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 Has Mines that are Paying Dividends and Hundreds of Properties that can be Made  Dividend  Paying Mines.  FiFTH   TEAR-NO.  ���fo  ���   ^ 6  NELSON,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY   SEPTEMBER.   18, 1.897.  KOOTENAY  Has  Three  Smelters   in-Successful   Operation,  and  Enough  Ore   in Sight to   Run  Several   More.  TWO, DOLLARS  A YEAR.  **_&  W".  _i"_L_J  MAY   ASK   FOR   AN   OPTION.  They Are Bob-Tailed Q. C's.  The dominion has come oub second best  in its contention before the .judicial committee of the privy council, that the  power.to grant the title queen's counsel  rests with the dominion alone. The province of Ontario opposed this contention,  but the counsel for the province was not  called upon to reply. This is taken to  mean that the committee holds that the  provinces, and the provinces alone, have  the right to name their queen's counsel,  and that the dominion title is valid only  in the dominion courts, the admiralty  court, and the supreme court.  Sandon Hotel Men Skip Out.  A. D. Williams and Pete Annance of  .Sandon, sold the Filbert hotel last Friday  to William Sudrow, and immediately  upon getting their money left Sandon for  foreign parts.    They left numerous eredi-  The City   Council  May  Demand   It   from   the  Nelson  Electric  Light  Company.  The action of the city council in calling  ���   upon the Nelson l_lectric Light company  to submit,a proposition  for lighting the  '   city streets, willdoubblesslead to the opening of negotiations for  the  purchase  of  the plant and franchise of the light company   by  the   corporation.    Jn   response  to   the   council's- request   J.   IT.   Mathe-  son, secretary of the light company, submitted   the following proposition re. the  lighting of the city streets:    "The Nelson  Electric Light Company, Limited, will install   and   operate standard   1200 candle  power arc lamps, for lighting the streets  of Nelson, for $10 per month  per lamp,  or  will  install and operate standard   16'  candle   power   lamps   for   75,  cents    per  month under a five year contract, allowing a discount of 5 per cent from  these  prices for the second year of operation of  each lamp, .10 per cent the third year, 15  per cent the fourth year, and 20 per'cent  the fifth year.    Lamps to be installed aud  in operation by November 1st." .As there  were two stockJiolders  in the light company upon the public works committee,  this    proposition    was    referred   to   the  finance committee for consideration and a  report upon the same may be expected at  the   meeting    of    the    council    Monday  evening.  In  an   interview   with   Tin.   Tismt-NH,  alderman Teetzel, chairman of the finance  committee,  intimated   that   the   finance  committee   would   probably  recommend  the   acceptance   of  the  light company's  offer, as the charges were very reasonable,  but the acceptance would  doubtless   be  conditional   upon   the    light   company's  agreeing to sell out to the corporation inside of one year at a price not to exceed  $10,000.    !n giving his reasons in support  of the argument in favor of the purchase  of  the  plant and franchise of the light  company,   alderman Teet/.el said:    "The  light company asks $10  per  month  for  each arc lamp.    It is likely that the city  will   require  for immediate   purposes 20  such   lamps.    This   will' mean   $200   per  month,  or $2,100 for the   first year.    By  the  terms of  the light  company's  offer  there is a reduction of live per cent for  each successive year after the completion  of the first year of tlie coutract, but it is  more than likely that the additional lamps  required by the city will more than make  up   any   abatement   in   the   charges  by  reason of such reductions.    1 am-sa.tisfied  that the  city  could   purchase  the  plant  and franchise of the light company, after  these city lamps are installed, for $35,000  or  thereabouts.   The corporation would  have  no  difficulty in  borrowing  money  for this purpose at 0 per cent or better.  This would represent an  interest charge  of   $21.00   annually.    The   income  of the  electric light company at the present time  is in the neighborhood of $800 per month,  tind the operating expenses need not exceed $"-!00 per month at the outside, which  ''means that a profit of $500 per month can  reasonably be   expected   upon   the company's operations.   Should the city negotiate a six per cent loan of $35,000 i'or ten  years for the purchase of the light company stock, the earnings of the electric  light plant upon a basis of $500 per month  would be more than sufficient to meet the  interest and  sinking   fund  necessary  to  payoff the loan at maturity, and the tax  payers would not be required to put up  one cent  either5 for  the  lighting of the  city   during  the  period  covered  by the  loan; nor for the payment of interest or  principal upon the loan, aud at the end of  the period would have a light plant worth  $35,000.    The interest and principal upon  $35,000 at G per cent would amount in ten  years to $50,000, to meet  which the city  would have accumulated earnings of $00,-  000. Holding this opinion, I will be in favor  of recommending to the council that the  city enter into a contract with  the light  company for a period of five years forlight-  ing the city streets upon the terms agreed,  which in themselves are reasonable, conditional upon the light company's agreeing  to sell its plant and franchise to the city  inside of one year at a price not to exceed  $-10,000.    This $5000 will cover any additional   expenditures   upon    plant  which  may be made  within  the  year.    If this  recommendation   i.s   carried  out  by  the  council, the corporation of Nelson, while  in     no    way     bound    to    purchase    tlie  stock     of     the     light    company,     will  have   the   privilege   of   doing   so   at   a  reasonable    figure,   and    the   option    is  extended over a sufficient length of time  to enable the next council to deal  with it  as their judgment prompts.  The question  as to whether the city shall  purchase or  not can come before the electors at the  next municipal campaign and be decided  by the people themselves.  ,tors, among them being the two banks,  out $300 or $400 each. Their creditors include sawmill men, who furnished lumber  i'or the building, the contractors and  workmen, wholesale liquor houses, local  stores, and about everybody of whom  they could get anything on time. Their  debts amount to from $3000 to $-1000.  SOUTHERN   KOOTENAY   ON   TOP.  Produces Twice as Much Gold, Silver, Copper  and Lead as the Rest of the Dominion.  A tabulated statement of the mineral  production of Canada for the past eleven  years has just been issued under the authority of the director of the geological  survey. . The statement shows that in the  production of gold, silvei', copper aud  lead, the Dominion has made great headway, and also that the gains in the production ot these metals comes chiefly  from the mines of the southern portion of  West Kootenay, the exports from which  are mostly entered through the port of  Nelson.  The production of gold in the Dominion  has increased from (i(i,0('l ounces during  the fiscal year 18S0 to 131,-108 ounces in  1890, and in value from $1,305,190 to  $2,780,0SG. The gold output of the mines  of southern Kootenay during 1S90  amounted to $2,300,880 or more than five  tunes the value of all'the gold produced  ��� throughout, the rest of the Dominion.  Tho production of copper during 1S8G  amounted to 3,505,000 pounds, valued at  $385,550, and in 1890, 9,393,012 pounds  valued at $1,021,900. Of this latter total  the mines of southern Kootenay contributed $51S,515 or more than one half of thc-  entire production of Canada.  The district's showing with respect to  the production of silver is even better.  Jn 1880 Canada's production amounted to  210,141 ounces valued at $209,090, which  was increased in 1890 to 3,205,343 ounces,  valued at $2,149,503. Of this amount the  silver entered through the port of Nelson  was valued at $1,707,043 or almost five  times the value of the silver produced  throughout the rest of Canada.  With^ respect to lead the section of  West Kootenay served by the port of  Nelson contributed one-third of the Dominion's lead product. The first return  for lead in Canada is for 18S7 when 204.800  pounds were produced, valued at $9210.  The returns for 189(5 were24,199.977 pounds  valued at $721,159, of which the port of  Nelson returned lead valuations of $518,-  515. It should be remembered that the  returns from the port' of Nelson do not  embrace the entire mineral exports of  southern Kootenay, as much of the Slocan  ore is entered at Revelstoke and credited  to the port of New Westminster. Were  it convenient to secure the returns from  this port the comparison would be much  more favorable to West Kootenay, but  in taking only the returns from the port  of Nelson it will be seen that the value of  the gold, silver/copper and lead produced  in southern Kootenay during the last  fiscal year more than, doubled the value  of that produced throughout the rest of  the Dominion. The returns from the port  of Nelson -gave, a valuation of $4,841,459 a.s  against $1,831,249 for the rest of Canada.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   IN   THE   FIELD.  TURNED   DOWN   AGAIN.  Contemplate Building a Railway From the  Stickeen to Teslin Lake.  Engineer Duchesusiy and the party of  Canadian Pacific surveyors left Vancouver  this week on the Princess Louise for the  north to make a survey from Telegraph  creek to Teslin lake for a line of railway  Avhich the Canadiau Pacific Railway company propose to build. The party will  make from Fort Wrangel i to Telegraph  creek in canoes. In an interview at Winnipeg, Mr. Robert Kerr, traffic manager  of the company, said "there were numerous projects iu contemplation for the accommodation of traffic tliat would be  going in the direction of the Klondyke  gold fields in the spring. Manager Whyte.  who left at noon for the east, intimated  that while in the east with vice-president  Shaughnessy. arrangements were made  for sending Mr. Duchesnay, of the engineering staff on the Pacific division, to examine the route of a projected railway  from the Stickeen river to Teslin lake. A  line of a little over 100 miles is necessary  to connect with navigable waters, and if  the work is decided upon construction  will be commenced as soon as possible, so  as to have the route opened for as much  as possible of the traffic next season."  Members. ������  Voters.  ...A  ���1,017  ... : 'A  '3.79(1  ...   1  1.40!)  ...    1  - 971  ���>  151  ...    1  ���330  .   .    I  597  .'-.    1  702  ...    1   '  ���291  ���>  oil!  ...    1  oil  .'..-���' 1- '  Sill  ...    1  795  ...    1  1,130  ..     1  951  .  . ��� 1    '  1,022  .  .    1    "  (193  ...    1  im  .  . ��� 1  625  .  .    1  1  925  ...    1  550  ...    1  I!K)  .;.       1  129  >;  ���15U  ...  ' 1  200  Our Water Is All Right.  I_. B. Van Ordel, analytical chemist,  whose laboratory i.s in Spokane, writes to  a prominent business man of Nelson, saying that he had just proved by analysis  that Spokane's water supply is impure,  and offering to do the same for Nelson.  Nelson's water supply is all right; but  Mr. Van Ordel might* be allowed to try  his hand at analyzing, the-milk supplied  the people of the town. There is but little  doubt that much of the milk sold in Nelson is a decoction of water, burnt sugar  and acid, and that many of the eases of  typhoid fever and much of the other sickness is directly attributable to the adulterated milk sold in the town. The city'  council has passed a by-law licensing and  regulating milk venders, and it"is time  that the provisions of the by-law were  vigorously and rigidly enforced.  Canadian Pacific Traffic E.eceipts.  The Canadian Pacific railway traffic receipts   for   the  week  ending September  7th, were $492,000; for the same week Inst  year they were $410,000.  Silver Reaches 56 3-4 Again.  Silver continues to gain strength. In  New Y'ork yesterday it wa.s quoted at  -)(.,'. The broker's price for lead was $4,  exchange $4.25 to $4.30. On Wednesday  tlie exchange price for lead ranged from  $4.27'. to $4.32.1, with silver at 5.V,'.  Justice Drake Refuses to Grant H. E. Croasdaile the Injunction He Hankers After.  H. I_. Croasdaile, manager of the Hall  Mines company, is meeting with much difficulty in his effort to introduce government by injunction into West Kootenay.  Before justice Drake in chambers on  Wednesday, the Hall Mines, Limited,  made"another application nominally for  an injunction to restrain the Nelson  Electric Light Company from interfering  with its contracted supply of 00 inches of  water. It will be remembered that when  judge Forin refused a similar application  some time ago' he intimated that if the  mining company could show that it was  not receiving 00 inches of  water it could  then make a fresh application.   This was  done Wednesday morning by W. A. Macdonald, and in support of this application  au affidavit of David Morris was put in to  the effect that the flow of water through  the smelter flume was from 45 to 47 inches.  R. M. Macdonald  opposed  the application on behalf of  the light company.    He  put in an affidavit of John Houston, manager of the  light company, to  the effect  that the Hall  Mines, Limited had always  received  00 inches of water   and  would  continue to  receive that amount during  the period covered by the company's contract,    lie also threw some light upon the  mining company's  motive in moving to  force   the , light   company   to   supply   a  greater   amount   of   water.     