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 PREMIER OF NEW BRUNSWICK  IS   A   PEACTICAL   POLITICIAN.  Special to The Tribune.  Fredericton, April .10.���A bombshell  was fired in tlie New  Brunswick  legislature yesterday by J. D. Hnzen, leader of  the opposition, who laid a direct  charge  of corruption   against   premier  Emerson  in    connection   with   permanent   bridge  construction, The charge was:    "I'make  these   charges  against    lion.   Henry    IL  Rnierson as commissioner of public works,  and   as  a   member of the executive.government of the province, and   slate  that  with the knowledge of said Knierson, and  through his said dereliction of duty and  desire   to   aid     personal     anil" political  friends, and   to  strengthen   the  government of wliich he is a member, the treasury of the province has   been   defrauded  out of large sums of money."    Mr, Emerson replied he was glad   he had   now to  deal   with  direct charges.    Tlie opposition, he said, hail formerly been  content  with insinuations.    He gave tlie charges  emphatic  denial, and  said he would demand the fullest investigation.  Anotner Eailroad to the South.  Special l,o The Tribune.  Winnipeg, April I.O.���Tluit part of the  Ontario & Rainy llivcr railroad running  through United States territory and  south of the Lake of the Woods to connect with the Manitoba Southeastern, is  to be known as the Minnesota <fc Manitoba. The company which will build the  Minnesota part ofthe line, and which has  already filed articles of incorporation  with the Minnesota state** auditor and  county registrar of deeds, is backed by  William Mackenzie of Mackenzie & Mann,  so that ample capital is on hand to put  the scheme through at once. The applicants for the charter are Hector Baxter,  Clarence 11. Childs, Charles E. Sanford,  Edward W. Hawley and David AV.  lynowlton. The capital stock is $1,000,000.  Looking Over Their Province.  Special to The Tribune.  Toronto, April 1.0.���Arrangements  were practically completed-today for the  visit of the members of the Ontario legislature to the principal mining towns and  leading mining centres of-., northwestern  Ontario and eastern Manitoba, ft is expected that sixty-live members will take  in the trip, including the members of the  government and the leader of the opposition. The start will probably be made  on .Juno 27th, and end at Rat Portage on  July 10th, after which the visitors"will  be invited to attend the Winnipog-*suin-  mer fair, whith opens two days- later.  Ten of the lcading.papors of Ontario will  send representatives on .the trip.  -    r "   Canada Will Retaliate.  * ,     Special to The Tribune.  Toronto, April 10.���A Globe's 'Ottawa,  special says: If, as a private wire from  Washington states. Mc Kin ley's cabinet  are seriously considering the advisability  of granting the demands of the Michigan  lumbermen, and. if they decide upon taking such avstep, the consequence, so far  as the Canadian administration is concerned, will be the immediate' imposition  of an export duty on ^ nickel ore, copper,  cobalt, etc. The stales use our nickel,  their government have tp haA'e it, but in  order tliat it shall be refined in the states  an import duty of six cents per pound on  oxide of nickel, or about eight cents on  the refined article is imposed, while the  * row material goesViiif ree.     ���  The Address Adopted:  Special |p The Tribune,  ������Ottawa, April Itis���The conclusion, of  the debate o"ii the address in reply to the  =speee!rfrom=the=throuenviis=rpi��]uy(l"la^t=  night, wiien a division whs taken on the  ijvineiidineht of Mr. Bertram, which was  carried by a vote, of 101 for .and 48  against. It was a straight 'party vote,  With the .exception of Mr. Costigan, Conservative, who voted with the government, and L'eighton McCarthy, fndepem  dd*ojifj,wllO also voted with the government.  The address was theil adopted and the  house adjOiU'iied at 1:1 p.ni. Before ad-  ���jOurnmont sir Wilfrid Lajuier read a  cable from lord Strathcona, avIio;. said he  wits looking after the stairfp duty bill.  .-' V*'������_:      ]july:99^  provincial -'Library:*.  POLITICAL TALK FROM OTTAWA  ACCIDENT   TO   TUPPER.  THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20,  189!).  ��� PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  necessary to reach the goldfields, where  he arrived nearly dead from the exposures on the Stickino trail, He staked a  claim Avhicli he believed to be very valuable, but found that he could not hold it  because of the passage of the alien law.  Despair drove him to suicide. His mother  was (in the way from Victoria with an  additional outfit.  DAY'S HAPPENINGS IN VICTORIA  CHATHAM   MAN   CHOSEN.  EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE DEALT  IN   THE   COUNTY   COUBT.  WILKES   TAKES   A   HAND.  Special  ti The Tribune.  Victouia, April 10.���James Wilkes of  ltossland, vice-president of the National  Congress of Labor, who has been interviewing the members of the government'  on the eight-hour law, addressed a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council tonight. He said the enforcement of the  law'had been pledged to the members of  the ltossland union before Hon.  J. Fred Hume's re-election, that  the minors of ltossland were in favor* of its enforcement, and that  the mine-owners were'not hostile to it.  He ..asked the Victoria council to interview  the government and request a fulfillment  of the pledges on which minister Hume  got the miners A'ote. A committee of  five was appointed to hiA-estigatc the  matter before taking any action.  KASLO   MINING  AND   LOCAL    NEWS.  Speeiiil to the Tribune. ���  Kaslo, April 19.���The Rambler-Cariboo Mining Company has decided to install a. five-drill compressor. W. H.  Adams, tlie manager, lias returned from  Rossland, where he went to purchase  one. At present the company has on tlie  property a boiler, hoist, and three steam  drills, and with the new compressor they  will be able to proceed a great deal  quicker with their work.  A. R. Brown, wlio recently purchased  the Lucky Jim mine, has leased the  Liver residence, and with Mrs. Brown  will reside in Kaslo, making this his headquarters while operating the mine and  buying zinc ores throughout the district.  W. P. Dickson, manager of the electric  light company in Kaslo, will leaAre shortly  for Nelson, where he is a member of a  firm that intends to do all the electrical  business.in Kootenay..  Associated Press.  Victoria, April 10.���The city council,  in secret session this "morning, made C.  H. Top]) of Chatham their fourth choice  for the ollice of .city engineer, and revoked the unaccepted appointment of  engineer Smith of Toronto, who was  their third choice.  Mrs.- Carey,   wife    of   ex-mayor   W.  Carey, died today.    She   was  one of the  .pioneer   residents   of    Victoria,   having  ���'.arrived in the city forty years ago.  The steamer Humboldt which arrived  doAvn from the north last night reports  having struck on theVVanderbilt reefs in  Lynn canal, about forty miles south of  SkagAAray. She went to Esquimalt harbor with the intention of going on the  marine Avays, but Avas subsequently ordered to dock at Tacoma.  Sam Reid's gents' furnishing store on  GoA'ernment street Avas this morning the  scene of a lire which did considerable  damage to the stock, Aralued at $25,000.  The flames had been smouldering for a  long time, but had uot made much lieacl-  Avay Avhen discoArered about six o'clock.  The damage AA'as more by smoke and  Avater.  ..There is $15,000 insurance.  V r _.     All Canadian News. -'  . r r Special to The Tribune. ���,*<*.  '' EdAvardSears has been- elected ' mayor  of St. John, jVoaa- BrunsAvick, by a. majority of 1200,        "--    -,   T  Water is unusually high in the St.  Lawrence river, and, floods are feared.  The Gaspeia has not yet been able to enter' the harbor at St.-Johns, NeAvfouudland, on account of ice, but she is hoA-er-  ing about the coast-aAvaiting a chance to  get in.  La Mineiwa of Montreal says that in  the course of an intervicAV yesterday  Charles A. Gauvreau, M. P., for Temis-  couta, declared that he had it on semiofficial authority that there Avoukl be no  general election before next year.  Benjamin Parrott, Jr., was on trial at  Hamilton charged Avith the murder .of his  aged mother in February last. Parrott  killed his mother by battering her about  the head Avith an axe. Prisoner Avas found  guilty aiid sentenced to liang "on Fridays  .Tnne 23t;*d.   ___] ^_^_^  Prom Manitoba's Capital  ~ SppciaHqTircTTribmteT"^ ~  Di'. Montague, M. P., ex-minister of  agriculture,   passed   through   the    city  Counterfeiters Captured.  Associated Press.  Washington, April 19.���Agents of the  government secret service have.'arrested  the makers of the famous one hundred  dollar silver certificate Avhieh Avas put in  circulation something OATer a year ago,  and Avhieh resulted in the retirement of  the Avhole issue. Arthur Taylor and  BalclAviu S. Bredell, supposed to be the  principals, Avere arrested in Philadelphia  yesterday. William Jacobs and William  L. Kindry, large cigar manufacturers,  and James Burns, Avho Avas iu Jacobs' employ, Avere arrested in Lancaster, Ponn-  sylA'ania, today. The plates from Avhieh  the notes Avere printed, together Avith a  large quantity of counterfeit revenue  stamp plates, rolls and about five tons of  paper A\*ere also secured. In their confession today Taylor and Bredell stated  tliat less than $10,000 of the $100 certificates were printed. This is regarded as  the most important capture made by the  secret sei'Arice.   ,   ' V       , '  -     '  "  Canada for Canadians: ���.������'-.���  Special to The Tribujio:  ��� Toronto, April 19.���At the annual  meeting of the Canadian Maiiufactiii'ors'  Association, president T. J. Ellis said in  his address: "To 'maintain Canada for  Canadians is, in a Avord, National Policy.  Free trade in theory is very fine, but  'Avhen it is not free trade it is another  matter. The country Cannot be expected  to renounce the poAver of taxingforeigners  unless they will in return practice toAvard  itself tlie same forbearance."  Winnipeg's Cricket Meet.  Special to The Tribnne.  Winnipeg, April 19.���A meeting ofthe  NortliAVest Cricket Association Avas held  here tonight Avhen letters Avereread from  the Chicago, Omaha and Minnesota (St.  Paul) clubs- All stated that the teams  representing them Avonld be present during the cricket Aveek here from July 20th  to 25th. ..'   '  The Alien Law's Victim.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, April 10.���Ncavs comes from  Atlin of the suicide there ou the 11th instant of Echvard llensel, Avho conies from  Sioux City, Ioavii. It seems, that he put  all the money he could raise into a fund  today en iPute to Victoria, accompanied  by Mrs. Montague. The doctor lias extensive mining interests in, 'British Columbia, -both on the Mainland and on  Vancouver Island and his" mission to tlie  Coast is in connection with those  interests.  Dr. Sei'inger, of tlie Presbyterian  col  lege pf Montreal, arrived today.    He has  foeel) appointed to the  charge  Of classes  in Hebrew aiid Greek in Manitoba college  for a two months' course.  A.report Avas .circulated .today that the  provincial nominations would be held on  July 17th and the polling on July 24th.  Those-well informed deny the statement.  The closing of tlie court of revision does  not take place until July 13th, after  Aisiiich the lists must be printed.  A Revolt in Madagascar.  Associated Press.  Paris, April 19.���Advices from Madagascar say that a formidable revolt has  broken out against French authority on  tlie coast of the island as tlie result of  the conduct of the French agents there.  One of these, it is reported, recently corralled all the girls in his neighborhood  for a harem. Another agent is accused  of confiscating native property and raiding oxen.       -  Railway Shop Hands Get a Raise.  Associated Press.  Pottsviujs, Pennsylvania, April 19.���  The announcement Avas made in the  Reading Raihvay repair shops at Potts-  A'ille, Taminaqua, Schuylkill, Haven and  other points in the county today thatthe  mechanical and other employees of the  company Avill have their wages adA'anced  from five to ten per cent. Tavo thousand  men Avill be affected.  ' Chicago's Crystal Stream on Fire.  Associutcd'Pi'oss.  Chicago, April 19.���The Chicago rh'er  Avas set on fire last night, and for an  hour the flames leaped fifty feet into the  air from the surface of the, stream. The  firemen had to Avork hard to keep the  flames from spreading. The Rinzie street  bridge rA\*as in dauger. . The fire was  caused bjr the ignition of oil, grease and  gases that coA'er the surface of the river  or bubble np from its foul bed. The  damage to the bridge and its approaches,  and the adjoining Avarehouses and locks  is estimated at about $0000.  The dispute which photographer Hogg  and If. 1). Ashcroft had over the former's  tenancy of the tent oii Hall street  threatened yesterday morning to involve  county court judge Forin and W. A. Mac-  .donald iu its nieshes. The case came before the court in an action for damages  for unlawful distress, for which the  plaintiff Hogg claimed $117 and costs. It  -was a jury case, for which George Doyle,  George A, Hunter, E. B. Kilburn, A. W.  Peck and A. T. Wnlley were draAvn, but  as a settlement was effected before the  case Avas closed, all that Avas left for the  jurors to do Avas to draAV their pay. V  The facts in dispute betAveen the tAvo  parties, to the suit Avere oA'ersliadowed by'  the tiff betAveeu judge Forin and W. A.  Macdonald, Q. C, For the plaintiff S. S.  Taylor, Q. C, had called R. C. Waterman  to ghre eA'idence as to the terms of the  tenancy of the plaintiff, and while W.: A.  Macdonald Avas submitting the Avitness to  a cross-examination, judge Forin charged  the defendant's counsel AA'ith endeaAroring  to lead the. Avitness and get in as evidence  the Avitness' .impressions, instead of his  testimonyl  ' The counsel hotly denied that he had  attempted to do any such thing, H-nd to  convince the court that the witness had  said Avhat he had repeated to the court,  he referred to the notes of the eAridence  taken by his partner, A. M. Johnson. This  rather ruffled the court, avIio replied with  soine Avarmth that he did not care Avhat  ���was*in Mr. Johnson's notes. Herepeated  'that .'everyone, in/the court room kneAV  that Miv Macdonald was eudeaArorihg to  get in the AAritness' impressions. To this  the counsel replied that he did not care  Avliat anyone in the court room kneAV, as  he knew himself he had merely repeated  the Avords of the A\-itness. '*<���  ���* The case dragged along during- the  ,Avhole forenoon, and Avhen the court rose  for lunch the judge suggested that the  parties come together anil effect a settlement. Before coming into court the  plaintiff had offered to settle for $80,. but*  the best that the defendent Avould offer  Avas $50. At'the suggestion of the court  the parties afterward a fleeted a settlement upon the payment by the defend-,  ant of $75, from' which' the kiAvyers' on  botlf sides and all costs are to be paid, so  that it* is* not likely that there Avill bo  much for the plaintiff. *  The  Army Will Not be Increased.  Associated Press.  Washington, April 19.���A conference  held at the W^liite House today betAveen  the president, secretary Alger, secretary  Long and adjutant-general Corbin resulted in the confirmation of^h^origimil  "clecisiHiroflihe tiilministratiOii to refrain  at present from .availing itself of the  authorization conferred by congress to  Oi-gaiiize a volunteer army of 35,000 soldiers, in addition to the present regular  army. General Otis' latest cablegram descriptive of the conditions in the Philippines. AA'as carefully Considered, and it Avas  concluded to accept his estimate of the  military needs of the case, but his present  army is sufficient for the purposes he has  in view, *    ' ;   /"  "  Experimenting With Condensed Food.  Associated Press.  Kingston, April 10.���Twenty-five days'  diet on the new military food at Tete du  Point barracks terminated today with  ATery satisfactory results. Hospital orderly Williams,. avIio: Avas placed on the  diet, gained four and a half pounds during that period, and tlie food was found  to be palatable. The preparation is in  the form of a light broAVn meat, anil  many days' allowance can be carrier! in  one corner of a knapsack.  A Strike Closes Down Mines.  Associated Press.  Almonte, Michigan, April 19.���The  Tamrack, Osceola, Tamarack Junior, and  Kearsage copper mines were compelled  to close last night on account of a strike  at their stamp mills at South Lake Linden. About 2500 men are out of employment through the strike of 300 men at  th e mil 1 s.         Increase in Wages Given.  Associated Press.  Cleveland, April 19.���The National  Carbon Company has raised the Avages of  about 400 men employed in its West  Madison aA*enue plant in this city.. The  adA-ance ranges from five to fifteen per  cent. Before this announcement. of an  increase was made a strike was threatened.  Gave the Men a Lift.  , Tho two railway suits agaiust the Canadian Pacific railway, Avhieh Avere  brought by John F. Kennedy and John  Grant, for the collection of wages, were  adjourned until Monday next, on motion  of J. LL Boavcs, who appeared for the  raihvay company. Kach ol the plaintiffs  were employed by the raihvay in the  company's store at Kuskonook. They  claimed wages for four months at $00 per  month, but tho mihA'ay company contended that there Avas but $91 owing to  each.  Wi A- Maedpnakh who 'appeared foi'  the men, made a good fight against any  adjournment, tinless in addition tp the  ordinary costs of the day some provision  Avas niade for the expenses Of the pjain-  =tiff spwho=TuuL*with^d ifliculty���hUKle=tli(r  trip to Nelson, and who were without  the means to pay hotel expenses pending  the hearing of the case.  Judge Forin remarked that iii none of  the suits for wages along the Crow's  Ne$t line laid, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company seemed .prepare*!, to Contest the same. There had been between  t\venty and thirty such cases before hint  in East Kootenay. lie held that since  the adjournment Was requested by the  defendant cOnipaiiy provision should be  made for the men's expenses in Nelson,  and he fixed tlie same at $10 each, Avhieh  With the Other costs of tlie day, go  against the defendant company.  Kirk Must' Payf  The case of LaBau & Forin vs. Kirk  was au action brought by the plaintiffs  to collect the sum of $114.75 for medical  attendance and drugs supplied to a man  named Lightbody, who split his knee  with an axe while in the employ of the  defendant* J. A. Kirk on some survey  work near Fniir. The account Avas rendered, against Kirk because he, as Light-  body's employer, summoned the physicians. Judge Forin held that the defendant's action in summoning the physician  rendered him liable for the account, and  judgment A\*as rendered accordingly.  