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 ��� y  ^  |Vv  I  STIRRING   SCENES   IN   PARIS  Heavy Sentences on Conspirators.  Paris, January 4.���M. Deroulede, still  weak from  his  illness, entered  the  hall  leaning  on  M. Barillier's   arm.    Among  the public were M. Deroulede's daughter  and   brother   and   quite   a   number   of  women friends   of the  prisoner.    After  the  reading of yosterday's  decision, M.  Fallieres   ordered the  expulsion  of  the  men acquitted, tind the public prosecutor  asked for tho application  of   sentences  against; the convicted.    M. Buffet's counsel, M. Normande, followed in behalf of  his client and began to expatiate on the  hitter's   sentiments,   when   M.  Fallieres  stopped him and told the lawyer to keep  away from   the  question  of   sentiment.  "Well,"  said  M.  Normande, "strike  my  client, so that the country may judge of  the hate and fear which  animate  you."  M. Fallieres interrupted counsel with the  remark, " You are insulting the court."  M. Normande rejoined : " M. Buffet leaves  this court greater than he entered it, and  he will became greater still in prison."  M. Buffet then said:  " You have dealt  me a blow.    Thank you.    You have condemned the government twelve times, |  and 1 thank you twelve times.     I do not  want to benefit it by the  Bex-enger law.  If there were demonstrations tomorrow I  would take part in them.    I do not want  pity or indulgence."     M. Deroulede then  x'ose and said : " Since you have coupled  me with the valiant x-oyalist Buffet and  the courageous anti-Semite Gouin I will  share their pay.    But, however hard may  be the   sentence, however   distant   the  exile which is even more  cruel for  me, a  patriot and soldier, I will x'eturn.    I will  return when justice returns.    I  shall  be  free when the nation becomes free.   I am  here by Loxibet's orders, sti'ike me then.  Accomplish   that    which    remains   aud  , double shame on the history of parliament. Vive l'armee national.    Vive lare-  publique du peuple."  M. Deroulede was listened to in profound silence, but his passionate utterances caused a great sensation. M. Gueriix  said he did not wish to make any further  defence. He would not utter a word of  repentance or appeal for indulgence, adding: "Whatever my trials and sufferings,  I will say to my friends 'Courage, confidence.'"  M. Deroulede again x'ose and said : "I  desire for the-first time to shako hands  with these men. I met them liere and I  have learned to esteem them. M. Deroulede then shook hands with M. Buffet  and Guerin. M. Buffet cried : "This is  tho first and perhaps tho last time." M.  Guerin said: "This is the first' time we  are in agreement." M. Deroulede shouted  sarcastically :     "Yes, here is the conspir  $lliss*3&  PUBLISHED AT NELSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  GERMANY    IS   IN   A   BLAZE  FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3,   1900.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YBAR; WEEKLY,   $2.  prisoner was stricken with apoplexy and  cerebral hemorrage while she was iu the  witness chair testifying to his innocence.  She was carried unconscious and in a dying condition from the room. So earnest  and ringing were the last words of an  apparently dying woniau that the jury a  moment afterwards returned a verdict of  not guilty for the husband. The case  was that of Louis Gordon, a- Russian  mechanic, who was charged by Abraham  Goffe. with the larceny of a chain valued  at $90. *  FRENCH'S LOSSES ARE SMALL  aey."    The session   began  and  the sentences were announced later.  Paris, January* 4.���The high court  (senate) in secret session today condemned M. Buffet and Deroulede to ten  years' banishment. M. Guerin was sentenced to ten years' confinement in a  fortified place. M. Saluees was sentenced  to ten years' banishment.  THE WAR  SPIRIT IN ENGLAND  Finds Expression .Everywhere-  London", January 4.���-William Waldorf  -��� Astor has sent ��5000 for the fund for  equipping the corps' of London volunteers. Tliis brings Mr*. Astor's total war  contribution to ��'12,000,  London, Jaxmai'y 5.���It iww appears,  that it is John Churchill, second son of  Lady Churchill, and not Winston Chxu-ch-  ill, who has been given command of a  squadron, of the South African light~  horse.  The war office has invited sir William  Thompson to accept the post, of chief  surgeon to the forces in South Africa, instead of consulting surgeon.  The admiralty programme embraces  the stationing of small squadrons at Durban, Simon's bay, Port Elizabeth, Lorenzo  Marque/.,'St. Vincent in the Cape Verde  islands, and Cape Town, and sending an  additional ship or two to Adeu. It is  announced from Rome that British  agents and detectives are secretly watching all the ft'ilian ports.  The offer of lord Iveagh to provide at  his own expense a completely equipped  hospital for use in South Africa lias been  accepted.   All White Men Must Serve.  CArra TOwx, January <i.���Intelligence  has been received here from the Free  State to the effect that president Steyn  lias issued a proclamation declaring that  every white man, irrespective of nationality, is to be considered a burgher and is  lia.ble to be compelled to fight for the defence of tho country.  A Kebellious Church Choir.  Beli.kviij.r, January 4.���Rov, O. J. H.  Huntoii, rector of Christ Church, dismissed his congregation on Sunday last,  because the choir had not complied with  his request to turn to the east when  chanting the "Gloria." The outcome of  the incident is awaited with interest.  Little News From the War  Rensburg, January 4.���The British  casualties to general French's forces up  to the afternoon of January 3rd were  five men killed and 24 wounded. A detachment of the 25th New Zealanders  had a narrow escape while advancing on  Colesburg. They were directed to occupy  a kopje, bxit met with a hot reception  from a concealed force of Boers. Another  body of British troops, seeing their  danger; doubled to the rescue of the New  Zealanders and their retreat was successfully accomplished under cover of the  guns on the hills.  London, Januai-y 5.��� a . a.m.��� This  morning's news throws no further light  upon the situation. The: exact .position  at Molteno is not yet clear, but  in. 'any case these little engagements tire of small importance, beyond  proving that the British forces are beginning to attain a greater degree of mobility. It is fully expected that next  week will see a heavy battle on the Tu-  gela river, which is now the pivot of the  campaign. The Boers appear to be wox-k-  ing with shovels and picks. Lord Moth-  ucix's cavalry scouting has developed the  fact that the Boer entrenchments extend  forty miles, far overlapping the  British positions and making flank  attacks exceedingly difficult. Military men ,affirm that - the Boer  trenches confronting general Buller  stretch away some seventeen miles, and  that worked upon them is pushed unremittingly. While the advance is delayed flank movements are rendered most  difficult, because long marches are not  dono with celerity and it is hardr to time  an attack with certainty.  The extent of the Dutch rising may  now be measured by taking a line from  Prieska on the west, to1 Ilerchel, or  Barkly, on the south. ' Along the whole  of this line, except at points actually  occupied by the British, the population  seems for the most part hostile.  .*?  Mi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  it  Hi  Hi  Hi  ili  \0  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ili  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hj  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ili  IA 0  SPEAKER FORSTER IjU THE SADDL  M  A Tragedy in New York  Nkav York, January 4.���A most tragic  event occurred today in part three of the  general sessions court.    The wife of a  Baxter May Get Fourteen Years.  Montreal, January 4.���James Baxter,  the Well-known banker and broker who  is charged with aiding Herbert, the teller  of the wrecked Ville Marie Bank, to  escape justice, was placed on trial in the  police court this morning, Herbert gave  evidence that Baxter had received about  $40,000 from the bank on mere presentation of his note by his own son, or clerk  in his employ, while at the same time the;  bank had nothing to Baxter's credit/  Some of the notes presented /were "in*?  itialled-by-Lemieux,-the "casliief"~of "the  bank, while other xiotes bore no initials  whatever, The maximum penalty fdr  Baxter's crime is fourteen years iu the  peixi ten ci ary. -j   The Befcellion is Not Over Yet  Washington, ^January 4.���With the  arrival at Manila of the transport Grant,  which left San Francisco on the 21st  December with tho 48th' volunteer in-'  fantry (colored) general Otis will have  command.of an effective force of about  05,000 men. The army now in the Philippines aggregates 02,500 men, of which  81,000 are regular troops and 31.500 volunteers. With the arrival of tiie Grant  the entire volunteer strength of 34,000  will be in the Philippines.  Close of Chess Tournament-  Virnna, January 4.���The game left unfinished yesterday in the last round of  the Kolieh memorial chess tournament  was concluded today, when Kortie and  Schlester drew. The final division of  prizes was divided by Brody and Schlester; fourth, Alapin; fifth, sixth and  seventh, Marce, Wolf and Sinki; eighth,  Kortie; ninth, Popiel; tenth, Albiu.  Well Supplied With Farsons.  Ottawa, January 3.���Three chaplains  go with the second contingent, namely:  Rev. W. J. Cox, Anglican, Pugwash,  Px'inee Kdwax-d Island ; Rev. W. G. Lane,  Methodist, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia; one  Roman Catholic priest not yet named.  The Y.M.C.A. will have Mr. Best, Brant-  ford, Ontario, as its representative.  Will Change Its Name,  Montreal, Quebec, January I. --The  Merchant's Bank of Halifax has decided to  change its name. When the necessary  charter is granted by parliament, the  bank will be known as the Royal Bank  of Canada.  