He   stated  specifically in  his affidavit  that while 00  inches  of water  would  be   sufficient  to  granulate the slag from the small furnace  it would not.be sufficient to granulate the  slag from  the big 200 ton  furnace which  the Hall  mines company was  at present  using.    An  affidavit from  engineer Cum-  mings was also  put in stating  that there  were (52 inches of water passing through  the smelter flume.    This was backed by a  secoud  affidavit from  city engineer McCulloch, who estimated the water passing  through the flume to be 01 inches.  Justice Drake refused the application  for an injunction point blank. Jf the Hall  mines company, was not satisfied with the  amount of water passing through the  Hume the company should put in a board  and measure the water according to the  Water Act, of JS97. If it was found the  mining company was not receiving the  amount of water contracted for and the  light company still refused to furnish it,  there would be grounds for an action  for damages. -  -  The Present Representation Measure.  The following table gives the different  constituencies in this .-province, the ntim-'  ber of voters credited to each and the  representation accorded each in the pro-,  vincial legislature by the Davie-Turner  government in 1894:  ���   ':       . i.  Constituency.  Victoria City..    Vancouver Hit}*'. '.    ....  .Westminster City.   Xanaimo City... '.'   Esquimau    North Victoria    South "Victoria^   North Ntuiiiinio ....        South Nanaimo ..........  .....  Cowichan-Albcrni ....   Comox  ���.'.   Westminster District���  Chilliwack Riding:   Dewdney Riding.-.  ..........  Delta Riding��� ...       Richmond Riding   ..  .  Vale District���  Kast Riding..  ........  ....  .  North Riding   West Hiding ....'.   lCootcnay District-  East Riding   Southwest Riding   .....  Northwest Riding   Lillooot District-  East Riding   West Riding   Cariboo......... ...-.    .-.  C'assiar ���. .  ��� ......... ���  The average elector will not have much  difficulty in making up his mind whether  this was a gerrymander measure or a redistribution bill. It was the work of the  Davie-Turner combination, and was the  fairest measure of representation which  they could give the people Of this province  without risking their political lives. By  this means a bare majority of the electors  throughout the province were enabled to  secure over two-thirds of the seats in the  legislature. Is it any wonder that the  people demand a new redistribution bill?  The Gold Hill Deal in Court.  The long threatened suit of Ii. T. Daniel, of Trail, to have the sale of the Gold  Hill set aside, will come before justice  Drake this morning. In July, 1-S90, at a  meeting of the Gold Hill Mining company  held in Spokane, the directors of the company sold the Gold Hill mineral claim to  E. J. Doneen for $1,250 cash. As the purchaser was a brother of the president of  the company making the sale, and as the  directors passed over an offer to bond the  property for $10,000, $15,000 and $20,000,  at 0, 9 and 12 months respectively, there  was a great deal of talk over what was  freely termed a swindle of the shareholders of the Gold Hill Mining company, li.  T. Daniel, one of the largest shareholders  in the company, claimed that the sale  was fraudulent at the time that it was  made and although he threatened suit at  dice this is the first that has been heard  of it. The Gold Hill is a liossland prospect with a speculative value. E. M. McLeod will appear for Daniel and .J. II.  Bowes for the defendants.  BRAGli   GETS   THE   CONTRACT  I .-Kill (HI  2.050 00  :i,2'tli IKI  1.218 IK)  any objec-  ot owners  The city engineer was authorized to  employ such assistance as he requires for  the taking of the levels necessary before  the laying of the water pipe can be commenced.   Ore Shipments Through Revelstoke.  The ore shipments from West Kootenay  through Revelstoke from August 15th to  31st, were as follows:  Tons.  Slocan Star  '.'SI  Enterprise     SO  Reco      in  Idaho   1 TH  Lanark.      It'll  During the first week of September  Lanark  IIO  Idaho       l(K)  Reco  Ill  Kill crprist:  _u  All of this ore was .shipped to Omaha,  with the exception of the Lanark ore,  which went to Argentine, Kansas.  Value.  S-l.T'-'l  .'.I l!l  ni.:��w  18.s.-iT  Hll'W  :i.o.sii  tl.'H'n'l  '.K7IVI  1.231  of  Canada's Deficit But $525,000.  The dominion's financial operations  the year ending on June 30th last, are  now known to the finance department  and show a deficit on tho year's operations  of $525,000, which is less than was predicted by Mr. Fielding in the house of commons. The government worked on the  estimates of the late government, which  Provided He "Will Put Up the Required Deposit  and Pay $2.50 for Day Labor.  At the adjourned meeting of the city  council held Wednesday afternoon alderman Hetcher, chairman of' the public  works conimitte, reported in favor of accepting the tender of I.dward Bragg .for  the construction of the sewer provided he  puts up a certified check for 25 per cent of  the amount of the contract as security.,  The Bragg tender tor the work was  $1,514.80, and as it was $3,777.20 lower  than the highest tender, and less than half  the price stated in four others there was  some speculation on the part of the aldermen as to whether the work could be properly performed at the Bragg figure.  Alderman Teetzel asked what responsibility would attach to the city for the  payment of the wages of the men employed upon the work.  Mayor Houston expressed the opinion  that the city could be held responsible  for the payment of all labor employed  upon the work, but that the interests of  the city could be safeguarded by requiring the contractor to furnish, weekly pay  rolls. He further suggested that there  should be a clause in the contract requiring the contractor to pay not less than  $2.50 per day for labor. This suggestion  was incorporated into the report of the  committee which was adopted. -'   .  The specifications upon which the tenders were made call for the laying of an  18-inch pipe from the foot of Stanley  street, along the bed of Ward creek to the  middle of Vernon street, from which  point au excavation is, to be made and  the sewer thrown around the corner of  the Hume hotel into Ward creek and up  the creek ravine on Ward street to Baker  street. This is known as section A of the  main sewer. Section Ji follows the creek  bottom across private lots in three blocks  and comes out in the middle of Ward  street again1'at its junction with .Silicia  street. The Vernon street branch calls  for the laying of an 8-inch pipe along  Vernon street from Ward to Hall street,  up Hall to Baker and along Baker to  Josephine street. What is known as the  Baker street branch calls for an 8-inch  pipe on Baker street from Ward to Stanley street, and from Ward to Josephine.  Tenders were received for the construction of the entire system, and for  the construction of all save section li.  They were as follows :  Kill ire Less  Niiiiii'. -        System. .Section N.  Edward Hragg    .1,511 SO ��1.27(1 30  Newling & Co    1.511 US I.2S". S3  A.O.Roy    -A.S27  l;j 3..7S 15  Breckenridge & Lund   ���_'. 117 It) '.',(19.*) (Hi  Noll & Thompson ........     3,_75 00  H. H. McDonald     l.SOfi (XI  John Ellis   3,333 00  Thompson & Bell :    i.l.t 71  \V. C. McLean & Co :   3.S75 (10  W. B. Davey & Co   .    5.202 Oil  Alderman -Fletcher asked  if  .ion-bad been   made  by   the  along the Ward creek ravine to the construction   of   the  sewer   through   their  property..  Mayor Houston replied that he understood thatW. A. Jowett had raised an  objection, and iu view of the possibility  of other objections being taken, the  mayor expressed the opinion that instead  of following the bed of Ward creek from  Baker street to Silica street, that the  sewer be laid straight up Ward street to  Silica street. As the majority'of the  aldermen appeared to concur in this view  it is not likely that section "J." of the  main system will be built at present. The  chances are that the council will let it  stand over for awhile and construct a  sewer up Stanley street from Baker street  instead of up Ward street.  The communication of Richardson . &  Perdue asking for the construction of a  sidewalk in front of their new hotel was  filed, the public works committee reporting that there were no funds available for  such purposes. Should the owners of the  property affected supply the necessary  lumber the corporation will supply the  labor.  The council decided to purchase the  man-holes necessary for tne sewerage system from the Albion Iron Works of Victoria, at 2k cents per pound f. o.' b. at  Victoria. The mayor wa.s also authorized  to purchase 50 barrels of cement, 15,000  brick, and 1000 pounds of gasket.  The following accounts were passed:  Thomas "VV. Gray, lumber $505 II  Mrs. Casey, prisoner's board       !MKJ  .1. Hums, labor  ...'.     'J all  L. K. Ilavick, services ...        II 2/1  also held ollice for a month and a half of  the year covered by the operations named.  Mr. Foster calculated the deficit at $2,000,-  000, and'ridiculed .Fielding's estimate of  $550,000. Various ' extraordinary liabilities, including that connected with the  fire in the West block have beim provided  for; also the militia this year was not deprived of the annual drill money as in 1800.  NOT   AFRAID   OP   KICKERS.  Law  Suits  Have   no  Terrors   for  the   Nelson  City   Council.  The legal firm of Macdonald. &. Johnson  continues   to   bombard   the  city council  with   threats  of   legal   proceedings.   At  Monday evening's session of the council  there were two more communications of  this nature read.   The  first of these related to the contention of the Kootenay  Lake General Hospital Society of a dual  ownership of the city waterworks system.  The   communication   stated   that   if no  satisfactory   answer  was  received   from  the council by Wednesday   proceedings  would be taken.   The second communication  had reference  to W. Hardie's  kick  against the grade of the Stanley street  sidewalk.   The difficulty here is that the  council laid the sidewalk to a grade, while  Hardie built his house in a hollow. Hardie  demands either that the sidewalk be removed or placed on a lower grade to suit  his ideas of sidewalk building.   The city  clerk   was   instructed   to  notify  Messrs.  Macdonald   &   Johnson   that  their communication had been received and placed  on file.  A communication from Jiichardson <fe  Perdue, asking for the construction of a  sidewalk on ths north side of Baker street,  between Hall aud Josephine streets, was  referred to the public works committee.  Samuel Hair's application for the position of plumbing and sewer inspector was  placed on file.  The Nelson l.lectric Light committee  submitted a. proposition for lighting the  streets of the city. On motion of alderman Teetzel, seconded by alderman Hillyer, the proposal was referred to the  finance committee.  The tenders received i'or laying sewer  pipe were referred to the public works  committee.  The plumbing by-law, No. 11, was reconsidered and finall passed.  Ou motion of alderman Teet/.el, seconded by alderman Gilker, the following  resolution was adopted: That in view of  the fact that the city must of necessity  employ a captain of the volunteer fire  brigade, who will be ex-officioJire-inspec--  tor, thus relieving the chief of police of  the duties now assigned to him, the council therefore recommends to the board of  police commissioners that the police force  be reduced from and after October 1st to  two, a chief and one patrolman.  The following accounts were ordered  paid:  "Lawrence Hard ware Co.. lockup account  ..  A.-Allan, sidewalks   W. .I. Herring, cleaning ollice   Joe Parkin, lire department account     C. K. Sealey, duty on dog tags    G. II. Owen, scavenger   Nelson Klectric Light Co     THOSE   BELLICOSE   DIRECTORS  Decide  .Sin a.  1 50  3 50  .     IX 00  !KI  (i (10  .     l:*i  IS  License Commissioners  Meet.  At a meeting of the license commissioners held Wednesday afternoon, hotel  licenses were granted to O. Lund, Jiichardson ic Perdue and Frank Donley.  The application of S. J. Mighton fora  saloon license was refused, as the by-law  of the city council prevented the issuing  of nny new saloon"licenses.  The license I'or the Vernon saloon was  transferred from Messrs. Calkin & Smart  to S. F. Cordingly.  C. F. Goodwin of the Victoria hotel was  on the carpet before the commissioners  on a charge of keeping a disorderly hotel.  As Goodwin promised to keep a quieter  house in future the decision of the board  upon the complaint was reserved.  Judge Forin and the Squatters.',  Judge Forin has declared war upon a  few squatters who have put up small  shacks upon the unopened streets in the  eastern end of the city. It cannot be  shown that the presence of these shacks  inconveniences any property owners at  present, but tliey tire distasteful to county  court judge Forin. and therefore they  must be removed. Some months ago  judge Forin purchased a number of lots  on the rock bluff tit the foot of Baker  street. I'pon these he is now building a  mansion, and because he may live in this  mansion two or tliree months hence he  demands that the city authorities remove  the squatters from unopened streets or"  alleyways forthwith. Strangely enough  the city authorities failed to assist judge  Forin in his work of making the surroundings of his rock bluff harmonize  with his mansion. Instead of ordering  the friendless squatters oil the earth to  curry favor with tho judge, mayor Houston gave them permits to move their  shacks along the streets, and as there is  no scheduled running time governing such  cases judge Forin may have an opportunity of studying the volicity of glacial  motion.  