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 Tnr. V1.1n.1T11i.1nr_ ~_-tr- ' ~'"-"rr,-iit' '-ir-"-���^-  _____^________  |-H��  W  P  f    i  DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR.  !*,,.  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORFING, FEBRUARY 13,  1900.  PRICE -FIVE  CENTS.  tt.  CITY COUNCIL DECIDES ON  Question of Paving.  Tho cily council met  last  night,  tho members  in attendance being  mayor Houston,  aldermen Arthur,  McKillop,    Morrison,   Wilson   and  Hall.  After preliminary business the  report of the public works committee was submitted us below:  Public "Works Committee's Report.  The public works committee reported, as follows: "After due consideration we do not deem ib advisable to report in favor of the city  accepting the tender of Cannell  Brothers for' macadamizing Baker  .street. Both the city and the, contractor would be required to pur-  j chase a plant, and on completion of  ���the proposed work, the city would  lie in little better position to do  additional work of the same kind  than it is now, while the contractor  would be in a fairly good position  to shut out others competing* for  future work.  The tender Tor furnishing and  setting curbing seems to us to be a  reasonable one, and we recommend  that a contract be entered with  William Shackleton for supplying  aitd setting 1500 feet more or less  of curbing at the price named, that  is $1.10 per lineal foot.  ,We further recommend   that the  council call for tenders for a complete up-to-date road-making plant,  '"'-including a 15-toii steam road roller.  That   tenders  therefor  be  in  not.  ,   later than noon on  February 19th,  and that the successful tenderer be  ��� required to deliver the plant f. o. b.  -Nelson, not later than  April  20th  next, and superintend its successful  operation for thirty days  before it  is recei\ed and paid for by tlio city.  We also  recommend that a force  of   men  bo  at  once   employed  to  break rock in sixes suitable for machine finishing and.  for  road  making.  Alderman Morrison moved the  adoption of the repot c.  A Alderman Arthur considered a  power drill should comprise part of  the plant. He believed such a drill  wouid pay for itself in a few months.  If this wore done tho hard work  could be dispensed with.  Alderman    Hall   supported    the-  idea, but remarked that hand work  could be carried on at various points  to "better advantage than  a  steam  drill.  Alderman 'Ai thur then seconded  alderman Moiri^ouV resolution,  which was? carried, and city eloik  Strachan Was instructed to lake the  necessary steps toward calling for  tenders.  Mayor Houston remarked that  preccnt was an excellent time for  i einoviug stone in stonoboats if  there was any work of this description to be done, such as that at  the coiner of Ward and Silica  stieets, whoie a rough retaining  wall was desirable on the northeast  corner. The rock could be handled  50 per cent cheaper now than, would  bo the ca.so later.   Aldermen Arthur and Hall moved  that tho city engineer make an  estimate of the cost of such woik  and report at next meeting.  money be raised by the issue of debentures for the following purposes :  1. For the building of the wharf.  2. Kor the purchase of a street-  making plant.  We would further recommend  that the debentures, which were  authorized to be issued in December last, namely, $7000 for tho electric light system and $8000 for the  waterworks system, bo not issued ;  but, instead, that authority be  asked to issue debentures for sums  suflicient to cover the total that  may be expended on waterworks  and electric light construction  .accounts during the year, including  the .sums that have already been  expended.ou these accounts.  Alderman' Wilson asked if any  specific sum'was asked for, .in the  report, to which reply was made  that this could not be arrived at  accurately until it was known exactly what sum Was required for the  various essential work.  The mayor remarked that the  matter would rest finally in the  hands of citizens and if they declined to vote the funds, the council would have to struggle along as  best it could with what revenue  was in sight.  Aldermen McKillop and Arthur  moved the adoption of the report  which was carried.  Tenders for tho city wharf work  were opened as follows:  ."���'Vancouver Hardware Company,  drift bolts, nuts, washers, $1000;  washers I.1,- cents per pound; 30  kegs of spikes at $-1.80, $172 ; 3 kegs  5; inch spikes at $4.80; total  $1187,20.  J. A. Honeynian, bolts, delivered  on wharf, $915.  ; Lawrence Hardware Company,  5000 pounds bolts, etc. at $5.50 per  100; drift bolts, 3000 pounds at  $1.10 per 100 ; 302S pounds washers  at $1.75 per 100.  Xelson Saw k Planing Mills, timber and lumber, $3292 50.  J. A. De war, timber and lumber,  $3292.18.  J. A. Say ward, timber and lumber, $32 J 1.10.  Nelson Saw &_ Planing Mills, con-  sti action - material and labor complete, $9500.  W. C. McLean & Co., construction  $3057 00.  D. McArthur k Co., construction,  $3500:  city engineer remarked that the  Crickmay hospital and Mr.Painter's  residence were poorly served owing  to light feed wires. Aldermen Arthur and Bull moved that the clerk  be authorized to make the necessary  change.  C.A. Semlin, provincial secretary,  notified tho council of the appointment of alderman Irvine and J. A.  Kirkpatrick as licence commissioners and E. A. Crease and W. J.Wilson as police commissioners.  By-law No. 02, to levy a road tax,  was introduced for a final reading  and passed. It was signed and  sealed on the spot, as the mayor  said "to avoid any doubt on the  matter in the future."  Alderman McKillop introduced  the fire limits by-law which was  read a first and second times. It  was referred to the next meeting of  council for consideration in committee of the whole.  Alderman Arthur introduced a  licence by-law,which was dealt with  similarly. Copies of the by-laws  were distributed in order that the  members, might become familiar  with their con tents "before the mat.  ter was gone into clause by clause.  Alderman Arthur inquired if the  Tramway company had -been notified to repair, the crossings referred  to at recent meetings as having  been left in bad shape. .The city  engineer replied that tho notification had been served and the company had replied that the matter  would have tlieir attention.  Aldermen Arthur and Wilson  moved that supplies necessary to  make 200 water works connections,  bo ordered by the mayor.  The mayor was authorized to dispose of the damaged drain pipe at  the depot.  The city engineer was instructed  to box in any exposed water pipes/  and the council then adjourned to  Thursday evening.  GREAT BRITAIN INTENDS TO  Stemwinder were both closed down  over a month ago,'and the Montezuma and Standard have little work  done on them. Tho . company was  capitalized for five million dollar?.  ���.Jeorge E. Cox, Toronto, is president, William MeKenzie, vice-president and Dann Man form the directorate, while Hugh Sutherland is  managing director. Inquiries of  the managers of the other big mining companies operating in tho  Boundary district were all answered by their saying that their  properties would not close down.  Tin*j is a hopeful view that the  labor troubles .will not extend here  generally. ?  THE GOVERNMENT BARELY  k Lund, construc-  li neal  Report of Finance Committee.  To the mayor and council :    An  estimate of the probable  revenue  i'or the current year totals $7..,.)S0.38,  derived from the following sources :  J.PI-! (".lull* UNO-. ,.    >    - >. <���       SII.IKXI 00  |.ti'. Inc light ml...   ...   .. 3I.I-HI.I  w.-iw lulu.)           .......     ....    . wmw  Lui>n-.(.s  n/axi iti  lJolu_ .'Oiii'L liiu.'-                    i.wn-.i  hi-wer rntfs ,.  .....     .     _,, .    ,   _. I..VHHI1'  J.f_M.l.l..lH'O.W ���  -        .      ��� .fWH-H)  Ito-ul 11\          .Mini mi  Ook tax ,         -KHMKI  HiKi.il (i-Uliit-. ami v.-!-1 of i'(>l.tet.') \ IoN !..(_ <M  H(!._!tl_ -1-'|k.tl_IIC..t       ....             ... V'M IM  W'ollfh M'.llt".                      .   .     .,   , Km ill  (io.'ei.itm'iit fjninl  ...          .    ,            ., Ml U)  Oill(>ieiuc Ix-Uvten i-_._i.al mottlmfl ul  lUnk of Muutiuiil on DuL-'-iibu. XKt  IS',)'!    _lti-1   ii.-i*   \.ilm>  of   delft-iili-H!-.  aulliou/C-l nut not >ot isMii'd 2 ISil .S1.  An estimate of expenditures for  expenses that should be classed its  fixed charges shows that the following sums will be needed, namely :  Ifiie -Icl-nrtHH-iit           S ,5,000 00  1'olncj cl_iM.itmen.                        . 1500 00  Jrt&il e\pense.            ....             , MXKI00  M.Mcilriiieoii-                               ... ,l -JO'i 00  Pi mtiiitr und htn I torn r\.                  .      . I 000 (10  lMiblit biii].li-iKsaml-_-uiin_l -           . 7.0 00  -..iUiii's                  . ',.700 00  Health <loi-iUlui( nt _ I 7)0 00  Kinl-iiif.' flux!     - (> Kid 00  Inlciosl on (IcIiciiIiiio <.,I_>> Oil  InleiO'.l oil o.eidi.ifl,                     , 750 00  howi'ri'iauituii.itH o "JOO 00  Hoi tnc lijjlit HhLiutuiiiiiicO 1...00 Oft  W.i(oi-��oi1-h-iiiiiitcimiicc- . 1,000 00  I>,.iil in .Kuiii.il) on account of e\pu!(li  IhkS iu.Mleiii 1S')I . 7,117 2,">  R_ti-.li.il li^hl nutcii.il iH-lcicd ni IS')'.  lntt nol j ctu'cei .ul , ..,.7. 10  ]}.iUiicotl-U> Ai__i.l-img& Moiiisf.li On  ,._iomit ��f pipe ioi "-..itur vsoiks ion  illm tion                    717 lb  Total .   SJII.M12 81  Which leaves the council $11,-  807.55 with which to carry on  needed public works, which we believe to be wholly inadequate,  We, therefoie,  leeommeud  that  Ti reckon ridge  tion, $1937.10.  C.  Mc Ada in,  01 cents per  foot for 11000 feet piling.  M. J.McGrath, 71 cents per lineal  foot .for piling.  \V. G. McLean & Co., S cents per  foot for piling.  On motion of alderman Arthur  and McKillop the tenders were referred to a special committee consisting of mayor-Houston and Aldermen IIall and Wilson,  Chief Thompson of the fire department leported having sus  pended driver William Pfeifier for  breach of discipline, and appointed  Aithur Pitchford in his place. lie  also recommended the purchase of  a .set oi' strong lanterns and the  appointment of a fire and water  conimittee._      Aldermen Wilson and Morrison  moved that the suspension and appointment referred to be confirmed,  which was cariied.  Aldermen'Arthur and Hall moved  that chief Thompson be authorized  to purchase twelve lanterns (5f the  pattern ho desired, and sixteen  pairs of lubber boots. This was  aNo carried.  Ward Brothers, representing the  Hartford Insurance Company,  wrote requesting the return of $100  on the ground that tho insurance  tax, for which this sum was paid,  had not been collected from other  com panics doing business here. The  mayor remarked that ho thought  the insurance com panic*, had a club  over the city, and that tho tax only  drove business away from local  ti gents to Coast agents. Aldermen  McKillop .and Wilson moved that  the $100 be returned to Ward Brothers, which was carried.  IL D. Hume, manager of the Hotel Hume, objected to advanced  rates for lighting on the ground  that the light was very poor aud  inefficient, or at least until the me-  tcts could bo installed. Mayor  Houston lcmaiked that the Hume  had been paying on tho scale of a  special figure given them by the  clecti ic light company when the institution was elected. Aldermen  Arthur and Hall moved that the  regular hotel rate be collected from  the II ume.  D. MeFarlane drew attention to  his desire for electric lighting, and  {his elicited the explanation that  the "wire it was proposed to extend  was not heavy enough to carry the  increased current necessary.     The  Increase tiie Army.  LONDON", February 12.