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 -A:  '&/,,  %  ATLIN   ENTERS  ITS PROTEST  Against Government Regulations.  Sp-cial to Tlie Tribune.  Victoria, June 26.���The residents of  Atlin held a mass meeting ou the 10th  inst. and unanimously passed resolutions  calling upon the provincial government  to put an end to the present intolerable  conditions which keep the district at a  .standstill, and also in favor of granting  to companies leases for hydraulic mining  operations. Rev. Pringle, Dr. Munroe  and captain Langley were appointed a  deputation to proceed to Victoria to lay  the citizen..' petition before tlie government. Brownleo, surveyor, sent by the  provincial government to.Atlin, has resigned to follow privately the practice of  his profession. lie .says he has about  completed the work required by the government.  A conimittee of citizens some time ago  decided to make borings in the harbor to  determine the feasibility of Sorby's live  million scheme. Dominion engineer Roy  estimated that the borings would cost  four hundred dollars. The committee  put five nien at work, but in four days  tliey had bored only five holes at a cost  of one hundred and twenty dollars, stiff  blue clay having been encountered. At  this rate the boring would cost ten thousand dollars, so the committee havo cpiit  work and -will take further advice.  Among those who spoke iu condemnation of the provincial government's  course was Helgeson, one of their supporters in the legislature.  ���    American University Eaces.  Po-'C'iiki.i.i-sii., N-. Y., June 20.���If the  delay had been made of the  occasion   it  could not havo been more favorable  for  the   four-oared  race   between  crews. of  Cornell university ancl the  university of  Pennyslvania, and the eight-oared freshmen    crews   of   Columbia,   Cornell  and  Pennsylvania which were scheduled to be  rowed at live and six  o'clock  p. m.,  respectively, both for two miles.     The Cornell crew drew lirst  choice  for   position  and was given the outside course nearest  the channel of the river, a course whieh  has distinctive ad vantages in an ebbtide.  Wisconsin got the  inside  course   which  has usually been so disastrous to Pennsylvania, and wliich   i.s  so   near the bank  that  there  i.s  sometimes  a  back  swell.  Pennsylvania got the course next to Wisconsin, and   Columbia   next  to  Cornell.  Coach McConville   took   his bad  luck in  getting the inside course quite philsophi-  cally, saying "Well, we will do our best  wherever we aro, and 1  hope  that there  is not" much difference.". The  drawings  + were followed by  a .discussion  over the  tide-and .tho  benefit  the  outside  crew-  would get if the race were "rowed at tlie,  hour set.    The eoininittee5 decided, so 'as  to avoid all controversy,  that the  races  should all be postponed for one hour, the  four oared taking place at 5  o'clock, the  freshmen   at   ~),  and   the varsity at  0  -. o'clock tomorrow.  A. live o'clock the referee ordered the  two fours to line up. At 5:10 p. m. they  ��� caught tho water a,t the pistol shot and  both crews started off pulling steady and  strong. At tho quarter mile Pennsylvania had gained .lightly but both crews  had their way strongly, j^t the half  Pennsylvania leads by a length, at tho  mile Pennsylvania leads by two lengths,  time S:25 3-5 at the mile and a half  Pennsylvania leads by two lengths, pulling .'-52 and Cornell 33. Nearing the finish  line both crews increased their stroke  slightly," and Cornell appeared to be gaining a trifle. Pennsylvania wins by two  lengths.    Time 32.08 _-��.  Later--Cornell    wins   tho    freshmen's  _mght;_oarod_rnc_J)y_ouo-loiig_h,-GolumbIa-  second,  and    four   lengths   in   front  of  Pennsylvania.    Time 9.54 1-5.  une  TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE ,7,   1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY,  $2.  chamber of deputies expresses itself resolved not to support any government  but one determined to defend energetically republican institutions, and to  assure public order, and thus clearly de-  lines the task of the now cabinet. The  ministry has no other ambition than to  accomplish it. The senate, by a vote of  157 to 25, approved the declaration of  the government.  A Long and Laborious Trip.  DaavSon, June IS, via Seattle June 20���  Dr. R. J. Connelly of Chicago, B. Witcher  of Brooklyn, David Hopkins, D. AI. l_ng-  lish, U. P. Meenie of Omaha, M. A. McLean, J. II. Ruff of Chicago and ' A. 15,  Harris of Michigan, have arrived after a  long and hard trip over the Edmonton  route. They left Edmonton December  15, 1S97, and two of the party, John  Bean ret aud T. G. Orchid, were drowned  in the Peel river last summer. The party  sledded across from Edmonton over the  Swan mountains, a distance of four hundred miles, to Peace river, Avhere they  built boats and floated down to Slave  lake, thence down the MacKeuzie to McPhersou. Roping their boats up Peel  river-a.distance of 200 miles, they prospected until December, when they started  for a pass in the Rocky mountains at the  headwaters of the Stewart river. They  were four months going 125 miles.  Placer on McMillan River.  Skat'tlk, June 20.���Charles P. Osborne  of   San   Francisco,  Avho   arrived  today  from Dawson, claims to have  found rich  placer  grounds  on  the   head   waters of  McMillan river.    He says it's  a  terrible  country to get into.    A Villi   his partner  Smithson of Los Angeles he traveled up  the   river   four   hundred   miles.     They  cleaned up nearly $1000 before they wore  compelled   to  come  out  for   provisions.  Wliilo in there they met a  party of six  who left I5dmouton over a year ago and  wintered on the Peel river.   Their clothes  were in rags and thoy were almost skeletons.    Tliree  of   their  party  had   died.  The leader of their party, a  man   named  Jackson, from New Jersey,"said they had  been held up by Indians and robbed of a  good part  of- their  outfits.    Krom  that  time they "had  lived  on  dogliesh  and a  couple of moose   they   Avere   fortunate  enough-to shoot. . ._   .  - ;  - -~ ���  Instructed to -Proceed to Ottawa.  Kingston, Jamaica, June 2(5.--Tho  secretaryof state for the colonies, Mr.  Chamberlain has directed the governor of  Jamaica, sir Augustus W. L. Hemming,  to instruct the reciprocity delegates to  proceed from AVashington to OttaAA'a for  the purpose*of conferring Avith the* Dominion authorities ou the Avhole project  of Jamaica's future relations with Canada. The reason for thus is not knoAvn  but many people sup]lose Mr. Chamberlain doubts the practical results of the  United Stales negotiations and desires to  hasten the movement for the alternative  Canadian annexation.  Rioters Fighting ib. the ti-.art's,  AVakdnmh, Idaho, June 20.���-The defense today filed an affidavit charging  : prejudice against tlie defendants oil the  part of acting sheriff Fi'-iiliet. and pf four  of his deputies, ant! objecting to appoint--  metit of either its eligible to summon a  jiily. They all objected to the Open  venire claiming that the jury should be  galled from the regular jury panel. The  court overruled tlie last objection and  tlie defense then asked foi' permission to  file an affidavit regarding deputy Angus  Sutherland, the court having signified its  intention to appoint hiin unless cause  Avas shown to prevent. The defence  then moved to quash the citations to tlie  comity coiniuissiooers, claiming that the  charges Avere criminal, and the statutes  required them to be preferred by indictment or presentment by grand jury, or  by information filed by the county attorney, whereas the present Charges came  from the attorney-general, avIio appeared  as a private citizen, also tliat the crime  should be charged from knowledge and  not simple information and belief.  New Government Finds Favor.  Paris, June 20.���The cabinet ministry  presented themselves to the chamber this  afternoon. The chamber of deputies aviis  thronged and there Avas great animation  at the opening of the session Avhen it became knoAvn that two hostile groups, the  socialist-radicals and the democratic loft  had decided to vote iu favor, of  the government and that M. Paul  Lacasse ���-. had AvithdraAvn his interpellation . Identical statemen ts  Avere read in the chamber of deputies by  the premier, Ms AValdeck-Rousseau, and  iu tlie senate by the minister of justice,  M.  Monis.    They AA'ere a,s folloAvs: Tlie  Troubles in Armenia.  CoNSTANTiNoru., June 20. ��� News comes  from Bitlis, Asiatic Turkey, that two  hostile tribes of Kurds, fighting in that  district, have killed many Armenians and  haAre burned several of their A'illagos.  According to dispatches received from  "Bucliai'eScrnOOTfii.neTPpeasaTFfcs, under the  leadorshipofananarchisticagitator named  Bogdon Kitoshb, have just tried toseixolhe  city of Slatinti. eighty-live miles Avest of  the Capital. The garrison repelled the  invasion, killed a number of leaders and  court-inai'tialed and shot all avIio were  captured under arms. Fitesht had .recently been expelled froin .Franco;  Samoan Commissioners Criticized.  . Loxno.v, Julie��� 20.���The scheme of the  Saiiioan high comniissioiiei's for the  future government oi' the Islands  is severely Criticised in some quarters  here on the .ground' that it leaves  practically untouched the principle  of tripartite control, which AVas  responsible for the recent troubles, but satisfaction is expressed, of  course, that the native factions should  have given up their rifles and that Malietoa Tan us should haA'e resigned his disputed kingship.  