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 ft  if  ! **V  ty  ��w j-i/iJj  Has Mines that are Paying Dividends and Hundreds of Properties that can  be Made  Dividend Paying Mines.  .r  Has   Three  Smelters   in   Successful  Operation,  and  Enough   Ore   in Sight  to' Run  Several   More.  FIFTH 'YEAR---NO. 28.  NELSON"   BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, L897.  rn  rWO  DOLLARS. A YEAR.  ���THE   ST.   MARY'S   COUNTRY.  Over-  Sixty Prospectors - are Now Camped  Waiting for the Snow to tfo.  Thomas Brown, of Pilot Buy, was in  Nelson this week on his way to Kurt  Steele via Bonner's Kerry. . He will .spend  the coming .summer in looking over tho  country between Port Steele and Kootenay hike iii the interest- of an eastern  Canadian syndicate  "Tom" is of the opinion that the district  along the west branch of tlie St."Mary's  river will receive a great deal of attention  this spring. The mineral deposits of the  , district wero first made known by Henry  Hose and his partners, who are said to  have upwards of 2*5 claims scattered over  it. Prospecting is fairly easy ns the country is high and it is easy to get above the  timber. There are fully 00 prospectors at  present camped at Sawyer's pass and on  the Fort Steele trail waiting for the snow  to leave.    .  The ledges are generally strong, but in  some cases the ore is rather below the  grade of Slocan ores, and this added to  tlie difficulties in the way of transportation will no doubt keep the district back  for some time. Jt will be a district for  strong companies to operate in rather  than for individual miners. Brown spent  last fall in the district, and in his opinion  the copper showing upon what is commonly called the Spaulding group, is the  greatest in West lvootenay. Upon these  claims a mammoth ledge runs east of  north. It has been crosscut upon the  surface and is fully 75 feet wide. The  ledge is of quartz aud copper pyrites, and  appears to be all mineralized. Where  blown oil" in prospecting, the rock aver-,  ages lo per cent copper, und carries small  values in silver and gold. The chief difficulty to be overcome with this group is  transportation, and I'or this reason the  owners arc considering an offer of purchase from Spokane people upon a basis  of $10,000 for rhe group.  The richest find reported is on a claim  in Lhe Matthews group, located by Matthews. Brooks and five others. It was  discovered in September last and i.s under  bond to American mining men. Very  little work has as yet been done upon the  property, but tlie ore that lias been taken  from the ledge is very rich. It is a grey  copper ore similar to that from the White  ('rouse mountain claims, assays from  which have given -ISO ounces in silver and  $.-50 in gold besides the copper values.  Not far-from this group is the Urquhurt  group of seven claims, tlie locators of  which were Messrs. I 'rquhart, Millicau.  Houghton Brothers, Brown. Praucis and  O'Brien. The first location in this group  was made upon a seven foot showing of  galena, running alongside of. which was a  seven foot ledge of quartz strongly impregnated with copper. (An average  sample of the galena ledge gave a return  of $10 in silver. This group has been examined and reported upon on behalf of  London parties,'and if they decide to take  hold of it they will be strong enough to  solve the transportation problem for  tttemselves.  There are a great many other locations  in the vicinity, which probably''have an  equal value, but so long as the present  transportation difficulties exist little more  than assessment work can be expected.  There is a large area Of country between  the creeks of the St. Mary's and St. Mary's  lakes and north to the Canadian Pacific  railway, which has not yet been touched  by the prospector.  THE   CROW'S   NEST   ROAD  "Will" Receive a  Bonus and  the  Canadian   Pacific Company will Build it at Once.  The Crow's Nest Pass railway was discussed in a full liberal caucus oh Wednesday, when the government made an au-  annouueement that it had closed an arrangement with the Canadian Pacific  Railway company for tlie construction of  the railway from Lethbridge to Nelson,  and would stand or fall by the bargain.  Minister Blair announced- the terms of  the arrangement. It called for the payment by the government of $11,000 per  mile in return for which the railway company gave certain concessions. First it  gave a large cut in freight rates on special  articles, a list of which was in the possession of the government. On wheat this  cut would amount to \l cents per 100  pounds next year and an additional 1/,  cents per pound the following year. On  fruit going west there will be a cut of 33;1,  per rent. .On agricultural implements  there is a cut of 10 per cent in rates. The  government will have control of this list  of rates west of Fort William. The railway conipany also agrees to give to the  government 50,000 acres of its land grant  of 2*50,000 acres of coal lands awarded to  the British Col.umbia Southern. This  50,000 acres will be selected in small blocks,  the government having the first choice of  a block and the company the second  choice, on the checker board plan. There  will be no monopoly in coal lands. Besides this the conipany ���cannot sell coal  for a higher price than $2 per ton free on  board the cars, and at no time can it  charge more than 7*5 cents per ton profit.  It is understood that other roads will  have running powers through the pass.  Lieutenant-Governor Dewdney Alone to Blame.  The Victoria Times' Ottawa correspondent telegraphs' that there is no truth in  the report that has been circulated from  Arictoria that lieutenant-governor Dewdney was advised from Ottawa not to give  assent to the alien labor bill. Lieutenant-  governor Dewdney did apply to Ottawa  asking what he should do, but the gov  ernment refused to give any advice until  such time as the matter ca,me before them  officially. Mr. Dewdney actedon his own  responsibility or that of the local government.  THOSE   VICTORIAN   NUESES.  SHORT   BITS   OF   NEWS    PROM   KASLO.  Approximate  Tons.  Value.  i;tj  k;  i;o  1:3  1;">  \2  2",  $ aj.Tiiii  _.!)!��  S3!I7,7U7  H.Ti'l  sr.a.-su  o.SH  SliiT.fiSI  .-i.'-'dl  SolK.H.-).'}  ���i.j-i.i:i  SII7->.i')(Jli  -.-.'in;  S2-;:i,:!S-  -I.SI8  5_,0!II,2L'-.'  To Scale Mount St. Ellas.  The mountain, climbing expedition of  the Italian prince Luigi, which is to essay  the summit of Mount St. Elias, will sail  from Seattle June 18th, and the S. S. City  of Topeka, connecting at Sitka with a  sailing craft which i.s to transfer the party  to Yakotal, a point about 10 miles from  the base of the moii.itain.  The Doctor's Journal Pokes Some Fun at Lady  Aberdeen's Scheme.  Lady Aberdeen is not hayinK..anything  like a walk-over in' the establishment of  the Victorian order of nurses. The Canadian Practitioner of Toronto, gives the  scheme considerable attention in a recent  issue. To those ladies of Nelson and of  Kaslo who have taken up lady Aberdeen's  scheme, the comments of the Practitioner  will'ho doubt be interesting:  It is thought by some worthy people  that    Canadians    should    commemorate  queen  Victoria's diamond jubilee by establishing a national fund for the purpose  of placing the aid of trained nurses within  the reach of all classes.    At a meeting of  the executive committee of the National  Council of Women, held under the (-presidency of her excellency, the countess of  Aberdeen,   the   subject    was   discussed.  Since  that   meeting a  scheme has  been  adopted and presented for the eonsidera-,  tiou   of- the   public.   The   committee in  charge have asked for the small sum of  $1,000,000 for the purpose of educating, or  more   probably   half  educating,   a   new  band of nurses who are to supplement the  work of our trained nurses by nursing at  half rates, quarter rates or no rates at all.  The new cheap nurses are not to interfere with the trained nurses, and yet they  are   to    be    paid  a  "modest,  moderate  salary," which will lift them out of the  precarious state ol: "waiting for a case."  They are to be gentle and strong, endowed  with sympathy, a delicate  touch, and a  charm possessing a virtue beyond that of  any drug.   Their qualifications (ire to be  of the highest class.    They are to  work-  in sparsely settled outlying country districts, villages, towns, cities, and everywhere, fro in Labrador to British Columbia. All this and many other things about  these sweet creatures of the ncur future  we learn from a little pamphlet published  by the committee.    The work of the committee is thus  mapped  out.    It is  to (1)  draft a constitution, (2) decide how  the  governing body of the new order is to be  chosen, (A) determine how the work to be  undertaken shall be carried on.  Some there are'who have doubts as to  the practicability of this lofty scheme.  As our hospitals are now manufacturing  nurses at such a rate that the supply is  more than enough to meet all demands, it  is wondered how aud when the new order  is to, be manufactured. We. understand  from the pamphlet that such trifling details are to be settled by. a committee  chosen by vice-patrons, vice-presidents,  and representatives of the subscribers.  Certain parties who have had considerable experience think it not a very simple  matter to train nurses in well ordered  hospitals, where the candidates are not  only required to receive instruction from  their teachers, but also to spend two or  three years in the laborious practical  work under rigid discipline. Such people  also think that the new order of nurses  cannot be properly educated: and, at the  same time, they believe that competent  professional nurses should be .encouraged  and protected from the warfare of unqualified nurses, just as physicians and  lawyers are protected from the rivalry of,  of the irregular in both professions.  It must be understood that.many of  those who have their doubts about this  new order have the greatest possible respect for the many noble women, whether  belonging to sisterhoods or uot/who are  in a quiet way doing much to relieve  human suffering. They also sympathize  with professional nurses in the good work  they are doing, and wish them the highest  success. But, at the same time, they  have no desire to see an influx of half-  educated go-betweens-���neither amateurs  nor professionals, as we understand the  words���who are likely to injure nursing  asa profession withoutacconiplishing any  great amount of good. If the good people  who favor the new scheme could present  something practical and tangible,' ib  might be-more easy to form an intelligent  opinion about the matter.  Matte and Ore Shipments,  There was entered for export at the  port of Nelson during the past week ore  and matte to the value of $20,7(i!), There  were no exports entered from the Trail  Creek smelter and the Slocan shipments  were also light. Tlie following were the  entries:  BULLION*  AND  MATTE.  Pounds Value  Hall Mines smelter. Nelson, matte���   -i-J.SIO  ORE.  Kootenay Ore Company. Kaslo...  WasliitiKton      Whitewater mine, Sloean   I'ainblcr mine Sloean   Slociui Star. Sandon   No. 1 mine, Ainsworth..   Total for week   Total for Alay   Total for Ajiril ':   Tolal for March   Total for Kebruary   Total for January   Total via Revelstoke to May 12  Total so far for 1S07   An interesting- religious service was  held in the Presbyterian church on  Wednesday evening last, when .lames  Nairn of Kaslo, and T. Menzie��, of Sandon,  were ordained as ministers of the Presbyterian church. The reverend T. S. Glass-  ford, moderator of the Kamloops Presbytery presided at ordination service,  and was assisted by the reverend J. Raton,  of Grand Forks, who delivered a short  sermon. The address to the newly ordained clergyman was given by the moderator and that to the congregation by  the reverend J. Wilson, of Vernon. There  were also present tho reverend R. L. McLeod, of Spallumacheen, and Mr. Dawes,  elder of the church at Nelson.  The Kokanee's trip to Lardo and Argenta, at the head of Kootenay lake last  Monday was made the occasion for a,picnic in which several ladies and gentlemen  participated. Several musicians were of  the party and an impromptu dance in the  saloon gave additional /.est to the entertainment. A moonlight excursion on tho  lirst convenient occasion is on the cards  as the next society function.  Workmen have been engaged during  the week in laying the water pipes line  along Fourth street, between Front and  A avenue. This will complete the distribution system in the more thickly popu-  " lated portion of the city.  Thomas Erickson, a Finlander, on Thursday reported the loss of his partner on a  prospecting trip. He left Sproule's on  Tuesday to return to his' camp at the  head of Schroeder creek,'but not having  arrived, his partner became alarmed, and  came down to see if he had reached the  railroad and found his way into town.  Manager McClurg, of the Union club,  gave a dance to the members of the club  and their lady friends in the newly opened  club-rooms on Wednesday evening. The  rooms were not overcrowded and the  function was one of the pleasantest that  has ever taken place in the city.  John A. Whittier, president of the  Gpodenongh mines, has purchased the  residence of W. IS. Manu on B avenue,  and will occupy it. Mr. Mann's family  will remove to Spokane.  1 fc it said that a party of eastern gentlemen was inspecting the townsite of Argenta on Monday, with a view of purchasing. This point is coming somewhut  into notice as the starting place of those  Biing from  the Kootenay lake into the  uucan river couutry.  When the tug Idaho failed to make the  attempt to ascend the Lower Duncan  river the other day it was said that the  project had been abandoned. It now  seems that it willagain.be tried under  the guidance of Sam Lnvatt, who believes  he can "make the riffle."  The steamer International met with a  slight accident to some portion of her machinery on Wednesday morning, and was  not able to start at the usual time. Telegrams were forwarded to'the'.-Nelson 6c  Fort Sheppard authorities, asking them  to await her arrival. The train pulled  out, however, at the usual hour and several passengers for Spokane were obliged  to wait over for the day in Nelson.  The base ball games of the Kootemiy-  Washington league series, played on  Wednesday and Thursday by the Ross-  laud and Kaslo nines were both won by  the home team. In the first the score was  II to A in favor of Kaslo, aud in the second 9 to zero. Both-games were well attended. The first day's game was pitched  by Bqrchess for Kaslo aud was an exhibition of the art to most present such as  they had rarely seen. In the contest the  balance was in favor of the home players  from the start. Kaslo scored 11 hits and  were chargeable with 5 errors, while the  Rossland boys made 7 hits with 5 errors.  The second day's game was quite exciting.  Goffman pitched for Kaslo and Baker for  Rossland, Davey catching for the home  team and Holland for its opponent. This  day's play was studded with features.  