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 tOGAL AND MINING NEWS FROM  ADJACENT   TOWNS   AND CAMPS.  Special to The Tribune  Silverton, May 20.���Recent development work on the Lone Star group has  resulted in another find of considerable  importance. A shaft has been sunk on  the ledge on this property, a tunnel driven  eighty feet and several open cuts made,  in till of which clean ore has been exposed. Tlie ledge has been worked on  tor 200 feet iind galena shown the entire  length. The paystreak varies from two  to live inches and assay returns on the  surface ore give LOO ounces silver and  seventy per cent lead. The owners, all  local men, are highly pleased tit the result  of tlieir work on tlie ground. Tlio group  is composed of the Lone Star iind the  Rejected claims and the working all  within (iOO yards of the town limits.  Another galena bearing ledge has been  uncovered at the Queen Fraction, .about  .'300 feet from the recent discovery. No  work, however, will be done at this point  for some time, the owners beiug determined to test their first strike. A tunnel  is being driven on the ledge and the  showing in tho face is excellent.  Assurances have been given to the celebration commit... that not less than ten  teams are to enter the double hand drilling contest, llos.sla.nd, Ymir, Slocan City,  Tliree Forks and Sandon will enter teams,  besides the local contestants. Telegrams  have been received from outside horsemen announcing the shipment of their  horses and asking for stable room.  11 seems to be a settled question that  the miners at work here will insist on a  $3.50 wage. A walkout can be expected.  Already men have refused to go to work  jit mines where the notice calling for  miners at $3 per shift has been posted.  Another football match will be 'played  here on Sunday. The Slocan City players  are endeavoring to charter the steamer  to come here and compete and if they  cannot make this arrangement two local  teams will play. New Denver has refused  to meet the local team on a Sunday.  Rossland.  Rossland, May 20.���II. A. Honeyford,  --.Tames O. Palmer, Thomas Neville, W. F.  Schofield and Mike Cook got on tlie skip  in the main shaft of the War Eagle mine  this morning to be transferred .from one  level to another. At the 250-foot level  the skip got away from the control of  the engineer and fell to the 000-foot  level.    The three men  first  named were  -Pr,  _^QQ__^  >���_.        *'r.-    ���_  SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 21,   1899  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY,   $_i.  THE FIGHT GOES MERRILY  BETWEEN   RIVAL   RAILWAYS.  Thero  they 1:  are three claims in the  group, jind  avc beeu located since LSS.5.    They  are on the north  side  of the  creek, and  about opposite the   Neepawa.    There are  two veins running through the property  from the Oregon City claim, which takes  in   the  -valley.    One  of   the   veins���the  main one- iS ten feet  in  width, and carries a heavy oxide  covering, with quart/,  the full width.    This is   freely  sprinkled  with zinc and galena-, carrying   inedcrate  Values.    It   hits  been    proven    that   the  ledge   carries   the   full    length   on    the  gr up,   trending  slightly  oast  of  north  and west of south.    A   number  of open  cuts have been run on   the ledge, besides  a   tunnel    in   close   to  fifty  feet.    Good  trails   have   been  built, connecting with  the wagon road.    Tho  property  is most  advantageously situated, with splendid  water  power  and   timber.    The smaller  vein, about  400  feet west  and  running  parallel with the big   lead, hits  not been  touched as  yet,   though  the  indications  are   good.    Manitoba   parties, .Avith   A.  Brindle of New Denver and   G. D. Scott  of   'Victoria,   are   the   principal  owners.  Further development of  the group will  be commenced in a few days, at a much  greater depth on the vein.  The Oregon City just below the Fairy  Queen group, is owned chiefly by L. Parkinson, C. Trumbull and S. Boswell of  Kaslo. There is a good cabin and two  blacksmith shops on the claim. Considerable work has been done, almost entirely on the smaller A'ein. The first tun-'  nel is in about 200 feet, having cut the  apex of the ore chute ; while No. 2 is in  over 100 feet, but not quite to the ore  body showing above. The ore is galena,  carrying a heavy combination of iron pyrites and copper. The values in silver*,  lead, copper and gold are fair. The last  work done was on the larger vein, aud  the commencement made of what will be  the main tunnel, as it is believed this will  yet be the chief mineral carrier. Numerous seams of mineral cross-section the  Oregon City and it should make a shipping mine. Another property that will  be worked so soon as the snow will permit of.. sui-plies  being  taken up is  the  V^^^ifl^d^S^ifi-flfbif|h%t_I W  \iil$%4 'JTlie-^eiJiVl^r."ji" =iB*^liJefe"aii-.gF&C''*-r!i_*i*Tot*.^  - B'n"M:iast%a,s" ..^<eIny.��',".��*pla-cf0; ji. "Rqsslaikr khAke.  (���klie^explbstoiS-lh" tlie "Center" f_fcar Iii JS9__  " "-|$$n^Ce"'ni elkiokt HieAkl Sye& 1_xac<|ry  " Jj^]iii*��||f*t|;ijfieE|Vec| in 1ihe. ��__n(i0'i^.e room tliat  ;MtE"43^"p���gQnt��i^ttl|*' is pop^topn.. .  " 'y A.lh.i/g^ was  <l>__lYl_��.-l.*..,iW"'r_~..Yv4.... ,1 .���_i.,w_   ��!:__.  <,,'.,,._._*,���.   .,",._*!,  "3g|oii-j fcH="& "��: $d��"'"; (fh<&":  pVCSeht pikek yfks" their, ultimatum, and  that 'iiipf %$pd;nr!i,-tJi^ _o_ itfpkte; Xvith the  ��� citf" tlv'thj sell-an^ ehe;aper. The by-law  wil) prbB(lMj-fl3i|iA-e" a "majority, but  w-lj.ethOTA,��-id-y'^-:-^^tli_ majority is very  doubtful; "^efterday* the first man of  tlie season, came over tlie Dewtluey trail  from dascade City with -"Stock. He very  nearly killed his licorges and reports five  feet di -iitfW on tlie summit of the second  divide;  Kaslo.  Kaslo. May_ 20,^-M.^ A.^BnekeJefkxnx  VVednesday for Montana.- where lie is  operating some miuing property. His  assayer, James Cooke, left for the same*  place this morning. W. ll. Moodie returned tonight froni Calgary, where he  has been visiting his parents. The Hercules is now making the run between  Kaslo and Lardo daily,  and is doing a  business.  The principal thing that is being discussed throughout the district is tlie early,  enforcement of the eight-hour law. On  the question of $3 or $8.50 Wages for the  eight-hour shift, opinion is pretty erVouly  divided as to which- it should be* but the  general opinion is that the miners aviII  accept* the $3 a day and continue 'working in their present positions.  Preparations for the celebration are  still going on, and everything is almost  ready foi- the day. It is assured that  Kaslo Avill have her usual big crowd present, and it is probable; that there will be  more people iu Kaslo than there ever,  was; There will be three contestants for  the hose reel race, Sandon, Nelson aud  Kaslo, the same teams that met last year.  The contest promises to be a most exciting one. Kaslo has a better team than  she ever had, aud AA'ill make a big effort  to keep the first prize, at home. Sandon  has been practicing hard, and report says  they haA-e made remarkably fast time,  and Nelson, A\'ho has entered at the  eleventh hour, Avill need their best men  if they Avish to- retain their laurels. The  Trail foocboll team, and Bonner's Ferry  and Nelson baseball teams Avill also be  on 'hand and will put tip some close and  exciting games.  New Denver.  Nmw Dknvi-R, May 20.���A representative of Toronto capital will inspect the  Fairy Qiieen group of claims "on Ten-mile  creek shortly with  a  view to purchase.  spr:in:gyi8,^]e_fQ-lc4si]:iiliiV.fe��� "���J.IJu��"yro,perty''iS;  Yo^lilcl^fcfe 'MpW-. "D.einfe��=.���|3jt_'._ii5s|-il-il(I! ,'is  11 ^ _J_ _f- J. __,-      �� ���cn   t(i      rfj, ^5_n ^_n    "_��*" iU i " n    a ���    -   .   Jph a g n - "_ *"   (��,,__     H__L"    #      " "  *���'  ; p^Cte.dft.Apt.h ;'|lin^  L tliiils"s They.i.. are-... Several* "jAfe'iilsr riiivirii-ig;  "tHrougli the. - gifoiflicH ahd; ;.i;d-k "%tjceii  h ifrOh.i the* -top.ibfi-ti.he' big -"vein pu -ish$ Vipinr  mitran QOO0 b.uiiccs-iii ���|ilv,<_fif. l Several  large chunks'>.. of ai'gentitc "w-cre picked  from' tlielead:. Til- OAvhers "spent, muCh  time and "labor on-the. grpxip, resulting hi,  it being: bonded - t\yoi. or tjirge diftrCiit  times'toViP^^^  considerable ni0uc,y Oil V-h-" -fanl-action.  T_yt> ois lihr.be -long drifts-Were i'liii with  tile hope of cutting the ore* shown above,  but the vein, proved to be too much broken jip for the.ore, tpi hk ill place.- All  the Work avus e<mfrucd "to _ihe big lead,  but tho owners' haA^e siiice demoii_tl;iited  that the -other leads carry pay ore as  well. There is a treiiieiicious 'g.nowslide"  on the group, Avhieh took out the buildings two yeaTS ago. The Daihonsie is  comprised of fortr or nxoi-e claims, and  ���will some dily repay capitti'l With a big  property.  THE  PEACE  NEGOTIATIONS IN  THE   PHILIPPINES.  Manila, 3lay 20.���The Filipino commissioners called on major general Otis  this afternoon iind .arranged to meet the  members of the American commission on  Monday, Avhen they expect their colleagues will have arrived. The chairman  iind secretary of their commission have  been chosen. Major general Otis has declined to recognize the rebels to the extent of agreeing to an armistice, but he  has notified the American commanders  to refrain: temporarily from aggressiA'e  action. He is in it position to resume  hostilities any time. This Avill defeat any  subterfuge to gain time, which Avould  not be there if the general agreed to an  armistice. The Filipino are so deceptive  that people Avould hesitate to credit Avith  good faith tlieir latest overtures. More  attention is iioav paid to them than avjis  .paid to their previous advances, hoAvever.  The Filipino commission is acting under  instructions from Aguinaldo and the congress, but it is possible that if peace is  arranged, generals Luna and Pio del Pilar  aud their followers will continue a guerilla Avarfare.  