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 I  MANY DISQUIETING TELEGRAMS  Regarding Affairs in the Transvaal.  London, August 11.���The Boot' organs  in London, tlio Standard and Digger's  News, today publish a Johannesburg  dispatch threatening Great Britain in the  event of war, saying that the Boers arc  determined to wreck tlio mines and ruin  the general body of the shareholders by  blowing ii]) millions worth of niaehiiiery,  adding that war will mean absolute ruin  to .Johannesburg, both as a town and a  mining centre, and saying: While it  -will doubtless end in victory for England  the price of that victory will bo tlie ruin  of tlie thousands who ought to consider  the price they must pay before authorizing'the government to declare war.  Another Johannesburg despatch, however, iirediets further eon cessions and  says: "The reply of tho Transvaal to the  propositi for a joint inquiry is being delayed until the government has prepared  a scheme granting the Uitlanders immediate and substantial representation, as  tho Transvaal will make every cITorfc to  avert any. interference in tho internal  affair's of the country."  A despatch .from, Lorenzo Marquoz,  Delagoa Bay, dated August 1 lth, says  the East African line .steamer Reichstag  has arrived from Hamburg, Naples and  Mombassa with four hundred eases of  cartridges and-other Avar stores for the  Transvaal.  Bo.aiisav, August 11.���Preparations are  ab tut completed fertile despatch of .12,-  000 troops to South Africa. A number  of transports are in readiness in Indian  Avaters, and in the event of war will bo  :.embarked simultaneously hero, at Ivara-  ehee and Calcutta.  London, August 11.���A special despatch from Johannesburg says a meeting of 'Canadians there' passed resolutions  expressing satisfaction and gratitude to  the Canadian-government for its resolution of .sympathy, and the announcement  that if necessary practical aid will be  furnished to the imperial government in  behalf of the .Uitlanders. The German  and French consuls say they-will protest  to their respective governments if their  subjects are called on for compulsory  service or forced to pay their taxes.  SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  truth there av.-is in rumors of a contemplated consolidation by the company  with other transportation companies.  President Clark's reply Avas that there  was nob a. grain of truth iu the reports.  President 'Puttie of the-Boston & .Maine  road also added his denial of the truthfulness of the rumors that his road was to  be combined Avith that of the New York,  New Haven & Hartford, the Canadian  Pacific or the New York Central.  Fatal Accident Near Nanaimo.  Nanalmo,  August 11.��� Mrs. A. Galloway, whilst driving out to the Alexandra,  mine to visit her   husband,   met  Avith a,  fatal accident.    The   harness   broke and  THE DISTRIOTJND THE TOWNS  Got Short Terms at Hard Labor.  Albert O. Moores, committed for trial  by police magistrate Carney at Kaslo for  escaping from the lockup while undergoing punishment for petty theft, and  Annie 'Woods, similarly committed by a  justice of the peace at. Lardo for Cutting "Red" McLcod, avoi-o yesterday  brought before judge Forin and elected  to be tried summarily. Upon being arraigned Moores pleaded guilty, and after  a forcible statement of the favoring circumstances in his behalf by li. M. Macdonald, Avho appeared for. him, was sentenced by the judge to one month's imprisonment in jail with hard labor. Annie Woods fared somewhat worse.  She, too, elected to bo tried  speedily,        and Avhen arraigned  pleaded not guilty. P. 13. Wilson appeared on behalf of the crown, and the  prisoner, was defended by S. S. Taylor.  McLeod's e.A'idence was very positive and  bore strongly against the accused. He  swore that it was the woman Woods who  stabbed him, .and described the blade of  the knife with which it Avas done. Dr.  Hartin of Kaslo described the nature of  the wound and Iioav it was probably inflicted. The prisoner gave evidence on  her own behalf and swore positively that  she did not have a knife, and did no stabbing. Mr. Taylor on behalf of his client  made :i very cogent argument, and  pointed out Avibh. considerable force,  the 'inconsistencies.: of the "testimony-,-.., for       the-      prosecution.      He  f-ihgs:tltef}jidg^"\$^^  DATES FOR LACROSSE MATCHES  At the Coast are Fixed.  (Speciiil to tlie Tribune.  Victoima, August 11.-- The Nelson  boys play the lii-stof their series of Coast  games tomorrow at Vancouver, and no  small degree of interest is being shown  by the three towns to be played in. The  opinion on the Coast is that the boys  from Nelson Avill not have much chance,  but Nelson's representatives have nothing to say.  It has been arranged that the game  Avith Victoria. Avill be played on Tuesday.  On Thursday Nelson #Avill play at Nanaimo, and on the folloAving Saturday  the champions of the Coast league will  be nict nt Now Westminster.  Although no announcement has yet  been made Avith respect to the date for  holding the bye-election in New -Westminster, it is generally understood that  the voting Avill take place on the '24th  instant. Although there is no prospect  for success for the opposition candidate  it is safe to say that the opposition  managers will force a contest for ,-tppear-  a-icc sake if nothing else. Abtorney-gi nc -  al Henderson ha.sovciyconfidonoeand the  only speculation turns upon his majority.  P";...-  ..*  ?-tfenfe"^TJiVbuggy AArftS^t^lly ^elnohVh.cil:  >|fff   t'lj-b' Itoiesria "filled,; .PJ'&: frafl'oAva.y '  i|i|| ��� ������  . .   . .  V^va��, J:i��t/y-$iye���yeaiii -of .age* aiul^aii-'.old  ��� j-esjdetVb.Qf tins ei'by^���.lj/���wi)i;gr lived -here  fhfi onv;e(rforty y/ears^ slonviUig.Sb -faintly of  -.'(Si'gJVt children, font- boys;.u;.id four "'girl's.  j^-bro fiber .of the deceased is inaiutgei; of  *the^lc-xaod;ro.'utlnje.'" .*    " '"��� .  .  A "Gigantic ��learing' .H.buse."  QiiiOAfiio,   An,gnsb   iii.--^Xfhe    RVening,  Post  says  today   that a,  grant  clearing  ��� .ljoutfe .toascertain the cr,edib of mer-  ohajvts aire! business e^fijibli'slinicllts all  .over the country for the beijefib' of tlie  ibanks of.tlio Iliute^Statos^tfncl to ensure  ���Sjn'iforni' laws govoftiing' tlio Soiledtloh.  e'l-ia.i'geSj.arp'atjliieVftTirents for AVliieli tlio  leading bankers of tills .city nili;d the east  Avill Work :at the convention of t'llcAali-eri- ,  din Bankers'-Association bo be held at  Cleveland September 5, (> arid 7, The,  movement was sijiggestJ!tl^-by_j^cji*fcion=  "Tsf"tlJ5=Ne^FTT)TlrtleWih^liWstr~iti niak-  'ing charges for the collection of cheeks  against accounts in country banks.  All are Kootenay Men.  The Ncav Westminster Columbian says:  "There is nothing do/initoly arranged yet  regarding the date when the Nelson lacrosse team Avill play in this city.and  bhe matter may not be finally settled until their arrival at the coast in order to  plity the ilrst match Avith Vancouver, on  Saturday next. A gentleman who has  just returned from a trip to the interior,  says the Nelson team is made up Largely  of members of Winnipeg, .Shamrock, and  other eastern clubs, and are a pretty  strong organization. They have, moreover, about eighteen players to select  from, and those avIio don't play will be  busy looking for faArorable opportunities  for wagers." The Columbian is wrong.  'The-members of the Nelson  team  are all  Hi^idftub^f^  *oa.l .AVi'th,  fyXyivimikh�� "iiitlje pni;Q*vlncjaI  haUl.'litbuft ���������,'"������     '��� ' ; . .-*.���'  Patronize ifbnio Industry.; "���  If NofeO.n is te.bea place of importance,  ��� the wen Wli/S&rt)" httpMIng np lijdiiSti/ies  sli/)t-i]d; ha,Vo a, chalice. 'It is ijob.efi-  'Con^I)fig���i;n;g^fo>���J5Ufslillhel���l to linye'tlro city  scjudaway foe articles' that are made in the  city. Tin-) Ti,Mi;ittN|3 Is informed that the  city has sent to tlie Coast for a sot of  harness for the "hook and. ladder truck  team WJh.su "the.harness could Ji.aVe been  procured f f-oln ft, local maker. Prttro-iitee  .honid indiisti'^ '  A Sawmill Trust in Qperation.  Tlio three   saw mills at   Greenwood,,  owned  by 'l^islidf & Blue, W* T. .Fletcher and Iv. T. Tilbiiitn, have- been   pooled..  All  orders are now received at, one Office.  and equally  divided between   tho  th.ree  'firms..   ,'0ii_J.y:.-O.-cdei-'3-{-iCcoiiTpa.n.LacLb.\^eag.lt==  "A Successful Strike.  W,  ��1!  *i Storms of Kail aiid Eain.  Fmrous Falls, Minnesota, August tl.  ���A hailstorm passed through a. strip  of country four miles south of herp. last  nights Two-thirds of tlio grain had beeii  cut* -but that still standing avms riiined.  The hail was accompanied; by a violent  Avind, Avhicli blew down many barns and  ���outbuildings.  