Clark's running catch against fence saved  A meson's two-base hit and was loudly applauded. Green played exceptionally  well on Third base. Both Baker and Goffman pitched well, but the former was  well supported in the field, while theHatter's support was poor. Davey caught  well, but held Coffmah better than he did  Borchers. There was some heavy batting  by the Kaslo team, which won the game  the second day.        .      '  Wednesday Evening's Meeting.  An adjournodi regular meeting of the  council was held in the fire hall Wednesday evening, all the members being present except alderman Dow.  A communication was received from 10.  B. McNairn, asking for an allowance for  filling done on Baker aud Hall streets.  The communication was received and  filed.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Gilker, the following accounts were allowed: The Canadian Pacific Telegraph company, $10.44: Spencer  6c Ball, $7.50: Nelson Blacksmith Company, $1.50.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Fletcher, the council  went into committee of the whole to consider the "Trades License By-law, No. S,  1807." Alderman Fletcher was called tithe chair, and the by-law was rear I section  by section. On motion of mayor Houston,  the committee rose and reported progress.  On motion of alderman Teet/.el, seconded by alderman Gilker, it was resoved,  that the by-law be further considered at  the next meeting, which was set for the  following evening.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  SLOCAN   MINING   NOTES.  J. C, Ka-ton, C. G. Dixon and II. .1. Ilurd  have registered a1'prospecting agreement  with Charles Kennedy, by which he is to  receive a quarter interest iu all locations,  and a certain monthly payment. These  agreements are in accordance with recent  legislation introduced into the. mineral  act, and are instead of the verbal understandings whicli have hitherto prevailed.  Two Swedes, Charles Bellesturn and  Ben Peterson, have located two mineral  claims, the St. Paul and I_ntorpri.se on the  south fork of Kaslo creek, about four  miles above the Silver Hell, which are  said to have richer surface showings than  The owners of mineral claims on Forty-  nine creek, above'the hydraulic company's  ground, are endeavoring to get the government to assist them in constructing  three miles of a trail. They are asking  the government lor .something like $.'.00  for provisions aud supplies, and propose  to put in their own labor. A short trail  of about three miles will serve about .'.0  claims. Little if any work has been done  upon tho properties, as the greater number of them was located last year, but  they are good prospects and the construction of the trail will enable the holders to  get in and open them up. It is likely that  the government will meet their wishes.  Justice Walkem, of bhe supreme court,  arrived in the city this week and will re--,  main here till the close of the assi/.e court,  which opens during the latter half of the  month.  J. Fred Humethis week cashed in over  $1000 to the provincial government for  back payments upon government town  lots'.  The regular meeting of the ladies' hospital aid will beheld on Monday afternoon  at 3 o'clock, in the Church of England.  The Hall Exploration company is working ten men on the Chapleau in the Slocan.  The property is developing well.  John Humer has returned to Nelson  from Port Steele. He says that the country is full of prospectors, and that everyone expects the district to make a big  move this summer, but he did not like  the place well enough to locate. On his  way back he went in to Ferguson, the  new town iu the Lardeau district, located  about IS miles back from Thompson's  lauding, aud was so favorably impressed  that he purchased a lot and decided to  locate there. There are several wealthy  syndicates operating in the immediate  vicinity of Ferguson, and several of their  properties give promise of making good  mines. Ferguson real estate is ou the  move, and Humer was compelled to pay  $3t0 cash for an inside lot. The wagon  road to the mines has been completed,  and it is reported that the Lillooet, Fraser  River & Cariboo company will put three  hundred men to work upon their different  properties during the present month.  Several other companys will work large  forces.  At Thursday evening's meeting of the  city council it \vas"decided to dpen'"Carbonate street, between -Jo-ephine and  Stanley streets, for teams. The trade license by-law, streets and sidewalks bylaw, dog tax and fire by-laws were put  through their final stages and fiually  passed.  The town of Revelstoke, which has been  at a standstill for several years, is beginning to feel the effect of the mineral development in the north of the district,  and what was for a long-time tliequietest  town in the province, has already much  of the bustle which characterizes the  cities of the south. With a genuine mining activity upon it and its real estate  tangle straightened out, the people of  Revelstoke have found something more  profitable than squabbling among themselves.  W. M. Leach, ex-city cleric of New  Whatcom, Washington, and an old newspaper man, is in the city, and will probably make Nelson his home.  The department of marine and fisheries  at Ottawa has favorably considered the  petition" forwarded by the master mariners on Kootenay lake, and will invite  tenders for the construction of 13 floating  kedge buoys to be placed on the outlet  and at the mouth of Kootenay river.  Plans and specifications will be on exhibition at the office of the collector of customs iu this city.  Provincial constable Wolverton left for  Vmir on foot last evening for the purpose  of arresting Malcolm McDonald,-who 'is  charged with shooting at R. A. Chisholm  with intent. McDonald is said to have  been endeavoring to collect a board bill  witha Winchester when the shooting occurred. The bull passed through Chis-  holin's clothes, but did no further injury.  The Daylight property on Toad mountain is making daily shipments of five  ton lots to the Hall mines smelter. The  ore goes about $.'.0 to the ton.  .1. A. Sawyard has secured nine acres of  land on the lake front at Bogustown and  will'immediately commence the erection  of a sawmill with a capacity of '.0,000 per  day.  .John Macready, a wholesale hardware  merchant of Tacouia. has secured a five  years lease of ground from .Jack Kirkpat-  rick and will put up a hardware store on  the north side of Baker street.  any of the valuable claims which  have  .recently been located in that vicinity.  John A. Redding, of Pilot Ray, has sold  to Mahsignor Henry hammelen an undivided seven-eighths in the mineral claim  Kootenay Star, situated about four miles  from Kootenay river and two miles east  of east side of Kootenay lake.  iMajor Montgomery, president of the  Washington    company,   left   Kaslo    on  Thursday, morning for Spokane, where  the .annual general meeting of the shareholders of the company will be held on  Monday. The Blue Bird Mining company  will also hold its annual general meeting  in the same city early next week. The  latter property, which has remained up-  worked for about two years, will be again  opened up during the present-season. It  is a valuable property.  Recent reports from the Lower Duncan  are to the effect that several promising  claims have recently been located on Glacier creek, which empties into the Duncan, two or three miles below Ilouser  lake. John Westerleng and Albert Johnson have recorded the Queen of the West  and Little John 113'. and show some rich  specimens of ore taken from the surface  croppings. D. Cosguff and John Ilavard,  with their partners, have also located  groups of claims, which have ledges from  eighteen to twenty feet in width.  .The B. N. A. Mining company is now  fully organized. R. P. Green has been  elected president of ,the company and  Lachlan McLean, vice president. C. D.  McKen/.ie will probably be secretary.  The capital stock of the company,is $_,-  000,000, divided into a like number of  shares of the pur value of $1. Three hundred thousand shares will be placed in  the treasury and issued to the public for  the present ar .10 cents per share. The  first block,of 5,000 shares was sold immediately upon tlie proper organization of  the company. The properties of this company immediately adjoin the well known  "Swede's claim" and tire undoubtedly  very valuable.  Foss   and   McDonnell  Tuesday last upon the  A   NEW   OFFICIAL   CREATED.  MeGuigan creek  wagon  began work on  extension of the  road  to the Best  and Cariboo-Rambler properties. They  expect to complete it during the month,  when the Best will begin shipping the  ore which has accumulated during devel-  ODine'nt work. The Cariboo-Rambler will  also have a considerable quantity ready  for shipment as soon as it can be profitably transported to'the Ka'slo "<fc Slocan  railway.   ���  Frederick Steele has conveyed to tho  Black Diamond Mining and Developing  company, the mineral claims Black Diamond and Little Donald, situated in the  Hot Spring*- camp, and formerly owned  by John F. Stevens, chief engineer of the  Great Northern railway.  AINSWORTH   NOTES.  ":' A couple of prospectors named Moulse  and Howser made an important strike  ou Coffee creek, about 10 miles west of  Ainsworth, and located a couple of claims,  the Glasgow and North Star. An assay  made from the croppings gave a return of  285 ounces silver and 50 per cent lead.  The find is about a mile south of the Olson  group, in which C. F. Olson, captain Hay-  ward and T. J. Lendrun are interested.  The claims are now being prospected.  Seven new strikes have been recently  made on the south fork of Woodbury  creek, and several outfits have left Ainsworth for this locality. The assays in  some instances were very high.  Drowning Accidents in Duncan River.  Two accidents are reported from the  Duncan river, one on the lower and the  other on the .upper portion of the river.  I.arly in the present'week an elderly man  by the name of Roome was drowned from  a boat. It appears that three prospectors-  were trying to make the passage between  Kootenay and Houser lakes where the  current is very rapid at the present stage  of water. Roome was in the bow of the  boat, and caught hold of a projecting  limb to pull'the boat over a rapid. By  some'means he was jerked from the boat  into the water. Before his partners could  recover their position he was borne away  by the current and could not be recovered. He was about 00 years of age, and  supposed to be from Spokane.  Ou Tuesday R. A. Hilton, of Three  Forks, reported that his partner. L. M.  Chappell was drowned in the Upper Duncan on the 20th of May. They were coming down the river on a small -raft which  struck a snag or sweeper. Both were  thrown into the current. Hilton managed to pull himself out, but Chappell  was borne to his death.  Summary  exports a iu.  of Nelson  1S07:  Customs Returns,  statement of the imports and  revenue collected at the port  during   tlie   mouth   of   May,  im.>ut nt- m:i.s(>.\-.  ile L'dods   l-'i-ee   K'ooiN   Total   Tin.- mines H I .Mi Ions of on  Cupper mill I e l.*il."> Ions).. ..  Animals .-1111 i lheir prod nee.  .M;iiiufai:lili-e.'-'.   Total ..  James  Value of  Imports.  ..SI I.-i.l .".7  ..    :!-!.iiiiy  .   HtllV  (���'ill<!i:ic!<l.  SII.57--.7S  ���.'IH'i.iO  . .$177.*iDiJ  Sii.s::<i.i.-)  Value of ICxports.      S ill.l'.KMKI    ;iii.-i.-_".i,-,.i��i        :t.u-i.',.(rti        is.iw.w  who   was  (>' ra i i t,  i   sum   of   money  ioundary creek, while travelling  ..        $|H7.-.'II*J.UU  arrested   for  from   \V.   P.  stealing  Sloan of  on   the  steamer Kokanee, was  examined  before stipendiary magistrate  Fit/.stubbs  on Tuesday, and committed to stand his  trial at the assize this month.  street  E. B.  A.  L.  John Hamilton Is Offered the Position, of City  Auditor at $150 per Annum.  The seventh regular meeting of the city  council was held in the court house Monday evening. There were present mayor  Houston, and aldermen Malone, Gilker,  Dow, Teetzel, Fletcher and Hillyer.  Acting chief of police, Ketchum, submitted report of police department for  month ending May 31st, and same was received and filed.  Alderman Fletcher presented report of  special committee re fire apparatus. On  motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by  alderman Fletcher, the report was re1  ferred to the finance committee.  Communications were received from II.  E. Gosnell re squatters; from W. J. Goepel  re occupation of court house room by the  council; from J. A. Mara, re Consumer*,'  Water Works company; from J. B. Grant  re corporation seal.  Tenders for timber for Baker  bridge were received as follows:  McNairn, 10 cents per lineal foot;  Dolan, 8 cents per lineal foot, all cedar;  Gus lialler, 7 cents per lineal foot fur"  round and 13 cents per lineal foot for flue ,  timber. On motion of alderman Malone,  seconded by alderman Hilljer, it was resolved, "That the tender of A. L. Dolan  lor timber be uccepted. provided tho  cedar posts be live cedar und accepted by  the city engineer, price S cents per lineal  foot, same to be'cue according to bill of  timber furnished' by the city engineer."  Carried.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Gilker, it was r-wuhed  that the following accounts be allowed: ���  N. D. Stewart, for emptying tanks, $35;  Hugh Nixon, foreman, $100: Thomas  Dempster, $3; John McLeod, $23.25: Neil  Morrison, $12: Stephen I_nox, carpenter,  $0: Lawrence Hard ware company. $111.Mi;  Joan A. Turner 6c Co., $(1I.S_: TriUuue  Publishing Co., $IS.OO; Nel.-on Sawmill  Co., $3-1.41; Thomas \V. G'rav, on account,  $000:D. Travnor, $lO;J.HovOaid,$l:):.Johii  McLeod, $10; William AIl-Uhc, $0,25: A.  Dies, laborer, $10.25: Seneca G. Ketchum,  $'!���!; R. I nee, $12: Charles l��_. Scaley, 840:  David McBeath, $S-I: Andy Campbell,  $30.75; Joe Garvey, $10; M. Burns. $29.25:  John Horton, $12.50: D. McKillop, $-15: D.  Rourke. $27.25: F. M. Bard, $32.20: R.  Bell, $17.50: C. S. (hiker, $9: .James Peters,  $13.50: T-Jruhk " Howe,' ' s-520.40: Bapliste  Serion $25: R. .lucid, $10 25: R. Oliver,*  $17.50: J. Brennan. $1(5 50: Donald Forbes,  $12.50: Thomas McCoughey, $17.50: S.  Roberts, $15: II. Flaimghan, $12.50: Hector Borille, $12 50; John CosU-llo, $12.50;  John Andrews, $12.50; G. Fitzgerald,  $12.50: R. Conroy. $12.50: David Woods,  $12.50: A. L. Williams. $10: P. Grimbey,  $7.50; W. Young, $10: J. W. Whitman,  $10; F.E.Kelly, $7.50:, R. Campbell, $5,  and D. McBeath, $0.   ,  An account was rendered from the provincial government for conveyance of  prisoner John Miles to jail at Kan-loop-*..  On motion of alderman Teetzel,1 seconded  by alderman Hillyer, the account was received and filed.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Dow. it was resolved  ���that"'the city engineer be instructed to  measure all lumber "delivered by the Nelson planing miils up to May 1st, and report at the next regular meeting^ of the  council.    Curried.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Dow, it was resolved  that a city auditor be appointed, and that  John Hamilton be tendered the,appoint- '  ment at a salary- of $150 per annum.  