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 T-> ��� -J1".'  1 rovijicial Librar  BOOMING   CANADIAN   PAOIFIGS  STOCK   APPROACHES   PAR.  Special to The Tribune.  Montreal, April 25.���Tlie stock market was greatly excited this morning-  over tlie rapid advance in Canadian Pacilic stock, and 5000 shares changed hands  in two hours, USA- being the highest price  paid here, while New York bought at !);->.},  and London went up to 00. This is the  highest price ever reached by Canadian  Pacifies, and wagers were made here that  the stock would be tit par by queen's  birthday, and $1.10 a month later.  WEDNESDAY MORNING. APE IL ���>(>,  1801).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;   WEEKLY, $2.  Talking About Federating.  Special lo The Tribune.  Heoina. April   25.���In   Ihe  legislature  today, .Mr. I loss, minister of public works,  introduced the budget,    lie said that the  federal   government's  subsidy  last year  -was $282,070, but this year the   territory  had ask oil   for  an   increase,  so   that the  total revenue-would bo''$5.'*55,000, the revenue   from   local   sources  being  $49,100.  Mr. Ross  said   that   the  northwest's requirements were   increasing  so   rapidly,  and the federal grant so slowly, that the  time  Avas  at   hand   when   the "-territory  must consider its financial position. They  could not enter con federation on the same  terms as had Manitoba, because.calculated  on such a basis they would be no better  off than tliey -wore  today,    if they, proceeded on tliat basis they  would have to  borrow in less than five years, and it was  not the policy of the government to borrow,  but to depend  purely   on   the  resources of the country. 'When the Northwest Territories entered confederation it  would want its kinds, and some  compensation for the lands that had been   given  to railways.    The Territories   he considered were entitled to an amount equal to  $1,000,000 a year on the capitalized values  of   lands  taken away   from   them.     In  making terms for entering confederation  the Territories 'would   insist upon  their  rights in this respect, and   that was   the  question   for   the assembly   to consider,  and for the 'people to discuss.  Federal Estimates Brought Down.  , ' Special to The Tribune.  'Ottawa, April 25.���Tn the estimates  which havo been submitted to the house,  the heaA*iest increase in the expenditures  is that for public debt. The increase under this head is $-121,000. The other increases are: $100,000, for immigration:  $270,500, for y~ukon administration;  $70,000. for militia and defence: $22,253,  for administration of justice; $10,484,  for civil government; $10,0()0;for quarantine; $10,300* for lighthouse service:  $11,000, i'or" subsidies' to. provinces; and  $3S,000,Icustoms and excise. The principal decreases, are-: $2'9.954: i'c>f.,ilegislation; $151,000. for ocean and river servicer 2S;000, lor Indians'r$:J2,000, for art  iind agriculture; $22,500, for fisheries;  $11,000. for mail subsidies : and $53,000.  for miscellaneous.  The railway committee this morning  passed a bill to permit the Ottawa electric railway to run Sunday cars, and permitting an extension of the line to Bell's  Corners.  A bill respecting the Alberta Irrigation  Company, changing tho headquarters to  London, and changing the name of the  company and increasing the capital stock,  was reported.  o'clock, so that they missed the Whatcom train. There appears to be no fast  steamers available for the Kingston run,  and an unsatisfactory connection for a  considerable time seems to be the  prospect.  Boodlers on Trial in Brooklyn.  Associated Press.  .\K\V    Vol lie,   April   25. -The   trial  of  Theodore .11.   Willis, former  city   works  commissioner of Brooklyn, and   William  TO. Phillips, former   police  commissioner,  who are accused of conspiring with  city  contractors to defraud the city of .'Brooklyn out of  several   thousand   dollars, began   today   before   justice    Wilmot    li.  Smith,   in    the   supremo   court.    Daniel  Doody, a contractor, was   the  first  witness.    .Me  said   that   two   months   after  Willis became, city works commissioner,  he   Avent   to   see   him    about   securing  city    contracts   and �� that   Willis   gave  him     ti    letter     to     Phillips.     Phillips  told   him    he     would    have   the   same  rights as anyone else in working for   the  city works .department, that he would be  required to pay a  sliding  scale on the  profits derived from  contracts  awarded.  "Out  of Avhat  contracts was  the   first  payment  made  to Phillips?"   asked district-attorney   Steele.      "The    Wortinari  avenue sewer." am"What did Phillips say?"  "That he had to divide with the commissioner, and that.the latter said   that  the  amount  was  so  small   that it avjis uot  Avorth  bothering   with."      Doody    said  Phillips Avas to have ten percent  ofthe  amount of the Wortman  Avenue seAver  contract,  and  that  he 'had paid him in  bills and no one else was present.  QUEBEC'S   BIG   WHISKY  VOTE  CHALLENGED   IN   THE   HOUSE.  The  Eoll Call.  Special to The Tribune.  John McCainmon of Kingston, an ox-  aldorman, d Led yo&fei'day of .dropsy* aged,  fifty-three. Deceased- was formerly hide  inspector; resigning office a month ago,  Robert Marshall, a* member of the firm  of Mjti'shall Brothers, AV'hoTesaJe tea nler-  clnynts oi Loudon, droprjed dead injns_  room yesterday. "He was 'engaged, in the  tea trade iii London for tAventy-five  years, and '"widely known in business  circles 'throughout -western, Canada-,  John McLaughlin,31.P.P. for Stonnont,  is dying of typhoid fever at his home at  AA'onniore.  Word has been received in Toronto of  the death at Frankfort, Kentucky, of  Fred Going, formerly a Toronto newspaper niaij-. Going Avent on the stage ten  years ago us uu elocutionist, nnd since  then lias inade seversil successful tours in  the United States and Canada.  Easy on a Talkative Captain. -c  Associated Press.  Washington, April 25.���At the cabinet meeting today tlie recent- utterances  of captain Coghlan, ofthe cruiser Raleigh,  were formally discussed. Secretary Long  said he had received a letter ou the subject from captain Coghlan in which the  captain disclaimed any intention of insulting the German emperor or admiral  Von Died rich, that his remarks on the  occasion of the Union League Club banquet were made in the most informal  manner, in the company of friends. Avithout any thought that they would  be l-ppeatod 'to. the public. As  they did .appear, he "said they  Avere exaggerated and distorted;,  and he was made- to say things he .did  not utter. He claims that under the circumstances his remarks should be regarded its privileged. After the cabinet meeting adjourned secretary Long and secretary Hay remained a short time with tlie  president to further disciiss the matter.  Tt is understood that tlm captain Avill  soon retire from tbe service through the  regular channel, and it "is thought that  in view of this fact, and further that lie  rendered distinguished sorA'iees at the  naval engagement at Manila, the authorities Avill show him as much consideration  as is consistent.  Kamloops Has a Fire.  Associated Pre.-s.  Ka.mj.oops, April 25.���A fire occurred  in Chinatown this evening, Avhieh for a  time threatened tobedisas,ti;ous. Through,  the untiring efforts of the firemen the  "blaze was confined to the Chinese joss-  house aiid a stable attached to the Queen'!?  hotels There avjis a high, Avind blowing  at the  t'hfle,_and_the^fine���biJek--block=  Sir John and Sir Charles.  Special to The Tribune.  Kingston, April 25.���At a. special convocation of Queens University this afternoon in the city hall, the formal opening  took place oi the new sir John A. Macdonald chair of political science. . The  degree of L. L. D. was also conferred on  sir Charles Tupper. In- a speech-. sir  Charles lauded the character of sir John  A. Macdonald, and claimed that both  parties had uoav united in maintaining  the national policy, eAren those avIio had  been its bitterest foes.  Victoria Sidetracked Again.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, April 25.���No satisfactory  arrangements are yet announced for the  passenger service between here and tlie  Sound which was interrupted by the loss  of the steamer Kingston. The delayed  mails arrived today the little steamer  Garland, and the ancient George E. Starr  is announced as a makeshift for tomorrow. The Charmer Avas croAvded onthis  ..morning's trip to 'Vancouver by passengers for the Sound avIio chose this longer  route, but a mishap to the steamer's  boilers   delayed    her   arrival until  one  occupied by tlio Queen's hotel narroAyly  ���escaped destruction. The loss Avill be  about $2000.   Negro Lynched in Kansas.  Associated Press.  GaLena, "Kansas, April 25.���-Charles  W. Williams, alias Jones, colored, avAs  shot to death in the jail today by a ni0b  of negroes. Williams killed Laura Caua-  faX, a Uegress. The mob was composed  of. about', twenty-five masked negroes,  who wetit to the jail, ami four of them  gained entrance: by'breaking the door.  Discharged  Without Pay.  Associated I'rcss.  Havana, April 25.���Five American  soldiers who were discharged' on Sunday,  iind who were ���waiting for transportation  iind pay, have been compelled to sleep in  the ]narks and beg for food. Of 200 men  discharged1 ou Sunday only thirty-eight  received tickets, although more than $200  was diie each man.  