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Array THE BRITISH AND AMERICANS  OPPOSE   THE   GERMANS.  ^  'Op.  Force May be Used  in  the  Samoa  Islands  to   Compel  the   Minority to  Obey the Majority.  Apia, Samoa, via Auckland,  New Zealand, March 10.������Owing' to threats by tlie  Mataafa people that they would burn (he  Malietoa village in the island ol Savaii unless the taxes levied upon them and a contingent ot* soldiers for support of Mutaat'a  were  pent,   the   British   consul   visited  Savaii on the British cruiser Porpoise and  threatened to shell the  villages of Alata-  afa's   followers   if  the   peace   were  disturbed.   The British and American consuls  have issued  proclamations denying  tlie   rumors^iu circulation to the effect  that Mataafa has been recognized as king,  and threatening strong action if the provisional government interfered  with the  loyalists.   The German consul refused to  join with  the British and American representatives, and issued a proclamation  upholding   the   provisional   government  and denying that   there had  been   any  interference   by the Malietoa party.   He  added to this document an extraordinary  paragraph, expressing the hope that the  provisional   government   would  be able  to overcome the danger to  t he peace of  the country and the safety of the inhabitants by tlieEnglish aud American  proclamations.   This put more heart into the  rebels, and large numbers of armed warriors are githering.   The United  States  cruiser Philadelphia, admiral Kautz commanding, has arrived here, and  the admiral has had extended consulations with  the    various     consuls.      Chief    justice  Chambers     and     captain     Turdee    of  the     Porpoise,       removed      'Malietoa's  prisoners to a stronghold,  firing a volley  over their heads during the transfer in  order to intimidate them.   The American  admiral has convened a meeting of the  consuls,  the chief justice,  aud  the captains of warships now here, including the  Germans;   The meeting is to be on board  the American flagship,  and it is possible  that the result will be the presentation of  an  ultimatum.    It is generally thought  that fighting is likely to occur. V  ->4  A MOMENTOUS EVENT IS THE.,  LEAD   SMELTER   COMBINE.  It  rp  THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH...1(5,  1891).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WIEgLT, $2.  terfere in her case. The woman received  the news dry-eyed, and asked that her  spiritual adviser be sent for, and that her  brother in New Jersey be asked to come  to her. When the warden had gone she  broke down and cried for a long time.  The Evening World says: "Now that  the last chance is* cone, it will do no harm  to tell what the Evening World has long  known, namely, that she is absolutely untouched with remorse for what she has  done, and she would do it over again if  given a chance. That is her frame of  mind;, nay, more, her only regret is that  she failed to kill her husband. This explains why governor Roosevelt has not  extended her time for preparation. The  governor was advised that it would be  mercy wasted to grant a further respite.  PROHIBITIONISTS IN MONTREAL  -TO   GO   INTO   POLITICS.  Laurier's  Action in Refusing " to  Introduce  -Prohibition Legislation Has Raised  Tlieir Ire.  AN   AUTOMATIC   ACCOUNTANT  TO   BE   INSTALLED  THE   HABITANT.  Must Spend; Money.     .  Montreal, March 10.���The annual report  of the directorate of the Canadian Pacific  Railway  Company,   which will   be   pre-  ssnted at the annual meeting of the shareholders in this city on April 5th next, has  been made public.   An exceptionally interesting feature of the report is the evidence it contains that the Canadian Pacific has reached the point where the neces-  . sity of very considerable renewing and  addition   to-its rolling  stock can be no  longer deferred.   Since the completion of  the main.line of this road sixteen years  , ago, wheu -enormous government subsidies enabled the company .to-equip itself  witli"  complete   rolling   stock   and .fine  terminal facilities, very littleexpenditures  uuder . these - had   .been incurred   and  capital has been used to'declare dividends  ���regularly.   With little having been done  in     .the     way     of *   gradual      renewal "  of '  its       stock, - - however,       it  -became only a question   of time when a  large outlay would have to be made for  this-purpose.   That that  time has now  come appears from the report which calls  for the expenditure of over $2,000,000 for  rolling stock and'terminal facilities and  $1,000,000 improvement on the permanent  right  of   way.   Gross   earnings for   the  year were $2G,13S,977 ;  working expenses,  $15,003,005,.and the net earnings $10,J75,-  371.   The working expenses tor the year  amounted to 59.32 per cent of the gross  earnings and the nef earnings to '10.58 per  cent, as compared with 57.10 and -J2.S1 per  cent respectively^!. 1897-98.   The earnings  per passenger mile were 1.52 cents and  per ton of freight per mile 0.70 cent0, as  against 1.8S and 0.78 cents respectively in  iS97., .   .... '.   ".   ...     ���" ..  .  ��� -"^Capture-Anotber~Townr^^  Manila, March 10.'���The insurgents at  the outposts and in the trenches beyond  Caloocau fired several volleys last night  upOn the ftlohtana and Kansas volunteers  and at part of the Fourth regulars, desiring, it is supposed, to discover if the  Americ.Cn line had been thinned by"the  movement of general Wheaton's coiu-  maffd. The Americans in the trenches  replied warmly to the fires fl. Y. Beecher  of company A of theMontanas was killed  iii the engagement. A battalion of the  Twentieth vegujarinfantry routed a small  band of Filipinos on the Laguna road,  and some Sharpshooters who were firing  from a house over which a French flag  was flying, were dislodged, A gunboat  entered the lake and silenced a one^gun  battery in the^foothiHs. ��� The strorigly  fortified village of Caitai, northwest of  Pasig, was captured today, after a.desr  perate fight, by the Twentieth regular  infantry. The American loss seventeen  wounded, while the rebel loss was heavy.  Suicided in a Cemetery.  New York, March 16..���In his little home  in the Greenwood cemetery, where the  only outlook from the windows was over  the long rows of graves, Peter D. Lark  committed suicide this morning. For  many years he lived in the burial ground  and at night patrolled among the gravestones to guard against any possibility of  robbery. That these gruesome surroundings had at last affected his brain and  rendered him temporarily insane, is believed by his family, as in no other way  can they account for his act. The old  man has been employed by the cemetery  officials nearly a score of years as a captain of the private police on duty in the  grounds. .  Would not Interfere.  New  York,    March   10.���Mrs.   Martha  Place   was  today  informed   by warden  Sage that the governor had refused to in-  A French-Canadian Election Speech in New  Brunswick.  A good electioneering story is told by a  late arrival from New Brunswick. While  he was in the province of long unpronounceable names, the place was in the  throes of a political campaign. Kennedy  Burns, of Burns, Adams & Co., a large  lumberiug firm, was then member of the  house of cbmmonsand was a candidate,  for a second term. (ry  . Mr. Burns had built a branch railroad  twenty-five miles long, from the town of  Bat hurst to Caraquet, a thickly populated  French community, and had a law passed  prohibiting the slaughter of moose and  cariboo, except at a certain time of the  year. It was a hardship on the.poor  French, as hunting was their main means  of procuring food.  Some mischievous young fellows cajoled  Ustace Hashley, an iliterate French-Canadian, noted throughout the country for  his loud voice and eccentric way, to run  against Burns for member for Gloucester  county. Hashley went electioneering  around the country and got a large following amongst the French, and when  nomination day came around Hashey arrived iu town with a baud in his train.  Before his nomination he was prevailed  upon to give a speech by his same mischievous advisers. He responded as follows in the peculiar French-Canadian  dialect:  "Shentiemens, I am  the lectare of de  koiitie of Glostaire; sposeyou-lect me, I  do something'for the poor pepe. (Cheers.)  I'll.put de stumpage on  the" moose tail,  ,and pass de bill to shoot'de cariboo all de  year roun on de Caraket shore, by, dam.  (Prolonged      cheers.)    What   .did' " Mr.  Bonis    do    for  de    kontrie?     He   buil.  de railroad  into-Caraket aud jnake-de  _walkside tro de towneof Bathurs.   Him^  and some oder big man wit hees high hat  on'hees head and hees eyeglass ou.hees^  nose go roun tro de poor man's farm ; day-  look des way and look chit \vay and  biui-  bye ��omVn_ore man's slie come with de.  long spy glass, she look tro de poor man's  barn, and   drive  de picket behine-hees.  hous.   Bimbyede bulljine.she comes,-she  blow de whistle off ^de smokesta.sk and  scare de poor man's cows.   She jump de  brush ience and tare de milk and spill de  bag all  over de poor man's fiel.   Spose  dat's good for de kpntrie?   No,  by" dam.  (Loud   laughter,  in   which   the  speaker  joins.)     Now,   shentiemens'   I  am   good  mans for de poor pepe.   Good pepe, sen  me,to Ilottawa, I fix 'im."  Hashey   was   nominated   and    almost  elected.  WIRED   BREVITIES.  August Becker, the .Chicago sausage  manufacturer who confessed yesterday  _toJ)a,.vJng=kilied_his_-Wiife^and=biamed=lier  body today took polices officers to the  place in the back yard vyhei'e he had  buried the charred remains. Two baskets  of burned brtnes were found, and Dr.  Dorsey ideiitified a portion of them as a  human shoulder blade. A small piece of  a woman's dress was also found.  