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Array fev  \i  DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  unz  Weekly edition by mail  two dollars a year  EIGHTH  YEAR  NELSON)  SATUEDAY MOR_NTOG, FEBRUARY 17,  190.0.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  i>i  GEN. FRENCH'S TRIUHPHAHT  .   March on Kiniberley.  lliET River, Orange Free State,  February 11���[Special to the Tribune].���General French, with a cav-  tilry division aiid a strong artillery  detachment, left Sunday morning  for Rambain, 12 miles east of Ens-  lin,.where tlio whole division concentrated. /The next day lie made  a rapid march to the Riet river,  where a party of Boers contested  his passage at Delcil aud Waterfall  drifts. After some hours of shelling French drove the Boers away  and crossed the river.  Yesterday (Tuesday) the column  continued its march to Klip and  sRomdaval drifts on tho Hodder.  fez river, where again a' short engage-  ��� ment ensued, French shelling the  Boers vigorously and forcing a passage. The Boers 'precipitately'" retired,-leaving five laagers  hands of the British,  great quantity of cattle  sheep. The rapidity  march  and  tho  in  the  besides  a  and 2000  of  French's  overwhelming na  ture of his force enabled him, in  in spite of the difficulty of water  j transportation, to thoroughly outwit and bitriiri.se tlio Boers. The  British casualties were Might.  Colonel lianna3r, while on his  ' way to Rambain, encountered 500  Boers with two guns holding a  kopje commanding the valley leading to tho drift. Fighting Listed  : all day, the Boers disappearing  during the night. Thiitecu nieu,  including one officer, were made  prisoners. They were captured  treacherously during the fight.  London, February Ki.���7:1-1 p.m.  ���[Special to the Tribune.)���The  war office makes public a dispatch  from lord Roberts, saying:  .LvconsDALiJ,  Februiiiy 1(5.���The  following was received from French  this  morning: "J  have  completely  dispersed   the    enemy    from    the  southern  side  of Kimberley from  Alexanders-foiltcin to Olipliantsfon-  tein, and am now going' to  occupy  ..their   grounds.      1   have  captured  the enemy's laager and large  supplies of ammunition.    Our  casualties were about twenty of all ranks.  Kimberley is chceiful and well.''  -  London",   February   Ki:���General  Roberts also sent Iho following dispatch: "JacobaC-i-Ie, February 10. ���.  1 have good reason to believe  that  the  Magersfontein    trencher  have  .been abandoned aud that" the Boers  are endeavoiiug  to  escape.     General French is scouring the country,  north of Kimberley.    One  of general Kelly-Kenny's brigades  of infantry is in pursuit of a Marge Boer  convoy   moving    toward    Bloeni-  t'ontciii.  Outside .IA-'oiisdaI-!-, Orange  Free State, February 13.-���The road  between Modder river and Jaeobs-  dtile is now open. The distance is  only nine miles. The road is available for sending reinforcements and  supplier When the" Boers "evacuated Jacobsdale they weie obliged  io pass over a lidgo where they  afforded  a  splendid  mark for tho  Biitish guns, which_  showered  shrapnel upon the retreating army.  Tho convoy which was attacked at  Riet river had been countermanded,  but the order did not arrive iu time  and the .experience "vvas a very  warm one, though the Boers did  little material damage. As general  French, with tho strengthened  divibion, pushed forward toward  Kimberley, he found the beleaguering Boers deserting tlieir position  at Alexandersfontoin, thus allowing a portion of tho Kimberley garrison to occupy and entrench the  place,  London*, February JT.���The Standard publishes the following dispatch from i)e Aar, dated Thursday at midnight: ''Official news has  been received hero that general  French arrived al Kimberley todoy  nnd dined at the club this evening."  goons was surrounded by some five  hundred Boers and gallantly cut its  way through without losing a man,  but a company of New South Wales  mounted infantry was unfortunately annihilated, most of the  men's bayonets, however, bearing  tho imprint of a sanguinary conflict  with their foes. Colonel Conyng-  ham was shot through the heart at  the outset of the engagement. The  enemy chose the time of the moon's  setting for their onslaught. Out of  five colonial officers only one returned to camp.  "A strategic and concentrative  .move back to Arundel has been decided upon. Our guns from Koles  Kop ha,yo been safely removed, one  maxim having beeu . destroyed to  prevent its falling into the, hands...  of tiie enemy. Nino wounded officers and -thirty-five men were  brought into .the Naauwpoort field  hospital. Our death roll at present  is not known." '  MORE DETAILS OF ADVANCE  WHILE GRONJE  RETREATS  Eoberts May Rest.  London, February 17.���4:15 a.m.  ���Geueral Cronje with a start of a  day or two, is seemingly in full retreat while the cavalry stayed over  night in Kimberley and then pushed  on to get in touch with the retreating enemy. A long Boer wagon  train is moving toward Bloemfontein, followed, presumably, by a  large force of British infantry. In  their hasty departure the Boers  lost quantities of supplies and ammunition.  Military opinion hero is that lord  Roberts will not push far after the  Boois immediately because of the  transport problems and the need-of  rest for the troops. He has to feed  70,000 persons in his army and the  whole Kimberley population. He  must rebuild the railway from  Modeler river down to Kimberley  and re-victual the, latter. General  French lost a few men only in ac-.  tion but the forced inarches and  heat have probably nfade many ill,  and numbers of lemounts must be  provided. Lord Roberts has  wrought a genuine preliminary success and the^ impression is that he  h.is done enough for the present.  lie will need to prepare for another  .stroke.  All  over England tonight there  have been evidences of public joy,  those   who   read    the    news  Sent by Roberts.  London, February. 10���9.30 p. m.  ���The following dispatch from general Roberts fills the gap in the earlier dispatches:  " Modder River, February 10.���  The sixth division left Waterfall  drift early yesterday morning and  marched here, going on the same  evening to Rondevaldre to hold the  crossing of the Modder river and  leave general French free to act.  Shortly after arriving here the  mounted infantry! visited Jacobs-  dale and found it full of women  and children, with four of our  wounded men doing well. On the  way back the mounted infantry  was attacked and nine men were  wounded. Colonel Henry aud major Mitchell and ten men were missing. Both officers were subsequently found . at Jacobsdale  slightly wounded.  "The cavalry division is moving in  a northerly direction and has apparently reduced the pressure on  Kimberley, as Kekewich signals the  enemy has abandoned Alexanders-  fontein aud that he has occupied it.  French has advanced as far as  Abonsdam with slight losses and is  pushing on the posts which are being held by mounted infantry."  "' General Roberts adds: "Clements,  having been pressed by the Boers,  has retired to Arundel to cover  Naauwport."  The war office points out that  the word "hero" in the above despatch means some point of the  Modder river other than the Modder  river station.  London, February 10.���11 p.m.���  The war office has just issued the  following from lord Roberts:  "Jacobsdale, February >10.���7 p.m.���  Much gratified ou arriving here to  find admirable hospital arrangements made by the German ambulance corps under doctors Kaettner  aud Hildebrand, who with their  staffs 'have shown the greatest  kindness to our wounded, as they  have to the Boer wounded. Some  of cur wounded have been here  since December. Some were brought  in'yesterday."  and GOO blacks. When the Asso  ciated Press correspondent. left the  live stock on hand included 4000  horses, 700 mules and 050 cattle,  and the garrison had no fear that  the necessaries of life would be exhausted for some time.  IMPORTANT MINING GASES  ROSSLAND WINS BOTH THE  ind  closely _-.ee only one,, disturbing factor iu the Cape situation, and that  is the pressure of the Boers toward  lord Robci ts' line of supply through  DoAar, which Vas never more important than now. The Boers, un-  der"Commandants Delarey and Gro-  biicjyaro making a persistent effort  to penetrate to the railway. They  have pushed'general Clements back  to Arundel and have outflanked  him. All are within sixty miles, or  two days' hard march, from the  Central railway. Doubtless, lord  Itoberts has left considerable forces  .along the line and can send back  more if necessary;  JACOBSDALE  IS  OGCUPIED  LADYSMITH IS  CONFIDENT  IGHTING NEAR RENSBURG  Was Very Severe.  London, February 17.���The Daily  Telegraph has the following dispatch from Naauwpoort dated February 13th and delayed in transmission: "Very severe fighting occurred on both our flanks near  Rensburg. The enemy gieatly outnumbered our troops, being about  four thousand in number. They  attacked the Worcestershire regiment on their hill and with desperate determination charged home,  only to experience such a heavy  Maxim and liflo fire from our men  that the death roll of the enemy  must have been considerable.  "A patrol of the InniskilHng Dm-  By the British.  Outside Jac.obsda.-I_, Orange  Free State, Thursday, Feb. 13.���  (Special to Tho Tribune.)���Jacobs-  dale is now in possession of tho  British. Yesterday a small cavalry  patrol entered the place and found  it full ofjwounded, including several  British from Rensburg. The place  was occupied by only a small force,  which fell back before tlio patrol,  after a series of small skirmishes.  A battery of artillery shelled  tho environs and drove out the last  of the Boers.  Early this morning a large force of  Boors from Colesburg with ten  guns attacked a convoy of 200  wagons at Riet River, shelling vigorously and doing damage, but a  strong reinforcement has been sent  hence and it is hoped they will  bring the whole convoy in safely.  French's division seized three  drifts on Modder river. ��� At the  third drift the Boers were quite  strongly entrenched. French bombarded them and drove them off.  Today he moved rapidly in the  direction of Kimberley. The Boers  have left Alexandersfontem which  i he British occupy. Roberts is iu  excellent health and spirits. Hardship and rapid marching appear to  agree with the whole army, who  are iu splendid spirits under the  leadership of "Bobs."  If Disappointed.  London,   Feb/ 10.���The   correspondent of the Associated Press at  Ladysmith, from   which   place lie  escaped February 10th' and arrived  at  Durban   February  lith, sends  the following written before he left  Ladysmith:     "Since    ihe    furious  cannonade in the early part of the  week quietness has reigned.   The  hills on which the  relief column's  lyddite shells wore bursting in hundreds a few days   previously are  now only occupied by grazing cattle.    Much  disapx-bintmout is  felt  at-the  non-appearance  of  geueral  Buller as from the severity of the  fight every heart was glowing with  hope      aud      anxiety      at      the  prospect of immediate relief,  not  that   we     are     at     all    in    the  bines,   for   everyone, capable    of  shouldering a rifle is confident of  our   ability    to    hold    the   town  against   any force  the Boers are  capable of putting in tho field. The  continued diet of horse and mule  flesh,is getting somewhat monotonous, although .the lical th  of the  camp, taking everything into consideration, is better  than   it  could  be expected.  The escape of the Associated  Press correspondent wa?. most adventurous and arduous. Leaving  Ladysmith on.the night* of February 1st guided by a native, he soon  encountered a Boer xiatrol, who  fired upon him. Escajiing the*  patrol, he crawled 22 miles over  the roughest and stoniest paths,  hiding in native huts and kraals  during the day and proceeding at night. Once a Boer  patrol came to the door of the hut  where he was hiding under blankets. He swam tho Tugela and  reached Chieveley the morning of  February 13th, where he took a  train for Durban.  The correspondent says that except for two slight attacks of fever,  which never incax.acitated him, sir  George White, the British commander in Ladysmith, has been in  excellent health throughout the  siege. The number of people  within the British lines, including  the entombed camp, is 17,000, all of  them troops cxeex_t 3000 civilians  Hockey Matches.  Rossland, February 10.���[Special  to the Tribune.]���The hockey match  between the Nelson Lacrosse-  Hockey Club and the Victorias of  Rossland was won by the latter by  4 games to-3 after a very fiercely  contested game. ' ;_��� :���  The three mile'skating championship of British Columbia was won  by E. J. Scovil, who also carried off  the one mile, this, for the second  year in succession.  At 11 o'clock this forenoon a  match iu the junior championship  competition was xjlayed between  the I. X. L.'s of Rossland fand the  Nelson Juniors and was won easily  by the former by'a score of 7 to 3.  The match between the Revelstoke and Boundary hockey teams  (seniors) was a stubbornly contested  aud fast game, resulting in a victory for Boundary by a score of 0  to 1. It was played this afternoon  commencing at 3:30.  The prospector's 200-yard race  was.won by R. S. Lyon wi��h Henry  Jacobson second.  The fancy skating for amateurs  was won by George A. Leighton  with Al Harris second.  Rossi.and, February 10.���[Special to the Tribune.]���The carnival  reopened this morning with the ski  races, in which there were a large  number of entries in each event.  The first ski contest was for the  championship of Canada, the course  being from the top of Monte Cristo  mountain, down Washington street,  to the bridge across Trail creek.  The entries Avere : O. Jeldness, A.  Oleson, T. Ilartman, P. Ritsal and  A. Sostad, of whom only the first  three reached the winning x^ost in  the order-named.- *<��� "*��� - &*.  The men's competition was over  the Fame course, starting at 'the  Iron Horse road, the entries being  A. Watson, Alan Morkil, J. W. Ashley, George Purgold and N. F. Town-  send, the first t hi ce being the winners in the order named.'  The boys' ski race was over the  same course the entries being  James Lnwler,' F. llickcnbottom,  H. Coleman, II. Lockhart, Arthur  II. Reagh, James Dixon, Elmer  Isaacson, the first four securing the  XDiizes in the order named.  The Smallpox Situation,  The smallpox situation' in Nelson  is   unaltered  today.     D.^ Clayton,  the patient, is,under the care of Dr.  McLennan, who has been appointed  quarantine officer.    The  physician,  who has had considerable experience of the disease in   Montreal,  states that the case is an average  one, inclining to be mild.    A pest  house was erected yesterday on the  new city-iiark by- the���Nolson���Saw-  & Planing  Mills   Company.     The  building is 21x40 aud contains two  apartments.    The passengers who  came in  on  the   Moyie Thursday  night   were   taken, back    to   tho  steamer   next    morning,'  and   the  rooms   they   had    occupied   were  thoroughly  fumigated   under    the  direction of Dr. McLennan.   Clayton was taken  to  tho  pest  house,  and every precaution taken to disinfect    his  quarters   aboard  ship,  The Moyic's passengers are  closely  quarantined, and  have   submitted,  quietly to  the   ordeal    though  a  strong   protest was   ruined   when  Clayton aviis left aboard all day, on  the ground that they  Avere  needlessly exposed  to infection.   Two  officers are doing  sentry  duty  on  the wharf to see  that  none  of the  passengers leave tbe boat.  Tried Yesterday.  Three cases of exceptional interest to prospectors aud  mining men  were   tried   yesterday ��� before  Mr.  Justice   Martin.     In   the   case   of  Sloan   a*s.   Gormley    the   plaintiff  brought   action for a   declaration  that  he  had a xiartncrship in the  defendant's  interest in  the  Black  Prince aud Dundas No. 2,  two Avell  knoAvn claims near Slocan City.    It  appears that  Gormley  had a grubstake agreement AArith a  x>rosx_ector  named  Sehomberg,  and   that  this  agreement ran out on October 25th,  1S95.    Sloan claimed that he  AA'as  in with Gormley on this agreement,  though  the latter   denies  he had  any share in it.    It transpired that  while this agreement was in force  Sehomberg  discovered the  ground  noAV covered  by the Black Prince,  but it was already staked.    Subsequently   the   claim   ran   out,  and  Sehomberg   restaked   it    under   a  fresh agreement with Gormley. The  judge     held      that     Schomberg's  discovery of the ground which was  was   afterwards   included   iu   the  Black  Prince, but  which  AA-as  not  vacant at the time of its discovery,  was not the discoA'ery of a mineral  claim as contemplated by the agreement.    Judgment  Avas accordingly  entered for the  defendant.    BoAves  & Stuart appeared for the x>laintiff  aud Galliher k Wilsou for the defendant.  The case of Blundell ,v. Muir fol-  loAA'ed and this involved a x>oint of  mining huv which Avas brought before tiie courts for the first time.  Blunclell Avas the recorded owner of  the Sx>eculator< claim on Morning  mountain, but did no work on it  last year, and Muir staked it as the  Daphne Avhen it ran out. It also  api.ears that Muir did an assessment AA'ork on it ou his oavii account,  and Blundell recorded this as his  own and got a certificate' of-Avoik.  - Blundellj brought an'action for  trespass and for ^declaration that  .the .-Speculator A\Tas a good claim,as  against the Daphne, lie Avas, how-'  ever, nonsuited. BoAA'es & Stuart  ax-i-caied for the lilaintiff and Galliher k Wilson for tiie defendant.  Another case of interest to pros-  pectois Avas Crutchfleld a*s Ilar-  botftle. The evidence showed that  W. T. Beadles located the May Day  ,mineral claim on May 1st, 1897,  ainLou May 0th transferred it to  G.'F. Harbottle, Avho, however, did  not record his bill of sale until  April 20tb, 181)8. - On July 23i-d,  1807, Beadles' license lapsed, and  on October 30th, 1897, the lilaintiff  restaked the claim as the Equaliser,  and is now asking for a declaration  that his location is good as against  the May Day.  The arguments of counsel lasted  ���until after 0 p. m., his lordship resetting judgment. Galliher k Wilson Avere for the plaintiff and Taylor k Hannington i'or defendant.  