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Daily   Edition, No.-59.
RicJj'5 Patent
Julia HarloWf
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Nelson,  British Columbia.   1 hursday July 14,   i8q8.
Eighth Year
Just
Received
A shipment of the famous
American Footwear
FOR LADIES
Come Early and Secure a Fair.
LILLIE'S  SHOE  HOUSE
WEST BAKHR STREET.
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PARASOLS at
DRY  GOODS.
I Grand June Clean
t Reduced Prices, 8
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We will offer (or the next ten days all of our entire stock
al   reduced   prices   with   Special   Reductions   on   the
. . .  following; lines . . .
Summer Dress Qoods,
Wiii'in Weather Fabrics.
Ladies Shirl Waists.
Ladies' I) & A Corsets,
Ladies' and Children's  Undcrvei
Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves,
Ladies' SilU and Alpaca Skirts.
Sailor Hals, Half Price,
ts.
Men's Underwear.
Men's Washington Ties.
Men's Negligee Sliirls.
.Men's Fancy Cambric Shirts.
Men's Black Sateen Shirts.
Men's Duck and Flannel SuiU
Mett's Straw I tats.
Men's I'antsatul Overalls.
Our Stock is Complete in House Furnisliings,
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THE VIOLENT STORMS  MAKE OUR
USUAL DESPATCHES IMPOSSIBLE.
Trees Have Hceu Kltiitu Down nil Over
ilie Country, - bi i-- iiiipoisiiiie to
ttcpnir   tlie   llm'  iu  rime   lur   Our
1  imi Mi.iiii.i Service.
The violent storm of yesterday has
ngain interrupted the telegrapbio Ber-
Vico of The Miner, and its readers
will lie disappointed in their usual
complement of news. The heavy rains
ami the boisterous wind combined te
break the connection between Nelson
nnd the main line of the 0, P. It., and
though at* one time it* was hoped that
everything oould be pul in working
order, yet it* was found impossible to
keep the line open during the night,
wilh the result that* this morning's
telegraphic news is scant indeed.
Subscribers may rest, assured that tomorrow all will he well, as the damage
done to the line is only temporary and
will he repaired during the day.
YUKON  TRAGEDIES.
How the Kev. M. Lyon Met His Death
nu   Luke  Bennett.
It is time that the police keep an
inventory of all boats going down the
lnke but, not until late in the year,
when the different inventories are
compared, will it be known how many
Imve met with disaster. Many iu
fact, occurred before the registry ollicers were established. One of these
accidents which hns never been chronicled happened well out on Ihe lake
above Togisll, A boat was found upside down and with nothing save a
dog to disclose the identity of the.
occupants. This was a black retriever.
Ho had been chained to the inside
of the boat* when the accident occurred.
Home few days before Mr. Partridge
left. Bennett Rev. M. Lyon, who is
well known here and in Vancouver,
met his death in company with one
whose name he could not recall. The
two in company with a young lawyer,
named Gwillian, had started down
Bennett* in a large boat and were towing a Peterboro canoe. They got as
far as Lako Lo Barge when the cimoo
which contained snmo paraphernalia
was  blown   broadcast on   to tho boat,
whieh was capsized. The occupants
managed to tow thr boat ashore, trailing behind them the sunken canoe.
Gwilliandotaohed it and the other men
righted ibe canoo and Btarted back to
recover Bomo of tie floating debris.
Before going far the canoe again
upset and the men were both drowned.
One of lhe bodies was found anil was
buried nt Lake Le Barge. Gwillian
returned in Lake Bennett on one of
the L, B. & K. N, i'o.'s steamers, and
reported the mailer to the mounted
police, leaving nil Lyon's effects iu
their charge and returning to the White
Horse rapids ou the company's
steamer Flora on Tuesday last,
PRINCESS  VIOTORIA ENGAGED.
Sixth    in    Succession   and   Engaged
to a Bunker.
A cablegram from Loudon the other
day says:
The probable engagement of Princess
Viotoria of Wales to John Baring,
Baron Revelstoke, is announced in the
newspapers. The almost formal character of Ihe anouncemeut, as well as
ils appearance in substantially lhe
same terms in many publications,
takes away all doubt- as to the truth of
lite report.. The formal betrothal
awaits only the approval of Queen
Viotoria.
That ihe hand of Victoria Alexandra
Olga Mary, sixth in line of succession
to llu- British crown, should Imve
been won hy a scion of a barony, III
years old, a son of nothing moro than
England's greatest banker, is a sensation which will thrill English society
from UOW until the wedding May ami
it I'l I'1'.
Princess Victoria is the second
daughter cf the Prince of   Wales and
was hum on July li, 1808. Between
her   and    the    Cl'OWn    are the   lives of
her delicate brother, the Duke of York,
and his two frail ehili'den ; her eldesl
sister, thi' Duchess of Fife and that
Duchess' two equally sickly infants,
and tho Duke of Fife is an old and
feeble man.
Lord Revelstoke is the second of that
title, his father, Kdward Charles
Baring, head of the lirm of Baring
Brothers & Company, having been
elevated to the peerage as Boron Revelstoke in 1886. 'Phe present Lord
Revelstoke succeeded to the title and
responsibilities tis lhe head of lite
Baring's banking house in 1807. He
is -1-1 years of age and therefore the
senior of the princess who is to be his
wife. His seat, is in Membland, near
Plymouth, Devon, and his town residence 87 Charles street, Berkeley
Square, Loudon, W.���Kossland Leader.
DBMCTHD MADRID.
WAR IS HOPELESS,  BUT SAGASTA
IS AFRAID OF SUING  FOR
PEACE.
IngiiHtn Sn.vs Pence is the Only Remedy.���
l'i im nl 4'iililui't Will Prolialily Have
lo Take uie itesiiiinsiiiiili.r or Proposing Peace*
London, July 18.���The Madrid correspondent of the Daily Mail says :
Senor Sagasta on being asked whether
a decision hnd been taken regarding
pence replied :
"No, but what remedy can there
be but to make peace. "
The   ministerialists   assert   that the
egulnr   army  in Cuba does not object
to   a conclusion of  peace, but that- the
:20,()0I)   volunteers   are   determined   to
couitune the light.
London, July 18.���The Madrid correspondent of fhe. Tunes says:
Tho ministers still meet in council.
The difficulties of rel irement aro oven
greater than the difficulties of remaining in office. The conservatives are
not prepared In accept* ollice, and it is
hard to imagine a liberal cabinet,
without tin undisputed literal leader.
Tin' logical conclusion is that Senor
Sagasta must accept the responsibility
of clodding whether or not to opon
peace negotiations.
Madrid, July 1,1, H P. M.��� After the
cabinet council, tlio ministers asserted
tliat Santiago de Cuba had again refused the American demand for a
surrender. The Duke Almodovar de,
Rio, minister of foreign affairs, said
that thero was nothing to justify the
reports regarding a conclusion of peace.
London, July 111. ���The Madrid correspondent of the Daily News says:
Orders have been received hy the
Seville garrison to hold itself in readiness to proceed to the defence of the
coast. It is believed lhat the garrison's destination is a camp near Gibraltar. The order is much commented
on. The American consuls at Gibraltar and Tangiers, it is said, bought
large quantities of coal and the American colliers are reported to he between
Cape . Spartol on the northwest coast
of Morocco and Cape Sf. Vincent.
thom off the face of the earth and took
possession of tho town.
It is not exactly known why Lord
Winsor attacked Santiago rather than
Havana, unless it was that he thought
it easier and richer. The English
were disappointed sorely to find thut
tho inhabitants, in leaving for other
parts, hud either hidden or taken till
valuables with them, so thero wasn't
enough plunder to go around. The
invaders, however, confiscated all
the silver church bells and tho guns
from tho fort, and as if just to shew
their spite, blow up Morro Castle and
destroyed tho cutderdral. The Morro
was rebuilt in 16(53, and remains to
this day���or rather till the other day
when Yankee guns once more battered
it. Philip I was king of Spain ut tho
time, and ho was angry thut the English should bo so rough with his hi -
longings. It always has been part of
tho Spanish nature to get angry about
little things and rave in helpless rage.
Iu 17(12 the English look Havana,
and Santiago for a while wus loft
out of consideration, but not* long. In
1700 along came an earthquake, wroek-
ng half the city and putting 100 people
out of tho misery of being Spanish
subjects. Since that time the town
has lived a pretty even existence up to
the prosont time. Looking backward
wo see that a full 100 yours elapsed
between the capture of Santiago and
tho capture of Havana.
SPANISH CABINET CRISIS.
SANTIAGO'S  CAPTURE IN 1602.
English] and  Americans   Under   Lord
Windsor Did tho Trick Effectively.
It was Diego Velasquez who founded
Santiago de Cuba in 1516, thus making it the oldest town on the island.
