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Array FAST TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN  NELSON   AND   WINNIPEG.  T. A. Gregg, who for some months  has  been engaged in getting up a descriptive  publication, to be issued shortly, treating  of   the    attractions    and   resources   of  Alberta and eastern British  Columbia a  places  for  settlement,  and  also  for tin.- ��/v  the purpose of furthering   the  development of inter-provincial   trade, told The  Tin mine yesterday that it was  reported  along   the  line  of  the Crow's Nest Pass  railway that a daily mail and   passenger  train  service  would  be  inaugurated  in  about  a  mouth.     About  SOU men were  busily employed along the line in perfecting   the   roadbed   and   putting things in  shape for this traffic.    So far as we could  learn the intention is to run a  passenger  train through from Winnipeg to  Nelson,  reducing the running time between the  two  points  from  a  day  to a day and a  half  over  the  present  daily  service by  way  of   Revelstoke.     There will  be no  one-night  stands  on   the  journey as at  present.     Instead  of laying  over for a  night at   Cranbrook, passengers will be  carried   .through'   to Kootenay Landing  direct.      The      great      freight     trallic  which    the    road    has     known     since  taken     over     from     the     contractors  kept    back    the     work'    of     ballasting, but recently steam shovels have been  put at work on different sections of the  line and such defects  as 'resulted  from  settling are being rapidly remedied. Much  trouble has been met in the way of mudslides in the Purcell range, but the track  has been kept clear and  passable and as  soon as the  effects'-of  the  spring  thaw  pass aAvay there will be no more difficulty  of this kind, as the cuttings in which the  slides have occurred will be widened and  similar   occurrences   prevented    in   the  future.    As  the  now train  service Avill  furnish rapid.-transit from Winnipeg to  Nelson it is likely to attract the bulk of  the travel   into   Kootenay and,  Nelson  must benefit largely thereby.     The daily  mail service in itself "will be a great gain.  The   freight   schedules    applying    to  trallic  between  Alberta   and  Kootenay  .   Avhieh were issued about the first of the  year have been further modified  to meet  the requirements of and to encourage as  much as possible the increasing trade in  products   from   Alberta   westward, and  Alberta shippers are placed  in an advantageous   position   thereby.       Since   the  opening of the railway  the  demand  for  Alberta food stuffs and   products of the  farm in  British  Columbia  have  greatly  increased, and dealers and shippers as far  north   as  Edmonton   are  encouraged to  hope for a greatly expanded trade within  a few years.    There will be  less;thought'  of shipping beef* to Great Britain in the  future.       Some '.large' firms' of..- cattle'  , dcalcrs���suchas Gordon ��fc Ironsides, whose  - interests'" are   largely VM-mitoban,   may  -continue to? look -.across  the ocean  foi"  their market, but the mixed "farming class  of Alberta and thesmall'rancliors, finding  a near and   profitable ..market for their  stuff in southern British  Columbia may  be expected to do all they- can to  serve  tliat   market.    As it-is   this* trade has.  served to bring better'times than Alberta,  has known and British Columbia has had  the  advantage of comparatively cheap  supplies.    This has furnished  an  object  lesson   in   inter-provincial   trade   which  will not be without its effect in the east.  where these matter.^ ha ve been suffered  to rest in  abeyance while  agents   were  sent abroad to find "markets for products  which  could  have'  been profitably  disposed of at Uqme.  THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 27,  189!).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WBBfeLlf, $2.  LAST YEAR'S MISSIONARY WORK  IS   BEARING   FRUIT.  lnvS(@/-Zf/''ty fy  various eoiW/-i.  .���j��t.^*./nt. --slU'{UiCe companies. The  i- -.."which have obtained  legislation on u. i'erent occasions have  different powers of investment. Mr.  Fielding proposes to make the standard  of investment based ou the latest judg-  ment of the house upon the subject. The  bill will not take away any powers now  enjoyed by any of the companies, but  will increase the. powers of some of them.  ALL   CANADIAN   NEWS. ���  Special lo Tho Tribune.  The master builders of Toronto at a  meeting held yesterday decided to increase the wages of carpenters froni 18  to 21 cents per hour Lifter May 1st. This  will prevent the',threatened strike.  The Merchants' Bank of Canada has  declared'a.half-yearly dividend of 3-A- per  cent. The last half-yearly' dividend was  1 per cent.  The Hamburg-American liner Palatia  arrived at Halifax this afternoon from  Hamburg with over 500 immigrants.  St. Andrews' church, Toronto, has received word from Dr. VV. Robertson  Nicholl of London, England, that Dr.  Black of Birkenhead will probably accept  the call extended to him by St. Andrew's  congregation to fill the vacancy caused  by the departure of Rev. McCaughan to  Chicago.  The Toronto Mail and .'Empire says  that when Greenway goes to the polls on  the 21st of July he will doubtless get all  the help from Ottawa lie requires.  M. Abbe Dugas, cure of St. Henri d'Ar-  genteuil, has been appointed cure of St.  Boniface at the request of archbishop  LLingevin.  J. Iveraeh, D. D. A., a distinguished  Scottish professor of theology, arrived in  Winnipeg yesterday and will give a three  Aveeks' course of lectures in Manitoba  college.  The feature of the stock market at  Montreal yesterday was the continued  rise in Canadian Pacilic raihvay stock.  There were large transactions during the  day.  ALL ARE  INDISCREET EXCEPT  THE   GALLANT   DEWEY.  Fire Bugs at; Almonte.  Special to'Thc"Tribune;  Ottawa, April 20.���Joseph 'Cleroux oi  Almonte confessed last night thai Harry  =Atidjirson?^,ulik=^dealo���i',-=his=einplbyei',=  started tlie France and Wylie fires, AAiiich  occurred -there/ on Thursday and Saturday of last Week.' Anderson was arrested  a feAV minutes later,, and Avhen the xvav-.  riiut AVaS read: to him he fainted. He  denies the charge. Cleroux confessed to  chief Loav. He says Audei'son'S motiA're  was to secure old iroii and horse hides.  The East Against the West, as Usual.  t,    ' v ,.   SpcciiU to.The-Tribune. t "'   ...  Ottawa, April 2(3.���Mclnnes (Nanaimo)  moA-ed the second - reading of. a bill to  amend the Naturalization Act. L The pur-  pose.is to compel a liens-seeking naturalization.to appear in court, and if ^necessary submit to *an examination 'as to  qualifications. ; Under, existing laws, all  .that is necessary is the taking of an oath  before ii notary and'filing, these papers, hi  court. In British Columbia, the fishery  and placer mining rights are restricted to British subjects, and  a large number of '-Japanese and  Americans, desirous of engaging iii"these,  aro railroaded through naturalization.  Sir Louis Djivies said the bill might work  serious injury to incoming immigrants.  Por instance, the bill Avould require li  whole community to travel hundreds of  miles.to li court in order to secure natural-  ization. Sir Louis says there were complaints Avith-respect to British Columbia.,  but they were not sufficient to justify  such'.a, drastic measure.��������� He therefore  moA'Cil the adjournment of the debate,  Which "jvas1 agreed, to, 'iind the house ad-  joiirned Lit 1'0.$5 p'.m.  Rot.  > To be Instructed as They Should be.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa, April 2(3.-���Major Stone, royal  artillery, has been appoiiitod to the command of the Canadian; artillery under  general Button. He will receive $3200  salary aiid expenses froni England. Hut-  ton purposes bringing Out to Canada a  sergeant instructor of the famous Scots  Guards to impart 'instruction to the Ciina-  ���diaii permanent .corps mobilized here  next summer.         An Election Petition to be Proceeded With.  Special to.Tho Tribune. ? ��� - ./ ",.";.'. /'  Victoria, April 20.���The north riding  of East Kootenay election petition will  be proceeded Avitli, an order being made  this morning fixing May 31st as* the trial  date. The protest is based on the allegation that ..returning officer Griffith improperly refused to receive the nomination papers of Thomas Forrest, though  presented on time aud with the necessary  deposit.  An Insurance Bill'Introduced.  Social To the Tribune.  Ottaava, April 2(5.���In the house today  Fielding introduced a "bill to amend the  Insurance Act. The bill proposes to reduce the x-ate on reserves to 3| per cent,  the change to come into effect ou neAV  business after next January and on other  business after seA'en years. The bill also  makes a change Avith regard to powers of  Special to The Tribune.  Montreal, April 20.