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 WAITING FOR BOERS TO BEGIN  Hostilities on the Border.  London, October 7.���Judging from the  reports from Soutli Africa, a state of  war practically exists between Great  Britain and the Transvaal. It seems almost paradoxical in conjunction with the  fact that the British diplomatic agent,  Mr. Conynghau Greene, still remains at  Pretoria and the further fact that tho  negotiations continue.  A reason for the paradox probably lies  in au understanding of the curious relations between the two governments. As  has already been cabled, Great Britain is  not likely to make a formal declaration  of war against what she considers a dependant nation, the process being a mere  issue of orders to tlio�� military forces to  restore the state of sovereignty which she  alleges originally existed. We're England  similarly at loggerheads witli a power  recognized by her as her equal, pride and  precedent would, some time ago, have  compelled her to break off diplomatic  relations.  Ib is tliis legend of suzerainty that enables her to palaver without loss of .self  respect and, at the same time, to run a  good chance of placing tlie onus of tlie  beginning of hostilities upon the Boers,  or failing in that, to delay hostilities until she has in the field a sufficient force to  overturn the Transvaal. Tliis is the only  ground upon which it is possible to reconcile the government' snttorances with  its passive reception of palpably  hostile  SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8,  1899.  THE WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES  Manifesto.  7.���The    Tennessee  the  United  States  a  week  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $_.  acts  now  tlie  sing  on  tlio  part  impossible  Transvaal  merely    for  of  the Boers, for it is  to      believe      that  forces"      are       mas-  defensive    purposes.  Thus war appears to be the only pos  sible outcome. Tlie Boers are determined  to precipitate it, and hostilities are only  a question of days. If England is allowed to take her own time, then two  months may'elapse before the first blow  is struck. Needless to say, all signs indicate that the Boers will not tamely Avait  for the arrival of a British army corps.  Although the diplomatic negotiations  are well nigh forgotten in the present  exciting developments, they are in a  peculiar stage and deserve recapitulation.  After the last cabinet council it'; was.  officially sta.ted that the Boers had not  replied to the latest despatch, and that  the foreign office,'while deciding to consider the question, expected an answer  from the Boers. Tlie papers duly reported the arrival of tlie reply, but none came.  TeyidMiitffroni'iU'^^  J.$ha*E#i"ge^  to a high  state  of   perfection   the  past  summer���the August recovery being 80  per cent of the total ore treated���but the  roasting furnaces aiid  other mechanical  needs, on tlie scale as planned, will not be  in commission until October.     Beginning  witli that month, tlio mill's assured capacity will be 25,000 tons per month.     The  grade of  mineral   varies  from  .$5.50  to  .$7.SO per ton  gold ;   there is  no  silver.  The reserves now blocked out will keep  the mill constantly supplied for over five  years.     Meanwhile energetic exploration  continues.     Erom the lirst the sinews of  war for the undertaking have been furnished by captain  De  La  Mar,  likewise  the energy and courage to  strive  anew.  The future of not only the Mercnr region  but the Pacific Coast  will  be benefitted  by his success, which often seemed doubtful. .  Shipments for September.  The best refutation of the statement  that the niining industry is in a fair way  of being permanently crippled through  the enforcement of the eight-hour law���  a statement that has been repeatedly  made by the organs of the mine - managers' associations ��� is furnished by  the returns of the customs offices  at Rossland, Nelson and Kaslo.  During the month of September  the exports of ore and matte from the  port of Rossland were valued at $380,000,  from the port of Nelson $175,000, and  from the port of Kaslo $75,000; or a total  of $030,000. The bulk of this was in the  shape of matte and bullion, which goes  to-.show that the output of the mines of  Kootenay is smelted in Kootenay. If  the mines and smelters continue to export $030,000 a month, there is not much  likelihood of anyone in Kootenay going  either hungry or broke.   .  .  A Slocan Bear Story.  , JCaslo itootoimian.  Another beat* story comes from Whitewater. Olesou and Winstead, who were  coming down the Big Bertha basin,  stopped to pick berries, when an athletic--  j_4iji;&%^^#^  .' ���������;lijij<^ 'oirf  ���"ij%'c!$p^^ -.'���.'���'���" -^.-c  " ^Ty^ltai^  ���softly **������ *sfi^t(Qi"3f.:'JKirs% ;ii|y;^as' ji^sei'fceiV  . 'ji'_i^;';'i|hen,i;,i 'b.hft'ifeisch  < ^ainbeljhiiii, ��� *\VJi6_>ip  a"*j"sSyerih;g.' a -0$-  ~]i^elti$isbM the���''pro'gi'essiy'lj meiiib.ei'S of  Jbepape house, Ot yosseJUbly, sai4 the de-  hiah^-hhi^ been. ^ai^|uu:i^^ted to tilvo  Transvaal'. Whether ^tlus has actually  bpeii dotie re tiiaaiJ'5,:-js much an enighia lis  ���theh$bnre'o�� _he tMrins *:bhenise.iye."%  '��� As?tlii| possibility of war increases,  Brrialhron'joefchre-as to the f iSeiidly attitude of othei' European powers increases. Reference is frequently madeto  lirobabje liUsSlau aggression in Asia,  while   France,   hi   the   event   of   hos.*  H'illties,4s=sui*e=tovbee^^  em Af idea. Interference at the seat of  war itself is not contemplated, for the  apples which France and Russia wish to  pluck do not grow iti South Africa.  Delagoa bay is naturally watched closely in this connection. The  German press is malting capital oht  of the report that Great Britain is sacrif-  ing her friendship with the United States  in the Sanioaij matter in oi'der to gain  Germany's support hi the settlement of  Deiagoa Bay. It SeOins certain that an  entirely new plan of government is being  considered by the three powers interested  in Saihoa, but the Associated Press is able  to assert authoritatively that such negotiations will in no way result ���disadvantageous! jr for the United States.  Advices from Pretoria say that the  Transvaal government has received a dispatch from the United States secretary  of state, colonel Hay, to the effect tliat  as general James Ii.. Obeirne, recently  designated by president Kruger to represent the Transvaal in the United States,  is an American, he cannot hold a diplo-  : matic appointment from the Soutli African republic in the United States.  Mr. Bosman having left the United  States, Mr. Vauderhoog, a Hollander, has  undertaken to act on behalf of the  Transvaal. He Avill collaborate with  general Obeiuie in the interests of peace.  Eesnlts of Energy and Courage.  An example of courage and perseverance in wiuning success from a vast bulk  of rebellious low-grade gold ore is afforded  by De La Mar's Mereur mines in Utah.  The struggle has been carried On over a  period of six years, during the greater  portion of which time many mining men  and chemical metallurgists predicted  failure in making an economic recovery  froni the pyritic mineral carrying the  best values. The metallurgical features  of the great cyai idingnull were brought  '$o$ie%]$mi-slii^  |ijL@S#y  :l_:ite*cl'_;^_^  mig��^a1.6urs^r-y;iu^^  b"iii"0''^_!l b%e��]LV'y^^M"%��iy- -*1^": ���r^^%?1^&"^^^^i^^i^'_f^  ^frir^'iirM^ '':'V"V;.;y'.''  ;.���;;':_ ��� Ttigy'--J)i^0Mb?$&0oi-. GKftUs ���'WSstiiif ���. ��� -,  .':..:.   '-������'������   '���''!--''��� ;s:""i.lY^.foH^ '������������'. ������*.!   ������:  ��� ./^;ili&q*&^^^^ ���'  y ga^s-fesm .the, i^oiiseisv ativey. "cphViMtiBn'.  freely!* erife the- rftijg  -tyhO/jSohghfe to ntakieSi�� .;gatheiu:iig"a^niet?e  inifeehahical endorsenie'ut oftheantbibiohS'  of 'Charles' Wilson of Vanedu Vet*. It seems  tliat his selection., as leader was. iia the  nioMeol$;bT^ded^*aiy sjiriliig, ui/Oh lihe,;  cpiiventioii aittlie.last moment, but |h_3  lasti straw;$roA<?ed. too much and, at -tlip  sign Of Q'peii revolt fi'oin the "V^ietoi'ia  delegat^i. theliiotion Mis���AVitkqj'aAvit anal1  a committee iappoiuted to 'take soundings  in eat?li section Of thS ilrovince to aseer-  taiif who would be an aeceptable man.  Quest for Hike Powers' Assailants.  OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY  Miners Employed at Ainswortli.  There are over one hundred and fifty,  miners employed in the mines at Ainswortli, and the camp and town aro both  in good shape for the winter. All  men working underground, muckers as  well as miners, .are paid $3 for the  eight-hour day. Several of the mines  are shipping ore, notably the Little Phil  .and the Tariff, tho ore from both being  treated at the Highlander concentrator.  The Little Phil employs 35 and the Tariff  22 men. Maxwell Stevenson has between  15 and 20 at work on his big tunnel aud;  at the Highlander concentrator; judge  Hatch has 10 on the Star, and about the  same number are at work on the No. 1.  On Woodbury creek mines about 50 meri  are employed.  A Strike on the Mars.  What promises  to   be  an   important  strike was made this  week  on the Mars'  mineral  claim, which adjoins  the  Kirk-  well and Juno claims in the Juno  group.  In prospecting  the surface  ofthe  claim-  the  outcropping  of a big  quartz  ledge:  was encountered.    Although very  little  work has  been  done upon the iind  the  outlook is very encouraging.     The  ledge  where it has spread out'is  about twelve  feet   wide   and   the    stringers    coming  through the cap are of rose quarts*;.    The  Mars is owned by E. Stanley  and J. Me-  Latchie.  Good Strike Made on Cody Creek.  Sandon, October 7.