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 PRESIDENT KRUGER SAYS THE  Issue Must be Left to God.  Pretoria, September 12.���"I have  given them my clothes," said president  Kruger, in concluding an impressive address to the volksraad this afternoon,  "given them when tliey have asked for  them; f have given my shirt when they  have asked it; but now they have asked  for my life���the independence of my  country! That cannot be. The issue  must be left to fJod."  All the speeches this afternoon were  more moderate in (one than in the morning, and president Kruger himself advised  calmness. In his address lie declared  that for many years the franchise had  been offered to British subjects resident  iu the Transvaal, and the fact that they  never had accepted it was proof that  they did not want the privileges demanded! that these demands, in fact,  were but a. subterfuge veiling designs on  the republic's independence.  The atmosphere of Pretoria today is  electric. The Boers will welcome peace  if peace may be had. They are calmly  awaiting war if war is inevitable, but  the burden of insuring peace or the onus  of provoking war they liave shifted to  the shoulders of the British colonial  secretary. The situation hangs now on  Mr. Chamberlain's reply to the latest  Boer communication, wliich amounts to  a reiteration of the demand for an abrogation' of the suzerainty claim, reinforced  by a withdrawal of the proposals which  have emanated from the .Pretoria government.  WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  York, today, and earned the title of bantam champion of the world, although  both contestants were actually in the  featherweight class. The Knglishman,  although forcing the pace at the outset,  was really never in it. McGoveru hatted  his opponent into partial insensibility.  The Brooklyn lad's arms worked like piston rods, and the punishment which he  meted out to Palmer was swift and terrible. The victory was clean cut and decisive. By mutual agreement the men  met at catch weights.  COME   EASY,   GO   EASY.  ��� .���.n:t"l*!rt'.��V"j  Shamrock Tries New Sails.  New. York, September 1.2.���The cup  challenger Shamrock took another spin  off the Jersey coast today. The winds  were light aud the yacht made a trial of  its sails rather than tests of its speed.  There was a moderate roll on the ocean  from the winds of the previous day; not  e tough to make the Shamrock pitch, but  only to show its general ease of motion.  Sir Thomas Lipton sailed on board the  challenger today. His first sail on it in  the tests in America. Five of the sails  used today were new. These were the  three headsails, the baloon jib and the  club-gaft topsail. Tho setting of these  canvasses was perfect. Tlie size, the cut,  the peculiar arrangement of the cloths  and the set of the big club topsail were  alone worth a trip to the hook to see, but  asya speed-testing performance yester'r.  day's sailing of the challenger was a disappointment for those -.who went to get  .���.;E^actsr:'j��'3 *r��;* ;fe"\*^.yf;4'��*.��>yy;���Sfl-Si,K.�� "v.*-?." ������":���*'^K'y-y  fIjiji'V'ElM  ���|^fc^i:il!.i:aite,i;  IgS!, ���>$? ���#?;  Untie Mining Worltl.  Men who get money easy, and without  mental or physical wear or friction do  not seem to place that value upon it  which others do who have gained theirs  by. hard knocks and pesristent labor. As  a rule miners arc not miserly, nor do tliey  hold on to'their earnings with that tenacity which distinguishes the close-fisted.  They are willing to give their money a  chance to double itself where they can do  so without cramping themselves or jeopardizing the comfort of those depending  upon them. This was particularly the  case with the early day placer miners  who cleaned up their rockers and sluices  for the ounces (not the dollars) in them.  Many of the old-time miners could not  stand  prosperity.    Some who were rich  one day would be prospecting for a stake  the next day.    Many could not or would  not go to work   Monday morning if they  had a dollar or two  of  their Saturday  afternoon's cleanup.    A few would "salt"  away their earnings till they liad enough  to join the old folks at home, or to marry  the "girl  they left behind them."    But  they were few who did this.    They formed the exception to the rule that the old-  time  placer   miner   Avas   a   spendthrift  when  he had money, but at all times a  free-hearted comrade and  a "hail fellow  well met."    The underground miners of  today, those who have families and children to educate aud provide for, are not  built Upon the lines which measured the  early day placer miners.    They are generally sober,  steady and hard  working,  ,kmowing.'just- ./what ...tlieir ��� cheek,���Y will  amouM���;to?afetho, ieiidyof ^^  ���1-tw]ia,c^lievi-:tnu's���my4bli,a;b.;"M  n-._pnrp..- comnno ?|-��t-TtMWrf-po<  REGULAR TRAINS ARE RUNNING  On the Boundary Road.  Although the Boundary extension of  the Columbia & Western railway has not  been inspected by the railway department of tho Dominion government, regular service has been commenced, although  passengers are not supposed to bo carried.  Freight and express will be forwarded  promptly as far as Grand Forks. The  Dominion Express Company has opened  offices at Gladstone, Cascade and Grand  Forks. It is expected that the road will  be inspected within a Aveek, and as it- is  said to be a avcII constructed, there  should be no needless delays in operating  regular trains. For a time at least, there  will be three regular trains a week each  way. Trains "will, probably leave Nelson  and Rossland at 7 o'clock a. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and return from Grand Forks on Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturdays.  RAILWAY  NOTES.  STILL KICKING FOR A RAILWAY  .._��he3h.  . ;'^ii��3j}?/^vs _ _i_>:.f. 'tlu%-^|Si^i-?Iijjfc;. ;_tlte'Y_0��J;"*J_ _ ������  ,��� .'���' This^ourn  !-'":.-.||fsi.i$j^ yjVEqn-'?  ���.;_*_i.S^:ffd^  ?. 'Mirgy(ytfjjsiS^  ,-;. 'fiibi^  'V^ipjfts/j!^ 'the,sicliBiue>'  '."' andj:b]ieiTatfery'ag^^  C(_!iference shonld; be '$'*& ,'��'>P*&$' of the;  ���-.' ^6fcj.i6tol,ai'jct|,'��� 'Th0ii/sjj_y4 ���tfii!e' ^Olks, Zefc ;  ���" t,nig,"'tl%..:'li#ly |fiitlieiJyS^ojiitedy 3_[���um\  :-'^(H'{fitt_fU?'Ti_i ���,i:.'tss'i'Specja|. dfei&gate to Tliey  ifague to" make pr8��>a;rffctioh for the eon-  fel'enee,   '  ' . '  ..:'���' '  y, . - . y  Will Hot Speal?: for Goebeh  .L0uiBVi.y,r,0.   Septeniber   12,���Wiliiaiiii  Jennings Bryan lias Written a letter to  Kentucky that adds to the cOhiplex situ-  ���ation ill- -the���democratic���party He has j  infOrinetl ex-senator 33IackbnrH in a Tet-  ter that he is willing to come to Kentucky and Inake speeches for hiin for senator, but Will not advocate the election  of Gofcbol from the stump, The statement is Made by tlie highest authority,  and it was diseussed -at a conference of  Goebel antl other ^democratic leaders held  today, Bryan's reason for tlie change in  his plans is that lie does nob wish bo bake  part in a  fight that is based solely on  ' state, issues,.      ; ,    '    '  A Student Drowned in Griiss Lake.  ToftoN'Fo, September 12.���News has  reached the city of tho death by drowning in Grass Lake, near Orillia, on Sunday last, of Frederick Wahl, a student of  Wycliffe college. Mr. Wahl's father is  an Anglican missionary, resident in Persia, and the young man was spending the  time until the College reopened on a farm  near Grass Lake. In company with a  young lad he went out gathering water  lillies, aud while punting along Wahl's  oar becaine entangled and he fell overboard and sank without a struggle. His  companion drifted away so fast that he  could not give assistance, and Wahl's  body was found in an upright position  the head being only a few inches under  water.'   Trouble in Venezuela.  Caracas, September 12.-���A new cabinet has been formed with senor Calcano  as foreign minister. President Andrade  has left here to take command of the  troops operating against general Castro,  tlie revolutionary leader.  Two Bantam Pugs Do Battle.  New York, September 12.���Jerry Me-  Govern  of Brooklyn   defeated  "Pedlar'  Palmer of London   in  the  arena of the  Westchester club; near Tuekahoe, New  wi^esj��puebbBkaoi'.recbly||if"iibb^abisfac���bQr^  '*l|y_|!ol..v!��fcyy*^>.v7lJ.;.���^���;" j<.y- _,;_>���X^--?^A^'k".  l(f}^)i^^pyhi^':<^it0^; ;t^?f-:pta#j^;^|n^l^y  ^voj/IS^jb'M^ f  '!lJ'il; lite; ^]_S_J��_.^-\=^ j^y;(&t;iti iyf^Lieif?|i ^>^^:-tc>'i^Slin Jc.e.-^  s''i.t3?|lp^  y^>dif5i_n-'''thfe  ' 'dffiefeft^ey'^^ ��leyli _Siy_jr.-:  J_dijSif^_S-e^igin;iiiafei  '<��i$_|&$^$h^^  i|iiji.i?6Af=j^ .^Ch.&  ylioj^nl��|ijlinfe:i': ^isyy-thi^pi^'iw^  nipiifey ;:���; W his^sjakes; liMpjieii"-. to.