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 TENSION IN _JHE_ TRANSVAAL  Continues Unrelieved.  London,  September   1.���This  evening  the secretary  of  state   for the  colonies,  Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, issued the  text  of the despatches of August 19th and 21st,  cand of the reply of the Imperial   government on August 2(>th.    The publication is  accompanied by a note  emphasizing the  advisability of making the corrected versions known, owing to the  fact  that an  incorrect version' has  been   published in  Pretoria.     The   Transvaal   despatch    of  August 10th  contains  the  proposals   regarding the  franchise which go upon the  assumption that 'Great Britain will agree  that the present   intervention   does   not  constitute a precedent and will allow tho  suzerainty    question    to    drop    tacitly.  The       despatch        of       August     21st  makes the proposed concessions expressly  conditional   upon   Great   Britain   uiider-  . taking not to intei'fere'with future affairs  of the Transvaal nor insist   upon a  further  assertion   of   the  existence  of   tlie  suzerainty and   to agree to arbitration.  The reply  of  the   imperial   government  dated  August  28th declares that Great  Britain considers that the proposals pub  forward as alternative to  those  of July  21st, assume the adoption in principle of  a franchise which will not be hampered  by   conditions  impairing   its   usefulness  and wliich will insure immediate representation.    With.respect to intervention,  the imperial note says that the government   cannot   deliver  themselves   from  their rights under the  conventions, nor  deliver themselves from   the  obligations  of a civilized power  to  protect  its subjects abroad from injustice.  Tho note concludes by reminding the  Transvaal that'other matters exist which  the granting of a political franchise will  not settle and which are the proper subjects for arbitration. These, the note declares, it will be necessary to settle concurrently with the questions already under discussion, and they will form, with  the question .of arbitration, proper subjects for the proposed Capetown conference. '  The Pretoria vei'sion of the imperial  reply was that .'Mr. Chamberlain was unable to consider the Transvaal proposals  as to an alternative joint commission of  inquiry.  London, September 1.���The situation  in South Africa has become rather coni-  ''plicated. The strong feeling of the Dutch  element in Cape Colony evidently influences the secretary of state for tlie colonies, Mr.  Chamberlain,  to do everything  ^  m,  SATURDAY MORNING   SEPTEMBER 2,  181)9.  I.CBI1ISHBD AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY,  cores; minister of foreign affairs, Domingo  Eerreras; minister of finance, Sain Moya;  minister of justice, Jose Ma Noel; minister of agriculture, Ai'turo Seno ; minister  of posts and telegraphs, Jose Eroga/.man.  The seat of the provisional  government up to the'present has been .'it  Moca, there was some disorder here. The  residence of AmaimiaDiamoiiron, former  minister Neuriquez and that of former  governor Pichardo were stoned. Nobody,  however, was injured. Neuriquez. has  resigned aud ' it is supposed that"-the  other ministers will do the same. A committee composed of Patino Mania Costi'o  and Alvaro Logrone has been appointed  to maintain order. The French warship  Cecil le has left this port. The Dominican  warshio Restauracion is still on the rocks  at Macoris and will probably prove a  total loss.   '  -:  THE CITY HAS CONTROL OF AN  ��a.t"? *���Gapetbw.ii  - ��to.  at-rang,^  IfnlVl^thel'-  ��-.consfci tutioji> of * ^u;u,arbi.fcra1kio.n> (Sou vfc ^tra  '-."Avh;r$h^  i"?-���takek" vfnsfc"-place? uixv.the^coj:. trfrversys,,  ;**��� Slfeeiii$r;bdjspj^  .'"*' "iexpii _il?i_!T6 "belielC��tt|ji_bC^'"S^d!lfeEaifd -wl 1.1  Ample Water Supply.  City engineer McCulloch returned on  Thursday evening from an inspection of  tho electric light flume which is being  completed by MeBeath <fc Peters. The  original contract is completed with the  exception of putting the cover upon the  flume. While the engineer .was upon  the ground he turned the entire flow of  the creek into the flume and decided that  it would be necessary to build another  hundred feet of flume to prevent' any  difficulty with the water on the Nelson  & Fort Shcppard railway track. This  extra piece of flume, together with the  covering of the whole, should be com;  pleted in about four days. The engineer  claims the contractors have done a first-  class job, and that while no measurements were taken last winter during extreme low water, Summit creek appears  to flow as much water as Cottonwood -  Smith creek. By connecting the next  large creek to the south the city will  have not less than one thousand miners'  inches of water,-wliich should be ample  for both household and power purposes  for a town of ten thousand population.  ������.,- -.Ontario; Pastures Are Drying. Up.  .^tjitI3cSl,ci!.ei_^S^ * aSi^..*iitu.tSlin_:SVr^i'_����csja['E  8 pijbspVet.of^.fuftillierfdelay^ �� ."*���" ".' ����� " '���_""�� ������  J.".��"_5'A^ELETp>y^.-;S;ei9tj^Ho*"r. I>-^lleports,"i'q^  "-eei-yejl" Jiel&���''f rc.m/ -Ta^jojis: ".ont'lyliTg" &xs~  "...fpc^oti^ Vlxmxx as'  "being ifra state" of exi'ltenieiit Tlie htiv-  ^gllfeijs, |t��� "js said, a&i". wat^iiiig; deyej0p:  .n^nts^Me^ theili-  . jiope for r(v; l|ea^_|i>tl^solutibn! of the crisis.  .iJlieWi/fil.gV^^'^Od'tt? {)f Bi'itisli siitj-  feeijrj f i'oin Jlie iitrgei; towhss  Orders have  - b00ii. issued to OouSiiSaiid^nts and? jfieM  col'tifete ito Ji!l|;ve;the"inselves and tlie hnr>=  gliers iii reitctiifess. itt the eVeiit Of air -out*  bl'&ik of hostilities.  LONDON, Stepteiiiber 1.���Colonel Ileetor  Ai'Chibtlld    Mjtfcdbnaltl,   tlie   OiiHTuiulan  hero, ha.s been iirgen tly summoned to report at the war office. He expects to go  to Cape Cdioiiy hnmediafcely.  BtrLUSVAYO., " MatabeTeiand. British  Sonth Aft'ica, September 1.-���Recruits for  colonel Pluiiier's camp are going to that  place daily. Sixty South Rhodesia vol*  uijteefs were sworn, in yesterday.  BLOHMIi'oNTAjN, Orange Free "State, September 1.��� Tho assertion made yesterday  in .t local new.spjtpcr that orders had been  given for-the; immediate ���supply of ctpiip-  liteilt and _{irtirid|?es to tlio Oraivge Fi'ee  Scatti ai'tillei'y is doctored linfouiitled.  Pftiyl'ORiA,' SepteinbtJr I,���The Volks-  raad lias deferred tlie discussion of the  cori'cspondeuce exchanged between tlie  Imperial and Transvaal, governments until Monday, when a motion regarding the  presence of British troops on the Transvaal border will be debated separately.  Herr Fischer, the special envoy of the  Orange l^ree State, has arrived here, from  Bloeiufoutein, and is consulting with the  government ou the situation. Last  night's session of the volksraad was  short, as the reply to Great Britain was  not ready.:  London, September 2.���The Pretoria  correspondent of the Morning Post says :  President Kruger told a prominent Boer  yesterday (Wednesday) that war was  practically certain. Every Boer is now  armed with a mauser and has a hundred  rounds for practice. "I am convinced  that the reports of the Boers not being  prepared are only a pretense and they  will strike a blow when it is least expected." - '   .  Provisional Government Formed.  Santo Domingo, September 1.���The  revolutionists have formed the following  provisional government: President, Horatio Varquez; minister of the interior,  Jose Brache; minister of war, Ramon Ga  il}; She giSi'tli-e^Si-p^i^of, -thle'-^prO^lfi'de) '"I'-ii  "_aseirof" li, iiMikMfiVe?. li)'tsijg-s^tSir^etlHife-'-:ii'.  tearked;���^tjiat .there,4.wiU;"{ini9.%-'qe��.eri^uj*h!  .wji^eihayiiS'Ia^e^ttlkee'ia- it?iiifdefe' .;eontroiv'  fBut^iot\y^tlista^liu^ ��tlie^poor.spSstu|age,*  ��ca;tntfe. ��&"t^^^  ' .:^,ood":"-c"biJd^ftioi^R^  ljiilk;ill rapidly ftdlCpg";^  will? - reiiry a* -gon!^HVjra"]bj.e';p_^jfi.tin1b:y/ i\xea'  high" prices of beef ���no'.v ���pVevaiUiig'.-,   Jt  ��\va& stated, at; the J^royiiicial'D^pai^mont  of" _^i^c^Jtit^eV.���hfa''m'Qi?niiign that more  yoting; catjilo hixA "been li'Krtis.fetf.- tliis .y^ear  tliaii ih any year during; the last ;fif teeii  ���years.  A ��ood PatrQlmafi Wanted.  Tlie police commi^sioileifs had a meeting yesterday, wJien police matters generally were .talked over. The work of  the meeting consisted in the passing.of a  -nTvinbei^of^resohvtions^^T-he-iirst=ealled-=  the attention of the council to the defective Condition of the city jail, and recom-  liiended that the outside openings in the  cell walls should be walled up. The  second resolution was an instruction' to  the members of the police force to hustle  all the idle men Out of the city* The'  third- resolution explains itself. It was  made by alderinan Hillyer, seconded by  commissioner Crease, and read: "Tliat  the chairman be instructed to obtain it  once it good .aiid .efficient patrolman.'' As  a means of securing kno^vledge of the  idle men the commissioners also passed a  resolution -i-equirhig the keepers of hotels  and saloons to report' daily to tlie police  all idle persons, and that if such is not  dope the attention of the license eomiiiis-  sionei'S will be drawn to such default..  yachtsmen Squabble Over the Clip.  Toronto, September I.