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 A BUNCH CF REFORM BYLAWS  Meet With Disaster.  Alderman Beer's bunch of reform bylaws were given a black oyo at; tho meeting of tho city council last evening.  While in committee the Sunday closing  bylaw was given the six-months' hoist,  the house numbering bylaw was laid over  until some idea could be secured as to the  cost of carrying it out, and the others  after being reported complete from committee were knocked out on the ground  of irregularity in that they were introduced at a special meeting of the council  instead of a regular meeting. The fight  upon the bylaws began with the motion  that the council should go'into committee upon them. Alderman Beer  moved that alderman Fletcher take the  chair, and the chairman of tho public  works committee moved in amendment  that alderman McKillop take the chair.  The amendment was lost and alderman  Fletcher took the chair.  The first .by-law considered was, No.  HO, the object of which was the levying  of a head tax of $2 upon every male  resident between the ages of 21. and 50  years, said tax to be payable on September 15th.  Alderman Hillyer entered an objection  at once. He held that the by-law should  be so framed that -all whose homes appeared upon the assessment roll should  be exempt. The property owners were  being" taxed to their utmost ability  to pay.  Alderman Fletcher added that it was  absurd to pass a by-law making a tax  payable before the by-law imposing the  tax could be passed. The by-law was  being considered in committee on the  11th instant aiid it was proposed to  make the tax payable on the 1.5th.  Alderman Beer spoke in favor of the  tax and said that it was proposed to collect it from every one who was liable for  it. The council was voting money freely  for the citizens and he thought that they  should pay their taxes ' cheerfully. He  added that in the estimates made of tlio  revenue for the year it was always understood that the head tax would 1. o  collected,  The tax; bylaw was reported complete,  alderman Hillyer voting in the negative.  The next bylaw was No. 50, to prevent  the sale of anything on Sunday save milk',''  drugs, medicines and tobaccos. When it  was taken up alderman Beer moved that  it be taken up clause by clause. This  was supported by aldermen McKillop  and Kirkpatrick, but was opposed by tho  mayor and aldermen Hillyer and Fletcher and'was therefore resolved in the  negative.       ' , '  The late of this motion made Alderman Boer rather hot and he ini'modiatoly  commenced to explain. r He "thought that  some of the objections, to tlie by-law  "would bo overcome if tho opinion of tho  city solicitor were hail as lo whether the  by-law prohibited the sale of meals and  lunches.  Alderman Fletcher replied that tlie  opinion of the city solicitor could be  taken in council. He was in the chair to  deal with motions and not opinions. If  there were no other motions the committee would ttike up the next by-law.  Alderman Beer then got in a little  speech. He said that since the last meeting of the council he had been severely  criticized, and tho statement was made  that he was opposed to a wide-open  town. This was not true, as he was in  favor of a wide-open town for six days  in the week, but if a wide-open town  meant gambling on .Sundayand the keeping of disorderly houses he would be  content to be known as a narrow-gauge  man.  Alderman Hillyer retorted that alderman Beer  was  casting  reflection.,   upon  Hc~cleniecl~tha b  dis-  TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY,  have his hair cut and  could  not got the  service.  Alderman Beer retorted that the chairman would be more in order if he would  put the motion, to which alderman  Fletcher replied that he had been voted  into the chair against his wish and that  he proposed to talk as inucli as he liked.  The motion was then-put and carried,  reporting the by-law complete, alderman  Hillyer and Fletcher voting in the negative.  Tho house-numbering by-law came  next. When alderman Beer moved that  it be reported, alderman Hillyer objected.  He said the money could be spent to  bettor advantage on sidewalks or sewers.  The mayor again went over to the opposition, saying that he would oppose it  upon tho ground of expense.  Alderman Fletcher said that the numbers alone would cost $25(),and he thought  it unwise to incur it with a deficit staring the council in the face.  After some further discussion alderman  McKillop expressed the opinion that he  would also oppose the bylaw on account  of the expense.. The bylaw was then laid  over until the expense of putting it in  force could be ascertained..  This finished the bylaws, but before  the committee rose alderman Beer made  another effort, to got tho Sunday bylaw  through. He moved that it be reported  complete as amended by the city solicitor  bo permit the sale of meals and lunches.  The six months' hoist was atronce moved  by alderman Hillyer, seconded by the  mayor. The division was taken and alderman Hillyer counted the bylaw out.  The committee then rose and reported the  road tax and the barbers bylaws complete. '  When the committee got back into  council alderman Beer moved the third  reading of the road-tax by-law, but  alderman Hillyer had another objection.  He contended that the by-laws, were'  irregularly before the council, in that  they we're' introduced at a special meeting without notice. The city solicitor  said that tho by-laws should have been  introduced at a regular meeting. This  threw thorn out, and alderman Hillyer  moved- that .by-laws Nna. 49, 52 and 5y  bo read a first time ab tlie next meeting  of the council.      _  , -  ���the police commissioners"  there was any Sunday gambling oi  order in Nelson. Alderman Fletcher expressed the opinion that alderman Beer  was only stating one side of the question.  It would be better in his opinion to leave  the question of Sunday closing to the  good, judgment of tlie people of Nelson.  Practically all the stores were closed on  Sunday. Tho fruit dealers were the only  merchants who remained open and the  necessities of tlieir business required them  to dispose of tlieir fruit as speedily as  possible. He considered the bylaw naf-  l'ow minded and grandmotherly. If  alderman Beer, who was tlie father of the  bylaw, was honest in his attempt at Sunday closing* lie would strike at the root of  tlie matter and close the saloons and  tobacco stores as we'll. Since he had decided to play to the gallery in the matter  he should play to the whole gallery.  The city solicitor about this time tendered an opinion that the bylaw had  better be amended if it was . desired to  permit the sale of meals and lunches.  This prompted alderman Beer to move  that the city solicitor draft an amendment but the motion was not entertained  and on motion of the mayor the committee took up the next bylaw. This was  No. 52 aud provided for the closing of the  barbei' shops on Sunday.  Alderman Beer moved that it be reported complete, but alderman Hillyer  moved in amendment that it be given  the six months' hoist and was supported  by alderman Fletcher. The amendment  was then put and lost.  Before putting the original motion alderman Fletcher asked if it would not be  better to have a time stated for the coming into effect of the bylaw. It might be.  inconvenient if the thing was sprung on  tlio barbers and alderman Beer desired to  The Routine Business.  ��� The council decided to dismiss the present poundkeepor, and the 'mayor was  authorized to get a how' man.  The application for a sewer on Victoria  street east of .Josephine was referred to  tho public works committee with power  to act. The same disposition was made  of the petition for the grading of west  Baker streot.  The complaint of J. Bannorman and F.  B. Lys" concerning the blasting of rock  near their residences was'-refer. red to the  chief of police.  Tho communications of J. J. Driseoll, A.  Pfciffer and D. 0. Lewis were referred to  the city engineer, and that of George  Ritchie -went to the public works committee.  The tender of J. A. McLaughlin for the  erection of electric light poles at $3.50  wras accepted.   Brave Men Lost Their Lives.  Cincinnati, September 11.���Two members of the fire department were killed  by-gases- i u-a-vau 1 t-today;���Moi 1 roe-Den t,_  aged four, fell iiito the vault in the rear  of his father's house on Clinton street  and the lire department was appealed to  for aid. Thomas Bland and Harry Heiu-  sheimer responded, and with a ladder descended into the vault. They were suffocated by the gases. Tlie bodies were  all recovered,.  Suicided at Asheroft.  AsnoiuiK'r, September ,11.