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Array BOERS LOSS_WAS  1500 MEN
In the Attack of Mafeking.
London, October 20.—Tlie Mail's Capetown correspondent says : "It is reported here that news has reached Deer Junction that the Boer., attacked Mafeking in
foi'ce bjit were repulsed. The defenders
.seeing tho enemy, retreating pursued
them for some time. Then a feint w.as
make and they commenced to retire on
the town, allowing themselves to be
driven in by tho Boors, who, eager to ro-
trieve their position again advanced to
the attack and were drawn over the Lyddite niines laid for the defence ot the
town. Ib is reported that 1500 'were
killed by the explosion.
A i*efugee who has readied Grahams-
town from tho .Rand states that a train
arrived at .Johannesburg on Monday
from Klortnsdorp with 300 wounded
burghers. Every available 'conveyance
was called into requisition to take tlie
Avouuded men to the hospital. The
Daily Mail suggests that tliese wounded
were from Mafeking.
Vrysburg surrendered on Sunday.
Thursday night's dispatches from Kurt-
man, ninety miles west by south of Vrysburg, states that tlio police, having withdrawn from Vrysbuigtlic town surrendered to tho Boers, tlie inhabitants Hoeing in
all directions. When tlie police -withdrew, tlie Capo Boors notified tho enemy
thus inviting them to take possession.
There was a fearful panic. The British
are wildly indignant at this scuttling.
chamberlaFstates the case
*0
PtJBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
FRTDAY MOEKING, OCTOBER 20,  1899.
DAILY CBT MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.
And Defends His Policy.
London,  October  19.—The   lloor   and
galleries were densely ciowdcd today in
. the house of commons in  anticipation of
the .speech by tho secretary  of state for
the colonies, Joseph Chamberlain, on the
government's   policy  in  South   African
ail airs.    During tho first hour of the sos-
- sion  the  fiist lord of  the  treasury and
government leader, Arthur  Balfour, pj-o-
mised to answer tomorrow the  question
whether   tho   government    had   agieed
upon a specific course of action  with reference  to  Jin  international commission
respecting the future  administration of
Samoa.    Tho secretary of state for India,
lord  George Hamilton,   replying  to tho
question  of expenditme  for  the Indian
troops  in  South  Africa, said tlie entire
charge is to be defrayed out of  the  Imperial exchequer.    Mr. Balfour, replying
-.to an interpolation as to whether the Imperial government  were now  reviewing
the  action  of  premier  W.  P. Sohreinor3
rand other members of the  Capo government, and"as to -whether tho governor of
Cape Colony, sir Alfred Milner, would be
allowed to  dismiss  the Schreiiier minis-,
try,  dissolve  tlie  Cape   legislature  and
temporarily assume full authoiity, said:
"This question, apparently founded upon
newspaper reports, for  which,  so far as
the Imperial government is  aware, there
are   no   foundation."    Mr.   Balfour   announced that the present sitting  of parliament should be regarded as a complete
session  and bo  tcuuinatcd  by prorogation, and not adjoin ued  until  Februaiv.
Mr.   Chamberlain,   *who    was    loudly
cheered upon rising, began with a severe
criticism of the action of the  opposition
nt the previous  mooting  of  pailiament.
Their  statements, lie said, calculated to
encourage pi esident Kruger's  resistance
and enibarras Fhe government. Referring
to Mr. Stanhope's demand yes tei day for
the production of his (Mi. ChambeiIain's)
letter to Mr. Ilawkesly, he said he would
gladly produce it if sir  William Vernon
Ilareoui't and  John  Morley, who_wcro_
" members of tlie South African committee,
demanded it. "The government welcomed all honest and honorable criticisms of their policy," said Mr. Chamberlain, "and I wish I could apply tliese epithets to the speech of the honorable member for Burnley."
Mr. Stanhope, leaping to his feet, cried :
"T rise to a point of order. I thought fit
yesterday to arraign the conduct of the
secretary of state for the colonies. Ho
speaks of my criticisms as dishonorable
and dishonest. Can such terms bo applied to the members of the house?" (Opposition cries of No ! Xo !)
The speaker, William Court Cully, intervened, saying the language of tlie colonial secretary was "beyond parliamentary bounds."
Mr. Chamberlain retorted that it "was
impossible to adequately describe Mr.
Stanhope's accusation tliat he (Mr. Chamberlain) and .sir Alfred Milner had fomented war. Dealing with the criticism
made upon the South African League, he
said he could not claim acquaintance
with a single member of it. The league
was one of the poorest pecuniarily, but
at the same time most representative political organization ever established.
With regard to the allegations respecting
his own association with Cecil Bhodes.he
declared that from the time of the Jameson raid he had had no communication,
either direct or indirecr, with Mr. Rhodes
on any subject connected with South
African policy. He had seen the gentleman with reference to tlie Cape-to-Cairo
railway project and with reference to
Rhodesia, but the conversations had
"never touched upon the subjects now under discussion, and he would remind the
liouse that Mr. Rhodes, although a millionaire, had gone to face danger at Kimberley.    (Cheers).
Proceeding to discuss the question of
supremacy, Mr. Chamberlain said : " The
whole object of the Boers has been to
roust the queen from her portion. Now
they have thrown oif the mask and declared themselves a sovereign independent st.ate. Her majesty's government
have had a suspicion amounting to knowledge that the mission of Dr. Leyds is
one continued scries of negotiations with
foreign powers, against Britain. (Loud
cheers). The Transvaal and the Orange
Free State have an ideal which is dangerous to Great Britain, and by the continuous accretion of arms the Transvaal
has become by far- the most powerful
military state in Africa. That was a
danger, and we have escaped one of the
greatest dangers we were ever subjected
to in Africa. The whole "point of
difference between tho opposition
and the government is as to the details
of the negotiations.
Justifying liis conduct of affairs, Mr.
Chamberlain denied that the question of
suzerainty had needlessly irritated the
Transvaal governmentorseriouslyaifected
the negotiations. As for the franchise
for the Uitlanders he declared that the
government have never shifted its ground,
jind that every point advanced at tlie
Bloomfontein conference by sir Alfred
Milner had remained on the paper until
the ultimatum, "and," he added, "I am
much more afraid of the charge of being
too moderate than of the charge of being
excessive." Continuing he said: "The
government's reply to the Transvaal
accepted the five years' franchise proposal, except in*respect of the pledge
that Great Biitain would never again
interfere in the Ti'ansvaal's internal
affairs, but they hoped that if tho five
year fianchise measure Avere carried into
effect, there would be no occasion for interference. I believe that influential
advisei s, 1 do not mean foreign poweis,
must havo intervened and influenced the
Tiansvaal government to withdraw their
offer. As for the last proposals formulated by the British government, I may
say that tho desire of the member for
West Monmouthshire, sir William Vernon
Ilarcourt, that they be published will
never be gratified. The ultimatum is
buried and is not likely to be resurrected."
NELSON WILL BE REPRESENTED
-*-
On the Canadian Contingent.
Nclsoii has boon awarded the honor of
being ropiesontcd by one officer and
three men on the Canadian contingent
which will lie sent to the Transvaal.
There is gre;tt regret among the fifty
who volunteered for service that more of
them were not permitted to go, but on
the other hand there is genuine satisfaction among the membei s of the local
company of rifles over the selection of
captain A. E. Hodgins as one of the offi-
cets of the contingent.
Since captain Hodgins was authorized
on Sunday evening to accept -voluuteers
for service nothing further was heard
from the district officer commanding at
Victoria until about midnight on Wednesday, when he leeeived the following
telegram from lieutenant-colonel Peteis,
notifying him of his oavu selection as one
of tho contingent and instructing him to
enlist but three men :
— Captain—Ilodgius.-Nelson;— You- aie~
selected as an officer on the contingent.
Report at once in Vancouvei to major
Jones. Enlist three men. Contingent
leaves Vancouver on October 2ith. Arrange to connect. The following is the
oath: 1 swear that I will well and truly
serve our sovereign lady the queen in the
Canadian volunteers for active service
until lawfully discharged ; and that I
will resist her majesty's enemies and
cause her majesty's peace to be kept on
land and at sea, and that I will in all
matters pertaining to my .service faithfully discharge my duty according to hvvy,
so help me God.
Pf-TMRS.
Captain Hodgins immediately reported
by wire and asked if the matter could be
so arranged that ho could meet the contingent along the line of the Canadian
Pacific railway instead of reporting at
Vancouver. This lie considered necessary in order thatho might have a couple
of days in which to put his business in
shape, having at the time of the call four
large buildings in course of erection in
this city which could not be turned over
to anyone else without explanation.
Yestei'day afternoon captain Hodgins
and lieutenant Beer went over the list of
the volunteers who had been passed by
Dr. Symmonds for the purpose of selecting from the many who were anxious to
serve the three men whom the district
officer commanding authorized him to
enlist. It was au unsatisfactoiy position
for the captain of the company to be
placed in. From fifty men who had
volunteered within twenty-four hours
after the call but three men could be
drawn.. Sergeant W. J. G. Dickinson,
private A. S. Lee and private W. O.
Paterson were eventually .selected.
Of the men who will represent Nelson
in the Canadian contingent captain Hodgins is a graduate of the Royal Military
College of   Kingston, whieli  he left in
1SS2 after putting in a four year course.
After leaving the college captain Hodgins
•went on the reserve of engineer officers
as first lieutenant and upon the organization of the local company of Koot-
eiiiiy Rifles was promoted to a
captaincy. As p the Kingston college
has furnished a great many officers for
the British army it is more than probable that captain Hodgins will meet several former classmates in South Africa.
Sergeant W. J. G. Dickson, who has
been in the real estate business in Nelson
for several years, is the senior sergeant
in the local company of rifles. He has
not seen any service, but will doubtless
give a good account of himself "should the
opportunity be given him. Privates H.