Carried.  On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Hillyer, it, was resolved  that all water pipes on- the streets of Nelson be declared .city property pending  the transfer from the Consumers' Water  ��� Works company, and that no connections  be made by private parties without the  consent of the mayor until such time as a  water commissioner is appointed by the  council.    Carried.  ... On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Hillyer, it was resolved,  that an S-foot sidewalk be built by -days  labor on the south side of Vernon street.,  between Hall and Hendryx streets.  Curried.  (hi motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Gilker, it was resolved,  that-a 12-foot sidewalk be built on the  north side of Baker street, between  'Josephine und Hall streets, provided the  lot-owners place all the muterial on the  ground, I'ree of expense to the cily.  '.Carried.   Nelson-Poorinan Company's Ollicers.  A meeting of the directors of the newly  organized   Xelson-Poormun   Gold   "Mining  company was hold in Nelson on Monday,  for the purpose of electing ollicers. The  following were, elected : A. L. Davenport'  president: J. Fred Hume, M. P. P.. -vice-  president: Robert Kwart, secretary-treasurer: John I.lliot, solicitor. These ollicers  with their fellow directors. Hector McRae  of Ottawa, and J. Fred Ritchie are the  chief stockholders in the new conipany.  The company has a force^if fourteen men  at work on the Poorman driving iu a new  tunnel for the better working of the property. This tunnel when it reaches tin-  ledge, will give an additional depth of 30O  feet. It is now iu 225 feet, and it has 250  feet more to go to catch the ledge. The  power drills make about four feet- per day  in the tunnel. It is not likely that any,-  other work will be undertaken until llie-  ledge is reached by this lower level. The  company will open an office in this city-  secretary Fwart having been authorized  to secure suitable premises.  SilllllillllP^ Wt_#b_S^S&-��  THE  TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY,  JUKE fi,  1807.  PUBLISHERS' NOTICE.  THK TRIBUNE is published on Saturdays, by Tin:  Thiiiune I'uijlisiii.vci CoMr.\.vv,.an(l will be mailed  to .subscriber-; on 'payii.nii- of Two Doi.lahs a year.  No subscription taken fur less than a year.  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K.���Provincial Land Surveyor.  P. O. box 82, ICaslo, 11. C.  T C. GWILLIM", B.A.Sc. & XV. S. JOHNSON. B.A.Sc.  <J ��� ���Mining Engineers and Analytical Chemists,  Slocan City, B. C.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. K. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  The Ames Holden Co's special "Columbia,"  "Vancouver," "Kootenay" should be worn  by everybody who wants a first-class mountain boot.  ��Jte fSrftame*  SATURDAY MORNING.  .JUNE 5. 1897  William Adams, oue of Cariboo's representatives in the legislature, is rather  annoyed at lieutenant-governor Dewdney  for withholding his assent to the* bill for  the prevention of the employment of Chinese by any conipany enjoying privileges  or concessions  from the crown.    Adams,  though a government supporter, worked  hard to secure the passage of the bill and  succeeded in doing so by a large majority,  in spite of the opposition of the cabinet.  The only thing which  prevented it from  becoming law was the action of lieutenant-  governor Dewdney in withholding his assent   to   the   bill.     Adams   now   directs  Dewdney's attention to the circumstance  that the year before he assented to several bills which had similar provisions^ in  them.  These bills were passed by narrow  .majorities, whereas the one to which as-  ,  sent was withheld was passed by a vote  of 22 to S.   Adams  now   wants  to know  how  the   lieutenant-governor reconciles  his action.   The excuse offered for Dewdney's action is that he wished to consult  the   views   of   the   federal   government.  This is rather lame in as much as the federal government did not disallow the acts  of a similar nature passed during the previous session, to which Dewdney had assented, and further, iu view of the circumstance that the federal government could  have disallowed the act if it chose to do  so, even after lieutenant-governor Dewdney had assented to it.    The former bills  applied   chiefly   to    mining    companies,  whereas the one which Dewdney hung up  applied equally to railway and other companies. En at least one of these companies  lieutenant-governor Dewdney is a stockholder and director, and in the opinion of  a great.many  people, he killed  Adams'  bill because it might affect the construction of the Jleinze railway, in which he is  interested.   This   theory   is   less absurd  than than that offered iu which Dewdney  is represented as trying to avoid any embarrassment for the federal government,  though it may not be so creditable to the  lieutenant-governor.  PW'LMIEK Tl-knei. has gone to Ottawa  on public business. I tis generally stated  that his chief mission will be to try and  persuade the federal government to aid  the railway scheme being engineered by  F. Aug Pleinze, the provincial government's pampered pet. Premier Turner  tried hard to induce the provincial legislature to bonus Hein/.e to the extent of  $���100,000 and 2,000,000 acres of land for  building 100 miles of railway, but even  ids nominal following of two to one in ���  the legislature was not strong enough for  this additional evidence of favoritism, it  remains to be seen what view the federal  government will take of the proposition  to subsidize'Mr. Heinze's railway.  Tiik press dispatches announce that the  alien, labor bill was reported by the committee at Ottawa on Tuesday, and as the  government has signified its intention of  supporting the measure it may be that  the bill will pass the commons. From the  announcement which has been made that  the bill will only be made to apply to residents of the United States it may be  taken that it is intended as a purely retaliatory measure. That it will be enforced even after its passage does not follow unless some further cause for provocation i.s given the dominion government  by the United States officials in the enforcement ot its alien labor act against  Canadians. A copy of this Canadian bill  appeared in The Tkiiicnu of April 17th,  and as no amendments to the same have,  been announced it is not likely that the  provisions of the bill have been materially  altered. The meat of the bill as originally presented was .contained in the following section: "No male alien shall be  " employed in any public works of or in  " the dominion of Canada, or come regn-  " larly or habitually into Canada, by land  " or water, for the purpose of engaging  " in any, mechanical ti'fide or manna]  " labor, for wages or salary, returning  " from time to time to another country."  This clause would open the door to very  harsh and in-neighborly treatment of the  Americans working in the district of West  Kootenay were it not that the sentiment  of the district is opposed to any such  thing. In the east, where Canadians  working in the border cities of the United  States have been subjected to all manner  of petty persecutions there may be a desire for retaliatory measures, but this spirit  it is not likely to manifest itself in the  west. Aliens will no doubt be debarred  from employment upon public works of  every description, but it is not to be feared  that any effort will be made to prevent  them from working for wages anywhere  in the west. As it is provided that the  act when it becomes law, can only be enforced by the attorney-general of the Dominion, it is no doubt the intention of the  government to shut out anything in the  way of petty persecutions, while, should  local conditions justify it, the provisions  of the act could be put into effect in any  given locality.  Tin-: people of Nelson and of West Kootenay will be pleased to learn that an  understanding has been arrived at between the federal government and the  Canadian Pacific Railway company with  respect to the immediate building of the  Crow's Nest road by the Canadian Pacific  company. , The full text of, the agreement  between the government and the railway  company has not yet reached this province, but from such outlines as have  been telegraphed it appears to. be a very  satisfactory one. The government on the  one hand agrees to bonus the railway line  to the extent of $11,000 per mile covering  the entire distance from Lethbridge to  this city, and receives in return from the  railway ' company one-fifth of its coal  lands in the Crow's Nest and an under-'  taking to amend freight rates on its entire  system of railways, it is understood that  work will be commenced by the company  at. once. In tho opinion of most people  the construction of this railway is practically all that is wanting to place the  mining and smelting industry of this province firmly upon its feet.  Tin-] construction of the Crow's Nest  railway will have a noticeable effect upon  the city of Nelson. There can be no question but that this road will make Nelson  the hub of West Kootenay. This will no  doubt mean an immediate stiffening in  real estate values, and will establish the  wisdom of those who several years ago  purchased Nelson realty at what was then  considered unwarranted figures. Jt will  be interesting to note the affect the assurance of the immediate construction of  this road will have upon the next auction  sale of town lots.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON.  _3"_T-I____"W"  __TO.  Whereas. It is necessary to pass a general by-law to limit  dangers from fires, and to provide methods of dealing with thein when they arise:  He it enacted bv tho municipal council of the corporation  of the city of Nelson ���s follows:  1. On and alter I.he promulgation on this by-law no  fire sliall be lighted nor permitted to be used in any  building whatsoever, within the corporate limits of the  City of N'elson. without having a properly constructed  brick or stone chimney therein, commencing at least  thirty inches below the ceiling of the lowest story, and  continuing up through tho roof for at least thirty inches.  2. Kvcry chimney or due built or constructec! within  the City, shall he built of brick, stone, in- other incombustible material, and the walls thereof shall be not less  than lour inrlie.--, in thickness, exclusive of plastering  and all brick and stone lo he laid with a full join, and all  limber upon which acliiimiey or Hue rest-s shall be at,  least eight inches below the base of said Hue or chimney,  and every such chimney or Hue shall be so consiruclcd  as lo admit, of its being cleaned.  :'. No stove pipe shall pass through any partition, ceil-  in or ll'ini*. except through metal thimble.-,, surrounded  with not !c-*>s than four inches of brick or cciik-iiI. nor  within a less d;stanee than eighteen Inches from ceiling  or side wall1--: pi-ividcd thai no pipe .--hall pass ihnmgh  more l'.-. :i i.ii ��� .���. ,-lition or ceiling before entering a  ehiinn .. . . .,.�� . sliall be well jointed and secured by  iron or utj|-i<wi- ���� n <., to prevent thorn beeomingdetalehed  orjarrcd out of place, and all stove pipe holes, when not  iu actual use, sliall he closed with a stopper of metal or  other incombustible material.  I. Kvcry stove shall stand on an iron or zinc plate at  least two feet by three feet for ordinary room stoves, and  proportionately, larger plates for larger stoves and  kitchen sLoves.  5. Kvery building of two stories or more in height  shall have a strong ilxed ladder attached securely to the  side or end thereof, nnd extending to tlie peak of tlie  roof, on the outside of the building, for easy access  to the roof in case of fire, and such ladder shall be  kept in perfect repair for llremcns use at all times  at. the expense of the owner, occupant, or person in charge  of tlie building, and in the case of the non-compliance  with the provisions of this by-law by the owner, or occupant or person in charge of any building, the municipal  council shall cause the said ladders to be erected or repaired nl, the expense of the owner, occupant, or person in  charge of tho building.  li. N'o person shall keep ur have in any house within  I.he City of Xelson, at,any one time, more tlian seventy-  live pounds of gunpowder or dynamite, unless the same  is kepi in a magazine store room or place to be approved  of by the lire and chimney inspector, and all gunpowder  or dynamite under the said <|iiniitity which is kept on  hand by any person within the city, shall he deposited in  a lire-proof box or .safe, and no person shall taken lighted  candle, lantern, lamp, light or lire of any description  near the same.  7. No person shall use a. lighted candle or lamp in any  stable, building, or. place within the city, where hay.  sti'.-iw, heinp, eolfon. Max. rushes, gunpowder, or other  coinbiisl jble malcrials shall be stored or kept, or he or in  a carpenter's or f-abinoliuakcr's shop, unless the same is  well secured in a Innt  S. 'I he chief of the volunteer lire brigade, or person  acting as such for the time being, is hereby appointed tire  and chimney inspector, aud it shall be his duty to enforce  the rcipiircmeiitsof the preceding sections of this by-law,  and he is hereby invested with power to enter all buildings and enclosures within the corporate limits of tho  City of N'elson, between the hours of sunrise and sunset,  in order to ascertain if these requirements are being  observed.  !l. Any person refusing to admit the lire and chimney  inspector for the purpose of inspecting any premises, or  refusing to comply with the rciiuirements of the foregoing sections upon notice, shall bo subject to the penalties of thi.s by-law.  Hi.    Any person or personsguilfy of an infraction of any  of the foregoing provisions of this by-law shall, upon  conviction before, the police magistrate, or any two justices of the peace having jurisdiction over oliences against  the by-laws of the City'of Xelson, bo punished by Hue of  .not less than live dollars and costs, nor more than one  hundred dollars and cosls, which fine and costs, or either  of them, shall be recoverable on judgment being given  and execution granted b.v distress, and if no sultlcinnt  distress, then by imprisonment nt hard labor for not less  than two days nor more than forty day-,.  VOI.C.NTKKIt   l--|l*|.;  HltlCAIll*.  II. There is hereby authorized and recognized the Nelson Volunteer Kire Hrigado, who.-e chief executive oflicer  shall be elected by the members from.among their own  numbers, but such election must be approved by the  municipal council of the corporation of the City of Nelson before such ollieer may act in any ollicial capacity.  li The corporation of the City of Nelson shall from  time t.o time provide necessary jipparatus for the suppression of Ilres, which apparalus shall be placed at the  service of Ihe Nelson Volunteer Kire Urigadc, and be  under the special charge of lhe chief of the brigade, who  shall be responsible to the municipal council for its rcadi-  - ness for instant, use for the extinguishing of (Ires.  