placed on the same footing as the  wholesalers. In view of this he  states that he Avill purchase through  local houses, which will be welcome  news indeed.  The first installment of the Stewart plant has ariived at the C.P.R.  depot. It consists of one car of  horses, and six cars of scrapers,  xalows, pi��.'ks, sho\Tels, cami_ outfits,  tents, etc. Mr. Stewart states that  there will be twenty more cars in  during the next seven days.  Asked as to the probable date of  starting Avork Mr. SteAvart remarked, "I ani endeavoring to con-  elude arrangements to have several  camps started on the line of the  road by Monday night. This will  ..practically be the commencement  of operations AArhieh will be continued without further delay.  A. F. Proctor, C. P. R. engineer,  Avent OA'er the line yesterday Avith  Mr..SteAArart and spent the day betAveen here and Balfour. Returning they had decided to take the  Moyie but gave-up the idea" at the  last moment, and are now thanking  XJrovidence for the latter, fact. One  of the men from Holden's camp at  Nine Mile came doAvn in the Moyie,  and is now settling doAvn to a fourteen days' sojourn in close quarantine.  WHOLESALERS ARE HOPING  WORK TO BE RESUMED ON  FIRST SUB-CONTRACT HAS  Two Companies Missing.  London, February 17.--The correspondent of the Mail at Naamy-  X-Oort, telegraphing Wednesday and  describing the evacuation of Rensburg, says: "Two eomx-anies of the  Wiltshire regiment in Avithdrawing  from Kloof camp lost their Avay nnd  are missing. Their Avhoicabouts,  however, is x>rofcty welt knoAvn ami  they AA'ill probably be relieved tonight. The Boer lo-se.s around  Colesburg on Monday aro reported  to have been extremely heavy."  Offers to Settle.  Mr. Stinson, xn'opriotor of tiie defunct private bank of Hamilton, has  offered dex_o.sitors all of his American real estate as security and urges  them not to press for settlement.  Been Awarded.  - John McMartin is the first of the  local contractors' to secure a slice of  the work ou the Balfour extension.  Last night he concluded arrangements Avith J, W. Stewart to construct the two miles of the road  from Five mile Point east. Other  -.iib'i'ontract.-. Avill doubtless be let  in a day or two, although Mr.  Stewart anticipates doing a portion of the Avork himself. The section Avhich Mr. McMartin has secured i.s , rock Avork throughout.  The fii.st six miles of the road at  the Balfour end is earth-Avork only  and this Mr. Stewart reserves for  himself.  An imxiortalit member of the  Stew-art staff arrived in Nelson  ye . terday in the person of D. MeLeod of Trail, i-urchasiiig agent.  His department include.* all the  buying of supplies for men and  animals, and is perhaps the most  important of all from a local stand-  X>oint. Air. MeLeod AA'ill buy during  construction axiproximately $75,000  Avorth of of goods Avhich can bo  supplied by Nelson Avholesale men,  and the prospect is that thcA' Avill  get the bulk of it. The C. P. It. has  made ib a practice heretofore of  granting a sjjecial rate to contractor., as a result of Avhich they Avere  in a xiositiou to purchase at a distance to better advantage than  local men, owing to the concession  in freight rate.-. At the present  juncture no special rate has been  conceded to Mr, Stewart and he is  The Whitewater Group.  J. F. C. Abelspies,  chairman and  British Columbia rex>resentative of  the Mallinson West Kootenay Ex-  X_Ioration Syndicate, yesterday com-  Ijleted the task Avhich he  came out  from England to perform,  namely^  the acquiring of additional  properties  iu   the   neighborhood  of   the  Whitewater mine on Rover creek,  Avhich Avas  already  under  bond to  his syndicate for $50,000.    The syndicate  now   controls  four  prox>er-  ties,     namely     the     Whitewater,  Midas, Columbia  and Victoria, and  the total  purchase price  is  nearly  $75,000.    A "substantial  cash  payment- is   to be   made today, "and  other-payments fall due in -March,,  April and May, the final  amount  being  payable  on  July   9th.1   The  Whitewater vein Jias been traced  through  the  Midas and  Columbia  claims but shows up richest ou  the  former.  The Victoria claim, though  it xx-sscsses promising surface sIioav-  ings, AA'as acquired chiefly for a mill  ,site and on account of the excellent  timber  Avith AA'hich  it is  covered,.  Work on the property Avill be commenced  on Monday, aiid development Avill be vigorously prosecuted.  An   order for   machinery Avill  be  X_ laced shortly, and by July  there  will be a 10- stamp mill on the pro-  X.erty unless something very uufor-  seen occurs.  The vendors of the WJhitcAvater  are W. J. Goepel and M. S. Davys,  of the Columbia, W. J. Goexiel and  A. J. Marks, of the Midas, W. J.  Goepel, M. S. Davys, George Alexander and others, and of the Victoria  Frank Fletcher.  Mr. Abelspies leaves tomorroAv  for Londoiuand-take1- Avith hiuuop-  tions on several prox-ei'ties, including a silver-lead prox>osition iu the  Trail distiict and a copx>er xiroi-O-  .sition near Ronnington Falls.  For Increased Trade.  " A general imj. royement all along  the line and every indication of increasing activity iu the immediate  future" expresses the sentiments of  Nelson's wholesalers in a nutshell.  The present A\*eek has been most  satisfactory from* a trade standpoint, particularly, as it is conceded  thati retailers will be purchasing  more freely from now on. Yesterday's shipments were not by any  means the most extensi\'e of the  ..week, but the list is as folIoAvs:  Nelson Hardware Company,  Xmiuts and oils.���Slocan Junction,  Porto Rico aiid Kokanee Creek,.  W. F. Teetzel k Co.,. assayers'  supplies.���Moyie City, Cranbrook,  Rossland, Molly Gibson mine and  Waneta.  -Kootenay Cigar Company, cigars.  ���Silverton, Kaslo, Sandon, Slocan  City, New: DenA'er, Rossland and  Kimberley.  John Cholditch k Co., wholesale  grocers.���Sandon and Trail.  Nelson SaAV & Planing Mills, sash  and doors.���Nine-mile and Seven-  mile.  California Wine Company, Limited, Avines and cigars.���Cascade,  Grand Forks, GreenAA'ood, Eholt,  Summit, Midway, Anaconda, Camp  McKinney, Sandon, New Denver  and Silverton.  Brackman   k Ker   Milling  Com-'  p_my,   Limited,  flour   and   feed.��� '  Greemvood,  Clubb's Landing, Balfour, Midway, Pilot Bay, Lardo and  Kokanee Creek.  F. R. Stewart k Co., provisions  and produce.���WhiteAvater, Kaslo,  Pilot Bay, New DeiiA'er, Slocan  City aud Silverton.  IL J. Evans & Co., XDrovision mer- -  chants.--Waneta,   Silverton,   New  Denver, Robson, Balfour aud Hall's  Siding.  Vancouver HardAvare Company,  hardAA'are and mining sux_plies.���  Erie, Columbia and Cranbrook.'  Laivrence   HardAA'are   Company,  hardAvare  aud  mining   sux.plies.���   -  Ymir; Beaver Greek,  Granite  Sid-'  ing,   Cranbrook,   Salmo, Eric and  RylcerCs.  II. Byers & Co., hardware and  mining supplies.-- Ymir,- Moyie,  Trail, Slocan City and Cranbrook.  z  A.  Macdonald   & Co,,   Avholes-ale    '  grocers.���Trail,  Sirdar, Kaslo, Eric  and Robson.  Turner, Beeton k Co., liquors and  cigars.���Sandon, Phoenix, Ymir,  Slocan City and Rosebery.  J. __". Griffin <fc Co., provisions and  produce.���Kaslo, Grand  Forks  and -  Cranbrook.  Parsons Produce  Company,  pro-    -  visions and xirqduce.��� Salmo, Moyiti.  Silverton,  Grand   Foi-ks,  Halcyon,  Slocan City, Kaslo, Rossland and  Waueta. -  BOER  OFFICIAL  ACCOUNTS  Greenwood's Prospects Bright.  Gl-i-i-.vWooi>, February 10���[Special to the Tribune].���With the  Avelcome hoavs of the settlement of  the Slocan labor troubles the prospects of the Boundary dist.net aro  brighter than over. Confidence, is  again restored and hopes are freely-  expressed that many deals pending  may be clo��ed up. ' Today the final  payment of $ll,2-.0 AA'as made by  the Red Hock and Bald Eagle C'op-���  per Company of Sherbrooke, Quebec, ou the lied Rock mine, 'Green-  Avood camp. The company purchased the property last July for  twenty-five thousand dollars and  ten X)cr cent of tho ��toek vqf the  company since formed. The owners AA'ero George R. Naden and J. G.  Haas of this city and the British  American Development Company,  New York. Development Avork is  shortly to be started.  Wreck Purchased in Seattle.  VK-TOima, February 10.���Messrs.  Cohn k Cohn of Seattle, have purchased the Avrecked steamer Miami,  of San Francisco, Avhich Avent  ashore outside of Oyster harbor, for  the sum of $1000. That includes  the vessel, machinery and cargo.  A considerable portion of the coal  can be saved, as also, it is hoped,  many of the fittings of the ship, including machinery. The Avreeked  Mirami stands high amidships, but  both ends are nearly submerged.  Of Recent Fighting.  Pretohia,    February     15;���Tho    _  Transvaal   goA-ernment-lms  made   -  public   the   following   official   dis- -  patch r    "Yesterday   at  Rondoval  drift in the neighborhood of Jacob"-  dale, the federal   troops Avere engaged       in      a       severe        fight  Avith     2000     British      who    Avere  trying     to    k reach       Kimberley.  "Commandant Delarey continued  the engagement -until this morning,  the federal casuallie^ being fh-o  wounded. After another two hours '  of hard fighting it is "reported that  the British retired, Avith colonel  Hemy dangerously wounded. , Colonel Henry Avith his servant, A\ras  taken to Jacobsdale."  An official desx_atch from Colesburg Pay*, that fighting Avas resumed on Tuesday, February 13th, -  and that the British had 00 killed  and Avounded and lost 80 cax.tiuvd.  The federal forces had no casualties  during the fight.  Buller May Move, Again.  London, February 17.���The  Pie-  termariteburg corrcsx-Oiident of the  Daily Mail under date of February  15th says: ''There aro indication^  of a decisive move at Colenso. I  hear that the Boors rely on their  entrenchments and barbed wire entanglement.*, along the principal  roads to check lord Robert**' progress in the Free State. The roads  to Ladysmith are studded with  these formidable barriers, A Brit;  ish scouting column blew up tho  contents of a magazine at Nkan-  dula, Zuhilnnd, to prevent it falling  into the hands of tho Boers. The  magazine contained a large supjily  of dynamite and ammunition, If!  I -    C  "���h  THE  TP.1BTJ-.E:  NELSON B. C. SATDEDAY FEBI-IJART  IT,  1-00  ring Suits -$5  Now is ii good time to select your .sjii-ing suit or overcoat.   It may seem a little  early, but better buy early than wait until lines are broken. ' AVe have just received a large shipment of suits and light overcoats, and will .sell you serge and  tweed suits for men from $5 up.  Seo our Rsgent Street .suits for young men, the newest thing nut: ���������,  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  i*._  m  I  M  is;--  I  i  k  l'i-j  V  IIP  k  i *  After abusiug the members of  the  miners'  unions   for over    six  months,    the   Nelson    Miner   now  comes out and offers tho members  of  the  same  uuions its  "warmest  " congratulations ou the manly view  *' of the whole question they have  "finally taken."     The Miner further adds:    "This one act entitles  *' them to the respect and admira-  " tion  of the  entire   community."  This is getting round a rather sharp  Corner.    When the trouble between  the  miners  and mine-OAvners  first  came \xp, there Avas a difference of  fifty cents   per day between  the  men  and   the  mine-OAvners.     The  mine-owners, acting in concert, and  without, any attentat compromising the mafcteiy posted notices in all  their mines to the effect that, when  the  eight-hour law  came in force,  they would pay Dut three dollars  for the short shift.    It AA'as in the  form of an ultimatum and precipi-  tated the trouble, during the course  of which the Nelson Miner never  lost an opx>ortunity in its systematic attempt to discredit and slander  the members of the miners' unions^  and   tlieir   officers.      During   the  progress of the Avhole light it Avas  never mooted for a moment that  the miners had the slightest claim  for  consideration.     But,   after   a  wasteful conflict,   extending over  several mouths, the leaders of the  opposing forces got together  and  agreed to compromise by meeting  each other half way.   Surely if the  men are now found to be entitled to  " -$8.25 for a shift of eight hours, they  Avere' justified in refusing to perform the same work for $3.    If they  were justified, Iioav does tiie Miner  reconcile its present views with the  execrations, AA'hich day after day it  heaped ux>ou the heads of tho mem-"  bers of the miners' uuions and their  leaders.     So   long as    the ^Nelson  '    Miner could do the Avorking miners  any harm, it did it.   Now, that it is  poweiless  to harm,  it pays them  homage., ^   More or less mystery appears to  surround the resignation of general  -TJutton. Opiuion apx>ears to bo  diA'ided  as  to    a\ bother the com-  - mantling oflieer retired voluntaiily  or Avas forced out of the sen ice.  Geueral HuGton miy have been a  good soldier, but he certainly appeared to haA-e the faculty for stirring iqJ trouble Avitli the militia ofli-  PulllFneTof  Front Doors  Inside Doors.  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish   -  local and coa^t.  Flooring  local and roast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  %-  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IK WI-AI" A*0l'  WA.N1   18-J-OI' IN STOCK  \.'-_ WIM- MAKr: IT *'OJ- 1'017  CALL AND G��T PRICKS.  cers of the Dominion. Now that he  has gone Canada will apparently be  the gainer, as tho federal goA'ernment iioav xnoposes to amend the  Militia Act so that it will be possible  to appoint a Canadian to the post  of officer-commanding. It is safe  to say that there are native sons of  Canada avIio are as capable of discharging the duties of the office as  accex>tably as any British officer  avIio has filled the post. This being  so there isi no excuse for going outside of the Dominion in the search  of a man for the job.  ^purpose in directing attention to  himself. Both men die hard. They  may deceiA-e themselves, but they  Avill scarcely deceive anyone else.  The editors of the Victoria Colonist and Vancouver World are  Avearing themselA'Cs out in their efforts to convince the lieutenant-  goA'ernor that the Semlin government no longer retains control of  the legislature. The same editors  devoted several columns of space a  feAV months ago in tho attempt to  coiiA'inee his honor that ex-premier  Turner had a Avorking majority.  As xn'cmier Semlin has been carrying on the business of the x>rovince  ever since, it will surprise most peo-  Xjle Iioav he could do it and still be  in a minority in tho house.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  "When a politician begins to lose  caste, when he forfeits the confidence and respect of friends and ox_-  pbnents alike, he is forced to do a  great deal of work in order to keex>  himself before the people. This is  the position wliich ex-attorney-geu-  eral Mai tin and ex-speaker Higgins  find themselves in. Thi�� accounts  iu a great measure for the speeches  which Fighting Joe has been making.  His are the efforts of a man avIio  vainly tries to conceal from himself  aud his constituents, that he is a  h -_.  back number. The ex-speaker is too  emotional for effectiA-e speaking, so  he is forced into a different line of  action. He is loadiug the order  papers up Avith notices of questions  and  resolutions, Avhich serve tlieir  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  LAAVRKNCE  Baker St.,  INCORPORATED 1670.  ��Ju_st Received  A CARLOAD OF CHO.CE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes.  Cabbages  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  Onions  �� GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vornon and  ��� Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankets. gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.           KOOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesalo  grocers. _.   TOHN CHOT-DITCH & CO.���Front street, Ncl-  -**    son, wholesale grocers.     __   COAL.  OROAV'S  NEST PASS  COAL  COMPANY.-  AVholosale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbe.. Agent. Baker street. Nolson.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Bakcrand Josophine  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co.   HARDAVARE   ICOMPANY-  .  Nelhon,  -wholesale   dealers  in  hardware and nuniug supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDAVARE COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hard ware and mining supplies, plum-  bers and tinsmiths' supplies.   CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITKD.-Coiner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of nnd wholesalcdealcrs in ferated waters nnd  fruit svrups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  minoral water.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES. ~~  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corncr Baker "and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in as_ayer8 supplies. Agents Ifor Denvor  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  mURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Johephine streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers iu liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street, Nelson,  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement, flie brick and fire clay, water pipo ana  s'col tails, and general coin mission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Fiont street. Nelson, wholesale deal  eis in jflour, oatmeal  Mills al  minster,   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIUAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner .Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Rojal Seal" and "Kooto  nay Belle" brands of cigars. '  -&\  _______'^> ���______>-_5____* *-2___V^.  *_��_. -^'^ ���'**s_, ���*___, ��� *�����_��. ���W'V'^V'V'V'  fi*'fi*-fi*'fi*; -  w  iff  t_56&fe_r_r:6 �����*&:# _r:&&.  w  iff  iti  iti  , SEND  FOR  SAMPLES  ^���__S.���__:���-.:_.9 :���_.:_. :���_-._:_. 3=**  ���  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  id  Hi  Hi  Hi  iKj  ��e_r:_f:_P__��fr��:_r:e��e6  Ladies'  Mackintoshes  Latest Styles  m  tn  m  iff  %**3 a****-- '99 99*  NEW   SPRING  iff  iti  iff  iti  iti     . etc., and hay and gram.  