���Criticizing  the government's scheme for the  reorganization and increase of the  British army in the house of com-  iiions today, the -Liberal leader, sir  Henry Campbell-Baiinorman, said  he had heard, of the great scheme  for the administration of a great  army, but he had not heard a single  figure mentioned as to the cost  thereof, nor even in regard to the  particular vote.    How much of the  money required was due to the  present war ? To this question. Mr.  Wyndham replied: "Four hundred  and twenty thousand pounds." Sir  Henry Canipbell-Banneriiian said he  could not be expected to pronounce  tin opinion upon the scheme suddenly, but, he added, he believed  that nine-tenths of his hearers were  ready to do almost anything for  the purposes of the present war,  but would like to legard it as a war  measure alone, leaving the question  of the future increase_apd_iear-  f or _ further ~d i s-  MAY SHIP COOPS IN BOND  Through United States.  Washington, .February 12.���The  final week's discussions of the pending financial bill.was begun in the  senate today. The. speakers were  two Republicans, Mr. Elkins of West  Virginia, and Mr. Woleott of Colorado *iud one Populist, Mr. Butler,  North Carolina.;: Mr. Butler closed  the debate for thetlay advocating  the adoption of |his amendment  providiugfor. ah issue of paper currency by the government. ���   ' ���  An important bill was passed  by the house' .today, which makes  universally applicable-the. law. that.,  now permits the transit of goods in  bond.through; certain ports in the  United States. Under it goods in  bond can lie shipped through any  port of the territory' of the United  States or .foreign ports. _It is principally designed to give the transportation companies of the .United  States a share of [the transcontinental trade-;tq-the1 Orient. - The bill  also repeals the Taw of March 1st,  1895, prohibiting the shipment of  goods in bond to the Mexican free  zone. The latter provision was  fought by Mr. Stephens of. Texas.  RUMORS AND OPINIONS OF  open  rangeiueufc"  cussion.  It ".vas explained in the lobbies of  the house of commons that Mr.  Wyndham meant to convey that  all the supplementary estimates  asked for were due to the war, except =��120,000 required for the new  scheme to close the financial year  of March 31st.  . Sir Charles-Duke,advanced Radical member of tho Forest of Dean  division of Gloucester, said Mr.  Wyndham's speech "seemed to support the heresy that Great Britain  should icly upon home defences,  while the truth was that the most  powerful defence lay in the striking  power of the fleet."  Will Close Down.  Greenwood, February 12.-  -The  Times tomorrow will announce the  closing down of work on the Dominion Copper Company's properties in the Gieenwood camp. Frank  Robbins, engineer in charge, said:  "I got instructions fiom the east  to follow the lead of the Kootenay  mines on account of the eight-hour  law, and have consequently closed  down all woik. We have already  paid off 85 employees. 1 cannot  say when we shall reopen."  The Dominion Copper Company  owns iu Greenwood camp the Brooklyn, on which the men employed  were today discharged, andtheRnw-  hide which is being developed by  contract   labor.     The   Idaho  and  , What Ma? Happen.  London, February 13.���The Pie-  toruaaritzburg correspondent of tho  Daily Mail telegrayhing says: *  "Despatch from Eshowe assorts  that a large commando of Boers is  encamped near Ngulu with 80 wagons and nine guns. It is rumored  that this force intends to besiege  , Eshowe. The intention being probably to fortify the Insuzi hills iu  order to prevent the British traversing Zululand to relieve Ladysmith."  Great Britain, according to tho  Berlin correspondent of the Daily  Mail, is placing large orders for  Schwartzkorf torpedoes for the  admiralty. The ��� orders are ostensibly being executed for Italy.  Mr. Spencer Wilkinson, discussing the military situation in the  Morning Post today, refers to a  Cape Town letter, dated January  23rd,-Which- asserts that-   lord  Roberts will allow no movements  until the transport organization is  complete and says:  " It is probable therefore that  transports are now ready and the  arrival of lord Roberts at Modder  river is the signal for action. It is  possible that before the beginning  of his movement he wishes to ascertain from .lord Methuen how matters stand in hih part of the theatre  of war and this would account for a  pause of a few days,  Pro-Boors Turned Down.  London, February 13.���The socialists tried to hold a pro-Boer or  peace meeting last evening- A hostile crowd invaded the hall shouting: "Down with the Boers" and  singing the national anthem. Mr.  Henry Ilindman, the socialistic leader and others attempted to speak,  but they were roughly handled and  scattered. The utmost violence  prevailed and the police were compelled to intervene and to clear the  street in the neighborhood of the  hall.     To Tree   Mrs. Maybrick.  NoiiFOi-iv, Virginia, February  12.���Efforts are again being made  here to secure the freedom of  Florence Maybrick now serving a  life sentence in England for the  murder of her husband James May-  brick.  Escapes Defeat.  Victoria, February 12���[Special  to the Tribune].���Prentice made a  straight bolt  this  afternoon, and  the   absence   of   .James  Dunsmuir  alone saved the government from a  direct defeat.   Iu debating the Coal  Minos Regulation bill. Prentice said  that in his opinion  the  purpose of  this measure is nothing more creditable than the promotion  of litigation between two rival mining companies,    lie  considered  it a  thoroughly bad bill, bad in intention, in  principle and in detail.    He did not  believe it would have any effect if  passed   by   the   legislature,   as   it  would be"declared ultra vires, but  he condemned the attempt to do by  subterfuge  what  the judgment of  the _    privy       council       declared  this     province;    could      not     do  openly, that is forbid tiie. employment of Asiatics.    If it did succeed,  the bill would not drive the Chinese  out  of the   province,   but   simply  from the mines of Comox into the  cities   and   country    generally   to  come into  competition with  white  labor.   He was confident that the  electors of east Lillboet would commend him for voting to let these  fifteen  hundred Chinamen  remain  in Comox rather than have say two  or three hundred of them removed  to Lillooet;  To his mind the only effective  way of dealing with thes problem  would be for all parties to unite to  bring pressure upon tho Dominion  government, who alone have power  to exclude the Chinese.  Prentice moved the adjournment  of the debate for ten days and the  house divided evenly, speaker  Forster then declaring Prentice's  motion lost. The debate continued,  a suggestion thrown across the  house by Higgins that the ministers  should retire for consultation not  receiving attention. Theie is a  night sitting on the bill.  An anui-ving incident occurred  just before the recess. > Ralph  Smith had moved the adjournment  of the debate, when Semlin wont  hurriedly to join him and they had  a whispered consultation, after  which Smith asked permission to  withdraw his resolution. This was  refused, and he had to vote against  it himself. This course and tho  speaker's vote again .saved the government.  Martin's motion respecting Cotton  is on the oiders. He recites that  the minister of finance has been  charged with having falsified the  minutes of the executive council,  that having been left iri charge of  valuable property of one Gordon,  through breach of trust, he con  vol ted the same to his own use, and  was jailed for contempt of eouit in  refusing to disclose what he did  with tho proceeds; that Cotton,  having got into financial difficulties  in Colorado, left that state clandestinely for the purpobP of deceiving  hh~ creditors- and���escaping" from  proceedings; and "Whereas, it is  important that no suspicion of  wrongdoing should attach to the  character of such an official," he  movi-i that tho speaker name a  select committee to inve->tigate  these charges.  of absorbent cotton and a protective bandage. After a few days  the animal is brought back and the  pulp of the vaccine vesicles with  exuding serum is carefully collected  Avith sterilized spoon curettes aiid  placed in sterilized containers filled  with glycerine. The vaccine is examined bacteriologically and physiologically, and filled into sterilized  sealed tubes which have been previously examined. It is thus evident that it is impossible for anyone innoculated with modern vaccine to sufTer any bad result therefrom. "Bad arms," in tho old sense  of the word, are a thing of the past.  LORD ROBERTS  EXPECTED  To Move at Once.  London, February 13.���4:15 a.m.  ���Lord Roberts has gathered 35,000  men with whom, according to the  best military opinion in London, he  purposes turning the left-of. the  Magersfontein lines near Jacobsdale  entering tho Free State, compelling  geueral Cronje to raise the siege of  Kimberley, and thus making his  first step toward Bloemfoutein.  Yesterday lordRobertsannounced  the   appointment   of    general   sir  Henry Colville,  hitherto the commander,    of    the   Guards'     brigade,   "to    the   'command; ��� of     the  ninth division, which' is being formed and will  consist probably to a  ;great   extent   of   colonial; troops.  General Colville will  be  succeeded  by      general      Reginald       Pole-"  Carew.      Lord   Roberts   tells   the  correspondents that  wlieh'he  gets  down to business they shall-have  ample  opportunity to send  news.  His  chief   press   censor  yesterday  issued new rules, and in  future all  written  communications  are to go  unchecked.    Only telegrams will be  censored.    For the next few days  little news is likely to get through,  but later there, will be more freedom.    Thus .says the  censor, and  the last clause may be  interpreted  to mean that something is about to  happen.    ,  ^Kimberley, twenty   miles away  LETTERS FROM THE FRONT  About the Boers.  London, January 30.���Writing  from Frere on January 4th, the  Times correspondent says:  "Despite their activity, the condition of the Boers does not seem  to be  very prosperous.   Tho week  after  the battle, 120 Kaffirs, men,  women and children, who had been  working for the Boers deserted and  came over to us,,many of them being in a starving condition,   Thoy  complain   of getting   neither  food  nor  money   and  above all  of the  loud   lamentations    of    the   Boer  women in camp for tlieir husbands  and relations who had been killed  in the  battle.    All Kaffirs  have a  superstitious   horror".of illness   or  mourning   in    any  .'.form/     They  said   the    Boer    loss     had,   been  heavy,     almost     entirely     owing  to   the    effective   lyddite   in    the  trenches.       The   power   of   those  shells, they said, was terrific:   Sev-;  eral-of them stated that they'/"had  been knocked down by the force of _  au explosion 200 yards away.0. The  following week some  more.Kaffirs ���  came in, telling the same''story.-. On ���  Jauuary 3rd twelve Boer deserters  came in.    They, too,  complaiued offc  lack of food and ill us'agb, and said .  that the Boers were  short of hoiAii  food and forage.    ,.-..\..:,...;;v':.../:.;:/,..^  All tills points to  the fact that /  the long waiting is teljing heavily; ,  on the  Boers.    Many  of  them areI .;  without  tents, a  serious  hardship  /  now that the heavy... rains are  be-v  ginning, aud the supply of: rations/::  to a constantly 'moving- force  must  be exceedingly difficult."    '   ' / ;.;  LONDON, January 30.