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 BANKRUPTCY AND STARVATION  In the Transvaal.  .foHANNESi.UKCi, September 4.���When  Mr. Packman, editor of - the Transvaal  Loader, was arraigned at the bar of the  first criminal land rost today the public  prosecutor announced that on the instructions of the Transvaal state attorney, Mr. Smuts, he would withdraw the  charge of high treason against the prisoner and enter a fresh charge; of contravening the press laws liy inciting to high  treason. Tlie offense is practically the  same, but it is one for \\ hich a defendant  may bo released on bail.  Mr. Hui'ger, solicitor for Mr. Pakemnn,  said he understood the original charge  had been withdrawn owing to the inability of the public prosecutor to convict, and he wanted to know whether  the charge would be again changed. lie  challenged the public prosecutor to supply lijm with the particulars of the new  charge, asserting that it was not right to  detain his client 2*1 hours in jail. Mr.  Burger then declared that the allidavit  upon which the charge against Mr. Pake-  man was based contained no particulars  tliat would justify a charge of'-treason.  The public prosecutor characterized this  statement as an "absolute lit!." The proceedings were then adjourned until  Septeniber 15b\x.  The correspondent of  the  Daily Mail,  who paints a gloomy and pitiable picture  of the condition of things here, says : "It  is almost a case of wholesale exodus and  panic.     Business   is   paralyzed   and  the  prices  of food stud's are   rapidly  rising.  Half the houses are empty and the others  are tenanted by people   who  do not pay  rent, tho  landlords being glad   to   have  them  as  occupants   in   order  to   insure  some sort of protection to   tho   property.  Tho tension   has   reached  tlie  snapping  point.    Bankruptcy  and   starvation arc  staring people in the face.    Another fortnight of suspense will result in   complete  commercial   collapse.      The   banks   are  thronged with  people  anxioVis to  withdraw    their    gold,    and    the  .railways  aro    besieged    by     those     wlio     wish  to'get away.    Rumor fixes-the number of  warrants issued at 147,  including all the  London daily newspapers.     Mr.   Money-  penny, editor of  the Star,   it is reported,  lias evaded tho  detectives  sent to arrest  liim and   has' succeeded  in crossing the  border.    Tt is believed that the mediation  of Mr. Fischer, the   representative of tho  Orange Free state, has failed.  .LoiVDON,   September  4.���The Morning  Post   publishes   the   following   from   its  special correspondent at-Cnstleric, Natal.  "I left Johannesburg on ascertaining that  it was the intention of "the  government  to arrest every olio who had taken a leading part in advocating the "claims of the  Uitlanders.   It1 was an exciting,journey.  Boor policemen twice boarded the   train.  \ I saw" trucks   loaded   with commissariat  'stores and ammunition ready to start at  ��� every station.    The Boers  declare   their  intention soon to rush the Natal   border.  The' chief  officials  at  Pretoria   consider  -war unavoidable, and they have prepared  to strike before the British are ready."  >   The correspondent   of   the  Mail-Telegraph at I'iotcrmaritzburg, capital of Natal, says things have reached such a pass  that war is considered   unavoidable, and  tlie   impression   is   that  the  crash   will  come within a few days.     The  situation  at  Johannesburg is most anxious.    The  traders   are   unwilling   to   order   large  quantities of stores through fear of being  coinmandored.    Thus thousands will risk  starvation in tlie event of war, when the  railways will be cut.  Caimo Town, September 4.���The news  received from Pretoria today shows the  situation in clearer light. It appears  that the__^i*atvsyaal^-_l'6rjiy,-^wh-ieli-\va__  TUESDAY MOHNtN"G; SEPTEMBER 5, 1891).  PUBLISHED AT NELSdN, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  London, September 5.���Amid the crowd  of   conflicting   dispatches    from    South  Africa, regarding tho Transvaal situation,  it is still impossible to say exactly what  has happened.    It  seems  evident,   however,  that  president   Kruger   has  withdrawn    the   five   year franchise,   which  was     dependent     on     (treat    Britain's  acceptance    of     impossible     conditions  regarding suzerainty, and had made some  sort of  tcnipori/.ing counter  suggestion  regarding a  conference.    The  Standard  and Diggers News gives what purports to  be a report of the  secret  session   of  the  Volksraad   on   .Saturday.    According to  this account the Volksraad not only determined to reject the  five, year  proposal,  but also stoutly opposed president Kruger  visiting Capetown, and resolved to make  a stand for the abrogation  of  England's  'claim   to suzerainty.     The   Boer organ  then asserts : "The government, both tho  Kaads and the Burghers, feel that  they  have     offered    all    that    they     intend  to offer, and are now resolved to stand or  fall by this decision."     Boer statements  of this kind, coupled with the arrests'at  Johannesburg,   speak  louder   than   the  wriggling   pretences  of   Pretoria  about  arriving at an understanding.    Certainly  Mr. Moneypenny ami the other refugees  will    not" bo   in    a    hurry   to    return  to   Johannesburg    on   account    of    tho  lino   assurances   of   tlio state  attorney.  GETTING IN SHAPE TO WORK  handed on" Saturday to the British diplo-  in-jibic agent at Pretoria, Mr. CoMygham  Greene, wi$ only to Mr. Chamberlain's  proposal respecting a conference at  Capo ToWn, andthat another '.reply will be  made tomorrow to Mr. Chamberlain's  original proposal of a joint inquiry into  the l*VanCh;isc bilk This method of  splitting the negotiations by the Transvaal is unfavorably commented upon  hoi'ti. The Cape Argus officially denies  that the government of tlio South African  ���Republic, hits agreed to it conference a*  Capetown. The Cape Argus also declared'  that the explanation offered by the  Transvaal attorney-general, Mr. Smuts, of  the arrests is nii-satisfactory and that tlie  mistake is one that calls for immediate  elucidation,  Piibtoima, Septeniber 4.-���In the course  Of an interview today State secretary  Reitz said that the Transvaal government  Was waiting until Saturday's dispatch  reached the Imperial authorities before  making its contents public. Without,  however, entering into details he could  say that in his judgment the proposals of  the government offered Mr. Chamberlain  an opportunity of coming to a settlement  regarding the franchise and other outstanding questions. He could also say  that the Transvaal would take part in  the suggested conference and was now  awaiting the Imperial government's reply  in order to arrange the details as to a  place of meeting.  London, September 1.���The secretary  of state for the colonies, Mr. Joseph  Chamberlain, arrived in London this  afternoon and at once proceeded to the  foreign office. He will remain here until  the end of the crisis.- The war'office refuses to confirm the rumor that "a  proclamation will be issued calling out  the reserves, -    .  Equal Wages For Equal Work.      .  ..Kansas City,  September 4.���A petition has been filed   in  the  circuit  court  for a pro forma decree of incorporation of  the American Equal   Wage  Union.    The  headquarters are in Kansas City,  and   it  is   expected   that   other  lodges will  bo  formed all over the United States. -  One  of'the organizer's  said  today:    "The object of  tlie  organization   is to do away  with woman labor as much as possible iu.  all departments of commerce and industries generally.    Women  have to a  certain  extent  taken   the  place of men in  some  occupations.     The  trouble is that  they are not paid the same wages as men  and that  they  keep  men avIio  are   the  heads of families out of good  positions.  AVe do not object to women working, but  we are-opposed.to their taking the places_  of men for half and   often at a third of  tho wages"that would be paid to men for  the same Avork.-   We  will  work to have"  all   persons  paid- equal  wages for equal  work."-       _ __________________   '  French Government Prepares for Trouble. L  JtisjCNUS. Septeniber 4.--As the end of  tho Dreyfus court martial trial conies  within sigiit the French government is  beginning to display a fear that the verdict may lead to troubles and orders have  just boon received by two regiments of  infantry and one cavalry regiment already within hail of Rennes to hold themselves in readiness to march into town  with the first sign of disorder, to occupy  all strategical points aud to repress manifestations in their inception. The local anti-Dreyfusard  organs by their anti-foreign articles have  already singled out foreigners as enemies  of the country, and there is little doubt  that foreign journalists will be the first  victims of the violence of the mob, not so  much Anglo-Saxon as Austro-Gerinan and  Russian .Tews, who form a majority of  the press representatives of their respective countries.  French Coast Controversy.  St. John's, Newfoundland, September  4.