Smallpox continues to spread in North  Carolina. The counties iii which cages  have been reported to the state board of  health are: Currituck, Pasquotank. Paiv  quintans, Gates,t Bertie* Tyreij, .Edgecombe, Warren, Wayue, Johnson, Wake,  Alamanace, Guilford, Buncombe, New  Hanover, Northampton, Columbus, Halir-  fax, McDowell and Moore. So rapidly is  the disease assuming the proportions of  an epidemic that the state board of health  fthas appointed a Smallpox inspector.  There are a gbod many "cas.es of smallpox scattered throughout the eastern  part of Virginia, but the disease is bf a  a mild type.  Shoe tops will soon be turned out by a  trust, under the corporate title of the  American Hide & Leather Company, with  a -gross Capitalization pf $00,'000,000.  Twenty-five of the thirty leading tanneries of the United States, it is said, have  decided to pool issues. Attorney A. F.  Hatch of Chicago is the chief promoter,  and J. & W. Seligman of New York are  the underwriters for the architects of the  "upper" combine.  A dispatch from Rome says the pope  shows signs of increasing weakness, and  his physicians are very watchful;  The American schooner yacht Norma,  belonging to N. J. Weaver of New York,  reported in distress in the Red sea by the  British cruiser Brisk, arrived at Colombo,  Ceylony on Tuesday last, and reported all  well on board.  London afternoon newspapers today  contained complimentary references to  the speech delivered last night by Joseph  II. Choate, United States ambassador, at  the banquet of the Association of the  Chambers of Commerce of the United  Kingdom, which was held in the Metro-  pole hotel.  Montreal, March 10.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier's letter to the secretary of the Dominion Alliance refusing to introduce any  prohibitory legislation as a result of the  plebiscite, has caused no end of excitement here among the temperance people.  The' local branch of the Alliance has  taken steps to answer this blast of the  premier. It has been arranged that a  meeting of the Quebec branch shall-be  held "and action resolved upon.,  A. manifesto will at once be issued to  the electors of Canada exposing what the.  temperance people consider the duplicity.*  of the Laurier ministry, and advising the.  formation at once of a third or prohibi-.  tion party in Canadian politics,  the prohibitionists having come to the conclusion that there is nothing to be expected  from  either of the two old parties, and  that the only way in which prohibition  can  be secured is to place it above all  other political issues and block all other  legislation until the parties grant prohibition, v "    ��� " : .  Trouble in Colorado. ~.  Denver, March 16.^-Riotingat Henso.u,"  near Lake City, broke out late last night,  and the '-sheriff"' of Hinsdale county has  wired the governor for troops. The mes-V  sage came about 1.30 this morning. The"  sheriff had just returned from Henson,  and said that the situation was extremely  critical. The strikers were in control of  the place and threatened to burn every-  thing.in the canip. The red glare in the  sky a few minutes after the sheriff left  the camp indicated that the threat was  being carried out. The message to governor Thomas asked for at least 100 men,  and the governor decided to grant the request at once. Company B First regiment of infantry and troops B and C of  cavalry, under command of captain  Smith, were summoned to be in readiness  to leave at five o'clock in the morning.  Revolting .and Miserable.  Atlanta, March 10.���A special from Pal-  metta, Georgia, says nine ..negroes,  charged with arson, were shot do.wn by a  mob at -two o'clock -this morning. Later  news says the citizens "are patrolling the  ,main street of the town and^ dispersing  occasional groups of muttering negroes  who are determined to get some sort>;ol  revenge for the slaughter of four of their  race. The scene at -the Johnson warehouse, where the nine negroes-were confined and shot, is revolting and miter-  able. Blood covered the floor and the  walls were indented with'* bullet holes.  The wives and children of the negroes  knelt by the bodies in the dimly* lighted  room, and made the spectacle" more weird  by their moans and screams.  In the City Office, so That Neither Bookkeepers Nor Auditors Will Hereafter be Required.  It is current rumor that the chancellor  of the city's exchequer is so worried over  the report of the experts employed to  'audit the books of the city that he has almost decided to recommend that a machine be bought to keep the books, then  they won't need to be' audited. Such  'machines are operated by electricity and  are in use in the savings banks in Prince  Edward Island. It marks in a depositor's  book the amount of his deposit, and  makes adjuplicate of the entry on a tape  locked in a.box,attached to the machine.  I<lt the same time the amount of the deposit is automatically added to the total  of the bank's transactions, so that a glance  at the latter, would tell just how, much  money the bank had received since its  I organization.  ivlThe. machine is placed on the table at  ��� the teller's right hand. In front of it is  a keyboard, with rows of figures arranged  like the letters ori a typewriter. "When  a'deposit is made the teller places" the depositor's book under a cylinder filled with  movable figures on the side of. the  machine. Then he pulls the figures on  the keyboard that represent the amount  of the deposit. .These/figures are." cbn-  ,hected by wires with figures on the cylinder. The teller next moves a lever and  ;ithat sets the machine in motion. The  ;amount of the deposit is;printed on the  book and at the .same time on a tape  locked in a box placed just above the cylinder, so that a double entry is. made.  Should the teller make any mistake  there man ingenious contrivance attached  ���,to the machine that Would prevent it  from working and thus notify him of the  error.  ; After the entries have been made in the  depositor's book'and on the bank's tape  another cylinder is set in motion. This is  in the middle of the machine and contains  movable figures running up into the millions. These figures tell the total of the  bank's receipts since it was organized and  the amount that has just'been deposited  is added to it. ' -    ,     =   _  At the end of a day's business ~the officials ofthe bank add together the totals  registered on the two receiving machines,  deduct from them* tbe total registered on"  'the paying out-machine, and strike a trial  balance in a moment... The machines are  inclosed in "glass cases, so that every part  can be readily seen.' "  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Scribe E. ; Hamilton Byers, Scribe N.; F.  R. Townsend, P, S.; H. Giegerich, treasurer ; ex-com. J. F. Mcintosh, senior so-  joiner; J. M. Cameron, junior sojoiner; S.  C. Wing, janitor. The companions mustered in goodly numbers, and the services  were impressive.  A. B. Walker has transferred to A. C.  Buzzetti the whole of the mineral claim  Fidelity, situated on Campbell creek  about three miles east of Kootenay lake.  The consideration is nominal.  < The steamer Alberta took a barge laden  with about two hundred tons of ore from  the sampler of the Kootenay Ore Company to Five Mile Point on Wednesday.  The vessel was also nearly fully laden, so  that there was a delivery of nearly 25P  tons to the railway at one time.  is  Said   There  Will be no  Advance  Smelting Charges and That All Concerned Will be Happy.  in  THE   BONUS   SYSTEM.  Nelson Baseball Enthusiasts Meet.  A meeting of those interested in the organization of a baseball club in Nelson,  was held last night at the Hume hotel,  when the following officers were elected  for  the    season:     Honorary   president,  James McDonald; president, James Lawrence;    vice-president,   John  A.    Kirkpatrick; secretary, Hari'y Houston; treas-  _,uEe.r,!_____Br.uee______^hi.teji== manager���James  Neelands; executive committee, Harry  Houston. Jasper Phair, Samuel Neelands.  The membership fee was fixed at $1,  and the secretary wks instructed to correspond with the Hudson's Ba3'Company  and endeavor to secure the donation of a  cup for competition among the baseball  teams in Kootenay. It was decided to  correspond with the baseball clubs in the  district, with the objecit of forriiing a  Kootenay baseball league arid of arrange  ing a schedule of matches for the coming  season. ...  The Latest From Dawson.  II. D. Hume deceived a letter this morning from his father-in-law, dated Daw$on  City, January 0th. The letter states that  there are over 40,000 people in Dawson,  but that work is scarce and, that a large  number of men are willing to work for  their'.board. The Output of gold duriug  the past year was very much less than  reported, aud as soon as spring opens  there will be a, stampede out of the country. He and his partner located a claim  on DomiuiOu creek, dng a shaft fifty feet  deep, drove a tunnel thirty feet, thawing  out the ground at the rate of about ten  inches per day, but got no gold, and many  more miners had a similar experience. He  strongly advices people to keep away  from the Klondyke.  Hotel to Change Management.  The Klondyke, one of the best-known  of Nelson's many hotels, will probably  change management on the first of next  month. Olaf Lund has rented the hotel  as it stands to John Johnson and L. P.  Nelson, who are now in the hotel business  at Brooklyn. The lease will, it is said,  run for two years, and the rental is to be  $250 a month.. Mr. Johnson was for a  time employed at the Grand hotel and  Mr. Nelson at the Kootenay hotel, and  are, therefore, not strangers in Nelson.  Mr. Lund intends to buy or build a residence and devote his time to mining, in  which he has become interested.  Jacob Dover.is no longer a bachelor. He  was married yesterday afternoon in Montreal. Fred Irvine was present as best  man. " *    .     .  Mrs. A. H. Clements today sold a pO-foot  lot on the south side of Vernon street, between Hendryx and Cedar streets, to G_us  Thomas' for $1100 cash.. Alex." Stewart  negotiated the sale.  Frank Simpson has gone up to Halcyon  Hot Springs to recuperate. He will be  there for a month or more, or until he  fully recovers.  KASLO   LOCAL   NEWS.  