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 /  THE VASTNESS OF THE EMPIRE  Is a Source of Strength.  London, .September 27.���India's contribution of reinforcements to Natal is another illustration of the truth of the saying that the vastness of the empire is a  source of strength. Not only does India  lend troops to .South Africa, but she gives  valuable experience in the tactics of  guerilla "warfare. Lessons painfully  learnt .amid tho hills and glens of tlie  northwest frontier in 1.S97 may possibly,  in this year of grace, bo applied with  much advantage antl in tlie economy of  both life and treasure on tho uplands of  the Transvaal.  If war ensues, then may it truthfully,  be said never has a campaign been entered upon in a better spirit. Many a  defeat has been suffered from a foolish  contempt of tho enemy. The liners are  not despised; indeed, the sentiment they  inspire is in danger of going to the opposite extreme. The reputation for marksmanship gained by them in 1.SSI has not  faded by lapse of time; the intervening  years have magnified it, for they have  obliterated from the public mind tlie  diminutiveness of the British force, and  the fact tliat the fatal.mistake was made,  as it has been made both before and  since, of playing into the enemy's hands.  Our tactics were all in favor of the Boer  sharpshooters, and dead against masses  of disciplined troops.  But if tlie Boer shouts straight, the  Afridi shoots deadlier, and for pure personal courage the . tribesman' is the  superior of the Dopper. The Boer is  hampered by no transport; no more is  the Afridi. The Boer.moves rapidly over  . the ground; the Afridi descends on the'  rearguard from hill and ravine, like an  avalanche. The Boer for tho most part  is a volunteer; tlie Afridi is rather, more  .wanting in discipline. A Transvaal campaign would resemble an Indian frontier  expedition, with this notable difference,  the enemy would be 'civilized, aud not  barbarian.  And this question of civilization is a  decided point in favor of the British  army. Thomas Atkins Avill sleep sounder  at night on the veldt than ever he did on  the Pathan hillside. There will be no  risk of an enemy armed with ugly three-  foot knives rushing iu between pickets,  cutting tent-ropes, aud sticking the entangled men like pigs through the canvas  in the chill darkness before dawn. Sniping at nights will bo rare, even if ic is  ever indulged in. And if disaster should  ensue, there need not bo that particular  care for the .wounded which encumbers  ' the fighting line in all frontier actions,  aiid increases the casualty list so enormously. '  ' One great lesson Thomas Atkins learned  on thcludiau frontier was hot to "bunch."  The smaller'the target the legs tne number of hits. The 1st Gordon Highlanders  -are only known in England for the assault of Dargai ;* in Anglo-Indian military  circles they are better known for the actions they fought during the retirement  down tho Bara valley. They had then  ���mastered the great principle of guerilla  -'warfare���reach man to fight for himself.  Their losses were light compared with  the regiments who had not gaiucd this  . knowledge. The Gordon Highlanders  were not the only batallion "to master  the lesson, but I mention them as an  example.  A regiment does not at once master  tho art of scattering���of sharp-shooting  each man for himself. Their whole education in barracks has taught them to  cling together.  It will have been noticed that the  troops at Ladysmith have recently been  practised in guerilla tactics. The general  commanding in Natal is sir Penn Symons,  -K.-C.-B.,-who���was���in���command���of-the  first division of the Tirah Expeditionary  force, and who had previously commanded mounted infantry in the desultory fighting in the jungles of Upper  Burma. The lessons which general Symons learned iu the east will now be  taught to the troops under his command,  and he is the better able to adapt* them  to South Africa, since he took part in the  Zulu war, being then a regimental officer  iu the ill-fitted 24tli.  THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  dictation.    The authorities  send an  American  vessel.  are ready to  The Spanish  commission, therefore, will return to the  insurgent lines and endeavor to establish  an arrangement for tho delivery of the  prisoners on boiuul an American vessel.  Agujnaldo has issued a statement saying  tlio warlike activity of the Americans  litis prevented the concentration of the  prisoners as intended hut that tliey  would bo delivered up. The Tagals of  the island of Mindanao have expressed  their readiness to accept American sovereignty in exchange for protection  against the harassing Moros. A native  officer has offered major general Otis-  1000 Maccabebe tribesmen to fight the  Tagals of Laguna de Bay district.  Victorian Transcontinental Railway Scheme.  Special to the Tribune.  Victoria, September 27.���A public  meeting tonight, mayor Redfern presiding, declared unanimously iu favor of  the citizens committee's scheme for connection with three trans-contiutental  railways by means of a ferry from  Sydney to Point Roberts and by railway  thenee to Chilliwack, to be built and  operated by the co-operation of the Dominion, the province and Victoria city.  The scheme, however, is yet in embryo,  as the -committee neglected to supply any  assurance of its financial praetibility.  The citizens, however, realized tliat it  would be a good thing for the territory  to be secured and seemed ..willing to  ���undertake a large part of the burden,  which it is intended that they shall bear.  Spanish Prisoners m the Philippines.  Manila, September 27.���The American  authorities have declined the request of  general Jaranullo, the Spanish officer who  is settling Spain's military affairs in the  Philippine Islands, to send a vessel under  the Spanish flag to collect the Spanish  prisoners at the Insurgent ports, as stipulated by the Filipinos, on the ground that  the ports are closed, that such a step,  therefore, will be unlawful aud because  they declined  to accept the Philippine  TRANSVAAL AFFAIRS UNCHANGED  Kruger's Reply Expected.  London, September 27.���The Transvaal  situation remains uchanged though a  feeling of gloom has deepened. Cablegrams from Pretoria and Capetown show  that the general impression prevails there  that the Boers will not recede from their  position and that the feeling of unrest at  Pretoria has been intensified. Despatches  today announce that the Transvaal government has begun to appoint officers to  go to the front incase of hostilities. The  executive council of the Transvaal had a.  prolonged sitting yesterday aud has been  in constant telegraphic communication  with the Orange Free State. No decision,  it is now said, regarding the attitude of  the Free State has yet been reached.  The Transvaal's reply to Chamberlain's  dispatch will be drafted today and submitted to the raad iu secret session. The  mem bers appear convinced that Great  Britain is determined on Avar. Being  anxious not to force Great Britain's hand  the Boers will not take any definite steps  until the draft of their reply is considered, but notice lias been issued to the  Burghers to be in readiness for command-  eriug, Avhich "will commence shortly. The  Orange Free State raad continues in  secret session.  A telegram from Johannesburg says an  American -named Blake is raising an  American corpspli 500 men for the Boers.  On.uhe.Gapo side, despatches show great  .military activity in the direction of tho  frontier. The camp at Dundee now consists of two regiments of infantry, a  hussar regiment, two field batteries, one  mountain battery and- a detachment*- r.f  engineers. Tlie King's Royal Rifles are  now encamped at Ladysmith and the  Fifth Lancers arc ' arriving there. An  armored train left Capetown at midnight'  for Ladysmith. This train is looped for  rifles and machine gunsand is capable of  carrying 120 men. The Bechuanaland  bprder is closely patrolled day aud night.  It is reported that the Boer agents  liave made large purchases of grain at  Durban. The war office lias ordered tho  whole transport and supply for the army  corps to prepare to proceed to the Cape.  This is a very important order and means  the early despatch of an army corps-  Men of twenty-five companies are being  medically examined at Aldershot today.  In spite of these warlike preparations  South African circles still believe that  there will be no war, and that the Boers  will filially concede the British demands.  LOST BOTH JFOOT  AND  CASE  An Overdue Merchantman.  Vancouver, September 27.���Sir Henri  and lady Joly de Lotbiniere loft for the  east by today's Imperial Limited. They  will proceed as far as Revelstoke, thence  south through the Kootenay country,  visiting Rossland and Nelson, thence proceeding east over the Crow's Nest Pass  railway, and on to Winnipeg.  By this afternoon's Imperial Limited  the mortal remains of the late Emile La-  fontaine, C. ]_., of Ottawa, are being conveyed homeward for interment. The deceased was the assistant chief engineer of  the public works department.  T. Robinson of the Dominion Fisheries  office has returned from prosjjectmg up  the Thompson river, Shuswap lake and  Sicamous in company with W. W. Stumbles of the Marine aud Fisheries department, Ottawa. The object of the trip  was to inspect various proposed sites for  the location of a new salmon hatchery.  Several spawning grounds were also inspected with a view to the collection of  spawn in future. There are serious dififi-"  culties to be met with in this respect.  