S. Lee and W. O. Paterson arc both well
known. The fornier is a civil engineer
and came to Nelson during the construction of the Crow's Nest Pass road.
Paterson has an advantage over the other
three Nolson representatives in that he is
as much at home in South Africa as in
Nelson. He was a troop sergeant-major
in an irregular force in South Africa and
has a medal for service in Matabeleland.
lie was also a member of the raiding
party under Dr. Jameson, wliich came to
THE JURORS JAILED TO AGREE
In the Flannigan Case.
The juroj's in the case of Regina vs.
.Flannigan, in which the prisoner was
charged with the Maslonka assault, disagreed after they had been out ten hours.
It is said that the jurors were about
evenly divided, and as their foreman
announced that there was no prospect of
au agreement they were discharged. It is
not known yet whether the crown will
proceed with a retrial of the case at the
present assize or not. The prisoner was
convicted upon the Frost case, the max-;
imiim penalty for which is two years'
imprisonment with whippings. If the. retrial is not proceeded with at the present
assize the prisoner will receive sentence
for the Frost assault today.
Mr. justice Martin yesterday disposed
of the application of deputy attoiuey-
general Maclean to estreat the bail of
Walter Turubull. who had failed to appear in answer to a charge of theft from
the person of a woman named Hanson.
The Turubull bail was fixed at $.500,
Harry W. Drew of Fort Steele and Julius
Hurd of Cranbrook being the sureties iu
Black Prince Develops Well.
New Denver, October 19.—Another of
the lake mines is starting up with the
avowed intention of keeping a full force
employed all winter. It is the Chapleau,
the necessary orders for the operations of
wliich arrived from England on Saturday. J. Williams' went to Europe some
weeks ago to float a company to operate
the property, and he has been successful.
It is the intention to put in a sleigh road
up Lemon creek from the Kilo and ship
ore as soon as possible. The Chapleau
has made a record for itself in the past,
as smelter returns from several carloads
of ore shipped ran as high as $85 per ton
in gold. NeAV workings Avill be started
lower,down on the vein, proving it to a
great depth.
Word has been received that the
sleigh-road up Ten-mile creek, to the
summit of Kaslo from Aylwin, is to be
pushed through at once. There is it large
quantity of supplies to go in.
W. C. E. Koch Avill commence operations at once with his sawmill on Ten-
mile creek. Considerable lumber and
tiniber will be required so soon as the
Enterprise starts up.
Two carloads of ore has been shipped
this season by the Black Prince, Springer
eieek, the second car going out a few
days ago. The owners are Avorking the
property themselves Avith gratifying success. ScA'eti men are employed and they
are breaking down a lot of ore. The
showing in the main tunnel is better now
than ever before, there being six feet of
clean ore in the breast. This, and other
properties uoav working in the neighborhood, is putting renewed life into Slocan
City.
Winter quarters are to be erected on
the Capella group, close to town on Goat
mountain, and the ore taken out during
development Avill be shipped Avithout delay It is a most promising prospect	
* One of the heaviest shareholders in the
North Avest Mining Syndicate, a Mr.
Shave of London, England, accompanied
by his wife, is spending several days iu
tOA\-n. He is sizing up the surroundings.
The tunnel commenced some time ago
on the Mollie Hughes is in about SO
feet, and the oie is staying with them
right from the surface. It is someAvhat
A\-a\*y in size, but the great richness is
being maintained. There aie tAA-o carloads sacked up on the property ready
for shipment.
Good reports continue to come down
the hill from the Marion  and  California.
WIRED   NEWS   IN   BEIEF.
W. Holt Apgar, supreme regent of the
Boyal Arcanum in Canada, is on an official visit to the member at Montreal. A
banquet an reception in his honor a\ ere
held last night in the Masonic Temple.
Two tramps, Joe Holland of Montreal
and John Leu nan of London, Avere yesterday at Kingston, Ontario, sentenced
to ten and nine and a half yeais respeet-
rvely in Kingston penitentiary for loitering around the Grand Trunk depot and
carrying firearms.
Immense forest fires, seveml miles in
extent, aie raging in the mountains near
Parsons, West Virginia.
Yacht Bace Off Again.
New York, October 10.- Had the
wind held today, the Columbia-Shamrock
series for the America cup would have
ended in three straight heats for tho defender, and the Irish cup challenger would
have sailed home without the trophy.
When the race Avas declared off about
ten minutes before tho expiration of the
time limit, tho Columbia was leading by
about three miles. She was then four
miles from the finish. Had the race
ended, the challenger Avould have been
beaten by at least 20 minutes.
such an inglorious end a feAv years ago.   /'the sum  of $250  each.    J.  R. Costigan,
  "   avIio appeared for the bondsmen, entered
CHAPLEAU MINE RESUMES WORK ^&£t£*r$L'%£&
Barnes of Fort Steele had induced the
Avonian to accept $100 from Turubull iu
repayment of the theft upon condition
that she leave the country, and that it
Avas the charge of bribing the crown Avitness which he Avas afraid of facing and
not the charge of theft. The evidence of
constable Barnes AAras taken aud entirely
disproved this story. The offer of the
$100 came first from Turnbull's agents.
It Avas communicated to Barnes, avIio
after consulting the government agent in
East Kootenay, advised the Avomau to
accept the money and make a move to
leave tho country, so that Turnbull
could be arrested upon .mother charge—
that of attempting to bribe a Avitness.
The court absolved constable Barnes
from any blame for his action and commended him for his efforts to bring Turn-
bull to justice. The bail' AA'as ordered
estreated. Turnbull is supposed to be in
Spokane,
In consequence of the action of the
Hamilton Powder Company and the Giant
I Powder Company in removing the excess
of powder from their magazines on Magazine Point, the indictments against them
were Avithdrawn. The deputy attorney-
general explained to the court that true
bills liad been returned at the previous
assize against both companies. The
cases had not beeu, proceeded with, how-
evej', and in the interval the companies
had removed the powder. In vieAv of
this the croAvn A\ra& prepared to AAith-
draw the indictments.
S. S. Taylor, a. ho appeared on behalf
of the powder companies, explained tliat
while the excess of powder had been removed the companies claimed the right
to keep such quantities of powder there
as Avere permitted by the ExplosiA-es Act
of Bi'itish Columbia. In removing, the
companie$ had only iemo\'cd the excess
over the quantities mentioned in the Explosives Act so that their magazines could
no t_be regarded as_nuisances.	
The  deputy attorney-general   replied
tlnat this AA'as satisfactory, as in the event
of the quantity of powder stored in the
magazines exceeding the limits of the Explosives Act, neAv indictments could bo
prepared. The indictments Avere thereupon Avithdrawn.
The proceedings to quash tho conviction of police magistrate Ci'oaso, in the
police court case against tlie Hamilton
PoAvder Company, aviII come up this
morning. In this ca.se the powder company AA'as fined $200 for storing more
poAvdor in its jniigazine than the Mvplosives Act permitted, aud S. S. Taylor aviII
endcaA'or to get tho money back.
The Tiavcs cases Avill come to trial on
Saturday morning, provided sir Charles
Ilibbert Tupper arrives in Nelson. Ho
has been retained by the corporation to
assist Wl A. Galliher, city solicitor, in
upholding the validity of the fire limits
bylaAV, Avhich Traves is attacking. The
corporation's case against Traves and
Traves' action against the corporation for
an injunction and damages Avill bo tiled
at the same time.
There is a long list of civil cases, AAiiicli
includes almost e\"ery kind of action, and
it is not unlikely that some Avill havo to
go over till the next court.
Johns in vs. Blakemore is a Fernie
action, in aaIucIi Max Johnson asks for i\
settlement of tho partnership accounts.
Vansfcone vs. Buckworth is an action
for damages brought by a local mining
broker against BuckAvorth of Ymir. The
plaintiff claims $2000 damages for the
defendant's failuie to deliver a block of
share* in the Tamarac mine.
Bigolow vs. Byers is another phase of
the Goat River Lumber Company tangle,
in which George A. Bigolow claims .> 1*500
as AA'agoa due him by the defendant, if.
Byers, for .services as manager of the
Goat River Lumbar Company.
lfiiris  vs.  Spence  is  the  well-known
Sandon case AA'hich has been in the courts
for many months. This time J. M. Harris,
the oAvner of the Sandon townsite, is
moving to eject the defendant, Avho unsuccessfully contested his title to Sandon.
Contractor Kerr has tAvo cases on the
list. In the first he is suing the company
owning the OddfelloAA's' block for an
alleged balance upon the contract price,
aud in the second he is .suing P. Burns &
Co. for $500 damages for breach of contract Avith respect to the erection of the
basement of the Burns block.
Church vs. Stevenson is an action under
the Employers' Liability Act, in '.which
Arlington Church of AinsAvorth is suing
MaxAvell SteA-enson, OAvner of the Black
Diamond mine, for $3000 damages for
injuries sustained through falling doAvn a
shaft.
McDonald vs. the Canadian Pacific Exploration Company is a similar action, iu
Avhich the plaintiff sues for $3000 damages for the loss of his left foot in the
Porto Rico mine, Avhich accident it is
alleged Avas due to the company's
negligence.
Haney \-s. Garrison is another phase of
the celebrated fight for the ground embraced in the Legal Tender, or as it is
otherwise knoAvn the Pack Train, mineral
claim in Rossland. In this action
Edmond Haney, as the OAvner of the Legal
Tender, adverses T. B. Garrison, as the
OAvner of the Hamlet Fraction.
Johnson vs. the Ci'oav's Nest Pass Coal
Company is an action by Max Johnson to
recover $8500, representing value for
goods sold and for damages for breach of
contract.