A Generous Judgment Upset.  In the case of Larsen ats. Bull, P. K.  Wilson, on behalf of Larsen, Foley Brothers <fc Company, appealed from the decision of J. Bull, J. P.. of Creston, in the  suit of a man named John Potter against  the contractors on the Nelson & Bedlington raihvay for $21 Avages. Potter was  employed by a stationman named Gillespie, avIio. was working for Breckeuridge &  Lund, sub-contractors, under -Larson,  Foley Brothers <k Co. Wheii he wanted  to got the $21 which were due liiin Potter  Avas passed up from the stationman to  the sub-contractors and by them up to  the contractors, but the money was not  forthcoming and payment was refused  until the regular pay day came around.  Potter then sued for his wages and secured from the justice of the peace judgment for the amount due and an alloAv-  ance of $2 as compensation-and damages  until the same should be paid.  From this judgment the railway contractors appealed, and as there avus no  appearance made on the other side the  appeal Avas al I OAA-ed by default, with  costs against the Avorkingman, and the  chances are that the process of the court  Avill take from him all. the Avages for  Avhieh he sued in the first place.  Other Cases Disposed of.  In the case of the Bank of B. N. A. a's.  Callahan judgment Avas given for the  plaintiff.  Sheridan vs. the Minnesota Silver Mining Company and Reader vs. Sproate  Avere adjourned to Kaslo.  The case of Genelle vs.-' Green' AA*as  settled, and Genelle vs. Young goes OA-er  to the next court.  The case of Johnson and seAreral other  miners against the NeAv Jerusalem Mining  Company of AinsAvorth for the collection  of Avages Avas adjourned till the next  nieeting of the court.  The judgment summons cases of Kirkpatrick A's. Holbrook, Symonds A's. Taylor  -aud Christie Ars. Osier Driscoll and Johnson were arranged.  c Melts as if in a Furnace.  It costs money to run a delegation in  OttaAva. Last year the Nelson delegates  to Otta-Ava took all the money they could  ���get when they started and had to oA^er-  ilraAv their private btink accounts before  they could get back ��� but they had a good  time, and took six AA'eeks to lnwe 'At:, in.  They did not bring back an'-:, appropriation, but before they had spent three  days there they had been assured by  every, minister they had -met that they  (the ministers) would not do anything  against Nelson gettii^  gates Avaiited. lt^seeiu-��thii^  sent this year tofthg|s1iini|^  same purpose is lia*viiig^exnactiy��J6h\'feaiTre*  W heir.ihe^vas���"im":Otfaixva��  experience.  just. three days'^lie^Ayro'te^sayin  cA-eryohe' (minig^r^aui^  receiA'cd  "him+ kilidlyi^in^  conrteousiy,' an d -J)lidlf-J/l^^dM4!��"(aih}ii��bniy  ised to do Avhat they^^  mission���all oxceiitV��tlie;'5iost^  oral, whp  Avas  'H?#lHe^ffi^  question is, how ijaM^fe^  Ottawa until  the^po|��feuis^^^  won over ?   A de^oga"**'^^^  if in a fiery furnace^io^^fi^ifK^" ""^ '^"'  Sons of Englanl'-Meetmg,   -   *y,.  The regular monthly liiefeting pf iSrCl:  son's Queen lodge,-iST9:V24i.."dfi'tlfo Spnj^ol  England  Benevolent^pclp^ *-}sdp" "held:"  last night in l^ratlpiijt^^ii^y^iit. Aviliicli.*^;,  .Morley ��-as apjjoilitett"SripfVseiitktxxye "of"  the society on  the -reception  co'ihmUi,t6&  at the union dedicatory Ceremonies O&fie  new Jiiill,  to  be heliL.oii May 3rd.    At  last night's meeting Leonard, Scott  vvas  initiated, and five  neAv "amplications  for  niembei'ship were received ftjnl ace  Nolson'g_Qiieoii   lodge   was organbsed-Oii-  "DeCembar 21st, 1W7, A\*itll a  niernbership  of five.    At  the  present  tiine  it has  a  nienibership of forty-five in  good  standing.    The society is gi'OAviiig 'rapidly and  has lodges in every portion pf the empire.  The first lodge was organized in Toronto  tAveuty-nve  years  ago  and started  out  With, seven " fiieinbers.    Sincp  that time  the .membership has  increased   tp   j2S00G  and the society has paid out $170,000 in  insurance, $100,000 funeral expenses, mid.  $200,000 -in sick benefits.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottaava, April 19.���In the commons  today W. W. B. Mclniles introduced a  bill to amend the Yukon Territories Act.  His object is to provide for a speedy appeal from the decisions of mining recorders or the gold commissioner.  Premier Laurier in answer lo a question informed Mr. McDougall of Cape  Breton that the expenditure so far in  connection with the prohibition plebiscite was $180,fi04. There are still a feAV  accounts outstanding.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier stated today that  the total cost to Canada in connection  Avith tlie Anglo-American commission  had been $33,060. "A"'dinner-"give'u at  Quebec had cost $308, and Canada's, share  of a dinner at Washington Avas $000.  Trips on the St. LaAvrenee given to the  commissioners at Quebec had cost $422.  The living and travelling expenses of Mr.  Charlton Avere given at $1700.    -  Colonel Prior avjis  informed that  the y  Vancouver Lumber  Company,  who had  leased   Detidman's    Island,    represented V  that  they   AvpiiId   sjiend   $250,000  on a��  sawmill;and /employ  $1000  hands,   and ���  that $250,000 \Arere in  the bank  at  Van-  couvei'for the pin-pose' of .carrying on the  ,  proposed Avork. - .  The minister of militia stated in reply to V  Mr. Beatty that  30,000 ..discarded.-, rifles  AA'ere sold  to lieutenant-colonel  Cole of  Montreal at 75 cents each. ���  .;��� Sir Heniy Joly stated in reply to Mr.  Dougall  that the revenue collected  on   '  tobacco last year AA'as $3,5(50,41(5.    Of tliis  sum $971,285 was collected by reason of V  the additional duty imposed by the present government.  Postmaster-general   Mulock has ghreu  notice of a resolution in connection Avith .  the construction of the P'acific cable be-V  twe'en Canada and Australasia.     Canada  proposes to share iu this Avork -under; certain  conditions.      These: conditions  are  that the proposed cable shall be vested'Tir'VV.  trust in a boaid of cominissioners created  by the parliament of the  United  Kingr  dom and that the respecth'e colonial governments shall share Avith Great Britain?  in the benefits in proportion to their; in- v V  terest ih   it. '..;��� To  obtain  the ��� necessary VV :  money for the vvork the board-may issueV  ilebeutures.    All iwints of landing for tlieVV;  cable must be in British territory.;!  The'V v  respective   governments; Avill   determine ;;;  ttlie ��number��ofi.cotnniissidners to^serye j on f;;  ttlie'sbo/u^tiind.lAv  ^Ijoflttk-of/rtii^indei'tfiking  ^^i^^^ir|l%ilil^I^iaialieut1s'h^  ."W&iye���'poAver,to^thegovernnienttoguaiv�� "  ��� airtee.-'tli^pjiynient^of^ fiA'e-eig  bf*thertbtal^cdstYi%,Calira  debentjlres:;  Sirj CharfeS Tupper hacLa-inarroAvegcapel/; &  iei" ."�������.�� i\VJ��fl"y\-"yfliZ:.h**." ���."--.."uf����.">".-v-�� ��.������."-��*. A":���",��-v  flroni^iAvhat.. might��shave>been;;a^seisious:= -y\  ^cideiit;this��Jif^  A Group of Claims Bonded,  L. L. MCrrifield and W. 11. Pearsoii of  Toronto have taken a boiul on the Venus  group, consisting of the Voiius, Cosmopolitan, Jupiter, Astral, Saturn fraction,  Orion and Giuiibridge niinernr��^claims,  situate on Morniiig^nouil.tam,'aboiit three  miles from Nelson, from J. L.!. Stamford,  Robert Heddlo, John Phillips and Frank  Fletcher. The terms of the agreement  are that the A'endors receive $1000 cash  on May 1st, 1899, and $5000 cash on or  before September 1st. The purchasers  guarantee to organize and float a company, to be known as the Venus Mining  Company, capitalized'at 1,000,000 shares  of a par value of $1 each, 500.000 shares  of wliich shall be treasury stock, the  amount realized from the sale of which  shall be devoted to development work,  in addition to the $0000 cash, the vendors  of the   property  are  to   receive  shares in the new company.  250,000  Big Job for Little States.  Associated I'rcss.  Bkr.vk, April 19. -It is stated here that  according to instructions from the special concert, the Swiss delegates to the  peace, conference will..propose that the  neutral states of Denmark, Switzerland,  Belgium and Holland constitute a board  of arbitration to settle all disputes between the several powers.  ^frie*c^���p��:jjav&^  [animal slipne.daiid-.ffiJivdii'ectly.in.fr.ont',;, r  Of? >*a.ii^aftproaqliiiigp���*eIec-tric?.Qafi-J,�� Sirtfis-  ;���,-", ���y,K-wk\y,Y.-**p��&-,yxp.,..^.\pi���y?f^  ���QhaxleSy.uiiil'jed* put Of;itlie^rigjind,." walked;^f"-^  �� tpvtn'^" "si|l ewal k��*\vlii lblth^ cfarf .aa^ s tbpj^eit -��"*S  ��� \Vitliiji a' lew1 fe|t/0f th^-ihdfge/: "**!:HS^:S-' \l~  ��� >; A tfi;0i^li^cai)i..oii.��ntlu*;jpi*��ti^  ^Sojind'Jlii hva"y ^^tm^imci^d^^^  in^iits'todjiy 'a.t,VQih'6e.^feke^"4\v^  .Avashput.  "    J.  "l^cLare-n'f'lireihaVii^u^  kiiibd,-and the ei%npr^adi^1^M^:^;-HS;  . Ex-Senator ^Quay^Failed^..   - ,�� '"'; y^ij  AsscoiatcilfPi-dsfi' .    .   n .'n  .������.". ���     "��%���  HAUiMSut/Rfi, Apnrii"p19i*--=the battle for - <."