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Array fWjfWHMl^^  P  fc'  h  h  Plpfflll^  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  ���������^���:'��iiy-t:-^  WEEKLY EDITION BY: MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  ; EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY ^MORNING JULY 18 J900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  t   OFFICIALS  MORE  HOPEFUL  b  ir    Minister Wu's Cable.  AVashington, D. 0., July 17.���A  decidedly more hopeful feeling in  regard to the Chinese situation was  apparent     iu   all    administration  circles  this  eveniug.    The tide of  sentiment which has beeu markedly  pessimistic,    < turned     with     the  i)       announcement of the victory of the  allies at Tien-Tsin and the capture  .,        of the forts  and native city,  and>  1(1       gathered   further   strength   from  ) 11 itaster Wu's cablegram declaring  that the foreigu ministers at Pekin  jj       , were safe July 9.   Aside from these  d ispatches.the, arrival of the- pr'esi^.  '0\, dent and tho special cabinet meeting  ./^recalled to consider the situation wero  " t^lth-) features of the day.  f*     The cabinet met at 2:30 o'clock  I.  ���>  IC  it  *N  this afternoon. Less than an hour  after tlio president reached the  AVhite House,- over 100" newspapermen thronged the corridors while  the cabinet was sitting behind  closed doors. TJie scene resembled  1 lie hottest days of the Spanish  war. Thero were present seerotary  Hay, secretary Root, secretary  (f.ige and postmaster-general Smith.  At the conclusion of the session,  which lasted two and a half hours,  secretary Root gave out the following formal1 statement of the action  ' of the cabinet:  The president has ' determined  that the facts now known to us do  not require or justify calling an extra session   of   congress.     Should  . future developments indicate that  that he is unable to do what is required with -the means now at his  command, and the action of congress is necessary to furnish either  men or money or authority, he will  j* not hesitate to call it together.  ' While only this meagre formal  statement  was given" out,  it was  Ascertained that the whole Chinese  ,' situation was thoroughly discussed *  by* the cabinet.  ��� ,The decision that an extra session  , of A^ongress was ,not demanded by  existing conditions, was the outcome  , /of the showing which both secretary  - Root ana\secretary Long"were able  tojpake as,to the force -that. could,  , be   thrown ' into,   China" without  ��� the authorization of additional  troops by congress, and also, the  decidedly more hopeful feeling entertained by the president aud the  members of his cabinet as to the  safety of minister Conger and the  other foreigners in Pekin due to the  cable of. minister-Wu, reporting tho  safety of the minister on July.9,  two days after their reported  massacre.  While this cable is not regarded  ns conclusive, it is accepted in good  faith.for the present. But the administration, it can be definitely  stated, has set in motion some  machinery by which it is confidently predicted that absolutely authentic news as to the fate of the ministers and other foreigners at Pekin  Avill be ascertained. Though what  channel .the administration expecb_\_  to receive this all important news  i-* not known, but that a definite  statement of the situation in Pekiu  ���ia daily, if not hourly expected, is  certain.  The advices received from Pekin  probably will be the determining  factor in blazing the future course  of this government. If minister  Conger has been murdered an extra  session of congress seems inevitable.  Admiral Reraey's message of the  success following the earlier lighting at Tien-Tsin helped to relieve  the anxiety of the president aud his  advisers, but minister Wu's message  was responsible for the really hopeful feeling that prevailed.  Secretary Root furnished the  cabinet with a summary of the  troops available, not only in this  country, but in Cuba, and gave it as  his opinion that between 10,000  and 12,000 troops in all could be'  .--pared for service in China. These  reinforcements are to be rushed,  i hrough at * the earliest possible  moment. Most, if not all of them,  it is believed, can be landed by the  end of" August or early in September.  8  <n  *?��  ��r>  m.  m  <����  m  *  ��r>  m  m  <?��  **.  n  <i��  <n  4��  m  i��  <n  i��  ^-M**4-ia4-��-��4**4*44-��*l*^^  Vote for Prosperity for Nelson.  A vote against the Street Improvement Loan By-Law means that the person casting the vote wants ALL STREET AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS TO BE SUSPENDED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR 1900; for such work cannot be carried  on, without money. More: without the money asked for, next year's council will be in the same position as this year's'council found themselves,-  that is, HANDICAPPED  BY  DEBTS  THAT THEY  DID  NOT "CONTRACT. - . ���  A vote against, the Electric Light Loan By-Law means that the person casting the vote WANTS THE GAS COMPANY AND  THE WEST KOOTENAY POWER & LIGHT COMPANY,.dF_ /ROSSLAND, TO . FURNISH THE PEOPLE OF NELSON  'WITH' LIGHT!^thatth^y^ould^ratheryjput money in the pockets)of4these two corporations than put money in the city treasury, which is distributed for the common.good of all the people of Nelson;  ���*���*-.���������*" s  progressive,  A vote for all the loan  up-to-date town ;  by-laws today means   that  a town that .will not' be dominated  Nelson.'.will continue to be what it has been in the past, that is, a good-looking,  by mossbacks and political soreheads.  Remember, that the polling place in ther.West Ward,is  north side of Baker street, " 100 feet* west of Stanley streets  in   the  building, next  door  east of Ward Brothers' real estate office, on the  "Remember, that, the polling; place in the   East. Ward   is  on ^Josephine .--street, in the Scroggs "building, the first door, north of F. J.  Bradley & Co.'s shop. ..        ��� -       - ,       .'.- ���,'.'>' ' :/���-.-    -  Remember, that the polls open at 8 o'clock in the forenoon'��ahd close at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.  ject.  Remember, that if you are an  American citizens can vote, at money  assessed real estate  owner that-youj have a vote, .notwithstanding that you may not be, a British sub-,/  by-law elections.      ��� ' '/ ���'      ,/,',-/ ' >,-  *it  Remember, that an X for the by-laws means.  PROSPERITY  FOR   NELSON.  Mark Your Ballots as Shown Below  ���^     BALtqTJPAPER.-.  BY-LAW NO. 6a  ( A By-Law to raise the sum of  $15,000.00 for the purpose ot extending the Water Works System-  of the City of Nelson.     BALLOT-PAPER ,<-  BY-LAW NO! 69.  A By-Law to raise the sum of  $15,000.00 for the purpose of extending and improving the Electric  Light System, Works and Plant in  the City of Nelson.  ��� -    *��� -:_.        -*  J     BALtOI.PAPER  it-.- ... _ . ..    -__?_t___. -���-���-,).��� - ^-   - -  BY-LAW NO-'JO.  A By-Law' to raise the sum of  $20,000.00 for the" purpose of extending the Sewerage System of  the City of Nelson. " ~  BALLOT-PAPER  BY-LAW NO. 71.       o '  A By-Law to raise the sum of  $20,000.00 for the purpose, of improving the Streets in the City of  Nelson.  BALLOT PAPER  ,.  ....  ���      ~.._i-..l   ,    .?, --.��� J.  "',-.I,,'.-_^    ,;       j*  BY-LAW NO. 72.  A By-Law to raise the sum of  $6,000.00 for the purpose of purchasing a Road Making Plant for  the City of Nelsou.    ..-���'.  For the By-Law X   For the By-Law  Against the By-Law        Against the By-Law  X   For the By-Law  X   For the By-Law  Against the By-Law        Against the By-Law  X   For the By-Law  Against the By-Law  ���3  3  s  1  m  m  m  *  ��� *  ���I  ��� *.  m  :  ��-  .*  m  ��� m  >*,  ���- *  m  -*,  m  $  ��� m  I  - #-  if  *  �����.  . m  A  mi  m  ,m  m  . rf  - *  m  <!��  1��  1>  +  m  , Y *r~&_\  ~-> \',<-.\  ;*__���>-���*  line ���-��� between^/eastern'-W^  TECHNICAL NAVAL MATTERS  Debate in British House.  London, July 17.���In the house of  . Situation in Colombia.  Kingston, Jamaica, July 17.���  Piirther news from Colombia is to  the effect that up to July 13th  Panama was still held by the government, bu�� it was the general  opinion that the rebels could take  Panama any time they should wish.  The rebels are said to be led by an  American military expert. The  government is in dreadful straits  fur food with- which to feed the  troops, who are seizing the cattle  from residents.  commons today, on the introduction  of the naval vote, Mr. Goschen, first  lord of the admiralty, made a general statement. He declared that  it was due to the delays of the  contractors that the admiralty had  not produced more ships. He defended the Belleville boilers which  had been unhesitatingly ���,adopted  by America, Germany, Japan and  Prance, but ultimately he agreed to  the appointment of a committee of  practical engineers ,to examine the  whole question.  Mr. Goschen referred with satisfaction to the new turbine principle  of propulsion.  With regard to non-inflammable  wood fittings, Mr. Goschen said the  recent experiments with the old  turret ship Belleville showed that  the present arrangements for flooding decks with water', were most  successful. The admiralty had, he  added, no evidence that.thei Spanish  warships possessed such elaborate  precautions as were .provided oh  board the Belleville. Non-inflammable (wood is being used on some  new warships, though it is not quite  satisfactory, in some of its other  properties. Regarding the new  battleships; Mr. Goschen said they  would be of the Formidable class.  .Trouble in Bolivar.  Kingston, Jamaica, July 17.���  The recent visit of the British  cruiser Alert to Ciudad, Bolivar, to  investigate the murder of vice-  consul Lyall caused much commotion among the Venezuelans, which  still continues and is sure to breed  friction. British subjects took  advantage of the Visit to represent  to the captain of the Alerb wrongs  sustained at tbe hands of the Vene-  zuelahs'aridTtsked'for relief. Captain Saville refused to interfere,  referring the complaints to the  British consul, which gave rise to  considerable discontent. Relations  at present are most strained  between the British residents and  the natives of Ciudad, Bolivar, and  trouble is feared.  Li's New Appointment.  Washington, D. C, July 17���The  appointment of Li Hung Chang is  regarded here as particularly significant, as the province of Chi Li is  the seat of practically all the present trouble. Pao Ting is the capital  of the province, but. within its  borders, are located Pekin, the  capital of the empire, and Tien-Tsin,  where the first great battle has  occurred. Li Hung Chang is known  not to desire service so far north.  He maintains that he has less influence in that section of China than  in his present yiceroyalty, the headquarters of which are at Canton. It  is deemed probable, however,'that  he has been persuaded to take this  appointment in view of the well  understood fact that he is the most  influential Chinaman among foreign  nations. ; -.."������ - ::- - v ,,.:ji.������:!���-.":-;.' -  Central Massachusetts Sold.  Boston, Massachusetts, July 17.���  After a stormy two hours' session  today the stockholders of the Central. Massachusetts railroad voted  to sell the road to the Boston and  Maine at a price to be adjudicated  by the railroad, commissioners on  all property save 30,000 shares of  preferred stock. The vote was  38,056 sbaies in favor of the sale;  13,510 against.  A CANYON CREEK VENTURE  Two Dividends Declared.   A_story_of-=.how_a_syndicate--o��  tenderfeet from the east declared  two dividends on a mining venture  is told for the first time in print  below:  Away back in 1884, when the  Canadian Pacific was being built  through tho Rockies, the only mining camp that was talked of was  Canyon Creek. It was a placer  camp, and the creek bearing the  name empties into the Columbia  river a few miles above Golden, in  East Kootenay. The; ground was  reported 'fabulously.;rjich, and by  some it is even today believed-.to be  as rich as any ground in far-famed  Klondike. Among others, a party  made up at Winnipeg started across  the plains, and in due time landed  at the-..western, terminus of the,  Canadian Pacific, a -town made up  of log cabins^vhose residents were,  in the main, engaged in the whisky  traffic, a traffic at that time held to  be. unlawful throughout/the Northwest Territories and along the line  of the Canadian Pacific as far west  as the summit of the Gold range.  The party had a "permit' to carry  fiye.galLons of liquor, and they carried the. liquor (Hudson's Bay rum)  in a keg.' The first night in the  terminus town was spent in having  a jolly good time: with the mounted  police and others; who were not  supposed to have 'liquor in their,  possession at any time. The' next  morning there was only two gallons  of the rum left, im the keg, and  every man of the party had a head  on him that felt unusually large.  