The gold commissioner has issued a certificate of improvements to the Dominion  Mining, Development and Agency Company in respect of the mineral claim Van-  JL-giL^AdLLt^  f rorri Bear lake*  A certificate of work has been issued to  the Owners of the mineral claim Deserter  upon the affidavitpf D. W. Moore. Lime  rock is being taken from this claim to the  Trail smelter.  The owners Of the Jeff Davis, which is  partly included, in the AinSworth .town-  sit��, have paid $100 in- lieu of assessment  work upon the property.  Miss Li vihgstqne arrived in thecity on  Tuesday evening and will begin her  course of lectures on cooking today in  the store near the corner Of Front and  Fifth streets. There will be a large class  in attendance* The first lecture is to be  an open one.  The" steamer Marion* which is to be  placed oil Huuser lake during the coming  season, took a trial spin on the lake On  Wednesday. . She has had an elevated  pilot house placed on the upper deck, forward.  An establishment; in which ladies may  indulge iu the, luxury of vapor baths is  shortly to be opened up On Front street.  It will be neatly fitted up and have a  reading room attached.  ��� The officers of the Kaslo rifle company  have beeu advised that a consignment of  41 rifles and as many bayonets with other  fittings has been shipped to their order.  It has been on the way for more than a  week, and may be expected at an early  day. The captain of the com pan y is now  in the east taking a qualifying course of  instruction.  James Wood, lately a clerk in the Bank  of British North America in this city,  who left here about a fortnight ago, has  been assigned to the Dawson City branch  of the same institution, and is now well  on his way toward that point. He goes  in under convoy of the Mounted Police  from Skagway.  Tbe officers of Kootenay Chapter, No.  120, Royal Arch Masons, for the ensuing  year were installed on Tuesday evening.  They are as follows : Ex-com. E. E. Chip-  man, L.; ex-com. R. F. Green, H.; ex-com.  Charles Trumbull, J.; A. W. Goodenough,  Members   of  the   Ontario   Legislature   Get  -' Muddled.  [Toronto Telegram, March 10th.]  Black ruin that has danced before the  eyes   of Al go ma's   own   James   Conmee  since   Pattullo's   anti-bonus .-��� resolution  reared its noxious sprouts,  melted into  nothingness somewhere about the witching hour of eleven last night;   Wise legislators,  nien  who learned  the science of  government at the spindle-legged tables  of township council rooms,  pronounced  upon this question of bonusing, and their  opinions were   shockingly  at   variance.  They did more than disagree.   To the delight  of James   Conmee,   they   muddled  things in a way that would give less distinguished gentlemen a passport to Mimico,  Ontario.  . There was   first a " resolution,  which, perhaps,  was all   right; then an  amendment and finally an amendment to  the amendment.   This last speaker Evan-  turel in the course of the afternoon, by a  ��� process of judicial alchemy, declared to be  ah  amendment to   the main resolution,  and therefore no amendment at all.   To  the disgust of McKay \ of Oxford, its designer,   he   ruled   if out of order.   The  House   with rare  unanimity admitted a  mixed   up. state  of  affairs.     Ccrscallen  pleaded for resolutions that would permit  struggling members to know  wbat they  were voting for, and Hardy was disposed  to side with him.   They kept up the talk  till   within an hour of midnight,  when  Patullo, with* a pang that fairly  shook  his constitution, yielded to the prayers ot\  the premier and withdrew the resolusion.  A happy man is Conmee.   For him  the  occasion of the failure ot Patullo's campaign against bonusing nieant_al} the\ioy  of J"that. night- in a Algoma  when strong  men wept^ibr joy and mothers hugged  their children closer t to   their   bosoms."  People ignorant of Algoma's fondness for  the      bonusing"    idea .   cannot     begin  to   understand  how  a^ blow  at   bonusing .  would    outrage    the    feeling    of  thVnorth.   Algomans here .have seen fit  to threaten everything short of secession.  They would give the southern  portion of  this province to which  we belong to un,  derstand that it has Jived long enough off  the resources of Ontario North.   Happily  the crisis .has  been averted.   There will,  be no trampling of armed northerners,  no more harnessing of tbe dreaded quartette, Reason, Riot, Rebellion and Rifles.  The Algomans will at once return to the  ways of peace, engage in  their favorite  diversion of lying awake at nights thinking out tale? of the resources of the north  to stagger the credulity of southern ten-  derfeet.   There will be no Gettysburg, no  battle of the Wilderness, no hero of Harper's Ferry ; for the shadowy form of rebellion has. departed, arid- the matchless  smile of James Conmee, rinbanridedVas in.  "the^da^^ixiisiflliM^by ariti-b-.nus xesdlu-  tions, reigns iu its stead.  Good Experts are Very Conservative;  [Mining and -Scientific 'lVojss. Mure) _ lltlhj  There is now in the field a Small army  of ''experts," whose business it is to go  about the country riiaking exatriinations  of 'mining'claim's in all stages of development. Men thus engaged have assumed a  great responsibility and in jpassing judgment on .mines have not Only their own  interest at stake but their opiniori Usually  affects many others. A realizing Sense of  this responsibility sefemS to make some  men over-cautious and others pay little  heed to the result. Of their report, being  satisfied to receive the agreed tee for their  opinion, fortunately the tendency Seems  to be towards the conservative side, for  the most prominent men in business are  generally well-known Conservatives, and  the lesser lights, finding that a bad error  .of judgment is likely to result disastrously in the future, are falling in line and  condemning almost everything they go  to see, and perhaps by so doing make  fewer mistakes. A would-be investor  may have occasion to look back with regret at a lost opportunity, but such regrets are of a somewhat different nature  from those occasioned by large sums lost  on unsuccessful "good things."  A Chance for Carley.  The Economist of this week says it is  time  to organize a new   party,   as the  leaders of the old parties���more especially  the Conservative leaders���are  not to be  trusted.   Evidently the Prohibitionists of  Quebec are of the same way of thinking,  for they have decided to no longer pin  faith to either of the old  parties;  they  will organize a third party, the one plank  of their platform to be prohibition with a  big P.     David Mark Carley of the Economist, here is your chance. You may never  have such another in your lifetime.     Get  in on the ground floor, and be its organizer  in British Columbia.  The Mining and Engineering Journal of  New York says: This momeutouseveut,  of the realization of which we have been  somewhat incredulous, has nevertheless  materialized, as we are informed by the  chief parties in it. The consolidation of  the smelters has been effected by a purchase for cash of the several works mentioned in the subscription contract, the  consideration being about $19,000,000.  Most of the companies have taken preference stock at par with a bonus of common  stock amounting to 70 per cent of the preferred stock.  In  addition to this issue of stock for  cash wherewith to buy the properties, the  new company is also to be provided in the ,  same  manner    with   $7,500,000   of  cash  working capital, and to this is to be added  about  $2,000,000    of  securities  acquired  from  some of the companies purchased,  thus bringing the  working capital up to  a bout $9,500,000.   The property purchased  is said to include also the Mexican mines  of the Kansas City Company, but not the ,,  Mexican    smelters.     Neither     are   the  Guggenheim works at Pueblo, Colorado,,  and Perth Amboy, New Jersey, or'the Bal-  bach Works at Newark, New Jersey, included ;  nor  are any of  the   soft lead  smelters of Eastern Missouri in the combination.   The works included are said to  have earned about $3,000,090  last year,  and with the improved prices for lead and  silver which'it is believed will be realized  this year, the net earnings are expected,  according to some of those in interest, to  amount   to $4,000,000; which  would not  only provide the 7 per cent- on  the pre- .  ferred stock, but would also pay a large  dividend on the common stock. Jt is, however, possible that all these expectations  may not be realized.  We are assured by those in control of  the consolidation that it is clearly understood that there shall be no advance in  smelting charges.   The probability, however, seems to us to be that large quantities of low grade ores which have here-   -  tofore been unmarketable will be utilized -  by reducing the smelting charges or the  freights to the smelters on them and the ������  high grade ores will,  in some-measure,-  have to pay for this. This cannot be complained of, for it will benefit many mines,  while it may make the few high, grade  mines a little less remunerative.  It is claimed with reason that' the combination will place the technical-knowledge and skill of the managers of all. the  works at the command of each," and this  should   effect  substantial  reductions "in  cost and at the same time render it more  _difficult*_for. outside^, .works-to  pompete. -V  "Anotlierrati vantage cfaimecl is that which  was claimedalso in the old clearing house  scheme���which'nevertheless did not pre-..;  vent a very substantial increase in smelt-",  ing , charges���that    -the - ores    can    be ,"'  sent where they will  make the most ad- "  vantageous  mixtures, and also that the -  smelters  will ��� not  have   to   carry   such   .  heavy stocks of ore as they now do.   No  doubt the combination-will be able to get  special low freight rates from  the railroads,'which will not be accorded to independent smelters..     - - . '  In short, the combination will undoubt-   ;  edly render possible a number of important ecpuomies-in freights, in general ex-   ,:  peuses and in technical  practice ;ic will  also in all probability be able to secure an -.  