���The colonial cruiser Fiona, which,  arrived here last night from a .revenue'  cruise along the south coast, reports that  the French fisheries, on the (3rami Banks  are Very poor, owing to the colonial  policy of prohibiting the French from  securing bait. lYustworthyjinformation  goes" to show that the French, government is desirous of settling tlie treaty  coast controversy, the governor of St.  Pierre' having been recalled to Paris to  assist in the negotiations.  Fighting in Afghanistan,  BOMIUY, September 4.-���The civil and  military Gazotte reports severe fighting  iu the district of Peujedeah,a Turcoman  camp in Kokoorassaii about 135 miles  north of Herat, between Sirdan Mahomed  Ismael Khan, son of fsaKhan, and colonel  Mui' Hauied Khan, commanding the  trooos of the Ameer of Afghanistan.  The Afghans suffered heavily until reinforcements arrived, when- Ismael Khan  was defeated. The latter escaped into  Russian territory. _  Distinguished Servian Statesman Dead.  Belgrade, September 4.���M. Jean Ris-  tics, the distinguished Servian statesman,  who was regent in 18(58,-after the asssas-  si'nation of Prince Michael, during the  minority of Milan, and who was one of  the three regents who followed the abdication of king Milan, died to day in his  09 th year.   Builders Will Eesume Work.  COPENtiAGNN, September 4.���The lockout of employes in the building trades,  which had been in force here for some  time, has been ended. There were 85,000  persons involved, but it is thought that  ail will be working again by Thursday.     I  Slocan Lake Mines.  .Hpc'riiil t<> Iliu Tribune.  Nkw Dknvh'ii, September I.���The  owners of tint Simcoo group. Ten-mile,  will erect winter quarters aud proceed  with tho.development of that property.  During the past week the wires have  been kept hot arranging the terms of  several impending deals in this vicinity.  An eight-inch vein of quartz has been  uncovered this week on the United Empire, Ton-mile. It carries- considerable  iron and a streak of high-grade sulphide  ore, running high in silver. The discovery was made in the creek- bottom,  near the, sideline, and just below the  Weymouth ground. It is being developed.  Alex Smith, manager of the Surprise,  has purchased a five-twelfth interest in  the Bird'..Fraction and one-half in the  Summit Fraction from H. T. and H. M.  Walker of this town. The fractions adjoin the Surprise.  Mrs. H. J. Robie and family have removed from here to Nelson.  The electric lights were turned, on  Thursday night, after a summer's rest.  St. Stephen's church is in the hands of  the painters for outside decoration.  The owners of the Anglo-Saxon group,  east of the Mountain Chief, are ground  sluicing as. well as tunneling. In the  new workings they are 15 feet under  ground, the ledge showing quartz mixed  with iron and bunches of galena.  The local owners of the Queen Fraction, on the Galena Farm, state that they  broke into eight inches of ore on Thursday night.  Improvements are being effected at  the Queen Bess and accommodations increased for 100 men.  The government will repair the Three  Forks-wagon road, and next spring lend  aid to build the proposed Silver mountain  road to the California and adjacent properties.  The Payne made the big shipment of  five and a half tons of ore last week,  with three more from, the Coin.  Several properties arc putting on outside men to-got tilings in shape for the  winter.    - - .  The Lawyer Smooths Things Out. J  Phrtohia", Septeniber 4.���In connection  with tho arrest "of Mr. Paekman.edito'r of  tho Transvaal Leader, and the threatened  arrest of othei' Uitlanders, the state'at-  torney denies that instructions were over  issued at Pretoria for these arrests, or  that any political arrests were contemplated, but that warrants were issued at  Johannesburg without consulting the  state attorney. This announcement  tends to quiet the public mind and to arrest the exodus.  Mr. Smuts, the attorney-general, expressed regret that such unfounded  statements should have caused the  departure of several prominent Rand  .gentlemen, and specially trusts that his  assurances will bo accepted that they  need not have the slightest fear of any  such step being taken against them.  Esterhazy Writes Some More.  London, September 4.���Major Count  Ferdinand Walshi Esterhazy, Avriting to  the Evening Newsi^oxlay,L d^eScrUjeSjthg  PRIZE WINNERS AT ROSSLAND  Nolson's Firo Team Loses.  Special lo |.ho Trilmno.,,  P��ossi.ANn, September 4.���Labor Day  opened with rain that continued until  noon, and for_a time it looked as if the  celebration would cither bo postponed or  bo a failure. At one o'clock, however,  the i'ii in having ceased,, tho "hose teams  lined up for., a hub-and-hub contest.  Hossland's team was the same as contested at Nelson, and Nelson's was a  scratch team picked up merely to fill in.  Rossland won easily in 23 seconds, Nelson  tailing iu behind with three men in the  harness, the others having dropped out.  There were but two contestants in the  bicycle race, which was won by Mcln-  tyi'e, Cassidy, the winner at Nelson getting second.  In tho one hundred yards race for  union men there were three entries, and  it resulted: Wilson first, Roby second,  McLeod third.  In the coupling contest���fifty yards'  rim and a three thread couple���Collins  and Boyd won in 5{ seconds.  '.In the 220 yards footrace there were  four entries. Frew, Morris, Smith and  McBride came in in., the order named.  Frew is said to have had the best of the  start several feet.  The free-for-all horse race had three  entries, two horses from Idaho and Miss  Miller that ran in Nelson. Miss Miller  was fractious and did not get off well in  either heat. Hattie Watts, a black mare,  took both heats��with apparent ease.  Colonel Nipper, a big brown gelding, took  second without an effort, and Miss Miller  tailended. Hugh R. Cameron, of Nelson,  was starter. -  . The pony race was won by Mollie  Leech, the Trail mare that ran at Nelson,  Arlington, an outside horse,'' taking  second. .-���-������������    '"    ',."  The opening'ceremonies were licit! in  the Miners' hall in the forenoon. John  McLaren, president of the Federated  Trades of Rossland, presided. Tho  speakers were: Mayor Goodeve, .Tames  Wilkes, J. R. Sovereign, F. J.- Deane,  M. P. P., and Ralph Smith, M. P. P. There  are about 150 Nelson people here' and  they are being well treated.  TlxliWrinultlWitiW^iiT'tlie eourt-niai'tial  Of captaiu Dreyfus at Rennes, as "an  overwhelming mass of stupid nonsense."  He refers to the late lieutenant Henry,  major du Paty de Clam and himself as  being "victimized by the general staff to  cover their ovvn faults." He says: "France  is being devastated by civil war all the  more abominable because it is not being  fought with arms. Tlio Dreyfus verdict  will not end tlie strife. The acquittal of  Dreyfus, for which the government is  working secretly, will result in the complete disorganization of the French military system and the triumph of the  socialists." ^  Finland's Last .Chance' Gone,  ���: Stockholm, September 4.���It is announced that the emperor of Russia has  appointed privy councilor de Pioliiie  .minister-secretary of state for Finland at  St. Petersburg. This post has always  been held hitherto by a Finn, so the  grand duchy thus loses its last chance of  reaching the ear of the czar through the  person of a Finnish citizen.  t . i     , i *  Parisian Police Make Seizures.  Paris, September 4.���Tlie police today  seized a number of papers', prospectuses,  and other documents, at the offices of La  Croix, which are the .headquarters of the  Assumption Fathers, and made a similar  seizure at the offices of La Nonyelleiste,  of Bordeaux, an organ of the Jeunesse  Royalistes.  A Yachting Rumor Denied.  B.3RMN, September 4.���The Associated.  Press correspondent here is assured that  there is absolutely no truth in the report  that the earl of Lonsdale has applied to  emperor William to permit captain Beii  Parker, commander of his -majesty's  yacht Meteor, to sail the Shamrock, ,  House Breaker Caught in the Act;  ' Austin J r Kelly was released from the  provincial jail yesterday morning where  be served a sentence of one month's im-  prisonmcut through being implicated in  a Rossland robbery case. Kelly is now  in the city lock-up. At noon yesterday  he Avas surprised in the act of breaking  into.the residence of T. M. Parr on Cedar  sti'eet. The owner of the house came  upon 'Kelly as he was effecting an entrance through the window, but tlie  house breaker made good his escape.  Parr at once notified chief of police  Jarvis who surmised that Kelly would  endeavor to escape along the Nelson <fc  Fort Sheppard raihvay line. Acting  upon this belief the chief secured a rail-  Avay A'eloeipede and by 2:30 o'clock he  succeeded in running his man down and  brought him baok to tho city. He will  be charged -this morning AVith breaking  into the Parr house with intent to commit an indictable offence.  hearing before Charles Hay, J.P., of Columbia, but wore remanded for eight  days.  It appears that the Columbia townsito  company, believing the lire was the work  of an incendiary, secured I'inkerton detectives. They worked quietly and scarcely  anyone knew of their presence in the district until the arrests were made. One of  the detectives was hereabout two weeks  ago. lie registered at the Imperial hotel  as M._F. Donahue of Den\Ter, Colo. He  claimed to be a mining man, appeared to  bo anxious to figure on the purchase of  the water power at Boundary Falls. He  was in fact hunting for Cameron. One  of the theories of the detectives is that  the Columbia hotel fire and tho burning  of four hotels in Greenwood were the  handiwork of the same gang.  