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 Bcaa-_3________i  DREYFUS COMES OUT ON TOP  With the New Cabinet.  Paris, June 22.���The appointment of  general the marquis de Gallifet, as minister of war, is an extraordinary example  of the way in wliich the Dreyfus ease  lias revolutionized political conditions.  For years past the general lias been the  bugaboo of the extremists, not only because of his monarchical tendencies, but  on account of the rigorous manner which  he took in repressing the commune. His  entry into the cabinet is undoubtedly  due to his attitude towards the Dreyfus  . case, wliich has been throughout favorable to Dreyfus, although lie holds that  the proclamation of the prisoner's innocence should not include placing the responsibility of the apparent*'judicial blunders upon the general staff.  On leaving the Elysce palace, 31. Wal-  deck-Rousseau visited M. Dupuy, the  premier, to whom he presented the president's decree naming him as the new premier. The cabinet will meet tomorrow.  Senator Waldeek-Rousseau entered parliament from Rennes, Avhere he once  practiced law. He was born at Nantes  December 2, 1840. After practising law  at Rennes he became a member of the  Paris bar. He was elected to the chamber of deputies in 1870, and was minister  of tlie interior in the Gambetta cabinet,  1881 and 1882, aud in the Ferry cabinet  1883-85. He was re-elected in 1885, retired from the party in 18S9, aud was  elected senator in 1S94. In politics he is  a republican and a revisionist.  Paris, June 22.���Le Courier du Son-  publishes an interview this morning with  general the marquis de Gallient, the new  minister of war, who is represented as  saying: "I am reproached for my attitude iu 1S71. At that time I served the  majority, the constitution and the law as  a soldier ou the active list. I have remained silent until now. Today I find  the army talking far too much. I ain as  0I was thirty years ago, at the service of  the inajority, the constitution and the  law." y     (  M. Alexandre Millevoye, a radical socialist, in an interview published by the  same paper, is reported as saying: "The  republicans have concluded an armistice  in order to meet the enemies of the republic and to restore things to tlieir  proper places iu the army, the magistracy and the administration."  French Officers Cause Trouble.  St Johns,  Newfoundland,  June  22.���  ' The colonial.ministry maintains that the  French warships and fisherman in trying  to assert utterly unjustifiable claims on  the French shore this "season, seriously  complicate tho whole question. Reports  from the French shore indicate-a settled  design and a widespread action  to carry  "this object into effect with results most  disastrous to settlers in that region. Conferences between commodore George A.  Gifiord, commanding the British squadron' in Newfoundland waters, and the  the   members of   tho   cabinet   continue  ��� dxdly.      *    . .  Transvaal is Arming.  London, June 22.���The Daily Mail says  an extremely brisk business has been  doiio at Lloyd's in Avar risks at daily advancing rates. The Kolnisohe Zeitung  publishes a despatch from The Hague  asserting that Dutch oflicials are aware  that the Transvaal government is preparing to make a most stubborn defence  in the eveut of war with Great Britain  and is arming iu the most complete  fashion. According to the information,  Pretoria lias just ordered 25 quick-firers  and several heavy caliber guns for fort  artillery from the Krupps.  FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE '.3,  181)9.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEfeECLY, $2.  She Was a. _#o_tey Maker.  \XA> June 22.���Mr. Garden, the  __ritish consiil-generi.il, will take charge  ofthe money and other effects of the  late Minnie Ross, who was found murdered ip her house on Sunday morning.  She Avas a Canadian and her relatives  have Avired instructions from Toronto,  There are sevewti thousi-Ucl dollars belonging to her estate here, and it is tin-  (,.or_t,oftd -that she. has $30,DOC. oh deposit  in a Fibrid*��; paiik.  Killed By art Electric Shock.  TORONTO, .tune 22.���James Nicholl, employed1 by the street commissioners' department to drive a sprinkling cart, was  instantly killed thisS Wiorniiig by coining  in contact with aii electric .current. He  had driven tlie Avateriug cart out on Duu-  das street Avhen it rati off the railway  trackss Jacks had to be used to lift it on  again. The- trolley pole had not been  turned off and iii some Avay Nicholl received a shock AA'hich caused instant  death. -  Alberni Miners Accept the Cut.  Victoria, June 22.���Colonel Hayes  says the trouble in the Hayes mines at  Alberni, OAving to the eight-hour laAv's enforcement, has been settled, and the  Avork resumed on the basis of $3 per day,  for eight hours underground. Quite a  large amount of opening up Avork is being  carried on in several sections of Alberni,  some of Avhom Avere destined for  pleasure resorts and some for  St. Paul and Chicago. Mr. Lloyd,  a Avealthy Chicago cx-no\Arspapcr man,  who raced half Avay around the  Avorld to be present at the graduating  exercises at Harvard tomorrow, at which  his son \A*ill graduate, aviis on board and  left by last night's Boston train. He  will teach home this .morning at 8:10, and  Avill be in plenty of time to attend the  opening ceremonies at 10: .0, to witness  Avliich he has traA'elled half way around  the Avorld.   Marchand Makes a Heavy Donation.  Paris, Juno 22���-Major Marchand has  presented to the navy league 5000 francs,  being the part ofthe d'Audiffret prize  Avhieh aviis awarded to him for his  achieA'ements in Africa. In connection upon this subject Marchand referred to the naA'y league as an  organization which should place the  French fleet on such a footing as would  insure France against such another  painful humiliation as the Fashoda affair.  Major Marchand is Avriting an account of  his expedition. The Paris publisher has  arranged Avith English and American  firms for an English version.  Driven Out By Yellow Fever.        .  Santiago De Cuija, June 22.���In consequence of the outbreak of yelloAv fever  the garrison of United States troops here  has been removed from the old Spanish  barracks to a comfortable camp in  the hills, on" the -"'road to El Mora.  Thus far o four soldiers have  died fromY yelloAv fever, and there  are 18 eases in the hospital. One ciA'ilian  has died from the disease, and tliere are  three civilians suspects. Four companies  of the Fifth infantry are tlie only troops  here at present. All haA'e been disinfected on the iicav fumigating ship.  Tramway Company Incorporated.  Victoria, .June 22.���The official gazette  contains notice of the incorporation of  the Nelson, Electric Traimvay Company,  and the Keithley Creek Hydraulic Miuing  Company, to take oyer -the property of  the Squall- Mining t Company and the  Fraser River and Coast Navigation Company, Limited, of Westminster.  The head office ofthe Broken Hill Mining Company will be transferred - from  Nelson to y_ui_, and that of the Old Dominion Mining Company from Rossland  to* Nelson.  Kruger's Empty Concession  Pri'TORIA, June 22.���In' accordance  Avith the promise made by president  Kruger to sir Alfred Milner, British' high  commissioner for South Africa, at tho recent conference in Bloemfontein, capital  of tlie Orange Free State, the TransA'aal  cxecutiA'e has finally decided to increase  the representation of tlie goldfields in the  Volksraad. Tlie government Avill probably give six members instead of* tAvo,  the present representation.  Beer Drinkers Oppose an Alliance.  Dihthoit, June 23.���Tho German-  Americans of Detroit, in mass meeting  assembled tonight, in the most radical  terms declared hostility to au American-English alliance of any sort, and  protested vehemently against any char-  aeterisatioii-of-the^Aniericans-as^Anglo~  Saxons. The auditoi'-uni contained an  audience of nearly 300.0, many of them  delegates from mOre than seventy German church societies and lodges.  MOLLY GIBSON TO BE WORKED  When the Snow Goes Off.  Bruce  White,  manager of the  Molly  Gibson mine on  Kokanee  creek,  reports  that the season is so late iu the vicinity  of the Molly Gibson that it  Will  be  impossible to  commence operations before  the middle of July.    The first work that  the company 'will undertake Avill be the  building of a Avagon road from Kootenay  lake to the mine, a distance  of some ten  miles.     Negotiations  were  opened Avith  the provincial government sometime ago  Avith a view to securing assistance in the  building of this  road, but  they came to  nothing,  the-latest proposition  of' the  government- being   that  the   company  should build the road and put toll  gates  upon it.    The Molly Gibson  people contended that as the building of tlie road  would enable the goA'ernment to  collect  the tonnage tax upon the output of the  mine, it would from the  first pay handsomely for   the  necessary  expenditure,  and in a very short time recoup the government for  the entire  outlay.    When  the negotiations failed for the  construe-;  tion   of   the   Kokanee    creek   road,  an  attempt Avas made to get a road up from  the Kaslo side  of the divide,  but the  management of the Molly Gibson decided  that the natural outlet for tlieir property  Avas doAvn Kokanee creek, and they decided that, if necessary, they would build  the  road   themselves.    The Ayorkiug  of  the Molly Gibson upon the lines proposed  will add materially to the business of the  merchants of Nelson, and it is not improbable tliat the output of the mine  may  be treated at the Hall Mines smelter.  