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Array Daily Edition No   134.
Nelson, British Columbia. Thursday Morning,   October 13, 1898. Ninth Yeai
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We are now doing business in our
new Store in the Aberdeen Block and
extend a cordial invitation to our
many customers and friends to call
and see us. You are as welcome to
look as to trade
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TIE MAROONS IAI RISE
Serious
State of Affairs in
Jamaica
NEGROES ARE HOSTILE.
The Governor Leaves   Hurriedly For Tng-
land Maitial   Law  Will be
Proclaimed-
hy levying on tho stoek held in its
name in the Le Roi cumpaany. The
court fees aud tho cost ot tho receivership would also have to ho paid by the
B. A. C.
Speaking of the dividend which will
be paid at the end of the month, Colonel Turner stated that as aliens can
not own real estate in Washington,
and the company owns tho Northport
smelter, the B. A. C. eannot legally
own any Le Roi stock, and consequently will not have a share in the
prospective dividend.
PROVINCIAL-   PROHIBITION.
Kingston. Jamaica, Oct. 13.���The
trial of tho Maroon chiefs, charged
with criminal trespass and riot, who
wero released on bail last week, comes
off tomorrow. Tho newspapers today
report tho election of captains and
officers at a general meeting held at
Maroon town Saturduy, wliich portends organized resistence if the
' chiefs aro convicted.
A despatch from Anotto brvy this
i afternoon says tho Maroons nro arriving in the vicinity in threatening
; numbers, wliich is causing great aux-
! iety, although strong reinforcements
, have been sent there in readiness to
j tako summary action. Should tho
I necessity arise martial law will he declared. The Maroons themselves are
| not so much feared as the masses of
[negroes who are wandering about the
[country. Several families from the
[disturbed districts arrived here today.
GOING TO ENGLAND.
New York, Oct. 12.���Sir Augustus
(Hemming, British governor of the
[island of Jamaica, arrived today on
Ttho Atlas liner A then to from Kingston. Ho is on his way to England.
\\ threatened uprising of the Maroons
lis said   to   ho the cause  of  Governor
cunning's hasty trip to
llhe situation on tho island,
}.o tho latest reports, grows
flu s.
All Act   for   tho   English   Provinces,
What a Clergyman  Propose.
Hamilton,     Oct.     12.���Rev.     Wm.
Kettlewill,   one   of the leaders of  the
prohibition   movement,-  says    in    a
j letter to the press that it is impossible
in view of   Quebec's   heavy  majority
against prohibition that the other provinces should coeroe   Quebec.    On the
I other hand   it   is   unreasonable    that
i when   all   tho   other provinces    want
j prohibition   that one province   should
I retard legislation   in their  favor.    He
suggests, therefore,   that   the government  should   pass   a law  prohibiting
the   importation,     manufacture    aud
salo  of liquor   in   the Northwest Territories, and   providing that each province   shall   through   its    legislature
determine whether or not it shall prohibit the retail sale of liquor.
Bloody Riot in the Ooal Regions of Illinois.
WHITES ASSAIL BLACKS
Governor Tanner Says the Mine Owners
Responsible for the ITrouble
au  thould be Indicted-
are
England,
according
very seri-
THE LE   ROI   TROUBLE.
THREE DEATHS   BY DROWNING.
yonug
Jacob
I'linority   Stockholders   Think the  B.
A. C. Are iu a Hole.
'It is mighty uncertain now
Ivhether the British America corpora-
lion will ever again he in a position
Jj secure the minority's stock in the
[ie Roi company,'' said Colonel Tur-
today. "We gave tho British
IVmerica corporation an option several
jays ago ou our holdings at the rate
If $8.12>.^ per share. The uegotia
lions iuclnded slightly more than 204,-
|00 shares. The exact figure I think
Jas something less than 204,100. The
(lock comprised the holdings of Senior Turner and W. J. Harris, as well
i: my own and several others. It was
1 throe-day option, and it expired on
Iriday noon. The B. A. C. did not
like it up. Tlie officials told us that
f hitaker Wright himself would be
in about a month and would
lirsonally conclude the purchase. If
Jhitaker Wright ever gets tho stook
j will havo to pay considerably moro
|iaii $8.12,''a per share for it. It can't
, had now for less than $)S8.50. and
I is not cortaiu that Mr. Wright ean
|,t it for even that figure. "
"Why can't Mr. Wright buy the
lock for that figure if anybody can?"
' Woll for ono thing,'' said the ool-
liel, " the stock is now under option
I Loudon people who, it is under-
od, do not look with any particular
liendliness towards Mr. Wright, and
ncy that they will take it up. The
[tion is for tho full block of shares
jrned by the minority, and the price
8.50 per share. It will expire ou
Iturday night. The Londoners waut-
1 the stock and asked us for a price.
ft told them that they could have it
a basis of $8.50. We agreed to hold
offer open to them at that figure
Jtil the end of the week.���Spokes-
lin-Review.
lOolonel Turner is further reported
lh ave said that the B. A. C. let the
lit for damages brought by the min-
lity share holders go by default, and
|tt the  damages  would
Port Arthur, Oct. IS.���A
mau 20 years old, named
Westornlafer, fell from tho parapet
of tho tug Georgiun, near Thunder
Onpe, and before assistance could
reach him sank to a watery gvrao.
The young man had gone out on
Hazelwood & Whalen's tug with a
party of fishermen. He wns perched
on a load of boxes at tho boat's side,
aud a lurch of tho little steamer set
him overheard. The accident was not
noticed until the Georgiua was many
yards away from him. Whon the
man's plight was discovered the tug
was switched around ani desperate
efforts made to reach Westernhafer,
who could be seen struggling frantically iu tlie water. When the Georgiua was !10 feet away from him, Wes-
ternhafter suddenly clutched his bnt
aud waved it frantically in the
water and then sank. Little or nothing is known about deoeased in Port
Arthur. He was a laborer unmarried
and had no relatives in this part of
tho country.
Tho corpse picked up at Point de
Meron is tho remains of James Edwards, formerly of Pembroke who was
accidently drowned at Kaministiquiu,
while doing mason work on the C.
P. R. bridge. The unfortunate Edwards, after falling to his death, was
caught by the swift current of the
river aud carried eastward bo quickly
that anything like rescue was impossible. The body swept over Kaka-
beka Falls, and floated along 22
miles from the place where Edwards
took the fatal  plunge.
The body of Philip Rnest, the mining man accidentally drowned 10 days
ago at Eaglo river has been   recovered.
MAY BUILD   A SMELTER.
Last week James Breen and H. C.
Bellinger of the Northport smelter
were at Sayward, four miles above
Wanota, looking over the location in
the interests of the British American
oorporation of Rossland, which is said
to be contemplating the erection of
a smelter there. But little intorest has
been taken in the visit at the time by
the peoplo there, but now the rumor
that the smelter is to be built forthwith is confirmed iu a measuro by tho
presence there of General C. S. Warren
of Spokane and H. D. Merry of Rossland, who are both connected with the
B. A. C. They have been looking over
the same ground in behalf of the big
corporation. It is belioved there that
smelter will be built either at Sayward
or Port Sheppard. The ouly thing
that will bother is to obtain good lime
for a flux..
Last week parties were at Erio to see
if the north fork of the Salmon river
could be turned so as to flow into
Beaver creek to make sufficient flow of
wator the year round to warrant
the building of a smelter   at Sayward.
Rome at the present time and the despatch came from him. It stated simply that his Holiness had made the appointment without going into details.
It made no reference to Porto Rioo,
so that the scope of the spocial mission
is confined to Cuba. Archbishop
Ohappelle will retain his present position at the New Orleans archdiocese,
the mission to Cuba being in addition
to his other duties. He is a linguist
speaking both Spanish and French, so
that his work can be prosecuted under
favorable circumstances in Cuba. The
sessions were private and it was stated
at the noon recess that nothing beyond the routine affairs of the church,
matters of organization, discipline,
etc., had been taken up.
