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 -p*  OV  THE LAW AND THE LAW COURTS  Powder Companies Indicted.  Tlie members of the grand  jury completed their labors  yesterday  afternoon  and   were   discharged.     W.  A.  Jowett,  foreman of the jury, in  presenting the  usual presentment, referred to tlie damage which menaced the people of  Nelson  liy the proximity of the magazines of the  Hamilton   Powder    Company   and   the  Grant Powder Company.    In one of the  magazines ho said tliere were some thirty-  two cases of old powder, wliich had been  there some two or three years.    This old  powder was in such a state that it might  go off at any time.    The grand jurors, he  added, had tlie evidence of   NY Hoover to  the effect   that  the  danger  of    explosion was so great, that while the  blasting  for the Hall Mines  smelter  was  iu  progress lie felt constrained to leave the vicinity of the powder magazine  altogether,  lest the shock of the blasting should   explode the powder. o  Justice Drake replied that the deputy-  attorney-general   would  no  doubt  take  the  necessary  steps to   carry   out   the  i Avishes of the  grand  jurors, but it was  not to be expected that  the  present  assize would sit for an indefinite time.  Mr. Jo'wett then emphasized the damage, as it impressed itself upon the jurors,  by adding that in addition to the old and  dangerous powder there were about  thirty-two tons of new powder.  Justice Drake���I hope it will not go oif  befor I leave. I begin to understand the  gravity of the situation.  Deputy attorney-general McLean���Seeing that we all have a personal interest  in this matter I will ask your lordship  for the notices under the code, which  will give the companies two days after  service in which to appear and plead.  Registrar Simpkins then read the following presentment: May it please your  lordship���we, the grand jurors of the  district of West Kootenay, respectfully  request the following-���We regret the increase in crime in the. district, as shown  by the number of cases brought before  us; this is doubtless owing, in a great  measure, to the large increase in poi_u-  lation, partly of a floating 'character,  owing to the railway construction going  on during the last two years. We note,  however, with satisfaction that there are  no criminal cases from the city of Nelson.  Former grand juries,-from-the year  1892, have niade presentments asking for  the removal of the powder magazine  from  its -.present  location  opiiosite  the  j We,-this.  TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE G,   1899  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  presentment, apologized for the circumstance that he could use but ordinary  language���that the matters referred to  would be called to the attention of the  proper authorities, because upon former  occasions���such attention had virtually  been nil. With respect to the necessary  repairs to the court house he had previously urged the same upon the authorities. With regard to tho payment of  grand jurors it.was a subject upon which  every district in the province had hitherto made representations of a si mi lar character. It was not for him' to suggest,  but he -thought that the only way in  which the object could be attained would  be by making it a plank in their platform  for the next political election. Otherwise he said he did not see how the object could be attained. He thanked the  jurors for their services and discharged  them.  Heneager Case Disposed of.  The jury in the Rossland case of Regina vs. Heneager, Avere out about an  hour and a half when they returned with  a verdict of guilty of attempt to commit  incest. The jury was composed of Gilbert  Stanley (foreman), E. H. Applewhaite,  J. R. Graham, Thomas Morley, Thomas  Lillie, C. W. West, J. L. Stamford, E. P.  Whalley, J. H. Wallace, Martin O'Reilly,  C, D. J. Christie and C. J. Wilson. The  court reserved sentence upon the prisoner  until the conclusion of the criminal business of the assize.  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  Along the Water Front.  The river has risen 8J inches during  the 48 hours ending at 0 p. m. yesterday.  The total rise for the past seven days has  been 2 feet 1 inches, and a total of 11 feet  7 inches from the lowest point last  winter.  The s.s. Marion was at the wharf Sunday afternoon. She had a new capstan  fitted on, and left at 5 p.m. for Kaslo  with several passengers.  Captain Troup had a party out in his  steam launch during the afternoon, but  the day was too cold and windy for  boating.  The Kokanee did not make her appearance yesterday as expected.'  KOOTENAY MINES AND MINING  ���j���"wislj,f'*  Hho. !���Gitivz<_uS;_, ofYN'elsSn,>and��  -majct-f&the ;s^  7poVfipSy*>itnH* "41^  !*Wn-^W*i<^^  a D P.n [. D     .h __1n   *-    -��   Go' Qi   *__T ' D iiij.        W        -.      n    GQ   nil "        ""- n   - n       n u_   ��� -.J-n n        ..   rll. U   u    [1  Quinlan Got Six Months.  The case of Regina vs. Quinlan in wliich  the prisoner Ed. Quinlan was charged  with having stolen $10 from Joseph Der-  ham of Brooklyn, was disposed of in a  few minutes. V.The case was tried by a  a jury composed of H. R. Cameron, O.  Newling, P. J. Russell, A. G. Gamble,  Robert Ince, E. W. Matthews, R. H. Williams, J. C. Carruthers, D. Morris, J. A.  Me Alman. W. J. G. Dickson and Samuel  Neelands. There was no defence offered  and the jury returned a verdict of guilty  without leaving the box. Justice Drake  sentenced the prisoner to six mouths'  jniprisomnen^n at hard labor. n Y  ONE LONE PROVINCIAL CONSTABLE  Maintains Order in the Slocan.  ��� "'inaffi&tt^' "''  "  YMIR.  Mr. and Mrs. Alan-Forrester paid Ymir  a visit,yesterday and were the guests, of  constable Forrester.  The I. O. F. Court -Ymir No. 3088 are  going to give a grand ball on June 30th,  to celebrate Dominion Day.  The president of the waterworks company states that the water will be laid  into the town .wi thin the next fortnight.  ROSSLAND.  So far-no preparations are being made  to celebrate the 1st of July in Rossland.  Some people think Rossland should have  a celebration, but others wish to take the  opportunity of visiting Nelson.  The Rossland Cricket Club held its  first practice Saturday. Tliere was a.big  turnout, and a very creditable eleven can  be picked out to do battle with Nelsou on  Dominion Day.  SILVERTON.  The football club has receiA'ed two defeats in the last two days. On-Saturday.,  in New Denver, their colors were lowered  to a tune of three goals to nil. A tin  band greeted them on their return yesterday. The steamer Slocan made a  special trip from Slocan City, bringing up  the football club and a crowd of rooters.  5J&���*$U"_U^^^^  j-^^lfSa^uMfe  __tiirxx Biinivtchsand _the jlocal .rteam ..goes? to���:  fp..\v.^I��)fin-rvr_��te-o-ii.,.:l.'ii,ii_i..,r.l:'f,lii.   _.__���_._    ���_���_,"���__" ��?>'*.  ���^it^-liinl'l&a'feiOiic^:  _We askis^iir^lo/dship^"       represent to  iV... fSi-nni .1 ������ = iii it,li tin nffift Till ft*  f _liTil rel v*  in -  jthtej.-pr.d-.per^..  VaHs'tfji.'S'tei ��accp|hnipda,|ii^u,;  eiitn:  the  Ml-  ibuvSfe  |Y;ni$irit^^^^  ^f'y^^ Vli</Yniay "liave  _��� _b.I.-6 hilsTotitune -0 Inlv^ business tb>fc��_ns.-  '���,���*._���_. ui*th:e .pi-esen t building? -hie sinall  vi;opin;".is���|lCll the adcomniqdatiaii provided  :;|orY��^rai;id- jjui'cxi^ V^etft; "'Ipli^rs .ilid "law  ��"libr]w-y.g W�� hhd (fheiyfiris :no vault or  'J��&f�� $of> the ferotifitioii"df Valuable n^pfrs  fin". _ he: eiistoxly" qf -the l-ejgistralY Tlie  .prtiSfirtt vault iu,thevepurt liouse^building  "iffcOinpietely Occupied by the Ttibokg; gmd  I?.documents^ in charge ol the mining re-  CQrder itnd-gold commissioner; in case of  fire irreparable loss woiild be siistaiued.  We visited tlie   provincial   gaol   and  j~^oun.d^lie-buiMm  for by the oMch.Ls. The striietivi'e, how-  hvpi'f owing to shiiiukage and settling, is  in need of imniediate repair. We found  no proper appliaivce for use in case of  fire; the water being laid on in a very  unsatisfactory manner, With ijo hose piping of any descii'iptiou. ^Should there be  I a fii.e in the buildiiig, loss of life Would  probably occVii", owing to .liei'd ��� being no  lippliaince to open al. the cells at Once, as  .in otliqi* prisoh-.. A Safe or vitalt is te-  qiiir_d for the proper keeping of public  (iyetiilieuts and cash pf VithutMes,, which  the "Warden has in liis ture, belonging to  prisoners. A 'suitable fence should be  0i,eeted around tlie,gaol and other public  buildings in the vicinity) and a guard  should lie appointed to look after the  prisoners when Avorking outside the gaol.  They could then be employed in useful  Avork about the gaol, schoolhouse and  Other public buildings.  We Avisli to draAv the attention of the  authorities to the fact that grand jurors  are in receipt of no remuneration for  their labors. We believe that grand  jurors in all other provinces in the Dominion are paid for their services, and  Ave ask that adequate remuneration be  allowed for services of grand jurors in  the future.  We draAv attention to the insufficient  school accommodation at Nelson, and  recommend that a Avard school, of at  least three rooms, be erected near the  eastern boundary of the city.  In conclusion, we Avish to thank your  lordship for the great consideration you  haA'e shown us Avhile Ave have been fulfilling our duties as grand jurors, and Ave  also desire to thank the deputy attorney-  general for his care and assistance in  presenting in a fair and clear manner the  several cases brought before us.  Justice Drake   iu   ackuoAvledging the  1S.eAV-DenA'eifpnpU_u__e4"lithia  p^-^^.-'��-.syiff-.--y-y-^i>si-: .-."s?" ���y.y?.���,tfl,.<gm  iniiesfrpji^iliev Bownvoi ^.muv and ������eiur  ^pjQyiuginall le|sstlian";h��tyinen^  "thu'ty|fijViB: ;=h���{id;,w'ii&n''<fe^15":itl'-!'ri^ n^.r% ,i;e��  auirk^^i^ittl^G^nS-abl^^   feprojiecfeli^:  cdinpii-y%:pfep^i%*a1aCSh^ "li.v|^!<)f tW-  comljaiiy s, ^mplpye^es, has - laaijg^dj "���"cpu?.  . si,dei'ab,lS.��iiiifayoift-b\fe .cpinnifeM/ "iiv !tli<|��  .^lo^iif-0iej;eit-^^��;4W2 inpix^aye'__>ItVdeJ-"  itbly quit Aypr��fc.; -'Noiie otilie'niine Q^n- ]  ers _qf .th'e.Sioean haVfe though^ife fniscagr*  Siiiff to miikk iwiy  sitcli  "gi"^*hd-stand''  plays", "alid   frpm   pi^Serit   ^Igp^aranc'es  there   is   yo   ^K^ilipod=\'0^s-'_elie"*g"r_l^_i-  pl.o\'iufria;l pplice force *being aiici-eased.  