For a long time Santiago was tho capital and the headquarters of the various
murderous expeditions of the Spanish
against the mainland. Cortez made
if his rendezvous during his conquest
of Mexico. Do Soto started from
Santiago in 1528 on his first expedition
of exploration, By the middle of the
century the place hud grown to be
rich and important. There was all
kinds of wealth there, the accumulation
doubtless, of the plunder taken from
lhe defenceless A/tecs und the countless other victims of Spanish lust* and
avarice,
In 1558, 400 French landed in tho
harbor and didn't have much trouble
in capturing the city,not half so much
trouble tu Sampson aud Schley are
now having. This handful of French
held tlie town I ill ti runsoin of somo
$80,000 was paid. After this there were
frequent attacks by the numerous
bands of bucouuoers and pirates that
infested the seas at that time.
But the real attack, and the ono
that has chief interest for Americans
of today, was iu 1062, just 100 years
j before Havana was captured by the
Americans and English, when Lord
Winsor. wilh 15 vessels und less-and
1(100 men, English and American,
succeeded without much opposition in
effecting a landing at Aguatlores, tho
very same town where Sampson was
said to have lauded men to offoct a
junction with the insurgents of today.
These 1000 men walked all the way
from the sea to the city, and after a
little brush wiih the inefficient force
of Spanish sent to oppose them, wiped
No Ono but Marshal Campos Willing
to Accept the Vacant Premiership.
Madrid, July Hi. Via Bayonne,
France, July 18.���All tho Spanish
ministers have handed their resignations to tho premier, who has forward
ed them to the queen regent, but the
difficulty is that nobody is willing to
accopt the premiership. Marshal Martinez de Campos would accept it, but
he does not* command a majority iu
tho chamber of deputies. While the
military party urges war, a largo portion of tlie civil population is desirous
of peace. It is pointed nut, however,
that if the United States insist upon
the cession of Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands,the goneral feeling will
be in favor of a continuance of hostilities, many Spaniards believing the
situation in Cuba will enable Spain to
prolong tho struggle.
BLOCKADE RUNNER TAKEN.
She Was Loaded With All Kinds of
Provisions for the  Spaniards.
Key Wost, July 13, 5:30 P. M.��� The
British sloop Wary, anothor would-be
blockade runner, was captured on the
Sud inst., by the United States auxiliary cruiser St. Louis, and arrived
here today under a prize crow consisting of Port Officer F. G Albrocht and
two men.
Tho War}' is a 21 ton vessel and was
loaded with provisions of a miscellaneous character, including flour,rice,
cheese, lard, potatoes and beer.
ENGLISH   PRESS COMMENTS.
The   Times Blames   the United States
for Refusing   the Spanish Offer.
London, July 111.���Tho Times commenting editorially this morning upon
the gloomy outlook for Spain says:
"Unless the new cabinet is quiekly
formed the delay may easily issue in
confusion or eveu in disorder which
would indefinitely complicate the
whole problem."
The Times thinks the government
at Washington unwise to insist upon
the unconditional surrender of Santiago.    It says:
"Besides risking an unnecessary loss
of life, without appreciably furthering tlio conquest < Cuba, lhe United
States may si )U tind themselves in a
position of serious moral responsibility
for the starving population. "
I TOUCHING FAREffELL
THE CAPT AIS OF THE 0RIS10B0L
C0L0S TAKES LEAVE OF
HIS MEN-
AltkN Leave for   ll    llniiu-lil,'   Spreell.    I'm
iii-iii-eii Prtiouern in Turn.��� Kou^h
Olil Haiti In Team Mi-iitujiiii:; for n
Last iliuiii I Iiisp.
A groat deal has been said of the
way Spanish officers treat their men.
It has boen asserted that they aro
brutal, treating their men like dogs.
Tho following aooount (taken from
tho Spokesman-Review) of the way
Captain Diaz Moron of tho Cristobal
Colon took leave of his men at Portsmouth, N. H., shows that there are
somo exceptions at any rate to this
rule :
"One of the most touching incidents
of tho day was the farewell of Captain
E. Diaz Moron of the Colon. Ho took
off his crew just before ho wenc back
to the St. Louis. Few who saw him
walk down the line and affectionately
embrace oach seaman as if ho was
his son could refrain from tears.
When the muster had been completed,
Captain Morou turned to Colonel
Forney of the American marine corps
and asked permission to suy a fow
parting words to his meu. The request was readily granted, but Captain
Morou, insead of making u formal and
eloquent* address to tho line, walked
up to the man at* the head of it and
taking him warmly by the hand kissed
the grim sailor on tho cheek.
"When the men saw the action of
the commander, they wept as if Iheir
hearts would break, and us tho captain
walked dowu tho line, shaking eaoh
by tho hand and kissing oach sunburned cheek, each man threw his
arms around his commander's neck
and gavo him a most heurt.v   embrace,
"As Captain Merouo came to tho
Colon's marine guard, the captain's
orderly , in an outburst of grief,
sprang from the ranks and throw his
arms about his captain's neck like a
child.
"When finally the captain reached
the end of the long line he turned,
and in a voice shaking with emotion,
said a few words of farewell to tho
crew as a whole. As he finished tho
half crazed men surrounded him,
grasping his arms and legs and trying
for one last embrace,"
THE  PENNY   POST.
Will Be Adopted Throughout tho
Empire, Except   India aud Australia.
London, July 111.���Tho Duke of Nor.
folk, postmaster general, announces
that, as an outcome of the imperial conference on postal rates, it has boon
decided to adopt the proposal of tho
Canadian representatives for a lottor
postal rate of one penny per half
ounce for the United Kingdom,
Canada, Newfoundand, Cape Colony
und Natal.
Tho date for initiating the new
rate has not yet been fixed.
SHELLS   FOR THE FLEET.
{The    Cruiser    Yankee    Sails    With
Supplies  of   Ammunition.
New   York, July lil.���The auxiliary
I cruiser Yankee sailed  from Tompkins-
ville at !l :58 o'clock this afternoon.  Slid
is  loaded   with j powder, ammunition
and   coal.      Besides   almost   a   double
supply   for her own guns, the Yankee
curries a large quantity of powder and
shells   for   the  big guns of tho battle-
I .,1.:....
WAS  WITH   BUFFALO BILL.
One of  tho Co-Respondents in a London   Divorce Case.
London, July 111.���In the divorce
dvision of the high court of justice
today, the suit of the Hon. D'Arey
Lambton, a brother of the Earl of Dunham, against* his wife, formorly Miss
Florence Ethel Sproule of New South
Wales, developed the fact that one of
the co-respondents is a Mexican named
Pedro, who was a member of Buffalo
Bill's Wild Wost Show in 18!)'.'.
NEW SPANISH LOAN.
Madrid, July bl, Via Bayonne,
France, July 18.���The government
issued today a loan of iJ00,0OO,()OO
pesetas in treasury bonds at 5 per cont,
if which amount the Bank of Spain
takes 1100,1100,000 pesetas.
ESTERHAZY  ARRESTED.
Paris, July 18, ��� Major Comto Ferdinand Wulsin Esterhazy, the alleged
author of the bordereau in the Dreyfus
ease, has been arrest ed. Madam Pays,
his mistress, has also been placed under
arrest. THE MINER, THURSDAY, JULY  14,  1898
%.\t JKiiter.
Published Dally except Mondny,
Tun MiNnn  I'iu.MiMi & PuBUSinso Oo
LIMITED I.lAllil.lTV.
supplied.    Surely   tho  Canadian Press j
1 is rich   and powerful enough  to  orga-
: nize   au   Associated Press of   its own,
whereby  full   Canadian news may be
obtained and foreign intelligence  mny j
joome   in   such   u   guise   tta   to allow |
Canadian  readers   to form an opinion
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t ion, bul us eviiK-m-e of good faith. ! Canadian subscribers to  tho Amerioan
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NELSON. EJ, C.
is   too extensive   and entails too much
expense to be solved by any ono paper.
TO ai>vi(misi:i:s.
< np\ Cor Changes ol' Ailvi'i-lisi-nieiil must
lie In llie Olllee liy 4 o'clncK p.m. In
Insure cltnnse,
OUR CITY.
The growth of our cily hits teen so
steady, persistent and devoid of unhealthy excitement that many hardly
realize what strides have beon actually
been taken in the last few years, and
are apt to accopl everything as a matter of course. If is uoi SO very long
ago that Nelson was a tangled muss of
trees and undergrowth, tml thut the
forests which now clothe the sides of
the surrounding hills came down to
the water's edge. What a contrast
now! Orowde streets lined on either
side with attractive looking stores,
imposing business blocks whoso upper
stories are replete with busy offices,
while on the upper streets and dotted
ahout the outskirts of the city are
hundreds of comfortable and spacious
honies.
