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 Daily Edition No  156.
Nelson, British Columbia. Tuesday Morning, November 8, 1898.
Ninth Year
AND it suggests the need of new and seasonable Foot covering.       .    ���   .
We have been planning on this all through
the summer, and now show the  handsomest'
line of Footwear  ever placed  pn  display in
this city	
Our window will give you some idea of
what we are doing in this direction. We feel
that our line of shoes will appeal strongly to
the people of good taste who require the
correct thing * ��� . ,
We solicit a call and early  inspection   of .
our  offering.
I USED AH AXE      m
for at least a week and the Fifth
Avenue Theatre, accordingly, will be
closed this week.
There Will Be Great Ceremony at Quebec.
The New Governor Qeneral Will Be Welcomed By Sir Wilfred Laurier and
Installed at Quebec.
Ottawa, Nov. 7.���The programme
for the official reception whioh will
be accorded to the Earl of Minto at his
installation as Governor General at
Qnebeo on Saturday, Nov. 12, has been
issued. Lord Minto will be received
on board the Scotsman npon arrival by
the prime minister and other ministers
and conducted by him to the wharf
where he will be received by tbe
mayor, corporation, and other gentlemen
representing tbe city of Quebec. Tbe
guard of bonor and the band of one of
tbo regiments of the Qnebeo garrison
will -receive his lordship with the
usual saint*. After the reception of
Lord Minto by the mayor he will be
conducted in carriage to the parliament buildings, escorted by Major-
General Hutton and staff, and a captain's esoort from tbe Queen's Own
Canadian Hussars. Lord Minto will
be reoeived by a guard of honor nnd
conducted to the council chamber,
where his installation will take place,
Lord Aberdeen having previously arrived with a captain's esoort, and been
reoeived with a royal salute. Upon
the installation of Lord Minto as governor general, a salute of 21 guns will
be fired from the King's Bastion. After the oereqiony, the new governor
will be received by a guard of honor;
with a royal salute and connected to
the Hotel Frontenao and Lord Abe*-**-:
deen will be simdliarlyj condnoted to
the Citadel.' Captains escort from R'
battery, Royal Canadian artillery,
will later joondnot Lord MijHo to tbe'
railway station, where be will-" set
out for Ottawa. During tho aftetyoon
Lord Aberdeen will be similarly conducted in tbe evening of his embarking for Great Britain. A salute of 21
guns will be fired from the King's Bastion the moment Lord Aberdeen embarks.
Falling  Trees  Nearly Cause nn Accident to a   0. P. B. Train.
The pasangom on tbe 0. P. R. train'
had a elose call nn Tuesday evening
coming in from Three Forks. Owing
to tbe unusually high wind, trees
were falling on either side of the train
all tbe way in from New Denver, bnt
when Three Forks was passed, as the
gale increased tho danger 'became intensified with the trees cracking and
falling in J every direction. After
passing the trestle, a mile and a half
out, a tree fell nearly parallel with
the train smashing the one side of
the passenger coach in the vicinity pf
the window almost its entire length.
The stampede of the terrified * passengers was .confusion worse qonfounded
bnt fortunately beyond a severely out
hand for tbe conductor no further harm
was done. It took some time for. the
passengers to realize they were ont of
danger, but in due course the train
reached the depot with the badly damaged oar.���Sandon Mining Review.
The Smelter Han  Will   Suo  the  Big
Rail war Company.
A despatch from Montreal states
that the arrival there of Mr. Fitzgerald
of Trail, the representative at that
place of F. August Heinze's interests,
is tbe first step in a big law spit
which the former magnate of Trail
will enter against tbe Canadian Pacific
railway. It is stated that the services
of McMaster & Maolennan, advocates,
have been secured, and tbnt the suit
will be for (100,000, which is the alleged value of personal property at
the smelter which he claims lie never
intended to transfer to the C. P. lt.
but which   that corporation took and
holds in spite of his protest. The
C. P. R people claim that they bought
everything in sight and paid $800,000
in cash for all of Mr. Heinzo's smolter
and railway possessions in the Kootenav town.
The exact nature of the personal
effects which Mr. Heinze values so
highly and for which he seels reninr*
eration is not stated. Tbe expectation
in Montreal is thut the case will develop iuto a rather sensational suit.    J
Mr. Hinze's penchant for law suits
is well known. It is snid to be doubtful if oven he cni at this time toll
without consulting his attorneys tho
number of suits be hns in tbe Butte
conrts in which he is either' the defendant or plaintiff either iu person or
through some of his numerous corporations. Yet lawsuits do not seem to
make bim poor. His companies Are
reputed to be among tbe most profitable
in Bntte.
Tbe   Marquis   Yamagata  the Head of
the New Government.
Yokohama, Nov. 7.���Field Marshall,
the Marquis Yamagata Aritoms, hns
formed a ministry to suocood the en hi-
net of Count Oknma Stagaki. Thc
first party cabinet in the history of
Japan, which took o'ffloe on June 28,
resigned on Ootober 1)1, owing to
differences over the question of filling
the portfolio of public instruction.
The Yamagata cabinet contains no
member who is oonneoted with ony
of the political parties. It is constituted as follows: President of the
nonncil and premier, Marquis Yamt-
gata Aritoms; minister of foreign
affairs, Visoonnt Aoki, formerly
Japanese minister to Germany; minister of the interior, Marquis Snign
Isuguinich; minister of finance. Count
Mntzoukata, minister of war, Lieutenant General Katsnra; minister of marine, Admiral Tamamoto; minister of
justice, M. Kiyonra Keigo.
No Reports to Speak of From the Nov
ember Stites���.Not Much
Milwaukee.. Wif., Nov. 7.���Not in
years has' there been sneh a laok of
interest manifested in a political coutts t. The mocti ngB as a rule, havo
.twin slimly attended, as compared
With former years and a big slump in
the, number of votos cast is looked
St. PqjuiV Minn., N6v. 7.-A fairly
quiet ciniipaign ended in tbis state tonight, with probably as much uncertainty in the outlook as has ever been
known in Minnesota. The democrats, with Jobn Lind, silver republican, endorsed further by tbe populists
as a gubernatorial candidate, have,
by keeping closely to state issues,
sought ito unite nil' factions*, and are
very confident as to the result. While
conceding that the legislature which
will elect Senator Davis, successor,
the senate also participating in the
election two years henoe of a successor
to Senator Nelson, will be republican, 0." -A. Rosing, democratic chairman, claims that' Lind will be electod
bv from 15,000 lo 20,000. He also
claims three and possibly four of tbe
seven Congressmen   and   all three  su-
Cme ' bburt judges. On the "other
id, republican chairman ' Steel
claims everything, but gives no figures, while other republican leaders
believe Eustis will be elected govornor
by ten to fifteen thousand majority.
The Good Feeling of the U. 8. Reoip-
' rooatod in England.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 7.���The
Rt. Hon Lord' Herschell,' chairman
of the. joint. international commission
is in thej city, a gnest of Senator
Fairbanks.- ' He was asked if, in his
opinion,' the era of good feeling between England and this country had
arrived and as to tbe depth of the feeling.
"Whatever is felt here," was the
reply,. " is quite reciprocated on the
other side;' I think, perhaps, you people of the states are more demonstrative than we. The only thing thnt has
held our people back from a great demonstration of tliii-1 sentiment is the
fear tbat the matter is being pushed
rather than allowed to develop of itself. "
Ho was asked if he thought the
strained relations between England
and Russia would result in war.
"I do not consider tbat conditions
are clangorous. My personal belief is
that the. czar is really desirous* of
P9��oe." 4
A Gruesome Tale From Up ��� Fashoda   Settlement   Does
.    the Coast- Not Please Him.
The Murderer Fled aad Wob Found Dead
���  . in the Woods, Evidently of
Heart Failure.
Victoria, Nov. 7.���A brutal murder
was discovered at Saanich this morning and there is every reason to believe that the murderer was the man,
hitherto unidentified, whose remains
v,"ere found in the woods near Esquimau several days ago, aud now snid to
be those of one William Hammond,
formerly of the navy. His victim was
Henry Eminond Smith, sou of Henry
Smith, wbo keeps a grocery store nt
the corner of Government and John
streets. The young man went out to
Saanich on the 20th of October, tho
day following his 26th birthduy. He
bad not since been heard from, so this
morning his father went out to visit
at his cabin at Saanich. Finding tho
place locked up, the father burst open
the cnbin door nud found tho liody
tightly wedged under tbe bunk. The
bedclothes iu n heap on tho floor
showed that thoy were hurriedly torn
awny by the murderer just beforo he
���WUUg Iho nxe, which almost severed
young Smith's bend. Tho gold watch
banging up on tho nail und the undisturbed oonteuts of the cnbiu told
that robbery was not the object of the
murderer whoso motive wnB probably
hatred of the Smiths. The murderer
must have sprung upon liis victim ns
he slept. The ranch upon which the
murder, was done formerly bolongod to
Hammond, wbo wns indebted to
Smith nud a short time ago nn arrangement, waB made whereby in consideration of the liquidation of tho
debt and the payment of a certain sum
to Hammond, the rauoh reverted to
Smith. Hammond, wbo was formerly
a bluejacket attached to one of tho
vessels of the Esquimalt statiou, was
allowed to live in the cabin. He was
au illiterate man, and could neither
read uor writo. For many years past,
since he received his discharge trom
Her Majesty's service, he wandered
nbout the province, railroading and
steainbonting nud mining. He returned to Bnanich ubout 18 months
ago. having come down from Ynlo
in a small canoe, which he exhibited
to nil he knew and told of his  voyage.
Meu who knew HaninioucT, today
identified ns his, the remains found iu
the wopds nenr Esgnimnlt a week ngo.
He hnd died from henrt failure, the
coroner's jury said, while wandering
through the woods. He hnd probnbly
been torn with fears of capture nud
visions of retribution and his mental
nnguieb hud brought on the disease
whieh killed him. When the remains
of the ninrderor wero found, they were
lying on the buck with mouth wide
open nud tho fentures distorted, showing thnt the murderer hnd died in
great agony. Hammond, when death
overtook him, hnd f 1)4.50 in his pocket
a box of priming enps and a flask hnlf
full of whiskey. He wns buried on
News Gathered From All Parts ofthe Dominion and Given iu Condensed
Form an Epitome of Events-
The Motherland Will Be Prepared to Play
Her Full Part Should War With
France EnBue.