Brakeman Killed at Birtle.  Special to The Tribune.  WiNNiPi'Xi, April 25.���A brakeman  named Percy Holling Avas killed at Birtle  today by falling from a freight train.  The deceased leaves a Avifeand four small  children.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa, April 25.���The house went  into committee on supply today. Minister Fielding said in reply to Mr. Foster  that- tho government's policy about  statutory increase-this year was the same  as that of last yeaiynaniely : That civil  servants had neither a legal nor a mora/!  claim for statutory increases, but thatthe  question of increase was a matter of discretion on the part of the ministers.  Mr.'Foster made a demand for the laying on the table of tlie prohibition plebiscite poll books of the various constituencies in Quebec. During his address on.  the speech from the throne the minister  of agriculture dismissed the charges of  fraudulent plebiscite voting in Quebec,  by saying he had examined a statement  of the'frauds, prepared by W. H. Parent  for the Quebec alliance, and found that  not even the names of the returning  officers in Parent's list were correct. Mr.  Foster argued that Mr. Fisher should  produce the poll books Avith .which he  compared Parent's list.  The premier agreed that the minister  should produce the documents in his custody Avhen he quoted from them, but  pointed out that the documents from  Avhicli 31 r. Fisher quoted Avere not in the  control of the government, but in the  hands of the clerk of the croAvn in chancery, an officer of the house. Any member of the house had as much access to the  documents iu question as the minister of  agriculture had.  The speaker ruled ou the general question that the documents quoted from by  the minister should be produced as early  as possible, after such quotation. .However, he refused to give a decision as to  whether a clerk of the croAvn in chancery  could be ordered through any department to produce public documents in his  possession, or Avhether such documents  should be obtained by an order of the  house.  Mr. Ethier introduced a bill  today to  amend the criminal code for the purpose,  of limiting the number, of  personsj to "be  .admitted  at .hangings.    The  code  as it,  now stands.specifies certain  officials avIio1  are to be" admitted,  and  says, that such  others may  be  admitted  as the  sheriff  sees. fit.    Ethier "proposes that  the right  of   the   sheriff to  admit  other persons  should be AvithdraAvn,- and  a   provision  made for the admission  of  the officials  already provided for, and newspaper men.  In talking to his motion, Ethier  referred  to the  disgraceful  scenes at the Nulty  and Vi.au hangings at St. Scholastique.  The eA'ening soosion of the committee  of supply Avas devoted to departmental  salaries.' About $1,000,000 Avas A'oted  when the house adjourned at 10 p. m.  Mr. Beattie introduced a bill to determine the length of the Avorking day for  Avorkmeu and laborers. The bill pro-  vides for an eight-hour day. If au employee A*iolates it, he renders himself  liable to a fine not exceeding $1000 or six  months' imprisonment or both.  MONTREAL'S MAYOR IN TROUBLE  WANT   TO   DISQUALIFY   HIM.  Special to Tlio Tribune  Month ha I., April 25.���The  latest  sensation in civic affairs is the effort to   disqualify  mayor  Prefontaine.     On  April  loth, the mayor, who   was   theu   attending to his parliamentary duties at  Ottawa-, authorized'by wire  the   payment of  $2000  to certain  laborers   employed by  the   roads    departments     in   shovelling  snow, although their services were really  not required, and  the city surveyor St.  George threatened to resign   if  tlie committee  insisted  upon   employing   them.  There Avas no  resolution  of  the  council  authorizing   the   expenditure,   nor   avjis  there any certificate from the comptroller  shoAving tliat the  funds  AA*ere 'available.  Information has been laid  by G. W. Stephens, asking for the  mayor's  qualification, before judge Matthieu, who has issued a  writ  of  summons   against   Prefontaine.  THE   CITY'S   EXPENDITURES.  The people of Nelson are not taken  into the  confidence   of   the   present  city  council, inasmuch as they are not  given  detailed statements of -.the"receipts' and  expenditures of the city.  Until the council do this, the people.-are not likely.to  take the couucil into, tlieir confidence and  alloAv them to spend more than the current 'revenue of the: corporation:'   It is  estimated that the revenue for the  current year Avill.be $55,000, and if the assess-,  hient roll is allowed to stand as it has  been ..swelled,  and the  tax  rate swelled'  fifty per cent as .contemplated, the revenue Avill. be $65,000.    Against this amount  are   the  fixed  charges for  salaries aud  interest and-sinking  fund  requirements,  a total of $23,230, Avhieh avouIcI leave the  council $31,770 in  the  first  instance,  or  $���11,770 in the second instance, to expend  on public Avorks.    The following  tables  show Avhat is now paid  in   salaries  and  what  is  required to  meet; interest and  sinking fund requirements :  FIXED SAI.AHY LIST.  ^Titr eiiffineer-McCulloch    MayorNcylnndd    Oi fcy clerk Strachmi      JClccti'ician J31iss ,   Chief of (ire department Thompson   Chief of police McKinnon   City solicitor Galliher   I'atrolman Jarvis ,. ' .,.,"..  Assistant electrician Sproat   Assistant city clerk Wasson   1'olice inagi.strato-Crease   Medical health ofllcer JiaI3n.ii   City auditor I^eck   .v$ 1800  .. 15*10  .. H-iO >  . . 12(H)  .. 1200  .. 1080  . 1000   !XiJ  .. DOO  .. /HOO  .. (M0  .. 50(1  .. 200  Total ,  ....813,280  INTEKKST AND SINKING  Fl*N'I>  JtKQUIKK.MK,N"rS.  New  brokers,  quiet:    brokers  to $4.32,  Metal  Quotations.  Associated Press.  York,   April   25.���Copper firm;  $.19.25;   exchange, $19.25;   lead  $4.10;   exchange.   $4.30  Got a Short Shrift.  Associated Press.  KAAir.ooi>s, April 25.���The Indian Casi-  mir was tried today for the murder of  Philip Walker, avjis found guilty and avjis  sentenced to be hanged on .luiio 2nd.  Fighting in the Philippines.  Associated Press,  Manila, April 25.-^General McArthur's  division fought; to> the .trenches before  -Gal umpit=tGday ,=advan ei n g^4.ou i*-=nVi|es-  through- the-Avoods and "jungle, and crossing the Baglntg river. Six .Americans  Avere killed and twenty-eight wounded.  Tlie South Dakota regiment pursued the  insurgents to the outskirts of Cahunpit,  Avhieh was so strongly protected that  general McArthur deemed it best to with-'  dra-AV liis tired fighters and camp for a  night's rest before assaulting the town.,  The largest buildings of Cahunpit were  on, fire Avhen.the. Americans Crossed the  river a mile away, indicating tlie intention of the insurgents to abandon tlie  place.  Big Copper Company Formed.  Associated Pi-ohm.  Nk\v YoitK, April 25,���-The definite  statement was made today tliat il. H.  Rogers of the Standard Oil Company,  acting for a syndicate, had obtained control of many of the heaviest producing  copper mines iu the United States, including those principally of Montana and  the Lake Superior district. Among them  are the Anaconda, Isle Royal and Copper  King. The deal, however,"is yet incomplete, and on that account those most interested Avere aArerse to gh-ing out any  information. The arrangements for carrying the deal through have been placed  in the hands of Rogers.  British Occupation Resented.  Associated I'ross.'  Hoxg Kong, April 25.���The British  authorities are not oA-er sanguine of a  peaceful occupation of the new British  district of Koav Loon, opposite Hong  Kong. The natives, though easily  routed, do not scatter, iind are now re-  occupying villages in the interior, from  Avhieh they Avere driven. A force of  ���10,000 Chinese-is now gathering back of  Taintai-Po-Fu.  Interest on dcbcnlu es issued in 1807.  Sinking fund for same   Interest on debentures issued in 1808  Sinking fund for,.same   Total   .52500  .. 1800  .. 3250  ..  2J00  ..?0!)50  ARE   FISSUBE   VEINS.  Clarence King, the geologist, is giving  his evidence in the famous Centre Star-  Iron Mask suit at Rossland. He is on the  Centre Star side of the case, and contends  that the ore bodies at Rossland are fissure  veins. The foIloAvi ng is an extract from  his testimony on Tuesday : "I should say  that all of the larger A'pins, at least, and  perhaps the smaller ones also, belong to  a single type. They* are, distinctly and  jn'edohiinautiy, fissure veins., it is Clear  that through su;ch a mass of rock as this,  chemical  solutions _coul'd._nM^.i:fciietri*ute.  without the avenue of cracks and interstices;- and, therefore, Avhereverany mineral foreign' to the roek itself may be  found it can be easily classed, either as  intrusive dike, or as,miueral matter Which  has come along fissures lioAvever large  arid in whatever directions. The mineral'  bearing veins here are Avell characterised  fissure A'eins : knd certainly sonic of the  larger ones, and perhaps- many of them,  are what are known as shear zone fissures.  