Nearly all the devices known lo
modern cities for promoting tho comfort of their citizens are hore. An
electric light plant, albeit obtained at
a heavy cost, a complete system of
waterworks, extensive railway connections and tin clllcient lire brigade. One
thing was lacking to complete all the
amiliar elements of a busy metropolis,
and it i.s now proposed to supply this
last want.
Readers   of   The   Miner   will   have
observed   in   our last issue an account
of an   application to   ihe city council
for an electric street railway franchise.
The   application   was   made  by 0. S.
Drummond on behalf of a well known
English   compnny   called   the British
Electric   Traction   company,   of Don-
nington   House,   Temple, London,   E.
C.     The city council very properly re-
p ied that a franchise would be granted
as  soon  ns   terms   were   agreed upon
and that no unusual restrictions would
be imposed.    The. faot that an English
company of standing and repute should
end   ti   representative  tn   Nelson   to
htuin   a franchise of   Ihis kind is the
most   eloquent   tribute   that   could be
obtained   to the standing of Nelson in
the estimation  of well informed persons, and  to the confidence they  have
in its future expansion and prosperity,
It  is   possible   that a  street   railway
blight   not   pay   working   expenses tit
this actual moment, though  this itself
Is improbable.    There   is, however, no
doubt in view of  the steady growth of
the city, that by the time the preliminaries  are   settled   and    the line   constructed   and   in   going order,   that  a
good   working   income   should   be    ai
once secured, while   there is  no doubt*
Of it   being later on  a very paying investment.
Our Arctic Soda Fountain
Is the centre of attraction these hot days.
0<*      Try our Ice Cream Sodas, Made
with Hazelwood Ice Cream
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
DRUGS AND ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES.
���BH^BBBIBBBBHIB
From time immemorial people havo
tried to juggle with unpleasant, facts,
and the results arc sometimes ludicrous, but the efforts of the Colonist
in this respect almost reach tho pathetic. Notwithstanding the undoubted fact that the opposition has
already a clear majority of two, and
that there are only the two Cassiar
constituencies to hear from, ihe Colonist still tries to blind its.'lf to facts,
and says in its Tuesday morning issue,
"under the circumstances there is
every reason to believe timl when Premier Turner meets llie house with a
wisely framed policy ho will bo sure
of commanding a very substantial majority. " The perspicacity of the government organ is about on a par with
that of the government whose cause
it advocates, ttnd were it not that
it implied a certain sense of humor,
we might be tempted to believe that*
a covert sarcasm was intended. Tho
chances of Premier Turner meeting
(his or any other house, "wilh a wisely
framed policy" seem as shadowy and
remote us his "very substantial majority.''
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
530
Official Directory.
DOMINION DIRECTORY,
Uovernor-Uouornl - Karl ot Abordcou
frontier - - Sir Wilfrid Lnui'lcr
Mombor Houso uf Common?, Dominion Pnrlln-
ment, WostKoolonny        Hewitt linstoclj
PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY,
Lieut..Governor - Hon T11 Mclnnes
Prornlci - - Hon J II Turner
Attorney-General        - HonDMEbertjf
Com of hands and Works Hon (I B IVMrlin
Minister Mines and Education Hon Jus Raker
President Executive Council Hon (' E Pooley
Members Legislative Assembly tor West Kootenny North Riding J M Kollie
South [tiding                 - .1 F Humo
LOOAL   FISHERMEN.
Pishing is a favorite pursuit of
Nolsouians during their leisure hours,
mul consequently there is a by no
means contemptible crop of local fish
stories. There is for instance, a well
known local legal luminary, reputed
an export at the piscatory art, who
is said by his friends to invariably
assert that lie bus captured 28 lish,
neither more nor less. Again, not long
ago three gentlemen, two of them
prominently connected with the Hall
mines' smelter, went up to Cottonwood lake and (here spent the whole
of a rainy SuntWy patiently angling.
On tlieir return they informed their
numerous acquaintances that they
hud caught it) trout, but they were
seen by no oue nor eould the cache
where the captives wero deposited ne
discovered. The most, exhaustive
investigations of various anxious
seekers after truth failed to reveal the
ultimate fate of these unhappy tish.
One of the gentlemen just referred to
went fishing again tho other day in
tlie company of a friend. On his return he announced the capture of no
less than (15 fish. No oue expressed
any surprise at the announcement, ho,
feeling encouraged, he proceeded to
relate his other experiences. It transpired that while fishing down the
lake he hooked a sucker about* nine
inches long. He was about to haul it
in when suddenly an immense fish
appeared and seized the sucker. Thc
fish was a char over two feet long,
and after a prolonged struggle it was
drugged into shallow water, when tho
line most unfortunately broke. The
sportsman now complains of the cold
incredulity of his friends.
WE WOULD LIKE
In some way, to Induce every man, woman and
lild in the country who huys- in Nelson to come and inspect our
stock and prices. Wc would have you do this for we are sure
that you would become our customer and friend. Wc have ihe
largest and best selected stock of Groceries in the city. The
famous products of ovcry country in our line arc represented on
our shelves.
NELSON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor - - John Houston
Aldermen-Chas Hillyer, W V Toel/.el, J A
Gilker, J J Malone, K P Whulley. Thos Madden.
Cily Clerk
Pollco Magistrate
Chief otPolioe
Chief ol Fire Dopartmonl
Auditor
Wiiier Commissioner
Health Officer
(.'ity Engineer
City oounoil meets evory Monday, 3 p.m., ut
city hull, cor Viotoria und Josephine st*
J IC Strachan
E A Crease
A  F McKinnon
W J Thompson
John Hamilton
T Jl Ward
111'. I.alliiil
A. L. M'Culloch
SCHOOL TRUSTEES,
Ilr. 15 0 Arthur, lir. (i A 11 Hall, (ico John*
him'.   Principal���J It Groen,
SOUTH KOOTENAY HOARD  OF TRADE.
Prosldont J Roderick Robertson.
Vice President. James Lawrence.
Socy-Trens. John A Turner.
KOOTKNAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL
President John A, Turner
Vico-Pras, VV, A. Jowett,
Seei'otuij Ii. MoArtbur
Treas. A 11 Clements
Medical Snpl,. . Dr, G. A li Hull
EVERYTHING   FIRST CLASS.���Never behind the times.    No retrograding I' "'"
here.       Our   1 nisi ness   is run to serve ils patrons In their best interests, I 8.00 p.m
as well  us our own. and you cau always depend upon our besl service
being afforded vou.
The fairness of one juices throughout our entire line at all times shows our
grasp upon the market.     CAN'T 15!*: BEAT AT ALL;   THAT'S ALL
M. Des Brisay & Co0, Nelson.
GROCERS AND FROVI?IO.N MERCHANTS.
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8.31
1.00 P.1
I 8.00 p.i
NELSON POSTOFFICE
*    PETER GENELLE &   CO.
: : NELSON BRANCH : :
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We are prepared to furnish kiln dried lumber at regular
prices nnd carry Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Ceiling, Turned Work and Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath, Sash and Doors. Estimates
Cheerfully given.
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OFFICE AND YARD C.  P.  R.  STATION.    .    .    .
A.    E.    YOUNG,   AGENT.
i'ni;- dsiiiiis,Ontario,Que
bocand Kftfltcrn  Provincei
Points nn X. & V. S. lino
Victoria and Holland.
Sew  Ucnvor, Sandon ami   2,30p.m,
Slocan Luke Points.
Kaslo and Kootenny Lakel 7A5a.m.
Polnta
JIloNnland, Trail,   NaktiKp,| 7,00a.m.
St'ili on. points on main Iim I
'.  r.  II.,   Vancouver audi
VVtnnipnR [.
Duo
5.16 p.m.
$uct������tc�����,��i'��-?c** ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS
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THE
MINER
PROTOCOL APPROVED.
Linuis, Peru, Via Galveston, Texas,
July 18.���The Peruvian oongress in
secret session today approved the
protocol between Chili and Peru by a
vote of 116 against 21.
The question of a Canadian Associated Tress is again being agitated in
the papers,and it is a pity Hiatus time
goes by uo definite steps are being
taken to put the news supply for Canadian papers oil a national basis,instead
of having to depend on foreign sources
of supply. As ihe Rossland Miner
justly remarks,all the Canadian papers
who have any regular telegraphic
service are dependant on tlie Amerioan
Associated Press, with the result Unit
all the news is colored to suit American taste, tind is moreover frequently
of that sensational nature which, however dear t'i our friends across
the line, is Lot equally well liked
by Canadians. Another serious complaint against the present service is
that its Canadian news is meagre and
scrappy, and Canadians naturally
complain thtit* news of the kind that
interests   them   most   is but partially
A TRAINED SERVANT.
