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Array DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  unje  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY JVIORNHSTG, FEBRUARY 28 1900.  PRICE. FIVE CENTS.  CRONJE SURRENDERS WITH  All His Troops.  . London, February 27.���The war  ollice lias received the following dispatch from lord Roberts: "Paardebcrg, February 27- 7: lo a.m.���Geueral Croujo aiul all of his force  capitulated unconditionally at daylight, and ho is now a. prisoner in  my camp. The strength of his  force will be communicated later.  I hope that Iter majesty's government will consider this event satisfactory, occurring as it does on the  anniversary of Majuba."  London. February 27.���The secretary of state for war announced in  >thc house of lords this afternoon  that the prisoners captured with  general Cronje numbered about  8000 men. General Cronje will be  sent to Cape Town. The officers  captured by Roberts besides Cronje  include the following well known  commanders: Chief commandant  Wolverans, member volksraad; field  cornet Frus, Scandinavian; major  Albrecht, the famous German artilleryman; major von Dewitz, a distinguished German officer, responsible for most of the splendid engineering works of the Boers since the  both tho house of lords and house  of commons today. Reference to  tho Canadians evoked immense and  prolonged cheering. Balfour, government leader in the house of  commons, said he had no information relative to Boer guns.  London, February 27���0.35 p.m.  ���It is announced that Roberts has  notified the war office that the  number of Boer prisoners approximates '1000, of which about 1500  are citizens of the Orange Free  State and the remainder citizens of  tho Transvaal.  BUSINESS IN THE SLOGAN  commencement of the war. Twenty-nine Transvaal officers were captured and eighteen Free State officers . made prisoners. The guns  captured from the Transvaal forces  were three 75-centimeter Krupps,'  nine one-pounders aud one Maxim-  gun. cFrom the Free Staters the  British captured one 75-centimeter  Krupp and one Maxim gun.  London, February 27.���Tho wa r  office  has  received  the   following  dispatch     from      lord      Roberts:  "Paardobeig,   February    27th.���11  o'clock   Tuesday    morning.���Prom  information furnished daily by the  intelligence department  it  became  apparent   that    general    Cronje's  " force was becoming more depressed  and  that   the   discontent   of   the  L, "troops " and   discord    among    the  leaders   weio    rapidly ^increasing.  ^ This feeling was doubtless accen-  ,   tuatcd    by    the'    disappointment  caused  when  the  Boer   rein forcemeats,    wliich    tticd    to    lelievc  Cronje, were defeated by our troops  on   February   23rd.       1   resolved,  therefore, to bring pressure to bear  upon   tho    enemy.       Each   night  trenches  were pushed forwaid to-  watd the enemy's  laager, ��o as to  gradually contract his position,and  at the same time  I bombarded  it  heavily  with  artillery,'-which  was  yesterday aided by the arrival of  four   six-inch  howit'/crs,  which   I  had ordered up from De Aar. - In  carrying  out   these   measures  tho  captive balloon gave great assistance, by keeping us informed of the  dispositions and movements of the  enemy.    At 3 a.m.  today a most  dashiug advance was made by 'the  Canadian regiment and some engineers supported by the First Gordon  Highlanders and tho Second Shrop-  bhires,  insulting in our   gaining a  ~poiiifc some O00"yard��"liearertlie cnT  einy, and within about SO yards of  his trenches,   where  our  men entrenched    themselves   and    maintained their positions  until  morning;.    A gallant deed worthy of our  colonial comiades, and  which lam  glad to say was attended by a comparatively slight loss.    This apparently clinched matters, for at day-  light the letter signed by general  Cronje, in which he stated that he  surrendered   unconditionally,   was  brought to our outposts -under a  flag of truce.  "Jn my reply, I told Cronje he  nuisfc present himself at my camp,  and that his forces must eomo out  of tlieir laager after laying down  their arms. By 7 a.m. J received  Cronje, and dispatched a telegram  to you announcing the fact. In the  course of a conversation, he asked  for kind treatment; at our hand*,  also that his wife, grandson, private secretary, adjutant and servants might accompany him where-  over he might be sent. I reassured  ,liim, and told him that his request  would be complied with. I informed him that a general officer would  be sent with him to Cape Town, to  insure his being treated with proper  respect; while enroute. He will  start tliis afternoon uudor charge  of major-general Prettyman, who  will hand him over to the general  commanding at Cupe Town."  "The piisoners, who numbered  about 8000, will be formed into commandos, under our own office! h.  They will also leave today, reaching  l\J_odder River tomorrow, when thoy  will be railed to Cape Town in detachments."  The above dispatch was read iu  Picking ud Quickly.  Nkw   Di:nvkr,   February   27.���  [Special  to  the  Tribune.]���If   the  presence of commercial men in the  camp presages good times and general prosperity,  stirely the fact is  realized,    for   regular    hordes    of  drummers are touring through the  Slocan.     No less than nine  were  here ou Sunday, and   every day  sees the procession  continuing in  volume.     General travel, too, has  greatly increased, as hotel men can  testify.    More strangers are seen in  the camp now than for a year past.  Sundry odd capitalists have put in  an appearance, aud talks of several  deals are iu  circulation.    Business  is  reviving   generally,   and many  new enterprises are being started,  particularly    at    Sandon.        This  change has been brought  about by  the settlement of the labor troubles  in. the camp two Aveeks ago, and the  indications  are  that   the    coming  season will be the best the camp  has yet experienced.  The Hartney group, on Silver  mountain, is just now .looking its  best, having a splendid showing of  ore in all the openings. In the  lower drift there is two v feet  of ore exposed, of1 which ten  inches is solid galena.* The  Hartney will make a great mine.  On May 1st the next payment falls  duo, amounting to 10 per cent,, and  there Js every ^probability that jib  will be met.  Ab the Fnterprise mine the force  has been doubled. Ore is being  sacked and shipped iu carload lots  to the smelter at Everett, Washington.  The Payne shipped out 300 tons  of ore la?t weelc by the Canadian  Pacific. Upwards of 100 men are  employed at the property.  The Noonday lead has,, been en-  epuntered on the Adela claim,  owned by Messrs. Tiiomlinson and  Bolander of this town.  It is expected the i Slocan Star  will soon be in full operation.  Store men are ^offering in the  camp than there is room for at  present.  Petitions have been circulated  throughout the district praying  the minister of justice to give an  intelligent interpretation of the  Dominion alien law, and if it does  not apply only to American citizens to have "it_so"amended-as~~to~  affect all foreign Countries. They  have been extensively signed.  Copies will be sent to the provincial  and Dominion governments anil to  sir Wilfred Laurier.  CONFUSION NOW REIGNS IN  Politics at Victoria.  Victoria, February 27.���[Special  to the Tribune.]���Lieutenant-governor Mclnnes today refused his  sanction to tho coalition deal which  was arranged last evening,, by  which five members of tho opposition were to desert Turner for the  government, and today dismissed  premier. Semlin. It was reported  that D. G. MacDonell of Vancouver,  had been called upon to form a ministry, but this has since been denied.  ' Victoria, February 27.���[Special  to the Tribune.]���When the legis  has no annpunceh..'3ut to make tonight. The gentlemen he has consulted have probably nob yet decided who will, head their combination.       ���  HOW THE EUROPEAN PRESS  When the  lature   met   at    2:30   o'clock   this  afternoon premier Semlin said that  he had last night advised the lieutenant    governor   that     arrangements had been completed whereby  the government were assured of an  efficient control of the house.    This  morning he had received a communication    from    his    honor   in  which he declined further to be advised by him   and   his colleagues  and stated that he was about forthwith to seek a new adviser. Semlin  offered a resolution declaring  the  regret of the house that his  honor  has seen fit to dismiss his advisers,  as they have an efficient control of  the house.   He asked the house to  divide upon this latter, in order to  make perfectly clear the position  of the government.   Tho resolution  sets forth that it is  undesirable at  this time to interfere with the legislation or the business of the house ;  and that the legislature therefore  regrets the action of his  honor in  dispensing with the services of his  advisers.  The debate is still in progress. In  the course of it Turner asked Semlin if the lieutenant governor had  signified who was advising him,  and when answered "No," Turner  said there was then no government  and that an extraordinary state of  affairs existed.  Victoria, February 27���[Special  to The Tribune].���The coroner's inquest occupied the legislature until  close on six o'clock, when a verdict  was returned against the lieutenant-governor by the adoption of  Semlin's resolution declaiing the  dismissed government to have the  confidence of the house. Three  members of the opposition voted  for it, these being Baker, Helmcken  and Irving. The debate was confined almost exclusively to the  opposition. Turner, Baker and Mc-  Bride made interesting revelations  and confessions of their share in  the overtures for a coalition which  have been in progress, and were  roasted by Martin for the abandonment of principle for the prospect of  office. Martin warmly resented the  attacks on the lieutenant governor  and held that his honor had taken  the only possible course in dismissing Semlin, He held that after the  defeat of Friday Semlin had only  two options, to resign or ask for a  dissolution, and that to attempt instead a deal with men_who _had  just voted no confidence in him  was simply intolerable.  Pooley scored the members of  the government for bringing in  such a resolution as  this when not  Depew in Form.  Washington, February 27.���Mr,  Depew of New York addressed the  senate today on the Philippine  question. His oration wtis beautiful iu thought aud diction. He  strongly uphold tho policy of the  administration and in conclusion  pictured so brilliantly commerce  and civilization jnoving hand in  hand for the happiness and uplifting of the people of the Philippines  as well ab those of this country  that tho galleries were swept by a  storm of applause.  Chinese Getting Ugly.  Pbkjn, February 27.���Tho anti-  foreign attitude of the government  grows more pronounced daily and  is regarded as extremely menacing  *to foreign enterprise. Never in bhe  last forty- years has bhe central  government been so intensely anti-  foreign- Several Chinese have been  impeached and imprisoned because  they assisted in obtaining concessions for foreigners.  Plagud Breaks Out Again.  San Francisco, February 27.