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 iaily Edition No   132.
Nelson, British Columbia. Tuesday Morning,   October 11, 1898.
Ninth Year
BBMOVED I   !SALISBURY WILL FIGHT
*%%%%*%*%%%*%%^%
We are now doing business in our
new Store in the Aberdeen Block and
extend a cordial invitation to our
many customers and friends to call
. and see us.    You are as  welcome   to
look as to trade
b*   LILLIE BROS.   $0
Rather Than Retreat In the
Fashoda Affair.
THE PUBLIO WITH HIM
IE BY WAY OF PARIS
[leged Interview With Mr
Chamberlain.
ERY  PLAIN TALKING
Jat Britain, the United States and Canada, tho Sooretary Is Made to Say,
Will be Invulnerable
of the heaviest of the fires is devastating
tlio country   between   Slate  and  East
rivers unci tho Pittsburg breakers and
the   town of   Gothic aro again threatened.    A bit*; blaze has started on Bell-
vtto mountain ou the Mamon  trail on
east Rocky   creek.    From tho west*  of j
Elk   mountains comes a report of  the |
narrow escape of   a   party   of  Crystal J
prospectors,   who  had to move camp |
three times in one night.
The French Will Likely Withdraw From
the Country and Put an End
to the Difficulty.
WAS HK STRUCK OH DID HE FALL.
Doubt Surrounding Frank Armstrong's
Experience of Sunday Night.
Frank    Armstrong   the   man   who
figured   in   the little   disturbance   in
front of the Salvation Army   barracks
on     Sunday   evening   particulars    of
which   appeared   in   yesterday morning's paper, was arrested   later in the
evening for being drunk and disorderly
oii Baker  street.   For this offence Police   Magistrate   Crease fitted   hiin   $5
and costs, amounting in all   to  $7,25.
After being released  Armstrong called
laris,     Oot.    10 ���La   Courrier   du  at   the   Miner   office   to complain  of
today publishes   the substanoe   of   the treatment be had received from the
Interview with   Mr. Joseph Chain-
lain. British   secretary of stato   for
[colonies, who   is now in Amerioa,
���whioh   the English   .statesman   is
Ited   as   saying   ho considered   the
[tod   States,    owing   to   thn recent
ro   be   in the samo  position  ns
|it Britain is ia Egypt, adding that
United   States   has tlio samo ini-
.tive  duty   to  keep the Philippine
ids.   Mr.  Chamberlain is said to
1 added:    "The   moment   has   arid for the United States to   prepare
^tension of territory  and in order
loalizo   this ideal,    will not   refuse
lit Britain's support,
treat   Britain,   tho United   States,
Canada   will   be   invulnerable."
HOW TO REGARD IT.
Iindon,    Oct.      10.���A     prominent
liber <>f the French embassy in Lon-
lexpressed the following views on
I'ituatioii this evening:   "Tho   ad-
. of the French   and British on tho
|r Nile, ought uot to be regarded as
meeting    of  opposing  policies,
|h necessarily exclude one another,
the clash   of   commercial inter-
I Which should be carefully defined
Embodied in a  permanent  agree-
War, which has not been   protl by the   question of Egypt,   will
liuly   not*   break   over   tho   upper
[question.    The issues at   Fashoda
Ibo settled in a friendly manner to
Ieneral satisofaotion, bnt an agree-
Will be much more easily readied
the newspapers of tbo two conu-
lecaso to excite public opinion. "
Salvation army officer and when asked
tho question: "Were you struck or
did you fall down," said: "I don't
know, but I found myself lying on
the ground iiud was kicked after I
fell. I would like to fight the thing
out but the judge told nie if I ever
came up before him again he would
send me down. "
Upon being asked whether he bad
ever boen in the jug before he laughed
aud said, "Yes, once, I camo info
town lasl soring with a chum of miue
from the hills. We were drinking together and I said to h���1 with
Orangemen, when be struck me,
knocking me down ami pommelled
me well. Next day some partus told
mo to go and do him up. I got an axe
and went lu do it but   was   arrested. "
"And wbat did you get," asked the
inquisitive reporter,
"Only three months," said Armstrong with a good ltatnrcd smile.
"I haven't very much money," said
Armstroong, "and no friends and I
am afraid of that judge, so I don't
think I'll try to lick that Salvation
army officer, besides be is tt bigger
man than I tint. "
After thanking the reporter for the
kindly interest taken in him by lotting the world know how ho had been
imposed on Mr. Armstrong retired.
After promising to call again and give
us a thrilling story of his experience
in tlie South seas be drifted   out.
London, Oct. 10.��� The comments in
public and in tho newspapers show
that the Marquis of Salisbury's determined stand on thc question of the occupation of Fashoda has como as a
most agreeable relief and as disposing
of all stories of a possible compromise.
Ko whisper of dissent, is heard anywhere. Both friends aud opponents of
the premier ari! rejoicing at the fact
that, in publishing the blncbook mi tho
Fashoda question, ho has burned his
bridges behind him. While it is recognized tliat the situation, by this publication has become more difficult for
France, there is almost au entire absence of disposition anywhere to boliovo that France proposes to press her
claims to Mie point of danger. Tliis
confidence cas demonstrated by the
tone of London stook exchanges after a
momentary scare, and such comment
as comes from Paris also tends to abate
alarm.
FRANCE'S POSITION.
Paris, Oct. 10.���Lo Matin, supposed
to be directly inspired, says : "It* is
improbable that wo will risk war for
the sake ot the nominal possession of
territories which Fgypt, who has had
them within her grasp, has never been
able to retain. Wo can retain our
honor without retaining Fashoda.
Prudence should tell us not to load
ourselves with loo much territory.
We should be colonial, but in moderation." We shall probably not risk a
war with Great Britain for tho nominal sovereignty over territories nn
immense distance from our possessions
on tho Atlantic. Thev are ns inaccessible from our coast annexations as
the mountains in tho moon.
when it declares its preference for
American reciprocity as offering more
s ttisfactory solution ot present difficulties than anything else. This i.s
proved by the simultaneous publication of n memorinl from n representative source, which, after reviewing
the situation, says: "We aro unite
able to make satisfactory reciprocity
arrangement with the United Statos
ourselves; but the home government
will not permit it, and appears unable
to do anything for us. "
WHO IS SHE?
A   Princess   Charged   With    Forgery
Commits Suicide   in Prison.
Berlin, Oct. 10.���Princess Tru-
betzkoi, who is under arrest here on
demand for extradition from the
Italian government, charged with
forging documents, committed suicido
yesterday at tho police station.
Thero aro several ladies of high rank
or wide reputation known as Princess
Trnbetkzoi or Troubetzsko, among
them aro the wife of a grand marshal!
of tho Rusnian court, and tho American novelist who was formerly Miss
Amelia Rives. It is quite inconceivable that either of thoso ladies is the
Princess Trubotskoi, referred to in tho
foregoing despatch.
REFORM DEAD IN CHINA
The Retrograde Movement
In Full Swing-
A   REIGN   OF   TERROR
Th.
Empress Dowager Stamping Out Reform In All Directions���Dismissals and  Arrests.
EVACUATION OF CUBA.
Madrid, Oct. 10.���It is said here
that the evacuation of the island of
Porto Rico will be completed next
week, and tho evacuation of the island of Cuba will be accomplished by
tho end of November. The government is employing SI vessels in the
repatriation of tho troops. The. latter
have received their pay for June and
beforo landing in Spniu will receive
two months pay. The soldiers will
also be given civilian clothes and he
mustered out of sei'vicc.
AN   ELECTION   VOIDED.
|AN ILLINOIS TRAGEDY.
|iii Who Accidentally Shot n Girl,
Commits   Suicido.
Ilyle,   Oct.    10.���While    a  party
nsed    of   Joseph   H.     Corcoran,
| Crab tree, Leila   Shade and  Rosa
wero rambling   in the cemetery
,-ostedray, Corcoran   exhibited   a
| or  and   tho   party  closed about
Ito   exaniino   it.    Corcoran play-
{pointed   it at Miss  Smith.    Sho
'il aside, but the firearm wns dis-
hd   nnd   the bullet   entered Miss
l's  thigh.   Sho    fainted  away.
���nn   supposed ho had killed   her,
talking away a  few stops, placed
luzzlo  of the revolver to his  left
and blow out   his bruins.    Tho
woman was taken   homo and is
ki a  precarious   condition.    Cor-
fwas   20 years of   ago  nnd
li).        	
kuiNALDO  SUBMITTED.
KOOTKNAY VALLEYS   R.    R. CO.