It is said that the native servants
in Hawaii used to call their mistresses by their first names. An English woman of strong will determined
on her arrival in Honolulu that her
sei .rants should never call her Mary,
tine day when she had visitors her
cook pul his head in at tlie drawing
room door and politely inquired:
"What vegetables for dinner today,
my love?" He had heard her called
Unit, and seemed proud of remembering not to say Mary,
The Paper of the People.
FOR RENT.
Furnished cottage to rent���Airy
5-roomed cottage in nice locality,
completely furnished.
THORPE & CO., LTD.
I'ttlll'l.-'MIIMI,   elicits.
Lit.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,   NO-
���   tary Public, Slocun Cily. 1st
MI,. GRIMMETT, LL. n., BARRISTER,
.   .Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc., Sandon
H- Cl. (4iH)
DPS, HALL  &, HAWKEY, PHYSICIANS
uiul Surgeons,   Ollice,  linker St., corner
Ward St.. Nelson ii. c.   Telephone 7ii.  isis
AH. HOLDIOH. ASSAY'iU AND ANA-
.   lyttoal Chemist,    Victoria  s' reot, Nol-
t-oii, II.C. 701
EM. SANDILANDS, GENERAL AGKNT
���   Firo  Insiirniico  nml  Mining Broker,
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The Largest Circulation.
liest Advertising Medium.
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When requiring thoroughly seasoned
timber should apply to
The Nelson Planing Mill
T. W. GRAY.
In stock,l,tl0(��,000ft.of Flooring.Lining
Mouldings, Doors, Sashes and
every description of Joinery,
si i:i:i.\   oooits   AMI    WINDOWS   MAUI!
io Oltlll it
avviovt nouns.
Lobby oponod from 7a.m. to 10 p.m.; Gonoral
Ilollvery,8 iun. ui 8 p.m.;  Registration, 8.3(>
ii. tii- to 7 p.m.j Monoy Orders and Savings Hunk
Un.in. io l p.m.; Sunday 1 hour (10 toll a.m).
J. a. GILKER, Postmaster.
DISTRICT DIRECTORY.
Govornmonl Inspector of Agonolos VV J Goopol
Gold Commissioner - O. G. Dennis
Mining ItiTiirilcr-Tiix Col
Collector of Customs
Provincial Assessor
County Court Judge
Registrar
Inspector of Schools
(I. G.
lt K Tolmie
Geo. Johnstone
John Keen,
.1 A Forin
E T II Slmpkins
William Hums
PROVINCIAL JAIL DIRECTORY.
Wardon Capt. N Fitzstubbs.
First Jailor - ��� RLIddoll.
Second Jailer deo Partridge
Third Jailor . John MoUrcn
Senior Guard R Inoc,
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SEASONABLE
QOODS^^
Wall Papers,
Fishing Tackle,
Garden & Flower Seeds.
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LACROSSE,
BASEBALL,
and TENNIS GOODS.
CANADA DIG & BOOK CO.
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LIMITED
REISTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Deer and Porter.
Drop  in   and  see    us.
NELSON,
B. C.
Purchase
Your Tobaccos���*��
��� AT THE ���
Post Office
��te���.Cigar Store
Where   you  will   alwajs  lind  a well
assorted  stock of  Imported   and
Domestic Cigars, Cigarettes Tobaccos and a full stock of
Pipes at reasonable
Prices.
S. J. MIGHTON. "1!"
MILLINERY.
I will sell at cost for the balance of the season till (rimmed
millinery, children's hats and
bonnets, sailors and shirt waists.
MRS. M'LAUGHLIN
Josephine st., Nelson.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
CiIUltCH OF KNOLAND-Mntin 11 n.m.; Kven
Souk. ::mi p.m. every Sunday. Holy Communion on 1st nml 3rd Sundays in Ibe iiionlh nfter
Junius; on 2ml nml uii Sundays, at 8 n tn
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Uev. Ii. s. Ako-
burst. Rector.   Cor Ward anil Silica strecls
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- -Services nt u ii.in
nml 7.."n p.in. Siimliiy School nt 2.30 p tn.
Prayor mooting Thursday ovoning hi, 8 p.m.-
Christian Endeavor Society meets every Monday ovening nt 8 o'clock. Rev. I! Frew
Pastor.
Methodist    CnunoH- Corner Silica  and
Josephine Streets. SorvIc.es at 11 n.m. nnd 7 'M
p. in. ; Sabbath Scliool, 2.80p.m.; Prayer meet*.
ini,'on Friday ovening at 8 o'clock; Kpworth
Longuo c, I*;., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Itev. tleo. 11
Moraon, Pest or.
Roman Catholic Cnuitcn���Mass nt Xelson
overy Sunday at Hand 10.30 n.ni.; BonodlcUon
lit 7.30 to8p.m.    Hev. Father Ferland, Priest
JUiTisT Cni'itcii - Services morning and
ovonlng at 11a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayor moot-
Ing Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.s Mooting*
are held in tlm scliool house. Strangers oordlally welcomed.   Rov.G. It. Welch, Pastor
Salvation Army���Servioes every evening
at 8 o'clock in barraoks on Viotoria sireot.
Ailiutniii Mlllner In charge
LODGE MEETINGS.
NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. & A.
M. meotu second Wednesday ln each
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
O. L. Lknnox. Secretary.
1-  0, O.   F.     Ivoolomiy Lodge
No. lli, meets every Mondny nigbl,
at   Ihelr   Mall,   Kootenny street.
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.
WM. HODSON, Secretary.
NELSON    LODGE   No. 2.1, K, of   P.,
/���t/j-Aiyncets in Cnslle hall,  MoDonald block
���every  Tuosday  evening  at 8 o'clock,
/All visit nn; knights cordially Invited,
J, ,i. Malone, o.O.
(820) Geo, Partridge, k. of it. and S,
NELSON   LODGE,   I. O. (J. T.      Meets in
Cnstlo Hall,  MoDonald  Blook, every Mondny
evening al 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars cordially invited. John Tki.u'oiiii,
Chief Templar,
tleorgo Nunn    Sec'y
NELSONS QUEEN NO. 2*11
SONS OF KNGLAND, moet*
second nnd fourth Wednesday of
f       1
CAP III secynu unii tourtii Wednesday -.
| SUE-1|| each monlh at IC. of P. Hall. Mac-
li Jl   Donald lllock,   cor. Vernon   and
i^=gy   Josephine streets.   Visiting breth-
rn oordlally invited.        ERNEST King,
Chas. IL Farrow, Worthy President
Secretary,
COURT KOOTKNAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 meets
1st and 8rd Wednesday in each month in tho
K of P Hall. F W Swanell, C. D. S. C. R.; J K
Green, CR.: J. Purities, Secy.
NBLSONLODGE.NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meell
every Thursday in the I.O.O. F. hall. F W
Swanell, M.W.: W Hodson, Reo.-Sec; J. J.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Receiver and
P, M. W.
NELSON L.O.L, No. 101)2 meets In tho Mc
Donald block every Thursday evening at 8
00100k. VWting members cordially liiTited,
John '1 oye, W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.S. THE   MINER, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 189&
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS
EVENTS   OF   IHTEEEBT   IN   AND
ABOUND NELSON.
NELSON CAFE. CANADIAN
PACIFIC
lliii-l'    Mention    nl'    ICnpi'i*iiln;>   Iii   llie
.MMsiiici During Ibe Piwl
l*'i"*v Huys.
A brnsB hniiil is being organized
ut Trail.
0, E. SI01111 und E, V. MeUune of
Sandon nre at the Phair.
Mr. und Mrs. Frank A, Heap of
Ainsworth are at the Queens.
W. Wilson, of the provincial police
at Kuskonook, is at the Queens.
E. SI. Mathews, manager of Braden
Bros, at Pilot- Hay, is in the eity.
E. E. Phair returned last niglil from
a visit to the* Halcyon Hnl Springs,
W. A. Jowett went* to Bossland on
lust night's train and will return
tonight,
H. M. Hume, manager of ('. P.
Hume & Oo. 's business at Kevelstoke,
is in the city.
Servant Girl Wauled���For general
housework. Apply to Mrs. Neelands,
Carbonate street.
H. 0. Bellinger and party from
Northport returned last uighi from a
few days' trip through the Slocan,
Willini Ketty of Kossland hns been
appointed customs collector ,ii the
newly createdontport of Worduer.B.C
\V. Wilgrass, paymaster of th" *'.
P. R., is in the city gladdoning tho
hearts of the cinployosof ibe company.
Xew regulations for grazing lands
in the railway belt of British Columbia have been adopted by anorder-iu-
council.
J.Ij. Lawrence, Nakusp; (1. W. Leslie, Vancouver; F. E. Morrison, New
Westminster; A. H. McDonald, Toronto, are ut the Hume.
Mr. and Mrs. William Braden ol
Helena. Mon;., ureal ihe Phair. Jlr.