Loudin vs. 0. Moocrs is an action to secure an interest in certain mineral claims
under a grub stake. The plaintiff, Fred
Loudin, claims that he grubstaked Alfred O. Mooers, and th.ot the latter staked
the Black Prince, Alberta, Princess Lillian and Bonner claims in the vicinity of
CraAvford cieek. He secured his interest
in the Bonner, but an interest in the
other claims Avas denied. The plaintiff
asks for a dissolution of the partnership
and the .sale of its .property. '
Docksteador vs. Lautz is an action by
A. B. Docksteader for an order requiring
F. II. Lantz to carry out :m agreement
for the delivery of 77,.380 shares of stock
in the Financial and Mining Trust of
Canada, Avhich is operating in tlie Slocan, or in the alternative, for the payment of $7738 in cash.   " —     " **""*
BodAvell vs. Kaslo is an action by Bod-
Avell & Duff of Victoria to secure payment upon ji promissory note for $000
made by the Corpotation of the City of
Kaslo m faA-or of the Kaslo Electric Light
& Water Company in January, 189-1, of
Avhich note tlie plaintiffs have become
the holder-?.
Liiavi ence Ars. Hall Mines is an action
under the Employers' Liability Act, in
which AV. H. LaAvrence sues the Hall
Mines, Limited, for $10,000 damages for
injuries received through falling cIoavii a
winze in the Sih-er King mine.
Peterson vs. Geiry is> a Kaslo action, iu
AA'hich Swan Peterson and John Palmer
are suing AV. B. Geny to collect $04.*5
as balance due for A\-ork performed upon
the Staifa Jind Stripes, Liberty and .Sixteen to One mineral claims on the south
foi'k of Kaslo creek.
MILITIA RESERVES GALLED OUT
Britain Will Make a Display.
London, October 10.—In the house of
commons yesterday tho first Ioicl of the
trcasuiy and government leader, Mr.
Balfour, bi ought in the following message from the queen ; "Thustateof nflaiis
in Africa having constituted in the opinion of her majesty a case of emergency
Avithin the meaning of the act of parliament, her majesty deems it proper to
provide additional means for military
service. She h<'is, thctufoic, thought it
right to communicate to tho house that
her majesty is, by proclamation about to
oi'der the embodiment of the militia and
to call out the militia ivsoi've force, or
such pa11 iheicof as her majesty may
think necessary, for permanent  .service."
The calling out of the militia and military reserve has occasioned Avidospread
Avonderuieut. Old stories of preparation
against continental combinations are re-
vja'cu. It is freely rumored that the government is determined to dcmonstiatc to
Europe that tho British army i-^ not a
uegligable quantity.
IJoth the attitude of Europe aud that
of natives of South Aft ica liave something to do with this attitude and the
lavish display of force is intended, doubtless, not only to check the ill Avill apparent on both sides of tho Rhine and
beyond the Vistula, but .also to guard
against the Dlack peril.
According to statistics published this
year tho militia, including the poi inancnt
staff  mid   the  lesei'A-e, numbers 1*12,IDS.
It is not believed that the militia are
to bo sent to .South Africa. Piesumably
they Avill replenish the denuded British
garrison towns and thus permit the goA'-
urmncnt to send to the Capo all legnlars
rendered necessary by developments iu
.South Africa.
EMPLOYED AS A MISSIONARY
By the Mine Managers' Combine.
It AA'as thought strange  that. Roderick
Finlayson  Tolmie,   ex-clerk of the  land
registry office at Victoria, and ex-mining
recorder at Nelson,  and who. has been
a   resident   of   Seattle    since    quitting
office   at   Nelson,   should   be   sent   for
to act as   a mere clerk   for  the  bucking    mine    managers    of    the    Slocan.
There    Avas   a   nigger    in    the,  Avood-
pile somcAvhore, and  the discwery  has
just been made.     Mr. Tolmie is reckoned
as one of the smoothest political-Avorkers
that can be found in the  province.    For
years,  in  Victoria,- he  was  one  of  the
head push in all provincial elections, and
last year he AA'as no slouch right here  in
Kootenay.    He is a plausible  talker, and
Avhen  he  gets a "story" pat,  he  can, if
given  a  good  chance, -work  a Avorking
man to the queen's taste.    He-has a job
iioav where these qualities stand  him  in
good stead, and the mine  managers avIio
belong to the freeze-out combiue belieA'e
that  he  can,   single-handed,  smash the
miners' unions to smithereens.   He is employed as a three-dollar-a-day missionary,
to make proselytes among the men  avIio
folloAV   niining   for   a   living.      He  approaches a miner; giA-es him the "story;"
then induces him to sign an agreement
to go to AA-ork in the Slocan, Avhen  aa'anted, at   the   three-dollar-a-day   scale   of
AA'ages.    "Rod," you had better "go  back
to Seattle.    The boys think  pretty  Avell
of you, but their good opinion Avill change
if you remain long iu your present company. 	
THE SLOGAN IS A LIVELY CORPSE
Hundreds of Men are at Work.
New I.)eiiioi Ledge.
Much has been said and much has been
Avritten about the eight-hour laAV in the
Slocan. It is uoav OArer four months since
the mine managers stood pat and commenced to sip misery, Avhile they waited
for this great district to become a corpse.
It is still alive, although it has stood a lot
of jabbing from thel pens of literary
wild-cats, and a hurricane of Avind from
pleasant, but misguided, mine managers.'
Upon examination AA*e find that the camp
Avhich has made Kootenay famous is still
breathing and has OA'er 700 men Avorking
Avithin its borders at mining. AVe find
that the forces are being constantly increased, Avhich Avill be sad neAvs to those
Avho wish people to believe that wo would
have nothing - to live upon this winter
except blue-ruin and siioav. There is not
an empty stomach iu the camp, and tho
inhabitants still Avear clothes. If Thanksgiving had uot been sprung on us bo soon
this year Ave Avould all be eating turkey ■
today: Those birds are so scarce that
they cannot bo had for love or money.
AAre all have the price, and will haA'e other
luxuries in their stead.
Last Avoek aa-c ga%'e a partial list of the
properties Avorking and the number of
men employed. The opposition press
(those papeis that believe they can Avin
the contest against the miners by decrying the camp) stated the list AA'as incorrect, and attempted to prove there was
not tho activity going on that Ave reported. AVe can conceive of nothing
moie silly than this. It is to the interest of every man in the district to have
the camp go .ahead—e\'ery man but the
prospect buyer who A\'ants to buy at the
lowest ebb—and the general iclival now
noticeable should not bo checked by the
political clogs along the way. The list
avc gave last Aveek Avas, in the main, cor-
ject, so far as aa-o weio able to learn. It
Avas not claimed that it Avas absolutely
j eliable,"for this'is^soinefclTihg-tliafTabsQ-"7-
lute reliability cannot be attained in,
since the Avorking forces are liable to
change daily. Since last week avc have
learned of further additions to the Avorking forces, and give below a fairly correct summary of the number of properties working and the men employed :
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Dr. Parkin "WW "Resign.
Dr.  Parkin  of   Toronto,  principal   o.
Upper Canada College, is about to retiign THE  TRIBUNE:  KELSON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER  20,  1899.  W  m  %  A splendid opportunity to get new and fashionable ��  Dry Goods at W  Slaughter Prices     I  One hundred and fifty Ladies' Suits and Mantles to ^  be sold at a sacrifice. *aj  m  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  BANK OF B. O. BUILDING,  NELSON. T"E"R*_v_!3   C__-S"H: w.U>  :^.^.&^^.&&S:&&&&&&&&&&&&^'-&^&&^&\  As the season gets colder you feel the need of an Overcoat.  We have a very nice stock of them���short and long  and can sell you one from $9 to $15 each, A-1 for the price.  by Germany for menacing British interests in her oavii colonies. The entire situation could not be better illustrated  than by the story told of Stephenson and  the coa\'. Tho peaceful bovine has been  unAvilling to move olT the road upon  which it took up the right to broAA'se, but  the locomotiA'o of progress is traveling  remorselessly that Avay and if ix collision  should occur, "so much the worse for the  cow.'  Mining Laws that Permit Dual O-wnership.  Serious difficulty is reported in some  districts of AVestorn Australia, arising  from tho provision of the local mining  laAV Avhich allows alluvial and quartz  niining claims to be located on tho same  ground; permitting, that is, a double  OAvnership of the same territory. The  question has been further complicated by  a recent decision of the Colonial supreme  court to the elfect that where a claim is  already held and Avorked as a quartz  claim, other parties can enter upon it and  search for alluvial gold, but are not entitled to remove any gold obtained in the  search. The chief difficulty, where a  double OAvnership is established, is to  draAV the line between the alluvial and  reef gold; and one can readily see that  this may gi\'o rise to endless litigation.  Tho surface areas of some of tho richest  mines in the Kalgoorlie district are iioav  being prospected for alluvial gold, not-  Avithstanding objection of their owners  and managers. A change in the laAV  would seem to be expedient, if good titles  and freedom from litigation are0to be  secured.  &&.^&e&&&&&&&  _, -%  Now on Display ^x.  The Following Goods Have Just Arrived  m  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEffi  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  /ERATED and mineral waters.  THOItPJ" & CO., LIMITICD.���Cornor Vernon and Cedar  .streets, Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale  dealers inierated Milters and fruit syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon .Springs mineral water.  