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Array tOGAL AND MINING NEWS FROM  ADJACENT   TOWNS   AND   CAMPS.  Special to The Tribune.  Sandon, May 5.���Tlie Ruth people are  anxiously awaiting the disappearance of  the snow to* allow them to begin the  construction of their concentrator. It  will be located just inside the town  limits, alongside of the old dump. Already the right of way has been cleared  for tlie tram. Thomas Mitchell has secured the contract for  the mill.  D..J. McLaughlin part owner of the C.  O. D. mine, near Bear Lake, met with an  important discovery the other day while  driving a cross-cut tunnel. When .in  about eightv feet they uncovered a four-  inch vein of high grade galena that assays 380 ounces of silver and $5 in gold  to the ton. The seam shows well defined  walls, and may be the main ledge on the  property.  The following is a statement of the ore  'shipped'from Whitewater station on the  Kaslo & Slocan railway for the week ending May 4th : Whitewater 80i tons, Jackson 15 tons; total 101A tons.  It is the intention  of J.  M.  Harris to  extend   the 'Virginia  block some thirty  feet.    A twenty-foot stage will be put in.  When finished the hall will be one of the  finest in the country.    County court will  be held in  New  Denver Saturday  next.  Health inspector Doolan notifies the public  to the  effect  that  all  householders  must remove the garbage from their premises before the 10th instant.    President  Stockham of the Miners' Union left Wednesday noon for Salt Lake City as a delegate to attend a meeting of the Western  Federation  of Miners.    The  mayor has  been   appointed   by   our   forefather   to  select a committee to seek a  desirable location for a cemetery.    Although a large  plot will   not   be   available,   no   doubt  ample room will be secured to hold the  departed  for many  a year if the death  rate keeps at  tlie same  ratio  as  in -the  past.    Dr.  Young left  on   Monday   for  Vancouver, where he  has  decided to locate   permanently.     The   re-opening  of  the Comique Avas definitely settled by the  council at  Monday  night's  meeting.    It  was decided to lieense it at $30 por week,  which will swell the  city  treasury considerably.  J. Brandon of Silverton is in town and  says there are $1700 subscribed by the  citizens of his town for the sports on tlie  24th of May. The special attractions will  be the horse races and drilling contest.  Already several horses from Rossland  Miaye entered, and with the bulk of Sandon sports going there, "Silverton expects  to have anything but a quiet day.  '   -" Ymir  J5.���J. E." Saucier, the  THE STORY  OF THE AMBUSH  AND   THE   SKIRMISH.  ^  PUBLISHED AT NELSON,  SATURDAY-MORNING, MAY r��,  1890.  JLUMBIA.  DAILY (BV MAIL) $5 A YEAR;   WEEKLY, $2.  Kootenaian did not issue tonightowing to  a break down in the machinery. It will  appear tomorrow morning. When the  Kokanee resumes her regular run it is expected that the Nel-:on will be put on  the run between Nelson ami Lardo during  the summer. Mr. Deane, superintendent  of the Trail smelter, accompanied by, I).  W. Moore, ore buyer, is in Kaslo. II. K.  T. Haultain, manager of the Yellowstone  mine at Salmo, arrived in town last  niglit.  WHY  ATKINSON    WAS    SUPPEESSED.  yV\nr$. May i>.���J. K.~Saucier, the managing - director -of   tlie   Ymir-llossland  "Mining'&  Milling  Company,   has-been  paying a visit of inspection to",the claims  * owned by 'them, viz., thcBruce group on  . Jubilee mountain.    Ho brought two surveyors out with him to survey the  properties.    Professor Garvin, who has  Had  large mining experience, is  reporting on  the same*   The officers  of the  company  are  W. G.  White  of  Loudon,  England,  .-president;  J.   E. Saucier,   vice-president  and managing, director ; 15. N.  Quimette  of Jlossland, Thomas Beauchanip of Montreal and Kugene Croteau of Ymir.    it is  the intention to  start work at an  early  date.  "Joe" Sturgeon arrived from Nelson  this morning to look over his properties.  He is largely interested in the Ymir  camp. H. M. T. Ryan has gone to Balfour for a change. The new villa resilience oil Oak street is to cost about. $p00i  ,A well-known batihelbr in Ymir is "Shortly  j^^to^j 6in4he=o&ied icts.^  First Presbyterhlh church next Sunday  evening will be taken by Mesdames Mathers and Campbell and MisS Reith > anthem  by tlie: choir, aiid , solo by R. W. M>-  Fai'lane.   Rain has been falling 'all day*  Ainsworth. <  AiN.s\voilT,H, May 5.-*-William Liiigard,  a miner, mot with a very painful aet*ident  at the Tariff inine. While going down  the lifeline lie slipped and fell, his right  liand coming in contact >vit]i his candlestick, Which almost ran through the  liand. Mr. Irvine feels quite jubilant on  the strike he has made oh, the Tain  O'Sliaiiter, which Will soon be made a  shippers Mrs. 1). W. Clark will' lyavo for  Utah in a few days, where she aviII spend  the summer. Mr. Clark will spend his  time iii the hills. John McGari-y of Ainsworth is the owner of the finest four-  horse team in Kootenay, and ho takes  pride iu his stock.  . Kaslo.  Kaslo, May 5.���Prof. Church expects  to leave shortly for n Sandon, Where he  goes to take charge of the orchestra in  the Sandon Comique, which is to be reopened. Brigadier Howells of the Salvation Army is livening the local corps up  by his special services. George Miuielley  is in Nelson today on a business visit*  Maurice A. Bucke, accompanied by A. J.  Slee, leaves in a few days for Jardine,  Montana, where Mr. Bucke is operating  some mining properties for eastern  capitalists. The Kaslo brass band's open-  air concerts are greatly appreciated by  the citizens. The band is improving  wonderfully under the leadership of Prof.  Church'. The steamer Nelson is kept  very busy at present, as she has to make  the run to Lardo nearly every night after  her arrival from Nelson. Ou her last  trip she took  about fifty  men  up.    The  Associated Press.  Washington, D. C, May 5.��� The post  ofiice department today made public the  letter of Edward Atkinson of Boston, on  which the action of the department in  seizing his pamphlets was based. Many  letters asking information about the subject have reached here, and today the  following- statement was given out by  postmaster-general Smith:  "luview ofthe statement of Edward Atkinson that he sent his pamphlets only to  Admiral Dewey, General Otis, President  Schurman, and three or four others, the  letter of Atkinson containing his application will be of interest. It is as follows :  Boston, April 22nd, 1899. To the secretary of Avar : I desire to send a large  number of the enclosed pamphlets to the  officers "and privates in the Philippine  islands. I therefore desire to know  Avhether or not these documents can be  sent directly through the Avar department or may be forwarded in tho  ordinary course through the mail.  A list of regiments is desired  and if there are printed lists of the  officers available, they Avould serve me a  Arery useful purpose. (Signed) Edward  Atkinson.  "No answer Avas made to this letter,  except to send an oilicial copy to the  postmaster-general, avIio issued instruc-  tione to the postmaster at Sau Francisco to hold the pamphlets. The  spirit and design of the pamphlets  may be indicated by a few  extracts. In one of them Mr. Atkinson  says : I Avill appeud one question to each  reader: Hoaa- much increase of taxation  are you Avilling to bear, and how many of  your neighbors'J sons are you ready to  sacrifice by fever, malaria and venereal  disease in order to extend the soA'ereignty  of the United States OA*er the West .Indies and tho Philippine Islands?     '  ^9-3:-S:-2'*5:53*-33--3:33-53.'3-5:5:-3-3:-;  !��>  <l��  (P  m  n\  m  a*  i>  ��p  m  ��  id  iii  ��*.  THREE DOLLARS  A DAY THE WAGE  ���yr  ib  Hi  ib  iii  Hi  il)  ib  il>  ill  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  The managers of the mining companies, whose head or  operating offices arc iii Nelson, met yesterday afternoon in secret  session to consider the eight-hour law, which is to be enforced, and  unanimously decided that they would pay miners three dollars per  day of eight hours. They also decided that if the miners would  not work for that* wngc, the mines in their charge would be closed  down indefinitely.-   =   '    ���  %1-**>:-*83:-S:-33S:-33S33'53.^  authorities of the United States and  Great Britain had been notified of the  project, and that all had expressed themselves as being intensely interested.  THE    PROVINCE    SUBSCRIBES  $1,000,000   FOB   THE   CABLE.  Spain's Unfortunate Leaders.  , Special to The Tribune.  Madrid, May 5.���Spain is awaiting  with impatience the trial of Admirals  Ceiwera anil Montojo and Gens. Jaudencs  and Toral for their part in the disasters  that befell, the country in the late Avar.  The supreme court of the army and niwy,  before AA'hich the admirals and generals  are to be tried, has an unimpeachable reputation for impartiality, anil  there is thought to be little likelihood  that the soldiers anil sailors at the bar  Avill be sacrificed to the popular clamor  for a A'ictim unless it be found that their  acts merited punishment. The charge  against general Toral is the unwarranted  signing of the capitulation of Santiago.  A like charge, Avith reference to Manilla,  stands against general Jaudencs, Avhile  adinirals Cer^fera and Hontixo must an-  SAver  for the  destruction   of the;  fleets.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, May 5.���The best adA*ertise-  ment cA-er given this province is contained in the offer made public  to today  ofthe contribution, by the province of British Columbia ot one-ninth  of the cost  of  the Pacific cable, Avhieh project seeemd in  danger  of collapse because   of the  imperial government's decision  at  the last  moment  to share only, in the probable  deficit on tlie cable Avorking expenses and  not in* the expense  of construction.    The  responsibility Avhieh the piwince  thus  undertakes is roughly speaking one  million dollars.    British Columbia proposes  to  come  in on equal  footing  Avith  the  great Australian colonies  of New South  Wales,   Victoria,   Queensland  and- NeAV  Zealand, each of which takes a. one-ninth  share of the burden.    Nowhere in Canada  can a better estimate  be formed  of the  importance of the demand for the Pacific  cable than in British  Columbia, and this  prompt action by the provincial   government Avill no  doubt impress the government at OttaAva.  ROSEBERY IS OUT OF POLITICS  HE   IS   SIMPLY   A   CRITIC.  pounded to pieties by admirals  Sampson  and Dewey.  Threatened to Shoot Weyler.  Special t.6 The Tribune.  Chicago;, May 4.���The Herald's special  froin Madrid announces, that general  PolaA'ieja, minister of Avar, has made  public a letter Avhieh lie has just dispatched to general Weyler, hi Which he  threatens, Without excess of circumlocution, to .shoot the former goveriior-  gen(?ral of Cuba. General Polavicja declares that he knoAys all abimfc general  Weyler's absurd conspiracies, iind adds:  "I know'that yon are incapable. Without risking your own hide you excite tlie  passions of civilians, Avho tire ignorant of  your weakness; but I am disposed to  shoot generals, if need be, as if tliey Avere  common soldiers." Tin's letter is called  forth by general Weyler's recent mysterious conference Avitli Cariists of the  Balearic isles and republicans of Barcelona. ��          Making War on Gamblers.  Special to The Tribune.  Brussicls, May 5.���The reformers of  Brussels are hard on the heels of the  stock exchange, under shadoAV of Avlnch,  they declare, immorality is flourishing.  M. Begerem, minister of justice, has ordered that an iiiArestigation be made of  the extent to Avhieh bucket-shopping is  practised in connection with the bourse,  and he has directed his subordinates to  study tlie question of legislation to regulate the operations of stockbrokers and  check gambling in fractional lots of stock  Avithout actual deliArery.  Cardinal Krementz Dead.  Associated Press.  Cologne, May 5.���Cardinal Philip Krementz,'-archbishop of Cologne,  Avlio attained the cardinalate  in  1893,  is  dead.  He was in his eightieth year.  After a Bogustown Interest.  = SpccialJto^The Tribune.  ' Victoria, May 5.���Several representatives of* Nelson's projected tramway company are in the city.. Ifcjs understood  that they are endeavoring to" secure an  interest in the "Bogiisto\vn" addition to  the city of Nelson. It could not.be  learned at the land company's office  Avhether the traimvay promoters were  after a bonus for running thqir line into  the addition, or Avere socking to make a  straight purchase of a slice of the town-  site.    Personal Eemarks Come High.  Associated Press.  Brhun, May 5.���The particular offence  under the Iiiav against lose majosto, for  which the criminal court of Brunswick  recently sentenced Herr Konnecke, former  secretary of state of the Duchy, to two  years" imprisonment, Avas tlie sending of  personal annotations upon ihe margin of  a neAVspaper to the prince regent of  BruiiSAvick.      Going Armed to the Conference.  Special to The Tribune.  VU3NNA, May 5.���It is reported in diplomatic* circles here that the triple al-  =lia;ne.e=ha'3-a~greed=on^!i^c0^  the peace conference this mouth at The  Hague., The alliance hopes to have sufficient influence .among the delegates to  outAveigli all other powers anil govern  the proceedings of the conference.  Associated  Press.  London, May 5,���The earl of Rosebery,  in addressing the London Liberal Club  this evening, said he thought the goA*ern-  ment Ava-s pursuing curious methods for  fostering imperialism' when it placed a  tax upon Australian Avines and offered  only a miserable contribution, tied up  AA'ith tiresome conditions, to the great  Canadian' and Australian scheme  for       an        imperial        cable. He  added a scathing rebuke to the  threats of tlie Radical members of the  house of commons,"to.'oppose the grant to  General Kitchener ������ in recognition of his  services as sidar in the Anglo-Egyptian  campaign for the re-conquest of Soudan.  Later in the eAreniug, Avhen replying to a  toast to his health, in which the hope  had been expressed that he would quickly return to active politics, Lord Rosebery saiil : "1 hope nothing lias occurred  tonight that can be taken as an indication that I haA*c any intention of returning to the active political arena, Avhieh  deliberately, and for gooil reasons I for  sook in J SOfi."  