Braden will spend the next few weeks
examining mining properties in this
district.
E. Applewhaite has retired from lhe
linn of Applewhaite, .Sherwood & Co.,
insurance agents, etc., and the business will he continued by Arthur B,
Sherwood.
Alex Smith, the organizer for lhe
Liberal party in Ontario, has left
Toronto fur tm extended visit to British
Columbia and will likely visit 'Nelson
on his trip.
E. E. Phair. the popular host of Ihe
Phair hotel, has accepted tho managership of the Halcyon Hot Springs,which
was recently acquired by the British
America Corporation,
V, HOftll, Preprkts-r,
Tfic Best Meals In tne City
from 25 cents up.
Tables   supplied   with    all
the dolicicies of tlie season
OPEN ALL NIGHT
F.XPERIENCKD WAITRESSES
"Babcock" Fire Extinoui&hers,
REDUCED PniCES.
RAILWAY
am)   SCO- I'AClt'lC
The lands and works department"ore
calling for tenders for the additions ,
nnd alterations to be made to the
Nelson public school building nnd to j
the Nelson court house. In the former i
cnno the tenders nro to ho in by Satiu<< j
dny, .Tnl.v Hi, .md the time tor Uio i
latter has been extended tm til Monday, ���
July in.
The  violent wind storm   of Sunday
afternoon appoars to have been general'
ovor   lhe Kootenay.     It was especially j
severe   on   Slbctin   hike   and   at New
Denver.    Trees were blown out l.y the I
roots,    fences were scattered about the t
townsite   and   several narrow   escapes t
are   reported.     The   greatest  damage
wns done in the destruction of window I
lights.
As will he rien by ti notice in
anothor column signed by the oity
clerk, a public meeting of the citizens
of Nelson will lie held in the Fire
hull on Mondav evening, .luly IS, to
arrange for n flttng reception to their
Excellencies, Lord and Lady Aberdeen,
who will visit Nelson on July 20 and
21.
The rainstorm of yesterday was  ono j e QAL- alZE *3��' 3 gal. 8iz�� $io. j     Daily to St. Paul,
of tho worst, in the history of the oity.        Including Supply ef Olioniloftl Charge* Daily (except   Mondav)   to I'ltst-
For  about half an honr the rain came with each,
down   in   torrents, filling   the gutters I Dolivorod F. 0. B.at Portland, Ore.
and  causing considerable  damage to
THE DIRECT and SUPERIOR SERVICE ROUTE
To all Eastern and European
Points.
To Pacific Coast and Transpacific Points.
To the Rich ancl active Mining-
Districts ol" Klondike and the
Yukon.
New Tourist Car Service
THK   SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN   MAPF,   IT
THE SHORTEST
TIUVSil.VnNBT'l,     HIHH
II N ihe >>"sl  MiKlini |u ili|nl|iii.,'ii|.
It in IbD lll'lltlim KhIIi-iI  l,|i||,.
II  Illl- n  Itcicl. Il.lll.f.1   UiiiiiiIm-.|.
li -Trussi-*. \.�� -,,���,, Ur... rl*.
II  I*-   lilt-   Olll)   I,Ihi-    Itiiillitnu    l.'i-* urliiM*.
I'luli   Itn.'iii I ,ir>-.
ii in ftnu<ii im iii*. I'linr-t-t'*) *tIt*, t-.uivit,-...
II I- il"  (Iiii)   line sen lug   tti'ulx  an ,'. ���
9    In   < .ii-li"    Pill".
goods in the cellars of business houses in
tho city, It had the effect, however,
of cooling the air after the extreme
heat of the past few days.
A   gentleman  who   arrived   in   the
city   lust night from tlio   new town of
'lhe Babcock is thc recognized
standard, universally used in the
Fire Department service. Each
tested to 300 pounds per inch;
working- pressure   100   pounds   per
Brooklyn   states   that there are at pre-   inch.     Thc Babcock has   stood   the
sent   about*   a*    thousand   men   there.    test of tinl0i     pul] |ine of Fire   A
There   is   uo postomce bul the mail is ,   ,-, .   o      ,.
kept   in   a   soap box outside the News \ ParatUS and   Department   Supplies.
oflice.    Each man is his own postmas- .    .-���   . Qivif.
ter and sorts over (he letters looking
for mail for himself. The letters to be
mailed are left on the desk in the
News ollice and taken aboard the
steamer.
MINING    fRANSFERS.
Whore no consi leratlon  is namod in trannferH
llm nominal sum of ji  is to be understood.
July -I���
M. S. ('., Houlton and Princess No.
1 ���('. It. Merriom to L, 1!. Mcrriam.
July 6���
Oolumbiti���James Kelly to Dan Angus, }{.
Little Nip���James Graham to T. P,
(larrison tind Phil Aspinwall, ~;1, tjlllll.
Graham View. Warspite, Jumbo and
Champion���.lohn A. McLeroaii io Norman Stewart, ',.
B Greenwitch���0,   P.  Leavenworth to
J. P. Sliultz.
July 8���
Wren Planet, Cornet Little, George
and George II���J ('. Dunlap nnd H.
W.   Gibson   to   ihe    Duncan    Mines,
Hinted,  1,.
Calniet, Eocket, Cuthorine, Custer,
Alice Roniaucc,Condor, Grnuito, Blue
Grouse, Swan, Tttmarao fraction,
Royal Canadian, Nevada and Oolorado
���T. ,1. Duncan lo ibe 1 utictin Mines,
limited.
July n���
Golden Ch-.iin���D.  .1. Walsh to .1   J.
Dr.   Spencer of Brandon, one of the j    Blye���Frederick   S.   Algiers   to   C.
I71 4th St. Portland, Ore.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
best known physicians in Manitoba,111.d
who was also well known to nitiny resi
dents of Nelson,died suddenly of heart
disease on Saturday last.
The tenders for the widening of the
Columbia and Western railway between Trail and Rossland are in the
hands of Superintendent (lutelius and
it is expected that work on Ihe contract will begin in about ten days.
Mrs. Allan II. JSinns, 500 Adelaide
street, has none for a three months
visit to her sisters,Mrs. H.M, Vincent,
and Miss Margaret Barry of Nelson,
B, 0. She will also spend some lime
with relatives and friends in Winnipeg. ���London Advertiser.
The great success of lhe Doves and
Ravens entertainment recently given
in aid of the English church building
fund, was almost entirely due to lhe
indefatigable efforts of Mrs. Goepel,
whose interest in till maters connected
with the English church is well
known.
10. Wynn Johnston, ! {.
Little   Leo���ll.    Reistorer   lo David
Lnsk, '*...
TUB   MDMA'   (UPSON.
R. H, Pope, M. P. for Compton,
Quebec a son of lhe late Hon. ,1. H.
Pope, minister for railways in Sir
John's cabinet, turived this morning
fnnn his trip lo British Ooumbia,
where he went to inspect his mining
properties there. This morning a
Free Press reporter saw Jlr. Pope and
found him enthusiastic over lhe prospects in the Paciiic province. He is
here for the purpose of organizing
together wiih Colonel Ray, Stewart
Tupper, W, .1. Christie, .1. H. Brock,
T. Kelly and D. B. Sprague, a company
to work (he Molly Gibson mines.���
Winnipeg Free Press.
Soalod tenders will in- rcctovotl up to July 20,
1808, iiililiTSM'ilioilu'ltnli! Gommlsiiancr, Nelson,; for tlu: construe!ton of u Nt'Kon road.
Sootion I - Erio to Craliftown.
A mail-:,!-! iihcqnc itmnmtthii-t to 10 pm- mmt
ofthe .'iini'iint ni Uio IoihI.-i* lo noconipiiiiy
ench lender, olherwU'- ii will not, bo rccloven,
Spi ci-i'ation-iii tin- (lovi-i-oiiH'iii, j-nptlnoor's
oflli-c. Ni'l'im. nml ni thnl'nxl tlflico, KrTo.
Tin' lowest ur any tinnier not, necessarily ac-
copied.
O. O. DENNIS
Cnl.1 Commissioner,
portion i    Cniifrio'.vn tol.'elicf Mine,tenders
lo In; llililt-oss,',! |o It.   K.    .\i,'l,     N'o'son,    or   at
ollli'i; of Finch & Ciimpbiill. Spokane. Wash.
^IXz'tigJi&yW&i
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
NKLSON COURT HOUS ft ADDITION.
Tho timo for receiving tenders fnr the Ad-
d I tinn to llii' Nclaon Courl House is extended
nnlil Monday, 18 July, iss)8. owing to iho poai*
tion of tho vault for in a I*nncl lir^istry Oflice
boinq changed and enlarged.
All lenders now in Government Ollice will
be cancoJlod.