U. S. CROP   REPORT.
Miss
Ilia, Oct.    10. ���Although   Agui-
1-esterday refused lo permit a fuii-
larty   belonging   to   the   British
lass    cruiser    Powerful,   from
tig   tho   cemetery  becauso  they
rifles   with   wliich to firo   tho
| salute   over   the   remains  of a
lir of tho ship's company, repre-
|ous wero made to tho   insurgent
today   with the result that tho
took placo iu tho  manner and
proposed.
FOREST   FIRES.
The Kootenay Valleys railroad com
pany i.s the name of tlie new corpora
tion which will build and operate tin
railroad from Bonner's Ferry, Idaho,
through West Kootenay, connecting
with and absorbing tlie Kaslo & Slocan, ns well as absorbing tho Nelson
& Bedlingtou company. The corpora-
on was framed at Spokano last woek,
with the following list of incorporations : Will H. Thompson of Seattle ;
Albert, Allen, C. Shields and L. F.
Gordon, Spokane, George Alexander,
Kaslo aud H. M. Foster, M. P., London, England.
THE ST. MARY'S COUNTRY.
R. C. Longley arrived in town last
night from St. Mary's whero there is
a large amount of development work
going on. Mr. Longley is interested
in, and has had charge nf, thcgdcvclop-
lnent of properties in that district belonging to a syndicate of wliich Captain Petty is the leading   spirit,
The syndicate owns no less than -12
claims in a comparatively confined
area, and they are being worked with
a view to getting them crown granted.
Fourteen were erown granted last
year, and eleven so far tins year.
The claims are showing up well under
development, and about 70 tons of good
copper ore have lieen taken out this
year while working the various
claims.
THK CANTON SHOOTING CASKS.
Canton,, Ohio, Oct. 10.���It is
claimed that tlio defense of Mrs.
George, who is supposed to have shot
George D. Sax ton, brother of Mrs. McKinley, will bo au alibi, supported by
the claim that the murder was committed by a man in woman's garb. A
postal card * dated Springfield, Ohio,
October H, addressed to chief of polico of
Canton, and signed X. Y. Z. wns received todny. It reads: "I killed
Saxton and I am not sorry for it.
Catch me if you onn." The coroner
resumed the examination of witnesses
this morning.   His   examination  will
The   Report Shows  a Falling  Off  in
Production in Oats and   Barley.
Washington, Oct. li).���The department of agriculture today issued a crop
report in part as follows: The October report of the statistiean of tho
department of agriculture shows tho
average condition of corn on October 1
to have been 82 as compared with H4.1
(.n September 1 and 77.1 on Oeotber 1,
181)7, and with Ki. I), tho mean of Octobor averages of tho last 10 years.
Throughout tho south tho decline is
general. Tho usual wheat report is
withheld pending the result of further
investigations.
The preliminary estimate of the
yield per   acre   of oats is 37.8 bushels.
This is three tenths of a bushel per
acre less than tho preliminary estim-
ato of tho crop of 1��!)7. The preliminary estimate of tbe yield per acre of
barley is 21.0 buscbls, or 2.!) bushels
per acre less than in LS!)7.
TANNKR'S SHARP REPLY.
Ho Will  Not   Aid Mine  Owners Who
Employ Imported Negro Labor.
Springfield, Ul., Oct. HI.���Governor
Tanner itad a sharp controversy with
Manager Lukes of Chicago Virden
Coal company, in regard to sending
troops to Virden, whero the operators
bave been planning to use imported
negroes to till the places of strikers.
Manager Lukes said that he proposed
to import labor and would operaie the
mine if necessary at the muzzles of
Winciicsters. Governor Tanner said
he would not send troops to assist parties in running tlieir mines with imported labor and if tlie operators attempted to enforce tlieir ideas ill regard to Winchesters he would send the
National Guards to Virden to disarm
them all. In regard to llie situation
at Pana, Governor Tanner said if the
j operators persisted in employing im-
'. ported labor be would withdraw the
| troops from that place.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION.
Napanee, Out., Oct. 10.���The Lenox
election protest came up this morning
before Judges Street and Fnlconbridge.
According to arrangement counsel
for Mr. Aylesworth, liberal member
for tho riding and respondent "fercd
uo opposition. A single case was
taken up where Nelson Ellsworth, an
agent of the respondent had offered $���!
to Thomas Milburu to voto for Mi-.
Aylesworth. Milburn had refused but
tho corrupt offer was admitted aud
the sent wns declared void.
Loudon, Oct. 11.���The Pekin correspondent of tho Times says: "The.
retrograde movement spreads. An imperial edict orders the suppression of
the native press and the punishment
of the editors. It also cancels nil
the new methods of examination promulgated during tbo last twelve
months. The hitter stop must give
general satisfaction, since the proposed changes were too radical for tho
people. All officials who have signed
memoriuls in favor of reform havo
been dismissed from office. Tho Imard
o* agriculture i.s abolished, its president, Wu Muao Ling, compradore of
the Hong Kong and Shnughni bank,
boing deprived of his rank. A memorinl impeaches him as a "slave of tho
foreign devils'."
The contract of the Nin Ohwang
railway extension loan hns been
signed by the Hong Kong nud Shanghai bank. The Shanghai correspondent of the Times says: "Huang, former consul at Singapore and lately
minister designate of China to Janan.
was arrested hero yesterday bv order
of the empress dowager in (Hi i.wtion
with the reform movement. Her
general proscription oi' the progressives
constitutes a reign of terror.''
NEWSPAPER   CHANGES.
Ottawa, Oct. 10.���Horace Wallis. for
years the Ottawa correspondent of tho
Mail and Empire, will leave on Wednesday for Quebec to assume management of the Chronicle. This paper
has been acquired from the Foote
estate hy a joint stock compauy in
which Mr. Wallis is financially interested.
NO   ARRANGEMENT    POSSIBLE.
St. John's Nfld, Oct. 10.���Information from reliable sources warrants the
statement that no satisfactory solution of tho Atlantic fisheries question
is possible beforo the Quebec conference. Tho American ci ramissionors,
influenced by tlie Gloucester fishing
interests, aro unwilling to effect an
arrangement with Canada, though satisfied to do so with Newfoundland.
ITALY'S   FINANCIAL     STRAITS.
Rome, Oct. 10.���Owing to Italy's
financial straits, the minister of marine, Admiral Dicauevaro, has announced a sweeping naval programme
involving the expenditure of 540 million lire and he will be satisfied with a
naval credit of 28 million liro this
year. A ministerial crisis is thus
averted. It is expected that the budget for tho curront year will show a
deficit of 17 million lire.
A BANK  FOR HAWAII.
Iio, Colo., Oct. 10.���Big forest
| gaining a momentum again,
leavy fall of snow a woek ago
Elk mountain range proved
���temporary chock. Cattlo herds
lag removed from muddy mead-
jtho prairie fires aro swooping
J them. Tho Inter-mountain
I is ablaze in several places. Ono I uot bo. concluded for several days.
Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 10.���The 4-1 th
session of the International Typographical Union convened here this morning, and will be in session live days.
DISCONTENT IN JAMAICA.
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct, 10.���The
Gleaner voices offloial feeling and the
concensus     of     commercial     opinion
San Francis���, Oct. 10.���Tho Cull
says that when the Gaelic loavos this
port this morning she will bavo on
board two local bankers bound for
Hawaii. Upon their arrival a bank
will bc established in Honolulu, wliich
will be called the First National bank
of Hawaii, with a capitalization of
$1,000,000.
OUTBREAK OF YELLOW FEVER
Jackson, Miss., Oct. 10.���Tho yellow fever situntiou in Mississippi
grows rapidly worse, und unless cool
weather comes soon nearly the entire
stato bids fair to become infected. At
Hardison, in Jefferson county, with
a population of only Id, 000, 18 cases
rloveloped yesterday and 19 last night.
Harrisbnrg in Perry county, now
has 14 cases. In Jackson the yellow
flags marking the presence of the infection increased rapidly. There is
now only one section of tho city
without a ease of the disease, north
Jackson, and thore aro two or threo
suspicious cases there under surveillance.
THE KHALIFA'S WHKRKABOUTS.
Cairo, Oct. 10.���The khalifa, who
fled from Omdurman when that place
was captured by Goneral Kitchener,
has at last been heard from. He is at
Baba, three days march west of Abba
island, whero he is concealed in the
forest with his lieutenant, Osman
Digna and a small following. It is
reported that tho mountaineers in the
neighborhood have refused to have anv
dealings with him. The Arabs nre nil
hostile to him.
NO OFFER WAS MADE.