���  The steamer Australia arrived  fiom Honolulu today. The Associated Press correspondent at Honolulu, writing under date of February 20th, says: "After twelve days  passing without sign of the plague,  three eases were discovered yesterday, and all ended fatally."  .one of them had been man enough  to enter a word of protest against  the governor's arbitrary course in  dismissing Turner, aud held  they  were   entitled    to    no   sympathy  whatever now that they had been  subjected to tho same treatment.  Higgins spoke to the same effect.  '  Repeated requests to Semlin  to  read tho lieutenant-governor's letter to the house brought  no response, and the premier could give  no information as to who had been  called in to replace him. "Prentice  offered light on this subject by raising a question of privilege with the  assertion that Dunsmuir and Martin had been called on and holding  that their   silence under the circumstances Avas an insult  to the  house.    The two members  named  were   called    to   the   government  house after Semlin's dismissal and  had   a long   interview   with   the  governor.  Dunsmuir took unusual interest  in the proceedings this afternoon  and, meeting Baker in bhe lobby  after Baker's speech in favor of the  Semlin motion, eluded him for his  course and applied the epithet  ���'turncoat," to which Baker made a  spirited response. The two were  about to come to blows when they  were separated.  Rumor has it that Dunsmuir is  the choice for premier, and au official announcement is expected tonight.  Victoria, Feb. 27.���Later���[Special to The TribuneJ���The governor  Views Cronje's Capture.  Amsterdam, February 27.���The  evening papers generally express  the opinion that general Cronje's  capitulation does not mean the end  of the war. The Algemein Handels-  blad says : "Ibis a long way between lord Roberts,and Pretoria."  The Nieuwerterdamsch Courant  says : "We awaits with confidence  the further course of events."  Berlin, February 27.���The German newspapers are disappointed  at the surrender of general Cronje.  They admit that lord Roberts has  shown real military ability and  dash, and that the Boers have lost  in Cronje their most skilful leader.  Vienna, Feb. 27.'���The Australian  press regards the;capture of general Cronje as the' most important  incident of the war thus far, and  the first decisive;: British success.  The Wiener Algemeine Zietung  says: " The Boers have now shown  that they are not strong enough to  maintain the offensive and the  British have struck a blow that  cannot fail to haVe. the greatest  possible eifecb upon the future  course of the war."  Rome, February 27.���The capitulation of general Cronje has produced a painful impression in Rome.  The Tribuna says: "The capitulation is undoubtedly important, but  it does not conclude the war."  The Sanfulia says: "General  Cronje attained the object he desired, namely, to enable a great  part of general Joubert's army to  reach Bloemfontein."  The Opinione Liberal, which  writes ironically of the Surrender,  says: "The British will do well to  make lord Roberts the duke of Paardeberg, and lord Kitchener' the earl  of Petrnsburg, b_tfci*hey will also do  well to make peace."  Paris, February 27.���The news  of the surrender of general Cronje  has made a considerable impression  in Paris, Tho Temps, in tin article  headed '"Honor to both combatants," appeals to Great Britain to  end the war, saying: "If England,  once unfortunately engaged in this  struggle; could nob emerge by ac-  cepting the humiliation of defeat, it1  appears to us that ^hc will do well,  and reconquer the sympathies of all  nations if, after having given proof  of her snpet ior strength, she knew  how to stop herself, and in so doing  stop the scenes of destruction and  carnage now unfolding themselves  in the Orange Fioe State."  Honor Where Honor is Due.  London, February 28 ���After advising tho continuance of the 'war  preparations the Times concludes  as follows,: "But if anything could  enhance the intense and widespread  satisfaction of the nation ab the  achievements of our .troops, it is  the knowledge that the Canadian  contingent played the principal  part in the decisive movement  which forced the stubborn Boer  leader to own that he was beaten."  The Daily News says: "To the  Canadians belongs tho honor of  having hastened the inevitable. It  would bo rash, however, to suppose  that the Boers will sue for peace or  that all our diffieultiesare removed,"  BRITAIN'S JECJPTION   OF  Roberts' Achievement.  LonAon, February 28���4.30 a. m.  From John O'Groat's to Land's End  there has been cheering today for  the queen, and a universal singing  of tho National Anthem. This,  with mutual congratulations, is the  Briton's way of celebrating the  most cheerful day of the war. Already he is taking stock of the situation and measuring the future.  There is no disposition to overestimate the success. - The government  entertains no illusions. As announced in the house of commons,  10,000 additional troops will immediately go out, and the effective  force will be kept near 200,000.  Lord Roberts has done more than  to capture 4000 Boers and a few  guns. He is within striking distance of one of the Boer capitals  .and is master of a large district of  the Free State. He has given a  shock to Boer confidence and has  immeasurably restored the spirit of  his' own troops. In capturing  Cronje he has taken a leader whose  presence alone was worth thousands to the Boer cause. The best  opinion here is that the Transvaalers are certain to continue the fight  with undiminished valor but it -is  not so certain about "the Free  Staters.  Lord Roberts has not allowed the  correspondents or descriptive writers with him to supplement his  plain narrative as yet and there  are some points in doubt. It is not  clear whether the 4000 prisoners include those taken in small parties  before the capitulation. What has  become of the rest of the Boers who  held the Magersfontein lines, and  where are the big guns? The small-  uess of Cronje's forces causes some  wonderment.  The morning papers without exception comment upon the achievement of the Boer leader and men  in holding off for ten days a force  six to eight times as large as theirs.  Bj itish opinion is far ihore generous  in victoryJihah in defeat.  Sir Redvers Buller is having a  hard time in Natal. It is evident  now after a fortnight's fighting  that he was misled when he wired  that there was only a week rear-  gum d between him and Ladysmith.  Apparently some of the hardest  fighting of the war took place "at  the end of iast week, as au armistice was agreed upon to allow of  attendance upon tha wounded and  the bin ial of the* dead. Both sides  must have lost heavily. At any  moment, however, news may come  of general Buller's success. Friday  will begin the fourth month of the  siege of the garrison, which is seemingly in a position Avhere it is unable to do anything to  help Buller.  Canadian Casualties.  London, February 27.���The.list  of casualties among the Canadian  non-commissioned officers and men  is as follows: Killed���Corporal S.  B. Whithey, privates F. C. Pape, G.  Ormon, F. AV. Withers, W. A.  Riggs, M. J. Qniuu and two others.  Wounded��� Corporals W. S. Bradoe,  F. AAr. Coombs, C. G. 1 ful me, privates  A. Bagot, .). L. Bradshaw, II. 13.  Durant, F. J. Livingata Roy, sergeant AV. Peppicott, privates F. AV.  Sprague, K. Villous, E. IL Hughes,  J. F. MeConnoJl, A. Pelkey, II.  Proul, J. Hinovert, A. Therinult, F.  AVasdecl, corporal F. R. Rutherford,  and ten others follow.  Exodus From the Transvaal.  London, February 2.S.���The Lorenzo Marquez con espomient of the  Times telegraphing Tuesday .says :  "Many foreigners are leaving the  Trannvaal and numerous government officials have started for Holland. Adelbei t Hay, United State1-  eonsul in Pretoria, is earning the  respect of both Boers and in blunders and proving himself tactful aud  assiduous,"  SCENES AND COMMENTS IN  ���    ��� London Last-Night,   London, February 28.--At all  the theatres and music halLs last  evening bhe wildcat enthusiasm was  displayed. Everywhere patriotic  pictures, songs and illusions were  applauded to the echo. When the  news arrived tit the house of lords,  there was a small attendance of  peers but the prince of Wales entered the chamber ju.*?t a* lord  Lansdowue was reading the message from lord Roberts. He immediately walked over apd ��at with  lord Salisbury, entering into a long  conversation with the premier.  The morning pa pert) are jubilant,  but they all warn the nation  against ovorconfidenoo. '  The Standard .-ays: "If lord Roberts had been allowed to prosecute  the campaign iu 1881 how different  the nfory would have been. But  the "nheel has run its full circle.  The errors and hesitations of the  Gladstonian era are nt length being  relieved.*'  The Times says: "The British  now- will do well to avoid illusions.  The effect of general Cronje's disaster is not to be calculated. It  may conceivably lead both the  Transvaal and the Free State to recognize that thoy are overmatched,  but a defeat of this kind, .serious  though ib ic, would not bring tlio  men of our lace to their knees, and  the Dutch are almost as stubborn  ancl tenacious."  addressing the volunteers at Guildford this evening, referred to the  "gratifying turn of the tide in  South Africa," and paid a high  tribute to the services of the colonial forces. He said that long  marches would . still have to be  undertaken and there might be  privations and further vicissitudes  in store, but the country would  never forget the deeds of her sous,  nor the great achievements of lord  Roberts.  WILKINSON  SUPPLIES   HIS  Valuable Suggestions.  London, -February 28.���Spencer  Wilkinson, reviewing the military  situation in the light-of general  Cronje's capitulation, says: "On a  moderate estimate one-tenth of the  Boer army has been taken out of  account by the capture of general  Cronje. The battle of Paardeberg  is a miniature Sedan.  "Tomorrow the whole of lord  Roberts' army, say 45,000 men, will  be ready-for a fresh advance, if, indeed,.the start be not made today.  The objective must be the next  Boer army of importance, which is  in Natal. The next i move, therefore, with a view-of drawing the  Boer army from Natal, implies an  advance on Bloemfontein or some  point on the railway" between  Bloemfontein and Wynberg, which  would sever the connection be-  bween bhe Boers in Natal and those  south of the Orange river.  "If th6 Boers make a stand west  of Bloemfontein so much the better.  AVith 45,000 men lord Roberts may  well be able to envelope and to destroy a respectable force. The effect of the Paardeberg victory .will  probably be a movement northward  of the Boer forces south of Orange  river.  "In Natal the effect will be moral  rather than strategical. The effect  of the elation on one side aud of  depression on the other will be  equal for the moment to the addition of a brigade to general Buller's  forces. The Boers in Natal have to  face a crisis, as, if they send troops  to the Free State, they will sa'eri-  fice the whole result of the long  campaign before Ladysmith. AVhile  not to send them will render probable a second aud still more important victory by lord Roberts a few  days hence."    ,  BULLER'S TERRIBLE  TASK  dis-  Pie-  do-  the  Pointed Out.  London,   February   28.���A  patch to the Daily Mail from  termarit/.burg dated   Monday  scribes at considerable length  enormous   difficulties    ot    geueral  Buller's task and says:    "The real  advance   began   last   AVednesday.