Virden. 111., Oct. 12.���The arrival of
the imported negro miners from the
south at 12:80 today was followed by
a desperate battle. Five hundred
shots wero exchanged between the
strikers on one side and Sheriff Davenport and his deputies and railroad
police on the other sido. It is
thought that 20 men on both sides
were killed nnd wounded. The best,
information is tbat 10 were killed,
five fatally wounded, and five seri
ously wounded. A Chicago aud Alton
spocial policemau is among the killed.
His name is H. D. Kiley.
When the train bearing the negroes
arrived it was met by fully 1500 armed
millers who were lined up on each
sido of the track. The train was stopped
immediately in front of the east gates
of the stockade and there trouble began. A dozen of shots wero fired from
the stockades at the white mon while
the strikers were half a mile away.
The wildest rumors were afloat, one
being that as many as 50 miners have
been killed.
The town is in the wildest excitement and men are securing whatever
arms thoy can get hold of. Some of
the wives of the dead strikers decline
to go to their homes and are almost
mad with grief and anger.
GOV. TANNER ACTS.
Springfield, 111., Oct. 12.���Governor
Tanner has received a telophone message from Sheriff Davenport at Virden, that a fight between the miners
and those guardiug the stockades is going on and that 100 meu have been
killed. The governor ordered Captain Craig, of hattory " B, " and the
sons of veterans' companies at Pana
to proceed at once to Virden. Governor Tanner said: "1 shall give Can-
tain Craig, who will command the
troops at Virden, orders to suppress
the riot, protect life and property and
not to allow imported laborers to bo
unloaded at that place. Since the
mine owners have carried out their
threats, influenced by avarice and
gain, to precipitate this riot and bloodshed, I do not propose that they shall
further disturb the peace of the state.
The mine owners and managers are
responsible for and guilty of the murder brought about by the conflict and
shonld be indicted by the grand jury
for murder, as I beliove they will
be."
MANY KILLED AND WOUNDED.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 12.���A special
to the Post Despatch from Virden,
Illinois, says nine men on the train
were killed aud 13 wounded. Ten
miners' were killed and 16 wounded.
The train pulled out for the north
and the cars were shot full of holes. A
reporter for a Chicago paper was killed
at the Chicago and Alton depot by a
stray bullet. J. F. Fyster, manager
of the company, was shot and trampled on by the miners. Ho cannot live.
The miners aro looking for Luke,
manager of the shaft, who has hidden. It is imposiblo to find out how
mnny were killed in the stockades.
RAILWAY   ACROSS CUBA
EXECUTED AT SEOUL.
Three Men Said to Have Tried to Poison the Emperor, Put to Death.
Yokohama, Oct. 12.���According to
advices received hero from Seoul, the
capitol of Corea, Kim Hong Niuk and
two other men who are said to have
been engaged in the conspiracy to poison tho emperor, were hanged iu
prison on October 10. It is further said
that the populace afterwards secured
the bodies, disgracefully mutilated
them and dragged them about the
street. They are uow reported to be
lying iu the prison yard. The wife of
Kim Hong Niuk has been sentenced
to three years imprisonment aud to receive 100 lashes.
A
Lord Rosebery and the Fashoda Incident.
A WARNINQ TO FRANCE
The Former Piemier Thinks the French
Have Deliberately Committed an
Unfriendly Act.
REFORMS   IN   ARGENTINE.
Buenos Ayres, Oct. 12.���General
Roca took the oath of office today as
president of the republic of Argentina
and sent his first message to congress.
The president refers to the improvement iu the relations of the republic
with Chili and declares that the maintenance of peace will allow the
country to devote its energies to the
amelioration of tlie financial situation.
He promises to administer five reforms, a decroase in public expenditures, encouragement of immigration
and developmsut of trade. In explaining his financial policy, the president said ho would endeavor to unify
the various public debts to fix t 0
value of paper money, a nd to give a
limited protection to the national industries comnieusnrat 8 with the
freedom of commerce.
Washington, Oct. 12.���Secretary Alger will recommend to congress that
the existing railroad system in Cuba
be extended so as to form a line run
ning directly from Capo Maysi, at tho
east end of tho island, to Cape Antonio
on tho western extremity. He will
also recommend that this work ho undertaken by tho United States government and that congress appropriate
th    necessary funds.
RACING IN ENGLAND.
London, Oct. 12.���The autumn handicap at Newmarket was won by Sacri-
pant. High Treasurer, ridden by
Sloan, was'unplaced. For the'Bennett plate, Lord Rosebery's Ibba,
Sloan up, had a walkover. Sir J. Miller's Chaleureux won the Cesarewitch
stakes. Astoria, the property of Sir
B. Wilde Griffiths, ridden by Sloan,
finished second. The Selling plate for
two yoar olds was won by H. McCal-
mont's Karoske, ridden by Sloan.
LOSING   HER SIGHT.
New York, Oct. 12.���Mrs. Augusta
Nack, the accomplice of Martin
Thorne, who was executed for the
murder of William Guldensuppe, is
becoming blind. Double cataract are
forming ou both the woman's eyes.
Experts who examined her at Auburn
prison, where she is serving a 16 years
sentence, say they cannot save hor
sight.
A LITTLE   RETALIATION.
Washington, Oct. 12.���The commissioners of navigation today instructed
all collectors of customs on aud after
April 1, 1899, to require British yachts
visiting Americau ports to enter and
clear and pay tonnage taxes the same
as merchant vessels. This step is
taken in consequence of great Britain
imposing light dues on Americau
yachts visitiug English ports.
TO PREVENT SMUGGLING.
APOSTOLIC DELEGATE TO CUBA.
The
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
London,   Oct. 12.���The Hon.   Philip
Benedict Joseph Potre, the brother and
heir of   Barou Petro, was committed
for trial today on the charge of obtain-
be colleoted ' ing ��20 by means of bogus checks.
Pope Appoints Archbishop Ohappelle, of Now Orleans.
Washington, Oct. 12.���Tho annual
meeting of the archbishops of tho Roman Catholic church began at the
Catholic University today,under peculiarly auspicious circumstances. Just
prior to the opening session Cardinal
Gibbons, who as archbishop of Baltimore, is the presidiug officer of the
archbishops, received a cable from
Rome anuounceing that Pope Leo
had appointed Archbishop Chappelle,
of New Orleans, as apostolic delegate
to Cuba. This was the flrst official act
of the Vatican toward meeting tho
important church conditions in the
Antilles arising out of the war. Archbishop  Chappelle  happons  to  be in
St. Johns, Nfld., Oct. 12.���Tho col-
oninl cruiser Fiona started today to
begin a crusade against smugglers
from St. Piorre. Trustworthy information has reached the government
that there has been, of late, a largo
increase iu whiskey smuggling from
that port to both tho Newfoundland
and Canadian coasts and vigorous action will be taken promptly to
stamp it out.
TACOMA HOTEL BURNED.
Tacoma, Oct. 12.���Tho Tourist hotel
under construction by the Northern
Pacific Land companv was burned last
night. There had heen expended on
the structuro up to date -$000,000.
There was no insurance It was the
purposo of the Laud company to mako
this one of tho finest hotels in tho
country audjit would havo cost completed, about 11,000.000.
CORBETT AND SHARKEY.
New York, Oct. 12.���Articles of
agreement for a fight between James
J. Corbett aud Thomas Sharkey, to
tako placo on November 22 under the
auspices of tho Lennox Athletic club,
for a purso of $20,O0C, were signed
last night.
London, Oct. 12.���Lord Rosebery,
the liberal leader and former premier,
presidiug today at au agricultural
dinner at Epsom, referred to tho critical situation on the Upper Nile. He
said: "As I was responsible, both
personally and ministerially, for the
declaration of Sir Edward Grey, on
which the present policy in regard to
Fashoda is founded, and as I have no
disposition to recede from a word or
a syllable of that declaration, (loud
cheers) I feel bound to say a few
guarded, and, I hope, inoffensive
words on the subject so vital to our
interests. There are iwo or threo considerations in connection with tho question which make it of supreme gravity, the greatest being that, in face
of a deliberate warning that a particular aot would be considered an unfriendly act, that act, in spite of great
geographical difficulties, great hardships and almost insurmountable obstacles, has beeu deliberately committed. The word unfriendly used
diplomatically is of exceptional weight
and gravity, and when used to denote
an act committed by one government
against another, tho situation is
grave. On that point I will say no
more.