Not AnxiouH For the Contract.  The party who made the lowest bill for  constructing the sowers, and whose bid  was accepted by the city, does not seem  anxious to enter into a contract to do the  work. The city requires that a certified  chuck I'or *_���"* per cent of the amount of the  bid bo depitcd as a guaranty that the  work be done according to specifications  and that $2.50 a day will be paid the laborers employed on the work. It i.s understood the party has gone to the coast.  The city authorities will probably offer  the work to the lowest bidder, and keep  on doing so until a bidder is found who  will enter into a contract.  to Have a Law Suit with the City  Over'a Piece of Water Pipe  Charles I.. Sealey, city clerk, was served  with a writ of summons on Wednesd-iy  in the suit of the Kootenay I/ike General  Hospital vs the City of Nelson. The writ  is returnable in'eight days. By the endorsement of the writ the plaintiff's claim  is for a declaration that they are the owners of a quantity of water pipe laid in the  City of Nelson, from the corner" of Baker  and, Hall streets to the hospital of i,he  plaintiffs, known as the Kootenay L-ike  General Hospital. For an order direct ing  the defendants to cut off certain connections made by them with said water pipe,  and restraining the defendants, their .servants or workmen from making connections tapping or in any way interfering  with said .water pipe." a  This is the first  move in the game of  bluff which the directors of the hospital  society are trying to run upon the corporation of Nelson.   J3y the means of public  subscription   the   hospital   society  some  years ago put in a  connection  with   die  Consumer's Waterworks Company's system in order to obtain a  free  water supply.  The pipe was laid without authority  of any kind across private property and  streets which have since become tlie property of the corporation of Nelson. When  the   city   purchased   the   system  of  the  Consumer's    Waterworks   Compauy,'  ic  made    certain    connections    with    this  pipe   line   leading   to   the   hospital    in  order   to   give   a   few  residents   of   the  city a wtiter supply until the m. w system  is completed.   These'connections did  not  interfere-with  the  water supply of the  hospital, which the corporation continued  to supply free of cost, but the directors  got it into their heads that they could demand a premium from everyone making   .  connections with this piece of pipe, failing which they did not propose that anyone should have water through it.    The  corporation   ignored   this   claim  on  the  part of the  hospital directors, and then  the trouble began.  When the writ of summons wtis read at  Wednesday's meeting of the council, it  caused considerable merriment. The new  distribution mains of the new city system  will doubtless be laid before the case can "  be determined by the courts, and if when  the new system is ready it should happen  that no water found its way into the  piece of pipe which the hospital directors  claim as the society's property, its value  might be very much diminished. Then the  hospital directors might wish to take  water, and there might not be enough  pipe in the city to reach them. They  should really think twice before they decide to act ugly and play the dog in the  manger over a piece of pipe which carries  a free water supply to their hospital, it  might end in their being obliged to pack  water to the hospital whose interests  they were chosen to serve.   -''.-,���  BEST   -WEEK   ON   RECORD '  Mineral Exports of South Kootenay .For. Seven  Days Aggregate in Value $271,018.  The week just closed has been the heaviest shipping week in the history of  Southern J_6otenay. Since last report  there were entered for export 2,0i)5 tons  of ore aud matte, valued at $271,018. Of  this amount the mines of the Slocan and  Ainsworth contributed $118,911, the Hall  Mines smelter and the Trail Greek smelter  contributing the balance. The exports  for the first half of September were by  this week's shipments carried past the  $500,000 mark, which means that Southern Kootenay is creeping close to the  point when its exports will aggregate $1,-  000,000 per month. The value.of the mineral exports for the current year is $;*>,-  ri-10,21.'.. Tlie entries at the port of Nelson  for the week were: *���     ���  BULLION   AXD   .MATTK.  Pounds Value  Trail smeller  .    Hall Mines smelter. Nelson, maite...  ORK."  I'ayne mine. Sloean . ,...'.  Whitewater mine, Slocan   Noble Five mines. Slocan   Washington   '.,      Surprise mine. Sloean   .    .  Uainbler mine. Slocan   Sloean Star. Sandon   Kootenay Ore Company. ICaslo   Illai'k Diamond mine. Ainsworth ....  Little Mamie mine. Ainsworth  Josie. l'osslnnil .'.-  Total for week    Total sn far for September. ���.      .  'total fur August    Total for July   Total for June   Total for May   Total for/April   Total for March..  ...    Total for February   Total for January   Tiitiil via Uevelstoke to .Sept. 7th.  Total so far for 18!)7   Constable Wlnerals Let Out.  A meeting of the board of police commissioners was held Wednesday afternoon. . The rules and regulations for the  government of the police which were  drafted ou .July 20th, were adopter!.  A communication frolii the city council  asking that the services of one of the  patrolmen be dispensed with, in view of  the appointment of a paid captain of the  Volunteer Kire Brigade before the board.  On motion of chairman Macdonald, seconded by magistrate Crease, it. wus resolved that in view of resolution of the  city council recommending.a reduction in  the police force, that the services of IL  A. Winerals as patrolman be dispensed  with on and after 1st of Novi-mber. 1807,  provided the cajitain of the fire brigade  lie sworn in as a constable and be made  subject to the orders of the chief of police  in times of necessity.  I.T..7U.  3l!l.,i3l  ���A  pproxiiuatc  Tons.  \ nine.  OKI  .I.'i  !ll  SI  17  l.i  111)  1:  irll  151  .11  I.S  ���..I'lil*.  S.71.018  I.-.'11  $500,387  "i.U7(l  S07 5.1S!I  I.I Ml  S.5I3..S3.  ���A. i. I  SIS3.SS.*.  ���j.a.1..  53.7.797  .'i,7l)i  $133.-31  5.8--  St!77.("Sl  :VJ01  S502.S.M  4.513  SG75.50I;  SWtl.'l-.tl  .'Kl.-IHI  ?A,5UV-43  i-Sv  !{���_  Nl .   ."\gfii" ���������������  .TF77T-7.  -a��i...r.,.",r  TTv-T'TT.  ������vS-Vi-.-.  li . 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('.  Dlt. JI. E. HALL-Demist. Crudunlc of 1'hiladc pliia  Dental College. Seven years e..|ioriem _���. (fold anil  porcelain crowns inserted. Teeth replanted. Ollice wilh  Dr. George Hall, linker street.  WJ. II. HOLMES, C. E.-Provincial Laud Surveyor.  ���    P. 0. box 82, Kaslo, B. C.    All.   HOLDICH .-Analytical ClirniM and Assayer.  Hall street, Nelson.  T C. GWI1.LIM. B.A.Sc. & W. S. JOHNSON. B.A.Sc.  O . ���Mining Engineers- and Analytical Chemists,  Sloean City, B. C.    -  LODGE    MEETINGS.  .VKL.ON  LODGE.  NO. 23.  A. K. & A. M.    Meets  second   VWiliie-rfny, in  "'"'I'  mnn'h.    Sojourning  *\^\ brethren invited.  The Ames Holden Go's special "Columbia,"  "Vancouver," "Kootenay" should be worn  by everybody who wants a first-class mountain boot.  SATURDAY MORNING SKI'TKMBKI! IS. IHD7  The municipal elections in Nelson and  liossland in April last, illustrate the  growth in voting strength of the district  of West Kootenay. By the provincial  voter's list of 180-1 the voting strength of  the north and south ridings of West  Kootenay was placed at 1-175. In the two  municipal contests referred to there were  1*30 L votes cast, or more than, the total  number credited to the whole district. In  addition to this there was a considerable  percentage of the vote in both cities which  was not brought to the poll, and an even  greater number who were prevented from  voting by reason of the circumstance  that at the time of the municipal elections  they had not resided within the limits of  the municipality for a sufficient length of  time to qualify. These figures show that  in point of population the district of West  Kootenay has'less than half the representation at Victoria whicli it is entitled  to. With respect to area and commercial  importance, a comparison will show the  injustice the more glaring.  The suggestion made by alderman Teetzel that the corporation secure an option  upon the plant and franchise of the Nelson Electric Light company, should be  well received by the property owners of  .lie city, especially as the securing of the  option will not cost them anything. It is  not suggested by alderman Teetzel that  the members of the present council should  , dicker for the purchase of the light company's plant. He does not propose to take  any snap verdict upon the question. The  present council will secure an option upon  the plant and franchise of the light company under which the corporation may  purchase if the people desire it. The people will have twelve months iu which to  make up their minds whether it would be  a desirable thing to pledge the city's  credit for $35,000 for ten years, and secure  an electric light plane which will earn  enough within the period covered by the  loan to repay the interest and principal  upon the same, and light the city streets  free of cost. __  James B. McKilugan of .Victoria, who  was recommended by the city council of  Kaslo for the office of police magistrate in  that city, received his appointment on  Friday. When the city council of Nelson  made a similar recommendation the Turner government ignored the council completely and appointed its own nominee  without consulting the municipal authorities. Premier Turner should get his excuses ready, as the people of Nelson will  call him' to account for usurping the functions of the municipal council. In ignoring the recommendation of the corporation of Nelson, the government took the  control of the municipal police and the  regulation of the liquor business out of  the hands of the people of Nelson, and  gave au irresponsible commission power  to contract debts whicli the corporation  of Nelson is obliged to liquidate.  In a column or so of prattle, the editor  of the Colonist seeks to convince the electors that it will be impossible for the government to bring down a redistribution  bill this session which will more evenly  apportion the representation in the next  legislature, it is not pretended for a  moment that the present representation  is- fair. The injustice exists, but the  Colonist intimates that it will be impossible for the legislature to remove the injustice. The reasons advanced by the  brainy man of the Colonist are unique.  Me argues that: "Being a plank in the  '��� platform of a party whicli expects to  " take power, iu 1S9S, the redistribution  u can certainly not take place before ISO!).  '��� Now we submit that if certain districts  ���' are to be deprived of representation iu  " IS!)!), they ought to know it in' 1808 so  14 that they can vote on the question.  " Again, wlien-will the redistribution of  " ISO!) take effect*. If in 188!), then we will  " have a new election in that year, and it  41 is right that men who are candidates in  41 1808 should know whether or not they  41 are going to be called upon to vote  44 themselves out of the legislature, the  41 next year. If the redistribution is not  ".to take effect until 1002, that is at the  '.' expiry of: the legislature to be elected  " next year, it is decidedly premature to  "talk about it, now. for no living man  44 can pretend to say what the population  " of" British Columbia will be ov in what  " parts of the jirovince it will be in 1002."  It will be interesting to know whether  the views of the Colonist are shared by  premier Turner's cabinet. Does premier  Turner intend to delay any measure of redistribution until IU02'.  James B. Lkighton of Kamloops, is  spoken of tis a probable candidate for  political honors in Cariboo. Since the'  Liberal viciory nf June, 1800, things have  been coming Leighton's wtiy. Shortly  after he was appointed Indian agent at  Kamloops. Last week he resigned this  office for that of general superintendent  of the B. C. Express Company. As the  13. C. l.xpress Company has always been  looked upon as a political-commercial  combination, its .support is counted a  material factor in Cariboo politics. When  the Liberals obtained the upper hand at  Ottawa, the Cariboo mail contract was  treated as a spoil of the contest, and fell  to the lot of Liberals. This changed the  politics of the hybrid combination, and  the chances are that "my government" at  Victoria will be given a chance to study  how evenly the machine will work for its  overthrow during the next election. The  ease with which the B. C. Express Company used to deliver the two Cariboo  seats to the dominant clique at Victoria  was formerly the most amusing feature  in their campaign work. Whether they  will enjoy the delivery so much when the  seats are consigned to somebody else remains to be seen.  The corporation of the City of Kaslo  will shortly call for tenders for the purchase of $12,000 worth of debentures for  public works. The debentures will bear  six per cent interest, and the corporation  has a standing offer to dispose of the same  at par. If Kaslo succeeds in selling its  debentures at par, it will mean that  Kaslo's credit is 25 per cent better than in  June, 1S00, when Hewitt Bostock purchased six per cent debentures at 75 cents.  