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 /**&* CT -  4*3.  PLAIN DUTY OF THE BRITISH  To Resist Boer Aggression.  London,  October  17.���A  large crowd  waited in the precincts  of St. Stephen's  for  the  reassembling  of the  lords  and  commoners,  and  heartily welcomed the  favorites, especially Joseph Chamberlain,  secretory of state for the  colonies.    Tlie  Prince   of   Wales   was    loudly   cheered  while   driving   to   the  house   of   lords.  Within   the   house    cordial    receptions  marked  the  arrival of  Mr. Hal four and  the  other  members of the government.  The  house  listened   impatiently   to  the  usual   protest   by   Mr.  .Tames   Lowther  against the alleged interference  of peers  in elections, but Mr. Chamberlain's coming  put everybody in humor and was the signnl  f i r iv i inmense outburst of applause.   l.c  entered carrying ji big dispatch box.   Mr.  Balfour g.ivo notice of a,  motion   tomorrow that no  private  business  should be  taken up during the autumn session. The  speaker  then   read   the   queen's speech,  shortly after which sir Alfred Fuller Ac-  land   Hood,   Conservative   member   for  Wost .Somerset, rose to move the address  in reply.    He Avore the scarlet aud gold  uniform of a captain of the grenadiers.  Sir Alexander Hood said they had  never met in graver council, not only for  Soutli Africa, but for the whole empire.  Dwelling on the horrors of Avar, he declared that Avar should not be under-  ctaken except from absolute necessity, but  that, in this cfise, all other means had  failed, Avar had become necessary "to establish equal rights for the Avhite races  in South Africa and to remove the grievances of the Uitlanders." After reviewing the course of negotiations between  the British government and the Transvaal, he said that president Kruger by  his own act had removed all chance of  peace. After dwelling on the "splendid  offers of assistance made by the colonies,"  and " the necessity of maintaining Great  Britain paramount," he animadverted on  the defiant language of president Steyn  of the Orange Free State, declaring that  unless the question of British supremacy  Avas settled now. British, rule iu South  Africa would go. He asserted that the  British goA'erument, under exceptional  provocation, had shown great patience  and forbearance, and that Great Britain  had now ho option but to repel the  attack.    (Loud cheers).  Clement Molyneux Rhodes, Conservative member for- Richdale, seconded the  address. y  Sir Henry Campbell-Bjinuerman, Liberal leader iu the house of commons, avIio  3/  WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  the building of more than tweh'e miles  of railway, and that it can only operate its segregated pieces of raihvay by  securing running powers OArer thirteen  miles of the Canadian Pacific railway,  the opinion throughout this section is  that for such pieces of road as the company intends building it should be compelled to employ Canadian labor. The  customs authorities Avill also be asked to  strictly enforce the regulations of the department, and see that customs duties  are paid upon .all supplies Avhich the  company is using. The lino which the  Nelson & Bedlington road is iioav building from Rykert's on the boundary line  to Creston on the Crow's. Nest branch of  the Canadian Pacific is about ten miles in  length. From Creston to Kootenay  bridge the company has secured running  poAvers over thirteen miles of the Crow's  Nest Pass line.  A HUNDRED MEN AT WORK WHERE  '"L:""' '^y";-;g^^i'i|i"tai:jjiii;-: y v:^yyy.'-Mffi-:^< il[b$t]jr  fjiliGifiiy. yl^jiijfili<S- -ly-w'iar'iB;' :iSupli^. '���.. 'as:'* ytby  tie".  DOWNRIGHT FALSEHOODS TOLD  In an Interview.  Hugh Sutherland, Avho is said to bo the  manager of Mackenzie & Mann's mining  interests in British Columbia,. Avas in  Winnipeg last Aveek. He Avas interviewee! by the Winnipeg Free Press, and  the interview, Avhich is a column and a  half long, bears the earmarks "of having  been Avritten by the man-interviewed. It  contains several statements that are  downright falsehoods, as the following  extracts prove:  Falsehood'No. 1.  In the Nelson district the mines are  Avorking Avith about one-third their complement of men. In the Rossland and  Boundary Creek districts the same condition of things preA'ails, and in all probability the mine owners iu these districts, will, have to follow the example of  those in the Slocan . aud shut down entirely.  Falsehood No. ���2. ,  y   ..���  In the Slocan district alone, where 1500  men are employed, all the" mines have  closed doAvn for the Avinter, and business  generally, is', paralyzed.-   In  Sandon  and  ^lli^k^fjlim")^^ ili^gfiF**^^  ^ii^in*iu-fc6>eOTisi^ Wheel's; %  ...,^'A(|tff&;.,4i|>sSillti6s .."yjiayra ��� -^injmftiteedj"'  !*.y;|fti^ ���; '^oliyd:' tft&��$#;#j|^^  ../���/'l^Si^ce^^  yiy'diify^  -yiM :tilie;yp&qpfe$p; iy^sis't;-'"' -(Glleeils.)  'Tlifere  ���* wiU'b^!*^ oil the pjtrt  of' the?  3_bUSe ^ pl^eauy obstafcle m the-A^ayflf  . j^i*aii^iug'svieh. supplies and such powers  3t^t;he qrp^ toy se-  . em*^theyrivpldydiiti; effective prpseentipii  rif a AVar eoiniueiYced' to A*hyiicate pur  jp'jgli.ts:   fGh:eei;s.|   Theeanipaigu' should  . be> vig Pt-Pttsly and pl'pmptly pi?oseeute.l,  aii.d nothing necessary . for that purpose  Should be refused by the house of coin-  lhoiis. .The leader of the Opposition Avent  on to congratulate the goA'erunieut pn  .  the.i4iai.ee inaele of efjicers to Avhpni the  ���)hain=chai"ge^  given. . Never, he believed, hat! so  capable- and experienced a staff been  dispatched fi-oiu the shores of England.  "Our natural position in South Africa,"  lie eleclarecl, "lifts placed upon us our  duty of seeing any iinpecliment to our  supremacy removed. On that avc are all  agreed, I liave no intention of entering  upon a minute or detailed eiiiticisiu of  the steps taken by the government. The  tithe for thai has not yet come, anel it is  proper to Avait for furtlier explanations,  But I may say, it does appear to me that  the government are engaged in a gai-Ue-o-f  bluff, (Opposition cheers and ministerialists dries of "No! uo!") which is not  worthy for a great country like this. The  rising of the suzerainty question Avas  Utterly unnecessary and will elo more  than anything else to remove all chance  of. success from the negotiations." (Opposition cheers).  ; 31i". Balfour, who was called witli loud  cheers;' expressed satisfaction Avith the  declaration of sir Henry Gampbell-Bau-  . nerman, with much of wliich, he saiel, he  Avas himself ia hearty agreement.  . Hoggish. Alien Railway Contractors.  Creston, October 17.���There is great  indignation here oA'er the action of tlie  Nelson &, Bedlington Railway Company  in attempting to build its line from  Ryckert's to this point with a dinner pail  brigade of alien, laborers, Avho are run  across the international boundary line  every inormug and returned back tp  lelaho every evening. So strongly do the  residents e>f this section feel upon the  matter, that they -will make representations to Ottawa, and asked that steps be  taken at once by the federal authorities  to put the Alien Labor Act into operation. In view,of the fact that the  "'."'offending..'company eloes not .contemplate-*:  iivowners-tof^bltes Slocan" luiive *offegeel;them;i  They fj-^f ls;tl|e;-ffi^  ���foXbehelit. -b;|^-lliis^ilit,^' hay^--.--l��j%||flie;.'  .: ^S^Sjey^ii''ej^  ��� a_i^- gov:eM-iieJQt��"cojildj siich  ^'bfliv .v;y--;^"..v-::y-;"-':m/::V- X\:_-:^ '.^'-:'y  . Men; ^EIave(;AUy^^eyBac'kL i& .WptJs.-' "'  ists' strike> On^ theyCiiiiae!ia,ti PacillcJ :railk  Avay is-;' of"^ alod.-"ftll the maChitTis'ts, ifftters,  boiler-'i'iiali'ei?. ivud*; Hacksihiths oii th��  line;'|iH>m:-lJp:rt-^iniain to Ihe ceJastfwtil  return tp 'yy.byk ait piice. The generai  Cdinmittee met this inorning, when tlie  sub-committee had an ihteiwiew with:  manager Whyte, antl; reported tliat the  mauag'ement of tlie mechanical eiep^rtr  meht had asked for an intervleAV* 'Witii  the generail committee anel On these  gi'Ouiids tlie committee itntvnimonsly der  jeid.ed_to_dec;lare the^strike oft' T.ha.-ge'nL  eral committee��� ��� browg*!!!} the matter ��ber  fore a meeting of the strikers Avhen they  A\rei*e appriseel df the company's move  and that the strike Avas off. The announcement Avas received with great ap1-  plause. �� .    Police Court Reports Cause Troii*ble.  Tub Triijunis often refrains from publishing the names of people avIio appear  iu the police court,, and from this time qu  will not pubtisli names in- such cases, unless the ca.se is one of more than ordinary  impot'taiice. The following c.<Sm-m���_tca-  tioii exphiins itself: ;  "S^Kr.SON, October JTtli, 18!)!). .  'l*ol,lioK(Jitoi-of'IMie Triliiinij; ' "���       r  I will cstfuin It it fn.vw-'if you will kindly sUito in l;o-  iiiorrow's issue of TrtK Titln'i.'SR Mint, I urn dot, the VA-  ward Mi'Ipgod ifefoprod to in tlie report Of Uio police .courL  t.n'iil. TJio siiinli.uril.y of tlio unities litwoituSccl 1110 lAtich-  nniileiMuit'DOM.-!;   'riutiikini? vouitiniltlcjination.  KOWAIUIKacLKOJ). Night Clerk C.1**.K.  Trottings of a Tenderfoot.  Olive Phillip3-Wolley, author of the  spleudiel ballad of jSuglauers sea-power,  "The Sea Queen Wakes," Avhicli has been  so highly eulogizeel by the London Spectator, passed through OttaAva last Aveek  on liis Avay to his home in Victoria.  Captain Wolley has been in England,  Avhere he has maele arrangements for the  publication of tAvo additional volumes of  adventure, Avhich. will, it is said, rival in  interest the "Trottings of a Tenderfoot,"  by the same author.  A Bunch of Boys.  Born, on Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs.  Hutton, corner of Houston and Ware!  streets, a son.  