To Eeconstruct the Cabinet.  Associated Pres-i.  RoSik, Af ay ��.���General Luigi 'Poflohx,  premiei' and ..minister1 of the interior hi  the cabinet wliich resigned On Wednesday, in consequence of interpellations in  the chamber of deputies touching the  government's handling ��f the Clune.se  question, has been charged by lving Hubert with the reconstriiefcioii of thy  ministry.        '  The War Rumor Denied.  Associated Press.  London, May 5.���The colonial office declares that there is no foundation for the  statement made iu the Outlook's Capetown dispatch, and adds that there is no  Avarrant for the allegation that the probabilities of Avar Avith the TranSA*aal  have been seriously regarded by tlio  government.   Going* in for Stock Flotations.  Associated JJress.  London, May 5.-���Following the example of the earl and countess of AVar-  Avick, avIio recently converted their  properties into the Lord and Lady AVar-  Avick Company, Limited, the earl of  Rosslyn, it is .reported will float the  Rosslyn Estates, as a limited liability  company. :          Lead Goes up Again.       ���  Associated Press.  Nrcw Yohk, May 5.���Bar silver file.  Mexican dollars. 4Sc. Copper, dull: brokers $10, exchange fjilJ^ijiUK'iu. Lead,  firm;    brokers     $1.20,     exchange   $1.1")  THE " MINISTER    OF    WAR    RESIGNS.  Associated Press. *  Paris, May 5.���Chaile+s Louis Du Froy-"  cinct, minister of Avar, it is reported late  .'tonight, has resigiicd, in consequence, of  the-reception given to his explanations in  the chamber of deputies today regarding  the suspension of the lectures of M. J)u  Ruy, a professor in the Fcolo Poly technique, after disturbances by Jus students.  The discussion was heated and M. De  Froyeinot was fully heckled, lie explained  that professor Dn Ruy had Avritfen a pro-  Drey I'us article which had agitated the  students, Avhereupon the principal of the  school, in the interest of good order hail  suspended the lecturer. M. Do Frcycinol  said that he fully approved the action of  the principal. This announcement was  greeted Avith loud cries of disapproval,  and the minister of war explained, that  in as much a.s it was impossible for him  to speak he Avould leave the tribune.  The Confession of a Crank.  Associated Press.  London, May 5.���liogarding the confession of Richard T. jNTohoisoti that he,  and notDr^anniol^S^Jvcjio^yi,jm_ii^le_red_.  T>"diiyT*��oynol7is j'u a room in, a New York  hotel in May 1898, the deputy-governor  of AVorniAvood ScrubbS prison, where  Nicholson is confined, said today that Ire  regarded Nicholson as A crank. The confession, which has been transmitted to  the state department at AVashington. is  bhe'second: that Nicholson has made relative to the Reynold's miirder. Nichoi-  soil was sentenced three months ago to  eighteen months1' imprisonment for obj  tain ing money under false pretenses.  COUNTY COURT AT KASLO.  The first session of the county court  has been held in the new court house at  Kaslo. Judge Forin presided, and John  Keen acted as clerk of the court. Sheriff  Tuck was present in his official capacity.  George K. Alartin of the local bar, in a  few remarks Avelcomed the judge to Kaslo, and drew his attention to the court  room facilities Kaslo offered. The judge  replied, and congratulated .the legal  fraternity on the court house, and said  that no such objection could lie made to  Kaslo as was made in Rossland recently,  AvJiere the supreme court could not sit  owing to the lack of a suitable building.  The foIloAving cases avoi-c called and disposed of:  Elliott A's. Lowery. Case Avas enlarged  until next session.  Kapps Ars. AViloy.    Judgment for plaintiff, and judgment summons order issued.  McAnn   vs. Briggs.     Adjourned   until  next sitting of court.  Turner & Co. a*s. Williams. Judgment  for "plaintiff.; $20 to be paid on June 1st,  and final payment to come up at next  sitting.  Clark Ars. Cameron. Appeal from small  debt's court. Judgment practically for  plaintiff. Ten days granted for production of Avitnesses and books before registrar as to quantities.  ���McGregor vs. Carney. Judgment giveu  against Carney for $2o and, costs ; plaintiff's claim for interest struck out.  Daniel McDonald estate for administration of estate; aflichwit read, and  order made on giving security to satisfaction of registrar.  Buchanan vs. McLachlan. Referred to  registrar as to quantities delivered and  prices charged.  Cassell vs. Cockle & PapAvorth. Judgment for plaintiff for $;")0 and costs ; judgment for defendant on contra claim of  $10An and'eosts.  ��� Court then adjourned tbnieef again on  J une. 13th. , Two cases were, -settled before tho. court sat, namely, Busk' *a*s.  Cockle & Papworth and Alberta1 <fc B. G.'  Exploration Co. vs., Campbell. Four  cases were adjourned till next sitting and  one case dismissed.  Mining Operations in the Gold Belt.   *  The engineer of the Duncan Alines,  Limited, Avill leave today to locate the  line for the-flume to be built to connect  lOngle creek with the penstock at tlie  millsite, work on Avhieh will commence  next AveekY "The site for the mill has  been selected, and estimates for its erection are being received. Thirty men are  working ou the Granite, anil sixteen on  tho Royal Canadian, and this number  will be increased shortly. On the Granite a large body of rich ore was struck  this week on the third level at a depth of  20li feet, anil drifting has been started on  the ledge.  Associated Press.  San Francisco, May 5.���The correspondent of the Associated Press, Avriting  from Apia, Samoa, under date of April  20th, giAres a detailed account of the  lighting in Avhieh lieutenant Lansdale  and ensign Alonaghan of the American  naA'y, and lieutenant Freeman of the  British navy lost their lives.  On April 1st a landing party made up  of sixty American sailors and marines,  sixty-two British sailors and about 120  natives proceeded to Vailele to break up  an assembly of rebels who had been committing depredations in the vicinity.  The party Avas under command of lieutenant Angel Freeman, first officer of the  Tauaranga, anil Avith him were lieutenants CaAre of the Porpoise and Ilyckinan  of the0Royalist. The Americans were  under the command of lieutenant Lansdale, avIio had Avith him ensign Monaghan  and lieutenant Perkins of the marine  corps. Dr. Lung of the Philadelphia also  accompanied the expedition.  After the party had reached the Ger-"  man plantation lieutenant CaA'e asked  captain Iluffnagle, the German manager,  if there Avere any Samoans iu the A'icinity.  The manager said that none had been  there that day Avhen at that Arery moment, anil within a 1'cav hundred yards of  the expedition, Avas a large body of rebels.  Iluffnagle advised that a return home be  made by Avay of the main road through  the plantation, as CA'erything Avas quite  safe tind no rebels hail been about.  Three other Germans Avere with Iluffnagle, and heard this conversation, but  no one gaAro any warning of danger.  The return march to the coast was  commenced. No sooner had the men got  out of the plantation, Avhen, at a  bend in the road large numbers of rebels  Avere seen. On top of the slope, just  after the last of the troops had begun to  march through the gully the rebels fired  upou them. The line was about 300  yards in length. The rebels Avere lying  in the long grass. Avhile some Avere in the  top of cocoauut trees. The Colt' gun refused to act, and while Lieutenant Lansdale Avas -Crying to fix it he was wounded  in the knee.  The allied forces. Avere attacked from  three sides and through the scrub and  grass the sailors retired, Lansdahi being  assisted by his men. Lansdale seeing  that he could not get away urged'his ���  companions to IcaA'o him. One of the  sailors Avas shot dead, and the other retreated an escaped. Ensign Mouahau  refused to go and stayed ��� by his felloAV  officer. Next morning the headless bodies  of the three .avere found on the battlefield. Alouahan's revolver was empty, as  was also Lansdalo's. Between them lay  the bodies of three' .rebels. , Mona-  han, before thq, last man left him, shot  the chief dead as hc Avas advancing on  lieutenant Lansdale., ,-  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  A Scotchman's Invention.  Specinl to The Tribune.  (.'i.a.suoav, May ~y.��� While all the Avorld  has been wondering over Signor Marconi's  Seventy Days in Total Darkness.  Associated Press.  Nvav ���yVnuc, May 5.���-Captain Thomas  ���of tlio steamer Coya, wliich arrived today  from Sou tli American ports, reported  having talked with Dr. Frederick Cook,  of the Belgic Antarctic expedition, at  Montevideo. lie quoted Dr. Cook as  having said :   "AVe had a most  interest  ing A'oyage from a   scie  Mfci.fie standpoint.  For seventy days wc were in total darkness, and the climate was intensely cold,  AVe lost two men from our crew of  seventeen, one from sickness, and one  who fell overboard. We were exploring.  Alexander  ice.  Laud when  we stuck  in   the  ex peri ni ants ^w'n% wireless telegraphy.  GlusgoAV has had, an inventor of its oavji,  who has been Avorking quietly, but who  has nevertheless managed to control  mechanism at a considerable distance  from hinisolf wifchoiib the aid of  wires. He is Walter .Jainieson. a  teacher of science, and his specialty is the operation, of steering.  By means of his invention a. Vessel  fair be kept under full control,  steered to port or starboard, stopped.  driven ahead or turned back, al] at the  will of the oflicel' in charge of the transmitting inechaiiism. This mechanism,  Mr. Jauiio'on considel's, should apply  more particularly'to toi'|)*Ylos, tin* underlain pa-th .of which is the Weak point in  tills branch of coast defense.  Wireless System to be Tried,  Associated  Press.  London, May'5.���According to a statement made to tlie correspondent here of  the Associated Press today by the secretary of the Wireless Telegraph Company,  the first attempt to transmit. trans-Atlantic-messages by the Marconi system,  will be made during the contests .for the  America cup. Stations will be established at Sandy*'Hook and elsewhere  along the course laid out ,1'or tin; great,  yacht race, from which' tlie entire contest will be visible." The secretary of.  the Wireless Telegraph Company also  added that sir Thomas   Lipton. and   the  Opening the Soudan to Trade.  Special to The Tribinif..  Nkxv Yojtiv, May :"5.--General lord Kitchener, governor-general of the Egyptian  Soudan, is expected to arrive in Cairo  from the south on May Oth. At that  time he will open the Soudan to trade,  promulgating the schedule of imposts on  wliich lie shall have determined. It is  believed that one of the provisions of his  decree will permit the sale of alcoholic  liquors in the Soudan on payment of a  license' fee of $2;"50.  The people of Nelson avIio find it .necessary to get mixed up inc lawsuits are  daily adding to the list, of cases for tho  next sitting of the county court, Avhieh  is scheduled for the 23rd jnstant. Among  the suits" already commenced is one in  which W. G. Robinson of the Royal"  hotel is suing Albert Benson for' $10  damages through the breaking of some  window glass. "J. L. A7anstone, the mining broker, has an action against Dr. G.  II. II. Symonds foi"$(>0 damages. In this  case the alleged damage Avas suffered  through the non-doliA'ory of certain  mining stock, which Aranstone alleges he  -Sphl-iiii-the-iioctor's-accouut.  AAY II. Grant Avill leave tonight for  Calgary, to take charge of the AJbcrtfi  office of P., Burns & Co.  The Rossland football team, which1 has  been asked to.play t]ie Nelson club, will  comprise the following.: Allan, CmypUr-  Coles. Warren, O'Bt'ien, Cooke. Jojinstomi,  Morrison, Oviugto.n, Sword, Stewart,  Hopkins, BecJier,. Ridout, AViJkin and  Irwin.  Captain .1, AV. Ti'Ouii left for ^ikiisp  last evening, where lie will decide what  repairs shall be done on the steainer  Kootenay. The Kootynny has been re*  placedVhy the Rossland on the run 'between Arrowhead and Robson,  Cuba is Prospering.  Associated Press;  AVashington, May 5.���Acting sccretary  of war Miklejohn has made public a" very  interesting report upon the commercial  and iiidiistrial.state of Cuba, .showing.that  the future of the islands under a stable  government promises a . wonderful development of wealth- The beneficial ef-  "('(���������(s of an ('conoiioniica'l administration  ol" the island's affairs'- sucl* as is uoav being given under the direction of the Avar  department, are already apparent.  White Grouse Mountain Claims Bonded.  John Ay ton Gibson has perfected a  deal with Hugh Sutherland, 'whereby  the latter secures a working bond upon  fourteen claims in' the Storm King and  Copper lving groups,; in the AVhite Grouse  Mountain district. . The company Which  has undertaken the development of these  properties was organized in Toronto by  Mr. Sutherland, and Avliile there is no  cash payment in consideration of the  bond, the company is bound to spend  $50,000 in development Avork  during  its  life.   Will Start Up Within a Month.  Tlie Slocan Ore Purchasing Company is  now making good progress with the erection of its  ore  sampling Avorks.    Nearly  all the lumber is on the   ground   and fche  work  of  laying  the. flooring   has   commenced.    Tlie contractor announces that  the building   will  be completed and the  machinery  installed   ready for crushing  by .) une 5th.    So soon as the company is  prepared to accept delivery of ore it -will  commence   operations,  there   being   ore  suiliciciit aAVaiting shipment to  keep the  sampler going for several Aveeks THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON,   B.C.,  SATURDAY, MAY (i,   1809.  rn  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  3 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 & GO.  Tools  COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  PROM EASTERN MARKETS  elson Hardware  Baker Street, Nelson.'  Co.  We have succeeded this season in  DERWEAR for spring and .summer Avear  on the market. Balbriggans at all prices  admired by all and acknowledged to he  See these goods .and get prices.  getting the  FRENCH  HEALTH T7N-  This is the finest and best made  Our silk  and wool  sweaters are  the   finest   yet   shown in   Nelson.  Sign of the Big Red Hat  ������P. OY Box 103; Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR  ��to ��rttmra*  Dailv Edition.....  \Vkekly Edition. .  .......  