increase     in      the    market     price    of  silver,    which   "may-   amount    in    time  to    three   or    four    cents    an    ounce.-  That it -can   permanently  advance   the  price of lead is much more doubtful.   Allr  of these things should increase the' profits/  which   last year, were   as noted   above,  $3,000,000 on an investment valued at $I9,r  OOOjOOO  cash; and should  thus _make_the   "stock market end of the combination a  success.   How  much the mines, the producers of ores, will benefit by the combination remains to be seen.   The officials  of the new company claim it  will  benefit  them aud make all happy, but "by their  fruits ye shall know  them."   The underwriters (who, a sthesubscription (contract  indicates are Messrs. Lewisohn Brothers,  Moore .& Schjey and. &the  Standard  Oil   ���  Company) it is understood get for them- ".  -���elves, tohei-' brokers arid Ja\vyers, 30 p^r  cent   ofthe capital" stock.    They have    "  heavy expense.,-,"biit"get a very liberal;���}���&" v"  muJieration. .  A Sinail Building Burned.  A bouse on the Cariadian Pacific flatv  west of the depot, caught fire about 7:30  o'clock last night and was entirely de- ���  stroyed. The building was owned and  Occupied by an Italian named Bruschi  Farioni, who, besides losing the building  and furniture,, lost $200 in cash, which  was in his trunk, Farioni was visiting a  neighbor when the fire broke out, arid  and was unable to save anything. The  fire brigade responded promptly to the  alarm, but beyond keeping the fire from  spreading, could do nothing.  Waterworks for Ymir.  The people of the town of Ymir want  waterworks, and a company has been,  formed to finance the scheme. The proposed works will cost in the neighborhood  of $5000, and the income is estimated at  $1.75 a month. Ymir is a growing town  and waterworks there should pay well.  J. W. Rossis the chief promoter of the  company.       / -   '.'���'/'���  The Labor is Enjoyable.  The four daily papers at Nelson and Ross-  Ian d pay theCanadianPacitic$600ai__ionth  for press dispatches. The dispatches are  made up at Montreal, and are not wnrtb  the money that is paid for them. Is it  any wonder, then, that lambasting the  Canadian Pacific is a labor that is enjoyable.  . y, ���M  ' vy THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., THURSDAY,. MARCH 16,  1899.  PUBLISHERS" NOTICE.  THE DAILY TRIBUNK i* published every afternoon  (except Sunday), and will be delivered by carrier in  any town in Kootenay for twenty-five cents a week;  or will be mailed to subscribers for live dollars a year.  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  for two dollars a year.  REGULAR ADVERTISEMENTS printed in both the  daily and weekly editions for S3 per inch per month.  Twelve lines solid nonpariol to be counted a.s one inch.  LOCAL OR READING MATTER NOTICES 20 cents a  line for each insertion.  JOB PRINTING at fair rates. All accounts for job  printing and advertising payable on the first of  every month; subscriptions payable in advance.  ADDRESS all communications to  THE TRIBUNE. Nelson. B. C.  PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.  JC. GWILLIM, B.A.Sc. & W. S. JOHNSON, B.A.Sc.  ���     ���Mining   Engincors  nnd   Analytical  Chemists,  Slocan City, B. C.  Sewing Machine Sale  A.  H.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Arauyer.  Victoria street, Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,   No,  2.5,  Knights of Pythias, meets in J. O. O. F. Hall,corner  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   All visiting Knights are cordially invited to  attend.  C. French, C. C. - Geobgk Ross, K. of R. & S.  ��te Qbtftame*  DAilv Edition  First Yeah, No. 62  Weekly Edition. Seventh Year, No. 17  The wholesale grocers of Victoria and  Vancouver have formed an association to  foster and promote good fellowship and  more intimate social relations amongst  the m embers; to further the interests and  welfare of the trade on all occasions ; to  inculcate, maintain and adjustgood equitable principles in business and an uniformity in commercial usages ; to acquire,  preserve and disseminate business information amongst the members; to adjust  ���disputes, misunderstandings and difficulties amongst the members ; and generally to do everything deemed advantageous to the trade. Thomas Earle, Mi; P., of  Victoria, is president, and William Braid  of Vancouver is vice-president. The  association has a grievance. The griev-  v. anee is that the Canadian Pacific hauls  goods from Winnipeg to Fernie, a coal  town on the Crow's Nest Pass railway,  for. 81 cents a hundred, and charges $1.21  'a hundred for hauling like goods from  V Vancouver or Victoria to Fernie. The  yy Canadian Pacific  people have  been  in-  V ;: formed of this discrimination and have  "/'..���."promised to remedy it. While they are  ;V;at it, they might look into the question of  ^discriminating rates generally. Possibly  viVthey mig__t*eqhelude fogive'Nelsbnfiwhiehl  ���:.;'.'.'-.......v..   ���..(,-.'"..'���"...-9J.... .".^.i '��� %n a��D>,v ' .   o-  " 'n'   rfrf18".0*3"   ffB-J.. "aP   p"  ^VisVjusti as /rpucugot^asXwhole^le���'spoint  As we are short of floor space, we are selling* the balance of  our New Williams Sewing* Machines at the following* prices:  3-Drawer Improved, $28, 5-Drawer Improved, $30, 5-Drawer  Improved, Drop Head, $35. There are only a few machines  left.     Drop in and get a barg*ain before it is too late.  A. Perland & C?  Elliott block,  Baker street,   Nelson,  B. C.  TRY OUR PRICES ON PAINTS AND OILS  A carload just received. Another carload about due.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The Nelson Hardware. Go.    VICTORIA BLOCK, BAKER STREET, NELSON.  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.    =  PORK PACKERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . '  CHOICE CREAMERY AND DAIRY BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS  SPECIALTY:    "GRIFFIN BRAND'' MILD CURED MEATS  NELSON, B.C. ROBERT ROBERTSON,  Manager  Nelson office and warehouse:   Corner Vernon and Josephine streets.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  WINNIPEG, .MANITOBA.,  ymfrppi sj^son;  less?��cHatf��� aV 200-mile  i||HaUl;:?vT^  ;#*5Slief:*^  :��nd;fr  5&ie"ss.>��te*thw  ;;.._''East/>-*-P^  iyydt.'vNelsdn^ wodld^^ml-'ap)  V .Would "^  .;;���  .Pacific to;the^ayfr^l��on is discriminated,  ���;T''-'Ja.'gai'ttst^.*t^^^  ���...." ..wpuld*Iook����inio;.t_je matter;.., ���>s��*.y^-;;.,;...si ���  *>_.  ^|VNeif%r^  I^cii'^saie'^ ' "y.Jy "._/.";  ly"���^enl^fF^^:tf^!ne'\ve�����bJ'��� books "by wdW  ��� Jcnowns: JEdhn'orB... -Qur "stock, of .. fine = coi:re:  Will buy 24 horses, 12 wagons, 2 wag--  onettes, 1 bug-gy, iO sets sleighs, and a  complete outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc.,  and a going" business of $30,000 a year.   Terms.  Will  buy two lots and  improvements  on north side of Vernon street, between  Ward and Josephine streets.   Terms.  Will buy 30  by 120 feet on the south  side of Baker street.- betv/gsft Stanley  and Kootenay streets^-jjas^ ./  Will buy 50 by 120 feet on the northeast corner of Baker and Josephine  streets.   Cash.   ,  JOHN HOUSTON,  .     *   ' Vernon Street, Nelson  $3500  $4500  ^jflf-t*,��nij*r ��  $10,000  Wi tat HP ib-��H a r��Q h a w 4te(ridjEfflce. riots^&ii^Salei  "" ?^^}^^c9r^P'i^^rnom,<i-'8ja:eejjt  mBMm^md  leading 'fettture of Our busifless.  ^Jiai^ei .a'll��, the" newest,  ��^riveiiBl.esn & match.  tints aiid   shades' "with  "When inviting  g: t v:;ISdmpa_iiy,,.  l\ , ilJse. Pnif 4aii.ty invitation note. Do yoii  :kiio^���:���ye curry e'Al Kfome" Cards, "Visiting  "Garcis aifd f^khce Pro^rani^.   Our stock is.not.  tAmipfceti  ' .We can rteet all deftiands made upon, it,  we supply gOodfi to tlie confines of -British  ���Qoiiiiribiai a�� well as to  Nelson  �������  al^att^ntiolii;" gfiyen the t-tansr  fprydX Baggage- Office apd stables  ;oni V'exnon. street opposite TIi<  Tribune offi;ce.   'TelepHoneNOi^g  $moo"  ���moo  fm  ��� . ti ���  GENERAL TEAiVlStERS  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Go.  Washington Brick ar-d L\n\e Go.  The H. W. IVfclNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Aiitljra-  cite Coal (Hard)  ��H4'un-ie,.'a��rid* foi iom��^i(Si6ihil(si,f��0"..":  ^ppjS'ja&^USv^,Igts- oii��� P^arbpn;-iie';Sli,  .ipn'l^���y"��lta^_le]],, hh(K.odtehd(y..Ekke .neaf  ;". ^l-lo'ii^ .offefsf received;.; ���; '".���""���"���"���"  EHbuSe" t;o_reht" on .Stanley ;Sts %$l0Vper_in&nfili  \Varij$&v_i.-nip��*, ^hfires'Nelsdii, "Yiriir ,anS��� SSeJcaii  Money" to Joan.'a. lowest" rates.  ALE^C   STEWARD,, ^imng^Broker.  =Q-fi.co.--3,unier & Uoecl--. block, flaker and  VVarii streots Nelson.  Dimples A* Watennan & Co.  CUSTOIVIS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  SIEiNWAY  The  iBtandard  of the World.  Piano  NORDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada. .  ABT ANfi MUSIC CO., lelson, Agents.  Patronize Home Industry  SM0f(E UNION MADE CIGARS  Dealers (q  STOVEWOOD  S  Trunks and valises delivered to any part Of  the city. '   _^____  All kinds of draying done  at reasonable  rates.    Moving furniture a specialty.  Stand at corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  BEAL ESTATE and GMEBAL AGENTS  t3aker Street, Nelson  <:  E  OUT. SPKCIALTY  "BOYAL SEAL" CIGABS  MANUFACTUHRD BY THE  Kootenay Cigar  Manufacturing Co.  Nelson  W. A. C0STEL-.0, PROPRIETOR  Nelson Eleetrie Light Company, Limited  NOTICE  All persons having accounts, against the  company will present them at once to the  manager, and all persons indebted tp the  company are required to settle the same immediately.    JOHN HOUSTON, Manager.  Nelson, March 10th,. 1899.  FIRST COOK WKST RAfflC B. G. BUH-DING.  CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE CO.  -ETO-R   SALE'  _-Room Hou-ie, Mines Road  ? 750  _ Room Hou-ic arid 2 Lots, "Victor-ill St 1200  -FOB.   ���RE-IST'I-   . .  