At Iloilo an attack on the'Americans  was recently expected, The Filipino leader boasted he had 2,000 riflemen and 10,-  000 bolamen, and sent an ultimatum to  the American commander ordering him  to leaAre the island. An army of natives  left the toAvn and, after seA'eral days, the  outposts Avere doubled; in addition, the  Yorktown aud the Iris were anchored in  positions commanding the mouth of Jura  riA'er, Avhere the attack A\*as expected to  take place, but it-failed to materialize.  The Filipino junta at Hong Kong has  cabled the Loudon office of the Associated  Press saying it is untrue that general  Luna is Avouuded or has surrendered, contradicting the report tliat general Montenegro is dead, and announcing that the  difficulty between Luna and Mascado is  settled. The dispatch adds that the opinion jire vails in Manila that the peace ne-  gotiationsihave. failedv beeivuseanajpr geiiY*  ^rftlfQ-foSiiJ^  It*;\Vi.*|fJ*d��_;tltei)��'slate:dj _v_(VeoTi��icreVeti'a-iitf-',  jifjc'-itu^^^  'JthlvMheiPilifSlhAS- wMilcll i-dut ii it. *t lb _,*-ig_i-.'"_  fUQjby^tlie-ij.��� flghtSY Were i'eqognl55ed,J and  AVoul4^.Ppeai Ipr.;the= "Aliijerieaii peppfe to  help jijieiii.pbtaiii the��|r natural _uu<l��i'eas-  ' oiiable ^���.pii'aiiOiis.     - ��.   - ���  SCHOOL TRUSTEES HAVE  AGAINST   A   SNAG.  RUN  A special meeting of the Nelson board  of school trustees A\*ns held last night, iu  the office of Dr. '!_. C. Arthur to consider  and take action in regard to the following letter receiA'ed from the department  of education iu reply to a letter written  by the secretary informing the department that, the two lower rooms in the  school would be closed on May 1st owing  to overcrowding:  VICTORIA, liny lCth, 1S!K).  To K. C.  Arthur, Secretary Board of School Trustees,  Nelson.  Dear Sir: Yours of Die lOtli instant lias been duly received.   Tlie Avork of  completing and  furnishing  tlio  second story of your schoolhouse Jibs already been un 'er-  taken by tho Lands and AVorks depa- tin out.   The rooms  will bo ready for occupation before they will be required  in August next.   As to the overcrowded condition of the  lower rooms, 1 would point out that when I aulhorized  your principal to rc-adjust the attendance by promotion,  I had in  view not only the lower rooms, but the lirsi.  division, with an average attendance for April, as well  as tho second division, wilh an average attendance of 31  for tho same month.   I may add that had the suggestion  of this department to relieve the overcrowding in the  Nelson school cither by promotion or the half-day system, as tho judgment of the principal dictated, been carried out, the board could not, on tlio ground of overcrowding, and consequent danger to health, have found  any excuse or justification whatever for the closing of  tlie two lowest divisions.   But as your board has seen lit  to disregard suggestions (which arc reasonable and had  already been adopted to meet a similar difliculty else-  whore) and has closed the fourth and fifth divisions, this  department decided  that  under  the circumstances it  i would not be justified in paying salaries to teachers for  ! services not rendered.   In consequence of this decision  Miss  V\ ickham and Mrs. Pearey, the teachers of the  fourth and lit'li divisions, respectively, were informed-  that salary would cease in case these divisions were  closed by the trustees.  In conclusion, permit mc to state that while the department views with regret tlio hasty action of the Nelson board in thus depriving for a time so many children  of school facilities, it cannot but conclude that tho trustees are I he persons most intimately concerned. Yours  truly ALEXANDER   ROBINSON,  Superintendent of Kducatiou.  After discussing the situation the board  decided to re-open the'fourth and fifth  departments ou Monday next and rearrange the classes so that the pupils iu  rooms three, four and five Avill be:diVided  jntOjtAvo pa-tsJ4_6ne,_tQ ..atte.n'cr.schQol.- in._  ^0$&fpnd(k$ audM^pilhkf %Ml0o^rt ���  |ob^|3j|_ ��r, $fe 7^?i^_J^|fc||^  commission shows that they believe  commission means business."  this  GOOD   NEWS   FE01W   AINSWOE,TH.  cU-visioh^ should, hro.'i_QWp.nijg'sJ^.e_Ujs,Qllle*ft,  The   trustees  chlifly'tliitt   _vyfch  the, ad"*-  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  That this is to be a white season is now  sufliciently demonstrated, for among all  the beautiful and -artistic' productions  which come from the different centers  whence fashion sends out her edicts,  white gowns, white'-'hats,, white accessories predominated ami it seems the one  .paramount ambition and desire of dressmakers and milliners to heighten this  white effect by the most ravishing combinations of materials and garnitures.  The show windows of Fred Irvine & Co.  beai'-this out.  Rev. Mr, Irwin of Kossland arrived in  Nolson liist night. He reports that  "Mike" Cork, one of the men reported  seriously injured in the War Eagle mine  ���accident, Avas on the streets apparently  in no worse condition than after tho recent football game at Nelson, in which  he played as one of the Rossland-team.'  This is gratifying neAvs -to Mr. Cork's  friends in Nelson.  It Avas reported last night that EdAvard  Murphy, brother-in-law of Horace D.  Hume, has received his appointment as  mining recorder for the Gojit River mining division.  G. Iv. Tackabury, William and Thomas  Duncan purchased yesterday three lots  at the southwest corner of Latimer and  Hall streets from D. Darraugli aud George  Dickson for $2000. The>sales were negotiated by J. E. Amiable.  ���Tames Lawrence, manager of the Lawrence Hardware Company, returned last  niglit from a three Aveeks'visit to Winnipeg, accompanied by his father,-Rev.  James LaAvrenee, iwstor of the Presbyterian church at Stoney Mountain, who  Avill spend the summer in Nelson. ���  David Church, a miner employed in the  Ymir. mine, Avas brought to the. Kootenay  Lake General Hospital yesterday suffering, from a* broken forearm. The accident  Avas caused by a loose rock falling on him  Avhile at work.--  As a result of the injunctions granted  restraining  the Kaslo & Lardo-Duncan  and the Arrowhead & Kootenay raihvuys  from constructing their lines of raihA'ay  through the Duncan City  pass, the rival  roads have  kept outside the neighborhood of the pass; but in all other respects  tlie  fight  between  them  is still on, and  there is plenty of work offering  for men  at $2.;.0 per day.    It is generally  understood that nothing further will  be done  by the ri\*al roads until after the injunction restraining the Arrowhead  <fc Kootenay Railway Company  expires,  but in  the meantime both companies are getting  evidence ready for the legal  fight in the  courts, and it mass of conflicting evidence  from   different   engineers   may   be   expected.    The construction  headquarters  of the Arrowhead & Kootenay, or  Canadian  Pacific company, is at Lardo, and  that of the Kaslo ��fc  Lardo-Duncan is at  Argenta.    Lots in each of the toAvnsites  are selling well,'and  an  old-time Kootenay toAvnsite boom is on in both places.  The busiest man in the Lardo toAvnsite is  Archie Fletcher, avIio has his coat off putting up  a  neAV hotel.    At Duncan City  another illustration is being giA'en of the  bad   feeling  betAveen  the  rival raihvay  companies, Avhere it is said  the  Kaslo &  Lardo-Duncan   company   is   building   a  trestle across the ArroAvhead & Kootenay  company's, grade,   completely   blocking  the same.  MONEY   OR   MORALS?  --��� Yiiiir.    ~  Ymir, May 20.��� It Avas decided at the  meeting  last night to fornl a baseball  club in Yinir.  The foIloAving officers Avere*.  appointed: 13. Foote, captain and manager; E. J. Keller, secretary-tresurer, and  counsellors Biicon,   Spinney and  Greer.  The baseball ground is being put in thorough order for the queen's birthday, and  practices tire held every af teriioon in order to give  the  Saline?  team a,-warm reception.    Tliere   are   about   twenty-five  members already, and more will be enrolled.   Tlie Waterworks company is doing excellent  work;-   the substantia-.res?  ervoir  is .almost completed,  Avhieh will  have a capacity of   50,000 gallons; the  drains are being dug for the main six-  inch pipe, which   will  be 8000 feet long;  the flume from the dam to the reservou4  is ten  inches  by twelve  inches and 177  feet long, which cajl ahvays be kept fioAV-  ing full to its  utmost -capacity from the  ��� magnificent stream of Quartz creek.   The  pipes, hydrants,  etc.,  are  on  their Avay  from Chicago and expected here any day.  A strong force   of   meu are  being employed, but so constantly are they subject to the attacks of insects and mosquitoes in the forest that the Avearing of  A'eils has been resorted to.  This morning Findtay McLeod, Henry  Jackson and Archie McDougall left Avith  supplies to develop their properties tip  Wild Horse creek. Mr. and Mrs. AndreAv  Cairns are back after a protracted visit  to Europe, and haA'e taken up their residence iu their old home. Harold Gird-  Avood is in Ymir looking up his many interests. Miss Green, the local school mistress, went to Nelson yesterday to spend  Sunday Avith friends. Charles Dundee is  up inspecting-tlavTennessee mine today.  Miss Tilly Murphy; formerly of this toAvn,  but recently of 'Nelson,-, passed through  by train this: morning.\. Y   -  Frank Fitch, of AinSAvOi'th, *\vlio is a  mine _ luid mine  _\vtf.di.  as  Avell, _vas  hi  jSrels"Gxa" yesterday; (Ifc eoufh'ni*-? the iii>  fOinnatiOix^edeiVfidby f_��jm:TiHi?-U-.'_3 that  there "ivill be no trouble in AiusAVorth  over the iiitt'ocluctiou  of the, eight-hoi.--  [aw.   For some time past the rate  of  Vtages for miners einployed in the AVOl'k-  ing mines of the  camp lias been $3 for  teii-hom" shifts, and  there js no  Suggestion of any reduction.    The most eiieoui'*  aging news Avhieh has been  received in  iSinsAvorth for  some time has  been the  iu_Q_.tna.-ion that Mi.x.yelJ'Sfcevehsoii, the  owner of the Highlander property,, had  decided to run. a 20,00-foot tunnel  upon  it.    It is Currently reported; that Steveh-  sO]uhas=seclired-conti'Ol-ofHhe==Blaclc-Diii--  mond and Little  Donald,  arid  that the  proposed tunnel Avill tap  the  Black Diamond  ledge.     The   tunnel  will   give   a  depth   of   close   upon   1000  feet oh   the  Highlander vein iind a vertical depth of  S00 feet.  