Dewey Honored in Ceylon.  Colomho, June 22.���The United States  cruiser Olympia, Avith admiral Dewey on  board, arrived here  this morning from  Singapore aud  saluted  the forts Avhieh  saluted in return.    An aide-de-camp, representing tho governor of Ceylon, Right  Hon. sii1 Josepli West RidgAA'ay, boarded  the ship  Olympia at  7  o'clock in   Avel-  come to DeAA*ey, and colonel Savage, commanding the troops, called at 1.0  o'clock.  The A'isits   Avere   returned   by 'admiral  DeAvey at 11 o'clock.    He Avas receiA'ed at  the jetty by a guard of honor, and amidst  great cheering proceeded in the governor's carriage to breakfast Avith Col. Savage. During the afternoon the admiral receiA'ed   a   deputation   representing   the1-  planters' association and the chamber of  commerce, and Avas presented AA'ith a sil-  ver casket aud an address as a  memento  of his visit.    Tlie delegates of the  planters' association   presented a thousand  pounds of tea to the creAv of thc-Olympia.  The admiral, replying to the address of  welcome, said  that he- Avished he  could  reply in adequate  terms   reciprocating  the  sentiments  expressed.    He  said   hc  deeply   appreciated   the   AA'elcome   and  Avould have the Arery  acceptable present  of tea distributed as desired, incidentally  mentioning that he Avas a life-long teetotaller.  He Avould always keep the casket on  his table, and told the delegates he  Avould report to his goA'ernment. lie  also remarked: "That cheer raised on  the jetty when I landed Avent to the  hearts of all of us. We are 11,000 miles  from home, but that cheer avjII be heard  Did Not Lose a Minute.  Montreal, June 22.���Sharp on time to  the minute the first through imperial  limited train on the Canadian Pacific  railway pulled into Windsor street station  this evening, having completed the transcontinental journey iu 100 hours. Tliere  Avere a large number of passengers on  board Avlien  the train left  Vancouver,  Ball Games Yesterday.  Chicago 1, Boston 5;  Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 9.  Cleveland 0, Brooklyn g.  Pittsburg 6, New York ll.  {-..Louis 4, Washington (>.  Making* a New Prince.  LoNpO-S., June 22.���It lias been definitely decided that the young duke of Albany, grandson of queen Victoria, is to  succeed to the throne of the grand duke  of Saxe-Goburg and Gotha, on the abdication of the duke of Edinburgh, and  the renunciation of the duke of Connaught. - -  Grand Trunk Cuts Rates.  Chicago, June 22.���The Grand Trunk  today issued a neAV tariff on oats and  corn, Avhieh it is thought -will lead to a  competitive cut by other roads. On  both the domestic and export commodity  the rate Aveut down, four cents on oats  and six cents on corn.  Dreyfus Will Not Speak.  Paris, June 22.���The semi-official  Temps this eA-'eniug says: Dreyfus Avill  be landed at the Arsenal at Brest, and  the gates will be rigorously closed to  everybody. Afterwards the prisoner  will be 'placed on a train and taken to  Rennes. .    The Usury Bill Thrown Out.  Ottaava, June 22.���Senator Dandur-  and's usury bill Avas throAvn out by the  banking and commerce conimittee of the  senate today by a vote of 8 to 0. It Avas  opposed by the commercial interests, particularly those of Montreal.  in America, although the Avay in Avhieh  it has touched nle I shall never be able  to express. Two nations were neVei* So  closely allied by mutual sympathy and  appreciation as now. The American people realized this during the late war, and  you Can imagine Iioav all those Aa'Iio were  at Manila aiid met sir Edward Chichester  (commander of the British first-class  cruiser Immortalite) and his gallant comrades hold; tha-t feeling very deeply.  Slocan Mines Let Contracts;  SaX'dox, June 22.���-It begins to look as  if the mine owners of the Slocan who desire to work their properties will follow  "the example Of the companies opei'ating  in the Nelsou district and resort to the  contract system. This course has been  adopted at the Payne mine and it is reported that there are forty men at Avorfc  iu this 'property. Operations at the Wonderful have also been resumed upon the  contract basis, and there is Some talk of  several other companies following suit.  When the trouble over. the eight-hour  laAV was first encountered the management of the Slocan Star expressed a desire to Avork upon the contract basis but  the attempt A\'as frustrated by the leaders of the union. As to Avhether the  Slocan Star Avill now adopt this course  cannot be learned.  The Chinese Protest Now.  Ottaava, June 22.���The Chinese government, having noted the signal success  which attended the Japanese protest  against the anti-Japanese legislation of  British Columbia, has now entered a protest at OttaAva against the proposal to  increase the present head tax upon Chinese coming into the dominion from $50  to $500. The bill to which objection is  being taken has been introduced by-Max.*  Avell, the member for Burnard, and represents the desire of the Avorking classes.  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  Creston Will Not Be  Slighted.  The trustee of the Creston townsite  says that the Nelson & Bedlington rail--  Avay will build a depot at Creston, as the  company is an owner in the townsite.  FERNIE.  The CroAv's Nest Coal Company is finding a growing market in Montana for all  of its different products.- Last Aveek the  company exported 313 tons of coke to the  United Smelting & Refining Company's  smelter at Great Falls, which Avas. valued  at $1253. It also sent foi'Avard twenty-  four tons of coal to the Montana Brewing  Company of the same city, which Avas  valued at $121, aud an experimental  shipment of fifteen tons of blacksmith  coal Avas sent to Messrs. Tod & Kelly, also  of Great Falls. The outlook for this  company is exceptionally bright, as there  is at present practically a market for all  the coal aud coke Avhieh the company  can produce.  YMIR.  S. L. Long, general manager of the  Porto Rico miue, went through to Rossland this morning. Everything AA'ill be  in full swing with the miue and the mill  shortly. The first shift Avas started yesterday and tliere Avill be another tomor-  roAy. Three more men left for the mine  today. The mill is being run by professor Garvin, with D. A. Mackenzie as  assistant.  At the Ymir mine they are busy, fixing jripes and getting the compressor  ready preparatory to letting the Avork  out by contract. The strike can be  called-virtually OA'er in this camp, as the  contractors will duly'observe"the eight-  hour laAV and pay the union Avage of  $3.50.  At the Belmont group the shaft is  doAvn 25 feet, Avith a big ledge shoAving  up Avhicli has been crosscut at 10 feet,  all in mineral.  J. Westgate et al luwe gone to do de-  A'olopment Avork upon tlie Friday, which  is under conditional sale to John Reith  of this toAvn.  At tlie Gray Mouse a lot of development.work is being done. '    , -  J.  L. Parker  &  Co., the -Avell knoAvn  mining firm,-ire opening  au  office here,  and H. C. Carr is to be   their representative. - _ *    -  An eligineer is daily expected to report  .upou .the claims of .the Noav BrunsAvick  Consolidated.  A public examination of tho school  classes takes place tomorrow afternoon  between 'the hours of two "and four  o'clock.  The many friends of W. V. Edgar, one  of tho directors of the Simcoe Company  (Big Horn group), Avill be sorry to hear  that he is down Avith pneumonia.  Stephen Bywater and C. Shields, president and A'ice-prosident of the Broken  Hill coin pany, operating tlie Wilcox  group, arc expected here in a foAv days.  The special constables Avho were sent  from Nelson to guard the Ymir mine  Avere dismissed today by the management of the Ymir. Thoy returned to  Nelson by the evening train. Their  presence was not required at any time  and_ their^departure ends one of the s'd-  liest incidents of the recent trouble over  the eight-hour litw.  AINSWOR-TH.  The No. 1 mine Avill resume  next Aveek after a shut dOAvn  month.    The work of getting  operations  of Over a  tlie  water  out   of the mine   avjis   commenced yesterday.  The shaft on the Tariff is now down.  300 feet and the operator reports that lie  has a Hue.showing ol ore.  NfiLSON.  Yesterday Mrs, J. Laugndge underwent an operation for appendicitis. The  operation was performed by l,)r.s. La Bad,  Forin and Macdonald, and the patient i.s  doing as well as can be expected under  the eirciinistai-cos.  The Avork of excavating for the Burns  block ou Bilker street Avill not be commenced1 until Monday, July 3rd, after*-*  Avliich the work avIII bo rushed through  to completion as rapidly as possible, as  the plans for.the superstructure will be  prepared and tlie contract awarded for  the same before the basement is completed,  R_ J. Merrifield, one of the syndicate  Avho are about to erect a gas and coke  works hero, Dr. Doolittle and David Morris AA'ill go out today to determine a suitable location for the gas and coke works.  AV. J. G. Dickson, avIio returned yesterday from Ainsworth, reports tliat the  Taylor Air Compressor Company' on  Coffee creek near that camp is now working full blast. This company compresses  air by a new automatic system, and their  plant at Coffee creek is the largest.of the  kind oil the American continent.  oral Denby Poortsagal, of the Dutch delegation, and count Soltyk, the Australian  naval expert, were adopted. The delegatus declared in favor of any state using  any new explosives or new inventions, or  new inventions for ordnance, the Russian  and Bulgarian alone refraining from a'O-  ting.  