JTiust Ykak, No. 105  .....Skvjsnth Ykak, No. 21  ;;JWM    'P..  r����." "s  THE DAILY TRIBUNE is published   every  morning  (except Monday), and will be mailed to subscribers  in Canada or the United States 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, ��2.50 for three months, ��5 for six  months, or ��10 for one year.   Payable in advance.  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  anywhere for |2 a year, payable in advance.  REGULAR ADVERTISEMENTS printed in both the  7    ���:,:< daily and weekly, editions for $4 per inch per month.  :ii   LOCAL, OR READINQ7MATTER NOTICES 25 cents a  ,-'��������� .'���������"���. line for.'eiHsli insertion: *=*'"YysY :  7 * "JOBiPRINTiNG:Ut��fairVates.7YAccouiits for job print-  7*���" ing 7andiadvertising^&re payable on the first, of e very  -;"��"��� J,"month.. "Addrcj^k-^V^V <Y-"       --���      ' ' "--���  YS^-YfflY^Y^ Nelson, B. C,  ^^'^BE^iijifeSifitia^ep j.bperj* bing .in -the;  ifiheiglibbiffi^ niot yesterday*  j/..>ud:ae"didedith��]bitJi"fe^���oulil  pay minors  /7|��liree4dolla^ ol  eight -hours. _  "i*^JieV��inee1;il!pg"\��is* "Saattv'fo". have  been   at-  Y^Y^if de&^ lager" i i i "Nelson,  1 VYsatlidJdecisionYBiay Jjjkvftccepted' as  iinal  ���   tfis-".fai;5as"��tUeiOTnne arc con-  l-jj.cqrned/JFpr^^ do' not -accept  f.-rtlieWrt-u^ are to be  1 ap"zp'a\p\y. A��.   .^apaa$t�����yi<nflpp p v     o o "  Y-����"closedrfMwn." ���^'ISteO^rij.CJtNJS does not cou-  taken as ��� linaljjjy any  .'e'^wb'sidfiS; to'atfl qucs*-  ^Ife/iglJTLei'kT^li^dugli1. "fclxQip1 n rciP>!e"-="  .ts^ritiitiye.^'a^eiasV&iiih'- entitled to meet  iwiU;4b'tj ���wbr]< I'or l0ss tiliau tyZ.Sfrkidtfy, as  v��the.��*iiii,iie inanagers ltave. to meet arid, de-  : "glareTtli.6y." will only pay :$3 a clay.- What  IKe fiiiiMiiine Hianagers should, insist, On  _!is7a7!Coufereiice_Witli-tlie_senslble_iiiinei:S.  'S -"V 7.- -.���  moms  A rate of Avages could be agreed on at  su&l.i a Conferencey aiid the chances are  'there would be no difficulty in carrying  out any agreement so "made. There are  too many mine managers in Nelson who  would rather employ Chinese than White  ��� men, if tbe white men had the Spirit to or-  giSinze associations for their owii protection. These men should be sent to the  I'Car by��the managers *\y]ro. really operate  mines as a legitimate industry; and the  miners should be equally careful in inir/y.-  ling the blatant blowliarils that always  force themselves to the front in times  when good common sense should rule.  caused the accident. What an unspeakable outrage ! Imagine an attorney-geiir  oral of Ontario asking a grand jury to  indict a colliery company, a raihvay company, or any other corporation, on  account of the loss of a few lives. The  imagination staggers under the task of  assuming that tlie Hardy government  could display so much zeal in the public  ���interest. In all cases where corporate  negligence can be responsible for the  death of individuals in Ontario, a coroner's inrjucst is little better than a farce,  and tlie attorney-general's.,* department  never makes the slightest attempt tq,,  strike .at^t'lieexalled people who-may ,be  responsible for the , negligence :''which_-  causes ileath.. .      "*,--_    ~.    7���.  'The Equitable Company's Surplus,"  Associated Press." "'  YNew York, May 5.���Permission Avas  granted by the appellate division of the  supreme1 court at JSrooklyn tiida5r, iu the  case ofEinil Green against the liquitablc  Life Assui'anyo Company,1 of the United.  States, to take-the case to th,e court, of  .appeals. It involves thcj|ucstiou .of the  distribution" of the conij)auy's surplus1  among, the policy holders.  \VFi ARE','lJdT ADYEltTISING  . TilJ3 liieiiibers of the special committee  bf tlie South Kootenay Board of Trade,  Avhieh has been charged Avith the Avprk  of getting out the ailyertising map and  folder, have decided that they will not  put any money into the Nelson Miner's  fake edition. They recognize that the  board of trade's publication should be an  impartial one, descriptive of the resources and business interests of the city,  and not a laudation of individual business concerns, measured out in proportion,  to their subscriptions.  Twice Happy Ontario.  Toronto Telegram.  A; British Columbia grand jury, at the  instance of the attorney-general of that  province, has indicted tlie directorate of  a colliery and raihvay company, for manslaughter. Five lives Avere lost in a rail-.  Avay accident, and the lion. Josepli Martin is seeking to fix criminal responsibility  upon the parties primarily to blame for  the   negligence   Avhicli   is  said  to   have  Thls_!3eason.^itr is   not-neee6s4rvf=everybdtiy^  knoAVS that our  Stock is Larger  and Prices Lower  Than Other Dealers.  Sportsmen  -want  the  best   and  S��,t it at  can  always,  Thomson's Stationery Co., IM  PIANO  ORGAN  VIOLIN  GUITAR '  MANDOLIN  BANJO  AUTOHARP  ACOORDEON  VIOLIN BOW  STRINGS  or MUSIC  Call at our Store and we "will do the rest.'  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Have You  a Sweet  Tooth?  IV  so  COME  AND  ���SKIS  OUR  ASSORTMENT  OF  rvme  ^M'yfyjyj"'^  N.  We are now showing a complete line  Gents' Furnishings consisting of  in  B  B  /J  New Ties, Shirts,  Gloves, Hats,  Boots and Shoes  ELGRAVE.  HEIGHTS  w  Boots and  Shoes  LADIES*, MEN'S,  AND CHILDRENS,  Christie's  Fancy  Biscuits  OVER FORTY VARIETIES  CHOICE AND FRESH  Hudson's Bay Stores  AVest Baiter Street.      Telephone 13. "  FRONT  21  ���2|  BACK  :.2J  The Latest in Men's Hats  FULL  OPEN BACK  DRESS  AND FRONT  ^  w  AND  WILL  BRING  WITH  A DEMAND  POR  IT  XiCrw"  Gn~TGD  SHOES  )MARK  GREY FEDORAS, PAWN FEDORAS, BLACK FEDORAS, A  BROWN AND BLACK DERBYS.  Natural Wool, Balbriggai], and Silk at|d Wool Underwear  Top Shirts in Light and Heavy Weight.  White Shirts, Regatta Shirts  With and without collars attached.  If you wish variety an,d good quality, come and see these goods  Just the rigl]t thiqg if] Children's Boots aqd Shoes  FOR  GENTS' WEAR.  victoeia block:, 33^lok:ee. steeet,- istdelsoit, b. g.  f^t^^T^^T^. &.&.&-&-&'&'c3> ��3'p3'��3'(=?'.��?��� e3"c=?'c3'l&\  fB?B?B?B^?B ^^# ?��##?  mmmmmmm-m  ���b  0(-  They are all the rage  this summer  and we are getting ready  for the rush  ���COME  Ajs;r>" SEE   OUR LINES  ,y.d"  .now "on bjsj?iiA.y  ��  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  Baker Street, Nelson  Fine  ing  FIRST fiOOU WJjStMlANIv B.;0> BUILDING.  Mining Share*  2500 War Cloud  1000.Bryan, and Sewell  iOjOOO Little Garibbp  3500 'Pooled Dundee  7000 Utica  ;500 Athabasca  1000 Pooled Tauiarap  All  kinds  in  stock  s  You can save money  by purchasing your  lumber froni me  CALL AND SEE ME FOR SNAPS  ALEX  Turner & Boceldi block, Nelson, B. 0.  C. D. J. CHRISTIE  GENERAL,  BROKER.  A 7-ROOM HOUSE TO LET  A "1-ROOM BO0SE TO LET  FOR SALE  A 2-lot eoi'Moi'....  A 5-room liousc.  ..$5*  ..   IflOO  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  -Xil-JVCITEID.  Corner Uiikcr iind Slfinloy Streets, Nelson. ' ���  A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKH STREETS, NI']LSONT  ARE YOU GOING TO ATLIN  OR DAWSON CITY?  IloiSses nnd lolii iii nil parts of the city.  MONKY 1'0 LOAN INSUUAN'OK  We luivc a fine ai-^orlmciit of woolens always  on hand, (joods niiide.U]) at the shortest pos-  siblojiotiw;,, As everything.isvkept.anrt jimdo.  on thon"preniiseS-', s.atiSfiigeioiifii-.iissiirodf* " .".  [       "       BAKER.STREEt! WEiST, ^EESOy/; ���'  If you wiiiit. a n.atty-, slylish sjiiit of/ciolhe.s for  sprinil and suinniVi\ ,1 hilVo ovfir 50t) dilt'eif-" ���   " -  cut patlerns of .Scotch' and Hiiglish ;t>v:e,e(tsr  which* I will inake to'- your .orctbv at "thd Ww  jTrico. of ,. .���  ��25  Black, Venetian? nliike a ilieC' suit for gum-  nier wear fit.,,..��.., ,...��...,..,.". $21  Biucksorfje suits in sackorniorning coat.. $21  ==A=lu3aV}���Scotch^tiwccd^nice-paUcriis^ioi'^-^^  Inisiness siiit, ,...,..�� ,.��.., $18  TrotiKcrs nt eflunlly low prices. Kit and finish  no belter in Canada. Radius'.fine tailoriilya  specialty.   Clement block, linker street.  DRAYINGand .  fpn^-^enngp;."si^q:v-^^rte";'5%e"   ...       n n D "      /fl   "iX       -"    n- On ���V Ji[HL        p.D^ll^     ^  TEAMSflvERlS  S,  e  H. D. Ashcroft  BLAGKSIVIITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon ropairinK promptly attended to by a IlrsVcliws  wheelwright.  Special attention (,'ivch to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  If you are, call and get posted  on the White Pass and Yukon  route, which is the best, safest  and cheapest possible. ..';.���  A. R. SHERWOOD  Jlakcr street Wcsl. Nelson, 11. C.  All Syndicate Lots in Addition  "A" will be withdrawn from  sale after 1st May. Now is the  time to buy.  Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents  FOR SALE  SNAPS IN HOUSES AND LOTS  . IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY  Money to Loan  J. L. VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  Mines and Mining Slocks Customs Ilrokcr  ItKAL KSTATK ANI> CJKNKItAL AGKNTS  Shop:   ({all Street, between. Baker and Vernon, Nelson  $5500  Will buy 24 horsesi 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.  AGKNTS KOK  =^The^i>peT-iarOird  Washington Brick ar|d Lir^e Co.  The Hi W. -IVJcNieH Co.,yhfd,,, Canadian Anthracite Coal (Hard)  Dealers it]  STOVE WOOD  INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITEB  Mrs.   E.   MeLaughiin  JOSlj-PHINI'* STRKKT, NKLSON  Gpow's Nest Pass Goal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,    Agent.  ���^SOfin Will buy two lots and improve-  *p*-f\j\j\j ments on north side of Vei-non  street, between Ward and Josephine streets.  Terms.  <ft4.e^rin Will buy 30 by 120 feet on the  <p-V*J\JKJ south side of Baker street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets.  Cash.  dUtCi finn Will buy 50 by ISO feet on the  <pi\J9\j\j\j  northeast corner ot Baker and  Josephine streets.  P. O. Box 57  Cash'   JOHN HOUSTON,  Vernon street. Nelson  Nelson Saw & Placing Mills  IsTOTICE  Y.All; accounts, owing the Nelson Pining Mills, contracted since the 17th day of September, 1S9S, arc due  and payable to the undersigned, pnjincnt of which is re  iiuii'crt al. once. HAHUY HOUSTON, Secretary,  '  7 Nelson Saw & Pinning Mills.  , Nelson,- ]*:. (!., April 25th, IS!)!*. , .  kelson Iron Wopfes  *   MANUFACTUltBKS OF  ���ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFTING, IRON; AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BRKWJilRS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to tho trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  FOE  SALE.  cons    _......  .... .       ...bo sold -cheap for cash.  oiling, owner has mineral claims to look:  Apply to J. I'\ Jacobson, feed merchant, "Vernon  POlt SALE���A teaming outHt consisting of one team,  wagon and harness.   Will bo sold cli  KciiKoii for  uflor       ...  street, Nolson, Ii. (1.  -^-.^fl. .���s~-^3>iVi^&'.;  ,^^.....^^��.^^..a^.;.. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B: C, SATURDAY,  MAY G,  1899.  THE   HALL YMENES   MEETING.  British Columbia Review.  An extraordinary general meeting of  the Hall Mines* Limited, was held on  Thursday, at -Winchester House, E. >C,  i'or the.-purpose of considering a resolution increasing the capital of-the company. Sir Joseph W. Trutch, chairman  of the company, presided.  The secretary having read the notice  convening the meeting,  The  chairman   said:    I   have .-iioav to  move tliat the resolution set forth in the  notice calling tlie meeting wliich has just  been   read   by  the-secretary   be passed.  Tlie: statement .which the directors have  circulated With this notice appears to nie  ���and I believe you will all have found it  so���so clear in conveying to you the facts  upon wliich   we have found it necessary  to  summon   you  today   to consider   the  resolution, that  I feel it   would be superfluous   for mo   to  enlarge on   that .statement.    I could only:reiterate and elaborate   what is   so clearly   set  before you  there, and you  would  not thank me for  detaining, you by such reiteration.    The  main points thatd avou Id call-your attention  to in   placing the '-resolution  before  you are  that,  asds stated in  the notice,  your board of. directors found it requisite  in ordertocarry oiiroui'; business that we  should obtain.more capital. 'We came to  the conclusion  that-tlie best way to obtain that capital  was by'the issue of debentures, but when   we placed those debentures before the  shareholders Ave did  not-find  so much encouragement as avc  had   hoped- for,-and   we were  told  that  in  order  toV insure these debentures being  taken up  we should have to-make  them  coiiA**crtible  into* ordinary  shares.  Therefore,  avo haA'e to call you. together  that  you niayiiut us in  the position of  .increasing.the capital of the,company in  order to carry out;the;measure.    The objects for which we desire to obtain this  additional  .capital ��� haAreL . been   already  communicated to you at the last-general  meeting, in   December, both  by myself  and, more iii detail, by -the"-'report -'from  Mr.. Hardnian,    a   scientific ^gentleman  Avhoni we sent out to report on the mine.  It is necessary .that.the development of  the:mine, in order to render.the.property  more  prodncti ve, -should* be --pushed ��� on *  ahead  of stoping "'.work. - Tliat is one of;  the main purposes for. which Ave haye ask- j  ed you to assist' ussin obtaining addition-"  al capital/ * Next,  Ave: find   it; requisite  that Ave shall satisfy the'���< requirements of  our  bank; by redueingMthe OArerdraught  Avhieh stands to cVur-debitso as to bring  I -���7it;doAA*n ftA\'ithiii.:theani6iiht9ibivAvhich���sthe  |**���!s;banlvfeldsY^ecui!ity:f .itTJiese^are the�����tAv���qr;  "" y'��db]f  .���,.,-������-������.,. ...-,~. Ahft'u  \ihilt.  I "P-efite  L^ittinity "^curs^th^tfc^  |eY/be&bnieYfn5i%�� tiioroiigm  \<��:�� Ave��aTelVtoday76ffn4tlie". e-ftdiitsalfd^jcluratiQif  Y:^:^nnu%��*p^ '  ^���pdiicji^vonl^^  ?q!V^\y]$'Ja^ :��ihel|je!.r  '^   **^   ^,   *"���!, -"^-^^ ���"*��,   ^ >��:-**'l5 -**&���"*&������ -^��   ��g ^��t^S -"^Sh-^ ^x�� >��&^ ^>^>^^>��S^^  i*-')^:-0Ht -00, 00 ��� jet.. ^0 ��� 00, 00 ��� 00--,00- 00. 00 ��� 00- 00 ��� 00- 00 ��� 00- 00 -0t> 00 ��� pi.. 00. 0*- 00- 00- 00 ��� 00  m  fix  ���#���  ��� 0* ��� ^- 0B> ��� 0**' 00- 00' 0& '-00 V*'."^*  d>  Priday, May 19th  Jyj4Z--  <0'V0>'~*^ v^^^^     ^0& H     ^^^^^^H^^^^^        V' ^'*"'  Proceeds to  be  donated to &&?*"*^ ,    J ^JBfc^  W ^       ��fe^'~ -J-  ThePree   Uil^rary '���&??*'"'    ^H^B ^ftm^    4^'~ ^  ;s*^  Gentlemen's Tickets $2.00  Ladles'Tickets $1.00    W  \il  Mrs. W. J. Goepel, Treas.  