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Wm JBttter.
PnbUsbad Dally ex'oepi Sunday.
Twt Hw�� Pbintino ft Pdbubhiho
' Urn lafrluiiLTTY.
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THE MI^R��#^pjfl>Ay, OCttO&ER *, 1858.
���&.
Co.,
IrbOt * no* one, 1>nt
Wm, thrtmgh Ito
action wa^;;tak**iri. r,$^ jf^tioB'af,.
the  jpaerions    govenm-taih    '*o'' tar
as can  be gathered,   was   to    open
on    establishment    of    thfs  character   at  Victoria,   bttt   it    is   plain
OOMMUNlCAnoNauUiejCdltornuutithfrt sneh an arrangement-woald itot
aooompanlsd by the name and- address j ^    odtt^fiitot.    The  desire    of  the
Ol the witter, ttot necessarily for publloa- , ,.+_,, 9
toTtatMeVldenceofgoodhiU.. , prions government to centralise. i|ot
OM&i -        ���������*. ��� ijjnly provincial but distriot affairs at
Wl-nmnioK BaT*8 file oa|d��ltaay hare nwt wi��i the ap-
proval of. the island, bnt to the mainland' tha arrangement has proved an-
noying add irksome. Matters whioh
ban.be,settled in the districts where
their arise shonld be so settled,without
baving to be referred to the capita), involving delay ahd expense -which conld
easily be avoided.
Oonaidiring, these   difficulties   of
, time aUd^Httsnee,- it is obviows that
tfro proJKr' piao* for * school of wines
Fw
Vk&r, imt math by carrier
a*riB*Dthby mail.;
ner half year by mall
W*T**r	
peryear,foreign... ..
.��ioo
;. t��
.. 500
.. 1000
.. ISOO
.,    WKBpLY MlNSlt.
Weekft per half year...	
��� .ntajtntT*.,..,,,.��� ��� ���������
'���      .peryear,foreign .....:.V....
8ajM0rtpUoasla.-rarlaWr.ln advanoc. ,
Notieea of 8l��hv   Deaths, aad Marriages
Inserted tor Maantt each.
.. sot
AtfvjttM nt**** mada-kaawafa application i tne proper piaoe ior-a sonoqi oiminea
Tli *&iir MtadigaNKfistilnf C* "���ig in &%**-*ri��*ds* district, where it wonld
NiileoN.��. c.
**�� AttMnaua.    .,.
'*    ' -'   .':' 1  '        - 'V ','
gr 4 rttoefc p.a. la
af
tn Ike Mb* kr
THS COUBT SOUSE.
It is nnderstcoa that the former 'got-
eminent set- aside the Snm of |S0W*to
make necessary alterations in the court
honse in W* M-fty AU grants and
projeoted v-torke fcfl with tbe go**'
eminent and unless something be
done fefffafttt hottfe will pon^iraa to
be Ju* oiuee t<*<WTt&anf*tltit Wtth
benah 'and Mr and all *io do business
there. >It is now propoaed to ask the
new government to -ttriiisli fnnds for
rtpali* Considering the' importance
of Nelson es the offloial and commercial wall ti of W*4st Kootenay, an�� what
the oi-.gr premises to become in point
of popoJaticE and business, an entirely
new bWlding*8��its5Mq for dl: requirements for many years wonld not be too
mtlBle 4 aak from the new gpveni-
jjnont. 5?he wise man never spends-
mooey ��n making alterations in an old
building, fqr onoe began it is difficult
to *��y what expenditure such alterations wittoaafs-S or where they will en-i
And it should be the same with a gov-
ernineBt work The present oourt h<rtiS6
. is n#t>pfis% ntmet^t^^myfi^i)^
view to future rkiuft*emen*ia,'Tnit p**
up to meet the demands of~a tawjt
place. It is n^fc n^odern, it is net a
sale -''wpos-jtoiy*; *��<**, vaiuaMe,.', papers,
and it is not healthy f�� theae whoa*
duW�� cdnffito. theni' daily to-ita defective apartments. Therefore the city
sKo-nM petition tha -government for a
new and premanent building, not built
dt jpe*WJAi��& tfomti* i��6h -fm the
preaent ,-iW!ll^''i^-^'f:f*^
demand repair,' m* �� hMMtng off stone
ooniistent With the substantial growtli
of the oity.   Considering tbs* the dist
'titiot'; :8<&trl.b*airi is^:''^.w.
yearly to the jwoyiaoial exoe<iuaj: '�����
new ooortjhfl*nae would be a small re-
w'W'to'd��;ite.'V*fl'"'''''*M'.:'*�� ;' ii*
JPurner organs * coatifcne . to. impress
iftflpn the people that ,t|*��v��TO��teiBen:
lis s��t by any means ou'C��,��t��*''-iiK |ftfr���'
Ttunrtr finds satlsffcjtion; ���'���$! that
hslluDinatitm why riioWM tatjemt, tqt:
to pndeoeive ffie p��>pr man. .
* ""'.'* . ,v,*.tii<u:ri7-J^ ��� .'���
"Hon. Joaeph Martin must have sb"
cured n flwn hold upai tte alteeia of
the people or oertafk papers wbidi wnt-'
while belittled WW wsld * not bow
pat ao tnnA MMRstfal attentMk to
him.-
sr
A SAFE RtEFVQH.
���:��������� '������-')��� :Y*A r'S,,'���:������:
Mr. Olive-PhilHpe Wboley'&wtotribti^
tions to current literature in. the
shape of^reports.-to ftp,. jjwnjmwit-OJi
, the state dt ther publior health an4 n>at>
ters inimical thereto, are not without
interest,'tint when he issplioiites the
Chinese in the spreading of disease is
he not open to ��lie,plutf*gd of ^tempting io fix responsibility whore .itis
AM lifci^r' to arotsse wgnnaent land re-
fa tat ion.
' A riew minister WSS"'-teqe'; assigned
toa frontier town in the south western
states. A dsptitation of oitiaenawaited
upon him tor give *im instructions..
They t^U iim 0��e must ijbt
against tb�� ga��btei^ fttf^ibey wei
sign of .prosperi^r; nor against thl
ladies citibe deini n��onde,bec��nse ���*��*
were in an old > and. long, eatabliabed
business; Ac* ttfffUmt *���'��*��� ��ii^��p^��^
cause they filled; a k*ir fblt want s>di
against lynohlhas or maOJ^BM beoauaa
theae were things whiok ��v��n rep*>
tsUe^oittanis wera, w#jnd **��:^
against atagii robbers, for they. w'eia.
gentlemen at* war wityli oapiW.