���The Docksteader  brothers made a good strike tins Aveek  on their prospect on Cody creek, about  two miles above the Cody townsite.  They have uncovered a good, strong  ledge, which carries from six to eight  inches of high-grade galena.  Backbone of Canada.    -  The Toronto Globe sees  in  the  recent  discoveries of copper ore at various points;  along the northern shoresof Lake Superior and Lake Huron the true  source of  ?iseS>felel^^  Siioclart^UieTi-ibUiiOT " :   Victoria, October 7.���The coronets' inquest on the deabh of Mike Powers developed that one of his two assailants  was probably a woman in man's clothes,  and that Mike knew the parties but  would not tell their names. This caused  free mention of the iiainG of Powers'  wife, now separated froin�� him, but inquiry made by the provincial police established tlie fact that she. had been iu  Kamloops 'continuously for some time be^  for the crime was committed'.  Change in Superintendeiits.  Ui'ii.irI)V00k Mot-ftM.  The change in superintendents of tliis  division lias taken place. M. II. .MacLeod, who has held that position since  tlie Crow's Nest branch was taken over  by the company, has been assigned to  other important work, and J. A. Cameron  is appointed in his place. The official  circular announcing the change states  that Mr. Cameron will have charge from  Dmmiore Junction to Kootenay Landing,  and that his office will be in Cranbrook.  A Job for the Next Council.  The city has undertaken to abate the  nuisance caused by the discharge of sewage on the lake front. The outlet pipe is  being cleaned out. It is not likely that  any attempt will be made this year to  extend the present pipe out into the  channel The city engineer reports that  the water is too high this year to permit  of the work being doue to advantage till  spring ; so it will, doubtless, fall to the  new council to carry the pipe to deep  water. ���        ..  Matte Shipments.  The    Hall    Mines   smelter    yesterday  shipped two cars of matte over the Crow's  Nest branch to New  York.     Tlie  matte  was valued at something over $10,000.  "���nijtti^i^fre,1^  "i>��ij*ie?;o^^  $jay-eS:yb^^^  %��11 ythisi yiifiej .,ahi"*#uii^iiyu^  ��� .5&10 efegan is -^lipla"*;^ :  -Gow^iT'-^pp^y^  ���: ^e::oWm^a^:^0^^!m :Ql^to-#:n:|3vOOQ,t  ������OQCrfeir '^e^^lfer.fe^i; *yjft e;h ���. &y-^ijiiepih-;.  ;i3a!rati^e}y'yif^^  ���'fchi^y pj^yitf^y^Their^ was--  looked''- npoh'ft^wi"-)*^ ihe;  east with the ^weJ't_'lvil|:;_):roVe % be the  ba*ekbone of :jb'liei.,c$ui.'tiiS':'. ���  A. Iiesso)**,^:ijt.--:*EdQtt_'_iic:sj.  Anincijfeaseih' the i;aite. of 'iiuteiiesfe in  London frSin 3f fe 4|per;eent has caused1  a fall of moi'e 'Wiaix a eeiit in the,price of  consols. The consols, or. consolidated  stock, weie issued in 1888-to I'eplaqe sev^  ei\al other lines of'bonded'debt owed by  the Unified Kingdom.    They hear 2| per;  SHAMROCK LEADS THE COLUMBIA  By 26 Seconds in Tirst 15 Miles.  New York, October 0.���There was a  spanking breeze from the northwest and  a heavy swell from tho eastward when  the yacht Columbia, under mainsail and-  jib, flitted nwny from a point oil' Southwest ,Spit at 0.20 o'clock today and, with  sheets eased a trifle, headed for the  Sandy Hook lightship ab a twelve-knot  clip.  Besides manager-owner Isolin and Mrs.  Iselih there were on boiird Herbert Leed,  captain Nat HerresholT, who, when the  yacht passed the Associated Press boat,  was lying on the weather side of the deck,  watching the sky through a-pair of green  goggles, captain Woodbury Kane, Newbury Thorne and Hugh Kelly, the last  named representing the Royal Ulster  Yacht Club. ..Captain Barr held the  wheel to windward, one of the crew  assisting on the lee side. The rest of the  crew were distributed along the weathcr  rail. Columbia was carrying the same  mainsail as on Thursday.  Shamrock made an early start from  Sandy Hook. She passed out by the  point of the hook at 9.05, carrying the  same sail as Columbia, arriving off the  lightship a few minutes before 1 o'clock.  Captains Ben Parker, Hogarth and  Wringe were on the deck. At 10.20  Columbia sent up her Avorking topsail in.  stops, the wind., being strong enough at  that time to warrant the setting of that  sail; but even while they were hoisting  it, the wind lightened off considerably,  and fifteen minutes later the No. 2,club  topsail was bent on. Shamrock also bent  ou a No. 2 club topsail, and both yachts  set tlieir sails at almost the same time.  At 10.30 the tug which was to drop the  outer .mark started to log off the course  at fifteen miles to leeward. Four minutes later down came Shamrock's club  topsail, and in just nine minutes her  biggest; jack-yarder was mastheaded and  shook out. Columbia kept her No. 2 topsail, Captain Barr probably hoping that  it would be more desirableiu ths wind-  cent interest per annum, payable quarterly till 1003> when the rate will fall to  ^A^pei:kcent.^JfedempMon-mav be effecj-edL  at par after 1923. The interest on this  line of stock determines its value, and as  the rate paid has been highoi: than  Could be obtained from other lines of  ijivestmen t equally safe and convenient  tliey have been selling above par. A  change in the rate of interest on money  affects the relative advantage of interesfc-  beariiig securities. With the advances  in the rate of intef est the consols witli a  fixed rate became relatively less desirable.  Investors look for a higher rate of interest, and to-secure it they must .obtain  the consols at a relatively lower price.  As the returns yielded, by tlie eon-  sols are definite there is no other  basis         for          determining their  value. But it is a mistake to rely on  similar calculations in estimating the  value of stocks that represent an interest  in any enterprise. That should be estimated according to the value of tho  goods, machinery and other things actually possessed. Dividends resulting  from temporary advantages are no basis  for valuation.    SHORT BITS OF NELSON NEWS.  Frederick Flaniiigau, who was arrested  on Friday upon a charge of assault, was  remanded for eight days by mayor  Neelands yesterday. If the prosecution  is ready before that date the preliminary  hearing will be proceeded with.  The city clerk has issued the accounts  for sewer rentals for Baker and Vernon  street property. The rental charges for  this section of the city .amount to $450.  A laborer named Blossom had a narrow escape yesterday when digging a  trench to connect the sewer on Baker  street with a building in course of erection. The sides of the trench caved in,  burying him almost to the neck. Fully  an hour elapsed before he. was dug. out.  He suffered no serious' injury.    ';._���-'"  y -  ":_lj'#"4'h'iul"w^^  ^dht��w^t.y: ���; The; .Wuftl, ���' y0Z :'M��^ -#$n"  IheV'ifer Wi>;-h;oi$^  4dfS0r^ieii'ihg_j ' E&hj'l'h^  ���:-th&-feo;Ui:^  '.So'^hai-starh^ ' fe^^:^';^?i-;  -.<srosS" 'Mi&.=:- e^^^^yi^0^i0iMm^0^  y��t^e$'onyallfc$&fe  '^lijpeyjip^iOh. ytihey':saih'e-^  ?|tajfSaiIs. .As! she.:. Sid ������so/iea;{)tain-- .Barji,  ���fpdi'il in the tiihe,. kept (Soiufhbia q# for  "afeonl? tiiirty seconds," thick*, luffing :her  'ishai'p. "On1: "tiie Wind'^gaui". headed Jier-to^  fett-li close by the: 'doniihittee. boat's, bow  On^he Avay toyth-s linep^Her sfeiysails  .had;hotbmnset'"Jretand^ ShanirQck wits  . traveiiing with better1 headway towards  the .sanie spot.  Skinpei* Hogarth seeing his -chance, now  'being fess than a niimite before gun fire,  sent Shamrock's ;bOw.j.lri:fe close along  Colunibia's lee quai'ter ready to luff out  a"t=guli_-fire_-if_.the_JOPPOi'tu_;_ty came.  her, even though  she  blanketed her several  times.    Finally, at  11:41, Shamrock  kept square off on  the  course, breaking  out  her spinnaker,  Columbia   following  suit.    For   some  minutes   the   head   of  Shamrock's spinnaker  would  not break  out, while  its  foot  was tiuiling  in   the  water.    Her balloon jib-topsail liad been  set a few minutes,  and  both  sails  were  pulling   splendidly. # .Sometimes   Columbia's bows showed out ahead and some-,  time^ Shamrock's, looking  at them from  a point on the  starboard  beam  of both  boats.    Columbia   finally   pulled   out   a  length to the good, and  in  ten  minutes  she gained another length.    At 12:15 she  was fully half a dozen lengths in the lead.  The    yachts    had   been    sailing   down  along the Jersey beach and  within three  miles of it.    They were so far  off their  course that it soon became evident  they  must jibe to fetch  the  outer mark.    As  soon as Hogarth saw  the  mark at 12.52  he took in Shamrock's  spinnaker, jibbed  her and trimmed down  the balloon jib  topsail in just five minutes.    Before  Columbia's crew had realized what he was  up to, the  green  boat, with  everything  drawing  splendidly^ was  lifting up towards the American  boat.    In  just  six  minutes she had passed her.  Then captain  Barr and his crew woke up, took  in  the  spinnaker, jibbed Columbia smartly but  were slow in trimming down the balloon  sheet.    Shamrock was then  well  out to  windward of Columbia.    Hogarth set the  spinnaker for five  minutes,  which  gave  her an additional lead of several lengths.  Columbia did not set hers until'1:20. and  took it in a few minutes later.    The outer  mark was now in  plain  sight and  both  yachts were approaching it with booms  spread off to the starboard.    At  1:33, in  came  Shamrock's   balloon    jib    topsail,  Columbia's two .-minutes  later and  both  yachts jibbed at 1.36.20.  Columbia had gained so much during  the past 15 minutes that it was evident  there was going to be some close work at  the outer mark. Then Shamrock's  crew., trimmed down sheets as the  yachts luffed around the mark.  Columbia's  bowsprit was right over her:  ^jteatl:yi'taXlih'^|^  'secOUds^^leafny?  