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 t  SITUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA IS  fhj Again a Trifle Alarming.  IJI London*,  November  2.'.���5 a.   m.���Al  ii     though it is evident that the situation in  Natal is again becoming sufficiently alarming, nothing can  be officially ascertained  to either allay public anxiety or the curiosity felt regarding the disposition of the  reinforcements  recently landed  at Dur**  ban.    The war office dispatches are confined to a mere recital  of the casualties  at Mooi river and confirmations of the reports of skirmishes there.    They give no  details as to how  the  engagements happened.    The  special   correspondents  are  only permitted to  describe  major  liar-  ton's  camp   at   Mooi   river   vaguely  as  "large" or "ample."    One correspondent  says that 7000 Boers  are within 25 miles  of Howick  Palls,   near Pietermarit/.burg,  aud   the  inhabitants are   fleeing  to the  capital.    Evidently a  considerable force  of the enemy is now within SO or 40 miles  of Piefcermaritzburg, but  it  is officially  announced from   tliere   that  uo anxiety  prevails.    The garrison numbers a thousand men, with six guns.  General Joubert's plan, apparently, is a  daring attempt to defeat the British relieving column from Durban in detail,  .while attempting the reduction of Lady-  tjj'smitl.. A serious attack ou Mooi River  ''camp is now hourly expected, with the  object of destroying the bridge at Weston. .Should this be accomplished, the  Boers would be free to turn their attention again to Estcourt, while if it failed  the enemy would retire again on Weene-  nen, and join the investing forces around  Ladysmith.  The Boer report that general Hild yard's  men who were sent to White for assistance were captured caused some uneasiness but it is argued that if Hildyard  had not been strong enough to hold but,  he would some time time ago have been  ordered to retire on Pieterniaritzburg.  Therefore, small credence is given to the  story. '*���*���"���  Durhan, November .22.���About 3000  Free State Boers, with guns, .ire marching from the west, by way of Fort Nottingham.  ��� London, November 23. ���The Daily  Mail says this morning : " We are able to  confirm the report that orders have been  issueVl to mobolize a sixth division  at Aldershot, for service in Soutli  Africa, or. wherever it may be wanted."  An Australian who. wishes' his name  withheld'has given ��10,000 to the war  fund.  A Britisher who prefers to remain  anonymous has undertaken to defray the  cost of distributing all gifts to the troops  iii South Africa.  ' London, Novembe*'.23 ���o ��. in.���Nothing is* known regarding the food supply  of the garrisons thus i.solated. It is believed tliat Estcourt is well provided, but  there is less confidence in the case of Mooi  i river.  There i.s no further news from the  Iwestern frontier, except the list of  [casualties, showing that one trooper was  {killed aud nine wounded at Kimberley ou  [November Kith, and confirming the ae-  [co.nits of tlie sortie previously reported  jfrom Boer sources.  It is announced from Paris that colonel  Ide Villabois Marenil, a French officer, has  liceepted the post of chief of staff to  General Joubert, in succession to colonel  Hchiel, the German officer, who was  Ivoimded and taken prisoner at Eland's  |_aagte.  From the same source   it   is  reported  [hat   two   Russiaii_ officers^  lieutenant-  and  ii"  THURSDAY MOMTOG, NOVEMBER 23,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  American prisoners from the Filipinos.  The gunboat Helena arrived at Camaguin  during the niglit of November 12th.  Watchers of the wrecked cruiser Charleston saw her lights and thought there was  a fire upon the nearby islands, whereupon they began to take steps to help tho.se  endangered; but the searchlight of the  Helena communicated her presence. The  village were the men of the Charleston  were located rang with cheers. A party  from tlie Helena and the Charleston  visited the stranded vessel November  13th. It was found that her bows were  clear and that her after bridge was submerged, making it doubtful whether auy-  thing can be salvaged.  