-'  tliO   United States  senator- encledtoday" -  ���":i  without an electioir, aiid unless goA'ernOr   ����  ���  ^$tone^ealfs=aii^exlft'arW^i ~~  there should be an eltHition, Pennsylvania u  will have only one representative in tlie  L%itdd States senate during the next two  years. The senatorial contest bogari on  January J 7th. On that day senator Quay  receiveil his highest A'OtCj-115^ senators and  repi-eseiita-tiveB casting their ballots for  h'ini. This was thirteen less thilii the  number necessary to a choice, and 1W wa��  never nearer ,'Sn eleCtioil dsO'ing the  .struggle of more than lhr.ee XnOhlhs. No  Such political contest iisis probably ever  been waged. The fight lias been distinctly on Quay anil anti-Quay lilies, and  both sides had iiuinerotis ropreseirtatives  here Jit all times- keeping' a close watch  on each other. Ik'tli.sideS proinise that  the fight for supremacy will be carried  into every county In the state, aiid  waged incessantly until, final supremacy  is assured.  National League Games.  Associnted, Press.  WASiUNWTOiV, April 19.���Philadelphia  had a walkover todays The pitching of  Dui.ik.lo was Avholly ineffective against  the visitors. Washington, 2; Philadelphia 10.  At Louisville: LouisA'ille, 3; Chicago, S;  At Baltimore: Baltimore, 0; New-  York , 0.  At Cincinnati: Cincinnati 3: Pittsburg, 3.  At Syracuse :    Syracuse, (5;   Buffalo, 4.  Johnson Coming to Greenwood.  Associated Press.  Ni5\v York, April 19.���Paul Johnson,  lately with the Guggenheim Smelting  Company of Mexico, and at one time  smelter superintendent for the Hall  Mines, Limited, at Nelsou, leaA'es NeAV  York in a feAV clays to toko charge of the  erection of a smelter for the British Columbia Copper Company, Limited, on  that company's property  at  Greenwood, II  1-  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON", B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 20,  1899.  I  13 "  Ik-'  lf-:--4  1.5 ,'S:  ife-  Special  Dress Goods  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  Baker Street,  NELSON  A. FERLAND & CO.  and  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware Co  . Baker Street, Nelson.  We have a very fine assortment of knots, 4-  in-hand, arid ; bows from 25 cents up. Wash ties  15 cents or two for 25 cents.  Genuine tartan ties in the following: Campbell, Stewart, Frazer, Gordon, McKenzie, and  Black watch.  A large stock of Soft and Stiff Hats and Fedoras  John'B. Stetson Hats, Christy's, London and other leading maker's goods  liens disappeared, Avith no signs of tlie  thief.  "It Avas then that my detectiA'e ability  began to develop by laying plans to catch  the thiol'. One Sunday night whilo my  folks were all at church J conceived a  plan that 1 thought might work. I  secured a pot of red paint from the barn  and fixed it over the doorway ofthe henhouse iu such a manner that it would be  .sure to fall on any one opening the door.  Then 1 had figured that it Avould only be  necessary to look for some one coA'ered  with led paint to be sure of the thief.  ".But my dream of looking for a man  covered with red paint was shortlived.  My father, returning from church, happened to go out to tlie henhouse to see if  everything was all right. He opened the  door to look inside and got tlie'contents  of the paint pot over his head. This so  startled him that he forgot about the  bear trap until he had put his foot in it  and had it closed iip on him with a snap.  That awoke the dog, and he seized the  other leg.  "His cries brought the household out  on a, run. We managed to get him loose  and over to the horse trough, Avhere Ave  washed off what Ave could of tlie red  paint, and I gaAre up my efforts to catch  that particular thief."  HUDSON'S BAY  B  men's    im  CHILDREN'S A*  AND LADIES' y,  BOOTS B  AND SHOES B  HAYE JUST RECEIVED THEIR SPRING IMPORTATION OP  B  Portieres and Lace Curtains  COMPANY.  Sign ofthe Big Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR  3Dtt�� Mxibnnz.  Dailv Edition   Weekly Edition.   ...... First Year, No. 91  .Seventh Year, No.'22:  THE DAILY TRIBUNE is published  every morning  (except .Monday), and will be mailed to subscribers  in Canada or the United Slates for $5 a year, and to  subscribers in Great Britain for ��8 a year; or it will  be delivered to subscribers in Nelson for 25 cents a  week, ��1 a month, ��2.60 for three months, $5 for six  months, or ��10 for one year.   Payable in advance.  ' THE AVEEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  anywhere for ?!Ta year, payable in advance.  REGULAR ADVERTISEMENTS printed in both the  . daily and weekly editions for ��i per inch per month.-  LOCAL Oil READING MATTER NOTICES 25 cents a  '-:'������ line for each insertion. ���     ..       ,  -'JOB o PRINTING at fair rates.    AccountB fbr job print"  ���*ing" and-advertising aro payablo on the first of every  ,.*, morith.V Address��� , *     "_'**.     ",  -����&��! v-  - - THE TRIBUNE. Nelson. B. C.  'CV��h4\MAyOR Neelands is beginning -to.'re-  ���aD,%nfl-Splla.Bp"fl��pAp, -^Pp,' -    '       ,       ,-   - - ,   _,l -     i  y. alize��the position he is in.* He = is. begin-:  ^iilfiiig^to realize that lie has = unrestricted  K"|?aTtMFbrity and power-to inspect* and. order  *�����gthe*��bnduet of all officers and "employees  ���"-".bfSlie^coi'poration, aiid'the power-to di-  'HyrpMyyifJie -method, of management bf the  ^<jbrp.6rati6n. business and affairs. -If. he  5^A\fili?�� Quly'. exercise the "authority that1 is  ���^"ves^edin him- alone, the people jvill* hear  ^Vli|jle^O'f thirty thousand dollar exten-  ;<-;���'sfoiij,��torf the Avater system, fifteen thous-.  "f.ahdklollar additions to the electric  light  i   oo  Tid'. -g." t��    y%fL a " m _ '  fe^plaiitf Jiiiul like. expensive extensions of  j*tupj^sexxer system, to say liothmg =to a  -".iiy^-thbiisaiid dollar addition to the city  "loffices." What Nelson needs most is the  V ^.tbppiiig of all leaks, in both reA'enue and  "..LexpehQl'-jtiire, -arid it is the..duty of ��he"  iiiayor to see that all leaks are stopped-  .;..^Clie mayor Avas elected to manage tlie  4^business=affairs^of^Nelsohi=aiidihe=-has=  no right to alloAV chairmen of committees  to   take   this    duty   upon    themselves.  Hamilton George Neelands, be mayOr.  The Americans are beginning to find  that it is no easy matter to subdue .the  'Filipj'nos, avIio fight Inuch as did the  plains Indians. The latter AA'ere finally  brought' uiidei* control, but it took years  ��� to do jt. The Filipinos Avill be subdued,  but is the game worth the outlay?  TUB Globe of Victoria is most bitter in  its opposition to competitive i-aihyays in  the Boundary Creek country. It is  Strange that Victoria has .Within its limits so many perfect asses.  Rosslanh and Nelson are both Avorking to obtain appropriations from tlie  Dominion  gOArerhment for public buildings.    Rossland has asked for  $100j000;  Nelson  for $25,000.   Rossland has been  told that She has asked too much; Nelson  has been assured that she is, fairly j entitled to  a building, but  that  the postmaster-general  cannot   see ��� his Way   to  recommend any appropriation, this year.  Rossland  and Nelson contribute   about  the same amounts to the Dominion treasury in the Avay of customs, postoffice and  inland revenue.    Both should luwe  suitable buildings in-AA'hich to transact public business.    But there is no reason Avhy  the  one  should  have  a'$50,000 building  and the other a $20,000 one.    Treat both  alike.       Eastern   Canadians -have   purchased reams of shares in worthless mining  companies  having  their head offices  in Rossland, and they, imagine Rossland  is the only toAA'n in British Columbia, not  eAreu excepting-, Vancouver and Victoria.  But it isn't.  CATCHING   A   THIEF.  ||J White Muslin Curtains with frilled edge; Aplique Curtains in cream |  �� and white, which for richness and durability cannot be equalled; "Not- f  Hi' tingham Lace Curtains in pretty designs and colorings of ecru and ||  Jjjjjj white; Colored Coin Spot Muslins for door, sash and window curtains; J  f White Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots. f  Hi  m  CHENILLE   AND   TAPESTRY PORTIERES  "My first experience as a thief catcher,"  said the detectiA'e as he smiled softly to  himself, "came AArhen I was a young lad  on iny father's farm. My father kept a  large number of chickens of Avhicli he was  extremely proud, as they were high bred  and the only ones iu the neighborhood.  -"One morning several of'them AA'ere  missing,"a fact! "which caused, my father  to say things that he never used in ordinary, conversation! -It'" "was-plain"5 thatVa  tAA-o'-legged thief, and not an animal,, had  taken" them,,as there were a number of  footprints around the henhouse.  ". "Several days later a number, of others  disappeared, and.then my father Avas  -wild eyed. He bought a savage dbg that,  was Avarrahted toreat. mail on the slightest provocation and turned him loose at  night.*. He also borroAA*ed a bear trap,  froni one of the"neighbors and"set it-near  the doorway, of the "henhouse. , But it  was alMii.vain... It Avas only the* matter  of a few nights when a number more of.  INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just opened up  A CONSIGNMENT OF  CALIFORNIA PICKLES  AVhich wc would be glad  to have you inspect  s  1  Mixed Pickles  Gherkins  Ghow Chow :  ���-   . BOTH  SWEET  AND  SOUR \     ^   =-  Pepper Sauce  Red Hot Chili Sauce  'ALSO  CALIFORNIA  RIPE  OLIVES  W Scroll designs in Tapestry and Chenille, also iq plain colorings, goods thai are  il      moderate in price, at]d something t^at will give the best of satisfaction  YELTET   TABLE   CQVEBS  Something  very  rich  and  handsome   in  green  and, blue bordered, in  scroll patterns of: gold and red; art velvets, for cushions and draperies.  