The editor of the Rossland Miner assures his readers ; that the owners of The  . Miner have no axes to grind. The impression throughout Kootenay is that P.  Aug. Heinze will require a grindstone the  size of a Ferris wheel'to keep up with the  work he has on hand.  Mayor Scott of B-ossland continues to  express to the newspapers his determination to reduce the item of $1*325 per month,  which represents the salaries of city officials. Up to the present however mayor  Scott has not been able to get his determination focused upon the offending item  and it remains unchanged. By voting  themselves salaries and paying fat salaries  to friends, the men who conduct the affairs of Rossland have swelled the civic  salary list to an amount greater than the  total which the corporation can levy upon  the laud within the corporate limits. In  view of this it is uot surprising that the  land owners of Rossland should consider  it necessary to form an association for  mutual protection.  High Grade Ore in the Chapleau.  A. 1_. Teeters is meeting with much encouragement in the development of the  Chapleau, a dry ore property on the north  fork of Lemon creek. ,He has recently  came upon a considerable body of high  grade ore, and expresses the opinion that  he wil I. make a mine out of the Chapleau.  The Hall Exploration company had a  working bond upon the Chapleau, but  threw it up last June. The property is  owned by J. C. Gwillim, Frank Dick and  others.  THE  MANHATTAN  MAKES  A  SPECIALTY  OF  ALL  KINDS  OF  MIXED  DRINKS  Klondike Papers on File at the Manhattan  The Kootenay  Brewing,  Haltiiii  Distilling Co.,  [i_i_y_i_?__!_Dl  TIR-A-IX..   _B_ O.  MANbFAGT CRICUS. HOTTLKUS, AND  WHOI-KSAI-K DKAKKliS IN  Carbonated Drinks and  lineral Waters  A.   f~i  MANAGKU NKLSON  BUANC'Ii  All persons wishing to' visit lhe Goat  River, Duck Creek, Summit Creek, Fort  Sheppard, Priest Lake, or Fort Steele  Mining Districts should know that by  taking the Steamer Alberta or Ainsworth  for Ockonook, Idaho, and purchasing  their supplies of the old reliable Ockonook General Store, they will get their  goods at Spokane retail prices and be  from 20 to 50 miles nearer the above  named districts than at any other supply  point  on  the   Kootenai   River.  . I. BARNES Manager  OCKONOOK CENERAL STORE  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Conducted by the Fathers 0. M. S.  ...CLASSICAL COURSES  Will Reopen September 1st.  Send for Catalogue or Address President St. Louis College, New Westminster, B.C.  The business centre for the rich  mines on Spring-er Creek and  Slocan Lake. This is one of  the richest districts in British  Columbia. -,.  Lots  $500 each  to  Ff^AHK FLETCKE ., Trustee.  Ashcroft k McClelland  BLAGKSiVliTHSNG A.ND  EXPERT  .GP(S[8.0F.INC  Wagon   Repairing  Promptly Attended  to  by a First-Glass Wheelwright  Special attention given to all f^inds of repairing  atid custom work, from outside points  SHOP:    Cor. Baker at]d Hall Sts. flelson.  Say! are you going to  Not while I can buy  For 25 cents a quart at the  VICTORIA HOTEL, fcF-"3H_���  VICTORIA STREET, NELSON  Canadian General Electric Company, Ltd.  Capital $1,500,000.    Head Offices Toronto, Ontario.  MINERS! You can make use of water power 50 miles from your mines with our system  We can also sell you complete telephone outfits and  install them.   '  British Columbia Branch Offices       ^c..i.^ Frank Darling, Kootenay Agent  Wire Rope, Feed Water Heaters, Elevators, Shafting, Pulleys, Pipe Glitters,  Special Tools, and a new lot of Tube Cleaners just in.   Roebling's Wire  . R��Pe:   E___5i_5Sffl FRANK- DARLING, Agent.  The Kootenay  Kaslo, B. C,  Will start about March 15th  with about double its former  capa'city in all depart nien ts.  7,000,000 .feet of log's under  contract for  early delivery.  The Planing Mill  and Factory  Is now running full time under the management  of C. K. Doty, 11 competent draughtsman 'J"d  niccluuiic who will furnish speoinl drawings tree  of charge.    New Designs  In house interiors, office and slore fixtures, dado  work, immllcs. brackets, mouldings, book eases,  furiiitiuo, turnings, curving, grill work, and band  sawing. Orders for all such work executed in an  artistic manner.  One Car Glass   .  Direct from Belgium expected this nionlli. Rough  and dressed lumber, laths, etc., always in slock.  Always Reliable and as Represented For Sale by all Leading- Dealers  _ Manufacturers of Brushes  Wj        Brooms and Wooodenware  I HERALD0,  !      MONOGRAM,  I SCHILLAR  Manufactured by The George E. Tucket. & Son Co., Ltd.       UNION MADE CIGARS  SOLE AGENT,  NELSON, B. C  Two Cars Sash  and Doors   Yard and branch ollice loot of Hendryx Sire  Nelson.  G. 0. BUCHANAN  e  Formerly Stanley House  U��]der new ���  management  Refurnished and  Renovated throughout  Everything new and  first-class  Electric lights and  modern  KOOT OK HALL STKI.KT. NKLSON.  T.   W.   GRAY,   Proprietor.  Doors,   Sash,   Band Sawing,   Turned  Work,  and  Office  Fitting's.    Just  arrived and  in stock,  a carload  of Chance's  English   Rolled  Glass; all  sizes  up to 4 by 6 feet.  General Commission and Manufacturers' Agent  ','������       ___G__i_srci-KiS;  Great West Oatmeal Mills, Pilot Jloudd, Manitoba Tlie Virden Roller Mills. Virden, Manitoba  Tlie It. M. Smith Biscuit Factory.  Victoria, 11. (.,'- Smith & I'.sohel, Cigars. St. Jerome, Quebec  KOOTK.N'AY AHAOQUARTKRS, XKLSON, B. C. -'  Office:   Bealey Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  Auctioneers, Real Estate and &enepal Commission Agents,  CUSTOM  BROKERS AND NOTARIES  PUBLIC  IMPROVED NELSON  RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE  Offices to let in Brick Blocks Seated by steam and furnished with all modern iirip.ovemen.ts.      ���  UNDER [JEW IW\NACEME:NT  J. C. BLANDY & CO., Proprietors,  BALPO-CJE  This famous and  delightful  summer  resort  has b.-cn  taken  over bv the above  firm and will  be conducted in tfie future in a first-class manner  C00D SHOOTING AND FISHJNC  LAWN TENNIS CI^OUNDS  COOL PIG-NIC GROVES  PARTIES PROVIDED FOR,  KATKS:   S'J W AND  .'-' ;10 I���*I.IS  DAY.  W. J. G. DICKSON  _=t__l__-I.   ESTATE  _a__ST_=)  COIV-lvIISSIO-N" ___c3-_u_sro?  _vni_sri_si-a- beokee  e  We are agents for The James Stewart Manufacturing- Company ��� of Woodstock, and have just received 2 cars of 'their  celebrated Stoves and Ranges, which Ave are offering- at exceptionally low prices. We have also a full stock of Queen  Heaters.     Give us a call.     Prompt  attention  to  letter orders.  re nee  THE BEST VALUES IN  IS O.'KKIiKD HV  D". MeApthur:& Co.  BKALKY BLOCK. BAKER STRKET, NELSON.  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.  NOTICE.  Having appointed W. .1. U. Dickson local agent for  Addition A lo the townsite of NoNon, intending purchasers of lots, or persons wishing information, plans, or  price-lists of the addition, will please applv to niii). 1  This house carries the largest stock of furniture and furnishings  in southern Kootenay.   Substantial reductions for cash.  MUSIC  LESSONS  Mrs.    Morley   is   prepared   to .  receive pupils for piano, violin  For  terms  Apply to Thomson Stationery Co., Ltd,. Nelson  Near corner Victoria and Sln.nloy streets  Views of all parts of Ivootenay  Photograph- in the lalesl styles  OMii.rn.nlc.e -ntisfiicl.ion  Mrs. Johnson.  THE TREM0NT  ^ Tsr-HiLSO-isr  MALONE fc TUKOrLLI'S.  I'mprnit.or-  Isoneof tho best hotel- in Toad Mountain district, and  is the headquarter-   or prospectors and minors.  or organ  Dr.  W.  J.  Quinlan  ZDZEITnTTIST  Will open denial parlors in the 'I'ruvcs hlock, corner of  liaker and Ward strcels upon the completion of the  luiililiiic.   The huildiutc will he ready in ti limit one month.  iti_K_!  "���-���___?____-  ���***_!  _-�����";���?  Eft* ���*_  [:���?��� ������ a  'M  . ���-'r.-'l  ��� ���_ >  Si-i' i.J  * t     IJlt    |w7  TTC-rr  P-M   HIJII   t I  n    V.   .  I -    !��������� I  TT  '.v...,  ��� I'l ���  I.  -imrTV"  ��� _  V  TIT7T  '���A  -  -���-._.���������.����� ���;���?;���  p. i  ,."' -1 i *W  '���,V.\  m-M_i_ 1-JtWW J�� ' -_ S,>_1 THE TRLBUNIS:   Nl.I.KON, B. Q, SATURDAY, SEPTI.jM liER JS, L897.  r)  Capital,s  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  NTBEAL  $12,000,000  6,000,000  .ir DONALD  A.  SMITH   Hon. GKO.  A.  1)1UJ ALMOND.  I.   S. CLOUSTON   ,...- President   Vice-President  .(3. noral Manager  M  _sr__ii_so_sr _3_?i__��--3sro__r ,  W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.        ItKANCHKS  IN        LONDON   (England),'  NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  .mid in the principal cities in Canada.  ny and  sell Sterling   Kxchaiige and  Cable Transfers  GKANT COMMKKCIAL AND TKAVELT.KKS' OKKHITS.  available in any part, of llio world.  IlKWTS  ISSUTK1)     COW.KCTIO.V15  MADE!   ICTC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  HATE OF INTEREST (at present) 3 Per Cent.  TOLD   OP   THE   ROTHSCHILDS.  Stories Prom the Home of the Family of  Bankers.  The city of l<Yankl'ort-oii-lhe-Ma'ii.owes  ifcs importance to the .Jews, and .hielly to  tlie Hothsehild family. It i.s one of the  finest cities in Europe, and is the richest  city in the world for its population, although of late Berlin hn�� .taken considerable business away and litis become the  centre of international banking relations-.  There ji re sti.ll 171 hunks in I/i .mkfor. lo  a population ot 218.000, which is one bank-  to every 1*300 persons. Some of the banks  have a capital of 70,000,000 or 80,000,000  marks. Institutions like the Rothschilds  have a capital that is practically unlimited.    No one knows the amount.  The Jews have obtained all this wealth  and prominence in spite of ostracism,  persecution, and restrictions of many  kinds. When Ansel in Hothsehild wtis  born in Frankfort, what was known as  the .1 udengasse wtis separa.ted from the  rest of the city by high walls and heavy  gates, which were shut at nightfall and  kept closed until sunrise. On Sundays  they were never opened. The walls of  i.he Judengasse were destroyed hy  Ivleber's army in I70(i. In 187*3 the whole  district was condemned as a nuisance" by  sanitary authorities, and cleared out, except a single row of old fashioned houses,  which date from the fifteenth century and  were the homes of the ancestors ol*>l.he  richest and most influential citizens.  The .Jewish population of the city is now  from ...,000 to -10,000, about 10 per'cent, ol'  the total. They monopolize the banking  business, they own antl occupy the most  sumptuous residences, they have the  choicest boxes at the opera, their; horses  antl carriages to be seen in the parks, mid  boulevards, and they buy the inosc costly  pictures. They have a society of tlieir  own indifferent to the .."jealousy and scorn  of the poorer portion of the population  who profess the Christian faith.  The ancestors of the Frankfort Jews  came from Palestine, Turkey, and Spain  to escape the persecution in the thirteenth,  fourteenth tind fifteenth centuries, and  became the serfs of the emperor of 'Cler-  niany, who accorded them protection in  exchange for a fixed tribute which went  into his private purse. In I'M!) Charles  IV., being pressed for funds, mortgaged  his Jews to the municipality of Frankfort  for ��80,000. The sum was never repaid,  and tliusilie inhabitants of the JiHlenga-i.se  passed under the control of the city council, which selected a swampy and tin-  healthful spot on the margin of the town,  ; where they were obliged to reside, and  exacted from them a certain portion of  their earnings or sold their labor at so  '.-much a month. The Jews who controlled  their own time and talent paid dearly for  that privilege, but were shrewd enough  to make a profit aud advance themselves,  slowly but surely. They were not allowed  to use the sidewalk, but were compelled  to travel with cattle and carts in the  middle of the street. They were compelled to wear a distinctive dress. Every  male Jew had a patch of yellow cloth  upon his breast, and every woman wore  blue and white stripes. They vvere allowed only one name.  The man who lived in 52 Judengasse,  which was known as ''the house of the  red shield" because of a sign which the  occupant placed over its door, was called  Ansel m.  The origiual Anselm was a dealer in old  coins and curiosities. He married and  had a boy, who was called Mayer Anselm  in order to distinguish hiui from his  father. He was sent to a rabbi relative  to be educated, tind afterward got a place  in the bank, where he developed remarkable business talent. When his father  died he came home, took his house, his  trade prospered,'became influential among  his race, gained the respect of Christians  as well as .Jews, and was called Anselm of  the Red Shield, or von Rothschild.  But his  fame was only local   until  he  made   the   acquaintance'  of    baron   von  Estroff,  then  Landgrave  of Hesse,  who ���  was a coin collector, and sent for Anselm  one day to 'make some purchases.    When  the latter arrived the baron was engaged  in a game of chess and could not be disturbed.    The Jew stood aud watched the  play.    The baron was checked, it seemed,  hopelessly,  and, turning  to the Jew, he  said:  "Do you play chess?"  "Sometimes," was the answer.  "What  would  you do  if you   were in  my fix'."  