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Array BOERS HAVE  GAINED  GROUND  In Campaigning; in Natal.  London, October 26.���The tidings that  general Yule Avas marching toward sir  George Stewai-t White's field forces, and  that tliere had been another successful  action with the Orange Free State  troops, brought smiles to English faces  yesterday. There liad been deep anxiety  since the war office was suspected of  holding back bad news, Avhereas it was  either indiscreet to announce prematurely the measures for the concentration of the two forces, or else communication had been temporjirily bi'okon off.  The junction of the two forces will enable them to take up ji strong defensivo  position at Ladysmith.  It would have been good strategy if  tho British field force in Natal had been  stronger by 1000 men, but, with the su-  perior strength of the Boers, continued  occupation of Gleneoe was a source of  weakness, and its abandonment was dictated by prudence.  General "White's .bird victory, when  its full effect is, known, will sti'engthen  the beneficial effect produced-by the previous bjittles upon the Dutch in Cape  Colony, and .that is one of the ..(strongest  jDoints in tlie game. The whole conduct  of the field forces thus far reflects credit  upon the Indian generals. Whyte, Symons and Yule and colonel 'Hamilton ai-e  all officers of purely Indian training,  pupils of lord Roberts, and exponents of  his school of warfare.  Militaiy- experts here unite in praising  general Joubert's plan of operations aud  in admitting that it Avas more brilliant  and practical'than the scheme of defense  of the Bi'itish side, by Avhich a force inferior in strength aviis divided between  two exposed posts aud cut off from supporting each othei". If general Joubert's  three columns had been in closer touch  Avith each other and had been brought iu  rapid oi'der, the garrison at Gleneoe might  have been overwhelmed in spite of its superior artillery fire and the gjillantry of  its troops.  Ingogo Heights, Avhich, according to  the reports, haAre been occupied by the  advancing Boors, aro tniversed by the  railwjiy from Natal to the Ti-ausvaal.  Beyond Ingogo station, Avhich is 2S-J  miles from Durban, and at au eleA'atioti  of 4000 feet, the train crosses the Ingogo  river, and ascends the heights by zigzag,  passing the Ingogo battlefield, famous in  the last Transvaal war. Hereabouts-all  is historic ground. The line skirts the  base of the most renowned of the heights  ���Majuba Hill���almost crossing the foot-,  path' from Neill's liouse, a.hence ,the  British troops" started for "the top, and  whore*the .preliminary treaty of peace  A\**as afterwards signed.' Rounding Majuba Kill is the grave of general Colley,  the luckless- commander avIio met .Avitli  - the succession of disasters. '--'-. *  It Avas about Ingogo Heights that tlie  most humiliating British,defeats were  , experienced. General sir George Colley,  the governor of Natarand,comniander-in  chief of the -forties, marched to relieve  towns that Avere beleagured in theTrans-  '- vaal, then a British 'dependency, with a,  small army of 1000 men. His .progress  avjis* arrested by ji Boer command  under-geuei-al .Xoubert, juid it- avjis.Avhile  attempting to force tlie passage of Laing's  Nek on the 28th of January, 1881, that  Colley Aviis driven back ou Mount Prospect Avith heavy loss. Then ten days  afterwards came tho crushing reverse on  the Ingogo Heights. Tliere Avas it fortnight's delay, during which rotnCorce-  nients arrived, and Colley, Avith 600 meji,  executed that amazing night ascent of  Majuba Hill. His position was attacked  at daAvn by a small party of Boers, aud  nearly half tlie British force, wliich ran  short  of    ammunition,   Ayas killed or.  Avonndetir  '�����*". ^JfiSfe-.  FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $8 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  Avith the dead from the battlefield on the  first day's battle at Gleneoe. Among the  killed Avei'e several Natal Dutch. A sad  feature of the engagement A\ras that three  Englishman who aaWo 'impressed at Kru-  gersdorp fought AA'ith the enemy, one of  them being killed. The Pietorniaritzburg  defence corps paraded today and avjis as-  signed to a position in case of attack.  LIST OF CIVIL GASES HEARD AND  A MINING MAN TIRED OF LIFE  An Unprecedented Output Predicted.  Cleveland, Ohio, October 26.���LjJ-ke  vessels capable of moviug 1,7(56,000 gross  tons of iron ore iu 1900 are iilrciidy iu the  hands of ore companies. Tliese figures  are amazing, audit may bo that no such  amount of ore can be,produced from the  Lake Superior region. "But it is a fact,  nevertheless, that ore companies lnwe  this carrying capacity Avithin their control, either through charter or ownership  of tlie vessels. John D. Rockefeller's representatives have 6*30,000 tons of it.  Whether all of this capacity will be used  iu tho ore trade or not is a question that  cannot be settled at this eai'ly date, but  the situation is certainly one'tliat should  cause considerable anxiety junong shippers of grain and other commodities, coal  included, as the ore companies haA'e it  within their power to cause the gieat  bulk of this tonnage to go up the lakes  light, if it is possible to mine and move  on the railroads t;he unprecedented record  in OJ'e output that is looked for next year.  General Joubert Receiving* Reinforcements.'  London, October 2(5.���The Daily Mail  publishes the following dispatch from  Pietermaritaburg, dated October 21 th:  Tho residents of Dundee had a weary  tramp of _0 miles to the nearest town  Avhere they arrived in a pitiable plight,  having lost everything. The refugees  included Harry Escombe, fornier premier  of Natal. Oue of the Dundee men says  that all day Saturday trains were arriving  at eonnnaudaiit general Joubert's hetid-  quarleis ;it Dauuhauser from the  Transvaal border bringing Boers, and  that there must have been 10,000 in the  hills around Dundee. , The natives report  that tho Boers took sixteen wagons loaded  Disposed Of.  The jury in the case of Kerr vs. P.  Burns & Co. brought in a verdict for the  defendant yesterday after having been  out for seA'enteen hours. The jurors had  three questions to decide. The first Avas  Avhether the plaintiff Kerr had secured a  contract for the building of the basement  of tlie Burns block. ' The second was  Avhether such conti'Jict having been  secured wtis broken by the defendants,  and if so,the amount* of damages AA'hich  the plaintiff was entitled to. The third  question Avas whether architect Hodgins  had authority to let a contract for the  work. It was the hist question Avhich  caused the greatest difficulty.' For the  fii'st feAv hours, it is sjtid, the jurors AA'ere  divided about five to three in the plaintiff's faA'or, but as it required six to  render a verdict they could not accomplish anything. Yesterday morning a  compromise was readied which satisfied the  jurors, but did not help Kerr. It Avas  that a verdict should be found for the  defendants, Avith a rider that the court  should settle the question of costs.  A settlement avjis reached in the case  of Church vs. Stevenson. This Avas an  action uuder the Employer's Liability  Act, in Avhich Arlington Church of Ainswortli sued Maxwell Stevenson, as OAvner  of the Black Diamond mine, for $.3000  damages for injuries sustained through  falling doAvn a shaft. By the terms of  the settlement the defendant pays Church  $250. Macdonald & Johnson' acted for.  the plaintiff aud BoAA'es & Wragge for  the defendant.    .  The argument in the case of Traves vs.  the City of Nelson avAs still peuding Avhen  tlie court rose last evening. It is likely  that the case will be finished this mdrn--  i��g- -   ' " s    -     '  RAILWAY   NOTES.   ' .  In order to keep up Avith the increasing  business in the Nelson yard, the Canadian  Pacific Avas obliged last evening to double,  -up oii the yard crew) aiid work a day anil  night shift. There are five- men on the'  day creAV and four at night. ,  - The Canadian Pacific-commenced yesterday receiving freight for Greemvood  direct. Heretofore the Greenwood freight  avjis billed to Grand Forks."  President Shaughnessy and ptirty left  liobson last evening for the main line.  The party Avent over the Robson-Pentie-  ton branch as fjir as GreetiAvood. '  No details have yet beeu given to tlie  public as to Avhat the immediate intentions of the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company are Avith respect to tlie building of divisional facilities at Nelson. It is  known that the company intends to re-  aiTange tlie yard aud place Jill buildings  above high-Avatei* mark. To secure this  the company will probably ask for the  closing of the blind ends ��� of Vernon,  Baker, Victoria aud SIocjiu streets.  Will Do tlie Work by Day's Labor.  The Nelson Coke & Gas Company decided yesterday to build the company's  Avorks by day's laboi-, instead of letting  the Avork by contract. George McFarland has been given charge of the construction on behalf of the company. All  Lenders received for the Avork were several thousand dollars higher than the  company's estimate. By the end of this  mouth tho company Avill haA'e completed  the laying of all mains originally projected. The pipe then in the streets Avill  aggregate five miles in length.  Administrator Arrested for Theft.  Boston, October 26.���J. N. Fulton of  Montreal, avjis arrested here today "as a  fugitiA-e from justice. Tho man is charged  Avith tlie theft of -$5000 in money and  bonds from Elizjvbeth Reed Haws, AvidoAV  of Thomas J. Corristine of Montreal, av ho  appointed Fulton as administer of her  husband's estate. .She alleges that Fulton left Montreal a week ago, and he Avas  uot locjited until today. He Avill be held  here pending the arrival of papers from  Montreal.         An Important Bit of News.  "Washington, October 26.���The missing  newspaper man, Easton, avIio was supposed to have beeu captured by the  Boers, has been ti'aced by the state department and found to be ��11 right. Consul Macrum at Pretoria repotts that  Easton is at the front Avith the Boer  forces.  