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 AMERICAN ATHLETES WORSTED  In International Contests.  London, July 22.���England won the  majority of the events in the international college sports today, and tonight  the friends of tlie Cambridge and Oxford  athletes are celebrating tlie victory as  only college men can. The hot spell of  weather was temporarily broken last  night by a heavy fall of rain, followed  by a somewhat gloomy morning, causing  apprehension. At nooiij however, tlie  sun Avas again shining, ancl the heat was  tropica,!. The gates of the Queen's Club  grounds were thrown open at 2.15 to the  crowds that were already surrounding  the entrances. The American and. British lings were Hying from I lie centre of  the field, while the club liouse and long  rows of stands which enclosed the remaining sides of -tho. ground were brilliant.-with flags of all nations and the  colors of Yale, Harvard. Oxford and  Cambridge.  The rain had resulted in putting the  track in excellent condition and the care  with which every superfluous thing had'  been removed won tlie admiration of the  American visitors. The prince of Wales,  tlie duke of York, the duchess" of York  and the duke of Portland arrived at five  minutes after four. Others who arrived  early 'were Uuited States ambassador  Choate, the secretary of the embassy,  Henry White, lord and lady Clarendon,  lord and lady Wentloek. sir Richard  Webster, the attorney-general, the earl  of Chesterfield and viscount Howe. The  royal party was enthusiastically greeted;  and the prince appearing at the front of  the platform, returned tlie salute of the  crowds, and then extended his hand to  ambassador Choate. The American and  English flags at the center of the grounds  was at once lowered as the royal standard  floated above the stand.  The grounds were completely filled and  presented a beautiful picture. The great  velvet quadrangle was banked on four  sides with tiers of 'seats'-wliere gorgeous  summer toilets were displayed, while the  sunshine was just strong enough to emphasize the perfection of the.scene. As  the stands filled up, masses of blue and  crimson manifested themselves at intervals Avhere Yale and Harvard collected  and the familiar blue Hag with the white  Y center surrounding the American  colors on the same stick, gave these sections of the stands a Tlianksgiveing day  polo-ground 'appearance.  The contestants in: the first events Avere  ^.-���fii'iul^  xinz  SUNDAY MOBNING, JULY  2a,  mi  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  S  ."���*������'  . b ^.fl. -  5   nif0     .-  *, ������ '^ll''sliystlle'ibMnmB^^th.r|5\v^���ll���g^colMme^ced*  > ajloA^ing�� i$ya :spnii)xaff:pp.sth.e nftie Events."  "s "}liye��'"&fsis\i|nd!|iA>fe'secoilcls':a;ifd "the;Ame.r.i-;  " ��_JdJIcnlJ^^i'i;'^Katsli^.^l/f^ti\."IfersstJti'cls';,'. ">>���". ",  " '-." ' Long, jmiip^^(-_-Tsjy'Cl^  :. |$^9$;a3;��-^  * i:ltc)Mi-Q;4%��i?va'ik1^Bthw     ..ah4"3j.a.|i. Bey-aii;.'.  ,.^\6ani^  ;���, 22'T'_^^|iii}i��l_.es7 "fpllpwlct; bic$p-e:T-��, w\PbS  ��� %i!$elsif % -i_.vcl_e_- ,:��� KeVam,' wlio- foll^w-ed^  .  did "not make, 20'feet, and.fthe jump was  riot ifteaSui?-d'.    paly came next avi.th 2D  ' fpet, v6|vin.-'hn6sr" "-    ���� ���' .';.���"'. ..  -'Iv. Slit- $0<aond.tiiail %ist;alj made 22  feet �� Inches.    Bot% Ko<_lie ancl Revan  failed to "do SoyidSt, while Daly made 21  ..feet-finches.  -.. ���    .;  In. the tliird trial Vassal! made .22, feet  G in-lies, Roche 21 f e,et9 ihcliesi Bevan 20  feet finches, and-Daly with 21 feet l_0j  inches.  Iii the fourth trial Vassal! made a sud-  _^ den jump of 23 feet.   Roclie, BeVan and  avoiijW. Paget Toiiilinson, Cambridge,  second; H. R. Parks, Oxford, third; and  J. Hallowed, Harvard, fourth. Time li.}  seconds. Fox led from start to finish,  and avou by tAvo and a half yards, tliere  being half a yard betAveen Paget Toiiilinson and Parks. There was tremendous cheering from the Vale and Harvard stands when it aviis announced that  Pox had equalled the British .amateur  record.  The half mile run avus won by II. I*.. IL  Graham, Cambridge; C. F. AV. Strubent,  Cambridge, second; "3. F. Adams, Vale,  third; and T. E. Burke, Harvard, fourth.  Time 1..571. Struben led for the first  lap, followed by Adams, Graham and  Burke -in the order mentioned. When  this lap had been- completed Graham  AA'ent to the front, and running in splendid style, Avon by about eight yards timid  excited cheers from the Englishmen and  depression and silence on the part of the  Americans. Burke did not finish and  had to be supported to the pavilion and  carried upstairs.  The quarter run was Avon by C. G.  Davidson, Cambridge; L. Boardman, Yale,  second; L. R. Fisher, Yale, tliird and A. M.  Hoolins, Oxford, fourth; time, 49 2-5  seconds. There was a loA'el start and  Boardman set the pace at a tremendous  rate. Entering the straight for home.,  Hoolins just led Boardman with David-,  son last. About 70 yards from home  Davidson came up with a tremendous  rush and aa'oii by five'yards.  The high jump was Avon by A, N. Rice,  Harvard; he cleared six feet. H. S. Adair,  Oxford, Avas second at 5 feet 11 inches;  CM. Rotch, Haiward, 5 feet 10 inches,  aud AV. Paget Toiiilinson, Cambridge, 5  feet 5 inches.  The tliree mile run Avas avou by H. AV.  Workman, Cambridge, C. H. Palmer,  Yale,'was second. G-. Wilberforce, Oxford, Smith, Oxford, H. AV. Foote, '.Harvard, and H. B. Clarke, Harvard, did not  finish.    Time 15 minutes, 3_?|- seconds.  This'.race,Avas the deciding event, ancL  when on the last lap it Avas seen that  Workman avouIcI'.'win and England thereby gain the ode] event,''-the re was a scene  &&:^VaW."$l_^  ^$^iiln|iii^  BRITAIN PLAYS AT NAVAL WAR  ttl'eaMifheultyj.tlu^  " lng^pifiiuakiugpa -wivyhfor ?him**.tQ ..the;  -. pavilion-.,* VHe_e��anotn0r scenes of 'c i-antie;  heliTthe: cr.6wd.|\che.Si'ed"ari'cl AVayefl hats  ifticthaftd��kgrehi-f��.,      ". .     "   ".-  Sketch of the Manceirvres..  London, July 22.���The mobilization of  the huge fleet engaged in the present  inano'uvres is carrying out a plan of  operation of the most interesting character. The plan supposes Great Britain  to be at Avar with a contintental power,  and a convoy of British merchant ships,  carrying food and supplies, is crossing  the Atlantic from Halifax under escort.  The enemy sends a lleet to intercept the  convoy, and the British dispatch a fleet  to intercept that of its achrersary, tlie  enemy, however, relies upon numerous  torpedo boats, issuing from the Irish  boats, for the purpose of harrassing the  British, while they capture the convoy.  Great Britain on the other, hand relies on  the torpedo boat destroyers to cope Avi tithe torpedo boats, and giA'e free play to  the sea-going sltips. Tlie real battle is  thus torpedoes boats against torpedo  boat destroyers. The result must, be interesting and may largely' control the  future policy with regard to the building  of torpedo boat destroyers.  Keeping the Screws on Kruger.  London,    July   22.���While    president  Kruger declined to yield to  the petition  of the Uitlanders and the arguments of  tlie British high commissioner of South  Africa,. sir Alfred  Milner,  he seems in-_  dined to yield to the more forcible hints  of. the  Avar  office,  comprised   iu  unobtrusive but obvious military preparations. .  The sudden change of front by the voile--,  sraad in adopting the seven years franchise proposition on Tuesday is a forcible  demonstration of the claim that president  Kruger  can  and   does   yield   AA'hen  the  proper pressure is applied, but not otherwise.     As Mr. Chamberlain stated in the  course of his speech in the house of commons   on   Thursday,  in   regard   to  the  modifications of the franchise l.y\v in the'  Transvaal, the  concession   does  not end  the difficulty, but merely becomes a basis  for a pacific settlement,  and former experiences AA'ith tlie TransA'aal have taught  ��tili-Vg^ve,ifti%d^^^  di_a<s^&cduffliKt&|b^^  Ration $","D-*tb,ere^  NELSON DEFEATED AT CRICKET  The Best Men AVon.  The Rossland cricket club got their  reA'enge yesterday for their defeat last  year when they beat Nelson on the first  inning after a close game. The issue Avas  uncertain for a long time but D. Kennedy  and Beeher made a stand for the ninth  wicket that avou tlie game, putting on IS  runsbefore the partnership was dissolved  by Beeher being given out leg before.  Nelson won the toss and A\-ent in first,  but  their  A'enture   opened   most   disastrously, and, had not the tail end  of the  team  come  to  the  rescue,  avouIcI   have  made but a sorry showing.    Seven good  Avickets Avere cIoavu for only 29 runs, and  eight for 42, but then came the stand of  the game.    Ileathcote, aa'Iio was. playing  sterling cricket, AA'as   joined by Brown,  and'the two put on 40 runsbefore being  separated? They hit the Rossland bcnvlers  all OA'er the field, and made 28 and 22 respectively before they in turn succumbed  to Grogan.   They Avere 'the. only-two that  got into double figures. Jowett succeeded  in carrying out his bat for eight, of Avliich  he  made  six in  one  hit.     The  innings  closed for 98, not a large score considering they Avere playing tAA'elve a side. Tlie  Rossland',* team   tried    four     different,  bowlers,   of   whom  Bulleu and  Grogan  were'the most successful, the-former taking four Avickets for 31 runs.    He boAvled  24 overs including five'maidens.    Grogan  came     out     Avith      the      best      average,    boAA'ling    three    men     clean     at  an    expense    of    fourteen     runs.      