"But yon haven't left ana* single lifo-
leot", said the astonished parsaa.
"Oh, yea we tkfi," answered ^tte
spokesman. "Ton can pitch into tho
Mormans; they haven't a friend in (In*
.town.'"*    *'..;        -7'y'/-'
Bo Mr Olive-PbilHp. W��)3ey, finding thak to Qhinfese iaven't a friend
in the plaoe, pitches right into them.
Bnt wh4t .About the outbreaks ot
typhoid mni other eruptive fevers
which there are no Chinese.
SCHOOL OF MIKES KKEDED.
Among matters which will probably
���/ oome before the new minister of mines
for his approval will be one to establish a sohool of mines in this provinoe.
be easily aoMfsible* from ^11 parts ot
the' in'ittiai eqtttitry.1 th��*e#bre tbe
proposed sohool of mines should be lo-
cated at J^lean, the central point of
thf^D^liy'dld within a short distance 08 the chief mining seotloas of
both Eait and West Kootonay. Soon
Nelson will be iii direct railway com-
mnnioa-ddn with the rich country tp
Sie bast,: and there oa|i be no question
of theaafce^ionthat'thh city will be-
fOme; the ohitf mining oity of
���Southern British Columbia. And here,
at. th^^.-pf *;'thft mining industry iii
this p^pwfe^p^ % Schoel of mines would
be mare  serviceable than anywhere
else
jfp'
m
Tbn ntin'intjgt,; 0>e;Ju^r in the cas^
of Clabon vs. $Cott at Rossland was
that thfefplaintiff was entitled to hslf
the stoci paid to d-8f��ndj��nt to beoome
atUrsotor^rf the Dundee saining jjpro-
paiiy. 86 iM e*-n��ayor: walks off
with:^,0��Jfhis��W probably With the
imp��sW6o tbat the Dundee "peaople
were "Jead easy."  %AX 7,'.,','
:":yif ��� l^-^*WT*MBHW?. .*;
We ''-MM,: respectfully remark to
tbe Victona CWouist that "leaves have
a time to" JtaU," and that the office
holder who doaa not want to meet the
same fata Ittaawturely, should show by
his attentionto hW dutie* that he iii
deserving of-wnploynient.
oymen
Wbat if OoL Altar Md M hU
inflneaoo at tba .Hdua Boards 1m**n-
d��i to c*fl .��|f "Ak British aaaqrio
'^m^^^l^^.'^^^^. tbta
rf$R-T^i^^ .'���jw'^^* '*^P*'^JrfT?^. ^"^^^^f'f'Br
���' .'.^ mmnaamostsassmi'    ������
OVER
Xka. Inspector of Canals and Railways
Mr, Odllngwpod -SWirtiber, Dominion inspector or canals and milways,
has arrived in Nelaon 1rith hie fatty
after a totir of inspection of the Crow's
Nest Pass railvtf^ Wi, Schreiber
spoke in moat -Maolgistie terms of the
new railway, fle bad travelled it
form end to end,'*��Wd transidemd thnt
it. bad ���'���mt' yi::'��ill$ constructed. The looatioti of the rente
was admirable, a cue per cent grade
having been seoared.
The soenery along the route was
especially attreeWVa, iMjeBtof , if jk��.
Bible that teen oh the main ^Sb. The
mountain soenny was 6qaa
visti of ino*^atMi: Wfe IM
Usoeneiry. waa opsined up, a kl:
W^j^;��i|��-;*P;th��
Apart
could be jbq
that UieliiKe
son, though
looking tot noiM
siWefeeders "'
Mr.   Bcbn
Mthti7JU&
aw
with
loveliest
B�� ��sd hM par^
appeared to ham beea vwy machin
terested in what Dtyy had spen.
The party left rar Roasland last
night, whence tbey will propeed to
Revelstoke today, *qn their way home
to Ottawa.
^^RJHUR R. SfiEBSWOOp****
let! Battle eid Itrnmcn Afett
For  Sale,  Cheap  For Cash
4A    Remington Typewriter in good order.   IW acres
un Kootonay Lake for aale, with SO tons hay
stacked ou ground.   $1,000 caehtak-ra it.
The Birkbeok Investment, Security 1
MiaBavingsCo. 3
advance money on Improved Real Estate.    Repayable in 5 and   3
8 years by monthly instalments.
ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD^ AQ'T. =
LOOK i
To those who are purchasers of Groceries and Provisions
.   we would remind you tbat we figure quite prominently in
������     -catering to that olase of trade.   Our customers are many
., and if you sre not one of them why you cannot become
one any too soon.
We are about to vacate our preaent premises at the end
' of this month, after which you will find usone door further
east, where the facilities will be suefa aa to greatly assist
. (is in handling our increasing trade.
To the people we would say that if they ahould notice
that our place of business ia cloaed at 7 p.��., not tq sup-
������ ppse, as did a friend of ours who came into town to see us
last week, that we were in financial diOcultiML  On being
asked bis reaspns foi his aiipposiUons, Ite said tfrlomad like
'   it on the face of things, and he waa convlnocd thit It waa
.; a dead sure thins if we sold goods to everyone asoheap aa
we did to him.   He evidently forgoi our motto "Fairness
to everyone and   . . ���
jf%i;" ;"jpip��;;^i^��^3F ���&;��� .Co., Nelson.
*   PETER QENELLE ft CO.   *
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
Wn nre prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices and tarry Rough .and Dressed Lumber, Coast
FJooring and Ceilifrg, Turned Work and Mouldings,
. Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully giveri.   !
OFWHSJ^WD YARD C. P. R. STATION
A. E. YOU NO, Ammmr.
'&4b4**44444=
4re Savin'g^pfley every day
On thfeir Hlrrdware Bills by
allowing us to figure with them.
<tet Our Prfcv
Estimates Cheerfully Qlven.
JALM^nu
ORE CARS, T   RAILS
ani* all MINE SUPPLIES,
Hardware Co'y.
U.III Bil !    ��*��i'rn
=39=
West j^potwiay Butcher Oo.
,     ^OIi��3AU! ANORKTAIL DKALKR8 IN
��� tA'Af :,..,:. FRESH..
