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 ���**.  V  ''V,  '1  -\  AA  ��� \ ,  YI)L. 1, NO. &  MOYIE  CITY, B. C. JICTNE 4, 1898.  ;2 A YEAR.  I ^�����?'*w>Jv*^-'vki>*^'*-i->.-xlk- "V--v,v,>_'X,V"v^^^^_^;!vvSvl  ^���/ ,   o ���". -. ' *��^*t;|  <S*  SS  $ ANVIDEAL TQWN8ITE For Business and ��  re>  Pleasure; as a'.Kesi&ential Locality $  Unequalled.  Situated on Moyio'Lake. Excellent Fish-  iug, Boating, Bathing   and  Shooting. . ��  ^BACKED BY PAY ROLLS^^  ugene, Lake Shore, .Moyie  Mines all within an hour's walk. ' Good.water-  supply.   Exceptional drainage facilities, j Has'-.  r>  lhe beet prospects. . r       '  The Busiest and .Most Talked of Town in jflk  # ''EAST KOOTENAY. '   m  G. CAMPBELL, Moyie City,  B. C.   .  ^^^.^.^.^'^.^.^���^���^'^���j&"^^;^^<^'*i''��t' ���������_�����.*__].'_��_<_��������  v ^T_^^^^^.>j.>^.^.*i5,.*5r.*^>.^k-'����fc.->v,>^''^-,>sw* >i_.->--,>*,"^.*  ''�����_.' >fc.>*^.*'^-'^_.*>lC��,,5_,>����.,*,��*-*'^k':  entr  MAKTI*N' FOI.EYJ& CO., Props.  ' The House is 'Equipped in First Class Style  Throughout.. Large and Commodious Dining  Room. Best Brum'- of .Vlucs. Liqiioi's aud  Cigars cim be had at the Bar.  O  tt\  Headquarters for Commsnciaf and. Mining Men.  /ft  iii     QUEEN   AVENUE,  MOYIE CITY, B. C.  -. >-=���. j^\ __��. >��-���. jir. _^. ^. -__��������. >g. jr. j*. j*. jQ >g*�� &*��� _***; j*�� >g|- j^ *����� >_g.-<fy[-^jK^  !r^^^*^*^-*^;^*^-**^^^^>k->^,-^��-**^<'>v,>^-*^-'^K- ^���^���������������vt^  BE HERE AU&UST HUM  Steel Will Belaid to  Moyie Then.  PILE DRIVING HAS COMMENCED  Seven   Hundred    Men   Will   lie    Put    to  Work ou tlie "Western Division  Before Very Long.  ���a*  -0-=  An Ideal Townsite |Most]Picturesquely ��,xi& Do-  J  lightfully Situated,  w  jBacked byjpayrplis of the St. Eugene, Moyie tod  Lakephore mines. y  fel   'sj Fof, Fttr.her Information Apply to  iSv-s   ���   ��� ���    ..     ���       i       , ���' '������-���.        ...   - ,   ,'   ���  I LAK�� shore AddItioW f0Wnsite cd,  jt  a. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. to  \\ I This Hotel is Hew] [tod well. Furnished.  Th<* |  N||       Tables are Supplied w*t& tfce Best the |  ll       Marked ^iforte Tbe..Baf to M-led #*tb |  ?. -i>  ,, .- $  I  .Construction' work' on the Crow's  Nest road is 'beginning to afesume a  new phaaei and'during tho next few  months work will bo * pushed with  ^greater vigor than ever before. It is  said that ��� 700 White Men will be  added to the forces already working  on this division, which'will have the  effect of making times considerable  better in the different towns along the  lino.'  R. Balfour/who has the contract of  building all the bridges and trestles  between Kuskonook and a , point  a short distance above, the tunnel; was  here the latter part of the week. He  is making arrangements to start trestle work immediately at this end of  hia contract, and already has 300 men  working oncthe long bridge near Kuskonook on the west end. At that  point he has a steam pile ��� driver at  work, and two pile' drivers run by  horse power will soon be operating between here and that place. u  Mr. Balfour is confident the steel  will be laid to Moyie City by the first  of August and to Kuskonook about  20 days later.  Cowan & O'ltfeii are making splendid progress with the big tunnel, and  expect to have daylight through to-  morrow or next day. McBeth and  Peters'ard also nearly through, While  Haskins' men are grading through  town and liayo only a few weeks' work  to do.    lianoy on Hallway MatterSi      ���    ���  M. J. Haney, ehief of construction  of the Crow's Nest railway, did not  como as far west as Moyie City last  week on his trip, over the road, having  turned back at Cranbrook. He was  accompanied by Mrs. Haney and  Theodore Knowlton. superintendent  of construction from Elk iiVer east.  