In tlie Avjioiev of'the ���'Sib^-*ii**jjke*.G^i_>"_i*ii-  PM8  prbvirifiiai  cbilstabli-i  khd] he is a]t  Nelson attending the aisi^ve _ou;rt.7  A remafckabl^ change fias taken pliicG  in tjie .^enel'ivl seutiineut among tire- pep-  pl0 bf tilie canip regarding the ��� strike of  the  minersj  and  the  greater portion Of  =the'pppiilat:iPn=ai'e=espousiug-the-eause ofthe men against the iiiiuP owners.    Certain it is that the actions "of the _ pen  since the  inception of tlie strike have  been su-li as to Avin for theni  respect  from those Avho Avere oiify too prone to  be censorious.   Not a single public  expression Of hatred, not a single threat,  and no action of any sort or nature has  been made agaiiist the owners* iior ha\yb  there been any mills blown up or li^es  lost.    ?��Ioi'eOA>er, there hits been  no demand made   upon   the   authorities   for  extra   police    protection.     In    fact,   a  stranger might pass through the camp  and  never suspect the situation existing.  Acting, ''evidently' from    headquarters,  those men avIio are remaining iti the various  towns,  are  holding aloof from the  hotels,   and   are   ������batching"    in    small  parties in all tlie available cabins.    This  remoA-es from the hotels all apprehension  of having  to  hold  up  the men.    Very,  very little drinking is being done, and.  the men are conducting  themselves in a  highly creditable   manner.     They   feel  confident of winning, and the general  public is with them.    On the other hand  the mine OAA'iiers are acting in ail equally  decent manner, and so far as the outAvard  appearances of the situation   are   concerned, not a Avord of censure can be applied anyAVhere;  Child Drowned at Trail.  A three-year-old son of J. BleAvett,  engineer on the Columbia & Western  raihvay at Trail, Avas droAvned in Trail  creek on Saturday last. Mrs.. Rlewett  went doAvn toAvn in the afternoon, leaving the child in the house in charge of  his father. The boy went out, and  shortly after Avas missed by Mr. Blewett,  Avho started a search and found the body  stuck fast in the brush about tAvo hundred yards down the creek.    .  ���'Jl3iS&  ..-, via;.J.lie^  ^Ciiipnl&'i  " refei'ted" "6n>  n   Y*V        "   J>���1    Y     0   0  ,NE5^E^ER.frf.:'������;  "Yyi_\_.AY_jv^ _________  "jv*!ee&. ^-fej**^ Cblk"'"  .iuenc'fe ^illu^-j-Bpth. 'arC"^yi _ kiiplyd Vaifd  'liM^ld-db'KsjHr '/.'[ '���;.���.'. .*-, ",;"']"������ ..':"'  "i"_|. -C1. "_Os>yalt^.it]wls��,-\yi^  ^%lie"i���rj re'luia-iftt'i-g^J^s, ^_sj5_t  '���ipop i t. "''"Tlii!!" vJsi:t'cl'^t'e::*lil"  Several1 properties �� f br^Britislkaiifjital."  n "BeAr, G. l^u Yijtes! leaves .tliiSJ.w.eek" for  Gj<eeny.;opd fpr(d montll's trip.  ��..A hea^ fyill of silow Pdeui'i^d: yesterday in tlie hills.  ,^iten'*_^St-.chJ4ifqli��;.,l)'elin in |��lie: SloC&n"  Vvas living in St. S.epMefl'S .$fttriwl.ay alid  Was used yes.terdlvy in anuounQiiig public  seiwiee.   ft sounds odd^ to the argonaut...  E; R, Atliel'toii's summer reSlde'iee here  i$ receiving' the finishing touches.  A new sidewalk ig tp be laid on Kildare  Street, frpni Seventh to EightliV  Work Started on the Venus.  Eleven men Avere started to Avork yesterday on the Venus group, on Morning  mountain, and it is the intention of the  managers to increase the force as soon as  room is made in the tunnel for them to  work. A trail has boen completed from  the mine to the Athabasca Avagon road  and shipments of ore to the Hall Mines  smelter will be made in the course of a  couple of weeks. Recent assays from the  ore in the face of the tunnel average $40  per ton.  YMIR   DISTRICT.  ��� J. B. Dabney has been out on a visit of  inspection to the Tamarac, Avhere they  are drifting on the 200-foot level. There  are fourteen men employed, avIio are  Avorking the eight-hour shift and receiA'-  hig the standard Avage of $3.50.  YJ. D. Anderson, P.L.S., of Trail, arrived  here on Saturday and is iioav surveying  the claims, of the NeAV Brunswick Consolidated group, adjoining the Dundee  group, after which he AA'ill go on up Wild  Horse creek to smwey the Rainy Day and  Rainy Day No. 2, the property of the  Gold Reef Mining- & Milling Company,  Limited. * *  From the shaft of the Evening Star  there has been sent 150 pounds of rock  tp Nelson to be tested.  Holden & Hodge are suiweying the  Avinze and leA'els in the Ymir mine.  L. J. and EVIL Wiuslow lnwe just returned from Hidden creek, Avhere they  located the Winslow claim adjoining  their other .claim, the Iroquois. They report that on the WinsloAV in the bed of  the stream they made one of the greatest  discoA'eries, perhaps, in this camp���a  ledge of nice quartz, carrying zinc, from  30 to 50 feet in Avidth. The property is  just three-miles from the railroad. The  samples indicate free milling ore, and a  surface assay retvirned good values in  gold, copper and silver. The * snow is  pretty Avell 'off up .there, but a good trail  arid a bridge across the Salmon river are  ni-ht  ���TEpfge'-fc Ih*'suppli'e^;ij.'b^l0 .as��_2s"��-_  H,���-_w_--  Thpfl^ytri., a**   '*     ������afl-s&,.& ,apP.fl,:..^,pPD^."',ay^I^P,p\,'t,fl.y^  ���AA^prJ^7i'"7|Dh%e-ar.e ;^mt&a  tTo-",    *=��..__.   _�� "~ij���->>*.*!'_,,"."."_"���J^"���".'-_!i..���'_f  ���;"��� A ���� ��-wbV_  y?al".  ��" insen*&" wpiik Spu-itli-Si  IxOfge-flerpek:  Vfch^y    _  .      _   ^   itblderl.;"in "the"Tahikxiikvxyptifi'idllp'sslixzutl  tyWiprdky,,.  i|].if"'|5%^-ies;"ifp ^ll_d��>  the lower leA-els is still suspended on account of surface water and an ineffective  pump.  There i.s a feeling of uneasiness here  over the developments on the eight-hour  question in the Slocan. There is very  little fear of the trouble spreading to  Rossland, but outside investors are  already being influenced by the appearance of labor disputes in the Kootenays.  So far it has had little or no effect on  prices, but there is now no market at all  for some Slocan and Ymir stocks Avhieh  were very popular a month or so ago.  English papers bring news of the successful flotation of the Standard Exploration Company. Eight Australian properties are put in at ��800,000 in paid up  shares, ��500,000 has been-raised- in cash,  and tlio balance is held in reserve. Tlie  capital is ��15,000. The idea of the eight  Australian properties was-'no.t kindly received in Loudon aiid Whitakek Wright  secured an option on a big placer scheme  in Alaska knoAvn as Powder Basin.  Whether this Avill be taken up or not is  doubtful. The cash will probably be invested in, Kootenay and Yale by GoA'er-  nPr Macintosh. The shares of the Standard Exploration are already at a premium.  SLOCAN   LAKE   DISTRICT.  On Saturday morning W. C. E. Koch  sent a gang of men to Ten Mile to ship  the Enterprise ore lying in the chute at  the Avharf. They AA'ill. also clean up the  dumps at the miue and ship the ore from  there as Avell. There Avill be about 1,000  tons in all, AA'hich should net the neAV  company $50,000 at least.       ,  Ten Mile is looking up hqav, and several  properties are being Avorked.  It is expected a .deal Avill be consu-  mated on the NeepaAva, Ten Mile, in a few  days.  Teh men are at Avork on the Mountain  Chief cleaning up the workings and stopes  and exploiting the'��� vein. So soon as the.  labor question is settled, there will be a  large force employed, there.  The Marion, on .'Silver Mountain, is  starting up Avith an increased force.  From the Merrimac, ad joining the/CalT.  tfbjiifj'l;  iI:YS^lfe>o).-e .of.^^;#/;t-^.��"t6^k?  ���i��V_   7,/.-:NElSS0N ,DISTR|gTa��   ' .'."_���  "Y.',Tli:e"T1,eiloi:rtQd �� attempt) "-Ofythp( Dmi-ftn  ^li^rLimHed^ ^"^fflpy^-lufii^ ktMie;  cbirfp^nyls _i)files ph iiagley4ikkk,,%iis, fqi-;  a^l-nilj'atY'feast,- en:d'etl in fixil.tii-e.   The  Ifcllia^uS wpi'ked/six hpiirgyesJiCi^lay, then  Alderman McKillop's Legacy.  The financial statement of tlie city foi1  the month of May is as follows:  RKCEIl'TS.  J-lC-ti-ic liglit ,i .lie..,. i   Supplies sold ".   Xiica.isbs   MiSotlluiieoii  .,   Folieeqonrttines        Reul egtntc taxes.  ,.   Burial pcrinits..,   Water i-atc-.  Total  .... 1,018 8!)  ... 11 to  ... InfliOO  ..    1.0211 07  7_ 70  S <��  ...      10 00  ..,.    .'_5��� S!)  coke  Nor  >.r. dtipiirimdnt..  r.dical -xpensdi.  .......  Miscellaneous   Police (lopartiiielib   i-riiitiiiB.ami station wy  Salaries .Y........  Sower coiiHti'iietio,(ii.   Sidewalks.... ..... .  Streets ,..,,.��,, ......  Eteeti-io liglit construc.ion .  Klfcctl'ie Ilgbt MiaiiiLt-nuncO.  Watej-vvorks construction..  Waterworks maintenance .  Interest   jHSIiVllSK-IKN...  ..S. ;_S!) 10  ..? 939-I*.  ..    .'*���- 'B3  ..    1G0 :��i  ���.,      �����' 50  .,      OS 10  50 00  70 00  .     08- ii!)  .. '.',311 32'  ..     '-11 28  ..      'iii 80  .. 2,117 20  ..      28 711  ..     107 75  Total. ���   HANK  HAT.AN-K MAY 31,  Overdraft April 30.  ."?lli. 120 10  Checks drawn in May    7,157 i)a  Interest on April overdraft        83 10;  Deposits in May   ,...$7,457 95  -.2:1,970 51  .    2,702 35  Total..   Checks out May 31 ....  Bank balance���.... ...  Overdraft May 31,1899..   ��21,208 IG  S 1,090 07  19.51- OS' -"'   .$21,2(18 IG   ....��21,208 10  Alien Miners Are Kicking,  Victoria, June 5.���Premier Semlin  said today that a copy of the protest  from Washington, against the exclusion  of all alien miners from Atlin had been  receiA'ed, and that it'was based on an accompanying petition on behalf of 500  American miners, Avhieh contained some  serious mistatements of fact. This peti^  tion states foi- instance that United  States citizens are debarred from working even as laborers in tlie mines, which  is not the fact. The proA'ineial government Avill in a few days .forward -it*.-.'reply, to OttaAva. J  TJrere liasYbeen po r_du. _ib"u. of Adages  at tlie'Sib'ei'.lXiiig niiiie- -hrftuglrfheku-  foi-eeiiieiitj of" the> eig'ht-liour liiisi'-.*. -fhe  sanievgafct. (jf "wages is pai;d foi:- eiglitliours  as 'u'as foi'inei'ly paid for ten hours. Tliei  only1 &1ia|ige;ali the ruffle is tjiat Suiiday  AvOrkintsVbeen st0pptid. The ilieli now-  AVorksLt days, it week;  ptirjug the past two days, 191)  tons of  coke li|t_ been entered through  the ciiS-  toilis^for^expOrt���froin^fehe^Gi'ov^s^Nes-^  oA��ens   to  tlie  Le  Hoi  Suieltor  at  rt.    