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 Daily Edition No   147.
Nelson, British Columbia. Friday Morning, October 28, 1898.
Ninth Year
4THE STAHP OF  DURABILITY!
Is impressed upon every pair of Shoes we offer the
fmblic. In the first place we aim to buy only re-
iable footwear of reliable manufacturers, who aro
prepared to stand by their goods with their guarantee, which we in turn give with everv pair of
shoes we sell you. It is a safe way to do business
���safe for us, safe for you, and thc stamp of durability protects us both, we in our reputation as
reliable shoe dealers, you in the amount of wear
and durability secured llirough your investment
in Footwear at our store.   A call will convince you
Qn&   LILLIE BROS.   &��
. DDPDY CALLED TO
FORMA
Attempt to Ease the Ministerial Crisis in France.
HEW PREMIER'S RECORD
Ee  Haa  ABked  lime  to Consider, But
it is Believed He Will Aeeept the
Task if No Difficulties Arise.
Paris, Oct. 27.���President Faure at
9 o'clock this evening asked M. Dupuy
to form a cnbiuet iu succession to the
Brisson ministry, which resigned on
Tuesday.
M. Charles Dupuy was boru at Puy
on November 5, 1851, and has already
twice been premior ofj France. After having been a pupil of tho Super-
or Normal school, a teacher of philosophy, honorary vico reotor aud nu
officer of public instruction, M. pn-
puy a elected a depi.fj V 'V,Hn\ite-
Loire in 1885 and wns re-elected in
1889, 1898 aud 1898. Ho wns minister
of public iustruotiou in the Ribot
oabinet iu 1893, president of the council of ministers (premier) and minister
of the interior in April, 189!i, president of the chamber of deputies iu
December 189S and president of the
counoil aud minister of the interior in
May 1895, which office he resigned
on January 14, 189(1. M. Dupuy wns
regarded as a strong rival of M. Oasi-
mir Perier, in tho canvas for a successor to the late M. Carnot, as president of the French republic.
PERSONNEL   OF   THE OABINET.
Paris, Oot. 27.���It is thought that
the new cnbinet will be composed aa
follows: M. Dupuy, premier aud
minister of tbe interior; M. DeFrey-
niuet, minister of war; M. Constaus,
minister of justice; M.Delcasse,minister of foreign affairs; M. Ribot, minister of finance; M. Bourgeois, minister of publio instruction. M. Dupuy has asked for time until tomorrow to decide but he will doubtless
accept the task unless unforeseen
difficulties arise.
WAITING FOR CHANGES.
Vienna, Oct. 27.���Tho Duke of Orleans has started for Brussels.
work
been erected ou all ot them and
will be pushed nil winter.
The Bosnm is of especial prominence Three months ago it was a
questionable prospect; today it is a
shipping mine. Iu all 260 tous have
been shipped from the property and
shipments of 20 tons are made at the
rate of about six per mouth. This
will be increased greatly in the near
future, wheu the force of workmen
will be increased to 40. lt is now 25.
During oue shift this week tho men
took from the mine, sorted nnd suoked
hnlf a carload of clean galeua. The
road to the property is now iu use.
and the hauling of ore is mado easy
and cheap, the owners being ablo to
lay it down ut the lakesido for about
75 cents a ton.- *
Four Mile properties, that is the
shippinig and working mines, have
increased forces at work. The Com-
stock is already rawhiding ore to the
wagon road. The other properties,
Wakefield, Emily Edith, Vancouver, etc., nre preparing to ship large
quantities of ore ns soon as tho snow
comes.
The Comstock concentrator is fast
going up. It will be iu operation
early in January.
CANADIAN BRIEFS.
News Qatliored Fiom All Farts ofthe Dominion and Qiven in Condensed
Form an F.pitome of Events
OREGON  INDIANS   UNRULY.
Baker Oity. Ore., Oct. 27.���Word
was received here today by telephone
from Cnuyon City of a shooting
affray in which Indians shot and seriously wounded Dnvo Cuttings, and
shot the horses from under F. Duncan
nnd F. Moshor. The redskins then
went to the homo of John High and
shot him, but not fatally. The scene
of the trouble is ou tho south fork nf
John Day river about 30 miles southeast of Canyon City. A well-armed
posse from Canyon City has tnken up
the trail and hard fighting is expected
as the Indians are well armed.
A NEW COMET.
Geneva, N. Y., Oot. 27.-Mr. William R. Brooks, director of the Smith
observatory has discovered a new
comet. Its position is right ascension
14 hours illl minutes, declination
north RO degrees 26 minutes; motion
southeasterly. The comet is large,
round and bright. This is tho
twenty-flrst comet discovered by Mr.
Brooks.
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THE SILVER MARKET.
New York, Oct. 27.���Bar silver, 60%
Mexican dollars, -IV1-.*,'.
2 Copper, firm; brokers' price, $12.25;
exchange, $12.50.
Lead, steady ; brokers' price, $8.50;
exchange, $3.65 to $8.��7,<.,.
Tin, firmer; Straits, $17.85 to $18;
plates, steady.
MINES   AROUND NEW  DENVER.
Silver  Mountain   Claims  Developing
Favorably.
New Denver, Oot. 26.���Mining properties under development hereabouts
are showing np remarkably well.
Silver mountain properties are especially interesting. All of them are
being worked by small forces, mostly
by the several owners.   Cabins have
Mr. Muloek has arranged for a
thorough reorganisation of the Yukon
mail service and arrangements are almost perfected with n competent contractor r.ir a fortnightly ser-i .. >.n;ich
with the present fortnightly service
will give a weekly mail to and from
Dawson.
The Canadian fruit exhibit at the
Omaha exhibition created a splendid
impression.
Considerable feeling has been nronsed
at Ottawa over the attack of Quebec
lawyers on Chief Justice Strong. It
is stated that there is absolutely no
foundation in truth for the nttuok.
The business on the Sault canal
shows u decrease during the past season.
Between 20 and 25 trninloads of cattle have left Southern Alberta for tho
old country this fall.
The Masons of Dawson City, N.
W. T.. have petitioned the grand master of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba,
Sheriff Murphy of Moosomiu, for a
dispensation for the organization of
a Masonic lodge in Dnwson, to be
known as Klondyke lodge. Tho grand
muster has recommended that tho dispensation be granted.
Tho loss from the lnte fire in New
Westminster iN aggregated at $1,250,-
000.
Tbe new district of Atlin lako is attracting much attention. Being in
British Columbia the laws aro good
and the district is eusily reached.
Considerable gold has already been
taken out.
The new railway across the pass
from Skagway ia being rapidly pushed
ahead. It is expected a branch will
be built to Atlin hike und another to
the head of navigation on the Yukon.
The Winnipeg Liberal association nt
their regular meeting decided to send
a telegram to Hon. Jos. Martin, congratulating him on attaining the office
of attorney general of British Columbia.
A bust of Sir William Molesworth,
colonial secretary in 1855, has beeu
presented to tho parliamentary library
at Ottawa by his sistor.
Au active movement has been inaugurated at Dawdon for tho incorporation of the town, with good prospects
of success.
The Canadian Nationnl Council of
Women havo asked Hon. Mr. Fisher
to be permitted to arrange for a woman's exhibit at the Paris exposition.
Lord Aberdeen Iiob accepted an invitation to a farewell banquet at Toronto on November 4.
Complete returns in overy constituency in Ontario in the recent plebiscite show 154,698 for and 116,278
against, a majority of 389,280 for.
Muskako was the last constituency
heard from, showing a majority of
1,138 for.
Negotiations are nnder way by
which a number of Meunonites from
the United States will acquire some
3000 acres of land a few miles east
of Dominion Oity. One farmer in
thnt locality was offered $10,000 cash
for a half section with buildings, bnt
tho offer waB refused.
Captain Bloomfield Douglas, R. N.,
inspector of the life boat service, has
just returned to Ottawa from his an *
nual tour, having inspected every
place except Cape Tonnenstine. He
says the service is in excellent condition, aud points out that Canada gives
a free lighthouse service, aud maintains the life boat service, instead of
as in England, charging lighthouse
dues, and leaving the life boat service
to voluntary contribution.
The Lord of Khartoum At
London.
TRIBUTE TO A SOLDIER
The Metropolis ofthe World Turns Ont
To do Honor ti the Distinguished
Hero of Omdurman,
Dover, Eug., Oct. 27.���Lord Kitchener, of Khartoum, arrived at Dover
this afternoon, from Paris, and was
frantically cheered by the enthusiastic
crowds of people assembled to welcome him home. He was mot at the
landing place by Major General Sir
William Francis Butler, the military
commander of this district, and by
the mayor, corporation and local functionaries. The general was presented
with an address of congratulation.
AN OVATION AT LONDON.
London, Oct. 27.���Goneral Kitchener arrived here this afternoon and
was greeted by the commander in
ohlef of the British forces. General
Lord Wolseley, and other high military
officers. Thc grenadiers formed a
guard of honor at Ihe railway station
and General Kitchener received an
ovation from the enormous throngs of
people assembled to welcomo him back
from Egypt. The scene of enthusiasm was almost unprecedented.
The crows nt the Victoria station of
the London, Chatham and Dover
railroad were so dense that the police
wore unable to cope with them. The
barriers and the polico cordon were
carriod away together and the multitude surged into the reserved portion
of the station. As the Sirdar issued
from the Royal waiting room exchauge
to step into his carriage, he found
himself confronted witli an impenetrable mass, cheering, gesticulating,
and shouting "Brnvo Herbert, God
bless you my boy,''
Choers for the "Avenger of Gordon"
and kindred ories. His face beamed
with pleasure at the popular greet
ing. When he attempted to make his
way through the crowd his bat was
smashed in and the police had to save
him forcibly from the attention of the
enthusiastic guardsmen who desired
to carry him on their shoulders
through the throng. All attempts to
clear a passage were futile. The
Sirdar was foroed to retire and was
finally smuggled out of the station
through a distant corner of the building- 	
PLAYING WITH THE TIGER.
A Couplo of Mining Men  Have Some
Fun in Spokane.
Spokane, Oct. 27. ���Oue of the largest furo games that has heen played in
Spokane for somo time pnst took placo
at Harry Green's club roems ou Saturday. John J. Malone, the well known
Tacoma politician, and John Harris,
one of the stockholders of the famous
Reco mino ut Slocan, wero the high
rollers who went up aguinst tho
gamo.