The question   of  the   dumdum   bullet  was discussed by major sir John Ardagh,  of    the     British    delegation,    declaring  that Great Britain did not desire  to  use  any projectile inconsistent Avith the principles of modern warfare, and  suggested  that .dumdum should be only used against  the uncivilized foe.   The conference finally resolved  in  favor  of prohibiting the  use of bullets which easily flattened  out  in the human body, or explosive bullets,  bullets  in   a  hardened case Avhicli does  not entirely cover  the  point, or bullets  which have an incision.    The British and  American delegates alone A'oted negative.  The use of any now explosiA'es in projectiles from -balloons Avas prohibited foi1  five years.     The question of restraining  the introduction  of neAV types of rifles  Avas deferred.    Count Soltyk's report Avas  then taken up.    It declared that the subcommittee,  though  unable to agree  regarding the proposed  abolition of nayal  rams, submarine torpedo boats and the  _ use of explosives,  had declared   against  the use of asphixyatiug gases, which the  first committee also approved.  Chicago Buys Montreal Bonds..;-"-  ���Chicago, June 22.���Chicago financiers  closed today one of the most important  international transaction in the history  of the city. In the face of the keen competition of the London '-'money, interest,  and in spite of the eagerness of New  York capitalists, an exelusiA'ely Chicago  syndicate secured the purchase of  the neAV issue of $3,000,000 of  the city of Montreal, forty-year  3i per cent gold bonds, on an intei'est  basis of about 3] percent. The purchasing syndicate i.s composed of the I'oIIoav-  itig banks and bankers : First National  Bank, Illinois Trust and Savings Bank,  N. Harris & Co., Parsons, Leach <fc Co.,  LeaA'itt, Trimble & Go, The.importance  of this transaction to the financial interests of Chicago is greatoroOAving to the  fact that the pre\'ious issue ,of 'bonds of  the same kind have been promptly bought  in London, America rarely being able to  compete against the British demand.  Both Questions May be Settled.  Ottaava, June 22.���Premier Laurier, in  aiiSAver to a question as tp the position of  affairs Avith respect* to the Alaskan boundary dispute and the Pacific cable project, replied that as to the Alaskan boundary negotiations are stiirgoing on for a  provisional boundary on -the - Dill ton  trail. As to tlio Pacific cable, t a conference was about to take place between  the agents of the colonies and the imperial authorities. The Canadian government had decided to appoint lord  Strathcona and the minister of public  Avorks, Mr. Tarte. Sir Sanford Fleming  had also been appointed to attend the  conference as an expert. Minister Tarte  sailed for England this morning  Argonauts in Good Condition.  London, June 22.���Tho Toronto Argo-  -iiauts-aro���on���English-soil:���They���wore-  ail Avell on the voyage except* Goldman,  Avho suffered ifom an attack of seasickness, but he is now all i-ight:. Wright^  Mnnt/i and the Thompson brothers,, as  soon as they landed, left for London. On  leaving the Teutonic they were cheered.  Rev. Dr. Armstrong Black met the Argonauts at the railway station and wished  them success. Dr. Blnkk sails for Canada  fco assume the pastorate of St. Andrew's  ���.���hrtrch, Toronto, on August 2-5 th.  PROVINCIAL   JAIL   PRISONERS  f   Make Their Escape.  Two prisoners, named William Watson  and Thomas Dunn, escaped yesterday  from the gang of eight men employed in  excavating the foundation for the land  registry office behind the court house.  The bushes and other combustible stuff  removed Avere taken down to the creek  and burned, the two men in question  being appointed to look after the fire.  About 3:30 yesterday afternoon they  made a bolt for it. J. McAlman, avIio was  in charge of the gang, saw them clambering over the fence but refrained from  firing. They made off in the direction of  Chinatown and that-Avas the last that  was seen of them. They are supposed to  have concealed themselves somewhere in  that A'icinity and a search was instantly  instituted, but up to the time of Avriting  no trace had been found of them. They  were in their prison clothes when they  escaped, and this leads the authorities to  hope that they will be speedily rearrested.  Watson and Dunn Avere two of the five  men Avho Avere charged about a, month  ago Avith stabbing a man at Slocan City.  The charge of stabbing fell through, and  they Avere sentenced to three months'  imprisonment for vagrancy. Should  they be re-arrested they will be liable to  an extra sentence of two years for being  at large AA'hile under sentence. Their  official descriptions are as folloAvs :  William Watson���5 feet, 7 inches in  height, 24 years of age, Aveighing 150  pounds, Avith brown hair, grey eyes aud  light complexion.  Thomas Dunn���5 feet, 8 inches in  height, 23 years of age, Aveighing 102  pounds, Avith dark broAvn hair, brown  eyes and dark bioAvn complexion.  How Wages Fall.  Now Denver Ledge.  This  is  an  age of trusts and strikes.  Capital  is massing its strength on one  hand and labor on the other.    Without  one the other cannot exist.     Capital, if  alloAved, Avould loAver the rate of wages  until the Avorkinginan Avould be no better   than   a   slave.    Labor,   if  alloAved,  AA'ould raise the rate of Avages until every -  moneyed man avou Id become a pauper.  Neither condition of affairs is desirable.  Some men,  through tlieir brains, luck,  skill and cunning amass Avealth aud hire  labor.     The   rcAvard   of   their merit   is  Avealth and power.    Other men, through  a lack of luck, brains or cunning haA'.e to. .  Avork,'   The reward.of their labor is an *  existence Avithoutjnuch individual poAver. \  ���'   Tlie loAvering of Avages is often caused,  indirectly," by  the  laborer himself.   -He  -Avishes to  get  higher pay for his work;  but desires  to ,buy everything he  consumes at" =the  lowest-4 price. ' Loav prices*/ ���  menu Ioav Avages. - In this province Avages-  are higher than   in-any other part of  , ,  Canada, yet _h6u._ands.of dollars are sent*,  monthly,to department stores in the east  ���for  goods.    In   order   to   compete  with  these stores Avestern merchants Avill have    -  to combine, buy in larger quantities and*  cheapen the wages of tlieir help.    That is*,  the  Avay it  Avorks.    Try to  get, everything cheap and you .c\rent,ually  become  the same Avay.    At one* time avo paid the  highest wages in Canada to printers, and  demanded' good prices for. our Avork.   AVe _  found plenty  of people 'Avho,  to saA'e a  dollar, Avould patronise some  scab  office  whore the proprietor lived  on wind and  paid his hands in:proniises.    That is one  reason for strikes.    Each, particular kind  of labor wants a high  price for its oavu  work, but by demanding eA'erything else  cheap it tears down the price of the labor  of men in every other occupation.  Peacemakers on Modern Warfare..  V .Tin. ilAGUio, June  20.��� After ..a short  session of the sub-committee onwai  the navy, at which'reports by major  and  _en-  Cap-ure a Regimental Band,  Ma.x.i,a, June 21���Tho outpost of" the  Washington regiment captured general  L*i'o de Pillar's brass band of 82 pieces,  the members of which some-bow became  separated from the regular body of the  insurgent., aild. came within the American  lines Avithout having the means of resistance. Some Chinamen of Manila have  entered action, for the revenues of the  'instruments, which it appeal'- were leased  the musicians of general Pio do Pillar.  Two to One Against the Shamrock.  Nfav Yon if, .lune 22.���Major J. I..  ..'Miiieson, a member of the British parliament and an intimate friend of Sir  Thomas Lipton, made a wager yesterday  on the coining yacht race, betting $500  to $1,000 that the Shamrock will Avin the  America's cup. A, well-known bookmaker took the American end of the bet.  This is believed to.be the first bet of the  race.   A Suicide's Innovation  I'lili.ADKl.riliA, June 722. ��� George Van  Robe, aged fifteen years,'committed suicide in a remarkable manner to day.- lie  visited a friend's house and going into  the cellar arranged a rope over a* .'beam.  Due end of this lie fastened to his right  ���foot'and.the other end to his neck. Then  placing a Hour bag OA'er his., head, he  strangled himself to death  Slocan Ore Shipments,  Total shipped from January  1st,  ISiii)  to June 20th:  Total    5,271   2,215        __-  _���'.���-__) P.-iiidon  I'_._���_.���     J..--1 -ll.lMCC       Slocnli S iir      S.-ipphire   font   A jus,   Sover-t|-i_...........,  K<.co  ��� .��,_.���.���  -Vi-inl-ioo .,..,...,  'fVcibmr- A'a .11....,. .  'J'rnd-s D-lkM*.........  1-ib.rlj-Hill .-   .Mjifliwii-  ..  Efom Three _h1wrU_"���  Iilali-_Miii-S v.  .'.   'Quuen Hess   Wild UtJosu..........  Mo-nit _r  ,  I'r'S!. t Whiiowiitur  WI. it .water   ,I�� _.k.*-]>   ��� Bull _  Welti _��t-ll. ...,  '���"ruin McfimfKui������  AiiKiiiii.   Kaii.bier ���   l._V."<t."l.-llc.-i   Uroat, Western.,   l"'fojn X-iv Denver���  ItOti-ll     Marion   Ca|ieila   From Silvurton���  Fidelity   A'ancouver.   AVak-llftlrl  .....  'Kmiiy Ivlith ... ���,..  ('oinsuwk   From Tun SliliS  Kiiterpris. ���   Total tons   18  12  .40  20,  ISO.  jtti  112  ).-  3.  15  CfiO  1.1S*)  15  SOU  l.tift  177  30  n  u>  2!tt  IO*  -48'  500  20  ���5-  3  !I20  580  CO  120  ���ICO  ... 15.058  Made Them Respect the Statue.  Mo.vrnkan, June22.���The Vermont department of the G. A. li., Avliich i.s holding an encampment here, inarched down  town this morning headed by its bands  to witness the St. Jean Baptist section.  