The Price of tiie Metals.  Neav   York, October   20.���Bar  silver  ��7|c. Mexican dollars 47��e. Silver certificates 58|e. Copper steady; brokers'  $17.50, exchange $17.50. Lead easy; brokers' $4.40, exehnage $_.57..@$4.02i... .  Commits Suicide.  J. Houghton, a .miner, hailing from  Fort Steele, committed suicide at the  Royal hotel some time Wednesday night  or Thursday morning. Houghton registered at the hotel on Sunday last aud  Avas drinking more or less after his arri-  val. Not making his appearance yesterday morning, one of the employees of the  hotel entered his room and found that he  had shot himself through the temple.  Houghton had been dead several hours  Avheii his body a.as found.  It appeared to be a clear case of a determined suicide. From the disposition  of the body it avjis evident that Houghton had covered his head Avith the blankets and fired the shot under them. As  the revolver with AA'hich he took his life  Avas firmly clutched in his hand when  the body AA'as found it is evident that  death avjis instantaneous.  Houghton was formerly employed as  superintendent of the Sullivan mine near  Kimberley, in. East Kootenay, AA'hich is  being operated by a Spokane company.  Some six weeks tigo Houghton wtis relieved, from his position on account, it is'  said, of his intemperance. The only  papers on the body Avas a Bank of Montreal deposit book, wliich shoAved ii credit  bahince of close upon $900.  The door of the room in Avhich the  shooting occurred was not locked. During the forenoon one of the chambermaids  looked into the room and thought that  Houghton AA'as sleeping. -About 11:30  o'clock the bartender Avent into the room  to jiAVJiken him and discoA'ered the suicide.  It is not known yet Avhether an inquest  AA'ill be held.  Chief of police Jarvis received a telegram last evening from Frank P. Hogan,  president of the Sullivan Mining Company, stating that Houghton had Keen  employed at the Sullivan mine until six  Aveeks ago. The deceased leaves a widoAv  and child. They are iu delicate health,  and six months ago they were sent to  England by Houghton.  .,    -Are Met5*by Cheering Crowds. '  The "British Columbia contingent of  Cojhpauy - A of the- Canadian South  African regiment, in passing through the  NortliAvestaiidManitoba,is met at every  station by cheering-crowds. -    -  TO WORK THE HElESSY CROUP  Good Wages for Good Men. '  Messrs. Finch <fe Campbell, avIio are de-'  velopiug���the Hennessy .group of claims on  Midge creek, have* completed the trail  from Kootenay hike to the . mine, a, distance of twelve miles. This Avill enable  the company to take in supplies from  Kootenay lake instead of from Ymir as  formerly. Fincli & Campbell are mining  operators avIio believe iu paying  good wages and securing good  men.' The superintendent is engaging a  creAv of men to Avork on the property all  winter aud he is getting the pick of the  men in the district. Tliere are first class  accommodations at the mine and a force  of 20 to 25 men AA'ill be Avorked during  tiie winter. The men employed in the  building of the company's trail speak in  the highest terms of their treatment^  WagesTTpoii thisywbrk~was from $3.50 to  $3 per day. Present indications are that  in the Henuessy group Messrs. Finch <fc  Campbell have another mine.  TELEGRAPH   NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  Sir Henry Irving, Avith Elleu Terry, arrived in New York yesterday from London on the steamer Marquette. He -will  begin his American tour at the Knickerbocker on Monday night.  Tho Deutsche Colonial Zeitung of Berlin publishes an ju'ticlc strongly deprecating any - suggesting .Unit Germany  should renounce her claims in the Samoan  islands, and declaring a hope that where-,  ever the German flag flouts it shall float  forever, ,  Information has reached London that  the Bi'itish steamer Zurich, Avhicli ssiiled  from Kovda October 12th for London,  foundered during a bui'ricane on-October  21st at the Vigten islands, off the Avest  coast of Norway. The captain avjis saved,  but it is feared  the crew have been lost.  Fighting the Gamblers,  Spokane, October 20.---Attorney J. M.  Edmonson has scored one point at last in  his fight against the gamblers. An alternative writ of mandamus Avas issued  by judge Prather this afternoon, directing justice of the peace George 11. Leonard  to issue a warrant for the arrest of  Charles White, one of the proprietors of  the Owl, or appear iu court Monday,  October 30th, and show cause Avhy such  Avari'ant should not be issued. Edmonson's complaint, on which the older for  arrest is based, charges White Avith conducting gambling games. It is backed  by the affidavit of Gregory Garrety, who  declares that he Avas in the Owl on October 23rd, and sa\A** money bet and lost  on faro and roulette.  THE COUNCIL WANTS TO BORROW  To Meet Its Deficit.  A short session ofthe council AA'as held  yesterday afternoon for the purpose of  amending the bylaw, Avhich imposes a  tax of $200 upon iill fii'e insurance companies doing business in the city. At  Monday evening's session of tho council  it AA'as unanimously agreed that the city  should collect some tax from the insurance companies, but the opinion was general that the tax of $200 per annum, as  set out in the bylaAV, avjis excessive.  The amending  bylaw  aa'jis introduced  by alderman  Hillyer.    It provided  for  the  reduction  of the  tax from $200 to  $100 per annum,  aud  received  its  first,  second and third readings.     The  mover  then-gave notice for the reconsideration  and final'adoption of the  bylaw at  the  next, regular   meeting   of   the   council.  "Vvjhen the bylaAA' becomes law it  is  tlie  intention of tlie council'to proceed .'forth-'  Avith in the collection of the tax.  . FolloAving   this   the   members of the  council   present���mayor   Neelands,   and  lilclermen Hillyer, Fletcher and Kirkpat-  ridk���discussed   in   a   general-Avay."the  finances of the city, aud the best Avay of  ���-providing for  the   estimated deficit  of  $18,000.   The general idea prevailing was  ' that there Avould be some difficulty experienced if the deficit was carried into  the next fiscal year as an  overdraft", and  it Avas .suggested that steps be  taken to  prepare tAvo bylivws aud submit  them to  the ratepayers.   It  Avas  suggested, that  as  the  deficits  were largely caused by  ov,er-expenditures upon Avaterworks  and  electric* light    accounts,    that   bylaws  authorizing  the issue of additional debentures upon tliese accounts  should be  submitted to the ratepayers'for approval.  As a result of the disciission, city clerk  Strachan   was  instructed  to  prepare  a  statement of the finances to the end of  October, aud upon the showing made  in  this statement Avill depend the amount of  the  debentures  AA'hich  the  council Avill  ask the ratepayers assent  to  issue.    As  an excuse for the issue of the ^debentures,'  it AA'ill be.stated that new^ii^ljdi^gs^re,,;  required for.the electri|gh||lIt^^i^H^jS^  the expenditure is deeiclJiiJr|i^^^ieln|^^  issue of debentures iipoii?riii��'':.^  and electric light *  $20,000.' .The .statem  for "the. council at its next 'regU'iaKyiii  ing ou Monday Aveek.  RICHT OF WAY F0R-||g|||||  Be Purchased hyy]fo^��ffi^f*p:'yy  It seems that about l��6;���gg%f��iil|jii^^i;e^  sent road to the Nelson ^:JJ|jf^^h:e^ar^  depot runs across privi^ep^Jth^fei^J  to Avhich lias receiitly^^ga"^  hands of the "tramwjiy?^ompatiy^  hind in question is iu the Hume add. tibii'*;  Avhich adjoins the city on the ejist. ���.A  deal Avill have to be inade Avith the^tra*ui|r  way company for a lugi-i^^My^:*^  the landi or a new road ���'��� bniltyyoii; ''::0$jgeeiks.  that are at present alni^fc.^^-^S's&^l'^.^^ft1  heavy  traffic.    The foll&*i*yih��^^ti^!:;-��|jf':'  plains itself: ............  1 N KIiSO"_, Oetober Jfl'tl., IS}**!).  To His Avorship the Mayor ol' Nelson..   ^ '.  Sir -14\iii IiibU-uetei!. bythe dii5BetjJr*)��.OT'?tti'iis': cowrpanjt  to advise yon tlmt thoy have i>iU'eliase<l*.loWai;V2i)j"a;; 21,  and-_J, block I, in the Hume Additi.Siij; a.ljoiniiVK'Wife  city, with ,i view lo securiiiK' the m'osb direct and. libist  route for their tram way. The cbalj>aiiy (H'e now, tlterc--  _��oro. in the position to receive oife^s>t'6i'^ii^^igli(>f01j=\vayi=  for a road or street parallel to Uioi),; ttack tlifo'ij. Il .(his.  private property, h'rom .the con\'(5raatioi( with yoiu'sclf  and the city engineer tliih nflerniio.ii, I utiilei*sUind yoii,  are fully informed of the details ttf'Uio siitiiatioii-. and the  city haviiifp- previously tfono into .the iiiattor witli u view,  of scouring the aforesaid lots for this pufjmsc; -'Should*.-  your council consider that stops shoultt be taken !>y tlmm,  to ensure the permanent opoiifiig Of tiJii.siiiillorUuifc:  mean.s of access to your city, lliteco'iiipany- will bOivillii)}?  to consider any oilers t hut, ,\ on may -liiaktv The. direct-,  ors of this company fee! that as iiniatjt of coiirtcsi' to your,  council these facts should he laid before yoti. . The rails,  will shortly be laid over those lots, ail.d iii jilie eve-iitof  no action being taken by yourself, the Nelson & Kqrt  Sheppard, ,'itSd private individual, or oITrchs;for the iCKhfc  of way and construction of a road; tile��� i>re.��eiil>.trespass-  will bo prevented.   Your�� truly, ���'-'.-.'���-���'������������������'iW'"  ('. !Ij\I,.;Kj\N:II.vIA,  '������ ICnRitiiiiSrin 'Q\)*rgjS.y:.  A Bad Lcajc 8om^Mt^7'.yyyl{::':--  That there is a- grcjit .wiis.te;i::hiythe;:iis:e;  of electricity in Nelson i'8y^sli{>iy.nfiv.by-':i.iit'.  repoi'ts of the (^cotnditih^^Woxip^n^  few consumers pay the aH-fi:vig|i-_;Wi'te���''tlie-.  electrician's report sho\vfrlth>vii^  in the morning the inachit-i^fe;tti'^#W'yiiiig'  7.5 per cent of the inuxli'n-init^  city's electric power hf>iiseys^yiiaA**"*:oJ'Oiitly:  for the installation of tl..e-n^yni'aclii''pei';y;  its soon as it iirrivcs.   T:li0:^'A\tate.t^  has been placed in positipWiAhW't^  dation is' ready for the dynamoC It wJis  thought thttt the new i.iii-tchuieiyy .Ayotild  be ready by  Saturday  eventngvy'^u'tyth'is  is iioav impossible, and it will be .well on  in the middle of next week "before the  improvement in the service can be made.  