"Behind the policy of the government in this matter there is tho untiring and united strength of the nation.
It is the policy of the nation itself,
and no government that attempted to
recede from it or palter therewith
would last a week. I am perfectly
certain that no idea of any weakening in this question has entered the
heads of Her Majesty's present advisors. They have only to maintain tho
attitude revealed in tho blue book and
the nation will make any sacrifice and
go to any length to sustain their action On tho other sido of the channel, the question of the flag is au element of gravity. We will honor that
flag and would not wish it the slightest disrespect, but after all, a flag is
portable, and I have some hope that
the flag in this caso is uot the flag of
Frauce, but of an "individual explorer,
and not, therefore, carrying tho full
weight of tho republic behiud it.
"Among the reassuring features is
the fact that M. Delcasse, the French
minister of foreign affairs, has received the representations of Great Britain in a conciliatory spirit. By denying the existence of the Marchand expedition he deprived the Major of the
official character which would give
the hoisting of tho flag a much more
serious aspect, aud iu spito of the contrary statements of Captain Liotard
and Major Marchand, I hope to find
that the mission of Major Mnrchaud,
conducted far from French territory,
and across territory to which France
has no claim, though other nations
have, will prove to be of a local and
not of an authoritative character.''
RUSSIAN OPINION.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 12.���The
newspapers hero urgo that tho question
of the possession of Fashoda on tho
Nile, in dispute between Great Britain
and France, be settled by   arbitration.
MARCHAND'S RETURN.
London, Oct. Ki.���Tho Paris correspondent of tho Daily Chronicle says:
"I learn that* Major Marchand's return from Fashoda by way of Cairo
lias already been arranged on both
sides.''
BOUND FOR THE PACIFIC.
THE SILVER MARKET.
New York, Oct. 12.��� Bar silver 69% i
Mexican dollars, 4-1%; silver certificates, 59% cents to G0^ conts.
Now York, Oct. 12.���The battleships
Cregon and Iowa passed Quarantine,
bound out at 1 :88 p. m. starting on
thoir long voyage to tho Pacific.
WILL MEET AT   DETROIT.
Syraonse, Oct. 12.���The International Typographical Union this
morning selected Detroit as the placo
of meeting for 1900 by a vote of 125
to eight for Toronto and four for Niagara Falls.
INDIAN WAR ENDED.
St. Paul, Oct. 12.���A Walker, Minnesota, special despatch says the Bear
island Pillager Iudiaus have surrendered aud war has been avoided. It
only remainB for terins to bo arranged
beforo the hostiles come to the agency.
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INEXHAUSTIVE QUARTZ MINKS.
Mr. P. X. Haider, a mining engineer who spent many years in South
Africa, has just returned from the
Yukon and, speaking of that country,
gives it as his opinion, after careful
investigation, that tho region is the
greatest placer ground iu the world,
but he thinks that all the gold will le
taken out in a few years and that
the country will shortly revert to its
original state of an uninhabited
wilderness. This is tho opinion The
Miner has held and expressol frequently. Placer diggings are, hut for
a time and are soon worked out. A
few may profit by theni, but the
numbers who rush to them find the
fortune they picture for themselves
very difficult if not impossible to get.
The only permanent mining is quartz
inining and, with agriculture, it is
the basis of wealth in Canada and
growing moro important every day.
If the money w hich was put into un
productive Yukon schemes, had been
invested in mining properties in
Kootenay it would not only not have
been lost, but would have been a per
manent investment giving returns
for years to come. Speedy foi tune
was the lure of the. Yukon. To be alle
to gather gold up by tho shovelfulJwns
the dream of all who went iu there.
The slow process of delving into the
rock with blast and drill was not to
he I bought of in comparison with the
easy treatment of gold bearing gravel
iu the streams of the Yukon. Yet
long after the placers of that region
aro but a recollection, (ho quartz formations iu this section of the province
will be yielding rich returns to those
foruuato enough to possess them.
A MAGNANIMOUS   REFUSAL.
There was considerable comment
yesterday on tho action of the council
in granting the free use of the fhe
hall to the congregation of the Roman Catholic church for the purpose
of holding a bazaar therein, and the
general impression was that the council would reconsider its decisiou at
the next meeting, when the confusion
which the arrangement would cause
was fully understood. But Rev. Wilfrid Ferland. of the Roman Catholic
church has rendered any further action unnecessary by magnanimously
declining to accept the use of the hall,
or rather that ho would ask the
Ladies' Aid society iu connection with
the church to withdraw tlieir request
for the use of the building. The rev-
orend gentleman explains that ho was
uot aware, when" the request was
made, that the Presbyterians had
made a similar application some time
ago and been refused, and as he believes in equal rights to all and favor
to none, as far as tho religious denominations aro concerned, he generously
relinquishes tho right to use the hall
wliich the resolution of the council
oonfersupou him. This is a very commendable view for the reverend gentleman to take, reflecting credit on his
discernment and wisdom.
This should put an end to applications for use of tho hall for any purpose which would interfere with the
proper housing of the apparatus or
ready access to it by the firemen iu
case of emergency. And the Rev. Mr.
Ferland is deserving of the thanks of
the council for preventing thc establishment of a precedent whicli might
prove awkward in the futuro. If the
city had a public hall the granting of
it free of chargo for purposes of charity would meet with general approval,
but under the circumstances the fire
hall should not bo treated as a public
building availablo for entertainments
of any kind.
General Kitchener's arrival at Fashoda seoms to have been opportune for
Marchaud in more ways than one In
the first place it relieved the Frenchman from danger of being swept away
by the Dervishes and in the second
place it saved the major from starvation. Like the Klondikers who took
n six months trip on the Ashcroft
trail with one month's provisions,
he wns out of grub when the roast beef
of old England hove in sight aud the
Frenchmen attacked it instead of the
English and with more satisfactory results.    Great people, these English.
Rov. Mr. Kottlewill, of Hamilton,
Ontario, is of the opinion lhat prohibition should be enforced in the provinces that voted for it, leaving Quebec to follow her own devices. We
think that there will not be general
response to Bro. Kettlewill's suggestion, aud it would be difficult to secure
legislation to that end. A better plan
would bo for the prohibitionists to
undertake to convert Quebec. That
would keep them busy for some years
ti come and would give the other provinces a needed rest.
It was easier for the United Statos
to make war on Spain than it is to
got a treaty of peace, but if the Spaniards knew as much about the bar-
gain-iuaking propensities of the Americans as Canadians do they would give
over tho haggling mothods of the
hand-me-down shop and invito the
conquerors to take what they want,
for they will get it, the Philippines,
Porto Rico, Cuba and anything olso
thoy fancy.
-, It is reported that Chicago men have
found great lead-silver deposits on
Great Slave lake, and the agent of a
transportation company says that
there will be a smelter there next summer. Tho Chicago parties may have
enough wind to move a blast, but
what they will lack at Great Slave
lake is coal and coke. But, of course,
Chicago could easily grapple with a
difficulty like that.
The Americans havo discovered that a small harbor charge is imposed on yachts in Great Britain and
in retaliation tliey havo enacted that
all yachts entering their harbors shall
enter and clear and pay full tonnage
dues liko a merchantman. These are
little acts of friendship which show
tho world that the two countries are
approaching   more   friendly relations.
Mr. Ogilvie, administrator of tbe
Yukon, has rounded up the gamblers
and the flues inflicted upon ��� them
amounted to $10,000. As most of these
gentry are from the United States
another roar about oppression may be
looked   for in the United States press.
Governor Tanner of Illiuios is a
dangerous man to have in a place of
authority during such a crisis as the
strike riots has brought about. Talk
such as he indulges in is not calculated to restrain lawless spirits from
violence.
A Siwash Indian up the coast bit
another and the latter died iu three
days. Whiskey is good for_snake bite,
but the only protection, if this sort of
thing goes on, is to muzzle tho whole
Siwash tribe.
Is there no mean of having able-
bodied men like Corbett and Sharkey
recruited into the American army and
sent to the front. If an insurgeut or
a fever took them off they'd never be
missed.