-'iie' "gfjgsfp-.dlj!.  |. tlie;.;i*ight"pla,6&. Xixx$ huike yovybl'eaky he  is :aiwas*s.. jJeadF audi eager to ytake an-  foythe*;''shyjat. f.rtnhe.. ���"''.%'" '"'���'���.' '''"'" 1' ^':. "'���  m&b- long' -iigQ the; report cjinieidpwn  fWixx. bile ���i3&ib._d-.J<_';^  ���SlfeDohald, who was a few ingntflis ago  1'itfced as a,. -in,uM-i.nillio.ii_aii',e.. .}tas. insoi*  veiib^ iii other words,; "deadr brdkie.:''  Thei'e inay be no fottudaiion in -faiBb fdr  thd story, biit true or faiise* it was %veil  known that "Big Alex," as he was known  around Dawson City, was a pretty -swift J  sniaiij^^It^is-Said^ofUiinii^that^MieQ-lie.  went to Loudon last winter he took  $800,000 along for pin money. At that  time his wealth Was estimated at $10,-  000,000. He married, it is said, a charni-  iug young lady and ifeturiied to Dawson  "short" on cash. His partners, who are  liis life-long friends, do not believe he is  insolvent, but tliey have received advices  to hurry to Dawson. Should the report  be true* tliat country has Seen the rise of  a common niiuer to a lmjlbi-inillionaire,  and his fail to a "dead bi'Oke" pifek  slinger, all in th. shoi't space of twenty  tUQiibhs��� ja case of nn'iiiey coining and -go-*  ing easily. A miser would liave held, to  the millions, but a miser Would never  have made them, ^_^  Urging a Pardon for Dreyfus.  PARIS, September 12.���Under the head  of ���'Pacification," The Temps this evening  urges the government "to take advantage  of the present conditions and pardon  Dreyfus which, it adds, would pub tlie  finishing touch to the Rennes verdict,  and would permit Prance to occupy herself with the affairs of tlie country and  the exhibition."        Local Government for Porto Rico.  Washington, September 12.���The cabinet meeting today was practically devoted to a discussion of a form of local  government for Porto Rico. A general  plan has been wrorked out, which was  gone over in detail, but no final action  was taken.   The Commander for "Natal.  London, Septeniber 12.���Ib is said bhab  sir George Stewart White, former quartermaster-general, has been selected to  command the British forces in Natal.  Sir George leaves for Natal next Saturday. His division, it is expected, will  uumlwr. 15,000 men,       .      '.  In the order of promotion created by  the opening of the Robson-Penticton  branch, "Dave" McKay, who was formerly freight conductor on the Columbia &  Kootenay, becomes passenger conductor  on the Slocan branch in the place of conductor Fawcett, who goes on bhe Robson  run. ".Toe" Bradshaw succeeds McKay as  freight conductor.  The men ab bhe C. P. R. yard ab Nelson  are now handling bhirty incoming cars  per day from bhe Crow's Nest branch, despite which the cars are accumulating at  the Landing. Yesterday there were  forty-seven cars there awaiting transport  to-Nelson. o ,  The consumption of coal by the Canadian Pacific Railway -Company now  amounts to thirty-five cars per week.  This is exclusive of the coal consumed by  the company's steamers which call at  Kootenay Landing. All the coal is drawn  from the mines at Fernie. -  D. McLeod; who has a five-mile contract on the Ontario & Rainy River railway, left for  the  Rainy  River  district"  !$&^!Pu^J_iik^::^  Station and Agent at Moyie. ��  The town  of Moyie, one of the  most  important points on the Crow's Nest Pass  railway,  is  still without a  station and  station  agent.    The1 people  there   have  been kicking for such facilities for over a  year, and they hope to get what  they  want  by continuing to kick.    The local  board of trade has the matter in charge.  On Tuesday last the board elected officers  for the ensuing  year,  and  as  the  president-elect is an old newspaper man  who  has   become  a  mine  manager  the  town  will  get  what   it   should  get   or  someone will know the reason Avhy.    The  board decided to draft a memorial and  forward it to president Shaughnessy of  the  Canadian Pacific, citing the urgent  need of placing a station and agent at  Moyie.    If president-elect   Drewry   will  only  take time  to draft  the memorial,  president Shaughnessy will  come down  off his high horse and telegraph orders to  his subordinates to   build  that   station  and appoint that agent, and Jdo- it within  thirty days.    Moyie is all  right, because  it  has  the  righb kind  of mines within  sight and the right kind of men developing them.  An Attempted Burglary. .  An attempt was made this morning to  break into bhe Lakeview hotel, bub bhe  burglars were inberrupbed. Gusb Erick-  sou, one of the proprietors, closed the bar  about 3 o'clock, but returning about ten  minutes to 4 o'clock he saw some one  turn off the electric light in the card  room of the bar. He enbered bhe bar in  bime bo see a man disappear from bhe  rear 'window, enbrauce bhrough which had  been effected by means of a 20-foot ladder. Before Erickson could get around  to the rear of the building the burglars  had made their escape. That the atbempb  to enter the hotel was ��)lanned early in  the evening was disclosed later when it  was found that the fastening of the rear  window had been tampered with so that  the lock would not /work. The burglars  had nobbune bo sbeal anything.;:-    ��� y;   /;/  !?i^ji!��jie^^  i .^J �� _��'"1'  ��� _he ;passjng :;,$fc$v^^  ���,.bjie''".'g|pr^^^^  :eit$d..$h^b"'^  ;.fer^6ip'iiatyil'a':c  capital, -and;-^ininrtbed ;)t^he^rlnst_fetelytoy  'nsing' its: -ihfiWeu^ey f wlbji.;:.''$he^  Suhies bo secUveatS: repeal.; The members;  ^of :the<yinsjSfute.'���;^^e;y;p^eji^ll^iinltn'i?  iiiousan their a|)pi;Oyai. pMiigS; jt"esGihitiou?:  \vhich i�� hSib;/to, ''lie^-'-^o^d^e^ji^wfe'n it  is r^inen^ere'dyyBliat,;t*he i>b|eet; of the  legMatute was ,i)A._ protoct -ivbi^kinig inin^  erg f r^ the grdexjoj the sel^saiiie inein-  bers of the Canadian; .Mining Institute  wlio, were elected to inembership last .eve*  ning en bloc.  The M_tter SmoQth^d Over.  Dr. C. J. Pagan, ^eeretai'y of the execu-  "tive=committee^Of=the~niedical=councilnj  has notified the secretary of the Kootenay Lake general hospital that in response to the petition of the medical men  of Nelson no steps will be taken to prosecute Dr. Rose of the hospital staff for  practicing without the necessary qualification unless a formal complaint is laid  before- the executivei The council found  that it liad no powei' bograub a " permit  bo practice," bub by ignoring the inabter  i:b will do what it can to meet tlie wishes  of the local doctors and the hospital  directors.   Attempted Bank Burglary.  .Smith's Falls, Ontario, September 12.  ���.ft. Bairdj ,|unior clerk, and C Johnston,  cashier of the tJiiion bank here, wlio  both sleep in the bank, were awakened  by a noise at the front door. Both  clerks jumped up, and with revolvers  loaded went to the door and demanded  of those outside What they would have.  As no answer came, one of the clerks  threatened to shoot, when the intruders  took to their heels and made off. Some  iron crowbars, taken from Craine's shop,  had been used to pry open the door, and  bhe latter was pretty badly scraped and  splintered in the attempt. It was evident that there were two in the party.  Encourage the Home Manufacturers.  Nelson is becoming a manufacturing  town. Nearly everything that can be  made of wood and iron is manufactured,  and the work is creditably done. R. G.  Joy of bhe Star bakery is driving a bread  delivery wagon that was made in Nelson  by Johnston & Kinrade, and it will compare well with like wagons'manufactured-  in the East. One way to build up a town  is to encourage local industries, whether  it be the bread baker or the wagon  maker. ���- ���'; ....  ;.^h.0��4p*3^^^  h;|j^'i'|!^  :4vii^^i'es|)ect ;^|h ^11^ tliQ - \  ;jj0nip)iii^.a^id3th^  flJf^e: j^n;|i|ex;p%]jSiilt^bglfliij^cit,'' 'for" tji e4  .^���esei^ir-grle. ������ /^^sa^s'-thSifesfdb'of'-die';  fin t^^e^sjhag' .bp*Jl |^thajfe-^=b'a;$is;h^sy;b^��ny.  -.��ai"^i|;^.^#]'^V^ :  i ^is|iu_t%ini0: ll^al^lM��^^^'��^ SBfitte:-  inien^bilFthe':(^.pes.t^  :i:e|>outed:; to;t.heie  ���^��"1iijei!i^ will^bfii  ) '������ 3^shiii|r "Work? onf tlie, Streiet. Eailway*.  ./y^e:^eis^rwSlr|ety'R^ Coin^any-  hasfofc a ^j_bi^etyfor the/jereGfa'on of the  ^olfejr poles' af^^;Sh<S line/; of'��� -t:he t'Oad.  ^Ork has5 bO|n 0aJr-be;d: On the power  ^bitbiOn. which: i��y.to be et'ected' on bloek  i| at the end of the Halt Mhiesi switch-  baclf, wear Cottonwood creek, The Bon-  hirigtoit Falls pOwtSr coinpany has two  biiies ot the right of way cleared for its  pole line, and promises to have the Tine  jBver. bhe_iiine^nule_Lto_the_powjBiy stabibn  check of $15.05 from John Leech. Tho  prisoner went into the box and told a  rather improbable story to the effect that  Leech asked him to take care of the  check, and that he was not a party to the  forging of Leech's name in the endorsement and attempt to cash the check.  