The Jew modestly pointed out a move  which the baron accepted and followed  his advice through a game that was soon  wo i. After that Anselm spent a great  deal of time playing chess with the Landgrave, who prided himself on his ability  to beat every one of his subjects. The  baron and the coin merchant thus became  great friends, and there was considerable  ! Professors 'Virchow and Tesla have  agreed that the men of the world die too  young, that we are iu the ante-chamber  of a discovery which will prolong life indefinitely, and that thereafter men aud  women will live, retaining all their faculties for centuries. In a lecture before an  international congress of scientists held  recently in Moscow, Prof. Virchow boldly  announced that the discovery would be  made while yet many of the audience before him were alive, so that perfect men  married to perfect women would raise a  race whose lives would continue through  the centuries, and that the final result  would be that death would be triumphed  over, and mortals would be immortal.  His theory i.s that all life begins in a cell,  that iu life these cells are constantly  wearing out and being replaced by other  cells, that decay begins when through the  taint of microbes there is no longer the  vitality to perfectly reproduce tiie cells  as they decay: that the secret of prolonging life indefinitely lies in finding the universal microbe killer, life's final   mystery.  business between them in the way of  loans and discounts. It was baron von  Estroff who sent IG,S00 Hessian soldiers  to America during the war of the Revolution, to fight on the British side, and received a large sum of money for their  services. When Napoleon came along a  'few years after, the baron had saved of it  about 4,000,000 thalers in coin, which he  took to Anselm and asked him to conceal  for him that it might escape the French  army. Anselm accepted the trust without responsibility, and, as the story goes,  dropped the bags of gold to the bottom  of his well. The French soldiers plundered  his house and took away everything valuable that belonged to him, but the Laud-  grave's money was overlooked.  As soon as the army passed on aud he  could do so without being suspected,  Anselm loaded the. treasure on the back  of a donkey 'and started for Kngland,  where he entrusted it to hi.s son, Nathan,  a young man who Imd gone to London a  few years- before, and was doing a modest  business in shaving notes- and in the coin-  mission way. There the father and son  quietly bought, a little at a time, large  blocks off English, Austrian and German  securities, which were depressed by the  war. Anselm went back to Frankfort,  and there speculated with some of the  money. It was nine years before the  Landgrave returned. In ' tiie meantime  his- money had quadrupled, and Anselm  Rothschild returned it to him, with interest at;*) per cent, which ot itself amounted  to ��150,000, a,small fortune. At first the  Landgrave declined to take the interest,  but Anselm of the Red Shield insisted  that he was entitled to it. It was a very  profitable investment, for the Landgrave  told the story all over Europe, and made  his agent famous, so that every king and  duke and little'potentate who wanted  money sought it of the honest Anselm,  who became known as the "court Jew."  'While the duke of Wellington wtis in  Spain che British government found it  impossible to convey funds to him. Anselm  undertook the duty, and succeded in some  secret way in_tran_portinga large amount  of coin from London to the duke's treasure chest in the southern part of tlie  peninsula, and made an enormous profit  in the transaction.  Thus was laid the foundation of the  most influential banking house of the  world.  Anselm had five sons���Anselm Mayer,  Nathan, Solomon, James, and Carl���who  scattered over l.urope and established  branches of the parent bank at Frankfort  in Vienna, London, Naples, and Faris. As  early as 1S20 they were the greatest bankers in the world, making a specialty of  government loans. While the great banks  are in a measure separate and distinct,  they are nevertheless the same, and tlie  family, now very large, is a single firm  with a single interest.  They have made it a rule to intermarry,  and havedelied the doctrine of scientists  wiio have forbidden the marriage ol relatives on the ground that it debilitates a  race. A Rothschild always looks among  his cousins for a wife: uncles have married nieces, new pews have nmrried aunts.  ��� The Rothschilds have done a great deal-  tor Frankfort in the way of benevolence  as well as business, and it is the custom of  the family to'distribute a large sum of  money among the deserving poor of their  sect annually upon the Jewish New Year.  .The most conspicuous of their benevolences is a public library, which occupies  the former residence of Carl Mayer Rothschilds, and was founded by his daughter  several years ago.  The banking business of the family is  conducted in the same old-fashioned building it has occupied ever since the firm  was established ini the early part of this  century. It is situated where once stood  the gate of the. Judengasse, on the boundary line between the Jewish aud Christian cities. Everything about it is strikingly plain and old-fashioued. ,- There are  no carpets on the floor, and the desks and  finishings are of pine instead of the mahogany that you find in the newer banking houses of the city. There is an air of  severity and frugality about the place.  The calculations of the clerks are made on  the backs of old envelopes, and they still  use lamps and candles instead of electric  light. 'Most-of the employees are members of the family.. The boys of the Paris  and London branches come to Frankfort  to begin their business career and learn  lessons in industry, accuracy and fidelity,  and they generally serve a term in each  branch of the firm in order that they may  know the peculiar conditions and surroundings.  The business ia conducted with great  secrecy. Nobody knows anything about  it, and therefore there is a great, deal of  conjecture and gossip. Some years ago  one of the employees of the house was a  defaulter for a large sum of money. He  was not punished and.not even prosecuted, because it was said the members of  the firm feared they would be called upon  to give evidence concerning their business  relations if they took him into court, and  it would cost them a great deal more  money to have their business transactions  exposed than the defalcation amounted to.  TO   DEFY   TIME.  the principle which keeps life alive, and  as experiments and investigations arc-  now going ou, his thought i.s that the  problem is about solved.  The prolV-s-oi-.shows that as men have  learned more and more of the enemies of  life and how to prevail against them,  human life has been so much lengthened  that centenarians are no longer rare, and  -all that is needed to continue life indefinitely is perfect knowledge. But he is  too sanguine of a near consummation.  There will have to be a change in the  hearts of men. With his theory confirmed aud the microbe killer found, about  six men that might be named would own  the world in fifty years morel It is too  soon for the new era to begin. Man is yet  of the earth too earthlv; it would not do.  It may come at last. It is not an impossible thought. The sun supplies the  material to make its own light and'fire,  and to make it possible for life to exist in  planets millions of miles away, and it can  be imagined that by and by mind may  become such a master over matter that it  can make it as everlasting as mind itself.  The Columbia & Kootenay  Railway & (Navigation Go.  ha v.;  usmess  On linker imd Vernon  (if good  Residential Lots  ���it reel-5 nnd plonly  in   the government   IiiwiimIo   uf   Xelson.  Also lots in  Itobson  Applj   lo  Frank Fletcher, P.L.S., Agent, Nelson.  Having- purchased the scavenger  business formerly carried on by G.  H. Owen, respectfully solicit the continuance of the patronage of G. H.  Owen's former patrons. ��� The new  firm has every appliance necessary  and will guarantee satisfaction to all  those who entrust them  with work.  ootenay  A complete stock of Building Lumber of  all   lynds will   now be   i\ept  at   Nelson,.  Charles St. Barbe, Agent.  _A..  G.   JE_"V\r___-_E-T'  Room _, Clements & Hillyer Hlock, Nelson  CORPORATION OF THE  CITY OF  NELSON  _3-X"-__,^_."V7"   ISTO.   1___  Whereas it is desirable-mill  necessary to  license and  regulate   plumbers  in   the   City  of   Nelson, and   to  provide for. the appointment of a plumbing inspector,  and to provide for the effective plumbing, sewerage  and draining of buildings.  Therefore be it enacted by the municipal'-council of the  Corporation of the Citv of Nelson as follows:  1.   The municipal council shall. I'roni  time to finie.as  occasion   may   require,   appoint,   such    inspector   or  inspectors for  plumbing,   hereinafter called   plumbing  inspectors, as  maybe found  necessary: but no person  shall be eligible for such appointment who shall not have  passed a satisfactory examination for proficiency in both  practice und theory of plumbing and drainage before the  board of examiners as hereinafter provided.  _. Such inspector or inspectors shall be under the  supervision of the mayor, and shall be paid such salary  as the municipal council may determine.  3. A board of plumbing examiners is hereby constituted, to consist of the city engineer for the lime being,  who shall be chairman of the board, and one practising  phvsician, and one practical journeyman plumber, both  newborn shall be appointed'by the municipal council:  and the board shall be called together at such times as  the chairman may find necessary.  1. In ease any dispute arises under this by-law, as to  whether any peVson or persons employed by any licensed  master plumber is a regularly educated, practical aud  experienced plumber, as iu this by-law is provided, the  plumbing inspector may notify the said workman to  appear and be examined before such board of examiners,  whose decision as to t.he competency of such workman  shall be final and conclusive.  it. The said board of examiners shall examine and  may grant certificates of competency to any plumber  who may apply for that purpose, and such certificate  shall be recorded in the ofllce of the city clerk, the  person receiving the same paying a fee of one dollar  therefor, and such plumber shall be a registered plumber  of the city.  (i. Upon and immediately after the passage of this  by-law, and in every ensuing year on or before the lath  day of January, any person desiring to carry on business  or trade as a master plumber within the City of Nelson,  shall take out a license, for which he shall pay.-it the  time of the issuing thereof the sum of twenty-live dollars,  except as hereinafter provided, and any person may  take out a license under the provisions of this by-law on  behalf of a partnership, firm, or company of whicli he  may lie a member.  7. No person shall receive such a license unless  he is of the full age of twenty-one years, and has  a place of business within the City of Nelson, and  furnishes a bond binding himself to the amount of  SuOO.IK).��� with at least two sureties in the sum of  Si'iO.OO each, fo the satisfaction of the municipal  council, or a bond to tlie same amount from a guarantee  company, and that he will employ only registered  plumbers who have received nnd hold a certilicatc of  competency from the hoard of examiners to do all such  plumbing work as he nmy engage to do, and whether he  isa practical plumber himself or not, will not permit or  allow any such work to be done by himself or in connection with the business except hy such registered  plumbers, and lhat he will not violatcany of fhe terms  and conditions, rules and regulations contained in this  by-law, or in any other by-law which shall come into force  from time to time in the City of Nelson ..respecting  plumbing, drainage, sanitary matters and water works  within tne said city.  S. Kvery person desiring such license shall file wilh  the city collector a petition in writing ofthe same, giving  name of tlie applicant, and in case of a partnership, the  name of each member thereof, together with the place  of business, and asking to become a licensed master  plumber, and said petition shall be accompanied by the  bond and fee hereinbefore mentioned.  !l. Any change of firm or location of fhe business shall  be promptly reported lo the city collector, and the  license sliail be kept in a conspicuous place at the  location of the business.  10. When any member of a partnership or company  is licensed individually for the partnership or company,  the license maybe issued in the name of the firm, copartnership or company, the said license  sell ing out  Ihe  names of the members of the firm, co-partnership or  directors of the company, and llie date the license was  granted, and no licence so granted shall bo transferable  except with the permission of the municipal council.  11. All licensed master plumbers shall be held responsible for all act* of their employees in connection  with their !i'i-iness lor which such bonded license is  issued.  VI. Kvery such bond and license .shall be for llie year  current at the time of the granting thereof, and shall  expire on the lath day of .January next succeeding the  date of issue.  1.". Upon satisfactory evidence furnished to the ciiy  collector thai any master plumber has been twice convicted by the police magistrate, or two justices of the  peace having jurisdiction within (he limits of the City of  Nel.on, of any violation of tho provisions of (.his by-law,  or any of lhe by-laWn respecting plumbing, drainage,  .-.unitary matters or water works, his license shall be,  ip-'o facto, forfeited and returned to I he collector.  