���The Canada  cup is still in Toronto, although it was  presented to the Chicago Yacht Club on  Saturday last. There is a little trouble  over the engraving on the cup, and the  difficulty is between the Rochester club  and the Chicago club. The former waut  the inscription to read : " The Genesee of  Rochester," while the latter insist on the  wording : " Genesee of the Chicago Yacht  Club." It is expected the difficulty Avill  be adjusted satisfactorily to both the  American clubs.  Prize-Fight in New York.  New York, September 1.���At the  Broadway Athletic Club tonight Eugene  Benzinah was knocked out in the tenth  round by Joe Gaus. The time of the  tenth round was two minutes, twenty-  five secouds._   Senator Price Dead.  Qurciiisc, September 1.���Senator Price  died yesterday at about 10 o'clock.  PAYMENT MADE ON THE NOONDAY  And the Mine Never Looked Better.  Silvrhton, September 1.���The first  payment on the Noonday bond, which  fell due yesterday, was promptly met by  the lessees, who furthermore bought outright a one-quarter interest in the property. The mine has never looked better  or had niore ore in sight than at the present time. The main tunnel has been  driven ahead a distance of 210 feet, the  last fifteen feet having been drive��n into  the new ore shute, which shows itself to  be even bigger than that out of which all  the ore ..shipped has been stoped, A lower  tunnel is being driven to tap both ore  shutes at a good depth. It has now  reached, a point just below the mouth of  the upper tunnel, and a crosscut will be  run from this point to tho ore body exposed above.  Blanket-laden men are arriving here  almost daily from the south. They are  being brought in to work on the Emily  Edith wagon road, although at the present time there are enough local men to  do the Avork. It is reported on the  streets here that considerable dissatis^  faction prevails among the men on that  work and some have already quit work  and returned to Nelson.  The football match played here oh  Wednesday between Slocan City and Sil'f:  verton resulted in a win for the local  team, with four goals to nil.  The C.P.R repair gang are here repairing and enlarging the dock.'  Some-lumber for the Wakefield flume  was unloaded here on Monday and a  large order for the same mine will be  brought down next Tuesday.  Work on the ucw schoolhouse has commenced.  Two Brutal Officers.  Paris, September 1.���The Matin today'  publishes details of the investigation'-into.-  the conduct of captain Voulet and captain Chanoiue, charged with barbarous  cruelties to "the natives of the-,French!  Soudan, which led to the sending of ah  expedition under lieutenant-colonel Klobo"  af tef *themi"JikU^\^iuU"^.'t\M^fi\^i}}M^t  li*pvp "omqer$���m^  Snand'vof'"^^^  n'oS11"'0   '��    nji n '* 5r ' B  tf"*il  DD      D   D "Jp l��     �� \m       ' " ''u    _i_Ifliilf?       D -n "    ^       D  ^workvbffba^brtliity.s.bysbehead  who had declared-he did not know about  ,whaktjhe?was.beiHg":fIwestioued.  THE TOWNS AND THE DISTRICT  A Forty-Thousand Dollar Shipment.  Tho Hall Mines, Limited, opened the  .present month with an old time .shipment  of copper matte and bulk copper. There  were all told just 271,117 pounds of  copper in the shipment which- was entered through the customs as being  valued at $l(),5l.'3. The copper was consigned to the refinery at Newark, New  Jersey, and will go forward over the  Crow's Nest branch of the Canadian  Pacific. Yesterday's shipment by the  Hall Minos represents in value more than  half the entire exports through the port  of Nelson for the former month. c  Does Not Like the Appointments.  Kaslo Ivoolcnaian.  Among recent Gazette notices we find  the appointment of D. C. Kurtz of Kaslo  to the office of collector of votes for the  Slocan riding. The duties of the position  are not only clerical but judicial. The  collector of votes presides at the court of  revision and is the judge in event of any  application being the subject of dispute.  Under the late administration W. J.  Goepel held the office .for the riding as  then constituted. In the other provinces  the sheriffs of the counties or barristers  duly admitted to practice are alone qualU  fled for appointment as revisers of voters*  lists. The lists of voters for Dominion purposes were formerly revised by j udges of the  county or supreme courts, judge Walkem  holding the appointment for this district.  Now the voters' lists prepared for provincial purposes (which in our case are  to be revised by Mr. Kurtz) will be the  lists for Dominion purposes as well. Mr.  Kurtz is a clerk in the office of John  Keen. He is ������. of youthful appearance,  probably not of age to have his own  name on the voters' list. He is a civil and  attentive young man and may iu good  time rise to be governor of the province.  But it appears strange that a man of ma--  turecyears and:vindependeut pbsitioii cannot be found to assume duties so respbn--  sible that they formerly required the  joint abilities of Mr. Goepel and Mr. jus-  ?ti&& WaJK&nfc ��� "iWtf 1& oh^ln^slibjeiiiS ^ev  ���alsosliote* piB���%iiiQihtinentulQf-^.::A:.'Mill^  ;*Simpkrnfc,aX-s^t,egi,warsof "--jj"--- -���>-*-��-^-��  ^<b [^nta   ���    7rrl'infl1Pn'       itch-    "Vi^o.^.11 .niln   ^n h  coiir t-at "Nelsdii k  know*  ��the^.lcoi  ilrSMlllsflfe;  ..aiidi, plnldr^iij .^  fain^niiii'^iCTl^ari^  'inhabwlwits... �� nCl'iSnbiVi"efJ...l,M''��is>vasse��i^  puftsufe&va\^aa*tiive - wlioLhad���'*$v6}fji&&(l'J,&e.l  ssoldier.:/.. ��pe>*ii}so^i!bu  ^ liay ing" losfc !:.six^" |neii:. dhf VaMeivgageihen-td'  r}nshi|d..a pillage 3and".p,aptin'edjtwenty��o��^  the inhabit.^tB, ��E wliich.::)ii}uib^r��"lie  Iviiiecl "tejn, plkcing "tlieir *hVads���bil;,piclc"s.  It is further feporfetl i11ia-tn!Clntti0iheritl-  lowed liis iffeii" to nnXtihVtej .the"bo^li^s.^f.  iltijii\fes wlio ^eVe, killJad by feuttjint off  their hands.. iSlt ihese act^ according to  theMittiiiyOfietn'redin J.tiiiiary last,  ;tere,s^'.<)frl'iSig��5a.iVts,^ 'ehd'" *n/ust  I pay'tfhil'ail%1,iuidet;s. "that tlie, cbiirfes will -  ttiike;thi3ir "lbiig^vScatioji- dtiriii'g fliis ���'"'  euniben^y pf tli6.oiiic.Q of .registrar...  in-  throughoiit the province. On December  81st last the mortgage loans of the company amounted to but $15,:]50 and the  assets to Jj? 10,753. These figures werj  swelled on July 10th to $45,000 in mortgage loans and $50,097.05 in assets. Much  of the new business which has come to  the company during the past few months  was secured in this city.  The management of the Nelson baseball team has decided to give a ball in  the theater on Thursday evening next.  Tho arrangements for the ball promise to  be of the first order.  Fred Cook of Ottawa, supreme grand  vice president of the Sons of England,  was given a nice reception last evening  by the local members of the society. The  guest of the evening gave a very intei--  e'sting speech upon the order and in  speaking of its growth announced that  two new'lodges wore to be organized in  the province, one of wliich would be  organized,, in Rossland. Following Mr.  Cook's address a programme of music  was presented. '  ALDERMEN WANT MORE BYLAWS  Than  They Can Enforce.  A notice has been posted calling for a  special meeting of the city council for  this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The business  which will come before the meeting will  consist of five liew bylaws. There is  one for the closing of barber shops on  Sunday, the penalty clause in which is  $100 fine for barbers who shave on Sunday. Due notice has been given of this  bylaw. It is doubtful if the other bylaws  can come up, jis insufficient notice is  alleged and at least one member of the  council will object to their consideration.  They provide for the numbering of the  houses throughout the city, for the collection of a road tax of two dollars froni  all males between the ages of 21 aud: 50  'years, for the regulation of wash-houses,  and for the prohibition'-of-'.the sale of  anything oil Sunday save milk; drugs and  medicine. The penalty clause in tliis bylaw is also $100 fine. ,  '^��&        "rB, <i\n.a& ^Ify     ftD��'<'      f^       "��*��     J.   ^0����   ^n      ���nCuDn  L'|The-.'Be.*l^  Inyestiga-tfng Parjby Seat.- -  St, MlCHAfet, Alaska, Aiigust 14 via  Seattle, Septeniber l.-^TDhe investigation  of the reported innrder Of tho .'members  of the Jessie expedition by iudiaus at  the nionth of the  KuSkmyim  river last  suiniuer has begun. The cutter Col'win  left today for Nuniviik island where B. C.  Mitrsten, a trader, wlio says the members,  of the expedition were massacred, will  be taken aboard. The Corwiu will then  go to the mouth of Kiiskowiin and laud  an investigating party, which,- besides,  members of the crew, will include United  pStittes mai'shal! Slioup, 'Who arrived hero  several days ago-ih company with Lfiiited  .States disti'iet judge Johnson. It is expected, the investigation will last .several  days. If any evidence of liiurder is found  the .suspected natives will bo arrested  and taken to Sitka for trial on the  revenue cutter McCnlloc'li.  More Trickery.  RknNMS, September 1.���M. -Godfrey  Cavignae, forinerly minister of Avar,  returned to Hennes this evening. There  is much speculation respecting tho motive  for his reappearance, here. The general  conjecture is that it implies a fresh  shuffling of the cards of the prosecution.  Symptoms of despondency have manifested themselves in Dreyfusard circles  during the last few days.  