Born, on Monday, to Mr. anel Mrs;.  Darts, corner of Cedar and Observatory  streets, a sou.':'V.':.-,; '"���   ������ ' \  Born, oii Monday;, to Mr. . and Mrs*.  George W.y Clarke,y corner; of Hendryx  and^ictpria^strecvtSj'it'sph,:,;':;^ -y'y;;  *None Were "Working Last Year.  Ernest Mansfield returned yesterday  from Slocan City, having bondeel the  Tony and Glacier claims from Messrs.  Bradshaw and Clough for $1000. These  claims adjoin the Tread well fine! Jeiker,  anel Avork is to be connneuceel on them, as  Avell as on the John A. claim, at once. He  also bondeel the Black Hussar anel Daisy  group of claims from Messrs. Graham and  liae for $7000, anel Avork -will, in all probability, be started Avithin the next few  Aveeks, anel continued through the winter.  These latter are silver-leiul properties,  situateel on Ten-miie creek, nejir the AArell-  kuoAvn Enterprise mine, and a fine showing is to be seen on them. Options on  several Lemon creek golel properties were  taken during his visit. He reports things  to be better in Slocan ��� City at present  than they have been for the  last tAvo years. McMillan & Allen  are busily engaged packing . up  supplies to Camp Mansfield, anel will  be continuously ou tlieir trips for thie  next fortnight. Tenelers are called for iii  Slocan City for the erection of "'buildings  on the Chapleau claim, and it is stated  that J. M. Williams is returning to Slocan  City, anel in tenets erecting machinery to  treat the product from this property. A  strong company is Avorking the Kilo  claim, Avhere also, it is reported, machinery is to be placed to treat the ore from  that mine.  Percy Dickenson last Monday took up  the bond on the Violet claim, adjoining  the Kilo, and AArork is to go on at once.  This same gentleman is calling fpr bids  to make a trail into the Smuggler group  of claims, at which there is a large force  of men alreaely at Avork.  Speaking in "a general way of the situation in the section. of the Slocan in  Avhich he is* operating,'Mr. Mansfield said  that fully one hundred men are hpAV at  Avork in a section in Avhich there was not  one man at work this time last year. ,Mr.  Mansfield .leaves tomorrow for Kaslo,  where he .will make arrangements for  further supplies to be packedy"up" to "his  A SESSION OF THE ASSIZE COURT  .'ih'tei'ests  -**''��?->:&..''*&  ���;v��^  X��J??Jm?��-  ?: /:,.^M^_o;c#s^c��p_iafeG^  atid^a'flhe'AvJidle^l^-'blre^^  skippers; and the creAVS;y. pf; <m>e].^'acjngs-j  ������yAQh^.;Avlieiii--|^ey^  ^ii^;" ��� ^t^lK^^h^h Jt^f0��  :'n^l AA-M.'gi^eh,:"the.;:y  vjerihg; yffjr :p^it^i^"W^.i|-:.'j^%y,|M  ;bpiits.?aiidyre^enit^.',w  AVli^^exeiiJ^ipii;'^"^^; 'aftcL'v-"^^!^'' ;J%e"re  ���lv'Me-'.vAMty.%'p!'H-.. ^thfey s&rtini*'':;:i'hte. .^-A-i)  tlie warning Signal, iiiveh i# 10:58 the  ybi'eezey hadi lucrejised perceS��ibly^ =and  : prPiiiised a^ gppd stal^ihya: few* 41. iiiutes.  The��skipi3er of ea.ch: y*acht .saw tp it  [ that tlie inaih spats wei-e kept: AVell- af t so  they could t|uieKly   jib  Pi-  taejk their  boats.     Sliaiht'pek' hail the better of the  Start ahel Gbluinbiji avjis plaoexl in the  positioh tliat few yachts Avould be able  to   extricate   themselves   from  Avithout  either   keeping   broad, off  or   fo.uli'}j;gi'  Official .time of the start AyjiS^^hamrqek  TlT^OOTlsr^SltnTibla- Il,l)A7ri^r'TTlie^Jicr  that Shamrpck Carried no baby jib topsail AAras exce'lient evidence that her Captain was .afraid, tliat .if she set it, itAVPulel  pull   her   head   off,   so   it   Avas   kept  wliil-e Cblninbia'Sj setting perfectly on its  stay, must hime helped that yacht instead of retarding her in .the work.   Fifteen minutes after the stai'., Cplumbia's  position was fully 200 yards liead to wind-  warel of Shamrock, the latter beiiig at that  time slightly forward of the Columbia's  lee beam.   Captain Barr '-evidently meant  to continue on the port tack to Liverpool, if necessary, until the Shamrock  dame about.   That never happened, however, fbr  tlie  breeze  freshened and the  yachts began to put their lee rails elowu  hareleiv   It'seemed,  looking  at   Shi. to*  rock's topmast from astern, as if it Avere  sprung.    At   11:24,  With   a   .crash   that  could be heard far off to leeAvarel, Shamrock's topmast broke at a point close to  the cap, anel the great club topsail -with  the long sp*ars Avent flying eloAvn  to lee-  AArard bf the mainsail.   Captain Hogarth's  men put Shamrock back to Avindward,  and finding that uo one Avas hurt, jibbed  her, anel all hands  began clearing  a\vay  the a. reckage.   That endeel the race so  far as the Shamrock AA'as concerneel.   The  Columbia continued over the epurse.    It  had  been  specially agreed a few  days  previous to the date set for the fltei.t race  that, in the event of an accieieiit, the uninjured vessel Avas to continue over the  course.  "  Creedon Knocks Out Beidy.  New Yobic, October 17.���At the Broadway Athletic Club this morning Dan  Creedon, of Australia, knockeel out Pat  Reidy, of Washington, in the eighth  round of what"Aviis to haA'e been a twenty-  five round bout at 158 pounds. Ileidy  inaele .a fiiii'iyVci'editable showing- :>   -?4.:,  Several True Bills Returned.  The court of assi/.e openeel in Nelson  yesterday, anel judging by the progress  inaele so far the criminal business Avill  probably bo concludeel today. Mr.  justice Martin is presiding, and with him  on the bench during tho forenoon session  of the court Avas chief justice Tuck of  New Brunswick, Avhom the presieling  judge referreel to in the most complimentary terms Avhile addressing the  grand jurors. The crown at this assi/.e  is being represented by deputy attorney-  general Maclean, assisted by W. A. Galliher. Another pleasant innovation avus  the appearance of sheriff Tuck hrregula-  tiou court elress, anel the smoothness  Avhich niarkeei that portion of the court's  proceedings Avhich came under his personal attention. 0  -������ The grand jury was epmposed of the  following: II. S. Kinghorn, George  Kydd, Frank Fletcher, J. J. Campbell,  J. Roelerick Robertson,. J. L. Stocks,  Thomas G. Procter, James M. Lay, Hamilton Byers, Percy Crieldle, Peter Lamont  and C. Halifax Hall. They, passeel upon  all of the inelictments Avhich AA'ere submitted to them, and after handing in  their presentment, will probably be free  during the remainder of the assize. They  found "upon the several indictments as  follows:         ���   - '.'  Regiua vs. Preston���Attempt to commit murder and AA'ouudiug.Avith intent to  elo grevious bodily harm���true bill.   .  Regina vs. Flanigah���Two indictments  for jissault-i-rrue bills.  Regina vs. Turubull���Theft from the  persoii-T-ti*ue bill.   . .  ���**'-'  Regina vs. Maslonka���Shooting Avith  intent.and assault Avith intent to do bodily harm���true-bills.   .  Regina vs. Sutherlauel���Theft���no bill.  The case of Regina vs. Lou Preston was  first taken up, the folloAving jurors being  selected:' Thomas' J. Sims, Christopher  Morrison, Melville ''S. Parry, Arthur E.  Eskrigge, Samuel M. Brydges, Duncan  McArthur, Reginald. J. Steele, Charles F.  F;Fi;eeman-Lake, WiIliam Jry.i n��j��L. "Nx^v^  ^vft^iiiai-^pili.iiw^  M'o'oreV^TheiWs^e're^tAyb'.'i^  |i|fe||rlMe#i^*^rs  ���secondf of *^vpuudurg^^  ydosbodiSy=;l)ai*ms^^  yerbAvn ^yasj.c.oy-'tpte  Mhfei^i'i*^^  wpuldiipiFei' ilby e^  r^i^rii)[^g��iierai;;yn^v'his��: ;').adi;;essy ipQr ymec  |^gS;^rt*h^b'j|b^^  :|Fi>updyj*i^^  ';,b%felbm%liii5g;lo"v3r^ '^li$:_g*:. 1 o fi rs'j '��� -whiffy  . they.y yretu^^^  '���uhl^Aiffillyylvpmiipliiigj -l?ut; ^owplei^/l^ri^i"  '.'itJa.-st|eAi-g rece^nmeMpiipl|ytP-:iM|i^^       ���  ���:^;'��Ke.^^e^.p't:'\,Kefi|iJ_j ���fsv'.'.Mi^piifeay *Ayas-'  Mi(3n.;ta]jen *up; antl -was .stjji prpceedhig  Avhesij;:, ��'ja|".".��� :cpu-i';t:' i*Me.:,:' ���: *l%e*'jfpJI5ftAvlng���;  "ju'r&i:;Wei*e: :cl'ipsea':V;i|psepli'��H. .'^nsfcOup,.'  J. .Byenry irKckei'Spny W... P. J5iCksPU,; &. K,.,  ������S^r^|iaii>..Qli'aiti'e'*ji A. 'Watejpniaiu, A. li.  Kellyj-F..'L. OSlei',, Arigis-G, Sh;aw*:Geoi'ge  Dbylfe-'atfct-'MaiJk.M-C- GrosskilJ.  When the case of J&egina vs. Fijinhigan  was called the prisoner had failed in his  efforts to secm-e cbuuseh- Deputy-attor-  ney-general Maclean aniiPiiuCed that the  goveriiment^wofdd^payforthe'sei'vices'oiF  any lawyer wliom tlie court should appoint, but Pile after another nil the Uvw-  yei's Avho AVere asked to " conduct the  prisoner's defence replied that it would,  be impossible for them- tp inidertake it.  The case therefore Avent over for the day.  When tlie case of Regina vs. Tiirnbivll  Avas called the prisoner was not in attendance. This case came -from Gran*  bi'Sok, the pvisouer being chargeel with  theft from the i)erson. Deputy attorney  Maclean askeel tliat tlie prisoner's bail be  estreated. This -motion Avill be disposed  of this morning.  the B. A. C. machinery shops, stores anel  ofiice payment was $5500, making a total  for the B. A. C. of $5.3,500. The Mascot  payroll avjis close to $2000, anel the California $100. The Evening Star anel the  Heather Bell have both elropped out of  the list, but the fornier is expeeteel to  resume A\rork again shortly. The I. X. L.  has increased its payroll considerably,  and this month it will be close to $2500,  as stated by Mr. Baker last Aveek. The  Iron Mask, Sunset No. 2, Virginia, White  Bear, Deer Park, Gertrude and Coxey all  remain about the same as the previous  mouth. Generally spoiiking, the totaT  paid out remains about the same, there  being no appreciable elifference this  month. SeAreral of the larger properties  Avould employ more men if they eoulel be  obtaineel. It is stated that there is room  in the camp for a good many more good  mining men.  GOOD REPORTS  CONTINUE TO  - Come From the Slocan.  ,-'New ' Denver, October 17.���The Blum-  enauer synelicate, operating the Jeanette  .group,'"oii Wilson creek, are meeting AA'ith  great success in the elevejopment of that  property. Six distinct ore chutes are exposed on the surface, carrying miueral of  high shipping values. The main crosscut  uoav being run has cut three of these, the  third beiug encountered a day or so ago.  The ore is-heavily chargeel Avith grey  copper anel runs high in silver. By the  time the whole six chutes are cut, there  Avill be an abundance of stoping territory  to Avork on, the ore running from four to  ten inches in width. There is a large  force of men* employed for the winter.  At the end of the mouth the first payment on the Hartney group-bond- is due.  It amounts to $(53,000 and will be.niet on  time. The Bluemenauer syndicate, who  hold the * bond, are exceedingly Avell  pleased Avith the property. They will  work a strong force all winter.  There  are  very  feAv, if any idle men,  round   the   lake. - Slociiu   City reports  better times  than  for tAvo  years-past.  Onfepf^; ��tliey,^  ":gbod%b;iisiJlfssS^  Not Many Men Will Go.  Sjtuciul to'i'lm Triiniiio.  VlCTO'lUAj October 17. ��� Inhere are  thirty-six Victoria volunteers for service in South Africa, including on_ sharpshooter. Vancouver reports forty and  Westininster twenty-three volnnteers.  Lieutenant Tom Fob-ley of this city,  .stands an excellent'chance of it commission in the Avestern -company. The number of men tp'be*taken from British Columbia has uot'yet been announced, but  the probability is tliat one company of  125 will be draAVh from Manitobii. and  British Columbia.  Pay Day at Eossland.  Rossland Miner.  Pay diiy (the 15th) fell on Sunday this  month. The War Eagle, Centre Star and  some other mines paid their employees on  Saturday, Jind yesterday tlie balance of  the men employed in the properties Avhich  surrounel the camp got their wages. The  total amount paiel out is about the same  as hist month. The War Eagle paid out  some $27,000 and the Centre Star nearly  $12,000. The Le Roi list footed up $30,-  000, East Le Roi $5000, West Le Roi  $7000, Columbia & Kootenay $(5000, anel  ;.iMsi.^'^��R*t^^ '������  ^yii-tinl^  .^j*.a!:a;i^  ^i*'-/e&;|*3f::" ' '"���1  ''��� -:-i?pcKs'!e^e^ ..gn  3*]j^e':Snt^mj^ri^n't;f^  ;Ches^f:eiean^%e^  ,.;M_��%it_|S'��I^"iIal^B^  ;buil-t: '-aii!p*";'tim'f spre^^*%::will^,*Ayprl^l*|  -^l;^^g.'the^Ay^nter.'i������. -y,y: ;���;":?���: ^������yy-.y "=>���;:���" -������ ���  . '^Thirfehi^  'b|e:tv:'^i*^-:$iie:':"m ;  tiijisiyiifimber -'w4ji-be'.-^.ea:m"y: iuereaseelv  :3j^^^sHipihetife;-w^  ^bf:,'yie��Stipw*;;; y .y. .y. .a -.-.--���,. :"  '. A ptyge. #ujiiutity ��� bS" ���supjji|es; :|pi- .:tlie  ya,i'io*iiii ciimij�� &0i:i0ti^ at,,'\$he bead, pf  _?e'hrm|le~ creek iiavil beeii liipiidedp at Mix-  terpnis^i iix6 tbWiisiite at tlm;" mouth* of  thiit streaplii;.  Cpal  for 'domestic purposes is being  handied -here for the first time:  The   Boman    Catholic   denoiiiiiiati.ou  h.*vA''e=i;en tcd=R^B^Keri''s=br ick^Store-on=  Bellevue avenue for chui'cii purposes, and  Will lipid regular Services,  BOERS CHECKED AT MAFEKINC  Several Eeuorted Killed.  London,  October   17.���A   special dispatch from Pretoria, dated October 14th,  via Delagoa Bay, says:   A cyclist dispatch Avas received here from Otto Slioop,  near Mali,  at  six o'clock this  evening,  asserting that heavy firing had been in  progress all day north of Mafeking.    The  British troops Avere on board an armoreel  train, acting as a covering force  to  the  military engineers engaged in repairing  the track.    A Maxim on  the train kept  up a continuous fire. Conspicuous bravery  Avas  displayeel  pn   both    sides,   but    it  soon  became   apparent   that   the  rifles  of     the     burghers     Avere     ineffective  against    an     armoreel    train.       Later,  hoAvever,     the    train    aviis    forced   to  retreat before n  particularly strong jis-  sanlt, but it soon returneel  accompanieel  by a British mounted contingent, and the  fighting Avas'renewed fiercely.     Fighting  still  continues, the Boers  holding  their  positions   Avell.     A   dozen   Boers  Avere*  killed but the  British  casualties caunot  bo ascertained.     Heavy   firing   can   be  heard south'of  Mafeking, Avhere general  Cronje's command is operating'.  A corps of experienced contineiital en-  gineers has left Pretoria for the borders  accompanied by a command of pickeel  Boer shots. It is probably intended for  large dynamiting operations. A big engagement is expected shortly in the vicinity of Ladysmith.  Capetoavn, October 17.��� A special eles-  - patch from Mafeking- says that- Jill  Avas  intact there up  to Saturday  night.    At :,  that time the Boers' artillery Avas  being .  brought up, but it  had  not been placed  in position.    Accoreling to these advices  the British haA'e bloAvn up the Capetown  railway bridge  over the Orange  riA'er,  Avith  a  view  of checking  the Boer adt  vance soutliAA'ard.    From Colesburg come    ;  I_ersistent reiterations of tlie report that :  the Boers have attacked Mafeking, being  thrice repulsed Avith heavy losses.   From  other  towns  on  the  boreler  similar re-_  ports.are received.   ' '��� .^ -"'������'���''?'  Colesburg, Cape Colony, October 16.^- ' y  Pa'sseugers arriving from Johannesburg  are forced  to leave the  train  north-of y  Norvals   point,  and  to .take   a   detour  through the veldt.' under  escort, joining ;y  the train further south.    This  is under-:-y  stoeid to be due. to the fact that the Boers %  have undermined the line. :y'S>  Capetown; Tlie fight with the armPred    :;<  train at Kiniberly, in' which  the Beersy^ !��  :-Tfte)��e"it^4  j'-..-;,. :.-..".-:��� J;;'f---.^-.--"-,M'1��-*'i-1'-Y'J"~-''*J"'---i;r'^��-"'"-^  ^e^ii^S'e^li"��].!��"!^  l)r0]j6ijt.e4*Vu-J.^  :i^'r^-fe^I.^r_e-\��i^_;S  ,-i>tantiyyset*tp4.vi?rk:l.aiid'd-iel!;.g-i^^^^  tion, ampng*tbe:��burgliers:��i:TheiJtrjnoredaifc'#E  ^Kvm?retnriijid^-tp ���^iml"*er|g'-*^U;iili'a^^ "^^Sr _  tliivteeii; ''"'���_he*'llsY^b!ut' ���'''%Hejtils,'n'.iiii'S"il"'i;?w1pis  'wre'tch-edj .'��� an^piiijfe;.^-" suig/ie^shQ jiys^r neik-i:^^  vthe;-tra!in, ^li:|c^;y^ia;ii^  .and'^p^He#fl;t*|"^  'bui'ghers irejpUed'-"^^i3ir-;jm?^^^M  agiiiii :shpaifn.i��y .������AvMl��yp:'i)^^  four: b-rtljct'3=.-stri%|p';;"��"-e^ytra;ib^  : tj ji.en,tiy thev'^rew--l:C^^  ' aiid  twp' "Bpeifclteirees: :A\':e'i.'p^ilifid^^II|,e:^  sevei'iU, Bipei'S &nc! lijoji^s; ^yeii��3 AVbuhclplvl41  Not a-,)n:fi:inbei^bf/tEe';'Bfciijis|i.fe  much as tpuched'.* ; ;'    '    "J'^v-:^_!  Girciilatins; Maliciously False Statefiients.  There are not wanting those now in  the Slocan avIio are seeking to' do the  nienibers of the niiners' union great iii-  j tistice anel Wrong by declaring that tlie  union will; Use ant! ivre using the boycott  against legitimate bn.si.tie&s. So much, so  is, this being advanced, that it. lias(become a bugbear hx Certain sections aiid is  giving neetlless alarm. At the same time  it is asserted tliat tlie men are runjniiig  up store bills AVhleh will remain unpaid  Avljen pijc>sperity again holds full sway in  the camp. This is .a sample of the (laily  rot ami stuff one is forced to heixi* by  tliose Avho are anything but favorable to  the operations of labor unions, Nothing  has yet been; said av done by the union  members to warrant such maliciously  false statements, as the inembers are conducting themselves in a most meritorious  manner. Tliat the men will rouiem-ber  their friends in the hour-of victory is  natural, but tluit they will resort to revengeful tactics to de-monstrate their  pOAVer on their known opponents is beneath .. eonsieleration by sensible anel intelligent persons. Certain menials and  hangers-on of the -employers of labor are  making theniselA'es al together too prominent and forward at the present time,  causing friction where there is no need ;  though, be it said in justice to the employers themselves, they (the latter) are  refraining from overt acts of aggression  to the laboring portion of the community. "It's, an evil bird that fouls its  own nest," aiid it is a .mighty poor .specimen of humanity that will belittle the  country he is living in; and attempt to  besmirch the Chamcter of a fellpw-  cititfen.:" :y:-;-'; -;;':/:���'V  fc;  LoNnoN, October J7,���'Whe 'S'tm&$v&$:-  Dimdee cpri'psp0jident telegrttphiiig M'ofi*  day night sitys; Tlie Bpers-have brought  artillery   fi'pm IsTeAvcJistle jjnd are di'S'  troying the rjtilway nt Iligagiiiie in pider  to pf eVeiit the approach pf pur a^lUored  trains.  liONDDX* October IS.���The umr-iT'itu/f'  Port's LadySJUith cdrijespondejit tei'e-  graphs that the BasiiStos have risea  jvgainsfc tlie Orange Fret! State.  Cai'ETOwn, October J 7.���-It is said tliat  the B'oei's have esut off Iviwberly's u-atev  su))])!y, but the Debeer. ehun, coiitaiiis  enough foi' a coiisiderable period.  Centre Star Stock Offered.  Toronto, October 17.--Messrs. Gopder-  hivm and Blaqksto&k have issueel a circular ofTei'ing 1,320,000 shares: of Centre  Star stock at .$1.50 per share. The War '  Eagle stockholders JU-e to have the first  opportunity of subscribing, anel are given  until noon on Octt)ber,2lsc to-apply. The  terms of payment will be as follows:  T^v���entJrdive t*euts per share to accem-  pany application, 25 cents to be paid on  iillottmetit, 25 cents on NoA'ember 15th,  25 cents em December 15tli, antl the balance on January loth. They are free to  apply for Avhatever number of shares  they -wish, Avithout reference to the  amount of stock they hold in the War  Eagle. It is uudei-stooel that such stock  as may not be subscribed for by the War  Eagle   shareholders   has   alreaely   been  placed.   ��� The Metal Market.  Nlow York, October   17.���Bar silver.'..  57|c. Mexican dollars He.    Silver certificates 58^@50e.      Copper, dull; broker's'  $18, exchange $18.50, Lead,dull; broker's  $4.40; exchange $4.57|@$4.��24. 2^i&=i!^*ftt&Z"^:z&Bittig&iss  \t  I  i  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON,  B.C.,  WEJ.ESDAY, OCTOBER  17,  1899.  (Jr^at I^moual ^al^  ^  A splendid opportunity to get new and fashionable %  Dry Goods at S  Slaughter Prices  s  One hundred and fifty Ladies' Suits and Mantles to jjj��  be sold at a sacrifice. ^  m  Vk  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  BANK OF  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  TEIRD-vIS   C__-S*H:  _^  OVERCOATS  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.  J. F. WEIR  MEN'S OUTFITTER  S*gn of the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  Wholesale  Houses  nelson  . B. C.  CRATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  TirOIJPI &GO J/nmi D-Coinci Vcmon mdCedai  streets Nelson in miifactuicis of ind wholesale  dcileis iti (Li ilctl w itcis and flint sj I lips bole igcnts  for Halcyon Spring's mineral water  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  WI llllZJIi pt CO -Coinci Ji iker and To-c  ��� phi no streets \cI*on wholesale dcalcis in is  sajeis supplies Agents foi Dcmci lnc CI i) Co of  Denver, Colomdo.  KOOJ rVA"Y  nci Biker and JIill streets  of-"Royal Seal'  CIGARS.  CIGAR MAN bl Ad URING CO -Goi  Nolson, manufacturers  md   Jvootcn ij JJcllc   1)1 mils of cigais  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HT JA.VNS &, e O���lJakei street Nelson wholesale  ��� dcileis in liquois cigns eciiicnt the buck md  fne el ij v, itei pipe mil sleel i ul5 unci tenci il com  mission mci chants   FLOUR AND FEED.  BR \CKM \N &. JO It "Mil LING COMPANY LJ J3 ���  1 unit slice!/ J\eNrj] w holes lie de ilei i in lloui oatr  me il ete mil Ii i\ uul p 1111 JMiIls at rdinonton Vie  ton i and New AVestininutei  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD &. CO-Coinei Vtnion and lose  ��� phine stieets wholesale guccis and jobbers in  blankets glo\c-> mitts boots mbbeis mackmaws md  Illinois Hundiie-3   KOOJ I "VAY    .UPPI/Y     (OMPAN.       LIMIfFD-  \ernon stioet, Nelson wholes ilcgioccis  TOIl'V   GHOLDIUH  "    w 1ioI.cs.i1l groeci s  &  GO~-liont btrcet, Nelson,  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PUURiAS &,  CO��� JUkei stieet   Nolhon, wholesale  ��   dealci s in fresh md enred mc ttB    Cold stoiagt  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HTi\ I RS& CO ���Gomel Bikci md Toscplunc Miccts  ���   Nelson  wlioli sale dealeis m hudw uc and mining  HiippliCH     \ gents foi bi nit Powclci Co   LAWKEVCL HARDW Altl" COMPANY���Biku  SI  Nelson, wholcsile de ilcis in h udw ue and mining  supplies   ind mln md plumbeis supplies     _   _       VANCOUVER HAKD-tf AUJ  ���liikei stieet Nclf-on   wholesale dealois in haul  -w ire and mining Mipphes, plumbeis  pllt-b       _  C OMPANY LIMU I D  s in haul  uid tmsmithb sup  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpUUNJ H Bl J ION &. CO-Coinei Veition andjosc  ���"��� phine stieeth Ncl on wholesale clciltis in li'iuois  cigusai il illi (,Oods AgLiits foi JJabst Uicwing Go ot  Milwaukee  mil C llgan llicv ing e o of Cilgmj  _  oppoi fcumty to i .publish false statements  made by such men as Mackintosh anel  Sutherland in interviews with eastern  Canadian newspapers. It is true that its  cu dilation is confined to Spokane, and  the haim it does this piovince is limited  Spokane lias, gained a new lease of life,  and . consequent prosperity,, from the  mines of Bntish Columbia, and its people, tluough then newspapeis, should be  willing to speak fair for, lathei than  blacken, the loputattou of the people of  Kootenay and Yale.  Tin"* Mmei made inucli of a lettei  signed by It, B. Thompson, m "which it  was stated that no men weie woikmg on  the Bosun, a mine situate neat New Denvei Mr. Sandifoid, who employs Mi'.  Thompson as an office boy, might infoim  the Miner ovei his own signatutc how  nidny men he employs on the claims in  the Bosun gioup. Mr Sanelifoiel is between the devil and the deep sea. He  -wants to woik the Bosun anel pay its  shaieholeleis divielends, but ho is afiaicl  to bi eak away fi om the mine manage! s'  combine.  Once a man gets employment fiom the  government, no matte*- in what capacity,  he imagines? hiuifeelf above the people  whom he seivcs This holds as good foi  the man vt ho sweeps out a com t-house as  foi the man who presides in the couit-  loom Judges aie but moital, and some  of them mighty pooi moi tals at that But  it is nob with "judges that we will deal  It is with men who pestei the govcin-  ment fen suboidiuate positions, and once_  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMJI ION POWDJ-It GOMPAN.���Biker "lioU  Nelson in umf iclmeis of dj lanute spoiling  wtiunf inj' and bl iek bi isling powdeis wl olesile deileib  jn enps and fuse and electric bl iiUligappaiaUm   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  pAJtSONs, IHOIUjCI COMPAN\- Vcinon street  A Nelhon ^holrsile ilenlei s in pio\ isions ]iiodiieo  and  fiiiilh    Agents foi Swift Jc Co bar on and hams  i   CHI1 I IN  &. ( 0    ( oinei \ cuioi) and Josejiliine  stieet*-    NeKon    vlmh.-ill denleis  in   pro-visions  rnrcd me its bullei and i yvj   1> SII WARP & (O--WiiicI)Oiisls on C P H  (inck font of SlJiulc \ ��lml Nclsiin wholisalp  de ilein in piovisiuiih piodin e nnd fi nils ( uld Moni(,c  Agents Aunoui &. Co.h bacon bams I ud nnd other pio  ductH   SASH AND DOORS."      ~~  iiiMin n-  NeNon   inanufiir  tmeiHof and \UwIcs.il(   dialcis in sash   md doois   all  kinilbof facto)-\ woik madi tooldei  J.  F.  NJ ISDN SAW   \\l�� !'I \NIV. "MIIXS  ( oiiii i   1 iont  and  Mull sheets  tliey obtain the positions they seek, they  begin ciying eithci foi au inciease of  salaiy, or foi someone to help f hem to elo  then woik The com t-house at _srelson  should hii.c a janitoi, and it is safe to  say that the -woik icenuied could be done  in two oi thiee hoius a day. Yet, weie  the government to oilei the same iate as  ispaitlfoi similai woik by pnwitc individuals tliey would be unable to get  the woik done.  WINES AND CIGARS.  OAMK'KNIA WIN]  per I ion! md Mull sliei I*.  in  which (ease  Ciglllh  and  ( OMPAN\    I IMllI I) ���eoi  Nelson uliolcsalcdcalcis  bulk) and dutnCslic and  imported  ��Jxe ��rtbtttue.  D_n r Edition*   .  WURKXT EDIT10^f  Virbt Year, No 2l->  Skvknth Ykar, No. i'l  Tnv TitiiiiJNi has always contended  tliat if duly accredited tepicseutatives of  the man who own mines and of the men  Who W'ork in mines -were to hold a conference that full the 'differences that at  present exist in the SlGcan and in the  neighborhood of Nelson -.could be ael-  jtisted in forty-eight hours. But the  only way to confer is to confer. It  takes two to make a bargain.  The Spokane Chronicle is one of the  mouthpieces of the cheap-labor agitators  ���who -are for the moment managing mines  ll British Columbia.    It never misses an  Tin: Tiiiiii/M was jumped on by the  Nelson otgan of the mine nianageis bc-  cjiuse it st.itcel that the officials of tlie  Canadian .Pacific would coniei with the  machinists and fit tei s of that company,  who recently went on stiikefoi iccogni-  tion of then union and adjustment of the  'arson's  'roduce  WHOLESALE  Butter,  ��ggs'  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  scale of wages. The conference has been  held anel the men are all back at work.  The officials of the Canadian Pacific are  just tis zealous in fighting for the interests of the raihvay company as are  the mine managers in fighting for the interests of the companies that they manage, but they have the good sense to recognize the fact that the -workmen under  them have the right to organize to protect their own interests. "When the mine  managers, who are now standing out  against the mine workers, come to the  same way of thinking, the present trouble  in the Slocan will suddenly end.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Just Received ...  Christie Brown's  Celeb-rated  Water lee  Wafers  W  -��� ��>&^SS'&��Srte'&g>C^ _>&E^ S��S'C^B'fc^S^B��Kr&  %  WOOL GOODS  D IRVINE & CO.  Now on Display  \&  The Following Goods Have Just Arrived  |       Hosiery  \S) Heavy Cashmere Hose in  w Women's and Children's,  W direct importations and  ffl) special value.  iB ,   f       Infants  %)  # Wool Bootees, Gaiters,  i& Hoods, Mitts, -Coats, Jack-  % ets, Coats and Wraps.  m . ; ��� :  f Feather Ruflfe  \M) 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.  G-olf Capes  A   second   lot   of these  have just arrived. They  are   good   in   style and  quality.  Jackets       |  Ladies' Jackets in all #  the newest designs and ��  colors.    Very low in price. #  ��  Silk Waists  An endless variety at W  all prices. Everyone can, #  be pleased from our as- #  sortment. M  JriaiQS "'.J���  Beautifvl designs and #  colors all wove, and suit- ��  able for waists and skirts. '%  m  m  aim is to have the  at the Right Price.  Goods  And a Choice  Assortment of  Biscuits and Cakes  Hudson's Bay Co.  Telephone 13  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  Fred Irvine & Co.  Baker  Street,   Nelson.  i?��=a^i5aia  *via��___s��  f9^0^'^^"^^9  Ssv)S  M  $  30 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and  Ward streets  $8000  60 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets, cornor ,    25 by 120 with improvements, south side of "Vernon"  stroot   6000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon -'  street ..... 6000  2J lots -with cottage rented at $15 por month, Victoria  streot ..... 