In an interview published; in' the  Wardner International, he said'.  "1 am confident that steel Will be  laid to the Kootenay river early in  July. Everything is ^ in excellent  shape, and now it is only a question  of tracklaying. The trestles necessary  fit the loop will be completed this  week, and all grading contracts td the  Elk river -.till be completed in 30 days.  Froni there to Wardner the work is  light. We have an extrii battalion of  200 men and teams to put on at any  place that it will be necessary __> force  the wcrrk, Co that there Is little char_c<_  of experiencing any serious -'delay's.;  The work of driving piling fofdtife  Elk river bridge -will-- Commence this  week/alnd the piles for the'Kodteuay  rivef bridge will be driv&ri only a Short  time before th'e steel ^b.achesNhero.  We are anxiolis to rfvq'id ttiis^writk on  rising water." d , ....  ..' A   .  "Under ordinarily favordbly citcuiii-  stanoes/ Mr. lianeyy how fast will. you  lay steel 1" [  "Three id-les a clay. We blight to  avferagd that/ ^*hd will tfy ahd del a  little better. That rata would give us  90'miles ft Mdtith; b'tit we ivdtlt tb  laylOU'' ,   , ,   .  Under the fate bl progrfeos that Mr.  Haney speaks of j the steel will bd laid  into Moyie City by.the"firot Of AUgust.  iJoat ��a{-�� Ftaiott Olf.  'The boat rate between W. H.' Murphy and Conrad C'b'&tb.sj whieH for  some tin-id Hid bfeeh the dliief thjiic for  discussioii' aiiibflg the sports df Moyie  City, wfis .pulled oft last Thiirsdaty  evening at, 7 I30 o'clock, aiid irab v. oh  Uf the latter named getitlethfiii.  Tbo course outlined WaQ^frbfii Mc-  Alaiioii Bros.' lahdihg straight across:  th*6 lake, at&t_tfditHe .little'���AAatilX heat  ihb' op'iio's'ite elibfe and back to the  ^IkM ��..__--' ii^a-n. Thd, Contest  W* HMWilM i$!n i-Hcr*. bcltig. ,^kr-.  iii&'iiUX WW&m W iMMH��& b'f $e  m bidy & !e$ Ml Mcdd jjimtplij.  The time made was nihe mihuteo bnd ;  a fe?> flOcOnd*.;  McMAI  GENERAL MERCHANTS.  ard ware, Clothing, Groceries  0  MINERS5 OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY.  ���PROPRIETORS   OF-  The Only Up-to-Date Hostlery in. East Kootenay.  %  MONIES   OITT,  E53E5.I,0CISI3:^ OOX_-TJ3VE_BI-A:l  Baillie Got the JPlum.  At the convention held in Fort  Steele Thursday evening for the purpose,of choosing a candidate to oppose Col. Baker at the coming election,  Wm. Baillie, editor of the Prospector,  received the nomination. .The ballot,  gave "Baillie 66 and W. R, Boss 51  votes; a majority of 15 for the former.  The,committee on the Baillie side  proposed that no One should be .-allowed to vote in the convention unless  he signed a pledge to support the  candidate selected in opposition to  the present provincial government.  The Ross members were opposed to  this as being subversive of the liberty  of the voter and the- secrecy of the  ballot. Many protested against this,  and refused to vote, amongst them being the delegation from Moyie City.  They demanded the right to Vote as  free and independent electors Of South  East Kootenay, considering themselves in no way bound to the action  of a committee in the selection of  which they had taken no *part. IVtore  than 20 Voters present refused to sign  the pledge and were consequently de-*  nied the right to vote. While the  balloting was in progres R. H. Oliver,  speaking for the Moyie delegation, demanded the right to .vote Without  signing the pledge. It was, of course,  refused, and vMr.' Oliver^ with his  friends^ Messrs. Tierney and Kauff-  man, declined On principle* to vote  and retired from the convention.  Invasion of Cnbfe Begins.  