That type is not perhitps so well  kiiown iind so Widely kno*J\*n as  the simple fissure, but it is  recognized and does exist Over a Very  wide range of territory. I have seen it  in Mexico, I am working a mine of that  type iiqav iu Colorado", I have seen it in  Nevada, and I know it when ! seen it  here. Shear-zone differs from the single  fissure in an important particular. While  a single fissure may result from a vertical  action, or even be the resultant of two  horizontal compressions^ through compressing forces, the .sf)oa.r-Kon.e..is always  made under very higli'coiiipi-es'sibn���compression which holds the rock tightly  together, Avhieh prevents a Wide opening  of fissures, iind that shear-zone is always  the result, or almost always the result of  a disturbance of opposing couples, of  Avhat are technically called "couples"  of pressure���the disturbance of that  couple by a vertical complement  or a A'ertica! force; while the  plain, open fissure may result from a  direct upAvard thrust, the shear-zone is  ill ways the result of a A'ery pOAverful  compression ; and since that compression  is A'ery great, and almost equals the distributing force, Avliatever it is, that produces the fissure, it, is apt to break, and  ahvays does practically break in more or  less parallel seams or fissures ;.that milking a family whose exterior  boundary is  ahvays assignable, if you crosscut, or  find the surface avoII exposed, and study  the ground. Instead of being an indefinite amount of parallel fissures, extending  into a conn try an undiscoA'orable distance,  it is always "a- discoverable and lintitable  collection or family of more or less parallel fissures. Since these forces are never  mathematically adjusted to each other to  be in exact opposition, the resulting fractures are not absolutely parallel."  YMIR   LOCAL   AND   MINING   NEWS.  Special to The Tribune.  Y.aiih, April 25.���Stephen Bywaterfrom  Kallispel, Montana, is in Vinir.     He is a  partner with Phil White in   the  Wilcox  and By water claims up Wild Horse creek.  They have secured a croAvn grant for this  property and  intend  to  incorporate at  once iis the Bunker Hill  Mines. Limited,  with   a  capital  of $1,000,000  (in  dollar  shares), of Avhicli  300,000   sire 'treasury  stock. Already they haAre offers to supply  all the necessary machinery in the AViiyof  stamping power, etc., arid to take it out  in shares of the company.    These  offers  have been made on a basis of 25 cents per  share.    The head office of the company  Avill be in Ymir, and the necessary officers  appointed as soon as possible.     The Wilcox has had a lot  of development work  done and has up to a very recent ditto  been shipping ore.  Two jiromising.properties are the Bonanza and Council Bluffs claims, situate on  Hughes creek on the south fork of Ridge  creek, about tAA'eh'e miles from Ymir.  Those interested are W. Brennaii and  Hennessey brothers. The samples brought  down AA'ere taken from the surface, but  they are "without doubt some of the' best  ever seen iu Ymir. Assays are being  made and���'.. development Avork is to be  started at once.  Steady Avork is being carried on at the  Rising Star. At the Tamarac more men  have been taken on. The Ymir mill is  running well, the Wild Horse creek Avhere  it flows into the Salmon river is chocolate  color from tho debris from the mill.  A meeting is being called for Thursday  CA-ening at the Ross house of all those  interested in celebrating the queen's  birthday in Ymir. The musical and literary entertainment on Friday evening,-to  be given by the members of the Methodist church, promises to be a big-success.  A grand! combination ball, under the  auspices, of the Foresters and the Free  Masons residing in Ymir, takes places to-  morroAv (Wednesday), niglit. -The ..proceeds are for charitable purposes. Kxam-  iimtions are being held at the public  School. Rain is falling steadily here today1 and rejoicifig-the hearts of the boys  avIio are anxious to got out to their  claims.     ^        ________  KASLO   LOCAL   NEWS.  THE CROW'S NEST PASS RAILWAY  TO   BE   BUILT   INTO   NELSON.  c    Special to The Tribune.  K,vsr.o, April 25.���The funeral of Mrs.  John McKenzie r took place yesterday  afternoon. The deceased was sixty-three  years of age and was an old and respected  resident of Kaslo. She leaves si husband  iind Urge family of grown up sons and  daughters to mourn her death.  Aii epidemic of Avju>qping cough is now  prevalent in the t$wii. Therle ai���e ajarge  number of eases, nOiie fatal, ihost of  which are nply under eOntiSol'. The school  may be closed for a weelv hi consequence.  i=J^i.^reen,=M,J?a?.,4UidJNlesSrs.J2]eu--  tot arid Mansfield *wi|l leave on Wednesday morning for Victoria, on their mission to -obtain the appropriation, fpr the  south fork of Kaslo creek Avagoii road.  Business is sloAvly improving in Kaslo,  and there is a much healthier feeling as  to the .stability of the- town than there  was so'irie bhne ago. It is probable that  We Avill have a vei'!\' fair- summer's business: The building of the Lardo-iXnSciin  railway, the opeiriug up of the South  Fork properties^ and the stiirtinj,' of op,  orations again oh the Antoilie iind Liioky  .liin mines will till tend to improve things  coinuiei'eiililly.  William Nelson is, having the Lake  View hotel fixed up alul will Open a  saloon there in .a short time.  Long-Headed  Operators.  It'was rumored about the streets yesterday that the representatives of the  company AVhich proposes putting in the  tramway in Nelson had inade considerable purchases of realty in HogtistoAVii.  The purchases of business.property made  this AVeok are also said to have been  made in the interests of tlie same people,  so that it would appear that the company contemplates making up on real  estate advances and rentals what it expects to lose in the operation of the  tramway for the first feAV years.  Justice Martin's Bon Mot.  Lord Beaconsfiold once said that Mr.  Gladstone was "an egotistical rhetorician  inebriated Avith the exuberance of his  own verbosity." Lately Mr. justice Martin immortalized "the minerals (other  than coal) act," by stilting that he "took  the view that speedy finality of litigation  and a quietude of title with all celerity  are the dominant policy of the mineral  act."  The Trihune Avas informed yesterday  on what may considered as good authority that there is an excellent prospect of  Avork being started this summer upon the  Kootenay Lake section of the Crow's Nest  raihvay. It was generally understood a^>  fe.w months ago that no start would be  made upon tho Avork this summer, but  something has evidently cropped up to  place the building of the lake section  again before the railway management for  consideration, iind it is now said to be a.  wise of touch find go Avhether the work  shall not be commenced fit once.  SLOCAN   MINING   NEWS.  Special to Tlie Tribune.  The Northwest Mining Syndicate have  seemed the interest of W. L.  J.  Thomas  of Silverton in tho  Alpha,  Alpha  Fraction, Lake View No. 12  and   Lake  View.  Fraction, Avhieh adjoins the Bosun group  on the south   side.    This   now   gives  the  company the entire  control   of   the four  claims, the other  interests  having  been  secured  some  time  ago.    The   purchase  adds considerably to the surface  area of  the company's holdings and Avill prove a  valuable asset.  It is understood that the Egypt, Mammoth, aud other holdings of J. A. Finch  were included in the bond recently taken  on the Mountain Chief group, all the  properties being in a bunch.  D. C. Corbin, Austin Corbin and I. N.  Peyton, avoII known operators in the  Rossland camp, are securing a foothold  in the Slocan. They haA'e secured an  option from P. McCue and his Avife on  all the Colorado, Andrew Jay and Utica, -  hid fin the Rocky Boulder, and three-  quarters in the Alice mineral claims situated ou Twelve-mile creek. All except  the Alice are in the Ainsworth division,  but the Alice crosses the divide into the  Slocan. The sum of $500 was paid down,  and the further sums of .$6000 and $0500  are to be paid in the time and according  to a certain bill of sale placed in escroAv  in Spokane. The option is in the nature  of a Avorking bond, the bonders having  the right to deArelop the group,, and extract and ship ore, the receipts from  Avhieh are to be placed to the credit of  the original oAvners. The optioii and"'  bond run till October 1st, 1900.  The Bosun is preparing a   shipment of  tAventy tons of its zinc ore to be sent to  London, England.    The ore Avill "go for- .  Avard in a feAV days.  Development is proving that there' are  a number of prospects surrounding Noav  Dein'er" that bid fair to enter the list of '  permanent shippers. The'latest of these  is the Turriss "group, situated on Goat  niouutain. WorkAvas commenced on the  property a Aveek ago, and a crosscut now  being run has uncovered an eight-foot  ledge with well defined walls./ A pay-  streak-of five inches 1ms made its appearance, alongside a seam of talc, and it contains ore of exceedingly high, grade.. It  carries ruby silver, gray copper and. ar- .  gentife, assaying over'4000, ounces, "It is  si. dry ore and requires but little sorting. ,  Several sacks Avere put- up on Saturday  an 1 a small tost shipment., will be made.  The owners Avill sink on theore to,test its  permanency.  The owners of the Hewitt state the  rumor of it deal being on for'that claim  is somewhat premature. + ,  The owners of  tho  Mollie  Hughes are  busily   engaged   sorting  the dumps   on  their property and sacking the ore. They-  are making good Avages;  A carload of ore has been shipped from-  tho Noonday, the coining bonanza of the  Galena Farm, and a second shipment is  being sacked.   