II. Any master plumber whose bonds and license may  become forfeited shall not again bo entitled to a license  until the said declaration of forfeiture shall be revoked  by the municipal council, and if such master plumber is  carrying on his business in co-pan nership, or as a  member of a company, the co-partnership or company  shall not carry on the business of plumbing from the  date of such cancellation.  15. .Before proceeding to construct, re-ciiislrucf, alter  or change any portion of the plumbing, drainage or  ventilation of an holel, leiieiiient, warehouse, wash  house, or other buildings, the owner, his agent or the  master plumber constructing the same, shall file in the  ofllce of the city clerk an application for a permit,  therefor, and such application shall be accompanied  with a specification or abstract thereof, in a blank .form  prescribed and supplied for that purpose by the city  clerk, stating the nature and work to be "done, and  giving tlio size, kinds and weights of all pipes, iraps and  fittings, togelher with a description of all closets and  other lixtures, and a plan with the street and street  number, marked thereon, and showing the drainage  system complete. Plans must be legibly drawn in ink on  a scale of eight feei'to an inch.  !(!.   A permit shall be granted or refused   within two  days from the time of filing of the application, and the'  permit ofthe plumbing inspector (if granted) shall be  valid for six months from the date of issue.  17. If the plumbing inspector shall find that the said  plans and specifications do not conform with the rules  and requirements laid down in respect to plumbing and  drainage in the by-laws of the City of Nelson, ho shall  not issue any permit for such plumbing and drainage,  and il shall be unlawful lo proceed therewith.  JS. After a plan or .specification has once been  approved no alteration or deviation from the same will  be allowed except with the written consent of the  plumbing inspector.  1!). From and after the passing of this by-law every  owner, or agent of. an owner, of .any building doing or  causing to be done any plumbing in such building shall,  on the same being passed by the plumbing inspector, be  granted a certificate lhat such plumbing has been done  in accordance with the city by-laws, and on being  requested fo do so shall deliver such certificate to any  person proposing to purchase or occupy such building.  .0. No part, of any plumbing or drainage work shall  be covered or concealed in anyway until it has been  examined and approved by ihe plumbing inspector, fo  whom notice must be seal when tho work is suflicicntly  advanced to be inspected, unless in the case of drainage  below the surface of the ground, whicli the inspector  has failed to inspect within the five working hours next  ensuing after being notified, then the ground may be  filled in. in case of an emergency allecting lhe public  safety.  21. All material must be of good quality and free from  defects, and the work must be executed in a thorough  and workmanlike manner.  ���22 The arrangement of soil and waste pipe must be as  direct as possible.  2'A. The soil, waste and ventilating pipes and traps  must, whore practicable, he exposed to view for ready  inspection al all times and for convenience in repairing.  When necessarily placed within partitions, or in  recesses of walls, soil, waste and ventilating pipes must  be covered with woodwork so fastened as lo be readily  removed. In no case shall they be so placed as to be  absolutely inaccessible, unless under written permission from the plumbing inspector.  ���21., When the ground is made or unsound, the house  sewer shall be uf medium or extra heavy cast iron or  brass pipe, with joints properly caulked with lead.  lit. In sound ground, provided it K outside of the  building, hard sail, glazed, vitrified pipe maybe used;  each length shall be wetted before being laid and flic  space completely filled with cement mortar, made in the  proportion of two of good, clean sharp sand and one of  tho'bcsf Portland cement, except in wet ground, when a  ga.-ket shall be placed around the spigot and forced  down to the bottom of the socket and finished with mortar  conical, as described above. Kach pipe inu.l be cleaned  out with a mop after being laid. Tho different lengths  must be laid in perfect line on the bottom and sides. All  connections must be through "Y" junctions.  20. Any soil pipe passing through a building, or  beneath lhe floor of a cellar or basement, shall be of cast,  iron or brass as in section 21, and shall extend to al  least five feet outside lhe building and no wall .hall  be builf-leaning solidly upon lhe same.  27. Where it is found impracticable to carry the main  ventilating pipe above the surrounding openings or  adjoining buildings Within the prescribed distance of  forty feet, as in section 32,.permission may be granted by  tho plumbing inspector to insert a running trap between  the house and the sewer in a position to be approved by  the plumbing inspector, such running trap to have a  cleaning cap made gas and air tight, brought up to the  surface of the ground, and taken off the outer or sewer  side of such running trap. A fresh air inlet shall be  brought up to the surface of the ground from the inlet or  house side of such running trap, and be provided with a  cast iron grating set in good Portland cement, and be kept  free from dirt and deposit. In all cases where such intercepting trap is used, the main ventilating pipe must  open at least ten feet from any opening or window.  AS. No exhaust from steam engines, or blow off from  steam boilers, or overflows from water motors, shall be  connected with either private or public sewers.  29. Kvery vertical soil pipe shallbe of cast iron or  brass, and shall extend a sufficient height above the  highest window, roof or coping, or light shaft,  to the  satisfaction of the plumbing inspector.    M0. No rain water, down pipe..or' chimney Hue shall  be used as a ventilator for any sower, trap, soil or was! e  pipe, or as any soil or waste pipe.  "31: Kach building shall be provided with a main  ventilating pipe of cast iron or wrought: iron pipe,  galvanized, of not less diameter than four inches, which  shall be carried at least two feet above the highest  window, opening or light shaft, and to the satisfaction of  the plumbing inspector.  32. Soil or main ventilating pipes in an extension  must bo carried to and above the roof of the main  building, when otherwise they would open within forty  feet of any openings of the main or adjoining houses,  unless as provided for in section 27.  33. No soil pipe shall be less than four inches in  diameter. A waste pipe receiving the discharge of five  or more sinks shail not be less than three inches in  diameter aud shall have two inch branches.  31. When lead pipe is used to connect fixtures with  vertical soil or waste pipes, or to connect traps with  main ventilators, it shall not be lighter than:  1 inch in diameter, 11 pounds per yard.  1| inch in diameter,   5:i pounds per yard.  I. inch in diameter,   (i  pounds per yard.  2 inch in diameter, 8 pounds per yard,  t inch in diameter, 15 pounds per yard.  21 inch in diameter, 1! _��� pounds per yard.  3 inch in diameter, nil pounds per yard.  ' l  inch in diameter, 21   pounds per yard.  Trap vent pipes shall be of brass, lead, cast or gal vanr/.cd  wrought iron. All traps and .fittings shall be equal in  quality and thickness to the pipes to which they are  attached.  35. All cast iron pipes must be of the best clean grey  metal, free from sand cracks, honey comb, poms places,  air holes or other defects, and of the grade known as  medium which may be used below all lixtures, and for  ventilating pipes the grade known as ".Standard" of the  heavy quality. In buildings over three stories in height,  the three lower stories must, be fitted with the grade  known as extra heavy.   The following will be accepled:  Standards. 2  in. 3   in. I   in.  5 in.  (i in.  Below fixtures (pounds). I   in. (i{ in. !l  in. 17 in. 20 in.  Above fixtures(pounds).l   in. 5   in. 11} in.  Kxtra heavy (pounds).. .5' in. '.)\ in. 13 in. 17 in. 20 in.  All  fittings  used  iu connection   wilh  such  pipes  shall  correspond iu weight and quality.    All such  pipes aud  fillings to be coated  inside anrl out. with tar and  as-  phnllimi.  3(J. Before being accepted all plumbing work shall be  tested by water or other test approved by and made in  the presence of the plumbing inspector. All defective  material shall be removed and replaced, and bad workmanship made good.  '37. All joints iu iron or brass sewer pipe, soil pipe,  waste pipe and ventilators shall be made with a gasket  of oakum, and lead hand caulked, and be perfectly gas  tight.  'AS. All connections of lead with iron or brass pipe  shall be maple with a brass ferrule of the same diameter  of the lead pipe put in hub of the iron pipe and caulked  wilh lead. The ferrule shall be connected with t.he lead  pipe with a wiped joint. Vent and flush pipes of water  closetsshall be connected with brass couplings or strong  rubber connections under the discretion of lhe plumbing  inspector.  .')_. All connections of lead, waste and vent pipes shall  be made witli wiped joints.  10. All watercloscts, urinals, sinks, basins, wash lrays,  baths and nil tubs or sets of tubs, and hydrant, waste  pipes shall be separated and effectively trapped, except  when a sink and wash tubs immediately adjoin each  other, in which case Ihe waste pipe from the tubs may  be connected with fhe inlet side of the sink trap. Urinal  platforms, if connected with the sewers, must also be  properly trapped, vented and automatically flushed  willi wafer from asupply tank.  II. Traps sha'; be placed as near the fixtures as  priict icablc. and in no case shall a trap be more than two  feet from lhe fixture. All traps must, have a cleaning nut  screw on the underside.  12. All waste- pipes from fixtures other than water  closets shall be provided at Ihc out let with strong metal  strainers, and all sinks and wnsb tubs shall be provided  wilh approved grease traps.  13. Tlie waste pipes from no oilier lixtures shall be  connected with a water closet. Imp.  11. All traps shall he prnlep-led from syphonngo by u  vein ilnl ing  pipe   leading  from   I lie highest   and   outer  jiortion of ��� the trap, cither separate or joining the  main vcnlilntiiie pipe, above lhe highest fixture, except  in such particular eases, that in the discretion1 of lhe  plumbing inspector the vent pipe may be dispensed with  upon proof of n"ii���yplionagc.  15. Kortrn. - in w.i I or closet's the branch ventilating  pipe Ahull no- b..' I ���-- than two inches in diameter, and  not lc.-s ihan line- i.iches fora buildinjjof three stories or  more in height. Where a bath or basin, or both, are in  the same room with a water closet, the vents for same  may join the closet vent above lhe lixlure. Tn no case  shall more than two water closets communicate wilh the  same ventilating pipe unless it is over two inches in  diameter. '      , ,  !(!. Overflow pipes' must discharge into the open air,  where possible, with a Hap on the end to keep out  draught, otherwise they must in every case be connectod  with the waste pipe on the inlet side of the trap.  17. Kvery safe under a wash basin, bath, urinal, water  closet or other lixtures. shall be drained by a special pipe  unconnected with a sewer, wast cor soil pipe, discharging  into the open air. The outlets of such pipes are lobe  provided with Hap valves.  IS. No drain pipes from refrigerators shall be directly  connected with any soil pipe, waste pipe or sewer.  til. 'Water closetsshall nol be placed man unvenlilated  room or compartment. Iu every case theie shall he an  opening to the'outer ah'. All water closds .-.hall be  supplied with water from special tanks, and the water  from the=e shall not be Used for any other purpose. No  water closetsshall be directly supplied from the water  mains or service pipes. Water closet cisterns shall be  filled with ball.taps, etc., to prevent waste.  50. Where the I rap of the closet is above the floor, the  connection with the soil pipe shall be made with brass,  rubber or approved door flanges. l  51. Overllow or discharge pipes fruin tanks for  drinking water shall never be connected with any noil,  vent, waste pipe orsewer.  '62. No closel or any other convenience which allows  lhe escape into flic house of air or gas which has been  confined in any part of it. or from the drain or soil pipe,  or which allows the accumulation of filth in or about it,  shall  be lifted up or used.  53. No person other than a licensed plumber or pipe  layer, acting under the supervision of the inspector,  shall be permitted to make any connection with a public  sewer.  ol: All openings for private sewers must bo so made  as to cause a.s little inconvenience as possible lo the  public; on completion the surface to be left in as good  order as it was before the opening wa-s made, and all  materials, loose earth aud rubbish lobe removed within  twenty-four hours ; all such openings to be fenced by day  aud lighted by night in such a manner as may be  approved of by the inspector. '  55. No house sewer pipe to have n less fall tliat. one in  forty, unless special permission, in writing, is granted  by the inspector.  ijli. No privale sewer in actual use shall be disturbed  except under the special direction of the plumbing  inspector.  57. All water pipes must, be protected from injury or  settling.  .">.. The pi limbing inspect or sha 11 have I he power (center  upon any premises and examine the plumbing, ventilation and drains, and should the same, in his opinion, be in  an unsanitary condition, may notify the owner or bis  agents to ha ve I he same put in a sanitary condition, and  any person neglecting to do so forthwith, to the satisfaction of the plumbing inspector, shall be liable to (he  pcnalliesof this by-law.  