Slocan Mines Will Resume.  The Now Denver correspondent'of the  Spokesman-Review, in treating of the  wage difficulty in the Slocan, says:  "While the question of miners' wages is  still unsettled and some of the large properties are Avorking full forces, all are  employing some men and .promise to increase their forces soon. Business is decidedly better in most lines, and tiie  assurance has boon given from a reliable  source' that the mines will be iu full operation by October 1st."  Work Commenced on the Smelter.  Paul Johnson has commenced Avork on  the smelter site at Greemvood. Monday  morning a force of surveyors Ave re at  Avoi'k running levels at the mouth of  Copper creek. Copper creek run's into  Boundary creek about three-quarters of  -a mile from the center of the city. It is  reported that negotiations are ...on-'foot"  for the purchase of all the land iu the  vicinity held by private individuals.  Ymir Mines to be Worked.  MacMillan brothers, the promoters of  the Blackcock company, have formed tho  Leo Mining company to Avoi'k a group of  claims adjoining the Monarch group near  Hal I siding. The vein on this group has  given assays as high as $231 per ton in  gold,.silver and copper. -    - '  Rohson-Pehtict6n-:Traih_^SerATice,=  Superintendent W�� F. Tye of the Itob-  Hoii-Peiiticton road, in speaking of tile  service which- tlie construction' company  Avjll give over the completed portion of  tlie road, said the line would' not be taken  over by the operating department of the  Canadian Pacific till the road was completed to Midway. He expected, however,  that passenger servioc Avoukl begin in a  couple of Weeks, ft is Mr. Tyc's intention to arrange, if possible, to put on fast,  passenger trains Which will niakc close  connections' at Robson with the trains  from Itosslaiid and Nelson, and reach  Midway by noon. The return trip will  be made the same day. Tlie roadbed is  in such condition that the best of time  can be made with little diuiciilfcy.  Work Begun on a Loag Tunnel,  Work has been commenced on the long  tunnel on the Ivanhoe, which will be run  iu to tap the ledge at a depth of 1000 feet  from the apex of the vein. Tho tunnel  Avill be 1200 feet long. A seven-drill compressor plant is to be put in, an order for  which Avill be placed in a few days.  When Mils tunnel is completed the Ivanhoe Avill be the best developed mi no in  the Slocan. Ten men are at Avork Aviden-  ing the trail between the junction with  the Ruth road and the Ivanhoe mine.  Two Men Arrested for Arson.  Jiuiimliiry Ou6k Times.  Last Aveek Robert Cameron ami 'Charles  Mullen Avere arrested and lodged in jail  at Grand Forks. Cameron avjis found  near Spokane by detectives and induced  to come across the line, where lie was arrested by officers Dinsmore and Dar-  raugh. Mullen was arrested in Grand  Forks: Cameron is charger! with setting  firo to tho Hotel Columbia on July 17th,  and Mullen is held, charged witli paying  him for doing so.   They were up for a  NELSON.  Eastern exchanges' contain notices of  the marriage in Montreal of Edwin Grant  Smyth, local manager of. tlie -Canadian  Pacific Telegraph Co., to Ethel Frances  Beach jMiiir, .eldest daughter of the late  A. Beach Muir of that city. The knot  was tied by Rev. Canon Dixon.  The continued Avct.weather may have  tho effect of creating a shortage of brick  in Nelson. Given favorable Aveather the  local brick yards could have been depended upon to supply all the brick required  by the local building trade as well as  furnishing considerable brick for the outside trade, but owing to the wet Aveather  tlie brickmakers have averaged but tAvo  working days a week for some time past.  Lost time cannot be made up in brick-  making, as the frost regulates the season.  As tho wet Aveather has been general tlio  stocks of bricks at other points has been  depleted, and an advance in price is  among the probabilities.  The building now in progress in Nelson  lias created a demand for a couple of good  tinners. The Lawrence Hardware Com-  =pairy4iaHtbe_nreiKl'eaYpriij_:--for-tlio=pastr'  two days to secure a couple of good men  but so far they have been, unable to do  so.  The Dominion Express, company will  open 'offices, at Grand Forks. Cascade,  Gladstone itnd Tunnel, on the Hobson-  Fonticton road on the 15th of thepre.sout  month.  A mooting was bold in the board of  tirade rooms yesterday afternoon for the  purpose of listening to IT. Bolster's talk  upon the beautioss of the Spokane fruit  fair. Those present at the meeting  elected three comtnittees. Tile first committee, AVhieh will have charge of the collection of a mineral exhibit,, is composed  of A. H. Kelly, A. G. Gamble, H, tl, Bellamy, T. G. Procter and P. Laruon't. The  second committee is to have charge of  finances, and is composed of F. W. Swannell, C. D. J. Christie antl Tborburn  Allen. A third Committee which will  have charge of the arrangements for the  holding of an international day is composed of Mayor Neelands, .1. Roderick  Robertson, G. Frank Beer, W. A. Macdonald and captain Duncan.  No Concessions Have Been Made.  Lois'Dox, September 4.���The British foreign office denies the statement cabled to  a New York newspaper that concessions  in the boundary question in Alaska have  been decided upon.  Danish Royalty Greets the Czar.  Coi'i'iNiiAOKN', Septeniber 4.���The  czar  and czarina of Russia arri\'cd at Bellcvue  today..   They were greeted by the entire  Danish  royal.family.  TWO PROPERTIES CONSOLIDATED  Economy Will Be Effected,  " Special to Hie Tribune.  Nrav    DbnvbiV   Septeniber    4.���Two  months ago the Eastern press announced  the sale of tho  Fidelity  mine,   near this  town, to Montreal  and  Spokane parties;  This has turned out to'be"incorrect, as T.  J. Lendrum when bore last week,  stated  that tho mine had been sold to the Northwest Mining Syndicate,   who owned  the  adjoining  property,  the Bosun.    W. II.  Sandiford, manager of the syndicate here,  explains that the deal is in the Avayof an  amalgamation of the two properties, both  to be  operated   under one  management  and from tho lower and   more advantageous workings of  the Bosun.    Tho idea  of the scheme was  formulated by II.  C.  Oswald,   a   director   of   the    syndicate,  while here in May last,  but he  left the  details to bo carried out under the supervision of Mr. Sandiford.    By this amalgamation, a combination  has  been  formed  that will  havoa marked effect  upon the  mining industry in this .vicinity.    Soofar  tho actual conditions and terms have not  been made known, but sufficient has been  gleaned to warrant the assertion that the  properties  Avill develop' into  big  things  tinder the new  arrangement.    The accidental discovery of tho Fidelity,  its subsequent development, and its final passage-,  into the hands of Scott  McDonald  and;  his associates is'sufficiently well   known  by   this    time.    There   are    large   ore  reserves     known     to      exist   in    both,  properties, and future operations already  planned will  enhance greatly the value  of the group.    The Fidelity   and  Bosun,  Avith   the  -nuincrous   other claims   purchased during the summer by the syndicate as adjuncts, embrace the major portion of this ground from here to the Har-  ris ranch, forming a mineral holding unsurpassed in  the  Slocan.    By the use of  the Bosun Avorkings the A-ein oh the Fidelity can be Avorked at a minimum ex.-  pense,   as  the  ore   from  the  former  is  placed on  the wharf  ready for shipment  for   90   cents a ton  outside  the  actual  mining.    No  work  is   at  present  being  doneowing to the labor troubles, but Mr. -  Sandiford has  had many improvements  effected on the surface, so that Avhen operations are resumed they can be carried  on   without  let  aud   hindrance.    There   ;  Avill  be  a very large force -of ...men em-  {  ployed   and,-as   the  compauy  runs no   ;  boardinghouse.   the   employes-"?-'.will, "as -  formerly,   find lodgment in NeWiDeiwer. ir  This   deal    Avas  .foreshadowed: in:JFhe: _  Tin mine, I'ajTd3stfKMe&th  in i gh ti ly !$^>;;w*^_^  town.,   TliMlTaS^  portance tolje. cliri��Mclcd.ni*a��day^bi^  '.'";.<S_  j?*^S���|p|l  1 ^iiji^8^^!^^  .- GiimAT,T^>"^jj^  - States   ta^^^^^::^^^^^^  -1 )owey on'.JMirfti;^  0.13 a. in., !i)W$i#s)-*H^  oi the gari*i_3ffli:s/au-arto  Incendiarism in Hayti.  Pout ai; Phijvok, Hayti, September 4.���  An.incendiary  fire  in   the Rue Republi-  caine today  resulted in the destruction  of twenty buildings.  ^";ifii^fltel^tto:<��i#a*ill  intends tiHifoft ^snxnfe^rtiii.^  here.     'AF"4i-MM?AW^W  inander    i'a^d&nT^H^a^  saluting. \^itlr$i^.��.^  Grenadier Gaards;ii* 'attendYinc%.":ad,^  Dewey dro.Ve-iii'. <-tb,$ ���ki^uVii^^^'gendii^^,  sir Robert ��ic:ft|/iti^  cominanddr Jh'-fil��ijt��.JtVfil^  purpose of piiyiing"general,J^  official visit. - 'Th.e.Ol^'inpi.U^^  sail September I'Dih 'direcf.���f^|^:f^l|;g,^  Opposed to-"Secret ��-nS,|ss'i'6ris.TC��i" ��'j *"���$"'rgi  P.