Protection Promised Law ATiolaters.  Pueblo, June 20.���Theiler's smelter,  one of tlie trust plants, resumed operations  today Avith about half its regular force.  The Avages paid are about Avhat the company originally offered, and the men are  guaranteed protection if they choose to  A'lolate the eight-hour law.  Claimant to a Peerage Killed.  Vanoouvi-I., June 20.��� A. R. Hill, an  old resident of this city Avas run over and  killed today by a street car. Hill Avas a  common laborer and claimed to be heir  to lord Armstrong, the famous gunmaker,  but tlie peerage giA'es no heir to Armstrong.    Vancouver's Expensive Drill Hall.  .. .Ottawa, Juno 20.���It is understood  that A'iau and Lachauce, contractors of  Null, have signed a contract for buildiug  the drill hull, at Vaucou ver for $70,000.  OTIS REVIEWS THE SITUATION.  He Is Not Discouraged.  AVashington, June 20.���General Otis,  in reply to a cable from, the war department, asking  for information  regarding  the situation and conditions in   the Philippines, today cabled a reply as follows:  This   is   the   rainy  season  and there   is  .little inland campaigning in Luzon.    AA'o  now occupy a larger portion of the country, our lines stretching from Imus on the  south   to   San   Fernando,   on  the  north  nearly sixty miles, anil eastward into the  Lnguna province.     The insurgent armies  haA'e suffered great losses and are scattered.    The  only large forces together  comprise about four thousand in  Tarlae  proA'ince   and   in   northern   Pampanga.  Their scattered  forces are  in  bands- of  from fifty to five hundred.     In the other  portions   of   Luzon,  in  CaA'ite" and the  Batangas proA'iuces they could assembly  possibly 2000 men  though  they are demoralized from recent defeats.  The mass of the people have been terrorized by thelnsurgent soldiers and desire  peace and. American   protection/and no  longer flee on the approach of our troops.,  unless they are forced by the insurgents.  Tliere has been no recent burning of the  towns,  and   the  population  Avibhin  our  lines is becoming dense.    The people are  taking up land cultivation extensively.  The Only hope of the insurgent leaders  now is Uni bed States aid. They proclaim  the hear overthrow of the present administration, to be folloAved by their independence and recognition by the United  States. This is the influence Avhieh enables them to holdout. Much contention  prevails among them, and no civil government remains. Trade Avith ports not  i if our possession, the former source of  the insurgent reA'enue, i.s now interdicted, but as the people in these parts  are without supplies or food and merchants are suffering great losses, tliere is  a prospect of restoring trade pri vileges, although insurgents will reap benefits.  Courts are iioav in successful operation  under the direction of -able Filipinos.  Affairs in the other islands-are comparatively quiet,'aAvaitiug results in Luzon,  Sickness among the * troops has increased lately, due mostly to the arduous  service ancl climatic influences, but it is  nothing alarming. Of the IavcIvo per  cent of command repoited sick, nearly  six per cent are in the general hospital,  of av horn three, per cent haA'c typhoid,  seventeen per cent malarial lover and  twelve per cent intestinal troubles. Many  officers and men who served in Cuba  break under the recurrence of the Cuban  fever. The regular regiments lately received are inadequately officered.  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  Clements Gets a Permit.  The license commissioners had another  session   yesterday   afternoon  Avhen   the  application of A. II. Clements for a saloon  license   was  again   discussed.      .John   A.  Turner was  not  present at the meeting  and the other two commissioners did not  in the first instance intend to take any  action.    It  was therefore decided to adjourn the meeting for two Aveeks.    R. S.  Lennie, who. appeared for the applicant,  then  proposed  that   the   commissioners  should grant the applicant a permit to  sell  liquor on  his  premises  in the Oddfellows' block duriug the Dominion Day  celebration.    He .said/that there  Avas  a  prbA'isioii in the statute for the granting  of  permits for  periods of 48 hours and  finder, and as the applicant had  gone to  considerable  expense", the commissioners  had it in their power to help him recoup  himself by the granting of a permit during  tlie  celebration.     This  request the  commissioners granted, and the solicitor  then followed it up with the request that  the board should also grant a license to  coA'er the interval between  the  present  and the next meeting of the board.   This  lie  said   would  enable  the applicant to  comply Avith all the requirements of the  board and  should  it  be. found  that he  could not do so the lieense could be cancelled at once.    This-, was. further  than  commissioner Mclvillop would, go, so the  matter for the present rests witli a permit to sell  liquor on Friday and Saturday.  Victims of the Edmonton Trail.  A'lCTOHiA, June 20.���The Yukon Sun of  June (5th, just receiA'ed, tells  the   following story of deaths  on  the  trail  to  the  gold fields: "John 3. Crowley,  agent of  the Ladeau Company at Dahl   river during the past Avinter, brings  information  of the death of three  men  from  starvation and cold, while attempting to make  the   head  AVaters  of  the  Ivoyukul.  last  winter.   The A'ietinis are  Michael  Daly,  Providence, Rhode Island, and J. Pronon  .aiid_Victo__Lelare,_two���Ganadians,-who-  wore  members   of   a   large   parly   who  attempted to cross from  Dahl   river and  started   ou   the  trip  in January.    Some  two or throe Weeks after the main par by  returned and  reported their three companions   tis   lost.      Nothing  was  heard  from the missing nien until some time in  March, when.tile BreSler-party of Circle  City reported the finding of the remains  of the three bodies on the north   fork of  Bonanza,    near   the   head -./waters. ..of  Koyuktik.  In a tent was found the dead body  of J. Proilou, sitting bi** a snlall stove on  Will ell was a kettle. Pronon had been:  trying to boil the moosehicle throngs  from off his snOwshoos, The boy was  buried;, and about foul* miles below this  they found the fragments or Michael  Daly and Victor Letai-e, nearly devoured  by wolves. In some places oil the back-  trail the Bresler party found notes pinned  to trees by these unfortunates begging  their companions to hurry along because  they were starving, while they Avere  pushing through to Koyukuk Where they  hoped to find food and shelter. Ofthe  many stories, of hardship, suffering and  .death in the loAver river country, this i.s  the most shocking. It would be in connection Avith the loss of this party that  the tale of cannibalism, evidently fictitious, was put in circulation by recent arrivals from the north.  Professor Georgeson sent by the department of agriculture at AVashington  to report upon the aA*ai lability of Alaskan  territory contiguous to the Canadian  Yukon for farming operations has returned from the north. He is we'll satisfied with the outlook, believing that the  Vukon flats when properly treated will  prove equally adapted' to cereal productions as the flats of Minnesota- and the  steppes of Siberia, and-will yield ample-  win-ill to supply the contiguous districts  with flour. -   ���'��� '.,.  YMIE.  The Ymir mine has commenced to ship  crude ore, Avhieh cannot be treated by the  stamp mill, to the Nelson smelter, and  the shipments of concentrates steadily  continue.  DaA'id Grobehas been doing assessment  Avork upon his properly up Porcupine  creek.  Jack Dc.var came down from the Good  Hope, up AVild Horse creek, on Saturday  and  reports thai-  development  work  is  .being steadily carried on.  John, McLn tchiohas been surA'eying the  Salmon Star, up the north fork of Wild  Horse'creek, just above-the Elisc. The  'property is owned by Anderson, Sweden-"  berg and Malone, and a crown grant is to*  be applied for.   '  C. AV. Mount of Iiossland spent Sunday  in Ymir.  Thomas Purgold, the Liverpool merchant, is back again and has brought  Avilli him J. AV Astley, the mining ex-,  pert, to report upon the Morning and  Kveiling Star.-voperatcd by the Fairmont  Gold Mining Company, Limited. At the  Evening Star shaft there is a lot of  trouble Avith the water, but a contract  will soon be let for sinking for sinking  fifty, feet below the present 100-foot  level.  Charles Dundee i.s visiting the cam]) in  connection Avith his mining interests.  Ymirites intend visiting Nelson in considerable numbers for the Dominion Day  celebration.  The Canadian Pacific Exploration Company, which is operating the Porto Rico,  last Aveek shipped forty tons of concentrates to the Le Roi smeller at Norlh-^  "port; The cTTiTcen-rates carry one and a  half ounces gold, the value of the forty  tons being entered at the customs as  $ i 2(J0.  The officers of the Black-code Mines,  Limited, capitalized at .$1,000,000, wliich  has been formed to operate the Blackcock  .mine, are: A. J. McMillan, president; A.  Juliet.)',. vice-president; .alderman C. O.  Lalonde, A, Audet and J. L. 0. Abbott.  The following is the report for June.of  tlie lynii.r puj-lic sciiool : Class V:���possible 10S0i-Nellie Keefe 700. Class 1 AY���  possible 1;0��0.���Lily lieofe 7s.U, Constance  Adams 7.8, Maggie Coogan 1j._<S. Class  111.���senior-���possible 750���Birdie Sbi'iini  1)21), Mabel McLeod o<S8, Jiiii.cs Creamer  112,, Class III.