Hi  Hi  \li  ib  \6  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \6  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi ���  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  li>  Hi  Hi  tt/  Hi  \b  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hj  w  0/  Hi  Hi  \lt  \  Victoria, B. C, January 4.���(Special to the Tribune.)���Opposition hopes  were high for a short time this afternoon, the government being caught  with only seventeen 'supporters on the floor while the other side mustered their  full eighteen. After his honor's speech a resolution offering to the Dominion  a company of mounted scouts, to be raised, equipped,-and delivered at Halifax at the expense of British Columbia government was moved by the  premier, seconded by the leader of the oi^position and supported by  everybody, the discussion which promised to be protracted being cut short  by Helmckeu moving previous question.  Premier Semlin then moved that-the governor's address be taken into consideration on Tuesday next and Turner opposing without debate, and calling  for division, the premier found himself in a minority of one. Accepting the  situation, Semlin philosophically made another proposition that the house  at its rising stand adjourned until Monday next. Still without debate this  too was voted down by IS to 17, and Mr. Turner took command with the  motion that the adjournment be till Tuesday next. Since Wells of East  Kootenay was on his way from Vancouver, all the government had to do to  down Turner was to keep debate going until recess, which was done, and  when the house again niet sides were even Avith speaker's vote available to  secure the govei'nment.?'*-;-!^;.;; ���'.-.. . .;.  Prentice, one of their supporters'has not yet arrived. Joseph Martin came  unexpectedly from Nanaimbhaving caught the Joan, making special trip  "from Vancouver to.'the coiil city. As to this incident the Times says: " Mr.  Ralph Smith received the following- telegram from Nanaimo this afternoon:  o'The late attorney general arrived by the Joan, Avhich was "sent specially for  him, and he is xiow proceeding byf-special train to Victoria. This is an  interesting bit of information, continues the Times.' "  McPherson today voted with the government on tho divisions so that his  alliance Avith Martin is not so close as the ex-attorney general seemed to  expect.  The arrival of Wells tonight saved the government for the time being. J-  II. Turner's motion was defeated by the speaker's casting vote, and Semlin  similarly carried the motion to adjourn until 3 o'clock on Monday. The  members of the opposition are building hopes on Prentice, AAiiose alliance to  the government is reported to have been someAvhat shaken during recess. D.  W. Iliggins signalized-his bolt from the government by giving notice of  fourteen motions and questions, sonic of- matters referred to being the  correspondence on the - eight-hour law ; tho Pacific cable million vote; the _  reduction in the wages of road woi-kmon in Victoria district, and the collection of stumpage tax in Kootenay.  Among the curiosities of tonight's sitting A\*as speaker-Forster ���glviug .lus-  casting A'ote on a motion questioning liis ruling, of course sustaining himself  though three ex-speakers in the house Avere against him.  ���***a3-a*a-9-3*3-S-S-9-3-5*3-S-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-a-3-9-3-a'3-3-3 -3-3-33-3-3--3*d-3-3-3-33��-3-334-34-334-334*'','*  m  m  m  .��  .��  m  ��T  m  m  m  i��  <n  m  m  m  ��.  m;  m  i��  m  m  m  m  m  m  <n  m  m  <��>  w  m  i<  *  v  <���*��  <p  I"  f>  m  <n  i��  m  <n  i��  m  m  *  m  *!��  m  i��  -m  f>  <p  *  m  tho road.    Georgo  T. Bell, AA'ho has been  assistant general' passenger   agent, has  been made general passenger agent, aud  David BroAvn, Avho heretofore has been  assistant to general freight agent John  W. Loud, has been made general  freight,  agent, both Avith hoadqimrters in Chicago.-  Other appointments arc as follows : Slip1 ���  eriuteudent William  Cotter Avith headquarters - at Detroit; auditor, and treasurer, .lames  II. Muir; master  mechanic,  J. E. Muhfield; .master car builder, John  Uogson.  POLITICS    IN   NEW    DENVER  Other Items From Slocan Lake.  Nkw Denver, January 4���[Special to  the Tribune.]���A meeting of* liberal conservatives AA'as held here last night. The  Tribune newspaper audits corresj-ondent  iu New Denver came in-for. a good deal  of vituperation from one of the speakers,  A. E. Fauquier. His remarks Avei-e not  well received by the meeting. As a result of the deliberations, a Liberal Con-  serA*atiAre association will be formed.  here.  Iu connection Avith the departure of  L. R. Forbes this Aveek, to join the Calgary section of the Canadian contingent  of troops for South Africa, it may be  stated that the citizens presented him  with a cordially Avoided addi'ess and a  bulky ���'purse. Angus Mclnnes, mining  l-ecorder, read the address at the whai-f,  aud made "������the pi-esentation, which  amounted to $1S7.' Of this sum the good  people of Sih'erton contributed $70, the  balance being raised among the' citizens  of New DenA'er.  On Tuesday the following fii*e wardens  Avere elected for this town: Frank Py-  man, John Williams and E. Angrignon.  The first payment on the Hartuey  gx'Otip, on Sih'er mountain, AA'as made on  Tuesday through the Bank of Montreal.  It consisted of 5 per cent, a second payment of 10 per cent falling due on February i. At tho present time there are ten  men'Avorking on the Hartney. Two levels  are being driA'en. the first one having a  rich streak of ore in the braistj-whiie the  lower drift has just caught"the -vein. A  carload of ore  is  on  the dump; several  Over the Question of Contraband- \  Hamburg, January 4. ��� The German  East African company publishes a state  ment in the Hamburger Nachrichten,  saying that immediately on the declara-*  tion of Avar the company voluntarily re?  fused to forward to South Africa two  consignments of arms already on board  their A'essels, to avoid trouble and delay  in connection Avith the other portions of  the cargoes. A copy of the manifest of  the Bundesrath has been published, show-'-  ���ing that her cargo did not contain contraband. Tho,owners declare that there  is absolutely no foundation for the statement that saddles and other Avar materials have been found amid the cargo of  the Bundesrath.  Berlin, January 4.���The seix.urc^L'the  Imperial mail steamer General lias considerably aggravated the situation'here,-  and the indignation against England is  intensified.  The government, hoAA'cA'cr, is still  earnestly endeavoring to preserve correct  official relations'. No answer that is con--  sidered'satisfactory litis yet been received"  from London and, according to advices  here, none is to be expected fdr several  days longer. Today's neAvs, hoAvever, induced the German goA'ernment to send  another protest to London.  Significant of the intensity of Germany's indignation against England in  this matter is a declaration published today by the Gei-man colonial society among  Avhose 80,000 members are a number of  reigning German: princes, which "says :  "England's recent proceedings against  Gei'inan A'essels are an outrage. The factf-  remains that the small respect which' the  English people feel for Germany because  of her deficiency iu naval powei% has  taken such deep root that the commanders  of English warships hasten to commit  -breaches ~of international rights so long  as only Germany is thereby touched)'  This lack of fear to touch the German  flag must be thoroughly and speedily  cured." Indignation meetings have been  called by branches of the colonial society.  The German press, Avith hardly an exception, thunders against England.' -Even  the semi-official Berliner Post says': "It  cannot be denied that the indignation  aroused by the Avilfulness of the seizures  by British - commanders, is spreading in',  wider and wider circles."  Vienna, January 4.���The Wyuiieai-A$'  legmiene Zeituug says':    *'It looks as-if  Great Britain cared less for" the  cargo in  question than,she did for demonstrating  before the world, that although most mi- ,  ��  LOCAL   NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  Emile Marion,  Avho for the  past  years has had charge of tho bars on  ii\e  the  International and Alherla * steamer;-.,  leaves for Montreal tomorroAAr on a visit  to his former home a I'ter an absence of  tAventy-thrce years. He A\'ill be aAvay  for about three mouths.  There are uoav three candidates avJio  tire before the electors of the East Avard  for t>eats at the next council board. They  " '% John A.' Irving, W. J. Wilson and l)v.  G; -A. B. Hall. It is also said that  J-Ta-milton Byers and C. Morrison have  consented to,stanij,sbu tfer.t the East-ward-  is sure of good repi-esentatives. *  Some fifty or Fixty - citizens Avere left  off the first di'afb of the new voters'- IKl,  oAA'ing to the fact thai they were in  arrears for taxes when the list AVtis coin-  ,piled. Since that time they have settled  up, and are entitled under the Municipal  Act to be placed on the list by tho re-  vising: officer. City dork Strnchau will  apply'to have the lot entered on the roll,  thereby excusing the parties in question  from attending court,-  - The city hockey clubs' aie anxiously  HAv'aiting a cold snap in order to ,eofu-  monce practice on the rink. The fact  that two clubs exists in the city i>x*cjrui--e--*  to make the season far more exciting  than Avas the ease last Avintor, avIich only  one club represented the city. It i-.  thought that two teams each equal in  skill to that of '00, Avill be put on the ice  this year and the competition for the  championship of tiie city Avill be quite tb  close and interesting as the race for  league, honor-'. A number of uoav men  luive come to the city since the clo^e of  last season and it is impossible to figure  on the strength of tho home teams- until  the ncAv material lias shown Avhab it can  do. Olio effect of the division of forces  will be to develop a number of young  players Avho Avill be toAvers of .strength  to the game in future seasons. The city  teams Avill be strong rivals. avIicu on the  ice, but noAvhere else. Comparatively  little is knoAvn as to the strength of the  Rossland and Greenwood teams, but one  fact is assured that Avhen the league  scries opens both Avill have the advantage of several Aveeks' practice over the  Nelson clubs-.  