It A\'as valued at $058.  The JEEall Mine., smelter made another  shiprnent oi lead-silA'er bullion yesterday.  Tliere were over -Aventy tons in the ship-  men tj which was valued at $;.0Qf5.  SLOCAN   DlSTRlUT.  On Saturday last word was receiA'ed fit  tlie Vancouver mine from the head ofheei  to suspend ill! Avork nntil further notico,  and ih future to engage met) at the no-w  rate of $.'} per shifts This was an uiiex:-  peeted move, as it had been {ji.ven. 0nt  tliat the old'system, of eight-hour' shifts  at $3.50, \vOhld be maintained by tile  comiiauy. Tlie Rssex group, employiitg  seven men, is now the only property  working on PotiriMile. Tho Noonday mine  is being Worked with an increased force.  Tliey Avill ship another 'car of ore Avithin  a few.days. This property is under bond  to local men, one of Avhom is tlie president of the local miners' union. The  Wakefield Mines have opened a new ollice  in town in their own block. The work of  erecting tlieir mill and tramway, it is reported, will go steadily on. A'number  of surveyors* Avent up to tluit property on  Saturday.  A fine strike of clean ore Avas made last  Av.eek on the Willard claim, near here.  Tlie ledge was ground sluiced, and a fine  chute of ore-exposed. A tunnel is being  dri\Ten in on the new find.  BEER'S NEW SALOON PROGRAM  Meets a Cold Eeception.  Charles A. Waterman appeared before  the city council last evening to enlist the  council's help in the approaching celebration on Dominion Day.    He said he came  before them representing the celebration  committee.      He  had  already   collected  $3,350, and by tomorroAV eA'euing Avould  have  $3500.    The  celebration  Avill  probably, take place 011 Friday, Saturday and  Monday,'June 30th and July 1st and 3rd,  respectively.      He  said  the   celebration  committee would be content if the council  put  the  streets   in  shape  and  kept  them so, and also had them patrolled and  kept clear during the races.    He also expressed the hope that the  council Avould  put the recreation ground in shape.    The  committee intended getting np  a trades  procession, Avhieh  would  be  one of the  chief features of the celebration, several  merchants haA'ing  already promised   to  proA'ide ** floats."    It Avas f 11 tended to ad-    .  Vertise the celebration  everywhere, and  the council -would, be expected to officially  invite the mayors and councils of British  Columbia    and    Spokane   and    Seattle.  This, it was thought, Avould be  the best  advertisement  the city could get.    The  board of trade, will also  be  requested to  invite the chamber of commerce of Spokane. .  Alderman Thomson said it AA'ould be  foolish to spend money"011 the recreation  ground, as tlie. city had no title to it.  Mayor Neelands informed   Mr. Waterman thatthe/ matter  had already  been  considered,  and  the  council Avould  put7 Y  Baker, Vernon, Victoria and Ward streets     7  in shape.    After some discussion  it Avas 7   7  decided to grant all the requests, and theV  city clerk was instructed to issue the necessary invitations. -' >" Y"  A letter AVcis read from the Hon. F. C.  Carter-Cotton  stating  that the government   would  close  up  the city wharf if      V  .the city did not take it OA'er.    In the discussion Avliich folloAved alderniau Hillyer  said it Avould only cost $40 or $50  to tie     Y  down the loose planks Avith boom chains.   777  He : also;' pointed   out   that   the   wharf      ,  would  soon  be  submerged  by the high       7  water.-  '" It AA'as decided to take OA'er the Avharf,  but to postpone repairs till after the high   tp  water,  Avhen   the  Avork   could  be.  doneY    ~;  thoroughly.  A" i-etitiou that a six-foot sideAvalk be.   7  laid  on  the  north side * of Front street,    7Y  from Ward to Park street; was  receiA'edY Y.  It Avas decided to lay it between Hall arid VYYY  - Wiy:d jj-reet^i ���':' (yyy-- ,:���("��� 22:-y��,: (:^((-'y-(]yySy2yy  2xedd(f^lki^e&k^  ��^iu^^^mmmma^  ���feTi'fe"' xvpek bn - ���fihs^dfiai-fe^  _-to"i_t!t_f-i*w....,-_-;*. ;-������'.;.: y�� "("\.jy:X-<wi.y2^  ..������;7si..!.l  yy-y.\  ^ay^inip.4fhtife"j^^;^|^^@  ���  g.:..3..;"$pt.X  'ai,..P'��.tyl.p��.  ��m^i|1M__rietfsrGAre"Di^6fder'l--i ���������"_  " "u   ~   m��    u��� n���    __       On    " n_ D -���.-"_tl       7    ���D_ 4_ oqi-^"    _D_  ROSSLAND   DISTRICT.  Ore shipments for the past week wore  3,918 tons. The Le Roi has had the  longest and steadiest run of its history.  During March, April and May it has  shipped ore rallied at over $500,000.  . The velvet on Sophie mountain'.has-  struck ore in the; main crosscut on the  1(30 foot level.    It is very rich.    Work on.  Of  d'tly s  ���*'.-UiyiiSJ_;, ijegarcinig "Clio \sAveai'ing,  iii of ._pneeia^7*eon-"^ables to  protect" ��fhe  -})ropert|-f ,ol AJK-',5*yQta-f3^  fives, is laftipi4di='j-fe* fnv ]&iii_'u��ii_-d riiade"  sport ��! iip2$plst(n",   W|iM> ��he -';b:u-sf.ness���  men of N;el��on litiyc, u,0i ,see)r lit" to:: give  any iiuitecjie^r^slioji reglujdiug, the nUtt-  ter, the, bfisfiiesij ,nien oi I^niiV hsyv��, ft.  is as foiloAvs: ". :  "-....-,       "    yMfRYJuneofciiasfli  To the Kditor of ThoTT-ri. 1111c.  4s Hie bustti(_s�� ���]](._ 1 non'-a-anys, a_b fcifcihg conf;i(le'r-  ftble ihtcfest in.- .iii_ dt.pitto; betiv.cen, the nlljfc Qwlncrs  au(l Uru miner, iiv-Cj fche u .doisigiied business ,n)Ci) uitd  !pri3p(.n-tr6whei-��rpf"V7yiiF\Vbu_riH^  from sowo pf Uie libclloii.. liisinuatioiis tliuti have boon  jsowii bi-Oii.dcast by one .Of the Nelson, journal-, "Wu can  COnsCietil.Sonslygtat- that SO fai- as- nlafterS h��vq gonu  here, ev-i-ytliiiiK bass been of a very order. J- eharaetei'.  iliijl' ��*o liaTC evei-y eonfiileiico in the wisdom and ability  of oin- local oflleer to presei-yc Order at any and nil  times. It is ncvortheloss li-no thtft olle of tlio eoiiiimnies  operaliiiK fiear li.-re took -ohsideniblo ilniiece_sot:y jfre-  cliutiofi i)j" plftoiiig special cpiiSkiblCK 011 tlieir pr_pcv���y.  for they IiikI Ihe asi>��raiiee of ihcininers wlien they left  W_)rl_ lhali.tlr(!i'(_ was up iiQcesHity to fear any nifrlc.ta-  tion on Ibeir )i(lt-t.  Of course, when we come to touch on Ihepfjiiir itt.iwstlo  between the _.iihor_'-liifl: Chetr employcis, w��, like 1110���*.'  pi hei''business jiien, ar. not ih d:positiPn l,ojiid-*e, J_ij_-,v-  I11K no little Of the pi-actlcal work of inijiciw iiiidOri|rp(i|id;  lull t|ii. we ean say from expei:ien-o: We have a great  respeet for the m-itiers of tbis caiup.; l.liiiX Wi have al-  Avaj'S foil nd tiiqnVtP bo a peaceable, lavvabidiiifc', Industrious class of nieji, iind they bftve further proved i.ixjm.  .selves to be KticJi'on this occasion.  AVhite sinwrely i-egi-ettiiiK the present ..omlitioil qf af-  fdil-i., we trust that wisdom will pi-evai] on both sides,  add that it will be but it short, time till cordial rclalfoim  are iigain restored.   {Signed).  i-i-i-H;' \v. hkow'n  FRANK JI. -WAnl.KV  T. if. ATKINSON  It. W�� HACOM  J. MclJCOI)  J. A. PAUL  O. B. MA.TTHKW  .IAMKS UK A UN  I). CAJUPBKLL,  ��I 'ION C!_ It SAND '^ {S(->^  T. AI KM AN  HO'I'IMCI.IIAM   &   I.I.HKl'A'miCK  JIKNTKY I-Yl..-_.1_  N. li   KNfcKliANll  JI ATI! K11S & K'BUiV  1.-KUCY .1. OI-KA/.KR  A. li. KNOX  |I1 cpti-ic^lij-l'ir i ntiC'j l.i't.feiiii-jfte D%lS'' *r"Q'Jl:&.^  _rj%H^*i_w^v.^"....-^r^j^*IJ  ���   . .a* 00'  ^ftl-lf^-8,  '" -JS.'  Metal Markets.  IVl-_\v V/ORK, Jtine  5.��� Bar silver  OOjc,  Mexican dollars   -,IS.|e,  silver  certificates  00.1c to Ol'c.    Lead   dull.    Brokers $_.2*>.  Exchange $4.4-. to $4._  $2..  (lull  0. Tin dull.  Straits  >:.   to  $25.(55.     fhttes   linn.    L'bppt.i-  brokers $ 1 S.50; exchnnge $ I S.50.  Calling for Tenders.   ,  A. K. Hodgins is'-calling for tenders for  the. -Avork  ...of   excavation   in 'connection  with-tlie building which   P. Burns   & Co.  will erect on Baker street.  ���      ���''J-*'' ���"��������'"'"'" - ���"���** ��� ��� 1;' ;Y;siff���c.w..T��vi*��s^.fHiP^i-VTiL'f;.":  'i^ldl, fj;ietc.hel-f-n-fi-ai^e^  fSiUhtrieg '\va,_ -sft-1^--g-s-,���-igijy^^vs''n^^git|^i._^_t^^  --fiai. the r_fei ,*i.*a|_ ='811^  ,j5aid ,(.px to :--h:e".eiid'r'o��;'t.h.e*sn^       ���2oi0y?-p(j(^f  n'lOtltfis'' sitfary at.on"do(y"*"'"'" x.���*" .^y^ttl'ly  The. .board. o��^p^"x^f^ii^i&^��^Bi^yi  A -0-feot feidfi_yal|-' b^^^-ixl^^rib^he��n:o^%'>,;  side of (. arbonate s-^LTeeVo)).p,bsf to- f:otsVi|j.:. y  to 24^ block 20,  and  aj.cl'bssijig: o|i the   :  south   side   of ,Cai;boi,\'ijte,, .aerogs.. <Hall;  street;' t'hafc  in   \dcjftv r|f tlie.i-nercflt.ii_i'tig;    ���:'  j:Ii_lle^aLtfi.(;L_ci|[i____T^  engineer, should1 be appointed Ms assist-'  ant, sit a salary  of $t0O  a Mol-th; tfiai-  Heml'ry-x  street be cut out betAveen, Ver-  tion and Front streets   to snake   ft pasg-  tible for teams; and tl .at a catch "bitsi.11 be  cCmsti'uctcil   iit  the Corner Of Ulrboiiate  and  Ward streets,   and  nnotliar .at the  coi'nei' of flendj'j.x and Baker streets.  'The city clerk _Orniafly rcpoi-ted the  passing of five of tlie. bylaws fecentty  vo(,Hrl on. and. the rejection of the public  buildings r.J'favV.  .AiKilhuj" latter fj.!0m il.-D. Beck, the  ecincfct'y cai,'6ttijker, Wtm read asking for  tucrt.tisi-cf reinuneriifcipn. Me f.f,iid' "Cjlel'e  have been no iilterineiits foi- the last  throe weeks", so you Avill 1'i-fidily see what  ���a position f am in.'" After mttcfi. .discussion it avjis decided to give him a month's  trial engagement at $25 a montli, and  nl'k��A\* fiim to keep all burial fees. When  not digging graves his tjniu will beat the  disposal of tlie city engineer.  A fetter from the Hon F. G. Cartei.-  Cotton was read, which stated that he  had again written the G. P. R. urging  them to make a speedy settlement of <tl e  recreation ground difficulty, so that a  crown grant might be issued to the city.  ,1). 11. Young Avrote asking the city  council to endorse liis special number of  the Kootenay Mining Standard. The  council declined to endorse a publication  the contents of which tliey wore ignorant.  A letter from premier Soinlin was read  stilting tliat he had referred the council's  .ouiiuunU-atiou re. the powder magazine  to'the attorney-general.  