When he had finished the court repudiated Cameron's story as a set of lies and  sentenced him bo three months' imprisonment.' The check will be held by the  authorities in the hope that the man who  committed tlie forgery may be arrested.  W. A. Galliher appeared for tho prosecution.  NELSON.  James Wilks, secretary of the Nelson  Miners'Union, left last night for Montreal, via the Crow's Nest Pass road, tb  attend the annual session of the Labor  Congress of Canada. Mr. Wilks goes as  a delegate of; the Rossland Trades and  Labor Council.  The Canadian Mining Institute should  change its name since it has become a  mere appendage of the Mine Managers'  Union.  Rev. Dr. Hamill of Belfast, Ireland, delivered an address in the Presbyterian-  church last night On his Impressions of  Canada. There was quite a large attendance, and the address was a good  one. Dr. Hamill goes from Nelson to  Chicago. ,  Ernest Menary of Orangeville, Ontario,  arrived in Nelson yesterday morning. He  is one of the best lacrosse players in  Canada.  There are people in Nelson who can,  even at this time of the year, eat green  peas grown iii their own garden, live oii  potatoes grown in their own potato  patch, and luxuriate on spring chickens  raised in their own barnyard.  At the open meeting of the Presbytery  of Kootenay at 8 o'clock tonight, in the  Presbyterian church, addresses will be  delivered on the subject of "The Relations  ofthe Church bo Social Quesbions" and  "The Century Fund," by the Rev. Messrs.  Gaudier of Rossland, McCoy of Cascade,  Ferguson of Whitewater, Judge Forin  and others. .The public .are'cordially.in-.  THE SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLIC  Will Probably Accept a Conference;  London, September 13.���Owing to the  understanding' that Mr. Chamberlain's  note is to be published simultaneously iu  London and Pretoria, only a summary  has been telegraphed. The London  papers are inclined to withhold comment  until the text is available. Despite the  fact that the note is described as an ultimatum, the balance of opinion tends to  regard it as a rather moderate document  since, apparently, it does not fix a defi-  nate time limit, and leaves the real crux  of the dispute for the proposed conference, and does not raise the question of  su/.erainty. In a word, the note seems  to leave the way open to farther negotiations.  Tho Times, which  considers  the  summary obviously imperfect, says:    "It is  incredible that all mention of suzerainty  of the other matters in controversy'have-  been pa-ssed over and ignored."    It proposes a five year franchise and a greaber  rejiresenbiabion for bhe gold fields in bhe  volksraad, equaliby for bhe Bribish and  Dutch in the volksraad and equaliby for  bhe    old   and    new    burghers    in y regard    to   presidential   and   other   elec--  tions.-'���������'If the  conditions  are"'��� accepted,  a conference between  representatives of  the two governments shall follow for the  purpose of drafting the necessary  mens-.y  it res, and of avoiding the introduction of  unnecessary conditions by bhe Transvaal  governmeiib or bhe possibiliby of bhe passage of any bills calculated to defeat tlie  reforms.    In   view of the  fact the note  goes on to say that the present  sbabe of y  affairs in  South Africa  cannot be  prolonged.    The definite acceptance  of this /  proposal   is   demanded    without jdelay,  other wise her majesty's government will /.-'-  immediately   take  the  whole   situation  under consideration and will act so as to  bring about a settlement, o The situation /  is acute." y    /  A speciiil dispatch from Pietermaritz-  burg, capital of -Natal, says:     "President  Kruger, it is asserted in.reliable, quarters,;?.,  is x_repared to attend the proposed conference at Capetown provided that he is  assured that Mr. Chamberlain's latest dispatch   represents   all   bhab* will  be de-   ���  manded  by Greab  Britain.'   A  peaceful /;;  solution, therefore, is highly possible. /  ///;  ^?Ci|:iaiJS"JsrAlW^  ifeJtl^^falei^inirS^lH^  and deliver power by October iStll, Tlie  car barns of the company have been located at the corner of Kootenay street  and the Mines road.  Drilling Challenge Accepted.  ItoSslantl." I teeoi'rt,  Tlie challenge to drillers made by Erie  Stevenson and W. M, Ross to beat tlie  hole drilled last. Tuesday iii tlie same  rock has been web by a counter challenge  to drill in rock from, the same quarry.  The now challengers, Mike- Burns and  Mike McNicoil, Who-have formed a drilling partnership, have deposited a forfeit  of $100. Tlie contest will take place  next Saturday either for a purse or gate  receipts, tlie purse to be not loss than  $200. Ail four men have competed in  drilling contests at Nelson.  Encouraging Damage Suits.  If bhe ciby council does nob repair the  holes in the city wliarf it will run an excellent chance of a heavy damage suit.  The wharf has been in a dangerous condition since the city took it over. A few  dollars would make it safe until some  plan of improvement for the wliarf  could be decided upon. It would be  money well spent.  May Go to the Penitentiary.  Tom Burns, who escaped from the provincial jail here a short time ago, and.  who was recaptured neai' Northport, but  wlio was nob extradited, is again under  arresb. this time for a robbery committed  at Bossburg. He hold up a man for $20.  He will, probably get a penitentiary  sentence.  Got a Deserved Sentence,  Thomas   Cameron'  was    tried    before  judge Forin yesterday upon   the.charge  of theft from   the  person   for stealing a  '���MfefoWrife  :and^^bab!aiu%..MlcjCoyyiy^r"^.mmpwiy /_'  .bi:on^ghb^|h.iQirilliiun%^i^  yi.\ijiiS.i'^_^%l_i'^'"i!ft_^  ':-ai|t(^ia|p:Jii-;|^hp^aj^^  :tejc6l^fp^o^is^,4iM^u^ife     ;tlie-:--c"i'owdi./  /Patlingi rife fijiis;-" |he'y;salvatioi nstjs, wxthr.;  drew_^f0rjblie _bi^^  noise^^dliMfi ^0 -  ';tw#iii--ib1j^';',&pp6|in& fi>.r^.s'C' 'sLioUtjiia^t'  ��re;^itt;^a^'^*blie���'3U':!h^i^^  tO::giVe^m/tbiU;or^  The Aptralian, d.dmmpnwealtli,  LpNijoS.ySeptehibei-' llil^Th�� eonfedbr-  aMoirS:bhemej0f the' ^u^feralian colonies,  Which lias been abbraetuig So invich abteu^  tioiij pt'ovides that addresses bo the  queen from, the three colonies, asking  4Jo\vei^to4'orni a=��oiifederabion.=-shalUbe=  sufficient for its formation, as three colonies, New South Wales. South Australia  and Victoria, have Voted addresses on  the subject. The Imperial parlitViinent,  upon resumption of lbs sessions, will, ib is  presumed, take bhe matter up* whether  or not the result in the other colonics is  favorable to joining the movement.  Dr, Livingstone's Brother Dies.  BiMNifUROii* September J;2.~-Tl-ur death  is-announced by cable of .lohii.  Livingstone, eldest brother of the late Dr. David  Livingstone, the African missionary and  explorer-      Tlie   deceased   was  born  at  Blantyre in 1811.    At tlie age of twenby-  nine he euiigrated  to  Canada..where he  went   into business as a chemist.   His  striking reHemhlaneG to his younger and  more famous brother was luuuorously remarked on by Henry  M. Stanley  ou   his  return after relieving  Dr. Livingstone in  Africa. __________  Carnegie's Latest Pad.  Pittsburg, September 12.���Friends of  Andrew Carnegie say he will become a  candidate for parliament for Sutherland-  shire if bhore is any way of accomplishing ib. He wants bo go to parliament, it  is claimed, to agitate the proposed alliance between the United States and .England* of which he has written and made  reference in speeches. He will not have  to renounce his American citizenship, it  is claimed, because he has none, never  having been naturalized.   Only a Rumor, but���  There is a rumor in circulation to the  effect that president Hill, of the Great..  Northern railway is the real owner of bhe  Nelson electric street railway, and that  through such ownership, he will not only  get into Nelson; but get to the Hall Mines  smelter as well.   -.  JohannI-Shurg,   September   12.���-Tlie  Uiblauders of  Boxburg have appliedyto  the burgholders for permission to remain;;  neutral in the event of >war,--but.,were re-s  fused oh the/ground; bhab as RHtons iu_-y  )iiineiSi!%'e\henlgr'0|le  ,���.,..  imaniyfOii"chrty'*until:ovdered;^  ^blgrail^r  .fiiiin j^-Bii^  '^0ssil)T^l!e;'r^^^E^ :^|  �����A.�� ri-j: .i-t-i  ���b"i!ib^'"foW'. piletli^bhi.&th^  :of/bhe-:;Son&y&f^h;.  cept the suggested; eonfer.eiiojef.atsCape-i  .town,.' 