?;        AND SALT MEATS
vv',;.' -A777. - 7.'*' .'.-"������      *
O^lmpa supplied on shortest notice and Lowest Prices
7���       |Tau Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothinjf biit fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
���* kept in stock.:'
* .   ,v*   1  Market* at Neluou and Ymir.
B.C. TRAVES
Manager.
*^
.. 1* 1.
Ttr
ft BURNS & CO.
WesiMRetail Meat Mercbaats
." * '���%% ' HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
'('Al      ;���'.-' ' &'&'f ������������������� -iS*<S)
Br��noh Markets ijaRoBBi^d, Trail, Nelson, IU��lo,
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denirtr and Slooan Ohy.
Orders ky ��mfl to a��y hnm��b will have camful aod pn��qpt all
1    i    in 1 aigaaasggBiv.'M,1 "*i 7 y ,1  . i t 'ssssssatmBssgodlf
MIH1NG AND
<^MEAL ESTATE BROKER,
Victoria Street
NELSON, B. C.
NOTICE   OF ASSIGNMENT.
mtmt  t* "CrcSlUr* lira* Ael" m*<*
Aweaaiac t*t*.
ten W HKBftBY, OTVEN tk��t
liomM W. 8mr. -oMtabori.' Brltlok Uol-
JMSWf^plll owsjir, bw, hy deed bMrlnK date
tto 18th d��j ot 6*pf ember, A. D.. If A a*.
tfttnei *U hll peraonal Mtatei eredll* and rf-
weU which nu	
outlon, and all
*  "Vm"
for
toeU which m��v lw **ls*i ond Hold under exe-
""" J   " hie real ealate '     ~
he Mia oil)
rjoeeofpt,
nredltonaf Uki aMWmM W.
real estate, to Thomwi M��r-
heMiar
met. for tit* pureoee ol
acrtianatelr and   wlthmt
tlndale Want of lhe
In tnut, for the pui
. oily of Nelaon, agent.
ofparloK ratably and
mee or
_ ��� ���-9. Wf* ���asetttsd-.i-fcf tt** aald
Thome*   W,    Oj��y.    the    aiafliLUi.    attd
Uw aaid TtMMtiaa Martindale Ward.Yhe trtutee.
3? SMl ffiSH > nndertakm the traita
cheated by the nld deed.
*��** po!S?l'!l t��*ltK olalroa agalrgt the Mid
Tbomaa W. Cray are wqnlred on or befmeThe
6thApr of October. A. U. 1808, to de��v��r to tbo
said troiteo fall partKmten of the mm*, duly
verlflwl by 8UtuU>ry Declaration, hwether
with the paitloqlan of tbe upniity. If any,
held bjr them, and all pe��on*i Indrlied to the
MldThom*��W. Gray, are reoulrejto far the
aatonnte duo by them to the Aid treatoa forth-
And notice' ia hereby glTen that after the
mM 0th du; of Ootober. I. D. MB tho tra��ita
will pnooeS^ to distribute the aaaela among m
puiU-Mi raUttod thereto, having teEuid; only
to the eta&M of whioh he shall then have had
notice      ...
ELLIOT * UWNIK,
SoUdtertfM tfteTnutee.
Dated at Nelson. B. a. this ttth dnyof 8et>
tetaber. A. D.. UM.
REISTEREH & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in  nnd see
us.
NELSON.
b. a
DRESSriAKING
HILLINERY
FANCY   DRY GOODS.
Orders promptly attended
to. Complete stock - just
reoeived in the latest styles.
Mrs. McLaughlin,
ST.
iwuen
ALEX. STEWART,
���BM  vnrATH ABB  IMSVBABfcS AOIHT
mnt vn |u at*m cm.
 Mli't)1PlHUUUHi*''"."rl"'*
IVIVAfB AMB CBBBAST n��BS.
Valuable Baker Street and other excellent property for sale.
BMee TUmer-Beeekh Block. Kelaoa. B. te.
Official Directory.
oao. ^a D1RBCTOBY.
���orlHeuMP-llaUn 11a.m.;
��� mb. _8anday Bcbboi at ISO p.m.
MUM Awday eronLm ��t < p.m.;
OBuaoa-Ootner Blllca and j
a. ss. | taUath Bchoal, USp.m.: Prayer meet-
be oa IMday oraatac at I o'olook: Kpworth
MMfVBTTasalay at 1 a.m.     Ror; Jobn
UuSWoUHimta-MMi at NeUno. flrat
apd third auday at ��� aod 1AS0 a.m7Knedlr.
T.N ta t P.**. Ber. Father Ferland,
lag and <j
J^htaatSulawlaohaife.
LODOK MI1TIN08.
^
HCUBON LOOOB, Ho.Ki.11, BA.
H. Basts eaocBd Wndniadiy la eaoh {
month.  TBitla��tMttMalBTited.
O. L. LanMOZ. Booratary.
L tt a V.    Eootoeay Lodge
Ha H, nMotsorery Monday night, I
st thoit HaB, Kootonay street.
���Nowslas OM renews socially larltod.
A.H.OIwasats,B.e.     Aed J B��ntns, Secy j
hall, ���f^aoaldbloo^l
B. O. Jot, 0.0.
Oaa Boss K. of R. and B.
es
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THE MINER. SATURDAY. OCTOBER $,i^.
MITIiS
i Canadians at the Episcopal1
ki        Council. ���
AIHATERNAL FEELIN(J
[Tho  Amerioia and Oanadisc Protestant
Ohurohss Exohttge Fes'ings at
Washington
Washington,} Oot. 7:���The depnta
Ition from the Canadian churdb was
| received today by the house of bishops
snd welcomed.   Judee MoDonald, the
$t*j representative from Cauadn, said
{the stirring war events of the last
few months bad served to draw to-
ether the two great Enlgish nations. In the recent struggle tjiis
ympathy and oommon fcelling were
(always apparent.   It  was now being
expressed in another form through the
| meeting of the Anglo-American high
ommission at Quebec. He closed by
���quoting the words of Lord Heraohell,
lonairman of the British high commis-
Isioners at Quebec, that his recent ob-
| serrations had firmly convinced hhn
I that never again would there be a
j war between the two 'great peoples
['speaking the common English tongue.
1 Bev Morgan Dix, of New York,
[chairman of the house of. deputies,
I Closed the exohange ofj cordiality with
I Well wishes for tbe churob in Oanada.
