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JEFFRIES   IS   CHAMPION  NOW
Fitzsimmons Counted Out.
Nkw York, June 9.—A roar if ap»
jause grcetctl tlie appearance of Fit*.-
simmons this evening and a monster
floral liorseslioe with tlie emblem "Good
hick to the champion," was carried in
behind him. JolTerios came in immediately after him and climbed into the ring.
The men stripped at 1.0:19. Jefferies
looked a veritable giant and Fit:/, also
looked as if he were in the pink of condition. As they shook hands Bob said :
"May the best man win."
First   round—Hob    dances    and   .Toll'
feints.   ..J cileries crouches  as   Fit'/,   leads
left.    It  goes  over  his  shoulder  and   a.
light    clinch     follows.       They      break
instantly.       JelVeries      is      short      ou
a      left     jab    for     the      head.     More
dancing      follows,      Jeffries       touching
the chest with his left and catches   Fit*.-
simmon's   mouth  light   with   the  same.
Jeffries closes  into  a  tight clinch, then
crouching pushes his left to the stomach,
but   his   left   swing   only   grazes   Fit/.-
siinnion's shoulders.     Jell Vies, pushes two
lefts to the  Avind  and  chest,  then jabs
Fit/.sinnnon's face twice.     Jeffries misses
left for the head anil in a rush  puts his
left in Fitzsiminon's neck,  and his right
over the heart.     Dancing  away  from  a
return, Jeffries  seeks  to  clinch.      They
break  and   Jeffries  lunges  wildly  with
left.   Jeffries'shoots a straight left on the
jaw and Fitzsimmons goes down squarely.
The third round  starts  with  a  clinch.
Fitzsimmons lauds with a left and  Jeffries comes back A\*itli left on the nose and
tlie. claret shows on   Fitz's face.     Bob
plants a good one right  OArer  the  heart,
and   after   an   exchange  of left  facers,
Fit*, hooks the left to neck, and Jeffries
comes back hard on   the  ribs  with  his
left and a right, to ...stomach.   Jeffries jabs
his left twice to  face,  and  puts  a stiff
one   on    the    stomach    with    his   left,
and "repeats it a -second time.    Fitz hooks
his left to ear and his right goes in-cr Jefferies' head.    Jefferies ducks another one,
and then ducks into a stilt  left, catching
it on the mouth.    Both men  were sparring at gong.       °
. Iu the fourth round Jefferies misses a
left, but ducks Fitz's right swing to the
stomach. Jefferies puts a good right
over the heart. His left for the wind is
stopped, but he shoves a hard left to the
neck. Fitz smiled and hooked his right
to the ear. Jefferies plants a
sledge - hammer right over the
heart. Another miss of Fitz's
right draws J elf erics' right to
his,ribs. Fitz puts a, slight left to the
mouth and brings his" right to the ear.
Jeffries il ticks into aswiftdeft swing. He
rushes 13ob to the ropes but^good foot-,
Avork got Fitz out of danger.
In the fifth  round  Bob  puts his  left
straight on* the mouth, and-Jeffries misses
. a left for the head.    Both miss their left.
Bob shoots his left to the head and SAvings
to the ear with the same glove.    Jeffries
sends his left to tlie  wind, and  right to
\ the ribs.    Fitz rushes and  puts his  left
on the nock, andMed'erics misses a savage
left swing.    Jefferies•* shoots  a straight
left to Fitz's mouth, and  plants a liglit
, blow on the chin.
Fitz is up.' and ready for p the sixth
round. He SAvings his right to the back
of JefTorics' ear, aud then jabs the face
with his left, Jefferies countering
• with a left on tlie mouth. Bob" jabs his
, left to the chin but misses his right, and
Jeffries swings his left to the forehead.
Jelfries  ducks Avith a right hook on  the
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ear.     They   swap  left  facers  and  Bob
misses a right SAving as the gong goes.
Jn the seventh Fitz rushes Jeffries
across the ring but is s-liort Avith his left,
_and_ J elIVies-scnd--a_hofc_lef t_to_his_faco.-
They come together, Jelfries right slapping Bob's side. Jeffries barely touches
tho side. Bob is stopping handsomely.
Jelfries clinches against the next tA\*o
leads, and Fitzsimmons put in a right on
the ear. Jeffries ausAvers with liis right
! iti the ribs. Fitz lands a light left in
rib*,, and then a straight left on mouth.
Both iheii then swing rights\-ou the head.
FitzsiinmOus stops Jeffi'ies swing, and
puts, two lefts on the mouth
"and the neck, cutting Jeffries
ihou_h sofert.-ly. JefTeries' left gives over
Fitzgimiiioiis' shoulder, and Fi(# drives a
Tight Avickexily udder Jeffries' j. cart,
111 tlie eighth j-Giuid Fitzsiihhioiis lands
aloft to iie-k, but misses his? Tight swing.
JIe landed ft left to Jeffries, ribs, his
opponent putting a straight One on Ids
mouth. J^itzsiii-inoiis again misses his
right and Jeffries jolts liiiii on the jaw
Avith his left and then shoots to the
mouth and folloAvs again on the jaAv.
Jeffries, opens the ninth round with
left jabs on Fitzsimmons' month and
Fitz; is wide on his return. Another left
from Jeffries to the mouth and he hooks
it to Fitzsimmons' neck. They swap
rights ou the libs, and Fitzsimmons jabs
a left 011 the face. Jelfries left draAvs
more blood from Fitzsimmons' nose, and
Fitz is Avide again on his return. Another left from Jeffries to the mouth, and
he hooks it to Fitzsimnions' neck. Fitzsimmons is Avide on his return.
In tlie tenth round Jefferies springs in
and hugs, Bob replying. He hooks left
to Bob's chest and then gets in a chest
hit, Bob replying Avith a left ou the eye.
Fitz misses a left hook, ducking nicely.
Jelferies' right is stopped by Bob's elbOAV.
Bob puts a left on the cheek, Jefferies
missing his answer. Fitz misses a left
and right, and Jefferies jabs a left to his
mouth. Fitz croAvds Jefferies to his corner.   Jefferies drives straight to the jaw,
aud Bob falls flat on his back and takes
eight seconds to rise. When he gets up
Jelferies swings a right to the neck anil
again Bob is down. Again he gets up,
but is sent to his knees by a left. When
he rises he clinches and breathes hard.
Just as the gong sounds Fit/. SAvings a
Avild loft and the round closes with Fits.
very groggy.
In the eleventh and last round Jeffries
clinches. Fitz misses his right and Jeffries guts to the neck with his left. Fit/,
puts a left on the stomach and a. right on
the chest. Then he misses his right and
Jeffries plants a right over the heart.
Jeffries darts a straight left to mouth,
sending Bob back, but Bob is still there.
He puts a left on the shoulder. Jeffries
then puts a right on the Avind and a left
to the eye. Two more lefts from Jeffries
follow on Bob's head. Then Jeffries jabs
his left twice like lightning. Noav tAvo
left SAvings are sent to neck
and jaAv, and a right swing
to the ' point . of jaAv, and
the Cornishman falls prone. He falls on
his side and rolls over on his back. The
time-keeper counts 1, 2, 3, 1, 5 ancl 0. Bob
rolls over and the counting continued : 7,
8, 9 and 10, and Fitzsinnnons is out and
Jeffries is championof the avo rid.
The  referee (waved  his   hand   to  the
seconds to carry Fitzsimnions to his corner.    They left him still unconscious, and
set him in his chair.    He reA'ived rapidly.
Meanwhile  a  shouting,  cheering  croAvcl
surrounds Jeffries  in  his  corner.    Fitzsimmons sits disconsolate iu his chair and
Jeffries crossed the ring ancl shakes his
hand.  It Avas it great fight and fought ou
its merits.    It is another illustration that
youth aud strength are too much for more
advanced  years.    Fitzsimmons  left   the
platform a feAV minutes after the battle.
Jeffries Avas never at any time in  serious clanger, aiid after the sizeup  in the
earlier rounds of the contest, ho took the
lead and Avas never headed off.    He had
the Australian from the first round, and
Avould haA'e ended  in  the tenth but for
the lack of time.    It Avas  acknowledged
that J off lies Avould hjivc an immense advantage in Aveight,  height ancl age, but
tho  thousands  aa-Iio tipped. L and  backed
his opponent"to ,av:ii   Av.erc  sure  that he
was sIoav, and that hoAvould, in  that, respect, be absolutely at the mercy of the
.past, master, of ...-he..science, of lighting,
that he Avas to meet.    He proAred,;on the
contrary, that lie Avas just as fast as the
man he met, and beat.him  down  to unconscious .defeat.    Jeffries is  a  veritable
giant in stature, and maiwolously speedy'
for     his    immense    size.        LessL than
a year ago he appeared  in New  York'a
great awkward,  ungainly   boy.    Today
lie is a lithe, actiA*e, alert, trained athlete.
The men Avho prepared him for his light'
Avorkcd Avonders AvithJiim.    They tought
him  a  nearly perfect defense, improved
his foot movement, and instructed him in
the methods   of   inflicting   punishment,
The transition since he appeared last "has
been   little   short    of    miraculous.    At
twenty-four   he    has   defeated   Robert
Fitzsimnions,  Tom Sharkey   and   Peter
Jackson, and if he  cares  for  himself he
Avill probably bo able to defeat all coiners
for many years.
The defeated man Avas just as good as
when on the crisp morning, on the plains
of NeA*ada, he lowered the colors of tho
_thou_peerless_Corbett—He—was—just-as
acti\*e, just as clever, just as tricky, and
just as fearless of punishment. He Avent
unfalteringly to his defeat. He Avas the
aggressor even at moments when he AA*as
blooding and unsteady, and Avhen stunned
by the bloAvs ho receiA'ed, he reeled in-
stintiA'oly toward his opponent, but
found him a different Opponent than he
hail met before Jeffries foiight from a
crouching attitude that wits liard to get
at. He had liis head low, liis back Ava/s
bent down and liis loft arm wasex-Oiided.
