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 ANOTHER TRANS - CO  Railway to be Built Across Canada.  Niflw York, August 15.���A special to  the Tribune from Montreal says: The  amounts voted at the session of parliament -which has just closed in aid of railway projects aggregated over $0,000,000.  Not for fifteen years has there been so  great a sum voted for such purposes.  The bulk of this money goes to roads  that are to form link's of a new transcontinental lino iu opposition to the Canadian Pacific. These roads are- under  separate managements and there are still  large gaps between them.  The plan calls for a line from Quebec  to Port Simpson, on the Pacilic. Starting from the former city there is a railway known as the Great Northern,  which runs southwesterly to Joliette, and  is now being extended westward to join  the Canada Atlantic system at South  -Indian, the Ottawa fiver being bridged  a,t JTawkesbury to permit this being  done.  The Canada Atlantic road runs Avost-  Aviird to Oopot harbor, on Georgian bay,  and the great lakes will lie utili/.cd for  the present as far as Fort'William, near  the head of Lake Superior.  From that point there is now in process of construction a road which will m\(\  at 'Winnipeg, running through the rich  Rainy river country and skirting the  Minnesota boundary, encroaching upon  tliat state for a distance of thirty miles.  This road is known as the Ontario <fc  Rainy River road, and to aid its construction parliament has just voted $1,000,000.  In addition handsome subventions have  been voted bythe legislatures of Ontario  and Manitoba toward the sections falling  within their territory. Altogether tn'o  combined subsidies to this line will  amount to more than $11,000 a mile.  At Winnipeg the Ontario and Rainy  River road will meet tlie Northern Pacific-, which runs westward to Portage la  Prairie, a distance of 00 miles. There  begins the Canadian Northern, owned by  the proprietors of the Ontario & Rainy  River road. It runs northward aiuLwestward for a distance of some 400 miles.  There is a subsidy for this and additions  are being made every year, its objective  point is Edmonton, in the far northwest.  - To another company, supposed, to be  simply an alias for Mackenzie & Mann,the  owners of the Ontario & Rainy River,  there has been granted a charter with a  subsidy of $0200 a milc'for the construction of a road from Edmonton Avestward  to   the  Yellowhead   pass,   through   the  WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  dollars in bank bills last night. The  money had been sent by the Banrpie  Nationale to its branch there, it arrived  late in the evening and as the express  company's safe was not in order the  agent put it in the cellar of the station.  This evening it was gone. This is the  third time inside six years the station  has been robbed. On the first occasion  the safe was cracked and $7000 stolen.  The second time $8200 wa,s taken ai  station burned to cover the crime.  $7000 more   is   missim  d the  Now  The  thieves   in  the first two robberies were never caught.  ^:^m^^P^mi4immik^ : *��� .tf; - r: *;;  ��J^ill0.4%��iiit#��"{W��f'\vi-li 'be *o7rfpo.sed 'of see-  Mints &f" tlte;Gr.e/at if^i'-bfrQW,. G)t3nadk A!t>  ,ian:tic;the,'-On'ta.nd"��& lljajiny RrSer tSdfrd-  .aVijJ" the 'Ci-rnadjalv Nniltliej'ii'," 'W.ftHi ���t:}ien  "igrgil*livkcs, as,-a .e;oH|iG^'i>ig/iiH'li.  it will  ���" fbiJoi.v'ctosSi.Y'>the"r(>titeji\,id";oii:ib .for 'tile'  . "CiHiadiy.p"i!i^iS&;4)ht,*liG' iljIieHge #iij, lie  - ha nin6lt:g;is;<^ ���fevwlly h��d&  "to, fie",Jtu, B'fl^triVe,,Koiii:putit6r i'or   pas$e;il-  g.e'r traffic; "     . - ;' ��"  ,,  Quebec 'will b�� the eastern t0i'iniinis in  .sji nil her .arid in  winter the  new?  bridge  �� across the St. Lawrence a# Qnehoc, will  nlforal access; to the gqvel-nniemt railway.  . Avhicli riiiis to11:hijilf;t,X, and- Bt.- John.  Tlie bridge' is to eyoss tlie St.-, Lawrence,'  SO Miles" aboVeY Qdsbec, % will cost  $,10d,��)00, and one-fourth of tllis aihmnit  ��� has' just been contribtitod t>y the Can-  adian parliament. Tliecompany holding  the charter announces that Avork will be  begun within the next two  months,and  ^itjAop^^tA-iAnjyicJ^^  Brought Suit to Recover Wages.  Special-1/> The Tribune.    -  Yam a, August hi.���The case of the  miners against the Ymir Mines, Limited,  came up for hearing before A. L. Knox,  J. P., today. F. Elliot, of the law firm  of Elliot <fe Lennie of- Nelson, appeared  for the company; the miners were not represented by counsel. Elliot raised several technical points and the case was  adjourned until tomorrow. The miners  were hired at Sudbury, Ontario, and  were informed by the agent who hired  them that there was a scarcity of laborers in the Nelson district and that there  was no trouble whatever between employers and employees. Their railroad  fares were advanced by the Ymir Mines,  Limited, and tlie managers of tho company are seeking to withhold the amounts  advanced as fares from the wages earned  by the men, who have quit the company's  employ. ��      -.  Shooting Scrape in Ymir.  Special to The Tribune.  Yaiir, August 15.���Albert Maslonka.,  the Austrian shoemaker of Nelson, who  was robbed by a Russian last week, ran  amuck here today and opened fire in the  bar-room of tlie Hotel Ymir. He was  here, looking for tlie missing Russian, and  got into trouble Avith an Italian named  Falsetto over the change for a drink.  High words and then blows were exchanged, whereupon Maslonka drew a  32-eaiibre Smith & Wesson revolver and  fired two shots, fortunately without effect. He was immediately seized by two  iiieii andjconstab]e Fo^r res.ter, avI^o, Avas; oji n  LYNCH WAS THE STAR PLAYER  In Yesterday's Game.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, August 10.���Nelson's lacrosse  team was defeated by the James Ray  club today after a rather closely contested match in Avhich Victoria scored  four goals to Nelson's three. The feature  of tho first-five games was the play of  Lynch at point and the Aveakness of the  Nelson home. "When play aviis commenced for tlie sixth game there Avere  but .'34 minutes' time in Avhich  tlie Nelson boys had to overcome a score  of four goals to one. They decided to  rush things as much as they could, and  Lynch Avas taken out from point and  placed in the home field, Thompson replacing him at 'point.. The advantage of;  the change Avas made manifest in that;  the defence remained fairly strong, AArhile  the home Avas given a-new lease of life.  Nelson secured the sixth game in seven  and a half minutes and the seventh game-  in exactly seven minutes. There Avas just;  half a minute left Avhen the rest Avas  taken out after the seventh game, and  the Nelson boys Avent out in the forlorn,  hope that they might be able to tie the?  score before the Avhistle bleAv, but in this  they Avere disappointed. Following is the  summary of the game:  HENDERSON TO BE ELECTED ON  2    AVon by  O  1���Victoria..  2--Nelson....  II���Victoria..  I���Vietorlii.  5���Victoria..  (I���Nelson   7���Nelson....  Scored by  ....."...AVhito.....   Porrier...   -. ..Smith    Stephen...   White....'  ... .....Tch"n    JellW......  Time   lo minutes  ��� '���'...2 minutes'   17 minutes:     .5 minutes;   7 niiiiut>!K-   7V minutes!  .'.'.. ..7 minutcH  Ren wick.  years.  Bubonic Plague in Europe.  RuN'i'A D.iSf, Cada, Azores, August la.���  All coniiiiunieation.s between the Azores  Islands and Portugal lias been interdicted on account of the seeming cases of;  bubonic plague Avjiich li'iVv& been discovered at Oporto. No. vessels, merchandise  or mails from Portugal aviII bo admitted  . at any of the ports of these islands.  - CaniSRM, Spain, August IfS.^-Qiiarantine lias been declared against all por-  ttigiise ports on account of the suspicious  sickness at .Oporto.  Madrid. August 15.���The Ga/.etle to-  morrow Avill announce a, quarantine on  everything arriving from Portugal.  Sanitary Measures have been established  on tho frontier for the protection of  travelers.  Oporto, August 15.���Since the outbreak of the plague, here, there have  been tAveuty-sixcases and eleven, deaths  from tlie disease.   Bad Cricket at Montreal.  Montreal... August 15.���The Belmont  Cricket Club opened today a tAvo day's  match AA'ith the Montreal Cricket Club.  The cricket Avas not particularly good,  the features being the batting of Cregar  of the Behnonts, avIio scored 25), and the  boAvling of Montreal. Eight Avickets  Avent down for 8S runs. Watson 13 and  Leach 10, both of the Bcbnonts, were the  only other double, figure scores. Montreal Avas retired in tlie first innings for  47, Avhile Belmont only got together 82.  In Montreal two Avickets had fallen for  24 Avhen the stumps were draAvu.  Joliette Depot Robbed Again.  Montrioai,, Aug. 15.���The C. P. R. station  at Joliette was robbed of seven thousand  ���ds*61;it5[iitel^  ������ ����-  .;.iTi-a^|.raying.;N6ty ".  *���   ^Safi^fej^t-ry'H'eralils *"��"   ����" p   " ��� ���  '.'Cbii",fcra^i,y'��'it'6' tko-i-iiin^ri iti r'Jtilway"pcir-'  dlW' la,sJt"AV.eb:%,"''tr,aucklaye,i)ig Ah "th^LSoote^:  .iiiVy 'Vail'fey Vvii-l'l 'coiijineiifee in a^'l^o^-fi'-li-itie"  ' ��� r|Vi;o|);)a).Uly "wifcljiiii "teiin naysi/��:Tiw4liEt%��''  "jii)ierc]:trs,lof"''S.^el"diaATe.��al-i'e ari-iVed^'  nl\fl -uiOrS' are- pit i'ljfe A^ayrj^ifj^ -AVSilKiH'b^*.-  liiably. .85-ijjsjmi-Q*' ,t& Vaj'ri-i^a" '-a's" s*fii"��fe "af'1'  ,neeude"d, ' F|vp."raius\of s$��$^^  a-mile pf" .fracks   ��AJ-i iiiii^i-taKt 'cha'nge"'  ^va.s made tliis"w(5ek ill  the  ^lgineei-ihg  department fif thelyooteuay Valley raili  Way, Nf 15. fli;i];te:i5,,fornierlyi dhief Qiigiiteer  o| tlie roadi, aiid Iatei* cliief Qnglneei' of  thG Greitt N^iM-thei-n, resumed Iiii^ old pos!iT  tiim  as  cliief off the  Eftotoiiay galley,  A^iyii W. XL. Ivj;ioAvltou, resigucSd.  Cuttinfi; Rates.  