Alderman Beer introduced a motion  authorizing tlie laying of a seAver up tbe  lane behind tlie Methodist parsonage.  Alderman Fletcher strongly opposed  this. He did not see Avhy anyone should  receiA-e special favors. He had had to  lay 300 feet of seAver at his oavu  expense THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C.,  TESUDAY   JUNE (5,  1899.  are showing a.  We  from   50   cents  to  and   Linen   Suits  Just the thing* for hot weather.  very  larjTe  assortment  of  paras  $7-  50  Ca  1   iu  nnd  see  them.  are  O  oi no-  fast.  A  full  1  ine of  ns ranging in  price  Our   White   Duck  Men's Linen Hats.  A. FBRLAND & CO.  Kliol  11 look, linker SI root, Nelson  Tools  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Neison Hardware  Baker Street, Nelson.  Co.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS���Nrl-on    l.ndgc.   No.   2.".  KnighK of Pythi.-iw. meet. in I. (). O. F. ll.ill.i-onicr  Bakor and Kootenay .tieots, ovciy Tuc.-day i-vt-niiig nt  8 o'clock.   V"-iting KinghLi cordially invited tout lend.  C. J'-llKXCH. C. C. (1. ItOSS. K. of It. y S.  NKLPON ]_OlJGK, NO. 'A A. F. si A. M.   Meets  *�� -pennrf  AVeilne-ilaj   in  each  moiit.li.   Sojoiirniiif.  ry^   hrethren invited.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  H.   HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and A���tycr.  A  Victoria street. Nelson.  EW.AltT & CAI1KIK���Arehiteol-.   Rooms 7 and S Ab-  cidceii liloek. linker street, Ncl-on. ^^^  HCANK���Arcliitect end  ui-ti-l.  ���    next door to NclbOi) library.  Urokciihill   liloek.  FOR   SALE.  S'~ AVENGER outfit and business for sale.   The business anionnts to between __-0 to SHOO a month,   l-'or  further paiticulars apply lo John Cioft, or to The Tri  bune ollice.  FOlt SAI.K���A magnifieerit. Impi liule edition de Luxe  Kidpath's Tlintoiy of  Univer.-al Lit  nines, morocco.   Cash  or  Installments,  room 8, Tiirner-Uoeekh Block.  crature, 2- vol-  F.  W.  Pettit,  FOR   RENT.  TWO six-room cottnges on I.atiiuci- .street, half block  west of Stanley street.   $20 a monlli each.   Po-^ess-  ion June 1st.   Apply to Alfred Hunker, or Tribune olllce.  Kite GivibixxiB.  Daily Edition   Wekklv Edition.  ,..  IOrst Ykak,-No  1H0  . Skykktii Yeah, No. 28  Had the government placed the mimes of the electors  ina hat intil extracted therefrom .the number nocebsary  .   to make up the li.-t of newly elected jiisirrp- of the peace  .the appointments- would'have given greater satisfaction,  A more unsiiiuiblejob lot of appointments lould not be  imagined.   Under, the* new Qi'tler  ofYliings   I-rinculon  coutititiiny two or, three hous-es .and about double that  number Of residents has .six justices of the.peace, while  Greenwood has none, and- Midway- none.   The nearest  justice of the pence to the city is Charles Hay of Columbia.   .James Kerr, than whom there\was li-.t a more conscientious nor more intelligent ju-lieo in the country, is  not included in the re-appointmeiils.   The onij- possible  reason for this is that _Ir. Kerr did ycuinn.ii service in  securing tho election of a supporter of the present government.-. The triuh is (hat Ihe present government is  composed of about as poor a lot of politicians as can be  found anywhere.   All the detail, that go to keep u parly  Strong aro neglected and everything U centralized in the  Hon. Joseph Martin.   Members Mho krow ihe want., and  requirement- of their respuetiveoi--triots are not consull-  . ed and every act of the government  creates dissati.fac.  tion.   The duties of Ihe members are limited to acting as  voting liiaehines in the house and apologisl.s for political  blunders in their constituencies.   If the government is  .to escape disaster it must be disciplined by itssupporters.  Its members must be taught Io recognize that they are  ������ the. leader., of a party only when they carry out the  wishes of the parly.   Under present conditions the rank  and file have nothing to do . uiitf tempt to justify actions  that. I hey know fire politically jTuoli-,h and ill-timed.  The' above is from tho Greenwood  Times, and the criticism is just. In tlie  Nelson riding, men have been appointed  to office, not for tlieir fitness os-for party  the force.    The committee, consists of -alderman -Beer, Kirkpatrick and  Thomson.  The .five bylaw's recently passed at the  polls were formerly reconsidered and  adopted, and the bylaw authorizing the  consolidation of the ��� "bylaws received its  second reading.  The city engineer recommended the  purchase of the necessary sewer .and  water pipes for the proposed extension of  the systems, and tenders therefor will be  called at once.  Alderman Beer was much exercised  over the saloons being open all night.  This, he said, was not the case in any respectable city.       .  Alderman Fletcher wanted to know if  the saloons really were open all niglit,  and alderman Thomson replied that he  did not think they Avere.  Alderman Beer, however, had found  such to be the case, and thought the  attention of the license commissioners  should be drawn to it.  Ir was suggested by aldermen Thomson and Fletcher that alderman McKillop  should be appointed a committee of one  to;investigate, but the alderman did not  respond and the matter dropped,  ������������^ljdeyp?^  Tto\|__tegul^  ,-.v'^ -...S i*��������'i.��f:.-0-��_*��_j.��3-. ���>v,.��?i;._ flly. �� ���_..'.:.�����;���  'Wjj;^Kifr_^:Q'r*^pvEi^isi|!f&-j-D  This reason", ajj"is. nojYnje-.ssaif--, oy.e^yljbdy.  �� ' Y"���i_   .     '"._ knows _that5<_tii_ _- .   ,  ���      D n   _____ .g*l All?. ��     "_"��  n _4_in*   n.-W^D ��_      n  ���$���  up   ���� " . d        i  n ran"    -odd      d      L,b_n��na��-0ni.   ^-nu;    _"   ��� n "   ��__f-�� - n  _J9_ari O.ther-Dealers.  Service, but because they were personal  friends of.a man who lias arrogated to  liiinself privileges that are usually ttC-  qord-Ql to a whole party. Tlie gove.ti-  ineiife isnot its strong in Ivoofconay its it  *\yas, Hot-because of Unwise legisltvtion,  but becattse some of its members are  Jtickiilg'in horse sense,  BEER'S NEW SALOON PROGRAM.  to: nuvke cohuectluns. The sewerage _.--  tdil.-ioii scheme jiiclttded a pipe tip the  lane ij;i.(]itestjbn, and it would cause -ul-  ditiqnitj expense to have the work done  separately now. Tho motion was eventually withdrawn.  A letter was read from W. C. ftJoL.au  offering five scrapers to the city for $100.  The matter was referred to the mayor  and alderman Fletcher to investigate,  "with, power to act.  Tlie mayor and city clerk were authorized to make a note for $20,000, to cover  the overdraft of the city's account at the  Bank of .Montreal.  The .question of the shortage in, ex-city  clerk Seeley's accounts came up, and also  the question of reimbursing the former  mayor for the amount he had advanced  to cover that shortage. Action was deferred until the exact amount due had  been ascertained.  Alderman Beer wished to reduce the  lire brigade to fourteen members, and to  appoint a man tit a salary of $000 a year  who would be permanently' stationed, at  the fire hall.- He thought this -would increase the ct'licietu-y of tlie department  which was, in liis opinion, unnecessarily  numerous. After a "discussion this motion was withdrawn and a .otmniUee  was appointed, to .'confer with the fire  chief as to tlie advisability  of reducing  Spo-ts*jri_n  want the_Vbes*\ &��_   can  Hlways  "���'������"."'     ' "'?���_?_�����-.���_.tVat 7 ��� " ���-"  3^iEI_SC_)t_-T_  33, O.  0cj��i_it  _Qti_iue.nOed'  liy priro alone in your <lrng buying. Looking  Well to (jualily n. oatissatisfactory reslilts���nteans  sti"-U.rin��,tho remedy that best .fulfills the purpose  for which you nit ended it. Purity, q uality, .satisfaction', are .(halt Considered here, but always a  price tliat make., the purchase an economical oiie.  A pritfe that meftiis somen, hit? to yen., Que paek-  uge of o tii-  ies overhanging the streets was observed,  and he and one or two others talked  vigorously about this and the best way  to force people to make sewer connections for three-quarters of tin hour, but  nothing was done.  The council eventually adjourned at  J0.80 p.m., to meet again tomorrow evening at 7.-'*>0.  soirs BAY  COMPANY.  w  ffl  ffl  ��_.  ffl  W  U -__���*=?SS"  ���<s_  ^.^m^^^^^mw^m^mm^m&f^mmm^mm^mm^.^^mm^m^^^^^^.  B  B  B  Men's Alpaca  Men's Straw  Men's Canvas  Men's Linen  $21j___s;  INCORPORATED 1670.  1670 1837 1899  THREE IMPOftTA^T DATES  1670 Hudson's Bay Company incorporated.  1S37 Our Gracious Queen, Victoria,  ascended the throne.  1899 May 24th, we all, prosperous,  happy and contented, unite in  celebrating her 80th  birthday.  May you enjoy your holiday, your  picnic sandwiches; salads, * pate de  foie gras, etc., and return on May  25th, better satisfied than ever to  homemade bread.  ffl  ^ _ : . .  ^  |>) Tf|ese goods are ihe proper thing for summer, nice and cool, all sizes and shapes $  ffl  __   -  __        ___________       B  : b  ���   B  In Fedoras and Derby shapes, Fawn, Grey, Black and Brown, the newest  shapes and coloring's are now open for inspection.  ouse  B'  B  B  B  B  B  M  CRASH LINEN SKIRTS  WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS from $1.50 up.  DUCK SKIRTS  DENIM SKIRTS in blue and green  Memo:     You  "Hudson's   Bay  will    if   you   use  Patent, Flour"  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker SLreot.      Telephone 13.  ffl  ffl  DUCK AND  DENIM  SUITS  in white,  fawn, green, and blue  The above are the goods you need now.   Come and see them, buy  them and enjoy comfort during the warm weather  B  B,  B  To, come in  pdrye0klil t0iymn%:  add  _* ���� .  6pR" '%fr$h.i}ji  iV   ��\ & p   fPn _n'^._.n _._  V. eYa I w ay s/h a*-!  fl��S:   p^ ftnu^o  .^DS.^ . Do D"   ^.,  pt'  'thp/ldi'dsty ' .":  ._!)._��$ Jn,. fs��o|wear  t6Ysno"W,7^6u . ���������  '"W''(^"-��       ."  : ���,*��4poyrh��a\i)S\ ���  "������������  ydun acquaintance;;  and" introduce'  yQuvf-s o"0r  $0O ES  ?mjlie-*p^ ya$ \$��"el}( "hekf^p",  "uiinm tlii-t "Avltiv't" pai^ife.iYl.o^ijiii-^y']-",  0 ^nn��-n V _F       .    &$"       naafn!'n,%' c"^ n      J_'O Ti. ri" n      /S"��     ��n ���     ���l   .   jS E|,  J_Ii-."_^m.tij3^ i��Y i$��i>' fivtti' sp'ely-jcpjCtUen.'  .bekpTxt'y"'���".^���"������������'^ "-"<��� "'p:fe?