Tho two players started iu at 4
o'olock yesterday morning and quit
aboul II o'clock last eveniug. At one
stage of the game this morning the
bank was nearly $10,000 winner, thon
luck changed and Harris and Malone
had won out nearly all the ohockB in
the rack, representing about $9,000, besides thoir own money. Green fearing
his hank was going under, wired his
gamo at the Owl at Seattle for $6000.
Before it wns needed, however, luck
changed t the bank and when they
quit at U o'clock tonight Harris wus
winner $840(1 and Malono $160. Green
during the game raised the limit to
$500 The gnmo attracted a crowd
all day.
PERU MUST PAY
AGAIN IS CODBT
A Great Crowd Throng the
Building.
REASONS FOR REVISION
The Confession of Ooi Henri That He WaB
a Forger and Doubts as to the Authorship of the Bordereau.
Chief Justice Strong, of Onnada, Gives
Judgment in tlie McCord CnBC.
Washington, Oct. 27.���Tho award
of the chief justice of Canada, to
whose arbitration wus submitted tno
claim of Victor MoCord against tho
goverment of Poru, for dnmageB sustained by reason of imprisonment during oue of the revolutionary outbroaks,
there, has beeu received at the state
department. JMcCord is awarded
$40,000. The payment of this amount
will closo a diplomatic controversy
which has been in progress between
the United Btates and Peru for some
years, the United Statos having persistently, but fruitlessly, heretofore,
urged reparation for McCord.
WRECK ON LAKE ONTARIO.
Oswego, N. Y., Oct. 27.-Tho
schooner St. Peter, of Toledo, Capt.
John Griffin, bound from Oswego to
Toledo with 700 tous of coal, foundered off Sodus Point at 11 o'clock this
morning. Oue man was saved. He
was fouud lashed to some oars, and is
delirious and keeps talking of his
wife. It is feared that the others on
board perished.
Paris, Oct. 27.���The court of cassation which is to decide upon the question of re-opening the case of Alfred
Dreyfus, the prisoner of Devil's Island, who is alleged to have been il
legally convicted of selling impor
taut military plnus to agents of n for-
oigu power, opened nt noon today.
The hall wai very full of people but
there was no demonstration around
tho Palace of Justice. The gates,
however, were closed an a matter of
precaution aud ouly ticket holders
were admitted. The few spectators
about the palace were kept moving
by tho police und inside the building
municipal guards were stationed in all
the corridors leading to the court
room. Maitre Labordo, who was counsel for M. Zoln, during the latter's famous trial, was seated among the lawyers occupying the flrst row. Madame Dreyfus, wife of the prisoner,
was provided with u seat iu a corner
She was represented by Maitre
Moruard. The Dreyfus appeal case
was called immediately after the opening of the court. Advocate liard
opened the proceedings by referring to
the excitement and scandals caused by
the case, even before the appeal for a
revision of the triuljwas lodged. He
then reviewed tho history of the case,
f mm Jthe arrest af Dreyfus, cud said
his condemnation was for one of the
crimes wliich inspires universal horror, and it struck ono of those in
whom the country had tho most confidence.
Continuing M. Bard, spoko of tho
efforts mnde to obtain a revision of the
case, referred to the denunciation of
Major Esterhazy and reviowed Madame Dreyfus appeal for a revision
of the case. In doing so M. Bard
said Ihis appeal wus based on the assumption that the Bordeerau was written by Major Esterhazy. He then
pointed ont thut there were suspicious
facts which justify the request for the
revision. Madame Dreyfus contended
that hor husband did not write tho
Bordereau, which all the experts reported he did. Tho court, therefore,
would have to examine these facts and
decide whether a revision was justified.
M. Bard addod that the appeal for a
revision was decided upon in conse-
qutneo of the lato Lieutouant Colonel Henri's confession, that ho hnd
forged a document in tho case, but
M. Bnrd said this forgery was com
mitted in 1896 and could not be alone
regarded as ground for a revision for
on ejectment, ot tho judgement rendered in 1894. Nevertheless, M. Bnrd
then said Lieutenant Colonel Houri
hud committed forgery, his evidence
was tlie most crushing against Dreyfus and, ho continued, the evidence of
a forger is open to suspicion. There
wua, therefore, tho presumption of innocence, based upon this fresh fuct
which led to the appeal for u roviBion
of the caso, and this wus also ground
to uak whether another new fuct hns
not been brought to light and if Dreyfus was really tho author of the Bordereau and note written to Major
Ksterhuzy, and found in the apartment of Mile. Pays, in which the
writer naked what he should do ro-
apceting the Bordereau. M. Burd
next read Colonel Du Puty Clam's ro
port of the arreat of Dreyfus, then a
captain of Hie French artillery doing
staff duty, in which the colonel auid
that Dreyfus, while writing to biB
dictation "betrayed inteiiae excitement. "
"But" M. Bnrd added, amid the
surprise of his henrerB, "photograph
taken of this writing docs not give
the slightest indication that Dreyfus
was laboring uuder excitement, and
Dreyfus," M. Burd, said, "denied to
Ooi. Du Clam, that he ever had relations directly or indirectly with foreign powers. Col. Dn Clam's report
further showed that Dreyfus had to
write incriminating documents in
different ways, sitting nud standing,
with aud without gloves and-with ordinary and broad pointed pons. Later,
M. Bard cited further facts fnvorablo
to the revision   and   expressed   aslon
that if the Bordereau   was the princi
pal   factor   in   the   condemnation   of
Dreyfus  on the testimony of   experts,
his condemnation ought to be revoked.
During the session of the court of
anti-revisionist mob, numbering about
100 people aud headed by M. M. Dru-
mont, Millevoye and Lasios, shouting
'Vive l'armeo" nud "A mort les
juifs," (Denth to tho Jews) attempted
to enter the court of cassation, but
the pnssage of the mob wns barred by
the police and large reinforcements
were sent to guard tlie approaches to
the court.
Great stress was laid by M. Bard on
Colonel Picquart's lettor of July 14,
1898, to the minister of justice, in
which he gave seven principal arguments against, the probability of the
guilt of Dreyfus.Including the impossibility of Dreyfus procuring the plans
of fortresses aud projects for tho
movements of the troops undetected,
whereas, Major Esterhazy had free access thereto. This letter also cites interviews which Col. Picquart had
with Generals Billot and Gonze aud
says: "With the proofs in my bands
I have established the innocence of
Dreyfus.''
To this, General Gonze replied,
according to his letter to the minister
of justice, "What is it to yon if Dreyfus is on Devil's Island?"
Colouol Picquart���" But. he is innocent."
General Gonze���"Youknow Mercier,
(former minister of war) and Saucier,
(former militnry governor of Paris)
are mixed up in this affair. Do you
wish to compromise them?"
Tho letter then continued thnt on
leaving General Gouzo, Colonel Picquart declared ho was convinced of
the innocence of Dreyfus and lie
proposed to fight the matter out and
repeat what he knew. These stato-
mets upon the part of tho advocate
caused a sensation in court.
After further reference to Colonel
Picquart's charges, that tho minister
of war and the general stuff hud tampered with the documents and bad
manufactured evidence iu the Dreyfus
case and a presentation of the contradictory statements of Colonel Picquart
and tho minister of wnr relative to
secret documents snid to have been
communicated to the oonrtmartial, the
hearing of the case was adjourned till
tomorrow. The belief is general tonight that the court of cassation will
pronounce neither for revision, nor
for annulment of the decision in tbe
Droyfus ense, as either course would
entail awkward consequences. To
avoid this it is expected the court
will decide, as the affair now presonts
itself, that there has beon no treason
nud that theroforo the condemnation
pronounced upon- Cnptnin Dreyfus by
tho court martial cannot be upheld.
SECRET    OF BRISSON'S DEFEAT
Loudon, Oct. 28.���Tho Paris corre
spon,lint of the Daily News says :
"The Brisson cabinet was overturned ostouaibly because it failed to
protect tlio army from slander. The
facts are that the ministers constantly
but vainly urged Iho slandered stuff
officers to take proceedings against
tlieir Blunderers. General Moriar.
General M. Zurlinden, und General
Chanoine nil declined to assist the
government to vindicate the army's
honor, on the plea that it was useless
to proceed against "Filthy newspaper
rags.''
General Chanoine's resignation was
timed to prevent the civil powers
getting hold of tho Dreyfus dossier.
It was calculated that if ho went out,
slamming tho door, tho government
would he beaten by a parliament
afraid of having the army and people
against it. The coup was fixed for today (Thursday) but M. Derouledes
sting provoked Chanoine to precipitate the mutter. Howover, the direct
object has been accomplished. M.
Brisson was UHttble during the suspension of tin; sitting of the chamber on
Tuesdny to obtain M. Faure's signature for the nomination of n new
minister for wnr. Hnd he succeeded
tho secret, dossier would now be before
the court of enssntion but M, Lockroy,
ua un ud interim war minister, cannot take the initiative. The custodians of tlie dossier cull refuse to let
him see it.
T3G SUP WiT DOWN
��� IN SIGHT OF LAUD
FounderiDg of a Three Master on Lake Ontario.
ONLY ONE LIFE SAVED
The Captain Was Taken From the Water in
au Unconscious Condition and He
May Die.
Sodus, N.
catastrophe
Y. Oot. 27.���A terrible
occurred this noon about
fivo miles northwest ot $odus on Lake
Ontario, when tne three masted
schooner St. Peter, of Cape Vinoent,
sank with nil on board, save one, the
cnptnin, who was rfcsoued in an unconscious condition. The schooner
showed signals of distress early this
morning ns she drifted past CharlottoJ
Tbo tug Proctor, after little delay,
put out after hor, but after cruising
about for hours returned without getting a glimpse of tbe distressed vessel.
During the forenoon the poople of
Pultnoyville sighted the St. Peter and
immediately telegraphed to Bodus
Point that help had been offered. The
tug Cornelia, Oapt. Henry Bnys,
started for tho rescue but the great
seas nearly swamped the boat aud
tlie Cornelia was finally compelled to
return to the harbor. Word was sent
to Charlotte that tbe distressed vessel
had been sighted near Pnltneyville and
the tug Proctor started with the life
saving crew for the second time.
When within a mile of the St. Peter
the crew of tbo Proctor was surprised
to see the distressed ship sink. In
five minutes the tug was cruising
about tho sj��it where sho wont down.