The-iunoiint-of��� gratuitous���advertising   the Enterprise mine is receiving from  the press is having a big influence  upon the well-being of Ten - mile  Creek. Enquiries^ after 1'ikfsif prospects  arc coining in froni outside points, and -'  several agents of capital Jia-vq been in  this week sizing \ip tlio situation. Teh  Mile prospects are almost entirely in the  hands of their ot-igiuiil oAvirers, the hUi>dy"  ���prospectors. Tlie ci/ijok has the host Cbjn-  uiuica(ion in the cuinp, by reason of the  Fhterpi'ise VvagOu roiSd and gQ^rririlcnt  trails over to Spi'iligei* creek, the Soiith  fork, north fork, a-iuf Ivoknnee and Sotith  Kaslo creeks.  Negotiations are wider way for the  sale of several good claims on LemoiJ  creek. A leading mining liiiin recently  touring through the Slocan predicts tliat  Lemon, creek will, be one of the best camps  in British Columbia. The gold A'ahie of  its prospects -are much higher oh the  average than any of the southwestern  camps, besides haAriug,,gqod. percentages  of silver. The Golden Wtdgcs the Chapleau, Black I'rince, Crusader, CamerOnian,  and other properties arc proving the  richness of that A'irgiil district.' Nelson  should keeps its eye on that section, for  the future has much in store for Lemon  creek. .   Both Blast   Furnaces Running.  There is an unwonted amount of activity around the Hall Mines  smelter  this  Aveek.     Several   days  ago  the long  expected   run  upon   galena  ores was commenced in the 100-ton blast furnace, the  company using a mixture of Silver  King  ores Avith the purchased ores, and on Saturday the 250-ton furnace was bloAvn iu  on high-grade copper ore from the King.  With both blast furnaces running, the  company  Avill  make  a  great record for  the ensuing month. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, -WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2C,  1899.  Special Dress Goods Saie!  To clear a few lines at half the usual price, all in  dress lengths of 7 yards each, no two pieces alike  8 pieces figured dress goods at 40 cents, regular price, 75 cents  7 pieces figured dress goods at 65 cents, regular price, $1.25  10 pieces figured dress goods at $1, regular price, $1.75  The balance of our spring capes and jackets at wholesale price  A. FERLAND & CO.  Baker Street,  NELSON  Garden Tools  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware Co.  Baker Street, Nelson.  We haA'e succeeded this season in getting the FRENCH HEALTH-UNDERWEAR for spring and summer wear. This is the finest and best made  on the market. Balbriggans at all prices. Our silk unci wool sweaters are  admired by all and acknowledged to be the finest yet.'shown in Nelson.  See these goods and get prices.  Sign of the Big Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR  y.i:  ���V%..  :�����;������������  (':$'���  ::'$.'  (��y  v��*;  I.  MAILS   WILL   CLOSE   AT   NELSON  ON   AND   AFTER    MONDAY,   APRIL    24th,    1899,  .-..'"..'; AS   FOLLOWS:  For Kuskonook, Creston, Moyie, Cranbrook.  Fort Steele, Fernie, and all points on Crow's  Nest Pass railway on Sundays, Tuesdays and  Thursdays at ....8:00a.m,  For Slocan City, Silverton, New Denver, Rosebery, Alamo, Three Forks and Sandon, at 8:30 a.m.  For all points on Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway, ltossland. Spokane, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, and all points in the United States  , ���;' yv.   and Eastern Canada at 8:15 a.m.  ������':'������'".,:For'''Kokanee, Balfour, Pilot  Bay, Ainsworth,  ..������.'���;. .and Kaslo at..........  1:00 p.m.  "For Robson,  Trail, Rossland, Nakusp, Revelstoke, Vancouver, Winnipeg, and all points  east and west on'the Canadian Pacific rail-  ���.:'..*:        way at...........  0:00 p.m.  :'VV;t.��*/^ir44':c^-',��|?S^G;E-Houiis.   .     .    -  ' ;������ ��� ���'"FlThCj.postolWo is��open*from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. every d'iy.  ">; iV The.sgeneralfcdeliverywickets are open from" 8 a.m.* till 8  " .8.*4p.m.^eBv(iryu dajroxqcpbfSuiulay.'.. The registration wicket,  /j;^"is*opcnffrojh"8:30!a,m.jtin 7 p.in. The money order and  "��� ������" "/savings bsnJ:: wicket is' open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. ���- .  "���^kyiiyyyyfpflyfli^flKiyy j.. a. gilker; Postmaster.  -HfW.-��d��:?i��� *������������*���"    ���������������" ''"���-���'   '���' .       ' ���       .���  ���     ������     ��� ������ ���^���~���  the Ayage uniform for all men underground or recognize the Miner's Union of  Wardner. Tlie union-miners were paid  off.-at the Bunker Hill and Sullivan, and  the management hopes to keep the mine  Avorking; Avhile at Clark & Sweeney's  Last Chance, the entire force Avas paid  off and the mine and mill closed down."  ijDAiLYjEBiTioN".".;.":;.,  ^WKKKJGYVEDmdNS.  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(except: Monday);'."aiidvwilJibe^mailed'^to^sub'scribcrsi  *' af'"���-- "E''1' "Qana3ajpf;the.��UiiIted��nStat.es 'f6r"��L?|54an. year,-. !,an"d*tb'J;  *���">.' �� subscribers aiCGrcrft" BritainfbrSS, aVyear; or sit ��will$  SW0'V.""��'be: delivered' to^subgeribers11in"sNol.s6nnfor^2o cents'." a"  |%"���"-����;.week;;?l��"af "month, ��2.,S0vfor^threclmonths," ?S"/foR"���8ix"t"  S"VV. *mbJith^,.W,$l{ffo'KohelKeaV.',,"��Eayablo��i,niad  ^sf'^THE'W'EEK^^  "jbi"���""���dany1and;'Satufaahy,%a"^ld;s,jV'ill,��beimailed^tb, subscribers.  ��\i����i',lt>iyjwhbre".for $2*ap��ea��,;paj;"able,ih a'djVariceiC'sf"-1*"."*."^  "fn fR'EGU^Xr,"-ADVEllWSEMENTS"pjintedffii 'botCine-'  I-���" "���V��da11y^aiid;VeeklyVeditions^foru'Wper"irinchIpe  ;"���*:LOCAL OR*READING>MATTER:NQTICES25"cents6a  \ "������" .^Jibe.fqr.eacK'inseffcibnY"' "    ���* "wo.�� ���   ��.- ��   ��� ��� ...  /.^ JOB^jPf^TJr^  r��>i4��inK! aMf"advertising��are}payable/oii tKeflrstsof every?  >" 'y.yimonthyAddr&.s^.yvi-,%-'",y-":���,,, ���\ yi::'���'*>����f %>'.$ ""  yyy, ""^-yi'C- S ./TBSjI^lS}T!i0^^t!telmn^B.-0.^ ���  This Toronto Globe no longer can be  depended on to reflect the views of the  masses of the people of Ontario. It iioav  reflects the views.of senator Cox on all  questions in-which senator'Cox is finan-  cially interested, and as senator Cox is  financially interested in a dozen or more  cdi'iiorations whose interests are. not theJ  interests of-; the common people, the  Globe is. ahvaysjCoxiiid. advocating., the -in?*  y-".%y-flfl.."%���/- t*--i \^pziy**yy."?��.��,^."k;!1..".^..,^.^  ^tn^nii'��toy;pass''oii -a bill to iehafjbet'' ."the  sj,(ht��titb Riv^i' Valley RailAvay Cohipaiiy.  * 'areijiivline^v'itlJ the excusds thatj^are Ta.e-  ^Sifflg':mnade for the ��omir>t_gaug of offfcia-1  f$    .'  "ty  a .s^6uiidr;dls thJit lield SAvay:>ab DaAvsoii for  4 tijne. The reasons given for not pre-  .sentiiig tlie railway "bill are that Corbin  and his la\yyer hadu'fc tline to go to Gfc-  tawa to attend to the matter. The real  feasoii is thSit the Canadian Pacific had  stiiiiJgs on sO many iSiemb.ei's of parli.a-  " hi^efit that Mr. Bostock, who had the bill  in  c'harge, knew  that it   could  not be  - ^passed tlirpugji the railway conjmittee,  let li'ldnc the house. The shine With, the"  Yukon investigatioii. Tire iuyestigatioii  Avas cdiirmeiiced after theerooked oflicials  h&d all resigned oflicc alid many of the  AvitnL'Sses had lOi'ft the countiy. Therefore thdi'O Avas iibtliiug to investigate.  TJJJ2 old trouble has broken out again  iii One of the Occur d'Aleile camps.      The  miners have asked for a uniform rate of  $3.50 per day for all men employed .underground, aiid recognition  of their .trade's  organization.    Both requests have been  refused.    The Bunker Hill aiid Sullivan  mine near Wardner is the storm center,  on the outer edge of Avhieh is  Clark &  SAveeney's   Last    Chance   mine.       The  Bunker Hill and Sullivan is one  of  the  largest   producing  mines   in   the   Cceur  d'Alenes, and has had no end of trouble  Avith its men.    While all tlie other mines,  except   Clark  &  SAveeney's,  are paying  uni form rate���$3.50 a  day for  all  men  underground��� they have been paying $3  a day for  miners  and   $2.50  a  day for  muckers: but they are now Avilling to raise  the wage of the miner to  $3.50  and  tlie  mucker to, $3, but areVuiiAvilling to make  Ifpyind k^dyritblp rfrqiii StBe^&lbbDe^  "fMiwv.^cbldhy^  Mia".: ininfeii'lClnafe  - "i =vf s-.f ���yiyyy.yy ���^���^���^s^* "^*>#w-mi  iise^ln.|jr;estheinsani^  AyE,*ARE,".N.QT "AD"VER^jg|NG  0TliIs^soa.spn���it���is^not���;-becossaryr'everyliddy*  knows  that bur  Stock is Larger  and Prices Lower  Than Other Dealers.  Sportsmen   want  the  beet   and   can   always  get it at  s Stationery Go., LM  :*rE3^S03N-,   3^. c.  If you  PIANO  ORGAN  VIOLIN  GUITAR  MANDOLIN  BANJO  AUTOHARP  AOOORDEON  VIOLIN BOWSTRINGS  or MUSIC  Call at our Store and we "will do the rest.'  tin; banks. There will be no mint-in  Canada as long as the banks oppose its  establishment; just as there Avill be no  competitive railways in southern British  Columbia as long as their building will  interfere with the Canadian Pacific-  railway.  i.