OijiCA,go, Jliiiiois, August  15.���Tmhor-  row-' the  Fl-ie  .rai'hvay Avili  anii;ounc6 a  rate of JsilO.SO for t\\0, round trip between  Gj)jcago ;tnd Ne^^ York,    TlierjjjgjvtLPre^  sent no l-oiind'tl-iinjetween Chicago Mid  New York, the standard one Avay rate  being $20. Tlie rate to be niadd by the  Erie is therefore less than single fare.  At the same time corresponding rates'  Will be iiiade from all intermediate points  to Ne:vv York. It is the general opinion'  that the action of the Erie will' stir up  the liveliest kind of a fight on rates between Chicago and New York.       Suddenly Smitten Down.  ��AiAHA, Nebraska, Augtist 15.���tinited  States senator Hay ward, Avas sti-ieken  with apoplexy today at BroWnvillo, Nebraska. Senator Hayward Was- to liave  been one of the speakers at a Woodmen's  picnic. He had just been, called upon  and was. on the point of rising Avhen;  seized Avi th an attack of apoplexy, lie fell  unconscious. After two hours tlio senator again became conscious, although his  condition Avas still quite serious. There  Avtis ti large crowd at the picnic, and the  sudden illness of the senator almost  caused a panic.  Bilked as Well as Arrested.  Viis'nna, August 15.���August Mosetig,  not Kosetig, as previously cabled, the  government railway official, avIio Avas arrested here charged Avith stealing the  emergency mobli/ation plans and delivering tliem to a man named ZiboAvorski,  who, it was. alleged, communicated them  to agents of France and Russia, has fully  confessed. He said he sold tlio plans for  200 florins to the man, avIio fled Avithout  paying for them.  Reception for Dewey.  Nrav York, August 15.-���The resolution  for appropriating $150,000  for  admiral  Dewey's reception  AA'as  passed today by  the board of aldermen. i  Negotiations Are  Still Pending.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, August 15.���Galliher and  Straehan had a conference Avitli the members of the Semlin executive today upon  the several questions which the city desires to have settled as betAveen the city,  the Provincial government aiid the  Canadian Pacific railway.'."' Although nothing definite in the  Avay of a reply has been re-.  icelyed,/, "tlie"-" ^ind^eati'on^'i". -lift'e^rfi^vbrabje'!  ifffo^fc'^  i'-AriBtlfeiyineel^^  itlie'.gbve1Siinien1tfOnf2tl.ifesS&^  $&pmtiiiW"'t>h; Vttttef^6jr���^u*c>ilQni^r"M;b^  JToseph .ClMiJibSrlaiii, ��to) lief pi". tfi^a - pjbiiit,  ci)nii)Iission. "tlie1:{e:ltectj;d��Jsftk "f^ajic^i^j.M-.;  ;fottos nJiSn "tlie.-statu!.^ flie;'.Kj;tkCu"4''e%n,-"  %#& k��b yef"|'<idn;,-s(|i|t4t"4��� |ir.; MJ|'iai *ii|-'.  n-e^^-ik;j%h"^i'0^/Qo|ii'Hi^i^iy^  Alrl'D'a.:   ;T,hfe,%va\ib(is���ala"i,'|iiing riiinoj--s;'i|i"'  eirculatioii-are, lidweA?eis,f witllOiife-fOiijrda-  -ti'qit.   -....' ���. ,"     .  LdN Po^ August l;5;f^-The; Pai I y Ch roi ii-  | cje,, Avliiolia'egj^tlaigQiaerid^B^fel^ ^irfcii-  al distnissallas ^aii'iiid^iqaitubii, that the  country is hreiiif hiu-i-je'd into w.ar," says  liis ofieuse Ava-s. that he spoke" '^ rough,  Av'di'dis hi tru th about that precious organization, tlie South African, league-  We are convinced tliat he acted for the  honor .and clear interests of the empire."  The Daily Mail says that  general  lord  Garnet, Wolseley, the cohiniiander-imcl'iief  has   sanctioned   one   huudrecl    Volunte-  ws'af^'fclreiboTClCT  South Africa in tlie event of Avar.  Tho Eight-Hour Law.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria, August 15.���It is reported in  Victoria tonight that F. J. Munn of the  Kaslo it Slocan raihvay has retired from  the political contest in Nt.i\v Westminster  in favor of R. L. Reid, the lawyer. Munn  Avas regarded as the most formidable  candidate and the circumstance that ho  has dropped out is taken to mean that  the opposition fight .against Henderson  will be merely formal.  The goA-ernment -will accept responsibility for the eight-hour legislation, and  Avill defend the same in the Westminster  campaign. This -will be the, chief issue  in the contest, if the legislation has  ruined the province, and the people of  AVestmi lister are not all fools, there should  be a A^ei-dict against the government. It  is safe to say, however, that no such verdict Avill be rendered. Rknavick.  Going to South Africa.  London, August 15.���Major-general sir  William Francis Butler, Avho, it AVas announced, yesterday in a despatch to the  Associated Press from Capetown, would  bo relieved as commander of the British  troops iii South Africa as the result of  his alleged Boer sympathies, has been recalled and sir Frcd'oriek Walker has been  appointed to replace liii-n. Walker is regarded as one of the ablest generals in"  the arlny, and liis appointment is therefore taken to indicate that the situation  is the more grave. On, Thursday next  general Walker will (ionic to London to  receive final instructions-.  Dreyfus Writes to Labori.  Rknnbs, August 15.��� Dreyfus lias  written two letters to Labori. The first,  written on hearing the news of the attempt to murder the lawyer, is a spontaneous expression of his shocked feelings.  The second is a touching epistle expressing the prisoner's regret at the outrage,  profound gratitude to Labori for his  heroic championship, and heartfelt wishes for his speedy recoA'ery.  Baseball Games Yesterday.  Buffalo 12, Grand Rapids 3.  Detroit 8, Indianapolis 2.  Minneapolis 8, St. Paul 5.  Chicago 1, Philadelphia 2,  Washington 3, St. Louis S.  Hates the Jews.  Paris, August 15.���M. Guerin this even  ing displayed an anti-semitic tricolor flag  on the roof of the anti-scmite headquarters.    On the Hag Avas a motto  reading,  "France for Frenchmen." ...,,���.���,..��� ,'  NELSON. '   :. '  The Avater in the lake has fallen seven  feet since it reached high water mark.  Principal Soady of the Nelson public  school reports that twenty-five new  pupils joined the reopening of the school  th is Aveek.  F. W. Peters says that all the contracts  for the supply of cars, material, etc., for  the street railway have been let, and that  the Nelson street railway will be the best  appointed line of its size in Canada.  R. O. Matheson, editor of the Silver-  tonian, Avas married yesterday at ten  o'clock in St. Saviour's church, Nelsonj to  Miss Ida Walker, daughter of captain  W. J. Walker of St. Hyacinthc, P. Q.,  Rev. H. S. Akehurst officiating. Mr. and  Mrs. Matheson leave this morning for  Silverton, Avhere they Avill take up their  residence.  Born at Nelson yesterday, to the Avife  of John McLennan of Carbonate street, a  son. /o  A. W- McCune of Salt, Lake, Utah, is  registered at the Phair. He is accompanied by a son and daughter. Mr. Mc-  ���Cune is ���a-large o\Ynnpi; in several of the.  ^Slb;(|aifi-ii'r^^,p.sslan;d1^^  fETaSv^^H .^SMJI^^llbl": barj^^'ghops;. jtiii^rd  '^4lil:tS^-^��S^^  Ifeing-^-ft^JMici'J |^rve/^cllg;iriC;":|wft^'fey^  .charge'nlt^fie'it.sf^ t^h'i 'a-'shaVie-aiuL.asdol-  'iitKfpr^vllj^iti/ii-t.; ";    .   -...-.-. ������;:..  ^'""K'oiv^liJvt t,lie-'d3alv-ei* s-treoB. brTd|fe is :be-  i-hg tffr.n: ftp ���a1tol!'�� strcn^tl-fencd tox-a-rry  F;tlil;,s,ti:eert ifiilw-ay^thd" tliat, !the)'e' "i&n lV��\t.'  .���Sl^sp.of1 nnid  on   tilre" -strec't* ;the, (SounftiP:  ;���rs1ioiild take st'0ps*- t0.nnia^e a^.eejtiijMrtti'y-;  Jcrogsiiig' reasoiia'b'ly p;ksab;le fbr.'ljiillies:  ;^|lfQgslaiid"A\-!itrcei^r^t6 Labot Day oil  ft'SijXteniber ���ftlva^iul 5'tfi.   .      "�� -"  '.""pliiof o'f-pi-bviu.e'iar"pT)lje0:Bnllbckn-W0l!)^  : -sigf itfiid1 special eonstaMe K&lfy feave in  tjlie nipruing with Pas'to, joln-i L&roho antl  %,"%. Lyons. Pasto Avill ��ftt6i:upon Ids  ..lifp. serite'tfce at the pcnite'fttiai-y, Avhere  LeVoWe is also booked fci-ii sojourn of  t\vo A*eairs. Lyons \VilI fee taken to the  asylum -   '  Anti-SeiHites Give Trouble.,  pAhjS, Angti.stt 15.���iM. Grieriil, president of the auti-Seinitic! league Avho with  liis sympathisers, lias been b.arraeaded  Since Sa.turdiiy in the-offices of the< loa'gne  and still holds out, tin's morning is  Mo\y_.  interview afterwards M. Lasces denied  that he Avas in charge of any negotiations or represented either side. He  said he Avas simply acting on his oavh responsibility because he Avas anxious to  a.void strife. There was considerable excitement, accompanied by demonstrations, .in rue Charbold, in the course of  the evening, and the police made several  arrests.  The Czar's Manifesto.  St. Pctkrsiwrg, August M.���Emperor  Nicholas has issued the following imperial  order to the Russian minister of finance,  M. DoWitt: "Owing to the groat possessions of Russia in Europe and Asia it has  been possible Avith trhe help of God to effect a rapproachment between the peoples of the Avest and tho east. Through  the friendly.attitude of China Aye haA'e  succeeded in attaining our historic aim,  having obtained the use of two Chinese  harbors,, Talen-Wan and Port Arthur,  with a large territory, whereby an outlet for the Siberian railway to the  Yellow sea is secured. "Thanks  to tlio Avisdom of the Chinese government Ave shall through the rail-.'  Avays in course of construction be united  to China, a result which gives all nations  the immeasurable gain of easy communication and lightens the operations  of the Avorld's trade. Through  your uiiAvearyiug care for the  general Aveal Ave . have deemed it  necessary, after completing the raihvay,  to declare Talieu-Wau a free port during  the Avhole period of the treaty for the  merchant ships of all nations, and to  build a new city in. the neighborhood of  the said port."  Labori Will Recover Soon.  ..RrNxVKS, August 15.���At eight c'o'cloek  this evening maitre Labori Avas removed  in an ambulance to the residence of. pro--  lessor Basel), in a Suburb of Rennes: He  stood the journey Avell, although naturally fatigued. The doctors are extremely  hopeful of a speedy recovery, but consider it would be unwise for him to return to court until there is  absolutely:    no   ^danger     ofJ    relapse.  