New York, Oct. 10.���An attempt*
was mnde todny to sell at auction tho
English steamship Adula. which wns
captured by the United States cruiser
Marblehead and the auxiliary cruiser
Vixen, whilo she was attempting to
run the blockade at Guantanamo. The
upset price was (65,000 and as no offer
wtis made the sale was postponed
L
DYING LIKE FLIES.
despatch
lldon, Oct, ID.���A despatch to I
the Daily Chronicle front Alexandria t
says: "The troops who bave returned '
from Khartoum are dying liko flies j
from enteric disorders, supposed to be j
due to canned beef and indulgence in
cheap spirits."
THE TRIP TO PALESTINE.
Berlin, Oct. 10.���General satisfaction is expressed bore over the curtailment of Emperor William's journey
io Iho east by nearly a month, through
the omission of Egypt from his itinerary. It is semi officially announced
that he desires to get back to Berlin to
open the Reichstag iu person.
IN THK BALL FIELD.
10.���At Washington���Washing-
Boston 8,
Baltimore���Baltimore  4,   New
BIG   SHIPMENT OF BACON.
Toronto, Oct. 10.���The largest shipment of dressed meat ever made from
here wont todny from the Davis compnny to Southampton, England, It
consisted of 680,000 pounds of bacon,
valued at $04,000.
JAPANKSK~i'ROOPS~ IN   PEKIN.
Yokohama, Oct. 10.���Tho Japanese,
government has ordered tbo landing
of sailors to protect the Japanese legation in Pekin. Kin Hong Niuk, a former palace favorite at Seoul, and the
alleged author of the recent attempt to
poison the emperor of Corea, has beeu
placed under arrest.
Oct
ton 2,
At
York 4.
At Brooklyn���Brooklyn 7,
phia ii.
At Louisville���Louisville li,
nati 8.
Philadel-
Cincin-
DOWN TO ONE CKNT.
Now Y'ork, Oct. 10.���Tho Now
York Times announces a reduction
in its subscripiton price, from threo
cents to one cent today. This applies
only to the city sales. The prico of
the paper outside of the city will still
continue to bc three cents.
THK PRICK
New
(10 II-lli
York, Oct.  10.  10.���
: Mexican dollars, 47
OF SILVER.
Bar silve: THE MINER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER li, 1898.
Wxz JKitur.
Co..
about no  envy will mar  the feelings
: with which Nelson will hail so happy a
' time.   Nelson   is justified in  looking
1 for the same consideration  from Ross-
I land, but recently it  has had   nothing
from   that   quarter but   assertions  in
I the Rossland Miner that this city is to
be sidetracked   in favor of Trail.    The
Nelson   Miner  has  repelled these   attacks as   narrow and   idiotic and   the
Rossland   Miner,   driven   under    the
barn, piteously complains that the Nel-
per month by mall    l oo j son   Miner   is"agitating against  "the
per half year by mail    5 00 i construction of a   railway   across   the
per yen*  ��� ������ ��� 10 ���� ! country lying between Trail  and Kus
konook. "   This is arrant  nonsense on
the Rossland   Miner's   part, and   that
knows   it,   and as nonsense   is
Published Dally except Sunday.
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NELSON. B. C.
not deserving of any attention, we
leave tho Rossland Miner to meditation on the subject, hoping that it will
evolve a sensible and manly frame of
mind, not in any way warped by tho
spirit of detraction.
^mmMfi!Fnmfm^fnfVfnf^?f^fnfmnFmi!^rmnF!m!f^
^ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD...
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
For  Sale,   Cheap   For   Cash
3
1
Remington Typewrite
on Kootenay Lake for
stacked on ground
��� in good order.    160 acres
sale,   with   50   tons   hay
$1,000 cash takes it.
NOTICE    OF  ASSIGNMENT.
��e The Birkbeck Investment,  Security %
% and Savings Co. 3
5 and    ^
advance money
on improv
8 years hv
ed Real Estate.    Repayable
monthly instalments.
tu 1111 r.iti isi.iis.
A report on the   naval operations   in
the war with   Spain,   just   issued   by
the United States  government,   shows
t'apy for tiiuiiKcs or Adverllseincul  niust; tbat 0���iy ]7   mnota   were killed,    tbe
j total   casualties   all   told   being   N4.
The   Americans,   viewing the   result,
nfter
be In Ihe Office
Insuri' change.
by 4 o'clock  p.m.  u.
LEAD MANUFACTURE.
The completion of the Crow's Nest
Pass railway to Nelson will have an
important bearing on the lead industry
in the Kootenay, inasmuch as it will
settle for all time, or at least for a
long term of years, the question of
cheap fuel, the absence of which has
been the chief impediment to manufacturing development in this part of
the province. Some time ago, discuss-
init the question of cheap fuel, Mr.
T. G. Shaughnessy said that first rate
coking coal from the Pass would he
laid down in the Kootenay at from $6
to $7 a ton, a great reduction on the
price of coke from the United States,
which sells here for about $17 a ton.
A near aud unfailing supply of cheap
coal is imperative if manufacturing is
to be carried along expeditiously and
profitably. By government regulation the price of coal at the pit mouth
in the Pass is fixed at $2 a tou and as
the distanoe thither is not great, the
price per ton delivered in Nelsou will
he reasonable to all consumers; and
manufacturing concerns contracting
for large quantities will likely get it
for little more than the cost of carriage. Having the fuel in close proximity to the lead mines, which can furnish unlimited supplies of tho raw
material to work upon, there is no
reason why this fortunate combination
should not result iu the speedy erection of lead manufacturing industries
throughout the district. The question
will at once ariso, would such manufactories pay? The answer to this is,
smelters nnd refineries in the adjacent
states of the American union find it
very profitable to treat Canadian ores
snd it follows that Canadian smelters j
and refineries would find it profitable
to treat such ores at home. Once establish   the  industry   in   this district*
B ARTHUR R. SHERWOOD,  AG3T. %
Don't Let the Moss Grow on Your Feet
KEEP HOVINQ
Keep Abreast of the Times, That's Our Motto.
.>0..>0..>O">O">O-f.C<..C<'.C<..C<"��.
Next week you will lind us in our new quarters, just one door east of the
old premises, where we will be in a bet ter position than ever to cater to and
supply the wants of our many customers, hoth in the line of close prices and
can fitly say with Henry V., after  the  prompt attention.
battle of Agincourt, as   reverently   set | \*^ ��   FEEL
fortl^by the writer of the Shakespeare j       w<j h m_ b(i(,n ^eglectin��� s0lm, of ������,. customers during the past week, hav-
plays: i j���g ila,i two carloads of goods lying at the station awaiting tbe completion of
OGod! thy arm waa here. | 01lr new premises before unloading, thereby causing a little delay on the   part
of tilling orders. However, we are pleased to say that the goods are all in our
warehouse now and next week we will have theni on our shelves, disposable
at the same low prices as have always prevailed here and brought our name so
prominently before the careful buyer.
Pursuant   to   "Creditors Oeeil.i Art" mul
Amending Acts.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Thomas W. Gray, of Nelson, British Columbia, mill owner, lias, hv deed hearing date
the Uith day of September, A. 1)., 18118, assigned all his personal estate, credits anil effects whioh mav be seized and sold under execution, und nil bis real estate, lo Thomas Martindale Ward, of the said city of Nelson, agent,
in t rust, for the purpose of paying ratably anil
proportionately and without preference or
priority, the creditors of tho said Thomas W.
Gray, I heir just debts,
Tbe said deed was executed by tbe said
Thomas \V. Gray, tho assignor, and
the snid Thomas Martindale Ward.thc trustee,
on the Kith day of September, A. 1). 181)8, nnd
the fluid trustee has undertaken Ihe trusts
created by the said deed.
Al) persons having claims against the snid
Tliomas W. Gray are required on or before the
lith day of October, A. Ij. 181)8, lo deliver to tbe
snid trustee full particulars of tho samo, duly
verified by Statutory Declaration, together
with the particulars of tho security, if any,
held by them, and all persons indebted to the
said Thomas W. Gray, aro required to pay the
amounts due by tbem to tho said trusteo forthwith.
And notice Is hereby given tbat, after the
said lith day of October, A. I). 18118. the trustee
will proceed to distribute the nssels among Ihe
parties entitled thereto, having regard only
lo the claims of which he shall then have had
notice.
ELLIOT & LENNIE,
Solicitors for lhe Trustee,
Dated at Nelson, B. O., this 16th day of  Sep
tember. A. II.. 18118.
REISTERER & CO.,
And not to us, but to thy arms alone
Ascribe we all.   When without stratagem.
But in the plain shock nnd even play of battle. I
Was ever known so great and little loss on one
part and the other!   Take it, God,
For it. is n"ne but thine!
The Empire is a paper published   in
London, Eng., devoted  to mining and j
other matters iu South Africa and Bri-
tish   Columbia.    In   the  last* issue to!
hand   we find a  comment  beginning, !