He  bowled    fi\'e   oA'ers   with    one   maiden.  Hamilton also took three Avickets for 33  runs,'sending doAvn  17  overs  Avith four  maidens.  The scoring on the Rossland side Avas  more even,. Grogan, aa'Iio went in first  played good cricket for 13 runs, AA'hen he  AA'as unfortunate enough to get in front  of a straight"ballfrom E. AVilsou. Bulleu  also played AA'ell for his 17. and le Maistre-  looked like making "runs Avhen E. AVilsou  bowled him AA'ith a splendid ball, a fast  yorker.    Hamilton.Avent in fifth Avicket  The Rossland team AA-ent out to bat  again at 0.15, Avith 59 runs to make to  win on the two innings, and Avith the certainty of Avinuing the match if they  -ould_ but keep up ��� their wickets  till 7 o'clock, the hour for draAving  stumps. The    game    opened    rather  disastrously for the llosslander.s with  Hamilton and Kennedy at the Avickets.  Norcross, who should have been tried in  the lirst innings, AA-as put ou to bowl and  captured three good Avickets for little or  nothing. He then fell off rather, and his  place Avas taken by, Brown. Grogan  joined Hamilton and soon knocked up  eight. E. Kennedy, the next man, made  four and then Hamilton and Rolt played  out time"with. 10 and 9 to their credit, respectively. The total was 45 for five  wickets.    The scores.tire:  XBLSO-f���-TltST IXNIN-iS.  Iv. K "MclCf ii/.ic. b Billion   G. N. Noi-ui-jss, I) llullon   J_. G. Wilson, 1) Hamilton   J. M. Williams, b Ilullon   .1. Klliot., b Mullen   IT. J. Wilson, 11) w, b Hamilton   Ci. W. II. UeuUicoto, b Gi-otcan.....    H. H. Haines, c Grogan, b Haniilton   T. Atkoy, run out   U. JI. lirowu, b Grosftin   F. Fletcher, b Grogan   W. A. Jowett, not out   Kxtras     Tot til,  ..... :i  .... ��  ... :i  .... i  .... o  .... 2  !!.._._  .... :i  . -  . 8  . 8  .98  ROSSLAND.  feii^^STTMt^S deep We r..^KlM?e_^f'  fr|)n|$^^lj^|^;^i|_^  Daly -ail failed to reacli 20 feet,  In the fifth and last round Vassal! and  BeA'an were both raider 20 feet. Roche  fell back and was not measured, while  Daly did 22 feet 3 'inches. Then the  British flag Avas hoisted to record the  first victory.  The throwing of' tlie sixteen pound  hammer was* Won by AV. A. Beal, Hai'-  Ivard, H J. %*pAvn, HaiH'ard, second; J, D.  GreeiisHielcIs,'Glxfotd, third, Beal,threw  the hammer, 130 feet, S|-.inches; BroAVn  12'2 feet, 9 inches; and Greensliields 109  ft-ct, 0 iuclies.  In tlie one hundred yard dash, F. J.  Quinlan, Harvard, Avon; G. R. Thomas,  Oxford, seeoild; F, A. Blount, Yale, third  and A..L. Hine, Oambridge* fourth. The  winner's time AA'as 1.0 seconds. Blount  got first aAV-iy and led for 40 yards, When  Quinlan and Thomas clreAV level. Quinlan  Avith a splendid spurt. Avon by a half  yard.  In the one mile run, II. H. Hunter, Gain-  bridge, avou; A. L. Dawson, Oxford,  second: 0. B. Spiteer, Yale, third; and P.  Smith, Yale, fourth. Freeman tie. Oxford, also started. Time 4 minutes, 24  seconds. Freemantle took the lead, going  at a good pace, and led for the first two  laps. Hunter closely folloAved, with  Smith and Spitzer next, and. DaAvson at  the rear. At the last lap Freenu.ntle  retired and Hunter, running strong, soon  put a Avide gap betAveen himself ancl the  others, Dawson going up to second place.  Entering the straight for home, Spitzer  made a gallant attempt for second place  and dreAV level, but after .a.fenv yards  Dawson again passed him ancl finished  second, Spit/.er being third. All the men  wore greatly exhausted, Spitzer especially. He Avas unable to walk, and had  to be almost carried to the pavilion.  Hunter avou by 30 yards.  In the hurdle race F. Z.  Fox, Harvard,*  '��. -  .."" DEn"d��.;bf. .P^rliameiit -An; "Sijflrb-���' "  , :i^p4D6^yA\\^.2^'v-^Th6.>dds&ioh oife.of.l  the -inosMdi'eajry." ;,ses��,ions of ���pa.i4ijj,.mcjnt  ;"'-.^Miik tIi"e>;-jiieiildi*nyo| men" npW"living is  in aight. - The ni-iubei's of Tblie kopse of  co)ninc>ns expect to flit about Aitgttst  10th, in tiiiie 4*)- reach >the" mpdirs: for tlie  op.eliiiig of gv.Oii'ie siiootfilig;, .Avliich begins  on J_ijgn-fc, I2tli. The" "gc*y:ernineut has  nlet niaqi-y -*ebnf__* in bptih lipuses of par-  Tiajn4h��t, Iiiid tjierecliiced majesties.which  they .haA'e carried ,ome 'pet measures  haA'e bepu constitiited moral vi&tc-ries foi:  the opposition. The - '; Conservative ���  leaders,, in short, have displayed  their usual vaciilatioii,, indecision  and feebleness, in resisting tlie  'dei-ftratfs'^f^'tlrer^e^  masses. Lobbying has been more prevalent than ever before. Unfortunately  for the success of the __-iberal party, tlie  leaders On tliat side have slioAVli little  aptitude to score off the numerous- shortcomings of the Tories, or to profit by the  rebelliousues'5 that several government  measures aAvakened in the ranks of lord  Salisbury's -ictli&rents. In short*the Liberals haVe -shown themselA-es rather demagogic opposcrs than initiators of a  line of policy. Otliei'Avise it is belieA'ecl  they niight more than ouee luwe forced  a dissolution Of parliament and appealed  to the country witli success.  Filipinos Bag American Officers.  MAxSfii-A, July 22.���While the American  officials are leading the Filipinos into  fraternizing and feasting, the tAVo armies  are constantly fighting. EveryAvhere the  Filipinos haA'e a strong corps pushed' for-  Avard, close upon the American lines, and  Avhenever a patrol leaves the main body  it finds itself in tlie presence of the  enemy, and threatened Witli being surrounded. The Americans take revenge  by having their ships fire upon Filipinos  AvhereA'er a feAV sIioav themselves in order  to bathe. Hoav hopeless the Americans  are outside of Manila is shoAvn by the  capture of two officers of the hospital  ship Relief. The A-essel Avhicli took a  short sail under the protection of the  cannon of the warships, off Paranquo, Avas  suddenly surrounded by natiA'e boats and  the officers captured. The Monadnock  got.up steam rapidly, but although she  opened fire and raked tlie shore and  forest,'the'"rescue .of the officers AA'as not  accomplished. The Filipinos led the  prisoners quietly aA\ray. AVheii the  marines landed they Avere received "so  Avarinly that they Avere forced to return  hastily to the ship..  "l'ate�� Dixie- _^oSs,;tPlo%��^��fcjS��'cl-i..is; .affiJ'iujScJn  f t-om -.-_-%;" Aiidr'&w'%^  Th*- ,cieath* ��� deexxpipd}_ ph^ThxirsdayryMj^,  Ross. hadibeen/*aii%g: for "^biu^/tiluc"; Aia$p  aiict   a   feAV cia$*s ag.6n PBp&lpd? |he. "Bt:  Joseph's, Irospital- "iviWi* *the 'fp.fl&ar. Ii0i|e  plfai a,iCritical'4peiati1on - ^ybiildl. ��ave liis  %fp,   Thp hppe 'xvas: v-alii-jvii-^weve-i*, death"-:  coining at^five. dHo;c]o.ThyCvM<iy iMi-Tfiugs  The remains ha.Ve  be*eii reniOVect tci liis1  late resict-Hcej Hillside avenue.    Jji?. Ro^s  Avas, born at Oanibridge. Sipj-ings,; Srasst---  cliusetts, 5$ years ago,,'and"in i��7Q! came  to this province j casting liis lot iii tlie  Cariboo  gold  fields.    Forsaking nliiijug.  howeVei** he came to Victoria aibout 20  yea-S   past   Avliere   licl   engaged   in th-  'grOcevy business* contiutfiug in that liiie  nntil his cleatli.         .  Uoii_b. on Claim Jumpers.  ViCToalA, July 22.���Atlin is apparently  ���it-Qt_th.e_happyiIiMnthtg-giiQimcl_j_or__iSlai-iu_  '�����kif  jumpers. Judge Irving lias tlirfritoiled  to imprison them if it can be proven that  thei Jumpers haA'e clone any work on tlie  .claim, and the vigilance committees -have  notified of their intention Of first literally " Avipiug the floor" Avitli tliem. One  claim juhipei" on Fine creek put in a test  case. His mime was Skceue and,lie Avas  Well knoAvii as a .hotel proprietor iii the  district. After lie had jumped the claim  the boys "jumped" liim and when they  got through he was found lying i11 _i ditch,  senseless and black and blue all over.  Claim .tumping- in the district is (lull now.  To Pension Old Age.  London, July 22.���The pai-liamentai-y  committee on old age pensions is laboring earnestly Avitli a vieAV to presenting  a report before tlie prorogation of parliament. It is understood that the. com in it-  tee has arrived at the determination to  recommend a pension of five shillings  .weekly to all attaining the age of 05  years, who have never received parisli  relief. The proposal Avill naturally involve a heaA'y expense generally. It is  estimated at ��10,000,000 yearly, which it  is proposed shall be diA-ided between tlie  Imperial exchequer and local resources.  Vancouver's Old Smelter Sold.  Vancou.vj__-., July 22.���Tlie plant and  site of the A'ancouver smelter has been  sold. The purchasers are said to be a  syndieate of Ncav York men. They do  not intend to make any use of the plant  for smelting ancl the chances are that it  will be treated as so much old iron. It is  said tliat the purchase price Avas $22,500.  The terms and general details of the  transaction will not be made public until  after "a meeting of -the shareholders -which  takes place on-.the afternoon of August  llth, when, it is expected the stile will .be'  ratified liy goncnil consent. . /,/���".  ,|)0iYtlei'.'5"-^  "pWO"JilSt.- -..viclsets1".iifr.--t.vo aVei'S for live.  i-fiins,-,    % "Wilson, .AV'a;s;'resppnsiblO,, '|oj:.  fbill' Ayickets,, "WhictH ,'C6st2 29> nxxn$.    lie  ,fewlje=cl fl fiver.g,, including, eight maidens..  WllJ|anfs .took tlu'(ie\5vicke_s -foi 34 runjsj  sgiidiiig- cto\Vh siSteeii ,.qa?m*s,- AVith tv^o;  lnaKlens,.   . "EJIiot .aiilcl --Apkelf- .Seenred -a;  ; Avicket apiece.   -The field-iiig on tlie* (Neh  soli side: Was aKain slacl? and  quite' a  '.lUiiiibei*  of" runs   w'ete1 IhroAVii  away,  tliojiglii there we,re ijulivjdtial exceptiojis,  ncitabjy   'B'l'fipt.     The   Wilson   brothers  tinct;Haines also fielded well, but .JoAvett  Ateis j\,nyt'ln-ng' but. a suocess boliiiicl the  wielset.    It AVas alS6 generally remarked  that If the Nets&n batsmen Imd been as  Ivceu As their opponents in seeuring every  possible ritn tlie result might ha-A'e been  changed and Woiikl  eei-taiilly lraVe been  close.   As it  was the- Rossi an dei's compiled. 10S runs,, tli us  exceeding the  total  Tu!"trfe"TiTmT^ = -  By this time the afternoon avjis drawing to a. close, and) the result of the  matcli being practically decided, many of  the spectators, who included a large  number of ladies, left the grounds. J,  I-liiot, tlie kelson captain, determined,  ���however, fco setx, liis nien out again on  the oil* chance of olio of the proverbial  uncertainties of cricket cropping up.. K.  VA'Tlson aud Jowott went in first and  star tod* to but Iret-Iy, but the latter soon  put one dp to Holt at long off. Norcross  joined him, but was bowled by Hamilton  forfbiir. VVilfiaius was caught off the  next liowlel' before lie scored, and then  II. Wilson joiuetl (its brother. The newcomer   played   careljilly,  and   tlie   pair  It. N. Grogan, 1 b \v, b E. Wilson   10. Kcnnc-Iy. b Williams   N...It. It. Bulleu, c Atkcy. b K. Wilson .. .  AV. do V. Ic Maistre, b I.. AVilsou   F. AV. Rolt. b AVilliam..   A. Marsh, b Williams   C. Hamillon, c HcnUicoLo, b Atkey;   H. M. l'luinball, b Wilson..   D. Konnedy, not, out,   L. J.echcr, I b .v, b Klliot,   IT. I1'. IMyUon', b Brown   .  H. Taylor, cand b Brown....   I'-xtras. ,...  -.   Total   NI-LSO.-.���SKC'0-.n  INNINGS.  K. Wilson, b Hamilton.....' ���.  .  W. A. Jowett, cRolt, bio Maistre :  (J. N. Norcross, bHamilton   ... M. AVilliams, c Marsh, b Hamilton   IT. J, Wilson, b Grogan   J. Klliot, run out...   G. Tl. HeathcO-C, b Hamilton    C. H. Brown, 1 b w, b ItuinbiilK   Iv. 15, iy-aclvonzic, run out. -. .V   IT. IX Haines, not out.   ;   Extras..  .  ,   L'-  Total.   -iininK- declared closed.  ���L..--L.0'. -���������': -;. ���:.---. ���'-Rossi,.--.!-. ���  C. Hamilton, not out........  .I).��Ken,iieds  1��      li  . ..II  ...  s  :...  IS  ....    S  ....   :i  ....    5  ....   II  ....IDS  KOOTENAY MINES AND SMELTERS  Strike in the Rio Grande.  Y.uut, July 22.���A strike has been  made in the Rio Grande in the neAV drift  tAventy-five feet, from the main tunnel.  The paystretik is 11 inches Avide, ancl is a  granular quartz carrying galena and  gold oxide and some sulphides.  CONCENTEATES.  During the past week there Avere OA'er  sixty locations of mineral claims recorded  at the Nelson ollice and tlie assessments  recorded have aA'eraged twenty per clay.  Tlie Duncan Mines, Limited, the Granite Gold Mines, Limited, the Nelson Electric Tramway Company, Limited, and  Queen Bess Proprietary Company, Limited, all occupy offices in the Clement  & Hillyer block.  Some remarkably fine gold quartz  specimens have been brought, to Nelson  during the past feAV days . by men Avho  are prospecting on Bird creek. The  ledges are said to be very small and  pockety but they are producing specimens which it Avould be hard to beat.  J. Cameron has made several good  finds near the head of Hall creek. Sam- *  pies taken from tlie croppings giA'e high  values in gold but as his locations have  not been perfected Cameron lias little to  say either with respect to the assays or  tlie vicinity in Avliich the claims are  situate.  ...is  ... i  ... i  ... o  ... i  ...Io  ...3  ...12  ... 0  ... 1  ... 7  ...(ID  L. B-clv:r,  Ji _t  JL\    IfM"!   '-     _3n     Pi' J-nP -��J1__-Til nD &." .. _-��     n    TTn^m    D"ftl        q  -^-���^-rasa-"-"^*^  i ' ���    n" q0    n   _  n Pn.       utuO,   UQ   -  . u0 ._    . J-d " D ' n ~ r  The Mining RevieAv of Sandon is very  bitter-against the present goA'ernment,  and predicts that eA'ery mine in the  Slocan will remained uinvorked until  such time as a coalition government is  formed and its policy announced. If tlie  mines of the Sloean are to remain nn-  Avorked until a coalition government is  formed, the KevieAV had better pull up  stakes and make a try in one of the  fanning districts along the Fraser, Avhere  men work sixteen hours in the tAvcnty-  four instetid of eight.  '"fep;:  BaMits/ftf.'^?.^ ���  ,j.^p^asy3uly"^lf-yTl  Austin^ Te-Svs,,, ;3iily^:Mf^Tiip fe&hf$l.  . an tiioijities of .'Tex^is - IjiWe i;tTceivl.d> in-  ': &ri1iati6li regai^lihg '^l!iC-ic��fJac|kif ]$$$$ >  ���oxgaiih/iaiioh,,"��� of " train -:rpbbuei,'.s| u*JWs*6.  ' i'eiide#nofis. is   hv" " Gh,is|_a��.. lUToiiutai'US,,  ��� I?fe^idi c-Unity,,. ft Sw-Uj�� (SXpepth-lPhht his  attack On the-,So..t'hei'n PaciTi"e"-0;Vie."ii'l,a.|ill ���,  -exin^-ss train ^vjaS' jeontenipikfce-li 'by the -,  robbers ancl the exj^ress conipany oi'fieiais  liad been notified of the situasti^ii,.    This '  deSpei'afce band of i-oblserS hiwVe heeif"P,p--  erating in ATest Texas,, Ngw AJeXiM-, ftnd  Ariv.oi.ia for years* and ayear'ago-.tlli-l3ajul!  was driven iiitotheinoiiiitauisof ctiiniisTi-  tiabua, Mexico. IitSii,i(iiinbei?s raided a Mormon settlement and AVer-e pursued by tlie  colonists.   The robbei's  AVei'e  (-terttil-en  a-nd a fight, i'cjIlo.A-ed in Avhit_h two of the  robbers wel-c killed.    "Black -hick"  the  l,eader,^Aviio=was^i-opf)rtc-c,l=as=*-lrWiir*tli--  authorities say isi still alive-  NELSON.  After yesterday's game the ball players are confirmed in their belief that  they can beat the cricket team at cricket.  Accordingly J. Neelands, manager of the  baseball team, Avishes to challenge the.  cricket team to play them at cricket one  day next Aveek. Either Thursday or  Saturday..- would be most convenient to  the ball players. .'  ^llelfff^c_;|-argf^ii||gor Sail-'  ?^^l^-'i5>^x__i:^?-;^I'i^/*-=Vitx^*oil^tliat^.Tjaiisitncss to  >J?f*ifig^��r5*l^;ifC MS��M#|^.s��  ll i ���^0?��IUi:ra-^-liaidseciin^itfte ^contract  -fr*%^ii^^^%ffec^a^  }��\\7$ M^^'^Wp^^M^^M.^ cottage  ���feu'fi'!"' ;J:!^pjtiinP ^c^^JiJj^eP^iafeed   the .  **rtfl0'3'M^^Bgj^rf.liil^_^iSk to the  LfidliigpiyidJ..^h'i|^Bl enable  itiOiitil grant  Ball Gaines Yesterday,  Cincinnati 4, Boston ii,.  Chicago' 1, Baltinioro 2.  Louisville S, Brooklyn 2.  Pittsburg IB, Philadelphia,'!.  Induinapolis 1, Kansas City 8.  t-Iiuiieapolis ���!, Grand !.la.pid_ 2.  Stilwankee 12, Detroit 7.  looked iike niakihg ruiis, when .a good  ball from Grogan beat him. 'Elliot awis  the next comer, but the partnership did  not last long. E. Wilson had begun to  "slog" and, lotting out at a straight ball  from llainilton which kept low, had liis  S-iiiup.s knocked out of tlie ground,  ileathcote did not "co.no off the second  innings, but when Brown came in there  was some very lively hitting until the  latter obstructed liis wicket. During his  short stay he tf'-atod all the bowlers*  with contempt, making 12 in very short  order. All this time Klliot was playing  excellent cricket, his placing. being  noticeably good. Mis next partner  Mackenzie- avms palpably run out before  he scored, but the umpire thought otherwise The next ball there was another  appeal, and though he was equally palpably in his.ground the umpire gave the  decision against him, thus evening things  up. Soon after Klliot ran -himself out'  through a piece of bad judgment, thin  closing a pretty; inii.iiigs of. .15. Xine  wickets were then down. I'or OS, and. the  innings aviis . declared . closed,- - leaving  Haines not out-with one run,Lo his credit. <  Buffalo ..8,..-St... Pan  Paid 1.  Hartford, 12, Worcester <i.  ProA'iclence 13, Springfield 1.  Bulla In. 2,, St.  Militia Called Out in Cleveland.  Gi-i'-Vr-.-Axn, July 22.���Orders were  issued today for the assembling of four  companies of the Fifth regiment, located,  at Cleveland, to do strike duty in the  streets of the city during the present  railway trouble. It was decided that  tliis was absolutely necessary for the  safety of the property of the street  way company and the lives of its  ployes.  vtil-  Ctll-  Chinese fax Will be Increased.  VANC-OUVI-I-, July 22.���G. Ii. Maxwell,  the member for Hurrard in tlie liouse of  commons, has returned to this city from  Ottawa. He says tliat tlie Chinese restriction amendment bill is now in progress, and he felt sure that the tax avoiiI.I  lie increased to $2:')0, but he could give  ni) encouragement or promise ' of tiny  Japn.nc.su restrictive measures.  Lacrosse Cliami-ions Defeated.  Vun'OuiA, July 22.��� The Victorias avou  .the lacrosse match today, defeating tlie.  team from New Westminster by a score  of 'A. to, 2;- Tlie ..play....was. exceedingly  fast, but Avas remarkable':-for. au almost  total absence of roughness.  Lso-i:ety*s, I-ii  "tlftm.-# gaqii^irjrl^l'5iJiiii--c  ���>��ttflJf-V*lu4!^ty.^i^V^|^-^itta- the so-  "��j.ety ha$ lj$$QQ��\H^  the axedApu .xf;';thev^ioaf)*}^c^'u.    \    '   ^  3trme& ^��ci0.miail,cl ieiiveK Oxy jSldfxfcly for  _3ui_cau.-City-5 A^ieife he has "a? Jcontract  for the cb(ivLi.ig-of s^veij% tllOUliJind feet  -Of - "prl-feS -foi-" the. "tri-st;^ acjrggg Howser  lake. i'bis the Off-ftkf-lijtH Ptoifi"^ raihvay.  , The trestle. Vii%, be Aohx,t.v a ijnte:!.oiigv  JEAsi-Gii,  Tlie police aiitli,oi'itie,s, lta.\*u''bpefi active '  for the",paj.t,tAVei-Vty-(!.mi1 houi's lu rounding up all: the hoboes and giving ���Hmny^,  orders to leftvo.    -For .several   .veek-s-pas*''. .  