A Montronl Star cable says that Lord
Minto has boen niiiden G. O. M; (i.,
in viow of his uppointmenc ns goVer
nor-genernl of'Cnuudn.
It is roportod that Mr. J. F. Cold-
well has disposed of the famous Hul-
tana mino nonr Rut fortage for $1,-
260,000. of which $2110,000 is in cash
nnd the balance in stork guurnutt'cd ut
6 per cent.
The Ontario, W. C- T. UP in session
nt Ottawn Inst week paBsod u resolution against tho proposal to erect a
stntue to General Montmorency nt
Quebec The oouvonticin iiIhci put itself on reoord as opposed to the attitude of Lady Somerset ou tbo prohibition question in England.
In nn interview at Toronto Sir Mackenzie Bnwell stated that thero is no
possiblo exeuBO for n gcnerul election
nt tho present timo nuluss somctliiing j
nroso out of tho internutiunl confer- '
once whieh requirod tho sanation of
the people
J. B. Tyrol!, the well known explorer, hns resigned his position on
tho geologicnl survey stuff nnd will en-
gnge iu mining in tho Yukon.
The corner stone nf the now municipal buildings at Stratford, Ontario,
was laid ou Friday last by Mayor (J.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 7.���The St.
Petersburg newspapers show great
irritation at Englaud over the settle*
niout of the Fashoda affair, and agree
in tho declaration that her conduct will
arouse the powers interested in the
Suez canal to opeu discussions of the
best menus of preventing the final
establishment of England in Egypt.
St. Johus, Nfld., Nov. 7.���The
British government telegraphed tbe
cojoniul minister today asking the
number, tonnage and capacity of
steamers available at this port to convey coal from Sydney for the use of
British wnr ships. Tha cruisers Cordelia and l'elieau will be held at Sydney to capture St. Pierre and proteot
St. Johns in the event of war being
���leclareil. The cruisers are also instructed to break the French oable between St. Pierre uud Brest, France.
Philadelphia, Nov. 0.���A mornin
paper publishes the following: "The
probability of wnr between England
anil Frauce received fresh impetus yesterday by tlio action of Englnnd, who
purchased n large amount of American
coid for immediate delivery nt her
West Indian nnvnl stntious. In re-
sponso to hurried cablegrams from
Tondou, ship brokers engaged in the
West India trado spent the greater
part of yesterday searching for tonnage sui tnblo for the transport of coal
from Philadelphia and Newport News
to points where it will be most convenient for an English oraft to fill
her bunkers. Sailing vessels from
1000 to 10,000 capacity nre particularly
in demand, The first shipments are
to be sent to Kingston, to be followed
by vessels for Bermuda, St. Lucia and
Demeriirn, which nre tho prinoipnl
ports in tho West Indies subject to
Grent Britain. It is proposed to discharge part of the purchnse at St.
Thomas, .-- Duuish island, for whioh
hulks will be used.
"It wits reported yesterday that the
British warships had been ordered here
to undergo slight repairs, which under ordinary circumstances would
have been made at either Halifax ,or
the Bormnda islonds."
Halifax, Nov. 7.���Lord Seymour,
commander-in-chief of British forces
iu North America, created a sensation
ou Saturday night, when bo announced tlmt the militnry service at
Halifax wns defective. He wan Bur-
prised to learn thnt the facilities for
rhe transportation of troops in the case
of trouble nrisiug wore of the meanest
chnrncter. Iu this respect the Imperial nuthorities had sadly neglected
Hnlifnx. Thero ware no suitable
vessels in Hnlifax and those supplied
by tho Imperial authorities are little
better than worthless. The reason
tho war ships Pelican and Cordelia
were loaded with ammunition nnd dispatched from Halifux is this. About
this time of vear, British and French
vessclH cm the fisheries protection service retire, but tho Frenchmen have
remained on the Newfoundland coast
and, in case of hostilities arising, tbo
Cordelia nnd Pelicnii cnn slip ncrosB
from Sydney to Newfoundland at
short notice. Tho British war vessels
will also keep wuteh on the French
coaling at Sydney in enso of trouble.
The Allnns Hnve  u   Dispute With the
Montrcnl, Nov. 7.���A difficulty hns
arisen betwoen the Allnns nnd the
government iu regard to tho wintor
ninil service over tho dny of clepnrture
from Liverpool. The stemnship companies asked permission to leuvo port
on Saturdays, but the department insist* thnt ihe customary dny, Thursday, shall be adhered to. The regular
mails for Canada via New York are
mnde np tor the White Stnr vessels
leaving on Wednesday and thoCunard-
ers leaving on Saturdays. By retaining Thursday for a direct sorvice,
Oanada gets three mails per week
froni Liverpool. If the department
accepted tho views of tho contractors,
tile fatto* would ho drawing pay for
carrying practically only parcels and
newspapers packages, ns the great majority of loiters would bo sent vin New
York as the most expeditious route.
Pembroke.   Out.,   Nov.   7.���Wolves j
are reported plentiful in the townships ���
of Ragland   and   Radbliffe.   in  North ���
Renfrew,   where   they    have   killed
about 400 sheep.
Viotoria, Nov. 7.���The steamer
Horsa was libelled in Esquimalt harbor at tbe insfanoe of the Vancouver
Ooal company, for a claim of $264.
Toronto, Nov. 7.���Hugh Ryan tho
well known contractor, A seriously ill
of Bright's disease.
Now York, N. Y., Nov. 7.���Joseph
Jefferson, tho well known actor, is
confined to his room at the Holland
House. Ho has bronchitis aud his condition is such that his physicians have
doomed it host that he should not act
Bodies of Somo   of  Those Lost on the
Mohegan Reach  New York,
2 New York, Nov. 7.���The bodies of
eight of the passengers on the lost
Atlantic liner Mohegan wrecked on
October 14 at the Manacles, on the
southwest coast of'England, arrived
here today in sealed coffins on the
steamer Menominee  from  London:
The remains are those of Mrs. T. W.
King, of Nantucket Mass., and one
of her sons; Mrs. Weiler, mother of
Mrs. King, also of Nantucket; L. N.
Luko, and wife of Kingston, N. Y. ;
Mrs. A. R. Crumbecht, of Stamford,
Oonn. : Mrs. L. S. Crundin, mother
of Miss Maude Roudebush, the opera
singer, ot Meadvillo, Penna., and
Mrs. Sophia Crane, of California.
Agent Stewart, of the Atlantic Trans
port company, made the necessity Arrangement* with the health authorities for the transportation of the bodies to the different parts of the country where the relatives reside.
The   Most  Difflonlt  One   Ever   Submitted to Abritrntion.
St. Potersburg, Nov. 7.���The Russian official Gazette reports progress
in the Veneuela arbitration under Professor Martins. Both Great Britain and
Venezuela communicated historical
documents and maps to support their
respective olaims ln March last. The
British case comprised eight large volumes and an enormous atlas while the
Venezuelan case comprised four volumes and an atlas. The second phase
of the arbitration opened in August
when each government handed in a
counter case in answer to its opponent's arguments. The members of the
arbitration court have received up to
the present time over 2200 documents
in English, Spanish and Dutch
cover! A; '-_>ur oonturies. The ofHoial
Gazette says that judging from the
material thus far presented the dispute
is tbe most difficult one ever submitted to international arbitration.
Two governments {must furnish arbitrators their final conclusions or printed argument by December. This will
close the preliminary stage. The court
will hear verbal arguments in the
spring nt Paris.
Tbe Haultain-Koss Government Socnros
a Substantial Majority���Four Elections to Be Held To-day.
Tbe eleotions for the North West
Territorial assembly took place on
Friday last and resulted as follows:
Moose Jaw.���J. H. Ross, government.
Whitewood.���A. B. Gillia. government.
Lethbridge.���Dr. DeVeber, government.
Wutaskiwin.��� A. 8. Rosenroll, government.
Macleod.���F. W. G. Haultain, gov
South Qu'Appello.��� G. H. Bulyea, government.
West Calgary.���R. B. Bennett, independent.
East Calgary.���James Reilly, independent
Mediuiue Hat.���Horace Greeley,
Bnttleford.���B.   Prince,   opposition.
Gronfell. ��� Lake, government.
Souris.��� Council, independent.
Edmonton.��� MoCauley, government.
North Regina.���Brown, government.
South Regina.��� Hawkes, independent.
Moosoniiii.��� Neff, opposition.
Wolseley.���Elliot, government.
High River.��� Wallace,   government.
Red Deer.���Simpson, government.
Prince Albert, oast���MacLeod, independent.
Prince Albert, we6t��� Agnew government
Banff���Brett, opposition.
The elections in Oannington, St.
Albert and Victoria take plaoe   today.
A Toronto Man Drinks Carbolio Acid
and Refuses Any Antidote.
Toronto, Ont, Nov. 7.���Thos. Carson, a shoemaker, with a wife and
eight children, took a big dose of carbolic acid this morning in the presence of Mb wife. A doctor was
called instantly, but Carson refused to
allow any remedy to be administered,
fighting desperately. At Inst a little
oil was^orced between his tceth.ibnt
too late. He died an hour Iif ter taking
the poison. He had been drinking
heavily of late.
Hamilton, Nov. 7.���The Induction of the Rev. J. O. James,
the new reotor of Bt. Thomas
churoh, took place yesterday morning.
Bishop Dnmoulin, at one time rector
of the church, conducted the cere
Death of Mrs Langworthy at
The Woman Was Mildred Long, Who Was
Deoeived Iby a Sham Marriage, Bnt
Stead Got Justice For Her.
London, Nov. 7.���The famous Lang,,
worthy case, which caused a great
sensation in England in 1887, has .been
revived by the death of Mrs. Lang-
worthy and the suicide of her husband in the Grand hotel in Paris. The
wife was the heroine of the extraordinary proceedings which William T.
Stead, to whom she appealed, exposed
in tbe Pall Mali Gazette. Her maiden
name was Mildred Long, and sbe was
a teacher in Pnris when she met Lang-
worthy, a wealthy widower who had
inherited ��150,000 and to whom the
denth of bis mother and aunt menut
an immense heritage. His flrst wife
was a sister of thn Earl of Limerick.