W. Dauche and W, Me Ada in ha\*e boon  transferred from the Calgary branch of  tiie Hudson Bay Company to take charge  of the liquor department of the Nelson  branch.  The store on Josephine street  which  Avas damaged by fire yesterday morning  Avas oAvned by Beer Brothers and occupied by P. Donati as a grocery. The  building was insured in tho Lancashire  for $250. and Mr. Donati carried a policy  for $S00 on his stock in the same company. Beer Brothers estimated their  loss at about $100. The damage to the  stock av;is wholly by water, and has not  been determined as yet. When Mi'.  Donati discovered the blaze he rushed  out to the street and fired a< revolver  sev.ci'al times to attract 'att cntion. Failing to raise aii alarur.he ran  to the fire  hall.and notified the department.   - -W.-C.-Mtn'tin AvaK:in~Nelion yesterday"  iTioiti itossianu-oc^seeJiispo'joff.tfiToronto^  Avhither he has gone to attend classes a"b  Irpper Canada -College. "Bill" is proud  of hi-- boy, avJio has captured a lot" of  prizes at school in Victoria.  George Nelson of iTmii-, has recorded  tho sale of a third interest in the Marble  claim ,on the Avcst fork of Barrett creek  adjoining the Sampson and Porto Kico  Rico properties to John Keith of Wanetn.  It is reported that A. Maedonakl k Co.  have received two enquiries for 300 dozen  brooms for delivery at Nelson about  January 1 Lth.  The first Avagur on the mayoralty eon-  test avh- made at tho Phair hutef Wednesday night. W. O.Martin of Ros-dund  backed Houston lav $100, if. Ii. Cameron  taking the FhiLcher end foi- tin equal  amount.  The friends of alderman Mclvillop have  succeeded in inducing him to offer for reelection. This is as it should be. It, Avill  nob be m-ecssary for alderman McKillop  to caiiA'tis it single elector,  THE TWO RECEIVERS APPOINTED  Make Many Changes in the Staff  Detiioit, Mich,, January !.���The newly  appointed receivers of the Chicago k  Grand Trunk railway hsn-o issued circulars announcing the change in the management of the road and the establishment, during the receivership, of headquarters in this city. William Cotter is  designated superintendent, and Jamca II.  Muir auditor and treasurer. Receiver  Meddaugh attributes the expensive  terminal in Chicago tis being to a certain the extent responsible for the company's financial disability.  CmcAou, January I. ���The receivers inaugurated their control of the property  by announcing a list of promotions in the  traffic and transportation departments of  tons of which have been sacked ready for Jjucky 6U the hind, she is the unchallenged  money   Avas   dis- . ..,:^..-*v.���  ���-   ti.^    ��� ' ,i^��� 1,.._i:^Y:*  6'hijjnJeii.i:.    The" bond  tributed   among   half   a   dozen   towns  people.  A petition av��s circulated here-yester-  day praying assistance from the government for fire protection. It secured  numerous signatures, aud it is hoped to  get sufficient money to form an efficient  fire brigade.  Small Losses Frotti Fire.  Chief Thompson Avill submit his annual  report of the fire department to the city  council today. During the year there  Avere 21 alarms, exclusive of tots and  drills. Tho estimated aggregate loss by  fire Avas $'.}-!%, about the same amount as  hist year.  The list of fires Avas as J'oIIoavs:  January 1 Residence of E. Ferguson,  SilA'crstreet; no damage.  January 0 ���Residencu_of _\V. A^Mtu>  domiIdr~caused by lipselthig o? spirit  lamp; damage, $10.  January 7���Lawrence Hardware com-  \ pany's'pienuseo, vuused b> defective flue;  damage slight.  January 22 ��� Bon Ton restaurant,  caused bv lighted match in curtain ; damage, $10.  ���   February '4���Premises of 'Agnes  West,  chimney fire.  '   February  I���Residence of   L.   Pogne-  damage slight.  March 31���P. Burns <v. Co.'s building,  near C.l'.R. depot; loss, ,��I.10.  .Mai;'zhJj&���Chimney fire at Jfar.slmw S:  Wilson s-j damage slight!  April 2 -P. Burns iV Co.. linker street,  defective .smokehouse; damage* s'light.  March 10���Chimney fire tit residence  Mr. Lang, Carbonate street, damage $15.  July I- Small fire near Hume hotel.  September IU���Residence \V. VV. Beer;  damage slight.  September 22���-False alarm from Methodist church.  October 21���Fire in basement Hudson  Bay Co.: damage slight.  October 21 Residence If, R, Cameron,  Front street, caused by defective fire  place; damage, $7,1.  October 2,1 -Premises Thompson Bros.,  Baker sticet: damage, $00.  November i -Club hotel, explosion of  chemicals: damage, $10.  November 20���The residence of Mrs.  Chittick; damage blight.  November 2<S���Mill on lake front; loss,  $1-1.  December 0��� Chimney at Club hotel.  Oeeember 17 - Chimney at W. T.  Trnvea.  Italy Favors the Open Door.  Washington, January 4.���Italy has  returned a faA-orablo response to the  recent note of tiie state department respecting the open door in China. Italy  was the last of the great powers remaining to be heard from.  mistress  oi  the* seas,  Avhieh will do more for  a ��� demonstration i  the German ijavyiH  than all the speeches of emperor William"."-*,  \1  Dynamite Was Used  Springfiku>, Illinois, January L���-For  the third time since the street car men's  strike was inaugurated dynamite JXi$&  resorted to tonight, being placed oup|*p|  street ctir tracks and explodedbeneafffSflI  ear containing tAvelve, passengers. S^l?'  one AA'as injured, but the car A\as fif^fcffl  AvreekerL ,     "' ,^*'T  THE EVIDENCE  Closing Bound' Eoland B- Molineaux-  Nkw York, January -J.���-Jn the trial of  Roland B. Molineaux  today, Dr."~Heni!y  Beaman Douglass, iu^spiie_ of the_streii---   *~       ���*"��� [j  nous protests of Mr. Weeks, was allowed  to testify concerning the last illness  of  B.C. Barnet.   die said he "observed, ix-ri-,  cation of the  mucus  membrane  of  the  mouth   and  threat  in  his  patient aud  that this ulceration aa-;is caused by  mercury.     Dr..   Douglass  said   that   in   his  opinion    hoAvever. .-Barnetb    died    from  AA-eakne-s  of  the   heart, following  diphtheria.    Charles C. Hughe;-, a member of  the Knickerbocker Athletic  Club,   testified to the ill-feeling between Cornish and  Moiinuux.    One of the most interesting  witnesses of the day Avas Joseph Furrell,  formerly a Newark policeman,    lie testi-  fied that'he s-aw.Molincux on   December  28th, I SOS, coming from   Hartdcn'-j Store  at which Lin; .silver bottle   holder, Avhicli  figures in the poi-*on ptieknge, Avas sold.  Will Pray For Peace.  Toronto, January 1. The local council of the Evangelical alliance iu com- ~  pliancy with request from lord Polwarth,  president of the alliance iu Great Britain  has issued an appeal to the churches of  Canada to observe Sunday, January 7th  as a day of humiliation and' prayer, and  has invited clergy and ministers of all  denominations- to get private Christians  to offer to almighty God, confession, supplication and intercession that Avhatever  may be amiss in our national life may  be forgiven and that pence may be  speedily reestablished on a right and permanent basis.  A Skating Contest Arranged.  MonthKAr., January I.--Louis Ruben-  stein, secretary of the Amateur Skating  Association of Canada, is arranging for  a meeting betAveen Johnny NcilsOn, the  world's champion professional speed  skater of Minneapolis and Noiwal Baptie  of Tom F.ek's* string of fast men ami the  probable coming champion, on the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association rink '  in one, tAvo and three-mile X'aces for a  purse of $500. THE  TR  xj-5 u iN .lit  KELSCXN" B. C. FRIDAY, JANUARY o,  1900  WE wish  cur many  friends a very  happy  and  prosperous  New  Yea-. J- F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  GROCERIES.  AJMAODOXAI.l) & CO.���Corner Vernon and  ��� Josephine streets, wholesale grocers ami  jobbers inblankot.s. -jloves, milts, boots, rubbers,  niackinaws and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY  SUl'PIA'   COMl'AXY.   LIMITED��� Vornon    street,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  TOIIN CHOLOITCH & CO.  �����*    son, wliole=alo grocers.  -Front street, Nol-  COAL.  CROAVS  NKST 1'ASS  COAL  COMPANY.���  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  SI. lliirbo. Agent. 1 laker street. Nelson.:   .  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYEUS & CO.���Corner Bakcrand Josephine  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  'Powder Co.  w.  T A WRENCH 1-Li.UDAVARB (COMPANY���  J-1 Baker St., Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies. .   VANCOUVER HARDWARK COMPANY,  LlMITKl)-Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies.   jERATED and mineral waters.  THORPE & CO.. LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesaledcalers in lerntcd waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.    ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  ,    V. TEETZEL & CO.���Corner Baker Tand  ���   Josephine ^.ticets, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in   assay ds  supplies.   Agents ICor Denver  Eire Clay Co. of Denver, Coloindo.   LiqUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.���Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in liquois, cigais and dry goods. Agents  for Pab<,t Brewing Co. of Milwaukee aud Calgary Brewing Co. o�� Calgary.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker sticet, Nelson,  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigar-,,  cement, lire brick and (Ire cl.iy, water pipe and  bteel rails, and gcneial commission merchant-.  c^ FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  J_T1'.���Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and -rraiii.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New Wcst-  minst'r.   CIGARS.  -OOTENAY   CIOAlt    MANUFACTURING  -   CO.