Three and Four R6om .Ileuses  C. J. D. CHRISTIE  GENERAL BROKER  Office in Aberdeen block. Baker St., Nelson  FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE  o  w . - %  B  and Summer  B  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS  %  Have arrived and we are showing* an unlimited variety, in the addition on Josephine  street. In the same place you will find our  new wrappers, and ladies' white underwear.  NEW BLACK DRESS GOODS  Comprising figures, stripes, and fine cords.  These goods are nice for separate skirts or a  full dress. ^Phey are equal to silk in finish,  and their wearing qualities are unequaled.       o  LADIES' BELTS  In elastic webb, pique and leather, in all colors  and pretty designs. Beaded and washing belts,  an immense variety of these goods on display.  CHILDREN'S BOOTS  We believe we have just what you want in  this line, a shoe that will wear and look well  in one,  try them.  B  m  l$r  CENTS3 UNDERWEAR  For this time of year, when it�� is too early for  balbriggan, we have a merino of medium  weight. They are not high in price and just  right for the present season. We can also  show you a fine range in lighter weights for  summer. The stock is stock is complete now  and we can give you the size you want.  CENTS' TIES  A^new clot just in, comprising bows, made-up  knots, four-in-hand, and the Ascot tie, that  you tie yourself. We have something new in  light summer ties; they are four-in-hand, very  pretty colors, and they will wash. They are  so low in price that you can afford to buy  them by the box.  B  m  Black Cashmere Socks, Black Cotton Socks, Black Lisle Socks, Natural  Wool Socks (something new.)   We have them any way you want them  Fred Irvine & Co  %  victoeia'bi'ock:, _b.a._e_:_-_._r street 3sr____n,soasr. 1e. c.  m<  i^a^a^ ^a^a ^a^a^a >  #  ^'u^_.G-____IS^a,   -ETOJR'    .  DARLING BROS., Montreal,  Elevators and Machine Specialties.  DRUMMOND, McCALL CO., Montreal,  .. Bar Iron, Tool Steel, and Water Works Supplies.  SADDLER & HAWORTH, Montreal,  �� ,i ^ ^:High-gradei; Leather, pelting. ,-;    ,. .. .   .     ���  re. JRb'lae^. ��� ��� ���'''.y , ..:: :' '"..*-   '"���:>������'��� ��� ���  SPECIALTIES :  Hydraulic Steel  Pipe  Flexible   Steel   Hose   Armour  0)k&MND ;IRdNf W|SE*SF#&rid, MI^  ���Writfe. ton ��^tklogaef an4 Fpiefes,     VANC1WJVER^vfisC^  AMD  RefinepS of Gold stnd Silver Wavs* Gold Dust, Etc  BTTTEES   OP  &old, Silver, LeadandGopper Ores> &old Coiieen.pa.es, Lead Bullioii,  0_6?,E  J^JSTID  -BITiLlOiSr -A-SS^^*3r_E_-BS  Works at Vallpjo JunetipM, Ca!lifbrnia Office, 416, jytoriTtgomery Street, San Fraiielsep, California  C. F. ETT  arid  Dealer  BEST DRY WOOD  EXPRESS and DRAYING  Delivered to any part of tho city.  Full measurement guaranteed.  BLACKSMITH) NG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attorded to by a -Irs-trClaes  wheelwright.  Special attention givpn to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  Office at Gornep Baker and  Ward  .it  .  Streets  LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING GO'S  HUNGARIAN BRAND  Having purchased the express and draying  business of J. W. Cowan, we are prepared  to do all kinds of work in this line, and solicit the patronage of the people of Nelson.  Orders loft at I). McArthur & Co's store,  northwest corner Baker and Ward streets,  will receive prompt attention.   Telephone 85 .  GOMER DAVIS & Co.  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that I will, thirty days from tho  date of this notice, apply to the government agent at  Nelson for a license to sell liquor at retail at my hotel at  Five-Mile Point, to be known as the Castle Hotel, in  West Kootenay district, British Columbia. *  Uatcd March 11th, 1899. H. A. HBYWOOD.  FLOUR  On sale at-  J. A. IRVING & CO.'S,  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S,  Baker Street, near Ward.  M. DES BRISAY & CO.'S,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street.  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that we will, thirty days from  the date of thi* notice, apply to tho government agent at  Nelson for a licenso to sell liquor at retail at our hotel,  known as the Majestic Hotel, situate on the government  trail' between Eagle and Forty-nine creeks, in West  Kootenay district, British Columbia,  ��� . JOHN MILES,  Dated March tst, 1899. K.BAKUJiiTT..  SHOP:   Ifalf Street, between. Baker and Varnon, Nelson  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  ���IN   TIIK   SUPREME   COURT   OK   BRIT-SII   COLUMBIA-  PKOUATK.  In the matter of the estate and effects of Charles Van  Ness, deceased, intestate.  Notice is hereby given that an order of this honourable  court dated the 25 aday of February, A. D. 1899, Alfred  John Marks and Decatur Downing have been appointed  administrators of the per-onal estato and effects of i lie  said deceased, who died on or about the 12th day of January, A. D. 189!).  All persons having claims against the said deceased  are required on or before the iirst day of April, A.J).  1899, to send full particulars of such claims, duly verified  by statutory declaration* to Alfred John Marks, of Nelson, B. C. with their ehristian and surnames, addresses  and descriptions and the value of tho securities, if,any,  held by thorn.  : And further take notice that after such last mentioned  date, the said administrators will proceed to administer  the said estate and distribute the proceeds thereof  amongst tho parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which they shall then. have notico and  will not bo liable for the assets or any part thereof to any  porson oi- persons of whoso claims notice shall not have  been received by them at tho dato of such distribution.  ELLIOT & LENNIE,.  Solicitors for tho Administrators.  Dated this 28th day of February, A. D. 1899.  Notice   of Application  tpt  Certificate   of  Improvements.  'HERON" 1-3231 O. 1, BUI.EKA t 3255,6. 1, 6. V. O. FRACTION  1.325- O. 1, I_._.XA*\'NIA_.:._"53_i. 1, GRAND _..18_0i). l.JIAC  KliACTION L ,3250"Q. 1, MINEKA.. CLAIMS, SITUATE IN  Till. Ni;i.80N MINING ISlV'ISION OF WKST KOpTENAV  DISTRiCT, AND LOCATED ON TOAP MOUNTAIN, ADJOIN  INO TIIK HAMj^UNKS.  Tkke notied that I, John Hir*ch, as agent for the Hall  Mines Company, Limited, free miners certificate No.  i255J_S( intend, fliSty days from tho dato hereof, to apply  to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements;  for tho purposo of obtaining a crown grant of the above  clairiis. And further tuko notico that action, under section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance bf such  certiflcate of improvement'., JOHN HIRSGH.  Dated this 26th day of November, 1898. [Jan 25]  Notice   of  Application   for  Certificate  of  Improvements.  .VEJ-IiOWSTONE MINERAL CLAIM, SITUATE IN THE NELSON  MINING DIVISION OK WEST KOOTENAY DISTKICT, AND  LOCATED SIX MILES EAST OF SALMON RIVER, ON FORKS  OF WOLF AND SHEEP CREEKS.  Take notice that I. J. Mi li. Fairbaim, acting as agent  for Hugh M. Billings, free miner's certiflcate No. 21,789a,  and Thomas Bennet, free miner's certificate No. 1,',625a,  intend, sixty days from the dntehereot to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of iniprovemonts, for  the purposo of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim. And further take notico that action, Under Section 37, must be con menccd before the issuance of such  certificate of improvements.      J. M. R. FAIRBAIltN.  Dated this 28th day of February, 1899.  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL  The annual meeting of the Kootenay Lako General  Hospital Society will be held on Tuesday, the nth day of  March, 1899, at 3 p. m.. in tho court house.  There will be a meeting of tho directors at 2:30 p. m.  The membership feo is $10 per annum, and entitles the  member to hospital benefits for one year.  Any person subscribing SI a month will bo entitled to  the benefits of the hospital for that period.  Subscriptions aro solicited and a full attendance of  members and those desirous of becoming members is requested. A full statement of receipts and expenditures  will be submitted nnd othpr important business will be  transacted. F. W. SWANNELL, Secretary.  WILL HUV  OLD  RAGS  THE TRIBUNE  Ofllce:   Vernon etroot, Nolson, B, C.  WILL SELL  OLD  PAPERS -  h  M  L     '    .1  J1  '*_!.  ���"-���I  ">'J  < .  1.1  t'-i  _f,i-:  ?S1  i  ':kfl  fl  (f I  !������*  m  Hit  m  m  m  Jlfl  ��  '.��-��"Jl  -*���"��� ''��� ��� i  .,���t ,--,-. THE TMBUNE. KELSON, B.C., THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1899.  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND   MT. ROYAL, President  lion. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  IS   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  *isr____XjSO_isr B-R^-^srcia:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THUG B^k-JSTKI  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  Are  Drafts  now  prepared  to issue  and Letters of Credit on  OF CANADA  Capital, Paid  Reserve  Up  $2,000,000  1,200,000  BRITISH COLUMBIA POTTERY CO., Ltd  VICTORIA,  B. C.  .MANUFACTURERS OF  PR..SSED BRICKS     FIRE BRICKS      FIRR CLAY  VJTMFIKD SALT GLAZED SEWER PIPES        BKANOUKS IN   .���-  LONDON  (England).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cablo Transfers  GRANT COMMKROIAL AND TRAVKLLKHS' CKKDIT8,  availablo in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS I88UKD    COLLECTIONS MARK; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OV INTEREST PAID  INTEBESTING   REMINISCENCES  Of Peter Mitchell, One of the Fathers of  Confederation.  Pericles, on his  deathbed, reproached  . the Athenians with ingratitude ; and the  Hon. Peter Mitchell (if the momentary  association be.allowed) after a long life of  public service, finds tliat the reward of  the patriot is���to be forgotten ! "Sharper  than a servant's, tooth," as Shakespeare  has ib, "is a thankless child," and it is  possible that the supreme bitterness to a  public man is the consciousness that, the  stage can be set and the drama of life'  enacted without him.  A new generation jostles greatness and  knows it not. The harvest is carelessly  gathered while the sower is forgotten.  The name, the personality, diminishes���  recedes from the view, although it made  history; the new generation is superbly  indifferent to ancient claims.  