'Th-Vitaiega^^^^  tire-' Ti.aiiB^'ju^%rIf^jl^S^  ���a-nd^oyne pf'the;^OCij^if^|^ia'l|--'^  |- -of the ^rftnsyaaTiZ'&xfe^ ..  Mr. Frochers who,; 4i-as1y/|^ii|t,ecl^i7.i'0ij:^  ueutly in soiiie :of ;tlm. *3Ei^iite;itcg|||i{tt^j^^  ;as tho sped'iat��agelftyQi^  State. ���.."-..  The Dude as a/fen|iotaite,5 f y  i=^v/,vSEiNGTONj==^epteiube  boom of Barnes ILainiltoh Xiewis fftr tji,  Democi^tic v1ee-fn'eside;n'tiai honi^inftijo^/  next year seems %& have beeii  ^eiij* -^ifef.-'y  Cessffilly  launched,     Stoi'iel,  Wej?0   iMnifeS'  broadcast from Washington ftil &W? iiiie; J  country to the effeeb that colonel SS*yap:.T���  and his fiMCiids were cOnsiclering th;o;lfo:i*-;;ss  nier congressman from WWhi.UgtOi|ygtat<?/��  for tliis high position.    Before his. ajjpiv'fe_���'���?  ture for Rumpe fiolonej iLewiS;, i$'.Is'Tj^.  Tie\'ed,-was a\vai'e of tlie"'facfcytjljijl"jiloy^y  DotiioCKitu' leaders w-0i��e considering hint.1:"  ff��r a   rinining niate  for iedloiwsl Rt^ife /;  provided it Was doC.ided; that it wtM:d$ b��3  advisable for tlieiii to take, some inan  from the far  West,    Of Coiri'se it  wOilht  be  uiiiidv'isabTe far*  these   politieioiis to  select a man from the middle west for  tlie reason that colonel  Bryan is a resident of Nebraska.    It  will, therefore, be  necessary to  select tlie vice-prcjoidential  candidate ft'om either tlie Pacific coast or  the Atlantic cost.    As George Fred Williams of Massachusetts does not seem to  be making any  determined   effort  to secure the nomination, and at one  time it  was reported that he would not accept  ib, no other man in the east looms up for  the   honor,   and   the  west  is  therefore  likely to be asked to present a man for  the vice-presidency at the next national  convention.   Hatred of Cromwell's Memory.  London, September 12.���A movement  is ou   foot  here to  protest against the  erection, outside  the  house of commons,  of a  statue  to  Oliver  Cromwell, on the  ground that tlie protector is an unlit person to be honored by a country still��� mbu-  arehial and under parliamentary government.   The protest is  unlikely to have  tho slighest effect, as the statue is not  erected by the   government, but is the  gift of some one who remains anonymous. THE TRIBUNE: NELSON. K C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 181)9.  it  {*"  11  ^^���^���7s>-l5:-^-tzJ-r-~'-e3-t^>'c:2-t^-<=l'^>mc^>-,  gk These new goods just came to us a few days ago,  fk and they are just what they look: New, stylish, and  jj4 the best value ever offered in Nelson. See them. We  S_ will not force you to buy; but handsome goods com-  m bined with low prices will do the rest.  #  W  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  %&  BANK  OP  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  _."E!"R*M:S   CASH  ���;&��  M  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  that there is more work than mayor  Neelands can perform and another official  is needed at a salary of $1 :*)()() a year.  Last year the city council required the  paid city officials to work; this year they  are paid to talk.  Th Kill': was only one mine manager in  bhe Slocan that proved by his actions  that he believed the men working for  him wore entitled to consideration jn regard to the question of the enforcement  of the eight-hour law. While he and his  men did not agree as to a scale of wages,  theyagrccd thateach had treated theother  in a business-like way. Had a majority  of the mine managers in the Slocan acted  in a like sensible manner, there would  have been no shut down in the Slocan.  The men who worked in the mines were  willing to treat with the men who cm-  ployed them, bub the employers were  unwilling to treat the men other than as  beasts of burden.  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  ��te ��rtbrote*  Daii.t Kdiiion  Wkkklt Kmtion  KlRST YhAB, NO. 21")  Skvknth Yi-Ait, Na U  Tin: membeis of the Nelson boaid of  ti.ide aie smely sufficiently independent  to pass a i evolution declining that the  president of the boaid, by refusing t<o,  woik bhe mines in which he is interested  as managei, is no longer a good citi/.eii of  this province. ,T. Roderick should be  made step down and out.  N. Clark is Wallace, M P. for West  York, may not be as bnlliant* a man as  sir Wilfiid Launei or sii Richaitl Cait-  Avright, but weie the Liberal party to  adopt the following, which is an extract  fiom a speech delivcicd by Mi. Wallace  recently at Toionto Junction, as a political piinciple, they would not only have a  renewal of their lease on office,  but would benefit Canada. The extract reads: "We need not ask any  '" favois of the United States. Our duty  " is bo consider what is the best thing  " foi the people of Canada; bo have our  "own lumber cut in our own countiy;  " to have the pulp manniactmed iu our  " own  coiuibiyy;  ajid____to__.pub a_di.fcy__.on  both bhese pioducbs. Canada has all  the facilities for being the gicatcst  p.ipci -making countiy in the wot Id.  We <ue ahendy incieasing our manu-  hictuies in this icsppofc onotmou&ly. 1  would piohibit the expoifc of pulp and  saw logs They make laboi, and should'  give employment heie to tens of thousands. The same policy 1 would adopt  with regmd to nickel and copper and  lead and gold and silver. Thousands  of people in Canada could be employed  in these manuiacluie_."  Tiik following articles are manufactured in Nelson, namely, sash, doors,  blank books, cigars, wagons, sleighs, tents,  awnings, beer, aerated waters, lumber,  boots and shoes, iron girders and columns, iron and brass castings, iron door  and window shutters, and misfit political  mine managers.  A Generous Yankee.  Montreal, September 12.���H. M. Whitney of Boston has offered the mayor of  Sydney, Cape Ih'eton, to contribute $2;"),-  000 towards the erection of a general  hospital in Sydney, provided he is one of  the board of management. It is the intention to include the surrounding municipalities in the scheme, it being a county  affair, and it is expected that in this-.way  over $."30,000 could be raised for the support of the institution. It has been suggested bhab tho county give the present  courthouse for the purpose. Mr. Whitney made his offer through the Cape  Breton Medical Society.  The Pope's Prayer.  A striking article on the pope has appeared in the Figaro from the peu of M.  Jean Alcaid, who thus descubes the  pope's mass: "The pope pi ays aloud.  Never shall 1 forget that Aroiee. Theic is  no monotony oi inflection or anything  else to desti oy the idea that one foi ins of a  supiciue pontiff speaking in the name of  humanity. What one hcais is the ciy oi  thosonowof a man whose heait em-  biaces with fatheily love the whole  round caifch. What is here speaking in  piayei is a priest garbed in white and  Avith yoais, whobe soul is, white  with the candour of faith. It is impossible for any one who has heal d those  accents of appeal and supplication to  foi get them "   Latest  viz  ii,  g    Novelties in    ��  ffl    Veilings %  # I  It Agents  I Buttericks  $ Patterns  Uj  w  :*;**.'3-9:_S*_"33:3_"3*3*-3'9 ",  FALL AND  WINTER  Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 12th and 13th  We take this  opportuuity   of  inviting   all the   ladies   of  m  _��.  ��  m  W Nelson to attend our Fall and  Winter  Millinery Opening  of a  m  ^ Paris  and  American   Pattern   Hats   and   Millinery   Novelties  # which we will display in our show-rooms on the above dates.  m  $  M  latest styles Ladies' Mantle Fall Dress Skirts,  Cashmere, SilH and Flannelette Shift Waists.  tfftv  ttv  .4/  vb  \b  0.  \it  .1/  \b  \H  Notion and  Drygoods  Department  Fred Irvine & Co.  I &  Head _uart0rs for  FiRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Wo make a spocI��I),y of  S!]ipl���p aqd Double Dressed  Good J)iy Rustic and Flooring  Shingles arjd Lath Kept in Stock  Ofllco and yard near C.P.R. depot   IC. G, BKER, Agoht.  Toronto is the one city m Canada tliat  Biiti&h Columbia can look to foi mining  capital that i_ willing to take ca en  chances No Toionto company opeiating  in th ib province has suspended a\oi!c because ot the enfoicement of the eight-  hour law ioi mineia woiking undei-  gtound.  Iii- the membei s of tho city council  know what they talking about, the city  finances hi c getting into a mess. Membei s  of the public noiks committee say that  theieaie no iunds, for neccssai y public  M'oiks, and membeis of the finance committee say tli.it theic aie no funds hc-  cuiso nt) faystcmatic^attciTYpt-j& made to  collect the scavenger lates, the sower  rates, the water uttes, or the electiic  light- rates, It is now proposed to create  another official, whose duty it will be to  assist -tlie mayor in .seeing tliict the people  pay the city what they owe under the;  above heads, Ope of the issues of tho,  last niunicipi/l election was the mayor's  .salary, and the present council reduced  the s,i'lai:-y ofthe mayor Ijecanse in fcJrcir yj  cnyrinioil tlie diities of the office v\-ei-e not  VN'Oftii $2000 a yeais.    