X). The plumbing inspector is al-o authorized lo  receive and place on lilc drawings and descriptions of  the plumbing and drainage of buildings executed in  the City of Nelson prim-to the passage of this by-law,  and examine and give a certilicatc if in accordance  with the provisions of this by-law.  lit). Any person guilty of an infraction of any of the  provisions of this bj-law shall be lialilc. on  conviction before Ihe police magistrate or any two  justices ofthe peace haviugjurisdiction within the limits  of the City of Nelson, to be lined in any sum not.  exceeding one hundred dollars, incliinivc of costs, and in  case of uoii-nayuient of Ihc fine and costs the Mime  may be levied by distress and sale of goods and chattels  of tin: oil'eiider. and in case of non-payment of the line,  and there being no (list russ found out (if which the same  can be levied, such offender shall be liable to be imprisoned I'or any period nol exceeding two months.  (il. This bv-law mav be cited for all purposes as the  "Plumbing By-law. No. II. 1KU7."  Bead first aiid second limes 21sl of June. 1S07.  Bead third time Sth September, ISD7.  Reconsidered and linallv adopted and passed 13lh .September. A. I). ]S!I7.  |si:ai..| JOHN  HOUSTON. JIavar.  CiiAin.i-:-. K. Si;\i.i:v. City Clerk.  NOTICE.  The above is a I rue copy of a bv-law passed on (he  13th day of .September. 1S1I7, by the municipal council of the City of Nelson, and all persons are hereby required to take notice that anyone desirous uf applying to  have said by-law, or any part thereof, quashed, must  make hi- application for that purpose to the supreme  court of Brilish Columbia within one month next after  fhe publication of this by-law in the British Columbia  llny.i'l to. or he will be too late to lie heard in that behalf.  CHAS. K. SEALKV. City Clerk.  CORPORATION  OF THE  CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE   FOR   TENDERS.  .Sealed tenders will be received up to 8 o'clock p.m. on  Monday, September 13lh. for the laying of 1700 feet.more  or less, of IS-inch main sewer aud 3000 feel, more or less,  -of 8-inch lateral sewer.  Plans and specification-; can be seen al the ollice of llu.  ciiy clerk. Eire Hall.  iUark tenders "tender for laying sewer pipe."  The. lowest or any tender not ncce.-sarilv accepted.  CHARf.Krf K. SKAI-KS'. City Clerk...  ",_M__S^r  SALE OF MINERAL  CLAIMS  BY TENDER.  -Scaled tenders marked on' the envelope "Tender for  Mineral Claim" and addressed to the .'undersigned will  be received till noon on Friday. October 1st next, for the  purchase of the interest of the late Anfone Nelson on an  undivided half of the "Hidden Treasure" and on ail undivided half of the "AIfonse" mineral claims situate in  the Nelson Mining Division of tlie District of West  Ivootenay.  Terms cash in ten days after the acceptance of the  tender. A deposit of ;fen dollars must accompany each  tender as a guarantee of good faith. The highest or any  tender not necessarilv accepted.  Dated the20tli day of August, 1S!I7.  ���'.'", .1.  h\ AKMSTBONG.  Ollicial Administrator, Eort Steele. B.C.  *Msmmg&Yr  TIMBER INSPECTOR'S OFFICE.  NOTICE.  The sale of the Itobson Sawmill Company's mill, which  was   to   have been sold  on   Monday,  the 23rd  day,of  August,  for non-payment,  of timber royalty has been  postponed till Thursday the 23rd day of .September. 1SII7.  li. J. S'.INNKIJ, Timber .Inspector.  NOTICE TO CREDIToll?.     ~~~'  All parlies having claims again.-t the estate of Carrie  Wilson, alias Alice Willis, late of the city of Nelson, in  the province of British Columbia (deceasedl an: requested to send the same verified by ,-latutorv declaration, and lo produce all securities held by them to the  undersigned within thirty days I'ruin llio' date hereof,  after which dale I will proceed lo distribute the estate of  the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having  regard only to snob claims as have been sent in to mens  aforesaid and will not hold myself liable for nnv claims  nol senl in as afore.-aid.  DAVID  LA BAT. Executor.  Bv  W. A. (;.m.i.iiii:k, his Solicitor.  Dated at Nei  B.C. this Ith dav nf .September. "A.D.  I.S!I7.  And all parties indebted to the estateipf Ihc snid Carrie  Wilson, alias Alice Willis, will please pay same tip W. A.  Calliher. N'eKon. B. C. solicitor fur lhe o'v.outor.  Of  MORTGAGE SALE  u House and Two  I,��.l- in the Citv of Nelson.  Under and by \irlue of power of sale contained in a  certain indenture of mortgage made In Clmrlos B. .-'an-  soin to the vendor (which will be produced at Ihc time of  sale) there will hi-sold by public auction nl I'. A. Waterman kV Co's ollice. Baker street, in the citv of Nelson, on  Wednesday, tlio_!Uh day of September, I��I7. at. 2 o'clock  p. ui., (subject to conditions then produced) the following  properly, viz: Lots numbers six Uii and seven 17) in  Block twenty-six C.'(l) nn the ollicial plan of the town of  Nelson. These lots have a frontage of 2.'> foci each on  Silica slreet and a depth of 120 feel. Then; is a frame  dwelling on the promises. Terms of s.-ile 10 cash and  balance in ton days or ns may be agreed. Eor furl her  particulars apply to .IOIIX   FAAAO'V.  Dated 2nd Sept.. I.SH7. Vendor's .Solicitor. Nelson.  ('. A.  Wa1'I-:i:.MA.v iS: Op., Auctioneers, Baker Street.  Notice of Application to Purchase Land  Notice is hereby given that, sixty days after dale. I  the iindcrsj.ncd. purpose applying to the chief commissioner nf lands and works for permission |() purchase the  following .described lands.  IlKsVUII'TtON.  Commencing ul a post placed on the cast shore of (filler Arrow lake near tho narrows. marked".l. D s N. W.  corner, thence following eonsi line sout h sn elm ins, thence  SO chains oast, thence ;SO chains north, thence .n chains  west lo pniiii ppf coinmonoemenl. containing CIO acres  more or loss. JOHN C. DEVI,IN.  Dated Nakusp, B. ('., Juno _ll.li. li.17. 'August I lilt]  Spokane Falls & jNortliern,       ���  Nelson & Fort Sheppard,'    .'.  Red, Mountain Railways.  Trje only all'rail route without change of cars  between Nelson an,d Rossland, an,d ,  Spokane ar|d Rosslaqd.  Leave  !l:|iiii.m..  11:00 a. m  8:00 a. in..  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.   NKLSON '    KOSSLANIJ    rfJ'OlCAXl.   Arrive   5:15 p. m.  ...3:40 p. in.,   6:40 p. in.  .Passengers for Kettle River and J-Oundary Creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  Notice    of    Application     for     Certificate     of  Improvements. '  ALPHA .MINKKAL CLAIM, SITUATK IN Till: NI-JLSON .MININC  Ul VISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTKICT, AND I.Ol;ATi:i>  WKST OK AMI AP-OIXI.Vr. TIIK I'OKTO KICO AND  l.r/.'/.U'. IJ. MINKKAL CLAIMS AT TIIK IIK/.D OK HAUItKTT  CICKKK AIIUUT KIVIC MILKS WKST OK TIIK XKL..I).. AND  KOItT SIIKI'I'AKD KAILWAV AND NINK .MILKS KKO.M TIIK  TOWN OK  YMIK.  Take notice that I, Samuel L. Long, acting m-, .'i��enl for  W. II. C'arbould, free miner's certilicatc: No.77.i.i'1. intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply lo thu mining  recorder for a eertillcate of improvement.1!, for ihc purpose of obtaining a crown _ranl of ihe above claim. And  further take notice lhat action, under section 'A7. miisi be  commenced before the. issuance of such cerlilicale of improvements. SAML'KIj Ii. LONG, I'. L. .S.  Daled this .nd day of September, 1S07. "..ept. Ilh|  Notice   of  Appiieation   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  rojCIO KICO .MrXEKAL CLAIM, SITUATK IN TIIK SIC1.HOS  MINING DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTUICT. A.VD  I.OCATKR AT TIIE I1KAD OK IIAKKKTT CKKKIC AUOCT  KIVK MILKS WKST OK TIIK NKLSON AND KOKT SIIKI'I'AKD  KAILWAV AND NINK MILKS  KKO.M   TIIK TOWN OK VMIK.  Take notice that I, Samuel L. Long, acting as iigent for  W. .1. _laxwell, free miner's certilicatc No. 7S,(!29, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply to the mining  recorder for a eertillcate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice lhat action, under section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.       riAM UKL L. LONG. 1'. L. S.  Uated this 2nd day of .September. 18117. [Sept. tt.lt]  Notice     of    Application     for    Certificate     of  Improvements.  I.l'/.Y.IV. U. .MINKKAL CLAIM. SITUATK IN TIIK NKLSON MININC; DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTKICT, AND  LOCATED NOKTII OK AND ADJOINING TIIK I'OKTO KICO  .MINKKAL CLAIM AT TIIK IIKAIl OK IIAKKKTT CKKKIC  .AIIOUT KIVK MILKS WKST OK TIIK NKI.SON AND KOKT  "SIIKI'I'AKD KAILWAV AND NINK MILKS KKO.M TIIK  TOWN OK  VMIK.  Take notice, that I, .Samuel L. Long acting as agent for  Walter A. Ho'ultbee. free miner's certificate No. :t7fiSA. intend sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply tot Si" mining recorder for a certificate of improvement-, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant, of the above claim. Anil  further take notice that action, under section .17, must, be  commenced before the issuance of suoh ccrfilicalc of improvements. SAM UKL L. LONG. 1 >. L. S.  Dated this 2nd day of September, 1897. |Sepi. JtliJ  Notice   of   Appiieation   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  ROOD KNOUGI1 MINKKAL CLAIM. SITUATK IN TIIK NKLSON  MINING DINISION OK WKST KOOTENAV DISTKICT. SITUATE ON TOAD  MOUNTAIN.  Take notice that I. J'"r.tnk Fletcher, acting as agent for  George 11. Andrewn. free miner's certiticate No. fiS.'Jflo.  intend sixty days from the dale lierecf. to apply lo the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvemenr.. for  the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim. And further take notice that action, under section .'!7, munt be commenced before the i-sunucc of such  eertillcate of improvement*.        I-'HANK KLKT( 'HKH.  Dated this 13th day of July. 1S07. ,   [.1 uly 17lh|  Notice   of   Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  IVANIIOK MINKKAL CLAIM, SITUATK IN THE AINSWOKTII  MINING DIVISION OK WEST ICOOTKNAV DISTKICT. AND  LOCATED AHOUT TIIKKK-yUAKTKKS OK A MILK SOUTH  OK TIIK TOWN  Ol' AINSWOKTII.  Take notice that I, A. S. Farwell. acting jls agent for  Maxwell Stevenson, free miner's certilicatc No. 7(!.I(i.">. intend sixiy days from the date hereof, lo apply lo the mining recorder for a certificate'of improvements, for, the  . purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And further fake notice that action, under section 37.  must be commenced before tho issuance of Mich certiticate  of improvements. A. S. KAHWKLL.  Dated this.'irdday of August, 1S97. [August i'th|  Notice   of   Appiieation   for   Certificate  of  ^Improvements.  OKI) KINO, DKXTKI!, AND DKXTKK KKACTIO.V .MINKKAL  CLAIMS, SITUATE IN TIIK NKLSON MINING DIVISION OK  WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTKICT. AND I.OCATKD AIIOUT KIVK  MILKS WKST OK TIIE TOWN OK NKI.SO.V.  Take notice that I, A. S. Farwell, acting as agent for  Alfred C. Kliimerfelt, free miner's certificate No. SS.P:��l.  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply mo the  mining recorder fora certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crown .grants of the above claim*.  And further take notice that action, under .section 37.  must bo commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements. A.S. FARWKLL.  Dated this:_lslday or August'. 1S1J7. [August 2Hh]  Notice   of   Application . for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  KOI.US .MINKKAL CLAIM, SITUATE IN 'I'll K N KI.SON MININC  DIVISION OK WEST ICOOTKNAV DISTKICT. AND LOCATED  ON THE NOKTII KOKIC OK TIIK SALMON:KIVKK. . HOUT  KOUK MILES KKO.M TIIK NKLSO.V AND KOKT Sll KI'I'AKII  KAILWAV. '-.'-.".''.  Take notice that I. N.F.Townscnd. acting a.s agent  for L. K. Keller, free miner's certilicatc No. fH.i>S7. intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining  recorder I'or a certilicatc of -improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim. And  further lake notice that action, under section 37. must be  commenced before the issuance of such certiticate of improvements. N. F. TOU'NSEND.  Dated this-0th day of August. 1SD7. [August 2Sth|  Notice of Appiieation  for Crown Grant.  Take notice that A. S. Farwell. acting as agent for  Joseph It. Hofliin. has tiled the necessary'papers anil made  application for a crown grant in favor nf'the . mineral  claim "Skookuni." situated iu the Ainsworth mining division of Wesl lCootcnay. Adverse claimants, if any.  must flic their objections with nie within (if) days from  the date of the lirst publication of this notice in the British Columbia Gazette.  W. .I..GOI.PKL. Government Agenl.  Dated at Nelson. August 3rd. 1S'J7. |Augusl 71 h  Notice of Appiieation for Crown Grant.  Take notice tbitt I, A. S. Farwell. acting as agent for  .1. II. Young and .John U. Daly, have tiled the necessary  papers and made application for a crown grant in favor  of the mineral claim " Union .Jack." situated on Toad  mountain, in the Nelson mining division of West Koolc-  nnv district. Ail verse claimant--;if any. must, file their  objections with me within iVJdays from the date of the  tit-sf publication of Ibis notice iu the Krili.li Columbia  Gazette. W. .I. C'I)KI'I.L. Government Agent.  Dated at Nelson. H. C. August .Ith. 1KI7.      [Aug. _8th|  Notice of Application to Purchase Land.  Notice is hereby given that I. Charles Heath, intend lo  apply at the expiration of sixty days from the date hereof, to the commissioner of lands and works for permission.to purchase UK)acres of unreserved, unoccupied and  unsiirvcycd crown land, situated near the .confluence of  Meadow creek and Goat river, iii the Goat river mining  division of West ICootenav, British Columbia.  