���Tlie story originating in ViMicoirver to the effect that  the Canadian Pacific wrts about to absorb  "the Great Northern railway system pro--  *voked a laugh from A'ice-president  ShaOghnessy today, when he Avas shoAvn  tlie dispatch. "Usual 'absurdity, of  course," was that official's comment.  NeArer Avas there, according to ��� Mr.  ShaUghneSsy, any foundation for the  statement that the Canadian Pacific railway aiid the government were negotiating in connection with a fast Atlantic  service,  A General Runs up Against a Colonel.  , Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa, April 20.���The trouble betAveen colonel Domville, M. P.,. and general Hutton, which has been going on  eArer since the general came here, has  reached a head. Yesterday general.Hut-  ton Avr.ote Domville telling him that he  avlis given leave of absence until his time  limit as colonel of a regiment AA'as up.  Colonel. Domville said he did not Want  the leave. General Hutton is said to  have- taken this course without any reference to the minister of militia. The  matter Avill likely come np iu the house.  No Chance to Revise Speeches.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottaava, April 2(5.-���The debates committee met this morning and appointed  Richardson (Lisgar) chairman. The matter of appointing a successor to Pelland,  the dismissed French translator, avlis left  to a special committee. It avlis decided  in. future that the queen's printer shall  furnish but one proof of a member's  speech, which "will obviate delay and prevent Avhat really'amounts- to a new  speech.  Associated Press.  Cincinnati,  April  2(5.���A letter writ-  ton by rear-admiral Kautz to his cousin,  Mrs. Charles Lindley of Cincinnati, has  just been public  by the  recipient.    Ifc is  dated March 23rd, and is in the easy Arein  of   a  relative's-private  correspondence.  In the letter he says:   "You  will  probably read a lot of stuff about me in  various  newspapers,  but 1  can  assure you  that I am all right and that 1 haA'e done  nothing that I nor  my friends need be  ashamed of, unless it is the making of a  king,  Avhieh  I  am  obliged  to do .today.  But lie is a A'ery inoffensive sort of a fel-  Ioav���a native 19 years of age. He wears a  French ''admiral's   cocked   hat,   but   no'  shoes or stockings or trousers.    Still, considering the horrid weather, he looks very ���  Avell in this climate; but I hardly think he;  would look.very'well on  Fourth  street,>  Cincinnati.    I  am not a king here, but  just plain boss of the ranch. The German  consul had*.that, position  up to myar-  rival,"but since then he has been a very  silent partner.    I am very much  afraid  he doesn't like me.    In fact I am  not at  all popular here with-the Germans, but  I am all light with the English,-and hope,  to pull through Avitli them.    I  have  no  doubt of being sustained by the government in "all I have done."  Washington, April 20.���The publication of admiral Kautz's,letter, referring to  his position at Samoa, caused absolute  consternation at the navy and state departments at the first reading, but there  avlis soon 'shown-a disposition to minimize  the affair because it Avas clearly "apparent  that the letter was nothing more than a  strictly private communication passing  betAveen the members of the same family.  Nevertheless, coming as it does so close  upon captain Coghlan's indiscretion, and  folloAving the publication of judge Chambers' letter to his brother, criticizing  the Germans in Samoa, the opinion was  held that admiral Kautz's letter could  not have other than a harmful effect  upon the relations between the United  States, and Germany. The Jetter was  brought to the attention of the president,'  and some sort of a.reminder maybe, sent  to Kautz to be more careful in his correspondence. In German official quarters'  the letter Avas not "treated very seriously,  and'there, avlis. no indication that = the  German:.authorities would take cognizance of it; The spirit of fun in the letter  appealed to -some, of the. diplomatic  offieiais, avIio laughed heartily , over  Kautz's description ofthe young king's  makeup, aud. this amusing "feature largely  offset any irritation which might hitve  been felt OA'er the criticisms contained  iu the letter. The impression prevailed,*  hoAvever,' that the navy department  probably Avould deal with the indiscretion   in   such a   Avay   as it  deserved.  The case of, captain Coghlan may be  considered as finally closed. The German  ambassador called at the White House  this afternoon and had a conference on  the subject with the president of such a  satisfactory nature, that the matter avlis  re"ga��rded as settled. The -president explained the 'Course the navy department  had tiikeiiL iii administering a 'reprimand  to captiuu Coghlan. It Avas also pointed  out that the officer's explanation of the  ih=cideiTt^tWtlti=tlnft'=illif  been much exaggerated,  PREDICTS THAT ANOTHER BLOODY  STRUGGLE   MUST   TAKE   PLACE.  had"  \Ttterances  On the part of  the ambassador there avlis every disposition to deal as lightly With the matter as  possible, and not to permit it to become  a source of friction. During the day the  navy department administered to captain Coghlan the reprimand' Avhieh had  been determined upon. This was in the  form Of a letter from secretary Long to  the officer. It is stated at the state de^  partmoiit that the Jotter Ayill not be  made public before the officer lias received it, and probably uot then.  Associated Press.  New York, April  2(5.���At   the New  Jersey annual conference of the African  Methodist church, Avhieh opened in Jersey  City today, bishop  Alexander  Walters,  D.D.,   bitterly   denounced    the   Georgia  iyncliings aiid made some startling 'assertions.    He said: " "It is generally_believed  by the fair-minded that if C. D. Hose did  kill Cranford, it was to avenge the killing  of five colored men by a mob said tohtiAre  been led by Crsmford at Palmetto, March  13th."   After referring to the -newspaper  statement that Hose did not outrage Mrs.  Cranford, the speaker continued:    "The  lynchings of kite have been severely con-  i demned by the jDress becjiuse they AA'ere  -not the outcome of the crime of rape, for  which   crime   lynching  is   usually condoned ;"��� both ���'���black-, and .'white .knowing  this, the people of that section Avho have  regard for the reputation of the south  raised the "race"  cry  in  orderVto  saAre  .���themselves''from everlasting" disgrace and  the   baser sort   to  justify. their  aAA'ful  crime.   Ere another fortnight shall pass  ; over our heads this subtle scheme Avill be  laid, bare to the  world."    This   is   the  ignis fatuus that is leading us  on  to another bloody struggle.    It is  the  southern Avhite man's subterfuge to satiate his  Implacable hatred for the  negro.    If the  '���"good .white people of the north,  disillu-  'sionised, do not put. a stop to this SAveep-  ;ing tide', qf-lawlessness, it AA'ill not be long  (before they "will be again called upon by  ;a God'-of justice to giAre their best blood  to pay the penalty of the  crimes of the  ;south.    The reality of our trouble is race  hatred.     Some years ago it-was thought  as the negro became intelligent and eul-  .tured this race prejudice .would disappear, but, alas, iii  some  sections of the  .'country it has only intensified  this feeling.    The   passage   of   "Jim  Crow"  car  Iliavs iu several. of the southern states,  the     disfranchisement   of   negroes    regardless     of     qualification,    the    shutting   of   them   from   the   hotels   and  restaurants and places of amusement are  all  manifestations  of race hatred.    We  are censured as a race for not exhibiting  -mainly qualities.   Wo are considered "impudent niggers," if Ave presume to assert  our manhood.     We are truly bctAAreen  the upper and, nether millstones.    I have  come to.the,conclusion that: nothing but  manliness and resistance  o:i tlier part of  ,the Afro-Americans themselves will stop  these   atrocities.       President McKinley  and the federal government have-, shown  themselves impotent to convict the murderers of federal oflicials.    The. gOA'ernors  of-certain states  in the south 'have  ac-.  knoAvledged their inability to protect the  colored  citizens.      In   the   name'of -almighty God, what are Ave to do but fight  and die?    We haA'e pledged 'ourseh'cs in  raceorganizationsand ecclesiastic councils  to do all. in  our  poAver  to improve the  ' morals of'our people, but avc are  forced  to confess that the example set us by the  Avhites of Palmetto is hot encouraging.  The Cubans and Filipinos, on  Avhoiri  Ave  have spent.sojnuch money  and  shed so  much-'Kloixl tpyirpe from Spanish oppression, were never treated  So baiifbarOiisly  in iinies of peace by that government lis  some negroes have been in the states of  Arkansas, Texas, North Carolina, South  dtrSl imTTiTTO^Georgia  condoning of the sin of slavery that led  to the loss of so much biood and treasure.  AVell did Thomas Jefferson say before  the conflict, in speaking of the injustice  of Avhites towards the blacks: 'I tremble  for the future of my country when I remember that God is just.' "  YMIR    MINING   AND    LOCAL   NEWS.  