-  The stupendous nature of the task  was only understood when, being  on the spot, one was able to r6alize  what ib means to hurl infantry at  positions aligned in every.direction  with carefully prepared   trenches  and with breastworks defended by  practically invisible riflemen armed,  with the most deadly rapid firing  weapons and aided by quick firing  guns which put all but our cannon  of   the   largest   calibre    into   tho  shade."  . London, February 28.���A special  dispatch from Colenso, dated Tuesday,   February   27th,   says:    "The  Boers are endeavoring to outflank  us, and severe  fighting  continues."  Coi.enso, February 25���(Sunday)  ���In the attempt of  the Inniskill-  ings on Friday evening to rush the  Boer position on  Pieter's  Hill, tho  Boer fire was so terrible  when the  infantry emerged from the cover of  the trees that almost every man in  the leadiug half of the company  fell wounded.  ^NELSON LOCAL .NEWS.  5Tefc Over.  27.-.Mr. Williiim  St. John Brodorick, undersecretary  of state for foreign  affairs, when  Work Not  London, Feb.  Ladysmith Heard From.  London, February 28.���The Daily  Mail has the following from Ladysmith dated Saturday, February  24th : "Yesterday the Boer retreat  continued. A party of about  seventy en route for the north  drew rein near Limit Hill. A battery of 15-pounders placed nob far  off, .suddenly opened fire and practically annihilated the party. A  Boer ambulance was later on seen  collecting the dead and wounded.  The Boers are trying to form a  biidge or drift across Klip river,  south of Umbulwana, evidently for  the purpose of permitting-the passage of wagons and artillery in  "their retirement from Colenso. Our  guns are preventing this work from  being carried on.  Correspondent Murdered.  London, February 28.���Mr. Par-  slow, the correspondent of the  Daily Chronicle at Mafeking, who  had previously been reported accidentally shot nnd killed on November 2nd was, it appears* from the  diary of i\ Morning Post correspondent and from a letter received  by tho Daily Chronicle, murdered  by lieutenant Murchison of the  British artillery, reputed to be a  man of fine persona! ability,  Koyal Congratulations.  London,Feb. 28. ���It is understood  that the queen and the prince of  Wales have received a telegram oi"  generous congratulation from emperor AVilliam on tho victory of  Paardeberg. King Humbert and  queen Margharita also Mired congratulations to the queen.  Boers Driven North.  Alit'NDKi.,  Feb.   20.--The  pressure,  Boers,  evacu-  undr British pressure, have  ated their positions in this neighborhood, retiring northward. In  the fighting hereabouts their loss  is thought to be considcrable,as 25  graves were found.  Traitors' Congress Postponed.  C.vi'i: Town, February 20.���The  Afrikander Bund congress lias been  postponed. The explanation given  is that owing to tho enforcement of  martial law in several districts the  members might possibly be unable  to attend.  H. E. Croasdaile, manager of the  Hall Mines, Limited, is in Toronto.  It is rumored that his mission to  the only wholesale city in Canada  that is unwilling to sell goods to  the merchants in the mining sections of British Columbia is "to dispose of the assets of the Hall Mines,  Limited, to Gooderham & Black-  stock, who are said to be willing to  -purchase a smelter.  The passengers anil  erew of the  Moyie are to be released on  Saturday, and certificates are being prepared   for   them   by   the medical  health officer,  Fred Irvine & Company and the  Hudson's Bay Company will close  "their establishments each evening  on and after * March 1st at 6.30  o'clock iustead of- 7 o'clock as lias  been the rule heretofore.  Hockey teams representing the  Hudson's Bay Company's staff and  the local wholesale grocers' met at  the rink, and indulged in a friendly  match which was won by the Hudson's Bay men, the score being 3  goals to 2. ^  Output of Ymir Mine.  The official statement of the output of the Ymir mine in December  is as follows: "During last month-  2330 fons milled produced 1333  ounces of bullion and 135 tons of *  concentrates.- Shipped 135 tons of  concentrates and 17 tons of smelting ore. The total receipts for the  month are ��3655 ($18,275); expense^ ��182$ ($0110). Deei ea?e -is  owing to a breakdown at flume."  Thin bihigs the total for the eight  months during which the 10-stamp  mill has been running to nearly  $200,000, of which $50,000 was distributed in a five per centdividend.  Talk of Peace.  London, February 2S.���.The Capo  Town correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph, telegraphing Monday,  say.��: "There is talk of peace in the  air. The English organ of tho  Afrikander Bund proposes the formation of a conciliation committee,  the object being, of course, to save  Boer independence."  "While lord Roberts was holding  Cronje at Paaideberg, ib is understood that general Frennh was  moving toward Bloemfontein."  Where are Cronje's Guns?  London, Feb, 28,���The military  critic of the Times suggests that  general Cronje probably buried  some of his big guns. AVith regard  to the large number, of prisoners,  the disposing of whom presents  some difficulty, the wiiler suggests  that they be sent to St. Helena, adding: "General Cronje, according  to a great precedent, might be accommodated with Hie large retinue  lie desires at Longwood."  Nelson's Congratulations,  AVhen the news of Cronje's surrender became generally known  yesterday, a committee of citizens  decided to send a cable of congratulations to tho war oflicc, and the  following telegram was despatched:  "Lansdowue, London. Congratulations from citizens of Nelson, British Columbia,'on splendid victory." TIIE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28  1900  �� !  Now is a good time to select your spring suit or overcoat.   It may seem a little  early, but better buy early than w.vt until lines are broken.   Wu have just received a large shipment of suits and light overcoats, and will sell you sorgo and  tweed suits for men front ��5 up.  See our llcgent Street suits for young men, the newest thing out.  \<>  r  if |  J.v  I Si  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  SEE THEM  Bring your Repairing  Balder Street  Railroaders  Look Here  We have Shoes built to suit  your business. Good substantial soles. Soft, pliable,  but strong uppers at prices  ranging from $1.25, $1.50  and up to $4.50  Lillie Brothers  position upon the subject of the  eight-hour law ? Failing this  would the Miner's affection for the  Conservative leaders prove sufficiently strong to enable it to swallow the noxious eight-hour law ? to  which the Miner has attributed  every unwelcome circumstance since  its passage. If the provincial Conservatives mean what they say, the  Miner cannot shout hosannas with  them and continue to stick pins in  the eight-hour law.  *f. 00 ��� 0* '0* . 0* .0* . 0* '0* . 0* -0* ��� 0* '0* ��� 0* ���  *iGr-^^^^ 4_]j��^_p*4^^_K tfTJfc    ^__^* ^-___^P*^__B-^ ^^___^^_______^ ^3fc^4^____P^ ^^___M*r  _*��� !_____��� 0* . fi*.  ��� -^^ .  ���fi*'fi*-00-00-fi*-fi*  ' 00' fiB> ��� fi*- fi* ��� fi*  0* ��� fi*- fi* - fi* 'fist;  Xlf  iff  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and  ��� Josephino streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankcls, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbors,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  OOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMI-  TED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesalo  grocers.  ���fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street, Nol-  "    son, wholesale grocers.  COAL.  0ROW'S  NEST PASS  COAL COMPANY.���  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbe, Agent. Baker street. Nelson.  w  iff  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  M  ili  \t>  Hi  ^eeseeeeeeese^.  SEND  FOR  SAMPLES  %-3��3a��___:*5:__3:-33S*  * Ladies'        _\     a;  iff  Hi   Mackintoshes  lb  t   Latest Styles  m  w  ��  w  it  iff  iti  iff  NEW   SPRING    GOODS  We have opened this week a large shipment of import goods direct  from English manufacturers, therefore we are able to sell W  goods much cheaper than buying from eastern houses  iff  iti  i -  The Seinlin administration was  dismissed   by   lieutenant-governor  Mclnness  yesterday,   and   the air  was full of rumors as to who would  he called upon to form a govei n-  meut.   Yesterday the province had  ��� no government; but the legislature  met and its members discussed the  action of his  honor  in  dismissing  premier Semlin and his colleagues.  According to the statement of Mr.  Semlin, his dismissal was received  after he had  given   an assuiance  that, by a coalition, his government  had again secured   control  of the  legislature.   This   would  make   it  appear that the dismissal was at  least   irregular,   though   probably  not more so than the dismissal of  the Turner administration before it  had an opportunity of meeting the  house.   Tho resolution introduced  in the legislature rby  Mr.  Semlin  yesterday, after his dismissal, was  virtually ^one of censure upon the  lieutenant - governor,     and      the  mere   fact   of   Mr.   Semlin's moving   it     suggests    that    he   has  some definite understanding  with  certain members of the opposition.  If thisr understanding goes  to  the  extent of these members easting iu  their lot with  the Semlin  party,  they can'make it rather unpleasant  for the lieutenant-governor's choice  as first minister.    Supply has not  been granted yet.   The legislature  may use this as a lever upon his  honor.   There is a persistent rumor  that Joseph  Martin will be called  upon to form a cabinet.    If supply  was granted it would  be possible  fpr him, in_the event of being called  upon, to administer the affairs  of  ��    the province until February  next  I    without calling the legislature toll    gether.    It is further hinted that it  r - was a prospect  of- this which reu^  1    dered the recent coalition possible.  |    Should his honor, in the event of a  I    show of strength in the legislature,  |    consent to a reconstruction of the  I    eabinel, a general election   will yet  \    be avoided; but in such an event  I    premier Semlin and every member  I   of his late cabinet who might again  J    accept office would havo to go back  ���    to his constituency.   The meie fact  of their dismissal would render this  j    necessary.    Fn the event of a satis-  I    factory coalition being effected the  j    present legislature   might  be   ad-  !   jounied   until   the new   ministers  ,  had  an opportunity to go before  their constituents and be again returned   as  member1,  of the legislature.       "  The Miner is attempting lo discredit the officials of the Dominion  government for selecting the lot at  the coz'ner of  Vernon and  Ward  streets for a site i'or a public building.    It is well known who inspires  the Miner's attacks.   The   parties  are interested in  real estate holdings at the corner of Victoria and  Ward   streets.      Every   wholesale  firm in Nelson i.s satisfied with the  site   selected.    No   complaints are  heard from three of tiie four banks  Ninety-five  per cent of the retail  merchants   are   well   pleased.     