���The; Daily//  'News correspondent at /Cape Town��� /  reviewing the campaign up to January S says: ''I would like to mention an incident showing the wanton cruelty of our captors. On  leaving, our camp at Gras Pan I took  the precaution of taking my water  bag with me and after I had covered some H_)tU-<distaucc a Boer riding beside me offered to carry it ou  his horse. 1 asked him for it later.  Judge of my dismay to find that he  and   his   fellows    had   completely  from the  Modder river  position, is    ....   _._...���..- ���. ���  in sore straits. Details of tiie De- emptied it, consequently we had no  cember death rate show that in a  population of 14,000 whites and  19,000 blacks the mortality was  sixty -whites and J138 blacks  per thousand. The infantile  death - rate _ was 071 per  thousand among the whites and  5)12 per thousand among the blacks.  Fever was prevalent. The frightful state of things in December cannot have improved mrch, if at ali,  since, and the fighting power of tho  garrison must have been greatly  dimi_iiuhed. Moanwhiie the bom-J  bardment by the Boers has increased and there is imminent danger of  the town falling. It is believed in  circles close to the war ollice that  lord Roberts will move at once.  Decision Eeserved.  Cincinnati, February 12.���After  hearing arguments, judge Taft reserved decision in the Kentucky  injunction cases until Wednesday  afternoon.  MODERN   VACCINE.  There o\i-.ts in certain quarters a  rooted dislike to vaccination, partly  ba_.cd on ignorance and partly on  tho results which occasionally  occurred in the earlier days of vaccination. The first need not be discussed, but it may well he pointed  out how modern medical science  ,1ms completely done away with the  t-econd objection. To begin with  the "arm to arm" system of in-  noculatiou which sometimes resulted  in the spread of syphilis and, other  diseases is no longer practiced anywhere, The okl-fa'-hioned "points,"  which frequently were genu infected than sometimes causing ulcerations, inflammations and abscesses,  have also been done away with.  Tho vaccine which has been ordered  by the city, and which is used by  all the local practitioners, is so  made that theie is no possibility of  it com municatiug disease. A heal thy  young heifer i.s chosen which is  thoroughly lathered, washed and  shaved, then scrubbed with sterilized water, washed with a disinfectant solution and scarified w ith  sterilized instruments After the  seed vaecine is applied the  part is covered with an  aseptic     and     impenetrable     ce-  iii(-ut   which   effectually   excludes    make a demonstration if Italji  germs, and ovei this is laid a layer J troops to Egypt,  A Efch Strike.  News has been received in town  of a rich strike in���Gamp-Mansficld-  on the Tony, one of the Laudi  group of claims. The Kitchener  glacier covers part of this claim,  and, some time before leaving for  F.ngland, Ernest Man-sfieid, M.  iituidi's engineer, directed a tunnel  to bo driven under the glacier following one of several high-grade  stringers of ore, which, it was  thought, wore ufMioots of a considerable body of ore. His expectation has been realised. After the  tunnel had been driven a little over  (JO feet a body of high-grade ore  two feet in width was struck. The  walls arc well defined, and a drift  is now being run along tho vein.  This rich strike is considered to  greatly enhance tho valuo of the  property.  -  Leyds Will Go to Russia.  London, February 13.���Tho St.  Petersburg correspondent of the  Daily Telegraph explain', that the  contemplated vi^it of Dr. Leyds,  tho Transvaal representative, has  been postponed because the Duke  of Saxe-Cobourg and his family are  tho guests of the Czar, but he says  that it is cot tain that the visit to  St. Petersburg will bo made at an  early date.   The Negus Impressed.  Paius, February 13.���Le Journal  publishes an interview with count  Leonticff, who f-ays that emperor  Menelik has been considerably  impressed by the British defeats  because tho Abysinuiau". thought  the British invincible. In the  count's   opinion  tlio   negus   would  sent  water or food dining tho entire distance. Our feet were a mass of  blisters and one of the men gave  out about lTt miles from our destination, which necessitated us cariy-  ing him between us for the remainder of the distance. I would add  that this march was made at tho  tail of a herd nf 42 cattle and four  horses. The nic_>, dust and absence  of water, made our condition almost  unbearable."  London, Jfebrnai y 12.���Speaking  of tlte reorganization of the Biitish  army, lord Lau^downc said .theie  were about 170,000 reservists between the ages of 25 and 15 who  had served with the colors, and  whom tho government proposed to  ask to join the army foi a year, for  home service only.  MINE   MANAGERS   REFUSE  To Confer With Mine Workers.  Au adjustment of the existing  differences between the mine manager-, and mine workpi-. has not yet  been effected-, ftf-ccms that while  the mine managers in the Slocan  refused to confer with the mine  wurfcoiH, individual managi-i'-" met  the mine workers as individuals.  The naino workers were willing to  sign an agreement to work for tho  compromise scale for a period of  twelve month* or longer; but tho  "mine manager', were unwilling to  sign any agivem.'iit at all. They  claim that they wciu not acting an  member!- of the .Silvci-Lead Mines  Association, but as individuals.  They said they would not discriminate against union mine workers  and would pay the compromise  scale, but would make no more definite promises. The mine worker.,  say they do not care for recognition  of the union: all they want is an  agreement that will be binding and  lasting for a peiiod that /will be  sufficiently long to place the busi  noss of tho country on a-.table footing. The mine managers, after all  their professions to the contrary do  not appear to want anything other  than the downfall of the Semlin  government and the lesforation to  power of the Dun��muirs. The  executive of the local minei-.' unions  have not adjourned their meeting,  and before thoy adjourn action may  be taken that will result in placing  union men in e\ery mine in tho Nelson and Slocan districts.  WiM-Mi.*^,-..,..;;.,  ���^^;%;^^;%:,-^-^._��i;��.3_3tfia  i&6i--S$ i  I  M  I  N_!  THE TRTBUNE:  NELSON B. C. TTJESE^'L ^fBBUARY  13,  1900  $5-Spi*Iiig Suits-$5  Now is a good timc to select youv sprintf suit or overcoat.   It, may seem a little  carls-, lml" ln-ltur tjiiv early than wait, until lines are broken.   We have .just re-  ceiv'ed a lai-^e shipmenl. if suits and HkIiI overcoats, and will sell you sergo and  (weed -.uitsiW men from _n up.  Hti-i our I'.o^eiil s'tii'tl. suits for young men, the newest think' out.  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  ffitie .(Eribmte*  Tub report of the finauce  committee wliich was submitted to the  council last evening  is  an interesting document.     It sots out plainly  just    how the   municipal  finances  stood,and what the present council  had to como and go  upon  during  the current year.    It is satisfactory  to  note  the   increase   which    the  committee estimates in the revenue  for the current year,  and  not  the  least pleasing is the estimate which  the committee shows upon tho corporation's  receipts  from the electric   light   plant.      Although  this  plant has  cost  the  city much less  than   the    waterworks system its  earning     capacity    is   very much  greater,    being  .$20,000 as against  $12,000 for the waterworks.    These  iigures emphasise the advantage of  municipal ownership of the  public  utilities.     The members of the finance committee know within a few  dollars    what   the   city's  revenue  from the elefftric plant will be, and  when they estimateitat $20,000 they  are probably Avell within the mark.  This means that by  its  ownership  of the  electi ic light plant the corporation    will  be  able  this   year,  after deducting the cost  of  maintenance,  to provide the whole sum  necessary  to pay interest and sink-  fund upon the whole  of  the city's  bonded indebtedness.    If the  elec-  trict light plant were owned  by  a  private    corporation,    the   service  would not be as cheap as it is,  and  Nelson would be obliged to raise by'  direct  taxation  over  $15,000 more  1 each   ,year   than    under existing  ������     __> __.  circumstances. *   .  - Tun report of the ii nance committee throws asidejight upon the  methods   of  the  previous   council.  .About the  last act of the council  i  I of 1890 was the issuance of a state-  j    _   ment "which showed an overdraft  at the J3a__k of Montreal of $10.S2D,-  02.    The attempt  was  made, upon  the strength of this statement, to  .    create the impression that this sum  represented the excess of expenditures over receipts.   Nothing could  be more misleading,    if the given  total" were   multiplied by two   it  ���would not represent   the amount  which the previous council expended   over  and  above   its   revenue.  During January the present council  paid, on  account of 1899 exponpi-  tnres,  $7,447.25;   there   is  still  to  be   paid   $3573.10   on   account   of  materials   purchased ;    this, . with  ---���$717.48 of a balance due upon the  waterworks extension,makes a total  so far of $11,737.83  which must be  added to the   given overdraft' to  arrive at the over expenditure,    it  totals up just $22,507.13.  A Handsome Block.  The Madden block at tho corner  of Ward   and   Baker   sticets   occupies- a conspicuous position and i.s  one of tho handsomest brick block:.  in town.     The largo  basement is  occupied by   T,   B.   May's   barber  shop, and on the  ground   floor  arc  three stores.     The front store has  been leased by Kerr k Maher,   who  will shortly start a dry goods business here.    The store is 30 x 07 feet.  The   two   other   stores    front   on  Ward street, and  their diminsions  aro 30 x 22 feet.   One of these was  recently occupied by Montgomery  & Co., and negotiations for the lease  of both these stores are now proceeding.       Upstairs    there  aro  10  rooms, and \)r. Stoddart has rented  the four front ones and  has  fitted  them up very handsomely as dental parloij- and a woik shop.     Tho  appointments of these rooms are  not to  be  surpassed  anywhere  in  the inferior.    Davis & Ward have  opened a law office  in   the block,  and Mrs. Hot ton, a millinery establishment.      Several    of tho other  rooms are already occupied by pri-  "-���i,to narties for residential purposes.  The block was designed by captain  A. E. Hodgins.  the special rates- on pulp wood  shipments to United States points  and the substitution of tho regular  tariff. This move completes the  shutting off of American pulp mills  from the Canadian raw material  supply wliich the recent legislation  tit Quebec, imposing a stum page  tax of $1.00 per cord on all pulp  wood not manufactured in the province, was intended to effect.  CIVIL CASES TO BE TRIED  Before Supreme Court.  The supreme court opens in Nelson at 11 o'clock today,'Mr. justice  Martin presiding. His lordship  arrived in the city last night from  Victoria, and is registered at the  Hotel Phair. The court is purely  civil, and the docket contains no  jury cases The list of actions entered for trial is as follows:  Alexander vs. Kaslo k Slocan  Railroad; E. V. Bodwcll, Q. C, Galliher & Wilson for plaintiff; E. P.  Davis, Q. C, and A. Whealler of  Kaslo for defendants.  Oppenheimer vs. Brackman k  Ker Milling Company, Limited;  Charles Wilson, Q. O., aud Elliot &  Lennie for plaintiff; Taylor & Hannington for defendant.  Thurston vs. Tatter<=all; Elliot  k Lennie for plaintiff; Macdonald  k Johnson for defendan t.  Bigelow vs. LaBau; Elliot &  Lennie for plaintiff; Galliher <__. Wilson for defendant.  