W.. W."Beaton, Sec.  Patronesses  \$,  Mrs. J. Roderick Robertson W  .Mrs. R. W. Day        Mrs. G-. Frank Beer Mrs. E. O. Arthur     W  Mrs. W.-.J. Goepel   Mrs. A. L. McCulloch       Mrs. S. S. Taylor       \|/  <;0t0;00.0* .p* .^ (^ :0H0 .?*. 0* .00-.:0&:;00* -.-js* ,0& ;/** .0*. tgy-i** ���ig^-tB' ���'���f&y-^ ���:^ ���  0B*:0*-:p* '. 00*. ,00-:^. .0* . 0* .00 . 00 '0��j��.  ��caiu.r6duee4;heVdost?ofj:poAA-eraboth at-the  ��"��",��#?.l7.u�� ��S"$pj.��"piy.Ai"Kiip." "..ftfft.v. Y7>*v*. �� .���*.��..- ���  f sjnelter^and'at;the|jninie,^^^  ifi} ��,- *tIi^f.A^kol^��� ofithe<disburs^ni^ritTwh*ich  ;������.��\ye*shall ���>. betcivlledrfupduj$^siftal|Q��� ip.'.put-s  "^������ting��-rtfp.^1>li^se3s.Ty  lVrthe;:Siiitih^rYptp^  -: Avorks w^rarel ^a^isfllid ldi^''-'jjKevp*enrina3ae;i'il<|e,' ���  ".'.���PiU-d, ^peoductiyenelS" of7tliei���'.:i|iin|Y avc do;  ��� / npij\ri$pQ$4$ffien1&  ^litiiL'^..''.-'I^ really; ^dpYiio^.^qjv^litrbt-'iYcaiii  i- nspiully7say-;anytiling "lnq^fufitherithan;  * il "aaiiy" sharelfolder Vwdiiid?(iikG 7to���.haA*;ei  i !iiiyYatf3itibi(^  tion oh  any inatter;"I'' shoiild -be' pleased  iinwrsirti��f^^ry^8wpAver  bowing,  jjanQ   bawmg,   j? ence  rosins,   lurneQ   etna.  I *Y.pTri>i��.yyp (yy^i%.y \0rs>i^y.y,.". v."r-^'i�� "^Y"rTri"��=s7M.��"��Y��*. ������ v..sS!T7i;;'--��!fi'Y-, -jSp*..;�������������* ... r-KT"v,':"*"-��lT**Y��.Y"W  �� �� I YYY"Y��-i"'E7Y"'*"iV���� ��yyiy^y'.��� "��Jl.������"�� ��.��'.'"���',���������" ��*��� ���*i'.-" .-��� ,.y.y,.yyp,��, ��yy.^ .���'������Yi���^��� >y����� y^yy,��y��.j.vy����y.- --..���." ���iy��y-.-��" .���"'..-   ;*��y.V".".'--* -   *���*  k !>My-fly%  Sjafiyitti^ FaMpry:;an# Qfficf, lipi�� b;&^:v#^  "teri  I UOAV  begtOi-niove:* s '^Thafe JtlieiCapitai ofi:the  compaiiyvpe: incrfeased to ����50f06Diby. ;the  creation of 50,000 ii6w:oi'ditiary'shares of  ���SI eiicli, dnd*that tlie: said"hew ordinary  sliares be issued or' disposed of to such  persons on sueh-<terhis-aiid��conditiOus in  illl i'espfctsiantl at sttcli: tinles as tlie di-  rOctQi-Stthink fit."  Robert f)ky seconded the; resolution.  T. Poultncy.Griffin s'lid he- happened  to be in British Cohunljia in July last,  and #sit<p^tlieHailI��:JJ:uies?and:!the smelter. /j}here:Avasiaf large :.quautity pi Ioav-  grad^) country ore coining tVom the mine,  but it Avas not carefully picked, and consequently i tlie result, after passing .the  smelter, did not shoAv sufficient profit to  pay the cost of working.  The chairman: I ���������may ������ answer: ithat  question at: once. :\0f ���course the?iiistru'c-  tions are that5 all care should be taken not  to send down ore that will not realize  fifteen ounces of silver to the ton, Avhieh  it has found by experience is sufficient to  more than pay-all the smelting expenses.  The'ore that has been taken out of .late  is certainly of a ".lower" grade "than* "Ave  used, to AVOrk, aiid. much of .it .comes from  the j' development Av6rk Avhieh is being  carried on. Of course, it is diftienlt at  times to discern accurately Avhat is and  Avhat is not: payable -ore.. As it istaken  out it all has -to come to the surface, but  you may depend oh it ��� that the mau-  agement, Avhether here, or at Nelson^ is  not likely to send doAA*n the mountain  any ore that Avill not repay the cost of  transit and.smelting.  Mr. Day said that he Avoiild like to an-'  s wer the statement -made ��� by one of: the  speakers that the ore coming doAvn from  the mine Avas not payable.. As a matter  of fact, they had made a; profit e\-ery  'month*, and a good profit.  In reply to other questions,  the chair-  >man said that it Avas- true that, altliough  8 * D   jo^ij p.  BY ��EALING ^TTH  FMMS  gs  A TRIAL ORDER SOLIOITED  a  Trie Tribune  Ed iti  Daily Ed iti oh by mail $5  mail $2 a year.  they had-made a profit of ��5000 : for ������the  four months to the end  of January, iind  that Avas after defraying all expenses and  allowing for depreciation ; and so far  as  the accounts to the end of February-had  been audited in the office���they "had  not  been passed by the auditor yet���he might  say that between October 1st and  the  end of February,  taking   into   account  Avhat   they had   paid   for   dcA'elopment  work and Avhat they had written off: for  depreciation of plant and   buildings, the  total .profit had been between jE12,000and  ,Cl."-i,OOo, and the net profit had been over  ��1000 a month.    He would*'also  remind  the shareholders that   tliey  had an   interest in   other  properties   in   tlie same  neighborhood Avhicli were at  present/ being prospected, and, although   there Avas  no   definite   in formation that 'could- be  given, he could say that the prospect  in  some of  these   Avas  Aery faA'orable.    In  one   property   they   had    discovered   a  streak of gold quart/, that seemed  very  likely to turn out a payable streak. They  had   also   options   on   other  properties  which Avere likely to yield payable quantities   of  copper.      Another   important  point which had been touched on'by one  of the speakers was that they Avere "able  to use their  smelter for the  purpose of  treating the ore  from  surrounding 'properties, and they looked forward to  considerable profits from that source.  There  was one return of LS0O  tons  uoav -being  successfully   treated,   and    they    Avere  about to start treating  a  second  quantity, Avhicli Avould yield profitable results.  As one who had initiated the erection of  the large smelter, he was quite confident  that that Avould prove a Source of  profit  to the company.    A large  smelter -could  always be Avorked more  cheaply  than a  smaller one; and  one reason Avhy  they  had erected the large smelter Avas  that  they intended  to   treat -the'-ore from  neighboring mines.    (Hear, hear.)    As to  the issue  of debentures,  he* might   say  that there had already been applied for  'debentures to  the amount   of   -��24^450.  (Hear hear.)  P. ScliAveder said he Avas -A*ery glad to  hear that authoritatiAre "Statement, as it  effectually disposed of many'idle stories  that Avere being circulated about ''tlie debenture issue.  The resolution Avas then put' to '"tile  meeting and carried Avith tAvo ���-dissentients, and the proceedings terminated.  ContpaetoFS'andfliiite  r,    WILL BO iWJKLL TO  i BUY THEIRVLHMBER  G.O.BUCMNM'S  A largo stock of ^firnt-cliiss-dry material on'hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned-work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot'of ITcndryx'street,'. Nelson  Telephone, 91       , Joll ft\ RJEie^i^g'erit  Auction iS^te  OF WAGONS  On Tuesday, May. 16ttvJ899  AT 2 O'CLOCK P. NI.  ��� The uiulei'Mgned has instructions to--oflci"  for Male at publio auction: ��� Twelve ."Wagons  (brand- now-and-ncvar-uscd),���from -2J-to--3f*-  inch axles, and a miscellaneous lot of -neck  yokes,- whipple-tr.ec.si, bpN'es,. spring. .seatSj..ash  poles iu the L'QUgh,-6ak.. reaches ah\ jGiigtlfs",  etc*. Sale to take .place'%ip."front ��� of. H. )��>..  AslicKiffc's hlacksiiuth'. sliop on -Hall J-trgct,  Nelson.    Ternis. .Gash.  0. A. WY'VTSRMAN" At ���C0... Avietionoers.  Yl^i>��l:?l���  JOBBING 'A SPECIALTY  Straeii^iB^os.  Plumbers) oto., Opera-Houko ljfock, Ncluon  CRESTOM,5 BRITISH COLUMBIA.  AU ni/.��s of climotirfou timberaud nil-kinds lofjlnmber  out to order, nnd shipped toTN'cLson ;in carload'lots.  Write for prices.   BON TON fllSTMIWt  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The only restaurant   in -the .city  employing only white ���.cooks.  Merchants' lunch   from yi&xto   2  o'clock, 25 cents.    Dinner from 5  J to 8.    Short orders   at' all   hours.  TFti'st-claSs board and room. Todd'a old. 8tnnd,.cornor  "W-nrd and Carbonate streets, in refvrof'Wnulish'Chnrch.  THcutod by steam. Table.iboavd :?lj town nnd .board ?5  and :*$5.50.  A. .collection of ilno=BolKiunv Canaries for sale.  J. V. O'D^UGHLIN. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,   MAY  <;,   ISO!).  AMONG   THE   TENDERFEET.  R. T. Lowery in New Denver Led;<e.  Some years ago I Avroto a few lines  about visiting my old home and mother,  po I-will not repent the description. It  does not matter how many times a man  Ansits his home and the scenes of his  youth, the greeting is joyful, Avhile the  parting has the same kind of sadness it  had upon the first day yoiio plunged into  the cold Avorld and cut yourself loose  from ties that are tender, yet the strongest in the world. Xo matter where we  roam, how avc live, or what we do, nothing can shut out whiles the mind remains intact the remembrance of home  and a man's best friend his mother. In  ihe silvery West are many boys who,  through carelessness, neglect to Avrite  homo! They should break this habit. If  they only knew how a mother appreciates  a letter from a son, they might write  "oftoner. Just a little time, some paper,  and two cents for postage will make  many a glad heart. It is .just a trifle,  boys : but how many will take my advice ?  Thirty years ago Petrolea, Ontario, was  a hot town, much like Avestern mining  camps, but it has changed. It is no  longer considered good form to 'get drunk  and paint the town a deep crimson.  Poker is still played in secluded places,  but the limit has fallen to fifty cents, and  the game is but a shadow of its former  self. The town is full of fine churches,  and I attended several of them. The  ante, I noticed as the plate went round,  Avas from hVe to ten cents. There is no  excuse for anyone going to hell in the  East. .Every possible trail to heaven is  represented by earthly agents, and  ' churches are to be found cwery few miles.  It seems to be impossible for the Avickcd  to'keep on shift, although I was told that  the foot prints of Old Nick's boots  Avere occasionally seen in some parts of  the proA-iuce.  Petrolea is a great toAvn for society.  Balls and -parties are preA*alent, aud in  their OA\*n Avay the people are as important as NeAV York's 400.  Petrolea has its representatives in all  parts of--the '.world.    In' Borneo, captain  Woodward' has  a  creAv of  men drilling  for oil.    His  old  partner  "Bill " McGar-  vey lias made millions  in   Austria.    In  JaAra,V Sumatra,   Africa,   Australia   and  many other countries are men from Petrolea pounding the rock in search of pc-  : troleum.' The tools they use  are nearly  7      all manufactured by McKeuzie & Joyce.  In British Columbia there are maiiyfor-  V ;;nmer Petroleaiis^unpst of :-*\Adioni-7are :ni*;ikr  Y-;^j7in|^  y ;jj*ca"ni^^ p\'Q^n|efKlv "��^j  )����7.".'SQ.'Tar^^ beeif .abund.antj"v  f.y""n*ud\ilct$fe  ��* Y-Irofniiiny*^  s.'X<thp-"MsiTliaVe"$ilfe;SlT.; '.TJrd"French ���:  ^J^ ve^nh^ii|l4%|5n%[t ^t^^?1 |^6i^^  V:;��Y^uafit;it^  ^ ��-��Yl|j|t'^ .. "pTfip  T RAILWAY BY- LAW AS INTBODUCED  .SevernI Amenclmente Have Been Agreed lo and The Tribune Prinls il" Entire in Order;to  Allow Tliose Interested lo Sucjgesl" Further-Ainendnients.  A by-law respecting au Klcctric Street  Railway in the City of Nelson.  Whereas Thomas .). Duncan and Kr.-in-  cis \V. Peters, both of tilt! City of Nelson  (representatives of the British Electric;  Traction Company, Limited), hereinafter  called the "applicants," have applied to  the City of Nelson for the right of constructing, equipping, maintaining and  operating street railway lines in the City  of Nelson, and  Whereas the applicants have applied  for the authority, right and privilege to  build, equip, maintain and operate, and  from time to.time remove and change, a  double or single track raihvay, Avith all  necessary side-tracks, switches and turnouts, poles, a vires and conduits and ail appliance for the running of cars, carriages  and other ATehieles on, OArer and along the  streets or highways of the City of Nelson ; and  AV he reus it has been deemed advisable  to grant the ��� req.uest of tbe said applicants, subject to tlie terms and conditions and provisoes hereinafter contained,  and on the distinct agreement that the  fulfilment of the said terms, conditions  and provisoes insofar as the same are  prior in point of time to construction and  operation of. such raihvay* lines or portion  thereof shall be conditions precedent to  the construction and operation thereof,  and insofar as the terms and conditions  hereinafter contained relate to the operation, conduct and .management.. of said  raihvay lines or system, or any part'  the same and the fulfilment of the same  shall in all eases be conditions precedent  to the continued enjoyment of the rights  and prh'ileges of the applicants under  this by.-hiAV ;���'���  Noav, therefore, the mjinicipiil .council  ������.gttnecQupoiwb^  ffl pj>  .       .   o   u. . .1       uu .,    p uu   p\ X   .      u y.      p,   ,.     ..        ,  S01 'ii P   JL       D "ajD     *   cft1^     irnJ    "I"*   ,Ol'l=     r a*    W1 ���S ,    n ��r ��� nn  &      ���-J ,n a  ��� 5% "TTl      ���       1*    8*  ilJuovj-fpdk-s^  ^pnly^&sp��i}^gi^^lv.��fOr. :thp"x\s]e %s" ,kop\e\  t^vagueiyk^ofjbt^  ';Y="t^A'QlH:efiy^spoe,ciuantiATen?ih' ite nature,-' .ahtf  0 o    1     , ("F"        ^^V ���*��� "ti .        . ^o n -nn .      '-    y     nu  ^���:|liere ���are.-A^ribjis stotieS abOlit.i'tg'- Oiiigiilv  ^ffitfn^EQMlp^ 'to Nexv &"prk*,  t^fand'k"oiue."pohn^ciioxx 'With ���n,csw .arrangc-  ���^yhxeiiis" pf tthe Ainciioan Siiiel*tiug Cohi-  ,af ^aliy-is'gpolvQii of: In NeAV York, on tlio  iy ptl{ei^hkhd,yLondon pal'tieS ate "credited  ^.y-^vith the vise, and it is said that thesrtine  ������. parties'Avho haA-e bcfcn largely concerned  ���=^UritliM;3ie=Ii(2&A'^^  copper and tin have juoav taken silArer in  hfiudj apd are forcing tlleadvance. Hence^  a continued rise is expe6ted, and further  developments Avill be watched with iu^  tercst. [The price has dropped tA\*o cents  ail ojfnee  since Jast Aveek.���Ei>r'j,*o,R, TiU-  JiU'tfE,]  A Few IteiiiarJis Over a Fjriend.  New Bonvcr Ledjje.  Jaihes MoAvat, Who lived in Nefsoii and  ;*"KaslOfor ma'iiy years, died last iMilrch fin  the  trail between  Telegraph creek and  Tesfip   lake.      JinUny   had  his  peculiar  Ways.    In   lS(.y2  he tJwned a claim peai:  Kelson  and  for  three  Weeks  he wasted  ozone trying to sell it to us for $125.    Be  ���finally tnided it to George Neelands for it  Kaslo   lot.    -'AVe   bought   the  lot  froin  Jimmy for $125.    The flood spoiled it in  '!M,  but  the  claim   it  Avas traded for is  noAAr called the  Athabasca.    As  A\*e  said  before,  Jimmy had peculiar Avays.     In  the fall of '93 Ave Avalked from Watson to  Kaslo AArith him.    