Special to The Tribune. ���  Ymir, April 20.���Another company has  been successfully formed in connection  Avith Ymir properties called the -Rossland:  Ymir Mining & Milling Company,''Limited, with a capital of $500,000 in.two  million shares of .25 cents'each.. The property is the Bruce group, situated on Jubilee mountain, and consists of the Bruce,  Cohrille, Canadian, Simcoe and Hope mineral claims. A very large ledgeis traceable through the 'property and assays  high values." As soon as-an engineer's  report can be obtained and the property  surveyed extensive development Avork  will be commenced. All those interested  in the group are pioneers of Ymir, and it  was through the instrumentality of Eugene Croteau of this toAvn that the deal  has gone through.  On the Great Western and Great Northern properties Avork-lias had. ta.be discontinued on account of too much water  OAving to the suoav rapidly melting. - On  the Elcho Avorkis being rapidly pushed  forward. Hank Noll and his brother are,  busy at the Spotted Horse getting out ore.  The Dundee is to start operations  shortly, us carpenters are-being employed  rectifying the recent loss by fire ivt the  shaft house. The hoisting plant Avas put  into good running-order last'week, so the  mine'and mill should be in good shape to  resume operations early in May.'  The AA'iitei'AA'orks company expect the  shipment of supplies for the installation  of the plant about  the  middle of May.  Quite a number of Ymir residents avIio  have been spending the winter elseAvhere  are returning. Frank Davey, M. E., left  today on a business trip to Republic. A  lot has been purchased on Oak street,  Avhieh lies on the east side of the Salmon  river, for residential purposes, and the  .order for the .building is already Lin��� the  hands of the-architect.' It lias been rain"-'  ing steadily all day, but the gretit consolation is that it*is tending to make the  suoav disappear fast. One case of .drunk  and- disorderly before A.  B.  BuckAvorth,  Last month the department of public  works   at   OttaAA'a   instructed   William  Henderson of Victoria, inspector of public   buildings for   British   Columbia,  to  proceed to Rossland and Nelson  and  secure, if possible, suitable sites for public  buildings and obtain data as to the  cost  of  labor and  building    materials.     Mr.  Henderson visited both  towns, and  left  Nelson for Victoria on Monday last. This  avou Id indicate that the missionary work  done by the delegates avIio Avent to OttaAva  last year, backed up by the unceasing efforts of Mr. Bostock, M. P., has borne fruit,  for Mr. Henderson's  instructions  bear a  date prior  to any action iu tho  matter  taken this year by either the board of trade  or the city council. While Mr. Henderson  did   not  secure a site  for the building,  sites  that  Avere  declared  suitable were  selected, and all  the  necessary data regarding prices of labor and material were  obtained from thoroughly  reliable  men.  The following sites, in the order named,  are alone deemed suitable, provided they  can be obtained at reasonable figures :  (1)  The Giffin lot,75 by 120feet,atthecorner of  Vernon and   Ward   streets.     (2)     The  Houston lot, 50 by 120 feet, at the corner  of Baker and Josephine streets.    (3) The  tAvo lots, 100 by 120 feet, at the southeast  corner of Vernon and Stanley streets. (4)  The lots, 871 by 120 feet, at the  northwest corner of Victoria and Ward streets.  All this goes to show that the government may make appropriations for pub-  lie buildings at Nelson aud Rossland this  year; but no appropriations Avill be made '  until  Mr.   Henderson makes his report.  The regular estimates haA'e been brought  doAvn in the house, but there is nothing  for public buildings in British Columbia,  except for a drill shed at Vancouver.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  J.' P., received fourteen days iu Yniir gaol.  SLOCAN   CITY- LOCALS. -  ; Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Brandon have just  returned from Guelph, Ontario, Avhere  t*hey haA'e beeirspending the Avinter.  ".   J  ThePaystreakis undergoing a thorough  examination today by tlie iigeiit-of,-a  Rossland'company with a view tof pur?'  chase. Hillman and. Blench, the owners,  are A'ery much pleased with the assays  taken, Avhieh sIioav largo-values  in gold.  Later reports confirm the statement"of  a feAV days since that four feet of silver  lead ore has been cut dn the Black Prince,  Avhieh adjoins tlie Two Friends mine.  It   is   rather  Pugilists Remanded for Murder.  Assdoiatod Press.  PittsisUku, April 20.���The coroner today began the inquest into the death of  Kid Lavelle, tlie colored pugilist whoAvas  knocked out by John Cavanaugh in a  fight on Friday night last, and who died  from the effects of blood 6l0t on the  brain. After hearing seA'eral Avitnesses,  the coroner adjourned the case until  Friday, and remanded Cavanaugh, Mason,  Moselqy, Henry, Kennedy, KerAvin and  Coats to jail On the change of murder.  Baseball Scores.  Associated Press.  Boston 9, Philadelphia 3.  Cincinnati 10, Cleveland 5.  Baltimore 3, Brooklyn 5.  Louisville 3, Pittsburg 7.  St. Louis 6, Chicago 7.  '  The Price of the Metals.  Associated Press.  New York, April 20.���Bar silver 01c.  Mexican dollars *J8]c. Silver certificates  (52 @ 02ic. Copper closed in London���  spot ��77 17s 0d, futures ��70 17s (id.  Market firm. Sales-r- spot 300 tons, futures  050 tons.  amusing to intelligent Afro-Americans  to read in the dailies and Weeklies of our  (sountry, of the Americans giving to the  Cubans and Filipinos an equitable and  beneficial government, When they are  powerless to even: secure life and liberty  to their citizens at home,  "The .'greatest problem of America  today is not the eurrene$r question,  not tlieir colonial possessions, but bow  to avoid t|ie racial Avar .at home. You  cannot forever keep the negro out of his  rights. Slavery made a coward of him  for 250 years. He Avas taught to fear the  White mail. But he is rapidly emerging  from such slavish fear;, and before long  will contend, for his rights us bravely as  any other man. Oiie or two things must  be done in order to avoid trouble,. The  negro must be treated fairly or furnished  Avith sufficient money to return to the  land from Avhence his ancestors AA'ere  stolen. It Avould be a burning shame on  the boasted christian civilization of America to be obliged to confess before the  nations of the Avorld that, she -was. unable  to overcome- her prejudice against the  negro, and therefore- expatriated him.  The first suggestion, that of fair play, is  a just one, and if those in '.authority and  the press and pulpit Avould cease to cater to  prejudice, but speak out boldly for equal  justice for all American citizens, this  could easily be accomplished. Those  avIio speak liippantly of our extermination Avill find that Avhen the Avork is begun all the AA'hite people of America will  not be against the negro any more than  they A\*ere during the civil'Avar. Why  Avill not the intelligent and far-seeing  Avhite people call a halt to these injustices before it is too late? Have they so  soon forgotten the history of the past?  It was the policy of conciliation   and the  The C. P. R. Contract  Let.  The contract for the work of straight^  eniUg out the Columbia ��fc Kbofenay rail-  way betWeeii Nelson aiid Robsoji, hits  he<5n. let to #. \c. TleVney & Co," of Neisoii.  The Trihu^e is in a position to- State  ihat_Av.orJc���AvilLbegtu^a.t^6uco,atnd=Ahe^  contractors, expect to have 200 meu working inside tAvo AVCeks. The greatest portion of this Av'oi'k is solid rock, of cuts  from iptty to fifty feet high, and aviII re-  quii'e great care to preA-ent the destruction of, trestle*8 that in Several places' are  alongside the cuts. Mr. Tierhey has associated Avith iiim in this wOi'k A. Me-  , Pha-'ilj who has the I'Oputa-tiOii of being  one of the best rOck-men iii British Coin nibiii. This contract will be a benefit  to all Nelson merchants, as tlie contractors assure us that al J material a nil supplies will be purchased from the .merchants of Nelson,  A Japanese Training Ship at Victoria.  Associated Press*.  Victoria, April 20.���The lliyci, d?  training ship of the Japanese navy, is  here, and the fifty-two cadets aboard of  her aive experiencing tlieir first trip to  America. From here she Avill go to  Seattle, thence to San Francisco. The  Hiyei still bears the charred timbers to  .show Avhere the shells from the Chinese  ship Pingiang exploded in her wardroom  Avith such disastrous results. This is her  second A'Oyage to this port, she having  been here tAvo summers 'ago',"when her  visit avlis made the occasion of k number  of celebrations. She caiile then all un-  unnoticed as she does iioav. The local  Japanese colon}** is already planning a  series of elaborate affairs for the officers.  The Nelson Furniture Company received ii carload of furniture  yesterday.  