It is uovv loiiiid  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  fe:#^ -*��*S^ ���^���S��3?  i October J  �� Delineator  t Now on Sale  Ml  m  M  SPECIAL ATTEUTM  Ha-4 0 just i,ccei\ed a consigniiicnl of Harris homo  nmde twecdh from Talbot Hnni>-, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBB, Bakep St. Nelson  The oupply Ib limited, so call early and oxamine this stock.  Do You Want One?  Thai room of yours needs  "freshening up" for the winter months.  can give us the size (length,  breadth, and height of ceiling)  of the room* or rooms,  INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just opened up a  consignment-of-Cigars���con-^  sisting ofthe following standard brands;  $oGk Superfinos  Bock Conchas  Boch Puritanos  Ilenri/ Clay Conchas Extras  jfrenry Clay Pibriidnos.  JJpmcbnn Conchas  Triumfo Conchas  La Lolja Conchas  We also carry a full line  of Domestic Cigars at prices  to suit all trade.  If yon want a t-tyliih per/cob lilting <smt, made of I ho  b_4 cloth o.er imported to "Nelson, loino jour ordei  with mo.  Six hundred dollars v,oith of now goodi now wait  ni(f your inspection.   I guarantee s ilisfaotion or no sale.  SUITS $25 J. R. Wi^AY  Nelson's up lo date Tiilor, next Kootenay Collt-e Co.  Gut Prices is the  Order of the Day   jAiull -w nit to in/m it.   I Iwvo just received   1<ii,1 suiiplis of Suitings and O;or  coitinpis lcprc^cntitig a $d0,(fl0 slock to  choose fiom made to jour ouler at pnres  niiei l#i,foioh(!Lid of in Nclhon All tho latest,  fads in Imucj   VostniKS for F.ill and winter.  Tiie Nelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  I.u(jo miinbii of (hoico bu.ldin):' lols hIikliiI lo (ho  lineot thtu ti uii�� n I ot pi ice and Imnsol s,ili, ipjih  lollic ollio( of Ihe compim ^1 icdoiuild block, coi nci (.1  Josephine awl Vci lion slmls  T  V  DUNCAN, Sccicl.Uj.  Charles  D.  J. Christie  GENERAL  BROKER.  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND IlESIDKNTIAI,  PROPERTY  .JO by   120, Baker btrcet.  W.ud streets  between  Josephine and  50 bj 120, iUkcr street, between JoKcphmo and Hall  stieclH, coiner  ^strtef WlU" 1,,lpro^ 0n"0I1t8p souUi sido of Vernon  ^stroif WlUl 3n,pro',e'nontsp south sido of Vernon  2J lots -jmIIi cottage i en ted at ��15 per month, Victoria  i lot,-, with cotUgo rented at ?20 por month, SUnloy  6 lots in bloek ill), all cleared and fenced in. .  AGKNTS POR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  98000  5000  6000  3500  .mo  2300  e  H_ D. Asteroft  ELAGKSmiTHINGi  AND IXPERT  HORSESHOEIIHG  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  I"N"S**CJ*B-<SL.-*fSrC*H5  KEAL ESTATE AND IjOANS.   TO LKT���Sc\ecal houseb of different si/ci.  FOR SAIjK���Real estate in all parts of tho city.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  11-76 Mai-o Street, Vancouver. B. 6,  ��� Wagon -repairing promptly attended to by a flrstrclafls  wheolvvrislit.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing;, and  oufitom work from outside points.  ANNOUNGEIVIENT  Having leased the bus! ihskb of tho Nelson Soda Water  Factory. 1 am prepared toxupply the tnido with all kinds  of rairnouaUsd mid aerated waters. Family orders solici-  tod.   Prompt (lolivcry.  Factory on  Hoover street.  H. M. CUMMINS  do the rest.   In price,  beauty of design and quality  Oar Wall Paper  bargains will surprise you.  Canada Drag and Book Co..  L.i*M:iTJS3r)  Comer of Haker and Stanley Streets, Nolson -  Bay Stores  "West Bakor Street.     Telephone 13.  'X,"E!X.'E3-_*i*__:0"N*'S3  136  During tho, season wo will deliver ice at private residences  jind business houses daily in any  desired quantity at casonrable  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  APPLICATION TO  TRANSFER LICENSE  Notice is hereby ffivon that I will, nt the expiration of  thirty dnywfrom the dale of this notice*, npply at the next  sitliiiK of the {.jcuiisIhk Jlnard nf the C-Ilo" ��f Nelson  Hritlsh (Idliimljiii, to ho allowed to transfor the retail  liqnoi1 license now hold by nie f(ir the KxcheiiilerH-ihion,  situate on I,tit I Block 12, in tho City of Nelson. British  Ciiliiliihin, lo James Neelands.        A." II. ('JjlOJilKXTS.  Daled at Nelson, li. C, September 1st, 18!W,  Sfjop:   {{all Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  ��� ��� ��  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS   ...  BoiirdiuK and day schcol for girls will re-open on the  15th day Of Ailsust.   Vacancies1 for boarders:   For tornis  and prospectus: Uiiiily lo   "MABJiMpiSKfiLftl KKltN, Pi-incipal  BuMjsj fop Fall Pl&xiimg  : 20.01)0, Ifolland Bulbs to nrri vein September; ;')0fl0 Japan  lyilitis toitri'ive In (livlober; ISOil Hhodoll. iiill'OiiH, Azaleas,  JVIaXHOlias, Hoses, eta., lo iirrive in Getffbur, 'riipnsinids  Uf Itoses, Caiiieliii'S, Fruit null Ornamental Trees, Siirnbs,  etc., (.rowiuK. mi my own grounds for the fall trade.  CalnloBvie free.  "V^^^JEIJD BEOS.  Ileal EsUlo and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  _-CUSTOMS BROKERS   AUCTIONEERS  SEAL mm and GEpflAL mm  Baker Street. iSlelson  SlkST DGOii WiSST BAKIC B.C. BUILDING.  la  and  M. J. Henry  Vanqouvei*. B. C.  UNION   MADE  Kootenay Cigar lanfg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  MINERS WANTED. ,~  Tho TaiiKier Jline, Ijimited, Albert Canyon, on tho  main Uric of the C. I*. It., 22 miles east of Kevolstoko, requires six good miners.   Wages f.f.50 por day.  Omm DOLLAR A LOAD  Tho undersigned has a largo qttantit.y of fir, cedar, and  tamarnc slabs, in lU-inch ami 4-foot lengths, suitable for-  stove wood, which will bo sold for $1 a. load at tho mill  yard.  . ��� .-:; NELSON SAW & PLANING: MILLS, Limited.  Nelson, August 191 ii, 1899.  HAIB GOODS AID HAIB OfllAMEWTS  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. W.KKARNRYhas opened a Ladies Hair "Dressing Pxi'lor in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is prepared to firnish everything in the way of liair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of the scalp a spocialty.  STYLISH   DRESSMAKING-  COSTUMKS FOR ALL OCCASIONS  FUllNISlIKD ON SHOUT NOTICE.  Josephine Street,  NKLSON  Wo .gf'vc tho V-0i��y Bwv TuijSMS to 1'llO.SO  wishing to borrow monoy oil iinproved re/il  ostato,  Tlici only coiiipany in fcliftprovince fcliafc gives  you tlie privilege of paying off yoiil' whole  SiOavi at Anv Tuns without a Bonus on c-i'v-  ing ti GO day nofcicfi of y��ur intention was so.  GAMBLE ��S& 0��RHIULV9 A.gts  British Columbia Bermanelit Savings & Loan Company.  Globo Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  Mrs. E. McLaughlin  (Kx-Shcriir of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consigtjmeutB ot merchandise.  Postoflico Box 672 Nelson. B. C.  s  '8550 will purchase a choice residence corner, 100 by Y>0  feet.  $2100 will purchase a central lot and residence.  _J0O will purchase two nice lots and shanty, Kobson  street, Huhib addition.  ��,"000 will purchase four nice lots and residenco.  10,01)0 Pooled Kainnont 4 cents.  Hlankcnck (Ymir) shares 20 cents.  5000 Utica at li cents.  ALEX STEWART    turner & Bocckh block, Nelson, B. C.  SQUIRED   RANCH   FOR   SALE  .OontaiHlng l��o'acres of land w-ltbin one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FRED J,  SQUIRE,   Nelson,  B.  C*  ,51,   tT^7^ rrr *J-i*�� �� THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i3, 1890.  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STRATIICONA AND  AIT   ROYAL, Prosldont  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-Prosidont  K   S. CLOUSTOM" General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  isr*____so_sr *B*___^."isro"Ea:  N.Vf. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       RltAKClIKS IN       LONDON  (Bnfrland).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal citics-iu Canada.  Huy and soil Sterling Kxchaiifjo and Cahlo Transfers  GUANT COMMKHCUJ, AND TKAVKI.T.KltR' CllBniTS.  available in any part, of tho world.  DRAFTS I8KUKD    COLLECTIONS MADR, KTO.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl^aguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yur\oq District.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRKNT RATK OF INTKRKST PAID  WESTMINSTER'S   RED   LETTER    DAY.  New Westminster Columbian.  