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  F. TTCKTKKL & CO.���Corner linker and Josephine si reels. Nelson, wholesale dealers in assayers' supplies. Agents for Denver l'"iro Clay Co. of  Denver, Coloiado.  w.  CIGARS.  -Cor-  -trOOTKNAY-ClGAIl aiAX-FAt'TUNING CO.  ���*^-   iter linker aud JUill streets, Nelson, manufacturei s  of "Koyal Seal" and "Kootenay Uellc" brands of cigars.  "      ~       COMMISSION- MERCHANTS"    ~~'  H.T. TCVANS &,CO.���linker street,.Nelson, wholesale  ��� dealers in liquors, cigars, eciueiU, tire brick and  Jlre claj\ water pipe and SI eel rails, and general commission merchant!.   - - ,  >;/  ,   '    ���     FLOUR AND FEED. ~    ~  BHACJvMAN & JvKlt "MJIjUXG COMPANY'LTD.--  [���"rout .street,, Nelson, wholesale dealers in Hour, oat  meal, etc., anil hay and grain,  toria, and New U esliiiinstcr.  JMills at KdmOnton, Vie-  .     p ' ..   = * GROCERIES.    -  AMACPOXALD & .CO.���Cornev Vernon and Jose-  ���   phine  si reels, whole.sn.le grocers and jobbers in  blankets, _loves, mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and  miners' mi ndries.  KOOTENAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,    LIMJTJOD-  Vernon streot, Nelson, wholcsalo.grocers.  TOHN   CHOLDITCH   &  "**    wliolosalc grocers.  CO.���Fiont street,  Kelson,  ��� FRESH AND! SALT MEATS.  PJ1UHNS &  CO.���Hakor street,  Nelson, wholesale  ,     *   dealers in fresh and'eurcd meats.   Cold storage.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HJJ YKI1S & CO.rrConier Haker ami .Josephine street  . ���   Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and minin  supplies.   Agents, for Giant Powder Co.  s,  ning  LAWKKNOE HAUDWAltK COMPANY���Baker St.,  , Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and,mining  supplies, and water and plumbers' supplies.  VANCOUVER HARP WAIIW COMPANY, LIMITED  , ���Haker street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in liard-  ���warc and ruining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths'sup-  plics.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpUPNER, HKKTON & CO.-Corncr Vornon and Jose-  ���*; iihine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  ciparsand dry goods. Agents for Pahst Urcwing Co. of  Milwaukee and Calgpiry Jlre wing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE. "  HAMILTON POWDKIl COMPANY���Baker .street,  Nelhon, manufacturers of dynamite, sporting,  stumping and black blasting powders, wholesale dealers  in caps ami tunc, ami elect ric blasting apparatus.  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  I'KODUCK COM PA NY-Vernon .street,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce.  Agents for pSwift & Co. bacon and hams.  PA11.SOX3  Xelson,  and fruil-i.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and Josephine  ���   strnelM,   Nelson,   wholesale dealers in   provisions,  cured moats, bill tor ami eggs.        Fit. STKWART & CO.-~ Warehouses on C. P. H.  ��� track, foot of Stanley ulrcet, Xelnon. wholesale  dealer* in provisions, produce and fruits.. Cold storage.  Agents Armour .t Co. a bacon, hams, lard und other products. ^_ _____    SASrT.AND DQOBS.  NKLSON SAAV AND PLANING MILLS.  Corner From, and  Hall streets. Nelson  turcrs of and wholesale dealers in sash  kinds of factory work made to order. -  LIMITJCI)-  . manufac-  iiid doors; all  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA AVINK COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Frontand Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers  In wines (case and bulk) and domestic and imported  cigars.   Daixt Edition....  "Wkkkxt Edition.  ...-First Y��a��, No. 247  . Skvknth Year, No. 3U  ' It j.s not likely that the merchants of  Kootenay Avill, for a time, give the Northern Pacific any great amount of business. That company has a traffic agent  in Kootenay who is a continuous blue  ruin shouter ab the mine managers'  ���mourner's bench. He is reported as saying in liossland that ���" the ���-strike in the  " Sloean has paralysed business and notli-  " ing is doing."  /Canadians can bo depended on to do  their full duty to the mother country  when she is in trouble. ' ..  '-  THE   BOVINE   IN   THE   PATH.  "With the approach of actual hostilities  in  South Africa interest in  the Orange  Free State -will be augmented.    Hitherto  that republic has always avoided any direct   collision   Avith   Great   Britain,   although the Boers of that state have priv-  itely assisted their  brethern across the  Vaal.    Jt Avas Avell  understood   by the  British  government that this Avould be  done,  but it A\'as  ignored as being  the  best policy not to take notice of little irregularities Avhich the government of the  Vvce State  Avas not powerful enough to  prevent, and would only provoke greater  resentment by attempting it.    The former president, Brand,  Avas a man of unusual sagacity,'   and   steered   his   little  country clear  of  all  difficulties.    Steyn  appears,to- be   more emotional,  and although he is no doubt- sincerely .patriotic  his sentiments  have run  aAvay Avith his  judgment.   He has as surely doomed the  Orange Free  State to annihilation jis an  independent organization as if he had deliberately surrendered' if* into the hands  ofthe British,    ft has  hitherto occuped  to .South   Africa  the    status   accorded  Switzerland  by  Europe.    Its  autonomy  has'becn acknowledged and its territory  respected.    As a friendly poAver  British  troops never stepped upon its soil, but its  contiguity to the more belligerent Boers  gave it an importance Avhich commanded  from  England very agreeable consideration.  President Steyn, by joining forces AA'ith  the Boers and making' the Free State a  party to the conflict;, has invited occupation, by British troops. Not only -will  this give an advantage to the English in  permitting them access to the Transvaal  through the Free State, but Avhen the  -Transvaal-has-been-eiitirely-subjiigated,-  tlie war Avill be continued against the  Free State, and at its close the British  flag Avill fly over all the territory iioav  covered by the tAvo republics.  The situation finds no butter comment  than that of the Turk���"kismet." It is  fate. President Steyn may not' kuoAv  Avhat it is he has brought upon his poo-  pie, but Kruger does rcali/.c tho gravity  of the situation. Ue knoAvs better than  his- people, but he owes his position entirely to his sympathy Avith Boer ideas.  His people have no idcii of Avhat a tremendous force they haA'e provoked, and  he has. probably been swept from the  moorings he attempted to hold on to for  his state and yields to a irresistible  demand.  Great Britain is seeking to establish a  commercial empire in .South Africa. The  Trims van I has been a vexatious obstacle.  Not only has trade been diverted from its  course in order; to-^pass .around* the  boundaries ��� of the state, but little con-  troversies have  been seized as an excuse  WHOLESALE  . Butter,  . Eggs,  . Cheese,  . Green  . Fruils,  . Cured  . Meats,  . Vegetables  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Hosiery  Heavy Cashmere Hose in  Women's and Children's,  direct importations and  special value.  ^  ;   f       Infants  W Wool Bootees, Gaiters,  % Hoods, Mitts, Coats, Jack-  ��)_ ets, Coats and Wraps.  #   \ Feather Ruffs  S Fine values are being  �� offered in these goods.  Socks  Men's Socks, all grades  of Cashmere, Heavy and  Light Weight.  Furs  In the newest shapes of  Collars,   Coats,   Ties,   etc.  They are all right in price.  Golf Capes  A   second   lot   of these  have just arrived. They  are   good   in   style and  quality.  :   Jackets       *  Ladies' Jackets in all --B  the newest designs and -B  colors.    Very low in price. #  Silk Waists  m  An endless variety at ?7_  all prices. Everyone can #  be pleased from our as- ��  sortment. %  .   Plaids        |  Beautifvl designs and #_���  colors all wove, and suit- -B  able for waists and skirts. #  Our aim is to have the Right Goods  at the Right Price.  w  INCORPORATED 1670.  QI7 r i$ t i ^- B r 0 u/ 9 '$  FRUIT,  POUND  OR*  SULTANA  CAKES  m  %  #  Baker  ISfel^son,  iS^jg^^Q  ���<=-���/=*���   S^sS'Si  M   iB*^^**StSiSiS'^iS*5^'  Got|er  Beer or Half=  aridhHalf....  Hudson's Bay Co.  Telephone J��3  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  FOR FALL PLANTING  Always  Always  Fresh  Cool  .30 by_120, Bakcr_8trcet._l)ctiwcen Joseph_ie_and __  AVard streets     ~"  50 by 120, Baker stroet, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner   25 by 120 with improvemonts, soutli side of Vernon  street.,..  5000  50 by.120 with Improvements, south sido of Vernon  street    6000  1\ lots with cottngo rented at $15per month, Victoria  street i  3500  2 lots with cottage ronled at $20 por month, Stanley  Stroot  3000  6 lots in block \ID, all cleared and fenced in  2500  AGENTS FOR   -  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  THE BEST GLASS OF BEEE IN NELSON IS  AT THE  TULIPS  NARCISSUS  EASTER LILIES  HYACINTHS  CROCUS  -vV"____^_3 BBOS.  Real Estate and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  8S  SS  Club Hotel  Canada Drag and Book Co.,   = __iiva:ia7__!iD   Corner of Bakor and Stanley Streets. Nelson  C'liilfns;  chains;  chains;  ulu lint*;  chains ;  tibainx;  clmin.s;  muiiccinciit,.  Nelson. U. 0  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. GURRAH, Prop.  Smoke.  ��� ���  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY. BELLE  CIGARS.   .....  They Have Arrived at Last  50,000 Bulbs From Holland.  A choice iv-sorlincnt for present planting. Kor tho  convenience of Uiomj who cannot cull at. the KreunliOnwo  a full supply m ill he on linml at Klrhpulrluk & Wilnon'K  and Flank Taiublyii's, Baker stroot.  