THE CHRISTMAS GENTLEWOMAN
An advance sheet of the Christmas
number of the Gentlewoman, published in Arundel street, Strand, London,
has been received. The Christmas
number of this magazine has always
heen looked forward to with considerable interest, but this year fresh attractions are promised.
This issue, which will be published
aboutjthe middle of November is almost
entirely written and illustrated by
Colonial writers and artists,which is a
distinct departure in the way of English journalism, and has been stamped
with the approval of many publio men.
A picture artistically executed upon
white satin will be presented with
each number, which is of course intrinsically worth more than the
charge made for the magazine itself.
^mnfmmmmmmmm!!fm^tFmm!!fmmmnrmmmm^ \ notice of assign-
���~ MENT.
Tho speech of Lord Rosebery had
the true ring about it and tho sentiments he expressed will be echoed
throughc it the kingdom. The utterances of the ex-premier, which probably express the opinion of the liberal
party,will strengthen the government,
inasmuch as it shows that the confidence of the peoplo of both shades of]
politics is with Lord Salisbury in
his attitudo regarding France. With
that spirit abroad in England, it will
be a sore day for the European people that creosses it to tho point of
war.
i ^.ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD... |
H                      Real Estate and Insurance Agent. 3
|   For  Sale,   Cheap   For   Cash |
S-              100 acres on Kootenay Lake for sale,  with   50   tons hay ^5
^E                            stacked on ground.    $1,000 cash takes it. ~-Z��
g The Birkbeck Investment,  Security %
B               and Savings Co. 3
��:   advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayable in 5 and ^
fc:                              8 years by monthly instalments. ^
I ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD, AGJT. %
Don't Let the Moss Grow on Your Feet
KEEP riOVING
Keep Abreast of the Times, That's Our Motto.
.>o..>o..>o..>o..>o^.o<..o<"C<.��.��.
Next week you will find us in our new quarters, just one door east of the
old premises, where we will lie in a better position than ever to cater to and
supply the wants of our many customers, both in the line of close prices and
prompt attention. .m.m.   r-c-r-1
WE FEEL
We have been neglecting some of our customers dining the past week, having had two carloads of goods lying at the station awaiting the completion of
our new premises before unloading, thereby causing a little delay on the part
of filling orders. However, we are pleased to say that the goods are all in our
warehouse now and next week we will havo theni on our shelves, disposable
at the same low prices as have always prevailed hero and brought our name so
prominently before the careful buyer.
To the Private Families
We would say that our stock will be the finest and most, complete in B. O. in tho line of Fancy Groceries, Iliscuits, Bottled
and Canned Goods.
To Close Buying Mining Camps
We would say that our stock is larger than ever in our line.
See our warerooins. A glance over this department will convince you that we are your money savor. Our prices are so
that we defy competition where lull weight and honest measure
is considered.    Call and get* acquainted with us anyhow.
M. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
Pursuant   lo   "Creditors  Is. ill*. Ad" uiul
AmcmlliiK Acts.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
TlumiaH W, Gray, of Nelson, British Columbia, mill owner, has, hy deed bearing date
the llitb day ot September, A. II., 18*8, assigned all Iiik personal (islate, eredits and ef-
feets which mav be seized and sold under execution, and all liis real estate, to Thomas Martindale Ward, of the said eity of Nelson, agent,
in trust, for the purpose of paying ratably and
proportionately and without preference or
priority, the creditors of Iho said Thomas \V.
Gray. Iheir just debts,
The said deed was executed by tho said
Thomas W. Gray, the assignor, and
tho said Tliomas Martindale Ward.the trustee,
on the 16th day of September, A.I). 1898. and
the said trustee has undertaken the trusts
created by the said deed.
All persons having claims against the said
Tliomas \V. Gray are required on or beforo the
6th day of October, A. I>. 181)8, lo deliver to the
said trustee full particulars of the same, duly
* verified by Statutory   Declaration,   together
I with the particulars of the security, if any,
j hold by them, and all persons indebted to the
! said Thomas VV. Grny, arc required to pay tho
i amounts due by theni to the said trustee forthwith.
|    And notice is hereby given that after tho
said lith day of October. A. I). 1898. the trusteo
' will proceed to distribute the assets among lhe
I parties  entitled   I hereto,  having regard   only
i to the claims of which he shall then nave had
| notice.
ELLIOT & LENNIE,
Solicitors for Ihe Trustee.
Dated al Ne'son. B. O.. this 16th day of  Sen
tember. A. D��� 1898.
PETER GENELLE &  CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
SSSS-SS-SSSSSS
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regulai
prices and carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
REISTERER & CO.,
Blowers of Fine Lager
Heer and I'orter.
Drop in   and see   us.
NELSON.
B. O.
HILLINERY AND
DRESSHAKINQ
Foi'   New   Goods, Gloves,
Laces, Silks, Drapes, Corsets call on
Mrs. McLaughlin,
JOSBPOINB BT.
NELSON1
OFFICE AND YARD C.  P.  R.  STATION     .    .    .
A.   E.   YOUNG, AGENT.
NOW IS THE WINTER OF OUR DISC0N-
CONTENT MZLDE GLORIOUS SUMMER
ALEX. STEWART,
���tr.tl.   ESTATE  AM)   INSURANCE   w;i;\r|
IIIIMil  TO I.O��\ AT (I I'ER (DM.
IMI UPWARDS-
PRIVATE AND COMPANY FUNDS.
Valuable Baker Street and  other ex-|
ccllent property for sale.
Olilce Turner -Knei l.ll Itlfll'k.  Nelson.  D. C.|
BY USING
Stewart's Heaters
COAL AND WOOD
A carload of Coal Heaters direct from
the Factory to arrive on Friday.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
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West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
Camps supplied on shortest notice and Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meals and supplies
kept in stock.
Markets nt Nelson and Ymir.
E. C. TRAVES      -      Manager.
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Official Directory,
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Church op England���Matin iin.ni.; KvctI
Song. 7.:<0p in. ovcry Bandar. Holy Cnmmiin-I
ion on 1st mid Iini Sundays in tlio month afteri
Mid ins; on 2nd and Ith Sundays, nt 8 a.m |
Sunday^School at 8.80 p.m, Rov, II. s. Ako
hurst. Rector.   Cor Ward and Silica Rtreets.
Pbkbbvtrrian Church���Bervloeaat ii a.mi
and  7.:S0   p.m.     Sunday Scliool at 2.110 p,L_
Prayer mooting Thursday evening at 8 n.m.l
Christian Kndeavor Society meets every Moiil
day  evening   at 8   o'clock.     Rev.  R.  Frcu|
Pastor,
Methodist Churoh���Corner silica
Josephine Stroets, Services at lla.ni. and
p. in. ; Sabbath School, 2.80 p.m.: Prayor meetl
inn on Friday evening at. 8 o'clock; KpwortT
Loaguc c, E., Tuosday at 8 a.in. Hev. Johi|
Itobson, Poslor.
Catholic Ciiuhcii���Mush at Nelson, lir.J
and third Sunday al Sand 10.00 a.m.; Iloncdi'l
lion at 7.30 to 8 p.m. Hev. Father Kerlnni/
Priest.
Baptist Churoh ��� Services morning an)
evening at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayer mciT
ing Wednesday evoning at 8 p.m.; Meet iu.l
aro held In the school house. Si rangers cordj
ally welcomed.   Rov. G. R. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Army���Services every cvenii]
nt 8 o'cloek in barracks on Victoria stree]
Ad i ui aul Millner in charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NELSON LODGK, No. 23. A. F. Sc.,
M. mcots second Wednesday in ca.|
month.   Visiting brothren invitod.
G. L. Lennox, Secretary.]
I. O. O. F. Kootenay IMgt
No. Ki, meets ovory Monday niglf
at   thcii   Hall,  Kootonay Bfe(|
Sojourning Odd Follows cordially Invited.
A. II. Clements, N, G.       Fred J Squires, Ser|
NKLSON   LODGK  No. 25, K. of
meets in Castlo hall, McDonald blol
jvory second and fourth Tuesday ov*
ing nt. 8 o'clock.   All visiting kniglf
cordially invited,
R. G. Jov, C. C.
18201 Geo. Ross K. of R. and S.|
NKLSON   LODGE,   I. O. G. T.      Mcots
Castlo Hall, McDonald lllock, ovcry Monij]
evoning al 8 o'clock.   Visit ing Tomplahii'
dlally Invited, John Telford,
Chief Tomphii|
J. K. Jucobson   Sc
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
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,
^SS-%,       NELSONS   QUKKN    NO.   .