The trembling light of tho Sabbath  morning beheld tlie battle over, the fire  fiend satiated-Avith his terrible victory,  and looked down upon a blackened, .still  sullenly glowing, Avaste of grotesque and  shapeless ruins, where, but a few hours  before, had stood as Avell built and handsome a town, business and residential, as  one would care to see. It was a sorrowful Sunday, that which followed the Saturday night, a year ago, of the fearful  scourge of fire. Feelings of regret, and  Avell-nigh despair, strove Avith the inability al most, to grasp and realize the calamity Avhicli had happened in a night,  . and the comparatively few, living in the  more distant portions ofthe town, wlio  knew nothing of the terrible experiences  of the night, Avere, as may be imagined,  dismayed beyond measure, Avhen they  "came down town."  But  even  such   an   apparently   over-  Avhelming disaster  was not Avithout its  silver lining, in the  very darkest hour.  Even  the first poignant pangs of grief  and despair were lightened aud  relieved  by the kindly expressions of sympathy,  accompanied by practical manifestations  ' of the same, which  poured in from near  and far, Avithout any limitations of race,  creed, or nationality, and many kind dor.-  oi'_,   on both sides  of the international  .boundary    liner    nctcd  'on>   the    wise  -apothegm, that "lie gives twice'avIio.givesJ  ��� quickly," thus obviating any immediate  suffering  from  the'effects   of  the   (ire,  which  would have been* serious but for  this  timely  and   welcomed   relief.    The  more permanent relief, which continued  to flow in for some time afterwards, Avas  not less welco.re and beneficent.  ' Recovered from the-first .shock of the  U";'amity, the pluck and courage, and invincible determination and energy, niaiii-  Ifested, as if Avith one consent, by the poo-  jpie of the burned  town, were, in tlicni-  I selves,   a   largo    compensation   for   the  loerrible disaster Avhich  drew  forth the  jxercise    of   those    admirable    virtues,  .which, in turn, have reaped their reward,  u ther splendid achievement of a twulvu-  liionth, towards restoring the town, that  lve have before   our eyes,   today,   and  Jvhich  AAre   have    endeavored,   in   those  pages, to set forth and sum up, for the  lienefit of our own citi/.ens and the oufr-  |ide world.    The showing is certainly a  | lost creditable, and gratifying one, and  j'C may Avell call the anniversary of the  lreat   fire,   "Westminster's    Bed-Letter  j 'ay," an d the day, if we mistake not, of  I io opening of a iioav and better civic era.  [I'lefHTIlfcr   THE   SOCIAL  INSTINGT,  ��� Ilitjdilton Koralrf.  ��� Every iioav aiid then you hear of an  Jiti-treati-iig society springing into ex-  jjteiiCe. being enthusiastically acC'ltiiilied,  |!iun$hiii;g and growing:; then .^iiddonly  (ietflines and soon you hear nothing  JiOfe of it because it lias ceased to exist.  l/itat has become of tlie greet aiiti-trea t-  \g movement started in Ghic/tgOft few  iionths ago���the movement tixiXb liad a  itton for its badge? Evidoiit)ly it lias  [lone glimmering through the gloom of  (tings that wore." But now Ave hear of  li Other movement of the same kind  [arted iu Balliinore, where a society litis  ['en organized called the Aiiti-Treatiiig  Irele, Although a circle is supposed to  live no end, we do not hesitate to pre-  2t thafc this circle Avill prove 'Mi ex-  Jption,  (The Baltimore eirclo hopes to grow un-  |! it embraces the whole North Ameri-  vu continent.   Its methods   are   some-  jliat more elaborate than those   of its  I'-edecessors.     Its   founders   believe   in  j'tiial as a means of solemni/.ing the vow  (.posed upon tlie man who has decided  shun the evil of treating and being  leated.    Here is part of the initiation  .'���oceedings, as described by a Baltimore  [iper:    "The circle holds regular nieet-  gs once a Aveek, and since the sign has  ���sen put out a number of applications  Jive been received.    Tlie membership at  Jreseiit  is  twenty-eight.      To join   the  tub,  a  person  pledges  himself   not  to  ���eat.    He appears at a regular meeting  ixd   is   initiated.      The    president   au-  Jounces his name and then orders him to  F-eat for the last time.    A keg of beer is  J't'i hand, and, as the new member turns  ['je spigot to draw the beer, he receives  an electric shock violent enough to make  him jump. A pen is handed to him with  which he is to sign his name to the roll,  lie finds, when lie takes the pen, it is  charged with electricity." .For each violation of the obligation a lino of 2ii cents  is imposed.  All this may be good fun for the boys:  but it won't last long. In fact, these an-  ti-treating societies should not be necessary. If a man really wants to stop  treating other folks 'and having other  .folks treat him, can easily have his way  liy just exerting his will. He can just  decide to 'say no, and stick to it. But  this tendency of men to associate together to oppose the treating habit is in  itself evidence of the tremendous power  of the social instinct which is at the root  of the evil that they are fighting.  -A Japanese Dinner.  He who does not like the Avay the  Japanese cook fish must be hard to  please. They are better fish cooks than  the French. The .Japanese waters are  very prolific, and the natives seem to  have learned in cooking to preserve the  inherent flavor of the fish, while their  sauces are very simple. And as for eels,  as they are cooked at the kandagaAva, a  teahouse in Tokio, he who has tasted  them-lias established a standard iu his  mind by which to judge other eels.  Seaweed Ave had, too, thin as paper,  and crisp; i't is the weed of tho sea that  is left oil the rooks, aud scraped from  them by the iisherAvoinaii with shells,  and then dried in the sun. It is eaten as  a relish, and litis a delicate flavor suggesting cinnamon.  Rice avc had in abundance; it Avas  served from a bucket (not unlike ours,  but not quite so deep) of uu pain ted Avhite  pine, with a little Avooden shovel sonie-  Avhat like those our children use iu playing at the seashore. Our rice bowls were  filled again and yet again, and when Ave  covered our boAvIs it meant avc had finished,dinner. I have soon the Japanese  look witli indifference' at a.fish cooked in  a Avay that made, my mouth fairly Avater  with desire, but when they are ^ervocl  with rice' it receives, their immediate  attention.   "  With our dinner snake AA'as served. It  is the national spirituous drink, and has  been described as looking like sherry, and  is served Avarm. It is made from rice,  and is not sparkling, neither is it strong,  and its effect is very gentle and agreeable. I do not knoAV just Avhat AAre drink  in America that has a like effect; it does  not give that happy exhilaration that  champagne does, nor that feeling of rosy  respectability of Burgundy, it has not  the stolidity of lager beer, nor the concentration that our cordials have.  Only Way to Win.  Toronto Telegram.  The Ottawa Free Press brackets Joseph  Martin and  \V.   AV.   B.  Melnnes  in its  sneer at "impracticable" politicians.  The  career   of Joseph   Martin  has   been   so  rich in practical results to the party and  the country that it needs no explanation.  And Avhat  act  in   the*  career of Mr. Melnnes suggests  that  he  is  "impracticable?"    When little more than a boy, Mr.  Melnnes was practical enough to take advantage of divisions in an overwhelmingly  Conservative constituency and Avork his  own  way  to  parliament.    Neither Wilfrid   Laurier    nor    the    Liberal    party  could     do     anything     to     help     Mr.  Junes     in     Nanaimo,     and     yet     the  man    Avhose-  skill    and    strength   won  a  Conservative   seat   for   the   party  is  sneered at as impracticable.    Every pub-  blic man who is not content to  cling to  jhis seat in parliament and fool the people  'is apt to be denounced as  impracticable  :by the Ottawa'Free Press and other at-  ��� torneys  for  Ontario  Liberalism.    As   a  Canadian,  Mr. Melnnes  is  right in  declaring  war  to  the  death    ou  oriental  j labor.    Wilfrid Laurier has not hesitated  'to perpetuate conditions-Avhich Avill make  it uncomfortable for the  Avhite  laborers  of British Columbia, and Avhy should Mr.  FULL LINE OF  Melnnes hesitate to create conditions  Avhich Avill make it uncomfortable  for sir Wilfrid at Ott.wa ?  British Columbia has no right to  blame eastern public opinion for the Dominion government's failure to enact  laws against Oriental labor. The milk-  and-water tactics of Hewitt Bostock and  Aulay Morrison encourage the govern -  ment to trifle Avith the question, and if  the one strong man in the whole British  Columbia delegation acts so as to persuade Eastern Canada that the Canadians  on the Coast are in earnest on this question the Laurier government Avill no  longer be permitted to refuse protection  to Avhite labor on the Pacific slope.  