Paralyzed by a Boycott.  Nrav Yoiiif, October 20.���After two  mouths' preparation tlie Hew York Stui  today began its legal battle against organized labor. On August 5th the nieni-  bci'9 of Typographical Union No. 6, of  New Yoi'k, struck, to compel the Sun to  employ union labor in all its departments, and to enforce this the Printing  Trades Council and every union in the  city has instituted a boycott against, the  Sun. It is to break this boycott that the  application for an in junction is made-  In  pleading the Sun's cause in court, Seymour D. Thompson quoted a statement  to the effect that the morning Sun had  lost (i0,000 daily circulation and the evening Sun 40,000 daily. The Sunday Sun,  the statement says, had also lost 00,000  circulation. The statement said that the  sum of $300,000 represents the loss in  advertising receipts-since the beginning  of the strike and the boycott.  SHORT TElECRAMlRE THE WAR  In South Africa.  Durban, October 20.���Martial 'law has  been declared throughout Natal. A  transport has arrived Avith a battalion of  the rille brigade.  Cax'istoaviV, October 20.���According to  a dispatch received hei'e from Pretoi'ia, in  the engagement between British forces  under colonel Plummer and the Boers at  Rhodes Drift, six Boers Avere killed and  four AA'ounded.  y London, October 20.���The war office  has received a telegram from general  White, dated Ladysmith, Thursday, giving a list of the captured 'Hussars, etc., as  cabled to the Associated Press yesterday,  'explaining that he did not haA'e the list  until general Yule arrived, adding that  he undei-stood they Avere all-.-alive,������but-  prisoners. ..  -London, October 26.���A belated dispatch sent from Gleneoe camp on the  night of the battle in that vicinity, admits  that few Boers, dead or wounded, Avere  found on the "Held. This is explained by  saying that throughout the flight, the  Boers, in accordouce with their custoins,-.  buried their dead, and those found on  the field represented only the causal ties  during the hist moments of the fighting.  Even tlieir desirable cannon had been  removed, although broken pieces of them  could be seen lyingnbout. :       *  Capetown, October 26.---Tlie troopship  Zayathla, Avhose voyage from -''Liverpool...  Avas delayed by difficulties AA'ith her  machinery, has." arrived Avith a biittery  and a half of field artillery. Her sister  transport, Avith an equal force, Avliieh has  been similarly delayed, is daily expected  #ieni;���#iei Mu��derer"-0f^  lAime.theiptM'tiier Qfy.'-theiatevBataiey^iait--;��  Ip;agte.^;IbHSjStvia.heretthat"colonebSehiel^  iGerjnan'foi'ee^Avadrialmost^aniiihila  P.--1^--^ .;;*  CANADIAN  NEWS  - erf ^-n '^^iicr--^- ���-:  IN   BRIEF.  0' i^lf^^'&t!  p;''T!ii$^  :''Sf^1 jtic's,* li^  Sf_S:i'SSria.t6���'#^^  ryep^nferred'^ipou^^^^^  ^ln;ih|!i^^  v��e^j|etar|ffS?S*:'^& ���  ;i;^aj^^u.^i^_^��  l-0j^i|i^^u|ils!^  ' I'enjteiyed^^^  '";':���-.fTlie^nilii-ist^  ;��� fMir-"iju^|^|dic^|i^  ;-'ti*|^en|':'?;v"*,yV;--;i--f-;-^'': -y������rJ^-yy y :\yy!  : y"Cj'^ap'i:-J'S^ijMl��  ;:-stei^(ir^eoii^ijliah4  tljei'disliS'tel-,.toy Stoie'n;nfe^  Wlifeh'tbok theslripIS <_!'$& i'niies,'ont of  her eoiirsei  .-.  Tlie -Jiorojito Gllobe says the 'Oiite'-io  =governnien tHhas^deeided^o^&p^Gii ntf^ji?  cojiiniission *>f .bjuikeifs and, acGredited  ���iinancierS   to" inve$.i'gate   "th��..fiiiajiibial  itiethods aiid. sttiiiding of  the   govern-  iilciit, with a ,y|e\v of giviug assiir&jice of  :the.;jteeuraey otyythc 'aceoit'jiifeyjis^^pre-.  :seuted to pitrliai^ion t froiji'thjieyytb i tiihe-  . The Ontario goveiranent has, decided  't^appoi'ijfs.a cohiinissfqivof -judges, ^pJ��'-:  /vestigjute tdCeged fj'atids' In,tliey late. West  y)3l|.ii't election. ;: It;.;isy'tli:e^go'^ei*njiiei'i*^s.^  "iiiteiltioirto pr^seciiip all parties, chrti'ged  cwi tli. corrupt prftetlc'csi yyo-.   ��� -^.y .y-i^-.-yy  y yy.y^i'vijiin'?'. tko *.; V^adei-bllt y ;3KCilJittn'Si*g;<;J-^;.  yytitixyry^  ;:ChiJpppie.eyyit Dejje'w^  ���'.S'fe^eVij'Oq'S.-b^tjiJr       'of';ywillv.of:-: ������^H.'e?i''l'jito-'  ���'^oi^icl'ius'-yidid^  ;" fivt)' (Mvpi n;e Jtysi i it! (ivb iltk" w ill' -'getVAbQU ti  ���$$QiMo0(��y;k0\j^  tit,Uflo^i���a;IhiIy,'^'.'y$he:���;AVJ^^i giA*-csv(36>Ji(Slijis,  ' '^\U\m^'0i\%^ ytisrrm  ciicii jof'IiisyriiJHaifih.g^  ii.i;cfudtedV::-:'i.Aif re'dy-p^  ���gi'vesyjh is .'^I'oj'Iier-/"aiTO  ���itn.ee .to inake .-Isisy- f bj-t li'ne- eq:i"uU.%o'ithaf'y6f'  :the- o'tjier'������iiierabeiy,: - naniely,;^��7i.5OO;O0Oy  Sciiator:Depe\fe 'Says that ^Coi'iieJiu's'h'Jis  acceptedythis'.arrangeinen't ii.   the  spirit  in whieli it -\vas- offered.  GENERAL YULBS FORCED MARCH  O   Storm Covered.His Retreat.  London, October 27.���The despatches  announcing, the joining of the forces of  general White and general Yule haA'e ,  shoAvn that only the incapacity of the intelligence department of the Boei-s saA'ed  general Yule's column from Avhat might  haA-e been a great disaster. It  seems that on Friday night Dundee AA'as full of alarms. Heavy firing  wns heard at one o'clock and again at  four. A severe thunder storm soon after  stopped "the Boer cannonade. Saturday  passed in the same anxious manner in  momentary expectation of an attack. Tho  British finally eA-acuated, taking all that  they could but leaving plenty behind for  the Boei-s to loot.  The appointments of the Boer hospital  at Dundee are described as very inade-.  quate and primitive. The Boers themselves, in -the absence of a nursing staff,  got only scant attention. It is reported  sir William Penn Symons died on Wednesday and a\'(is-buried at Dundee yesterday, o  General Yules' column had a  A'ery exhausting mai-ch, chiefly, it is believed, by*'  night.    The reason for a night  march is  -not given, but it was probably a fear of"-;  Boer surprises.    Very heavy rains and ay  mist hampered the march, but Avere perhaps  the  means  of saA'ing general.Yule,  from  molestation.     It took  the column:  twenty-four; hours to cover the last six-  teenmiles.    The only neAvs this morning  consists of more detailed accounts of the  battle already reported. :.  ,���.'. A .correspondent, Avho..visited the  hospital at   Ladysmith,   Avlicrc   the   Boers  wounded at Blandslaagt ''are.'; being  at  teuded'.'to, reports that geueral Jan Kock,  avIio A\'as badly Avouiided in the thigh and  shoulder,  said  that  tlie ad\*;aiice of they y  patriots  under Pinar, Avas  simply with  ;;  the object of of cutting the railway,"aiidJ  that this body Avas  subsequently reinforced Avithout general Jqubei't's  orders.  ;  General Viijoeu accompanied them."   The  latter: wjis killed eai-ly in the fight.- y y��� yy - :  During the battle  general;;Kock  read y  his Bible and  prayed  for victoi-y;    His"  brother, tAvo sons and a nephew were ally .^  Avounded and taken prisoners.      Colonel  Schiel, of the  German corps, and; com-'yy  mandant Pretorius  wei'e  both severely  wounded. "  Many prominent Boerslyare'vsi  not yet ttccounted for.    Philip Kock saysvyy  the Boers suifered ihostyfroni the Gbrdoh;|:��  Highlanders, and in the charge; of;: they ^  Fif th-;.Laiicei'S. - They say, Jxlso^:tluity;;theyyy|  :;ipWbyqiiic^D.firi'i%sC:m*ms^  '-IDeyoti.shute;afeftinieniJra)ee.thQsesthti^^  '-'���i-w&i  p^s,  Vj/$0$#<'  fe,fijel.d?:'guus,*wlM��te^  -4F'j'��>n.*j*iHiil gunners?froiu ���the*.eiiibra.���ure8.i?!S  ;SI^S'SB|  ��f:f *��������� "���'  ^���SS'**^^! .1  Ajphericans Ai_xioti,s to Interfere.  WAfiitiNCTTON, October 20,���The i'oso-  hitioJis adopted at a lijeetiiig held in  Cttrnegieluillj New York, urging the president to offer the services of the United  States to mediate' between Great, Britain  and. tlie Transvaal and Orange Free .State  j-epublles, were presented to tlie president  this afternoon by a delegation from New  York, hooded by Tunis G. Bergen. The  'president made the usual polite promise  of eonsideratioitt'v-'..���'%'=���'  'tie3ftly;'"K-Meed%^  ���.caiM^_tf-'fceifc'^te^n^  '���M$k . .  P^it'fu; .,iiliip|fe;.t')J;e.  m^M^&mff^^:  _. W'e���;i'!a���-,y.}ri^  ton,J&atnel: ^iA^&^^l^^^^^  ���H.Seigfl-ied.. ''%ie:'\v.^miiii-^iMi&%f^::''-:  :<ltiii.'; before tlie tCritiig*V;a:af cfifiJS' :b;iicifthe.::v;  ya-cttte.ajid they bi'lng bacjk eoiupjiratiyely5. ���*'  ."���n.tfvle Hlforiiiatibii its to ihe OphllO|i*5 '$��': "  otheyBtitish;. soldierb:u .theysiib|ec.. JJnt' ,;  thyey::are:%Ji''':bf knb'w^Iedge'as to t'^'*h.ijy-;^  ���t;lian|^af;ski1,l tlie peqple:*t"hey:liuci[ yiiS^i;-'�����������'  .thein'..p:6SsesC ���yTliese meiW'.������j>epi'"ds.eijSii):^v;��  *the'''liverage^i-AineiTcau iridclifiriie jii skill, :  -were;giVteii eiitiro 'eliarge of the consbrii^^. -  tion, ofllre 'l^rtdg*e,,:fM'j*_. \viyi-';o.i|iEhifl1-Al'i*e<i.pti^.--'  ������the ?:'iabqj*'Vtliey asked f<jr. -. 'tho iitboreia;' :  ?they;ft|5d..%jniiberbd.'tt:bsiit 2uQ diwliyp-?--alli- "  ^iVursE|erei^P]y.'/J?he'si3 K^pthtn 'ObiWia^litilV  y|'i^piJiy oj^^^tb^iyiv-is.;pJiisiiiiiiltjei, '6a#l_ fco /their ��� ���  ^cijs^Gt'ii^-'^iwr.i-elm ..'cowstittti'ly.--'.  ^liit'lejVtiie'l'oj'icledy'W  ;fciiu:ii ft'tisji':-tf9td'Jor.v'-,!;i ii^'^tl. W 'lliaks of y filno..'  '; la ijoters'yWei!^ jiiB*.;*-,  ���cii'Viw^^iiiyJSg^p^y  ^ha^'. i^ifce.;ejib  ;^riie;tuj.;al.yyii,i^  :|i;iib.ti&r*fe^  ���took-' i% tln^lV.;-toy;te'vyjqy? Vtji'e^^  Vlesifiri;ed^"phi^ej--':41i.V^  niaii cfnesyi.btH'U-ryilere.^  ;wi)ly di'i,va ;i-*_f0"=. iS.A'ets^%yda:y^  ;gaugs':of''STX"weir-e.iStovs:ue^  iiig. .100 rivets jiydtty,y 'yB;v'Jy''Weji;iia&-iii'i1(t:;;:  t|ie  other" seveny *'i irsBpl:! i ^^iVt��:-y: JV "rii;ei-*ifciv*_vs7:: !V  say that. Sort ���ofy.'i.gt.tora'n^ y:'  luakes them' tj'reth-   'j��^ey[.0'&::i^]^l::-io:.^o'-y.  home: again.     .       v      .' y,   ������ ';;"-y-:;  Reatiy for the Return Trjp.  NRav York, October 20.���Shanirock's   ���  jury mast litis beeii stepped iYiui she will',  be ready for lier jbiirney  pi-acfeicjilly by  tomorrow evening, but aviII not lenve before next Tuesday.   Sir Thoinas Liptoi), ,  will then eipiip the Erin,-so,> that.she; lYiJiy-r  set out as a convoy fb*ff''-Sfeto'Cp^;';'f:-.Si^;.''  