Slocan vs. Gormcly, J. II. Bowes for  plaintiff; Galliher & AVilson for  defend en t,  Blundell vs. Muir, J. II. Bowes for  plaintiff; Galliher & Wilson for  defendant.  Jones vs. Davenport, C. W. Mc-  Ann, Q. C, Kaslo, for plaintiff; A.  Whealler, Kaslo, for defendant.  Grutchfield vs. Ilarbottle, Galliher & Wilson for plain tiff; Taylor  k Hannington for defendant.  Lawrence vs. Hall mines, action  to recover damages to jilaintiff  sustained through alleged, negli-  goiiCe of the defendants, wa. set  down for thi>_ court but will nob be  proceeded with through lack of  prosecution,  At 10 o'clock this morning Sullivan and Gannon, the confessed  burglars will bo brought before  Judge Martin for trial.  The regular sittings .open at 11  o'clock and will continue to 1 o'clock  when an adjournment for an hour  is made for lunch. The sessions  will close nightly at 5 o'clock  unless other arrangements [_are  made.        >  An Ingenious Apparatus.,  CArM- Towk, February 12.���Major  Seymour of the volunteer railway  pioneers has planned an ingenious  apparatus for transporting heavy  material over fordless rivers. It  -will be built on the principle-of-an  aerial tramway, and will be completed within a week. After that  it will be subjected to practical tests,  aud, if found to work satisfactorily,  will be sent to the front.  art, Silverton; D. MeLeod, Trail;'  F.. R._Stewart, Aranconver; E. II.  Jennings, 'Victoria; -I. .McGregor,  Greenwood; It. Fisher, Montreal;  J. McKenty, Belleville; E. Daraugh,  Pincher Creek.  At tiik AIai_I-I_nv-~J. Radcliffe,  Rossland; C. Murphy, P. M. Shan-  ley, Slocan City; R. C. Eastland,  Oregon; J. W. Anderson, Spokane:  M. C. Monahan, Spokane.  At tiik Qt-i-KNS.---BenRobertson,  Slocan City; D. A. Cameron, Ymir;  AV. P. Lock wood and wife.Bossburg;  R. Pollock, Erie; C. O. Johnson, Silver King; M. .1. O'Mearii, Rossland;  O. II. Burden, Pilot Bay;  D. McMil-  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Mr  ib  ib  ib  ��� <��&'��& ��&��Ll tmi'0^'*'tm[''m' G*'0^' t��Ll'3*i- &��**-��� 'Sr-'lSm*'' ��."  ��!_.&:-_*: _?ee e-r*: see. r*.  _, >*_  ^^^- fi* ��� fi*^ ��� fi*- fi* - fi*- fi* - fi*- fi* ��� fi*- fi* ��� fi*- fi* ��� fi*^m.^  \H  iff  iti  Hi  Hi  -_���  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  it.  %-_-__  NOVELTY  DRESS  GOODS  !*_>-___:_-_  _*  m  ��.��  m  __*  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  fcCe��>6 ��*&*:>_..__���:-_* ^t.  NEW  SPRING  GOODS  :***?P  iti  iti  iti  iff  Our Whitewear Sale being such a great success we still offer greater  reductions in all departments this coming week  o  iff  iti  iff  iQ_n_nencing  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  INCORPORATED 1670.  Just -Received  A CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  . Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages  Carrots,  Turnips  Beets  Onions  HUDSON'S BAY CO.  Telephone 13  That Cough  The first dose of our  Syrup White Pine and  Tar will relieve it-a bottle will cure it.  . For the lungs and to  build up the system take  our EMULSION of COD  LIVER OIL, large bottles 75 cents.   ���  iff  iti  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  \ti  Our buyer, Mr. Irvine, is in the east  purchasing Spring Goods, and  order to  make room we will  give our customers great  bargains  in  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  y  Canada Drug & Book Co.  NKI-SON  HALCYON WATER  IS rVO _3XIJ_3H-I-V1_3_NT-  Tho  medicinal^   v_.li.ic_   of    HALCYON  W-ATJOI- lias  boon proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Properly.  Vcinon Street   'TllOfpe <S. Co.  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Cloak, and Suit Department  Ladies' Jackets $3, former price $6  Ladies'Jackets $4, former price $7.50  Ladies' Jackets $5, former price $8  Ladies' Jackets $6, former price $10  Ladies' Jackets $8, former price $12  Tailor-made Suits from $5 to $25  Navy and Black Serge Skirts from $3 to $7  Plain  and  Fancy  Brillianteen   Skirts  from  $2 50 to $6  A few Tweed and  Fancy Plaid  Skirts at  prices to clear  Furnishing Department  New��� Spring Carpets and Draperies, Rugs  and "Mattings', Oil Cloths and Linoleums,  Lace Curtains and Window Blinds, made  and hung free of charge    *   .   '  Dress Goods Department  In order to clear this department we will  sell at less than half price lengths suitable for waists, skirts and dresses  Black Wool Crepons, and Serges in Black  and Colors, from 25c up  Henriettas in Black and colors, 30c up  Camel's Hair Chevoit suitings and Tailor-  made Suitings of all kinds  High-class Novelty Dress Goods, also Black  and Colored Silks for skirts and dresses  Don't miss this great bargain sale  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Bargains  ib  ib  ib  50 dozen Ladies' Hemstiched Handkerchiefs \if  at ,50c per dozen or 5c each \)/  Ladies' Silk Blouses and Underskirts at very ^  low nrir-AH. *f*  low prices.  1*  m  <i_  .fft  _*__" ,!_  Butterick Patterns  Send for  Fashion Sheet  *_.*����&��&>_-�������-*���  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ._>  Hi  Hi  Hi  )*  \V<.  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  Fred Irvine &Co.  -��_**._ __4_*~H__*��-��4  Mail Orders  Promptly  Attended to  ^fSC-fffttrffreSJ-k  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Postal -Receipts, Increased.  Washin'C-TON, February 12. ���A  -statement; prepaicd tit tho post  o_Ticf- department of the gross  postal receipts for January, 1000,  as compared with tho receipts for  the same month of the preceding  year, shows an unusually large per  eei-tage of increase. Tho total receipts were $4,017,01 .J1, mi increase  of $380,033 or 1.0 per cent.  Depew in His, Element,  Nkw York, February 12,���Senator Chsiuneey Depew presided over  and delivered the principal address  at the 'fourteenth annual Lincoln  dinner of the Republican club held  at Delmonico's tonight. The dinner was attended by over 300 members of the club and their guests.  HOTEL   AREIVALS.  H. D.  ASHCROFT   BLACKSMSTHING   AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon ropftlrinff promptly -.-toB-tod to by a  fli~n,o!��_<H ���wheelv.right.  Special attention Klvon to all kinds nt repajr-  li f_r and ciR-ora work fi-om mitwido point-).  Shop:  Hail tat., footworn Hnkcr and Vernon  SMOKE"J"~  ROYAY SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  l^ootenay Cigar Mfg. Go*  m-U-Ox, nicrnsH rot.u&miA  ^^.y. �������-��,.��������_-. >���__- .gj.' '*�������>��� ��� ^- 'gjj*. ��� :gg.- ^ ��� -gft- ^ ��� ;jft��j^��jgfr '-^ ��;gfr        g*. 'g,��-5^!, ��� _\ '**��� I**-j*-^'**-** >0*- fi*.fi*.fi*.fi*.fi*.j��f__\z.  'fi^T^T^i^.^^Sfi-fi*'fi*-fi*-fi*^fi*-fi*-fi*'fi**fi*_'fi*-fi*        ^'^-*^'>^-^?>>^''^��>m^-'^'^r'^S!'*^'^-^'^*'^&k  Lethbridge Gait Goa  The l-Git. -..line for the money in the rnaikct  for Jill IHIl IJOoCh 1  tlkms rv__.ii      W. P. Ti'-UN-.v, Geneial Agent  Telephone H7.    Ollloe with C. D. J. (Jhri_UC.  Ian, Greemvood; Mif-s AVilson, Vancouver; W. A. Hamilton, Moyie.  At tiik Guano Cknthai-.���F. A.  Williams, Shellbotirne, Out.;.J. Bell,  Dmidalk, Onfc.;-T. B Rend and wife,  Whatcom; D. McDonald, Rossland;  G. T.Arlhur. Kaslo; G. Baker.Kaslo;  J). Staper, Cascade; J. Miller, Athabasca; F. li. TCnos, Spokane; G.Brew-  sfcer, Greenwood; J. Ij. Chase, Green  wood; D. Sloan, T. Sloan, Slocan  City; P. II. Rhodes, Slocan City;  Mrs. \V_ C. (iti.it/_cll, Greenwood: F.  W, Grey, Toronto; T.L. Kimiorsley,  Toronto; A. Iloyt, New York: .1.  Oppenheimer, New York; J. Jones,  New York.  BUSINESS  "MENTION.  Wanted���In  Nelson, a house of  foiiror Iho i-i-omn. hiluiitcciinveiiii'nt to hdiool.  I'd.onotiooxeei,.! ^S'X). Apply to John Hon,-  (on, Nolson.  Boys .ind  girls wanted  to strip  liilmcco ui Kootenai Clyav ('oii-paiiy's faotory,  W <'��inti. per day nnd nil over tlsut the) win em n.  The Nelson  __ -^ :y^i- ��� ���--  Amerieans Cannot (Jet Pulp.  MontreaI-,  Tf'ebrrary   12.��� The  Grand Trunk today issued a circular announcing the abolition  of  At Tin-- Phair,���J. II. Gray, A.  Whealcr. G. Alexander, It. Crow,  Kaslo; P. Massey, Chicago; II. P.  Kirkpatrick, Rossland: A. D.  Wheeler, A. G. Wheeler, Arms-  worth; F. Satidilauds, Sandon; W, j  G. Mackenzie, Vancouver; J. Dau-  gall, Nakusp; Mr. .Jtistire Martin,  Victoria.  At tjik IIifmr,��� G. II. Bishops,  New Haven; Charles AV. Busk,  Kokanee Creek; \V. ��?. Johnson and  wife, Slocan City; A. W. Smith,  St. Tredine; K. L. Tliomas, Winnipeg; W. D. McGregor, Slocan; Fred  P. Wilson, Vancouver;   N. J. Stew-  W. Starmer Stt\\th it CoB  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Waul Street Opposite Opera Honso  Haul Ceil  Anthracite  GREAT REDUCTION  S9.65 j^r'sNci,fc   S6.15  DELIVERED  Trt.hl'IIONK  33  G. W. West & Go.  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON, n. 0.  A hoanling and day school court.icicd bj-tlio  Sisieisof St. Joseph of Fence. It is situated afc  the coi nor of alill mid Josephino htreoLsinoneof  the beBt icsidonlial portions of XcNon, arid is  easily aeeessihle fiom all parts of the city.  The couiso of study inoliulob the fundamental  and higher br.tncliCH of thorotisn Knglish cduciv-  timi- l.usaiess coin _e���bookkcopii-K. stonog-  i.iphy.ind tjpownling. Science course���mumc;  vocal and, inhtrumenUI, dialing, etc. PUiii ait  and needles ork, etc.  Kor tcrnih and particulars apply to the bister  Superior.  'Ill open her  Kindergarten and  miiMry school in  THJG KNULISII  CHURCn school  i ooin on tho 2nd of January, 1000. Koi tcru.h and  all particulars apply to MISS J?AT,_.IER,  At roaidonco of Mrs. J. R. RoberUon, Baker  SI reet Went.  THREE NIGHTS  A -\.<'-'l- spent at tho Xelson Business College will make a Jlool.keeper or Mioit-  li.ind  .uilei of jou befole spung. Tij it.  Vicloi'la  btieel  NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE  saw ana rlamng  Mills, Limited.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Localand  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  BooH Binding  _AND  BooK Making  in  The Tribune has a ihorouHi  !y equipped  Book  Binder)1  connection with its job printing- department.    Ail kinds of  _  books manufactured to order,  and any kind of binding, or  rebinding* done on short notice   BURNS BLOCK  Kootenay   Colfee   Co.  NELSON, B, C.  OofFpo roasters and dealers in Tea and CofT-'P.  Oiler froah roasted coffee of beat quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound. $   10  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds     I 00  Pine Santos, 4 pounds , ���   100  Santos Blend, 5 pounds ,,. 1 CO  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Boast, 6 pounds  1 00  ���,-. ,���_,.��� ������      _. ���      _,,.      ���    ��� ,       ^      A trial order solicltwl.   Salchrooni 2 doors easfc  Office and Mills comer Hall atifl JFrsnS SfavcRr, NelSoiflJJ of Oddfellows block, Webt Bakt>r HUcet. I..V.  m  m.  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON^ B. 0., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1900  BANK OP MONTREAL  CAPITAL,  REST    all paid up.. $12,000,000       6,000,000  __n.il Sln.lhi.ona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. (<eoi'{_;e A. Dniiiiniond Vice-1'resident  K. S. (Houston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  North west.  Corner Baker and  Stanley .Streets  Branches in London (England) Nkw Yokic,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atli'u, B. C��� and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Buy und sell Sterling Kxchungo and Cablo  Transfer.".  -���rant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part, of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Ktc.  Saving's Bank Branch  (HIKItl-N'T K.VTI- OK  INTHKICST I>A1I..  BLACK   JACK   IS   GAMBLING.  .���il-  -���/���  Vancouver Province.  