Washington, May 30.���The iriVas*  ion of Cuba has begun.- Twenty-five  ships have been gathered td carry the  300,000 soldiers from the gulf ports to  Cuba. General Miles vVill frdcecd directly to Tampa, where ho will establish temporary headquarters and per-  sbhfllly direct the iiidvenieiits of trddp*.  aiid tbe,in*?.if!io_. of Cdba.  AI&y Witsf, Mdy BO.-^Ahy doiibt regarding the exact ibciiitibri df deveni's  fleet wad feliiofeti i)y disjidtchea lot-  warded tbdWaShiiigt-bli. Tlie JJila__..Sl.  squadrtiii ia anchored Ut Santiago de  Ciiba. The prbbleni rfemainu fdi. the  ere of tlib Aihbrican fleet td-  dispose of the enniy either by cdi-king  the bottle!-or forcing a long, narrow  pas3a^e and smashing the Squadtdri itt  anchorage.  Jamaicaj May 28.��-The Hazard has  arrived; bearing important dispatches  lb Waahihgtoh. TWelve . ttnited  Stdteo war ebijsa ate .outside of(>Sah  Diegb} it is alniost certain tliat Com-  niodore 8ciiley.has,. the Spani_ih fleet  bottled up, and^-sil-H the di_l^ danger  ia fftfto. mines.        - ��� .   ��� '  WAsfciNGloit; May ��!*���i'ho ttaWft-  iiliH annexation resolution has been  added to war measures in the senate  and Will go thrdugh.  ^ASHtt.C-'fb-.,' May SS.^The '���_?f^si-  jeht has issued tl *tfroi.la.r__at!bn Calling  fbf/tS.OOO more vohiritee_s. maliih^  Si^fttoO soldiers iii all.   . Cranston's Yacht Launched.  ' W. S_ Cranston's pleasure yacht was  launched at the' wharf last Thursday  afternoon. It 'would haye been  launched some'time ago had the' sails  which Mr. Cranston sent east for not  been delayed on the road.  It was not long after the boat was  lowered into the water until the canvas was raised and the little craft was  shooting across -the lake on a, - trial  trip with seven .men on board. The  wind was squally'and at times, the,lake  was quite rough, but the yacht proudly  rode the -waves and proved itself equal  to the heavy sea. A-   ..^  The yacht is 16 feet in. length and  six and one-half feet iu width, aud  will comfortably seat ten persons. It  was built by Mr. Cranston during the  odd times while not engaged on the  road, and he spared no pains or expense in making it a model of perfection. l   Hodge's Proposition.  C. G. Hodge, superintendent of the  telephone company that has the line  between Fort Steele and Swansea has  made the people of Moyfe City a proposition that is if they will guarantee  him |30 per month for one year he  will immediately'extend the line to  this place. This is the most liberal  offer yet made by that company, and  seems .to be agreeable to most of the  busin&ss men. A definite decision  shddld be arrived at and submitted to  Mr. Hodge at as early a date as possible.        ., ,.  Tlio Auaconda.  C. F, Diamond and A. M. Hogg returned Thursday from the Anaconda  claim, three miles east of Sifton, upon  which they were doing assessment  work. They haye driven a fifteen  foot tunnel and had five feet of a  ledge' in the face where they quit work.  The ore carries copper, gold arid ga-  lenain large quantities, It is owned  by S. A. Scott} C; F. Diamond and  A. M. Hogg.  LOC&L &RIBM  ii Hi. Ni^bet; editor of trie _ ltusko:  _.b.),i'��earKh:lig!.i_j waS Krrestsd aui} in-  -.nfcei'Kteci last week by Constable For-  rocter of jlhafc plabo. The trouble  grfcw out of an attack made upon For-  restei- by the Seafbhlight,  ���Al.Bailea of Fort Steele .\tatj. here  the fore part bf the week.  For fresh Wheat and fry�� btfead call  on Mrs. Neidbrstitdt;  Geo, Watsdn of Fbirt; Steel-i Was in  the city & ley daj-s tliiD week;  Linda_iy Crawsbri df Siftori wa_i iti  town a few'hours last Wedh&sday.  InspectoJ. SaUnderSj of the iiidutitsd  polibb; ^vas tlirougk here tiiis Week.  Sam liammbnd wa& up from _ the  Logging camp a few days this week.  