Idlonel-Gbhoisk- and general Schelets,  [ jive resigned and are going to the Boers.  On Sunday a thousand men, sent by  Irani from DeAar, occupied Naauwpoort.  loon after this an attempt was made by  1'ie disloyal Dutch to destroy a bridge  I'.vo miles in their rear, but it was frus-"  J-ated and the damage was repaired. An*  (ther naval contingent from the battle-  liip Monarch and the cruiser Doris 1ms  'fl, Sinioustbv. it for the front.  Better Beach Bloenifontein First.  London, November 22.���Sir Charles  S'ilkc, member of parliament for the Kor-  Ist of Dean division of Gloucestershire,  Leaking at, Chelsea this evening said:  JWhen the British forces enter Bloein-  Imtein, some declaration regarding, the  itureof the Orange Free State will have  . be made. If the peace to be offered is  jne in which Cape Colony shall concur,  lie Free .State government will abandon  |io violent element in the Transvaal for-  f/er. The settlement, in oi'der to pacify  South Africa,** as Canada has been paci-  Jed, must beti settlement in wliich tlie  fonstitutional possession of Cape Colony  Ind Natal must play the leading part,  rhe big guns  and  forts must be got rid  k"     .  Marching to Relieve Kimberley.  London, November, 22.���The Daily  jlail publishes a dispatch from Nation av-  jiort, dated Wednesday, which says that  I, large force under general Methuen has  jrossed Orange river, and is advancing to  [.he relief of Khiiberley.   '."'  He Will Never Get Away.  Manila, November 22.���The Zambjitese  boast is being carefully patrolled by war-  f;.hips in order to prevent the escape of  [/-Ifninaldo. It is believed that the Balti-  iiuore  has    proceeded   north  to   receive  Fatal Bear-End Collision.  Garrett, Indiana, November 22.���A  heavy Baltimore & Ohio limited passenger train, drawn by two locomotives,  ran into the rear of a freight train near  McCall, a small station fifty miles out of  Chicago, this afternoon. Both the passenger engines were ditched and their  crews killed. . The freight train was al-*  most a total wreck. Its conductor, M. S.  Butts, and rear brakeman Hamilton are  missing." It is supposed they are buried  under the debris of the caboose. A section train brought the following named  victims from the wreck :  Dead���Henry Bradford, engineer; E.  It. Harbree, engineer; Elmer Orr, fireman;  Jsseph Stine, fireman.  Injured--James Gannon, Alleghany,  Pennsylvania; B. J. Bloomer, Newark;  Ohio ; Fred Hudson, Columbus, Ohio.  THE BOERS ARE CONFIDENT THAT  w  Hi  Hi  iii  tli  tti  Hi  0*  i_>  *  Hi  ib  iii  iti  Ui  Ui  Ui  Uj  Hi  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  %  ����*_-.��**��*��._��-_:_: M-CC*^  THE  REPORT  EMPHATICALLY  DENIED  Notwithstanding the positive statements telegraphed Thk  Tribune from New Denver that the mine owners and mine  workers in the Slocan had adjusted their' differences, just as  positive statements are telegraphed bythe secretary ofthe Sandon  Miners' Union that the differences have not been settled, and that  there is absolutely no truth in the reports now being sent out to  that effect from New Denver.   ,     , .  143**3_*93���_-**_-_-:_-.*i.9���*�����_. ��*_**1**i**4*i*Zi****f*H***9*  %  m  ���**.  m  ���h  ���p  m  *  a.  fl>  m  a.  fl>  m  *  fl>  *  fl**  fl��  m  *���  A**  a��  a��  J?  They Can Capture Ladysmith.  Pretoria, November 21.���The following dispatch has been received from the  Boer headquarters near Ladysmith:  "The field corps of the Pretoria commando reported that British gun carriages and some horsemen had been  heard moving last night in Ladysmith.  The Boer outposts observed the British  endeavoring to sortie towards Lombard's  kop and Bulwam hill, where the Maxims'  opened fire. The 'range avjis too great,  and therefore our artillery began shelling, wliich " drove the British back.  About* daylight the British batteries fired  UpO*1  rtllf Jf��rwJtlClClS.'     Two    burglioi:.    ��VClo  wounded. It is supposed that the object  of the sortie was to relieve the Estcourt  force, who had sent an urgent message to  Ladysmith requesting aid. The burghers  captured them and disarmed them, but  finally allowed them to proceed. It is  reported that the Natal police have captured a number of Transvaal dispatch  riders."  