\ the last issue of the British Columbia Gazette notice is given to the A*arious  mining recorders that they must not  comply with the proA'isions of the acts  which were passed at the last session in  amendment to the .Mineral Act and the  Placer .Mining Act. By these amending  acts the legislature decided to give the  mining recorders the same powers with  respect to mineral claims within their  districts as were exercised by the gold  commissioners. Whether the amendment was good or bad it represented the  views of the legislature, but it has  pleased the executive council to override  the enactment of the legislature. Jt is  presumed that this course Avas decided  upon for the reason that the amendment  Avas so carelessly drawn that it permitted  two men to exercise the same power in  the same division. r  "HUDSON'S BAY7  W  'S  HATS  m  B  MEN'S       fa  CHILDREN'S  v^  AND LADIES'  ��  BOOTS JJ  AND SHOES   B  HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR SPRING IMPORTATION OF  Portieres and Lace Curtains  �� White Muslin Curtains with frilled edge; Aplique Curtains in cream |  || and white, which for richness and durability cannot be equalled; Not-f  jg tingham Lace Curtains in pretty designs and colorings of ecru and ��  g white; Colored Coin Spot Muslins for door, sash and window curtains; J  ^ White Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots.  B  id  I CHENILLE   AND  TAPESTRY PORTIERES  INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just opened up  A CONSIGNMENT OF  CALIFORNIA PICKLES  *  fa  AVliich wc would bo glad  to luivo you inspect  Mixed Pickles  Gherkins  Chow Chow  r  : ���   BOTH .SWEET AND  SOUR   !  $ ������ :���.���-���;������ ��� :���;        ___  $ Scroii designs in Tapestry and Chenille, also in plain colorings, goods th,at are  %      moderate in price, aqd something th,at will give the best of satisfaction  W  ��� ������: ~ : ~ ������ ' ��� ������������-  g ��� : "VELVET . TABIiB   COVERS f|  {$ Something"  very  rich  and  handsome .in  green  and  blue bordered, in ��  i scroll patterns of gold and red; art velvets for cushions and draperies. B  W .       . '      v   . .     ���'- ������������������.- B  m ������������������:���!������-���������-���'���������-������-���-��� m  ^ Chenille Table Covers in 4, 6, 8, and 10 Quarter Sizes JI  CURTAIN  POLES   AT  ALL   PRICES fa  Something- special in Oak inch and half poles, wood trimmings, all complete, for 50 cents. MAY DELINEATOR NOW IN B  m  #���  Fred Irvine & Co.  victoria block:,  BAKEB   STBBET,   nsrDSXjSO^ST;,. B- O  ^s-.jSf^f^f^^a:  ��3-c=> '&���(=>���(=> .e3-e3-es>7^^ ��3'c3 y&^&^s?,  B  B  ~M  ^StSQ'fOAiiiBbWl^AB^J/o'liiSfBS'  %  "vyest BrtlierSti'QCt."  /"Tclciihoigs 13;,  "AND.WIIiD BBING:; SAriTH  IT  ���"."���" M�� bBDI^NI); FOR.  m  '""" n/f.^Bkkefns.Strdefyf Nelgqn ���      ��� ��"  "fn^yQp^tyv^Jl'MjfaS. "oi puiLpittj}..,  2500 WEtr Gloud  "1000 -Bryan and. Sewell  i^bpo!"dfttle Carijiop  "S50p :Fooied .Dundee  7000 Tjtica  500 Athabasca  1000 pooled Tamarae  IT DONT PAY  0"=�� .      ��� JQ"VSEN]J.%VST.,*'gu��CI.OTyKS> y, "v;;i  ^^>ao^vish.lo1uiiifpnnJ.hp<'gci) picnic  ���0]fcncfl 'tip" a^sLricUy^fii'sfcclasii "1tailorniirV*cstjil))ikliinneiit  ..'.pi.   , i      m'^��  l.n-jdt; ���%"��:���,���" ".��".." ���,"��.��.."^,V'pa-"��.- # jJiiV-i',-'" "  y) ,thc. stor1c;jfpoi'nierlyi'uoccupicdnyby". Bmprj:��&j���\\Jiulcj> ,  lOiii-*��st:o"ck/doinp.i'i��cs0sall��tlib'ynat1i��stVpal  ; ;|jv���c(ia|n alld,s���^ypi���s|pds,, "ranan"f*pi%thp?.ji>pn'h; "9*;.i���iVpril>jy,i,"i  ..Aviil^seli "lit(h'ea'Uy.rcducedftpi'lccs^^l."orcfe^Dlo";"i0Il��tI���Olt'"���cc,B,  oiii'-snperior^si.ylcandfw.oi'kiiiansliip.f.-Nointifio pay���aiid,"D1  ^atisfijctioir.guat'aritcddj,./  ,     ��� ���.���:,.   .\\m. "���    y. ,   "    ��  Wilson JfeHaisha^  v(B(MiMMml��MM  J; M:.(W]p.ky. M 'Q'o...  NKI^ON'SyK-f^'DATK^TAIIiOKS. .  CALL AND SEE ME FOR SNAPS  Turner & Bocckh block', Nulson, B. C.  FOB  GENTS* WEAR  Thfey are all the rage  this summer  and we are getting ready  for the rush  C. D. J.  GEKTERAL  BROILER.  A  7-ROOM HOtTSB TO LET  A 4-ROOM BOUSE TO LET  FOR SALE  A iMot Cohicr.   A 5-i'Ooin house ���  .,.? 51)0  ..  loOO  Hpuscs aiid lots ill nil parts of tliC city.  MONEY TO LOAN INSUllANCK  Wo have a. fiiie fissortnicnt of woolens :ahvays  on liuVi(l. Goods inado up, at" the" shortest pbs"-  Sible notjeo; As every'thint; is ikept and, made,  oil the preiriiiscs, salisfaccion is assured^  COMB  AND  SEE  OUR LINES  NOW ON  DISPLAY  Lillie Bros.  AUCTION SALE  OF  Household Furniture and Personal Effects,  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  Corner Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson.  Acting under instructions from Mr. F. S. Andrews,*  barrister, who  is about leaving the city, we shall on  Wednesday, April 26th, 1899, at 2 p. m,  soil by public auction, absolutely without reserve, the  entire contents of his residence, third house from Stanley  street on Carbonate street, next door west of mayor  Neeland's residence, consisting of largo extension oak  dining table, oak hook-case and desk, magnificent oak  sideboard, set of dining-room chairs in solid oak, oak hall  rack, drawing-room chairs, sofas and bric-a-brac, two  flno solid oak bed-room sets, four extra fine Wilton rugs,  hall and stair carpets, lace curtains, kitchen and heating,  stoves, linoleum, bath, refrigerator, patent kitchentablo  and many other household articles too numerous to  mention.  All these articles arc in excellent condition, being in  use less than one year. This is an excellent -opportunity  to get good furniture at your own prices, as Mr. Andrews  has put no reserve on anything and the quality of the  goods is ahead of anything wo have ever offered for sale  here. Goods on view afternoon prior to .and. on morning  of sale.   Sale al. 2 o'clock sharp.   Terms cash. '  C. A. WATI'UtMAN &.CO., Auctioneers: "  Those desiring  residential  lots should  purchase  "them at once before tlie advance which will follow the commencement of work upon tlie tramway  Addition A and Hume Addition Property  ori easy terrr-s.  Ganible & O'Reilly, Agents  A Business Chance  The undersigned will Fell the following real estate  and personal property at a bargain:  Nine-room house and ten lots set out in orchard  Four-room cottage and five lots.  Two lots and improvements.  Fifty-two head of cows.  Fifty milk cans.  Two horses.  Wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in  connection with Hurry's milk ranch.  H. M. YINCEOT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Gentlemen  If you want it natty, stylish sviit of cjolhcs (or  Spring aiid slimmer, J hitve over 300 different patterns1 of Scotch and Khglish tweedy,  wliifch, 1 will .milko to your order at the low  price of .. ,. ..,.,..,�� ��25  Hliick Venetians make a nice suit for summer wear at ..,..,.���....,.;.i,.,.:S-4  liliick fterg<i suits in sat'k or .morning oOliti. .$21'.  A heavy  Scotch  Uveod!,   nice  patterns  for  business suit   .��18  Trousers rtt equally low pi-ices, l-'it aiid flnisli  no hotter in Canada. Ladies' lino tailoring a  specialty,   t'lemeiit block, Baker street.  Steven,s, Th.e Tailor  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  us: .meefs* all. *|r&i ns ^anH J-boats.^  fc��S'*i -\s;&y .%g ���fj Cp"y.-,.yyy^&^sf��yr"4",y  "bpeeiahfaittentio^^  fer^ofr^ggase.r^Gflfiee^a'nd1 stables,  oh.yyeman- Stlreeti ."opposite- Mhe]  ,.,l��EiJ5up.|B. office; = ,-Telephone -No*.. %k.���\  'pi.'.       y," :l��.���;l��: ,���-." ���"������    ; y -; *f rVT ��� -��� :,*u���,��������"W��,-no��v^��".  ' ^(Q^N;Er#L:'W^M^fpR^ "y~  AGEKT3 FOR  The Imperial Oi! Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washii-igtonjBrick an,dVLin*|e ;Co;_  The H. VSf. WjcNiejl Co*, Ltd., Canadian Aathra-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers in.  BTOvmWOOB  BRITISH COLUMBIA POTTERY CO., Ltd  manukactuukks ok  PRESSED HIUCICS     Ft RE BRICKS      FIRECLAY  VITRIFIED SALT GLAZED SEWER PIl'MS     "  All kiiids of .sanitary fittings, agricultural drain tile,  flower iiots; terra cottiij dliihliloy pipe iind flue lining,  ciitm'ncy tops, fii-e brick, lire clay, all kiiids of fire clay  goods, assayers' furnaces etc., made to order.  Prompt and regular '���--  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  W-A-ED BEOS.  REAL ESTATE; AGENTS, West Baker St., Nelson  TENDERS   WANTED  FOR REAL ESTATE.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12  o'clock noon on Monday, May 1st, 1891). for tho purchase  of the following described real estate situate in Nelson:  Lots 7 and 8 Block 10 and improvements (the Silver  King Hotel), together with furniture and fixtures in tho  building.  Terms cash. The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. CAROLINE THELIN,  Administratrix estate John Johnson, deceased.  Nelson, B. C, April 10th. 1809.    FOB   SALE.  TpOlt SALE���A teaming outfit consisting of one team,  x     wagon and harness.   Will be sold cheap for cash.  Reason for i-clling, ownor has mineral claims to look  after.;.-. Apply to J. F. Jacobson, feed merchant, Vernon -  streut.'Nelson, B. O.  Ornamental   Garden  Border Tiles, Vases,  Etc.  Cement, plaster of paris, limo, and all kinds of  ornamental plaster work.  s  INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITED  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,    Agent.  Nelson Iron Works  MANUKACTUKERS OV  ENGINES, BOIL.BBS, SHAFTING, IKON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  .    Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173,.  ,. M,  <-^^*.i.'i^^^^^^'iiM^^^i'^^^^^f^*^.^^..^ THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON,. R C,  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2fi,  1899.