���junior��� -Loring Mcs-  I.saac IM, Bessie Clark I'M, 3. Ii. Clarke  12(5, Bridget Coogan 'J7i., Richard' Iveefe  372, Aline Jvlavcna 31!). Class II.���possible OoO���OI lie McLeod 112, Henry Kla-  vena 390, Pattrolina Burgoine -MS, Harry  Ivlavona 307. Mabel .Creamer 20(5. Class  I.���George Parker 115, Alfred B. Clai'k  380, AViimie Coogan 3S7, David R. Keefe  302, Clifford Parker 330. Isabel DesBrisay  290, Myrtle. Robson 282. Primary Class  ���Rex DesBrisay, Ada Robson.  The roll of honor contained the names  of Nellie Iveefe foi' proficiency, Constance  Adams for maps, Mabel M-c'Lcod for deportment, , and Henry Klavcna for  attendance.  There was quite a largo gathering of  friends to witness tho departure of Miss  Green, tlie school teacher, who has gone  to Assiniboia on a avo'II deserved vacation.  NELSON.  Assistant chief Collins of the Rossland  fire department arrived in Nelson on  Sunday and left for home yesterday  morning. While here he satisfied himself a.s to the rules thai would govern  the firemen's races 'during the celebration. He said that Rossland- would' send  three teams (baseball, lacrosse-and hose  cart) to.compete in the sports, iind- that  the delegation from Rossland would  number anywhere from 200 to 500.  A meeting of the city council will be  held this afternoon when provisions will  be made for the entertainment* of the  corporation's guests during the Dominion  Day celebration.  The Canadian Pacific railway and the  city council will take care of the '���.members- of the Western Press Association  during their short stay in Nelson this  evening. They AviII arrive from Spokane  at 5.10 and depart for Kaslo at S.     *  The decoration' committee suggests'  that the occupiers of buildings on Baker,  A-'ernoh, . Stanley, Hall, Josephine ancl  Victoria streets decorate their buildings,  as the money at the disposal of the committee is limited. The trades procession  will form on 'Vernon street, Avest of  Ward, thence east to Hall, along Hall to  Baker, thence, to'Kootenay, along Kootenay to Victoria, thence to Josephine,  along Josephine to Vernon and disband.  Lee Coombs of Rossland will'bo'starter,  of the horse races at Nelson.  The committee appointed to select the  players for the baseball team -that, will  hold up Nelson's end during the celebration, had as much difficulty in naming  the players as a young 'married couple1  have in naming a first baby.  School inspector' AV. Burns avi'11 hold an  examination for teachers here between  July. 3rd and Sth. The examinations Will  be for first, second and third class certificates.  The baseball committee met yesterday  evening and selected the foIloAving nine  to represent Nelson in the -Dominion Day  competition : Rockenfieid, pitcher; Caverley, catcher; Partridge, lb; Eacritt,  2b; AArater.s, 3b; H. Houston, ss; Emerson, rf; Frank'Moore, If; Mills, cf; The  spare men are Phair aiuf Campbell.  Pays $3.50 a Day. /..  The Pot Hook copper -"mine, six miles  from Kamloops, has many* hund red feet  of underground Avorkings; and:the,slipAV-  ings are'said t,��^*bBs^v^5iv_vljl^gffeiPii^cijiir^i  panv opera1111g i^iS-iinSQl^'%ifiiti^",o_fe,-  and ite i.ianag^np^ga|^^:|^^e-  eight-hour       *~ "  midergroui  companies opeip,t]!n||;it^^^^i^^^|i^^:  follow   suit  av^,fcli|��g-^^^ss^jb^���^^^^'1^'  holders, for   .lie)n^xp_riel^  Hook uniiiiigoii le^#i^^M^.r|^!fkl*"|lig  men do as mucj^*w<^i^  they formerly d-id^^tlliii^^/jYf/y"*;"''"/ *"  Eoosevelt Solid��.V-t_^  Las VrtciAS, ^ipt"^��^^��0^,ii%:ifl^dB:^4  veil Avas   giveh.^Jivi^'j-ll:^  morning on his^^|i^i^^^e^_"'^,^:'-.,  Roosevolt and p^l$j*3Wj^  to their-car by tlle'pg^nyiueut "f_itkeifss��J(lf;  the southwest, imi6ug:wfi,oii.i \fer"e feov&f-Y  nor Otero, of NCAA^^eSjc/Oi^  Murphy of Arizo/tia. Y(R^i,jsevel^ippeal*-  ance on the car pl'utfbrni'^'fjS'a sjg'Ui.t. foil-  a burst of cntliusiaj.i)l. *tiid" ej)eenhrg by  the large crowd"lissenijMed.,    y--y  General "Oils'" Death febll.  Washington, Juife 2G>��� The War department has received, the foilov.ilig  denlh report froni .general Otis: Death  i��� eport siiice lijj*t__vgeckl.���__i!e-.jort__frmu^  wounds iu actio!)'--���David, Silver, com*  pany 31., First jVfoiitMiia; Miles Doitile,  corporal Thirteenth nil.in/try: Defotest  Hutchinson,   Ninth   in/Can try':    LeouAl'd  CREWS  ARE YTRAININC  HARD  For the International Fours.  Interest in the regatta on Dominion  Day seems to center round the ������international" fours race. The Scotchmen  haA*c nob been a|jle to put a four on the  Avater, biit. the Canadians, English and  Irish are represented,- and a good race is  expected. At present the issue seems to  be between the Canadians aiid Englishmen;' The former are the heavier. creAv,  averaging about 100 pounds, and they"  have been practising steadily. They  have made several long steady paddles to  Five Mile point, and On Sunday they  rowed over the course in A'ery creditable  style considering the distance previously  traversed. The crew consists of E. C.  Wragge, J. F. Povah, J. J. Chambers aiid  G. A. M. Young stroke. The latter is an  ex-Argonaut. They avi'11 be steered by  Clarence Goepel.  Tho English creAv is the lightest of the  lot,   aA'-'eragiug  barely  150  pounds,  but  . they are good  watermen  and  roAv Yvell  together.    They rowed a race on  Saturday with a scratch  team,  in  which  the Y  latter finished first, but the Englishmen  had receiA'ed* orders not  to  exert themselves to the utmost,  and   they  may be  trusted to giA-e a good account of them-  seh-es on the7ir..t.; They intend practising  ���both.mornings and evenings until the day  of the race. The ere av consists of H.B. Haines,   ;  S. D. Curtis, H.  Howden, CY B.  Winter. 7  sti'oke, and Tom Gallon," cox. 7  The Irish  crew are   the   giants   ancl  average about 170 pounds aman.    This  crew  has  had  rather hard luck, in fact  one of the oai'smen, H. B. Thonisbn,YAvas  obliged to go away to the Coast and wiII  not be back until -.tomorrow,.and so Avill  probably be unable to row.    During his  absence  his place   has   been   taken   by  R.  AV. Day, Avho  stroked  the '-winning-''  crew  last year.    Stroke and  tliree are Y  very powerful men, and if the crew gets  well together, they should make things 7  interesting for their  competitors.v This 7  crew also intend to practice in the morning as Avell as the. evening for the rest of  .the time, and not a few  think tlnit'YtheV,  green   Avill  be  roAved   to  A'ictory on'the   Y  lirst.    The.-...crew.-, consists  of J.   Boyer,  R.AV.  Day,  R.  E.  Mannsell, and   E.A^.l;  Thomson,  stroke.-.'---   It  is  uncertain   yet Y:  Avho Avill cox the crew.  Tlie boating committee: held a" finalYY  meeting last night to decide on YtlieY//  troph ies   tov .be -/given,;,- for-YbheVyarious^Y'  Will hp st.\taoiiad'_-^ :!M^l$a}^  ��.oi'7bl_-.'b"Qijttn.'_-q^^^  khopl iibq souVvl ;t00xWi"tiifkyA poW^y^'i  ��-he- 1-jj-j'x 7t. " 7. *     ���,-:, Y 2!:/y.^y^y"I.>���*"  liuliiig, Twenty-firsfc infViiitry'. fterbert  MilTlin, FOui'tli infantry5 George Hilts,  Fourth infantry.  ���The Shamrock in Collision.  LONPON, .June 2(5. Sir Thomas Upton's  eu,|) challenger. Shamrock waft' launched  this��������� afternoon, at Mill wall, As the  Sham rock reached: ilildsCrenln f'roDi th.e  slips a Ijai'ge collided witli her, st'j'ilcing  the ya.chtrs Iioav jibon' the vva,t;er liiio,  and niakiug a big doiit. The full extent  of the damage done hail not; been ascertained, as this dispatch was sent.  Rossland',. Output for tlie Week.  I,.o.s..(7ANi), June 20.���The mines of,  Kossland sent out 2011, tons for the weekend ing Saturday. The absence of regular  ore ears on the Columbia���& Western railway caused a falling-off. No-'ore avos  sent to Trail on June 17th, I Sth or 19th.  The new cars are now in use, and this  coming Aveek the tonnage should go up  again.   ,  Firm of Turner-Beeton  VicTOKlA, June 2d.  to Be  Reorganized.  J.. II. Turner, who  lias been in London for some time on  business connected with the conversion  of Iris firm into a limited company, is repoited to have made all arrangements  for sucli a step, and it i.s understood that  the prospectus will be issued in London  in a few days.  Forty Thousand Workers Will  Strike.  .   I'lTTNiM'!.*',   .June  20.��� The  conference,  of the   cominittee '.of the   American' Till  I "la to Company and  iron   workers dosed  at Chicago on Saturday eveiling without  rcacjiiiigan agreement, and   a strike  of  ���lO.liOO workers will be  inaugurated next  Saturday. .  -   ^g-nauteY;^  TOKOntp, Jruieio.-^  speck-!   cable   to;  tlie :/Te%.gram-f I'datcC^  l-!ei-iley-o'n-Th!;r.me..,     Jfiue    2.(1;    *'��&Hl .  Argonauts' 1'ia.v'e Chga^ed-'' FrWl Ptai^fid^  the Aimykan ogrmipxi  iVl'io .t*onie_1��f*_oiif��a__  ^��y!-.l)TC^tr7ri1^  Plaisted on TdTOuto bay soine years ago.  Tlte   Argonauts  telegraphed  CJaSpoi* at  Putney toc-oine down to Ilenley iuiuietU  iately as the l-onr boat Is entirely nnsiib-  isfactory.  This nloriling tli�� eight qeeliftied th&i'j*  time in sprinting. In the eights -trijih  ti-icy did- tjie? distance to l*\x\yl&y Cou.i'1' A"h  three minutes .alul .11 seeau'.s al;ld fiuisked  the course ��� in seven mil nites and :?5  seconds I.Ycling fresh,. The stroke' averaged thirty*four -to the minute-  G-oldiijiui did half of the course jrj. _i;  trial this nioi'iiing iu A niinutes and !4>  second'-*,, beating Fox, one of his Conlpeti'  tors for the .diamond scull;-*, A Jieafl  wind was un favorable fn good intnetieo.  