The latest report from general Joubert  says: " 1 am cutting off the retreat of  the Estcourt troops to Pietermaritzburg  and driving them back on the Tugela  river."  Jt is Jilso reported that the Boer commander with the forces near Ladysmith  has comprehensively surveyed the different points from whieh the fall of Ladysmith can be insured.  Reports from Boer Sources.  Pretoria, November 21.���General Syn-  iiian, who is out.side Mafeking, reports  heavy fighting Monday afternoon. The  British fired on the French cannon and  Boer forts. The Boers replied, bombard-  the British forts with good effect. The  lo.ss of the British is unknown. One Boer  wjis wounded. Newspaper reports from  Cape Colony say a general rising of Dutch  farmers is imminent in Natal, and the  colonial Boera in the districts which have  been proclaimed republican have already  joined the Boer forces.  Pretoria, November 21.���The official  returns of the Transvaal casualties since  the outbreak of the war show 90 men  have been killed and 200 wounded, of  whom a number have recovered and re-  tiu'iied to the front.  Consul Macrum Wants to Go Home.  Washington, November 22.���United  States consul Macrum at Pretoria has  asked the state department for leave of  absence, with permission to take advantage of it Jit once. He pleads domestic reasons for leaving his post, aud  oifer.s to place in the consulate jis the  representative of the United States vice-  consul Attlebury, who is now on the  ground. The department, however, refused to accede to the request, and Mr.  Macrum will stay where he is, unless he  sees fit to quit his position without permission. It is learned that, so far, Macrum has not been prohibited by the Boer  government from caring for the welfare  of the British subjects now in the Transvaal and the Free State, or, at least, he  has not yet notified the state department  to the contrary. There had been some  friction encountered in the effort of the  British government to secure permission  for the United* States consul to disburse  funds for the benefit of the British  soldiers held as .prisoners of war. -..���*.'  THE BOER ATTACKON MOOI RIVER  -       Was It A Failure ? .   "  Durban, November 22���10 p. in.���To-^  day's  engagement at Mooi. river found  the British almost entirely on  the defensive.    A correspondent of the Natal Ad-*  vertiser says the second shell  fell within  a few yards of a detachment of British  infantry ;  that the shells did  little or no  damage, and that   firing   continued  for  about half an hour at intervals  of from  three to four minutes.   According to this  account, the'British troops prepared with  the utmost 'promptitude,'and ��� advanced  under cover wherever.possible.    The British artillery was in position  behind the  hotel where genenil Barton and  his staff  were     being     accommodated.        Major  Thornyeroft's mounted  infantry moved  to cover on a   ridge on the enemy's left  flanks   The Devonshire regiment and the  Welsh Fusileers occupied  the trenches.  There was but little artillery fire,  the*  correspondent   says,   but    the    .enemy  pos.sessed at least one  howitzer, with a  range of  five  miles, besides  several six-  pounders. ( .   i  Mooi  River,   Natal, November  22.���  8 p. m.���The British fired several shells,  wliich are believed to  heve caused havoc  among the Boers.     The latter taking"tuL  vantage of the heavy rains  arer retiring.  The  Boer shells -were apparently aimed  tit the bridge.   It was a surprise atttick,  but had been fully guarded.   The British  had three wounded   ,  Boers are Making Rapid Marches.  London, November 23.���The Morning  Post correspondent at Pietermarit/.burg  telegraphing Tuesday evening says:  " The Boers are now all around Mooi  River station, where another of your correspondent's is reported to be with the  troops."  London, Novembei- 23.���The Daily  News lias the following from Pieteimar-  itzburg, under date of Wednesday;  " Your correspondent managed to escape  from the Mooi River district yesterday  before the arrival of the large number of  Boers, who are looting farms in all directions. The Natal Boers, encouraged by  the success of the Transvaalers, join in  the looting. The main body of the Boers  made a rapid march from Hindi, southwest of Estcourt, to a point near Fort  -Nottingham,--south"���of "the-"railwayT  in a single day. They are within 40  miles of Pietermarit/.burg at the farthest,  and it is thought they intend to attack  the town,"  London, November 23.