To feel that a hungry generation treads  on the memory of past service, and that  he who was once a commanding force  now lingers superiluous on the stage���  this expresses, perhaps, the utmost poignancy of human experience.  Not that the Hon. Peter would for a  moment acknowledge that he is embittered by the consciousness that the great  work of his life���the making confederation   possible.���has   not   received,  that  . appreciative"regard from his countrymen  that-it deserves. "Sir Peter," as. those*  who know him intimately love to - call  him, is a bit of a-cynic ; but through his  cynicism there runs a healthy sound of  laughter. At seventy-five -he * is 'genial,  lively, apt, while his eharacteri/.-Uions���  -the verisiiuilitude'of which is striking in  the  extreme���never- exclude'  a. certain  large tolerance1'which sympathizes, with  limitation. *   -  Sir Peter is pleased to think that -a cer-  ^tain rememberance of his work,is being  stirred up. in the public "mind.   At tho  , same time the father of confederation has  no illusions.   The public, has a shortmem-  -ory, and one of the most eloquent argu-.  meuts iu the world is a bank account.  '    After all, what is a monumeht���though  -it be of enduring brass���when you are  dead ? He who neglects his own interests  to serve the public may be a, patriot; will  patriotism keep one warm and comfortable in old age ?  Sir Peter is apt, in his cynical way,  which he purposely exaggerates, to strike  a note like this; but he immediately says:  "After all I have the consciousness that I  have Served my country, and the public  are beginningDto���ruecognize whatj.it meant  lK#^l>K.��il.rrS^ l..i|,lt-.ar��/...f'iarllinl^rt Firm   '"��� n       *>'  to'bi-iiigSbprvt.'cdhf'ederation  Sir^Peter conies Oi a wli.oli3SiQ.me Scotch  ancestry.    Hfe "himself was born in the  I    y<|arJS2^ atj^Ne^  Bmuswjfck- He early- discovered a love  for the legal profession, and went as a  law clerk, to Mr. Geprge liferr, then a  pfomihehtJlawyef, in whichu capacity he  served four years. After this he studied  law for five years, aud* was called to the  bar in due coursse as a barrister. Other  interests, however, engaged lm attention,  and he gave attention to the lumbering  and shipbuilding industries. Chiefly politics claimed the regard of the ardent and  independent young man, and although in New Brunswick the people  had only known the Vide of the po_il.ii.ia-  oligarchies, here and there a spirit of iu-  depeudeiSce was springing up, to which  young Air. Mitiiiiell gave daring expression. He was asked to stand for the  county of North Northumberland, while  a vety young hlan. He made his maiden  speech in 1811; he eutei'ed the legislature,  Which then knew no regular parties, and  which was dominated by the family com-  pactsystem. There wasnotmuchchaucefor  distinction ; there was no large questions  at issue ; the country Was undeveloped;  and, in the words of Mr. Mitchell, "we  just drifted along until the question of  confederation came up."  Mr. Mitchell became in due course legislative councillor, and in 1858 he entered  the government of Mr. (afterwards Sir  Leonard) Tilley.  "Who is responsible for the confederation idea ? Who claimed original authorship ������?"  'T don't know that any man ever claimed to be the originator of the idea," the  Hon. Peter will tell you, as he allows his  mind to dwell upon the past. "It had  been iu the air for a great while. In the  lower provinces there had been the  thought that New Brunswick, Prince  Edward Island aud Nova Scotia should  unite in one province. That was a good  idea. . It should have been carried out.  The then governor, the Hon. Hamilton  Gordon, uncle of the present earl of Aberdeen, was in favor of this move. I do not  impute motives, but it would have been  natural had the; governor seen in such a  camion the chance of a great distinction,  as the first governor-general.   Be that os  Dawson City, Yukon District.  it may, he supported the union of the  three provinces, and representatives of  these provinces had agreed to meet at  Charlottetown to discuss the proposal,  and it is curious that just as we were  about to open the conference, sir John  Macdonald, sir George Carrier, the Hon.  Mr. McDougall, the Hon. Mr. Langevin,  and the Hon. Mr. Chapais, landed in the  government steamer, came to our meeting, and made the suggestion that we  should consider first the larger question  of confederation of all the parts of. Canada. This proposal was made in an offhand way, and it is .curious to reflect  what trifling circumstances are instrumental in bringing about large results.  We consented to adjourn our conference  and meet in Quebec.  The Quebec conference was held, and  the larger idea mooted. We did not reach  details ; we dealt with general principles.  The question was how stood public opinion ? Neither sir John Macdonald, for  Ontario ; Cartier, for Quebec; nor Tupper,  for Nova Scotia, dare bring the issue before the public. They were all afraid of  defeat. I then boldly said 1 was not  afraid to go to the people of New Brunswick upon the confederation issue. . The  test was to be made iu my province. It  was made, and although the people, as a  whole, were favorable to the idea, still,  through local circumstances, the question  was defeated. Tbe Tilley government;  retired from power, and Albert J. Smith  became premier. -..-  ���  "Well, that was a slap in the face, or  looked like it. I still remained a member bf the legislature. The governor  and I were great friends. I had often  given him advice, and helped him ail in  my power. He was about to leave for  England to get married, and before he  left he said to me, "Well, Mr. Mitchell, I  suppose it will be a long time before we  see you again among us," meaning that I  would not be a member of the government for a good while. "Oh, I don't know  that," I replied, "I believe confederation  can still be carried." "Are you in earnest?" "I certainly am," I answered,  "and the last has not been heard of the  question." "WeH.'j that alters the complexion of the "question," was the governor's reply.  When-the governor returned he sent  for Mr. Mitchell, and reverted to. the eon-  federation   question.      The    latter   was  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  O.  R.  WILKIE, General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  A general banking unninoss transacted.  Savings bank department. ,  Deposits of il and  upwards received  and interest  allowed.  d. M. LAY, Manager.  sir John?" Mr. Mitchell asks*, musingly.  "Because I was not so plastic as the other  men in the first place; because, in the  second, I had done something which sir  John, with all his prestige in Ontario,  could not do. I had confederation in the  only province in the Dominion in which a  test had been made. Sir John was jealous  of me. He showed it then ; he showed it  afterwards. I did not wait till he died to  say so, either."  All kinds of sanitary fittings, agricultural drain tile,  flower pots, terra eotla, chimney pipe and flue lining,  chimney tops, fire brick, fire clay, all kinds of fire clay  goods, assayers'furnaces etc., made to order.  Ornamental  Cement  Cai'den  Border Tiles,  Vases,   Etc.  plaster of purls, lime, and all kinds of  ornamental plaster work.  P. Burns & Co  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at jfalson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Everything is Dependent on Mining.  Modern comfort, modern progress, the  achievements of science, the daily requirements of every line of business all depend  upon the mining industry, which is the  greatest factor in'the industrial development of the nation. Nothing has done  more for the country; nothing has had  less recognition. The mining industry  has developed this west half of America,  has furnished the sinews of war1 and the  requirements of peace, and its trials and  successes rival the greatest of any other  ofthe world's achievements. The mining  industry is entitled to representation in  the Laurier cabinet, not as a favor or  a fostering care, but as a matter of business, a necessary present demand, a measure of justice to the general public, whose  needs could be better conserved thereby.  The Treraont Hotel  Bulbs, Roses, Hollies, Ilhododendrons,  Fancy Evergreens, etc. Thousands are  growing ou my own grounds. .Most  complete stock in the province. Bees  and bee supplies, agricultural implements, spray pumps, and cut flowers.  New catalogue now ready.  RETAIL  STORES AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  tjead Office, Nelson, B.C.  IVjALOfJE & TREGILLUS  PKOPItlETORS  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospeetors  strongly of opinion, that confederation  would be carried if a chance- were given.  ''Suppose 1 give you a chance," said the  governor significantly.  "Well, the man to carry it is Mr.-Tilley.  I will work under him and do all in my  power, but he must lead."  "Do you wish for the opportunity ?"  asked the governor.  "Certainly."  "See Mr. Tilley, make your arrangements, let mekuow, and I will find a  way."   n  t Mr. Tilley had been defeated upon the  question by a majority of three to one.  He said to Mr. Mitchell: "You can try it  again if you like; yotvdonVcare what the  people think of you."  "Not two straws."  "Very well; go ahead ; I will support  you; but I could not lead or the people  would say I was a fool."  In the end, Mr. Mitchell undertook to  lead the campaign. The governor was  communicated with; an occasion of disagreement with the ministry was found  ���"Yoii know these things are simple  when you understand," Said Mr. Mitdhell  =significautlyT^M.!^  to form a ministry, which he did, and the  new administration went to the jj.eople  with the cry of confederation ibr the  whole of Canada.  Mr* Mitchell was premier, of course;  Tilley was made secretary; Fisher, attorney-general; Johnston, solicitpl'-general;  IX. I). Wilmont, minister" without portfolio. Mr- Mitchell held five of the seats  in the cabinet vacant, putting a proper  regard Upon the temptations of office to  influence the doubting.  