The captain of the St. Poter was
picked c|i in nn unconscious condition. After spending half un hour
looking for the other members of the
ill luted vessel, tho tug startod for
Sodus Point, where modical aid was
secured for the captain At this writing he is slill unconscious, so it is
impossible to lenm tho number of
men who met death. It is known.
owever, that the wife of tho captain
met a watery grave. Eight or 10 per-
loast perished.    Tho captain
sons  at
will recover.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Clean Jollcy and Jacob Vosburg, of
this town were standing ou the shore
when the St. Peter wout dowu. They
saw two men standing at tho mast
when the waters swallowed thom.
The two gentlemen cloim that the vessel wus not more than half a mile
from shore. It is thought tho St.
Peter lost her rudder and that the
heavy sens < a used her to spiing u
lenk.
CZAR FAVORS  DREYFUS.
London, Oct. 2K. ��� According - lo
the National Review, Kinperor Nicholas of Russia, bus become uu advocate of Dreyfus revision.
HURT IN    A RUNAWAY.
ishmeut at tbe manner in which tbe
whole affair had been conducted. Ho
referred to the fuct that tho residence
of Col. Picquart had been searched,
whilo tho reBidenco of Major Esterhazy, who was directly acousod, was
uot searched. The advocate also
severely criticized Major Ravary's report on tho charges against Major
Esterhazy, and ho further suid that
the handwriting experts wero lunatics
whoso testimony was unreliable. After referring to the faot that the experts who examined the Bordereau
differed widely in opinion, M. Bard
concluded with expressing the belief
Northport, Oct. 27.���As the result of
a runaway accident, George Hlatten-
berger, who bus been delivering for
the Northport Trading company, now
lies iu a critical state at his home.
He wua   delivering   goods   out   at thc
Murphy addition, and when returning
aome dogs ran ont nt hia horses frightening them and causing them to breuk
uiul run. They were soon out of the
driver's control. At a point about
the center of Silver Crown avenue
the wagon wheels struck u stump,
throwing Blnttenberger out. In falling he struck the comer of the Alm-
stroni house, cutting a deep gush in
his head nnd breaking his right arm
and sustaining other   severe   injuries.
The horses ran only a short distance,
nnd then were caught. They came
out of the accident without a scratch,
but the rig was completely demolished.
Considering the nge of tho victim,
which ia ~3. grave doubts nro entertained for his recovery..
THEY FAVORED THE FRENCH.
Loudon, Oct. 27.���The absence of
anti-French feeliug among Englishmen was demonstrated ut tho Empire
theatre iu Birmingham Inst evening.
The orchestra plnyod "the Murseil-
laiso," whereupon a great majority of
the audience threw up their hats and
cheered loudly, completely drowning
the few hisses which the music
elicited from the minority.
HON. J. M. GIBSON ELECTED.
Tlie   Minister   of   Crown Lands   Defeated���Secures  Another Seat.
Mount Forest, Ont Oot. 27.���
Complete returns give Gibson, liberal,
it majority of 438 iu  east  Wellington.
WHOLESALE  DISMISSALS.
Washington, Oot. 27.���It is understood that a presidential odict removing a large number of government officers fnnn the civil sorvieo will probably be promulgated shortly before
Thanksgiving dny. Tho order is one
which has been in contemplation for
many months, having beon deferred
from time to timo owing to pressure
of war business, As at present determined upon, tho order will affect upwards of liOOO placos. It will include
deputy collectors of internal revenue.
There nro about 2000 of these deputies.
The largest class affected is the corps
of examining surgeons of the pension
bureau, of whom thero are in all, over
4100.        	
DEATH OF A NUN.
Spokane, Oct. 27.���Word was received in Spokane yesterday afternoon thnt
Sister Oolumban had died at the Vancouver house, Sisters of Charity. She
hud been suffering from an incurable
malady for months, and was sent to
Portland in hopo thut relief might bo
afforded. Siater ��� Oolumban for six
years wus mother superior at the Sacred Heart hospital. Spokane, and hor
works of charity both in aud out of
the hospital wero almost countless.
Sho wus a pioneer iu tho northwest,
coming to the territory of Washington
in 185(1 from tho Montreal house of
the Sisters of Charity. For a uumber
of years sho labored at Walla Walla,
and was also identified with the Portland institution. Tho fuueral will
occur at Vancouver, Wash., wheie the
mother house for the northwest in located. Sister Oolumbnu was born in
Burlington, Vt., about 60 years' ago
Sho was n sister of Jamos McWilliams,
onn of the owners of the Centennial
mill, who is now at Seattle.
DIREOTUS SOLD FOR $20,000.
San Francisco, Oct. 27.���Jay Greeu
of this city, representing the Green
estate, hns sold Directus to W. B.
Kpiers, of Glens Falls, N. Y., for $20,-
000 iu gold coin.
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TO GUIDK TTIK BLIND.
We take pleasure iu pointing out to
our esteemed contemporary the Eossland Miner, which is usually wroug
on most subjects, but occasionally
stumbles on a lucid truth, that the
Nelson Miner never said, suggested,
inferred or supposed that the state of
Washington could impose an export
duty on ore or any other duty, import or export. This journal is well
aware that mere Btates that no
jurisdiction in fiscal matters,
such power boiug vested iu the
administration at Washington,and the
paragraph that the Rossland Miner
quotes from theso columns does not
oonvey nny different meaning. The
saying that "it would not be surprising to find Washington stato going iu
for an export duty ou ore" may convey the idea to dense minds, foriver
afflicted with incurable obtuseuess
not to be eradicted, the impression
thnt the power of Washington state to
impose an export duty is implied, but
if the Bossland Miner will read the
matter over again slowly and carefully
so as to grasp tho meaning of tho
Beutonces. it will see if, it wants to
see, that no such deduction as it indulges in will apply. If wc should
say, as we have frequently said that
British Columbia should go in for
certain imposts does that imply thnt
British Columbia has the power to
impose tho tux? Scarcely. Yet the
polemical soul of the Rossland Miuer
rises an exactly similiar statement.
For capacity and ability in getting
at tho meat of a matter, not the meat
of the Burns monopoly, the Rossland
Miner has wou high distinction and
it is not for us to say a word that
would in any way mar that brilliant
reputation.	
THE  PROVINCE  IS LIABLE.
The posiiton of the reigstrar in regard te settlement of accounts for
meals supplied to jurors during the
sitting of the assize court recently,
does uot seem to be woll taken. It
appears so fur as the Miner can learn,
that the judge instructed Iho sheriff
to have the meals prepared for tho
jurors at a certain time and that
the sheriff, as is liis duty, took tho
men to nn adjacent, hotel where the
meals were served. The jury was an
empanelled one and wns part of the
court whether at the hotel during ro-
cess or locked up in the court room.
Had tbe meals been served to them in
the court room the caso would be the
same. These meals ure supposed to be
paid for and the question arises by
whom? Certainly not by the sheriff
who acted under instruction from
tho court. Therefore, the proviuco is
liable and the province will havo to
pay. The judge who presided ut the
sittings of the court will so decide
Bhould tbe matter be submitted to
him. It iB n very trivial affair and it
should have been disposed of at once
without being made a matter for public discussion.
found himself in such a position that
VJry grave consequences hung upon his
decision, his political opponents would
either Btand aloof or indulge in criticism for the purpose of hampering
him and weakening his action. If we
neoded an'instance of these undermining methods of politicians, we bavo
but to look at tho covert opposition
that beset President McKinley in
carrying out tho war witb Spain after
the declaration bad been mnde. Many
efforts were put forth to embarrass
him and now political sentiment
is being agitated against him on the
ground that ho has burdened tbe country with debt. The manly conduct
of Englishmen as shown in tbeir general flupport of the Salisbury policy in
Egypt is a lesson to tho politicians of
the world. There aro times when, in
the public interest, it is ucccssary that
political partios should cohese and
this was such a time. It speaks highly |
for the character of her public men
that Britain should find unanimity of
opinion aud nn unbroken frout just
when sho   needed them.
PERSONAL   MENTION-
c.
Hill,
P. Hill,
Idaho,
Port
on
COMMUNICATIONS.
To the Editor of The Miner:
Sir:���I notice a paragraph in today's
Miner iu whioh Mr. Simpkins states
that all nccounts which were preseuted
to him in tho proper way had been
paid and that if I had engaged extra
help during the sittings of tbe court
it was my own lookout to seo that
they were paid.
This statement is misleading, during the seven years that I have managed this court, witnesses, jury and
fee business thero bus never been ac-
complaiiit. Tho moment witnesses,
jury, or a special constable was dismissed I paid their fees out of the
money supplied mo by the government
agent for the purpose, but since the
paying of witnesses, jurors, etc., has
beeu handled by Mr. Bimpkins there
has been no end of kicking. Witnesses have been held over, some coming from n distance and when settled
with had to run after him and wait
over for their pay, and accounts like
these referred to which were incurred
by order of the court, and which have
always been paid before,Mr. Simpkine
refused to pay. And if as yonr article
states the government should pay
them Mr. Simpkins is the man who
should have paid them.
The government would certainly not
object. I have received nothing so
far for my services and I am afraid
that it is the registrar's personal ill
feeling toward mf that has prompted
him to do au injustice to men who
should have been paid promptly, to embarrass me in the matter and place the
government in an unenviable position
before the publie.
Yours truly,
W.  P.  ROBINSON,
Deputy Sheriff.
Nelson, B. O., Oct. 27th, J BOR.
NELSON HOCKEY CLUB.
A Meeting   Held   Last Night   to  Reorganize the Club.
A well attended meeting of hockey
players was held last night at the
Hume hotel with the object of reorganized the Nelson Hockey club, und of
electing the necessary officers. A.
Jeffs officiated as chairman, and 0,
E. Beasley as secretary ofthe meeting.
The following were then chosen officers of the club : Hou. president, W.
H. Grant; president, Jacob Dover;
vice-president, W. C. McLeau; sec. -
treas., C. E. Beasley; niaiiuger, H.
Irviiio; and W. Duncan, captain. A
committee of five was then elected
consisting of W. Lillio, F. Irvine, J.
Kirkpatrick, R. S. Lennie nud II.
E. Good.
The membership fee of the club was
fixed at fl, and the committee was
instructed to confer with the owner of
tho Nelson skating rink, nnd report to
a general meeting of the club, which
will bo held at the Hume hotel ou the
evening of November the 10th. All
hockey players are requested to attend
this meeting.
customs   officer nt
at the Hume.
C. J. Kettylo   left for   Brooklyn
yesterday evening's   train.