The public AA'orks committee of the  city council Avill meet today, when the  contract for seAA'er construction Avill be  let, and seA'eral other matters disposed  of Avhieh Avere referred to the committee  by the couucil.  The firemen had a practice in the use  of the neAAr Babcock fire extinguishers  last evening. The extinguishers were  found to Avork Avell, halfcthe contents of  one extinguisher being found sufficient  to put out a large bonfire in front of the  fire hall.  -. The social giAren under the auspices of  the Ladies Aid Society of the Catholic  church in the Queen's hotel last evening  was attended by upAvards of 200 people,  and a A'ery,enjoyable eArening avus spent. .  The ladies avIio Kail the conduct of the  affair in haud were mesdames S. White,  "J. LaPointe, T. J. Scanlan, J. Sturgeon*  T. Madden, J. McMartin, E. C. Clarke and  Arcliambault and Miss N. O'Reilly. The,  proceeds of the 'entertainment will be  applied to the ��� furnishing of the new  church. - -  E John -Regan has- been oVer in Idaho  looking at mining properties, but found  nothing that he considered first-class. He  says thakreports from tlie Buffalo Hump  countryHre not encouraging. -  ' By an advertisement that appears on'  this-page, it Avill-be seen that the -people  of Silverton Avill celebrate the 21th of  May, and that they have gone down in  tlieir pockets liberally' for prize" money."  Nothing like pluck-and tenacity; even in  celebrating the birthday of our queen.  Court Kootenay, No. 3138, I. O. F. will  be represented at the dedicatory services  in connection Avith Fraternity hall by the  following members of the court: F. W.  Swannell, John Hipperson, .J. E. Amiable,  ^Vi-5rSITaw,~r."XXliambers, J. Shaw, J.  A- Irving, 11- M. Vincent, VV. J, Murphy,  G, Patterson, A, J>ei;Iaud,VandF; II, Strong*  There was a mix-op at a ftaikei- street  hotel this morning between A rtiiniugihnii  and a hotel manager, in Which a dismissed gOvernine-nt' official took itliaiKh  Tlie mining niaji aiid the dismissed official  did not get any the best Oi it.  Van  Sloane Unplaced.  Associated Press.  London', April 20.���A three-year-old  welter handicap of four hundred sovereigns aviis avou by Bonner's Light Comedy. Jolly Tar, oAvned by lord William  Beresford and ridden by Sloane, aviis unplaced. Lord Earnest AA'as second, and  My Boy third.    Thirteen horses ran.  Hprtie in San Fraiicisco.  Associated -Press,  Sa;x Francisco, Appil 2(}.^Sir William'  G, Van Borne, president of the CaluUJian  Pacific Kail way Coih pa ny, has arrived  here from Mjontroal. It is understood  that he is on a pleasure tripj though  While on the eoaSt lie will look after tl.ii!  interest of his road. With liim -are  William D. Mathews, a director of the  Canadian Pacific; the Hon. ll. M. Wells,  counsel, aiid Di-. J. P. Roddick, consulting  surgeon of the company.  Hands Across the Sea,  Associated Press.  Chicago, April 25.^-Moyof Carter Harrison received tho following cablegram  today relating to the establishment of  local government in Ireland, in accordance Avith a recent act of parliament:  "Local government happily established,  Ireland waits your message on her march  to home rule. (Signed) Editor Irish-  Independent, Dublin." The reply of the  mayor was: "Rejoice in Ireland's  triumph ; full freedom must folloAV."  Searching for Truth.  While the tired conscience of William  Wallace Burns Mclnnes, M. P., was  snatching a wink of sleep, the Boy Orator of Nanaimo Avas able to get in a vote  against any further search for truth in  the Yukon 2  i-  Si  . 'i  ������i\  ><  ��������*!!  ���''v  ���*';  r;.i;.  *.; it  ���/i  :'i  e i  ���V..  -n      rf'r  OL*f  \              *   *!  'rfnD  o5^i:  '*"���   ��  >|#  'u ��������� &  nH]fln  .    *-&*  ^��  ���1?  f  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B: C, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899.  Special  Dress Goods Sale!  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.  Garden Tools  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware Go  Baker Street, Nelson.  Sweaters  getting  We have succeeded tins season in  DERWEAR for spring and summer wear  on the market. Balbriggans at all prices  admired by all and acknowledged. to be  get prices.  See these goods and  the  FRENCH   HEALTH UN-  This is the finest and: best made  Our silk   and avooI  sAveaters are  the   finest   yet   shown in   Nelson.  not take kindly to the advice. When'the  minister of militia Avas told that there  was no neecLpi' troops in that country) a  leading Ontario Liberal member of parliament Avas present, and remarked after  the minister had left, "that is the kind of  " talk that ministers do not like to hear,  " but it is the kind of talk they should  " heai1 more often." The trouble is, there  are too few members of parliament independent enough to tell ministers Avhat  they believe, for fear of offending them.  Tiirc Tribune's efforts to give the local  and mining hcavs of the Sloean and Ymir  districts first handed is being appreciated, judging from the AA'tiy subscriptions are rolling in. The Tribune Avill  soon have as many subscribers in the  Slocan as all the other provincial papers  combined.  What sort of plans h.iAre been submitted to the council on Avhieh to base  an expenditure of $5000 for additions to  the present city buildings? Are they  of the same kind as have been submitted  for. the expenditure of $30,000 for the  Avaterworks extension?  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  m  '���C=).C3.C3. l^>.&.l3. (=>.i=3.��3.  ��ZjL^^^^^<^^��^e22.e*-e*-��L  ^S^-S^-S^-S^S^^e^^^^Sr  &&;&>&&&  MEN'S  HATS  Fred Irvine  MEN'S  CHILDREN'S  AND LADIES'  BOOTS  AND SHOES  B  HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR SPRING IMPORTATION OF  m  Portieres and Lace Curtains  m  m  Sign of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR  MAILS   WILL   CLOSE   AT  ON  NELSON  24th,    1899,  AND   AFTER    MONDAY,   APRIL  AS   EOLLOAA'S:     .  For  Kuskonook,  Creston,   Moyie,  Cranbrook. .  Fort Steele, Fernie, and all points on Crow's  Nest Pass raihvay on Sundays, Tuesdays and  Thursdays at ......-....;..... .;.....' 8:00 a.m.  For Slocan City, Silverton, New Denver, Rose-  bciy, Alamo, Three Forks and Sandon, at.... .8:30 a.m.  For all points on Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway, Rossland. Spokane, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, and ail points in the United States  and Eastern Canada at 8:4.5 a.m.  For Kokanee, Balfour, Pilot liny, Ainsworth,  .mdlCasloat 1:00 p.m.  For Robson, Trail, Rossland, Nakusp, Revelstoke, Vancouver, Winnipeg, and all points  east and west on the Canadian Pacific railway at 0:00 p.m.  OFFICE HOURS.  Thepostofllee is open froni 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. every flay.  The general delivery wickets are open from 8 a.m. till 8  p.m. every day except Sundays. The.registration-wicket  is open from 8:110 a.m. till 7 p.m. The money order and  savings bank wicket is- open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m..  .,=.,.  J. A. GILKKRi-Postmastor..-.  ��to f&x\bmxz+  Dail-v Edition   Weekly Edition.   '.}.-Fihst-Year,"Nq. 07  ...'. Seventh Ykak, No. 23  THE DAILY TRIBUNE is published-- every morning  (except'Monday), and-will be mailed.to subscribers  in Canada or the United- States for 55 a year, and to  subscribers in Great Britain for ��S "a.year; or' it Avill  be delivered to subscribers in-.Nelson for" 25 cents a  week, ��1 a month, ��2.50 for three months, "Jo1 for six  months, or ��10 for one year." Payable in advance.'  THE AVKEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will bo mailed to subscribers  anywhere for $2 a year, payable in advance.'"-,  REGULAR ADVERTISEMENTS^printed in,both.the'  -   daily and weekly editions for^$4 peFJiicli perShonthV^  LOCAL OR READIN&>MATTER NbTICESw25 cenM*aV  lino for each insertion*!. ��� ��� ���      V    V'Vv   ,,  ���  JOB PRINTING at;fairfates."V AccountsW'jbb priiitV  ing and advcrtisingi-are* payable.on th~e;flrst��of everyV  month. = Address���=��" .""VV" ���**"-. "u=*'-'��u��:���� "*������" ������>  g.THEf'TRIB-UJSTE, -Nelsqn|^a|Gu^. :,  There is no i*eastfi*i "}vliy" ai>miiic$a  should not operateiXiblie. ntilities :as:4tic-'  ecssfally jis tlie utilities are operated l~>y  private companies.    There is .no reason  why a eity that OAvns its water aiidJiglit   systems should-ijofc���ba-glutted1���inL_th&irV  oi*>ei'ation by the  methods  that  private  companies ima-c   found tp AA'Ork to the  best  advantage.     Were the .water and  light systems in NelsoU operated by private, companies, Would  the changes Uoav  contemplated by the city be made?   Not  unless the companies Avere managed by  imbeciles.      The   city   engineer   in    his  report to the eoinicil says that last winter  there was not more than .'30.0.000  gallons  of Avater flowing through the Anderson  creek fluine in twenty-tour- hours; but he  d'oeS not say how  Uiuch   of  that water  was    ���actually     vised     by     cOnsumei's.  Will the city  engineer  give the  council  aji estimate of tlie A\*ator that Was wasted  in Nelson last winter because of imperfect  plumbing  in  dwelling  houses   and  stores?     