Langworthy met Miss Long iu 1882
and married bor secretly in a Catholic
church at Caen. He afterwards went
to South Amorica in his own steam
yacht, the Metoor. Ho constantly ill-
treated his wife and when ho learned
sho was in a delicate condition of
health, be separated from ber at
Buenos Ayres, declaring their marriage a sham. Thereupon, Mrs. Langworthy returned to her father and began proceedings against her husband,
who declared there had been no lawful marriage between tbem. The divorce court was obliged to decide
tbat the iptfr-atga was invalid, hut
granted her niijuouy to the amount
of ��1200 a year, which was not paid,
as her husband fled from the   country.
Eventually Mrs. Langworthy became
almost penniless, and, in despair, was
contemplating suicido, whon sho saw
Mr. Stead, who warmly championed
her cause in the Pall Mall Gazette, of
which ho was then tho editor. All
London became interested in Mrs.
Langworthy's story nnd subscriptions
flowed in for her assistance. She
then brought action for breach of promise of marriage against Mr. Langworthy, whicli was settled by the payment to her of ��20,000 and the granting of ��500 yearly to her child Gladys.
The parties after that disappeared
from public view until the tragedy at
the Grand hotel where Langworthy
recently committed suicide. He had
apparently beeu reconciled to his wife,
who died shortly beforo ho destroyed
himself. Langworthy left a letter in
which he said he committed suicide
on account of his wife's doath.
Guelph.Out, Nov. 7.��� Thomas Morris, 12 years old, had his clotbiug set
fire by a oan of benzine exploding
and was in danger of burning to
aeath, when Frank Cole came to the
rescue and extinguished the flames
with his own coat.
Ottawa, Nov. 7.���Sir Richard Cart-
wright hus gone to Kingston. He will
not return before sturtiug for Washington to resume his work at the oon-
oreuco there. Hon'. Mr. Davies leaves
for Washington tiiinornw.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier will not join his
colleagues until next wink.
Montreal, Nov. 7.���Near 3000 volunteers took part in tho church parade
yesterday. The men attended Borvices
at St. Georges, St. Andrews and St.
JnraeB (Roman Catholic) churches.
After the parade the men wore reviewed by Major General Hutton, who ox-
pressed great satisfaction at thoir flno
Toronto, Nov. 7.���Rev. A. B. Simpson, evangelist, who recently realized
over one hundred thousand dollars at
an assembly in New York for mission
purposes, is in the city, addressing the
Christian Alliance convention. He
does not contemplato repenting his
New York efforts horo, howevor.
Ottawa, Nov. 7.���The statomeut
that Mr. Chamberlain made representations to tho government on tho subject of tho alien ownership of Anti-
costi is officially denied.
nel-roroloiclral Ki-pori.
(ObnorvatioiiH laltcn by A. H, Holdlch.)
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Not S Sunday 45.0 85.0 0.08 27.75
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which it is ve*y difficult to cope, but
in this case ejectment proceedings
will precede argument of the mcritp of
the lease and in that ejectment
France will be hurt.
The prohibitoniists are persistent.
They have asked Sir Wilfrid Laurier
to introduoe a prohibition bill at the
next session of parliament, based on
the fact that theJEnglish speaking provinces gave a total majority of 105,975
in favor of prohibition and, subtracting the negative majority of Quebec,
��� majority of 13,000. The premier is
not likely to touch the] matter again.
He has had a dreadfnl fright already
and only Quebec saved him from disaster and it is not likely that the would
endanger his government merely to
please the prohibitionists, who certainly cannot claim a popular majority seeing that the number of electors
who voted upon the subject was extremely small. The prohibitionists
would do well to let the matter rest
for a time and in the interval to mobilize their forces. If they at any
time can show that the peoplo as a
whole are with them, they will secure
what they seek. It would be rather
one-sided legislation to insist upon
prohibition in tbe English provinces
and let Qnebeo continue the traffic in
liquor as of yore. But your thorough
paced prohibitionist is nothing if he
be not arbitrary. Doubtless the government thinks itself very fortunate in
escaping, even so narrowly, from a
great dilemma nnd tbere will be two
moons in the sky before they are
found again flirting with a question
whioh is not one for legislative bnt for
individual action. Politics are complicated enough without the introduction of matters which would lay the
oountrv by the enrs nnd do irrepar-
nble harm.
The despatches continue to tell of
the extraordinary activity of the British naval authorities. Tbe latest is
that immense quantities of coal bave
been ordered in the United States for
delivery in the West Indies islands
and ship brokers at New York and
Philadelphia have been busy for days
past in securing tonnage to meet tbe
order. The coal will be immediately
shipped fiom Philadelphia and Newport News to Jamiaca and St. Luoia,
a portion of the order going to Bermuda and a large quantity to Demur -
ara, or what is commonly known as
British Guiana.
From the other side of the world
comes the information thnt several
vessels of the Pacifio fleet are taking
on coal and munitions of war at Hong
Eong, where the utmost aotivity prevails in the naval department. The
first olass cruiser Powerful has two
thousand tons ot ooal in her bunkers
and all war ships. coming in are im
mediately equipped for sea again.
It is plainly evident that Great  Britain will brook no   denial   of   ber de
mands in Egypt on the part of Frauce
and will go into  action fully prepared
to enforce ber policy in tbat   country.
If Russia espouses tbe cause ot
France then Britain will meet them
botb and it will go hard if she does
not. overcome them. Tbere never was
a time in her history when Great
Britain waa so well prepared for war
as now. She has an immense fleet,
enormous supplies of coal and unlim
ited money, and behind all stand the
nation at home and in the colonies
grimly approving of the attitude ot
Lord Salisbury, and fearing not the
batt'9 a- the issue. There will be no
flinching if tbe hour of trial come,
nor need there be any fear that those
who have been invincible in the field
of war hitherto will ever be over-
turned\by the inferior *aoes of Europe.
Extract from an article in tbe Victoria Colonist anent the character of
the political contest, now in progress
in the neighboring stato of Washington: "The congressional aud state
elections are now on there nnd the air
is lurid With journalistic and oratorical pyroteobnics." The word "lurid"
is used inthe sense of" red" or "fiery"
evidently. Then tho Colonist proceeds: "The English language is being badly strained," etc. We should
say ao.
Within the next few months the
Saltan and the Ottoman power may
disappear. When, mnny years ago
Bishop Newton wrote his dissertation
on tbe Prophecies he asserted that the
reference in Daniel to the drying up
of the Euphrates that the way of the
kings of the east should be prepared,
meant the shrinkage, the drying up,
and disappearance of tbe Ottoman
power, the Turkish empire. At that
time this empire was among the most
splendid in tbo world, rich, populous,
far reaching in its influence, powerful
and giving indications of strength
that would endure for nges. Accordingly Bishop Nowton wns severely
oritioUed and ridiculed for presuming
to say that this vigorous power would
decay or pass nwny, nud the worthy
bishop's interpretation of the prophecy
Wis set down hy the quid nunc ns an
absurdity not to be countenanced.
Yet witbin fifty yenrs of the bishop's
utterance Turkey hnd becomo nn insignificant power Baved from ntter
ruin only by Great Britain, who sus
tminod the throne of tho Sultun for
political reasons. It is evident that
the days of thnt ever untrustworthy
potentate are numbored and that he
and the system whieh he represents
will shortly disappear. The Euphrates
ii already dried up aud the kings of
the east, whoever they mny be, will
walk over it without inconvenience or
peril. The declaration of a British
proteotorate in Egypt will be the flrst
step. Tbe Sultan will protest and the
strong hand of the British government
will reach out and plnck bim down
and that will be the end of him.
Trance may have got a lease from
bim of the Bahr El Ghazal region but
that lease will scarcely apply. If
France paid anything for it, then it
bas upon iti hands a worthloss security. It cannot be realized upon. France
may enter upon possession, and sometimes   possession is something against
Played '"La Belle Marie" Last Night
at the Skating Rink.
"La Belle Marie" played last night
at tbe skating rink is certainly the
finest of tbe many tine plays the Bit't
ner compnny bave gi"en in Nelson.
It is tbe story of the betrayal and revenge of a beautiful, clever nnd determined girl, Jean Ingleside.
George Leigbton goes down to the
seaside on a business errand and there
meets Jean, the daughter of a mill
owner. To further his busuess projects he makes love to her, promises to
marry her and takes advantage of her
love for bim. Sbe implores bim to
marry her. He refuses, and his
brother Earl wbo overhears comes in
and tells of George's engagement to
Edith, their father's ward. Old Ingle
side also appears on the scene and tries
to kill George, but bis excitejnent
causes him to broak a blood vessel,
and, over her father's dead body Jesn
vows revenge.
Jean next appears as Marie Dubois.
a most charming and fascinating
French womnn, aud in tbnt disguise
completely captivates, George Leigh-
ton, who lavishes money on her.
Eventually he steals money from his
father, but manages to throw the
blame on Earl, whose dissolute habits
lend themselves to the accusation. He
is thus driven from home, notwithstanding tho entreaties of his mother,
sister and Edith, who is in love with
him. Dunne his exile, his only
friends are Byron Waupingee, Grace
Leigh ton's fiance, and Swipes, a
news boy.
Meanwbile La Belle Marie oom
plotes George's ruin by taking some
bonds he had stolen from liis father,
and getting him to sign an incriminating document. Just as George imagines that he is about to wed Edith,
and - with ber fortune repay the
stolen money, Marie and Earl appear
with incontrovertible proofs of Earl's
innocence and George's guilt. Esrl
is reinstated, George is disgraced
Marie declares her identity and the
onrtnin drope on a very effective scene,
In the double charaoter of Jean nnd
Marie, Miss Mattie Chelate was seen
in quite a new light. Her powers ns
a tragedienne are well known by now
to Nolson audiences, bnt her playing
of the vivacious and dainty French coquette cume almost as a revelation.
Needless to say she looked lovely nnd
her costumes were becoming than ever
moro. As Grace, Mrs. Bittner acted
with her usual grace and sprightlincss
and Miss Milly Stevens made a charming Edith. Mrs. Kelly as Madeline,
Marie's maid, bad but limited opportunities, but made the best possible
use of them.
