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 LOCAL AND MINING NEWS FROM  ADJACENT   TOWNS   AND CAMPS.  Speci.il lo Tbe Tribune.  Ymik, May HI���W. Delahey and W. J.  Hughes, president and vice-president of  the Ymir Miners' Union, returned this  morning from Nelson, where they had  been attending a conference of delegates  of miners' unions, at which the eight-  hour law was thoroughly threshed out.  Practically the old scale of wages is to  be adhered to, but it is to be considered  by another conference at the end of the  month.  In spite of strenuous efforts by searching, dragging aud dynamiting the Salmon  river, up to tlie present, the body of ,J.  NY Creensill has uot been recovered. It  may possibly have been carried down  the river or got caught against a snag.  The Salmon river is a most treacherous  one, with strong currents and many deep  holes. John Carroll and .1. F. Burne are  still using further endeavors to continue  the search, iu which they are assisted by  many friends. .John Greensill Avas a native of Whitley, Worcestershire, England, where he has one brother, a doctor,  in practice. He was highly esteemed by  those who knew him for his many sterling qualities and fche fund of information he could give relating to his travels  in other lands.  J. Goodlea and Hector McClarty went  up to the Union Jack group yesterday, to  : investigate whether it would be practicable to resume work- at once, as D. A.  Cameron one of the owners is expected  here next week. T. A. Helm, managing  director of the Rio Grande group, arrived  here yesterday from the Republic camp,  as the Rio Grande work has been vigorously prosecuted all the winter and it is  the intention to continue right along. C.  Davis is the manager and is well satisfied  with the results that they have a good  thing. The assay from the picked specimens from Hank Noll's mineral claim, the  Spotted Horse, shouldhaveread$10,314.22,  which is not phenomenal for Round  mountain, as marvellous assays have been  got in the past from the same locality.  The Broken Hill Mining and Development Company, Limited, is iioav incorporated, having taken over the Wilcox  and By water groups. The capital, is  $1,000,000 in one dollar shares, Avith  $800,000 treasury stock. The officers are  Stephen By water, president; C. Shields,  vice-president; F. O. Hazen, -director;  K. E. McKonzie, secretary-treasurer, and  Phil White superintendent of the mine.  Already there is $1200 in the treasury,  and the first block of $5000 treasury  shares is being placed at 15 cents. The  present staff of men is to be increased  ' and development' work pushed forward  at once. ���*-���"��--*- -    ��� -  ���  Charles Dundee", president of the Dundee Gold -Mining Company,Js in Ymir  "superintending operations at the Dundee  mine, and intends starting up the mill  again at an early date. S. L. Long, general-manager of the Porto Rico mine, is  ".calling for tenders for 2000 cords of lire-  Avood i'or his company, so as to enable  thorn to resume operations at once.  Rossland.  Rossland, May 1G.���Another big ore  body has been discOA'ercd' on Sophie  mountain in the Douglas mineral claim,  Avhieh adjoins the Victory on the south  and extends to the boundary line. Little  has been"lieard of this claim, Avhieh is  owned in Spokane and Portland, .but  Avork has been kept up for six months  continuously and 250 feet of development  tAvork done. A curious feature Of Rossland mining enterprise is the number of  Cam]) MoKhmey properties controlled  here. Rossland has made up its mind to  take the lead  iii deA'eloping the British  =G6hmiblaYlte^  P'-ou  "<-  Jn} li  une  WEDNESDAY MORNING,  MAY 17,  181)9.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  wagon road to the claim. It is likely  there Avill be some .shipping mines at  Woodbury this slimmer.  Mrs. Sanders, Avife of the deputy  mining recorder* is seriously ill at her  home here. Word was received this  morning of the death of .lames Chishohn,  at the Halcyon hot springs. - Mr. Chishohn was oiie os the pioneers of Kaslo  and ran a grocery store here for a. number of years. He had been ailing for  some months and his death was not  wholly unexpected. He leaves a. widow.  Mrs. .J. W Livers returned last night  from a protracted visit to Buffalo, New  YorkY Alex Smith, the mining man, lias  returned from his eastern trip.  Slocan City.  Slogan City, May Hi.���The Bank of  England 'continues to improve with development/and it looks now as though the.  OAvners .will be fully repaid for all their  initial outlay. Gething and Henderson  are Avorking on their Springer creek  properties with good results. The first  pack train reached the Arlington with a  full load of supplies yesterday. The men  go up today.  V. G. Rockliff returned today from  Creston, where he has been on business  for some time past. Joseph LaAV, one of  Sloean's pioneer prospectors, avIio has  been ill here for some time, aviis remoA'ed  to the New Denver hospital yesterday.  Strikers Have the Best of it.  Associated Press.  Buffalo, May 10.���There is practically  no change iu the strike situation along  the docks tonight, and the business of  this port is at a standstill. An agreement Avas reached today betAveen con-  eraetor Connors and, the striking grain  shovellers, in .Avliich both the-ni en'who  have stood by the contractor and the  strikers Avere to be taken into the neAy  grain shovellers' union. This practically  settled all the existing trouble as far as  the grain men Avere concerned, but  as they pledged themselves not to  return to Avork until the grieA-ances  of the striking freight handlers, coal  heaA^ers, ore, dock men and elevators  machinists have been remedied, there is  no telling'Avhen work on-tlie docks Avill  be resumed. In the m'eantime.A'esselmen  and shippers are losing. a great deal of  money. Millions of bushels of .grain .are  held back at Chicago" and Duluth, and  although there are A'essels to carry it to  Buffalo, A'essels owners Avill not take the  risk of having their boats tied up there  for an indefinite period.  MINE OWNERS OFFER $3 f  FOE   EIGHT-HOUR   SHIFTS  DAY  NKLSON, B. C, May lllh, IS!)!).  NOTION.  As the announcement has been made that the tfovorn-  menl, of liritisli Columbia purpose enforcing the amend-  uieiil to the Metalliferous Minos li spection Acl, inalciuK  eiftlit hours a wnrkii.g da,- for those employed under-  ground in mcliillilVmiiKni'ne-i; Sec It'll "\n per.-oiisliiill  ho employed undci'Ki'oiiuil iu any metalliferous mine 'or  more limn oulit hours iu every twoiity-fou hour-"; the;  undersigned, as repr. senliu^ one of the two parties  mainly aH'colcd. consider it ailvi-ahle if, make public  their v ewson Ihe. situation created by this uncalled I'or  legislation, ami to in< Ik-lulu \vh;it I heir line of net ion mil 4  inevitably be.  While the undersigned ��ro determined to respect aud  adhere to ihe laws of the pr.iv.nce, it, may bo pointed  out tliat this law is far-rejiehiny; in the injuries it must  indict upon the mining interests of the province, and on  the amount of wages earned by the men.  It means n ducinft the hours of labor in the mines from  twenty hours a day to sixteen hours, as many ofthe  mines are so eirounista ced that three shifts cannot be  worked to advantage. This means a reduction of twenty  per cent in the nmountof the production of many mines,  and a reduction of twenty per cent, in the development  work being carried on in mines preparing for production,  and a reduction in the supplies used in tho mines.  The mest amicable relations existed, and still exist, between the employers and employed at the mines. The  men were earning good wages, ejiual lo any being paid  in camps in the United Slates, and higher jthun those  paid iu many, and they were rendering good services for  these wages. If any discontent was rife at the exisl ing  state of afl'airs, it was not generally known. Ic is therefore deeply to he regretted tliat the legislature has seen  fl"; to disturb the existing harmony, to interfcro with the  growing prosperity of the mining districts, tb reduce the  wage-earning power of tho moil employed, and to interfere with the free right of contract hitherto enjoyed.  As to the future, after the 1st.Iune next, at the* mines  represented by the undersigned, the standard rate of  wages that will bo paid to skilled miners for an eight-  hours working day will be three dollars (S'1.00), and other  labor will necessarily be also paid for according to the  time worked.  THE HALL MINKS, LIMITED.  THE   LONDON   &   BRITISH    COLUMBIA    GOLD-  FIELDS, LIMITED.  THE ATHABASA GOLD MINE. LIMITED.  THE YMIK GOLD MINES, LIMITKD.  TIIK DUNCAN MINKS, LIMITED.  THE  LONDON  HILL  DEVELOPMENT & MINING  COMPANY.  THK EXCHEQUER GOLD MINING COMPANY. .  THE DUNDEE GOLD MINING COMPANY.  MOLLIE'GIBSON MINING COMPANY.  YELLOAVSTONE MINING COMPANY.  NOTICE.  Oh th,ig jttliip again, and this time one or  two Rossland favorites havfe registered  big <gains iu pjt'iee..  Alexander McGregor, a Inachine man in  the Colninbia & Jiooteiiay, lost his life  last niglit thrdttgh venturing back into  ���an upraise before the powder smoke had  cleared* Deceased Ayas. a native of Scot-  landand was noted for his guelrtt muscular strength.  - A lively agitation has started over the  Avater aiid light byl'&w. The city council  is likely to lia-ve its bylaw ddfeated.  Three of the alderhlCu tire decidedly  lukewarm on the subject, but having  municipal shins to be hurt they will not  speak; out. County court is sitting here.  Most of the cases called yesterday were  adjourned. A. ball game betAveen Rossland and Spokane has been arranged for  the 25th of May.       ���  Kaslo.  Kaslo, May 15.-���The Canadian Pacific  Mining & Milling Company are again  Avorking their claims on Woodbury  ereek, near AiusAVorth. Some of the officials of the. company arrived a Aveek or  so ago from St. Paul, and as a preliminary they staked everything in sight,  staking no less than sixteen claims. The  company oavus the townsite at Woodbury, Avhieh they recently had surveyed  into toAvn lots, they also have a concentrator and a traniAvay. They have already spent about $85,000 in development Avork aud improvements, and iioav  propose to go ahead again on an extensive scale and Avork the most promising  claims. The Sunset claim on the same  ereek, which is being Avorked by a  Spokane and Rossland company, is sIioav-  .ing up very Avell. C. F. Caldwell is in  charge and  is iioav arranging to build a  A Woman With a Record.   ,  '  Special to The Tribune.  St. Prtbrsbuug, May -10.���A trial  Avhieh has caused a great sensation here,  OAving to the high station of the prisoner,  has jusfc been concluded. The evidence  disclosed that the accused, Maria Mersh-  Avizka, a Avoman-of noble'birth, had led  an extraordinary career of intrigue and  crime. The court found her guilty of  poisoning her lover and Iavo Avomen,  OAving to jealously; with kidnapping a  child, and with forging documents and  bills of exchange. She was sentenced to  fifteen years penal seiwitude in Siberia,  and to be deprived of her title of nobility.  Chamberlain Will Win Out.  Associated Press.  London, May l.Q..-^-Tlie. chancellor of  =the^excheguerr"sii,^MichW  is responsible for the soineAvltat niggardly  financial support offered by the imperial  government to the Pacific cable: project,  but the high commissioner of Calv-  ada, lord Strathcoiia and Mount Royal,  and the other interested; ageiits^geueral  are apparently satisfied from the developments o�� the last few days that* the  Secretary Of state for the colonies, avIio is  ���prepared to do far. more toAvards fostering the Kejieliie than some of his colleagues, Avill ultimately prevail on the  home government to contribute a considerable portion of tlie capital required for  the projected cable,  A Money-Making Trust.  Associated Press.  Nkav York, May 1(5.���The .seventh  annual meeting of the United States  Rubber Company was held at New Brunswick, New Jersey,! today. The report of  Charles R. Flint, treasurer, shoAved that  the undivided earnings jn the treasury of  the manufacturing companies composing  the concern iioav amounted to $2,488,804.  The surplus for the year Avas $823,522, as  compared with $108,913 on March 31st,  1898. The manufacturing companies  earned during the year $-138,871 in excess  of dividends paid.  Baseball Yesterday.  Baltimore 15, Nbav York 5.  Washington 4, Boston 8.  Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 5.  Pittsburg 9, Chicago 10.  St. Louis 9, Louisville 0.  Date Set for Launching.  Associated  Press.  Neav York, May 10.���Oliver Iselin  said today that it has been decided to  launch the Columbia, the new American  cup defender, on June 8th.   ,  SANDON. B. C, May 01 h, 1S!)3.  Owing to the action of the British Columbia legislature  in enforcirg the eight-hour law in the Slocan, tho Silver-  lead mine owners of the district consider that they owe  it to tlieir employees, who are atl'ectcd by the change  rendered necessary by the operation of tho act, to place  their intentions with regard to il on record.  In the first place, tlie mine owners of this district were  . not consulted in any way as to this radical change in the  inining.law, and on being informed of the passage of, the  act," made oyery ell'ort in their power to have the law-  held in abeyance until II could be carefully considered  by, tliose interested.  It was pointed out that the standard rate of wages for  miner-,, ���f'i.oO for a ten-hour sliifl, was as high as paid  anywhere in the United States or Canada, and that tlii���.  rate was satisfactory to both mine owners and employes.  Tl was further pointed out that by reducing the hours'  of work from ten to eight hours the wage-earning capacity of the miner would be more than proportionately  reduced as far as the mine o�� ners arc concerned.  To give greater force and unanimity to the expressed  opinion of the mine owueis, a meeting of the Silver-Lead  Mine Owners' Association of British Columbia was convened in order Lo get an expression of opinion about  which there would he no uncertainty.  Tho purpose of this association is to foster and piotccl  the mining interests of the province, and it is not in any  sense a combination of employers against employes, as  the relations between the wage-earners and the employers have always been most friendly, and it is hoped will  continue so.  The mine owners were for their part quite willing to  continue lo pay S8.50 for ten hours work, but tho enforcement of the ciglit-lioii'- law having rendered this  impossible, they nowoderto pay minersatthe rate of ��3.00  pereight-liourshift, thisrate being higher in proportion to  the hours worked than the old rale.  To give cflect to this intention a.reSohition yfas passed  wat aiiHeetii)grOf^tho-Si!vci'=.Lu:ul=JIiuo=0\vwor.i���Association held in Sandon on May the Sth, as foliowsJ:  "That it is the sense of mine representatives, bf, this  association that the statidai'd rate of wages paid to  miners bo iii future ��3.00 per clay Of eight hours."  This resolution was signed by the representatives of  the mines whoso names are hereto appended.  These mines wish to state tliat as the ejght-hour law  'isj to be enforced not later than jfiinc the 12th. tliey are  ready toh'i'e niiiiors on and after Julio tho 1st, at tlio  above rate: -And they further wish j,�� to l,,e understood  that thin chanyo iwthe Workinghoiirsar.d the consequent  contract ion of tho AyngO-eiirning cajiaejty of Lho minor,  was forced upon them by the Act of the British I'oU  umhia legislature and was entirely unsought for by them.  TRANSVAAL SORE IS RE-OPENED  ARRESTING BRITISH OFFICERS.  Associated I'ress.  London, May 115.���Tlie news of the  arrest of eight British olTiccrsnt.Johannesburg at tlie instance of president Kruger  lias cm t iscd considerable excitement among  the members of- the house ul commons  and throughout tlio city. lion. Joseph  Chamberlain granted an interview to the  press today when he announced tluit the  government had received lumen's officially  from South Africa but he did not consider that very much importance should  bo attached to the arrests.  Pretoria, dispatches say that the ollicers  arrested are captain Patterson "(formerly,  ���of the Lancers), colonel Ji. F. Nichols,  lieutenant 13. J. Treinlott, 0. A. Ellis,  lately a private detective at .Johannesburg, lieutenant John Allen, formerly of  the Horse Artillery, quartermaster Mitchell, former, sergeant, and former sergeant P. It. Hooper. None of them have  been in the employ of the British South  Africa Chartered Company. It is said  that the commission of police Avho had  the affair in hand has been Avorking on  the case for four months. Mr. Beatty,  the detective Avho 'effected the arrests  receiA'ed his instructions last Aveek, and  secured the necessary Avarrauts yesterday. The executiAre of the TransA'aal is  sitting in secret session this eA'ening considering the arrests.  According- to advices from Pretoria,  the charge against .the prisoners is that  Avhile staying iu the Rand priyiitely, they.  Avere really engaged in enlisting--men for  the purpose of rebellion, and that they  Avere ready.to gtAre the signal. It is said  that tlie enlistment roster includes 2000  men, and that a number of incriminating  documents Avere found* at the time the  arrests Avere made.  The Times, Avhicli repudiates  the idea  that the prisoners  arc  men  of Aveight  among the  British   inlanders, prc represent important interests  or: any kind tit  Johannesburg,  suggests   that president  Kruger has  been   imposed upon  by his  OAVir detectiA*cs.    The papers  publish an*  interview   Avith   Cha���lubo^laj|^''^���iJtJ^Vt^/;;.  parenfcly  deprecates  the Vsdl|l%"t^'l4%^,C>iy,,.  the tirrests and Sciys  he cfe^sCs^|%''C^|��S!s  'liize  the, names  of the iiriso.uefe^QJ:7=fuV-i  dors Land   the   causes   Or .^i'rest��.f .veral"  Rhodes, the  resident  clii'ee"^i:f^u^��B*t:^l;i��'J  Africa of the- British  Ch^1i%^���^���'ll,^^fsU'fljl��,  African   Company,   Avho   7Ava^vfi?C-^iftly"  elected president of tlie Sou%li? ,^\J;i'iCattY  League,  informs   the   Assqcjat^t" ^i*ess  that he had heard nothing,  arrests made at Johan  hc knows nothing about the- Reason -fpi  Avhieh they Avere made,      "' .     ".   "  Palmer house, was probably the best  known railroad man in this section,  lie arrived herein the early SO's with a  scheme for a railroad to the Pacilic by a  route of his own, considerably shorter  than tiny of the other transcontinental  lines. Local ci pi talists .aided him to tlieex-"  tent of building a.s far as OYN'eill, Neb.,  where funds tailed, The road subsequently passed into a receiver's hands  and is soon to be sold under foreclosure.  McLean made repeated efforts to get  work started again,.but.failed each time.  AL1 BYLAWS TO BE SUBMITTED  AT   THE   SAME   TIME.  LOCAL   AND   MINING   NEWS.  E. T. H. Siiupkins has .resumed' his  duties in the registrars ollice. He is still  a long way from recoA'ery, but Avill endeavor to hold the job down till after the  business of the'approaching assi/.o is disposed of.  Messrs. Gamble & O'Reilly made tA\*o  sales of Addition A property yesterday.  Lots 1 and 2 iu block 50 Avere sold to A.  