In  "fact,    a    Tmm'Nis    representative  found but one business man yester  day who expressed himself as opposed to locating the public building on the sito.selected. "'  The present mix-up in political  matters at Victoria has rendered it  easy for newspaper correspondents  to puff their respective favorites.  It matters little how absurd the  rumor may sound ; if the correspondent thinks the person to be served  would like to have his name connected with the ollice of premier,  why the connection is made. In  this way C. II. Mackintosh of Rossland, is set up as a strong man to  form a government; and Dr. Bowes,  also of Rossland, makes his appearance as an advance agent for the  strong man. Why should the place  go to a strong man? Every premier  the province has had has been advertised as a strong man ; why not  go in for a little variety and try a  fat man? If the conditions could  be changed in this respect Nelson  could put up a budding politician  who would put them all to shame ;  and he would not object to tho advertising cither.  ���The best solution which the Nelson Miner can suggest for tho present muddle at Victoria is the  'adoption of the system of party  government. While there is no immediate prospect of the adoption of  the Minor's suggestion, it would be  interesting to know where the  Miner would get off in such a contingency. Would the Miner continue to support the Conservative  party ? If so, would the Conservative party consent to reconsider its I  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  �� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co.  AWRENCE   HARDWARE   (COMPANY���  Baker St.,  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies.   CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Cornor Vemon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and \\ holesalodcalers in terated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole ap.cntsl.or Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone _0.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corncr Baker "and  ��� Josephine sheets Nelson, ���wholesaledealers in as^ayers supplies. Agents Ifor Denver  Eire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   \b  Dress  INCLUDING  JI  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholosalo  dealers in 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 liquois, cigars,  cement, fire brick and flio clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and genoral commission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesalo dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New  minster.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CJ.GAM MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets, Nelson, manufacturers.of "Hoj al Seal" and "Kooto  nay Belle" biandfe of cigars.          iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  grain.  Wi  est-  PAIKTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesale 'dealers in paints, 01H  and brashes of all kinds. Largest btock in  Kootenay.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealeis in fieshand cured meats.  Cold storage.   POWDER," CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manuiaetureis of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesalo dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY���Vemon  street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions, produce, and fiuits. Agents for Sw_tft &  Co. bacon and hams.   T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.���Corner Vemon and  u��� Josephine streets, Nelson, w holcsale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and egg'?.   iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iti  iff  iti  iff,  iti  iff  iti  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 col?  ored 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.  Shirt Waists and Wrappers  JUST IN  We have opened up and are marking the  largest stock of Wash Shirt Waists and  Wrappers ever received in Nelson. Eight in  style and right in price.  Black and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50.  Black Brillanteen, plain* and fancy, $52.50  to $9.  Ready-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  *a  iff  iff  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  W  iff  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ..&i  NEW GOODS  ARRIVING  DAILY *  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED T670.  ^y^ _??*ec__��!Y��^  A CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages    .  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  Onions  PR. STEWART & CO,���Warehouses on C. P.  i ��� .R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,'  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce fand  fruits. Cold storage." Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, ham's, lard and other products.   MANITOBA PRODUCE A ND COMMISSION  CO.,Ltd. ��� Nelson   branch.   Hall   street.  Wholesale dealers m butter, eggs and cheese.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON   SAW   AND  PLANING   MILLS  LIMITED���Comer Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturer of and wholesale dealers  -In Sash and doors; allkinds of factory work made  to order.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  TVJELSON TKXT AND AWNING K_.OTOItY���  J-" Il.iker street, Nelson, JU.mufftrMircis of nil  land', of tents, awnings, and canv.is good-..  r. O. Hu\- TH.   Theo. .Mad'-on, propiietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Comer Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholopalo dealers In -wines (oaso and bulk)  and domostio andimported cigarb.  ARCHITECTS.  iff  it(  m  <n  <n  m  %  Ladies'  and Children's  Cashmere ffose  rS-s-e-e-s-tfcs-f**^  rvine & Go.  -^M**?^*?**^^  *  m  *5i  The  _  Latest  Neckwear  tifeccfrees-cetrefr^-  Xti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Xlf  'fi^1^^'^^^^-fi*'^fi*-fi*-00-fi*'fi*-fi*-fi*-fi*'0*-fi*'fi*'fi* ^^���^^���'��^"^^''>*<',��*k��>fc>��>B_K'>*,*'*^*%fc-'>*v''Vfc.��,*^'.^_.',*fc. �����������**  Xlf  iti  iti  M  Ward Bros,  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  The Nelson  Agents for I & J. TAYLOB SAFES  "CUVART  & CAIUUE-Architocts.   Rooms 7  J-J   and 8 Abnrdnnn hlonk. Bakers!rant. Nnl<u.i_,  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M.  Meeta fcoepiid Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-Nolson Lodge, No",  25, Knights of Pythias, moots in I. O. O, F.  r Baker and Kootenay stroola ovory  leiting Knights  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  SHERWOOD  nail, corner Baker and Kootenay strools,  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   Vv  cordially invltod to attend.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  n, G. JOY. K. of R. & S.  LKONAHI) SCOI'T, C. C.  TVTELSON h. O. L., ���u.,��_,        .   ���*���'    Hnll, corner Baker and Kootenay t-treots,  No. 10S2t meets in I. O. O. F.  t-treots,  Visiting  lbt and 3rd  Friday of each month,  biolhcrn cordially invited.  _i>*-l^ItlN&2i__^*^'_AVi-5llv_^l?iir2_J?i��-^c5;  TSJELSON yBRIE, Number 22, Fraternal Older  ���^ of Eagles mcoth every second and fourth  Wednesday incach month ia Fraternity- Hall,  virtiti'iu; brethren welcome,  W. Gos.m.i i., President.  Ciiaki.i s I'ko&sj.u, Secretary  Firftt door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  Nf I-SOJf, BRITISH COLUMBIA  TRADES   UNIONS.  TyTELSON MINIMUS' UNION NO. 90, XV. V. ot  x* jyf.���_VTe<ls In mine.-' union moms, north-  fnsl comoi Victoria and Kooten.iy Micels, eveiy  Saluid-.y evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting members welcome.  Ja.mi._s Wu icrs, Scc'y.    Ous. A.McKav. Pies.  ITQIE rcgul.ir meetings of tlio Cirpcnterh' Union  ���L- aie held on Wednesday cicning of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Mincis' Union h.illcor-  mr Vietoiia and Kootonay sheets  li, ROBINSON  l*iesi(lent.  __j JAMi;S COLLINO.Soci clary.  TKADtS ANJ) LA BOIt ff)l 'Nf'IL ���The lcftil-  U< meolwiiff. of Ihc Nelson liadcs.unl Labor  Cnttiic.il will beheld in the nimeis union hill,  comer of Victoimaml KooUnaj lIiccIh, on tho  Hist ami thud Thursday of each month, at  7...0 p. in.  tl. J, Tiioiti'K, Vi ch.        J. U. M.VTIU.60N, Scc'y, I  as ��*.��,  GENERAL BROKER  P. 0. Box 523.   Phones: Ollice 117, Hou&e 1G2  VOll SALE  l-i oom house innd 3 lots   1 lot Jin koi sheet    1 Ti loot ciiiiicr ml Hobson sheet..  '2 kits on C.trboinitc street ..    .   .  TOR KENT  5 i oom house, mcdui n c onveniences  LOANS AND INSURANCE  C .ill and see me if jou ^i*-!i to sell buy orient  J. E. ANNABL  aw ana  ills, Limited.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  sings, Window Stiles, Turned  sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  ;s, Store Fronts, Doors,  St JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by tho  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated ul  tho corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best rcsidonti.tl-portiona of Nelson. nml-W   easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course of study includes the fimdamcnlitl  and higher branches of thoiough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, ntcno{j-  rapliy and typewriting. Science course���inusic;  vocal and instrumental, diawing, otc. Plain ait  and needlework, elc.  For terms and particulars apply to, the Sister  Superior.       _ _  Iss Palmer I  nil open her  Kindergarten and  primary school in  HK KNGLISII  CHURCH school  room on the 2nd of January, 38(H). Foi terms and  All particulars apply to MISS PALM Kit,  At residence of Mrs. J. K. Robertson, Raker  Street Wost,  Work, Band-  REAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE.  A  Bargain���House and   lv,o  lots, on lower.  Josephine and Ciubonatc blieet>, for .sale, $!o(X) '  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  NO FANCY WORK    ,  Hut plain every day business is what we  teach tit tho  32*��ta   NELSON BUSINESS OOLLECE  Good for Girls as well as Boys  A. E. BARROW, A.M.I,OIL  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and IContenay Streots.  P. O. Boy 559. TELEPHONE NO,   95  TN THK MATTKK OF AN APPLICATION  -*��� FOK A DUPLICATI'. OF A CEKTIKIC'ATK  OF TITLK to lots eleven (11) and twelve (\-2),  block twenty-seven {Tt), City of Nelson, B. C.  Notice is hcicby given that it is my intention  nl. the expiration of one month fiom Hie  publication hereof, to issue a duplicate of (be  Coititlcatoof Tjtlc to the above lands, issued to  George A. H. Hull, on the 20th day of December.  1S!��, ami numbciud lfi!3 K.  S, Y. AVOOTON,  Registrar Gem'i al.  Land Registry Office, Victoria, li. C��� Ijlth February, WOO.  NOTICR "~"  Notice is hereby given that I intend to applj nt  the novt mooting of Iho Uoaid of License com  mi&slonor-j for the City of Nol-son, held after Iho  cvpiration of thiilj d.iji from tlio elate hcioof,  for .i (ransrn* Of the saloon license now held by  me. dnled the loth day of Jiinua>*y, 1900, for the  Bodega saloon, .situate on the cast half of lot 11  block 1, Nelson, B. C, to XV. G. Kobinson of Nelson, B, C.  , Dated this 7th day of February; 1300.  Office and Mills corner Hall and Front Streets, Kelso |    WjIjusss: il; V. Macleod.    li, B. SMITH.  aw ana rlanin  ills, Limite THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, WENESDAY, .FEBRUARY 28, 1900  BARK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST..     6.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. Gcorgo A. Druniiiiond Vice-President  K S. Clouston  .General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Northwest Corner Baker and  Stanley Streets  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Branches in London* (England) New Yohk,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy nnd sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Tinnsfois.  