ThtjHighlander ore is of a high  .grade, iind   the prospect  of having the  same developed is very gratifying to tlie  people of Ainsworth.    tjie tunnel will be  driven   by  power, and   the   compressor  plant, is uoav being received.at. the 'wharf  landing.      ..  Puirrping Out the Evening Star at Ymir.  A force of men are being put on to  pump the water- out of the Evening Star  shaft, AVhich property, with tlio Morning  Star, is operated by the Fairmont Gold  Mining Coniljany. Messrs. Thomas Pur-  gold (a West India tea merchant of London) and George Purgold of Kossland*  AA'ho control the interest in the stock, are  expected out ou Monday to arrange for  .the contract.-for the sinking of another  one hundred feet. Pete the packer has  been long packing up supplies to the Wilcox aud up Porcupine creek to the Prospector.  .  Are Not Negotiating for the Dundee.  J. Roderick Robertson, manager of the  London & British Columbia Goldfields,  Limited, was intervieAved yesterday in  regard to it report from Ymir tin. t his  company Avould make a bid for the Dundee mine. Mr. Robertson stated that  tliere AA'as absolutely no foundation for  the report. The London & British Columbia Goldfields have neA'er been offered  the mine and the question'"''of "'purchase  has not been considered. S. S. Fowler,  engineer of the company, examined the-  Dundceniine hist Aveek at the instance of  the Dundee company, merely for . consultation purposes, in connection with the  future operations of the mine., '  ; ditionai rooms tO-be provided -for ikigl'i.. %  1st, the same eoiiclitipn, of "affairs VCll'j?i'e-  vall as at present. The School population  of Nelson ife incrBasing so i'iipicfiy that by  August 1st there .sliou'ld' lie, at least .nine  rooms' and nine" .each-i'sV The^ aire,  hfiweVer, powerless to7Clb any thill gViu the.  mattei,' as noadd itional jupp:. opi'iatiQii can  be made before ai-iother session of the  legislatui'e. ^  WAGES PAID AT_TgE  SILVER KINGi  Tlio question Of the rate Of AA'ages paid  and the rate that Avill be paid ill the  mines of Kootenay is, pi nio_0--thau passing interest, now that'tho I'afce must be  adjiisted tp meet 'the conditions that, will  be brought about by the enforcement oi  the eigtit-Jiour law*. The Silver King  near Nelson is one of the fCA\' mines tliat  gives* continuous, employment to a large  =nT.mhei���f^if^^  miue is $'i -for skilled miners and .$2.50 a  day for-muckers; but most of the miuing  is done by contract, as all, or nearly all,  the men working machines sire doing so  by contract.  'Tf-in: TiMi50iVi'3 lias not had access to the  piiyi'olls of the company, but tlie data  given Wow is accurate, .and' goes tosliow  thiit tlie Silver lving miners have been  earning fairly good wages. A dozen or  so niinei's,, taken at random, who Avere  working on conti'acts,di-ew the following  amounts over and above board,- store,  hospital, and -other deductions, for the  month of April, namely, $-,125^0, .$.).'��.:..  $i:.!).J;., $151.-SO, $7.'-].75, $?_.7u, $102.70.  $85, $9_._i3, $00.05, $0S.jO. Miner.. avIkj  were Avorking for day's wage drew after  itll deductions Avere made for board, etc.,  $53.35, $51.25,  $52.55,  $53.00.    Laborers  'dreAv on till average $15. and teamsters  $55. It is not likely that there will be  any reduction from-the $3 rate for skilled  miners, but muckers may be cut to $2.25  a day.    The rate for board is $0 and $7  a Aveek.    Sensible Dewey.  Manila, May 20.���Admiral Dewey is  enthusiastic over his home going, but  AA'hen mention was made of the welcome  to be extended to him, he said he appreciated the friendship of his countrymen  deeply, but hoped that they Avould not  be too demonstrative. He intends to go  directly to his home at Montpelier, Vermont, and Ih'e there. On it being said  that some people Avanted him to go home  by way of San Francisco find across the  continent, the admiral replied':' "If I  were .twenty years younger iind had  political ambitious-1 would* not miss the:  chance.".- Speaking-of the-situation,- .itl-  iniral Dewey said:, "1 bolieveY.we._a.ro,  near the. end,* the insurgents' ii re' fast  going to pieces':,'  The. sending., of a_ third  ngi-t'oy a, "to.-i-tro-n: to1 op -  ,bQojc.aii��d'-sta^ti.ohery7stOi,ne*... -  . The'CaiiadJau Ifkeffie MpAMPW '@dhip"any,  "are olferiTrg shigjc fttee>��i'atcs foi-- I'eturh  trip: to ,;allY"po-bVts- Avithin .'SOO'-.^il^s 'iispnu  '��� 'sja-'ting.poiut,", goo.L.'frS'h-i,���"$&$ ^Si^'ho"  ' May 2f %., ���;;;: . .   :".' YY" '/.   ���  ' ;  J_ Ff Murbpitle "brought to "SelsOii ^<_5- -  tei'dity sqiii.e-^'eivyf fine looking samples oi]  ore for Assay, i.T(jm the May Da/y unci  May BlossO:iit mineriil eliiiins on Bro'Avn  nipuijfei'in,-.��t_vv'o iind -otoe*hkl��] miles west  of Yrnirr Oii the May Blossom a.shaft is  down forty-six feet and, the ledge is  seventy feet wide., Tliree ijien. are at  Work oii the May Blossom _l.i,a_t_ Avhicli is  being sunk neav tlie" dividing line betAveen :  tlie tAvo claims in prdcr to test both  ledges., Assays running $470.-0 in golVI,  over sixteen inches on the footwiill hiWe  been secured.  Con Whelan, manageiTrflfYtlie-JlosgTiiiul  The three aldermen Avho 'represent the  East Avard Avere called upon last evening  to meet a committee Avhieh has taken  upon itself to represent all the ratepayers in the Avard. The men Yvho engineered the meeting were not only insincere iu their statements for AA'hich the  meeting aviis called, but also in their ar- .  gumeuts ach-inced to attain its object.  It AA'as represented to at least one of the  aldermen that the conference Avith the  aldermen was desired for thei purpose of  discussing the unfair treatment which  the east Avard had receiA'ed in the Avay of  expenditures upon public AA'orks, but  A\'hen the aldermen AA'ere present this pretence Avas. dropped iind it came out that  the sole object of the '.'.conference Avas to Y  force the members of the couucil'into  taking some action AA'ith a view.to' the re.7  moA'al of the occupants of certain East "  Baker������streej;Bhonsess.Y- (.yy '^yyyy y^y��'0  YV"Af?neari^::as^could'"! be- learifedstnenaen*^  y:kytk^.*-$%�� _-.����.^ya^&i��i.-y��^^-y!i^r^^h^'y-  -wSvhoAinetS toV'ieOnf-r  ���\ ...��,?._ ���! iu. y*y yy^.<-  veopstitutejaYcgmmit  K>5��, "��\lV->." ,4_f"''- ���������,"-.  .-*>^th7;Mie/aldei.inen;,  -SgCpuege-itj  v-y i  sa<|C0"t'd"tlieyi?id^6^.edi  my.  ^Ji_sei7all~club, spent yesterday in Nelsoii  arranging for-a match With the Nelson  tea in, to be played at Rossland on Sunday,  May 28th.  The foliowiiig are the immes of tlie  Nelson hose reel teani avIjo will compete  with the Jjtos.la-ud tejim at the New JJei"i-  ver celebratioil oii May 24th: George W.  Steyl-e, captain, Jlai'ry Houston, Joseph  Thompson, Qcorge Nunn, W, G. Lillie.  Alt' .Jeffs, B. Al'chibnld', James Chilinbers.  Johii CiimpbeUi 1-Y-dYJ; Bradley, (Joiiiei'  Diis'is. Owing to the Avet weatlrei' the  Nelson teiim luis had very little practice-  this season, but liope to make ii good  showing in the contest.  T. G. Proctor hiis the uianagement of il  bear hunting--expedition in halid today  in tlie vicinity of his ranch at Balfour,  seA'eral bears having been seen in the  neighborhood during the past few days..  One-half mile of tho new bicycle track  has boon completed and is open for use  as a specimen of what the track, when  completed Av'ill be.  City engineer McCulloch 'made '.an.'inspection of the government Avharf- yesterday. He will report that it will cost  in the neighborhood of $1000 to make  immediate repairs to the Avharf such as  replanking and placing a guard rail' on it.  Mayor 'Neelands has received another  letter from the proA'ineial government  touching upon the state of the goA'ernment wharf. It recites in effect that if  the wharf is unsafe, and the city Avill  not undertake to repair the same, that  tlie proA'ineial government Avill minimize  thi! danger by pulling the planks off .the  Aviiii-rf.  .The steainer International will not,be  run -between' Nelson- and 'K'aslq . oil -.tlie  ipiciMi's .birthdliy; This -will - Ie;iA'e the  Moyie to db'all the business, anil as she  lias been chartered by tlie Knights of  Pythias she will have all she can do.  ���Case tlie^Jilid'^. J^^i^taX^i-i^C^'^t. j^,-i��Hp'4 ����  j-hech t pro\)"er%yy ��/Tliet��--ine"e-i\g'"J was pi'fe-rV;'  -sided t-foa-. b^(0;^^S��pkp^ ^feQii^:  13 e. v-;%sij.Ife.i\:ee hr-^l^^Verid  kjonibp.m ^'ei-e Y^(#f ^_^|)Bu��:w_Io;;  ���hit^ tAVo *ft<?i!tt _ ;I^^  VvJiich he ih\xr%)i$^th'�� kfy^  mmeflord-ahd��0r].,F@d$k^d^ " " ' '"  ���ut ve proper ty m u? ;tfiel. ekk%erid^fWSdtqp:i  coniiiiitteel}ail;d^sceiide,d^"^  to'the pionptkity ��P_ i>-n��,f, .-t)ie7.in"^n|^tf"wpt\'7_  the Council infofenJCd 'the.m *fclia�� theAcomf* ;  mittee. appOiuted ;by the  cOitiiCil hod cl_e>f  cided to repftirt in favor of tlig i:eni_>val������=  of the persons  in  question, iind that if"  tlie Coniiiiittee's  report  AVft-s acted upon  they M'o-illd  receive, fdur  montlis' notice -  -tO=gct=ottt^^lrliisHnfQrmatioii^iippear^  to please  the nioralists   .vith   the toolie^  tary iiitoi-est,   and   after   thankijig the  members of tlie council for their iittend-  ance tho meeting broke up.  Dunsmuir Withdjfaws Sis Offer.  \'i(;Ti_riw, May 20.*-J'ani-_s DiinSinidr  litis wi tin IraAvn his of.ei? to provide Vic-*  toria with it foist rkH and ferry counec-  tioii with Vancouver. The offer Was  -madc-on the invitation of the citi/.ens'  eoiiiiiiittee who Jiiivljig tisked Dunsmuir  to state liis terms began forthwith to  suggest terms of" th-ir own. There ap-  pearoii to be a jcillous fear on the jiart of  many citizens tliat Dunsniuir would, profit  by his enterprise hi spending a million  and half dollars as proposed,, and it is  in conseffuei-icc of the chilly reception  of the proposition that ifc has beeu Avith-  drawn. Dunsmuir, however, basAvrittOn  a letter ofTering to do his share in anything else the citizens may decide upon.  The Work About Completed,  : The Kootenay A^iilley railway bridge  across the Kootenay river is completed  iind the draw. Avas SAViing for the first  time on Thursday* The draw Avill, Iioav-  ever, remain open until the road  is ready for use. Four sub-contractors-have'already completed their grading work and are moving their grading  material away. All grading practically  will be completed by July 1st, unless the  Kootenay river should oA'erflow its banks  and remove a great deal of the filling.    ���  Copper Trust's Officers.  Nhw Yohk, May 19.���-William Rockefeller, William G. Rockefeller, H. H.  '���Rogers and A. C. Barrage ha%'e been  elected trustees of the Anaconda Copper  Company. 'They-, represent the Standard  Oil Company's interests in the corporation. . ; Vv "    *     ���***  jify- W ..j^'IVi f-Vtr-ft  ill  J  ��i ���:  i...Wi;_:^ -i1' '-- '���').  __.'_-_-_!;!U-0.'-'-.'-'-Vl  i-:V_i:.v/li��A',Msiit.��j'.*  vwsv/iiin 10 --.._iil  ?iivrp^u),-|_,|_-.i:q  -'10(1.1^1-11    O iii   r.i  ���--J ���jytfer-tN'E'-1 ���''.''  !._���-._ ,iip iii.'-. - :  r.-tiU  'iQF���'���!���<'*'  -_���_���__::.'    -/1!m*.'--:i'  �����_.U>_)   ���_<>''"  -���;..,..ni ������'������!i 'i'.n  THE TRIBTOE: JTELSON, JB���v.fe*.INDA.Y, MAY 21,   1 SO-)..   ^ ^^^  -s��   '-��y*^mi?.  ,;\%^iQ^,;\\',hit9,,'Puck Skirts.  ^tcte^'Whi^'TOtfe Suits.  ���tlMifj 7Jiir,-.>lJ'i..!-.i!i)'< In., i ���   j  ^''iJ^d.^jShii^-^aistjs a^50^-75-( $!r and^ $1:25.- *���'���"- >:  ��� 1!Al,feAV,;'Sni*iii_r!sC'<ipcs left,  which , will   be sold  at cost.  > iA/'ii'i'ce.Mine of' Ladies' Crash   Bicycle 'suiting*.'       '*'"*   :'i; .Gfcne-N-eu'.i Williams Scwino*' MacHihe,; $_S.  **'���:'���?:     ^.-Y  COMPKNY.^ ^  |T   -;  a _  m_  ii_  J7T7_r������_.*���T.r:n�� ���--.:i*nTr:jmT���Tn"rm^> ���.���._.���_'���rnrrrt* ���7T?'T  p-|T_f't^|M-|-f-";     !l..i !-.<jJ,',ijBUi>:)    O-iL T       .i'-'  -^75U^(g^a^>^l^H*���JJ2^',^--^|, !'��  i  rl(li|.;'j5->rTT71  f%i .njkmjk. 1 ���x^njp^^f.'1 __.-���.������ I -ni��j[M'''*liLj_F>^2_  .US   f-y  .lli!_)lljH.l-omi!..l     S> <Mi.jT/r;illj   tu _ I_ll-_I   I   .-'-''i. ;;;���:���;',!     ! i.!__    ���-!_;l-;'_v. '.':;      h,  ,:r?JiM!.r//t,i,.    mi Li    Y> i _.__:.   ni KIH_ 1      ..; i ii'!--;-'. A-  j   .,���!.:���_'.  :.n ! I'<'; I    r i * i i'"!   '!:.���   -��� .7_ V >:' li ,"'  ...,joo>i t.mrj-i^ ^c^I^lLETEILTNE JUST ARRIVED-"  .*-:..u;lif   ii.od   m   kuki ii.'....t_r_.. _-.;.?.':>.  7.1.11 \ .,; ;,.IV;,. -,,..  [jh..!j,0;|   ���'.-,   ,;*,...- ..  tqmReiVP^ASTERN' MARKETS. ni,,i>  '������&  :t.  I��  ���:;l -.;!_:_.. IV/ii I nil!.;:_.:_ o  ���Ylli!  iiii -J-JIO:)Hit. :*.;!!f* 'Tilvr .Tf-iTf^.t'.)?'!  ��-:.r-j nn'.'.iii.i'.l   J/'_   .f'>ioil   v,*������������..    "i  01!';)" 'to ir-jviy 7u 'if\|ty^i^^^  V.JiV/li.J-1   Y'.vi*L   o|-^i|i_i^-|9��aj__jRf|i'l| .>._���.  -..oi-ji;i   ml!   bins-:   _,. .j o-i��<iv/-<.w!^.i-:ifrg^1^eh;Stregt  .Ne.|s-6n.i,.   ,���.,.,.  'i    i;i;i Dlriid    _______ _v,j_2_______* "'-"'"���     ���*' ���"*������*"f_^1'_______.______ 1 ' JI, J Tl y    " ���  MMf^e^^tHfM^fHfeixi  _2;_S_:-?;'^;-S;Fi:.'Sl;_3.-'^:!��S:^:  **_* ' -"Sbbs-     '-S-fc.^31.^ �� _____ :  -,ii 1 ���  ,-i:~...-. i\,v  2?^  ARE/z^ors^^i^wam^iMa  ;i i'">- .,->    '(i; i  '1 M-' >i 1,11'  ww_.-��� i-.tii(|!ii ���!   'Kit     .'-:   *,-,i.     .-'. 1;'.-.'.!.*'.      ;  W ' A"COMPfl__STE,iRA-(r!GG*,OF';L'ADII_S-  yfy'    :';*-'.(   �����!  I".:;---::  I..*:-' i s. ;��� ���!.-.���. H .".     V - i   !    .    '  S; l_lneh aii-l''--Denim"  Ttibth?  %���  iv.    ,/-.IJil.'i'  ������>:���  'in i)l_0,-  so  r.  JOIIJ  A/\m:m  hi  !><.K;u.i:r  ' '.1.'.'  r/ .>^.*_i.  ������i.-l'./o'! *!.*;������.  fiUXtfJCiOvL -.   fjit-ilT/O'l'ii- OlV!  Y l-*ii>[i__:io-"__r-l_  __u-_ _a  JlLiiH'JOK.i  ^>'i.J^; "Ji ';'.'i !J  jiU. V--!.'..  ?SJA.-:OM  'SO   YSP10M  ;:j.n'i_ii  L.rn.��j-'*.m;  .:���     vf-lii-tti-*i-:jilJu*;t:     ,*_.tu|-ih  .-.if. .)ii=j--'^t(i(i)'f1|_<r;''-..n _WuS(6<?Hti( %,g,. ���at,, ii_.un I er ot   inen s, .outhts, tor   the^^  reason        .   .  ^������ohiovo'im^'iflWu ���Wii"?i:^*o*iM1^ ?\ij'9;/>vqll,.;*9i.'*cle.'!';W^^^  ^0  -;%* ^o^prWon, ^/fa?" '" iJ A   Ft. ,i1a/ Ml j  .-������5.I.OO _���_!   inji.Kln 'ol l.<'''..'.*.*?7..   _;;'"ir!;iT!W ��       -JL    ��� WW    _____1JL^  if^-jlfi  ttfff) -t'.-fi. i|   "iii    n^   fu)-l  . ���   i   -���//.-������  '!����� '~iv,i'.ii.ii;(f ������.���)H'>'fV/-.H, i  ���--''.(I.,.-..,  i.'oh'iT/-. Jxfon.iJ-/itTJi���si.,'-..-. 1    oili   ^i;;.-:;-'.;r.veib  O'lrci    ,w('i0.v/    ai!c?iir��    fif.-:;;:   y.<j'iji.:l'f|jt[.qx.)  ���i'-ii^i wi.Sj.y/fitt{4,isi/.**>*,);.ov/_i.i.%_>i. 11 ?;.iic>.o?jy|7ii<.*ry.jjne  J.;   . .  n��uJtisovJbe^K(.iu_Croij.t._l-jilain for J^.a.ycfvr^gr.i- .will  ..!-:.;i    Ovifii.'-r-.'-:   ���'���':;_.:.) ::'!.*..' 7  :i'(;;'.v!)-:j;ii '_''���..'''->'f  the .generiil-:re>'ejuie.-, of, ,tlie ,citjf.;s^ If ;the  l.uoueyiAv^Si'tOr.he expended:'.after.a carej  f tib'-suiiveyi kxio tlie}^ Situation v.*h'nils:-be'*Sn'  ln,aff-.;-H_iiaj9//igl_*-.-iS_^'_-t^  ��� .!H.i-ly'('_   _ li '.tUiJIi.'-*,!!-0/1,1 IjJl'iKfts 11 i"/_*  no sui'A'ey has been .made,,and,no/correct  -.U._ iW il'.'-,'1->.l(il.ii'.i -;0/-; !���'!!. 1_ ,li:iU,.IILY' iir.\-V_. .  data has-"been, obtained.    The council is  y.if !;>._; )t.__i. .e.ii.) OCi j i, :-jijo .-.u ������.���:.. _7  ,'>ii!;:!   ii-ii ....  gping^it/ bbud,.,.AvitliHiiithejjhopg^thatj-tbe  ratepivyeiisi1viUnalsoc/gOi-itbliud;a iAveek  flioinrMon'djly. >l'JOu o^soi.-i? vti'h'n?nk* -ir.v/'  ���r~~:   ^ r^-'jO'^'jij yiiTtv/  ^tj;eet7a]i'eri:b"eiri^  iM^fe^^a^l|4^p%ia^  ie\;  _fe^'  i.,^S:,:,..:no  .i,���,,lir;^;  ������  _3BK'-���*���'������'������ ������   V.)   :!io-.'.'  :< : ,'    .;���.���'.���;���.!  : ....OUn,.lilr���>ii>- ���!"���.-. v 'i,i   . .,..!.; i!,.,-..,-.  ASSOJtTiMJONT,   *  :  .;..._.    ..,*  :-;"0-'i '," *: " '*���; "���'-  ���-.7 '..''.''  :((''By]]yM^MMy  ���S V E 'r' ��(|r #�� - V/VRI lliis^  Ready-made Suits  ;:     For:Summer Wear  nfyy. l.npse!jg,op,cks ai^e*uthc...pepper,,thitig*.'- -i]'''i  ^���AViw-Th-ydareMmbt ,':oii.ly;'jsecyi'_eable j biit'| ,':i..  {:��. "-tAVRshy' bfdWo-'t'rinVn'ib* i-n; *g-b'6d: _6nT!,',',qJ  ^���f.4'^;-,.^UWTWiAii;Y ___iT      .:::&U->-u: \   '   "���' C3  ��� nd   :-M  g^,tr^|i;ng;.^i?^.; ,,.���  S:  1 AVoW Biil;or'Sii'c'eL :*v^'ci-iihorie VS.  0  I'l I'l -'I_f,;- ynil BI'J'r-1"',*;';-!'_:--i  .'���jn.r>^liV',H7ii:i/i|��i ^jfTr.T!  ���Illuy     .li-uii'!,.v).i:..'J   /Ii_jj:iiii.i:!; ' unotrt ti.Or/r'.'.i  cri/i ;',--.���.���.',  IS'  11  ?iM: * ra|#l)-��if _'��HA'> .ffiuek* W  sliojudvreork .uudergrojiud ,ten_ hours a  :d&fe_^^i03_i&_^  ���   lih.Qytsliai- Av6jilc-butv._ight.rthei. theinfijiyyi  rifinfet^be ^'gifl(l��:ed4i? ���pr(.i|vortidfi*:'*'f5��"B.ityie*t  ; nsf^K6#^.ey\iii��tf' tlW city'5,^feu-si^  "    He*. "' When^y'feL^r^i^; my;  oMctajfijY:��'����' U��AJti?ig.d*f,*a_-s,llP>;<.lll duty  aivCe olsioWthotir afo hoohsi j^JusfAfelsxtone.  ��� ���t^tr^^biyHfj^lVitS,1' fcli^'^iiblit-^ iRm how  cfl^ -<>Ml_^__Ui'-}%T^ .rccj^i-i-e^l 't^f'^c/1 *\_-V <ljA-ey'  .''rwj If-.     .",'1*      <,.     ,:���   ;���"��������� li-'j-j     -i.i I   L'V_  ��ffij "'-f--  ��� '^����'!]r#m'7^R4' l..l��> .,J..*V.���te  tljei^jbilQn a- .jj I'opf^tionate /ct.t.ii|.'?ijly.ri,c$?!  Nt)j;-i 'tlI3d"_bc .consistent, mayor' Neelands.  ���: l^i'di'^ld^rmirii *^letCher"j:and-'iUdorifia*ri.  '   -Ite-a-td'-^ilkfernihii YWidniaaii^iiU'.*'^'  ��� :     _._"��-_.lJiJtM'   1;   -_!i;:'x;'-M,iH    ;:.   -.-_;-./_::.;.-!'.   _���:_,,,'�����  ,   whonnaiiC lanie, OAvners���should,-at tire  si,     di  * I,I.".jJ,  .n'.--,-,��''��� is;    ���-.      ii-,i',;.i   iiT:;.   ,i -ii  .:,' if^.fcr^neje,)tingipf. tht, council p,a.ss_,a:,rcso.--  n   l.itifMJ ia*ttd!uoihgi thCi .salaries>'_qf���.���civic.  ���'��� diit_>fe*.ffe-gf-0;pei,;cei^ tiid'-facfe'  .--.-.a j  ���'. ��>''},  i^"sHm^^0^m ?$$e y  ^.:^i>:W��iK^^ ''_-*"i^-.t#"  _ift.; xv.i"'! - v.tiW.  a_1 .hbi-s'i -7_.sy-���w ",n _>*'  -'Y-XpiA-f .'?;:_*:  .ki.-.!',' ^if.-i.'-S- ���>'ifc-:V.?';-'."/* ,. iwOJ.1  This'season, it  is - ,not.��ne_eEsa;r.y,l eAferybGdy/  . ,.j,     1,1, n���   >t... *ij;nows tihat-.ouri    ���;'**- !-     -' f" '  \,  -'( !!-.4;;E-W .--it:';.'^'i:tf<fS5S-4<i. W.f."lS v'!_!  .r-'i lf-ff��7  ;_!!';7Jt��*8t_#M  :'.'!(���}     .Sill'  IS*     'tt'.i*K!      Si!     7'��_S?.iJ^    ':>7V".I    rffiiP  .1 ..'ti..) J'V  '.ill   i;.r.  ���~i -.it    '4  ^yyy%Ap;:  "  "4A-:f It  !sKri iY<-  blfi_*fetf.  "��"- am-a,"__'pi-ces-'-_-  ;).!'.-. J'} '10 TO  Than Other Dealers;,.:.._.r.,,Jd, :iy3,j  ^,? no"?  7TT7V  v,iUrfyJ".���_:���( 'i'i.-v.j.-- ,r-��."r> :..''0:__���-__"'  Sportsrhen | jvaht* ^he[:.be'Bt)- and .'Vcan; | always;  .���.:i':.^V^.^;<-vjt.-wji^?AJ%;^.>1'.-.::'i ^.J"^.-^.?  hodi'S a^a^i4|fti|Q^'i-i.ftiay. A--,y-..  o;.*.:  ?^^B^a��feffo��^eiso)^^  what the. mcoineof uthe,.city.,fr.om.-Aya4ter  rajtt-L v_iXl/ b,e,..;a^t<?rr $S^Q0.0;,haver,,beQU,  added, torthe host; ofi}xe sy_teni:]   They.,  al.&'^ti-tfte  (^mm.'WJ^Vm^ik ^���igl'-^fironi1 thk  ���jil-UyisM   'It--*.-   Tii'iiVi.vn;   'J-s.'i fi/!j. ii'!'.-/.'-'.���::;  Wi|j_\���;i^Pj*#^ eY^f^' i?M9l?>( ���?Y  n/f^.Taiijrj.. .ehiic] uin tliej (jity.ipne.jiimdred,  gaUonfe -iu jfift-y-Jir^erS.'! /i'eAv -ratepayors.be-'  lievem-vfeU-1-i'C^|iopVd&tio-iiv6|! N-isoh'\vill  be iiiatcr'iaU^.0^|rcreasai^. b.y,,^the building  ��^^(?l1il'a?.}-Kft^/l'ln**J';��1'.' -^!.m 'ors\0$��n.of-a  ya*S aflti' q<^VK-rpiaipi-,, *for/bpbh*1*liesQ on-  tOiip^isesovill -giv . i steady ���uiniiie.yincnfeto:  i'.i\J.ti  tf|?__';-   'Jilt  '''"' ^__^__33L'S��_^/)!S>.B'id-i  ��j'iO__U_.  i: Y   .�� '��� I "i'if  -DtiSit  _y^^.'Tr"'"Tl5  ���,������!,.-!..;  �����. u��i   -j-r_ .   ! 1*.;;. ���-.>,������,.;.���..��� .���    --���������".!��� j'���>  '-,- ,��� .,H.   pric|),aipiiL'. nij.xajir clrilg'bu_yiii((.   LooWiig;  '- Wdll hVqMlit;ylnertilK��lli:i;.sf,ll���toi-JM:o^ult.s^iiit*iviisi'  so_ni4iiB,Uicrwif_a^th__,'b_K._tuJlUlK'thu-]Mi-i,i)ol--;  ,     for whic-b yoti iiitgii<lc(l it��  .I^iii-itj*. <tuutity_, si'lLitS-  .: Id fiidtftin'.i'nvfc' iit-W,' c_etisiil_l.d h-i-,-'b.ii_ rtHmys 11  , . ,.^rtcC.tu.it irviikeaVlio niii'rfiiw..aii,'!��p)i.jiiit(.al,oiiC!.j  '- "' .'A pI'tcc'thiiC.ihuiiiiS roMfit liiiij. lo you; ]l\\\o iiael--  .   1... -age !of <5ur  .!-.i��-;',-i   -.:.:   j'-     7-;,   -     ���;,::  iii  Gfelei?y*  pjid V.":-.ii ��s-.i..l   "S.  '>-.''       -lil       tl'  '���...- .1"  , ;\v.ill.,makc, one.nuit .t-oJ. tbe best spring touic von.  the m'arkct, and'f_iiricriimllcdf.)i;_ill. blood; 'liver,  stoiiiach'.iri{Ijkidii��}-troubles,-and tliu iiricoia-�����, -.-,  .7;; 752- .CENftTSY   -'������'V'-'.  1-  q Itt,  ::.-.-:;;.-'-i-^'.;.- I_3:'_V__:a.__33p_,i   ...     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'   li='vr n-f.