W. W. Bittner, as George, the villain and seducer, made a great hit,
impersonating the steady businessman
suddenly carried off his feet by a dangerous adventuress, to a nicety. W.
.). Fredericks, ns Mr. Leighton, the
fond and trusting father, was very
good indeed, in fact it was probably
the finest piece of acting he has given
ns yet, J. Wnldron, as tbe scape
grace Earl treated the audience to a
verv finished nnd nrtistio piece of acting. Lew Rose wns quite nt home in
the low comedy part of the stnpid
stammering waiter, Stnbbs, keeping
the nndienee in fits by bis queer an-
tios. Mr. Rose also played the part
of John Inglesido, the old man who
died in the first act, with great skill.
E. B. Kelly wns ns good as ever ns
Byron Waupingee, as was L. McClelland in his brief appearanoe as Swipes.
Tonight tho Bittner company give
the well known drama Michael Stro-
The Bank of British North America has decided tu open a branoh in
Greenwood with Joseph Andrews, lato
accountant in the Rossland branch,
as manager.
H. Rov of Rossland, ia in tow n on
mining business.
J. Sharpies left last night on a business visit to Trail.
C. W. Engledue of Rat Portage is
registered at the Hume.
Mr. J. E. Annable left on Saturday
evening for a business visit to Trail
and Rossland.
A. R. B. Hearn, manager of the Imperial Bank at Revelstoke, returned
borne on last night's train.
Mr. C. D. J. Christie insurance and
real estate ngont moved his office yes-
terdny to the Aberdeen block.
Among those registered nt the Phair
nro A. E. Irelnud, Toronto; E. J.
Mathews, Pilot Bay, aiid J. F. Stevens, Brooklyn.
Amoug thoso registered nt tho Humo
are W. A. Cummings, Ainsworth ; O.
A. Wing, Oro; G. A Mitchell, Port-
lund, and C  Brel, Silverton.
"Josh" Billings, ndvnnce agent
for the Bittner Theatre company,
lenves this morning for Rossland to arrange for the company's appearance
J. W. Moffat, of tho firm of Moffut
& Church, returned yesterday from
Four Mile creek near Silyerton,
where he has mining properties under
his charge.
Among those registered nt tbo
Queens are C. Bishop, Sandon;
Mrs. H. Nelsou and Miss R. Mowatt,
New Denver; Mr. nud Mrs. D. E.
Riordan, Mrs. C. F. Blackfan, aud
W. Middletou, Spokune; J. Doviu,
Revelstoke, J. Thieber, Spokane, and
N, McLellan, Slocan City.
HE Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
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SSS       Four Roomed House on Observatory St.    $15 per month. I
Pp                 Eijjht roomed furnished house, Observatory St. ;
I The Birkbeck Investment,  Security \
':               and Savings Co. j
Sn   advance money on Improved Real Estate.    Repayable in 5 and I
- ;                               8 yenrs by monthly instalments. ���
New York, Nov. 7.���Bar silver,
C>0% ; Mexican dollars, 47 ; silver certificates, 60>4 to 61>a.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer nnd Porter.
Drop in   nnd see   us.
B. C.
If you want to Rent, Buy
or Build 11 House, sell
your L"ts,sell your House,
insure yonr Property or
your Life, borrow money
Steamship Lines
From Montreal or Quebec
Beaver Line���Lake Superior Nov. Iti
Beaver Line���Gallia Nov. Zi
Dominion Lino���Labrador Nov. 12
Dominion Lino���Scotsman Nov. 10
Allan Lino���Laurentian       ..Nov 1*2
Allan   Lino���Culifornlan      ...Nov. IU
From New Vork
White Star Lino-Majestic Nov. Ki
White Star Line���Germanic Nov, 28
Cunard Line��� Lucnnla Nov, till
Cunard Lino���Umbrla Nov. Ill
Allan HtaLe Lino���State of Nebraska��� Nov. \H
Allan Stato Ltno���Mongolian .Dec.  2
Anchor Line���Ancboriu Nov. ID
Cabin, $45.00, $50, ?'*., $70 $80ond upwards.
Intermediate, $32.50 and upward*
Steerage. $22.50 and upward*,
PoHHengorH ticketed through to all point* !*i
Great Britain or Ireland, and at xpeeiallv low
ra.os to all part* of tho European conti icnt.
Prepaid paHRaget* arranged from all point*
Apply   to GKO.   H.    BKKH,    City   Ticket
Agent. Neltfbn, or to,     AVI LLI AM S'lTT'I
654)    Geiiorat Agent. C.P.K. IHIleos. Winnipeg
Tailing CIT-rct Ii(MI oVIork n. m., Srplrmber
III, 1898. Pacific nr l.'lilli Jlerlilliin
Wkst Bound
First Clasi
Leaves Dull/
8.30 a. in.
8.5.1 a. m.
9.15 >. in.
10.110 a. in.
10.08 a. m.
10.20 a. m.
10:34 a. in.
10.35 a. ni.
10.45 a. in.
Arrive Daily
'I'iinc Card Nn2
Seel, lsr. IXU8.
South Korli
Hear Lake
Pnj ne Tram
Cody Junction
Eaht Bound
First Class
Arrive Dally
.1.311 p. HI.
3-O.i p.m.
2.10 p.m.
2.00 p.m.
1.50 p.m.
1.38 pm.
1:23 p.m.
1.22 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
Leavo Dally
Mixed Mixed
Leavos Dally Stations Arrivo Daily
11:00a. in. Sandon 11:511 a.m.
11:10 " Cody Junction uao  "
11:25 " Cody 11:35  "
ArrivoDal Leave D.tlly
164) G. Y. Sc P. 4 Superintendent.
IS DRAWING NEAR. You will have
company for dinner and you will require
something out of the ordiriary line of
Groceries.... .... ....
Remember.   ,   .
Goods. Truffs, D'Anchois, Pois Moyens,
Caviar, Champignons, Sauces of all kinds,
Cross & Blaekwell's Jams, Jellies, Marmalades and Pickles, McLaren's Cheese,
Lobster, Mackerel, Brook' Trout, and
English Prepared Mince Heat.    ,   .
M. DesBrisay & Co,,
NELSON, B. u, Aberdeen Block.
We are prepared to turnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices and carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling', Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Door*. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
A.    E.    YOUNQ,   AGENT.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
. . FRESH . .
Gumps supplied on shortest notiep nml Iaii.9*t Prices
Mnil Orders receive Careful ulleiitiou,
Nothing hut fresh mid wholesome uieute nntl supplies
kepi in otock.
Mnrltdd ��t Nelson nml Ymir.
p. burns & co.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
tz^^Z.*" 4 44444 t ��� '^5^*5
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slocan Citj.
orders by mall lo sny brsitch will have careful snd prompt attentlM.
The  Crow's   Nest   Pass   Coal   Co.
is now prepared to receive orders for
Domestic and Stoam Coal and  Blacksmith's Fuel.
PRICE:    Domestic   and    Steam  Coal    $5.75   per   ton.
Blacksmith's Fuel $10.00 per ton.
Order*   Received at C. W. West; A Go's. Office
CHARLES ST. BARBB, General Agent.
IAIXM. HFIKE-. M Min. Ano.. 0orsw.il.)
Opposite I'huir Hotel.
p. o. box sta.
Hit-muled experience lu Chile snd Qcrruaa
South Africa. Anna}', uud analysis of oron.
Iloports and valuaticAfe on mineral properties
Underground surveying and lulus plans k.pt
up by ���*��� tract.
earner War* an* antra lia,
will fill  no orders for Wood
Coal or Lima unlaw
accompanies order. All accounts of over thirty daya standing will be put into tha hands
of a collector,
���ma mvK* wiaaa a*,**;.
Official Directory.
Uovernor-Gencrol - Karl of Aberdeen
Premier - sir \\ ilfriil Laurior
iMuiniiL'r House pf Common*, Dominion Parliament. West* Kon'otiivy Hewitt Rostock
Dep Col. Inliinil ituv-viiue F IV Swannell
iJeut.Qovernor ��� Hon T R Mclnnes
Preinlei - Hon Chan Semlin
Attorney-Uenaral - Hon Joseph Martin
MiniHlernf Finance - Hon K 0 ('otton
WinislcrMlneiiaiiii Kdiiculion Hon J Y Hume
Pre. Kxeeiiilve Council Hon Ilr McKechnie
Member LegUlalivo Assembly tnr Nelson Rld-
lntt - Hon J I*' Hume
Mayor John Huuston
Aldermen-I'll*. Hillyer. V F Teelnel, J A
OUtcr, i I Maloiie, K P u hulley. Thou Madden.
City Clark J K Btmohan
Police Maulutrat. K A Crcnse
Chief uf Police . A  P McKlnnon
Ckief of Fire Department . W J Thompson
Auditor ' John Hniiilllon
Water Cominisidoiior - T M Ward
Health Officer ��� - Dr. Lit Mau
City Knglneor - A. L. M'Culloch
City council meets evorT Mondav, 3 p..n.. at
city hall, cor Viotoria and Josephllio st
Dr. K C Arthur. Ur. Q A II Hall. Gen John
��to��e.   Prinoipal���J.   Iloallcy   Soady. U. A.
President - J Roderick Robertson.
Vic^-Prealdent ��� James Lnwrence.
8��y-Trea��. ��� John A Turner.
President John A. Turner
Tlce-Pfes. W. A. Jowett.
Secretary F. W. Swannell
Treaa. ��� J A Forin
Medical Supt. . Dr. U. A H Hall
Warden Capt. N. Fitswtubtw
First Jailer ���                              R. LMdcll
Second Jailer ',          Goo. Partridge
Third Jailer I                 John McLaren
Senior Guard R in,*.*
Surgeon .                    Dr. Syiuouds
Government Inspector of Agencies W J Goepel
Gold Comiiiiiisionur - O. O. Dennis
Mining Recorder-Tax Col II F Tolmie
Collector of Customs       - Goo. Johnstone
Provincial Assessor John Keen
Ro.nty Court Judge J A Forin
egistrar - E T H Simpkins
Inspector of School.        .        William Burn*)
IW p.m.