E. Clarke for $35Q, and lots 1 and 2 in  block 51 Avere sold to Mrs. A. E. Storey  for $310.       "���������..'.  H. C. Hanningtou of Moncton, NeAV-  BrunsAvick, is spending a feAV days in  Nelson as the guest of alderman Fletcher.  He is a brother of R. W. I-Ianniiigton of  this-city and is on his way to Greemvood,  where he Avill hang out his shingle as .a  laAA'yer.  A. Ferland left Nelson yesterday morning for Sandon, where-he Avill open a  branch store.  This'morning colonel Topping and ma-*  .���jor. Stevenson' Avill go out on Bird  creek,  ten miles south Avest of Nelson, to look at  a hidden bonanza.  "DaA*e " McBeath lias the contract for  building a wagon road from Kootenay  bridge to the millsite of the Duncan  Mines, Limited, ou Sandy creek, and the  contract may include branch roads, tb  several of the company's mines.  Frank. Fulmer, one of the original -owners' of the Beatrice group of mineral  claims in the Lardeau district, which'  were.bonded-hist fall by the Beer brothers, is in Nelson and is contemplating  investing part of his share of the pro-,  ceedslof the,.sale Jn���, NelsQm=ruealsestate.,  #��?]*S^fcw^*J^^  (for, '&e^teil?;Cen^  -   - a "'"*'���' ��^SJr,-w--a'r"P-*^"S,����1'".���-*iP-5-so,-V;-'-.:s  y-^^yy^y.^ya y    riitvat0-AaAr.ic��s*eeeivea*rroina.v,oss  i'��S ^krihug th.-. h ft^^^^^jWAif^e^Jifttoi  neshkxgsxiud that,; ^1J0, timKa^K^  OjUMNBKSS  N0BI,KF1VK  A JAX  RMILV EDITH  WAKICPII'-U')  CANADIAN OHOt;!'  YMIR GOLD -MINKS, I/1'D,  SOVICRKIGN  1'AA'NB  JACKSON*  LAST CHANCK  R Fi f.RK  HOSUN  tDA/10.  ANTOIN'!.;  A'AN'MOK  LUCKy JIJI  WASHINGTON'  ECHO  JVIONlTOIt   .  W'lHTKAVATEU  TtKCO  UOODJCN'OUGH  HUTU  RAMBLER & CAUIIJO'J  German Ambassador M4y - |-f esiliej s -  Associated Tress, ��  �� ��.n  Tun Hagce, May 1G.���-AltliOii^h tefda-y"  is the time officially set for the opening  of the peace congress, the Jil'St ;oi![ici}i;l  sitting Avill not be held until Tiiprgday^.  There is much speculation as to'iylio-Avill;  be the permanent chairman^ of, the conference. The Ainsterdiimsche 'ffandelsbad  believes that the honor AvilivljC bestowed;  ujjon count Meunster, the Gcrniau ambassador to Paris, and the diploniatjc  delegate of Germany. He As the oldest of  the delegates, Jiaviug, parsed Iris eigjitcth  birthday.  ^K.j���n-J J**i?=Th ���  Cheap Railway Fares Unconstitutional.  Associated Vr&ss,  CU3V'eland, May Hi.-^-.Ttidgu Rocks, of  tlie United 'States 'circuit; court, today  decided in favor of tlie street railways hi  the.legal battle'Over the Ioav fare orctfna*  tioh'passed by the city council aevei-al  months ago. The court sustained the  railways in their elajiu that tin) ordinances were in,-cOiitravejition of th,e consti-  tutioii. The oi'dinaiiccs required tlie  street car conipauie.s to carry ptlssengeTs  forfo.ur cents with Universal transfers.  Chinese City Taken Without Trouble.  Associated Proas.  Hong Kong, May 16.-���Part of the  British troops sent into tho disturbed  territory near here haA-e returned, after  taking possession of Kow.Looii City. The  Chinese garrison was disarmed, the  British flag hoisted Avithout disturbance,  and fifty men of the Welsh fusilier regiment Avere left to garrison the place. No  neAVs lias beeu received from the Hinterland expedition.  Anticosti Island Difficulty.  Associated Press.  London, May 10.���The secretary of  state for the colonies, Joseph Chamberlain, in replying in the house of commons  'today to a question put by James F.  Hogan, parnellite, who asked for in'for-  nrntioti regarding Anticosti Island question, explained that the matter was before  the. courts, and.thab.the government did  not contemplate any action.  Ohio Has a Cyclone.  Associated V'ruSn.  Akron, oOhto, May 1,0,���A cyclone  struck this city at three o'clock this  afternoon and did much damage. The  storm struck tile tents of: Main's circus  and they collapsed, upon. the. crowd. The  policemen had liard Avork to preve'ufc a  panic, but the spectators Avere finally released Avithout injuries. At Canal Fulton the Avail of a Schoolhouse was blown  in, and nine pupils avo re injured.  The Baron is Broke.  Associated Press.  London, May 10.���Sir Thomas O'Connor Moore, the eleventh baron, who succeeded his father, Sir Richard Moore, in  1882, has been ejected from his lodgings,  owing to his inability to pay a shilling  for a Aveek's accommodation." The heir  to the title is his brother Stephen, now  living abroad.  Contractor McLean Dead.  ..AHsociated Pre**. .',.-���.  ... Sioux City, Iowa, May. 10'.'-������'Donald  McLean, promoter of the 'Pacific'Short  Line, or Sioux, O'Neill ��k . Western road,  who was killed in Chicago last night by  a . fail   from    the   fourth    floor   ui   the  anakej,;TOQ;?Ift-Dl^^  ai'Qiu\dv :-TP.ste?day -a plaei.iwVof.dei-'f -. loi? *  ��� JO       ^^ \ S^n     M |A n-^.5    li"     V Sftt-P^P0;,'0"      rfti&Jntf^iWnfiPflB^   Uj    l^*"      D        I  , rtlje di'llfljSil'tAiQ^'^vj^cs nNU'ioisknG^dioAyi,  ����tp 'dQQfev- **.^B.iy.y y.")^ ������ ����:"'>\>yyiJ?��/f-.$  Pxivki&-Mlxie4sk('e^^  aii, flaiiAp  & a ',. p,uf  ripAY^a  ,..r*Cs���i3ent "di7iRog^l kkd'^ jhal "BeePnteYmiiihe}  "    IUistVeA^euin'gYatV��.the Ve'sS-Cnee pfn��S.tri:."  .: .(lalueW ok ^tftiilfciy "Iti?e%% "Wkhiez ^ilxdat  w^B'hiarMSidMlBs J3eirtha- ffioi*rsiy -of  ; Orange^-*i|fes";��i|'trario^. %&v.  ittiv Ros'e of-  :' the   Baptil^fi"" Chui'cb   oi'lioiatjijg. -   The;  groom ha$, resided in JSfelsou, for the last  two years jaiict is' assistant at the city'fe,,,':  electric i'fotv'elYIiou^^ -   n, ."';  Tlie f|nal���gatnesa[ih.Pth,G billfitrd -tdujiia^j.  nlent at, ^uW^Hli^ihotSl \vere" plily^fijl-lifet \  flights    In>.tlie llngiish" billiard :Copipe|i-; *  tion, R. S. Steele won the prize, a ha'nd-  sonie. billiai'd cu 6;,.by defeating.H. Wilson.  100 to 75, and Janics Neelands 100 to 82,  On the Ainericiin -fevble,  C,   ISil-ikci*  defeated C. Prosser ,a0 to jlO and Avon a box  =ofN:iga^sr  Alexaijdei* Murray^ >a carpont-oc employed in the erection of a \*eranda at  Thomas M. Wai'd's .i'esidenfte, fell from  the scaflbicliug yesterday nioriiirig. lie  was badly .shaken, up iind will be unable  to work for sonid tune.  At the meeting of the city council yesterday afternoon the four money bylaws,  the traniAA-ay bylaAv, the gas and coke  company's bylaw and the bylaAv for regulating bicycle riders Avere read a third  time. Tliere Avas no faA'oritism shoAvn in  the handling of the money byhvwSj each  of the four aldermen present making the  motion for the third reading of one of  the bylaAvs. It was decided to take the  vote of the ratepayers upon the six by-  laAV.s requiring their assent on Monday,  May 29th. .J. K. Strachan was named as  returning officer, to take the A'ote iu the  Fast ward at the city hall, and E. A.  Crease avus named as deputy returning  officer, to take the A'ote in the West  ward, in the ollice of the Exchequer Gold  Mining Company on Baker street.  In connection Avith the request of the  Slocan Ore Purchasing Company to have  Poplar street opened up, alderman Thomson moAred that the city call for tenders  for the Avork to be in on Friday: The  intention of the council is to make a 12-.o  foot roadAvay the cost of Avhicli has been  estimated at $850, of Avhieh sum the  sampler company agreed to contribute  one-third.  Mayor ���'.Neelands called the attention of  the council to the fact that the Salvation  Army desired permission to put up a  brick-veneer building, Avith a tin roof, in  the rear of the residence recently purchased from Harold Selous, Avhicli is  within-the fire limits.  Alderman  Fletcher  said  that he  did  not consider that it Avould be Avise  for  the council to consent to any evasions of  the fire ; limits  bykvw.     If   the council  established   any   such  precedent,  there  would be no end of sucli applications as  the one before  the  council.    No action  Avas taken -with respect to the application.  E. C. TraA'es had a communication before the council enclosing some legal advice from acting city solicitor Wilson on  the best way of evading the provisions  of the fire limits bylaAv with respect to a  contemplated   addition   to  the   Broken  Hill block, on the corner of Baker and  Ward   streets.     The   members   of   the  council Avere all of the opinion  that the  plan suggested by the solicitor would be  merely an  evasion  of the provisions of.:  the   bylaw,   the   permitting   of   which;  Avould destroy the object of the  bylawvY;;  The council decided, as the Traves appli-Yj  cation would go Ijef ore the fire wardens^ 7  to request the wardehs7^to  enforce coni^jY  pliaiice^Ayith the;Spip|^ahd;(i  ftlder^Y  by��aldermanw,i;  yT-r\'"'"i'''l''fl��''il"-'1".:ViAf".�� "��"."   *>SS*�� *! pF?'.y-"s..''K,4^:^%.%s'"'%i.'^':':\,���>Sf  I'tkP   %,��f\'l.'.fl-''. AflLl^ll^^y -B    ��'"0   ^.iSi-'Sl.-^h r^.l ^fl^TT-O'1  ?,. ;| ��i^.f -motion|^E>|s:,j^pi-nian7"J>ai'l  ������ja^^tr^^astfar #s '4key ealterrS  *I:ag30^''f/'''.In?^-.tms*.;^oli*iO*ecta^^  f:ranut^^lS��h^��j^.^l^^o%<^^  i-b?'^*''^^^rp^ll  ��� Vn:^j|j|  ^illi'1  YYS!S*tj  y";.yi^y.l  Shading up New Bnglandei's.  As*-oc''i��(*(l t>i'us.-'��  JlAiiTj,'Op,D,   May    l(j,���HarCforr!    ami  ofhf-l�� places along the Connt>cf:icfit river  experienced  a sli.gl.it eiwblicjtia'ko shocli  shortly 'before 8.1 S' o'clock tonight. Ro-  .sid'onceis in the tilerat'et? pof-'tjons, of the  city Avert? perceiitibly shMkenf dishes rattled on tlie shelves, and a rumbling s noise suggestive of a lieavy  explosion was heard, Reports of  like occurrences come from Middletown,  Hampton' and other places along tin*  river as far .as Saybrook. At Middle-  town and Fast Hampton many people  ritslted froin their homes thoroughly  frightened. The shock wa,s not felt in  any portion of the state excepting towns  along the Connecticut river.  '    ",> *flfla.lj*ay* .       "..A,       ."    .O^ffi, .".fln^^^l    P.l^fl-'   .    ,1 a'n = b��n*    ��    n^.-^  A "p^tfrtign A^as, ��presented4toithe^cotin^jlj;  ib^.a7laife.'n^njn-beii'V-MSfeii  fpk'ihi irhnipydi;df^ih&3h&ga^iM" :of (ihe^yy,  iltikidltpixl^yliei^Op^^  i/Aiie vpojiit.    ^hg^imcifeetfdorsed^,^^^  lletitio^ii" and" ^illn^p��o:iW^  "the"��� provincial -gQ*ve���rnnieii*t? atv^Vietoria*  7t0i,7a&tion,' . ;,'.i.i--.-.s :��--.\\i :Y">Y7S"-  $Ioca;n'Ore"SMsnie*ats.7 -'.":���"]'."  Tlte, followhif i|' ��#f^t|��itenieiiti $f ���$$  shipuients of ore (frbni7t{\e hiijies; iiiYSlOi'  can, distfict fi'^m Ja%uar*^ istj to  JJjjhr^lotuLand One hai��inonths:   From Saildon                                           �� Toite"  Prtync.  4'Kil  iJlHtiChaiMJe .,.,...,��.,..,.,..  ...,..���.. SAW'  Slo?.aii:,St-nr ���.;.....-..��....,....������. ,����..    123'.  Sjitmiliiw   ...�� .,.,..���... ...��...,..,..    is?  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Associated PresSi  I'ORTijANO, Maine, M^ay 1G.~-John Burton, a prominent railwayman, tind for  some time general freight agent of the  Grand Trunk railway tit Montreal, died  today of Bright's disease tit Peak's  Island. He Avas fifty-eight years of age,  and leaves a Avife and several children.  Will  Style.  Receive Dewey in  Associated Press.  .. New York, May 1(5.���The city council  this afternoon adopted the resolution  providing for the issue of bonds to the  amount of $ 150,000 to itay the expenses  in connection Avith the proposed celebration on the arrival of admiral DeAvey.  Some of the Boys Were Disappointed.  The sudden termination of the Center  Star-Iron Mask litigation at Rossland  Avas a .disappointment to quite a number  of the boys who Avere on the payroll of  one or the other of the litigants as experts. Two of these " expert" witnesses  Avere in Nelson yesterday. One got  $12.50 a day for knoAving Avhere to find a  corner stake of one of* the claims, and  the other got $15 a day for knoAving  Avhere an ore body Avas not to be found,  Yesterday's Metal Quotations.  Associated Press.  New York,-May 10.���Bar silver Ol^c.  Mexican dollars 48|c. Copper dull; brokers' $19, exchange $19. Lead quiet;  brokers' $4.25, exchange $4.45 @ $4.50. THE TRIBUTE:   NELSON,   B.C.    WEDNESDAY,  MAY   U,   1809.  I*.  R ���  8  I  u  1  !'  i  'I  y  hi  USTCW"   XlSf   STOCK  A  FULL  LINE  OF  Ladies' White  Duck Skirts.  Ladies' White Duck Suits.  Ladies' Shirt Waists at 50c,  75c,  $1  and v$i.25.  A few   Spring   Capes left,  which will   be sold  at cost.  A nice line of Ladies' Crash  Bicycle suiting-.  One  New Williams Sewing Machine,  $28.  A. FERLAND & CO.  OMPANY.  pvine  B  Kliult lilui-k. Maker Street, Nelson  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  PROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware Co.  Baker Street, Nelson.  FOR THE WARM WEATHER  Wc have it most complete line oi' Summer Coiils and "Vests in fine  Sorgo, Jjlue and Grey, no lining, every .scum covered. Separate  Gouts in liglit and dark colors. Light weight underwear and Socks.  Canvass Hats iind Liglit Caps. Everything to add to your comfort  in hot Aveatlicr.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Have You  a Sweet  Tooth?  IF  SO  COME  AND  SEH  OUli  ASSORTMENT  OF  Christie's  Fancy  Biscuits  A COMPLETE  RANGG OF LADIES'  Linen and Denim  Ready-made Suits  For Summer Wear  These goods are the proper thing.  They are not only serviceable but  stylish, being trimmed in good contrasting colors.  ARE   NOW   SHOWING  Sign of this Big1 Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR  ��he QDrUrcme*  Daily Edition   AVkekly. Kdition ...  .. Vnisr Ykak,-No. 11 i  . Skvkntii Ykak, No. 20  THK DAILY TRIHUN1'* i- published every morning  (except Monday), and -will be mailed to subscribers  in Canada or,the .United Slates for Jo a year, and to  .subscribers' in Great Hritain for ?S a year; or it 'will  be delivered to subscribers in Nelson for 25 cents a  week, ?1 a .month, .,52.50 for three months, ��5 for'six  months, or ?10 for one year.   Payable in advance.  THE WEEKLY TltlBUNl'J 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  daily, and weekly editions for ��4 per inch per month.  LOCAL OR READING MATTER NOTICES 25 cents a  line for each insertion.  JOB PRINTING at fair rates. Accounts for job printing and advertising are payablo on tho first of ovory  month.  Addrc-a��� r v    '  THE TRIBUNE. Nelson, B. C.  So.MK.of the members of.' Ltmricr's cabinet arc dandies.' The minister of finance  is one of them.    He is* a fund tliat if Can-  ��� add, established a mint and began the  coinage oi".money the enlargement oi' onr  metallic currency would introduce a disturbing- element. He says there is a profit in coining copper cents and small silver coins, tlierei'ore such coins should be  ' continued to be manufactured OA*er in  England; but to coin gold in Canada,  neA-er! The coinage of gold in Canada,  might interfere with the circulation of  the notes of the chartered banks doing  "business in Canada, and that would bo as  great a political crime as interfering in  any Avay Avitii the Canadian Pacific railway. What a job-lot of political cowards fche Laurier goA-crmncnt is, to be  sure. ^ ^____  ==Hf^g��elji-sH$]nti^  is not like the- members oiYthe Tiiriiet*  goVerniiicjiti They took retainers from  private clients and- fought in tlie courts  against the pi-ovinec. "Joe" Mai'tiii  dfops private clients AA'hen thc-it* interests  conflict AVith the kite rests of .the pro-  vince^aMd fights in and out of the courts  for the pi'OA'ince.  ��>oaik politicians are /hiding it tyceepd-  i-flgly diificiilt to carry Avatel' on both,  slioiflders arid to ]*)lea.*e everyone. Tli6  poutiejiVn that does not try to please  anypil;e antl wlio stands square and flat-  footed on the platfoi'in on wliich lie was  elected \ViJl in the end, be .satisfied with  himself, ;.it least.  It is not likely that industrial Capital-  istsA\dll.hei;'eaffcer niake.any great effort  to locate ill di- near Vancouver, seeing  that tlie Ludgates, who AA*ere Availing to  establish a saAviniU that Avould give employment to a large nviniberof men, have  been wdkied-worse than horsethieves are  treated' ih" Texas. There seems to be tAvo  kinds, of laAV iii this pvoviiice; brute force  for some aiid kid, gloves for others. Who  ever heard of brute force being used on  the Canadian Pacific or on the Duns-  muirs?   Thr council should take a stand against  the petitions that are presented from  time to time tusking for special privileges  -within the fire limits of the town. The  fire limits byhiAVAvas a aviso measuro'a-nd  its enforcement lias .had a good effect/  Had it not been passed there would today  be feAV brick buildings in Nelson..    -  A   GOLDFIELD   THAT   IS   NO   GOOD.  .Miners that have returned from the  Swift Current goldfields say that the dis-  coveries on that creek arc-.worthless.  One of the returned miners is Mr. Price  of Golden. JIe is reported as saying: "1  am sorry to hear of the reports tliat have  been circulated from Edmonton through  Mr. Jackson's correspondence as to the  i ichncss of the field, for there is positiA-c-  ly nothing developed so far to "justify any  such sensational reports. The story  about $40 a day being taken out is nonsense, for as a matter of fact thoro_ has  not been a dollar's Avorth of gold yot'scnt  from the ground. The only gold-sent  out Avas .<*ome 1 sent to Mr. McDenuott  last fall. SAA'ift Current-is a A'ery heaA*y  glacial-fed stream, and Avill ahvays be  difficult to Avork. The ground there  avouIcI require to be A'ery rich to be payable. We made a pump to try to cope  Avith the Avater, but coiild not do so Avhen  it rushed in through the gravel Avith the  spring freshet. As Ave Avent down aac  made test panm'ngs and certainly got a  little gold, and a good deal of iron-but it  will be impossible to say anything definite as to the value of the ground until aa*c  get to bed-rock. The unsatisfactory  thing about it so far is that in sinking  the shaft we could not get gold anything  like what we got at rinivock."'  THOMSON'S  OVER FORTY VARIETIES  CHOICE AND FRESH  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  AVK ARE NOT ADVERTISING  E  To come in  our establishment  and  Y   look around,  I   We.always, have -  the* latest  styles in footwear  to. show you  We  would like  to make  your acquaintance  and introduce  you to our  SHQES  LADIES'  WRAPPERS  Wash Suits  IN RED, BLUE, FAWN,  GREY, LINEN AND WHITE  COLOURINGS  Dress Skirts, Silk Underskirts,  and Wash Blouse Waists, to suit  the most fastidious, all prices, styles  and colouring-s. Call and examine  these goods, the visit will repay you  SKIRTS  Cheap and Codd Washing Wrappers  IN ALL SIZES  Ready-made Skirts in  Homespun Linen,  Pique, Denim, and Duck  u  AJlVilimliS BXOGK.  This   season, It  is  not   necessary,  Everybody  Icnows that our  Stock is Larger  and Prices Lower  Than Other Dealers.  Sportsfneri   want   the  best   and   can   always  get it at  Thomson Stationery Co., M  ���trEJLSOlsr,,   3B- c  IRlWIflSiiMLlI  OR DAWSON CITY?  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  BEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIK^T POOR XVfik'V llAiilOIl. G. 13UIElWG.\  If you are, call and get posted  Oil the White Pass and Yukon  route, which is the best, safest  and cheapest possible.  A. R. SHERWOOD  Baker street West. iSfclsOn, 13. C.  