In Howell's quarters the Word is thi.t  Howell will I'lress Gold-Hnwi hard m the  first half of the race, but Gol.dmau Kays  that if .lie goes in front at the start lie  wiM-rcnmiir tliere till .the 'finish:-'- Goldman always finishes iu; excellent condition.  rTh(! Argonauts are very popular here  and will have many friends to support  them- when the regatta opens.  Dates Fixed for Canada Cup Races.  Toronto, Juno 20.���The trial races for  the Canada Cup,  for  which   tliree boats  have been built by a Hamilton syndicate,  and a like number by Toronto yachtsmen,  will be sailed during the en biro  week of  August 7th. There will be a yacht racing  I'eude/.voiis   under   tlio  auspices  of  the  It. C. Y. C. at Toronto,  on   August Mth,  hlth, Kith  and   17th.    On   August  18th  there will be a cruising race from Toronto  to Hamilton for all classes, and on August  H)l,h special  races  at  Hamilton  for  the  oTr-foot class and skiff class.     The lirst of  the scries of international races for Canada's   cup   Avill   be  sailed   on   Monday,  August 21st, and continue on the folloAv-  ing days until three races have been won  by either of the contesting racers.  ?_�����_& I THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON,  B.C., TUESDAY, JUNE ..?,   !8!H>.  I  l1 -  Red, vvljite ai)d biue bunting, and flags for decoration purposes.  A large asscrtrr.ent of bey's lineq and duc\ suits.  Ladies' white arjd biack, rr]uslin blouses.    Just the thing for hot wea%r.  A. FERLAND * CO.  I'lio. Mock, raker Street, Nelson  HUDSON'S BAY  iH  Wii^*5--(&?��r't  INCORPORATED 1670.  YUM  YUM  SPECIAL SALE  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS   OK   PVIHIAS��� JSi.lMin    J cxlf.-e.   No,   2.",  Knight!- o�� P} thins, inert- in 1. O. 0. F. Hall,corner  Bakcr and Kootenay streets, every 'I'lrc-'dny evenin.   nt  8 o'clock.    Visitinv Knij.-ht'- mrrtinllv invited toiiltcnd.  C. 1- l:KX< U, ('. 0. G. BOSS, K. of li. __ ri.  A       NI-.I.M.N   IjOIiUI., NO. 23. A. K. .* A. 1.1.    Meet  *jr%~ '-ecoi'il  Wrri.'c-daj   i" i-ncli month,   "oininnini  in.-  PEOFESSIONAL   CARDS.  * & CABBIE���.Architect.".'.   Ko  cidccn liloek, Baker si reel, Nul'on.  ���pjWAKT & CABBIE������Architect."'.   Booms 7 awl 8 Al-  MISCELLANEOUS.  WANTKD���To rent, a miis.11   fi.rnislrrd how-o or collage.   Apply to A. l'\, Tiibimti ollice.  LOST���A pair of Kolri-riinnrcil spectacles, in a leather  <:im.\   Kinder- will be Miiiably reva (led nn rclurn-  iriK same to The Tiibuiro oiliue, Vernon xiri-_l, Nelson.  FOR   KENT���One  coltape   on   Latimer   street,   half  block wc-t of Stanley street    A11 conveniences. S17..V)  a month.   AppI} atTrihrrneollice. Vernon .-trcel, Nelson.  LOST���A black silk belt,  with diamond pa=te brickie  set in silver.    l'ind< r will be milablj  n warded by  rclurninj. same to The Tribune oflic , Vernon street.  LO.T-A Iv. of P. jewel.    _?.i will be paid for its re-  Inrn and no questions a'-ked, to The Tribune ollice,  Vernon street. Nelson.  WANTliU���Two  waitresses  at,   the  Queen's Hotel.  None bnt waitren-cs   need apply.    Mrs.   I..  (J.  Clarke.  WA-.TKJ)���To purchase, on Ibree years'lime at fair  interest, a plot of land for building purposes, sine  about l.')rt.N 1-0 feet, distant within fifteen minutes walk  from postollicc.   Address Picslo, Tribune ollice.  oral housework,  rnon street ea-t-  WANTED���A servant girl to do gen  .   .   .Apply lo Mrs, XV: .1. Wilson, V��n  ��it��''��tHmvte;  T)_ut_y Edittcy   Wkkkly ErnTJON....  ........ .First YKAR, No  W   Seventh Yeah, No. .'11  From every-to.vn and tlislricl in tlie  province comes -lie .tunc tiresome Avuil:  "We want larger, appropriations for  schools, roads and public buildings." A  like tiresome howl is raised every time  tlie government increases existing taxes  or levies new ones. J If a government  Ogives the people what they ask for in the  way of appropriations they are denounced as extravagant and corrupt. If  . appropriations are limited to the actual  revenues, the government is roundly denounced as niggardly and mean. At  present, both iiossland and Nelson arc  clamoring for better public schools and  denouncing the government for not furnishing the school trustees Avith all the  money they want. ltossland and Nol.on  clamored for local self-government.' Both  tatiou from the political hogs of Vancouver. Vancouver with its four members  would not cut a very wide swath in the  legislature Avithout backing from Yale,  Lillooet, Cariboo and Kootenay. As long  as the Vancouver members, iu or out of  the Cabinet, conduct themselves as units  of the party of Avhieh Mr. Semlin i.s tho  recognized head all Avill go Avell; once  they proclaim themselves'the whole party, they AA'ill hear something drop. The  great interior holds the balance of poAver,  and the politicians of the Coast will realize it once they try to get all four feet in  the political feeding trough..      .  Tub Vaneoiwer World goes into hysterics because a number of well-known  men���-officials and ex-officials���got drunl*  at a bhnquot tendered a bacchant.  iSSON'S  A Special Line of  Cloth Bound  IN ATTRACTIVE BINDINGS  ALL POPULAR AUTHORS  OFFERED AT  FRESH  CANDY  JUST  IN  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  brickTlime!  Our first kiln of brick will.be ready for delivery about  tho Isg of .June.   Call at our ollice for pi-ices.  During the month of .Trinewo will deliver lime in  quantities of twenty sacks and over at  60 Cents pep 100 Lbs  The West ^ootenay Erick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. Gv PROCTOR, Manager  Gentlemen  If jrou want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring arrd  summiT, 1 have over 5(HI dill'er-  ent patterns of Scotch  and English . tweeds, .  . whieh.I will make tb your Order at tbe low "  ' price of -.    ....... :._i -_.." if25 ,  "  'Hack- Venetians* make a nice suit for sum- ,  rncr wear at,..: -..'., '.S'-l   -  i  'Mack serge suits in sack or.morning coat..?'2l'  =   A heavy  Scotch   tweed," rrice  patterns' for1-   .  _,-, business -uit\.'..  '. ... ���:.......SIS    -._- '  Trousers at;equally low prices.   Fit and finish      _.  -.-      no better jir Canada.   Ladies'fine tailoring a  . specialty.' Clement block, Baker street.  Stevens, Tiie Tailor  Do You Want One?  ffl  Hose and Sunshades  I A complete line  of the above goods, "which  ffl .which we- are selling1 at prices that will make b  ffl    - . um  g it worth your while to buy.  ffl  irt Waists  We have a very choice variety in all shades of colors  B  B  B  B  B  B  en's Lad les5 -and Ghifdren's Shoes  B  ^.:  VICTORIA   BLOODS:.,   BJLKEE STEEET,' _^_BXJS03Sr,- B: O-  ���tt^&>&-&-&-C=>'(=>'&^'C=3-&-G^-&-&-r^--l=?-&'<=>-<=2-(=2-t^  ^am^a ^is^ ^a^^ ^^iS-a  got what they clamored foi'. Both have  iiiuloubtedly wasted during tlieir short  lives as cities more money than would  have been sufficient to have maintained  their public schools highly efficient.  Suppose they stop wasting and stop  camming, aiHl act as piiMic-spirjted  on the S-hodl question as they do in  cfciebfatiug: holidays and in giving ban-  -.; epiets, If they do, both will have fine  and well-equip|)cd public ,scho61_ "sVitliiu  six -luoiiths. People get tired earing toy  able-bodied nieudic'tiut.s; so do govern-  liiehts, -  Yanc'ouVeil once sent a number of its  politicians   up   through   Kootenay   and  Yale   to   bistikiict    the    natives   as   to  what they should do at an election that  was about to be held.   The natives paid  the politician.,   so  little  attention   tliat  they were never heard, of again even in  Vancouver.     The   faction    of   aspiring  politicians that is now trying!'to stir up  trouble in Vancouver lias one of its number in Kootenay on a mission.   He will  go back to Vancouver frost-bitten.   The  province is too big foi- men of his calibre.  Tiii- men of Vancouver who are worrying themselves over the Semlin government-should not forget that the people  who defeated the Turner party are not  all residents of Vancouver. A few of  of them live in Kootenay, a few more live  in Yale,'a small number live in Lillooet,  and a number' five in Cariboo. These  men arc represented ontlie.floor-_[ the':  Louse by men who will not submit iodic-  Thomson Stationery Co., IM   JST-Iil-SOa-T.,   IB. O.  We  lititlmeimed  liy ,.Jn_e !il_ne rij your drug briyillg: Looking  well to qiialitj* means,satisfactory results���nlearrs  securing tire reinedytlrat best fullillg thd purpose  for wljieh yoii in!ended it. Purity, quality, satis--  faction, are first ecSnsitlOred here, but (Uwt.ys a  Jri.ee tlrat makes the pui-hase air economical one.,  A price that mean..-pmctlririg to you. Orlc jiack-  agoof-lir  Tf yon want a stylish perfect' fitting suit,'madeof the  bc<t cloth ever imported to Nelson, leave your order  with me,,  t-ix hundred dollars worth of new goods now waiting your inspection,   1 guarantee satisfaction or no .-ale.  SUITS $25  kelson's rrp-lo-date Tailor, next Kootenay Coll'eo <Jo.  J. R. WRAY  e  Claries A, Waterman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  BBAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  _Wo havg^a. flpd nfigprtnieilt of \v^oic_ii_s^alg:irys-  Oii harrd.   uoods nfMeRiib 'Vt tlfe Slrort'diit pos-"  siblo iv6lic��*.   As evorythrirg is kept and tirade  on the pr'_nlis0s, satisfacdion ii? assdred.    .  