\ ins, September 4>���Genera,"} de^G^p*^  fel, minister of Avar* lias aI;iO.W6d,,j|i^ttoF*v;.?  become known that lie is id);fo!u-tp|fe  irpp^rtTOicrW~s^  con.'I'tniartiai at Reinies. it is stated that  he has telegraphed to tlie groyel'iiiffent  commissioner in this sense, stating that  tonioiToW's session of tho coiirtinartialiir  camera sliot/ild be confined to acqnuaintin{|  tlie judges witli the nanie of the foreigjr  goveniiiTout mentioiit'd by the Au;.stito*  I'lungarifiii' reftjgep wlio testified; before"  the court today, ami a.dd.i;ng ;_h.ii> -:��he>  government desires that tlie truth Shalt  be established in the full light pf.jjay.  Good Strike on the fifarion.  Nj<:w Dw'WRir, Sepfeeinber S.--0C1 the  Marion on Silver nioiinlain, tlio force has  been iiicrea^'cU to ten, and more men will  be added as they are needed. The titH-  nel Is being driven close to the jilj_rrt|*nae  lino nnd.at a distance of 25 f���et from the  surface a foot of clean ore \v?as entonh-  Lered. The work men aro sacking a ton of  ore a day which is. taken out hi the course  of development-        Australian Gricketers' Last Game.  flASTlNTrS, England, 'September 4.���In  the cricket match here today between  Australia and the south of England, the  Australians in their first innings Avere all  out for a total of 118 runs. This is the  last match which tho visiting Australians  will play on their present-tour.  Clan Line Steamer Founders.  Lisuo.v, September' 4.���A steamer of  tlie Clan line, tho name of which is unknown, has foundered off Sag res as a  result of a collision with a Spanish  steamer in a fog. The crow of the  wrecked Aressel were rescued.  ��vy-aH  i   ��Ts  Parnell's Dublin Statue.  Duhi.in, September   4.���The  corporation has granted a site near the rotunda  in   Upper  Sackville   for   tlie   proposed  I statue of Charles Stewart Parnell. THE TRIBUTE:  2sTELS0TsT, B.C..  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER o, 1890.  #  Ladies9 Top Skirts  AND UNDERSKIRTS  W  25 We still sustain our reputation for nobby, first- $  to class goods by securing the most complete range of  28 Ladies' Top and Underskirts either you or we have  % ever seen. As a result of close buying we are en-  28 abled to sell you a first-class skirt nicely made  �� and well lined  at 50c.   A   complete   line of skirts  to  fa at $6,  $6.50, and up to $12.    Underskirts at 75c  to and up to $12.50.  /&  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  BANK  OP  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON. TttHJUES   n A f=r?=r  ^  fes-fetSS^S^S^'S^S: _S?S?-3; &&&���&&&&>&&:��;&&&>  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AND AT  THE LOWEST PRICE  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign bt the RED  HAT, Baker St.,-Nelson  J/F. WEIR  Seamen and Firemen on Strike.  Lon'ihiX, September I.���The general  strike of seamen and 'steamer firemen,  Avhich lias been threatened forsome time,  aviis declared today. The shipowners refused to accept the hrvitatinn of the .Seamen and Firemen's Union for a conference in regard to fixing the rate of wages  for firemen and sailors on steamers at a  slight advance on the average wages now-  paid at the various -British ports.  Ileports as to the effect . and  thoroughness of the movement have not  yet been received, except from South  .Shields, where it is stated that two thousand men have gone out. Many meetings  have been hold in the vicinity of the London docks, the speakers expressing the  determination of tlie men to' remain idle  until their demands have been granted,  but traffic at this port has not yet been  alloc tod. It is not likely that the strike  will be completely ordered for several  days, and until then its extent will not  be known or its results keenly felt. The  manifesto of the union ordering the strike  includes all the ports in the United Kingdom.  Honored and Relieved.  Bkiu.in, September' 4.���The official  Staats An/.ieger today says that Dr.  Bosse, Prussian minister of public instruction, and baron Von'.Der Rockd Von  Derhorst, minister, of the interior, have  been relieved of their portfolios at their  own request. The paper .'adds, however,  that they both retain their ranks as ministers of state. Dr. Bosse has received in  addition tlie crown of the Grand Cross  and the red eagle, while baron Von Derhorst has received the grand cross and  the red eagle. Herr Studt, governor of  Westphalia, will succeed Dr. Bosse as  minister of public instruction, Avhile  baron Von Kheinbaden, governor of Dus-  scldorf, will succeed baron Von Derhorst.  Ives Dies in Mexico.  ^ggg^gg^gg.^  w  ANDALUSIAN  .li  vi.  j-g   AND SHETLAND S v  # WOOLS |  Fred Irvine & Co.  *o-.c^_^��*-_^t; -v _  ��� ��=. ��� '^-> ��� <^- "sr-'jsr- *s^ tsr- *^-  * 4-PLY '^  BEE HIVE ^  WOOLS to  FALL GOODS  JUST OPENED  to  ��           W : ��� :  W  J�� FANCY AND PLAIN EIDER DOWNS, ENGLISH FLANNELETTS in plaid,  pink,  �� blue, white, etc., also in FANCY STRIPES AND CHECKS, BOTH LIGHT AND DARK  Y good washing colors  W  w  Dress Goods  ��fc Ladies' ClotJis in all the newest shades.    These goods are of just the right weight  W and texture to fit and hang nicely.    We have them in medium and good qualities  |      Black French Crepons  w  to  to  to  to  to  w  Daily Edition .;  '��� Kirst Ykab, No. 208  AVKKKLyKDITION............... SEVENTH .YEAR, No. 32  icoji*ve��,  made outside this province'for. labor'to  be performed in the province, the first  application  of which AA'as made in con-  uieefcjp^w^^^  1        '"a D     q-i 8111D   . a- ���    n     _.n        .   ("n^n   Jo" fl-   ��n      V a C" ���     n    n     n n  ,_   _r]rTn  Dm �� ��^ a ^'"'n ~Vl        �����      D     n"   '  .faro . j-taTtf" "3S *- m-    ,��jr5_,    ft?,,-     JldB-��--#*n    ,   �����     ffifi ifi rt ��� '     fl1*     "aJLjO"     ��M  |   �����HljiP����  /by^tl-je^^^  $Sj*fn,U'<f* -^."^Ts^l ^Vo^nT*   "U   ^nD.V���nn   a".'^   S   tf"'      .. J^-"d"ddD ��-f   o   n.0n ^ -  ��iorp|j0_jw^  ' jj$jp,ess^  .A^as^"idiBsatisfied? - Avith, . .the;-Jegiglatibii;  ,^ojbe iiga^ijist.hifj |onii4et*cplle^ye��..-"rJ?hei's5s  |;!ne)a-t��ra;i^e^ijit'iSg:" :t#��4;oi)eal'/fegibl!ltio;u.  t^fifead!!^ .'6v^n't;\of'"its'  ;-',iji^rbdiiCi'h''��jJe^;le^^  l :iila'ee slfo^ila^fc^  "frLefpeii|^the" eilkt^haiir" law. bbjScause Ma.br-  *pheij0n" is ii*lajjpr ^iadid^te, "anil 6\'giW��  i%ed" liibor   Jhsi'oughotit    the   province  "ap|fi'6ves 6f tlie eight-hour law* It Avas  ^$lLe,'$ii.iiin3,.1IiQbepfe" lyiaepherson ivho iatl'o-  ', "ictfidStt"the bill Avhich uullilies eouteiftts  Hbadquarlorg tor  HRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Wo mako a flpftcifill.y o(  Shjplap ar\d Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles arjd Lath Kept in Stock  Ofllco and yiird near C.IUt. depot   K. G. BKEIt, Agent.  '^Milihe^Son^sA^dd/ fendpt-1Jia:rd;;���tp; -be;  ;do.Ayu"'AAyth tlig/Ko0otQiiay.:.���A.viiig ot thf  '^Pi*|^5'i:*f,3P> 4_efl=a;snl'i*is -"by- tfiO'*3aioiIfb6-is'��''?o|  *t_ii;te..1!_%^  \ 'S'tiK. Dominioii l&prfss vObnjpaii'ys..��vs.  '^;lqse&iits;&i'fi,.ee "ii;t."3i'by.��I)e, the toAvhsfiite;  5Av|ife'hthe'nG/a_j^ Goiifa"'  %aiiy '> ''stii;i}i:e"4* Hvi|fli'��-ar view to" inlling,:!  Sl^ie'Clitjt" ;JS6r several w-eejis- |he 'ex-.'  ��� 'pjieSs.epjnpiiiiy ^uaiiitaipe'd an ofTice"lilt ��a��,  ��^oiiit;whjgfe there AA'ere no people and'IW"  'coiivehienced the" people of Moyie for the,  liicik" of; an office. Jis, the; people Avanlct  hot go to the office at Alo^Qlle, the eom--  jpany has moA>ed the office to the peopled  at Moyie.. '  ���QfjxM B. Swoiii)., wiho Avas defeated in  the GoWi6han  by-election   as a .Seinlin  eiDiMiidate, has retired froni politics.   Ho  lias been matte inspector of fisheries for'  =Bta tisli=Gol unibia^by"tho=l5aTirier"gWveMT^  ment, to fill the vacancy caused bythe  .retivemont   of   tlie   former   inciunbentj  John   Mejtfabb    of    Ncav   Westniiiister.  ;$AV'ord eoiitributed as miich its any otlier  individunl to the fall of the Turner gov-  Oriliuoiit, but force of circuiustances prevented hlnl from  enjoying the  fruits of  his victoi'y.    He was jockeyed out of the  nomination for Dowdney in   the general  election in Wliich tlie Turner government  was  overthrown, and  afterwards  Avent  down   to   defeat  in  a   forlorn   hope  in  Cowichftn.  Ni3AV York, September 4.���A dispatch  from Progresso, Mexico, received today,  announced the death of Frank Pves. the  billiardist. He died of tuberculosis, the  disease which lias had the marvellous  player in its grip for seAreral years. The  remains will be taken to Plain well, Mich.,  Avhere the deceased avjxs born thirty-three  years ago.  HUDSON'S BAY  GOiVIPANY.  %  For handsome dresses and separate skirts  BLACK  AND  COLORED  WOOL POPLINS  WHITE TIBET       WHITE IMITATION BEAR  For Children's Coats  Navy and Black Serges     New Goods Arriving Daily  to  to  %&��e ^u^ '^p^h^w^p^a-i  "s^sfag^fiL^^ coti-  ^0^m^g^f$k&ipMki0^d stmidi-f  \af$Wdi$d$i  ", Socft- Swuperfinos  ' W0, @6n$haTs . ���    ���  BpcfcP^r^amos  H^!W^y Clay Conchas Extras  Henru Clay Puritanos  Uprhdnn Conchas  Tr'iumfo Conchas  La Lola Covhchas  ".Haj^e'jiiSKrppqivcc^a.poiiKignnlcnfc" ofc-Harns, homo-  hia'ac.twoeclil-I'rpin. .Mbo'tJ HaTrfsiWSco.tlaiid."' . - ���  T!ho/s_i3i|iy^Ii^lIlnlfced; Jp����^ "���   .������"���."   ".    ���  '"wsl'NMS:g&8$$$8xMM'i&U-  ' ;'.' "1". ;'��45^Qi,'-K|tTys:���u. ��� y"..:;  litxmi"wnnt,aStylish'perfect HtJjiii^^infciimMorof the,  lipst ciolh ever unpbrtcd' to; I^bls.bli., lpa\'d. ybnr order  wi-thj.-nici-'       =' .   .        .*",". "���  Six huifdfed" dollars \vbrth of new goods; 110% wii-to-  ilife^our irispe'etidu.  T giiarantbo jnfttififactioiisorjilO salej  fSe^l^n^^cMG/fr^wa^ fatf Hi  We also carry a full line j  of Domestic Cigars at prices  to suit all trade.  j  !SP!T$ $25 jtf  |felsp|i'a up-to-date Tailor,'Hpxt KootcKny Gp|fcc Go'.  iS  "aVixtrwanftoljo-in'its���rivavb^juRt^recojvcd^  Fall aniiplCs of Suitings aiid Over-  .ciiiiUiigs representing a, ��50,000 stock to  chooKb from mado to your order at, p.lecs  never liiifore hoard of iii Nolsoii. All the latest  fuds in Fancy Vesting*) for Fall and winter.  QN'ESSYTERiyii  J.argeinuiiliorof choice bvj'ldijif^ lpls, iicljuoiintipthe  .'liflC, of,'l-lio'irtl'a!nwaj% li1!)]-" Jli'lcp and t',0i:iiis*i)f }<!ilts ttpjily  .t<)'yie,olJijdu;of,.U:fe.cPiii])!thy,"M_ielipiiatd ;l3ltfuk,te0rfi(jis of  -.txii��ui)lii'noa'ii('I��'*v''di!iioii:i!Lrro'e''to -     '   .'."  -, l:.",_. .OUJ'KC'iV.^, ��eerc.'tiir.v-,  ChirlB�� B. i Ohristle  QteNERAI.  BROKER.  EIRE, LlFBi AOGIDENT AND felCKNESJ^  mSji3"cr*R-^3src3iE3  ==^=REAXiiESTATE-ANBi_,OANJ3.=====  -30 ;hyi"120,. Baker, strbob. UefiwcPh .Jdsephliio'.Miid" ���";:;",  ,; "AVa-rd^treet-ti'rs", .,."....���. ,���:.. .7..".,,;.,. :j tl��.,.. K ��; -��� ��� ='.?SiP00  i, 5taj*li20,.iTaker KtrcetVbeb^ecn.'Josophiiibi'ai.id'Hall" ���"���'" ,  ��� .nBtreots_,"cpfiiep"."..n.,��:,..." ���..*..,,.^{.j:A��T~."./..",.",..".,:.,"." . "..���  ;25 % 120 with iiiiprd^einpiifts,, Bpu th nHidp; of yernon 1��" - s, ���  . strpeli...m-.,.,.:".*."-.-....-I."y.".^��.V,.��� j..j..".".".;."....."�������.' 'flQOO  "istroel; "m!  3500'  i2sJote'Aviliilcothig6,refitbd^ . . ������  " fi'6i'bbt".".;<.!-.",."...-'.....��.,.,.". :7."..."..s..5T,...',.;.,.,i.,..".-,3000-:  6 lots in blocli iiti, iill clertfed and fbjioedjin..,...-..,. i2lM-  AG'BNTS JFdjft    .-:  Iteal Estoto and General Agents. Baker St., Nclapn0  Stevei|s. Tl^e  sons Bay  S::fi. D.  West #akcr Stiroet.     TblbphPPo IS.  That room of yours needs  ''freshening up " for the winr  ter months.  a,*feiJ'B3p*s:o_srE3  iss  Diirijig tlio, seaSoSi -h'0 will deliver ico at j-rivnle fesldeneps  atidlmsiliosshotisoii daily iii nuy  desired quantity at caWPnrablo  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  APPLIGATION   TO    PURCHASE   LAND.  BLAGKSMJTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  TO LKT-^Several Iibilses of different sizes.  if OB SALR���Real estate in. all parts of thp city.  1175; Haro Street, Vancouver, B. G.  Boarding and day ROhool for girls vill re-open on tho  ISth day of Augusl. Vaeancies for boarders. Fortenna  and prospectus apply to  MA0EMOISKLLK KKBN, Principal  BOOT AND SHOE  NOTICE  A, litems # &  OUSTOIVIS=BR���>feER�����-  AUCTIONEE-RS  and GEBfEEAUMTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FTTtST i)QOB WKSt HiANK B. C. BUIIiDING.  Notice to investors and Builders  WiftgOh tOjiairing promptly attended to by a flrat-claSs  ^vhoelwright.  Special atl^ntioii given to all kinds of repairing and  cuBtoni work from1 outsjde points.  can give us the size (length,  breadth, and height of ceiling)  of the room, or rooms,  We  Having leased the business of the Nolson Soda Water  �������������-��� '  -���''-  -���-��� "c trade With all kiildf  Family orders solici-  will do the rest.   In price,  beauty of design and quality  Our Wall Paper  bargains will surprise you.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date, I.  the Undersigned, Intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works, "Victoria, B. C, for tho purchase of the follow ing doscribed piece of land, situate on  the Nelson side of Kootenay river, and being about seven  miles up from Nelson: .Commencing.nt a post marked  "Geo. <J. Tunstall, .Junior's S. W. Corner"; thence east  eighty chains; thence north forty chains to where low-  watermark is; and then following the sinuosities of the  shore to the point of commencement; all containing,  more or Ichs, IliO acres. GKO. C. TUNSTAU.1, JII.  Augusl, 7th, ISO!).  APPLICATION TO  TEANSFER  LICENSE  Sh.op:   Ha" Street, botwoen. Baker and Vernon, Nelson  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS.   .....  Factory,��111111 prepared to supply the trade with all kinds  of carbonated aiicl aerated waters.  ted.   l'rompt delivery.  Factory on  ioovcr Ktrect.  N. M. CUMMINS  Canada Dnit! and Book Co..  Xii*M:ia7_3i>  Cpruor of Ilakor and Stanley Streefca, Nelson  iVolicc is hereby given that, I will, at. the expiration of  I hirl.y days from the dale of this tintiee, apply at.'Uio next  silting of the Licensing Board of the City of Nelson  British Columbia, to be allowed lo transfer Ihe retail  .liquor license now hold by mo for the Kxclieqiier Saloon,  situat.o on Lot 1 Mock 12, in the City of Nelson, British  Columbia, to James Neelands.        A. II. CLKM10NTS.  Daled al. Nelson, ��. C., Seplember 1st, 18MSJ.  W. IE". 0E_OBZ__NrSO3Sr  .Kx-Shcriff of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced 011 consignments of merchandise.  Voatoflice Box 672 Nelson, B. C.  UNION   MADE  Kootenay Cigar lanfg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  The Tanpiior Mino, Limited, Albert Canyon, on ihe  main line of.the C. P. B., 22 miles east ot 1 lovejHtok.s, (requires six good miners.   Wages 13,50 per dn.y.  The undersigned liivvint,' purchased tho Maslonka stock  of Jtotjl.s anil fciliot'ii, they will he ,"i)ld itu gl'efttly reduced  prieCs.   Bepail'ij'jf doiio at old priPes.  gkougk ix muhun,  At Hnslonka'ti Phi ssuiiul on Hail street.  Nelson, August 28rd,, ISW.  ~Q����l)��^AK A LOAJD   ��� ���0 Q] . .  tnnmrac slabs, in 10-inch and i-foot lcligths, fcuitabio for  Btove wood, which will bo field for ��1 a loud at tho mill  yard.  NHLSON SAW & PI.ANING*- MILLS, Limited.  ���  Nolson, August 19f!i, 181)9.  HAMOMllD HAIfl OMAMENTS  Switches from S2 up.  MRS. J. W. KKAllNlCYhas opened a Ladies Hair Dressing Parlor in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is prepared to fu-nish everything in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of tho scalp a specialty.  STYLISH   DRESSMAKING-  COSTUMKS FOR ALL OCCASIONS  FURNISHED ON SHOUT NOTICE.  Josephine Streot,  NJULSON  th(* v(jry  Bi'kt 'toimis  to  HiQ.se  HivvQW iiioney 011 iliipi'ovcd   real  We givi  wisliing to  eHtutc.  Tlio only coii.ip.uiy in the province that gives  you (lie privilege of paying off your wljolo  Loan at AnvTimk without a Bonus on giving a 60 day notice of your intention was so.  Mrs. E. McLaughlin  L. Pope  manufjvotukbk ok  HEAVY TEAM HARNESS  EXPRESS HARNESS, PACK HARNESS  SADDLES, Wini'S, ETC.  "WAED     STREET,     3STELSQ"]!T  O AJVIBUH <& 0'R_3IL<L<Y, Agtts  British Columbia I'orninncnt Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  Lots for Sale  ?550 will purchase a choice residenco corner, 100 by 120  feet.  S2100 will purchase a central lot and residence.  $100 will  purchase  two nice lots and shanty, Robson  street. II111110 addition.  $3000 will purchase four nice lots and residence.  10,000 Pooled Fairmont i cents.  Blackcock (Ymir) shares 20 cents.  5000 Utica at li cents.  ALEX STEWART  Turner & Boeckh block, Nelson, B. C.  SQUIRE'S   BANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing- 120 acres of laud within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FRED J. SQUIRE,   Nelson, ��, p. THE  TRIBUNE: ISTELSOST, B. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,  1S99.  IANK OF  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,     ���  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STItATHCONA AND   MT  Hon. OKO. A. DIlUMMONIl   K   S. CLOUSTON '...  KOYAL, President   Vice-President  .. .Oonornl Manager  ���tTELsp'isr branch:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       1IHANOHKH  IN       LONDON  (Bnffland),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in the principal cities iu Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Nxchango and Cablo Transfers  QUANT CnMMKKOUr. AND TKAVKrXKKS' fillKDITS,  available in any part, of tlio world.  DIIAKTS  I8SIJKD    COM.KCTION8 MADK;  HTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CUItHKNT HATK OK INTKKKST PAID  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  FEARLESS   AND   JUST.  Ono Frondi minister of war has boon  found who will do his duty. Ho isgoijor-  al do Gollil'ot. With this m.-tn at the  helm in the betfinniiiK tho .Dreyfus affair  would never have become the scandal of  Europe. With the marquis do Ciallfet as  minister of war the famous bordereau  would never have been forged. Now,  within a few weeks,- lie has wrought order  out of chaos in the Dreyfus case. And  yet no soldier has loved the "honor" of  the army more or fought more bravely  to defend it than de Gallifet.  De Gallifet wns retired in 1805 at sixty-'  seven years of age. He felt the blow very  much. "The army was my family, my  work and satisfaction; now the, sooner J  die the better," he exclaimed. He did  not dream that his greatest work was yet  to come with his appointment as minister  of war.  