SLOCAN MiNlNC AND LOCAL NEWS  A Strike of Good Dimensions.  Neav Denvkr, August 15.���The recent  strike on the Lost Tiger group is turning  out to be of much larger dimensions and  import than at first supposed, and the indications now are that it -will turn out  one of the banner properties of the camp.  So far but one Avail has been cut, Avith a  showing of eight inches of clean ore and  two and one-half feet of concentrating  mineral. This ore is of the uniform  grade of the camp, and will net substantial returns. It apparently is tho apex  of a big chute below, Avhich subsequent  work Avill no doubt demonstrate. The  surface indications Avere not A'ery prepossessing, but a gain of 20 feet exhibited  bunches of galena appearing in the  quartz, accompanied by iron. This has  given way to the mineral uoav in evidence, and every foot gained increases  and improves the shoAving. Mr. Clever  has been asked to place figures on tho  property for an English company, but  has not yet done so, as he is inclined to -  Avork it himself, Avith New Denver as his  home basis. !  T. Reid caine in  yesterday from  Ten-  mile; bringing a sack of rock Avith liimt  from the Gatineau aiid Sinicoe group, adjoining    the   Enterprise.    The   crosscut  tunnel is iu sixty feet, and  on  Saturday  Reid broke into mineral-bearing.- ground.  There  is  close to four feet of quartz, ���;  heavily charged with galena, with" a decided   impiTwement   as   the'tunnel ap--  proaches the hauging.wall..   Tlie vein on  this group is upwards of twenty  feet  in  Avidth, Avith most encouraging surface indications on  the hanging wall.     Work,  Avill be continued to demonstrate the extent of this latest strike.  Ground sluicing on the Coin Fraction,  near the Chambers group is uncovering  a large amount of galena float from the  wash, Avhich is being sacked up and ;  shipped. Assayer Wilson of Sandon is  the owner, and he iskeeping a small force  of men employed on the claim. An ef--^;  fort is being made to consolidate the Coin  Fraction Avith a claim just above it and  owned by Messrs Bolander aud Van Dorn  of this town. ���  W. F. DuBois, manager of the Arlington and the representative of much capital, yesterday asked  the  owners of  the  Queen Fraction, on the  Galena Farm, to  submit  their-'terms  to him for  either a ^  bond or a cash call.    The Queen Fraction  is on the lake shore, and has the.Noouday^-  lead exposed upon it.     Messrs Mathesoi)^  Strickland and Send of New  Denver ai-e-^  Mieloj#nfeiS.lS^;B-^ "K^ ^'"> ��*''M^  -Wf&��tl^^u#iii  -**�����.;* ."."8*��,.��>.."��!?,"       '   regarded as aiVoiTtlaw,! insensate and rebellious. 'Three inmates attempted to  leave tlie house this niOrning and wiu'o  proinptly arrested. They ware all armed to the teeth carrying loaded six shooters and hatchets, and Avearing brass  knuckles. The leading Jews of Europe  are endeavoring to form an international  association for their defense against  a crusade Which is expected against Jews  after tlio Dreyfus trial, Is nnded.  M., Waldeek'llousseau 'conferred several  times during tlie day with M. Lupine, the  prefect of the police, and in consideration  Of tile fact that recourse to. force in tljo  arrest of M. Guerin (night lead to a use-  loss sacrifice of life, entailing still graver  denlonstnitiioiis at tlie obseipiles of the  victims, the premier decided not to-tsxpn.se  tho life of any man, soldier, policeman  or fireman, but to leave Al. Guerin it  choice between self-im prison men t and  arrest. Meanwhile it looks as though  this affair Avon Id have a rather  tame ending, as the friends of  Al. Guerin are busying themselves to  rescue liim from an impossible and foolish  ]>osition. M. Stevens, son of the Avell  known, artist, obtained from the government a permit to enter M. Gnorin's house  and advised him to surrender at discretion, assuring liim that no one doubted  courage, but that he ought not to compromise his friends and the cause by  placing human life at stake. AI. .Joseph  Lasces, anti-Semite deputy for Forges, who Av.as furnished with  a similar permit, A-isiled AI. Guerin  at 9 o'clock this evening, and  conferred with him for three-quarters'of  an hour, making every elTort to persuade  Guerin and his associates that further resistance was vain and dangerous. About  half-past ten M; ; Lasces wont to see M.  Waldeck-Rousseau.   ;Inthe coui-se of, an;  'Dreffos ��A'\i-iutS'. bl\ti, ",��ps��i'bnns. "mpostnp:bjiC���d":  nn til AlooffayJne^^ w!%irs||. i^ ^agpiidi -Ivr.-  ^Li;i;oi-i^ill'Bel|rl^flt</l^.^ps^en^    ��   -.   :";  '      '     ���,,    ';      ^     " "  "   ��� fl n       o    "      "     o Sa        ��      n       n .   n "  ;    " .?rint.era\'.U'h'ipn^;in":Sie^s,ip*n^: ,.���-   - ';,  1 -  3^|iS,fti;kiiiii?t 4V-^A -jfeat>irb!:oE %0b \  Hitei^uaitioliYiPTy^^aplVic eon-'  : volition A��v-a$s iv ivarhi- dteetfsnrfpn, rdvcji,! a  coiistitutibiial aniendltrioiit, reported oi)  favoraUJy by tb'G, eoimjiittee^n-lajs's,.^!-  yid|ng;tiiat "-''��� i%)usprinter Tnenif)i3i?s 'shall"  oiily "b��6" poriiptted%i A^di-k at th'e-p.arti'ciu-  lat-'- ��ul.?d:i:Ausidh,'Of; tile cral't iij- AVibicii t'hey  Wero' cenipJoiyed, at the -time of 'lid missioii/J  IM6 litUe "showing Avas-ihade iii favor of  the ainend'meiltj and it Avas1 stricken out  liy ;a A'ofe of 121 to 'i'4. A {iroprtsition fm*  biftriivial iiisteadi of annuill t-onventions  was rejected. Amendments providing  tliat no oije except joiirneyyien pi-inters  =aiid=a,-ppVftii*jces4ii^i)e^Ias^si.'c=n,iotibhs:r6'lr  their apprenticeship .shall bo eligible as  machine apprentices, and fixing their  terms at two months Was referred to a  special committee. The most conspicuous candidafce for tlie presidency-, aside  from president Donnelly, is George W. i  Day, Secretary of tile Chicago union.  Cannot Get Iron and Steel.  Plin.ADHni-'HiA, Augtist la,���Owing to  tlie great dil'ficulty experienced in getting  iron and steel l-ilpidly enough to parry on  Avork, the Ci-aiup & Sons' ship and engine  building company of this city lias been  compelled to roduce its force of DOOfi  nwn. Til roe hundred mail were knocked  off a feu- clays ago, five hundred more  wore suspended at the close of work today, a in! by tlie end of the Aveek 1500  men will haye been laid off. The decision  of the company affects all 'departments  aud has caused consternation among the  employees. Other shipyards on the Delaware river are a*lso experiencing trouble  in getting iron and steel. At present  there are 37 vessels in course of construction along the Delaware and fully 21 of  them will be delayed owing to the lack  of niatei'ial.  :yeml<���&";Go^npl,im^  !iSf/a''aiiiiis)i)iatyliij.y^|hifui^  Played" Clean;",EScrci|^e.*:  Aran'G��fiiivqr��"Pi;6'vS,rncpi" "*"  ';.ss;5  A Cool Proposal.  Brri.in, August Jo.��� The National Zei-  tung, coinnienting niton the report of the  Samoan commission, doubts that a satisfactory settlement of the Samoan question will be arrived at by the three  powers while the tripartite control lasts,  it considers the best solution would lie in  a transfer of the group to Germany. If  this be impossible, then Germany should  select a governor, thereby securing two  votes, while the English and American  interests should not be changed, one vote  from them being necessary to form a  majority. v/'.^;i>';...-'...-^.  ���Of th��' ^isifc$i'Sjt.���3nay'^!^  dlvidrtatly tHtey lire - ia!l'!f^ii]liJl|id/pi-ay*S^  <�� s,. bettciir ih\. ��a4.";!fli^',il1ef||la  in';e-i-r >\n:t.h-',pqss'paiy^0.n���e^;#|V*oiex^  Their' running 'ijcf{^.^dit^U1^^^1^^^|^^^|^|  and; their; -cheg-lni'ig ���aii'" &&^Q^^^p^fp^pM  klrnsc ^V'hp belie've'sthot?" g^od:l&.cr^^4iiclvL|'j;  rongh, 'piayi'Uf 'a^'e"Jns:epai-a��5:":;:T^.r^imt���\35  ol'i-e ,i,niporta;n'f? GSsMtiiti "of" ccn'U'binatif>��^"';*  tactics t'li-ey, howeVur, slio,!iV.et}' a" W��!lk��n%^'j"*  wh-ieji- eventually 'cns-ti ��� tliftj-ri, -'tire Tul-ifrclK^^}  ^.inVeisoirthe^pratotici���grjlT^  .ami  cireu'insciM-ljed   to a, degree, wIilWiMJ.ti  ju-acti call y    reii tiers     iinj )Osslblb'     iip^Jj$t  free   coiubination    jilay,   and    to   tli|.^;m.>  fact   their   Avealvness-   in-   bh\&   depa>-tv/v(  ment   of    tlie ' game    is    Very   'lar^ety^"'^"^  atti-ibutaljle.    S'he jnost noticeable, feat-   * "^  n;re of their play was an en-tire aT>^e'nci.| ���"%':  of rough, body work undL InilfecrlminnJte'" ���"^  slashing.   It" was distinctly a treat ti): ".j  Amtcli the gentle A\'a-y: in AVljich tlie Itu.sjty    .*.'  kelson   im*n   treated,   thuirsmajlnr, and" l'^  lig-litcr autag'on-i^ts.    ]V'i->| miuu  wi\s   i-e-  foreo Suckling ohji'ljod  to Ayarn  any of  tlie players, and taken all  tlirough the  game was' the cleanest and best that has  been seen at the   Point this  year,    ihul  they so desired  they  could  have  hajn-  meit'd' the loeal men. to pieces in the first  half and Chen Won out at tlioii'  leisure,  very much as does a, certain team  in  the  Britfeli Columbia league.  Deer are Plentiful.  A'UU.W,. New York, Aug. 1:1���With  today tlie open season for deer began ami  wil! continue until November '14th. Declare reported to be more plentiful this season than in the past 'twenty-five years.  It is estimated that there are between  2S,OQ0 and .30,000 in the Adiromlacks, and  the state authorities think a large number will be slain during the first days of  the season because they are too tame to  be shy of the hunters.  Honors for Maxse.  London, August 15.���The  companion*  ship of the order   of   St. Michael and St.  George has been conferred upon All-. E. B.  S. Maxse, the British consul at Samoa.  Price of Silver.  New York, August 15.���Bar silver, GO];  Mexican dollars, 48;   silver certificates, TIT ft TRIBUNE:  KELSON, B. CM WEDNESDAY, AUOUtfT Hi, 1M  ?