He kept jabbnig away with the left and
found no trouble In landing, Jt avus there
tliat his superior -reach told, lie showed
an excellent defense and the ability to
use the hands with .skill. He is game
too, for he never shrank from his punishment. It avi._ a great sight to watch,,
and commenced and ended amid scenes
of Avild excitement.
The men fought before a croAvd of 9000
persons, and stood up in a great beam of
blinding White light. It AA'as like a
thousand' calciums, ancl it shoAved their
great white bodies in strong relief.
When the blood came it Avas of au in-
tenser red than usual. There AA'as not a
suggestion of interference from the police. Chief Devery occupied a seat by
the ringside, but never entered the ring.
When it Avas all over he sent captain
Kenny in to clear the ring. The contest
was pulled off Avithout a Avraugle.
THE LAW ANDjm LAW G.URTS
Brown Won the Suit.
The case of Martin a*s. Brown Avas resumed yesterday morning before Mr. justice Drakej Avhen tho defendant and Ole-
son, the bookkeeper for the Whitewater
Deep hotel, gave their evidence. R_ J_.
L. Brown' swore that ho had engaged the
plaintiff to manage the hotel for him,
ancl had agreed to give him half the tiet
profits as salary, but had never taken
him into partnership. The plaintiff did
not handle the cash, but turned Over the
receipts every day to Mr. Riflle, resident
manager of the Whitewater Deep Mining Company, and had to make requisition to him for money he Avanted.- The
plaintiff had authority to discharge and
engage help, but had no authority beyond
that usually enjoyed by the manager of
a business. Olcson corroborated Btoavii's
eA'idence, especially as regards the plaintiff turning over the funds. After hearing the arguments of counsel, his lordship gaAre judgment for the defendant
with costs.
By consent of counsel on both sides,
his lordship will go into the accounts
and ascertain Avhat sums, if any, are due/
the plaintiff on account of his half share
in the profits. The accounts are practically all admitted Avith the exception of
the valuation of the hotel and stock.
THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT
Boat Club Eegatta Today.
The regatta of the Nelson boat club
Avill be held this afternoon commencing
at _ o'clock. The four oared events Avill
be rowed first, four crews having been
entered." Tho first heat will be between
the Haines and PoA'ah ci-oavs made up as
folloAvs: Haines, stroke, Thomson E. V.,
Macrae and Boyer, and Pov'ah, stroke,
Chainbers,Fraserand Wilson. Their colors
will be yellow and green respectiA'ely.
The second heat will be between the
Brown and Winter crews made up as
follows: Bl'oavii, stroke, Matthews, Morrison and Wetmore, and Winter, stroke,
Thomson II. B., Beer, and McFarland.
Their resiiectivecolors are blue and red.
Folknving the heats in the club fours
the foIloAving events Avill be brought on:
:]Ladies' single sculling race, finals in
club fours, ladies' and geiitleinons' canoe
race, gcntlemens' single sculling race,
criib race, gentlemens' tandem canoe
race, four paddle race.
stand that the co-operation of the military authorities hail been secured, and
that capitalists were financing the movement, but he deposed that he did not
know the names of tne leaders of the
movement. Captain Patterson, formerly
of the lancers, and colonel R. F. Nicholls,
on account of their alleged connection
with the military authorities, are being
defended at the instance of the imperial
government, with a view of eliciting
proof that no British official had any
knoAvlcdge of the matter.
OOfc,
The Metal Quotations.
Neav York, June 9.—Bar silver
Mexican dollars 48ic. Copper dull; bro
kers' $18.25, exchange $18.50. Lead
quiet; brokers' $4.25, exchange $4.45 to
$4.50.	
■      , Countess Esterhazy Divorced.
Paris, June S.— The civil tribunal of
the Seine today granted a diA'orce to
countess Es tei-hazy.
Hodgins Will Be Referee.
In connection With, the settlement of
the litigation betAveen the -.Arrowhead
and Kootenay and the Kaslo aiid Larclo-
Duncaii railways it has been arranged
that all minor points of difficulty Will be
adjusted by captain Daucet, chief engineer for the former line, and J. Gray, chief
engineer for the latter. Should they fail
to agree A. E. Hodgins of this city will
act as arbitrator.
Wants' His Claims Back.
Tho next case Avas  that  of Alexander
vs. Heap, but only the plaintiff gave evidence yesterday.    His story was  brieflj**
to  tlie  effect that  on  July 29, 1897, ho
gaA'e a bond to the defendant  on the To-
cumseh and a three-quarter interest on
.-he.Pontiac for $1250.    He swore-that at
the time of - sale the. defendant assured
him upon his honor  that no  discoveries
of ore, except those he Ioioav of, had been
made, upon2tho   claims.    ■-Subsequently
this turned, out not to be-the case, and so
he  claims  tlie   bond - was  obtained   by
fraud.    C.   W. ,McAnn, Q. C, and R. M.
Macdonald  are'for  the plaintiff, E.   V.
BodAycll, Q. C", and Macdonald & Johnson
for tho  defence.    The  case-Will  be continued this morning at 10.30.
Beresford Scores the Government.
JjONDON*. June 9.—While tho house of
commons Avas in committee ot\supply,'and
. discussing the foreign office A'ote today,
rear-admiral lord Charles Beresford, con-
seiwative member for York city, deliv-
ored a scathing criticism on the government's policy of "drifting in China,'" during Avhieh he said the government deceived the people and allowed the open
door policy to be finally killed by permitting Russia to interfere iu a purely com-
-niorcial-cutcrprisedikc-tho-Shanghai-rail--
road. He then proposed that the four
countries most interested —Great Britain,
tho United States, Japan and Germany—
go to China and offer-to take over and
organize her army. Hc thought that if
Great Britain took tlie lead the United
States Avoulit follow, and:, he asserted also.
that there Avas a distinct intimation that
Japah Avoiild join iii such a movement.
Parliamentary secretary of tlie foreign
office, Hon. William St. John Broderick,
replied, pointing out the difficulties in.
tho way of meeting lord Beresford™'- d-c-
sirej and adding that he thought his lordship oVoi'-saugtline in believing that tlio
United States would follow tlie lead of
Great Britain. Germany, he Continued,
had great interests iii China, but she had
a thoilsatid times greater interests in
Europe. As to treating the Yangtse
Kiang valley like the Shang Tung peninsula, her majesty's government was not
prepared, to undertake the immense responsibility of governing ail inch of that
large territory.
At the Mercy of Bandits.
Nkw York, June 9.—A dispatch to the
Herald from Havana says: Manuel Yri-
bas, manager of tlie Cardenas-Juroca
railroad, who arrived in Havana today,
says brigandage continues uninterrupted
in Puerto Principe province aud also in
Santiago. He says the country around
Puerto Padre, Nuevitas, Gibara and Hol-
guiu is completely at the mercy of bandits. Cattle have been stolen from the
farms and other outrages committed.
Most of the farmers have suspended cultivation in San Manuel and a sugar estate
near Puerto Padre, owned by Mr. Pia, has
been 'obliged to shut down. Cuban soldiers,' mostly, negroes, hang around theV
villages, but won't-work aiid theVrobbor-
ies are ascribed to them, but no attempt
is being made to prosecute .hem.
KASLO.
W. B. Poole of Revelstoke spent Thursday in town on his return from a trip
south. Mr. Poole is manager and the original oAvner of the Nettie L group.of
claims, Avhieh at present is attractingiso
much attention iu the Lardeau district
near Ferguson. A shipment of ore is now
befng made to the Trail smelter. As soon
as; the returns are receiA'ed the OAvners
expect to make arrangements for regular
shipments.
Charlie Schiel, for some years manager
of the Gibson property, oii South Fork,
Which was closed down on the first, is
opening a restaurant at the Nelson house.
J. S. Holland is making ah effort to
reopen Kaslo's notorious comique. He
has communicated Avith the city council
requesting that he be alloAA'od a license
for $2.50 a night, instead of $5 as previously, lt is not expected that the present council Avill offer Mr. Holland any
encouragement to reopen his place of
amusement.
E. N. Murphy, the neAvly appointed
gold commissioner for' Goat River division is in town to make a transfer of
records uoav iu the Lvaslo office anil other
bi_.iijess in connection Avith his new office.
„Dr. Hartin has been appointed 'physician for the Kaslo & Lardo-Duncan railway construction gang. He has leased a
building on "A" aA*enne and* is having
-tho same fitted up as a hospital in Avhieh
he Avill care for his patients.
The steamer Marion succeeded on
/Tuesday iu making the run from Kaslo
to Duncan City, oil Howser lake. She
had little difficulty in getting up. The
only accident she mot with "■'•'as in striking her wheel against a rock, breaking
one of tho paddles.
A meeting of the police commissioners
was held Wednesday to investigate the
recent jail-breaking case. As the prisoner admitted that someone opened the
door for him without the knowledge of
the police, the local police Avere exonerated from all blame. Tho ease is still
being investigated by the city authorities and the police magistrate, who intend to bring the offenders to account.
Contractor Carlson has appointed
Chris"0'Domicll"his"purchasing-;igent"foi'"
supplies on the railroad construction.
"Paddy" McCuo has again bonded his
properties on Twelve-Mile. Tlie bonders
are Austin Corbin and others of Rossland, who Avill commence deA*elopment
,■ work at olicc.. This property lias bceli
worked! cOiisidei'ably in previous years
and is reported to have a. considerable
speculative A'alue.
YMIR.
Val Carson aud Sam McDonald retlii'iied
Thursday from Sixtceii'inile creek whore
they hud' been locating two claims. They
report that tliere are from, twelve to
-(.urteeii feet of snoVi" on the .summit and
some of it is likely to remain all.summer.
Andy McDonald and Steve McKay are
doing assessment work oil tlieir claims
tip Sixteen-niile ereek.
Tho Ileniie.sey brothers in, the Cariboo
Hump country oil Sixteen-mile creek and
Midget creek avo know have a very good
thing and are doing a, lot of heavy work.
J. W. Laird is busy finishing liis new
house.
It would not bo a surprise if the Miners'
Union called out the mill hands from tho
Ymir mill.