Siflk.GriiSe for shar6s in'  pleasant  VaJley   Mjues^   JJraLted-,   Cari^BoOi  :'few   is your   chanCf*   as   only   a  limited   number \yill be  placed  on,  ^salewhei-e^and^wJlJ^so-OjiJie^sc^  to  BLACKSMiTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  wtraittitf  4Kho^^use=pLeks,^s.ho^yls^=_etcli^  Turner & Boeekh block, NelsOn, B. C.  C. D�� J. CHRISTIE  GENERAL BROKER,  PIANO  OEGAN  VIOLIN  GUITAR  MANDOLIN  BANJO  AUTOHARP  ACOORDEON  VIOLIN BOW  STRINGS  or MUSIC  Call at our Store and we "willdo the rest.'  Wo have it line n.-'soiimenl of woolens always  on blind. Uoorts marie li|> at tlio .shortest possible notico. As cverylhmj} is 'kept and made  on the premises, satLsfuycioii is assured.  . M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Canada Drug andJook-Co.,  . LI3VCIT*H!I3.  ..."   Comer Hakor and SUvnloy SLrecU, Nelson.  If jou want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and smniner, I have over 500 dill'er-  ciit patterns of Scotch and Knglish tweeds,  which I will inako to your order at the low  price of ..  $25  Black Venetians make a nice suit for summer wear At ��2-1  Black serge suits in sack or morning coat. .��21  A heavy  Seotch  tweed,   nice  patterns  for  business suit , , SIS  Trousers at equally low prices. Kit and finish  no hotter in Canada. Ladies' fine tailoring a  specialty.   Clement block, Baker street.  Steveqs, Tl]e Tailor  AVill buy 125 by 120 feet at the  southwest corner of... Arernon  iind. Bark streets with iiii  pro.vemoiit.s. One of. the. best  residences.in Nelson. Terms:  $2i'M) easli; balance iu six .-mil  twelve months. Apply lo John  Houston, Vernon St., Nelson.  FOR BENT  FOR SALE  A 7-room house >...  A iVroOln house ���  ..S30  A large boanlingrtiOu.se doing good  business, centrally locMod.  . fio'il osiatp in all purls of the city,  LOANS IKSUUANGK.  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, which for qualities and  material canricJt be beat.  AVngon repairing promptly attended to by a first-class  wheelwright;  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  CltStoni"w6rK ftoliroutsifle points. " -.-..-..  Stiop;   H^ll Streetf betweefi Baker and"yefnbii, flelson  HI  mim a spEaiALiy  Althougli the Innes & Hmnber syndicate  lots iii Addition "A" are withdrawn fi-om,  sale, Ave still have a large list of residential  lots on our  list.    Lots  in   Hume Addition.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Baker Street AA'cst, Nelson, 11. C.  SNAPS  Wc have two bit; snaps in real estate  Call and get particulars.  Money to Loan  Agents for Mellor's Plate Glass and  Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance.  Vancouver Hardware Co., IM  Importers Of Shelf a,nd jftoavy Hardware.  MARA & ttA3tNA.rtI> BLOCK. UAKER ST., NKLSO^f  arsx.Eipia-onsrEi  35  ���During the, sOjis-on we Avill, do-  liver ice nt private residences  nnd buwlios1" houses daily in any  desired quantity ut Oiisolii'iible  pi'iccS.  J. L VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,   ;  Alines and Mining Stocks    . Customs Urokcr'  HKAL KSTAT10 AND GKNKRAL AGKNTS ���  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  Merchandise hauled to and from depots; bus  meets all trains and boats. Special attention  Biven to the transfer of baggage. Orllco and  stables on Vernon; Street, opposito The Tribune:  Wilson & Harshaw  BON TON RESTAURANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The only restaurant in the city  employing only white cooks.  Merchants'lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to.8.    Short orders   at   all   hours.  Plumbers, etc., Opera; House Block, l^elsOn  Nelsoii ItfQIi Wbrifes  MAN^UFACTlJlOsntS' Oh*  BNOiNES. BOItEKg. SH^LFITNGI, ifiON ANt>��  BR.ASS OASTlSfes OIT1 *B*VJEiR;*^ DPSOBIPTION  llepairs promptly attended to,       P. O.i Box 173.  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENT'S FOft  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil: Co.  Washirig^on Brick arjd Lir^fe Co.  The H. W. lV(cNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian An.th.ra-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers In,  STOVE Wd6l)  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Ik  V',  PAYMENT MU3T ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLKRS OF  Fine La^er Beep,  Ale and Portei?  "Prompt and regular  (liilivory to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson;  iroftMwJ^uCTawf^iH. TPIE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17- 1809.  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND  MT. ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  K   SVCLOUSTON Goneral Managdr  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  ���N-E3LS03ST   BRANCH  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BUANCIIKS IN     :  LONDON  (England).   NEW YORK,   OHIOAGO  and in IJ10 principal cities in Canada.  Huy and soil Sterling tixchango and Cable Transfers  UltANT COMMKROIAI. AND TKAVKM.KHS' 0KKDIT8.  available in any part of the world.  DRAFTS ISSUED    COLLECTIONS MADE; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  THE   ROYAL   IRISH   STRAIN.  Toronto News.  That royal blood flows in tlie veins of  every Irishman is  a  generally  conceded  genealogical fact that few Aviso men will  dispute���in the presence of an Irishman.  The iron heel of the despot litis at various  times been firmly  planted  on  his  neck,  but never with sufficient force to stop his  tongue from wagging in defiance of constituted authority, or in agitating for his  right to do as he pleased with his own or  other people's   possessions.    -.Heretofore  the royal Irish have confined' their pretensions to the thrones  of the  different  -provinces of the  Emerald  Isle,  but the  disturbance  in  the  Philippines  has  re-  A*ealed the fact that the rebel Aguinaldo,  'who is contending Avith Uncle Samuel for  supremacy in the archipelago, is also an  Irishman.    AVe might have  known that  none but a native of the Green Isle could  offer so stout a resistance to tlie* forces of  the United States,  but,  strange to say,  the thought did not occur to us till the  following pretty'"'story' was  brought to  our  notice by  the  Kingston  Freeman:  "Mr.      Peter     Scanliiii,      of     Newark  avenue'    Jersey    City,    Avhose    reputation    for   A'eracity     is     excellent,    declares      that      Aguinaldo,      who      is  giving the Americans so much trouble in  the  Philiijpiues, is  thec son of ah Irishman.      Mr.*   Scanlau   says ���:-'the'--..;Fiiipmbv  Y;\Iea;cl^  j:fatlYei*fcY^  ryiverryywhopyeptfto\mmg9%.ong;^w  ���s^s'ijve, inai*meg&(w JapaMeseV-^rqinan". vyMesthem.  3^ii(^|Xj'^^  |}:%h^gi'0��ee^  ���C^gftimiMfcwal #^.��&-amiiiila**fjiiltf"il*i��  : \ 'miti the %d!robject^l7tb thljit ��� calli'hg" ;a(i<I  :.n.4<5ldrhi^fatlieEfe"$vis:hed to he. %��� second;  JS- =7..v.. .^vi-y'.yatsK, .'i ���.V'*w.i,f ���������. ..'C,',.,;...-'."��.'.".r- s  : George ^Tashmgtftn^,^  is;��^i^44V'^i^^feK^tiL^|^^^<i�� Kf |U|jj^iiclp ^iuafije:  s "F"4"��n*v\fiij; Stltif%-"lhii;^ 'hi  ��� 11'ii.f Vp-goperfyy.^ Mi'i- Seahiah*" thinks^ it is  ���j$gk"_$��_g fe^^^ai^dt)* ijli^ijiakel5,  y Af'i^V this Ave will U0t be sui:pi:is��|d to  "learn B*rmii- -Iji'' ���>^^'titjj��,(jli'(S��S*g'-' is *lie soli of a  Gorker| or. thkM I0'��-nl" P&pl llriigeif is a  desepi^aht pf MriahBOriii" .-���'    ".'....  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^on, District.  American Avorkinan puts in 3100 hours on  a given job, compared with 1900 by the  English Avorkman, tlie hitter's output being limited by the rules of his union.  A Menace to Tlieir Independence.  Notwithstanding the favorable reports  that come from the Transvaal a.s to the  intentions of president Kriiger, there is a  feeling of uneasiness among tlie Boers at  the steady and almost imperceptible increase of the British force in their neighborhood.    There are   already   in South  Africa nearly  20,000 British soldiers���a  force only G000 less than would be able to  cope  Avith any army, that the republic  could put into  the field.    The  Boers. believe  that the presence of this force is a  menace  to tlieir independence, and that  'Great Britain is determined to take steps  to insist on the recognition of her suzerainty.    Indeed, many of them go further,  and  declare   that * Mr.  Chamberlain has  made up his mind to resume possession of  the Transvaal.    Their alarm is not diminished by the knowledge that they can no  longer   count   ou   the    support   of   the  kaiser, who appears to have become convinced that the  government of president  Kruger is responsible for all the troubles  that threaten the existence of the republic and the peace of South Africa.  A New Use for the Telephone.  A good story of a young man, Avho, besides being bf the spendthrift order, is a  splendid mimic, and ean imitate his  father's Aroice to a nicety. Not long ago  the young man wanted, Avithout delay,  some money to pay a bill, and he knew  that his father would treat a request for  the same with cold contempt. Waiting  till he kneAV that his father would be  away, he went to the telephone call-room  and rang up the office, calling, for the  cashier. The cashier AA'as forthcoming,  and when he was at the other end the  youiigman imitated his sire's voice.  .^g-��sa#,*v^^^  <s"M|o|.5&"i��;fe  to done in ten, but aside from this speculative element in the case, is it well for  the British Columbia mine owners to giAre  the eastern public the idea- that they are  Avorking on such a narroAv margin tliat  an increase in the price of labor avou Id  force them  to shut down?  An  Old-Timer Heard From.  Speeial to The Tribune.  Prixcrtox, May 17.