A.s  the A'etcrans  passed   the statute  of  Queen Victoria, on Victoria Square, they  did liot.salute the statue as is customary  on all regimental parade' occasions.    The  crowd,  Avhicli Avas gathered, manifested  its displeasure at this in a pronounced  manner, AA'hereupon the grand army men  marched round again  and this time they  did the needful amid the  vigorous applause of the crowd1 2  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON   B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE n   1899.  ��  We are showing* a very large assortment of parasols ranging* in price  from 50 cents to $7.50. Call iu and see them. Our White Duck  and Linen Suits arc going fast. A full line of Men's Linen Hats.  Just the thing for hot weather.  nf  .Y  H.  ir  A. FERLAND * CO.  I.liot Mock. Baker .Street, Nelson  HUDSON'S BAY  company;"  INCORPORATED 1670.  HARD TIMES  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  PEOPESSIONAL   CAEDS.  EWAIIT &.-CAKR1K���Architects.   Rooms 7 and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street, Nelson.  MISCELLANEOUS.  WANTED���To. rent a. small furnished house or cottage.   'Apply to'A. F., Tribune ollice.  LOST���A pair of'gold-rimmed spectacles, in a leather  case.   Kinder will-bo suitably rcwa-ded on returning same to The Tribune olllce, Vernon street, Nelson.  FOll HKNT-Two cottages on Latimer street,  half  blick wci-tof Stanley street.    All conveniences. $>0  a month.   ApplyatTribuneoJllcc, A'ernon street,Nelson.  LOST���A black silk belt, with diamond paste buckle  set in silver.   Finder will-b'o suitably rewarded by  rcturning same to The Tribune offic>", A'ernon street.  LOST���A K. of P. jewel.   ��25Will be paid for its return and no questions asked, to The Tribune ollice,  Vernon street,' Nolson.'.  ��tte .-QCtttottev  Daily Edition . ���  Wkekly 'Edition. ..'...  ..... First Yeah, No 1J;>  : .'Seventh Ykak, No. 31  Nelson has been free froni petty robberies and petty crimes until recently..  This; may or may not have, been, because  of the-"efficiency of the police force, but  Ave are of * opinion that it Avas. directly  the result of" the policy of keeping the}  criminal������ element oui; qf���J;he_tqAV'n... .Lately  ^^imhe^owi^  lf*Y"��!,-.7*.  authorities.    The other organization's you  name,   though   secret,   have   submitted  their ritual  to that  church ; so, too, the  Knights  of Labor  submitted  theirs and  had it approved.    The "Familiar Explanation of Catholic  Doctrine" implies that  the Masons are condemned by the Roman  Catholic church because "they propose to  themselves thbigs against church or gov-  : ernment;  they bind  themselves by oath  to do Avhat may be  commanded by their  isuperiors:   they    bind    themselves    to  I secrecy; tliey join for mutual defence in  j so strict allia_.ee that theuee arises dau-  i ger of riot or bloodshed."  THOMSONS  EASE AND  COMFORT  -.'-..- ������ - -..    ,-"..��� ��> ��� ������--  May be obtained by using a   ...  NetwiUistiuitling nil tlie talk about  liard times resulting from' the labor  troubles, we avi'11 venture to say that if  you stroll down the. sunny side of  Baker street about 2 p. in., you Avill  hear more complaints about the  Aveather than any other subject.  A Suggestion to Those in Danger  of ill   Effects  from   Sun   or Heat.  Keep in the shade as much as possible,  and every half hour take one bottle of  Schlitz Milwaukee Lager Beer. No  other   than   Schlitz   will   answer.  The   Beer  that   Made   Milwaukee  Famous.    No Better in the World.  w  ffl  _._se.&g-&_^_&^  j��.*  :&��  f:^  r-'sg.'-S*.  vine & Co.  m  B  B  B  B  SPECIAL SALE OF  SOLD   BY  Bison's Bay Stores  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  BRICKJJLIME!  Our first kiln of brick will be ready for delivery about  the lso of June.   Call at our oflicc for prices. -  During the month of June we will deliver limo in  ! quantities of twenty sacks and over at  60 Cents pep 100 Lbs  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  T. a. PROCTOR, Manager  ffl  ffl  Hose and Sunshades  B  B  ffl  A complete line of the above g'oods, which |  ���which we are selling* at prices that will make b  it'worth your-..while to buy. b  Silk Shirt Waists  We have a very choice variety in all shades of colors  B  Bakor Street.  y ^u^^^^df^Mmgel^^ - ^l_qui��clairi*i*ig*,  ^fi��5^^^||^^i^,.|:ii^^^it^  ^Sftieiilk^  ^^'MlM^P^^oeUm, _%i%fe#f&  H%ia$6i-iis;tTfi "qffieia^  s|: "iffjrae\^,<ii��'ieTeine4t fe-buiMJi^f ji$*ri&$he.  /..^ifellniit^;fjDrty'reigJ^*J.piu,& lience.y  - ���  _______  / "_^;ex-offi^  'tjv&yfe^  ] s Bres^om'fe^i'iintQ' a�� ifiiiilug qai^-p^ y-sprQ&d--  ���f_!i>^;ds/jb|n:q��etted ft*  Kbssla^d cme  "'riiffjfrfc. ihi'k Week..   Those xvhO. &ttended7  i.   f��#i-��,nfi   p.- - . -        -- ��� ���   :      : ��  ;_K��e%a__i*j*-iet; aire gGntlQmeii wlieB spuer..  Xvh&x lincler ihe influence of rg_ia_ai*(A<g._i:e  knd. will sky t1i_y are not ���  In every liiiniiig" district in We$t Ko6te-  May*, excel*!; tlie Slocan, tlie eight-liour  q;tiestion lias b<_en adjusted. Nine-tenths  of the miners and muckers eoiitintied at  xypfk and are 'deceiving the same rate pf  Images: for the eight-front" day OS they  formerly received for the ten-hou* day.  The othei* tenth are at work by contra--,  the contractors in every case being Members? of the miners'unions and paying the  tiliion rates to the men whom they employ, The Sloc'an will probably spon fall  into line. __  A ]_. r/jiiii-R of owners of \nu_a_nt lots on  Baker street are on the lookout fctr old  frame buildings tliat can be moved on to  their lots, and by that means increase  their income. The city bylaws are not  Worth the paper they are printed on������  when men with a pull want to. break  them.  THE people of Nelson have been extremely liberal in their treatment of local  athletic clubs, but some of the clubs do  not seem to appreciate it. Every time  they are called on to defend the prestige  of the town, they have their hands out  for baksheesh.  Question and Answer.  I have inquired a good deal regarding the objection of  the Roman ('atliolio church lo I'recmasonry and cannot  Bet any information. Another thing I'd like to gel at is  this:. Why .Ioch the Homan Catholic church condemn  Masonry ana eounU_nan_- olhur secret organizations,  ruc.1i it* tho A.O.H., eiau-im-Uael, Knights of Columbus  and others? . * j\m jj_ q_  The reason seems to be tlm . Llie Masons  refused to submit their ritual ami riles to  the consideration of the Roman Catholic  Gentlemen  If you want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and summer, I have over 500 diil'cr-  ��,.', y. en ^patterns,of.�� Scotch, <and"sE_nglisha _t>jro_cd$,;v  �� P_"VVWl,__r.��TA��.li:Siinl._��__ri,_V^ Inw ���"*  Gerjts H^ts, Men's Ladies' aqd Children's Shoes  B  B  pjii efc" wear.-afe.'.v.��iH5^pfi'sig-.^l.. y.;. IS":. ���. .��?J. 821-.. ,. -,  ���".Black 4orgo__i uits Jheja-k*bnr.-itibtning, c_>a,%. S21j a,y \j  !A^-hVa*y>:Scbt:.h"'li_.'(S'ed; uiice'.^pati^Dbi^fo��'-  |bbusin��e_t?sii|i.?jj-i.? vv* :"��� * _ _!,���>".���: yyyiy-,-. $!&*  Ya'rousj'ers.alTegiially-imv-yp-i^ P'liislft .-_f".', ������  * " ���"'���*-_-'ih^Ca��a'da.��";_iadies'��fl'rte''i^0riiT^'a"*^^  Tr*un_r!l��Tii_5ii'_^>i1_i_��_r^ -Ril Ir fir-ft^rnnhn* d- ori n.^i   -n-.  ���fl.  ��S:rib'ihetl*-i'  _7spe"cia.rty:  JpJeni4'J_tbl6��:lcj1B^k'e'f;strebtiD  flfl,"..',  a5fE!iC.so 3sr,; "M-(sK^-  �����afctt  e  ,^.fl  "nH*yoii_v*a-it "a"rsJiyli-h,"perfcfct'���.-ltii_g':#i:W'!nvad'c  host .cloth, ;ever' iinijorted'." tjo NelsonV lpiiVfe^ybur brd.br*  i\.itli3,i;nc"..      ,  ������ y"   "      "~"   "   ? "      " ��"  ."SiSc liundi'dd' dolla.�� worth of;"no.v'goodi*, now wait-  Viiigiy^ur iii^p-ctidu:,  I* guiiranfep: satiSfiictibn bi. no ^itle."  -}y "priceJJvione in yoiift.drug _*ayiiig.  ���well'I" -=-"'-������-=-"-��� ~��_��-o..��� iH,l  XiopKihg  Securing;  for--.lHol. . ....        _  ���, . ���,   factio.n, are ilrs. _ coii-idered Jlcro, but always: a  ;l__ice "that niakes the purchase an economical onej  A, price.tliat mean issdnie'thiiigto jjon'. Oneiiack-  iigO'bf'Otir  will make one quart of the best spring tonic on  the market, and is uiiequailed for all blood, liver,  stomach and kidney troubles, and the price is  25 GENTS  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  Corner of Hakor a��d Stanley Strcbts, Nelsdn  NOIIGE TO CONTBACTOES.  Scale, whole tdnilers will, be received until 13 .'clock  floor* Thur-day, Julie Mltli next, by tho undersigned for  the erection 61 a stone and b_ ieSk Land RegJtitry olllce for  the government of tyit-fth. Colmnbia, to be built at Nelson, 1_. C.  A deposit it. the form of a marked chccqne made payable to the Coinnn'ssioner pf Tjands aud Works for tho  sum of ten por cent of the amount pf tender, must accompany each lender.  Drawings, specifications and conditions of tender may  bo seen at the ofhee of Kwart & Carrie, architects, rcoiiis  7 and 8, Aberdeen block, Baker street, Nelson, B. C*.  The lowest or afty tonder not 'necessarily accepted.  JNO. A. TUItNKK.  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Notice to Contractors.  '   Nel-on's upitq^dat"-; Tailor1,, ileStVlEbo'tcnay CofTeq {Co.;  \Ve h.tvo a fiiie.a^sortin-ht of wbolons always  =^=on^haud.='Oc.ods=niade=up-_t-the=shoctest=)prfs--  sible notice.  As cvel-ytJimg is kept and niAde  oil the premises; satisfaccidn is assured.  f'""" "'    :BkfeervS|r^et* ^Ijsoti  first vddti"'\y_Bs_ Sank b. _. BfjlEfilSG,  .v.   . . ;. .:.3." " ^"--"'.".'"  .PVrin'gVtliej.sffa'soil.wVwill' "de*  ..li\;Sr ice at"privrttc-'r-sideitccfs",  ___*-bu_(i___ss__oti-_!_i daily in.aii,y  ���"(lesirqd  quantity' at cnJionsal. e  b �� pi'i _e_."   .-.."..