Kaslo ,has  beer,   the refuge,   of -'Ally   thd ���":;  i;011ghyciiai'flCtW-S'=Vv1ri:ch"^AAT3TC  out of the Lardo toAA-nsfle!? by tliepi'o*���   ���  vincifil police.    They vyei-i* not intcirfi.i.C-d   -..  with, bfit on Thursday itight  tlie peopltr  of Kaslo Were  giVpn a vbfy good ,i.(?asou"  2-'  to belic-V- tliat tho li oboes  eontemphltect" *���'  the  bi-iriiing  of  the biisiHess, portion of,  the city for the^purpose of Iddb,    Toffee--"    '  fires were started' in tlie city a-t oui. time. D   .,  Two wt_.ro 'ft).rt-iliia,;t��ly uiscovered  befex-e "  anV" danmgo Avas done, but tlxe  third   se- =  ciiivil.such.headway that the old "hiixpi;.."..'  moth rest-illi.ant buihjing was practiea.ll^'   ������������"���.  destroyed.    The   fires   "Which   wei*e  p^ii  out before any damage *WnS done were in  the liaveii port 1-csCHurant and   in ii barn  in the real-  of John   Koiman's residence.  There is little doubt in the opinion, of tlio  police but tliat all three tires were of iu-  ci'iuliary origin, and as a safeguard tlie  hoboes are being hustled out of tlte eity  as quickly a.s possible.  Funeral of Robert Ingersoil.  Nkw Youk, July 22,���As  yet no  arrangement has .been made for tlie funeral  of the late Robert G. Ingersroll wlio dieel  on Friday.     Monday Imd been; settled on  for the funeral by the male members of  the family, but tlie widow and daughters  wished the funeral on Tuesday,.and' that  is the day set.    It will bo a  private funeral.    No one will   bo  invited   but those  nearest     to    the   dead.        It    will    be  held   at    the    home,    in    Dobbs    h'erry  and       will       be      a      sccnihir    funeral.  There will be no music, perhaps not; even  tin address, no singing, no.prayers, noth-  ing*.but a   last  leave-taking.    Regarding  Colonel Ingorsoll's estate, his  brothef-iu- ��  law and  private  secretory, Mr.  Furr--.*  said : " If he left a Avill I  don't  know  of  it.    Colonel Ingersoil died  poor; he 1ms  not any estate worth speaking  of.    Others have had the b -.neiifc of all  that he  earned in the la .v, and in lecturing." THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C..  SUNDAY, JULY  23.  1890.  B  A WORD OF SOME NEW ARRIVALS  B $  B  -  ��� ��  fl$  \%  B P.  B  We thouqht this  part of our  stock  complete  until #  B \fy  B these  were  brought   to  our notice last  week.    They S  B w  B are the  prettiest  either you  or we have ever seen. ��  B w  B Prices from  20   cents   to  $1.    Call   and  see   them  B  B  %  MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.  m  BANK  OP  B. C.   BUILDING,  NELSON.  T_i!_a_VCS   C-A-S-E-C  ���^��  '^eeeeeeeeeseeeseeeeeeeeeee-ftee  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  SDfte f&cibxxm.  ,Daily Edition. .......  Wbkklt Kdition...  ,.- .JTlRST Yeai., No. 171  ...... Seventh Ykak, No. 30  '. THEU-- were five hundred spectators at  the cricket match yesterday. They Avere  present for tlie reason that the recreation ground is ' easy of access. If  yesterday's match had been played on the  grounds wliich the-Canadian'Pacific Rail-  AATay: Compauy would like to shiff off on  2y;.th2e(y'cipy^"iii--;lieu_;so��n--'.the , Iltill street  |IBS!��^^ liersons  |Sil|��;^^ to-see it.  Kfflfe'*-^^ cricke-;,  mm&ti&dbtiHy��pW^^ a_  well as  I t^^i'^'"fi-_*^-^^3-^lg_*-<^---^j--;'-T.B''a-.-u.:.-p-HLW^^  [��.ftife^^ the  Hall  I-S-- -.*,--���     ,_a^.-D_iifl0    .      _'Dn.    .n��-L.V     - - ta^-J.  -   m,L.:' �� p .   - �� "' '  ���9"nDD��rB '  ���^0:&Jliel;Ga.m to break  ^.3p.p!o.ixgJjjyasii";,��.g-rfee.u|!i3nt"jnift-jie  in  good  ^5"%|$_iic^^ (. I"'.", Y.  �� "    '��   .rfftri.1*"*.    '���;������ ��� ."������ "a.   .   *,��� ��'->_������   ;���  .^STjflijeilofttcA'loi'lh'Q' iLoiidoh and  British  |&^.;j<^gu^ liekl    in  ^^^p^^^^nd^fUid.. it is Worth retid-  j^^4^^^fe��^^-^M*:^ie! "jnanllgi ng di rector  If^KQ^^^ 'JlfJ1'0 recently,  j>^W^'l^%?.^'i��y-��.yet' be ,ip tile province,  ^������^���sCKfi^solfl-peciiliaf sta-tements. lie ad-  ^'-i'iiftl'* ihllp tli,d Yniir: mine, taking the  -.|^ii:i'ch'"Ol"fh<3' shares on tile day the. meet-  y^ixi-g "was held, represented a profit of  :f^^fnetiOT^  ^yhdlderfSi   Now, uo quo in Kootenay will  p   begrxxdgp tlie   shareholders  their   good  ���-    .'luok.   They accepted the chances, and  have made a Avinuing.   Hut Mr. Pfiplviss  liacT    to    give     an     opinion     on.   tlio  '(;".   eiglit-hour 1a"iv�� as ivell as make reference  ;"S'   "to the: good fortune df the sha).el!6!d'or._  lin his Ccin'paiiy.    He* practically, acltwits  that his company is resisting the payment of the rate of Avages asked for by  the miners, not because his mine is  unable to pay the rate asked for, but  because they are bound to join AA'ith  other mine OAvners in resisting the miners.  Tho Ymir mine can well a fiord to pay the  standard rate of Avages, but Avill not pay  the rate because someone with  Avhom tliey haA'e no business relations  AvhatcA-er is uiiAvilling to pay the standard  rate. Managers of mines are great  Sticklers on one point, and tliat one point  is'outside interference AA'ith Avluit thoy  co'osidcr tlieir business. "They refuse  , to meet in conference* rcprcseiitativos of.  the'miners'* organizations, and Avill not  even" recognize committees oi\ their own  miners if they present a grievance; bub  they arc Avilling, at the request of follow  mine managers, to sacrifice the interests  of tlie shareholders Avhose business they  aro  paid   to  mainige.     In other Avords,  This week we are showing a special line of  FLOWER  POTS  JARDINIERES  AKD  Headquarter.- lot  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  We mako a specialty of  Shjpiap and Double Dressed IVjateria!  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles and Lath Kept in Stock  Oflicc and yard near C.P.K. depot   E. G. BEER. Agent.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres, of land within one and a  quarter rniles of Nelson..-For further;   '_;:  particulars apply to: '",���-"'*���'  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson,   B.   C.  BASKETS  Away below regular price.  TliomsoK Stationery (Ji)., tel  NUMBER  These hot summer days is a duty you  really o.vc to -"No. 1."  Probably the best thing to do i.s to fortify your .system with soine  WELL KNOWN TONIC.  We have all the .standard preparations  that are recommended for this purpose.  they are willing' to go on sympathetic  strikes to help out men of their own  kind. Mr. Popkiss has made an admission  that will tend to open the eyes of people  who were inclined to give the poor, ill-  used mine owners their moral support.  "Boh" LvGi-i-SOi-i, died of heart disease :it liis home in New York state on  Friday. Tlie death was sudden and unexpected, al though he had suffered from  the disease that caused his death since  ISO-. His wife was the only one present  when he died, and the story is thus  briefly told in an Associated Press despatch to the American papers:  Colonel Iiigersoll spent tlio morning swinging in a  liitnimock and silting on llic veranda with the members  of his family. He said lie was better and had no pain.  At I2.'lu he started to go upstairs. On reaching the head  ol* lhe stairs he I nrncd into his wife's room. Mrs. lnger-  soll was there. Together they discussed what they  would have I'or luncheon, lie seemed in good .spirits  then. After talking a few moments he crossed lho room  and sat down in a nicking.chair, lie leaned his head  upon his arm, whieli re. ted on the lack of the chair.  Mrs. Iiigersoll asked him how he was feeling, and hc replied "Oh, better." These were his last words. A second  after they were uttered he was dead. There was not  oven a sigh or a groan as death came.  Iiigersoll was known .vliereArer English  is spoken or read through his books directed against the Christian religion.  Orthodox Christians believed him worse  than the devil, but many of the unorthodox belicA'ed that he did good by laying  bare the fallacies,and exposing the impostures of the church. - Iiigersoll, like  Paine, ���will have liis place in history.  THK stock argument used by 3. Roderick Robertson against the enforcement  of the eight-hour law litis been  that it  ���would have the eifect of driving British  capital  out of  the province.    The fact  that  J.  Roderick   Robertson   said   this  ���would be so was sufficient to  make the  managing clerks in Nelson believe that it  was so.    Unfortunately for these people  it  appears  that  3. Roderick Robertson  has  one  story for his London  directors  aud another for his foundling, the Nelson  Miner.    There was a meeting of the London and British Columbia Gold/ields  the  other day when the chairman told the  shareholders that hc Avas in a position to  give them some information about the  eight-hour law, derived by Mr. Popkiss,  the  managing  director of the coin pany,  through  eonversations had .with 1. Rod-  crick  Robertson  and  S.% S. Fowler. * He  then   pi'oc^led ~ to "say,   am'Qiig   other  thing.*-, clf^^Lhe strike   over   the  eight-  iiour law had one good effect.    It made  owners/fif-px-opei'ty less exorbitant in their  demands:    "In  other words thoy were  " able to buy properties to  greater ad-  " vantage  than  if  things  had  gone on  " more smoothly; and there had been  no  " strike." Tho people ol Nelson have now  to choose betAveen the cooing of a wet  nurse to her foundling and tho talk of a  mine manager to his directors.     