When   Ave   say  imperfect   we  mean  connection's*:that AA'ere not frostproof.    It is safe to say that one-half of  tlie total connections in tiie tcrn-ii were  imperfect last Avinter, and  it is also safe  to  say that  no steps .have since   been  taken to make them perfect.    The city  engineer does not tell the council hoAAr  much A\'ater was lost between Andei'sbn  creek and the reservoir through  leakage  in the flume.    Were the city engineer to  make a report on these  points, he, eAren,  might   be   convinced   that  the   present  supply     is     ample    i'or     the    requirements of a town of 5000 inhabitants.   By  the way, the assessment  for the current  year has  been   made.    Has the  assessor  t.iken tbe census that  he is  required to.  take wider the Municipal Clauses Act ?  Or has it been taken and been suppressed, in order that the city engineer's  estimates shall make the required show.-'  ing so as to delude the people into voting  that $30,000?  "Pete" Wilson's opinion on the legality of the Arote by Avhieh tbe city's bank  account was sought to be changed from the  Bank of Montreal to the Merchants Bank  , has been reArersed by the Miner in a  labored editorial, Avritten, eA'idently, by  the solicitor of the Merchants Bank, Avho  happens to be financially interested in the  Miner. "Pete's" opinion is spread oh theinin-'  utebook of the cbuhcilandholds good,not-  Avithstanding the vapid vaporings of our  esteemed .morning.contemporary.  Canada's standing army is to be Avith-  drhwh from the= Yukon. It should hot  have been sent there..'There Avas no need  for troops.in the Yukon,;as the -mounted'  police were doing alltho work that Avould  be required of.,troopsj=and .doing it much  better. The minister of militia was told  so before the troops left Ottawa,, but did  INCORPORATED 1670.  Have You  a Sweet  Tooth?  ��  w  id  White Muslin Curtains with frilled edge; Aplique Curtains in cream  and white, which for richness and durability cannot be equalled; Nottingham Lace Curtains in pretty designs and colorings of ecru and  white; Colored Coin Spot Muslins for door, sash and window curtains;  White Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots.  CHENILLE   AND  TAPESTRY PORTIERES  Scroll designs in Tapestry and Chenille, also ir] plain colorings, goods tljat are  moderate in price, arjd something tfjat will give the best of satisfaction  B  fa  fa  fa  B  fa  fa  fa  B  fa  fa  YELYET   TABLE   COYEES  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 trimmings, all complete, for 50 cents. MAY DELINEATOR NOW IN  ipso -  COME  AND  SEE  OUR  ASSORTMENT  OK  Christie's  Irvine  Co.  ^  VICTOEIA   BLOOKI,   B^-EZE-R   STREET,: 3STELS03ST,   *B. C-  m  ^'  n   ^=0   "B ^"n   ��'   ^D ���* "  1.\jtfs 4ftfe;Np^ AbWERTISING '���'  Tlila  season, it   is  hot' necessary, everybody            :knpws^that-our=^^���       ���-==  Stock is  and Prices Lower  Than Other Dealers.  Sportsmen  want  the  best  set It, at  and   can  always  Thomson's Stationery Co., ffi  ^ JSrELSOXT.,   B- C-   If you need a  PIANO  ORGAN  VIOEIN  GUITAR  MANDOLIN  BANJO  AUTOHARP  ACCORDEON  YIOLIN BOW  STRINGS  or MUSIC  Call at our Store and we "will do the rest.'  OVER FORTY VARIETIES  CHOICE AND FRESH  &  8 \yti$ ^kQv,uS^o^f��mp^a>npip4  AND  SpLB BBING  WITHv IT  ���A CBMAND  F.OB     '  T  FOB, GENTS* WEAR  Charles A. Waterman &= Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTlbNEERS  BEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  ���-���������--.   - BaKen.Sltreet, Nq(spn���.    in  ^Fil{S!E .DOOR "AVES,T1BXNKJ?B:J p. WVUpltidtfl  Mining'Shares,  2500 A^ar^Olpjidf  1000 Bryan and Sewoll  io:jqop*��ijlt'tie' Cariboo  ,��3"566"iPodied; Dundee  IT DONT PAY  j    - 'i'O S10ND KAST.-VOH CLOTIIKS   = -  ANTc wihli lo.inl'onn (.lie Kcntlcincirof NoIkom Hint we have  -opened" up" a strictly; llrst-cliiss "Uiiloi'intf cstnbliKhmciil-  in the store, formerly'occupied' by Kmpry & AVullcy.  .Our hloek-comprises all the Idlest pal terns in" imported  tweeds and worsteds, and. for the,month of. April .-we  will!sell at greatly reduced-prices jj, order.t6:introducc  our-siiperior style and workmanship. No fit no pay, and  satisfaction guaranteed.-  oJ'J     p. "^Pfl     "        Bo ."IT -^" D,uo-"* ,*/,..   o .      ". . Ha.  ^opp'tTtica1  500 "AthaDasea  1000 PtfpledT'aniarae  CAtL ANfi SEE JMf FOR SNA|��S  Turner & B'occkh block, Nclsdiii B. C.  D* J,  GENERAL  BROKER.  They are all the rage  this summer  and we are getting r  for the rush  COME AND  SEE   OUR  LINES  NOW ON DISPLAY  A 7-ROOM HOUSE TO LET  A  4-ROOM BOtrBE TO LET  FOR SALE  A 2-!o.t corner...  A S.rooni hotise.  ... mm  Ho(iscs and lots in all parts of the city,  MONKY TO LOAN INSUitANCSK  & Harsfiaw  -DRAYING and  EXPRESS   v; '  V Bus;meets* all. trains and boats.  Special  attention ' given -.the   trans---  feof baggage^^^Offke^and s^ables^  .Xabune office.^^eleDhonevNt). 3s..-  AVe liavo a fine assortment of woole'n��;aFv;ays}  oii liaiid.   Goods- niiulo, up "at the sliorJeBj,' pos-  ilb notice.; As e very tliingis kept aiid, niad'c  fiible  pi�� the prchlises, satisfaccibn is assured.  H, M. YIHCIIT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  LIMITED.  ;   Comer Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson;  <fe^Ciir\n Will buy 24 horses, 12 wafirons, 2  <p<J>U\J\J wagonettes* 1 touggy, 10 sets of  sleighs, and a complete outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc., and a going business of  $30,000 a year.  Terms.  djQfir^l-^ Will buy two lots and imprbve-  <powu ments on north side of Vernon  street, between Ward and Josephine streets.  Terms.  <fezL��=inri Will buy 80 by 120 feet on the  ��p**CJV/**J* SOuth side of Baker street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets.   Cash.  <b4 r\ ClClCk Will buy 50 by 120 feet on the  ���PAVrj^/^^v^  northeast corner of Baker and  Josephine streets.  P. O. Box 67  Cash-   JOHN HOUSTON,  Vernon street, Nelson  PEOFESSIONAL   CAEDS.  H.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Assayer.  Victoria street, Nelson.  A.  EAVART & CARUIB���Architects.   Rooms 7 and8 Aberdeen block, Uaker street, Nelson.  H   CANE���Architect nnd artist.  ���   next door to Nelsou library.  Brokenhili   Block,  Those desiring residential lots should purchase  them at once before the advanco which will follow the commencement of work upon the tramway.  Addition A and Hume Addition Properly  on, easy -term,s.  Gamble & O'rjeilly, Agents  A Business Chance  The undersigned will sell the following real estate  and personal property at a bargain:  Nine-room house and ten lots set out in orchard  Pour-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.  -w"_A_:e-:D BEOS.  REAL ESTATE AGENTS, West Baker St.. Nelsou  If you want a natty, stylish,suit of clothes for  spring aiid suminci'i I liave,ov*or fl(K) dijl'err  eitt patterns of Scbteli and English tweeds,  which 1 will milke tp yciur order at- tlie low  price of ��.,..."ji2o  J'luck venetiiuis innko a nice suit for summer wear at ....��.,...,...,.. .1L... .821  liliick serge fjuiLs in sack or morning coat.. $21  A heavy  Scotch  tweed,   nice  patterns,  for  business suit............ ..���'����������� ���$"*  Trousers at equally lo\y priceA, Kit and finish  no better in Canada. Ladies'iiuo tailoring a  specialty.   Clement block, linker street.  Steven,s, Trje Tailor  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lag'ep Beer,  Ale and Porter.  (SENEFmt ^E^IVIS^EP^  AGENTS EOR  tfie��Imperial flil Co.   Standard Oil Co.  ^_ _WashLn^tfn^Brjck^andI:LirrjB_C6.   y__  The H. W. IVgcNieill Co., Ltd., Canadian Ai]tlira-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers lr|  STOVEWOOD  BBITISH COLUMBIA POTTERY CO., Mil  MAXUKACTUHKKS OF  PllESSED BRICKS     EIRE BRICKS      FIRE CLAY  yiTRIKIEl^SALT GliAZEl) SEWER PIPES  pTefe\dt^eartrade.     Brewery at Nelson.  TENDERS   WANTED  FOR   REAL   ESTATE.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12  o'clock noon on Monday, May 1st, 1899, for the purchase  of the following described real estate situate in Nelson:  Lots 7 aiid 8 Block 10 and improvements (the Silver  King Hotel), together with furniture and fixtures in the  building.  Terms cash. Tho highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. CAROLINE THELIN,  Administratrix estate John Johnson, deceased.  Nelson, B.C., April 10th. 1899.  r AH; kinds of sanitary fittings, agricultural drain tile,,  flower pots*, terra cotta, chimney pipe and fijtc lining,  chimney tops, fire brick, fire clay. all'ki'i)d(i of flro Clay  gqodsf assayers'furnacCH etc., made to order.  Ornamental   Garden  Border Tiles,  Vases,  Etc.  Cement, plaster of pnris, lime, and all kinds of  ornamental plaster work.  INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITED  FOE   SALE.  OR SALE���A teaming outfit consisting of one team,  wagon and harness. AVill be sold cheap for cash.  Reason for telling, ownor has mineral claims lo look  after. Apply. to J. V. Jacobson, feed merchant, Vernon  street, Nelson, B. C.      *  F  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  Nelson Iron Works  MANUFACTUBERS OF  ENGINES, BOILERS. SHAFTIN&, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.      