������ ��� ^��- ��� i^ Jf3\' -^ i^' ������ ^ ii?! "-^ '-S=! ir^ i-3, >S6' "^  #  IN WHITEWEAR  Notwithstanding' the fact that last season's trade was far  beyond our expectations, we have still an immense stock of  Ladies' and Children's Whitewear, which we Avill close at prices  heretofore  unheard of in   Nelson.     Read  the  following:  La.dies' 75c Drawers for 50c;   Ladies' $2 Drawers for $1.50;  jm   Ladies'$1  Niglng-owns for 75c; Ladies'$2 Nightgowns for $1.50;  /TO   Ladies' $3 Nightgowns for $2.40;  Ladies' Chemise at $1, $1.25,  ^   $'-3^ and $1.65, a straight cut of 25 cents.  jm While Undcrskiits at your own  prices.     Our space will  not  0$\   allow a full list of prices of goods, hut a laok will satisfy you that  our  bargains  are  genuine.  $  Ok  MARTIN  O'REILLY &  CO,  BANK  OF  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  tejrimis c_a.s:e3:  1$  tVyr  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  unless I am much mistaken l.he ovonts of  tho next few days will finish him 1'or all  upright and im|Mv,ju<liro<l minds, lie was  received at the station by the gener;  who is to he his host during his sojourn  at Itennos. In iippr.-M-iinri! this ivtim  oITk-ci- added to the lack of respectability  in the scene. The weather-beaten straw  hat reflected the whole get-up of the individual. After embracing, both men  seemed to sneak away liefoie the staring  crowd, and soon wore out of sight in a  shabby private victoria.  In Politics To Stay.  Toronto Telegram.  Liberal journals had better allow sir  Charles Tupper to manufacture all the  sympathy he needs under the.sad cireuni-  stances created by the refusal of a, few  Conservative members to consent to an  agreement which betrayed the helpless  victims of the t.ownsite iniquity into the  hands of the C. P. R. Conservative members who .accept the leadership of sir  Charles Tupper on general principles do  not thereby forfeit their right to lea<  themselves in particular cases. These  Conservatives boliovo that the Laurier  government is, to all intents and purposes, in the hands of the railway corporations. They do not seek to force  their opinions on sir Charles Tupper, but  they adhere to these opinions and are  prepared to vote and fight for the ad-  A'aneeinent of these ideas. The railway  question is in politics to stay, and sir  Charles Tupper is too big a man to cherish any petty resentments against Conservatives Avho take their own Avay of  standing up for public rights.  i)'d--< tr.-fe^'-s;- s5s'-1te:--sx'- ^'-s^'s- <sr-;es'--a���� ^st-^.--^- ^^���^-c^^^^.%i?^.^bi-.^-.'SC'^'^''��c:^  I*  ��to fffrUmne*  Daily Edition.   Wkkklt Edition. ..    First Ykar, No. 1!)1   Seventh Ykah, No. :{0  " Ex-Attorney General, Martin has  been lip before the benchers of the law  society charged with prosecuting a laAV  suit for a client on shares. This iu laAV  is called champerty and is ayainst the  rules of the law society. It is safe to say  nine out of ten lawyers in British Columbia are gu il ty; of  tlie - off ei 1 ce wi th av.1 pel 1  ^yM|$lfi?^  Mft$i!Jd&>  m  r>fe���ctt^l��e;h,Jire 'tal-eu, oh; .ai^ftoes^.fu^lie -.  f^iolljillBi^ifl'x^rcL" jSjSi* J^^Stctf.i>"ii!n',tl: %��jv^ff"��p-t|,Iiej^=ii  f0^J^4^i^!'f1^^.o forii.��firll��l^rcti^:  ;%adBdiip|S0dv��i;d/n, .t|i-c|ii-  j)$y;ueyefi[> p ��$k��$;  ������� lia^;e,��ohly,;AA*.oi'ketl on;e- Shitftt    If =mgil aif<3  .^CiQiiipelled'^oJpa^ a fofe- for "a nroiltli?s nigeU;  "|^tl��>t)fe��b%6ubs' ihey   sltOii'id'-  he  given  /;.��cmiethi'i'ig^j't,Q ySliOAv 'th&b they arc eu;titied >  ;^to.wrhat ihey jiave paid' for.   This, would  ���g "-iVi'&ii'g, 110 oite.  "�����" ;I���x j;s ad'ilittcd by the opponents of the  , "!SQinlin government; who have recently  -   arrived iu kelson   from  the  Coast thiit-  a^fcori)6y-goheral Henderson Will be re-  elotited ill New "Westminster AVitliOut  trouble.  Pen Picture of General Mereier. V  Because general Mereier is the chief  witness for the prosecution, I studied  him Arery closely yesterday, and I must  say that his appearance���even to his address���inspires no confidence. He Avore  a Avell-Avorn Derby hat pressed doAvn on  his ears,; an ill-htting, almost shabby,  Avoolen suit hanging to his loosely articulated frame. In his bea,rings there  Avas nothing .military. Even a general's  uniform could nob���'���'have hidden that  shambling gait and utter Avant of dignity.  The. general's physiognomy is his- least  ^tjttlJ&qti^  jM&fijtflsaVlM^ -Sias'."  ��Qpej^onjti^e>.te\��l^;;:-J^pM^c|^  ^^^af^^e^jl^itj^i^^l^:.^^!/ ''a]fr:5fioii"  jis "i��^ i^.eM,' ��-1%ts - "��������& - Ja/ceV" .ge'l-ieral,- 4'Rji^,  ." ^ierr* then-' ��� piihis!t|& of Ay-ar, Ayjio' plair-^  ��� 'iiffiji %k* b fo- i& 'Avprd,-- K<3'rcier- is- gx-'  ,"��'i.iftbtly  ."��n"wh)Vt   "�� ;"oiie'"'; . A;Vpnuld     ",expect-  tpn.'Pf;i/i4t.,i)t ..'itlre .iil"ari   avJio/ feis played" i!hb  vpar��H.|e liasin tins.JJr^yf-us,'tragedy,   hx-  t.e:l)e^ih41y4gehenrill Ji:lei'.eie;|��--S!l;1and��' on tlie'  , six-iJIeXiey.ej'.-; il|-s3D "A^ji;0le;,-con:duc3t ,thji-&',;fa,r-",  Ij^iiis ;ftj^��,. "0m& jb��m ���'���Jflft' '>. vqry Id'W [  yjlalilei hoM'ii n:i,eutally -and, liioi-ally,, anil  *-   ��    .On    n^    n    Wi un    ��� - .        n   0 " J n     " n i,�����'* 0 n o n       nn   n    _    n       ���. ���n'V     '.n >.-.fln I  INCORPORATED 1670.  What    is    the    diffarence  TETLEY'S TEAS and ; other  between  brands?  Just   the    same    as    between  IIcadqu.irUirH foi-  FIRSt-GLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Wo make a; spocialty of  S^iplap and Dotble Dressed fVJaterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles and Lath Kept in Stock  O/Iico and yard near C.P.Il. depofc   K. G. IJlflKR, Agent,  ANNOUNCEMENT  Having lctiKcd the.biisiucKo-of i ho Nelson Soda AVator  Factory, lam prepared to supply tho trade with all kinds  of earlwnal.cd and avrulud vvatui-o. Kainily orders solicited.   I'rompt delivery.  Tfc Wall Paper jfoirsg  OF THE WEST  The diljercncp' .b'otAvceii tlie Jrudge aikl fihe  JSi.shop rimy bo that the Judge can say "yon  he jwuigcd," Avliile the ���Bishop csiu any "ydu  he tliiniocd." On the other 'hand when the  =J;udge-.say-^)��o^b'8^  Next to tlio A'alile oflered, tho. most m.-irlred  peeuli.-ii-ity of oijr VVdll  ")EMpefjfeB,^%4s, ,t?^Vecl,lstH!eB viatae of  ,the: one'. ."The: Slhehs jiTjig-ht'Be; good,  b;Ciatn is if Vy-drtk -yo.dr w,h;ij,e\ ^>Jperi-  menting whe-n you can get sure returns by ih"ve;sti;ng |M-.the guaranteed  .^rtipie"'? "...".    n  "   TETJ-Ef^   is   the   6HLY   package  Tea sold  by. ��  ftiisi's  Wests Rakoi: Street      yelgphonc '13.  ". I-favi|"jirst,"fgceiVc"'l'> ^ii'^mnnJ;ff|ibf.,''i^ai'rSs'1,ho)>io .���  iiiade" t.woells.fiiohi. ^talliob llarrj��, (Seetl'aiMl,  The pBPPly"iS ljinltjpd;i1|o call' narly and ofcfvmjuo.tiiis etoGk:,  If yon vi-ajjt a fjtyJijrK perfccli lilting su'll, niodd-of'tKo  oest eldl'li eVe.r .iiitported .to NblsohV ,'lpaVo your order  , -.vi (fii Jiui. .   ,  i^jx linndrefl dollai-s Worlli of ncAr coods now wiut-  ihg" youi1 falspootJOM.   J, Busli-aii'tcc sattsmotioiuor jipo. saliS.  BUSINESS, AN1> RKSfpiflf^lAl,  WHAT THE JUDGE  AND  ���TH.E BISHOP SA.Y  Pftpfir is tliat when the  Judge .'has   made  hi.s  spJoction and anyn "y6u  lie     hanged,"     it,    is  lianged; not even the,  choaj-visf. grades giving  papers  that -mi:e hityond  tlio j'triisdietioii of: jilws Judge nnd voiny u.inlor  thiit of the liiKliop.    There is sin .-irt-iii .-ivoid-  hw .-irt Inns been uiir study.  ti-otihle,    There .-ire  nig this hiftt  Thomson Stationepy Co., M  aKr^3'r.303>T��� 3. o��  Corner llakor and Ward Streets.  AVaterinelOhs, Pino Apples, ami all other Fruits  in reason reocivpd daily.  Hazlewood lee Cream  lee Cream Soda and  Milk Shakes and Buttermilk  Sweet Cream received Tuesdays and Fridays  Leave your orders.   Prompt delivery  ^gaBons^iBootrBeer^  =W-G  2 gallons Lemonade . . 25c  Effervescing Health Salt 25c  Btomo Seidlitz .... 25c  Bromo Seltzer . . .. ��� . 25c  Lime Fruit Juice, pts . 50c  Lime Fruit Juice, quis . $1  Abbey's and Eno's Fruit Salt  The Genuine Montserrat  (SET THE BEST  Nelson's iip4o-d.-it,o '1'ajlorj next Kootenay Collee Co.  rices is ifa  of tie Day  And",!' waul, to h|) in it. I have just, received  Fall Samples of Suitings and Ovei-  <Hialings tifprescntiiiK !i 53(>.(-l!IJ sloeU to  chons�� from vuado to .Voul; order at p i��os  never hofoNVheard Of in Nolsn'ii., All tho latest  fads in  Rniuy  Vesfiuss tor Kail and vvinlOr.  "80 by  l%.'Ilaker.  strcetf. boiweeii Josephine;., and"  AWtrd .fttreete.,. ,.*. ,n. .���. .::.,..,".,",... .���:,, .���".,,... .v.��� Jggqoo.  50-by 12ft. Biikei-fitt-ciet, between Josophinffaiiaafall  'SitrdQLs., c.orn.ci.-...��,,..,-. .���...,���..��� .,,-.,. .���..,, .....  <25 by 120 A^tli, iiuprOv.emonts, sontli iiide 6�� A'lernon  street ���. ,.."..'....���;,. .,���,.....,  5O0Q  ISO Ify 120 with improvements, south side of ATornou  street..., ...... ..���, ��... , ,..,.,..,.,.. (ifKW  allots witheoteijjorentcd at SlapOruioiitfi, Victoria  Street......,,.,..,,,......,, ,......���.���..:.���,,���.,..,...,, :��qo  1 lol. with cottage rented At ��15 piSr month,, Victoria,  street,,...,���..,��� .,;.....S|"..,;;..��� ...'..���. -2300  2,lots with cottage rented at $20 tier nidnth, SUidoj'  street.,,. ; ,..,.'  , ,  3000  S lots in -block 111), all cleared an;d"fenced in   SuOo  AG1C.NTS-F.01fc  J, & J. TAYLOR SAFES  lOiEonft. 3-toiisc, ��3ei)tl-fi]ly laetiMd, 42S00;  6-lloou.i (Qbtbi^jo juid 2; jU>ts.oi��-.&rbon-ij,��0.  Street, fsl^GO, ,0��sy terms, ,���   "n    :  Slfflcs aiUl Mifljfig' Stbc.ks Custolni ftrokor  REAL rKSTAt.E AND 'G-KiS'ISUAIi: AGENTS  3EAED3SD  Ileal I&t.ate and General AgoiitSi, 13aker SC. Nelson  r ba  Canada Drag and Book Go.,  Corner of Baker and Stanley Streets. Nelson  MILLS & LOTT  Agents fo   Hazlewood Ice Cream.  Telephone 93  Faelory on .  