���T feel it a du��y 1  owe the people of Nelson to acrjimint  them witli the fact tliat the long-lost and  would-be-lamented, the honored and esteemed Micky Burns, after many hardships and blistered feet���yet Avith evenly  balanced head���has arrived safely at  Copper mountain, and is looking around  for an opportunity to do business.  FULL LINE OF  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  HUME.  S. W. Daiibnry  H. S. Keller, Sun Francisco  If. McLean, Kaslo  l'. IT. Taylor. Montreal  .(������lin Keen, Kns'o  AV. .1. Gnrd. Ireland  Stephen Bywater, Ymir  Phillip White, Ymir  S. si usee, Sandon  H. Conlon, Victoria  A. li. Cramer. St. Paul  W. llenninglmm. Ottawa  O. D. Godfrey. Kingston  J. U. McKay, Vancouver  QUKKN.'S.  Cranbrook  Harold   Thomas,   London,  Kng.  II. V. I'crguson, Vancouver  Henry Hoy, Ross and "  C. Kagles, New  Westminster  R. Martin, Kossland  IT. JI. Livingstone, Brook-  lyn  ,AV. S. .lolmston  and wife,  Montreal  -;53 ^^^iSiSiB:^^^ ^iSiJF** _2%  m  'e3-(=3-C=3*  H. Hlmidy. Kuskonook  1). .1. Mclj.ichlan,  Vancouver  ���I. A. McLean, Winnipeg  It. M. I'ichardson. London  I'. Anderson, Sandon  GRAND CKNTItAI  W. G. Ross and wife, Cranbrook  "Airs. AV. T. Kaake, Cranbrook  .1. Mi.l'oug.-il. Sandon  W. A. Stone and wife, Spo  kane  V. J. Dorrity, Kaslo  O. Clarke, ltossland  W. Sacher. Salmo  J. iJriscoll, Grand Forks  PHA1U.  L. V. Wolfe, A-jmn, Col.  .1. II. Alexaudor, A'niir  .1. It. Wood, Ymir  Henry    Kingston,    Traves  City. Mich.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  loc il and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  If what you want is not in stock wc will make it. for you  CALL AND GET PRICES...  J. A. McDonell, Kaslo  h\ .1. Field, Kaslo  T. If. Alywin, New Denver  Gus Anderson, New Denver  Mrs. Webber, Sandon   ���  Miss McWilliams, Sandon  A. |{. Crcigh, Chicago  K. li. Norton, Oakland, Cal  MADDEN.  W. I). Churchill, Spokane  H. Stevenson, ltossland  Thos. Gould, ltossland  Thos. Conlau, Toronto  G. G. Hushly, Fort Steele  V. Snyder, Peterborough  W. S. Crowe, Montreal  AV. H. Iticliardson, Toronto  T. D. Winslow, Trail  B  B  A day like yesterday makes me think of summerwear, and  nothing is more comfortable for ladies' wear than a nice fitting  muslin or percale blouses. We have them in all sizes, from  32   to  42,   and   at   prices   to   suit   everyone,   a.s   the   following:  Ladies' print   blouses,  detachable   collar  and   cuffs $1.00  Ladies' muslin   blouses     r,2s  Ladies' percale   blouses     T eQ  Ladies' muslin   blouses    I#5'0  Ladies' zephyr blouses. .$1.75 worth $2.50, everyone a bargain  ���1. Brophy, 1)  T. J. Harris, Kevelstbkc  John Munro, Sandon  John Malum, Sandon  IL Diamond, Grass Valley,  Cal.  Ji. Longhurst,   Dubiqucst,  P. Q.  TREMONT.  P. McCulloch, Sandon I J. Johnston, Cranbrook  D. Kitchener, Sandon | J. Sinnetl, Cranbrook  The Tremont Hotel  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  NELSON.  TEEMS   O-A-Sia:  &.mm  Jt  fllALOfJE & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Burns <fr Co.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  J, A.  Headquapteps for Miners and Prospeetors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors a"11 Cigars  ALAVAYS ON HAND.-,  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  CHARLES HILLYER,  PRESIDENT  HARRY HOUSTON,  RECRKTAKV  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  LiayniTEiD.  .'jrAK-tri^voTLTiiijfcb^^K'.S'h s7�����s j  (ip]u:ekllpd(ky6''the^  "lie�������-vV;Ds" rMrigiiX'-1 by" ���;ihe" pcQiiS(llfeiiti6us*  ca^lueis,  aiicl,- ���a^pjifiv^u'fil-y - iij. linger," tlie  yoiiiig" iiiaircqiiteutecl.JiiMs'Sl^ "^yitli .tlie"  M*0..   WifeixYfelie " old,"jiiiait" i;ea,eliei'l - tjie  omeo ilieiyeysvak& scene.,    ,   ���  ��� = -"      v"-  Had .Met (Before:  "Jt feeTemSagif WgJiactiuetbefoi*e���some-  whet'B,'" iSaicl the eolou^l $i'tei* he had  tlilked- politics with the sfii'arigei' for lia-1 J  aii''lio'iir,  "Yes, it seems soto .me," was the reply.  ''Were yau iu Deaaw'ffOGl iiifl870 ?"  "Yes, i w^i i_ , ;   ''WeS^.-you; ou ayxxry that tried a man  for slio^titigf "k * .salooii"lceeper ��'  '���Isiireiy Wife, ^ek sir, I "was foreman  of that "jury., 1*5 it possible that yoii were  on that jury as jvell?''  "Oii, ilo���I was tile prisoner," replied  tlie stranger.  "But���but avo brought in a verdict of  guilty!" stanlinered! tlie colonel.  "Tes, I know, aiid I Was to be hung  and all that, but I bought the "jailor Off  for $50 and dug out."      ' ��� ���������  MI hope you don't bear me no illwill,"  silid tho colonel after a palfrfrtt pause.  "Not, tho slightest," ropied tlie ���jtraiiger  as he extended Ill's haii'd. "DSiriug tlio  next two years I potted seven of that  jury, and rail; four out of the countt'y,  and I can afford to lot tip on you. No,  no hard feeling over a trifle like that."  American Locomo'lfiv'es for South Wales.  The directors of the Barry Dock &  Ilailway Company have decided, after  mature eonsideraifcion, to accept tlieten-  ders of an American firm for the supply  , of several lOcoinOtives for tlieir mineral  and passenger train service. They have  further decided to accept tenders for the  supply of three Jo^biiiotiVes of Belgian  manufacture. Following so closely upon  the orders given to America and Belgium  by prominent railway companies, and  the Egyptian goverliiiient authorities in  respect of the Soudan railway, this order-  is well calculated to cause consternation  iu tlie" rauks of English engineers. THe  Barry railway director^ assort that, in  addition to. getting quicker delivery, the  cost is about ��500 less on each locomotive than thev would have to pay in  England, whilst the workmanship is quite  as good, if not superior. By way of  elucidating the poiiit of difference between the cost of American aud English  engineering  work, it  is  stated that the  pAxe  Concise* 'aifd". Olear  j   u -]".p-.i". ��� = ^^*iF���eal'��n'j'Y''':n,e^Si�� '"vf'i  '", M-f ��*|"''iel$in^ acend'"'  ,bfe eonimeitdfedY for"thOjiY fOiinYauxttOiiO.. ���  Tl|e^fev%IiiejitS Of facts' are eOu'cise and-"  clpiir, knd they are explained aiid comfeici^  erJicl and   weighed.,    Qpn'OsftiQu, "cl-itics  are troated less, lis "?*|)���ai*fcifausi'seeking'-.to��  injtke a  point against,, tire goyet'iiinent  and inOi'e" as statesmen. "sVliO^re seeking  the public welfare.   The blaring; bouue-  iiig, boastful style of 'budget speeoh-inak-  iiig xyM be, it is to be hoited, fina'lly  abaiidOiied.       _^___  How it is Done in Ontario.  A few days ago in an Ontario town a  fa "X �����d,cf#!gi^^^^*>. 'fy(y:ySr"^  .*" .'..".. j "..����     y"-.-      -   ���-������   -    u���"i,-:-f-?;"   .  " pactqiiy Wokic Ddjri? t<*> puttfeit,  r.    .��      , ." ��'u-6n A's -  ,laM"��^i*ri|;*"''       y   ���  '$S^'de^ei^.]0^.-. .;.-���*...��� .   '...(.-.  .-.  G<&era| ^Mip^i^ Work.  IS STOCK,  of ait Sizes and Kiiids  One  of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  ���iliSghley;^^ Hre^tKi-^ilty  "Lg,rgo"'GOni��Ort|iblQ1 bodroonis and  fltet-olaas* flifiing  room.   Sainploi roojh? for oonvihercfal" men.,  fi C^  J  ���lifcte* of tho lioytxl Hotol, Oalgary,  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at flelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL  STORES AT -  Nelson,   Trail, Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade"  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  promptly forwarded fjeati 0fficey Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Coi  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  IISH AND POULTRY IN SEASOWf  Hrlet, Neisow L C. TRAVES, Manager  ��� Sm "    lOkDKRS BY MAIL RKCE1VK CAK_EFUL AKD PROMPT ATTKNTION.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA C0LDFIELDS, Ltd.  ����� '.;������<'.'C:'       HEAD  OFFICE,  LONDON,   ENGLAND.  ~biitWei;'w��r^B^^  iiig piu'tjliased two bags of potatoes be-  foiO tho hour of ll a.in. lie wanted tlio  potatoes to eat, a fact which, was not regarded as justiftcation, tliough it may  have been considered a liiitigatiug circumstance, when the presiding justice of  tho peace was deterinining tire punishment. It is reported that the butcher is  inclined to complain against the law, instead of being thankful that his niuiYiei--  pal council permits him to buy potatoes  during the remaining hours of the day.  No Use Fighting.  Torbato Tolegi'iim.  British Columbia mine owners will injure their gold and silvor properties in  the estimation of tho OHsteii'n public if  they liglit against the law reducing day  work for miners from ten to eight hours.  Surely the margin betAveen profit arid  lOss in the working of a gold and silver  property in British Columbia is not so  narrow that the theoretical addition of  twenty per cent to the cost of labor will  abolish dividends. There is* at least a  possibility that the miners will do as  much in eight hours as they have hither-  S.tu'iiiiil On.Okivci'uniei't wllal'f.'  ^actoi-jr jiiul, ollicO,, coriiOi" Ball street ftiva C.P.R. track  WILL 1)0 W*JSLL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  G. 0, BUCHANAN'S  r[. tl. HUME, Manager.  A largo stock of flrst-cl.ass dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPEGIAttV  Tlie finest hotel in, the interior.  Large sample rooms.   StOam heat and .electric liglit.  All cornrnlihfcatidns relating to  British  Columbia  business to be addressed  to P. O. Draper  505, Nelson, British Columbia  J, RdDIERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager \  S. S"FG)WLER, E.M., Mining Engineer I  NELSON, B;C.  A.THURMAN  SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS  -Keepsa-fuiriine"of"  ROYAL SEAL. AND KOOTENAY BELLE CIGARS  And all other brands of the  Yard:   Foot of Hondrj-x street, iVblson  ���Telephone. 