Ul. It _lia.ll,bo the duty of the chief and every member  of the volunteer Arc brigade to respond forthwith to every  lire alarm, and proceed with all possible basic to the  scene thereof. During the progress of any lire the brigade  sliall be under the sole direction of the chief, who shall be  responsible lo the municipal council for the maintainaneo  of proper discipline.  II. The volunteer lire brigade may, subject lothe approval of the municipal council, make by-laws for the  governing of the attendance of, ils members at Ilres, for  the inaiutainance of proper discipline while in attendance  thereat, for the election of such oflicers as arc provided  for under this by-law, and for the election of such other  oflicers as the brigade may deem necessary or advisable.  IS. The brigade shall, subject to the approval of the  municipal council,.elect three deputy chiefs from their  own number, who, in the case of the absence or disability of the chief, or other senior ollieer, shall assume the  duties ami responsibilities of chief iu order of lheir seniority.  Hi. No apparatus, or pari.s thereof, provided for Ihe  use of the volunteer fire brigade shall he used I'or private  purposes of any kind whatsoever.  17. All persons at or near any lire shall assist tho brigade under the direction of the chief, but not otherwise,  and they shall, when ordered to do so by the chief, assist  in keening space clear and preserving order.  IS. The chief of the volunteer lire brigade, or any  other oflicer in charge of'the brigade, at any lire, in the  corporation of the City of Nelson, with the sanction of  the mayor of the said corporation, or in case of his  absence with the sanction of any two members of the  municipal counf.il, is hereby empowered to cause to bo  pulled down, blown up, or otherwise demolished, adjacent buildings or .other structures when deemed necessary to prevent lhe spreading of lires, but not otherwise.  III. The chief of police, or person acting as sucli for the  time being, and such special constables as may be appointed for the purpose, shall preserve order at any fire  in the corporalion of the City of N'elson, and shall  promptly carry out all directions of the chief of the volunteer fire brigade, or other person in charge of the brigade, intended to facilitate tho work of extinguishing the  lire. They shall also have power to prevent all interference with the work of the brigade, and to arrest and  detain any person or persons so interrupting it or preventing it from properly discharging its work of extinguishing the fire.  20. It shall be the duty of the chief of the fire brigade  to make out and deliver lo the municipal council a list in  writing of all lhe lire apparatus, goods and chattels in  use and not in use, by the brigade, every three months,  lie shall also report monthly to the municipal council,  upon tho'condition of the lire apparatus under his care,  and the need of anything to replace lost, worn out, or  defective plant or material.  21. rt shall be the duty of the chief of the fire brigade  to make out and present to the municipal council a report of each fire and alarm of (ire whicli may occur, and  also the value of the buildings and contents ,wliich may  be destroyed or injured, amount of insurance, estimated  losses, and the cllloionoy of the brigade in handling the  lire.  22. Any person or persons obstructing lhe fire brigade  in the performance of its duty, or acting contrary to the  orders of the chief or other person in charge of the brigade, or illegally using any of the apparatus provided for  the use of the brigade, shall he liable upon conviction be-  foro the police magistrate, or any two justices of the  peace having jurisdiction over oU'ences ugainsl the bylaws of tho corporation of the city of Nelson, be punishable by a line of not less than five dollars and costs, nor  more than one hundred dollars and costs, which line and  costs, or either of them, shall be recoverable on judgment being given, and execution granted by distress, and  if no suflicicnt distress be found, then by imprisonment  nt hard labor for not less than two days nor more than  forty days.  �����l. This bv-law shall be cited for all purposes as the  "Kire By-Law No.,", 181)7."  CORPORATION  OF THE CITY OF NELSON  a small varied stock of  IECTRSCAL SUPPLIES  OUR OBJECT is to furnish you with enough to Keep your work going while t\\e  balance of your order is coming from Toronto.    Thanking you for past favors  CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY  FRANK DARLING, KOOTENAY AGENT  ebster  I eater  AND WATER PURIFIER  Guaranteed 7 per cent better Ihan any other make of heater      The Webster .System of Keating with Exhaust Steam relieves back pressure on engine  Tlie Morse Valve Iteseater will reseat, any style of valve without removing valve  Darling Bros. Adjustable Pipe Cutter Cuts Pipe, any metal, 3-4 to 24 inches in diameter  Street Hydrants,' (Jato Valves, Pipe, Crescent Drill Steel, Wire Hope  Office, Hodgins building, next Phair Hotel, Nelson  Freight, and Passenger Elovalors  Write FRANK DARLING, Sole Agent for British Columbia  _3-Z"--XJ_S_-Wr   INTO.   <_--  Whereas, It is desirable lo pass a general by-law to prevent animals from running al large, and to establish a  city pound;  Ho it therefore enacted by the municipal council of Ihe  corporation of the City of Xelson as follows:  1. There shall be established in the cily of N'elson a  c'ty pound, and il, shall be located at such place and on  such premises :is the council shall from time lo time appoint, and it shall be designated as the "city pound," and  the keeper thereof shall be appointed by the council (and  act under the instructions of the chief of police.)  2. It sliall not be lawful I'or any person or persons to  sillier or allow his, her or their horses, mules, oxen, bulls,  cattle, goats, sheep, swine or poultry, or any one or more  of thein, lo run at large within the limits of llie corporation of lhe City of Nelson at any time.  :t. It sliall be lawful I'or the appointed pound keeper  to impound any and all animals mentioned in second  section hereof if found running nl. large wiihin llie  limits of the City of Nelson, and he i.s hereby rapiired to  impound such animals and detain the same until the  owner or owners thereof >h;ill have paid, over and above  any claim for damages for t rcspa.-s and the chargc.s over  and above the penalty alone, where no trespass lias been  committed, the sums following, viz:  l-'or every horse, mule, head of call le. pig, sheep or  goat, the sum of one dollar, and for each fowl llie sum of  twenty-live cenls, which sum shall go lo the pound  keeper for his fee I'or impounding same.  ���I.    Whenever any animal shall have been  impounded-  as aforesaid it shall be the duty of lhe pound keeper, daily, to furnish such animals good and siillicient food, water and shelter, during the whole lime such animals are  impounded, and for mi doing he shall  be entitled  lo demand and receive the following allowances, over nnd  above his fees as pound keeper, as hereinbefore provided,  viz:  For every horse or mule, per dny, Sum.  Kor every oilier animal, per day. al) cents.  For every fowl, per day, 10 cents.  And such allowance as aforesaid may be recovered   with  costs by summary proceedings before lhe  police niairis-  tratc, or any two justices of  r.hc peace having juriMlic-  tion over oU'ences against the by-laws of the corporal ion  of the City of N'elson. in like manner as  lines, penalties  and forfeitures for breach of any by-laws of the slid corporation of the City of Nelson.  /i. II. shall ho the duty of the pound keeper immediately In inform the owner nf any animal impounded of the  i'iict, or if Ihe owner be not known, to advert ise the same  iu one of the local newspapers, and to cause a ipit p-u  thereof. In writing, lo heallixed til the pound gale and  the post ollice. and in In snob notices lo give as nearly as  possible lhe marks, color and probable age of the nnim.-il,  and if, after Ibe expiration of six days from Ihe dale of  such ad vert iscnienl. no owner he found, the pound  keeper shall advertise Ihe sale of such animal by public  auction by posting notices giving nt. least three ilavs notice of the salt-, and shall accordingly sell for Ibe best  price that can he obtained for Ihesamc, unless the owner  of such animal, or some olhcr person on bis or her behalf,  shall, prior to such sale, release the said animal by paving the fees and charges nf the pound keeper, tu'icl tlie  penalty and damages. If any. and the said pound keeper,  after deducting Ills own charges, shall pay the damages,  if any, lo the person entitled thuretn, ami tho peinillv fo  the cily clerk of the said corporation of the City of 'N'elson. and if nut claimed within I hree mouths after being  received by the cily clerk, the same shall become part- of  the general revenue of the corporation of the Cily of N'elson. If the owner or owners of any distress taken while  doing damage, or any person on his or her behalf, shall  appear and dispute the amount of damages claimed, it  shall and may be lawful for the pound keeper to apply lo  the mayor or any one of the aldermen of the said corjior-  ation of the ('iiy of Nelson, who is hereby aiifhorixed and  reuiiircd forthwith to summons throe disinterested inhabitants of the said corporation of the.,City of Nelson,  and such three persons, or any Iwo of them, shall, within  twenty-four hours nl'lcr notice of their appointment as  aforesaid, view the ground and premises upon which the  animal was found doing damage, and shall appraise the  damages oomiiilttcil, and tho determination or award of  a majority of thein shall be conclusive as lo such damage, and they shall, within twenty-four hours after having made lhe view, give in writing lothe pound keeper  a statement, nf the amount of damages so assessed by-  them, and of their lawful fees aiid charges.  II. The owner of any animal mentionedI-in the second  section of this by-law, and taken running at, large within  the limits of the said corporation of the City nf N'elson,  shall pay I.he following penahics over and above the  charged nf the pound keeper, and the damage claimed or  assessed against, such owner as hereinbefore provided,  that- is to say:  For every stallion, live dollars |$">.tl(l.)  For everv other horse or nut re. gelding, colt. Hlh- or  liiule, I wo'dollars (.*.*_,(��>.)  For every'bull, live dollars (S.i.U'l,)  For ever cow or other head of eiil-tle, one dollar (��1.111'.)  For every boar pi-., I wo dollars (ijJ-i.Oli.)  For every other pig, sheep or goal, fifty (5(1) cents.  For every fowl. I wenty-livc. (-J.*i) cents.  To be recovered by summary proceedings before the police magistrate, or any two justices of the  peace having  jurisdiction over oU'ences against the by-laws of the said  corporation of the City of Nelson, either upon the confession of the party complained of, or upon proof upon oath  of one or more credible witnesses.  7.    It shall he lawful for anyone to drive any animal or  poultry mentioned in Ihe second nod fourth sections  of (his by-law if found running at large wiihin the  limits of I be corporalion of (In- cily of N'elson. to I lie city  pound, and such person shall be cnfil led lo be paid the  fees following: l-'or every horse, mule, cow, or oilier  bend of cat tie, pig, sheep i'ir goal..seventy-live (7;"i) cents,  and for every fowl, t'weiily-li vc (2.i| cents; and il shall he  the duty of tlie pound keeper lo impound the same until  lhe pound keeper's fees aud charges, ns allowed by this  by-law, and the fees in this scclion mentioned, have been  paid, and the pound keeper shall proceed in the same  manner with such nistress and pay over the penally in  the same maiuier as directed by the lifth section of this  by-law.  !��. The pound keeper slum be allowed, over and above  the fees hereinbefore mentioned, the following fees, that  is lo say:  l-'or posting up the rei|iiired notices, as provided by lhe  lifth section of this by-law, fifty (;'i(i) cents.  l-'or attending for tlie summons and serving the same  on i he appraisers of damages, seventy-live (7a) cents.  And I'or every sale of distress, lil'ly (al)) cents, and no  more.  !!. If any person, without, lhe authority of law and  without lirst paying Ihe penally, damages and costs,  lakes such animal or animals after being impounded,  out of llie possession of the pound keeper, willioiil. his  consent, such person shall be liable, upon conviction before I he police magistrate, or any two jusl ices of the  peace having jurisdiction over oliences against the bylaws of Hie corporation of the City of Nelson, lo ,he punished therefor by lino nor exceeding lil'ly dollars, or by  imprisonment nol exceeding t wo months, iu addition iii  (be penalties provided for on infringement of the other  provisions of this by-law.  HI. II.shall be lhe duty of the city clerk of the corporation of the City of N'elson to furnish each pound keeper  with a hook in which he sliall enter the.numberand description of every animal impounded by him, wilh ibe  name of the person who took or sent the same to be impounded*, the dny and hour on which he received the  same: the day and hour on which same were redeemed,  and the amount of damages or penult ies and fees paid by  the party redeeming the same, or the proceeds of the  sale, (if any); and each pound keeper shall, on or before  the lirst day of each month in the year, make a return to  lhe said cily clerk, in writing, of the number and description nt all distresses received by him during the  month proceeding such return, wilh the names of the  persons taking tlie same to lhe pound: the amount, received and wneii the same was redeemed, and any other  information he may deem necess-ai-y. which return shall  he vcrilied on oalh.  II. Kvcry pound keeper shall, when making his return on lhe llr-M of each month, pay to the cily clerk of  the said corporation of the City of Nelson, all ninnies received by him during ihe month, which arc directed lo  he paid lo the said city clerk by this by-law. and shall at  all 1 hues produce his books I'or" the ilisped ion of Ihe said  city clerk, or of any mem her of the said council when so  reipiired.  I-J. ll shall be lhe duly of llie pound keeper aud every  member of lhe police force lo ascertain the name or  names of any owner or owners of any animals mentioned  in section three hereol. found running al large wiihin  the city limits, and to lay information before llie police  magistrate, or an} two ."justices of lhe peace having jurisdiction over oliences against 1 be by-laws of the corporation of the Cily of Nelson, against any such owner or  owners for allowing such animal or animals in run at  large wiihin the city limits, and il shall be ihe duly of  the police magistrate, or justices of the peace aforesaid,  to impose a line of not less than live dollars nor more  than twenty-live dollars and costs for each otlcnse, which  line shall be paid lo the cily clerk for cily purposes.  I.V This by-law shall conic into elled im the 1st dav of  June. 1SI7.  II. This by-law shall be cilcd for all purposes as the  "Citv I'ound Uy-law. No, I. 1,SI)7."  