They got together during the forenoon and decided tha.t they must  begin searching for the gold that  was said to be so plentiful on  Canyon creek, and before making a  start they had better dispose of the  keg and its contents. One , of the  ,numb_er_said,he_had_a_friend���who-  would take it off their hands, and  ho was commissioned to sell it,  which he did for $50 in American  gold. A dividend was immediately  declared,. and the gold equally  divided among the members of the  syndicate. Tho party then proceeded to Canyon creek and worked  all summer. In the fall they cleaned  up, and took the gold to the same  town at which they had landed in  the spring. There they sold tlieir  gold, and declared another dividend.  The man who purchased it wears  the whole clean-up today in the  shape of a plain gold ring, worth  probably five dollars. Three of the  party returned to Winnipeg and  the others remained in British  Columbia and prospered. ; ,  Quiet at Hankow but Not Honan.  Paris, July 17.���The French consul at Hankow telegraphs under  date of July 11th that all was calm  at Hankow and that the population  did not appear excited. He adds  that. the viceroy was taking  measures to avoid disturbances and  that no trouble had thus far occurred. The vicar of . southern  Honan telegraphs that he was  attacked in his residence at Nan  Yang Fou. The vicar of northern  Honan announces that the religious  establishments at Siang Yan were  destroyed and that the insurrection  appeared to be spreading southward. '������     .       ....  Big Cone of Gold.  New YpRK, July 17.���A cone  shaped liimp of gold weighing  7,897 ounces, and worth $135,275,  was received in this city today at  the local branch of the Bank of  Montreal.  ALL THE FORTS WERE TAKEN  Dr. Munun's Departure.  ---BERGiNr-July-17;^An~officiarbT  the  German   foreign   office today  pointed out that Germany's news  from the fight'.at Tien-Tsin on July  13 was more favorable than the re-,  ports  of  the   American  admiral.  Admiral   Benjamin   has   reported  that the attack upon the Chinese  was successful, but not wholly so,  one fort remaining uncaptured.  Referring to the proposition for  an international conference, made  in the German press, the official  said: "Such a plan has not yet  yet been broached by the powers.  A conference is not necessary at  this stage of developments, inas-"  much as an interchange of views  between the cabinets is the quickest way to reach some agreement  upon measures for common action  in China."  When asked whether the massacre at Pekin had caused a change  in the attitude of any power, the  official replied: "It'has not, and  no fresh interchaflge of views has  been called forth* in consequence."  Referring to the expected departure of Dr. Mumm von Schwar-  zenstein, the new German minister  to China, the official said his destination would be Sing Tan, and his  duties for the present to observe  the situation and to report to the  German government.  Dr. Mumm told the correspondent  of the Associated Press today that  he would endeavor to catch the  steamer Presuim at Genoa on July  24th, if he had received his full instructions from count von Buelow  in time, but that otherwise he  would go by the next steamer. 1  MANCHURIA DISTURBANCES  '    ���'������ ��� ' ��� :''" "/> ���.-.*' ^''-iiE'ii:  r,.  ._   -.;; - "f.vV*^   ,. ���.!*V&L  Russians Hold Their, Own.' ^y^/^I  London, July 18, 4Va. ^m.-^The^lj  news of the Manchuria disturbances/1^| J  is not regarded as justifying^tliie^^|  serious view attributed/to,it;byJthe^^  Dailv .Mail's advices; vi*Amur;;;Cther��$$1  Daily  boundary    ime ��� *De*5ween-iea8cern^*^|  Siberia and Manchuria, has been the -Sfl  ��� scene' of *' local '--dia1 turbances^fbrta'#|  long-time owing to theprovo<��fiye^  conduct of the Cossacks'tbward'tneWi  25,000   Chinese ,��� employed^in1ftheW|  construction,- of tv "the ^���-Russo-jfeur^f  churian -'railway.' ;;Seyeralv^serio^T!|^E  , cbllisions'-have-; .occurred^_}tt���w$&j_x^  the'. Cossacks' 'wand;i;the;|sCh'ifiese^  troops; --' One f "happened fit8ever��l%  .weeks ���.ag6   'when;/.'.two^'Bussiaii^  officers andlO'meh" weWfkilleiflpi|^ps  - The extension;of the Boxer mpv.e||��  ment to Manchuria' has resultedjin^^  ai great destruction of the^railwayr^p  compelling - the r Russians 'ftof'.mtli^M  draw their officials. *; JThe'JC_\i_iese}^  , tried to' stop the - Russian; "steamer ||  Michael,' carrying ammuhition,?afnd|^  the steamer Selenga." withrthe->Rus--^  sian frontier commission ,On'.boan3|l|��  from passing up the Amur at'AiganS^H  They fired on'.the 'steamers,' 'wouni^  ing an officer- and{a^'few/,me^b1ut^  the.   steamers������*��� reached;'___\l&go^i^_m  schens. The local- Chinese cb'mmandp'^  er' at ^AM^n^seems^to^hAve^sent^n^  Russians'  quit Manchuria.  The,.Chinese,' according^.toj|rhe|  ; Daily Mail's, St.* Petersburg^cbcres^ii  pondent,��-have,"1 thrownS up^'forti:^  flcations, and placed for'ty^guns^atf  a point twelve miles'*frbm>'*Aiguipto^  dispute'"��' the .' progress f'''6t&ilh__e?_\  Russians.^ ^\__ \ \fY.\%f%*%$$$&  ' The official Russian''adyices^Ieaye'^  the. inference that BlagbveschehX i^l*"  still in Ru8sianhand8.VThe*Ru88ian��  losses . duringrfthe^bombardmentl  I ThVAmur? military^disWctT^alil  i mobilized; a* f or tnight i ago -on^a-^varj  footing;tand?it/is-beliefvetfjtha^  Russian forcesth"ereare:5b',000Jmen^  and 125 guns;. The governorrgenerall  hasnow ordered thef troops onjthe^p I  frontier-to form Vcordbn. ^?f'^f^f^^^|  j, -The Russian': papers'; d emaridj se^*^'  vere '"   retribution  ";fbr" VChihese>*^|,|  -audacity iiii Manchiiria^but';thp3^%%|  .'holdto the'yiew'tbUt^Rnssia^must  persevere ih:her resolutioh:tb''avoid'/VlAir  war. '" ".'_���*���    -   '.'j*' ''���*''..y^itikl  The Chinese minister in.  ersburg has disavowed the*'  St:  ;Tet-;,#  events'A<|  in Manchuria on >behalf-of-Jlis-gov':^%  ernment, and has proinised.td m'akel*^  serious representations to'.Pekin're'-/ff;\  garding the consequences thaV;will��^  follow if the hostilities there do not 5*.<t  cease.' . .'        :^_~'lm  There is little further new8;from^-v";  China this morning. The'.attack\^|  upon the native city of TienTTsin~s:3'|  was followed up so swiftly-that tlie^  Chinese never had time to reorgan-'^'i  ize and once their lines were brokenV* _  their retreat rapidly became a rout.; -  -Li Hung Chang has already.left'.  Canton. This causes the utmost .-  jinxioty_^fj)ri_the^_safety^of=i=the^4  Europeans there as there are only .  two gunboats, one British and one/.;  American, at Canton pending the;  arrival of tho Freuch gunboat. ,    ��� "  The Daily Telegraph has the following from Canton dated July 16:  In an interview with the foreign  consuls today Li Hung Chang said  that his mission to Pekin was twofold ;   to   save   the   lives   of   the'  foreign ministers, and to arrange  the best possible terms of peace  with   the    allied    powers.    - The  American and French consuls while ~  congratulating   him    upon   these  commendable  purposes,   reminded,  him "of    his   pledges   to   protect  foreigners and to preserve peace in  southern and central China.  ;   Earl Li ^ replied  that  he   must  obey the summons .to Pekin  but  that he had taken all necessary precautions.   He added that he had  received important cables from lord  Salisbury and M. Deleasse demand- .  ing protection for the foreign ministers, and threatening to take life  for life of the high officials responsible, if the ministers were murdered.   He told the consul that he was  the only man in China who dared  transmit such messages to the em-    (j  press, but that he had sent them  verbatim and that he did not doubt  they had oxerted a powerful influence in saving the ministers' lives.  Hospital Enquiry Commission.  London, July 17.���In the   house  of commons today, A. J. Balfour,  first lord of the treasury; announced'  as additional members of the.committee of enquiry on South African"  hospitals sir David Richmond, lord  provost|of Glasgow, and F. Harrison/  general  manager bf-'''the'-'-1"Londoa -hi  & Northwestern J*ailraad. '   II  t '��*i  ���^ "* i.  lJ a^*Htt*l  -fcftJiw  w^^^__mM^'''iM^_�� THE TRIBUNE.:  NELSON B. C WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1900  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY,  INCORPORATED 1670.  ;   V lltons  .& sminsters  JB missels  Tapestries  * Take your choice, select your  1 pattern, show - us the floor, you  ���. have ..no more worry.  Prices and quality always satisfactory We sew and lay all  carpets ��� ee of charge.  y.-  !*���<*  ..We  carry a good assortment  of opaques  and   can  fill  orders  X/r for any size  blinds and   will be  >;, glad to quote prices for special  ���Ct;size's.' *'���".- i  '      .*-. ��   ���  I$V  >  _  Is.-i* ���*������>'>���-���'  ��lv? %x\Smvit.  lfh���-���'^.'Ex-Alijbrman Frank Fletcher,  i v" J ������.under thi* assumed name of. "Jun-  ^|j-;ius,'V has Written a second letter to  '^i'-his pbliti-vii, organ,' The Miner; in  ht_!t {which ar��- the usual number of mis-  ll^iieading and unfair statements.- He  ||\'V-talks leai itedly of how the business  1st'--   i,N> -  Iva' of the cit \ ��� is now being conducted ;  jsj'^'but'he h��- not a word to say how it  %^was'conducted last year when he  '���"���"'? had full charge of tiie expenditures  ' .on public works.     He does not say  /.that he L'ft his successors a legacy  of debt in every- department with  f^which he had anything to do.'    He  V.'; does not.t -11 the people how he ex-  ;;fended Die $30,000 borrowed last  jL'-y year for the water works in put-  -t^'.ting in a pipe-line along Cottonwood  {"/creek.   H* does not tell them how  '"    hie spent i he money realized from  the sale of electric light debentures  ���*   ih~purcb",��.sing"second;;hand-"dyna-=  ;*    mos.    No: Mr. Fletcher, is not built  *.*   that way.    He is one of those men  i* ��� who are fair to all men to their  '..!-   faces, and'just the opposite when  \.  ,*their backs are turned.   Were he a  \    fair man' lie would not make state-  ���-,,. ments in newspapers over an anonymous < signature.     No fair-minded  .;   man would be guilty of such an act.  But Mr. Fletcher is not fair, be-  :  , cause it is not his nature to be fair  when he is trying to score a point  against an opponent.  The defeat of the street improve-  ��� ment loan  by-law means that, all  -work on .-treets and sidewalks will  . be, suspended for the remainder of  - this year.    The passage of the by-  ,law means that work on streets and  *���  ' sidewalks will be kept going right  "* " along as it has been during the past  *   -.six months.    Which is the better  ;", for the city?    Which is the better  '/.-for the people who want passable  \t streets and good sidewalks ?   The  ���,' progressive people in this city want  tlie-city lo keep moving. The moss-  back element are raving about paying taxes twenty year's from now.  The gt-nial old   mossback ��� that  writes    '-ditorials   for'   the  Miner  inclined to be fair with the people  he would take a  walk  up  to  the  city oflice, and ask the eity clerk to  be allowed to examine the books in  which the city's accounts are  kept.  If he has not enough  brains  in his  head to understand the  entries  in  the books, he might call iu "Junius,"  who is an - adept at figures.   The  books show that the City of Nelson  has paid out, to June  30th, 1000,  $87,647.96   on   water   Avorks    construction account, and $('8,254.18 on  electric   light   works   construction  account.   They will show, also, that  the City of Nelson has received, to  June   30th,    1900,    $26,0S7.93    for  water rates, and $23,580 for electric  light rates.   They also show that,  to June 30th, 1900, $4776.5S were  expended in maintaining and operating     the    water    works,    and  $6943.01 for maintaining and operating the electric light works.    The  books also show that the interest  and sinking  fund  charges  on ��� the  debentures   issued   for the   water  works, to June 30th, 1900, amount  to $13,153, and on electric light debentures to $8550.    But it is  not  figures that the editor of the Miner  and   ex-alderman   Frank Fletcher  want.    They     want     the    people  to     believe     their     unsupported  vaporings      as       statements      of  fact.     This   the   people   will   not  do.      