I He too, noted how the progress of
[events was bringing together those
��� who speak the glorious English tongue
Iin an inseparable union of heart
land hand.
MINING NOt
1.
[4 Bossland Syndicate Is About to Work
the Mountain Chief���The Le fioi
Deal Is Qui��ooent
Tbe Rossland syndicate  consisting
Messrs.   Bogle,.   Wallace,    Olnfe,
ain ahd others,   who .recently ae-
iniced the Mountain Chief gronp of
lira? ou Bog cftejL have.1 paid the
louhtof ffie.paHfeaae' nn'oHey,  ���Iff.-"
Unto the Bank af Maqtrtal at Boss-
ind.
A corporation has been formed)
flled the Golden Gate Development
ompany to take over and develop
bat property.
There is a fine outcrop of pehcook
Jid gray copper ore similar to that of
fhe Silver King near this city; A test
1 the Ore from the Mountain Chief
bas been made, and it is repotted
(shaft the trail smelter has given a. |6
ate Oil tl\e average ore on the dump,
the high grade copper ore being
granted a muoh lower rate.
The oompany intends td start development at once, and  will ship all  ore
ftken out as fast as  it  comes to the'
arfaoe.
THE LE ROIDUAL
> There is a lull  in the Le  Roi deal,
kys the Spoksman-ReView.   ft is said
hat the London people  have  not yet
iven Govenior Mackintosh  their co*-
pnt-to tray fhe Turner stock aHai8#
er share.   It ds surmisei that tbey
having difflwjlfy in  getting it
brongh their heads why the small end
" the Le Roi  stock Bhould  be worth
.12%   more   per share than the ma-.
|irity interest  which  was purchased
ome time since*   Mr.   Mackintosh is
rging tbat the  recent  developments
t the mine fully justify the payment
of tbe increased price,
ba will' ultimately
" iefe
It is believed
carry his point witir
tbe London chiefs of his corporation
and wil) be able to oloAe the deal and
finally add the Le Roi to the long list
of the B. A. O.'e holdings.
In the. meantime ore is being shipped
from the mine at a tremenduous rate
and it is said that tbe large indebtedness which had accumulated against
tbe company during tbe tedious period
of idleness is being rapidly wiped cut,
whioh will make the property even
more dsirable to the new owners, and
will Justify te> a degree the advanoed
price Of the stock. -
THE DEER PAHK.
On Thursday afternoon the management of the Deer Park mine at Boss-
land started up their nev? compressor plant in the presence of. a few
invited guests, including the Hon. O.
H. Mackintosh; General 0. 8. Warren; R. H. Clarke, engineer for tbe
oompany; E. L 'Sawyer of Toronto!
W; T. McDonald, manager of the
Grand Prise the adjoining property;
P.A. O'Parrel aqd Dr. Langhammer.
The James Cooper Manufacturing
oompany furnished the 80-barse power
boiler, the compressor and drills. The
compressor is of the seven drill kind,
and extensive additions oan be made
to its working force if necessary.
Mr. Mackintosh was asked to turn
the steam into tbe compressor, and
on his opening tbe throttle. tbe me-
ohanism started smoothly and without
bitoh. The maobine men' at the
bottom of the shaft were ready U76 below, and in a few minutes tbe drill
was in operation.
Sinking will be continued with 8 8-
h<mr shifts, until the 800 foot level is
reached, when cross cutting with another maobine will be installed, the
sinking continuing the while.
At a meeting of tbe Iron Mask oompany held recently in Bpoakne, it was
decided to instal a 10-drill electrical
compressor immediately.
The management of the Jumbo intend to pht in a plant in the near future, bat it is not yet deoided
whether it will be a steam or air electrical one.
[CUTTING HBHABKS
jut our Knives, Scissors, Razors,
are in order.. They are   keen
bods and call for sharp talk.
j Our Cutlery Department contains
particularly fine   assortment of
?h   class articles.    The cutting
frts are made of the finest steel
kd   will retain their keenness for
Bars.
IThe prices are less than such high
lade articles should sell for.
InYrMvare Co..
importers of
|ants, Oils, Slielf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
THE COUNTY OOURT.
The case of Luoas and Gray vs. G.
O. Buchanan ocupied the attention of
Judge Forin all day yesterday. It was
an action to recover tbe balanoe due
on oertain logs supplied under contract. There Was also a counter claim
by the defendant for |S00 for breach
of contract
After hearing tbe evidence, his
bonor gave Judgment for the plaintiff
for 970 without oosts, and dismissed
the counter claim also without oosts.
W. A. Galliher appeared for the
plaintiffs and 0. W. Mo Ann, Q. O ,
ef Kaslo for the defendants.
PERSONAL   MENTION-
T. .A. Mills went away oa Ifcot
night's train.
G. Corykendale, contractor, has
come in from Brooklyn.
A. Wiiyams, ex-M.;fj P.. for Vancouver City, is at the Phair.
J. Adamson who bas been upending
about a week in the oity went away
last night.
C. J. Eettyle. engineer on the
Crow's Nest Pass railway, is registered at tbe Phair.
Among those registered at the
Clarke are W. T. Tierney nnd H. O.
Howell, Moyie City.    . .;*
S. W. Ewing, of the flrta of T. H.
Ewing & Sons, wholesale apioe merchants of Montreal, is at the Phair.
L. A. Campbell, manager of the
Kooteuay Light and Power company
returned to Rossland yesterday evening.
W. Colliugwood Schreiber and tbe
Hon. R. B. Dobell. and party, left ob
yesterday evening's train for Rossland.
Bev. Robert Frew will return from
his eastern visit on Saturday night
and will conduct the regular Sunday
services.
A. E. Young Nelson agent fo^ the
Genelle Lumber company returned
last night from a visit to the Spokane
Fruit Fair.
Among tbe arrivals at tbe Queen's
are R. Cay ser, Bonners Ferry, Mr.
and Mrs. Linklater, Salmo; E. Read,
Erie; G. B. Matthew, Ymir; J. a
Ingram, Goat River landing; H.
Gotbeok H. McCallum and H.
Pennyoook Robson.
Among those reigstfred at the
Hume are Mrs. and KM. Geo. Helby,
Three Forks; John Dean, Bossland;
Albert Allen, Spokane; George
Strachan, Winnipeg; H. W. Simpson, Murphy Creek; D. 0. McKenzie, Toronto, and W. a. Wade, Kuskonook.