Both yachts were riiiiiiing parallel to the  line,,neither daring' to keep off till the  Signal, They were about the centre of  the line at gun fire, (.nick as a flash,  skipper Hogarth put his helm down,  shot Shamrock across Columbia's wake  aiid, as lie straightened her up again, her  bowsprit Overlapped Oohimbia's weather  quarter. He was able to accomplish this  by reason of the Irish boat having better  headway than "Columbia.  Captain Barr held, his course .almost"  over to the lightship lit the weather end  of the line before keeping off, thus trying to force Hogarth out of tlie commanding position '���which ' he liad so.  cleverly obtained, but in vain._ .Shamrock not only held her position* but  began to overhaul the other and blanket  her. The official, time of the nice was:  Columbia, 11:21:02; Shamrock, 11:21:10,  As in one of the previous races, Hogarth did not set his balloon jib-topsail,  being better prepared with No, 2 jib-  topsail for the luffing match wliich he  felt sure to come. It came with a vengeance, for Columbia, in order to prevent  the green boat from blanketing her,  was obliged to hi If fully half a  dozen     points     out    of     her     course.  As it was, in five minutes* her mainsail  was blanketed by Shamrock, the only  sail drawing on Columbia being the  balloon jib top sail for a few minutes^. So  far out of their courses were they luffing,  that all the excursion fleet, 011 the west  side of the course, had to get out of tlio  way at full speed. Ten minutes after  the start, Shamrock ��� liad the weather  berth, Columbia being a.couple ol* lougtlis  under her lee bow. Five minutes, later,  Shamrock took in her.small staysail and  and set a balloon staysail.  In spite of all she. could do, Shamrock  was not* able this, time to .outfoob Columbia sufficiently to pass clear ahead of  y:^Aft����^;"\v|is^2^  wJitfe:;Co;h^^  p.' s%Ohd-S,. ������'"tM'i-'.-V^v^  :fi.!v^K'ofr:ih!5i^  .'fa*W!'i/uh%i��^  "y .';��^i.n/hfc^  ' se'eouo^''i@Ugenr^theiT-*iiia ���  Tlieh ijacjh, ��� -"tacketl ytpur'' tihies ^ia.:..Jthree..;  ruitUiies} andl ^.'hai!, ^IJy JJiri ro<|I^-|5f||M g ;&i^-v  ed^fooub^tyvv'iicte V_-3i|^i��_/_$y|Tiij_|^  was ^rbytvihg;;h'ghitiir%ii ��� the;- "Mni|*,iy'.iVj&V.  ���the' ioug- ieasteily-: swells^::^oth^ihg^. th^  boats;, epusid^aijly; :wh;e.ii;:von 'tlie'���.p^rt;  tack, makiiig/thein splash ���:a'_'__.gfto"|;'-"<3._t:*il',.';:  Whicli: d^d-enect'^^thetr JieadAvfayp Afe-2:Mj  Coliiiilbia..sll.lit tack With Shainroek andy:  went off siiore breeise hviiitiug on they  port tack, When, at .5;l(.i4|l S^luwiiroek;  tacked to ppi% aiid <3ohimbia ten. iiiinutes  1 a tTJr "to^WrboW  opposite -tafik..., It was a question of by  how Much Shamrock could pass the  Columbia's how, Golnwibia, however,,  tacked before the other reached her,:  it 'being evident tluit Columbia  Was now to leeward and Shami'oek  in lead. At 2:*_<t, AVheu Cohiinbia tacked  to port, she liad, inade twelve tacks from  the outer mark. Shamrock, liad made  one less. Slowly they uindo their way to  windwart,! during the next half liotvr,  each being in the lead at tiiiles for Several minutes.  They .split tacks at 3:10, when Cohiinbia went off shore again looking lor the  wind, and ��wheu next they came together  it was 4:10. Frojil some positions to lea-  ward it looked as if Shamrock would  cross Colunibia's bow by quite a  large margin, Cohnubia being on starboard tack and having right of way.  However, Shamrock was forced about liy  Columbia, which yacht, when Shamrock  had gone about, was on the hitter's  weather beam about a length away.  Some idea of the close sailing of the  two yachts on the same tack may be  gathered from the fact that froni -1:15 to  4:31 when the race was declared off, the  shadow of Shamrock's club topsail remained almost in one spot on the Ico side  of Columbia's mainsail. If today's race  had been continued to the finish, some  five miles away, it would be exceedingly  hard to predict the winner. The handling  of both boats was excellent, bub  the balance was probably in favor of  Shamrock's skipper and crew.  . Had the race in reality ended when  the event' was declared off, .Shamrock  would have: won by seven-seconds actual  time and by 12 seconds corrected time,  supposing of course .Columbia allowed  her 5 seconds for 25 miles, instead of 0.31  seconds for 30 miles.  . '..,. Aguinaldo s  Manila, October  regiment will sail for  on the  transport  Indiana after  passed  in  the  harbor.     Most  of  these  troops have been stationed in the South-  em islands.    Their colonel says they  aro  iu excellent health and much benefited by  the  service.     Two  men were  killed   in  action  and  one was  killed accidentally.  The chaplain and several died of disease.  ���   Auginaldo, in a proclamation announcing the release of the American prisoners  and authorizing tho  Filipino  soldiers  in  northern   provinces  to  1 etui 11   to  their  homes, says: "In America there is a great  party  that   insists  on   the  government  recognizing    our    independence.      That  party will, in all probability, compel the  United States to fulfill the promise made  to us in good faith,  though  not  put in  writing.   Therefore we  must show our  gratitude and maintain our position more  resolutely than ever.    Wc should pray to  God that that gieatDemociat party may  win the next pi evidential  election  and  imperialism fail in  its  mad  attempt to  subjugate us by force  of arms.    There  are some  Americans  in  the  Philippines  who have   joined  us  because they  disapprove of war, or what  Mr.  Atkinson  calls crimiual aggression.     AVhen offered  a chance to  return  to  their  own  camp  they declined."  Throughout the pioclamation Aguinaldo denounces the "Imperialists," in-  -stead of the Americans, as iu fornier  documents. He calls the world to witness -tliat the Filipinos have not broken  the alliance made with the Americans  through admiral Dewey and the United  Sbates consuls at Hongkong and Singapore.   .  The people, on seeing the American  prisoners,!cried out: "We do not war  against the Unibed .Sbatesl We only  defend our independence against the  Imperialists; the sons of that mighty  nation are our fiiends and brethren!"  Seamy Side of German Society.  Berlin, October 7.���Today's developments in the trials of persons charged  with gambling at the Club Ilarmlosen  indicate that the special commissioner,  who Avas entrusted to work up the  prosecution, was- wholly unfit for  the task. He allowed the worst  offenders to escape. Three of the defendants, will,be acquitted of the charge of  fraudulent practices. Emperor William,  ^:_,iip;.^r||pp|jig_(;y on good authority, will  "_3"|^e*'o<ii.6ny;|^^^iibi-gambling decree. The  i&al^A^tlrfee*!! fashionable and sporting  ^Wcl;e|itofcltIte4*.*i,y depths. General Von"  ':-jS^i^mieii^��ii&i^v of one of the defend-  Sl5^_^��tli��*6,^mnuwider of an army corps  jap,-<J^|ta^iji_tiiftate adviser of emperor Wil-  SS^i||ifn'Siij<!|^ appear. His son admit-  ^f^^i^P^ifSi been guilty of fleecing,  ji'hrAV^I^ihi^i^ied army circles, it is ns-  '^sM'i&drtl0k^0ninciov William not only  vWfiyyi^^^ fchoioughly  sifted, but  'i.niI"$JXds^ trials shall be followed  |_hy jUiyfe^ifli^iSiJfe weeding out of gamblers  .ahdyOJ;J%^ officers.  y:"--:yl.:y?^a^;ii|pM*turn m the Spring.  .:������;:��� y- .; ).a.'::y".>;.;:;-_p"ii.tou.-. Tnmis  " LQiid;.B^|ii.9u, who has purchased the  'Aha'COflda-hiclge .it Atlin, has returned.  ���fle':_i'iftTe',d,0'>V*'fc3)n the steamer City of  SeatBi^ acc^|i]^an ied by Fiederick Hag-  gard. a~re'lajiveyof Rider Haggard, A. H.  Broitijevj a ''h)M?ng engineer, and W. J.  i?ar,tijiil'ge. ileysaid the sale has not been  n^isoiufejy/dlosi&l, but he and his associates  had practically; .coneluded to purchase the  propertyy "Afchn," lord Hamilton re-  nia,i?ked>, "is a; good country, but it needs  Capitalyfor its. dixv elupment. Ib is rich in  j_oj,v_gi*at|(_ di__gg^The climate I found most  delighbful, ��Sdr*ih~ fact7"tli_~lTip-gave~hTe~  much pleasure. Indeed, I should !uve to  return in the spring and go up noith  again.    Possibly 1 may."  Will Soon Se Silverton's Banner Mine  The Noonday mine at Silverton .shipped a carload of ore lasb week, which  brought the total shipments tip to 500  tons, or wibhiii 80 tons of the .shipments  Diaife by the Wakefield, .Silverton's ban-  im.)L-uiiiiB. Fifteen men are employed on  tins Noonday doing development work.  The Noonday did not ship a ton of ore  until after the mine managers of the  .Slocan issued their manifc-to Lo the elTect  that miners inu*b accept J*. 3 a day if they  wanted work. The Noonday has paid  $3.50 a day right along and will continue  to do so.,  Ooiripleted to Dawson.  VaxcoOVi'iR, October 7, ��� The first  batch of messages over the new telegraph  line from Dawson ai rived in the city yesterday, having comedown by the steamer  City of Seattle. Tiie line was completed  to Dawson ou the 2Sth. The first message  was ono from superintendent Charleson  to the deputy minister of public works  at Ottawa, announcing the completion of  the line.  Alaskan Boundary Settled Within Four Days.  London, October 7.���lb nowhcems that  the Alaskan controversy v�� ill probably  be .settled earlier than was suggestsd  yesterday. Tliere is reliable authority  for the statement that the finishing  touches will be given at Washington  Within the next four days.  The Metal Market.  Nisw Yoaic, October 7.���Bar'  58c. Silver certificates 58c(_j.'59c.  can dollars _8c.  silver  Mexi- _ TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8,  1890.  .^ ���.*s3i^_P^^-,*s4:��._?!