When Mr. Mitchell was a young man,  he was full oi' courage and daring; he  made speeches all clay and ftll night; he  aroused the country; and he was returned by an overwhelming majority���a  ���majority of four to one-*-completely reversing, in four mphths, the popular decision.  "The sole issue was confederation. Mr.  Tilley gave me the warmest support, but  it was my own personality. It was not  politics, it was a.person. I thus made  confederation possible, for, as I tell you,  .not'.one of the men concerned dared-go  before the pther provinces with the question. New Brunswick came up to the  test, and the vote made confederation a  reality."  The Quebec conference met a second  time, when the plan was elaborated, and  the new Federal cabinet formed.  Curiously enough, Mr. Mitchell's name  was left out���or, rather before Mr. Mitchell was thought of, sir John Macdonald  had given all the cabinet seats away., ^  "lam sorry, Mr. Mitchell," he said, "but  I had to promise the fellows all the positions ; but I have created two new positions���the ministry of marine and fisheries  and the secretary of state for the provinces.   I offer you the latter."  "I would rather have marine and fisheries," Mr. Mitchell said.  "But I tell you there is nothing to do in  it;    take  the  secretaryship,"   sir   John  urged. ���_"'_.''  "No, I prefer the other."  "Do you insist upon it.?"  "I do."  "Very well, you shall have it."  "Now, why was I rather neglected by  THK BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  _JjOTge^poniforfoblo_ibe(li'ooras^ar!d^-irst:Olass=-li!iing-  room.   Sample rooms for conintercial men.  BATES   -63.3   -EPEJ-B   ID-A/X*  Mrs. E G.  j  Latfe of, the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  H* G- -1UME' Onager.  The finest hotel in the interior.  Large sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OK WARD AND VERNON ST&, NELSON  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  management since 1890. _,._.,,,.  Tlio bed-rooms arc well furnished and   lighted by  eleetricity. .- .   Tr.    .     .  Tho dining-room is not second to any m Kootenay.  bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  The  imported liquors and cigars.  p * THOMAS MADDEN,  Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot air  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL*  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Sr:gaifc     Revelstoke, B. C.  ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   TICKETS.  To and from European points via Canadian and American lines/ Apply for sailing dates, rates, tickets, and  full information to any Canadian Pacific railway agont or  C. P. R. City Agont, Nelson.  WILLIAM STITT, Gonoral 8. 8. Agont, Winnipeg.  60_ Westminster Rood, "Vancouver, B. C.  R, REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine I-ager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to tlio trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets,' Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  ��� BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY C0OKINGVA SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  R. HURRY, Prop.  BON TON BESTAUBANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The only .restaurant  in.the city  employing"- only white cooks.,    '    -  :' Merchants' lunch   from   12   to   2  o'clock,  25 cents.    Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders   at  all   hours.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  AND SOO LINE  Fast and  Short  Route to and   From  Kootenay Country.  First-class and Tourist Sleepers Operated from  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC  Tickets issued through and baggage*  checked to destination.  0O3VT3ST__i.CTIO-N'S  Rossland, Trail and  Robsoq.  Leave.                             DAILY * Arrive.  (i:_0p.m NELSON 10:'.0p. m.  Main Liqe and Intermediate Poinds via Slocan Lake.  Leave.                                DAILY Arrive.  (i:30 a. in NELSON 8:30 p. in.  Kootenay Lake-Kaslo R.oute--Steam.er Kokanee.  Leave.                Daily Except Sunday Arrive  4:00 p. in NELSON 11:00 a. m.  Kooteqay fjiver Route-Steamer Moyie.  Mon.-, Wed;, Fri. :   "                               Tues., Thill's., Sat,  ���.:00a.m. Leave.........NELSON Arrive 6:50 p. in.  MakescOnnoc.ion atPilot J.ayjwit-i-_itcamer_Koknnce-  iirbotlfdirections. .  Steamers on their respective routes, call at principal  landings iii both directions, and at other points when  signalled.  Ascertain Rates and full information by addressing  nearest local agent, or  C. E. BEASLEY, City Ticket Agent,  Ft. W. DREW, Ageqt.  Nelson.  UVCfi  i Nelson, B. C.  W. F. AndEhbon, Traveling, Passenger Agent, '  E.���J. Goyle, Dis't Pass(Sngor Agent, Yancbuv  Spolfana Falls & MMm,  Nelson & Fort Sbeppard,  Red J.oii.itai.1 Railways,  The only all rail route without change of cars  between Nelson and Rossland, arid  Spokan.6 ar|d Rdsslarjd.  DAILY   TRAINS.  Leavo Arrivo  !.:���_*��� rum... NELSON 5:30 p.m.  11:55 a. hi  ROSSLAND Ii:10 p. in.  8:.'��* a. ni : SPOKANE  ..0:10 p. m.  Tho train that leaves Nelson at 6:20 a. hi., nulkcs close  connections at bpokane with trains for all Pacific Coast  poihts.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Crook con  nect at Marcus with stage daily.  C, G. DIXON, 6. P. & T. A.  Kootenay Bailway & Navigation Co.  STR. INTERNATIONAL  Daily oxcept Sunday.      Pacific standard timo  KASLO TO NELSON  South      Read Read      North  bound      down up        bound  Leave    6:30 a.m   Kaslo  ..... ..8:30 p.m. Arrive  Due        7:30    ���     Ainswortb 7:10    �� Duo  Duo       8:00    ,   Pilot Bay  6:'*0    ������ Due  Due       8:15    ,.   ........ Balfour ....H.OO    ,. Due  Duo       9:45    n    Fivo-milc Point....5:10   h Due  Arrive 10:30    .,     Nelson  ,_:30    n     Leave  Connects with N. & Ft. S. Ry. train for Spokane, leaving Kivo-milo Point at 10:05 a.m.  Steamers leave Kaslo city wharf at foot of Third street  ROBERT IRVING. Manager.  I^aslo & Slocan Railway  GOING WKST  Leavo    8.00 a. m.  Arrivo lO.dO   " .  DAILY  Kaslo  Sandon  coin*o:kast  Arrive 3.55 p. m.  Leave  1.15    "  .CODY   BRANCH. '      V  Leave    11.00 a.m. Sandon' . Arrivo 11.40 a. in  Arrivo   11.15    >' Cody  - :oi  Leave 11.25  G. F. COPELAND, Superintendent.  Bak.er street, nelson E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  James McPhee  PRACTICAL  ELECTRICIAN  Will contract to supply and install any k;ind of electrical machinery  Will wire buildings for electric lighting, electric bells,  electric burglar alarms, elccLnc annunciators.  Will contract to install fire alarm systems in towns an  cities.   Full stock ot wire and .fixtures on hand.  WI^ITE FOR. PRICES.   Office and Storeroom:   Josephine Street, f.elson.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD OFFICE,  LONDON,  ENGLAND.  "All communications relating to British  Columbia business to be addressed  to P. O. Drawer  '    ' '    505, Nelsons British Columbia  J.  S.  RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager r  S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer .   1  NELSON, B.C.  River Lumber Company  Situate-on the Crow.s  ber of any description  district of Kootenay.  Tenders Solicited  Nest Railway, is prepared to deliver lum-  in  any quantity  at any  place .within'the  GOAT  RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY,  G.  A.  BIGELOW,  Manager  Nelson  Planing Mills  FLOORING, LINING, MOULDINGS, DOORS,   AND_SASHES-IN-STOCK.   EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOINERY, DOORS AND WINDOWS  MADE TO ORDER.  Office and Mills Corner Hall and Front Streets* NefepL  Lumber   Lumber   Lumber  Kootenay Lake Sawmill, G. O. Buchanan, Brpp.  First   d'ass   lumber  at   right   prices  Door*., Tn rued Work, etc.,  Yard:  Foot Hendryx Street.  Also  a  full   line   of   Sash,  constantly on hand,  JOHN RAE> Agent  For Miners, Pit Sinkers, Quarrymen and Contractors  ONTARIO POWDER WORKS, King-ston, Ont.  .MA.VUKACTUKKIJS AND Dl-AI.EUS IX  Blasting Apparatus, Fuse, Caps, Ic.  ���W3ITE   FOE   PRICK   LISTS  GEO. CMDOGK & GOf  WAKEFIELD, ENGLAND;  Original Manufacturers and Intpoduceps of Lang's Patent  SOLB  _A.a--E.3_TO?S   -FOK   C-A.:_-q*V_VD_i___.' THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON, B. C, THURSDAY, MARCH ItJ, 1899.  TX7"E carry the most complete line  of drug sundries in Kootenay  and the quality of our goods is the  best that money can buy. Our prices  are no higher than our competitors  for inferior  charge  goods.  See that your  prescriptions are  filled by us.  Wo use none but tlie best quality of drugs and chemicals  Special attention given to their compounding  /  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NEI.SON  Special this WeeK  Box Calf,  Heavy Goodyear Welt,  Chrome Tanned,  Leather Lined Shoes  \  Just  arrived,  a  stock:  of  the  celebrated  Oup price, $4.50  Regular price, $5.00  18 and 20, Baker Street,  (Postoffice Store) Nelson  Branch Store at YMIR.  James A. Gilker  <SsrM\  '���WSi  SfefW^ a geiiera$  ��^'ye":^;'%iy&yfx.��^ ^.t'i'Kifi^ -ft":.��>#te i. *': ��� .     *".. " "   ���"    -      ���    ���-">>> 4  ^pnntin^JSEmdJbooKomaiiim.bu'sm'ea^;''' .-,,   -.:���'. .   ���. v .\ v-< .'���?.���  |:/'|>:Of|Jh;e^Gapital^:^QlQ.. sHares^iswill. fee/.issued" -to the former  ^^fi^^^l^lfee^^^ia-M'ii^ and 400. vo'jffered to-the ptiblic for  iJsilbkbriptio^ .tlae^<:r6mMmnffV��� 1;(�����0>twll�� remain, in the treas-,  ,^i^^Sl?l^:^b13e''ewdii,iQ^ $5te-. 4DQ :g��raiess differed t;o the public;  v^ilfcfee^sedTin pmrchasi&g'additidnal plant.   The sutess.Grip-  ^iiBnfTO^oks *ior& sharers ^ili open on Wednesday, March l��th,  ?"|ip'"fthe?opic.& of the, "assOGi'ation, on Y'^^Qny^t-e!&tiWe)a6u.-  5^5eMlif/v,ftae'*tafpu_P^ oa s^hscribing; .one-fourth in  ';6ne-fourth in ��0 days; and one-fourth in 9Q days.  Manager The Tribune Associatioh. Limited.  BY BUYING YOUR WATCH FROM  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Owing: to the illness of those who were  to have assisted, there will be no concert  in the opera house on the evening of St.  