Hoover strecU,  N. M. GUMMINS  FOR  ICE  CREAM  AND  FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  0?BLBPHONB  xse  During the, season we will do-  liver ice at private residences  ami business houses daily in aily  desired  quantity at  easonrablc  pi-ices.  WILSON & HABSHAW  MISCELLANEOUS,  FURNISH Kb rooms to lot.   Apply to Mrs. V. M. Jameson, Carney block, Dakar street,, wesl,.  EUR SAIiK-AWNguincn gun, by Holland & Holland,  and a case ; also an S-guinea polo saddle, by Urate  of Ilclgrave s-qnai-c, and one d'oublu bridle. ��12,5. Apply  at The Tribune oliicc, Nelson.  Come in and try our Ice Cream Soda and  Eefreshing Drinks.  Next Door to  1*. Burns & Co.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  WANTKD���Hy young man having several years experience in both dry goods and hardware lines, a  position as salesman or olllco band. Can furnish best, of  reference!.   Address M. M. C, I fall Siding, 11. .0.  ONE or two unfurnished  rooms, lo rent, in gno.l hon o  in rosiilimtial part of Nelson:   Apply by letter (in.  lii-st instaiice) lo "Alplia,"-Tribilue Ollico. ������  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  OAMi ON  M rs.    E.   McLaugh I in  .JOSKFUCNE STREET, NELStiN  HAIH GOODS km HAIR OflMIENTS  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. XV. JCE A UN EYbas open ed a Laclies Hair Dress  ing I'ii-lor in, room I, Victoria block, Nelson, and is prepared to funish everything in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of the scalp a specialty.  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver, B. C.  Boarding and day .wheel for girls will rc-open on tho  lath day of August.   Vacancies for boarders.   For terms  and prospectus rfpply to   .  MADEMOISELLE KEUN, Prin'cipal  W- ��>. ^oBxnNrsoisr  (Ex-Shoriir of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of mcrchandipo.  I?osto!lico Hox 572 . Nolson, B. 0.  ^"MINERS WANTED.  Tho Tangior Wine, Limited. Albert Canyon, on the  main line of the V. 1'. H., t'L'miles caxt of Itcvclsloko, re-  quircs six good miners.    VVageH 83.50 per day. 1  SaoO will purchase .1 choice residence corner, 100 by 12((  I eel.  ���521IKI will iiui-ehatiO !i central lot find residence.  SltiH will  purchase  I.Vvo iiico lots and shaivty. Kolison  slivef. llume addition.  9.-IW0U will l.urolmjje four nice 101^ and rOsidebce.  Itl.WHl I'ooled .Fairmont 1 cents.  ]llae!;coek (Vinir) shares 20 eentrit  ��W0 Utiea at I.J cents.   Tni-ncr .& Jloccldi block, Nelson, B. (3.  SQUIRE'S   jRANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 notes of land within oiia and. a  quarter- allies of Nelson.   For lurtlier  Pftvtictilars apply to  FKED   J.   SQUiRE,    Nelson,   B.   C.  A.  I  OUSTOIVIS BR@KE|^3  AUOT^DNEERS  and 'mmm AMTS  -Baker^StfeetrNelspn  FIRST DOOJl WEST BANK 11. Q, BtfniDIN.G.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  Al'PLY  J. LAING STOCKS, Seeretapy  At; eflioo of tho Duncaii Mines, Limited., Clement Sc  Hillyer Block.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between .Josephine and  Hall tslreets. Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKEUY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY OOOICJNG A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HKLP EAU'LOYED  ^HTTEHT-,      FBOFBIETOB.  Pala^oe   Bakery  Bread delivered to any part of tho city.  ���' Cakes, pastry, and confectionery a specialty.  Two 10l�� with  twfrsstofy house on Latimer  street:, near Josephine  ,.,. .".ifJlSCK!'  Terms;   ��1200 casli, bajance, oh niorlgage.  hi.\fy-a<:re nuieli, nine miles from city OH lake  shore..��� ,.,,,  .��� ,   SiOoO  une-lialf Oasli, balance oh mortgage.  ������������ ii,o^3srs . ���  0tt  loan conditions are lite cheapest mid host,  ollered.   ^ on ��.��r repay al; any Uine witliout  liOllllS.  -A-dHEMSTTS   FOE  Uritish Cplmlibia l)elinan��iil,SiU-iiigs"&: Loan Company.  Globe Savings Si Loon Co., Toronto.  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  GAMBLE <SiO��RBli^L*V, A-gts  Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.  GENERAL  BROKER.  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  iisrs-crE,ja.isroEi  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  TO LET���Several houses of different sizes.  FOK SALE���Heal estate in all parts of the city.  L. Pope  MANUKACTUKRU OF  HEAVY TEAM HARNESS  EXPRESS HARNESS, PACK HARNESS  SADDLES, WHIPS, ETC.  PEOFESSIONAL   CARDS.  BWAHT & CAKItlE���Architect*.   Booms 7 and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street, Nelson.  CT?A'WT70T?'n    RTinTWF.RRl W  B. HAKPEU, musical director, leader Nelson Or-  V/X\*��. VV .T KJJXU    XyiXKJ Xn��il\0 3 S? .   cheslra.   Musicians funiisbod for all occasions on  Next.to. Itoyal Hotel; Stanley Street, Nelson j short notice. . Telephone G2.  '^iF^,-,'i'- '. ���''-' .-  j-���    -.. ���j|i..-fr��.,i..-l..-..^.-!jMT.Br��.)].Jia.ila-Js>l^.LiLjr   .....1.l^..l-..;..��, -)]-.|V-,-|--|,|i ' Mi,,' t_ ii, '_ TOE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1809.  3  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATTICONA AND   MT   KOYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DUUMMOND Vice-President  E   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.     nuANCiircs in      LONDON   (England),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  liny and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  GliANT COMMKKCIAT. AND TUAVIMJ.KKS' CKHTIITH,  available in any part of tho world.  DKAKTS IRSUKD    COIXKCTfONH MAPIC; ICTO.  SAVING-S BANK BRANCH.  CUllUKNT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  ONE    OF    BRITAIN'S    UNHOLY   WARS.  BANK OF  H COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is n��w prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl^aguay, U. S., Atlin,, B. C, and  Dawson City, YuKon. District.  "Brit-iin's  unholy  war   with China,  in  1S57-8"   is the   usual characterization of  this war, by which Britain opened Chin-  . ese ports for trade.  Since I am only a few weeks, homo  from the far east, 1 would give fellow-  Canadians some of the results of my observations and conclusions in those far-  off regions. Let mo promise thti.t my re-  m.-trksare not intended to be on what of  the spectacular the east shows us. Many  able travellers' pens have essayed to.do  tlii.'\ and they have.done tliat feature  ���'t.'t-y well.  It is a source of Anglo-Saxon race  pride,.and intensified in the feeiing as a  jiicniber of the great British confederation, that constrains me to make conclusions and comparisons. Jf I do occasionally prove my human vulnerability and  falVunder the Aveight of the spectacular  displays, which will ever crop up in my  memory as I dwell upon those lands, I  will ask the reader's indulgence. As an  excuse, I append that it is very hard to  obliterate the aesthetic impressions of  the Asiatics from an Anglo-Saxon brain.  ��� Getting back, to the opium war by easy  stages, 1 realize with you that our pulpits  generally have been very derogatory to  Britain for .that war. Among the very,  glaring facts of the war is the great one  that China, refused to open her.ports and  trade    for   opium,    or   anything    else.  *'"iibiHl<?"^  ^-iib0ol��tikej$; ���eW8afev#^fcfc. %' h^ev/^OW1]  ���^%ir��Jj($jihiv ml-iB-t��� ha^e, unroked ..qDimsi,  ;-J'f4loii'0' wWc>fJb" be" sen,t"Bfb"nr fOd-ia/'tJley  .^VrmJii^s-tili ���fconuhiue to . use- it. 1'luvfu  ,'/woitldmse i'fj, iirdeedi ��� WlfcTi only tills;- dif-  " loi'silOQ,, tihitt -tlie opium ��t,l\e.y 'wotlld gets  "4t lixftsie,  woiilcl'be; fiiii rulWioif to bhufc  W^iiigh'.citllj'e, f rcrtaJ.TUlit-V  ,"'" Katiy-i-Hy so-.   J- &$y.i^ l;rjj$j;$ ,a few  iiujijitlia -' afep   the- ^j/,itn,n���9 cJDntfi'fl&Vtfltipp;  "it&nnl Bonarbs, India/ ^ivin^; otffi jjtsttillfo  '������ 3bo f;Mli;iin.iie;lsalits;to;^iv6',w"sp many iteims  ���ojf poftyiesV   ��i;ei:i growef?'t-ame-for the;  "ijei-Miit Individual yv and; -signed a bon,d\  ��� tliat he would bt'iug tlixj &;u$rre proceeds  . of the poppy   crop to ihe govern liieu'fc  ��� '6dimn1&si<jneiv tlie  gpyern'meilt cyinmis-  �� signer i\b "tlie sanve time agrueitlg to pay  fti cash  a certain  stipujaitcd prjco for nil  tlie -opium   prouglit.    And  I,  too,  have  ,&gqi{ in  India,, along the banks? of  the  Ganges, a Hiiidoo go out in ea-rfy morning. With a little glass dish iti one hand  jwuj a sliat'i) steel   point in  the other.  Now, first,  from eaeli_ JMW' sfedk, niiav  \r^mWU ^]WW li]roT^^lVo'i;n^a-I.ra11!iclmjr  of tlie pi-Ccious viscid liquid, with a small  spoon taken  from the  glass dish,    fs^uxt,  be takes Ills sharp  steel point and makes  another incision iii the poppy stalk, that  he   may   gather   another  drop  or  half  drop from that  exuding  Wound on  the  morrow,   'Then  lie   boils   it,  down  anil  taketf it to the commissioner ivud gets his  money,  A laborious mid painstaking,as well, as  a discouraging method of agriculture, 1  ���li'pai*y<5ii 'say-.-- Or.'inted; but remember,  tlie Hindoo gets about $4,0 jicr acve for  that opium crop, and for that stun ill India* where an able-bodied man's labor  only commands live cents, lie will do an  endless amount of opium gathering, slow  and pottering' as it may be.  And here the morale of the question  comes iu. As 1; before remarked, for over  2,00-0 years tile Chinese have smoked  opium, and will continue to do so, and  now the government at Calcutta litis the  opium commissioner refine and purify the  opium for tlie Chinese before it is allowed  to be shipped for consumption. Then,  granted tliat China will continue to use  opium, as she will, and as every traveller  through that country knows, and knows  well (for China never changes), then I  assert that Britain by the opium'war did  them a service, by giving them better  opium, us well as serving herself in an  enormous revenue. Hence, I submit that  the many abuses heaped upon British  statesmen for tliat war are really outre.  