01 Johjl    1*^,   Ag^t  ft  llcatlijiiarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  LODGE   MEETINGS.  TT NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-Nelson   Lod  Knights of Pythias, meets in I.  Igo,  No,  25,  p. O.F.Uan.cornor  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  C. FRENCH, C. C. G. EOSS, K. of R. & S.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in oach month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS. *  AH. HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Asanyor.  ��    Victoria street, Nelson.   EWAUT & CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7 and 8 Aberdeen block, Baker street. Nelson.  H.  CANE���Architect and artist,  next door to Nolson library.  Rrokenhill   Block,  FOR   SALE.  HOUSE and three lots, Nos. 5,' (!, and 7, Rlock 10. Mill  street, Nelson, B. C.   For full narticularH apply lo  A. Manson. Grove Hotel, near Fort Sheppard station.  Wc make <>��� specialty of  Srjiplap aqd Double Dressed IVJaterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Office and yard near C.P.R. depot   K. G. BElCft, Agent.  IMPORTANT NOTICE  RE DUNCAN CITY LOTS  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON  NKLSON  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  Tho only hotel in, Nolson that has remained tinder One  miviiagoineijt since lSOO.  The -cd.rooms are well funiishod and liglitcd by  electricity.  Tliodiniiig��room is not Second to any in ICootcnuy.  ThO bar is aHvays stocked1 by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Two and a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.  Nelson Tent and Awilg ianufaetopjf.  all K:����<r__j��s Q-r  CANVAS GOOm,  TEftTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  KASLO, B. C, May I2tli, ISO!).  Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that  I havo been appointed sole agent for completing all the  sales made by'Messrs'. Simpson Bros. & Keeling of lots lit  Duncan City, Houscr Lake, West Kootenay. It. C��� under  contract for deeds thereto. All such purchasers arc hereby required to notify me of tlieir address, and present  holdings, that the roll may be corrected in ii'.coi'duncu  therewith.   The second overdue payments must bo forwarded to me on or before the 15th flay of .J une, proximo,  when appointments will be made for the completion.  .     WILLTAM -f. TWISS,  Sole agent Simpson Bros. & Keeling.  cMf^lTLulBEFcoT  CnESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   .  All sizes of dimension timber and all kinds of lumber  out to order, and shipped lo Nelson iu carload lots  Write forpriccH,  Spring Chickens, Fr8Sh; Cream,  Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of which are from the ranch belonging to the hotel  SPECIALTIES;  A pleasant place to spend afternoons, evenings and  enjoy delicacies that cannot bo obtained in hotels or  restaurants at Nelson. Good stabling. Open day and  night.   Can be reached by either road or water.  WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.  COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL  -_r_vr:iK, ib. c.  Kvervthing first-class  Choice brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars  Rates 51.80 and ��2 per day,  J. W. SMITH, 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-. BERKS, Proprietor   ...    '-        "'  Krco bus meets all trains  Hourly street car to station .,  ALL SIZES OF  Baker street.  TENTS IN STOCK  opposite postofHce, Nelson  THEO. lsKJU3&miW  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLrBWHAITB  McPHia'  IC  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Eleetrio Po*��*>er Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towna  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Eells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 806.  ' Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  $5500  Revelstoke, B.C.  Will buy 24 horses, 12 wagons, 2  wagonettes, 1 buggy, 10 sets of  sleighs, and a complete outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc., and a going business of  $30,000 a year.  Terms.  ^>��3(Tkr*k<r^ Will buy two lots and Improve-  q><J\s\Jys ments on north side of Vernon  street, between Ward and Josephine streets.  Terms.  diAiEZCin w*n buy-SO by 120 feet on the  ipif*J\J\S south side of Baker street, between Stanley.and Kootenay streets.   Cash,  <fc-in .WI W111 buy SO by 120 feet on the  <p_l.\S9\J\s\J .northeast corner of.Baker and  FOR STYLISH MILMNffll  and Fancy Dress (ioods  Blouses and Bres^ Skirts  CALL ON  Josephine streets.  ,P.r O. Box 67  Cash.   J0HN HOUSTON,  Vernon street, Nolson  Mrs.   E   McL&ughfirr  JOSRPHINK STREKT,>JRLSON THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,   B. C,  WEDNESDAY, MAY
1890.
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A large stock of ladies' and gentlemen's
purees and pocketbooks in genuine
seal and monkey skins, of all shades- of
color and bound in gold and silver, just
received. These are the finest goods in
their line ever brought to Nelson. Complete line of drug sundries of the best
quality constantly on hand. Special attention   to  compounding   perscriptions.
LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.
W. F. T
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CORNER RAKKIt AND JOSKPHINE STIlKKTS, NKLSON*
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WE HAVE NOW A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SPRING- AND SUMMER
GOODS FROM AMES, HOLDEN & CO.,
J. D. KING & CO., M'CREADY AND
OTHER MAKERS. CALL AND '-'SEE
OUR .SPECIALS IN TAN AND CHOC-
LATE.   CALL AND GET OUR PRICES
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gdfdt 0Big Vmontb- later;
*jrJ>.jri(aice. room for rjeW
Jgopdsi •„ Our display of
TRiigs farid Art Squares
"isYithe ■finest ever seen
in" Kooten,ay. Trjey are
"reiqeiVed direct frtim the
eastern Jmporters=sothat
in Buying from us you
are Virtually reaching
headquarters.
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Sikifs, with or wi-Rout "boi/tlel's,
Tlie re are wen in Nelson "who believe
that a race track would be an addition to
tlie town. Tliey claim tliat tliere is no
other town in the mining districts so
centrally located, and that there are
many people in tho mining' camps that
believe horse racing to be one of the
grandest of outdoor sports.
A meeting oi" tlie shareholders of the
iiume Hotel Company was held last
night, at which tliere were present Hon.
.1. Fred Hume, John A. Kirkpatrick and
Horace I), llmne. W. A. Galliher and C. .1.
Wilson were represented by proxies. The
report of the manager and treasurer was
presented, showing a satisfactory business since the opening of the hotel. John
A. Kirkpatrick was elected president of
the company, and Horace.I J. llumemaiiager
and treasurer. The president, manager
and J. Kred Hume constitute the board
of directors. Xo dividend was,- declared,
the profits of tlie business being devoted
to making improvements * in the. hotel
building.
The members of the decoration committee of the library ball are requested
to meet at the opera house this fore upon
at ten o'clock to arrange matters in connection with the decoration of the ball
room.
Ii,. 0. Ferguson, of Vancouver, who enjoys the distinction of being the only
member of the Society of Kootenay
Pioneers who has paid his subscription,
arrived in Nelson last evening from tlie
Coast.
Ii. M. Bird of Cannington Manor, N. W.
T., who has been in Nelson for the past
week, left last night for home. Mr. Bird
lias purchased two lots at the corner of
Robson and Kootenay streets from J. Ji.
Bowes, and left instructions with G. U.
Curtis, to have plans and specifications
drawn for a residence to be built on the
lots.
Noav tliat residential property in Nelson is beginning to move, Dave McBeath's
chief regret is that his father neglected
to teach him' Gaelic. With this accomplishment he thinks lie "would have no
difficulty in unloading his Silica street
corners upon the Scotch capitalists who
are purchasing the bulk of the property
sold.
c Thomas McPhersou of J3esBrisay'. &
Go's store, and E. Peters, freight agent at
the Nelson & Fort Sheppard depot,-leave
this morning on the steamer Moyie for a
month's prospecting trip on Duck creek,
east of Kootenay -Landing.'
A burning chimney on the. residence of
were closed a couple of weeks ago on account of being overcrowded, will remain
closed until some action is taken by the
government to provide additional accommodation.
The uniform rank of the Knights of
l^ythias are making an effort to take
part of Nelson's pleasure, seekers to Kaslo
on the <|neon's birthday. They will, no
doubt, succeed.
BUSINESS   MENTION.
To bo rallied on Saturday, May 20th. a
£iin : cost, price two years a wo sixty guineas (over S'l'iui:
hardly over been used: made liy I'mdoy, the celebrated
Knglish maker: Whit worth st.ut-1 barrels: Uihoiv w\\\g<i.
It may bo inspected *'l the Oilier Million. TicUils ono
dollar each. Will hu 111IIHI as soon as I5U tickets are
sold -that is half Hie original cost price. Tickets may lie
obhiincil at I lie Ollice Saloon.
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NELSON, B. C.
KASLO, B. C.
SANDON, B. G.
DEALERS IN
and Heavy Hardware
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Giant Powder
TRUAX
ORE
OARS
Canton Brill Steel J
"„ "eldprt .Vhicli ■onen.Sdii |?'^s0-fi"pn4F^y---'^O|lii
TJnidjl k^i   sc|iiiii'es,  Japanese   squai?e.-3   and  rugs,
SmyiSa, an&v^ecumseh riigs.     "'
40 Different Styles
Of   baby cai'i'iages   aud, go-carts  to
Bitttau eliairs and rockers:
select   from.
Fumitur0ytf^ll^Mi^s~ ^	
Is udvanciiig, and notice to this effect has been
Sent to the ti'ade by all large nianufacturers.