Jeffries, and Sharkey to Fight.  New York, September 1.���.Tim Jeffries  of California and Tom Sharkey of DuiH  kirk, Ireland,, will ��� fight for the heavyweight championship of the world at the  Coney Island Club ou September 23rd.  The New "York and Coney Island Club  offered six per cent of the gate receipts  with a guarantee of $30,000, and deposited a check for $2500 as a forfeit.  v..".-   .    ''The^Biirj^ . .-"���.. ' " ' ".  .jfesiilc Kennedy.. $lie^liau^who; broke  .'oiijt ofitjiecit.y jail qui Mo^sday overling,,  ."was^caT^turedi.yesterday -iftoiuii'hg"aBonI  10>|&.ne^r Sjocali' Jain^ti^i|.   -Alee DoW>.  eiigineer bu*rthei'SlBocah "train. Spotted-Ken*  u"edy..oii. jthe traelc. aS -}|e,.pissed  on  his i  Liiioriiing trip./- n'%ia^afi|Hh.g^id.ciAi!: JunG-  ti;on Dow tele;gfev})hed:to pi-Qviucial con-  .s&ble Forrester a$ Mobsj)ii| aiid the lattei'  jSame op on a Ijandelii^ aijd ��ffected the  ���arrest; Slioi'tly af ffer Kennedy had passed  Sloeaii Junetion^ Alee Dow afeo located  Wobds, the iniii'dever of Pactdy. Woods,  and i?ave the iiifbi-niation which led to  his afi-est and- subsequent ecJnvic.fcioii,  Greiyt credit is due him fpr liis promptness  Was it Murder?  Victoria, September 1.���Miss Bruno, a  dressmaker, sixteen years of age, disappeared yesterday, and was found drowned  off" Beacon Hill this morning under most  suspicious circumstances.  and vigilance. Kennedy, When arrested,  had nine revolvers on him. He had evi^  ciently 1 if ted li is cache after escaping; f I'om  jail. Chief of police Jai'vis went down  after him oil a freight train, and brought  him safely into town once more oil the  7.130 train. Kennedy's, attempt to escape  is likely to make things hot for him. He  was at ili'st al'i'osted, and detained on suspicion, ther0 being no direct evidence  against liim. By being arrested witli tlie  stolen goods on Ijini he lias furnished the  police with tlie evidence for Which they  are looking, and is, moi'enver, liable to  seven years' hhpi'isoiiiuent for jail bi'cak-  iilgr even if the original fcharge cannot  be proved. The offense for which he Will  be tried Will be .shop breaking'.aiid breaking jail.        ^  ���  NELSON.  A. Ferland & Co. have decided to give  the people of Nelson the advantage of a  genuine slaughter sale. To do this they  have decided to move the $5000 bankrupt  stock, which they purchased from the  estate of Crawford' & McMillan, from  Sandon to Nelson. The bulk of the  stock is now on the way. It was purchased away below- the regular wholesale  price so there will be no fake in their  marking at cost. In another column will  be seen the firm's announcement that the  sale will commence on or before Saturday next dependent upon the arrival of  the goods in Nelson.  The committee of the Labor Day celebration have .arranged for a special train  to leave Nelson for Rossland on Monday  morning next for the accomodation of  those intending to take in the celebration.  The British Columbia Permanent Loan  and Saving Company of Vancouver is  meeting with considerable success iu its  competition with outside loan, coinpauies  :&bmpl.|^  ;-.forift0i:drjiljsj=1tb" fe-ins&lled" SS" ^sorai! >s -;  ;poss;ibl.Qi;..'-Tll1^.* ni.o>-&;o*n-th���e.- "par| ibfv;th?>'"  .��� 'M'Cl^r.-pe^ tile deveiopt  meixt^pfchelniiiiQ alonp^,t;Iib^I|nqs��pi:5poSed^  -��by�� sn-peuintoid-eufc^Carly-le ��and-��" accepted  a"'b,y>the.di,i^Gitoi^^jv'jiLp  dejay/ "CKel^v" pll^ln^illes 'f^i>ii.-v_!-^  &vl .ijlfm," BfyQO.. &^f dejep}    Th is sha%  -Whitfh will cut the niaiii yein at a dfep.tli  ; ofilibbftl i:o^,o,.:feet.,--'.vaiO^  deepest shaft; in CiinYidji}.. 'Tlie. present  a"ir 'COnipressOr oil the. mino ,|Jro.vides- xiir  ;fdiv40'di'iiis, "It will be seen that, witli  tli_e inStallatioh of the- new pl(i,iit. a, litrge  Mifcreajse iii ehe woRfeingfbre.e of tlie mine-  w3.ll' be i'Sndej'ed; necessary, and a cOii-  Sidei'abie inei%ase in tlie output of ore is  to be looked fbr.   Ceaseless Activity.  TALE OF DEATH AND SUFFERING  In the frozen North.  Skattlr, September 1.���Two steamers  arrived   from   Alaska   today    bringing  about 500.miners fortunate and unfortunate.    The  Lauiada came  from St.'Michael and the Humboldt from  Skagway.  The   total   amount of   gold  dust   they  brought down is estimated at half a million.    The reports  from   the Cape Nome  districts are still conflicting, but the fact  remains that considerable  gold dust was  brought from there by passengers on the  Liiurada.    The dust is very  fine and had  to  be  amalgamated.    S.  A.  Warren   &  O.  II.  Roberts  of Denver  brought out  $50,000 from the "Ragle  City district,  J.  Dickinson, who has been iii that  district  six years had  .$25,000.    Prom  the  Klon-  dyke came J.-Y.  Ladd with  $20,000,   E.  McGrath with $50,000 and Charles Anderson   with  $10,000.    One  stalwart  miner  struggled  toward  the  assay office   this  morning with a sack of dust fifteen inches  long, and was asked where he came from:  "Eagle City, sir, and that on the -American side, and I am  an American  miner,  and don't you foiget it."    Ho seemed to  take as much pride in the  latter xiartfof  his statement as he did in his sack of dlist. ���  Many hard luck stories are also told.    T.  C. Martin of Chicago lies  in Providence .  hospital,  and   his   old  partner, Thomas %  Craigie of the same  city, is dead on the$i.'  barren and inhospitable  shore of Kotze- ,:  bue sound.    Martin  went  in  two years |  ago and is a physical wreck, glad to have   -  escaped with  his  life. "He says the ter-'���%  rors  they  experienced  were awfid  and ^  cannot   be   described.     He   had-to -lie'y  helped    off     the     Laurada.   and ; into.v  aud    out   of     the     conveyance    by Vta  friend    named     Kyle,    who   took "him,  to the hospital. P. J. Peterson of Chicago %  came back on the 'Laurada.     He  had ah :.."  iron constitution and does not seemto be. |i  ..much' - the   worse  off  for   a'  long ;hard3; 5  winter spent in  the  Kotzebue  country. ^  "I was the only  one  though,  out  of \31H*$.  who   pitched  canip  together,  that;was? y;  able when the ice broke up, to walk ''but "i;'  on   straight legs."      Peterson^ winterfedSS  about  265   miles  up the��Kobuck  river ?3!  from the mission on Hoodum inlet. - Mikel-y,  Daly- aud two Frenchmen from Provid-Swi  ence, Rhode Island, ai-e reported to^have S!?  died last winter, in the Koyukuk countryKsi?.  Their bodies were found this.spi.iug. ;Div;ft|  Groves of Redding, California, died in the-i;!.,  Koyukuk coiuitry of ..spinal- mehihgitisMii  Behriug sea was swept by a terrific'-wiiid|||  ���mi  storm oh the 10th, 20th and 21st of Aug^.||*  ust that made all shipping caught?birt>iiiS^  a^sJru'ggM^i^  ."gu fibolffi&eaMitt. ijfflifc^  ���t&v$\R\xsh^���and?.^oijwnr and^^ithe^;a_!*uraa��'t5  Bigf-MamtoM^Haryest."  Eyen the British Colnmbia Review of  Loudon, England, admits tliat the mining  situation iji British Oohunbia is .it the  momeiit in a very favorable condition..  Theceaseless activity -around Ross'laud*,the  recent purcliase of the Lake .Shore gi'oup,  and the acquisition of a conti'Olling 'interest in the St. ��� iSngeiie, by Toronto and  Montreal capitalists, have .stimulated activity in East Kookenay. Even at Kore-  mdous creek iiii the .Siniilkaiiieeu section  there is tl busy litfclt} eiinip. in the neighborhood of Nelson new veins arc lifting  discovered aijd -developed,, and aiotuwi  Ytour work is in most InatanKes giving  the hii,ppie.st results, white operations on,  the Coast have also to be considel'ed;  dredging of the river' beds for gold in  British Columbia is likewise expected to  be a great .feature in ininiug, for the  gravel of the bars on the Qilesuelle and  Frasof ilvei's is in niariy instances being  raised and Washed at an enormous profit.  The Millmen's Combine.  A meeting of the sawmill men was held  in the Phair hotel last evening, when the  proposed combine of all tlie mills in the  iuterior of southern British Columbia Wius  further discussed. At the meeting last  evening the following mills were repre-.  seuted : G. O. Buchanan, Nelson Saw and  Planing Mills, W. P. Say ward, P. Genelle  & Company, while Louis Blue of Rossland  represented the Trail, Rossland and  Boundary mills. Statements as to the  value of the plants and timber limits of  the several mills were then submitted  and discussed. The details of the several  valuations were withheld, but it is said  that in the aggregate they would amount  to at least $1,500,000. Another meeting  will be held this' morning when it will  be definitely decided whether or not the  mill, men aro to have a combine or not.  ba, and. it. m.eans�� .iij.Bli.ous.-f0r.-tlie-.a1m#t^  ers  -of   the'.We}^/^^^  .the whea't -,Qrop'.. iS. "tio^v .m../:A* p,iTystrtl:..i?��,a  Gi-ty' despatch.: ^ajs:?- fs^^^=Hi>:@^JuMB!^S|^  cOfwljiWced i.:i5ithisl .distifll.^h^M  ���of Aitgijyt. .ajjd-4ias "��i>e^n' ��:in^ull;^#in^%|  .over' .shifte.- scores" pf 'bj^lli^'bfeh^ffijp?"'"  motion in tlm mije "fields" ^f-s^^;t|(|al|^  ity. Tlie sh"eaves��" aie>" lifavyg^eleaij  and! beautiful} (uid. the sanipJ(?s...6S*ffaiitl  will be of tlie very finest: ;lMie��Mrap^aereir  "age^is^wie^littTgesl^onr^i'ecoX'd^a^  pects, are for a heavier yield tlnin H^^'i  farmers evei' before e���njoyed, Tlie 13.^1;%^  age yield' is variously qstirnated. at fronk}^  25 bo ;J5 bushels per acre, and sonie..