Dr. Bell-Irving nnd Mr. Leslie Hill
of Vancouver, are at the Fhnir,
C. J. D. Potter, ore buyer for the
Pueblo smeller is registered at the j
Phair.
W. M.   Doall and   L. A.   Campbell j
went down to  Bonnington  Falls   last
night.
R. K. Neill, mnuagor of the Second |
Relief mino near Erie, is staying at]
the Hume.
His honor Judge Forin has Leen
holding sittings of the county court at
Revelstoke for the past week.      .
Mr. Alex Lucas, provincial conservative organizer returned to Kaslo on
the steamer International yesterday
evening.
editor
| ^ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD...
sr: Real Estate and insurance -Agent.
| FOR RENT
SZ Four Roomed House on Observatory St.    S15 per month.
����; Eight roomed furnished house, Observatory St.
I The Bikbeck Investment,  Security
% and Savings Co.
3
1
=3
:****
advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayable i
8 years by monthly instalments.
and
I ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD, AG'T. ^
Lowery
Na*
and   Ituiincier
���lew   Denver  Ledge   passed
yesterday eu routo  for
R. T.
of     the
through  town
Rossland.
Among those registered at the Phair
are J. L. Phillips, uud V. E. Michaels, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Cross, Silverton ; 0. Fletcher, Nakusp;
F. T. Abbott, O. R. & N. Co. ; Stanley Hendersuii, Vancouver.
Among thoso registered nt the
Queen's are W. H. Glaze and T. Kane,
Erie; A. W. Crittenden, Ymir; C.
Miller, Kuskonook; M. W. Colemun,
Moyie R. ; O. G. Griffin, Brockville,
Oiit;C. XV. Davey, Portland; W. Tierney and I. A McDougall, Kuskonook.
Among those registered at (he Hume
are S. Vila, Hamilton; W. II. Brandon, Silverton ; A. W, Hare. St. Kitts ;
Mrs. L. Lcaney and Miss Cnrter.
Portland ; W. J. Burch, Spokane; H.
��. Madill, Winuipog; J. C. Johnston,
Montreal; T. J. Rondloy, Kuslo; V.
M. Smith. McCormick, aud T. Mag-
hiding, Toronto.
THE FOOTBALL MATCH.
Names of the   Players   in   the   Game
Against Rossland Tomorrow.
The personnel of tho team which
will represent Nelson in the Rugby
football match against Rossland tomorrow bus been decided upon, and is
s follows : Full back, Macrae; three-
unrters backs, Williams, Tod, Wilson
and Jeffs; half bucks, Haines and
Blest; forwards, Partridge, Sproat,
Sargennt, Stillwell, Hodge, Hepburn,
Lee and Cousins; reserve man, G. S.
Smyth,
The team will travel by the Nelson
& Fort Sheppard railway, ui)d not by
the C. P. R as originally intended,
The players leave on Saturday nioru-
ing. returning Sunday, and any who
wish to visit Rossland and see the
match can take advantage, of the reduced fare, |4.20. Tbe game promises
to bo a well contested aud exciting
one.
GRAND   MASTER     HENDERSON.
Grand Master Henderson of tho I.
O. O. F. visited the local lodge of Odd
Fellows, on Wednesday evening and
expressed himself as highly pleased
with the progress of lhe order in Nelson and other towns of lhe Kootenay.
Yesterday forenoon, Mr. Henderson
wns shown through the Hall Mines
smelter by momheri of the order and
in th6 afternoon visited the Athabasca
mine in company with Mr. James
Neelands. To a Miner leporter Mr.
Henderson stated that his visit to
the Kootenay was a revelntion to him
of the immense resources of the courtly. Prior to this visit he hud no
idea of the immense possibilities of
the interior of British Columbia uud
ho was agreeably surprised to find at
Nelson, instead of a mining camp,
an up-to-date city, with every evidence of prosperity and progress. He
also spoke iu flattering terms of the
hospitality of not only the members of
the order but if the citizens in general.
Don't Let the Moss Grow on Your Feet
KEEP flOVlNG
Keep Abreast ofthe Times, That's Our Motto-
.����>o������>o��>o.Vo<.-��.<^..o<.��.
Next. ��eek you will find us in our new quarters, just one door east of the
old premises, where we will be lu a better position than ever to cater to and
supply the wants of our many customers, both ill the line of close prices and
prompt attention.
WE FEEL
We have been neglecting some of our customers during the past week, having bud two carloads of goods tying nt the station awaiting the completion of
our new premises ' 1 (on* unloading, thereby causing a little delay oh the part,
nf filling orders. 11 '�� ever, y c ure pleased to sny tbat the goods are all in our
warehouse now ami in xl week we will have tbem nn onr shelves, disposable*]
at the same low prices as liave always prevailed here and brought our name so
prominently before the careful buyer.
Official Directory.
DOMINION DTTtKOTORY.
Govcrnor-GeutTal - Earl of Abordeen
Premier - ��� Pir Wilfrid Laurier
Monitor HrtiiHD of Common.-. Dominion Parliament, Wost Ivouiflimy Hewitt Bostotk
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY,
Lieut-Governor ��� Hon T R Mclnnen
Premie' - Hon Chan Semlin
Attorney-General       -       Hon Joseph MarLin
Minister of Kinai.ee ��� Hon t O Cotton
MiniKterMii-uHiuui KilueaLion   Hon J F Hume
Pres Bxeniitivo Council       Hon Dr McKeehnie
Member LegtdhttYo Assembly tor Nelson Hiding - Hon .1 V Hume
office nouits.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. Lo 10 p.m.; General
a.m. 10 8 p.m.; HefflBtraLlon^ 8.30
To the Private Families
We would say that our stock will be the finest nnd most complete in B. O. in the line of Fancy Groceries, Biscuits, Bottled
and Canned Goods
To Close Buying Mining Camps
We would say tb.it our stock is larger than ever in our line.
See nur waieioonis A glance over thiS department will convince you lhat ��e are your money saver. Our prices nrO so
that we defy competition where full weight and honest measure
is considered.   Call aud get acquainted with us anyhow*.
Ni. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
PETER GENELLE ft   CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at 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.
Deliver'
a.m. to 7 p.m..
9n.m. to i n.m 	
J. A. QlMCKIt, PostmaRler.
NELSON OFFICIAL DIREOTORY.
Mayor - - Jolm Hounton
Aldermen-Chan Hillyer, W F Teulzel, J A
Gilker, J J MftloiiO, K P Whalloy, Thou Madden.
City Clork
Polico Magistrate
Chief of Police
Chief of Firo Department
Auditor
Water Commit
Health Officer
city Engineer
City round! meetH uvcr;
city
; Money OrderH and Savings Bank
���Sunday l hmirtin to 11 a.m).
J K Strachan
10 A Crease
A F McKinnon
W J Thorn prod
John Hamilton
T M Ward
Dr. Lallan
A. L. M'Cullooh
Mondav, 8 p.m., nt
doner
mil, cor VicloHn and Josephine st
80HOOL THUB'i'KKB.
Dr. E C Arthur. Dr. O A 11 Hall, Geo John
hI one.   Principal���J It Groon.
SOUTH KOOTKNAY BOARD  OF TRADE,
President - .J Roderick Robertson,
Vice- President
Seey-Treas.
KOOTENAY LAKE GEN
President
Vice-Pros.
Secretary
Treas.
Medical S.ipt-
PROVINC
Warden
Flint Jallnr
Serond Jailor
Third Jailer
Senior Guard
James Lawrence.
John A Turner,
CRAL HOSPITAL
John A.Turner
W. A. Jowott.
D. McArthur
J A Forin
Dr. G. A B Hall
JAIL DIRECTORY.
Capt. N. KftjntubbH
R. Liddell
Goo. Partridge
John McLaren
R Iocq
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
G >vernmont Inspector of Agencies W J Ocepee
G >ld Commissioner - O, G. Dennie
Mining Recorder-Tax Col       -       It F Tolmln
Collector of Customs       - Geo. Johnstone
Provincial Assessor John Ketn
County Court Judge ��� J A Forin
Rogistrar - E T H Simpkins
Inspector of Schools ��� William Burns
Clone
8.00 p.m.
8.30 a.m
l.u" p.m
6.00 p.m
NELSON POST OFFICE
United State*, Ontario, Quo
too and Kantorn Provinces
Point- on N. & F. S. line.
Viotoria nnd ROHglAnd,
Vew Denver, Sandon and!
oenn Lake Points.
Knslo and Kootenay Lake]
f'ointe '
Rofttdand, Trail, Nnkttap,
Robaon. points on main line
1'. P. ft,, Vancouver and
W innipeg
Due
5.15p,m,
2.90 p.m.
7.1.1 a.m.
T.OOa.m.
OFFICE AND YARD C.
P.  R. STATION     .    .    .
A.  E*  YOUNQ, agent.
NOW IS THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT MADE GLORIOUS SUMMER
THE BITTNER  COMPANY.
A LESSON TO POLITICIANS.
would
In marked coinnim   to -what
be tlio cubo in tliis oountry tinder similar circumstances,   is  the conduct  of
the Btatosmau  and  prominent   politicians in Great Britain regarding Lord
Salisbury's position regarding the dispute with France.    Tho   British  premier  decided   upon  a certain  oourse
in regard to the Fashoda affair  and iu
order to   justify  his   action   he  nave
to the public   tho correspondence  lhat
had passed   between  tho two  govern-
ments  on    the    subject.    Tins   met
with the approval  of   the  nation and
such   men   as  Rosebery and Harcourt
did not  withhold   thoir  approbation,
hut   in   highly   patriotic speeches arrayed themselTJS   on Lord Salisbury's
side, putting away  from  thein all political differences and counselling tbeir
followers to do   the   same.    Thus  we
find a united peoplo  strengthening tho
hands of their prime minister.
This is not the rulo in this country.
When a government finds itself in a
difficult position, the opposition is
seldom found encouraging it with
hopeful speeches, but, on tho contrary,
nmally conducts itself so as to intensify its trouble. If Sir Wilfrid Laurier
The popular Bittuer company will
open an ougngemeut in the Nelson
skating rink ou Monday evening, Oct.
111. Tho management of the rink is
making all arrangements possible to
h?at tho building so that all attending
theso popular attractions will bo comfortable. Tho Bittuer company open
in the beautiful society drama. "The
Galley Slavo." The performance is
continuous, time between acts being
fully occupied by high class specialties and moving pictures shown by
the Waragraph. This company come
highly recommended, as they played
sovon weeks in Spokane during last
summer and oro booked for ten weeks
at tho Auditorium, Spokane,next Bummer, Tho company is composed of
III peoplo several of whom have starred
with eastern companies. Reserved
seats can bo secured at Teetzel's Drug
Store.    Prices 50c, 75c. and fl,       *
THE   CATHOLIC  BAZAAR.