The arrival at Victoria has to be noted  of the British ship Lady Isabella, captain  Mc'Kinley. The Isabella is 136 days out  from Cardiff, Wales. She heard nothing  of the overdue ship Drumlanrig, now 131  days out from Montevideo, five days less  than the Isabella took to come  from       England. Shipping       men:  are iioav -getting anxious for, the  tardy vessel which" is bringing a full  cargo of general merchandise to Vancouver and Victoria. She put into Monte-5  A'ideo dismasted and Avas repaired at a  cost' of ,$12,500. As the passage from  Montevideo is usually made iu about 90"  days' the ship is now abovt 40 days  overdue.  A commercial traveler named Fleish-.  manu, Avho sued the C. P. R. for $20,000  because of the loss of oue of his feet at  Cassels, N. W. T., lost his case today. The  "jury found that the accident Avas not  caused by any act of commission or  omission on'the part of the company Or  its servants. y .        -   -  RAILWAY   AND    STEAMBOAT   NOTES.   Is Not Driving-A way-Capital.   B. Mansfield, Avho formerly Avas consulting engineer for the Excelsior Gold  Mines, Limited ��� the French com-  pany operating tho Joker mine���has returned to Nelson from Europe. He is  now representing a Loudon syndicate  Avith many thousands of dollars capital  Avhich it is intended to invest in gold-  copper properties in British Columbia.  Mr. Mansfield says that tho confidence in  London mining circles in British Columbia mines has been steadily increasing.  The nonsense wliich had been published  in some of the niining revieAVsand papers  printed in London, about the eight-hour  legislation need not be regarded as the  view of London mining men. It AA'as a  well-known fact in London that the  eight-hour day in mines Avas bound to  eome, as in Australia and NeAV Zealand.  Some people in the old country thought  that miners1 wages ought to eolne down,  but they did not realize the expense of  living in tliis province. Ia his opinion,  wages Avould, AA'ith prices, fall as the  country was further developed.  American Prisoners Well Cared For.  Manila, .September 27.���Two Englishmen Avho have arrived here from Tarlae  report that the Americans are treated  more like guests than prisoners. They  are fed on the best that tlie country  affords and everything is done to gain  tlieir favor. A Filipino paper says that  on the occasion of a recent fete at Vit-  toria in celebration of the mythical Fili-  piuo victory, the American prisoners  there Avere given the freedom of the camp  and fiA-e pesos each, Avith Avhich to celebrate the victory. The Englishmen also  say the Filipinos have offered all the  Americans commissions in the army, and  that three of them accepted, but this is  not believed.        ....  , Four carloads of copper matte were  earned, out on the^ steamer Nelson last,  night. Two,cars of the matte,came from  the Hall Mines smelter and the other two  from tlie Canadian Pacific smelter at  Trail. The Avhole is consigned to New  York.  Four of Nelson's wholesale houses made'  up a carload shipment of fruit, butter,  eggs, and hams and bacons to Boundary  points yesterday. The shipping firms  Avere the Parsons Produce Company, F. R.  Stewart <fc Co., J. Y. Griffin & Co., and  the Manitoba Produce Company.  W. P. Tierney & Co. announce that  they Avill commence work upon their uoav  contract on the Columbia & Kootenay  branch within the next tAvo days. It  will furnish employment for at least  75 men.  C. W. West & Go. yesterday received  tAvo cars of anthracite coal from Anthracite, Alberta.   Imported Men Will Not Work.  Five"nien_arme"d_Avith~lieAv rifles arrived  in Sandon yesterday. Upon enquiry it  Avas found that they had been engaged  by the OAvners of the Payne mine as  miners, their travelling expenses having  been paid from Montreal to Sandon by  McQuaig, the manager of the Payne mine.  They had been told that the rifles Avere  necessary for the killing of bears and  deer. The men had�� entered into contracts for Avork similar to those upon  Avhich J. K. Mitchell engaged the Sudbury  miners. They Avere enlightened tit Sandon as to the law of this province Avhich  makes A'oidable contracts for labor entered into outside of the province, and it  is more than probable that the Payne  mine Avill receive but little value in labor  return   for   the   transportation and  ROAD TAX WILL BE COLLECTED  The Traves Case Again.  At the meeting of the city council yesterday afternoon tho bylaw levying a  road tax of two dollars per head upon all  the male residents between the ages of 21  and 50 years was reconsidered and finally  -passed and adopted. The question as to  the collection of tho tax Avas then taken  ���up. Alderman Hillyer expressed the'  opinion that it Avould pay the city to  haA'e a special collector appointed, so that  the tax Avould reach those Avho paid no  other taxes at all, Avhom the council-specially desired to get at. This opinion  was shared by alderman McKillop, and  on motion R. J. Steele was appointed  collector.  .'; With respect to the litigation betAveen  the city and E. C. Traves over the breach  of the city fire limits bylaAV Avhich .Avill  come to triahat the approaching assize it  ���was decided to entrust the city's case to  Messrs. Tupper, Peters & Potts. -On  motion of alderman Fletcher, seconded  by alderman-Kirkpatrick, the city clerk  Avas requested to instruct the city solicitor  to prepare the brief iu the case and forward it to the Victoria laAvyers. The  opinion of the council Avas that as Messrs.  Tupper, Peters & Potts had but recently  revised the bylaAv-which has been attacked  they Avould be.the best persons to defend  their own Avork in the courts.  ���As the city scales are noAV in shape the  question came up as to what arrangements should be made for the collection  -.of fees and the services of a weigh clerk.  It Avas finally decided to refer the matter  to the mayor Avith poAve'rto act.  The city clerk called the attention of  the council to the circumstance that under the municipal act the.council had no  pbAA'er to enforce the measurement of  Avood, or to regulate the lighting of bon-  "fires in the backyards, of the city. He  suggested that the council should go into  the municipal act and see what amendments are desired Avith a view to securing their introduction at the next session  of the legislature. This suggestion Avill  probably be acted upon. *���',���.  *. .With respect to the complaint of Dr.  Hall about seAvage accumulating in his"  basement on Baker street, the sanitary  inspector Avas instructed to notify those  Avho are responsible for it that if the inii-  ��� sauce is not abated at once proceedings Avill be taken against them.  The city engineer AA'as instructed to  have the Avater main on Josephine street  betAveen Victoria,and Baker streets taken  up, and that a four-inch pipe be laid Ioav  enough so as to prevent freezing.  The question of the Hall Mines' water  supply from the electric light station Avas  taken up, and the public Avorks committee Avas entrusted Avith arranging the  rate which the company is to pay for its  future supply of Avater, as Avell as for the  water which it has used this yeai",  panics of the Sixteenth infantry, but on  account of the need of all tho available  men at the front, his force has been reduced to 70 men. They now remain near  tho big church where they aro quartered,  being too few in numbers, to attempt to  patrol the town. The armed uniformed  parties of insurgents recently disembarked during the night collected money  for the insurrection and preached revolt.  MINING AROUND NEW DENVER  Working Forces Increased.  Nkav Denver, September 27."���It is expected that senator Warner Miller aud  other members of the syndicate operating  through Percy Dickenson of Slocan City  will be in the Slocan tomorroAv. This  syndicate has iioav under bond about  twelve or fourteen claims at the head of  Ten-mile creek, totaling in value $00,000,  or thereabouts. The properties aie to be  Avorked during tho winter, and to aid in  this it is the intention to construct a  sleigh road up Ten-mile, connecting Avith  the Enterprise Avagon road. This Avill be  used during the season. Two representatives of the company are now examining  properties in this vicinity, Avith a view to  bonding.  J. Moore of Kaslo, government inspector of roads and trails, Avas 'here yesterday examining, into the needs of the  vicinity. The Silverton road, upon Avhich  money Avas spent -some Aveeks ago, was  found in good shape. On the Carpenter  creek road the government has allotted  $500 to put it in shape for the Avinter,  Avhile next spring the sum of $6000 Avill  be expended in cribbing and general permanent improvements. J. Moore states  that the proposed road up Silver mountain Avill depend upon the shoAving made  by the properties. If the government is  convinced of the need of assistance they  Avill not be at all backAvard in lending  aid."-' '.'���-.   :*" .;"'.  There has been a decided increase in  travel this Aveek and the hotels all report  an improvement. Several inquiries for  men Avere made here this Aveek.  Tho tunnel being driven on the Lake-  shore group, upon -which Avork was resumed last Aveek, has encountered a most*  promising talc ledge.Avhieh gives- strong  evidences of the proximity, of mineral. '-"*  ���. More men are being put on at the Arlington, the leading mine on Springer  creek.  Judge Walker of Winnipeg and party,  are  in  toAvn  visiting  his brother, 11, T.  Walker.  D. W. King has been tendered and accepted theposition of ore buyer for the  big smelter trust of the United States.  His district covers the states of Idaho  .and Washington, with headquarters at  Spokane. He leaves for the south next  month.  Eight men are iioav employed on the  Fidelity-Bosun.  THE STATUTE IS DISREGARDED  By Nelson License Commissioners.  