-^:-^ :S>^^*S'3^^'S'^^'^:^'-fS^'^'��^'^,S*^.A  $j\ You    can   always   count   on   seeing   the   very   newest   and  JJ nobbiest   styles of  mantles   at   this   store  and   in   any style   or  ��\ length,   short,  medium or long*,  full or tight  fitting back    We  j$K have done a   big   business   in this department during   the  past  fljjl few weeks and the common opinion of the hundreds of women  ���Ss who have  inspected   this   part   of our stock   is   that   "they are  $tl the nicest we have ever seen."  3| Prices from $5 to $25.  Pf$ Children's coats and reefers from .$1.75 to $9 each.  W)  m  Sfk  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO  BANK  OP  B."0.  BUILDING.  NELSON.  TEIR-VIS   CASH  ^&&&mi&^^&&&^&&&^&&&&&&^  m  BOYS UNDERWEAR  Boy's Underwear cannot always be had, but our stool-  is complete at present and we would advise early buying  MEN'S OUTFITTER  'Sign of the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F.- WEIR  Wholesale  Houses  DERATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  TIIORPJ"* & CO., LIMJT.KD.-Corner Vernon and Cedar  streets, Nolson, niiuiufnofui-ors of und wholesale  dealers in icrnled waters nnd fruil; syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon .Springs mineral water.  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  WF. TKKTJCKIv & CO.���Corner linker and .Tose-  ��� phino streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in ns-  payers' supplioi. Agents for JJenvor b'ire Clay Co. of  Denver, Coloiado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY PICA K-MANUI'UOTUIUNG OO.-Cor-  nor Haker and Hall streets, XeNon, liiunufnctiircis.  of "Royal Sea)1'and "ICooienay JJellc'* brands of oig.irh.  *   COMMISSION-MERCHANTS/  H,l. EVANS & CO.���linker street, Nelson, wholc-nlc  ��� dealers in liquors, cigars, eoinoiiL lire brick-nnd  lire clii). water pipe "'mid stool rails, and general com-,  mission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED. '  B I? A CK "MAN &.KJ0H MILLING COMPANY LTD.-  Froitt. street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, ele., and hay and wain. Mills nt Jidiiionloii, Vic-  toria, and New Westminster.  GROCERIES.  A'MACDOXATjD & CO.^-Conicr Vernon and Jose-'  ���   phinc streets, wholesale grocers und jobbers ill  hlaiikois, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers, mnckinaws and  ' miners'sundries.___, _ _    *  KOOTKNAY,-SUPPLY    COMPANY,    LIMITED-  Vcrnon street, Nelson, wholesalegrocers,  JOHN 'cirOLIUTCn   &  CO.��� Kionl street,  Nelson,  whole.siile grocers.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PBUPN.S  &  CO.���Haker street,  Nelson, wholesale  ���   dealers in fresh and cured meats. ' (.'old storage.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HliYICliS & CO.���Corner Haker and Josephine .streets,  ���   Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining  (supplies.   Agents for Giant, Powder Co.  LAAVPKNCK jr.\l?n"\\-AUK COMPANY���Haker St.,  NeKon, whole-ale dealers, in hardware and mining  supplies, and water and plumbers'supplies.  ANCOUVKIi UARinVAUK COM PA NY, lAXllTKl)   =-JJakcr-st rout,-Nelson. vvnolesalc~cIe.ilei'.s_in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  ���"���pUJUNEtt, BKKTO.Y &., CO.���.Corner .Vernon, and Jose-  ���"*��� phine streets,, Nelson, whoIefSlle dealers in liquors;,  dg|i.rs and dry-goods. Agents lor Pabst JlroWing Co. ��l*  JViilwaukco and Calgiiry Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER. CAPS AND FUSE.  ptAM'IhTiiX PQWBKM. COaiPA^Y���Ufiker street,  ���.-M- Nelson^ ntuuufaCturoi-.s of dyniimite. Kpoi'tiiig,  SKuiKping iW.d black blasting powders, wllcilosale <lc;.tlcrs  in cnpsinhd fuse, and electee blasthig apparatus.  PROYISIONS, J-RDDUCJ? AND FRUIT S.  PAIISON8   pJtOJ'I'UCK   C���M-|JANY-Verlj��-h   street.  Nelson,. whOlo_iie dealers in   pr<>vi��Ioii?i.  produce,  ii.iiid fiSMilH.   AKonts for Swift. & Co. bacon and lulms.  JY. OiRJJ'"f|i'IN Ss CO.��� Cotijor Vernon and .I'osCplUne  �����' streets,,  Nolson,   Wholesale do;tlor�� in   provision*-,  jiuried Mtisrift, butler and eggs*.  Fg. S'rBVYAlt'r & CO.-WarchousoK on C. P. R.  ���; trfiefc, fool. Of Klnnley street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in provisions, produce find��� frtiits. Colrl storage.  Agents Armour St CO. s bacon, liailts, lard and other pro��  duets,  SASH AND DOORS.  MjtL.so'tf Saw and pr,A.p\riNG uills. LiMrrrso-  Coi'nor Ki-ont and Hall street*, Nelson, manufac-  turerii (If and wJioles-'tle <letiler.s in sash and doors; all  ���kindsof /at-toi-y Work made to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANl', T.IM'IT'KD-Coi---  ner l'>onl and-Hall streots. Nelson, wholesale dealers  in wines (case and biillc) and domestic und imported  cigar*.  Wh$ Wvtbmw.  DAny tlniTlOK   Wbeklv JSDmow    FrBST Ykak, No. 2.17   SeVbnth Ykak, No. 37  Tins Conservative party of tlieprovince  of'British Columbia, in convention assembled, lias placed itself on record on the  eight-hour law. Was the action ono of  principle or one of expediency? Tun  Tribune is inclined to believe that it was  one of expediency.    The men who control  the Conservative party in this province  are not noted for their love of Jiien .who  labor for a day's wage in or out of mines.  On the contrary, they are known to bo  controlled by the interests that are  antagonistic to labor and labor ��� organizations. A political party that is forced to  adopt a principlecis not likely to make  that principle effective, once they gain  office. It would be so with the Conser-  vatiAre party, were that party to gain  control of the provincial government.  Adoj^ting the principle of the eight-hour  law is mere political buncombe.".- Were,  the statute books���filled with eight-hour  laws, with the penalty clauses omitted, of  what- value would the laws bo to the  laboring classes?       , ;  Oni" of the predecessors of the Semlin  government passed a Ia\v prohibiting the  employment of Chinese .underground in  mines. The law was all right in principle;  but how did it work ? Ask I). M. Eberts,  late attorney-general iu the Turner  government? The law interfered with  the right of contract; it. deprived free  citizens, like the Dunsmuirs, of the right  to hire whom they pleased ? It was legislation passed in tlie interest of the  laboring classes, at their request. It was  passed by a government that was not  friendly to the men who secured its passage, and the result was that the law  was a nullity. It was a mere husk, ft  contained no penalty clause. It could bo  disregarded with impunity. Kvery opponent of the eight-hour ltvw is now  shrieking himself hoaj'se-in-favor-of���tiio-  principle of the eight-hour law; but  they all want the penalty clause repealed. What a job lot of political tricksters  and time-servers they are, to be sure.  Tile law as it stands means something ;  ���repeal the penalty clause and the law  would hot mean anything.  I*r IpS said that the price of  beef . has  been advanced, or "sV'il] be advancec,1,fruni  one to two cents a pound.   This should  cause the closing down of every work on  which   beef-eating   men.   tire, employed.  What -right has .Pat Burns, or any other  cattle king, to arbitrarily raise tlio price  of a coMunodity used by mine managers ?  It is not fair play,     It is an outrage.    It  is as gross an interference with tlie rights  of individuals as is. that damnable piece  of legislation, the eight-hour law.    What  a pity the affairs of this world were not  so arranged that men could be prevented  from taking  advantage  of their  opportunities.   Then the mine managers would  not be allowed to work a property tliat  was stocked for ten tinies its real Value,  and mine ownership would be confined to  nien -who paid actual cash for their holdings.    Everything would   be  on  a  dead  square basis.   :_   The majority of the people of this province will not bo fooled by specious promises, even though the promises are inade  by the leaders of the political party with  whom they affiliate. The majority of the  people know that the leader.-") of tho Conservative party in this province are not  acting on the square when they declare  themselves to be in favor of the eight-hour  law. The leaders of the Conservative  party in British Columbia.arc pronounced  opponents of any legislation that effectually shortens the hours that men can be  compelled to work underground in metalliferous mines, or that prevents the employment of Chinese in the coal mines.  Coxskrvativks like .1. Boderiek  Bobertson, and AV. A. Macdonald, and  T. Mayne Daly and David Mark Carley  can all be depended on to vote the  straight Conservative ticket ; but were  either the one or the other of those politicians elected to the legislature,, could  they be depended on to vote against the  repeal of the penalty clause of the eight-  hour law?  SON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  We Sell . . .  A Novel Invention .  For Collars, Cuffs,  Shirt Bosoms and Fine  Laundry Purposes.c.  udsoii's  Telephone 13     , i  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO:  NJCLSON, 13. C.  CofTec roasters and dealers in Tea and CofToe.  Oiror,fresh roasted colFcc of best, quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Madia, per pound ,.. .$   10  .lava and Mocha J31end, S pounds ;  1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds  1 00  Santo-; Blond, 5 pounds   1 00  Our Special Blend, C pounds.. ��  1 00  Our Jiio Roast, 6 pounds.. ,   100  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East  of  Oddfellows  Bfoclt;,   West  Baker Stseet  Nelson Iron Works  MANUKACTOKERS OK  ENGINES, BOILERS. SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION  RepairR promptly nfctondrd lo.       P. O. Box 173.  Bulbs  for   Fall  Planting"  20,000 Holland Bulbs to arrive in Scrtcmber ;_5000_J,apati _  Lilies to arrive in October; lj'JO Illiododendrons, Aziileas,  Magnolias, Itosc.;, etc. to arrive in October. Thousands  of Koscs, Oamelias, Krnit and Ornamental Trees. Slii-ubs,  olc, growing on iny own grounds lor tho fall trade.  