8500  2 lots with cottage Tontod at $20 per month, Stanley   '   -  street   3000  6 lots in block UD, all cleared and fenced In      ..... 2500  AGENTS FOR  d. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Big Scljooqer  Beer or Half*  and=l~lalf . ...  lO  FOR FALL PLANTING  w~_ik_:e-:D bbos.  Real Estate and General Agents, Baker St., Nelson  Prices is the  Order_ofiheDay-  A nd I "w ant to be in it I hive just received  Full samples of Suitings and Ovor-  coiitniRs representing a ��->0 000 stock to  choo-,0 fiom made to joui order at p ices  novei before heaic" of in Nelson All the Jatobt  fads in Ji tnoi V( snugs forbnil ami ���winter.  Ladies Imloriiig ill .ill its brniK lies ii^pcei illy.  Lov\es( pnees    Rooms 1 and 11, iliiljci block.  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  THE BEST U-LASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THE  Ghxb Hotel  TULIPS  NARCISSUS  EASTER LILIES  HYACINTHS .  CROCUS  Canada Drag and Book Co.,  Corner of Baker and Stanloy Streets. Nelson  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Stevens, T!]e TaSUf  Miss McDh<mott  JWlfel 'lAMftlpVI*-  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND Ol*.BACON  full stocks carried at Nelson  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  an el  MILLINERY  LVTEST NinV YORK AND PARIS PATT PRN^S QV  HATS-SJOCK NEW AND UP lODA'lE".  FANCY GOODS.  LcbSOiiR in embroidery and lace work   Stamping done.  Orders taken for cushions, Jump bhades  etc.  Two doors west Martm O Iteilloy & C o k  Novelties in Millinery  I am in ieceipt of the litest  in milluicej nnil iTillIi-  neij no\eIlies dneet fiom New 'iolK  C ill nnd in ipeot  ���   MRS. 13. iVIqLAUQHUN  Josophino Street, nenr Baker. i  MB GOODS AID HAIR OfiMENTS  Switches from $2 tip.  MKS. J. \V.E3ARNEYIias opened a Ladies Hair Drca.  1ng Pirior Jn room 1, Victoria-block, Nelson, snd is pro-  pared to (urnluh - everything in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of the scalp a specialty. .  SCHOOL TEACHER WANTED  ���For Kuskonook public school, iioldinjp- kucoikI class cer-  J.ilicati!. Salary $10 per iiiontli. Duties to commence  November 1st. ISiX).   Address,  JOHN I<\ iCl'"NNKl��V, .Secretary School Hoard.  Kuskonook, H.C., OcIoImu' I_l.li. 18!W.  ��� *  S:O0TEHAT BELLI!  OiG-Ama .  . .',. *  UNION   MADE  Tliey lave Arrived at Last  ��0,000 Bulbs From Holland,  A -choice assortment' for prcsenf, planting. JPbr tho  conveniuiice ottiliose whoeniinot ��'ii!l at the greenhouse  ,1 full supply will ha oH'limia.itt Kirkpatl'ick & Wilson's  and Fiaiik 1'ambiyii's, Baker stroet.  Nelson, British Columbia.  RREISTER1R&  BREWERS AND BOTTI/BiRS OF  ^teenhouses, E '(PtoH$, Prop*  Corner Hopvur and Ward Streets.  Bulbs  for- yFail Plgtiitiiiii^  2(^000 Holliinil Iliilbs to arrive in Soeteniber'i 6000 Japan  ljilics't6 cirri Ve in October: l600 niiododeudroiis, A'/palcas,  Magnolias, Kohcs, ct,e.. to arrive in OctoKor, Thousands  of ItoscS, Gamclias, Fruit iind Ohiiaineiitiil 1'reds, Shrubs,  etc., growing on 'fi\$ own grounds for the fall tnido.  CaUubgue free.  M. J. H-dhx*y     -     Vanco*av��i'^ B. C.  aJANUB-AOTURlffiBS OF  ���BNO-INEIS, B0lt*BiS8i SHAFTING, IRON" AND  BRASS CASTINGS OS1 a VERY DEISORIP-'ION  Repairs promptly attended to.     "P. O. Box 17"**.  "Prompt atid regular  delivery to the trade,  BLACKSMlTHrNG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flrst-class  wheelwright.  3po  tstoi  cusitom -work trim outside points.  I.ODGE  MEETIITGS.  TTNIGHTS Ol?* PYTHIAS���Nelson Lodge, No,  i:!i- Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall, coi  Baker and-Kodtenay streets, every Tuesday* eveiiiBf  25.  corner  every Tuesday* evening at  Visiting JEnighta jcordia"  ���Kootenay streets  8,0'elock.   Visiting ~ * '"  T. LILIilB. C. Cf  R.  Jally invited to attend.  G. 30Y, K. of K. & S.  Sljoft:   Halt Street, between. Baker and V&rron,' Nelson .  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M,   "Meets  ��� second- Wodnesday In 'each month.  Sojourning  brethren invited.  TSJELSON L. O. h.,Ko. 1C92, meets in I O. O. F. Hall.  ���L,_   corner Baker and Kootenay streets, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.   Visiting brethern cordially invited..  JOHN TOY,!, W. M.      F. J. BRADLEY, Rec.Sec.  ���KTELSON   JERIE,   Number '22,  Fraternal Order; of  J-11    Eagles, meets every second and fotirth Wednesday in  each month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  J. IRVING. "President.        J. R. WRAY, Secretary.  NELSON MINERS' UNION  NO.  IW. W. F. of M.���  Meets in K. P. robiiis.FratOrnity Hiill, tho-flivst and  third Saturday evenings in  each month at 8 o'clock,  Visilin*,' inuiiiborH welcome.  JAMES WILKS, Sec'y.      OIIAJ3. A. McICAY, Pros.  JYOTICE.  Noliee is hereby given that, in'thirty darn, I intend tc  !i!>]ily to llio duel* coiinnihsioiier of lands stud works,  for permission lo ciilaud enrrynwuy tiiiiboroil'tlio below  dchcrilii-d lands:  Commencing at a post about. 'Jive miles up Yiiill "creek  on 1 lie west arm ol'JCoolenay hike; Uiunco north eighty  cluiins; Ihence west (en elinins: tlienco 'north sixty  chains; (bunco west ten chains; tlience inorth -forty  cliains; tliouee west, (en chains; thenuu north fovty  chains; (bunco west Ion chains; tlience nortli forty  cliains; llioiice west ton chains; thence norlh 'forty  chains; Iheneo west ton chains; thenco north twenty  chains; thence wchl. forty chains; thenco- south twenty  chains; (hence cii>,t, (on cliains: thence soutli forty  chains; thenee' easl, ten chains; (hence south forty  cb.iins; thence cast len chains; thenco soiilll forty  chain.-*; (hence e.i.st ton chains; thence south forty  chains; (hence cist (en chains; thence south sixly  chains; thenco east len chains; thenco 'south eighty  cliains; ihence ca^t forty cliains to (lie place of commencement.     ' 'OHARLKSHILIiYICU.  Nolson. H. C. Augxst ISLIi. ISiE). ,  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in thirty days, I intend, to  apply to the-chictuomniisxioncr of lands and works for  ])ennishion lo cut and carry si way timber off the holbw  deseribyd lands:  Uoiinnuncingataposl.sibont (woand a half miles lip  from tlio mouth of a (ircck running into Crawford Kay.  on Jvuolenaj lake, and known as Gray creek, marked  north west corner; thenceeast forly chains; theiiee north  ten chains; Iheneo cast twenty cliains; thcuee north  ten chains; (hence east thirly-livo chains; thence south  two chains; thence east .seventeen chains;  thence south  sixty cliains; (hence west Jiftecil chains;   thenco north   -tcn-ohains;-flicnco-wOMt���twcnty-Jivo~chaiiis;��� thence      j  south ten chains; thence west sixteon chains;  thence  south ten cliains;   thence vest sixlccil cliains;   Ihence  norlh (enchains; thence west forty chains; thence north  forty-two chains lo (ho place of commencement.  HARRY HOUSTON.  Nelson, B. C.. Suplonibct-Ctli. ISM.   NOTICE.  Notice is liereby given tliatiii'lihirty days, I-intend HO  apply to.the chief coiuinissibner of lands anil- woi'ks^for  liei'iiiissibiito cut itlicJ. carry a, why timber dip the bolchv  dcsciiu'ed Jands:    . ���     .     . . .  . ..'  Commencing at the noi'thcast corner of II.. D; "MoU.O!'-  llud's timber claim, on Lufrahtfc crock, oii fioiith arm of  Kootenay liiiko, tlienceitiist forty- Shaiils', thencji soutli  ten cliivi-iis, theiiee cast; iiihet.)' cliilins, , theiiee liortli'ten  Chains; thenuc east, fdrty-ttve chains.theiice ���soiitli ttfly.  chains, thciivu wost live cliains; tlicn.eeyoiith'tenchains;  tiliOilcc west .seVeiiteeirclialns; theiiee soiil'li It'll chains;  theiicb west eighteen chains, tlieiiuff '.north -'tciv-ohaitts;  thence \test fuif.y ciiaiim, Iheilco soiitli ton chains, thoiico  jvest forty chains; Uiolicc south ten cluiiiis; Uidnuo west  forty-II ve elinins, thence north eighty chains to place of  coiuhieiiconleiit. G'lfiO.'GRAY.,  Nelson, JJ. C��� Septclilber 22hd, IS!)!).  ^  NOTIfJE.  Notice is hereby given that iirthirty diiys, 1 intonft tp  apply to the chief commissioner of Jitndh* aiid works, for  jierlilissioii toeiitaiidCai'i'y-a^ay tiitibor oir ���the below  described lands; .',��".,'    i'  Coiiinieiicing at a post about twoanda Half nulcsu...  Lafraiice oi'oek, ontlio south -arm of Jvootcnivy lake, commencing at tlio northwestcoriier f thence oast Jivechains;  thence north forty eluiiiw; tiienoo east twenty chitina;  thenco north ton chains; thonceenst nine chains-; fcboneb  north ten chains; thonce cast live .chains:; th'eucc nortli  ten chains; flicnCo ca&t ten chains; tlience ndith ten  chains; tlience cast ton chains; thonce,��� north ten  chains; thonce east twelve chains; thenco.north five  chains; thenco oast thirty-eight chains';; thence north  twenty chains; thenco east fourteen, chains; thenco  south twenty chains; tlience, west eighteen chains;  thence south six chains; thence.West twenty chains;  thonce .south tweiity-llvc Chains ;,tJieiice west ten chains;  tJieueo south twenty cliains; thence west twenty cliains;  tlienco south iiftcen Chains; thoiico West ten chains;  thenco soutli twenty-Jlvo cliains: 'tlienco west oiglit  chains; thence south twenty Jive 'chains; thenco west.  seventoen'chains;'thenco south 'eleven chains: tlienco  west twenty chains; tlienco north thirty-two elinins to  the place of commoncciiieut. H. I). McDERMlD.  Nelson. B.C.. August 2!)th, 1839.  NOTICE.  Notice ishorobyglventhatin.thirty days' I iflto'iid'to  apply to thc-chief commissioner of lands. and works for  permission to cut and clirry awiiy tiniber dn' the below  described lands: .-'���    .       ���������  Commencing at a post ten chains south of H. Houston's  northeast corner post, oh Gray creek, runninginto-Oniw-  ford Bay, on Kootonpiy lake, and theiiee eastfortyqhains;  thence south eighty chains; thenco west ton chains;  thenco south eighty chains; thenco -cast ten 'chains;  thenee south forty chains; thonce wost forty chains;  thouco'north fifty chains; thence-west ten chains; thdnco  north one.'hundred chains; thonce. cast-ten !cliains;  thence nortli fifty chains to tho place of. commencement.  .  TTMTIW A U SPItn'A T  Nelson, B, C��� September 9th.  THOMAS SPRQftTT  W  ll THE TRIBUNE:   KELSON"-, B.C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  18, 1899.  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000^000  6,000,000  LORD STRATIICONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND ...Vice-President  E   S. CLOUSTON. General Manager  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  NELSON  .^      BRANCHES IN       LONDON (England).   NEW YORK.   CHICAGO  and In tho 'principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cablo Transfers  GRANT COMMERCIAL AND TRAVEIXKIIS' CKKDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFT8 ISSUED    COLLECTIONS MADE; ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  A   MISTAKE   OF   THACKERAY.  Professor  Cliuinley,    now a  scientist,  formerly  a barber, has just returned to  Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, from England,  where he'Satisfied his curiosity regarding  a literary matter tliat had  long puzzled  him.    He came  to America when a little  boy,  and   learned   the    barber's   trade.-  Like John A'. Bra-hear, who was formerly  a carpenter, and is now an astronomer  and expert maker of astronomical instruments, he was ambitious.    His shop lay  iu    a district   filled  with   Italian    and  Slavonic immigrants, who, on their -arrival, brought their own and their children's  heads to barber Ohuinley-for inspection  and  correction.    Chumley cast  about for the drugs suited to cure the ills  .that a HUcted tlieir scalps, and was thereby led to the study of chemistry; and insect life.   The wonderful construction of  hair cells and an accidentally overhead  'mention ,of the phrase "capillary attraction" induced  him to devote some of his  spare  time to acqiurihg  a knowledge  of.  .physics..   The search for a cure for bald-  ��� liess, carried him on. to the study of the  ��� human -scalp,   the   construction   of the  .head and then that of the 'body, so that  .lie became, an anatomist.    He learned all  about zoology iii seeking a connection between .��� mange   oii  animals   aiid   human  .'baldness.      In iisliprt,   when .- Ghumley's  ^'gi'audfatheri^  Is now prepared -to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl^aguay, U. S., Atlin,, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yin\on, District.  whiskers are rather slow in coining. Yet  if you read Thackeray attentively you  will observe that the whiskers with  which he endows his heroes while they  are yet -children .are'invariably red or  reddish. It seems to me that-our author  is deserving of severe animadversion  for his want of tlie knowledge of the 'nature of the beard. And not only his  heroes are abnormally gifted Svitli hir-  sutene.ss; countless boys, particularly  lordlings, strut in their teens through his ���  pages, with whiskers dripping macassar  oil.  ������  MEXICO'S   GREAT   RULER.  ^. *^ecid^d 3 ^er-^t"y  sSffeilS&feii'-^  y^jl} tei-^tti rfiS: o^^liqn^  ^"^o^ji? ^--oraisV ��'; ���;���" ��� ysy:~ y'yy -i :i-;��v-y; i. ��������� ��� ����� y';.".';��-. '���'&  .������y'".��|/^-$a^^^  ���|||li|sc^  ;;;eyfttf,;;tt^  The arithmetic has so overwhelming.a  majority in its following that it would  doubtless be unwise to question it. Yet  one may sometimes be pardoned for silent  incredulity. "Subtracting} 1880 from 1899  one. gets 69; yet few persons could see  president Porfi'rio Diaz of Mexico without running^ oyer the figures again to  make sure there is no mistake. It seems  incredible tliat he should be ou the verges  of three-score and ten. Yet he was born  in 1830, appropriately enough on the eve  of the birthday of Mexican independence;  September Kith. A man of fifty-five, with  speech as compelling, capillaries as ifreei  eyes as eagle-clear as Porfirio Diaz, is to  be envied. ;  A sti'angely romantic mixture, surely,'  is the career Of this soldierly figure who  has wrought such miracles in Mexico.}  An orphan nobody in a backwoods corner  of Mexico; a callow theologue; a green  law student, earning his -way througli a1  little Mexican instituto civil; a boyj  mayor of an Indian hamlet, wheedling  his aboriginal constituents into drilling  for fun, and then drilling them for busi-|  ness enough. to capture the capi tal of the;  the state .when an usurper' held at; a:  guerrilla chief inthe wasting wars of the  Eeforma, when stolid, stubborn, sound  but tactless Juarez "was trying to put-  the church between fences and keep it  $t-he��eS?tli^'B^  sthroiigtethat: iw^^  teo&pi-'ote.'-ited-'Saga  apoletiunttpoto  the friend and patron, the great Indian  pi-esident; and for nineteen years himself  ���president, ������of--the country he first gave  fair title to call itself a republic ; a field  officer as dashing as Funston, and of as  phenomenal exploits, but in fifty battles;  a man as self-made as our -rail-splitter���  here is certainly enough -'material for a  hero.  With a good deal of the Napoleonic in  sight, there is no suspicion of the selfishness, the coldness, or that certain atrophy  ���of humanity which marked Napoleon.  Ditiz is always human, always of that untranslatable quality his people call sim-  patico, for which we have no nearer approach than winning and magnetic. A  cool egoist might have whipped the  armies of Maximilian, but he never could  have fused Mexico into the .nation it is  today, and it is doubtful if he could even  have made the same record in war. It is  always to.be remembered as a sheer  historic truth that no man ever before on  any considerable scale conquered disciplined armies with so small and so nn--  licked an array of peons. Lexington is  not parallel, nor tiny other battle wherein  the raw recruits were Americans. Diaz  won his campaigns with material at  which the most sanguine of American*  frontier campaigners would simply gasp;  And while the Mexican rural is a fighter  of serious  accountability, there  were no  FULL LINE OF  rurales till Diaz made them, out of next  to nothing. A man is judged in win* and  state-cra.f__by the"materal with which he  has to work as well as by the gi'oss result. In relatively modern history the  only parallels of Diaz's military career  are furnished by Cortez and Pizarro.  Splendid as personal heroism is, it is  also, luckily for humanity, uncommon.  It is significant here particularly, because  without it and the direct hero-worship it  aroused, Diaz very certainly could not  have done his Larger work. The man  who led so many forlorn hopes against  superior numbers, discipline and arms;  who was brevetted with so many scars;  who could not only plan a eomolicated  campaign but win it inch by inch at the  head of his tatterdemalions, wlio spiked  the enemy's battery with his own hands,  in the heat of the battle; who served his  own guns when the last gunner had  fallen or run away; who dazzled his men  and his people as well by his personal in  fighting as by the endless ingenuity and  the inspiration by which he deceived or  shattered the enemy���that sort of man,  among any men who love red blood and  a steady hand, can get listeners after the  fight when he speaks quietly to citizens,  telling them of national righteousness,  mercy and a judgment to come.  To dispose of an entire car of high-class iron arid  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.  si^y  lu'ijl.  1   Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flodring  local and coast.  E-Tewel Posts  Stair Rail  M  iShingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber:  All ALONE & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters to Mineps and ^ProspeetoFS  THE BEST BRANDS OF  r*s  ALWAYS ON HAND  ���One of the best and moist popular hotels in Nelson.  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  McArthur & Co.  &���(=>���&���(=>���&'���(=7p/==>^^-". (Z)-^^^^-  **ja:a:a;a_.  m\  SAW t PLANM MILLS, Ltd.  ��|jli_-&e^^  --^-rTTn'b-r**.*- -,(?���(.---���"Lw*fl ������*.���" -j? iW.--...o-:.n .a_--"-_-! .pLV--.--.-i?._'  Heated Vvith Hot Air iand  Jtrst-cliiss  diulug  'froptns'oforyconj'raereial.jm'on^  S2   _?"E*R   *_D__-*_T  ___e____S"��'-"'v=v��" ������-��*7-"f",.   "" '  ���'*"_,  _!Vgqp  ���������'erfvy's. ^o^Tha^^ fal-yloi^te-  ^^ov^js-fe ''^#,.'ivn,tii' iuy-Iast^isit to J$Wg*  iaiid Ji had ^al^ayg ^bySi&ved rtliaft iti; 0tt6;  yrSi^eet .$.iSs-;^tl^ : ex-.  a^gei'atidiiv    -Ir rcfiiv.��������� fcJ   .he  ���ptecOfeiOus  ii_ardsj  if I iiiay rise -the woi;d\ ol liis  heroesy.   IfyOit^vill reeolSectj the -whisk"-:  ���hv$ ofAi'tliur Pendeiicis ��Ost hiiii Jimel.  tiipe and���" expeuse^vhemhe Avas only six-  ?teeii:- "Effllip- Fierjfiiu^peht inoiiey pu Kis  ^Bfi"-ik_g;_-^Jieh lie, Wiw b��:t eighteeiiy ��thd  <31ivo RewcOnie "Vvsts praiU't of his liirsute  appeudstgiBS at an age when the aveijtge  ^tmericau"boy=looks vainly"into=hisriuirror-  - for ii sign of hairy growth On his face.  "I, will admit that in this country one  may come across .occasional youths,  whose facial :cap-i:l:lattu*e is the envy of  grown ineu less abundantly endowed,  but in all cases tliese boys are dark haired.  Itfow in all niy twenty years experience  as a barber I iiever saw whiskers, or the  sign of whiskers on liglit-haired boys six-  teeii yettrs old. As regards red-haired  ineu it has be<*n 'my-experience thttt their  CSFPQBATBOH OF THE Clfy~0F WELS0N  NOTIGE TO MtJNlGtPAl. VOTERS.  ..i1j.-?jp.*p/LU1 p.iivii J.i.pi7pppp.ippjp^_ P.JaUP'p'.Ji.ppppppp.pp.P'    "P": pppv y.���*?im^.'