���Last night,  AVliilo gliifef'ing from a tit of insanity,  Joseph Brenner Committed suicide by  throwing himself in front- of an east-  bound freight train at this place. From  papers found on his body it is believed  that lie was engaged in mining in Ome-  niea, but was more recently from Vancouver.  _^  A General of Ability.  General Walker, who succeeds general  Butler in command of the British forces  in South Africa, is a shy, reserved man,  He is a tall, handsome officer of the Kitchener build, his face distinguished by  the same heavy sweeping jaw and look of  power. His military ability is thoroughly appreciated at the war office.  Pronounce it a Miscarriage of Justice.  New York. September 1,1.���At a meeting today of the Methodist Preachers Association of New York, resolutions were  unanimously passed deploring "the shameful miscarriage of justice in the recent  condemnation of captain Dreyfus."  Paul is a Good Guesser.  Just now Paul Johnson: is the biggest  man in Greenwood. He is telling the  people of that -town that the biggest  mines iu the country are right around  Gi eenwood aud that Greenwood will be  another Butte. \ .-'  MISLEADING REPORTS SENT OUT  Regarding the Columbia Hotel Fire.  Tho following report of the preliminary examination of the parties accused of  sotting fire to the Columbia hotel has  been sent The Tribune by the Grand  Forks Board of Trade :  Grand Forks, September 10.���Charles  Mullen was today committed for trial on  a charge of arson in connection  with bhe  destruction  of the Hotel Columbia last  July.    W. A. Macdonald, Q.C., of Nelson,  appeared with Messrs. Miller and  Morrison for the defense.    Mr. McLeod of Midway  acted as crown   prosecutor.      Tho  defense claim that the  sensational  disclosures promised by the crown  did  not  materialize.    Royce was called for cross-  examination,   John    Watson,   late  bartender at the Yale, for cross-examination,  aud Robert Cameron  for  cross-examination and the examination in  chief.    The  case for the crown has not yet been completed.     Cameron   swore   that   he  had  jived in a tent in Grand Forks  with  one  Stubbs.    The  witness, according to  his  testimony, paid Stubbs  $100, but maintained that he never asked Stubbs to do  a "job."    He received $200 from  Mullen,  retaining  one-half for  himself.    Stubbs  w*is in Rosalia, AVashington, at the  time  he (witness) left there recently for Grand  Forks.  Royce, under cross-examination, contradicted many of his previous statements. The matter having been brought  up by the defense, the witness was  severely reprimanded by the court for a  cowai'dly assault upon Walter Miller, a  citizen of Grand Forks, on Thursday  evening. Royce was a prisoner-at-large  at the time. The witness swore Charles  Mullen gave nim $130 the.Friday before  the fire. Then.he-went to Cameron, who  refused to do the job unless the full  amount was paid over; Royce came back  and returned the money to Mullen, but  explained to the latter that the job would  be done that night. Witness added that  lie and Cameron went to Columbia to  look OArer the ground, never intending,  however, to set fire to the hotel. He said  he had'several conversations with Cameron before the lire. This testimony con-  dieted with the evidence of ..Cameron,  wlio declared that the first conversation  he had with Royce about the matter occurred on the way to Columbia. On the  way back Royce showed him ��$250, and  offered him .$150 in return for a .promise  to set the fire.,- The court sbrongly denounced the action of the Columbia press  bureau for sending misleading reports of  the proceedings to the outside press.  RAILWAY  NOTES.  THE WORKING FORGES ARE BEING  Conductor "Ed" Chesley will leave  Nelson tomorrow to take bhe passenger  run on the Robson-Penbicton branch. His  run will be from Robson to the end of the  line. A. P. Fawcefct will succeed Chesley  as passenger conductor on tho Columbia  & Kootenay branch.  As an evidence of the growth of Nelson's distributing business, it may be  stated that for the portion of the  present year the Canadian Pacific  Raihvay Company has handled more than  double the tonnage of outgoing freight  than was handled during the whole of  1S98.   ArFrMcCully7 who for some time was  train despatcher in the Canadian Pacific  office iu this city, returned from the east  on Suuday evening accompanied by his  bride. He will leave for Nakusp in a day  or two, where he will enter upon his  duties of agent on the Naknsp & Slocan,  in tlie place of J, S. Laurence, wlio has  been appointed trainmaster on the Rob-  Son-Penticton branchi  Gradually Increased in the Slocan.  New Denver, September 11.���Develop-  ment at the Mollie Hughes  is proceeding  in mi energetic manner, and tho  best results are being obtained.    So much so  is  this  the  case  that  tho  town can count  upon another strong point  in bringing it  forward to future greatness.   It is simply  marvelous tho number of prominent  developments  around  New  Denver in tho  past  month, and  tho Mollie Hughes  can  safely be counted as one of the foremost.  Last week  the owners  commenced work  with a  small force, determined to thoroughly test   the   property.    T.   Avison  assumed  charge  and   he   decided   upon  opening    up    the    rich   ledge   running  through the Mollie Hughes claim.    Going  up the hill some distance above the railroad track aud beyond the openings made  by.; the   Northwesb    Mining    Syndicate  when they had the group under  bond, a  cut was cleared out exposing likely ore in  the breast.     Then starting in just below  this, a tunnel was commenced, and a day  or so ago the  vein  was  caught with the  most gratifying success.    Fourteen inches  of ore are  now  showing in  the breast,  of which considerable is being taken out  and piled up on the dump ready for shipment.   It is of the usual character found  on the  claim,  carrying  gold, copper,and  galena, with heavy scales of native silver.  The ore is of very high grade and needs  .rib sorting.    Specimens  brought over to  town have  never  been  excelled in richness  here,   nor   yet   in  general beauty.  From present indications the  ore chute  will prove continuous and in place, and  it is believed  this  vein  is the iiiaih ore  carrying fracture  on  the groirp, tho igh  there are numerous others showing shipping mineral.    The success of the owners  so early in   their  labors  is stimulating  them to  greater  efforts, and  they will  work and ship their own mineral, to tlie  increasing wealth of themselves and the  general well-being of the town.  Hermann Clever is making a mine of  the Lost Tiger group, upon which such a  fine strike was made some weeks ago. He  has four men working and, in addition to  a number of open cuts along,the lead, ho  has two tunnels driven, one iu 60 feet and  the other 70, feet." The top working lias  a fine showing of clean ore and concentrates, but is evidently cutting the apex  -of the chute. The lower drift is expected  to tap the ore in 125' feet, when big  things may be looked for. Mr. Clover is  convinced lie has. the Alpha lead and that  it runs through the group. Prospecting  the ground is difficult, the wash being ten  to twenty feet deep. He has had numerous opportunities to sell the group, but  he will postpone all overtures till tho  lower drift gets to the ore body. This  property is a direct benefit to the town  in many ways.  Messrs. King and Clarke, who are operating from hero, have just inspected a  likely prospect near Sandon, with a view  to bonding.  Eight men are working under contract  at the Sovereign.  Twenty tons of ore were shipped from  the Rambler-Cariboo last week, and  steady .shipments will follow. There are  twenty-five men Avorking and this force  will be gradually increased.  The five-drill comT)ros.sor_plant_for_tlie  to his own. The other men pooled their  interests with the Lawrence Hardware  Company and Columbia was given the  advantage of a slaughter sale in hardware. On tho first day the sales  amounted to more than $100, .and eventually a local dealer named W. W. Astell  purchased the stock outright in self protection. The fourth mortgage holder  was the only ono that was hurt.  Has Faith in the North Country.  Captain Troup combined pleasure with  business  on  his   recent  trip  to Alaska.  He went as far as Bennett, the terminus  of the White Pass & Yukon railway, and  had he had ten days more time, he would  have made the trip through to Dawson.  The railway to Bennett  is  a good piece  of ���mountain    wrork,   there   being   few  bridges    in    the    entire   forty    niiles.  With    short    tramway   portages,   both  Dawson  and  Atlin   can  be  reached by  taking steamboats  at Bennett.    Captain  Troup is of opinion that the North country will be a good one for many years to  conie.    