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 A   REGONNAISANCE  IN   FORGE  Fails to Draw the Boers.  London, October 29.���General Redvers  Buller may bo expected at the Cape today.   This.will be a very fast  voyage,  the   mail  steamers  usually  arriving  jit  Capetown on Wednesday of every week  at the earliest, but in response  to  a  re-'  quest of the  war office  that sir Donald  Currie should secure the'maximum speed,  the   steamer   on   which   general- Buller  sailed   was   provided   with   nine   extra  stokers.     As  reinforcements  will ai'i'ive  each  day   at  Capetown  general   Buller  ought to be in a  position   very soon  to  send troops to the relief of Mafeking and  Kimberley    without    depreciating    the  .sti'eiigth of the 'great army corps whieli  will march through Cape Colony and tho  Orange Free State to Pretoria. Although  these   ainionncenients  are  not  officially  made as to  the  destination  and  movement of the.army corps, the troops will  be conveyed by rail to De Aar Junction  at least.    If stations further  north are  by that time inaccessible, and will thence  proceed noith ward by forced marches .to  Bloemfouteinunci the Tisinsvaal.    Military  men  regard   the   hostile   attitude  of the Fi'ee State as a blessing in disguise,  owing to the"'advantages of the country  and diffiulty of defending it against an  officer of Bailer's capacity and strength  of forces.    The Fi'ee State is not tin ideal  base for a satisfactory invasion  of  the  Ti'ansvaal, but it will sei've military re-  quiremeuts much better  than northern  Natal.-   ' '������ ���   *  Meanwhile. genei-al White and Cecil  Rhodes are facing the music. The latest  Hows at liidiiight, was that general Joubert, with the full strength of the Boer  forces in Natal, avjis within ji few miles of  general White's position at Ladysmith'.  A British recoiiuaisauce iu foi-ce came in  contact Avith the enemy, bub failed to  draw them for a -'strong position close to  Ladysmith, but it seems highly probable;  that a gresib bsitble may be pending. The  destruction of the bridge over Sunday  "river,'it Avas estimated, would be certain  to prevent the Boers bringing big guns to  bear sit Ladysmith.. The Boers probably  have twice the strength of the British  field force in Natal, and possibly the proportion is three to one.  From Dundee ugly rumors sire current  that tho Boers havo been shooting inhabitants found with arms on them, but  offering no resistance. Fortunately these  stories have not been confirmed by good  authority.  -   Emperor William's Approachiag Visit.   .  Ni_w Yoiuc, October SO.-^ Regarding the  approaching visit to England of-emperor  William, the .London. correspondent of  the Tribune says-. "The German .emperor,  hits again become'a picturesque .figure on  the European'stage.   French Chauvinism  * forgives him for having" intervened"at  the close'of the Dreyfus trial to deprive  the verdict of the judges of all moral  force, and is now?coaxing him to stay  away, from England. Bismarck's Ger-'  man partisans are also warning him  that it is more r important for him  to remain on, close terms  with the  Czar-  1 than to win popuhirity in England.  There is also the old time ^feeling, of  jealousy, especially among - the com-  mei'cial classes of Germany, which is not  easily, erased witli the new  trend of the  - emperor's policy of friendship for England. His projected' visit to England has  become a- matter of high diplomatic importance, and will be preceded-Avith a  meeting of the C/.ar, AA'hich will nob lessen the signifiesince of the event.  Natually, he is investing these incidents  with an atmosphere,of mystery. smd the  prominence attached to his movements  imparts lustre to liis prestige and personal influence* iii European affairs.  ���- -    - -  -  MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  St. John's Ambulance Society, as auxiliary to the regular  military corps.   The  latter is  well  equipped, but is perhaps  numerically too weak.    It was mobilized  before the burghei'S were called to arms.  When tlie war commenced  several  rsiil-  road trains were made ready, fitted with  swing beds and till modern  conveniences  for alleviating suffering.   A field hospital  was  attached  to  every commando, and  bhe  hospital  headquarters  fixed at Pre-  toi-ia,  to  which  place all  the burghers  within reach of the railroad are sent with  the least possible  delay.    The Avomen of  Pretoria   and   Johannesburg   responded  nobly to bhe invitation  to  do  volunteer  duty  in  nursing, "for  the.sake of their  Lord and their country," as. the pathetic,,  appeal -read.-   II. Blakeslee,  chief  repre-  sentath'e  in  the Transvaal  for tho St.  John's Ambulance Society, Avith doctors  Croghan, Lilloop and Mangold, organized  classes,'and lessons in nursing  and first-  aid to the wounded sind other useful instructions were given.     Several hundred  Avomen regularly attended, and  most of  them are doubtless now at'.AvOrk. in Pie-  torisi and iu the field.  RUMOR'S OF INTERVENTION ARE  MAFEKINO WILL NOT SURRENDER  Bombarded for Three Hours.  Capetown,.October 29.���The following  dispatch, dated October 23rd, has been  received from Mafeking: The enemy began a ''bombardment of Mafeking at 7:40  a. m. today, fit a range of tAvo miles and  a hillf, their battery of three Krupp guns  throwing seven pound, nine pound,, and  twelve ..pound explosive shells. At the  outset the firing AA'as erratic, but ultimately the Boers got the range and sent  a number of shells into the town. Comparatively little damage aviis done, a eon-  A'ent Avhich had been converted into a  hospital, being the chief sufferer. This  building Avas struck three times.  Apparently the Boer ammunition avjis  inferior. No casualties Avere sustained  by the British, and only one shot Avas returned. This, however, aa'jis so Avell  directed jis to disable one of the enemy's  guns. After three hours the Boei's .sent  an envoy to ask the town to preparo for  surrender. Colonel Baden-PoAvell, the  British. commander, replied in the  negative.    The shelling was nob resumed.  A. later despatch from Mafeking says  the Boers are in-possession of the Avater  Avorks and htive cut off the supply. This  occasions no anxiety because an ample  supply is available in tanks aud wells."  During a sorties-tills OA-ening the British  encountered the enemy three,miles off to  the north*. The Boers had apparently  been warned and returned the British fire  iu an earnest Avay^Avith. a Avell managed  machine gun. . Our men had po intention  of pressing au attack, they retired ini-  medkttely." The conduct of our "men Avas  splendid. The loss of the enemy, could  not be ascertained.  Ladysmith Not Yet Attacked.  Ladysmith, October 29.���At 5:25 p.m.  everything here remains quiet, and the  water supply is being renewed. A number of resident civilians have been ordered to Icjive the town under pcmilty of  arrest. Lieutenant Miklejohn, of the  Gordon 1 Lighlanders, avIio avjis Avounded  at Elandslaagte in the arm, is improving  after amputation of the member.  Oaphtow.v, October 29.���A dispatch  from Ladysjiij,fch dated October 2<ith ssiys:  "Several sorties liave been made but the  last rceonnoitoring party failed to discover tho enemy. A dispatch to tho  South African News, from Pretoria, ssiys  the Boer loss at Elandslaugte aviis thirty-  six killed and sixty-four wounded.  Do Not Favor Arbitration.  Antwerp, October 29.���There is ji decided reaction of feeling in regard to intervention- by the powers betAveen Great  Britain and the South African republics.  The Dutch politicians iioav declare - that  arbitration Avould certainly be too faA>-or-  able to England. The shipping trade is  greatly alarmed. The Jinnonncement  by Lloyds that ten guineas Avar risk is  paid betAveen England and Russian ports  created a panic on the exchange. The  anti-British tone of the Belgian press is  moderating, OAving to several official  Avai-nings about the necessity of maintaining cordial relations Avith England.  The Sick and Wounded Well Cared Por.  London, October 29.���Today's mail  brought an interesting dispatch from  Pretoria respecting the Boer arrangements for dealing Avith the sick and  Avounded. The Ti'ansvaal has the orthodox Red Cross Society and  an  efficient  Boer Contingent Secretly Raised in Holland.  Neav Your, October 29.���The London  correspondent of the Sun says the British  government luis reeeiA-ed positive information that tv contingent numbering  .about 1000 lias been secretly raised in  Holland to help tho Boers. Wealthy  Amsterdam merchants found the money  for the equipment.--Over -tAvo -hundred  men ai-e already enroute, and the re-  raainder Avill folIoAV in small detachments  as they can obtain transportation. The  rendezvous being Koomatiport, on tho  Portuguese frontier, Avhere the commandant has been instructed Avhat to do  Avith them. The men tt-iwel as returning  Ti'ansA-tial citizens, and it is not believed  that the Portuguese government can prevent them from proceeding over tho railway to the frontier. Probably the Bi'itish government has already made some  sort of representations to the Dutch government, but the first confirmatory neAvs  Avill likely come from Lorenzo Marquez",  Avhich is the chief town on Delagoa bay,  in an announcement thatthe Dutch have  been prcA-ented from landing. The goA'-  ei'iior at Lorenzo Marques** is as zealous  as though a salaried Biitish agent, and it  is presumed that he acts on instructions  from Lisbon.   France .Will Not Interfere. ���  Paris, October 29.