Cli ml Commcicinl nnd Tiavelors' Cicdits,  available in an} p.ut of the woild.  Di.iftb Issued, Collections JMado, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  cuimrVT iuii or iN'Trui.&r i'aid.  CASKTO BE TRIED AT THE  Next County Court.  As already announced in The  Tmbunk the next sitting of the  county court will open on Monday  next, March otli. There are fourteen ca^es on the list ready for  trial, i\hose biibject matter is  sketched below. They will be heard  f in the order given.  Murphy vs.  Brandon,  action  to  I settle dispute regarding a house at  Slocan City; Macdonald k Johnson  for the plaintiff, Galliher k AVilson  I for defendant.   *  Palmquist vs. Ilolbrook, action  I on mechanic's lien. Taylor & Hau-  |ningfcon for plaintiff.  Yoik vs. Provost, action on ac-  Jcount; Macdonald k Johnson for  [plaintiff.  Jones vs. luce. Taylor k Ilan-  fnington for plaintiff, Galliher k  [AVilson for defendant. This action  [will probably not be proceeded with  [as the litigants have left the district. ��  Maslouka vs. Maslouka, action on  (account. Taylor & Jlannington for  [plaintiff, Galliher k AVilson for de-  [i'endant.  Carrol vs. Oliver, action on account; K. A. Crease for plaintiff.  SturScon Ars. JIawloy, action to  collect account for board; Galliher  k Wilsou for plaintilT, Taylor k  Ifanuington for defendant.  Hannington vs. Day, an action to  collect bill of costs; Taylor ��fc Hannington for plaintiff.  Moriison vs. British American  Sold "Mining Company, action re  lien on Blue Jny mineral claim;  Gallilicr-iV; Wilson for plaintiff.  Ainsworth Trading  Company .vs.  Gardener, action .on  account: jVIac-  !<lonald'& Johnson for plaintiff.  Hill vs. Malier, action re lien on  [Wobbler .mineral claim; Taylor &  [Hannington for plaintiff.  Christenson  vs. Hull Mines Oom-  ! pa ny,'action to collect wages which  . defendants   claim   to    have   paid;  i Taylor k Hannington  for plaintiff,  J. IT. Bowes for defendants.  Ainsworth vs. Tariff Mining Company, action on account; Macdonald ��fc Johnson for plaintiff.  Keefe     vs.    Buckworth,   appeal  ^from summary  conviction by magistrate  at Ymir;  Taylor ��fc  Iltui-  'niiigton for appellant, Galliher  k  i AVilson for respondent.  BOUNDARY   MINING   NOTES.  Within ten days tho steel on the  De.idwood ciimp spur of the 0. &  \V. railway should be laid to the  Mother Lode mine. The bridge  crews~~have~co~inpleted "tlieir "work"  on bhe last two trestles between the  Sunset ancl Mother Lode mines.  Seven to eight feet a day is being  made in cross-cutting the ore body  of the Mother Lode at' the 200-foot  level. The extent of the ore including the width of the drift opened  *by the crosscut is roughly 110 feet.  It is now being extended in an easterly dhection, as they aro out of  the ore m the west end.  Tlio crosscut from tho Old Iron-  bides into the Victoria, on tho :j00-  i'oot level, is now in .'518 feet, of  which 118 foot is in a, splendid  grade' of chalcopyrite ore. Tho  men are still going through the ore  body. Work will at once begin on  a crosscut in shaft No. 2 of the Old  Ironsides, at the 200-foot level.  When this has been driven about  40 or 50 feet an upraise will be  made to to the 100-foot level, thus  blocking out another immense reserve of ore. The upraise of ISO  feet on the Knob Hill, for an air  shaft, was completed several days  ago.  L. S. Afonlton-Barrett returned  to Greenwood from a trip to the  Golden Eagle in Brow n's camp. He  says that the new shaft to connect  with the winze at the GO-foot level  is all completed. This shaft and  the jwiu/.e gives a perpendicular  depth of 130 feet. The men are  now taking -water out of the same,  whuii work will be resumed in continuing the sinking.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B.C., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  who could appreciate their danger,  by the discovery of a well-defined  case of leprosy in the barge ollice  today. The victim of the dread  disease is Archibald Mandeville, 22  ycaiT. old, a native of Barbadoes,  AVest Indies. Mandeville had  plenty of money and said he had  come north in tho hope that the  cold weather would improve his  condition, lie will be deported at  once.    A   SWINDLER   AND   HIS   DUPES.  One    of   tho    most   remarkable  swindlers on recoid, AV. F. Miller,  whose bait of a promise of ten per  cent a week on all deposits made  ���with his so-called Franklin Syndicate, in Brooklyn, drew multitudes  to his net, is now in custody in New  Yoik, awaiting trial.    He absconded several months ago, when the inevitable   collapse   of   his   swindle  could be no longer staved off, leaving thousands to mourn their folly  in  having trusted him.    His press  agent, Cecil .Leslie, has published a  long 'confession in one of the New  York papers, which throws interesting  light on    Miller's  methods.  Starting out with his Sunday school  class  as  a nucleus, Miller,   who is  only twenty-three   years of   age,  rapidly extended his operations, until in a few months he had taken in  over a million dollars from people  of   all   sorts   and   conditions,   his  methods, now that they are exposed,  furnishing a  simple and sorry  commentary on the ease with which  an adroit humbug Avaxes fat upon  the  gullibility   of human   nature.  The  stroke of criminal  genius by  which    Miller  made   his   Franklin  Syndicate a veritable gold mine was  his  decision to pay depositors ten  per cent on the new business they  brought iu, in addition to their own  ten per cent a week on their own  deposits.   His press agent relates  that, among the deceptions he practiced was the calling up of imaginary brokers on the telephone, and  ordering largo purchases of stocks,  to impress the crowds of depositors  who flocked lo his offices.   After  Milleiv  had    absconded,   and    the  police were taking possession of his'  handsomely furnished   offices,  depositors actually fought with them  to get in with the new dupes they  weio -bringing, of whoso deposits  they were to be paid ten per cent  down.   Leslie states in his confession that 3iiller. a few days before  his flight, deposited $100,000 under  an assumed name with the AVells-  Fargo Exptcss Company, aud that  he lias an ample provision of money,  for his defence.   The Avide publicity which the case has been given  should have the effect of checking  the credulous fiom throwing away  their money, lured by auy form of  the   "get -licli    quickly" swindle.  But it is doubtful whether, so long  as human nature is what it is, a  swindling genius like Miller will fail  to find dupes.  Ho! Hoi  CALL  AND  3EE  Elegant Sideboards  Superb Cheffoniers  Petite Dressing1 Tables  In the Famous Golden Oak  Just Received a Carload of High-class Goods  W. P. DIOKSON  H. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHBB  Kooteijay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Oomplete Blectrlo Equipments for Bleotric Power Transmission and Lighting for  Mines, Towdb Blectrlo Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Btc.  P. O..Box 606. '    Josephine Street, Nelson B. O.  THE CITIZENS  CELEBRATE  lEoberts' Victory.  The news that Cronje and his  troops had at last surrendered to  lord Roberts was received in Nelson  between 11 and 12 o'clock yesterday morning, and excited great enthusiasm among the loyal Nelson-  ites, au enthusiasm that was accentuated by the fact that the  victory occurred ou the anniversary of the Majuba Hill disaster.  Nelson has sent many of her sons  to the war, and when it was known  that the Royal Canadian Regiment,  which includes four Nelson men,  took a leading part in the last and  decisive fighting, the enthusiasm  knew no bounds. Permission being  obtained from the mayor, the fire  department turned out in force in  helmets and uniforms and made a  triumphal run down Baker street  with a big Union Jack^ flying over  the truck.  A large number of citizens also  assembled on the open space where  the drilling contests are held, and  immense numbers of crackers and  bombs were let off in celebration of  the event. Flags were flying all  over town, and the loud cheering  aud mutual congratulations all over  town attested once more the fervent loyalty of all British Colum  bians. ���  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  WAR   PRICES.  A Leper Deported.  New York, February 20. - Consternation was created among the  ofiieers and such of the immigrants  A newspaper correspondent who  escaped from Ladysmith gives some  facts regardiug~the~prietTof food in  the besieged   town.   Luxuries are  'beyond the means of the majority.  - Eggs aro 30s a dozen;   a   small  fowl is 18s Gd ; pumpkins, 12s each :  small vegetable marrow, Gs ;  a  tin  of jam, 12s Gd ; a tin of milk, 7.s Gd ;  a box of sai dines, 3s ; tobacco,  90s  a pound.   A case of whiskey was  rallied for ��HT>.   These prices show  tho effect of unnatural scarcity on  the value   of commodities.    Under  ordinary conditions when such  a  HcaiX'ity appears, or oven when it is  threatened by a combination of cir-  cumsttuiee-i, labor is diverted  from  other   occupations  to the production of the scarce commodity.   If  such ti   scarcity   should  suddenly  arise, the  immediate diverting of  labor   would   tend to  restore  the  equilibrium of values���that is,  the  values corresponding   to the labor  required in the production of each  commodity .   To make, say, chairs  worth six shillings each would  require vastly moio labor than   to  grow vegetable manows  now selling in Ladysmith  at that figure.  Such a disturbance of prices  under free conditions would in-  bnce chaii makers to undertake tho  growing vegetable mariows till the  equilibrium of prices would be re-  stoi ed. During a siege there is not  freedom to adopt the means of  meeting economic demands. The  ohstticles to production are reflected  in the pi ices.  Jamestown Occupied.  iSTCFiKfaPltviT, February 2G.���Boer  reports say that the British under  general Brabant have occupied  Jamestown. Cape Colony. I  At txjis Phair Hotet,: C. F.  Thompson, Toronto; F. M. Stevenson, Ainsworth; Paul Messer,  Rossland; F. J. Ewing, Spokane; H.  G. Kirkpatrick, Colville, Wash.; J.  E. Mitchell, Slocan.  At the Waverley. ��� Alfred  Ferney, Saginaw, Mich.: James  Brown, Vancouver; J. A. Porter,  Victoria; Alex Gardener, Grand  Forks; W. G. Andrews, Five Mile  Point.  At the Hume.���H. W, Sangster,  Windsor, N. &; O. O'Donnell, Kaslo;  H. Green, Grand Forks; J. G. Wilson, Vancouver; J. T. Gates, Victoria; H. O. Collins, Spokane; H. A,  Durkee, Robson; II. G. McCuIloch,  Trout Lake; W. H. Olin, Spokane;  J. L. Swift, Vancouver.  C. P. Hill Resigns.  It is said that a democrat in office sometimes dies but never resigns, says the Kootenai Herald.  This rule has had an exception in  thecase _of_ C5_P._IfiI],_wlio_ for_tho  past seven years has been deputy  collector of customs at Port Hili,  this county. Mr. Hill has tendered  his resignation to take effect at the  end of the present quarter, March 31,  and his decision in the mafcteris final.  Mr. Hill hag a business engagement  that may take him to Europe for a  few mouths, but we learn that he is  a candidate for legislative honors  in Kootenai county. While Charlie  has always been known as a "silver  democrat," these arc times of great  changes in Old Kootenai, and it is  not known at this office what party  the Port Hill man may align himself with.    