Among those registered at the
Phair are L. G. Henderson, Victoria;
J. Skill, Toronto; Levi Smith, San-
den; O.B. Tradgelev, Silverton; H.
B. Hubbard, Olynipia; N. F. Town-
send and W. J. Kennedy, Bossland;
F. P. Clarke, San Francisco; W. H.
Lee, Bevelstoke; A. E. Watt, Fort
Steele; W. B. Boy, Bosshrod; H. R.
Geperley, Vhnoouver, and Mrs. Hoyt,
Kuskonook,'..'-..,
NELSON FURNITURE CO.
Applewhaite Block
Cor. Baker and Kootenay St.
DEALERS IN
CABINET MINISTER IN NELSON.
The Quebec  Conference���The Corbin
Charter���Mr. Bostock's Movements.
LAYING  THS   OQBHBIL ffCflHH
The Sight Reverend Bishop Dcaten
ville of -New Westminister arrived
in Nelson last nigbt. His lordship [is
here for the purpose of laying th* oorner Stone of the new church of Mary
Immaoulate. The ceremony, accompanied, by appropriate services, will
take place tomorrow afternoon 'at 8
o'clock.
Bishop Dontenville will also*- officiate
at the mass wbiob will be held tomorrow at 10 a. m.
Fine Furniture & General HouseFumishings
8PEOIALTIE6 : Undertakings Embalming, Upholstering
Picture Framing aod Repair Work.
''������l.i'li     -'ll      r     ;
L sitfit id Finest Stock ta Kwtenay-
Ka especially large assortment of Window
Shades to choose from." New goods arriving daily.    Roll, Flat Top and Typewritet     s
Oeslu.    Come ahd inspect our stock.
Hotels, Offices, Residences,  etc.,  fitted throughout.    Get
our estimates.
k\\ Work Guaranteed.
Popular Prices.
onr AND VICINITY.
Condensed New* of ths Happenings of the
Week In *nd Around Ov Bulky
Oity and Kootenay.
The barbers of Rossland are forming
�� union.
The Vancouver Hardware oompany
received a consignment of stoves yesterday.
. The plastering work on the new
B*6r blook on Josephine street is
flni shed:
- The Athabasca mill and tram,
which started up on Thursday, is
working most satisfactorily.
In consequence of the arrival of
Mr. W. A. Thurman's little girl the
Miner staff were smokiing cigars last
night,
Police Magistrate E. A. Crease yesterday fined Andy Hagen IS and
costs, for being drunk and raising a
disturbance on Baker street.
A carload of hay oome in yesterday
from Spokane. Part of it was con -
signed to the Lister Produce oompany,
and the rest to Mallette &' Co.
Y. Hoshi of tbe Nelson Cafe has returned from the . Spokane Fruit Fair,
and is making preparations to give an
elegant Sunday dinner tomorrow.
It is reported from Kuskonook that
the contract for the construction of the
Nelson & Bedlington railway has been
let to Foley & Larsen, and that work
will begin-on the 13th instant.
,F. J.. R. Skill, representing the
Lincoln Paper Mills oompany, is in
town. He reports that the Arm's mills
at Merritton were damaged to the extent of $35,000 in the recent  Cyclone.
A semi-weekly mail service has
been established on the Crow's Nest
railway us; far west as Cranbrook.
All eastern mail matter for the Fort
Steele distriot now oomes in by way
of McLeod.
A special meeting of tbe Sons of
England Benefit sooiety will be held
tomorrow evening at. the K. of P.
boll at 7:80. The Speoial business of
the meeting will be the conferring
of the White Rose degree.
On the Julius Caesar, belonging to
Dr. Arthur and Mr. Kelly, a rioh
body'of ore has been struok, two assays from which go $56.30 and $106.00
in gold. About 40 feet of tunnelling
has been done on the property, which
is situated about i% miles up the
Silver King wagon road.
--She-HearB.-R. Bebe)V-~**H*Beni*her
of. the Dominion cabinet without portfolio, is making a trip through this
oouatry, having arrived by way of the
Crow's Nest Pass railway. He spoke
.in high terms of the line, and of the
way  in   whioh it was constructed.
Speaking of the Quebec oonferenoe,
Mr. Dobell was convinced that it could
result in nothing but good. This was
the flrst time that the two nations
really met in aa amicable And business-like frame of mind.
Mr. Dobell also spoke of Mr. Corbin's reoent attempt to obtain a charter for the Kettle river valley railway.
He thought that suoh competition
would be very advantageous to the
country.
Mr. Dobell left last night for Rossland, where he will meet Mr. Bos-
took, and they will prooeed to the
coast by iway of Revelstoke, isnd
possibly afterwards to California.
Mr. Dobell had expeoted to meet Mr.
Bostock here, but he reoeived a tele-
grm from him yesterday to the effeot
that he would not be able to get here.
BIRTHS.
THURMAN-On Ootober 1-, 1898-/ at
her home on Cedar street, tthe wife
of W. A. Thurmah, of a daughter.
FOR SPOKANE FRUIT FAIR.
The Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway will sell excursion tickets to Spokane for one fare for round trip.
Ticket* on sale Oct. 3rd to ISth inclusive, good returning within five
days. All tickets purchased on er
after Oct. 12th will be limited to the
17th. The fare for round trip from
Nelson is $0.60.
POR SALE.
Two Iron kettle*, with furnace doors, ona SO
and one 30 gallon*.  Alio 1,000 briok. Apply
J. OATM.
KASLO ft SLOCAN RAILWAY
TIME OARD Naj
laklag Met tne o'clock a. a*.,<Se��teaAer
1st, HSS.    Facile *r ISStk Meridian
Waar Bound
Hurr Bound
FtntClMi
Time Card Nn %
Vint Clan
Passenger
Sept. lat, UH.
Passenger
Leaves Dally
Stations
Arrive aMr
8J0a.ni.
Kaalo
^^���M^
&Wa.m.
Booth Fork
16SUL
M4��.m.
10.00 a.m.
Sproule'*
Whitewater
iioFjb.
10.Ma.rn.
Bear Lake
IMkm,
LIB fat
10.10 a. m.
10-31 a. m.
MeOuiaaa
PajneTram
Cody Junction   .
Sandon
Mils a. n.
UU5a.ni.
LUp-W.
Arrive Dally
CODY BRANCH
Leave Dally
Mixed
Mixed
Leaves Dally
Statloai
Arrive Dally
11:00 a.m.