PmsskaihIj. Michigan August 1L���-A  fierce wind ;\nd rainstorm last night tore  the roof from tins electric light plant, destroyed several business houses and  .moved twenty buildings and the opera  house from their' f'oundiitions. Tlio niines  are all shut down for want of light.  Baseball Gaines Yesterday.  Rochester *>, Montreal 1,  Syracuse 7, Toronto 1,2.  Hartford 9, Worcester o;  Springfield 9, '.Providence 5.  Providence 1. Springfield 0.  Indianapolis 2, Buffalo 2.  Kansas City 5, St. Paul 4.  Louisville 0. Brooklyn 1.  Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia 0.  More Boer Trickery.  London, August 12.���The CapctoAvn  correspondent of the -.Daily Mail says: I  learn from a prominent ex-reformer tliat  the Transvaal government has prepared  Avarrants for the arrest of prominent reformers, Avhenever the condition. . of  affairs at Johannesburg provides an excuse.. The Uitlanders will bo held as hostages the moment trouble arises.  Eumor Further Denied.  Boston,   August   11.���President Chirk  -of  the  New,York, New ...HaA-eii &. Hart-.  I'oi-d railroad was asked today how 'much  in   Nelson   on  Ho Avill, play  iu   the cricket  are accepted under the new regime.  NELSON.  T. S. Ma;rsha;ll, 'managing, director of  Morrison & Marshall, nnanei'sl-l agents,  Winchester House, London, ISuglaud,  James Mitchell, banker and coal mer1-  chanb, Glasgow, Scotland', and IS. *C. Hand  of Vancouver, arrived in Nelson last  night. Mr. Marshall has heard a great  deal about the possibilities of Kootenay  aud has come out to in vesljgate for hihi-"  self: as to the chances fot' Investment.  Tlie pal-fey Will spend the next two \veeks  looking at pi'operbies in the vicinity of  Nelson.  " Father Pat" arrived  yesterday evening's train,  with the Bossland team  match today.  The iirs't train oa'ci: the neAv line from  Cascade City arrived at .liobson yesfcei-  day evening in time to connect Avith the  0. P. ii. train to Nelson.  Frit/. Cirkcl, M. K., came into town last,  night from Republic.  Many men liave painted the town red  in the last ten years, but only one, so far,  has succeeded in giving this eminently  respectable family paper a red glow.  Mike Skane, a miner, died at the Kootenay Lake general hospital yesterday of  typhoid.fever, and Avill be buried today  at 10 o'clock.   Another Lynching.  NASHViLnrc, Tennessee,. August 11.���  Will Chambers, colored, arrested on a  charge of assaulting a fourteen-year old  danghterof William Watson, was lynched  by hanging today.  Praying for Peace.  CapI'ITown, August  11.���Sunday, August 20bh, has been set a part bythe Dutch  ���churches .'is a;.speciai   day   of .prayer./for'  .peace.    ��� ' ���"���  .       ' -' ..." .'������..��� .-        :  fj^igll'g^Ml^sfii^lio'^  Vs��iie��ol,lsVeKstrfa;l��: ^r- ���&Q*\:&$tM?,}"0 hOyr;  Iii" d^y: work, and 3��< ceiits1 iin1 ���J^li};''-^^  nj,gh.b AVork"., 'Tlte .eoi,);,%iJfiy A^ant6d.' to  "put tl'ietn oh, Valary ttt Aviltg'es I'lUihing  ff-oin $55 to. $.(i.O \mf ���lifoXtth. [ Aftep being  out 'tlri-ee long "hours, supeijiufeehthriit  flliirpolo KOtniju-omised Av'i'blf. Uh& boysl at  ���tli.e rafto of 25 cenfe, ait h;oitr foi" l.i��1tTf dS��y  *and nlglife, "A\'Oi%^ H'ncl a"I,r"went" 'BafcR&J'  work .satisfied. 'Why conhl not like common sense be.used in setfeliug tlie difyer-  ences between tlie1 mluo niamligors'' Itud  the mine wor"kcrs in the Sjoc-an"?  AN M.P.P. RETURNS FROM ATLIN  And Speaks Well of the District.  A,riclorin Times.  Looking hale and hearty,  browned by  exposure to the sun, and wearing a happy  smile born of  contentment, Hans  Helge-  sen, M.P.P., one of the mining pioneers of  old   Cariboo, came  down  from the  new  gold fields in Northern Cassiar last night.  As an old miner, Mr.   Helgesen's   opinion  is   Araluiible,   and   he  very wise places a  high   Aruluc  upon   it,  determined not to  allow any fairy tales  of   fabulous  riches  to be fathered upon  him.    Some of the  Sound papers, he says, haArc been  telling  things that are untrue in regard to Avhab  he  has  said  of the prospects  up there.  Fnv   instance,   he   has been   reported  as  saying that one of the creeks is as rich as  Williams creek of old in Cariboo, Avhich is  a statements only to be characterized by  as- Anglo-Saxon  Avord of   three letters,  which is not regarded as  strictly  polite.  The country is promising  avoII, but. Iioav  rich it is cannot  3ret be said until   prospecting has been carried on much  longer  and in it more workmanlike manner than  hits yob been the case.    Many good prospectors are now out, men who know how  bo prospect, and the result of  their Avork  Avill   perhaps tell  a. tale  of  richness  beyond all expectation.    It  Avould  be  premature yet, says  Mr. Helgescn, bo make  .any  halcyon  predictions.    Sulllce  it io  say that the gold is coming into the banks  freely and the creeks are yielding well.  Commissioner Grahame informed him  just before he left Atlin that in five days,  ending July 31sb, he had collected royalty  on :">0!H ounces of gold dust, 'all of Avhich  averages $10 an ounce in A'ulue.  It is difficult to obtain reliable estimates of the output, there being three  classes of men-to be dealt Avith, three of  which, from di\rcrse reasons refuse to  make facts public. Of the first class it  may be said that for reasons best knoAvn  to themselves, but-which to Mr. Ilclgeseii  seem to be reasons which bode no good,  refuse to say Avhat success they arcmeet-  reJfciiJits"  of the unsophisticated. Native copper in  slabs as big as a barn door, copper Avhich  goes 00 per cent in A'alue, leaving out the  possible alloy, of gold, is something  which in the present state of the copper  market is calculated to make glad the  heart of man, and Mr. Helgescn has n  sample of the Arery prettiest copper ore  ever brought from Atlin or anywhere  else. Ho suav a slab of this sixteen inches  by ten inches, and the man avIio had it  assured him that if he had had the time  he could have taken out a slab as big as  the door Avhich hangs on tho rusty hinges  on the old barn at home. This rich deposit Avas found on the lake a 1'oav miles  from Atlin, and it Avill be, developed as  quickly as men.and money can develop it.  ��ijCe^th^  ._ /ii.��...J   IT. _,    -.".. ... i. Z . "..! _nn.ii P-      -.linn.. J." ._n|1rtn?        !}, .W, .'i ff n   0���n?   J"'     Vk�� J.    ' n       rt)  Cbunferfeit One Dollar Bills.  Tho Toronto-CClobe: Calls attention to  'tbofaot. that 'there appears to'he'quite a  .nurnbar of counterfeit $1 IjilLs in circulation in Toronto, ,n<nd seVe'ral liave been  detected at tile different banks' in that  city. Merchants and others should .Avateh  carefu 11 y all tlie, $1 Jj.i 1 ls_tltov-liaudle.j\utL  it sliort ���description of the counterfeit is  as follows: A fair counterfeit, is dated  June t, 1878, series "A". A most noticeable defect is tlie portrait of lady Duffer-  in, which lacks a lifelike appearance and  is poorly eiignn^ed. In the counterfeit  the position of the head hides tlie right  eye. The 'lathe work is very poorly imitated, and the paper is of inferior qiialiby.  Dixon Draws With Santry.  '"'"Nk\y ��ouk; AugustII.-^George Dixon,  the coloied fetttlieriVeighb champion and  l'"ddy Santry of Gbie.'tgo, met tonight before tlie Broadway Athletic Club for  twenty rounds at l2o pounds,and referee  Johnny White declared the bout a draw.  While Dixon did not light n\) to his old  time form, he put up a game exhibition,  while Santry showed wonderful improvement since he appeared here J.-tst. The  betting at the opening of the bout was  2 to 1 on Dixon, and in some instances  4 to 1 Avas laid on the dusky boxer. Tom  O'Kourko, Tom Sharkey and Charley.  Minor were Dixon's seconds, while Johnny  Gorman, Charley Burns and Jack Qtiiiin  Avere San try's seconds.  Major Kilbourne Promoted.  Washington, August 11.���Major  Charles 15. Kilbourne, paymaster of the  army, hits been appointed to ��� duty as  treasurer of tlie Philippine islands, and  island of Guam. All moneys of the civil  government of tho island avIII be placed  in his hands.  Manila Hemp Away Up.  London, August 11.���The announcement of the closure of the 'Philippine  ports caused great excitement in the  London market today. . Manila, hemp',  ���which rose fifty shillings per ton; .touched-  X}M), the highest figure reached -in^niany'  years.. .'-;���.-'"'-  -"'; -   - ���'-'":"   '. -;''   '  ���'  -. /ThereIs;, one .Glass*, however, icmnpvssc'd  "rtj n"m;eo dfber Mil'; iMjI'^pr^ O^vU he^rfe ;  old timen"'mi,uc;r.s ft'ohl CVtrlboo (),tf othei9-  Cc'ini]psi;: itien avJiq have by "yDjti'S of" ok.-'  pej-ujilcJe f.-eaiiziotl' tlritt .obh;er-.��nH)'ii a.iid. .os-  lificially mii.lferS: are to b'O ti'ustedi anrl  x^!iQ.ar&:cpflse.q^teii,t'ly nob" .afraid. i)f tell.