|ielcfe%i  it is believed will yield 40 bi\s]ieJs"p^T^  apre. Jinirl&y and bats, i^oots ,iUid ve'gfei"?  tevbtes' are all 'doing Weli Thcj' ,hJu'vp|!tlAi|ft  belii'g gathered Witl-ioirfe :a toticli of |j_;os-t?|��-j  Reducing^^ Wheat fo&Ma.,      ' "��. " ?/����  WN\\viVRf.v8epfcembeiM.^^  .PacTJi-c Railway" Obinpaiiy ' Wifl' 'jssli^-%^ff-J  day Its revised wlient rat-6 ta-riff'' WKieiVv  will he Of great interest to farmers.   *M$/.  \yheitt    rates   wilt   ire   fedijyed   on    ali>._&|  bra,i3'ChoS' of the road   to   h'ort.   Wlllijiiii^''.".'  tlio rates coining ,into efi'eet toda,y..   ?iTli|s "  is in keeping with, the Crow's NeSt ,Pi��4s' "-  contract Wliich requii'es of the company  a certain reduction in wheat ffeiglit tatdS  each  year.     The rate  pi-evlftfis to the-  Crow's Nest Pass concessions was ii cents  per 100 pounds, and was  reduced to 15$-  ���cen'ts last year  oil   wheat shipped from  Winnipeg'   to  Port   William.     By   the  change in the rates the tariff is now 14  cents.   ....  Jimenes. Returns.  Capk Havtibn, Septeniber  1.���Oii  re- ���*  ceipt of a telegram from Jimenes, leader  Of the revolution in .San Doiningo saying  1  he liad been set at liberty and is leaving  Santiago de Cuba for Puerto  Plata, general imbert, actual  governor of Puerto  Plata has  announced  that Jimenes  will  arrive   almost   immediately   at   Puerto  Plata.    The whole country, it  is added, ^  is awaiting his arrival, and the popuiatipnj.#|  is calm.    General Guellito,  goyer^tfif^f  Monte Cristi,, alone refuses- to-'C!^||ii^t|^|f||  He declares he is  awaiting.  CQnj:  of the news of the fenccess q�� ; "tilp��_revc  1 tion to giv�� up the city ivndTwn|^if;8i#  1 *'_i   ... ������ ���      ' '*���"''-'.     0. ?*"?.     'W  \ THE ��� TRTBUXE:  NELSON". B.C.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1800.  &  Ladies9 Top Skirts  ��  AND UNDERSKIRTS  m  We still sustain our reputation for nobby, first-  class goods by securing the most complete range of  Ladies' Top and Underskirts either you or we have  ever seen. As a result of close buying we are enabled to sell you a first-class skirt nicely made  and well lined at 50c. A complete... line of skirts  at $6, $6.50, and up to $12. Underskirts at 75c  and up to $12.50.  MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.  \&  $k  BANK  OF B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  "TIE-R-Va-S   CASH  %  w  Plaster  he suppoits the Semlin government, he  ha.s nothing in common with the rank  and file of Mi*. Semliu's supporters, lie  has no use for labor organizations, as he is  a cheap-wage man from the Mast. It  would be fun for the "boys" to get a  chance at either .1. Roderick or G. Frank,  for they have nothing, except money,  to raise them above the dead level of  mediocrity. After an election they would  have the experience, and the "boys"  would have their money. For the present, the organ is milking both with satisfactory results to its managers.  w  ANDALUSIAN  AND SHETLAND  WOOLS  it/  tip  <i)  *  it/  it/  1 ��-��&: ess e&e-: ess seeee*'  4-PLY  BEE HIVE  WOOLS  /fl  FALL GOODS  JUST OPENED  m  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  Mackinaw Coats and Pants  THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AND AT  THE LOWEST PRICE  MEN'S OUTFITTER T      "CI      \1L7TFTTD>  Sign ot the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson       CJ ���       >X7  ���      W   ' IPrt . I. _ Fll  ��tw ��rUnme*  DAUT EDITION    K1R8T YKAK, No. 20fi  'wkkklt Edition Skvknth Ykak, No. 32  ">>*    -Till!" police commissioners of Nelson do  ' not-.want idle men  in   Nolson.    If  the  -police   commissioners   would -only  keep  cool-and  discharge   the=icllc  men -they  ���' have on the police force they would not  - -' need   to   concern   themselves   so   much  '. . about the idle men with whom they have  nothing Avhatever to do.  The mine owners of the Slocan have at  last arrived at the conclusion that the  world does not come to a standstill simply because they do not move.  ���The New-J.)enver Ledge of this week  was edited by someone in sympathy with  the Mine Owners' Combine.  Alderman BuiiiR wants the conditions  that prevail in the East to prevail inNol-  ,- son. He wants the city council to pass a  -bylaw making it a crime to sell a newspaper on Sunday. If the council passes  any such bylaw, the city will have a  lively fight on   its  hands,  much   livelier  than a majority of the aldermen want.  The intolerant religious element, whose  mouthpiece in the council is alderman  Beer, arc the same in Nelson as they ai'e  everywhere else oii earth. They arc  unwilling to. let their neighbors live in*  peace.      -         NKLSON'has'the tallest smokestack and  the largest.cop2ier blast furnace in Canada; Rossland is to have the deepest  vertical mine shaft in Canada; and tho  lai'gest building in Canada is now being  erected by a Nelson-Tiossland firm doing  business at Calgary, Alberta. The building is being elected by P. Burns & Co.,  and will be 700 feet long.  At present thai'C are only two aspiring  politicians in Nolson. One is a Conservative who aspires to be leader of the old  Turner crowd in Kootenay, and he would  like to be premier and minister of mines.  His name is J. Roderick Robertson. The  other is a Liberal, who aspires to a seat  in the legislature; but ho does not like  tho crowd that he has to train with. J lis  name is G. Frank Beer.  The Feeders of Greed.  Toronto Telegram.  In a country like Canada where the  tendency of a government is to grow  stronger and an opposition weaker at the  polls an independent .journal is more apt  to criticise the faults of prosperity than  to chide the weaknesses of adversity. A  government wliich is acting necessarily  does more to invite criticism than an  opposition which is talking. It is the  duty and privilege of an independent paper to. uphold certain ideals, to battle for  certain principles. The tendency of a  party in power is to conform to the so-  called law of political necessity. A journal which is seeking to exalt its ideals  and advance great public principles is inevitably separated from a government  which is ignoring these ideals aud outraging these principles. A sound public  opinion demands that the government  should not be too strong or the opposition too weak. English public affairs tire  ennobled by the* prevailing sympathy for  the under dog, and political strife in Canada is degraded for lack of that sympathy. Conditions must change materially  before independent journals -will have  any cause to rally to the support of Liberalism at. Ottawa and Toronto, where  governments which might be advancing  great principles have become the feeders  of greedy, corporations.   -  A Lying Telegram.  Truro (Nova Scotia) News.  It is not often that a newspaper in these  days of "pay as you go" is privileged  with a free telegram, but such a shock  came to the Daily News when the'following wire reached us from across the  coutineut, without the usual toll "collect"  attached. We cannot vouch' for the  truthfulness of the dispatch. Cheap  goods arc not always the best:  Nelson, B. O, August 10.���It is possible  the output of Kootenay will not be as  large this year .as was anticipated last  spring., owing to'the scanty of labor.  There is'work for atlcast 000 or 700 experienced minors in the different mines of  West Kootenay alone, at wages of $.3 for  an eight-hour day. If all tho miners  needed could be got even now, this year's  output would'doubtless almost double  that of LS!)S.  #  FANCY AND PLAIN EIDER DOWNS, ENGLISH FLANNELETTS in plaid, pink,  blue, white, etc., also in FANCY STRIPES AND CHECKS, BOTH LIGHT AND DARK  good washing colors  Dress Goods  %  m  w  w  ��  liS Ladies' Cloths in all the newest shades.    These goods are of just the right weight  % and texture to fit and hang nicely.    We have them, in medium and good qualities  I     Black French Crepons  \Sfltf For handsome dresses and separate skirts  i�� . ��� ,;    ��� .*���������*.  I BLACK  AND  COLORED  WOOL  POPLINS  ��  m  m  #  w  WHITE TIBET       WHITE IMITATION BEAR  For Children's Coats  Navy and Black Serges     New Goods Arriving Daily  Fred Irvine & Co.  W'  %  VICTOEIA   BLOCK,   B^KE*-"*   STEEET,   ^ EL SO-ST,   B." C  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Have just received a consignment of Harris homo  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  &  Hendt'iuftrtcrs for  FiHST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  We make a Specialty of  Sljiplap ai|d Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles aqd lath Kept in Stock  Offlco and yard near C.P.K. depot   E. O. BKKIt, Agent.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Having leased the business of the Nelson Soda Water  Factory, I am prepared to supply the trade with all kinds  of carbonated and aerated waters. Family orders solicited.   Prompt delivery. ,  Factory On  Hoover street.  N. M. CUMMINS  .Til 13 Nolson organ of the Mine Maiiav  gOi'S^^ofiibirie^has'two^v^ItTnu'sos, uaiiie-  ]y, J. lloderlfck Robertson, manager of the  Viiiir hiinc, and G. Frank Boer, an alderman from tho Kast ward of Nelson. Tliq  first-nanied believes himself tlie Moses  wlio, in tlio near future,.will lead the. opposition Out of the-wilderness., in which  tltey Jiavo been wiuidetiug since .Tube,  I80S. He wits willing to saci'ilice himself  last Pebi'iiary, but Mr. Fai'woll's managers brushed him asido. Alderman Beer  also lias ambitions. )T�� is one of the Grit  push iii Nelson, and his hillmsiicq is said  to  be   all-powei-ful   at   Ottawa.    