Sandon
HMa.m.
11:10 "
Cody Junction
1130  "
1145 "
Cody
IMS "
Arrive Dally
LaaveDaily
GREAT   BARGAINS
IN MACKINTOSHES.
' ���������������
Having purchased a large job lot of Mackintoshes
and Waterproof Coati-v cheap for cash, I will for
the next 30 days sell them off below wholesale
Prices. This is a rare opportunity to secure goods
atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
THEO.    MADSON.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
I-'   ���       r ��� 1 '    I
NELSON MAEKETS.
The following are the prioes of groceries, provisions,etc, as quoted by our
looal dealers. It is the intention of
The Miner to have these prices, corrected every week by trustworthy dealers, no that residents of the city and
others may be informed as to the oost
of living in the city:
Vlear.
ORllvle'd Hnneuian per 50 lb wok..
Lake of the Wood*        "
Snow Flake per SO lb eaok  	
������    drain
Wheat per ton..;.... tt
Bran per ton   10
Qrooad feed per ton................. M
8RSK^ ::::::::::::::::L.~
Oaii       t.t     wno iii no
Oatmeal per ��**,.      M*   M
Rolled oat*(8:fc Kl.  05
ROUed oaU(BftK)M>eaoK  00
ltOOMOOO
ROBT. mVDJQ,      OIO. J. OOPRLAND.
Ml O. r.*P. A        8��asriataa4*at.
Hay (baled)per ton.....	
Veaetahles.
PUtatoeaperlOQlln.   1 00��
Beet* per Ib  	
Cabbeke per Ib	
Cauliflower per lb	
Onions per lb	
Cuonmber*	
n*a.
Salmon (smoked) per lb     UM
Oysten (Olympian) per qt	
Oyitera (Eastern) per tin 7	
Cod peril	
HaUbSlpera     MM
Smelts per I>     1>}��
Vana Predaee.
SgRiper dos	
Butter (Creamery)          15*
Butter (Dairy)      KM
Cheeee (Canadian)       IM
Cheese Swim)  ttm
���eat*.
Ham (Amerioan) per tj.	
Ham (Canadian) per s>.
pp<
its
u*
Bacon (Amerioan) per Ib........
Baoon (Canadian) per lb.	
Bacon (rolled! per lb  	
Baoon (long dear) per lb	
Shoulders per lb.....  	
Lard par lb.	
Beotprtlb...           M
Mutton per lb      tm
VeaJpirfM).....         l*��
PcKperft.....;     !�����*
mat.
Rinawa* per dos.	
Lemon* (California) per doz.      SSA
Oranges (California eeedllng*!       kt*n
Melon* (each).......        150
Crab apple* per lb	
Appwy-     ���.
Tenatoe*  .OM
Qrapee.  ����
Peaohe*	
Pear* (BarUetU)  08
Pears (imall green)  06
Huron (greengage)	
Plum*.  04
ton  A
" s
so
05
M
10
18
��
oa
05
05
FOR BUILDING UP
th*9 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 pf Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. You will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Oanada Drug & Book Oo.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(HUM. MFOIB.,Klfb.AlMe.0imwiU>
MINING ENQINEEftn AND A88AYER3
Opporite Phair Hotel,
NrtuBON. ��.o.       p. oaoxesf.
Kxteoded experience in Chile aad Oerman
South Africa. Away* and analyst* of ore*.
Report* and ratuatton* on mineral propertiii*
Underground surreying and mine plan* kept
up by oontraot.
��������������������������������������������������,������������>����������;
|;# NELSON OFe 4
Finrt Class in every respect
^������������������������������������������^���������������������;
, >   Do you want a good Square meal for    4.
::    25 CENTS?
TRY TME NELSON  CAFE
$     DINNER 12 TO 8
Eastern Oysters
received daily
Cooked Any Style.
;.�������������������������������������������������������������������;:
' * "
','. Y. HOSHI        -        Proprietor. '.',
MAKERS
WANTED.
Experienced Tie Maker* can gat steady work
���t Nakusp,  Apply immediately ta
PXTKR OKNXLLE tt CO..
Nakusp, B.O.
MISCELLANEOUS
MUSIC UC880Na-On plaao. organ or
Hilar, by Mrs. W. J. Astley, Robwn (treet
ro door* west of Stanley. P. a Box ISO.
WANTRD-An offloe boy at the Miner.   Kn-
quire to4ay.
Old papers at The Mnrsa oOOS.  It oents
>��r hundred.
TO WAH CHUNQ.
RKVKLSTOKC, B. O.
Some one took my girl away,
dressed in English clothes. Looks
like a Jap girl. Has three Chinamen with her. $200 reward for returning her to Nelson.
LUN   FOO,
Kuskonook,
."'S'S^'-.S^w' THE MINER  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1898.
THEY HATE TO GIVE OP
Spain Wants to Hold the
Philippines.
BUT THE U. S- OBJECT
There are Inlieations 'J hat There Has
Been a Serious Hitch in negotiations at Paris-
Paris," Oct. 7. ���The American and
Spanish peace commission again confronted each other this afternoon.
During the recess the latter sought to
correct the United States -position in
relation to the alternative or con-tin-'
gent attitudes or propositions of the
Spaniards. This afternoon, thos far,
the formal remonstrance of the Air.eri-
can president has not been disclosed.
It was its presentation, at Monday's
joint session which caused the Span-
' iads to ask for a recess from Monday
until Friday.
The Gaulois says tbat during the*
last 24 hours, sensational and alarm:'
ing news has been afloat regarding
the negotiations. It cites the English
paper's allegations that Judge Day has
cabled to Washington saying that
the negotiations for a treaty of peace
are on the verge of stopping, owing to
the refusal pf Madrid to accept the
United States' attitude regarding the
Philippine* The Gaulois. also cites,
a statement to the effeot that Judge
Day has been authorized to end negotiations if the Spaniards' do not conform to the American proposals and.
declares it can affirm that this news'is
absolutely incorrect. It declares howover, '��� that whereas the .Spaniards at
the .outset were obdurate, they are
now disposed to modify their intentions owing to the firmness of the at
titude of the United States, the people of which, it" is claimed, have now
been exoited to the point of holding
the Philippines.
BRITISH STEAMER LOST.