The     people     know     that  the foresight of the men who were  in the  council  in   1897   and   1898  secured   to   the   city   two   public  utilities that are of immense benefit  to   Nelson;   they   know that both  of     these    public     utilities     are  earning   money   over   and   above  the    cost    of     maintaining     and  operating  them,   as   well   as providing    for    the     interest    and  sinking fund charges of their cost;  they also know that iri order to  keep pace with the growth of the  city,    money    must   be   spent   iu  extending both the .water and light  systems/  They also know that the  present council is not made up of-  men who have ought but the best  interests of the city at heart.    Is it  likely that alderman McKillop and  alderman   Arthur    and   alderman  Irvine from the West .ward are not  just as careful of the city's  interests as were the. .three aldermen  who,represented the *\vard'in last  yearns   council?     Have, alderman  Morrison and alderman Wilson and  alderman Hall of the East ward  shown a disposition-to be extravagant with the revenues of the city?  Mayor Houston may be all that the  Miner says he is; but, somehow, the  people prefer him to ex-alderman  Fletcher for positions * that require  brains and honesty of purpose.  Why So Many Fail..  -Many young- men- fail to achieve  success because they lack the power  or inclination to do hard work. The  head of one of Toronto's large department stores, in addressing a  _body of teachers, said:   No man in  says that mayor Houston is careful to mix up the figures of the  electric li-^ht and water plants so  that it is impossible to distinguish  between them.   Jf the g. o. m. was  the practical world of today can  hope to get on if he shirks his work.  I ask you to use all your power and  influence to instill in tiie minds of  those you teach the truth that a  man owes work to the world, while  the -world does not owe him anything. An expert accountant of  many years' practice said: The  best man I ever had in my employ  was a plodder. The writer, in his  experience as a teacher, coming into  contact with many thousand young  men, has_ rarely, if over, found a  student who did not possess suflicient ability to make a successful  start in life if he was thoroughly  imbued with the precept, "Keeping  everlastingly,at it brings.success."  Many young men fail to render valuable service, through lack of ability  to do accurate, systematic work.  The business community demands  well-trained minds, capable of  grasping details and carrying out  instructions in a correct and orderly  manner. The young man who  possesses this faculty is a rarity,'  and never need be without profitable employment. Above all else,  the young man who would succeed  must be honest and temperate.  He must be what he would appear.  There is a premium upon those who  possess sterling manhood, fixity of  purpose, and a determination to  overcome obstacles.  The Modern Rascal.  , In contrast with his primitive  prototype, the modern, rascal is  noticeable first of all for; his versa^  tility. Ho is no longer merely a  reckless thief, a dextrous liar, or a  coarse practical joker.' With the J  increasing complexity of life his  sphere has widened immeasurably  -and his motives and ambitions have  been stretched to cover everything,  in the material and moral universe.  So we have Baldassare cultivating  cunning that be may take his vengeance on Tito Melerva, and Tito  too indolently fond of his own  sweet will and too ambitious for the  favor of the Medicis to seek power  or pleasure by the straight and  narrow way. We have Becky  Sharp tricking matchlessly for a  title, and Leicester scheming less  adroitly if more recklessly for a  throne. Aud as curiously modern  variants, we have the philanthropic  rascal in Roden's Corner and the  rascal on principle in Beggars All.  Some play for the prize, and some,  like Rupert of Hentzau, love best  the hazards of the game ; some, like  Becky, tread hard on human hearts,  and others, like Gill-ert Parker's  Pretty Pierre, can be very tender  when there is need ; some, as Rochester, stand proudly self-justified in a  condemning Avorld; others undeceived drink the bitter draught  their own hearts pour for them to  its dregs."  Horses in Battle.  One of the most curious sights to  be seen in a cavalry charge is the  various  riderless  horses  galloping  in the line in perfect order.    At the  charge of Balaklava the front rank  of one regiment Avas composed to a  great extent of riderless animals,  their masters  having dropped one  by one.    It would seem that in the  excitement   of   the   moment   the  horses lose all conception of what  is happening around them, and fail  to notice the fall of their riders.  Tho return of riderless horses to  camp is an- almost certain  sign of  defeat. " WheiiSa cavalry charge is  successful the horses will, as I have  said, all keep together, even though  they   have lost their   riders:   but  when   a   force     is     routed     the  first hews of ill omen  to those iu  the   rear   will   be   the  return   of  the horses with empty saddles arid  stirrups dangling free.     No more  sorry sight can bo imagined.   To  illustrate the callous feeling these  animals   have   under   fire, a   case  which happened at Ladysmith during the siege may be cited.   A farrier sergeant was engaged in shoeing  an officer's horse in the open ground  behind tho stables of a hotel, and  had already put one or  two nails  into the shoe  when a, shell came  screaming through the, air.     The  next moment the missile burst five  or six yards away from  where  the  sergeant and the horse Avere standing,-arid the splinters flew'around  both, but failed   to   touch either.'  When the smoke had cleared the  horse was to be seen with' its foot  still in the man's apron, quite" undisturbed by the incident. "  '  Entirely Indifferent.  Thomas Sheridan, the Irish  clergyman, and grandfather of  Richard Brinsle'y Sheridan, the  dramatist, had a great distaste for.  metaphysical discussions, Avhereas  his son Tom, the actor, had a great  liking for them. Tom one day tried  to discuss with his father the doctrine of necessity.  '���Pray, father," said lie, "did you  ever do anything in a state of perfect indifference���without motive, I  mean, of some kind or other?"  Sheridan; who saAV Avhat Avas coming, said:    "Yes, certainly."  "What, total indifference���total,  entire, thorough indifference?'"  "Yes, total, entire, thorough indifference." o  "My dear father," said Tom, "tell  me what it is that you can do with  (mind!) total, entire, thorough indifference ?"  "Why, listen to you, Tom, said  Sheridan.  AND AMATEUR  PHOTOGRAPHERS'  SUPPLIES OF  ALL KINDS.  .�����-^&&&���;&^&&&&-&&&&&3l:&&&&&&&��:��:�� ->*^**5^^-^i5S-^'*-*-^-*-^^'^-*-^-^i*S-^i5B-AUS^Ua*i^-^.t  /^.^���fP^'im.^^.V^^^^^'S-'^^'K'^^ ^���**'0'0'0^'0-0'0-0-0-&^-0-0-0-^^-^.Z-i,.^.Z_l&tt._-l^Z$r^  Uf  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  ffl  ffl  to  &  Vi*  D  IRVINE <& CO.  ^"���^f^"^*"!"  Special sale of Dress Goods, Millinery, Muslin, Prints, Lawns, Percales, Sateens, and Dimities  We will offer our entire stock of Summer Goods at special prices below cost. Sunshades half  price.    Carpets, Window Shades, Curtains, Oilcloths, and Linoleums at cut-down prices.  IRVINE &' OO.  Xti  ffl  to  to  t  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  '~-sJ_-___i ^������a-^'**��-a*y''a,'��''��-S'a'a'S'a,ai'sia-��'��'*i'a*��'a*'?,'a 0'0-0.0.0.0.0-0.0'0'0'0-0 -0.0.0.0. __>. 0-0.0. _+. &���__���- 0.0.^^.  ���0_\t9-9'-9^9-9-9-0-0-0'0'0'0t070-^t0'^'0-0-'"^t0 0-0-0-0  ^���C.^.C.^.*T'��;"P^-��'��r'^-��'^',t',^^^->!?-^*^^^-^.^.^.5K*-v-  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boech Block.  NELSON.  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans      *  FOR   SALE   CHEAP.  S'600 -will buy choicest residenco corner in city,  for two day* only, 50 by '20 feet  5225, $25 cash rest on timo, will buy lot in block  79. -.-���- '  $150. 550 cash rest on timo, will buy choice lot  in Bogustown, on car line.  MOLLY GIBSON  SHARES  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  W.  Five-roomed house to rc'nt on Hendryx street,  $12.50 per month.  Alex Stewart  ��� Room 3, Turner-Boeckh Block.  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT  ALL. TIMES  IMPROVED    PROPERTY.  STRAIGHT LOANS  At 8 per cent, interest payable semi-annually.  INSTALLMENT PLAN- L0A.NS  To pay off a loan of $1000*with   "'  interest and principal, for a  period of five years ....: ?20.90 per month  Pevcn years '     IC 75 ���"      "  Ten years     12 <0    "  Fifteen years ......'10 35    "  H. R. CAMERON  Da ker Stroet, Kelson.        .Agent and Appraiser.  Ward Bros.  REAL. ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in aerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephono GO.  ,  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  F. TEETZEL Sc CO.-Corner Baker and  Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale.doal-  ers in*' aswyers supplies. Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  CIGARS.    .  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets, Nol  sou, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.         ,      COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS Sc CO.���Baker street, Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement, fire brick and Are clay, water pipe .and  steel rails, and general -commission merohants.  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y���Wholesale deal-  ors in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.   FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars-Bhipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R.- Mills at Victoria,. New Westminster, and Edmonton, Alberta. ,- ���  rpAYLOR FEED &. PRODUCE CO.-Baker  ���*��� street. Nelson (George F. Motion's old  stand), Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 26. ��� -   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street.   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and oured meats.  Cold storage.        *    ���  ''   GROCERIES. ,  A MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall i streets, wholosale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boocs, rubbers,  mackinawR and miners' sundries.'   KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers. .    TOHN CHOLDITCH Sc CO.-Front street,' Nel-  **    son, whole��ale grocers.   FS. STEWART &, CO.���Warehouses onC. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products. '   Js Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson,  ���   wholesale" dealers   in  provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs. .   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS Sc CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  HARDWARE    COMPANY���  ^               . Nelson, wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, 'and water, and  plumbers' supplies. " .____  T AWRENCE  ���*-���   Baker St.,  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON & CO.���Cornor Vernon  *-,. and Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing-Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   "Bo"gustbwh)__Fairvi"ewT"Addltionr-  IPING STOCKS  . BOUGHT AND SOLD  Roforondimi Treasury Stock  Exchequer. 1000  Big Horn. 5000  Peoria. 5000-500  Richelieu, 1000  WANTED  Rambler-Cariboo and Giant  Fur sale���6-rooni houso, Humo addition, $850.  14-room houso, cheap; teims cany; close In.  CALL ON  H. A. Prosser  BROKKR. WARD 8TREET   37E. ANftABLE  GENERAL BROKER  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON-POWDER-COMPANY-Bakor-  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.    '    ���   SASH AND DOORS.  NEL80N SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets.  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In sash and doors; all kinds of faotory work made  to order.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  J^ELSON-TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  fieison Saw &  Planing IVjills, 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  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, ^Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass,  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere "     ,   -  **      *��� - v  Office Corner Hall a^d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Grossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  Kootenay Steam Laundry  BLOMBERG & SWEOBERG  PROPRIETORS.  The only steam laundry in Nelson employing union labor  A. LARSON, Manager  J. M. LUDWIG  Manufacturers of and  dealers in Harness, Pack  and Stock Saddles. Apara-  joofi, Collars, Bridles and  Whips.  Nolson Harness Shop  -HaU Street. Nelson.  COAL!      COAL!  ���-GREAT-REDUCTION-^   THE ATHABASCA COLD MINE, LIMITED  (In Liquidation.)  SHARE   CAPITAL   ��200,000.  ,  ..   Manufacturers of all  kinds of  tents, awnings, and  canvas goods.  Theo. Madson, proprietor.   Baker streot, Nelson.  ...8   Of    tt  P. O. Box 70,  CANADA DM  I BOOK CO.  NELSON. B. C.  GOSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any part of tho  oity.   