���Although there.is  much hostility to Great Britain shown in  the French press, moderate papers - like  the Figaro, the Temps and the Debats,  "which reflect the A'iews held sit the Qiuii  d'orsay, recognize the sheer folly of  French interference ��� Avith Great Britain  in the Transvaal and give promise to the  exemplary neutral attitude observed by  president MeKinley Avhen the petition for  mediation avjis presented to him at  Washington. The decision of bhe cabinet  is stilted here to haA'e been a communication to the continental powers, informing  them that the United States will not  participate in any interference in the  South African conflict, nor take a cour.se  hostile to the interests or Avishes of Great  Britain. It is stiid on high authority here  to represent exactly the course adopted  by the French government.  Pronounced Idle Fiction.  London, October 29.���All rumors that  the European  poAvers  Avill intervene in  the  Transvaal  are  idle fiction.    France  and Russia may luive some ulterior purposes' if convenient opportunity arises for  carrying them  out,  but thei'e Avould be  no attempt  to ' secure a  coalition of the  poAvers in favor of peace or enforcement  of the principles  of the  congress at The  Hague.    France may ultimately purchase  Cueta and  the  Canaries from  Spain, or  take possession  of Morocco, and Russia  may',\ swoop ���   down   upon    Herat    and  strengthen her  hold  upon either Persia  or China,  but tliese  siggressive policies  AA'ill be deferred  until  England is deeply  involved in South African affairs, if any  attempts be made  to take advantage of  the war.    The arbitration arrangements  adopted at the  peace congress cannot be  applied  to  the  Transvaal  war Avithout  the consent of England, and no European  power,is prepared to affront the British  government by suggesting that the names  ofthe Orange Free State and the South  African Republic  Avere   in  the  original  list of the poAvers which the Dutch government submitted to.jbhe approval of count  Muraviff before: invitations to the  peace  conference'were sent orit..   This list avjis  revised.at'St. Petersburg, and  Avhen  the  Dutch ministers tried, the  names of the  tAvo Dutch republics in Soutli Africa had  been  dropped.     Russia  Avas responsible  for the exclusion of these  two coiiiinon-  Avealths'.from  the congress.    They were  shut out because it was suspected  at St.  Petersburg that England would not allow  themto be classed Avith sovereign states.  Russia excluded them from participation  iu  the  proceedings  at The  Hague,  but  president Kruger by his ultimatum took  the most effective measures for interrupting the natural course of mediation  and  arbitration.     He suddenly' brought the  negotiations to an end and rendered Avar  unavoidable, and in this Avay allowed  no  time for the  application of these pacific  forces  Avhich   the  congress  had recommended  for a general  adoption.    When  Avar; had once begun it was ' too late for  either   the   Boei-s   or .any   sympathetic  nation to  suggest arbitration or mediation;  - - - *  Arbitration Avould have  been  equally-  futile after the battles  of, Manila and'  Ssmtia'go,'in the. Spanish-American AA'ar.  The suggestion that the American  government shall intervene intho interest of-  peace is  regarded in, diplomatic cii-cles  here as & vagary "as  flimsy as  Ophelia's  dreams..   The British government Avent  out of its  Avay before and during tho  Spanish-American Avar to prevent European intervention in the Cuban question.  It is .con tended by public men here that  it  Avould be a,J shabby   return -for this  favor, if the American government Avere  now"to thrust  its good  offices unasked  upon Great Britain, and  suggest either  arbitration or mediation tis ii meiins of  restoring peace.    No serious attention is  paid to rumors that such action is in contemplation in America.  It is repeatedly asserted that the Transvaal is prepared to issne lettei-s of marque,  their accredited envoy, Dr. Leyds, being  fully empowered in that regard, and that  arrangements are being made Jit Amster-  dam to fit out a SAvift steamer. Tt is believed, hoAvever, that" "this projecTThiis"  been abandoned OAving to the vigilance  of British ships of Avar in the English  channel, which Would make it hopeless  for any privateer to get clear JiAvsiy into  the opeii sea unobserved. Except sis to  Holland, there appeal's to be no popular  sympathy Avith the Boers sufficiently  strong to induce the sympathizers to run  risks.  In Normandy it is understood that ti  number of officers on the retired list have  gone to the Ti'ansvaal, and others are  preparing to go, all carrying commissions  iu tho Boer Jinny, given through Dr.  Leyds*. The arrangement in each case is  for each officer to pay his oavu transport  tation as-far as Koomentfar, but are to  receive pay on taking duty. These men  are actuated purely by professional in-*  terest, and doubtless would jis readily  liave accepted commissions in the British  army, if they could have been obtained.  It is Ayorbhy of note that the Italian  govei'iniient has not issued si declaration  of neutrality, smd the purchase of mules'  by British agents continues unchecked,  on the ground that they are not contraband. In the Vatican no attempt has  been made - to hide the sympathy for  England. It is understood, moreoA*er,  that the Catholic prelates of .South  Africa haA'e been instructed to give no  moral support to the Transvaal or Orange  Free State, because in both these countries the fsiithful have always been under  the bann, Avhile in England and the  colonies there is no cause for complaint.  THREE WAYS, EITHER OF WHICH  Would be Satisfactory to Canada.  Nkw' Y��bk. October   29.���Sir   Louis  Davies, Canadian minister of marine and  'fisheries, arrived here  yesterday-on  the  Cunaid    line   .steamer   Campania.      HW  Avent to-England three weeks ago  to lay  before tho imperial government Canada's  views on the Alaskan boundary question.  With  him  Avent the under secretary of  state, Joseph Pope, and  the chief astronomer,  W. F. King,  avIio  surveyed  tho  line for Canada.    When seen on the pier  yesterday   sir   Louis  said:     "I   cannot  speak  at" length-about the Avork accomplished in England, as it is  confidential.  As; has been published, a  temporary tir-  rangement has been agreed  upon,, and in  so far as it .will-'prevent local -friction- it  is satisfactory.   The modus vivendi does  not, hoAveyer, foreshadoAV Avhat the  permanent solution  of the dispute Avill be.  It is absolutely necessary for us to coihe  tofsome understanding,-for., we have large  interests there, and the situation Avas becoming intolerable.    The joint high commission  AA'ill  ai*riiiige  the conditions on  Avhich the question can be settled.    Canada AA'ants  only Avhat   arbitration Avill  give.us.    We are not grasping or seeking  concessions.       What   Ave   want   is   out-  rights.". ���-.-.  .Sir Louis added'that both lord Salisbury and -Mr. Chamberlain had.told him  they Avere determined to have' the question settled amicably, and he said they  scouted tlie idea of any other means being  used but die most friendly ones. "I may  "say," added sir Louis, "that the Canadian  government entertains similar- feelings.  We haye three propositions to make,  Avliieh are: Unconditional arbitration of  ;the Avhole dispute; arbitration ou similar  terms to the Venezulan arbitration; or  arbibration on the basis that if the United  Stabes shall keep Dyea and Skaguay, it  Avill concede Pyramid harbor and adjacent territory to Canada, thus giving  us a harbor on the Lynn canal. Lord  Salisbury is ready to adopt either of these  propositions. I cannot say how soon the  matter Avill be settled, but I hsive no  .doubt that the time is not f;ir distant."  ceived a chorus of praise, came about in  the'following Avay:   Tho director general  of the army medical department, having  in view the   probability of tliere beimr  sevei-al lines  of  communication, thought  it Avould be  desirable to haA'e consulting  .surgeons of  large  experience Avith each  force.    These surgeons  Avould  be especially useful in cases Avhere the question of  major operations might arise, and Avould  relieve  the   already  busy ordinary surgeons of great anxiety and lesponsibility.  The marquis of Lansdowne, the secretary  of state for Avar,  agreed  that the emergency-aviis one  of  Avhich  the leading civilian  surgeons might   be   notified.    He  therefore asked  the  advice  of professor  ���McCorniick,  avIio  immediately proffeied  his "ownservices,  Avhich are  of the most  valuable   nature.    His   experience   Avith  surgery in the  field  is unrivalled in this  country, and specially equipped surgeons  Avill accompany him.  During the Franco-  Prussian Avar many leading German civilian surgeons  gswe  tlieir services to the  army in a consulting capacity.    The same  was true of the Russian surgeons dining  the Russo-Turkish Avar.  SARDINIAN SAILS AT NOON TODAY  With the Canadian Contingent.  Private advices received iu Nelson yesterday Avere to the effect that the Ctma-  dism contingent AA'ere to sail on the  Sardinian from Quebec City ab noon today, instead of at noon on Tuesday.  Every man of the thousand avjis in good  condition and good spirits. Captain  Hodgins of Nelson Avas piesented Avith a  SAvdrd Avhile en route through Montreal,  the gift of his felloAV-townsmen.  Kincardine Merchant Dead.  Kincardinr, Ontario, October 29.- -  Robert Farrel, a Avell known merchant,  stepped on a defective plank today and  fell to the ground, a distance of fourteen  feet, sustaining fatal injuries.  Will Avenge General Coliey's Death.  London, October 29.���Both the kite sir  George Coliey's brothersTin-laAv are among  the' officers" ordered "out"to the' Transvaal:  Lieutenant-colonel Gilbert Hamilton, an  old HounsloAV officer, AVill command the  14th King's Hussars. He has" an almost  aniqueL record, hsiving commenced his  career jis si trooper iu the Life Guards at  London and spent five years in the ranks.  .He has held tAvo staff .'appointments in  India. He     received     his     baptism  of ,fire in the Afghan "war, and  sifter wards served uuder the-- ill-fated  sir George in' the Taansvaal campaign.  Brevefceolonel Bruce Hamilton, P. S. C,.  