Fate has delighted in providing opportunities for Gallifet. He fought in  France, in Russia, in Italy, in Mexico. He  was one of the figures of the second empire, the most brilliant general of bhe  third republic; when his career finds its  historian the writer will unfold a long  recital of fabulous feats, of extraordinary  love affairs, wild Avagers, insane duels, incredibly senseless challenges to death.  It is said of de Gallifet that his'physical existence is today a work of art.  Thirty-five years ago he came to Mexico  to fight for Maximilian. In a battle at  Puebla, De Ga Hi let's abdomen was torn  open with a "shell. Calmly'pressing his  lint into the terrible wound he made his  way^to the ambulance. The gallant gen-  -cral came back to France witli a silver  door on that side of him which was never  turned away from a Hon���the famous  necessary shield made necessary by his  Wound. ''Silver-bellied Gallifet'" has been  his nickname since'  Hut lie went on duelling and lighting  as ever. During one of his engagements  a spent ball rattled agaist hissilver shield.  "They'll have to use armor-piercing  shells if they want to kill me," ho laughed  to an ollicer wlio stood near by.  One year later, at an official dinner at  Paris, Napoleon 111. was saying that silver was getting cheaper and cheaper,  when Gallifet exclaimed:  "Ah, that's why our prime minister is  so sad. He lent me some money recently,  and he knows that my plaque is his only  security."  As a boy Galli&t wanted to enter St.  Gyr, the West point of France, His  father pro-tested, Tlie young man, not to  be balked of liis eai'eer, entered the I?U's't  Hussars as a 'ptf'vate. De GiUijTet, the  nfeu^eiuint���p mmojiion^  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Si\aguay, U. S��� Atlin., B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^on, District.  and signed it "General de Gallifet." Napoleon III. wrote opposite that daring  signature, "('ranted."  lint the republic had al ready been proclaimed, and Gallifet had to win the title  a second time.  From captivity in Germany Gallifet  went homo to command part of tho army  of Versailles���to light Frenchmen. The  Paris commune, backed by the rough element of a great city, defied the national  power. Ono morning president Thiers'  said to Gallifet: "Take four squadrons:  to the bridge of the Hergeries. Vou can  capture there three or four hundred na-  tionol guards; they do not expect attack  so soon."  As the general drew near the Hergeries, instead of three or four hundred he  found three or four thousand soldiers  waiting.    He could not withdraw. c  Hut'he kept moving forward; and suddenly came the saving.idea. He stopped  his troop and called to his aid-de-canip,  lieutenant d'Harcourt, "Follow me."  Quite alone, they advanced aba leisurely trot. The insurgents deployed in a  half-circle to capture them. And no captive lived. Lieutenant d'Harcourt lit a  cigarette and said, "General, have a  smoke; we'll never return from this."  When they came within hearing the  colonel of the communards demanded:  "What do you want within our lines?"  "Listen," answered Gallifet, reining  his ��� horse, "so far there has not been a  bullet fired between Paris and Versailles.  If you surrender, all will be pardoned.  If you persist, tomorrow will see the beginning of a fight without quarter. Now  choose. I'll take your ansAver to the  president."  Indignant clajrours and threats answered his speech. Gallifet was waiting  Avitli folded arms and defiant mien.  At last the gray old colonel of the communards rode forth. "Say to M. Thiers  that avc refuse to surrender."  "Very well," was Gallifet's curt reply  as he rode aw.>y, conducting his escort  .back to Versailles iu^ safety. When at  -last the national troops overpowered the  commune there was no quarter. It Avas  as Gallifet had promised. Day after d.iy,  as the presidential lines closed about the  heart of Paris, trembling bands of communards Avere brought before Gallifet.  As one group after another filed before  him, this man of iron moved languidly  his white right hand that had smitten so  many, antl the sIoAV-inoving of it meant:  "Oh, take them aAvay; take them aAvay.  Let them be shot. Don't bother nie  longer; let them be shot!"  No, there Avas no mercy. This was the  procedure: When a band of communards  Avas brought in general Gallifet would  say in his languid tone of exquisite politeness, "Pray cause these gentlemen to hold  up their hands.  "Yes, general."  . "Ah, thank you. I perceive that there  are  powder  stains.    Messieurs,  I regret  Hurnicse embessy. The empress was  warned, that Burmese etiquette av.is peculiar. It was. The envoys alternately  rolled on the floor and turned clumsy  somersaults, led by a very fat old man.  The empress gravely, SAA'eetly smiled.  Every one else laughed. Then the old envoy's Avig fell off, revealing De Gallifet's  face. Tlie empress burst into tears, complained that she hail been insulted, and  ditl not forgive De Gallifet for Avceks.  De Gallifet married the daughter of  Lafitte, the banker. They do not live together, and he affectionately speaks of  her as "Little Pig." o  It Would Affect the World.  Salt Lake Tribune.  Things again look threatening in the  Transvaal. If Ave woro to be asked what  is the greatest present hope for silver re-  moneti/ation, Ave should say it would be  a Avar between Great Britain and the  Boers. Tho reason is that even if the  Boors did not succeed in destroying the  shafts and hoisting works of the mines of  the Rand, they would stop the production  of those mines, and what that would be  to the financial world can bo estimated  from the fact for the first six months of  the present year the yield of those mines  was '3,012,000 ounces of gold, or more than  $120,000,000 per aimum, or in round numbers, one-third of the product of  the world. With that shut off,  the depression in Europe Avould be sonic-  thing frightful. It Avould be very  liable to be communicated to this coim-  : try. It would be very natural for banks  once more to.withdraw their accommodations from all except special customers,  and if an absolute panic Avere avoided,  there Avould be a congestion which would  .fill the country with distress. Just iioav  this country is running on an even keel,  with engines at full speed and unlimited  coal in the bunkers, bub the nations  which-furnish us the coal are in sore distress, and to stop suddenly one-third of  the gold production of the world', would  bring a shock to every business center of  civilization.  The Venezuela Commission.  Paris, September 4.���Sir Robert T.  Reid, Q. C, former attorney-general of  Groat Britain, today concluded his argument before the Anglo-Venezuela boundary commission, presenting the case for  England. Counsel said that England and  Venezuela before the tribunal held absolutely the same footing, the question  being one of coiuparati\re title. George  Askwith, junior counsel, continued  bhe argument of England's case.  He expressed regret that his adversaries  had not yet given the legal view of the  present controversy. iSlr. Askwith referred to the statement of Spain laying  claim to the whole of America. He said  no European nation admitted this Spanish claim, and that the Dutch when they  obtained their independence upheld their  right of settling in the West Indies and  carried it into effect.  The Tremont Hotel  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  I-Ik  t\n Oki-'ior at  NELSO NT, B.  C  Betii  Wholesale Markets at flelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Markets at Nelson, Kiuslo, Sandon, .Silverton, Now Denver, Ymir, Trail, Grand Forks,  Cascade, Greenwood, Midway, and Sirdar.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  IPL0/.E & TRECILLUS  PROPKIKTOKS  Headquarters fop liners and Prospectors  FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  ^i^S^ilslsffi  >t"��.vloca,l��"aiid ;consfc��:?:*�� ,  THE BEST BRANDS OF  rs  and  Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND,  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON. 'V  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortablo.bodrooms and   flrst-class dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES   32 PBE'DAT  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker street, jieison E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Nelson Tent and ^wning Factory  1V1ANUFAGT0I.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   LAGER!  HAS ARRIVED IN NELSON  oiieTTigirC sealecl^Ie-walls of Ids barracks  to play Romeo to soma Juliet of his garrison town-. The balcony was on the thii'd  story,, but Romeo, by the aid of vi'iess,.  coririees, arid a friendly lightning foci���  abovo nil, by dint of previous practice���  reached it safely.  Ms captain was there, eapfcain Lourdey.  Tlie limine is remembered only lis the  name of a man killed by Gallifet. The  horrible duel they fought With cavalry  swords has remained Legendary. CJallifefi  Was almost hacked to pi-.oe_ai They carried him away with an ariii cut to tlie  bone, his right flank open, and with another murderous gash fi-oni liis left  shoulder to his right side. But lie had  killed liis man.  Noble exploits were Gaijifet's in the  rather ignoble Crimean war. Said an  English colonel to liim: "There is not a  limn in our army who does not wish you  were at the head of one of our regiments."  It was Gallifet who led the historical  assault on tlie Green Hill, and won by his  gallant conduct a decoration upon the  battle-field.  "We're lost! Now, Gallifet, a last effort for the honor of our arms!" cried  general Ducrot at Sedan.  "Anything you order, general," replied  Gallifet, wiping his bloody .swoi'd on his  sleeve. Colonel Gallifet led the terrible  charge, drawing cries of admiration from  Bismarck, the king of Prussia, and the  German military staff. In the melee he  lost liis cap. As he galloped back with  what remained of the Third Light Cavalry, Gallifet, with the point of his sword,  picked up from the field a general's kepi,  which he planted ou his head, saying to  Ducrot:        .        . .  "I deserve it, don't I ?"  A few days after he sent a request for  an interview with the imperial prisoner  Then that slow wave of the hand, the  gesture tliat meant death.  But one day the white-haired colonel  who had let Gallifet go at the bridge of,  the Bergeries was brought i_u. __,  ^"GlillifetTecoguizedtlie man. He moved uneasily upon liis seat. Filially- he  said:    ''This man is old ; spare his life."  It has been said that Gallifet Was a pet  of empress Eugenie, ft was of no use, iu  his 'wild young days, to lock Jiiiu up for  breaking military discipline; Eugene  would always beg his release in time to  lead tlio dancing at her Monday evening  parties.  One evening tlie court was expecting a  ���'. , ,���i ���. j-imo&Fmg?...- ,���>���,:������ -...������������,  i "  ��V f     DDP-n     d B P      ,&"_n n   (."nu'-'untfbn     n   "^ u  i'W D n     '   �� ��    fl  ���>���** -       D   ��D     "local ^nd"coni_K�� - "��. dD  -    D  ������.. $p&fr^ f^P'-"   ��� ���"'  ���WmIpis1...   .���������'"  Biased) j&TjtajTb er  of'WijkTnds.  If what you vvaiit is not in stock iwowill make it for you  BALI- AfcR, '(tST-^FRiei.ESi  ���       J linn  lfflim;p^iSCB|.RKEriPifap  Lato do| thfi.Iloyal^Hotel^jGalgary^  Beer or Haff=  and=Half  H-ALE. AND E.AKB. STHEETS.NJfiLSON  CHARIilSiS HIMjYER,  l'KESIDKNT  HARRY HOUSTON,  .8EOBETARV  ielsoi^^bttninrfiis;  Jlio finoist iMifcel in. tKo interior.,  I.argo sanjijlo.i:d"6m1j. "Stearii'hcafcand, olbotrtc li^ht.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  AGENTS KOR KOOTENAY DISTRICT.  ^_^DIOKSO'N';  E. H. B. APPLEWHA1TB  J. McPHBB  Constraction Co.  ,njC!��MpiejVtf-<Eire.3"t^ Llghtlnfi: for Mineii. Towns  ���P, p.���S0x*0QS.''"- " "">" "��� " " �� ���" '"'"'  ��� "��� -�� . ��  Jp80phino Street, Nelson, B. 0.   ."  f HGJRPE A CO,,  LIMITEt)  CORNER. OV ���VVAltD AN!D yERNON ST8., NELSON  BAKER AND WARD STRjKETS, NEI^SON  L-nvr-ri-OiiaD-  MANUl��ACnJBERS OH1 AND  DIOALUltS m  Rough and DKessed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  kactokv wb-itK dOsk  SLTCJI AH  TO OKIJK.li,  m   ��� ..��' e  Always  Always  Fresh  Cool  THE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THE  Corner Siltoi and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  jNTOTICE.  Notice i.i hereby given tliat from this diilo I will, not he  rcrt|>onsible for iiuy. debts contracted by iny wife, Elizii-  beth Kelly..   .     ,...: ... .JAMES KKU/Y.  :��� Neltion/AiigUMt29th. JS!W. -..;': .'./.  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on Government wharf.  ^Factory and office, comer" Hall Rtreot and C.P.R. track  WILL DO WELL TO  BOY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G.O.BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of flrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors; mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORS WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx streot, Nelson  Telephone, Si,  John Bae, Agent  The jonlyihotclin Nelson'that has remained, under one  manajjemenfc since 1890.  The bedrrooms are woll furnished and   lighted by  electricity.  ___rTlie.dlning;rooni='saiot.Becoild=toany4n=Kootenfty.==!===  The bar is always stocked by tho bfist doiiiestio and  imported liquors and cifcars. y  THOMAS MADJJKN. Proprietor.  YiyiiR. &. c<  d. W. SMITH, Pcoprietor.  ���iy��BVtrW,-^��^^C^A^$.  Ijiu'gc.and well lighted ... Heated by hot ai  Heasomtblo vnl,oa Sample rooms  Electric bolls and light I'l ovefy room  HoiioVatod and rofurnishod thrOiiBliout  HOTEL,  VIQTORIA  J. V. I'KItKS, PrOjiriotor  Ifroo bus moots ail trains Rouolefnbo    R  fl  Hourly streot'eiii. Co slalSon nevei*��tORB,  D. O.  Night Grill Itoom in conuecUoii, fOi'the convenience of  guest*! arriving and departing by night trains'.  KOOTBMAY COFFEE CO.  KKliSON, 0. C.  Coirec rOasStore and dealers in Tea nnd C'oiroo.  Oirer fresh roasted colfeo of best quality as follows:  Java and Anvbiim Mucha, per pound..,.. , ?   40  Java and M^oclia Blend, 3 pounds  I (10  Fine Santos, 4 pounds   1 (JO  Santos Blond. 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds.   I 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds...  100  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2  Doors  East  of   Oddfellows   BlocK,   West  Baker Stseet  Vienna Restaurant  Baker streets between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nolson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKKRV IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY -COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  B.      �����3:-Cr*R*R*yj      PHQPBI'EiTOB  Palace   Bakery  Ilrund delivered to any part of the city.  .Cakes, pastry, and confectionery a specialty.   ..;  crawfordTbrothers  ::;-./,.;, Next to Boya 1 Hote^Stanle^StroctpNeterw s$\.  70"Ceri{s^per100  Will deliver in ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or'oil scows at gOvoriiiiicnt wharf.  the West kootenay Brick & lime Co., Ltd.  Rakor Sttoet.       ���_". Q. PROOtfOR. Manag-er  ���     11 I  GEiMERAL TEAMSTERS  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Staj|dard Oil Co.  Washirigton Bhick aqd iittje Co.  The H. W. P^cNiei! Co., Ltd., Canadian An���th.ra-  cite Goal (Hard)  Dealars li\  .   a W.NM)EIJ  TUB AL'KI'IC'KS   OK      ,   .  "i'fei.Rqyal Agricultural and Industrial Society  pf British Columbia.  WIJ.I.   UK   IIKLI)   AT  Itew Westminster  ox  3rd, 4th, 5tli and 6th.  $15,000  .���lisjooo  W PBlZES  OPEN   TO   THE   WORLD  A, Kound of Pleasure for 1'6'm* WAoIg Bays  jjo'Hjsk hack.-;     fncyehv km;S-:h     aquatics  cTl.v-viJ'ioxsinr' ;i,.vcimf5-si.:        .vavai. A.vb  MlhlTAHV Hi'O'ltTpS   . QYMKilA.\A  MASK ItAhU-    PlJO'l'IlAJvL.    TIAX'I;)  'WVl&i,i\WlliS'V,  MACTIFICEWT ILLtllViJffAtloKS I'  lliilild nnip'Tl M'M'f t��\'itil'ntf.  Sin'i'isi I al Cnli'l Urn ��' Uly .Vft\V- Vs'.,  .\t<t��-li-r c\%rnl!-i(i-H.-�� fi-om all pilhil>  rati'*. ,,  ,|.'ur r.|��-finl jigiiiiit:��K ntv ��'l,n-��H hiiii.fl nillft.  Nn (<!llt"fllirc fee' rliur_kttl ftu; <;��li:fhil.".  KXWITIVK ,l|Ui \vinii-.'ilii|iiiiay<ii'i.H'i.>n��.'I': .1. Trap))-,  W. ��...Mailii'i'-. 'Ii'��. J). Ilryiimcr. It. I*". Ail-dursuft. Alff.X  F, Si-ijM. Alfi. Al. 8'Sin-Iati'.  |��'or jn-i.w IM��. iJnliy fi)i-lii.s ilnil" full piti-l-i-liii'tars, wjilto  T..I. TKAI'f. AK'ITIL'I,' MALTA'S'.  I'rmfili'i-il, _um_hvrj%  VV. II. ICKAKV,, ('iiiiiiiii^ituuir.  il-,iiiiriHlj!,r*'>p��.M'n liftifset  jLjftenf.h' if��Utj*il:  , ,1-t.  Nelson Iron Works  MANUKACTUKKriS OK  BN&INJBS, BOILERS. SHAFTING.  IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs pronlptly attended to,       P. O. Box 173.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS-Nelson    l/odgc.   No,  25,  Kniffhlsi of Pythias, meet* in I. O. O. V. HuU.cornor  Baker and Kootenay street?), ovory Tttosday evcniiii. at  8 o'clook.   Visitini; KniKlits ortrdiallv invited to attend.  T. MlililK, C. C. 'It. G. JOY, K. of II. & S.  NELSON LODGK, NO. 23, A. F. & A, M. Moots  second WodnoBday In each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  NKI.SO.V I* O. L��� No. llll��.  nioets in   I.O. O. !���'. Hall,  eorner Haker and  Kootenay  streets,  1st  and Hrd.  Friday of each month.   Visiting brclhcrn cordially In-  JOHN TOYK, W. M.      K. J. HR.UJLHY, Uee-Suc.  /KKIK.'   Ninnber -�����>, ��� 'Kratcrnnl  Order  of.  KiK'se,rneeljievery seeontland fourth-Wednesday I"  each month in  Prat entity Hall.   Visitln��� brethren welcome. .��� ...  . J, IltVIXG, Prenidoitt.   .   J. l^ WIJ.AY. Secretary.  NKI-SON.  ' hill  R. REISTERER & GO.  IlIiKWKHS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine La^er Beep,  Ale and Porter  inl I  ol��v.  doiivory to tho trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  NOTICE TO CONTBAOTOBS.  Wealed tenders will lie received by I lie mulcrsivtned. lip  tojiiu'clnek noon en Tue*Kla.y, ft"e|ileli.iber 5th. -ISSK); for  the eoiislriretimi (if a l.wo-slor.v frame, public sehool  build iiiK in Ihe 11 nine Addition. I'lausaiidspeuilleations  can he seen at my residence.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A  inaiked elici.'k iiinoiintiiiK In ID per cent of the tender  must accompany each tender.  KHK1) HUItKY.  Ue.sidence in Hume Addition, Nelson.  Nelson, Augusl, SSlli, 1S!W.  APPLICATION TO_TRANSFER LICENSE.  Tltirty days notice is hereby -given that I will apply at  the next sitting of tho Licensing Board ot the City of  Nelson, H. O, to bo allowed to transfer the rota.l liquor  license now held by mo for the Clarke Hotel, situate on  lots nnntbercd cloveti and twelve (U and 121 in block  itumbisrcd live (5) of tho City ot Nelson, llritish Columbia,  to Krunk Campbell and George W. Bartlott.  K.CCLAUKK.  Dated at Nelson. B. 0., this 15th day of August. 