P. 0. Box 173.  .i? ofe  THE  TRIBUTE:  NELSOK, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899.  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up.     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND  MT. ROYAL, President  'Ion. GEO. A. DRUMMOND, Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON Qoneral Manager  isr*E3Lsoisr bban*oh  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       I1KANCIIRR IN       LONDON  (England).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in l.lio principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on, District.  J?ny and sell Sterling Exchange and Cablo Transfers  GUANT COMMKKCIAL AND TKAVKI.f.KltS' CKKDITfl,  available in any part of tlio world,  DRAFTS I8SOF.D    COW.KCTIONS MADE; KTC,  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OE INTEREST PAID  THE   WOKRY   THAT   KILLS.  "Worry' kills," says a great specialist  in brain' diseases, "as surely as ever gun  or dagger did.". This, it is claimed, has  beeii established beyond doubt by the  i investigations of ueurlogists. We all  know that "worry embitters life to such  an extent as to rentier the final blow  often merciful, but few men or Avomen  know how much ib lies within themselves  to keep down and vanquish this foe to  life and happiness.  I never hear a woman declare that site  Avorries constantly���and how often I hear  it ���Avithout a desire to exhort her to get  rid of a vicious and dangerous habit at  once. Kor worry, be its excuse Avhat you  ���will, is largely a, mental habit which can  be controlled very materially, by the exercise of constant 'vigilance and strong  Avill power, when one has learned how to  fight this hidden but deadly enemy.  "But some must worry," said tlie careful Martha, Avhen 1 said something like  this to her the other day. "If you don't  worry some one else Avill have to worry  for you. It is the same as the people  who toil not nor spin. Some one has to  toil or spin or is toiling and spinning for  them iioav."  "No," I. argued, "it is not the same as  work this Avorrying. There is nothing so  good as work in all the world, for men  and for avoiiicu, and 1 pity those avIio  have it all done for them, but there is no  excuse for Avorry."    =  By worry J do not mean���no ono means  ���thought and care for one's own affairs  .and the good and Avell being <)f" others.,  c.rTIiere is a time, though, when- such  thoughts degenerate, into'worry." When  |- you have given- undivided attention to  thebusiness or care which belongs to you  for a reasonable time; when you* have  turned a matter over and looked,at it on  all sides, and your mind is decided or-un-'  decided what to tliink or =do, and when  the' same thoughts,, suggestions and  images constantly reappear, without any  neAV light" or increased understanding,  worry Juts begunj and then and there  must be put down with a strong-hand.  #that .jJj.ean:asleaail^itorinent���oii^*'Ovei('"jJli,e  ^sinaiisthiif^^  rwRli4riSliIiiigs��&f(- "seryaiTM 'yilip^cpm lVitSii ���  , ^ault&oFcluld^^  'y'u too," smiilT " tyoy, \ Vf0���". Ayprih"\.a" ^ipxneui'k  /" thought," . ]3jp(jii nl'ihjtl'f. "��iidt*V ���blessed by  VTedu,cati;on ��riid'- uaturaj ��� d'dptfi: .-Av^ith "rev;  "isbiirces beyond the passing'moment, and  fjfot provided "vvitli activities wjiicli ca^i  -engage the" ltttentooii? tlie worry  habit  tasks ; Avhat then '���**  Why,  then  my  especial   prescription  comes in.  You can feel the cloud of Avorry coming, can't you? If you are where you can  sin, stay at home, about your work, sing  all the old hymns and line, inspiring  songs you know. Sing them word for  word, verse after verso, carefully fixing  your mind upon each word, bustling  about your task as you sing. The Avorry  can't come. It will keep oil' Avhile you  chant and sing and hum. There' Avas  something in that old expression about  whistling to keep tlie courage up. But  if you can't sing, for reasons of your own  or out of regard to somebody else���save  the mark���never mind.  Select some restful poem and learn it  by heart. When the black Avings of  worry begin to loom over you repeat to  yourself your poem, fixing your mind on  it8as you go. Repeat it over and over  again. By and by the Avorry will be  gone. It will got so after awhile that  involuntarily, just by association, the  two will go together, just as the antidote  grows in nature near the pbisouous  shrub, and you will iind, some time, having unconsciousness let the Avorry get at  your mind, your poem going along there  too, quietly and persistently, until your  attention takes hold of it, and then you  are saved for that time. And don't forget the long walk every day, or the out-  of-door play of some kind, no matter  Avhat the weather is.  Worry must be fought with coolness,  firmness and determination. Whenever  it comes it must find something else in  the place it seeks to hold. AVhile you  are among cheery friends or busy at  avork it stays away. Let it find your  mind filled Avith healthful thoughts or  compelling occupations when you are  alone. Let there be no compromise Avith  the enemy day or night and you Avill see  it leave you at last, a discouraged old  fagged-out failure of a worry.  Great .Man "From Maine.  Toronto Telegram. -  .One of the two really great- men of tho  United States is withdrawn from-politics  by Thomas B. Reed's resolve, to devote  the remaining years of his life to the  praotice^of the law in New York city.- A  great and holiest- partisan is Mr. Reed',  and the Republican party Avill not soon  findjiis equal as it leader iii .the house of  representatives. Ifis not, too much to  say that .Thomas Brackett Reed is the  greatost-of all the men from Maine. The  narrow  tariff, specialist^ -Dingley, never  approached the intellectual stature of  Mr. Reed. Nor did James G. Blaine Avith  all his magnetism surpass Mr. Reed.  There AA'as once a Reed boom, and the  speaker was ambitious to be president.  The craze for McKinley snuff ed,Reed out.  His contempt for the mediocrity of the  man in the White House has never been  disguised, and he Avill add one more to  the really great Americans Avho have carried away a sore heart from their vain  pursuit of the presidency of the United  States.  LUMBER  SHINGLES  EARLY. CLOSING  NOTICE.  All  kinds  In  stock  SASH  DOORS  You can save money  by purchasing your  lumber fron] me  AVe. tbe undersigned retail merchants of (he cily of  Nelson, hereby agree to close our respective places of  business at seven o'clock each evening, except !-'aturday  nights and tho nights proceeding statutory and civic  holiday s. and also to keep our plaees of business closed  on Sundays and on al legal holidays. This agreement  to take effect from May 1st, 1899.  P. BURN'S & CO  WKST KOOTKNAY  BUTCHER CO  .1. A. GIl.KKIi  (i. O. ROSS  II. N. HKNDRICKSON  J. V. WKIR  1>. iAloARTHUR & CO  J. J. WALK Kit  l''RED J. SQUIRE  A. KERLANI) & GO  NELSON FURNITURE CO  OEO. F. MOTION  F. H". COVERING  J'ATKNAUDK BROS  A. G. SHAW  HYPE. TITSWORTH & CO  THEO. *MAi).SON  EREI) IRVINE & CO  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO  EMORY & WALLEY  WALLACE & MILLER  H. M. VINCENT  .1. A. IRVING & CO  KIRKPATRICK & AVILSON  M. IHCSHKISAY & CO  MORRISON & CALDWELL  LILLIE BROS  '  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  / NEELANHS SHOE EMPORIUM  J. R. WRAY  T. J. SCANLAX  HUDSON'S BAY CO  JACOB DOVER  The Tremont Hotel  m*  ���^���(=>.  m-f  m<  m  B  VALUES  %  w  We have just placed in stock a splendid assortment of ladies'Whitewear,  which we are selling at prices that defy competition.  <��  LADIES' NICHT DRESSES  LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES  I LADIES' WIGHT DRESSES  I LAPJEJlINDERSKIRTS  | LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS  ;. LADIES' CHEMISE  Nicely trimmed,  each.  at 00 cents. .$1, and $1.25  W  M  $&  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'  each.  idery    trimmed,    all    sizes,   at    $1.50  Trimmed  $2 each.  Avith  torchon   lace,  at  $1.75  and  ffl.  Ml  Extra  quality  cambric, nicely  trimmed Avith embroidery and insertion at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  MAL0JIE.'ft TREGILLUS  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  m  BANK OP B. C.  BUILDING.  NELSON.  TEDBlwIS   C^lSI3:  ^^��*:��:^=:^^=r^*:^:|  mm  1.&.C3.C  mt  #  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  P. Burns & Co.  WHOU2SALK  AND   RETAIL  THE BEST BRANDS OF  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  Liquors and Cigars  ALAVAYS ON HAND  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A large stock of first-class drymatcrinl on hand, also,  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  j-r-fa^eii'^  But, curiojisly enoughs people of great  mejltdl curtiA\\tidn and strfiiigth are al-  niost equally Avith the l<iss foi'tuhate Aric-  �� thus of AVlirry.   "Tlia*6 tliey are ilot entire-  :  ly so is due to thpir changes of Subjects  1  of thought and activity, their en*joyment  " of literature, art, niusie, nature 'antl ���*j11  tlie tjiihgs tliat niaVo life Avorth living to  the nlore fortunate children of liien.    