Thoinas will leivve the JE6lfcA'*,^u^;;:.'d'��yiby ^  a White Star liinerv  ���^_''Sttys':''''fe..';^i*Jiuote.>  find tuue to pay ft vi^ityto Chicago.  .   .'-"rPn^D-   :^ffP^1n-.P;l  "������ *''��$��y.f.'-M  ��� tf_ 3&.'l  :���'��?��� U   TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY,  OCTOBER  21,  1899.  <5=. .^.a.-a.-r.v.Sip-Sp-vip-S.-S. _s:v^-^v*ss��>-^^-^>^:-��.^^.^^l^_?5^lS^_9^  "^���"���^^"���"Pv-S***^**"**-*^  M  B  m  B  B  B  B  B  B  (jr^atl^moval^al^  B  B  B  Notwithstanding the volume of business transacted at our store  last week, this second week of our great removal sale finds us with  a larger and better stock than ever. Daily influx of goods more than  fill the gap of yesterday. This week we placed in stock an immense  range of Ladies' Suits, new, fashionable and the best material that  money can buy. Jackets silk lined and skirts lined with good per-  caline. In every way these suits are a credit to the art of tailoring  and certainly are the best value and nattiest styles ever shown in  the city.    You should not miss an opportunity of seeing these.  \&  %  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  J&  BANK OF  B. O.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  _?___S0*~CS   CASH  '(Yves'. <=>. <s>. ts> ��� (S>. (=>. &��� (=> ��� ��  .(=).(=).  -.��1?  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.  to be taken on Sunday. From morning  to night he toils, telephoning telegraphing,      dictating,    compiling, hurrying  around, conducting 'socials,' 'bright evenings,' giving 'talks,' holding receptions,  an uiiAvearied, adroit, persevering man.  No one can help admiring his versivbility  jind honesty of intention, but if he is to  be the typo of the minister of the future  then he Avill supersede and exclude a better man."   General Jan Kock Will Recover.  London, October 20.���The Daily Mail  has the folloAving from Pietermarit/.burg,  Natal, dated October 23: The proclamation of mai'tial law throughout Natal has  given great satisfaction. Among the  Boer prisoners at Ladysmith are DeAvitt  Ilainer, member of the raad for Barber-  ton, and Di\ Van Legget, public prosecutor at Heidelburg. Among the killed  Avas De Jong, secretary of the Transvaal  educational department. It is uoav expected that general Jan Kock, the Boer  commander, will recover. General White  gave him tlie option of being taken to  Pretoria or remaining at Ladysmith, and  he chose the Jabter. The heavy losses of  the King's Hi lies, at Dundee seem to htive  been due to bhick belts Avorn over their  uniforms, which, afforded excellent  targets. .<*������'  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Now on Display ���*-���  The Following Goods Have Just Arrived  %  Hosiery  % Heavy Cashmere Hose in  xjjb Women's and Children's,  W direct importations and  xjb special value.  itti  Infants  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  ���J.-'F.'WEIR-  Wholesale  Houses  _ERATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  THO IU _** *& CO., IJMITKD.���Corner Vernon and Cedar  streets, Nelson, '.manufacturers ot' and wholesale  dealers in lurutcd waters nnd fruit syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon Sprint?.-, mineral water.  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZKL & CO.���Corner Baker and .Tose-  ��� phine hi roots, XcNon, wholesale dealer, in assayers' supplies. Agents for Denver Jrire Clay Co. of  Deliver. Coloiudo.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR "MANUFACTURING CO.-Cor-  nor Haker and JIall streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of "Royal Seal" and "ICootenay Hollo" brands of cigars.  ���        COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street, Nelson.'���wholesale  ��� dealers; in liquors, cigars, cement' lire "brick and  fire clay, water pipe and stool mils, and geueral com;  mission merchants. - -   ��� '  ���    FLOUR AND FEED..  BKACiUlAN & KKJt "MILLING COMPANY LTD.���"  Front street, NeJ(-on, wholesale dealers in .flour, oat-  pjnqal, etc., and hay and grain. "Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New Westminster.  ~      \ GROCERIES. ��� .  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and "Tose-  ��� phine streets, wholesale grocerb and jobbers in  "blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers, iiiackinirws and  Winers' sundries. .    KOOTENAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,"  LIMITED-  Arenion street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  TOHN .CHOLDITCII  **   wholesale grocers.  &   CO,��� E'rorit street, Nelson,  '   FRESH- AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &  CO.���"Haker street. Nelson, wholesale  ., dealers in fresh antl cured meats.   Cold storage.  HARDWARE AND MINING' SUPPLIES.  H BYERS &-CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine streets,  ��� - Nelson, %s'holcsalo dealers in hardware and Mining  supplies.   Agonts for Giants Powder Co.  'T A WHENCE BAIUVU'ARE COMPA NY���Baker St.,  -" Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and milling  supplies, and water and plumbers' supplies'.  ANCOUA'ER HARUAVARK COMPANY, LIMITED  ���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies-, plumbers and tinsmiths'supplies;   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  alUllNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon ana Jose-  -   phine strceLs, Nelson, wholesale dealers in liijuors,  -cigars und. dry jroeds Agents for IJabst Brewing-Co.-of.  Milwnukec and Calgary Browing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMJLTQ.V POWDER COMPANY���Baker si root,  Nolson, inaniifacliircrs of dynamite, sporting,  stumping and black blasting powders, wholesale dealers  incajis.'iiid fuse, and electric bJasliiig apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS   PRODUCE   CQMPANY-Vcrnon   hfreet,  XeWon, wholo.-.ile dealers in  provisions', produce,  and fruits.   Agent-S for Swift & (Jo. iincon and hams.  T A'. fJItlFFIN & CO. -Corner Vernon and Josephine  ����� sireets, NcImjii, wholesale dfalei's in provisions,  cured meat*. InilJcfaiid ogg-..   Tp R. STKWART & CO.- Warehouses on C. J'. R.  ���*- ��� JraCK, foot of Stanley sli-cul. Nelson, ���wholesale  dealers in provisions, produce aud fruits. Cold storage.  Agents Armour & Co, s bacon, hams, lard and <  ducts.  L other pro-  SASH AND DOORS.  ���M-KJfSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS, LIMJTKD-  *���* Corner Fioril and Hall Mi-rul*, jVc.Ii.oii, manufacturers of ami wholesaJo dealers in sash and doors; all  kinds of factory work made to order,   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMITKI> ���Corner Frontaud Hall slreots, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in wines (ease and bulk) and domestic and imported  cigars.  money than tliey had a right to spend,  and succeeding councils aviII do likewise,  if the acts of this council are allowed to  stand as a precedent. The bonded indebtedness of the city is already $175,000,  ou .Avhich there is an jinnual. charge of  $15,112 for interest and- sinking fund.  This sura must bo raised by a rate levied  on the real estate and improvements in  tlie city. Is it Avise to increase that  charge?  " The city of Nelson AA'ill not make a  mistake if it exempts from taxation, for  a'term of years, all 1-aihA'ay property used  for operating purposes Avithin the city  limits. It is true that this does not meet  with the approval of the subsidized organ  of the*Nelson Mine Owners' Association ;  but Nelson -would probtibly get along  fairly well'if that organ Avas wound up  for keeps.  The , Tribune, is in a position to state  that there is no shortage, in tlie accounts  of the mining recorder jit Nelson, notwithstanding reports to the contrary.  Kaslo and Nelson did better by their  volunteers than any other cities in tlie  Dominion.  The Up-to-date Minister.  Tan  Maclaren  Avrites  of "The Candy-  Pull System in the Church.," and. after  describing the tendency of the tip-to-date  chnreh  designates the qualification of a  pastor   for   "this   kind   of institution."  "The chief requisite demanded," he contends,  "is a sharp  little man, Avith the  gifts   of   an   impresario,   a   commercial  traveler   aud   an   auctioneer   combined  .with_tho_slightcst_fl��iyoi'_of'_ti_peripatetic.  evangelist.    Instead of a study lined Avith  books  of   grave  divinity   and classical  literature,  let him  have an  office with  pigeonholes for his programmes and endless  correspondence; cupboards for huge  books,  Avith cuttings  from   noAVspjipers  and  reports   of   other 'organizations; a  telephone CA-er tingling and a set of handbooks :    "How to make a sermon jn thirty minutes,' or, 'One thousand racy anecdotes from tlie mission field.'    Here  sits  an alert, vivacious,  iiiA'cnlive. manager,  Avitii  his female  stenographer at a side  table, turning over one huge book to discover who is next in ordei- of time for  visitation,   and   another for   details   of  families,    or    hastily   examining    filed  speeches of public men on some subject  % Wool Bootees, Gaiters,  'X&j Hoods, Mitts. Coats, Jack-  # ets, Coats and Wraps.  xfj, ���. __   h Feather Ruffs  ify Fine values are being  fi offered in these goods.  Socks  Men's Socks, all grades  of Cashmere, Heavy and  Light Weight.  Furs  Jn 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  B  -   B  Ladies' Jackets in all B  the newest designs and B  colors.    Very low in price. B  Silk Waists  An endless variety at  all prices. Everyone can  be pleased from our as-,  sortment.  -m  B  B  Plaids        g  . ���    "    B  Beautifvl   designs   andB  colors all wove, and suit- B  able for waists and skirts. B  ���   ��� #  INCORPORATED 1670.  We carry in stock the following well  known brands of cigars.  Imported  BOCKY CIA, all sizes  HENRY CLAY, all sizes  H. UPMAN  EL TRIUMFO  LA LOLAS  LA HAMADA  FLOR DE LA ISABELA  .Domestic ' "  FLOR DE BAHAMA  ROSEBUDS  RELIANCE BOQUET   .,,-���"  KEY, WEST ���;  ESPANOLAS, Etc.  -  Our aim is to have the Right Goods  at the Right Price.  B,  B'  :B  B  m  Baker  Street,   Nelson.  Hudson's Bay Go.  ^���^���e3'is>-(S>'(S>  ;S'*M_rm^_^_?