"a   despatch   from   Tacoma,    British
Columbia."    That's enough.    The paper    may    know     something     about
British   Columbia   mining   advertisements, but when   it comes to  matters
of   geography it   evidently  knows  as
much     about    British   Columbia    as
a mine mule knows about millionaires.
To the Private Families
This province is about to wish
Hon. Mr. Turner a long farewell. If
loses a man who was always a gentleman in his contact with those about
him, but who as a politician and the
head of a government was too easily
led into defective legislation. If. Hon.
Mr. Turner had had the power to
say, "No," and most men find it difficult to handle this little negative decisively, he would have been one of the
most capable meu in the province.
When Hon. J. H. Turner meets Col.
J. Baker in London, John will whisper to James, "We didn't leavo much
for the other fellows to give away,''
and they will go their ways to declare
their intention of becoming permanent residents of England.
THE   COUNTY  COURT.
An Uneventful Day Before His Honor
Judge Forin.
Thero   were   ouly   two   cases   tried
and a market  will  soon be found  for | yesterday   by Judge  Forin,   the  first
of which   was O'Longhlin   vs. Green.
the product. It has been argued by
United States mining journals that the
natural market for Canadian ores of
this character is the Unite! States,
and it is implied that Canada could
not market her product profitably if
she undertook to manufacture for herself. That remains to be seen. Certainly the experiment is worth trying
and there need be little fear that it
would fail. In this direction the
Kootenay offers a field for enterprise
such as no other part of the country
presents.
MISTAKEN    IDEAS.
Tho Rossland Miner by belittling
Nelson seems to think that it does
Rossland a service. This is a mistake. Detraction has never yot made
any success that we have heard of.
Nor is it likely to with Nelsou as
its object. Tho prosperity of this city
is too firmly established, its influence
as thu emporium of a rich mining
country is too great, and its importance as the official and commercial
centra of West Kootenay is too pro-
uounced, to be affected by what any
newspaper may say or insinuate to the
contrary. When the Rossland Miner asserted that the Crow's Nest Pass railway would go to Trail after leaving
the Kootenay lake, that paper made a
covert thrust at Nelson. It would not
help Rossland to have Nelson
sidetracked in this way, but it would |
immensely please the Rossland Miner
evidently. No such feeling of ill will
against Rossland is observable anywhere in Nelson and certainly no in-
dictions of it can be found in the
Nelson Miner since it has been in the I
present hands. It is the wish and I
hope of Nelson that Rossland may be- j
come a great and populous city,known
throughout the world for its wealth ]
And   comfort,  aud   when   that  conies'
In this case the plaintiff sued
for $ili), being the balance of a board
bill owing bv the defendant. After
hearing tlie evidence, judgement wus
given in favor of the plaintiff for the
amount claimed and costs. Mr. W.
A. Galliher appeared for the plaintiff,
and the defendant appeared in person.
The next case was that of Swan Nelson vs. John La Pointe, wherein the
plaintiff sued for the balance due him
for stone delivered to the defendant.
The defense paid certain moneys into
court as satisfaction of tho plaintiff's
claim   and   costs,   but it was refused.
After hearing the evidence, the
judge gave decision iu favor of the
plaintiff for the amount paid into
court, plus $(i and costs. Mr. W. A.
Galliher appeared for the plaintiff,
and Mr. A. M. Johnson for the defendant.
THE
MINER
\
The Paper of the People.
Everybody Reads It.
The Largest Circulation.
Best Advertising Medium.
We would say that, our stoek will be the finest and most complete in li. 0. in the line of Fancy Groceries, Biscusts, Bottled
and Gunned Goods,
To Close Buying Mining Camps
We would say that our stock is linger than ever in onr line.
See our warerooms. A glance over this department will convince you that we are your money saver. Our prices are so
that we defy eonipet ition where full weight and honest measure
is considered.    Cnll and get acquainted with us anyhow.
M. Des Brisay & Co., Nelson.
AT7777777777777TT7TT77777A
PETER GENELLE fe   CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices ancl carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring' and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
OFFICE AND YARD C.  P.
R.  STATION     .    .    .
A.    E.     YOUNG,   AGENT.
CONTRACTORS
Are Saving Money every day
on their * Hardware Bills by
allowing us to figure witli  theni.
Get Our Prices
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
ORE CARS, T
and all MINE
RAILS
SUPPLIES.
Tel. No. 21
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALERS IX
. . FRESH . .
AND SALT MEATS
Camps supplied on shortest notice and Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing hut fresh and wholesome meats iuul supplies
kept in stock.
.Markets at Nelson and Ymir.
E. C. TRAVES
Manager.
p. burns & co.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
530
Brewers of Fine Lager
lieer and Porter,
Drop  in   and  see   us.
NELSON.
B. C.
DRESSHAKING
niLLINERY
FANCY   DRY   GOODS.
Orders promptly attended
to. Complete stock just
received in the latest styles.
Mrs. McLaughlin,
���IO-.I riiivi: st.
NELSON
ALEX. STEWART,
KK.ll,   ESTATE   AMI   IYSI It AM P.  AGENT
MOM I  TO LOAN ATI! IT.lt CENT.
ANO I I'WAKOH
PRIVATE AMI COMPANY FIINDB.
Valuable Baker Street and   other excellent property for sale.
Ollli-i'   I in in rltm rlili  Kto. I..  Nil-.un.  It. C.
Official Directory.
CHURCH D1RKCTORY.
Church or England���Matin n n.m.; Even1,
Sont;. 7.30 P-m- every Sunday.   Holy Communion on 1hI And 3rd Sunday--! in the month after J
MdtlnS, on '2nd and 4th Sundays,   at  8 a.m.
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.    Uev.   11. S. Akehurst. Kector.   for Ward nnd Silica streets,
PRESBYTERIAN Ciiuhcii-Servloosat 11 a.m. J
and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School al, 2.110 p.m.I
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;|
Christian Kndcavor Society meets every Mon-,
day evening at 8 o'clock. Uov. lt. Frew,
Pastor,
Methodist Church���Corner Silica audi
Josephine Streets. Services at 11a.m. nnd T.3u|
p. m. ; Sahbath School, 2.30 p.m.: Prayer nieot-f
ing on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Kpworlhl
League O, K., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Hev. Johnj
Itobson, Pastor.
Catholic Ciiuhcii���Mass   at Nelson, flrst
nnd third Sunday nt 8 and 10.00 a.m.; Henedie-
tion at 7.30 to  8 p.m.   Uev.   Father  I'erlnnd,]
Priest, 1
BAPTIST Church ��� Ser.ices morning mull
evening nt 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meet-f
ing Wednesdny evening at 8 p.m.; Meetings
aro held In tho school house. Strangers cordi*]
ally welcomed.   Kov. G. It. Welch, Pastor.
Salvation Ahmy���Servicos every evening
at 8 o'clock in barracks on Victoria strootj
Adjutant Mlllnor in charge.
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LODGK, No. 23. A. F. &A|
M. meets socond Wednesday in eacl|
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
G. L. Lennox, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodge]
No. lfi, meets every Monday night!
at  their  Hall,  Kootenny st<-eoi'|
Sojourning Odd Fellows coi'dially invited.
A. II. Clements, N. G.       Fred J Squires, Seel
(8201
NKLSON LODGK No. 25, K. of PI
meets in Cnstlo hall, McDonald bloc!
very second and fourth Tuesday ever!
ing al 8 o'clock. All visiting knlghlj
cordially invited,
K. G. Joy, CC.
Gno. lloss K.of It.amis.
NKLSON   LODGK,   I. O. O. T.      Meets II
Cnstlo Hall, McDonald lllock, every Mondnl
evoning  at 8 o'cloek.   Visiting Templars col
dinlly invited, John Tklkohd,    P
Chief Templar. I
J. F. Jacobson   Seel
^=3=**;,       NKLSON S   OUKKN    NO.   2-1
ftt \(\   SONS     OF     KSlGLAND,   meel
second and fourlh Wednesdny
each month at K. of P. Hall, Mal
Donald Block,   cor. Vornon   nnj
Josephine streets.   Visiting broil
rn cordially Invited.        Kknest King,      I
Chas. H. Fakrow, Worthy Prcsidei^
Secretary.
COUKT KOOTKNAY. I.O.F., NO. 3138 meel
1st and 3rd Wednesday in each month in til
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. S. C. R.| J J
Green. C.R.: J. Furktss, Secy.
NKLSON LODGK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., mel
every  Thursday in the I.O.O.F.  hall.    G "
Williams, M.W.:  XV S Smith, Reo.-Sec; J.