�� \i\   SONS     OE     ENGLAND,   mil
second and fourth Wednesday
each iniiul li at K. of P. Hall, V|
Donald Hlock,   cor. Vornon
        Josephine Htroets.   Visiting brij
rn cordially invited.        Ehnkst Kino,
>'nam. H. Farrow, Worthy Prcsidil
Secretary.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 n,<\
1st and 3rd Wednesday in each month in ,
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. S. C. R.;'
Green. C.R.: J. Purkiss, Secy.
630
NKLSON LODGE, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., ir|
every  Thursday in tho I.O.O.F.  hall.    Cf
Williams, M.W.:  W S Smith, Reo.-Seo.;Jl
Driscoll, Financier F. J Soulre. Receiver
P. M. W.
NELSON L.O.L. No. 1092 mooU in the j
Donald block every Thursday evsning I
o'clock. Visiting members cordially inT.'l
John Toyo W.M.; F. J. Brudley, R.S. ���a
THE MiMER, thUrsBAV, ocfoBER ij, iS98.
1ST HAVE TH ILL1
CITY AND VICINITY,   i PERSONAL   MENTION
The Americans Demand the
Islands.
Philipp
me
SPANIARDS   SURPRISED
It is Said Spain Will Demand the Intervention   of  the   Power-i if  the
States   Insist-
Now York, Oct. 12.���A copyrighted
despatch to the New York Journal
nnd Advertiser from Rome, says:
"Tho Spanish ambassador informs the
Now York Journal representative that
Spain will demand the intervention
of thn groat] powers if the United
States insist mi Iho annexation of the
entire Philippines."
A Madrid despatch to the Herald
says: "The latost reports from Senor
Montero Rios are that he is surprised
at the demands of the American commissioners, which means that the
Americans have asked fnr the whole of
the Philippines. Only under protest
will anything he conceded, Imt Spain
seeks to the utmost to retain the Viz-
cayas and Mindanao."
PEAOE COMMISSIONERS   FETED.
Paris, Oct. 13.���The peace commissioners at 5 o'clock today engaged in
its first function outside of purely
diplomatic lines. The Figaro, at the
hall of its building, entertained the
members of both commissions with a
staue performance in which Ooqnelin,
Lois Fuller and others took part, which
wns witnessed by tho Spanish ambassador, Senor Leon y Castillo; the
United States ambassador, Qeneral
Horace Porter, and about two hundred
representatives of Paris society, in addition to the members of both peace
commissions. Tho occasion wns informal and pleasing, being similar to
several such entertainments given
annually by thc Figaro to notable persons.
THE AMERICAN   FLAG
Santiago dc Ouba,    Oct.
spatch from Manzauillo to
the   Associated Press here,
the American tlag is   flying
city.    The   mayor   and coll
had     both   received
to turn over their offices to the Americans except under protest, and   iu   the
oflice of the collector was found a cable
message from Senor Montero, the chief
of customs at   Havana, notifying   him
that the   military   occupation   of  the
Americans    was    not   to affect the
civil   administration,    which   is   still
under the autonomy  government and
to remit   regularly all funds to Havana
by   trusted   messengers.    The   mayor,
or   alcalde, had   similar    instructions
from the minister of justice, but   Col-
| oh el Hay, the American military com-
[ mander  at  Mansanillo,   immediately
suspended   the protesting officials and
I temporarily     appointed     others.    Not
a   cent,   however,   was   found in tho
[treasury.
PAINFUL RUMORS.
Madrid, Oct. 12.���The rumors which
jihave been published here as to the at-
Ititude of the United States peace com-
Iniisioners aro described as having
Caused a painful impression, especially the reported decision of the Amer-
iican commissioners not to recognize
lhe Cuban and Porto Rican debts.
FLYING.
12.���A de-
the oflice of
says   that
over that
itor there
instructions   not
Condensed News of the Eappenings of the
Week In and Arouad  Our Busy
(ity and  Kootenxy.
T. G. Proctor is back from a trip to
East Kootenay.
A. J. McKay, representing Brad-
streets, left for the east yesterday af
ternoon.
E. W. Turner and Jolrti Bull left
for Rosslnnd on yesterday evening's
train.
The reverberatory furnace at the
Hall Mines smelter will start up today.
Beer Bros., the financial agents
have taken offices iu the Victoria
block, corner of Baker and Josephine
streets.
J. R. McKinnon left yesterday evening for Lardeau country to inspect
some properfios in which ho is interested.
Mrs. McCune, wife of A. W. McCune, manager of the Payne mine,
left yesterday morning on a visit to
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Work on the vein on the Exchequer
property ou Toad Mountain has been
begun in a new place. Ore taken
from the new workings hns returned
an assay of |24!i per ton.
There are two vacancies in the staff
of the provincial jail here which have
not yet been filled by the government, both R. Ince and R. Liddell
having left.
H. Curtis, architect, has quite recovered from his attack of typhoid
fever, and is attending to business
as usual. Mr. Curtis is in charge of
tho buildiug of the new Catholic
church.
Richard Godfrey has bought the
Clarke house from Mrs. Clarke. Mr.
Godfrey, who has been sometime in
British Columbia'looking for a suitable investment, conies hero from
Wardner.
John Monseu, a Swede from Brooklyn, dieu yesterday evening from typhoid fever at Dr. LaBau's hospital.
The man was dying when brought
tothe hospital,and his recovery was at
uo time  possible.
Mrs. Jennings was brought m last
night on the steamer Nelson and taken
to Dr. LaKan's hospital suffering
from injuries which are the result, it
is alleged, of an assault upon her hy a
bar-tender at Kuskonook.
Rev. Dr. Spencer, pastor of the
First Baptist church, Brantford, Out.,
and superintendent of missions for
British Columbia is in the city and
will hold special services in the Baptist church here for eight days, commencing next Sunday morning.
Lawrence Cavanagh has boen
brought to the provincial jail by Provincial Constable T. DesBrisay, sentenced to six months imprisonment for
stealing an overcoat. This is the
man whose detection hy Provincial
Constable J Forrester was recounted in
a previous issue of The Miner.
The corporation of tbe city of Nelson is at last provided with an up-
to-date "Black Maria" Chief of Polico McKinuon yesterday afternoon
found a drunk ou the streets iu a
state of collapse. He accordingly
had him wheeled up to the jail in a
wheel barrow.
G. E Martin of Kaslo is iu town on
legal business.
M. H. Cowan, the contractor, has
returned from Spokane.
Captain Mnlldorfer, assayer at the
Athabasca mine is at the Humo.
W. A. Carlyle is in Ymir examining
properties ou behalf of the B. A. C.
A. Jackson, chief engineer of the
Spokane Falls & Northern railway,
is at the Phair.
T. Oppenheiiner, member of the
Vancouver firm of Oppenheinier Bros.,
is registered at the Phair.
. G. R. Mickle, professor of metallurgy at Toronto University and who
recently bonded the Yellowstone mine
for fiiO.OOO is at the Hume.
J. A. Turner returued from Spokane
yesterday. Mrs. Turner is unfortunately not able to return for a week
or ten days owing to the serious illness of her son.
Among those registered at the Phair
are E. H. Wilsou and M. J. Farrell,
Butte; E C. Egan, Fort Steele; A.
G. Stephen, Macleod, and F. Stephen,
Victoria.
Among the arrivals at the Queen's
are C. J. Murray, Mike Cohill, Port
Hill; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mcintosh,
Spokape; J. B. Bright, H. Bright and
R. H. Dickson, Macleod.
Among those registered at the Hume
aro A. McKay^ Vancouver; C Parsons, Montreal; E. C. Jennings. Victoria ; A. McCully, Spokane; C. Vi.
McArthur, Ymir; W. H Wale. Kuskonook; C. A. Irving, Oro; M. R.
Johnsoon, Wiuuipeg, and J. Lillie,
Sandon.