-. V      ��� " ,  B��_(^���SJVipH^N^  * AS6-;SN;FiF" "-  '^mwi$,'zm&  I'JoOOJwiU ipiirchase a choice rosidehco cbr.iier. IOO.by 120  . -y~toou       "   ,. - '.','������  $21:00" will purchase a central lot and, residence.  i-Off will pin-hii_ c two nice 16't. aiid fihantj*.,  S2000 v.'ill plir.eliase twb; liice lots and cottage.  |3000 will purchase four nice lot- ftnd Ku.id_ii6c:  Jluy Fairinonti _ihare.s for a rise.  5000 Utica at 2 cents.  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  D,   J.  GENERAL  BROKER.  PIREf, X.IF3B, ACCIDENT ANP SICKNESS  i_i^ST3-i.^.2sre?E  RBAI. iBSTATE AND IiOANS,  TQ LlffK���Several houses of different sizes.  1. OK SAL_1���Keftl estato in all parts, of the city.  Turner & Boeckh block, Kelson, B. C.  Mcrcliahdjsfrhanlcd  to aiid front; dej.otSp* biis  jncfelS" all grains and boalfe".    Special aliteiitioii  .given   to  tlieVti-aiisfer of  baggages   O.iUc'd, Slid  sfeiblcs, _n Y6rhoh street, opposite'The Tribune.,  fwmi^^mM^^p,  INBLSOiS�� Bi C.  ;  >frt&pti repairing prplnpftly a��t-_di;d tbbyr_"flrst-eiiv--,  wiiQolwrigh.t.j". ��� i  ��� . ����� -   '    ". n   "   "    : *    '" ".";  Spe'ciarattOntioii, gi*i_en to all kind- of'ropaiiiing and  custoih work from outside point_.  'Sliop:' * Hair"Street,"betwel-ili ;E!i|kii_i,ari_��:VernM,\Njjsi_QF  5TRAGHAN BROS,  PLUMBERS  Opera House Block, NELSON  10-E._c>tn Hou,_6, centrally located, ���<���%  6-Hoom Cottage and. _ Lots on Oafbonats  street, $1400, easy terms.  5-I_oQin   House on  Stanley street, io 100.  j. I. VANSTONE,      R. H, WILLIAMS,  -.lines and Mining Stocks Customs broker  REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENTS  ROOMS AND OFFICES  J, LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At oflleo of the Duncan Mines, Limited.  Tho undersigned is prepared to receive sealed lenders  ���to bo opened at 10 a. in., .Monday, June 2nth, for the following material, delivered in Nelsou, for the construct .on  of an Electric Tramway.  4000Bailway Ties.  40,000 P. B. M. of Squared. Timber,  40,000 P. B. M. of S-inch Flank.  150 Cedar Poles.  The above quantities being approximate.  Spocillcations may be seen in the Macdonald' Block,  Boom 7.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  C. HALIFAX HAW..  WANTED       ~  EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKERS  F. IRVINE & CO.  FOR SALE  BY   PRIVATE   BARGAIN  21! Draught Horses,  12 Draught Mules.  U Pack -Mules..  13 Pack Horses.  The above stock is in first-class condition and perfectly  broken. The vendor can furnish if desired complete rigging for pack animals, also harness and wagons for  Balance of stock. Apply to Waverly mine, Albert Canyon, JJ. C.  FORSALK.  A building and lot on First Avenue in the town of  Ymir. Rents for 320 per month. "Will be sold cheap for  cash. For further particulars apply to John A. Kirkpatrick, Nelson, B. C.  Two lots with two-story liouse on Latimer  street, near Josephine ��1S00  Terms:   ��)2(_;i cash, balance on mortgage.  Sixty-acre winch, nine miles froin city on lake  shore....  S1000  One-half cash, balance oil mortgage.  ______ OjSOtTS  Ou loan conditions are tlie cheapest, and best  OH'cred. You can repay at any time without  bonus. _  -A,Gi-EJ3SrTS   ZE-OO-t  JJritish Columbia PcrnianentSavings & Loan Company,  Globe Savings & Loen Co., Toronto.  I3SrS"0*3E.-A.3SrCE  Plre, Life, Accident, and Sickness  We are receiving daily direct front  the growers consignments of Strawberries, Cherries,, Baiumas, Oi'*vnge..,  Lemons, etc. Seiid us your  standing orders,  -'l-je, -7i*a��.e Orily Supplied  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  For Sale  NICKEL-IN-THE-SLOT  CARD MACi-INI...  PRICE ��12  App:y to  II. C. CUMMINS, liodoga Cigar Store.  GAMBLE <5_ O'REILLY, Agts  Baker Street VVcst, Nelson, B. C.  w*- IP- ^oBiisrso^r  (I-x-Shcrif- of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise.  Postoffice liox 572 Nelson, 13. C.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing: 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.   For further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson,   B.   C.  Parsons Produce Oo.  Nelson. ,B..__,  George Holbrook  City Seaveng-er and  Ohimney Sweep  Prompt, attention given to all ordors left at M. DesBrisay & Co's, Baker street, Nelson.  Mel-fon Ipcm Worfes  MANUKACTUHKKS QF<  ENGINES, BQiriERSi SHAFTING, IRON" AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF BVER^ DBSO-tlBTldN  Repairs promptly attended to,       T?. 0. Box 173.  GEN EERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENTS FOB  OPEN DAY 'AND NIGHT  The only restaurant in the city  employing only white cooks.  Merchants'lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders   at   all   hours.  BOARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of English church.  Heated by steam. Table board .1, room and board $5  md ��5.50.  A collection of lino Belgium Canaries for sale.  J V. O'LAUGHLIN.  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oii Co.  Washington Brick arid; Lin}. Go.  The H. W. njcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Aqtf-jra-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers irj  Gfow's Nest Pass Boat Ci);  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,    Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer^  Ale and Poptep  '.'ronipt and regular  -    delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson,  B.frr^oi'oS''--3- THE  TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899.  BankofMontbeal  all paid  up.     -  Best,  $12,000,000  0,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND   MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  R   S. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  __<r__i__.so_sr BBANCH  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.        ���RAXCirK8  IN        CONDON   (Enj.lD.nd),   _r_JW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in i.liu principal cities in Canada.  Huy and sell Storling  Exchange _ud Cable Transfers  {.KANT COMMRRCIAl. AND TKAVKI.1.I-I18' OKRnlTS,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS ISSUKD    COIXKOTIONS MADK; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE Oif INTEREST PAID  HOW   A   MOB   WAS   DISPERSED.  "1 see   by the papers," said a  formei'  resident of the west, to a Toronto Globe  /reporter, "that the French police quelled  a mob the other day by turning a hose  on then.    I saw the same thing tried under very dramatic circumstances  out in  Denver  in the early '80's.    Tliere was a  very  strong feeling against the Chinese  all though the west at the time, growing  out of Dennis Kearney's 'sand lot' campaign in 'Frisco,  and it needed next to  nothing  to.start a demonstration.    One  ��� day a few Denver hoodlums set the ball  rolling by Avrecking a laundry, aud in less  than  an  hour a full-grown  riot wis in  progress.    The mob  swept   down  upon  the Chinese section like a prairie lire and  a horrible massacre was apparently inevitable, wheu proceedings were momentarily shecked. by au  extraordinary incident.     It seemed that a gambler named  Tim Moon had dipped in  at one of the  laundries for his weekly supply of boiled  shirts and the Chinaman had  some difficulty in finding the right bundle.    While  he  was  searching  his  shelves the vanguard of rioters suddenly appeared and  were about to raze the frail little shanty  to the ground, when  Moon leaped out of  the front door with a cocked revolver in  each hand.    'Hold   on, boys!' he yelled.  'You've got to Avait until I get my shirts!'  Tliere  were at least 4000 people in the  "mob,  but Moon  was a  noted deisperado  and  nobody dared-make the  first move.  The dense   throng' stopped in almost a  *  straight line,  like'i. river"checked by an  invisible  barrier.      'Tell  him  to  hurry,  Jim!' somebody shouted from the crowd.  'Make haste,  John,' called Moon through  tlie door, 'these gentlemen   want to hang  you.'    The sally raised a laugh and for a  moment there was a gust of rough badinage,  but it Avas evident  that  the crisis  could  not be prolonged many   seconds  more.    And that brings me to the Avater  episode, from Avhieh 1 haA'e slightly wandered.  "While Moon Avas holding the crowd at  bay," continued the story teller, "a company of militia had been rushed to the  scene, but hesitated to fire. You see,  public sentiment aviis so generally AA'ith  the rioters tliat nobody cared to tako the  responsibility of ordering a volley. Just  then captain Dave Cook, Avho Avas at the  time chief of the Rocky mountain police,  came galloping up on horseback, leading  the way for a steam fire engine, and before anybody realized his purpose a four-  inch stream of ice water Avas turned on  the thick of the throng., Tlie eifect was  _^sinipiy^^iii'actllouS.=jL=-AViis^a=Ver^eold  day dud tho lio*. de Of infuriated westerner.-, avIio AROnld surely hitve stood their  groulici against a fiteilfc'lie.of riflbs, simply  turned*tail and,_i"tn.i1 .livtheir frantic efforts to get out of the way of the Avater  scores of people were kuocked-dbAVn a,nd  trampled on. It was a complete rout and  in two minute- the street Was as empty  as a drum.  "What is more the thing prevented  any reassembling at Other fioints, for the  fellows who had beeh chased by- the liose  were so chagrined at the absurd figure  tliey eiit that they immediately sneaked  off home aiid by the time they secured  day clothes had lost, all interest in the  Chinese question. Thus a riot was turned into a ��ootl joke and for a long time  afterward the happy 'expedient tliat won  the day Avas referred to as 'Dave Cook's  water cure,' warranted, to relieve any  ease of municipal congestion.' "  INDIVIDUALITIES.  