Driscoll, Financior F, J Squire, Receiver af
P. M. W.
NKLSON L.O.L. No. 1692 meets in the Jl
Donald block every Thursday evsning at]
o'clock. Visiting members cordially invito]
Jolm Toye AV.M:; F. J. Bradley, R.S. THE MINER, TUESDAY,  OCTOBER u, 1898.
Ti INDIAN WAR SCARE
Minnesota Troops Moving to
the Front.
I THE PEOPLE ALARMED
Tbo  Soldiers  Will   bo Stationed on tbe
Border  Of tbo   Leecb Lake
Indian   Reservation
Minneapolis,  Oot. 10.���One hundred
and thirty of Uio -Ith Minnesota have
left for towns on the Posston extension of tho Groat Northern road, the
northern border of (lie Leech lake reservation. Liutenant Oolonel Johnson
was in oommand. Tlie men carried
tents, 100 rounds of ammunition and
several days nil ions.
A special to tlie Journal from Bern-
ldijo, Minn., says: A rumor tliis
morning that Iho Indians woro coming
caused a stampede, The people are
greatly excited anil aro massed at the
court house. Soldiers bave lieen telegraphed for.
Adjutant (ieneral Nuehlherg, of the
state militia, wires to Governor
Olongh from Deer river on the Foss-
ton line: "I have scouts out to get
reliable information. The people are
greatly frightened along the line.
More troops should be stationed west
of here, liemidijo i.s very much excited. "
PERSOML   MENTION.
Oaptain Troup look a   trip down   to
Robson yesteray evening.
Vi. B. Willcox,   editor of the Brook-
age in imported Havana   cigars.    The
factories   had  all  closed down during :
tho blockado, chiefly for lack of money !
to  pay   their   hands.    The   crop  this
year was small, and the naxt crop will j
probably be even   smaller,   as most ofj
tho oxen used for ploughing were con- ! b'u News, is at the Queen's.
fisoated for food .    Tims   tlie seedling *
plants   will   not     be     planted    soon I
enough   in many instances,   for  fresh j
animals   can   hardly   be imported   in
time     in     sufficient     numbers.    The
ploughing and seeding hns   to be.   done
in August, September   and October  if i
it is to be done at all.
Mr. Brener   goes   from here to Victoria.
I
H.   Chapman,    representing    Ames
Holden & Co., of Victoria, is in town.
A SURBPISE IN STORK
Yesterday two men were lined in
Brooklyn for fighting and tliey came
up to Robson on the same boat as Provincial Constable Forrester. One of
them got off at Shield's landing with
a lino overcoat, on his arm, and Mr.
Forrester remarked to  his companion
R. C, Longley arrived at the Phair
last night from the Ht. Mary's country.
J. D. Porter, mem tier of tho firm of
Porter Bros., the contractors, i.s at tho
Phair.
W. Pollow-Harvey tho well known
; assayer and metallurgist of Vanc.ou-
| ver, is at tho Phair.
D. McLeod, purchasing agent for
) Mann, Foley Bros. & Larsen, is in
! tho city to purchase supplies.
James Neelands, A. H. Clements
j and J. Lott leavo this morning for a
I visit to the Spokane fruit fair.
Mr.   Livingstone,   "There   will bo  a I    Otto Brener, manager of the Vallens
coat missing wben we get to Robson,
Sore   enough   when   they got to Robson, Engineer  Grice had lost a valu-1
able overcoat, and its   description tal- !
lied with   that   noticed liy  Constable
Forrester,
Mr. Grice   was going to Kuskonook,
but he determined to wait and go back i
on tho next boat with Provincial Con- j
stable T. DesBrisay of Robson.    When
they reaoh Shields'  landing,   the man |
with the coat    is   likely   lo meet with
an unpleasant surprise.
CITY AND VICINITY.
PROM HAVANA.
Mr. Otto   Brener   Speaks   of What He
Saw Recently in Havana.
Mr.. Otto Brener, manager of the
firm of Vallens & Co, tlie cigar manufacturers of London, bus beeu spending a few days in the eity. anil hearing that be had arrived quite recently
from the Ouban capital, a Miner reporter asked hint a few quest ions as
lo his experience.- there.
Mr. Brener, left London, Out., on
July ill) and proceeded lo Tampa, Florida, where after having received permission by cable from (ieneral    Blanco
to land in   Havana, be  chartered  ihe
tug "Childs,"   whieh   was   the   only
I craft available   and started for  Cuba,
| arriving there   very shortly alter   tbe
blockade was raised.
At   Havana   there     was   but   little
|change.    Tlie shops and   theatres were
ill   open,    and    business   was    being
I transacted   much   as usual.  Owing   to
[the   long   blockade,    however,    prices
wero sky   high.    At   tbe Hotel lngla-
Iterra, eggs cost   80 cents a piece,   and
Itwo   Comfortable    meals     and    a   bed
(about   $14.    Sou))   kitchens were run-
Ining throughout the city, at which ihe
|bungry weie fed.
In the country things
[different. The suffering
'tiding, and Mr. Brener
L'lad to get away from it.
[non and children were
libnnt, picking up leaves and anything
itreen, and devouring them ravenously.
Irheir rib stuck out and their stomachs
J.vere distended from eating dried corn
Iiud mangels, which formed the only
Ineans of subsistence tbey could ob-
|uin. All hostilities, even by tlie Ou-
���ans, had ceased.
He met Miss   Clara   Barton, head of
lhe Red Cross society   in Havana, and
|he was leaving iu disgust at what she
ml seen throughout the interior.    The
lily   and   surrounding   country   were
Magnificently  fortified against the an-
|icipated   invasion,    and   the   general
.pillion   is   tbat   Havana could   never
iiive been taken by the Americans.
With regard to the  tobacco trade, in
liich Mr.  Brener   was   chiefly inter-
lited, everything   pointed to a   short-
were very
was heart
said he was
Naked wo-
wandering
Condensed News of tbe Happenings of tbo
Week In and Around  Our Busy
City and Kootonay.
A new plate glass front is being put
i'nto Fred Irvine & Co's. store, which
will give it a very attractive appearance.
Tho legal firm of Hannington & Taylor have engaged a commodious suite
of offices in the Beer block on Baker
street.
A. Lowth-Knox, F. R. G. S., lias
taken over the Vmir Miner as editor
and business manager front Valentine
Carson.
Tho shelving in the Lillie Bros, new
store is about completed, and the firm
will move into their new premises in
a day or two.
The Hudson's Bay company are calling for tenders for the construction
of a three story brick building on the
corner of Stanley and Baker streets.
A young men's club has been organized in Trail tor the purpose of scouring a reading room anil place of
recreation during the winter evenings.
The North Wist Mounted police
who have been doing duty along the
line of construction of the Crow's
Nest Pass railway will be recalled on
October 15.
J. S. C. Fraser, manager of thc
Rossland branch of tbe Bank of Montreal has gone to the Halcyon Hot
Springs, suffering froni an attack of
inflammatory rheumatism.
Sir Charles Ross, president of the
West Kootenay Power & Light company at Bonnington Falls, is now at
Balnagowau Castle in Rossshire. He
will return to Kootenay in a short
time.
In the police court yesterday, Police
Magistrate Orese lined frank Armstrong $6 and costs for being drunk
and disorderly on Baker street. Theodore Steinwiteh was also sentenced to
80 days hard labor as a vagrant, having no visble means of support.
Yesterday being the last day on
' which a rebate on the electric light
and water rates conld be obtained, Ihe
city hall was thronged with rate
payers. So great was the rush that
the city council decided to adjourn
their weekly meeting until today at 8
I p. m.
A by-law to raise the sum of $15,000
by thn sale of debentures for tho purpose of flnming Oarpenter creek will
ho voted ou by the ratepayers of Sandon on Thursday, October 20. At the
same time a vote will be taken as to
whether tlie "theatre comique" will
lie allowed to continue business.
Cigar Manufacturing companv of London, left yesterday evening for Victoria.
L. A. Campbell, manager of tho
West Kootenay Light & Power company, returned to Rossland yesterday
evening.
Provincial Constable Forrester arrived in Nelson from Brooklyn iu
charge of two prisoners, sentenced to
terms of 80 and IiO days for stealing.
Miss Clarke, who has been staying
in Nelson with her sister Mrs. Peters
for several months past, left on last
night's traiii for her home in Winnipeg.
Senator MoKeen, and Mr. Michael
Dwyer, directors of the Merchants'
Bank of Halifax, left Nelson, with
Iheir party, on yesterday evening's
train.
M. Unzioker, representing the well
known machinery firm of Fraser &
Chambers of Chicago, and J. Burns
of Baker City, Oregon, leave on this
morning's train for Spokane.
Among those registered at the
Queen's are R. Oasimer Dickson, and
A. I). McLennan, Goat River; E. W.
Sanders and J. Ohisholin, McLeod;
Mrs. J. J. McMillan, Porto Rico; J.