The wet  nurse says that the eight-hour law spells  blue  ruin;    the mine manager,  that it  creates an advantageous opportunity for  the purchase of mining properties with a  view to their further development. When  you accept the oue you must reject the  other.  Y.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Canada Drag and Book Co,,  Corner of Bakor and Stanley Street., Nelson  HAIB GOODS ANDIAIB ORNAMENTS  Switches from.,S>2, up..  ���'���':��� Ml.S.' j.:;A\..-KKA UNKyiiiisoTi'dicila Ladies Hair Dress  ing I'-ilor in room I, Victoria block, Nelson, and is prepared lo fii'iii.h everything in Ihe way of hair gouds  and h.-iir Ionics.   Treat ment of lhe . .'.alp a specialty.  1 XiJij  PEOPLE  Who sell "Lily Cream," We do not  claim it is better than all other brands,  but only ask a fair trial to convince  you that it is the equal of any.  W  CLEARANCE SALE OF  %  #���  ���8  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  WATCH THIS SPACE AND CUR WINDOW FOR PRICES  vine & Co.  VICTOKIA, BLOC-S:,   _3_5_._S_:_i!__-   STREET,   OST-EILSOlSr,   IB- O  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  BEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  PIUST DOOR WKST BANK II. C. BUILDING.  FECIAL ATTENTION  Tho supply Is liiiiitod, so call oarly and examine this slock.  Have jn. t received a con. iennieiit of Harris homo  --    made tweed, from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  PBED J. SQIJIEE, Bakep St. Nelson  lO-Room House, ccntnilly located, !?2S00.  G-]looin Co-ldgo tmd 2 Lot- on C-irbontito  sU'ccl, $1400, easy tenm.  5'Rqorn  House on  Sfouiley street, $5100.  H  R, H. WILLIAMS,  j. L VAKSTORE,  Miiics and Mining Stocks Customs Broker  REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENTS'  FOE   SALE.  Twii lots with two-story liouse on Li-timer  strcot. near Joscphiiro , SISOO  ���Torni-:   ��12011 cash, balance on lnoi'tgaKC.  Sixty-acre mucin nine miles from city on lake  -horo  ..���.. $1-1).  One-lialC cash, balance on mortgage-  . .r_0-_-_-isr��_. .  f)ii loan cond-tions are tlie cheapest and best  pllei-rt. Yoii can repay at any time without  bonus.  ^_.d-__}-sra:s pob  British Columbia I'crn .aitcnt Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Saving- & Loon Co., Toronto.  I-t>TST_r_S-A-_CSrC_B  Fire, Lite, Accident, ana Sickness;  TRY  A  SAMPLE  CAN  Hudson's Bay  West Baker Street. -    Telephone 13,  aAiYlBL-_3 ��& O'REILLY. Agts  Baker Street West, Nelson,-B. C.  Lots for Sale  ��500 will purchase a choico residence corner, 100 by 120  foot.  ��2100 will purchase a central lot and residence.  ��100 will purchase two nice lols and shanty.  ��2000 will purchase two nice lots and cottage.  ��3000 will purchase four nice lots and residence.  Buy Fairmont shares for a rise.  50UO Utica at 2 cents.  Do You Want One?  Tf you want a stylM. pcrlcc.t tilting suit, made of the  be .t cloth ever imported to Nelson, leave your order  wilh inc.  Six hundred dollars worth of new goods now waiting your inspection.   1 guarantee satisfaction or no sale.  SUITS $25  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor, next Kootenay Collee Co.  . R. WRAY  Brick arjd Lime  Lime 70 Cei|ts per 100 pounds.  Will deliver iu ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At j.nd or on .cows at government wharf.  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Strcot.        T. G-. PROCTOR, Manager  We hare a fine assortment of woolens ahvays  oil hand* Goods niade tip at the shortest possible notice. A(j everything is kept and made  oil the premises, satisfacoion is assured,       o  6AKER STREET WEST, NEJ.S0JW  ALEX STEWART  Turner & Boeckh block, Nolson, B. C.  Charles  D.  J.  Christie  GENERAL  BROKER.  If you want a!ia.tiy, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and summer, 1 have over 500 dilfur-  enfc pattei'ns of Scotch and l-ngli_h tweeds,  which I will make to your order at the low  price of -... ., ��25  lllack Venetians .make a nice suit for summer wear at $Zl  Black serge suits in sack or morning coat..521  A heavy Scotch  tweed,  nice patterns for  business suit �� ........818  Trousers at equally low prices. Fit and finish  no better in Canada. Ladies' fine tailoring a  specialty,   Clement block, Baker street.  S-fceve-is, Tfje Tailor  E GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver, B. G.  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  I__TST_r_R-e-3SrO_--.  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS...'  TO LI.T���Several liouses of dillorcnt sizes.  FOR SALE���Real cs(_ite in all parts of tho city.  Boarding and day schcol for girls will re-open on the  lot h day of August. Vacancies for boarders. For terms  and prospectus apply to  MAUEMOISELLE ICEKN, Principal.  T _S _C_ -E _E? EC O _N" 33  136  During the, season we will deliver ico at private residences  and business houses daily in any  desired quantity at casonrablo  prices.  NEXT TG ROYAL HOTEL.  Will ho ready to open on Thursday, July 20lln  Bread delivered to anypartof the city, Cakes,  paltry,, and coii'fcotConory ji, specialty.  Stahlcy Street,  Georg'e  WILSON & HARSHAW  MINERS WANTED-  The Tangier' Mine, Limited, Albert Canyon, on the  main line of I lio ('..1\ li,, 22inilcs cast.of Kevelsloke, re-,  quires six good miners.   Wages $1.50 per day..  City Seaveiig'er and  Cliimiiey Sweep  Prompt attention given to all orders loft at M. DesBrisay Si Go's, Baker street, Nelson.  Strictly flrst-class. Kates, Si. per week and up.  MRS, WALTER B. MUIR  SPOKANE.  FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE AND EN SUITE'.  Hot and cold water, baths, electric light, elevator and  telephone. Housekeeping rooms. Thoroughly equipped  with exits and lire escapes. 5th flloor Marion block, corner III vOrside and Stevens streets.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders will be received by tho undersigned  (marked tender for Burns & Co..building) up to July 28,  IS!)!), at noon, for the erection of a brick block on I3akw  street.  Plans and specifications may be seen at tho architect's  ofllce.  A marked cheque amounting to 5 per cent of tho  amount of tonder nilist accompany each tender.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily acceptable.  ARTHUR li. HODGINS.  GOAT RIVER LUMBER GO.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All sizes of dimension timber and all kinds of lumber  out to order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots  Write for prices. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. 0.,  SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1899.  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,  $12,000,000  6,000,000  H-OI-I.   STRATHCONA AND   MT   ROYAL, President  lion. GI.O. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  I IS   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  3sr__-i_so_sr _3_s____cstobc  IW, W. Cop. Baker and Sr.a nicy Streets.  MHANCHKS IN  ICONDON  (Bng-la-id).   NEW  TOtlK,   CHICAGO  aiid in tho priii-i'ial citliw in Canada.  |Huy and sell Sterling  Kxchangfi ami  Cablo Transfers  I.KANT COMMKUCIAI. AND Tit-.'. KI.I.KKH' OJ-RI1IT-,  available in any part or t.lii; world.  I.1-AHT8 ISSUED    COLI-KOTIONH  MAIIK; KTO.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  [SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK ��� INTEREST PAID  COMPANY   MEETINGS.  I London and British . Columbia Gor.n-  I. J ELDS.  Tho first general (or statutory) meet-  ling of the London and British Columbia  (Gold fields, Limited, was held at -Cannon  [-tree, hotol yesterday, Oliver Wethercd  ^chairman of' fche company) presiding.  Tho secretary (E. II. Tasman) having  |read   the notice  convening  the meeting,  The chairman said, as they were aware,  ifc was a statutory meeting of the coin-  |pany and had been rendered necessary by  [the decision of tho directors in the begin-  |ning of the year to convert the deferred  -hares into ordinaries, and they therefore  Iliad to register anew- company, and the  {law demanded that the new company  [should hold a meeting with four months.  (As a rule, a chair-maii was unable to give  much information at a statutory meeting  but as this was practically a continuation  of tlieir old company he was able to give  them briefly a little information concerning their properties.  As they were- no doubt aware, their  managing director, Mr. Popkiss, leffc last  month for 'British Columbia, and h.e arrived there last Saturday. They, of  course, had not had time to receive the  written reports, but they had had two  cables from Mr. Popkiss, who gave them  .some  information, not from  his ownob-  ; witli'-lf ir.4t6,Vvj4 'yphel ivej-^iViee^-j^iw-il^oim;.!  /AWi-]iL<_^^  (tiogaf 'piiiy^^H'^-''^1^^^^"1'8^^1. '^lih fl  il^piin^'t1iolXuip%iaAih^,wa^ ,hdp,a���"pxpt&i-  |f lip'lt .kpitglit yprflpfy piiimixiOfpHl b.n-fc \vas.a:  l^iece of:;gra]iI-tmo^  [|cti: bjfiiie eiupic^efs ilM;t1i&.eiitproyect;  ���Eal'iTc.e^  Sihee tlie* ���fii'ftt"'^;^  rniad heexx golh'g  ohyPn,:iliexx"��'p,x;dpei;tie^y  mild:. 2soMik as.h^k*MJ \vljr^i|g^a-^e>^pperf  [Itlfe, "';i&��"P&i?M.&V^ IP"  fas ��tfi| bpuiiod-thift "b&fbfd Mngi-tie Sifxkp;  fitipidjl   collapse,    and   t]ie0   3l,mieo)vuei:��  I^Fpulcl not hav-3 to pfiy liipfe than $3,"'f-)i"-  \jijx, (eiglit-hox\rxhty-  TP" wa$ Miiotftxiutite'���  tctjiitt the strike.had occurred, it, .hacl',ffe-.  |iai\eckth(jm to soiile pextent.,yet lie thought  'Ml sharehpldefs woultl ?i;gree .that tliey  j!were bound to join with the���$.lifer owners :  i!in resisting.,  JEJe 'would deal  first of all with, the,  bWhiteAVat-r jnlue.    