-.uj.:  ,.Q".,M.ystntoi:ttUwf'KK''jtv$tiix��i8' of^lo'^Rc.iU^ikJloSinrtiiisn't*  H'l'f(l"..d!irbi0f;��i'n'0ll(i^  '���������The���-ii.i'oihJ)'ci:s.-'ofitIiK^  ,'siYHi,jpa(.i,oira''fo'iytli'3iiKp  ; :fiJi',i.l[eoJlI"c'o;-.fri,"tli4;:f,iitiir^tIib 'jtHi-3iJVo|a..i^f',6Iloii;:(J'ia't0Hbltfe,  ;*iui(I.'t.li6'i)66ijli't.ii!t-lii\,fcc\v��'6'.i,oinitKifer.oapd.6'ttiillfe ���     .���." j;  ' . v- ������*" ' " ��� ���       -~'���-" "���������  ^CSHAS. A^mASmMAKf ���  ���.'..'       .Ili;=(3i.^\rjV;T!'}WJl'AN.: *    ��� ;H  :,-,- .,..-:.������:...'y,.   A. Ri^HEitWOOl).' J1  ������    "NolHoft-^feWlJirriSMHiSfli).. "'"���- '". "  We ygiM. fh��. vei*y _Jes.' TisiiMS t& iliosfe-  ���vvrisllijig, to bspi'rp-vy' inoney oh iniproved real?  0*5fcivtes        ,'"..;'    ���   ���- '. .[  The on|y <5omp'tti^ in 'fliq.pr^infc'tthat*^^  you the pi'ivilege bi paying  off your  wliole  Loan at Any Time witlioufi  .i Bosus on glvJ  ing a 60 day notice of your intention was, So;r  Rritish Coiu!ft"biaBoiTna!ioii6 Saving.* fclioan Compauyi?  Globe Savings & Loan Co;, Toronto.  \^'^^^D-:jj^^��s^iJ0i$^^$^Cy^  ".A:   >:---p.^f?p.^'*pbiiM  'iifyiiw,;'':'"3"  ���  ��� -       ������AT!:".  ���yi..'WWlS_��i  y;i3ate;&|;.th%yR^ySl^  We have a stock of orie ^ancl a half million  feet of logs at Mr 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 F6rt ISheppard Railways. In stock ^ough and  dressed lumber, shirtgieSj ^mouldings, sash; doorsi  ^^elsptiwi3.lie^nd  Factory work of all kinds done to order.  "#%!.-  iL largo L8tbck '.tit flrSt^lasa 'Aff, niatoHalydn haniji; also'  a ;fdU:U_.o of ssishV.dod^y.^  * FACTORY ���0R* %��� SFECIALW  Yard:  "Foot dl fiendryx stjreetj Nelson  TeleWone, 91  $2100 Will purchase a central lot and resirlenco.  '|;<000 will purchaso four nice lots and residence.  10*000 Pooled Fairmont 4 cents.  Blackcock (Yniir) shares 20 cents,  50O0 tlticiv at IS cents.  Cheap lots in iairviow (Hogustown) Addition,  Tho following persons are entitled: to be Dlitced OK the  Voters' Lint-for tho City of "Kelson, viz.:  Any initio Or fOiinile'jbeing a Uriti.sh milyccfc of tlio full  ngoof twenty-olio years, wlioslnill haVepaid on or before  tlio Klrat day of Xovensber next all iiiunioipiil rates,  taxes, assessment..1- lilld license fees payable by him or her  to the iimiiiciimlity. ' -' *  (a). Who is the assessed owner of lands or of miprovo-  inents, or tlio assessed occupier of lands situnito witliiii  the jimnksipality, 6r ���        " '   ,  (b) Who is ft resident of and carries on business and is  the holder of a trader's license in the uiuividpality, the  animal fee for which is not loss than live dollars. Or  (c) Wlio is a householder within the municipality.  No person shall be entitled to vote under a householder's qualification, nor shall his or her name bo included ia the Annual Voters ��� List unless he or she shall,  on or bcfoi'c the First day of December next, cnler with  the undersigned his or her name as a voter, and shall  make and personally deliver to the undersigned at the  same time a statutory declaration, the form uf wliich  may be obtained at the city offices.  Ry Order. J; it. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, 11. a, October 12th, 189!). ,   Special Notice to the People of lootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  ofthe 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. Gall and get your  eyes examined at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  ARCHITECTS.  RRIE���Architc  erdcen block, Bakor street.  BWART & CARRIE���Architeota.  Rooms 7 and 8 Ab  erdcen block. Bakor street, Nolson.. . .  ALEX STEWART  Turned & Roeckh block, Nelson, B. C.  The Nelson Eleotpie Trafflway Co,, Ltd.  > FOR  ON EASY TERMS  Largo number of choice building lots adjacent to the  line of tlieir tramway. For price and teriiis of sale apply  to the ollico of the cdhipa'ny/Miicdohald block, corner of  Josepliino and "Vcriion streets.  T. C. DUNCAN, Secretary.  Ghartes  0.  J. Christie  GENERAL  BROKER,  I3ST��3'tJ_a_ai.3S.a*E3  REAL. ESTATE AND "LOANS.  FOR SALE . '  5-Room Houae....... $1300 150-Foot Corner.-p....... .$300  4-Room House   $900      ��� :  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE-  Containing" ISO acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  Por farther  particulars apply to  FRED  J.  SQUIRE,   Nelson,  B.  C.  Lime 70 Gents per 100 pounds.  Will deliver In ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yftrd of on scows at _ovGrhraoiit wliarf.  The Wost K/Jctersay Brick & Lime Co.,  "ftnkcr Street.        T. O, PROOTOR. Manasrer  Ltd.  ��� yy '    The^jJine^fc. ho tei .;inhfiflp, interior.  . .;.,,. .,  ; porgo-iiamplo':i^iii8;yy8teamiffi olcctricJIgKb.,  '^&^$^Ot^iS^:'MiTi^'B&^'&i( STS.,; -NKIiSON-  BAEER ANB'WARD SXftBBtS, NKLSON  GREAT REDUCTION  HAHDCOtt  APHMOITE  32>*_5rJX'V-*_DS*_3_3  Special rates for carload lots for outtfido points.  Wood I Wood I Wood!  Good dry wood, ail lengths. Leave  orders at Jacob-son's feed store on  Vernon street (next door td Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.  JOHN CROFT.  ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  Tho iindersigncd has a large quantity Of fir, cedar, and  tamarac Hlabs, in 16-iMch and i-foot lengths, suitable for  Htove wood, Which wHl be sold for fl a load at the mill  yttrd' NKLSON SAW & PLANING MILLS, LiJnitcd.  .:Nelson.A-uguBtlOth, 1899... ... , ,-,::���<.-':;,  The only hotel in Nelson that has rewaihod under one  management since 18901  The bed-rodnis^are well furnished and lighted _y  electricity.  The dining-roomis nofcrSecond toanyiri Kootenay.  The Bar is always stocked by the" best domestic arid  imlJortod liquors and Cigars.  THOMAS MADDKN. PropBctOiv  Large and well lightod Heated by hot al  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bolls and light In every room  Renovated aiid refurnished throughout  B. C.  ���.-�������  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.  'THE  i^^^^glllgf^i^ ^rjopI ffer^  m  '$$$i��&i(.  ��� "'������:^:?An��''fHe-:^.iso^��'Jbls/.-,>V- tHf-Pairtfifw^^jiipa^^^lv^  fe^i=^:^.m%.:':TH,;*3...1'3!i;b;p^ ]desii^'6]ri;^fo^-re^eHc'es^  "'   ^eW"'B^j��"e#.��J;r#*^^ ������' '���-���'-  %��� mwMB$y*mmMgim%  WtittfmaH�� miB'^&MM:  Hkad Opfice at  NB'LSON, B.  0.  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Froo bus moots all trains HolmleJ-nitfa  Hourly streiBt car to station neV��I5>lURH,  Night Grill Room in connection, fer the conveniCiico of.  guosts arriving and departing by night trains.  NOTICE,  Oil and after the 1st of October 1.S0i��, the Qmnd Central  XIolcl will Ire run 8t I'iclly on the European; plan.  "\Ve have fitted up-a now dining room with a sealing  papneity for ono IlNtidred poofilo which will he run in  connection with the hotel. Cluneals twenty-live cents,  payable in the di'iting room. Will be pleased to furnish  :mcal tickets on application,  Itooms by the day, week or inontlu  Than king yon for your generous patronage in thc-past.,'  and trusting to be favored with acontinuniicc of sai'iic in  the future. *       1 remain, rcspcotfnlly yours,     -" ;  K.SLMPSOX.   -  Vienna I^cstaurunt  Baker stroet, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  RAKKRY IN CONNECTION  F-J-ILY AND PASTRY COOKING: A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NELSON, B. C.  CofFee roaBters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Oftbr freHh roasted coffee of best quality as fdlloWB:  Java and Anvbian Macha, per pound���.: 8   10,  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds..  1.00  Fine Santos, 4 pounds  1 00  Santos Rlond, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pouhds  1 00;  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds  1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors East of Oddfellows  Block,.  West  .    "v. Baker Stscet  Wholesale Marl^is at jNelson. Rossland-, Sandon and Ore  Befcpiil Mjvfkets -at NoIsod, KasjQ, SandGii, Silverton^ 3^cw 33eii-?er, Ymir, Trail, Gttwid J"0rlj$V  d.'tiscatiey G-i.'cen*wo0clj JLid^ftj. and Sirdar.  ���  ���   ffistf- "Ortf&rs Promptly fiorw&tded.  st  nay ...autcner  ALL Kl.SfDS OF  SALTED M1ATS  WHOLE9ALE'AND ltKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Balder Street, Jlelson   E_ v_  innr^  ___^__      ORDERS BY MAIL RK0EIVK CAREFUL AtJD PROMPT ATTKNTTpN.  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. RITHET & CO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for B. C.  A. B. GRAY, Agent for-Kootenay, Baker St., Nelson, Next OddEcllows Building  GROVE HOTEL BEER GARDEN  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  THE BEST BEER BREWED AT HOME OR  ON DRAUGHT OR rN BOTTLES.  ABROAD  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Havo just received ft consignment ot Harris bonso  mode tweeds from Talliot Harris, Scotland.  mm im^^ iW st. msob  -Tho an. ply Is limited, so call early and oxatolao this stock. ... ^.. r-.-p- .- p^^^^'WRg^^'S.'i^i^'i^^j^l  TIIE TRIBUNE:��� NELSON, B.C. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1899.  Tlie only house in Kootenay carrying full lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  New  Arrivals  BARBERS' REGULATION COATS  ���      ?>     '���      Very Nobby /  BARTENDERS' REGULATION VESTS  WAITERS' COATS IN SEVERAL STYLES  COOKS' CAPS, APRONS, Etc.       ,  J. A. Qilker  The  L,eading*  F"urni.sher  ESTABLISHED   IN   NELSON  1890  <^v*  ^.RIC^**-  WATCH CASE C5,  ra^^i;  Amerlcae  Watche  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  Choice Case Designs  We have some very exclusive ones in solid and  filled gold and other good selling styles in endless  variety.  Iev-.j-.:;:  DlaLinnioeds amid all  , Pred��us__ ^S_toiie4__  Just at this time we have the fullest stock of Diamond  Jewelry foi? 