���A despatch to  the Daily News from Fort Nottingham,  Natal, dated Tuesday, says the Boers  have arrived near there.  Durhan,   November   22.���The  opened fire with artillery on Mooi  camp from the north, but without  alties to the British.  Boers  River  casu-  PM1 Aspinwall in Grand Forks.  (.itA.vit Forks, November 22.���Phil  Aspinwall, president and general manager of the Butte <fe Boston at Republic,  is in town in his way to Deadwood camp  for the purpose of starting work on the  Standard, a claim in wliich lie owns a  half interest. The property adjoins'the  Mother Lode. Mr. Aspinwall reports the  Butte & Boston looking well, in addition to extensive tunneling, a 'shaft has  been sunk -10 feet. A 40 horse-power  boiler, hoist aud pump were recently  installed.   The Never-Ending Parnell Relief Funds.  New York, November 22.���At the  Hoffman house, tonight, Thoman F.  Smith, private secretary to Richard  Croker and general secretary of Tammany hall, presented lord mayor Tallon  bf Dublin, in the name of Tammany hall,  with a certified check for ��3000 to save  tlie Parnell homestead, This is $50 in  excess of the amount needed.  Doubled.  The New South Wales government statisticians reports have been received regarding the recent season's wheat crop.  They indicate that it is nearly double  that of last year. .. .  ,,-,  YMIR MINE MINERS ON TRIAL FOR  . ... '   *,"���_  ���    -,,      " -  -  Flourishing Deadly Weapons.  Yaiir, November 22.���The preliminary  hearing of Frank Bribton, a prominent  member of the Ymir Miners' Union, upon  a charge.of assault and'battery, preferred  by a:man named JamesMcNamara, resulted in the acquittal of Britton. Public  feeling was very much worked up over  the case, the general opinion being that  it was an organized attempt on the part  of those .'interested to bring the miners'  union; in to disrepute as a law-abiding organization. This appears to have some  foundation, and the men who worked up  tlie Britton assault etise. James McNa-  maraand PhilipAllan���are now beingheld  to answer to the charge of carrying,  weapons dangerous to the  public peace.  So far as the cases have developed; it  appears that both McNamara -*and Allan  are non-union men employed at the Ymir  mine."; When they came down from the  . mine?*" .McNamara secured a revolver  which he had cached in the town "and  purchased another belonging to Britton  at the Cosmopolitan hotel. When Britton came into the hotel, the bartender  informed him tluit he had made ji sale of  the revolver, and "pointed out the purchaser, saying that he professed to know  Britton and his people in the east. Britton afterwards approached the purchaser  of the.revolver, and tusked him whether'  he was acquainted with his people in the  f-pjici-      "IVf.* V��_.m��*-��pp.._    -**11  -         ���" ������'J     "��"��*���  very abusive, and after some words made  a, move as if to draw ji revolver. Britton  then closed in upon his mankind with his  fist ready to strike cautioned him not to  draw his revolver. McNamara did uot  draw, the revolve!', and on constable Forrester coming into the bar, he wjis hustled out the back way. This was the  technical assault of which Britton stood  charged, but upon whieh he was acquitted by justices of the peace Ross and  Buckworth.  McNamara and Allan are not likely to  escjipe so easily. No less than seven witnesses have so fjir testified to having s'ecn  them in different pjirts of the town flourishing revolvers. The names of the men  who liave so testified are: David Keefe,  Thomas McQueen, Pat Daly, J. Ma.ster-.on,  Frank Britton, Fred Burn and Phil White.  