Avho is five years the junior of his csivalry  brotbfer, is his senior in army rank. He  avsis A. D.C. to lord Reay Avhile governor  of Bombay. "Colonel Hamilton avjis also  on sir George Coliey's staff in the -Traus-  vaal, smd holds decoj'ations for Afghanis-  ban, Ashauti, and Benin. He Avill iioav  act as assistant adjutant-general on sir  C. P. Qlery's staff.  Big Steamers for the Pacific.   James_J._IIilI has coutracted-in England.  for the construction of tAA'o immense steel  steamships for the trans-Pacific trade be-  tAA'een Seattle and Jiipan. It is stated  that a Clyde firm litis the contract and  that-the ships Avill be monsters, Hi feet  longer than the neAV Oceanic of the  Atlantic. Each Avill be 750 feet and  20,900 tons burden. They cannot be in  service until late in 1900and if the Pacific  trade continues to expand they AVill not  be out of place there.  Martin Campaigning m Winnipeg.  WiXNUMSii, October 29.--,Toseph .Martin,  until lately attorney general of British  Columbia, hsis returned from Ottawa on  his Avay to the coast.' lie slopped over  in this city to- assist'his brother iu his  candidature for this city in the approaching bye-election for the commons.  President Steyn May be Deposed.  , London, October 29.���According to a  special dispatch from Capetown received  today, rumors of dissension at Bloemfoutein, the capital of Orange Free State,  have reached "Capetown. It is, said a  moA'emeiit is afoot to depose Steyn jind  install Frazer sis president.  Death of William Greig.  Victoria, October 28.���-There is genuine I'egi'et in musical cii-cles iu this city  over the news of the death in California  of  William  Greig, the  founder of Vic-  The Great Northern's Big Tunnel.  Si'Okanb, October 29.���But about ."3000  feet of rock uoav separates the tunnels of  the Great Northern in running through  the Cascade mountains from the east and  Avest sides. Satuiday night, ono Aveek  sigo, 8004 feet of the tunnel liad been  completed and at that time 5249 feet remained to be done. This has been reduced  nearly 200 feet iu the AA'eek. Tt is estimated that the en tiie tunnel will be completed within a year as Avithin the last  tAvelve months 5117 feet has been bored.  ,H. W. EdAvards of Spokane, assistant  engineer "of the Great Northern, is in  charge of the tunnel construction. He  says theie aie about 500 men employed  constantly on the Avork aside from a  small siiniy of clerks and timekeepers.  Like sill other railroad construction Avoik  in the Avest ti'ouble is experienced in  securing meiij   Mark Hanna  Buys the P. I,  - SpokXni:, October 29.���The Seattle  Post-Inrelligencer has been sold to men  representing Mark Hanna of Ohio and  Henry C, Payne of Wisconsin. For eight-  eeen months the big Seattle daily hsis  been in the hands of bhe foi mer oivners  of the Le Roi mine, prominent among  whom are senator George Turner, colonel  W, W." D. Turner, colonel William llid-  -path and Flank Graves. The paper,  Avhich has been "nominally a republican  organ, was popularly supposed bo be in a  position to clunigo in caso senator Turner  again sought election to the United Status  senate, hence the efforts of senator Hanna  and associates to buy it and make it an  administration organ pure and simple.  NO TIME ISTOBELOST IN MAKING  The City a Proposition.  President Shaughnessy of the Cariadiaii  Pacific Railway Company proposes to  give the people of Nelson an early ou-  portunity of saying Avhether or not they  are desirous tluit Nelson shall be made a  divisional point on the Canadian Pacific  company's railway system. The raihvay  company is prepared to get to Avork at  once, and superintendent Marpole Avill  return to Nelson sometime during next  Aveek and submit the raihvay company's  proposition to the city council.  Although  no details   have   yet been  published, it is stated that the company  proposes  to  make  very  heavy expenditures in Nelson.    The present yard  is to  be remodelled, and  the  frame  buildings  which     do     duty     at      present     are  to be replaced by substantial structures.  As the company will  endeavor  to  havo  all   the   new  buildings  aboi-e ordinary  high Avater it will be necessary  to  move  the depot and freight shed  in  closer to  the high gtound on Vernon street, beloAv  Raihvay sti-eet, and  iu  order  to  get a  little more room, one part of the railway  company's request a\ ill be that the people  of Nelson psiss a byltiw condemning the  blind  ends of Vernon,  Baker,  Victoria  and Slocan streets and turning the same  over to the company.    The  second  part  of the company's request A.ill'be that the  company's   divisional   facilities,    depot,  etc., shall be  exempted  from  municipal  tsixation for a  gh'en  number of years.  The company is pi-epared  to commence  AA'ork  upon the buildings as soon as the  bylaAV is passed.  The matter of the recreation grounds  will be adjusted sit the same time upon  the basis arranged in the first instance  between the city, the provincial government, and the railway company, by Avhich  the raihA'ay company conveys the present  recreation grounds to the city and le-  ceives from the government the unsold  lots in the railway fiat.  Nothing has been announced yet Avith  respect to the building of the branch  from Nelson to Balfour, further thsm tliat  the Avork Avill be in hand in January next.  There is the possibility, however, thsit  Avork   may be commenced   next month.  Kootenay Men in Phoenix.  Phoenix, the Boundary toAvn that is to  be to that section Avhsit Rossland is to  Trail Creek district and Sandon to Slocan^.  district, is filling up Avith rustlers from  Kootenay. Ira W. Black, foimerly of  Bear Lake, Three Forks and Sandon, has  a hotel in full blast. A. P. McKenzie,  formerly Avith W. F. Teetzel & ,Co. of  Nelson, has a drug store and is- doing  business. 1.. B. Kerr, for along time the  leading lawyer of NeAV Denver, is located  theie. William Hunter, a pioneer of  Nelson, NeAv" Denver, Silverton, Three-  Foiks, Sandon, and Alamo, is erecting a  building and Avill open a general merchandise stoie theie next month.  Yield is Small at Atlin,  Victoria, October 29.---C. B. .Jones of  the Atlin firm of Rant & Jones is (Ioavd  from tlie noi th. in speaking of the district he said McKee creek is undoubtedly  the best and most easily Avorked  creek in tho district. From dis-  coveiy up to 40 above it Avill average an ounce a day per man, and in  some cases tho output has been as high  as five ounces por day to tho man. .On  October 15th till Avork aviis suspended.  OAving to cold Aveather having set in. It  is expected that about 500 people Avi.ll  winter iu Atlin this winter.       ;  toria's celebrated Arion club,  left for  California  early  this  search of health.  Mr. Greig  spring  in  Civilian Surtreons Called on for Duty.  London, October 29.���The offer of sir  William McCorniick, president of the  Royal College of Surgeons and surgeon-  in-ordinary to the prince of Wales, to go  to the  front,  in  South Africa, which re-  Trouble Expected in Turkey.  London, October 29. ���"'Regarding  European intervention, Great. Britain's  plans to meet such an emergency continue.  The Journal de Geneve'published a .'dispatch fi'om Constantinople saying that  Russia intends handing the porte a note  under an eai'ly date demanding the opening of the' Bospliorus and Dsxrdcuelles.  Unless Great Britain i.s a party to such ji  demand,' Russia's action will undoubtedly  stir up a hornet's nest, compared Avith  Avhich the Transvaal is insignificant.  Antipathy Increases  Day by Day.  Pa His, Octobci' 29.���The Avar in .South  Africa continues to rh'etthc attention of  the public and dominates the political  situation. Popular sympathy Avilh the  Boers, or more accurately, popular antipathy tt) England, increases day by day.  Abusive caricatures of queen Victoria,  Mr. Chamberlain, and the British generals nnd Tommy Atkins appear in The  Patrie, tho Petit Bleu, the Echo de Paris,  and the Ori de Paris.  Not a Dollar for the Right of Way.  As the city council does not appear inclined to make any proposition tt) the  local tram way company for a right of  AA'ay across the tram\A"ay company's property beyond the eastern limits of the  city, the company ha, ill take steps to stop  further trespass. This Avill block the  ptescnt road to the NeLon & Fort Sheppard laihvay depot, but the city and the  owners of Fairview Addition hsive ar-  raut-;ed to build a road equally as short  smd as good as the present one. They  ssiy they do not intend to be hung up by .  bhe tisiiuway people.  Have Not Accepted the $3 Wage.  There  aro  few   idle  union  miners , in    ���  Kootenay, and jio single'one of them is  ���Avorkiug fot-the- scale-of -Avages- fixed_by '~y *"  the Mine Managers'  Combines tit Nelson -  and .Sandon in iMay hist, sjure only sit the  Sih'cr King,  at wliich  the men are now  being paid the same rate for eight hours  thsit they formerly received for ten. This    ���'  is for the benefit  of  the cheap-labor or--  gans, like the Miner of Nelsou, avIio avou Id ' *  have it appetir  that  the members of the  union af; Nelson aro breaking aAvay anrl  accepting the minO managers' scale of $3  .'i day.   The Tracks Should bo Connected.  The Canadian Pacific railway has5 a  monopoly in the Bouiulary transports!-'  tion business. Even the Bossbui'g route,  by Avhich freight wsis teamed from Boss-  burg to Grand Forks and other Boundary  points is iioav closed. No repairs avjis  made on the road this summer aud it i.s  iioav impassible."-All Boundary freight  originating in the United. States is now  bi'ought to Nelson and foi-AA-ardetl over  "the Ciinadiun Pacific. Tho Nelson & Fort  Sheppard raihvay turned oA'er four cars  to the Canadian Pacific on Ssiturdav.  Will' be Completed by Thursday.  