1.10   ��.m.
���1.00 p.m.
���.no p.m
United States, OntarioTQuo-
bee and Eastern Provinces
Point, on N. & F. S. line.
Victoria and Rowland.
New Denver, Sandon and
Slocan Lake Poiuts.
Kaslo and Kooienay Lake
Rossland. Trail, Nakusp
Itobson, points on main lim
0. P. R., Vancouvor nm
5.15 p.m.
1,30 p.m.
7.15 a.m.
7.00 a.m.
orrioa nouits. :
lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Gonoral
Delivery. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Registration. 8.30
a.n>. to 7 p.m.; Money Orders and Savings Bank
8 a.m. M I p.m.; Sunday I hour (10 to 11 a.ml.
J. A. GILKER, Postmaster
Church or KNOLAi��D-Mntln 11a.m.; Even
Song. 7'H) p.m. ovory Sunday. Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month after
Mai Ins; on 8nd and 4th Sundays, at 8 a.111
Sunday Vhonl at 2.30 p.m. Rev II. S \kn-
hnrst. Rectnr.   Cor Ward anil Silica street's.
PitKKHVTunuN Church���Services at ll .-..m
and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School nt 2.311 p.m
lT;��yer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
Christian Endeavor Society moels evory Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Fiow
MiTnomsT Ciiuncii-Corner Silica nnd
Josephine Streets. 8orvlces at II a.m. and 7,30
p. in. ; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.m.; Prayor meel-
lng on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Epworth
League C, h., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Rev. John
Robson, Pnstor,
^Jl0!'!? ClIURCH-Masa nt Nelson, flrst
and third Sunday at 8 and 10.00 a.m.; Ilcnoillr-
llo. at 7.30 to 8 p.m, Rev. Fathor Forland
Baptist Church - Servlcos morning and
even ng at 11a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meet,
lng Wednesday evoning at 8 p.m.; Meetings
are h**ld In the school houso. Strangers cordially welcomed.   Rev. G. R. Woloh, Pastor.
h.lvatioh ARMY-Servlces overy evening
*A? P01^,.,'1 barracks on Viotoria Btroot.
Adintant Mlllner in chargo.
NBLSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. ft; A.
'M. meets second Wednesday In eaoh
month.   VIslttar brethren invited.   -
G. L. Lennox. Secretary.
I, O. O. F.    Kootenay Lodge
No. It, meets overy Monday night,
at their Hall, Kootenay street.
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.   '
A. H. Clements, N. G.      Fred J Squires, 8ec.y
.NELSON   LODGE No. 25, K. of P���
linnets in Castle hall, McDonald block
VT.  ..,,,���    ,,,.,,,    ,iii.,*uiiniiiniuL*i
svery iccond and fourth Tuosday even-
Ins at 8 o'olock.  All visiting knights
cordially Invited,
R G. Jot, C. C. ,' ,',
(W) Oxo. Ross K. of R. ud S.
NELSON LODGE,   I. O. G. T.     Meets in
Castlo Hall, MoDonald Block, every Monday
evening at 8 o'elock.   Visiting TemplArs oordlally invited, John rsi.roRD,
Chlof Templar.
J. F. Jacobson   Soo'y
second and fourth Wednesday
each month at K. of P. Hall. Mao,
Donald Block, oor. Vernon and
Josephlno streets. Visiting broth
ly Invited.
Cius. H. Farrow,
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3188 meets
1st and 3rd Wednesday ln each month in the
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. 8, C. R.j J R
Green. C.H.: ,T. I'urkls.. Secy.
NELSON LODGK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meet
.very Thursday In the I.O.O.F. hall. G C
Williams. M.W.: W 8 Smith, Rec.-Soo.; J. J.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver and
NKLSON L.O.L. No. ltM meets in the Mo
Donald block every Thursday evening at 8
o'olock. Visiting members oordlally Invited
/���hn Toys W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.8.
8pokane Falls &
Northern R'y.
Nelson  dt Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
Tht only all rail route without ohange
af ean between Uebon and Bowlaad and
Bpokiat ud Howland.
Lento 6-20 a.m, HEL80K Andre 5.35 p-m
"   12.-35 "  BOSSL'D   "  11:20   " ''
"    1*30 a.m. SPOKANE   "    3-10 p.m.
Train thst leaves Nelimo nt li:'2l) um
makes elote connections st Spokane fur
all Padifie Coast Poiuts.
Passengers for Kettle River aud Boundary Creek,connect nt Marcus witli Stnim
O. G. DIXON, O. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wash.
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Business Transacted Yester
day By the Oity Fathers. ,
The  New demote^ Arrangementa-^Tlie
Oitjr Clerk's Salary fiaised���Kegard-
iug the Ohineie Question.
At the regular meeting of the city
council yesterday afternoon there wero
present Mayor Houston, in the chair,
and Alderman Hillyer, Madden, Gjlker
and Teetzel. After the minutes of tho
last meeting had beeu read and
adoptod, several tenders for building
the new oemotery fence, the caretaker's bouse and the mortuary were
openod. The tenders were awarded to
tho lowest bidder, and Ed. Cawloy obtained tho contract. His bid was 11
cents per lineal foot for the picket
fencing, seven . oents per foot for
board fenoing, $143 for the oiirotakor's
honse, and 182.25 for tbe mortuary.
A communication from the I. O. 0.
F. was read to tho effect that they will
superintend the removal of their own
bodies, and enclosing a chock for $10
being tbo initial payment for au acre
plot. Tbe check was accepted, and it
was decided to outer into an agreement
to deed the ground to the lodge. This
lodge was the only society that had
made formal application and ' it was
decided tor take no action as to limiting the amount of ground they can
acquire, bnt consider ench application on its merits.
A resolution waa passed providing
that in future uo city supplies be sold
unless cash be paid therefor.
Tne question of Chinamen renting
lota and buildings on the main stroets
of tbe town came up for disoussion,
and the mayor mentioned instances,
and also that the city had colleoted
tbe road tax from somo 140 Chinamen,
and thero were about 50 or 60' still
to oome, which' meant that tba Chinese formed one-seventh of tbe adult
male population of Nelson, wbicb was
an excessive proportion. Aid. Teetzel
and Madden thought it would be difficult to take effective action. Thia
was recognized, bnt a resolution was
passed to the effect that it was the
opinion of tbe council that tbe renting
of buildings to Chinese on the main
streets shonld be discouraged, as detrimental to tbe best intorests of the
The oounoil by resolution raised the
salary of tbe city clerk from $85 to
$100 per month to date from Ootober 1,
A communication from Jobn A. Turner, president cf the Kootenay Lake
Qeneral Hospital was then read.   The
is part of the equipment of every
war Teasel.
But anyone can find the range they
want by coming here. Wc have
Stores and Ranges of all sizes and various styles in stock and each one is well
made, strong and an economical user
of fuel.
The Perfection is about one of the
best cookers on the market. Burns
coal or wood and gives fine results.'
Our line of Heaters is very handsome. ;
Tuamr Hardware Co..
importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies*
letter requested tbat tbe city help the
hospital in making sewer connections,
their present sower arrangements (being unsatisfactory. The city sewerage
system has now reached   Cedar street.
Tbo mayor said Ibat the city hud
built the liospiliil cess pit ou con,litinii
tbey kept it in good order and they
should hnve done" eo. Several of the
aldermen complained that the hospital
liad never .shown' any consideration
for the.city and that it had never
been able to get any of its indigent
patients into the hospital.
Aid. Teetzel thoright that the best
remedy fo* the presont slate ,ot affairs
would be for the city to mako au au-
nr.ul donation t> the | mspiial, aud
for some of tbe alderman to be on the
board of.diraotors. Aid. Hillyer fay/ir-
od granting tbe request on term*.
Eventually on. motion of Aid. Whalley, tho communication >v��s flled fnr
further consideration.
Tho mayor thou rend a letter from
the Board of Trade, setting' forth Hie
resolution recently passed by that
body ou the advantage of Nelson Lo-
coming a divisional point, aud requesting the council to take action iu the
matter. After some discussion during
whioh the importance of the subject
was fully recognized by nil tho speakers, it was decided' that a special committee consisting of the mayor uud
Aid. Hillyer aud Gilker attend the
meeting of the South Kootenay Board
of Trade next Monday to discuss and
decide upon: the best  course to pursue.
The'.mayor then stated that the
ftity's legal advisors were endeavoiiug
to settle the dispute botween tho city
and the Nelson Land Improvement
oompany, by arbitration. In this connection the mayor read a letter from
Messrs. Macdonald & Johnson to tho
effect tbat thoy had asked Mr. J
EHiot; the late oity solicitor, for certain panors needed iu tho matter, but
that he had refused to give thom up
or to allow copies of them to be made.
They vere of opinion that a successful
application could be made at Victoria
for an order for the delivevv of tho papers. The council decided to adopt
this course.
Some accounts were tben ordered
pnid, including a bill from Messrs.
Tupper- Peters ���& Rotts for $403*.50 being their Costs for defending the, recent suit to quash the electric light
Speakiug of the test of tbe fire brigade last Wodnesday afternoon tho
mayor said tbat if tbe firo department
had n few more drills and proper appliances, they would bo fairly effective. They did well on the occasion
iu question.
There was some adverse comment ou the action of Dr. Arthur
in calliug on outside medical witnesses at inquests, instead of summoning the medical health officer, and
thereby ooousiouing extra expense to
the city.
After deciding to lay a three foot
sidewalk along Vernon street to Pnrk
street, aud up Purk street as far as
blook 15, lot 22, the council adjourned
until next Monday.  .
Condensed News of the Happenings of the
Week In and Around Onr Busy
Oity and Kootenay.
D. M. Rogers of Victoria, has' been
appointed liquidator for the purpose of
winding np the affairs of the Columbia <fe Kootenay Steam Navigation
In the police oourt yesterday J. McAllister was fined $5 and costs for
being drunk and causing a disturbance, and $10 for resisting arrest, the
prisoner pleading guilty to both
charges.   The   fines   were both   paid.
The/Bank of Montreal has, purchased
loti 10, block 10, on the southwest
oorner of \\'ard and Baker streets. Tho
nrice paid is stated to be over $300 a
foot for 80 foot frontage. This is tho
highest prico ever pnid for real estate
in Nelson.