Catalogue free.  M. J. Henpy     -     Vancouver", B. C  And I want to be in it. I ho,vft just received  Fall samples or Suitings and 0:vor-  coatiiigs represcntinij ii ^Hl),(i00, stock to  chooilfr frofn made 1.0 your order at ppice.4  never bufoec beard ofin Nelson. All the latest  fads in Mmey VOsI.ingf* for I'��ill��nd Winter.  1/idles't.ailoHiig in all ilNlw-aneltusss speoiivlt.y.  Lowest price*   JMoms % and: II, JJlllyyv lilouk.  8te��et|s* TI|B Tailor  NOTICE.  On and after the 1st. of October iSIKTi live Grand Central  Hotel will ;be run strictly on the Jfiui-opeuu plan.  W'u liave lltled up a new (Lilting nsmn witli a seating  capacity for o.no hundred people which will lie run in  connection with the hotel. All meals twenty-live ceiil.s,  payable in the dJnirig'rooin. Will be pleased to furnish'  meal tickets on applicatitm.  Rooms by tho (lay, week or month.  Thanking yoir for your gcnci-ous p;lt ronage iu the past;,  and trusting to he favored with, a eQfit.Uiiiu.flcc of saino in  .tho future. I remain, re. .icctfully yours,  i<\ srMrsoN.  150 men; axemen, tie makers, right-  of-way . men, etc., for contract work  near Duncan City.  FRANK PREVOST.  RAILROAD W0BK.  Oner hundred men wanted on North HUxv Brunch of  ('row's Xest Railway, at. (.'ranhrnok, British ('oluiuhia,;  gum! wages. Three miles n. slut ion work to let for iio.nI.  Ihii'ly days. Traiisporlaliiin rales one cent per miie.  Transport at ion can be obtained from ('anadiiiii 1'acillc  railway agent at Nulson or at any ('. I'. II. station.  .-   -. ��� .    JIJtl-'f'lvJ.r.'ltlJKJI'' &.1A1XD  .Cranbrook, October 2nd, IS!)!', j '.     Coiilraclois. ..  B  to m  #  m  # ���= ,   ��� ,,  == m  # Fop something' that will  please you see what we are f  showing* in men's white shirts our line at !��.  $1 each cannot be surpassed. #  EVjade of good washing Flannelettes  nicely finished and good styles.  Ladies' and Children's, Ladies' Capes and  �� Furs are being opened daily.  JAGKETS  '.***���-  m  # Silk, satin and cashmere  shirt  and blouse   waists, a#  ^   ' larg"e variety to select from ��  1���: .. __^���__���_���_���: :���_���____���___��� m  Ladies5 and children's Cashmere Hose5 rib aqd plain  We ask you to inspect the above g'oods.  n&  m  #  Bafker  Street,   Nelson.  *  , m  Beer'or I~i��_If=  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  The Finest Residential  Property  in  Nelson  [BOGUSTOWN]  All  the   unsold   lots  in   the   Fairvicw   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.  THE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THE  Corner Silica nnd  St.-inlny _t.rect��.  E. J. DURBAN, Prop.  ��� ��� ���  ROYAL BEAX, AMD  KOOTl3H_rr BELLE  ai&ARa .   ... .  rove  Garden  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.    *  THE BEST BEER  BREWED AT HOME  OR ABROAD  ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES.  ECIIFITTEITM  The ptjpnly Isj limited, bo rail Parly and examine this pU)ok.  Hai'o just received n. consignment at Harris homo  jnndo tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FBED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. lelson  UNION  MADE  lootenay Cigar Ian|.  Nelson, Uritlsh Columbia,  R REISTERER & CO.  BRBWEUS AND BOTTL"ERS OF  Ale and Poptei?  Brewery ai Nelson.  Prorntrt and regular  dolivery to the brado.  Lime 70 Ceqts per 100 pounds.  Will deliver In ton lots  Crick $12 per thousand.  At yard or en soiws at government wharf.  The West ^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker" Stroot;    ���-��� T. Q. PBOOTOK. Ma_a_*er  NOTICE.  NotiqeiK" Ijoroliy Kiven l.lial, ihMiij'i.j- days, T Intend ���to  apply to (lie cliiel* eoriiinissioiiui' of JmhIs nnd ivoi-ks-, for.  i>ei.-iiiissioti. tw uUtuiuL carry nwiy tinibei' oil* this, ibtilovv  <lusciiibu<l: liwrtsS:..  (^(jiiUnoJiijiiiKnt: 1 lionOi-lhoiist corner1 of 11,1%3\fcl"_i&  Mid's tiwlioroliiini, on LafnUieu uriiufc, on south ilrdi ot  JCooluiiiiy Jjhku,' I'liiniceeasl. forty ehiiitiM, IJienuO' soutli,  Ion elinins, (.Iience on��l> iiiiial.y Kfiilinw, I'lniiifu ii'Ofl'h toil  c.IuiIiik; Ihence east I.'()r.l.y��li\,u'c4iiiins, iIkmico .south llfty  ehiuliMy thence: westMive.oJiniiis: liii-lieesotilli U!ii��lill|ns.;  thuneu west seventeen einiiii.ptj Iho.i.ieo .uiil'b ten elinins:  l-lieneu west'<3i|f{>loQ|i (Sluults, thonue north  lun liluiiiiSj  :' Uj��iii:u, wost fin l.y Chilins.JIieiieesoiith filn elinins, llienee  west foi'ly ohtiins ;. thenuc South ;fiun clm.il.is- l.henciu West  foi'iy-Hvu eliiifns, Ihonee1 north ul_lit'.}' oliiiinn to }jln��e of  i ti'iiuineneoinent, O'lSD.-'OJtAY.  Nulson, it, tl., Soptonilioi'SSiid, IS!)*),  NOTICE.  Notice Ih liereby given tliat in Ihirjy tlrtys. I fnienrt to  a])|:��ly to tlieifliiul* eotninissioncr of lands, anil woi-Ijs, for  I'lUnjiission to ent nnd��avry away ttnitiei* oil' tho below-  described lands:  Commencing at a post, about twoanda half miles up  Lafniuco creel;, on the soutli. anil <>l* tCoOtonny lalie, oom-  itioiioihg- at, the north westeoriier; thenco east live ehains.;  thenee north forty chains!; thenee east twenty ehains;  thenee north ten ehains: Ihonee casLiiino chains; thenco  north ten chains; thence east five cliains; thence north  ton chains; thenee east fen chaius; thenee noith ton  chains; thence east ton cliains; thenee north ten  chains; tlience east twelve elinins; Ihence north live  chains.; thenee east thlrty-cl^ht chains; Ihence north  twenty ehains; thence east fourteen chains; thenco  south twenty chains; thenco west ui'g'htecn cliains;  Ilieneesoutli six chains; thence west twenty chains;  thenco south twenty-live chains; thenco west ten chains;'  thenco south twenty chains; thenee west twenty cliains;  tlience south fifteen ehains; Iheneo west ten chains:  thence south twenty-live chains; thence west eijflit  elinins; thence soutli twenty Jive chains; thenco West  seventeen chains; thence south eleven chains; tlienco  west twenty chains; tlienco nortli thirty-two chains to  the place of commencement. II. 1>. McslOKKMJJl.  Nelson, JVC, August 2lll.li, 1SSKJ. y^     ���  *     TSTOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that, in thirty days I intend to  apply (6 the chief coniniissionor of binds and works for  permission to cut and carry away tiniber oil'the below  described lands :  Colmnenehig at a post ten chainssoutli of IT. Houston's  northeast corner post, on Gray creek, rniniti .rinto Crawford Hay, ou ICootenay lake, and I .bunco east forty chains;  tlienco south eighty cliains; thence west ten chains;  tlienco south eighty chains; thenco east len chains;  thenee south forty chains: tlience west forty chains;  thenee north liftv chains; thence west, ten cliains; Ihence  north one hundred cliains: Ihence east, (en chains;  tlience.north liffy-cliuins to the place of commencement.  -   "        -.*���.*..     ���TIIOaiAH Si'If-OAT.  Nelson, 11. C, September 01 h. ��� .  NOTICE.  Notico'is lieroliy Kivcii. that in "thirty days; I liiiend to  iypply td the ehiCl* coninuVsioifei'- of laiulu aiTd. :wOi-k.%  I.Vii-i)eriiiissi<.)ii to cut and carry away timber oli"iI;ie liylow  tleseribed lands:  CCpyiineucini,', at ii post itbout fl v-e miles up V"nilt crijek  on the wist arm of .Kootciifty hkni theiiee. ilsii'th ciffbty  cllai.iis; (hence west ten tiliitins; tlicneo iiortli riixtj*  clirtiits;. t'hoiK'o West ten cliains; tlience north forty  etoh|Sr; tlienco, -WiSst 'l.fcf'i eliaiW; l,lienc(i i\t>ftir fijrjy  ChHiirs; tlience wost ten cliai'iis'.;- tiieiicse norlji'i I'tiwiy  cliains: thenee 'West toil chrtJAs;.' tl'eiicib. tiKji'lli .Mii-ljj*  chains; thenco west lull elii'vliii*: tJitsnce liSrlli" twenty  chains: thence west forty elmiiis; tJieuee .-soutli liwenty  cliains; tbelicv eitef ten cliiiiiis; Ihence ��i.rttli forty  'Cham.; thence east len el.miii��, thenco. south forty"  elinins;, tlience oust, ten olintui": tlienco. south, forty  oliultiit; tlience -esisl, fen chains; thenco south, forty  ehaitis: thence east tail .liuJns; thenco soiitll sixty  cliains.; flieucii cast ten chains j flionco soufh eiftbty  chains; IheneO en.st.forty chitins lo tlio iiiado of coni-  nienccnienl. cniAIiliKS JIIJ^VJOU,  Nelson, JJ. C, AugxSt lStli, JSilll.  NOTICE.  Notice is liereby given that in Ihirfy days, T iiilond lo  Mp)d\- to Hie chief couuiiissioner of hinds and works for  permission to cufand carry away timber off the Lelow  described lands:  Commencing' at. a poKt, about I wo and a lialf miles up  from tlionmui.il ol'a creek running info Crawford Hay,  on Kootenay lake, iinti known as" Gray creek," marked  north west, corner; thenee oast forty chains; Uienco north  ton chains: thence east, twenty chains; tlience north  ten chains; thence cast thirty-live chaiijs: thence sbillli  two chains: thence cast seventeen chains; tlience soutli  sixty chains; Ihence west lil'leen ehains; tlience north  ten cliains; thence west twenty-livo chains; thenco ���  south ten chains; thenco west sixteen chains; thenco  south ten chains;, thence wost sixteen chains,; thenee  north fen chains; (.bunco west forty chains; thenco north  forty-two chains to (lie place of cnniinenoOinoiit.  JIA1MIV HOUSTON7.  Nelson, B. C��� September Oth. 1SIK).  ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  The undcrrigncd has a largo quantity of Ilr. cedar, and  tamamc slabs, in Ifi-itich and J-foot lengths, suitable for  stove wood, which will be sold for ��1 a load at tho mill  yard.  NELSON SAW & PLANING.MILLS. Limited.  Nelson, August Illth, 1899.  MINERS WANTEO.   S  The Tangier Mine,* Limited-Albert Canyon, on the"  main lino of the C. P. It., 22 miles ejist ot Rovelstoko, requires six good miners.   Wages 93.60 -per day. THE  TRTBOTE:  NELSON, B.C.,  SUNDAY,
OCTOBER «s.