Patrick's day. The concert has been indefinitely postponed and those who have  purchased tickets will have their money  refunded.  The general opinion in saloon circles is  that the saloon license which the city  council created for the west of Stanley  street will go to the Baker street premises in the Oddfellow's block; that the  license will be issued to A. II. Clements,  and that James Neelands will be associated with Mr. Clemonts in the business.  A number of changes took place in  the oiTficials of the Great Northern railwa5\ In addition to his office of general freight and passenger  agent for the Spokane.Falls & Northern  railway, 0. G. Dixon of Spokane has been  appointed cemmercial agent for the entire  Great Northern system. II. A. Jackson  has been appointed contracting freight  agent for the Great Northern and Spokane  Falls & Northern railways.  Captain Hodgins is getting his company  of the Rocky Mountain Riiles drilled to  march like soldiers. They are all skookum  men and already have the swing of men  that have been through a dozen campaigns.  The sampling works, for which a site  was secured last week, will have a daily  capacity of 150 tons. The piles for the  foundation have been ordered, and manager McDowell says there will be no delaj*  that can be avoided in getting the plant  in operation.  The merchants of the city are of the  opinion that when the city council takes  up the question of imposing a liquor  license upon the Nelson Club, it should  also impose a retail traders' license. Not  only does the club do a retail liquor business, but it also does a retail tobacconist's  business.  The contract for the erection of a residence for A. H. Buchanan on lots 9, 10, 11  aud 12, block 35, southwest corner of  Ilendrj'x and Carbonate streets, has been  awarded to George McFarland, and the  work of excavating for the foundation  was commenced this morning. The building will be 38x40 feet, three stories with  basement, and will cost about $5000.  The transfer of the following mineral  claims were recorded today at the Nelson  office: Minneapolis, at the west fork of  Barret creek, adjoining the Porto Bicp  group���C. F. Ditter to. R.. W. ��� Bacon., one-  third interest; Number 2, situate opposite  Forty-Nine creek, two aud one-half miles  from the Kootenay and Columbia railway  ��� George H. H. Symonds and R; -G.  O'Driscoll to Edmund C. Traves, two-  thirds interest. *  James Lawrence was down street to-,  day for the lirst time since his recent ill-  ^XTli%'"foiina  lot sMtontreal*; building?areAexjpected; tftis  ;^WjE!ekv%n tf i^^  ���. exc��avatirig>w,illVc6'm ..--'eiic'fe'ii'extWSekyv^'  ���=t>The ".city^Vaudit experts.Yhav.e\^eporled,.  woy.ersthe-siebatiimjor/ones^ot^th^m'sonly;^  :The co.uucil"Swill^actu\wiseIy . it *they ;CQn���-���  sign!it"to'ithe waste,pasketijiorat,*.is^mei:e-  ,rmis^.r[:^^Tf ,;.>;��;;.* f^A^ ]*'  ^^li'el/t.eW"M^thpjlsfc*. parsdnage frouting.  '.o;n!UB"Jn6seJ3hine��" fetre,et,��� at 3thie'lfrear* pf ��fflie:'  |:cEiirc'fi\(Ssi��n��a;��^ is kj  ^erjy'.Bne"at ikh^co^ The  olji". ��: pardon age ;;on;fSilica j street was*; r,e-,  VcentlyS"Pu"rcha^ed*s^  liii^bfi fEeli. atrivaliiri NelfeQif." ��� ' ���. f  V G.i��.VBuciJUifan qf Kaslo- was' in 'tbjy���ii*  "t'd.day sizing, up ; tlie^outlodk. "for tliis  .-lesson's busiiiesfe" in theBlumb"er line.  u .The plan-!; for 0Reisterer"& 'Cb.'S new  "brewery*h-ive been. co'mple*te<l by. G. D;  Curitis;;a%c__."i��tecti Th%,fiewbnilflih^' will  b*e Jdiir stdrfes" high"; ="*^i6h��",b_is"ement and!  ���sip��k$p cellars,j-rt'ghtfy.j.djEtJo.n^ai&ytfhjrtj.  "feet"wide and wil 1" be erected."on lot 7 and  Dpa.rtlof lot8, b'iock'46," immediately east  of the present brewery building. |t will  be equipped with, all the; most mode_*u  machiheriy, the estimated cost being abbut  $15,000. ,;.   ��� ,"��� .    ���   -  A Woman'sjDha-irpioa.  was decided upon. The secretary was  instructed to write to Montreal* Winnipeg, Vancouver and Chicago and secure  information regarding the cost of publishing the map. It is proposed that if possible the map shall show all the country  from Pent.icton on the west to the eastern boundary of the province, and from  the international boundary line to the  main line of the Canadian Pacific railway.  " BUSINESS   MENTION.  For the convenience of packers to the  mines, l...!<.kmiin & Kor wo ciirrviiiK a slock of pressed  hay. put. up in suVLMily-llvn pound bales, u sample hale of  which may be seen in l.i-sHrisay & ('o.'s wiirJow.  ^��r~  Contractors  and Others  Who use picks, shovels, etc.,  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, .which for qualities and  material cannot be beat.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  \  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Brill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  G-iant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,   Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  Vancouver Hardware Co., M  Importers of Shelf and Heavy 'Hardware.  MARA & BARNARD BLOCK, BAKER ST., NELSON  GARDEN  FIELD and  FLOWER SEEDS  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street.and City WharfU  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  Will   be found  in  their  new  premises  on  with  a complete stock  of  Baker Street  Shelf and  Heavy  HARDWARE  Heavy  and Shelf  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  .fcataltffifu&'Ws'es.;  i  ij/i  ;yyi"-? \ .'y   Lla^jpJTEOB:     "      "/���_"  .V '��pifijeii'JBaJiei^ah^'^tanf^ ."JNolson".".  %  Gold, Gold  Any ^Fade  All guarari  Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases  movement from 7 to 21 Jewels  Repairing a specialty  -P_   O-   BOX   34k  -tsr-Ex.soosr, b. c.  TMT and fflfflffi lANUFACTOfiY  Canvas Goods, Tents, Awnings,  and Fancy Striped Curtails for  Verandahs and Windows  ALL  KINDS  OF  InTelson, Marclj Kith, 1809.  To the Editor of The Tribune: Would  you be kind enough to.aliow me a little  space in your paper to make few remarks,  about that -vVohian that was hang in St.  Scholastique. I am against capital pun-  nichement., more So for the fail* sexe. We  have a proverbs in i'reneh as this (Ce c[ue  femu-.c. veub. Dieti le veut.) I had many  discusfcions and came near to get in trouble latealy oh account of that above meen-  tiori woman.  That woman ai'e equal to man Idilfere  oi' opinion. God had to used a woman to  send the Savior every christions know  the reason why and used men only to  warn us of the advent.  J..i-KAil.- HoniiJ.AHi).  Want Information as to Cost.  The committee of the South Kootenay  Board of Trade, to whom was referred  the question of publishing a map showing  the trade advantages of Nelson as a distributing point, held an informal meeting  yesterday afternoon, but nothing definite  TJie ].idiesD of Kels.oli will all .lij&vSj  tlieir ne**.y Spying" bbnihSts and youi;  old- suit ^11 look slfiibby. _ ��all  ai'oui.d, ptipd Jet us' jiirtke,ryou look  <n0,\v..i_i.ra iiew Spring Suit; A full  line &f spring iind suminei* goods  just l'feceivedi,  H, E Vincent, Merchant Tailor  P_0*S  ere),  111;  ^aBradoi-  bouijd itins, aa.jpoiind"JiitsjandvhalfiJBarlr.elS*.-  fSemrrfig" "and'v^  EftESH EGCfS      ^ffi���0B>lERANBERRIES  tetf^i^^itfc:o1i  "BSKBUTST. west, nelsq'nTimX^  and  D. M. JPERTIY &  CO'S  Fres|i Garden and Flower  fjf  HI  It you tvniit a nobby suit or a stylish pair  of paiits |or spring wear call at rOoms d and  !) (Jlcmqnt.s block. I will show yon soine  nice qlot.li ami; samplesi, and will send same  (o your olllce or rd'onr where your inca.s*uro  can bo lukcti. *\Vill lit you as you iVere  never fitted, before.  LADIES' Tjtn_On*M___I-J_ SUITS  A SMCCIAI.TY  J  e  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hqreby Kivct. that I, the und-Tsijincd, Austin  H. Cleiilents, intend at ilicJiret sitting oi" tho board of  licenSint..coniinissioncr8 of the City of Nolson. lo bo held  thirty (DO) days after (she publication of this notice, to apply for a retail liquor saloon license for tho premises  Known as tho Corner store of tliO; Odd Kcllows building',  on lot number One (1) in. block (1*2). being situated On tlio  southeast corner of Haker and Kootenay streots in tho  West ward of the said City of Nelson.  AUSTIN H. CLEMENTS.  Dated this lath day of March, A.D; 1899.  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON, B. G.  Bre.'ul and pastery liiiikers are  have tliat woiulorful Hoiii*, called  rejoicing over   the  good  news   that  DosBiimy <t Co.  JR,  for  any (lour of its kind  It mnkes nice white   bread  mid we   have put the  price   below  a short time.    The quality is guaranteed or money refunded.  We are still leading the trade in groceries, .others try to foNow but have to give up  the chase;  they have to admit our stock is tc-0 large fbr them to compete against.  We have struck it lucky in Teas, everybody is drinking our brands.  THEO. MADSON SSSSm  PROPRIETOR       Baker St. opposite postoffice, Nelson  THE BBACKMM & IER MILLIM CO., Ltd,  ���WHOLESALE   -AllSTX-i   E3__T-&.IL ,  -E__:-A_."y,    G-iJ-_^I-I_T_   _EJn_H-_EII_i-    ETG_  FIT ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE  We have them in the latest styles and lasts���A to EE  Ladies' Gents' and Children's  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. C.  DesBrisay & Go.  John A. Irving & Co.  HAVE JUST KECK-VI-D A CONSIONMKNT OK  YANKEE HILL'S PURE MAPLE SYRUP  IN GALLON AND ONE-HALF GALLON TINS AND BOTTLES  Write tor quotations on car lots.  _N _E_I_S03Sr,   _B_ C.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  a* AND a. WEST BAKER STREKT,; NELSON  Family orders a specialty and free daily delivery  Mail and telephone orders promptly attended to  ' ^Uakcr Street West, opposite Oddfellows'Block  TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED  THE FINEST ON THE MARKET  JUST THE THING FOR HOT CAKES  SPECIAL iTTMTffl  Have just received a consignment of Harris Home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SqUIBE, Baker St. Msod  .The supply is limited, so call early aud examine this stock.  -���..I-sil^V--*:^-^**^

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