Dufferin Compliments Canada.  London; February 27.���At a  meeting today of the British America Corporation the marquis of  Dufferin, who presided, referred to  the surrender of general Cronje,  and said that he could not refrain  from offering his tribute of admiration for the spirit of loyalty and  devotion which had induced that  great country Canada to despatch  across the Atlantic those noble battalions of gallant soldiers who were  risking their lives and shedding  their blood, as some 3iad aheady  done, in the cause of their queen  and in defence of the integrity of  their common empire.  Newfoundland Rejoices.  St. John's, Nild., Feb. 27.- The  colonial patriotic fund committee  far warded .$15,000 today to the  London Imperial fund as the first  installment of Newfoundland's subscriptions. The news of the capture of general Cronje was received  with every demonstration of popular enthusiasm. Newfoundland,  long suffering under the inconvenience of French fishing lights, is  especially glad that the Dutch problem is being solved in South Africa.  With Mafeking Relief Force.  Lorenzo Marquez, Monday, February 2G.���A despatch fiom Gaberones dated Thursday, February  22nd, says: "Chief Linchwe has  reported that he made reprisals upon the Boers near Sequani, killing a  few men and captiuing several  wagons and oxen. There were  some casualities on both sides. The  Boers at Crocodile pool notified colonel Plumer that, fearing the natives would attack the wounded,  they had placed their hospital within the laager. Colonel Plumer replied that the ambulance would of  course be respected, but the Boers,  he said, could not expect good behaviour from the natives while they  were invading the territoiy of the  natives."  v  Canadians Complimented.  Loudon, February 27. ���The prince  of Wales, who yesterday (Monday)  paid a visit to tho wounded who  had arrived at Southampton in the  ship Princess of Wales, singled out  the Canadians aud told them how  proud the empire was of them and  of their compatriots a\ ho had come  forward so loyally and spontaneously to make common cause with  the mother country'  A Quick Passage."  Queenstown, Feb. 27.���The New  Yorkers on board the White Star  liner Oceanic, captain Cameron,  from New York February 21st,  were greatly surprised to learn of  the defeat of general' Cronje when  the steamer arrived at Queenstown  at 4.50 o'clock this evening. As the  news leached the liner fiom a tender, passengers and,crew joined in  cheering.     This  'is   the   Oceania's  ftistest eastward passage. The distance from Sandy Hook to Daunt's  Rocks, 2934 knots, being covered in  six days and 22 minutes, previous  record being thus cut down 54  minutes.  Attempt Foiled.  London, February 27.���A dispatch to the Daily Chronicle from  Paardeberg dated Friday, February  23rd, says: "General Cronje's attempt to mount guns was frustrated by our artillery."  Here's Bargains  MIEN'S SUITS  Wc li.no about 25 .lulls r good serviceable  tweed--, odds and encs uf ou. SlUand $12��mtn, nil  si/os are in the lot.   Take j our choice for ��7.50.  Hoy's suit-., waim and nice, cxtin good for little pi ilo.  Undoi w oar at special low pi ices.  Bnignins in nicn's. and boy's caps, socks and  ties.   Qualitj good���pi ices low.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  Baker Sheet,  Opposite Queen's Hotel.  BROWN & GO.  CUT PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  And I want to bo in it. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to choose trom mado to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson. All tho latost fads in Fancy Vcstings for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  RATES $2 PER DAY  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local aud coist.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  -������  ���Mouldings   Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kind".  If WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IV ^TOCK  wi: will make it you voir  CALL AND GfiT PRICES.  Chloride of Lime.  Carbolic Acid.  Bi-chloride of Mercury.  Copperas.  Permangnate of Potash.  Sulphur and Brimstone  for fumigating.  We have all   the  abewe  (with  directions for using) at  reasonable prices.  Carbolic Acid in large bottles,  60 cents.        Canada Drug & Book Co.  NELSON  BooK Binding  AND  Boolt Making  IVjrs. E. G. ClarKe, Prop.  late or Tni: royal iiotel, cai-oary  Waveriy Hotel  This popular hotel, w hich is now being  enlarged and ieno\ .ited, will be reopened  on .March 1st, when it will have 10 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted roonw,  ho.ited with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining loom.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER-  A Big Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best, glass of beer to be had in Kelson fs at  TIIE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  I. J. CURRAN, Prop,  J. A. Saywapd  iHH.Ava T.wtK sti.i.i.'is, iri;r-SO.Y  Contractors end Bnilders  WILL BO WELL TO  uv  The -Tribune has a thoroughly equipped'Book Bindery in  connection with its job printing department. Ali kinds of  books manufactured to order,  and   any kind   of binding-  or  rebindnig- done on short notice  Hjadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  Tho only hotel in Nolson that has remained  tinder one management since 1800.  Tho bed-rooms aro well f urnlshed and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by tho best domestic, and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  The Tribune  sociation  AX  0, 0. Buchaqan*s  A large stock of iirst class dry material on  hand, also a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard!  Foot of Hendryx streofc, Nolson  Telephone. 91    ||o(|Jl   RaS,   flgeilt  The Latest Wall Papers  BORDERS AND MOULDINGS  ~W-o .lie now opium,; up I lit 1 irgcsf stock of  wnllpnpcis bullhorn md niotildmgsoiei rmi'iiwl  in Nelson. Ue pun ha-<ri (ImiiI 11inn lli< Mini,  (ic.il luipoilois ,niil h.tvi llicroiiif InMiloM ili.-  sikii-i nndiloscsl piite--. S|H(.ml((Mol.U]imitu tlio  ll.ule.    . J. Bradley & Go.  niM* i\i) di 'onMints  Coinci' YkLqim .mil Ju'i pliuic sticets, NU-on  f  BURNS BLOCK  D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  I*M_nnY|il ��.ixl regular  delivery to the timlo  B. C. HOTEL   eeib, b. c.  Kirst-clais in e\ery respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  und resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JQSi:i��Ii. CAMPUErjj. Proprietor.  Vernon Street-; Nelson.  R. REISTERER& C(X  iwia\i:its and nonr.KKH of  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Brewery &i Sfateon  WaRon repairing promptly attended, to by a  flrslc"i.��H wheelwright.  Special attention k'^O" to all kinds ot repair-  IrK and custom work from onteido jwinf-a.  hliop-   Ha'l at., between Baker aistt "V'einon  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NKLSON. 11. C.  ColTco roanlersand dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Offer fie-h roasted coffee ot bofrt quality as  follows:  J._.va and Arabian Madia, per pound J  id  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 iioanda  I 00  Fine Santos, i vouiuU        _.  100  Sanfo1. Blond, 6 pound',   100  Our Special lilcnd, 8 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Itoaht, 0 pounds  l 00  A trial order solicited. S.-Jesioom 2tloorscai>t  of Oddfellow* Mod.. "We-.t. Hiker sliect.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Iiliododcntlinnt. I!o>t!-, I infv rwrffretm-.,  -M.ifrnol.ts )liill)s, ni* \ crop l.itun Gl.i-s i^ixfl for  pic-unt or -i>nni{ pltii'tin^. I.nuosi ,i.i<l nio-t  vufiipl. If stm k in \\ i tun f miulii. (all mid  jiuiko join slUiIioii- oi m ml foi i.,i..nlof(ue, Ail  iliti-w .it mil eij l'iuuikI-. md j-ricrnhoiise.  ,M. .1. JIKNHY. I  3000 Westiiiitistci' Ito.nl, Vancoiucr, JI. (J,    Li  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  .Special attention xivoh to i.imih ii.idf  Tfl<>��!ionc ��B  llAct "iifci.  T  ?  Hard foal  1 Anthraulo  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.651 [&r,,,Kest   S6.15  DELIVERED  tlKLKl'HONK  33  C. W. West & Co.  lethbridge Gait Coal  The bc-��t ^.tlnc foi tlu iitonej in the nmtket  'for all purposes.  ���jtkms twsii      XV. V. Tli KS-fcV, General Agent  Telephone M7.    Ollice n ah V.V.J. Christie  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  Provincial Board of Health  REGULATION'S of the Provincial Board of  Health approved by Order of His Honor the  Lioutenant-Governor in Council dated the lath  day of February, 1900.  REGULATIONS  KOK THE I'UKVENTIOX OK TIIE SP11EAD OK BMAI.L-  1'OX TO AXI) IX BIUTIMII COLUMBIA.  1. All passengers arriving at the Boundary  Line from tho south may bo required to furnish  the Inspector or olllcer in churKe of the carrying  out of these regulations with u ccrlillcatti from  tho Health Olllcer of Ihecilv or town whii.li he  or she has left, containing the fullovwng par-  ticuliui:  (a.) Thai he or she has not been in nnj place or  building infected Willi small pov.  (b ) That he or she has not li\ c<l in any place or  buildim; which lies d.ingciouslv near any  infected building oi disti ut:  (c.) That he or she has recently been succesv  fullj MiccmatLd.  2. If the Inspector belic\cs that anj person i*  infected, or that his or her clothing or other effects contain infection, the Inspector shall detain  such pel son. and ln.s or her clothing and effects  as aforesaid, until tho penod of incubation 1-,  o\er. and such person and Ins clothing and other  eilccts shall bo at once disinfected.  U. If ho only suspects that nnj person on board  orthe effectsof anj such per-.on, Iita e been exposed to infection, he shall notify thcMcdicalllcalth  Olllcorof the locality to which thepeison lsgoing  to meet the train or boat, and to keep the puison  thei eaftor under obser\ ation.  4. In the e'ventof anj passenger bruuring nnv  baggage (hand or othmwise). or whethei the  same shall be forwaided b> e\piess, lhe following ceitillcato in.it nlso be icquiiid from tho  Health Oillcor of the tow n or cit\ aforo^ud;  (a/ That the said baggage (liuegiip full des-  cuption of said baggage so lliat there can  be no question as lo identification) lias nut  been in any place or building infected with  small-po\:  (b.) That the said baggage has not been stored  or used in anj place oi building which lie*  d.mgciousl} near any infected building or  district.  5. All inilwaj companies, tmnspoi Ution companies, and '-tnec lines must adhere stuctlv to the  following regulations:  (a) All mail fiom infected distncla destined  for points on the boundai j line, or noi th of  same, niiint be fumigated on in befoie Idling tho last point of call south of said line,  and the nuintci in charge of suchTii.nl miisr  furnish the Inspector oi Ofllcei in ch.ugc of  Ihe ciri j ing out of these i emulations with  a certificate from the Health Olllcci of  such pomtfl wheio fumigation takes pl.u.0  that same lias been done:  (b.) All eais must be fumigated befoie le.ning  Amciicnn points for llrili���li Columbia  points, and the Heilth Olllcci's ccrtilleilo  must be furnished tlmtsiich has been done.  (e.) Xo Indians shall be allowed to land in West  JCoot��na> or East Yule under anj con-  dilioiiD.  