wilt make one quart of 'the host spring tonic oil  the, n'lrtrket, and i. unequidled forall I loffd.illvcr,  st-iriaeh rmd kidney tr&ubfiSS, iind tlw pride is  25 CENTS  Canada Brag and Book Co.,  X-X_MlO?E3D  Corner ot Baker and Stanley Strcots, Nelson  Vienna Restaurant  linker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  meals at all hours, day ok night  bakkky in connection  Family and pastry cooking a specialty  only whitk hklp kmploxiod  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOR SALIC Oil HIRE  fi.!. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, KELSON  Charles  B. J. Christie  GEN3BRAL  BROKER.  KIRST DOOR WKS'J* HANK. II. C. HUILDING.  Lots for Sale  tS.fll); \VilI, ptireliaac ft Choice rcsidcncQ cdj'ner, lOO _y 1*20  ��� feet.  $2\W will prtrijlnrSo a ccntj'al 16}; and tcKidcijcc.  SJiOll will, iJiuIrIS�������<_ two hice lots nful, shnuty.,  ! $2f)l]a- will i>iii:clia��o t,��"o nice lots and collage.  , S3000,_>vill pui'Chase f_Jni; niuu lots arid rusidQiicd.,  Jitiy Fali'inont sli'ires for ii rise.,  -_i(ll)ll-lJl.i.��a,-a.l;-g-cnill.s :   te; !_.___ IP i-a: oasr ej  35  During Ihe," season wo will deliver ice. at private residences  and business house., daily in an>*  desired quantity at cusonmlilu  prices.  H. D. Aslieroft  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  JM.rcllnwlixc hnuled lo and from depots; 1ms  meuls all trains and boats. Speuial intention  given f/i Ihe lransfer of baggage. Ottlcc and  stable, on Vernon, gtredt, o|>p6-ito The Tribune.  BLACKSMITHSNG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to l��v a first-class  wheelwright.  Spcciaratlen.tterr given to all kinds of repairing and  Custom work from outside points.  ALEX S  Turner' & Booekh block, Nelson, 1��� O.  FIRE, LIFE, AOOIDBNT ANB SICKNESS  REAL ESTATE AtfD LOANS,  TO IjT'ST���SaiVomT. houses .f, diirdrdiit ste'es.  FOR 'SA'I'K���Real estato in all par'lw of tho city.  FOB EEKTT  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Goals built to order. Repairing and lltting a specialty. Sails made and rigged. Fishing rods and Inckle  mended.   At Government wharf, Nelson.  TENDERS   WANTED.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  Ai'i'*.,Y  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At olllce of the Duncan Minos, Limited.  FOR SALE  by Private bargain  pafsot)5 prodiiQe Qa  NEL-SQlS*', p.  Sfjop.*   ("a" Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  StRAC5HAN BROS.  PLUMBERS  Opera House B.ock, NELSON  W,  dnily (iiroct from  10-Rooffi  House, O-ntntlly lotntcd, ��:1800.  G-Iiooin 'Cottage ancl 2 Lots oil Oiit'bonai'B  street, .$1'100, easy terms!  _*l-v_oiii   House on  Stanley street, ��51.00.  2(! Drauglrt Horses,  12 "raught Mules.  11 Pack Mules.  13' Pack Horses.  Tho above stttek is in first-class condition and perfectly  broken. Tho vendor can furnish if desired complete rigging for pack animals, also harness and wagons for  balance of stock. Apply to Wavorly mine, Albert Canyon, B.C.  j. L VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  Minos and Mining Slocks Cilstoins Bro'kcr  IUS'A-i' ESTAT1S AND ftJ.N'KltAJ- AOI-HS'TS1  FOBaA.LE.  Two lots with twn-s'tqry liouse on I.atihier  sti'cot. near .Insephine $18(10  Terms:   SliiOII eash, balance cm inorlgHge,  Sixty-acre ranch, nine miles froin city on lake  shore 910110  One-half cash, balance on morlgago.  LOGIN'S  On loan cndilions arc tho cheapest and host  oll'cred. You ran repay at any time without,  bonus.  -A-G-IE-IsrTS   _--0_-_  British Colnnrbia Penuanent Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loen (Jo., Toronto.  I3SrSXJI--��-3SrOEl  Fire, Life, Accident, ancl Sickness.  tlie growoi's coiisigiiiiifint.. of Sfcr.-uv-  befi'ies, Olici'ries, .Baiuiiins, OKingcs,  J_ei.iioiis, etc. Send us youi'  standing ordei's.  The Tr-tidfe Only S.up'i-lte.-l  COLD STORAGE WAREMOUSEIVIEN  AND   .OEIBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Parsons Produce Co.  Nelson, 11. C.  GAiVlBL-E ��S_ 0'REIL_,L-,V, Agts  Baker Street West, Nelson, B. O.  FOR SALE.  A building and lot on First. Avoutio in the town of  Ymir. Uents for S20 per nioulh. Will be sold cheap for  cash. For further particulars apply lo John A. Kirkpatrick. Nelson, Ii. V.  Tcnrlcrs will be received up till noon on Wednesday,  .luiiislMlh, IK-il, for sinking a ;"> by 7 foot shaft .">0 feet  niore on the present shaft of Fairmont mine, now 1(1(1 feet  deep, at Ymir camp. The lowest or any lender not  ���necessarily iii-.ecpl.ed.   Bids lo be sent lo --   .  . .        HKNIIY C..CAUK, (.(insulting Engineer,  Juno'-Nl, ISM). -. iiox ,.Kl). Nelson, li. ll.  For Sale  H.  NICKKL-IN-T1IK-ST.OT  CARD MACHINI.  PltlFK ?12  Apply to  C. CUMMINS, Bodega Cigar Store.  w��� IP- i?,osi3Nrso3sr  (Rx-Slicriir of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments o�� merchandise.  PoHtofllco Box 6T2 Nelson, B. C.  SOU-RE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Oonlflining' 120 acres of Innrl within onp ftncl a  quarter miles of:Nelson.:-Por further  :    particulars apply to'      ���'  FRED   J.   SQUIREr  Nelson,   B.   C.  Geopge  City Scavenger and  Chimney Sweep  .Pi'pnvpt iittontion given to all orders left at JI. DesBrisay & Co's, Baker street, Nelson.  BON m ESSTAUHAjNT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Nelssoii Iwon Works  MAN'O^AGTUKKitS Of  ���ENGINES. BOILEBS. SfHAFTINej IRON AND,  BEASS CASTINGS OE EVERY DESORlPTldN  Itn-piilrs proiriptly al,l?nd*;d to.  P. O. Boic 173.  e   ri, p   ifiyy  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGKNTS FOB.  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 arid Carbonate streets, in rear of Knglish church.  Heated by steam. Table board $4, room and board &i  rail S-.-.I.  A rnllcelion of fine Belgium Canaries for sale.  <L V. O'LAUGHLIN.  The Imperial Oil Co*   Standard Oil Co.  Washiiigton Brick ai-d Lime Co.  The % W. IVjcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Anthracite Coal (Haird)  Dealers \x\  STOVEWOOD  Gpow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,    Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO,  HltKWKHS AND BOTTLKRS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt,  .not. and regular  delivery to the ti  trado.  Brewery at Nelson.  _m_ ^** *^\r*lt i**-J^W-fc p*   i^w *"  ������ _ **���      " ��� ���V'-r.J, ,���,! _  t     ]  v.W',^-' ^���y**_B_'MM^____��ilW^^WIlB-W>*^  PKWrWS*ilp��l)rt_wM__'^^ ;���. THE  TRIBUTE:  NELSON", B. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 2?, 1899.  I ANK OF  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  I.OKD STBATHCONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  -nt-ex-SO-st bde-_^.3Sto*ec  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       HKAWIIKf*  IN        LONDON   (En j. land).   NEW  YORK,   OHIOAGO  and in r.l_<- priiieinal ciries ui <'nn.-ida.  Buy and sell Sterling   l_xotiiim(_ and  Uahlo Transfer.-  OMAN.   COMMKKC1AI, AND TKAVKM.KKS' CKKDITS,  available in any part ot tho world.  DRAFTS I8SOKD    COLLKOTIONS MADE; KTO.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURUENT BATE'OK INTEREST PAID  VANCOUVER   HOGS   IN   THE   TKOUGH.  Vancouver, June 23.���An interview of  great political import was secured today  by the Colonist correspondent from one  of the opposition coinmiteo to whom  Messrs. Cotton ?ancl Martin -practically-  owe tlieir position, but tlie member interviewed stipulated tliat his name be not  mentioned. As this gentleman speaks,  however, as the mouthpiece of tlie committee which boasts representing four-  fifths of the electors of Vancouver, the  omission of his name is of little consequence, the personnel of the committee  being well known, as well as the fact that  it has engineered all of recent date.  The gentleman interviewed was first  asked if the people who placed the Vancouver members in power at Victoria,  and were responsible for the overthrow  .of the Turner government, were still satisfied .with tlieir creation. The interviewer said most emphatically:  "No, they are not; and whatever I tell  you the committee would tell you-���a,  committee Avhieh was organized by the  people of Vancouver practically to overthrow the Turner government, and.there-  fore a committee which voices the sentiments of Vancouver as a city. There was  a strong feeling here that the Turner  government was giving Vancouver the  worst of it right along, and consequently  we united to overthrow that government  and elect men who, placed in the cabinet,  would see that Vancouver would bctreat-  ' ed fairly.*- ���    ' *      -       "  "The result was up to expectations as  far. a? overthrowing'the-Turner goyern-  inent .was concerned, but'it is a case of  'out of the frying pan into the lire.'  The very lirst request made by Vancouver through tho instrumentality of this  conimittee was refused by the cabinet.    1  -refer to the request that a compromise  be made which would enable the much  desired mill to be built ou Deadman's  island. Mr. .Cotton deliberately opposed  it, going directly =against the wishes of  the people who elected him. Mr. Martin  stood up for the city and worked for the  establishment of tho mill, but his work  Avas very coarseand brought the government into discredit. Since then his actions have been such as to morally aud  politically kill him as a champion of the  city's interests.  "Mr. Martin having lost tlie confidence  and respect of his constituents, and Mr.  Cotton having ignored tlie city's best interests, while 31 r. Semlin is not sufficiently  strong willed   to cut auy  figure, the  great majority of citizens of Vancouver  _would  wclcomo_a_jc_liauge_of_auy__kind  Is now prepared io issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin;, B. C, and  Dawson City, YuKun. District.  Action must be taken promptly, and Vancouver will be found ready to unite with  'Victoria in reorganizing the government.  