Special attention given to heavy teaming.  Oflleo corner Victoria and Ward streots. Telephono KB. W. A. COSTKLLO. Manager.  To  Mine  Managers and  Ore  Shippers.  XV. Pellew Harvey. F. C. S., assayer in charge  of the provincial.government assay oflice, will  act as shippers' ropretieniative at any Coast  smelter, to receive, weigh, sample and check  pulps and to generally look after the interests of  the miners. Terms mado on the basis of tonnage  haudled. Apply for particulars to him at  Vancouver, B. C.  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One lot  on   Stanley  stroet, opposite Royal  hotel, for sale at a bargain., _   >  One soven-roomed house and one three-room  house for rent. . ____ . __ _   See ANNABLE  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply' G. L. LKNNOX. Solicitor. Nelson B. C  �� % i i i  Notice to Union Men.  The grievance committee of  the Trades and Labor Council  have declared the'.' Contractors  Lister and Kerr to be on the  unfair list, and*- all union men  ahd sympathizers are requested  to bear this in mind.  By Order of the Cpmmittee  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case ahd bulk,  and domestio and imported cigars.  Charles St. Barbe  Stock and Share Broker  General Agent  E, P. Whalley, J.R  NOTARY PUBLIC  Oflloe with C. W. West & Co., corner Hall and  Baker sti fiets.  City ofllce of the Nelson Sodawater Factory.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Hard Coal  Anthracite  TELEPHONE  33  Crow's Nest  Coal  $9.65  DELIVERED  $6.15  C. W. West & Go.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money In the market  for all purposes.  terms oash     W, P. TncRNET, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Offlr* with C. I). 3. ChrisMfl.  .A.:   ���EICTST':EiA.:D-  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, eto,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Striotly flrat-class' work.  Estimates furnished.  Residence Mill Street,   MPT CAM    D   P  Opposite School House   HEiLidUJN, -D. I/.  A  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. K. Sc A, M.  Meets Bocond Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clook.  cordially invited to attend.  & 3.   Leonard Scott. C. C.  No,  " F.  lay streets, every  Visiting Knights  R. G. Joy, K. of R.  Corner Vlotorla and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Bor KM. TKLRPHONW WO  flfi  DR, ALEX FORIN  Ofkick:  Houston Block.  ARCHITECTS.  EWART &  CARRIK���Architects.    Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen block, Baker street, Nelson.  NELSON L. O. L., No. Ui92. meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Visiting  hrethern cordially invited. R. Robinson, XV. M.  W. Crawford. Recording-Secretary.   To tiik Canadian Suarf.iioidkks:  * Special resolutions for liquidation and reconstruction wero passed nt an Extraordinary General Meeting, held on the 18th of May last,'nnd  continued at a further meeting on tho Sth June  last, and in conformity therewith, a new company has been registered undor iho name of Tho  Athabasca Gold Mine, Limited, having a capital  of ��100,000 in ordinary shares of ��1 f ach.  I give notice that the agreement for the transfer of tho as��ots of tho old company to tbe now  company, wliich was submitted to and approved  by tho said Extraordinary Goneral. Meeting, has  now been executed and is dated the 18th June,  1900. Holders of shares in the old company are  entitled to claim as of right, un allotment of ono  sharo in tho new company, with 17s. per share  credited as having been paid up thereon, (or  evory two shares held by them or ro whicli they  were entitled in the old company, providing they  agree to pay up tho balance of 3s. per share on -  each of such new shares.  Shareholders registercdon the books of tho old  company havo received' blanks or forms on  which to make application for the shares to  which thoy are entitled to apply for, nnd which  must be received here aud bo in my hands, together with tho Is. per Bharo paj able on application not later-than 18th August, lS00.=-Sharehold-~  ers who do not make application by thisdatc will  lose all thoir intoroet in the company. Holders  of dollar shares of tho Athabasca Gold Mining  Company, Limited Liability, who havo not converted thoir script into ��1 storling shares of tho  Athabasca Gold Mine, Limited, which is now iu  liquidation, aro udviscd to send these promptly  to thisotiicofor conversion, thattheymay reco ve  tho necessary blanks in timo to comply with the  above notico and so retain their interest in the  property. K. NKLSON FJSLL. Manager.  TRADES   UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 98, W. F. of  M.���Moots in miners' union rooms, northeast oorner Vlotorla and Kootenay streets, ovory  Saturday evening at R o'clock. Visiting members welcome. M. R. Mnwatt. President. James  Wilkes, Seoretary. Union Scai.k ok Waokb  kou NW.SON District���Por shift, machine  men, $3.fi0: hammersmen miners, $3,25; muckers,  carmen, shoyelors and othor underground labor-  ers. $3.00.   TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-The rogu-  lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in tho miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on tho  first and third Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p.m. G. J. Thorpe, President J. H. Matheson, Secretary.  rpHE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union  ���*��� are held on Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7 o'olock, in the Miners' Union hall cornor Victoria and Kootenay streets. R. Robin-  son. President.   James Colling, Secretary.   BARBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union, No. 196. of  tho International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets every Iirst and third Mon-  i:  dayof each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenay streets, i    '  '  Visiting   brothers cordially invited to  S.m.  to  W.S.>Bel-  ENGINEERS.  J (-JHARLES PARKBR-Miningand milling ea-  vs  gineer.  West Baker street. Nelson, ~  NEL80N JERIK, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach month in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome. W. Gosnoll, Presl  deno.   Charles Prosser, tJeoretary.  NOTICE.  The co-partnership heretofore existing between  Charles a. Rashdall and A. E. Fauquier, doing  business as mining brokers at New Denver, Brib-  ish Columbia, under the firm name of Rashdall  & Fauquier, is dissolved. The business'will be  continued by the undersigned.   .  CHARLES S. RASHDALL.  Now Denver, July 11th. 1900,  'iotoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30  sharp.    Visiting  brothers cordiallj  attend.  J. H. Matheson, President.  ville. Secretary.   TJRICKLAYERS AND MASONS' UNION.  JJ The Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth  Tuesdays in each month at Minors Union hall.  J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretary.   LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro-  tective Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets in  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Baker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at 8 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the American Federation cordially invited to attend. A. W.  McFce, President. Peroy Shackelton, Seoretary.  ���KTELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  ���" meeting of tho Painters' Union is held  the first and third Fridays in oach month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. T.O. Skatbo, Presi-  dent; Will J. Hatch. Secretary.   THE    NELSON    PLUMBERS,    GAS   AND  STEAM FITTERS UNION meets every seo  ond and fourth Friday at the Miners' Union hall  at S pan.   B. Weeks, Secretary pro tent,  *'S  .KL  I'^y.^-iNflh. f-^j&y,..* .''- M^^ggt^^  mmsm  mwsiait  THE TRIBOTE: ETELSON B. C.y WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1900  V  \  IV  i>  BANK OP MONTflEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST     7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  J.ord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. George A. Drummond Vice-President  IC. S, Clouston Goneral Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker and Kootonay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches in London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the prlnoipal cities in Canada.  Buy and  Transfers.  Grunt   Commercial  soil Sterling Exchange and Cable  and  Travolors'  Credits,  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc  Saving's Bank Branch  OUKIIKNT KATK OK INTKKK8T PAID.  TWO PRISONERS AT ST. HELENA.  Now York Journal.   -  St. Helena, Juue 3.���Six hundred  Boer prisoners are now quartered  here. Cronje and his wife are comfortably housed on the hill back -of  Jamestown, while Schiel- and the  others, including old men of sixty  and boys of fourteen, are��encamped  in tents at Deadwood on fine grass  land at an altitude of more than  ] 700 feet, and half a mile in front  of Longwood, the famous house in  which "Napoleon" died. And right  comfortable these prisoners of Avar  must be, for while Jamestown is at  this time of the year a veritable  "-lew-pan, made the hotter and more  uncomfortable bythe heat reflected  by the steep, dull red, volcanic rock  on three sides,, Deadwood is fresh  ;uid cool, with delightful views of  bill after hill and an outlook for  many miles across the deep blue  Allan tic.  Kent Cottage, which is the present home of Cronje and his small  rr-tiiiue." is v pleasantly situated,  i hough the approach is by no means  Htiticing. It is just such a cottage  a* may be seen on the outskirts of  many an English village. Imagine  ��������� u unpretentious two-storied dwel;  ling with slate roof, and yellow-  "������.nahed walls standing out clearly  1"i om a.background of hillside. The  window frames and shutters ' are  ]tainted' the same shade of green  That you may see any.day,at a  Dutch farm house in the Pearl dis-,  trict of the" Cape Colony. ' In front1  ruiis a veranda, aud there is "a  slightly raised "stoop." ��� There is  al-jp some pretence at a flower gar-  di\i, but it is sadly-neglected.' The  garden is enclosed by a black-  wooden paling," and still further in  front is a little more cultivated  laud with, banana and a few other  trees. Tho scene is simplicity itself,  ��� ' but for the bell tent iu the right-  hand front corner of the garden, and  -the steady tramp of khaki-clad sen-  t ries, east,- west, north and soubh.  SILENT, SATURNINE CRONJE.  ,On the stoep- and- beneath the  " verandah for the best part of the  flay sits general Cronje, dark of  visage, somewhat long-bearded, and  with hair turning gray. His eyes  - '"aio deep-set,.dark" and ferret-like,  and his demeanor is one of extreme  reserve.' Piet Cronje can speak  English almost as well as any Trans-  vaaler'of Dutch extraction, but you  'may ply him in vain with questions  in' English. He positively refuses  to speak anything but his native  "raal", and even then'his replies are  ������"; little more than monosyllables. He  h-\_ little to say about anything,  iimris^ifflcultibdraraw. Of course,  lie feels his position. You may see  that written large upon his face;  but, contrary to what so many  ���people think, he appears to be very  -,*fateful for any kindness that is  shown him,- and fully appreciates  i he efforts that are made to secure  bi.-* comfort. Beyond this he is as  the Sphinx. He sits in tho brooding attitude of Napoleon.  It is a strange character, this of  Piet Cronje. Charges of terrible  ��� cruelty have been laid at his door,  and somehow, when you carefully  regard his face, you feel sure that  bhe man is capable of violating the  t orms of an armistice or firing on  the women and children's laager.  Yet there are soine redeeming'  features, as, for example, when the  fire of patriotism lights his eye,  and more particularly in. the hom-  a ire paid to his wife.  All day long Mrs. Cronje, iii rusty  1 lack dress and black Boer "kap-  ).ie," is the defeated general's- close  companion. Others who are blood  relations may emerge from the  house and remain for a brief time  beneath the veranda, but there is  ���tboub them the restlessness and  impetuosity of the younger Boer  when under restraint.  When, for instance,. I was at  Kent cottage, .there came within  1 .")0 yards, just outside the cordon  of sentries, two young subalterns  with field glasses and snapshot  ivuneras. Of course .they were inquisitive. The general and his  wife were screened by the closed  end of the veranda; but a younger,  relative was extremely annoyed,  lie was a fine, tall young fellow in  blurt-sleeves   and : the   inevitable  PAUL   KRUGER'S   VISION.  