While  That room of yours needs  "'freshening.up" for the winter months.  You  can give us the size (length,  breadth, and height of ceiling)  of the room, or rooms,  We  will do the rest. In price,  beauty of design and quality  Oar Wall Paper  bargains' will surprise you.  Canada Drug and Book Co.]  LI*M:iX��33D  Conier. of Baker and Stanley Streets. Nelson  FflED J. SQUIHE, Baker St. Nelson  Tho supply Is limited, so call early and examine this Rtock.  Do You Want One?  If yon want a stylish perfect fitting suit, made of-the  best clotJi ever imported to Nelson, leavo your order  with mo.  yix hundred dollars worth of new goods now waiting your inspection.   I guarantee flatis/action or no sale.  (INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just opened up a  consignment of Cigars con  sisting of the following standard brands:  Bock Superfinos  Bock Conchas  Bock Puritanos  Henry Clay Conchas Extras  Henry Clay Puritanos  Wpmann Conchas  Triumfo Conchas  La Lola Conchas  We also carry a full line  of Domestic Cigars at prices  to suit all trade.  SUITS $25 J.  R. WFJAY  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor, next. Kootcuny Police Co.  Cut Prices is the  Order of the Day  The Nelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  Largo number of choice building lols ndjurcnl Iodic  line ol I heir I vain way. Kor price and terms nf salo apply  lo Ihe ollico of (lie ccmipiLiiy, Macdonald block, corner of  Josephine and Vernon slicol*.  T. O. DUNCAN. Scci'ulurj.  Charles  D.  J.  Christie  GENERAL  BROKER.  30.,by ,120' l!ivker street, between Joscphino and  \\ ard streets  _ .$8000  ;>0 by 120, Haker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner    %~> by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  s('',e<'f'  5000  50 by 120 with'iniprovemcnts, isouth sido of Vernon  street  sooo  2$ lots with cottage rented at $15 per month, Victoria  street  ;t5oo  2 lots with cottage rented at |20 per month, Stanley  street  aooo  C lots in block 111), all cleared and fenced in  2500  J.    &   J.  AGENTS FOR  TAYLOR SAFES  _Andit_want1to:bcin_it. -Iiliav6_Just-rccoivcfl=  Tall samples^ Of Suitings and Overcoat)'iirs representing a $50*000 stock to  choose from made to your order at p��iccs  never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest  fads in Fancy Vestinj,'s for Fall and wiiiten  Steveqs, Tl^e Tailor  H. .0, Asherolt  BLACKSIVIfTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  FIB'S, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  nsrs*U"_H^_"isrc"E   RBAIiESTATBLAND LOAN{3._���_____  TO LET���Several houses of different Hxos.  Edit SAljE-^Roal estate in all parts of tho-city.  1175 Hare* Street, Vancouver, B. G.  ~W-^_R_D BEOS.  Real Estate and General Agents Baker St., Nelson  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  .OUSTOMS-BROKERS  AUCTION   ERS  ) 0������ f|  no" _�� n I  -     'J       Pi  BML ESTATE mMBkl AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by �� first-class  wheolwrijjht.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  ay  s  "WeBt Baker Streot.     Telephone 13.  T-EUS^IKOZISr'E  ise  During the, season we will deliver ice at private residences  and business houses daily in any  * desired quantity at casonrablo  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  Shop:   Hall Street, betweeij Baker and Vernon. Nelson  Boarditiff and day school for girls will re-Open oh tlio  loth day of Atigusfc Vacancies for boarders, ffor terms  and prospectus apply'to  AIADKIvroiSELLK KKIW, Principal  0OOT AND SHOE  NOTICE  APPLICATION    TO    PURCHASE   LAND.  .: Notice is hereby given that thirty dayH after rlnte, I,  tlio undersigned, iiitend to apply to tlio chief commissioner of lands and works, Victoria, B. C, for the purchase of tlio follow ins described piece of land, situate on  the Nolson side of Kootenay river, and being about seven  miles up frimi Nelson:- Commencing at. a post marked  "Geo. U. Tunslall, .Junior's 3. W. Conier"; thence east  eighty chains; thence north forty chain* to where low-  water mark is; and then following the sinuosities of the  shore to the point of commencement; all containing,  moro or less. 11)0 acros. GKO. C. TUNS'f ALL, JK.   .  August 7Ui, 1890. ... .'    ...  e �� ���  BOYAL SEAL AND  KOOTEHAY BELLE  cioars. ..".'. . ���;:..  UNION   MADE  Kootenay Cigar Maafg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia. ..  MINERS WANTED.  Tlio Tangier Mine, Limited, Albert Canyon, on tho  main lino of the C. P. K., 22 miles east of Rovclstoke, ro-  quJroa six good miners.   Wages 93,00 por day.  The midorsigiicd having purchased the ^lusloiika.Ht'ock  of ItOoUn-'id .Slroeft; they will ho sold' at greatly reduced  prices,   Kuiiiiiring done at old price.*  ,      . GKOUG.K I>. MIM/KIt,  A t Jlasion ka'�� old stand on Hall street.  Nelson, August 23rd, ISiWi  ONE BOLLAR A LOAD  The undersigned has a largo quatlt.ity of fir, cedar, and  tamarao slabs, iu IC-inch and i-fool lengtliS, suitable for  stove wood, which will be sold for $1 a load at the mill  yard.  NELSON SAW & PLANING MILLS, Limited.  * Nelson, August 19th, 189ft.  HAIB GOODSlp HAIB OfiNAMENTS  Switches from $2 up.  "MKS. J, W. KK ARNKYhas opened a Ladies Hair Dressing -Parlor in room 1, Victoria block, Nolson, and is prepared to fu'nish everything in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of the scalp a specialty.  STYLISH   DBESSMAKINd  COSTUMES FOU ALL OCCASIONS  JNJKNISII'ED ON SHORT NOTICE.  Josephine Street,  NKLSON  fixist door West bank b. c. built. iNtj.  Mrs. E, McLaugiilin  I. Pope  MANUFACTUBEH OF  HEAVY TEAM HARNESS  EXPRESSHARNESS, PACK HARNESS  SADDLES, WHIPS. ETC.  WABD    :S"X*"B*E3"E3T,   '.. 3Sr*E3r,S03ST  Two lolx with two-story Ivouso on Latimer  street, near Josephine ��� ��� .3IIJO0  Terins:   flgfliieasli, balance on morlgago.  Sixty-acre raneh, nine milfe from eity on Jake  shore.,. ,  ... ,$f(XX) ���  One-half cash, balance on mortgage.  On loan conditions aro the cheapest and best  oll'ered. You can repay at any time without  bonus.  -A.a-*E!-Esrq?s -for  British Columbia I'ennanen I, Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Locn Co., Toronto.  i3sri3xj*Bjap.-isro*E3  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  GAMBLE ��& O'teEUU-U V, Agts  Baker Streot West, Nelson, B. C.  Lots for Sale  $550 will purchaso a choice residence corner, 100 by 120  foot.  $2100 will purchase a central lot and residence.  $100 will  purchaso two nice lots and shanty, Robson  street. Hume addition. ,.,  $3000 will purchaso four nice lots aiid residence.  10.000 Pooled Fairmont i cents.  Blackcock (Ymir) sharos 20 cents.  5000 Utica at 15 cents.  ALEX STEWART  Turner & Bocckh block, Nelson, B. C.       ;  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one and. a  quarter miles of Nelson.  Fur further  particulars apply to  FRED  J.   SQUIBE,   Neleon,  B.  a THE  TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1809.  3  BankofIqnteml  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOIII) STRATHCONA AND   MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  ITBLSOISr   _3*R^-ISrC"KC  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON       nllANCIIKS IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK.   CHICAGO  and in tho principal citios in Canada.  Huy and sell Sterling Kxchango and Cable Transfers  OltANT COMMICKCIAT. AND TKAVKU.KKS' CJIKPITS,  available iu any pari, of tho world.  DKAKTH IRSUKI)    COI.I.KCTI0N8 MADK; KTO.  SAVING-S BANK BRANCH.  CURRNNT IIATK OK lNTKUKST I'AIJ)  .  AROUND   THE   WHIST   TABLE.  It is possible sometimes in wln'st to  make a double play, as it were, a discard  showing your weak suit, and ab tlie same  time declaring foui; trumps. The old  mastei'S used to state it as it general rule  that when "strong in trumps" you should  . not ruIf- doubtful cards. It took some  time for the authorities to define  "strength in trumps,"- but they finally  agreed that it was four or more. Mpdei'ii  players dp not think it necessary to pass  a doubtful trick with five or more  trumps, because with so many they are  usually strong enough to riifl" and lead.  The exceptions are hands in which the  fifth trump looks as if it might be useful  as a card of reentry.  Discarding .when you. cannot win the  trick, or it is already your partner's, and  discarding second hand on doubtful  tricks, are two'different-tilings, In tlie  lirst case there is a good deal of judgment  to be used as-to the suit which you shall  select to discard from, but,in the second  there is usually nothing to decide, except  whether to ruff the trick or pass it.  There are times when it would doubtless  bo good policy to ruff a doubtful trick,  oven with four good trumps, but there  are others when-'if would be very foolish  to trump iii, even with three small ones.  This rule about trumping doubtful tricks,  just because you have less than four  trumps, should  be  made rather  elastic.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sk,aguay, U. S., At I it], B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^on, District.  manifestation of the Savior to the Magi,  he called it the City of the Kings.    