O. G. DENNIS,
Assistant Commiet-iouer Lund*and Works.
ern Canadian and U.S.  I'oiuts.
Tickets  issued through ant! Hay-
yage checked to destination.
DAILY TEA IN.
To R os bin ml and  Main   rain1 |��oiniH
6.40p ni.-l.eim:��� NELSON- Arch . s- 0 Hlip.iii
KotMi'Miv l.uKf-kiiolo Ito ult1.
S'llt.   KuKANKK
ICxcopt Siin.liiy. Kxct-pl ^u  day,
4   p.m.���\AMiV-tw���NKLSON���Arri\ t*-- il   it.in
Ctlllllixat wny ports in both direct imi .
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&MNDEST      rC'ENEBY
IN \ii .ii1' i ill' 'iiiI'i'ii.
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l.nntl'nif oi'llli-fc lit wny portn nml innkes olosu I
iiiIiim oli'iii- in  I'iloi   Huy wlili tflUHiucr Ko �����   ^oulli I
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(Sundiiys  Kxcepteil)
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COLUMBIA & WESTERN RT.
Schedule
EKFECTIVR   MONDAY NOV,   22.   1897
WESTBOUND
P.M.    I'.M.    P.M,
N'o. ,1 No. 1*1 No. I
KAHTHOUND
P.M,    I'M.    P.M,
No. 2 No. 4 No.
VVK HAVE
JUST RECEIVED
a lot of
HARRY LINDEY COMPANY.
The NoIhou firo rtoptirlmeiil are to be
ooiigratulatecl on tho till round success
in' thi' riiti'i'ttiiiiiiii'iit givou under thoir
auspices by tho Hurry Lindley mtn-
pany, The audience wus a largo and
I refilled one despite tho rain and showed
j knoll appreciation of Sydney Qruudy's
'minor iii Aii Arabian Night.     Harry
I _ _ f ._ Q Limlli'v  appeared   to  great; adyautage
PP(   rP^m rPPP7PP5s �� i]-' �����*-������ ^��� Humming.
luuviuauii i UUZ.UI o     Migs 01ara Math0B WM mol,,
which no well appointed
home should bc without
during' the warm weather.
We have also constantly
on hand a full line of .  .
Plumber's Supplies,
Steam Fittings,
and Hardware
of every description
which we are offer-
ingat very low prices.
S:4S OlOO..ROBSON..,8:011 2:30
5.H0    2:00    10:110...TRAIL....7HJ0  l'.':"i.i    1:1,1
3:13     11:15.HOSSLAND.0-00  12:00 m.
No's, l and 2 connect with C. P. H. main lino
Bteamors, tind trains to uud from Nelson ut
Itobson,
No's, ,'i anil 4 aro local trains between Trail
and ltossliiiul.
No's. 5 ami (I aro local I rains botwoon Trail
uud ltolison    No, li conncols  Willi train No.
from Hosslaml.
All trains dully.
V   I', Ct'TKI.H'S. (Jen. Supt.
i|i.
amusing even ihan usual as the Oirous
Girl,   playing   tho part with ohic and I Leavo ll:00a. ni.  Sat don     Arrive 11:45 n.m
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY
TIME   CARD   NO. I
Goinii W'KK'r. Daily GOING KAST,
l.i'uvi' s.ihi a. iii.   Kuslo Arrive ft.50 p.m.
"    s.:wi a. in.  Souiii Pork      "     S.lffp.in.
0,1*10 ii. iii.   Siiroulo's             '' 2.15 p.m.
11.51 a, m.    VVIlltOWalor      " 2.00I1.IO.
"     Kl.li.la. m.    lirar Lako         " 1.48 p.m.
"    10.18a. in.   Mi'lliii'.'nn         " 1,83 |i n .
"     10.38 ii. in. ('oily, liim-l ion   " 1.12p.m.
Aro.   10.50 n. ui.   Sainton         Leave 1.on p.m.
CODY LINK,
handling a difficult oharaoter with
much skill mnl delluaoy, Miss Lnella
Book gave nn amusing portrayal of a
mother-in-law and l\liss Ntithol looked
nd acted  well.    John Lewis played
Arrive 11:20 "       Cody
Leavo  11:1
ROBT. IHV1NG,       GEO. 1'". (*01'KI,\NI>.
2I.4I li. !���'. & I'. \ Sillii'i'lo'.-iiili'iii
ATLANTIC
AhOEBTAIN  l'ltl''��ENT
Reduced Rates East
ami full i.-.l'onniitiou by addressing nearest
Incnl njcenl, or OKO. S. UEKK, City Ticket
Aguul, Nelson,
\V, I-'. AND KHSON, K. J. (JOYLK,
Truv. I'ass. Agent,     Hist, l'ass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver.
Write for Klondike folder and Map.
Spokane  Falls &
Northern R'y.
Me 180 n   &.   Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
����  ^. liilrriiiilliimil,   North b'nd.
Wli ItiiMd lip
Train n> I.i ii |i.iii. s.-inrt.in li.Jii'.iu. T'liinAr
������   Ar   : Iff    ���     I-'ii.-!'-     I- in   ������       "    |,v
lloul. lei   ,i:ii'ii.m.  Knslii    K.:;0|i,m. lloai Ar
i. m   " AhiMnii'lli V.;*.ii	
'���     r nu   -  Pilot liny  ii.15	
.i::n   "    lliillour   (i.m	
������     A i-    il. in   " 5 Jlilu l't.  5.25    '	
���'     7.15    "     Nelson     4 15     " "    Lv
Train "   'u.n5 i' in. N'lbpnrt 1.55    " Train   "
"     "   1I.2U   " UiisKlunrt I2.H5 n.in.   -
;|. il   "  SiH'kune   8.30   "      "
Slil'ilon*Kaslo  train ilully.   Hoat unit   Spokane Iriiln ilail) -xeopt Sunday.
s. s. .tllierlit.
Train l,\- '."ft p.m. Siulon 10,50 a.m. Train Ar
'���    \r  :i.|5   "    Kaslo    8,00  "       "    l.v
ItO'tli.  MM   "     Kaslo     i.im   -      HoatAr
ii.-.'ii  "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.    "
���     7.110   " Pilot Bnv li.uo   '        "      "
������   10.0(1   "  Kuski-n'k 8.011	
"     "   12,00 m. Goal ItlVHrO.OO	
1.00a.in. lloiindiiryri.liO	
"Ar      8.00  " B'rs Kerry 2.00   "       "     l.v
Train I v 11.40   "   H'rs l-'eny  1.1.',   "     Train.-.r
"   Ar  2.45 p.m. .-poknlie 7. ,011.111.     "      I v
Sandon-Kaslo train dally.    Honl leaves K'uslu
for  above   points   Tuosdiij-H  and    Sat'inlajs.
Iteturiiing on Wediiesriuyri and iSuuiluyii.
The only all rail route without ohang'e
of oars between Nelson and Eos.ilniid and
Spokane and Kossland.
(Daily Exoept Sunday)
Leave 6.20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-35 p.m
"    12:05 "   EOSSL'D    "   11:20   "
"    8-30am. SPOKANE   "    310 p.m.
Twin Unit leuvi'H Nelsnti nt 6:20 n.in
u uki"s eliise oiuiiiieliiiiiH ut Spnknnf fnr
Illl I'lll'ilii' CohkI  Pi it 11 ts.
Pi'Mneiii/i'i'.-i fm- Ketth* Ul ver and Boundary Vici k.enmipul nt Marcus wilhStiu-.
Dnilv.
WHEN...
. . . GOING EAST
Uku a first clllPfl line   in ImvoHnu   hot ween
Miim��lipoli8,   Sl.   J'nil   ami    I'lllt'liK",   Hltli
tbf principal lowu< tli I'oittt'nl Witnv*Ut*Ut
Pullman  PrtlftCO Sleuplnu  Hiitl ('hull' I'nr*
Service .....
The Dhiin��Cftrrtopi' upcrnt-uil h> Ihu Intrroit (��r
ilh patrons, llm iimirI eld^itnl Kt-rvlw uvoi
InttURUrated.   Mtmln uroMTVt-ii it In �� mt.-.
To obtain lirwl eliMH HOrvlco your liukcl nIiuiiUI
read via .....
���:���     THD WISCONSIN     *
���'-���      CENTRAL LINES      +
Hpi-i-lal  liiiiili-iiny Lake M-i-ili-e.
Commencing t'O Juno, tS'.ili.
tin Monday, Tiiu'x! 11 and i-'rid - -'. -t
Alberta wil leave ICll lo .) p to . tor Ai.i.-wor; li
Pilot Bay and N'.-l.-.-n.
LoavinK Nelso 1 A a.m., Tui-dnv. Krfilnv and
Satllnlai for 1'ilot Buy. AlosH-ollh and   Ivaslo.
eallin^al all way polms.