Mills ot Edmonton, Victoria, and Now West-  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  We have opened this week a large shipment of import goods direct  from English manufacturers, therefore we are able to sell  goods much cheaper than buying from eastern houses  Shift Waists and Wrappers  JUSTIN  o  We have opened up and are marking the  largest stock of Wash Shirt Waists and  Wrappers ever received in Nelson. Right in  style and right in price.  Black,, and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50.  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50  to $9.  iff  iff  iff  iff  iti  iff  INCLUDING  Prints, Zephyrs, Ginghams, Victoria and  Bishop'Lawn, India Linen and Muslin.  Dimities Mercerised Lawns in all colors  and shades.  White and colored Piques, white and colored Ducks and Galates.  Embroidery at old prices; a fact that is  due to an early import order before the advance.  We have Hamburgs, Nainsooks, Swisses,  Cambrics in edging and insertion.  White Valencienne Lace and insertion.  Table   Linen   and  Napkins,  Towels   and  Towling, Bed Spreds, white and mercerised  bleached Sheeting 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4.  , Circular Pillow Cotton, 40 to 46 inch.  iti  iff  iff  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iff  iff  iti  Beady-made Skirts  Ask to see our new Silk Underskirts from  $5 to $20.  Two more pieces of all wool Sheppard's  plaid dress goods,'44 inches wide.  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  ���ftTKLSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  *���"    Street���Wholesale  dealers in paints, oils,  and   brushes of  Kootenay.  all  kinds.    Laigest stock in  P.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fieshand cured meat-.  Cold storage.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POAVDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporling, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealors m caps and tuso, and electric  blasting nppaiatua.    HUDSON'S BAY CO.  Telephone J."_  .ants  Chloride of Lime.  Carbolic Acid.  Bi-chloride of Mercury.  Copperas.  Permangnate of Potash.  Su!phuc��ard Brirpstone  for fumigating.  We have a!l the above (with  directions for using) at 'reasonable prices.  Carbolic  60 cents.  Acid in Targe bottles,  aywa  6THKKTS, NKLSO.  oniraetors and Meiers  HAW. AND TAKE STl.KKTS, NKLSON  WILL DO WELL TO  AT  G. 0, Buchanan's  A large flock of flrsfe-claes dry material on  httnd, ��._bO �� lull lino of sash, doors, mouldings,  mrned work, oUJ.  Factory Work a Specialty  Canada Drug & Book Go.  NKLSON  f-f ALCYON WATER  ��S ISO EXPERIMENT.  Che    medicinal    willies   of    HALCYON  WAT-CR  has  been proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Properly.  vcinon street   Thorpe & Co.  PROVISIONS,.PRODUCE AN�� FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPAN-i-Vernon  ���*��� street. Nelson, -wholesale dealers in provisions, produce, ind fruits. Agents tot Swift &  Co. bacon and hams.   T Y. GRIFFIN" & CO.-- Corner Vernon and  w ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealere  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  PR STEWART & CO.--Warehouses on C. P.  ���   R.  track, foot of Stttnley street.  Nelson,  wholesale  dealers in  provisions, produce .and  -fruits.-Cold storage AgentH Armour & Go's-  hat'on. hams, lard and ol her products.   MANITOBA PRODUCE AND COMMISSION  C0���L_d. ��� Nelfton   branch,   Hall   street.  yVTiolcale dealers in butter, eggs_and cheese.  SASH AND DOORS.  NE1.SOV -SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LI-MITKU-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, nianufaclurors of and wholewUo dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.   WINES AND CIGARS.  OALIFORNIA WINJ_ COMPANY, LIMI-  TKD���Uornor Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wbol_'<fU<- dealers In wines _ca.-,e an^Jbulk)  njwl _.i>mn��ll_. i-i_.ti.nt.--iI/a! niirnrx.    -   ___>_.  iff  iti  NEW GOODS ARRIVING   DAILY  iff  iti  iti  iti  ^3 59^9^9999-  m  -i_  Ladies'  and Children's  Cashmere Hose  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  .V  Fred Irvine & Go.  ^_l-9^^-l_l--l_i-9_��3-l-��j.  The  latest  Neckwear  ^Mrefrtc-et *�����*��?*���  *  m  m  <n  <!��  ^fff-tte-jteis-tee-e^'  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ^.^������^���^���^���^.^���^���^���-^���^���^���^���^���^���^���jg^ ^'^'^'^'^���^'^'^'*^'^'*^'^'M^-0^'0*'*^''0^^  'fi^T^'.^.^^r^)-0*-00'fi*-fi*-fi*-fi*'fi*'fi*'fi**fi*'fi*        -J?. sST'?-^ >��. -S-^ >��. -��_^ >^ ���^^���^���^���^���'^^S^^sC*  Ward Bros,  -REAL-ESTATE-AND-  SNSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  ARCHITECTS.  JJJWAKT & CAURII-rrArchltects.  KJ  Rooiim 7  and K Alwjrdoi.r. hloolc. IHko-otrPnt. Nelson.  ~" LODGE MEETINGS.  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-NelBon Lodge, No,  '25, Knights of Pythias, meets In I. 0. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streots, every  Tuohday ovening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights  cordially im itea to attend.  R. G. JOY. K. of R. & g.   LEON Aim scorr, c. c.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 2?, A. V. & A. M.  Meets second Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  N3CLSON L. 0. L.. No. W92, meets in I. O. 0. F.  Hall, comer Baker and Kootenay htreots,  iRt and 3rtt  Friday  of each month.   Visiting  brethern cordially invited.  It. R.iiiivsoN*. W.M. W. Ohawi okd, Rcc.-Scc.  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  iSTherwood  KELSON j-T-RII., Number 22, Fraternal Order  ix of Eagles, meets every heeOnd and fourth  Wednesday ineach month in Fraternity Hall.  Vwiting brethren welcome.  W. .los.***---1, Prosidont.  CHAKI.I-.S I'iicsm!, Socrefnry  Yarr :  liluii ow, 91  Too. of Hendryx street, Nelson  (John Rae, Agent j  R. REISTERER & CO.  -H-CWI-ItS AND I-OTT-.KI-S OB*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and r_gujs_*  del.very to the tiade  B.ewery at Kelson  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. SO, W. F. of  Al.���Meet-, in niiiici .' union looms, lioith-  cint corner Vic! orla and Kootenay sticets, evoiy  Saturday e\ emiig at 8 o'clock. Visiting niem-  bers welcome.  Jami:_i W_i.-___q. Sco'y.    Cii \s A. McKav. Prep.  THK i egiil.ir meetings of flicCirpctileis' Union  aie held on _YedneMl,.j c\i,iiing of each  week. ai. 7 o'clock, in Ihe Slmeis' Umon hall cor  iili* Victona and Kootcn.iv stiects.  R. HOl-INSON  Picsident.   J A ..IKS COLLING. Sccreljuy.  TIJA!)__'��� AVDLARORtOLNCIL -Tliciegu  liu nn cling- ol tliciS-Isgii TiiKlc-niHl i-iihoi  ( oimcil will lie I to Id in 111'" wintr-.1 union n.Ul,  ei��nei of Viclwi.i oiid Kootennj "-liuclh. on Ihe  Inst and Ihiid Thuisdny of each month, at  7.30 |i in.  il. J. Twoi-Pi;, i'ic*��. .L H. M w m f-w, Scc'i.  The Nelson  Saw and Planing  ills, Limited.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension^, Lumber, Roughi and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts*  Charles D. J* Christie Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors*  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  Fir-ifc door -west  ol Hank of Rritish  Columbia building.  GENERAL BROKER  P O. Cox ..23    Phones: Oflicc 117, House 102  Can aga*n is=nc (hose desiiable smallpov and  fe.or policies sucunng vou 5>1<"> per week. A  shipment just received.   Pnce_$3and ��1.  REAL ESTATi; FOR SALE IN ALT. PARTS  OF TIIE OITV.  0-A.J___._E_.  OB _P_��3:0-]-rT_El  J. E. ANNABLE  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.   It is .situated at  tho corner of Mill and Josephino stroetb ill one of  the bestjevidential jioitious of Nelson, and is>_  easily accf-.sible from all ptu ts of the city.  The course of study includes (lie fiin.-a_ncni.il  and higher liinnchcs of thoiough Kngli_.li education: I-Uhiiiebs course���bnokkcopinK. hIciior-  raphy and typowritipg. Science course���-iiiusic:  \ocal and iiibtruruont.il, drawing, etc Plain ai t  nml iicudlcwoik, elc.  Kor tcim.s nnd particulars apply to the'-Sister  Superior.  Miss Palmer  Will open her  KinderKar-Ciiand  primary rfchool in  THK KM-LISII  CilUICOil school  room on I lie 2nd of Janunry, 1W0. Koi terms nnd  all imrticiilarrt apply lo MISS PALM KH,  At residence of Mrs. J. It. Itobertsoil, linker  Street West,  Nol^cTwoRiT"  Itul plain oi cry day bnsinch_ in ulud wc  teach at tlio  Vicloi la  Sticet  NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE  (jfood for Giils us well as Bojs  REAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE,  A Bargain- House nnd   two "iot.., on lower  Josephino ,ui<l Ctiboiinta stiectt-, for sale, S1B03.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  , i is lUiUouluily requested.  Office and Mills corner Hall and Front Streets, Jfetoi fl MIS'., A. L. McCUECOCH, Seeiol.n*}  W. Starmer Srr|ith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Street Opponite Opera Honsc  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby gi. en tii.il I intend to apply ,it  the next meeting or the Roaid ot License com  missioncrs foi the City of Nelson, held aftci the  cxpin.tion Of Umtj d.ijs fioi'i the date heiccf,  fot'ii (innsfor of the saloon license now held 1)}  me, dated tho loth day of .lanuiuj, lfX)fl, foi llie  i-oe'ega ��aloon, situate on the east half of lot 'I  block 1, Nolson, II. C, to W. 0. Robinson of Nelson, B. C.  