John liay 'left for t Sppkaiie last  Wednesday tiy vyay^ 6. Bohners JTerry:  E. fl..��faiaU of tiiii; Moyi^.Hotel  ivbri. t-> Fort ��!t^le; "iiiuriday to at-  tbhd thb cb'hyQhti'ch;  it largest of sii^liei wero lakbii  lij. tb' the 'StABiigenti niihe the fore  ri_if- of the) #ee__;  ;'d,fl: J6Mnon Mmed .laai'^Tijes-  day from Siiokahei where lie has been  for the| Bast week."  J. E. Aiigbrs; of the nowthwest  -nbiihted police, went to Fort Steele  tie fore part of the week.  Paymaster Stephen was through  here last Tuesday'on his regular' trip  distributing "dough."  ' ***���  - W. J. Tierney and Ben-Murphy attended the convention held in Fort  Steeele last Thursday-evening.  J. Peck McSwaih, one of the best  known typographical tourists on ,-the  road, blew through here last Monday  on his way to Nelson. ,  Alfred Manuel of the Lake  Shore  hotel departed Tuesday for Nelson but '  met C. J. Clayton, his partner, ou the  road and returned chome.  Miss Hackett, Miss Turner and Mr..  Chisholm of Swansea came ' down ou  the Echo last Thursday  morning,  returning in1 the evening.  ,  J. P. Farrell and Wni. Hamilton are  building a' good substantial boat  which will soon be added to the ��� already large fleet on'Moyio lake.  Ira Finch 'suceeded in killing two  black bears near Finch Bros.' sawmill  ou the upper lake this week, but/as  yet he has not come to town to "tell  how it happened." - ''  The  Acetylene gas   'machine   has  been placed   in   the   East Kootenay  hotel.   The machine produces  a very-)*;  brilliant light, and the cost of keeping  it operation is quite small, '   ���  J. I. Booge, with two men, had been  at   work .this  week   prospecting his,  mining properties on the weBt shore of  the lake preparatory to' commencing  development work on them.  FOR SALE-^Barber shop complete)  18x20 feet iu size, with bath room in  connection. Doing a first class bilgi'  ness. For further particulars apply  to J. E, Musgravej Moyie City, B. C.  Colonel Henderson and his twd  nephews have arrived from Fort  Steele and taken up their residence  on the SanbUrn festate on thb West  shore of the lake.  Joseph Shae this week sold hia interest in the Moyie saloon to Messrs;  Campbell and .Clark; the proprietors  oi the hotel. Mr. Shae intends tb remain In Mbyie City;  The Bfcile of government land id this  plabe. which was advertised to take  city in Fort Steele today; has been  postponed until Saturday; June 18th.  The land has been '"sub-divided into  town lots; which will be dbld singly of ���  ds desired by purchasers.,  BtcMahbn Brosd nor, have one of  thb rriost Coihple.8 general stores id  East Kdbtcnay; Thoir stock is large  afld well assorted, and their prices are:  reasonable; With such a bouse iii  Moyie City theft) is absolutely no need  of sending Gut of town for goods.  W. G. Bateinah and Dan Chislilorii  tire making arrangehientB to bring a  btihch of niilcli cows ffroni Kobtenai  cbiiiiiy; IdaliO; tb thbir i.ahcli iibdii.  fiVf_ miles south cf lieris oil the Mbyie  river.   I'liey iritbiaci to conduct a gen-'  Ol'i'i ,1-w-' \ .ii ._   IMI-in   .-.*>���  oral dairying business.  ���i,. -v.. -H-ili'i' '���'-','' .'���-���'i' i'' I.'--- * ii tere^t.  E. A. Elton was here, in the interest  of Wi R. Ross this week) and it is understood tliat Wrhl Bailiie liad nieu in  the fiolcl. Tlieir representation, lrom  hsre to their cohventibn', liowovsr! wP  very light,' '   :,  fA  4'  C.        ;  n��r����R_ni_ni��Q^^ gra�����MM,aBim___S��_gaaa^^  TEE IOYIE CITY LEASER ^���l%^n,rrrs  bound to'exceed  the $30  asked as  a  Published in the interest'of the people  of Moyie City and East Kootenay:,  X). K. yoa>*G_  F...J. SMTTII,  Pul). and Mgr.  Kditor.  