1KB THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER  1809.  Mail Orders Filled Same Bay as Received  STOGKS THE LARGEST IN KOOTENAY  Assayers' Supplies  CRUCIBLES  SCORIFIERS  CHEMICALS  CHEMICAL GLASSWARE  FLUXES of all kinds  FURNACES  BALANCES, best  makes  only  Drugs and Drug Sundries  BRUSHES,  every  kind  SPONGES  TURKISH   BATH TOWELS  PATENT  MEDICINES  PERFUMERY, best manufactured  FACE   POWDERS  MANICURE   REQUISITES  W. F. TEET  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Charged With Stealing a Check-,,  A man giving his name as Thomas  Cameron was arrested by chief of police  Jar vis on Sunday evening upon a charge  of stealing a $li> check from John Loitch,  while iu the rear of tlie Grand Central  hotel. The theft, it is alleged, was committed on Sunday afternoon, and shortly  afterwards Cameron and another man,  at present unknown to the police, attempted to cash the check at the Silver  King hotel. The check wtis not endorsed,  and the man in company with Cameron  proceeded to endorse the name- of Leiteh  upon tho back. Before the money was  pa ill over a friend of Leiteh denounced  the man who had endorsed the check as  mi impostor, and the hotel man naturally  refused to cash the check. A charge of  theft from the person will belaid against.  Cameron,, and if his companion can be secured he will be proceeded against for  forgery. Both Cameron and Leiteh were  working on the 'Molly Gibson wagon  road, and since returning to Nelson Cameron has been (mod by magistrate Crease  for drunkenness..  Corner of Baker and Josephine Streets, NELSON, BEITISH COLUMBIA  Special Reduction to Clear  / 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 6c SONS,  AMES-HOLDEN, JAMES McPHERSON, D. W. KING dc CO.,  and other makers.  Postoffice Store  BAKElt STUKKT, NELSON.  J. A. QILKER  Although the return covering the last  month's operations of the Athabasca  mill liave not yet been published Till":  Tin hunk has been informed by one of  the shareholders that the clean-up for  August greatly exceeded in value the  return received from any previous  month's run. The property is also reported as being in better shape than ever,  some very high grade ore having recently  been encountered. It is stud that the  milling of this ore accounts for the considerable gain made at the mill during  the month of August.  Contractors are experiencing some  difficulty in securing men around Nelson.  Men who have contracts in hand say  ...that" there is no reason for any able-  bodied man remaining idle in Nelson if  he desires to work. The prevailing rate  of wage for laborers is from $2.50 per  day upwards.  Harry Williams, who gained considerable notoriety through his enterprise in  moving his floating saloon from Kootenay Landing to Argentti, was again before J. Bull, .J: P., on Saturday, when' he  was fined ij*50 for keeping'a disorderly  house.    The  prosecution  was conducted  Remertiber the Nan\e  EMPORIUM  It"-will'be to your; ,Sdvft'nt)itg6�� t8: 'geje* irur-.i&i'ge*  "and complete stock of ^ftfpfcjj" antl ^liOef.;^ *W$t-  cany the following- lines:, -J( Ss. % 33011, J"  D. King &. Co,, North Star Slioe Co., Eootis,  Scluutz ��fc Co., Str4foi"d Sjme Co., Afiues;.Ho%J  den & Co., and otiYe> leading makers.' "**"  ooo  by provincial constable Kelly, who  was recently appointed a member of the  provincial police force.  It is reported that work will be resumed this month upon the California  property, which is under bond to Hugh  Sutherland.  Herbert Irvine of the firm of Fred Irvine  <fc Co., returned on Sunday from a purchasing trip, in the course of which he  visited tho loading millinery houses in  Montreal, New York and -Chicago. The  millinery opening of l-Ycd Irvine &, Co.  will be held on September 12th, when a  complete line of the latest Paris and New  York pattern lints will be displayed.  hYank Kennedy will come up before  judge Korin today for speedy trial upon  two accusations, one for receiving stolen  goods and the second for breaking prison.  Alex.. McLeod of Ainswortli is in the  hospital at Kaslo undergoing treatment  for injuries sustained in an encounter  with a she-bear. McLeod and Frank  Fitch were out prospecting when they  came upon a bear with two cubs. McLeod  was forced to make the best kind of a  fight he could with a prospector's pick,  and in so doing had one arm and a leg  badly lacerated.  The rifle shoot which was to have come  off yesterday was postponed on account  of unfavorable Aveather.  P. J. Russell, of the Parson's Produce  Company returned on Sunday from Alberta where he completed a deal for the  purchase of 8S,()00 pounds of government  creamery butter for the firm's Nelson and  Rossland branches. This is the largest  purchase of butter ever made by any  company doing business in Kootenay, and  when turned over to the trade will represent about $20,000.  The fishing editor of The Thihune  spent yesterday, with his fishing rod and  returned in the evening with thirty-two  trout, several of wliich turned the scale  at four pounds.  The election petition against the return of Hon. Fred Hume as member of  the Nelson riding lias been formally disposed of at Victoria. When tho case was  called the petitioners' counsel said that  he had no evidence to offer and tlie petition was forthwith dismissed.  BUSINESS   MENTION:  Notice of Removal���Dr. R. J. Hawkey  has his olliee in 1 looms 2 mid 3 Aberdeen Mode.  For Sale���Lots 13 and 14, block 42,  Willi improvements.   A.ijily lo H. G. ,loy, Star Hakory.  Counters, shelves, and 'store-fixtures  foi sale.   Ajijily to Tlieo. Madson, Haker si reel., Nelson.  Furnished rooms to let.'-'Apply to-Mrs.  L. JI. Jameson, CarneyHloek, Haker street, west.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  2G AND 28 W10ST BAJCBIt STREET. NELSON, ��� "'    '' " '  SSSste  IX    .MI^^^ETJEECTJE,  85  JUST ARRIVED  :ClMlfyi&'  ; <�� ui^l^d^O^ns^^jth, fev|h|^:iihd1  nelucli:i��s"Ij|?l��1,   'Silica sjire'cl?,;vO)!]ios"itQ *;nglis#ehiiroh.  ��*  ii\.,^p.ft"illJ?,^Hj^i.'' A'^ildL-l'Itg" ,l^Q1aidDt^fl'=lsi^��_ s.t5<gK>lSr��,  .���kuojiorl "sAlsS'UxjWi'ipficoji.lif��� olerk,iii_gV<5c<nfics, ijiSoVan*!,  ;-"shoes, aw rt.r.y��'.aodk:" A"iM&siif��!JQx ��38'. "."Fii'S!,-<'Jafe".rel> ;  i.&ciU'e." "       '   "'��� "��    " "   "���   ���'   "."T.."   "  ARCHITEGSS; ���        "  JWAltt '85 tG'&R'Kf&^JWli^ 8,Ah-  csrflqciv Mock, Baltor-strecti.Nelsorii . *  JS  An Entire Oat of  ,sS  SK  S  prlngs  From George Gale & Son  ��� ��� # 6 ���  A "Large Shipment of  0:  81  From The G-endron Mnfg. Co.  |^8.&p*g*S*&&'$*-��*^^  I     �� IX    IMI��^:RT:HTX:e,   fe   CO  BtrmlMMngs  Reserme yowr orders for our  great BARGAIN SALE which  miU���commence^on���SA-TUM^  BAT, SEPTEMBER m, or as  sodn as the Bankrupt Stock  which we purchased from  the estate: of Crawford &  McMillan can be removed  frorri Sandon to our store  in this city* These goods  are all new and will be sold  at lower prices tha,n any  previously quoted in Nelson.  mm  Telephone 93.  FOR  ICE  CREAM  AND  FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  rove  Hotel  Beer  Garden  NEAR FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT  3^rE3I,S03Sr  THE v- FINEST   PLEASURE ���: RESORT, IN   KOOTENAY  Gome in and try our Ice Cream Soda and  Refreshing Drinks.  Next Door to  P. ��nriis&eo.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  Special Notice to the People of Kootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as I have in my department a first-class optican. I have a  large selection of gold frames and the  very best of lenses. Call and get your  eyes examined at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  The great sMock-liuying cttiler is Nelson. It, has liltc  jnosl, wholesale houses, largest, stock, liest. opiiorl.iniil.y  fiirpeluclimi of goods and best, .iriees.  We (tell.at. wholesale and nUil.   We have (lie largos!,  sluck in it. (!.  If you want, a good dltunriiHl ringygot.o .Jacob Dover's  If you want, a iii��e jiiano go to Dover's  If you want. Hie latest, in lenders go Io Dover's  If you waul, a sewing machine go to Dover's  If you waul, iv wedding jireKciit. go lo Dover's  If you waul, to Iitiy al. wholesale go lo Dover's  If you wanl. lirst.-cla.NK goods try Jacob' Dover's  Waleli rcjiairing a specially, all work guaranteed.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson.  ZEXDJB KEHsTT  Dining-room and bed rooms of the  Rosebery Hotel, at Rosebery, on Slocan lake.   Apply to    J. T. NAULT.  Rosebery, September 2nd, 1899.  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you will] Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenter's Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWARE  THE BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  NELSON  Go.  KASLO  SANDON  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  WE STILL HAVE A FEW HAMMOCKS LEFT  which we are selling at a snap  ALL KINDS OF CAMPING SUPPLIES  <h"��f ^nff #    V%fl*S  Etfh"   nn     n Syi'crfP t  *l  14 WEST BAKER STREET  Telephone 10.    Postoffice Box K & W  12  RAYS FOR A PINT OF NICE RICH  ANY FLAVOR  M. DcsBrisay d* 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   BISCUIT COMPANY'S SWEET BISCUITS  Baker Street West, Nelson   John A. Irving cfr Co.  Strachan   Bros.  *^I_-C7*ft?i;33E_sa, ;ETC.  OPBEA HOUSE BLOCK  ,,..-.*��

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