GREAT BARGAINS
IN MACKINTOSHES.
���������������������
Having- purchased a large job lot of Mackintoshes
and Waterproof Coats, cheap for cash, I will for
the next 30 days sell them off below wholesale
Prices. This is a rare opportunity to secure goods
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
THEO.    MADSON.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
W. A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
<^-REAL ESTATE BROKER   ^>
��� ��������������������������--�����
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.
THE SLOCAN  EDITOR.
The Slocan is a hard place upon
newspaper men. The climate causes
such a keen appetite that it is difficult
to keep it iu subjection. There are
uo farmers in the country to bring in
turnips, pork squash and other agricultural luxuries for subscriptions.
The dealer in wood has no conscience
and everything plays the limit in
price. The people are indifferent to
local papers. Most of them do not
care whether they have a paper in
their midst or not. A few are public-
spirited enough to assist the press,
while tho rest imagine that editors
live on ozone and water. If the Slocan peoplo were to become imbued
with a more generous spirit towards
their local press the outside world
could be touched for untold thousands
in the way of investments. A country
I in judged ou the outside by its pa-
I pers. If they are fat and well dressed
I with live ads the folks at a distance
naturally infer that the people supporting them are enterprising and up-
to-date. If, on the other hand, they
are lean and marked with tho staiu
of poverty, a corresponding effect goes
with them. It would bo better for a
eommuni ty to kill all its half-starved
rags than to have them go out to the
world looking as though their editors
lived on the sweat of cookhouse windows and slept in ash barrels.���Sandon
Paystreak.
FLEEING FROM YELLOW FEVER.
Jaeksou, Miss., Oct. 12.���People are
Inking health officer Purci-H's advice
Iiud leaving for the north. It seenii
Impossible to check the spread of yellow fever. Three new cases so far
liavo been roportod today.
hen Her Heart is Set on It
sure to obtain just what
A notice will be observed elsewhere
that no passengers will, until further
notice, he taken over the Crow's Nest
Pass railway west of Cranbrook. The
reason for this is, that though there
is a regular service enst of that point,
the arrangements for a regular passenger service botween Craubrook and I while she continued to put up
Kootenay lake, will not be   completed  meals."'
THE   COUNTY  COURT.
Tho case of Crittenden vs. Collins
came up beforo his honor Judge Forin
yesterday morning, ill which the
plaintiff mado an application under
the Overholdiug Tenants act,to put the
dofendilut out of possession. It appeared in evidence that there was an
agreement between the parties whereby the plaintiff, the lessee of the Ross
house at Ymir, agreed to lease his
hotel to Mrs. Collins,   the defendant,
''good
NELSON MARKETS.
The following aro the prices of groceries, provisions,etc., as quoted by our
local dealers. It is the intention of
The Miner to have these prices corrected every week by trustworthy dealers, so that residents of the city and
others may be informed as to the cost
of living in the city :
Flour.
Ogllvic's Hungarian per 50 lb Hack.. 1 75
Lake of the Woods        " .. 175
Snow Flake per 50 lb sack  150
Gralu
Wheat*cr ton  32 00<!?35 00
Bran per ton  20 00(��;22 00
Ground teed per 'on  20 00(f��28 00
Cornlwholel      "        2<i0O(t28 0O
Corn (cracked)   "        27 00(it30 00
Oals "        30 00W32 00
Oatmeal per 10 Its       10��    50
Holled oats (B & Kl  05
Rolled oats (U Sc K) 81b sack  40
Feed.
Hay (baled) per ton  19 00(S20 00
Vegetables.
Potatoes per 100 lbs    1 00@ 1 25
Beets per lb  21
Cabbage per lb  2*
Cauliflower per lb  2}
Onionspei'lb  03
Cucumbers  05
Fith.
Salmon (smoked) per lb      12j<a
Oysters (Olympian) per qt	
Oysters (Eastern) por tin	
Cod per Ib	
Halibut por II.      12R*
Smelts per lb     12j@
Far Mi I'roil 11 re.
Eggs per doz	
BuUcr (Creameryl       25(8
1 Butter (Dairy)       20<g
Cheese (Canadian)       13��
Cheese  Swiss)       20@
Meals.
Ham (American) por lb	
Ham (Canadian) per lb	
Bacon (American,) perlh	
Bacon (Canadian) per lb       11��
Bacon (rolled) per lb       12��
Bacon (long clear) per lb	
Shoulders per lb	
Lord per lb	
Boet per lb        8@
Mutton per lb       10(��
Veal per lb       15(<o
Perk per lb      12JO
Fruit.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
��� woman   is
|ie wnnts.
The Perfection Cook Stove which is
ir lender this season, is just tho one
delight the good housekeeper,
[tsconstruction is perfect. It pro-
.ices flic greatest amount of heat
>ui the smallest quantity of fuel and
ere are few parts liahle to break or
t out of order. It is one of the best
rves on the market at the price.
for a short time to come,
D. C. McKenzie representing A. H.
Lougheed & Co., high elass tailors, of
Toronto, and nlso Cummings & Sellers, furriers, has opened up a sample
room at the old stand occupied by the
Queen Shoe store on Ward street. He
is ready to supply both ladies and
gentlemen with the latest styles in the
above lines. A speciality is made of
dyeing and repairing all kinds of fur
goods.   *
Arthur Brown, F. G. S., who represents a Liverpool firm wliich has
acquired the rights of a new process
for treating zinc ores, has been spending some time in this country for the
purpose of acquiring suitable properties. Mr. Brown, who is now in
Kaslo, is expected in Nelson at the
eud of the week. He will spend a few
days here before returning to the old
eountry.
J. J. Henuessy is in Spokane again,
He went to Dawson and wns there
ovor six weeks. He prospected the
country round but found nothing that
looked good enough for him. Tho
couutry is a hard one to prospect.' He
went in weighing 185 pounds and
came out weighing 145 pounds. During his stay at Dawson thero were
auction sales almost daily of mining
locations. Ho saw oue sold for 112.50
iwhieh cost |15 for recording fees, and
tlie highest prico paid was about $800.
Men wore selling for anything they
could get to enable them to leavo the
country. The stench at Dawson after a rain is enough to make a man
throw up his dinner every time.
importers ot
flints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
W. A. Galliher, counsel for the
plaintiff, contended that this constituted n tenancy at will, which had
been terminated by the action ol the
applicant. Judge F��rin held that
thero was such a color of right existing in favor of the defend ant, that it
would not be proper to disturb her on
an application under this act. The
question of right should be tried elsewhere. W. A. McDouald, Q. O, appeared for the defendant.
The sitting of the county court,
which has lasted eight days, has now
come to an end. There are, however,
a number of cases wliich have been referred to chambers, and some questions of accounts which will be gone
into before tho registrar.
COMMUNICATIONS.
USE OF THE   FIRE HALL.
IN THE BALL FIELD.
Oct. 12.���At Baltimore���Baltimore
2, New York 1. Second game���Baltimore 2, New York fi.
At Brooklyn���Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 2.
At Washington���Washington 10,
Boston 1.
At Pittsburg���Pittsburg 9, Cleveland 1. Second game���Pittsburg 2,
Cleveland 5.
To tho Editor of The Miuer:'
Sir:���Anent the resolution of the
city couucil of yesterday's, granting
the use of the Fire Hull to the Ladies'
Aid society of the Catholic church for
the purposo of holding n bazaar therein, I wish to state that I was totally
unawnro that tho same favor had been
refused to tho Presbyterian church.
I have nlso reason to behevo thnt the
Ladies Aid society wns in the same
state of mind.
In order to avoid any preference be-
iug shown to auy particular religious
denomination and in order that equal
rights should bo granted to all and
special privileges to none, I. with the
deepest gratitude to those who supported the application and the kindliest feelings towards those who thought
it their duty to oppose it, have requested the Ladies Aid society to ask
the oity council to reeousidor the matter.   Yours truly,
WILFRID FERLAND,
Rector.
Bananas por doz  40��
Lemons (California) per doz  35��
Oranges (California seedlings)  10��
Melons (each)  25��
Crab apples per lb	
Apples	
Tomatoes  08��
Grapes  12J
Poaches	
Pears (Bartletts)  08
Pears (small green)  OB
Plums (greengage)	
Plums  04
25
80
25
17i
30
15
15
15
lli
lli
12
12!