roduce  fflpany  And I want to be in it. I havo just received  ,Kall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings representing a $50,000 stock to  choose from made to your order at p'iccH  - never before heard of in Nelson. All the latent  fads in Fancy Vestings for Kail and winter.  Ijadies'tailoring inallits branchesaspecialty.  Lowest prices,   llooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  UNION   MADE  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF BAGON  The "Wonder"  Miss MiT'erniott has just reltimed from Spokane  with new ideas of lutes', Ainorieai) novelty hats. Swell  vciliiiKK just, opened,   fall suul sec I hem.  Lessons iu I'liihroldcry and lace work on Wednesday  aud Thursday nioniiiins- frmn 10 to 11, or afternoons  from .'J to t.   Mi-pi Tauihlyii in chaw.  Two ilnoi'h west of Martin O'ltoilly & Co.  Kootenay Cigar Manfg. Go.  Nelson, British Columbia.  R. REISTERER & OO.  ' BREWER.. AND BOTTLERS OF  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to tho tirade.  Brewery at Nelson.  The Boyal Greenhouses, E. Grizzelfe, Prop.  Corner Hoover and Ward .Streets.  Bulbs  fop  Fall   Planting*  20,000 Holland Bulbs to arrive in September; 5G00 Japan  Lilies to arrive in October; IftOO Rhododendrons, Azaleas,  Magnolias, IJokoh, etc. to arrivo in October Thousands  of Hoses, CainoIia'S, Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Shrubs,  etc., growiiiK on my own grounds for tlio fall trade.  Catalogue free. - >       '  M. J. Henry  Vancouver, B. C.  son  s  -CANDFACTUBERS OV  BJNG-INBS, BOIEiHRS, SHAFTING, IKON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OW KV_BY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  KNIGHTS  Km  LODGE   MEETINGS,  OK PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodgo,       ,  ...  hts of Pytbias, meets in I. O. O. K. Hall, cornor  No,  25,  . Full stocks carried at Nelson  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  and  Novelties in Millinery  I am in receipt of the latest in niilliiiopy and 'iiillli-  nory'.novelties direct tvoui New York; .  .Call and inspcot. '....,  H. D._Ashcroft  BLACKSiVliTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEiNG  Waeon repairing promptly attended to by a -flrst-class  Wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  IMR/S. 'm. .MoUAUOHtwIN-1. ��� '* ~~ *' ���"���.'*..  ���JosepliiitcStreet, near Bftkcr."^^^:.  J Sijop: JJall Street, b^^.BiAw-^ywmMrmm^i  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIE. C. C. R.6. JOY, K. of R. &S.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M.   Moets  > BBCOud Wednesday in each, month.   Sojourning  brethren invited.  .TO-ELSON L. O. L., No. 1692, meets in I, O. P. F. Hall",  ^^i   corner Bakor and Kootenay streets, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.   Visiting brothern cordially invited.  . JOHN TOTE, W. M.      F. J. BRADLEY, Rcc. Sec.  TSJELSON JKMK, Numbor 22, Fraternal Order of  *" Khgles; meets every second and fourth Wednesday in  each month ia Fraternity Hall. Visiting brethren wel-  j conte.  J. IRVING. Prosident,        J.K WRAY, Secretary.  TSJELSON-MlNlOnS' UNifON  NO.  ���"   Meets in iK. V. -rooms, Fra  Su      '  ,     -IS-- r- ...   JAMBS WILKS, Boo'y.  ..   .._.  Ofi. W. V. of ���_!.-  ratcrnity llall, thoflrst and  nn/ph   T9innt.li  at. S  6'clock.-:  third Saturday 'ev-iiliigs"in  each mohUi at 8 O'clock,  VisiUug-inomhors welcome.    ' .   -'-* ~   _        CHAS. A. McKAY, Pros,  JYOTICE.  Nplicejshcrobyglvenlhal, in thirty daw, T intend to  apply to ilie (.'lucf coiiuiussionur of lands nnd works,  lor permission to cut and win-y away timber oil* I he bolow  described lands:  I'oiiinieiH'ing nl anostabout ftvc niilesup Yuill crock  on the west arm of kook'iiuy lake; tlience north eighty *  chsijus;   \hence west ten chains;  tlience  north  sixiy  cluuits;   thence west lun chains;   theiiee  north  forty  cuiins;  iheneo west ten uiuiins;   llicnce  north  forty  c mills; I hence west  Ion  chains;   tlienco  north -forty,  <��� iiiin.s;  IJieuco  west   tan  elinins;  tJioueo  north forty  o mills; llu'iice west" (en chains;  thenco north twenty'  liiiin.s; thenee west forty chains; llicnce south tweniy  Ihonro  cast,  len  chains;   llicnce south  forty  lliunco oast ten  cliains;   tlience  south-forty  I heneo'e.ist  ton  cliains;   tlience south   forty  thence east   ten  chains;   thonce  south forty  thence cast  Ion  chains;   tJionce south sixty  tlience cast ten chains;  thence south  eighty  llicnce Cast forty chains to the place of com-  ,   ��� ,      CirAKI,ES UJJjLYKR.   AiiKxstisih. mm:   "NOTICE. ~  Notice is hereby given that in thirty days,' I intend 'to  apply lo the unicl commissioner uf lands and works for  perjuission (o cutand carry away timber off the below  described lands:  Commencing at, a post, about two and a half miles up  from tho mouth of a creek running into Crawford Hay.  on Jijooteiiny lake, iuuI known as O'vav creek, marked  north west corner; thonce ca.s(. forty cliains; thence north  ten chains; thenco cast twenty chains; Ihence north  -ten chains;-thenceCiwt thirty-live chains; thence south-  two chains; thenceeast seventeen chains; thence south  sixty chaius; thence west llflccn chains; thonce norlh  ten chains; thence west twenty-live chains; thenco  south len chains; Iheneo -west sixteen chains; thenee  south ten cliains; thenco west sixteen chains; thenco  north ten chains J thenco west forly chains; thenco north  forty-two chains to t he placo of coiuincnccment.  Nelson, JJ. C, September (ith, IS!)!).   NOTICE.  Noiiceis hereby given that in Ihirty days, I intend lo  apply Jo the chief coiiiiii'ssioiiur of land* and works, for  permission to cut and carry a way timber oil* tho below  desciibeil lands;    - >  ConimeiicifiKat, the northeast, corner of H. I). Mclter-  mid's limber claim, on Uifnince cieck, on south iinu'of  kootenay Jjiiku, thenceeast forty cliains, Ihence sonlli  ten chains, jhoii'-o east, ninety chains, thence norlh len  cliains-; (hence, east forly-llve chains, thence south llfly  chains. thence west live cliains; thence south tcncliaius;  liienco west seventeen chains; tlience south ten chains;  (hence west eighteen chains, Ihciieu north len chains;  Lhonco west foity chains, Jliuncu south ten elinins, thence  west forty chains; thence, on th ten chains; thence west  - forty-live cliains, thence norlh ciglily chains to place of  commencement. GJ'X). GIIAY,'  Nolson, il. (!., September ?2nd, l.Silj).   ���NOTICE.  _ Notice is hereby Riven that in thirty days, I inlaid to  apply to Ihe chief commissioner of lands and works, for  permission to cut and carry away timber oil* the below  described laiitlb:  Commencing at a post about two nnd a li.ilf miles up  Lafranco crock, on (he south arm of Kootenay Jake, commencing at the northwest comer; (hence oast Jive chains; .  thence north forty chains; thonce-east twenty chains;  thenco north ton chains; thenee easl.nine chains; thonce  north ten chains; thenceeast five chains; thonco north ���  ,tenchains; thence east ten chains; thenco noitli ten  chains; thenco cast ten chains; thenco north ten  cliains; thenee east twelve chains; thonce norlh five  cliains; tlienco cast thirty-eiglit cliains; tlience nortli ,  twenty chains; thence east fourteen cliains; (hence  &outh twenty chains; thenco west eighteen .chains;  thonce south six chains; thence vest Twenty chains;  thenco south twenty-flve eliaUla; thence west ten cliains;  thence south twenty chains; thenco wost twenty cbtiins;  thenco south Jlfteen chains; thenco west ten ehains;  thonce south twenty-five chains; thenco west eiglit  chains; thonce south twenty five chaius: thence'west  seventeen chains; thenco south eleven cliains; theuce  west twenty chains; thenco north thirty-two chains to  tho place of commencement. TL D. McDEUMlD.  Nelson, 11. C, August 29th, 1889.   NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given-that in thirty days  apply to the chief commissioner of Jands and  permission to cut and carry away  described lands::  Coiniiienciiig at a post ton -chainssouth of IT, Houston's  northeast corner post> oil-Gray creek, riinningiiito Crawford Bay, on Kootenay lake, and thence oust fortyjChains;  thenco south eighty chains; thfenea west ten cliains;  tlience. south eighty chains; thenee cast ten.chains;  thence south forty chains; thonco west, forty chains;  thonco north Jifty chains; thence west ten cliains; tlielico  north ono. hundred chains: thenco cast ten Chains;  tlienco north fifty chains to the place of commencement.  '_���,���    �����-�������   .     ,      .,      THOMA8 gpKOAT.  Nelson, B.C., September fifch.     ..  I intend'to  works .for  limber oir tho bolow ITHE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899.  o  m of  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOltP STIIATIICOMA ANI)  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GKO. A. PKUMMOND Vice-President  K   3. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  _sr*H!Lso]sr _3*R__,_srci-a:  N.W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       mtANOUKS IN       LONDON  (HriBland),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal citios in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable Transfers  GRANT COMMKllCIAL AND TKAVKI.T.KUB' CKKPITS,  available in any part of the world.  DRAFTS ISSUKD    COLLECTIONS MADK; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CUltTtENT rath; ok interest paid  VAST   "WEALTH   LYING   DORMANT.  Few people have any adequate idea of  the vast stores of mineral and other  natural resources of Siberia, tho mighty,  undeveloped land which is now being  traversed by a railway for the first time.  The fastnesses of tliat' country, which  have hitherto beeu absolutely impregnable to colonists, contain mineral wealth  of immense extent, and some idea of  what that country will eventually produce may be gleaned from a recent letter  of consul Monaghan, writing to the state  department from Chcrmit/.. In part he  says:  "Siberia and the Amur lands are rich  beyond   belief.    