Those Of  the  share-  fholders who had received the reports of  piat mine  would: no  doubt be eoijside--  lyaly^dLisappointed^   Something like, 3000  Is i)ow prepared -to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on. District.  '���-cti'oiiiely good option for the London  iv, British Columbia Goldfields. They  had received ��55,000, of which they had  been nble (o give ��.10,000 to the shareholder.-* .'tlid the company had ��70,000.  What tho lirst,cost of that property was  he need not say, but lie might tell them  that taking that day's price of the shares,  the profit represented something like  ��150,000, which was their nominal capital.  They had a Ymir extension, wliich might  turn oiit as well as the Ymir itself.' They  ���had as yet done no work, howeA'er, and  his statement was therefore only an expression of opinion.  Coming to the Ruth mine, it had recently been visited by Mr.. Fowler, and  they were now expecting his report."  They were erecting a concentrator plant  there, and ifc would commence operations  about tlie middle or end of August. He  now came to a property about wliich they  had heard something���the Enterprise, of  wliich they held 43 per cent of the stock.  Both Mr. Fowler and Mr. Kendal believed  that the company had made an extremely  fortune purchase, and their interest ought  to represent a very large profit iudeed.  Ifc Avas a fully developed property, and  577 tons of ore shipped had realized  $38,500 ; there''were 125 tons still to ship.  This mine, in common Avith the Ymir aud  the Whitewater had been closed in consequence of the strike. Immediately the  strike Avas ovei- tiiey Avould develop the  property and proceed to the erection of a  concentrator. The strike was affecting  them in two ways.,. First of all, it stopped  the development of their mines, aud  secondly, it stopped the issue of the company. Everything aviis ready for the  launching of the,, company, ��� which, they  anticipated Avould result in a large profit to them, as Avell as to those avIio Avere  associated Avith them ; but iiivview of the  strike they deemed it wise not to make  any issue, and he thought in making this.  jClepisipn, .they had Liicfe-1^M#fe: .$i^<?^n;  '*       ��         "*    "        " '-trikie  large sum thecompauy had receiA-ed from  the West Australian Goldfields shareholders AA'ere no doubt anticipating an interim diA'idend.  After a few epiestion had been answered, a vote of thanks to the chairman closed the meeting.  I'bOns of ore   Jrad   be   concentrated   per  i'liouth, but tlie value of the silver from  --oncentrates had been -soniewl'iat. below  jjstiniates.   The principal reason Was that  |*5h'_' .concentrator  pl-iiit Avas not so perfect as it might be.    In saying tliis., he  cJid not  pass  any  censure on  tlieir en-  [l^ineei'S, foi'   eveiybody kneAV  that ore  Values could only be exactly determined  'oy exxieriment.   Although they'had poor  fee ports of Whitewater-that did not mean  Ultimate  loss, because he believed they  Iliad   sfcol/ed   the   u tailings,"   and   they  Iwoilld be  treated   later on.    Meantime,  ^tilie iilant Avas being attended   to, and  they Avere informed by cable that better  (���results might be expected ill the future,  Speaking for hhiiself, he had not lost confidence  in the Whitewater mine  for a  iiUioment.  The next property he had to refer to  |was the Ymir. Mr* Popkiss had expected a strong opiniou regarding this property. He told them that Mr. Fowler  had the greatest confidence in the future.  :Last month something like 2000 tous of  ore Avas crushed, and the result of this,  phis a certain amount of picked ore,  realized ��5000 ; but from this amount  certain expenses had to be deducted.  When the first returns from the Ymir  Avere to hand, some shareholders thought  that they had here a Ioav grade ore. In  the Ymir there Avas a vein of great width,  from II feet to 30 feet in some places of  rich ore and in others Ioav grade ore. The  low grade ore AA'as free milling and yielded a fine extraction. It Avould be madness to put this ore  and it Avas therefore  sent to the smelters,  the Ymir he might say that they liad received an intimation that the West  Australian Goldfields would exercise their  option.'- As things had turned out, that  was a very good option for them, and an  through the mills  put into bags and  In connection Avith  ," liacl:b"e,pit%g_)- -Tei'iie."--" *As,";SQjoh saS" ;__-_���/ EgipfV  :kis"s' retu"i.'"iY_dj -tliey would' ^aw'ht "to ilhp ���  "shal-ehoIderr_ eefpies of liis "repbftj "ahd-,  tliey ; Avould /theft; ���i'jead foi1" tlieinselves;  ^hat* 'he -'had., td'scfy., ��� Qij tlie"'pnre;vl!3uS  . Jnl.ght,2'they liael". geceiyed a -letter frpm,  }ljslA}'sc3���i,!.'',.City, Yiikpii., ��� Sitric&y Sppaki-|i|?j  ^tli^t?iette;r"%fa;^^--,t^  df'phe "Yuk.oi'i 'Gofdfiel'cls'i^out ��aa=^hey hail  ,��ueh" a laj-g- iiiteresl-yip ihdp "company  and Avere the paueuts. Of it, lie did not  tiiiiik'Iip Atas dc5iug Avrong if he idld t'heiii  "tluit that letter was extreinely satis^  faetjqry." Tlieli; old Bonanza claim, Avas  going to do better than they expected,  aiid the new* claims were far more satis-  f aQtory tjiaCii they coxild hope ioxU The  prospects were *.'ery bright, and as, they  held 90 pei' cent of the founders' shares  of Yukon GoldfieidSi as well as some  huiidiveds of tlie ordinary shiil'es, they  could look for a fiiie return in this iii*vest-  -nient ^iIe_might,Jie_:thougiit,_anticipat-ei:  Tun Queen Bhss Propriictory. "  The report of the directors of the Queen  Bess Proprietary Company, Ltd., for  tho  period   from   22nd  September,   1897,   to  31st March last, to  be presented  at  the  meeting  to be  held in  London ou  13th  inst.,  states  that a net profit has been  earned of ��7548, from which has already  been  paid   an   interim  dividend  of  (id.  per share, absorbing  ��2500, and leaving  an available  balance of ��7048.    This the  directors recommend should be appropriated as follows :���In payment of a further  dividend of (id. per share, ��2500 ; in Avriting  oil*   one-third  of the total  amount  spent on development .vork.at the  mine,  ��272S; in  payment  to the  directors of 5  per  cent on the dividends paid (��5000),  ��250; iu payment to  the late  managing  director  under  the  terms  of his --agreement Avith the company of 1 per cent on  the dividends paid, ��50 ; and  carry for-  Avard to next account ��1520�����7048.   The  directors think that  the  result is  satisfactory, especially Avhen the fact is taken  into  consideration   that until   the  past  Avinter no regular 'ship*a��ents of ore Avere  made as, acting under the advice of  the  engineer in  charge, the energies  of the  management were till then largely directed to the opening up and development of  the mine.    At 31st March last a total  of  over  3500  feet of tunnelling had   beeu  completed besides a large amount of Avork  done in putting in the necessary uprises  and Avinzes to connect the A'arious  levels.  Ore Avas being stoped in each of the five  leA'els, and to give some idea of the capacity of  the mine  it may be  mentioned  that the ore   shipped   in   the month  of  March, 18.99, aviis 703  tons.    The  output  for the period  under reA'ieAV averaged a  gross value of ��14 per ton, the average  FULL LINE OF  y?yy,"*y  ���V"  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Sp d�� _ dd V Xfr'XJLLyA.\yj W;^na /Pga^ ��nnauu,nJ!nunu **  -.Msi(iB;<"B.iniS'h'-��-f="��>"'  .-������ .-"-Flooring-v"':-;�� 2yd-  .-?*��� *:i^i^Kfa-lcb:^x'"-v  some incpiiriiig sharehol'ders oil the ques  tion of interim diA'idends by stating thtit  the matter had had due consideration at  the hands of the ^directors, and he did  not think that it Avould be A'ery long before aii interim dividend ivas declared.  He thought the shareholders would see  the wisdom- of the course the directors  proposed faking' in Wtvitiiig to heAr Mi?;  Popkiss on the opportunities the strike  had opened of advantageous buy ing before  they used their money for other purposes  though at tlie stline time, in  A'iew of tlie  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF J>YT1II_\S���N'ol'soii   Loilgfi,  No,  25,  JCniftlitiS of pythias, incota in I, O, O. F.I_all,obrriGr  Baker and Kootenay stroOts, ��very 'I'UCnflay ovoning at  8 o'clock.   Vji-itiiilr JCnighta cordially invited to attend.  T. L1U-1K, O. O. It. G_> JQY, K. of R. & S.  NELSON LOPGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. ateots  _ccond Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS. ]  EWART & CARRIE���ArchitecL..   Rooms 7 and, 8 Aberdeen block, Baker street, Nelson.  FH. HARPER, musical director, leader Nolson Or-  ���   cliostra.   Jlusicians furnished for all occasions on  short notico.   Telephone G2.  " MISCELLANEOUS. ~  'ANTED.���Two or throe rooms for liftlit housekeeping.   No children.   T>. O. Box (J5C, Nolson.  ���/.    -    ���''i|^wel:^|?0S.|fii;*-'   ���'���    ���;  /Stogie^ .  .������������  .....   ..^.jpj.  ..  =.  Dress^S 3_.yMt.ei'  '   ' . of' <ill-��K;iiij3s.  If what, yon want is not, in stock \vo will niakou it foryou-  OALI- ASfi GET PRICES. ���     ,  R      f _��  HAI_L AN0 I.AICE STREETS, ^ELSQJ.  CHARi-ES THWA'ERj      ii-VRRy HOUSTON,  rKKSlflENT SEC'KE-'A'I-Y  Xjinvcia-E-O.  W  W  ANTED-Bell boy at Phair hotel.  WANTED ���Two waitrei-scs at once.   Wages  ?25  , Kaslo hotel, Kaslo.  WANTED���A gi i'l for general housework.    Apply to  Mrs. (Dr.) Forin, Silica Street.  O  RENT���A furnished room convenient   to Baker  Street.   Apply Postoilice box !>2, Nelson, B. C.  