-j- '"���������!���   "'t'li'-K' '_:  1 *look**arouna'--'-'���-'  ,n'.i.Ki'/YfJi   oHynayyiXui.  tZ!Mk:��k}^3^J^&i  '.3frr#te5w:-..*: *i#i��'n��'-??TS4'i'  7;i.i \ J1/J n-P��,-i axesife^Vrt  t��". ;:Tri����__.^  styles iit footwear  v,r4_^^i|jA*sSf#iftr:.  *r4S^.^x-_4fd-iti��."'  ^^jfc^f^&g*."-^  .��J'U"_ |ti-^B|:Sfe�� ^��  :,^-ltoS��.��� ,-.-_. ,-.'i..,��'.A.viJJ.-.fls * �����_'  vyo;ur* ,acq uai oxance  l:xn -Qi|Y2*,S��laVs.���^iO-.*f ���:���  1 -i      ��     XTnqn  a,   . -TP J-1!.     *-j*ln%   p     |i'n       -n   "    nn  n it*  ;* .^aitdflinteoduqe; >  ���Y'.ypu&tQvoun.���, w.  p; ���.  _ ,:ii;it;.i.>>  -,.,; ? n-,..-. ,,rnU ... |S,^  '- n-'-ii1 t-..;i- -:js i.ri -i;!l .1 >:>'-/(jffti  ���    !-..;(ili-   .!;;!';7-.:{  ! i_! r. .1:��:,!  t h Si-: '.4to'  I "l/l   .-���   . li'llii   ���>.' ill  uits  INRFD,..BLUE, FAWN,  :B  ���M  V"  sdHBY_.__IN__N"'A_-D Wttl'TE''' " '-#   ;!Y��!  ivi.-n-!i..  ..: a'j--  i-lll-'mV  1   li_l>\_.   J:i!'l'.l   -Wi  j -J ������ ;���'>��.; -;;M.:i -...j; .kiV>.) -k.:' Iii,.; ^ifiv^v/oit ,*-!'i(Ml  P-i ������-.,.-���,.���;, land ,,W^h; Blo.usei.fW^s^.;^ .^ifaM  T;f- -ii���������j.'.;.-:=.:ii-,'i*,tihej most fastidi<_jiis,"ial_ -.pi-iees, .styles*^  ' -'-'^ "''-'and -cbloiiriiigsiY'*i'C'all''ian-l1 e-xamJire^?  ;;:..;:;Y'vv;.:^^e!;1^aa_/,.ii^  7'   ';-:--     ���-''������'^'���'-l       ��� I!?>.:���)   i!;i-i*,ti  ;��Uii)(;J) ot?;' ���fj-Jno'tU^lW ��lf!J*r��.  ! v,.'.-������.���  L .'iii' lit.' J   .>,.!. .liU��i...'{  !!'(_'_  ���j n  O'lvl'     _>  ������o'l -illI  -->:->**-'ri i .i-i-.f  ,::\>:l',j\- i  '������>_     ^lij'dj-;  (tir.;-!'.>j;!(; -       .i^v.;,ti--ti  '    :'.i'J.-n.--!   j   i i"'*; I't I   Ot!  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'H  $sit-.,i !.  ftj.fi.' u-.o/Jy ���,  -���%������������ ���   ���'//  iv-    ���������! 7'-5i.l'-w.i'i     .'ii-;_'i   a'!.,-; J.;i'.i*ii !"j;j-o;-i'.K'|qo:-. .bjKiM  '" '        /'X--YW .f'n^jiso^     /fiy    w..   \  iU  ,'l'.'<-^li)d lUv. y-Kyv/ ;to.ob;u(i -n.-.wr_.;.r_;..*.<:mrb- t>n;l '. -'* ��� ^A^pm'e^-^.j^^^:-fsr>t^lJ^ hoit^i  ;;.:JE^ique^ Beni'_T_,;_-andr!:_D.uek _<y |'M..f- -i:-;^s^ii^@i-i^?^'; l,I^,,'.'?j��  :OC'-jli-.  _-..._,!-.   -,!  .,,1  ;-V,;.',..,.-,.,y-. !--_-.'V>l'-.,ioo'l-0r;*;' ,-.'U   YA  ��V,i'���'.''v.-:\-i- : loJp_jj��i-ioo-^.[i ruo-sl  Y)i) , _.f{. . :-���]   [[a]  o  Ji'-i 7*-^^.*:^P^!!r7'!-*i't ii  o.,7 .-iif.fi-Liia-'-'yg'  .?.-..i;*.   *.. f..^   ���-i��^jjljjq^ i.;-,c'.;,Mh'.5^ith;'\8t)yi;"''  ' 'As'-tM'tiimoliiiq^m^  MellM.- Blifcifeb GoluiMbi^purpos- eiiE_Kciut. .fch&i.moi.'cH  fniphfirtqiiJibo^bti^lifcfo.ts=M!^  oigbtjbpurs a:wtoi'king .^fty /tp.ii, ittios-..eniv>_oj-cd: uiid��.i>-  Brouii^injbieJtaUifci'qiis^WlhcS.iV^ "Kb p'_i(-idn'.sbtill  -incire tliiiii '-iglit Irpiirs'iii" 6ver>s'twenty-fovicliours;'*!,lie  uti_.eft!ij^ic'di ag.ircpi'eH0i.itjll|.fione:;6��-'�� tbci .���t'A\-o.,:pnvtiea  nlaiiijy atlbcted, aoii-idcr it advisable to niiiko.:piib"jc;  tjlycii* y,'^\ysitf.i,i���tlicsitilatipii.creaiied;bytv��lristunciinoi;^  l-^isla.ions'K'n'^l6iir_'ictall-'jviva(i,'fl^  jViOTitably be."'r : , ���"'��� !������������";'-��;;��'  :r''-;   "   '":. -:: " ������;* V  ^VhjitfXlvb tiiid_i's.i(jrnG-(l iird;_Stl)rtivinc5d to? r-Spcct" alfdi"  lUlhoi _t- tboilu,\V8ibf.���tliu prbJ-ii'cc, ��.-.,-��� iilivj: bft-'iioi.iitpil.j  outiibattiiiftlaw is far-rttiiclii i (g*. jlj, ,th o ��� Ii ilht!'iCs. jj 1. iiHisjt.  itillict iipO!.;tlito^ iniiiiiig hi"toi'oHts &f UtQj.rpviitoOi'i.nt} on'  liifij tilribu-'iitb- wii^cs oarticd by tli-'niRtj. -   ��� ;  ��Wiiit-ftli^TcducinK^lie-liGnVrf .ft fflti, ii'i'i1)_ s_edin"  Iwdnik' iWiH* ��- ��� <1ay td; ..fxl-ui/n--' hbfrf-^tta.��� mu_y.rttf'tlio*  niiii __. aro S0 ci r��in iij.. ti*,i|.cg<l j tl) i| t _. tl. rOo {>-, lifts. pSiipot jbuj  w.oi'kcdito tulyjitilftgc. TliiB inciins ajre,<)uot.o��i of tjAyeiity,  piil'"c^Hljfn.tlus'ninoi��i>t orl'LTio:'ij��ji-lustiolj. o�� |.iV(ui.j-'.'liiiii(_s't,'  aim'iii.(rW-Ubji '0t��LVvbijey pfe'r ce;nt.'tn^t-lfoVa^vclopiiiont'  ���Abrli btiiti-'caiTiud osViiifiiii'i\;t.-jii'-iiarini,'fb'i' prbdiicllo'ii,  arid a' roduc'tioii in tlid;fi(ipplic-;us_d;]in_;be!miU-��.   .    j a  . 'l*b,-.,nipst aiujcabie'irelatioii. ejciete(l,;ti!id SitHl lixiiit, bC;;  tvyeui)vtlic omployui'sandi oniploj'!-(i ftt-thc niiilw.-. -ji,  jiipii Aycro earning good \ypgo-,,U(|iiai to'ai_y,,,i_oiiig'p_r4!'.  iiV -*<;an\i&s'irt 'tlie' HJiiiterf'-States.1 and hrglibr ;th(in  .Iici8-J  paid iii 'inan.';', ah'tl liidy'wore" .elHlioi'iiiipgdod werviocK for,-  the-e-wdgca ���'- ,1 & any: discoiitc htf was '.it, <al,) the; .c.x.isUwg;  BtjoitcHof uifaiyB, it wft.. ��� iip|i.p;qn/,'9'tiIr.jki_ioiyji.ri It Is;tliere-r  fore deeply to, be .regro^Eb8<l thivt the legislature "has, seeii*  ft'fc to (li'stui'- the existing liarmoiiy;(lo iiit-t'f-re \yith''thbs  growing prosperity Of Hip niiimig,.cli.8ti_icts, to rediibe t.iti  wagc-earninK poWei'.p��_tlhpiJiieij<,oiiiployed, and to interfere with the free riglil! of'contract nitiierto enjoyed.  Astothe-.fiitiircvi-toifli-.o lst(Ojino(nejfi;, at thp;siljncs  represented .by. tbOftuudot'ijigned.rthe. staQdard I'litej pf:i     ,    pureha-crs ii  by'reiiuired* to notify me of tlieiv, addre._i,:aiid present]  1 __*i -llsiAi -^fc^t-Yi Vyi ���perkoh'S. '��� ''-Tliw-oipo.idi-'  4^i^^^^sm^'M^(wx^\mj  ���fom��.?fE^Tii��Tiinfir \viff''ni'/kVYi''ii.iiUmCAiiW*}  l^��*'i��a1iorai6Jci'n iajb*Wor_a_i^.to.-h-.ln-/!i*_uijeu��.-.---:_^-._  tejM at tills Unit-    A\11I   ln.lKt..4 tlUpiIC.ttUl^     >yh.un auiipbili.). nlswiUrBu ma(le,f(ir4,hecomiietiOtj.,    ,-t  11.lvo--'-i.��'-WMA'V-ii:'V.'ii7ii'.^*^  pays   lis    WA),   -ll. tliai go pil.|; ,,-V; ?^: ���: ,  ..1--.S61e-.n��eiii_.!slinpnoti-.Ur6H. & l-eeling.  ity tlnifc now  timevv(_!kcd.'-���'������ '"i*. J'- ij'.;_-7iii..!;"_._ ;.:.',-; :-.-.;,,-^:.  VXmiVALLMIW&xLmvmD.:'.,���...;: ���:-. -. ���:��� ,..,!,  THK ,.LONDON, .-& ,.BH1TISH .QOLUM.BIA GOJ.I)-,  ������^KI^SVUTVil'l'KT); *:* * '".i'-J-"' -���" ��� ' ���">  Tl1Vi-'AVHAIiA&\VGbLP^limV,'l!iimTR0. y ;--i!J>  'L'HK--yM'IU;GO_,b MINKS,..JilMCTHi-I).;: :.-.������ .' ������:.:  THE,KURGAN MINKS.,1_1M1.TE1).;,,.,., ,,.,-,..  -,.,-:  THE  LONDON(ilXLL ,hiv.KhdMli^V->&. MINING-  -'COMPAN-Y.'-���" ���   ���-���*-������*������'--< ���->������>������-'   t"  /.'.'.���'  v7-f  'A-IBJ atXCin_Q.U(Kfl'-G.O_4n'i'_IINXN_-:_OAJ-]\_-NM.; iii ,-j  _)H-K!D,l.NJiKlS!GOJjI^MINI.Nt3riG.OMI,AN,y.s     .,.,,..-,���  MOJ.LIK-GiBSOX'HINI^G .COM.f'ANJ-.. .   ��� .        :  Y^_LO,WSTONK;flllMi-JG (:jpMi^NT.j.;Y-,VYY.7 VY,,:  ���iu:   i**..-.   . ViiliiDOfl-. LOST,;'. v"i;7/-.-i'-.-:"-":-J.-i:iii-i  A'   M:S'i[:a^^^0i|e^s;::rY'.  ;vi -=_^y-^l@fi|��:E:gSfe^ W;,(.*.  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".vrf.rirT  ..v:^   fi;7m   'Y/   ?.--.'.".;'i.- *. .���**;������.��� .:..-;���: A  i  "V;iH-; -y-O.lj  .iv-';   y ij/tL:;ir;r:o;l. <;*;   Jf.'vf -_.b;.'".'-:i- r  Merchandise, hauled..to aud  from depotsi busr,  ! ' '���-Y---h.ee'WJAlIMmii_-'1_���^^  j *     -; KiVeii.-t,i  Q_t�� Iransfpi' q-..|"S\K?ii{Jft?_P,gfi9,-(W-i.'*'  I '  stables on Vei'n6ii"1*.trcet,'opliio5ito'T,ho Tijibmie.-'  f ��� .:.=;!' '.y:Xpy-'.i'"\ ny-jf.1. -in\n "-i'f&v-  i-w'ri1 ^���������'���������Ot��,.<l/; _fifui'>itf'i'  \\mirioui. zlliT  i   GENER-A'-' f E/SCMSTfiRS ."'  j, ->.-���'.���'.>_'���������_���  ^f!_r.jV',tttvo    uci;  .iu.i jjiiidjt  Jliii;---       |:|  ?>Y,V,=   y.yi^x.  ^WB^m   <'M"~.:-1 -<-Tr,-vi:-  !>'i'Th-Uhrp8riaili<0il<!_c..'i Stir(da^di ..J/C.*!-1'^  ;Y.d '^7;Wa-W_igt-nflri,ql��-(a��^>'liriitf Cb,'*'�� .Yf;v  Thel'H. *W;>flV|cNi.��IoC^Htta> Oina_.a��,fAtitf^a-��  -r, ������������ ��������� ���; :������ i-;%.._-eife-G__[|j (Hyay'V 0'��o;.JT    .��.?��/  !-..,.:    .-.-.   i.-.f.'-     ... '..,. ..o ...    r ..���_.-'   ...i..  s  '7G3f_.fc  _i_i_r-/w��!k  :_t!i  '���'���>4i__K^-lflf^^  YJ -;.Y.]Y  | !> The -on^^restaujraii^! in afche .city..  ieiiip'lo^'-viig"- Uti'ly wlii'te^eooks.'"(:{'���-���; ��� :'^:  ���V:Mei-eha'rits,;li^^x: 'ftidm* ^r 2,^t_��;..'4y  ���|-i>|--i1.- ���: ill .   3.U -x'l.-jyi_"50(. JsU_.il'1!11_ VV.UJ- siliti  Qtelo.cH.jv |25:r!aGen|s_,r;|,j^  ! s!''mif*M,ffii_I-_'^^^ I.Qlgf.Q.9^ -3:5*i?^^3_feTV-,3yi^F__ff^ |i)yiJ-.a*.-rro'r no, _f��_73-To^_rcj_s meuQ yi;,.'T -- i|  !:   'heal K_>i��i^ _|._i_^fa^3^_f_tf^-r*S,:e*fr.il' t^"i\^--XV---s.-,^^-rt -- or<l^tfr_:_Btot_.-r aarl J;__ l-*a-i*rs:-v, { ^Wm&StiKKa: -fl .����We^{|^JM��HI��a-- ?|  ij;is, .:; - ���_��������� i1.   ,. iOUii  D'oafei-t lh-":'J ,l^f(M'l_p^L  =___-__��� ���-���^r,B_>i_tt!Ll!j: VoJE-H  i____r,t  is.f.jr..- is-:i;is..:   ���!��.:.i..!_i    Ji   s.i.i.i. i.nciisyt.     ,.;;.j,i; viil  :   :-;\.i'ri ���';���?!.'���(.;b". Xt'.i- ,X'U:.li ;::I' tM.;.j-���/;"{[ fS-fitl-RKif  ^;;!f;PAYi��E^_H.iMi4STC,*C-5QMPi-W'>f: v-;!;'  j -.it- . ,'i..".   S'-iMToAli'L. ��RDBBS'/-   ,u'Of!. >1   ..>;:j:  j n;,ui Ym; ':!9_Y  !>e^  JfW.   .-srioi' iiiiioy^'-j      i|  JOihian_e.S;!/;St*,[- Bar-be.* tw&m&r't'  5��f O  .'.7.il:'.o:.^ ;jji-t i.  .cfJ0.ii. s..|SV/_Y '..'���'  f|TT"in,   j;;*-?,'   jTiTj; fTnxDT .'*���:���  . lillKWKRS AND B(-TTl^B_gg,yOjF v-,.,',.; ._.;.,  Fine -Li^e^iBeep,.  I 'jii;i^f)-AiVi��  11  ���^~-���   \T3_^^-.'��!ffl'A,l-^:Si:'^_.'^.^i^^-;^^-^^ .  _^ari^:^Kw1^:!-.s,--tv:^^sj!;7.i^_^:a^.'>.^^^^ MiE .(mrnUMM/MEmWJ BJ C^iSU^BAY;L.M^i^H21,--ili8s9B.  :���*���  -4*--f  lIllf -,_,��$-  J '"���"���   Mlllll STHATIICONA AND  MT. ROYAL, President  .Ion. OViO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  V.   8. CLOU8T0N Qoneral Manager .  0,  ;J��A>f  asTELsoisr B_Ee^.3sraBC  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets,  :f\^   ft- 7  y^^^fe   ;TS   IH!  'V    :;!   -: %    :ifi2?    ._: iS_-<'��K-fil& H   "*  nnd in i.lii' |ii-iin:lpal cities In Canada.  '. #���  fifif'Nlfo^lfaiil^^ CHICAGO  THE BANT OF  LUIfUllA  Hoy unii "��ll StarlliiK  I0x:cliiiiit_o and Cnblo Transfers  ��� iltANT COMMKRUIA1. AND TKAVKl.t.EHS' OKKPITS.  available in tiny part, of the world.  mtACTH I8KlIKI..i|Cpr.I.KCTIOf<S MADE;  RTO.    .   l_8��B_&^__S_*��!___NOH^  -jg^gB-^.-tA_'it.!.i<'!^iw-Bifi^-iT paid yy i.  ."/'.EJi"!***/'��  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and. Letters j  of* Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliti, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu\ot\ District.  -���     ���.