Their  13,400,000  square  kilometers (5,213,050 square miles) are inhabited  by only  4,000,000 souls.    In recent years, however, the number of immigrants    (400,000    hist   year)   has    been  equaled  only by the tide  which poured  into the United States in the piist.    This  vast  territory,  loug  looked  upon  as   a  barren waste, is destined to be one of the  world's richest and most productive sections.    In Northern France wheat ripens  in  127  days;  in  Siberia in   107.    Even  strong  night frosts  do not   injure  the  young seed.    Under such conditions the  possibilities of agriculture are practically  unlimited,    I may add that oats require  ' in  Siberia, and the Amur country  only  ninety-six days, and in the regions of tlio  Yenisei oafy 107.    Tho.frost period lasts  only ninety-seven days in the Trktusk  country.     Transbaikalia   .lies    entirely  within  the agricultural  regions ; sp, too,  almost'the entire territory traversed by  the Amur as far north as  it ruiis.    Efforts are being made to obtain, along the  Amur, at least 300,000 square, kilometers'  (115,S35 kpiare    miles)  for. the   higher  "forms'of  nothern   agriculture. - Climati-  . cally, the  best of Northern Asia's territory, for planting pucposcs,Jis the Osuir  country, whieli, in spito of its vast tracts  of woods and grazing- lands, has 195,000  square kilometers'(75.292 square miles) of  arable   ground.     Tho   building   of   the  Transsiberian railroad has already added  to the empire's wheat product.  .  "The mir-eral resources of Western Siberia are   vast.     IJetween   Tomsk   and1  Kooznesk lie   (50,000   kilometers   (23,1(57  square miles)  of evil lands which have  never been touched.    The coal is said to  be  excellent.    In  Eastern Siberia,   with  its  280,000   square    kilometers   (108,112  square miles) of fruitful soil,   tliere are  400  places, yielding gold.    Rich mineral  deposits���-graphite,    lapis    lazuli;   iron  "mines,  parSieulaf_y"~i'ielI-ii_  q7ialifcy~"(as"  high as 00 per cent); hard and sofb coal,  i. e., black and brown  coal���await hands  willing to work for them.   Today thousands  of colonists  are  hurrying to these  promising kinds.   Russia's output in gold  and silver is already very large,* and is  constantly increasing.   Throe-fourths of  all the silver gathered in Russia is obtained in tho Altai mountains.   Exclusive  corpokatFoh of the city o7"NEisiii  NOTICE  TO MUNICIPAL VOTEBS.  Is t\ow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C-, and  Dawson City, Yu(\on, District.  The followintr persons are uulit led to ho placed on the  Voters' List for Ihe City of Nelson, viz.:  Any iiule or fern i!e l)oiiu*ii JJrilisti subject of the full  ngi'o! I weiily-ono years, who shall have paid on or before  I lie Kirst, (lay of November next ill] municipal rales,  fu.<o.. asptossiiioiiti- and liuonsu Fees payable by liim or her  to (he iininieitiaUty.  (a) Who is tlie nsxesscil owner of lands or of improve;  ' -limits, or the asscseil ocoupior of lands sit mile within  tho municipality, or  (li) Who is a resident of and carries on business and is  tlm holder of a trader's license in tho nmnieipalit.y, the  annual fee for which is not less than live dollars, or  [c) Who is a householder within the municipality.  No person shall be' cutitlocl to vote under a liousc-  liolder'H (puUiflctilioii, nor shall bis or her name be included in tho Annual Voters' Li.-ifc uuless'lie or bhe shall,  on orliefore the Kirst day of December next, enter with  the undersigned liis or her name as a voter, and shall  mako and personally deliver to th,o undersigned at the  name time a statutory declaration, the form of which  may be obtained at the pity olllocs.  By Order. J. K. STIt ACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C. October 121 h, ISS)').           Special Notice to the People of Kootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as \ 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  ~^OBTHA_TD  AND  TYPEWMTInE  SHOHTIIANI**, Tynowril im;, and boukecpintf tatitfbl.  Terms reasonable.   Apply to Hiss IJ. JJiamlt llniij  Sen, Applewhaito block, west Haker street. Nelson.  ARCHITECTS.  BWART & CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7 and 8 Ab  erdeosi block, Bakor streot, Nelson.*;  of the Ural gold fields there are Ss5I  places in the empire where gold is found.  Notwithstanding the number of places in  which iron is located, there j.are only four  largo establishments for its production.  The ores tire rich���'J8 to 00 per cent of  raw iron.  "The industries of Siberi.a arc in their  infancy;  still they are growing  and are  bound   to grow, so rich  are the rewards  promised.     Chemical,  sugar and   paper  mills havo been mit in several places and  are paying   well.      I.ven   Manchuria,  a  province so vast that it might make an  empire, is looking to Russia for its future  development.    The wealth of this province, like that of Siberia aud all Eastern  Russia,    is   ripe   for   harvesting.     The  traffic  iu Siberia and Eastern  Russia is  increasing faster than even tlie advocates  of the great Transsiberian road anticipated.    The  Ob,   ono   of   the   world's   big  rivers, emptying through the gulf of Ob  into the Arctic  ocean, lias 102  steamers  and  200 tugs  running already.    On the  Yenisei  ten   steamers  carry the   mails  regularly.     The  months  of  both  these  rivers were .visited last summer by English and Russian ships.    This proves the  practicability of connecting Eastern and  Western  Siberia with Europe by water.  The mouth of the _Ob is to be  deepened  and wharves  are  to be  built.    On  the  coast of the Usuri country there is regular pos.tal communication between Nicola-  ���jevsk,     Vladivostok     and     intervening  places, as well as connection with Japanese ports and Port Arthur.    From Odessa  aud   St.  Petersburg  to   various  Asiatic  ports runs   the so-called  volunteer fleet,  established  in  1S7S.      It   has   fourteen  steamers, with 115,500 tons displacement.  In war they can be armed ; iu peace they  carry freight, travelers, immigrants and  troops.  The Dutch Dream and Hope.  Writing to the London Times, not long  ago, an '"Englishman iu South,Africa,.  stiys : "The- one thing for England to  avoid) .���ifc-.all costs, is chance of any preliminary reverse. If' one did occur, bur  diiTfieultics - in the  colony may be much  ANNOUNCEMENT  Tn consequence of increasing-ill-health of Mr. 11. O.  Waterman, (lie llrm.of Oluis. A.'Waterman & Co. have  been dissolved, and Arthur It. Sherwood lias Uiken over  the business of I heir old ofllco on, Baker street, Xelson,  uiul Will continue the business si I tlie same place, as Heal  JCstati' and Insurance .tffOill, and he-will be assisted by,  ,(.'. A. Wiiteriiipiii, iw iiiiiiia-joi'of the Itental department  and care of property for nou-rcsident property holders.  The 1 numbers ol'-t ho old lirm desire to thank their friends  nnd pivlnms for their palroiiitKo.in'tho iusi��� and solicit  for I lie oilico in 1 he future tho business of their old clieni.s  and the people at largo, we remain, respectfully,.  C1IAS. A. WATKIIMAN,  11. C. "WATERMAN1,  . A. It. SIIKRVVOOD.  Nelson, October l_lh, 1S!K).  Notice to Investors and Builders  ive  the  very Best Terms  to  those'  to borrow money on. improved  real  Wc j  wishing  esttite.  The only company in the province that givea  you the privilege of paying off your whole  Loan-at~Any Time wifchout~a"BoNUs oii"giv~  ing a 60 day notice of your intention was so.  GAMBLE dfc O'REILLY, Agts  British Columbia Permanent Savings & Loan Company.  ,    Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.   . .  Lots for Sale  $2100 will purchase a contra! lob and residence.  5.5000 will purchaso four nice lots and residence.  10,000 Pooled Kairmont 4 coiils,  JJlackcock (Ymir) shares 20 cents.  WHO Utica at 14 emit* -    -  Cheap lots in Krtirview (Itoguslowii) Addition.  ALEX STEWART  Tumor & Bocckh block. Nelson", B. C-___  The Kelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  Largo number of choice building lols adjacent to the  line of their tramway. For price and terms of sale apply  to the olllco of the company, Macdonald block, corner of  Josephine and Vernon streets.  T. C. DUNCAN, Secretary.  Charles  0.  J.  Christie  GENERAL,  BROKER.  I_ST-3*XT"R_S__*srO*E3  REAL. ESTATE AND LOANS.  FOR SAL'S"  j-Room House  S1S00 150-Foot Conipr 8.100  4-Rooni House $8W)  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing- 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.   For further  particulars apply to  FRED  J.   SQUIRE,   NelflOE,   B,   Q.  moro__.cei-ions. For this reason, none  of the Dutch colonists who own property  or land will stir at first. A few of the  poorer Dutch, men who havo nothing to  lose, may go up to the Transvaal, but the  bulk will do nothing, bul will watch how  events turn. out. But the moment these  men heard we had any sort of a reverse,  they would think the hour had come to  sti'ike for the real, though unavowed, object of tho J3ond, a South African Dutch  republic. No responsible Dutchman in  the colony will shoulder his rifle to fight  for it purely Transvaal affair; but their  own dream is a whole and united republic of their own, with the EnglislTas their  subjects, a vast South African republic,  stretching from the Limpopo to Cape  Agulhas, a republic in which the Dutch,  and the Dutch only, shall reign supreme,  and the despised Englishman be treated  as half-caste, hardly better than the  Kaffirs. Rut few people in England  realize this. It is no mere question between the Imperial government and the  South African republic. It is a question  which  virtually affects  the relationship  FULL LINE OF  between Great Britain aud her South  African colonies. Every Afrikander,  evei'y Boer, does realizes this fully. The  time has come when England must decide  whether she will maintain her power in  South Africa, or give it up for ever."  