About nooii we reached  the Blue Eidge  hotel, kept  by  Neil and  "Bob" iVlcDonakl.    AA-'e Avanted Jimmy to  dine 'with  us,  but "he would not do so,  claiming that 75 cents aviis,  too jnuch. for  a meal,  and lie Avould   not alloAV us to  spend  that, much  on a   meal  for him.  This   is   Avhy   be 'was  peculiar.      A Veil,  Jimmy sleeps on the banks  of Telegraph  Creek, and Ave could not go to press without making a*-few- remarks about an old  trail blazer Avho Avas au honest nian.  cants by paying one-half the cost of  clearing and ditching such portion of the  streets as may be required to be so  cleared and ditched, or, at the option of  the city, such work may be done by the  city and one-half of the cost thereof,shall  be defrayed by the applicants, and should  the applicants require to do such Avork  in connection Avith the. opening up of  such streets tho city will give tlie applicants the free use of earth and rock on  the streets which they may need for ballast or otherwise, and wliich is not required by the city for street-purposes;  but such material is not to be taken so  as to bring the streets below grade, as  established for such street or streets.  ([*) Ordinary carriages and other a*c-  hicles may travel on, over and across the  said tracks, and it shall be hiAvful for all  and every person and persons whatsoever  to travel upon and use the said tracks  Avith. tlieir carriages or other Arehicles,  loaded or empty, Avhen and so often as  they may please, provided they .do not  impede or interfere Avith the cars of the  applicants thereon, and subject at all  times to the right of the said applicants  to keep upon the said tracks- with their  cars Avhen meeting or OA*ertaking any  carriage.or other A'eliicle thereon. The  cars of the applicants shall be entitled to  the right of Avay on said trades, and any  A'ebicle, horseman or foot passenger upon  said tracks shall turn out on the'approach,  of any ear so as to leave the said tracks  clear. ���   Y  (g) Said applicants shall lit all times  keep so much of the graded streets occupied by their said lines of raihvay as may  lie between the rails of e\rery track and  between the lines of every double track  and for the-space-of eighteen (IS) inches  on the outside of 'every track in good repair and ���'-cleared of.', snow,- ice and other'  ���ob^*triucations, li\nd��� shall cijiiae .the jj*inow,'  .-iqc^auaxothei^  '^ ^**ec|dpy^a|{"p|3��^  no %e".spreviil".Q-0i��theibM  Th.e Pugs Will Tight.  Associutcd Press.  Denver, May i.~Telegrams woro received -tonight by manager Flotto, ot the  Colorado Athletic. Association, 'froin  Messrs. Brady and Julian,-'representing  Jeffries.aud Fitzsiuimons, in wliich they  accepted his offer of a purse of- .$2i7,()()()  for the fight.  ^%i%Ti*n5j^^ .as;in6lc-ii|di.tib3.i sy ��h&&$ ;  *dphbjj$"plie>.eii|byjue!ii1;*-of "the-fiigliite^tfcr"  ^p/i#i]e"gefe-J)erei3y^^i/anfe  are, lfei0xyl.giy,ph,,anAi"gl;khl'ed the:excjii^.  s lyti I-, igixi^pd ykis^lpg^yio^Mjii^wctyiikd  rflapVtaiii^coilipl&td "fakd ".operate ".cfoiV^le.  "nO      " C_ .n    n  ngfn " ' *��� . " y��m�� S nD     '3*      'u -���   ���     n��"'a     ���     ��   " �� Jiyn  'au(L".*jin;g;le7tra^k^rit.il'*\!aj|||.iind frohi \ii.n'eY  i^'.tliri e;jbi��^$ke?: *^doyfife" W -���*' ^f^."  ���' trji'Ckl ���Cajl]^\tfi*j^.���.Ancl^T^ ^\'ith- hhel  '}ie<Se����li.r;y:sid'prin(kffi  ��� pdles] Wi.i?|s,- ".t'^iidCiiW^n'd "idl ritpplu-,nc0s^  for "ihp i'iujp'iii'1'of caj%;Carria;ge,s anil ye,- '  .l(|cle&* adaptedu*t'oi��t4||':\siiii:i'e, 0l.i,.0ve.r and  , aloPg any-bf .the�� streets" .or ^iighA\*ays�� ofY  the City of KefeoUj a^nd to "run tlieiX .tarsY1  take, trauspoiSt apd cai!,i'ny ptlssepgei'S Sncl  freight -upon the same, by* electric power _  oi' such other  .pioAVQi*  as may be.fomid  l)raCtieable, but such poAyCr otke.r than;  electric poWer shall before beilig iiScjd be i  fp'st appro\*ed of by the, city council.  2. The Lines of said railway are to be  4��i il t,=equippcd-=aud=opei'ated=subject^to^  the following regulations, and the appli^  cants are to conform thereto:  (a) The overhead or trolley system is  to be adoi'tecl.  (b) All poles erected shall be so placed  as to interfere as little as possible Avi'th  all other public uses of Said sti-eets, and  both inatorial and.  workmanship of said  | poles shall be of lirst class quality, alid  painted on all graded-.streets'.  ���(c).'The coaches and ears to.be Used on  the said Hues  of  railway shall be of tile  niost modern stylo and construction siiit-  itble for the  safety and .comfort of the  'passengers; shall   when  in   operation be  always suI'Mciently hea.ted and lighted,  ���and shall have painted ou conspicuous  .parts thereof in   large  plain   letters, so  that the same may be readily seen by day  or night, the route or street or which the  same arc to be operated,  (d) The  tracks  of said   railway  lines  shall  be laid   on   streets  improved and  graded from side to side, so that carriages  and other 'vehicles may easily travel over  and across at  any  or all points thereof  Avith the least possible obstruction, and  oil streets not  constructed  according to  any established grade the said  tracks of  said railway  lines   may be temporarily  laid, but shall be so constructed as not to  interfere or obstruct the crossings of any  streets intersected by  said   line, andFas  soon as such streets arc graded from side  to side the said tracks shall be altered to  conform to such grade at the expense of  the applicants, and the said tracks shall  then be so laid that carriages and other  vehicles may easily travel over or across  them. . ���     '  (e) Upon streets AA'hich are not yet iin-  ])rc)ve(l aiicl. opened. nj)..lxytheVCity: of  Nelspri.vtheY tracks . of: said; raihvay lines,  may Jx; 7temiporarily:. laid., and   may  be  thereafter altered  by the applicants', and ���.  the City of Nelson   will  tvssist the appli- J any person refusing to pay such fiire -may  iI^.=.',',*,V.. 7-"V" y^ ". Su7;Yl, ��%"7,:��� �����"��� -5��V. Sftifu ".���" '���,���*���.  -time- eoiiSider Itha^th���e; ^no^\?{Qi*>'i.cc3 ^scj^ob^'  .Stfsu|lfcirig��".ij]^e =.%siti^  ^"regtSuTias itO<? .Iieeir^o^^ly^oi' k�� ��sy  U|��y Us:"po'fe'llblesijeijiorA^d^'Qiii ;ofr" "al^pjiit Hip*  t^ack��n^fl.tlie^,-|i1K^a^l3^^^^  -Iy.|3r 'i\$ spejidily -asr'.possible ^Si-eacl-ove.r '  'pYe^saicU tsitr^etsj. "lie" *iiiay/"tej:iu5pJ*fliQ.^aiiici'-��  7t"olbg;��i?enni-Oye|lVu?r7Sj^i:e  ;chai]gfe "itlffi *CxiJ'ei.i��,c|; thei'cscjf 'i^^hp supl ]  '^fp^ijcuinjs/^v'ifd.. shali Vtt>;-ouene Cpay^. th'ej  'sa^ie^o^fd^y^     ' ���"��� cT * "x * K,YY' "Y. "���  . V (h)' "The. ipayor 'oivthe:Vc!hiel;of p0.1;i.ce<al  tlje sajd .city may brcleic a��� su^jjcjnsipn .pf  the -rtipnin^ of, "ib:hrcsVCarS'. upji-'the s'tree'ts  ns.ed -by "'Slikl lines "oi' rilihA^ay,, oi- any o|  th'einras he ;pi' they hiay dfeeni necesnsjw;y  diu'iifg��,p:y iir'6'oii' ^udh ^���fci'cjdt or stfi'cets.  In .case Pf. fire  the  chief, of the Brebri-  gade, or all officers of the eity.ahthorized  b^r tJuE? inayoi'i piay cut Or pull-doAvn auy  Avjregj po'fes,. structures or appliances used  to operate the cars  ou  said lines, or any  Of them, or incidental thereto, and neither  =tlie-Gity=iiOi!=SuGli^of(icers=sha.l 1-bed ialjle-  for any loss or damage resulting from the  ^cutting or pulling down thereof, but shall  only be liable for the  actual Cost or expense of repairing or replacing the same.  The members of tlie police or fire departments of the City of Nelsoiij Avhen in uniform, and the policemen  and detectives  exhibiting a. badge, are. to be carried free  of charge on all of the  street cars operated by the said ���"���/pplioapts.  (i) The line of raihvay of the applicants shall froin time to time be operated  daily, and should the said railway cease  to be operated at any time for a period of  three months, the applicants shall lose ail  rights and privileges hereby granted under this by-law. Such failure to operate  the said railway lines during said period  'mentioned is' not to cause a forfeiture  Of the franchises' and privileges hereby  granted if the same should result from  failure to obtain electric "power, or from  any other cause for Avliich the applicants  are not in any Avay liable.  3. Single cash fares are not to be more  that  ten   cents  each, and  fares on   any  cars operated after  eleven p. m. are  not  to  be   more  than   double the  ordinary  maximum single fare.    A class of tickets  must be sold at. not  less than  twelve for  one dollar.    School children are.to have  the right  to buy  tickets  at the  rate of  six for twenty-five cents, to be used only  on   school  days   between  the hours  of  eight a. m. and five p. m.    A ticket shall  b"e deemed a fare.    The classes of tickets  above  named shall  be kept  for sale  on  the cars of the  applicants  at all   times.  In case of failure   to supply  such tickets  for   purchase  by   passengers, then   said  passengers shall be carried free until such  tickets are proA'ided.      -: yyy:y���;-  . 4. The  applicants snail'have the right.  to charge and collect from ., ovei-y person  on entering any of their cars a fare, and  be removed from the car. The rate of  fare for each passenger traveling on any  of such lines shall not exceed ton cents  including ordinary hand baggage, except  Dim night cars a.s,above provided : provided' that no fare shall lie required for a  child under five years of age while travelling in the care of an older- person, and  provided that when the same passenger  travels over two or more streets or lines  there shall be but one fare for the whole  distance so travelled, and the applicants  when desired ' by passengers shall issue  transfer tickets at the point of connecting or crossing lines to any passenger  who has paid one fare on any line operated by tho applicants in the city of Nelson, which transfer check .shall entitle  the passenger so receiving tlie same to a  passage on any connecting or crossing  line operated by said applicants in said  city. A passenger shall be entitled to as  many transfers for one fare; as shall be  necessary to allow one continuous trip or  passage-over the lines of the railway  from any one point on the said lines  within the city of Nelson to any other  point on their said lines within the city,  and such transfer checks shall be used  only by the person receiving the same  and shall be used within ten minutes or  upon the next available car departing  upon a connecting or crossing line upon  ..which it is to be used.  5. The property of the applicants, consisting of real estate used in the operation of the railway and necessary for.  such'purpose, road.bed (which shall include also tlie mills, ties and any part or  share ofthe pavement Avhieh' has been  constructed by the applicants) shall be  exempt for the space of "ten (10) years  from municipal taxation, and no taxes or  licenses shall be. levied,.or collected from  tlie applicants during the said period.  and shall upon the expiration of such  year's notice pay to the applicants in addition to the actual value ofthe actual  and tangible property, plants,equipnienfs  and works connected therewith and  necessary to the operation of the railway  a further sum of live years' prospective  profits in connection -with the business  as a going concern, and such live years'  prospective profits shall be arrived at by  calculating the average profits of the  raihvay three years previous from the  date of such assumption and three years  from and after the date of such  assumption.  10. Should any dispute arise betAveen  the city and the applicants with reference  to the carrying out of the provisions of  this by-law, or should there be an appeal  from the decision of the city engineer  with respect to this by-law, then such  dispute shall be settled by arbitration  and such arbitation shall be conducted by  three arbitrators, one. to be chosen by  each of the parties hereto and the third  to be appointed by the two so chosen as  aforesaid. Iu the' event of either party  hereto failing, neglecting or refusing to  choose an arbitrator for oiie month after  being'requested' in writing by tlie other  party to do so,then the party avIio makes  such request'shall appoint the arbitrator  for and on behalf of the party so failing,  neglecting or refusing as aforesaid, and  in   tlie  further   event  of  RAILWAY  TIME-TABLES.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC.  (DEPOT KOOT OK HAI1.WAY S'l'UEET)  PifsoiiKor anil lniiil itlailj), for Nakusp    Leave.     Arrive.  and Uovelstokeaml main line points.('.40 p.m. 10 'Ml p.m.  I'assonuuraiul mail (daily), for Slooan  City, Silvei'lon, New Denver, Three  Forks and Sandon 0.00 a.m.   2.30 p.m.  Passei'Kcr and mail (daily) for ltoluon,  Trail and ltossland ...0.40 p.m. 10.30 p.m.  NKLSON AND FOUT SHKPPAItU.  (DEPOT KAST KNI>  WATKK STUKKT,  IIOG USTOWN)  l'assei'Kor and mail (daily), for Spo-    Leave.     Arrive.  kane 1).40 a.m.   5.30 p.m.  Passenger and mail (daily), for Ymir,  Salmo, Wanetaand Hosslaud !).40a.m.   o.30 p.m.  (Trains leave Mountain Siding, rust cud Kouson street.,  forty minutes later than from Nelson station.)  KASLO AND SLOCAN.  Passenger and mail (daily except Sun-    Leavo.     Arrive,  days), from Kaslu for Whitewater,  *McGuiK!in,  Three   Forks,   Sandon  and Cody 8.00 a.m.   3..05 p.m.  I'assenger and mail (dailv exeepl, Sunday), from Sandon for ICaslo. ��� 1.15 p.m. 10.10 a.m.  " STEAMBOAT TIME-TABLES.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC.  (IIOATS I.I'AVK llAI.I.-.S'1'ltKKT WIIAKI'')  Steamer ICokanee (daily except Sun-    Lcuvr.     Arrive.  days), for Kokmioi: ('reek, lialfour.  Pilot Hay. Ainsworth and Ivnsln 1.00 p.m. ll.30a.nl.  Steamer    Alnyio   (leaves    Mondays,  Wedni silays,   Fridays and  arrives  Tuesdays." Thursdays,  Saturdays),  for JCootenay Landing, where eon-  nect.ion is made with Crow's Nest,  Pass railway 8.00 a.m.   (i.50 p.m.  KOOTKNAY HA I LAVA Y AND NAVIGATION CO.  . (itOATS I.KAVK 1IAM.-STKKKT W1IAUK)    -  Steamer International (daily exeopt    Leavo.     Arrive.  Sundays), for Kokanee ('reck, Hal-  four.   Pilot   Hay,  Ainsworth   and  Kaslo 4.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.  MAILS   WILL   CLOSE   AT  ON  NELSON  1S!H),  arbitrators   being unable  the  said   two  or  failing   to  arbitrator for  ..���appointment,  s.truc$i0ueh;^  ^soh", sipdYsh/ilfe^ariy"., (ptestipii ittrisc��� (tig to  "JAweiilYe^  YeVl;*^ftutui'^  eiigfucci:'.shall lfii$,e .tl^ power to decide*),  Yujtoii saM���nquV$.tVnX,..a,LKl^^ .ifhalf  ^etynVlf^^  VlJeYvIed.'ljrOni-as hcr^iniiift^ifinentioue?!". ���   :-  > llkfihe.'