���-Corner Baker and Hall streets^ Nelson, inanufacturciBftf "Jloi.vl Seal" and "Kooie- *,  ���uay-l?2iXi>" brands of cigars. ________  "T-^ PAINTS" AND   OILS.  TSTELSON 'HARDWARE tOMPANY-Baker  ���*���' Street���Wholesale dealers in paint.', oils,  and   brnshes of all kinds.    ' '   -'--'-  '--  Kootenay. ' _~  Kc  Largest stock in  FRESH- AND" SALT MEATS. _   .,  P-   BURNS Sz-   CO Baker  street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealers in tresh and cured meats.  Cold storage. -  ���     POWDER,' CAP^AND~FUii!        '.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY���Baker  Street Nelson, niaiiufacturors o�� dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps und fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.  ______  "TOVISIONSTPRODUCE AND FRUITS^  >ARSONS   PRODUCE- COMPANY-Vernon  stieot, Nelson, wholesale dealers in provis-  s, produce, and fruits.   Agents for Swift &  _. bacon and hams.  tY. GRIFFIN ���&  CO Corner "Vernon and  [ Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers  brovisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  [r. STEWART & CO.���WWohouses on C. P.  f R, track, foot of Stanley street, kelson,  Resale dcalcis in,piovisions, produce itnd  fruits, Cold stoiage. Agents Armour & Oo.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  ANITOBA PRODUCE AND COMMISSION  CO.,Ltd. ��� Nelson   branch,   Hall   sweet.  Wholesale dealers in butter, eggs and cheese.  ~~ SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON   SAW   AND   PLANING    MILLS,  - LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall sticets, -  Nelsou, inanulactuierff of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors: all'tinda of factory woik j'iu,do  to oidcr. '    "���"  WINES AND CIGARST"'   '"    ���  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMITED- Comer Fiont and Kail streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wjnea (case and bulk)  and domcMic nndunporlcd cigars.  ��foe 'tg,vibm%&. '  Omkat IJuitai.v hah .small ciuibc for  <���oiigi-ittuli.il ion in iter relatione witli  Franco during the 'last year. 'With tlio  exception of Mr. Chamberlain's inexcusable, j'c-feroncQS to tho* gutter' pre-^h of  Pai'i*-, us much ilt-spiscfl in Franco as anywhere else, the atlitiide' of tiie government Jia.-i been correct enough. But in  refei'CiK'O to tluit it may be asked what  our opinion of :i foreign iniuistei', Avho  cited, let us .-ay. the "i'ink L'n" as representing British feeling, Avonld bo. But  the people of England allowed themselves  to be carried Jiwny over tho Dreyfus <'iise  to a ridiculous extent. The French are  continually uccu,-od of being hysterical.  Could anything be more hysterical than  the   ravings  of   W. T. Htoarl and others  - over the Dreyfus case'** Vet French ministers did not threaten England because  of the vagaries of the English press.  There are inanucr�� and methods about  the French which wo do not and cannot  understand. There i*-' in them a love for  theatrical  effects, Avhich  invades  every  iiiepai'tmenfc of  public and private life.  }^0 with till^ the French, authorities have  sioered the republic, through  a  time of  serious disquiet, and they have done so  successfully.    The sends of discord  were  ��� .Stamped out  of life  yesterday, when-, a ,  Ccav fool agitators Avere put behind the  bars. The government of Franco has  earned the respect of all lovers of order  and liberty. It is entitled to an expression of respect after the derision, mostly  undeserved, to Avhich it lias been subjected.  TiikkI'" is a certain gentleman called  Fauquier, who lives in New Denver and  aspires to the leadership of Conservative  sentiment in the Slocan country. This  gentleman Avas a delegate to the Conser-  A*ativer.eonA*ention at New Westminster,  where his adhesion to the principle of  the eight-hour Ihav Avas demanded by the  platform of. the party. From Avhat it  kneAV of Mr. Fauquier Tin-: Tin runi_ ventured to hint that Mr. Fauquier's adhesion  to the principle of the eight-hour law  Avas enforced and insincere. Mr. Fauquier has retorted at a public meeting in  New .Denver by calling Tun Tribune's  corresiboudent there a liar, a snake, a  traitor, a Judas Iseariot. too mean to go  and hang himself, a Avorse liar than Ananias and so forth, adding that TifK Tri-  uuNrj Avas Avorse than its correspondent.  Some people are easily swelled up, and  then they burst and there is an end of  them.    Mr. A. E. Fauquier has burst.  round he had enough, and A\*as sorry he  had not asked his proper fare. But he  lost nothing in that Avay, for Paul made  him a handsome compensation for the  licking he ga\*ehim.  A Eolifiious Cosmopolitan  Major-general sirAVilliamPonn Symons,  who Avas killed at Glencoe, was what may  be called a religious cosmopolitan. By  descent and faith he Avas a Jew, but he  Avas n.'iined after a Quaker, and a mass  for the repose of his soul Avas celebrated  by the pope.   More Mules for Africa.  Boston, Mass., .January 1.���The Cunard  steamship Carintliia left the cast Boston  dock today for the second trip  to  South  A f rica  the   service   of   the   British  goA-ernnient. The steamer goes direct to  NeAV Orleans, whore a cargo of 1500 mules  will be taken on board.  Tin-: change of name on the part of the  Merchants Bank of Halifax is an indication of what is going on all oA*er  Canada. Progressive local institutions of  various kinds in the East ha\*e discovered  that they have a mission and an opportunity in the West; and are developing  into national in place of local institutions.  The Merchants Bank of Halifax is one of  tho soundest as Avell as most progressive  banks in the country. It finds its field  in the whale of Canada from ocean to  ocean. As the .Royal Bank of Canada it  Avill become a national institution.  Tub manager of one of Nelson's wholesale houses remarked yesterday : -'Since  I came to Nelson, no one man has Avorkcd  harder for' the commercial interests of  the toAA*n than John Houston." Tin's  AA'ould go to sIioav that candidate Houston  is neither an anarchist nor a mossback.  The Eeport Was in Error  Editoi* of tiii": Triiiunis: In a copy  of your paper dated December 20th, J800,  f noticed a mistake iu quoting my evidence to Mr. Clute during the sessions of  the mining commission in Nelson. Concerning some resolutions that AArere passed  last June by the Silvcrton Miner's L'uion  of Avhich 1 am a member, my evidence is,  given in your paper as being facts and  should read as being my opinion only.  In my opinion tiie resolutions parsed did  not voice the sentiments of the members  generally. " Further, I did not believe  that any union in the province Avould approve of-(he  resolutions f-had���heard'  thai only eleven members Avere present  Avhen 'the resolutions vrero nns1-*'1''1,..  "\\~ouiu you kindly give Una statement to  the people thiough the columns of your  paper and oblige ' Walter Smith.  iSilvorton, January"'!th, J900.  The Boers' Weapons.  The Avcapon Avith Avliich many ,of the  , Boers are armed is the sporting model of  the ('cirmnn Mannlichcr, knoAvu as the  Maenal mode!. Its calibre is .."JO for the  rifle and .21 for tin* carbine, it AVeighs  about eight pounds. The bullet for Avar  irt full-mantled, Avith a fine outer skin of  copper or nickel. That for game shooting  i.-, only half-mantled, leaving the lead  point exposed so that it opens back or  mushrooms Avhen it .strike*. 'At less than  1000 yards it bores a hole right through  a bone without splintering. But Avhen it  upsets the nhock is terrible. Tiie 'bullet  literally smashes the flesh and bone into  fragments, it has been charged that the  Boers are tiding the soft-pointed bullet in  their deadly Maenel-Mannlicher.s. Tiie  majority of the Boers are armed Avith  Mausers.   A Yarn About Metimen.  "Paid" Methucn is a man of great personal energy and physical strength. He  Avas famous in his day for his skill Avith  the gloves, a taste inherited from hi.s  father, for the la<-t lord had few equals as  a boxer. Paul once put his poAvers to  good use in the defence of a lady Avhom  lie championed against an extortionate  harii-om cabman. The man avhs very  cheeky, and said, looking down from his  perch: "Yon wouldn't., be so free, if I  were down on the .pavement in front of  you." "Gome down/' said Paul, "and.  AVe'll soon settle that!"' .Cabby, nothing  loath, accepted the .challenge, and soon  "put 'em up" before tiie stalwart j'oung,  guardsman- - After-���'���the .third.' or-Tourth  Local Option Adopted.  Jvinoston,   Ontario,  January  4.���The  electors of  Leeds county have adopted a  local option byhvw by a majority of 75.  "?__>  INCORPORATED 1670.  Jugt Received  CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  Onions  Hudson's Bay Co.  Telephone 13  R. REISTERER & CO.  hukw u:s .\KU 'toi ii.i'.hs of  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt .iiid jeg'il.u*  delivery (o (ho lt.uic  Biewery at Nelson  ONE   DOLLAR   A   LOAD  The -undersigned has a lart-o quantity of fir,  cedar, and Uunarao ^labs, in 10-inch and 4-foob  lengths, suitable for stovo wood, which Avill bo  bold for SI a load at fho mill yaid.  NKLSON SAW & PLANING MILLS, 1.11.  Nelson. Austu~l, 191 h. IS.0!).  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.   PROVINCIAL- ~  LANS-SVJRVEVOR  Corner Victoiia and Kootenay Streets.  ,P. 0. llox 5f0. 'lEljKPilONK NO, 93.  CUT PRICES IS THE  i  OKDKU OKTIIK DAY  And I want to he, in it. I have just received  Kill '.ample.-' of SuitiiiBs and OvorCfl.itinKi*, representing a S.'jO.MH) Htoek to choose from niarlo to  your order at iKioes never hoforo heard of in Nelson. All tho latest fads hi Kuney VcsUitrs for  Kalland winter.  Ladies' lailo) mg in nil it-, blanches u specialty.  Lowest pi icon.   Hoonis 1 and 11, Hillycr block.  STEVKNS, The Tailor  Fine  tailoring Z  :an'iN(j  AVI)  'AlUINCi  VOI'lt OWN (aiOl)S *M.\I)K Ul*  OLD CI.O'l'IIK-i A1ADK UOO!) AS NT.tt*  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Chikc Hotel.   JUCUCIIANT  TAILOR  GREAT REDUCTION  SMI    $9.651 {^^   $6.15  DELIVERED  'ii'.Li'.i'jioxr  33  G. W. West & Co.  Lethbriclge Gait Coa  'I I it- best  v.ilnc ini* the iisoiiuj in the uiaikcl  for ,ill p'.iipo-it;-.  