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St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
When S.'inianfcha sends you down cellar
after a burglar, do not go with a lamp in
one liand and a. revolver in tlie other.
Of eour.se, it is nob likely tliat there is
any burglar at all; but if there should be,
he has every advantage, being on the
alert and knowing .just where to expect
you, while you are fuddled -with sleep
and do not know just where he may be.
To carry a light is simply suicidal, for a
man in pitch darkness can aim as aceur-
etely at a light as he can at a bullseye in
the daytime.   .
A revolver is the most difficult of all
firearms to master, and unless you have
fired thousands of shots0Avith one at targets, till you have learned Iioav to shoot
straight, you had better rely upon a club.
The best weapon for house defence is. a
short-barrelled .cylinder bore repeating
shotgun (commonly called ."riot gun").
With a, charge, of buckshot you are much
more likely to hit an object in the dark
than with a single bullet, and it gives a
paralyzing, knock-down blow/whereas a
pistol bullet seldom puts a man, out of
..-aet'oVi before he can strike back. Fill
the magazine with shells loaded with
buckshot, but leave the chamber of the
gun empty. Then it is safe to keep
about the house, for if a child or ignorant ■person gets  hold of it.lie cannot dis-
.    charge'., the piece   by  snapping   it,   but
y:ipr': msftaut"^-»»---"--'*«^"-«^ -""-■—"•
tfnn    -\0>   rau     top     ,    ,^ .    ,       .       .
ly tluit gi*eat friction is generated, tending to hold the  projectile back.    The result of these two force's is that the lead
core is likely to be driven  through  the
thimble, leaving the latter sticking in the
bore  of the  gun, and   if another  shot is
then    lired   the   rille is   likely to   burst.
This   would   scarcely  be   the  case   with
black   gunpowder, wliich  exerts a  fairly
uniform   pressure,  and   would   probably
only  drive out the   thimble, ringing but
not bursting the barrel.    But smokeless
powder  is, as 1 have  said, largely  composed   of   nitroglycerine.     It will  burn
quietly in the  open air, and will explode
moderately when subjected to i-esisonable
pressure, but when it meets sudden and
firm resistance it detonates with terriflie
violence.    The  effect of  bursting  a gun
barrel with smokeless powder is far more
disastrous than   tliat of bursting it with
an overcharge of black powder, the mere
report   being sufficient  to crack a man's
ear drums  and   make   him   permanently
deal',  even though,   by marvellous  good
luck, he escapes instant death.
It is supposed generally that the United States Mint and the government assay c Alices and refineries are maintained
for the public convenience and that the
mint, like other branches or departments
of the extensive Treasury service, is run
pro bono publico, tlie government making up by appropriations the shortage of
each year.    The recent public  report of
: the director of the mint shows that
Uncle Sam has a thrifty .'interest in the:
operations of the mint and its branches
and makes a tidy profit from their oiaera-
tion each year. Last year the gross earnings of the mints and assay offices of tlie
country—there are mints in Philadelphia,'
San 'Francisco, .Carson City and New Orleans, assay offices at Denver, Boise,
Helena, Charlotte, St. Louis, 'Deadwood
and New York—"were.,$4,495,000,' of which
'$173,014  was/Vf'oK parting- and ^refining,-
.i   J^n   n'L1|IJ      rffc   n V 'd^Ii T  n°8m     ntl a t-aU%Q^V      n        n<$Rfla-   d*U* L,u *"*,*»*  °*  S „ n ^D "nil     U      "Spot
rbii I lion// $i;0,040i' ^fbc Hbpper.},yaU.dy\£and-.
\j$li>,$%'ll±or; 'inoltihg',^ ass-\ya,n|?«5Ui;d;S"piiinpn-^
j|'ic1 WW ssi i\^i{poum(ge\§$
"sweeps" removed was $8720 : the valuy
of the surplus bullion returned was $53,-
024, and the gain on bullion shipped by
the minor assay offices to the mint for
coinage there was $0075.
The expenditures of the mint service,
including wastage, loss on sale of sweeps,
and expense of distributing minor coins,
was $1,203,188. The net earnings for the
year were $3,432,0(51. Some of the items
of expense (tlie chief of Avhieh is, of
course, salaries and Avages) illustrate the
curiously complicated Avork of minting,
Avhicli requires not only knowledge of
chemistry and metallurgy, but considerable exactness in the use of materials
and in the adaptation of dies and designs.
For acids used in the mints and assay
offices $27,400 was expended by the government last year; for chemicals, $4700 ;
for wood, $0075: for copper, $9000; for
firebrick, $1800, and for zinc, $2700. For
gloves and gauntlets required by the
mint Avorkers, $8100 was needed: for gas,
an aid to metallurgy, $11,7.00; for charcoal, $8700; for oil, $1100; for hardware,
$1400, and for crucibles and mechanical
appliances, $5400.
Varied as these items are, they do not
exhaust  the number of things  required
in the mint,   for $200 Avas expended in
lumber, $1400 in ice, $500 for salt used in
the refineries, and a small charge for flags
needed as designs.    Apart from gas, the
fuel  needed for   mint and   assay   offices
was  of-three, .kinds'—charcoal  at an expense   of $3700,   coke at   an expense   of
$7500, ond coal at an expense of $17,000.
One item, Avhieh to the uninitiated seems
large, is the item of sewing, $3425.    This
sewing is required for the bags containing   tlie metal   or coins,   in addition   to
$503 for barrels and $350 for bullion boxes.
Uncle  Sam in  his  liberality  made no
appropriation for soap,  it would appear,
but the expense of laundering the towels
(presumably   "ib  Avas   given  out")   Avas
$3000, and $2200 additional Avas paid for
Avater.    The item  of Avastage,  so-called,
arising from Avork at the mint, and Avhieh
is not a large  one Avheu  compared Avith
the enormous operations of the mint, was
$10,000,   and   some   other   minor  items
brought up  the government's  Avhole expense in the year   to $1,250,000, or about
25 per cent of  the total  receipts,   the
profit being  represented by the other 75
per cent.
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Brutes Not Deceived by Illusiins.
"It's a singular fact," said a man in the
sIioav business, "that 'illusions,' as Ave call
'em, don't fool  animals.    IVe  seen that
proven over and o\rer again. A few
years ago 1 had Avhat is known as the
'Mystic Maze' at the Toronto Exposition. It Avas simply a small room filled
Avith mirrors, so arranged that you seemed to be in a narroAV corridor, full of
turns. It was very puzzling, and I used
to get lost in the. place'myself, but it
never bothered my dog a moment. He
would run through it from end to end at
full speed and never bump against a
"I saAV something on the same line in
'Frisco not long ago. A friend of mine
had an illusion called 'The Haunted
Swing.' You get in Avhat seems to be au
ordinary swing, hung in the centre of a
good-sized room, and the thing begins to
move. It goes back and forth and finally
clear over the top—that is to say, it
seems to. What really turns around is
the room itself — the swing stands perfectly still. It is a good illusion, and
when the room is revolved rapidly there
never Avas a man avIio could keep his
head in the swing, it seems as if he
must certainly pitch out, and if the motion is kept up he gets deathly sick. But
a pet cat belonging to my friend used to
lie on the edge of the seat and never turn
a hair, no matter how fast the thing avjis'
"The elder Herrmann told me that animals Avere neyer deceiAred by false table
legs, built up Avith looking glasses*, and .
used in stage tricks. They ahvays passed around on the other side. I guess they
must see better, somehow than men."
The Tremont Hotel
We have just placed in stock a splendid assortment of Ladies'Whitewear,
which we are selling at prices that defy competition.
Nicely trimmed,
at 90 cents. $1, and $1.25
Embroidery trimmed, extra  fine cambric,
at $1.50 and $2 each.
Lace  trimmed, finest  quality of cambric,
extra special at $1.75 and $2 each.
Embr. id cry
trimmed,   all    sizes,   at   $1.50
$2 each.
Avith   torchon   lace, at   $1.75   and
Extra  quality  cambric, nicely  trimmed  with embroidery and insertion at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 aiid $2
• C3.C3.&
P. Burns^ # Co.
Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors
Meat Merchants
Wholesale Markets at jtalson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.
Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo, New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade
City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.
Head Office, Nelson, B.C.
^j-UiioKeiesSjfe. iVo„A£dfei$£- vua\npl>$ j^hOtgXui"
, „„ .=."Viffe0,flp>Hk^
Ll- .fpr" ..•|]iQtg|„ins;oqnlyv „ ^"••'.s'gflicjv. biu*nTn£!:
and pVthigiiecQnnl? "dUngeroii'S to" Me/iii
rifles.-," Do hot iajnay thkt^be"fiaii$e;a,*i|le"
^biU'ifel.i-j.igO.huicU'tlri'elve,!1 -Jihaii.^sJiptg-yiV,
HJiir^I yo.icciiii iiSe„yii$ liiud bJ^ppVd'ei*. i\V
Ir- '"'ifc; ' ,^.^iai^6f'%QJsnia15]iQ jai'ge "bore-o|"
I'" „  ^llief-ir^tgitirolfeiss. r3j"ittcll° less' f-Jsfeffth-c^
, "#]janllvs6H&' aud .tipnity .'fitting :bullet,;
iliid;\i is notSOmiic0i th6;aiunp;iuit,pipojw-
dor Iii" a gun lis, tlie ampttht.pf "resistfthce
to its expiiisioiutJr^treyda;ngerf5i,ts birrst-
i'ng.     Smokeless ppA\"*tlbt?   is   ijractit-ally
•guneotion   tamed   doA^^i,,  its  exDlosiye
princliije being nitroglycerine or^a simi-
Variety is piirposely reduced ill strength
sp as  to giye the saniy pressure, under
npi'iinil  circumstances, as  the same bulk
of black gunpowder.    Jt may be used jn
any rifle.
jiut high-pressni'e nitro is A^astly
stronger, and AViil burst an ordinary soft
steel barrel I have seen a hea\ry target
rifle, blown to fragJiieiit with it, although
the barrel A\*a£ moi'e than half a;ii inch
tly'cjc around the bore, lligli-pressiire
powder is intended exclusively for special
lnilitary and sporting' rifles having barrels of nickel-steel, with a tensile strength
of at least (30,000 pounds to the inch.