Chenille Table Covers in 4, 6, 8, and 10 Quarter Sizes  CURTAIN  POLES   AT  ALL   PRICES  Something' special in Oak inch and half poles, wood trimming's, all complete, for 50 cents.  MAY DELINEATOR NOW IN  w  VICTOEIA   BtOOK, .BAKBB   STEEET^.NELSON,   Bl-.'O.  B  'fa  fa  REVELATIONS  IN  PRICES LOWER THAN EVEi-j  ftUJLIIY BETTER  THE LEADING WALL PAPER HOUSE  IJI THE KOOTENAYS  Thomson's Slationepy Co.^ LM  ^TO  PIANO  ORGAN  VIOLIN  GUITAR  MANDOLIN  BANJO  AUTOHARP  ACOORDEON  yiOLIN BOW  STRINGS  or MtrSIO  Call at our Store and. we "will do the rest."  Hudson's Bay Stores  AVcst Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  IS (MM  AND  WILL BRING  WITH  IT  A DEMAND  FOB  OTTT  fsftViJ'  A  IT BlOMT.. ^fty.  Tfl SENT); EAST* ���'KOH CCOTii VS  "Baker ���]Strfeef,.^plsj&;ri  first 'DO0r West b^nk- b.;& BumpiNfei.  ]M^INa  AND  RE^L ESTATE ACCENT  Tairner & Boeokh blocks Nelson, B. C.  '^cAvishitj'oJnfdhli'^lid^ciit^dnvcii'pjC^cl^^  .piienejl Jip���,iv kt^cuU^'fl��qsi^n^/lnij^ri'Kil: ^csl'ab|iShIllent^,  iii: 'Ihe sjtbi'e Jonnerlj' becupfed^'bi;" i'mpry "!&"*^ralIojV  OulVstocK* cbriipriSpsa"anstlio(latos|;\paIt#nSj,ihu ;iinpdrtc'(l ��  t.vycosls .aiidjw'prstiijl^.-and jjEtji; Jhe inpnth-of jkpi'il;W.  'Wijl.Koirat>'^re��atly'i;edJicedspnce^ orupjefb^'iiRrgauce"  pur supjenpr'styld^anjl wbfkinii��?iliii).; "Nb.fltlip pay, aiuT;  .fSa'ti^faclipn.^iiiCra'ijtded."      "    "..        ��*"���"���".'  . NKLSOn'S UP-TO^DATK iJAjLOKk.       %  If you want a JWbjiy Suit  WE CAN SUPPLY YOU  Wilson & Harshaw  ��� p��,","���"��� ��"n;��.."n3> ^.��y,'"��"."yyj't".. "V��� *���="����� ".���K^y^" ���:'. �����*"'  "���������!," 11  ���'"ll  FOB GENTS   WEAB  They are all the rage  this summer  and we are getting ready  for the rush  COME AND  SEE  OUR LINES  NOW ON DISPLAY  ^Money^tta-lbaapfor buildlng^puriposes.^^   Mining shares for sale.  Dundee, Mb-aarch, Xltica, Fairmont; also Be-  publie and Camp MCEinney stocks. ,  Investinent of a few hundred dollars may  makelybuthousands.     ���'���.-=.'  Lots fbr sale in all parts of the city.  Houses to rent. ^_   C. D. J. CHRISTIE  GENERAL.  BROKER.  A  ���7BOOM HOUSE TO LET  A 4-ROOM BOUSE TO LET  FOR SALE  A 2Jot eorncr   A 5-i'Ooin house...  .$500  .   ISIK)  Houses and lots in all parts of the city.  MO"^BArTO LOAN 1NSUHANOE  A LINE OF  FRENGH S0ITiNaS  ���j%st��aeJrWe��=���  ���H���.M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  -     ,    Corner Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson. ��� |  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,  No,  25,  Knights b�� Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall, corner  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  C. FRENCH, C. C. G. ROSS, K. of R. & S.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  WANTED.  WANTED���Twelve boys at $3 a week. Apply today to  Kootenay Cigar "Manufacturing Company.  WANTED���An exrerienced shingle join ter.   Apply to  G. O. Buchanan's lumber office. Nelson or Kaslo.  WANTED���General servant and small girl to care for  child.   Apply Mrs. Ferguson, Silica street.  ~~~ PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  A'   H.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Assayer.  ���     Victoria street, Nelson.  BWART & CAHRrE���Architects.   Rooms.7 and 8 Ah-  ordecn block, linker street, Nelson. ;  CANE���Architect and artist. .Krokcnliill   Block/  ���   next door to Nelson library. I  Two lots and house with fourteen rooms on Silica  street, betwceii Josephine and Hall streets. Terms  ��1500 cash.balance to be arranged..-...'., ���'..;.' .$3,500  Lot and house on Latimer street, near Josephine  street:   Terms$500cash, balance on'niortgage... 1,000  Lot and store on Baker street.   Good location.  8,000  Lot on Baker street, near corner of Cedar street...    800  H  The British Columbia Loan and Savings Company,  who give the most reasonable terms to borrowers, allowing principal to be paid off at any time without charging  any bonus.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY. Agents.  A Business Chance  The undersigned will Sell (he following real estate,  and personal property at a bargain:  Nine-room house and ten lots set out in orchard  Four-room cottage and live 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.  -WA.KDBBQS.I  UKAL ESTATE AGENTS, West Baker St., Nclspiit:V:|  If-you want, a Uaty, Stylish Suit of clothes" for  spring and summer, 1 have over 500 different patterns'of.Scotch, and English tweeds,  which Jt will make to your brder at the low  prico of ..   ;. $25-  Black Venetians tnake a nice suit for sum*  nier wear at    ���'..-...< ��� -Sii  Black serge Suits in sack or morning'coat...?2l  A heavy Scotch  tweed,   nice  patterns  for  business auit ��� ��� ��� ��� >318  Trousers at cminll)* low- prices. Fit and, finish  no better iti Canada. Ladies'line tailorbiga  speialty.   Clemeiit block, linker street.  ai (atlerition." ��^i;yl|i/lhX%-it^anr5i:S>-'  fep Qf ��� %ag*g;a^*e;�� . 0^ee anH^ia^bles  M -"^erricin' /trejet,"  opppsife' :TKt'  trimfafe office.": M^K^iie:^/ 35?  AGENTS FOR  ^The-imperial Oil Co.    Standard OiiCh.  Washiqgion Brick kt\d Lime Co. ||  The H. W. KlcNiel! Co., Ud., Canadian Anthra-l  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers in,  STOVEWOODi  EXPRESS and DRAYINGj  S, (he  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  X'rompt and regular  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson,  TENDERS   WANTED  FOR   REAL   ESTATE.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12  o'clock noon on Monday, May 1st, 189!), for the 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 m the  building. .,  Terms cash. The highest Or any tender uot necessarily  accepted. CAROLINE THE LIN,  Administratrix estate John Johnson, deceased.  Nelson, B. C, April lOtlt. 1899.   FOR   SALE.  FOR SALE���A teaming outlit consisting of one team,  wagon and harness. - Will be sold cheap for cash.  Reason, for soiling, owner has mineral claims, to look  after. Apply to .7.' V. jaobbson, feed merchant, ycrnou  street. Nelson, li._C.y_ ���-������_������ ;���  Having purchased tlie express and draying  business of J, W..Co wan, wo are-prepared  to dp all kinds of work in this line, and solicit tho patronage, of the people of Nelson,  j Ordors left at D. McArthur &  Co's store,  r'jiio'rthwest corner Baker and AVard streets,  -���-.avill rebel ve prompt attention.   TelCphono 85  DAVIS & Go.  BRITISH COLUMBIA PQTTEBY CO., Ltd j]  VICTOKIA,   B. C  MANUFACTUKEKS OF ,f  PRESSED BRICKS     FIRE BRICKS      FIRE CLAY]  VITRIFIED SALT GLAZED SEWER PIPES  All kinds of sanitary fittings, agricultural drain tile, ,  flower pots, terra cotta, chimney pipe and flue lining, it  chimney tops, fire brick.flre clajvall kinds of fire clay ���  goods, assayers' furnaces etc., made to order, '  Ornamental   Garden  Border Tiles,  Vases,   Etc. i;j|  Cement, plaster of paris, lime, and all kinds of  ornamental plaster work.  TENDERS   WANTED  FOR  REAL ESTATE  Tonders will be received by the undersigned until 12  o clock noon on Saturday, April 22nd, 1899, for the pur  chase of tho. following described real estato situate in  Nelson:  Twenty-two and a half feet of Lots 2 and 3 Block?,  ,with improvements, now renting for $30 per month.  Lot i Block ti, whieh is ground leased for ?30 per month.  The lease has one year to-run, and the lessee has the  option of renewal for two years ac a monthly rental of  $i0.  Terms cash. The highest or any tender iiot necessarily  accepted.. A. J. MARKS,  .      Administrator estate Charles Van Ness, deceased. ���"*���  Nelson, April8th, 18!)i>.:< ;���,:; ������'-'���}  ���>j|  !?,f^,'l&"J'3'iv1'S������i������!^^ THE  TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 20,  1899.  B  ANK  Capital,  all paid  up,  -$12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND   "*UT. ROYAL, President  lion. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vico-Prosident  R   S. OLOUSTON General Manager  *n*blson -BU^-isrcia:  of. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       IIKA.NCHKR  IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK,   OHIO AGO  and in the principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on, District.  liny and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  GKANT COMMERCIAL AND TRAVKIXKKS' OBRDITB,  available in any part of tho "world.        0  '    DRAW'S I8SUKD    COLLECTIONS MADE; ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID  CHINN"   AND   HIS   KNIFE.  Kentucky is still in a state of feverish  excitement over the Jack Chinn and senator Bronston incident, in Avhieh tlie  colonel referred to tlie state legislator as  ' "a. red headed thief." The trouble Avith  Bronston was due to the fact that lie was  the attorney for Mrs. Sally Crawford, a  . creditor of Oh inn's. Being unable to find  any property of Chinn's that was not in  ���his wife's name, Bronston intimated that  the transfer 'had been made with Mrs.  Chinn's connivance in a way that was  morally fraudulent, if not legally so.  There Avere political differences also between them, but Chinn says tliat his attacks on Bronston are due to the fact that  Bronston made insinuations against a  woman.  .Jack Chinn is one of the most unique  products of the blue grass country, AA'hich  has produced many interesting types.  Giving voice .to his sentiments, colonel  Jack says: "I am a southerner and a gentleman, by Jupiter! A man should fight  if his honor is attacked. He should fight  if a-Woman is assailed, and the bestthing  for him to fight with is a. bowie knife,  which is tho gentleman's Avcapon."  The bowie knife he always carries with  6him, and, according to Kentucky traditions, has frequently used it Avith deadly  effect. Colonel Chinn is proud of his  "trusty blade," Avhicli is variously spoken  of as a "bowie," a "spring back" and  more often than either, as" the '-Chinn  knife." * Many-and curious ; arc the tales  told iii Kentucky as to how colonel Chinn  carries his knife and "the manner in which  he opens and draws it when occasion requires. Men talk about it constantly in  the blue grass country and tell each other  thatthe colonel carries-the knife down  his back, attached by some secret contrivance to his collar. But the colonel  says these are all fairy tales. lie declares  tliat he carries it in the right rear pocket  of his trousers. When he has need to  produce it, ready for use, he dexterously  shifts it to his larger front pocket, where,  under cover, he opens it and then swiftly  brings it into service.  He has been in a score of desperate  fights in the past tAventy years, has been  hurt.seA-eral times himself, but generally  it is the other man Avho is hurt.  There isn't a more expert knife user in  all the country than is Jack Chinn. Colonel BoAvie himself, the inventor of the  knife that bears his name, Avas not more  proficient in its us^tlian this Kentuckiau.  He knows whtSre . to strike,, Avlieh to  strike, Iioav to strike aiid Avhat to do with  ^theJsniikrtfte  When colonel GoOdloe and colonel  Swope, Republican politicians, quarreled,  Chinn advised Go0dloe to settle the  trouble with the bowie. He loaned him  his faA'orite knife and gave him some lessons in using it. Goodloe killed SAvope in  the postoffice with thirteen knife cuts,  .scientifically delivered. Chinn claimed  and got most, of the credit for this,  incident.  Chinn Avas a starter on the racetrack.  He carried his flag in One hand and Jii��  bowifis in the other and Made the -jockeys  mind. At the LatOnia, Kentucky, track  o/ice he had a dispute with Jack 'Dorian,  who said ho was not a gentleuiam This  is the olie thing Chinn Will not Stand.  He whipped out his bowie and nlade a  workman-like rip for Dowhin's* stomach.  The latter had been mean enough to provide himself with a steel shirt, and Chinn  lost the point of his favorite knife.  "Only a cad Avould wear a thing like  that," said Chinn, contemptuously. Theu  he turned on his heel, and DoAvlan's social  standing was impaired by this criticism.  In Spite of his idiosyncrasies;, Chinn has  the reputation of being square and honest in all his dealings and very truthful.  Chinn's most dramatic use of his big  bowie knife Avas a, short time ago Avhen  he sharpened it up and started for Nevada to help re-elect senator SteAvart, whom  he admired. Chinn claimed that he Avas  quicker Avith the knife than any one else  engaged in the campaign. David Neagle,  the'man avIio killed ex-judge David S.  Terry, Aveiit there as the man Avho used  his revolver most rapidly, and as he AA'as  for Stewart, too, the combination looked  irresistible.  Chinn once proved, his pluck by stand-  . ing at  the door  of the Kentucky .senate  chamber and holding at bay some armed  . men who were about to lynch, a number'  of senators who had taken an unpopular  stand on the question of re-electing Blackburn. Popular opinion was divided'as  to the propriety of the lynching, with  perhaps a preponderance in,favor of the  enterprise, but the gleam of Chinn's revolver settled it in favor of the "nays."  Colonel Chinn drinks bourbon whiskey,  chews long green tobacco and cusses, and  the flutter of a petticoat is as attractive  to him as is the red flag of a race track.  In appearance he is the rollicking, roistering, nervy Kentuckian, and he plays  poker and is a. past grand master at old  sledge.  Colonel Chinn conies of a racing family, he being a son of a member of the  old racing firm of Chinn <fc Boyden, Avell  known a generation ago. They owned  many.'famous face horses in their day,  and the colonel has himself been the  breeder and trainer of some notable performers on the turf.  LITTLE   KINDNESSES.  People are apt to forget the little  things of life in striving to rccomplish  the big undertakings. . There is a thrifty  old proverb that says if we take care of  the pennies the pounds Avill take care of  themselves.. All of us have had ample  occasion to prove the truth ofthe homply  old siiav .and to find out Iioav much easier  it is to economize on big things than it  is on little. It is comparatively easy to  do Avithout the expensiVe articles you desire, but it takes Spartan fortitude and  determination to keep from throwing  ��� away your dimes oii silly things that you  don't really Avant, but buy because they  arc so cheap. It is seldom the dollars  that avc waste. It is with the small  change that we are reckless.  Might not a A'ery similar application be  made to many other things in life? We  are scrupulously careful of the big moralities. Wo do theduties tha t the church  and society and conventionalty have  market! out for us. * We would be horri-  licd at the,, very idea, of harming our  neighbors or mistreating "our -families,  but how often Avere a\'C utterly neglectful  of the little things���the kindly'word that  cheers a lonely heart, the gentle consideration that makes the daily work easier  for some one, the tender deed that avc  might do so easily if avo only Avould. It  is a question of small change oA'er again.  If it Avas something great avo would do  it. There are devout women avIio deny  themselves to send money to support foreign missions, yet avIio never say one  word of religious counsel to tho.heathen  in their own kitchen. There are women  who belong^to societies for the extension  of human brotherhood throughout the  world, but avIio treat the shop girl Avho  Avaits on them as if she were a automaton Avith no more feeling than a  Avooden image. There are women avIio  would  die for their husbands, yet aa'Iio  hardly giA'e them a pleasant Avord. They  are careful enough of the big duties, but  the little ones don't seem AA-orth attending to.  In reality Ave can no more afford to  neglect the little courtesies of life, and  the little duties, than we can afford to  throAV away our pennies. The prompt  answer to a letter, the note of thanks for  a book or paper Ave oavo to somerine's  thoughtfulness, the genuine appreciation  of the effort to entertain us may seem  trifling, but they go a long Avay toward  making or marring our happiness. They  are the small change Avith Avhieh we pay  our passage though life, and if we neglect them Ave are in the unenviable position of one avIio is trying to dead-beat  her way.  "If we take earn of the pennies the  pounds will take care of themselves." If  avc take care of the little duties, if avo  Avere' SAveet and kind and considerate,  wouldn't the big duties take care of themselves';' More homes are Avretched by  bad temper than by drink. More affection is alienated by fretting and nagging  than by all the co-respondents ever cited  iu the divorce courts, more friends are  lost through carelessuess than by treachery. ' It is always the little things, the  etceteras for the gown that runup the  bill at the dressmaker's, the tiny leak in  the household economy that counts tit  the end of the month, and the woman  Avho Avould be wealthy and happy must  keep a sharp lookout on the small change  of life. . .  The Snap Mule.  "The popular impression that the mule  is a sIoav beast, like most generalizations  ofthe kind, is conducive to error, for if  there is "anything'quicker than a well  trained 'snap mule' I for one haA'e never  seen it." The speaker Ayas a man Avho  has employed mule team's by the thousand oh levee and railroad contracts.  "The 'snap mule,' as yoii, may or may  not know, is a sort; of free lance about  the dredging Avork, whose duty it is to  'snap on' in front of the scraper team to  give the final jerk that.Avill set the filled  scraper in motion. '-._ As there is but one  snap-mule' to twenty teams, dispatch is  necessary, and it is next to marvelous  how the otherwise stupid .beast learns, to  know the exact moment to pull. He concentrates  his entire muscular energy in  that  momentary  effort, and  something  has  got to move.    The instant he feels  inotion in the load he relaxes his effort  and  is passed on to the next team.     The  'snap mule'is driven by A'ery long lines  that pass   back over   the team   to the  driA-er, who walks behind.    Not long ago  we had a big green Swede on  one of the  scrapers 'up    in  one  of   the   Kootenay  camps.    The first  morning out the new  hand got a good   scraper load, and Avhen  it came his turn to 'sua]")' the extra  lines  Avere passed back to him, and, not knowing  what  to do with  them,  he swung  them over his  head and  let them lodge  firmly on his shoulders.    The team mules,  cheered on  by the  vigorous language of  the driver, slowly braced theinseh-es for  the pull.      