M'Iims t \--ir       \\~. P. Tu kvi v, Oenei'.U A^ent  'I'vlopliDiio 117.     Oll!(C witliL'. i>. .J.Chii-he.  w  ili  ib  ito  0/  \ij  iti  il/  \i/  ito  i^>  ii)  ikt  il/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ^ ��� _U _6 Sl; _L __:_!:__: __;_Lfl_: fit _L-_^ ___t;_L_t; fl^fil; St; fl^__;_L_^_^^  Window  Shades  In all  Colors and  Sizes from  50c each  Up  Art  Square  Also  Wilton  Smyrna  3  Flush  Bugs  "We will offer during stock-taking special  reductions in all Departments, with  special inducements in House  Furnishing Department.  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  \H  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  iff  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  n\  '��*_-.  LACE CURTAINS, per pair, from $1.00  CHENILE TAPESTRY PORTIERSi per  pair, from $2.75 up.  OAK   CURTAIN   POLES,   with   trimmings, 35c.  WINDOW SHADES, in good colors, per  yard, 50c.  CHENILE TABLE COVERS, per yard,  from 75c up.  FLOOR OILCLOTHS,   4-4 8-4, per yard  from 35c up.  LINOLEUMS, in 8-4 16-4, per yard from  75c up.  from  from  JAPANESE: MATTING-, per yardi  25c up.  TAPESTRY CARPETS, per yard;  ,60c up.  JUTE BRUSSELS CAREETS; per ��� yard,  $  ii)  ii)  ft  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  il)  ii)  ii)  il)  ii)  ii)  iD  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  il)  ii)  ii)  iD  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  iD  il)  ii)  iD  m  .t  from 65 c up.  BRUSSELS Carpets^ per yard, from $1.  WILTON Carpets, per yard; from $1.35;  AXMINSTER   Carpets,  per yard;;from  $1.25.;  Art and Hearth Rugs in all sizes at  extremely low prices.  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge.  ii)  ii)  \D  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  ii)  iD  ii)  \D  %  **^��__:_l'____-_i;_!;_^_^!_^_t'_^_^  :T-_^_*s_?s-_*sg^x_3^x-x*-^gg*g-sg^____.  Holiday Enjoyment  OV YOURSEIjP and rricuds  i.s largely inll.ucn.ccd by the  diavaetei* ot ilie gifts. To present an Rem that gives pleasure  to the recipient and that affords  you keenest gratification, is the  seer el of Yulo Tide pleasures.  IL will be an easy matter in our  holiday showing of fine perfumes, toilet accessories, dainty,  desirable novelties, etc., to find  the item that you'll feel to bo in  perfect olegiint-tasle-that-will-  attest'the good judgment of tho  donor. The prices are most  reasonable, as is always the case  here. A little list that will aid  you in making up the presents  for friends;, and acquaintances:  THE MM SAW1 PLAMft MILLS, Ltd.  New odors in Pinaud's perfumes. Violet Sensation and  Carnation Pink. Koger & Gal-  let's latobt odors.' English perfumes.. Crown & Grossmith's.  Hueloy's American perfumes iii.  fanvy boxes from 75c. to $5.00,  Plate mirrors $1 to 83.50.  Sterling silver mountings in  tooth, nail, hair bru.sh.es and  combs., also sterling mounted  cloth brushes,, perfume bottles  and shaving sets. Gold backed  brushes, combs aud mirrors.  Ebony goods in hair and cloth  brushes.  We have a stock of one and a half million  feet of logs at our mill and are prepared to. cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also by  rail. to_ all points on the Canadian Paeifiej>r. Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizes.  Factory work of all kinds done to order.  OAIADA IMG &  BOOK  N'elsOJ), Uriiish   Columbia.  THE NELSON SAW k PLANM MILLS,Mi  OPFICE AND MILLS COBNER HALL AUD FBONT STS., KELSON.  W. P. DIOKSOK  . H. B. -PPti'-WHArFS  Z_-ggg'X-X35_ggggggg3^Xg3a_^B____l  "MNNIC1PAL ELEOtOE'S ACt."  ������ Tiike noi.fce that I shall on Saturday,'the (il,h  ���flay of Jiiiiuiury, tnstii-nt; nt Ifi.o'dt'i-k, a. in. at tho '  Cil.y Hall, S'olsnn, U. ('., hnlrl n court of revision  lo licni" idlil ilutvriiiino alt i[ii(isli(<ii>s of voters  compl/iiniiiK ih.-U llwsir nuiiifaiimvu hcoii iuiprop-  urly oinillcit from I ho voter's list of Ihu iMitnici-  ��� imlil.v of Ihc Oily of Xi'lrion..  KDWAUD A. CRKASK, Police' JIagi.sti'ute.'.'���  Dnlod, artl.Tiiii!iiiv,v,-.A. 1). lai-fi,; -      ..   .-r     -'  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NKLSON, B. O.  gof&o roasteifs and dealers in Tea and Coifee.  ffier fresh roasted coffee oi best, quality as  foUowa: ��� ���  Java and Arabian Maoha, per pound....<>f  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounda.  1 00  Fine Santos,i pounds  1 00  Santof-i Blend, 5 pounds.  1 00  Our Special Blond, G pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounda...  1 00  . A trial order nolieltH. ' Salesroom 'i.doors east  of Oddfellows* block, "West Baker street.. -  J. ESePHHEi  a * _V  mwm m,  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete EUeotrlc Equipments for Blwtrie Power 1-raasmlssio*3<aja��� *Ci!_rhtin_r for Mines, Townir  Hlectslo Fixtures, "Uamps, Bella, Telapbones, ___tdncl_tors, Etc.  P. O. Box 606. JoBephiae Street, Kelson, B. O.  er Connect  GAS   FITTING   OURSPECIALTY  STRACHAN BROJS*  TO YO0^ LOT LiHE, WE 00 !T  SEE US  PLUMBING  OF   ALL  KINDS  House Hlk:.  Fred J, Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OP FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  WEST BAKER 3TRKET* KELSON  OPPOSITE SILVEE KXSQ HOTEL THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B.C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1900  X-.  r\  4&>*  ft  I     >  .1  P'Y  BANK OP MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount. Royal ...President.  lion. Ooorice A. Di-iiiiiinoiid Vice-1'resident.  10. S. Clouston General Manager  NKI..SO.V IlliANCIf  Northwest  Corner Ilakur and  Stanley Streets  Branches in  Los-don (KiiKland) Xr.w Yoimc,  Oiiio.viio, and all the principal ci lies in Canada.  Hny and soil .Sterling KxcIiuiiko and Cablo  Transfers. ,   ~    ..  (���rant, Ciniinicrcial and Travelers' Credits,  available iu any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Savings Bank Branch  CL'KKI'.VT KATIC ol*  IXTKIlKS'l"  PAID.  Untrained Mules Make Trouble:  *'I am afraid the British  are  going  to  experience a good deal  of  trouble  with  the mules   they are   sonding   to  South  Africa," said a well posted  New Orleans  stockman.    "As I understand, from conversations Iliave had  witJi  the  oilicers,  the animals are intended principally fOr  pack   trains,  and  to   make   themselves  available for such  service requires  considerable training.   The best mulepackers  in the world are to be found at our army  posts in the west, and  they arc  considered so  A-aluable  that   they   receive  as  much   pay as    lieutenants.    They  have  of ten told me that it takes from  two to  three months to get a new  mule  lit  for  duty, and it  is  very  interesting   to see  them putting fresh animals through their  paces.    When properly broken the pack  mules are as reliable as a chronometer,  and a great deal less trouble to  care for.  They will follow their leader up hill and  down dale  over any   kind   of   country,  and   nothing    can   scare    or   stampede  them.    A train  of green  mules  on  the  contrary, is as hard to handle as an  able-  bodied eel.    They are  continually going  off at tangents, falliug out of line, lagging behind or running  away.    The  professional breakers have the reputation of  being  the  most  'fluent   cussers   in   the  world, bar none, and having seen some of  the  tumulations, I am  inclined to  deal  mercifully   with   that   weakness.      The  British will have  no time to  train  the  big consignments that are going to South  Africa from New Orleans, and I'm  waiting to bet that the whole lower cud  of  the Transvaal will be full  of wild  mules  inside of tho next sixty days.    J  undcr-  * stand the officers  here , are engaging as  many skilled   packers as  'possible,* but  such men  are  very'hard  to secure,    If  they are any count they are sure to have  good "job**,' which it would bo  difficult "lo  persuade   them to   leave   for   iv  South  African campaign."���IVew Orleans Times-  Democrat.           Shipbuilding in 1899.  On the Pacific coaifc only 114 vesseJLs of  20.S07 gross tons were built, compared  with 240 of 01,923 gross tons for the  previous year. The falliug off io construction on the Pacific coast, in spite of  the fact that the Alaskan trade next  year will bo very large, is duo partly to  the belief that American merchant vessels:) hitherto employed as transport's to  Manila will be released and enter the  counting trade in the spring.  Ward Bros.  ;   REAL ESTATE AND  GENERAL INSURANCE  --- : AGENTS���- '--  On  application we will'quote you rales on  Fire, Life, Accident juul Plate Glass Insurance  AOKNTS'FOK J'. & J- TAYLOR SAVES     ;  , FOR SALE  HL'SI.S'l��Sa AKU ItiMll'KHTjA). I'lSOI'IIItTY  &3 "by- 120 wilh improvements,  south <s��ic  Vernon street,.*. ��� ...?jO0O  80 by 120 corner of linker and Hall .streets.  r.'uliciihiri"Bivcii on iiiii'licatloti.  21 IoIm wlllicoU'igc/renicd nt$ta per. month,  "Victoria street, : ' %Xm  2 loU with eot tatfo, rented at, ?20 per month,         .  Stanley xtreet ...-. , :..-.'.... -f;��W  i loUincludiu{,'-corner,<20()fooLfroiita_:p...JSriOO     *  ' For.Residential Property you could not do  tietliii' thai', invest in Fainiew, -commonly  Known at, JiogufeUrwn,1 especially now that the  Imniwayis eomplfiletl and in operation.    -  For particular.-  apply "to above  ilrm,  West  Baker Street/Nclson.,    Oharles B, J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  Rox 523  Pboiic 117  FOR SALE ,  5-Room House . S1275  7-Room House  SWjO  7-Uooui Houko  aw��  FOK RENT  7-lloom House wit h furnace &35  INSURANCE     REAL ESTATE     LOAN'S  Mb   Hb   0riEf  REAL ES^TM  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  oi Bank of iliitioh  Columbia building.  Baker Street  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  ANNOUNCEMENT.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, IT. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Construction on the lakes comprised 70  vessels of 72,09-1 gross tons, compared  with 00 of 75,0(57 gross tons for 1S9S; on  tho Mississippi and western rivers, 112 of  11,912 gross tons,'compared with 11,100  gross tons of 1S9S.  