It is expected that the alternating  dy-  imniu and the new Pelton Avheel to operate it ivill be installed and connected up  by Thurshay. The portion of the toAvn  east of Josephine and south of Silica avOI  be on the alternator, smd tho remainder  of tho town on tho direct current machines. It remains to be seen Avhether  there will be sufficient water to run the  whole plant, as fully .'}50 horse poAA'er  Avill be required this winter to keep' tho  lights efficient.  Greenwood to Have a Daily Paper.  Duncan Ross of the Greenwood Miner  will, ivs soon as tho material arrives, make  his paper a daily. :\  THE  TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B.C., MONDAY,  OCTOBER  30,  1899.  .W-"'**!:^:'^''-^:^*^-'"'"***''^'^:^ -  ��� ������ ':y ^Jtf  m  (^atl^moval^a  B  B Notwithstanding the volume of business transacted at our store  ^ last week, this second week of our great removal sale finds us with  Jra a larger and better stock than ever.    Daily influx of goods more than  B fi" the gap of yesterday.   This week we placed in stock an immense  B range of Ladies' Suits, new, fashionable and the   best   material   that  jTO money can buy.    Jackets silk lined  and  skirts   lined with good per-  B caline.    In every way these suits  are a credit  to the art of tailoring  B anc|   certainly are the   best value and   nattiest   styles  ever shown in  (A the city.    You should not miss an opportunity of seeing these.  #  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  in bad condition, so bad that the- '*��reen'"  men imported to work in them sire eveii  afraid to AA'ork in some of the stopes. Let  the mining regulations be as rigidly enforced in the metalliferous mines in  Kootenay as they are said to be in the  cosil mines on Vancouver Islsiud. The  Dunsmuirs are not the only mine  owners in British Columbia that* need  AA'atching. The Semlin goveriuneut oAves  its supporters in Kootenay some con-  sideration. It has been a trifle too lenient  Avith its enemies.  SEPARATE   PANTS  OVER 100 PAIRS JUST TO HAND  ALL WEIGHTS AND RRICES TO SELECT FROM  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  Ik Nelson is made si division point by  the Canadisin Pacific, smother step will  have been made towards making it the  chief toAvn iii southeastern Bi'itish Columbia. It is known throughout Canada as  a prosperous smd stable town. But one  thing only Avill maintain prosperity and  give permanent stability to Nelson, and  that is si payroll. A division point, at  Avhich Avill be centeredHi I the business of  si country as rich in resources as is the  southern portion of West Kootenay,  means a payroll of no small proportions.  One payroll helps to bring smother, and  the more payrolls thsit Nelson hsis. the  greater Avill be the demand for property,  both business and residential. Demand  means enhanced A'sdues, and Avhat man in  Nelson is uiiAvilling to have his real estate  holdings increase in value, as long as the  increase is not brought about by sacrificing the interests of the community as  a Avhole ?  -B  Now on Display  The Following Goods Have Just Arrived  B  W>  Hosiery  \j�� Heavy Cashmere Hose in  W Women's and Children's,  ffi direct importations and  W special value.  W ���   f       Infants  # Wool Bootees, Gaiters,  \{& Hoods, Mitts, Coats, Jack-  # ets, Coats and Wraps.  iti)  Feather Ruffs  ity    Fine   values  are  being  �� offered in these goods.  Socks  Men's Socks, all grades  of Cashmere, Heavy and  Light Weight.  Furs  In the newest shapes of  Collars, Coats, Ties, etc.  They are all right in price.  Golf Capes  A   second   lot   of these  have just arrived. They  are   good   in   style and  qualzty.  Jackets  Ladies' Jackets in all  the newest designs and  colors.    Very low in price.  Silk Waists  An endless variety at  all prices. Everyone can  be pleased from, our assortment.  B  B-  B  B  B  B  B  B  Plaids  Beautiful designs and  colors all wove, and suitable for waists and skirts.  Wholesale  Houses  _ERATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  THOKI'K & CO.. LIAHTKD.���Corner Vernon ami Cedar  streets, Nelson, inaiuifacttirerK of and wholesale  dcalcis in ii'i'iitcd witters and fruit, syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon Springs mineral wilier.  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  F. TKKTZKIj & CO.���Cornel- linker and Josephine .sireels, Xelson, wholesale dealers in as-  Kayers' supplies. .Agents for Denver Fire Clay Co. of  Denver. Coloiudo.   CIGARS.  Cor-  XcNon, manufacturers  JCoolenay JJelle" brands of cigars.  w.  KOOTENAY CIGAK MANUFACTURING CO.  ner liakcrand Hall streets  of "Jtoyal Seal" and  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H.T. EVANS & CO.���Haker si reel, Nelson, wholesale  ��� dealers in lifpiorx, uitf.ir.s, cuiiienl, life brick and  lire clay, water pipe und steel rail.i, and general com-  mission merchants. __, *   FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & JvKlt *M1LI,1NG COMPANY J.TD.-  Pront struct, Nelson, wholewiliMloalori  mc;il, cte., and hay and grain,  toriu, and New W estminstcr,  JMill.p  in Hour, out-  at J'.'dmonton, Vic-  GROCERIES.   ., ,  AMACDONATjD & CO.���Corner Vernon and .losc-  ��� pliine ���������streets, -\\ liolesjilc grocers and jobbers fii  rblafikcts, gloves mitts, boots, rubbers, iiiiitikiiHiws and  jn iliers'^su ndries.' ; ; "  KOOTKXAY   EJUPPDY  'COMPANY,    IJMITKD���  Vernon street. XeJsofi, wholesale grocers.  JOHN   CHOLUJTCJI  wiiolcsiilo grocers.  & CO J<"*orit street,  Nelson,  FRESH AND SALT  P   BURNS  & CO.���Bakor hired.  , ���   dealers in fresh and cured meats. .Coldsloratce.  MEATS.  Nelson, Avholesalc  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYKKS & CO.���Corner Haker and .losepliino streets,  ���   Nelson, wholesale dealer-, in hardware and miuiug  supplies.  Agent*! J*pr Ciant Powder Co.  LAWHKNCK HAHDWARK- CO.MJ'AXY--Uakor St.,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining  Supplies, and water and plumbers' supplies.     .  AXCOUVKR HA RDAVAIiK COMPANY, LIMITKD  ���Jiiiker street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmithb' .supplies. , . i   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, "UKKTON &,CO.-Corn0r Vornon and Josephine streets, Nelson, wliolcsjile dealers in liquors,  cigars and, dry goods. Agents for J'absl, Drawing Co. of  "Milwaukee and Calgary JJrovving Co. of Calgary.  liossland   or   any   other   toAvn.     There  never  luis  been   any very   lively   competition in the  fresh meat   business  in  Kootenay, mid the firm of P. Burns & Co.  i.s tlie  successors of the  firm  tluit first  started  the business in Nelson  iu 1S89.  When there AA'as competition, no one engaged in the business made money, and  the meats supplied fivere of no  greater  variety or better quality than  Jire  sui)-  plied  now. and Ave doubt if the price to  consumers was any lower.   If the people  of Jlossland are  being  "cinched," surely  they need not be for tiny length of time.  Spokane is less than eight hours distant,  and trains run every clay.   ,Wliat is the  'matter Avitlrthe. Mirier buying its steaks  and chops arid roasts in .Spokanc���Avhere  tliey tire so cheap���and getting them deli vered by express?   "P.Burns & Co. are  making money in tlie fresh mci.it business  ,ancl  they .should, for they'have over a  quarter of a*-million dollars invested in  'markets, cold storage plants, and cattle  ���all in Canada. ' '  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  m  m  Our aim is to have the Right Goods  at the Right Price.  INCORPORATED 1670.  w  Irvine  Go.  B  B  B  - _i_ POWDER, -CAPS- AND-FUSE.   HAMILTON   POAVDKR   COMPANY���Raker street,  Nelson,   manufacturers   of    dynamite,   sporting,  stumping and black blasting powders, wliolesjile dealera  , in ca)is and fuse, and electric blasting apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARJ50NS   J'RODUC'K   COMPANA"*��� Vernon' street,  Nelson, wholesilo dealers jn   iirovisions, produce,  and fruits.   Agents for awif1,8c Co. bucon and bains.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.- Cortmr Vernon ami Josephine  ���   street*,  Nelson,  wholesale dealers  in  provisions,  cured ineatu, buller and e|fgs.   fjl R. .STKW'AHT & CO.-AVuii-hoiises on O. P. R.  ���*��� ��� (rack, foot of Stanley street, Nelson, wholesale  dcalurs in provisions, produce and frnita. Cold storage.  AgenlH Armour & C'o.'u bacon, liains, lard and other products.  SASH AND DOORS.  ���KTKLSON SAAV AMI PIjANINC M11AJ3, LrMlTKD-  J���,, Corner Front and Hall stj-eets, Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesalo dcalew in sash and doorw;  Muds of factory work inutlo to order.  all  WINES AND CIGARS.  OAMFORNIA AVINB COMPANY. U"AriTKP-Corner I'rout and Hull streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers  In winqn (case and bulk) and dometilie and imported  cigars.   -   Dailt 'Edttiok...,,  wkkklt Koitjow.  ....FinsT Year, No. 255  . Seventh Ykak, No. JO  Tub Rossland Miner is agitated over  the fact tluit L*. Burns ��fc Co. have a  monopoly of the fresh meat business in  that town, and that, in consequence  ,thereof, the pi'iee of beef, mutton and  poi'k is higher tliere thjin in Spokane and  Vancouver, toAvns in Avhich there are  competing dealers. Jt is true that P.  Burns & Co. luive Avhat is pi'actically ji  monopoly of the fresh meat business, not  only in liossland, but in eA-ery town in  West Kootenay and several of the toAvns  in Yale ; but it in not true that they are  demanding the pound   of ileah, either  at  It is not likely thatthe city  AA'ill  pay  the   traniAvay company a   dollar for a  right-of-way   for   ji   road   through   tho  Jliimo Addition   over  land  the  title to  -which Aya's recently jicquii'cd bythe ti'ain-  Avay company.    The, traiiiAvay  company  people got ti Free  light-of-Avay over  the  ���"streets of Nelson.    They liave laid  rails  in   the   streets, that   impede traffic  by  Avagon.   They have not laid their track  to grade. In fact, they* haA'e not done anything that they did not Avant to do.   