At the famous" Tread well mine,  opposite Juneau,  there is  one mill with  ;320 stamps dropping continuously on ore  that averages   about   $3  per  ton.    The  yield from the Atlin  placers will not be  as  large  this  year  as  was  at first expected.    This is not because the diggings  are not good, but  because  work was delayed owing to the many tangles that had  to be straightened  out by  the government.    The weather during the trip was  all that could be..desired���no' rain, no fog,  lio smoke.  Great Work of an Inventor.  Probably no man has placed the-great  mining world under greater obligations  to the inventive genius of man than'the  late Lilan C. Bullock, the inventor of the  famous diamond drill. Nearly thirty years  ago he established the superiority of his invention when he bored a hole over 750 feet  deep at Pottsvillo, Pennsylvania. Since  then the drills of the M. C.BullOck Manufacturing Company have gone to nearly  every civilized country on the face of the  globe and have ever succeeded in satisfactorily performing the work they were  guaranteed to do.- Mr. Bullock took out^  nearly one hundred patents, covering his  inventions' of various kinds, including  diamond drills, mining machinery ' of _ all  kinds, steam engines, electrical machinery  aud rock "drills.   '    "'  A Tracing Company That is Ambitious.'  Tlie new owners of tho 150-mile House  are, through their manager, alderman  Thomson of Nelson, inspecting the Little  Lake ranch- aiid . the Vieth & Borland  property in Quosnelle Porks, for "some  years managed by Henry Vieth, with a  view of adding these properties- to their  holdings. There seems -good reason to  think that the deal will be completed.  Taken altogether' the properties of the  Cariboo Trading Company will cover'  a Avido range, and a very large business  will be done by the company. Yes, and  the company's manager had better hurry  back to Nelson and help straighten out  the tangle his fellow aldermen have gob  the city into.  WINDERMERE   NEWS   NOTES.  F. M. Chad-bourn, representing tlie Hall  Mines smelter of Nelson, has bonded the  Black Prince from C. Toyer and has given  him a contract for driving a tunnel.  Hotel "Winder-more arrivals are.* 0. D.  McKen/.ie, fvaslo; Ben Able, Dutch Creek;  Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Gallop, Kaslo; H. Robinson, Chicago; H, E. Hammond, Toronto;  F. M. Chadbourn. Nelson'; M. Legget,  Rossland ; J. A. Bangs, Golden.  It is understood tliat the Delphine  mine has been taken by Mr. Hammond  for a Toronto company. The purchase  price is not kiiowii, but it is in five figures. Ore will be shipped and the mine  operated.  Considerable development is being done  on the Morning Glory, on Copper creek,  which is probably one of the richest copper properties in the Windermere district. ___^   Prize Fights  May Take Place in Colorado.  Denver, September 11.���.ludge Johnson, in the district court today, delivered  an opinion declaring the prize fight law  unconstitutional and void, and dissolved  the injunction which had been granted  on application of the Colorado Athletic  Association restraining the police department from interfering with sparring contests giveu under tliat club's management. :'���"-.'.  Ivanhoe is being put into place.  The concentrator machinery for the  Ruth has arrived and will bo installed  without delay.  Operations on the new long tunnel at  the Queen Bess were commenced on  Saturday last.  Preparations are being made at the  Vulture group to conmience the shipment of ore.  At the; Dardanelles tlie levels -are being  put into shape as quickly as* tile water is  pumped out, and general mining operations' will follow at once.  BoW a Lumber Combine Works.  Or<j(invroixt M iitor.  It having been reported oil tlie streot  that the lumber combine recently formed  here, known as the Yale Lumber Company, had been broken, the Miner yesterday enquired at the head ollice and found  that the rumor was incorrect so far as  the gentlemen in charge had any knowledge. It was also freely stated  on tlie street that the price of  lumber had been again advanced,  and a good deal of indignation was expressed as a consequence. Enquiry was  also made as to that, and tile following  quotations were furnished : Rough lumber, $18 ;.. shiplap, $22 ; rustic, $25 ; six-  inch flooring, $27; four-inch'flooring, $30.  The bookkeeper said that no recent advance had been made.  Pooled Their Interests and Came Out Even.  James Lawrence returned on Saturday  evening after a three-weeks' stay in  Columbia, where he was kept busy -  straightening out the affairs of L. D. Osborne, a local hardware merchant. Mr.  Lawrence found when he arrived at Columbia that there were three other mortgages upon the Osborne stock in addition  Billy Will Be Missed.  Toronto TdcijTtuii.  No young Canadian in public life is  better fitted than W. W. B. Melnnes,  M. P., to travel to distinction���on his-own-  morits. It is his misfortune that enemies  are able to suggest that his advancement  is the work of his father, the lieutenant-  governor and not the result of his own  talent. There is no member of the  British Columbia delegation to the  dominion parliament who approaches  W. W. Bi Melnnes in ntoilitj'. and it is not  well for the Liberal party or for tlie  leadership of sir Wilfrid Laurier that  such;iiii itrdeht, able and fearless partisan  should be forced to turn away in. disgust  from tlie govei'irmeiit he was elected to  support.         =   Sensible Mr. Tregear.  Ilosslaiul Humml.  " I resigned my position with the British America, Corporation," ..aid Nick Tregear last night, "because I wanted to  change; I am going to remain, in British  Columbia, and probably shall not leave  Rossland. Tlie statement that I might  possibly-go to Spain is wrong. 1 won't  go anywhere where the people don't  speak English. I prefer at all times to  have my dealings with English-speaking  men, and prefer them to all others as  workers in mines. 1 an; not just yet  prepared to say what I; am going to do,  but I am going to stay here."  Congress May Take Action.  Washington, Septeniber 11.���it is believed that when congress assembles there  will he considerable agitation for this  government to abandon its part in the  Paris exposition. It is known that the  expressions hostile to the exposition  quoted from senator Stewart are very  widely sympathized with, and it is  thought tliat if the conviction of Dreyfus  is allowed to stand there will bo very  little friendly feeling for France among  the -members of either the houso or the  THE CROSS 0FJ*ATHER DE SMUT  Discovered After Many Searches.  Windemeri". September 9.���The crosa  placed by Father de Sniet on Sinclair  Pass, in 1854, has been the subject of  more than one prospector's dream of  wealth. The reverend father, after his  return to France in the following year,  published a book on his travels in North?  west America, a copy of which is yet to  be seen at St. Mary's Mission, in East  Kootenay. In the volume he tells of  finding a ledge of rich mineral and of  placing a cross to mark the find for some  fortunate prospector in some distant  time, as he prophesied that some day  this would be a great mining country.  Numerous  expeditions   have searched  for the lost ledge, in the  last few years,  but none have been successful enough to  ever find the cross  until   recently.    Last  month  a  party  of   prospectors,  named  Joe   Lassord,   Dave -Smith   aud   Frank  Marsjean,   went   out,   and   after   three  weeks, amid  snow  and   rain, found  the  remains of the  cross,  which  had  fallen  years  ago  to  decay among the rocks at ;  its  base.    The  continued   fall of   snow  made further prospecting impossible and .  they returned  to Windemere, and  willy.;  return next year with hopes of success.  - Will be Closed to the Public.  Berlin, September  11.���The National  Zeitung  says  it has  been  decided that  hereafter the private apartments" of the  emperor  here and  at  Potsdam  will be v  closed to the public, even in the absence  of their majesties.    The decision to close  the apartments  of emperor William' Of  Germany to the public is probably due to  the fact  that a  witness  testified before  the Dreyfus .court martial  that he had  seen a  paper  (the  Libre  Parole) in em-   .  peror-William's' bedroom at Potsdam, and  that on the paper were certain words in  German meaning "Dreyfus has been ar-;  rested."    The correspondent of the Associated Press at Berlin,   however, Avas as-..-.:'  sured that, this could not be possibly true,  as the emperor did not read newspapers;  except in the form  of marked clippings.  A Fleet Racing Through a Canal.   ���       ;  Saui.t Ste"Marie." September 11.