J. W. Smith of the Cpsmopolitan
hote( gt Ymir has taken an interest
with C* Howsoh in the Windsor hotel
at Kossland, and will leave for that
oity -on Wednesday evening, .lir.
Smith will continue to manage the
Cosmopolitan. -   .    -
John Dwyer made himself conspicuously disagreeable on Baker street yesterday afternoon about S o'clock,, by
being drunk and swearing, and generally creating a disturbance. He wns
promptly taken in charge by Chief of
Police McKinnon.
There was a rumor on the street
yesterday that the vacant posts at the
provincial jail had been filled. Inquiry at the jail elicted tho information that tho rumor was incorrect, the
important positions of inner and outer
guards being slill unocenpied.
fy, H. Dowsing, of Nelson gives
notice in the official Oar.ette, of his
Intention to apply to the provinoial
government for a lease of 160 acres of
land, opposite Kaslo, for a term of
21 years for the pnrpose of opening
and working a stone quarry.
The committee of the National
Council of Women will meet a committee of local gentlemen this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Board of
Trade rooms, to discuss tbe best methods of arousing interest in and raising
fnnds for the proposed Nelson public
A boy named Gilohrist, in the employ of Stanley's News Depjt, while
up at tbe new cemetery on Sunday
was sbot in the knee by some one who
was using a shotgun. Gilchrist has
been laid np at his home on Observatory street ever since. It is not known
who was the author of   the   accident.
The work engine on the line between Robson and Trail was ditched
yesterday evening, with the result
thnt the passenger train was unable to
get by in time to oonnect with train
from Robson to Nelson! Tbe passengers were to come on by a special
freight, but had not arrived when we
went to press.
Tbe Ladies Gnild of the English
churoh had a successful evening yesterday, when they served -ap oysters
in all styles to all comers in the building formerly ocoupied by Lillio Bros.
The room was tastefully decorated,
the suppers were excellent, and, it
is satisfactory to be able to add, the
financial results of the venture were
Wc arc now ill our new quarters
and have a fine assortment of all
the latest styles in Boots & Shoes
Neeland's Shoe Emporium.
Next door to old stand.
Mr. J. Riardou, late of Ihe Hotel
Reco at Sandon bas leased the Bon
Ten restaurant in Nelson, nnd wiii
open it up on Weflnesday.
The Thursday evening perfofinauco
of the : Bittner oomnany will - be a
benefit for tbe I. O. G. T. and on Friday night for the fire brigade.
The branch'of fee Imperial Bank
wliich has boqn located here, will open
for business tomorww morning.
The bank has tnken up temporary
quarters in the premises recently vacated by Si Neelands.
Notice is given by tho minister of
mines thnt section 34 of the mineral
act, which provides thut "a free
miner, or company of free miners,
shall be allowed to perform on any
one or more of such claims all the
work required to entitle.him or theni
to it certificate for Work for each claim
so held by him or tbem," shall be
construed its not applicableTto a minor al claim for which a crown grant*
has beon issued. Notico is also given
by the minister of mines that hia
honor the lieutenant* governor J in
council has been pleased to rescind tho
order in council of tho 29th October,
1897, approving a regulation which
provides for relief against forfeiture
owing to tbo lapse of a free miner's
certificate, such rescission to tako
effect on and after tho 15th day of November next.
WILSON.��� In Nelson, on Mondav,
Nov. 7tb, 189S, tbe wife of P. E.
Wilson, parristei, of a son.
for Ibe Ererlloii ���r  a   Wood   anil   Water
About ono milo lone to tho smeller, will bo
received until Mondny thu lith ln-t. ut l'i
o'clock noon.
Hpccltlcatlons cnn be neen and other information obtftlned on Thursday llie loth ins!., ul tho
goneral otliees ot the compnny.
Tho lowest or any' tender not necessarily
Until further nolioo no  pnMKcngers   will  bo
carried over thfl lino of Iho Crow's Nest Pnsfl
railway between Kugkonoolc And Cranbrook.
2>. flfocHrtbur & Co
At Reduced Prices for Cash lo make Room for new good*
Bedroom Sets - . - $15.00 and up
Parlor Sets Wilton Rug - $60.00
Carpets, Ingrain - - 30c per yd. and up.
Full line of Household and Office Furniture at a liberal discount.   Undartak
ing and Embalming a Specialty,
4   NO   WASTE .*
There is no waste of effort to keep
the fire going
There is no waste of fuel, nu wast* of ke at,
no waste of labor with u "Famous" Stovo
or Range. You get the mint heat witk tke
least fuel, because tho " Famous" is scientifically constructed. You |get more service from a " Famous" because it is built of
the best material in the best way. Everyone gets the most satisfaction from the
"Famous" Stoves and Ranges because they
are perfect in every point. We have them
in all sizes and at all prices,
Cor. fiSarb & Vttnon #t3.
Weteon... VJ8. C.
Finest Hotel in the Interior.
Steam Heat and Electric Light in every room.
Large Sample rooms for Commercial Travellers.    Rates Reasonable
H. D. HUME, Manager.
All accounts duo to the Kootenay
Cigar company np to Novombor 1, are
to bo paid to Mr. F. J, Farley and all
acconuts due by the company will be
pnid by him, 6*
f ?
! COUgllS and !
! Colds::        !
I !
A arc prevalent at this time  *
9 9
* of the year.    If you  are 4
X troubled   with   either  we  y
9 wish to inform   you   that  J
* you will find a full line of ��
i       -        - 4
? llie popular remedies at      r
I Vanstone's Dn Store f
k k
k % I
Victoria Street
the strength of the little ones ive
have allthe materials. Our stock
of these goods, from Nursing bottles, Nipples, etc. to Prepared Food
for Infants is targe, well assorted
ind contains everything approved
of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. You will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drug & Book Go.
at the
Skating Rink
the beautiful drama
"Michael Strogoff."
by the
bittner ftbeatre Company
Prices:    50 cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
Seats on Sale at W. F. Teetzel's.
No tiresome waits between acts.    Time  all  occupied   with
High-Class Comedy and Vaudeville Features.
Tho Wonderful Waragraph with  over  too  views.
.Change of Play and Specialties  Nightly.
4 First Class in overy rctipect
iDo you want a (food Square meal for
*     DINNER 12 TO 8
Eastern  Oysters
X received daily
X    Cooked Any Style.
X Y. HOSHI        ��� Proprietor.
This popular hotel ii being
thoroughly refitted and refurnished and will be open to
the publie nn Thursday, No -
���ember 8.
D. 1TAYLOB, Propristor
M��HK( T�� MAH AT ��� MB CUT,
All* rrw��������
Valuable Baker Street and other excellent property (or ��ale.
amm TumkImu ��hmi* Mm, a. v.
Interaatiooal Navigation �� Trading Company
Summer Card. Effective Juno 20,1898
Subject to change without noliee.
South b'nd.   a. H. lufrriiniiuiuil.   North b'nd
Head down Road up
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
"   Ar   3.45   '���      Kaslo     8 00   "        "     Lv
Boat Lva. 3.110a.m. Kaslo    8.30p.m. BoatAr
"     4.30   " Ainsworlli 7.30	
"      "    5 00   " Pilot Hay 0.45	
"      ���'    5 30   ���'    Balfour   0.10	
"     A I-   0.40   " 6 Mllo I'L. 5.25     " "     "
"    7.15   "    Nolson    4.45    ���'        ������   Lv
Traiii "   10.05 p.m. N*thport 1.55    ���' Train   "
"    "   11.20   " Kossland 12.05 a.in.   "        "
"     "     3.10   "  Spokano   8.30    " "
Sandon-Kaslo train daily. Boat and Spokane train daily except Sunday.
I. a. Alberta.
Train Lv�� 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
*���    Ar S.45  "    Kaslo    8.00   "        "   Lv
Boat Lvs 5.00   "     Kaslo    1.00   "     BoatAr
"     ���'    6.20 "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.    "      "
"      "     7.00   " Pilot Bay 11.00	
"   10.00  " Kuskon'k 8.00   '	
"   12.00 m.GontRlvorfl 00 '
"      "    1.00a.m.Bonndary5.00   "       "      ���'
" Ar     8.00 " B'rB Forry 2.00  "       "     Lv
Train Lv 11.40 " B'rs Kerry 1.15   ������    Train Ar
"   Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokano 7.50 a.m.    "     Lv
Sandon-Kaslo train daily.   Boat lea vos Knslo
for above points Tuesdays nnd   SaLurdays
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Special Kooienay Lake Pervlce.
Commencing 20 Juno, 1898.
On Mondav, Thursday and Friday 8, S
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
Pilot Bay and Nelson,
Leaving Nelson 8 a.m., Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo,
calling at all way points.
I All times are subject t-o change without notlo
Meals and berths not included.
Passengers on s. S. International from No
son,  Spokane,  etc., for points bn  Kootenay
Lake south ot Pilot Buy. will connect at that
point with thcS. S. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. S. Alberta, from
points sonth of Pilot Bay, oan, by arrangement
wilh purser, havo stop-over at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. S. International
at Kaslo.
Tbe company's steamors connect Kootenay
Lake and Slocan points with all points in the
United States and Canada; by way of Spokane
and Kootenav River.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
points by pursTs on steamors or at our office.
'��� G. ALEXANDER. Gon.Mgr.
P. O. Box 122. Kaslo. B.C
First class and Tourist. Sleepers
through from Pacific to Atlantic
and to St. Paul daily.
To Kossland and Main   Line point*
���.���Mp.m.-Lcaves-NELSON-Arrives-lO.Mp.m ���
Kooienay Lnlie   Kaxlo Route.
Str. Kokanbg
Kxcept Sunday. Except Susday
t   p.m.-Loaves-NELSON-Arrivos-U   a.m
Kooirnny River Ronle.
Stk. Nelson.
Mon., Wod., Fri. Mon,, Wed., Fri.
T a.m.-Leaves-NKLSON-Arrives--(l.30  p.m.
Makes connection at Pilot Bay with Str. Kokanee in both directions.
Steamers on their respective routos call at
principal Landings In both directions and at
other points whon signalled.