(AU times nresulijeei toeliamje whlioill notie e)
llenls nnd berths 1101 Ineliiilod.
Passengtirs on S. s. I ,i,*rn;*iioi al from >,'--!
son,   Spokane,   el'*,.   I* v polios ou   Kont'.-i...y
I. ake south ul   I'iloi   in;   will connect Hi lint,
point wilh IlinS. S, All   -in
l'iinseii,.-ors tin Si-l.-'in i 111 rt. s. AUmrlu t 01
points soul li ol' i iloi I��� ��� J, ,- ii-.. lt\ .-ininuilo' lit*
With pursei. I,i,v. nt'ip-iitrr ill I'iloi liny or
A ins wnn li. rir i-outtict vviiji H. S. int. no, li-nal
at Ka-ln.
The eoiiil'Hny's t-4t.-*.ii.i>rH fin 1 eel Kootenny
Lake ami .-lo, nu poii is with ill point* In the
United M"te. ami 1 iiiiiuhr by way of ,-p, lii.nu
nnd Kimteunr I .'Ivor.
Tali, is sold and leR-.a*. e elieokfil lo all
poiiusbi 1 in- 1- on si,-:,nii-i*i>i' ni our otllci.
It.   AI.I'.XAMiKi:. U.-n. Vt^r,
P. 0. I'.ox IM, ICn-lo. ll.C,
��� ����������������������������� �������������*��������������4-l-t-t ���������*
���
ons al CI1I011KO ami   Milwuukee I ���
X WHAT
! DO
X VOL
I WANT
X For One Cent a Word? t
Y.
Um! a 1 uvoi I'm' " Anv
J   Olil TIimik" If ymi itilvi rl Ine.
Dlr.'it eoni
for all I'ia-leru piiluti
For full iiiforiniition eall on jour niurnsl lieknl
agont, or write
Jak. A. CLOCK,        or       .!.<s. ('. 1'oNii,
Uuncral Agent, Ceneral l'li*-. Aki-iiI
240 Stark Street, Milwaukee. \\ Is
Portland, Ore.
FOI? RENT.
unci  noted  well.    .lohn  Jjewis nltivi'd r-t, 1    ��� j   ��� '' ( ) I        IvrilN   i
the servant very   -itly uitd the entir,'j ^(1^]]^ [ J j 1)       ^jJJ^ j
oast played  with a spirit that snowed fj Nicely  Furnished  House,    an
fl,,,.-     *,.--i,.lt<wl     fit ,,,,tl.-n  11,nil,    l.iu-I    ,,,,1,. i.<  11,...1......1 .... 11.,..i  1,,    I,-.,-., I ,,,1 iitv       roomu
they   wished   to make their  lust  per- I Prom Montreal or Quoboc
Reaver Line- l.nke t upoi'lor Juno 811
Beaver Line  Gallia Inlyii
fdi'iiinnee ti memorable one. The com-
puny have mado mnny friends hero and
have not only conducted themselves as
ladies and gentlemen on the. stage, but
also in private life. They will always
he. welcome at Nelson.
Vancouver & Nelson, B. C.
(din
dominion Line   Vnn Oliver Inly 2
Dominion Line -Scotsman lulyli
Allan Line���I'alifoi-iiiaii  ��� Juno-HO
Allan Line   Numidinn luly 7
From New York
While star Line-Tent onie Junu SI
Whlto Star Li ne-Uri I uu nie July 'I
Cu na nl Line--Luon ni,, luly 2
I Cunrrd Line���Horvln Iuiy5
: Allan slate Line- Stale of Nebraska July 1
CHEAP PROPERTY POR SALE,      Allan State Line-Mongolian... Juh-15
  Anehor Line-City of Home July 2
���,,       .  , ,,,    .,        , ,. Anchor Lino���Anohorla July
Three lots, corner   Ward  Olid hints- *    ('���bi���, $.l.-,ni,,?.-,(i. Sm,, Kn ��80 and upwards.
ton     streets.       A small   lour-roonied     intormodiato, 834.00and upwards
house.    Lots planted with potatoes.    A ,    Steorage. J22.60 and upwards,
Bpecial bargain. 60    ! ���''"^''."KV'I lil'1;i',l|,(l, throiiK'h toalj {'omtoln
Great  Hrilnin or Ireland, and at specially low
I rates   to  all  purls of lhe Liiropenn eonti lent,
shed   Prepaid passages arranged from all point) -
FOR RENT���Anelegaulty furuit
!v(-'t''   ! Ap*'**      ** !   ��� 11. "I   ���������'.       '*< I
Inquire at tins Office. I s,<Ji   General Agent, C.P.R, Offices, Winnipeg.
front room or suite, on Stanley   street, j JM?x%�����t*'  WlA^feS*'
I  Lt-slllMl    tll.l'l'll*. IIM'tilH.
+
*���
*
i *
t      All nu> uriUunim i* In 'lii- n Ihimh urn   ���
1 rent   11   WCU'il   null   in-ci-; i. in.    >,i
*     1 I'uni   11   wurn   imw'm   im-'t, inn.    .mi  ni-    ^
+    vot'l lUilllOIlt luken fiir U'S.i 1 Itiitl 'iii ii'iit-.    4.
i x
**tt-t*X*-t-***-X^*-t-<ft******t*t*l ***.*���
FOR  GALH
trill-
ly located, six rooms, bath
and all conveniences, new
plumbing.
FOll SALE.
Just completed, wcli finished,
modem house in good location.
Six rooms, pantry, woodshed,
etc. Lot 45x120. Price low.
Terms, half cash balance in
twelve months.    Apply to , ,,
' Subscribe tor The Miner
T.G.PROCTER,     Baker St. 0ne Year     .    .     .    $l0>00
Old papoi'H at Tiik   Mis Kit uHlir,   lA im-uih
per luiMilnul.
Foil  BALK���Hhw  mid  IJliui!n��  mil rtohiff
(food Imsiiiijs-.   Apply Ml iur y/H to        (Jj
MISCELLANEOUS
KlU'N'li.    A smnll kev, Vatiuual Ca-li   lleci-i-
tor,     \|'1'1> "Miner" nlllee.
MUSI0 liKSSOS'S. - On liinni) urgan or
lt��liar, liy Mrs. W. ,1. Astlev, Itnlisnn street,
I wo iloors west nf Sliu.ley.    P, 0. Hox IS*.
Six doors nbove   Hudson's
Bav Co's Store.
Half Year     - $ 5.00
One rionth      ...        $1.00
���""""   "n   CAIiUWQ _--, THE MINER. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 189S.
A SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST GOVERNMENT OFHOIALS IN
THE YUKON-
Alleged   Thai   thev Slakeil   lilili  ( liilms
Tor SiH'iiilallvi' ruipiises.���Si,  Ti-nlh
in lhe lte|iiu-Is. Canada  the Pioneer
ul' the Empire.
Ottawa, July (i.���Supreme prominence has heen given during thn past
few days to :i statement originating
in a Winnipeg paper whieh charges
government oflicitils in tlie 'Sukbn with
using valuable information gained in
their official capacity to their personal
advantage und to the public loss. It
is alleged that when rich discoveries
were reported to the erown, the registrar and inspector of mines immediately staked oft' adjoining claims
whieh they uow hold for speculative
purposes. If this were the case the
protests so vehemently offered hy the.
conservative press would he endorsed
by all friends of honest administration,
but* the facts appear to he otherwise.
THE FaCTS OF THE CASK.
The official wim is understood to
have secured tin option on Monte
Cristo Island, the case under consideration, is Mr. Wtule, who is clerk of the
peace und crown attorney for the district under llm dopartuient of justice
in Ottawa. Mr. Wiulo is neither registrar nor inspector of mines and has
no spocial means, as a government
official, of securing information which
would enable him to locate or give
him miy advantage over othors.
Tlm principal official in Dawson
Cily is iMr. Fawcett, a conservative
appointee, lie i.s gold commissioner at
Dawson Oity and Ihe only man
whoso offioial duties would place him
possession of the information that
could he turned to pi rsoual pecuniary
qdvuutage. Jj If any irregularities of
the nature, complained oi have occurred, Mr. Fawcett must know of
.thom and is responsible, but from his
past record and well established reputation there is no suspicion of auy
questionable action on his part or on
tho part of others with his knowledge.
This is equally true of all other government offlicals in that district* from
Major Walsh down. So far from thoro
being a suspicion of wrong doing,
the fact is lhat returning minors invariably speak in terins of the highest
praise of the government representatives both as men and as Officials.
'��� '   WAS NOT IN AUTHORITY.