%\k��ii$M4*m��i  ���" ���' Jfew-toefuweft ��3uue ��xi% M)fr ..'   *       ���   :  7^    "     "^       ^~  ABEftfolOlSN mock.  -   \* Y ��-SP'��   -" "   '  "Ipuli-iu^g- .Uf.c,if.ilsoirAvc-"tv']jnl ���dq-  lU-^r^iee .A jiriviSlt? i'fi,_i5i;enii"c_J-  ' .���t��n"d��biipi)i.s>.*'lro)iKO^ daily jit iviiJ'  tipsii;<_.' j��<jiiJiiit;[-iTy�� ai; ?(jasoaivjl.i-  lij'ice&I " "   ! �� �� "    7 "    .   -''  ' ���"  V        " Baker Street, Nelson  ,Flits:i* DO0B, West \u$& H^C liplLip^O  'Our first tiln of 'brick, will be rolidyfor clellvoVy a. o\it  the l_!t_'0'f .June.   Gall ab .ur ollice for pri-es.  I5-rin__ Ihe monOi of June we will <leli\-i' lini- in  OUilnU. ies of Iwenlj* ft.'rc_s and over at  will K.mke. olio miai. of |,he hest, sprintr tonioOn  the miii'keU flu. isTiiie(|iiallc<l forail b(ood���li\or,  ��l,(iiii:.ic1,i and kidney IroiibleH. and the i>i'i<io is  25 GENTS  The West f^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Lt  _ lakqi' Slrdct.       T, G. PRO0TOR, J^ftMaff-r  Subscribe for shares in Pleasant-  ley Mines, Liniitedj Cariboo;  Mow is your chance, as Only a  limited number will be placed on  sale here, and will soon be sold.  Apply to  .��RAffNG an#  IXPRESS  _\f-rd_aiuTi.se hnule. to, add (xo'tn. dorlotS; JJtip.  |neel>* till .train,, and btjilfe. Sl.a.iiVtattuntroii  ���.iyon I.-���*'(!!.- Uiinsf-i'. of bfiSkafee. -Offlce and  Stables "on, Vonjon si,root. opposite TISc-TribnuC.  2:\y^"yjtmi  mmmM  1 '"-0 B:M^^0^  Wat'On. rej)fiir.ing;sproihpli]}-_alten-d(.a toby'a^fiiSt-clri. s  .wJ��pol*_Yj!ijhlj..    ��� -" ...     yy  ..���." ������.. yy ���'.-; /.. "��".  .. SpeeiatSKitentidn given .l&tiU ;kin"dsfof ropai-ihlr inffl  -ugtom work from outside pdintsj " ���       ���"  '������'  SJiop:   Ha��" ;Str,et, ;betweeji; Baker^ "aB-VVernon^He'spi  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  :__i_v___: ___e_:d  Corner of Baker and Stanley Streets, NeLsdn  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MttALS AT ALT, HOURS, DAY Oil NIGHT  UAKKRY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  IE-.     HTTEHT,      -PBOPEIETOK  Why bay (jlothcs froin an inferior tailor, When  the .siuii- amojint of nianoy ��'ill buy a tjtylinh.  cut, well trimmed and neatly mude suit at  SUITS $25  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson,   ffor further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson,   B.   C.  BOATS! BOATS! BOAT'S!  FOR SAL*'' OR HIT.].  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor.  Satisfaction guaranteed  C. D. J. CHRISTIE  GENERAL  BROKER.  Turner & Bofcekh, block,, NcSlsbu, B. C.  s  wo bit!  uii<l'..K  Money to Loan  Wit havui two bif? .snaps in real feS-Ole  Call and.^ot particulai't!,  ..:  Adonis for Mellor's Plate Glass and  JJoyd- Plal,e Glass Insurance.  J. L. VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  Mines and Mining; Stocks Customs Broker  REAL ESTATE ANP OEN'ERAL AGENTS  T'nrsuMivtlo a judgi-Cnf, of the County Court _'f K00U  enn.y, lujldJ.'.u at'Nuison, eUt(. red 011 the -7th day Of .luiftt-  ary, A. I). ISlMl.in the consolidated action Of .I.K.TIoldcn.  *\\ri.li.-un R iliiilswj, Chrisfian Ulbeii, WilliamII. W.tgM,,  and, Willis. 111 TI. Warren, plniiitill's. against the. Bright  Prospects Gold Mibii.l' iind DevelopniOnlj Compaliy, Liiw-  'it^fd tiabilif j _ duf-udailts. being plaints,Nos. ���!_.._���,.Ki./yS,  _lli��/l)��, Hl7/!i8���and '_-/!��_ tlie.ro'will be oiroixd for sale by  puiilic au-tio'li by S. P. Tuck, Shi..rj[l'. at, tlie courfc llousy,  jn the .(!i(,yof Nelson, at 1) "o'clock in the forenoon, on  Tl.iui>-t)a.v. theSlh day of Juno; ,lS!l!l. all,and .singular t.htf  iinncifircjaim "The Northern Ligbf,"situateon.thcsoul li.  slope of the Center Foi'kof (j'orty-nine UrCck, arid adjqiw  iiUjthe ITibbings,mineral claim on thesoittliwesCqcrnei:',  bong in tlio Nelsoii Mining I-li vision of 'British Obhjmbia.  located till. _5t.li day Of Mtty. 1S.')7, and i'c<. 6n[ed the (il h  day of May, 1S'.)7.  Tlio pili'cliasjjr slnillpay the, purchase! money into Conj't  to the credit; of the said consolidated action on the diiy of*  mle.  1 lilted at Xulson, Ii. C, this Knd day.of May, IS!)!).  IS.. V.���B. SiMI'lONS,  Registrar of the C01 niy Court of Ivootehay, holden at  ���  Nelson. ....  Hose, nozzles, hose"toipods; lawn" mowers; ���  Garden sprayss and water pipe fittings  of all kil_a_. "  Let us Put Tour Lawn Service  ers  Opera: liouse Block, Nelson.  Nelson Iron Welles  MASO.ffA.-U'Uftl.ftS1 61?  ENGINES, _30ILEiRS. J3HAFTIN&, IROi* ANVf'  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESORIPTION  .Kqpuirrf proniptly a.rrcnrted to.       P. O. no>s m:  GENERAL TEAMSTEF.��  A 7-room house ...  A 5-rooui house ...  ...30  ...   20  W. J. ASTLEy & CO.     ;  'Bonis built to order. Repairing and filling a specially. Sails made and rigged. Fishing rods and tackle  mended.   At Ciovernment wharf, Nelson. *    .  FOR RENT I  T7AP   C A T T?  I   A large boarding-house doing good  Jf KJli   OAJ_J_   I        business, centrally loaded.  Ileal estate in all parts of tho city.  LOANS INSURANCE  ~wantedT  Twenty good stonemasons, at  once. . Wages Five Dollars per  day of nine hours, to'first-class men.  Apply Nelson Saw and Planing*  Mills, Limited, Nelson, 13. C.     ,   .  : Although tlie Innes & H.-imber syndicate  lots in Addition "A" are withdrawn from  sale, we still have a large list of residential  lots on our   list.    Lots   in   Hume Addition.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.  7.-       ;:"     :      NOTICE.       " ~^  All p.'ii'lius having accounls against. Ihe late Walter P.  Asbpitel are mpiesled to send the sam-i to the undersigned, at once * -OIIN.Jt. ROWL1CY.  Nelson. B. C. May aitli, 1S!K).        ...  City Scaveng-er and  Chimney Sweep  Prompt attention given to all orders left at 51. DesBrisay S: Co's, Baker street,, Nelson,  Bl  TON BESTAUSAIT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  AGENTS fOR  The Imperial Oil Co.    Standard-Oil Co.  Washington Brick arjd Lin*]�� Co.  The H, W. iVJcNiell Co., Ltd-, Canadian Anthracite Coal (Hard)  Dealers i'l  The only restaurant in. the city  employing only white cooks.  Merchants' lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to S.    Short orders   at   all   hours.  BOARD AND ROOM  -'irst-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of Knglish church.  ITeated by steam. Table board ?1, room and board $,.  ind S5.-II.  A collection of fine Belgium Canaries for sale.  JVV. O'LAUGHLIN.  STOVE WOOD  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co;  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  "BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  I'rompt and regular  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson. THE* TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1899.  ANK OF  Capital  Rest,  all paid  ��      up,     -  $12,000<000  6,000,000  I .ORI i STRATHCONA AND  MT. ROYAL. President  'Ion. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  (_   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  N  TSTELSO"N*   BEAISTOH  W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  NELSON  LONDON  Mllll    i|  HRANCHKS  IN     ������  (BiiKianrl).    MEW   YORK.  rim pi'ini'.ipal  CHICAGO  -Lies iu Canaila.  liny and sell .''t.^rliiig  Kxchan(?e and Cable Transfers  UKANT COM.MKKCIAI. AND TK.\ VKLI.HHS' lll.KtIITS.  available in any part- of the world.  DRAFTS ISKUKD    COLLECTION-  MA-K.   H.TC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANOH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  NAVAL   HEROES.  Salt Lake Tribune.  A correspondent asks from Avliat na-  tioimlity admiral Schley descended. We  tlo not know, but think tlie name was  originally German. He also asks'which  ranks highest as a naval commander,  Dewey; Farragut, Paul .Tones or lord  Nelson.  Paul Jones was simply a lighter; as to  the relative merits of the others as great  commanders, who but a thoroughly educated sailor can answer: As we estimate  them, lord Nolson and FaiT-igiifc were  Napoleons of the sea. Both.had a belief  that the best sailors and best fighters  would win, and their idea was to outsail  aud outfight any enemy that appeared;*  But tlieir-opportunities'were very different. Nelson had to depend entirely tipon  the winds for a motive power, and the  most effective gun of his day was a  trifling thing compared with modern  ordnance. Farragut made his fame iu a  steainer aud with unproved, guns. Of  both it may be said that they, dared  everything and feared nothing. Nelson,  in liis great fight at Aboukir bay, won  lirst by driving a part of his squadron  over shoals that the French did not believe any commander avou Id attempt; and  then, by superhuman fighting, Avhicli  lasted from sunset to dawn. The crucial  test of Farragut Avas iu entering Mobile  * bay. Tliere were torpedoes in the channel, batteries onshore and lire rafts in  his path. The order, of,attack was for  the ironclads' to advance firstV'to be foi-'  lowed  by  the~ wooden* ships.-   Farragut  -himself  was lashed -in the  crosstroos,ofthe Avoodeji  "Hartford,"  to Avhicli place  1 ho, had ascended that he might Avatch  the'-progress of the battle from above the  dense canopy of smoke.    Suddenly, the  * foremost ironclad, the "Tecumseh," was  blown up by a torpedo, and sunk in three  "minutes; Avhereupon the commander of  the second ship in the line halted and  commenced  backing,- at  the  same  time  -signaling: "AVe have lost our best ironclad. What shall I do?" At the time the  fleet was directly opposite Fort Morgan,  which avus working all its batteries upon  the ships. Farragut did not-hesitate an  instant, but ordering the signal "go  ahead," he pulled his own ship out of the  line, and crowding her forward, took his  place at tho head ofthe column, and thus  led the squadron into the bay. Nelson  never did anything finer, nothing liner  was ever done.  As" to Dewey, what liis rightful place is  jcanuot quite be estimated" :ygt. lit. his  jXvayji e.