The Treason Cases Proceeding.
Pretoria, June 9.—The trial of the
eight alleged former British officers, avIio
Avas arrested  at  Johannesburg  on , May
Kith, on the charge  of high   treason   in
having attempted to enroll   men  with a
view to an outbreak of rebellion, began
here today.     The charge against lieutenant F. J. Tremlett, lieutenant C. A. 1511 is,
and lieutenant John  Allen  Mitchell was
AvithdraAvn, and they Avore called as Avitnesses ..for the.state. ■.     V..-.;.. ■ . :;,.Y-.-v;.
.;. Lieutenant.: Mills, testified" that  overtures Avere niade to liiiii  tbYliold   .JohaiiV,
iiesbiirg aiid  the  forts until  tlie British'
troops came.    He   was  given   to.-under?
Large Party of Nova Scotians Lost.
Victouia, June   9.—T. Boultier, O.S.Fletcher, W. Johnston, I.  Elliott, George
Bishop  and  W. Ross, who  arrived from
.Wrangel   today  on   the  steamer Alpha,
.corroborate the .stories of death, sickness
and   suffering   on  the  Edmonton  trail.
They  report -twelve iudiA'ldual cases of.
death from cither exposure or scurvy.
Boutlier relates the aAvfui fate pf a'party,
of Nova Scotians Avith whom  he started
for the Klondike.    On April 1.0tli of last
year his party of nine started for Halifjix.
They left the C. P. R. at Edmonton, and
with a heavy supply of provisions started
from    the    Athabasca    Landing    trail.
Reaching  the Liard   they followed  its
course for 240 miles.     A camp was made
on the .Liard.    Here the party remained
■'until'the first  of December.    Becoming
impatient they crossed  the  hills,  a distance of a,bout 25  miles  to the  Beaver
river   and    followed    it   for 100   miles.
Then   they   essayed  to   cross  the   Hay
mouutains,    Avhere    the    Hiitton-Paync
party is supposed to haA'e perished..
The first three, among Avhom was
Boutlier, knowing the dangers to Avhieh
the triii exposed-them,- kept closely to
their' two Indian guides. Tho other men
layin tlieir tents longer in the morning,
trusting to oA-ertake the others on the
trail, but Avhile the snow Avas not deep, it
was liglit, and the'high winds 'Ayhich"pre-,
vailed'on 'the hills'.fillediip' the tracks almost as fast as they Avere made. This
was in February, AA'hen the first three became alarmed at the: non-arrival of the
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in accepting "tlie "British  proposition   in,
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-blic^se-poiyts^ii^suelra^iia^ner^as^o^-e^
move   any   possibility    of   double  constructions.     If  tlie  Britisli  govefnpieni
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waits.      It   may    conic   at    any    tiiue
but    it   is   subject   to    delay cif  then,
is    a    ftp'thei*    reference    to    Caiiiada*
The present phiii merely seeks to. avert
a possible olaiSh  between   the daiigei.oji,.
bonlor eleiueiitv but it is. .statinl also rvvij!
help along the final ■(lcihi'Mtioj.,s, a-nd pei'-
lia.'l'S may be accepted; hi-lot- by  the two
govei'iimonl.s as tlie  basis, of th-e  treaty
ma.kii,ig   the   lionndary,   m*   the   ii,iu<lus
inigllt be allowed  to   run along in definitely.
TRADES   PROCESSION   FLOATS
Por Dominion Day.
The merchants and manufacturers of.
the city have entered heartily into the
spirit of the trades procession feature of
the Dominion day celebration, and already a sufficient number have undertaken to prepare floats, which from the
variety of the businesses should ensure a
thoroughly representative display of the
commercial and manufacturing interests
of the city. Tho arrangements for this
procession have been placed in the hands
of A. J. Marks, Thomas W. Gray and
George S. Boor and from the material
offering they should ha\*e no ..difficulty in
making this section of the celebration the
most attractive.
The first Jirm to tako upon itself the
responsibility of preparing a float descriptive of its business was that of R.
Roisterer & Co. They Avill impress upon
tlie A-isitors that Nelson is a city in which
beer is made and the spectators won't
know that it is an "aclvt" until it has
passed .out of sight.
The attractive side ol the fruit exporters' business Avill be displayed by7
Hyde, Titsworth & Co. They can show
in an attractive maimer the importance
of Nelson as a fruit importing"", center by
displaying upon oiie float fruits gathered
from all quarters of tlio globe.   ; ■
Fred Irvine & Co. have promised to be
in line Avith something tasty, descriptive
of the allurements of the bargain
counter, and of the effects Avhieh can be
obtained in aii artistic Avay AA'hen taste
and materials are brought together.
P. Burns & Co. will have a float typical
of the Avholesale meat trader and of a
business Avhicli from a small beginning in
Nelson has spread OA*er the entire iiroy-
ince and retained Nelson as its center.
Thorpe & Co. Avill sIioav Avhat can be
done in the way of,ah-'att_atcive display
of 'aerated Avaters and summer drinks,
goods Avhieh, .manufactured' in Nelson,
.command- a large sale throughout the
district.      Y     * .....
Lillie Brothers and the Neelands Shoe
Emporium, will each haA'e floats illustrating the groAvth of the shoe -.trade."',in ,,
Nelson from the days of the prospectors'
boots to the patent leather period of the
present clay. 7Y'.y:V.V
The   Kootenay   Cigar   Manufacturing V
Company has .uiidertakeu'..to'iiaye a good
turnout and avi'11 doubtless have matters
so arranged that raw leaf put "in hand
when the procession starts Avi 11 be con- 7
vertediuto cigars and distributed
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The Journal's London War Story.
Nhxv' Yoimc, June 9.—A London dispatch to the Evening.Journal says; '"Lord
lvit_h,ouoi' is daily at the war ofiice.
where the staff is plaiining for tbe contemplated Operations in the Transvaal.
It is proposed to. raise the British effective force in South Africa, from 9000 to
.'52,0(10 men. Of these 2000 will be British
troops and 10,000 "will be drawn from
India nnd Australia. In addition it is
said that Canada will aend  a number of
regiments."	
Protecting President Loubet.
Paris, .luiie 1.0.—President Lou bet's
route next Sunday from the Elysee to
.Longchamps Avill be lined with squads of
police. Through the B'ois de Boulogne
the place Avill be strengthened by mounted, republican guards, the various points
of vantage being occupied . by the.inilii.
tary. Beneath the grand.vstaiid severid
coiii.]).a.nies of 'iiifaiitry aa*ill be held in
'readiness-at a iiipnionc's'.notice, and the
iwayVfro.ni the paddock to tlie president's
box will lie iined Avithiiles of the republican guards with fixed bayonets.
/' 3J'<!)rx.xto, l,im$"&^Mi%tip^
'.strike is.o\*fci!j aii-f "^ie:fi*^Vj^l^1e6^ii'^»:a_|^i_>^1_;'B■^.^■as^8
khpCompany tlia.,t t|i_:t1'\a^ch?eSvh;a^
iiifped to AvXftJe, l.i:ripgiiditi_S:al-^^lltb^"^--^
uepeiyed -witli. _ nixod.: l^lti^V^SMs??'
!U*%!| _s some :lS0O"n.|en lu^Et#&4idjv$ici^"_ ^;
;altl,i:ougli tlK^a'ssiif'^ceroB't'lio^
,gai,'di.i:ig tliep__f_'Atiy''.'^.tiu^d'?c^
the..track \ya,sP6^6lt$i fxyfii%^4f%^^^"2u£^
that the company °nA^a4D_;'_lio'rth'aiitledl7|nV=!*/ /y,
the ii.ia.tter of tihxtlc,"pfMiiidnakcc. "aikXfkO-:°"}\°&
pairs-eould not,fail, t^ Di'eate soinef_-lij-i;gv ° V*
ot' tnieasii.ies.s.   Ily ihe stateinents, pi|.t  Y""»""'
JtoHl_^mU_MLaJ_______L^
to appear that tliq sO-eiillod! "(LiipQjudi-
tioiiid" siu-i'oiider Ava»s inerely one of
the conditioii.s of a taeit understanding.
Three members of the commons, &, F.
Claiice. George Taylor and H. A. PdWdil'y.
ilt.terv.iewed goneral lnatiag(;r Hays at .
Montreal, .and .on the subsequent ad-'vlce'. *
of these re|'resen:tati\'c_' tlio .men Ayeht,
l.ack to work at tfieii' former Ayagos.
Those'who ba\*o taken their places jire
from the extra gangs and will go'hack to
theii' fornieV ptij-itifJiiS When the ._ trikei'S
resume work. Messrs. Taylor and Powell
a re still t.Jjif irepi'oseit ta*i\*ii.s of tlie men,
not tlu!.acc_p-dH ai'liiti/aWi's. There■'{$ a
feeling of coiilideiico aim rug tire leading
nieitibei's of the union that their Avages
will be materially advanced in the near
future.
y.'fM
Coroner Crompton Has Resigned.
Y'lCTofUA. .June 0.— l.)r. Croniptoh lia-i
sent in his resignation as 'coroner, and
publishes his correspondence with the
attorney-general's department fending to
this step. It includes a letter from
deputy attorney-general McLean, to
Crompton, admitting tliat the instructions issued to coroners by the department Avere in conflict Avith the statutes,
but an amending act would be introduced
next session, and that in the meantime
coroners would be expected to follOAV the
instructions of the department. O'roinlitem declined to accept the department's
orders a.s superior to law, and Dr. Hart
being then appointed coroner, having
jurisdiction in Victoria-, Croinpton's resignation became in. order
."'. YBritain Will Assist the Cable.
Lo.Vdon, Juno 10.—The Tinies announces this morning that the British
goA*ernment has consented to reconsider
its attitude towards the Pacific cable project, as the result of urgent representa-
1 tion from Canada and the other colonies. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B..C, SATURDAY, JUNE  10,  181)0.
ASOLS!
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
ancl Linen Suits are going fast. A full line of Men's Linen Mats.