The license commissioners for the Nelson license district yesterday granted the  application of Mrs. Alice Perry for an hotel license at FiA'e-mile Point. The  application Avas granted in the face of  the license inspector's statement that he  did not consider a license necessary, that  ho did not consider the applicant a fit  and proper person, and that he believed  that the husband of the applicant was  interested in the license, a condition  Avhich is prohibited in set terms by the  Liquor Licenso Act. There Avas also the  further evidence before the commissioners that R. F. Perry, the husband of the  applicant, had been fined $75 tho previous Aveek for disposing of liquor Avithout a license.  Just how tho commissioners got around  the point that R. F. Perry litis an interest iu the license Avhich they granted, it  is difficult to see. The evidence of Perry  Avas taken. It was in effect that he had y  virtually no means of support, that he  AA'as,a judgment debtor, and that he had  nothing Avhich the holders of the judgments could realize upoiVyupoJi... The  premises for '.-which the license Avas applied for Avere owned by his AA'ife, and if  the license Avere granted he Avas to be t  manager of the hotel business for his  wife.  The license inspector called the attention of the commissioners to the thirty-  fourth section of the license act, Avhich  reads: "No license shall be granted to  any married Avonian unless she be the  OAvner or0tenant in her mvn ..'right of the  premises for AA'hich a license is' sought,  and she shall satisfy the commissioners -  that the business to be carried ou is for  her OAvn use and benefit irrespective of  her husband."  In the face of. this Dr. Arthur said : " I��.  think some accommodation is requiredat  that, point. Whether or not these lire  the proper people to have the license, I  am going to make a motion tliat ythisjy  license be granted when the papers are in  proper order." y   ..   .   "'  P. E. Wilson said: "1  second the motion for! this reason : We have been very  lenient in the granting of licenses in this I  district, but we will warn the applicants y  that if there is any transgression" agamsty -  the license act in any respect the license y  will be cancelled forthwith."    y _       .  A Gushing Report of the Dewey Function.  New: .York, September 27.-���Through^  f roi ick i ng :swhi teeapjgpA  maj csti&i'l^tfjftliM^  and his^llarig;*^  thundeit^ifiij^*^  .."-'i- :��^���.^-���-ff^-���2v���i:-'.���^fe'x���'?j_.s^-,,'-��������S^fc.��i:^*f��J'*,,r:1'..����iKI  ���������y  in  travelling  men.  expenses paid for these five  Aguinaldo Attempts Reforms.  Manila, September 27.���Aguinaldo is  |tryiug to enforce good government after  ithe American fashion, ordering his sol-  jdiers to suppress a band of robbers, three  of Avhich Avere executed. He has also  prohibited gambling in the villages under his control. Patermo, the president  of the." so-called Filipino cabinet,  has fallen '���- into disfavor among  the Filipinos on account of his  peace procliA'ities. They suspect him of  planning to repeat his treachery of the  former insurrection Avhen he Avent over to  the Spaniards and they may expel hiiri!  Aguinaldo has issued a decree inviting  Filipino deserters to return Avithin ii  month in which they will be pardoned.  New  Lenox  knocked   out  eighth round.  Glove Fight in New York.  York,  September   27.���At  the  club    tonight     "Kid"-    McCoy  Jack  ���Kid"-  McCormick  in   the  NELSON.  J. Poupore came in yesterday from  Duncan City. He says that the grading  on the neAV line from ths lake to Duncan  City is uoav completed. In another  month it will be completed to Trout Lake  City. There are now 000 men at Avork on  tlie line. When the snp_A__conies_opera^  tions will have to be suspended until the  late spring.  A bloek of ten thousand shares iu the  Molly Gibson Mining Company Avere sold  yesterday by A, Ferland to eastern parties, avIio are anxious to get as many  more.  Hugh Sutherland \risited the California  yesterday, ft is reported that Avork will  be resumed there in earnest, and that a  number of new hands have been engaged.  Dr. Armstrong last evening discovered  what he mistook to be a badger in his  back yard. He secured permission from  the city authorities to shoot tho animal,  but when lie armed himself for the hunt  he found that it Avas a porcupine and not  a badger. The hunt Avas then postponed  until the civic authority could be .amended  to eoA'cr the porcupine's case and "when  this Avas accomplished the porcupine  escaped.  Since the notices were sent out notifying all in arrears for license fees to pay  up or stand -prosecution in the police  ;court the city clerk has received .$600 or  fully one-half of tlie Avhole amount. Those  avIio have not. yet paid up will be proceeded against,  E. Wilson has a force of eleA'en men  Avorking on the Rirdseye, a property adjoining the Athabasca, Avhich he has  bonded.  E. Williams, a. ho bonded the Chapleau  and Whitewater, is in London forming  companies Avhich 'will take over these  properties.  U. S. Force in a Tight Place.  Manila, September 27.���Tlie insurgents  are trying to incite the natives of Mala-  bon, a city of .30,0.00 inhabitants ..five  miles from Manila, to rise against the  American garrison. Captain Allen has  been holding  the place  with two corn-  Grave Fears for Safety of Dominion Liner.  Montreal, Septeniber 27.���Grave fears  are expressed for the Safety of the Dominion line steamship Scotsman, captain  Skrimshire, Avhich sailed from Liverpool  for this port on September I'lth. The  Scotsman Avas- due here on Sunday afternoon, but the only Avord so far is a cable  fiom Liverpool received by tho agents  .this.morning-saying-thnt���the���Dominiou-  of the same line, Avliieh arrived at Liverpool, had passed the Scotsman .'J00 miles  east of Belle Isle, and the  latter had signalled "all avoII."  This Avas on Thursday last. The Scotsman should haA'e passed through the  straits on Friday and reported at Father  Point on Saturday evening. Tho fears  entertained for the .Scotsman are enhanced by the known presence of ice in  unusual quantities both outside ami inside tho straits, and hy the great storms  reported on the Newfoundland coast.  The only fallible feature is the fact that,  the .Scotsman had, by reason of the strike,  a green crew in the fire room, but this it;  hardly sufficient to account for the delay,  as the Scotsman, Avhile not up to her  scheduled time avIiuii pasn-d by the Dominion on the 21st, was uut so far behind  but that she should have been reported  at one of the gulf ports long ago. There  are but few steamers reported inward  bound. The Melrose passed. Quebec tonight and the Cervona passed Father  Point this evening but neither reported  the missing boat. The Scotsman had a  heavy passenger list.  Treaty Between Holland and Transvaai,  Thk HagUk, September 27.���A treaty  of commerce and friendship is on the eve  of conclusion between Holland and the  Transvaal.    ^ .  The Last Chance to Open Up.  The Wilson brothers liaA'e decided to  open up the Last Chance ou Hall Siding.  Yesterday a ton of rails and about a ton  of'��� provisions Avere sent up there. II.  Wilson leaves this morning tp superintendent the Avork. A force of six men  have been engaged and more hands Avill  be taken on this Aveek. The water which  interfered Avith operations this summer  has now been all pumped out.  perhaps. did;'a,tijJ-U!n-ph  ing fro^i^-y^jjof'^  more  im^i^R^  upon tl^uj^jds^^^^d:aip^  balcony��.^^^  man of /'Ava^'-:!^  Avhere tliQ^LefeHa^ f  tugs, yachts 4nd''*"it^am  of barber 'di^ji':^*iB^  cheermgl"e^Hi:6iii^  Avhite  wails .dfV.felF^  brave mth 'i\- -"}t^lf0A^y^0ji^$^^ij^Sf4^l  Today's greeting'' ������^'^p^^yM^(��i^0^^  greatest by hig- 'coiurJwfes" yp^v|l:ii^la;fey'i1f^|  and it wins ..&tinrnj(Ji^  comrades-in arms sj^tjlljyjtf^  chance at him Avhei>: ?thGs'iuiIUoiiS'y^r^|f  awaiting the hoiioiv Th;e":'pe'dp!p'-iy'xWhfe?^  -gin-to-geHit^hlifli^**^  day.   To outward appearance,  the "vvet- ' "...  come   ho   received   'fi'pnl the  fleet   was? :������.'���''  strictly professional.   One c'aii- find the  salutes, the trumpet flourishes, tlio d'riu'W  j'uflles*, the parading of tlie inarioe guiirtj".  and all the rest of the eeremoip'es done . .���;  in his honor today described iii the naval  regulations     as     duo   to   one   of   hW    ':  rank.   But that only jmiiressed the mind  the more bee'ufse eveli naval rogtilatiOn.'a)  rigorous and inelKstic as  they  tii-e, cpliid,".'���'.,'  not   restrain   felje   pfciit   up   entiinSuis.ri'  wlien it broke forth us. it did occa^ipiially  in rounds of ehem's;, any more than it  could the bell cords of the skippers turd  the joy-mad. people aboard the oxciitfsiori  boats,    yiiecring is not permitted by the  naval regulation, aboard moii-'of-war, but  no reproof foliovA'ed;today'sbretifeliesofclig-!  cipli no.   leeway rose early today and could  be seen from the Atlantic highlands pacing  the Olympiad  quarter  deck.    The war*  ship Avas surrounded1  by  all   manlier  of  sailing and steam craft including a uuin-  ber of newspaper boats which had remained near the flagship all  night.    ^\.n  outward bound British steamer saluted  as she  passed with  her  small  cannon.  There was no answering boom  of guns  from the flagship, but a string of signal  flags   were sent aloft in response.* An  official visit was paid to Dewey by major  Burbauk, commandant at Fort  Hancock  and  his staff.     The visibot* was met at  the .gangplank and  escorted to the admiral's  cabin, Avhere  they spent half an  hour.    When they returned to  shore all  the    members    of   the    military  party  were enthusiastic over their reception.  