Of the concession system, in  which centers half the corruption  of the Transvaal, Mr. Kruger has  been the main pillar. To secure  the raad without securing him, is,  for a concessiqnnaire,'-useless; in  the opposite case he has often used  his power to commit and coerce the  raad. Some of his strongest  speeches have been devoted to  screening and prolonging the worst  of the concessions���those in which  the concessionaires rob the revenue  as much as they rob the miner or  consumer. "When it came out about  certain presents accepted by legislators from concessionaires, it was the  president who spoke in defense of  such spoiling of the Egyptians, and  said he saw no harm in it; so that  if men misconstrue the large fortune that the president is known to  have acquired, it is only by assuming the private example from the  public precept. But enough on this  subject; it is a wart in the portrait;  and   a disconcerting   one to  the  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  slouch hat. As he caught sight of  the officers he gesticulated violently,  flung his arms about and muttered  in Dutch. Then he hurriedly entered the.house, but only to emerge  a minute later, if anything more  restless than ever. ���*  Cronje, however, and his wife,  havo acquired the art of sitting  still. His attachment to her is very  great. Talk to him on any subject  and he will immediately make reference to her views and acts. Cronje  the devoted husband and Cronje of  Potchefstroom, of Mafeking, and of  Kimberley 1 ' You come away feeling that the conjunction is incongruous.   ���        o  tn _\l  a'mercenary soldier op fortune.  . Quite a different man is commandant Schiel. Hero cyou have one  who has received "training in European - military schools. There is  much of the soldier of fortune about  him; . but there is much that is  superficial and insincere. When I  last-saw commandant Schiel |he was  a prisoner on board her majesty's  ship Penelope,; at ..Simon's Town.  Today he has recovered'from his  wound and occupies a tent standing  alone and within sight of the house  in which Napoleon lived and died.  But it is the same Schiel.  At Simon's Town the sight* of  ladies in a boat approaching the  prison ship sent him into an ecstacy  of delight, and he would chatter  away with fervor about " the d ear  ladies." Almost as soon as I stepped  ashore at St. Helena there was  placed in my hands' a photograph  of Schiel" being driven along ��� the  main street on his way to Dead-  wood camp. ��� His eyes were raised  and you follow their direction to an  open window on an upper floor at  which sat rtwo girls. Yes, .-I  thought, it is the same Schiel. Talk  to him at Deadwood and there is  the same assumption���it is not real  ���of the. old sdevil-rnay-care spirit.  " Next time I fight," he says, "it  shall be on the side of the British,"  but you'feel instinctively that if lie  ever fights again it will ^be on the  side that pays him best. '      ''     " ~  "-."Oh, the war will not 'last long,"  he tells you; "that is, if one thing  happens. If you beat the -Boers  well at Kroonstaadt it will all be  over in three weeks."_  ��� Then he will change his tune.  The assumed gayety passes away,  and almost pleadingly he will ��� tell  you that he is not at, all /well  treated, and that he has made ap-  plicatiorTto be allowed to roam "the  island on parole. Yet, all the time  this insincere creature knows that  he has been guilty of more attempts  to escape than any other of the  prisoners.  The Boer prisoners are being'well  treated. This I know as a fact, and  as the result of personal inquiries  and observation on the spo't.' But,  of course, there will be some objectors. Schiel, for example, declares  that the British prisoners at Pretoria are permitted to go out picnicking and so forth; and then he  -willniakecomparisons.���Bntofthis-  statement we have no confirmation.  .Other prisoners, however, speak  well of their treatment, and I do  know as a fact that all of them are  better fed and get more fresh meat  than their guards.  Unfortunately, sickness had broken out among the Boer prisoners  before they left the Cape. The sick,  however, are extremely well cared  for. As I write there are twenty in  the hospital out of the 500 on shore  and two have died. These were  accorded military honors and were  buried over the hill just beyond  Cronje's new home.  Imperial Bank of Ganada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,458,603  $1,700,000  D. R. Wilkle, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  painter, for it throws askew an expression which would otherwise, on  the whole, be grand and rugged.  In this Kruger is a Verulam, rather  than a Cromwell. -  Paul Kruger is a visionary; what  is his vision?   It is of a sort of  oligarchic    theocracy,  with   Paul  Kruger as its   Melchizedek, priest  and king in one.   He sees the faithful sitting each under his own gum  tree, ou his own stoep, and as far as  his.eye ranges that is his farm, and  >his cattle are on a score, of hills.  The young men are stalwart, great  hunters before the Lord, and the  young   women   are    grossly* built  and fruitful.   And   to each   farm  there is a made road and a dam,  and the stranger in the laqd pays  for the same.   The stranger keeps  to   himself  in   the    city,   and - is  more or less godless, for he is not of  the chosen in the Promised Land.  But he gives no trouble, for he is  well disposed, and looks to thp-raad  for his laws in due. season.   The  burgher has his Kaffirs, who do his  work, but they are not cruelly used  because they obey.   The sons of the  soil are not tooomuch educated, because that   spoils an   Afrikander;  but enough so as tobe able to hold all  offices of state, that these may be  purged - of the -Hollander and. the  German,    no   less    than-' the - accursed , English or English-hearted  Afrikander. '    it  And ��� above all- sits Paul Kruger,  father of his people, dwelling in the  house that the concessionaire Nell-  mapins gave ��� him,. {wealthy,' but  thrifty, living as simply as he used  to live on the farm, save that  sheep's head - and-, trotters come  round somewhat oftener. And the  judges come to him to know how  they shall'judge, and the raad members to know' what laws; they -shall  make; and- on Sundays all, come" to  the" little chapel ,near~ to hear him  expound the word 'of God and the.  truth as set forth by the Separatist  Reformed Brethren. And there is  peace in the earth. "And it is flat,  and the sun goes round- it. '  WHY  INDIA   STARVES.  In large districts,, of India today  millions of cattle could hot be sold  for 50 cents a head. The country,  yellow and parched,'has been turned  into a desert by the failure of the  Monsoon' rains. There are grass  lands and fodder in other parts of  India,' but the poor animals are too  weak to* be driven to them, even if  there were cattle buyers to take  them away; so they die like flies,  succumbing to starvation far more  quickly than their owners; The  thought has never occurred - to the  35,000,000 Indian- peasantry now  suffering from hunger that the  cattle would have been a food resource to tide them over the months  of crop failure. They have plenty  of cattle. Among all the animals of  India the various breeds- of horned  and humped cattle hold' the first,  place. They are the draft animals  in   the little field, of-the, poorest  peasant. All the transportation of  the inland roads depends upon'  them. The household that has not  its cow is in the direst poverty.  Suppose these natives when the  signs pointed unmistakably to a  season of crop failure, had cured  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business so as  to keep the patronage of all'  Mr. Squire's old patrons and  get a share of the general  trade. I am now prepared  to show- the. latest styles in  all lines of spring: goods. A  special- line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low. rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.'  FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.  ur Gee  MERCHANT  TAILOR  Removed to Baker Street, opposite the Queen's  A FULL LINE OF  , Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair. Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  . Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  nr what you wa'nt is not in stock  WE WILL MAKK IT KOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES,  JrArSayward  BALL AND LAKR STRKKTS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON 8TREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Moujdings ���  A-1 White Pine Lurnjber Always in  Stocly.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and. Doors.  Special order "work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  CO. Buchanan's  A large Btock of flratj-clasa dry material on  hand, also a fall line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc ;  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone,*   Jo||l1  Ra6, Age lit  under their hot sun many thousand  tons of beef by sun drying, as jerked  beef is prepared in South America,  indescribable suffering and thousands of lives -would have been  saved'; but the very idea of making  such provision as this against the'  hbrrqrs of famine' would be inexpressibly shocking to the 150,000,-  000 people of India, who base their  religious beliefs upon the Vedas.  They v; o.ild never drca*n f such a  profanity of the teachings of Brah-  minism. They would rather swallow  dirt and gnaw roots than eat beef,  and yet they are not strict vegetarians, for all eat butter and milk,  and also fish and mutton when they  can procure them.  The Hindus and those who share  with them their religious beliefs  are just what history teaches us  their fathers were three and twenty  centuries ago. r,.The .highest law  that concerns the Hindu is to eat  correctly, and beef is-one of the  proscribed foods; so with this food  resource in every farmyard, prized  highly, as it is, by most of the"  world, the Hindu dies of hunger  rather than pai-takd of it. These  facts are perhaps^as impressiye.an  illustration' as can be given of  the "profound influence which relig-  'ious injunction and custom have  upon the habits,' tastes and prejudices.   ' ��� *���  The value of East Indian cattle  for food'has been "amply demonstrated. The' 57,000,000 Mahom-  medans living in India * have no  qualms or scruples about beef eating.  Some years "ago we ��� read almost  daily for' a time of bloodshed  between the Mahommedans and  Hindus of northwest India. The  Hindu neighbors" of the Moslems  decided'/that their feelings had  been outraged too long ,by the  repugnant ' spectacle" of cattle  shambles and beef eating. , They  resolved to put an end to them, but  the under taking-was* too' large for  the comparatively "small number of  zealots who engaged in it.  In this vast region, so densely  peopled that the specter of famine  is not far away % even in years of  plenty/ no meats are imported  except for European consumers. If  there is a partial failure of- rice,  wheat, maize, barley or the indi-  geneous * grainsJ>" on , which ' the  laborer liv%s,,'starvation begins at  once"; and so while India sells'to  the" world every - year - from $250,-  000,000 to $350,000,000 worth of  products,." and   buys about three-  fourths as much as she sells, her purchases are almost wholly textiles,  machinery, railroad material and  coal, even when hunger stalks  abroad: and the main reason why  the great evil of famine is uot  averted or mitigated by food imports is because the religious tenets  of most of the people confine them  to the few cereals they raise themselves as the mainstay of life. In  one respect, liowever, religious  prejudice is a blessing to the coun  try. It is to the lasting shame of  some modern nations that they destroy thousands of barbarous .-'or  semi-civilized men and women by  selling them poison in the form of.  the purest qualities of alcholic  liquors; but they find no market for  their fiery gin and forty-rod among-  the hundreds of millions of East Indians, because Islam throughout tbe  world is a vast teetotal society, and  among the Hindus to touch liquor  is a sign of the lowest caste., Thus  certain religions which, we do not  include, among the highest forms,  have happily reared an insurmountable barrier against one of * the  worst evils of Western civilization.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY'  AND HEATED BY STEAM .  25 CENTS TO $1  Large comfortable bedrooms ��� and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  LATE OF TBE ROYAL HOTEL, CALQABY ,  -  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  IVJadden House  The only hotel In Nolson thab has remained  under one management since 1890.        '  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar Is always stocked by the beet dom a-  tlo and imported liquors and olgars.  . THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.'  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught.' Large comfortable rooms.   