I  H.,  -.-.'-  <%  /  P  KATES OF snilSCBirTlOS.  One Year.  ..52.00.  .  ��������� ��� \\ -X  .All   coniiuiniicati'oui, .oWlie'editor __ib��t liS*  ..ccompnui'_d by tlie writer.,, muiie aud uddre's,  notuecesMinlj- for publication,  but as evidence  of po'od faith.   Advertising rate, made known  upon application. .   .  c      '*-  ^SATURDAY, JUNE <__-, 1898.  nuunui  ���^'.Qt '_��� A*��t*\*  .   _V_OyiI_   "AS   BACKING        .  _ ^  If any person doubts'the backing  which Moyie City has in the way of  mineral resources, let him take a trip  up to the St.,Eugene mine, which can  r  be-easily done in three-quarters of an  hour, and  feast liis eyes on the huge  .piles of ore of which.'tbere'are between  ?two and. three thousand tons, aiid tbon  "carefully   examine the different- tunnels, shafts and Burface  strippings   to  ' be seen on the ' various. claims  comprising  the group.   Besides  the   oro  ' " taken out there are thousands of ' tons  blocked out and:ready, to be taken out  <��� ,���for shipment.', Men with wido  expbri-  ���:   enfic   in   mining and who   haVe^in-  ,-apected some of the most noted mining  proposs-idfi-Tin the worldtdo' not' hesitate in saying it'ls one/ of  the largest  1   bod-les of ore cth'cy halve"1 ever seefct.  ', HaVinggthbrougbiy inspected the St.  .ASugene/hecanrt^'urn'by'a' short  cut  straight^ down'titfe hiife .towards ' this  ; place, ��� 'By" so doing he can .trace the  ' ' isctglv clear ������to' tlio* foot' of the hill,  , upon which arc also located the Moyie,  Qrieen oi llie Hills and Lake Shore.  Each of the last iiamed properties,  ihough net developed to such an ex-  lent as the St. Eugene, have plenty of  ore on tlie dumps and plenty'mote  in  sight.-  Neve*, did one set a mineral, belt  which showed so small an amount of  " dead work," for wherever a hole has  been dug a pile of pre nearly equal its  size can' be seen On the outside.    -.  The iriining' properties on tho west  shore of the lake are also worthy of  Inspection, and parties who are skeptical as to the resources of Moyie City  should not overlook them.-  The Leader predicts that in less  than two years' time there will be no  .ess than fifteen or twenty mines surrounding Moyie City which will' be  Shipping ore, and . that it frill bo the  grfeatc'St inifiing Camp1 Ih Canada.  guarantee to the company, and should  it/not come up to that mark for the  "first few months the deficiency to be  made up would be but a mere ba'ga-  teTle, and would scarcely be felt by  the people,' The services of a telephone would be of incalcuable benefit  to Moyie City,' and its business men  should not hesitate.-about meeting  that company on reasonable grounds.  V ___!.' . ''      |'"    ���"���J  Should a Spanish 'fleet ever attempt  to ^&ter the Moyie ' City harbor it  riiightvprove yery disastrous for it on  accountW jhe number of "mines"  whictiWtW^106^ proximity.  1- ���" '  Sampson  slow  the  Spaniards,  but  not-with-tho proverbial jaw bone of an  ass,'as was the|.ase , in  ancient* times  when he got his work in on  the Phil  istines.  f  To the1 Provincial postbffice.inspector we say : Gfive us a better mail service or give ull death.  War nt Kasioy  A special tpfthe Leader from Ppca-  hontasville saysj   . ^  ;;,���  The ^ battleships "\E_qptenaian and  News, under command of Admiral  King and Senor El Paso DeRakin, are  having a hot engagement on the, high  journalistic sea off the coast of Kaslo,  and grave fears., are entertained that  they will,blow Up the jcity with editorial bombast. Rubberneck Tinhorn  Lowery, commander of the __.edg��!, a  small caliber torpedo thrower,|tis ex*,  pected on the scene mostly  u'te with a, shooting stick, a  and fourteen hot Scotches^ ^  When he arrives he tWill immediately  change his socks"! He will j.'theii, befm-,  bard the Cotoiqud and capture all  the  PROVINCIAL  SECRETARY'S   OFFICE.  