T  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT AI-I- HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  .     .     ONLY, WHITE HELP EMPLOYED,  ���R.      __r"-X_S3-l"3rj     PEOPBIBTOE  .MANUJ. ACTUJ-I-RS OF AND  DKALKKS IN  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts a.nd Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  V.ACTOK.V WORK DOS'I- 1'ft -Olli'-Kit,  aijon as  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  rN stock  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on Government wharf,  Factory and office, corner Hall Strcot and C.P.R. track  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A large stock of first-class dry material on hand, also  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 01 Jolll!    RaG,   AgBIlt  cost of mining, sorting hauling, Sec, was  ��3 tie. Sd. per ton, and tlie average cost  of freight, treatment aud duty was ��(i 0_.  9d., making together ��0 10s. ad., and  leaving a profit per ton of ��-1 1 Is. lie-  cent returns from tlie. mine show that  considerable reductions have been made  iii tlie cost per ton of mining, aud also in  the freight and treatment charges.  Further economies are also being effected  in the general administration of the company's affsurs. The total amount spent  on development to 31st March hist  amounts to ��S183, and notwithstanding  the fact that this development has opened out large bodies oE ore ready for stoping, tho directors have though- it wise to  write off one third of the total amount  expended against the proceeds of fche ore  already mined. Two of the, directors���  Messrs. John Visgcr Miller and Charles  Kingsley Milbourne���have resigned their  seats on the board, and Messrs. Robert  Bruce Archibald and Charles Sinclair  Drum mond have been duly appointed  directors of the company to fill the vacancies so created. C. K. Milbourne" has  also resigned his position as managing  director in British Columbia, and captain  T. J. Duncan of Nelson has been appointed generitl manager in British-Columbia/  The shareholders will be asked to confirm  the allotment to Mr. Charles Kingsley  Milbourne of 1500 fully-paid shares as  nominee of the Dominion Mining, Development and Agency Coinpany,Liniited.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  P. Burns ct Co.  WHOLESALI-   AJ.D   IlETAIL  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at ffeison, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL   STORES  AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand  Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  promptly forwarded \\b2l6 Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  A. F. Tero, Toronto  It. Moehin, .Moyie  T-r. F. Par melee  H.    S.    TowiiscihI,  Haven, Conn  C. Goul-Oii, Hosslaud  J. Carlcy.-MacI-GO-l  It. Wilson, Creston  HUME.  J. A' Tcportere, Vancouver  W. J. Tnafl'c,, Winnipeg  O. Parker. Uosslmul  Now.  D. K. Malleson, Toronto  H. L. Turner. New York  M ADDEN.  G. Gormloy, Slocan  M. Duschnay, Sandon  J. Mackio, llovelstoke  SILVJ-U KING.  C. K. Taylor, Ymir  H. H. AVilliams, Donald  J. Cam low, Athabasca  O. Hicks, Athabasca ^  W. F. Glasson, Ymir    '  J. McAdains, Poorman  Mrs. J. Johnson, Slocan  PHAII-.  A. E. Taylor, Rossland  It. F. Mytton, Rossland  G. R. Hamilton, Rossland  G. I- undee, Rossland  .1. L. Rotallack, Spokane  F. G. Atkey, England  J. Ii. Montgomery, Kaslo  J. A. McDonell, ICaslo  Mrs. Sol win and daughter,  Spokane  W. H. Zinklcr, Spokane  J. H. Prontice, New York  10. F. Irwin, Now York  W. R. Mclnnes, Winnipeg  QUEEN'S.  W. It. McLean, Rossland  C. Bart, Erie  J. A. McLean, Vancouver  BaKer street, Nelson E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd,  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  All communications relating to  British  Columbia  business to be addressed  to P.JO. Drawer  505, Nelson, British Columbia  F. McLeod, Yniiro  J. Waller, Robson  W. Andrews, Vancouver  J. MePluiil, Bonnington  TREMONT.  C. Cameron, Granite Creek I J. II. McPhersou, Poorman  It. Patton, Rossland IN. Matlieson, Poorman  GRAND CENTRAL.  A. Kiiskeiibach, Spokane     I C. M; McDonald, Robson  J. L. Kane, Erie | J. McPhersou, Robson  ^f*M*_oj-_yii��  -��~x.L"A *;��'�� ���<*���"������_, _. ������������. Aii -"--"��'j.��'s-_SSj_-_*". ���n-.-ll.,,ffi  . 'EROEEIETOR^  Heaafluarteiji'fop^  J. RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager)   m,-.   _>/-ni_i     ii   _^_  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer rlNtLoOlN,   B. U.  Large Consignment Received of  STRIPED CANVAS  IN ALL COLORS  Suitable for House Curtains and Awnings.._ Orders filled Promptly.  '""' ,,lifti|fe;i/IADSO-N -. . ..  ��j��fCfl��il^ NELSONi,  ^ins:B__sf;bkAn^s Of*  j'B." "H��. -H/'APPLE WH AITB  J. McPHBB  AiAVAVS -ON -PAN D'���  One  iiotels In Ne^liiQii,  BA?C"ER SfltlOEy, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  =Li:ghted=by=El eetr^iei ty=  Largo  comfortable hedrobms and  Ilr.st-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men,  _R,_a_'__,ES   ��2   _?__!__?.   3DvS_.Tr  rs.  E. 0,   GL^BICE, Prop.  Late of the Ro.al Hotel, CfilBili-y,  psSily and Cons-ruetiofl Oo.  E5iip?ri?3S supplies      -     . ��� :>;  .Co-aplete^El'^ctpi^Ba^ K.O'&or Transmission and I_ig:_iting for Mines, Towns  ��bBLlectrlc fflit4?es/^*o^PS;S"BSpa, Telephones, Annunciator's, Etc.  ,p$gyp"a-x($3$i.  Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.   ;  '-S'lES^'.ap^H^JHF-  ��� ��� ���  ROYAL SEAL' AND  *  KOOTENAY BELLE'  CIGARS ;  UNION   MADE  Always; Fresh  Always    Cool  THE BEST GLASS OJP BEEE JN NELSON IS  At THE  \\. 0. HUME, Manager.  The finest hotel in the interior.  Largo sample roortis.   Steam heat and olcetrio light.  CORNER OF WARD AND VKRNON STS., NKLSON  BAKER AND WARD STRKKTS, NELSON  The, only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  management since 1890.  Tho hod-rooms  arc  well furnished  and   lighted by  electricity.  Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootonay.  The bar is always stocked by tho best domestic and  imported liquors and Cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot, ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL.   VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Kroe bus meets all trains  Hourly street car lo station  Revelstoke, B. 0.  Niglit- Grill Koomin connection, for the convenience'of  guests nrriving and departing by nigh-"train*.-  SSSS"       E, J- d'HM. Prop.  R. REISTERER & CO.  __i..I_\VKRS AM- HOTTI-EHS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Kootenay Cigar Manfg. Co.  N'eli-oii, Uritish Cohinibia.  H. D. Ashcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon rep.'iiiinj. promptly attended to by a flrst-clnss  wlu'clwright.  Hpccia! illii'ii!son given fo all kiails of repairing and  cu'-l-ini '.voiK from ouUido pnint'*.  Sfiop:   -[all Street, lietweei)  Bakor and Verno.rii Melson  Promiit and regular  ,       Brewery at Nelson.  deiivory to the trade.  FOR STYLISH MILLIMRY  arid Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  Mrs.    E.   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINE STREICT. NKLSON  Nelson Iron Works  MA.NUKACl'b'l-KI-S OK  BNG-INES, BOILERS, SHAFTING. IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs '-'promptly attended to.      P. O. Box 173.  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENTS FOI.  The Imperial Oil Co.    Star|dard Oil Co.  Washington Brick an.d Lirqe Co.  The H. W. lYJcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Aqtrjra-  cite Goal (Hard)  Dealers ir)  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co,  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles    St.   Barbe,    Agent.  boats! boatsTboats:  KQI- SALK OR HIRK  W. J. A-STL-iaSY & co.  lloats built to order, Kcpi-tricik and UttinR a specialty. Sails made and riKKod. ViSiing twls and tncklo  niondcd.   At GovcrnmenC wharf, Nolson. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, E. C,  SUNDAY, JULY .2.1,  1899.  RPOSES  Prom and after August 1st we expect to be prepared  to sell wines, whiskies, and brandies, in small or. large  quantities, for medicinal or other purposes. Orders need  not be accompanied by a physician's prescription.  The largest drug house in Kootenay.      Corner of Baker and Josephine street1-, Nel. on.  Summer  Suits  Just a few left of these nice crash suits  Just the thing for this hot weather  Come and get fitted out and do not suffer  with the heat  We also have a nice line of crash hats which  we are selling at very low prices  J. A. Gilker  The Furnisher  Remember the Name  EMPORIUM  Jt-, will be to yotir, advjintago to;see our large  find compl-ic stock of. I_ dots - and' Shoes.'.."Wc  carry   the ��� following.lines:    3.  &.,T. Boll, J.  102 King  & "Co.", Nor tli Star Slioe Co.", Foots,  Seliultz '_<.- Co., Stratford .Shoo Co.-, Ames, Hoi-,  'den: ifc Co., and other leading makers.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  2G AND 28 WEST BAKKK STHKET, TSISLSON  $Z ���-. Kg ��� = -   si: &i  1     i._D_ _MZ^^_._RT_EEr*0"JR   &��� CO. 1 1  i s ss  "    ��  ______ i t.  i   8  JUST ARRIVED  d  ._  -ss  m   An Entire Gar of  St  m,  ���m  m  Springs  From George Gale & Son  &-  A I   A I_arge Bhiprnent of  m  -��  S8  From The Gendron Mnfg. Oo.   |  j     IXX    DyC^A__H,T_E3:XJJR   &   CO, ��     I  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Making Good Progress.  