-  In-g.H-^liatJt'liQy knOAy ;tTi;d they take a de-  lightJu 'answering questions "and Iii a,n-  BAVoring them trutii'fiilly. l^roin,- these  Wen aha reliable estimates.Of the Tesnlts  li>0ing achieved, are' ascertained; and. lb is  fiVan s'stch.a-'s these .feh,a"b. M;r: llielgesen has  learned ^ul'ficieQt, bo..justify ,hlm in, .forming .the judgment that next year Atjin  aVJ'1-1 'pro-ve. to be a .good camp, solid1 and  substantial. Much ��� depends on the ,-ni-  bum's, work of bhe prospectors, but fehei.'o  is every reason to 'believe bjiab i;u |jla:cer  and qtiit)'(;x,. there Avill be discoveries made  wliich Avill exceed the most sanguine  ox-'  peetittious. _���       ^   "^i^TTllytlj'jrul'ic comibry MY', Helgescn  has the best opinion of the district, and  incidentally it may lie mentioned that he  notes with satisfaction the fact that the  government acted Upon his suggestions  When ho canie as a. representative of the  miners and, proceeded immediately to the  issuing of ���hydraulic lea-ses, Avhich are  now being granted, and under which the  pi-elirninary Avork of prospecting' and organisation, is being speedily carried out  ���in-many directions.  Another subject of sincere congratiTla-  tjon, in connection witli Which Mr. Ilel-  gesen pays tlie highest measure of praise  to Mr. justice Irving, is the tint versa!  satisfaction which exists from Sk.-tgway  to Atlin with the decisions given by the  Atliit coniiuissioiHjr sent by the govci-n-  inont to stra-ighben out the uiiforbiumtu  tangle which had been created. Judge  Irving has filled the miners' expectation  of a beau ideal judge and when Mr. Mol-  gesen left he had all but finished hearing  and deciding all the cases to be brought  before him. His lordship may be expected back in. Victoria in a short time,  but long after he has left the Atlin district the memory of his Avisdom will be  treasured by the people there.  There is no longer any grumbling. The  ���capable manner in which the government  proceeded with the work of clearing up  the matters in dispute resulted iii a  'speedy establishment of confidence and  this has been strengthened by the able  manner in Avhich judge Irving has .done  his work.  Of business generally Mr. Helgescn  says Atlin may lie considered firmly established. Discovery town is booming  and everywhere there is that feeling of  confidence which is the sure harbinger, as  it is also tho "evidenced.of good .���times. '  Hut it is whe'n :oiie begins to 'ta|k <>f  copper that Mr. IloIgeson.Jia.s something  to say "and to. show.that opens   the  eyes  KOOTENAY MINES AND SMELTERS  Not So Discouraging.  Now Denver Lc<l}jc.  While it cannot be said that the lock-"  out has been at all agreeable to the mine  managers, the mine workers or the business men of the district, it must be admitted that the Slocan has made greater  advancement this summer than during  the same period at any time in its history. Not as .-i producer of ore, for the  ore production of the. past two months  has been nil, but in showing up and proAr-  ing bhe mines and 'prospects-of thedis-  trict more men have been employed and  better work has been done than ever before. The good effect of this Avill be better understood and= appreciated nine  months hence than ab the prescnb time.  FRENCH OFFICERS ARE FURIOUS  At Their Being Exnosed.  Rknnes, August 11.���Mrs. Emily CraAV-  ford, reviewing the Dreyfus trial, says all  the notable Dreyfusites here are satisfied  with the result of the examination of the  secret dossier.   They  have  urged their  newspaper      friends       in      Paris      to  clamor     for     full      publicity,     knowing  that,  if   it   is   granted,   the   military and nationalist parties Avill  be utterly   disgraced.      They   arc  convinced  that the diplomatic and  war office, dossiers   teem   Avith   forgeries.    Of   course  their  impressions  are  deriA'ed from the  five    counsel    present   at    the    examination     of     these      precious     i^-ptu's.  Publicity   would   moan  the 'pillory.- for  general de BoisdelTreand company. They  would be pelted with their own foul eggs  while     captain     Dreyfus     would     be  cleared     in   the    face    of    the    Avhole  world.      The    military   caste   here   is  furious at the   turn   things are  taking. :  The  correspondent  of a Russian  paper  .told me today that in a cafe  frequenbed-  -by officers  he  unfolded  bhe Dreyfusite  Au roi-e to read.  Al 1 the milibary seoAvledo  at  him  in a marked  manner, and afber  coughing and. otherwise, showing  their  disappiTwal, went in a body to the other  end of the cafe as  if the  Russian avoi-o  a leper.    All the officers  of the military  club came out on the club balcony Avhen  a   bundle   of Dreyfusite   journals    was  being       burned       in       the        streets,  ami they       approved      the       per  formance    by    .unmistakable    gestures. \  One now sees  the  Avisdom of the order  forbidding  officers   not  attached  to the  garrison to stay here during the trial.  I hear that in unclean imaginings the  secret military dossier exceeds the Avorst  topshelf literature. ���  CONCENTRATES.  this  morn-  will bo  en-  Pan] Johnson leaArcs Nelson  ing for Greenwood, Avhore he  gaged for tlie next two years in building  and operating a smelter for the 'British  Columbia Copper Company, Limited. En  route he will visit, tho smelters lit Trail  and. North port.''- Mr. Johnson recently  completed a.copper  smelter in ...southern.  Serious Troubles in San Domingo.  Kingston, Jamaica, August 11.���A  mail dispatch from Santo Domingo dated  August .'ird, via Hayti, confirms bhe cable  inbelligenec telling of the special significance of the revolution throughout tlio.  Dominican republic. ..Prominent, men iii  civil and military circles, it appears, are  taking the field Avith the understanding  that .limine/, is the prime nnrvor and that  he will shortly arrive -there;- from  Cuba with munitions of ; Avar,  among his military adherents, bringing  arined followings, including regular soldiers, Avet-e the Avell known generals Roniaii;  $ji$  1��^i^i;Mth^  "VX'ceeY]i4ig.I:y}-\\s|lll:..�� ,".Aj foj/ce".'-of ii'line.1 -nxap",  : are-kWpt..^ . '   ." ..��  A. ll.\Cb:-a-fc'e',ha.:s|eb t;w��, eontro/ife 'for  dH'Vj'ug' tfiriii,&la^hitl.W'S.t.1%'iPuis,gj?c.Mi3Von  Lenioli cteek.., Oiie Is to drive a!o ..rfjW-toot  tuun-eT, and Chc;oth,ei' is ���%&: fen tiniie"' the  ���tfuyfoot tiihnel. On tlie St: Louis another  'M feat. =    - ���_    - _   '   ' '_;        .. .=  ���   ��nifprni, Signals for Mines.  Harry A. Lee, coiunilsslnuer of'lnijies of  the state of Oolormte, lias issued ;the following llObice, -t-fnclor date, of duly Tfifft:  Iii aacordance "witsh tlie provisions of  pai!ag.rai)h 0, section, 205ol' ay act l-dativc  to the Imi-eaU, of niines of ,the stittO of  GolOr.'ulo, :ai't bliOriy.hig tlie eofuniissiorvci'-  of mines tOesfciiJilisi) a uuifxfrm code of  signals i|,i, all .mines using hoisting inaehi-  nery, the folloAvitrg code is hereby est-a-b-  Ifehetl:, ttud "sliall. be geeijrely posted, In  clear   and   Jog'rb 1 e  foi;ui, in tbe._cngine_  ho dofeJute. tire ^K^id&hB,y^0if^3MMjxw^  (See  lower  u-2-\, i-aise  and  lower  post  until  couinialid  roojli, at "the collar of the  shaft, and at  each level,1 or station.  One be! 1 ���1 foist,    (See-Rule 2.)  One bell���-Stop,, if in motion.  Two 'bells���Lower.    (See Ri tie .2.)  Three Bcfis���Man on;   run   slow,  rule' 2.)  Seven bolls    Accident; hoist  or  by verbal orders only.  Tbree-tWo-ono bells- Heady to '.shoot.  (See Rule 8.)  ���  Engineers jjiall, after sigii'.-il  tlie bucket or cage   two  feet  again, and shall remain at his  linal   signal   is    given    and  executed.  Rule I. In giving ordinary signals  nia/ko strokes on bell at regular intervals. In .signals similar to "Ready to  shoot (.'{-2-1 bells), each bar (���).must take  tin* same time as one stroke of tin; bell.  2. When men are to be holster I or lowered giA-e the signal for ''Men on: vu]i  slow"-(.'J bells). Men must then get on  bucket or cage, then give signal to hoist  or lower (J bell or 2 bells).  .'!. After signal "Ready to shoot"  (.1-2-1 bells) engineer must give signal  that he is ready to hoist by raising and  lowering bucket two feet. Miners niu^t  then give the signal "Men on" (.'} bells),  then "spit fuse," get on bucket or cage  and give signal to hoist.  ���I. Ail timbers, tools, etc., " longer than  the depth of bucket," or placed within a  cage, must be securely lashed before  being hoisted'or lowered.  5. Signals to meet loc.a'  not in conflict with above  "iy .individual   operators,  Amertean anitexatiois -m?   ;tu."#hMi^liB&^;Siij  ���(trotqetorafce, fhtiiiQV 'ih>tii, iile'c-lf aMtheS; ^^?-l  ���dicfcatoivthus.securing. p;eriiia.i.)c��xbf.fpfei4Q|B"*S  .and' iH-osperiby.      ���'���    .   ��"''-'-"������ "V/^^?5^"*"'"?  Thgy'T?lk, %6''-Mn^��f^0}^?ij  L0.NHON, AugUsVlL^he'T|ieir$an?��^  edj'frtvi-itH    bid's   mo^riihg���Ou   tfm :'^^^K"^Ss|||  S'.uejau .Ijooiidary; :a1��bitr;i4Jidn-winp^^-*'"**''''1  tliat the .proceedings  are niliiccessaiulyi  protracted and expresses a feat' tl,ia;fe the.��;  exainiife tlius set will, "'Opel-ate1, to pv& ���.'*%!&&��  ji'idice the ai-bibral mode Of ^ettlliig  difll-"  =Ct 1 iti es A=^^SJly s'^^ ^ufel1bi'iriately= ^Ijis^  is   too    common  a  drawback   to  hlter-  natipnal   rcfereuces.     Witness also, the  ���Delagoa   and Behfiug sea- cases.     If the  wysitcm is to  not break  do\\-n   tribunals  must exercise a- free band i'u discouraging-'  the prodigies of pliysicalencrgy iuwhjcH  modern   advocates  are  too   prone to indulge."  Gar Pell Through the Bridge.  MKUKH.U Wisconsin, August 11.���A  street car rau off the Prairie street bridge  today dropping into the river twenty,  feet below. The car was completely  wrecked, atid five of the passengers weS'U  injured, but none fatally.  Delcasse Honio Again.  August  II, -M. Theophile  ie   minister   of  Raj: is,  fjtsse, 1.1  in-rived in 1',-iris this  Si, Petersburg. He Avas  ccived   by .the   premier.  Del-  foreign alTah's,  evening     from  i in mediately i'e-  Ttmioi'i'inv  lie  demands and  may be added  but   the  same  itiu.st be posted in clear  and  legible form  in connection with above code.  ���Price of-Silver.  -. Ni-:w:YoKK.,August 11.--Silver certifi-  ca,(es.fis0V(��; (i().' Bar.silver 001. ', Mexican  dollars -IK. ": '  will lunch with president Loubet.  Why He Did Not Como.  Bkku.v, August II.���Tlie emperor in  opening his speech today explained that  the only reason that had prevented him  from coming to Dortmund sooner was his  anxiety in regard to the accident wliich  happened to the empress.  Many Lives Were Lost.  Washington. I). (J.. Aui^u^b 1.1.��� A report has boon received from San.I nan, Porto-  Rico, estimating the number of killed,  bythe storm at ;">()().. The same officer  says a very serious',condition of affairs  exists at Ponce.  Kruser Will Yield.  Pauis, August U.���Tho Matin, in an  article in wliich it declares that president  lvrugci- must yield to Great Britain, says  that ho wishes, to give Avay but AA-alits to  put it 'off until the very latest. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON", B.C.,  .SATURDAY, AUCUJ8T  12,  1890.  ���S> ^ \j�� ^S\ ^Sv vS!> ^sa jS. v"s^  ^b> v=? ^ -"2? ��� <=* v3 ^p '~& :!Z'  IN  WKITEWEAR  Notwithstanding I he fact that last season's -trade was far beyond our expectations, we have still an immense stock of  Ladies' nnd Children's Wliitcwear, wliich wc will close at prices  heretofore  unheard  of in   Nelson.     Read  the following:  Ladies' 75c Drawers for 50c;   Ladies' $2 Drawers for $1.50;  Ladies'$1 Nightgowns for 75c; Ladies'$2 Nightgowns for $1.50;  aj\   Ladies'-$,3 Ni'ghlgowns for $2.40;   Ladies' Chemise at: $i, $1.25,  rfylj   $1.35, and $1.65, a straight cut; of 25 cents.  il\ji "White Underskirts al your own' prices.     Our space will   not  if/Tl   allow a full list of prices of goods, but a laok will satisfy you that  '{{A   our bargains are genuine.  m  w  w  $  $  m  w  i%  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  BANK  OP  B.C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  TEIEtllVES   CASS  l!fe!c��.(='.i5''is'.p'.p''(S''i=,'(?'(=,'.'=''(2' ^���(^���^���^���(^���(^���^���^���/^^���(^���<S-<A'<��Li&'<Ai  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  ��lte tribune*  Pjmt.v Ki>ition  ymnr Yk,\v, No. 1SS  W'EKKi.y KnirioN Rbvkntii Yk.\k, N". :i!)  This Nelson and Slocan mine managers  Juivo iin figent in "Eastern Canada trying  to hire six hundred mine 'workers for  their niines, and the mine managers of  Rossland have agents in Cornwall and  Giiiiiberland,   England, trying-   to sccni-e  isP^  vii'I^lJ^f-bi'Oltg-ltt?-  ,S's  *fii%ltoo;tenl{y"-dn>I��^a'le'^iMl"-tlig other  L^^Ss^^Vitti'nJi-fefl^trietsi-Of-Jthe" province  a^re* .to  l--a-.oa-:DHo-^�� " ��h%T.A,;,���4-\^..i... :f?;n,l k-.*-., At* ~.^,... ~?V   ..-(,.^.-��.-.rt.Mf1.:r��� 4iK?..  ;5^j^^te$f^ jMejjr taftfe AAM'k lti"s:tiie,  ,'":K"1'-'^��^��'^"-- - ioiS'���llil''!^lr".faiiii1IcS in .-distant  jA^eO'hnJiJ'-Ies iitienrf ilfctTo1 iJillteFJal beheht,'  fc^%U'd-^ii^/^^Ss,gr561tt 'eltiy.eijS, as: Liwb;' the  ,*:'V ;inViib%l{6��� :h|fe" tlieir- Ji oiiies here- "Images.  - liAvije^fridlw 'iVi/Ir.Qi-ii.e' ���making,, and wu&lW.  :4V<^l"^Wjn^."h'f-''-c"oOiitri-y -can 'be bnllt ftp'  "^���^��^((ly and pe0i-n.i��Me���n-,ti:y.,  V"*;Cijlf$Iie. sensible .mine nianageri* svptilS'  ,y. lOjihO" down  o|f  the  pedestal  Oil  whieii ,  ��s ."tjiey'^llnibed in May, and treat with,  the  jmihers as thevl_ti;6at_:\\'Ith__other^people_  ^VJitli whom they have dealings,, every  Maine in the 'Slocan1 Would be working full  forces, within ten days.  The Trimunk suggests tliat tlie street  railway track oh Paker street be laid to  actual grade, even it'by doing so the track  is loft a trifle higher than the present  grade. A beginning must be made sonic  time to get that street to grade, and tlie  best place to begin is the middle of the  street.    ��� ���    '   . - ,,.:  The mine -managers, arc beginning to  tire of their Nelson  organ.      They   say  'l'ai|i|ifcrtS"�� afeiI;.!r?arjh-j'ii>'c|,\\{>;��y ��J".";" tX ���-"��� *," " '; i  ��l y^'^hat^e**Ay i tip  ���"gidJG^aig^IhsW.the ,,0-{>Iior}4ji!1'.lien'S-rt)iui-ggle"bQ^  tween mine manager and mine Avorkcr.  The Ledge says: "One cannot operate  without the other, and so long as the  dilTereiice now existing contimies ��� the  business men of the district must suffer  loss. The loss to the mine owners is comparatively small. The loss to the mine  Avorkers Is not great for most of the men  can go to other camps and find employment'.. To the man who has all his capita! invested in a mercantile business,  it is poor consolation to be  told that this side wont give  in and (.hat side will stand out forever. There apparently is more pure  cussedness in the situation than there is  justice. The mines can readily afford to  pay $y.")0 per shift for miners. That, has  been the scale, is now the scale, and  ought always to be the scale ���to good  men. There are other miners who are  not worth more than $:>. but (lie first-  class men should not be forced to accept  the poor man's wage. The mine owners  might have settled the trouble before it  began had they shown a- com promising  spirit before they issued their $3 a day  ultimatum."  J%^\  OF THE VVEgf  The deference hcH'ocn 'the Judge nnd tho  JStshop lijay b(? that the Judge Can say "you,  beli.-in^ed/'^vliilB fehe J^isliojj can say '-';y6,u;"  Le"dai,ftiled:."' On Ut.o other Jknd Avfen thff  J"iu%dsa,\'!3, "yon be hai)gcd,".you;i1i,,re lutD^d!.  Next'te-tjio value offered, the, moU 'iiywfed  '   .. ���  - ...     j)et:uljari,fcyo!our Wall  Pi.ipQr is thafc Avhen the''  Judge   has   inaclo  his  INCORPORATED 1670.  What is�� the difference between  TETLEY'S TEAS and  other  brands?  Just the same as between the  Athabasca mine and any one of the  hundreds of wild cats that have been  exploited  in the  past years.  Experience has proved the value of  the one. The others might be good  but   is   it worth   your   while "experi-  j; m e�� tln-g?, ^hen:.^ y,qu ^can^ ^get^UfiQ^ie-^  -%u\-rt&"=|);^��;fi;n^|{ifig  Tea sold, 'by>-"   "'-"������      ���' ��� '    -"  ��E  IVcstf'BiikOP Strcpt;.      l'cloplipn;p";,13.  WHAT IKE; "JUDGE,  AND  TH,E BIS.��iOP SAV  selection and says *-cyoli,  bo hanged," it Is  hanged; ilofc eveji tho  =il)eapesttgL-tide��--giA'|iig=  [ELLS & 66.  trouble. There are papers tliat in'o beyond  the jurisdiction of the Judge and come under  that of the Bishop. There is an .-irtin, avoiding this kind���this art has been out- study.  TuOison Stationery Go., M  2B&  5 gdUons Moot Beet .  ''& gallons ttemoybade   .   , 25c  Effefvesci'mg MeaWIt Bali 2��q  Bromo SeidlU^   ���   . -' ..   . &5&  Bvom�� SelMey  .   .  ���'.  Lime Fr%oit Juicet pts  ^Mme^MrMit=JMiGer--quts^^$r&  Abbey's and Eno's Fruit Salt  The Genuine Moniserrat  get The best  UcadrnKH'tgw for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Wo mako a Hpccialij- of  Sfiiplap aqd Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles an,d Lath Kept in Stock  Office and yard iicar C.P.K. (lopol,   K G. BKKR, Agont.  Lime 70 Get|ts per 100 poundsi  Will tloHver in ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or On kcowk at, ^ovoniinonL Avharf.  Canada teg anfl Book On.,  Qornor of Bakfrf nnd Stftnloy Strndfe. Nel^Qn  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AG.KNTS ��011  TlavinK lonswl tlio bnsint'KK of 111o Nelson Soda AViilor  Fitulory. I inn vrcpari'd loKiipply.'l.ho Inidu willrnll kinds  of (Sarboiiiitod am! nt:rnl.ul watoi'rf. .Kuikiily ordnrrt koIUji-  Led.   1,'rompt delivery.  