A special feature ofthe Roman Catholic Bazaar last night was a dance
which began nt 10 p. in. Quite a
large number of young people of both
sexes turned np and had a most enjoyable time. Earlier in tho evening a
number of raffles took place, a very
handsome silver cako basket being
won by a visitor from Kaslo. The
briar and amber pipe was uot -raffled
for last night as intended, owing to a
mistake in the issuing of the tickets.
The pipe and several other articles
will be raffled   this  evening.
OY USING
Stewart's Heaters
r
AL AND WOOD
A carload of Coal Heaters direct from
the Factory  arrived  on Friday.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
CHUKCH of England���Matin 11 a.m.i Even
Sonne. 7 Hi p.m. every Suiulny. Holy Communion en >8l and 3rd ^unriayR in the month after
MnltltD! on 2nd and 1th Sundays, at 8 a.m.
Amid*; School at 2.90 p.m. Hev. H. S. Ako-
burnt. Rector.   Cor Ward (\nd Silica streets*
Phi bbntrrian Choroh���Services at u ft.ni.
���ti.il 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer u-cMing Thursday evening at 8 p.m.:
ChrlotlHii Kndeavor 8odctr moels ovory Man*;
da)   evening   nt 8  o'clock.    Rev. H. Frewi
IVtnr
Mktii'Ihst CnrnoH���Corner Silica and
jQwphino Streets. Services ftt XX am. and 7,30
p. m. ; Sabbalh School, 2.30 p.m.) Prayer moot.
uiK on Friday evening at 8 o'eloekj Epwerth
league U, K., Tuesday at S a.m.      Rev. John
liiiiisun. I'uslor.
Catholic CiuiRnn���Mus at Nelson, flirt
and third Sunday nt Sand 10.00 a.m.; Itcnedie-
HdnfttTHO to 8 p.m. Rev. Father Ferland.
t'ri.'Ht. ^.  .
BAPTIST Choiioh ��� Ser icon morning and
oven in gal II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meet.
in�� W'erinewluy evening at 8 p.m.; Meetings
ire held in thn school house. Strange1'** coral-
ally welcomed.   Hev, G. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation AiiMV-Serviees every evening
at 8 o'cloek in harraokn on VlctorU street.
Adiutant Milhier in charge.
A
LODGE MEETINGS.	
KLSON LODGK, No. 21 A. F. Sc A.
M. niecU socond Wednesday in eaoh
monlh.   Visiting brethren Inyltod.
O. L. Lennox, Secretary.
..-$^.>.     t,  O. O.   P.     Kootonny Lodge
-hSrI^ ''��- IB. nioets every Monday niffht,
^*^^~    al   tholi   Hall,  Kootonay st-^oot.
HojnurnlnK Odd Polio-*, cordially invited.
A. II. Clements, N. O.      Fred J Squires, Secy
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders nre invited for the pnrcliu.se
nf Lot 1, Block "I" with improvements, situute in tlio Town of Ymir,
Rented for |I2 por month. Tenders
lo be sent in on or heforo November
10, 1898 to JOHN   DEAN,
Administrator of the Estate of SilasF.
Collensworth, Ymir, B. C
A NEW STRIKE.
In walking town Baker street yesterday a Miner reporter was attracted
by tlie sight of a miner's location
sinck on top of tho big piece of rock in
front, of the Exchequer Cold Mining
company's offlco. Tlio discovery post
bore the inscription:
"Located April 1, 1898 by A. B,
Sherwood nnd T. M. Ward, No. 2
post is in frout of Ih I Hotel Phair bir
aud the lead extends the whole distance, and from there to the Dandy
mino on Toad mountain." Upou interviewing Mr. Sherwood the reporter
was informed that the assays are
high and he had no doubt but that it
wonld develop into a mine, under the
efficient management of Mr. A. H.
Kelly.      	
During their three days' opening any
ono visiting F. Irvino&Co., will receive a coupon entitling thom to cake,
sandwiches and coffee at the Catholic
Bazaar, free of charge.   *
A few offices still remain to let in
tho Victoria and Aberdeen blocks.
Apply to BEER BROa   *
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLKSALK AND RKTAIL DEALERS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
('.-.mps supplied on shortest notice and Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing hut fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock.
Markets at Nelson and Ymir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
. NKLSON LODGK No. Hi, K. of P.,
Kmeetti in Castle hall, McDonald block
Hevory second and fourth Tueaday eventing at 8 o'clock. All Tleitintf knights
r cordially invited,
It. G. Jot, cc.
Gko. Ross K. of R.andS.
NKLSON  LODGBj;   I. O. G. T.      Meets in
Caatle HaU, McDonald Hlock, every Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars cor
dlally Invitod, John Tklkorh,
Chief Templar.
J. P. Jaoobuon   Sec'y
NKLSON S   QUKKN   NO.  241
SONS    OK    KNGLAND,  meet
socond and fourth Wedneadar
each monlh at K. of P. Hall, Mao
Donald Block,   cor. Vernon   and
 ���       Jottcnhiiie atreets.   Visiting broth-
rn cordially invfti 1.        Kknkst Kino,
Chas. 11. FARROW, Worthy President
Hcere tary,
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
&/g> ������������������������--s^s
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
COUItT KOOTKNAY. I.O.F., NO. SIM meeU
lnl anil 3rd WYiln. ,i\nv in curt) month In the
K of V Hall, v vv Bwanelt, 0. p. 8. S It.; J R
Groon. Cli.: J. Turkta*. Hccy.
NELKONLOIIUK.NO. 10 A.O.U.W., mci't
Bvory Thursday in tho I.O.O.K. hall. G C
WllllnniH. M.W.: W 8 Smith, liec.-Sco.; J. ,1.
OrlKcull, Financier F. J Kqulro. ltoccivcr and
P. M. VV.
NKLSON L.O.L. No. 1002 moeU In tho Wo
Donald block ovory Thursday orsnlng at 8
o'clock.   VUltlnK members cordially Invited*
John Toyo W.i
. J. Bradley, R.I
V
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'y.
Nelson  &  Fort
FOR BUILDING UP
the strength of the little ones we
have all the materials. Our stock
of these goods, from Nursing bottles, Nipples, etc. to Prepared Food
for Infants is large, well assorted
and contains everything approved
I of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. You will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drug & Book Oo.
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in  and see   us,
NELSON.
C. W. WEST & CO.
will fill  no  orders  for Wood
Coal or Lime unless
CASH
accompanies   order.     All   ac-
1    counts of over thirty days standing will be put into the  hands
Do *u,      ��f a collector.
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail route without change
of cars between Nelson and Eossland and
Spokane and Bossland.
(DAILY)
Leave 6.20 n.m, NELSON Arrive 5-35 p-m
"   12:05 "  BOSSL'D   "  1120  "
"    8.30 a.m. SPOKANE   "   3.10 p-m
Train thst leaves Nelson nt 6:20 a.m.
makes elose connections at Spokane foi
all Psoifio Coast Points.
Passengers tor Kettle River and Boundary Creek, conneot at Mnroire with Stage
Daily.
O. G. DIXON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B. C. i.y
THE MINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER iB, 1898.
-MLTII LEAD  OEE
An Outline of Difficulties in
the   Way.
SUGGESTED   SOLUTIONS
Mr Sutherland Describes Canada's PreFent
Disabilities���Three  Solutions  of
....        the Diffioultieu
Mr. Hugh Sutherland, manager of
tbe Evening Star and Columbia mines
near Slocan City is in tho city, staying at the Phair. Ho reports that
his properties are looking well, three
Bhifts of men are working and the
new steam plant at the Evening Star
is giving every satisfaction. As an
owner of silver lead properties, Mr.
Sutherland is naturally very much interested in the question of the estab-
lijhment of local lead smelters, so
much so that he recently mado a trip
to Ottawa to lay the matter before tho
ministry, but ns a private individual
and not, as reported at tho timo, as
the accredited representative of British
Columbia miue owners.
Mr. Sutherland has made a careful
study of the question and gave a representative of Tho Miner a sketch of
his views ou the subject i'ud his reasons therefor.
The lead industry of Canada in almost exclusively confined to British
Columbia. The lead output of this
province for the year ending December 31, 1897, as given in the report of
the minister of mines, was 88,841.35
pounds. Report No. 040 of tho geological survey of Canada, covering the
same period, gives tho total product of
the Dominion as 119,018,219 pounds.
Owing to tho existing conditions,
the mine owners of this province are
foroed to seek iu the United .States a
market for tho lead in its raw state,
under the present tariff of that country the duty on lead contained in
"lead bearing ore of all kinds" is one
and a half cent per pound ; where as
the duty on lead bullion, or lead in
pigs and bars, and lead iu any form
not specially provided for iu tho act,
is two and buo-eighth cents per pound.
This discrimination, brought about
by the influence of the lend trust, was
originally iuteuded to keep out Mexican load British Columbia at that,
time exporting little or no lead.
But the result of course is to discour-
ago lead smelting in Canada. At
present prices the duty on lead bullion, or on lend in pigs and bars, is
prohibitive, whilo tho duty ou the ore
places Canada nt n great disadvantage in comparison with thc United
States.
Thnt duty, as stated, i.s onn and a
half conts per pound ; in reality it is
one and two third cents, as, according to the roport of the British Columbia minister of mines, tho United
States smelter "ouly pays the miner
for ninoty per cent (of tho loud. " The
miuer, however, is obliged to send his
ore to the United States smelter because of the discrimination against
lead bullion. The Canadian industry
is put at a further disadvantage by
section 80 of the United States tariff
act of 1897, which provides for a ro-
bate of 99 por cent of the duty of tho
exportation of the manufactured products of foreign lend.
��� The practical effect of these conditions in to render lead mining in Canada unproductive ; in fact, the industry would be'eutirely abandoned if it
wore not for its association with silver. Thus considering the high grade
of British Columbia silvor-lead ores
and their enormous deposits, it becomes of the utmost importance for
some plan to be devised by means of
which the industry cnn be placed on n
paying basis.