Philip  II'designed a coat of arms for the infant  capital���a star upon an azure  field over  three golden crowns..   The churches, convents and  monasteries of Lima wore the  finest  and most costly  in America, and  the records show that $!)0.00(),()()0 was invested in   such   means  of grace by  the  early authorities.     Several of  the most  imposing churches and twoa.i' three monasteries   have   been . preserved,    but  the  greater number have been' destroyed or  are badly out of repair.'   While most of  the piety is shown by the women of the  country,  they are not allowed to enter  churches with their bonnets on.    It is the  custom  to wear a niauta or mantilla to  church, and worshippers who enter with  a "gorra," as they call a bonnet in Spanish,  even  between the hours of service,  are  immediately   ordered    out   by   the  sacristan or some of the othei' attendants.'  The respect usually paid to the members'  of the diplomatic corps does not exempt  them from  this rule,  and  Mrs. Dudley,  wife-of the  American minister, who 4.S  herself a Catholic, says that before  she  learned   the fact she was turned out of  two churches because she had a hat upon  her head.  Steel Making   in Canada   Two great steel companies are going  into manufacturing in Canada upon so  enormous.a scale that when operations  are fairly got under way, there ought to  be an end of the steel famine which is  now delaying and paralyzing steel ship  building and similar industries in Europe.  The Whitney establishment now being  erected at Sydney in Nova Scotia is to be  eclipsed by other works to be established  at North Sydney' near by. It seems that  a deal had been made in England to  'merge the.Nova Scotia Steel Company-of  Glasgow and the General Mining Associa-  tibnn,.which latter is the oldest coal company in Cape Breton.    The concern will  come to a certain city to be present at a  secret political conference as the representative of a district boss. In other  Avoi'ds, he wasn't there in a professional  capacity, but merely as the boss' confidential friend. Well, I saw him in his  room at the hotel, and ho told ine curtly  that he had nothing to say.  " 'All right,' I replied, 'but I don't mind  telling you that we already have a pretty  full account of this affair from another  source. I leave it to you, as a journalist,  whether it wouldn't be better to give mo  a plain statement than to run the risk of  a garbled report.'  " 'My dear follow,' he exclaimed, slapping mo cordially on the back, 'let her  garble! Garble it thoroughly! Garble it  from all four corners and across the middle! This is a story you simply can't  garble too much!"  "I left him, somewhat puz/.lod .at his  confidence, and, not being able to find out  anything anywhere, we printed next to  nothing about the meeting. Next day I  happened to meet my man again and expressed some surprise at his sangfroid  overnight.  " 'You didn't seem to care how much  we knew,' I said.  ���' 'Oh, but I did,' he replied. 'I was iii  agonies of apprehension until you made  that remark about the danger of a garbled report. Then I knew you didn't  know a blamed thing. You see,' he added confidentially, 'I've told that lie myself exactly 719 times.' "  Light Fluid in Which Cork Sinks.  Now that hydrogen has been liquefied,  there seenis to be no more worlds to conquer in that special direction. It was a  remarkable coincidence that the first public exhibition of this latest wonder was  made in connection with the centenary  of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.  Professor Dewar, iii opening the exhibition, spoke of liquid hydrogen as a new  instrument.' of research, which it eminently is by virtue of the extremely  low temperature at which .alone it can  exist, and which low temperature it,  by its presence or contract, enables  other substances approximately to reach.  FULL LINE OF  The liquid was exhibited in a state of  gentle ebullition in a vacuum tube immersed in liquid air, the latter serving to impede the access of the heat. The hydrogen is a transparent liquid and. besides  being the coldest, is also the lightest liquid  known, a cork drops immediately to  the bottom of it. At the bottom of the  vessel containing the liquids there appeared a whitish substance, which Avas,  in fact, solid air, or air ice. It is impossible to avoid the air ice in the  bottom of tho vessel, as tho  air at the surface of the liquid is by  the intense cold, condensed, liquefied and  subsequently solidified, and, being so  much heavier than the hydrogen, it sinks  and accumulates at the bottom. To  show that the liquid was really hydrogen  .a light was applied to a small quantity,  which at once burst into, brilliant flame.  Solids immersed in the liquid long enough  to attain the same temperature were,  upon being taken out, covered with  liquid air, which would run down and  drop off.  An Unusual Admission.  Congressman Floss of Chicago has returned from an European tour and declared that the European nations are far  ahead of the United States in naval  methods and abilities. This is an unusual statement for a citizen of the  United States.to make, they seldom see  anything abroad better than they have  at home.  The Tremont Hotel  P. Barns c& Co.  Head Officii at  NELSON, B.  C.  Wholesale and Retail   *  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Wholesale Markets at /folson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Retail  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo. .Sandon. .Silverton. Now Denver. Ymir. Trail. Grand  Forks,  at Nelson, Kaslo,  Casuule,  Sandon, .Silverton, Now Denver, Ymir, Trail,  Greenwood, Midway, and .Sirdar.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  IVIAL0..E & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  BaRer Street, Nelson   E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  Mdoubtf ^,!_=s^i!qQl>St*.vJ^ej1:#i^^p.la^r Ihiid- lib] J  Aiilf,; tM(f^eut!lijE$ th-0 "lead.'^Qateesr^iSe,.  lfdxUx)\ip^iivxi? j'ave, - .wJitS'ti; W*i")l:a"y._r 'eto^se��  Ja'^��:eiiWwli'��'<vh.-e,.H;i"Jo IciidM' 't'lia* J.iSS"-$v0  &$.<> jilt-his; sfuall triimfs to lead to his  l;]^rfciuarj ivpil eainiot aiffigrd  to. Mil- in*  ]:Slf fdiitogfr Co^nnioii si fciiAfe^oits ar8 tjhosp in  avhicli there is a chance that your pari:  -li^r itiay iiivye soinething la, develop if  llf&u. passvthe trick,    D| .course, if it iS:  |'4vg��i\e;ecl 'be|pi'e'hipnid" tl|;ab passing; doubtful  itiiuelcS.-slB^l^^'W' arbitralj�� "couyent.i6n to  j&lit^v f<Hii'��.t)i:ljfn|)Si any such .exercise of,  |.|jid$?meut is inipossible artd the pheyer is,  | eonipolled to make quite a uuiuber,  of  plays that he knows, �����!"<"��� foolish when he  | makes them.  There are also tin.es when it pays* bet-?  [lor to get rid of the hlsjt card in a plain  jgiiit tl)xm to trump,, especially if you see  Ithat by so doing you can over-tf nnipnext  feu-no.,'01? can get into the lead to advan-  Ifcfiige, or perhaps stop a cross ru If, There  lire also ihany occasions in which it is  ���tfcry necessary to'discard it certain losing  Jjard instead of trumping, especially if  Jfcm^SGe^that ^ou=Wi U^^^  l;hat Card after all your partner's trumps  lire gone.   .  There .*vve a great many deceptive dis-  liards, both in your own suits and those  l.f your' adversaries. These are made for  Ihe especial purpose of leading your ad-  liei'SaKes to misread the ha-mfe. A re-  Inarkablo example of such a play was  Ivhen a player who saw that both the  |vinnlng cards of his suit were on his  right, aud.discarded his own best of thy  f'nifc to make tlio player oil his left think  lie had the two above it, and. so. fooled  liim out of two tricks by getting him to  load another suit, which Was held by the  liaj'tnoi' of the gay deceiver. Such arti-  ji'ees are, of course, useless except against  [lie best players, because duffers do not  lead hands, and the only inference they  Ikuw from a discard is that you have ho  jt'timps or don't waut to ruff.  The discard, when you can trump, can  le made only when a plain suit is lead.  It therefore presupposes that yon have in  'rour hand some trumps aud at least one  ifoocl  suit,   and   that  the card  thrown  fl. way is the one youean best spare.   It is  ^ery seldom that such a discard will be  Suisteading, because it is not often that a  player will have to discard from his best  jiuit iu order to keep a singleton ace or an  junior guarded.    If such a case arises, and  ihe player is not averse to having trumps  pome out, it is better to discard some in-  perior card, perhaps as high as a nine, so  lis to give the 'hand the appearance of  ���strength,  and  so  invite   a  trump lead.  Che same tactics must be followed if you  (have only one plain suit iu your hand.  The City Founded by Pizarro.  Pizarro selected the location  for Lima,  Stud founded the city .January (ith, 1535,  hI,'as that was the.anniversary of. the  " Sy chtey .|$&i%iftdj. ^M&l^ C  s a steeHrailiplaufc antlsa��dock.> ���The com.*  :_j?any��Qjyiiif��pi:^  7i^au^i��t^V'fomidfeiiil!a�� Sir. fo$b��� ^tefe'if-r  ^t'irft^laixd,.; wi.ii<. h- W,;. ttna-ted .ii'v'CbnpS'pt-.  .'���'iil-U SajyV Ggm'kpf'oi" ,praictieal:}:y'.pDure' on-e:  tha^" i/6ad'(Iy   Breaiksr Into  shmjl  pieces  Wheii ihincd aiMl' e;vi> easily be loaded; on  IshipBoffirdi    In additioh, to their own eiii*  ployhjeilt of this orej the eoinpiSuy has rtl-  j'eady sold 8QO.O0O; tons Of Ji iii "Europe  for iiiiiiiediate. de1ivei!.y.   