TraUn   lo and rrom  Blocan ��'lly. fiamlnn
and Hlornn  Lake Points.
(Sundays Excepted)
t a. m.-Lcavos-NELSON-Arrives-2.20 p. m.
Ascertain Rates
aiid full Information   by  addressing nearest
local went, or GEO. S. BEER, City Tioket
Agent, Nelson,
JOHN HAMILTON, Agont, poison
Tray. Pass. Agont,      Dist, Pass. Agont.
Nelson Vancouvor
It li lhe Moat Modern In Equipment.
II Is lhe Heaviest Railed Line.
II has a Both -Ballast Roadbed.
It Crosses No Sand Desserts.
���I la the Only Line  Running   Luxnrloua
club Room Cars.
It la Holed for the Conrleay or Ita F.mployea.
II la Ihe Only Line Serving Mcala  on
a la Carte Plan.
Attractive Tours during Season of
Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in
connection with Magnificant Passenger
Steamers Northwest and Northland.
For maps, tickets and complete intoimatloc
oall on or address Agents, K. & S. Ry., C. & K
8. Nav. Co., N' & F. S. Ry., or
C. Cl. DIXON, General Agent
Spokane, Was
W. I. WHITltl!V, ��J. P. a T. A.,
* Paul, Mlaa. THE MINEK   TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,  1898,
A Disaster at the Capitol in
Fire Followed the Explosion and Destroyed
Property That Cannot Be
Washington, Nov. 7.���The United
States supreme court room, located
near the centre of tbe capitol, is
wrecked, the valuable law library connected with it seriously damaged and
many valuable records filed away in the
vaults beneath that portion of the
onpitol have been destroyed. This is
the result of an explosion of gas which
occurrod in the sub-basemeut of the
capitol just beneath the supremo
court room at 5:20 this  afternoon.
The explosion destroyed the flooring
and the entrance to the rooms immediately below the supreme court room,
and the fire which followed communicated at once to the law library and
supreme court room. The explosion
destroyed the lighting apparatus in the
immediate vicinity and because of the
darkness it is difficult to learn the exact damage. An examination of the
lower part of the building shows that
the force of the explosion was terrible,
floors and windows were blown out.
and in the many places, there nre large
cracks in under pinning of the walls.
A statement which the conditions did
not permit of being substantiated at
the time, was made that several supporting columns of the main entrance
of the building are six inches out of
place. There is no doubt many valuable papers and documents have been
permanently destroyed and their value
from a money standpoint could not
be estimated. Twenty thousand dollars had been expended in improving
the supreme court room.
Athens, Nov. 7.���The cabinet has
resigned, its members considering that
the exceptional circumstances under
which they nssmed office have censed
to oxist.
Vancouvor, Nov. 7.���Wm. Henry
Lynch, of Ottowa. special commissioner for tho Dominion government
to the Yukon has left for Ottawa to
make his report. Ha said that until
he visited Ottawa, lie could not make
publio auy of the details ot his observations. He went* np in Anjzust nnd
was in Dawson and that vicinity for
two weeks. Thore is a good deal of
sickness in Dawson, lie says, principally fever, just at out what wonld be
expeoted under the weather and conditions.
A meeting of Scotchmen wns held
last night nt the Phair hotel for the
purpose of forming a St. Andrew's
society and of arranging for a dinner
on St. Andrew's night, Nov. 80. On
motion Mr. A. I'i, MoEillop was
eleccted chairmi.u of the meeting. It
was decided to organize a society and
the following officers were elected :
President.���A. L. McKillop.
Vice-president.��� Geirge Eydd.
Soo. -treas. ���W. W. Howe.
Chaplain.���Rev, R. Frew.
Committee.���Messrs. J, Bannerman,
Burnet, Kinghorn, Gibson.
A meeting will bo held at the Phair
hotel ou Tuosday, Nov. 15, at 9
o'olock, p. ai,, to complote arrangements for the St. Andrew's supper to
which all Sootolnuen in the city are
county and says if all reports be true
Greefifrqod will be ene of the most extraordinary camps in British * Columbia. They have nothing like the showing at Rossland which they hnve at
Greenwood. Crow's Nest coal cnn
now be delivered as fast as the railway can carry it and coke will be
ready by Nov. 15.
By the advertisement of the Crow's
NesJ Coal company, which will be
found in'anothor column, the public
is now offered the oheapest coal that
has ever been put upon the market, or
is ever likely to be. A tou of thiB coal
oosts little moie than a cord of wood
and goes much further. The Crow's
Nest Pass coal coutains less than three
pre cent of ash so that consumers get
the highest possible value for their
money. ���> The fixed oarbon in the
Crow's-Nest* Pass coal amounts to between 75 and 80 per cent, whioh means
that it has an enormous heating capacity, so that a vory small fire of tbis
coal will do more work than a much
larger one of any other coal on the
market. The company bas an immense
quuntity on the bank ready to send
along as soon as the line is ready to
transport  it.
It is rumored in Rossland that the
B. A. C., has deposited the full pur-
chase price of tbe shares of the Turner
faction at tha rate of $H. 25 per share
in the Old National Bank nt Spokane,
subject to Senator Turner's acceptance.
Registration of Extrn-Provinoial Companies m  British Columbia.
The Nnlunint Mining oompany.
Hoad offlco, Portland, Oregon. Capital, $100,000 in |1 shares. Granville
H. HayeB, Alberni, attorney for B, C.
The Waterloo Mining & Milling
company. Head Office, Spokane.
Capital 1100,000 in 10 cent shares.
Thomas Graham, Camp McKinuey,
attorney for the company for B. O.
The Jewel Development Syndicate,
limited. Head olilce, London, Eng.
Capital, ��(1,000 in ��1 shares. Gilbert
Mahon, Rossluud, attorney for B. O.
The ore shipments from Sandon over
the Knslo & Slocau railway for the
week ending, Nov. 4, were as follows:
Reco, 19 tons; Last Chance, 40
tons; Sovoreigu, 20 tons; Miller Creek,
2C tons.
From Three Forks the shipments
were Idaho, 162J tons; 'Queen Bess,
102% tons.
The October Clean-Up Gives Satisfactory Results.
Robert Jaffray, president of the
Globe Printing company of Toronto,
president of the Crows' Nest Pass Coal
company and president of the Cariboo
Gold Mining compauy who was in
Nelson about threo weeks ago, bas ie-
turned east. At Vancouver a fow days
ago Mr. Jaffray said that the cleanup at tbe Cariboo mino for the first
fortnight in October was 870 ounces
rained at $12, MM and during the seoond fortnight more than that was
taken ont. Tbe continuity of the vein
is, in his opinion, boyond question.
He went right through  the  Boundary
To tbe Editor of The Miner:
Sir:���In your issue of yesterday
I notice that Truthseeker takes me to
task for some remarks made by me in
conversation about labor iu the Slocan,
which happened to get into print.
J My remarks were not intended for
publication, and merely gave my own
impressions from what X bad seen
and beard.
I went to Nelson on Ootober 81.
so that the last working day
before I left wns Saturday, Octobei
29. On Ootober 24, a friend just came
from Sandon and told me that tbere
was almost a cord wood famine there,
because it was difficult tb find men to
cut it. About two days earlier a cord-
wood dealer of New Denver told ue
that lnbor was source and tbat it was
difficult to get men to cut cordwood.
Carpenters were very busy here most
of October, and I know that plasterers
are scarce, because I bave waited aud
am now waiting for them.
Of course I knowthat winter is coming on, .and that labor will soon be
too plentiful. -I hope my remarks
will not' be the means of attracting
laborers into this locnlity at present,
as they would probably bo disappointed.    Yours truly,
New Denver, B. C, Nov. 0, 1898.
Situate in tub Slocan City mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where
Located:-On Dayton Cheek-
TAKK NOTICE thnt I. Fletcher 8 Andrews,
Free AliiiiM-'fl ���' Cui'llHcalo No. 1238a, iujI-
iim as nirent for Thonma Cook Gray, Yn:r,
Mlnur'a Certificate No- I5258A und Henry McKay, Frco Miner's Cerlillcato So. 11717a, intend, sixtydliys from the rial**) hereof, lo apply lu lhe MniinK Kecorder for ft Corlltlciuo
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of  the nbovo Claim.
And further take notice thnt nction, under
Section 37, mn*3t be commenced before Ihe is-
Hiiancn of snell ('ril.il)ciiu'of Improvement*.
Dated thi-i 25i.h day of October. 1S98       IMI
Situate in thb Goat Uiveh'Mining Divib
ion ok WSst KIootenaV District.���
Where Located:���On White Grouse
TAKK NOTICE that I, Jos. Dlanchnrd, Freo
Mlner'i Certificate No. WJf.l/t. acting as ngont
for time" and Goo. Nowol Free Miner's Certilieate No. mr>A. Joseph Poirior Na. 2I02SA.
Intend sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply to the Mining Kecorder for a Certiricato of
linprovomonts for the purposo of obtaining a
Crown Grant of tho above Claim,
And further lake notice lhat action, under
section 37, niUHt be commenced boforo the Issuance of such Certilicnte of ImprovomcntH.,
Dated this Sth dar of November. 1808.
ir.LF.pn��nB no. si.
Manufacturers of
AlL carbonated waters.
Hnlcyon Hat tpttag* Water Aerated ������*
H.ppUt* t�� the Tr����le.
has taken over the practice of
Dr.    H.   E.   Hall and  is  prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work  by latest methods. .  .
Broken Bill Block linker 81.
4  BUY IT.   *
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
Gilbert Stanley Nelson
Thomson stationery Co . Nelson
Canndn Drug-fe Book Co. Neltinn
11oinl Humo Nowt Stand  > Kelion
and   News   Agents  on  boats  and
rains out of Nelson.