They  had to run acrosspriA-ale property in the  Hume Addition, Avhich is outside tlie city  ^iinits,-aiul-noAvthcyAA^int"the"city_Lo'pt-i,y  ���forthe land  that they themselves  must  haAre.    They are uuAvilllng to skite Iioav  much they paid for tlie land iu question,  or Avhether they paid anything.   They  Avant the city to go it blind in offering  them a sum for tlie privilegeof using t\ road  alongside their tnumvay track.   The city  should lcju'e them .severely alone in  the  Hume Addition, and compel them to comply strictly Avith the terms of the byljiAV  Avhich giA'es them the right to do business iu Nelson. * .  At the Ymjr mine, Avhicli" is managed  by J. Roderick Robertson, a\-1io is president of the Nelson Hoard of Ti*ade, less  tlian tAveiity men 'arc employed underground. In tlie other mines in Ymir district one hundred Jind fifty men are employed underground. " At the Ymir mine  the mon are paid .$2.50 and $3 a day. ' At  all the other mines the men are paid $3  and $3.50 a. chiy. Yet thei-e are people  Avho Avant the men avIio fire receiving the  higher rate to confer Avith J. Roderick, in  oi'der tluit their wages siuill be reduced  to the rate that he sees fit to pay. This  looks too much jis if tho tail avjis trying  to Avag the dog.  Thk Trihunk timidly suggests that the  .Semlin government instructs the inspector of metalliferous mines to inspect  the mines now being Avorked by the head  pushers of the mine managers' jiksocih-  tions.     Some of them ju*e reported to be  We carry in stock the following well  known brands of cigars.  Imported       _'  ,;  a ' "���  BOCKY- CIA, all sizes  -     HENRY-CLAY, all sizes.  H. UPMAN *  *  EL TRIUMFO  y,LA LOLAS  LA HAMADA  FLOR DE LA ISABELA  Domestic . -  FLOR DE BAHAMA  ROSEBUDS  RELIANCE BOQUET  KEY, WEST  ESPANOLAS, Etc.  '\$L  Baker  Street,   JNel<sori.  ���2S  "�����_5-^- ��� " ���'   ��� " ���' '"  ���'"  ^   fB'  e?-t  '��Z>'cS)'l��>'   l^^^-s^  !��"���-; i��3 >^ i_a^aj^^^i  '    '���-      '' -#  Big  Hudson's Bay o.  Beer or Half^  etnd=Ha_f  ooner gy  lO  Always  Always  Fi**esh  Cool  Telephone 13  f  s  WHOLESALE  Produce  Company  Butter,  Eggs,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  THE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON. IS  AT THE  FOR SALE  BUSrNKSS AND KESIDKNTIAL  .PllOPKKTY  FOE "FALL PLANTING  TULIPS  NARCISSUS  EASTER LILIES  HYACINTHS  CROCUS  Corner Silicu and  Stanley iS'reel4?.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF BACON  Full stocks  carried at  Nelson   and  Rossland.    Mail orders solicited.  MAIB (MOBS AHD. HAIB OBIAMBNTS  Switches from $2 up.  Smoke...  BOYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY, BELLE  CIGARS.   .    .   r  . ..  Canada Drag and Book Co.,  Corner of Baker and Stanley Streotfl. Nelson  UNION   MADE  nay  MKS, J. AV. KEARNEYhna opened a Ladies Hnir Dressing Parlor in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and i8 prepared to fu'nish everything in tho way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of the scalp a. specialty.  Special lotice to tfee People of Kootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  of the people, as I have in my department a first-class optician, f have a  large selection of gold frames and the  very best of lenses. Call and get your  eyes examined at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  Nelson Iron Works  MANWACTUBKRS OF  EUSTGHNHS; BOI*_BKS. SHAPTINO, IKON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVKRY DESCRIPTION  Ropairs -promptly allou-cd to.      P. O. llax 173.  Cigar lanfg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  R. REISTERER & CO.  '    BREWERS AND- BOTTLERS OF  ,ger Beer*-  Prompt and regular  delivery to the tirade.  Brewery at Nelson.  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a first-class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outsido points.  Bulbs���fof  Fall  Planting  20,000 Holland Bulbs tonrrirc in Septeniber; 5000 Japan  Lilies to arrive in October; JaQORhododendrons,-A-takuM,  Afiignolias, UOpSC*. etc. to arrive in October. Thousands  of Roses, Cumeliiis, Kmit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs,  elc., growing on my own grounds for tho /nil trade.  Catalogue free.  M�� J. Henry     -     Vancouver, B. C.  MRS. BROUGHAM  WILL 01VH A  Farewell  Concert  IX.TRIO NKLSON Ol'KRA HOUSK O.V '  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, ,1899  A8KIS'ITI> IIV  Miss Curry. _fi\s. \V. A. Macdonald. Mv. Vrunk Oliver (of  liossland), Mr. Kydd, .Mr. li.M. .Maedonnlil, Mr. Ilnn-is,  Hei-r Steiner, Mv. and Mrs. Aiuliluold, and a chorus of  ladles and gcnllemen.  .Seals c��n now be iaJtois at- the Thomson Stiitioncry Co.  and Die Canada Unhand Rook Co.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NELSON, B.C.  CoJTce roasters and dealers in Tea and CoJTeo.  OJl'er fresh roasted co/ree of best quality us follows:  Java and Arabian Mocha, por pound ��  JO  ,.Fava and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds -...,,  1 00  Santos Blond, 5 pounds  J. 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds... ...:.. 1 0<)  Our Rio Roivst, 6 pounds  100  A trial order solicited.  30 by 120, Bakor  street, bclween Josephine and  Ward streets , %  50 by 120, Baker st-rect, between Josephine and Hall  Bt rects, cornor. .���.,,..,. ,,   25 by 120-with fmpravoinonts, south sido of Vornon  street ,,  sooo  50 by 120 with improvements, south sido of ������ Vernon  street.....' .'.'G0OO  2}lots withcottago"rented at .MpermouUi, Victoria  street,......., .- ; 3500  2 lots with cottage routed at ?20 por mouth, Stanley  street ��� , ;  3000  C lots in block !ID��� ull cleared and fenced in  2500  AGENTS FOR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  "WABD BIROS-  Real ERtato and Genera! Agonts, Baker St.. -Nokon  ANNOUNCEMENT  In consequence or incrc.asnig ill-heiillh of Sir. R. C.  A\*a(enii!ui. (ho lf.1111 of C'has. A. "Walerrnaii & Co. have  licen dissolved, and .Arllim- 1!. .Sherwood has lakcn over  Ihe business of llicir old ollice on liakur htrout, Nelson,  und will eiinliniiolhu htininoss at tlicsaine place,ns Real  J'-si4ilcumi Insnriuico tixenl. and lie will be assislcd bv  C. A. Watoriiian, jus maunder of dic Hfntal deptirlmcitli  sinil eiLi'cnf properly for non-resident, iiroperly holder*'.  The ineiiibei's ol the old lii'jn desire to llmnk I heir friends  ,-iinl ])alroils Jor (IioirpatroniiKU in Ilia pant, and solicit  d>r I lie ollice in I he future I ho business of I heir old clionls  .-md Ihe people at large, wc remain, respectfully,  C1IA.S. A. WATKRHIAN,  R. O.'nVATKRMAN,  A. R.SHICRWUOJ).  .  Xelson, October 12lh,180fl.     -  Notice to Investors and Builders  Wo give the very Best Tisrms to those  ���wishing to borrow money on improved reul  estate.  The only coinp<i,ny in the province that gives  you tlie privilege of paying' off your whole  Loan at Any Time without a Bonus on giving a 60 day notice of your intention was so.  GAMBLE ��&0��RI3__JUVS Agts.  -British Columbia Permanent Savings Si Loan Company.  Globo Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East  af  Oddfellows  Baker Stseet  -feck,,  West  Tho Nelson ��� Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  ..300  Si-jap:   Ifali Street, be(weer| Baker and Vernon, Heisop 1  _ Largo number of choice building lots adjacent to the  lino of I heir I raimvay. J<'or price ami terms of Halo apply  lo tlio ollice of Ihe company, Macdonald block, cornor of  Johophineaml Vornon Ktrcel.s.  T. O. DUNCAN, SecrelArj-.  Gharlee  D.  J.  Ohns  GENERAL, BROKER.  i3srs*rr*R__._src*E3  REAL iSSTATB AND LOANS.  FOR SALTS  i 5-Ucam TTonso  $1300 150-Foot Cornor   J-IJoom House $900  ! SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of laud within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FRED  J,   SQUIRB,    Nelson.   B.   O.  ABCEITECTS.  T|iWAUT & CAUKI_S���ArchitcclH.   Rooms 7 and 8 Ab  .1*2*  Ordoon block. Bailor stroot, Nelnoa,; THE TRIBUTE:  KELSON, B.C. MONDAY, OCTOBER. 30, 1899.  AM OF  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STRATHCONA AND  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND.  E   S. CLOUSTON   MT  ROYAL, ProBldont   Vice-ProBidont  .. .General Manager  _ST__I_SO*ISr   *B*R__."N_C'_3:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BRANCHES IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and In the principal citioR In Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Rxoliango and Cable Transfers  OKANT COMMKRCIAL AND TRAVKLLKHS' CRKDIT8,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS ISSUKD    C0Lr,KCTI0N8 MADE; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  new-Tby mail and telegraph  It is stated on good autlioi-ity that the  A'ictorious cup defender 'Columbia will  participate in the regular circuit races in  the Mediterranean and British Avaters.  Columbia will leave for the other side  early in December, and will be commanded by captain Charles Ban-, who  piloted her to victoi-y in the contests  against Shamrock.  Chief engineer Miller says that the Nelson & Bedlington and its Bonner's Fei-ry  extension will bo ready to be turned over  to the operating department within three  weeks. For the present, the steamer Alberta will connect with the raihvay.-at  Rykert's, where a platform has been con-  sti'ucted with steps leading down to the  wliarf, a"few yards distant.  Lady Symons, the widow of general  Symons, has received the following despatch from the premier of Natal: "On  behalf of the government of Natal, I tender you my sincerest sympathy on the  death of your husband, who was beloved  by all who knew him. He has given his  life in defence of this colony."  The Bielas comet hits been seen at Santiago de Chili with the naked eye.  An unidentified man on Saturday shot  and mortally wounded signor Majolt,  president of the Sicilian court of appeals,  at Palermo, Sicily. Tlie assassin escaped.  Edward L. Minis, who at one time.was  a real estate agent ��� ab Ivaslo, was tried '  at Pendleton,' Oregon, hist week for murder, Tlie jury brought in a verdict for  .manslaughter, with, a, recommendation  for mercy.  