ClfAKLKS IIKAT1I.  Dated this l-'th day of .Inly. 1S1I7.  IlKS CKIITION.  Commencing at initial post marked "Charles Heath's  N. W. Corner." I hence due south 10 chains, thence due  cast 10 chains, thence due north 10 chains, thence due  west II) chains lo point of commencement, containing 100  acres more or less.  Notice   of Application   to   Purchase   Land.  Notice is hereby given that I. Kobcrf I.. Lemon, intend  to apply at the expiration of sixty days from the date  hereof.'to the commissioner of lands and w_.c!:>'. for permission to purchase 1510 ueres of unreserved, unoccupied,  and nnsurvcyed crown lauds, situated on the central  fork of Goal -Kiver. about four miles easterly nf the  .Storm King mineral claim, in Goat River mining division  of West Kootenav. Brilish Columbia.  II. K. LKMov.  Dated August -lib. ISI7, |AugtiM -Slh|  DKSCKIITION.  an  inilial   post  ��� Commencing al an inilial post marked "Hubert K.  Lemon's ... K. corner post." thence north IWl chains,  thence wesl lOll chains, I hence south 1(50 chain*, thence  east Hid chains tip point of commencement, coutainim.' (51"  acre's more or less.  ��?M  &  PIANO   TUNING  Mr. I'. I'lirccll, Ihc expert piano (iiucr. will vin'l Nel.-on  ou   his semi-annual  tour next   week.     I'artii-  wishing  their instruments  tuned   will  pleas" leave order-  .liifiilt Dover or Thompson Urns, by the l.th in-l.  with  ���__���:  :*_i|?rra^y._ .^fl:.:r_^^ v':-"i-";^������,^'^re-..-'.^x":.-,^ ���-;;;��������  -Pf ir;":r_ ���;���_-���-��������� --"fr:;' :*'i-_.��� ��� 'i-n  "���".'IT-iv  "h*-?'1' .  .!���**.���..  j-.  *j., ,'--.,.5 *���.--?".. ������������"��� ���-"' ���./A,i"'.i,:r_ "_'"i _���'/'������ ���.���.�����'   ." r;^-*'-,i..i..;��,��, ;i". v.-  j..'." ,s*. 1 ��� v, < *_.   ."���_������������ '-v ..���..,*. .��-''.- "��e* ��� _���>. TJ3E  TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C., SATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER IS,   1897.  ������^"X,  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Since the $?nv_nimf��r.r -nie of town lots  has been announced n number of'������qijnfctors  have gone upon government. uropBrt.y and  put shades upon the sn me. These people  . will not receive the' lenst, consideration  from the government. No improvements  will be considered nt the time of sale  which have been made since the government appraisers made their report.  Among the arrival at the l.oyal hotel  this ^ .ele was Miss Robinson, daughter  of W. .G. and Mrs. Kobinson. _.li���� l.lobin-  son arrived Tuesday morning.  The Elise mine will not be sold by the  sheriff. The stockholders in the I.li.e  company dug up S-'JOOO on Satnrtltiy and  secured a release of the property. A meeting of the shareholders will be held on  Wednesday next for the purpose of electing new directors and making arrangements for the resumption of work upon  the property.  Bob Shiell i�� reported to ha ve discovered  a fourth lead noon the Porcupine, a claim  ' above Whitewater station upon which he  is doing development work. The lead is  about Ave feet wide and carries much  cleatr ore.  The people nf Grand Porks witnessed a  novel rece on 'Saturday between Arthur  ' Miltborp. �� bicyclist, and Huntley's trotter. Honest John. Prom a standing start  Milthorp nnide the half milein one minute and 10 seconds, winning by some TH  yards.  The combined power of the engines of  tlie steamers Nakusp, Trail and Ivootenay  bavins, failed to pull the steamer Nakusp  off the bar in tlie Columbia. .Jack screws  and skids: will have to be resort, d to. ft  is said that, it-will cost the company $;"i000  to launch the boat.  W. A. Galliher i.s on his wav to Leth-  bridge. When he returns he will be accompanied by Mrs. Galliher and family.  Alderman .John J. Malone received the  congratulations of his brother aldermen  on Wednesday .upon his marriage Tues-  - day evening to Miss Lydia II. Bennett.  The ceremony was performed by Hev. G.  I-I. Morden.  J. Fred Hume and A. ' L. Davenport  and party will make a start on Thursday on a duck hunting expedition  up' Kootenay river. It is understood  that they have made arrangements for a  supply of ducks at llykert's.  The Athabasca mine will ship GO tons of  ore this month which will average about  $100 to the ton.  Thomas W. ('ray wa.s assessed $"> and  costs by magistrate Crease on Monday for  allowing the accumulation of refuse on  his premises.  The Enterprise mine on the Ten-mile  has been closed down. Jt is said that a  change is about to take place in the management after which work will be resumed. There is a report that the wages  of miners will be reduced from 1.3.50 to  $3 per da3r.  Fred .Richardson and Harry Perdue will  have the .Queen's hotel opened next week.  The Queen's is a new hotel, fitted'with  up-to-date conveniences. Its proprietors  are popular and there can be no question  biit that the new house will receive a liberal measure of patronage.  The Vernon,, on 'Vernon street, keeps  right on changing hands. This week P.  P. Emerson became proprietor. He has  introduced the wrinkle of free lunches  and is making quite a hit.  Fred J...Squire,.-Nelson's' leading tailor,  moved his stock across the street from his  old store this week. When he gets in  shape he will opeu up the finest stock of  goods ever shown in Nelson.  The Kamloops Standard, a government  organ, saj^s that at an informal meeting  held in Kamloops on Tuesday it was decided that C. A. Semlin, the present leader  of the opposition party would be put up  in opposition to the Hon. G. B. Martin  at the next provincial election.  A. Williams, M. P. P., of Vancouver, is  spending a few days in this city. He is  confident that the opposition party will  come out on top in,the next provincial  election. .'  The remainder of the pipe for the waterworks distribution system i.s expected to  arrive in the city this evening.  The first car-load of pipe for the water  mains arrived yesterday from Mclvees-  port, Pennsylvania, and two more carloads are expected to arrive tomorrow.  The pipe will be distributed along the  streets at once by Wilson & Harshaw,  and contractor McLean will be digging  ditches and laying pipe within a week.  La-test American  Styles in  Mens Felt Hats  36     _3__._S___]_=.     ST_S.__1__1_?  Special Value in  Irish Linen Damask  and Table Napkins  Dress Goods Dept.  New   Dress Gnuds in  nil   ihc  latest, materials fur visiting,  walking ur traveling gowns  New Weaves in .['lack Dress  Guilds t'nr mourning or ordinary wear  Splendid   assortment, uf Tartan  Plaids for ladies blouse  .     waists nnd chijilrciis dresses  'New  I "lack" and Pancy colored,  I'rucade Silks   for evening  ���   and street,  wear in  all   the  latest,  novelties ���  Ladies Wrappers and Mackintoshes now opened  House Furnishing Dept.    , Mens Furnishing Dept.  New   Tapestry  and    Chenille I Pancy   .Negligee    and     Dress  Porliers Shirts  Chenille  Table  Covers  in   all Latest shapes in Linen Collars  si/.es                                             x and Cull's  New Designs in Taj��estrv Cov- ��� Sew   styles  in   Scarfs.   I.uws  1    e.'ings, Japanese Cold'Drap- ' "-"�����"��  ���?  erv and Art Muslin* .single \ ^1('ns ' ��;,us ,l,,(1  hlM Sm<s '��  and double width cretonnes . -Mixed  'U'<vrls   ;lluj    Navy  Serge  Lace   Curtains   and    Curtain i ,^ ,, ,'.  ..  ,                                                '��� rail ('verruals  Pules                                            :  1 IJovsand  Youths Clothing we  Whileand ...lured I led Spreads | .;,.,. <, f IV -1 -111 ��_- at half price lo  iind'l.idcr Down Quilts         i clear  (!rev and White P.lankels         I Mens Tweed and .Mackintosh  ���.    '                , ,,-         ,   ...              ! '     Coals in latest stvle  lanes rv and I irussels Carpets inn i     i                        i  1                                           '         ! Overalls    and   ..Junipers   and  Kurdistan Hugs Mining Shues  Write for Samples of our  Full Dress Materials  FRED IRVINE & GO., Nelson, B.C.  o__n  ELSON   TOWN   LOTS  Notice     of    Application     for     Certificate    of  Improvements.  .VniAf.ASIW. AI.III'.IITA. AI.liO.MA, .MANITOHA. Ul HV KKACTIO.V A.VIl .MANIil.K l-'I'.ACTKI.V .MIM-'.KAI. CLAIMS, SIT-  l.-ATK O.V TOAD .MOl'.VTAIN. I.V Till-: NKI.KOV .MINIMI  DIVISION OK WEST ICOOTIl.VAV DISTRICT. AND TWO  .MII.KS SOl'TIIWK.ST   KKO.M   NKLSON.  Tiiko notice that I, J'Viink Kletchur. acting as iifrent  /or Ihc Atl.iiliasca Clold Mining;.'(.'onipany. Liniitcd. I'roo  minor's ccrtillcatu Xo. tlilOA, intend sixty (lays from lliu  (l.-ito liorcol, to api/ly to the ininiiif,' roeorder for ccrtill-  catus of iinprov-nients. for llio purpose of' oliuiiiiing-  crou-n grants of the atovc claims. And further take  notice that action, under seel ion '17, must lie i-onmieni'cd  hefore the issuance of such ('ertilicates of improvements.  Klt.AN'K  FLETl'.UFAl.  \ Jllated this l.'lth day of Septi.-mbor, IS!)7. [Sept. Stli|  In accordance with instructions  from the Hon. G. B. Martin, Chief  Commissioner of Lands and  "Works, ��� Messrs. Charles A. "Waterman & Co. will offer for sale by  public auction, at the court house  in the City.of kelson, on Thursday, October 7th, at 2 o'clock p,  m., the remainder of the Government town lots in the original  'townsite���'-of the City of Nelson,  with the exception of the lots  comprising block forty-nine (49),  All lots will be sold subject to an upset price ranging  from $100 upwards.  With respect to lots upon which squatters have made  substantial improvements, the purchasers of the same will  be required to pay to the Government, for the benefit of  the squatters, the appraisedc value of the improvements  thereon.  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.  All purlins having claims against the estale of ('hnrles  I!. Suiisoni, late of the city of N'ul-oii. in 'the province of  lirilish Columbia, deceased, arc i-c(|iics|cd to send Ihc  same, vcrilied by . tnUilory (leeliirnl Kin. anil priidncc all  seen n't i(;s helil liv' t lifin.: to the iinilcisimi _il on or before  the lath (lav of Oclober, IS!)". Afler whicli dnle I will  proceed, to dislributc the eslate of the (leci.'ased iimonif  lhe parlies entitled thereto, having regard only lo such  claims ii.s have boon sen! in to me as aforesaid, and will  not. hold myself liable for any claims which arc not. sipiif  in as aforesaaiil. W. F. TKKTZKI., Adminislrpilor.  Uv Jnil.v Kl.l.iorr. His Solicitor.  Hated at Nelson. H. '-.. this lath day of .September, bSt)7.  Twenty-five (25) per cent of the  purchase money cash, and the  oalance -within thirty (30) days  from the date of sale.  On the failure on the part of any  intending* purchaser to complete  the purchase -within thirty (30)  days, the deposit made at the  time of sale will be forfeited and  the lots will again be offered for  sale.        __e__=_^^  For maps showing the location of the lots to be offered  for sale, catalogue of the same and further particulars, apply at the office of  A Carload of Nails  A Carload of Mixed Hardware  A Carload of Giant Powder  A Carload of Groceries  And a large consignment of No. 1 Creamery Butter, Canadian Cheese and Bgg*s.  We are also opening up a splendid line of Stoves, Cooks and Heaters, Box Stoves,  Queen Stoves, and Parlor Stoves, for Coal or Wood. The best assortment that has ever  been shown in Kootenay.   Call and see them.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON.  Our aim is to supply the best at reasonable prices. Our  turnover is large, consequently we are continually receiving* fresh goods. No shelf-worn or worm-eaten goods to be  found upon our premises.    Everything* is fresh and clean.  6  ��  Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  NELSON, B. C.  West Baker Street, Nelson, B. C��  JL Novelties in Dress Goods, person-  J^ ally selected in the eastern markets, are now on our shelves and  a careful inspection of them will repay any lady before purchasing  her fall dress. The designs are of the newest, the quality excellent, and the prices reasonable. We are showing unusual values  in FLANNELETTES, WRAPPERETTES, OR'ETONS, and LINENS.  New Carpets in Balmorals,  Tapestry, Etc. West Baker  Street, Nelson, B. O. . . .  Have just received the largest and most complete stock  ever displayed in Nelson of  Now is your time to get a Piano.   Terms to suit times  Call and examine my stock  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler   We have and are receiving large  quantities   of   Men's   Furnishings  X) /^\/~\j\/rQi At Llio linvitriii Iiloi-k i.-il.li<-T liy l.hr <lny  J~1>\JkJIVXO H'.ok or mioiiUi Willi nil modern im-  ii.ov.iihmiLk. Ni.'Xt door Lo I'ruil. fiu'r linildiiig, 117 Post,  ^tri-ct. lift ww.'ii l;h'(;rsidc mul :Miiiii.  MILS. OKO.  If.  WOODS. Sprikiiii.. Wash.  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C  Nelson, B. C, September 7th, 1897.  ee oup Leader Suit,  ee our Special Suit,  7.  O. STORE  18 and 20  BAKER   STREET  5.00  u-  A.  NOTE:    All lots in blocks 78, 88, and 89 have been withdrawn from sale.  NELSON, B. G.  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.  ��������������� �����b^_hmi���������*������ ��� i ��������������� wpi.1 _r��i ���__������! | pm M j *    m���  t^* ���^-^Ty-^nr^"' "���" np-^'-f1  ��T^l*,,,,r  i*T"gy'ii ' jji"F'"'"-"^''fl!'i _Tf7V *'T\ ���'' ii "ii-1  TTf.  �����j pij  ���ip-  ��� .*��.ni.l'--'i'.v  ���V V-".l*t"i''���''"������'  "I  M  l��*_^  Y'ri''^  .  '������.J  _���*������"'-���'  .  r. i,^ /  J JfH__h  i-__f_sr<  f:'_______k  ��W  .7^

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