St. Johns. Nfld, Oct. 7.���The British
steamer Ganges, from Montreal for
New Castle, is ashore* on Ferrole
point, Straits of Belle Isle. She is
a total loss. The. Ganges carried a
cargo of cattle,, flour and cheese. Two
hundred bullocks were saved by the
steamer Niinrod and several schooners
have saved part of the flour. The
rest of the cargo was destroyed. The
wreck now lies half submerged.
SMITH'S EASY JOB.
. New York, Oct. 7* ���" Mysterious"
Billy Smith, of this city is still the
champion'welterweight pugilist.: He
met Charley McKeever of Philadelphia,
at ithe ,l.enow Athletic club tonight
in a 35 round bout at 142 pounds,
and. although McKeever stayed, the
full rounds the bout was all one-sided
nnd all in Smith's favor. McKeever
was heralded as the most dangerous
proposition which Smith ; had ever
( tackled. His showing was a great dis-
���'appointment.    ,   - .*',..*. ..'
- DIDUO^SALUTE A PRIEST. **���
Vienna, Oot. 7.���The Dntoh pian-
iste, Siveking, who was arrested at
Ischl, Upper Austria, about six weeks
ago, for-niqglecting to salute a- priest,
who was carrying a viaticum' through
the streets, has been sentenced to
three years imprisonment for the
offense. ...  , ������ * *;
SILVER AND LEAD MARkET.
New    York,   Oct   7.���Bar silver,
W,
60)��; Mexican dollars/46%.
Copper,   dull; .brokers   price,
exchange, $12.25 to $12.87^.
Lead, easr; domestio brokers' price,
|8.77^; exchadgej 13.80 to |8.90.
Tin, firm, but quiet; Straits, $16.60
to $16.60; plates, steady.
TO LIGHT THE ClY?. "���.
L. A. Campbell has ..Made an Offer to
tb? Ma^yoj; and-Counoil.
L. A. Campbell, manager of the
Kootenay Light and Power company,
was in the city, yesterday, and, in
conversation with a Miner reporter,
he stated that he hod made a written
proposal to the mayor and council
with regard- to supplying power for
the lighting of the city.
His offer was alternative, and. was
briefly as follows:
He ~was willing- to pnt in all the
apparatus necessary for conveying the
power ��� to the city,- and, in return
for the concession, he was willing to
give the city 85 per cent of the gross
receipts.'
If this was unacceptable, he offered
"to put in the high tension wires him-
self, and let the city put in their own
transformers; in which case he would
allow the city 60.per cent--of the gross
receipts. AA..    '
Mr. Campbell has as yet received no
reply to or acknowledgment of his let-
tors.         .   ' ,   -. ���, ���:���.
ELE6TSMJ LIBHT BY-UW
(Continued from First Page.)
to act corruptly."
A misconception of this judgment,
whioh, by the way was cited by
counsel for the relator, would seem to
be responsible for the objection just
dealt with, the judgment has been
read too literally and as if the mayor
and aldermen were trustees pf, and
therefore, owners of the legal estate
in all property real and personal
within,their corporate limits. What,
of course, is meant by the judgment,
is that those functionaries are trust
ees of municipal nroperty only.
So far, I have over-ruled 6very objection mentioned in the rule. There
is, however, nothing in the statute
which requires . the grounds of objection to be stated in such rule. I
mention this because other objections
than those which appear in the rule,
are ��� disclosed by tbe evidence, and
(according to Stevens vs. Lord, 6
Dowl. 250) I may mould the rule to
meet the justioe of the case.
From the affidavits, it appears that
Mr. Houston, the mayor, is a large
stook holder in the Electric Light Co.
As mayor of the city, and stock
holder in the company, his private
aud public duty manifestly most conflict. As a member ot the company
he would expect the highest price
possible for its plant and franchise,
and as mayor it would be bis duty, as
a trustee, to get the property at the
lowest possible price," In Hamilton
vs. Wright; 9 0. &F. pp. 111,128,
124, the rule is laid down by tbe
House of Lords that a trustee is bound
not to do anything which would placo
him in a position inconsistent with
the interests of the trust, or which
might have a tendency to interfero
with his duty in discharging same.
Story, in section 880 of his Eq.
Juris, says that a trustee will not be
permitted to obtain any advantage
for himself in managing the affairs of
his cestuis que trustent: No language
could be plainer���none more explicit.
The. money which it is proposed to
borrow by the by-law will, of course,
forin, like the rate payers' taxes, part
of the trust ftmdrof the corporation���
in other words, will be civic property
���the mayor ".and his colleagues being
trustees of it and the ratepayers' cestuis que trustent. Asjlaid down in several authorities, this is not a question
of wheth'ei Mr.' Houston will reap
any advantage or not. A court of
equity, as stated by Lord Eldon, (in
re Laoey, 6 Ves.) cannot be -expected
to enquire into a matter of profit or
loss on account of the difficulty of
providing one or the other. The matter pf profit is no ingredient in this
case. The question is purely one of
principle; and in view uf the mayor,
as trustee of the ratepayers, being personally interested in the money to
be borrowed, it would seem to me that
the by-law is opposed to the above
authorities. It was, manifestly Mr.
Houston's duty to advise his colleagues as to whether the purchase
should be made or not. yet the affidavits on his behalf make a point of
stating that he abstained from doing
so. while the by-luw was, if I may sav
so, on the anvil, ns he did not wish
to interfere? And why? Because his
private interests and publio duty
clashed. Another point raised by
counsel for the corporation was that
the ratepayers by their votes confirmed the by-law. The majority was
only two. In re Lacey, 6. Ves, the
purchase by the. solicitor of a bankrupt estate pf the debts due to the estate was attacked' and set aside, although counsel for the creditors stated
that a majority of them had consented
to the sale, and where thankful that
the solicitor had .bought. Supposing
that the city of Nelson had-desired to
acquire only a controlling interest in
the stock of the Electrio Light. Co.,
and had, thereupon, decided. to buy
out Mr. Houston, -what difference in
principle would there have .been between such a purchase and tiie proposed purchase.
I shall have to allow this last objection, but, as. it was not taken' in
the rule, the latter is to be absolute,
but without costs.
ANADlANo
-^"Pacific Ky.
and SOO--PACIFIC LINE
1898       PROVINCIAL     1898
Exhibition
under I he direction ot
The Royal Agricultural and Industrial
Society of British Columbia.        \
OCT. 5 to 13 Inclusive
���AT-
New Westminsterj
in conjuctioii with the j
Citizens' Grand Yearfu (efebration
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERYIGE ROUTE
To Eastern and European Points.