I firmly believe these are the sentiments  of the people of Vancouver. They are of  the committee whom they have chosen as  tlieir counsellors.  whieh would give them decent represent  tetipn at Victoria. I aili not iii the  slightest exaggetfi-tihg this feeling. Mr.  Cottonwill not resign.;-that ha,, been as-  cei'feuii-d. Therefore there is no use  figuring on sucli a possibility. Mr. Seiii-  Jiji might be iuduced to l-esign, but this  would; not help lilattefs Unless a moderate inau of Very strongpersonality could  take liis iplace, aild there is no man in  the govet'iuiieut ranks who answers that  description. Thou it looks as if the only  thing left to do is to force Mr. 3Iartin,  for numerous I'easons, to vacate his sea.  ill the cabinet, and also l-ecjuest Mr.  If nine to i-esigii. Mr. Iiilitie is very tired  of it all, and is worried almost to .death  with the cares of offii ce, '.lid Would readily  retire.  "Then form a coalition government by  putting in the places of these men two  able experienced politicians now gracing  the opposition benches. It would be  premature to mention the names suggested. With Mr. Cotton as premier, a man  who has shown that he has determined to  serve the province' as he thinks best for  the province,'up..matter if his constituency suffers, -Victoria and Vancouver  might both be content. Mr. 3IcKechnie's  tendency towards 3_artiuisiri -would be  checked by such a combination and being  otherwise an able man, he niight be left  in the cabinet. Mr.-Seiul.u- could be retained, or if lie wished to retire, another  stronger government man could be put in  his place.  "Witli such a cabinet Vancouver would  be much better pleased than at present,  and as far as tlie committee is concerned,  the Colonist's comments on the suggestion will be watched with.the keenest interest; in fact, what the .Colonest says  now,''at "the turn" of.the tide, may pilot  the province out of political darkness into tlie  liglit.     The  signs are   ominous.  Trying to Break the Legislation.  ���  .Toronto, June 2(5.���The log export law  .is to be  tested in   the courts,   aud  the  American lumbermen who have claimed  that it interfered with their vested rights  will be given the opportunity of proving  their   case.     Tlie   Michigan  lumbermen,  tried for several, niou-lis during the early  spring to secure the disallowance  of the  ProA'ineial Act by the Dominion  authorities.    In   this  they Avere   unsuccessful.  They   next  sought   to    secure  help   at  Washington from the  treasury officials,  who were asked to declare that the  prohibition of the export  of logs from  the  croAvii lands of Ontario  Avas a measure  warranting'the increase of the  duty on  Canadian lumber under the Dingley law,  Avhieh provided for a duty of $2 on lumber and for the doubling of the duty in  the event of Canada placing an  export  duty ou logs.    The under officials  ofthe  United States treasury  seemed  disposed  to agree to the vieAV, but secretary Gage  decided that the Avhole  question  should  remain   in   abeyance,    pending   further  negotiations.  Messrs. J. H. Scott, Q. C, aud Christopher Robiusou, Q. C, haA'e uoav been instructed by an Anieri-���*_n lumberman  to endeavor if possible to obtain a test  case in tho courts to settle definitely the  legality of the act of the legislature prohibiting tho export of logs. It is understood that they have applied formally to  the attorney-general for his assent to  take sucli proceedings, and that Avhile  the attorney-general declines to submit  questions to the court a.s to the A-alidity  of the act he informed them he avouIcI  grant a fiat for a petition of right in the  ordinary course of litigation.  Under the course of procedure adopted  .it ,is expected that the case Avill be  pushedthrough the Ontario courts in'the  fall, and -will reach the Imperial privy  council early in the Avinter. The decision  of the attorney-general simply means  that the croAvn, Avhieh cannot be sued  Avithout its consent, permits the suit to  bo entered so tliat it may not hereafter  bo contended that that the lumbermen  affected had no opportunity of establishing their contentions before the courts.  The province Avill, of course, defend the  act of the legislature "with vigor.  at least a temporary cure was effected.  Whether this treatment can be generally  applied remains to be cetermiiied.  Line Must Be All Canadian.  Ottaava, .Tune 20.���Premier Laurier  has made the announcement that the  government Avill pursue the same policy  with respect to. telegraph lines in the  Klondyke as it has inaugurated with res-  poet to raihvays. The plan of the government, as outlined by sir Wilfrid, is  that the telegraph line shall run from  Bennett to Atlin, and thence southerly to  Quesnelle, B. C, where connection "will bo  made Avith the old government telegraph line. The government has decided  that no other companies sliall be allowed  to compete with the all-Canadian line, so  that the federal authorities will have  complete control of the means of communication. Hon. James Roche, 31. P.,  in the British house of commons, and  other gentlemen, haA'e vainly sought to  secure a charter for a company to do  business via Dyeaand Skaguay, but tliere  is iioav no chance of their attaining their  object.  Church Struck by Lightning.  Goshen, Ncav York, June 21.���Lightning struck the stone steeple on the Presbyterian  church  at this place tonight,  FULL LINE OF  about twelve feet from tho top. One  thousand pounds of stone fell a distance  of 1S5 feet down on the roof of the  church, and crashed through into the  main portion of the edifice. The building Avas damaged to the extent of $5,000.  Heavy Sentence for Kidnapping.  NeW York, June 20.���31rs. George B.  BarroAv today pleaded guilty to the  charge of kidnapping baby 3Iarion Clarke.  She Avas sentenced to twelve years and  ten months' imprisonment.  HOTEL   AEEIVALS.  GRAND ClflNTUAL.  .*==>.  ���^' <=_->��� c=3. (=!��� (=>���(=!. c=3- c^'f^'cS-  *<&&&  �����3'c3'z3-(S>'e=>T^T^T^.l  i=i:aS'-fi='-^  m  B  WHEN   IN  DOUBT  Ottn li. Coy, lvaslo  Fi.iV. Sliiiii-.liri_-sy, Kaslo  H. .1. M .Donald, Spokane  J. O. Hudson, Spokano  F. P. Dmmmonil, Salmo  C. O. Kurt-, l.iv-ln  I.  Hicks, Silver ICiiiK Milio  J. M Clrogau, London, Out  HUMK,  I<_ 11. Smith & wife, Kaslo  N. I'*. MacKay. Kaslo  J.II.Sdoomoi', Medicine Hat,  J. M. McKay, Vancouver  C. O. noniic.ll. Kaslo  W. C. K. Koche. N. Denver  Itev. .J. Miinro, Trail  James Totton, Toronto  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 all kinds.  If what, you want is not.in stock wc will mako it for you  ���   '    .   ' CALL AND GET PltlCES.  MADDEN.  I'. .1. Cahill, Slocan City       I J. P. Thompson, Robson  ���J.Akrigg, Silver King Mine   J. Boliind, .Slocan City.  .1. Clements,      " " G. E. Cass-'Is & wife, S.K.M  J. McGuire, Vancouver       | J. Brown, Trail  QUEEN'S.  B  As to where is the best place to buy your dress goods, blouses,  Avrappers,  underskirts,  hosiery,  etc.,  Play   a   Trump    Card  B  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  get  W. C. Adams, Sandon  F. L. Newman, Kobsoir  J. H. Scott. Kob-orr  J.  Arrowsrnith  and  wife,  Creston  W. B. Leitole, ltossland  P. Cunningham and wife,  Kossland  Mrs. DesPetty.ThreeForks  G. B. Brown, Winnepog.  SILVER KING.  .1. Johnson, Rossland S.  H. Norman, Brandon, Man   F.  It. B. Smith, Greenwood  PHAIU.  Wilkes, Rossland  B. Boyd Slocan City  B  B  B  By .coming to us will, your order. We will see that you  the best goods for the money, and guarantee them in every  respect. We have black dress goods in crepons at $5.40,  $6, $7.50, $9, and $10.50 a_ pattern. Black poplin at $4.50.  Fancy brocaded black at $3.90, $4.50, and $5. Colored dress  goods in brocades at $4, poplins and whipcords at $4.50, fish  bone at $4.50 and $6. Navy and black serges at 75c, $r and  $1.25 per yard.  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  D.  G.   Brown   and   wife.  Great Falls  C. -'. Grain and wife, St.  Paul  It Cochran, Scotland  F. VV. Baker, Spokane  V. C. Deacon, Hongkong  W. A. AVilmot,' Atlin '  J. K. Poupore, Lardo  J. Tasso, Montreal  B. AVhite, Molly Gibson  J. M. Williams, London, E  W. C. Nichol. Vancouver  VV. D. AVinter, Creston  Fi. Errucrson, Creston  F. J. Ewinpr, Spokane  J. L. Doupc, Winncpcg  W.A.Harvey, Po'rman Mine  Tl* Treraont Hotel  %  BANK OF  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  mm  ^Stf  ���-*&�����  0?EI._VCS   CASH  :��._?:^'��:��.��:e:  #  P. Burns & Co.  WHOLKSALK   AND   RETAIL  JVIAUP & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  j. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Liquors and Cigars  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at flelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL  STORES  AT"  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City, Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  ALWAYS ON HAND  CHARLES HILLYER,  l'HKRlUliNT  HARRY HOUSTON,  RKCliKTAltY  Evils of Usury.  l-vidcii-O of a somewhat peculiar, not  to say startling, nature, was giveu before  tlie banking of the senate by Mr. St. Jean,  a lawyer of Montreal. This gentleman  as au argument against the passage of  the bill against usury, stated tluCt it was  the practice of large traders at the end of  their resources to tide over temporary  demands by borrowing a few thousand  dollars from private bankers at the rate  of a hundred per cent for a few days.  -By-sonie-sbraiige-inoral-twist-the-Liwyet'-  figured out that a perfectly legitimato  and woi'thy transaction would be frustrated, by tho usury bilj, jind a iiardsliip  inilieted iipoii the trading community.  As a matter of fact the boot is on the  other leg. The practice which he cites  against the proposed enactment is one  which cannot be too strongly discour-  ' agei., inasmuch its ifc enables merchants  Who hav'O no loijgei1 any right to carry on  business to enlnesll thelnselves still deeper and with iloicreasud hope of being able  to GinHirge from financial deeps. A  tradesman who borrows $5000 for a few  days at the rate of one hiuidred per cent  is evidently iu the. desperato straits of a  drowning inalt who clutchos at a straw  and With as little prospect of obtaining  help. I-ie should uot be allowed to fur-  jeopi-i'd'jzo his assets and decrease the  chances of his general creditors. Some  ciises of course there may be when such a  loan may enable a man to turn a windy  corner and firmly establish himself, but  in the majority of instances ifc indicates  that the borrower is making his last dying useless struggle. Hence a service  would be rendered to the community at  large by parliamentary interference.  Cure for Appendicitis.  The oil cure for appendicitis lias been  referred to. Recently the New York  Press contained a report of another cure  for the same serious malady peformed  upon a young lady of good family in Harlem. This was affected by Dr. George J.  Ilelmer, according to the principles of  osteopathy. Briefly, according.to the report, there was created by sudden manipulation a spasmodic contraction of tlie  psoas magnus, a largo muscle lying near  tlie appendix, by which the foreign substance which clogs'the appendix is forced  out of it and the patient i.s immediately  iclieved     Ju the case under consideration  Nelson Saw.& Planing Mills,  One of,the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  DAKER STREET. NKLSON".     ,    Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  i_,i_M:i_.__a__)_.  MAN*.-'ACTURKl.S OK AND  DKALEIIS IN*  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  1"ACT01.V WOKIC DDNK TO OI'OKR,  SUCH AS  Scroll Saving  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work   Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortable bedrooms ancl   firht-class dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  BATES   S2   _?__*__=.   _D____2-  Mrs.  E.  C,   GIERKE,  Prop.  Laic of tlio Koyal Hotel. Calgar-)-,  IN STOCK  Glass of- all Sizes and $ihds  Sawmill on Govornniciit whacf.  ���t'ft-tor'" and 'gfll-c, corner Hall street and..CP.lt. track  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THIIR LIWBER  AT  G. 0. BEGHA-JAN-S  A largo iitock of flrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, "doors, -mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of IIori(lrj-x street, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Joh_l    B$&9   AgBflt  PETER eBNELLE & CO.  Headquarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Ba^r street, jieison E. C. TRAVES, Manager  OKJlKItS BY MAIL KKCJKIVE CAKKFUL'AND PKOMPT ATTENTION.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA C0LDFIELDS, Ltd.  *��� *-- *���  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.     .  All  communications relating to British  Columbia business to be addressed to P.O. Drawer  505, Nelson, British Columbia  J.  RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager 1  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer <  NELSON, B. O.  H- D. HUME, Manager.  The fin-sfc hotel in tho interior.  Ljvi'go saiiiplo rooMls.   Stoiuii lieat ami eldctric light.  COltNKll Oi* WARD A1S*D VKltN'ON ST&, NKLSON  BAKEIt AND WAHI> S*l'ltlOET_, S'KJ.SON  Wc mako a specialty of  Stjiplap ar}d Double Dressed KJateriai  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Ofllce and yard near C.V.li. depot   E. O. HEISU, Agent.  COATWVER LUMBER GO.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��� All sizes of dimension timber and all kinds of lumber  out to order, and shipped lo Nolwon in carload lotw  Write for priccB.    .  The only Hotel in Nolson that has remained under one  mamif.cinenl. -Inco 1890.  Tho bed-room* flro well ful-iii.shpd and lighted by  electricity.  The dining .'oom in not. second to aily" in Kootenay.  The bar is always stocked by the best doinostie and  imported liquors rind oij_ari.,  THOMAS MADDRN. Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot ai  Itou-omibl- rates   / Sample rooms  Klccfric bells and light in every room  llenovated arul refiirnishcd IliroiigiiOiit  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PKIMCS, Proprietor  Free bus meet_ all trains  Hourly street, car to station  The Slocan Ore Purchasing Company  O'JP   ISTELSOIT,   B. C_  Is now prepared to buy all classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and  copper ores. The careful attention given to large contracts will be extended  to_the~smallest~shipper: ProTn~pt^l-ttlaments and~~clfoice of mode of sampling guaranteed.  Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B. G.  GEORGE M. MeDOWELL, Manag-ei..  O. M. ROSENDALE, Purchasing Age��L  A. THU  SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a full line of  R0YAL SiEAL AND KOOf BMaY B__J_L_-  And all other bpatids of the  Af Jt'AC'l'UltV PRICKS  [gap  _*>*_?��� asrEJU.Soasr,  -B*- O--,  Revelstoke, B. C,  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO.  COh'FEK  ItOASTKllS   AND    DKALKUS  AND   COKKKK.  IN   TKA  Oirer fresh roasted cofTeo of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Madia, per pound $   -HI  Java and Mocha Hlond, 3 pounds. ���   1 til)  F'nc Santos, 1 pounds   I W  Santos Ill.ind, ii pounds:..- ,    I l,(l  Our Special Ulend, li pounds -    1 ii"  Our Kio Iloast, (1 pounds .'.-*:.....   I W  A trial order Holicitcd.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East  of   Oddfellows   BlocH,   West  Baker Stsoet  NELSON, B. C.  g  _a-I-X_,   KZHSTIDS   OF!  CANVAS GOODS.  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ':^0i*SSS��&  _?*_=!_-���  ALL Sl'/iKS OF TKNTS IN STOCK  Baker street, opposite postoflleo, Nelson  ijtt.ttO- 3vc__^.x)soisr  W. P. DICKSON  Kootenay  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. MCPHEE  and Constraet-i Co.  ELEGTRIC  SUPPLIES  Complete Electric "Equipments for Blectrle Power T.ratismlS8lon and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, -jaunts, Bella, Telephones, Annunciators. Etc.  ���   P. O. Box 606.    . Josephine Street, Nelson,B.C. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  _-���  n  Jb.  Kj.,  TUESDAY, JUNE 27,  IS'Ji)  Goo  efresfiin  li  m  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.  co  CORNKlt BAKKB AND JOSEPHINE STRKKTS. NELSON  I  July isi is nearly here  How can you celebrate 'unless properly dressed?  See h,ow Cilker caq fix you up for a few dollars.  P. 0. Store  J. A.  GILKER  Remember the Name  r* *  i  py$-  NEELANDS'  SHOE  EMPORIUM  "It. will be* to your .idvantage ,lo seo our liirge  and complete -lock of Boots jmd Shoos. "VVe  curry the following lines: 3. _... T. J3cll, J.  1). King & Co., Horth St.-ir Shoe Co., Fools,  SchuJtV. it Co., Hti-fitford Shoe Co., Ames, Holden & Co,, and other leading milkers.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  20 AND 28 WKST II Alt Kit STJtKRT. NELSON '  ��&$^$$&gS.^8__._^^  DINING  ROOM  __rn��r linker jurd Vi'ip-d Street.  NELSON,   B.C.  DRAWING  ROOM  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  A Contrast.  The way the money raised in Nelson  for the Dominion Day celebration is to  be spent eontrusts favorably with the  way like money raised in Vancouver is to  be spent. In Vaiu-oiiver the nioney is to  be spent as follows:  Printing     .���?l(l_  Aquatics       SlOil  llusic      WO  He .((p tion       2M  Gun-mi sports   Jo-koyclirb   I'islioniu.n's races   Illiin.iiii_l.i_m_; (Inl  I)   Illuminations (.M roots)   Junior lni.rosso   .Military    Conl iiiKcnoius   lijcyolo races   Foot ball      Killc    lillll tlllll) ���       Quoits   Illinnliiiiling lower   ISO  '.';">! I  ISil  i'i'itl  17.3  7o  .Till  111(1  Total  ��1,02;-.  NELSON.  John Biiniiernian has returned from a  trip through the Sloean. He says that  Sandon is very .quiet owing to the"cessation of work at the niines, and that the  towns on Slocan lake are little better.  Editor Simpson of the Cranbrook  Herald was in Nelson on Sunday. JIe  reports that his town will have a celebration on Domiuion��Day tliat will eelipso*  any tiling eArer seen in that line in East  Kootenay.  c The Dominion. Day celebration fund  was increased yesterday by a $25 subscription from the Hudson Bay Co. and  $1.0 from the Yellowstone mine. David  McBeath and Lawrence Peters will furnish the teams and wagon for the float  that will have for its load forty of the  prettiest little girls in Nelson whom Miss  Dclmage has selected to represent Canada  in the trades procession.  There will be about a do/,en outside  horses to compete for the purses hung up  for the races during the celebration. Four  will be brought up from Myers Falls,  Washington; two from Port Hill, Idaho;  two from Fort Macleod, ..Alberta; two  from Windermere and two from Tobacco  Plains.  ltossland has two race horses. One is  owned by Claude Cregan, agent of the  'Hamilton PoAvder Company, the other by  a M r. Leckie, .who. is said to be amine  manager. The latter is in tiie Boundary  Creek country, and insists that his horse  shall  be taken   there.    The  two horses  have but one trainer and rider, therefore  where the one goes the other lias to go.  