^ *s*s �����""**:=  ���^���*fH��^*lte*#  Big Schooner  Beer or Half=  and=Malf . ��� ��� ���  Telepliorie 13  Parson's  Produce  Company  WHOLESALE  . Butter,  . Eggs,  . Cheese,  . Green  ��� Fruits,  . Cured  . Meats,  . Vegetables  lO  FOR SALE  BUSIM-ESS AND ��� RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY '���  FOR FALL PLANTING  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  SHIPPERSOFTHEEARLY   BREAKFAST BRAND OF BACON  Full  stocks  carried at Nelson  Rossland.    Mail orders solicited.  and  THE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON* IS  AT THE  Glubfletel  TULIPS  NARCISSUS  EASTER LILIES  HYACINTHS  CROCUS  30 by 120, Bakor  street, l��tween Josephine and  -   Ward streots - j  SO by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner. ;., ,,   25 by 120 with improvomonts, south sido of Vernon  ' Street .- ". 5(m  50 by 120 with hnprovements, south sido.oi Veraou  stroot.,:.......' ; .;.:....:  6000  2J lots with cottage rented at '..15 per niontli, Victoria    '-  streot. .,...:....-*.,..,....... 3500  2 lota with cottage rented at $20 por mouth, Stanloy.  street ���,.; * ^^  S lots in Wock 111), all cleared and fenced in.  2500  AGENTS FOR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  LIMIT-3D  Corner of Raker and Stanley Streots, Nelson  Cornor Silica and  Stanley Sireets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Gut Prices is the  Order of the Day  And I want to be in it, T havo just received  Fall Humpies of Suitinga and Ovor-  coatin(?K ropre.p-entiiiB a $aO,(IOO stock to  cIiookc from made (o your order al prices,  never beforo heavd-of in Nelson. All the latest  fads in Fancy Veslings for Fall and winter.  Ludios'lailoi injj in all iw branches aspeclally.  Lowest. i>i'icc;i.   Jtoomf 1 anil II,-Hillyer block.  ;Jte $&vihnttg*  D.Aii.y Editiok*. .,,,  Wkkklt Editio.v.  .......Fikst Ysab, No. 25:t  .... SKVBNTH YKARr NO. JO  JTt is apparently the intention  of the  city council   to   ask  the ratepayers to  allow them to borrow $20,000 to meet  this year's deficit.    The  deficit  must  be  paid, but tlie best way to pay it should  be considered.     The   council have not  given tliat attention to detail iu expending the city's money that was expected  of them by their supporters, and it might  be well for the  council to take a little  titne and  consider the question of the  city's boi-rowing capacity, before asking  the ratepayers to pass on a loan bylaw.  Tke> .present council   have spent' more  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE  TO  MUNICIPAL  VOTERS.  'The following puiv.o:iH arc untitled (o be placed on the  Voteri" Lltft for Uio Uily of XcltMii, viz.:  Any mule or female being st Hrilixli .subject of tho full  age of I went y-nne yours, who shall hnvupuid on or before  line I-'irslr d.iy of Novombgr next, all municipal rales,  taxes iihsCMiienlK and licence fees payable by him or her  to the municipality.  (a) Who is (lie assessed owner of hinds or of' impravc-  tuenlp. or tlie uvses-ed occupier of lands situate within  tlio municipality, <ir   .  (b) Who is a resident of and carries on business nnd is  the holder of a trader's lifcn.se in the inunieipitliLy, tho  p'liuiu.il fee for which is not less than live dollars, or  (c) U'lio is a householder within the municipality.  ��N'o poison shall bo entitled lo vote under ;i hoiif-c-  holdcr's (nullification, nor sliall his or her name bo included in Ihe Annual Voters' List unless he or she shall,  on or before tho First day of December next, enter with  the undersigned his or her name as a voter, and shall  make and personally deliver to the undersigned at the  same lime a statutory declaration, Ihe form of which  limy be obtained at the city oliices.  J\v Order. J. it STKACHAN", City Clerk.  Nelson, JJ. C, October 12th, 18'��.  Steveqs, J\\b Tailor  Smoke...  ROYAL SEAL-AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS.   .....  UNION   MADE  ����*  93  Wels0ii Iron Works  MANtmAOTCRKRa OB-  BNaiNHS, BdlLBKSi SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF HVBRY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.      P. O. Box 173.  , jMiss jrcIJeriuotl has just relumed from Wpokaue  Willi new ideas of latest American novelty hats. Swell  veilings just opened.   Call und see thetti.  Lessons in embroidery and Iaeo work on Wednesday  and Thur.-day murniiiKS from 10 to II, or afternoons  from II lo I.   .Miss Tamblyn in charge.  Two doors west of Jlartin O'lJeilly & Co,  Novelties in Millinery  I am in receipt of the latest In millinery and millinery novelties direct from New York;  Call and inspeot.  -V1RS.  E. JVloiUAUai-fL-rirV  Josephine Street, near Baker.  1MB HOODS AID H/tlfi OMAIEM  Switches from $2 up.  MRS, J. "#*. KEARNEVhaa opened a Ladies Hair ���Dressing: Purlor in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is pro-  pared to furnish everything in tho way of hair goads  and hair touica.  Treatment of tho scalp a specialty.       i  Kootenay Cigar fflaafg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  R. REISTERER & OO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine- Lager-Beer,  Prompt and regular  dclivory lo tho trade.  . Brewery, at Nelson.  Bulbs  for   Fall  Planting-  20,000 Holland Bulbs to arrive in September; oOOO Japan  Lilies to arrive in October; 1500 Rhododendrons,Azaleas,  -Magnolias, Roses, etc. to arrive in Oetober. Thousands  of Roses, Camelias, Kruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs,  etc., growing on my own grounds for tho fall trade.  Catalogue free.  M. J. Henry     -     Vancouver, B. C.  MRS. BROUGHAM  WILL CIVU   I  Farewell   Concert  IN TIIK NELpSON OPEIIA HOUSE ON  TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 7, 1899  , AsisiSTin) nv  Miss Carry, "Mrs. W. A. "Macdonald, lUr. I*.aii*k Oliver <of  Ijosslumll, Mr. Ivydd, "Mr. H. M. "Maedoiiuld, "Mr. IIarri��,  ilerr Sleiuof, Mr. and Mrs. Aichibold, and achoru.s-of  ladies and gentlemen.  Seals can now be taken at Ihe Tlioni.soirStalioriery Co.  and the Canada Drug and Book Co.  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  NELSON, B. O.  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Ofl*er fresh roasted cofFee of best quality aa follows t  Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound, if   40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos,! pounds  \ OO  Santos Blond, 5 pounds ���  1 00 ,  Our Special Blond, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Kio Roast, 6 pounds  100  A trial order solicited.  "w~_A_:e-:D BBOS.  Real "Estate and General Agonts, Baker St., Nolscr  ANNOUNCEMENT  Salesrooms 2 Doors  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flrsfc-clasa  Wheelwright,  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  East of  Oddfellows  Baker Stseet  BlucK,   West  Inconsequence of increasing ill-hoiillh of Mr. 15. C.  Uaturmui), ilie liri.-i of Chas. A. "Waterman & Co. havo  been dissolved, and Arthur If. Sherwood has. taken over  Ihe busitiesrf of their old otlicc on Baker street, Nelson,  and will continue the business at the same place, as Heal  Instate and Insurance agent, and he will be insisted bv  C. A. Waterman, as manager of the IJontal deparlnieji't  ami care of properly for jian-resident properly liolrters.  J ho members of the old linn desire lo Ihank their friends  and ]i.i trans for their pulronagcin the past, and .solicit  for tho ollice in the fut lire the business- of (.heir old clients  and the poojile at large, we remain, rcsiicc.tfully,  CIIAS. A. WATI��"illMAN,  It. C. WATERMAN,  A. K. S1IKRWOOD.  Nelson. October I2t.li, ISM.  Notice to Investors and Builders  We give the very Bust Tkrms to those  -wishing to borrow money on improved, rail  estate.  The only company in ,thb province thnt gives  you the privilege of paying- oil' your whole  Loan at Any Time without a Bonus on giving a 60" day notice of your intention .was so.  QAJVIBLrE ����: 0'RBIL.LVVYXg;ts  British Columbia Perm.anent Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto,  Sfjop:   {jail Street, between Baker and Vernon, Metem*  The Nelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  ��� Large number of choice building lots adjacent to the  lino of tlieir tramway. For price and terms of sale apply  to the ofllco of tlio company, Macdonald block, cornor of  Josephine and Vornon streets.  T. C. DUNCAN, S&stelary.'  GSiarles, D_  J���  GENERAL.  BROKER.  i*jNr*3*r_r_s,j_._srcE  REAL HSTATE AND LOANS.  FOE SAL'S  o-Room House  $1300 ISO-Foot Corner   1-Room House S800  ..300  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  OotntaliaiEig' 120 aer6s 6t land within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.   Par further  particulars apply to  *FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson.   6.   G.  ARCEIITBCTS.  "tJiWART & CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7 oncl 8 Ab  ���/**������ erdeea blqcfc, Baker et��set. Nolson^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. 0. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899.  3  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up.    -  $12,000,009  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vico-Presidont  E   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  3sr____soisr _3_s__._src!__c  N.W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       niUNCIlKS IN       LONDON  (England).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and iu tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  GRANT COMMKHCIAI, AND T11AVKI.LKR8' CRKDITB,  availablo in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS ISSUED    COLLECTIONS MADE; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID  TERMS   OF   SETTLEMENT.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  The strike of the machinists in the employ of the Canadian Pilcific railway between Fort William and Vancouver lasted just ten days, and resulted in n decided  victory,for the men. The men returned  to work some days ago, upon the understanding-" .that their requests would bo  acceded to.  