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  _3-_r-__,___"Vvr asro. 5.  Whereas, It is deemed expedient to impose a tax upon  the owners, possessors or harborer-* of dogs, and to  provide for the impounding, selling and killing of dogs  on the non-payment of sucn tax by the owners, possessors or Inn-borers thereof:  The municipal council of the corporation of the City of  Nelson enacts as follows:  1. Kvery owner, possessor or harborer of a dog in the  City of Nelson shall annually, on or before lhe luthdayof  June in each year, pay unto llie chief of police, or person  acting as such for the time being, of the said City of Nei-  son, tor the general purpose of Ibe said city, a tax or fee  of one dollar for each male dog and two dollars for each  female dog owned by him. or in his possession, or suffered to remain about his house or premises, and upon  payment of sucli tax shall be entitled to receive from the  said chief of police a metallic plate having raised or  stamped thereon lhe words "U. T. lJ."(city tax paid), and  the ligures indicating the year for which the said lax has  .been paid, together with a number corresponding with  the number under which lhe Said dog is registered in the  book kept for that purpose by the said chief of police.  2. It shall bo the duty of the chief of police, or person  acting as such for the time being.and tbepoiind-keeperof  the said City of Nelson, to impound any dog found running at large iu the said City of Nelson, which is owned,  or in the possession of. or suM'cred to remain about the  promises of any resident of the said city, and for which  such owner, possessor or harborer has not paid lhe tax  or fee re<|uirod of him by clause one of this by-law, in  the public pound of the said city, and of the said pound-  keeper to keep any such dog so in-pounded for seventy-  two hours, and if the owner within the said seventy-two  hours produces to the said pouncl-.koopiT flic receipt of  the said chief of police, or person acting as such for the  time being, showing tluit lax payable on account, of the  said dog hits bt-eti paid, or a metallic plate in accordance  Willi o-lause one of this by-law, and shall also pay lo the  said pound-keeper the sum of one dollar I'or hi-; fee for so  impounding said dog, and twenty-live cents per day for  the expense for keeping and feeding of the said'dog,  then the said dog shall be delivered t.o the said owner or  claimant: otherwise the said dog, at the expiration of the  said seventy-two hours, shall be sold or destroyed by tlie  said chief of police or pound-keeper.  The owner of any bitch in heat who shall sudor or permit the same lo run at large while in that condition shall  be subject to the nt-naltius of this by-law.  ���I. The chief of polioc, or person acting as such for the  lime being, shall, in the months of July and January  ill each yuar, posl up notices in al least six public places  iu the city, warning persons of the provisions of this by-  iaw.  .1. It shall ho the duty of thesaid chief of police, or  person acting as such for the lime being, once in every  month to make a return or report, in writing, to the  municipal council of the corporalion of the City of Nelson, showing the names of all persons who have, during  the preceding month, paid the tax, imposed by lhis bylaw, together with the date of such payment, and the  amount received from each such person, and also once  in every month to pay over to the city clerk all monies  received by him during the preceding month, under the  provisions of this by-law.  (i. Any person refusing or neglecting lo pay such tax,  or guilty of any infraction of any of the provisions of  this by-law shall, upon conviction uefore (bo police nilig-  istrate. or any two justices of tho peace having jurisdiction over alienees- against the by-laws of the City of Nelson,  on the oath or iillirination of any credible witness, forfeit  and pay over at the discretion of the police magistrate or  any two justices of the peace having jurisidictinn over  oliences against the by-laws of the City of Nelson,  convicting, a penalty not exceeding twenty-live  dollars for each ollence, exclu-i vc of costs, and in default,  of payment thereof forthwith, it shall and may be lawful  for I.he police magistrate, or nny two justices of the  peace having jurisdiction over oU'ences against lhe bylaws of the City of Neison, convicting as aforesaid, to  issue a warrant under his hand and seal to levy the said  penalty and costs, or penalty or costs only, by distress  and sale of the oll'eiider's goods and chattels, and in ease  of insullicient- distress to satisfy the said penally and  costs, or penalty or costs only, it shall and may he lawful  for tilts police magistrate, or any two justices of the  iicaoo having jurisdiction over oll'eijces against the bylaws of the City of Nelson, convicting as aforesaid, to  commit the oll'cndcr to any lookup in the said City of  Nelson, or to the district -.j_i.il for any period nol, exceeding one calendar month, unless the penalty and.costs, or  penalty or costs, be sooner paid.  7.   This   by-law shall be cited for all purposes as the  "DogTax My-Lnw, No. 5, 18D7."  THE TFJIBUJ.E BUYS OLD RAGS  Manufactured by The George E. Tuckett & Son Co.  SOLE AGENT, O        T  NELSON, B. C. O.    d  HERALDO,  MONOGRAM,  SCHILLAR  Ltd.       UNION MADE CIGARS  .: MIGHTON  iwnsite [  desire to say that they are not holding any  public auction sale of lots in Slocan City.  Ajry auction sale advertised  is conducted by outside purchasers.  FR^NK FLETCHER, Trustee.  OP  KOOT OK ._I_\.LL STREET. NKI.SON'.   ��  -W GRAY,   Proprietor.  Doors,   Sash,  Band Sawing',   Turned  a carload  I sizes up  arrived and  in stocl  Glass;  Work,  and Office  of Chance's  to 4 by 6 feet.  Engl  lttings.  i  Rolled  Just  General Commission and Manufacturers  ___.G__3_STCI__3S  Groat West Ontineiil JMills.  Pilot MnncUl, JlaniLobii  Tlio K. M. Smilli Hiscuit Kai:loi-y. Victoria, \i. C-  Tlic Virdon Roller Mills, Vinlcn, Mimilobu  Sinilli & Fisclicl. Cigars, St. .loromo, (Jucl>-_  KOOTKNAY AKADQUAI'TKUK, NKLSON, 11.  C.  Charles A. Waterman &. Co.  Office:   Bealey Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  Auctioneers, Real Estate and" General Commission Agents,  .   CUSTOM  BROKERS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC  IMPROVED NELSON  RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE  au/r^  a rd u/a re  DEALEES   I3ST  Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Stoves, Graniteware,  Miners' Supplies.  Tinsmithing FulI stock of Estimates Furnished  and Plumbing Bunders' and Miners' supplies on Application  Having purchased for spot cash the entire stock of Men's Furnishings formerly carried by Fred Williamson on Baker Street,  1 am offering them at greatly reduced prices in order to clear  them off with a rush. This is no fake reduction sale. Call and  see the goods.     The stock is complete in every line.  Baker and Ward Sts.  FRED STEVENSON  BY   THE   DAY WEEK   OR  MONTH  Pleasant Location  Home Cooking  Comfortable Rooms  No Children  Ciirbriiml.u Ktrui:! nuiir Wiinl.  Terms Reasonable MRS.  T.   TODD  Application for Liquor License.  Nol.iiio is liorobysjiviiii |,b;i.t. I.lto inulursiKiicil will, nl  llie ux|iirnlinii of t.birly dnys, apply t<> Ibe slipciidiiii-y  iiuiKi-'l.i-iUu of West ICooluiiay district, fur ii liconso lo  sell liquor bv i_tii.il ul, his hotel at Dour 1'iirk. Lower Arrow lnk.0, I.OHKKT lO'I.K.    ,  .feitcitl this IStliduyof May. |Mu.v2:_.|  Kiln-dried and other Lumber  can now be obtained at the  yard; also Sashes, Doors, Veranda and Newel Posts, Base  and Corner Blocks, Brackets,  Balusters, Mouldings, Etc.,  Etc., at lowest prices.  -1 V _tJJ  ���_������.: itf  ii'*'._--  .*���*>-���  ,,.Lr..,-,-. .. .-ii   ii     ijfi   pi ,   . ti.-i... I.. r-T". v" iv ���-���" ���'_���' ���! ��� 'nan^w-ir*"��� _".�����= ������������".i-ir,1 ���!_ ������..������*-.~i.- ���. ���-,! 1.1. im 11 /���&.T niuuni,* v-'J _i_- .-.'������-���_ sr" _n --"..'���   ������.   -. ���._ i"1 ���   _������ ��� ..���_���." ���������'���*���_��� ������ _���"���������-r *'r'7'''-7'"*irTry-TJ**Tte**"g****K.i'...-^ 'jii,i ', . .-'.'i.. cr^ ���arc*-. _���<'��������� _��� ������'T'"'^Tg.'**Tr^r?ir.'rTS*ryi^V'''*^'*rsn^~'.^.'V".,'.il' '.���"'Xy.. '������"'���".'���'���'i''-' ���"���������.*' _���_ ���������'_���-"*���'-���_*'��� .V '���'������:��� ii" --S-- -.- ���!'1-;-3_*iiS. i'i THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C., S/VTUP.DAY, JUNE 5, 189.1  , Capital,  Rest,  all paid-  up,     -  Sir DONALD A.  SMITH   Hon. GEO.' A. DRUMMOND,.  E   S. CLOUSTON   NT]  .$12,000,000  6,000,000   President   Vice-President   General Manager  _sr_5__i.so_sr beanch  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       IIKANCIIES IN     '  LONDON   (Ens-land),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO,  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  GKANT COMMEKCIAL AND TKAVKr.LF.KS' CREDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  '  DKAFTS  ISSUED    COLLECTIONS MADE; ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  RATE OF INTEREST (at present) 3 Per Cent.  THE   BATTLE   OP   TATTLETOWN.  'Tis nob alone on fields like Waterloo,  Sedan or Gettysburge that the supremest  tragedies of life are enacted.    Ah, no!  Sometimes in our own hearts, sometimes  in our own dining-rooms, sometimes in  our own barrooms, sometimes in our own  churches, sometimes in our own chambers  there are struggles I'or the mastery which  bring out all the qualities transmitted to  us by the ape and tiger.  ' i have read much, indeed J have seen  much, but J never read of a row, a struggle so magnificent and so desperate and  brimming with so much pluck and venom  as the battle I witnessed last Monday.  Alay mine eyes never rest upon the like  again!  As you know, and the world knows, I  live in Tattletown. a typical country village, small, mayhap, and not famous, but  a little world in itself, with its tragedies  and its comedies, its tears and laughter  and it's all sorts of men. Home day J may  introduce you to the village liar, the village saint, the village joker, the village  philosopher, the village ass, the village,  dude, the village tough, the village pooh  bah, the village sneak and tlie rest'of  them; but,jti**t now 1 am full of the great  battle of Tattletown, and until, in fear of  battle, murder or sudden death, to which  we are all more or less liable, I put the  facts on 'paper I will neither feed, sleep  nor work! [  The parties who are the chief actors in  this drama are tlie best people on earth,  ladies upon whom the breath of scandal  has never blown aud who up to last Sunday were the best of friends. MKsus  Jones, Missus Smith and Missus .Robinson  were a sort of three-cornered, scratch-my-  back-and-ril-scratch-yourssocitey. They  were running back and forward all the  time. Mrs. Smith would borrow a dress  pattern from Missus Jones and Missus  Jones would borrow Missus Smith's copper kettle, and Missus Robinson would  send each of them a hunk of fresh pork  whenever her man killed a, hog, and the  three of them traded pumpkin seeds and  onion sets and geranium slips and scandal  every now aud then, and gave themselves  away���oh, there's'the bitterness of it; but  alas, it is different now. They are down  on one another, aud each of them says it  wouldut be well for the other if she told  all she knew; aud, true to Canadian bringing up, the war is,carried even into the;  school, and the vulgar small fry of all  three families won't see one another, if  you please, and if they do it is to stone  one another and fight like the furies.  The trouble was all about the new organ  in the church. That nasty organ /Vasthe  serpent which invaded their Eden and  turned their paradise into a mild kind of  hades. Up to last Sunday it was all congregational singiug, the best way in my  thinking, but the young people got it into  their heads that they would like to be as  smart as the Jericho Junction folks, and  agitated and agitated and agitated, and  kept the whole country in hot water till  they got an orgau, and now look at the  consequence! War, open war and war to  the knife; as the immortal Palafax put it.  These church organs���but why digress?  I will simply tell the awful story and be  shet of it, as Old Man Twilight would say.  After the organ had been carried into  the church during the week, and after  the congregation had adjourned to the  village tavern yard to witness the edifying spectacle of sixteen organ agents  fighting like a pack of wolves, thesuccess-  ful agent preached three Sundays on the  text, "Praise the Lord on wind instruments," and finally sold the cheapest organ for the biggest money. After all this  the question arose, who would play it':*  Missus  Smith put forward her second  girl, Pansy Ann, as a candidate.    Missus  Smith's   dear  hinted   that  friend, Missus Robinson,  Pansy Ann, played dance  music at home and knew more about the  "Arkansas Traveller" than about "Fast  Falls the Eventide," and was more familiar with the tune called the "Devil's Stone  Pile" than she was with the "Kock of  Ages." Next thing we would have hi the  church, she intimated, would be a fiddle,  the devil's own. instrument, and Popery  as well���ah, and they would be winding  up the Sunday evening services with a  song and dance���ah, and she closed up au  eloquent address by nominating her own  daughter, Hollyhock, for the position.  Hollyhock always played sacred music at  home, and the furthest she ever went  away from it was to pump the Alma  march or the Maiden's prayer out of her  poor little melodeon at home.  Missus Jones bobbed up serenely just  about then, and remarked that "neither  of them girls k no wed as much about  music as a dog I. no wed about jography,"  and put her own girl, Juniper Jane, in  nomination.  Then the fun commenced. The poor,  little, inoffensive preacher, who thought  himself out of the woods when the organ  was  finally purchased, found  himself at  once up to his neck in the swamp. Three  parties were formed at once, each side  working desperately for the victory, and  when on Sunday morning a big,-limbed  young woman, with a great deal Of the  white in her eye and a large, damp mouth,  took possession of the organ stool, slam;  med up the cover and pulled out the  stops, the adherents of Juniper Jane were  jubilant, and were the only ones who  joined iu the singing when the fair organist struck up ''Scatter the Seeds of Kindness."  The rest of the congregation- scowled.  They hoped she would make a mis-cue,  slip a cog, cast a shoe, break a wiffletree,  choke the knotter, forget to put the baking powder,vin, throw the colt or go out  of gear���but she didn't! She just pumped  away with both legs and bumped away  with both arms, and froze Missus Smith  and Missus Robinson with a cold, stony  stare that gave the poor things chills and  fever. Mow, the Jones crowd did sing!  Mow old Jones did holler���"Pur-raise  (��'awd!" "Vas���yas!" in the amen corner.  