.-abpliCiults" ".s]fai]��*".be7li;C'b)| -.fori  ^; ;^s t*f.,:i,'1','-* i. y\.r.". ���& iV"/-!' ���"."nc>f7 ��J{|  ���and:, shall. iiidenii)'rfy"^tJre'-.��eni.*6y":��f*ol'.''..km.  'dani:ni)vgeS;aC'isjng lOlit,.0f\$nC.1cn6h"gti!iie|i(in[i7  aoi",,operat:in;g .of tlifeii* .railway.. _, n ;-. .  *    By "fl ihp ". "appficayuis ."Smply*" Avrtlr-.'-ttfe  prbs-isjoiis of tiiis b5r-laAv and sljali���cjpei--  "alj^'tife'salcl liije cflinles' of ���railjWaJf-.ui ac-  cBrdahcexviph thc-'sa.ipejtiiQy ��sli"-jj"I.-bdcir-  ..titled' t0 ehjoy the i'i'g:hts>'.and .jSiiVilefees  g-rantecl tinder tills bydiMY'-excliisi'V''nely fdr  the���t.CjMh of thirty-fi\*e .(^D'J/yeiJ.iJs^.fihd at  the expiration thereof the city Of kelson  ���lhayou, giving  one year's  notice  before  the fexpiry  ofthe  said term, of tjroir iiu  -ten .tioii=-to=do=so j={| ss uf ft e=-tl i e=0Avnershli3=  of the said railA\'a.y and personal property  in  cojuiection thercAvith  of CA'ery kind  .and desbription upon iiayinOnt of the full  A'aiijc of tlie same, inciuding the valuc> of  any������pavemenl* made or done by or at the  expense of tlie itpjilicants��� to be detei'min-  6d  by  itr.bitration, and in   consideration  such.   A-alue   the  franchise,   rights   and  privileges .granted under this by-hiAV, and  "tlie revenue" .profits and dividends derived.or likely* .to be derived,.are not to be  taken into consideration, but the arbitral  tors are to consider only the actual value  of   the   actual   and   tangible Yprojierty,  plants, cquipinents  and AVorks connected  with and  necessary  to the  Operation of  the said   raihvay, including   such   pavements, if liny, and   after   tlie end  of the  .said term of said  thirty-five  years  the  city shall ha ve the ri.gl.it at the end of each  succeeding  five  years  to  take  OArer, assume and purchase the said  lines of rail-  A\*ay and raihvay   system, and   all   tlie  plants,  appliances   and   other   property  connected   therewith   upon   the    terms  'hereinafter mentioned, provided for as to  arbitration, and  the  notice  required  in  such case shall be one (.1) year,  and until  such assumption and'purchase the rights  and privileges are to  be extended  to the  applicants, beyond    the   said  period   of  thirty-five   years,   aiid   subject   to   the  terms and conditions herein contained.  9. After the expiration of fifteen years  of the said thirty Tfh*e years thecity of  Nelson may for fifteen years thereafter  at any time on gh'ing one year's notice  of their intention to do so, assume the  OAvnership of the railway and all real, and  personal property in. connection with the  Avorking- thereof of- every kind and description as a going: .concern, upon payment of the full value of the .same, including the value of the pavement made  or done by or at the expense of the applicants, to bo.determined-- by arbitation,  agree upon the said third  one week after tlieir said  or the,appointment of one of them who  was last appointed then such third arbitrator shall be chosen and appointed  by the chief, justice for the time being of  the supreme court for the province of  .'British-Columbia., or in the event of the  chief justice being sick, absent from the,  prop nee^oi^o.thcr^  A ly An y. ;pei:sOi i/cM  iijuy.sA^vy  $i/i.fhiiei^ilf$]i^  tJ3.iQh. .rccm^i^ticjjl;lje,fpi"'"e:"tlie. citiV*��� "pol-i'c:c."  nniJ|;Rtrautc,"��tl]e '���.*iBn1';i",vf6:i70r. anyQp^ticp, pr  n'Ustjikes ofii'li'e-.p^  to a. iii.ie,,ncJjb.ex;C0e(liiVgY$"2l:| i'ii|d.;co"fts�� "iyi*  eaeli7<)*;|c,nepii*i'id(-iti'Ydef'lultsSxl! pilyhiciit"  i of^hp.-*-!a&l'"^ tcjrlpiC iij'tpri'spu-s  ;"'l|('l. ��i if^ah;y��'poTifccJj^a��idh'*Oi^  m ������ihe,. said -city-tor ;i<4ie)'ioDds:;iiot 'pgcfrxklf n  iug.iAveiity-'oi.iC' (la^ns, uifjei^^ii'cli p6"nalt>>,'��  aiiclVcostS'Sh'alihitVebeeii sterner paid.  _12. 'TliC cityAA-ill<j.;ui:th"g - tlie Ctiirrency  of.itlris agrecineixt,1.1 ot grant imy permit"  or franchise to -any ])erson Qr petrous, p*r��,  , corporation, for-^lie operation' of a^sfcre.et':  , j-iilAN-ay system-in, 1?LCe'cLl)*y, ox h\ ai'iy \vay;\  authorise the ccmstritctlou of a (<ktffee$  1'jiilway systeiii by any otlier pei'Soiiol''  persons or Corporation.  13. The city hereby consent to this by-  JiayJjehj^^g=ra,ti fi ecj J;^^y_theJ.egi slatxuiO^oL  the proA-ince of l^ritisli Coltunbia, and so  long as the applicants comply AVith tlie  terms of this' by-laAV AVill.iiot, consent to,  nor approA*eof, (jf confirm, or in any way  assist any other party or conipany or  corporathm in obtaining from the I'ejjis-  Tature any rights or prh'ileges to enter  Upon or occupy any of the streets of the  city of Nelson for the purpose of operate  ing a street railway system. The cost of  legislation to be paid by the applicants;.  11. AH rights and privileges raider  tins by-law may be transferred to and  become A'ested Iti a eoiiipany to be formed ami originated: by the ilppiicauts and  their associates,unci such transfer and all  benefits alid obligations arising under  this by-law shall be transferred to the  company, which shall hereupon become  and be liable in the place of the applicants  for the proper carrying out and fulfilment of this by-law;  lo. A contract embodying the provisions hereof, and a covenant on the  part of the applicants to conform to and  fulfil all the matters and provisions hereby required of thenl, shall be drawn and  shall be executed by the city and the ap:  pliCiints Avithin tAvelve weeks from the  passing of this by-laAV.  10. In this by-law the expression "city"  shall mean the city of Nelson; "city  council" the city, council of "the city of  Nelson, and the word "applicants" shall  include, refer to and be in every way  binding upon the applicants, their'-and  each of their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns where named and  mentioned in connection Avith the Avord  " applicants," wherever the same occur  in this by-laav, and shall also Avheuever  referred to.be binding in every way-upon  a company.to. bo formed and organized,  by the applicants and their associates.  I.)one-aiid passed in council at'the city  of  Xclson,  the day  of A. J)., 1.8!)!).  AND   AK'I'KH    MONDAY,   APRIL    21th,  AS   KOI.LOWS:  For ICuskonook, Creston, Moyie, Cranbrook.  'Fori Sieele, Korniu, mid all points on Crow's  Ne-t Pass railway on Sundays, Tuesdays and  Thursdays at  8:'H)a.ni,  l��'or Slocan City, Silverton, New Denver, llose-  heiy, Alamo, Three Koi'ks and Sandon, at Sr'iOn.m.  Kor all points on Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway, Hosslaud. Spokane, Vietoriu, Vancouver,  AVinnipeK, and all points in the United States  and Fastern Canada at .8:l.*i a.m.  For Kokanee, Balfour, i'ilot Hay, Ainsworth,  and ICaslo at .1:00 p.m.*-  For ltoliKou, Trail, Hosslaud, Nakusp, Heyel-  stoke. Araneouver, Winiiipet;. and all points  enst and west on the Canadian J^acino railway at  .(i:00 p.m...  OFFICE   HOURS.  ThepostofUee is open from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. every day.....  The general delivery wickets arc open from 8 a.m. till 8  p.m. every day except Sundays. The registration wicket,  is open from S:.'i0 n.in. till 7 p.m.   The money order and  savings bonk wieketis open from 0a.m. until 1 p.m.  J. A. GILKKH. Postmaster.  EARLY   CLOSING   NOTICE.  We. the undersigned retail merchants of the city of  Nelson, hereby agree to close our respective places of  business at seven o'clock each evening, except Saturday  nights and the nights proceeding statutory and civic  holidays, and also to keep our places of busines'i (dosed  oil Sundays and on a'l legal holidays. This agreement  to take ellect from May 1st, 1S!W.  P. HUH.NS & CO  AVEST KOOTENAY   BUTCHKIt CO  .1. A. GILKER  G. O. BOSS  11. N. HENDR1C1CSON  ��� .  .1. F. AVE1H  1). McAimiUR & CO  .1. J. WALKER  lo  ���yy��f.y3,''->FR.ED:.L7SQ,U>1UK  ," ."�����AfS^Y7-*��l^Y���K'Ii:H.i/AN,I)��& CO    ' -----  ^*"'*.�� 3'",.."Y^,N.ELS0N7KURN1TURE CO  y-lk\   ���"��"*;7t;-n:EO.*J:'��M0'l'.IQN ���   ���-  ".���"\��y\%y .��������*:VF.::nYLo.\5ii*iWNG" *-  .   -*    -���-  -,.  y ""=����� ���,. ���; y"iii,%xvx-Auo.K imos  *  -   ���--   *  -  y..''y*y"J'i'y-"AiZGy,SUASV.-y --  ,' (': -J*;��-��� \y-j- ���XlVDK\: 'PITSWOllTH & CO  .. ."..; ">.iM*n *"*"TH.E0.'?-M,A'J)SON o  '"tfi8.te^":a".Y"�����9.iAitEr);iR,v,iNE.-r& co        -- - -       ���-.  '   '."   ���"���.    ���" ���   .aiAR'l'iNAP'HEILLV & CO  4  �����"J"\��   .'" ���KMOHY"'&.;W'iVLLEY     .  """���"y.~l ..   ' . W.Ani��C)J0j'$:."MILLl''i:  .   "���    '     .".".". -.tIW-MVIV.INC.ENT.,,   -.    '   -.,  ������ :"- ����� .���     .- ."XyAyXKyvAO&stO^.yflfl. -y--\<�� J-s-'.��  .. a.    -,/.�������� =-"ic.l.ltl.Cl^TRI:CI<;&nV5ILS0N:B"- i.-.?.%f  ���    ���      p M.-jHmiwisjcx.&woy ���-���.:;". "���   -7,'-,  ..=,".. lAIOHHISO.SY&'iiCALn.WlELL/,." ������  -    ...  ���   SLi i-jiji lOfBHOs��: ;-v.-:;-.;..; - - "���     ��'  . ."/iniOMS0NYSTiVI5lQNKRV.'GO.",,LTD�����" "-=  .  ". -   ."~NdCEDANnS.��110K"EMR01tIUMY".7"   #"  '������i-,.li..ICnVHAY"��"*7 r- v* ��"sy\\^ p-'r:  "���������:��� .'���,���' " ���.TY.in;���SG*ANLA,X"����� .  ��'���".. .'���"���!;���. :��4.  ���'    ��� . ��� .IIUDS0N;,S;BAY..C07  ". .-.     ... ��     .�������"?���'  Yv '���"' sY I ?,S\9Qli!D"G."y.I;'.HY'rY. "--.y y:":"(<:.".;��: c  ^yZI".LOnDiG^^EElDlSGSf' "���"' J���'-'-'" "'>�����  *^NnlGiH,TS��;0FYKYTHri.S^els6u; Lodgo,,;kb^.2,%,��  X^--u Knights of I?ythias,"ineets in J. 'O^'.O.*K;Hall,cbf iVer7*'  ,lMk<5feaYiud,JCoptcnay"sti:i5ots,voyery .Tue��day".ev*e.ii,iifg;ai;.��s  8 o'clock:." yiJ^iting, Knights "cornjiilfy invited "to Attendi,  _. IQ," ffB'lgNC.B; .Qi-Qy. ,��, ..." Y GyROSg- Ipf iC-tj, $,.?y*  ~.$:ELso'n :LbbGU".'^bY2^  ������ssocdnd AyedneBday iii each mohth7,7SojouruiiYg..,  *, bretliferi'invite'di "  ���        ������ "*"  } ��� -   .   PROFESlfQN-AL   CARDS?   "      -��� ��� 7  A    H: :HOrj)ICH--Analnytical Chcmi^fe.aiul Atfaliyor.  s  *rr"_    Victoi'ia.stircet.'N'elsbii.., _   _ .       ���       "������  ESV,ATif&, "OAlikVi���Arcii'itecfs.   Rooms 7 aiid'8 Ab-'"'  ." oideen block. Bitkbif street .Nelson. *  HOANE-^Ai'chitoct mid artist:   Brokeifliill   Block..-.  ���. npxt dOor to Nblspn library.  ��� ���-���tor^sale:^���  HOUSK and three lots,'Nos. 5, 0. and 7, Block 10. Mill .  street, Nelson. B. G.   For" full particu'ars apply to-  A. Manson, Grove JTptol. near Fort Sheppard station.  AVILL 11V ITFiLO \T  SI LVIRtaH, B.G.  IN*   PRIZES  ABH1DGViD PRO.GIIAMMB  HORSE  Fre|-foi--all .  Slocan race,  Pony race..  RACES  1st Prize 2nd Prize :  . . . .,$200     $IOO  ������������    75       25  ....    50       25  Caledonian   Sports  PURSES   AMOUNT   TO   $500 * -i  Gold Medal for Best All-Round Atle'lete: .  DRILLING CONTEST FOR $^00  ...    MATCH GAME OF BASE BALL  Y'-"    ' HOSKRKEL RACE  GRAND    BALL -i  For Further Particulars Apply to Secretary, Silverton, B.C.  ii^B^^al^*i*B^Wi^-*^-tM4JfJ-''^*"  ���^���*��-s^��j*5-* THE  TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY 0,  1890.  3  Capital;  Rest,  ���-all paid  up.  $12,000,000  y#,000,000  LOUD STHATHCONA AND  MT.  (Ion. GKO. A. DRUMMOND   K   S. CLOUSTON   HOYAL, President   Vioo-Profildont  .. .General Manager  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  NEBSON       RKANCIIKS IN       LONDON  (England).   NEW  YORK.   OHIOAGO  and in t.liu principal cIMoh in Canada.  Huy and sell Sterling  Bxohango and Cable Transfers  OHANT COMMKHCIAI. ANII TKAVKI.I.KUS' CltHIDITS,  available in any part- of tlio world.  DRAFTS I8SUKI1    COI.LKCTION8 MADK; KTO.  SAVINGS' BANK BRANCH.  CUURKNT RATE OK INTKRBST PAID  "MILKED"-BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC.  It is iiot much Avonder* that the Intercolonial  railway  1ms- not paid expenses,  i'or it has been "milked"-by the Canadian'  Pacific under a one-sided traffic arrange-*  inent. ir Tlie ��� Dominion, government   has  decided, according to a semi-official intimation, to terminate, on the 1st of July,  ���next,  the   arrangement by    which  the  Canadian Pacific Raihvay Company exercises itt present running rights OArer the  Intercolonial. railway 7betAveen StJ John  .and Halifax.    By  this arrangement,  the  Canadian Pacific has tlie free use of tlie  "two hundred  and   seventy-five miles of  -the Intercolonial track between the capi-.  tal of NeAV BrunsAvick and: that of Nova  .'Scotia for  its  through  trains,.^and3 the  iright to gather traffic for its oavu system  'along "this  great  line  running  through  the most populous parts of the Maritime,  ���proA'Jnees, aim} at alone Vapparently, has  the right to solicit traffic,"either passen-  ���ger or freight    In retiiru) for these immensely valuable privileges,  the Gaua-  ���dian  Pacifiq.haiids. ovet'Tthe receipts for  the purely local  traffic  Avhieh it carries  to  the  Intercolonial.    The  goArernnient,  Avhieh owns and controls the Intercolonial,  maintains the line,  of course.    This  arrangement Avas an exceedingly fa/vor-  ablc  one for the  Canadian Pacific company, inauiuuch as it resulted,  in effect,  in' the. Intercolonial  receiving .only tho  receipts for'the local traffic and the Canadian Pacific company commanding all,  or- nearly all;  the through ,,tranicy both  passenger and local..   When the arrangement/ avus* made,  tlie  Intercolonial rail-  Ayay only  reached Point LeA'is, and.any  traffic it could gather from the  Maritime  provinces'.for. distribution-  along   this  /route   Avas   exceedingly   small.    It   had  connection  Avith - the*; Grand . Trunk   at  Point Levis, but-by thispreciousarrangement the   agents   of   the- Intercolonial  alongits oavu line between St. John and  Halifax Avere .debarred .from" soliciting  traffic in competition Avith the Canadian  Pacific Company.  ItJs little Avondcr'if the Intercolonial  railAvay, under such-an1 arrangement; became almost a negligible quantity in.-the  problem .of Maritime- proATince and  through transportation, though nominally a splendid line. When the Laurier  administration assumed the reins of goA'ernment, it found this; arrangement in  force, but it was terminable at the end  of a year's .no���tice. . The  goA'eiuinent. do-  Is r*ow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, ll. S., Atlin,, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yuk,or* District.  carrying of the local traffic by the preceding Canadian Pacific train.    Yet that  is   the  benefit it is supposed  to receive  from the Canadian Pacific, in return for  the valuable running rights given by the  Intercolonial over its tracks.     