An effort is being made to induce
the Canadian govermnont to raise the
duties ou lead and its manufactures
to a level with thoso imposod by the
United States, which are from two to
three times greater than tho Canadian
duties. Tne contention is that if this
wore done the homo inarkot at least
would bo secured for the Canndian
product. At present that market is
supplied almost entirely from importations. The home consumption of
lend is about 25,000 tons per annum,
while the total output of thoDoniiuion
is less than 20,000 tens. Thts the.'e.is
now a home market for 5000 Ions more
than the country picifinees, while the
production of the couutry is likely to
increase far morp rapidly than ils
powers of consumption.
it is doutbful, moreover if any duties short of being absolutely prohibitive would enable British Columbia
load to reach the markets of the eastern provinces, and duties that were prohibitive would partake of the character of retaliation It is not the pres-
out policy of either the United States
or the Canadian government to prolong thoir commercial differences. It
would not appenr to be expedient.
therefore, at this time to retaliate
by imposing higher duties on lead
and its products.
A more neighborly remedy would
bo lo prevail oh the Americau commissioners at tho Conference to accept au
offer of reciprocity iu lead. If lead
and its manufactures were admitted
free iuto both countries, the eastern
provinces might still depend ou the
United States for a portion of their
supplies, but tho removal of tho present discrimination and other disabilities would place tho industry in
British Columbia on a sound and
profitable basis.
Failing a reciprocal arrangenieut,
or the consent of the American com-
misioners to the abolition of the
present duties on lead iu ore and lead
bullion, a third plan might bear dis-
cusiou.
Iu Ontario and in Lower Canada, the
government advances money ou creamery products, handles uud sells it,
aud, after the salos are consummated
the balance of the price is paid to the
farmer less the necessary expenses. A
similar action might be takeu by the
government in dealing with the load
industry. No single individual or
firm could afford to store tho* lead,
and wait for a favorable market. Tho
government could, and, by operating
on a large scale, expenses would be
reduced to a minimum. Government
help might also be given to factories
who would manufacture the raw produce, and thus, not only v/ould the
smelting industry bo fos.ered and
Canada's market for lead articles
supplied from here, but Canada should
beforo very long bo iu a position to
compete in tho lend markets of the
world wiih the powerful lead trust
of the United States, a combine, it
must be remembered, which now controls tho lead markets of China and
Japan as well ns those of this continent. 	
OITY AND VICINITY
Condensed News ofthe Happenings of the
Week In and Around Our Busy
Oity and Kootenay.
A tenchor has beon engaged and a
schoolwill bc opened at Cranbrook after
Nov.   1.
Thero wero no cases before Police
Magistrate Crease's court yesterday afternoon.
Mr. D. MacFarlano is building a
very handsome residence on Carbonate street.
"Gailoy Slave at the Skating Rink,
Uot. 811 produced by the popular Bittuer Theatre Co. *
It is reported that the Pilot Bay smelter will resume operations as soon as the
coke supply from the Crow's Nest
Puss is available.
Dont forget tho Bittuer Theatre company at the Skating Rink, Monday, Oct. 81, in the beautitul society
drama "The Galley Slave. " Seats on
sule nt Teotzel's Drug Storo; *
Last week tho mines around
Sandon and Now Denver shipped 560
tons of ore ns follows: Payne, 240;
Slocau Star, 120; Last Chance, 40;
Ruth,20; Bosun,20, and California. 20.
The funeral of the late Andrew
Knsouen, who died yosterday nt the
Silver King mino, will take placo this
afternoon from the undertaking parlors of tbe Nelson Furniture company,
to the new cemetery.
Tho benefit concert in aid of John
Wedlock, who lost his eyesight in an
accident at the Silver King mine,
will be given this evening at the Nol-
son skating rink nt 8 p. m. A strong
array of local talent will assist.
Tho Ymir Mines compauy are putting up a large building for the "accomodation of their employes. The
lower storey will be used as offices for
the company and for a dining room.
The upper story will be divided off into bunks for the men.
Mr. John R. McLaren second jailer
iu the provincial jail at Nelson has
sent in his resignation ta take effect
on Nov. 1. With Mr. McLaren's retirement the strength of tbe jail staff
will be Wnrdeu Fitzstubbs and Jailer
Partridge. At tbe present time there
are 25 prisoners. Tho force of officials
to maintain the efficiency of the institution should be six meu. A warden, three jailers and  two   giiards.
2>. flbcHrtbur & Co.
FURNITURE
At Reduced Prices for Cash lo make Room for new goods
Bidroom Sets - - $15.00 and up
Parlor Sets Wilton Rug - $60.00
Carpets, Ingrain - - 30c per yd. and up.
Full line nf Household and Office Furniture at a liberal discount.    Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty.
A NAD IAN
Pacific
and  SOO--PACIF1C LINE
WE HAVE REMOVED
to our New Block on West Baker Street, where we have opened out
a new stock of
Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, Etc.
If you   are  in   need   of  anything  in   these    lines    come  and  see   us.
We are Agents for McCLARY'S "FAMOUS" Stoves and Ranges.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Repairing
A  Specialty.
<P* HEBDEN b HEBDEN **>
S-A-KIEJH  8TBEET
ALEX. STEWART,
RE.tL   ESTATE  AND   INglKANCE  A��iEXT
MONEY TO LO 4.\ AT 6 PER TENT.
AND li'IV A It lis*
PRIVATE A\l> -TOIII'IM FUNDS.
Valuable Baker Street and  other excellent property for sale.
Oflli'C Turiirr-llorikb Block, Nelaon. K. <.
HILLINERY AND
DRESSHAKING
For  New  Goods, Gloves,
Luces, Silks, Drapes,  Corsets call on
Mrs. McLaughlin,
JO'ErlllXK NT.
NELSON
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 Baggage checked to destination.
DAILY TRAIN.
To Rossland and Main   Line  poiutb
6.<0p.m,-Leavo3���NELSON���Arrlvos-I0.80p.in
Kooteunr Lake���KftNlo ttoutr.
Str. Kokanke
Kxcept Sunday. Except Sunday
1   p.m.���Jjja ves���NELSON��� Arrives���11   a.m
Konfriifiy iri ver Itonlr.
Stk. Nelson.
Mon.. Wed., Fri. Mon,, Wed., Fri.
7 a.m.���Leaves���NELSON���ArnveR���fMK)  tun.
Makes connection at Pilot Bay with Str. Ko-
kanoe in both directions.
Steamers on their respective routes call at
principal Landings in both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Train*   to ami  Irani   Shirnu Mty. Handon
mnl Slocan   Lake   l"oim>,
(Sundays Excepted)
9 a. m.���Leaves���NKLSON���Arrives���2."20 p. m.
Ascertain Hates
and full information    by   addressing nearest
local agent, or GKO. S. BEER, City Tieket
Agent, Nelson,
JOHN HAMILTON. Agent, Nelson
\V. F. ANDERSON, K. J. COYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agent,      DisU Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver
lotet national Navigation 4 Trailing Company
LIMITED
Summor f'nrd. Effective June 20, 18B8
Subject, to change without notice.
South b'nd.   K. H. Iiiirrimiluiinl.   Norlh lind
Road down Read up
Train Lts 1.00 p.m. Sondon 10.30 a.m. TnunAr
"   Ar  3.45   "     Kaslo     8 00   "       "    Lv
Boat hv*. 3.30 a.m. Kaslo    8.30 p.m. Boat Ar
"    1.30   " Ainsworth 7.30	
"    5 00   " Pilot Bay 6.45	
"6 30   "   Balfour   6.10	
"    Ar   0.40   " 5MllePt. 5.25	
" " 7.15 " Nolson 4.45 " " Lv
Train " 10.05 p.m. N'thport 1.65 " Train "
" " 11.20 " RoHsland 12.05 a.m. " "
" " 3.10 " 8poltane 8.30 " " "
Bandon-Kaalo train dally. Boat and Spokane train dally except Sunday.
8. ��. Alberta.
Train Lva 1.00 p.m. Snndon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
'���    Ar  3.45   "     Kaslo    8.00   "        "    Lv
Ront Lvs 5.00   "     Kaslo    1.00   "     Boat Ar
"     "    0.20 "Ainsworth 11.10 p.m.    "      "
"      "     7.00   " Pilot B��T 11.00   "        "       "
"   10.00   " Kuskonk 8.00   "
"     "   12.00 m. Goal River 6 00   '	
"     "    l.00a.m.HonndaryS.OO   "       "      *'
" Ar     8.00 " R'rs Forry 2.00   "       "    Lv
Train Lv 11.40 " B'rs Ferry 1.15 " Train Ar
" Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokane 7.50 a.m. " Lv
Handon-Kaslo train dally.   Boat leaves Kaslo
for ahovo points Tuesdays and   Saturdays
Returning on Wednesdays nnd Sundays.
Hinrial Kouii'iiay Lake gervlr*.
Commencing 20 Juue, 1898.
On -Monday, Thursday and Friday S. 8
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
1'lliit Hay snd Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 a.m.. Tuosday, Friday and
Saturday (or Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo,
calling at all way poinls.
(All times are subject lo change without-Tiotice
Menls and berths not Included.
Passengers on S. S. International from Nel
sun, Sposane, otc., for points on Kootenay
I jik" Mini li of Pilot Bay, will connect at that
point with theS. S. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Alberta, from
points som li of Pilot Bay, oan, by arrangement
with purser, havo stop-over at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. S. International
��� at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lako nml Slocan points with all points In the
United States and Canada; by way of Spokana
and Kootenay Rlvor.
Tickets sold and baggago checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our oflice.
O. ALEXANDER, (inn. Mgr.
P. O. Box 122. Kaslo, B.C
GRAND   OPENING   SALEf
DRY GOODS I
GENTS' FURNISHING
ROOTS AND SHOES
Until there comes a time of universal honesty
LOCKS AND KEYS
will be necessary, and we continue to
keep a large stock of them.
We can supply the builder with
Locks and Latches suitable for interior
or exterior use, by the dozen or hundred. And the individual who wants a
single Lock and Key or Blank Keys,
will find that we can give him the best
for the least money.
importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
A NEW OPERA HOUSE.
The Allen Bros., have purchased the
two lots on Victoria street at the corner of Ward street, on whioh they intend to erect au opera house. The
building will be 50 feet by 75 feet,
three stories high. The flrst floor
will be divided into three stores.
The second floor will be fitted up as
an opera house with galleries on three
sides. A stage 20 feet deep will be
erected and the whole place will be
fitted up in first class style. Messrs.