The full court'has'uflirmed the  decision of Mr. justice Irving-in the  gambling case of Rcgiiia vs. Petrie,  giving jtulgment against the defendant.  The judgment of chief justice _._...-  Goll is very brief. His lordship do-  linos ti common gambling house according to the code, and refers to  the slight advantage the banker  has in a, game of black jack, and  states that this is just what is forbidden in the code. Tho chief justice concludes his judgment as  follows:  "It was urged that the persons  aimed at are only those who are  bankers by some arrangement outside the game, but 'these'are provided for. by. the-'.clause preceding  the one under discussion. That  clause relates to a house in which a  bank is kept by one or more of the  players exclusive of the others.  The language of the particular  clause in question has not any settled technical meaning nor is it of  any uncertain import, and therefore applying to it the rule applicable to the construction of the code  as stated by lotd llerachell: 'To examine the language of the statute  and ask what.is its natural- meaning,' 1 have no doubt the conviction  ought to be ai.irmed."  Mr. justice Drake's decision,  which is of greater length is as  follows:  "The defendant was com ictcd of  keeping a common gaming house.  Theie is no evidence that the defendant kept the room for gain and  this part of the case %\ as abandoned." The code, by '.action 10(5, sub.  (b), defines a common gaming house  *a& a place kept or used for playing  games of chance, or <���_ mived game  of chance and skill, in which a bank  is kept: or any game played not  alike fa\orab!e to all the players,  aud in wliich a banker manages tho  game.  "The game played in the defendant'', room, to which the public were  admitted indiscriminately, was called black jack.  "From tlio above description  black jack is in my opinion a game  of chance, and the dealer, or manager of the game, i - n banker I'or the  time being. The defendant .idmitte'd  that there was an advantage in  having the deal."  The game of ljlt.ck j.ick is then  deseiibcd in full, and ftom justice  Drake's description black jack is  identical with the well known and  much more "innocent" game of "21  or bust," aud very similar to the  game of baccarat made popular-by  the ptince of Wales. Mr. jir_tir_*  Drake referred to the similarity be-  twoen baccarat and black jack and  continued :  "Baccarat it. declared unlawful in  tho case of Jenks vs. Turpin. In  ljla,ek jack it is true the deaT'iiiay  pass very speedily, but the dealer  while in that position falls within  tho language of the code bearing on  the case.  "Under the code the room Occupied by the defendant becomes a  common gaming house, because it i.s  a place used or kept for playing  therein at a game of mixed chance  or skill, in which tho players stake,  play, or bet against the manager of  the game and in "my opinion the  conviction should be affirmed."  Mr, justice Martin concurs in coii-  firmuig the conviction. .  '  and now lies buried iu the rose garden near the Royal hospital, Dublin, honored in death as in life.  Vonolel recalls, in many ways, the  still more famous Copenhagen, tho  splendid little chestnut which carried tho "Iron Duke" i'or eighteen  hours on the day of Waterloo.  Copenhagen was a spirited thoroughbred from Denmark, who carried his master safely through all  the dangers of tho Peninsular war.  When, his fighting days were over  he was sent to "Strathfieldsaye,"  the duke's beautiful seat in Berkshire, and there he spent his last  years in dignified comfort.  Like his'master, however, lie paid  souk) of the penalties , of fame.  Thousands of his admirers went to  see him in his paddocks, and pestered lil 111 so much with their attentions (which took the unpleasant  form of cutting "locks" from his  mane and tail) that the duke was  compelled to put him in an iron  cage, where his peace was assured.  His funeral, was attended by a large  crowd of his admirers, and an imposing tombstone marks his last  resting place.  An almost equally famous charger, Napoleon's Marengo, which Avas  found wandering riderless on the  field of Waterloo after his master's  flight, ended his days in England.  He came into tho hands of an Eng-.  lish general, who made his last  years of comfort; if not of absolute  luxury.  In the library of the Soldiers'  Home, Virginia, may be seen Stonewall Jackson's famous horse, Sorrel,  looking under his glass case as  spirited and life like as when lie  bore his master through the smoke  and lead-hail of battlefields. Sorrel  took, part in ten of the most terrible  battles of the Civil War, and survived until thirteen years ago,  Avhen he died of extreme old age.  The end of Traveller, general  Robert R. Lee's historic charger  .\ as tragic. " Ti aveller Jiad survived  a scoic of battles from which he had  emerged unscathed ; he had followed his brave master's body to the  giitvo, only to -die a few-months  later from lock-jaw, induced by a  nail which had entered his foot  while peacefully grazing in his paddock.  General Pifc/.hugh Lee's thoroughbred mare, Nellie Gray, the most  beautiful horse in the Confederate  army, fell in the thickest of the  fighting at tho battle of'Winchester ; while general Sheridan's black  wai-hoiso, Ricnzi, survived all the  penis of war until 1S70, and his  body ib mounted in the museum of  Governor's Island, in New York bay.  The favc rite chargeis of general  Giant and Washington snivived to  honored old iige, and died lamented  by many be=ide their masters.  It must not, however, be assumed  that it is the fate of all famous  war-horses to live thus to days of  iclircment and dignity. Very  m..ny fall iu battle, as a brave horse  would wish to die; and fora few,  hit PPJIy .(V .^\^jJ*iJs.'lPllli.I_9U&..i!_ild_  i-iFmerited f__te~is reserved.  and says the girl is able in-some  way to manifest to her, but to her  alone, her wants. To all .-purposes  she is asleep, however. Her breathing is even so light as to be almost  imnotieeable, but by listening to  her left ear one can hear the pulsation of the blood through her body.  She is propped up against the pillows all the time. To lie upon her  back or side seems to cause her unspeakable agony. Smells and hissing noises also distress her.  Last year she was awakened forcibly by the application to her spine  of brushes, the bristles of which  consisted of needles, the points of  which were brought to a white  heat, but this year it was thought  better to let her awaken naturally  if she could, and her mother absolutely refused any artificial means  to bring her to, saying:" God, who  has put her asleep, will awaken her  in His own good time."  Theffamily are French-Canadian  and   well-to-do,  and   her   mother,  father  and  two  other  children, a  young man and woman, are strong  arid   exceptionally   healthy.     The  "sleeping girl" is 21 years  old  and,  though never strong,- has been -very  healthy since she. was about 10; but  always very  religious.    When  she  was five she was troubled with soft1  euing of the bones, and as the doctors did: not seem  to do her any  good her mother took her on pilr  grimages for three successive years  to St. Anne  de  Beaupre down, the  river, the Lourdes of.America.   On  the occasion of the third trip she  was miraculously' cured, and since  that time has never suffered from,  any malady till her first sleep be-  Sau- .  Her bed is put in  the  parlor  of  the Rbcli home. Visitors feel instinctively as if they Avere in' the  presence of the dead. Conversation  is immediately subdued, heads are  bowed and women kneel. This is  the first impression, but it is quickly  followed by tlio  thought that  the  RS(?)  # Well, rather. We received an entire car,  2: (1300) of chairs last Tuesday, containing  H fancy diners (in suits or  otherwise), fancy  # rockers in cobbler seat or wood, cheaper  Il dining chairs finished in golden oak and  H cheaper ones still suitable for either dining  II room: or kitchen. There are a few office tilt-  1| ers in the lot. So you can'tstick us on  H chairs, either in design, quantity or price.  W. P. DIOKSON  H. H. APPLHWHAITH  J. McPHBH  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Hlectrlo Equipments for Blectrlo Power Transmission and Lighting for  Jflinea, Town8-Blectrlo Fixtures,' l__amps.;Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Hto.  P. O. Box 606. _ Josephine Btreet. Nelson, B. O.  A Big Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  AI/WAYS  COOL  The best glass of beer to bo had in Nelson Is at  THK CI_UJ_ HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Here's Bargains  HP'S SUITS  Wc have about 2.5 Suits of good sen iceablo  tweeds, odds and ones of om $111 and $12swt-., all  sizes aie in the lot.   Take your choice foi ��7.50.  Boy's suits,-'.v arm and nice, cxtia good for little price.  underwear at special low price., i  Riigams in men's and bOyS cap?, socks and  ties.   Quality good���prices low.  gii'l might have been bodily stolen  from, a waxwork museum,-. and not  look-a bit different..,;Her ,skiii has.  asort of a yellowish -f'tint, but she  does not look particularly thin.  The strange malady of this young  woman attracts large numbers. The  doctors stale that she may lhre for  a year yet, as her weakness increases only very slowly, but that  an; unforeseen change in her condition may kill her at: once. Since  she asked for cider on the Oth day  of January she has not spoken, and  with that exception she has now  been asleep longer than  last year.  PEELING   Iff  BASUTOLAND.  Baker Street,  Opposite Queen's Hotel.  BROWN & CO,  CUT PRICES IS THE  THE   SLEEPING   GIRL.  FAMOUS   WAR   HORSES.  Few horses have beoii more honored and admired than Vonolel, the  beautiful little gray Arab1 wliich  carried lord Robertson the marvellous inarch from Cabul to Candaliar,  and which boie its master so proudly in tho last jubilee procession.  Vonolel came in for a large share-of  the honors distributed at the close  of (he Afghan campaign.  The queen herself gave him the  Cabul medal with four clasps, and  the bronze Gandahar star, which  lord Roberts proudly hung around  his neck; and, later, he received  from the queen the coveted jubilee  medal. He was also made immortal  in the equestrian statue of his master by Mr. Bates, A. It. A.  Vonolel survived his battles and  adulation   for twenty-nine years,  Sleeping her life away, Eva Koch,  the famous French-Canadian "sleeping giil," is watched aiid adored by  hundreds of people daily. They  look upon her as a sort of saint, and  the very fact that the commencement of both her long sleeps came  just before Christmas, in addition  to the fact tluit she always-has led  a most austere life, and that when  she was very young she was relieved from a most severe and pttinful  .illness by our Lady St. Anno _of  Be-inpre, are respon-rtblo'for this,  . Last year, she slept continuously  for twenty-eight days. This year,  she fell as-lcepiagain just as the vesper bells began-to ring on Christmas eve, and remained continuously asleep for fourteen days. - A  hemorrhage awoke lier then. She  called her mother iu an almost inaudible voice, asked for a drink of  cider, and'fell again into a lethargy,  from which she has not awakened  siuce, and from which the doctors  say she will in all probability never  awaken. The doctors for that matter have given her up, aud say they  can do nothing for her. Her internal organs are simply played out,  and she is bound to gradually die,  like a candle which is slowly burning down. They feed her a tea-  spoonful of cold water aud another  of soup every day. and that is all  the sustenance she gets. The priest  visits her frequently, and the last  sacrament of the dead has been  given to her several times. Her  mother is laboring under the hallucination that she is not asleep now,  ORDER OF THK DAY  And I want to be in it.  