Name to be Changed.  Kamloops Sentinel.  Major-general Ilutton, accompanied by  lieutenant-colonel Peters, D.O.C., and captain Bell, inspected the Kamloops rifle  corps, on the exhibition grounds, last  Friday evening. lie complimented the  men on their appearance, saying that  they were the smartest lot he had so far  seen in this province. The general stated  that the name of the corps Avas to be  changed to the Rocky Mountain Rangers.  He gave some practical advice and pointed out that the Canadian militia was  open to all and was entirely free from  political or sectarian inlluences.  m  w  ���t=>.C=>.p3.(=?.C3,c=).c.  mmmt  m  *�����:  ���*��.  ���At  Appreciation  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,  what you want is not in stock we will mako it for you  CALL AND GET PRICES.  Reported Robbery in Cariboo.  Vancouver, October IS.���[Delayed in  transmission].���An Ashcrof t report states  that there was a big robbery last night at  the Cariboo mine, near Quesnelle Forks  The safe in the Cariboo Hydraulic Company's office was blown open and part of  the amalgam, worth $.50,000, stolen.  The Tremont Hotel  W|AL0|4E & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  %  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  J. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS. NELSON  Contractors and Builders  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  One  of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity.  . WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT*  G.O.BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of first-class dry material on hand, also  & full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  "' Large comfortable bedrooms and   tlrat-elasa dining  room.   Samplo rooms for commercial men.  . p       rK-VI-ElS   S52 ��� _?33_X   _D_3_*_T -  Mrs.  E.  G.   GL/\RKE  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  ���J  Prop.  Yard: Foot of Hendryx stroet, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Johll    1^6,   Ag6Ilt  Brick and Lime  lime 70 Cents per 100 pounds.  Will deliver iu ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or on scows at government wharf.  The West j\ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Stroot*  T. G. PROCTOR, Manaffer  GOAL!  GOAL!  $9.50 per ton  GREAT REDUCTION  H&BD GOAL  ANTHRACITE  _DE3__X*V*E!'Ei*El*r>  Special niton for carload lota for outside points,  TKLignox,,  C> v   Wood I Wood! Wood!  - Good dry wood, all lengths.    Leave  orders  at  Jacobson's feed  store  on  Vernon street (next door to Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.   JOHN CROFT.  ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  Tho undersigned has a largo quantity of fir, cedar, and  tamarac slalw. in 16-inch and 4-foot lengths, suitable for  stove wood, which will be sold for $1 a. load at the mill  yard' NKLSON SAW & PLANING MILLS. Limited.  Nelww. August 19th. 18ST9.  MISIOODS AP HAIR ORNAMENTS  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. W. KKAItNEYhAfi opened a Ladles Hair Dressing Parlor in room I, Victoria block, Nelhon, aud iri prepared to furnixh everything in tho way of hair goods  and hair tonics.  Treatmout ot the scalp a specialty.  H- D. HUME, Manager.  The finest'hotol in tho interior.  Large samplo rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OF WARD. AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  management since 1890.  . Tho bed-rooms  are  well furnished and   lighted by  electricity.  p Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.  Tho bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Largo and woll lightod Heated by hot ai  Reasonable rates ' Samplo rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnishod throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor.  Froo bus moots all trains Rav_lc4*-nlrio   R  ft  Hourly stroot car to station nBVBiaiURBj  a, U.  Night Grill Room in connection, for the convenience of  gucstti arriving and departing by night trains.  NOTICEi  On and nftei' (lie 1st of October lSllii, tho tlnind Onlml  Hotel will be run -Uiotly on the ICnrupeim plan.  Wc have JUIcd up a new dining room wjfh a M'.'ilii;!*;  Capacity for one hundred peoplis which will lie run in  coiiiieuliiin Willi tho hotel. All ineuW (wenty.flv. cents  payable in tlio dining room. Will be pleased to fisniiih  meal tickets on application.  Rooms by the day, week or month.  Thanking yon for your gciiorous palroimgn in I ho p.Vil.  and trusting to be favored with a con! immnce of .same in  the future. '     I remain, respectfully your-.,  ���I . SliMPSON.  "'" ���"���"   Restaurant  Bakor street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  ' MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  R-    ���Ectr-R-^'sr,    _?**RO'E,_Hi-3-?o_a  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NELSON, H. C.  CoiTco roasters and dealers iu Tea and Cofl'ec.  Offer fresh roasted colFeo of best quality a-t follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, por pound $  -10  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds   1 00  Fino Santos, 4 pounds   1 00  Santos Blond, !i pounds ,    1 00  Our .Spocial Blend. 6 pounds   I 00  Our Itio Roast, G pounds   100  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors East of  Oddfellows  BlocK,   West  Baker Stseet  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.  D. McArthur & Co.  ^  m  m  m  M  THE NELSON SAW k PLANM 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 NELSON SAW k PLANM MILLS, Ltd.  OFFICE A2TD MILLS* CORNER' HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.  FAIR VIEW  easy terms.   This property is ve>-y desirable for residences.  West Baker Street, Nelson   . J1    JJ^  THE  FINEST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. IN. NELSON  All the unsold  lots.in tne  Fairview Addition to Nelson are now on the-mark^t at reasonable,p/ices and on  Apply to '       ' ''  '  WARD, Local Agent.  P. Burns & Co.  ���Wholesale andURetaik . ���  .   .   Dealers in Meats  IXHAD   OPI'ICE   at  JStXj;LSO_>t, B.  c.  Wholesale Markets at JJetson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  Kotsii] M-u-kcta at Nelson, IvjusIo, Snndon, Sifvortoii, New Denver, Ymir, Trail, Grand Forks,  Oiwcado, Greenwood, Midway, and Sirdar.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  AI.Ij kinds ok  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WrrOIjKSALK AND HKTAIIj  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Balder Street, |leison   E*  ORDKTtS BY MAIL ItKOKIVB CAREFUL AMP PKOMPT ATTKXTIQN.  JUST ARRIVED A CARLOAD OF  Anheuser= Busch  saie  IT  Lager Beer!  by the trade in Nelson.  Highest class Lager produced.      On  ASK FOR  R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for 8. C.  A. B. GRAY, Agent for Kootenay, Baker St., Nolson, Next Oddfellows Building  GROVE HOTEL BEER GARDEN  THE  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  BEST  BEER  BREWED AT  HOME  OR  ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES.  ABROAD  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Havo juHt, received a consigtimout of Harris home  wade tweeds from Talbot Karris, .Scotland.  ERE? I SfliPvMr.SkM^  The supply la limlivoO. bo.grQ early and examine this stock. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C. FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying Ml lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  Fall  Overcoats  Now is the time to purchase your fall Overcoats  We have a larg-e stock of these g-oods in all the  latest styles and are selling- them at very low prices.  Call and see them and be convinced that they are  the proper thing* for this time of the year.  Remember the place.  j. A  THE LOCAL NEWSJ)F THE TOWN  P. W. Frith of Moyie was nnirried yesterday afternoon to Miss .Tano McAllister  of Edmonton, Alberta. The ceremony  was performed in the English church by  Rev. Mr. Akehursfc. Mr. and Mrs. Frith  leave for Moyie tonight.  Tin-- Tkiuunh lias now the best  equipped printing and binding plant iu  British Columbia, outside of Victoria and  Vancouver.  Sheaves of wheat, oats, and barley  adorn the show window of M. DesBrisay  <fc Co. The window is one of the prettiest  sights on Baker street, and Mr. MePherson, its decorator, is Jin artist in that  line.  Thanksgiving day was generally observed in Nelson.  John ��Aytou Gibson is back from  Spokane, where he was in attendance at  the exhibition.  As there was a prospect of concluding  the criminal calendar at the court  of assi/.e yesterday, wliich was much lighter  than  Avas  expected,  Mr.  justice Martin  announced    that   in   order to  expedite  matters  he  will  sit today to hear civil  cases.    He   called  the'-^-JtentiOn  of the  members of the Nelson bar  to  the circumstance, according  to tlic^'announcement-c-iu ��� the  British   Columbia Ga/.ette,  thatthe  civil, sittings  would  not  open  until Tuesday  the   24th   instant.     The  civil list was a  long one, and  as he  did  not wish to leave  before  all that were  ready were disposed of, he  would sit today aud tomorrow and  hear  any  cases  which might be brought before him.    Ho  explained that he had to go  to Rossland  and return to Victoria by November Oth  for the  .sitting  of the    supreme, court,  which  left  little  time  to  spare, and in  view of this he asked the members of the?  bar to bring on  their cases as soon as;  possible.  MINING   NEWS   CONDENSED.  