JN'OIIKICAIIO-N.  fi. Whenever anj householder knovn oi suspects that anj [hm-oh within his household has  small pov, he shall immcdiatelj, bj special inc��  engerwhen possible, give notice to the Medical  Health Olllcer     "  7. Whenever any phjsic'an Unowsor susperls  that anj peison whom he is called upon to vNit  is infected with or has died of smnjl ih>\, he shall  lminediatelj notifj- Ihc Mndual Health Ollicei.  8. Any plijsirmn so called shall ha\c. for the  purpose of isolating the infected person and his  attendants und of placing the patient, attendants,  nnd all other pet sons residing in lhe same house  and the house itself in quarantine, all Ihc powers  of the Medical Health Olllcci, and thedutj of oi-  doiing and enforcing such immediate isolation  and quarantine slnll devolve upon such phjsi-  cnni until the Medical Health Olliccr has been  notified und has had time to act.  !). Whenever a teacher in anj' school has reason  to suspect that any pupil is sullcring from smallpox, oi that small-pox exists at the house of nnj'  pupil, he shall notif j the Mcdicil Hcallli (Jlllcer  lmmcdiatclj and shall piciont the attendance of  said pupil oi pupils until medical cwdcucu that  no dangci of infection exists has been obtained.  (Vide section#!,sub-sect on.'i, "Health Act, 1W. )  10. Pbjsieiuns, tcncheis and hoiiscboldcis  shall notify_.tho Medical Health Oiiictr of the  presence, or suspected pre .once, of eliicUMi pox,  11. The Medluii IU.illh Olliccr shall immediately gne notice bv lulcgi.l|��li to the I'lovinqi.tl  IJo.ud of HeaJlh of the Hist ca*c of small Don:  w Inch oli_.il! appear in hisdistiict, and slmll I'ui-  tlier/innish evcij- seven d.ijs oi oftcner if ie-  quirnrt a statement showing the number of new-  cases developed, the numbei of I hose w lip have  died, tho number of those who have lecoveicd,  and the inunbci w ho a? c still sick,  * sifsrPin tt) casp  12. The Medical Health Ofllm of ovcij dn.-"  trict. ol anj of his modiml .ismMuiiK hiving ro>  ceived infoiiilnlion of .i-uspei tori case of stn.ill-  po<, shall immediately inqnuu into flic facts,  either bj consultation with the attending plijsi-  ciaji or hj' his own poison il observation, oi both.  If Ihe cliainctci'stic __ymi.innsii.ic not Miflleicnl-  . ly developed at the time of invcugalion, the  Medical liciiltli Ofllcei ��JmJI keep the case under  bin own personal obseiv.ition at the spcc.a! siis  peot s'ntion or I'lscwhutc until Ihe ttuo natum of  the disease is discoveiul. t'ntil the tunc has ai-  n\(d when, iu (he Qpin_ou of tlieMtiiic.il Health  Olllcci, .nl cause foi suspicion ordimgci ispasj,  the suspected case shall be isolated and otherwise  dealt with in Ihe same manne' as prescribed for  a case of Miuill pox. The poisons living in Ihc  Mime house, oi who hnv. been in contact, with  the infected palimf, skill ,d-o be kept imdvi ob '  scrvation. And all such persons nnd the suspected person al.-o shall be mimcdiatclv inccinnird  with the most active vacinic mutter piociiiable.  vctcai. rvsrs.  1..  The notion lobctftkenin thoevent of acaso  of small-pox being dWo\i>rtii isshoitlv  as follows-   (a) Detention,   disinfection,  i~ol iltoiij of  pcisonsiillct ted oi exposed to infection, Ib) dis-  ntfei tion of eai or boat _. ((') vmi m.itioii of till pi'i-  soun u ho have been exposed lo i onlisgion or siis-  pecicd of innvejing (oni.tgion ; id) the l real men t  .is a niispcct of .mj person who refuses tu be vat ���  ciliated; (ej   nnti'Ication of the !o< u! Unaidof  Health Olllcci s at pl.uesof de-iin it ion . IfHioltfi  cation of isccietar} of I'loviucuil Ho ud.  wen vinos.  11. H shall bo incumbent upon I.oial Hnaril'1 of  Health loaiiangc sinlablc tum s (>nd pl.nes foi  viieciniition.airi to give puhlio milu c thei' of.  i'i It fs now deemed netess.irv, .mil i-, heiebj"  oidcied, Unit t< acheis in I'libhc Schools and  High Sohoolhot Colleges shall icipurc ,i ceitill-  uile ofum essfuj Mm Innllon fiom c u li t lnhl m-  lemlmg.il siich !~iliirt)! or I'ollt-ge oi n ccrtilhnli"  thai sin h child is at that pie-i'iit tune misiisi ��� jifi  ble to viuciniifion. J'hc ccitillcaUs sli.ill be  piescnttd on deiiminl to the tcncliti o.' ollui  jn operant hoi i(>.  ri.wi u.\ihr   (>*n   '��t iu:vi,in vcr.l  Id 1'iov ides i]mt un\ peisi n uim violate-, any  Kgtilition of the I'i ni uu ml Bo.tiil sjmll unit -s  il is otherwisi' spi ciull> plovlilcil. by li,ililt< fur  cverv sin h olltiicc io a llm pot c\< idling one  liiiinlit'd dollnis with or without fiisif. orlo mi-  pilsouinciit, with or withour lullcl labor, foi a  teiin not cxi ci ding fix months, oi to both line  i{ld luipiisoiniicnl, in the disc'itiou oflhi'ion-  v lining (,omts  17 tbe aiiialM'ov lUgniations uilopted In Isltli  ,iVO now in fuicc.  CHMII.Fs I  IAKiAN',  Sl.i UU Mtl    PltoWMliLHiiiKUiji- lIl.MWt.  Vitnuiil v, rebiuai j I-'th, l'M>.  }'.\ Command.  !   A.SHMLIX.  I'jtoviNi i vi, Si runiAhv.  NOWCIi   TO   VOTERS.  Coiii.ctv.it im ���> and all fuviitablo to the t onsci-  t,Ui,ve i.iUsoau united to register llicn laiuies  upon the voteis list Hcgisliation ean lake '  placeiuanv tnno, the HU.ilitlea lions being Hut  ish siib)ects. 21 jiais >1 age, si-v monilis" ic's|-  dence in flic pioviiu e and two mouths lcsiilenee  in tliomlintj. The sauu volets list is im��_1 foi  both Ihmnnion and 1'rov iuci.il elections.  The follov ing Will be jdeased ip draw- npplis-a-  tionsat tlicit ollice  fin intending voteis  3ohn HlliOt. .1 11 Howes. W. A. Maidomild, U.  M. Jlacdomild, K. W. HaniiingUin   uul  s m. nu\ nuics.  Societal} O'onsei vative Assoi lation.  TENDERS   WANTED.  Tenders arc ii<nics(td foi (ho pnuh.iw of a  i|U mtitj of mining supplies, tools a ml piovisious.  whioh aie now stoitd at the Wrd��-evc mmeon  Moi nirw moiiiiUiilt Applj at Hie oltli o nt It. C .  ('ampbell-.lohnston._M. K . on Victona s'.ieet. op  positc the Plum Iiotel.  SAWMILL   FOR   SALE  The sawmill and pi nit latelj ow nod by Joseph  T. Robeits, it Ftjkcit s l-.ituliug. aiul loiwi-ting  of a .lOhoisO power boiler, engine. Griffith &  Wedge top rig saw null, ��1koi��� pi vnei', belting,  etc, etc, will he sold whcio llicy now  htnnd.  APS'VaYLOK & HANNINGTON, FoUcitors. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C,  WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1900  a  II  I fen  Is*.  li?*'  mo  P  life  ISf:  IS'  ii  I  I;  IS  Am  J. _.;��!;.;  |?#|  few  EM.-  '�����'���#  i'_$"-'^  ISC/  I--��� &:. -.  receiv:  T  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  Brushes  BATH   TOOTH    NAIL   HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. R Teetzel & Co.  wg  Now i.s the time to get a bargain in .Clothing as we arc  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Raker Street  SILENCE IS GOLDEN  As I havo been piepaiing for spung trade T have not bud time to mention  the up-lo date goods I have been iceieving dailj fiom the nianufactuieis.  Call and examine oui Mock ol Watches, .levvehj Diamonds, Stcibng -Novelties, Silver Plate Waie, Piano Lamps and Onyx Table*.  I i.uij" the l.ugest stock in Biitish Columbia and all guaranteed.  1 have also incicascd my tactoij and am piepaied lo manuf.icluic all  kinds of jowoliy, and am able to compote with anjonc in Hnlish Columbia.  JMj w.iUh dcpailiiioiiL is flist-class, as I only employ the best men and pay  the best, wage*.   All ^voik gitai.xnteed.  Mail oiceis leccive our prompt and caicful attention.  Jacob Dover, the Jeweler  m  m  Owing' to the War  And Jfopd times generally down Ka&fc, all goods have advanced from 10 lo  rM0 per cent, And'haylng made oui spiing puichascH *  _  Before the Advance  Oui prices, w.ll be as low as ever, and we ad vine our customers to buy  now -while our stock n complete.   Prices arc sine lo bo higher later on.  The bulk of our i>piinu goods, are lioio now, and wc offer special bargains  J in all lines,  l)i ess Goods frbm loc "up.  Wack Crepons at SI .2.5, $I..50 aud $2.  New dcaignh m Punts at 8<j. IOj, 12Jc and 15c.   All fast colors.  Wi.ipperetfe goods, at 10c 12jc and 13c.   ������ "  Dress Skirlh lis black lustre, tciges and crcporis, from $1 to ��10,  A few Ladies'Silic Shirt Wahts, to clear, at .$3.30. "These were regular  $.5 goods.  Flannel Shut WgMh al gl.75, regular ��3 goods.  Oup Overshoe Sale  Is --till on, and as tho bcasou is late wo ore oll'oring them at f laughter prices.  lleicn.ru a few pi ices: Ladies' Alns>kas, at Gjc. ; ladies' button overbhoes,  ���ilS-I.V); inon'd buckle overshoes, al ��1.60; luinboinicn's rubbers, at ��1.00,  &l.7Jimil ?2 00.  KU.IOT BLOCK  1JAKKK STKKKT  A. FERLAND & CO. ��  ����5 SB)  urns  Heap Okpigk at  NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail,  I ers in Meats  Markets at   iSfelson,   Itossln.n0,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silverton, New-  Denver, Revelstoke, 1'crguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way,  and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ;enay  AM. KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDKR3 BY MAIL RECEIVE OARFFIO. AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  By j our residence is where we  aie to bo found to attend lo  j our #i ocery trade.  We have nisi iccfihert a ililpmenl of oMra tine flavoied Ceylon and India lea. Also  bomc fiwl'i loafted Jlorh.i and Java Cotlcc. Thoc goods wo can recommend to anj-  ono wanting homotimiff choice.   One iw a tiial.   We know wc can plcaso you.  Josephine and Silica Streets,  opposite Metboilftt Chujcck;  PATTON & ENMAN  .CITY LOCAL NEWS  Tho annual meeting of the Nelson Liberal-Conservative Association will be held iu the board of  trade rooms this evening at 8 p. m.  As very important business will be  transacted it is hoped that all members will make a point of attending, and also intending members.  J. Malliuson Williams left yesterday evening on a business trip to  London and Paris, accompanied by  Mrs." Williams. During his absence  the affairs of the Whitewater mine,  on Rover creek, now under bond to  the Mallinson West Kootenay Exploration Syndicate, Avill be looked  after by T. G. Proctor. Mr. Proctor expects to set men to work on  the property before long. Mr. Williams expects to be back in Nelson  inside of two months.  J. M. Williams, who went to Victoria with a petition asking for a  wagon road up Lemon creek from  Slocan City, has returned without  securing what he wanted. A meeting with the executive to discuss  the matter had been arranged, but  the defeat of the government iDost-  poned this indefinitely. As he had  been called to England on business,  he could not stay longer iu Victoria.  The matter has, however, been  placed before the prominent men at  the coast, and Mr. Williams hopes  that when things political resume  their normal shape it will receive  favorable consideration.  Crandon. Even with these improvements the . office is not what  it should be and the staff is  anxiously looking fonvard to moving into more commodious quarters.  At the mining recorder's office  yesterday the __ folloAving transfers  were recorded: Two-thirds in Leap  rear Pride mineral claim on the  north fork of Rover creek and two-  thirds in Leap Year Gem on west  fork of Rover creek, by G. J. Schlief  to J. J. Brown and C. J. Schlief.  Alan Forrester, provincial constable at Robson, was in the city  yesterday.  Tho sixth and last assembly under tho auspices of the Cinderella  club took place last night at Fraternity lntll. Herr Steiner's orchestra was in attendance aud the function was most successful.  