And to get some idea of the persons in  China who smoke opium: . There are, in  round numbers, 350,000,000 persons under  the sway of the Chinese emperor. -At  least two persons out of every 100 smoke  opium. This will give us seven millions  of opium smokers in China. And now,  just, so  Jongas the Hindoo on the sacred  d'angos' banks Avill grow the poppy, ho  is sure of a handsome living from that  source.  You must realize that Britain is the  great Asiatic power on earth, and in Asia  different methods of government mu��t be  in force, in order that she may succeed  out there in the Jar oast, where the  tawny faces are in swarms, and the white  faces are so few. Avery traveller in  China and India knows of the absolute  wisdom of Britain's change of tactics  among the Asiatics.  Then, I say, in summing up, that,  rather than embarrass the British government for this opium trade and many  other measures in the east, Ave should  commend, her, for I feci it away down  deep iu my heart that she is doing the  Asiatics good (while she helps herself) by  giving them peace and prosperity.and a  stable government, which no Asiatic for  a moment questions.  In ft subsequent paper I will endeavor  to interest you by some remarks in reT  gard to the missionary effort as I have  seen it in India a.nd China.  Not for a 'moment would I wound any  good person's feelings in that regard; of  the missionary effort I mean. But you  must remember, you have only one side  of the story, at home, and the Asiatic has  has his side as well to tell.  We must not forget, in our zeal, that  five of tho groat moral teachers of this  world were born in Asia, and of Asian  parents, viz., Moses, Buddha, Confucius,  Jesus. Christ and Mohammed.  Tho deduction must be that they,  above all others, have a side to tell.  From my memory and observations as a  traveller I will speak of their side when  we next meet. . Thomas Conant.  ��� Osliawa, June 20th, ISO!).  c ��� ��� ���  Magyar Aristocrats.  The    Hungarian   aristocracy lias   the  largest estates of any nobility in '.Europe.  The manner- of  living  of these grands  ten thousand dollars for the place, and in  order to beat tlie Garfield law, not give  anything to get elected ; but in case of  election, agree to doiiate the salary of the  office, as it comes-due, to the purpose of  sending four students from each county  to a college or university, giving them  five hundred dollars oacli or two hundred  and fifty dollars a year; or if any county  prefers, it may have two students at five  hundred dollars per year each. If it bo  true that a congressman should pay for  the honor, why not do it in this straightforward, legitimate way, and thereby  render a great good to the community,  instead of prostituting our ideas of liberty and constitutional government by  buying votes? Come on with your bids  now, gentlemen, and let us see whether  the candidates are really stingy or simply  stand on principle."  A Noted Scientist.  Dr. Giuseppe Sanarolli, discoverer of  the. bacillus of yellow fever, who is soon  to visit the United States to study the  effects of this serum, has been foremost  in the investigation of the causes and  possible preventives c of this disease.  Though barely over thirty years of age,  he is the head of the great institute of  experimental hygiene founded by the  University of Montevideo, and the important results of his original  researches  FULL LINE OF  &i'ef��oiXi:o>^  , manor Houses, ahtllovified to .sit"db'w4�� ^t"  ���to-ble like Mefftls .of; "tlie; ."family."' f^:  stranger ilfiv-es /jip'-te t;i;ie" eil'trlMTce sctaoi*'?  of a Kuijfgitrian c'hft-feeilif, iiiiihedbttfily^and";  'bftfojie' afty tfUdsticyus #'6 ���askedjQMc4wr-"  jug tho visitor's' business, evert before the  master, of t'|icii'hoilse has.ma4& his .-tiipeiij^  auce, a  legion p^servaiitis.iiiiish  fpravard'".  aiiid''{ialTy;pl^visijbpr^ 'ba.ggag,6"'fjP';oi;ie ;Of'�����  the half dozeii.vpoms jilways readjr to x&��-  cjeive gtieSts. inVitet,! or" otherwise;   Wheil"  thp Xiuiigtwhtiis    wish,  ptft'tieularfy    to  ilOiWi' .a gu^sti, fifteen or, twenty courses;  ;j,i;-e served at dinner, but as the Magyalfs  have in everyth'iiig. thp utmo.st respect  ffot-  iiTeli^idual liberty, iio  guest is ever  pressed! to  eat, or  dririk.    "You  are at  holm   Boas you,weak! at home," says  the master of the house asi he greets yon  oil  your  al'rival.     Mving as   they   do*  away from court and court fife,  those,  prond   Magyar afistocJjats   ask  nothing  and  expeet nothing from the sovereign,  aiid maintain in consequence their pride,  tHgYiftty=aiid~iiulepeuden^^  People Bat -Poo Much.  Milton Bathbuu, a merchant of Mount  Vernon< New York, recently went thirty-  eight days without nourishment. Mr.  Jvathbun is fifty-two years of age, a prosperous and 'Wealthy man, and fasted  simply because he wanted to ���reduce his  weight, fearing that its gradut.il iucroaso  might bring on apoplex'y. He succecled  in liis efforts. He weighed two hundred  and ten pounds- when lie stopped eating;  wheji lie resumed, at tlio end of twenty-  eight days* he tipped the scales at one  liiiiuh'ed and sixty-eight pounds���a loss  of forty-two pounds of flesh. A singular  faet in Mr. Kathbuli's experiment was  that after, the first twenty-four hours lie  experienced no sense of hunger at all,  and had no unpleasant sensations of any  kind. He slept and Worked in the regular way, his mind clear and his  strength unabated to the end. He drank  copiously of water during the period, but  took nothing else. Mr. Bathbnn believes  tliat the average man eats far more than  is necessary for his health or comfort,  and that an occasional period of absolute  abstention from food for several days is  good for the system,  A Fair Offer.  Robert B. Scott of Cadiz, Ohio, recently startled the voters of the sixteenth  congressional district of Ohio by suggesting that the nomination for the congressional seat, loft vacant by the death of  ���captain Danford, bo put 'up at public  auction and given to the highest bidder.  Mr. Scott, whose proposition was brought  out by insinuations that his antagonism  of money-spending in campaigns was actuated by stinginess, put his proposition  as follows: = "I will lead oif with a bid of  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  . c Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ''������'���        ���-.' '-'.'.'' .������Q'"'lll k'nd,si i.-':.v.'.n .���;  Kow!"toeyou#nnt"-is��;hoK  ,:i��. ��� . "*�������� ���S"j"=��"w"J*"���   "���^"��� S��������� " ";=�����; " ��*"��i<tjs��" 'fog-��.  have made him an authority on yellow  fever, typhoid'and cholera. His institute  was the first to have under cultivation  the bacillus of yellow fever, and he litis  been conducting experiments for some  time by wliich to discover, if possible, tin  antidote.  A Eace For Blood.  Fort Steele Prospector.  The following challenge was sent to  Cranbrook on Wednesday: "Tho people  of Fort Steele offer to match the mare  Easter Lily against Homely Hank, for a  half-mho (lash, the race to take placecon  August 30th on the track at Cranbrook.  They will also bet $100, and should the  people of Cranbrook desire to cover this,  the money will be deposited at once in  the Canadian Bank of Commerce tit  Cranbrook." This challenge was ac-'  ceptcd and the race will take place on  the date mentioned, it will be a race for  blood. Tho people of Cranbrook feel  sure their horse will win, while the Fort  Steele people arc equally certain that the  Easter Lily will carry off the money.  Considerable money hits been wagered on.  the result.  Raised Tlieir Wages.  Gi.KVEhAN}->, Ohio, August 15.���At a  meeting of the executive committee of  the Lake Carriers' Association today, the  wages of all the men employed in the  boats were advanced ten per cent.  The Tremoflt Hotel  IV1AL0JJE & TREC1LLUS  PROPIUKTOIIS  Headquarters for Miners anil Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HANDi  *;"  '�����!������; ,-  WAI&���A'H"R'.iA;JCB;si^EM:S", ���N^SQN",  ,f��AltK,V HOUSTON,"  'BKCHUT-ATtS;*-  &m��  ���JEaiMi-inDE'S^;  MiVNUFAG-nURKIiS QV AND  B*wgh; alicl DrfeSsM l-iirntoei?  Boultfibgs  $0QrVbaii;d:, SS&sh;  Eenfee Posts arid Pickets   .  Office md Store Flttirigs  J'WCTdtU' WOKIC DON'K TO OltlUCK,"  8'UCflI AS  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  jH%atfe# *ki$U HM,"Ah and  ;��;iigllteci' fey- #tectri:C;iiy  Largo Romfai-titbltv l3(j<trqoius find   llrrili-elaKs diiviiig"  " room."- "i&iiniilc; ,-rOphis fpr .jconiiivcrcM'nli��u-  .   E.   G.  J  'Ijiitc of iho ���itoaftii1 Ilpift-jv, Cftis^y.  Scroll Sawing  J^ndJ&wjngL  Wardrohes and  General Joinery Work  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Saw-mill on Clovoriimcut wliarf.  VwsVary unil olllpdi ooi'ftov HiUl strdot and GsI'.R. track  WILL DO WKLLTp  AT  A largo stock of flrsfc-cliuffi dry material on hand, also  a full lino of aanh, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FAGT0HY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:  Foot of Hondryx street, Nelson  Tolophone, 91 Johti    E^   AgGIlt  rick and  Lime 70 Ceqts per 100 pounds,  Will deliver in ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or on scows at government wliarf.  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd,  ,: Kakcr Street.       T. G. FKOOTOB. Manager  \\. D. HOME, Manager.  Tlio finest hotel in the interior.  Lai-go sample roonii.   Stoanl heat and electric liglit.  CORNER OF WARD AND VKK.V0N ��f S., NKLSOiSf  BAKBU AND W&IW StWtlCKTS, XKl'^ON'  Tlidoidy tiofel i|i NclKpn, that hati rclnitilicd1 Under onO  jimnngdtiionl. since 18!>l).  The bed-rooms arc  well furnisficd  and   liglitod by  olcctriftity.  Tlio dining-i'flwnl is not second to ftiij* In Woolenay.  