1809.
Capital,
Rest,
all paid
iip.
ONTBEAL
$12,000,000
6,000,000
LOUP STItATIICONA ANI)   MT   BOYAL, President
Hon. GJCO, A. DBUMMONI) Vico-Prosident
IS   S.: CLOUSTON.-. Goneral Manager
isr"__**ii.£30']sr B-R^-'isroHC
)Sf. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.
ITiSH COLUMBIA
NELSON
Is ijoyi/ prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on SKaguay, U. S., Atlin., B. C, and
Dawson City, Yul^on. District.
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CURHKNT UATK OK INTRltEST PAID
NO
JOY
.0
IN   STOLEN   MONEY.
"There is no pleasure in stolen money,"
is tlie testimony of Charles O. Somers,
tlio noted express robber, who has just
voluntarily .surrendered to the Mississippi
authorities, aiid has asked to be allowed
to serve,but his term in the penitentiary.
.Somers has travelled widely in the last
five years, has visited Europe and lived
extravagantly there ; but his crime has
weighed on him all the time and made
liis money valueless ; and tlio Tact that
tliat he was an escaped convict, liable to
be arrested at any .moment, has, like the
death's head tit the Persian i'casb, always
stared at him and destroyed all   pleasure.
Tlie story of Soulier's crime is full of
incident antl would point a dozen morals.
No one would "make a stronger missionary
against crime than he, for no one can
better tell how "it biteth like an adder."
Somers was only 20 when he came to
Louisiana and Mississippi as a Pinkerton
detective to assist the railroads and express companies in hunting down the
gang of train robbers wlio, under the
leadersjiip of the famous Ben Bunch, had
made three or four big hauls near Duck
Hill,,Miss., and  Buckalunna, Beulen, La.,
without any danger of immediate detection. It was, he said, a momentary
temptation which he could not resist; he
took the money and walked out, and as
he was a good detective and know just
what detectives would do, he knew how
to escape and got away without the
slightest difficulty. There is every reason
to believe Somers' story that he yielded to a sudden temptation. His former
life had been blameless. There is nothing to show that he had conceived apian
of robbing. It Avas a simple case, where
he had $(>0,000 before him, saw a chance
to get away with if;, and yielded to it.
H(_ opened the safe, got the money and
escaped. .        «
Well planned as Somers'escape was, he
was not destined to enjoy his liberty
long. A few months afterwards he was
captured, brought back..to Meridian and
tried, convicted and sentenced to five
years' imprisonment at hard labor in
the penitentiary. Somers felt the disgrace very keenly as he was a man of
good family. He was confined in the
penitentiary in Jackson, but ho lived in
mental terror lest he should be sent to
one of the state convict farms, then under contract labor, and where the life
was very hard aud severe. As he subsequently wrote to governor McLaurin, no
man of the slightest.intelligence need remain in the Mississippi penitentiary who
does not care to stay there. Fearing
that he would fall into the hands of the
lie.slid down a small rope and escaped.
He was well provided with money, for he
had "salted away" the $00,000 he had
stolen, and he made at once for the Pacific Coast, intending to go to China or
Japan.
Somers found a serious difficulty iu his
way. He was too well known, for as a
detective he had met 'hundreds  of  per^
and   at   other   places.      The   campaigu    SOiis, and the Pinkertpn men were all oti
a  lookout, for  their  former   companion.
One'"[of .them   recognizetT him   irr San
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ngainst the robbers was very hot, and  m
it Somers tjok a,.leading part.    The  rai
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tlleit""^ageitt lihd ftt*'itS4ed' one, tutd he had'■,
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brought back to Mississippi and again
placed in the penitentiary. He served
sixteen months this time, but in April,
1aS!)4, he escaped and has been a free man
until he voluntarily surrendered himself
this week.
convict  contractors, Somers  planned to
escape.    He  had  been  in  prison only a
few   months "when   he left   it.     Ho had
stained   his   convict   clothes  so   that "it
would not give him away" and altered it
so that it could easily pass muster.    This
he wore under tho  ordinary prison garb.
He   waited   until   a   green   guard   was
placed in  charge  and stationed at   the
northeast tower of the penitentiary.    He
persuaded   the  guard  that  the  warden
wanted him and that ho was a "trusty,"
and when the man went to  the warden,
Somers'    second    escape    was   simple
enough.  -.No bribed one  of  the  guards,
French by name.  The two came together
to  New   Orleans,    whore   .Somers    paid
French, and they separated,    fie took the
steamer to Europe, where, under the name
of Nelson, he  has  resided  most  of  the
time since.    lie had plenty of money; he
was fortunate and increased the $00,000,
and enjoyed every  luxury,  but  his  life
abroad wjis none tlie less tx  bore  to  him
and full  of regrets.   The money taken
from the express company was paid back,
but even this did not satisfy Somers' conscience or quiet his fears.     Last year he
returned from Europe, spent some  time
in Canada, and  finally  Avandcred  off'''to'
the Klondike  Avhere  he  Avent into  the
mining business, and Avas again successful.
But all this time he Avas suffering mental torture, and neA'er once enjoyed petice.
He Avas constantly in fear that he would
"be arrested, sent back to  the  Mississippi
penitentiary and be punished as a tAA'ice
escaped criminal.    He Avas so avoII known
that he Avas always on  the  edge  of dis-.
coArery, and liis arrest .at San Francisco
convinced him that he would be identified
by any detective avIio saw him. Naturally
of au  extremely  neiwous  temperament,
this constant dread preyed upon his mind
and eA'en affected his health.
In short, Somers had made up his mind
to surrender aud serve out his term. He
had for more than tAvo years thought of.
surrender, but the idea of the striped
suit and going bitck to the hardships of
penitentiary life from the comforts he
Avas enjoying dissuaded him. What
seemed to have finally turned the scale
Avas the fact that he AAras only thirty-
three years of age. If ho did not surrender, he Avould have to endure the
present agony—his constant dread of
capture—for the, remainder of. his" life,
thirty years or'more:    If, he surrendered,-
FULL LINE OF
he Avould haA'e, at the Avorst iess than
four years to servo. This finally decided him. On his return from the Klondike ho Avent to Now York, from Avhich
city ho wrote to Governor McLauren, on
September 10th, informing him that lio
inlendcd to surrender, explaining his
crime and his two escapes from tho penitentiary and asking clemency. He loft
soon after for Jackson, stopped over to
Memphis on September 15th, where lie
telegraphed the governor that lie would
reach .Jackson the next day. This he
did, and ho is now in the penitentiary
a waiting tho decision of the governor as
to what should be done with him.
Somers made good the amount he took
from the express company, and also deposited Avith governor McLaureii'.s private secretary $'500 to. repay the state of
Mississippi the amount it had expended
in recapturing him. Ho litis settled up
the financial part of his 'crime, i\m\ expresses a willingness to suffer the penalty
and punishment Avhich his crime calls
for—but ho asks clemency.
Somers is prepossessing iii manners and
appearance. He has boon successful and
made his way in the world, and lie lias
probably seen wild life in tho last few
years during Avhich he has boon free—an
escaped convict. His case lias aroused
much sympathy. There can bo no doubt
as to liis repentance, .although he has-
made few professions on this score, and
has said that ho surrendered because the
danger of arrest, continually overhanging him, made his' life less free than in
prison.
i a TiTfc-noQiation I
To dispose of an entire car of high-class iron and
brass beds in a western mining town in less than two
months is certainly a record to be proud of, and one
seldom equalled in the large eastern cities. Yet so
great has been the demand for these goods, we have
found it necessary to wire for another car, which will
reach Nelson this week. We would ask the citizens
of Nelson to continue in showing their appreciation of
our efforts to give them the opportunity of enjoying*
the luxurious furnishings of an eastern home in the
midst of the Rockies.
®
Co.
C—!•!=}• <=> ■ £3 • (=) • f=P • (=J • (SI • 1=) • (=1 • (TP -C3- <_3 • ,_7 •(=} •
jiSQ^Ssa*S«*i3«i3^'-^^'
m NELSON SAW t PLANM MILLS, Ltd.
:H|ALQJIE & TRE0ILLUS
. PROPRIETORS
-Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors
THE BEST BKAXDS OF
j!
ALWAYS ON HAND*
can give us the size (length,
oreccmh, a%d height of ceiling)
of the room, or rooms,
unM cko the rest.   In price,
beauty of design and quality
bargains will surprise you.
Canada Brag and Bool Co,,
.xjUvEii-jei'o
Crtrnor of Bakor and Sfcfthldy Sta-cota, Nnlson
MIR GOODS AD HAIR OBMENTS
Switches from $2 up.