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15
18
18
15
60
10
50
IIO
05
01
10
15
08
10
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115
05
NOTICE,
Until further notico no passengers will be
carried over the line of the Crow s Nest Pass
railway between Kuskonook and Cranbrook.
BY ORDER.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will ho received by the Hudson's
Bay Co. up till noon on Saturday, Oct. 22 for
the construction of a brick and stone building,
three st orv and basement, on lots at corner of
Baker and Stanley streets.
Plans and specifications may bo seen at the
Hudson's Bay Stoics. N. T. MACLEOD
FOUND.���A silver spoon brooch with inscription. Owner can havo it on identification
and paying for advertisement. Apply at this
office.
(AIMM. MFIME., M Min. Assoc Cornwall)
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
FOR BUILDING UP
the strength of thc 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
of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. Vou will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Opposite Phair Hotel,
NELSON, B.C.
P. O. BOX 583.
Extended experience in Chile and German
South Africa. Assays and analysis of ores.
Reports and valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mino plans kept
up by contract.
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I 4 NELSON CAFE. 4 f
��� First Class in every respect ���
y    Do you want a good Square meal for     X
X
TRY THE   NELSON   CAFE X
A
DINNER 12 TO 8      t
25 CENTS?
Eastern  Oysters x
received daily T
Cooked Any Style.     J
������������������������������������ ������������������������������'���.���I
a. Y. HOSHI - Proprietor. I
���������������������������������-����� �������������.������**-����������� ���
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.  .  .
liroken lllll Block Baker St.
FOR SPOKANE FRUIT FAIR.
The Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway will sell excursion tickets to Spokane for one fare for round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct. 3rd to 15th inclusive, good returning within five
days. All tickets purchased on or
after Oct. 12th will lie limited to the
17th. The fare for round trip from
Nelson is $9.50.
#J. Harry Nickerson*
WATCHMAKER and
JEWELER ���*������������
Josephine St. Opposite Clarke Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
Subscribe for The Miner
One Year
Half Year
One riouth
$10.00
$5.00
$1.00
MISCELLANEOUS
MUSIC LESSONS. ��� On piano oritnn or
Kuiiiir, by Mrs. \V. J. Astley, Hobson street
two doors west of Stanley.   P. O. Box 13U.
WANTED���8 (Irst class solicitors at on cc,
none others need apply. Standard Publishing
Co,. Baker St 3 doors from Bank of B. C.
Nelson, 11. O.
WANTED���A waiter. Apply betwoen 11
and 12 in thc morning to the Steward, Nelson
Club. 133
Old papers at Thk  MINER office.   25 cente
por hundred. THE MINER  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898.
MR. CHAMBERLAIN SAILS
Spent A Very Pleasant Vacation in America.
OOULD NOT COME WEST
He Doubted the Accuracy   ofthe Report
Thit Britain Would Ohange Her
Foreign Policy.
New York, Oct. 12.���Hon. Joseph
Chnnberlain, British sooretary of
state for tbe colonies, with his wife
and daughter, who have beeu visiting
the Endicotts in Massachusetts, sailed
for England today, on board the
White Star steamer Majestic. Mr.
Chamberlain said that until he had
oonferred with the governor of Jamaica, he could not discuss the troubles
existing in the West Indies. He said
that his vacation, had been a very
pleasant one nnd that he was sorry
that he had been unable to make a tour
of the west, as he had intended. Asked
if he thought Marchand to be simply
an irresponsible French adventurer of
the same type as Jamieson, Mr. Chamberlain said that from the cablegrams
he had read in the American newspapers, hre did not think so, because
according to these despatches the
French government seems to have
acknowledged him. '' If the cablegrams
are correct," he added, "then Marchand is a French agent. I will find
that out definitely when I get back to
England.''
Before the steamer sailed Mr.
Chamberlain said that the news that
Great Britain intended a radical
change iu her foreign policy may be
true, but that he knew nothing about
such an important move and that ho
is inclined to doubt the accuracy of
the report.
NEW LOCATIONS.
Nrlson.
Oct 6���
Flamingo���L. Livingstono, 4000 ft
from Barrett ck, adj McDonough on n
W. formerly North Star.
Oct. 7.���
Paquita Fractional���F, Grantham
n Tamarao mt, 1 mi e of N. &. F.
S. railway formerly Grimes fractional.
Loth���August Zoelliner, on s side
of e fk of Rover ck, formerly Red Cap.
Rio Tinto���H.   M. Billings, 1 ini   e
of forks of Sheep   and   Wolf  cks,   adj
Yosemite on e.
Oct. 8.���
Majestic���J. J. Strutzel, ou u fork
of Devils ck, about 'S% mi s e of Erie
and 4 mi w of Salmon river, adj
Sappho on s w.
Sappho���W. L. McDonald, same,
same.
Gold King���Oie Eversou, 11 mi w
of Iron rat on divide bet Big Sheep
ck and Lost ck.
Wolf���G. R. Mickle at junction
of Wolf and Sheep cks, 11 mi s e of
Salmo, adj Yellowstone ou w.
Malwaaz���H. E. T. Haultain, same,
adj Yellowstone oil n.
Shamrock���G. L. McKenzie, 1*U mi
e of Six Mile ck, adj Slippery Bill on
mr, formerly Rheta.
Oct. 10.���
Hobson���Ansdrew Sostad, nt head of
Whiskey ck, on n fork of Salmon
river, adj Norway on n.
Red Cloud���Same, Same, formerly
Klondike
Gold Drop���On 2nd n branch of
Sproule ck, 7 mi rjm Kootenay
river.
Toronto��� J. Tyner, ou u fork of
Wild Horse ck, " adj Eliso formerly
Niagara.
Rob Roy���Charles Cameron, on n
side of Hall ck, 1 mi from Hall Siding adj Doblio on n w.
Vermont���F. S.   Algiers, on w   fork
of  Rover  ck,   8}�� mi    of   Kootenay
river, adj Hungry Mau ou e
Oct. 11.���
Black Hawk���W. Baker, 8)t mi u
of Y'mir and % mi e of Salmon
river adj Independence on w.
Toronto���Same, same.
Independence���H. O'Donuell, same,
adj City of Paris on s.
Dexter���Sauie, sa me, adj Black
Hawk on s.
Noble Five-W. Riley, E. Broad-
foot, J. Walbheser aud J. A. Benson,
ot forks of Sheep nnd Wolf cks adj
Yellowstone on n.
Tiger���J. W. Smith, on u side f
and 2 mi up Wild Horse ck, formerly
Kangaroo.
Eclipse���W. TomUusoii, 2 mi n of
Ymir mine, and 5 mi n of N. & F.
S. railway.
Piccadilly | A. J. McMillan, same,
ndj Eclipse.
War Spite���W. Shackletou on u side
of Sheep ck, % mi above junction
of Wolf and Sheep cks, adj Thunderer
on n.
Kitohener���A. Thom, on Toad mt
at headwaters of Sandy ck, adj Tiger
on w.
Badger���J. B. Thompson, A. Jeffreys, on w fork of Rover ck, 8Jjj mi
from mouth adj Hungry Man on n.
Oot  12.���
Big Thing���J. W. Morris on side of
Big Sheep ck, 1 mi from ck and 6 mi
e of  Salmo.
Gold Hill���P. H. Peterson, bet Lost
and Sheep cks adj Anetta en s formerly Van Ness.
Sunrise���G. A.. Johnstone on e side
of Lower Arrow Lake. 1 mi from
Deer Park, adj Silver Tip on n for
merly Old Maid.
Gerald F. Fraction���J. McLutchie,
near headwaters of Eagle ck adj Star
(n n May Flower ou s, Trumpet on
i) aud Florence G on w. J^iH
THEY  ARE CANADIANS.
Beaton and Knappen, two of the
newspaper men who distinguished
themselves by rushing into the thick
of the fight with the United States
troops ugaiust tho savage Indians in
Minnesota on Wednesday, were Canadians. Beaton, tho Minneapolis Tribune man, whose Christian name is
Kenneth, was born in Orillia, Ont.