The Better Class Can't Blush.  One can buy American beef in London  cheaper than in New York. AVhy the  latter city should bo so oxpcnsi\*c a place  to live in is not clear to any one avIio has  not investigated the conditions there.  The municipal government is still such  as to call the blush to the faces of tho  better class of its citizens.  The Tremont Hotel  Hf|AL0iVE & TREOILLUS  PROPRIETORS  The Finest Residential  Property  in Nelson  FAIRVIEW  ���  (BOGUSTOWN)  All the   unsold   lots  the  market  desirable  for residences  in   the   Fairview   Addition  to   Nelson  are   now on  at reasonable  prices and on easy terms.    This property  is very  Apply A-  to  West Baker Street, Nelson.  T. M.  WARD, Sole Agent.  P. Bums & Co.  Head- Okkick at  NELSON, Ji.  C.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  Wholesale Markets at Jfelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Retail .Markets at Nolson, Kaslo, Sandon, Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Trail, Grand Forks,  Cascade, Greemvood, Midway, und Sirdar.          Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  Big ScFjooqer  Beer or H"alf-  ��ar_d=.HaIf....  IO Cts.  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair, Rail/  Mouldings .  Shingles  Rough arid  Dressed. Lumber  of ill kinds.  If what you-wnnt Is not jn stock wo will* make it for you  CALL AND GET .PRICKS.  THK BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND|  One ofthe best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  BaKer street; j��eison E. G. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Largo comfortable bedrooms and _flrst-class dining  room,; Sample rooms for commercial men. '  aSjS-TBS   _?2   *_="E3*E*i  *_D.__,-_r  Mrs.  E. G.   CLARKE,  Prop.  Late of tho Royal Hotel, Calgary,  Nelson Tent and Awning Factory  N]ANUFACTORY 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     THEO.   MADSON  Calgary Brewing & Malting G0., ltd.  A CAR LOAD OF THEIR  FAMOUS  LAGER!  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  CHARLES HILLYER,  PKK8II>KNT  HARRY HOUSTON,  BKCKKTAKY  Nelson Sew & Planing Mills,  HAS ARRIVED IN NELSON  D. fjUME, Manager.  LIMXTIEIX  MAKUKACTUKRH8 OF AND  DEALERS IN  THE BEST GLASS OF BEEE IN NELSON* IS  ATTHB-  Corhor Silica and  stn.filo.jr Streets.  E. i), GURRAN, Prop.  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings   Boors-and Sash   Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  FACTORy WdRR DONE TO dltblCK,  speii as  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Worlc  IN BTOCK  01ass of all Sizes and Kinds  The finest hotel in tho interior.  Largo samplo rooms.   Steam hoat and electric light.  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON STS.. NELSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARP STREETS. _NELSON   TURNER, BEETON & CO  j  AGBNTS FOR KOOTENAY D1STRIC3T.  JUST ARRIVED A CARLOAD OF  Anheuser=Busch Lager Beer!  Highest class Lager produced.        On  ASK FOR  sale by the trade in Nelson.  IT  R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for B. C.  A. B. GRAY, Agent for Kootenay, Bukcv St,., Xi-Ihou, Noxt Oddfellows Building  UttPHK  '1,'IIE  AOHPICKS   OF  The Boyal Agricultural and Industrial Society  of British Columbia.  WILL   HE   HBLI)  AT  ON  Sawmill on Government wharf.  Fttotory and ofllco, corner Hall street and C.P.lt. track  Tho only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  mana|?c!iion t; since 1890.  Tho bodvrooms are well furnished and lighted by  electricity!,  Tho dinin&yooni is not second to any in Kbofcohay.  Thobaria Always stocked bythe best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars,  THO  MAS .MADDEN. Frottrlotor.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPiBWHAITH  J. McPHKB  KoiltiayJfct_ieJ.uppIj_anLConstEHetion^Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Odwpleta BleotMo Bqulpflmnt- lor Bleetrle Power Transtalsalon &nH Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunclatoi-B, Btc,  P. Q. Boat 606. Josephlae Street, Nelson. B. O.  '���tfNm**,, e- *=*���*  OCTOBER 3rd, 4tli, 5th and 6th.  $15,000 IN PRIZES   . $15,000  OPEN  TO   THE   WORLD  A Round of Pleasure for i'our Whole Days  HOKSK luorcs     hiovclic hacks     aquatics  CHAMPIONSHIP LA CROSS K NAVAL ANI)  MILITARY SPOUTS RYMKIIANA  HASK BALL    TOOT BALL    HAND  TOUKNAMKNT.  MAG-NiriCENT ILLUMINATIONS 1  Gruntl eimeori.'every evening.  Special n-Uraclimi tit.'t.hu Now Westminster operahoiine.  Monster exclusions from all points, al. greatly reduced  rules.  For special features sec -small hand bills.  . Nn en trance' fee charged for exhibit*.  KXKCUTf VK���ills worship mayor Ovens, T. J. Tiupp,  W. .1. Mathers, Geo, 1>. Rrymner, R. P. Anderson, Aid. J.  P. Scott,, Aid. M. Sinclair.  l<*or prize lists, entry forms and full partibulars, wrilo  10  T..I. TRAPP. ARTHUR JMALINB.  President. Secrelnry.'  W. U. IvKAKY, Commissioner,  ���s ana mmm  WILL 1)0 WELL TO  BOY THEIR LIMBER  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  J. W. SMlf Hi 'Proprietor;'  Largo and well lighted Heated by hot id  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  KIcotrio bolls and light; in every room  Renovated and refurnished throuKhout  HOTEL VICTORIA  J. V. PBRKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains D'ovaleJ-nlra    R   fi  Hourly stroot car to Btation ilBVeiSlORB! D. U.  Night Grill Room in connection, tor the convenience* of  guests arriving and dopartittg by night trains.  St. ALICE WATER  ���from the Harrison llbl Sprinj��*.  THIS ON.LV .VATIIJIAL MLViawL WAT.Ivlt  JIOTTIJ-J1) IN itRI-riSH COLIJ.MMlA.  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  A largo stock of first-clans dry material oii hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  "FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  iwophoww   John Rae, Agent  RTRETSTERER~&Ca  . BRKWKUS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  *nZ^Xln*,.'������. trewry at. Nelson. |  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josophino and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS. DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITK HF^LP KMPLOYKD  33.      _g:*0"*Rfe*ir,      �����?_aO*Ea*RI*E31'0*R  Pailoce   Bakery  Bread delivered to any part of the city.  Cakes, ptistry, and confectionery a specialty.  CRAWFORD BROTHERS  Next to Royal Hotel. Stanloy Street, Nolson  APPLICATION TO TRANSFER 'LICENSE.  Thirty days notice is hereby given tliat I will apply at  the next sitting of the Licensing Board of Ihe City of  Nelson, B, C, to be allowed to tran-fer the retail liquor  license now held by me fbr the Clarke Hotel, siuia'e on  lots numbered eleven and twelve (11. and 12) in block,  -numbered llvo (5) of the City of Nelson, British.Columbia,  to Frank Campbell and George W. Harl.lott.  ������".-'     R. COLA RICK.  I>atcd at Nelson. B, C, this 15th day of August, ItJUD  G. W. West & Oo,  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGKNTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.    Standard Oil Co.  Washirigton Brick aqd Lii^e Co.  The H. W. l^cNicll Co*, Ud., Canadian Aqt'hjrai*.  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers lq  time 70 Ceqts per 100 pounds.  Will deliver In ton lota  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yahl or on scows at tfovoriiiiiQiit wharf.  The West .\ootenay Brick & Lime Co,, Ltd.  Bakor Stroot.        T. G. PROCTOR, Manager  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NKLSON, B. C.  Colfee roasters and dealers in Toa and CoU'ee.  Oirer fresh roasted coireo of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, por pound...:....- $   10  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds  1 00  .FIno.Suula.vl pounds.. ...-...; .......  1 00  Santos Bland, 5.pounds'-..';..;:'-.-.".������'.:'.���...:'.:...'.;.v/V.-.'..'.:���.���.;,.:��� 1.00.  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds..; ..;.;:...:���..;..;'...;... 1 00  Our Rio Roast, fi-pqiindx'....'..:.. :.::...;;...;..-.... 1 00  ���'���;_ A trial order solicited. ���:..���        .:������:.���...  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East  of  Oddfellows  Baker Steo��t  BIoo3_  West  Nelson Iron  MA.v'UKAGTUKKKS OK  BNGINB3, SOILHRS. SHAIfTlNGr-, IRON AND  BRASS OASTINSS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  llopaiw promptly attondtHl to.       P. O. Box 173.  LODGE   MEETIN&S.  t?-NlGHTS OP PYTHIAS-Nelson I.odeo, No, 25,  A^ Kiiiifhls of Pythias, meets in I. O. O, F�� llall.cornor  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'cloclt. Visiting Knights cordially invitod to attend.  