It wjis also brought out in evidence that  McNamara and���Allan- had���said-thafc-the  lrmir company wjis backing them up with  money to the extent of $3000 in the event  of any trouble they might get into in  ymir. Be this jis it may.it is worth noting that superintendent Barnhart of the  Ymir mine Jind Mr. Twombley, who has  clmrge or the company's mill, were both  present at the preliminary hearing of the  men. The preliminary hearing of McNji-  marji wjis not finished today and an adjournment wjis taken till Saturday morning, when the case against Allan will also  probably be heard. S. S. Taylor of Nelson is looking after the interests of the  local union in the case-), aud W. A. Macdonald is conducting the defence^  A Long-Standing Case Settled.  Washington, November 20.- -The ten-  year-old controversy between Augustin  Diily and his executors on the ono side,  jmd William A. Brady on the other side,  involving the copyrighting of the railroad scene in the play of " Under the  Gaslights," was decided finally today by  the United States supreme court, in an  opinion handed down by Mr. justice  Peokham. Daly, jis the author of the  play, charged an infringement of the  copyright of this, one scene iu the play of  "After Dark/' written by Dion Bouci-  eault and produced by Brady. The  courts below found the cluirge of infringement to be sustained, antl awarded  damages amounting to $.'800. This finding was affirmed by today's opinion.  Just and Timely Decision.  Toronto Telegram. - . -  The proceedings to unseat the Conservative member who was elected for  Ijondon in 189(5 exposed ji wide area of  corruption. The corruption wjis undeniable, but the Law was so technical in  its spirit and letter that agency could  not be proven. The failure of the,London"'  case revealed new possibilities.   Corruption and concealment became the watchwords of practical politicians.    The partisan .scientists imagined that they could  buy up a constituency and still escape the  penalty   of   their    crime   if   they   left  no proof of agency.    The court of appeal  has wisely harmonized the  legal  usage  Avith the higher law of common sen.seand  public morals  by   deciding  that  where  bribers--  is  proved,  the election  can  be  voided whether agency is proved or not.  It is true  that  the  Conservative party  suffers by the decision in East Elgin; but  the  country gains by a  decision  whieli  will render it impossible for  a party  to  buy  a constituency,  as North  Waterloo  was'bought, and then attempt to escape  the penalty  by the  miserable technical  quibble that agency has not been proven.  The Greenwood Smelter.  Greenwood, November 22.���Work continues to progress on the new smelter.  The retaining .wall along the east side  has been completed, and excavation  for the large flume up the hill tothe  stack has been commenced. Work is  progressing generally on the site, for  various purposes. Bunk houses have  been erected and are now in course of  completion. Paul Johnson, superintendent, left on Monday for New York ou  business in connection -with' the works,  ancl.wMl.be absent several weeks. The  foundation for his new residence just  north of the smelter has been laid Jind it  is his intention to erect a handsome frame  structure.  IMPROVEMENTS ARE BEING MADE  And Working Forces Increased.  . Nkw Dknvrr, November 22.--The EnterpriseJ mine, on Ten-mile, is 'rapidly-  getting things in shape for the resump-  tioiV':-.io.perjitioiis._-.A;.fnrce of men has  been employed repairing tlie wagon road  from the lake and making needful  changes Jit the mine. Among the many  improvements at the mine is ji new buiik-  hou .e, an ore house and a tramway from  the No. 3 Avorkings.  Quite a large force is being employed  at'the SoA'ereign.    A new ore bin is'to be  built. .The company operating th.*** property and vtfie Madisoii ijov�� -m^c AviH..  &i e.��u 'iiiua.iir wieii' developments.  The  force on the  American  been increa_ed.  The Ajax has put on fiA-e men, avIio jire  Avorking on ti vein.  Operations are. to be resumed on the  Peoria and Treasure Vault.  Large quantities of .supplies are being  sent up tothe various properties throughout the camp.  Heavy rains haA'e fallen during the  past week, causing serious damage to  wagon roads. Gangs of men are repairing the Pour-mile antl Carpenter creek  roads.  Messrs. Tliacker and MacMaster of  Rochester, New York, are in town. They  are interested in the syndicate operating  the Hartney group on Silver mountain.  They inspected that property yesterday.  