Ottmar Mcrgcnthaler, inventor of the  linotype type-setting machine, died Saturday morning lit. Baltiinoro, Maryland;  of ..consumption. He was. born in Germany in 18*51.  Loi-d Rosebory's .reapyej-u'iince in the  world of politics, by his speech at Bath  ou Wednesday, caused a renewal of  speculation as to the future ofthe Liberal  leadership.* It* is asserted on the best  authority that- sir Henry Campbell-  Bannerman, speaking at a private dinner  to Rosebery, at the Reform Club, l'ccontly,  emphatically insisted on the inevilable-  ness of lord Rosebeiy's resumption of  the lejidership.  A despatch from Johannesburg says  that tho English nurses have been put  out of the hospitals there. Dr. .Mangold  insists that English women arc not lit to  nurse the Dutch.  A dispatch from Capetown says Mr.  Hofmoyer, the Afi'ikiuider leader, has  made elaborate arrangements to Jtp-  -proadi-tho-Roers-the-moinc"iib-pcuveG-isJu-  sight. He aims at securing the independence of tho Transvaal aud the  Orange Free State, but -judging from the  queen's speech, it is doubtful ,if ucgotia:  lions on these lines will be considered.  Tho military authorities have decided  that American press correspondents at  the front in South Africa will have the  same privileges as their English colleagues. This means that they will bo  subject in common to tlie most rigorous  censorship ever known in English military  annals, aud be free to growl about it like  Anglo-Saxons.*   ' .'  No Unemployed Workers.  In New Zeahvnd each township has its  .own clerk, each borough and' city ward  tho same. Each of these officials keeps ;v  set of employment books. Any person  wishing work applies at the employment  office. His name, age, etc. are recorded  and the kind of   work he wants.     Any-  THE BANK OF  BRITISH -COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is n.ow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson* City, Yul^on. District.  one needing  help can  apply here, look  over the books jind got  acquainted with  eiich other.    All this without cost to any  one.    But this is not all.     After a mime  has been on the books two weeks  as one  deserving work the clerk's attention can  be drawn to the fact when  he will give  an order to the proper officer, Jind the ap-  plicant will be sot to work for the public,  building roads, bridges, cleaning streets,  and working  on  public  buildings,  at a  lower wage, however, than  private parties ai*e paying.    Thus if  a  day laborer  gets $1.25 a day, the public employment  bureau will give say 90  cents.    Now, no  one will work  for  the  town  at 90 cents  if he can get employment from others at  $1.25.    If ji  man  is  hard up and out of  work, he works for the public at 90 cents  and supports  himself.    The  question of  the unemployed  has  been settled satisfactorily to everyone.    If a vag should,  emigrate from America to New Zealand  and commence begging, he would be immediately turned over to the employment  bureau and  set  to work���made to work  if necessary���and then paid for his Labor.  'The vag,  you  see,  has  changed to a laborer who. need  never  be  out of work  moie than two weeks at a time.  for the plotters. All the same there is a  decided taste of "golden misery" in a  well-played; freezeout, but not of the  Ti-ansvaal brand.  GOLDEN   MISEEY.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,  Knichts of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. _". H  No,  25,  -livll, cornor  Baker ati_ Kootenay streets, every Tuesday ovening at  ���ck.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. _".  8 o'clock.  T. LILLIK, C. C.  R. G.JOY, K.ofR.&S.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M. Meota  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brothron Invited.  NKLSON L. O. L., No. 1092, moots in I. O. O. F. Hall,  corner Baker and Kootenay streets, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month,  vitod.  JOHN TOYK, W. M.  Visiting brethcrn cordially in-  F. J. BRADLEY, Kec.Soc.  NELSON   jKRIR,   Number   22,  Fraternal  Order  ot  Eagles, meets every second and fourth Wednesday in  each mouth in Fraternity Hall.   Veiling brethren welcome.  J, IRVING. President,  J. It. WRAY. Secretary.  ���KTELSON MINERS" UNION NO. OH. W. K of M.���  **   Meets in IC. P. rooms, Fmtor-uity Wall, the first and  third Saturday evenings in each month at 8 o'clock,  Vifiitinu' momMts welcome.  JAMKS WILKS, Scc'y.     -CHAS. A. McICAY. Pros.  sun,  SHORTHAND AND  TYPEWRITING.  HORTHANI), Type writing, amrbookeopinj,' ianglit.  Turmti reasonable. Apply lo Minn II. Brandt linn  ^pplewlntUe block. West, baker struct, Nolnou.  ' Under the.above headline the Standard  and Diggers' News, published Jit Johannesburg, Transvaal, says, that while the  August output of gold for that month, in  the Transvaal, reached', the total value of  over $8,000,000, and that in no-part of  the globe are mining operations carried  on under more favoi'able conditions than  in that little republic, the serpent in the  Garden of Eden has taken'a political  form and the people have eaten of the  tree of knowledge that tells of their  nakedness iu regard to biu-ghersliip  privileges, and the outcasts���self expelled  ���number thousands upon thousands, and  adds : " Strange to say, while gaunt  misery stalks abroad marking the trading community , for its prey, the  record of mining" results daily, and  profits to shareholders' increase in  propoi'tiou to the gold won. Stinnge  .anomaly       indeed-��� on the       one  handp ruin "and misery, on * the other,  bounding prospei'ity and increasing vjil-  ues."' Tliis the paper calls golden misery.  It attributes the cause of this rather  novel condition of things in South Africa  to the efforts of tho millionaires to  frighten away the miners, close down the  mines, depreciate their value,- and then  purchase tliem ,jit one-third, or less, of  their valiie.  In. this country, in the west, we would  call ic "freezing out the little fish that  the big ones could swallow the pot." This  may bo the way ,South Africa millionaires  manage such mutters, but it is rather an  expensive, not to say brutal, way of freezing out stockholders. Such things are  done differently iu the "wild and woolly  west," aud the same end is accomplished  without the shedding of blood. A prospect is developed until its i'eal ohar-  acter as a mining proposition is ascertained. The conscienceless operator  or operators then begin the fi-ee/.eout  givme7~The"propei'ty failsto pay,- stockholders are called upon to put up, the  money is sank in the pockets of the  'manipulators of the game, stockholders  become discouraged or their money gives  out,-they sell out for a song, ixiul those in  the deal gobble up the whole works. The  pi'ogrumme is varied to harmonize with  the conditions, but in the end the property passes into, the hands-of the grafters, instances are known where the  "biters were bitten," but as a general  thing the smooth workoi'S.get away with  tlie pot. The outcome of ii successful  fi'eezcont is pregnant with misery to the  swindled stockholders, it  i.s  full of-gold  GREAT REDUCTION  HAHD COAL  ANTHRACITE  ���DELIVEEEr)  Special rates for carload lots for outside points.  C. W. West & Co.  TELEPHONE  33  Wood! Wood I Wood!  Good dry wood, a!! 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 JiaS a large quantity of fir* cedar, and  tamarac slabs, in Ifipinch and 4-foot lengths, suitable for  Hie ve wood, which will be sold for . 1 tt load at tho mill  yard.  NKLSON SAW & PLANING MILLS. Limited.  Melt-on, August iai.li, USD.  A Sixty-Eight-Mile Foot Race.  Cascade Record.  Next Wednesday; an interesting foot  race will take place from the west end of  the Bull Dog tunnel to Cascade and return, over the wagon road. The distance  is about 63 miles, round trip. The contestants are Prank Corte, the Brooklyn-  Cascade mail carrier, and a man named  Walker, who is cook at the tunnel camp,  and $100 a side is the stake. Walker  claims to have a;record of 100 miles in 13  hours 33 minutes 13 seconds at New Or-  lejins. It should be an interesting event,  as both men are in good condition.  Canada is Not so Bad.  Toronto Telegram.  Canada is doing more to aid Britain in  the Ti'ansvaal than any of the other  colonies of the British nation. All the  Australian colonies have., decided .to. help  Britain, but the  decision  has iiot been  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 we will make It for you  CALL AND GKT PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  '������   HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON '  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of first-class dry material on hand, also  a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hetidryx stroet, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Johll    1^8,   Ageilt  Brick and Lime  -lime-70Ger\ts-per_1Q0 pounds.-  Will deliver in ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or on 6coWs at government wharf. -  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street        T. G-. PROOTOR, Manager  Seasoned Lumber!  Midi'arc invited for I wo million foul of woll as^orlfd  MJits'onud liimliiT, oilhur for 1I1O whole or in car loK in  mil! y.ml or dolivurod  lo (lie railroad.    l'*or iiarlicului'.-  ap. ly lo  ujmy LUiiJjHH & DKVKLOPiMKNT CO.  Lihhy, Montana.  Cut Prices is the  And I want to be in it, I havo just received  Kail wimples of Suitings and Ovor-  coiitinK** representing a 830,000 stock to  choo-po from made to your ordor at p ices  never before heard of in Nelson. All tho latest  fad-; in K*ancy VcsUhkk for Kail and winter.  Ladies' Utiloi inf? in all its branches- a special! y.