Just the thing* for hot weather.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
A. FERLAND & CO.
I'liol  W.K'I*. Uiikisr SI root, Nolson
Garden Tools
A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED
FROM EASTERN MARKETS
Nelson Hardware Co.
Baker Street, Nelson.
•-> LODGE   MEETINGS.
K.V1GI1TS  OF PYTHIAS—Nolson   J.odu..   Xo,   05,
I. n i(,'l> l-i of I'jlliins, ni.'f-t> in I. O. O. K.J lull, corner
Unicoi-anil Koolenny-irceN, every Tui.*d__y i-veiiin_. :i 1
8 o'clock.   A'isitintr KiiikIiI^ cordially invitrd in ai tend.
C. FHKNCH. (J. C. G. KOS-S, li. of K. iv. o.
NELSON LOl'GJ., NO. 2_. A. F. & A. .Al. Meets
-croud Wccliionliiy in each month. Sojourning
brethren invited.
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
All.  HOI.DICH—Analytical C'lioniisL nnrl Aiwiyor.
Violnri.'i street, Nelson.
EW'AUT & CAlllilK—Architects.   Booms 7 ami 8 Ab-
eideen liloi k, linker street, Nel-on.	
HCANl'—Architect Mid   arli_,l.   Bi-kmhill   liloek.
•    next rinnrtn Ni'l-on library.	
i-oeTsale.
SCAVENGER outfit and business for Mile. The busi-
iicss nnioiints to between S250 to S'.OO a inonlli. lror
further paiticiilar-apply to .John Croft, or lo The Tribune ollice.
FOR   RENT.
TiW'O six-room cottages on Latimer street, linlf block
wesLcf Stanley street,   i'll) a nionlli each.    I'o-^ess-
ion .liine list.   Ajiply to Alfred Rutkcr, or Tribune oflicc.
WAXTI.D—Situation as housekeeper,  by a mi'tcllc-
nged   woman   who  is   willing  to wo.k.    Apply
Housekeeper, Tiuiiu.vi: olilce.
©he Suiilftme.
Daily Kdition	
Wkeki.y Edition-..
  Jb'ntST Ykak, No I'll
 Skvknth Ykak, No. *_'
-"-' Till- decision of tlio judicial committee
- of the pr ivy council, upon the .question
of 'i'e.sjion.sibility for tlie J'oinl I-lli-e
bridge disaster, conies' at a, most opportune time for tlio city of. Nolson. AViUtin
a feAV Aveeks tliere is every likelihood tli/it
* a.pplic_itioii will be made by the local
tramway company for permission to cross
certain • bridge.*., in the city of Nelson.
None of these bridges Avere built Avith a
vieAV** to carrying tram cars, and before
the council grants the ti _umvay company
"permission to cross them, there should
bo a definite arrangement arrived at
Avith the traimvay company both avi tli
respect to tho strengthening of tlie
bridges, and the keeping of them in'repair, after they are so strengthened. If
the traimvay company is to haA'e the use
of the bridges of the city, tlie city council should haA*e it in its powerto compeltho
trainway company to mako all necessary
repairs to thebridge.- Avhicharo occasioned
by tho use of such bridges by the trani-
__Avay_f'oni ] .an y—The decisioi i-of-lhe-pri v-y~
circnlar of the chief commissioner may
be taken to mean that fche government
will protect claim owners from the spoliation of the timber upon their property,
but when they use such timber themselves they Avill be required to pay the
government royalty.
Should the press reports be confirmed,
that tho judicial committee of the privy
council has decided against the city- of
Victoria in the damage suits arising out
of the collapse of the Point Ellice bridge
on May 24tli, 1S9G, it will be almost impossible to fix the liability of the city of
Victoria. By this accident OA'er sixty
persons lost their lives, and shortly after-
Avards almost as, many actions for damages Avere commenced against the city.
SeA'eral of these were brought to trial
and judgments secured for thousands of
dollars, while others were held back
pending the decision of the privy council. , Tlie tAvo that were carried to the
li^i^^ou^: is^p^^K^^i^ia^^^
"yyT'y¥"i,.__,._ v.w •":• °* ,. v: ""*o yy/v-y? "£»«?...-
wmyhej.fp&ipxe^
ka"m$wqr'&fimi §;t^rtM:t}io' laie-j'sJiiof itfs* ■
ti;cC_ aStiA*^' _Tid°alJ, ito.'li^f.&w*""!!. *p -eii'e&i/a..
doi_i*p__;;>. ni.se^ . V,id(idM|i_i'
Will plibhbiless have re^soii^ci regret that
fchisYOiJiiibii of __lierlkte dhief InsiicO w:a$l
not foJloAvedi.     ° °      °     "
INCORPORATED 1670.
We would like
To supply  you with groceries
We know
We can  give satisfaction,  and
that it would be for our
Mutual benefit
To have yo deal with  us
Try it
Hudson's Bay Stores
AVest Baker Street.      Telephone 13.
Dont be Afraid
% Men's Alpaca
fa
iu Men's Straw
Men's Canvas
Men's Linen
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ITjese goods are tin proper thing for summer, nice and cool, all sizes and shapes $
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Felt Hats
In Fedoras and Derby shapes, Fawn, Grey, Black and Brown, the newest
shapes and colorings are now open for inspection.
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council, so far as it c;ui be learned, is that
a corporation is responsible for tho safety
of any bridge under its control.    There
should   bo   no   joint   ownership in  the
bridges.   They should be built and maintained by the city, but the city council
should insist upon the traimvay company
not   only   bearing  the   additional   cost
Avhieh  will   be  entailed   in  constructing
bridges suitable for tlieir  purposes, but
also in the company', making such repairs
as the city engineer  from  time  to  time
considers necessary.    This may not suit
tho vendors of the local traimvay franchise, but Nolson can butter afford to do
without a tramway than  have- a Point
Ellice bridge disaster to carry.   Fortiin-
ately the fiity has reserved tho right to
clictate   terms   in  this  respect,  and the
terms should be such as will safeguard
the city in every *way.
Hon. P. C. Cotton, chief .commissioner,
of lauds and works, has issued a circular
to the provincial timber inspector which
deals with the question of the ownership
of the timber upon mineral claims.   The
'commissioner's construction of the law is
that   the   owner   of   a    mineral   claim,
Avhether the same  be  crown-granted or
not, has the right to use the timber upon
the same.    This  right however, is subject to the payment of the  royalty  reserved to the crown .under the land  act,
and the provincial officers have accordingly been notified to  make such  collections   whether   in   respect  to   timber  or.
cord wood cut upon .-milling  claims.    The
EASE AM
;<L_otec_fer .■
May be obtained by using a
=D»BIKG=_'H_3^HOT*=*^WiBAT_i_Jft=*
NEW STYLES AND COLORS
CHOICE VSmO   FOB THE
ASK TO SEE IT
BABY
Tlofflson Stationery Co., fi_
Bout
Be
Influenced
liy '.price alone in your rtr.HK buying. Looking
well 10 quality means satisfactory rCsiil Is—means
«u('iirin(_r tli. remedy Unit, bust fiillllls the pitrposo
for wliich you intended it., Purity, qutility, Satisfaction, are first considered here, hut always a
pi'ii.«.»that inak Cs the puft-iinx- it. eeoiioniicfil on..
A priaii that nioini.s something to you. One package of our
Celery
Herb
Tea
will make ono quart of the best spring tonic on
the market, and is unequalled for all blood, liv.r,
stomach and kidney troubles, and the price is
25 CENTS
To cpme in
our establishment
and,
look around
We always have
the latest
styles in footwear
■-= to show you
We
YSYf^YM..K ...
"""'YmauldYfike:
Y8""Y   >*_   - .    .
y,p.-yVflto:-prx\ake,
r    -n   DD.   *    n  »#        S"a        t**-bnDlrVnnUlJ. '
'f ipjtfjfs ^apqpmhf0$G!,,
D_._. _o7n?*Di? ..yy\" ■«.-"a. y.i
•y- and «i|itji:od.uce
* 7' * yio.iiY.ijpV "opf-
■,,  ■-YSH-oiS;-'-
CRASH LINEN SKIRTS
WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS from $1.50 up.
DUCK SKIRTS
DENIM SKIRTS in blue and green
DUCK AND  DENIM  SUITS
in white, fawn,  green, and blue
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The above are the goods you need now.   Come and see them, buy SJ
them and enjoy comfort during the warm weather ^
,A;B.:RPEEN;yfi06[K-.p/*-
«|4l.._^JBiaf:fi»pp:
.   Bakeft Street. Nelson
iCJni' ftrst kiiii,of bi;iek yy,ill:X>6-roai\y' _oivdolivqvy about
nc in
tlie'VlsrVof ..luiie..   Gait at oui' OllicjS' for pri-os.
the ,ni(Jntli7rof Jilnd we will deliver Hi
Ditririg     . .  ,
Jiuaiitities of t\v:Q}ity sa'Qlcs.and otidr.at
0
The West -vootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd*
-=^i3akor^-tr-ot,==^T.=e.^P-£.OdTORpMana_*er^=
If you yi'ai. t a natty, si ylish suit of clothes for
spring and sunnner, 1 have over 500 dill'er-
ent pnttorns of Scotch and English tweeds,
wliich I will make to your order at the low
price of , • §23
Black Venetian- miak'o *v nice suit for suin-
m_r weai' «■_....«...... -••• S2i
Black scrseKiiiIs in sack ormOrningcoat..$21
A heavy  Scotch  tweed,   nice fliittmuis  for
lilisincAs suit  . . —SIS
Trousers at equally low ppfcus. Fit and finish
no typtl.er in yaiiinla. Ladies'fitie tailgringji
speciklCy.   Clement block, Baker street,
Steveijs, Tf|0 Tailor
iFili'Sl!'lioQE "AVEST bj\J_K % 0. BU-LiiMiS,
Subscribe for. shaves in Pleasaiit
¥allcy   Mines,   Liniited,    Cariboo.