MRS. J. W. KEARNEY'iaa opened a Jjadies jlnir Dross-
IivK Parlor in room 1, victoria block, Nolson, and ii* prepared to furnish everything in the way of hair goods
and hair.toiiles.   Treatment of tho scalp a specialty.
"y ARCHITECTS.
TTiWART & CARRIE—Architects.   Rooms 7 and 8 Ab
J^1   ordeon block, Baker streot, Nelson.	
LODGE  MEETINGS,
KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS—Nelson   "Lodge,   No,  25,
Knights of Pythias, meets in I. 0. O. F. Hall.cornor
Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.
T. LI_.UK. C <X K. G.JOY, K. of R.&S.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A_M. Meets
second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning
brothron invited.
NELSON" L. O. L„ No. 1BU2. meets in I. O. O. F. Hall,
corner Haker and Kootenay streets, 1st and 3rd
Friday of each month.   Visiting brcthern cordially in-
VJOHN TOYE, W. M.-"    F.*J. BRADLEY, Rco. Sec.
,   ±, ..p..,^.   -..,   Fraternal  Order  of
—      Ja.._,_.,... very second and fourth Wednesday in
ench month in Fraternity Hull. . Visiting brethren welcome.
J. IRVING. President.        J. R. WRAY. Secretary.
ELSON MINERS' UNION   NO.  SHI. AV. V. of M~
Meets in K. P. rooms. Fraternity Hall, I ho lirst ami
third  Saturday evenings in  each month.at 8 o'uluol;.:
'CAY, Pros.;'. -
■.'■VTELSON   A"!RIB,   Nnmbor
•*■'    Eagles, meets every second
Visiting members welcome. "        -.-■■■■
) -JAMES WILICS,,Sec'y..,   CHAS,'A.,Mcl
ROal ■Sstato 'anii (i.ehortil': igonts, 'iJBaKer Sfe,: NelsOtf
ton FOR %MM
OH EASY TERMS
Largo nnnilicrof choice hvijUliiig lots adjitcoiitfo^thc
line of their, train was/. .For price am! terms Of sale itpjVly
to the oilloe of Uio cOmpahy, jMacdoilald block, corner of
JosepiuiiO and Vernon streets.
T. C. DUNCAN, Secrctarj-,
GENISRAiL.  BROKER.
iq_rs*o***R-_*v-*N"C*Ej
REAL ESTATE AND LbANS,
""FOR'SA-LW.    " '
5-R06in IIOii«o  $1 HOD j
l-Room House..
50-lSoot Cofnor...
 ,, $(100
... ,$;«
Gtote L WaterM k Co,
CUSTOMS BROKERS
AUCTIONEERS
HEAL ESTATE and GBMAL AMTS
Baker Street, Nelson
first door west bank b. c. building.
Notice to Investors and Builders
O '       '
We give the very Best Tkrms to those
Avishing to borrow money on improved real
estate.
The only company in the province thixt gives
you the privilege of paying ofT your whole
Loan at Any Time Avithout a Bonus on giving a GO day notice of your intention was so.
GA.2V1B1UE «S_ O'RBIL^Y. Agts
British Coliiinbia Permanent Savings & Loan. Company.
.  ..Globe .Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.
SQUIRE'S /RANCH: FOR   SALE
Containing ISO acres of land -witliin one and a:
quarter miles of Nelson.v For further   .
■.■'■■.'>:'■*.-■■■.    ..L" particulars.apply to :. yy-i.
Front Doors
Inside Doors
Screen Doors
Windows
Inside Finish
local and coast.
Flooring1
local and coast.
Newel Posts
Stair Rail
Mouldings
Shingles
JBotigk and-
One ofthe best and most popular hotels in Nelson.
-"rft-b   hi
* BAKER STREKT, NJ5LSON.
Heated with Hot Air and
Lighted by Electricity
L.irgo comforlnbla  bedrooms and   Ilr-pt-class  dining
room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.
X-i-J_-T"HlS   !S2   IPJS^i  3_>__:_r
Dressed LitmlDer
o£ til kinds.
If What you want li? not In stock avo will make it for you
CALL AND OEtf PRICES,
HALL AND LAKlt! .fSWlSUSTSi NJSLSON
ontraetoFS and BaMem
WILL DO WKLL TO
BUY THEIR LUMBER
AT
. 0. BUCHANAN'S
A largo stock of flrst-elp-isa dry material on hand, also
a full lino of Bash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.
FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY
Yard:   Foot of Hcndryx street, Nelson
Telephone, 01        Jollll    Eke,   AgGIlt
GREAT REDUCTION
HARD COAL  (j>Q Kft iirtp'fnn
AITHBACITB ^•UU JIC1  IU11
... _D__r.I*V*B*E*i"ElX3 .
K;^ Spixial: rales :for. carload lots; for .-outside points..--   ..:;
rs.  L  G,   CLARKE,  Prop.
j
Late of tho Royal Hotel, Calgary,
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 arid;
dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,
newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sfrzSIS
Factory-work of all kinds done to'order.,     *.|^^
■^■"riP. „■-.-=" ^-i^
nfi rasoN- .saw & planm mmm
p'Mp ^ i
y'lP:.    fi,<3l-o    *'n_|
H. D. HUME, Manager.
Thb finest hotel in the Uitorior*.
.LarKQ_-iamplOLrooms._S.tcamahea^t_and_cIcc^^
COUNBft Oil* WA110 AND yimNON STS.. JSfKLSON
"bAKEK AND WA-KD SfEKBTS, NRJjg'ON
The only hotel in NotaOH thftt has remained under one
manaftement since lilfW.
Thli bpd-roonis  ai'o  -.-ell funiisnod  awl   lighted tiy
Oloptricity.
'llio dinitiB-roora Is nnssecond to any In Kootmiuy.
Ttioba.. is always stouked by tins best donicst'te awfl
imported liquors and fiix.-irs. .-
'„'HO*XIAS MADDMi. Proprietor:,
TBI
iU
YMIR,   t"*..   C
J.  W. SMITH,   Proprietor.
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS
Largo and woll lighted Heated by hot ai
Eeasonable rates Sample rooms
Klectrie bellw and light, in every room
Renovated and rufurnMied throughout
HOTEL   VICTORfA
.1. V. I'JOUKS, Proprietor
Free bus moots .ill trains RpvaUAniip.  B   G.
Hourly Btroot car to station neve.*alUAt}|  »■ M.
Night Grill Hooln in connect ion. for Uie convenience of
guests arriving and dopai'tinh' by iiinht trains.
4L
SMO wilt ptirchase a choice residence corner, !0O by 1'-".)
feet.
$2100 will -purchaso a central lot and residence.
51U0 will,  i)iireha,',i!  two  nice  lots atHl, shanty, Lobsoii
Ktreet, llnnio addition..
?:iWX) will purchase fournioo lots and residence.
Id.iXiO Tooled Kairmont 1 cents.
Blackcock tYmir) shares *J cents.     ■
5000 Ut.ica at 1J cents'.
OFriCE AND MILLS COItNEB HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.   'iS&f *"  ' ""'**
JlKAD   Oli'I'ICE   at
XI'll,SON, J.. C.
Wholesale and Retail M
.   .   Dealers* in Maltii
B^ffi^
J_Mig__dg_fe_^ Sandon and O^nW^dv
Bclaiil Miu'keLs-il Nelson, j;\aslot S,n:ik1oii., Silvorton, NW Kertvci*, Tiiiii', Ti'fiil, G.i>ai,Y<J i?ork%.  '■;_y5|
.CMseude, Orocnwood', Mid way, and Sii'ditr. ":';?"°
Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded, x
ALf. KIN'DS OF
FRESH AND SALTED MEATS
WH0LKSALIS AX1> UKTA1L
FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON
BaHer Street, Pelson   ^ „., ., 8 Iri v ._-^j
OUl-JKRS BY MAIL KKCKrvK OAnKftJl* AND i'llaMI'T ATTJ'KflON,
JUST ARRIVED A CARLOAD OF
Anheuser-Busch ' Lager Beer!
Highest class Lager produced.       On sale by the trade in Nelson.
ASK FOR IT
R. P. R1THET & CO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for B. G.
A.  B. CRAY, Agent for Kootenay, Bakor .St., N.Ihoii, Next Oddfellows Building
ie Boyal fxreeiow
l.'iinier of Ward and Hoover Streets.
C.  K. LiUIZ/.KI.i.K. K.K.H.H.. I'KOI'KIKTOU
BLACKSMITH ING
AND EXPERT
HORSESHOEING
.      BULBS I   BULBS!   BULBS! ..y.-i
.Vi.irnO of Ihe (.•li(jit,.(...-.t v'ar'ieln's foi fall ptinl inK'i.oarrive ;
in a few (hiv- direcl from the growers■ ifi'l.tiiMnndi i-ini-
"sisliiiK oiWIynciiilhs, Tulips. I)allVidii~,;X!ireis.^is,.ricill!is. .
IJI'.V of-1 he Valley.' ('roeu-i,'' .lunii'iiiisi'-Siiow- 11.rtips, A no-
.nu'iiies. Kiii'i.iinc'iiliis.'.lris.'t'hinoduxii.'.'uicv  Orders lo.llie
Viiluc-oP'two .(loil/pis-'.an'il ii'p.wai'd.s sunt by mail or ex- i ~~■———-~
. ressjfn^'an^it^ .      i S^op:   VflM Street, b«tW86i\ Baker and *«enM»i, Helson
Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a ttrstrOlasa
whoOlwriKht.