When John Rodgers was acquitted on the charge of theft by  Mr. Justice Martin he was only  passing from the frying pan into  the fire. Since the trial he has  been drinking st'eadily, and yesterday chief Jarvis took him into custody on;the charge of vagrancy.  He was arraigned before magistrate  Crease, who sentenced him to six  months' imprisonment.  Judgment was entered yesterday  by the district registrar against the  Hall Mines, Limited, in favor of the  Bank of British Columbia for $202,-  3(58.92. No dispute was entered,  and it is understood that the bank  is fully secured. This is the largest  judgment ever entered in tho Nelson district.  E��IM  Stoyes   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  Today is Ash Wednesday, and  the opening of the Lenten season.  The event will be observed with  special services at the church of  Mary Immaculate. At 0:30 a. m.  Father Ferland celebrates low mass,  and at 8:15 Father Cote will conduct mass. At the latter services  the ceremony of blessing the ashes  will be conducted. Throughout  the month mass will be "said every  morning at 8:35 a. m., at which the  children of the congregation will  participate.  The Tribune's correspondent at  Victoria wires that the Dickson, of  A company, who was wounded at  Modder River belongs to Victoiia,  and not Nelson as formerly supposed.  The annual meeting of the Nelson  Liberal - Conservative Association  will bo held in the board of trade  rooms this evening at 8 o'clock.  The secretary" announces that the  business to come before the meeting will be very important.  Tho city engineer is engaged in  the compilation of the contour  sketch of the district east of Ward  street and south of Latimer street.  It is proposed to lay sowcro in this  district, and tlio number of ravines  and gullies makes the proposition  somewhat difficult,  A. II. Finlay has been appointed  superintendent of the Okamigan  Free-Gold -Mines,���Limited, wliich-  are located on the Similkameen  river iu Okanagau. Mr. Finlay lias  had 20 years' experience as mining  and milling superintendent in Montana and Colorado, and was for a.  time in charge of the Dundee mine.  Several changes have been made  iii the arrangements at superintendent Troup's office on Stanley  street. One of the rooms formerly  devoted to filing old documents has  been neatly fitted up foi'Mr.Troup's  private u>,e, and the entrance thereto is guardud. by a clerk. Chief  clerk Craudon'fi desk has been  placed in the front office, and II. O.  Weir, of the rail department, is  also located in this apartment with  J*. Fleming, steamboat clerk. The  port steward will be found in tiie  office - formerly    occupied   by . Mr.  W. E. Hyndman, formerly assistant government engineer for Prince  Edward Island, is in the city for a  day or two, the guest of Fred E.  Beer. .,  Johu Petch was released from  the 'provincial jail yesterday morning on a writ of habeas corpus  granted by Mr. justice Martin in  chambers at Rossland. As has already been stated in The Tribune,  Petch was sentenced to one year's  imprisonment for theft by magistrate Boultbee of Rossland, and  brought to Nelson about a month  ago. W. A. Galliher applied for a  writ of habeas corpus on the ground  that tho convicting magistrate had  exceeded his jurisdiction iu making  Petch's sentence over six months.  Judge Martin upheld the contention, and Petch was set at liberty  yesterday. A. II. McNeil, Q. C.,,  represented the crown in the  matter.  The work of extending the outlet of ,the main sewer to deep  water will he commenced today.  City engineer McCuIloch, who is to  have charge of the work, will put  foreman John Mnnroe and four  men on the job. A coffer dam will  be built and used for the first 150  feet until deeper water is reached.  The remaining 225 feet is built byt  joining the pipes above water and  allowing them to sink: .The task  will take some two weeks, and as  the level of tho lake is now near  low water mark, the present is a  most advantageous juncture to  proceed.  E. A. Crease, police magistrate,  held a sitting of the small debts  court at the court house yesterday.'  McNeill Brothers stied John Hubbard for an account and defendant  oounterclaimed for wood. After  taking the evidence his worship  gave judgment in favor of plaintiff.  ���Tho Minor-seems-to -doubt-that  the daily edition of The Tiujsunb  is nearly double that of tho Miner.  Suppose the subscription books of  both papers are submitted to a  committee of advertisers for a decision. They will find that the circulation of Tun TmHi'NK i.s 1000  copies dtiily and that no copies are  sent out as "sample copies."  The undesirable citizens who are  given time to get out of town and  fail lo do so are certain to come to  grioJ", as has been evidenced several  times of late. The latest instance  is that of Martin O'Toolo who ' was  arrested a few weeks ago on suspicion of heing connected with a  robbery at the Lakeview hotel. He  was ordered out of town but came  back and was arrested. At yesterday's police-court a charge of va  grancy was registered opposite his  name and the magistrate sent him  to jail for four, months. O'Toole  was "touted" as a bad man with  whom the police did not wish to  interfere, but the sequel, does not  bear out this statement.  Since the Balfour extension contract was closed the C P. R. has  delivered 35 carloads of stock, plant  and supplies for J. W. Stewart,  and other consignments; are arriving dtiily. D. MeLeod, purchasing  agent for Mr. Stewart, has secured  prices from local wholesalers, and  states that almost in every line he  can do business more satisfactorily  in Nelson than in the East. He  anticipates placing several, large  orders within a short time. The  camps will not be in full blast for  ten days yet, and the stock in hand  will last only, a short time after  work begins in earnest.  The ico still holds good at the  rink and a couple of rinks of curlers  had a turn at the "roarin' game"  yesterday morniug. The players  were: C. E. AVilson, J. F. Weir,  P. Lamont, J. H. Wallace, skip;  P. E. Wilson, Dr. Arthur, R. Walley,  W. W. Beer, skip,! After a close  game the Beer rink proved to be  the strongest "and won by three  points.  Mi'. Chemette, the representative  of the company which is installing  the expensive refrigerating plant in  the Burns block, has arrived in the  city and is superintending the preparation of the building for the  machinery. A. Carrie is doing the  work and has a number of men at  the task.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Pant   and    vestmaker    wanted.  Steady 10b .md f,'��0(i price* to n (food hand.  Apnly to .!, jMdtlieson, Vemon, liiiliih Columbia.  T   To whom it may concern���$100  row .ml will bo p.ii<l to anj one who furnishes ovi-  denuo -ulrieli will le.id io the conviction of the  pcr&on ol iH'isoiw who poisoned my fox leinor  I)ii]i.���H. tl, MeLeod.  Mrs. A. Hal ton has opened dress  niiikinif lurloih in Ihc Mnddairbloclc. lftnimg  drowses nnd t.ulor m.ide rosLiuncs.�� hpeei.ilty.  From today the rink will be open  to Iho public from 3 to C p.m., and fiom 3 to  10.30 p.m.  Boss, Lee & Taylor  H.\KEK STREET, NELSON  (George !���'. Jlotion's old stand)  WE HAVE STOVES  But while we are waiting for the cold weather we would draw  your attention to our line of  NICKLED COPPER WARE  Including Tea and Coffee'Pots,'(several designs) .Enamelled Handle Dippers. Pudding Dishes, Tea  Kettles, etc., and the only placo you can got thoni is at  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  f<��ZZ;9L&&��s&.��:&:SL.SZi^i        ^&^:__a^_S^_S___s_^^2^_S^^S^.i  UF  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  WHOLESALE AN'U UM'l'.VII. DKAI.EHS l.V  iti  iti  iti  iti  Groceries .  Provisions "  Hams  Coffee  Butter  Dried Fruit  Teas, Spices  Pickles, Sauces  Vinegar  Goods delivered fico. JMail  oiders L.uefiilly attended lo.  Nothing but the best. No  cheap goods.  CZ2  cn  f<  era  tsa  ���**  CD  fc=J  ��-3  Crockery  Glassware  Dinner Sets  Tea Sets  Chamber Sets  Office Sets   ���  Bar Fixtures  Japanese Ware  Fancy China  Wholesale and letail merchants. No. IS! Maker SI reel,  telephone 10, I>. O. box K. &  W.   Try a trial order.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  ^���^���a>a>'-3>'a'a'a,a,a',a,a,i_8'       _^.^.<^._^.<^.^._^.^.^.^._gr.^a��  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  >*/  SOAP  Hoop, Feed, Mo, lay  AND PRODUCE  Gar Lots a Specialty  Correspondence .Solicited  Phone ��0  Palace IVjeat IVJar^et  - Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  A PEER AMONG OTHERS  Gilt Edge  IS ITS NAME '  Tlu4_3o.ip, (.'iking tteitflit, quality and coif into consideration, Mil! be found Ihc best ami fl'iff  cheapest in lhe m.itkel. It-will not \wisli goods ui tho tit somo nibbing, but Iho llsses.t of goods.  whether woolen or cotton, run be properly clcuieil wilhout iiiiuiyand with Us-, labor lliaiiwilh  most so-tnllcfl family soaps. Van cm ii��ws it, in ihe bath or to wash the baby, as its ingredients me of  the pin est and best, (juality,   Kor mIo ub  ,   The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE UROCKR11C3  BAKflK STREET. NKLSON  When You Want the  BEST CANNED GOODS OiM-THE MARKET  TELEPHONE 161.  Boulters Tomatoes and Marrowfat  Peas, Standard Brand Sweet Corn  p. o. BOX 170.  HOUSTON ULOCK  Blue Ribbon Te.'t Always on Hand.  Krosh KKgs Ut,eei\ed Daily  John J\�� Irvicjg & Go.  Electrical Repairing, Electrical Supplies,  Electrical   Contracts   (Mines,   Steamers,   Dwelling  Houses, Etc.)   Try us for work and prices  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  A feature will be made of the poultry and  panic li.-ulc. Tljey will tilwajs bu on bund during their bea&on.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  ICi Josephine St��� betw con linker ami Vernon.  NOTICE,  /\SK YOUR GROCER FOR W CELEBRATED  SOAP   (  Oats  *1  The Best that Money can Buy.  Take no Other  Manufactured by tho Rrnckinan-Kcr Milling Co., Ltd.  Victoria, Vancouver, "VVestmlnstoivKdmoiitoii.Nelboti.  The midoi signed havo mutually agreed that on  nnd uffer the 1st day of M.ireli. 1H0O, tho following sh.ill bo llio rate, for milk in the City of  Nelson.  Wholesale.  Retail     .10 cents per gallon  .!__] tents per quail  Headquarters fop Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BITOT & CO., UL, Ttetoria  DON'T PAY TWO PRICES  FOR   YOUR   CLOTHING.  224-226 Baker Street, Jielsoiv  SiierUI oiiolalions given for carload lots  A. ��. OKAY, !��. O. box 521, Nelson, U. O,  Kootenay Ago'ni  F11AS1CII & JJKOIJKltK'K,  Mi liTCOI) tc MASON,  1). H. DOUJUNS.  Dated at Nelson, \i. C, February 27th, 1S99.  Freighters and Contractors  OUTFIT  FOR SALE  II pack mules.  ���I twiddle horse.  3-hilIi sleighs.  Go1.oi timent standard %vagons.  Also harness, aporajoes (complete with blankets, robes, etc.), tools camp outfits, tents.  Voi pailicuUmiMilc, staling rcouticrucnts, to  T. Graham, Albert Uanjon, 11. ('.  W. Starmer Sn^i'th & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Oflloo Ward Street) Opposite Opera Pons�� I WEST BAKER STREET? NKLSON  It will pay von U> Gvnmino my stock of new coods. Huing oveicoals and spring <.uiK Spccia  bargains in fooUvear. Complo'-c lines ot James MlCi'uuIj & Co.'s and lhe Ames, Holden & C'o.'ij  booth und shoes.  TO YOUK LOT JCJNIi^  TO DO IT  " SEE US  GAS PITTING OUR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALI, KINDS  Ope .-a House Block, Nelson  STRACHAN BROS.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS  OFPOSIXS SILVER KOTO BOTE?'  ^v^^^rV'


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