Ewart <fc Carrie, architects, are preparing the plans for the new building,
the estimated cost of which will be
in the neighborhood of |10,000. The
venture of the Allen Bros., will doubt
less prove a success as the want of au
opera house has iu tho past been
greatly felt in Nelson. With tho ereo-
tion of an opera house on this corner
the opening of Ward street from Baker street to Victoria street ;will be
a necessity and the attention of the
board of works is drawn to the matter. 	
NEW BANK FOB NELSON.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Having been detained from business during the alteration of our premises, we will offer our  entire  stock  at
Greatly Reduced Prices for Three Days only
Thursday, Oct. 27th, Friday, Oct.   28th.   Saturday,   Oct.   29th
Ladies' Department
Special Bargains in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Black Satins, Brocade Silk and Satins, Hosiery,
Gloves, Cloths, Flannels, Corsets, Feather Boas, Ladies' and Children's Underwear.
VSSi^^^l Indies' and Children's Jackets, Costume, Capes and Fursj ��
jS��y*Jb4^ 11 at 25 per cent. Discount to clear. |
Gents' Furnishing Department
��
A. B. Henrn, manager of the Imperial bank at Revelstoke, has arrived in
the oity with the object of opening a
branch of the bank here. The new
bank will occupy temporary premises
in the store vacated by S. Neelands.
The appointment of the manager has
uot yet been made, but as it is hoped
to open the bank on Nov. 1, the appointment may he daily expected.
Men's Regatta, Flannel and Negligee Shirts, Gloves Lamb's Wool and Fleece Lined Underwear, Cotton and Wool Night Shirts, Latest New York and English Ties, Bows, Scarves Collars and Cuffs, Mens' Ready Made Clothing at 30 per cent, discount to clear.
House Furnishing Department
Curtains, Portiers, Art Denhams and Muslins. A large assortment Chenille and Tapestry
Portiers and Table Covers. Special attention is given to our complete stock of Brussel, Aix-
minister, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Oil Cloths and Linoleums. All carpets sewed and
laid free during the Sale.    Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Towelings at Lowest Prices.
%%wmmmm^7
Remnants from all Departments, Half Price.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
*     BAKER STREET     %
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c
mmtmm^m^*tm THE MINER   FRDfAY, OCTOBER 28, 1898.
There is Little Doubt That it
Will be Settled.
THE POLIOY ENDOESED
Delcasse Has an Interview With Paratier
the   Trench Officer Who Brought
Marchand's Message to Pans-
Paris, Oct. 87.���It is reported hero
this ovening   that the cabinet at  this
session declared to proclaim  the  protectorate of Great Britain over Egypt.
HE SEES   BARATIER.
Pairs, Oct. 27.���President Faure
received M. Delcasse today und had u
long conference with the minister of
foreign uffuirs. M. Delcasse had a
long talk this aftornoon with Captain
Baratier, tho French officer sont to
Paris by Major Marohand with the
latter's report of his explorations and
arrival at Fashoda.
SIR EDWARD GREY'S OPINION.
Loudon, Oct. 28.���Speaking at Hud-
dersflold this evening Sir Edward
Grey, liberal member of parliament
for Berwick-on-Tweed, who was under secretary of state for foreign affairs
in the cabinet of Lord Rosebery in
1895, and announced in the house of
commons the policy of the Rosebery
govornmont regarding Egypt, strongly
endorsed tho policy of tbe present government regarding Fashoda,
IT
SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN    MADE
THE SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL     ROUTE.
���1 Ih llu* Hunt Modem In Equipment.
II In Ihe Heaviest llnlleil Line.
It baa u liiuk ll'illusl Kiiiiilliiil.
It t'roiMcK No Hand DeiuerU.
It In llie Only Line  Bunnlng   l,utin lou.
I lull  ltoiim f'arff.
It In Noted for tbo Cowtts} of Itn Kinplnj i'��.
NELSON MARKETS.
It In tbe Only Une Serving Meuln
a In <mil'  Plan.
on    Hi
THROUGH    THE
QRANDEST      SCENERY
IN AMERICA BY DAYL1GBT.
Attractive Tours dining Season of
Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in
connection with Mugnilicunt Panseugci
Steamers Northwest and Northland,
For imii's. tluketB and comploto UlfmmatlOB
call on or address Agontw, K. & S. Ry., C. & K
S. Nav. Co., N & P. S. Ry., or
0. ti. uixon, General Agent
Spokane, Wan).,
F. I. WHITNEY, li.!*..* T. A���
Bl I'aul. Klin.
The following are the prices nf groceries, provisions.etc. ns qnotetl by our
local dealers. It is Hie intention of
The Miner to have these prices cor-
rected everv week by trustworthy dealers, so that residents of the city and
others may be informed as to the cost
of living in the city :
I lour.
Offilvie's Hungarian per60 lb sack.. 17ft
I.iikcoMho Vvooda        " ��� 175
Bnow Flake per 30 lb suok  lfio
Grain
Wheat per ton  HJdOfflUOO
Ilran por ton -  "" 000*22 (Hi
Ground feed nei 'on MondMBOO
Corn (wholo)      "        211IKIM28 ltd
(:orn (cracked)   "        27 0H-3J8D 00
Oaln "         .10 W��(.'I2 01)
Oatmeal per 10 ttm      *!"��   so
Rolled oati (II ft Ki  Oft
Rolled outs (lift K) Klh niK'K  10
Feed.
Hay (baled) per ton  10 00OM 00
Vrgelublen.
Poltitoui per 100 lbn    1 OtKtf 1 2ft
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A BIG SILVER LEDGE.
ATLANTIC
Steamship Lines
From Montreal or Quobee
Beaver Line-Lake Huron Nov.  9
Heaver Lino���Lake Superior Nov. HI
Dominion Line���Vancouver Oct. 22
Dominion Line���Ottoman Oct. 20
Allan Line���Rarapian Nov.  ft
Allan Line���Numidian       -Oct. 211
From Nc'v York
White Star Line���Teutonic Ocl. 26
White Slav Line���Majestic Nov.  II
Cunard Line���Campania Nov. 12
Cunard Line��� Umbria Nov. Ill
Allan Stato Line���State of Nebraska��� Nov. IS
Allan State Line���Mongolian .Nov.   I
Anchor Line���Kthropia Nov.  ft
Anchor Line���Anclioria Nov. 1'.)
Kenneth Williams, lately returned
to Vancouver from tho Omineca and
Cassiar districts, brings interesting
particulars of a recent Hnd, a big ledge
of silver, in tlie Omineca country. Of
courso, silver 850 miles away from
Bazleton is good for nothing at the
present timo, but tho faet that silver
exists there at all is interesting in itself. Mr. Williams says that men ou
the Liard are making i*4 and $fi per day
during the season of low water panning
out gold on the bars. The silver find
was made in August by thc two sons
of u Hudson's Bay store keeper on the
Edmonton trail. The young fellow's
outfitted iu Vancouver and going up
the Skeoua struck out aoross ihe country from Edmonton. The ledge runs
from a stream up the side, of a mouu- I
tain anil on tho other side of the river
it takes up its course distinctly 19**an-��'J*e oity of Ka
traceable.    They   staked   off
Cabin, flft.nO, |S0. Sim, 870 *80 nnd Upwards.
Intermediate, .��I4.IJ0 and upwards
SLecraKO. ��22.ftO and upwards,
Passongors ticketed through to alt i ointu l'i
Great llritain or Ireland, and at spoolallvlow
rates to nil parts of the European ooutl lent
Prepaidpudsagosarranged from all point
'     '    to GKO. 	
Apply
Agent. N*
ftft-ll   (len
ittton, or to,
���nil AjtentC
HKKIt,   C.P.R.  1 oke
WILLIAM STIT'I
P.R. Olflnw, W i
NOTICE    OF  ASSIGNMENT.
Boots por Ib	
OabbAge fer lb	
Cauliflower pur lb	
Onions per lb	
Cuoumbors	
Salmon (smoked) por Ih       124��a
Oysi cr.s Olympian) per qt	
Oysters (Eastern) per tin	
Cod por Hi	
Halibut perlt.       I2t$
Bmeltsportb  ...    W|8
Farm Proilm t\
EgKfl per dos       2.H
Butter (Creamery)       25��
Um u-r (Dairy) .       HK8
Cheese (Canadian)      18��
Cheese Swiss)      20��
Mrals.
Ham (American) por lb  ������ 1*
Ham (Canadian) p r Hi  W
Macon (American; per lb  15
Bacon (Canadian) per lb      Hffl    ifi
Bacon (rolled) per lb       121��   1"
Baoon (long clear) per lb  12i
Shoulders per lb  121
Lard per lb  12*
Beef per lb        3��r?    IB
Mutton per lb       10��*    18
Veal per lb       I*��    18
Perk per lb     121��    15
I mil.
Bananas per doz	
Lemons (California) per doz..
Orangos (California Boedlings)
Melons (each).	
Crab apples per lb	
Apples	
Tomatoes	
G rapes. 	
Peaches	
Pears (Barlletts)      08
I'oars (small green)       06
Plums (greengage)  	
Plums       04
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409*
25@
12*
l-VTOTIOE    IS    III
J >    Charles Nowton
apiece, but though it is tis neb ns  the
average oro in tlio Slooau thoy   aauuot
make anything out nf it.
BY     GIVEN    Um.
imi md Thomas Stov-
  ....   _. i in tho province of
,  .      British Columbia, furniture Dealers, hav." liy
clnlm !,(i*i',llji'iiriii'..iliili'llu*i*i��l>li'.niliil.'.viifli'*.iolici'
TRAINS AND STEAMERS ARRIVING   AND  DEPARTING
PROM NELSON.
���1:1X1 n.m.��� S. S. Ainsworth arrives
from Bonner's Ferry mul
way points on Tue'day,
Thursday and Saturday,
0:20 .i.ui.���Train leaves N. & F. S
station for Rossland, Spokane and way points daily.
7:0(1 a.in.���S. S. Nelson leaves for Kuskonook and way points
daily except Sunday
7:15 a rn. ���S. S. International arrive.*:
OT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt John
CharleH Tom trading n* Tailor and
Clothier, at. tho town nf Golden, in tho Province of British Columbia, has by ileud dsted
tho first day of Octobor, 1808, assigned to me
all his personal es'ate, credits and effect-which
mav 1).* *;,',zi*d unit sold under execulion. and
all his real OHtate forthogonerat benefit nf his
creditors, pursuant to tho "Croditors Trust
Deeds Aot."
A meeting of tho creditors will be held at my
ollice ln the said town of Golden, on Saturday,
the 22nd day of Octobor, at tho hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, for the giving of directions with refcronco to tho disposal of the
estate.