Hjiving a large sfcoelc. on hand we will be able to
continue to quote bftttor "figui'es than any of oui'
competitors. We have also three carloads' of
furniture oil the Way.
lh
i*
Coviiep Baker aiitj Ward SJfcr-eets., Nelson.
Ore
o? iN-E-L.sdasr, B. a
any
if
Is how prepared to buy all classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and
copper ores. The careful attention given to large contracts will be extended
to-the smallest shipper. Prompt settlements and choice of mode of sampling guaranteed.
Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B. G.
'■'■'   ■'-"■' GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Manager.
O, M. ROSENDALE, Purchasing Agent,
■y 'Thd' Ideal -qr^g; p£ '*thne- n§'a1.vatib:u: Aymy
i -Jia-a ^rplia-le^^e^yat^^ -.'stfeet
„". lot t"0" the ea-tf „.of -."tji.^ s-jIjV^Uwjg ^e\|picd:
"""by the liev-jloljert Fv&k:" ^Thp-dbiil Wi\s
Madp by AIpcJgJ^j,-l■D■S.t^vitI•_«lmfl^tIIe jpriee-
"is.-giiyeh as $(M\-.    --    ""   ]...,"■
. yfThp,Iljall %iihen, iiipv'itedi "|sjjv(^spjpg' nip
jregnilai1 Bhipinetvtsfol le^tUgi']fe*"'bryTJioO.
^en*l'-diJd,ay""lot,*y tOUS-w^t-e^li^ec! to the
V^flbe^y. at YNeWarlc,   Ne-SV   .Tersey,  the
^vfi&xe'df wliich WiiS close upon $10,000,
°'.T'li'&.i^i .„i\xe n Qijly--'tlir-e rppmkopen 'for.
.piipils .>^";*th© '"_>l,_5_j_li, pnbTic sch:oo],: -the
"feacjiefe'-beiii^ "pi'iiieipal" Sostlly, a|iss "Del-
.liilige aiid; Al-iss. D'Reilly,   fes. Bearey'-s
4uicl ^tiss ^iekha'jn's depaa'thieTitS, wliich
It p;iys us to-deal squarely with
you and to represent our goods
and methods just as they are. It
pays us to slrive for excellence in
quality and price, ahvays aiming
to place in the hands of customers
the best -roods at the smallest
figfures. On this basis we invite
your inspection of our* lines.
The latest and neatest stock in
Sash Clasps, Belts in all patterns,
Blouse Sets, Skirt Pins, Shopping
Bags, Ladies' Lorgnette Chains in
patterns.
A specialty of Diamond Jewelry
of all kinds and descriptions.
We   want  your' watch   repairing
Jlwilf *\*®i$i^,p'!$^
'^a?n;"sa\%i,";" yottY»rrjpEe7^ ;-_(ry4'^L!i);^r^
;p;aii-7: "s%,di;l?l = *"* *° ■ i""..« :°'"'"- y-° '""""■ - r^°-»- [yy.
CARRY IN STOCK;
Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal
Pipes, and Fittings
Giant, Caps and Fuse
Tools, Cutlery, Tin
and Wooden ware
Stoves, Ranges,
Iron,  Steel,   Sheet
Iron, T-Rails
'v Paints, Oils, Glass
NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.
NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.
A Coat of Paint
__*_D*m ■ -mmim:m
^
"WILL. ADD TO THE SELLING VALUE OF
A SHABBY LOOKING HOUSE
When you make up .'your-mind "to"'-use a little Paint,
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.
ROI^MS-AN'D'v^FFtOESYY ■'■• •■-'. y:.;
..-.." ■   *" .*&M,¥  • „    .      ■■„..„■    ......
A.     •     iib j, niccqfrfhc lhiiioarit _rf.ih._fi, ]",iii}ilCcl. '
XeudferiJ tire iiivilctl for Uic.-liitliling for one y_iir d{
(iliecrit-ii'c 6tid]jiit of ore fi'Cit) l.ftc X\rli'it,6>viii,,c.r Mi'iid^ uiHl
3iV iisoii, LMiiieSto "V\«liito\ViiCor Sl,atiQu,iind, for Qp-frciglit*
to tlic^sifinc, ini'iic..
Ten'"
Ft
a©-s "fo-'.ablv iijhio jtd-bo*'so-iii-isilc. ■'„ .'-.
(full prCHl-ulars"Apply to 'hbx, 12^ J-tuslo, B.%
'Or.
NEELANDS'
EMPORIU
lb will be to your tidvantage to see qui' kt-ge
unci complete stock of Boots .and Shoes. We
carry the following Ijiies: J. &. T, Bell, J.
IX Kii-tg & Co., North Star Shoe Co.j Foots,
Schultz it Co., Stridford Shoe Co,, Ames, Holden it Co,, antl other leading iiiakers.
E^e-py^i-iy ^to^tt^eiiwlis- 'jfe_i_gs|ll^';#t?G^_l:ei^
&&£_££},. etc.* "wH_ vs_li>^Mdi_'e^:'Bfe'C^lM_i#^
_■ a. '   rfon    gD       -   o    o".   "u ;.d'-    n _^ ,_nd6° ynnn^°n:0a d(f,on * :'°"v^y y; . ^>rD." ^^y ^ » ^w
"," "" ." """'*-■ »,""■".•:•-■ , ' ■ -•   „„/*   "■■y^yy-"'''-A.f-y\".J..':r3pyy,Try;;f.^,<^^^^iy
evep hroytght; to  tlie ii^feteila^r,    FiJuit
arrived in ^piii-t^, ■■'^u!;iix*ts& ^g_l¥|# ■"'fe:3B^J[f, *.-.^^.^cKiri^' -
Telephone lO.
Box K _c W.     Bakei* street West,'. Nelson
20 ANP."28 tV'ljIST BAKKR ST]MSj;*'r, KKIjSON
AN'l)
(.fAKLEVVOOD)
Ice Cream Soda
/\T CENTRAL FRUIT STOljE
Fresh Fruit received dutly
Next, door to Xcltsoii AVino f'O.
Telephone 113. HUMPHUKVS & J'TTTOCIC
~      ' TO   LET. "     '
AN 8-room hoiise: fuinisliod ; lmth-room, clculrin liglit.
piiino,   woikslioii, iiml   liirKu  Kiirilnii.     ("oriic-r  of
Hazlewood
lee Cream
"VVe have been appointed sole ntfcnls in Xelson for
this celebrated Ictj Cream, and are now prepared
to cater to tlie public at our ioo crciim pai'lorn.
which we have fitted tip in 11 rst-class style. Cull
inTniid have a tlli-li of this delicious cream. Other
dealer-' supplied.
Builders and contractors can now secure
the best lime on the market at
per
BUS!MESS AND KKSlDKNTrAI,
PltOI'KRTY
iiO by  120, Baker streei. between  Josephine  and
Ward stI'ce'» ..'.. ***Sf)W)
5U by .126, Baker stredl, botwecu Josephine aud Hall
streets   ,.  -1500
50 by 120, Baker streei, bs t;weoti Josephine at-tlHaU
streets, corner.,...   L.
'80 by 120, Kast Baker street ,. .1.   SCO
_5 by 120 with, improvomonts, south side of Vernon
street  \5000
50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vornon \
street  0000,
2 lots and. largo house beautifully furnished (snap).. _000
2_lots withcottngci-eiited at $15pdrmonth, Victoria
Street... ■    3500
1 lot with cottage rented at 515 per month, Victoria
street ,  2500
2 lots -with cottage rented at §20 por month, Stanley
street    MOO
G lots in block 1 ID, all cleared and fenced in  2500
A Ham F*f*ee
Prom anything that is objectionable is a great treat to/_he
citi/iens of Nelson. Although; we have been sellijrjg vfrom
this car of
But a few days, we have received numerous congratulations
of the highest nature as to the quality and cure of these
Canadian meats. They are, without exception, the finest
meats that have ever been brought into Nelson, being lean,
sweet,  and very mild cure.    The price is down.
CALL   AND   INSPECT
111
Falls  and   Hoover
A'olsoti, 11. <J
Mi-eels.    Apply  lo   K.  1'.  \yimllcy.
THE Olympic Hold, K'a^lo.   Twenty i-oonii; funii'lied
complete: bowling alley..   Apply to Hichunl (lallop,
on the premises.
8i Lott
Tropicfil _'i'iiit Depot,
Corner of Bilker and Ward streets, Nelson
.        __.._   -   Yost. '      ~V
•T ,('^''— A bmad silver brooch, on-Monday night..'* The
J-J   Under will bn suitably rewarded by returning it lo
.Mrs. liijorge Wlcphcnson, Water street, Nelson,
The West ^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.
Baker Street.        T. G-. PROCTOR, Manager
BOARD ANlT ROOM
Kirst-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner
Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of Knglish church.
Heated by steam. Table hoard §1, room and board §5
and 95.50. - .     „■*'.■■'.■
A collection of fine Belgium Canaries for sale.-■-..,■-
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.
0-room house nnd 10 lots set out in orchard   1100
2 lots and improvements, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,
wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything iu connection witli Hurry's milk ranch.     5500
For general information on real estate and for further
particulars on above property apply to
ABEEDEBN BLOCK
NELSON, B. O.
-VsT^_E,I3 BEOS-
Real Estate and General Agonts, Baker St., Nelson
Vienna Restaurant
Baker street, between Josephine and
Hall streets, Nelson.
MKALS at all hours, day or night
BAKKRY IN CONNECTION
FAMILY AND ■.PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY
ONLY WHIT I _ HELP EMPLOY KD
_=_.      HUBET,     PEOPKIETOE
Cream
Sodas
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A fresh consignment of Maplo Leaf Cream Sodas received
direct from the factory, put up in '{-pound boxes. Also
a full line of the Toronto Biscuit and Confectionery
Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forget that we handle
Blue Ribbon Tea.
- JOHN A. IRVING & CO.
Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.
Have just received a consignment of Harris home
made'tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.
FEED J. SQUIfiE, Baker St. Nelson
The supply is limited, so call early and oxamino this stock. '
SPECIAL ATTENTM
g^SsS^SW, «7.«_7

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