Now   is  your"  chance,  as   only   a
4imited=nuiiiber—wi|I=be=pIaeedl=0il-
sale   here,  and will   soon   be sold
Apply to
DRAYING and
JMe.'cIiandiso hn.ulQcl i;6' .'iird front depots; biwi
irieet.. ..all train- and boats.   i__puecial Jatention
. f.i,v(;ii  L>_ the transfcr Of bi.tp-gas,'-.,, O'Uoe and
stables oil Vcrnpti strCOt. opposite1 li'hC 'i'rib.liie.
if you want a .stylish perfect lilting suit, mart, of the
best cloth- ever imported to Nelson, leave yOur order
with me.
Six bundi-d dollars worth of new goods now waiting your inspection',   i guarantee satisfaction or no sale.
ALEX STEWART
"Turner & i'beekh Monk, Nelson, B. _.
Wo have t^vo big snaps in real osf.atc
Gitll and gut particiilars.
parso^ .produce Qd.
NELSON, B. O.
Wo arc l'oecil'ing daily diiccb fi'oiii
the gi'owp.i;}. consigmnontH .of $i;r;tw-
berries, CI'ieme_, [JuiifUVif*, Oi'imgcS,
LoJiioiis, ci.e. Sund its your
st.aiHlitig orders.
The *!ViiUe Oijly Sup|-li«S,U
}Vagpfi repilirilig proipiiUy atteiidfid to by rt iirst-cliuis
wlfooiwrighi.. " . ■ *.'"-    .."
SpiSchil att-ntioii gh'en Iq iall kinds of rcniUWiiK and,.
custtfni work from' oiitisidgiibjiitsi   *        ■.■■        "/_    "„;
t Sliop:   Ha" Street, bBtweeii Baker and Vernon, Nelson'
Hose, nozzles,- hose, tripods, lawn mowers,
Garden sprays, and water pipe fittings
of all kinds.
Let us Put Your iawh Service in Shape
ers
Opera Jfoijso Block, Nelson.
-\gonti_ for Jfclior's Plato Glass and
Lloyd'- 1-lito Glas-,. IuSuriiiKJe.
Canada Drug and Book Co.,
x__i_v__: __ BID .
Corner of Bakor and Stanley Streets, Nelson
BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!
FOB SAM. Olt.BIRK    .
SUITS $25 v.  ...
Nelson's up-to-date Tailor, next Mills & ,__ott.
Wo have a fine assortment of woolens always
on hand. Goods made up at the -hortost possible notice. As everything is kept and made
on the premises, satisfaccion is assured.
J. L VANSTONE,      R, H, WILLIAMS,
Mirics and Mining Stocks Customs Urokcr
RKAL ESTATla. ANI> OKKKUAL AGKNTS
NOTICE
COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN
AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS
Paris oris Produce Cd,
Nelson, II. C.
W. J. ASTLEY & CO.
. Hoi.Lt- built Lo order. Repairing and filling a specialty. Sail* iniiilc mid rigged.1 i'i-ibing rods and tackle
liiuniluil.   Al Government, wharf. Nelson. ■   .
H.M. VINCENT
 BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON
NOTICE.
All parties* having account.-' agninst the late Waller P.
Ashpitel are requested to send the snnin to the undtr-
signed, at once. JOHN Jt. KOU'U.y.   .
NcIhoii. _.**.._.. May 20th, IS!».
Altliougli tlie Iiines ik Hanilier 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.
Removal Notice.
John Cholditch & Company beg to announce to the
trade that they have removed their.heud'iuartors from
Nakusp to Nelson, where tliey will for the. future be established. Pending the erection of suitable warehouses
tliey have secured temporary quarters in the warehouse
of Turner, .Beeton & (Jompniiy on Water street, where
they will be ple-ised to receive their patrons.
Nelson, Ji. C, May 17th, 1899.
JOHN CHOLDITCH * CO.
George Holbrook
City Scavenger and
Chimney Sweep
Prompt attention given to all orders left at M. DesBrisay & Co's, Hakor street, Nelson,
Nelson Iron Works
M.\NUK_\'*:X.''..:.K!_ OK
■BNGINEIH. BOI^gRg, .SITAFTING, IK.0-.  AND
BEASi* CASTINGS OB* EVERY BBSOBIPTION
Repair.-* promptly attended to.       P. Q. Box 173.
5     111     VIVV-   ■*•«.    W*i_P-
GENERAL TEAMSTERS
AG KN'l'S FOR
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.
Washington Brick ai'd Liine Co.
The H. W. WlcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian An.th.ra-
ci-e Coal (Hard)
Dealers Iif
STOVEWOOD
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
-incl §5.50.
A collection of fine Belgium (Jnnaries for salo.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.
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'romjif. and regular
doiivcry to tho trade.
Brewery at Nelson. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY  JUNE 10, 1899.
BankofMontbbal
Capital,
Rest,
all paid,
up,     -
$12,000,000
6,000,000
LORD STRATIICONA AND  MT.
lion. GEO. A. DRUMMOND	
K   S. CLOUSTON	
ROYAL, Prosldenl
 Vloe-Presidoct
...General Manager
THE BANK OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
NELSON
-nt-HX-Sotst tB_E--A.:isra:__:
N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.
     nHA.NnilKM TN    	
LONDON   (EnKland).    NPJW   YOBK.    ..FUOAGO
.mil in i.lie (ii'limipal cities in Canarta.
Huy aud null StfirliiiK -.xclmntce and Cable Transferr-
UKANT CUMMKItCIAI. ANI1 TKA VKI.I.KItf.' CKKDITrt.
available in any pari nf the world.
I.1.AHTS ISSUKl)    COLLKO'I'IONH madk: kto.
SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.
CURRENT RATH OK INTEREST PAID
AMERICAN   HOSPITALITY.
William Archer, the well-known English critic, has been recording his impressr
ions of a brief visit to this country in a
series of letters to the Pall Mall Gazette,
and in the latest he has some very pleasant things.to say about American hosi_i-
tality.    As an instance, lie relates his experience  with  Washington   and Boston
club men.    In  the former city he made
the acquaintance of a  man who invited
him  to lunch at his club, having half a
dozen  men to  meet  him.    Next him at
table sat a  man whose name lie had not
caught   when   introduced.      Instead   of
asking Avhat he thought  of America, tlie
American asked where ho was going next,
and on  being informed that Boston was
Mr.  Archer's destination, offered to -put
him  up at the U—— Club, adding that
after luncheon he  would telegraph to secure the visitor a.  room.    "This was  a
man," Mr. Archer declares, "whom I had
met  ten minutes  before, whose  name I
did not know, and cto whom  I had been
introduced   by a   man  whom I   barely
knew.    It did not appear  that he, ou his
side, knew or cared about anything I had
said  or done  in the  world.    He  simply
obeyed the national instinct of courtesy
and helpfulness.    And he .was as good as
his word.    Arriving in Boston at a somewhat  unearthly hour in the morning, I
found iny room allotted me and the club;
yspr-
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u}Y'tuits„°rea-dy^to^
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-.sW-'.-/1:..,*''»»_! «b «, _ "-vi ■"* *■ ■■"■;,*i.i.''> ' •""?"• _ -
Is r*ow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin, B. C, and
Dawson City, Yuk.oi** District.
aid of expenditure, the aristocrat looks
to the training of the servants. Their
obsequiousness is almost painful. There
is not the slightest trace of democratic
equality in their dress, their manners, or
their speech.''	
One of the Richest  in the World.
Mrs.  Jane L.  Stanford called   together
the  trustees   of   the    Leland   Stanford
Junior University tit Palo Alto, California,  a week ago last Monday,  and gave
into their hands deeds representing nearly thirty-five  millions of dollars.    It   is
the last  of her Avealth,  and the lady today is without a foot of land, a'.share of
stock,  even  a jewel   of   any value, for
everything  hits gone  to  the  institution
she loves so well.    This, with its present
endowment of over   fifteen   millions   of
dollars, makes  it one of the   richest colleges in the world.    In turning over her
property Mrs. Stanford  read an  address
to the trustees, suggesting plans for the
future Jind advising as   to  the present.
She asked particularly that the mechanical courses be made as complete and valuable   as    the   scientific    and   classical
courses.    Mrs.  Stanford called attention
to the fact that while  she deeded to the
university all her property, she had not
let it pass from her control as a trustee
of   the institution.    She has shown herself to be quite as capable a financier as
was governor Stanford,  and the trustees
were more  than willing that she should
continue in her management.
Ball Games Yesterday.
Cincinnati 3,(Brooklyn 6.
Washington 1, Philadelphia 9.
Cleveland 6, New York 7.
Minneapolis 5, Buffalo 0.
St. Paul 2, Columbus 0.
Toronto 8, Montreal 3.
Rochester 0, Syracuse 1.
Hartford 10, Worcester 2.
,,:..    Crow's Nest Coal Shipments.
i-PoFnie. I_.ess._5. w, _„ »*'
time the new coke ovens are ready will
probably reach 700 tons a day.
FULL LINE OF
Front Doors
Inside Doors
Screen Doors
Windows
. Inside Finish
loc.il and coast.
Flooring
local and coast.
Newel Posts
:  Stair Rail
Mouldings 0
Shingles
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
of all kinds.