**���*__  *~ ���*. s���     i1-- "^i���  -pj^iuaSjti 6i' drew tlit'ce ear(ls';_ _bliefli6ut,eii-;  ?j.g_**t"*|_di.4'.ii)�� iSniibor, theifesii-ffiii it.ir|fin-;  ���g,#i^"o<jfe jti\vi> ami1 tlie ti'tuioi'-oiie.^ .jVr.ili_-;  toil showed  his blood  by  .standing pat!  iind |-U-I'iii}. $1.0   more into fche pot.    The  paymaster saw. this and   raised him $25,  while fche others .stayed.    Then  the king  raised again, and tho paymaster fchroAvin  ^4&2;> more.    Ifc A\;.i..s_b ..con.iiiif.. top,.intei'est-  jr-wiy for the other "pijiyersT1 and J"f.iiey drop-  p&d out.    Al'fct;i'fche  kiijgjs last  r_ii.s_& -ij*e  ^^^nastoiv_l\i|?itn<rw'lfa^oii.pi--^ p _;_ -liis  jiuiddle of the mahogany.   The king, put  up the]"������eqi'MyaJcnt iii^lfiliiin.' 'iilyeji' dol-  navA^H\a-li''M'ugIi5ial.efcOii, seA**eral yearsLj  k.gQ'A ii gty#Ctlu3uA\:(isssigout:' the liealth-'  iesfc game eA'er indulged in by a foreigner.  Malietoa had heard  of the  great; games  played by Kalakaua, kiiig^f-THawSiiy and  the Samoan  thought he'd  like to take a  it-fclj- brush cur this :Jine. :fI .suspect, tlx&i  vdlakaiwMd^Porie'JuV-   it?Mny JttfoVP  ��"?i!__-i_W %J^J-fil-i3 _QJdt->_>"-_J-H��Wi  reasonable r-y^.wii*^_^^)out^hisr"Vvin��iftgs-T-^  Jind his boasted good  luck made others  belief came one day Avhen.an;.-American  nian-of-Avar���neArer    mind   Avhicli   one���  sailed_i_i _Q_*-U-_^rbQ�� Hft.A4ii-_S.-_. ___aJ_S_e-i_ _f  determination  to tal{__*_th��_-iiF_1J__e<S<-��iL  -$79''nv silver. -VTli-vpAymafe^er's face -gt-dw  serious, and ho looked at his royal opponent in a hesitating, puzzled sort of Avay.  Gould^this:.--'b"e a YSamoan Ah Sin he had  run against? Had this kingly copper-  colored. sou of a gun 1 ear'peci the. art oi  pokier -iJ-t^ynig-'fMh Yi_ttiu'g;trails-years  jlpefpie, aittPlijicl vhg bqetf/playi>ig ..f jcw-feum  [_afl_.tlie..eveiiing?-_.Ha,viiig six- oi�����seven  months' pay in his iliside pocket, the paymaster decided to chance'-some of ife in  flndSg^ut.- .T t^Cli. I    ��������&  "A_t'Mi feA\^_ii5i#eMoHfudecision lie  drew $579 iu - gold- and.7_.il ver; from his  pocket and added it to the pot, AA'hich  '\2V_;_ftOA[��"redvthe table. Malietoa gave a  g^_Paf��ai5_seaHed for a gldss of kava to  _i_   -i T .*?_"-__-7.---_       mi_i__ _.*?. ���. _i i   _���__._____  poker gai_-_->Av_ifeifcnoft^V.tb* nearly every  iii^iab^tivi xtzof, tlyj, place,, find., .the, German  aud Biigli'sli -bhsiirs,sent..ot!icHal.epmiuuiiir  cations to fche American consul 'protest-;  iii'giiu niost eniphaticYterms against- the;  ;aetiOTi;ofYt1iif.yking;,iu jdisppsing of jthe is-1  land b-*Manou6>to an American'or to 'any!  one else, and warning the .consul that, un-;  less .tl^e. psiymast  the island to1 the' king at once, they would!  'direct -lieatteiffcioii of tlieir " respec'_ i ve!  !gp\'ernni<_nts to. the (-ase. a:: !  >~ "Here Avas a pretty, state���of aftaii-j.;  ���iTlic oflieer hiid, no doubt,: >\f6iiLtlie islalTd-  -fairly, and the king's !icti6ii^vi%'jbiiiditig:,j  !but in the tension in Avhicli Sariioan af-|  ^fairs ��� Svere at that;:tiiiieYtliej'^eu-iian alid'  English goArernmehts Aypuld.o'niy* t(5o A\-ilj-j  Lingly ; havo: takeii adA'an.-fige-bf-the ci--j  cumstances as an excuse ^rruitbrii/ifcionali  .coiniyi-ationSj-eiidiiigYuitimateiy in a dis-'  ;;astro'us-Avay t<V Auieriea'u intiei'est^. .-.*::��� |  ������":; "Thfe:fact.s A\XM-e fiilly _expkvii|e{. to tire!  ,.payina.j&iy.anc^ Malie  toa that'lie-AVoiiId igiv^*_lie|p_fi_i-r a niQxj-  :b;er of line mdtxyiMuly.oi^ aiiti-  iejes of value tii_Ttieed_sKa"��Yeti-ii1,ffedto the  king and destroyed. Ry mutual conse-ft  '6f i the7 cPnsuls aiid-.: others, sinterestedr the  affair Avas hushed up in  every"Avay, and  AA-as. thiisi-iilloAVe'H&tcpi di�� uoutY-V Malietoa  took.an oath that lie Avould neATer again  play-pbk^r:';':';v   ''���y";y^y-[^ -'^ ..  ������:���-'.      I- il ���:;'.'I     i !'���>-��� ^-+rri l")-i-. ' l..>:'l      11' >rl- J ���'-  ���:ni  ;���'! *.:-.:!HOTEL<! ABRIVALRmi.^IA iv;:  ,11 Halliard, Sandon-..: .:(  R. .vicGuire, JVlolly Gibsoii  ������ riiiiie-'i;- 1;;'' |"i: -���'��� ---'i  George. Ho^>���ard,. SilvertpnJ  *W; ]). Youiii.. llbssbiirg ���-.���''\  i.V. .1- O'lfcllly.- Silverton ; ;;  Walter David.son, Toronto  71 qhn^FSlierwood; Spokane  HUME, 'i.-ij ���;.7<-li.'I .:iili-._iT  ebiu-lcij; :K.|-,'-I.ei_.-   Rp.VeJ-  stoke _   1 .- 1  J; K.'Kii'-bT-,JV8_emiver;i'  Charles Fill.,- .Memft,. ..St.  Catbiirin'oK     ' '.   "   '"  Kred.Olark;: Vancouver  .Va"aiitoiitIVVinnipeir.  .   ,              __  ..._..    _   A'.   R.'MacklbyJaiid"wiffc,  -���W*,K..K.l.i:nL'.,7,ra,U:;.-:>i .-.!,,��� ,. Hop! .bib. i -;  r.i J j/.-m 1  ;  W. J. Appleby, Victoria     'I   , , _    '"  -Vl'i-*i:"1 ���-'��� ('7*!-: Oi>_iS_i___*/:���'' ������".���������.':' *":"��"�� I  iAV'.-raniii*Hcll,'.S-0>itrcal'*!'-*  R..B. BriKstqcko,. Kingston.  Heiiry ICelid-, Itosslund '' '  Joseph .1. Taylor, Kosliiaild  P. J. Hill,  . '1 ay 1  itcwater,  Ui :i  ���'CV Dnbdb'e1 and !wife.-Iloss-l  ;   Jamil , .,,,   ,.,,���| j,, j  : C.'B.N-rton, *0.'il*1>iiV<l. Ca'l. \  ;G.iO._Bu.liuni_ii;i-ltslo;; n <  II. Irwin, Uassland , ..  .-<v^i n..'i--i> Iii;; !,���'.!.'.       I  Allan'Korrosl.er, Kafelo-'���-���-.f  jGeoi-Kp.; /I'aylpr,- ...London,  John' G.-ant; Kuskonook,..  >\'illiaiu,, rHardie, , . ilyor  ��� ICini. niiiie" ':' '      !':'''  AIox C'lijtihoI.)i..Creston;.;,.  Neil Itoss, Xanaimo  '(-U-KfcN'S;111  ''���ll.'' noherfion',  S-ulhaihp-  11. .Ont,V.,.f  es'  Saiidei  ���iwoodcLi-rfi.f  It.* DiinVtWeath', iTieavertoiV,  ���  A. W. Jlorrison, IJeaA'crton  T.'Blest.'Silver'Kihg'ihirie!  MADDBJ^:i-   i'�� -"iii'.-l-.i'l '"'!  j  Fred. Cum minks,; i'ort ,VVil-j  '  limn,     " 1       .   1    ���...'.]  :Aie_. 'Smith,' Fort���Wllltoiii i  .Qharie- !Graut>i'-!Fo'rL;;\Vil-i  liain    '   . i  GJ_A-Np--KNTJ.Xl_Yu' ,i>-^--'i'* :  Pea.ci JC-_riis,_*Yiiiir''':'-i'1 '!  ton, ,Ont.'.7 (,f(ii|'r    ���-���':   '  .Jiiine. " S'ahder._on,. Greeli-  :>l:  ';{-,;;  degree  iir the    mysteries  pf "the great    steady his nerves.    Thisj^^gulned'doAvn  " to -the-full., 'aucjIjWiuouuced.that h_^^y$ of fimds,  , satis  ���jj  Aineripauj gijtine.AA'as. wuuiu^i w .i>n.a.x>.i..-;i ;, -,T,-.-:  -r; y i���Mf ��� ���    ���**"*"^' '  esti .extent" and Tor years aftei-Avarcl li_"| I'eiiueStiiig at the sijmetif^r^ijf^i^Piy-  \viis ^6inlirftte\ni'aJ*t^Iii^-to^  ,��to kick2Mmgtfrtlie island ;and7decU^Ipl'    thei;e.rAvas0nai-;y,Y^^^^  bliVit h_,Avas  an^eigJiteeu kan.t dai'ii' fool   '?��!>[ smiling and .looking fixedly-fit the  a\H# WPrPu'elK'i-bof. ������)<&iximgWPottxctir�� ^P^t:*.  a-heiaiith-lex-ited  monarch offered  aboard the man. of-war-were a paymaster,    i�� l>"t up ithe island of Mauono, one of  a   lieutenant and  an assistant  engineer,  jifliastet" i'taka.'. his*)' Word  nt  ;_, Elrpnt-Dpors  Inside Doors  7 Screen; Doors  "A'-' Windowsyj"���  'Inside Finish?  77 I i/i local and:.cbiist.v;,-j��� -  -Floorings j .��  local and coast.'  ���>.  Ii.   J.   Trotman,   Granite,  mii.e .....11!'  av_tt-gi_.VineDntrV'-nTir*==  John W. Cochrane, Ymir  J. Weir, Grand Forks,...  .SIL^^tTKIN.q.vj  ..       Jiivf ^.irrui-.i  ,AV., Uedouin,..Grand -fprjts  XL/A. A*n_e_sbn''Saltid-ri "  :pttonia___r��rfek^Roy_ifct'na -  adian-minc ^  '* fr.   t   -%'��� t*W *r\   ���      i  T^:v&ifflLi^3HjfteI  ��� i.      '���  Though earlrt M^A&Jt&jpii ^'M^JfrkJ***  purchase,  we   nna   ourselves 'able" to sell   a Tew dozen   ladies'  shirt waists-at "reduced prices. ^_J  Ladies' Print Shirt Waists, Pretty Patterns, at $1 worth $1.25 #  LadieshlndiiaiMusjiib^^ i$__',75. ^ur price, \B  $I-2:v oiiiuna^    ni - s>;ood:i Y/lroq    bfin    p.&s'iuq w0  Ladie^' Qrgffiiidi, Muslin Blouses,yGh<e?ip_Ja.t^2ngu^fpj,[ce, $1.50 W  Ladies' Satana,Shirt Waists at $2.so, regular, price ,$V $1  j     .���/,:,u^.v.:-iv'c,'!.-iic_;_;f'i-,   U'AvU j i������{���iji'ii.h.):.>Priiiii ^iOiOir0 ^ x:^,  Ladies,   colored , Satana   shirt   Waists... regular, price   $*_.��;o,   W  our priSe, ^^1  ^^ 'f} /'-Y^1 ?  (^0^31 ^  Ladic_?f-:'SKirt"r'W*aist:si in-' Silvler'Siik^ a5ne#l.Hliing:*tin waist  goods, jgoihgDat! $4^ reduced7frorriY$4i5o;Y   .vnl   sislq  Ladic^t^ilk^Blptises.j_fcj;$5.5ov;  vHest.jyaliie.:)in'j.heLt-irade.  Inspection iinv:i.te.d../-;   -,,.;:...., y-.r-.r-'ir  ift.  v-' .1'  ".M-i.1     'l:      T'  j>.".iir.' Win I ;i"_i.l-��  "iis-oii-ifl  ���-! .-"-"  'A   I  ] _^j^^T^sj^^tJGfl^a^i*g?tv^rg'^^S%':*RI^-i'^E^*��^n*^_p-_.^B,  j^-*��o^|ifefrmi t-^  >5��.&ii__c_!_^  .;_i>game������ \Yxth,Ythe77Gfheei;s> ^ByfcntAy fca-tion^  L.and'appojutineut/tlie king.audihisVf wends,  Awailsi of.despaustp.his ina*i.styi.expPseaiSto'  v__\\4lilttie4Y_kltt_-S_^.i^^^^^  d<^^^hp^^'" ^.^hii^^sin^-'  ;-PA;ifi.R*'t;J-i-fi,-"-"S\,->;i,___4i>��n"f,.s,]'.-_i-,vTf  ''"'    ; 'i:"TSTeWeTPds1.sj '  '"-''^  in..../.;i1 :,.-/;;stair,Rail,.,;^  .'   ..Mouldings ; .';'���->  Shingles   "       -  -r-.vJ.^.v Y7-;7cROUgh' a_ld.;'.*' ���'.*���;,* . L;i^  ���'���' ,?:>i Y:i)ressed>*_Lu_nber^'K;/ii;fa  of all kinds.  -irx "ijj.--,:v .. !'!"-*;  v7norn  ;.;ov   yv;.'   iii;o  If what you Avail t is not in stock wc will make it for you  CALL AND GET PRICKS,-:.-..J,- '. 7, T .;i-Y  [VJALONE & TREGILLUS  ., 1    .j.li.iiiJi.i ;u. ���i-.ijj'.,(.' o;  * ''���M0P_i_BT(-_i_'i  ,-..,Mi;io--.'-i-  * y-yyxX; T"i  ffiadqppters ftpillnepSrand,  f_..r,-jrl_.^_ H.~- fT.1 ''^rfj-  iH_ii��?ni!  iM{?    2  THE BEST BRANDS OF  '^���tiui.  :IO:>ii!i  ���Uiil' A  ars  3��g v^Si S��i_-     fc;     K��--Kd reffl      6  BANK  OP  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  ILOT  M!  M__^|I3  H'&xs'i*  rrrr /f-.-f-^ ;^L"WA^_T-bN-*___ND_-4(.f  .- V*?*..Y,  ; g ; i/f. *j.|Y 11/|_|_\|. - --fMy'-     l-|  Qne��i^jtli^'-bfesl^^ pop-  Y?mlaihvhotelS: jn5 Nelson^  f-rt-...t.-  S_^-Ijl  ''fi^i^;.^ ��  he]. BK'atii:e,V^ti.inc_ -A'vhi^ v .   ^  ���aBbnfr"c.|q|M|.: d^Mh-i^-^gi;^^ anft1'f^f^lj  - qiypliatle^pvptest:' ���^hiey^ipes'pr:d'^eded.' " ' "  hk4-the lijeajSiii'&E.iadfe^t ;pf ilip night  A'vii.smn'*^^^^  been* deali- arouild without any oiie liav-  iuj|, -xpresseol iiisial^liWtaopei^lie pot,  _-__AVlien_the-kiuiM\l_S Jjfl^k~oM^rprise=  '^^a'^^I^'ol^^sin^ijril. tf i*uju^i comk  li^tsfsi^J^W^n4_WfM woul��'0t)en it  ���'_.�����.- E^V  D^^rt*^. C-n * '"��-  &?&:%q*14_-^"4-  i^jW^  4-s,.i_i.