JLow old squire McBloater and the whole  outfit of McBloaters smiled a malicious  smile, and joined their barbarous voices  to the beautiful hymn! And,when the  poor little pee-wee preacher attempted to  describe the torments of the condemned,  they looked over at Missus Smith and  Missus Robinson and groaned. Oh, it  was exasperating!  But this was not the battle of Tattletown���oh, no! That was fought the next  day. You see: Monday is wash-day iu  Tattletown, and this was what happened  last Monday: About S o'clock ante-meridian Missus Smith appeared in her backyard with a huge basket of clothes, and  iiuug out four skirts, three sheets, four  tablecloths, three suits of men's underwear, five aprons and some wash cloths.  Immediately afterwards Missus Robinson  appeared in her back yard with a big  basket, aud huug out six shirts, five  sheets, seven tablecloths, five suits of  men's underwear, five aprons and other  smaller articles too numerous to mention.  I_nter Missus Jones in her back-yard,  and hangs out eight shirts, nine sheets,  seven tablecloths. r ten aprons, men's  underwear galore,' towels, etc., till you  couldu't rest.  First round in favor of Missus Jones.  Time!  Missus Smith came out aud hung four  white petticoats on her line. Missus Robinson promptly went her three better,  but Missus Jones boldly raised the limit,  and hung out nine white petticoats!  Note.- The brave little woman���oh, how  brave, how sacrificing our women can be  in times of dire need and uecessity���had  secretly stepped upstairs, slipped oft her  petticoat, soaked it in water, wrung it  out. and huug it up in triumph. Like the  famous Dutchman, she was prepared to  die in the last ditch.  This move apparently oaraly/.ed the  enemy for a inomeut���but only for a moment. Missus Smith called up her reserves.  She hung out ten specimen*-, of the finest  lingerie in a row. Missus Robinson went  her four better, but Missus Jones, after  slipping up stairs aud removing a white  garment from her modest shoulders, was  able to hang out seventeen of these beautiful articles of commerce, which we sometimes see pictured in the departmental  store advertisements���often on the figure  of a charming girl, who is, bless her sweet  little heart, invariably admiring herself  iu a mirror.  ,'An amateur would have thought that  this would finish the fight���he would  have been mistaken.  Missus Smith came up strong, having  got her second wind, and hung up seven  remarkable looking articles, elegantly  trimmed with lace and insertion. ; Each  was shaped very much like a capital W.  They looked very fine. Missus Robinson,  with a smile of scorn, hung out fifteen W's  as quickly as she could say Jack of that ilk.  There was silence deep as death, and  the boldest held his breath for a time..  The whole village was looking on.  Brave little, sweet little, undaunted little Missus Jones had been praying all day  for night or Juniper Jane. That dear girl,  who was out teaching music, saw the  battlefield from afar���saw the three  mighty brigades flauuting in the wind,,  took-it all in with her feminine eye, and  understood. Then she drove round to her  aunt Maud's, her aunt Susie's, her aunt  Mary Ann's, and came galloping home  with a great bundle m her buggy. Five  minutes after Missus Jones, with her  mouth Full of clothes-pins, hung out thirty-  three W's!!  Missus Robinson fled precipitately from  before this broadside, 'and took to her  room, where she laughed and cried, tapped  the floor with her heels, opened and shut  her hands and eyes rapidly, and so forth ;  but she might have died for all the vil-,  lagers cared���they were watching the  duel outside. In a few minutes buggies,  road carts and messengers were rushing  hither and thither. Napoleon was marshalling the Old Guard. The an* shook  with cries of vive la empereur. Up went  their banners, and thirty-three W's and a  tablecloth waved in the sky. Jumper  Jane gazed on that great array and then  her mother, in whose undaunted eyes the  tears were gathering.  "Mother," cried Juniper Jane, "curfew  shall not ring tonight!" .  She went deliberately upstairs, and  came down again dressed chiefly in her  brother's ulster. The two women put a  couple of dainty white garments to soak,  wrung them out, and gave one more  chemise and one more W to the battle  and the breeze.  One, two. three, four, live, six, seven,  eight, nine, ten! the fatal gong sounded,  and, as the sun went down,Missus Jones,  cold, shivering but victorious; fell into  her daughter's arms and was carried up  to bed, where they put hot water bottles  to her feet. ���  Brave   little   Missus    Jones!     Vive   la  Reine!   Hoch, hoch, frau. frau!  Such was the battle of Tattletown!  ���The Khan.  The Crow's Nest  Pass Bailway and  The Sloean River  Bailway  ��� are to be built during the year  1S97. Construction work has  already commenced on the last  named. These two roads with'  the two already having terminals at Nelson will make Nelson  the railway center of Southern  British Columbia. Real estate  in   railway centers  rapidly  in-  c creases in value���often more  rapidly than stocks in undeveloped mines���and Nelson will  be no exception.     The foliow-  ' ing described property is choice  and the prices such as to insure  purchasers   against   making' a  9  B, C.  Will' start about March ' 15th  with about double its former  capacity in all departments.'  7,000,000 ' feet of logs under  contract for early delivery.  No. ma  Certificate  of  the   Registration  of a   Foreign  -^���-Company."  'Co.vi-.'Nn-s' Act," 1-ai-t  I v.. an*i> Amending Act?.  'KOOTENAY     MINING    COMPANY,     LIMITED"     (KOKEIOX.)  IS'17  The Planing Mill  and Factory  Is now running full time nuclei* the management  of C. K. Uoty. u competent draughtsman and  mechanic who will furnish special drawings free  of charge.      ,          '  New Designs  In house interiors, ollice and store fixtures, dado  work, mantles, brackets, mouldings, book cases,  furniture, turnings, carving, grill work, and band  sawing. Orders for all such work executed in an  artistic manner.  One Car Glass  Direct from Belgium expected this month, /lough  and dressed lumber, laths, etc., always in stock.  losing:  NELSON   PROPERTY  Price  !)0xl20 feet on Baker street, with 2-story  ollice building.   Terms 55,250  50x120 feet on "Vernon street, with 2-story  business block.   Terms   25x120 feet on Vernon street with improvements.   Terms   100x120 feet on Vornon street (a corner) with  improvement:-.   Terms   50x120 feet at corner of Ward and Hoover  streets, with 10-room dwelling house. All  modern conveniences.   Terms   25x120 feet on Victoria street, with 2-story  dwelling.    Tonus   021x120 feet on Victoria street, with cottage  Terms   25x120 feet corner Victoria and Hendryx  streets.   Terms    5,560  1,400  ,"),500  4,000  2,200  750  Two Cars Sash  and Doors   Yard and branch oflicc foot of Ifcndryx Strc  Nelson.  G. 0. BUCHANAN  Registered the 23rd day of February  T IIKI-KBV CERTIFY that 1 have this day registered  J- the "Kootenay Alining Company, Limited."(Foreign),  under the ���'Companies Act". Part IV.." "Registration of  Foreign Companies, and Amending.AcU."  The Head Olllco of the said Coin mm v i.s situated rt  the City of Tiu-onia, in the State of Washington. U. S. A.  The objects for which the .Company is established  are:  To own. operate, and conduct a mining business for the  purpose of milling g.rld, silver aud other precious metals,  in the State of Washington and liritish Columbia; to develop mines, construct stamp mills and blast fun/aces, or  smelters, water Humes, dykes, ditches, and other improvements necessary to carry ou and operate a general  mining business to acquire, use, or dispone of properly,  whether real, personal, or mixed, and to sell or morlguge  the sum-; to construct, maintain, and operate lines of  railroad for (lie purpose of transporting ores or mineral  deposits of any character, to and from the- mines of this  Company; to buy and sell, own and hold real estate,  mines or mining claims, waler or water rights, Humes or  ditches; lo buy bonds, stocks or mortgages, or security  of individuals, or other corporations: io erect, maintain  and operate a smelter aud rc-linery, and lo construct all  buildings and machinery necessary for the reduction of  mineral deposits from the. sime of nature to a rellned  metal, and to perform such other acts and things as may  be necessary to carry out the objects and pin poses of this  corporation.  ���The capital stock of the said Conipany is $2,000,000  divided into 2.000.000 shares of the par value of ��1 each.  Given under my hand and seal of ollice, at Victoria,  Province of Hrilish Columbia, this 2,'ird day nf Februarv,  1807. S. Y. WOOTTON.,, "  |May 15th] Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  NOTICE TO JOINT  STOCK  COMPANIES.  International Navigation & Trading Co.,  LIMITED,  STEAMERS INTERNATIONAL AND ALBERTA  ON   ICOOTEXAY   UKK ANI>   KlVl'lt ,  Time   Card   in   effect   .May    Kith,  1SC'7.    ll.iily   except'  Sunday.   Subject to change without notice.  Leave Kaslo foi Nelson and  way points, daily  except .Sunday  5:30 u.m.  Arrive at Northport 12:15 p.m.  Arrive at Rossland     3:10 p m.  Arrive at. Spokane (j:0H p.m.  Leave Nelson for Ivaslo and way points, daily  except Sunday ' .- .">:C0 p.m.  Leave Spokane    8:00 a.m.  Leave Rossland  : 10:30 a.m.  Leave Noilhport   1:50 p.m.  Close connection at Five-mile Point with all passenger  trains of tho N. & F. S. R. It. to and from Northport,  Rossland and Spokane. <,-  new si:i-vi_i: on koo-ii'nav lake.  Lea vc Nelson for Kaslo. etc., Tuesday. Wcdnes-  Thur.-day, Friday, Saturday 8:,'W a.m:  Arrive at Kaslo  12.-3U p.m.  Leave Kaslo for Nelson, etc., Monday. Tuofcday.  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 5:00 p.m.  Arrive at Nelson ...: U:00 p.n*.  lin.NXI-l-'S l-f-l-lty AXIl KOOTENAV KIVER SEI'Vlcl".   11:00 p m.    7:00 a.m.   11:30 n.iii.       1:10 p.iii.    5:00 p.m.   10:00 p m.  with trains cast  Leave Kaslo, Saturday   .Arrive at Boundary. Sunday    Arrive at Bonner's Ferry, Sunday  Leave Bonner's Ferry, "Sunday .'.  Arrive at. Boundary, Sunday '   Arrive at Kaslo, Sunday   Close connection at Bonner's Ferry  S50  OUTSIDE   PROPERTY  Price  An undivided one-fourth interest in Trout  Lake City townsite, in Lardeau district.  Terms '.  3,000  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  J. C. BLANDY & CO., Proprietors,  _3 ___. I-ITO "CTB  This  famous and delightful   summer  resort   has been  taken over  by the above  firm and will  be conducted in the future in a first-class manner  GOOD SHOOTING AND FESIjiNC  LAWN TENNIS GROUNDS  COOL PIG-NIC GROVES  PARTIES PROVIDED  Office:   Corner Vernon and  Ward streets. Nelson. B.  O.  0 0  The business centre for the  mines on  Springer Creek  Slocan  Lake.    This  is  the  richest districts in  Columbia.  rich  and  one of  British  RATES:   ��2 00 AND S2 .10 PER DAY.  :t  ll JL  500 Men to  drink cool,  sparkling,  refresh itig  I* T^I-JlLjjEv;  For Two Bits a .Quart  Come and  Rush the Pitcher  c. F.  Lots $100  $500 each  Ffy\NK FLETCHER,' Trustee.  C00DWIN,  PROPRIETOR  THE TREMONT  _STE!I_SO_>T  MALONE & TRKGILLUS, Proprietors."  Is one of the best hotels in Toad Mountain district, and  is the headquarters for prospectors and miners.  QfiAND VIEW HOTEL  FaaEiDEiaE-iCTO-sr  TOAD MOUNTAIN  MINING STOCK FOR SALE  100,000 shares of stock in the Hansard  Cold and Copper Mining Company.  50,000 shares in the Kootenay Development  Company.  100,000 shares in the White Grouse  irjg Company.  Min-  l-'c>r further  information tipply In  R. E. LEMON  Nelson, B. C.  Clements &. Hillyer lihick.  A New Typewriter���Made by a Canadian, Firm,.  We have had the pleasure of looking over the New  Kinpire Typewriter, a Canadian made machine, and 11 ml  it a marvel of simplicity through which the makers claim  durability. The types strike direct, moving only two  inches on a steel bed, giving speed and great manifolding  power. Each type at time of writing is locked, ensuring  perfect alignment. The writing is visible doing away  with the lilting of a heavy carriuge; the touch is easy,  the response quick and the type do not appear lo lock.  Ruling vertical and horizontal may be done on it and the  price is less than half that of other standard machines.  So confident arc the'makers of the success of theii machine they will refund the money of any unsatisfied purchaser after a ten days' trial. The Thomson Stationery  Company of Vancouver and Nelson aro to be congratulated on securing the general agency for li. C. The machines seem to us to be at the top in merit and bottom in  price. ��� .       , ���������  D. T. MORICE, Proprietor.  Excellent accommodation furnished the traveling public  Prospector's and miner's supplies kept on hand.  BUILDING  LOTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed XV. .1. G. Dickson local agent for  Addition A to the townsite of Nelson, intending purchasers of lots, or persons wishing information, plans, or  price-lists of the addition, will please apply to him.  -.'���-.    K. C. INNKS.  W. J. G. DICKSON  REAL   ESTATE  .A-isriD coavciynissionsr ___g-:e__-TT  .   _vm_-*ri_srG* B_-.o__c_r_R   .  HKAL-KY BLOCK, HAKICR STUKKT. NELSON'.  C-   IEL  DOT"Y"  __Z___S_1,0,   B.C.  PPT  L_, \��/   I  CORRESPOND F.NCK SOLICITED.  __A___  e~w"-A.:r,t  Near corner Victoria and Stanley streets  Views of all parts of Kootenay  Photographs in the latest styles  Guarantee satisfaction  Mrs. Johnson.  FOR SALE.  Several valuable  business sites on Baker St.  Business block���two stores���Baker street.  Business   block���three stores all rented���on  two 30-foot lots, with offices above.  Residence  lots, 50 teet frontage, Vernon St.  Apply to W. J. G.  DICKSON.  MUSIC   LESSONS  UfHiiii (i. Clements- & Hillyer Hlock. Nelson  Mrs. Morley -is prepared Lo  receive pupils for piano, violin  or organ.     For terms  Apply to Thomson Stationery-Co., Ltd.. Nelson  VFCTORIA ASSAY OFFICE  t    28 Hroad Street, Victoria. II. C. ,  Gold ��1  Silver     1  Lead    I  Copper     :  Other metals on application. All samples to be sent  carriage paid and clearly marked, and to be advised by  letter enclosing chargon.  Gold and Silver SI 50  Lead and Silver    1 50  Copper, Silver. Gold..  X IK)  rpiIE following section, numbered Oil, of the "C.'oinpa-  ���*��� nies Act. 1_!I7." relative to lhe issue of a free miner's  certificate is published for Ihe information of .HUNT  STOCK COM I'AN IES. JAM KS MAKER.  Minister of Mines.  Provincial Secretary's ollice. llth Mav. ISII7.  F0P[  1(11. Notwithstanding anything io (he contrary in section I of (he "mineral Act. ISi'li," or section l' of the  ������Placer Mining Act, ISill," in* elsewhere in the said Acts  or other the mining laws of the province, no free miner's  certificate shall be issued loii.lnint Stock Company for a  longer period than one year, and such cert ilk-ate' shall  date from the .'lilth day of .lune in each year: and every  free miner's certillcate held by a Joint Stuck Company  at the passing of lhis Act nhall be valid and existing until and shall expire on the 'illth day of June, I.SII7. L'pon  applying to renew any such certificate nn or before the  ,'imh day of June, the Joint Stock Conipany shall be entitled lo a rebate of a proporlinnate amount, of the fee-  paid I'or a certillcate heretofore issued according to the  further lime for which il would but this scclion have  been valid. , I May 2'imi]  Ei>l*<j.rrio.v, Oi-i-ici:.  