���-All ;  precautions for averting.accidents to the. y  delayed fleet which is crowding through yy  St. Marys river are. being taken. Cap-- y  tai n Davis Of the re ve mi e cutter Morr HI iyyy  has good control Of the situation. /HayA*yy  Lake, which is fourteen miles longj \vas ;  dotted today with  bunches  of  steamers Sy  ������:QX  inartialvsignSd^afoi5iiiii��lr-"!  |ffin_.lhnie)it^  ofctlie army coups*, a*3;:',dS��U-nes^^r^.^jre'si?_ >��-s  ���: q-.v'-�� _  <V^  ^or^iguer^Takin^^  offieiitfe of. tlie-NetMi^la'i'ills^aii.wi^0|Trfe}^?^^'j  pa'ny  have. ''bediH&Ot'iHko^'fco^^  selves- .j 1.1: reivdine^f: to-.-gnai'di;:.tJ|cs -Itneyan.^  tlie event of war.... '^hV.Ital^vn&^iSif^ji^f'il  Transvaal  ha��<3  decided;to"i?eln:oiny ,i.^C?i  -braUshonMJiOSbiifbl^  vaa-t Hollanders here" held- a niee%.W / ?  today and, adopted -resolutions of .^yiii- /y  pathy with the Ti'jinsvaai goverhnxeilt/-T.,  pledging their supports .-���;���-,-  A Bank Robbery Suit.  "IfoiTOXTo, September l,L~-Aw attempt,:  will  be made  hx   tlie  pro\f;isioiiaI   coui't  this afternoon   to have Po ii ton's $50.00 _  civil suit against the DoniSiiion __au)_ for  false ari'osfe and imprisOninent. restored*  to the list.    The uAsa was disin'issgd some"  time ago by Mi'.;fliseiceSt>'eetabCobon.;g  because Pbistwn was not reiidy to go atu  One Result of the Dreyfus Verdict. ���  ^liWA&ri.B'ttxJJfr'stt, September tl.���  W. 1). Stevens* a shipowner awl *oyai  commissioner to tlie Paris Exposition, ha.,  declai'cd that us a result Of the Dreyfus  verdict he will not put liis foot oil French  soil. Many firms now decline to exhibit  at the Paris exposition.  Public Opinion Prepared for Dreyfus' Pardon.  Paris, September 11.���The Journal des  Debsafe says it hopes that after theRennes  verdict the sentiment of humanity will  find scope even in the most desperate  conflicts. "Public opinion," it adds, "is  quite prepared for the eventuality of  Dreyfus' pardon."   Resigned.  Greenwood, September 11.���A. K.  Stuart, collector of inland revenue, 1ms  resigned his position. The office will be  taken by Hugh MeCutcheon, Who is now  stationed at Nakusp.  The Price of the Metals.  New   York,   September    ll.���Copper  quiet;  brokers $18.50,  exchange   $18.50.  Lead   quiet;    brokers   $4.50,   exchange  $4.00@$_.62|.   Bar silver, 59 fa   Mexican  dollars, 47|.   Silver certificates, 59j|c. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1809.  s  ��  to  j^  These new goods just came to us a few days ago,  and they are just what they look: New, stylish, and  the best value ever offered in Nelson. See them. We  will not force you to buy; but handsome goods combined with low prices will do the rest.  MARTIN  O'REILLY & GO.  BANK  OP  B. C.   BUILDING,  NELSON.  t*ei*r"m:s c__-s*__:  M  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  White  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR FALL STOCK AND  SHOW THE BEST $1 SHIRT IN THE CITY.  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign of the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  ��tte ��rtbmm  Daily Edition   Wkkkly Kdition    First Ykak, No. 211  . . Sevkntii Ykak, No. 33  Some yours ago .quite a nsunljci of Anient ihS:,Xsse)it'  into Brit inh Columbia nnd cup igtil m gold minniR.^riujJ*  tlicl ttliis. tliey avci, bociuino I lie ll^s of Jl>i.l Cjjfiiitj5'��i8  seemed to us-sure (liern  pro.eclipn m tho ���w01 _   iljiv|Ci',*;"  'however, tlio piirliiiiuoiit of JJntish f olumbi i ui4%fe<j^'t-  law prohibiting any alien to own   i ininin^U iiiiiirifijllfe  * r   province.    .Under the law those Amciic ins   wfjifoShft^  acquired mining properties 1;; pun Iiim, oi lot Ui<.ij'.,\ve,ij<iii  " - compelled to forfeit I hem.  "Iln.}   lc.fl  (lie counft>^f|tn<^  r      "employed iigcntliiman (o attend to the m ittei of i($$$ffi  ��-    ing tlaiiiaf.es for them.   Thoy have placed (li^d1infu��ej*v  from ?l(J,00O,(.O0 io $_*>,(IOO,IMiO.   /riio^iniiUqiJ'Oii^VjwpW'i  placed before Ihe sliile department, wliichijlha^tailfi^E  -   cognizance of I he miners' claims (o I ho oxlout^p^i|(r��rfSl.'4-  ing their agent with a Idler (o tlus AinQric;it|::ajn��B:Jv%v2:;  dornt London, who is expected to taifl tlic%t^5fjCit5_)_:9|."  '     the HritislLgnvci'iimeiit lo ill   If Ihe n'iiMOrs*iiftiolajJ)_.j^t��_  satisfaction in direct  negotiations. I heir repyo^etfUitivt!,5  wilj endeavor lo have the stale department lo _.(ji_e.HpsS  *  nnd press' I he claims of Ihe miners .before' l.ho\I3i;j ti|by  government. '   "     ,    -'  * $J?':,ff.?';'���  The above ' is  taken  from -thersBtlttfe;  Mining World, and goes to sho^ibSv^lite  - q'���^^D'0-'.D'.%��� ��� ��� ���������'��� ���;  tie  tlio Americans know  of tb^iSy|{Sf  their   nearest   neighbors.     'Th^^tu'ltlg:  laws of British Columbia are lnoStfliS^f^l;;-  Under  them  an American  is  plaee^f |?W  precisely the same footing as a QafiSSian,;  .    Either can  locate " mineral " elaliln^tSlji^.'  ���   Jiold them ou the same, terms.    No'^liliif  cannofc be done in the United Sta-tps.���/..IJ'fe*.  ������fore a���Canaclian--can-locate-a-,<mfiierklfr  claim in the United States, he must first  make a declaration that lie intends to he-  come a citizen of the United States. In  seyeral^ states  a.,Cauadiair.can^ojb fey���enOJ  ^I'imSlf  "ip*_e;%''fcp'.;s(.^tj^iBr^%'iii  '^oitiit^jdiSl  m   .._'00&  $)f'--M��$iff;y&6Mxi��$i\��  ���      ..    .t��:e    �����    M ....... i ������,��� ���fyyi$.  J&aflgbarlw. ;fpr  First-class builpi-hg material  ���   . -a  i]T_n. u-      .-.' '^ -..jtr -    E-- :Jc_       . n      .     .[-.-���- -.i-rti���D:l -*���! r. - .-*-"^:j_ "       D.   ,; m        ���- -,*'-���".������ _._a ff'.L.f-u u'JP  '���%:J---<ip ���*.. nBDani,B-n. .;Ds'. % - **a-n  -j1- ".-.. "������ no-r,.s. ���������wlshn nDq��  ".-..- �����-; ���.Dytir-..."r-E  ^^fe^l^s^i^^  _^'-|fi_'iia^  ���B4:'"'sV.i..%;���:-^y:-;::S;fc"_..i��'...��>f ���;������_?* "&f^1>A;.i��='^.i-Ji.',-''.'/.V;.f'��s_��f'  g|3gr^],J.e|^of;^iJ^e^  :|j|j|i^fi. |yo��:. ^^S^|i;eei^*ftjqii}_v. Wi^|iii^i|��,'  lii^f^ife 0i&.. pxi cm^x^.:::/il^y^BS-rpM0^  '^iie0x^0^6.;^^iMi%^. I\li4?^p;iwjdjli4!  '^Jjo":^tliiV^Ul.s.*6vJ<^.',:i\^ -i^eSiiii  tolo" -.ei|ocfy aj$�� .^j|l^: .'��� ffii'^e-fda. irhs iof  ^thisin liad! ist^i^y^ijlaeel''':: claims. JSo.  ;||ii^]o: _Oije. pf tlyjitt . who liad coni^iied:  ;#i;itji. Mx& i?i:Ovfeious of tho iPhteer MiSini^;  ;A^t-I);as;sincboee>i;reqi^      to forfejife ay  |feoi_^iiiSM_i_L_ayk^  |W(jveinenibSi ^hese are .facts, But the  tfouble is, that the people and press of  .the United' Stiites cannot iinderstand  there sshould be any gold found on  working in the metalliferous mines of  British Columbia, and the number would  be increased by about 1000 were J. Roderick Robertson of Nelson and George  Alexander of Kaslo removed to another  sphere of usefulness.  Thk in-esident and the secretary of the  Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  British Columbia have taken it upon  themselves to address a memorial to the  minister of mines upon the eight-hour  question. As individuals, they have a  right to their opinions on that or any  other question; but tliey have no right,  either delegated or otherwise, to address  anybody on that question as the heads  of the federated boards of trade of  Ka.stern British Columbia. In their unauthorized memorial they make statements that are not in accordance with  facts. They say that the working of the  eight-hour law has clearly demonstrated  that the mine-owners will not be able  to bear the increased burden, and a  reduction of wages must follow. These  two gentlemen may h.ave inside information as to the intentions of some ofthe  mine owners at Rossland, but it is doubtful if they have accurate data from all  the metalliferous mines in Kootenay and  Yale as to the difference in cost of working under the changed conditions! One  of the largest employers of skilled miners  at Rossland made the change from the,  ten-hour shift to the eight-hour shift  several months before the eight-hour law  was passed. The change was made voluntarily, and not on the demand of labor  agitators. There Avas not even a hint of  a reduction of wages when the change  was made. There is just a possibility  that the president and secretary of the  associated boards of trade have put their  foot in it by signing a memorial that  they m ere not authorized to sign in the  lirst place, and which is not a statement  of fact in the second place.      -  Why do not the business men of the  country bring pressure to bear on the  two men who are responsible for the noh-  .workiiig of the shipping mines of tho  Slocan. A strongly worded resolution  passed by the boards of trade at -Ross-,  land,���.;��� Nolson,:yKaslOj-"and ^foyiey niighjt  'h'ayewgbod.ofteCt.V;.. -iSiy^;---�� ":-A ���=���*--��������� &^ ���"���;-'-!"  'S3eaJvg:yol;d|tan;dy^e.;;s.^^  ,atsr4i.iamo^'d;4thes:.;���6ii'eei^  Jnv$gx%xixg$, sj-fco g&h'.^Q&iM^  ....... -���������*&  &^tgj.e?.&-czi-&-(Zl  W  <5>i(^>A.  &-  e<-���^ FZ:fZ;&;f3;fZifZieZieZif2��fZi&&i&;fZ;FZ  &&^.&&&^  ������^���<gg  Latest  Novelties in  Veilings  W  iti  tti  \li  \6  ,1/  U.  ��!/  \tt  Hi  i-  ib  Irvine  fee ete e&eee* eee-s.-**  Agents  Buttericks  Patterns  3.*_33*93.*3:*��  FALL. AND  WINTER  nin  and Wednesday, Sept 12th and 13th  m  i&)  We take this opportuuity of inviting all the ladies of I  Nelson to attend our Fall and Winter Millinery "Opening-of *  Paris and American Pattern Hats and Millinery Novelties |  which we will display in our show-rooms on the above dates.    , jj  Latest styles Ladies1 Mantle Fall Dress Skirts.  Cashmere, Sill^ and Flann  B  Creek district.  0: '-?;i!_t|5V�� #^  &$]$��.;; ���'^'ot'Ii'.^eJte^iiV.^^ -ar'|;  Jevidlsnfees. tM��>r]:'r.^^^d^  i-s ^^o^iipij.yTOhOjiBhO^  ioxp iJiJeS^*i_t*fci'_fri^��$Ji0;->^^  'Jdtj0'_? -ai^u'b'ntfif y'f tS^\vjvgc?S;r^oii&r-^ii- .^"tlicj-  .:^^^^kj^^tS> o liiiJ j^. ,fp;r. ;:-f>li^\yti:^&l_bm:g^:'H<3 is.,;?  . ..-n.-1H,..D     . -o     ���  ... .- u. r- u n   . ,>.\-.q,Ll-';-^-:?_^,-".>J']_ i,,..^0.a c��-v.-oii.-.^fl^^".-r���&���.��.^��:;:.,,< ->_'?������?���.4,-~fl. jt&_  .^TKertn'pWfcteillii-lteaiiBd call early;and:exatoliie*thla.pitocli."  ^M.-^-^^ y?^;^��k.fe:j'y.-^y ^yy-^::"^?^��iyi' w--r'��S.M'"  ^.^^^'il^P^Strccls."))oi^^r.3^epi���S6y"_ud^  F^W^rtXsirpoi:S\^i-.fih^^  "^lJ^ypi'l^e:.!^  Wb Wftfcp a Bp<KjlAl|,y of  Sl|iplap aqd Double Dressed Material  ISfioi Dry Rustic and Flooring  Shingles aqd Lath Kept in Steele  OJHoe and yard near C.P.R. depot  S3, G. BKEXt, Agent  ptlier than Unitdd States territory.  A SpOkaiie paiiei; says : "The number  '*��' of liihiiars emx>lf>ycd in the Boundary  " coniiti^y today reaches alboufc 8290. _:he  " fijjiires, of course, areoiily lippro^iuiate,  " ThisSniitil ai'Miy of toilors is earning hi  Vi wages inohtihly an ainoitnt exceeding  " f-i.lO^GOO."  There are ifebont 3200 nijliOrs  That room of yours needs  - 'freshening up" for the win-  Mr months:  You  can give us the size (length,  breadth^ and height of ceiling)  of the room, or rooms,  ;^^yM|_^_BJ^sy _^^?i|fl'.5|.��^lSl;^pl;':  ttlfei r?shopsi<eloiM^^ <^;  ���.|Sd'SOf5^Uy|l:^^1i]i^  Sng^rt; ��� SVi|L ��iloy\Veri: y ''^l|su^:^^gM|vl|ojrili!  .?nije1'_.J^"^^le^;.^  pi^ifr'A^ ^���-i-y.^;-' ;  :_.w'^lB,y:.^p^iife ^ip-'^'^P  :'?'$6i\.:^$,l ^ittgv^ppti>x\---ik[ ^^o>^i��ff M  ,:.fe.i��atee:vthy,t ft i& estsy to kjtll :JO0iMartiK  and hard to make liiih stay dead."  Im  ylpiillliiiili  Tiiis^oijpositioa coiiventiOU; that; #as "to.  haive met at Karaloops hasdied a-borniuif*.  .. XdrRC tliniilioi'.qf. ehofee' 'liuiliiiiig :Iote;t.ajlijaeeivli^o;;!;!!^ '  ;liu&.0(:i!i&iryh3iii!'U:i^  it.'oULeio'llfeb.ffil'.lift^aiiijiaiv^  -."J.OsUj)Uiifo:uii'(V'^^:nbii^Ll'6*ct$ii-"_ .'.'-   ';;,"������ \ .������".':.y.i ���''���������'"   '������'���'���������;  ������'���";���"'���'; ; '"'^ ;"' y^;'';' "'^'O.JJi.^C^  :lwis#^j'iKtyi^  "������^1Pt^ifecot(^e.iwitoftl'lifc .^W^iofiti^S'Wrilcy^  ^yi-s^^-*fe''.^'''*'';-'"i':';i'' ���'���"������^������'4 i.v^syiiv.-. .:Vj!';y;.._'  ^(S-i^^Mi^^iiyiiliii^iiv.^^  !3i>oo.,;  Real-mt&po". aiftS 'G^ni_'arAg6.i%_^fci^.si^  flKE, lilBlEi AiDqiDBNTy^5Nfi SiOENES3  i*^^*|x^^"^e^Ei'  $0 LK'f���Seyoral houses "ot���'-'ifTpren^'bMb,  yOR SALE���Real; ostato iii allypftrts of the city.  11713 Harp Street, Vancouver, B. C*  If yoii wniit a Klylish perfect fItttftg1 suit, rriivdo of tho'  best cloth over iiiipoiled to Nclaoni loavp your order  "with liie, . . ��� ���  ��� Six. hmidrCtl ddlliift wprth of mw, koo'IS now 'wiaif-  ingjpoiiHii8l)0ctidii. 'I.'g'iiariiiil^-^.t^fabfilbfroii'rita'.Balp.  ANNGiJNGEIVi  Having leaBcd the businewf of tho Nelson Soda Water  ' e trade with all kiiidt  i'aiiiily orders solid-  Factory, lam propiircdtosiipply the trade with all kinds  of pirboualicd und aerated waters.  " '  tod.  Prompt delivery.  Factory on  Hoover HtroeU,  M. M, CUMMINS  will do the rest.   In price,  beauty of design and quality.  Oar Wall Paper  bargains will surprise you.  Canada Drag and Book Co.,  X.I*l*wriT��3X>  Corner of Bakor and Stauloy Streets, Nolson ]  B NCOR POtFfftTEDISfO,  We have just opened lx>P a  consignyieni of Cigars consisting ofthe following stand-  a/rd brands:  Bock Superfinos  Bock Conchas  Book Puritanos  Henry Clay Conchas Extras  Henry Clay Puritanos  Upmann Conchas  Triumfo Conchas ....  La Lola Conchas  We also carry a full line  of Domestic Cigars at prices  to suit all trade.  SUITS $25  ���NplROii'B iip-tOHdatcj Tailor, noxt Kootenay G'oifoe Go-  ��.iiiy  ilbardiiig and day School for girls will xc-open oii tho  15lhday of Ai'BUSt.   yueaneiGSfoi'���'bpanlora.'   Parterljis  and _ roKpeetiiH liiiply to  MAi>"  Kja0ISJ't.i.]e; KKRN, Principal  Audi want to bo in ib. I llavo jnst received  Kail San iplesl of Suiting^: and Over-'  coatings representing a $50,000 alock tb  chobso from made to your order at p-iccs  never before hoard of in Nelson, All tho.iatest  fads in Fancy Vestings for Fill and winter.  H. B. Aslieroft  BLACKSiVIITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  ^ulbs  fo* iF'ali Planting  31,0001'to'Dartd TIiilb>i toiirrivoinScrtbinbor; 5000 Japan  Jiilic'ti tu ari'ivcin Oetohor; liTOoItliodbiU'iiUron.-), Azaleits,  AlagiioTian, lto��es. tito. (.o ul^rivo iii Octolior, Tlioi'iHa.ii'U_  bf ItbScH, Oari��olias,: Frliit/aiid Ornamenliil I'rcos, Shrnhs,  eloi, growing on iliy oWli grbiinds for tlio fall trade.  Catalogue free.  ilMSTOlVl^-Bi;(i_i<pR^  AyaTiONEER��  MMi estm mwm& a ��fs  B^kef Slrrreefj, Nelson,,  FIRST DOOR WKST UANit B. 0. BUiUOlNGi  NoMee lo iveste and  Wc  wisluiig  giVo  M. J. jHewpy  VaMcouvei', B. <&  Wa  We��t Baker Street.     Telephone 13.  agon repairing, promptly attonded to by a flrst-class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of.ropairiiigrand  ciiHtom work from outaido points.  Sfiop:   H-H Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  >  ���'.. .' ���  Tlao undorfiignod has a lan?o quantity of fir, cedar, and  tamarac slabs, in lG-inch and 4-fbot lengths, suitable for  stove 'Wood, wliich will be sold for $l a load at the niill  yard,  ���   .     NlSLiSOK SAW & PLAN"(Ne MILLS, Hniited.  Nelson, August 19ljh, 1899.  HAIR G0OBS AP HAIB; OBIAMENf S  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. W.KEARNIGYhas opened a Ladies HairPreSs-  ing Pirior in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is pro-  pared lb furnish' everything in the way of hair goods  and hair.tonics.  Treatment of tho scalp a specialty.  STYLISH   PBESSMAKING-  COSTUMES FOR ALL OCCASIONS  FURNISHKD ON SHORT NOTICE.  Josephine Street,'  NKLSON  the  vei-y B>:s't' Tkijsis to ttep  (so bori'ow nioiioy on iiiiproved i-eul  ���o&Ufce.  'flic only CGitipMny iii tlieprovihce that gives  you tlie privilege of puiyhig oil' yeur whole:  Loan at Anv TiMK wifciioub a Bonus on givf  ing a 60 day notice of your intention was so.  GAMBLE &0*fkmiL��jY-, A&t&  13ritish Columbia Perinaneiit Savings & Loan Company,  Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  Mrs. E. MoLaugljiin  (Ex-Sherill* of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced ou consignment's of merchandise.  Postofllce Box 572 Nelson. B. C.  $550 will purchase a choico rosidenoe corner, 100 by 120  feet.  S2100. will purchase a central lot and residence;  .400 will jpurehase  two nice, lots and shanty, Robson  struct. Hume 'addition.  $3000- will purchase four nice lots and residence.  10,000 I'ooled Fairmont i cents.  Mackedck (Ymir) sharoa 20 cents.  5000 Utica at 1J cents.  ALEX STEWART   Turner & Bocckh block, Nolson, B. C,  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter nilles of Nelson.  For farther  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,   Nelson,   B.   O.  M  ���������. >:+sras*,jSSTS^,��'v;js^  _tiUWSTni^^'ito_Att*iiitfc.-'je--^ THE TRIBUTE: NELSON. B. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1809.  Bank of]  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATITOONA AN1>   MT   ROYAL, IVesident  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vicc-Prosidont  K   9. CLOUSTON Ooncral Manager  THE BANK OF  NELSON  ���jsrEXiSO-isr ���B-R-A.-isroia:  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanloy Streets.     nRANcnrKB in     liQNDON  (Hnprl and),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling lCxchango and Cahlo Transfers  GHANT COMMKRCIAI, ANH THAVRr.T.KKH' CUKIMTS,  availahlo in any part of tho world.  -DRAFTS ISSUED    COLMTOTTONS MADK, ETC.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl<,aguay, U. S., Ath'n, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^ofi District.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURltKNT RATK OK INTKHKST PAID  '  :...    WOES   OF   A   HUMORIST.  The chronic professional humorist was  sulTering tho tortures of the eternally  lost. One after another the wretched  sinners had stood up there in the gospel  tent and told of their .delinquencies.