Kriolory on  lloovw sl.rocU  H. M. CUMMINS  The West l^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker.Street.        T. G. PROOTOR, Jlanager  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS���Nolson   Lodge,   No,   25,  KniRlits of Pylhiius meets in I. O. O. K. Ifall.conior  Uako'l-a.nd Ivootcimj* Htrccts, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'cloik.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T.liT.IXtK.C.o;        It. G. ,1.0 V. IC. of P.. fc S.  &" N'BbSON LODGI'l, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Moots  "90%r second Wednesday in each month, Sojourning  /r��#\ brethren invited.  Rr^SO^Tj'j. O. L., No. \K)i.  meets in I. O. P. F. Ilall.  corner linker and  Kootenay ��tiecl��.  1st and 3rd  Kriday of each, month.   Visiting brcthern cordially in-  ".lOfry TOYK. W. M. F. J. BRADLKY, ���I.'co.Soc.  MISCELLANEOUS.  WANTKD���A KOf"l fihiiiKlo .jointer at once.  G. O. PiicliJiiinn'K liimher olllco, Nelson.  Apply  WA NTKD���Good general scrvaid;.    Apply at olllco of  G.'tllilier & Uril.-on. . ���  FUK-SAM'I-Arin-Bitincft rhu, by Holland & irollnnd,  and ntuisc ; also an S-Kiiiuoa. polo saddlo. by Oralo  or liiilpru vo K(|uaro, and one doublo bridle.   $125.   Apply  nl  .|'l... 'I'k:!.......-...!!.... - N7..1.-..,..  The Irnperia! Oil Co,   Slandarcl Oil Co.  Wasln'tigton Brick arjd Lime Go.  The H. W. ftjclliell Co., Ltd., Canadian Anthracite Coal (Hard)  ��J^ STOVEWOOD  TE3XJE1.-E:)I3:03SFE  136  DnriiiK the, season vro will deliver ice at private residences  and business bouses daily in any  desired quantity at ca.*onr��b'o  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  at .Tlie Tribune odlcc. Nelson.  ���pUltNlSllKU riMiinsloli'.t.   Applyl"  -^     son, (.'iirncy block, Hakor strecl. we  lly lo Mrs. J''. A1. .l.'linc-  ���Ortt  MA>fU*,ACTOHKBS OK  ENGINES. BOTXERS. SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVJSRY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptlyattniidod to..-. . ,P. Q.. Box 173.    ...  "^MINERS WANTED.^  The Tnnjriflr Mine, T<i:nitcd, Albert Caiiyoii, on-the.  main line of the C. P. !��., 22lnil<!H east of l.'uvclsliOkf!, rc-  quircri *<ix Koofl miners.   Wuj^h $.150 per day.       -;,.-���,���  W  S3  iD'u  WE AEE GOING OUT OP THE  BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS  AND  MEN'S SLIPPEES  THE ABOVE GOODS AT COST  i&  ^  ^  #  %  m  TJtoj pupfilr:ik limited;, po (call ("iirly. A��*d oxivrtiind thft Rtook., '  ������'ft you ��ivft.nt p, slylifrb perfect 'fittinjj"pstii(;, nifidc, o�� tho  bc'st.Ql.otlj.dyec' iniportod to jS'nc!.son, leavp your orilifi-  with !po. " " '      "   ���  $ix liuHdred flotla'r'S Worth of -jjoW- Roods- htiv yraip-  iiiyytfiu- itisycctio'ii.   1 (jitararil ee satisfactfoli-or no sale.,,  I  ���businkSs1 A'Nn'-tiit^niENTiAL  S.S0U0  SUITS $25  Nclspn'15 njp-16'diil,0 TflUorj iKixt E66tcnay GoIIije Co.  Wo have n fine assortment of woolens always  on band. Goods made Up at tho fiboi'tei-t pos-  siblo notice. As cvpryililnjj is kept and made  011 tho premises, salisfaccion is assured.  *3(S���fe- 120, -Jiiijkcr street tbbOVccn, Josojiluno and  ���    ��Wa.rd,strou!s .........e.;...,. .,s, ���.<,.,s.���,i ,.��. :���.,...:  .50'by 120, JiJakei'struct, botweel) .fosephiue ai.fiBall  street.-,-, .corner..,.".,. ..,..,,.'.���..���.-. >...,.,.'.���'.  2.5 by 120 with iinprovemontH,. south Sitto of Yornon  ���   .Strpel. ../j... ,v,.,...,..,....��..,..,,,,.'.,.,..,,.,.���.���..���'.���...'  6000  SO by 120 with' vhiprbvenvents, so.iil.5i .siSo of Yurnqn'    ;  Street.....,.--,..... ������. .,.���.,,. ��..,.."..���;.."...���... ,0000  1 SiJotswBhcotta&eTreiHcdat^loparinontb, Yictoria  -   sti'tiet...������.,�� ........,.i..s.......... ���,..;,..,.... :����o  i lot with cottage rontt'd at ?lo per lnoiith,, VictoHn,  struct........���'..,...,...--.;....��,...,.,....'..-,,.,;.:..".., >&m  2 lots i^th ;co'tta{fc rented at 530 per month, Ftanlby  e'troot .,,,.,..  ......":...'.���......,..' 3000  G'loti?in block ilJj, all. cleared and feiiccd in  2500  AGENTS von,  J. & U. TAYLOR SAFES  ^^J^JEtlO BEOS,  Ileal KsUte and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  BAKER STREET WEST* NELSON  If yon want a natty. Stylish suit, of clothes for  sprint; and KtfmntW-, 1 luivo QVtfr f*0 dil!'i>r-  cttl, patterns of Sootcli and KiiBlisb tWyww,  which I will inilkc to your order at tlie low  price of ��........... .?25:  Jtlnck voneilaiin liiako a nico sujt for suni-  mer wear at......��.,.., , ...�� ?21;  Black sci'fje suils in saclc ornloruiiiRcoat..5-1  A lieavy Scotch  tweed,  nice" palterns for  business suit  ..,,....,.. .818  Trousers at equally low prices. Fit and -Hrush  no better in C'amvla. Ladies*lino tailoring si  specialty.   Glcmonl, block. Baker street.  ���Stevens, Tl|e Tailor  sdti  ?fl;"iO will purchaso a chpieo residonco corfior; 100 by 120  h-'t't.  Sfillwl will fliircliaso a central lot fturt residrmro,  ��100 will  piirehase  two  nice lots and sliuuly,, Kobsc  strcot. lluitve addition.  SlilHiO will piifcluw-'d four 1.1 ico lots and residence.  1(1,1)00 Pooled Pliifmonu & cents,  lllackcock (,Vtnir> shares 2i),,cciiW.  51)00 btica at U Cents.  ll'-|l-o��iii .Coufcyge' ;uid 2 J^ofision U?i;i)��^m^".�����  ���sJU'tSo-fr/ -fl'XOOi .eh&y. rt;e"i-.i)is. .     ���   j ' ��� ;". "   ' ��."��'"-.^  Wines and JiiuiuK Stpcks CustOinsJlTokor  n KltfA'T/ KS'TA'l'K. AND'. ^IJtk-BjtAti'j!Cd,!K��5cTg-.' "���*  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIRST, BOOR WKST IJAN3C P. G. PUIL1HNG.  STYLISH MILLINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  Mrs.   E   McLaughlin  JOSBPHINK STRKKT, NKLSON     Turni'i' & Hoeckh block, Nelson, ]i. C,  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR^ SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one aud a  quai-ter miles of Nelson,   Pot i'urtlier  particulars apply to  FRED   J^   SQUIRE,   Nelson,   B.   C.  1 wo lots With two-story hfliisc on Lal.imet*  street, near Josephine ...., , ?IS00  Teiuis:   ��12011 cash,,balance on InorltfMKo.  .     Sixty-nere ranch, nine miles f roih city "on lake'  filioie ��... ....... , .....sioao  One-halt cash, balunet! oil niorlftinje.  IuO^V3STS  On loan, conditions are the cliwipcsj.'iird bc��t  plfercd. Voii'inn re|)ay at any time without  1 onun.  .A.a-Eirsri'S foe  Uritish C'olinuliia I'ci liiancnt Sayings & Loan Company,  (jliibo Savings $: r.oen Co., Toronto.  I3SrSXJK^V.l?TCE3  Fife, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  GAMBLE ��& 0��RE)JUL,V, Agts  Baker Street West. .Velson, li. C.  HAIR GOODS AND HAIR OMAMENTS  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. .7. W. KHAltNKYIins opened a Ladies ITair Dress  iiiK l'.crlor in room 1, Vicioria block, Nelson, nun i--* Kf-  parcd to. fu iiish cvi-rylliing in the way of hair (,'oods  and hair tonics. ���-Treatment of the scalp a specialty.  - (Kx-Slioi-iir of Smit.li Kootenay|  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consiVniiientii of merchandise.  PoitLoillcn ltox,��2. Nelson, Ji. C.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  Al-l'J.Y1  J. IL.AING STOCKS, Secretary  At, rflioe of tho Duncan Mines, Limited,, Clcmenl. &  Hillyer Block.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets. Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY 011, NIGHT  BAKK11Y IN CONNKCTION  FAMILY AND PASTliY COOKINO- A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITK HKLH JiMPLOYKl)  B-     BTXJ^iK.-3r.,      PEOPHIETOB  Palace   Bakery  Bread delivered to any part of the city..  Cakes, pastry, and confectionery a siiecially.  GENERAL  BROKER.  FIRE, IilPB, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  TO LKT���Several houses of different sizes.  KOR SALK���Real estate in all parts of the city.  MANiii.wcTimrcn, os-  HEAVY TEAM HARNESS:  CRAWFORD BROTHERS  Next lo lt'oyiil Hotel, Stanley Strcot, Nelson  EXPRESS HARNESS, PACK HARNESS  SADDLKSi WHIPS, KTC.  w.a:r,d    street,    3srEX.so3sr  PEOFESSIONAL   OAEDS.  EWAliT & CAItUlK���Architects.' Uooins 7 and 8 Aberdeen block, Baker street. Nelson.  B. .liAHI'KR, musical director, leader Ni Ison Or-  ���   eheslra.   Musicians furnished for all occ-ntionspu  short notice.   Telephone fii -'���';..'���: ���& f  THE  TRIBUNE:  KELSON, B. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST  12, 1899.  V   '  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STUATnCONA AND   MT   ltOYAL, Presldont  lion. GKO. A. DKUMMOND Vico-Prosidont  K   S. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  isrEiLSoasr jBrR-A-isrooa:  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       IIRANCTIKS IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK.   CHICAGO  and in 1,1 ic principal cities iu Canada.  