Tho liar is always slocked liy Uto best domcwtio and  imported liquors ��nd ciirars.  THOMAS MATlDKN. Profirlctor.  HOTEL  .ViVIIR,   ti.   C  J.  W.  SMITH,   Proprietor.  EVERYTH1NG FlRST-CLASS  Large and well-lighted Heated by hot ni  Reasonable rates Samplo rooms  Klectric bells and light in every rooiri  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PKH1CS, Proprietor  Froo bus moots all trains ReunklnltA   B  ft  Hourly street car to station ntSVUI&lUHB,  B. u.  Night OH11 Room in connection, for the convenience of  guests arriving and departing by night trains.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NKLSON, I!. C.  Colfcc roasters and dealers in Tea and ('oH'ce.  Offer fresh roasted collco of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Maeha. per pound $ PI  .lava aud Mocha friend, 3 pounds ��� 1 0(1  Kino Santos, 1 nounds ������' 1 00.  Santos Blond. 5 pounds ;   I 00  Our Special Hlend, II pounds..   1 "0  Our Kio Itoast, G pounds ���   1 W)  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 floors  East  of   Oddfollows'.BIocH,   VVost  Baker Stseot  HlCAD   Ol'FICK   AT  NELSON, B. C.  urns ct Co.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Wholesale Markets at flefson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Kctiiil Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon," Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Trail, Crawl Forks,  Cascade, Ci-eenwood, Midway, and Sirdar.   Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF '  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON ���  Baker Street, Nelson   E. G. TRAVES, Manager  "ORDRrtS RY MAIL ItKCRIVR CAURFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK ONLY  ABSOLUTELY AT COST  No 20 or 50 Per Cent Discounts.  No Fake Removal Sale.  Underwear  Pants  Sweaters  Hats  TAN   SHOES  MINERS'   SHOES  AND  ALL KINDS CLOTHING  Colored Shirts  Cotton top Shirts  Negligee Shirts  Regatta Shirts  Remember, This General Sale Will End on Saturday, the 19th, at 10 p. m.  Baker Street  Opposite Postofiiee 0  THEO MADSON  Calgary Brewing & Malting Company  A CAR LOAD OF OUR  ^FAMOUS   LAGERS  WILL ARRIVE IN NELSON IN A FEW DAYS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  W. P. DICKSON  AGRNTS FOR KOOTRNAY DIST1UCT.  B. H. H. APPLEWHAITB  J. McPHBB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constriction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Blectrlc Bqulpraents.for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting: for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc  P. O. Box 808. Josephine Street, NnlBon, T3. C.  ; 'WM^Mffy 'Hrgnlcfest "IIrnivrl 4f.^ " _   '���  '        1 C(fr^wi.re i& ";CoA- Ilamfe.Mfii^ciii,  0,11(1 laiUHls,  1 Oiiis JJiresl. Croat)lcryinut,(!6i- iiy 11).  2s"lb,��(in(l,,;T>il. lioSeKaiia llH.,8)|l,.'ailil  fill* Wijs.  2 .CBif6S'.oC'il<S\v .PoUltb"0,s.  Wholesale 'Only,   Write or Wiroi for Pri&ps  ji-U-JJ- ���   .'  Nqlsoli, 0. C.  .   JJ*  AS  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  'Wflftctn .rnpiiirlntC1 prolripUj* aUcuded lo by;(i fltvt-claSK  wliKelwriKliL  . Sj)iK)i)vl-attoiiUon Kivfn to all kinds pf rcpi^ring will  fiusWnv wo)-k from o'tiMAu poHiix.  Sfyop:   H*" Street, Between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  MA.N-WJ'ACTtJIlKKS OF  ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS OASTIN&S OF EVBllY UBSORIPTION  Repairs promptly ftttftnclcd to.  P. O. Box 173.  NOTICE TO  COITBT HOU5IE,  ROSSLAND, B. 0.  SKAT K|) TKXDKUS, pronorlv oidotvcd, will be rc-  ooived by tlio Honorable the Cliiicf Coniinissioiiei-  of Landri arid Works. Vielorin.��� B. G., up to 12 imon (if  Mondiiy, l.lio 21st August next, for Il'io oi-uclion. and coin-  ploMon of a Court Hou<e at Itosslaiid, II. C.  UniwiiiKH, specillcatioiis, and conditions of tcimoriiiK  nnd coiil.niol.iiiay buscon at tlio Pi'ovincinl IfoVornmulit  OlllccK al, Victoi-ia, Vancouver. Itosslaiid, and Nelson, H.  C on and after tho 27t.li insl.'int.  Kac.li foriilnr nintt be aceompanied byan f>ecc|itcd bank  'oliock or corl ilicate of deposit made payable to the nn-  signed, erpial to o lier <:<:n|..nf tlio anloiint of the tender, as  s eiirity for the (Imi'fiillillmenl of the donli-aol. whi'eli  shall be forfeited if the party (eiiderinK declines to enter  into contract when called upon to do so. or if ho faille  complete Ihe work contra led for. The cheeks of I lie nn-  Mieces-fnl tenderers will he returned to them upon the  execution of the contract',  'renders will not. be considered unless made out on the  forms supplied, and signed with the actual siKiiainru of  the tenderers.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily, accepted. :,-  .,...:     . . ���    - ;-���,.���;;.'.v.-w.. s.-'.GOUK;?-  ,' Detint.v Conitnissioncr of Ijinds aiul Works.  Iannis and Works Departinotil,  .Victoria. U.(J., 21st July, 1890.  ��� -���  ���  m^L AND  :mmm��w& BELLE  jjwmm,. made  IlMiaf Hig# fflanfe. Go.  X#fslson, iH'itish Columbia.  St. Aljce fliineral Water  from  thfe fa.mous Har-  risoii Hot Springs. . . .  A COOL MEDICINAL BIlVfiRAGE  VICTCIUIA.  Vaxoouvkh  NUlAiO'N  Thorpe & ��d.r  r.lMlj-i-Ti).  R. REISTERER & CO  '"���'""jmKWKHS AN;!) "BOTTLKRH Oif?  Fine Lagei? Beei^,  i.'rojnpt a��d rcgHlar  dolivOry to tho firad��j>  Brewery at Nelson.  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   -Standard Oil Co.  Wasliirigton Brick arjd Lirr|e Co.  The H. W. PflcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Arjth,ra-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers In,  STOVEWOOD  K.1  LODGE   MEETINGS.  NIGHTS  OK  PYTHIAS-Nelson   l^dpe.   No.   25,  KniKlits of Pyt1''"^. meets in 1. O. O. F. llall.corncr  Haker an(l ICootonay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visitim: Knixhts cordially invited to attend.  T. 1.1I.I.IK. C. 0." R. G..JOY. K. Of R. & S.  NKIiSON LODGK, 'NO. 23, A, F, & A. M. Moots  second Weduesday in each month,. Sojourning  brethren invited. '  NELSON h- 0. !,., No. 1G>>2. ineeU in tO.O.f, Hall,  corner Haker nnd Kootenay ��trootH. 1st and 3rd  Frlilny of each month.   Visiting brothcrn cordiiilly invited.  JOUN TOYK. Vf. M. F. J. BRADLEY, Rec. Sec. THE  TRIBUNE: KELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Hi, 1S99.  a  illed Same Bay as  STOCKS THE LARGEST IN KGGTEKAY  lVGfl  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  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. Qilker  The Furnisher  Remember the Nahf\e  NEELANDS'  SHOE  EMPORIUM  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  'I l,-will tan to your advantage to hoc our largo  and complete .stock ot' -JRoots and Shoes, 'Wo  cirry the following lines; J. &. T. JJell, J.  D. Xing it Co., North Star Shoe Co., -Foots,  SoJiult/, it Co., Stratford Shoe Co., Ames, Itol-  den & Co., and other-  leading makers.  2G AND 28 WEST HAKER STRKET, NKI.SON  i.'1d.   ^s^IRTIBITXIR   &   CO. 1     I  1 4VS^ ABBI'v'E��. |H;|  ��� m      if  "Entire Gar of"  prings  From  s  George Grale & Son  *'#.#.������������  Large Shipment of  ii��  W.  ..��'  W  From The Gendron Mnfg. Co.  as  m  m  1     1 ID.    Is/L^j^-^l^JEKTTR   &   CO. J     |  rove  Garden  KEEPING  UP  ITS  REPUTATION  As an Ail-Round Fabricator.  TTiu AliiKjr is keeping up its reputation  for exclusively incorrect in formation.  Yesterday it published a "scare-head"  article stating that tho (J. J.1. R. was  about to commence tlio immediate construction of the line to Ralfour, and that  the contract for the timber had been  a warded to tho Nelson Saw <fc Planing  Mills. The local ol'iicials of the C. V. .ll.  had heard nothing- about it, and H. 10.  iJeasloy, when interviewed, .said : " Tt has  been generally understood that part of  the line to Dalfour would be built this  year, but as I have heard nothing- recently concerning tho matter, I can neither deny nor affirm the report, though I  do nob think it is true. It is not the  practice to call for bridge timber before  the grading is done."  An engineer of experience, commenting  on the article, said it would be unheard  of to let the contracts for timber and  piles when only the preliminary .survey  work had been done. Such contracts are  let by the engineer iii charge on the  ground when he knows to a foot what is  wanted. To cap all, alderman Hillyer  came into town last night, aud when told  of the big contract said it was the first  he had heard of it. It was not let before  lie went away, and nobody had authority  to make the contract iu liis absence. As  announced at tlie time in Tins Tin hunk,  Alderman Hillyer bought a large quantity of logs about three weeks ago. The  Miner has just heard of it, and hence the  mistake, but as the line is undoubtedly  going to be built on a date to be fixed,  these fairy tales may be expected two or  three times a month in the hope of even-  tua.lly getting a scoop.  In the same issue of the Miner it was  slated that the robber of Maslonka had  been located in Spokane. Up to a late  hour last night tlie police authorities had  received no such news, though they claim  to have reason to suppose that he is in  a totally di If event part <-f the country.  Thus the story that Maslonka cannot afford to extradite him, and that the  authorities will not is a lie.  There Avas a good deal of betting yesterday on the Nelson-Victoria lacrosse  match. One prominent citizen took $30  to .$::()() and .$20 to ifiSO from a Victorian  who is in town, and afterwards bet $2 to  $10 on Nelson after the score stood three  to one in favor of Victoria. There was  also considerable speculation around the  Spokane Falls & Northern bulletin board  as to the winner of the next goal.  Fort Steele is going to liave races on  Labor Day,September 1th. The program-  in e consists of MOO yards, quarter mile  and 000 yards races with $100 for the  winner and $">()"foi- the second in each  event.  