It  is 'iixvollintary with such people, hoAvevei*,  this "AyaHling.oiF pf'tliei euqmy  iu in<��st  gases.   'Whdn some s^vei-e strain comes  1 ��the inost wcIl-biblaiiSed man or AA-pmaii  often yields to it utterly, the niiiul fixes  itself upoii one  painful thought, and in  Spite of the efforts Of friends, counselors,  physicians, in Spite of travel and ehange,  the pdor bi-aili  is literally Avorn out by  tlie constant beating upon it of one maddening thought. Succor must eome iii all  such.Cases from Avithin.     The mind must  heal itself.  Worry can be Avarded off, when one  knows Iioav to do it, simply bypersisteiit  mental activity iu a directiou���opposed to  the cause of AA'orry, supplemented by  plenty of outdoor exercise. The first resource of people Avho findj. pleasure in  reading is that of coursei* Hoav many  IiAres, I Avonder, has Charles Dickens, has  ',]Vfark Twain saA'ed Avithin the last fifty  years? Tlie authors Avho enchain the attention and cheer the heart at the same  time, Avhat ministers to a mind diseased  are they! I belieAre I could Avard off abstraction AArith sir Walter- Scott's noArels,  or laugh at Bedlam so long as I had on  my bookshelf the tales of Stevenson, the  essays of Emerson and Carlyle, with a  dog-eared old volume or tAvo of poetry  beside them.  * But theu there are the times Avhen one  must try to sleep, or must Avalk or ride  in street   ears, or Avork at   mechanical  |^llL\*Bj:^nfc*Q^l";;  iiiifiiift  Yard:   Foot of Hcndryx street, Nelson -  Tciephoncvi-i   John Rae, Agent  H. D. Ashcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HARSESIibEINa.  One of the best and most pbp-  oular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  ���BAKER ST11EET, NKLSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at kelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL  STORES AT  Nelson,   Trail, Ymir, Kaslo,  Nevv Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  giaU, Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Larger .comfortable  bedrooms and   first-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men. *  BATES   S2   FEJK   X3jS>.rsr  Mrs. E. G.   CLARKE, Prop.  Late 'of the Royal Hotel. Calgary,  tvWagon-repairiliKwoniptly.attODded.tK  twHeoTwright: v;��; '"."," xrvty-jy, 'j^ "-fy *'>������.'  s/Sp'bciaKatteritioiugixenfto^^^  jcustom^work'E'frdih^butsidoapoin^       -y,f "yy\ l��� '  "'."'   ,y    j-        '     "P^��_"V��E"#"-VVt,;�����j "V.V"    j.."' '���". '  iSliqp:" "ffall^StreeX" betwe8iif|la^^  IN*  PRIZES  ABIUDGKJ) i'liOGUAMMB  HORSE  Free-for-all ,  Slocao race.......  Pony race.."..'. .;  1st Prize 2nd PiiXo  ,$20O     $100  ���    75       25  ���   50     25  Caledoiiian   Sports  PURSES   AMOUNT   TO   $600  Gold Medal for Best All-Eound Athelete  PRILLING CONTEST FOR $300  MATCH GAME OF BASE BALL  HOSE REEL RACE  GRAND    BALL  JOBBING A SPECIALTY  Baker street, Nelson E. C. TRAVES; Manager  -  '        ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT A1TENTION. .  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  ', HEAD OFFICE,  LONDON,  ENGLAND.  All communications relating to  British  Columbia^business to be addressed  to P.O. Drawer  505, Nelson, British Columbia * " V r      j  Mode'rick^ I  'StfPQWlLER^E^;;. Minirig^EnVine^ " '  NELSON,   B;C.  For Further Particulars Apply to Secretary, Silverton, B.C.  TO CONTRACTORS.  Tcndera will bo received by the undersigned for tho  various works requisite in 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 bo seen at my office.  Tenders to be sent in on or before April 30th. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. HODGINS, Architect.  Ofllce: West 13aker street, Nelson, B, C.  ~BOARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonate streets, in roar of English church.  ITo.atcrt by steam. Table board $1, room and board $5  and ��5.50.  A collection of fine Bolgium Canaries for sale.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  Straefoan Bros.  plumbers* etc, '6|$i!ra House Block, Kelson  A LITTER TO THE PUBLIC  We, the uhdcrslgnUdi'be^ t*> notify tlio piiblic that wc  arc the only per, oris .doinjf business as merchant tailors  in, Nelson, JiavliiK all our \forft done on, the preniises  and paying wOslcrn prices for same. Also that w<5 are  prepared to jfivo Its good sill isfaction o# can bo secured  anywhere, and defy coiiipctition, oveii though originating from persons carrying samples! only and having  thoir work done in Eastern Canada.  FRED J. SQUIllE,  H. M. VINCENT,  G. O, ROSS,  Nelson, April 20th, 1890. J. JI. 'WRAY,  -^ The flnest hotel in, tho iiftoriolv  : Largo "sample rooms.  Steam hfeat and electric, light.  CORNER OF WARD ANJ) VERNON STS., NELSON  Madien House  BAKER Alii) WARD, STREETS, NKLSON  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under ono  maiiagcmcnt since 1890:  Tho bed-rooms are Well furnished and   lighted by  electricity.  '   Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.  Thc;bar is always stocked by the best domcKtifc and  imported lifltibrsand cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Two aiid a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.  iip;|pvpti^pyal Seal Cigars  Jtif mf MaWWX IMITATIONS  BUT ARK MADE BY  Op   iTELSOilSr,   Bv0.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The only restaurant in" the city  employing only whi.te cooks.  Merchants'lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders  at  all   hours.  Spring Chickens, Fresh Cream,  Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of which are from the ranch belonging to the hotel  SPECIALTIES:  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-Nelson   Lodge,  No,  25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall.conior  Baker ana 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  brothren invited.  ~ WANTED.  WANTED���General servant and small girl to care for  child.   Apply Mrs. l''erguson. Silica street.  A pleasant place to spend ^afternoons, evenings and  enjoy delicacies that cannot bc'obtaincd in hotels or  restaurants at Nelson. Good stabling. Open day and  night.   Can be reached by cither road or water.  WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot air  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains  Hourly street car to station  Yoflp House Meeds RefuimlsMH^  Can supply you with all kinds bf  j  a  Corner of Baker and Ward streets  NELSON. B, C."  AT REASONABLE PRICES  UNDERTAKING IN GONNECTiON  Revelstoke, B. C.  Nelson Saw & Plaqing Mills  nsroTioiE  All accounts owing the Nelson Pining Mills, contracted since the 17th day of September, 1808, are due  and payable to the undersigned, payment of which is re  quired at once. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary,  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills.  Nelson, B. C, April 25th, 18*0,  Just, Received  Big Carload  OF   ^,L3L  IKTXnSrZDS  Also New Picture ai|d Room Mouldings, New Curtain IV[aterials ih 'Silk, Damask, etc.  flew Uph,olstry Coverin.gs-.-a Large Variety, flew Carpets, Oilclotlis, etc.  UPHOLSTERING,  PICTURE  ALL   BY  FRAMING,   AND  SKILLED   LABOR  REPAIR   WORK  SPECIALTIES:  INSPECTION INVITED      POPULAR PRICES  Only* Address, Applewhaite Block, Baker Street West, Corner Kootenay  Nelson Furniture  Co.  For Undertaking and Enbalrr\ing the Leading Establishn\en,t in Kootenay. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899.  HI  m  i IS!  S! f  111  ���H.3  ���it  II  'I  ������:" 'Ifif" ���  ��� '���'" 'OH -^-fy �� �� a��  '������ ^-:^!cD^Dfl��  "������y^Ip *j  %Ap $$'. ��� ��� ySflfl?:  "MV:."!  ������fl "%'.'*'  y&$y  Sfej':  . ')  Do Ybu ll/isl? to Dye?  If so, remember we ean 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  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  U/. f. Jeetzel & Qo.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS. NELSON  Neck Dressings  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  J        A       r* II    IZ C D    THE UP-TO-DATE  .   M.   vJ I LrxDri     furnisher, nelson  J. Burton pleaded guilty yesterday to  the theft of a lady's gold Avatch at Kootenay Landing ancl wis sentenced to two  months' imprisonment by stipendiary  magistrate Crease. Joseph O'Hava, who  was in Burton's company "when arrested,  was charged with vagrancy. S. S. Taylor  appealed for OMlara and secured his discharge.  Should the special committee appointed  by the city council fail to make a des-  position of the east-end question satisfactory to those who have raised tlie  present agitation, tlie threat is made that  the matter Avill be called to the attention  of the grand .jury at the approaching  assize.  TllK Thiuune and the Economist are  the only printing oil ices in Nelson "that  pay their employees full  wages.  The corner-stone of the Bank of Montreal building was laid yesterday morning at seven o'clock by John JIarbottle,  the foreman employed by contractors 0.  Hillyer & Co. Although the building  will be the most pretentious in Nelson,  there was no ceremony, the stone being  well and truly laid while half of the  citizens were asleep.  