The syndicate0  of which Mr, WBitney of Boston; is1 tlie"  tJie&d" ha#" a cii.pit#d��''.$J{5_,-Gdft00'6;.!Wir3 a-  few dity^ago" a liuiibei1 Of those iiiteresli- ]  ed  iu it,  iiiehtdiug geiieral   Algei', Mr.-1  Wliitneyj senator   G6x of   Toronto, sir  William- Van, Home and Mr, Jaggans. of  Moncton, jiiet In Montreal for the purpose ;  of considering how tlics project would be;  affeoted  by the pi;eseut trade relations  between the $"wo couufcries.    IVork is to  be begun at onee by the constructioii of  four lufiidred cokd ovens, besides blasting  furnaces and steel, works, and the majiUr  faeture of steel on an extenslYe scale Will  be iu, progress witliin eighteen: months.  The open hearth process will be adopted  Fin^the-jTiakiiig-of^steelraiid^this^will-be  followed by the manufacture of all kinds  of bridge and other struetui'iU work.  He Knew the Ropes.  "I 'always hate to interview another  newspaper man," said an old reporter.  ''Tliey are always so eoiifoundedly kuow^  ing, or at least they pretend to bo, and If  you ti'y any of the innocent little tricks  of the trade they are apt to come back at  you.With.the.ice Chest grin.  "I l-ejiieuiber on ono occasion I was sent)  to interview a liewspajiei' man wlio had  Front Doors  :i * ���-.-'���-.  Inside Doors  -' * ���*-.-. r.r '^SereenXiDaors^' ^ -t^ $  f&cilftjfci" coasts  ; . j$&w<$ Poptsi  StaM Sail  IkfeuMin^S:  ��� Shingles.  i ItoUgh. aiid  Dressed Ljumber  of "til fciiids..  If what, you ���want Is nbti in stock we will niako it tot you  .   CALli AND GET PJE11CES,  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND.  One of the best and' most pop-.  , v;a ^ul^^hp^els;ln^lfe^  I  , si  "'J3M&ER' g^j_3jp$'NifftiPQ^  Nelson Teqt and Awning Factory  ,-VlANUFACTOf.Y OF ALL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS  Horse Covers, Wagon Covers, Tents in all sizes���if not in stock made up on  shortest notice���Canvas from thirty inches to nine feet wide.  MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  Baker St. Nelson     THBO.   MADSON  Calgary Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd.  A CAR LOAD OF THEIR  FAMOUS   LAGERS  HAS ARRIVED IN NELSON  TURNER, BEETON & CO,  .-Wf,E.:DIOKSp-N,  AGENTS FOR KOOTENAY DISTRICT.  t".B^a.iH.^PELrB'W:-H4_TBj  J. McFHBB  BiiiiiwWiiiKKw    Co.:  %I'";:."?yi���X*I-^."#^^"';^;":ys^iv�� ^i^��*#*"VV?">*'=J-.:?"^"'��^^ ,    ;       -    ���-.  Wmie4 with WM Air arid  l^igj^ted fey ^Ie��tric?f1:y  Largb cdmforfcab|o bcarboins; and  Hrst-claps diiiing:  room.,  famplo '^OoiSis "(or .conimdi;cial\ilion,  "*R-&'I,'*E3S' Mst- '3?iE3*ia'  33^:*S"  Oppiplete Brectrjc-Bq^i^ for Mines, Towrsa  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Balls, Telepbonea, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 606.  Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  LABORERS  AND  TEAMSTERS  WANTED  Tiro uwlci'Kteiicd wunt. fifty lol)or-  ci's and (emnslai'n to work on tho North Shir brunch of  Uio Crow's Nest Pasm Rail w;ty, and about the sumo iium-  "bur of slnlioii 111011. Wo 'have four miles of good station  work, whioli will he let in Hie next ten days.  UKEOKJSiVUIDGK & LUND, Contractor.   .  ���Ci'iinbrook, 13. C August 23i'd, ISOiJ.  NOTICE TO CO5TTEA0TORS.  J. A. Sayward  iTAXIi AND 1AKE StlllflKTSi NEbSQN  CHABLBS HHiliYKR.  ���*Di*M:ia?!E!r>-  MARUY HOUSTON,  ALLEN'0 SP��k$ GJDER  THOjRPE  & CO.,  LIMftED  H. 0. HUME. Manager.  MA.VUFACfUBKKS OK AND  DKALKltS IN  Sci'i-led Icndors will he received by the undersigned rip  to 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday, September 5l.li, IS!)!), for  tlio construction of a two-story frame ])iiblic school  building in the Homo Addition. PlaiiKand.specillcatiOn.s  can bo seen al. my residence.  Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A  marked check amounting to 1(1 por cent of the tender  must accomjxany each tender.  KRKI1 HURRY.  Residence in Hume Addition, Nelson.  Nelson, August 2Sl.Ii, ISa ��� .  isroarion}-  Notice is hereliy gi'-'ou that from this date I will not bo  responsible for any dohlKcontriictcd by my wife, Kllza-  belh Kelly.    . .-.JAMKS .KKMA'.  ^   Nelson.'AiigUsl 2!Mli, J809. '    .- - ,���   ...  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sasli  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  KACTOKV WOItK DO.VB TO OUDKK,  SUCH AS  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on Government wharf.  Factory and ofllco, corner Hall street and C.P.R. track  ontraetops  iu  The finest hotel In tho interior.  Largo saniplo rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OK WARD AND VKRNON StS., NKLSON  UAKHR AND WARD STRKKTS, NEiiSON  The only hotel in Nelson Unit lias remained under one  iiiiuiagcmont since 1890;  The bod-fooiilH  aro  well fiirninhod  and   lighted by  electricity.  Tho dining-room is not second to any In Kootenay.  Tlio bar is always stocked bythe berit doniostlo and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDKN. Proprietor.  MeLEOD       " T~~~~"  YMIR,   B.   C.  J.  W. SMITH,  Proprietor.  oorjer  :^ee-i|'s&m H alf=  =Lime_,I0_Cenis^pei*=100=pounds.=  Will deliver ill ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard of on scowh* afe govorninciit wharf.  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of first-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, niouIdingH, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hondryx stroot, Nelson  .  roiophoncM   John Rae, Agent  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS  Largo aiid well lighted Heated by hot ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bolls and light In every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOT6L  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Freo bus moots all trains RovalcJ-nba    R  P.  Hourly RtrfiOt oar tx> station nBVB.SXUKB,  B. U.  Night, Grill Room is connection, for the convenience of  guests arriving and departing by night trains.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO  NEIiSON, U. C  Coflcc roantcrs and dealers iu Tea and t'oirce.  Oll'er fresh roastodcofTeo of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Maoha, per pound  ���$  !'���  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 jiounds ;   1 00  Fine Santos, 1 pounds .-..  1 00-  Santos Blond, 5 pounds '..: '.  1 IX)  Our Special Blend, 0 pounds.  ...������.��� 1 irt  Our Rio Roast, G pounds...'....;. .... .:��� '��������� _f. OQ  A trial order solicited. ������,..."  Salesrooms I Doors East  of Oddfellows  BlocK,   West  . Baker Stseet .  :    ....  The West ^ooteriay Brick & Lime Go,, Ltd.  Baker Streot       T. O. PROOTOR, JVfanager  G. W. WestOo"  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washing-ton Brick arjd L\n\e Co.  The H. W. rVJcNieil Co., Ltd., Canadian Aqtrira-  cite Coal (Hard)  Sealers Iq  STOVE WOOD  Cool  THEBEST^^ASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THIS  ('order Sili<-i and  Stanley StrceiK.  I. J. CURRAN, Pf-qp.  parsons prodB<& Qd.  PROVISI  Among Daily per Express, Full Lines of Fruits  in Season,.  The Trade Only Supplied.  Write or Wire for Regular Shipmer|ts<  Nelson Ii��on Works  man'ukactU'kkiw ok  ENGINES. BOILERS, SHAPTINO, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION  .Repaint promptly attondod to.       P. O. Box 173,  K  LODGE   MEETINGS.  NIGHTS  Ob" PYTHIAS- Nelson   l^dRe.   No.   2.5,  ������--��-   KuiKhts of Pythias, medt^ in I. O. O. J1. Ilall.conier  Baker and Kootenay pitroots, everyTuesday ovoninff at  8 o'clock.   VUitliiK KnlKhU cordially invited to attend.  T. LlLLIK. C. C. It. G. JOY, K. of R. & S.  NKLSON LODGK, NO. 23. A- **. & A. M. Meets  socond Wodnosday In each month. Sojourning  brethren Invited.  'KLSO.V \j. O. I���, No. i(i!��,  meets in   I. O. f>. V.  Hall.  corner-.linker aud   Ivootonay silruelj*.' 1st  and ','Ird'  Friday pf each month.   VisitiiiK brothenr cordially in-.  '.JOHN TOYK, W. M.    . F. J. IlJtADLKY.-Ilco.See.  :f  NKI.HON j'KRII<:.'':;NuVil)6>^;W.>:!l'!rrtioViia'l.''6��ler of  ly'ijllse'.'inecljfm'ury second and fourth Wednesday in  eiiclrmonl.li.in Fi'aternityHall.' VisitiiiK broth ron wel-  enme. '..'-..'  J. IRVING, President.   '    J. U. WRAY, Bccrotary.  ���KTV.U  ���*���*   oo  Nelson, ��. a  R. REISTERER & GO.  BRKVVKRS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lagep Beer,  Ale and Porter  I>rompt and regular  dollVory to tho trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  APPLICATION TO TRANSFER LICENSE.  Thirty.days notice is hereby eivbn that I will apply at  the uuxt. HiUiiiK of the Licensing Hoard of tho City Of  Nelson; B. C, to be allowed to transfer tlio retiv-i liquor  license now held by uio for tho CUvrko Hotel, situate on  lots miniberud oloven and twelve (11 and 12) in block  numbered ftvo (5) ot tho City of Nolson, Hrilish Columbia,  to Frank Campbell aud Goorfco VV. Bartlott.  K.C. CLARKE.  Dated at Nolsou. R. C, thin 16th day of AtiRutt, 1SB 4  THE TRTBTJNE: NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER % 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  W. F. TEETZEL & CO  Corner of Baker and Josephine Streets, NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Special Reduction to Clear  I have a number of broken lines of Men's Shoes which  I have reduced below cost in many instances to make  room for fall stocks. These goods are first-class, including  all leading makers, such as GEORGE T. SLATER & SONS,  AMES-HOLDEN, JAMES McPHERSON, D. W. KING & CO.,  and other makers.  