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  Winter Outfitting  H^i^Mf^PB'^o^S^SmtGlomag  S  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  pmi^cEiqjLi Baker Street      cioves ana Mitts.  W. P. DIOKSON  B. B. H. APPliBWHAI-TE  J. MoPHBB  Kootenay Electrie Supply and Constraetiofl Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for MinaB, Towns  Electric Fixtures, l_,mps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. o. Box 806. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  LIjKr'aiZt''!,0/,J,la"i\c 1*?<?kap -il[*u�� every kind of Kiiccinl ruling mid priiiteil  licndiiiK-S niiiiiiifcicttired HfjliI, Iicro in  :k in Nelson. .Tribune AsHociiiUou, Jjiiuitcd, Veniosi SI..  ",''" "�� "'����� * ��uukh, wtin every Kind or kdcciiiI riiliiii'  NcIhoii, by woll-iiiiid workmen, wlio Hpuiid tlieir cjirniiiKK i  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Thomas Sproat, of the Nelson Saw &  Planing Mills, is dangerously ill Avith typhoid fever.  Mine managers who imagine that they  ean successfully work union and nonunion men underground in their mines  should take a half day off and interview  some of the contractors in Nelson.  Mrs. Harvey, wife of the popular superintendent of the Poorman mine, was  made the recipient of a handsome diamond ring on Monday evening by the  miners employed at the Poorman. The  presentation was made at the Hotel  Phair.  Tho Avater-wheel which the city has  ordered to drive the big dynamo at the  electric light station is creating more or  less unpleasantness by reason of its failure to arrive. Several days ago The Tm-  ijunk announced its arrival. Yesterday  the Miner nailed "another Tribune lie,"  aud stittcd that as a matter of fact the  wheel had only turned up on Monday.  As the Avayward wheel has not even yet  aiTivcd, the Miner, man must liave mistaken a Avhii'riug nickel-in-the-slot machine for the water-wheel.  A Jap AA'as fined $2.5 yesterday by  mayor Neelands for disorderly conduct  on Baker street. He was mixed up in  the fight with a white man, for av hich  the latter was assessed $5 and costs.  There are one or two-Japs in Nelson that  would not be missed.  The Trujune- has added close on to  two hundred names to its daily and  weekly edition subscription lists in the  last mouth. These subscribers are not  in Europe or in Eastern Canada; they  are in the toAvns and camps of Kootenay  jind Yale. . . .  Rod Tolmie, who is said to have accepted the secretaryship of the Slocan  Silver-Lead Mines Association, with headquarters at Sandon, was in Nelson yesterday conferring Avith the head push of  the Nelson District Mine Owners' Association.  Dr. Symmouds, who is examining 'the  local men av ho volunteer for service in  the Transvaal as members Of the Canadian!  contingent, has so far passed  sixteen  of  BUSINESS   MENTION.  the applicants. No -word has yet been  received from Victoria as to the number  of men that Avill be accepted from  Nelson.  Hon. Sidney Fisher left Nelson last  evening on his Avay to Indian Head Avhere  he will inspect the experimental farm. In  Manitoba he will be joined by Hon. Clifford Sifton and the two will take a hand  in the prairie province campaign in the  hope of downing Hugh John Macdonald.  The steamer Slocan is once more in  commission on Slocan lake, making two  round trips a day.  HOTEL AREIVALS.  The Tribuue uoav has a fairly complete  bookljiiKlcry, Mirco additional picros of machinery liav-  ni}; been leceivcil jusluifl.i) from Jf.iirmbui^, J'cnnsvl-  \.am.i Old books and m.iga/irios iabound, and .inj Kind  of blank book iiiiinuftictuicd.  For Sale���Two good pool tables, in first-  ol.i'-s sh.iiio, for s.ilc clioap, foi uish. Addicsh "Pool  T.ib'c," JJo\ jpS.J, Itosslaiid, UX\  Porter wanted.   Apply at Phair Hotel.  "Furnished rooms to let.   Apply to Mrs.  Ij. M. Jameson, (Jiunej Block, B.ikcr^Ucct west.  Offices to^ rent���Single   or   in   suite.  I{c.id\ foi occupancy November 1st. Apjilj to John  JJouston, Tiibune OJhce.  For Rent���A stoi'e  ou Vernon street,  opiiosilo The 1'ubiiiio olUcc. .10 .1 month. Apph to K.  Kill.,  The National  Gold and Silver  Mining Company,  Limited Liability.  OPERATING   IN   THE   YMII|   DISTRICT, B. C.  ci___.3:j(vrs =  The Ajax group, situated on Tam-  arac mountain, and almost 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  Tahiarac 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 SO.OGC) pooled treasury shares  for sale at one cent until Saturday,  October 21st, 1889, the proceeds to be  Used iii completing a crosscut tunnel  now being driyerJ to cut the bridge/  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. O. Box 69, Nelson, B. C.  _ wm  FOR FINE CHOCOLATE  AND BON.BONS  .Sole afcent for Nelson for Ganoiig llros. celebrated It  H OIiuco-lalcH and Bon Uoiik. Onu' ton of the same to  ari'ive in ft few days.  OLYMPIA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  AUKIVIKO  DAILY.  Kjlticj-' Cakes-ami  Piuilry,  l.nnis,-������Poaches, Grapes,  nanaiins, Cajie Cod Cranberries, Pours and all Kruit in  season.  Corner AVard and Hakor .Sis.       I     fl ���   Mn'nnMAI fl  Mills & J.oU'h old titiiml. u"   l\t/ IBbUUWHLU,  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING RECORD,  The editor of the above journal would be (find lo have  subrnil.led l.o liim for eonsidoration whorl, stories and ; articles for publication in the special ('hiislmas number.  Accepted ai'l ides are liberally paid- for. All MSS. iniist"  bo in by tlio 1st of November by Ihe laics'. Address,  Muii'iKi'iK Kdilor, H.V. MiniiiK Jtceoiil, I'. O. Omwor,  <il.i, Vielona, H. C,  At thi.: Queens.���Mrs. 0. Miley, Walla  Walla; AI. .1. AJahoney, Kaslo; George T.  Enos, Spokane; A. C. Morrison, Cranbrook; Air.. Ttitehei. Sloctin City; Airs.  Barclay, Silverton; B. R Thatcher; It.  R Tolmie, Seattle; P. W.' Canniff, Hat  Portage, Out,; George A. Johnson, Deer  Park.  At the Hume.���Woo Chong, Forfc  Steele; II. V. Barnes, Fort Steele; Pearl  Itanson, Fort Steele ; C A. Carman, Vancouver; C. II. Briggs, Kankakee, 111.; C.  W. Busk, Kokanee Creek; D. G. Kurtz,  Kokanee Creek ; Airs. Frith, Creston ; J.  J.-AIcAIullan, Ymir; F. L. Smith, Winnipeg; W. II. Temiant, Aledicine Hat; II.  Stevenson, Ainswortli; Hugh B. Gilmour,  Vancouver; E. J. P. Smith, Toronto; A.1  Stevens Browne, Alontreal.  At thk Puaiii.���G. II. Dawson, Silver-  ton ; William Hunter, Silverton; II. J.  Bain, Sandon ; Everwys Lange and wife,  Amsterdam, Holland; 11. G. Bedlington,  Hamilton ; W. AI. Hobbert, Toronto ; A.  B. Jones, Denver; C. Dundee, Rossland ;  P. J. O'Reilly, Rossland; R. R. Crosby,  Slocan Ciby.  At thb Royau���George Huston, Ale-  Leod; B. C. Johns, Alarmora; J. C. Hal-  sey, Montreal; J. E. Alusgrave, Cranbrook ; C. J. Rose, Aloyie ; Harry Swain,  Spokane.  At the Grand Centrai**���II. Lines,  Sandon ; James J. Alurpliy, Silverton ; B.  II. Nevers, Hartland, N. B.; E. C. Phillips,  Hartland; Edward Nicholson, Florence-  ville, N. B.; Thomas AIcKay, Robson ; Ai.  Alurpliy, Kaslo; P. Phillips, Kaslo; C.  Sankey, Cranbrook.  At the Wavj_rl'ey.���Frank James,  Vancouver ; Harry Smalley, Arancouver ;  Thomas A. Harmon,'-Vancouver; Teddy  Roper, Vancouver; William Alasterson,  Seattle.  At the Ci.un.���F. Wissinger, Kaslo;  J. C. Baxter and wife, Bird Cieek; Tom  Fisher, Ymir; George Ward, Athabasca.  Our Great  Sale is  Still on  Since it opened we have  sold $3000 worth of the  goods from the 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 prices  for staple articles when  you can secure them at   oQ- cents-on -ihe~dollarr  Mere are some.  PMTCBS WHICH  CANNOT BE BMAT  Men's Tweed Pants, regular price  $1.75, reduced to $1; 'Men's  heavy tweed suits, regular price  &12, reducecf to S7; regatta shirts  regular price $1.25, reduced to  60 cents; men's silk ties, regular  price 50 cents, reduced to 25  cents; men's long boots, regular  price, $5, reduced to $3; men's  tweed caps, regular price 5Q  .cents* reduced to 25 cents. All  other. goods also at greatly reduced prices,  ���ELLIOT BLOCK. BAKER STREET. NELSON,  WE HAVE SKCUat-fiD THE SOJ.B ilGKNOV FOIt  "BilCYON WATER"  IMITATIONS CAN NOT NOW BE PUT ON  . THK MARKET.  THORPE & CO., Ltd,  VERNON StREKT  NKI.SO.V, B. C.  ��:  RAILROAD WORK.  ���. i  One hundred men wanted on North- St-ar Branch of;  Ci-ow'h Nest Brill way, ill, (Jnuibrook, British Columbia;;  Kood wnges. Throe inile.H of hUiMoii work to let for nexti  thirty iliiy.s. . Traiisi)Ort��|,ion rales one cent per mile..  Transportation can bo obUiined from Canadian Pucj/io  railway aijentiit Xelnon or at any O. I*. K. Htation.  ��� BKEOIvlNltlBGK & LUND  Cranbroolc. OclolierL'nd, 18!t!). Contraotora. .  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you witf] Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenters' Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWARE  THE BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  . Dyers  NELSON KASLO  Go.  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  -���������-������������MM~-^l��B~~a<��>BaL~MM_HH~��_^__M___l_��_aK_e^^  Because Your Stove or Range Cannot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  The saving in fuel effected will soon equal  tho cost of tlio range. It can be so quickly'  and easily regulated that there need bo no  waste of heat or fuel. Ncav piitented improvements offer you more convenience and  comfort than you'll find in any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO,  oaiD) flui sooa  Lang's Celelrated Cream Flake  Sodas, 3-lb Cartons   Wilson  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  BISCUIT COMPANY'S SWEET BISCUITS  Baker Street "West, Nelson   John A. Irving cfr Co.  Stra^han   Bros.  _?3_XJ*M:*B*E3*RS,  etc.  .opeea *_a:o*a*s__ *_32_oc*b_  i  \.9  "1%^ ,*?*"

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