After the performance of "Lohengrin"  at Windsor castle on May 25th, Queen  Victoria conferred the Victorian Order on  Jean de Reszke.       -  Sir Thomas O'Connor Moore,. Bart., has  been ejected from the room lie lived in  Avith his family at Cork, because lie was  unable to pay the rent of twenty-five  cents a week.         Senor Leony Castillo, the Spanish embassador at Paris, has, on behalf of the  queen-regent of Spain, presented to  prime minister Dupuy the cross of the Order of Carlos the Third, in recognition of  the measures taken by- the French government to prevent Carlist excursions into Spain by Avay of the frontier.  Tho neAV earl of Strafford, the honorable and Rev. Francis Edmund Byng,  who lias .succeeded his brother, who mar- ,  Is n<>w prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  ot Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin, B-.C-i antJ  Dawson City, Yul^oq District.  ried Mrs. Samuel J. Colgate in New York  last December and Avas recently killed, is  the third brother avIio has held the  famous title, for the Strii.lords have been  A'ery unlucky in the matter of male issue.  Of nine earls who have died since the  first creation in 1010, no fewer than live  Jliave left no sons.  The christening of the neAV America's  Cup defender, Columbia, was done by  Mrs. Iselin, Avife of C. Oliver Iseliu, the  managing owner of the j-acht, avIio Avas  also one of the owners of the Defender,  which raced in 1895. Before ..her marriage on June 9fch, 1894, Mrs. Iselin Avas  Miss Hope Goddard, only child of colonel  William Goddard, of Providence, R. I., a  multi-millionaire manufacturer. Mrs.  Iselin is an ardent yachtswoman.  Sir Salter Pyue, the Englishman Avho  has passed the last thirteen j-ears of his  life in Cabul, as a sort of general supervisor for the Ameer, has had (a more or  less serious difference regarding money  matters Avith that potentate, and has left  Afghanistan, probably for good. He says  thatthe Ameer is in fairly good health  just now, but that he has not been able  to walk, or even to stand on his feet, for  the last five years, aud that his next attack will probably be fatal.  Dr. Playfair, the London physician who  Avas condemned to pay fifty thousand  dollars damages for libel a feAV years ago  Avas hurt in a queer automobile accident  recently. He was going up a hill Avhen  something gave AA'ay and the carriage began to roll backward doAvn the slope.  The driver applied the poAver-brake to  the rear Avheels, forgetting that hc Avas  going backAvard, Avith the result that the  carriage stood up on end and tipped backAvard, bruising Dr. Playfair as it fell upon him.  In Austin county, Texas, there is a remarkable German . family consisting of  fif ty;six people. Caspar Schmidt and his  Avife, the founders of the family, are still  alive. n Mr.' Schmidt went to Texas and  settled the league, tliat his descendants  Occupied in very early times. . Strangely  enough, he had but ono son.** This son,  however, whose name is John Schmidt,  married AA'hen ho was twenty years of  age, and he has raised fifteen bbys and  girls. Five of these have married, but  not one has yet left the parental roof.  These five married sons and daughts have  twenty-five children, and there are six  'great-grandchildren of Caspar Schmidt in  the family.  Professor Albert A. Michelson, head instructor of physics in the university of  Chicago since 1892, avIio has just been  elected an honorary member of the Royal  Institution of Great Britain, A\Fas born in  Strelsna, Poland, in 1852. He has found  time to invent several important instruments for measuring the length of light  waves. The invention that brought him  most fame is an interferometer, -which  not only measures light waves, but counts  the Avaves. His first notable invention  was   an instrument   for   measuring the_.  Europe of secretary Porter, Avas made  assistant-secretary in 1898, and for the  past few months has been ably filling the  principal post and conducting affairs in  the White house in an admirable manner.  Iu 18S0 he AA'as made private secretary to  the post-office inspector in NeAV irork  city. Two years later Mr. Cortelyon Avas  appointed private secretary to the fourth  a*si:-tii.t post.naster-general, then Mr.  Rathbone. In 1S92 he resigned, but Avas  at once made secretary of assistant postmaster-general MaxAvell. Mr. Cortelyon  is a laAvyer of ability. He has the degrees of bachelor and master of Iiiavs, and  his extensive experience amply fits him  for the present position.  The sensational collapse of the French  horse Holocauste, whose death represented a loss of thirty thousand dGllars to his  owner, Avas an intense disappointment to  a large French contingent Avhicli went  over to England to sec Avhat Avas confidently predicted to be a victory for their  representative in tlie great Derby race.  The Paris newspapers are furious, and  blame the Epsom authorities for leaving  the course in a disgracefully dirty condition, for-it'is gravely declared that Holocauste slipped  on a piece  of orange-peel.  FULL LINE OF  There Avas a, great rush for relics after  Holocauste was slaughtered. His ears,  mane, tail and hoofs Avere cut off, aud the  gypsies did a roaring trade in selling  bunches of hair cut from their own gray  horses and palmed off as genuine Holocauste souvenirs. In spite of the clatter  of disgruntled losers, Tod Sloan, the  American jockey, heads the list of win-  ners this year, having avou thirty-five  per cent of his races, while the best English jockey has only avou nineteen per  cent.  W. J. l-irby, A'ancouver  it. Irwin, Ainsworth  Henry Roy. Iiossland  A. .1. JtcCrno, Montreal  J. II, Gooselin, I��. Q.  N. D. de Stnnbridiio, P. Q.  R. McGn re, Mollie Gibson  HOTEL   ARRIVALS  HUME.  I. A. Williams,  l-inK-ton  H. A. Oiirki.-, Uobson  (!. W. Avcr.ll. Grand Korku  II. V. I.ove, Krio  A. II. Honllon, Spokane!  Mr.--.    11.   I.cincu.an,   Kort  Steole  SILVER KING.  AV K. Davis, Rossland  F. Phillips, Ymir  VV. T. Glasson, Ymir  .1. Teeson, Gladstone  M. McCaago, Gleiifjary  A. York, Slocan City  John J, Biinms, Winnipci  J. A. McLean, Kuskonool  QUEEN'S.  1). McKoclmio. Winniprg  Geo. A. BiRelow, Creston  A. P. Bluntly. Kaslo  w  ��� <=-*��� ��� c=> ���& ��� ,C ��� (=> ���(  *>��� ��=*���(=>��� (=3^&' (=>' !=>���  "You pays your money and  you takes your choice"  1_tf  ffl  B  B  TRKMONT.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring"  local and coast.        ;  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  , Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of 'ill kinds.  If what you want is not in stock we.will make it for you  CAM/AND GET PRICES. ���  J. Hawkins, Rossland  C. Cameron, Summit!,  A. Olson, Hall creek  MADDEN.  D. J. Crbnin, Grand Forks  J. H. Mackio, Slocan City  R. Gibson, Sandon  T. Downs. Creston  P. McMahon, London, Ont  PHAIR.  J. M. McDougal, Montreal  T. H. O'Brien, Vancouver  C. AV. Young;, Wellington  T. L. Mitchell, Sandon  J. V. Porter, Amherst  A. A. McEwen, ltossland  Max Ronald, Rossland  Mrs.  J.   Ainsworth,   Halcyon  E. Rice, Burton City  A. Thompson, Burton City  Carl Strom, AVinnipeg  P. Nally. Brooklyn  P. M.  Schamberg, Slocan  City,  J. O'Ncil, Creston  M. Stevenson, Ainsworth  S. Henderson, Vancouver  J.   A.  McDonnell,   Greenwood  J A. Smith, ltossland1  AV. 11. Torranoo, Halifax  J. JI. Young, Toronto  F. J..Fcnucai_o, Rossland  Ladies' Vests  Ladies' Vests .    .    .  Ladies' Vests    .     .  Ladies' Vests .    .    .  Ladies' Vests  Sleeveless Silk Vests .  Sleeveless Silk Vests .  Ladies' Silk Vests with  sleeves    .    .    .    .    .  IOC  15c  20c  25c  35c  $1.25  1.50  2.00  Ladies' Gloves    .  Ladies' Gloves .  Ladies' Gloves    .  Ladies' Gloves    .  Ladies' Gloves .  Ladies' Gloves.  .  Ladies' Gloves .  Children's Gloves  Children's Gloves  ffl  ffl  ���   ���   35c  ffl  . 40c  ffl  ffl  .    .    50c  ffl  60c  ffl  ���   ��� 75c  ffl  ffl  .   "-$r.oo  ffl  r-5o  ffl  .    .     20c  ffl  ffl  .    .    . 25c  ffl  MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.  ���ffl.  D&  BANK  OF  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  _-__:_--_-_:s casual  ��8  ���c=>'���(=>'.C��>-c=>'���<=>'.&.(=>.(=>'.(=>.(=>.(=>'.��� .  .^.(=>.��2i(=>.L  * ___���*��_��__, ��� CS**;  ���@  .g@  The tremont Hotel  llpi_-|��E & TRECiLLUS  P. Bumsi&'.Co^  WHOLESALE- AND   RETAIL  Meat Merchants  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Prospeetors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  J. A. Say ward  HAliL'AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  CHARLES HILLYER,  PRESIDENT  HARRY HOUSTON*,  HECKBTAUY  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  One  of the-best and most popular hotels, in Nelson.  QUEEJMS HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  __.xi��ri_?__!i-_  MANUFACTURERS OK  DEALERS IN*  rolocit^O-light.    He measured tlie start,  dai'.d meter at_?aris last year.    He is also.  ��� tlte iii\Teutor of a si-ec-VQscbpiQ tliat lias .a  Mgiier sei_ai'atiug poAver than, any othei"  ins-rumen t in use.  George Bruce Cortelyon, avIio has been  appointed' secretary of president M-Kin-  ley   during    thfe   indefinite   absence   in  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  FACTOHV WORK DO.VB TO OKDl'R,  SUCH AS  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Largo  comfortable  bedrooms and   first-class  dining  room.   Sample tooiiis for commercial men.  BATES   ��2   E��E3R   X>Ja.*3T  Wholesale Markets at /.efson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL   STORES AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.      ���'.-_  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  West Kootenay Butcher Coy  ������<:- '���: rr ���������-���     -. p:.'���'��� ���'���.y.2'-.  ALL KIMDS OF FRESft AND.SALTEH.MEATS |Y  y   ,'��� 'i^iiisiLliSi^ffl^ii��iS3|  FisiiilifiS^iPiii  ,a^A/an i'w^'^^a'm^mam��^^-J&bi?0��nK^��m-nyn   '*a��$B* * ni%?��' ^'^^^  ��� ���"��� > ."s   " \y.~ -��"T^%3.7^7?j*C7*""Yf*,��*'iv*"!v"H-0-i^  Baker Streetl^Nels&h\ w  n-2nn DVoflDno    S��  �� $ "oT^^S  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  y:$0y  ^��Mmy  -E..n^-'':-.^P.-_3:.-  ^:..y"iS:yi  All communications feelajing, t_> iB^itish* ^blui^biaj.buAJ^es's,fypy ^.e-^dfis^i^t^^'^^Ofjaj^il  ,      "      505��YNe!��.S_n, "Britisfi Columbia '"����"    '���"'''   "^/�����"i,d*'��"����Vi  Mrs.  E.  0.   CLARKE,  Prop.  Late of the Koyal Hotol, Calgary,  -IK-ST-PHr���  Glass of all Sizes and: Kinds  Sa:\vmill oil Govenmient wharf,  factory and oflleo, corner "Hall _fcrecfc and G:1'_R. track  Corner Baker and Ward Streets,  For  Struw-eErlQ- iind  yipur oi'd.r  otlioi* ..nit- ii. softson.  Prompt, delivery.  Ijcavo  Hazlewood Ice Cream  Ioe Cream Soda and  All Kinds o_ Soft Drinks  MILLS & LOTT  Agents for Hazlewood, Ico Creairi.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson_  MEALS AT ALL HfOURS. DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  :r.    ^3yxrJEt^Et~sr,    pbofbietob  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOR SALE OR HIRE  AVILL DO WELL TO  .AT  G. 0,  A largo stock ot flrst��class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of-Hendryx-street; Nelson  Telephone, 91 Jofol*-   R&6,   Age_lt  PITER ��_W-�� *��� 60.  Headquarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  r\. D. PME> Manager.  The flhost hotel in the interior.  Largo sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric liglit.  'CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON STS.. NEI.SON'  se  BAKER A->*��> WARD' 'SITREEl'S, NELSON,  d. RODERICK HOBER^SQN/ feheral "M-ariager -r ' KiUf"'<^iyf'^]^"-'A'"^^  S. S FOWLER.IE.M,, Miriirig 'Engineer ''      1  N-t-L^MWS.R'. 't/i-- ���I-w'-ft  The Slocan te pMrehtsK ��wilffi  ���G_>'__f*   _STEl;I_!S.i03Sr,   EL, &_ *' " "'"     .        r;';,  Is   now prepared  to  buy all   classes of silver, go!cls silver-leael,, lead gnd  copper Ores.   The carefpijxlM?yiidh-ZhLen_to Jar%e. coriitracte  to the small_st shipper.    Prompt settlements and  choice of mode of safnpl**  ing guaranteed.  Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B�� C.  GEORGE JVL UcVOWKLh, Manatee.  O. M. ROSENDALE, Purcl.asii.g' Agetiu  W ���w��l  ,,.-.fle.Sl'll  W. A. THURMAN  SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a full line of  ROYAL SEAL AND KOOTEKrA^ BELLE Qi&AMS  And all othei> brands of the  spec-  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  #  Boats built to order.   Repairing and fitting a   .  ialty.   Sails made and rigged.   Flitting rods.and tackle  mended.   At Government wharf, Nolson..  TENDERS   WANTED.  Tenders will be received up till noon on Wednesday,  June 28th, 18911, for sinking a S by 7 fool, shaft 50 feet  more on the present, shaft of Fairmont mine, now 100 fect-  decp, at Ymir cam]). Tho lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.   Rids to be sent to  HENRY C. CARR, Consulting Knginecr,  June 21st, 1K��.. ��ox S��),'Nelson. R. C.  We mako a specialty of  Siyplap arjd Double Dressed IVjaterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Office and yard near C;P.R. depot   K, G. BKKlt; Agent.  coat river KmrnuQ.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  . All sizes ofdimcnsiou timber and all kinds of lumber  out to order, and shipped- to Nelson in carload lots  Write for pricoa.  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained uhdGr ono  management since 1890.  The becl-rooms are well furnished aild lighted by  ole-trioity.  Tho dining-room is not second to any in Ivbotenay.  The bar is always Stocked by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot al  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus tneets all trains  Hourly street, car to station  Revelstoke, 6. C.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO,  COFFKK  ROASTKRS   AND    DEALERS  AND   COKEKE.  IN   TEA  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best (_m.lity as follows:  Java and Arabian Alacha, per pound     10  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds....;.   1 M  Fine Santos, I pounds ..:   1 ffl  Santos Blond. 5 pounds   1 00  Our Special Blend. 6 pounds, -.IM  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds........   1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East   of   Oddfellows  Baker Stoat   ���  BlocK,   West  ing  AT EACTORV PRICKS  OF  _-3-__3_L,SO_5r_   B.C.  Nelson lent and Awning Manufactory  all ___i_sr__)s o_n  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  V..'-.._E_��t-_��*--3  ALL SIZES OF TENTS IN STOCK  Baker street, opposito postofllec, Nelson  heo. ivc^v-iDsonsr  W. P. DIOKSON  B. H. H. APPLEWHAITB  3*. MoPHBB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply ai Construe&i ��.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  NELSON, B. C.  Complete Electric Equipments for Eleotrie Power Transmlsalon and Lighting Sot Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P.O.BOX606, Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O. THE TBTBUKE:   NELSON,. B. C, FRfDAY, JUNE  1899.  Cool and Refreshing  When tired and heated there is nothing so  refreshing" as a drink of Soda Water.  We have all flavors and our fountain is the  best in Nelson.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  COUNKR HAKKR AND JOSEPHINE STRKKTS. NKLSON  !!*__.  A  r  rV.  11:  See  GILKER'THE FURNISHER  FOR  Summer Shoes  CANVAS OXFORDS  CANVAS BALS  TENNIS BALS  In all colors, white, gray and tan.  FROM  $1.25 Up P.O. Store  \  Iff ���'<������-���.  j-J-Y  ffty'i  Remember the Name  NEELANDS'  ,1b will ho to  your  advjiiitiigo  w-v.  !;->.>_��� ���.n_  EMPORIUM  to sec.our-large  and complete stock of Boots and Shoes. We  carry the following lines:' 3, &, T, Bell, J.  -D. King '__ Co.,-North Star Shoe Co., Foots,  Schultz & Co., Stratford .Shoe = Co., Ames, Holden & Co., and other" leading makers.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  ~ 26 AND" 28 WKST RAKER STREET, NELSON  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  An Echo From Goat River Valley.  George Arthur Bigelow returned to  Nelson yesterday. He says tliat G'eorge  Alexander and tliose who are interested  with him in the Alice mineral claim will  have a force of men of work in a day or  two building a wagon road to the Alice  and preparing the property for an extensive policy of development. George Arthur says that the Alice i.s the most admired prospect on Kin}, creek. Ft is  about two miles from Creston, and the  control I inK interest was .secured IVoni  Jap King and Hen Anderson for $80.10.  Tlie ledge he describes as four feet wide  and says Lhat it has been traced for 2700  feet. Of the country lying around in the  vicinity of where Llie celebrated Alice  pretends to be George Arthur says that it  is such a country as any one might envy,  but its wealth will never be known until  the proposed wagon road i.s built and ballasted and the pay car makes regular  trips between tho Alice and Creston, the  hub of the Goat river valley.  NELSON.  J. ft. Wray has removed his tailoring  establishment to the east store iu the  Carney block, between H. 3. Evans & Co.  and the Kootenay Coffee Company.  Between one and two p.m. today the  teachers of the Nelson public school Avill  give lessons to their pupils which will be  open to the public. Between two and  three p. in. the results of the recent examinations will be held, and it is also  expected that speeches will be -made by  some of the school trustees, the local  ministers, the mayor and others.  George Arthur Bigelow of Creston is iii  Nelson.  Sergeant Beer had the members of the  local comi.auy of rifles out last evening,  and spentan hour on the recreation ground  in putting them through-their drill.- The  men have a smart appearance, but they  are hampered in their company drill by  the non-attendance of several who enlisted Avhen the company was first  formed.  ���TV. C. McLean and TV. A. McLean have  secured the contract for the excavating  necessary for the stamp mill wliich the  William Hamilton Manufacturing Company Avill erect on the Granite mines for  the Duncan Mines Limited.  Petty thieving-appears'to be on the increase in this city. There is nothing daring in the work of the thieves. They appear, to make the most of houses which  are .left vacant for. a few hours iu the.  afternoon, .and larders which .arc not se:  cured with burglar proof combinations.  It is such work as might be expected from  the _ittle army of vagrants*" Avhieh has  sought refuge' in Nelson .' after being'  driven but. of surrounding places..    .  "T. Mitchell, who has tlie "contract for  erecting*the liuth eoncentrator.afc Sandon,  and the Bunker Hill ifc Sullivan mill in  Idaho, arriA'ed in tho city from Sandon  yesterday evening. Be reports that the  building for the Ruth mill is-up and enclosed ready for the machinery. The  "Bunker  Hill  <fc Sullivan   mill  building,  wliich was recently blown up by the  strikers, i.s also up, and forty jigs have  ^already been installed. The mill i.s expected to be ready by August 1st Avhen  it will have a daily capacity of SOO tons.  Hugh Nixon is putting the Baker street  approach fco the city in presentable shape  for the celebration. He is laying a ten-  foot sidewalk from Kootenay to Hail way  street, and it is understood that tlie Canadian I'acilie Bail way Company will continue the same to the company's depot.  