The terms agreed upon.are practically  as follows, to go into effect November 1st,  and not to be abrogated or amended by  either party Avithout thirty days notice  being given : ���      "  Full aud complete recognition of the  machinists assocititiou.  Right to Jippeal from decision of foreman to general foreman and master mechanic.  When reductions in the force are necessary those with families to have preference.  No discriniinjition against any niachin-  ist wlio may act as member of a committee pi'esenting grievances.  Sixty hours to constitute a week's  work between Oetober 1st and May 1st;  fifty-five hours between May 1st and October 1st.  Time and a half to be allowed for Sundays, holidays and for night work.  Overtime shall be paid for txtlA rate.  Overtime to begin at IS o'clock.  Full time while travelling when sent  outof tho shops, and 75c. per day allowed for expenses.  The following rate of wages, per hour  was agreed upon : '  Fort William to Brandon, apprentices  20-2oc, new men 2*3-2**>e., standard rate  25c, gang bosses 31c. -  Broadview to Laggau, apprentiees_23-  27c., new men^23-25c, standard rate.27c., !  gang bosses 31e.  Field, Revelstoke and Trail, apprentices j  25-3-C."" new men 25-_0c, standard rate  30c, gang bosses 3*5e.  Kamloops and Vancouver, apprentices  23-2Sc. new men, 25-28c��� standard rate  28c, gang bosses 38c.  The men have full leave to complain  and receive a hearing whenever they consider tlutt trade principles have been violated.  Apprentices to be taken on tinder control of union and subject to union rules.  A  few  minor and unimportant questions have been left to the Winnipeg local  committees for settlement.  Getting Embarrassing.  The prosperity boom has developed one  condition in Chicago which is extraordi-  ai-y and almost serious. Several of tho  great railroads terminating in that city  are practically blockaded with business;  - they-ean't-get either-ears euough-or-men-  enough to handle the traffic: the tracks  of one company are crowded with loaded  freight trains for a distance of twelve  miles, aud tho striking feature of the situation is that these conditions sire daily  becoming more aggravated. These are  what might be called the vicissitudes of  prosperity. The boom is becoming positively embarassing. YeD somehow the  country will manage to stand it. It is  certainly making a cheerful effort to do so.  England's Debt to America.  William Archer write, as follows:  Passing iioav from questions of pronunciation 'and grammar to questions of vo-,  cabulary I can only express my sense of  tiie deep indebtedness of the Knglish language, both literary and colloquial, to  America, for the old woi-ds she has kept-  alive and the new words and phrases she  has invented. It is a sheer pedantry���  nay, a misconception of the laws wliich  govern language as a living organism���  to despise pithy and apt colloquialisms^  and even slang. In order to remain  healthy and vigorous, a litei'ary language  must be rooted in the soil of copious  vernaculai*, from which it can extract  and assimilate, by a chemistry peculiar to  itself, Avhatever nourishment it requires.  It must keep in touch with life in the  broadest acceptation of the word; and  life at certain levels, obeying a psychological laAV which must simply bo accepted as one of the conditions of the  problem, will always express itself in dialect, provincialism, slang. Ameiica  doubles and trebles the number of points  at which the English language comes in  touch with nature and -life, and is, therefore, a great source of strength and vitality. Tlie literary language, to be sure,  rejects a great deal more than it absorbs;  Is f|��w prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin., B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on, District.  and even in the vernacular words and expressions aro iilways dying out and being  replaced by others wliich are somehoAV  better adapted to tlie changing conditions. But though an expression has not,  in the long run, proved itself fitted to  sui'vive, it does not folloAV that it has not  done good service in its time. Certain it  is that the common speech of the Anglo-  Saxon race throughout tho world is exceedingly supple, Avell nourished and rich  in forcible and graphic idioms; and a  great part of this wealth it owes to  America. Let the purists avIio sneer at  "Americanisms" think for one moment  how'much poorer the English language  Avould be today if North Ameiica had become a French or Spanish instead of an  English continent.   THE   BOERS'   CLAIM.  Tho claim of the Boers upon the sympathy of the Avorld has always been sjidly  weakened by their treatment of the  blacks. They -were the hardest taskmasters iu Cape' Colony before the great  trek, and were seriously involved with  the government on that account.  ��� When Livingstone, the explorer, penetrated the interior followiug the emigration by five or six years, he found  that the Bechuanaus held the Boers'--in  greater dread than they did their natural  foes among the native tribes. The 'Kaffir  had been cruel to tlieir enemies and kind  to the conquered. The Boers killed their  enemies and enslaved their friends.  Shivery was in fact their expedient for  securing labor. The blacks Avere forced  to Avork gratuitously on the fields of the  oppressors, and then to support themselves as best they could. "I have myself seen Boei'S come to a village," says  Livingstone, "and according to their custom demand tAveuty or thirty women to  Aveed their gardens. Those poor creatures accordingly proceeded to the scene  of unrequited toil, carrying- their own  food on their heads, tlieir children on tlieir  backs Jind their instruments of labor on  their shoulders. ' Wc make -the people  work foi' us,' said the Boei'S, 'in consideration of allowing them to live in our  country.' *'  Greed of slaves and gfeed of cattle  Avere both impelling motives for plundering forays upon the negroes. "It was  long," declares the explorer, "before I  could give credit to the tales of bloodshed  told by native Avitnesses, but when I  heard the Boers bewailing or boasting of  the bloody scenes in which they themselves had beeu actors, I -was compelled  to admit the validity of the testimony."  Livingstone speaks of nine expeditions  which were undertaken during his residence in the interior for the purpose of  adding to the Boer stock, brute and human. The methods of the Boer raiders  are thus described : " One or tAvo friendly  tribes are forced to accompany a party of  mounted Boers, and are arranged in  front to form ' a shield ' The Boers then  coolly fire over their heads till the devoted people fiee and leave ctittle, Avives  and children to the captors." Children  taken in this manner Avere brought up in  slavery.  No such system avjis possible under  English law, and AA'ith the spread of Eug-  "lislrinflueiice"the "Boers "then]selves_iiave  become sensible to its effect upon their  imputation throughout the civilized  world. But they are still severe iu their  conduct toward the blacks, and have  only yielded to external pressure.  Setback for the Boers.  Toronto Telcgivun.  Faith in their oavu unerring marksmanship and in the inefficiency of the  British forces is the star which has  guided the Boer republics into a policy of  defiance and Avar. Majuba Hill has been  regarded in tlie Transvaal not as an accidental success, but as an illustration of  tiie pei'maiient Avcakness of the British  empire and tlie abiding strength of the  Boers. Success in the preliminary movements of tlie Avar Avould have enormously strengthened tlie respect of the  Boors for their oavu powers and the con-  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,  No,  25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F. Ha_,cor_ur  Bakcr ana Kootenay ul reeta, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LI-LIE, C. C. R. G. JOY, K. of It. & S.  NELSON LODGE, NO, 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  socond Wednesday In each month. Sojourning  brethren Invited.  NJ5LSON" L. O. li.. No. 1192, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall,  corner Baker and Kootenay streets, lufc and 3rd  Fiiday of each month.   Visiting brethcrn cordially invited. ���  JOHN* TOYE, W. M.      F. J. BRADLEY, Rec Sec.  ELSON   >KRIK,  Number  22,  Fraternal  Order  of  Eagle*, meetfi every second and fourth Wednesday in  each month in Fraternity Hall,  come.  J. IRVING. President.  Visiting brethren wel-  J. R. WRAY. Secretary.  NKLSON MINERS' UNION  NO.  '.Hi. AA'. V. of M.���  iAIocth in Iv. P. loonii, Ki.vicinity Hull, tho first .md  third S.iluulay evenings in  c.ieh month at 8 o'clock.  ViHitnuj members welcome.  JAMES WILKS, Suc'y.      CHAS. A. McKAY, Pros,.  SHORTHAND  AND  TYPEWRITING..  md bookcepiiig taught.  TcriUM reasonable.   Apply to jAIias II. Brandt Iliin  SnOUTHAND, Typewriting,  . TcriUM roiiKonaiilc.   Apply    "sen, Ain>lewlmite block,. Wost .Hakor street, Nelson,  tempt of the Boei'S-for the resources of  the British empire. So far, the preliminary movements of the Boers have not  been abundantly successful, and *a great  deal is gained for Britain when the  Dutch of the Transvaal aud the'Orange  Free State realize that the British soldiers of today are not afraid of their  sharpshooters,.and that they can concede  to the Boers an .advantage in numbers  and still block their path to victory.  A Model South African City.  No more striking instance could  Avell be imagined of tho development that goes on under British rule in  South Africa than is afforded by the city  of Capetown. The streets are nearly as  Avell paved as tho.se of Paris, the sanitation compares favorably Avith that of  Berlin, and there are all the conveniences  of modern metropolitan life, together  Hvith many to Avhich older municipalities  are entitled, but AA'hich they lack. The  city recently built a reservoir, costing ��147,000, and capable of holding  22,500,000 gallons, but the waterworks owned by the city have found  the supply inadequate, and another is  about to be constructed. There is also a  supply of sea .-water, which is used for  washing the. streets and in case of fire.  The city lias built 'markets. AA'hich are as  fine as any- in the Avorld.    