First-class tamo board.  RESTAURANT  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Cor. Bakor nnd Hall Sts.  First-class table  | R. tycRr\E, Prop.  EVERY   DAY  AT   THH  Club Hotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only  10c  FRESH    W t f r��   COOL  Tho only good Boor in Nelson  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Cornor Stanloy and Silica Street*).  linmmgiiminiiimminiiininnammq  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  mirfiiiTrTmimTTimiimnitiimiiumTTTTt^  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trade  Telephone 93  Baker street,  Nelson. B.C.  FRANK A. TAMBLYN  HANAORR  R. EEISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OT  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to toe trade  Brewary at Malwn  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING;  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING ���  __ Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  flm-elass wheelwright  Special attention given to all kinds af repairing and custom work (ram outside point*.  Shop:  Hall St.. between Baker and Verne  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NKLSON. a O.  ������������-��� v  Ckrffee roasters and dealers In Tee, cod Coffee.  ' Offer fresh roasted ooflbe of beet quality m  follows: ��� ~i ,.     j  Java and Arabian Mach*, per pound f-.40  Java and Mocha friend, 8 poondt  1 00  Fine Santos,! pouods ....  I 00  Santos Blend, . pound*  1 00  Onr Special Blend. 8 pounds  100  Our Rio Roast, 8 pounds  100  A fatal order solicited. Salesroom S doon east  of Oddfellows block' .West Baker street.    ,    ���  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NKL80N.R0.  A boarding and day'sohbol oonduoted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It ia situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and ia  easily accessible from all parts Of the city.'; g  The course of study Includesithe! fundamental  ��.j\-���_  one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). and all such 'debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the Cor-*'\��&-  poration aud signed by-the mayor thereof.- ��'   -  \,*>'&  3. The said debentures shall bear date the 1st \:SM_i  day of October. A. D. 1900, and shall bo made ';~SWi  payable in twenty years from the said date, in%Kj*r.|  lawful money of Canada, at tbe office of-tho'-? &iil  Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid."Jwhich'f^?l>l  said place pt payment shall be designated, by the Z%7ii  said debentures, and shall havc attached to them ';w  coupons for the payment of interest, and the signatures'to the interest coupons, may'be either r*.-*7?X'j  lithographed.   -* Z'*%i__\  ���--.-St1  '__L.  ml  written, stamped, printed or ���__,   i. The said debentures shall bear interest at  tbe rate of 4  date, thereof,  per centum per, annum from the"  . which' Interest shall be payable"  semi-annually at said office of the' Bank of Mon- '��� ������. - ���  treal in Nelson aforesaid, in. lawful^money of >_*&_  Canada, on the 1st day of April* and- tbe jlat day -,->".���  of October respectively, in eaeh'year<during the^-A .  currency thereof, and shall be exoressed- in .said-.'^-s-l  debentures and coupons to be so payable.1*,^' ���' .'*v'j'fil  * 5. It shall be lawful for the mayor' of said Cor-;-.,?����� I  poration to negotiate and sell the said deben-l&p'J|  tures pr any of them for less than par: but In no^*V? I  case shall the said debentures or any of them b_> ,-;'-#; I  negotiated or sold for less than ninety-five pee-~>&_.'l  centum of their face value, Including the cost ot '7*1  and higher branches of thorough English Muca-  ...     business  oouxse-rbookkeeping,   scenog-.  tion:  rapb.7 and typewriting. Sdenoe course���musio;  vocal and Instrumental, drawing, etc Plain arc  and needlework, eto.  For terms and particulars apply to the Slater  Superior. *     *    ��� -  Corporation of the City of Nelson  _3sr-Xj-__rw no- es  CENTS  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON,  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.   ���  A By-law to raise S15.000.00 to extend the Waterworks System. ' -t ' ������ ,.  Whereas, a petition* has been presented to the  Municipal Council of the Corporation of tho City  of Nelson, signed by the owners of at least one-  tenth of the value of the real property of the said  City, as shown by the last revised assessment  roll requesting the said Council to introduce a  By-law to raise the sum of fifteen thousand dollars (815,000.00), for the purpose of extending the  Waterworks System of the said City.  And, whereas, it is deemed necessary and ex-  durlng the currency,of said debentures} the sum'Ss  of six hundred dolUM-(8800.00) for the   ,_._)fnts  of interest and > the.;sumi'otpfive hundred ;andj  seventy-eight dollars;and-1 aevanty-twoJoenteI  (8678.72) for the payment of the-debtVdue.UDderS  the said debentures by a rate sufficient* therefor??  on all the rateable land in the said Municipality:t,  7. It fshall :,b_ *lawfulfforithe' iwId��Munlcipal&  Council;to; re-purohaseany of 'thejsaid'JdebenSS  tures upon such ternw as may'be* agreed .Tjpohlss  with the legal holder or holdere thereof, or, anyf  part thereof, either at' the time of; sale or anyx  subsequent time or Umea, and all debentures boS���  repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled arid de-��p  strayed, and no re-issue of debentures 60 re-purmi,  ohased shall be made in consequence of such~re-t��jj w  purchase. <���        v -        ***,   v *"-, <V"iip3HM|  8. This by-law shall take effect on, the thirty-?*!��*']  first day of July, A. D��� 1900. "-___'* >^rj��m  pedient to extend thp Waterworks SyRtem of the  City of Nelson for the convenience of the citizens  and for fire protect ion.  And,-whereas, it is' expedient to borrow the  said sum of fifteen thousand dollars (f 15,000.00)  for the purpose aforesaid.'        ������ ,   ~ ,,  ~ And, .whereas, the-whole amount of the rateable land of tbe said City, accoiding to the last  revised asses-ment roll, is ono million two hundred and forty-seven'thousand dollars. ($1,247,-  000.00):      *���* -.,'\,      ic     w      *    -  ,.  ,V,  And, .whereas, it will be necessary to raise an-.  nually by rate the'sum of��eleven 'hundred and  serenty-eight dollars and*'seventy-two cents  ($1178.72) for paying, the said debt and'interest.  . Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of the City of Nelson in Council assembled enacts as follows:  1. It shall and may'bo lawful for the Mayor of  the Corporation nf theCityof Nelson to borrow, upon the ereditof the said Corporation by way of the  Debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any per-'  son or persons, body lor bodies corporate, who,  may bo. willing to advance the same as a loan,  a sum of money not exceeding in the whole the  sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00), and to  cause all such sums ~so raised or received to be  Said into the hands of the Treasurer of tbe said  orporation for ihe purposes and .with< the objects heretofore recited.   (* "|",       1 ���"        1     JI*.'-!..1**'  ' 2. It shall, bo lawful'for the -Mayor of tho said  Corporation to cause any number of Debentures  ro be mode, executed and issued for such sum or*,  sums as may be required for the purposo and object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sum  -of fifteen thousand dollara,(f 15,000.00), each of the  said Debentures being of, the denomination of  ono thousand dollars ($1000.00), and all' such Debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof. ���- '* ���  3.' The said Debentures shall bear date the first  day of .October, A.D. 1900,, and 'shall be made  payable in twenty years from the said date, in  lawful monov of Canada, at f-e office of ihe Bank  of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, whicli said place  the said De-  of payment'shall bo designated by  benturcs, and f hall have attache  to them cou-  fonsfor the payment of interest, and the sigoa-  iire8 to the intercut > coupons  may be   either  written, stamped, printed or lithographed.  I. Tho said Debentures shall bear interest at  tho rate of four per centum per annum from the  date thereof, which interest shall be payablo  semi-annually at said office of the Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada, on the) st day of-April and the 1st day of  October respectively, in oach year during the  currency thereof, and it shall be expressed iu said  Debentures and coupons to be so payable.  5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of said Corporation to negotiate and sell the said Debentures or any of them for less than par; but in no  case shall tho bald Debentures or any of them be  negotiated or sold for less than ninetv-flve per  centum of their face value, including tho cost of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and all other incidental expenses. /  6. There shall be raised and levied in each year  during the currency of said Debentures tho sum  of six hundred dollars ($600.00) for the payment  of interest and the sum of five hundred and  seventy-eight dollars and seventy-two cents  ($578 72) for the payment of tho debt due  under the said Debentures by a rate suflicient  therefore on all the rateable land in tho said  Municipality.  7. It shall be lawful for the said Municipal  Council to re-purchase any of tho said Debentures upon such terms as may be agreed upon  .with the legal holderorjiolders thereof, or_nny-  part thereof, either at tho timo of sale or any subsequent time or times, and all Debentures so repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed, and no re-issue of Debentures shall be  made in consequence of such re-purchase.  8. This Bylaw hlmll tako effect on tho thirty-  first day of July, A.D. 1800.  -"\  ' N.OTICB..*-. _  Tako notice that the above Is a true copy of t_tr\m  proposed By-Law upon'Which the vote otitiieMfa  municipality will be taken, for the East -ward atJSM  theCHy Police CourtRoom on Josepbine8treet;foK*s  the XVe*t ward at. the office of the Exchequer?!"  Gold Mining Company, on the north side of Bakerijf  street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets, on��|M  Wednesday, the 18th day of July, at 8 ��� o'clock^'Isf!  the forenoon."        " *" "-*���"-��   *-   - ��uaat,.  ' Nelson, B. C, July 4th, 190ft  Corporation of the Cily of Nelsori^  W.'e. wa'sson. >c~--~:~A��M��l&f_��A  Acting City CTerk.��*'4'ffl  t~T_ .    *^J  AfK*.  BTZ--L.A.-W-  ri * A'"��i^i  .xTo:k79.��^'  ->'>f?,au **$&$����  A by-law to raise $20,000.00 to extendthe sewage^!  system,   r J     ��� -_,> < tVi-" . ,^3*<,m*$**-J'^'*^|L�����  - Whereas; a petition has 'been presented to ,the55-sE|  Municipal t Council * of' the*. (Corporation'of itheWsSl  City of Nelson, signed by, the owners of at. leasts*"  one-tenth of tbe value of the real* property of tbe%i��  ��� said citv, as shown ,by the last revised. ossesSvffiv  ment^roll, requesting the said Council to intro-m  duce, a By-law to raise the sum of .twenty-thou-VjL  sandidollars ($20,000 00) for the purposeiof, ex-)S3  tending tho * sewage system of the ��� said Cif  And whereas it Is deemed'nece<=saryr ai   pedient to extend the sewage system of Tthe Clty#ffi  of Nelson for the convenience of the cltizens7>%jfef*S  ''- And whereas it is'expedient to borrowrthe^T  said sum of twenty' thousand dollars ($2O.000.O0>|&��  for the purposes aforesaid. ,      </'   *r^_W*t/'fy.vM  '  And whereas the whole amount of the rateable:?  land of tho said City,1 according to the lasttre-L.  'vised*   assessment   roils   is ,* one; million ^twoja.  hundred ajd forty-seven "thousand dollars (tl;-JZ&  247,000.00'.'     '*��� ���     -    m   ',-    -  j"-~.^'-"-Zi>_>l>A  -'������ And whereas if will be necessary to' raise,'an-4  nually by rate tbe sum of Fifteen Hundred.and|  Seventy-one*< dollars>?and .< sixty-three rf cents*!  ($1571.63) for paying the said debtand intere8t**5f*p ,  ,'  Now, therefore, tne ^Municipal; Council' of rJbb*/_$  Corporation of-".ther City'ofj.NoIson, in^Counciljigi  'assembled enacts as follows: $-"I;* VftV^JkSS^Sa  ���.���*!*-l. - It shall and may, be lawful for the Mayor ofiff  the Corporation of the City of Nelson 1 to borrow.^  ,'upon the ereditof the saidCorporation.-by.wayrofi  \ the Debentureshereinhfter mentioned,'fromanyi���,  person or persons, body, or bodies corporate, wboS  mayfbe/williog to .advance tho samolaMta loanf^"  a sum of money not exceeding in Mie'twbolO}th'e'  sum of twenty; thousand, dollars ($20,000.00), and'  to cause all'such sums so raised or .-received'.to  be paid into, the hands of the'Treasurer-'nf^tbe.  said Co  objects      .    ,_-,-���    ,     - v?r_  _. It shall bo lawful for t ho" mayor of 'the sold'gfijfB  Corporation to cause any number of debentures s:M-|  ' to be made, executed aud issued for such sum or^fVjl  sums as may be required for the purpose and ob- jffi, I  ject aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the"suinr'i''5'J;|  of,twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00), eachiof? fl  .tho said Debentures being of the denomination ^/f  nf one thousand dollars (*l,000.0d(, and ���Sail'suchlsM-  Dcbentuiesshall be i-ealed wi'h the seal of the,''si*|  Corporation and signed by tho Mayor thoreof.'"--'-,;ii>/1  3. The said Debentures shall bear date thelst,-*^!  day of Oct, A. D.. 1900, and shall be made p-.ya--v��''i|  NOTICE.  Tako notice, that the above Is a truo copy of  the proposed bylaw upon whicli tho vote of tho  municipality will bo taken for tho East ward at  the City Police Court room on Josephine street;  for tho Wost ward at the oflleo of the Exchequer  Gold Mining Company on the north side of llaker  stroet, between Stanley and Kootenay streots,  on Wednesday, tho 18th day of July at 8 o'clock  in tho foronoon. W. E. WASSON,  Acting City Clork.  Nelson, D. C��� July 4th, 1000.  Corporation of the City of Jtalson.  BY-LAW    3STO.  60.  A By-Law to rnl"e $16,000.00 to extend and improve tho Eleotric Light System.  Whoroas a petition has been presented to the  Municipal Council of tho Corporation of the City  of Nolson, signed by the owners of at least one-  tenth of the valuo of tho real propertyin the said  City, as shown by the last revised assessment  roll, requesting the Bald Council to Introduce a  By-Law to raise the sum of fifteen < thousand  dollars ($15,000.00) for tho purpose of. extending  and improving the electric light nystem and  plant in tho City of Nelson.  And whereas, it is deemed expedient to borrow  tho said sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.-  00) for tho purposes aforesaid.  And whereas, the whole amount of the rateable  land of tho said City, according to the last revised assessment roll, is one million two hundred  and forty-seven thousand dollars ($1,217,000) :  And whoreas, it will be necessary to raiso annually by rate the Bum of eleven hundred and  seventy-eight dollars.-and seventy-two cents  ($1178.72) for paying the said debtand interest.  Now therefore, tho Municipal Council of the  Corporation of tho City of Nelson in council  assembled, onacte as follows:  1. It shall and may be lawful for tho mayor of  tho Corporation of tho City of Nelson to borrow,  upon the credit of the said Corporation; by woy  of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, from  any person or persons, body or bodies corporate,  who may bo willing to adrunco tho somo as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding on the  whole tho sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,-  000.00), and to cause all such sums so raised or  received to be paid Into tho hands of the treasurer of tho said corporation, for the purpose and:  with the object hereinbefore recited.  2. Itshall bo lawful for the mayor of the said  Corporation to cause any number of debentures  to be mado, executed and issued for such sum or  sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, notexoeediDg, however, the sum  of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00): each of  tbe said debentures being of tiie denomination of  Montreal in Nelson aforesaid; which 6aid'place'tVgl  of payment shall be designated by the said De-������"?*f I  benturcs, and shall have attached to thorn cou-<,'/||  pons for the payment of interest,'and the signa- Ajpl  tures to the interest coupons may, be either rt��|  written, stamped, printed or lithographed....      ���ifVi^l  4. Tbe said Debentures shall bear interest (ab^Ht*I  the rate of-four per centum per annum from  the date thereof, which interest shall be payable ,;'Aj*|  semi-annually at said offlco of tho Bank of Mon-^ttl  treal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of-*.��*;%I  Canada, on the 1-t day of April and tho lstdoyofiSa  ��� October, respectively, in each year during'lho,?#>g,  currency thereof and it shall bo expressed in saidk JJ-l  Debentures and coupons to bo so payable ,v �� , w _���&  5. It shall bo lawful for tho Mayor of tho midjf _  Corporation to negotiate and sell tho saidtDe��� .,{  benturcs or any of them for le-s than par: but in - '_t'  no case shall the said debentures or any of them , /  be negotiated or sold for loss than ninety-five per  cent of their face value, including the cost of negotiating and sale, brokerage ana all other, incidental expenses.  ���6.���There-shall-be-raised-and-lovicd-in-oach-  year during the currency of said Debentures tho  sum of eight hundred dol'ars ($800.00) for the pay- ���  ment of interest, and tho sum of seven hundred  and-sovonty-one dollurs and   sixty-three cents* >;|    ... ....     , Dt .  jyar   _      on all the rateable land in the said Municipality  (8771.03) for tho payment of tho debt due undei  the said Dobontures by a rate suflicient therofoi  7. Itshall be lawful for the said Municipa  Council to re-purchaso any of tho said Debentures upon such terms as may be a-rreqd upon  with the lca-al holder or holders thereof, or any  part thereof, either nt tho timo nf Rale or any  subsequent time or times, and all Debentures so  re-purchased shall forthwith bo cancelled and  destroyed, and no re-issue of Debentures so repurchased shall bo made in consequence of such  ro-purchaso.  8. This By-Law shall tako offoct on tho thirty-  first day of July, A. D. 1000.  NOTICE.  !tho  Tako notico. That tho above Is a truo copy of  ���'���   '       if tl  ty will be taken for the East Wa  ;y Police Court Room on Josephino si   for tho West Ward at tho office of tho Excho-  tho proposed By-Law upon which tho vote of  Municipality will be taken for the East Ward at  tho City Police Court Room on Josephino street;  quer Gold Mining Co., on the north side of Bakor  street between Stanley and Kootonay streets, on  Wednesday, the 18th day of July, at 8 o'clock in  tho forenoon.  W. E. WASSON,  Acting City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C, July 4th, 1900.  Corporation of the Cit/ of Nelson  NOTICE.  Public Notico is hereby given that the votes  the electors will be taken on the following By-  Laws, vi/.i  By-Law No. 68.   A By-I^iw to raise $15,000.00 to  extend the waterworks system.  By-Law No. 69.   A By-Law to raise $lo,000.(,0 to  extend and improve tho Electric Light System,  By-Law No. 70. 'A'By-Law to raise $20,000.00 to  extend the Sewage System. ,    ^   By-Law No. 71.   A By-Law to raiso $20,000.00 to  improve the streets. , ���������*�������  By-Law* No. 72.  A By-Law to raise $0,000.00 to  purchoso a road making plant.  On Thursday, the 18th day of July, 1900, between tho hours of 8 o'clock a.m. and i oclock  'Tlio votes of tho electors for tho East Ward  will bo taken at the city police court room on  Josephino street, and tho votes of the electors for  tho West Ward nt the ofllce of the Exchequer  Gold Mining Company, on the north side of Baker  streot between Stanley street and Kootenay  street       ��� - ���" '    *   ��� *���   '"'   ''*   * ���^  ' Any male or female being of the full; age:'of  twenty-one years who is the assessed owner: of  land or real property within tho municipality  shall have a vote either confirming or negativing  the said By-Laws in each ward in which tie or sho  may bo assessed for land or property. By order  W. E. WASSON.  Acting City Clerk and Returning Officer.  Nelson, B.O, July 4th, 1900.  ���'HI  Ms?i  ." ������-������^'���-'''���['���''.-���^t-i^M^M-J,  :r~z-i;y-'___^__i______i  WiKiSi  ^���M .^"V ��$  ~\'.  -*\_____Z_  sJSi $  THE TRIBUTE: NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1900  4  Assayers' Supplier  In these goods we keep a full supply and are ableHo fill the largest orders without delay.   Take  a glance at our window and see the largest assortment of assayers' supplies in Canada.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets. NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HATS! HATS!  We have just received a large consignment of Stetson hats in all the latest shapes and styles, also hats from  some of the best English makers, includings Christy's celebrated hard hats, which we are selling at prices to suit  everybr ly.  <=  ile Nelson  Clothing House  w  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl.  ffl  ffl  ffl  ���\ *  ��������� ^  T"-to"-  WW'  ffl^]  ^l>ffl'"'  W_1  $&___.?:*  a8_u_r&  MrS'^-.-worVinen.  life  -'S'm_<'9'a-"_mi'mt'm_\''S_t'mm''^'^'^   I  -9-9-0-9-_9-_9.0-0^0'0-0^^  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON IN 1890. Q '    ^  Xti  ffl  '3 /  :a=*-*H.  JACOB DOVER, JEWELER  i  We are once more before  you.     We   are  headquarters  for all  kinds     of     precious  jewels.   We   are   up  to   date   in   designs  and ' right' prices.    I  have the goods and I  want you all to know.  I guaranteeall goods    <bouy1it from rae to compete in,price and quality with the east  . and Vne west.   Call and inspect,our diamonds, pearls, sapphires ,  and -ubies.   They have noequal in British Columbia.   I want  your patronage.   All-goods bought from us are cruaranteed. ,  Ji COB DOVER, The Jeweler  ;">      Nelson, British Columbia.  % ,' ��� -   '       '      ...   �� ������ **  Pur, watchmaking and repairing department^, is strictly" up to  date," and we iare, prepared '.to repair ;.every  and all kinds of watches.  Settings bf eveiy description \made.* Every-' description of repairing done by competent  Mail orders receive prompt attention.  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  iti  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  ��� ���<_$���_ ���  WE   ARE  Sv:  a,  'What the public pronounces to be the Leading Grocers  of Nelson,'where the Best Goods can be had at Lowest  Prices.; Try us and be convinced, what everybody says  must be true.   ,    - . ��']''���      ��� ' . ���    *  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited  GROCERS NELSON  BAKER ST.  ;D_onlt^Imbibe_Snakes  Lots of them In the oity water*.  Get one of oup filters  �� on trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1.25 and $1.75.  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.  STRACHAN   BROTHERS.  w  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Magistrate Crease sentenced  Frank O'Brien , to six months'  imprisonment for stealing clothes  from the tent of Mose Spraule, a  mine In borer. The magistrate  believes Mrongly that prospectors  and otheis who are compelled to  leave their belongings unprotected  during tint day must be protected,  and promises to deal more severely  with the next offender convicted  .- of similar tiief ts.  The d(jath is announced of  Thomas   Carlton   Cullium, aged 8  , years,  who passed   away   at   the  -residence of his stepfather. J.  C.  /McKay, Latimer street after an  'attack   of    typhoid    fever.     The  * funeral takes place this morning.  ;' 'A $ii nugget is on exhibition at  Wanstone's 'drugstore. , It was  ��� picked up at Atlin, with another  somewhat larger by D. K. Morrison,  who is* aow prospecting about  Hall Siding.  The C. P. B. district freight and  ticket'ofli' es are now in their new  quarters. The telegraph office will  move on Sunday.  The municipal band is again cor-  re?poudiug with regard to securing  uniforms. The band master of the  Forty-thi-d Rifles at Ottawa has  been requested to furnish p iticu-  lars of the Kharki uniform authorized for that regiment.  E. A. Crease, William Brown and  R. H. Williams, have been elected  school trustees for the Hume addition.  There will be two polling places  for the accommodation of voters on  the money by-laws to be submitted  today. That for',the .east,ward will  be situated at the police court room  room on Josephine street,, and that  for the west ward in the office of  the Exchequer Gold Mining Company on West Baker street.  John Ayton Gibson is out at Spokane on a business trip.  John McKane of Rossland, after  spending a day at Nelson, went  north to the Lardo country on  mining business.  Fumigating the Mails.  Many are the complaints heard  of the inconvenience caused by the  fumigation   of  the   mails at  the  international boundary line, which  results  in all   the mail from the  south arriving here a day late.-If  it   were  necessary  no   objections  would  be made,- but) people are  wondering ' what" on   earth   it is  being done for.   So far as is known  to   the public smallpox was long  since completely  stamped   out in  Spokane,  and    though there  are  reports of a case or two at Spring  dale, on the Spokane Falls &  Northern line, the mail is not  handled there. The Dominion  authorities are responsible for the  inconvenience and the public would  like to know what reasons, if any,  they have for its infliction.  AFTER THE HIGHLAND MINE  Duncan Mines Have Option.  