-  These ranged from the" worst kind", of  felonies to the.inost venial misdemeanors.  One man, for instance, revealed how in a  fit of annoyance he had slaughtered a  large and interesting family. Another  reproached himself for having slipped by  a sleepy elevated railroad chopper without dropping his ticket in the box. Jn  the most frank and engaging manner  everyone had- owned up to something or  other. ���-'  And now it was all over, and the  chronic humorist was at home with his  dog, with his thoughts. Then there came  to him suckle! y a flash of righteousness  '���that lighted up and showed him vividly  "and as he never saw before the horror of  the life he had been leading for years.  How to atone for it? The revivalist had  plainly said that confession must precede any "attempt-to reform. And there  in his own chamber, attached; to which  was the conventional dormer window  which no story like this is complete, he  poured out his whole soul, dictating the  soul to his stenographer.  :���:..-���:."Rov years," his coiifession-beganV."for  lyn man over wore a shawl except in one  of my jokes. The whole thing is a fiction for which 1 now atone. As I think  over the pitiful way in which I have eon-  ducted myself the perspiration stands  thick upon my brow, and there is the pain  of remorse in my heart."  A peal of thunder shook the rafters of  the remorseful and chronic humorist's  home. Again the dog howled, for he was  a trained dog that knew the dramatic  possibilities of the situation. A gust or  blast fiercer than any of its predecessors  blew out the lamp, and tho humorist had  to stop confessing for that night, but it  was not because he was through.  4'ii$$;-\'^_i^  r-S^Seuedl- !tfi:��(^��e%r^  ^^vis?6a^bl'������as������cJi'i ii_U.iUl;p!is.b.v ''iPS _i H> #'Qf!J&^0:. V;  * riiygSiiii^doi'ug^:. ^ei-G^yana. n��q$v..,ik:*3\'m~-  ftiMVo-ifli-]^���:���'" '"--:;%?������*'���������''"y-'^-'-yy^'V *.v; ���;''_ "-y "���.-���''-."  |^re_id^%. "&Vdl-^o^ v^i'Mpn- ?lBj^nlSn#ShiS<l, y  [.'^^ufa_S'^ Wftfeji i ^^^^^^Pwii'^S^'i  ^Wi^t-i^meiit'ill'life mal-ice't ylH^?-"l)|eiv'1.iV-'-  ,-^yt.i;il_3v;   "y    -".'-..���;' ;."'-'������-..'.',. -I.:-:'-:-Vyy-y;K-.. ���-���'��� ','-  ||:yy!3gMf.; xixix ;ljc^ih:-"at "#e^hMh^f u'iySbegiiA_���;  ��;,;'i|l:.%'|p'i''-t[jIVt is 3.(1013mjaery plkeeyto4pixx^ '���  y^noiice.' .:l?pv $0?$:.t.dwii|(iihy'a^boarcliiig;'  ���;;1iOHS:i_.;, /Mi��:^eSfc'lh^rg ">Ya.'' 'Micleii:' tiwX  '"%\xicyij.:lh<3' Bei| ^ogb^ajwf;, waiupv '.the .litiicl-  ylajdjr feo)iSidera;tei tSnol =aft^eiid when X' was  Msieiy, jbijjCl .ail the aco^iinodjiitions were  ^lijifslieo? to iheiat I'ldiclilofisly tyxv pi/ieeS;  "Mot T s_pehtmy hidfeons days writing: and  i sailing articl-gfuirof jnnjjyghimny that  AN   EXCITING   CHASE.  Tho stories that missionaries send  home often throw a vivid light upon tho  dark and savage conditions that encompass them. One of the-teachers of the  American Baptist Missionary Union, in  his annual report, tells of a recent incident that occurred far up the Kongo  river among the natives living around  the shores of lake Tuniba, only a short  distance south of the big river.  Early one Sunday morning, as the  missionary aud his wife were preparing  for the duties ofthe day, they heard a  shout-from the lake. An old man was  seen seated in a canoe, which a number  of stalwart fellows .-were paddling as fast  as they could toward the little river that  ���carries the.waters of the lake to the Kongo, a few miles north. The old man was  crying in a frantic and despairing voice:  '���Mpebe na Monkasa."  These were the names by which the  missionary and his wife are known to the  natives. Tlie old fellow called them again  and again, till he saw the white man,  and his wife;, standing; oil the beach.  Then he shouted to them:  *"Oh, come and save nie!    They are taking me awayto kill aiid eat me!"  The missionary understood the situa-  he would probably have been killed before night.  The expected then happened. Of  cOurse the savages did not relish the idea  of returning to their people without any  victim and with one of their party missing. The white man felt certain they  would try to ransom their comrade, and,  sure enough, the crestfallen man eaters  after a little while appeared within hailing distance.  They had brass wire, they shouted,  and how much did the white man want  in exchange for their friend.  He wanted all they had, and after considerable parleying a lot of wire was  brought half Avay to the station.  The old man said he was sure this wire  was all his captors had in the canoe, aiid  finally it was accepted and the prisoner,  released. The men probably made their  way as best they could back to their tribe.  The wire was worth only $1, but the  missionary says this was enough to keep  the old man in food for over nine months,  and the fair inference is that the cost .of,  .living, on the upper Congo has been re-,  dued to a bedrock basis.  FULL LINE OF  The Kongo state is rigorously suppressing caunibalism as far as its influence extends, and therefore the natives wlio indulge in the practice no longer dare, in  accordance with their former custom, to  send, large expeditions out to buy slaves.  Now and then, however, a small party  engage in the hazardous business, hoping!  by the smallness of their numbers to escape the attention of the whites.  The Tremont Hotel  IVIAL0J1E & TRECILLUS  PROPRIETORS  The Finest Residential  Property  in  Nelson  (BOGUSTOWN)  All the  the market  unsold   lots  in   the  at reasonable  prices  desirable for  residences.   Apply to  West Baker Street, Nelson.  Fairview  Addition to   Nelson are  now on  and on easy terms.   This property is very  T. M. WARD, Sole Agent.  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OP  rs  and  Front Doors  Inside ODfoors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside^Finish  local and coast.  Mooring*  "    local.and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail ._.  MoMdiiigs  Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND.  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  'Hbad Office at  NELSON, JI.  0.  ;One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by 'Electricity  ; Largo comfortable bedrooms and   flrst-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  _a^_._?_3S   $2   _?*E3*E1   X>_9_*_T  ^jn^PlSolDKliiigliouses *h0' ybuttei? wa&etl  across tlie rOoiri  and  the boarders lived  oil prunes.   I have never seen u prune in  l Miy life, though I have made thousands  It of dollars put of the prune joke.    On no  |s occasion did my landlady ever force me  ? to pai* take of hash.   1_ e 11 was tl le ii ivei i -  Y tor of the  \\#fcicisni  about the  IjQiM-der  who dropped dead with surprise oil fihd-  . ing hash unintentionally left off -ui�� hill  of lane."  ;.   The  wretehtid  luaii   groaned aloud, it  " being inlpos. ible to groait in  any other  ; Way,    A llasli Of real lightiiir.g illuiiiliied  i the ehaniber, the dog shuddered, and tlie  cloc:k stritek dire.     He vVent on ii,r �����, voiqe  tliitt sounded like the wail of a  inislead  banshee.  "yftly nearest and uiOSt honest friends,  those who "speak the best English, are  folks who live in the country and grow  early spring lettuce for a living. These  persons I have pictured wearing chili  I whiskers and exclaiming, 'gee willikens'  and 'be gosh ' at every third or fourth  line, I believe it to be a fact that no  such reinark$ were ever made by any one  outside of my article. Nor did any one  ever observe ' gosh, all hemlock ' or I'll  ' be gol darned.'"  There was another cry of pain from  the chronic humorist. The strong man  writhed in his agony. This confession  business was hard work, but he liad  started it, and it must be done.  "For years," he proceeded, "I lived almost exclusively on the income derived  from picturing:-the Brooklyn father as a  man who wheels a baby carriage and  wears a shawl over his shoulders fastened in front with a safety pin. That  figure is an invention of my own, and I  t_ll! it to my shame. In Brooklyn the  baby carriage is wheeled around by the  nurse, aud I do not think that any Brook-  ^llitfllS^  ^^^3^___. ^;^i\^i,^:^:^ i^l'i^y :lio|iaes^ {jf i-'t^ ?fclj^i_i|i  ^ixn^id _fo*��^^ -;ll��^3%ifSi%Wd'.: ;i^_!idl  *o^tKey.^iisj��ionM^  ;'the^weiv;6f'4jh\5s^���s"a%(t^  ^hi^iieot- ':W^*.to*yhe'-- l^tjyfor^the-^iSilpe^  r^vjits^iooiyi.gfpasfeMSta^on^  "'^Pil��^a.c|i_|i^:t:h4^t"^@  _". yi_f. .atwbl?diP^i t^^^^  ;;^pj^1-^pinirgy]^i.i^v^  '^|e^lake'^iid:^Ked'' f lieit pAddl^s:; with^aill;  *-theiry ���iiiigh;t^- 'V: Xi^ v^ii': xxxit Mcif iiiigy f6lia.se? I  X^^^ifvi^^^^ixn^ tIieyyyV:ei.e "iittfened^-:  redoubled ^heirieue^e^'it^  ya..f$jW iniligsiiprth ofibhe.in, : ;It-Hy.as;a-;j_o|i'l';  :;:irivce. ih dead! eai\tjesyt,i!t^nd: "ihe stake -'-was ji  htiintvuilfe. �� ���'-..' . ;.