I have just received  ���e-  to  Fall wimples of Suitings and Overcoatings, repre  sen ting a $50,000 stock to choose from made  jour order at pi Ices never before heard of In Nel-  Bon. All the latest fads in Fancy VcstkiRS for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring: in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms land 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  a  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES AlAD-C GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.  MERCHANT TAILOR  A. E. BARROW, A_M.I.C_��  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria' and Kootenay Street...  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Ru'-ch, Fancy Evergreens,  Magnolns, liulbs, ucv.'cro]i J��avvn Grans .Seed for  present, or spriiif? planting. Ijargcht und mu-.t  eoinplclo slock in Western ('amul;.. Cull and  make your ..elect ions or send fur ci-_.ilo_4.tie, Ad-  (Irons ut iiiirsury ground1! nnd greenhouse.  Al. J. HENRY.  300fi Westminster Road, Vancouver, 11. C.  Gity of Nelson Local Board of Meall-i  VACCINATION   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given iiml it is the duty of the  parentsof every child lo caiim* such child within  tliiec months of its birth to be taken to Mine  medical practitioner, duty appointed or authorized under the rc_j.uI.-tioris of the provincial board  of health, for llio purpose of heing vaccinated.  Notice ii also given ilint from and after the  fifteenth clay of Kobr.in.ry instant, no child will  ho allowed lo attend any public or private school  iu the City of Nelson, unless such child shall produce lo tbe principal or teacher of the school a  ecrUfleu-C showing Unit the child has been successfully vaccinated.  A physician will be in attendance at the public  schools daily, from 3 o'clock p. in. until I o'clock  p. in., for the purpose of vaccinating children.  Every child presenting itself for vaccination  should he accompanied by one of its parents.  Children where parents are unable to pay the  vaccinal ion fee payable to the medical practitioner, will be vaccinated free of charge on application to the physicians attending at the public  iviiools, or to Dr. LaUau the city medical health  oflieer.   By order.  J. K. STRACHAN, Secretary.  Nelson, B. t\, February 7th, 1900.  NOTICE.  Notice H hereby given that I intend to apply at  the next meet iiiK of Ihe Board of License com  nli.ssioners for the Gity of Nelson, held after the  expiration of thirty days from the date hereof,  for a trnni-fpr of the .saloon license now held by  me. dated the L.thduy of Jttnunry, _<_��., for tho  llodcga saloon, Hituate on the east half of lot, 9  block 1, Nelson, li. C, to \V, G. Robin _on of Nelson, H. C.  1 Cape Aigns.  The" latest news reaching  Mata-  tiele, East Griqualand, from  Btisu-  toland, under  date December 15th,  is  that  the  natives  remain  quiet,  and well disposed to listen  and adhere to the advice given to them by-  sir Godfrey Langden and the magistrates  in the several districts.    At  the same time, it is a matter of common   knowledge   that,  while   the  country is, practically, hermetically  sealed against the entryof FreeSfcate  Boers.aconsiderablenumberofBasu-  'tos passoyer the border into the Free  State, and, it'is said, are engaged in  reaping  the over-ripe crops.    The  Boers also, both  colonial and Free  State, have commandeered several  hundreds of "loose" Kaffirs  to perform this work, not only across the  Orange river, but in colonial districts wliich have earned the unenviable   claim    to    be   disaffected  towaids   the British   government.  However,   this    is    a    proceeding  which cannot very well be stopped,  but thoae venturesome natives who  have wandered afar from the safety  of their kraals have been given emphatically to understand that thoy  do so at their own  risk  and  peril.  This   deliverance comes   not only  from.the, British resident and his  subordinate officials, buib from Lero-  thocli.ahd other chiefs.  I have gleaned a few facts con-;  cerninginternaldissensions.is Basu-  tolaud which, so far as I am aware,  have not hitherto been published  in concrete form, and which may  prove interesting to your readers  at the present time.  The dispute between   Jonathan  and Joel, two of the Basuto chiefs^  is of long standing, and the details  are not without interest.     Molapo  was   succeeded,   on  his  death  by  Jonathan,  but   Molapo's    rightful  heir, according to the native law of  succession,  was ���Motsueni, who has  a   small following of reckless and  lawless Basutos���the scourge of the  country.    Motsueni being  declared  ineligible   for    tiie   chieftainship,  Jonathan      was     formally      appointed   by   Molapo    liis   successor, being' a younger brother of the  first-named.   Thoze was a division  iu the council, however,  many of  tiie   older   men   objecting to   the  elevation of a younger son of Molapo,   and   maintaining   that   the  selection should fall upon Joel,  as  the eldest son of the second wife;  but Molapo adhered to his choice  with   determination   even    when  struggling with the throco of death.  Then   came   the   memorable Gun  War., or tlio Sprigg Disarmament  War, in which  Jonathan, knowing  on which side his broad was buttered,   remained   strictly  loyal to  Bz-itish authority;and, sure enough,  when the hostilities terminated, as  a reward for  his  fidelity, his sue  cession to Molapo was confirmed by  the imperial government, and theie  were murmurs and threats, as of an  angry sea, in the kraals of Joel.    It  should be stated that Joel had sided  with the anti-Sprigg Basutos during  the   Disarmament   war, and with  un filial        ingratitude,       included  amongst his acts of spoliation the  burning down of his own father's  kraal at Leribe.   There was therefore no chance for this unregenerate  son   of Masupha   (by   the   second  wife) and when  the  ground was  parcelled out,   the loyal Jonathan  was given the enjoyment of expansive   acres    amounting   to   many  English counties, while Joel had to  be content with a strip of country  no bigger than Middlesex, and, of  course, not nearly so rich !     Hence  these   tears   and   heart-burnings.  Squabbling has gone on ever since  the unequal but just apportionment  of the vineyard, aud it is alleged  thatJoel, as the discontented and  truculent person in the drama���the  person  with a grievance���has been  listening to the* voice of Free State  charmers, having sezit many flocks  and herds into the republic as a  proof' of-'his confidence. Scandalous  rumor has gone even farther, aud  affirzned that Jonathan has threat-,  ened to invade the Fz-ee State with  the object of 'capturing Joel stock;  and    one   valiant   warrior of  the  O.F.S., named commandant Fick, is  somewhat   curiously mixed  up  in  these    inter-territorial    communications.    Perhaps, the true inwardness of the  negotiations between  Basuto Chiefs and'Republican Boers  will be discovered some day, but in  the meantime Lerothodi, it cannot  be denied, continues to exercise all  his power in favor of neutrality or  quiescence on the part of his nation.  available for dividends is $0,408,687.  After the payment of all dividends  declared, the surplus for the year  carried forward is ,$2,203,84 7.  CHRISTMAS   AT   BELMONT.  I-espectfuIly dedicated to the regimental Quartermaster by "Mitglolre Lafnimboi.se."  On dit. dat is Crceaunees day!  Ala foi! it seem to me  To be more like Saint Jean Batecse,  She whs so hoi, you see.  De Gouvreinentnlie'i. feed us fine'  Oh ! ycK, I don't t'ink so;  One xniall cheeken moriK tirtccn men.  How you lak dat, uion Joe I  De fruit she's libra), too, also,  If every compazine  Would give hees fruit to one small boj  She's maybe got plentec.        n  Dere's one good ting dat we was get.  And dats do plum piidccn:  Tanks for dat precious lectio bite,  We geove our gracious Queen.  At four o'clock dey cry "full in.,"  To get your Cricesmecs beer.  And so wo bring our pannikin,  Doro'.s no one missing here.  J us one small pint, dat'.s nil you get,  For feur you get en fele ;  To-night you'll get a cIiikh o' ruin,  Kef you can all walk straight.  So pretty soon we go to bed.  And dreaniof "Boup uu pois," ,  And hope next C'reesniees day we spend  Will bo in Canaduw.  Big 0. P. R..:Dividends.  Montreal,   February    12. ��� At  a meeting of the * directors of the  Canadian Pacific -Railway. Company  today,-theusual half-yearly dividend  of -two per cent on the preference  stock was-declared.   A dividend of  three per cent was also declared on  the ordinary stock* making with the  dividend already paid, fi ve per cent  for,the past year.     The results for  the  year   were':      Gross  earnings  $29,230,000, working expenses $10,-  990,872,  net  earnings    $12,230,105.  Income from other sources $1,150,-  198.     Total nefrincomo $13,380,304,  less amount applied against ocean  steamships    $155,000,     less    fixed  charges including inteiest  on land  bonds $0,810,070.   The net revenue  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  A.  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD & CO.-Corncr Vernon and  Josephine streets, wholesale grocers ami  jobbers inblankets, gloves, mit ts. bouts, rubbeis,  mackinaws and minora'sundries.       -_:.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  ..       '   "   ���''-.���"���   .���:��� ������  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  "    son, wholesale grocers.       - . - -;���,'..  COAL.  CROW'S  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  VVholesale dealers in coal and coke. Clnules  St. Bi.rbe. Agent. Baker street, Nelson.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HB YEIIS & CO.���Corner Baker arid Josephine  ���   streets, Nolson, wholesale dealers in hardware and  mining  Powder Co.  supplies.    Agentsfor7 Giant  LAWRENCE HARD WAKE rcOMPANY���  Baker St., Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, .and water and  plumbers'supplies. ' :C  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hard ware and mining supplies, pluni-  hcrs and tinsmiths'supplies.   CRATED AND MINERAL V/ATERS.  THORPE & CO , LIMITEJX-Corner Vernon  and Cedai stieet*., Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholosalodealers in icrated waters aud  fiuit sirups. Solo agentsfor If ale} on Spnngs  mineral water.      ���>   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker "and  ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, w hole sale de.il-  ers in afisayors supplies. Agents Ifor Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, HEETON & CO.���Cornel Vernon  and Josephine streets* Nelson, whole__ilo  dealers in liquors, cigars and drj goods. AgcnU  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and CaU  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker bticet,  ��   wholesalo    dealers   in   liquors,  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY .ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO ?!  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Dated this 7th day of February, 1300.  Witness;  H. V, A_A��...ko&.     R, E. 3}  SMITH,  (Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition  '  REAL ESTATE; ���  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west, n    I ftj. _L  lias^.^ _ Baker Street  Gharies D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  P. O. Box 523.   Phone..: Office 147, House 1��2  Can again issue tho^e dcsiiable '���mallpox and  fever policies shewing von $15 per week. A  shipment just received.   Piiccs&fand $4.  REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS  OF THE CITY.  