The total output for the United Kingdom has not been ascertained, but it will  exceed 711 steamships of 1,'303,310 gross  tons, all of which were steel,built during  189S. The returns for the first six  months of the previous fiscal year.  None of the foregoing figures include mi-  rigged barges and canal boats. Including  these the total documented tonnage built  in the United States during the current  fiscal year bids fair to be somewhat over  300,000 gross tons.  Incredible of a Highlander.  The advocates of total abstinence have  an illustration favoring their point of  view in a story that comes from a yellow  tent in the Transvaal. It was a case  where the bullet had been driven right  through the lungs very low down, and it  puzzled the doctors. They failed to understand how the liver had been avoided.  "I think you must be a total abstainer,"  said the doctor to the Gordon Highlander.  "I am, sir," he replied. "Well, that is  what saved your life." The abstention  from liquor had kept the liver so contracted that it had, escaped the line of  the bullet.   A Monument to Parnell.  Dublin, January 3.���At a meeting of  the Parnell memorial committee in this  city, Daniel Tallon, lord mayor of Dublin  presiding, John E. Redmond announced  the result of the recent tour of the lord  mayor and himself in the United States  in the interests of the fund. The committee adopted a resolution thanking the  people of the United States for their generosity. Particular references were made  to Richard- Croker's gift of ��3000. It  was decided to proceed immediately with  the erection of the memorial.  Will Convene in February.  Tohonto, January -l.���Arrangements  are being made for the meeting of the  Ontaiio legislature on February 8th  or 15th. ,  Will Find Some Bunkers.  The amateur golf champion, John-Rail,  junior, hits been ordered to  South Africa  with tho Denbighshire yeomanry.  Parson's  Produce  Company  WHOLESALE  Butter,  Eggs,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS  '  Full   stocks   carried   at   Nelson  and  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  "HALCYON-WATER-  IS NO EXPERSIVIErST-  Thc  medicinal'    values   of- HALCYON  '    WATER has-been'proven.       ��� ,  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Properly.      '  Vernon Street    TflOfpe Se. Co.  SMOKE  ROYAY SEAL  - ,  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NI'I.KOtf,  HIHTISIi COLUMBIA  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairinft promptly attended to by a  flwt-c'm-a wheelwright.    _    ���,,  ,. ...     ......  Special attention given to all kinds of repair-  intr and custom worR from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  fl&ddan House  linker and Ward  Streets', Nelson  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1800.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  ' Tho bar is always stocked by the best domes-  Mo and imported liquors and cigars. . '    -"���  ''���--.."   THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor,  To the Eli-ctoi's oi' Nelson*:  I will be a candidate for the ofllce of mayor  at the election to be held on Thursday, January  Jllh next.  December 20th, ia<J0. JOHN HOUSTON.  THE   MAYORALTY   CONTEST.  To this Electors op Nelson :  In asking for your support for  the office of mayor at the coming  election, it is only fair that I should  state my views, briefly, on what are  considered public questions or  issues. No doubt, during the campaign you will have an opportunity to hear these questions and  issues discussed, for they are important to thepeople of this municipality.  1. The public utilities owned by  the city should be maintained at a  high state of efficiency, and the  revenue therefrom collected closely  and promptly. The rates should be  so adjusted that a fair profit over  and above fixed charges can be realized, for the city can no more sell  water and light at cost than can  the merchant the commodities in  which he deals.  2. Direct taxation can only be  kept low by-limiting the issue of  debentures. No debentures should  be issued except for the construction of revenue-producing public  works.  3. A beginning should be made  this year at making permanent  street improvements. The main  business streets should be macadamized arid the main residence streets  graded. Sidewalks should be laid  Avith some uniformity, and not according to the different ideas of different" officials.  4. The steamboat interests centered at Nelson are second only in  importance to the railway interests,  arid the city should provide modern  dock and warehouse facilities at  which this business can be handled.  The docks and .warehouses should be',  built on plans approved by practical  steamboat men, as the future  growth and prosperity of the city  depend, in a great measure, on the  cost of transhipment of merchandise.  5. lam opposed to saloon expansion. There are already a sufficient  number of places in Nelson at which  liquor eanbe obtained at retail, and  the number should not be increased  until the city lias a population. of  ten thousand.  0. Public gambling is looked upon  as an evil in civilized countries, aud  whilst gambling cannot bo prevented, there is no good reason why the  sound of gambling machinery should  equal that from the team traffic on  our main business thoroughfares,  7. None but general by laws should  be passed, and when passed they  should be enforced.  S. Corporations that have secured franchises from the city should  be made to live up to tho letter and  the spirit of their agreements ; but  in adjusting differences that may  arise there should not be any unnecessary friction.  9. The fire department should be  efficiently maintained. The best apparatus should be procured, and the  number of men in. the volunteer  brigade' kept at themaxinmin, for  without men, mere apparatus would -.  be useless in times of danger. ;  ,  - John Houston.   .  pKTllNE OF  ,   -,      Front Doors   .    -  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  .., ���  local and coast,    '  Flooring - .  -   '        * local and coast. -  Newel Posts.  Stair Rail  Mouldings r  , Shingles  Rough. and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  ir what you want is Nor tx stock1  WR WILL MA1CI*  IT FOK   VOU  CALL. AND GET PKICES.  avwan  J TALI. A .VI'  LAKE STIiI*l-'lH. JN'LI-SO.V  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  ���fi* 0. ��UGhar\arsV  A largo stock o�� flrst-blass dry material osi'  hand, also ft fall line ol sash, doors, moulding!-,  - turned work, etc. .  Factory Work a Specialty  Yards  Foot of Hendry* street, Nelaon   .  Mophcmo, oi Jo||n Rae, Agent  MAYORALTY CONTEST.  To the Citizens of Nelson:  In response to numerous requests  from business men, property owners  and ratepayers, I offer myself as a  candidate for Mayor of the City of  Nelson at tho approaching Municipal Elections.  Briefly stated, my platform is as  follows:  If elected it will be my earnest  endeavor to assist in more firmly  establishing Nelson as the wholesale  distributing centre of the Kootenay  country���the position for which she  has been so admirably designed by  nature.  In furtherance of this idea, I will  continue my consistent advocacy of  the construction of a wharf which  will meet present and future requirements of thewholesale and  other business interests.  I believe that the city has reached  that stage when permanent street  improvements have become an absolute necessity and that the cost  should be met, as far as feasible,  from current revenue and should the  citizens see fit to entrust me with  the office of mayor, it will be my  , aim to carry out a well-devised system of street improvements.  It will be my policy to oppose the  borrowing of money unless the same  be used forjthe increase or establishment of public Avorks producing a  revenue to the taxpayers.  I am opposed to any increase in  the salary of mayor, which would  necessarily involve a reduction in  salaries now paid an efficient staff  of officials, or an increased burden  to the taxpayers.  I am strongly in favor of maih-  tainihg the lire departinent in a  position of tlio rough^efficiency an'd  would'-advise the"adoption of modern equipments, including a fire-  alarm system aiid the purclfase of a  chemical engine^ which would effect  a reduction in all fire insurance.  It will be iny consistent policy to  safe guard the taxpayers against  any attempts on the part of corporate bodies, carrying on business in  Nelsoni to encroach iipon the rights  of the citizens.  In iny Opinion a sufficient amount  of money should be expended upon  the parks of the city so that they  will provide the citizens with recreation grounds and opportunities  for healthful enjoyment.  On all municipal works my policy  will be to employ bona fide residents  of Nelson and to maintain the public standard rate of wages.  1 believe that the public schools  in Nelson should be tinder the control of the ci ty, and that every effort  should be marie to establish a high  achool in our midst.  In concluding I wish to say that  in the event of my election I will  consider it my duty to share with  the council the responsibility of the  civic administration, believing, as I  do, that the assumption of entire  authority by one individual is subversive of all constitutional government, whether municipal or other-  ���uise.    Yours respectfully,  Frank Fltstchkr  A Big" Schooner  ,    OF  BEER OR  , -    HALF-AND-HALF      .-  ALWAYS  "KHKSH   ���  10c  ALWAYS  COOL    .  The host jjlas-; of- beer lo be hud- in NuNon is ;it  , '.TUB CLUIMIOTKL  Cornor Silica and  Stanley-Streets.  E. I GURfiAN, Prop.  NOTICE   OP   ASSIGNMENT,  Pursuant to "Creditors Tmt>l Deeds) Act" n-id  niiiciulinK Acts.  s    Notice i.-i hcruby Kiven that Thoimw Sin nicy  , Unni)��liroyH and John Wlilsdiiicc r'itlool*. tim.it-  - ins uiiilur' the Ilrm  name of Humphreys, i: l-it-'"  tot'k as "iieruliiinlsonl'iikoi'Strcel, NeiMjn, Brit-'  i.sh < 'oliimbfii, lmve'by dcudbcnrliiK ftnw the liLli  day of Deci'suher. isfiii, assigned alllliolr pci-io-m!  <'MHli','<:te<lil.saml etli'i't-. (Iitith jiTirtnur^litp and  privuic) which ���uiiy* he ��olil under CM-'ciilion mid  .ull liiclr run! citato (both lmrtii'-rxUiii and jiriv-  1111') to Webster Koreimni Tmvc-, of the City of  NeNoi), HritNIi Columbia, conductor, in trust as'  irnsteu for uicilitoi'H (both partnership and priv-  atol for the purpo^' <>f dislri-bntionaisionK-'t the  said creditor*,ucoordlnt; lo law.  The said rtcM of n^sii;Miii'-iit ��'a-, t'xciiiited by  the said Thoitt.'is St.inlur Humphreys and John  WhisUulcc Pit lock iiiitl by the suid Wc,'I).s?er  Porenmn Truves on tlio said 121 h dny of Deeuin-  her, WM.  ,\nd further lake notice that a iiicoiliifr of the  >-.-i*d creditors- will ho held at the ofllu'i of (iallihor  & Wilson, .solicitor.-', Dakar .street, Nl-Imoii, II. f'.,  on Ki-idny tlicKud day of December, 18WI, at the  hour of t wolo'ehick in this afternoon.  All creditors aro roquircd mi or before thcSnth  day of December, IS!*!), to lilts their elainis with  Ihc trustee, duly jiroved as provided by tho .said  art bUtting the amount and nature lliei'Col- tlio  naluie of ,inv s'eourltr bold bv them nod the  eharaclcr of liability thereof, ami the valuation  placed thereon.  In default of the .said IritMee receiving kiilIs-  factory proof thereof any creditor is liable to  have his cl.iimburred.  WKHSTKIt FOKKMAN" Tl{A VKK,  Trunlee.  OAi.Miii'it 8c Wii.son', Solicitors  Hated m yelfaon, U. C, this I3lh day of December, A.D., 1899.  c&  court m EEvisroN.  N'1'i.son Division, Wkst Kooikxav. '  Notice in hereby ffi\ en Hint ii Court of Revision  anil appeal under the As-essmcul- and Amend-  .ing Acts will be held in the following places:  ..At  (be court house at .Xelson on WoiliifHday,  theluth Jiiiiiiary.-lUuOtit H a. tu.      '.  . . ..-'  At the courthouse at Itosuland on Thursday, -  -- he.Illlf January, liXjOat, II a. in.  ."'.,���' W. ,L OOKI'EL.       -" -'. '",'  .'-Jiulgepf tho Court.of IJevisiou and AppcuL-  m  *c_.  im  '<^<&'C=>. _?���_?���(='. (=>.!^.Ci.��  All Nice Xnias Presents  w  %  LEATHER SMOKING CHAIRS  RATTAN SMOKING CHAIRS  RATTAN ROCKERS  LADIES' ROCKERS  MUSIC CABINETS  SIDE BOARDS  BED ROOM SUITS  DINING ROOM SUITS  DINING ROOM TABLES  ENAMELED BEDS  LEATHER COUCHES  VELOUR COUCHES  TAPESTRY COUCHES  HALL ROCKERS  UPHOLSTERED ROCKERS  CHEFFONERES  How would  one of those  beautiful |  Brass Canopy Top Beds ^  suit your wife M  for l]er Xmas gift S  m*  ��j  D. MeArthup & Co.  Tl^e Furniture Men  m  P. Barns c�� Co.  Wholesale and Retail  ���  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New Denver, Revel-  stoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.   West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson   E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. ^.  Clearance Sale  In order to reduce my stock of Clothing and Boots and Shoes  before stock taking I will sell every article in my store at from  10 to 50 per cent lower than- regular prices. This offer holds  good until the 6th day of January, 1900.  224-226 Baker Street, J"eisor(.  THE0   MADS0N  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  JVJEALS    25     CENTS  liOOM-? UOHTKI) BV KLI'*CTI{ICITY  A.N'U HKATKD ��V STKAM  ���J.". CKXTS'TO $1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comforlablo bedrooma and   (lwt-c!��m  dining-room. Saniplo rooms for commercial men.  ^&r\-  N*  RATES $2 PER DAY  rs. L 0. Clarke, Prop.  i.iii: or mi, iujiai, lion.i., Cvli.akv  Tho flnost hotol  in the inloiior.  Sample rooms.  Steam heat and  electric lli-hti.  Modern in ovei y  icspcct.  Oorn.r Vernon and       |j% Dt HUME,  H/jgr.  Ward Sts . Nol-cn.  B. C. HOTEL   erie. b. c.  Firet-cla--s in every respect. ChoiccHt wlncii,  liquors and ciKnrn, Kvory comfort for transient  mid rcKidcnt jfuesUs.       .,    ���"''";  "-"  HEADQUARTERS FOR' UNION MEN.'     -  1        .'.   .roMKI'H <.,.AJU'_KLL,.],roiirietor. ���  ARCHITECTS.  EWART & TAimiE���Atchltscta.   Room* 7  and K A tv nlnin hlook. Ba enr Rfa eit. Nelann.  ""       LOD&E   MEETINGS. '  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No,  25, Knighta of Pythias, mojts In I. O, O. F.  Hall, eornei Baker and Kootenay streets, evorj-  Tueniay evcring at 8 o'clock,    visiting; Knights  cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLTE. C. C      R. O, JOY, E. of R. & P.  NELSON LOOGE, JSTO. iS, A. F. & A. M.  Moots second Welnesday in each month.  SojoarniuK brethren invited.  rELSON L. O. r. No. lfiSfi, meets in I. O. oTf.  ��� '    Hall, corner llakcr and Kootenay streets,  lt,t and 3rd  Friday  of each month.   Visiting  brctl.ern cordially invited.  Jons Ton:, W. M. F". J. Uic \\i\.v.\, Rec.-Scc.  NELSON yKRIK, Number 152. Fraternal Order  of JCaglci, meeL1? every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach month   in Fimternlty Hall.  ViHiiir.fr brethren welcome  J. Jin iNf.. Pronldent. J. R. \Vn\v, Secretar}-  ELSON' MINKItS' UNION NO. !��. W. V. of  _!.���Meets in ntiiR'!-." union lomiii, iiurlh-  e,i-l comer,,Victoria *uml Kootuimy ���jtruet-, every  ���^.ttmday ineiiinj; ut S o'clock, Vihiting rrieni-  bui^ uolcoino.  J \mi s Wit m.s. S(;o'y.    Cn vs. A. McKav. Prci?.  Til!! iwiulir uii>ctiiiKs of theC iir|>ciitcrV Union  tu<' lield on Wcilne-xlnj* evening: of uacli  vpi-k. ��1 ���" oi Iwk. in the Minei-* I'nloti liti.ll cor-  (i t  Victium ami Kontonay utreel1..  It. ItDUiNMtN. I'lUMrleul.   J AM US COLLlNii. Secretary.  DISSOLUTION  NOTICE.  X^itU-.- K Iiereby (,-ivc>ii flint **o tiiuiin<iei>ij;iied  founeih inirjiiij; on liusiiu^ (is Sntoon Keep-  ur- in the I Hy of Xel-on in the Pivirnce of linl-  i-li Coliim'iln. uwlei tin- fiini u.inie and stile of  .Johnson .V vmitti, h.i\e IhKd.iy by iiuitu.i! consent di.siiheil (lie s:u(I puiiiieisliip The s.ifd  luisinoss wilt be continued 1>1 tli�� innlersitjiiKl.  Robot K. Smith. ��ln> will p,ij nil onlMamhiii;  liabilities of tin; >.ik1 linn and to v\hom all in -  count-, due the s.ud linn .lie payable to.  IMlLiI at .Nelson, 1) (' . this -Jiid day of Deci m-  ber, ISTO.  A. N. JOHNSON.  \Vitnc*is- \V~. A. Q\t,i li'i.K. ft. K. SMITH.  NOTICE." *  Thellritish Coluinbi.i Southern Itnilwaj Com-  liani vill apply to tlicparhaiueitt of t'an.ula at  ltsneM M's.,ioii for an not authori/iiiK Lhe com-  p,ui> to (omplctc.it hiij time before the cud of  the year ItlOt, ilsuestcnt section a*described in  the act of the said parliament (Until Victoria,  iliiiiitcr.tni and u hianch line fiom a point on its  tnain lineal or nfni the folks of Ma lie) oicek.  thence "..> waj of Michcl cieek lo Maitin cicck  and foi tit her purposes,  !!\   older of the hoard.  il  LAMWlKLLOSWALU.Sccrelary.  Monlical, 17th Nil*ember, ISRi.  ~ NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS."  Sealed tenileis w ill bo received b> I he under-  signed until U ii clock noon, Wedne^la}, Janii-  ,n \ .tid, !'*��'. for tho erection oi a tno-^toi j vare-  hiul-c and cold siin.i^o buildingnn e'loiil street,  foi .1. V. (>i itllu \* t'o. Lowest of an} tender not  in cc ".u lly ui-popK'd  KH.UI1 A. CAHI'IK. AivlutceU.  Dissolution of Copartnership.  The part ncrshiii bet ween Dr. D. l^iRau and Dr.  Alex. Forin has been dis^nlvcd. the dissolution  to date from IDeeember M, ISlil. All debts due  the Ilrm aro payable to Dr. 1). Dalian, and he  will pay all debts- of t ho tiriu.  Dated Nelson, December 1st, 18i��.  S-. - THE TRIBUNE:  NELSOlN, B. 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5,  1900  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  HAIR   BRUSHES BATH BRUSHES TOOTH  BRUSHES  NAIL   BRUSHES       MILITARY  HAIR   BRUSHES  THESE GOODS WE  OFFER AT  VERY  LOW PRICES.  ��� I uu L��  :m:_^s  _m:_a_s  NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.  TIES  TIES       TIES       TIES  TIES       TIES      TIES  Wo have a magnificent range of these goods in Putt's, Handkerchiefs, and Flowing ends, in.nlitho very  latest colors and patterns, right from the best Canadian and American iniukets, and at prices that  defy competition.  SILK HANDKERCHIEFS SILK HANDKERCHIEFS  The very finest qualities, in white and colored, with initialed corners, at Ihc very lowest prices.  GLOVES      GLOVES      GLOVES      GLOVES      GLOVES  SEE OUR SPECIAL LINES AT $1.   IT'S A TREAT.  UNDERWEAR  UNDERWEAR  UNDERWEAR  Great assortment of these goods direct from the manufacturers, including Wright si-amous IIealt.li  Brand in fleece lined. Call and see them and get prices. You will be convinced that they are second  to none. We also have a largo stock of clothing, boots, shoes, and everything else that men rcqmrc,  which we are selling at special reduced prices during the holidays. Come and get your share of tho  best bargains in the very best and latest goods ever displayed in Nelson.  J. A-  CILKER,  The  Furnisher.  213-215   BAKER   STREET,  NEW   YEAR'S   GREETING.  I wish every one of my patrons  a prosperous New Year.  . f-"*ii  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler.  COMFORTABLE  SMALL SHOES tormiQC]Ml"  STRONG SHOES '-���--������--���--���'-^  STYLISH SHOES for u,oip fB,h,,p*  DAINTY SHOES te ��"**���_.".���,��,  ELEGANT SHOES  for Iholr mothers  \\'c htuwl back of otii-Shot"- , ���,      ,   ,     ,.,>.,  They arc made in siieli a way. from such stock, that there iw no excise for anything but satisfaction  We have a larger stock than you usually nee and lower prices for Uio same '|i,.unj  than you ever rim across  Shoes to fit all feet, jn -.tvlc. to suit every fancy, at prices mowed down to a minimum.  JJAKKIt STREET, NELSON  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  The Bast th&t'J/loney can Buy.  Take no Other  Manufiwtured by tho Brackinan-Ker Milling Co., UO,       Victoria, Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton, Nelson.  I:���"��� FORJHEELY KNOWN AS THE - :  Kelson ;gigae';:g6.  If ybu would enjoy.��.;-  a fresh arid fragrant'.-:,  tiinoke don tforgel.tlie  Cabinet keeps them -. \  iB.  i?iropriotpr.  LOCAL HEWS IN BRIEF.  