___.se_^  The modern Ayargliip is a jbimdle. Of lila-  chines aild* explosives1, and fihe modern  t'linnoii is something so terrible that it  would be possible for a single shot to  sink an ironclad. The problem is vastly  more complex in many Ways than those  that Nelson had to solViB' But the man  shines out just the same. The theory  wliich Dewey acted upon, and which was  acted upon tit Santiago, seemed to be to  so. overwhelm, the enemy with a rain of  death as to prevent his doing elfectit'e  Av'oi'k in retui'ii. In both battles thb lire  Of tho American ships wftS so terrible  that from the first the enemy fired wild  knd in a few minutes; the officers could  no .'longer hold tlieir men up to their guns,  while' on the American ships the excitement and the danger only seemed to  bring out in absolute perfection the qualities of the officers and men. Over all at  Manila the commander watched and, it is  said, gave no orders save once AA'hen one  of tlie ships seemed falling out of line, he  signalled for it to close in. His fight Avas,  as it were, merely a demonstration on  the blackboard of a problem that he had  worked out before he retired the night  before. Surely neither Farragut nor Nelson ever did anything grander.. It may  be said that Dewey but imitated Farragut. Well, it may be also said that  Farfagut imitated Nelson, but Avhen it  comes to that, Nelson imitated Drake,  and Drake imitated the great fighters  like Doria and Agrippa, before him. It  ���uly means that each one i'had the nerve  md genius iu tlie face of death to do the  very best thing, and ordinary men cannot estimate the meed of glory due to  2ach.  Is r|ow prepared -to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Slcaguay, U. S., Atlin., B. C, ar.d  Dawson City, Yu^or* District.  The following is the conclusion of a  lengthy article in the London "Morning":  "Tliere is one mischief the Sunday journal will help to mend. It Avill help to  kill that hide-bound giant of Sabbatarianism which has always been the worst  foe of its own best hopes. The Sunday  is the one time in all the Aveek during  which thousands upon thousands can find  time free for thinking, for reading,-"for  breathing fresh air, for looking at the  masterpieces of great artists, for hearing'  beautiful music. Give us freedom, gentlemen of the pulpit. AVe shall conie to  hear you none the more readily Avhilst  you strive to keep us deaf to the vast  and changeful interests of life, and blind  to its beauties. And in the meantime  banish your obreakfast roll and morning  paper from Monday's, table, for they are  each purveyed by a Sabbath-breaking  crowd."  Martin's Public Spirit.  Toronto News.  The career of Hon. Joseph Martin affords a striking illustration of the value  that is set upon public spirit by the people generally. That is all-the Hon. Mr.  Martin has to commend him to the fa/vor-  able consideration of the electorate. He  does not possess in an eminent degree the  social qualities that.endear' men to the  people, nor does lie ahvays display good  judgment in his political actions. It is  probably the case- that Mr. Martin has  antagonized unnecessarily more "men  than any other politician in Canada. He  does not appear to be able to discriminate  parso^ Produce Qo.  ISBUSOIN, E-. C  betAveen matters of importance and  trivial 'concerns, and thus brings himself  into collision Avith his colleagues Avhere  there is no question of principle involved;  and when the gratification of his own  wishes do 'not advance his oavu or his  party's interests. He is of a domineering  disposition, not the type of man to attract people by personal beauty of character, and yet, handicapped in this Avay,  he is probably as popular a man with the  electorate of the Dominion as tliere i.s in  politics today. It is doubtful if even sir  Wilfrid Laurier Avould get more A*otes  than Joseph Martin, if the Dominion (ex-  clusive of Quebec), could be {soiled on the  question of tlieir respective merits. This  is due entirely to the fact that during all  Mr. Martin's political career he has shown  himself ready to fight for the people's interest, regardless ofthe influence of corporations or personal advantage.  His example should have the effect of  impressing upon the public men of Canada the wisdom of standing for the public  interest on every occasion, and of resisting by every means in their power the  efforts of .corporation in schemes that are  inimical to the-public welfare. r  Hon. Joseph Martin stands today as a  champion of the people���one whom all  classes believe to be superior to any temptation Avith .which'he can be confronted  to sacrifice them for a consideration. If  added to his public spirit he had political  sagacity and a genial disposition, he  Avould be the most poAverful and successful politician in Canada.  FULL LINE OF  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  .1. T). Hrnck, TuiMiito  A. H. Wall_riJ_..  Vjikiou-  ver  Mk 10. J. Kelt, Sloe in City  W. il D.ivy, Grand Kork.s  I!. S. ('aylo.v. Grand  h'oaks  C. P Hill, Port Hill, Idabo  10, V. Bodwell, Victoria  A. Whciillcr, Kaslo  Mrs. Mui'iiby, Sandon  J. A. McDonnell, ICaslo  T. Se'llwin, Trail  Airs.   Thoni'is   Harris and  dauirlit r, Kaslo  A. G. Tliyiino, Vancouver  A. H. Gracey, Oro  P. F. Codcnratli. Spokane  F. It. Hecr, Robson  F. A. Heap, Ainswortb  James I.ee, Grand Forks  wife.  .1. Martin," Bossburg  I). S'onn, Slocan City  Con . Murphy, Slocan City  T. O'liniighlin. Spokane  Tim O'Hricn, Seattle  SlLVIOR.KhVG.  HUMK.  10. 10. McLeod. Robson  10. P. Davis, Vano.niver  James Dawson. Trail  I). W. Moore. Trail  J. Phinney. Walla Walla  W. S. Officer, Walla Walla  11. 1j. Turner. Rossland  PHAIR.  L. Shaw. Ainswortb  T. 11. Johnston and  Walkerlon, Ont  R. Hamilton, Araneouver  T. T. Snyder, Pctcrborout'li  F. P. Gutelius, Trail  .1. A. Macdonald. Rossland  R. Stewart. Vancouver  H. Myers, Torouto  QU10 ION'S.  John Milne, Grand Fo-k .  K. 10. Meli.od, Ain-iworth  1. N. Hlack. Cascade  S. I). Weaver. Tr iii  MADDEN.  M. Tail, Seattle  J. Tarry. Riversview  J. H. Bailey, Greenwood  F. Reid, Greenwood  0  w  '��(Z3��� (_?��� f^3'!^3-c3-cz)���<___?��� ��=?��� e3 ��� <___?��� ,-9��� <_=>  j�� ^Hi^i^HiJ^**^^^^^5*-^1  -t=3 ���ff?,i��3-��3-e>%C3-e3-G3'c3'��3-i=3'S^S'  YOU  IV|AY WONDER HOW WE DO IT  BUT WE DO  _  ffl  ffl  ffl  B  G. S. Maras��U. Sandon  VV. Mitchell, Vtnir  F. 10. Avers, Chicago, til  0 GRAND CKNTRAL.  II. l!o*einan. New Jersoy  X. Dull'iier, Ro._..land  F. Uecbin, Kaslo  VV. H. Conloy, Ymir  VV. F. Mcliclhih, Ymir  ���It. Cooper, Slocan City  M. C. McLeod, Mexico  W. D. Costorey, Rossland  II. McMillan, Kossland    <  M. Shannon, Rossland  T. I'hysich. Vancouver  We  quality  quoting*  sell  is   just  yOll  goods  as  smal  just   as   cheap   as   the   cheapest,  and   the  fine   as   the   finest.    We   take   pleasure  in  list of our specialties:  White Pique from 15c to 40c  Blue an.d Brown Duck from 18c  Ladies' Vests from 10c to $2  Farasols from 75c to $5  up  Organdie Musliqs from 12 l-2c to 35c  Ladies' Wrappers from 1,25 to 3.50  Ladies' Underskirts from, 1.25 to 3.50  Blouses from, 50c to $6  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  A. McGregor, Sirdar  I. Wall, Sirdar  A. Olson, Comstock  TRKMONT.  F. Ferland, Silverton  H. Williams-', Argenta  The Tremont Hotel  I1MMN O'REILLY & CO.  1%.  BANK  OF  B. C.'BUILDING.  NELSON.  TEBMS   CASH  s-ig.-^^^^��^-SrS-^;��^_: _:^.���& _:^: _:����_:_:��:%  mi  .ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  M  We are receiving daily direct from  the groAvers consignments of Strawberries, Cherries, J3an_m.is, Oranges,  Lemons, etc. Send us your  standing orders.  "The Trade Only. Supplied *  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Parsons Produce Co.  Nelson, U. C.  Fine OrdeFed Clothing  We have a flne assortment of woolens always  on hand. Goods made tip at the shortest, possible notico. As everything is kept and made  on the promises, satisfaccion is assured.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  y ' Rough and  Dressed Lumber^  of all kinds.  If what you want is not in stock we will make it foi; you  CALL ANP GFiV PRICES.* "   '"  MALONE & TRECILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  P. Burns & Co.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Meat Mepehants  THE BEST BRANDS OF  uors  and  ALWAYS ON HAND  Wholesale Markets at jlelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood;  RETAIL  STORES AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton,  Cascade  0    City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  m  One of the best and most pop_-  ular hotels in Nelson.  '8 HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STIUCETS. NELSON  "Heated with Hot Air and.  Lighted, by Electricity    Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS i  -   . . W101i��I__��^  vfSlS1  T&IM..Y  H. M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  CHARLES HILLYER,  l'KKSIDKN'".'  HARRY HOUSTON,  HKCBKTAHV  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  LIMITED.  JIAI*U!''-iCTUUKI.S OF AND  DI_._KS IN  Gentlemen  If you want a natty, st ylish suit of olotlies for  spring alia Sumnri'r, I have over 300 <-ii___-  ont patterns of Scotolt ancl Knglish twecfls,  =i__h__l_ I-WiU_iii'ako_t6_^.our_oi'__r:���t__li-Jo.w________=_z  price of . s ..........  ...............$%y  BTaok yenetians mako? a nico suit for sum-  iiior \<*ear at  .....................S..S24  Black serge suits in sack or morning cOivt. .$_)  A Heavy Seotcih  tweed," nice -patte_hs for  busincs- Suit .* ,. -5J8  Trousei's at equftlly low.prices.- Fit and finish  no better in Canada. Ladies'fitje tailoring a  specialty.  Cl-riicnt block, Bake!' street.  Sunday Papers in England.  This is "David Christie Murray talking.  _io is well-known to many British Opluni-  jians as an interesting and eccentric iiiaii.  SALE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE.  Ijndol' and by virtuiJ of fhp' powers contained in a certain elialtet mortgage, bciii'ing date the2-th of PebJ'uary,  ISIill. and d��ly registered in tlio registry ofHce at the City  of Nelson. J*. C, made by Conrad Zimmerman, of the district of".{��__tteiiay, ii) the proyiiiceof li.,0��� milkman, iii'  favor bf Hamilton GoorjfC Ncehiiids, in the said district  of Kootenay, gentleman. To ...cure tho payrhent of four  h_Md.C---.luv., (?400) be.ides interest, and all costs rtiid  expenses, and to me rtitected, I have sei-fid and takcii  the goodsand chattels as specified in said Chattel mortgage (excepting ono cow,) vis.:  Fifteen cows (15).  " 70no" buH(l). -  Ojio lumber Shanty about 10 by 14. feet;  Oiie lumber stable about 21 by 32 feet.  One milk wagon.  All of which I shall expose for sale (orsufllcient thereof  to cover above amount) by public auction, if not previously sold by priaatc sale, on Wednesday, the 7 th day  of June. A. _>. IS!)!', at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the  city pound, situate In the City of Nelson, B. C.  Terms cash. W. P. ROBINSON, Bailiil*  Datod this 30th day of May, 1899.  Removal Notice.  Jolm Choiditch & Company beg to announce to the  trade that they have removed their headquarters from  Nakusp to Nelson, where they will for tho future be established. Pending the erection of suitable warehouses  they have secured temporary quarters in tlio "warehouse"  of Turner, Beeton & Company on Water street, where  they will be pleased to receive tlieir patrons.  Nelson, B. C._ May 17th, 1899. ?  JOHN CHOLDITCrl & CO.  GOAT RIVER  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  KAC-OHY WORK DON!', TO: ORD__l_,|   : Br.r.1- -Ai.    Large  comfortable bedrooms and   first-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  _-_______:_-S  SB2 ._?____=-   a3____r  Mrs.  E. 0.   CLARKE,  Prop.  Late of the Koyal Hotel, Calgary,  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  BaKer Street,. J*fl^.^���w.fe,1KB?IW_r��._��  ORDERS B*_^AifcR.%^^  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  te*^s?_l|  All communicafions relatirtgftQYB^itjsHi^bluni  5(35(;S'NelVGbV'B#itls.h^-��o.ltf^        * "'" ^s']y","2y].,. y..y/p>y"y"(":  J. RODERICK ROBERTS^,*  S. S FOWLER, E._lfl(,       :"-'  .Gen���eral7^flan>jger:7V  iyiinit5gV)Eingineer   " '  'N,e1i^s^i;b^0^  H- D, HUME. Manager.  The finest hotel in the interior.  Large sample rooms.   Steam heat and citictri- light.  CORNER OV WARD AND VEIiNON STS., NELSON  Sawmill oh Government wharf.  Factory and: olllce, corner Hall street and C.P.R. tnlck  Will do well to  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A large stock of first-class dry material on liand, also  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  All si/.os of dimension timber aiid all kinds of lumber  out to order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots  Write for prices.   A graduate cf Toronto,  General Hospital, does  all kinds, or nursing,  massage, -and treating  ihe scalp. .Silica street, opposite English church.  Miss Tipping,  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Joh_l    RaO,   Ag^Ilt  PETER GENELLE & CO.  Headquarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  SB  MAKEI. AND Ward strektS; nelson  The Slocan; 'fie'-^i^ski&Si^SSii  ���o��* 'Hsr_��!__,'se?,_-r1) 33* o.       :"        **:       '*n.  "_������,".  Is  now prepared  Id "buy all; classeis of silver, gold;- sdyer-lekd,, fekd, add:,  copper ores.   The careful attention given to large contracts will be extended'  to-the=sma!lest=shjpper:.^P^  ing guaranteed.  Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B, G.  GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Mknagm  O. M. ROSENDALE, Ptirdhasmg Ag^ent^  '���J", sy  Drfln  n  n��Sm-*D  The only liotcl in Nelson thai; has remained tnldcr one  management siiicc 181)0.  The bed-rpoms ai;o w'Oll furnished and liglit _d by  electricity.  The dinliig-Toom i). not second to any in ICootcnay.  The bar is always stocked by tlie best domestic ancl  imported li _uors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Two and a half inilos up the Outlet from Nelsftn.  0Dl?PT A T rpTWCi,     Spring Chickens, Fresli Cream,  Or__--AM-l_a.     Pure Milk,"Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of which are from the ranch belonging to the hotel  A. THURMAN  SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a full mie of  Royal seal ai*di kootenay belle cigars  An.   all other brands of th��  AT KACTOKY PRICKS  OF -isrsl-isoivf,  33. o_  mg  A pleasant place to1 spend afternoons, evenings  enjoy delicacies that Cannot be obtained in hoi  restaurants at Nelson.   Good stabling.   Open day and  Can bo reached by either road or water.  Hols  and  or  night.  WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.  We make a specialty of  SSyplap an,d Double Dressed IVjaterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Oflicc and yard near C.P.R. depot.. K. f). BKlCH.Agcnt.  COSfflOPOLITAN  HOTEL  I'.verytliiiig tirst-class  Choice brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigar*  Rates 81.50 and $2 per day.  J. W. SMITH, Pro.pi ietor.  LargB and well lighted Healed by.hot ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Klcctric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEU  VICTORIA  ,   . J. V. PERKS, Proprietor    .  Free bus "meets all trains "'���"  Hourly street car to station  Revelstoke, B. C,  Nelson Tent and Awning Mantfaelori;  ,a.i_.il. _E_:r_sr__)s os-.'  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ALT, SIJ_KS OF TENTS IN STOCK  Maker street, opposite postoflice, Ncl-fon  THEO.  MADSOB"  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. MePHKB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constaictiaii &  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Blectrle Power Tratiemlsslon and Lighting for Mines, Towns  ' Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  ".-. P; O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY, JUNE (»,  1899.
urses an
Pocketbooks
A large stock of ladies' and gentlemen's
purses 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.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO
CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON
THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN
Dominion Day Celebration.
Yesterday manager AYateinian secured $347.50 more for the Dominion Day
celebration fund, whieh makes a total of
$3350.50. The secretary has notified the
members of the several committees to
make out a list of the events for which
prizes will be offered, and the value of
the prizes, so that a general nieeting can
be held at an early date to arrange tlie
official programme. The following are
the subscriptions received yesterday :
Previously reported	
London & B. C. Uoldllelds	
Hume Hot ul Company	
J. North	
A. Macdonald & Co	
Kriink Fletcher	
S. E. Billion	
C. Wilson	
M. Brown	
A. We-t	
.M. Milton	
M..Smith	
Sherman & Thayer	
(J. Harris     	
John Cliolil tch & Lo	
0. Lund	
Dr. G. A. B  Hall	
Mrs. J. B. Smith...,	
Hebden & Hebden 	
11. R. ( anieron   	
1. Arnold     	
S. Woodson	
S. Ci. Roberts	
J. P. Beauvais     _>
Ivool.enay Steam Laundry	
Bv. G. H. N. .Symonds	
. ..5.012 <K.l
UK) 00
50 00
•ii 00
25 00
II) IrO
lo oo
10 00
111 00
10 0(1
10 Oil
10 00
io oo
hi 00
III 00
5 00
i'l 00
5 00
'fl 00
ii 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
Total
..'',35. 50
SEE GILKER FOR
Crasf] and Other Hot Weather Suits
$5  and  up
NEXT P.O.
Remember li-IMliii
NELSON.
Edward Bray, one of the best known
of the old timers of Kootenay, is in Nelson,
after an absence of six years. No man
underwent greater hardships in the early
days than Mr. Bray, for he had the contract for carrj'ing the mail from Sand
Point, a station on the Northern Pacific
railway, to Wild Horse ereek, in East
Kootenay, over and unbroken trail in
winter. Afterwards he carried the mail
from Kootenay Station, Idaho, to Nelson
and. Ainsworth, in the winter months.
He is now taking it easy, having made a
stake out of the Crow's Nest Coal Company, of which he was one of the original
shareholders.
James Dawson of Trail is in Nelson
estimating what he "would have been
worth had he remained here and rebuilt
the International hotel, which Avas destroyed by fire in 1S93.
At a meeting of the police commissioners, held yesterday afternoon, the resignation of chief McKinnon was tendered
aud accepted. W. R. Jarvis, who has
beeu on niglit duty as a policeman, : was
appointed, chief upon probation, and provincial constable V Wilson, whose headquarters were at Kuskouooky Avill be.
offered the appointment as..policemen for
cided to issue no miners' certificates to
companies. Their grievance is that
nothing of the kind was contemplated or
hinted at Avhen the bill Avas before the
house, and that the government should
have publicly proclaimed its policy to
ivvoid useless expense and disappointment.
Anti-Japanese Legislation Disallowed.
Victoria, June 5.— Interviewed today
on the subject of the disallowance of the
anti-Japanese legislation by the Ottawa,
authorities, premier Semlin said the matter of the re-enactment of the disallowed
act would be left to the legislature, the
government being willing to adopt any
course which the house might direct.
lion. Joseph Martin makes the surprising statement that he had not even seen
any communication from Ottawa, asking
the provincial government to withdraw
the ineu.sure. "Sucli a communication
may have come to the governor, but I
have never seen it." r
lion. ... Fred Hume expressed himself
in .similar terms, and added that he concluded, when he saw the dispatch from
Ottawa on Saturday, stating that the
government had been asked to withdraw'
the measure, tliat it must have come before the council while lie was in the upper country.
Would Like to Know His Name.
NKLSON. Juno 5th. IS!)!).
To tho Kditor of The Tribune-.
Dear Sir: Would the gentleman who styles himself
"A Nelson Busines- Man" be good enough to furnish his
name lo nn interested public? When a writer crouches
behind a iioin de plume Lojgivo'vent to such funalieal
spleen, he .slmws an amount of cowardice that is not
Mattering. He evidently disregards the fact, tliat the
_acl_bon» of this country is the hard-handed miner.., from
whom all such as he must and do prolit. Scarcely less to
blame is a newspaper that would publish such a communication without at tiiching the name of the writer.
Fair-minded men un both sides will heartily resent, the
unjust comment and interference of this person.
M. Ii; MO WATT.
NELSON, B. C.
KASLO, B. C.
SANDON, B. C.
DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Giant Powder
TRUAX
ORB
OARS
Canton Brill Steel
WOODEN
MATERIAL
CARRY IN STOCK
Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal
Pipes, and Fittings
Giant, Caps and Fuse
Tools, Cutlery, Tin
.^   and Wooden ware
§___*■    Stoves, Banges,
vV     Iron,  Steel,   Sheet
a      Iron, T-Rails
-'Paints, Oils, Glass
Another Italian Criminal.