Thousands that greeted DeAvey and  the Olympia had the satisfaction of seeing the hero of Manila, as he stood on the  superstructure- Avith assistant secretary  Allen and captain Lamberton repeatedly  doff his cap to the cheering crowds- in returning their salute \  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON,  B. C,  THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  28,  1809.  ens  nderwear  We   have   paid   the   most   strict   attention to this   Underwear  Department of ours,  but  feel   amply repaid by the expressions  of approval of the hundreds of men who come to examine our  Today avc are offering*  #  goods.  greater  bargains  than  ever:  w  and  Men's Fine Underwear @ $1.50 the suit.  Men's Special All-Wool  Underwear ('.!> $2.00  Men's Shetland   Wool,    Plain   or  Stripes  $3.50 per suit.  Men's' Extra  Heavy Shetland Wool @ $4.00 the suit.  Men's  Natural  Cashmere Underwear <W $5.00 and $5.50 the suit  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  per suit.  $2.50,  $3.00  We have quality to suit anyone, prices the lowest���of course.  MARTIN  O'REILLY .& CO.  %  BANK  OF  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  07*E]*R.']^S   CASH  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just opened up a  consignment of Cigars consisting ofthe following standard brands:  Bock Superfinos  Bock Conchas  Bock Puritanos  Henry Clay Conchas Extras  Henry Clay Puritanos  Upmann Conchas  Triumfo Conchas  La Lolti Conchas  We also carry a full line  of Domestic Cigars at prices  to suit all trade.  Overalls and Smocks  We keep on hand the "Levi Strauss," "Boss of the Road,"  and other well made garments at reasonable prices.  J. F. WEIR  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  ��to ^xxbxxnz*  Daity Edition  AVkkkly Edition  First Yeui, No. 228  Skvfntii Year, No. 30  The -]ouinaliRt and politician ot the  Kelson Economist is oil the fence on tA% o  questions, IJe believes Nelson should bo  a AA'ide open town find that the Semlin  goA, eminent cannot do anything without  bungling it. The mniouty of the people  do not seem to Avant a a\ ide-opoii toAA'n,  and somehow the Semlin government is  i mining along as if it v,ab aa'cII oiled. The  Vietoii.i Globe died aftei butting its  editorial head against the Semlin goveiu-  jnent and the Nelson Economist may have  a like end if it continues advocating a  A'aiiety theatie foi Nelson.  A AWorc-oi'KiN to aw means an influx of  the vicionsclemen t and a lai go polieefoi ee.  Nelson has got along fanly "well Avithout  the foimer and it does not want the  latter.   Tun fight again at the "Avide-opcn tovtn  element might as \\ ell be commenced iioav  as at any other time,  Zinc Percentages and Smelting Charges.  New Yo?irsliMiiiXp*."<l T ntjintciinK.Jouinil  Fiequently cnqunics are made as to  AAhat piopoitiou of zinc ib pcinnssable in  a lcad-sih er ore befoie a penalty smelting < liaigc is made. A lettei fiom Utah,  spe.iKmg on this topic, cites the ease of  one o�� the huge pioduccis of the state  Avhich has a tii'.itinentcontiactaccoiding  Headquarters for  first-class building material  to the tei ins of AA'hich an ore  may  cai l y  20  poi   cent  zinc  AAithout  any  penalty  chai ge.    Not  only this,  but  the settlements aie made on the aveiage /.me contents foi the month's shipments, so that  if an occasional lot inns 30 per cent zinc,  oi anything abo\-e 20 pel cent, A\lnlemost  of the cai loads ai e below 20 per cent,  then  theie  ,ue  no penalty ehaigcs foi  tlie month.     This is  looked   upon  as a  \eiy   hbeial   contiact,    paiticuhuly   as  ship"ionts  are,  of  course,   so  icgulated  uhat   tlie   month's   aA'eiagc   is   always  bcloAV*    20    pel    cent.        It    was     not  many   years   ago  AAheu   penalties  Aveie  chaiged foi any piopoitiou of /,nic above  10 pel cent.    IIowoaoi, much depends on  the othei ingiedicuts of the  oie,  and  it  should be said that in the case letened to  theie aio point'- in f.ivoi of the ore, as it  cai nes con��ideiable  non,  1\   to  'i\  per  cent coppei, some lime, 20 to 10 pei" cent  lead, besides the siher and a little gold.  Notwithstanding this, such contiacts aie  inteiestmg,  as  they  sIioav  steadily*  im-  pioving smeltci conditions in the West.  That room, of yours needs  "freshening up" for the winter months.  You  can-give us-the-size-(lengthy  breadth, and height of ceiling)  of the room, or rooms,  We  will do the rest. In price,  beauty of design and quality  Our Wall Paper  'ains will surprise you*  Drug anl look Go.,  3L_:*MI*1'J_!*E>  Corner of Bakor anrl Stanley Streets, NnlHOh  Hudson's Bay. Stores  West Baker Streot.      Tclcphono 13.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NELSON, 13 C. .  Codec roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  OPcr fresh roasted coffee of best quality as follows:  ���lata and Ai.ibian llacha, per pound .....$   il)  Ja-v a and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds    100  Fine SantOb, i pounds    1 00  S mtos Blond   o pounds    I 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds   1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds   1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East  of   Oddfellows   BlocK,   West  Baker Steeet ���  Brick and Lime  d7&&:&&&*$:*$: _?*^:*S*:��"�����***&<'S^'s'.^'S^s^^:  rvftr &  W/s        October        >"/  ��lr  Delineator      j{j  Now in Stock   &  VI)  ���;s-:'!r:��E:S;&5:S��-:\t��  #  #  x&  W)  \)i Latest Novelties  2      in      W  it m  U        Veilings        pm  W*9**S*5:*99:*SJff.  w  We are now showing* a complete range of new fall  and winter goods in all departments, and invite careful inspection of our dress goods, ladies' suitings,  ladies' silk blouses, dress Skirts, golf capes, mantles,  flannellette wrappers, shirt waists, children's reefers  and eiderdown coats.  $  #  $  %  -A_isriD :m:il:ili:n"de3:r,"Y"  We are selling blankets and wool comforters at  bottom prices. Ladies' sailors and walking felt hats  and novelties in millinery.  #  Lime 70 Ceqts per 100 pounds.  a AVill deliver Jn ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  *At jard or on s<ovss at go-v eminent wharf.  OUR GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND STYLISH  *  36  Baker   Street  m  m  The West ICootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T G. PROCTOR, Manager   ,  GOAL!  GOAL!  ^���&s-&c-&&&frg-*'n  Y       See Our       ����  j^j    Department     /(��  red Irvine  2|-59-3-3-3-3-8-J-3_  -*.*  T*  3 ���^���^���^���^^-^^���^*#--��'S@-^#@-@di*#*^'1  ���-SStfe  sa  ���-S5rS=p  iS.:  r^-  ^t^  ?a:  Boys and       IV^  ^ Youth's Clothing W.  at Cost    '  Jjjq-  &  GREAT REDUCTION  HABD COAL  ANTHBACITB  X) *E3 LI'V'HJ'El'H! D  Sptuil l lies foi cailoid lots foi outside points.  i...������ c. W. West&Co.  ; $9.50 pep ton  Telephone 93.  FOR  ICE  CREAM AND  FRESH  FRUIT  OF ANY KIND.  Scs^ooqer  Beer or Half=  anci=Half....  lO Cts  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  Theo.  n/|adson's Cheap Gash Store  CO  CO  THE BEST GLASS OP BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THE  Come in and try our Ice Cream Soda and  Refreshing Dunks,  Next Door to  P. Burns & Co.  HUMPHREYS & P.TTOCK  ANNOUNCEMENT  IIa% Ing leased the business of tlio Nelson Soda Water  Fmctoiy. I un ptepirtd tohupply tlio tradt with ill kinds  of c whoimlcd and ai.nii.od waters,. Jb'unul} orders solicited    Prompt deh\er>.  Factory on  .."Hoover street'..  N. M. CUMMINS  Wo make & spocialty pf  Sf-jplap aqd Double Dressed f/laterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  . Shingles ai]d Lath Kept in Stock  Offlco and yard near C.P.R. depot   K G. BEER, Agent.  Special Notice to the People of lootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as I have in my department a first-class optician, t 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  150 men; axemen, tie makers, right-  of-way  men;  etc.,  for contract  work  near Duncan City.  __^ FRANK PREVOST.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS-Nelson   Xodgo,  No,  25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. *". Uall.coriier  Bakor and Kootenay streeta, ovcry Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. taLUE.' C. C. B, G. JOY. K.of R.&S.  NKLSON LODGK, NO, 23, A. K. & A. M. Meets  socond Wednesday In each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  NELSON* h. O. L., No. Ifl!)2, meets iii" I. O. O. F. Hall,  corner Baker and Kootenay stroels, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.   Visiting brethcrn cordially invited.  JOHN TOYE, W. M.      F. J. BRADLP^Y, Hoc. Sec.  NKLSON   .p-ERIK,"  Number  22,   I .-atcrnal  Order  of  Engl os, meets ovcry second and fourth Wednesday in  'each month ia Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  J. IRVING. ProRidcnt.        J. R. WRAY, Secretary.  .  KLSON MINIOH.S' UNION   NO.   !Ki.W.  F. of iU.���  JVTeotK in IC. 1'. rooniK. Fraternity. I Jail tlie first, and  third Hut unlay cveningH in   each month at 8 o'elook.  yiHltiiiK niuiuhci'H welcome.' ���.'���;������������������',���=.''>..���.���. ���������.''������������:  /?J.AMIfiS W1I.KS, Sec'y. .   pHAS. Av McKAYiJiJywy������  Corner Silica and  Stanloy Streets.  E. J. CKlHHAKi Projiii  CS  O  b/)  S-  CO  o  c:  cd  CO  CO  C3  ��� ������  too  03  o  CO  CO  __  CD  _P  mSZ  03  O?  ja  CD  -4�����  o  T3  ��=  03  -��2  _.  cs  =3  ���Li-  s  cc  ^f  CO  CD  ^<  .52  oa  CO  I���  CO  03  "co  ca  CO  +-��  ctf  CO  S3.  cd  CD  5  ctf  o  ca  CO  ctS  o  CD  _co  ���M  03  JUST ARRIVED A CARLOAD OF  Anheuser=Busch Lager Beer!  Highest class Lager produced.       On sale by the trade in Nelson.  ASK FOR IT  R, R RITHET & CO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for B, C.  _GaRAX,^Age-*ityio-^Koofenay^BaJce^  The Finest Residential Property in Nelson  ��� ��� ���  BGYAL SEAL AHB  KOOTENAY BUIi^E  OiGrA-RS.   .  ���-.-������������. -���������"��������  UNION   MAD^  SHERRlfFS   SAIiE,  J'rov-ince ofjlritish O'lluinhia, Nolnon, West, Jvontena_,  to-witi .    ���  By virtue of a writ Of Fieri. Fnoias issued tint, of tho  .Simrciuc Court of Uritish Uolumbifuif, the suit, of (-'Italics  Ciilhilmu, exeuutur of the ovinia of Hie litre VV'jlliuiu  CiU'luhuii, pluiiitiJl', iigiiijist Aliuizo I). Copluii, defeiKlant,  nm'I tttitnj directed against, tHcgouiliouiil ului,l:1'uls of the  late William '<.'ull.ihii.ii, iuhv being iiflmiiiiHtered by  CharleH (..'ailaJian, I have seized and taken in execution  all the right, title and intcre.st, of ' the said nlnintii"',  Charles Callahan, executor of (lie estate of the lateVV'il-  lialuCallahan, in the miiieral claims "Cody Fraction"  anil ".lolcei.' Fraction," both situate near the "Freddie  Leo,"'Cubo Lode" und "Bridget"mineral claims in the  Slocan mining division of the West Koolenay district,,  anil recorded in, the ollico of the mining 'recorder at, New  Denver, 11. 0., to recover the sum of six hundred and  twenty-nino dollars and sixty-nine cents (S(i'2tl.(!'J), and interest on ��J'2!'.(i!' at six per centum per atimtin from the  27t.h day of June IS'lil,: until.'payment.,? liosid'ew slierlU'iii  poundage, eostu'iiiul all other legal incidental expenses.  ���All of which I shall expose forsaleov siillicient thereof  to satisfy said debt and Costs, at tho front of my olllco  next, the Court House in the City of Nelson. IS. l'��� on  Friflay lhc2!Hh day of Seplembur, 18!l!l, at the hour of  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  Norn���Intending purchasers will satisfy theu'isolves. as  to interest, and title of said plaintiff.  Dated at Sandon, JI. C, Sept.. I5t.li. IS!)!).  S. I*. TUCK, Sheritt" of Soutli JCoolcnay.  APPLICATION TO TRANSFER LICENSE  Eootenaj Gigar lanfg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.   <_;  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lag'er Beer,  Ale andJPort-ei*  Brewery at Nelson.  [BOGUSTOWN]  AH the Unsold lots in the Fairvtew Addition to Nelson are ��� now on  the market at reasonable prices and on easy terms. This property is very  desirable for residences.   Apply to  West Baker Street, Nelson.  T. M. WARD, Local Agent,  Prompt and regular  delivery to the tirade.  Notice is hereby given that I will, at the expiration of  ��� thirty days from the date of this notice, apply at. the next  sitting of the Licensing Bourd of the City of Nelson  JiriliNH Columbia, to be allowed to transfer the retail  liquor.license now held by me for the KxchoqueivSuloon  situate on Lot I -Block-12, in the City of.'Nelson; British  Columbia, to Janies Neelands, ��������� A; H. CIjJOMKNTS, '-'  .. ��� Dated at Nelson.B. C, Septciubor 1st, I8U9..,���.:���.-*;-*������.���������..���;;  T*B*tJ*El*E>*Ea:0*I*:T*E!  ise  During tlie, season we will deliver ice at private residences  and business houses daily in any  desired quantity at easonrable  prices.  WILSON & HARSHAW  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  THE BEST BEER BREWED AT HOME OR ABROAD  ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES.  HAIB GOODS AND HAIR 0BIAMTS  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. W. KEARNKYhas opened a Ladies Hair Dressing l*xrlor>in -room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is prepared, to fir nish everything, in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics. .���.Treatment of"the scalp a specialty.  IS  Order of the Bay  And I want to bo in it. I havo just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings representing a ��50,000 stock to  choose froni made to your order at P ices  ne ver before heard of in Nelson. All the latest  fads iu Fancy Vcstings for Fall and winter.  Steverjs, Tfye Tailor  Nelson Iron Works  MANCFACT-aKERS OF  HNCHNES, BOILERS, SHAFTING; IRON AND  BRASS OASTINOS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to. . ..P.O.Box 173...... y  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION .  FAMILY ANP PASTRY COOlflNG A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  Palace   Bakery  Broad delivered to any part of the city.  Cakes, pastry, and confectionery a specialty.  CRAWFORD BROTHERS  Next to Royal Hotel, Stanley Street, NoIroo  MINERS WANTED.  The Tangier Mine, Limited, Albert Canyon, on tlie  main line of the C. P. It., SK miles cast of Revelatoko, ra-  ausros six good miners.  Wagos $3.50 per day.  ~$g.ffjES$if$��Sii( ^'^S*i^>%Sg��JiJT  w^wiw^W^J4to^wyP^.^ppu^^��..-.^tj^.u, THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,  1899.  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATIIOONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. lmUMMOND, Vico-Prosidont  K   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BRANC'IKB IN       "CONDON  (EnBlaml),   NEW YORK.   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities In Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Kxchango and Cable Transfers  GltANT COMMIiRCIAT. ANO TKAVHMpKIIS' CKKDIT8,  available in any part of tho world.  DltAKTS ISSUKD    Cor.I.KCTIONS MADE; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CUKWflNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID  Is rjow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl^aguay, U. S., Atliri, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on, District.  CANADIAN   LABOR   CONGRESS.  The Dominion Trades and Labor eon-  prcss lias concluded its annual session at  Montreal. The report of the ways and  means committee stated after considering  tho linancial questions of the congress  from all .standpoints it would recommend  that the i>er capita tax for the ensuing  year be eight cents per annum, payable  quarterly, for affiliated bodies and for  bodies holding charters from the congress  the per capita tax be twenty cents per  annum, payable quarterly.  The election of officers resulted as follows: president, Ralph Smith, M.P.P.,  Nanaimo; vice president, John A.Allen,  Hamilton; secretary-treasurer, G. A.  Dower, Toronto; vice president, New  Brunswick, Murray Fleming, Moucton;  executive, Thos. Killen, D. H. Coates, C.  .T. McCarthy; Quebec, vice president, W.  J. C. Scott, Quebec; executive, M.Vernon,  Montreal; 1\ J. Jobin, Quebec;.!. B. Mack,  W. Darlington, Montreal; Ontario, vice  president, W. T. II. Fitzpatrick, Toronto;  executive, J. II. Sanderson, Toronto ;  Frank Plant, London; P. M. Draper,  Ottawa; Manitoba, vice president, J. Iii.  Mortimer, Winnipeg: executive committee, A. W. Puttee, R. A. Pync, A. \V.  Jones, Winnipeg; British Columbia, vice  president, W. J. AVilks; executive, \V. J.  B. MacLaren, Rossland : II." Harrison,  Vancouver; G. A. Cold well, Victoi*ia;  delegate to American Federation'of Labor, D.- A. Carey, Toronto. It was decided to meet next year in^Ottawa.  Tlio following* resolution was adopted :  "Whereas in the Dominion political campaign of IS99 sir Wilfrid Lauricr-pledged  liis government to be guided by the advice of-western Liberals-in respect to  legislating against Chinese immigration ;  and whereas western members of parliament, both Conservative and Liberal  alike, are unanimous in tlieir expression  of opinion that unrestricted immigration  of Orientals must inevitably result in  permanent and incalculable injury to the  labor and business interests of the country ; and whereas Mr. GT'R. Maxwell, M.  P., of Vancouver, introduced in the session of 1S97 and 1S9S iu the Dominion  parliament legislation to increase the  head tax on Chinese coming .into Canada  from $50 to $500, but without avail, as  the same, instead of being passed to a  final issue, has been held in abeyance; and  the reasons submitted therefore are extremely unsatisfactory to this body;  therefore, be it resolved this congress expresses its hearty endorsation of the  aforesaid legislation, and demands that  ithc government of the day s2njiJort_the_  rsamertlreTeby redeeming tlieir ante-election pledges in regard to this, question  solemnly made to and accepted in good  [faith by the people of western Canada.  lite' it further resolved, that in the opinion  |of this congress, Chinese iinniigration is  lone of suiHicieut importance to justify  jiinifced and detefiuined effort on the part  iof organised labor throughout tlie entire  rooniinion to defeat any party or politie-  jian engaged in federal elections wlio op-  jposes this much needed and desired law  Ifroili being placed on the statute book of  lOauada."  A resolution Was also adopted expfess-  nng sympathy With the London street car  J strikers, and calling for financial as-  Isistsuieo.        ^ _^___  Stirtrey That Fixes a Boundary Line.  By October 1st, the work of perman-  lenfcly   establishing   tho   Montana-Idaho  [.boundary line, from   the   international  [boundary- Hue south to the Bitter Root  [mountains,   will   be   completed   by the  JUinted States geological survey.   .For a  [number of years this line has been in dispute and various mining properties situated in the Yank mining district have  been alternately claimed by Montana and  Idaho.   An attempt' was made some four  years ago to liave the line established by  a survey commission appointed for the  purpose  by both states,  but for   some  reason tlie task was after a time abandoned and the old disputes remained unsettled*   About two years ago the work  of locating the. boundary line was begun  by the United States geological survey,  the work then being in charge of professor Perkins.    The line, which is the BOth  meridian   west   from   Washington,  was  located by triangulation from the astronomical post established, near -the., court-_  house at Spokane. . The preliminary work  occupied a part of 1S97 and 1S!)S aud was  completed  about n year ago.    