Special attention given to all kinds ot repairing aud
custom work from outside points.
i^T*:; THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B.C., SUNDAY OCTOBER S,' 1809.  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  cither in bulk or in bottles. See our assortment  of French  Toilet  Soaps.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  New  Arrivals  BARBERS' REGULATION COATS  Very Nobby  BARTENDERS' REGULATION VESTS  WAITERS' COATS IN SEVERAL STYLES  COOKS' CAPS, APRONS,  Etc.  JL A.  Oilker  The   Lreading   Furnisher  of  'Is a' Joy to Both ��� Giver aurndL Receiver                        ��� ,. * , + r  Newest Styles  Standard Quality  Best Finish  THEY WILL ALWAYS SELL WHEN ANYTHING WILL  AND COST NO MORE  THAN THOSE OF DOUBTFUL REPUTATION  Just Received  A large consignment of Sterling Novelties comprising Manicure Sets with and without Amethyst settings. They are beauties. Cut Glass  in a variety of patterns mouotedj^ith Sterling  Brushes  Combs  Whisks  Soap Boxes  Puff* Boxes  Shoe Horns  Mucilage Bottles  Salts Bottles  Powder Bottles  Chatelains  Scissors  Button- Hooks  Bib Holders  Shaving Sets  Toilet Sets  Baby Sets  Embroidery Sets  Desk Sets  Crochet Sets  Pumice  Fine watch repairing a specialty.   All work guaranteed.  Jacob Dover  33_^,__:'E!*R   S_?_^-B3B3a2,   _Sr*EJ.3^0C3f'3T  For Winter Outfitting  -w*tow8__5i__-_��^ Good Values in  Underclothing, Maekmaws,  5��J__a-_LI9LA^   Baker Street Gloves and Mitts.  W. *P. DICKSON  E. H. H. A-PPLBWHAITBI  J. Mc-paBB  May Not Be Up to the Standard for Awhile.  For tiie next two or three Aveeks the  city's electric light service may be more  or less unsatisfactory. Tliis will be occasioned by the shifting of the dynamos,  preparatory to tlie installation of the  new machinery, anil ib is likely tliat, until the new six-foot wheel is called into  use, tlie lights in the upper portion  of the city may be cut off. The now  wheel was supposed to h'-ivebeen shipped  from San Francisco on Tuesday last, in  wliich event it should reach Nelson about  the end of the present week. The secondhand dynamo, which the council purchased, has been overhauled at liossland  and is reported to be in good condition,  but it will he useless until tho wheel is in  position to drive it.  No More Work Will Be Undertaken.  "With the exception of completing a  number of sewers that have been decided upon, there will be no more public  work undertaken by the corporation this  year. Tliere is work enough in hand  now to overrun both the waterworks  and electric-light debenture accounts.  With respect to the sewer debenture account the finance committee reported an  available balance of $3000 when the  Kootenay street sower was commenced,  and this, with other small pieces of sewer  which have yet to be completed, will  probably overrun this account as well.  At present there is something like 3500  eet of sewer to be laid.  Chief justice Tuck of St. John, N. B.,  is expected to arrive in Nelson today,  lie is the elder brother of sheriff Tuck of  this city.  William Kelly was taken before judge  Forin yesterday to elect upon the charge  of stealing !*M0 from George Teinpleman,  a freight conductor on tlie Robson-Pen-  ticton branch. Kelly elected to take  speedy trial, and his case will be disposed  of on Saturday next.  The officers and members of Kootenay  Lodge No. 10, I.O.O.F., have arranged for  a farewell reception in Fraternity hall on  Monday-evening to D. Welsh,grand master of British Columbia, wlio has been  visiting the city for several days. The  reception will be held at 9 o'clock, after  the regular session of the lodge.  Ira Cutter, purser of tlie steamer  Kokanee, is on shore on sick leave. Jle  is being relieved by A. S. McDonald, purser on the steamer Sandon. C. M. Brewster, formerly freight clerk on tho Moyie,  is running on tlie Sandon as purser.  , The"/inn-of. C. A. Waterman-& Co. has  been dissolved, owing to the ill health of  R.  C.  Waterman.    Mr., Waterman' will  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Boy Wan ted���Good' smart boy. Apply  at once.   I'*ral Irviiio & Co., Nelson.  Wanted. ��� Dining - room    girl     and  cliaiiibui'iuai'd tit Qiieon'.s Iloiol, Xo'san.  Furnished rooms to let. Apply to Mrs.  L. JI. Jiinio��on, Carney Block, linker, hLrccL vasL.  Offices to   rent���Single'  or   in   suite.  Ready for occupancy November 1st. Apply lo John  1 Ions)on. Tribune Ollico.  Waitress wanted at once.    Wages $25  .-iTiionili.   ICiihlo Hotel, (Casio.  , Working housekeeper or daily govern-  os. KntflWi, music, Latin, French. Long- experience.  I'liofogmiiliiu work. Testimonials'. Address 4f, Tribune  ollice.  Wanted ��� A servant girl. Apply to  Mrs. AV. V. Tr.iVcs, Vernon .street., between Ifcndryx  and Cedar strecl.s.  probably take up his residence in California., where he intends going as soon as  the business of the firm can be taken  over by A. It. Sherwood. C. A. Waterman Mill remain as collector of rents,  and R. II. Williams will transact the  customs brokerage business, while Mr.  Sherwood will manage the real estate  .and insurance departments.  An unfortunate accident occurred at  the theatre yesterday afternoon at the  close of the matinee performance. As  Mrs. P. F. Emerson was coming down tlie  steps witli her infant daughter, she  missed her footing and foil, breaking the  child's leg near the thigh.  John W. La Ban of St. Paul and Dr.  La Ban of this city, brothers, are having  a reunion after an interval of nine years.  Captain .1. W. Troup is so favorably  impressed with Dr. Forin's patent window fastener and latch that ho has  placed a trial order for five doz.cn so soon  as they can be turned out of the factory.  Tho new fasteners "will be placed upon  the Canadian Pacific company's steamers.  On Saturday night of next week lion.  Sidney Fisher, minister of agriculture in  the Laurier government, and Hewitt  Bostock, member of the Dominion house  for this district, will address the public  in Fraternity ha.II. It is needness to add  that the addresses will be on politics, not  agriculture.  The collections of the port of Nelson  for the first week of the current month  have averaged $1000 per day. If this  average were maintained for the month  it would be'the best in the history of the  port.  W. F. Ci-ickmay, who has been hero on  a visit to his sor.-in-law, Arthur Shei-  wood, left yesterday for Vancouver.  Postmasters are receiving directions  from the post office department to accept  no more newspapers for either the Yukon  or Atlin countries.  OUR   0-:r:K1_A_T  k  Has been a great success and has certainly  exceeded our expectations,- "vyhich goes to  prove that,the people  of Nelson know when  they are getting genuine bargains. We still-  have a large stock to  choose from and will  continue to sell Jintil  all is sold.  Miss McDkkmott  Miss Tamulyn  T!�� "Wonder"  MILLINERY  *_rAtKST"NEW"YORK AND "PARIS "PATTERNS OK  HATS-STOCK NEYV AND U:p-TQ4)ATK.  Lessons, in embroidery nnd lace Work, SUUnping. done.  Ord'erS taken for cushions,: lamp sdnidos, etc.  Tvvo doors west Mai-tin O'Koilloy & CoH  SOME MORE SAMPLE  PRICES  ALL-WOOL SHIRTS ^_V��f a  AND D RA WKUS        0*UC Lib.  CAItPJUNTKR O^ni-a  APRONS  ,...rf_��JL/'jto.  MENS' BLUE <R_1 OH  SERGE SUITS <P*W  m-AVY ULACK $1.00 yd  MUSLIN 8ctS.  in  I lull in fcw^ijit of tilte Intesjt. iji "millinery aittl iiiilli-  iicry iiovellie.s- <lit-eef* from. New York;  t'ull i��;ii<l ii.is|)ent.  Mf��3* m* JVlcLAUOHUN  Josoi��liiiifrSl.fbot. lieu,' Bilker.  ���58  WE (IAVK BKCUUKI) Tin.; BOIM AOKXHSSY JfOIl  ���tf.-lfi t ri/AAT    11/ 1 TED ��  IMITATIONS CAN NOT NOW JJK PUT ON  TITR MAURI"*'!'.  ���VkkjjGjt Stiikkt  Ni.-i.son, H. V.  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  tei  reg  All new. goods in our  stock are  down at prices that it  will no longer pay  to  send   east  arson s  WHOLESALE  Butter,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  lootenay Electrie Supply and ConstFiiein Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric EJcpalpments for Bleotrio Power Transmission and Lighting- for Mines, Towns  Electric fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  ****** ��- Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson. B. O.  L7r*to^i7i^^^ Fu" s*oc^ carried at Ne'son  and  NelHOli.by well-nuid workmen, who upend ll'ielr earning inNcLu. ^A^ok^XoS^U^l,\<^uit. I RoSSland.     Mail  Orders  Solicited.  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF BACON  if     _L VI HIp^IB W     *"%*��.      **\J9  KLLIOT BLOC.1C, RAlCElt STRJEWT., NBLSOJS*.  Bakor street, "between Josophino and  Hall slrebtsi Nolson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  "FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITK HELP EMPLOYKD  ���R-    ���__-*rrjS3E:e***g-,    ���E*>*Ro_?_a_:_5ia?o*R  Special Mm to tte People of lootenay  I arm now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as I have in my department a first-class optician. I have a  large selection of gold frames and the  very best of lenses. Call and get your  eyes examined at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  Crow's Nest Pass Goal!  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you with 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  Tlio saving in fuel effected will soon equal  the cost of tlie range. It win bo so'quickly  nnd easily regulated tliiifc tliei'e need1, be no  waste of heat or fuel. New 'patented improvements oll'er you more convenience and  comfort than you'll find in any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO,  roans no s��(_m  Lang's Celelrated Cream Flake  Sodas, 3-lb Carbons   Wilson  GET'IT FROM:  OR NOT AT ALL  BAKER STREET,  NELSON, B. C.  Get the Best Jams  We have just received a large consignment ofthe  DYSON-GIBSON  COMPANY'S JAMS AND   PICKLES  Also a complete assortment of the  TORONTO  BISCUIT COMPANY'S SWEET BISCUITS  DELIVERED  Orders may be left with C. W. West  & Co., or with.  CHARLES St. BARBE, Agent.  Office on Haker sl.rccl. two doom from Hank of Ii. C.,' ���  Baker Stxccfc West, Nolson  John A. Irving c�� Co.  Strachan   Bros  PLTJMBEES, " *EJ*XC_  O'E'Ei-RjSl *_a:o*o*s*E3 331^0032:  Ik

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