This i.s tlie reason Mr. Cregan gives for  not bringing his horse to Nelson, where  he admits he was treated squarely last  year, but it is not the reason given by  the iro.-slnnd papers.  The water rose 5 J, inches during the  twenty-four lioursending yesterday at (J  p. m.  The members ol' the Western Press Association's excursion will reach Nelson  this evening. The party will be met at  the mountain siding by representatives  of the eity and driven to f he Phair and  and hoici 11 nine. As the excursionists  will be in the city only about two hours,  a dinner i.s about the only entertainment  wliich can bo offered them.  Chris O'Domiell, purchasing agent for  (J. A. Carlson &��� Co., the railway contractors, came in yesterday from Argenta. He reports that the clearing of  the Svaslo-Lardo-Duncan right-of-way  has been practically completed from Argenta to. the canyon beyond Duncan  City. The construction camp is situated  above the canyon, and a force of 125 men  are at work grading the line both above  and below the canyon. This force will  be increased to SOO men about tlie first  of next month. G. A. Carlson has the  contract for constructing the first sixteen miles of road above Argent;!.  Forty-six  locations   of   mineral  claims  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  in   the   recorder's   ofiice  This  probably, constitutes a  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND KESIPNNTIAL  VROl'KRTV  110 by  120, Baker street. bcLwccn  Josephine and  Ward si roo< & SS0W)  50 by 120, Hukur sired, Iictween Josephine and.Hall  streets .'    IjOu  50 by 120, Baker streei, between Josephine ai d llall  "street-?, corner  .\...< *. .  ..,*  :t0 by 120. Kast Baker street: : .'...    SOO  25 by 120 with improvements, .south side of Vernon  street ��� =., ; _���  5000  50 by 120 with improvements south side of Vernon  street.*..* L.  OOOO  2 lotsnml large lioussOrbcaulif nlly furnished (-siwr)..  1000  2ilots with collage rented at ��15 per mop tli, Victoria  street :  3.50O  1 lot with cotlage rented at $15 per nionlh, Victor iii  .street  ,   2500  2 lots with collage rented nl ��20 per month, ct_inlcy  street   -  .:  SOW)  (1 lots in block ill), all cleared and fenced in  2501)  hog  0-i'ooni lioiifcc and 10 lots .set out in orchard   2 lots and improvements. 52 hund of cows, 2 horses,  wagons sleighs harness, and everything in con-  neetion with Hurry's milk ranch      5500  Kor general information on real estate anil for further  particulars on above property apply to  "w^jrid bbos.  llenl Kstatc nnd General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  Thorpe's  were   recorded  yesterday.    r|V  record.  The bicycling committee state that one  race, has boon omitted from the official  prograinnie, and that is the ra.ee for the  championship of Kootenay. The prize  for this is a challenge cup donated by T:  ,1. Sims, and valued at $70. This cup  must be won two years in succession to  become the absolute property of the winner. The committee will also present a  silver flask to the, winner. In the quarter mile straightaway race a. lamp, ��� valued at $of), will be presented the winner  by .Jacob .Dover.  James Pearson, driver for 1\ 'Burns &  Company, dislocated his ankle in jumping off the fence at I he company'.1 stock  .yards yesterday .and will be laid up for a.  few days.  l.\ Burns & Company will move their  meat market today to-the. north side of  13itkor street, to the building moved last  week across the street.  Tho Canadian Pacific Railway Company is said to be contemplating a  change iu its operating department by  which the company's branch lines will be  dispatched from.Nelson instead of from  Nakusp and Trail a*s at present.".  David. McBeath- has'given   Hillyer &  Company'the contract for the erection ..of  a $2000 dwelling  on   hi* .lots  oh   linker  street. /'Dave" is now engaged in getting  'out the plans himself."'  Alderman G. F..Beer came back from  tho Coast yesterday.  The invitation aud reception committee  have secured a room in the JMacdonakl  block, on the corner of Vernon ami Josephine streets, which was formerly used  as a lodge room, as a waiting room nfor  ladies during the Dominion Day celebration. A female attendant will be  engaged.  LOST. :  LO.-sK���In M-on on ^londay, .lulio 3ilh.ii riiiplicilc  delivery clioHc book with name of )'. Horn- K f.om-  pany atlop of each p'lge Kinder will be rewarded by  returning '-irnio lo lliu ollice of the company, B.iki;r  streei. Nelson.  Kept by all, jjrocqrs riiYft fruit .store 0eatoi-.s,  =LWftg_Jj ii:<5=^(^lftI.^tn*i!bo!:i'y,=.Stra.\v.b-ei:i!j,,=  l-Mii_e_ff.iilS~J,_ci_K>ii. Vanill.,, SaHaparilln, CHitfc-  olnl o, (.'{.flee, Ol-ange, OriYr.gc Phosphate.  VICTORIA  VANCOUVKlt  NKLSON  e &  l.I.M J'.l'J-Jl).  Cottier Bakw; and Wilh! Street*  Far Striiwberrioft and  frtlicr fhills in Season,  your order,   IVotnift delivery.  IfkzIewdOd Ice Gpfeam  JTce Cfesttn Soda, and  All Kinds o* Soft Prinks  LeftVft  MILLS & LOTT  Agents for Haalcvvood Ice Oc.mr.  er>  "oo;  o  CO  LU  ~r  en  is a Joy tp Both  ver and Receiver  FOP, CELEBRATION DAYS ONLY  FOR STYLISH IMINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  AT CENTRAL FRUIT STOIfE  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin ,,,;_*i���,.�����,���*m  JOSEPHINE ST1CKKT, NKLSON - .&USK> !��. N'!lHOn W"  Ice Cream  AND  (HAZLKWOOD)  Ice Gream Soda  ly*       *        -   ���   ,  ���  no Co.  HUMPIIKKYS & PITTOCK  Mr. G. Ellis of P. -W. Hills &  Co., Toronto, will be here and will  display his stock of diamonds and  all kinds of precious stones in rings,  brooches, necklaces, etc., etc.  You will have the advantage to  examine these goods.  JACOB DOVER.  NOTICE TO CONTEACTOES.  Sealed whole tenders will bo received until 12 o'clock  noon Thureduy, June 2Mh next, by tho undersigned for  the en otioil of a stone and brk; k Litnd Registry olllce for  the government of HHMfli Columbia, to be built at Nelson, II. O.  A deposit in the form of a marked chccqne made payable to the Commissioner of Lands and Works for the  sum often per cent of the amount of tender, must accompany .each tender.  Drawings, spocillentions anil condition.-; of te1 dcr may  be K.'on nl, the ollice of Kwnrl. & Carrie, nrehilcelv, r inns  "and S, Aberdeen block, linker street, Nelson, II. ('.  The lowest or any Lender not neicssarilynccepti.d.  J NO. A. TllllNKIt.  _AsKiK|jint C'oniiilissiolier of Lands and.Works.  STANDARD QUALITY  NEWEST STYLES  BEST FINISH  They always sell where anything will, and cost no  more tluln those Bf doubtful reputation.  When yon want diamonds, write to .Moo!) Dover'.  When you want watches, ,-ond to Jacob Dover.  When you want gold and silver lorgnette chain , ask  for Jacob Dover.  When you want sterling silver novelties, send to, Jacob  Dover.  When you want Rodger liro's 1317 knives and forks,  send to Jacob.Dov, r.  When yotl want a nice lump, ask for Jacob Dover.  When you want tlri ICnrn piano, send for calaloKuo to  Jacob Dover.  When you want,  first-class  goods, buy  from   Jacob  Dover. .  . When you wnnt watches repaired, send them to Jacob  Dover.  When you  want Jewelry manufactured or repaired,  send it to Jacob Dover.  When you want lo see a complete line of goods ns above  mentioned, cull at  DEALERS IN  ardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  mm  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  *    Giant, Caps and Fuse  x\ Tools, Cutlery, Tin  .^Jff^M^y^  and Woodenware"  sei&iiti^^^^iv     Stoves, Ranges,  WOODEN     \Sk    IroTn>  St��e*k ��heet  MAiLuiAL     V\N    y Iron> T-Rails  l-*- Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  erators  PRICES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrence Hardware Co.  IN'-T-SLSOINV,   33. C.  Pruning Stock for Inventory  A Volley of Economy that Carries Conviction into Every- Home In Nelson  "ill ***��*\t*f"/r* ��f ''',f* lv��w]in��^ suct;i'.ss of Inst works I rig slock rodiiotion salo, sonic  Jl-\ iJ'j^'lLv lines-sciliorod bltrout,'!) (lie croclcory rlop.-u (.m_.nl csciipod tho man-  iiyor's in'iinitii,' knil'u, oi (lie ciiMciih;i*'.s n(((Jilion. Tliot-o, with a score of lucky jitif-  (.Iim.soh in other lines, aro ynxtr ft nil for (liis week. This safe won Ifi nol lie necessary  hod Lli<_ warm A\*<;,allior coin'" Iwo or throe weeks oarliei1, but il, is our rule in business to lover (he slock l.of'oi'fs our semi .'innuaf imoiiloi'v, We lake our nif.'flicinc  philosophically inn! will yioot you jih'as.'inlly when jon coine to help "us duply our  shelves lo (,h<_ i|tiick-slep limo of stock-taking prices.  w  F, AkK THE EXOl.VSlVIS A&lfiNTS  Tdf inftily Pr" tlio best; lines of  feromnuesj autl ;alv;,a^s   IiniVC?  a l'ru&ii,  \vhj>l(=;_onie  stock, on  lirtml.  Toleohone 10. P. O. Box K & W. Baker street West, Nelson  MOKHY BASTED BY. BUYING YOTO  1  Wt Jars, Jellj Basses, Stone Cfo  etc., Fiion^ -ers  \jhhf  Cuii lill your onlurs for mly qunutiLy -     XYI_��     XJ �� S SS PI S $&$    O^  Go.  FRUIT JARS!    FRUIT JARS I  Direct  front  (he manufacturer-iii pints,. quarts, ancl  half gallons..  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JEWELRY STORE, KELSON  JOHN A. IRVING <& COMPANY  I.i.k('r Street, West,, N'oison. H. (J.  iPEciiL immim  Have jrist received a conxiginnunt, of Harris Ironic  niiiilu I\\iiedn from 'lulbot Harris, ScoMand.  FBKD' I SHU1BE,- Bakor St JHelson  Tho HUpply Ih lirnitod, _>_> call oarly and oxaiiiino tbin st-tuik.  ^-_a-_ia___l_;;3aJ. JMIIH_li.JM����.^,W|"'^i',"i'*^wt,^ ���-'  ���'>,t rlt|.,.,Fji,���.^.T.__..^-^ft,l,l.i.   1$*, ^yj__��_i^ij^iM_a^a&i<^^


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