When   tho   precise moment  arrived, a   tremor  passed  through   the  'snap mule's'  frame and then, unwinding  like a released  watchspring, he gaA'e the  supreme jerk, and that green Swede simply turned three somersaults OA'er scraper  anil team  and  landed half way up the  grade,    it Avas all OA'er in an instant, and  the  mule   had   relapsed   into his accustomed      insensibility.      Quick?      Why,  Fitzsimmons Avasn't in it Avith that mule."  The Tremont Hotel  fa  New Silk Blouses,  Top Skirts,   Underskirts,  White Underwear,  Correct Styles,  and Lowest Prices.  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  %  i%  BANK LOP  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  TIE-RIMS   CASH  '���&.&.&'cz).c=>.<g.'e3.ez>.c.  .c=3.C=>.C  -&���&���$  '.^.^X  \m  ���te*:?  iV|AL0NE & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Frospeetprs  THK REST BRANDS OF  Liquors a,ld Cigars  P. Burns & Co.  WHOI/ESALK   AND   RETAIL  ALWAYS ON HANI)  $5500  Will buy 24 horses, 12 wagons, 2  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.   Terms.  Will buy two lots and improvements  on  north  side of Vernon  street, between Ward and" Josephine streets.  ^Term8,f= '" .      " '   ���^JA^Ain   Will buy  zpyf*j\j\j  south  side   of  Baker  street. 'be-  80 by 12fj feet on the  i     Of     BEkkBC    StiPGfifi    '"  tween Stanley and Kootenay streets.   Cash.  <JHA flAO  Will buy 50 by 120 feet on the  qJiVjVW  northeast corner of Baker and  JOHN HOUSTON,  All  kinds  in -,  stock  SASH  DOORS  MOLDINGS  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  s mm  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at ffelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL  STORES AT  Nelson,  Trail, Ymir, Kaslo, New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,  Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortable bedrooms and   first-class  dining  room.   Sample rooips for commercial men.   _ ' ���   .  BATES   ��2   aPZEIR   XXA/ST  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  s -J  ���i  11  Mrs.  E. C.   CLARKE, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  You can save money  by purchasing your  lumber frorri me  J. A.  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Josephine streets.   Cash.  P.O. Box 57  Vernon street, Nelson  BON TON RESTAURANT.  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.  Crow's 'Host Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  Nelson Iron Works  MANUKACTUREH8 OF  ENGINES, BOILERS. SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  TO CONTRACTORS.  Tenders will bo received by the undersigned for the  various'works requisite in the erection of a bank at Nelson, in pressed brick and terra cotta, for tho Bank of  Montreal.  Plans and specifications by F. AT. Rattenbury, architect, Victoria, can be scon at my office.  Tenders to be sent in on or before April Hflth. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ... A. K. HODGINS, Architect.   .  Ofiice: West Baker street, Nelson, U. C..  Baker Street, Jfelson  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  *  ORDKRS BY MAIL RECKIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  r|. D. HUME, Manager.  The finest hotel in the interior.  Large sample rooms:   Steam heat and electiic light.  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  m  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER    AT ..    G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A large stock of first-class dry material oh hand, also  a fall line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FAGT0RY WORK A SREOIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 91  John Rae, Agent  AUCTION SALE  OF  Household Furniture and Personal Effects.  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,  sell 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  Necland's residence, consisting of large extension oak  dining table, oak book-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  fine solid oak bed-room sets, four extra fine Wilton rugs,  hall and stair carpets, lace curtains, kitchen and heating  ,rpou ,  ,   stoves, linoleum, oath, refrigerator, patent kitchen table  and many other household articles too numerous to  mention. ,..,..  AH these articles are 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  lias put no reserve on anything and tho (juality of the  goods is ahead of anything we have ever offered for sale  here. Goods on view afternoon prior to and on morning  of sale. ��� Sale at 2 o'clock sharp.   Terms cash.  O. A. WATKRMAN & CO., Auctioneers..  The only hotel ih Nelson that has remained under one  management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are  well furnished and   lighted by  electricity,  The diniiig-rooni iis not second toany in Kootenay.  The bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.      ���  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor,  All communications relating Jo British  Columbia business to be addressed to P.O.  505, Nelson, British Columbia  Drawer  d. RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager i" air-i   o/-\iu     o   r\  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer J, INtLoUN,   B. O.  ARE NOT EASTERN IMITATIONS  BUT ARE MADE. BY  Two and a halt miles up the Outlet.from Nelson.  QDtfPTATfflTFQt     Spring Chiokens, Fresh Cream,  OriliUlilLIlJiO.     Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of whicih arc froifi tho ranch belonging to the hotel  A pleasant place to spend afternoons, evenings and  enjoy delicacies that cannot be obtained iii hotels or  restaurants at Nelson. Good stalilings Open day and  night.   Can be reached by either road or water.  WILLIAM ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot air  Reasonable rate? Sample rooms  Electric bolls and light in overy room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL VICTORIA  J. V. RERKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains Ravolcrnlrfi    R   fl  Hourly street car to station nBVBIM.UKt'i  P�� !*���  Spring Millinery  INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITED  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINK STREET, NKLSON   BOARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner.  Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of hnglish church...  Heated by steam. Table board 31, room and board. S.*<  and $5.50. - ,  ���-    V.v "���'    *  A collection of.fine Holgium Canaries for sale.   .  J. V. O LAuGilLIN.  ��:f ro*EXiSo3sr, J3.cx  Your House Needs Returnighiiig'  Can supply you with all kinds of  >  a  Comer of Baker and Ward streets  NELSON. :H-C.  AT REASONABLE PRICES  UNDERTAKING IN CONNECTION  IL D. Asticroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a first-class  wheelwright.   V  ., Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS  JOBBING A SPECIALTY  Sl^op:   Hall Street, between. Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Strachan Bros.  IHuinbcrs, etc.. Opera House Block, Nelson. 11{;  I Kit;  ��� wflii:':?.^te..>>  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1899.  Spring Medicines  and Blood Purifiers  WE HAVE  A - LARGE   STOCK OF THE FOLLOWING  WELL KNOWN AND EXCELLENT REMEDIES:  Lynjan's Beef Iron and Wine     Paine's Celery Compound  Spring's Sarsaparilla     Hood's Sarsaparilla  gyre's Sarsaparilla  Kennedy's flf|edical Discovery    Pierce's N|edical Discovery  AND ALL TIIK OTHKlt 1.ICADINO 1'RKPAItATIONS  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  THESE   GOODS   ARE   ALL   FRESH,   HAVING   JUST  ARRIVED  DIRECT FROM THE  MANUFACTURES  W. F. TEETZEL, & CO.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON  Neck Dressings  &y-<  J. A,  Are the most important part of man's spring "get up."  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, and so varied that no man is  likely to meet his duplicate.  Fine Shirts, white and colored, and  all   other fixings  at  moderate  prices at  THE UP-TO-DATE  FURNISHER, NELSON  ir|g^ in Solid Cold  NEW   GOODS   ARRIVING   DAILY  ow?  !i��V;ftn��n*-i  7BP"n-D��   [ft  'a"!  ���&i&'6>D*0n  l^^tfjnW  "���f^'Xfiyf"^��"i:-" ��� ''fe��if:''.v-��j   �� ':��il\y^.- ��,/-"-.- ' ��:?i"-���.- - ���   ��������� ��� " "���"��� �� ����v y*p  mmm'-Mmmmmm^mm -��� ���������������?:������������ ��� ������������^i  aJ'';-''/."'?.'!*. �����.��*.    "a" j    ���    .     .."���"��� "IV ��� ��� ���  J ��� .    ������   ~��   .     ���������-���.       ��� .    ���������     ��� -��"^..  ��� SAl^-.-"^ j'"QU"E gdtfd's from them^ a��\they;: s^ll; |br cash ��� ,"������  '$Tfig��$* %dj";ca:rrai(^ " 'That.,enablesfus":to sellgpbd^ lo*r le&s than  '  t*4/^^���-"W]?^^1'!:1^Iil��e, ^k' "-Pcou-ntV   -We", "have a complete-siock -of'frui'*ljs$ cigars, vege-  y^y. ?//��j,^"e"^'"a^" *a^ s^a#'e SWcei'i^?-    In, feefe flny-bhing and everyjihing' yc&vwant '���'   ���  fy^��"]((.$P< "e*h    ��M.r goocte are fresh, clean, and as good as money can buy.    Goods"     '  :*-\- y,.��'deliveredpromptly.    We want, your trade. -   -  F. p* MORSE,  i*v^estfeBlock,-Baker-Stre8t=*Basfc.=Nersbnr"B^Cr  Moyie intends to celebrate the queen's  birthday in the town, and not at a distance as heretofore. It is contended that  the money and labor spent in clearing  grounds had better be spent in clearing  streets and making the town look tidy.  