The conimittee who are soliciting  money for the addition to the Kootenay  Lake General ilospital have secured subscriptions to the amount of :,:;.700.  The six special constables who were  rushed out to Vinir mine a short time  ago are returning home. Tin re is a  marked difference between their coining  and their going. Tliose who sent them  to the Vmir mine, armed with police  badges, thought their presence so essential that a special train was chartered to  whirl them from Nelson to Y'niir���while  sober-minded -people Smiled. Their going created a considerable stir' but their  coming will not be noticed. They are  dropping into Nelson and surrendering  their badges, and the shedding of their  authority is unnoticed.  The city clerk has received soA-eral replies to his advertisement in eastern  papers for tenders for the city debentures.  G. VV. Wood ifc Son, Amelius Jarvis<fc Co.,  G. A. Stimson <fc Co., all of Toronto, and  tlie New York Life insurance Company  have already Avritten asking for details  regarding the issue.  O.M.i-oseiidale,ore buyer for the Slocan  Ore Purchasing Company, came in last  night from the Boundary country. He  informed a Ti?iisuni_. reporter that he had  been .offered the position of chairman ofthe British Cohinibia mineral exhibit of  the mining department of the approaching fruit fair at Spokane this autumn.  The citizens' band under the leadership  of Frank Grand, held their first practice  of the season last night at the (ire hall.  The manager of the Nelson Lacrosse  Club has receiA'ed a letter stating that  the Rossland club Avill compete here on  the first of July.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  eavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Brill Steel  <���    CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  G-iant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Whari  til  o  co  CO  3C  CO  _J  CO  -���cC  _���  CO  GO  ���1  3>  CO  r���  co  0  GO  o  CO  CO  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  l-l-OPE-lTY  ___SS&^��3_i__$��S_��__��^  X_X_I^Oa^33W!INC 1  DINING   ROOM  ___���_-  I  Corner Uilkoi' and Wilr-l Streets  NELSON,   B_a  DRAWING   ROOM  _ML_\._rTX3NTG^  30 by  120, Bnkor street, between  Josephine  and  AVard si reel s .** ��8000  50 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets -.   J500  50 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hull  streets, corner  ,   .10 by 120, East Baker street ,..    SOO  25 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street   5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Aroriiou  street   G0O0  2 lots"aiiil.largo house" beautifully f__ni-hed,(6i_ap)'._. JOOO  2_ lots, with cottage Sen ted at ��,13, pc_ ii-ionth,. Victoria,  ���   streei.;y..:.,...���,.���...".:.:.���:���., ,...=...;:_,.., ;..,. 3500-  _ lot witlicottagcrenteaat ��13 pei' mouth, Victoria  .street,* , _.  2500  2 lots With cottage rented at��20pernionth, Stanley   ���  * Street;...,.,..��...77,...7,. . ,,....V,..."." ".'."...,. 3000  ���61o^ij___,pcJt_^^,AlI:61ca-OtlJ-nd.foliceain ^....^goCKL  Fair Prices  Square Dealing'  Liberal Treatment  rators  PRICES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrence Hardware Co.  isrELsonsr, e. c  (fl'OO.  fl-i'oom liouse aiid 10 lots sot. out in orchard    2 lots and improvements-, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,  wagons, sleighs, harness, itn'd every thing in con-  noption with Hurry's in ilk ranch . . ,.<..    -500  por general information on real estato and for further  particulars on abOvo property apply to  ���WJ^MJD BEOS.  Real Knt_te d.tl.1 General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  nil grocers a��d fruit store (IcalcTS  Kepi, by ...  Lime .hi ice Ciordi. I, HasptoeiTy, Strawberry,  Pineapple, Lemon, "V.inlH_, Sarsaparilla, Chou  .Into, CoU'eo. Orange, Orange-Phosphate.  OUR   LEADERS  I will show an extensive line of j.oods bought direct  from the manufactures in England, France, Germany,  and the United Slates. Also goods from Ihe best Canadian manufacturers.  The latest and best in Gold, Silver, Coral, aud Plated  Jewelry, Ebony and Cut Glass.  I also carry alarge variety of Gold and Silver No vol tics,  Brooches, Stars, Crescents, Pins, etc.  AVe always eairy a complete line of AVatchcs.  ALWAYS JN STOGK.  * - .. -.  ,10 and 11 carat Solid Gold Lorgnettes.  5; 10 itild 20 year* Jlorgnettes.'  Gilt and Braid Lorgnettes:  Coral and, Silk Lor-gnettes.   Itoll-d-Platc.Blo.isOJSul,..    Gold Filled filcuso Sets.  Silver and Gilt Jitonso Sets,  Gold and Silver ..dsli 'Buckles.  Plate and Gilt Sash Buckles.  5, it), 15, and 20 year Kolled Plato Gold Pillci Alberts.  Silver, Gilt, and Goldine Alberts.  1(J0 styles and (j _ itfiU'e- in. Brooches...  100 styles iii Pin_.,  5, 10. la. and 20 yea.  llollqd Pinto and. Gold Filled  Links and Buttons;  Silver and Pearl Li.nl-s. Buttdns and Studs.  Cut Glass Perfume Bottles.  Gut Glass KloW-or IT orders.'  Out Glass Toilet Jtottl_...  .Cut Glass ih .10 diHureiit styles and aH.icl0s_  Diamond 'Kings, Ctavand Gem King in every known  stone and design.  A Volley of Economy that Carries Conviction into Every.VHome In Nelson  3n spite  of (J 10 howling suc-uss of liis. Aveeks big stock rccluctiiux sale, sonio  Hiio,s scattered through t-lic crockery department escaped the limn-  iiger's pruning knife, or the customer's attention. These, with a _core of Tucky purchases in other lines, arc your fruit for this Aveek. This Kale.would not be necessary  hod the warm weather come tAvo or three weeks earlier, but. it is our rule in business to lower the. stock before our .semi-annual inventory, "Wo ti'ikc our medicine  philosophically and will greet you pleasantly avIich you come to help u_ empty our  shelves to the (juick-step time of stock-taking prices.  __' ABB THE EXCIiJ-TSIYB AG-ENTS  for many Of the best lines of  groceries, and always tfave a fresh, wholesoirie stock art hand.  the  JM.til. orders' prom I"]}��� atlolhled lo.  Jf'int. watch, rejliliriiig a ,s)ioei.tltyP��  ���^  telephone 10.  P. O, Box K & W.  Baker street West, Nelson  VIGTOIHA  ���VANCOUVER  Ti'KLSOJS  Thorpe & Co.,  i.iifi'rKO.  FOB STYIISIIIILINEBY  M  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  rs.    E:   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINE STBEET, NEI.SON  Ice Cream  (HAZLEWOOD)  AND  Ice Cream Soda  /\T CENTHAL FRUIT ST0I|E  H'rcsii Krnit received daily  Next door to Nelson Wine Co." ���'" ' ,.��� ��� ���  Telephone US.     . .,     UUMI-IlilflVS & PrjTOOK  AINSWORTH   LICENCE   DISTKICT.  Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons havo made application under the provisions of the  "Liquor Lie *ncc Act, 1899," for hotel licenses at the places  set opposite to their respective names:  AV'. H. Hell, at Argenta.  Heclor Poirior at Duncan City.  James JMcKiernan at Lardo.  AV. & .1. Simpson at Duncan City.  Kobcrt Inco at Duncan City.  jMaf?lio & Nelson at Duncan City.  Lowes & Harrington at Duncan City.  Frank McQncslion at Duncan City.  NELSON LICENSE  DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given tlmt the .tiiulormentioned  has ni{ulo applicallfin ur.dor  per-  tho provisions of the  an hotel lioun.se at the  son  "Liniior License Act, l-!_V' for  place set opposite to his name.  Hank Jsfoll at Salmo.  A nieol.in-K of the board of license commissioners of the  Nelson License District will be held to consider this anil  other applications at the court house at thecity of Nelson on AVednesday, the 5th day of July. 1890, at the hour  of ll o'clock in the forenoon,  WM. II. J3lTLLOOJv-WE��5T.Kll,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Provincial Police Olllce, Nelson,11.,C,, 21st June, ISilil.  Josepii Howson at Duncan City.  Mo vey & Cummins at Dnncni  K. R. vipond at Duncan City.  & Qnmmins at Duncan City.  _..    ipond at Duncan City.  George P. Fournior at Duncan City.  A meeting of the Board of Licence Commission  the Ainsworth Licence District will be held to co  isioncrs of  consider  sucli applications ai. i.iiu wnir_ nuunu hi.hu; uh.j. of ICaslo  on Friday, the thirtieth day of June, 18HII, at Ihe hour  of ton .o'clock in the forenoon.  WM. H. JJL'LLOCIv-AVKUS'l'Klt,  ..   -   - ' Chief Licence Inspeelor.  1 -roviiicial -Police Olllce, Nelson, 11. (.:., Iflth Jiiiie,.i8!)!l.  MONEY SA��UD BY BUYING- YOETB  Eiirp.. -J'Koayi; xr.s  Wo carry, tile largest.st 00k  Gan fill ymir orders for any ()iiantity  DesBrisay &> Co.  NELSON  LICENSE  DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that tlio undermentioned persons luiveniado application under the provisions ol" the  "Liquor License Act, 1899," for hotel liccusesftt the places  set opposite to tlieir respective names.  T. G. Proclorat Jlalfour.  David Clarke at Pilot Day.  A meeting of the hoard of license commissioners of the  Nelson Li. ensc District will be held to consider such tip-  plication.s.at the court hmiso at the city of Nelson on  Wednesday, the 5th day of July, 189!), at the hour of 11  o'clock in the furunonii.  WM. If. HlM.I.OCIv-WEH-'TKK,   * .  . Chief License Inspector.  Provinbinl.Vlico. Olllce. Nelson, 11. <-:..- 21st Juno, lKW.  FRUIT JARS!    FRUIT JARS!  Direct   from the manufacturer in pints,  quarts,  and  .half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JOHN A. IRVING & COMPANY  Baker Street West, Nelson, 11. C,  SPECIAL ATTENTM  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Mod  The supply Is limitod, bo call early and examine thi. Htock.   '_-���-''  .��  ��_����� .,._

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