If what you want is not in stock we will make it for yon
CALL AND GKT PRICKS. ,
J. A. Sayward
HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON
CHARLES HILLYER,
PKKSIDKNT
HARRY HOUSTON,
RI.C--I.T--HY
Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,
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"Jyiib'nk- tO""'.dui)i_^_;. "_\$£i'|f^fe -fihoseV *$li6v
'{: B\Jer6JioSpJtifcl-.lX* iucltu"(?d %:6wai.dine. h&jl.V
■fl""2,4d(inyitp( ih&kff lii\icii3;v"'an'dVi| " h_nch<_'pn7
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»^:fe§fe^"(*i.*$°\9JE',OTi|!1 %f|ern,So:fe ,-A. 'sedvp of"
tg 1 .liese <4^ BM'i'tl. '.ttlwaysV,
."* .'frniiian iii any m.enioi'y:. ^lie %'igli-'
." Aiiierifiau is, .to; "px$r thhikxngi: the hesi
talker in, the .-Vol.cl^ce-tail. Iy=. lieybest
". talker in the Bjigli^h I.iiigiiage. A h,ghi
" and fafeilf luftnOP, a i.o,_ver of 'giving''a
J)leili?aiit li^fete'sparkleev_ii; to sulifieiently
c,oiiiiiiOii*{.)lace Sayiugs, is iiithisieotnitry
. thp rule aiid not t]ie exceptions I ;iiin$t
have met at -lies*, hin-heoii-pai'ties, aiid
.MOtiutlly conversed with, _it least jt limi>
<Si'ed .liferent nieai of al) ages and occupations,, aild I do not remeiliber among
t'hejxi a single dull,"poinpoiis. niorose, or
J^iedaiiti_-I)ei,soiir=^l?he^i'larties^did=iiot=
usually exceed' six or eiglit in iuinib_i'j so
that there was no necessity for breaking
up into groups. The shiittlecock of conversation was lightly bandied to and fro
iicross the rotilid titble, Kaeh took liis
sluire, and none took more. AM topics—
even the bvirniiig (iiiestiou of 'exjiansion'
were touched iipon gayly, liuiiioioUsly,
and in perfect, good temper. It is said
that American isonversation, aiiiong won,
tends to degenerate into a iiiere exchange
of aiieedotes. I can reineiiiber only one
party wliich was in the least degree open
to this reproach, and there the anecdotes
were without exception so good, and so
admirably tdl'd, that I foi- one should
have been sorry to exchange theni for
even tlie loftiest discourse On Shakespeare and the musical glasses."
But Mr. Archer finds that there is a
di-aAvback to American hospitality, and
that is that it is too profuse. "I have
more than once," he says, "had to offer a
mild protest against being entertained
by a hard-working brother journalist on
a scale that would have befitted a
millionaire. The possibility of returuin g
the compliment in kind affords the canny
Scot but poor consolation. A dinner
three times more lavish aud expensive
than you want is not sweetened by the
thought that you may, in turn, give your
host a dinner three times more expensive
and lavish than he Avants. Both parties,
on tins system, suffer iu digestion and in
pocket, while only Delmonico is the
gainer. It seems to me, ou the whole,
that In this country the millionaire is too
commonly allowed to fix the standard of
expenditure. Society would not be less
but more agreeable if, instead of always
emulating the splendors of Lucullus, peor
pie now* and then studied the art of
Horatian frugality. And I note that in
club life, if the plutocrat sets the stand-
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piitpjil^iW^^
&t6ne.n_&su_*r}s, ° „ :jat
ones.     ^^agfes   Bive   D£Jlla,^s B,p"e°f°
-"i&y, of»nine H6i_fs"4o_'§^s^Gicis§ nien;.
Jkfiipfy N__j'-sQ_i SaWYarid Planing:
Mills,; Ei'itiitedi Melson,, B. & ' .
GENERAL BRjOI^Efe.
^OR KENT
FOR SALE
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Mouldings
Doors and Sash
Fence Posts and Pickets
Office and Store Fittings
FACTOIiVWOBK BONB TO OBUEK,|
SUCH AS
Scroll Sawing
Band Sawing
Wardrobes arid
General Joinery Work
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VS_Wlnili-oni-i3ov.rnm-nfew;iiarfi^'. ^S„ y * s ■„»,
"Factory."ahdVolHc'c,-"" coriier 3Hallfe_}fcreet,"pa_(l»G
_ v, «.'„y. if -fa r ;^f.; a ,;.,»: y.T<t;. as";-f,-.i
C.P.R; truck
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A 7-rooi-i! hotisC'
A 5-J Oom hoiisp .
20
A litrge bdai'ding-hq'nso.cloing.good
business, centrally lociitpd.
Reiil estate in ail parts of the city.
'LOANS IN_U;R£__fe_l
Vienna:
Baker street, botwocn Josephine and
Hall streets. Nelsons
MMALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT
BAKKRT IN CONNECTION
FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY:
ONLY WHITE HKLP 'KMPLOYKD
T..      B:XJS-I-"X"-      PE OF^jI_33'X,0 *£-
SQUIB'E'S   RANCH   FOR   SAtE
Containlrief 120 acres of laiid within one and a
quarter miles of Nelson.   For fiirtber
ijartticulars apply to
FRED   J.   SQUIRBi    kelson,   B,   G.
A large stock of itrstTCtes dry liiate^al oh liand, also
a fuii line of _aSli, doors," nipuldiiigSi turned \V_rJc. etc.
FAGTOFtf WfiRK A SPEGIA_H
Yard'■:,  Foot of Hendryx Street, .Jclsoh
Telephone, 91
=HeSwUiUftrter---for-
FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
The above reward will bo paid by The Tribnue Assoei-
tltion, I_iinite<i, for the arrest and eonvictioti of any por-
(ioii steivingw copy or Copies of Thk TUIiutnh fi'omtho
_!.-_(s of any person of persons who are subscribers for
rtreiiiis
TiJB Ti
KIHU.Vl
(lOjc-Sherifiof South Kootenay)
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise.
Postollico Box 572 Nelson, 11. C.
FOR SALE
BY   PRIVATE   BARGAIN
Wc make a specialty of
Sfyiplap arjd Double Oressed Njaterial
Good Dry Rustic and Flooring
Onicoand-iird.iiearC.P.R. depot   12. G. MKIOR, A_-iii.
CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
All sines of dimension timber atul all kinds oflvunber
ont to order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots
Write for priceH.	
FLORENCE PARK HOTEL
'Two and a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.
28 Draught Horses,
12 ])raus;ht Mules.
11 Pack Mules.
13 Pack Horses.
The above stock is in first-class condition and perfectly
b oken. The vendor can furnish if desired complete rigging for pack animals, also harness and wagons for
balance of stock.  Apply to "T. G„" Albert Canyon, B. C.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders will be received up to 6 p. m. Saturday.
10t.Ii June, by the undersigned for the excavation and tlie
basement walls of the Burns Block, on Baker street.
. Plans and specifications can be seen at my office.    .
The lowest or any tender uot necessarily accepted.
...    ARTHUR E. H01>(JINS, Architect.
GUN    CLUB   MEETING.
A meeting of the members of the Steele Gun Club will
bu held in the lire hail on Monday evening at 8 o'clock
for the purpose of considering the advisability of. changing the name of the club in d for the transaction of other
business. . .       -. GKU, A. HUNTKR, Secretary.
ODUftT A t WWQ .     sPri"S dickens, Fresfy Cream,
brMllAL:li_-0!     Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.
All of which are from the ranch belonging to the hotel
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
C. VV. McAnn, Ki-lo
J. Hewing, .viiisworth
M. L. Grimme't. Sanilon
R. A. Bakor, Van -oiiver
G. II Mickle, Toronto
F. Coryell, Grand Forks
C. Earlv, Greenwood
J. M. Coombs, Winnipeg
1). (.'. Cr.'iigaiid wife, Crow's
Neat Station
H. B. Gilmour, Vancouver
A. O'Leary, San  Francisco
.VI. Marks, Montreal
F. Brannon, London, Kng
C. Sweeney, Vancouver
Mrs*. Alliston, Vancouver
O. Iv. Ollson, Whitewater
J. R. Stephens, lvaslo
M. McAllister, lvaslo
G. 10. Martin, Kaslo
.1. F. Hitchio. Rossland
J. McKtuii>, Rossland
A..I. McMillan, Uosslnnd
C. II. William*, Toronto
R. Howell, Toronto
I). M. Young, Toronto
B.C. Ifililot. Sandon
M. Sullivan, San i'rancisco
QUKKN'S,
HUME.
I'. Al. Carroll. Winnipeg
K. Shannon, New i'eiuer
G. W. Averill.Grand Forks
W. C. I_. Koch, New Denver
Thomas Parkinson. Grand
Forks
J. H. Fox*. Grand Forks
W. \i. MuKay.Grand Forks
.). Martin, Vancouver
M. .1. Croteau, Robson
PHAIR.
.1. A. McDonell, Kaslo
P. J. Hickey, Sandon
W. S. Drewry, Sandon
L. F. Christie, Sandon
B. A. PaLerson, Silverton
It.  L. Paterson  and   wife.
Toronto
Mrs. J. L. Black, New Denver
Mrs. Partridge and daughter. Salt Lake
L. A. Campbell, Ro slaud
Price Ellison, Vernim
h. W. Tims, Vancouver
J. A. McKelviu, Venion
Alex Lucas, Vancouver
]l'fg^
W. W. Cronio, Green wood
A. MoVicar, Ymir
G. Mclilriini, Greenwood
J. H. Scott, Greenwood
M. .McAiidrow, Cody
GRAND CKNTRAL.
D. Clarke, Pilot Bay
Bruce Brown, Winnipeg
Colin Browne, Rossland
John Jacobson, Robson
F. Ryan, Fort Steele
J. H. Alexander, Ymir
D. McGraw, Kaslo
F. L. Hockinsmitli, Huntingdon, ill
D. Gillis. Silver King mine
Thomas   Johnston,   Silver
King mine
G. W. Nel-ion, Grand Forks
Neil Hardy, Grand   Forks
C. C. Ralfs. Grand Forks
Nels Larson, Grand Forks
P. IVcord, Ymir
J. Black and wife,  Silver
King mine
Walter J. Hughes, Ymir
Thomas  Robinson,   Grand
Forks
A. Langford, Grand Forks
W. L. McKay. Grand Forks
John Ol-on, Grand Forks
II. A. Brown, Grand Forks
Mrs.    M.    Milder,    Grand
Forks
W. T. Broddo. Salmo
Thomas   Johns on,  Silver
King
James  H.    Rolfe,    Grand
Forks(
C. B. Archibald, Ymir
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FROM EVBBY CORNER OF THE STORE
BARGAINS PEEP OUT GLAMORING TO BE HEARD
In our Dress   Department we  show an  unbroken   array of
Black   ancl   Navy Serges,   Black   Crepon,   Biarity Whip Cords,
Poplin's and Sateen Victorias in dress leghths ancl whole pieces.