On Thursday of 'last week au Italian
employed by contractor Mike Dolan, contractor on the Bedlington & Nelson rail-
Avtiy, had a dispute with Patrick Dolan,
bookkeeper foi' tlie company,Over a tiuie-
' check. He left the office and returned in
a few ininutes and demanded payment of
the time-check, ntid on being refused,
drew ti revolver and shot the'bookkeeper
in the back of the head. .Twenty-seven
Italians'have been arrested and are being
held at Port Hill for preliminary trial,
which will take place on Wednesday.
NELSON S10EE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.
NEIS0N WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.
RUBBER HOSE
COTTON HOSE
KINK-PROOF HOSE
LAWN
SUPPLIES
LAWN MOWERS
FLEXIBLE TUBING
LAWN  SPRINKLERS
GRASS SHEARS
v. -yoyy _;„__ yyy.
N
'»■?•»»!
yjif-*#•_]. ;b|. ,tU:^dxi&0l°yaii$age* 'iti; kip"^pr^'laige^
"*ai.)_:.*cGWp]"H_6n«s!0-f- ^_Y-3-oW-"'aiid\J.l'io-S<. -:%:<_.
■ _,..„ __■ *_. - .,....*____.,,.."«: ,-■ >-- ■ ^ „ ^ ^  "I.-lj.,Yj^
'Po,^n _?op'<Js;*
■,,,,,:w^^,,,„,t,~f,^.,:^.,,,Aike&,™.
."tliip.ifc "O"02, knd] Stllcr leading liiak-efs.
iiM-i
"^e^^pv^:^
THESE  GOODS we are
*     bound to sell w(|ile
•they remain tbe patterns
of the season.   We prefer to mark them doy/q
■flow, ar}- let our regular
customers have the advantage of -J]- ..tit, fatlj-
_er tfjari have a slaughter
sale some moriths later
tq rn,ake room for new
goods... Our display   of
Rugs tand ?Art  Squares
is the fin.st  ever seen
in Kootenay.   Tl**ey are
received direct from the
ea__erri importers so that
in buying from us you
are   virtually   reaching
headquarters.
Whej^jM^yp^sed
At :"Auction;  Prices"   should  be  left  alone.     An
.anc-io...   price m_a us the highest pfiee which the
 ==="l').iii,chasei,-Cil"n.=be^iilduc-d=td=payi==^ "
New Spring Designs
In, Axmilistevs of the best quality, with or without
boi'dei's. BiitisJi and Ofiiladiari makes.
Brussels and Velvet Pile
^i*£_5_\u.ll •"eiigage,.". pi", (hnlnpes$y;oui .h.is. oyw-n\
/JeAonu:-'^
y ,43a$#ii_ r Hojlgiiis \%7the.7."^(_1.§^j"*eM'>:i|**
S^a-ul** .^ ^6g*t%ni^ '"iifee^J.C;
ffih^bhkis>. ■pptls'igpliient:i, of the • co;#pa»ys,s ;;
yii^.<_gi$_*("£n^^^ hi.en,.
"to4uiin. out.iu; >Hkiife.pi^filfi,fo©°^"deii**-' The
^ompah^y h.as..'. yet'- id .- rectefee." its 'rille
."sliiigsV d^ .,
: ' ^ils/^^p'rtba^hat' |>]|klq^ _.^friftW.iVn
jfebitfl^lity-h as.' iix'adfisk stai't ih Jthfe Sv.Ofk ,pf
<Q$nT|»I^ i4_;fr'a"i.crh;iS-'°
\^*j$8fiiitg-ai$Ordexf^th;%i. jj>'Eyai._.&
•°C0/foi*1_(i-''ueee-^*%";r!fiti.l4
7 ,    IncprporatedVOom*p.a*a|es-S^utP OutY
""'■"^jcyshpiA., June 5;.-^Afiotli#^grievaiice
5;has; „ deyelQpecl1 tn   c0hli^ctipn*:>vith  the.
^mfendiheiit to tlicj Plac;el; _vIii3inn^V Act Of
^%°st* iseslidh, this Wing tjiat '^p'^p-rovitt-
_ial   goVei'itment   absolutely" re^fjises   to
grant   liiiners'  licenses.to "iiT-orporated.
cOHipaiiies, thus exei'cisiu g, the °dis*-re_-iou,-
aify poA\rev granted in the qohcjit-liug sentence of the following setstioli: ve No joint
stqek  conipany oi'  corporation slit-ll be
Suitable for di:awing-rooi)is, dining-rooms, halls or
stairs, with pi; without borders.
Tapestry and Patent] Tapestry,
U_uio.li  'itt'-t   Stiuares, Japanese   sc/uares   and   nigs,
Smyrna and Tecumseh rugs.
40 Different Styles
Of   baby carnages  and  go-carts to   select   from.
Rattan cliairs and rOekei's.
Furniture of all Kinds
Is advancing, and notice to this effect lias been
sent to the trade by all .large manufacturers.
Having a large stock on hand we -will be able to
continue to quote better figures than any of oui*
competitors. We have also three carloads of
furniture on the way,
D. MeARTHUR Sc CO.
Comer Baker* and Ward .Streets, Nelson.
entiHed to take out a free minei-'s eertift-
cate under this act miless the same has
been iucorporated and not merely licensed
Or registered, trader the laws of this province, alid unless sucli company or corporation i.s authorized to take out a free
miner's eer_i.fica.te by the lieuteinint-gov-
ernoi'-iiircOi i n cil."
Two instances of refusal are quoted.
In olle a coi'ponitipn Avas fonjied in Ontario, under the DominioU Joint .Stock,
Companies Act, with $I0Q;(..Q0 ptiid up
capital, for the pui'pose Of working in
Atlin- Tliey sent out their maniiger,
who learned only af fci-r ari'ival in Victoria
of tlie section above quoted, and thereupon had the company iiieoi'iioiated
anew in Bi'itish Colunibitii. Then he
made alspjication for a miner's eertificate,
Avhich.he expected to have issued as a
).i.atter of course, but, to liis 'dismay, was
absolutely refused. Another complaining company Avas formed in VaneouA'er
aud Victoria, Avith $50,000 capita], only
to  learn  that "the  government had d.c-
FOB STYLISH MflMEBY
and Fancy Dress Goods
Blouses and Dress Skirts
.7   CA."L1, ON  ;:7..v.Y,7'".: Y '■"'■
Mrs.    E.   McLaughlin
JOSEPHINE STKEET, NELSON
Ice Cream
(HAZLKWOOI))
AND
Ice Gream Soda
AT GENTHAl FRUIT STOHE
Corner Bakor and Ward Streets.
I offkf the laVp-est stock irt
o -       nu O * .
•ihe 'K(3afena3'?s^  wholesale
.aad' retail,,   (.alii   and "e"x_f
amine.    Special  attention,
to watoi. rep-iiring..   Watch
_*_
siv.
attention,   tareral,   exipef-
ienced,. painsiaking; attention.    Attention   that will
=J- eep=itsJ==-i. re=m e e han i;sni=
in   • perfect   condition.     It
doesn't take   fiiuch  oil  to
make it mark time, but  it
must have that mite, and
have it at the  right time.
It is our business to correct all difficulties about a
watch   and   make it  keep
correct time.     If not worn
out,   we can  do it.    It is
.our ambition to add to the
reputation   we   think   we
have in no small measure
already established of doing  honest  and thorough
watch repairing.
In the cool of the evening1 the weary ean find rest
by reposing1 in one of our
HAMMOCKS
NELSON, B.C.
tAWREj-GE HARDWARE GO.
'4.11 lovers -of a, gi^F cup &f-tea have'a Chaiiee.'^f „^3i^t|m^!'b^»^lfy^-^
at. once mf" iCii^pafri^kyjkyWxh&il'isi aijjd Moetf.*in_*' .a.:Sbrg_ii-°^'•pa^Gi^_^
'■'•'■". ' ,"    ,■" .;  V"  x) .■.»"(■   „ "n"„„     i "    ■   '   " "'   "■■  ""  '^ *'      'Is,'    "'»"•'   '"i.-.l--  "'p' " y.*n\"t -  '.''
of 5 .o'clock" Ceyio..' '^e:a>''^hHob''yfe"^'si^aid^^
.in Kootenay. If. w&'A-cm1! -sujit -¥Ox\ wg wilt' -hi_e._?ull;f #(_fMrir" ySivr" ■'"''
money. But "w<- 'givaiian'tee wfe can pleasC you as \ve°ha;ve lihlrty difft °
erent blends to choose from,, Call vand See-us. Bvervthin^ first-class.' - &
Don't forget" we- arfc the leading house aiid carry the largest jstoek .i"rij -,
Nelson of Grocefies,' Cro'ckeryj  et.c.    We ^,arit„:yoiiLr; trade,   , „   ° -
Telephone 10.   P. O. Box K & W.      Baker street West, Nelson
-5_?
DOVER, The Jeweler
Kelson, B. C,
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY
For  Strawberries  nnd  other fruits in season.   Leave
your order.   Prompt delivery.
Hazlewood Ice Cream
Ice Cream Soda and
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
FVesli Tniil r«c-iv_(l daily
Next, door Uj Nelson-Win.■
Telu|ihono !i:t,
Oo.
HUMPHREYS & 1-ITTOC1C
MILLS & LOTT
Agents for Ha-lewood Ice Cream.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled lender., will be j-uoived ui> to 0 p. in. Salnrday.
loth June, by tlio undcrsignoil for ilie excavalion mid tlio
ba.«eiuciil walls of Ihe Hum.. Ulo-k, on Raker sti'-.l.
Plans and speeifiliations ean be s. en al. my o/liuu.* ,
The lovvesl or any tender not necessarily accepted.
ARTHUR E. HOlJUINS, Arehiteol.
50 by 120, Baker street, bt tween Josephine nnd Hall
streets, corner ,	
30 by 120. East Baker si reet.......      SOO
25 by 120 with improvemonts, south side of Vornon
■street —  •  5000
50 by 120 with improvements, south side of A'ernon
street  (iOOO
2 lot. and lar_o house beautifully furnished (snat).. 4000
2_ lots with cottage rented at §15 per month." A'ictoria
street  3500
1 lot with cottage rented at .15 per month, Victoria
stroet  2500
2 lots with cottage rented at §20 per month, Kt-wloy
street  3000
G lots in block ill), all cleared and fenced in  2500
Wondefpall   Ye&;
;.") Cents btiys )%. H-'iouii<] box of
EllESII EltOM EAtiTORY
This is tlie s.rc»loKl Mnip n\Jer ofl'ercd in the line Of biscuits
The box is worth this amount alone fo" youi" panlry
C.A LL AND SEE THEM
M. DesBrisay & Co.
0-room house and 10 lots set out in orchard .....   1100
2 lols and improvemonts, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,
wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch      5500
For general information on real estate, and for further
particulars on above properly apply to
-w"^:r3d~^:ro s:
Ileal Estate.and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson
FRUIT JARS!    FRUIT JARS!
Direct  from the manufacturer in pints, quarts, and
half gallons.
Another carload of Lake ofthe Woods received today.
JOHN A. IRVING «S_ COMPANY
Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Tlio supply is limited, so call early and examine this stock.
Have just received a consignment of Harris home
made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.
FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Nelson     A
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