O_A.Il.r- 6-R ^-EiO-TsTE  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  . " Ioo.il and conft.  Flooring   ;  local and coast.     " ���  Newel Posts  Stair Bail ,  Mouldings^   ,   ;  Shingles .  Rough and    ,  Dressed Lumber  ; of all kinds,  IS" WHAT VOU  WAST JS NOT I.V STOCK  -     ,       -VK  WIl.I. .MAKK IT KOH VOU  CALL AND GET PKICKS,  ?2L to_331 Baker Street, Nelson.  quk^Wel  BAKER STEEKT. NKLSON.  Lighted by Electricity and  ed with Hot Air.  Heat-  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  flrat-cl-U-B  alnlnK room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  .Nelson,  ,    Oijf.irs,  cement, tlio buck and (lie clay, .vi.t_>! pipe and  hteel rails, and Kcneial coin mission mei chants.  FLOUR AND FEED.      "    .  BRACK-MAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay nnd Kraln.  Mills .it Edmonton, Viclona, and New West  minster. , -  ~ CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.--Couier Baker and Hall utrect-K. Nelson, manufacturers of "Rojal Seal" and "Kooto  nay Hollo ' bi.tnds of cigars.   PAINTS   AND   OILS.  TOTEI-SON IIARI-WARE  COM PAN Y-B.-l.or  J-*   Street���"WhoU'saio  and   brushes  Kootonay.  dealeis in paints, oils,  of all kinds.    Largest stock iu  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.-IUker   sheet.   Nelson,  wholobiile dealers in fresh and cured meats,  Cold storage.  P.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COM PA NY-Raker  Strce, Nelson, manufacture1 n of djn.imlu>,  sporting, .stumping und black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in cups and fuse, and oleclno  blasting apparatus  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  P ARSONS-PRODUCE COM PA NY-Vernon  Biiect, NoKon, wholesale dealers in provisions, produce, and fiuits. Age'its for Swift &  Co. bacon and hams. *  J Y. ORIEF1N & CO.-Cornor Vernon and  " ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, w hoiesale dealerd  in provisions, cured meals, butler and eggs.   RATES $2 PER DAY  UAhh AN!.  T.AKK BTHEKTS, NKf__O.V  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WKLL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  baud, also a full lino of Bash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard!   Foot of Hondryx street), Nolson  Telephone,  �� John Rae, Agent  W|rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  -.at., oj-' tiij: i<(>y.tr. ik  Madden House  -.ATI. OJ-' tiij: nov.tr. IIOTKr.. cawakv  Raker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  < The only, hotel In Nelson thai) has remained  Under one miiiiaf;oinontsitico 1HS0.  Tho bed-rooms aro well furnished and lighted  by electricity. > ,  The bar is always stocked'by tho boat domoa-  tlo and imported liquors and cigars.  ,,    THOMAS MXDDBN. Proprietor. .  B. C. HOTEL   erie,  B. C,  Kiwi-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquor', and cigars. Jh,very comfort for transient  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN,  JOSKPH CAMPliKLL, Proprietor.  R7RWTER_m"&cd.  M.KWKllS A..D BOTTI.EKS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Nelson  SAWMILL   FOB   SALE.  The sawmill and plant laicly owned by Joseph  T. Ruberls, at UykertV Lauding, nnd coiixistinK  of k 3C��-hor_,e powei boiler, cuttiue, Griffith &  Wedge top-riK sawmill,, edgur, planer, bcllinif.  etc:., etc, will bo sttld vvheio they now hUmd-  Aliply to  TAYLOR &. HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  FR. STKWAltT & CO.~Warchou._cs on C. P.  ��� It. track, foot of Stanley sticet. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce inmi  flints. Cold NtontK>'> AkciiI. Aunour & Co.'d  bacon, harn-i.lai'd and other products, t____  MANiTGIJA PRODUCK AND COMMISSION  CC.LUl. ��� NolhOti   branch.   Hall   street,  Wholesalo dci-lei-) In butter, vgtts and ohece.   SASH AND DOORS."  NKLSON SAW AND PLANINO MILLS  LIMIT-CI--Corner Front, and Hall street-,,  Nelson, manufacturers of and whulehalu dcalun.  in sash and doors;allklnds uf factory work Hindu  to order.  __^   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA VINE COMPANY. LIMITED���C'ornor Front and Hall strocU), Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines {cane and bulk)  and dninRutin anrtliimortpd cltrars.   THWART  _fc CARRIE-Arehl-Ocls.   Roomo 7  ���*-���   and H Aberflm-n block. Haker Htrt-et. Nnlnon.  LOBGB   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nolson LodifC, No  25   ICniffhtflnf Pvthiiu innntji In  L 0. O. V  S, Kuielits of Pythia-s, moots In  Baker and Kootenay sire  visiting K-iighU  Hall, corner"ttaker_ and Kootonajr Ktreet^r every  Tuo-Klay ovoning at 8 o'clock,  cordially invited to attend  R. O. JOY. K. of R. fe S.  LEONARD SCOTT, C. C  NELSON LODGE. NO, 23, A. Jf. & A. M.  Meets second Wodnesday.fD each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  NELSON I* O. L. No. II5H2, nicetsln I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd  Friday  of  each  month.   Visiting;  brofhem cordially invited.  It- Roni-.>o.v. W.M.  ^V. Cl.,vwF,0[{i>,_Rcc.;Sec.  NEI-SON MIUK, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday inoach month  in Fraternity Hall.  VIsiMnft brethren welcome.  W. Uos.nki.i., Prosideut.  Chari.i-_i PRossi:n, Secretary  ELSON MINEIiS' UNION NO. l��, W. V. ot  I-L���Meet-i In miner.-' union rooms, north'  east corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  ���Salurday oveniiix at 8 o'ciock. Vihiting nieiu-  hcrs welcomo.  Jamf1. Wilkks. Pcc'y.    Cua*. A. MoKav, Pros.  THK regular niectinio. of tho Carpenters' Union  are held on Wcano-Jlny evening of each  vvet>k, nt 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union ball corner Victoria and Kootonay streets.  ��� R. ROIHNSON  PresidenU  JAMES COLLINU, S__-crot__ry,  rfw.i'��^Vf^��S^^^��K"_s-;i  %_&W^^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. "C, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1900  JUSm  RECEIVED  JL  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  BATH   TOOTH    NAIL   HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Fall and Winter  Boots and Shoes in all the latest styles  and direct from the manufacturers  Dont fail to see our stock suitable for this winter  Maltese Cross Rubbers at]d Overshoes  Buy Maltese and get the best  \  J. A. GILKER  213-2.5~BAKER STREET  NELSON  :_��,_* "�����? 1%��y *��*��' Qw ��%��&' ^(s sSSh' sy��' & "sS^' 'i's' w' ���>  After  Stocktaking  A  ft  w  ii  II  before goin.. l'.nit lo  buy goods for the coming year, I A\i->h to tin-  noiince that all goods  purchase.] from me thi&  month I will give a reduction of 10 per cent  with engraving done  free of charge.  In Watches, Jewelry,  Silverware, Sterling Silver, Decorated Lamp1-,  Sewing Machines, and  Pianos. All -goods of  guaranteed quality.  Our manufacturing  department is at yoni\  disposal. We are ready  to make anything you  desire in gold chains,  lockets and rings.  Our Watch Department has-cxpert watchmakers. Onr Optician  Department is controlled by an expei t optician. I will be  glad to receive  . orders.  ($  m  #i_  very  your  'Silver Plate that Wears."  Whe;ou Bay Spoons  knives, forks, etc., buy reliable brands,  even if they do cost a little more. They  are woilh the difTeicuce. The prefix  "1847" on any spoon or fork insures the  genuine llogers quality, famous for -wear.  rull tr-uk-murk,  1847 Rogers Bros.  J^COB  DOVER,  JEWELEf?,  NECSOJI  !.f.##@i!$��f..@,  Owing* to the War  And good time! KOnpralli^low-n K.WI, all _.ood*> have .ulv.inced from 10 to  JO pcrxent, and having lniulo Diir spring piucliasus  Before the Advance  Our prices will be n-. low as c-cr, nml wc advise out cus'oinf'rs lo buy  now 'i.l-ile our slock is complete. Pi ice, .ire sure to lie higher* Liter on.  Tliu bulk of our S'litiK _;go.U Ate huso now, .ind we oilerspecial Ihiigains  mii all lines.  Dtesh Goods from i.��a up,  r.l.ick Uiej'ons ul Si .a., $\,30 .mil $2.  Xe\. ilcMgns nt Punti .tl So, 10o, I'lo ami I._e.   All fu-,1 colors.  W-iiiUMMLlto goads ,il lOo l2[o surd I it.  Dies. i-kiiLs in ul wl. lublic, hCi);c> -Hid ciepons, fioru ��3 to ��10.  A fev,  l..irlies'SiJk Shu! W".n-li. to < lear, nl $-(.:<).  These were icRiilir  $,'i good-,  n-uiliel Shut WgisU .it gl.">, lcjjuliir ��.'i roo<1..  j�� Our Overshoe Sale  ~m  Is still <ui, .mil .ittlic <-c.i-.o_. isl.Ue wonicotl'aung I hem at s-Uuglitcrfmoe..  Ileiemo si, few pi ices, l.idies* Aluslt i,. nl ._><;.; l.ulius' button oterolioes  aL$l,*>U; men'i. 1)t__,kl<_ overshoe1., ill il it): lumlicimen's rulibcw, .il $1 X,  $1 7. ami ?_��(it>.  vaaaot PA.orv.  liAKI'.U HI ill'.KT  A. FERLAND & CO.  P. Burns & Co  Read Office a?  NEtSON, B. C.  oLesaie and Retail  ers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Tlosslsmd, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New*  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND IlKTATI.  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson g#   Qq   TRAVES,   Manager  .ORDERS BY MAIL REJOK1VK CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTKNTTON.  ttention  To the New Grocery  Joicphlnc find Silica Streets,  opposite MetUodiHt Church  I'rrsh Oninrio Creitmei y Doinin-  lon (.']e.imorj and CookuiK ,{"t-  ler. Kiesli li-Klis. Home Mmle  MinciiKMl. A >..-iicl- of C.in-  iictl Goods, nnd o.or,. Iti-ntf uhii  ally kept in.igioter) htoie. We  want your liade. Goods deliv-  eicdpro-'ijilly.  PATTON & ENMAN  >  CITY LOCAL^ NEWS  Forty-five pair.-, of leggings for  tho Nelson l-ido company have  been received and will be issued to  the members \o\\ Thursday night  at the tegular cliill. The legging.,  are of tan h>alhi>r (o match the  belts and idle fcling^ now in imo.  They come almost to Ihe knee and  are fastened by an ingenious arrangement of loop^.  His honor judge Forin left last  iiight for Fort Steele where he will  hold court.  Goshill, (he ^inlander who has  been held by the police for several  day&, wa. discharged thi-. moining.  A charge of assault made by Goshill against a bartender at the Club  named Greenles*- was dismissed.  The members of the Tamblyn  and Rae rinks left for Hossland last  evening to take pat t iu the bonspiel which opens today. The  Tamblyn link is made up of Messrs  Stanley, T. Fox, .J. II. Wallace and  F. A. Tamblyn, and the Itae rink of  D. Porter, Thomas Lillie, Alex.  Carrie and .John line. The two  rinks' are entered in the grand  challenge, Walkerville ami all  comers contests. The Rae link is  also entered for the Hudson Bay  Company's trophy.and the Tamblyn  link for the Tuckett trophy, while  a combination from the two links  will be made up for the Parsons  Produce Company's trophy.  Provincial constable Wilson of  Creston has brought in a man named N. W. Smith to the provincial  jail, sentenced for three mouths for  indecent exposure of the person by  justice of the peace Mallandaiue.  John Elliot returned from California on Sunday evening, after an  absence of about three months. ^ Jfo  is now sound and fit.  F. J. Bradley & Co. have decided  to go into the paperhnnging business extensively this spring. They  have laid in a complete stock of papers, mouldings and borders, and  when their-fixtures are completed  will be able to show the same to  advantage.  J. L. Porter will open a new  butcher shop on Thursday in Turner, Beeton & Company's building  on Josephine street. The new shop  will be known as the Palace Meat  Market, and as >Mr. Porter understands the business thoroughly the  Palace will be strictly-np to date.  M. H. Carey, who has been con  nccted with the tramway company'  since construction was commenced,  has been appointed engineer in  charge. The track brakes^ for the  cars have been completed, and  Avhen the new machinery is in  shape the hill division of the line  aviII bo operated.  "W. R_ Maclunos, general freight  agenfof the"C. PrltrAvest of-Winnipeg, is spending the day in Slocan  City, and will leave tomorrow foi^  the cash air. Mad lines has beeu in'  Nel.son for several day.s on business  in connection Avith his department.  - An important deal in Venus stock  has been recorded. J u consideration  of 57:5,000 fully paid shales of  Venus stock L. TI. Merrifield and  W. II. Pear.son, junior, Ikia-c transferred to the Venus Gold Mining  Company their interests in the  Venus, Cosmopolitan, Saturn Fraction, Jupiter, Astral and Cambridge  claim's, situated on Morning moun  tain. W. II. Pearson, junior, has  transferred the Jupiter Fraction  and P. IS. Doolittle the Orion Fraction to the company. The consideration A\as nominal in the latter  deals.  W. E. Lindsay and Charles Brown  of Ymir htwe sold a seventh interest in the Empress of India, Fin-  press of China and Empress of  Japan mineral claims to J. MeLeod  of Ymir. The claims are located on  Hidden creek. Lindsay, one of the  vendors, has gone to South Africa  Avith the Strathcona Horse.  There are a number of military  enthusiasts in Nelson Avhosc desire  for active sei'A'ice remains ungrati-  ficd despite tho three contingents  "which have alteady been raised for  South Africa. They aro anxiously  enquiring about the British Columbia contingent, but no particulars  are to hand as yet.  Mike Kealy of Nelson has sold  the Turcoise claim on Bird creek to  Frank Flut. her. W. Feeney,  Nelson, and J. Harrison, Spokane,  have transferred the Rustler and  Antonio claims on the north foik of  the .Salmon liver to J. Campbell of  lilrie.  The Rossland city team is claiming the game Avhich was postponed  on Saturday night through the inability of the lacrosse-hockey boys  to secure seven players to take  the ttip. Secretary Archibald  wrote and wired the Robsland  management explaining the unfortunate circumstances existing here,  despite A\hieh the l.os^land fellows  insist on claiming a default. All of  which isneither generous nor sportsmanlike.  The team Avhich will represent  the Lacrosse-Hockey club on their  visit to the Rossland carnival this  week includes the following players: Nunn, goal; Archibald, point;  Joe Thompson, cover; Blackwood,  Perrier, Wetmore and Grcenlees,  forwards. The city teams meet in a  practice match tonight, and a close  game is anticipated as the players  arc beginning to show the excellent  effects of practice.  Morris O'Connor, avIio shot his  brother at Greenwood recently, is  known to the Nelson authorities.  On June 15, 1S96, he was tried here  for using an axe on the head of a  man named Langton Avith serious  results. O'Connor was acquitted  on the plea of insanity, ��� but. avus  confined in the criminal Avaid of the  asylum at New Westminster for a  year and a half. He was nfler-  Avards sued here by his counsel to  recover $800 for fees and costs incurred in the trial.  Arab Olsen has recovered $800  AA'hich avjis tho face valuo of a number of post office orders- destroyed  in tho fire Avhich burned the old  bunkhonse at the Athabasca mine  recently., Tiie notes Avere issued in  the United States and were payable  at Spokane, which made their recovery a somewhat tedious undertaking. Taylor & Hannington  acted for Olsen in tho matter.  A, Lieuboi-tvnb Beer has received a  'check for some $300, the annual  drill pay for officers and men of the  Rifle company. It i>_ a. or thy of  note in this, connection that the  militiamen only receive 12 days pay  at the rate of 50 cents per day for  a private, one night counting as-  half a day. The pay thus earned is,  by resolution, pooled and devoted  to rent, light, heat, extra -uniforms,  and equipment and the other necessities of the company.  Chief Thompson has received an  invoice of the helmets for the fire  brigade, dated February 3rd, so  that the headgear may be expeeted  along shortly. Ag these helmets  havo been on tho way for many  mouths their receipt will be most  Avelcome.  The first train Avas run through  the Bulldog tunnel yesterday, and  the big cut will be used exclusively  in future. The tunnel saves six  milesof track,   the length of the  Stoves   Stoves  We have the finest line of COAI HEATERS ever displayed in the district. We are sole agents for the famous COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted to any kind of coal.  CROW'S NEST, LETHBRIDGE, 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.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASI.O  SANDON  length of the switchback being  three miles to the summit and an  equal distance down the slope. As  the tunnel is only about a quarter  of a mile in length a clear saving of  70 minutes is made. The change  makes no dill'otence in the running  time of Nelson trains.  E. M. Sandilands has come  into town in connection with the  sittings of the supteine court. He  is registered at the Phair.  The new 10 stamp mill at the  Yellowstone mine has beeu running for several days now, and is  giving complete satisfaction. Tho  machinery was supplied by Fraser  k Chalmers.  The J. Montgomery Company,  Limited, Avhieh has conducted a  grocery and confectionery business  in the new Madden block has assigned lo John Cholditch k Company. The firm had only been in  business for a short time.  Philip AV. Thomson has arrived  in the city' from Victoria to open a  manufacturers' agency and general  commission business.  A change has been made in the  personnel of the firo department  by Avhich dtiver Pfeiffer retires and  is succeeded by Arthur Pitford,  Avho will take charge of the team  and handlo the reins during the  brigade's runs.  Captain Troup spent j'esterday  at Robson and Nakusp. The  steamer Rossland is on the quays  at Robson undergoing repairs.  Certain changes are under contemplation and the captain is going  over the ground.  A marriage license AA'as issued  yesterday to Pappleton Ilcbdca  and Miss IT. K. Batchel. The happy  couple "..ill bo united on Wednesday evening at the residence of the  bride in'the Hume addition.  The regular meeting of the south  Kootenay board of tiade Avas scheduled foi: last nigut. It did not  materialize, l_o\vc\ or, owing to the  failure to secure a quorum.  WE HAVE STOVES  But  while   we 'are  waiting   for the cold weather we  would  draw  your attention to our line of  Including Te.i aiC  NICKLED COPPER WARE  C'uUee I'ots, (-.e.ci.il designs) l.naiiiplled Handle DippriN. Pudding Oislic;.,  lvetlles, Lto., nnd (lie only place jou can gel them n .tl.  Tea  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  j'^&&>&--��fc-_��s_;&S_-;s_-��s-       i^^_4__.^UB-^_4a-___._*'^ia'-ir-i  COMPULSORY VACCINATION  Tor Everybody.  Compulsory A'accination was decided upon by the board of health  last night at a meeting held after  the city council adjourned.  Alderman Hall ' expressed the  opinion that some place -should be  arranged in event of a smallpox  case being discoArored in Nelson.  Alderman Arthur thought a few  hours' AArofk in event of such a contingency would suffice to erect a  shelter.      lie   suggested   that the  Uf  Hi  Hi  vi;  Hi  Hi  vl)  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \4/  iii  Hi  ii/  \i/  Hi  &  \i>  \*/  ii)  \i/  \i>  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  AVII  KI  I Ml.  IIP \l l.US l.\  Groceries  Provisions  Hams  Coffee  Butter  Dried Fruit  Teas, Spices  Pickles, Sauces  Vinegar  Goods deli \eied fiee. Mini  oideis ciietully iitteniled to.  Nothing bill the bust. No  ehcip good-.  <=_>  f  -t?__  is-  feej  Sa.  ���-_--  OQ  *���__  tacts.  -*��  13.  ___-<  f��  -33  P>-  Crockery  Glassware  Dinner Sets  Tea Sets  Chamber Sets  Office Sets  Bar Fixtures,  Japanese Ware  Fancy China  AVholesiIe and iel.ul merchants, ,\o. l_li Hiker Stieel,  telephone 10, 1'. O. box IC. &  AV.   Tij a til.il older.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Hi  Hi  \i/  Hi  Hi  Hi  iii  ii/  ii/  Hi  Hi  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  Hi  ii/  Hi  Hi  ii/  Hi  Hi  ii/  ^���^���a,^B'^'^S',T&':3.'-5t,_3>'S':_8''ai *?���"?'-i*'-iff'���_*'>�����_>*,_��'_��'���_*���_���'-tt'd^.  ~?&-0*"i*T9-iB-i*>^��S?02-**rZB-lmii ���2^-_^^^->y��-_-'.-ff.^''^^-3f:S_-'  I'HON'K 8,  We Want Your Trade  ���.ox Ji-  ANG   IF   PRICES   ARE   ANY   INDUCEMENT   WE   SHOULD   HAVE   IT,  I yyi  We cleared our stock of Blankets and Comforters, and to-do  so avc Avill make a special dtive upon them. Heio are a feAV  samples:  Comforters from SI to $5  White Woolen Blankets from $3.50 to $5.50 pep pair  Cotton Blankets $1.25 per pair  There has been a rapid advance in the price of woolen goods  during the past lew Aveeks, and those avIio take advantage of  thiH offer will .save fully 50 per cent upon present market  A'alucsi. Thi:. is a genuine bargain. "Wc must clear the goods  out to make room for our spring stock of prints and ginghams.  Call and sati.sfy your&eif.  mayor prociu'e_Avork_ng_pkms _for_a  .shelter, and if a case .Should crop up  the building could be proceeded  Avith at once. If no case occurred  for a month or six Aveeks a tent  coidd be utilized to advantage.  Tho question Avas asked "if Ar"acei~  nation was proceeding in the private schools, and the clei k Avas instructed to notify the heads of  such schools to carry out the board's  regulations in this respect.  Alderman Arthur asked what  could be done in regard to having  Chinamen vaccinated. The mayor  and various aldermen thought the  celestials, and Italians should be  operated upon, and a general A'accination regulation av.is suggested as  a means of  reaching these parties.  Aldermen Wilson and Morrison  moved that the board authorize the  issuance of a proclamation making  vaccination compulsory Avithin the  jurisdiction of the board. This aviis  carried.  Aldermen Arthur and JIall  moved that the secretary be instructed to order 500 vaccine tubes.  Carried; Avhich concluded the  docket of business.  The tad th.it wc sell woie goods, and ihc bfs| j^oods al lov-Qr iirfcos  hloie m qui line is becoming -.ide-spie.id, HidgiiiK liy ihe lelter oid_i  nails of Ihe countrj. A. e tindei-bu>' 0111 eiiiii]ielttois, conse.jneiilh me  ue-ter ..lined.   "      "      '     --���--���������������     -    ���  iill .Mound than any other  thai, no ioclivc JTiom ��ll  .        .  -.... ,    .llivaih ill 11 position to give  Thcicfoiu ills nn sui'iiise th it evi rjbody mnUesoui styie Hit ii headuwiiteis.  The Western Mercantile Co.9 Limited  Successor1, to HI. De.l-ii-ay & Co., Staple und Fancy Gioccis-'  l-AKI-R STI-KI-T, NJ-LBO.V  When You Want the  BEST CANNED GOODS ON THE MARKET  TELEPHONE 161.  Boulters Tomatoes and Marrowfat  Peas, Standard Brand Sweet Corn  tsl  P O. BOX ITS-.  HOU.sl'ON l-LOCl--.  Itlue Ribbon Tea Always on Hand.  Kie-.li l-gss l-eeei. (>d DailJ  John /\. frvitjg & Go.  -\SK YOUR GROCER FOR W CELEBRATED  Roiled  Tho Best that Money can Buy.   Take no Other  Manufactured by the Ttinckmnn-JCer Milling Co.. Ltd.  Victoria,-Vancouver, Wentminiler, ICdnionton.Nelhon.  Oats  TENTS AND AWNING!  Now isthe time to order your tents and awnings  for the spring. Any size tent or awning made.  The only factory betwsen Winnipeg ancl the Coast.  224-228 Baker Street, flelso"..  Houston Block, Baker Stieet.  Thi'. Mill be the ]ilace to place jotir oulets for  choice fresh and sail meat-.   It will  Open on Thursday  A fe it in i' will be made of llie poultry nnd  K.ime Undo. T!u_> will t.hv.-_s bo on hand during their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  1(21 JuMii-luno St., bet ween llaker and Vcinon.  TO YOUR LOT LINK  AYE DO IT     SEK US  GAS PITTING OUE SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Opel.. IToU-iC Mock, Nelson  STRACHAN BROS.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Taiibr:  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPPJNG SUITINGS  WEST B-iKER STKBKT NELSON OPPOSITE SILVER KING BOTEI  ���?_�����


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