Hosiery   stock   is   well   assorted   in   Silk,  Cashmere,
Oui
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Lisle Thread ancl   Cotton,
make with prices
These
goods
are the. best German
right.
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WING IS THE TIME TO DO SHOPPING
MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.
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BANK  OF  B. C.   BUILDING,  NELSON.
.TEEMS   CASH
MADDEN.
J. Bowon, Grand Forks
C. Knstrom, Spokane
J. McICian, Salmo
P. Ferard. New Denver
A. Parr, Yn-ir
C. Foley, Rossland
II. Hnllbcrg, Ymir
J. J. Campoell, Bird Creek
SILVKRKING
John Coryell, Grand Forks
A. Prentice, Cranbrook
Bert Winn, Rossland
II. Hallberg, Ymir
C. Foley, Rossland
Alfred Parr, Ymir
P. Ferland, New Denver
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P. Harrington, Spokane
J. Poar.se, Silverton
J.  McCormick, Cranbrook
J. Lamb, Cranbrook
J. Cosboski, Cranbrook
A. McCaskill, Cranbrook
JC. Saunders, Cranbrook
J. McKinnon, Cranbrook
J). McCormick, Cranbrook
T. McPhersou, Port Hiil
H. Saunders, Cranbrook
F. Ryan, Fort Steele
J. Hctheriiigton, Toronto
J. K. Kd wards, Brooklyn''
The Tremoflt Hotel
M.AL0NE & TREGlLLUS
PROPRIETORS
Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors
•THI- BMST^BRAJPfllSOF;.
^Mb'Sl7
;til
BAiK'ER STRBBT, ,N__IsSONi
Heated with Hot A|f ajid
„ %j\}gMed fey &l e*#tRCJj:yv
Large comfi.'tal. c bedrooms and   llrst-clrtsg diiiiiig
rdoin.   ShitTple ropinsifor coimnerciai nien.
BA^_?PBS  S2   _?_3_=t   IDA-Sr
,  Prop,
Late of the Royal Hotel, Caigari.
Ij, D. HUME, Manager.
The Itnost hotel in the interior.
I<argo sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric liKht.,
CORNKIi OF WARD AND Vi.RNON STS., NKtSON
adden House
BAKJ3R AND WARD STRKKTS, NKLSON     .
A pleasant place to spend afternoons, evenings and
enjoy delicacies that cannot bo obtained in hotels or
restaurants at Nolson. Good stabling. Open day and
night.   Can be reached by either road or water.
B WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.
COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL
TMIE,   33. C-
Evcrything first-class
Choice brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Rates $i.50 and ?2 por day.
J. XV. SMITH, Proprietor.
Largo and well lighted     : Heated by hot at::
Reasonablo rates Sample rooms.
Electric bells and light in every, room
7 Renovated' and refurnished throughout
HOTEL*   VICTORIA
J. V. PERKS, Proprietor
Revelstoke, B. C.
Free bus moots all trains
Hourly atreot car to Htation
The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one
management sinco I890.
The bed-rooms arc well furnished and lighted by
electricity. *-
The dining-room is not Second to any in ICoot-onay.
The bar is always stocked by the best domestic and
imported liquors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.
KOOTENAY  COFFEE C0~
COFFEE
ROASTERS
AND
AND    DEALERS
COKF1.I''.
IN*   TKA
Oircr fresh roasted coll'ee of best quality as follows:
Java and Arabian Macha, per pound 5   W
Java aiid Mocha Blend, .'t pounds  .■■•••  ' w>
i'inc Santos, I pounds ;■ .....I ."0
Siintbs Bland. 5 pounds ..:...;.......'...;.......-..:....., I IK)'
Our'Special Blend, li pounds..;'.: ...:.::........... I ('".
Our Rio Roast, G pounds......... .....:.:,  X W>
A trial order solicited.
Salesrooms 2 Doors
East  of  Oddfellows
Baker Stseot .
BlocK,   Wost
NELSON, B. C.
P. Burns & Co.
WIIOI_ESALK   AND   RETAIL
Meat Merehants
Wholesale Mkri^ets at ^elson/Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.
RETAIL  STORES  AT
Nelson,   Trail, Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade
City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.
r^,S\Zl^0 Head Office, Nelson, B.O.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS
!;iJi?Y»?':*'*Y'3WteSAt^^ - -    * -' ■
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LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.
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■tfE:j\$,,'UFf(&E$: i$3iipo 'wy^g££$i$.
■All goriii^unicati^6|is»preIaii^ tgVBritlsp."Jj^'olutfi'b'i^°.^>usin^sj^_tc^\^e'°J_iiClJt_irie_|^l|ii to P.O. Drawer.
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-Ji KOBERiClt•BQe'ERfSoft; VGerierhl.Manager i   Ji +„, .^/iv,^so   /->
M,^:FtW'hBBt BM^Mifkngi En.g.i;fi<?e-p"^, ■ Y': -   ''  ,IN=t^O©N'f'; B. G.
of .srEiLsoasr:. s. a.
any
Is ijoy/' prepared   to  boy all   classes of silverf goldi •silver-lead, lead and
copper ores.   The careful attention given to large contracts v/il! be extended
4o-the^sma!Ies.^slilpp
ing guaranteed.
Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson j B. C.
GEORGE M. McDOWELi, Manage
■O, M. ROSENDALE, Purchasing Ag&nt.
A. THURMAN
S M OK E RS' HE A D Q U A RT E RQ
Keeps a full; line o%
royal seal antd k0otbua^ belle gigahs
And jail other brands oi. the
Af KAt."iO(!V PRICKS'
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o_r _sr__i___so_sr_ ^b-.g.
___!_.__ __ciisrx-s O-*!
CANVAS GOODS,
TENTS,
AWNINGS AND
FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR
VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS
ALI
.. SI7.K8 OF TKXTS IN" STOCK
liakcr Ktroct,'opposito iiostotlioc, Nolfion
TOEIEO.  3_v_t_i_^I>SOIsr
W. P. DICKSON
E5. H. H. APPIiBWHAITB
J. McPHBE
Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and _onst_UGt_.ii Co.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Trat-Bmlssloa and Lighting for Mines, Towns
7 ; Electric Fixtures, Lamps. Bella, Teiephoaes, Annunciators, Etc.
P. O, Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. p. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE  10, 189!).  I...--  p  1VYY  li ; -'--'���  Cool  efreshing  When tired and heated there is nothing so  refreshing as a drink of Soda Water.  We have all flavors and our fountain is the  best in Nelson.  TZEL & GO.  COKNI.ll RA1CKK AND .lOSKJ-HINK STREETS. NELSON  See  GILKER THE FURNISHER  FOR  Summer Shoes  CANVAS OXFORDS  CANVAS BALS  TENNIS BALS  In all colors, white, gray and tan.  FROM " ���  ,Q r  ^ -. P. O. Store  0f.^5 Up  ^AN.I)4$��0^  When A dvertised  Ai ^-4i_i.6tion P-'ifigs"  should  be^eff^jiToj.o.     An  !fti��t1<mYl)fi('^  HESE GOODS we are  bound to sell wf*jle  tfiey refrain the patterns  of tlie -easori. We prefer -6 mark them ddwrj  now. arid let pur regular  :cu]sto_i*(ers have the advantage of tf]e cut, rati]-  er tfjati have a s|augh,ter  sale some months later  to friake room for r*j6w  goods.. Our display of  Rugs and Art Squares  is the finest ever seen  in Kooteftay. Tliey are  received direct from the  eastern importers so that  in buying from Us you  are virtually reaching  headquarters.  pir<_ha,_er can be iiicTnced to jiay.  New Spring Designs  Iii Axilliiisters of the taest quality, with or without  borders. British and 0���-iia,cji;.n inak-is.  Brussels &��d Velvet Pile  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Along the Water Front.  The river rose 1;/ inches during the  twenty-four ending at 0 p. ni. yesterday.  The Nelson is now in the hands of the  dock yard men for a thorough overhauling.    NELSON.  A meeting of the members of the  Steele (Jim Club will be held in the lire,  hall on Monday evening for the purpose  of considering the advisability of changing the name of the club.  The city clerk litis invited tenders for  the new issue of debentures from till the  banks and the principal loan companies  and iiuancial agents in the cast and has  inserted an advertisement calling for  tenders in the Toronto Globe and Montreal Star. Tenders arc asked for till or  any part of sixty debentures of $1000  each.  Work on the construction of the superstructure of the new 'Bank of Montreal  building oii the corner of Kootenay and  Baker streets will begin tit once. The  contractors will sign the contract today.  The construction of B.C. Hodges' $2000  residence ou the corner of Cedar and  Mill streets, was completed yesterday.  W. G. Cookson had the contract.  Work on the big power Avorks, wliich  are-being', constructed at Cascade City by  the Dominion Mining and Development  Company of this city, is being proceeded  with, and survey parties are now in the  field. The dam is now twenty feet high,  and will be completed as soon as the  water subsides.  After laying mains the trenches should  be more carefully filled. Yesterday afternoon the sprinkler broke through into  the water main trericli on Vernon street,  at the foot of Josephine street, and was  extricated with difficulty.  The Exchange Club Company'is being  formed in Nelson with a capital of 25,000  shares of. $1 each. The intention is to  open a iirs.-class restaurant with a billiard and reading room for members, and  a bar Avhieh will be open to tho public.  