T. L1LLIB, C. C. R. G. JOY, K. of R. & S.  NKLSON LODGE, NO, 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brothron invited.  NKLSOnT. O. L., No. Mti, meets in  I. O. n. F. Hall,  corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd  Friday of each month;   Visiting brat horn cordially invitod,  JOI-lN-TOVK,, W. M.      P. J. BRADLEY, Roc.Sec  NKLSON  ���/���(���.!{IK,   Number  23.   Kratornal Order  of  .. Katflso, meets every second and fourth Wednesday in  each .month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren Welcome.  J. IRVING. President.        3. TL WR.AY, Secretary.  ~ AKCHITBCTS.  TpWAUT & CAURUS-ArchitocU.   Rooms 7 arid 8 Ab  I J-J   ordoon block, Bakor stroot, Nolson. THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C.   WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 13, 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 MePHERSON, D. W. KING & CO.,  and other makers.  Postoffice Store  BAKKlt STUKKT, NKLSON.  J. A. GIUKER  Remember the Name  A's*** *����,��� :'sa ���  SfffEELAN'DS'  pis!      SHOE  liEMPORIUM  '���^kWw^fi'ir-���  It will be to your advantage to sec our large  and complete stock of Uoots and Shoes. We  carry the following lines: J. <fe. T. Bell, <T.  D. Xing <fc Co., North Star Shoe Co., Foots,  Schult/. ife Co., Stnitfoid Shoe Co., Ames, Hol-  den ��fe Co., and other leading makers.  I'v-fr' ��, �� tr'i1'0-*"-^11-^  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Ee-Oommenced Work.  The "Nelson Coke & G.is Company will  resume the laying of pipe mains today on  Vernon and Luke streets. Carpenters  were put at work yesterday erecting  temporary buildings on the company's  site for the storage of material. Tenders  will be called for at once for the 'construction of the company's buildings  which are to be built of stone with an  iron roof. The company has five carloads  of pipe and plant on the road which is  expected to arrive daily, having been  shipped from an Ohio town on August  2(ith.    Judgment has been delivered by Lennox, J., iu the case of McDaniel vs. Rixon,  in which Marvin McDaniel of Hall .Siding  sued Thomas Rixon for $15, being the  value of a pack horse hired to Rixon and  lost on the trail. The learned judge reduced the value of the horse to .$2", and  gave .judgment for the plaintiff for this  amount.  At the regular business meeting of the  directors of the Kootenay Lake general  hospital, which was held yesterday, Dr. G.  A. 13. Hall was presented with a neat  onyx clock as a token of the appreciation  by the directors of his past services as  hospital physician.  MeBeath & Peters yesterday put a  force of eighteen men at work digging  the trench for the water main from  Cottonwood creek to the reservoir.  Wesley Colbick and Miss Lizzie Johnson were married yesterday afternoon at  the residence of August Thomas on Vernon street. The knot was tied by Rev.  C. A. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Colbick-. left ou  a honeymoon trip to Rossland.  The dynamos and electric fixtures for  the proposed extension of the city's electric light system arrived in Nelson j'es-  terday. Tlie car came over the Crow's  Nest road and made the trip from Montreal to Nelson inside of twelve days.  The parties who have bonded the  Hennessey claims on Midge creek are  making preparations to build a trail  from Kootenay lake to the claims. They  were in Nelson yesterday securing men.  S. P. Shaw has returned from Grand  Forks, whore he went lo assist the collector of customs at that place. It is not  unlikely that a customs  office  will be  OUR  GREAT  BARGAIN  SALE  WILL  BE  CONTINUED  THIS  WEEK  established at Pluenix, a town located a  few miles this side of Greenwood. If the  office is established, Mr. Shaw will apply  to be located there.  Hon. F. C. Cotton, the mainspring of  the Semlin government, is in Rossland.  If his programme is not interfered with,  Mr. Cotton will visit. Nolson today.  The London <fc British Columbia Gold-  fields, Limited, will erect an office building on Baker stroot, west of tho office of  tho Hamilton Powder Company. A. E.  llodgins is the architect. Tlio building  will be brick and two stories high.  Tho Parson Produce Company has  rented part of the basement of the new  Houston block for storage purposes.  F. J. Curra.n had an arm amputated at  the general hospital, and is reported as  doing well.  Every hotel in Nolson was full last  night, the arrivals for the day at the  Treniont, Queen's Madden, Hume, Phair,  Silver King, Grand Central, Club, Clarke,  Wavorley, .Shellirooko, Grand, and Victoria numbering 103.  The steel 1 beams for the Burns block  are being delivered.  Baseball Games Yesterday.  New Fork .*>. Chicago 12.  New York fi, Chicago .1���IS innings.  Baltimore 3, .Louisville 5���12 innings.  Brooklyn 11, Pittsburg S.  Philadelphia 13, Cleveland 0.  Philadelphia S, Cleveland 4.  .  Washington 7, Cincinnati 7.  Washington 5, Cincinnati <1.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted��� Four good stone cutters.  Wanes S3;) a day. A]i|>ly lo .lames Lawn. contractor now  court house, Kosshmil.  Wanted���Two or three furnished rooms  Tor lixlil. housekeeping, wilhin Ion minutes walk of I he  Queen's hold.   Address W. 11.. Uox !>">A, Nelson.1  For Sale���Lots 13 and M, block 42,  wit.li improvements.   Apply to .11. CI. Joy, Star Jiukory.  Furnished rooms to let.    Apply to Mrs.  L. M. Jameson, Carney Block, linker street west.  To Rent���Two stores oroffices and basement, 2;") by SO feet, also two living rooms on lirst, lloor,  opposite postollieo on Victoria strcol. For sale���Lol-s IS  and II block He, ��71K); hit,7 block In. addition A, 5_2<i;  lots 21 and 22 bloek 5. Apply to W. A. Jowett, Victoria  street, Nelson.  Furnished   Rooms ��� With  baths  .and  electric light." Silica street, opposite Kntflish church.  FAHYS  M20I  NELSON  THE  ���LOWEST  PRICED  MARKET  If  THE  STOCK  BUYING  SEASON  IS  HEBE  Tlie .groat slook-buyitij,' center is Nelson. It- -lias the  fnOst .-wholesale, .Utilises, largest stock, .beat, opportunity  ���fiir sofaofion 'lit {fund's mill liest. priceis.  AVe sell at wholesale iiud retail.   Wo have the largest  stock-In ,li. 0.  li'yuji want- atfood dittiuowl ring, goto Jacob Dover's  If you wa.)i,l. a nice ]>ihjk>k." to IVov/ov's ��� ���   '.-���������  ���  If you vtudt the latest, fit. f*mtl-urts go to Dover's  If,.von want .'I su'winn? iitachitiO #��> to JiovcirV  ifyofi 'want tl wuddiiiK present tfo to Povor's  If yon want, ti) buy at whi/losaie-RO: to Jlovcv's  ���If you, want IIrsl,-cliiSStfoods,tr.V .meob |)ovel?'s  Wat ell fb|.iairin(ir a specialty, all work Kiianml cert,  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson.  a nes  ss  i  _EX    IVE^-A-JBTIEETTJB   *te   CO  .53...  I;g8OT*��'S'*��8'*-3^^  Grove Hotel  NEAR FOBT SHEPPABD RAILWAY DEPOT  '���:;:������'.^:i:*   InTELSOj^F   .;  Telephone 93.  FOR ICE  CREAM AND FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  Gome in and try. our Ice Cream Soda and  "Refreshing Drinks.  Next I>oor to  P. Burns & Co.-  HUMPHREYS & PI7T0CK  CTE   FINBSTyyPLBASUBE   KESORT INt KOOTENAY  Special Notice to tlie 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 bestof 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  Ofllco on Baker street,, two doors from Bank of B. C.  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you witfy 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  KASLO  SANDON  Are You Going for a  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  The  Lawrence  Hardware  Co.  Kirkpatrick c�� Wilson  14 WEST BAKER STREET  Telephone 10.    Postoffice Box K & W  12  2  PAYS FOR A PINT OF NICE RICH  ANY FLAVOR  .   BsBrisay c& Ca  \  Get the Best Jams  NELSON LICENSE DISTRICT.  Notice is horolv. kIvch |,jin,i the undermentioned person  has made application under tlio provisions of the "Liquor License Act, ISHil" for ah hotel liGon.se.'it thoplaoosot  opposite to her luiniu:  Mrs. Alice Horry at Five-mile Point.  A meeting of the Board of License Commissioners of the  Nelson License District will be held to consider such  application at the Court House, at tho City of Nelson, on  Wednesday, the 27th day of September, 18!)9. at the hour  of eleven o clock iu the forenoon. _  -.WAT. H. BULLOCK-WEBSTER,  Chief License Inspector.: .  ProvisioiarlMic Olllco,  '".' NelHou, B.C.,. 12Ui September, 1899.   ...  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 Streot West, Nolson  John A. Irving c�� CoJ  Strachan   Brosj  2?IJ*Cr3Mi:*B*E3'R8, ���sax?-;,-  O'CEJ'B--. SOUS*EJ  3BX.OOK:  _ y"S^p*3����wfcr.

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