The Canadian Pacific has, of course, traversed  the  line from St. John toMoncton, only about  ;oighty-oiie miles,doing the business for  -the Intercolonial, but, arriving as the Intercolonial train  does, a few hours later,  an Intercolonial  train has  to be run between Moncton and St. John for the  accommodation of its passengers going that  Avay.    So that the only saving to the Intercolonial, from the arrangement Avhieh  giAres the  Canadian Pacific free running  rights over tAvo hundred aiid seventy-five  miles of its track, is that of a train from  St. John to Moncton,  a ��� distance, as  Ave  have  seen, of eighty-One hides.    The effect of the government's policy of terminating the present arrangements with  the Canadian Pacific 'railway on the 1st  of July would, it appears,  therefore, bo  to. give the Intercolonial command of the  through traffic of the Maritime proA'iuces  north and- east of  St. John.    It is  probable, . however," that- itYvill be found in  the interests  of both   the   government  .���management  of*the Intercolonial and of  the . Canad iau; Pacific * Rairway Company  to agree upon  a neAV aud less one-sided  arrangement than, that Avhieh has hitherto been  in   existence1���one   Avhieh   Avill  leaAre  the  Intercolonial  the business  of  its own-lines and au interest in deArelop-  iug that business, Avhile, for a fair compensation, giving : the Canadian  Pacific  running  rights   OArer the   line- betAveen  Halifax aiid St.  Jolm, and enabling it to  Avork* up its  through Canadian business  independent of American ports.  MAKING    AND   CARING   OF    LAWNS.  An American -tourist, once asked the  gardener at an English uniA'crsity Iioav  the perfect lawns had been made. _ "It's  Avas the  reply : ="We first  t"et;ihiiied  to lilaK^  the line,  AVhiqh had  long been iv liiige' bill of expense to the  people,  a paying li*iie, 'if possublej aiid at  Jleast.4hey=c0ultl^gi-A>e^itsavchance^of==be--  .p'oiiiing.suchby cancelling the unjust ar-  l-angdment. YMi'. ;OBlair,.Vthe minister of  iMJways-vahd -Canals, rtccordinglj**, gaAre  the year's JiOtification, and proceeded to  make arrangements to extend the Inter-  . colonial railway to Montsreal, Avith the ill?  -.tiniate purpose of making that line the  ��� carrier, if possible, of the thi'ougli traffic  -of the Maritime provinces and central  and Avestern Canada. At Montreal-, the  government could'hope to make better  ��� connection arrangements With the Grand  'Trunk, the Canadian Pacific, or   other  lines Avhicli might {'each1 Montreal thaw  :it.could hope to do Avhile Point Levis AA'as  .the Avesterhtermiiial of the line. When  tlio year' AVas up, last July, the goA'crn-  Inellt found that it Avas not. then prepared to take over the local business of the  Maritime provinces, and the arrangement  with the Canadian Pacific, someAvhat  modified,-,.Avas' extended for another year.  During that year, the Intercolonial  has been firmly established in Montreal,  and it appeal's not improbable that arrangements 7 haA-e been made Avith the  Grand" Trunk and the Canada ^Atlantic  and Parry Sound raihvays, Avhieh will be  of great benefit to the Intercolonial railAvay and the people: of ���������both the Maritime  and central provinces of Canada. The  AA'orkiug of the arrangement Avith the  Canadian Pacific is shoAVii by the present  train services of the Intercolonial and  the Canadian Pacific. Trains of both  companies start out from Montreal,  about the same hour eArery eArening, and  the Canadian Pacific, going by \xvay of  St. John, arrives at Moncton a iexv hours  before the Intercolonial, and precedes it  all the Avay���a hundred and eighty-six  miles���to Halifax. The Intercolonial,  running its oaa'u trains over the route  immediately behind the Canadian Pacific  train, sayes little, if any thing, either of  Avear  and tear or InotiA'e poAver by the  this, Ayay,= sir  rolls, 'em i'or a couple o' 'uiidred years  and then" AveY.Avaters 'em, fbr niaybo  another couple 6' 'undred years an' then  Aveclips'em for mayberanqther couple q'  --'uiidred years, an' by: that time they look  about as you see 'em iioav."  , That does very Avell for England, but  our people cannot afford to Ayaitior  the passage of ages until their laAvns are  perfection. Nor is it necessary if they'  AA'ill. but" fqlloAV* the feAV hints giA'en  beloAvi ...  .It is seldom that sufficient care is taken  in the-making of a lawn. The house is  built, the debris is cleared- away, an'inch  or tAvo of good soil is scattered o\'er and  the sod laid thereon. The owner thinks  that that is all that is required, and is  surprised Avhen, iii spite of his care, the  laAvn does not prosper.  If more care was bestoAved on the making of the Iiiavu less care would be required to keep it, and better insults  Avould accrue.  No laAvn will-contain a fresh, and green ,  appearance unless, the: soil  is good and  1 there must be plenty of it.    I  av/ouIci  re-  cJonimGrid everyone to place a layer "of  ^roin-six-to^eiglit^nclleSriit^lQaSt^oIi^the^  ground   before   putting   doAA'ii the sod.  Indeed I -prefer-a footVof good earth niy-  ��self; and iii making the laAvns in the vari-  oiisparks and squares in this city I endeavor  to have  rather' more than less.  Many  may think  this  superfluous, biit  the results will amply repay them for the  extra trouble and cost.  Upon this foundation of good earth  thevturfsliould be laid, extreme Care being taken to see that the latter is free  from Weeds. Tlie season for laying' the  sod -will depend on circumstances, but if  laid iu the fall I Avould. recommend October, or NoArember. If tho work is done  iu the Spring it should be completed  sufficiently long before the dry season to  allow the turf to get roothold, otherAvise  the season is lost and the Iiiavu Avould  soon become unsightly. The turf should  be laid as soon as possible after being cut  and evenly beaten dOAvn Avith a pounder.  This Avill not produce a level surface, but  Avill close up the cracks. Next run a  heavy roller over the Avhole.  Duringthefirst summer the laAvn should  not be moAved too closely, for if a dry  season occur it will most likely suffer if  cut too frequently and too closely. Another' important thing to remember is  that if it is necessary to Avater it, it is  far better to soak thoroughly than to  sprinkle frequently.  A laAvn may be made otherAvise than  by laying turf. It may be made by seeding. The best season for this is in April  or the beginning of May, as the Aveather  Ave get then is generally ftworable for  the germination of the seeds. The ground  should be prepared for sowing in the  same Avay as Avhen turf is to be laid. It  must be made solid by treading' and rolling and then raked to a perfectly level  surface. On this soav the : seeds evenly  and then rake them Avelf in, after Avhieh  roll  thoroughly.    The  sOAving  must be  done on a calm clay or it will be impossible to distribute the seeds evenly. The  varieties of grasses to be sown depend  greatly upon the situation. The seedsman from whom the seeds are procured  Avill give the proper kind if told of the  location and surroundings. 1 avou Id not  advise the use of clover for small lawns.  In many cases it Avill kill out some of the  grass, and the chances are that next  Avinter's frost will kill the clover and the  lawn will only be half covered.  No lawn can he properly kept without  a certain   amount  of  care.    Where   the  soil is poor it is necessary to ripen   Avith  some kind of fertilizer.     If the lawns are  extensive  nothing   is  better  (luring the  Avinter months   than   a  top  dressing of  avo 11 rotted manure. But when the lawns  are .small and run up under the windows  1 cannot too strongly condemn   the practice of-dumping manure upon   them.    It  would not be so bad if a thoroughly rotted  compost was put on   late   in   the   fall   or  during the early Avinter, but many people  make the mistake of covering their lawns  at this season of the year or earlier Avith  a quantity of fresh stable manure.    This  can be seen  in  dozens  of places iii  the  city, and it  is  both  unsightly and disagreeable.      Moreover���and   this  is   the  most   important    thing  to  remember���  those   Avho   so  cover tlieir laAvns   with  fresh stable manure are almost certain to  fill their lawns Avith Aveecls.    A far easier,  cheaper and cleaner Avay to stimulate the  laAv'n is to obtain from your seedsman  a  small quantity of one of the numerous ,  artificial manures Avhicli can be applied at  any time through  the  summer-months  .and answer the same  purpose as rotted  manure.     The quantity used Avill depend  upon  tlie  size    of   the    Iiiavu   and   the  strength of the fertilizer.     In the majority cases directions are given as to .their  use.   A splendid fertilizer for light soils  is made up of one part of  ordinary land  plaster mixed with tAvo parts of salt.  One of the causes of poor Iiiavus in this  city, and, no doubt elseAvhercy is the  looseness Avith Which.the trees are planted on lawns and bouleA'ards. The foliage  in many places is so dense : that neither  grass nor anything else caii tluive. If  people Avould cut out and thin the trees  better results Avould be obtained. We  all knoAV that there is a great deal of  sentiment regarding trees. I, for one,  believe in planting them thickly, but I  also bclieA'0 in romcrving them as soon  as necessary. There nre many instances  Avhere it is iiuulA-isable to prune the  trees so that grass Avill groAv beneath  them.. In such cases 1 avouIcI ..recoup  mend' the planting of some.of the varieties of periAvinkle, oi-glechonia, or ground  ivyV if the V.latter is used it Avill be  necessary to see, that it docs not 'spread  on to.theYla,wii,- where-it Avill giver as  liiuch trouble as dandelion.        .-   ' 7  - A very common mistake in cutting-  laAvns is to-set the blades of the machine  .too Ioav. By- this means the roots are  often cut, and,in dry weather are certain  to burn. Another, bad' consequence of  ovcr-cJose-cutting.is that it kills the more  tender A*:arieties of- grass. 1 avou Id ad-  A'ise all not to cut^the grass very-close in  the fall. It is better to leave it a little  long so as to protect the roots, even if  the dead grass has to be raked off in the  spring.  If. any avoccIs appear���such as dandelions, plantains, etc.���they should be  promptly cut out or they Avill quickly increase, entailing no end of Avork in after  years, and in all probability the Iiiavu  aa*1II have to be dug up. and resoded.  Dandelions particularly increases A-ery  rapidly Avliere a mowing machine without  a grass collector is used, as the flower  heads' are throAVii all Over the laAvn and  the seeds aahII sooil 'yftgetate and, grow in-  HOTEL   ARRIVALS  QUICKN'S.  S.nnnol I.nvutt, P lo!. Hnv     1.1. Williii]iii=.  O. II   J.:iii'(lc:i, I 'Hot. Hay        | .la  lib* AIE,  J. M. "Martin, Itossluml  .Sanilui-.-  Now Denver  N'W   JJUIIVLM-  \Vnlt,rrTtiylor,Kat. I '(irlagi;,  Alan  IT. .1. Sullivan, Tiironto  X. I'arliiiK. Arn.iu:((iivcr  V. W. .St-urlhiK. Toroiiio  'i'tien. Srliwedzur and wife,  N'orllipnrL  K  K. KluuUit, Ki-anco  H. ri. Junkiiis, Winnipeg  li. Gordon, Victoria  0. II. ICnmRiiy,  Aranoonvor  T. H. 1)�� rev, Trom, Lako  K. ..Aliuisltelil, A'ioloriu  A. "Vkirin, Ka^lo  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  .AIADDKN.  .Al. .Inlins n, Slocan City  M. ('. MniiiiKlmn, I'oonnnn  mine  Kilvvanl Cont in. St.. Laurent  Lake  S. Keith, Montana  T. CI. .lolmson, Slocan .iniic-  t ioa  Albert Coul iu, St. Laurent  Luke  PHAIR.  Ji. JJ. Stunrt, ltossland  II. C. Sword, Uo-sland  ,1. Ji. (j'irdwood. Uos land  II. It. .lollllSlOllC, IIOhKlllllll  C. JI. Cowper-Coles, Holland  S. 0. liidotil., WoFs'.-iiiil  II. Invii\ Itosslani  .Al. ("ronke. Kussluiiil  Mrs.     .AleWillinm,    liuvel-  st-iilce  V. .1. Jackson, Trail  K. V. Unci well, A'ietoria  E. N'. 1'cll, Al.liabn.sca  ���Stuart Tod. Sloean City  11. H. Herk*. Victoria  W. A  SLunrt, Spokane  .1. K. Seiikin. ltossland  T. li. Hill,  Vaneonvor  H. Cliapnuiii, Victoria  Vi. (I. Warren, ltossland  N; I'':Town-end, ltossland  O. K. Townsend,  ltossland  II. C. linker. Kossland  V. Wilkin, ltossland  S. Oviiurlon, lio-sloiid  \'i. O't-rien, Hosslaud     '        I  GRAND CENTRA];.  .1. P. Tiirnlill. Arrowhead    I K. F. Kisli. Robson  W. llarvoy, Robson | Charles Iiarvoy, lirooklyn  ROArAL.  ft  B  DRESS GOODS  PLAID GINGHAMS  New ptitterns  at  10, 121,  ii nd 20 cents per yard.  K  ;>.  SWISS SPOT MUSLIN  20. and   :$()   cents  At  per  12i, ir>.  yartl.  B  B  B  B  FANCY DRESS COODS  per yard, worth  At  i)0 cents.  DRESS PATTERNS  All-wool Pepper, latest shades  at $1 each.  PRINTS  Fast colors at 7i,  cents per yard.  12.1  and  L. Hills, Souris, Man  T. E. Secloy, Alexandria  D. J. R. AVill aniH, Wales  0  Cal.  A. W.  S'JLVEIt  M. TlioniFon, Sacto City,  Ilurkhart, Spokane.  CI;UJ}  KING.  T.  Mitchell,  dian  Royal  C'an.v  .1. Jlrydon,-Trail  .Icilin Loftus, Trail  II. Sharp, Jtosslund  J. T. McOann, Uossland  E. W. Ilradshaw, Rossland  BROCADE DRESS GOODS  At $1 a dress pattern, no two  alike.  PLAID DRESS GOODS  At 20 cents per yard.  ALL-WOOL SERGE  At .'30 cents per yard.  WHITE PIQUE  At IH and .'Jo cents per  W  ���M  ir, W  ��  *&  yard.  MARTIN O'REILLY & CQ.  ^  %e  TheTremont Motel  IVIALONE & TREGILLUS  BANK  OP  B. C.  BUILDING,   NELSON.  ^e:��:��:^^^^:��*:^:^-.^.  TEEMS   CASH  M  and  PUOPIUKTOllS  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALAVAYS 0\T IIANO  One of the best and most p'pp-  v   ular hotels in Nelson/   '  % HOTEL  .HAKKK STllKKT. NKLSON-.  THESE  GOODS we are  "     bound to sell wliile  they remain the pattern,s-  of the season,.    We prefer -to mark fhem down.  n,ow, an,d let our regular  customers  have the advantage of l\\e cut, rather th,ai| have a slaughter  sale some  months  later  to rnake  room  for  n,ew  goods.    Our  display   of  Rugs  and  Art   Squares  is  the  finest. ever seen  in, ;Kooten,ay.    Th,ey are  received^direct from the-  eastern importers so that  in   buying from ��� us you  are    virtually    reaching  headquarters.  When Advertised  At "Auction Prices" should be  auction price means the highest  purchaser can be induced to pay  New Spring Designs  left  alone. i.'Aii  price which*'the  In Axininsters of the best quality, Avitli or Avitli'ont  borders. British and Canadian makes.  Brussels and Velvet Pile  Suitable for drivwing-rooius, dining-rooms, 'halls or  stairs, Avith or Avithout borders.  Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,  Union   art   squares,   Japanese  Smyrna and Tccuinseh rugs.  .squares   and   rugs,  40 Different Styles  Of!   baby carriages   and   go-carts   tq   select   from.  Rattan chairs and rockers.   *  Furniture of all Kinds  Is advancing,  sent   to   the  and   notice .'to  trade   by" all.  this  effect "has been  large.' inami factufers.  JIavingin large stock on liand avc avIH  be able to  Heated with Hot Air and  'Lighted-' by Electricity  Large  comforlalilo  bedrooms nnd   first-class  (lining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES   &2   -*e:E:E*i   *D_A_-5r  Mrs.  E.  C.   CLARKE,  Prop.  Late of the I loyal Hotel, Calgary,  TiO 'strong plants*  Big Demand foe Copper Stock.  Associated  Press.  New York, May 5.*���It Avas announced  in Wall street today that '"subscriptions:  for the Amalgamated Copper Company's  stock Avoukl be allotted upon the basis of  20 per cent of the subsci'iptionsi Tlie  stock was over subscribed, more than live  times.  r*T  continue to quote  better  competitors.       Wc  furniture on the way.  figures tlian any of'our  also    three carloads   of  D. yMcARTHUR & MO.  Corner Baker and Ward Streets, Nelson. - ;    .,,-..    -���.���',  j^ Burns &���M  WnOLKSAI.K   AND   KICI'AIL  fj. 0. fjUME, Manager.  Tltc fliipst, jjolcl iir Die interior.  Lar#e sanii'lo rpoins.   Slpahi lieatnnd electric light.  GOUNKa OF VVAUO AND VKJJN'OX STS., KIOLSON?  BAKKU AND AVAHD STKffiKTS, }*MIjSO'N  :Wh'Q.losale_Mar_l(BJ:s_iat7Jjgl��gni. RbsslandjSandonandJCraeriwoodi   RETAIL   STORES  AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Yriiir, Raslo,   New* Denver,  Saiidon,. 'Silver ton j ���J@asca8e  City, "Gr.ind  Forks,   Midway, Grcerrwood' aiid'Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  O,  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND'SiEiEOi'Mi'i:TS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  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 E? p  .'������   : Importers of Shelf and Heavy Hardware.' ... 7  MARA & JlAKNAIU) BLOCK. BAKKIl;ST.. NKLSON  The only hotel in Nelson that, has remained under one  management sinco lS'M.        Q  The bod-rooms aro well furnished and Ijfjhtcd by  electricity.  The dining-room is tiotsecond to any in Kootomty.  Tho bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADPKN, Proprietor.  HOTEL  -Two and a lialf miles up the Outlet from Nelson.  QDl7PTArnPT]?Q.     sPrinS Chickens, Fresh, Cream,  OrilUlAljllrJO.      Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of which arc from the ranch belonging to the hotel  A pleasant place to spend afternoons,  enjoy delicacies that cannot, bo obtained  evenings and  in hotels or  restaurants at Nolson.   Good sUibling.   Open day and  night.   Can be reached by cither road or water.  WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Klcctric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL.   VICTORIA  J. V. PKRIvS,-Proprietor  Free bus moeUs all trains  ��� Rpupklrikp ' R   R  Hourly street car to station , _'   . nBVBiaiURB,  V. U.  BaKer Street, jHelson   E. G. TRAVll, Manager  ORDKRS BY MAIL UECIfil^K C'ARKKUL AND PROitl^T A'lTKNTION.  PRICES RIGHT.  SEE THEM  200 Pairs Lace Curtains  Brass Rods, 0 Screens,  Easels, and Towel Ring's  The newest thing* in PICTURES, with or without frames.  Another big car;furniture on the way.  Nelson Furniture  Co  b^-kzek street, west, osrEX-soisr        . ���   .  9 THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,  MAY (i,   1800.  Do Ybu  to Dyel  >  If so, remember we can supply you  with the necessary material and full  instructions how to make a clean job  of it. We carry a full line of Diamond   Dyes   and  Maypole  Soap   Dyes  U/. p. Jeetzel & Qd  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS. NELSON _^^  Neck Dressings  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, Avhite and colored, and  all   other   fixings   at   moderate   prices at  Gil    1/ CD    THE UP-TO-DATE  I L. JVC. ri       FURNISHER, NELSON  MORE than half the people in  Nelson live to the east of Josephine  y . " street^ttl^n^  . - groceries an'd^fi-ufts^ at^he;:E.A��T.Y&ME?- iQ^vP*^^^^  and   pay casii3-t1i��y?"Will  ^alve^."m:Qjx#.in  twp   \\i:ky��;, "fcamely,, 2C! ip��"e>  cent onV theVpfcfcF^^^ si#"!f��Yp:Gi:/e4hl."'oit':tlie*  ,  wear .and- tc|t^"o|��� shoe"leaVhe>V��" "������".������'      . "y .y  .- fe%^Jto'ESE^  -    -"    .EAS'iy.ENJ>;G^OgERV.STOR.E; "j  West Block, .BaKeE.-Sfeeet jE'asj;, "Nelson," Bl C.  -A-^ii, its-izrsriDS oih~  GAMAS GOODS, ,  AMMGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS! FOR  y^pppJWAm  a *D o**1 * n-fr_ n   ^ n     * n n p        -^     ^^  YAl3L;SIZES"OP "TENTS IN STOCK I II   l_~l rr>0^\        ~T\/T    A    ~l���Y<3Jf^"t*CT  ��� ��*:Baker -street, b>posite ppatofllcc* NclSofi       I      r^     Fl iii    J        J.VJ C3-J-/ h3i\~J JLN  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  A. II. Clements has been appointed  delegate of the Nelson lodge ol* Oddfellows  to the (I'l-and Lodge meeting to be held in  Va neon ver on June 1-ltli.  Fred. J. Syuii'e.s, A. K. Lott, A. JT.  Clements and James Neelands will leave  on .Monday for Cranbrook to assist in tlie  organization of a lodge of Oddfellows in  that town.  Two now billiard tables Avere set up in  the Hume hotel billiard room yesterday  afternoon, and -will be ready Tor play tonight. One is for English billiards and  the other for American billiards. They  were maniifaetured in Toronto and are  A'ery fine specimens of high-class -woodwork.  Pending the organidation of lieense  districts throughout the province, superintendent Ilussey Is dealing Avith all  applications for liquor licenses outside of  incorporated municipalities. Those desiring to .secure licenses should make  their applications to the superintendent  of provincial police;. It is understood  that the executive Avill shortly lix the  boundaries of the several license districts, constituting the .senior police  oflieer licens   inspector for the district.  "Eddie" Beer has let a contract to  Hillyer k, Co. for the erection of a six-  room cottage ou Silica street, Jietween  Hall and Hondryx streets. Work Avill be  commenced upon tho same next Aveek.  William Garton, the official' pound-  keeper, will .apply to the city council at  its next meeting to be supplied Avitli a  horse. . He says that stray cattle and  horses have got to know him, and that  he can no longer overtake them on foot.  The "Bank of Montreal yesterday exported to the United States assay office  at Helena the first gold brick turned out  of the Oro Mining & Milling Company's  mill. The brick was a small one, being  valuer! at $575.  John L. Aranstone of this city has commenced suit against Arthur BuckAvoi'th  of Ymir for $2000 damages. Aranstone  claims that BuckAvorth failed to deliver  5000' shaves erf the Kenneth Miuing &  Development Company's stock, commonly  knoAvn as Tamarack stock, wliich were  sold on his account. The case, if it goes  to trial, will come up in the supreme  court.  The attention of the provincial health  authorities has been called to two cases  of scarlet fever Avhieh. have broken out in  tlie house of Chris JohnsOn, on the smelter fiat just outside the city limits.    The  ���o You Know  What  Summer  Jewelry  Embraces?  If you don't you should see  the complete line which I have  just received direct from the  manufacturers of the east. If  you want to keep up with the  fashion you will bear this in  mind. There are TORTOISE  COMBS the like of which have  never been seen before in this  province; SHOPPING BAGS  in the latest designs and materials; BELTS of all kinds;  ���BLOUSE BUTTON SETS of  every description, and bracelets  in silver, gold and plate.  Competitors  Cannot  Catch  JACOB DOVER  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Drill Steel  Nfil  CARRY IN STOCK;      r  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  ,  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  ,^,,U.���^J1I1   and Woodenware  mm&smmzss^?     Stoves, Ranges,  WOODEN     \v\    Iron,. Steel,  Sheet  MATERIAL     % ^ *r��n> T;Rails  v^ Paints, Oils, Glass  TENDERS  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  A Coat of Paint  f"sgti.pi''*{*ijit^  V^i^J^.fV^*1''?-?^'"/ -'": ?���'. ".,"��".'yy"'".:"i.}.'^i'p V" *i  Y "'^^"wdgii^'af ""���lOi.l'tiHl^ jlijfetiWg'. bfV'the  ;;$���0\tjh*K��o��ten;},y 3fek'd��o�� l^rade" will be  hekl on MioYicl^y* Evening, at elglti o'clook,  Geprge W]dFkr\apd 'lijis ci&ilnii.6i!ee.cl  -A\*oi*kroh"UlcIerniiui M-Jlvillwp's dwelling Orr  "the eOi'iici'of ^Wiley ���aifil"Hoover streets.  tlMie ijfaus oA-11 i'cjr^a tAvd-story ho(ise of  liinerboms artel a'stqne fo.luiclivtjon. Thp  "hltiloling AVilt costin tlie .neigliljoi'tfoocl of  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHEE  foieitayllieiie Supply anOiiraion Co.  w  WAITED-  rriVN'J'Kl^���Gdod'gcncrA'T servant fbr family of Mlrcc,  '-V    iroyhildiiolr.ia lAjmii;:,  Apply {itre^Wcilcc of K. It.  IJrtrlb-y,,"NiSlsoii, ll.' O., - '  Hftftl  w  /VNTK.n-^V- So-Van.t .girl:  '   Arc;ri]0i] sU'cot.  Ajiply to  Mrs, Drew,  FOR SALE.  O'li 'SAljilO���A,n old stoi^c .front.   Ali]jly to 'llljeodorc  Miylsoii,. Bakor street, NqIsOK.  F  Tenders will be received up to  Thursday, May nth, for the fol-  loAvjng ���g*oqcls f at   Sandon^ |no the,:  :(ji-oeerte"sY." ^'.-M'-Zf.]'^., Zy.}.: :,.y$2"��d&  ry: ���(sroo.ds.-... ?lS ,���. -:,��� ..j ,".. : .-,...-...-,. 2,300.  :;&^���n;���t���s^���F.tf!?nj:s%i��fl;��������s'-.,'.. .���{. , .,  Boots and ShcJes .*.,...,...  Wall Paper. ...,,..���. . ��...;.,.'.;.  MardAvare and Cijocfcery . .-  '8q��  .   1000  The above stock is" in ��*ood, con-*  d iti on, TiiiucSh of sanVe being: new  season,;s goods,  - T,  LEO ]PEELf Trustee.  SmrdOn, B. C.? May 2nd, 1899.  " AA-'ilibuy I25.'ljyi20'iq��1t iltUio'  soiitliAvest corho' of'Vernoil  anil J'ilVk streets with im  Urovunieiits. One oT thtf lifest  residences inJ^s,el.soll*. ri'erni.-3:  ,8:2500 ca��Ii; bulilnee in six' jiild  twisl ve lnoiitlis. Apply lo John  'Houston, Vernon St.; isTclfion.  ^8  WILL  ADD   TO   THE   SELLING   VALUE   OF  W A  SHABBY   LOOKING   HOUSE (  ���  ^^  4^^.    ��� When you make up your mind  to use a little Paint,  S3- bear in  mind that we   carry a complete   stock   of all  kinds   of  Paints,    Oils,   Varnishes,  and   Stains,   also  Kalsomines,, Kalsomine Brushes and Painters Brushes  Shelf* and Heavy Hardware  Mining- Supplies T Rails  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Dll ���  T&G&M&&  ���   Daiiiciri, JRam^La^s.and.sKil^^^^ B.es"*  Teas always.on"'hand;   "-..'"  Y       .(���     "   ���  Chase'& S-axrbqifnY'p.'ur^  'GolYeps'.y"    '"   '"'   "'"    ��n   "-   ";_'������" "-"."���*���  " .'Chiiistie-BrpA^n an'dYEatgrspij Biseuitiss    -  Crosse &  Blackweli, Ujjtbn and l��efll5e:t?  Mkr��malade*S, Jams, eiei  Djandieolle & G ah din  French Peas'* and  Mushrooms.  Pickles, Sauces, Spices, etc.  A car- pi" Ashcroft Potatoes and a c4r pf  Mixed Groceries just in.  Two ears of Crockery oh the road..  A trial order solicited.   PMpes right.  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric tower Transmission and "Lighting, for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Eells, Telephones, Annunciators^ Etc.  Fs O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  All communications relating  to  British  Columbia  business to be addressed  to P. O. Drawer  505, Nelson, British Columbia  OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF  BOOTS AND SHOES  EVERYTHING IN THE SljOE LINE  t  Telephone 10.   P. O. Box K & W.     Baker street West, Nelson  20 AND 28 WKST BAKKtt STIUCttT, NKLSON  J.. RODEftlCK ROBERTSON, General Manager 1   Mr-|   or>M      D   t~\  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer '   INtL-OiJIN^    D. O.  See that your Royal Seal Cigars  ARE NOT EASTERN IMITATIONS  BUT ARE MADE BY  THE KOOTBMY CIGAB MANUFACTURING COMPANY  OF   ISTELSOOSr,   B. O-  THE M1CRMM & KEB ffiLLM C0.rM  WHOLESALE   ^3ST3D. BBTAIL  Writo for quotaUoiijJ on citr. iols. 7 ... 7*^ IE LEO 3ST   ' B_ 0_; '. C%:  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime on the market at  70 Cents per 100 Lbs  CALL   AND   1NSPSCT  FOR SALE  UliSI-NKSS AND UKSIDKN'TIAL  ^ItOI'Kli.TY  WO' by   120, Baker  Klii'ecl, bcuvocti   .losupliinu  and  Wart! KLrecjl��... , SSOW)  ;")() by 120, Hnkcr slrccl, between Josephine nnd Hall  .sLrects .'    1(300  flO by 12(1. Haker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner     HO by 120, .Host Haker si reel,     SCO  25 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  .street. ,   5000  50 by 120 with iinprovementS: solith side oi: Vernon  street '     I'OOO  2 lots and large house bean ti fully furnished (sua').. 3800  2 lots" with cottage rented nt $!5per month, Victoria  street  3500  1 lot with cottage rented at SI5 per month, Victoria  street   2500  2 lots with cottage runted at $20 pei' month, v*tanloy  street  H000  (> lots in block 1ID, all cleared and fenced in   2500  Just Unloaded  a Car of  Quality away up  Prices below the lowest  CANADIAN CURE  The West kootenay Brick & Lime Co,, Ltd.  Bakor Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, Manager  STEINWAY  NORDHEIMER  The   Standard    Piano    '7 * The Artistic Piano of  of the World. Canada.   .  .  ABT AID MUSIC C0;y Nelson, Agents,;  !l-rooin house and 10 lots set out in orchard    1100  2 lots and improvements, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,  . wagons, sleighs, harness, ami everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch     5500  i<"or general information on real estate and for farther  particulars on above properly apply to  ���W"A.BD~BBOS.  Real Estate and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between-Josephine and  Hall streets'," Nelson.7 ������'���'���������;������;��������� :'.  MKALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIfiHT   ������-:"  . BAICICRY IN CONNKCTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY.-COOKING A SPECIALTY  .    ONLY WHITE HKLP KMPLOYJCU-.  E.    T-HXTrR-R^r,     PEOPEIBTOE I  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B.C.  lesBnsay & Co.  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  JOHN A. IHVIM & CO.  Baker Street West, Nelson, 11. C-  SPEGI1WTTEM0N  Have .lust received a consignment of Harris home  ,   made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE,Bakep St. Msod   -  Tho supply la limited, so call early and examino this Btook.


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