Victoria, oth May, 1S97.  NOTICE is hereby given t lmf tlio uumml examination of candidates I'or certillcalcs of <|iialiflcation to  teach in the public schools of the province will he held as  follows, commencing- on Friday, July 2nd, I8H7, at S:lo  a. iu :  Victoria���In South Park School Building  Vancouver���In High School Huilding.  Kuinloop'���In Public School Huilding.  Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty days before the examination, stating the cla-sand grade of cer-  lilicatc I'or whicli he  will  be a candidate, the optional  subjects selected, and at which of the above named places  he will atrend.  Every notice of intention lo he an applicant must be  accompanied with satisfactory testimonial of moral  character.  Candidates arc notilled that all of the above rcouirc-  nients must be fullliled before their applications can be  filed.  All candidates I'or l-'ir-t Class, Grade A Certificate.1*,  including Graduates, must attend in Victoria to take the  subjects prescribed for July l*_th and i:itli instants, and  to undergo rc<|iiiri-d oral examinations.  ... D. POPK. Superintendent of Education.  bound, leaving .-pnk-i.no 7.-J0 a.m.. and" west bound, arriving at Spokane 7:00 p.iii.  Throuf-h  tickets  sold at,  lowest  rates and  baggage  checked to all United btntes points.  GKOI-GJ. ALEXANDER.' General Mnnngcr.  Kaslo, May loth. 1SS7. Head Oillce at Kaslo, H.C.  Spokane Fails & Nop.Iierii,  Nelson & Fort Sheppard,  Bed Mountain Railways.  Trje only all rail rcute without change of cars  between Nelson an,d Rossland, ar-d  Spokar-e artd, Rossland.  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.  Leave  h':olla.m..  10:;")0 a. m  S:0U a.in..  Arrive   NELSON 5:3.-- p.m.  .... ROSSLAND :i:10 p.m.   SP01-C.ANE (���.OO-i. m.  FERRY, WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT.  SEALED PROPOSALS, properly endorsed, will be received by lhe Honorable Chief Ciiiniiii*:siouer of  .Lands and Works up<to noon Thursday, 17th June next.:  for the right to maintain and operate a ferry across the  Columbia river al. Waterloo Landing, and within a limit  of two-miles above and .below that place, for a term of  live years from 1st July next.  Proposals must give a description of Die size and kind  of-.boat'intended to be used,the mode of propelling the'  same, and the various rates of toll proposed to be collected, and give t.hc names of two persons who are willing  to execute a bond for ��.0011 to secure the faithful carrying  out of the contract..  Tho competition will be on the rate of tolls and the  amount of bonus lo be paid to the government, annually  for the exclusiveprivilegc of operating a ferry. A certified check to cover the amount of the lirst year's bonus  must accompany the propositi.  All ollicers of the government, wilji their animals and  freight.'to-pass free. \\".S. GORE.  Deputy 'Commissioner, of Liinds-S: Works.  Lands and Works 'Department, Victoria, British Columbia, May-Jllth, 1SII7. |Miiy-i!llh|  Pas=engers for Kettle liiver nnd Boundary Creek connect at Jlarcus with stage daily.  f;  Columbia & Kootenay Branch  CANADIAN  No. 3 | No. 1  PACIFIC   RAILWAY.  STATIONS  No. 2 | No. 4  th.'IO Leave Nelson  Arrive 11:15  9:15     n        Koolenay      ���    14:1,0  1u:(j0     ti      ..Forty-nine Creek..     M    13:45  10:25      Slocan         ���    13:02  11:15 Arrive Robson Leavo 12:30  21:15  -1:10  20:4;"  2(l:2C  l!)::-.0  Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 1 run Tucdays, Thursdnvs, and  Saturdays.  No. 1 connects wilh steamer for Trail Creek.  No. 3 connects with steamer for Airowhcad.  No. 2 awaits arrival of .-tenner from Arrow head.  No. I awaits arrival of steamers from 'I'ruil Creek.  Close connection at Nelson with sleamci^ to and frcm  lake points.  J. HAMILTON, Trainmaster and Agent.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway.  DAILY SERVICE.  Leave   8:00 a. in   i,        S:3li a. in   ii !):3lia. Ill   ii !l:51 a. m   n 10:03a. m ...,  >��� 10:18a. m .  ..  ii       10:30 a. in   t,       10:3!) a. in   Arrive 10:50 a. in    Kaslo    . South Fork   . ..Sproule's ...  .  . Whitewater...  .. Rear Lake   . MeGuignn   ... Railey's   ... Junction   ... .Sandon   .An vc S-.V) p. m.  ii 3:15 p. in.  ii 2:15 ]). in.  .     ,. 2:00 p. m.  .     i, l:ISp. in.  ii 1:33 p. in.  ii 1:21 p. in.  ti 1:12 p. in.  .Lea* e  1:00 p. in.  K. XV. -BRYAN, Superintendent.  ROBERT IRVING, Traflic Manager.  CORPORATION  OF THE  CITY OF NELSON  TENDERS FOI? PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS.  Notice   of  Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  TAMAItA'CMf   -MIXKItAI.   CLAIM.  S1TUATIC    IN*   TIIK   NELSON  .. MINING DIVISION* OK   WliST  KOOTKNAY   DISTKICT.   AVl'l  l.OCATKM AllOUT ONK AND  A   HALK  MILKS,XOHTIIKAST  OK THK MOUTHOK   WILD  1IOKSK (JUI-'KK,   AT    ITS    l-'.V-  THAN'C'K  INTO SALMON  K1VKK.  Take notice that I, W. 1). Mackny. P.L.S., ncent for.I'-hii  W. Ilandleh. free - miner's certificate No. 75,110. intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, lo apply to. the'.mining  recorder for a-certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim. And  further take notice that action, under section 37, must be  taken before the issuance of such certificate of improvements;' XV. li. MACKAY.  '���Dated, this 28th day of April. 1S87. (May 1st.  Tenders for detailed plans, specifications and estimates of cost of systems of water works and sewerage  for the city of Nelson will be received till ,S p. m. on  .Monday; .lime 28th. 1807. Data can be obtained at the  ollice of the city engineer in Nelson. .-'..'.  The sum of Five Hundred Dollars will'he paid for accepted plans.  Maik tenders, ���'Tenders for Plans and Specifications  Water Works and Sewerage,'' tiud address them.to "The  ���Jlnvor, Citv of Nelson. Nelson, liritish Columbia."  CIIAS. K. SEA LEY., Citv Clerk.  Dated May 2(lth, 181)7.  CORPORATION  OF THE  CITY OF NELSON  TENDERS FOR DEBENTURES.  Tenders will be received by Ibe undersigned for d"ben-  - lures of the City of Nelson, lo the amount-of Fifty Thousand Dollars (S.W.OOO). running twenty years and bearing  interest at the rale of live per cent per annum, payable  semi-annually.' Principal mid-interest- payable at the  Hank of Montreal, Montreal. Quolice. No tender for less  than ninety-live per centum of l.lu; par valu-* of the debentures will be considered. The successful, tenderer  must deposit the amount, of tender iu lhe Hunk.of .Montreal. Nelson, without cost lo the City of Nelson. Debentures will he i-suecl in dcnoininatiaiis of one thousand  dollars. Tenders will be received until 8 p. in. on Monday. June *_.SIli. 1807. Mark tiuulers, "Tenders for Debentures." and address John Iloustnn. Jlavor. Nelson,  liritish Columbia. JOHN HOUSTON'. Mayor.  Dated .May 2lit,h, 18117.   ' [May 2!lth|  Notice of Application to Purchase Land.  Sixty days after date I. the undersigned, intend to apply lo lhe chief-coinmiMiioucr of lands and works for  permission to. purchase the undermentioned tract of  land :  ���_ ���_  l-KSCHII-TIO.V.  Commencing at a post marked "C.St.H.. SE." pla 1 at  the.head of !l mile point on the south shore of tlie outlet  of Kootenny lake, thence 10 chains south, thence 10  chains wesl. more, or less, to ilit* outlet of Kootenay lake,  thence following 'he -hore to tlie point of couimi.-nt.-c-  ment. WM acres more or Ic.-s.  CHARLES St. HARHK.  Nelson. 2lfh of May. 1807. IMuyJ'l.]  Notice   of  Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  MOOXSTOXK  AND   IIIOHT   IIOWKU  MIXEUAL CLAIMS. KITl*-  ATE   IN TIIK -AINSWOKTII   .MININO   DIVISION   OK WIST  KOOTKNAY    DLSTUICT.   AND    LOCATKI)     AllOUT   TllltKK  . OL'AKTKU.S OK A MILK SOUTH   OK   I.AHHO, AND   OX   11IK  WEST SIIOHK OK KOOTENAY LA til*.'  Take notice that I. J. Ilerrick McGregor, acting as  agent for the Victoria Mining & Development Company.  Limited Liability, free miner's certilieale No. 77.518, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply to the mining  recorder for a ccrlilleale of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claims. And  further take notice thataction, under section 37, must be  commenced before the issuance of such certillcate cf improvements. J. HERR1CK  JlcGREGOR.  Daled. this 21sl day of April, 1807. (May Pth]  Notice   of  Application   tor   Certillcate   of  Improvements.  THE TENNESSEE MINKUAL CLAIM. SITUATE IX THE NKLSON MININO. DIVISION* OK WEST KOOTENAV 'IIISTKICT.  AXD LOCATED AIIOI'T TIIHKE AXD A MALI-* MILKS  NOKTII (II-* TIIK HKADWATI'HS OK OCA UT/. CltEl K, A  TIUIIUTAIIV OK TIIK .SALMON* K1VEU. AXD AHOL'T ONK  AXD A Ol.WltTKI- MILES WEST KHOM THE NELSON AND  KOItT SIIKI'I'AKII!  I-AII.WAY.  Take notice that I. P. Wilson, acting as agent for the  Hamilton,;': Rossland Oold Min ing Company. Limited Liability, free miner's certificate No. 7!i.'i2ii. intend sixty day.-i  from the dale hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a  cerlificate of improvements, for t he pin po.-e of obtainii g  a crown grunt, of the above claim. And further tnk��-.  notice that, action, under section 37. must be commenced  before the issuance of such certillcate of improvements.  P.  K. WILSON.  Dated, this lib day of .May, 18P7. IMnySthj  NOTICE.  Application  for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will apply  lothe Hoard of Licensing Conitiii-sioiii-r.s of the Cily of  Nelson, al. their next sill ing, for a license to --ell li<|Uor at  retail at his hotel, situate on Lots ���;:( mid 21 Hlock (iii.  Nelson. ADOLI'IIK  LAl'OINTF.  Dated at Nelson, H. C. May 27th. 18117. |Mny -Kithi  Application   for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given thai, llie undersigned will at the  expiration nf thirty days, apply to the stipendiary magistrate of Wesl Kootenay district, for a license to sell  lienor bv retail at his hotel, known as the Hotel Ymir at  Ymir. li. C. O. II. HI'RDF.N.  Parties having any claims upon the following lots in  tin; townsile of "-ilverttiii. are rc(|Uesl<d to communicate  with R. H. Kerr, of New Denver, at once.  Lots 12. l.'i and 22. Hlock :'.'���'  Lots It! and 17. Hlock II.  Lots l.'i. II and 22. Hlock 7.  Lots II. ITiaiid III. Hlock II.  Lots 12. Claud II. Hlock IS.  Lois II and 12. Hlo.-k 21.  Lou II and 12. Hlock 20.  Lots 11. 12, 2,'land 21. Hlock II.  Lots.'land I. Hlock l.'i.  Datetl May 22ml. I8'.)7.  (May 22nd|  JSTOTICE.  Dated, May 2!lth. IS'JT.  |May _!lihi  NOTICE.  Notice is hercbv given that. Ihe undersigned has  severed his connection with the business of the Kooteniiy  hotel, Vernon si reel. Nel-on, and from lhis dale will not  he responsible for any debts or obligations contracted by  the management of the Kootenny hotel.  WILLIAM   PKTKRSON.  Nelson, H. ('.., May I2l.h. 1807. |May 15t.li)  The business of the Nelson'Soda. Water Factory has  been purchased by E. P. Whalluy. to whom all accouins  are payable. All debit- and liabilities incurred by tlie  company prior to .May Llth. will be paid bv W. s.'Asb-  pitt-1. WALTF.R S. A'SIIPITFL.  K. PICKCY  WHALLKY.  Dated at Nelson. H. C. this l.M'n dav of Mav. IS*7.  NOTICE OF MEETING.  An extraordinary general meeting of the Cou-'uinc's'  Waler Works Company. Limited, of Nelson, li. C, *<ill  beheld in the Pbair Hotel. Nelson, on Vonihiy. June 71 h.  I8II7. at l2o'clock noon. The object of the meetiin: is tit  ratify the sale of the company's plant and fiamhi-c tit  lhe corporation of the Citv of Nelson.  F. S. BARNARD.  President of Consumers' Water Works Company.  Application for Liquor License.1  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, at  the-expiration of' thirty days, apply to the stipendiary  nuigistrate of West Kootenny disln'el for a license to  sell lif|iior bv retail at his hotel at Quart/. Creek, known  nslheCosmnpolitiinhotcl. JOHN  W. SMITH.  Daled this tilth dav of Mav. |.May 2*2.J  ,V iVffSjr:  -._���'*��������� ".SpX  .<-.-jmw<-Vi*'-".t  ������& ',*������������ -wf-V  1:.'J<* _.��-.-������  : *�� :��*l7c._f' '  vi-s-V'1:?  -V-v'-'l.'--  ;._������:ijrfi __-  ��%������_'��� ������!>-���_.���������  ���'"���.-..lS'.���:���^, ���  -!*i%:*to  fc_.,.��.*--T.".  tfe^c^^ THE' TEIBUNE:   NELSON, B. 0., SATURDAY, JUNE r>.  1S97.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  ���Shortly after 11 o'clock Tuesday night  policeman luce discovered two men issuing from the rear of l-'u--s_Il 6c Thurmun's  wholesale cigar" house on Btiker street.  Their movements were suspicious and Lhe  policeman innitedi.'iLoly eloped with one of  them, who carried a 6;tg. The bag was  found to contain fourteen boxes of cigar.s,  and the man carrying it was promptly  locked up. The-prisoner gave his name  as James McDonald. lie was arraigned  before stipendiary magistrate FiL/.stubbs  on Wednesday tint! remanded for seven  days. The police consider the chances  good for catching .McDonald's companion  in crime. J_nLr;iuce to lt.UH.scll 6c Thnr-  man's was effected by forcing the lock of  the back door, and as there are thirty  boxes of cigars missing, it is supposed that  the burglars were making lheir second  trip when run clown by policeman Ince.  Charles and Arnold Monroe this week  had a, most remarkable assay on rock  taken from tlie Catharine mineral claim,  situated about two miles easb of Hall  creek and about 12 miles from Nelson'.  The assay was made by A. -ll. lloldich, of  the Hall Mines, and returned -12 per cent  copper, $2 20 in gold and over 11 ounces in  silver.  It is reported that Henry Rose Bellamy  is organizing a co-operative prospecting  company, the object of which company  will be the staking of prospectors and the  sharing with them iu their discoveries.  The provincial government has started  seven men clearing out the long trail  from Pilot Bay to Fort Steele. This trail,  which occupied practically three years in  building, was only completed last fall.  The present trouble was caused by a number of slides coming down and some fallen  timber.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON.  _3-_r-:__.__.'w _sro.  A hy-law to regulate (he  issuance of  Licenses  I'or the  several  Trades,  Occupations.   Professions  ami  Businesses iherin wet  forth.  The municipal council of lhe Corporation of lhe City of  Nelson enacts us follows:  1. From and after the passing of (his by-la wevcry person using orfollowing any of the trades, o'ct-u pa lions, professions or businesses herein mentioned within the limits  of the Cily of Nelson shall take out a periodical license  t hei-efor. tor such period as is herein sel fori li. paying for  such license such periodical sum as is herein spucitled.  which said 011111 shall be paid in advance to the person  authorized to collect such slims for  the niunicipiili't ���-.  (1) Kvery person vendingspiritousort'eriueiited litpiors  by retail, lor each house or place where sucli vending is  carried on. two hundred and lifiy dollars for every six  months.  (���_> Kvery person nol having a retail license under subsections (ll or (11 or (al of this clause, who sells, barters or  Ir-iltU's by retail in fermented, spiritous or other litpiors  in a shop, store, or place other t nan an inn, saloon, ule or  beer house, or other house of public eiilerlainnicnt. in  quantities of not less than a reputed pint.'hotlle at ,-iny  one time lo any one person, wncre the liquor is al Hie  . time of sale laKen oft (he premises in Hie original package or hotlle, for each hou��e or place wheresucli vending  is carried ou. two hundred dollars for every six months.  (I) Kvcry person not having ii retail license asahove.  and vending spiriluiis or fermented liquors by wholesale.  Unit is lo say. m quantities of not less than i wo gallons,  for each house or place, llfty dollars for every six months.  (Il Kvcry person who keeps a restaurant.'and supplies  beer or porter or wines with meals, antl mil otherwise,  llfty dollars lor every six months.  (;'>i Kvery person vending wines, spirits. \lt.in- or other  fermented or intoxieiiling liquor by retail in any binding  in Use as an hotel, and containing not less than I liirly  rooms acliiallv furnished antl iisetl for hotel purposes, one  Hundred and lil'ly dohars for every six mouths.  (ii) Kvcry person keeping a saloon or building where a  billiard table is used for lure or prolit. five dollars for  each table for every six: months.  Id Kvery person keeping a bowling alley or rille gallery, twenty dollars for every six mom lis.  (_] Kvery person .-elling opium, except chemists mid  druggists using the same in preparation of prescript ions  of medical pnu-tiiioners. one hundred dollars for every  six months.  (in Kvery person carrying on the business of a wholesale, or of a wholesale antl retail nierchaiiL or trader, ten  dollars I'or every six months.  (IU) Kvcry retail trader, five dollars for every six  months: such two last mentioned licenses to enable' the  person paying tho same lo change his place of business at  pleasure, out not lo carry on business al t wo places al lhe  same lime undcroiie license.  (II) Kvery hawker or peddlnr. lil'ly dollars for every  six months.  (I.) Kvery person who either on his own behalf or as  agent I'or another or others, sells, solicits, or takes orders  for sale the by retail, of goods, wares, or merchandise, to  bo supplied or furnished oy any person or firm doing business outside of llie municipality, lifty dollars I'or evcry  six mouths.  (I.'il    Kvcry person   who  keeps  or carries on a public  wash-house or laundry, live dollars for every six in tint lis.  (Ill    Kvery person carrying on the business of a pawnbroker, one hundred and  twenty-live dollar.!  for every  six months.  (I.l) Kvery owner or owners of cabs, buggies, wagons,  carts, carriages, omnibusses, and other vehicles kept for  hire, t wo dollars and lil'ly cenls per lin If year for every such  vehicle: Provided that no person or t-ompanv holding  four licenses under lhis sub-section shall be liable at the  same time lo lake out or pay for a license in i-cspculof the  livery .stable at. which the vehicle mentioned.'in .such  license is kept.  (Hi) Kvery iivcry stable keept:r. ten dollars, for even-  six months.  (17) Kvery person owning a pack-animal, tlrav, wagon  or omnibus:, used in transporting goods antl passengers,  or either, for prolitor hire, two dollars antl lil'ly cents for  every six months.   .  (IS) Kvcry person currying on. on his own account'.'the  business of a banker, lifty dollars for every six months.  (Ill) Kvery person piiicricingas a barrister or solicitor,  twelve dollars and lil'ly cents for every six months.'  (���_()) Kvery person..'other Ihan a barrister or solicitor,  who has taken out a license to practice as such, following  the occupation of a conveyancer, land agent, insurance  agent, or.mining broker, twelve ilollarsHntl lifiy cenlsfor  every six months. ....*..  (21) Kvery auctioneer, not being a - government ollieer  selling by auction government properly, or sheriff or  sheriffs ollieer. or baililf selling lands, good's or chattels  taken in execution or for the satisfaction of rent, or I axes,  in addition to any other license before mentioned, lift v  dollars for every six months.  \2i\ ��� Kvcry person who exhibits a public circus or menagerie. Iwo hundred dollars for each dav of such exhibition.  . 1.;!) From the proprietor, lessee or manager of any theatre, concert, hall, or other place of amusement, entertainment or ex hi hi lion, in-cording to the seating capacity  of such theatre, concert hail or other place of aniuseiiienl',  cnlci-tainiiicnl or exhibition, allowing twenty-two inches  for each scat, the amounts following:  (a.) l-'or every such place seating nine hundred and  seventy-five persons.or more, nn amount not. exceeding  three hundred dollars for one year, or nol exceeding one  hundred dollars for three months, or not exceeding lil'tv  dollars for otic month, or unl exceeding live dollars for  one day.  (b.i Y'o'r every siu-h place scaling less ihan nine hundred and sevenl v-live persons, on amount not exceeding  two hundred dollars for one year, or not exceeding seventy-live dollars fur ihree months, or nut exceeding forty  . dollars fin-one month, m- not exceeding live dollars for  one day. All licenses issued under the provisions of tliis  sc.h-seclioii .-'.hall lie known and dcsigiialc-d as "theatre  licenses," bin no license shall he required in respect of  any exhibition, concert, or other cnierl.-iiiiiiient. for the  bcnclit of an> church, school, or hospital, or any charitable enter!nimneiits by any ainaleiir dramatic association  or literary society.  (.11 l-j-oiu every person following, within the municipality, any trade, occupation or calling not, hereinbefore  enumerated, or who enters into, or carries on. any contract or agreement to perform any work, or furnish any  material, live dollars for every six months: Provided, always, ihnt no person employed us a journeyman, or I'or  wages only, and not employing any other poison or persons or not lin ving a. regular place of business.'shall he  subject to the provisions of I his sub-section.  (-.���'11 Kvcry telephone company and electric light company, lil'ly dollars for every six mouths;  <*_������* For a license to exhibit wax works, circus riding,  rope walking, dancing, tumbling, or other ,-icrcbatic or  gymn.-iKlic performance, wild animals or hippodrome,  sparring, boxing, sleight of baud, legerdemain, .jugglery,  orother like tricks, pictures, paintings, statuary, works  ol'iirl. natural or artificial curiosities, tableaux, wonderful animals or freaks of- nature, or.any other exhihi-  bilion kept- for hire or prolit when I he same i.s exhibited  elsewhere than in a theatre, music or concert, hall, or  other building or pli-ce duly licensed, for each day of  such exhibition a fee of five dollars.  [21) Kvery lusfrologer, .seer, fortune teller antl clairvoy-  ant. fifty dollars for every nix months.  2. The form of license shall he in accordance wilh lhe  Schedule C annexed loand forming 'purl of the ".Municipal Clauses Act, I Sill;," and all licenses gran led under lhis  lly-la w shall terminate on the lath dav of,.lime, and the  lath tiny of .hinuui'v respectively, anil no proportionate  reduction shall he made on account of any person or persons con 1 mt'iicing business bet ween these dales.  .V All license- graulcd under authority of Ibis liy-  law shall he issued by the person aiilhori-'.cd for thai  purpose by the Council: Provided,al ways, dial no license,  for the sale of litpiors shall be issued except by nn order'  from I he Hoard of License Couiiiiissiunei-s.-._  _fii    ������  I. This ll\-law may be cited for all purposes as  "Trades License lly-Jm'v. No. S. IS!)"."  Lead first time .May 17th. ISII7. ���-���"* '     ��� -���  Asheroft k McClelland  BLACKSMITHING Ai'.'D  EXPERT HORSESHOEING  Wagon   Repairing  Promptly Attended  to  by a First-Class Wheelwright  Special attention givon to all Idnds of repairing  an,d custom wori\ from outside points  SHOP:    Cor. Baker aqd Hall Sts. kelson.  _D_R,_    _E3I_   _E_    _E__:_____.I_iI_i  DENTIST  Head second time May 25th, 18(17.  Head third time anil llnally passed JuneHrd. 1SI17.  | LSI ' JOHN HOUSTON, .Mayor.  Ciias. ,K. Skai.ey. City Clerk.  . XOTICK  The above is a true copy of a by-law passed on the  third day of June, 18!)", by the municipal council of the'city of Xelson. and all persons are hereby required to lake notice that anyone desirous of applying to  have said by-law. or any part thereof, quashed, must  make his application for that purpose to the supreme  court of liritish Columbia wiihin one month, next after  the publication of-this by-law in lhe Hritish Columbia  Cazelte, or he will be too late lo be heard in thai behalf.  CIIAS. K. Sl-ALKY. City Clerk.  NELSON  & FORT SHEPPARD  RAILWAY  Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of lhe  shareholders of the N'elson & l-'ort Shoppurd linilwiiy  Company will be belli at, the head ollice of the company  in the town of Nelson, in I he province of Hrilish Columbia, al llie hour of (i o'clock p. in., of Wednesday, the 1 Ith  (lay of July. !*���!)". for the purpose of electing directors for  said company, and for lhe transaclion of such otherhusl-  nessas mm '"- brought, before such shareholders meet ing.  AUSTIN COKHIN _nd. Secretary.  Dated this Jiith day of May. 1SH7. |.lune .Mb]  Dental rooms  in  ofllce of  Dr. C. A. If. Hull   l-'arlcy 5:  Simpson block. Nelson,  H. C  ��� COUNTY   COURT  SITTING.  Silting of (he count v court, of Koolenay will be hidden  at the court house, (''iiy of Nelson, on lhe llllh day of  Julv instant, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  K. T. II. SIMPKINS. Acting Registrar of Coiirl,  Dated this 1st day of June, A. 1).'ISII7. ' |.luiic .-ilh|  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given Unit Ihe undersigned will nl the  expiration of thirty days, apply lo I he stipendiary magistral e of West Koolenay ilislriet. I'or n license lo sell  Honor bv retail at his hotel al Crawford May, II. C.  THOMAS CVIt.  Dated, June Ist, 1SII7. |.lune ,-ilh|  WANTKD.--A page for the N'el-on Club. Apply to  the Secretary on Monday next iu the forenoon at the  Club's teinpurury quarters.  KOI I SALI-:. -A new billiard table, made by May. Toronto.    Apply lo Secretary of Nelson Club.    ,  Novelties  ���n  Dress Coods  Novelties  in  Cloves  We have opened up a large collection'  of Spring' Novelties, comprising Dress  Trimmings, Laces, . Veilings, Gloves,  and Hosiery. We are also showing a  splendid assortment of choice designs  in Fancy, Printed, Brocade, Ombre and  Shot Silks. These goods, are suitable  for blouees, dresses and trimmings in  every fashionable color.  Mei-'s  Spring  Hats  IT-TIE LSO__\T-    IB.   o.  Men's  Spring  fleckwear  MANUKACTUlMCliS   OK  ALL   KINDS   OF   CARBONATED   WATERS  P. ().   Box S.S  Telephone 31  The following' is a verbatim copy of an analysis made bv Mr.  Holclich of water taken by him from the spring which supplies all the  water used by us in  the manufacture of our aerated waters : \ ������������\  A. H.  HOLDICH  Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Metallurgist  I'riiin Unyal Si-lmol ul' .MIihn.  I.nihlon.  Sew nl,- rii y,-;irs i-hirl' .-Jti-iitist l,, Wlitnn c,,:it A  Iron I",,., Kn^liniil.  S,.\|.|i .win--, ill  Mull'.i  W,ilks,  Su,.|iis,.;i.  Nelson,    May   26th,    1897  E  ..   P .    Whal ley ,    Esq. ,  Dear    Sir:    Having   made   a    thorough   examination   and   analysis   of   the   water   used   by   your  firm   in   preparing   thesoda   water    and   other  beverages   at   your   works   in   Nelson,- I    have   mu ch  pleasure    in    certifying   that    it    is    remarkably  wholesome    and    free    from   all    organic   or    inorganic-impurities    and   in   all    respects   most  excellently   adapted   to. the   manufacture    of  mineral    waters    or    other    similar    liquids    in-  �� .:?..". o d    for   human   use. 1-  1   beg  to   append   the   results   of  my   analysis.  Yours    faithfully,  (Signed)   A.    H.    Holdich.  ^vJL.KaJfr    tlL  A carload of Nails and am prepared to quote prices to Builders  and Contractors lower than has ever before quoted in Kootenay.  We carry in stock a full line of Builders' Hardware, Stoves, Iron,  Steel, Anvils, Bellows, Shovels, Picks, Hammers, . Powder, Fuse,  Caps, Etc., and a complete stock of .Groceries, and with our large  and our knowledge of the requirements of the country we claim to  be better able to fit out a prospecting party or a mining company  with supplies than any other house in the city or district. Sole  agents for the G-iant Powder Company, and the Gurney Stove and  Range Company.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON.  This season we are carrying the largest and most complete stock of  fishing tackle in Kootenay, including Rods of all kinds, Landing Nets,  Creels,  Casts,  Lines,  Ply Books,   Reels,   Flies  and  Bait of all kinds.  Corner Baker and  Josephine Streets.  W.  P.  TEETZEL & CO  DRUG-GISTS,   _DT_EI_SO_Csr-   _B.O_\  '���il     @  We are just placing in stock the finest line of READY MADE CLOTHING  ever brought into the city  *\\  T WELL MADE GARMENTS  .  that will give satisfaction.  An entirely new stock of FELT HATS AND CAPS  in the latest styles and makes   '  A Magnificent line of Scotch Tweeds and Worsteds, and West of  England Trousering's:, suitable for spring wear.  A special feature of Fancy Worsted Suitings.  BAKER STREET, NELSON  IJST'   ZPI-A_Ir_TOS   _A_nsr_D   OIRGk^IDsrS  ANALYSIS OF WATER  NELSON SODA WATER WORKS  FROM  Total    Solids......  Combined   Chlorine.  Free   Ammonia   Albumenoid   Ammonia  Metallic   Compounds  The    solids    consi  Carbonate    of   Lime,  bright,     clear    and   colourless  taste,   .and    well    aerated.  grains p e  grains pe  parts per  par t s��� per  r   ga 1  r    ga 1  mill  mill  , . 7.7  ,.0.6  ,.  0.026  , .  0.070  . None  s t.e d   almost    entirely   of  The   water   was   perfectly  no    smell    nor  on  on  See that the name of Wessell, Nickle &  Gross, New York, is stamped on the action of  the Piano you buy.   It is the standard of excellence in America.   None  other is used in Karn Pianos.    Call and examine them at  (S igned)  Ana 1yt ical  A.    H.    Holdich',  and   Consulting  Chemi s t  Our premises have just been generally overhauled  and greatly enlarged. Stock has aiso been increased.  We carry everything that a man can want, and the  prices   are   right.      Eng.   City   K.   Boots our specialty.  A new consignment of window shades embracing the latest colors has just been received by  18 and 20  BAKER   STREET  R  NELSON, B. C.  BRANCH MARKETS   .....  Rossland and Trail, in Trail Creek District  Three Forks and Sandon, in Slocan District  Kaslo in Ainsworth District  Prepared to supply consumers with everything in the way of fresh and cured meats.  Orders by mail carefully filled and promptly forwarded.  -il  \l  ���r*f f  ll_L__UJL_ll_  _____n__m_n_____3____is___i____n--  \f Vi.Mi."r,*_./"V,>.*������"**���. 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