--���  There were six of the piirsuers audyonly:  four of. the fugiieive panoeiiieu. The  chasing party' had a larger sumytot^il of  auiisele,: and this advantage began to tell.  _gpowly the niissiQnary_bpat;g_^  caiiiiibals,, who saw at last that they  would certainly be cahght before they  reached the river, Then they paddled",  like mad for tlie shore, and the pursuers  were only a few boat lengths from them  as they ran their caiioe up on the beach.  The citniiibals juiuped out and three of  theni hiade their escape into the woods,  carrying witli them a considerable quantity of brass Wire, the forni of llioiiey  they use in buying ,sl?ives5. The fourth  niaii, was iimde a pi'isoner aiid was taken  back to the inissioiiary settleinent wifcli  tlie poor old Captive, who was now trein-  1)1 ing witli ,joy as a few nlojiierits before  he had qtifUted with fits.it'.   Tlie niissioii*  ai-y says tliat if he had not called for help  Rom^andi  , Dressed dumber. \  ot all kinds.  If what you want is not.in'stockWG will mako it for you  CALL AND^GE'r' PRICES.  ffliifl^il!BI!lii  m^X^mXy^g^B if^$TjZTQ(  .Njp^o^ry  CHARLES Hn,LYER,  ''������ '���':;--..yi-,"1PRK8i'ip'ENT;ty ���"���'''-"  TM:  ���LiivtiarEjiD.  HARRY HOUSTON,  g?-S' ���:' SECRETaBK"-:--.":  *^50-��*sK;^*?'s4''''Si      '$i  ;_Jv��ysr_ s  -"ti":.  ���v .;''V.:-.'.��MV.t-:.s-.^.';'"-.flB_ii^.ia_rf:-,'.>- ���'��������� ������.������-.������: ������-���������.:  j ^y :viMe#,anI-i|^��]i^iitant^  *'".������"��� '''--^CTO'RT''W6Rfe?rfibNRMb;''OS'_E  .:.'���. ;-----..'t';..-'V-^Pf*.^i-:'V.J'.':'.:.::--'.���'���;���. /'��� "':;' *'-.?���  S^te^^^g;^;-^1'"::-*^,;'���:������.-. ���  3|an<i;- $$$&$���' };'������' "���'' :��� ."' .���'?  ;^ill?0p^lp:>aiii;'";���,.;���":   .: '���'   '' ;"������  $|n0i?al' Jolii^'��� #p^y"  ���    ... ���'iN.'SWJCK.  \ Irkss of al^��?izes an|l spnfls  i^TOV'..'*��. ^v -s^u ��� '*. ���" -"-W o*"n* "*"." :��� w. v -'n..*-? D-v *. ---"' ���" *o  '   sH'flP-^-    ���   ^-    nS��   -p.3 "���"T>-"*"n'?^n'!;       '    ff.   '' ��� ���o"^W'.-iW^    p"fl.*;*^^*nfl.    -V   ��.-��� ���;..-���   .  ifeiliiiitaiipigi  Wholesale Markets at /folsbn, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Retail Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, Silverton, New Denver, ymir, Trail, Grand Forks,  Cascade, Greenwood, Midway, and --.Sirdar. -  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher GoS  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Haker Street, Nelson  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. y   .  IVIANIJFACTORY 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  TH EO. IVIA DSON  J.T:hey6hI_r��K6|ieip^^^  .Maulf^iS-i'dht*. iii'co��l!_^;.v''j*'.-.cy'. -V-\'-i".'.���'���������*-.? -ir-- ;',''��� y'"-'-!-."  ,;-lThe ibodiroomg*are"' well furnishtfd, d'rii -light��;d; by-  ^ieetr,ieity��yy:y:y.?/������':, .\.::-. ;,;y...' ��� ::,-,;��� :-���..^ ������ y-., -.���.  ?-:The;airiinfe-rbbm is not ^ocoiid1 toahy:iri KOdWiiay.  y:Tho:b'aryi|?al^ays^t6c^^ alidj  ..". ..:y;,,y ;;...y yTifoMAsMAPP.EN.,pi:ppri'e,tipr.  mmM&m^M^jM^i  -&*,���  >&.���;'.  .Sitw^mill on=Gbvern;meiife-whatiK-== ���; ^_  Fadfory arid office,, dornbr Hall street and C.P.R. track  ���WILL DO IVELL TO  & 0. BPGHANAN'S  A largo stock of ilrst-clada dry material on ;hand,  a full lino of WihH, dpttrri, niouldlt%H, tuflied work,  FftOtORY W0BK h SPIfifftLW  also  ote.  Beer of fiB&f**  ancl-f-ialf . * ��� .  Always  Always  Cool  TEE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT TMB  Yard:  Foot of fietidryx stroot, Nolson  _ _1��  Telephone, 81  y/^-y^^-SrfflThl- ^gtitffifjg&pj   ',.  Largo and well lighCdd Heated by hot Si  Rcosonablb rates . . .��Sample rooms  'Electric bells atid ;li_ ht. In .'a. oiji. room   Renovated^andareftirhiahed=thrbi!ghbnfc^=^^^  Complete Electric Eqaipments for Electric Power Trausmisslon and Lighting for Mines. Towns  P. 0>Bdx 608,  Josephine Street,  J. T. PERKS, Proprietor  ITreo bus meets all trains' Jtaiialeiriiiu   R   f!  Hourly streot car to station nBVBlalUIKJ,  V. U��  Niglit Grili Room jn coniiectlbn}' for the coii veiiionco of  gucstsarrivingand dopiirtihg'by iiighfe trains,  fienma t^stattmnt  Balcer streefcj bofc\veon; Josophino and  Hall strebts, Neltjoiii  MRALS: A*T ALL HOURS, DAY OH. HI&TVV  ������:"   BAKERT'IN CONNEGTION .....  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKINO A SPECXALTV  ONLY WHITE HELP KMPLOYKD  .*_*!.     ���*&T3r.;3ElK*Sr:,     ^R'<5'*_^JRite'_?'0:*R.  tircatl delivered to any puH of the; city.  (Jakes, pantry, and coiifoctioncry a specialty.  R. REISTERER & OO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  TONIGHTS OV PYTHIAS��� Nelson   Lodge,  N  J^-  Knights of Pythias, meete in I. O. O. F. Hall,c  No,  25,  .corner  Baker and kootenay streets, overy Tuesday ovoning at  8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIE, C. Cf R. 6. JOY, K. of R. fc S.  ~~ NELSON LODGE, NOl23, A. F. & A. M. Moots  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  NJSLSONT L. O. L., No. 1B92. moots in  I. O. n. F.  corner Baker and Kootenay. streets, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.  Vited.  JOHN TOYE, W. M.  Hall,  Visiting brothern cordially in-  F. J. BRADLEY, RccSec.  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E, J. CUBRAN, Prop.  each month in  come.  J. IRVING, Prcoidont.  Number  22,   Fraternal Order  of  id fourth Wednesday in  Fraternity Hall. - Visiting brethren wcl  J. O. WUAY, Secrfltary.  NKUSON   ^KlUE,   Number  22,  Kiiglso, meclJi every second and/om'th Wednesday in  GRAWFORB brothers  Next to Royal Hotel, Stanley Street. Nelson  APPLICATION   TO   PUBCHASE   LAND.  Notiee is hereby given that thirty days after date, I.  the uudorsigned, intend to ajiply to the chief commissioner of lands and work . Victoria, B. C, for tho purchase of tho following described piece of land, situate on  the Nelson side of Kootenay river, and being aboi  ���fritin Mitt Ilitrriifon Hot Slpriiigs.  THK ONbY NA'PORAL SiaUftAL WATKR  UO'QTLtep- IN BItlTISIl COLUMillA.  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  lime 70 Oeqts per 100 pounds.  Will delivbr In ton Ibts  Brick $12 per thousand.  At. yard or on scows at goVer"l����">i ���wharf.'  X/'KlJ'KR  The Royal Agricultural and IndustfiaKSdcietyy::  of Briti^K GGluftbia. ''   "  wi���i. igK li.iao  ON  $15,000  $15*000'  The West {(ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street       T. a. PROOTOR, Manager  miles in) from Nelson  'Geo. O, Tuiislall. Junior's S,  ... ....  ���about.sevei)  Commencing at a post marked  .... r's S. W. Corner"; thence oast  oigh'y chains; thanco north forty oliaim to whore low-  watermark is; and then following the sinuosities of the  shore to the.'point, of commencement,; all dontatning,  more or lo��, 1G0 acres. GKO. C. TUNSTALL, JR.  August Tth, 1899.  APPLICATION TOjrEANSFEB LICENSK  Thirty days notice i'h hereby (jiven that I will apply at  the next sitting of the Licensing Board of the City of  Nelson, B. C, to be allowed to transfer the retail liquor  license now held by me for the Clarke Hotel, situate on  lots numbered eleven ami twelve (11 and 12) in block  numbered Ave (5) of the City of Nelson, British Columbia,  to Frank Campbell and Goorgo VV. Bartlett.  K.C. CLARKE.  Dated at Nelson. B. C. this 15th day of Autruht. 18113  AEOHITBOTS.  ���piWART & CARIUia-Architeota. Rooms 7 and 8 Ab-  -*-1   erdeeii block. Bakor street. Nelson.  ~WA^TEDT~.~^:~~r"^"  WANTKD���To'purcluiKt! a second-hand Hloam lmllur,  S to 10*11. I'. Mii.sl, bo in good comltlion. Hlatc  liitvcut. cash price anil where, (o lie soon. J'rcslo P.O.  Ncl.son. . .���.,'���  6SC m yOi  GENERAL TEAIVISTERS  AGKNTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard OH Co,  Washirfgton Brick aqd Lirrje Co.  The H. W.-tycNielf-Go., Ltd., Canadiart Aqtfira-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers it)  STOVEWOOD  Nelson Iron Works  MANUKAOTUUKKa OIC  ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFTING/, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OP EVBBY DHSCRIPTION  ;. Ropaim prompUy atXondod to. ������'���' P.O. Box 173.  IN PiSiZES  ovm to fm WOELD  A Sound of Pleasure fpr i'our Whole Days  fl IA M I'll )NS1I IP LA (MU1..SK NA V A^I> AN' O  M ILI'fA IIV ��l:'ORT$ GY5tl_HAIs'A  BASK BALL    FOOT JUL'L    BAND  TOUUN'AMBNT.  MAGNIFIGENT ILLUMINATlOSfS J  Cii-iutd concert every evening.  BiKcial at'i'iiiciioirutthu New- Westminster operahOUptt"..-,  AtotislortiXcui'Riojis froni all pointy at greaHy redueed  nttes.  Im.ii' spncitil fi.'ivlures see sinall Imtid bills.  No ent-ranee fco charged fur exhibil.s.  KXICCL'Tl VK -Ills .vorsltip luayor Ovens, T, J. Trapp,  \\ . J. Mathers. God. I). BryliHior, It. F. Anderson, Aid. J.  K. Scott. Aid. M. ..inelafr.  