HIS HONOUR tLe Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased to make the following appointments:��� '��� ���  15th April, 1S9S.  Ckcii. Edward Dkkny, of Wardner, Efquire,  to be n. Justice of the Peace within and for the  County of Kootenay.  (19th April, 1S98.  Josep.h Hovtb jLaidI-A-w.' of C rau-Drook, Esquire, to be a Justice of the Peace within and  for the County of Kootenay. ���   7-2  EDUCATION.  NOTICE is hereby given tbat tho annual examination of candidate for certificates of qualification to tench in the Public, Schools of "the  Province will beheld as follows, ^commencing  on Monday, July 4th, 1S.8, at8:45 ii. m.:���.'  a Victoria In South Park' Scho'bl building.  �� Vancouver In High School Building.  Kamloops To Public School Building.  Each npplicaufc must forward a notice,  thirty days before the examination,  stating the class and grade of certificate for,  which ho will be a caudidatc, the optional subjects selected, and at .which of the abovo  named places ho will attend.  Every notice of intention to be an applicant  must bo accompanied with '.satisfactory tostl-  monial of moral character. ' ,  v Candidates are notified that all'of the above re-  quirementjs must be fulfilled before their application can be filed. r , ��� "  ' All candidates for First Class, Grado A. Certificates, including Graduates, must attend In  Victoria to take the subjects, prescribed for  July 13th" and 1-th' instants, aud to undergo required oral examination.     .,"   S. D. POPE,  6-4 superintendent of Education.  EduCation'OOicc. Victoria, May 4th', 1S98.  '.anyj min-  hypo ��gun  .on board  schooners in sight and perhapsJ'a few  of the schooner destroyers, such as  tbe Kitty Goodwin and the, Ida Storms,  Which  are ' frequently   seen  cruising  around that harbor during tho nights   li   .    i-  7,      , ,  ���   Bed liatliiis?/. /. ,  "I-tow are you coming on/Vfith sea  bathing?" asked ageri'tiemanp'f an in-  validv  "Splendid;  bathes thfeti times a  day." .    .   ,/'/'  : "itow do you like it*?/'  <���  "The   doctor says t  must   take  a  toddy after erich bath to restore  the  circulation���that's how I like it."  ,    All CO. ION SAM.     '" ,  Of r-tttid  Adjoiniug Moyie   City,   South  East _R_ooteiiay.  . A��p6rtloli of tot 2S03, Group 1, Kootenay District containing four aud a half acres, -more or  less, Will be sold by auctiduattho Government  oilice ih FOrt Steele on Saturday tho dtli daj* of  June ot ten o'clock in thcforenooti.  Terms, ten per cent, to be paid at tho time of  adjudicotion and balance in sifcty days.  Plan Can be seen at tlie Government Office.  Fort Steele, and at the office of the Chief Commissioner of LaUds and "Worksi Victoria.  ,      J. F. ARMSTRONG,     '  .  c-3        ,1 .6oTer_.__.8_it Agent,  Fort Stceic, B, C.,"4th May,!898  BE, HUGH WATT,  gUHGEOfr TO C. N. E.  *. *  Cofistrnctiorl camps Wardner to Moyie City and  ^^W"::i::*-^_=rvMission Hospital.  0 MOYIE   Ct*Y_  -    Baker St., NELSON, B.C.  Wholesale" Groceries and Provisions.  FIRST CLASS ABBOK___*eXT.  '    LETTER ORDERS PROilPTLY ATTENDED TO.  p. o. box 214.        f     ____________________���________������  CANADA DRUG and BOOK CO.,  IIKITID, XBL80y�� B. C.  Siaionery, Office Supplies, Wall Paper.  Drugs, Patent  Medicines.  Druggists'   Sundries,    Mail   Orders   Solicited  C E.MALLETTE & GO.  Dealer*" i�� '  Hay, Feed and Produce  A large stock of Hay,   Oats     ,  aud Fresh Vegetables always  on hand.   Prompt  attention ,  given to mail orders.   Agents  Lion Brewery, Rossland.  BAKER ST. NELSON, B. C.  