Dated this 7th du> of Pebruary, WOO.  Witness;   II. li*. Macixoi>.     It. K. SMITH.  HOTIOE   OF   ANNUAL   MEETING.  The annual meeting of the subsoiibois of the  Nelson Libi-in- Assni lation uill be held m the  schoolroom of SI ..,_. ioiiis Kpis^opal Uniuli Or,  AVednesday 2KL rebiu.nj, ,it 8 p. m . for the  pui pose of i ecoi\ ing i epoi ts of oflices s and elci (^  mg new dncetois fur the CiiMimg join*. A lull  attendance uf all mteieslul in tho lilmuy woik  /f THE TfilBtTNE:  NELSON B.C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY  IT, 1900  BANK OF MOMEAL    the bank of  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  CAPITAL, all paid nip.. $12,000,000  BEST.     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Georgo A. Drunimond Vice-President  I.. S. Clouston General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Northwest Corner Baker and Stanley Streets  Branches in London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cubic  Transfers.  tli.int Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc,  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C.^and Dawson City,-N.%VT.  Savings Bank Branch  CUI.KEXT RATI. OK INTKKKST PAID.  BOUNDARY   MINING   NOTES.  Gicenwood Times.  The Oro Denero in Summit camp  is to be equipped with a live-drill  compressor plant. (The company  proposes making small shipments  as soon as they can get cars from  tho C. P. R. The connection between tho east drift from the bottom of the main shaft to the No. 2  ^/tunnel is completed. Besides giving ample ventilation for the mine  the connection has opened up a fcc-  .ioii of stopiug ground fully 100  feet in length.  It was learned Wednesday that  the deal on the Mountain Chief, in  Myers Creek camp, -was closed.  The representative of tho Montreal  syndicate which purchased the controlling interest in the stock will  shortly be in Greenwood to wind up  matters. Tiie Mountain Chief is  owned by a (Jroenwood company.  The annual meeting of the Cariboo Consolidated Gold Mining and  Milling Company was held iu Toronto on the 7th instant. The directors recommended that an addition  of 10 stamps be added to the mill,  and stated that there was ore  enough already blocked out to keep  the mill going for several years.  They decided to change the name of  the corporation to the Cariboo-Mc-  Kinney Milling and Milling Company. Total dividends paid to December 31st, 1899, $109,337.52.  The shaft on the War Eagle, in  Greenwood camp, has reached a  depth of -15 feet. The ore now being taken out is a black hematite  and copper. Captain Shields, the  suuorinteudent,has a force of 12  meii a_ the mine, and is working  three eight hour shifts in the shaft.  The shaft on the Marie claim, the  south extension of the Ruck horn  mine in Deadwood camp, is down a  depth of eighteen feet. The ore encountered is a calcite with iron  pyrites and copper. Harry Shallen-  berger is the owner.  Eight car loads of ore have already been sent from the Winnipeg  mine, in Wellington camp, to the  Trail smelter. A ninth is now being loaded at Hartford Junction.  Duncan Mcintosh, president of the  Winnipeg Mining; .Company says  that the smelter returns were most  satisfactory.  '  FACTS.  heliograph signals that were being  made on the other side of the lighthouse. The keeper was watched,  and it was found that by the use of  an ordinary heliograph code lie  signalled each new arrival of troops,  each movement in the port, and the  number of men, cannon and horses  to accomplices situated on a mountain some distance away. These  messages were repeated from post  to post, and reached the Boer headquarters on the Tugela river in two  or three days, and this had been going on for some time since the outbreak of the war. The keeper  eventually confessed that' he Was  paid $300 for each telegram and before beginning his operations had  received $3500 on account. His  guilt was proved by an examination  of his account at the Transvaal  National Bank, which has a branch  at Durban, and: which paid him the  money. He was a full-bred Eng-  lishmani'sixty years old, and- had  been employed in the'lighthouse for  a long time. His wife and five children would not believe in his guilt  and a painful scene took place when  he was transferred on board a man-  of-war where he was shot.  Had No Money on Him.   '  New York, February 14.���Police  captain Reynblds tells au interesting story of how he captured W. F.  Miller; the 520 per cent a year syndicate man. He says he learned that  a young man who was suspected of  being a go-between was in New  York, and shadowed him to Mont-  The United States treasury has  announced a decision to the effect  that sample bottles of brandy en-  teiing the United States must pay  duty.  Coal is dearer in South Africa  than in any other part of the world,  and cheapest iu China.  Spain has had thirty-one years of  waifare during the last century.  Tho atmospheric pressure on a  man of average stature is about fifteen tons, yet it is not felt.  If all the money in the world was  equally divided among civilized  people, each person would get $30  as their share.  In the British Isles during the  last century, seven instances have  been recorded in which the bride  has married the best- mini by mistake.  There are in circulation in China,"  at the present time, coins bearing  the names of emperors who "lived  2000 years ago.  An English Traitor Shot.  New York, February 14.���A  story sent to the Paris Temps from  its correspondent at Durban, which  tells of the execution of an English  lighthouse-keeper, who was a spy in  tho service of the Boers, is printed  by the Herald today. One day  while a troopship was passing  the high promontory on which the  lighthouse is situated, an officer's  attention was attracted by singular  CHAIRS (?)  Well, rather. We received an entire car, #  (1300) of chairs last Tuesday, containing g  fancy diners (in suits or otherwise), fancy ||  rockers .in cobbler seat or wood, cheaper #  dining chairs finished in golden oak and g  cheaper ones still suitable for either dining n  room or kitchen. There are a few office tilt- ��  ers in the lot. So you can'tstick us on. g  chairs, either in design, quantity or price.  real. This man" "and the fugitive  met on a corner and shook hands.  Captain Reynolds recognised him.  ��*'He turned in surprise and looked at me when I spoke to him," says  the officer. " Do you know me ? " I  asked of Miller.  "'I am captain Reynolds of  Brooklyn," I told him.  "He did not seem much to care.  'I'm willing to go back,' he said.  'I'm tired of being away aud want  to see my wife and babies.'"  Miller had only severity-five cents  in his pockets when he was captured.   Representation Unchanged.  London', February 13.���In the  parliamentary   by-election  in   the  Rosendale- division of Lancashire  today to fill the vacancy caused by  the retirement of John Henry  Maden, Liberal, who had represented Rosendale since 1892, Mr.  Mather, Liberal and Radical, defeated-Dr. C. Kingsburg,. the Conservative candidate, by 1372 votes.  This popular hotel, which is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, when it will have' 40 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  SMOKE  ROYAY SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED-BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS .TO *1   >  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  A Big Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  KRE8H ~  I0o  ALWAYS  COOL  McArthur  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Go.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA  COAL!     COAL!  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON;  GREAT REDUCTION  Hard Coal  Anthracite  $9-65|c��_r'sNe8t  DELIVERED  $6.15  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C,  111 H  W. P. DIOKSOH  B. H.H. APPLE WHAITB  J. MoPHBB  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ���    ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete HUeotrlo Elo.T-lpme_.t8 for Blectrlo Power Traniimlsslon and Lighting for  Muxes, Towns Blectrlo Plxtures, .Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annnnciatori-, Bto._  P. O. Box'COU.' Josephine Street. Nelson, B O.  ^3���     C|   W>   West  &  Co  Lethbridge Gait Goal  Tho best value for tho money in tho maiket  for all purposes. < ���  tekms cash      W. P. Tiernev, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Office with C. D. J. Christie.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. C.  Coffee roasters and doalers in Tea and Coffee,  Offer* fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound f  10  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, _ pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds  1 00  A trial order flolicited.   Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 869. TELEPHONE NO, 95  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large - comfortable bedrooms and  fli-sb-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  W|rs. E. G. Clarice, Prop.  LATE OK TIIE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  lV]addeti House BsatreeterNei_s_?  