Some papers commenting upon this
matter take occasion to iiud fault with
fhe minister of the interior for having,
us they allege, recalled Explorer Ogilvie, who is erroneously stated to have
boon in charge, ofthe administration of
tho Yukon. Mr. Ogilvie never was
administrator of the Yukon, nor did
ho at any lime have more authority to
administer lhe* law than the poorest
miner in the eountry. He was sent
in in charge of un ordinary survey
party, his only duties being those of
a surveyor. For many months liefore
his return to civilization he had been
anxious to come out 10 complete his
returns und nitilie his report to the
surveyor general at* Ottawa. While
not desiring to detract trom Ihe well
deserved reputation which Mr Ogilvie
enjoys as tt result of his conduct whilst
in the fnr north, it may be pointed
out that he himself has stated that ho
at no timi^felt debarred by his official
obligations from taking up claims,
but that,having heen frequently called
��� upon by miners lo adjudicate disputes
between theni he would not hamper his
position as uu arbitrator by any personal interests in mat ters lhal might
be under dispute.
OGILIVE'S    REPORT    IGNORED.
Another   fact   that is worth remembering  isiluii  Mr. Ogilive frequently
urged upon lhe lute government the
necessity and importance of providing for (he administration of the Yukon bnt his reports were pigeon holed,
uniVno attention was given to the matter until Mr. Sifton became a member
of the present government and took
charge of the interior. Since tliat
time the development of the country
and the provision for iho efficient administration of the common law and
the mining regulations have boon
progressing side bysido with marvellous
Strides. And so thoroughly has the
reputation of Iho country and tho law
abiding character of its peoplo been
established throughout the world and
in spite of obstacles persisting]}' thrown
in the way by tho opponents to tho
government   that   space   need   not   be
taken to further discuss the latter.
Credit for this, is duo alike to tho administrative head here and to the cap-
ahe and honest officials charged with
carrying out his instructions. As far
,is any reliable authenticated information has been received these latter
without exception have proved true
to their trust under exceptionally onerous conditions) and it is a poor return
for servioes- efficiently and faithfully
rendered and for which no ordinary
pecuniary acknowledgement can be an
adequate compensation, to circulate
unsubstantiated stories reflecting upon
thoir honesty of purpose.
A SIGNIFICANT SILENCE.
It is a significant oiroumstance that
these stories of wrong doing cease during the time parliament* is in session,
only lo gain currency again as soon
as Iho house prorogues. Statements
somewhat similar lo this wero published some weeks ago, bur not a word
was said about it in the house, where
the truth could have been quickly
established. Such, however, has boon
the history of all the stories about the
administortion of the department of
tho interior���thoso who start a false
report aro not the mon to be honest
enough to seek the truth, and publish
it* with equal assiduity.
IMPERIAL UNITY.
Tlio latest advices from old London
indicate tliat the postmaster general's
scheme for an imperial penny postage,
rate is finding favor with the delegates
to tho Inter-Imperial Postal conference.
"Once again," says tlio cablegram,
"is Canada asserting herself as the
pioneer of the Empire. "
Undeterred by the apparent failure
of the Petersen-Tate company fo float
the fast steamship line betweeu Canada
and lhe old country, the government
i.s actively engaged in negotiating
fresh arrangements which will accomplish the much desired object, and
there is little doubt* that the minister
of railways will lie able to report
substantial progress upon his return
from England.
CITY OF NELSON.
NOTICE-
A public meeting "I the citizens of Nelsou
will be held iu llie Kirn Mall on Monday, July
18th. instant, at 8 o'eloelc p. in., to make arrangements forfiult'thle reception bolng given
His Kxeelleiiey, (lie Governor-General, and the
Countess of Abordeen on tlieir visit lo Hie Oity
on Wednesday and Thursday the 20th and tilst
liy order.
J. K. STRACHAN.
City Olerk.
instant.
Waif Paper, 6portinQ Good8
��   Hammocks,   ���
Cameras, Kodaks,
Photographic 6uppfie&.
������������������������
Thomson Stationery Co.
I.IMITKD (d!K)
ISTELSOlSr
CLOSING OUT SALE
H1LLINERY   AT    COST.
For the next Thirty Days
. . . Also . . .
Flowers and  Hair Goods.
Room (I,   Tui'iiiT-Floeclth   block. Kn
trance Baker street.    Open from
s u. in. to 4,30 p. in.
Kolale
This delightful Beverage
counteracts the effects of
alcohol, Most pleasant
form in which to take the
well known Kola plant.
Celery Sarsaparilla&Iron.
Thorpe & Co., Ld. !��m-
NOTICE UF  PARTNERSHIP.
��� yi%' \
 --J5K:	
T
THE
OPPOSITION
HAVE
WON
Perhaps during' the
excitement your supply of Printed Stationery has heen
used up. If so we
shall be pleased to
fill an order for you.
f Letter Heads,
V
Bill Heads,  Envelopes,
Circulars,
mm
5
y
/    Posters. Dodgers,
\y Cards, -^
/     Shipping   Tags,    Etc..     \
vwrtnmiii?iwiin1imwwiifiiifiTf?m
are right in outline of business
and while we do
not claim to do
work at the
cheapest price,
wedoclaimtodo
Good Work
AT A
Kirkpatrick b Wilson t t
are receiving Seasonable Goods
ftn-the best trade of Nelson in
the lines of
GROCERIES, TEAS -' COFFEE
The quality is the best and prices
right.       As always, our stock of *   /
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
is full and being added to as needed.
Kirkpatrick md Wilson,BAKER STREET
K
OOL . . .
LOTH ING
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see GILKER
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for Nobbiest and besl and Save KASH.
IP. O. STOEE.
..CONTRACTORS..
Are Saving Money every day
on their I tardware Bills by
allowing tis to figure with  them.
V
Get Our Prices Estimates Cheerfully Given
'ORE CARS, T   RAILS
and all MINE  SUPPLIES,
Tel, No. 21.
nee
p
y.
Fair Price
We keep in Stock
nearly all Custom,
Legal and Mining
Forms and will print
anything you may
need.
We havo this day entered into'partnership to cany on the business of t-he
Miners' Livery Stablos on Stanley
street, opposite the Royal Hotel.
H, T. STEEPER,
JAS. KELLY.
Nelson, B. C, July 8, 1898.
The Daify Miner
is meeting with good
success and if not on
our list you should
be. We deliver it to
your home for one
month for one dollar
or six months for
five dollars.
Can We do  Business
with You ?
TLhc   flMner
lptfl. & pub. Co.
liiiiii-iiiiij
^^���^^^7^^s<^}S^t^S^I^A^fr^
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BLE h O'REILLY,
Civil Engineers, Provincial Land Surveyors,
Real Estate and General Agents, Pire and
...Insurance Agents, Notaries Public,  Etc...
FOR SALE    ���,���.v\wvA^
Corner Loi on Vernon St., with Building,    12 Lots In Block
44F���Cheap,    i Li Is Cor. Josephine and Robson.
FOR RENT
'2 Lois and Dwelling near Cor Stanley St, on Observatory
St., $12 per month. Dwelling on Silica St., near Cedar St.,
!*-2ii per iimiii li,    [louse and '1 Luis, Houston St., $16 month.
Call and see our full list of property for sale in   "Hume"
and "A" Additions
Ten Lots in "Hume" Addition at a Bargain.
Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents.
Baker Street,  NKLSON,  B. C.
LONDON & BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS.
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
All   Communications  relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson, **,
' NELSON, B.C.
General  Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. IVI., i
Mining; Engineer     J
Charles D. J. Christie
GENERAL BROKER.
Houses to rent at $15, 820, $80, and
(85.
GOOD BUYS:
A two lot corner elo.se in $025.
A fi roomed   House, good garden,
12000.   Also others.
INSURANCE,
REAL ESTATE,
MONEY TO LOAN.
A   Urst-class  Stenographer,   Typewriter  and   Accountant always   on
ll.il 1(1.
GENTS   *   CLOTHING
Repaired, Altered, Cleaned, Pressed
ana Dyed by iho New Pkooess at
Reasonable Prices,
STEVENS,  Tun Tailor,
Room !). Hillyer IIi.k.,  NELSON.
P. S.���Ladles Wool Dress Uoods Sponged
before Making Up.
ARCHBOLD & PEARSON
(AIMM. MFIME., M Min. Assoc Cornwill.)
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS
Opposite Phair Hotel,
NELSON. B.C. P.O. BOX 583.
W. A. JOWETT
MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER
1 vsi bm\< 1: nml ��� ��� ���
COMMISSION AGENT.
VICTORIA ST., NELSON, B. C.
214
Extended experience in Chile and German
South Africa. Assays and analysis of oren.
Reports nnd valuations on mineral properties
Underground surveying and mine plain kept
up by eontraot.
1GNES EXAMINED
AND REPORTED ON BY
F. M. CHADBOURN
Twenty years' experience in mining.
Thorough knowledge of mines of British ���
Columbia.   Terms Reasonable.
718 NELSON, B. C.

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