WFEKLt  RKSIDBSCE F0nV?.TEEi*".  ���gK���ri-__��  NOW    ON   XnJ_   RIGH*   SIDE  The Kaslo Kootehairin, formerly one  Of the staunchest opposiUon papers in  *  the province, ha.s changed its faith and  ' is now supporting the Turner government.   In changing its policy, it says :  " We simply believe that taking all  things into account,  and canvassing  all the public men Who are,* or may be  before   tlie  electors  during   the  nest  few  months,  the  presen't  Premier is  {he best fitted  by personal  character  arid past experience to direct the destinies o'f  the p'roviuce  for  the  next  /o'tir years,     lie is  a man of -itro'ng  personality, who- b'y  a long  and  s;ic~  fcessiul business   career,   has   won   n  place among the iirst. o_   our  citireh.;  In knowledge of  parliamentary   practice and provincial affairs he is second  to no man now in public   life, while of  liis deep interest in  all   that concfcr.ns  ���'���'British"Columbia'no one can en.tertaiu  "6, doubt.    His long public service   arid  ' tlameless private life alike fen tit l.e him  to. & continuance of the .confidence" of  lhe people.   That he has been fiercely  Assailed by,his opponents  is not sitr-  - . prising, and is   the  inevitable  eaperi-  euce of a strong m&a .placed  in   siifeb  y ��� a position as  lie  has occupied.    But  .  even his. most bitter detractqV have  been constrained to admit  the chanii  of his personality and  the purenesa of  "liis" private: life.    Hon. Mr.  Turner's  interest in agriculture is  well-known"  and lie has ever shown tlie utmost  re-  gaM for the welfare of thisdistriCii  hi  particular, aa his attitude. towards any  .v-'-v;: proposal for the b'ettcrins  of  its  cou-  ''' ditions abundantly teatifiee."   '    Froni other sections com. the caclo  I      - Btrairi indicating  the _aioB*b iinmictak-  !      able mannel' that A crlanefe i'i :conih��  over tliose of the .people "Hie   ^ere'Sip-  poeeii to bo hostile to  tlio ftovcrhmen.  heretoiors... ..^....,-.,-.. ..^~~~~.  JOSEPH NEIDEBSTADT, 1'tc.p.  Lager beer sold by the ��� Keg or  dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock... -  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  MM.fi-._ll__.__l ���HraHl'��l  IN TK&Nr Atti o n A l>  Nafiptioi iilraSiiGo,,  .UMITCi3;  Gtoainci: ,!Irlt^natid-i_ii!'  oi KObie-  nity Luke and Rivet.  Mining brokers.  ^.? ,  Ail  Ittiuins Payers Leg-illy  ami  Neatly  '*" '  v     >        lOra-fe-n tip. - "       '  We can handle-mining property in-  East -KOOtenayA and   ivill   develop  mines or do aasessiuent work.  IlIST YOUR I'ROPKRTY IVITH tJS.        '  CORKESPONEKNCll SOLICITED;  ...     - B. C  fltOYIE  CITY,  PROSPECTORS^-rf^  GET YOUR OUTFll' AT TI^E  ioyie Supply Go,  If You  Want Anything .  IN THE DEUG LINE Oil  ASSAYERS'    SUPPLIES,  ,     Call on or'trrito r-  W_ P. TEET2EL % CO.,  NELSON, B. C. '*���     -  -_      f^  Carry the largest stock of  _ j^itiLX3r*Ox--Bsaaa^.  In West Kootenay, and defy^ompetition in their hne  Carpets, Rugs, Draperies/curtains patting, Crockery, Bedding and ;Pillow,. ^  .^  -O-  NELSON AND KASLO, B. C.  \\>  1 _____________________________���  DBALER IN  All Kinds of  Canvas Goods.  �����-  Tents,   Awnings,  Wagon Covers, ,  Sailor Bags,   ,,   aa  Haxnmocks,  Canvas Cot Beds.*  ,i n  0,  <b  NELSON,  B. C.  FOR FINE  tl-*-  bakerSt.. NELSONi Bi C.  ��ADDRESS  .. 1 ,1 *  NELSON/' ,  THE .MERCHANTS? BANK OF  HALIFAX.  IjicorjJOrated 18_69>r  ���<**.*.  CAPITAL PAID UP.-  REST ������' '��� *   Head Office HALIFAX, N. S.  .$1,500,000.00  .  1,175,000.00  T. K. KENNY, Esq., President,  Dt H. DUNCAN,1"CttEbler.  -*-��-*-  CeUtrally located,  and   first  class in all apartments. . . .  -*-���-��-  Branclic.ar.dcofre-poudcntSiath0 principal cltlrfln ����� Hrovlneo*   United State, and  tcr8 oicrcdit, etc., negotiated.   Accounts and deposit, received 0.1 most favorable te.ms.  GEORGE KYDD,  Manager Nelson Branch  DEALERS IN-'  Hardware, GfdeerieS}  Dry Goods, Etc., Etc;  Qii-ion's A^eaue;  it  liidxiE. B. C  iTT.iilinrifiiiiniiiiiil--  EICHAEDSO-ST k ?J1RDTJS,  ?rops.  Painter^,  PaperHangers^  Etc.  'A  kion t.;_..itJ_*rG a spkciaJvty.  iJaTii_-A'TK3 bivftn.  .....���.���.���..���riatB cakd,i   in eitect lBth of May., 1898. Subject to  change'withoiit notice.  SS INTERNATIONAL.  Maves Kaslo at 3:3S a. m.-every  day exdep'tdSuridayi calling at dll way  pdintB.     k        ..'���������'.,  Connects at five Mila toiht -with  S. F.-& N.traiu-at 6:43 Hi flc.j atrives  at Nelson 7 :20 a. m.,   ' ^ ^  _  \  Leitves Nelson at 5 p. iii.," cdhiisot-  in'g at Five Mile Point with, traiii frorh  Spokane] arriving  at Easlo 8 i80;p. ni.  Connects at Pilot Bay ttith ss Alberta for Boh hersFerr^ bid dKdb'teiiiJ?  fiver poliitfi. '  ,*        gg ALBERTA,  Leaved kaslo on arrival of ]_t. k S.  train on Saturday rind Titesday, at  S i30 p. hi.', and Thui*6clay at Sa. m.;  touching all Vt&J pblnto.'   CciitiHctis at  ilofaceri. .-7cfi-.*y *i_H 0; IT. trains.  . ��� ���...   ...,.__  1  sioyit bh'Y and cnivpRbbk.  11.1 ���������lll._'_illWII-ll .-Illl-ill-lllll..  Staple and Fancy  Dry Goods,  Clbthing, Gents' furnishings, {Boots  arid Shoes, Hats and  Caps. Stores at  N ELSON and KUSKONOOK.  Best brands in Canada  mannfactured right   in Kootenay  by  tho arm of  __    ��� :!S8%   VANCOUVER. VICTORIA, NELSON.-  G^Tr ale, lemonlde, sarsaparilla, plain soda   syrups   essences  augostura, oTange. bitters. Box 108, NELSON.  ^Jx-lij-Xim ml ��� 1 "** IHii-fT"  BREWERY.  lilLie Brothers,  UN KEGS  A.Nri  B0TJBLEB.  ���BREWERS OF���  iFINS LAGER  Bl^R  AND PORTER . .   .   :  Orders Promptly attended to.  R. ^lestercr and Co., Props.,  NELS8M) S. C,  and Coffe^Hbuse.  &6)&. i"KOBUS,     -  .   -     ���     Proprietor  MOYIE CITY, B.d.     -  : ;.  __u>��__M.��q_--iifiW"i--iiaB��w  MKB - ,SHOR,B  ^liio^  Bar-fcer  ���AND���  Rooms  J. E. M-tjeOBA-VEi      -      -   Ftfd-pribtor  J   .     MOYIE, BdCA      A..,,;',..  ^<^*^..i>i��,____^i_i_riiem^jfe����ii>Hii"'il''''^*~w"'*g^^  Boot & Shoe Co.  Hfci_30N,v.    -      '���-,'     ���       ��� ���'.' -      '      B. C.  __(Hj_i-  (LIMITED.)  FORTSTEEIvB andlWARDNBR, 3. C:  ' ... Wholesale bmi$M in-.....'  Wines, Liquors aiid Cigars; Schlitzs and Papst  ni(jti__o  V   ,.     " ~~~ATA~AA',~   i    u. i-'(iq_io   lor  Ui^eitoiiri^  from Swanscr'/.!? ...i.^'laccMirr:^c|Cita  rc.'*.nuable nnd will undc::btedly meet  T^ith the approval oi  tlie citizeab oi  .rj-i' n        ���"V'-'.'A1_I)1;'P  ' 'JznA'al fAin'i'zzrJ  FOB RBNT  A ���&*�� rddiji fi^tei '^4ik  %9 feet in si^e;   Apply  g��o. bassett;  j^M^LJmiiT^u^'.i.v^ii^^^^i^'r'i'rer  iVrafeiKe  I^Mti &-STE*#ARTJ  IS  {���a p.cm 1 .> -t. 'I'.; ��� 1,  iTir'iirN. ITtirsi.Hlii'.".  iht-'libs; *,__bi'333ric8-  :"    I *��� ll  liilty  moyie gi^y;  Minora'  infe aspecitilty;  hi  ���vVhb-C_-ilo an'd detail Dealer iii  &SIP?' BbU ageiit for  TUCKETT'S blGARS.  irfXfiOHj E. fci  MOVIe;   east kboTEii^ir, S: b:  The above libt'el has ho'en recently er-  act'eci; rind neatly Iiirhislie'd throughout.  &OTSE:  Tk'ofcafiSMlibli witii the  -P^re... ...    fi... ,w...-  beol  i.raii-15   oi iicjuorB   and  K^a^aHeri:ibJ?Miiii_ig Mgi<.  iileil'8 Biiits, Sliirt'. nrnl Uutlerwcur, boots, i.i_oi_:  and kiitiberi.', hocIcs', glovcS "aii'd br'ttuea'.  and 'city mail wdnlti'. . '. '.  (jiv'c i'3 A CAU-'.-^idt  ��� 1  M0tit*. B. ^  *iMmrm.vttMKMMMm��mwmmms3i>Mr&aii^^  wmMNwautomiimw

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