Negotiations are in progress for the securing of suitable premises on Baker  street.  -,��� A general meeting of the members of  the Dominion Day celebration committees will be held at tlie fire hall at 8  o'clock next Monday evening to arrange  the official programme ofthe celebration.  The committee: in chai'ge of the Hre-y  ���^i.<*sn'_3 ���sj3(*^ DoY.  .3M*ySi-3^  iil> ^ie coast from Hong Kong the passengers saw the smoking ruins of many villages burned by Britishers as a warning  to the rebellious Chinamen. A British  surveying party, while surveying the  route of the Yunnan railway through  China., were attacked and roughly handled. They fired their pistols into the  air as a warning, then charged the mob.  One Chinaman was killed and ten  wounded. All the Chinamen they could  capture alive were handed over to the  governor of tlie prefecture with a demand that they be punished. To the  Britishers' surprise, headsmen were sent  for while they wailed, and before tliey  could retire their forces I he prisoners'  heads rolled into (lie baskeis.  Damages Aggregate $250,0C0.  'Vktoima, .lime !).���A cable from London today advised the-city-authorities  tluit the second of Point 'i.llice bridge  damage suits hiid gone against the city,  it is probable tluit this will end the  matter in the courts, and that a board of  arbitration will be appointed fixing the  amounts of the dM.ma.ges in tins other  twenty-eight cases which have been  entered against the city. It i.s estimated  that the total amount of the damages  wliich ti board will allow, will probably  exceed $250,000.  Will Resist French Encroachments.  St. John's, Newfoundland, June 9.���  The government is conferring today with  commodore Giffard regarding tlie French  demand for. indemnity for the burned  lobster factory. The French commodore  Henrique, on the -flagship isley, is expected hero-next week to present the  claims of his government. The general  belief is that trouble will ensue on the  cotist this season if the .French attempt  to enforce the former method of ruling it.  .page^ axxpf _sniplaiiv^YliO "h-'WBeAte^jnsipf ajx.  ^ai'#;a?i:i|l :4wi J^|Yl#i^^^y'/tc_l g> hf,  jsiS^H'frea-l*^  ,*..".*_.��Y.;Y",��i,"_,Y*Y;._^ ,��i.y  "Stittes:   "Thd��� ���te__d_rs_ al'e j*_quired'to be.  .-if^J\flyr��M ��� .-��� y. ���    ... .   ������;���   .  ,; n;'_BprpmjJji: Npjsojiv7pi.i,irx'idii'y_ .tp-th.e* jvife  .;^f;*Fre^ Vf"    ������:"  '���*.'.^^_!-by;*htv;Cb#)yyi|]^ jd_stilid.yhfts*'  ?hlfgf:qd,$h$o$gh M&..j&g$ih-ik", !__��__.-���.,'Tiir- .  yief'jJ^eetou ���.*_*��� Co- of" Nelso*ia,7to pla.e a  'JhajidsoineY'jiollcl silve_i* phajleligP ciip .it,  - tne7di.spos'_ 1 oi, bhe Nelson <3i\n .��)Iiil)' to" be  slioit foi' every l^oniiuion   I)i_y  on the  terjais the elnb flijty see fit to "impose,  Thehicky comp-titol' -xv\xO Aviixs the, chaj-  lenge-cui) tliree yeaa-S in  sirccession will  -bis^ewhi jytini=to^l?mp'iW2fwgddd(y===^^  Short Work of OJiinese Rebels.  ���"VaSM-OIfVeh,  Jiine  0.���Risseiigers   by  the steilmship Einpress of Japan  give a  graphic description  of the rebellion  in  lio^ Looiu    tVhOn  the Empress passed'  %w^;o^fe^'-iil^iSSili?  ��**   *""-,_%��:H>:u��"_'nywy 7 _^  ���itkey"d^ootenaMS-, . _ p*qie sal��  aWd^^Jj^i-S-tll'.-'Srijdl' tM  &: y  Kb JS  .pf  Suitable I'Oi' di'aAving^rooms, dinilig-i'Ooin.% Italls or  stftirs. with or without borders.  Tapestry and Patent^ Tapestry,  Union  ai?t  Sfjuaros, Japanese;   squares  and  rug.,  Smyrna and Tecuinseh i-ugs.  _/o Different Styles  Of   baby Ci-w-higes   and  go-cal'ts to   select   from..  Kafrtitn. eliaii's and x*ocker.s.  Furniture of allJCindS^  Is advancing, and notice to this eifect has been  sent to the trade by all large manufacturers.  Having ii large stock on hand we will be able to  continue to quote better -figures than any of Our  competitors. We have also three carloads of  furniture on the way.  D. Me ARTHUR & CO.  Corner Baker and Ward Streets, Nelson.  i<��_  *_���_*���  %km m& y&p -"cta't .:a.fet. ril_no-iT-  f W\ykic\M _b_t iYri n '&.( iw&Mt  ���iej*_^���dj��_p^iiiSt;fii}|i iT^^^t^.n-^  V^fe'el^Y/it'gs-Y'-fi'iiid: toieefeiifisik  '"iii; ^yiii^dt 'koMffltiiii^- -.It  dkp��\f t tsttce " lpiidft." oil _m-  '���niyi'-sp Sit riTa-_Jc tthaie^0 but; ,ijr  Jh'-i^'e*;-i,t - ^fti-^ tfi-f;- 'ii'g-fe'ij.^ ^i'n^ei ��  J'tis Qtir .btisin^ss tt&,cpirr  f&Qt alii cQiifficufties^ 'tffe&QllQ  .watpji a:n,d .rnalfe. it- keep  cfirneel; tii-ie. If not xvotn  out, We ean do rt* It. is-  Our ainbi-ion to add to tlie  =repu 1 atj0n^^v&=t_li:.iafc=4ve-  have in no small measure  already established of do-  in &  honest  and IhorouS'Ii  O *->  watch repairing'.  |��R, The Jeweler  Nelson, B. 0,  Gliafrs  Rockers  Children's Go-Carts and  Buggies  Gentlemen's  Arm Rockers, Etc,  MJSINRSS A^n ItKSIDKNTIAI,  ���..". i-nuw.ii'i'v  :Ki by i'20; IMUur sit'ooi.. licLweoi) _)._;_t_lfftio nail  Xy-iiril Hit-cots :...   .,,.��� ��,.0tffl  50 by 120, Jiiik-r ��tr_iOt, "J-two-ti Josepliiiio tinfl Ufill  _ t rooti*  ��� ���,   iSOfl.  150 by 120, Biik-i' sti-'ioi, Hk-t.woon Jo-soilliinc aiid Ilnll  hu;-oUi, conior.   ...'.'..   m l)y 18., .J..iHt; Hni-cf ��ii;o_t _; .,.���..��    SOO  35 by JIB) with iiniWoV-mOiitS, south -We of -Vornon  fitfBBi, -.;  syo.'  SOiby ,120 with !ni])rovcinciilrt. south .sido of Vrornpn  sU'cut,.,,..... ,..-...-  fiO(H)  g low ivnd lai't'O llotixo beautifully furni.hcrt (Hi-ati).. llXXi  21 lot- \viQi_Ott.ii_*_routed at S15perinoiith, Victoria  strodt. ���  ������ ,....:....... :woo  1, lot wilh cottiifjo rented at ��15 pur uiontli, Victoria  skeot  '.,   2500  2 lots with cottage routed nt .20 per month, F'tiinl'oy  street    3000  G lot.s in block _il), all oleareil find fenced in. .......  2500  FOB STYLISH IMINEBY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  C Al.i, ON  IP  IP  IV  Mrs.    Ey   McLauglfilin  JOSKPHINK STnEKT,:;NKI>30N.Y;'Y7;YY-  Ice Gream  (HAZLBWOOD)  AND  Ice Gream Soda  .j, ,^T CENTRAL FRUIT ST0f|E  KrCMh t'niitrccuivcd daily'  Next door, to Nelson Wine Co.  J cluphonc !��.-':, .7 ;. ,7  ���    HUMPHHKYS & PITTOCK  FURNITURE  OF ALL KINDS  {.roam house and 10 lots set.out in orchard   1100  21otii and itiinrovcinents, 52 bead'of cows, 2 horses,  wtigons, sle.gb.s, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's raillc ranch     5500  For general information on real estate and for further  particulars on above property apply to  WAEDBBO S.  Real Estato ami-General AgentH, Maker St., Nolson  ALL GOODS MARKED TO SELL  NOT TO LOOK AT  BAKER STIU-KT WKST.  y  TROPICAL FBUIT DEPOT  Corner Baker and Ward Streets.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf arid Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARiS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  ..MmmmM^M--}  and Woodenware .  -p____________s_______a^p/     Stoves, Ranges,  ���N\     Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  N2I  ':te.<..*i��*:''-v<.u^;*  WCCDEN  MATERIAL  Paints, Oils, Glass  NEISON STORE _AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  RUBBER HOSE  COTTON HOSE  KINK-PROOF HOSE  LAWN  SUPPLIES  LAWN MOWERS  FLEXIBLE TUBING  LAWN  SPRINKLERS  GRASS SHEARS  In the cool oi the evening' the weary can find rest  ,  by reposing* in one of our  HAMMOCKS  NELSON, B. C.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  Stow.er's Lime Juiee {pints and quarts), v" Stowers Clarified'  "Lemon'Squash.    Star Lime Juice." /Saint Lucia Lime, juice.*  Lunch ancl Ox, Tongue', i 'sand, 2'... Roast Corn Beef, i's  aiid 2's. Potted Meat, large assortment.. Lazenby's soup,  squares."'".".  Fop the Table  Famous   Pure Gold  J_ams and  Jellies.    McLaren's  Ghecse.  Fresh Canadian Cream Cheese.  Fop all to Know  "We^arryThc   largest stock of Groceries,  Crockery etc., in  Nelson or any other town in the Kootenay.  Your trade is solicited,  satisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 10.  P. O. Box K & W.  Baker street West, Nelson  iok. & Wilson  This week filling: orders  No time to .write ads  Will see you next week  FRUIT JARS!  Ii'or  SU'iuvbcrricM  and  oilier fruits in season.   Leave  your -.tic..   Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood lee Cream  lee Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  MILLS &LOTT  .A-*??1'** for. HazlpwooU Ice Creani.  Direct  from the manufacturer in pints, quarts,  and  half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JOHN A. IRVIPMO & COMPANY  ���   Bakor Street West, Nelson, Ii. C.  SPECIAL ATIMTfei  HaVo jimL received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J; SQUIBE, Baker St. ieliwr  The Bupply Is limited, so call early and oxaiuiuu this bukjIc.

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