All creditors arc requested to forward full
particulars of their <��� :iitnn, duly verified, lo mo
on or before the flfcnlh day of November
1808, after which date 1 shall proceed to distribute tho assets among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only lo the claims of
which I shall then hare had notice.
Dated at Golden, B. C, October lst, 1808.
E. A. HAGGEN,
Financial Agent, Goldnn.
Trustee.
Til
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FIRST TRIAL   |
llj MflUiti.l in  fl
r. ft
ds below < Qttt,   3(
of uu < i.n Iti'g U| cjie all)
in a life liing ens om
We (' i 'i i fer on. so
.iiiVf wu I i:vo no deidre to lone
money, W$ coll uL prtcea which ar
good wm ku unship. The *ize and variety uf {untuck enables ui to please a
CUftflltU'l' I clh uh InHlylu and fit. Indeed w< nie i articular on ihepe polutH.
We taller lohOa hale Hum permit un-
hutihfidoiy   k��iu.e:iU  to    leave
CtOH'.
'1 here vnliich cannot he nuipABacd.
-J. A.
GILKER
). STORE.
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 lllll lllock Knker si.
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I * NELSON CAFE 4 I
It A
! ��� eiret Class In every respect ���
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EAST KOOTENAY NOTES.
A lurgo forco of mon arc at work on
the Southern Cross group on Boulder
creek. The ore is n free milling gold
quartz.
Thirty-fivo meu arc at present employed on the North Star and contracts ure being made for tbe hauling
of 1000 tous of oro to tbe railroad.
Messrs. Kimpton, Stark and Harrison, who aro operating a claim near
Wiuderniore havo shipped 20 tons of
ore to the Kaslo Sampling Works. It
cost $80 per ton to havo tho oro packed
down the mountain to tho Sainton
beds.
A forty-flvo foot shaft has recently
been completed on tho Big Dippor
near Fort Steele.
A tunnel is now in 140 feet on tho
Burton mino on Sand creek, with a
good showing of ore.
SUCCESSFUL   OPENING.
The fall opening sab of dry goods,
otc., at Fred Irvine & Co's., yesterday was a groat success. During the
whole day tho large store was
thronged with ladies and the clerks
wero kept vory busy showing tho
goods and attending to the wants of
their customers. The store presented
a very attractive appearance and the
financial results of tho first day's
opeuing wero highly satisfactory to tuo
firm. The coupon tickets for refreshments at tho Catholic bazaar were accepted by a largo number of tbe patrons of the store and will by con-
tiuued today and tomorrow. *
NO MAIL FROM  THE SOUTH.
Through somebody's mistake no
nuiil wus received in Nelson yesterday
evening over tho Nelson and Fort
Sheppard railway. The mail bag
destined for Kaslo, which is transferred to tho steamer international at
Five Milo point* was put off at the
Mountain Siding instead of Iho Nelsou bag and tho latter was carried off
to some poiut up thn lake. The people of Nelson may get their until from
tho south for yesterday in a day or
two as soon as the mistake is recognized and correctod.
lS'iS.,^siiriii''l;il!tlieii*ri��.lii.i'l personal pr -perly
except us thorein mentioned to Frederi-k V.
Archer of the *uiil citj.' of Kaslo. trader, In trust
for tlin purpose nf piiyii Kami salisfyi' k ratably
or proportionately and without preference or
priority, the creditors of Iho sold Charlos \e\v
ton Owen and Thonins Htuvenson or of oither
of them. ' heir just, debts.
Tho said deed was executed by tho snid
Cliiifies Newton Owen nntl Thomas Stevenson,
the a88lgnora,!and the suiil Frederick E. Archer
lhe trustee, on the 19th dav of October 1898, and
tho said trustee has undcrlakcn lhe trusts
created by tho snid deed.
All pcrnons having claims against the said
Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson,
or either of thom, must forward and deliver to
the said trustee at Kaslo, B, I'.full particulars
of their claims duly verified together with particulars of security, if any, held by them,
on or beforo the lTtiulay of November, 18118, and
all persons indebted to the said Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson or either of
Ihem are required to pay the amounts due by
them to lhe snid trustee forthwith. After tho
said 17th day of November, 1893, thc trustee
will proccod to distribute the assets of tho said
estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to thc claims of which he shall
then nave had notice,
A meeting of the creditors of tho said
Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson
will bo held at the promises lately occupied by
them on Front streot. Kaslo. II. 0, at 2.1)0
o'clock p. in, on Wednesday, tho 9th day of
November, 1898, for tho giving of directions
with reference to the disposal of the estate
MoANN & MACKAY,
Camoron Building,
A Avenue, Kaslo, B. C.
Solicitors for tho Tiustee
Datod tho 18th day of Octobor, 18118.
MINES  EXAMINED
AND ltKI'OHTKD ON HY
F. M. CHADBOURN
Twenty j ft irs' oxperlcnco in mining.
Thorough  knowledge  of  mines of British
Columbia.   Terms Reasonable
718 NELSON, B. O.
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ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
IAIMM. HFIHE., M Mitt. Aaseo. Cornwall I
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Phair Hotel,
NELSON. B.C.
p, O. BOX 583,
Extended experience In Chile and German
Kouth Africa. Assays tind analysis of oros.
ltoports nntl valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up by contract.
WHAT
DO
YOU
WANT
For One Cent a Word?
Yon can find ft buyer for "Any
Oltl Thing " if you advertise.
���linsHllli'il Advertisements.
All advertisements in this coiumn are
1 cent a word each Insertion. No advertisement taken for less than 25 conts.
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from K*i
daily.
8:00 a.m.���S, S. Alberta leaves for
ICasIn and way points on
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
0:00 a.m.���Train leaves O. P. li station for Slocan Oily, daily
excopt Sunday.
11:00 a.m.���S. S. Knfennce arrives from
Kaslo and way points daily
except Sunday.
1:00 p.m.���S. S Ainsworth leaves fur
Bonner's Ferry and any
points, Mondny, Wednesdny and Friday.
2:20 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. It. station, from Slocan Oity and
way points, daily, except
Sunday.
4:00 p.m.���S. S. Kokanee leaves for
Kaslo and way points,
daily, except Sunday.
4:15 p.m.���S. S, International leaves
for Kaslo and way points,
daily,
5:85 p.m.���Train arrives N. & F. S.
station, from Spokane,
Rossland and way points,
daily.
0:40 p.m.���Train leaves O. P. R. station for Robson, Rossland,
and all Main Line points,
daily.
0:00 p.m.���S. S. Alberta arrives from
Kaslo and way points, on
Monday, Thursday and
Friday.
10:80 p.m.���S.S.Nelson, arrives from
Kuskonook,   and  all  way
points, daily  except Sunday.
10:30 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R, station, from all Main lane
points, Rossland and Robson, daily
Steam tugs Kaslo, Angerona, Red
Star, Hercules, Surprise and others
ply on Kootenay lake to and from Nel
son, hut have no regular times of arrival and departure.
Transportation Companlos are rcquoslol to
give notice lo tho Miner of any alterations ln
tint time of arrival anddeparturo from Nelson.
Iio you w nit a goo 1 3 pure mill for
25 CENTS?
TRY THE   NELSON   CAFE
DINNER 12 TO 8
MISCELLANEOUS
ROOMS TO hKT- Furnished rooms to let.on
Victoria St., two blocks oast of lire hall,    lllll
LOST-Smnll bunch of koys with stool lubol
" Melbourne." Howard on restoration to box
85, post olllco.
MUSIC LESSONS,
guitar, by Mrs; W. J.
- On  piano   organ   or
���_. _ Astley, Hobson street
two doors west of Stanloy.   P. O. Hox 13S.
WANTED���To to ront a medium sized house
unfurnished, reasonably near tho business portion.  Apply at this offlco.
4  BUY IT.   #
The Miner is on sale at thc following- news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stnnloy
Thomson Stationery Co
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Hotol Hume Mown Stand
1��   Campbell
O, F. Nelson
J. F. Delaney
Slocan Mows Co.
J, I. Mcintosh
Klocan News Co.
W. Parker
Thompson Pros.
Hotel Spokane
M. W. Simpson
M, Anderson
('. W*. Hill
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Ymir
NewDenver
Roseberry
Slocan City
Silverton
Sandon
Brooklyn
Vancouver
Spokane
Hossland
Slocan Crossing
Cascade City
Eastern  Oysters
received daily
Cooked Any Styl$.
Y. HOSHI        -        Proprietor.
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WATER FACTORY.
n;i>;riio\i; ko. si.
Manufacturers of
AuL CARBONATED WATERS.
Hulryon Hnl Mprlng* Wnlcr Arralrd and
biippllcil lo the Trade.
NOTICE.
Until furl hor not ice nn passenRers will bo
retried over the line <>f the Crows Nest Hmw
railway bcLwcen Kuskonook nnd Cranbrook
BY OHDKR.
INFANT  SCHOOL
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and   News   Agents  on  boats
trains out of Nelson.
and
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KIRKPATRICK & WILSON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
��^- Groceries, Crockery and Glassware.   HS)
n^TE^sAT   *   GOODS
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth Brushes,
^also Good Value in Sponges..,
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
GAMBLE fe O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and Qeneral Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
FOR SALE   ,����������,
Corner Lot on Vei nun St., with Rmlding. 12 Lots in Blook
44F���Cheap.   2 L< tn Cor. Josephine nnd Rohson.
FOR RENT ,��Mva\v\
2 Lots anil Dwelling near Cot' Stanley St, on Observatory
St., 812 pei' month. Dwelling on Silica St��� near Cedar St.,
#2(1 per month.    House and 2 Lots, Houston St.  $15 month.
Call and see our full list of property for sale in   "Hume"
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
We have Two Claims on Rover Creek For Sale, cheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NELSON,  B.C.
LONFCN & 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.
*-*%* <*/VV%'*%*'%%'V%'%%
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B.C.
HOTEL    HUME
(Cor. fflftart & Demon ��te.
flleteon... ^ B. C.
Finest Hotel in the Interior.
Steam Heat and Electric Light in every room.
Large Sample rooms for Commercial  Travellers.    Rates Reasonable
H. D. HUME, Manager.
IW. A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
<^-REAL ESTATE BROKER   **>
Victoria Street
NELSON, B. C.
PABST : : :
BOHEfllAN
A Trial will convince
that the World's Leading
Beer loses none of its good
qualities by being bottled
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
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