There  are two  FULL LINE OF  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 wo will make it for you  CALL AND GET PRICES,  J. A. Sayward  -    HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  _T  G.O.BUCHANAN'S  A large stock of flrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, otc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY .  Yard:   Foot of Hondryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 91        Johll    Ra6, 'Ag6.lt  lime  Lime 70 Geqts per 100 pounds.  Will deliver In ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or on scows at government -wharf.  The West lootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Streak,,     , T. _���. PROOTOR, Manager  GREAT REDUCTION  HABJ) COAL  X>*E3LI*V*E3_S*_3ID  Spcci.il r.itcs for carload lots for outsido points.  TELEPHONE  33  C. W. West & Co.  Wood! Wood! Wood!  Good dry wood, ai! lengths. Leave  orders at Jacobson's feed store on  Vernon street (next door to Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.   JOHN CROFT.  *" ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  The undersigned has a largo quantity of fir, cedar, a��d  tamarac.Blabs, in 16-inch anil i-foot lengths, suitable for  stove.wood, which will be sold for fl a load at the mill  yard* NELSON SAW & PLANING "MILLS, Limited.  ���Nelsob, August 19th, 11599.  magnificent parks,.with facilities for  all  kinds of sports ; club   houses, which  are  j-entecl   to  athletic organizations, and a  bicycle track wliich is said   to be one of  tho largest and best in the woi-ld.     Two  years ago   the city put in  an electric  light  plant at  a cost of $500,000, and  it   has   been   so   well managed  that it  is ojvlready   paying   a   profit   of   3   per  cent.    The di-ainago  and   sewerage   are  admirable,  and  the  streets  ai'e  always  clean.    In all the  world no more glaring  contrast to this model South Africjm city  caji be found than Johannesburg, which  the Transvaal government has shamefully  neglected, the gutters at the sides of the  streets in the lower  portion of the town  doing duty as sewers.    The heavy taxes  wrung from  the  Outlanders have  been  spent on fortifications  and munitions of  war.    In  police protection,  street lighting, sanitation,  and  sill other municipal  services Johannesburg is the vei'y antipodes of Cape  Town.    These things, however, will be better managed in the future  under British direction.  m  w  '���(=?. (=>.tSI. ��=>.��=>.(.  ���C='-^.-A-(^'^l&J.^l&."A'i  Appreciation  m  B  B  ��� B  B  M  Sir   Charles Tupper  Addresses  a Meeting.  Granhy, Quebec, October 26.���Sir  Charles Tupper addressed a large.meeting  here last night. He referred to the like-,  lihood of a general election in the near  future, lie condemned the government's  . immigration policy and its attitude regarding the Canadian South African,contingent. Tupper. promised to support  tiny settlement of the Alaskan boundary  question in the interest of Canada. Mr.  Casgrain, Conservative member for Montmorency, denied that the Fi'ench Canadians were disloyal, and referred to. their  attitude in 1812, 1805 Jind 1809 as proof  of tlieir loyjilty.  The Tremont Hotel  Malojie* trecillus  PROPRIETORS  m  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.  B  B  B  B  B  ���B  B  B  B  B  B-  >l  D. McArthur & Co.  i:a-<a;a-aia;aia*-  '�����;  M  Headquarters for Miners and Prospeetors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  and  ars  M kPLAIM MILLS, Ll  ALWAYS ON HAND  One  of the best and most pop*:  BAKER* STBE'ETs^EIiSOIifi?  _,    .   . .#������ ^eP^;#^%^*Sj"  *   m    S***  J?*1 .������"(���/   '"��� -*arf"   -��-V[F   HdR-**o,��-V'--'n_  *"*-Vi.Vi rW'^.   .-nn An'-   nV"-"   n.*>    BV. :'.-|inii  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 pointSy  ftn Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, sLlsb by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, dcK>rs|  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizes^  Eactbry .rar^o^  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS, NELSON.  La rge ;'.ep^6rJaMe^b'ea^  rooin,�� Sampleyrw^  -S^^^^I^MM^Pi  mm  i_*__.*_r  tf  ^j^p^f^^^^^M^Vi(^0'tff  Tlio flrio'st.hotel.in' the interior..' "':'.:'y;.y.-,;-.'  Largoysiaiiiple fopius,: .Strain, heat and 'electric ligh'^  COR"S*ER-6F;WARb:M?i>' VER&ON S'J^'V^ELSON  ��� ^'���'^J^  FINEST;-RESi^           ^My-*svs# ��^'  NELSON  ."to'jj:.'.  y?��f*��mntf���^^  ������'SHis"^'^^^^^    - ���       ' ... .;..  .     v-._  ln.  -..^   ���HP._^   [jJ^JB   "*"_'���   nn^."n     ->-P.oq    ' 'V ��� ' ��P .     "_"V_ P.'��^ n^     *n     ^".^  *i'e:as^^rniSf"  0ittJi  Wm@B&$Sle  'Hfi-AB-O.PF16B' A'P  mmm  ?y>."^m  t "^.".'C'll  B0MI^^MS��S^^M-  ���   ���A'Vi"*- '  1Whof&^!ia Marptrt ^i-^^  ^m.p^r^y.  Befeipil MiirlEdta jtt Kf olso'tt  y "l&ip5l6,;Bsiid.c,ft,pSUvci*jiOn>y Bem'er;, "SCiiiiri ^viiM^ ���rGi^,n"*i^r^i^^.ij|  Oiif3cad(^:Oja-eAwood,.i>fel:way,,iiiict Sir<iaK�� . . .-.   '        .���":���*?".���^^"���*!l  MaM'r '���Ord^r^promptly^' ''Pom^trid&d. ������/-'���'���' . _;." y^M   "jpi  BAKER AND WARD 'STREETS.-'NELSON";  The oiily.htjjcMti NeiBon. that ban 'remained uii_6r one  maria'geriibnfpsince.loDO. ������/:������:'"��� *���*-: ������:':������  Tho bed-rooms are. well fufnUJhod and  llghiodrby  electricity;. *<    ':-'' -������;'��� .^'.^W^.-p-iv   ' -' -~:\\- ;.':"o;';,^;:.': :���������".;  The diiilng-roomls uotaOcbtid to any In Kobteriay.  The bar is alvvays Stocked-, by.the. Bo6li i.doniestla.and  ImportediliqudraaudislgartJ.": ::       <;'������������ _^.'.y-''-  y,.': -yyj-y; ^THOMAS. MAP"P.'N>,ProprIotor.r  Largo arid well lighted������':���.*���'���'. ���"....;. Hoat'eaiy.hot-a!  Rea��ohiib!o:rates   :^--i. ���?..���;   -p..:r*:/;"/: j*1-^Sainple.-roomft.  ..,-   Eloctrie. bells: (ind. light to ovory. rOoin ��� ?���  : Rehb.vatod'akid refurrilshod throughout'���'���:  y: *.;,- j^yyy ^CRiCBi'��� *eropribtor:y;yi��� ���.v;-yv������  ITred'.bW.Tneete.-allvtiiainB.':.'       ::.': Rfii/hlbJ-nl/a ��� R.fl  Hourly";Streefc:cary-i^'8to''ion:.: ���:, "nWtypWWt ��*��p:V��.  Nig__ G'rili'Rwm iti/coiiuectioh.^ for the cbnvoniehce oi'  Kuogte:.^r^v*^j^and.d'0pi��rUi>S:b'3r nfehstrain*':  Onancliaflcr the 1st of-'0(it'oJicr.W!Jr), the Gfrar'ttJ Ceii'tBtl  Hole! vvillBe runl-'KtisicUj: oJi.tfiu. Ktiropgiin lilfiii.  \\'c'IitiW';IlHC��lJiip-tt.'n6'<V'-(li.niii^ room wilh it seri.li��K  onpae'ity for oho .Hundred poopli; wliich Avill bu run jn  connection Willi the-hotel. Aliymeiilw U��en��y-flvQ- cents.  jKiyablc- ih.-tlie'diiiiiiiJri'QOini Will"be-pleaded (o fti'tviish.-  ineal tickets ou appljcirtioii.  Hooins.by the day, Week oi* jiionth.  Thaukinfjj'on for your (jonei'ons pat.ronnfje in tho past,  and trusting to be 'favored' with a conliriimhco of wvmo in  the future, Irefnairi, rcspeolfiilly yours. .  K.S.IM.rSO.V.  Vienna (Restaurant  Baker street, between Josophtno and  Hall streots, Nolson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS. DAY OR *NIGHT  BAKEUpY IN CONNECTION..  FAMILY ANI) PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  R-     _3:XT"IS*K^"_     PROPBIBTOE  :y.;''A."vy:'-y.:,y.:::-.yf:y y^yMivKi&w-Wi^Zy.y ���:���'*:'���'���   -     '���  '^W^^'^M^i^^^:is&^  :-*-y-:::o--:.-���-���:���*��� :'::.p-''.\\*i**^i^LB-!A>?Jrui#AJK" ��� ��� ������ -   . .  ^.OiJtTRY;J.Ny:-iEASO'N:> ....     .  ;l#i|5  Sf'iS'^'I  ' lJi"'n"li--  nV"D.D:r4|  : :'d," *'"*"���  i "���*_�����'  ���;".b.Rl)*Bi-;'^^  C.,|jicljac3mi^S%rajTi^s'-^ J^:  Segi^arii'S''Star^'83^Rye'md;WBte Wtii^Mhisky1:  .-���... 'yXaaoa&rhai-ft  '''���\V'''"V':-.yVaike*��s:VdiUb BMe-SnrXi&esyyy:;:  B.a reels,  in,:  A, Bi  GRA^: kbo-fenaY; Ageri  IJA'J'CJatSTKM'iy^KSO^ " y -���"���*;���:  t.  &jPM$$i^M  HEAR NELSON���$ FORT S_tEPPAft1tt*.*RAlLWAY"_��EE^r."'  THS BE3Sf mMR BBUWliD AT  BQMM -6^  Fred J, Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS :,  WKHT BAKKH STKKKT  NKLSON OM'OSITK SILVER KING HOTEI/ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C. EBIDAY OCTOBER 27, 1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying full lines ol'  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CfiUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  Overcoats  Now is the time to purchase your fall Overcoats  We have a large stock of these g-oods in all the  latest styles and are selling- them at very low prices.  Call and see them and foe convinced that they are  the proper thing for this time of the year.  Remember the place.  J. A  ESTABLISHED  IN  NELSON  1890  American  ,.  WatcHies  Have always been a specialty with us, and concentrating pon 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.  SHOKT BITS OF NELSON NEWS.  Ward Brothers yesterday sold lots 9  and 10 in block 5, Fairview (Bogustown),  to J, A. Kelley oi Ainswortli. The purchase price was $350.  Archie Fletcher of Kaslo was in Nelson  yesterday for the first time in two years.  He was going east, via the Crow's Nest  Pass road, to meet Mrs. Fletcher and tho  children, who have been spending the  summer in Montreal.  O. T. Stone of Kaslo admired Kaslo's  marble in Nelson's buildings yesterday.  11. T. Lowery of tlie New Denver Ledge  claims that his business has been larger  this mouth than for'any mouth during  the year. This would indicate that New  Denver is either fairly prosperous or that  Mr. Lowery is getting a large volume of  business from outside points.  J. Roderick Robertson's successor jis  Head Push of the Nelson District Mine  Owners' Association is said to be pi-epai-  ing to go to Ottawa to urge the Dominion  government to take up the fight of the  mine owners against the eight-hour law.  Missionary Tolmie is in Nelson from Sandon. The boys are talking of "chipping  in" to purchase him a plug hat.  Mr. and Mrs. Fawcett, who -Ave at Kamloops, desire to express their heartfelt  appreciation of the kindness and sympathy shown by friends aud acquaintances  in Nelson in their affliction, caused by  the death of their son Alfred, on Saturday hist, as a result "of an accident at  Robson.  Federal Troops Will Not be Withdrawn.  Washington, October 26.