A mining deal of very cousidpr-  able importance Co Lb A in-: worth  camp and the Nelson district generally is on the tapis, the Duncan  Mines, Limited; of this city having  taken a short option on the well  known Highland group, located  about a quarter of a mile up Cedar  creek, which enters Kootenay lake  near Ainsworth. The group in  question comprises the Highland,  Josephine, Esther May and Maggie  fractional, the owners being T. J.  Lerdrum, Nelson; E. D. Carter,  Wallace, Idaho; James Bright and  William Braden, Black River Falls,  Wisconsin and the Scott McDonald  estate. From 3000 to 6000 feet of  work has been done on the claims,  exposing large bodies of ore. The  property is now closed down pending . examination by the Duncan  mines.     ,  Miscellaneous Mining News.  -> r X  ' The- 100-ton concentrator plant  supplied by the W. Hamilton Manufacturing Company to the Minnesota Silver Mining Company for the  Ivanhoe mine is now being erected.  The outfit,will not commence operations "for several weeks as pipes are-  yet to belaid and other preparatory  work carried out. _ ���*   ���  E. Nelson Fell, manager of the  Athabasca, is at Vancouver making  final arrangements-,for a cyanide  plant. ,The preliminary work has  already been commenced.  Yesterday's mining records were:  Transfers:, the Kootenay Star claim  on Kootenay river by Georgina Lapointe to George Baillod, consideration $50; the Alpino claim on Bird  creek by Adolph Lapointe to George  Baillod, consideration $50; r Locations : the Hidden Treasure 'at the  head of Coffee creek, a relocation of  the Duncan by Samuel Hamilton,  the Florence on Quartz Creek, a relocation of, the Carrie by Nelson  Chisholm; Certificates of work: to  Rose McGlynn on the Rossland, to  Archie McDonell on the Tie-bow.  Borden Killed in Action.  Ottawa,   July  17.���[Special  to  The Tribune.]���Laurier in the house  tonight made a touching reference  to the death of lieutenant, Borden,  son of the minister of militia, who  was killed in action near Pietoria  yesterday. Young Borden was 23  years of age, and was major and in  command of the King's Hussars be-  fore-going~to^South_Africa7_~The'  news of young Borden's death was  cabled by lord Roberts to the  governor-general and was communicated to the militia department. The deputy-minister ��� of  militia and colonel McDonald,  director of stoies, waited on the  premier and got him to break the  sad news to Dr. Borden. The  father was greatly broken up, but  quickly pulled himself together and  went and told Mrs. Borden. Young  Borden was six feet, three inches  in height, of excellent physique and  a splendid horseman. He weighed  189 pounds. Ho was studying,  medicine at McGiir before going to  South Africa. Davin also referred  in feeling terms to young Borden's  death.         House Prorogues Today.  Ottawa, July 17.-���[Special to  The Tribune.] ��� The supply bill  passed the house tonight, and everything is ready for prorogation tomorrow.    Sent Identical Telegrams.  London, July  17.���The  foreign  office informs the Associated Press  that a telegram identical with the  one handed to Secretary  Hay at  Washington by Minister Wu Ling  Fang has been delivered to it by  the Chinese   minister   here which  was sent by Sheng, the administra-  t if of telegraphs at Shang-Ha;. The  foreign office points out, however,  that the date (July 9th) mentioned  to the telegi'ain, probably applies  in   the   Chinese   calendar   and   is  equivalent to July 5tu according to  the Gregorian reckoning.  BACHELORS VS. BENEDICTS  Notes on Athletics.  A lively football game took place  on the recreation grounds last night  when the benedicts were defeated  by the bachelors after 40 minutes  play, the winners scoring five goals  to the losers', one. Several times  the play was as interesting as any  seen on the grounds this season.  The bachelors had the best of the  play during the first half, honors,  being about evenly divided in the  second when each team scored one  goal. Crough, Munroe and Fisher  were the star men on the winning  team, and Thompson, Dill and Hall  were well to the fore among the  benedicts.  Following was the line-up;  BCXEUICTS. l'OSITION*. UACHEI.OHS.  N. f, MeLeod  gonl ParTidgo  l;  '         buck Fislior  C       i back Munroo  1        > ..          hnir'jaol      jl-m-ton  _���  .. oapti  -i) halfback     Irwin  At >iih "... halfback Montgomery  Si, *'!'jr left-wing Crousrh  X'.'nn left wing     Martin  Thompson '. centre ..'.'...". Mc \ ichol  ' Bradford right wipg. .*....;.'. .Archibald  McCraoken..' right wing Duncan  Itoreree���Rae.  Secretary Forbes" of .the cricket  club received a communication from  Rossland yesterday stating that a  team from that city would like to  play here on the 28th. Members  of the local club are requested to  attend a meeting in Elliot &  Lennie's oflice at 8 o'clock ^ tonight  for the purpose of discussing the  -matter and -making arrangements  for the game. The net will be  erected on the recreation grounds  for practice this afternoon.  Tbe rifle association purposes  forwarding challenges to the Ross-  L* ad and Kaslo militia teams for a  friendly match. If the gauntlet is  taken up a representative Nelson  team will probably visit Rossland  on the 28th arid Kaslo on a later  Saturday. " Both/outside teams will  be "invited to''come here for a  mutch. j  The teams for the local C. M. R. L.  shoot on Saturday will probably be  the same as, for the last match on  the 7th'instant. In thejthird match  Nelson beat out'Rossland, but both  teams were well down in'the list.  The secretary of *the rifle association has failed, to'r&ecure any, information^ regarding the provincial  matches and -would be pleased, to  secure the name of,the secretary of  the B. C. M. R. A', from any reader  of The Tribune >who may be" in  possession of the information.  There was some close and excit-.  ing play yesterday* e in the tennis  club's, tournament, j the games  resulting as follows.: -  Ladies handicaps,: ��� Miss Ben-"  susan, receive 15, defeated Miss, F.  Crickmay, scratch,- 7-5, 6-1. Mrs.  Bird, owe half 15, defeated Miss  Hammond, receives115, '8-6, second  set by default. *' '  * Ladies handicap doubles :���Misses  Bensusan and Hammond, receive  15, defeated Mrs.'-Bird and Miss  Crickmay in straight sets.  Gentlemen's handicap singles:���  Williamson, . owe'' 30, defeated  Sterling, receive J 5,(6-4,' 6-0 ; Bevan,  receive 15, defeated Pollok, owe 30,  11-9,6-0.. ���' "'-1'"'   * -    ";  Gentlemen's handicap doubles:���  Wetmore and Macrae, owe half 15,  defeated Criddle "/'and Crickmay,  reccLve_half_15,^5,-6.2_. .    - ,    --  League' Gaines.  Buffalo 8, Minneapolis 5.    (Called  'in 8th���rain).  Rochester 2, Syracuse 5.  Detroit 5, Milwaukee 4.  Philadelphia 4, Boston 9.  Brooklyn 13, New York 7.  Pittsburg 2, Chicago 0.  Worcester 11, Springfield 5.  Providence 1, Hartford 3.  Cleveland 3, Kansas City 1.  Chinese Still Deny it.  Paris. July 17.���The French consul at Shang-Hai telegraphs under  date of July 13th- 'jiuat; the -taotai  of Shang-Hai had communicated to  him a dispatch from the governor  of Shang Tung saying that the foreign legations at Pekin were again  attacked on July 7th by troops  under generalLing (Tuan) after a  sortie by an Europeau detachment,  and that all hope of saving the  foreigners seemed lost. A second  telegram from the, consul dated  July 16 th, which arrived at the  same time as-the one given above,  says that Li Hung Chang denies the  news relating to massacres in Pekin.  Kumassi Believed. '  London, July 17.���The colonial  oflice announces the receipt of tt  telegram from colonel Stuart of  Cape Coast, Africa, announcing  that an apparently, authentic messenger confirms the relief of Kumassi on July 15th. *  Cabinet Crisis in Eomania.  Bucharest, July 17.���The Conservatives and Constitutional par-  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS  &  HARDWARE  __��_t  CO.  ESTABLISHED?1892  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  Crucible  Cast  Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  and Suction  Wire  stock.  Rope  Leather and Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agonts���Truax Ore Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  ties of 'Romania, having formed a  coalition, the Cantacuzene ministry  has resigned, recommending the  king to entrust to M. Carp the for  mation of a Conservative coalition  cabinet. The resignations of the  ministers have been accepted.  Charterhouse and Haverfort.  , London, July*17.���In the-first innings of a k cricket match between  Charterhouse school and Haverfort  (Pa) college elevens, the former  were all out for 205 runs, and the  visitors scored 175 runs for six wickets down.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  PHAIR.-P��rcival M. Allen, Rossland; H. J.  Phinney, Portland, Oregon: J. H. Hallett, Green  wood; J. H. Taylor. St. Louis; A. L. White,  Montreal; H O. White, Armofrong, Mass.; Henry  B. Thomson, Victoria; C. D. Hunter, Sandon; F.  E. Hobbs, Vancouver; Arthur Dunn, D. Tyc,  Trail; T. J. Londrum, Bosun minp.  HUME.���H. D. Mackinnon; Vancovvor; R.  Stewart. Hamilton; W. McVeigh, Golden; H. T.  Tillov, Toronto: Fred Roth, Victoria; F. West-  ren, Toronto; H. Keyes, Armstrong; R. W.Duns-  niuir, Victoria. _   ��� .,  QUREN'S��� A. P. Smith, Pro-ter; J. Cutler  and family, Ka-Jo; Mr*. A. V. AndcrRon.Calgary;  G. A. Petty. Three Forks; J. Albert DaltonrSher-  bror.ke, Quebec; Mm. N. McDonald, Vancouver;  O. B. N. Wilkie, Brie; J. M. Wilder, Rossland.  BUSINESS  MENTION.  , __________ -1  be  iThe* usual weekly- dance will  hold at the Lake Park pavilion this ovoning.  Wanted���two*good saddle horses.  Apply to C. Browiiinif, care of J. M. Williams,  Batter street.  , Wanted��� A competent millwright. Apply by letter to J. M. Williams,  Nolson. , ���  Furnished rooms  to let���Apply  Carney block, ono door east of Oddfellow's hall.  " Hack calls left at the Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon street. , Telephone  call 35. '      , "  ' For Rent���Dwelling on Carbonate  street, next to ox-mayor >ieelands, possession  July let; rent $25.   Enquire Mrs. Robinson.  Thursday and Friday  July 19th and 20th  Egbert's Speeialty Co  Introducing Their .Celebrated, Musical  'Novelty  THE ALUMINUN1 CH^ES  Refined Specialties, Songs, Dances and  Lumiere's   Imported   Cinemato-   ���  graph, Showing the latest  Animated Pictures.  Seats on Sale at Canada Book, & Drug Co.  Prices 50 and 75 Cents  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND   >  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Go.  NKtaON, BRITISH COtUMBIA  Palace fVJeat A/|arl^et  Headquarters  for all kinds, of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  A feature will be made of the' poultry and  Same trade.  They will always be on hand dur-  ig their season.   -  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  109 Josephine SU between Baker and Vernon.  ���Telephono UK  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  . 'j:_t;_tr'__:^_\'__\'<S_'_m'__\'%m,'St-_t-  Xif    "'  to   185 Baker Street.  Telephone 10.   to  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.  xti  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  We have removed our place of business  for the next few months to the old Burns  shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we  to   hope to see all our old customers and many   to  ffl   new ones.   Give us a call. - i* ��� ffl  ffl  ffl ,   -      '  ���f KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  to ���'���'-. st  ffl  Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  *&" ���  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl*  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  SSS     -&S&���&&e&�����&��g*��  Car; Load of Lake of the  Woods Flour Has Just  Been Received.  Cheapest Place In Nelson to-Outfit  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & GO.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., Ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans,  Medical Batteaies  Nelson, B. C.  houston block,  cornicr baker and Josephine streets.  #  -^_  i'S'  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Wj  Fipe Brick Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED IN KOOTENAY  Wi  Wj  Wj>  Wj  Wi  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PINTS AND QUARTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This is  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  ��  H. J. EVANS & CO.  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B.  O.  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,   Silverton, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  "way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL BECKXVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  ,_��!  M  -__W_-_t_____*__\^��_^^  _#_^U^w^Z&'S- >< ,-C;^.  lia^^

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