The ladies of the Catholic church held  a meeting yesterday afternoon and organized a ladies' aid society. The following ollieers were elected: Mrs. Ste-  phen White, president; Mrs. F. Lapointe,  vice-president; Mrs. T. .1. Scan Ian, secretary ; Miss Nellie O'Heilly, treasurer. A  social entertainment will be held in the  near future, the proceeds to be devoted  to the furnishings of the new church.  George Owen Buchanan of Kaslo and  Samuel Parker Tuck, formerly of Kaslo,  are both stopping at the Phair.  The number of men employed upon  street Avork has been reduced from V78 to  20. It is not likely that this force will  be increased during the summer. Archie  McDonald is foreman of the gang.  There are six applications for naturalization before the county court. 4^1?ive of  the applicants give" their resilience as  Nelson and the other conies from Nakusp.  The Nelson applicants are Charles - D.  Kennedy, Charles Quarnstrom, Pedro  Cherbo, John "W. Cowan and Raffaelo  Anicone, and the Nakusp man Charles  Ericksou.  Up till the hour of going to .presss this  morning the members of the local ball,  lacrosse and hose reel teams have not  changed their mind with respect to their  contemplated visit to New Denver on  May 24th. It is now likely that the Oddfellows' excursion will be run to New  Denver this year instead of Kaslo as  formerly.  A. G. McKenuey of Toronto" left Nelson  today for the coast, going via- the Canadian Pacific.  William BroAvn of Winnipeg has leased  the corner store of the opera house block  at the corner of Victoria and Ward  streets and will open out a stock of dry  goods and gent's furnishings  next week.  John R. Costigan, barrister of Greenwood arm-ed in Nelson last niglit en  route home from Victoria, Avhere he Avas  successful in passing the examination for  admission to the British. Columbia bar.  Mr. Costigan is contemplating removing  to Nelsou to practice his profession.  Masonic Officers Installed.  An installation of the Rossland chapter No. 122, Royal Arch Masons, took  place Tuesday, evening. The installing  officers were E. E. Chipman 61* Kaslo anil  'Dr. W. J, Quiiilan of Nelson. The fol-  loAving officers*Avere installed: G. A. Mitchell, ��� P. Z.;' Lee Coombs, P. H.; Ii B.  Jventy, P.,J.; Keith -LackeAY S. E.: John  S.' Chile, jr.,.-S. N.; William N." Duim,  treasurer: W.M. .Archibald, P. S.; James  Davidson, S;-S.; George Herring, J. S.; IL  J. Raymer, Past Z.     L   ,r . -. , ''  ARE YOU GOINuvf0"ATGDJ  OR DAWSON CITY?  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  PHAIR.  E. Nelson Fell, Athabasca  Mine  G. O. Muchannn, ICaslo  (J. A. Manlier, Spokane  .1. It. Co.stiguii, Cranbrook  J. K. 1'auporn, Nakusp  Itobl.llaiiiiiton, Vancouver  MADDEN  George McL. Bi'owii; Van-  cm ver  Arthur A. Young. Trail  K. It. Beer, i'o 'umb'u  F.   AV.   Clelland,   Lyceum  Tlioalru Co.  TiioO'Leary, Kossland  Kobon l'ollard, lialfoiir  Jolm Cochrane, l'e rolia  James Smith, Itevelsloke  SI. Clarke, Kaslo  SILA'KH  KING.  Kichardlluskin, Koyal Can- I William Davidson. Sandon  adian .Alino |  GHAND CKNTItAl..  It. D. McTavish, Creston  Al. Atari in. Creston  W. J. Alcl.ellan, Ainsworth  QUKKN'S.  Joseph   Mel.ellan,   Ainsworth  XV. A. AluUitin.  WinnipcK  Airs,   (/'aruy   and children,  Silverton  James Burns. Slocan City  J. S.  tlaiumoiid.  Hosstmi'K  W. It. I'oivitl, Kaslo  11U AIR.  A. Alarshall, Vancouver  J.   V.   Collom.    Wullesley,  Alass.  Al. AMjuillan, Toronto  Win. Urydson, Toronto  C. A. Steele, Victoria  Fred Koth, Vancouver  .1. A. Alassey, Vancouver  Al.I.eithand wife.Oakl.ake,  Alan.  W. W. Johnston, lto sland  MINING   RECORDS.  NHI.SOX MI.NM.N'fi   DIVISION���KKCOKt) OKKICK  AT  XKUSOX.  Wediiesiilay, April lilth.��� Transfers���An undivided one-  Ihird interest in the A'ictoria, situate on NeNou slope of  Six-mile creek ; Kobort Hrett to Joseph U. Thomp-on'of  f locau City; consideration SI. An undivided one-fourth  interest, i ��� the Alary Bell, situate on Six-mile eieik. and  n liii.lividcd one-fi ur h interest in tho Tena, iidjoininu  tho Alaiv Hell; W. 11. seaman to Louis K. Larsen, of  Nelson; consideration SI.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  The ball of the Nelson club Avhieh Avill  1)2 Kiven this evening will enable so oral of the ladies of  fashion in Nelson to show what exquisite costumes can  be secured in Nolson by patronizing the dress making department of F. Irvine & Co.  Jacob   Dover,  the jeAveler, -makes  an  announcement in today's TmnUNK that will astonish  you if you read'it.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  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  *&%T  Contractors  and Others  ;If s vou -are, .iCall -sand- geVnosted  ^o% ^th^W:hitjB"���fP^����iand^!^ukM:  -r^uJ^^whiBKf:|s^  ; :(^-'':M:0 ^^m&&:  ';... >��� *1.��".!.-�� '"��?��ffir����'^c.et%^s^,'-^o'��on' h- Oi.' - v  Who use picks', shovels, etc.,  should not fail to look at our.line  of goods, which for qualities and  material, cannot be beat.   .-���   ;  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:  Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE 00.  Will   be  found   in  their  new  premises  on   Baker Street  with  a complete "stock  of  HARDWARE  Shelf and  Heavy  Heavy  and Sheif  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  You will find it to your .idvantage to consult us  before placing your orders  Tiqsmithing and Plunthin.g' a Specialty  Estimates Cheerfully Furnisljed   -.-  Vancouver HaMwape Co., M  -Importors'of Shelf aiid Heavy Hardware?     '.- -  MAKA-& BARNARD BLOCK. BAKER.ST.. NKLSON  SNAPS TN HOUSES AND LOTS ,  ���   IN ALL PARTS OE THE CITY;     ���  "���n'"iww-.1^-"'if^:" ,,y:. yxy^.y '&"���** ���%.' ���&?".**���'  ���u "      nriu  u      n"   n-   nfl..^   o     ��Xjn   ' <8��    n'"       ���      ���       ��   u u   ^ n n   ****   ��Dn     "    Hn ** u      >  % LMNSTONEi  ,iJ|];sHi>W!lLlAMStI;..,  .'" Miries���"anndSliiiin:">J!Sul,Jj.ck"s ..    ��     ��� *G\i--tp*n-isu Broker  ," . vRlJA^;ES>ivyi$^^ D,., '  Nelson Tent and Awning Manufactory  ALL   -ETIiqr-DS   OIF  CMVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERMDAMs AND WINDOWiS  ALL S1S5KS OK TENTS IN STOCK  ���BaDir HtreQt, oiiposito posto,.eet Nelsoji  ?DE3IEO-  ^yC^^IDSOjtsT  *W, P. DliJESON  B. H. H. APPLBSWHAITB  Me Supply and  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  J. McPHBB  OUR MAMMOTH STOCK.QF  0 SHOES  EVERYTHiNG IN THE SHOE LINE  1  Oup Specialties;  Damon,  JRam Lai's  and   Shilling's   Best  Teas always on hand.    ;  - '  Chase& Sanborn pure iJava and Moeha  Coffees. J /.      " .    '- " - ' -:  ,    Christie-Brown and Paterson Biscuits;  Marmalades, Jams,�� etct^,   ������,     ������    ;������,���. .���.���*"������  -" ^.":��Paydie;6JIet'&i"���"P'ahSln^"��F^  Mushpooms!��,. :���    ��� ��� = ���    ���,-     ..   "-.. - '"*:���*.y ' y  ^M'ix^ed;G*r,Qce*pies:"jusi'in.JV   V "�� -   . '    ���   - "���'V*"  . ��  ���. 'T^oxaija'O^CJRqoker^ .'  A. tpl^o^de-R solicited. * Priees rigiht>  Telephone iO,  Box K & W,      Baker street West, Nelson  2(5 AND 28 WKST BAKKR STREET, NELSON  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Eells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 608. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  ���WHOLESALE   ^SlKTID  RETAIL  HZ-AJ-Y",    GKR_A_I35r,   PEEID,   ETC.  Write tor quotations on car lots.  iN-ELSOIT,   B- O.  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime on the market at  70 Cents per 10 0 Lbs  OALL   AND   INSPECT  ESTABLISHED 1879.  Twenty years old and still growing-.  parsoijs produce Qo.  WHOLESALE  PROVISION  MERCHANTS  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Rain Makes Mud!  Mud Makes Dirti  Dirt M��tk&$ Soap Necessary!  A necessary article i9 an articje .that ever*y housekeeper  should have, tha,$ article is  GILT BDBm SOAP  Because it does the work easier and is free from any injurious chemicals, theretoy ���fendering* it perfectly harmless to the softest hands, arid  warranted not to injure the finest fabric.   Only at  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, BAY OH NIGHT  BAKERY IN COl^NKCTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYE!)  ie.    STrraaR-sr,   eeopeietoe  GOAT RIVER LUMBER 00.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The West \ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, Manager  STEINWAY  All sizes p�� dimension timber and all kinds of lumber  out to order, mid sliijiped to Nelson in carload lots.  vV nlu for prices.  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.  & Go.  The Best on the Market  Just received a carload of the Lake of tlie Woods Milling Company's  celebrated Hungarian brands of Flour, which will be sold at the same  price as the  inferior  grades on the market.    Try it and  be  convinced.  ABT AM MUSIC CO., Nelson, Agents.  VANCOUVER���A, F. Ralph, Manager.  DAWSON CITY���A. a. Cuiininglmn, Manager.  ATLIN CITY-J. A. Fraser, Manager.  NELSON-P. J. Russell, Manager.  Stocks carried at Victoria, Rossland, Cranbrook, Greenwood and Revelstoke.  The largest handlers of Butter and Bggs In  the Canadian Northwest.  Family orders a specialty and free daily delivery  Mail and telephone orders promptly attended to  Baker Street West, opposite Oddfellows' �� look  JOHN A. IBVIM & CO.  Have just recoived a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIRE, Baker St. Nelson  The supply is limited, so call early and examino this stock.  SPECIAL ATTENTION  �����<s��sSSwS*s*fejn.��ffi��iftfcisi��*a55^

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