To Pacific Cpa$t, 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.
DAIL* TBAIN.
To Rossland. aad Main Line, point*
8.40p.m.-Le��vw-N��BOK-Ajrrlve��-10.M)p,m
It���lewijjtn ���������te���to.
Stb. Kokanke
Kxcept Sunday.   *      .* Eroopt Sunday
1  p.m.���1-eaves-NBLSON���Arrives-ll  tun
lioelran? River Baafe.
Str. Nauox. _        ..     ���
KxceptSundny Except Sunday
7 a.m.*-Lca*-w-NRWW-A*mTS��r-l(ll:SO tun,
Outward connection Pilot Bay with Str. Kokanee. bnt inward ��uoh connection te not guaranteed.
Steamers on their respective routes call at
principal Landings in both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Train* t* aad tr*** Sicca* CM/, Sand**
and Blount Lake r��laU.
9 a. m.-Leavei^-NELSON^iTtTe8-i.a) p. m.
Ascertain Rates
and (nil information   by. addressing nearest
local agent, or GEO. 8, BEKB, City Ticket
Agent, nelson,
JOHN HAMILTON, Agent, Nelson
W. F. ANDERSON, B. J. COYLE,
Trav. Pass. Agent,      Dial* Pass. Agent,
Nelson Taaooartr
$18,000
9 PRIZES e
$18,000
The Premium list is tlio Largest
ever offered Wost of Toronto.
Pyro-Spectacular Bombardment of Santiago
de Cuba and Blowing up of the "Halnc."
Followed by an up-to-date Flro Works Display,
whioh has beon specially secured for Four
Nights at an enormous expense
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle fleet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dos Show. Open to tne World.
The "Finest Bands in the Province
will provide Music.
Special rules over all Railway and
Steamboat Lines. .     .
No entrance fees charged fo Exhibits.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full information on application to
MAYOR OWENS W. H. EDMONDS.
Chairman Cel. Com. Seoy. Cel. Cora.
T. J. TRAPP. ARTHUU MAL1NS,
Pros. R. A..& 1. Soc.      Sedy. lt> A. Bc I. Soc.
W. H. KEARY,
Exhibition Commissioner.
TRUNKS
* TRAVELLING*
TRUNKS
A Large, Variety  below the
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
LIMITED (d22
NELSON
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed tenders, properly endorsed, will be received bv the Hon., the Chief Commissioner Of
LandB and Workn up to noon of Wednesday,
tho 12th Instant far the erection and completion of a Land Registry Office at Nelson, U. C.
Drawings, specifications and conditions of
tender and contract may be seen at the office
of Ewart Sc Carrie, architects, Nelson.
The lowest or auy tender will not necessarily
beacoepted.
O. Q. DENNIS.
Government Agent,
Nelson, B. C.
Dated Oct. 5th. 18��.
NOTICE OF  ASSIGNMENT.
;XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John
131 Charles Tom, trading as Tailor and
Clothier, at the town of Golden, in the Province of British Columbia, has by deed dated
ths flrat day of Ootober,. 1898, assigned to me
all bia personal es'ate, credits and effects which
may be seized and sold under exeontion, and
all his real estate for the general benefit of his
creditors,pursuant to the "Creditors Trust
Deeds Act." -T *,  ���������--
A meet ing Df the creditors will be held at my
office in tbe said town ot Golden, on Saturday,
the 22nd day of October,-at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, for .the giving of directions with reference to the disposal of the
estate.
All creditors are requested to forward full
particulars of their olaims, duly verified, to me
on or before the fifteenth day of November,
1898. after whioh date I shall proceed, to distribute the assets among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to the olaims of
whioh I shall tben h��T�� had notico.
Dated at Golden. Bi C, October lst, 1898.
E. A. HAGGEN, .
Kiianolal Agent, Golden.
Trustee.
AT THE ,.
NELSON  CAPE
FROM 12 TO 8
T0M0ERQW
Tryit.
f
l-g��
THE FIRST TRIAL
of our Clothing is generally sufficient to
make a life long customer.
We don't offer our goods below cot-t,
becauso we have no desire to loso
money. We sell at prices which nre
sufficient to pay for goodfiuaterlal and
good workmanship. 1 he sizo and variety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as lo style and fit Indeed we aro particular on these points.
We rather loses sale tban permit unsatisfactory garments to leave the
store.
These values eannot be surpassed.
- - J. A. GILKER --
P. O. STORE.
*SSt��-SSese9-��9*ttSfc��*-a��*����*?��
$9 PRESERVING JARS y*|
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLICA & STONE WARE
Tea Pots all Sizes
Butter Crocks
Milk Pitchers J
Bowls
Pie and Pudding Dishes.
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ....
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIQHTl
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Every Morning.
Special attention to Mail orders.
Kirkpatrick?nd Wilson,
Baker St.     Tel. io.
ZtsTETW  *   G-003DS
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth BHishes,
.also Good Value in Sponges.^
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. CJ
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
GAMBLE b O'REILLY,
FOI? SALE
FOR RENT.
Civil Engineers, Provincial Lind Surveyors,
Real Estate and General Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public, Etc.;..
Oorner Lot on .Vernon St., with Building.   12 Lots in Bloc|
44F���Cheap.   2 Lets Oor-. Josephine and Robson.
2 Lots and Dwelling near Cor Stanley St, on ObseiVHtori
St., $12 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar StJ
|2U per month.   House aqd.2 Lots, Houston St.  $15 fiioiitll
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.
LONDON & BRITISH COLOMBIA 60LDI
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All  Communications relating to British Columbia businejj
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
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J. Roderick Robertson*
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B,
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PABST
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BOHEITIAN
] A Triair\vfm convit
that the World's Leadiij
Beer loses none, of its goj
qualities by being bottl
in our own country.
THORPE & COt, Ltd.
NELSON* VICTORIA & VANGOUVI
#J. Harry NicRerson*
WATCHMAKER aiid
JEWELER ���*����������������
Josephine St. Opposite Clarke Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
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 HMfl Black Baker ft
NELSON
SODA WATER FA���T01
TEurmms ko. si.
Manufacturers of   *
ACL OARB0NATED WATERS
Haley** Hat Spring! Water Aerate*!]
lathe Wat*.
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