G. McLean, Seattle, and A. J. Linden, Omaha.
M. DesBrisay & Co. were busy up
to a late hour last; night getting their
stock moved into their new storo in
the Beer block, so as to be ready to do
business this morning. The store i.s
very tastefully fitted inside, and its
appearance alone should draw customers,
Among those registered at the Phair
are W. R. Ramsdell, Sanca; A. T.
Garland, Kalso; W. S. Norman, Vi.
A. Oumming.s and O. Shields, Spokane; W. G. J. Stephen, D. A. Smith
mul W. II. McLeod, Macleod ; C. El-
i wood, B. O. S. railway ; J. Clandin
ing, Mrs. A. J'1. Procter, and A. Kyle,
Vancouver; L. Marks, Victoria, and
Joseph Neumann, Spokane'.
'Among those reigstered at the Hume
are H. M, Gartchon, London, Ont. ;
F. M O'Brien, Cascade Oity; J. Leni-
han, D. O. McKenzie and C. Vi. Mo-
Arthur, Ymir;D. W. McEwen, Montreal; A. J. McMillan, Rossland; E.
O. Jennings, Victoria; A. J. Forbes,
Cascade City; 0. S. Wallis, Rossland;
P. Hugo Ross, Toronto, and T. S.
Armstrong, Trail.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will lm rooolvod by the Hudson'..
Bay Co. up till noon oa Saturday, Oct, 2-' for
the construction ofabriok and stone building,
throo Btory und basement, on lots at corner of
linker and Stanley st roots.
Plans and speolnoationsmay bo seen at the
Hudson's Bay stores. N. 'I'. MACLEOD
SLOCAN ORE SHIPMENTS.
SOO--PACIFIC LINE
[hen Her Heart is Set on It
1,'onian   is  sine to obtain just what
I   wants.
I'he Perfection Cook Stove which is
I leader this season, is just thc one
Ileligbt the good housekeeper,
Its construction is perfect, It pro-
Tes tho greatest* amount of heat
In t he smallest quantity of fuel and
Ire are few parts liable to break or
lout of order, It is one of the best
Ires on thu market at thc price.
Importers of
|ints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To Eastern and European Points.
To  Pacific  Coast, China,  Japan
The Shipments  of  Ore From July   I, ' and Australia   Points.
1898 to Date. '   _ ^.
a   ,      ���        .,���,, Tourist Cars
From   Sandon:���Payne,   5420   tons; ,      ,
Ruth,   1317;  Slocan  star, mil"); Last Pass Revelstoke
Chance,   520;   Sapphire,   is'.,;  Coin,       ��� ���*. -, . , . e,   p_,,i
s..,MVo..,lerful   Bird,    I;   Sovereign, I      '.a'>loSl'.'111-      .     .  ,      _     ,
(MH., ; Wonderful, S; C. M.  Wilson,   2; ' Daily (except Wodncsday) lo  liast-
Treasure Vault, -It). ent Canadian and U.S. Points
rickets  issued through and Baggage checked to destination.
From  Concentrator   Siding:���Idaho
Mines, snii; Queen Bess, Ji',"v\
Prom Whitewater :-- Whitewater, 105,
From MeOuigan:���Rambler, 00;
Antoine. 80; total, 0702^ tons.
Shipments over (he K. ifc s. for the
weekending October ?: Pavne, 50,
Ruth,  I.'-'; Last Chance, 60,
Over the 0. P. Ii. for the week ending October T : Payne, 800, Total lor
the week, 680 tons.
Complete returns from Three Forks
for the past three months: Jtilv,
Queen Hess, 70'; Alamo, 440%, Aug.,
Queen Bess, SOU; Alamo, 381.     Sep!.,
DAILY TRAIN.
To Bossland and Main   Line points
(MOp.m.-LeaveB���NELSON- Arrives-lO.LOp.m
kootenny Lnko   iiii*n> Uoute,
STIt.  ICOKANBE
Excopt Sunday. Kxoepl Sunday
I  p.m.���Loavos-NELSON���Arrlvos-11  a.m
Kooienay Blvcr Itoute.
Stu. Nelson.
ffixoopl Sunday Excopt Sunday
' a.m.-I.i'iivi's   NKl.sox   Arrives���'/'M p.m.
Outward connection Pilol Huy wka str. Ko-
Queen     Bess,    M-l1-,;   Alamo, 334-kf,   kanee, but inward such connection ia notguar-
n. j.,,1    i't-j-s antood,                                                    ,,
xuiui,   io��o. |    steamers on llicir rospcotivo routes cull at
 ���  Iprlnolpal Landings In both directions and at
BIRTHS. i oilier points whon signalled.
LAING���On   October   10, 1898, at her Troll : rom Slocnii City. Sandon
^     ,                   -.,,      ,       ... ...      (                  mnl  Miirini   lillie   Points.
home on   Mill   street, the   wife of '     , ,.    ...  ,.,���,,
i,   ,,,   t   .         t, .                   (Sundays ia  iptoui
P.  \\. Lamg, ot a son. 8a.m,-Leaves-NELS0N -Arrives���2.20p.m.
LIABILITIES ONK MILLION.
London,  Oct.   10.���The failure is an-
GREAT   BARGAINS
IN MACKINTOSHES.
���������������
Having purchased a large job lot of Mackintoshes
and Waterproof Coats, cheap for cash, I will for
the next 30 days sell them off below wholesale
Prices. This is a rare opportunity to secure goods
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
THEO.    MADSON.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
Ascertain Rates
and full Information   by  addressing nearest
inenl agent, or GEO, S. BEER, City Ticket
W. A. JOWETT,!
MINING AND
<^REAL ESTATE BROKER    -*>
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.
NELSON MARKETS.
Tho following are the prices of groceries, provisions, etc., as quoted by our
local dealers, It is the intention of
The Miner to have these prices corrected everv week by trustworthy dealers, so that residents of the city and
others may he informed as to the cost
of living in the city :
riotir.
Ogilvie's Hungarian per 50 lb saek.. 1 75
Luke of the Woods " .. 175
Snow Fluke per 50 lb suck  1 50
lri ra I li
Wheat per ton  32 00@36 00
Bran per ton  20 00@22 00
Ground feed per ion  20 00@28 00
Corn (whole)      "         20 00@28 00
Corn (cracked)   "         27 00O80 00
Oats "         30 00*132 00
Oatmeal per 10 lbs      JOC   fio
Rolled oats (11 & Kl  05
Rolled oats (B & K) 811, sucK  40
feed.
Hay (haled) por ton  10 00��t20 00
Vegetables.
Potatoes per 100 lbs    1 00i�� 1 25
Beets per lb  2*^
Cabbage per lb  2l
Cauliflower per lb  2}
Onions per lb  (i3
Cucumbers  05
Fish.
Salmon (smoked) per 11.	
Oysters (Olympian) per qt	
Oysters I Eastern) per tin	
Cod per lb	
Halibut, por Ib	
Smelts per It'	
farm Produce.
Egg8 per doz	
Butter (Creamery)	
Hulter (Dairy) 	
Cheese (Canadian)	
Cheese  Swiss)	
Heats.
Ham (American) peril	
Ham (Canadian) jn r It.	
Bacon (American,) per lb.	
Bacon (Canadian) per lb..	
Bacon (rolled) per lb	
Bacon (Ions? clear) per lb	
Shoulders per Ib	
Lard per tb	
Boefperlb	
Mutton per lb	
Veal per lh	
Perk per lb	
Fruit.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
,��� in,oed    of Ernest  Orger Lan-bert, |Agont"   ��johN HAMILTON, Agent,Nelson
li.iancier, ot this   city.    His liabilities anDEIISON, E. J.COYLE.
are estimated   at one   million   pounds        TmVr Paaai Agent,     Dist, Pass. A|<cnt,
sterling. Nelson Vancouver
(AIMM. MFIME., M Min. Assoc. Cornwall)
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Phair Hotel.
NELSON, B.C.
P. O. BOX 583.
Extended experience In Chile and German
South Africa. Assays aud analysis of ores.
Reports and valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plans kept
up by contract.
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Lemons (California) per do/....
Oranges (California seedlings),
Melons (each)	
Crab apples per lb	
Apples	
Tomatoes	
Crapes	
Peaches	
Pears (Bartlcttsl	
Pears Ismail Krconl 	
Plums (greengage)	
Plums	
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One Year
Half Year
One Hontli
$10.00
$5.00
$1.00
TIME  CARD   NO. 2
Inking KHVi'i HOO O'clock a. 111., Sfpl< nilxr
.BY MAIL OR   CARRIER
l-i.   1808,
I'ai'iili-   or   l.'im.   .Urrliliiiu
nine.