Frank Campbell, tho new proprietor of  the Clarke house, intends closing his dining room and having it fitted upas a. first-  class restaurant and grill room.  The Hamilton Powder Companp's new  magazine, two miles this side of Five-niile  point, is finished, and the explosives will  be moved into.it from across the lake as  soon as the weather is line enough. The  new building is a, commodious one, being  .",0x10x10 in the clear.  Mine inspector Mctiregor might possibly find something to inspect by making  a, trip to Toad mountain.  Tho moonlight excursion under the  auspices of the ladies of tlio Presbyterian  church will be held today. The steamer  Alberta will leave the city wharf at  7:30 p. m., returning at 11:30 p. m.  Word lias been received that the negotiations for placing a large block of Fairmont (Ymir) treasury stock were practically concluded and should be an accomplished fact at this writing. New machinery for tho mine has also been ordered.  A public meeting has been called by  mayor Neelands for Thursday night in  the fire hall to discuss plans for the entertainment of tho members of the Fasten) Press Association during,, their visit  to Nelson next week.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Got a Penitentiary Sentence.  John Lerone was brought in from Fernie yesterday by constable Bullick,  charged witli having broken into the  Canadian Pacific railway warehouse at  that town, anil having taken thence 1!)  cases of dynamite, valued at $101.50. He  ���was arrested while trying to dispose of  the dynamite. Lerone elected for a  speedy trial, aud his ease was promptly  dealt with by judge Forin." Jle pleaded  not guilty,'but had practically no defense, merely saying he was drunk and  did not remember anything about-the  occurrence. Constable Bullick and Mr.  Jansen, Canadian Pacific railway agent  at Fernie, testified against tke .prisoner,  who was not represented by counsel. J-Ic  was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in the penitentiary.  Six-room furnished house to let on Mill  sti-cut.   Address Hon MS, Nolson.  To Let���Neatly furnished rooms at  the ooi-iim- of Wiinl and Vielorin .streets. Apply lo A.  IT. Clements.  For Rent���The residence at the corner  of Victoria nnd Wind street.-',  now orcup'cd by W. A  Alncili imlil,  will  bo  for rent  Apply to A. II. Clements.  Furnished  bmie ollico.  nit.r   tlio   loth   instant.  room to  rent.    Apply Tri-  "Ilarry Wright's team" are not having  it all their own way a.6 the Coast.  The foundation walls of the   provincial'  laud registry ollico  building are  noaring  completion anil trees are growing in   the  basement of the  new  Bank of  Montreal  building.  S. S. 'Taylor has gone to the Coast, and  ID. C. Travos is anxiously awaiting his re-  burn.  A. 0. Lowe, manager of the Kootenay  Cigar factory, left on Sunday for a two-  weeks' vacation trip to Halcyon hot  'Springs. '<  Janies Lawrence returned, last night  from a/business ti-ip to Ymir. He says  that business is improving and1 that there  are no idle tnen artmiidjthju^o^vu._JVJLore.  CD  cn  CO  as  CD  ���J  UJ  ca*  SB  GO  _J  aa  ��S  I���  CO  CO  ca  CO  CO  oo  CO  prospdetitig and assessment work is being  done thiln in any previous, year, and the  merchants are doing a good outfitting  trade.  Residents in the eastern part, of the  city are complaining loudly of the iUi-  uoyance caused by cows running at large  aiid Causing damage to their gardens. Oil  Sunday moriiing, N. T. MacLeod awakened, shortly after daylight and saw  three CoAVs tramping down a strawberry  patch he had recently planted in his  groiiinls and eating the herbage oil' his  fruit trees.  NEAR FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  isnmiDSOisr  THE   FINEST   PLEASURE-  RESORT " IN   KOOTENAY  SHERIFF'S SALE.  I'royince   of  British   Columbia, Nelson, Wosti  Kootc-  miy* ici-wii-:  My virtue of a warrant of, o.xoist'itiQM issuort out. of the  0(>tl,!it.y,C'ourl,-of Root- nay, liOlUom, wt Nelson, till thefaiit.  of Krunlc I.ftvirt, plainOir.ami to mo clirb'-lurl against l.ho  uooils ii.li . cluiUi-ls.of the Kootenay Aii-Sii|iply Company,  ��tuf'aiHlu,n't>. 1'Imve riolxudiiml tnkm in execution nil the  rife'lii,. Mile ii'iitl interestof tlio .siid rtcfundiint, the Koot-  (.Mliiy Air Supply C'ompiiliy, in ono urritflH .stamiboilor,  olio miicliint- urill, ono bellows, Ono tinvil, onooro 'bucket,  two pieces of compi-issor jnticluJiory, foitr .joints of pipe,  nil now siltmtt'd on CoH'eo IJi-ook, in tlio AiiiKWofth min-  iiiK division of West, ICooLeiKiy district, (o recover the  ���Huiu Of two htifidi-iid itfirt sovcntyisix dollars mid oiKbtv-  sovcu cents (��-_'7(i.S7), nmounl of Haiti o\-oeullon besides  slicriirspoiindiigu, ollicer's fees, cosLs, and nil oilier legill  mid iimidiMittil expenses.  All of which X shall expose for sale, or nifllci.'nt thereof  to satisfy said judgment, debt awl eo.-ls, ill iront o-' my  oltlcc, next to tho (Joiu-t House, in tlio city of Nelson, un  the 3rd of August, A. 1). ISiK), at the hour of eleven  o'clock in i lie forenoon.  NotK���Intending purchasers will satisfy Uicinsc'w S as  to interc-ts aint liile or tlio said Company, defendants.  Dated at Collco Crock, H. C. 28th .Inly, IS!)!).  S. r. TUCK, Shoriir of South Ivootrnay.  The abovo salo is positioned until Thursday, tho 10th  day of August, 1S9D. at, the same iilace und hour.  S. W TUCK, ahoriiroC South..Kootenay.  The above salo is further postponed until Monday, tho  21slday of August, 1811!), at the same place and hour.  S. IJ. TUCK. Sherill- of South Kootenay.  APPLICATION TO TRANSFER LICENSeT  Thirty days notice is hereby given that 1 will apply at.  the next sitl ing of the Licensing Hoard of |ho City of  Nolson, 11. C. lb boallowed to transfer the ruin. 1 litpur  HeeiiHO now held by mo for the Clarke Hotel, situate on  lots numbered eleven and twelve (11 and l^i in block  numbered live (5)of the City of.Nol.snn, British Columbia.  to Frank Campbell jind George W. llaillelt. ' ...  ',K:<::vClvAltKB.  DnUii-l at Nelson, II. C, this lliLh day of Augusi, lSiHI.  IT PAYS US to deal squarely with  you and to represent our goods and  methods just as they are. It pays us  to strive for excellence in quality,  price and service---aiming to place in  the bands of our customers the best  goods at the smallest figures. On  this basis we invite your inspection  of our lines.  IT WILL PAY YOU to carefully examine our line of fine gold jewelry,  diamond mountings, mounted diamonds, stone rings, loose diamonds,  and othe;r precious stp;nqs. We owe  it to oar customers to giye them the  best made and the most stylish. goods  we fean buy. Our manufactured goods  are of just this Hind. Our stocfe of  .smalLcliamond^rjngsJs^especiaily^at^  tractive, and prices equally so, and  you owe it to yourself to buy goods  for as little money as possible. Write,  wire or,telephone us; we are always  at home to our customers*  A FEW NEW LINES RECEIVED  THIS WEEK: Table Lamps, Piano  Lamps, Table and Piano Lamp combined, Jardinieres, Jardiniere Tables,  Fire Sets, Umbrella Stands, . Letter  Racks, Paper Holders, Photo Frames,  Ash Trays, Bronzes, Vases and Pitchers of all deScfiptioris, Sconces, Mirrors, and Cahdelabras; also a large  consignment of Parlor Lamps and  Fancy Globes.  As we only employ the most skilled  watchmakers, we will guarantee all  work satisfactory.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler.  Re Goat River Mining Division.  That, tlio above mining division has been extended by  the addition of all that part of the Ainsworth Mining  Division lying south of tho.height of land between  Gray's and Crawford Crocks, thence westerly to Craiv-  ford Bay, thence crossing Kootenay Lake to Proctor's  Point.  The ofllcc cf this enlarged "Goat; River Division" is  now located at Kuskonook, where jt.he mining recorder  Will bo found in r.I tendance during ollico hours.  .1. 4'itKl) BUMK, Minister of Mines.  August 8th, 18UU  PUBLIC NOTICE!  A mooting of tho cl! izens of Nelson will be held in the  lire hall at, 8 o'clock on Thursday, August 17th, for tho  purpose of arranging for the reception of the members t f  the Canadian Press Association, who aro expected to  arrivo in Ne!son on August 21th.  H. G. N1CICLANDS, Mayor.  WANTED.  WA\*Tl<:r>-Good general servant.  Galliher & Wilson.      .  Apply at olllco of.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C  SANDON, B. C��  DEALERS  IN  ware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORE  OARS  Canton Brill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  J'essop'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, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:  Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.=  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf  rf.  ^re You Going for a Holiday?  c. ���  Why, yes;  on a fishing excursion and I intend to  huy my tackle from  The Lawrence Hardware Co.  Who keeps the best and cheapest goods in Nelson  WE  LEFT  STILL HAVE A FEW HAMMOCKS  which v/e are selling at a snap  ALL KINDS OF CAMPING SUPPLIES  The  Lawrence Hardware Co*  0: Xffl&Wi:,  Telephones 10 and^ <$!" iR6#teftike BjHM;-;&" W  EAST BAKER STREET  L4   ������.  *  ' .,  WEST BAKER; BTRIeT  MANY  NEW  OUSTOM:^R.a  Are added to our list each and every rriorith. This month has,  been an exceptional one, the number of new customers far exceeds 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.  ri,say  FRUIT  JARS I  Direct from  half gallons.  Lake of the  the manufacturer in pints,  quarts, and  Woods Flour in stock.  Wantk...  A uood shinfrlo jointer at once,  lliiehaij.-in's lumber ollicc, NcIkod.  Api>Iy  JOHN A. IRVING & COMPANY]  Baker Street Went, Nelson, 13. C.   . '  Strachan   Bros.  E>r,XT3VrBEI2S,   ETC.  OPEEA   JHOXXSJE   BLOCK  ..���.^������K]^^>^^t*-<rfn ������*w  iff^i"^��''", Jt.TUB.'l^n

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