Thomas Gregg, who for some months  was editor of the Nelson Miner, returned  to Nelson yesterday over the Crow's  Nest road. He is getting up an advertising sheet for general circulatiou and  will take The Trihcne as his model.  The equipment of the Nelson fire brigade was supplemented yesterday by (>00  feet of paragon hose, two rubber play  pipes and four Babcock fire extinguishers. The brigade has now some 2800  feet of hose, the bulk of Avhieh is in excellent condition.  Superintendent Marpoleand II. J. Canir  bie, engineer for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, returned to Nelson  yesterday after a', trip to Lardo, at the  head of Kootenay lake, where they were  looking over a portion of the line which  has been located for the new branch  'which will run from Arrowhead to Kootenay lake. The officials made the trip to.  Lardo on the tug Ymir. They went over  a portion of the line and made the return  trip on the steainer Nelson. They say  that it is the intention of the company  to proceed with the construction of this  eighty-mile branch as soon as the line is  located by the engineers now on the  Avork.  Walter S.Ashpital died suddenly last  evening at the residence of J. R. Rowley.  He Avas taken ill about four o'clock in the  afternoon, when medical .aid was suin-  nionecl,vbut.he^died"in;:abpytfctAypc:ai|d5ii>"  )iiilt hoii r^ttitGmttft'dfeC "'  for it. It said that the site may be the  one on which the Dominion government  will build the postoffice and custom house  HOTEL   AREIVALS.  TRKMONT.  K. P. Murray, Coffee Creek  W.   Swerdferger,    Eureka  mine  C Harrington,  Creek  KorLv-Nine  QUKKN-S.  W. I'. Manning, Spokane  V. Hanson, Spokane  Grace Sweet, Vernon  HUME,  K. Kerr, Trail  1,. I.U\'CSI|UC, Ko'jsoii  H. Davidson, Pilot Bay  .1. C. I'onvin, Victoria  T.  IC. Armistcnd. S, okane  T. W. Sterling, Toronto  K. II. Hughes, Sandon  V. K McMillan, Toronto  I). W. Moore, Trail  C. A. Stoess, Kudo  GUANO  CKNTRAL.  11. W. Graham, Silver Ki g  ,1. Livingstone, Salmo  W. T. Readies. Salmo  PIlAll*  ���\. II. Creamer, St. I'liul  I. Jarvis, lir.ghton, Eng.  I!. Marpolo, Arancouvei'  II..I. Cauibie, Vancouver  W. Lawson, Toronto  V. It.Mendeiihall. Kossland  J. A. Clock, Portland, Oro  Mrs.  1''. S. Edwards, Spokane  E. E. Hurchard. Kossland  It. C. I.onglev. Koi'l. Steele  K. U. Porter, Robson  ���^r~  Contractors  and Others  Who use picks, shovels, etc.,  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, which for qualities and,  material cannot be beat.  Vancouver Hardware Co., M  Importers of Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  MARA & RARNARI) BLOCK. BAKER ST.. NELSON  FOR SALE  SNAPS IN HOUSES AND LOTS  IN ALL PAR'I'S OF THE CITY  Money to Loan  fMincs; and Mining. Stocks- ���.,  l jfi|^k^Txh'|^y;oi^iE  HSWItLIAMS^  ��      ��� it   nn       rWDWh     d_     CH.oHl'" Od, 'j.  ���jCusloiiis Broker  mwL:Adkkr"S"l\y  ,mkpr^ypf^$y@l\ui %dipy;h"iTd$ng.   11$.  "������,, "J?T<6hir A.} ^lriiSr,";" g|��lUr*c'0:nf]ifi��iic)u��)V  Fd'^f.fbclayas tpadi >w&\$c^ivetf/dast: hiighl: :by .express a large corisignmerit  oPIjreshffishj live arid-wessed/turkeys and chickens, Pressed ducks. onions,,  spijqach, radishes, Jettuce^rhubarB, asparagus, and bai|ai|as.  F. B. MORSE,  EAST .END GROCERY StOlUS ���  ^We3t'=Block,sBaker^Str^.et-B^,t5=Nel80ni=  Nelson Tent and Awning lannfaetopy  A-i-.X^ KriosrnDs or  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ALL glZKS OlfTKNTS IN STOCK ifl'lil    blA TV/f   A   T-'* Q f~~-\ TTVT  Bilkerritriiet, opposite poHtolIlec, Nclsofi    JL -TTTI1 r'l? IK���S _     JUfl     f?���J���/ DU J-N  ���� ^l!i^fc^iil]��*flflj% Jptsv  dii -tlle"^6j.YjElieaSt^cdi'jieij.%f ^i'pidrik.(iipdy  '^VrftWl.Sti-eofe to ifa, iJ^l^hteilEs'/or MtyN,*  ^���as4s fEhpjk'bpWij S\^��prig\hii4l%rdv$edi  "by.-���M:. SV-'J^^ySs; feii8jL"j^i\iiit^enClei4tr ^"'^lia.'  3ijAretr,"lviug���iiiiues uajitl��jElie JiQu.se -was one.  %:'tlie fil'lfei'esidoiices'biiilljii jfejson." Ifitn,"  .|(^%.j^ugiib- fen |ft|i.,|ji,11-a,-jMj,*gi?igJ $��9Q,y  mmmmmmmm  fOR)?DAWSQN 3Gim^  Ifi you arei .call .and get. posted  *.oiv sthey]^Kitep ;B ass> "and: - ^ukpn;  "f,oute;:;^hici'H^ ���is|tfie cBjfest", ������ "safe;s|  aMacch��apest]$,dssiBfe>'m '"���'.'. v./:' :���  u off10     u Jj'-n      "      J^nfa'n'o^    "    *      % rffti^ ���Sams' "n  :*.* ''������-*;*.iii^(M��  ��l)itk^i;*^tnrcet^'VV*c��,t; ^NJj'.soii.-lJ:,��.^  ~^~.    "*" ":-"   "  ?0B! "iSiS*   '������    ::"  H" OUSl'TandVUired .lot^NosVs, (iVand.  ������    ��� 'Strbcl,; NolsoTil 13. QA " Roiffull*""  A.,��Mafison;iGi'oJ:c'H6ut4,;]l jtcstir'**"'"������*-c  .,._.���., BIo.ik.ln.sMiU  paVCicuTars ta'PRlj' To"  Cor.t, Shlei>|)jt'i'du .fftfttiqii;  OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF  W. P. DIOKSON  E. H. H. AFPLBWHAITB  ie Supply and  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  J. McPHBH  EVERYTHING IN THE SHOE LINE  J  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TROAX  ORE  CARS  Canton Drill SteelJ  CARRY IN STOCK:  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  WOir \\\   G-iant, Caps and Fuse  r/-7      '=     ^CV��� ^ Tools�� Cutlery, Tin  yy^.*a^^tfiS'g^*a'^\\\;-v>-~^-\    _,_j ttt^   j     j     -*-*1*"  wo^mmmsm^^  and vvoodenware  fimm^r}&mNii&��& ���    Stoves, Ranges,  WOODEN     v\v    ���Iron>  Steel,  Sheet  MATERIAL .  % _ ?r?n> T-Rails  v>- Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine &te  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  THE LAWRENCE HARDWAREJ50,  Will   be found   in  their  new  premises  on   Baker Street  with  a complete stock  of  HARDWARE  Shelf and  Heavy  Heavy  and Shelf  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  You --will- find it to your .���ulviint'ige to consult us  before placing your orders  Tinsmithing arid Plumbing a Specialty  Estimates Cheerfully Furnisl]ed  Giro S|j0piatti^s  e9^W^;**R3^  ]C(oltefM '���";-��� y ��� \ ���  '������^Jy^-^^^^^'J^:^  :Gh%is���*��^Br���to"wn.^  spro"ssfe"^;!Bla��ek^eli^d^^  ;Majma]ades^J'amjs./etq;;. .; Jjyy, .'^: "���^>ip|  ��- "P^^^t"'^ ��^^if\. Wknqh) ^^sj'ana  Miishiiqp'ms./"-    "������  . ":".": "y :*������".*���'",.{* ���*- "yy'iy:  J?i6Mes;;Saifpe:s;"Sp^^ "  ��� "o -   "-.;���.";{""  Mnf^e^iGRpcf^ji^s-/-as'��4n;''''   �� "*      ." - ���'������. : ���" *����"  ��T.wd ��� J3.a9s of Gn<aekery' on '"the, Ro^adV;-.. -.' - ��-  A trial order solicited.   Prices^rig-ht?  ;  Telephone 10.   P. O. Box K & W.      Baker street West, Nelson  2�� AND 28 WKS3T iJAICKU STREET, NELSON  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Trans-mission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  ���*Wia:OXi3E3S^.L*El   ^lISTID   RETAIL  HAT,    Gr��lJ^T2<rn   IFZEIEJIO,  Write for quotations on car lots.  asriELsonsr, b. o.  i'r$  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets. Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OK NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPKCIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED All Hi/.os of dimension timber and all kinds of lumber   ^���_^.        ._.._,,^_,._-r..T_,_,_v.���     P.1!1..1" ��'"dei\ and shipped lo Nelson in carload lots.  "El.      JByXXttEtTS:,      PBOPEIBTOE I Write for prices.  GOAT RIVER LUMBER GO.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime dn the market at  pep 100 Lbs  CALL   AND   INSPECT  ESTABLISHED  187&.  Twenty years Ola and still growing.  parfcOi?$ produce Qx  WHOLESALE  , PROVISION  MERCHANTS  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Worth of Gilt Edge Soap goes further, lasts longer, and does its work  easier and better than any other soap  on the market today;   at  least  the; washers  all   say so and the ladies  ]  are delighted with it.  A nrkih^r*   TfiifKQ* ^ its f4v��r' when y��u �����"- ^rou&h  jTrllULMM^'M 1 MAMMAgg 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 ypu commence, a sack of the celebrated  S-STAE  PIiOIJB  The West l^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PBOOTOR, Wanager  STEINWAY  The  Standard   Piano  of the World.  N0RDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada.  ABT AID MUSIC CO., Nelson, Agents.  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  VANCOUVRR-A, V. Ralph, Manager.  DAWSON CITY���A. G. Cunniiighan, 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. Eggs in  the Canadian Northwest.  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B..0.  M. DesBrisay & Go.  HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresli consignment of Maple Leaf Cream Sodas received  direct from the factory, put up in 3-pound' boxos. Also  a full lino of tho Toronto Biscuit and Confectionery  'Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forget that wc handle  Blue Ribbon Ten.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Baker Street West, Nolson, B. C.  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Have just recoived a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. leteoo.  The supply la limited, so call early and examine this stock.  ��J$fe:

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