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  Steve i"js,  The "Wonder"  Var trimmings just opened. Grebo skins, sable I.uIk  and he.iil* fer millinery pumohos. Lovely lines just.arrived. Tea clotlin and tray cloths wilh drawn work and  ntuinpiriK work on. Photo frauifb and mount*. Serving  cuds and little thimbles for children. Lupous in embroidery and lace work ,Vl cents-.  Novelties in Millinery  t am in receipt of the latest in millinery and riiilli-  nory novelties direct from Now York;  Call and inspeot. .  MRS. E. iV-olwAUOHLrirS  . Joscpliine Struct, near Haker. .'* >  reached without strife aud wrangling  eompai'ed to which the discussion in  Canada has been mere child's play. The  grant in Tasmania was reduced, .and iu  some of the othei- colonies the proposal to  aid.Britain was antagonized more bitterly  by men of. English .origin than in Canada  by men of Fj-encli origin.  Canada is doing nobly, and as the boys,  English and French, Protestant and  Catholic, go to the front, united for the  honor of their own dear conutry, and defence of tlie great British empire, they  will leave behind them a people oue in  the prayers for their diifety, and in the  hope... of British victory early nnd.complete.  Losses Heavier Than at Alma.  London, October 29.���Tlie large number of Bi'itish ..officers killed in the battles  which have already taken  place in Natjil  luis brought out strenuous protests from  many quarters  against the  ancieut cusr  torn of Bi'itish officers in refusing"'to-take,  cover when under fire.    From -figures at  Gleneoe it is  apparent that one out of  every four killed was an officer, whereas  the organization exists upon the principle  that to every 25 men there Is one officer.  It is evident  tluit is the .same ratio of  morality is  kept  up  the  British forces  will    become   seriously   under-officered.  Among enlisted men at Gleneoe the proportion of killed to  wounded  was  30 to  156, while ten ������ officers- were killed to 22  officers-wounded.    The difference  in the  percentage    leads    to    tlie   conclusion  that     many     of     the     officers     were  hit    more    than     once    and    kept   on  leading their men after the first wound.  The  proportion of the casualties,  as  a  whole, has caused-a thrill of  horror  and  sympathy throughout Great  Britain, for  the people  now begin  to reali/.e what a  fight with a civilized enemy means.    Old  soldiers point out that at the Alma, one  of the bloodiest battles in Gi'eat Britain's  annals, the casualties totaled only 6 per  cent, whereas, in. the Boer  engagements,  they   have   considerably  exceeded  that  figure.  ^-__^_M-n_B*--a_�� p__.��^_a_^-M_-^_-_--B-__  The Tremont Hotel  N|AL0flE _ TRECILLUS  PROPRIETORS  ag<  .C=>.C=>.l.  W  %  #  w  ���>.c=}.c>.c2.e=>.c=>.&'(S>.tz>'  mi  Appreciation  %  B  B  B  %  W  w  w  iti)  %  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  D. McArthur & Co.  ?���(=>��� e=>'i=3'  B  B  B  B  #  THE NELSON SAf k PLAK MILLS, k  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  -J THE BEST BRANDS OB*1  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET.' NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortable bedrooms and   llrut-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  BATES   S2   I?"E3_a   TZJuTZ:  We have a stock of one and a half million  feet of logs at our mill and are prepared to cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson,  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizes.  Factory work of all kinds done to order.  THE NELSON SAW 1 PLANING MILLS, m.  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.  FAIRVIEW  THE  FINEST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY !N   NELSON  All the unso'd lots in trie  Fairview Addition to Nelson are now on the m.irket at'reasonable prices and on  easy terms.    This property is very desirable for residences.   Apply to - ;  West Baker Street, Nelson J>#   JJf,    WARD,   LOCCbl Agent.  Mrs.  L C.   GIERKE, Prop.  Late of the Koyal Hotol, Calgary,  JJ0ME, Manager,  Tho IliioHt, hotel in tho interior.  Liirgo'samplo rooms.   Steam heat and oleetilcllfthw  CORNER OF "WARD AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NKLSON  The only hotel in Nelson that has romainod undor ono  management since 1890.  Tho bed-rooms aro woll furnihhed and lighted ay  electricity*,  Tho dining-room Ib not second to any In Kootenay.  TIso bar U alwayn stocked by tho best domestic and  Imported liquors and cigars.  " THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor  Vienna Restaurant  Bakor street, between Josophino and  Hp'ill streots, Nelson.  MKALS AT Ahh HOURS. DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNKCTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  ���R.     ]3C*Cr*a*R*yT *g'JRO_?*KI*E3'X'0*K  ~"       NOTICE.  On and "Her t.holst of Oclioljcr I8il!l, the Onuwl���Ceii'.rtil  Hold' will be run strictly on I lie .MuroticiUi plnn.  We hivvd littcd up a nu\v<Unin_ roiiin with n sontlntf  capiicity for one hundred' puoplo which will hu run Ml  connection with the hold. All jiiealtf ivvoiil-'y-llvu cent-1*.  payable in the dhiliiB room. Wi'llbe plcusod to furnish  nicftl tickets mi application, -  I?;oiOmKljy the dav, week or niotitli.  TlmnklilK >'��" for your gunuroiis iiatronngc in tho past,,  and triiKtiiiK to he favored with u ciinMiiuaucu of s.11110 in  the future. I remain, respectfully yours,  K. SIMPSON. -  P. Burns c�� Co.  IIkad Offiok at  NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail   ..  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Miu-kets Jit Nelson, Rossl.-uifl, Trail, K.-islo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton,  New  Denver, Itcvcl-  st/jke, Ferguson, Gi'suid Forks, Greenwood, Oasciitlc City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ���ALL KINDS OK  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Balder Street, fleison  ORDEItS 11Y MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL" ANI) PROMPT ATTENTION  anager  Arrived in Nelson���Carload Canadian  Including Segram's 2, 4 and 7 Year Old Rye' in Barrels  Segram's Star, '83 Rye and White Wheat Whisky in Cases  Gooderham arid Worts1 Rye in Cases  Walker's Club Rye in Cases  A. B. GRAY, Kootenay Agent,  HA RICH ISTRKKT. XKSON  R. P. RITHET & CO.  GROVE HOTEL BEER GARDE  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT,  THE  BEST  BEER  BREWED AT SOME OR  ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLEBV  Fred J; Squire, Merchant Tate;  FULL LINES OF FALL AND WINTER SUITING  OPP031TK SILVER KUs'O HOTEL.  WKST HAKKR STRKRT  NKLSON THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C. MONDAY OCTOBER 30, 1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying full lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  Gentlemen  SEE GILKER FOR UNDERWEAR  HE HAS SEVERAL LINES THAT ARE  WORLD BEATERS  J. A  THE OLD P. O. STORE  /^RIC/-*^-  'VVATCHCASEC^,  ESTABLISHED  IN   NELSON  1890   -  Amerlcae'  Watches  Have always been a specialty with us, and concentrating on these alone, to the exclusion of foreign  makes, we have a fine and full stock, including every  American make, and are therefore especially well  equipped for quick shipments. By the exercise of  experienced care in selection far in advance of the  season we secure  Choke Case Designs  We have some very exclusive ones in solid and  filled gold and other good selling styles in endless  variety.  Diamonds aed all  Precloims 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.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler  WE SELL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  eo Madson  For Winter Outfitting  HeadquarteraSSS^ Coocl Va,yes in  <_^l1rice_to_all  Baker Street  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  W. P. DIOKSON  3. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHJBH  jotenay Electric Supply and OoHstraetioii Co,  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Settled Satisfactorily.  The cjise of Bigelow A's. Byers was  settled Siitui'diiy afternoon. In this ejise  George A. Bigelow sued Hamilton Byei-s  foi- several months' wages as manager of  the Goat Jliver Lumber Company and also for the balance of the purchase 'price of  the mill. His claims, all told, amounted  to .$1505. Tlie defendant put in a counter  claim amounting to $1958.75. By the  terms of the settlement, both the action  jind the counter-claim wei'e dismissed  without cost and without prejudice. The  plaintiff, Bigelow, also admitted, and  agreed to admit in any other action  which nuiy be bi'ought, that tlie bill of  sale referred to in tlie pleadings was  given to the defendant as security only,  and avjis always so treated by both  parties ; that Hamilton Byers avjis never  at any time a partner or interested iti the  Goat River Lumber Company. The defendant .consented and tlie plaintiff  agreed to place in the hands of a trustee  all logs sind lumber on the prenrises of the  Goat River Lumber Company at Creston,  Avho shall sell the same and apply the  pi'oceeds in settlement of the claims  against the company for*wages.  The following cases huve been placed  upon the preemptory list for hearing to-  djiy before Mr. justice .Martin : Johnson  vs Blakemore, Harris vs Spencer, Kerr vs  the Oddfellows, McDonald vs Canadijin  Pacific Exploration Company, and Hill vs  Murray.  On Satin-day Tun TRiiiuivi". called'attention to the fact that those who desired to vote at the next municipal elec--  tion would be required to pay all arrears  of real estate taxes, electric light rates,  sewer rates, license fees, etc., befoi-e November 1st. -During the forenoon'of Sat-  iii'djiy the city treasurer received over  .$200 on arrears.'  Born.in Nelson on Saturday, to the Avife  of A. W. McPee, a daughter.  R J. Bradley, of the city fire brigade,  AA'as taken to-the Kootenay Lake general  hospital yesterday. He has jui attack of  typhoid fever.  A carload of plate glass nn-ived in Nelson on Saturday. The glass has all been  contracted foi', and Avhen set into the  frames Avill give Nelson more phite glass  fronts than all the other cities in the interior combined.  