Rostoffice Store f        A        _H-.II    l^PD  BAKER STREET, NELSON. %J ���        __""%.���        \__J. Jft.!_-_/_L^__._L___*1"i__  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Mis. Mary Lucy Ellis, .mother of Mrs.  r.ii.lpli Ur.-ulfortl, died in Northport on  Wednesday afternoon after a long illness.  Dr. G. A. J$. Hall is endeavoring to solve  the problem whether Jacob Dover's demand for the earth, coupled with his own  political pull, Avill be suHicic.it to remove  the bin IT of loose rock which at present  disfigures the coiner of Hall and Silica  streets.    .  John McAlman, who has been acting as  convict guard at the provincial jail, is  again in charge of provincial prisoners.  The frequency with which prisoners made  their escape from the chain gang-while  under McAlman led the warden to refuse  to turn the men over to him, but an arrangement has been arrived at whoreby  the number of prisoners in the gang will  be reduced to six...- Another amendment  which might well be made in prison rules  would be a regulation prohibiting prisoners from begging tobacco while passing  through "the city streets.  There woro throe changes yesterday in  the   firms   doing   business   upon  Baker  street.     The   Exchequer   saloon   passed  from tlie joint  ownership of A. IT. Olem-  ments and James Neelands to the latter  partner singly.  Angus Shaw retired from  the grocery business, having sold his stock  to George Bell &  Co.  of llevelstokc and  Endoi'by, who will continue the business.  The third .transfer  was the purchase of  Mills & Lottsv fruit business by J. A. McDonald, who will  continue the business  at the cornei' of Baker and Ward streets.  P. S.  Lampman,  secretary  of the law.  society of British  Columbia, has issued  notices to the court registrars through-,  out tlie  province  to  tlie  effect that ex-:  attorney general Joseph Martin has beeir  suspended by the lawyers' union for one  week,   commencing   October   1st.      The  week's   suspension'   is   the   punishment  meted out to the'ex-attorney general for  the case of champerty which was proven  against him.  '���Joe" Paquette yesterday succeeded  A. H. Fischer as manager,of the Nelson  office of the Spokane Northern Telegraph  $5000  Worth  of  Bargains  iii  Company. Joe was formerly local manager in Nelson for the Canadian Pacific  company, which position he resigned to  accept employment with the Spokane  Northern company at liossland. It is  understood that A. H. Fischer will cultivate literature in the future, his first  effort being devoted to his reminiscences  of four years in Kootenay.    ~,  City engineer McCulloch has been advised that Armstrong & Morrison of Vancouver have shipped three carloads of  water pipe for the main from Cottonwood-Smith creek to the reservoir. The  pipe should be in Nelson by the middle  of next week. The remainder of the  pipe will be sent forward in regular shipments until the entire order has been  filled.  T1110 Tin hunk's monthly payroll is now  only exceeded by the Mall Mines smelter,  the Canadian Pacific and the Nelson Saw  it Planing Mills, Limited.  During the month of August over 700  persons visited the public library, and  close oa to .'500 books were loaned' out to  subscribers.  Kenneth Beaton, tho piper, is about to  hold classes in sword dancing and other  Highland dances. The first class will be  held in the Oddfellows' hall on Tuesday  evening, Septeniber .*>th.  There is , considerable demand for  Athabasca stock just now and several  blocks have changed hands recently at  39 cents. Holders of stock, however, are  now asking 41 cents.  Dr. Hall has purchased the vacant lofi  on Baker street, immediately west of  Morrison & Caldwell, from W. H. Dow-  si iig. for $'3000 cash. He intends to ei-ect  a biick block on it this fall.  The excavation rendered necessary by.  the lowering of the water wheels at the  power house will be completed this week.  Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas  Ward have re-;  turned fi'oni a. trip to the Coast. . . j  , The regular'monthly meeting of the  Ladies'Hospital Aid will be held in St.  Paul's church on Monday at 3:30 p.m.  BUSINESS   MENTION.        T~~  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you with Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenter's Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWARE  THE  BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  ers & Co  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  Goods  Clothing  Gents9  Furnishings  Boots  and  Notice of Removal���Dr. R...T. Hawkey  lias his ollice in Rooms 'i and 3 Aberdeen Block.  For  Sale���Lots  13  and  14,  block  42,  with improvement".   Al��i>b' 'n It. li. .i��j\ St-'U'I'akery.  Counters,   shelves,   and   store-fixtures  foi sale.   Aj)jily to Thoo. Miulson, Haker street. Nelson.  Furnished rooms to let. c Apply to Mrs.  L. M. .Jameson, Carney Hlock, Haker street west.  To Rent���Two stoi-es oroffices and base-  iiicnt, \l~) liy .TO feel, also two living rooms on lirst lloor,  opposile poslolhce on Victoria .street. l'"or sale���Lois 13  and II lilock -He, ^7(����; lot7 block 15, addition A. S__>;  lot* '21 and i! block f>. Apply lo W. A. .lowed., Victoria  street, Nelson.  Furnished  Rooms ��� With   baths-and  olei'f.ne liu.h(. ~ijiiii-&s|reel, opposite Knj.lKh church.   ~=  Are You Going for a Holiday?]  Why, yes;  on a fishing excursion and I intend to  buy my tackle from  The Lawrence Hardware Co.  Who keeps the best and cheapest goods in Nelson  E  .    .      ARCHITECTS.   "*_--..  WAttT & CAltKlE���ArcliiLuol*.   ItobmR 7 and S'Ab.  Jcrdocn block, linker streot, Nelson. -= ;  Reserve your orders for our  great BARGAIN SALE which  will commence on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, or as  soon as the Bankrupt Stock  =wh%clr=we^^purchj(��sed^rom  the estate of Crawford _fc  McMillan can be removed  from Sandon to our store  in this city. These goods  are all new and will be sold  at lower prices than any  previously quoted in Nelson.  -     ^  %*  4W  jArtticipatiog  - "the ea'f;l^  opening, of ;a  .pft��|pj|^ous:  .season,  we h&ve prepared for  an Unusually  WE STILL HAVE A FEW HAMMOCKS LEFT  which we are selling at a snap  ALL KINDS OF CAMPING SUPPLIES  The  Lawrence Hardware Col  Kirkpatrick <�� Wilsoti  J4 WEST B^lfER STREET  telephone 10*   Postoffice BoV K &:'W ���''      :     '  ^de-rhandfori  Telephone 93,  FOR  ICE  CREAM AND FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  Come in and try oitr Ice Cream Soda and  Refreshing Drinks.  Next Door to  P. Horns & Co.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  ID.    M^A-BTHUB   &   CO.  m  i��!  Grove  Bee  NEAR PORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nolson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OH NIGHT  HAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOY I0D  ���R-     __C*CJI-t'R-g',     ���E>*RO*E>-R*r-E!a?0*_-i  Palace   Bakery  Bread delivered' tQ any part of the city.  Cakes, piistry, and confectionery a spocialty. ..  .  THE   FINEST   PLEASURE   RESORT  IN? KOOTENAY  CRAWFORD BROTHERS  Next to Boyal Hotel, Stanley Street, Nelson  goods by  personally,  selecting a  stock  that will  undoubtedly  "insure  large   sales and  increased   profits to  our customers.  . The importations will comprise a  rare selection of" Statues, Bronzesf  Clocks and Art Goods; also Fenders  and Fife: Irons of all 'kinds': Manicure  and Toilet Articles in infinite variety,  covering a Wide range of prices'.. Every  well-known maker of American Clocks  are also represented.  While East Mr. Dover conferred with  the leading and most enterprising manufactures of gold and silver jewelry  and is having specially made the finest  stock ever gathered together for the  Kootenay trade. It is almost unnecessary to suggest the advisability of seeing these goods before buying elsewhere.  We make a specialty in our watch  department. As we only employ:, the  best watch makers. AH' work guaranteed. Orders by mail receive our  prompt attention.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson.  ���W- IE3- I^OJ_3IXsrSO_DT  (Ex-Sheriff of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash adv.'incid on consignments of merchandise.  Pnstoffloo Box ��72 Nelson. B. O  APPLICATION TO  TRANSFER  LICENSE  Notice is hereby given flint I will, at the oxjiiration of  thirty diiysfnini the dale of this notice, aj.i.ly at. thenuxt.  silting of..the Licensing Board of the City of Nelson,  jtrilish Columbia, to he allowed to transfer the retail  liquor license now hold by m< fo:- the Exchequer Saloon,  situate on Lot 1 Block IU. in ho City of Nelson. Hritisli  Columbia, to James Neelands. A.. II. CLEMENTS."'  .   Dated at Nelson, 15. C, Sej>lcmbgr 1st, 18!��),  II  12  PAYS FOR A PINT OF NICE RICH  4 ' \  ANY FLAVOR  M. BesBrisay & Co.  Get the Best Jams  We have just received a large consignment of the  DYSON-GIBSON  COMPANY'S  JAMS  AND   PICKLES  Also a complete assortment of the  TORONTO   BISGUIT COMPANY'S SWEET  BISCUITS  Baker Street West, Nelson %J OtJH      J\*       irVlflff     Ct      C/Oj  Strachan   Bros,  aPJ^XJJ^-B-EKS,  -EXO.  OPBEA jaOXJSEJ  BLOCK ,.'.'  : '- ' /  /:���

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