liny and soil Sterling KxchanRo and Cable Transfers  OHANT COMMI1KCIAI, AND TltAVBIXKKS' CItKDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAKT8 ISSUED    COr.LKCTIONS MADE; KTO.  SAVINGI-S BANK BRANCH.  CUHUENT UATK OK INTIOltKST PAID  THE   SOCIETY   CIGARETTE.  !  In tlie pages of the ordinary novel,  when one of the characters, donning her  costly tea-gown, throws herself upon a  silicon couch and takes out her silver cigarette-case the seasoned novel reader  '���knows at once that she is wicked; that  she opens letters, and listens at doors,  and dies, in the last chapter, from an  overdose of chloral. On the stage one  can distinguish the adventuress from the  heroine in the first act by her close-fitting, shimmering jet, andtliat when she  finds herself alone with the villain she  lights a cigarette in a business-like manner, as she rakes over the secrets of her  past.  The English and American  papers  vie  with each other in attributing new   fads  and foolishness to the womenkind of the  other   country.    One   reads   in  English  papers that it is the  fashion   among  the  smart set in New York to decorate  their  finger  nails   with  small landscapes, and  that   these   cost   enormous   sums; that  among fashionable Americans the  ladies  '   wear  live   beetles   attached   to   golden  chains���describing with geeat attention  to  detail,  tho  creatures   craAvling  over  white shoulders.    The American  papers  say that smoking  has  become so much  the  vogue   among   Englishwomen   that  separate smoking compartments are   in  course of construction on the railroads ;  and there have been so many references  to and commeuts  upon the fact that Ladies smoke on  the  terrace of Parliament  House, tiiat.it really may be true.  - ;    In the English play ,of "Lord and lady  '   Algy."  one  of  the   bones of contention  between  the couple is their difference of  '   opinion  upon   the    merits   of   different  brands of  tobacco.    Lord Algy smokes  Egyptian  aud his wife  prefers Turkish ;  in the last act they do not kiss and make  up  in the  good,  old-fashioned way, but  lady Algy resigns Turkish cigarettes, and  says in   the   handsomest   manner  that  hereafter  she will ��� always  smoke Egyptian.    This play is  a clever satire drawn  closely from the manners and customs of  modern English society, and  there is no  doubt about  it that the women of that  particular set smoke in England.  Bohemia has gone out; the word does  not mean anything now except as an excuse for poor art students to present for  their humble make-shifts, or fashionable  people to use. to describe their more or  less rowdy adventures. Among writers  who might bd called Bohemian if they  were not eminently respectable;, prosperous, and well dressedj the cigarette is an   aecob'te^Lfevtiii'O���at_ii;ffeeun-Oj>ijiu.tOasj;rit,  circtikvtes about among the ladies after  dinner, rtnd myites its ttppetu-ance at all  informal gatherings.  It takes a grand manner' to carry off  the cigarette successfully, 'without tlio  least touch of self-consciousness, or Bp-  liOiiiianisi.il, or, the suspicion of being fast.  The woman who drosses handsomoly,  wlioso drawing-rooms ai-e crowded with  Well-known people, whose Silver service  is oklcr than, the century, is the oiio who  dispenses Turkish cigarettes ornamented  with a gold band, and fancy letterings  She seeihs to .say: "I am above prejudice;  what I do is right. I authorize the cigarette T But she does not really like  smoking; it is hard to believe that anybody tloes who buys made cigarettes.  She has travelled abroad, she has smoked  on the terrace at Parliament House; she  knows that cigarettes follow tlie coffee  as a matter of course on the continent,  aud it gives a certain foreign distinction  to be offered' one of her gold-painted  abominations, even if the ���conversation is  over one's head and the atmosphere somewhat rarified.  If a woman has had a New England  early training .she does not take to cigarettes easily, any more than she can play  cards���even innocent whist���or receive  on Sundays without inward tremors,  When such a one offers you smoking  materials there is a doubt and uncertainty about it. The hostess holds her cigarette at arm's length out of the way of  jicr.shimmering satin train as though it  were in reality a "filthy weed," and looks  at it every minute anxiously to sec if it is  still alight. At her house you meet the  bachelor business-woman of whom there  are so many in New York, as far removed  from the old maid as light is from darkness���brisk, handsome, well-dressed women of affairs��� and tlioy all smoko.  They are the kind that carries little cases  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on SKaguay, U. S., Atlin, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^on, District.  of its own particular brand of cigarettes,  and between the pauses of an animated  discourse on new books and the latest  political blunder, will discuss with you  the merits of "Three Castles," Lone Jack,  or the Turkish or Egyptian brands.  They will tell yon that the best tobacco  on earth is grown in Virginia., exported to  England, and there made into some exquisite preparation the like of which can  not be found in America; that in this  country one is always smoking some new  brand .that is good just so long as it is  necessary to build up a reputation. One  could naino a dozen deteriorated brands  that were very good indeed when they  werefirst put on the market. In England  a tobacco company that was founded in  the last century and imported the fresh  leaves from Virginia is making the same  kind of tobacco, and just as good apparently as -when it was   first manufactured.  The bachelor girl has a match-box of  gun-metal, with an amethyst top, which  hangs toher chatelaine for evening wear,  or is attached with her keys to the end  of a long chain, man-fashion, and she  carries it in tho front pocket of her tight-  fitting tailor-made skirt.  There is a class of people that takes  cigarettes as a part of dissipation, with  punch and late hours. ,In queer, downtown rooms, oddly decorated and covered  with clever sketches and miscellaneous  curiosities,  where there may be not one  but two grand pianos out of all proportion to the size of the room, the punch is  brewed with much laughter, the people  call each other by their first names, and  the ladies all smoke���smoke the-way they  quaff the punch, with an air of bravado.  The pianos crash to the brand-new  symphony of a youthful composer, while  the ladies, who all wear their hair in  somewhat neglige .style, applaud, wildly  waving.their cigarettes while they discuss music theoretically and talk of tone  formation.  In such an assemblage you may see the  genuine lover of smoking, the woman  who knows good tobacco from bad, and  ���surest test of all���rolls her own cigarettes. The tip's of the lingers of her right  hand are slightly browned; she draws  from her corsage a small, oblong case of  delicate blue leather, that is shaped something like a, small envelope, and shuts  with a catch. It contains tobacco of a  beautiful reddish-yellow tint, and a few  sheets of papier de riz. It is charming  to see how deftly she rolls a cigarette,  giving it the right Spanish twist to keep  it in place; and hers is the cigarette that  does not need re-lighting. It is one of  her type that lias been known to carry  her tobacco about in a ���torn-off corner of  an envelope, tucked under her silver belt-  buckle. The outfit may not have been  elegant, but the tobacco was always good.  The Tremont Hotel  FULL LINE OF  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 nil kinds.  If what you want is not in stock wo will make it for you  CALL AXD GKT PIUCES.  JALOJIE & TREGILLUS  [PROPKIETOR8  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HANDI  J. A. Sayward  HAXiL-AXD'tiAKE STJttiETS, tfELSON  CHAiiLKS OlLLYEli,  l'HKSjnKNT  HAil HY HOUSTON,  ���     RK&liliTAHV   One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Largo comfortable bedrooms and   lirst-class  dining  room.   Saniplo rooms for commercial men.  Mrs.  E. C.   GIERKE, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  Msoji Saw & Plarag  Liavci^JKix  xAxuKAoruntins ov and  . UKAXKltS IN  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldhigs  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts anil Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  kActOkv wont* no/Nte to oiuu:k,|  SUCH AH  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  \\. 0. i\UM, manager.  The finest hotel in tho interior.  Larjje mmplo rooniH.   Steam hunt and electric light.  CORNER OK IVVAIUI A&B VEKNON S'l'S.. X'KLSON  BAKER.AND WARD STREETS. NELSON  Sawmill on Government wharf.  