���Governor  Steuneubui'g Avill leiive tomorrow inorn-  ing for NeAV York, thence home. He is  well satisfied Avith his trip here, having  received assurances that the troops Avill  not be withdrawn from the Coeur d'Alenes so long as they are needed. While  the department would not say Iioav long  they will remain there, secretary -Root  has no disposition to hasten their departure iii face of the protest of state authorities.    Men Captured in Kootenay Sentenced.  London, October 20.���H. B. Christie  aud W- O. Chick, broker's clerks, charged  Avith stealing ��10,000 in Buenos Ayi-es  bonds and fleeing to Canada, pleaded  guilty today Jind Avere sentenced to three  and four years' imprisonment, respectively. [These are the men Avho were  captured at Donald, in East Kootenay, a  short time ago.]  British Naval Preparations.  London, October 26.���The extent of  British preparations revealed by today's  information, caused strong reiteration of  the mmors of serious foreign complications. Tt is noAV .said that rear admiral  lord Charles Beresford Avill command the  Mediterranean squadron and the details  of the activity ai the dock yards ' and  naval stations are coming in hot and fast.  The exact condition of affairs consists of  ordering the naval reserve to be in readiness to   join tlieir ships  at 24 hours*  notice Avhile all the cruisers of the reserve  class have been ordered to be ready to  sail in the sjune time limit. These vessels,  although-at dock yards, are never out of  commission jvucl are always supposed to  be ready for immediate manning. A  dozen cruisers ranging from 5000 to 11,000  tons,'are iioav only aAvaiting the order to  embark crews.  The American Women's Hospital Ship.  London, October 26.���Lady Randolp  Churchill presided yesterday at a meeting of American women in London,  organized to raise funds to equip ji hospital ship for South African waters. An appeal for funds avjis issued in wliich it  is stjited that it is proposed to despatch immediately a suitable hospital  ship, fully equipped Avith medical stores  and provisions, to accomodate 200 patients for thi'eo months, with a stjiiT of  four doctors, five nurses, and forty noncommissioned officers and orderlies. To  carry this into effect the sum of ��30,000  Avill be required, which Avill haA'e to be  raised Avithin a fortnight.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you witf] Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenters' Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWAR  THE BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  At the Phair���F. L. Christie, Sandon ;  Dr. A. Dixon, Toronto; C. A. Fan. New  York; Thomas Bennett, Salnio; Charles  Bennett, Salnio; George Erickson, Rossland ; James Kent, Montreal; W. J.  Camp, Montreal; James Wilson, Kjini-  loops; J. T. Voglei*, 6r0; I. Williams,  Kaslo; A. J. McMillan, Rossland; James D.  Sword, Rossland; T. J. Roadley, Smilk-  ameen; John A. Levy, Berlin; F. Starkey,  Rossland; R. F. Tolmie, Sandon; G. O.  Buchanan, Kaslo; E. L. Beei1, Greemvood;  J. E. Saucier, Cranbrook.  At this HUjM'IS���J. W. Leathorne, Montreal; J. Waugh, Kaslo; Mi's. E. A.  Sperry and children, Greenwood; A. II.  Sperry, Greenwood; W. T. McDonald,  Spokane; John McDonald, Winnipeg;  J. D. Windman, Winnipeg; A. IL Fin-  row, Port Hill; A. P. Whitney, Port Hill;  C. P. Hill, Poit Hill, Samuel Velt, Haniilton; Mrs. W. E. McCormack, Vancouver;  Marietta LaDell, Toronto;. W. A. Rich-  ardsoii, Toionto; Charles Parsons, Vancouver; G. E. Burns, Montreal; Charles  ���Parke, Rossland; Jeff Davis, Grand  Foi'ks.  At the Grand Centk-aIj.���P. J. Wha-  lan, Kaslo; A. Whalan, Kaslo; J. A. I-Iark-  shaAV, Stuiirt, Idaho; Charles' Killehir,  Stuart; W. Barry, Spokane; E. E. Shepherd, Slocan City; W. II. Colbert, Spokane; L. B. Willett, Golden; Mrs. Chambers, Robson.  At the ThEjAiont.���G. R. Cassels, Kaslo; W. F.Middletou, Kaslo; Patrick-Burns,  Kaslo; C. Bi'oavu, J. Dwyer, S. Warren,  and James McLaren, city.  At the Queens���F. J, Chapman, Spokane: A.\Lund, Spokane; J. H. Cutchett,  Spokane: W. D. Ehlist, Spokane; Miss  Funk, Spokane; J. T. Voglcr and W. D,  McFarland, Edmonton.  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  Go.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  C " ��� " '        ' . ������-.-.  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 AA'ill soon equal  range.    It can be so quickly  The saving in  the cost  of the  and ejisily regulated that there need be no  waste of liesit or fuel. NeAV pjitented improvements offer you more convenience': aud  comfort than you'll find in any.other range.  TWO  CAR  LOADS TO SELECT FROM  ^DSamoeds aod "all  Precious Stones  Just 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.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  The sale of work  of   the   Methodist  Ladies'Aid vill be held on jVo\ember 8th, wlion man}  useful and bciiiUM'!.<-' Ucles will bo oircietl to the public.  Lost���On   Wednesday  morning,  25th  instant,.! hid) s gold -watch wflh bi.uded cli.tin, sonic  pl.iccbetween oilj -w h.u f and I'biur hotel. Tlio Juicier  ���\\ill icccive a rewind of $10on ictuiiiing s.uuo lo John  A} ton Gibson .it "Chair hotel.  Wanted���Anyone knoAving the address  ofl'elci Gtinley, cook, ulcabc write to J. C. Nelbon, Koit  Steele, Ji C.  Wanted���A gentleman teacher to give  pm.Uelossonb in buwncss hinnchcs', to a youth about  lillocn. Ono wlio can tc.icli piano jncfened. Call on  Ali-s. Mullette, Kootenay Hotel.  For Sale���Tavo good pool tables, in first-  clfivj shape; for sale cheap, foi cash. Addicss "Pool  Table." Box M, liossland, Ii (J.  Furnished rooms to let.   Apply to Mrs.  L. M. Jameson, Carney Block. Bakor stieet west.  Offices to rent���Single or in suite.  Heady for oceup.mc} November 1st. Apply to John  Houston, Tribune Oflice,   For" Reut^AT store on Vernon street,  opposite 1lie Tiibunc olllco. SJU a iiiontli. Appl} to Ji.  Jvilby.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  Another Great  Bargain Sale.  The great success which attended the slaughter sale of  ourSandon bankrupt stock has  induced us to place before our  patrons another opportunity  of securing staples at half the  regular prices. To do this we  have  i^y&".y  'fi  ���'��� c;'''$v.  ���loads Received This Week  Att(b^ibfctpi|  Map^jsaJfB!)*  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler  WE SELL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  eo IViadson  For Winter Outfitting  Purchased Away  Below Cost  Headquarters  For Miners and  Workingmens Clothing  G  es m  NOTJCE  EE  FJEE  ALARMS.  Pal lies tending ahnms of Ihe by telephone should  ilntc Uioloi.itioirof Uio flio dcllmtvly. kiviiik name of  Muil<liiifs;.iiidstiuct,.ind nut, name ot pLice fiom which  the telephone iiiossiko is 'out. The )tob>-oii sliect lite  st.ilion it. connected h} telephone Witli Use (he hall on  Josephine fired*.  \\\ J. TIIO.MI'.SOjV, Chief M-e Dci-urtment.  Xelson, October-i>IIi, IMCI.  PALACE CONFECTIONERY  FOR FINE CHOCOLATE     '  AND BON BONS  Role npruut foe Nelson for Unnung Bios, ccldii uteri It  B Chocolates mid Bon Bons. Ono ton of the h.unu to  urrlvo in a few d.ijs.  OLYMPIA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  AKKIVI.NO maim*.  Plums,  Ponchos, Giapes,  es, Pun-* und all Flint in  A large stock of goods from  Messrs. Foley Brothers ^.Lat  sen, who have the contract for  the building of the Nelson &  Bedlington Railway. This stock  embraces $1000 worth of  staples which are in daily demand by miners, which we  have consolidated with the remainder of our Sandon stock.  Here are  $ar of Keewatin "Lake of tl]e Woods" Flour  far of Ogilvie's Hungarian Flour  far of i\sf]croft "Burbank" Potatoes  Car of Choice IV|ixed Groceries  lit  We Have the Goods       You Make the Prices  Postoffice Box K. & W.  Some of  Our Prices.  Fancy Cukes and   I'iiMij-,  Utirmniis, Cujio Cod Gumboil  HCilMOll.  Coi ner Wni d and IJ.ikcr fats.  Mills & _otl_ old stiind.  J.   /\.  m_v^_i___l Baker Street  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  W. P. DIOKSON  S3. H, H. APFLEWHAIT-]  J. McFHBES  ooienay Electric Supply and  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  WK IfAVK SLCUKED TUB SOU! AOKNCY KOB  "HALCYON WATER"  IMITATIONS CAN iVOT NOW BE PUT ON  THK MARKET.  Vernon STit_���r  NKLSON, E. C.  THORPE & CO., ltd.  ��Z  Men's heavy shoes, regular  price $3, reduced to $1.50;  Silver State overalls, regular  price $1, reduced to 50 cents;  Men's heavy asbestos gloves,  regular price $1.75, reduced  to $1; Men's buck mitts, regular price $1.50, reduced to  75 cents; Men's winter caps,  regular price $1, reduced to  50 cents/  n the  LINE WE HAVE  Ootaplete Bhsofcrto Bl qulpiaerita tor BUoct-ilo Power TyaamalsBion tad I_arhtl_K for Ditoaes, Towns  _ HteGtrle Fixt-ores, Lamp-, Bulla, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. B03_ eoe. JosepWne Street, Nelson, B. O.  LL fiiisfeB OS Blank "Gtooks, ^  NolHOn, by well-paid wor!  tft^v^Lk*jL��f ^P0.0'*1"��!'"�� ,a!"d printed headings, inanufectured right hero in  mmm. wlioapenaihewcamtaKSinNofooa.  TrUranBAsafteiatioi. 34niitod,VeownSt. j  Seasoiied LaMbei?!  Bids rere invited for two million feet ot well assorted  Hcitsoned luniber, oil'hoi' for the whole or in wir loU, in  mill yard or delivered to: tlie luiiro&d. For piu'tiouIurH  iipjflyto  LWI1Y LUMBKlt &-DKVK'LOl'MEN'P CO.  Libby, Montana. -.:������,���'.���...���',  Mock Turtle, Bouilli,  Julienne, Ox Tail,  Mulligatawny, Bean,  Tomato and Chicken  ONTARIO APPLES       FRESH EGGS  ELLIOT BLOCK. BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Special Notiee to the People of Kootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as I have in rny department a first-elass optician. 1 have a  large selection of gold frames arid the  very best t��f lenses. Call and get your  eyes examined, at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  An Appetizing4 Breakfast  FITS A MAN FOR WORK.  Try our Government Creamery Butter, J. Y. Griffin & Go's  Hams and Bacon, Brackman & Ker's Rolled Oats and Corn-  rnealj Almonte Milling Co's Self Raising Buckwheat Flour.  Baker Street West, Nelsoii  Johrn A. Irving d?  Strachan  F_^*T_r*M:"_33*B��, 23*_?0-  O'E'S-fiiA-l^O'OrSB   BLOCK:

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