The work  of ���permanently establishing the line by  monuments was commenced early in June  of the present year, being conducted by  professor Reoburn  of the United .States  geological  survey.     Running   from   the  Canada boundary  south   to   the Bitter  Root mountains, the  line extends along  the  meridian   for  about   seventy.miles..  Might miles and a. lisi.IT south of the Canada line it intersects the Buckhorn group  of mines: eighteen miles farther south it  passes barely ten feet east ofthe depot  at Leoniii,  thereby  placing   that  town  within the limits of Idaho.    Twelve miles  south of Leonia it crosses Callahan creek,  one mile west of the B. & B. mine, which  locates that property in Montana.    The  line,    throughout   its  entire   le*ngth,   is  desired of sill timber and underbrush for  a  space  of six feet.   It is   marked by  eighty-six .'government"monuments, consisting of iron posts four inches in diameter and six feet long, flanged  on the  lower end .and set sibout four feet in the  ground.    The posts are set at a maximum  distance  of one mile apart; each post is  capped with brass and each cap stamped  with the distance in miles aud decimals  of a'mile froni the''Canada line.    In addition to these there are also four granite  monolithic monuments, one sit each end  of the line, and one at the intersection of  the line witn the Great Northern and  Northern Psicific railroads. The whole  work when completed will cost in the  neighborhood of $9000 and Avill forever  settle all controversies regarding the  state boundary line.  Charged With Stealing at Fernie.  Philip Lsifond (or Dufond) was brought  to Nelson yesterday from Fernie. He  had been charged before William Fernie,  J.P., with stealing a $20 note from  Rubiartl Oliver at Fernie on September  20th and hsul been committed for trial.  The depositions state that the prisoner  had been having a drink with Oliver, and  the latter, feeling the prisoners hand in  his pocket, suspected something was  wrong, and having examined his pocket  found that a note book containing a $20  bill hsul disappeared. He notified constable A. McLeod, who arrested the prisoner. The accused denied the charge  and said he had but $-1 and some small  change in his pocket. On being searched,  however, a $20 bill was found in one of  his socks.    This avsis identified by Oliver,  FULL LINE OF  as it had a hole in it. The missing pocket book wsis also found lying on the  track where the prisoner had parted  company with Oliver. The prisoner has  elected to take a speedy "'trial, the date of  same to be fixed when a Avitness he requires can arrive from Cosil Creek.  The Tremont Hotel  Wool Carpets Art Squares!  HlALOtH & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  30 by 120, Baker stroet, between Josephine and  Ward streets     50 by 120, Baker streot, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner '    25 by 120 with improvements, south sido of Vernon  streot  5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south sido of Vernon  stroet ". '.. 6000  2} lots with cottage rented at ?I5 per month, Victoria  street  3500  2 lots with cottage rented at .20 por month, Stanloy  street  3000  6 lots iu block 11D, all cleared and fenced in  2500  AGENTS FOR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  If what you want Is not in stock we will make it for you  CALL AND GET PRICES.  w.a-:r:d bbos.  Real Estate* and General Agents, Baker St., Nolson  The JVelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd,  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  Large ntiinhcrof choice building lots adjacent to the  line of I heir tramway. Kor price and tonus of sale apply  to tlio uflice of tlio,company, Macdonald block, cornel* of  Josephine and Vernon street!,.  T. C. DUNCAN, Secretary.  Charles  D.  J. Christie  GENERAL. BROKER.  i-i-srsTj-R^-nsrcE  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  FOR SALE  j-I"toom House  .1300 ' 50-Foot Corner ?300  l-Room House .'JOO  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE' STREETS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BOY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo,stock of ilrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  .Yard:   Foot of Hcndryx stroot, Nelson  Telephone, 9! JollI!    Rae,   Ag^llt  189-9  1899  CUSTOMS BROKERS  A UOTIONiERS  BML ESTATE And MEBAL A��TS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIRST DOOri WEST BANK BlC. BOIVOMG.  Notice to Investors and Builders  Wc give fclio very Bi;st Tj5.ti-.is to fchoso  wishing to borrow money oh improved real  estate.  The only company in the province that gives  you the privilege of paying off your whole  Loan at Any Time without a Bonus on giving a 60 day notice of your intention was so.  QAMBL.B ��SkO*RBILJUY, Agfts  British Columbia l-'erirtancnt Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  Lots for Sale  &550 will purchiiso a choice residence corner,. 100 by 120  foot. .,  $2100 will purchaso a contra! iot and residonco.  $100 will purchase two nice lots and shanty, Robson  street. Hume addition.  .3000 will purchaso four nice lots and residence.  10,000 Pooled Fairmont i cents.  Blackcock (Ymir) shares 20 cents.  3000 Utica at 1J cents.  ALEX STEWART  Turner & Boeckh block, Nolson, B. C.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FBED  J.  SQUIRE,   Nelson,  B.  C.  PROVINCIAL  EXHIBITION  UNDER  THE  AUSPICES  OF  'The Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society  of Britisli Columbia.",  ���WILL HE HELD AT  ON  OCTOBER 3rd, 4th, 5th and  $i5,ooo in Prizes $15,000  OPEN  TO   THfi  WORLD  A Round of Pleasure for Four Whole Days  HrtIt.SH HACKS-!       HICYCLK HACKS.      AQUATICS  CHAMI^IONSIIIP LACKOSSK NAVAL AND  MILITARY SPOUTS GYMKHANA  BASIS HALL    .FOOT HALL    HANI)  TOUKNAMKNT.  MAGNIFICENT ILLUMINATIONS !  Grand concert every evening.  -   Special attraction at, the Now Westminster opera house.  Monster excursions from nll��point.s, at. greatly reduced  For special features-see small hand bills.  No entrance fee clmrsud for-exhibits.  KXKGUTIYK-^Hi.s worship mayor Ovens, T. .1. 'frapp,  \V. j. Mathers, Goo. J), lirynmer, H. V. Anderson, Aid. J.  F. Scott, Aid. M. Sinclair.  Fbr prize lists, entry forms and full partibulars, w,to  to  T.J. THAPIV ARTHUR MALINS.  President.                                         Secretary.  W. H. KBAltY, Commissioner.   Crow's Nest Pass Coal!  DELIVERED  Orders may be left with C. W. West  & Co., or with.  CHARLES St. BARBE, Agent.  Olllec on linker street, two doors from I lank of H. C.   .  ALWAYS ON HAND.  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEENS HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  first-class dining  room.   Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES J2   "E'ER   D-A/ST  Mrs.  E. G.   CLARKE, Prop.  Lato of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  H. 0. HUME, Manager.  Tho finest hotel in the interior.  Large samplo rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OK WARD AND "VERNON STS., NELSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  Tho only hotel in Nelson that has remained under ono  management since 1890.  Tho bed-rooms are well furaishod  and  lighted by  ��� electricity.  '   The dining-room is not second lo any in Kootenay.  Tho bar is always stocked by tho host domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  McLEQD    HOTEL  vivhr, &. c      o  J.  W.  SMITH,  Proprietor.  EVERYTHING FIRST-OLASS  Largo and woll lighted Heated by hot al  Reasonable rates Samplo rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovatod and refurnished throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains DnunleJ-nba    R   f!  Hourly street car to station HBvBIblOHB| O. U,  Night Grill Room in connection, for tho convenience of  guests arriving and departing by night trains.  SHERIFFS SALE.  Province of British Columbia, Nelson, West JCoptciiuy1,  io-.ivil:  Jiy virtue of a warrant cf execution issued: ont of the  QttUiitij-Court of Kootenay, holden at Kaslo. at the suit  of Joseph, Lynch, plaintili', ilfid to rnu directed' aftainsl.  the goods and clwtlelh" of The ICoqlenay Air Smuljly  ("mnpai'y. Limited, defendant. I have seized and Uikcn  in .execution all the right,, tifieand iii:(.t.>iv;st. ofMin?said  defendant, Tlie ICootenay Air Supply Curi.tprt.ny, .Liinitcd,  iii the (lain, illume, penstock, piping, shaft:,-air chain bur,  plitiri'ti'iirl machinery u*ed by Che said Thu ICootenay Air  ���Supply Company, Isiiiiitc'd,.t'iii"Ci��fip��'i;s.ei:Hf,' ni'c fin; ctiill-  meruial purposes,.together wilili any permissive, legal w  other light w'h'iol) thp said. The Kuoloiii'ij* Air Supply  Company. Limited, may have for the erection n'lul main*  (ttiirct'cu of iti-J worksf aiid iiut<;!!jnt>i;y upon the " i.tltaii'd "  mineral claim, and other adioiiiuig property,am! one  " Iftlnd " inai'hliie dfill. oilo " Iviifnvios ''pump So. S"),*-'l!fi,  find one "..now " pump Nu., 1 Lflrtl. one ���upright, bollui", one  bellows, one anvil, one vice, rnWotis l.��|iiok��iii|l.lts' tools,  one lioitl'ding house, one store house, one engine hoiisu, a  iiuanlily of pipiiiguf vm-lbus* sizes, one oi'u bucket and n  iliiantity of .s-leel iViid wire rope, one cooking stove with  cooking utensils, and ono halting sIjovc, lo roeovci' lire  sum of eleven hundred anil forl.J"-slx dollars and nine  cents ($11 J!i.(*!l), amount of said execution, besides .shei'lll's  poundage, costs and all other legal and incidentalux-  penses.  AH of which I shall, expose for sale or sulliuicnt t hereof  to satisfy said judgment.;, debt.and costs, at the front of  my ollice next to the Court House, in tlie City of Nelson.  ���on the 21th day of September, A. IX 1899, at the hour of  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  Norn���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as  to interest aiid title of said defendant.  Dated at Ainswortli, 1.1. C, September 2011.. 18!��.  S. P. TUCK, Shcr.HI*of South Kootenay.  NOTICE.  Oii and after the 1st of October ,189!), the Grand Central  Hotel Will be run strictly on the Kuropunti plan.  \\'o liave fitted up a new dining room with a seating  capacity for one hundred people which will be run in  connection with the hotel. All meals twenty-live cent.-;.  payable in the diniiig room. Will be pleased to furnish  meal tickets on application.  Rooms by the day','week or month.  Thanking yon for your generous patronage in the past,  nnd trusting to be favored witli a continuance of same in  tlie future. J remain, respectfully yours.  I. Si.VISSON".  Notice to Contractors, y  ...Sealed tenders will be received liy the undersigned for  tlioiconstruction of the Madden Hlock from the foundation ii]l .     .        ���  Plans ami specifications can be,seen at. the architect'.-'  otllce. ���      -        '  .   Tenders to be in by noon Saturday. Mlh Septemliar. ISUii.  The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted.  . ARTHUR I'". HODUINS  Architect ,  YOU  CAN  ing a  Liquors and Cigars  MAKE NO MISTAKE IN BUY-  3-Ply Wool Carpet or Wool Art  Square. We have a large Assortment of each. A  Pew Sets of DINING CHAIRS received yesterday.  They are polished and in oak.   Do you want one.  o ",���."������������-  Don't forget we have a $20,000Stock to choose from  fa  id  D. McArthur & Co.  #  ��  THE MSOI SAW 4 PLAM& MILLS, Ltd.  We have a stock of one and a half million  feet of logs at our mill and are prepared to cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizes.  Factory work of all kinds done to order.  THE MM. SAW & PLAIM ILLS, ltd.  .   OPriCE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND PRONT STS., NELSON.  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  .  .   ���   Dealers in Meats  IChad Office at  NELSON, B.  Wholesale Markets at /lelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Rctiiii Markets at Nelson, K.islo, .S.-uulon, fSiIvertun, New Denver, Yuiii*, Trail, Grand Forka,   Cascade, OrL-ej_woo_d,_i\l id_vay,_and_.Sii'dar.   Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  Ahh JilNDS OF  FRESH  SALTED MEATS   WlIOt.HSA'fcK A.VI) HI'JTAU.  FISH AND P'OU'LTRY IN SEASON  Eal^er  OlWmiS BY AIAII. IlKOKlVB. ���CAllKVVL ANT) I'ltD.MW ATl'^^'JON.  0.  l,'ori��er of Want umiJ lloovtir Slreots.  K ailliMKM'K, 1-MUI.S., PltOPHIICTOIt  BULBS! BULBS! BULBS!  sn.WWar llie (jliolcoKl. varlulJus far fall ijIhuiIiij,' toarrlve  jn a feu- dnys dirucl, fi'<siii tlio ki-owui-s in lI.��llun1.con-  sI.-iMi'K of IfjiiuiilUis, Tulips, 1)1111*0(1 its, .Viircissiis',Scillus  l.ilyiif iliu Viillej-, Crocus. Jonqiiils, Snow llrojts, Ano-  irioucH, Kiuiunonliis, Iris (Jliinodoxil, etc. Onlors- to tin!  A-tiltic of two (lollui'K mid iipwarils sunt by nnn'l or ��x-  press free, ami at, less than ouslcril I'riccs.  THE GRANVILLE-  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver, B, C.  Hoarding and day school for girls will ro-opon on U>o  lSUi day of August. Vacincios for boarders. For term.-)  and prospectus apply to  AIAJ>KMOISEI.LK KKKK. Principal  one Collar a load  The utider��iBiiod has a lar��o qnantity oi.fir, cedar/and  tiiiiiiiriLc slabs, in Kiinnh and J-foot lonKths, suittiUlc for  Htove wood, whicli will bo sold for $1 a. load at tho mill  5' '     NKLSON 'SAW:'& J'LANINQ MILLS. Limliod.  NclKOn, AmfuHt 13th, 1880. ,.. ��� . .   -  s  BLAOKSiVIITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing proniptly attondod to by ft flist-class  Wheelwright. . .  Special attention given to all Kinds' of repairing and  eiwtom work from outside points.  Sf-op:   H^ll Street, betweetj Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Bulbs  for  Fall  Planting  SOjflOO Holland Bulbs to arrive in SetHcnibcr; 5000 Japan  Lilies to arrive in Ootobor: I.tOO Rho<l0(lendi-ons. Azalea'!,  JlaKUoltas. Hoses, etc. to arrive in Qetobo>-. Thousands  of Itosfts, Camelius, Fruit unci Ornamental Trees. Shrubs,  etc., (crowing ou my own grounds for the fall trade.  Catalogue free.  M#yJ." Henry  Vancouver, B. C.  (Ex-Shoriljf of South Kootenay}  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanood on coiislgnmoata of morchandietv  ,  Voetoffloo Box 572 Nolson. B. a  -ll THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28,  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 & GO.  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  BARBERS' REGULATION COATS  Very Nobby  BARTENDERS' REGULATION VESTS  WAITERS' COATS IN SEVERAL STYLES  COOKS' CAPS, APRONS, Etc.  J. A. Gillcer  The  Leading  Furnisher  Remember the Native  N EEL AN OS-  SHOE  EMPORIUM  Tli will be" to your advantage to see Vur_ Largo"  and complete stock of Boots and.Shoes. "Wc  carry the following .lines; J.. &. T. Boll, J.  D. lCing'& Co., North Star Shoe Co., Foots,  Schultz' ��fc Co., Stratford Shoe Co., Ames, Hol-  den & Co., and other leading makers.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  26 AND 28 WEST BAKKR STREET, NELSON   "  - | ������!���      ���! I       I I   _  American Watches  Have been a part of our business to which  we have devoted years of unceasing energy  and a great deal of capital. It is an accepted fact that we. know the wants ofthe  trade and carry a stock adopted to the present demands. We have the leading staples  in endless variety���all that can be shown by  anyone, and many goods not to be had anywhere else.  Gold-Gases, 14^andH8^femt  We handle, and in this line show exclusive  styles, which commend themselves to custom-*  ers who are particular as to the class of  goods they buy.  Diamonds and all Precious Stones  Are Celling now as never before. This de-  $artme/wt bfimr business is sirongiy commended to <yewr Mtention. We have ail sizes  and qualities aMd at prices that are right.  In mounted pieces voe heme a comprehensive  line from smaM diamond gnwelry up to the  costliest rings and brooches*  WE SELL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C.  W. P. DICKSON  fi, H. H. 4.J3PLBWHAITB  J. McPHEB  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Bqulpmonts fOi�� Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Uplines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 606. r Josephine) Street, Nelson, B, O.  SPECIAL ATTENTM  The supply is limited, bo.civil,early asid examine this stool-  Have jiwt received a consignment of Harris homo  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland,  FEED J. 'SQUIBS, Baker St. Nelson  A J.tj ciKOHot JMank Books, with imirv kind of special ruHni?',,':iui.l .rli.tctl heiulingR. manufactured 'rhrlit licrc in  -"���   Nelson, by well-paid work mon. wlio Hpcn.l l.hcir.eii.rnJ.UKH iu Nci,��)ri.; '/Tribune A.HHbciatio.i, kimit.cd.^criioiifet;  ^s4e^v   Arrivals  D. McArthur left yesterday morning  foi' Grand Forks. He intends rustling up  business in the Boundary country. His  firm received a .$15,000 order yesterday  from that district.  Harvey Bird accompanied by Mrs. Bird  has arrived from Cannington Manor to  reside in Nelson where he lias, during the  past year, im-estcd largely in real estate.  H. .1. .Parker appeared yesterday before  mayor Neelands, ami on his application  the case was remanded until Monday"*  October 2nd. o  John A. Turner is confined to his house  suffering from a form of la grippe.  Tho bicycle ''scorching" fiend is making  himself a nuisance. Yesterday a little  girl who was wheeling a perambulator  with a baby in ib was knocked down on  t.he sidewalk at tho corner of Ward and  Silica streets by a boy on a bicycle.  Luckily no serious injury was done. The  police should put a stop to this dangerous  use of the sidewalks by irresponsible  cyclists.  Malcolm Stewart'' from the Bank of  British Columbia at Kamloops has arrived in Nelson to assist the Nelson  branch of that bank during the absence  of Mr. Haines.  There were forty-two new locations  recorded last week at the Nelson mining  recorder's office.  The football match between Nelson  and Cranbrook will not take place, but  tlie Nelson boys have arranged two  matches with liossland, wliich will take  place during the coming month.  J. Kelly, who runs a ferry across the  Columbia at Robson, received a preliminary hearing yesterday before F. It. C.  Beer, J. P., upon the charge of stealing  .$4.0 from the person of George Temple-  man, a brakeman on the Columbia &  Western branch. Kelly admitted having  taken about .$9 of the amount, but entered the  plea that  he  had taken  the  BUSINESS   MENTION.  money for safe keeping. The worst evidence against Kelly was given by constable  Forrester, which was that when he  arrested the prisoner he requested the  officer to withhold evidence as to liis admission with respect to the taking of the  money in order that he could plead not  guilty and get off for lack of evidence to  support that of Templeman's. Kelly was  committed for trial and Temploman  bound over to appear and give evidence  against him.  The Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited, yesterday received a boom of logs  from Bonner's Ferry. Jn many respects  it is the first boom of logs that has  arrived in Nelson. There arc logs in the  boom which will scale .all the way from  900 to 1000 feet, which will enable the  company to cut timbers 10 feet in length.  There is a growing demand around Nelson for long timbers.  The regular monthly meeting of the  Ladies' Hospital Aid will be held in .St.  Paul's church on Monday, October 2nd, at  3:'_o p.m.  