Factory and olllco, corner Hall street and C.P.R. track  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of first-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash,doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Ilcndryx street, Nelson  Telopitouo, 91  John Rae, Agent  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under ono  iimnagoiiiiinT siilco 1SK).    .  The beri-rboma aro  well furnished  and   lighted by  electricity.  Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.  The bar is always stockyd by the bostt donsoslici and  impbrted liquors and ciRars.  THO.MAS ftf ADDI3.V. Proprietor,  MeLEOD    HOTEL  Y1V1IR,   B.   C  ii.  W.  SMITH,   Proprietor.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS  Largo and well lighted Heated by hot at  Hoasonable rates        ��� Samplo rooms  Electric bolls and light in every room  Eenovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Propriotof  Kroe bus meets all trains RoualQ-rntfo   R  fi  Hourly ��f-r<W, car to station nBVeiMOKB,  O. U.  Night Grill Room in connection, for tho convenience of  guoats arriving and departing by night trains.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO,  .    . NELSON, II. C.  Cou"oc roasters aiid dealers in Tea and Coffee.  . OlPer fresh roasted cofToc of best quality as follows:  .lava and Arabian Muclm, per pound...;... ���? .10  .lava and Mocha Hlimd, 3 pounds..  ��������� .....,-"100..  ���F'liO Santos;-I pounds....; :   j 00  Santos Blond. 5 pounds   } Ml'  Our Special Hlond, (i pounds...;......,..-. ...........  I.tK'.  Our.llio 1 toast, 6 pounds ....;..;;......;.;.:. .1 00  ��� A trial.order solicited.    ���   -"���      ':H'i,���":'!���_.. ��� '. v';,;^;'.;  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East   of   Oddfellows   Block., ..West  Baker Steeat. .."...  Arriving this Week  2 Oars Early Breakfast Brand Kggs  1 Car Swift & Oo.'s Hams, liiicon  and Lard.  1 Car finest Creamery Butter in I !!!>  281b, and Still, boxcsiuid 111..'2l!>, and  nil) tins.  2 Cars of now Potatoes.  Wholesale Only.   Write or Wire for Prices  P. Burns & Co.  Head Ofj-mck at  NELSON, B. C  Wholesale and Retail   .   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  PARSONS  PRODUCE GO.  Nelson, R C.  ���  ���   ���  ROYAL SWAh ANT)  CIG-ABa  union; made  gar  Nelson,,BriM~h Coluinhia;  |. Co.  Wholesale Markets at JJelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood. ;  Rctiiil Jlarkcts at Nolson, Ka-sio, Sandon, Silverton, Now'Denver, Ymir, Trail, Grand Foiks,  Cascade, Greenwood, Midway, and Sirdar.  Mai! Orders Promptly Forwarded.  "     ������' .-' ��� -       ��� '��� i       | ���- ������������,���������      i I.-       �����-�����o    i      ,-i ���       ,i_      ���   ���.i.i.,m���    ���uiiii���. i    ������ .    ,M     ���   ���    -������  - i i���     ���in.iim.      ������  in.������^M^fc  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL k      r ''  FISH AMD POULTRY IN 0EASON  er street, jteison L 0. TOTES, Manager  'QUDljnS liy MAII. ilKCKlVB eA.H'Sr'OL AND' I^IOMI^T ATT^N'CIOJMt  W. P. DICKSON  H. H. AFPLEWHAITE  J. McPHBB  9  ASK FOB  St. Alice Mineral Water  from the famous Harrison Hot Springs. . . .  A COOL MEDICINAL BEVERAGE  Complete Electric EqttljJitjont.t fop Electric Power TfiinsnilsBipn ji��*i b'ljrht'ihfr'for Minos, Towns  Hllectric Fl-accures, Lamps*. Bells, Telephones. Arirfilncfiiiorfl, Btc.  P. O- Box 60rt. Josfliplithe Street, NelRon, B. O.  VTCWTUA  VANC >UVK��  NKLSON  Ifiorpe & Co.,  'tfMil'Kfi;  R REISTERER & CO.  BKKWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  flmivery -to t.hfr tir.idn.  Brewery at Nelson.  H. J). -Asheroft  BLACKSM5THING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  ���Adrni&^tori   Si   and  Arrangements have been completed for two performances in  Nelson on September 9th, by Lieutenant Dan Godfrey 's celebrated military band.   The performances will be held in the Nelson skating  rink in the afternoon and  evening.  AYafion repairing promptly attended to by a flrst-cliwri  whoeUvriKlil..    . ���     ���' '  'Special'attention Kiveii to all klmta ot ropairitiK.and  custom, work from outwido pointH.  Shop:   Hall Street, betweei) Baker and Vernon, Nelson  FURTHER    PARTICULARS    MAY    BE    OBTAINED    FROM  E  ANNABLE THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12,  1899.  Mail Orders Filled Same Bay as Received  STOCKS THE LARGEST IN KOOTENAY  Assayers' Supplies  Drugs and Drug Sundries  CRUCIBLES  BRUSHES,  every  kind  SCORIFIERS  SPONGES  CHEMICALS  TURKISH   BATH  TOWELS  CHEMICAL GLASSWARE  PATENT  MEDICINES  FLUXES of all kinds  PERFUMERY, best manufactured  FURNACES  FACE   POWDERS  BALANCES, best  makes  only  MANICURE   REQUISITES  Corner of Baker and Josephine Streets, NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA  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  NEELANDS'  EMPORIUM  It -will-be j^ly^uf��a-rxd}fjii}:itig6^ tijt sg<S "o&BVlacjjjc^  and cc)niplet&"���B,tioc.lct�����6f�� Bboi&" M$;"$lT<f&" ����,"'W�����'  carry tlie ?fdllowing. ijikh, \th. IfclV'BellVC"  I).-" King 'i��"\CQ^;"]S^r^r"',S-L"i^'r^'iio.(l";Q6if^a6t|i'n,  Schuity.; & ^o.^.-pfeferd- :;sii%��!!eo::?/Amps��;iipi-.���i  (len & Co.,' ,an"d*:.o;tb"firn"*l^^ " >  20 AND 28 WKST HAKKHj^ItK^l^KlJgpN^  38 J    5�� "f-- ' ��� '             " - -                     ���                                     ��  Bn    "  �� ��� "     - "           �� ��               $SD    IJdd"'���'���&���''  I     IICL MSABTHTJB' fe, O��--1'.'   I  �� i "  aS ...'.-.       -���"������    ���    '    -    -                  ,(S; ���          jg  as        as                                                        -... ��       is       m  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Several Burglaries Reported.  Notwithstanding   tho   police   and   the  vigilance of the night watchman engaged  by   a  number of business   linns to   look  after their premises at night, three stores  were successfully broken into during the  early hours of Friday   morning,  and  tins  burglars gob clean a-way without   leaving  any clue,so far tis is known.   A. r-Yrland's  dry goodsstore on .Maker street was one  of the  places entered.    In this  case the  robbers pried open  the back  door with a.  .jimmy, helped themselves to $ii in   snia.ll  change in the till and threq pairs of boots  and   then   took   their   departure by   the  back   door, which   they  were thoughtful  enough   to   shut.     There   were   several  people   sleeping   near,   but   they   hoard  nothing.      The     thieves     then     seemed  to     have      gone     across     the     street  and   tried  Hyde   <fc  Titsworth's  grocery  store.     They   effected   an    entrance   by  climbing through the   transom   over tlie'  back door, took the contents of  tlie  till,  $2;"),  and   went  out  through   the   front  door, which   they  left  open   this   time.  Their  next  visit  was  the  Palace   fruit  store, across the way.    They  apparently  had a. key which fitted the door, for they  went  straight  in.    The  proprietor  had  taken away all the cash before closing up,  so they were but  poorly   rewarded, only  getting a few. cigars.     They  overlooked  some nuggets, ..however.    There are various theories'as to  the  identity   of  the  thieves, some thinking they wore  people  left behind by the circus.    Others  think  that some of the toughs  who have boon  committing depredations in Rossland for  the past month or two are paying Nelson  a visit.    The police have a third   theory  and are working on what they believe to  be a clue.  The Cricket Game Today.  The following team has been selected  by the committee to play against the  Rossland team today, game to be called  at 11:15 sharp: Heathcofce, J. Elliott,  Brown, Forbes, Williamson, E. Wilson.  P. Elliott, Sword, Norcross, Wetmoreand  Jowett, with McCrae and 'Walker spare  'men. The ground is reported in bad  shape. It seems that the circus people  paid J. E. Amiable to put the grounds iji  as good condition as they were before  they were used for the circus, and he has  failed to do so. .-;.....������  The street railway is making its presence,-felt  on  Baker  street,   where the  who paid his membership fee, has secured a contract for the construction of  lifty miles of the Ontario & .Rainy River  railway. The contract is to be completed within a. year.  The followingewas handed Tun Tui-  nrxi'! for publication : "Most of the people of Nelson saw at Alain's show the  tiny horse and the big man. It would be  worth their while to take a trip along  the <J. I\ I!,, track between the station  ami the shipyard ami see (he big man  pushed back and forth over the track on  a push car by old and young men, and  small men as well. A sample of gentle!  humanity."    -  Judge I'Yn-in will be in chambers today  at !