City solicitor G'alliher has taken action  in the matter of an appeal against the  ���judgment in Traves vs. Nelson by forwarding tt copy of justice Martin's decision and the evidence submitted in the  case to counsel. The city's policy in regard to an appeal will l**e determined by  the opinion submitted by counsel, Mr.  Galliher. having already expressed his  conviction that an appeal would bo sustained.    At the city council this afternoon the  matter of taxing loan companies doing  business in the city will come up. AVhen  the council determined to impose this tax  the various companies were notified by  the city cleric, and seA'eral of them paid  up. Others asked time to communicate  with their respective head offices. Mr.  Strachan has now received letters from  two companies stating that they will not  submit to the tax without a legal fight.  These communications Avill be before the  council today, and the matter will thus  be brought up.  Mining recorder Wright has compiled  his annual report for submission to the  provincial authorities. The figures are  asfolknvs: Mineral claims recorded, !)7S ;  placer claims recorded, 0 ; certificates of  AA*ork issued, 18G9; payments in lieu of  assessment Avork, $2,000; certificates of  improvements recorded. 107 : bills of stile  and   transfers,   OSS);  abandonments  ro-  AWNOUNCEMENT.  To ���tut'. Ki.i*em*'s Oi* nil- \V_st W.utii:  In fOni|)liaiii'o*willi the I'miiicriL of a large number of  citi/cn-, 1 have consented lo oii'or myself us a uuiidkhilc  foi nldcrmmi in the West ward. If elected I snail do my  iiUnosl to prolocl tmd fuillicr tlio interests ol the city.  Owing to mm voidable-circumstances i .-.lull not he nt  Xolson during election -.-.cok. and uonsec|iioritl> will bo  unable to make a tlioroi:_rh peisonal canvass. Hoping  lo receive your support, I remain, Yours Obediently,  A. FKKLAX1).  NOTICE.  To Tin: Ki.i'.ci'otts or uu; K.\m* Wako:  A huge number of etectoisol ihc southern h.Uf'of Ihc  1'ast Ward have *c<iucsted me to I'oiric forward as a  candidate for uldciman in (ho East AVtirri, I hivvo oon-  aented to do so. If'elected an alderman I shall endeavor  to _civc (he city lo the best of my ability in (hat  capacity, 1 hope !o lccohe jour'support. Yours  hincorcly,        , J, A, IRVIXti.  FOE GOOD CIVIL GOVERNMENT.  1900-  At, Ihc lcqtieat, of a Jorge number of citizens. I have  .consented to bccuinea cimlul.itc for Alderman, for the  East ward at the election In be hold on January II,  Vour aotu and influence on my behalf will be I'lppn-  cialcd. '  GKOItCK A. II. UMA'j. *\I.Il.  TO   THE   ELECTORS     ���  At the renucst of a lingo nimibor of Ihc elector--. I have  consented to iillor myself as a candidate foi tin- ojlico ol  aideniiaii for lhe,Kast -Ward of the citj. If'elected I  m1ih.11 endeavor to fl'M-hnrgu f-tithfull} the dulic, of 'lie  ollice. .Soliciting your Mipporl I icm.iin, Your-, .Sincerely, '     * i W..). WILSON*.*  Save Your Dollars  i      Hy Unyiiig your goods from us all this s--  wocliaiid we will s.no .win iIdIIius,   Vour  upocial attention is ,calkd to our huge  ufcMirtniunL of uicu's,  boy'f", and  child-  foil's clothing, furnishing!* and hliocs,  QUALITY THE BEST  PRICES THE LOWEST  H.ikcr Sticet,  ()l)])o.site Qiieen'.s Hotel.  BROWN & GO.  Men and Young Men  J)o not spend every u\ cuing of the week in  hearcli of amusement, but ghc n little time to  yourownsoci.il and mental improvement.  NIGHT CLASSES  For all grades of scholars will he opened at  Ihc Business College,  Victoria Mi-ecl on Januarj 8id, 10U).  An.uI yourselves of this oupoilunity.  RATTRAY & MEttRILt  AV ill    open    her  KiiKlergnrteiiand  iriiriiiry school in  OK    KNGL1HII  Iss FalmeF I   OHUHfH Kehooi  room on Die 2nd of .lanitary, KM. 'Kor-i-irmsiwd  all parliculans apply to MISS PALM Kit,  At residence of JVlr.s; ,{. II, Robertson, linker  Street West. - . ���     .'������'���������. '-   -!   .'.;.' - '���:.;"������ ���.-'������'        ' ���'���-  ��� ;^'i_ WOTiOE' \%Q ^bNTEACTQllS^-;^  ^Joalctfct:'em'crs:; will' .nbjrcciii vc/l'.by, 1 hi*i.uiiilersigVeii"  ^.iicecp  corded, 1*2: substitute certificates issued,  2: I'rci! lniners'���.���erliliciite.--, I!2S; special  certificates, 2S : company certificates, o7 ;  total miners" liconscs, 1 IS!).  Horn at Nelson, on Tuesday, to the  wife of .1. .A. Mrown of Silica street, m  son.  City engineer McCulloch is preparing  tin extended report on the Avork ctirriod  on in his department (.luring the year  .just closed.  Police magistrate Crease Avill hold a  court of revision on lite voters" list at  tho city hall on .Saturday. The list of  appeals is not large.  ���Tames Stuart Martin, son of "W. U.  Martin of Kos.slaml, passed through Nelson on "Wednesday night on his Avay to  Toronto, Avhere he will attend the Upper  Ciinada College.  J.<\ W. Peters was in Kaslo yesterdtiy  on business.  A number of railway construction contractors are in the city awaitiiig the  opening of tenders for the extension to  Bill four.  A carload of Australian mutton arrived at tho C. P.-.R. vesterdny consigned to  P. Burns & C^   HOTEL ARRIVALS.  Foiks;   II.  E. Mowan,  -D.  Sloan.  At Tin:'PirAU{.--C. P. Hill, Port Hill;  B. J. Harrington, Montreal; IT. V. Rudd,  Silver King mine;" G. V. Grass, Montreal.  At tub Hi'.mi"-.���R W. Coleman, Ains-  Avorth; IT. L. Hume, C. F. Smith, Fort  Steele; D. W. Moore, Trail; IT. Lyon,  Winnipeg; F. C. Beer, Grand  Steele and wife, Grand Forks;  Kaslo.  At tiib-Guaxi) Ckxtiial.-  F. Lorcntzcr, Slocan City; O. A. Chipman,  Niikusp: T. D. Magnus, A. Cawley, A.  Cameron, Saudon; II. Shute, Manitoba;  M. Howe, F. Smith, Souris, Man.; B. ,J.  Barnkall'", Helena; F. Steinberger, Granite  mine; F. Turner, AV. Turner, Toronto.  Attiu-i Trio.moxt.���N. D. Lee. Medicine  Hat; D. Brown, C. W. Thomas, E. McGinn.  At Tin-: SiLArEit Kixr;.���F. Ii. Boyd, W.  K. P. Co.: E. David. Silver King mine; G.  IT. Cook, Arrowhead; IT. M. Lewis,  Fernie.  At tub Madoicx.���C. E. Short, Rossland; Dan .Jones, T. M. ll.-nves, Fort  Steele: P. .1. Gallager, Slocan City.  At tiik SiiKitiiHOOKB.���J. Pesermenn,  P, Dccimean, J. Chcnier, Spokane; Mrs.  ,T. Philbert, Vi'nir.  At tiir Qri-;i':x"s.���,). McNeil, Granite  mill: W. Ij, Callanan, New Denver; C.  Muggs, Cranbi'Ook : J. A. BroA\ no, JL  Hogers, Spokane; Mr-. IS. .1. Shea and  child, Moyic; K. G. Snulh, Kaslo.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Two furnished rooms to lei at the corner of Vernon and Cedar -tree!-.  Typewriter Avauted���Must be Avell rc-  eomiiipndert mid proficient. Appi' to Tailor Jc Hiiii-  nington. Ilarri-lors.  h'or rent--I'^ive-roomed house, iilso fur-  ni-hings  in   -.inie  house J'or  Mile.     Tor   terms ai>)ily  Cabinet Cigar Co.  1     AT GREATLY  REDUCED PRICES.  " Nothing more -appropriate  ' / for a--present than a nice  Fur Coat,' Muff, Cape, or  Cap.  A large assortment of  ', ladies'  Silk. Blouses  for  Xmas trade*   We have a  few fancy blouses to clear  at 80 cents.  A large Assortment  of Ladies5 and Gent's  Si  A few children's coats  to clear at $1.50.  We are going out of  ladies' and childrens' footwear, and are selling the  balance at cost.  See our $8 and $10  Mens' suits.  .     ELLIOT BLOCK,TJAKER.STlnCET, NELSON. ;. .  ���^AV-iirrc^  :d ray'Imsi ties^'.:--. 1 {ei^  ..fohcrlHVV.idt^ini.slreeti'Kcliwn.llt.CVri.i.?-.*^-1/^ '���':'��� --:>-��':  WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF  Coal Heaters  EVER DISPLAYED'IN KOOTENAY DISTRICT  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS  Gole's Hot Blast Heater  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted  to any kind of coal, CROW'S NEST, LETH-  BRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds equally well. Not requiring the  attention of an ordinary coal heater. Economical, durable and simple in construction.   See our Steel Ranges for hard and soft coal or wood.  ps & Co  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  AVE STOVES  But while we are waiting for the cold weather we  would draw your attention to our line of  NICKLED   COPPER WARE  Including Tea and Coffee Pots (several designs), Enamelled Handle Dippers, Pudding Dishes, Tea Kettles, etc.,  and the only place you can get them is  HARDWARE   GO.  Kindly drop  in or  Ring up  5-virkpatrick & Wilson  Previous to  Allowing others  To make you  believe their prices are  Right, as we are the leaders of prices  In Nelson, and can supply anything in  Crockery, glassware and groceries.  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  ��5fc furthermore    "  We  ��� ' -  Invite  l-��adies to call and  'Satisfy themselves    '  On the fact of our leading and  Never-following others.  Phone S.  Box  57.  Il.i^i.ilvcn |il.ico the Iim-Iih'.-" will Ik* romluc-lc'1 iimtcvllioinme iimiiiih'i'mcnt, ami our nmiiy customer-; will be  pIimmkI In t-nnw tlml tliev Nill be m<". .iml il'Mlt with the -unit; courloiy as Ihh hitherto piuvuiieil. The cl.ws of  Hoods �� hit'ii Iki- been li.ui-lloil mill biiill i:p -iU*h ����� repntiition for tho firm of T\L UesIJrlsfty & t-'o. will continually bo  )vi-l>l in "(oi:K, unci ns our i-usloiitor- will not be n -WcA lo ile.it with sIimiikui^, tho expect,it ion of the olli tlnn, will bo  iii.ihil.iinuil tliroiiitlioiil.   ('omiiioiu'i) tho nuwyenr arfelil by dunlin���; ��itli the old iclinulc*  Wi-hiiiBjon nil ii Miry ifitpiiy N'ew Year, yon will knowiwin \  THE WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY, Ltd,  fjUCCKrfSOItS   TO  Bak-*r Sfraet, No'smi. M.  DesBrisay & Co., Staple and  Fancy  Groceries.  Wo bog Lo announce to our many patrons that we have removed to  oui' new quarters in the Houston Block, the big increase iu the  volume of our business forcing us to seek larger premises. ^ Thank-  tho people for the patronage accorded us in the past, in anticipation  of an increase of this custom in the future, Ave remain, theirs to  eonimaivd in all lines of groeeiies.  Houston Block, Baker Street)  John A. Irving  ARRIVED IN NELSON  Whiskie  ncriidiiiK'SoKi*a"i's:2;;;i'ai��l-7 Itye:in;BarrelHJ'' ���������Gdode.rliarii'.&.-Worts'Ilye In.Cases,';.-.':  Se��Winfs,Star;^Uiyo^  :^yircitXYv;:K6(^;enay^Afec'i)it0  'U--'��v:\ Koli-oil,?'B.'t;i A.;..:.;.;;.;:.:':.::".  R. P. RiTHET & CO.

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