li. .Peters, of Mc'Beath ��fc Peters, is in  from tlie Hume at the Siimmit. Six men  laid 100 feet yesterday, and Mr. Peters  says the eity avi 11 have a good job when  it is finished, lie also says, speaking* as  a property owner in Nelson, that the  eity made a good move when it acquired  water rights from the two creeks beyond  the Summit.  NELSON.  Owing to the unavoidable postponement  of the fraternal society moonlight excursion and the fact that the ladies of the  Methodist church have announced a similar excursion for this week, tho lathes  aid of the 1'resbyterian church have'decided to postpone their'excursion until  some time in August. Due announcement of tlie date will be given  later on.  Fred Irvine ifc Co. havo decided to close  out their stock of boots and shoes. Their  bargains for the next two weeks "will  astonish those in need of footwear.  The marble from the quarry opposite  Kaslo looks well in a building, and it  might not be out of place to suggest that  ifc be used in the new government buildings at Nelsoii and Rossland.  ������ The first meeting of the newly formed  presbytery of Kootenay, including east  and --.vest lvootenay and south Yale, will  be held at Rossland next week. Tlie  opening sermon will be preached by Rev.  R. Frew on Tuesday forenoon.  "Billy" Perdue is billed to arrive in  Nelson on Tuesday. This will be his lirst  appearance in Nelson since he left to take  charge of the shipment of beef which P.  Burns ifc Co. endeavored to land in Dawson City witli partial success.  Sam Neelands, Albert Gerrard and II.  McVean returned ou tlie Moyie Friday  night after spending a couple of days  fishing in the lake opposite Sanca.   Their  M. DesBrisay &  Co's  CAMPERS', EXCURSIONISTS',  AND PIC-NICERS' LIST  string of 150 trout testified to rather  good sport. Mosquitoes were rather  annoying and Sam Neelands says that  anyone is unduly reckless who faces them  without a baseball mask.  F. C. Green returned yesterday from  Ten-mile creek, on Slocan lake near the  I'-iiferprise mine, whore he has been engaged for tho past three weeks surveying  a timber limit on which the Beer brothers  of Nelson have a twenty years lease.  The laying of the sewer mains at present authorized by the city council will  ensure a busy season to the plumbers of  Nelson in the making of private connections. Those who desire to have (heir  work done so that the.v can connect with  the sewers as soon as tliey are laid should  have the house plumbing done at once, as  the local plumbers an*ill have more than  they can handle when the city's portion  of the work is completed.  Mayor Neelands and Dr. 3. A. Armstrong were away yesterday looking up  horses for the city's scavenger service.  Business is- so good in Nelson at present  that horses are held higher here than at  any other point in the district.  Alderman Moore of Kaslo was in Nelson yesterday. He reports his town in  A'ery good condition, owing in great part  to raihvay construction in tiie Lardo. He  is of opinion tliat the Sloean mines "will  be in operation by the middle of August.  There are few idle miners in lvaslo, so  feAV that demands iioav made for men  cannot be filled.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  PRESERVE THIS LIST AND ORDER FROM IT  PHONE 8        BOX 98  A grand moonlight excursion, under  the auspices of tlie committee of Kiateniity hall, will be  given on Monday, July 21th, 1SIK1. The strainer Moyie  will leave tiie city wharf at S'.'iO p.m. and return about 10  p.m., and again leave at 10:,'I0 p.m. and return al, 1:110n.m.  A iniigniflconc dauc'ng floor will be provided upon lhe  .scow which, will accompany the excursion stenmer. Secure tickets early from tilt-Thomson Stationery Co. and  Mills & Lott, ns only a limited number will be issued.  Tickets ��1 each.  CD  OO  CO  Anchovies'  Anchovy Paste  Catsup of all kinds  McLaren's Cheese  Condensed Coffee  Condensed Milk .  .  Condensed Cream .  Devilled ..Ham ...   -;  Devilled Chicken  =     ."-;-=  ���  Devilled Turkey '���''('  Devilled Crabs ' '"      '  Devilled Tongue   ,  Devilled-Beef  Finnan Haddie  Honey in Bottles  Ham in Tins  Irish Stew  dams and Jellies of all kinds  Lime Juice  Lunch Tongue  Lamb's Tongue  Lobster  Marmalade  Macaroni and Cheese  Olives  Pig's Feet  Roast Beef  Corned Beef  Relish  '    oil  mustard  eo  CO  in  in  Sardines  Sardines  Salmon  Trout in tins  Truffes  Herring in -.dm sauce;  -Jdj&rrjngJ:n=_a n eh o.vy_=sa;uce  Herring a la sardine  Kippered Herring  Boned Chicken  Boned Turkey  Boned Duck  Potted Ham  Potted Turkey  Potted Tongue  Potted Rabbit  Potted Bloater  Potted Beef  Potted Wild Duck  Preserved Bloater  Pork and Beans  Russian Caviar  French Mustard, etc., etc.  Diamond Prices  Are Climbing U j_k  but; have not reached  top notch yet  :  -'Diamonds have advancod about .'33 pur  cent in price" nine.- last fall, and imother  advance -is expected next month wi-h tlie  liinit not yet iu siglit. You cannot go asbriiy  hy huy ing on "si vising market, -is your-goods  will lie worth more tomorrow th.ui they are  L today, iind tho diU'crence in price will bo a  clear gain to you. Aw f made-large purchases before tlie"advance, wc are in a position  ancl Avilling to give.our customers the benefit  of the advantageous terms on which J purchased of di-1'en.nt value, all kinds of .Diamonds, Kubics, Eineraids, Oliveens and Pearls.  Being direct and large importers, with tho  best facilities for buying right in eastern  markets, we are in a position to ofl'cr a choice  selection of stones, cither louse or mounted, at  right prices. "Would h not be to your advantage tp Mi tic. pate your Av-ants rather than pay  a little more,  !5Jh$__jleMl&K  Attention to Fine Watfeh fjepairs.  Wr_ employ tlie vOiy be-5t wiitelmiakers, and  orders by mail or express Will,' receive .prompt  attention. JACOB DOVISH. *  FOR SALE  l-ttStN-SSS AN_> ItESlLDKNTIAL  l-.QPKll'rY  Ginger  Beep  $0 by 12t), llaker rila-ddt. between j oscpliino and  -V'.irfl st'i'ccf.s ,,,...,  , ,.,.., .... $S0O0  50 by fS6, -...fcfcr stvqc., between Josephine and Hall  Strcots �� ,, .... .,_'.���_ sluOO.  pa by 120; __i-l-ci; _ttcetT between Josephine Aiid Hall  '. treets'icorner ,.. ,,,..,���...............  25 by 12Q with improvon'on tfj, tfo'uth. .-Itlo of Vernon  street. ,.��  ,,....,,,.. ... 5000  SO by 1_() with iinp-Qvcme.it-', south Bide of Vornon  street*....  . , ...... 0000  2 lots nnd lai'Kfl house bcautiftilly furnislicrt (snap)..  1000  2j lots with eott-iKOI'entetl at $15perinSnth, Vibtorit-  ..tro-fc .. -   , '...:   3500  11 tit With cottage rcntci. at ��15 pel' month, Victoria  street���   ,....  25001  2 lots With cottage rontetl at ��20 per month, Stanley  street   <. 8000  G lots in block ill), all cleared and fenced in  2500  = f  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  J.  AGl-NTS FOE  J. TAYLOR'S SAFES  Grove  Hotel  Beer  Garden  NEAR FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT  isTEXiSOisr  THE   FINEST   PLEASURE   RESORT. IN   KOOTENAY  S���    Thorpe & Co.,  MM IT I. n.  KOOTENAY  COFFEE GO.  COiM-l-I-    1.0ASTK_.S   AND    DKALKKS    IN   TKA  AND   GOFFJ-I-.  Offer fresh roasted coirec of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Maeha, per pound ��   10  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds..   1 00  Fine Santos, 4 pounds   1 00  Santos llloiul, 5 pounds :   1 110  Our Special Blend, 0 pounds  ,  I 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds....    1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesroom. 2 Doors  East  of   Oddfellows   Block,,   West  Baker Stseet  NELSON, B. Cyyy"-'  -VsT_^_.__RID BIROS.  Real Jtta-atc and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  TROPICAL FflUIT DEPOT  Corner Bakor and Ward Streets.  VViilcrmolons, Pino Apples, and all other Fruits  in season received daily.  Hazlewood Ice Cream    -  Ice Cream Soda and  Milk Shakes and Buttermilk  Sweet Cream received Tuesdays and Fridays  Leave your orders.   Prompt delivery  DEALERS  IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal j  Pipes, and Fittings  G-iant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  Refrigerators  PRICES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrence Hardware Co.  _sr__3__,soisr, jb. c.  You cannot be too particular  ;   aboutxwhat you eat  Kirkpatrick c�� Wilson  'are noted for keeping wholesome]  groceries and provisions  FRUIT JARS!    FRUIT JARS  Direct  ftOiii, the manufacturer in pints, quarts, and  half g-iHons.  Lake ofthe Woods Flour in stock.  A. IRVING & COMPANY  1-aker Street West, Nelson, P. C,  an  FLTTIMIBEiRS-  ETC.  0_?_a3__l___  HOtrSB   33X-OG___  one 93  FOR ICE GREAM  AND  FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  E  Come in and try our Ice Cream Soda and  Refreshing Drinks.  Next Poor to  1'. Hums & Co.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOGK  FOE _e_E_N"_T  MILLS & LOTT  Agcnl_. fo   Haj-lowood Ice Cream.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  AP--.V,  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At olllce of tlio Duncan Milieu, Limilccl.  $3000  j   "20kCA ww!' "Car JoSC1,,)i"c Strco1" M by  $T tinn  I   Humo Ailrlition. neat, cottage, flno garden,  1Ou,J  I   lawn, shade trees, water piiie to ground-,  lot GO liy 1-0, also 15 by 120 to rear street.  $"t��0   I  Ijil,'*m01' ^Ircet, choice corner lot 100 by 12(1  APPLY TO OWNEII  T. a. PROCTOR  _B-___.__C_-I_=-   STD-irEI-E-r  "W_ __?_ _Ro_Bi3srsoisr  (Rx-Slioriir of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of inorchandiso.  Ppstoilice Box 572   - Nelson, B, C.  ' .-�� iSrS,SSafc'SS*vms����<B  1  i:a_^i.S-��!ife.Sa;''''-


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