ESTABLISHED  IN   NELSON  1890  j |J r  American   ���  Watches  Have always been a specialty with us, and concentrating on these alone, to the exclusion of foreign  makes, we have a fine and full stock, including every  American make, and are therefore especially well  equipped for quick shipments. By the exercise of  experienced, care in selection far in advance of the  season we secure  Choke Case Oesiguns  We have some very exclusive ones in solid and  filled gold and other good selling styles in endless  variety.  The 'following are the results of the  Hall Mines, Limited, smelting operations  during September: Copper smelting, 20  days 9 hours,. 5142 tons of Silver King  ore and 272 tons of purchashed ore were  smelted, containing (approximately)���.  Silver King ore, 119 tons copper, 80,000  ounces silver. Purchased ore, etc.���10  tons copper, 13,130 ounces silver, 249  ounces gold. Lead smelting���2.5 days, G  hours. 83(3 tons of purchased lead oi*e  were smelted, together with 110 tons of  Silver King ore, from which were produced   170  tons  of   bullion,  containing  DIamoeds and. all  "Pf��cloffil_ Stones  BUSINESS   MENTION.  The Tribune now has a fairly complete  bookbinder}, tinoc siddilional pioro-s of ln.icliinurj-' li.iv-  in_ l)i*oii received, yop.lercI.ij-from Ila. ri'.btiiy, i'cnnsyl-  v.iiiki.j Old books .md ni.ijj.ij'iiies rebound, ami .my kind  m bl.ink book miiniif'ietuied.  For Sale���Two'good pool tables, in first-  tl.iss slmjie; for vile clie.ip, for ciisli. Addle _> "Pool  I'iib'o," Jjox 383, Robsliiiul, B.C.     '  Porter wanted.   Apply at Phair Hotel.  Furnished rooms to let.   Apply to Mrs.  Ij. M, Jameson, Carney Block, B.ikcr stieet \\est.  Offices to   rent���Single   or   in   suite.  licndy for occupancy November 1st. Apply to John  Houston, Ti ibuiie Olllco.  For Rent���A store on 'Vernon street,  opposite The Tiibunc oflicc. $10 n, month. Apply (o 10.  Kilbj.  approximately) from Silver King ore,  1731 ounces silver. From purchased  ore, etc., 1(55 tons lead, 22.0S5 ounces  silvei-, 91S ounces gold.  A new era has dawned for Republic  camp, ia the state of Washington. Republic tunnel No. 4 has struck, ore���has  struck it at a depth of 000 feet���has  struck it big and struck it rich.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At tiiio Phair���A. F. Dixon, Toronto;  T. 1). Crowe, Kaslo; A. II. W��I bridge,  Fritz Corkel, Vancouver; Fi-ank Watson,  AV. W.-Spinks, F. .1. Mahoney, Silverton ;  ii. S. Dingh, C. F. MePherson, Winnipeg;  .1. M. Harris, J. 11. Hunter, Spokane; T.  Allice, Victoria; F. W. Ferguson, Ccssire  J. Marani, D. C. McGregor, Vancouver;  Mrs. Webster, Mrs. McQuinn, Calgary;  J. C. Rreene, Kamloops; Chas. Culver,  Sandon; O. P. Mooney, Creston.  At thk Hume���Louise Hume, Revelstoke; E. E. Nerner, Berlin, Out.; A. W.  Ross, D. Davenport, Vancouver; Charles  Clinton, Ontario; J. D. Ronald, and wife,  Brussels.  At thk Grand Central���E. R. Cameron, Grand Forks; A. McGregor, W. R.  Kuowles, Lardo; A. Tapping, Rossland;  J. McCreminion, Glengarry; A. Eraser,  Glenboro; A. Pietrzak, Winnipeg; T. F.  Trask, Chris Creamer, Ymir; J. McPlmil.  J. Shicl, Lardo.  At tiie Royal���II. T. Widdicombe,  Vancouver; A. 3. Littlejohn, Rossland;  Miss A. Cruikebank, Spokane.  At the- S her boo ke���A. It. McDonald,  Arnprior, Ont.; Ernest Nits. Fort Steele;  J. Dufresno, Lardo; N. Simon, Geo. Susie,  J. Asclein, Bonner's Ferry; T. Carson,  Ymir; Louis Clautiei-, Pilat B;iy; Frank  Tessier, Ymir.  At   the   Wave rley ��� W.    II.   Lee,  ReA'elstoke,   R.  R.   Fleming,   Kootenay  River Flats; J. C. Shooks, Slocan City; J."  Winlaw, Lemon Creek. ���  At the Clur���W. Liad, Ncav York':.  John O.dgers, Silver King; A. Bader,  Greenwood; W. Barbour, Salmo.  At the Tre.-mont���May Randall, Kaslo;,  Pat  Reddy,  Alex  McDonald,   Crawford  Creek; J. Buchanan, D. Anderson, J. Gold-  ieh, Pat Babstock, Windermere.  At the Queens���-John Bull, Slocan  City; W. Donald, Sandon; J. T. Roberts,  Port Hill; J. McFarlane, Edmonton; P. F.  Godenrath, Spokesman Review; Miss  Manuel, Columbia; G. J. Henry, Woodbury.  At the Madden���J. Atcrigg, A. Gi-ea-  sie, Silverton'; W. L. Gainer, Charles Ek,  Neal Coots, F. Ridgeway, Seattle.  At the Clarice���Tom Ryan, J. Ryan,  T.J. Hefl'cy, Lardo.  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  dUST  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  ers & Co.  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  fuel effected Avill soon'equal  range.. It can be so quickly  The saving in  the cost  of the  and easily regulated that there need be no  waste of heat or fuel. New patented im-  piovcnieiits oiler you more convenience and  comfort than you'll find in any other range.  Our Great  Sale is  Still oil  The National  Gold and Silver  Mining Company,  Limited Liability.  OPERATING   IN   THE   YMIP,   DISTRICT,  B, C.  dust at this time we have the fullest stock of Diamond  Jewelry for Fall and Holiday business, and the immediate  customers will secure the best of these and avoid the  annoyance of rush ordering, while profiting by possible  price advances. Ready for delivery now, or part, or all  of order entered and prices reserved for future shipment.  Fine watch repairing a specialty, all work guaranteed.  JACOB  DOVER, Jeweler  WE SELL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  headquarters ^K^"ciothi���g Good Valises in  ���:ohe_price to all    Baker StVQQt  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  W. P. DICKSON  ��. H. H. AFPLBWHAITOH  iiiij Itorie  J. McPHBB  ��  EkECTBIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Hautpments for Electric Power 0_?an_ml~slo_ and Idg-htlrig* for Minos, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Tel&phones', Annunciators, Htc.  P. d. Bos: 80S. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  'iii j' ':I' '. ���_J^L|,_^!L!^���^jJ_^.^__w.LJ.^���..        - ^_    '   ' "        .   '.."'I"' '     .1      .iiVp^i^ij '___.    '���' '   ' ~p' '"'':" "    ' "'.-- '      '   '    ���'     '���'''���.!    .   "**  A IVTj feizOH of lilank Bookn, Willi every kind of special ruling anil ])rint.od headings, niaimfacttircd right hero in  ��������*���  Nelson, by welbpaid workmen, who upend their oiir��ii>Ks in Ncbon.   'J'ribuno Association, Ijimitcd, Vcriiou St.  OL-AI-VES:  The Ajax group, situated on Tamarac mountainrandaimost immediately  adjoining the famous Tamarac mine,  near Ymir, B. C, consisting of the  "Ajax," "Gold Drop Fraction," and  "Lookout Fraction."  There are several ledges running  through the claims, on one of which a  large amount of development work has  been done on the "Ajax" claim. These  claims are credited with having the  Tamarac lead which, together with the  showings made upon the Ajax, should  make the shares of the company  desirable as an investment. The  directors have decided to offer a block  of 50,000 pooled treasury shares  for sale at one cent until Saturday,  October 21st, 1889, the proceeds to be  used in completing a crosscut tunnel  now being driven to cut the ledge.  There is a good opportunity to make a  ready turn in the purchase of these  shares at the price quoted. For further particulars apply to  Alex Stewart, Broker  P. Q. Box 69, Nelson, B. C  Palme mmmsm  FOR FINE CHOCOLATE  AND BON BONS  Sole agent for Nelson for Ganong Bros, celebrated jt  U Choco'iiU's and Hot) Uoiiu. One ton of (ho same to  nrrive fts a few days.  OLYMPIA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  AJUtiviNG mir.v.       ������. -    ���  Fancy  Cakes nnd   t'asl'ry.  Plums,   PcaehOH, Cm-pen,'  liauaimx, Cape Cod Ontriberrius, rears und nil l'"urlt in  HOOMQII.  Orrier Ward stud Raker Si#.      J     A      Mf>f\(\fl&i Ti  ' Alill*:& IjoII.'.s old.stand.    ,     ��', "v . HlliUURlll.il  Since it opened we have  sold $3000 worth of the  goods from tlie bankrupt  stock which we purchased  in Sandon. But we can  still offer  Great  Bargains  in "Winter  Goods  Don't make the  mistake   of paying _ regular _pri_ces_  for staple articles when  you can secure them at  50 cents on the dollar.  Here are some.  PRICES WHICH  CANNOT BE BEAT  Men's Tweed Pants, regular price  $1.75, reduced to SI; Men's  heavy tweed suits, regular price  $12, reduced to $7; regatta shirts  regular price $1.25, reduced to  50 cents; men's si Ik ties, regular  price 50 cents, reduced to 25  cents; men's Jong boots, regular  price, $5, reduced to $3; men's  tweed caps, regular price 50  cents,* reduced to 25 cents. AH  other goods also at greatly reduced prices.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  OSLO mm s��ooa  Lang's Celelrated Cream Flake  Sodas, 3-lb Cartons   Kirkpatrick & Wilson  For Thanksffivin  ELIjIOT BLOCK, BAKKIt STREET. NELSON.  j***:  WU IIAVK SKCUHEn TUB SOU: AGENCY* FOR  ii  JJ  IMITATIONS CAN NOT NOW BE PUT ON  THIS: MARKET.  V_K.VO'K 'Si1 flHftE  N.EI.SON, 11. V.  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  >&  CAPE COD CRANBERRIES, SWEET POTATOES,  ONTARIO GRAPES, NEW FIGS,  JAMS, JELLIES, KEELER'S MARMALADE, FRESH EGGS, ETC.  WE WILL CLOSE ALL DAY THURSDAY  Get the Best Jams  We have just received a large consignment of the  DYSON-GIBSON   COMPANY'S  JAMS  AND   PICKLES  Also a complete assortment of the  TORONTO BlSCU't COMPANY'S SWEET BISCUITS  TfJE BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING RECORD.  The editor-off ho nbov<5 journal \voul*ll)c gliul lo have  NulnnlUctl lo him foe cotiKidvriition shoit. shirics and Mr-  ticlutJ for publication in I lie Mpotjiul CbHsLMiix mi.niboiv'  Accepted urticlt'.* lire liberally paid for. All MS.S. must  be in bj' tho lut of November by the latent;. Address,  *Miiniigini�� Editor, ,11, O.  Mining Record, V. O. Drawer,  (as. Y'jeiiM'iu,.y.c.,.  Baker Street West, Nelson   John A. Irving' dp Co.  Stracha^n   Bros.  yE��*L**CT*J_t3B_5liJS, BSC  0*E��3E3_3-a.  StOTTS-H  33X.0OK:

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