W. C. McLean is looking for twenty  men to work on the lloyal Canadian mine  wagon road. The wages offered are $2.50  per day, but the demand for labor is such  that men cannot be secured.  B. Twombly, who is in charge of the  mill at the Ymir mine, is in town. The  mill has been running steadily since the  15th instant.  OTTie,   GKRE^T  Furnished rooms to let.    Apply to Mrs.  Ii. M. Jameson, Carney Block, Haker street west.  Owing to a death in the family  of the  owner, the followinglu-oncrt.y is offered for immediate  sale, namely, tho Homo Tonii'enmce Hotel, together  with all the furniture. The ground is 50 by 120 feet, at  the northeast coinor of Vernon and Hall streets. Apply  on the premises.  Wanted���A    good    general    servant.  Must he a good all-round worker, and always willing to  lend a hand in caring for a baby. Apply to Mrs. 11. .1.  Kvans, northeast corner JJall and Carbonate streets  Xelson.  To Let���A  furnished   house  of  rooms and bathroom.   Address Tribune ollice.  Wanted  to  rent���Ollice  rooms.  Will be Continued until all  the Sandon Stock is  disposed of.  eight  On  Baker street preferred.  Hotel.  Apply (o .). C. T. Crofts, Hume  *   Offices  to,-rent���Single .or, .iu   suite.  Ready, for occupancy November ltd.    Apply to John  Houslou,'Tribune Uflieo. '   ���  Since  the  first day  of April last, all  ���newndvorti��ciiiciits appearing jn TilK Tuiiil'NH have  been charged for a( the rate of Sf an inch per month.  All advertiscments are in both the daily and weekly  editions.  ARCHITECTS., '"  EWART & CAUItI*E--Arehitccts.   Rooms7and8Ab  erdecn block. Raker streot. Nelson.  Miss McRkrmott  Miss Tamiii.vn  We do not advertise  one or two lines of  goods to be sold at a  low rate for one or two  hours, instead we sell  at prices' which defy  competition until. all  advertised is sold out.  HERE ARE SOME SAMPLE PRICES  Th? "Wonder"  MILLINERY  LATEST NEW YORK AND PARIS PATTERNS OF  HATS-STOCK NEW AND UP-TO-DATJO.  FANCY GOODS.  Lessons in embroidery nnd lace work.  Stamping done.  Orders taken for cushions, limp shade*, etc.  Two doors west M.irtin O'Roilley & Co's.  JMILXJINBRV  For five fall season diir stock of millinery- and  ===^iiri.llinery-BOveltics;is=:ilio=nibStC6hlpldtC=and====  extensive wo have yet been aWo to show  Jn Nelfon, and oiir Opening on Wednesday  was a most succcssf ill one. JVu>8 Ray of J*-'e w  York hatfchitrgoof the triiiiniiiigdcpartmoiit.  ��� WRS,. S3. ModA;OQHluIl>J  Josephine Street, hear Haker,  ffij, -^  ���      -     ��� ��� '. -��� . i ,.. ,r . .��� ^^���^������a-  asi  WK IIAVK.SiSC'tlKHJJ '1'IIK .AGf'i>'CV l-'Oit  a n _,i rvms  iir.i -ted �����  When properly bottled the kno\\*led��0 that it is  llaluyoh water is all (lie recoimneii-  datioiv that it need.'*.  Vkknon* S'rriKKT  N'Kj^io.v, 15. V.  THORPE & CO., ltd.  <&  -s��  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given (bat in thirty days, I intend to  apply to the chief coliiniiSKionerof lands and works for  permission to outand carry tuvfty timber oil* tlio below  described lands:  Coriunonenitf at a. post, about two and a half miles up  from the mouth of a creek runuim? into Crawford Ray,  on Kootenay lake, and known as Gray creek, marked  northwest corner; theitcocust. forty chains; thence north  ten cliains; 1 hence east twenty chains; thence north  ten chains; thence east thirty-Jive cliains; tlience south'  i.wo chains; tlieiice east.seventeen cliains; thenco south,  .sixty chains; tlience west fifteen' chains; thence north  fl,eh chains: thenee west twenty-five chains; thence  south ten chains; tlience west sixteen chains ; thence  south ten chains; thenee west sixteen chains; thenco  'north' ten chains; tlience west forty-chains; tlience north.  forty-two chains to the place of comnienceinciif.  ��� HARRY HOUSTON.  .Nelson, B. C, Septeniber ffl.li, ISilfl.  WOTICE.    v;  Notice is hereby given" tlint in thirty days I intend to  apply to t he chief commissioner of lands and works for  permission to cut and carry away timber oil* the below  described lands:  Coin incnci iii; ��t a post ten chains south of J I. Houston's  northeast corner post, on Gray creek, riinnlniriiilo Crawford Ha v. on ICootenay lake, and thence east, forty chains;  thence south eiffhty chains; thence west, ten chains;  thence south oiKltt.v chains; thenee east ten chains;  tlience south forty chains; thence west forty chains;  tlience north fifty cliains: thence west ten chains; thenee  north one hundred chains; thence oast ten chains;  thence north fifty chains to the place of commencement,  ".���'  "������-.. ' ..   . .������ .,-'-������::������."���',.        ..��� THOMAS SJ-ROAT.  Nelson, B;.C.,'Sepleinber��tJi. -'*���;.'*���'���"-;���;.���;'-y ���;*/���';������.-'��� /'  MKXS" STKT-  SON   HATS  M l<"NS'  HKAVYJUMPKRS- ���  LAHIKS' I'LANNKI.-  ETTH NIGHT GOWNS ���  TICKING  l'KR YARD   .$4.00  . 50 cts.  50 cts.  10 cts.  A. Ferland & Co.  ELLIOT RLOCIC, BAKER STREET. NELSON.  "NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in thirty days, I ihicml to  apply,to the eliiof couiinissionor of laiids and works, for  poi'jtuission to outand carry away timber off (lie below  desciiued laiidk: ^  Cftinhiehoinjf at t lie northeast corner of II. i), McDer-.  Inid's limber claim, on:Lnfraiico Ci'Oek, on south arni of  Kootenay Lake, thence east forty Chains, tlieiiuo smith  ten cliains; tlience east ninety chains, tlience north ten  chains; thenee easUforty-flvo chains, thence south fifty  chains, thence west live chains; thenee south ten>eHains;  thence xvtwt;Soyenteeh: chains; fliehcq south ten Chaliis;  thenee west eighteen CliiUns, tlience north, ilCfi Chains;  tlieiice west foi ty .elujins, thence (Sou lib ten chains, tlience  WoSIt forty chains:, thence southten chains-.: tlience West  foj'ty-live chains, tlience north eighty elniiiis to place of  coniineneoiiieht, GEO. GRAY.  Nelson, R, t*., September 22nd, 18!)!';  NOTICE.  Notice.is liereby given that in thirty days, r iiltctid to  apply loathe.ch.icl:ctiiuii,iissi:oneii of lands aiid wurks,\f��i'  permission ib cntaiid carry away timher oil" the below  described lands:  Gommcncillg at a post about two aiid: ii, half miles up  Lafraiice creek, on the soutli aiin of Kootenay lakc/uenw  uienciiig at the iiortInvest eoj'iior; thoneeeasf live clutins;  thenee liorth forty Chains: thenee cast twenty chains;  thence north ten elm ins; thence east nine chains; thence  llol'th ten ettains; thenee cast jive chains; thence north  ten chains; tlience east, ton chains; liienco noitlr ten  chains: thenco east ten chains; thence north ��� .ten  chains; tlience east twelve chains; thence north1 five  cliains; tlience east thii'ty-eiglit chains; thenee iiorfli  twenty chains: thenco east fourteen chains; thCtioc  south twenty chains; thenco west eighteen chaiit*i;  thence south six chains; thence west twenty chains';-  thence south twenty-five chains; tlience west ten chains;  thence south twenty chains; thence west twenty cliains:  tlience south' fifteen chains; thenee west ten chains;  thence south twenty-five chains; thenco west eight,  chains; thence south twenty live cliains; thence west  seventeen cliains-; (hence south eleven chains: thenee  west, twenty cliains; thenco north thirty-two chains to  ���'the place of eoininencement. H. 1). McDKKMlD.  ' ���Nelson, IS. C, August 2ilth, 18!)!).   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby Bivcn that in thirty days, T intend to  apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works,  for permission tocuf and carry away titubcr off the beloiv  described lands:  Coiiiinoneiiig at a post about Jive miles up Ynill creek  on the west arm of Koolcnay Jake; thence north eighty  chains; thenee west ten chains; thence north sixty  chains; thenee west ton chains; tlience north forty,  chains; thenee west; ten chains; thenco north forty  chains; tlience west ten chains; thenee north forty  chains; thence west ten chains; thenee north forty  cliains; thenee west ten chains; thence north twenty  chains; thenco west forty chains: thenco south twenty  chains; Ihoncc east ten chains; thence south forty  chains; tlience east'fen chains;  chains; thenee east, ten cliains;  chains; thence 'oust ten chains:  chains; thence east ten chains; . ..  chains; thence east ten chains; thenco south eighty  cliains; thence east forty cliains to the place of com  iiiencemcnt. ���...���"..-.  CHARLES HILLYER.  ��� 'Nelson, R. C., AugX8t-lSl!!,:lS!)i),.:'  Uwxiisb. south forty  tlience south forty  thenee  south forty  thenco south sixty  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you witli Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenters' Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWARE  THE BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  Because Your Stove or Range Cannot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  The saving in 'fuel effected will soon equal  tlie cost of the range. It can be so quickly  and easily regulated 'that tliere need be no  ���waste of heat op fuel. New patentee! improvements offer you more convenience antl  comfort than you'll find in. any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM-  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  OUR CLEARANCE SALE OF  Crockeryware  IS STILL OH '  GIVE US A CALL AND GET BARGAINS  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  14 Baker Street, West Telephone 10  Jellies  Mustard with Horse Radish  Sweet Mixed Pickles  Sweet and Red Hot Relishes  Get the Best Jam's  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  Bakor Street West, Nelson.  John A. Irving1 & Co.  Strachan   Bros.  *^r)*cj_v_*B*E!"BS, *Era*rp;.  .���o-pbba. SQ*crs*E3:y*B*iLob"K:'  sfcjsaSaapsaB  ^mmmiMtlimyimi^d

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