^j^?M'-^^"iS'-:+'l^^"'.lu-'U  ���"..' r. Jl*;*. ***u _^?1_-8*ti^.T:i*f^^^feY���1g ffi;  �����; #pnQ:_,s*;_tn'-l-!':-Sias;hs f* r'i '��������* �����-��� ���*���: ��:',��� ^'��  ^ll__i^fi.iK^#j^%siv"  ���^__fe;^ri&*stS^Qiiffi  ���^'���^���'^Ki'i^'OJiyyw.oitKfjiiowi^ro 'Orokk^ �� "-." --m���**  ����� "'    ��  '       "..SWfelfd'AS,",    " "     " '  ^(3%Il'"-3S--^i-l^.,��,Y--?!���Y .ft.;:'��;,  |^a^^^f;^.^^':��;;;  'Wi_��_iro^��f^--Mi:" .3__/;.'^/  aertal^in_e1^pm^  '-'___ 1!  7"i.>;  in S'roqic  sci .'3.,  il_SI  '-J. . i.......  '_***_;  -���< d     v.- /i^r.  :| -:"T *rY^  _-.J.L.i.k,',  ..AyHOIiESALE ..ANDA BBTAIL.r...':_ ,  WO^I   LlVV:_A.i:i2,(it ������//  yCJQQx)  "-n^l  ^y^oJesale,MarJ(ets.,at^Nel^on. >Ro?slai>d, Sandon and Creenwaod,    yyzfr  fKXJ^kl,Wj^yt,-y^/ca.   x. *yi..^y^A    . o���_   , ; y--'Cj2jI\j.%J:'&4^;'  Wsbn^T^aiV-Yifii--;: K_Sl^^Ne^'E��enveftxSant[oni SiR-fSn7'1Gr^a_  -DOHO a^,^_Girai^rFH*s3lM}d^^ and m-cferV^ '^&  ffll^^^^'^'^J-flqi; Melspn, B.C.  ___fe-^DS=Qg^ER__Ji-%lfl^SAfel_^M  -;:-y_;.fe->:;|  r-*S?Sl|  ������*�����_*'*_?*__;  ft^;.^BP-j6��*i��  "^^.'Large comfortable _bedroonis^niid_sifirs--ltti,S"q:(liiiiiiB���  c_oom_-��sSample_.ro0i.i9-foi���ommereia_ raenTi,����ai'1 ... *  ���4  "g *a-TOf..> _!^^J:j^a^^.���.^^����f^--_stai^:_,'|^^'!'nb", ��  ;_l\|c^��_2^C_B^f!^_^^^ _;.."; "  'fy.yy ��:'��: ^;*aMMi5-m��S!SS-  ��^YGY2Gl_|RK-a  B Ltitc:D6f Dthd HbyaifHotolts CftJgai'y.,,  n    . "    n m.   "    .    &s " -���; "    '.^Sfn-..    r    n i.   B   9i.>!.**     "*      >��� * "^  Giass-6f^al_^izes-aSl||fe#t  Sawniill on GoAfernnient wharf.  Factory and office;, corner Hall street and G I>,R. track  ^_r.;rrfer   i-ilai*-rt'l-   '.���"'-������_-rT*    '"  ABRIDGED PROGRAMME  HORSE   RAGES  V����     oil _'^T_ 4- ,"_    *"���[_.    ���* ,-,'   c3 *^*__T_"    IS __��� 25.  ..........    50       25  ��f____4__i]4^  ���rs.ii.s   4'  Caledonian f Spopts  (r, ..,���>���������.1 ...tlry, ,-,f.--,-,, 1 I,:'; ! -_..;'1 ;-rJu7> (llii.'M!!-.! ���"'���'  v^_Tl-_S1.9) AWQffi_^Wi,*-Oiu?fiOOJ,i.-, -i. :.,.:  Gold Medal 'for BesS'^-Eound'^-h-ieteiMv-'  ^fLtiNS..fJ.tS:f/-F0R;$500  .'J .<!. .ii'ui-.l-i'/; .I*--.! //  lu'ni'-! v/l.i-1  ^A^QRJ^^^QT BASE (BALL n      '.,r.-i;.  HOSE .KEEL RACE  "1*Y|; mYil.  ilMl  ��^Pk&W^n  For Further Particulars Apply -_'_ecr._iry^-.iv-ftofl,'' Blfc."  IS.YET/iTllViE  !J<,.  tfH  ���:''^tlj^^\f^Af'jf6\ ���;."_:>  BOY THEIB  *��.s0.  A'litrgo'st-ek' 6if 'llr-t-olatw ^dry hiiatcHaJ ��i?haiid[ jnjf,  a full line ot'ij&l-il'KlO-rs, nioUldingH,.iuiu-_iwork,f��st-  FACTiRy WORK A SPECIALTY     /  . i-t��i�� 'i:,_i.'i'i ,: *.; --.I- '���-  HrD^_^Urt-^Mah&ger;  r   ff  i^i^-w^  "  to - _V*j,^v.�� �����.      .   _j. - -       .'5Q-f%���N-is6���ft���,:,'���_^Riti_b_^o'fU"mbi-.sal',.  ��y."p.".;" ,,  yiMiJit.^i -kiK^tyiv ���zn:"��i-h-'i~'"M:Hh):-(  ^^^^Si^^m^^^.^^^  -���  fiChf^: !"1 ".'*ls:;i* '��� lPy  |tl|fR!|4  aii'^i  -���p_fv<f'  ���^���^^|]-|.^-^^0*. ^}flW  '��,'���  ��,*&/M&j&  ym  ���m>mB& HEA(_il^l^^a. ^  1i:��;:"^%^' .T��ff:-.-*'#3?--*3'.m.f��  _ j .M UV* n - ^j    flJ  J.jgaia-SjpS  Sia" fcpfe-a-go*.J��  .mi  ^^^M^tf^oui^^^uiism^r...y y j  Liirgo sample, rooms.   Steain neStTaifa"!!^^!- light.  ' -COKNKR OV AVA^AjND^IjitJ^l^ls., y-ELSON:  :l_totepi'Cite  l4_-l!..ft Mo VVA.RD sfnl-BTg,VejIoV  !-���;;���   > :.-��� .-,�������:: ,'.- ��l _!-,.,������������'.! -I .j-,-.������:.'- !'.���:!.  Yard:   Foot.of Heiidryx.street, Nol_on .jhi  3--  Teloph'ono,''���_ li ' - * !:fi 1'Hifl n ii--�� __._,-�����_,��� ��  .11;:! ,-J ir  3 <>.  . j^ND OPTICIAN  XOR^NIlPi CANADA  J& __  .Jk_& s-,^J  i Ruffe rin'��fr&n  ,irfili-tc(I^3-h  ijfiglqr  iiae___r  diverged, double1 or j 11 distinfct-__-i*__ 11.  power or any err _r of refraction of tlie eyes will do well  to eoii-iilt him, 1; avo their eyes tested and get an expert  correction,  co:N_ra^  MONDAY"AMD TUESDAY  mmm.  'H6��d(/_artcr!_ foi-  '"'it-i- .'ii.l_VV__tp I,  Y:i',-:.. .Wo ,riiak0_-,Bspecialty of....,     ......���(���  ��� Sliiplap-iijd^oubje:^  -.:_;. fCo^d;Pr|-.Rustic-and:;FJoorJng ,   /  0mc6iafi-iVjurdH_nrG.hK.;ia-P--,,'l-t G.'BEKIt,; Ageiil.  GOAT R1V���R LUMBER CO.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All sizes of dimeiihion tiral>or and, itH' kj'nds -of liimb-r'  out. to order, .,an(l- sliippcd t_ Nelson in carload lots,  WKteyf6rj-H_i_s: ^ '-*-r-.'- .:.   ���- ��������� ���"     ."' ' ,'. ���'������ : -.':���  i/ffiojojilr hotclin;Nelsoii that1 'ha�� reinaitfcd under olio  -iip5_feii&ifli-;-%*'lB_3.r| l^'y  ^i'-5W_if---nW'l*>ai^w_l'l��farirish-cdl  (tiid   Il_lited by  .electricity. . ^  ���7 Tfi _ dlliiiilj-rooin is iiot.sccoiid tb'aiiy in Ivootenay.  ��� -Thebar7i�� always stocked by thft- bost.dome-tic and  iinportedjifinors and cigars. "  tf   ?"?'fe'^f i?'     prHOMAS MjPJ>I^ljl,-j^''iitoi|:   ��  ���^Kf  Two and a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.  -DflPTATHPTl?-.     SpHngDhiokens, Fresl) Cream,  Of I_lIAj-lli-0.     Purs Milk, Fresh-Uid Eggs.  AUtM; .-which raroifrQiii ;tto3atiqli;bol_on^;ig,tojthejhpj4j  j��; j*_._���;'._"��.*������ _ji)., livf ...;___; j<_^ri! <��?>?  A pleasant _placc to spoiid afternoons, evenings and  enjoy delicacies that cannot be obtained in hotels or  restaurants at jjelson. Good stabling. Oppii day and  night. ?Can hb .eacbed. by either road or -water. A i��"  U*\.i       y\i _$VII$j&M KoaERTJS^Prqpriqlqr;!  :.*������.?: *A:.  v  COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL  '-O-*'**'  Everything flrst-class  .Clioice brands of AVines, Liquors and Cigars  .*    YY  -Itate.s ^1.50;anfl lijmr'duy.-:        .;.'.:  .,r;  j. AV. S3MITIJ, Proprietor.  Large aiid well lighted  Heated by hot ai  Rcasonablje'rates "���     ;.       - ; ��.* Sample-rooms  ,���'   -Ele.tric bells .ariifligtit ih Vvory ioota* "_*  ftenovated and,refurnished. Ihroughqut  '���f_"__5___, ;'"VJvn  ,_. -J. V.JPERKS, I?fopriotor 7  V.;Y, 7.;Y"  SSSfftik^ft^-^. Rwelstoke,, B��� C.  2"yy..('- y'lyy^yLs^B^-' *->!. :fw?-T^-,?--viLi!!^!^,^-,-,-.\-^'-ffl ii��_____,.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  ��� b'_o___PH��||  EI^���tra^TST^PPETES  is/  ���  ,-     -,#  r-s  Complete  P. O. Box 808.  Electric Bqulni_iyente;fotfgieej5i(r^'PVjer Transmission and  Elect-te-%-^tirfr-s/'Cam^>_-e_ls, Telephones, Annum  '���V.. iftbdyy ^Up^rses,;^VwalKOns, 2  slei_:_is.;a,na, ^..wmpjet- ;o,utat ,o_.,haijnesaL saddles, blankets, etc., and a goln&,,.--Sin-3s of  *.nn ��rtrt ��� .���t.      _t.__���_����� ^f..,.ir^.,i.    -n.n,,..'  1,000 a yea_.   Terms.  iuytL   ants .ok -tbftytig side of  Will buy, two,lota and lmprove-  .��� _ ments .orf .-ibS-J-Cside of Vernon  street, fba!twe_p*.Wa��* a_(|WDseplilne streets.  Tk>vb&�� *S    y%��'     Id- i' i i I '# J,  ___Binn  Wl11 ���b.ux,r3Q.*by,.12Q���feet on the  J()'*Ol-,U  B0ttth-;,_ld_.-bf'.��-ike_;,',treet.  b,e-  tween Etaril-yand'Kooteiiay Streets 'Casin'.1  rT__��es,,��_  Annunciators, Etc.''/.';!.;.*7-'.:;i  ,�� .Jtq^Mfliii^ J-Jreet, Nelson, B. O.    ZtJL-.ifi.iji - ..���  ,    ���   ......  rsst?  fob mmffiifimx  ���i.V'ij>. _T".>*f>-*!:vi. yiiYS ,^.i\  _t�� W-iVV  Blouses a?^j}_fe��ss~Sk_l. ts  ,!i7Y i��:i-.--.-: 1 ,'r.'~-(i"-.-|_J_(.*Ito.  'i-i i.-i-.ui.; .:-.-;l-'ir'^ ���tSA1_l,Llt  I'MuXli   .'i   .M _<!__   v.Ii;,-*^.   ^.'-.i/M-! ���'!;.-���.ClCilF   h  i*>1 iijon-i.'. ',  .oiij'.i'I  .T..7rfF*a��fM">t'iT"f1f  'NKEiSpiJ'.';;.;"'_:;,',, ;;'; iy  T1IE TRIBUNE:  NELSON,  B.C.,  SUNDAY,  MAY 21,  1809.  r ''''"'��� ���  Ell  i'f  H\'r  a  ill  .n>'_  I  Pu rses  Pocketbooks  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 arc 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.  ZEL & CO.  CORNER t.AKI'"K AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON  Postoffice.. Clothing Store  }.-���  BOOTS  BOOTS  WE HAVE NOW A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER  GOODS FROM AMES, HOLDEN &; CO.,  J. D. KING & GO, M'CREADY AND  OTHER MAKERS. CALL AND SEE  OUR SPECIALS IN TAN AND CHOC-  LATE.   CALL AND GET OUR PRICES  A.  ^ext;,- postoffice, bakee stir-diet, nelson*  iv_Y^CYSf-i_I  myy...  sSSc  ��i*S> ��  t* i _ _>___  iSBJG|pDSwe are  i<oo^ntl||o sell. wh;i_e  .remain/the. patteriis '���  ifrtt_i_S"-_a-.6n.    We pre-  Igrlfjfymkrki them down  Jnow,7and;|ei��our regular  '7 -j1*. ,."i���yi:_. ,*    - ji   -* j  IciistorrrerSj" nave ihe ad-  &- jp.T-s V>_.ytf^  |yari|ige7^f;i*th,e cut, ratl|-  fer.'thjir|j.jjaVe a slaughter  ila!���e*rsomfc���hi6n-tiis later  .t$.ft*rjak& room for i\ew  gqp_s."   Oiir display   of  l%i��s,. afirf Art  Squares  ��|_ ;-_e- finest  ever seen  ji$^Koqt6r\aff==Tl\e)l=zre=  receiiced" direct from the  -eastern iitiporiers so that  in buying from us ybu  :are    virtually   reaching  headquart-rs.  When Advertised  At " Auction Prices" .should* be, loft ivlone. Ah  "iiuction L xii'ice means tlie highest price Avhicli the  piirchiise- '.can be1 induced to pixy.  New Spring Designs  In Axniinsters of the-best quality,.Avith or-without'  borders. British aud Canadian makes.  Brussels and Velvet Pile.  V"..'  Suitable for draAving-roonis, dining-rooms, halls or  stairs, Avitli or Avithout borders.  Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,  Union art squares, Japanese squares and rugs,  Smyrna and Tecumseh rugs.  40 Different Styles   0��Ybaby_carriages_and_- go-carts  to   Select.,jjfcftjik.  Rattan chairs and rockevs.  Fitf^niture ofjitf Kinds  Is advancing^ and notice to this eJTect hits been  sent to tlie trade by all large inamifacturers.  Having a large stock on hand Wo will be able to  continue! to quote better .figtU'es than any of our  eonipetifcoj*... We have also three carload.- of  fiu'iiiture on the way*. .  The annual general meeting of the  Nelson Boat Club has been called for  next Monday evening at S o'clock in tlie  rooms above the Bank of British Columbia. Much important business Avill be  brought forward, so it is hoped that tlie  members will make a point of attending,  in order that tlie general views of those  present can lie ascertained. A spring  regatta, is in contemplation, ami improvements to the boathouse, sucli a.s lockers,  etc., will be discussed. Any intended  members, or those interested in rowing,  are also invited to attend.  