Such guns are safe Avhen properly used,
but this ahiniunition is so dilTerent from
the old black powder cai'fci'idges that you
should not experiniOiit in reloading it unless you have special training. So many
guiis of this description are iioav sold
tliat a feAV Avoids of Avarniiig Avill not be
13o:not try to make expanding bullets
out of the full-jacketed ones by filing off
the points to expose the lead. ' British
soldiers are said to have clone this.before
the Dum-Dum bullets Avere manufactured, but it is a hazardous experiment, for
tlie foIloAving reasons: The regular soft-
point bullets uoav made by the cartridge
factories have a jacket Avhieh coArers the
base of the bullet completely, leaving the
lead exposed at the point, but the liard
mantle of a full-jacketed bullet is reversed, covering the point, but not the
head. Consequently, if you file off the
point of a full-jacketed bullet nothing is
left of the mantle but a thimble covering
the bearing surface. Noav, Avhen such a
bullet is fired the charge of high-pressure
poAvder drives it foi-Avard with tremendous energy, but the steel thimble is so
hard and tlie bullet fits tlie bore so tight-.
auyw-hpi-S, an<l' doty „ppiiipctitibii„"Cnvcii'thougliecfn'ginat;*'
ing fi'pm pcr.sdns <?af'i'")*!ng samples ,ohlytandl lfaving"
tlieir iwork (lone iiiViOostcrn Caiulda;      '   ' '  "
•'■      '„" ■■ ' >M/'M.i.ViN.GEA*»r.
"'..' " G.O. iioss.
„ "Nto&Oiv Api'il 20tli. 1S0O. % l\., AVUAY.
The only restaurant  in   the
^llfpllSyiTig^oiil)^ white cooks;
Merchants' lunch from 1*2 to 2
o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner froiri 5
to 8,    Short orders  at  all   hours.
dJdC'i'fin Will buy 24 horses. 12 waKons, 2
<J>tJxJ\J\J wagonettes, 1 buggy, 10 sets of
sleighs, and a complete outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc., and a going business of
$30,000 a year.  "Tepms.
•EfcQAf^fi Will buy two lots and improve-
ip<>\J\J%s ments on north" side of Vernon
street, between Ward and Josephine streets.
<HA^K(Xf\ Will buy SO by 120 feet on the
"p-jDOwW south side of Baker street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets.   Cash.
<&-< tf~*i r\f\{\ Will buy SO by 120 feet oh the
ipXyJiyjXJvJ1   northeast " ~" *
Liquors ^d Cigars West Kootenay Butcher Co.
One of the best and most ppp-
-:.' ular hotels in Nelson. /
$av^ev moniBy
by puirchasing ydiur*
r from me
Heated With Hot Air and
. Lighted; by Electricity,
°n    m    0*"      ,C*.™      pPyt&.p&fluff2,,*).!!,  ifl-P ^. *nna.#ra    p* ■  e       .     ^.#,    °ti
liafge c^njfortablej bediobriis ariH .first-class* (lining.
room."Sample}rooms,i^r.poiiimerciafanem"' . ' ' '
^ 6.
liat(5 d£ the Roj-al Hqlci, 'Cjalgary;
Josephine streets.
P. O. Box 57
corner of Baker and
Cash.   j(jHN HOUSTON,
Vernon street. Nelson
Nelson Saw & Placing
All accounts owing the Nelson Pining Millp, contracted since the 17th day of September, 1898, aro due
and payable to tho undersigned, payment of which is re
iiuired at once. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary,
Nelson Saw & Waning Mills.
Nelson, B. C... April 25th, 1S99.
Lodge.  No,  25,
guts or iJycmas, meets 111 i..\j. 0. F. Hall,corner
Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at
Knights of Pythias, meets in I. 0. 0. F.
8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.
C. FRENCH, C. C. G. ROSS, K. of R. & 3.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets
second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning
brethron invited.
WANTED—General servant and small girl to care for
child.   Apply Mrs. Ferguson, Silica street.
AH. HOLDICH—Analytical Chemist and Assayer.
• •    Victoria street, Nelson.
EAVART & CARRIE—Architects.   Rooms 7 and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street, Nelson.
CANE—Architect' and  artist.
next door to Nelson library.
llrokculiill   llloclc,
Will no well to
A large stock of first-class dry material on hand, also
a ftill line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.
Yard:   Foot of Hcndryx street. Nelson
Telephone, 91
John Rae, Agent
First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner
AVard and Carbonate streets, in rear of English church.
Heated by steam. Table board $1, room and board §5
and &r).50.
A collection of fine Belgium Canaries for sale.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned for the
various works rcquisilc-iii the erection of a bank at Nelson, in pressed brick and terra cotta, for the Bank of
Montreal. ■ '
Plans and specifications by F. M. Rattenbury, architect, Victoria, can be seen at my oflleo.
'- Tenders to be sent in  on or before April 30th.   The
lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.   ■
A. E. HODGINS, Architect.   \
OilIc«: West Ilaker street, Nelson, 11. C.
Baker Street, jlelson   E. {j. TRAVES, Manage
All .cp'nQ'muriicaJtip'ri's/urtelat|ng*i<Ji tBrjtisn* Columbia 1 business?* tQVLbei"a'ddressed .to P. O. Drawc p.
°V    "•   ■„ "   ■,:•■  .','   °; '505, Nelioji.VBrifish <36i;umbia   «"■'";„»    -      " ■        - ** • "  :
;RQDERIC>)Co ROBER^SO;^, General-Manager 1
S"FpWLER,,E:M.°, Mining Enjgineer "'
NEIigPN, B. C;
H. 0, HUME, Manager.
The finest hotel in the interior.
Large sampjo .robins..  Steam heat and electric light.
Tho only hotel in Nelson that has remained under ono
management since 1890.
The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted by
The dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.
The bar is always stocked by tho best domestic and
imported liquors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.
Two and a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.
ODl?firATnflTl?a.     sPrin£ ^Mens, Fresh, Cream,
OrJwlAhllDO.     Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.
All of which aro from tho ranch belonging to the hotel
A pleasant place to spend afternoons, evenings and
enjoy delicacies that cannot be obtained in hotels or
restaurants at Nolson. Good stabling. Open day ancl
night.   Can be reached by either road or water.
Large and well lighted Heated by hot air
Reasonable rates Sample rooms
Electric bells and light in every room
Renovated and refurnished throughout .
J..V. PERKS, Proprietor
Free bus meets all trains
Hourly strcot car to station
Revelstoke, B. C.
THt wmm mm iANPAcii»
of irsTErjscw, vb-o.
You-r Hotise Needs Refupni&toijrig*
Can supply you with all kinds of
Fine Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum
Corner of Baker and AVard streets
H. D. Ashcroft
AVagon repairing promptly attouded to by a first-Class
Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and
custom work froin outside points. ■■
Shop:   Hall Street, between Baker and Vernon, Kelson
Strachan Bros.