W. Newlauds, an architect of Grand  Forks, is at the Hume. He is after something that is not made at Grand Forks,  namely, store fronts, Avindows, doors, and  turned Avork.  The Ljiwrence Hardware Company has  the blessings of the manager of the Hudson's Bay Company for rushing the tin  roof on tho company's block. The plast-  ei-ers will be iu the building tomorrow.  Nelson is becoming noted for its show  AvindoAvs, feAv cities having finer ones. A  fine display of peifumory, probably the  finest on the Pacific Coast, is made by W.  F. Teetzel & Co., at the corner of Baker  and Josephine .streets.   The perfumery is  BUSINESS   MENTION.  The sale of Avork  of  the   Methodist  Ipiiclio. Aid will bo hold on November SI li, when iii.iny  usulul and beautiful iuticloa will be oU'ereri lo (lie public.  Lost���-On   "Wednesday morning,  2,3th  itiMmif, n. lady's gold watch wilh bi.titled rlmm, sonic  place between city wli.ul und J'lmir hotel. The Under  will icuciic 11 reward of $10 oi> lului-mug spline lo John  Ayton (Jibson pit Hisiir hotel.  Wanted���Anyone knowing the address  of Pel or Gniiloy, cook, plopisc write to J. C. Nelson, Kort  Steele. J}. t\  Wanted���A gentleman teacher to give  private lessons in Imsinosh br.iiiolies, to n youth <iboul  liftocn. One who cm teach piano prefoired. (.'.ill on  all*. IWnllollc, Kootenay Hotel.  For Sale���Two good pool tables, in first-  cl.i--sfih.apc; for stile cheap, for cish. Audi ess "Pool  T.ible," Box 58.3, Itoihl.ind, lt.C.  Furnished rooms to let. Apply to Mrs.  L. M. Jameson, Carney Clock, Hakor street w*cst.  Offices  to   rent���Single    or   in   suite.  Ready for occi-pniicy November 1st. __Apply_to Jolui-  Uuu-ttoiirTribuiiD Office.  For Bent���A store on Vernon street,  opposite Tlio Tribune ofiiec. $10 a moiilli. Apply to B.  Jvilby.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE  RE FIRE ALARMS.  I'lirlib*. Kondluii iiiarnih of lire Jjy leleiihone .should  hj.-ile Ihe Ioe.ilinn of llieiire definitely, ifivlnj,' nanic of  building and street, and noLn.imcof pl.ico from which  (he K'lophoiiO iiiesvij?!' ii senl, 'J'luj li<i)>-<m ~.(iei'l lire  Million i.s conneded by luleplione with tho flic hall on  Ju-CllllillOhtlOL't.  VV. .1. TIIOAI I'KON', Chief I-ire IJep.u linenl.  Nelson, October Mlh, l.sjf).  PALACE COPECTIONBBY  .     FOR FINE CHOCOLATE  AND BON BONS  Sole akciiJ for Nelson for Ganons Bros, ccfcbraled R  P C'liooolaluM antl Hon JIoiih. One ton of the sumo to  arrive in 11 few daya,  OLYfcfPSA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  AT.KIVI.VG DAILY.    -  Fancy Cakes  and Pastry,  Plums, -peaches, Giapcs-,  Hummus, ("ape Cod Cmnbeiiicif, Pours and all Fmit in  season,  (p'orner AVaid and JJrilcor Sts.      I     fi     MpHnUfiln  MillH & l,otl'n old .stand. "���  H,'   WCUUnftLU  direct   importations   from  London and  Fai'is.  IL Byers <fc Co. claim that Cole's hot-  blast, air-tight, coal-burning heater is the  best ever brought to Kootenay, and th.at  tlieir steel ranges, for either hard or soft  cotil or green or di-y AArood, cannot be  equalled for cooking purposes.  Tlie largest clothing niahufactui'ing  company in Canadii, the San ford of  Hamilton, Ontario, has rented rooms in  the Houston bloek, and Avill make Nelson  headquarters for southern Bi'itish Columbia iind.southern Alberta. Samples, and  'not a stock, AA'ill be carried at Nelson.  W. A. Jowett is  back from Spokane,  whei'o he went as  a board of tiiide delegate to look after the mineral exhibit at.  the fruit fail'.    After tlio fair, he aviis laid  up by ji spell of sickness.  .Daily trains (except Sunday) commence  today on the Boundary road.  ipii'iiii��'w i-inr j-i-pti. ���iiiiri.n~~vrr.������-r    ~-^~���r.���~...~^     . ^~ ^,���-  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At thk Huaii-!���Alex. Yuill, Medicine  Hat; G. C. .Italian, Hamilton ; T. A. C:ir-  ley, Montresil; Neil.McKay, Kaslo; A. C.  McLauchlan, Montreal; O. L. Djwenport,  John II. Heal, Fern mine ; W. A. Richardson, Toronto; F. J. Aldrich, Walla  Walla; Thomas IL Ingram, Ctilgary; E.  E. Vincent, Calgary ; M. Neeljinds, Grand  Forks; A. M. Johnston, Geoi'ge G. Cas-  callen, Hamilton ; J. IL LaAvrence, liobson;  R. E. Smith, Kamloops ; J. D. Sowerly,  Campbellton, N. B.; Basil Redmond, Victoria ; A. French, Montreal.  At this Phair���Charles Dundee, Rossland ; A. R. Heyhuid, Silver King; W.  R. Angus, Toi'onto ; A. "Shields, London,  Eng. ; S. Page, Montreal; W. Wallack,  Rossland ; E. R. Davis, Vancouver . H. R.  Block, London ; 'Frank Watson, Spokane;  G. O. Foss, Spokane; Samuel L. Long,  Ymir. _.-*,;  At tub -Madden*���Archie Campbell,  John Elder, James Rolon, Grand- Forks ;  11. B. Dugan, Forty-nine ci-eek.  At.the Grand Gkntbal.���J. B.Ross,  ]_aslo; George Faulittm, Joseiih McNiglit  and Henry Kretzer, NecpaAva; J. AV. Dob  son, Manitoba; II. E. Wade, Atlnibasca  mine; C. F. Hutchinson, Yinir; Jos. Four-  nier, Lardo: T. C. O'Malley, Spokane; C.  R. Beigle, Bonnington Falis; A. W. Crittenden, Ymir.  At TJiki Queen's.���.Tames Fitzsimmons,  Ymir; A. J. Shaw, TluuiiesviJle; S. C.  Dover, Rossland ; Mrs. L. T. Allen, San  Francisco; Miss Heai'lo, Montreal, J. A.  Reuuie, Fernie; .T. McCachie, Moyie;  Fi'tmklyn Quei'o, England ; II. C. Moore,  England : P. D. Jones, Duluth ; J. Wilson  and Avife, Creston.  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  Purchased Away  Below Cost  A large stock of goods from  Messrs. Foley Brothers & Lar-  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 re-  _mainder_of-our-Sandon stock.-  Here are  Some of  Our Prices.  Men's heavy shoes, regular  price $3, reduced to S1.50;  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.  mm  KhhlOT BLOCK, BAKER. STKEET. NELSON.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for EUeetrlc Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, ToWnS  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bella, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. Q. Box 606. Jonephine Street, Nelson, B, O.  A  lJw^&so/>1wJ[u.B(??kH��� ^ith CVU17 k'<>** ��f HtH��cIal"?iilliiK and. .nrinliort hcadingi-, mfUmflM-turod right Jmro in  Ncluuti, by wcII-jiMd workmen, wf>o miend tlieir ciiruiiiKH in Kelson.   THbttiio AasociaUon, Lhailcd, Vcrudu St.  WE IIAVH AI'IVMN'TKO  THORPE &  CO. SOLE  BOTTLERS  OF WHS WATER  Halcyon f{ot Springs Sanitarium Co.  W. C. HUSBAiXP, Maunder,  ���JEJfDEES  WANTED.  Scnlt'd TuiKtors Will be received b}- Uio (iiKler.-iitfiicei up  toMoiiiiay, NovojmImst l.'itli, 18!W. .for HujipIyiMg (irooorics  iwJ ilrujitt to the JCooioiiiiy I^iko Oonoi-rtl jIos|>ttiil for a  lieriod of h'ik monlli��.  ���K W. SWANNKIJ. Secrol.-iry.     ,  Nalsoii, October mil. Jt-ii. .... :. , ..  NOTICE  TO MUNICIPAL VOTERS.  Tho following persons Hi-e cnlitlcd to be pliicetl on Hie  Voters' l.ht for the C'ily of Nelson, vi-/..:  Any male or female being a JJritNh iiibjcct of tlio full  ago of I wenty-one years, who shall have paid on or before  Ihe first day of November next all iiiiinicipiil r,iles,  tnves, as,scssriient~s and lieerihe fees pay.iblo by him or her  to (he miinicipalily.  (a) Who i>< tlie assessed ownor of lands or of improvements, or lhc assessed occupier of I.tnds sitiuilfi wilhin  lhc miinicipalily, or  (bj Who is.i icsidcnl of and curries on bnsincHs and is  Ihe holder of a frndci's license hi Ihe miinicipajilj, the  annual fee for which is not less I ban Jive dollars, or  (e> Who is a liouscboidur within the municipality.  No person Hhall be entitled to vote under a liou.se-  lioMor'n qUalificatiofii nor shall his or her name be in*  ciudsfl in tho Annual Voters' List unless be or she shall,  011 or before the first day of December next, enter with  the undersigned his or her liinno as a voter, and shall  make and personally deliver to the undersigned at IJ10  name time n. Htnkitory declaralioii, tlioionu of wliioh  infty lie obtained at tho city oillccs.  J!y Order. J. K, STJlACHAN, City Clerk.  NeisDii,K C, October* 12th, lSilU.  toves!  toves!  *'t' WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF  Coal Heaters  EVER DISPLAYED IN KOOTENAY DISTRICT  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS  Cole's Hot Blast Heater  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted to any kind of coal, CROW'S  NEST, LETHBRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds equally well. Not  requiring the attention of an ordinary coal heater. Economical, durable and  simple in construction.   See our Steel Ranges for hard and soft coal or wood.  NELSON  Go.  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  Because Your Stove or Range Canqot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  TJie sjiving in fuel effected will soon equal  tho cost oi' tlie range. It ctxn be so quickly  and easily 'regulated tliafc thui'o need bo no  waste of heat or fuel. New pjitented improvements offer you ���more, convenience jind  comfort than you'll find in any other i-ange.  TWO  CAR  LOADS  TO  SELECT  FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  *-��� L.  Four Carloads Received This Week  Special  Attention to  Mail Orders.  Gar of Keewatin "Lal^e of tfje Woods" Flour  Gar of Ogilvie's Hungarian Flour  Gar of -\sl]croft "Burbank " Potatoes  Gar of Glioice W|ixeci Groceries  We Have the Goods       You Make the Prices  Kirkpatrick & Wilson   BAKER_STREET, NELSON   Postoffice Box K. & W.  FOUR CARS OF?  POTATOES NOW UNLOADING  J)0 YOU WAN"!' A.VY  M*   D��s_3__lri_5��a"y   ��&   Co.  An Appetizing4 Breakfast  FITS A MAN FOR WORK.  Try our Government Creamery Butter, J. Y. Griffin & Go's  Hams and Bacon, Brackman & Ker's Roiled Oats and Corn-  meal, Almonte Milling Go's Self Raising Buckwheat Flour-  Baker, street West, Nelson  Strachan   Bros  _?__xr*B._:3333aas, ���eit'O-  o*E��*E3*R__.i:*Ea:ot7��3E3 *_3***_,oc_sr;  ' .._     . ."-.--   -.    -,->-._���,     ������-.^   .-.'_.,   '..*'.-'.-,..^n,'.,   .,,.*:   ���".;- ... '..*' '.' r.*'p-J1 *��� "T^r-'"-^^^^.',  ;,

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