l.dward Quintan was brought to Nelson  yesterday from Whitewater to stand liis  trial upon the charge of stealing $10 from  the person of .Joseph Ueiihain of Brooklyn on May loth. After the robbery  Quinlan decamped from Brooklyn and  was followed by constable Forrester, who  arrested his man at "Whitewater. The  prisoner was taken before stipendiary  magistrate Crease, avIio remanded him  until May 29th, ��� AA'hen the preliminary  hearing will take place. It. M. Macdonald  Avill defend the prisoner.  Gentlemen  If you want, a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and summer, 1 havo over 500 difTur-  ent patterns of Scotch and En_li_.li tweeds,  wliich I will make to your order at the low  price of .    $_5  Black Venetian.-* make a nice suit for sum- ,  mer wear at ��21  Black serge suits in sack or morning coat.. .21  A  heavy. Scotch   tweed,   nice  patterns  for  ljusinu.ss suit SIS  Trousers at equally low prices. Kit and finish  no hotter in Canada. Ladies'fine tailoring a  specialty.   Clement block, Baker street.  Stevens, Tlie Tailor  Fine Ordered Clothing  We havo a line assort men I, of woolens always  on hand, Ooods made up at the shortest possible notice. As everything i- kept and made  on tho premises, satislaccion is assured.  H. M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  ARE YOU GOIMTO ATLIN  OR DAWSON CITY?  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Tickets for the Knights of Pythias excursion to Ka-lo on May 21th are n iw on salo at Lillie  Brothers' shoe store.  Lost on Friday night in the opera-  house, or mi Wind Mreel, between flu: opera house alul  Baker street, a mosaic and g"!d bra'-olet. 'I"tie tinder will  lie suitubiy rewarded on retui'iiing it lo Mrs. .1. liodcrick  Kol.ui'lst.n.  Humphreys ifc i'ittoek. the well-known  fruil. denim*, ale now sei ving ieo r.M.i.in in  llicir parlors  on Bilker street, next to iNeNou Wine Co.  O-  oo  -O  _c  CO  _l  QQ  ���is.  o  CO  CO  o  If you are, call and get posted  on the White Pass and Yukon  route, which isf "'.the best; safest  and. cheapest possible.     v  A. R. SHERWOOD  Baker street *Wesl. Nelson, B. C.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  APPLY  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At i.flice Of the Duncan Mines, Limited.  It pays us to deal squarely with  you and to represent our goods  and methods just, as they are. It-  pays us to strive for excellence in  quality and price, ahvays aiming  to place in the hands of customers  the best p*oods at the smallest  fio*ures.     On   this   basis   Ave  invite  o  your inspection- of our lines.  The latest and neatest stock in  Sash Clasps, Beits in all patterns,  Blouse Sets, Skirt Pins, Shopping  iBags, Ladies' Lorgnette Chains in  patterns.  A specialty of Diamond Jewelry  of all  kinds and desci iplions.    ,  We want your *\vaL*h repairing  and we employ only-expert watchmakers. Send your watches as we  can save you money on your repair work.    NELSON,-B. C  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  eavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORE  CARS  Canton Drill- Steel#  WOODEN  MATERIAL  CARRY IN STOCK;  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  V.\      Iron, T-Rails  \** Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner��Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  A Coat of Paint  *.  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  _-_emoyal Notice.  George Holbrook  City Scavenger and  Chimney SWeep  Prompt attention given to all orders loft at M. DesBrisay & Co'-, Bakor street, Nolson.  - John Cho ditch & Comimny hep la anmm'iico'lo tho  Lrado thai tiieyhave-romuvod .their headquarters Hum  NTaklisp to Nelson, where they will for ihe future bO'Css-  Uililislicd. PcniliiiK theeieclion of suitable; warehouse:-;  tliey bavc'Secui'ed." lempovflry (lulu-tor's in tlio warehouse  of- Turii'V, Beeton '& Compoiiy On-AVnter struct,=whorc  thoy will be pluiised to rocoivutlieir patrons. --,  Nelson, U. C; May 17th, IS��)i).  JOHN GHOLDITCH & CO.  ^  __?  WILL ADD TO THE SELLING VALUE OP  A SHABBY LOOKING HOUSE  When you make up your mind to use a little Painty  bear in mind that *\\*e cany a complete stock of all  kinds of Paints,^ Oils, Varnishes, and Stains, also  Kalsomines, Kalsominc Brushes and Painters Brushfcs  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  Mining- Supplies T Rails  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  NOTICE.  All parties bavin,; accounts against the late Waller S.  A'shpitol are requested to send the sain�� to the uadoi'-  '..it'iicd, at once. JOHN R. l._0VVLI.A'.  Nolson, H. C. _lay'20tll, 1SU1I.  Odd Fellow's Excursion Tickets  Tickets for tlio r, O. O. I<*. excursion to Now Denver on  tli- (.neon's Birthday (May -Kb), are to bo Imcl in. A'.w-  ston c's drug More, Mill.s& Loll':;. Uainuia Rook -.'Drug  Co.'s, Teetnel & ("o.'.i ilrujj store, and K. antoliiro's harbor  shop.   Fare, ��3.10; oliildreii under 12, Sl.n;*>.  Corner Baker and Ward Streets. Nelson.  "���'$$&:      A"        "    '������������������ OF   aSTELSOlsr,   B.O-,  AS- '������.%'���!:��� .  Is now,.prepared to buy all classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and  copier or'es. ' The careful/attenfion given-to large contracts will b_.'extended  to the smallest shipper. Prompt settlements and choice of mode of sampling guaranteed.  Address ail communications to drawer S, Nelson, B. C.  '. /'.���      ":^. GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Manager..  ' s"* O. M. ROSENDALE, Purchasing Agent.  AND  .HAZ__EWOO_>)  ll'3"'  Ice Cream Soda  Mivf CENTRAL FRUIT ST0J,E  Fresh Fruit received daily  Next door to Nelson AVino Co.  Telephone!):.. HU-lI'in.l'.YS & I'lTTOCIC  -~-~���__-__    ���~y���  AN 8-room hou.-ic: furnished; bnth-room,'electric light,  piano,   Avorksliop. and   large   garden,    c'~  Falls and Hoover streets '"  Ne"sori,,U.C.  . ;     ,.  lai-j.  Apply  to. K.  Corner' of  t\  Whalley,  IllVi Oiympio Hotel, Ka.-do.  ���  .complete; bowling alley,  on tho premises.  rpi  Twtnly i-ooins: furnished  Apply to ltiehard Gallop,  Hazlewood  lee Cream  AVe haA'e been appointed sole agents in Nelson for  tills eolebrated lee Groani, and are now prepared  to enter to the public, at our ice cream parlors,  which wc 'have fitted up in first-class stylo. Call  in'and have a dish of this delicious cream. Other  dealer, supplied.  IV|il!s & Lott  Tropical Fruit Depot,  Corner of Bakor and AVard streets, Nelson  NEELANDS  EMPORIU  Itr Av.i],I he to your iidA*aiit;ige to see oiir large  and complete stock of Boots and Slices. We  carry the following lines: J. &.';__. Bell, X.  ];>, jviilg & Co., Bbi'tli Star Slide* Co., Foots,  Schiilfa* & Co., S-i*al-ford Shoe Co., Anies, Holden .���*-. Co., and ol'liOl' leading niakecs.  Everybody who intends purchasing' Crockery, Groceries, etc., will save money by calling* on Kirkpatrick & Wilson, who have now open for inspection  the finest lot of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware  ever brought to the Kootenay. Fruit Jars, just  arrived in pints, quarts and half gallons. Lowest  prices.   First-class quality.  Telephone 10.   P. O. Box K & W.      Baker street West, Nelson  % AND 28 WKST BAiCK.lt STIt'KK-*. NKLS-N  Builders and contractors can now secure  ihe best lime on the market at  70 Cents per 100  OALIi   AND   INSPECT  BUSINKSS AND IWSIDISNTIAI,  I-tOPEKTy  The West \ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Streot.  T. G-. PRrOTOR, Manager  .YYv-7 7 .,LOST.   .*.;*  T OST-A l��"'nd silver brooch, on Monday uitfht. The  -*-1 Under will hc suitably rewarded bv returning; it to  ..Air*. (Jcorno Sl.ci)hcnson, \Vulcr street, Nolson.  BOARD AND ROOM  Kirat-clnss board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward imd Carbonate) streets, in rcur of JOntjllsh churcli.  Heated by steam.   Table board  .1, room and board .,=>  and $5.50. ...       ,,        .     , ,  A collection of fine HcIbjuih Canaries for wile. ,  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  30 by  120, Baker .street, between' ,fo_c]fihitio  and  Want stl-ee'�� , ��SOO0  50 by 120, Baker stropt, between Jo.sephinc and Ifatl  streets..   1500  50 by 120, Baker streot, b: tweei) Josephine ar.d Hall  streets, corner........v ; .'..'....;.. ;     ���  HO by 120, JSast Baker si reet    800  25 by.120 with improvemonts, south side o�� Vernon  street'.,.;',,  ..*., _  5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street,...,.  fiOOo  2 lots iind largo house beautifully ftfruished (Sua:)... 4000  2i'lots with cottage rented at ��15 per month, Victoria  Street-   3500  1 lot witli cottage rented at SJia per month, Victoria  street   2500  2 lots with cottage routed at ��20 per month, s-'tanloy  street  3000  (i lots in block Ul), all cleared and fenced in  2500  fl-room house and 10 lols set out in orchard  4100  2 lots and impr^vem. nis. 52 head of cows, 2 hordes,  wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's milK ranch     5500  Kor general information on roai estate and for further  particulars on above property apply to  "W^--BD_BI-OS.  Real Estate and General Agents, Baker St., Nolson  Vienna Restaurant  Baker.street, between Josephine and    .  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL TIOU_.S. DAY OIVNIKHTY  HAKKKV IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND I'ASTKY COOKING  A  SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITK HKLI�� lOMI'LOYKD  _B.      ���HTXJRI-'S-.      PEOPEIETOR  m_Ojf to the Hills ;  I g-ot outfitted fit DesBrisay's���fourteen week's supplies,  all neatly packed in cotton sacks. They know how to fix  you up,  and such a fine stock to choose from,  I'll, tell you Mike there isn't another store in the city  that   can   fix a  prospector out in   the same way as that same  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, _B, C.  DesBrisay & Co  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresh consignment of Maple Leaf Cream Sodas received  direct from, the factory, put up in 3-pound boxes. Also  a full line of Lli_ Toronto Biscuit and Confectionery  Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forgot that wc handle  Hluo Hibbon Tea.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Baker Street West, Nolson, B, C.  SPECIAL ATTE  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIRE, Baker' St. Mod  TIki supply is limited, so call early and examine thia stock.  m  |k *:  .-mit.WpB.pi_%^l>wto

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