Plumbers, etc., Opera House Block, Nelson I  *)������  31=  !!:  ,&'*���  li;  ���.,"Vf-- .  '���vfv'"'  ;���:$.  ��� a*;  ������-a;*.  ':,$$������  ���v<$-  .*��� ���*';  .����SS"*"  i -si  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20,  1899.  Do-You ll/isl? to Dye  ���*���  If so, remember we can supply you  with the necessary material and full  instructions how to make a clean job  of it. We carry a full line of Diamond   Dyes   and  Maypole Soap   Dyes  Ml. f. Jeetzel & Qo.  .'".������ CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS. NELSON  Neck Dressings  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Are  spring "get up.  the most important part of man's  His whole attire depends upon beauty and quality of his  NECKWEAR  Our line of Puff Knots, Four-in-  Hand and Bows, elicited a full measure  of praise from all who have seen them.  The designs are remarkably beautiful,  rich, ancl so varied that no man is  likely to meet his duplicate.  Fine Shirts, white and colored, and  all   other  fixings  at  moderate   prices at  GILKER  THE UP-TO-DATE  FURNISHER, NELSON  Victor Carr of Rossland passed through  Nelson on his Avay to Creston, Avhere he  will put in the summer developing a  prospeut or two in whieh he is interested  in that neighborhood.  Born at NeAV Denver, on the 23rd instant, to the Avife of George H. Aylard, a  son.  "\V. .1. Thompson, chief of the fire brigade, is putting in part of his time securing signatures to the petitions praying tlie council to submit four loan  bylaws to the assessed OAvners of real estate for tlieir approval. Tlie petitions  pray that all the assessed property in  the city shall be mortgaged for $'*!0,u<)0  for tlie purpose of extending the waterworks system, $1'">,0()0 for extending the  sewer system, $in,(IOO for. altering the  electric light system, and $iJO0O for making additions to the city offices.  Dr. Brouse of New Denver is -to haA'e  charge of a set of meterological instruments sent out from the weather bureau  at Ottawa.  Charles Hillyer and his associates now  haA'e possession of Gray's mills, and they  will be started up at once. As soon as it  can be done, a company Avill be incorporated and registered as tlie Nelson SaAv &���  Planing Mills, Limited.  William M. Sprott Avill this week sever  his connection with Jacob Dover's jewel-  ry house. He will embark in business on  his oavu account in Greenwood, and giving  it the same attention as he has the business of Nelson's leading jeAveler, he  should make a success of it.  No word Avas receded from VaneouA'er  yesterday Avith resiiect tq the awarding  of the contract for the Avork of straightening out the Columbia & Kootenay railway between Nelson aud Robson, and the  opinion is gaining ground that the Avork  Avill be laid over for the present.      ".   y  The most cheerful of all the city officials today Avas city clerk Strachan, whose'  happiness Avas caused by an increase of  pay.  James Neelands left today for the  Halcyon hot springs, where he will keep  "Rob" Lemon company for the next two  weeks.  Hiinner & Gin/.kcy's bank at Alma,  Wisconsin, has failed. The Hiuincrs are  interested in mining property in Goat  River district. '  The corner-stone of* the iioav Rank of  Montreal building was to have been laid  yesterday morning, but the rain interfered with the Avork. it Avill probably be  laid today.  George W. Hughes, manager of the  Idaho Mines, came in yesterday a flernbon  on the Slocan River train. ~'-   'j-       *J  not. The secretary was instructed to  get the necessary cards printed and make  the required publication in the newspapers. Tlie agreement goes into effect on  May 1st.   Are of the Same Breed;  It is said that the OAvners of Addition  A Avu-nt $2000 for the land on Avhieh the  electric light dam is situate. The owners  of Addition A are just about as hoggish  in their demands as are tlie owners ofthe  land on which the AvaterAvorks reservoir  is situate. Before the electric light  works dam Avas built, a log .jam aud the  accumulated debris caused the creek to  overflow as much la ndas is now overflowed  by the dam. The land overflowed is worth  about.$50 an acre for building purposes,as  there is less than an acre overflowed, yet  the owners want the city to pay $2000  for it.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  MADDEN.  R. Green, Ymir  John Regan, Slocan  I James Ten:y, Slocan Cross-  I    ing  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.  lAfiQBl DMIl'S, 'WStffflS&M  IFoKMday's trade vwereceived-:laSt riight By; express a large consignment  fSM���resfr $k% jive and:dresse1d"turl{eys arjd chickehsj drfessed duc\s, brjions,  spinach, radishfis, lettuce, rhubarb, asparagus, and baqaqas.  ^StSTelllSD.G nQGJBttY-STOHKS=  West Block, Baker Street East, Nelson. B. O.  .RJB.JMORSE*  B. J. R0YAL.  * V VThe Early Closing, Movement. -  The merchants avIio favor,.the early,'  closing "movement held an adjourned  meeting last-night in the boai'd of- trade  -room.* The, following dealers and- firms  Avere represented : J. F. "Weir, who acted  as chairman, Fred,Irvine, who. was secre-  ���tary, M. DesjlBisisay. M Co./ Ivirkpatiiick ..'&(,  -&�� TutiSA-vorth',, ��� Maiitiu  -p^ilS i$Mi t: "i,^^au^y^mmg:  y^JOb./AlM.. ���Shfav/bipr^hph.,, & GaldAyt'l],".  :^#��A^uti^r3d^f*-y^d^^l1a^ =  ���#r fi Hyd e "skid 'thkif-hit". dHi?hi:" iv  ialjkf:e:&,millers  phllV tlbm.  CfcnMi> ,g^,ocnejy�� ,deparf:ui(iht,..��so Only oiieV  -;lii;m��reih^ined"out'. ThiS"iirm (��onlcy &  ;;S|iiip|9,u3'A!l%se;*^**:t^^vieA^  ���f'gfotilcEiioJ Si;gh" Mie .dgreiinxexii -to: close,;  /���^dy..l*)rerfgiedl,'t;lieiIJisenl.H'"0s�� (md their Avord  .' is k$igppd'-k]i iheiv liond) tliat they Avduitl  ji8t*lejl.grpce?ies if their co;nipetit6T"s did  Vancouver Hardware Co., I"  Iinporlcrs of Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  MARA & BARNARD BLOCK. BAKKR ST., NELSON  FOR SALE  ;        ' -   SNAPS TN HOUSES AND LOTS  '''-','=     IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY , -    , . ,/ "  Money ioLoaix  J. L. VANSTONE,      R/ H: WILLIAMS,  llincs" and Minins Sioeks Customs Broker-  REAL ESTATK AND OENKRAL AGENTS  Tfldiiib,, ^Hicii is tfe %sf, safest  ^iril^cE^apest ppssit^le;  ���������������. 'Ai;:H, siEi^iiQtf  . BHkcr street VKogtl No'sbn, '&.%  " ���  Nelson Tent and Awning Manufactory  ^.X.31,   KIHSTIDS   C3E*  GANVAS GOODS,  TENTlS,  AOTflN&S AND  FMm STBIPEB CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINbdWS  AIjL SlfcKS Oh' TICNTS IN STOGK^  Baker street, opposite postollloc, Nelson  fliBO. 3VE^.I3B03Sr  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLE WHAITE  J. McPHBB  OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF  ,o    -  BOOTS AND SHOES  EVERYTHING IN THE SljOE LINE  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  ware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  CARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK;  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and "Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON ST0RESAND OFFICE:  Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  Will   be found  in  their  new  premises  on  with  a complete stock  of  Baker Street  Shelf and  Heavy  Heavy  and Shelf  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  You  will find it to your iulvantage to consult us  before placing your orders  Tinsmithing aqd Plumbing a Specialty  Estimates Cheerfully Furnished  Our Specialties  and, Shilling's   Best  Mocha's  ��"�����:>. *:*:"'" p?'  Damon, Ram Lai's  -TeasfalSN%ys.oh'hkKd: ...   ���"���" - "."....;���"���*���..  "*���" j,.-y.-y',,y^y.y���*"���<��� \uv*. *  ��� ,- -, ���.���"�����-.������..'  ��� y, .C���h ase8 &;Sanbq*^nVp,uire" "Jay^a and'  '"Colree'^''-*-.'!''1-'' ty"- ���'���'���"������'��� %'}��j. "���{'yy '""y-l'"  . j-^-f.ChristieaBjp-w^a-nd^a^^  1 "��������� ,"G^osse"# f^la(g|t w^ili>^&ptonV Ja.n'd^�����l^eiii^l|,  aMar*m**k]|Kdfej,:Ja���s^el.c;������ ".'.. "�� " " '* -  -       ���."���".  n - Dp,andic*6]le"?;"fi& \tJ.andm;;���^nench;"Peas". :an"d.  '.M.jisj^r.q'omsj ,.'"���],   ,]   ,..-("' ��".". "   "'"" " y" " "   - %  ;-"-,Pi"ckIeisV��Sa*u^es,^S0 .������"���=;    ���������   .��� ^ ,.  ,,f,A'Jdd&df"MBh(dA^ ^np. a* .dsLx>";0"f;  ������iwlixe'p:^ i'm,   .-.      ������-..."..���=��'  .Twjb GaS>s; pf Cropkery on tHe i'pad,  A trial���op*de*p solicitedv PHees rig-nt.  Telephone 10,  O. Box K & W.      Bakep street West, Nelson  2G AtfD 28 WKST BAKKR STRERT, NELSON  KoflteDi Jleetrie Supply and Construction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete "Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 60S.   / Josephine Street, Nelson, B. C.  BBACim & mWMM CO., Ltd.  WHOLESALE   j&.l<rTD   EETAIL.  ESTABLISHED  1879.  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime on the market at  per 100 Lbs  Twenty years old and still growing1.  parson produce Qo.  WHOLESALE  PROVISION  MERCHANTS  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  on the market today;  are delighted with it.  Worth of Gilt  Edge  Soap goes -fur^-  ther,  lasts longer,  and does  its work  easier and better than arty other soap  at   least   the washers  all   say so and tlie ladies  In its favor, when you get through  _ with your washing you Can go  straight to the bread pan and turn out a beautiful batch of nice, clean,  sweet, light bread, but you must remember and have by your side  before you commence, a stock of the celebrated  2-STAE  FLOIJB  CALL  AND  INSPECT  Write for quotations on car lots.  3srEX.s03sr, el c.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker struct, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOUnS, DAY OR NIGHT  bakkry.in connection  family and pastry cooking a specialty  only whit1s hklp employed  ;r���   hxteey,    pbopeietor  GOAT RIVER LUMBER CO.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All sizes of dimension Limber anil nil kinds of lumber  out to order, nnd shipped lo Nelson in carload lola.  Write for ])rieen.  The West ((ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd,  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, "Manager  STEINWAY  The  Standard   Piano  of the World.  NORDHEIMER  The Artistic  Piano of  Canada.  HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG  J. A. ROGERS, General Manager  Manager for Western British Columbia,  JOHN PARSONS, Vancouver  Manager for Yukon District,  CHAS. MILNE, Dawson  Manager for Southern British Columbia,  P. J. RUSSELL, Nelson  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. C.  le  ABT AP MUSIC CO., Nelson, Agents.  VANCOUVER���A, F. Ralph, Manager.  DAWSON CITY���A. G. Cunniiighan, Managor.  ATLIN CITY���J. A. Fraser, Manager.  NKLSON-P. J. Itusscll, Manager.  Stocks carried at Victoria, Rossland, Cranbrook, Greenwood and Revelstoke.   .  The largest handlers of Butter and Eggs in  the Canadian Northwest.  Cream  Sodas  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresh consignment of Mnple Leaf Cream Sodas received  direct froni the factory, put up in "i-pound boxes. Also  a full line of the Toronto Uiscuit and Confcclioncry  Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forget that wc handle  Uhio Uibbon Ten.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.  I     Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Nelson  Tho supply Ib limited, bo call early and examine this stock.  i ^ * ^3aliW#��ww:^ -*-'sTiA.*w*^rlf.u*!ffciii**c ����� .*


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