For prize lisi-s. entry forms and full parttbulars, write  *'�� t. .1. rn a vv, arth mi sialins.. .  President. Secretary,  \Y\ II. IvBARV. ('oiiiiiii.s.sioner.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  nklson, ac.  Coflco roasters mid doalers in Toa and Coffoo.  OlTcr fresh roasted cotTeo of b&st quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Mnchw, per pound  %   40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds   100  Fine Santos, 4 pounds  1 00  Santos Blond, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Bleud, 6 pounds   ....I 00  Our Rio RoaHt, 6 pounds..:,   ,  100  A trial order solicited.  Satesrooms 2 doors  East of.Oddfellowt  Baker Stoeet  Bloo^ *e��t I'  I  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C.   TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1899.  DON'T  WASTE  YOUR  MONEY  ON  BOTTLES  WE  CAN  SELL  YOU  PERFUMES \  IN BULK  And there are no perfumes in Nelson  equal to those which we have just received. We are now opening up full lines  of Roger & Gallet's and Legrand's celebrated French Perfumes, as well as those  of the Crown Perfumery Company of  London. These orders may be purchased  either in bulk or in bottles. See our assortment  of French  Toilet Soaps.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  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 & SONS,  AMES-HOLDEN, JAMES McPHERSON, D. W. KING & CO.,  and other makers.  Postoffice Store f        A C\W    |_^RD  I3AKKR STREKT, NELSON. %J ���        A~\.m VJ- JI ___-/ _L^k. JL__{ _L''V.  Remember the Nam,e  NEELANDS'  SHOE  EMPORIUM  It, will be to your adv.-intngc to see our large  and complete stock of Boots and Shoes. We  carry the following lines: J. ��fe. T. Dell, J".  P. King &, Co., North Star Shoe Co., Foots,  Schultz & Co., Stratford Shoe Co., Ames, Hol-  den ik Co., and other leading makers.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  26 AND 28 WKST RAKKR STRKKT, NELSON  ."��&"8*��*g.��*SK*.*sS*��&*��"g^  ss  m  m  ss  5S  IX   M^ABTHUK   &   CO.  JUST ARRIVED  as  as  ^An���Entire-Car���of  ���m,  .=i=*a  Iron Beds and  ��  1  " *  m  wrings  f>  George Oale & Son  i-   ��  #*'##���*  A Large Shipraerit of  �����  ���**.  0:  m  ��  K  55  n.  Carts  From The 0endron Mnfg. Oo.  m  Q  0  ��  ID-    ISK^J^JEIT^LTTM   &   CO.   ...J8g��  I 1  THE LOCAL NEWSJF THE TOWN  Chief of police Jarvis will work in a  holiday trip this y u.ir by taking l<Y;ink  Kennedy to the penitentiary nt New  Westminster, where he has two years to  put in for having stolen goods in his  possession.  Mrs. Alice Ferry has applied for an  hotel license at Five-mile point. The application will probably be taken up by  the commissioners within the next two  weeks.  .Judge Forin has made orders for the  restitution of the revolvers found on  h'rank Kennedy to the Nelson Hardware  Company, as well as for the jewelry  found in the possession of Stanford  Chapman.  .Stanford Chapman, the young man  charged with the theft of jewelry from  the Jlo.ol Pliaii', came before judge Forin  yesterday for election, and upon being  arraigned entered a plea, of guilty. As  the prisoner is under sixteen years of  age, judge Forin remanded him for sen-  tenceiintil his relatives can be communicated with.  Thomas Cameron will be arraigned  before judge Forin today upon the  charge of theft from the person in that  he took a check from- John Leech while  the latter was asleep. W. A. Galliher  will prosecute on behalf of the crown.  E. E. Phair writes Tins Trimune under  date of the 11th instant: "Fifty-one arrivals at the Hotel Phair today; about a  dozen turned away."  Thomas Kane of Erie is in Nelson. He  says that while mining operations around  Erie are not on any very extensive scale,  a considerable number of men are working in small parties throughout ��� the district of which Erie is the trading point.  There were over sixty-one guests registered at the Hotel Phair last evening.  The delegates to the meeting of the  Canadian Mining Institute, which meets  today, arrived last evening. They come  from as far south as Colorado and as far  east as Montreal.  There was no quorum at the iBoard of  Trade meeting last evening.  Rev. Professor Hamill, of Belfast, Ireland, came in last night from Rossland  and is the guest of the Rev. Robert  Frew. Professor Hamill is a very distinguished minister of  the  Presbyterian  OUR  GrREA.T  BARGAIN  SALE  WILL  BE  CONTINUED  THIS  church in Ireland, and in addition to occupying a chair iu the college at Belfast,  holds the important position of chairman  of the committee of colonial missions. He  has just completed a course of lectures  before the students of Manitoba College,  Winnipeg, and during his stay in that  city has been delighting large congregations with liis sermons and addresses. At  the meeting of the Presbytery in .St.  Pauls Presbyterian church this evening  professor Hamill will give an address to  which the general public is most cordially invited.  Generous and Patriotic Boers.  Puktouia, September 11.���The burghers of this place are offering the government gifts of meal. The town has a deserted appearance.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted���Two or three furnished rooms  fur li^'lil li(His-oIcc!iririnn. wllliiil   Ion   llliniitrs   walk of tins  Ohi��!Ii'm In.lol.    Atl.liv.--s W. II., llox '.IT.A. Nelson.  .    For   .Sale���Lots   13  and   M,   block   42,  Willi improvements.   Appl.v I" II. <������ ���!<.'. Slur U:il;ery.  Furnished rooms to let.    Apply to Mrs.  L. JI. .l.-imeson, (limie.v Mock, IJ.-iUer street west.  To Rent���Two stores orol'licesaud basement, 2f> by .ill foot., also two living rooms on lirst. Moor,  opposite poslollloe on Victoria struct. Kor salo���Lols IS  and II block lie, S7IK); lot. 7 block lo, addition A, $ii">;  lols 31 mitl ��2 hluuk ��. Apply to AV. A. .lowed, Victoria  struct. Nelson. ��  Furnished Rooms ��� With baths and  electric lijjlil.   Silica street'., opposite Kn.nlisb c.linrcli.  FAHYS  iMarithjuJC  M20I  <^eRIC<V;  'WATCHCASECO^.  NELSON  , THE  LOWEST  PBICED  MABKET  IN  KOOTENAY  WEEK  Goods  THE  S i'fll'K  BJYINU  SEASON  IS  NOW  Tlir tjte.il slock lm\ iiiji iciiiu is Nelson. II basilic  most \\1ioIcoiIl Houses l,iif.i'sl s(o<k, best oppoi tiinilj  fol sulci,)miii nl  'noils and btst pi ices  We icll.it wbolesalo and lut.ul. Wo luxe Hit. laitfc-sl  stock in IK  If j oi. u.mt a jjootl diamond i iiuj;, no to Jacob Doioi s  It \ on w.ml a nice pi unjyo lo Doici s  If \ on Man! till, 1 iii,s| in iciulcis k�� lo Doici's  If \ on v\,iill a syw inn m i( bine ko to Oin ci'*  If ion w.ml a woddniK picscnl ito to Dmoi's  II \ on w.uit to Tiu\ al ulioli.s,uot*o to Diners  II you want llisl class j^o< ds ti j Jacob Diner's  A\ ah li ieji muitf a s],eei ill), all woikttu.itantoe<l,  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson.  ��� ��� ���  WOYAXj BEASj AMD  H  A. Ferlail t  Telep*_on��3 93.  FOR  ICE CREAM AND FRESH  FRUIT OF ANY KIND.  UNION   MADE  Nolson, Hrilvish (Solinnbin. .  Gome in and try our Ice Cream. Soda and  BefresMng Drinks,  Beer  Garden  NEAR FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT  TBEFIN_|STv;.PLEASURE   RESORT   IN   KOOTENAY  Noxt Door to  P. Burns & Co.  HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  Special Notice to the People of Kootenay  j am now prepared to test the eyes  ofthe 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  DELIVERED  Orders may be left with C. W. West  & Co.. or with.  CHARLES St. BARBE, Agent.  Office on Baker street., two doors from Bunk of Ji. C.  a_H3XJ*B*_?3EC03Sr*_3  138  During the, season we will do-  livcr ico at private residences  and business houses daily in any  desired quantity at easonrablo  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  APPLICATION TO  TEAHSPER LICENSE  li'inor license now held by me for the Kxclicqucr Siilloor,  siltiiite on Lot 1 Block 12, In the City of Nelson. JlritiVU  Colmnbiu, to .rame.s Neolnwls.       A. H. CI.KMKNTS.  Dated at Nelson, li. 0��� Soiit.eiiiber 1st, IS!)!).  "mTners "wanteitx"-  The Tangier Mine, Limited, Albert Canyon, on the  main line of the C. P, It., 22 nrilfis eaat of Rovolstoke, requires six good miners.  Wages $s.S0 per day.  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  Go.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  Are You Going for a Holiday?  Why, yes;  on a fishing excursion and I intend to<> a  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  The  Lawrence  Hardware  Co.  Kirkpatrick c�� Wilson  14 WEST BAKER STREET  Telephone 10.    Postoffice Box K & W  /a  2  PAYS FOR ft PINT OF NICE RICH  ANY FLAVOR  M. DesBrisay * 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 Stroot West, Nolson  John A. Irving & Co.  Strachan   Bros  iPX.T-raiwrBBJ'EES- jEorp-  OS>���Hj^  -BCOprSEJ  BLOCK

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