West Bound
Kapt Hound
First ('lass
Time Card No 2
First Class
Passenger
���Sept. lst, 1808.
Passenger
Leaves Daily
.Stations
Arrive Daily
8.30 a. m.
Kaslo
3.30 p.m.
8.55 a. m.
Houlh Fork
3.05 p.m.
0.45 p. rn.
Sproule's
2.10 p.m.
10.00 n. m.
\\ hitewnter
3.00 p.m.
l(l.('8a. in.
Hear Lake
1 50 p.m.
10.20 a. in.
McGuiean
l.ns ii in.
10:31 a. in.
Paj ne Tram
1:2.1 p.m.
10.85 a. m.
Cody Junction
1 '-'���-! p.m.
10.15 n. in.
Sandon
1.15 p.m.
Arrive Daily
CODY BRANCH
Leave Daily
Mixed
Mixed
Leaves Daily
Stations
Arrive Dally
11:00a. in.
Sai don
11:59 a.m.
11:10   "
Codv Junction
11:30   "
11:25 "
Cody
11:35   "
Arrive Daily
Leave Daily
IIOBT. IRVINO,       OEO. F. COPELAND,
���Md            Q.
F & P. \           Fuporlntondnnt,
MISCFLLANEOU8
FOR BUILDING UP
the strength of the little ones wc
liave all the materials. Our stock.]
of these goods, from Nursing- hot- j
ties, Nipples, etc. to Prepared Food
for Infants is large, well assorted
and contains everything approved
of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infant's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Pulls,
Powders, etc. Nou will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drug & Book Co.
MUSIC  dkssons. -  On  plnnn   orgnn   or
gultur, by Mrs, w. .1. Axiloy, Hobson ���.treet
two doors west of Slimli'V.    P. (). Hox l.��l.
WANTED 3 llrsl class solicitors nt once,
I none ol hers need apply. Standard Publishing
.Co.. Laker St 3 doors from Hank of II. C.
Nelson, II. C.
Old papers ut Thk Mineh oillee.   25 oonts
ner hunnrori.
TO WAH CHUNG,
REVELSTOKE, 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 Ve-
turning her to Nelson.
LUN   FOO,
Kuskonook. THE MINER  TUESDAY, OCTOBER u, 1898.
!
Lun Foo Still Mourns For
His Girl
SHE IS NOW m IDAHO
Foo Made a Loup and UsuncceBsl'ul Search
For Her and .Returned to Bis
Home Wi'.hout Her.
Kuskonook, Oct. 8.���Lun Foo of
Kuskonook has returned to liis desolate eating-house after a Iouk and
fruitless search for his ''lil gal,"
stolen from him in a most despicable
way by a vagrant fan-tan player
named Loo. There used to be a sunshiny air about Poo, when, clad in
spotless white smook, baggy trousers
and noiseless shoes, he glided into the
dining room to wait upon a customer.
a smile of pleasuro playing over aud
lighting up his fat and chubby face.
But that air is no longer present. It
seems to have departed with the "lil
gal. " At least, when Foo,foot-sore and
bedraggled stole back to his restnarant
through the gathering shadows of last
Thursday night, the lively disposition
had gone out of him. The troubles of
tho time hung heavily upon him and
he was not the Chinaman he was before. Habitues of his place, too, notice a listlessness about him which is
not natural to him, and he has grown
so irascible with those of his own race
that they are beginning to avoid him
as a bad man.
It is said that Lun Foo was the happiest man in British Columbia the
night Wah Chung brought the "lil
gal" down from Revelstoke. She was
quite an imperious girl fully conscious
of her power over Foo, and treated him
with that colel disdain the sex so naturally put on when they wish to
fasten more securely to their leading
strings the luckless admirer. She allowed Foo to approach her, after all
financial barriers between him and
Wah Chung had been smoothed away,
and Foo fondled her delicate hand,
with the yellow, tobacco-stained finger nails, much as a dog fawns upou
the approving hand of his master.
Foo got no nearer, but from that time
he was hers, body aud soul, restaurant anet pocket-book.
With Wah Chung, when he camo to
town, wero two other Chinamen,
young, not ill-looking and dressed iu a
fashion that betokened wealth. One
of these was Loo, a fan-tan player,
who wanders from camp to camp, living a life of elegance and ease. Ho is
well-known from the boundary to fhe
Upper Columbia and he numbers
among his friends many white gam
tilers who respect him as a spirited
member of tho profession. His wide
sleeved coat is of rich stuff, lined with
silk and it is said that the innumerable buttons down the front which
confiue the fastening loops are of pure
gold. Loo always has a "wad" in
his inside pocket and is never caught
short for auy game. It is said that he
once dealt faro in a Vancouver game.
but failed to command the respect of
tho players by the deftness with
which he pushed the cards from tho
box. However, that may be, he came
to Kuskonook without a bad mark
against him, so far as a square player
is concerned.
In a place adjacent to the restaurant, but exactly where has not been
made plaiu, Foo established his lady
love, "preparatory to entering upon
that life of extravagance which the
pampered chippies (if Chinese chinks
in Sau Francisco, or in Doyer street,
New York, know so well. So long as
they are continued to live a life of
seclusion, where no covetous eye can
look upon thein, elegant apartments,
jewels, silks, confections and sumptuous fare is theirs, not to speak of
opium delights ou luxurious "lays."
But complete isolation from tho outside world is the prico thoy must pay
for this luxurious life of ease, for the
well-to do Chinaman will go hungry
that his "gal" may feast. Loo and
his companion niust have had some
secret sign from the girl or under
standing with the girl for they made
tlieir way to llie plaoe where she was
ostensibly to play a game of fan-tan
but in reality, as has since been discovered, to purloin Foo's treasure.
They must have taken with them a
suit of boy'B clothing, for it was in
such a suit that she boarded the
steamer a few hours later, just as the
vessel was about casting off her lines
for lower lake and river points, ono-of
three Chinamen, bound for Bonner's
Forry. You have, already had the
account of her escape. The advertisement, which Foo put in the Minor is
misleading, inasmuch as it says that
threo Chinamen had her or were with
her. There were only three in all and
Tai, the "gal" was oue. of them.
It was also reported that they had got
ashore at a construction camp down
the lake and were probably making
for Fort Steele, whither Loo spoke of
journeying, as tho Chinamen engaged
in placer digging on Wild Horse creek
are said to have plenty of money and
aro just aching to try tlieir luck in a
big game. But ho el id not go to Fort
Steele. The trio reached Bonner's
Ferry, and managed to tret across the
border there, notwithstanding tho
vigilance of the authorities. Foo
knows where she is, but he, not having   the   "sabe"   of  Loo, cannot go
where she is  nor  can   he   bring  her
back.
Tho impression here is that Foo has
been whip-sawed by Wah Chung of
Revelstoke, who Rold the girl to Foo
for J40() and at the same time had an
understanding with Loo that he
would carry her off. This idea is saiel
to possess Foo, who will look to Chuug
to repay him his money. Tho nows-
paper advertisement is more a notification to Chung than it is to the general
public. It was thought here that to
bring her back and secure the reward
would havo beeu Chung's next move,
but evidently the prize is too rich to
surrender for so small a sum. A chattel as fair as ^Tai is saidjjto havo been
with all the lang.mr of the Orient en-
haneed by the chic which comes of
contact with western life, is worth
from $4000 to $5000 in San Francisco
or New York and probably Loo will
tako hor to one or the other, as he has
long chafed in the limited field which
British Columbia presents for a man
of his talents, and yearned for a flyer
in the east. There" have been many
efforts to console Foo but he will not
be consoled. A sympathizer tried to
chase dull care away from him the
othor day and in the effort said some-
1 thing that made Foo chaso him from
I tho premises with a potato-masher.
Asked what it was had caused the row
an old and wrinkled launilryiiian,
whose eye has lost its fire and his
heart the spark of passion, explained
that Wang Ho had said that Tai was
no good, that sho was well-known in
Nelson and that there, "she saveo too
muchee man," meaning thereby that
the girl, while in Nelson, was known
to distribute her favors freelyjnnd impartially, which imputation upon his
"lil gal" Foo resented as related. So
tho matter stands at present. Most of
the brightness has gone out of life for
Foo. He is known to be rich and it.
is said that he may employ the dreaded
Tung society to recover his treasure
for him, in whieh event there may bo
a Chinese funeral or two befoie the
steam goes up again in peace from
Chinese lauudrydom.
LAI   IN   NELSON.