The followiiiR are llm prices of groceries, provisions.etc., ns quoted by our
locnl dealers. It is the intention'of
The Miner to have these prices corrected every week by trustworthy dealers, so that residents of tho city aud
others may he informed as to the cost
of living in the city ���-
Ogilvic'B Hungarian per 50 lb sack.. 1 75
Lake of tho Woods         " .. 1 75
Snow Flake per 50 lb *ick ��� 150
I.r  ill
Wheat per ton  32 00@:W OO
Bran per Ion  2" (NOU 00
li ron nd feed por 'on 20 I!0m28 00
Corn (whole)       "         20 00,��28 OO
Corn (cracked)   "        27 WiltOn OO
Oam ���'        BOOOJJMOO
Oiilmciil per 10 Itm       10(8    60
Kollud out*. IB & Kl    05
ROtleD n;ilh(IIS. KlHIl, Miru  40
Hay (baled) per (on  10 00(320 00
Potatoes per 100 lbs    1 00i�� 1 25
HeclHpcr lb  2)
Cabbage psr lb	
Cauliflower per lb  2'
Onions pur Id  0.1
Cucumbora  05
Salmon (Hinokedl por lb      12J��    15
Oyntcra (Olympian) por qt  80
Oysters (Eastern) per tin  00
Cod per lb  08
Halibut por lb      124��    15
Smells per It,      lt*a     15
Fnrm Produce.
Kggspcr doz       25       35
Butter (Creamery)       25<B    80
Butter (Dairy)        2(X*    25
Cheese (Canadian)       13($  17J
Chce-o  Swiss)       20(8    30
Ham (American) perlb  15
Hum (Canadian) pirlb  15
Hacon (American,) per lb  15
Bacon (Canadian) por lb       UOt    1(1
Bacon (rolled) per lb       12JO   Hi
Bacon (long clear) per lb  12J
Shoulders por lb  12J
lrfirdperlb  lit
Beefpcrlb         80     15
Mutton per lb       10-je    18
Veulperlb       15��    18
l'crkpcrlb      1219    15
Bananas per doz  10(8 60
Lemons (California) per doz  3i(8 J"
Oranges (California seedlings)  11X8 50
Melons(eaeh)  25i�� (��'
Crab apples per lb  05
Apples  01
Tomatoes  08O 10
Crapes...  12J 15
l'caches  08
I'oars (Bartlettsl  08 10
Pears (--mall green)  06 t-8
Plums (greengage)  05
Plums  M C5
0:20 a.in.��� Truin leaves N. & F. S.
station for Kossland, Spokane and wny points daily.
7:1X1 a.in.���S. S. Nelson leaves for Kuskonook and way points
Monday, Wednesday and
7:1."> a.m.���S. S. International arrives
from Knslo and way points
daily except Sunday.
8:00 a.m.���S. S. Alberta leaves for
Kaslo and way points on
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday,
OtOO aim.���Train leaves O. P. It. station for Slocan City, dnily
except .Sunday.
11:00 a.m.���S. S. Kokanee arrives from
Kaslo and way pointsdaily
except .Sunday.
2:20 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. It. station, from Slocan ('ily and
��� way points, daily, except
4:00 p.m.���S. S. Kol ranee leaves for
Kaslo and way point,",
daily, except Sunday.
4:15 p.m.���S. S. International leaves
for Kaslo and way points,
daily except* Sunday.
5:35 p.m.���Train arrives N. & F. S.
still ion, from Spokane,
Rossland and way points,
0:30 p. m.���S. S. Nelson, arrives from
Kuskonook, and all way
points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
0:40 p.m.���Train leaves O. P. H. stati n for Robson, Hossland,
and all Main Line points,
0:00 p.ni ���S. S. Alberta arrives fr nn
Kaslo and wav points, on
Monday, Thursday and
10:30 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R. station, Irom all Main Line
points, Rossland and Rob-
Rou. daily
Steam tugs Kaslo, Angerona, Red
Star, HerculA, Surprise and others
ply on Kootenay lake to nnd from Nel
son, hut have no regular times of arrival and departure.
Transportation Companies nre requested lo
give notloe to tho Miner of any alierailons in
thotimeof irrlval and departuro from Nelson.
The Buttle of the Strong
Gilbert Parker
The Ad lent ures of Francois,
Foundling, Thief and Juggler.
Wier Mitchell
Robe.t Hatr.
The Scourge of God
John Blourdell Burton
Her Memory
Marten Murteens
All the newest publications ut -
Thomson Stationery COr
i.in UK 11
The only Decorators  in
AU orders   promptly   attended to.
Eight roomed House on Carbonate Street, $2000.
Four roomed   House,   furnished,
on Josephine St., $1500.
A four roomed,   a  three  roomed
ancl a five roomed house.
A twentv-five light Acetylene Gas
Machine, Wallace pattern.
Twenty ravs' experience ll) mining.
Thorough   knnu-1, ,lgc  of   mines  of   Ilritlsh
Columbia.   Terms U-aaaOORhls.
718 NELSON. B. O.
Tenders are invited for thn purchase
of Lot 1. Hlock "I" with Improvements, situate in the Town of Ymir,
Rented for ��12 per month. Tenders
to be sent in ou or lwfnro November
10, 1898 to JOHN   DEAN,
Administrator of the Estate of Silss F.
Collensworth, Ymir, B. O
NOTICK IS IIKRKBY CIV KV that thn partnership hcrotoforu KUbslhllng between us
ss wholesale commission merchants In Nelson,
H. C. hni (his day been dissolved by
mutualconso'it. Allduhtsowlng tl the snid
piriiier-hipnrt lobe paid io tlie undersigned.
1 horn.is Onlion and all claims against tho said
partnership arc to he presented lo the said
Thomas GMHoit hy whom the same will be not
Willie*.! \TIIOMA8 0AM.ON.
Wllllnm f'nnnell /KRNKST KINO.
I'aic'isi N.-li-on, n, (!.. this 10th day of Oo
tiber.A. I'. 18SS,
For One Cent a Word?
Yon can find a buyer for "Any
Old Thing" if you advertise,
% riussllli'il Ailverllsrmrnla.
T AU advertt-emonts in this column are
J 1 cent a word each insorlion. No ad-
X   vurliscmcnt lat-.en for less than 25 cents.
MIj>h;  LK9SON8,��� Oh  piano   unrnn   o
tfiiJtur, by Miv. V\\ .1.   Awilcy, Hobson *trec!
iwo doorn wont, of Btftnloy.   P, O. IJox 130.
OltOAN FOIt SAl.K-Fivn orlavep, 31 Beta
nerds, li ^tops. Vox Humane, pwtnd orpnn nnd
knre^wc.11. hlinrinonle CftPfl, by 04t#e8, din-on,
powerful nnd l.rllliiint.tone. In k*w><1 condition.
For palo cheap. Addredn "T. M." box F, Nolson, B.t\
Subscribe far The Miner
LOST--At the nkatiniy rink, a plain roM
brooch with " Minute Inscribed on lh, Apply
at thU oflice.
WANTED���A Renoral man around a hotel,
who will help iu  kitchen.   Apply at Miner
Chiu-h"* Newlon Owen and Thomas 8tev-
oitKonoftho oil v uf ICuhIo in tho provinco of
British ( olumbla, furniture Dealer*, have hy
deed bearintr date t he Olgnloeuih dny of October,
lHW,n-sNi(,'m'd all thcirroaland portumal pmnorly
except oh therein mentioned to Frederick K
Archer of the Raid dty of Kiulo, trader.in trout
for the purpoHe nf pnj#hk and t*atUfylni( ratably
or proportionately and without preference or
priority, the creditor of tho uaid Gharleti Newton Owon and Thomafi st even-son or of either
of thein, ihefrjiiKt dobU.
Tho Raid deed watt oxoouted by the gold
Oharlea Newton Owon nud Thonrw 8lovennon,
the asHignorH.tand thit Raid Frederick K. Archer
the tniHtee, ou the 10th day of Ootober 1806, end
tho said truBtio lm* undertaken the trusts
created by the paid dood.
All persons having claims Against the said
Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson,
or either of them, must forward and deliver to
the said trusteo at Kaslo, li. I'.full particulars
of their claims duly verified together with particulars of BecuritT, if any, lield by .thom,
on or before the 17th day of November, 1898, and
all persons indebted to thc aald Charles Now
ton Owen and Thomas Stevenson or either of
them aro required to pay the amounts doe hy
thom to the said trustee forthwith. After the
said 17th day of November, 1899, the trusteo
will proceed to distribute tho assets of the said
estate among tho parties entitled thereto, .hav*
ing regard only to the claims of which he shall
thon havo had notloe.
A mooting of the creditors of tho said
Ctiarlos Nrwton Owen ard Thomas Stevenson
will bo held at tho promises lately occupied by
them on Frout street, Knulo. ft. C- at 2.00
o'elock p. in. on Wednesday, tho Oth day of
November, 1808, for the giving of directions
with referonooto the disposal of tbe estate.
Cameron DiiiMing,
A Avenue. Katdo, B. C.
Solicitors for Iho Tiustce
Dated the 18ih day of October, 1808.
estts^iss?^ cs����e^83��ese3es53esssc$��ssse��������v����?*
of our Clcthii g in generally sufllcieut to
make a life long a.btonicr.   .
We don't offer our goods below cost,
because we buve no desire to lose
money. We bell ��t prices whieh are
sufllcient to pay for good material and
good workuiauship. The sizo and variety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as to style nnd fit. Indeed we arc particular on these points.
We rather lose a sale than permit unsatisfactory garment* to leave the
Theit values cannot be surpassed.
��^ Groceries, Crockery and Glassware.   -^��
A Full Line of Fancy Toilet
Soaps of all standard brands
If you want a sweet-scented healthful soap at a  reasonable
price you will make no mistake by buying it here.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C.
All   Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NEL50N, B.C.
Stewart's Heaters
A carload of Coal Heatersdirectftom
the Factory   arrived  on Friday.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
1 A Trial   will   convince
that the World's Leading
Beer loses none of its good
qualities by being bottled
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
NELSON, VICTORIA &     \ / 1 ( ( I \ F
Mrs.  McLaughlin's,
The products of the Gold and Silver
mines,  the Diamond  Fields, the
Cm Glass Manufacturer and the
maker of Jewelery  has  been
drawn on to complete an
assortment of
Beautiful and Unique
Ornamental and useful, suitable for
any presentation purpose.
Wc cordially invite un inapei.*;iiin of
our Stock. The Watches, Clocks,
Jewelery, Silverware etc. are excellent
in quality and particularly handsome
in design.
Watck and J��w��lafy, Ra-pairiag and Eagraviag.


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