He is a son of D. J. Beaton, who for
years was associated with W. F. Lux-
ton, ou the Winnipeg Free Press. Ho
himself worked on tho Free Press until
about fivo years ago when he went
across the border to seek a wider field
of labor. Ho found the object of liis
search aud mado good use of it. He
was about 25 years of age.
Knappen, the Times man, whose
Christian name is Harry, was born in
eastern Canada and lived with an
uncle iu Winnipeg, who was engaged
in the hotel business during the boom
days.
A LINGERING DEATH.
The London Medical Journal publishes the report of Dr. Ciuel of Paris,
asserting that guillotining does not
Immediately aft'ect the brain. The
French doctor says tho blood first
conies from the larger vesels of the
neck aud thero is hardly any drain upon the circulation in tho cranium.
Tho brain ho adds finds nourishment,
for hours after decapitation, during
which timo the person decapitated
retains his or her souses of hearing
smelling and seeing. Absolute doath,
Dr. Cinol claims does not ensue for
throo hours. Thus it is pointed out,
guillotining, instead of being speedy,
is one of the most prolonged and horrible   forms   of   capital    punishment.
W. W. Beer   G. Frank Beer
BEER BROS.
Financial   Agents.
ROOM   I
Victoria Block
Cor. Baker & Josephine Sts.,
NELSON        - B. C.
OFFICES  TO   LET.
Aberdeen    Block   and
Victoria Block.
STORES   TO    LET
Victoria Block, facing-
Josephine  Street.
ANAD1AN
Pacific
and   SOO-1'ACIFIC LINE
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To Eastern and European Points.
To   Pacific  Coast, China,  Japan
ancl 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 points
11.40 p.m. -Leaves���NELSON���Arrives-lO.jOp.m
Kdiilciiny Lake���Knslo Untile.
Stb. Kokanee
ICxsopt Sundny, Except Sunday
4   p.ni.���Leaves���NELSON���Arrives���11   a.m
Ikiiolrnny Hlver (tonic.
Stb. Nelson.
Except Sundny Except Sunday
7 a.m.���Leaves���NKLSON --Arrives--jf'.80 p.m.
Outward connection Pilot liny w\kn Str. Kokanee, but Inward such connoctlon is not guaranteed.
Steamers on their respective routes call at
principal Landings In both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Trains  In nnd from Slocan Illy. 8andon
mul Hlornii   l.iiKc  Poinls.
(Sundays ExQopted)
9 a. m.-Lcaves-NELSON-Arrtves���2.20 p. m.
Ascertain Rates
and (ull information by addressing nearest
local agent, or GEO. S. BEER, City Ticket
Agont, Nelson,
JOHN HAMILTON, Agent, Nelson
XV. F. ANDERSON, E. J. COYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agent,      Dist Pass. Agent,
NclBon Vancouver
4  BUY IT.   4
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley Nelson
Thomson Stationery Co Nelson
Canada Drug & Book Oo. Nelson
Hotel Hume News Stand Nelson
1898       PROVINCIAL     1898
Exhibition
under thc direction of
The Royal Agricultural and Industrial
Society of British Columbia.
OCT. 5 to 13 Inclusive
6Stt9S959����SAii��ie��e9S969eS-S9e9��
-AT-
New Westminster
In conjuctioii wilh tho
Citizens' Grand Yearfu (efebration
$18,000 ��� "�����$18,000
The Premium List is the Largest
ever offered West of Toronto.
Pyro-Spectacular Bombardment of  Santiago
de Cuba and Blowing up of the "/lalne."
Followed by an up-to-date Kiro Works Display,
which has been specially secured for Four
Nights at nu enormous expense
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle fleet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.  Open to the World.
The Finest Bunds in the Province
will provide Music.
Special mtes over all Railway and
Steamboat Lines
No entrance fees charged f i Ex-
hihi's.
Premium Lists, Ent.rv Forms, and
full informiition on application to
MAYOR OWENS W. II. EDMONDS.
Chairmun Cel. Coin. Secy. Cel. Com.
T. J. TRAPP, ARTHUR MALINS,
Pres. R. A. & I. Soc.      Secy. R. A. & I. Soc.
W. H. KEARY,
Exhibition Commissioner.
TRUNKS
^TRAVELLING*
TRUNKS
A Large  Variety  below  the
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
LIMITED ld'22
3STELSOIST
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed tenders, properly endorsed, will be ro-
ceived bv the Hon., tne Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works up to noon of Wodncsday,
the 12th instant for tho erection and completion of a Land Registry Office at Nelson. 11. C.
Drawings, specifications and conditions of
tender and contract may be seen at tho office
of Ewart Sc Carrie, architects, Nelson.
The lowest or auy tender will not necessarily
be accepted.
O. Q. DENNIS,
Government Agent,
Nelson, B. C.
Dated Oct. 5th, 1898.
NOTICE  OF   ASSIGNMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John
Charles Tom, trading as Tailor and
Clothier, at the town of Golden, in the Province of British Columbia, has by deed dated
tho flrst day of October, 1898, assigned to ine
all his personal es'atc, crcdilsanderTecU which
may be seized and sold under execution, nnd
all his real estate for tho general benefit of his
creditors, pursuant to tho " Creditors 'lirust
Deeds Act."
A meeting of the creditors will be held at my
office in the said town of Golden, on Saturday,
the 22nd day of October, at Ihe hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, for the giving of directions with reference to tho disposal of tho
estate
All crodllors are requested to forward full
particulars of their claims, duly verified, lo mo
on or liefore tbe fifteenth day of November.
1898. after which dale I shall proceed lo distribute tho assets among tho parties entitled
thereto, having regard only lo the claims of
which I shall then have had notice.
Dated at Golden, B  C, October lst, 1898.
K. A. HAGGKN.
Financial Agent, Goldon,
Trustee.
NELSON
SODA  WATER FACTORY.
TELEPHONE KO. 31.
Manufacturers of ���
Alt. CARBONATED WATERS.
THE FIRST TRIAL
of our Clothing is geuorally sufficient tp
make a life long customer.
We don't oiler our goods below cost,
because we havo no desire to lose
money. We sell ut prices which nro
sufficient lo pny for good material and
good workmanship. The sizo und varioty of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as lo style and fit. Indeed we nro particular on theso points.
Wo rather loso n salo than permit unsatisfactory garment* to leave tho
store.
These values cannot be surpassed.
- - J. A. GILKER - -
P. O. STORE.
69*ttS��9tt9e9ttSttStt9tt9UStt9��9e969S9*S9i
<^? PRESERVING JARS *n>
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOL1CA & STONE WARE
X
Tea Pots all Sizes
Butter Crocks
Halcyon Hot Springs Water Aerated and
Supplied to the Trade.
Milk Pitchers
Bowls
Pie and Pudding Dishes.
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ... .
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIGHT
Fresh Fruit anil Vegetables Every Morning.
Special attention to Mail orders.
Kirkpatrickand Wilson,
Baker St.     Tel. io.
3sr:E"W  *   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 b O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and Qeneral Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public, Etc...
FOR SALE ^.^^vxvtA
Corner Lot on Vernon St., with Building;.   12 Lots in Block
���UF���Cheap.    2 Lots (.'or. Josephine and Robeon. ���
FOR /?����r___^VM.vvw��
2 Lots and Dwelling near Cor Stanley  St,  on  Observatory
St., 812 per month.   Dwelling on Silica 8t., near Cedar St.J
$20 pel' iiionlh.    House and 2 Lots, Houston St.   $15 niont.lij
Call and see our full list of property for sale in   "Hume'T
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
We have Two Claims on Hover Creek For Sale, cheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street, NELSON,  B.
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia busine:.
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
%*���*%/%** >%i%.'%>%%>%+i%%i%*i%i
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B.
HOTEL    HUMEj
ttor. SHarb & Denton ��te.
ftldscm... *OB. cl
Finest Hotel in the Interior.
Steam Heat and Electric Light in every room.
Large Sample rooms for Commercial  Travellers.    Rates Reasonable
H. D. HUME, MANAQi
PABST
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BOHEfllAN
��        A Trial   will   convi
that the World's  Lead
Beer loses none of its g
qualities by  being  bottf
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVl

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