From inquiries mado in Nelson it
would appear that Lun Foo's is not
the ouly Orioutal heart saddened by
the frowardness eif this almond-eyed
syren. Before going to Revelstoke to
cheer tho heart and swell the gains of
Wah Chung, she was the object of tho
affoctions of Hip Chang a Nelson
Chinaman.
Apparently a girl of considerable
force of character, she broke through
the shackles with which Chinese etiquette surrounds the women of that
race, and was frequently seen on the
streets in gorgeous attire, evidently
the pink of Mongolian fashiou.
Thero is a pathetic but humorous
story told of the circumstances which
preceded her departure to Revelstoke.
Though she had all that money coulil
procure, and Chinese devotion aud
ingenuity suggest, she was not contented. Sho longed for a wider sphere.
Perchance the stakes at fan-tan were
too low to be interesting. Be this as
it may, one thing is certain, she
had mado up her mind to leave Ned-
son.
Whon her irrevocable decision was
communicated to her admire'!', he
was inconsolable. Prayers and entreaties wero of no avail. At last Hip
Chang unbosomed himself to his
Mend aud companion, a man noted
for his resource in times of difficulty.
This astute gentleman suggested that
the "white devils" who know everything, could probably supply him with
a love philtre or some magic, drug,
which would keep his "lil gal" forever by his side.
Overjoyed at the suggestion, the two
went to the emporium of a well known
druggist, and asked for a drug that
would make Lai "muchee likee Nelson. ''
The druggist gravely told the disconsolate lover that he was temporarily
out of that line of goods. They wont
out, aud the last that was seen of Hip
Chung was as he went despondently
shuffling down the street with his
companion endeavoring to comfort
him in a sympathetic sing-song.
FOR SPOKANE FRUIT FAIR.
The Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway will sell excursion tickets to Spokane for one fare for round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct. 3rd to 15th inclusive, good returning within five
days. All tickets purchased on or
after Oct. 12th will be limited to the
17l h. The fare for round trip from
Nelson is $11.50.
1898       PROVINCIAL     1898
Exhibition
SS^S-SS-SSSSSftSeflSSSSeSeS-i
uniler the direct ion of
The Royal Agricultural and Industrial
Society of British Columbia.
OCT. 5 to 13 Inclusive
-AT-
New Westminster
in conjuotion will] tlif
Citizens'Grand Yearfu Celebration
$18,000
S PRIZES  9
$18,000
The Premium List is the Largest
aver Offered West of Toronto.
Pyro-Spectaculnr Bombardment tif  Santiago
de Cuba and Blowing up of the "Halnc."
Followed by nn up-to-date Fire Works Display,
which lniM been specially Booured tor Four
Nights tit nn enormous expense.
Lacrosse and Baseball Matches, Bicycle /leet, Aquatic, Sailor and
Caledonian Sports, Promenade
Concerts, Horse Races.
Dog Show.  Open to the World.
The Finest Bands in the Province
will provide Music.
Special rate's over all Railway and
Steamboat Lines.
No entrance fees charged fr Ex-
hihils.
Premium Lists, Entry Forms, and
full informal ion on application to
MAYOll OWENS W. 11. EDMONDS.
Chairman Cel. Coin. Secy. t'el. Com.
T. J.TItAPP, ARTHUR MALINS,
I'rcs. H. A. & 1. Soe.      Secy. 11. A. & 1. Soo,
W. 11. KEARY,
Exhibition ('nmiiiissioner.
TRUNKS
# TRAVELLING*
TRUNKS
A Large  Variety  below   tlie
Ordinary Price.
Satchels, Grips, Valises
Thomson Stationery Co.
LIMITED (tl 22
3STEJL.SOT<r
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled tenders, properly endorsed, will be received bv the Moil, the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works up to noon of Wednesday,
the 12th Inst mi I for the erection nnd complo*
tion of a Land Registry Ollice al Nelson, Ii. t;.
Drawings specifications and conditions of
tender and contract may be seen at the oflice
of Ewart & Carrie, architects, Nelson.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily
be accepted.
O.G.DENNIS.
Government Agent,
Nelson, R C.
Dated Oct. 5th, 189P,
THE FIRST TRIAL
of onr OothiriB ia generally sufficient to
iniike a life long cimtomer.
We don't offer our gondii below cost,
because wc bave no ileniro to lone
money. Wo sell nt prices wbicb are
sufficient to pay for good'"inntcrial and
good workmanship. Tbe size and variety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as to style nnd lit. Indeed wo arc partioular on these points.
We rather lose x sale than permit unsatisfactory garments to leave the
store.
These values eannot be surpassed.
--J. A. GILKER--
P. O. STORE.
SSttS *������S-��9��9tt��VS^S<>9e9S9*��*S69S9SSe9*SSS9S9S9*S969S9ii
*
<^> PRESERVING JARS ^
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
HAJOLICA & STONE WARE
Milk Pitchers t
Bowls J
Pie and Pudding Dishes. X
and a Full Line of CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Complete Supply of ... .
Groceries, Summer Beverages, Etc.
QUALITY UNEQUALED PRICES RIGHT
Fresh Fruit ami Vegetables Kvery Morning.
Special attention tn Mail orders.
Tea Pots all Sizes
Butter Crocks
Kirkpatrickand Wilson,
Baker St.     Tel. io.
isr:E!"W" * goods
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
and Cloth Brushes,
also Good Value in Sponges.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C.
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
GAMBLE b O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and General Agents, Fire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
FOR SALE  __^Wxwwvv%.
Corner Lot on Vernon St., with Building.   12 Lots in Blook
I IF���Clienp.   2 Lets Oor. Josephine nnd Robson.
FOR RENT
r--.V.VVAVVXlX*A.
2 Lot? and Dwelling near Oor Stanley St, on Observatory
St., $12 per month, Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St.,
������J2II per month.   House and 2 Lots, Houston St.  $15 month.
Call and sec 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 Hover Creek For Sale, cheap.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NELSON,  B.C.
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
S p?kane Falls &
Northern R'y.
Nelson  &  Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountajn R'y.
The only all rail route without change
of cars hetween Nelson and Eossland and
Spokane and Kossland.
(DAILY)
Leave 6-20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-35 p-m
"   12:05 "   EOSSL'D    "  11:20  "
"    8.30 a.m. SPOKANE   "    3.10 p.m
Train thnt leaves Nelson at 6:20 a.m.
makes close connections nt Spokune foi
all Pacific Count Points.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek,connect nt Marcus withStnce
Daily.
O. G. DIXON, G. P. & TA.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B. C.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai John
Charles Tom. trading im Tailor ami
Clothier, at the town of Golden, in the Province of British Coliiinhin. has by flood dated
the lirst day of October, 18118, assigned lo nie
all his personal es* ate, credits and ofreote which
may bc seized and sold under execution, and
all nle real estate for the general benefit of his
i creditors,pursuant lo the "Creditors Trust
Deeds Act."
A meoling of the creditors will he held at Illy
ollice in ihe said town of Holden. on Saturday,
the 22nd day of October, at lhe hour of Iwo
o'clock in tne afternoon, for the giving of dl-
I rections with reference to the disposal of the
estate.
All creditors arc requested to forward full
particulars of their claims, duly verified, to ine
on or before the llftccnth day of November,
1898, after Whioh dale I shall proceed to distribute the assets among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of
which 1 shall then have had notice.
Haled at Golden, 11 ('., October lst, 18118.
E. A. 1IAUUKN,
Flnanotal Agent, Guidon.
Trusteo,
4   BUY IT.   4
The Miner is on snlo at the following news stores at live cents per
copy:
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
.    LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Contmunica.tions relating to British Columbia business
lo be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
NELSON, B.C.
89.1
PABST : : :
BOHEHIAN
I
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.
NKLSON, VICTORIA & VANCOUVER.
Gilbert Stanley
Thomson Stationery t'o
Canada Drug & Hook Co.
Hotel Hume News Stand
Jt. Campbell
C. F. Nelson
J. F. Delaney
Sloean News Co.
J. I. Mcintosh
Slocan News Co.
w. Parker
Thompson Bros.
Hotel Spokane
M. W. Simpson
M. Andernon
C. VV. Hill
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Ymir
NewDenver
Roseberry
Slocan City
Silverlon
Sandon
Brooklyn
Vancouver
Spokane
Rossland
Slocan Grossing
Cascade Cily
#J. Harry Nickerson*
WATCHMAKER and
JEWELER ��� ��� ��� ���
Josephine St. Opposite Clarke Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
and   News   Agents  on   boats   ancl
trains out of Nelson.
T.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 11111 Mock ��� itukcr St.
NELSON
SODA  WATER FACTORY.
Ill ICI-UOM. NO. 31.
Manufacturers ot
ALL carbonated waters.
ilnii-.von Hot Springs Water Aerated and |
Supplied lo thc Trade.

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