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  Tbe bed-rooms are well'furnished and lighted  by electricity. -v  The bar la always stocked by the best domes*  tlo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL  ERIE, B. C.  Kirst-closs in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars.'--Every comfort for transient  and resident guests,--.-  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  .   JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  The boat glass of beer to bo had in Nelson is at  THE CLUB HOTEL  &f&egd E. J. CURRAH, Prop.  BooH Binding  AND  BooK Making  The Tribune has a thoroughly equipped Book Bindery in  connection with its job printing-department. All kinds of  books manufactured to order,  and any kind of binding or  rebinding done on short notice  The Tribune  Association,  Limited.  BURNS BLOCK  j'_^-i  .**.**.  .__.*_*���.  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THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C., jSATURDAY FEBRUARY  17, 1900  1-4  1  111-  li-J-  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  Brushes  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 Gross Rubbers and Overshoes  Buy Maltese and get the best  213-215  J. A. GILKER  BAKER STREET  NELSON  m  M  before going East to  buy goods for the coming year, I wish to announce that all goods  purchased from me this  month I will give a reduction of 10 per cent  with engraving done  free of charge.  Iu Watches, Jewelry,  Silverware, Sterling Silver, Decorated Lamps,  Sewing Machines, and  Pianos. All goods of  guaranteed quality.  Our manufacturing  department is at your  disposal. We aro ready  to make anything you  desire in gold chains,  lockets aud ring*..  Our Watch Department has expert watchmakers. Our Optician  Department is controlled by an expert-optician. I will be very  glad to receive your  orders.  ^333s_^\s?  Buy Spoons  "Silver Plate that Wears:*  Tfrhcn  you  knives, forks, etc., buy reliable brands,  even if Ihcy do cost a little more. They  are worth the difference. The prefix  "1847" ou any spoou orfork insures the  genuine Rogers quality, famous for wear.  -_ Full -r.ule-marlc.  1847 Rogers Bros.  J_\C0B   DOVER,  JEWELER,  NELSOJ.  m  0.  I Owing-to the War g  fifti And good tunes general))* dowi^ lia.it, all goods* hare .ulv.tiscrd from 10 to #��&  !sf 40 per rent, and having'nmdc our sjning i_-iroh.t-.es                          => l-L  Op ' 9  # Before the Advance g  ���2$ W  __\. Our price-, will be us low ns_ ever, and v.c ad.isc our ciislomeis to buy m__  V&f non \-lillc our stock ii complete   I'nce. are snro to bo h.gher Liter on. 'H?  _& The bulk, ot our spring ifoods .no here now, nnd wo oiler ..;ju__t-l bargains ^Sfi  ^> '     in all lincf.   . tigg,  *&& Dies'. Goods from 15c up.             .                                               " '���.*'  ||| Black Crcpons .it $1 '23, ?1.j0 and S2. ^  o_k >"ow tlesijjns'm Prints ut 8c, 10c, 121a nnd l_c.   All f.v-l color-.. job*  v^ Wmppiiiclle goods iiLlCe l__a ami I5c. WP  ($h Dies-, H_nts in black lustre, sages/ami cicpons, fiom ��1 lo ��10. ^^  *&* A few Ladies'Sllkr Shut Waist-., to clear, at ��:!,3ft.   These wcijb icgul'ir ^st  *|5* ?.. goods. ' W  gj$ Flannel Shut Wgists at ��1,7."., regular S3 good-*. ^j��|  ��Our Overshoe Sale ��_  \g$ IsPtillon, and .is llie season is late wc are olloiing them at slaughter prices. &&  #S3i lreieare a few punch.   Ladles' Alask.is, .it iWc.; ladic*' button ovcrt.hoen, ___  ~p* !.t.$!...0��� m-'ii'i. buckle o.er_hoes, at ��1,50; lu���iibcimcn's mbbcr_, at $1 .il), *||[  m fcl.7_.-_mI$.'0U.           ' Q9  J.LLIO'!' BhOUK  BAKKH fe'l UKKT  A. FERLAND & CO.  urns  Head Offick at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets nt Nelson, Hossland, Tr.iil, Kaslo, Ymir, j��>ando__, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Tories, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  CITY LOCAL NEWS  W. II. Warren of Nelson has  transferred to J. T. Holden also of  Nelson, a half interest in the Blue  J_iy and Humming Bird mineral  claims. The properties are located  on the west slope of Morning mountain, adjoining Sandy creek. The  consideration stipulated in the  transfer was $200.  The remains of the late Mrs.  William G. Hanna, the victim of  the fatality on the Athabasca road,  were taken by the bereaved husband to Cold Springs, Minnesota,  by the Nelson and Fort Sheppard  road this morning. Interment will  be made at Cold Springs, where  Mrs. Hanna was born aud from  whence she came to Nelson four  years ago on their marriage.  Considerable friendly rivalry exists between the curling rinks skipped by W. Richardson and G.  Steele, the players being most  evenly balanced. A test match  was curled the other evening for a  box of "Royal Seals" donated for  the event by T.J. Sims and the  outcome was as-follows : Dr. Armstrong, P.. E. Wilson, H.D.Hume,  W. Richardson,skip���9; Joe-Thompson, J. F. Bradley, T. W. Huston,  G. Steele, skip���7; II. D. Hume has  offered another; box of cigars for  competition and the rinks will meet  again ou Monday night.  Nelson may have a new hospital  iii the immediate future if Dr.  Frank Ewing concludes to build  one to accommodate possible  patients among the workmen on  the Balfour extension. When in  charge of the Nelson & Bedlington  road Dr. Ewing had five hospitals  in operation along the line, and  while acting in a similar capacity  on construction of tho Robson &  Pentieton, he established three hospitals along the line. Dr. Ewing is  going into the matter now and will  disclose his intentions shortly."  Sullivan, Gannon and Burns,'the  three men ticketed for the penitentiary at New Westminster, will  probably bo taken away from the  provincial jail ou Monday by chief  Bullock-Webster. Sullivan's wound  is healing nicely and he can travel  without danger. He will carry the  leaden pellet away as a souvenir of  his experiences in Nelson.  Nelson wholesale men are inore  than pleased over the settlement of  the labor troubles at Sandon, and  the effect of the adjustment has already been felt hero by various  wholesale houses in the shape of unexpected and substantial orders.  The influx of,miners to the district  has started in good shape and the  C. P. R. has reaped its share of the  harvest iu fares.  In the case of Jones vs. Davenport in the supreme court yesterday, the plaintiff was seeking to re-  _cover_ on_a_ jndgment _grantod_in_  Minnesota. The case chiefly turned  on the point whether the 13. C. or  Minnesota statute of limitations  applied, and his lordship reserved  judgment, li. M. Macdonald appeared for the plaintiff and A.  Whealler of Kaslo for defendant.  The cold snap has caused considerable trouble at the Athabasca.  The water conduit froze aud rendered it impossible to supply air to  Iho drills- now working in the drifts.  Twelve or fifteen men were laid oft  yesterday and ab many more are  expected down the hill today.    It  was rumored that a permanent  shut-down, such as several of the  mines in the district have inaugu-  ��� rated, was on the tapis, but E. Nelson Fell, manager of the property,  informs The Tribune that nothing  of the kind is intended and that  the whole crew will recommence  work as soon as the weather moderates sufficiently to thaw out the  pipes.  An interesting point has arisen  in connection with the policing of  the Balfour extension while construction is in progress. When the  Crow's Nest road was under way  members of the mounted police  were stationed at the various  camps, aud the opinion is expressed  in some quarters that a similar  course will be adopted on the Balfour road. On the other hand it is  argued that no mounted police were  on duty on the Robson & Pentieton  construction, aud that as the Balfour road is comparatively short  the police work will be left in the  hands of the provincial force, which  is amply equipped to handle the  business.  '  A crust of ice four inches thick  was the proposition which the  navigation officials had to face yesterday'morning.- Tho ice breaker  was requisitioned and with- the  steamer Kokanee supplying the  motive power, a channel was  opened through which the boats  passed without difficulty. Navigation was delayed somewhat as the  steamers required to exercise considerable caution in threading the  chaunel.  Dr. McGuigani one of Vancouver's  best known aldermen, has been  spending a few days in Nelson with  his brother-in-law, Mr. Fife.  The case of Bigelow a*s. LaBau  was postponed yesterday morning  as the doctor was called away on  professional busines:'  <  F. R. Stewart returned to the  coast yesterday, but is expected  back .hi Nelson shortly. He has assumed the management of F. R.  Stewart k Co.'s business at this  point aud will make his headquarters here permanently.  T. J. Sims, secretary United Charities organization, has "requested  The Tribune to acknowledge the  receipt by him of checks from J. H.  Bowes aud Beer Brothers to be devoted to the work of tho organization: _ As has already been stated,  the society has under its care several men whose cases arc really deserving and contributions to the  funds can be placed where they will  accomplish the maximum amount  good.  * The Nelson ladies' hoekoy team is  to play at Rossland today if nothing arises to disturb tho arrangements concluded.' The te..m will  lack the assistance of Miss MeDer-  mid, who sprained her ankle while  skating at the rink tho other night.  Dr. Simon J. Tunstall of Vancouver, was in the city yesterday.  He is a prominent member of the  masonic order, and was en-route to  Rossland to attend a meeting of  the brethren at that point.  Any persons disposed to contribute literature to the passengers  and crew of .the steamer Moyie, can  leave the same at the C.P.R. ticket  office. There are all told about  twenty-five passengers, in addition  to the crew, on board the steamer,  and as they are likely to remain in  "qnarantine_for_ten "days they will-  appreciate reading matter.  Conductor Archie Leitch, who has  the passenger run on tho Canadian  Pacific between Brandon and Moose  Jaw, is among those quarantined on  the steamer Moyie.  F. W. Cameron, of the C. P. R.  telegraph staff, is the patentee of a  most iugenious fountain pen nib,  on which he lias secured a patent  in tho United States, aud for which  a Canadian patent is pending. Tho  contrivance may bo described  briefly as   two   Bank  of England  "Mltf  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  KASLO  SANDON  pens arranged to fit; over each  other in such a manner that an  open space is left which retains a  quantity of ink sufficient to last for  half an hour's  continuous writing.  The school building erected by  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace is extremely commodious and suitably  ifitted up. Although the school was  started so recently, there are already 80 pupils on the school roll.  The average daily attendance during this week has been GO.  W. H. Bullock-Webster, chief of  the provincial police, arrived, in  Nelson last week after a two  mouths vacation in Somersetshire,  England. He1 was accompanied by  his brother, Edward Bullock-Webster of Keremer, B. C. Mr. Webster states that'''half the people one  meets in London are in mourning,  and that the Avar is taken far more  seriously in England than is the  case on this side of the water. The  British troops march down to the  transports with grim, set faces,  while the Canadian contingent  went off with a smile* aud a jest.  This he attributes to the fact that  the realities of war aro better  understood iu England than here.  A meeting.of the directors of the  general hospital took place yesterday, at which routine business only  was transacted. On March 13th  the annual meeting of the hospital  society takes place. . The feature of  this meeting will be the election of  six directors to take, the places of  the gentlemen who. retire after  completing their two years' term at  the board. The retiring members  are W. A. Jowett, John Hamilton,  D. McArthur, A. G. Shaw, C. E.  Miller and F. W.*Swannell.  The Knights of Pythias will  attend divine service at St. Paul's  church tomorrow afternoon. In  the evening Rev. R. Frew, the pastor, preaches on "Abraham."  ' BUSINESS   MENTION."  AVanted���Employment as housekeeper or at chamber woik b\ an experienced  woman,   Apjilj X, Tribune ollice.  There is an opportunity at present for some one of our (jood," rcii iblc, pushing  cisi/ens to -.ecure the agency ot llio Imperial Life  Assurance Coiiip.iiiy. by appljin^ In the pro-in^  eial manager, .1. W. XV. Stewart at Yftncouvrr.  Here's Bargains  fvP'S SUITS  Wc have about 25 omts of c.ood serviceable  tweeds, odds and cne-i of our $10��nd S12suifs, all  sizes are in the lot.   Take your choice for ?7._0.  lioy'b suits, warm and nice, extra good for Utile piico.  L'ndei wear at special low prices.  Bargains in men's! and boy's caps, socks and  tied.   Quality good���prices low.  WE HAVE STOVES  But while  we   are  waiting  for the cold weather we  would  draw  your attention to our line of  -NICKLED COPPER WARE  i  Including Tea aiC Coffee Pots, (several designs) Enamelled Handle I.ippcrs, Pudding Dishes, Tea  Kettles, etc., and the only place you can got them is at  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  MP  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  vv<  .���<^.'g'^*g:,*g"g'g*af'g-g-g*^ ���_a.-2__>.yis.>i>.,!��.^.>��s.---.--!a----->*---��-V .  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  WHOLESALE AND l.KTAII. DKALEH5 IN*  Groceries  _   Provisions  <_=_>  f  K_   Hams   .  >-  fcrf  Coffee  Butter '  Dried Fruit  Teas, Spices  Pickles, Sauces  Vinegar  Goods delivered freo. Mail  oideis ciiefully attended lo. '  Nothing  but  the  bust.   No  cheap goods.  ���f  fcT!  ���-3  tel  Crockery  Glassware  Dinner Sets  Tea Sets  Chamber Sets  Office Sets.  Bar Fixtures  Japanese Ware  Fancy China  Wholesale and -retail mcr-  ehanLs, No. ISi Maker SIl cot,  telephone 10. P.O. box IC. &  W.   Try a dial Older.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  PHONE 3,  We Want Your Trade  BOX J7.  AND   IF   PnMCES   ARE   ANY   INDUCEMENT   WE  SHOULD   HAVE   IT.  I ho fact Unit wo sell inoie goods, and the best goods at lower psiecs all around Minn any other  sioio In out Jiife i-, bu-Oinuig \vide-spi.\id; judging by Ihe letter oiilois Unit wo m-eive fiom .ill  p.ut.sof the country. \Ve undei-biiy our eoiiipuHtoi^ consentient)}* aiu al .._>j-sina position (ogi.o  better , aides.   Tnerefoi c it is no surpi isc that over} body makes our utoi o tlieir he..d.piai loi s*.  Baker Street,  Opposite Queen's Hotel,  BROWN & CO.  I Bi$!  t  enay  ALL KI-TOS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON :i  Baker Street, Nelson ^   &   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Uy }oui* re-idem c is v. hen; wo  are to be found to attend lo  }our Kicccry tinde.  ight on the Corner  s have in _t received a shipment of <.\tr,_ flin IU .ored Ceylon and India Tea. J  ie frs".h roas-ted Mocha and .lava Collce. TIiu-k' kooiIb wo can leconmncnd to a  i wanting riomelhing choke.   On'e us* n t-ial.   We Jniow we can please }OU.  Wc  bOIl  one  \J.o  any-  Jos*cphlne and Silica Streets',  opposite Mctt-odtbl Church  PATTON & EN.MAN  We cleared our stock of Blankets anil Comforters, and to do  so we will make a ijiieeial drive upon them. Kere are a few  samples:  Comforters from SI to 15  While Woolen Blankets fpom $3.50 to $5.50 pep pair  Cotton Blankets $1.25 per pair  There lias been a rapid advance in the price of woolen goodg  during the past few weeks, ancl those who take advantage of  this offer will save fully GO per cent upon present market  values. This is a genuine bargain. We must clear the goods  out to make room for our spring stock of prints and ginghams.  Call and satisfy yoiu'self.  CUT PRICES^ IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  And I want to be in it. I have just received  Vail samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $.50,1)00 stock to choose from mode to  your order at prices nover before heard of in Nelson. All the latest lads in Fancy Vestings for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  I-Owost prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  Tlje Western Mercantile Co., Limited  Successors to M. 3.csBri��ay & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceis JSAKI.K ST1.I.ET, NiCLSCNr  When You Want the  BEST CANNED GOODS ON THE MARKET  TELEPHONE 161.  Boulters Tomatoes and Marrowfat  Peas, Standard Brand Sweet Corn  p. o. nox l-fi.  HOUSTON' Jif-OCK.  Blue I-iblini! Ten Ahvuy.. on Hand.  Fresh V.Kg-i J-ecoived llaily  John -V \rv\t\g & Co.  _\SK YOUR GROCER FOR TJjE CELEBRATED  CLEANING  AND  KEPAIRIXO  artin  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MAI)K GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  Palaoe !V|eat Market  Thi_ will be Ihe place to place your orders for  choice fresh und salt meat*   It will  Open on Saturday  A feature will bo made of the poultry and  yame trade. They will always be on hand diir-  ing their aeaion.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  109 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  BLACKSMITH ING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Rolled  The Best that Money can Buy.   Take no Other  JVIamifactnred by tlio Rnickman-Ker MHlltiR Co., Ltd.  Victoria, Vancouver, WeHtinliwter. E<lmotmm,Nel__on.  TENTS AND AWNINGS  Now isthe time'to order your tents and awnings  for the spring. Any size tent or awning made.  The only factory between Winnipeg and the Coast.  Oats  224-226 Baker Street, fiehot\.  Houston Block, Baker Slieet.  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  flre_-c_H__8 wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and custom work from outside pointa.  Shop:  Hill at., between Baker and Vernon  SAWMILL   POR   SALE  The sawmill and pl.mt lately owned by Joseph  T. Roberts, at Rjkorl'y Landing, and consist lug  of a SU-horsu powei boiler, ongme, Grillith &  Wedge top-rig sawmill, edgor, planer, bolting,  etc., etc., will be sold wheie they now stand.  Apply (o  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON, Solicitor...  TO YOUR LOT LINK  .VE DO IT     S1U_ US  GAS FITTING OUR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Opera House Block, Kelson  STRACHAN BROS.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS  WEST ________ STUBET NE__0.. OPPOBJTB SILVER KING ______���  >fci  ���.:���������}?:���.���

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