()..'>() a..i\, when he will dispose of  various pending interlocutory matters.  It. is to be hoped that the committee of  the Nelson cricket club will get their  ground in order in time,so that the Rossland team will not have to prepare the  pitch themselves, as they had to last  time they came over to play Nelson.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Six-room furnished house to let on Mill  street.   Address Box Iii, Nelson.  To Let���Two offices in Aberdeen block.  Apply l.o Hour Urns.  To Lot���The building corner Ward  and Victoria slrcicl.s~ivRonl.ly occupied by Cliui'lcs II.  Ink.   Apply to Beer Bros.  To Lot���Neatly furnished rooms at  tho corner of Wjinl mid Vielorin slroet.s. Apply loA.  If. Clements.  For Rent���The residence at the corner  of Victoria.'ind Ward streets, now ocrup'rd liy W. A  ivliiedoimHI, will lie Tor rent after t.ho lfll.li instant:.  Apply to A. II. Clements.  Furnished room to  rent.    Apply  Tri-'  bunooflice. ,  DEALERS IN  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails ���._,  Paints, Oils, G-lass  ca  en  oo  CO  3=  CO  ���I  ca  us  JUST  An Entire Car of  j3BBgS  From George Gale & Son  A Large Shipment of  Baby Carriages  Ifr  .t^qasll ��t��a|fc ifefflfe-t.^il^u^e^^. ^p^iux4  icqiiKQis.inau^Ili/cfe.; .Sinalr, ;��i,n;n ��� ,yest��i\da,yJj.  foii::1i|s::^|:���ef��jH, .&# -'%^us^:&ffd."thi||:  ��� (DiU'eiigtlVl^ Mf thtfo",ibf)n oner $fe "13Sye-irS\:ap^  ,jjjjj}����iiigfo.b^^ bifte,  jfcltc" ��^0^V��. dis,epiv'4rBu jp>"Xuidl jii��t ftiqfr0��  ���jn^y-yitQsj'jai^,  .;" .,     n \- ���" /V-   -  ;_���'": "  ���."n��'lii-ls:��'y')6iii^ agent |��H  .(5>i? ,��0auifsoj-i, ",$)(�� tiiilX\^^��,^oirl^fi;ctor',; wns/*  ���'Cii i t^ww.=#,B��tg-x1%.": ���,'I11' X'&fiox% 4h,a-'t�� tife i  .|*t',ilnj;i^  �����j.-p1i$' "���-]> ���pvfae$$#3i$- i\\pifl]j�� ��� ^eiU'lsQuls-  eojistructroircanil.ri;inas been liioft-tTli-oiii',  i WuncaU  Gity Jive liirles further up the;  ���\\i\e,   -ds.  o ,' .a ,.b  o    n    :���������..���  .; ��� ������ A ���^^���il.^Qf'^e*|^o]!s:olt". scho;ol bntsrd'  >\!i)'.^ held yektOi'day,;^. wiiAcli Oe'or^e,w���  'Olivrlse  was" apiM��i:u%j}:d ��Spco'n;d" assistant'.  tejui6hel'ju.i)(l Miss ��� J^ate Scauloii tcacliet- of l  ���tlia  sixtii   rtepavtilieiit.������' The   cleslcs-or-  det-ed  :Fp'v  tli;e two  n'0\v-rooiiisj liaye not  arrived, an<l  as School opens on Monday,  teiiipofary ari:aivgexneftts *yill be in ado-.     '  The pxseiii-gioji of" tlio Canadian I'fess  AsfsoCrjittiQii, eoilsisting of about one jlini-  Nl-rod=ai-Kl=At!t^'edIfeorS=oJrr.bhe=]effclijT'g=Gfl'!5^  O'rii OaniidiiMi iicnvspapei-s, will arrive in  Nelson on the morning of August 20th,;  alul will I'eniaili here foi- a da.y. The  party is iu cliilrge of A. 15. Laloiule, tritv-  tiling pivssengcr agent of: the GauadiiUi  Pacific railway at Montreal.  Daii MoGiiivray, theweUkliown bridge  builder of V^tnooiivci- and tile only member of the Society of Knotcnrty I'ioneet-s  wmtji mm fflPDT  Corner Hakpr nijtl Wurd, StreuljH.  WatcrilielotH, Iflno Applet, and nil other Fruits  in season received rinily.  ���)  OO  OO  CJ  CO  oo  CO  C3  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Kail Street and City Wharf.  ^re You Going for a Holiday?  Why, yes;  on a fishing excursion and I intend to  huy my tackle from  The Lawrence Hardware Co.  Who keeps thd best and cheapest goods in Nelson  IT PAYS US to deal squarely with  you and to represent our goods and  methods just as they are. It pay's us  to-  strive   for  excellence    in   quality,  ^o^l^^lffe^fm^igs^"^  ' i'$ifctt^Y^&^l^ceMllS^''  \, a|ri;i nje1 ;,qm llffl :e : of," fi n e - go I d; VjeweJ ry,  ���-$MWp'tu%s?��nio-ci"ritihg&  .-grriouiWpf<".--m&  i;r^onq;Sjj stonej ���ringsf' 1o:oSeffl diamonds��s "���  )apdf:6t [^'-".il^jjb-tf^ S'tgips-i' ^fe*- jp^e���r  ; jt rio�� 6"uh fc.usfpjrii-^",t4,\ig1;v.e,4iii'^  fbesf mad"e.ancl.thfe mds't'sfv'ijsli" goods-;  j.we can."buy.'. ���0;yr rri"ianufact'Ufed'gooaS.  *%t\rp  pf���"^t:tfjjs;ikiridy^Sfl^^QfcU'-.of���  .^S^aJll^d-i^nio^^^ri'ngS'vjs1' ^"&^c'i��i-ly>''4,tf  4'|i$ic"tiye- *sci;b"d'"; "p'rie-eC e-q"u;a!)y" Mb] "aWcj'-,  you p'we 'it tp "yduMelf - to  boy" goods  ,fpt\as little; mori?i.&5f sasVpos'slbl-eV "VYrite",  wire, or teiephdhe" tis;" we  are -always  /at "lYp'mg^tpvpup.. Clistpmerg;"     . "   ,���v    f  ;'���" -A,   PEV^   NEW,  LINES .REeEiviD  THIS   WE*EK;    fabife -tamps, Fiano,,  liamps-, Xab'lS and   PianP ii^mp Sprn-;  bined," Jareliriierfis, jyiirclibiere "Tables, ]  iijire ..Sets, . Umbrella  -StandSj:" Lfestter  Racks, Paper Hplders^ Photo frames,  Ash Trays? BrorizeSj Vases and Pitch-  ers, of all descriptions, Sconces,  Mirrors, and :Gand,elabras;   also  a .large  :c_o ns f sgn jn.e n.t__Q.f__ Pat'lb ri_Lam ps ^ a n d  WE STILL HAVE A FEW HAMMOCKS LEFT  which we are! selling at a" snap  ALL KINDS OF CAMPING SUPPLIES  ,W\;  rf-'^rers  Tefephphes .10 and 4t:    Postoffjce Bpx K & W  From The Gendron Mnfg. Co.  I '' I X). . M^ABTHTJB   &   CO. 1     |  rove  el  NEAR FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT  ZsTELSOISr  Hazlewood Ice Cream  lee Cream Soda and  Milk Shakes and Buttermilk  Sweet Cronm received TnoKilnys nnil Fridays  Lciivtj your oxlurw.   Pronntt delivery  MILLS &LOTT  Agents fo  iJw.Towood Ico Cream.  e  A'  Fancy Globes*  As we only employ the most skilled  watchmakers, we will guarantee all  work satisfactory.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler.  mm .wmm wm  ��� 14    ...  EAST BAKgR STREET  ��� 14  ���  WEST BAKlER STREET  COFilT JIOtJSE, &0'SSIiANDt B. C.  FOR  ICE  CREAM, AND-.FRESH  FRUIT  OF  ANY KIND.  Gome in and try our Ice Cream Soda and  Kefreshing Drinks.  Next Door to  P. Burns & Co.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  THE   FINEST   PLEASURE   RESORT   IN; KOOTENAY  THE GRANVILLE: SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver, B. C.  Boarding and day school for girN will rc-openon tlio  1/il.li day of Aiigiixl.   Viivjincicri for boiirdcrs.   lor ternirt  SE/V1 K)) 'I'lilNDlvUSj, tironorly ondorpod, will bo re-  enivud by I ho Itonorirblu the Chief Coimuisidmior  fif I.niKtft mid \V0rUs. Violoriii. 11. ���., u|> lo 12 "OPH or  .Momtity, HieSlut Aiitrusljiicst, for the ��re(!tiou awl completion W u COlU't 1 lollsa ill, itbsslnn'd. It. c.  Drawings, Sijcuiljc-n tioii.-', urtri. <,onditions of toiidoriiiK  and eontract limy bosceii-ill. tho Trftvijieinl Govuitn.mun'1.  Gflices at Viotoirld, Vinieonyer. Itosslniid, and Nels'on, 15*  0. on aiid after tho 27th iiialam.  Ifliieb toiuloi- must bo ncoonipiinlcd by an ncceptod bunk  cheelv or corlifluateof deposit mndo iwyjsblo to the ini^  sltrned, .cqiitil to fl tier cent of tlio ainoulit of thti tender, ivs  s-ctirity for I he (luo l'lilllllilient of the contract, which  shall bo fbifcilud If Iho pilrty tendering duclinrs to fiti(<-r  into coiil raut -\vhew called upon lo d<J so, or if ho fail to  complete the work con Ira- letr for. .The chocks of tho un.  successful tenderers will be returned to tlicin upon the  cxeoiitlon of the eonlract.  Tenders will not be considered unless madcoijfc on the  forms supplied, and signed with the actual signature of.  the tendcrurs.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily ncceptod.  W. S. GOKM,  Deputy Coinmissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria. B. C.��� 21st July. ISO!).  and praspccLuH ii|ij��Iy lo  M)KH01SKhLK KHUN, I'rincijiiil.  Re Goat River Mining Division.  ISTOTICEl  That the above mihiiiK division has been extended by  the arlditimi of all that part of the Ainswortli MimliK  Division lying south of the height.of lard between  Gray's and Crawford (-reeks, thence westerly to Oraw-  fovd ilay, thetiee eroskiiiK ICootenay Lake to Proctors  1'osiil. ^   The olllco el this enlarged "Goat Kivcr Division    is  now Ioc-tled at Kuskonook,-whcrojlhe mining recorder  '.will be found in altcndanco during olllco lours.  .1. If'lllCD 11UMK, Minister of Which.  AugustSUi; 1SW.      . '      -  MAINV -NBW eusToiviaR^s  Are added to our fist each and every month* This month has  been an exceptional One^ the number of new customers far ex*  ceeds any previous month, and we can safely say we still continue to hold the old Ones. This is surely ample proof of who  does the leading business, where it is done and how the people  not only in Nelson, but surrounding towns, appreciate the manner in which we serve them. Our stock of fancy goods is by far  the most complete in Nelson.  IVX.   De&Brls&y   &���   Co,  FRUIT JARS!  Direct  from the manufacturer  half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock  FRUIT JARS!  in pints, quarts,  and  JOHN -A. IRVING & COMPANY  . '���   . . Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C  IFL-CraMCBJBKS,  ETC.  .OPEEA   HOUSE.; BLOCK

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