Three men are working on the Capella  group, Goat mountain, and ate taking  oiitTor. from tile now chute recently uncovered,    it i.s very high grade, carrying  THE GLARING UNFAIRNESS OF THE  Fostoffice Department.  The postoffice authorities seem determined   to  keep  the   people  kicking  for  something'that th**y should be given with  the minimum of faction, that is, facilities  for the prompt transmission of mail matter.    Probably no other section of Canada  has been so cursed Avith blundering, pigheaded  postal   officials   jis  southeastern  British Columbia.    Although Nelson contributes oyer $300,000 a year to the Dominion  government   iu  customs,  inland  revenue, and postoffice receipts, its business men are treated  as  if they lived at  an  unimportant   ctoosioads   town  in  a  backwoods Ontario township.  As an instance of the blundering incompetency of the post-office officials in  British Columbia, the following cases of  unjust discrimination are gi.-en:  Within the last  ten  day*, the official  who litis charge  of  the railway mails in  British  Columbia,  has   oidered   that all  mjiils.originating at  Nelson for points in  Boundary'  distiict   must   be   sent over  the Nelson & Fort  Sheppaid railAA'ay to  Rossland, and  be  forwarded  from that  town  to  their   destination.    Yet  trains  leave Nelson and Rossland about the same  time eA*-ery morning (Sundayb excepted)  for West  Robson, and  from that point  one train is run to Cascade, Grand Forks,  Eholt,   and   Greemvood.    The   Rossland  business man's  mail   goes  direct, and is  delivered   tit   Greenwood   Avithin   eight  hours;   the   Nelson   man'-,   is   delivered  within thirty-two hour*,.    The postoffice  department refuses to  pay for hauling a  Sunday mail out of Nelson by way of the  Nelson ���&��� Fort Sheppard railway, and the  mail that should  leave  here for .Spokane  and points south  on Sunday morning is  sent to Rossland on Saturday afternoon,  and forwarded from Rossland on Sunday  forenoon.    Mail matter addressed at Nelson  for  Halcyon  Hot Springs,  and  for  points iti Trout  Lake district, are sent to  Revelstoke, and  returned  from  there to  their  destination.    Mail   for  Lardo, Argenta and Duncan City is sent to Kaslo,  tind  there  held   and   forwarded   once a  Aveek, yet boats  run  direct from Nelson  to Lardo and Argenta four or fiAre times  a week.  Is it not about time that the men who  are responsible for tliis glut ing unfairness     *���  .should be brought to task*-*  Bfty  * Streets in Bad Condition.  tNelson   is uot the only toAvn where the  streets are/in  bad  condition.    Spokane,  on   Avhose  streets  thousands  of dollars  have been  expended,  is  in such  a dU-  gracefuLco.idifiioii   that. +1t*,,f~"l>w"~^-,.'  forced   to   remui-x  efiitorially  that the  has ''���streets ai-r Vn, disgrace to ji progressive.  ally, stud injury must result to the community because of their disgraceful condition. The people of Rossland also complain that their sticcts and cro-.shig*_ are  iu b.'t-.l shape.  Covered the Overdraft.  A special meeting of the city council  was held yesterday afternoon, at AA'hich  mayor Neelands and aldci men Hillyer,  Kirkpatrick and McKillop Avere present.  The mayor aviis authoii/ed to make ji  note for $15,000 to cover the city's expected overdraft at the Bank of Moul-  real, and a sidewalk aviis ordered laid Lo  grade ou the south side of Baker street,  betAA'een Josephine and Wtud streets.  considerable ruby silver.  Porty-three tons of ore wevo. shipped  from the WhiteAvater hist week, antl 10  tons from the Jackson.  Slaves or Loafers.  Toronto No\h.  Hi ther the clerks iu the Toronto po-it-  ofiice are remarkably industrious and capable men, or those in tlie Montreal oil ico  have a remarkably soft time. In the Toronto office the number of superintendents and sorters is 120; in Montreal the  number of superintendents and sorters is  117. There ilire 12 more men engaged iu  the Toronto ollice than iu the Montreal  office, Avhile the business done in the  former is almost double that at the latter. In the eastern city only 12,501,.I'i 1  piece*-, of mail matter are handled, antl in  the Toronto office 21,-108,280* are disposed  of. While, therefore, at this end, nine  million letters and papers are sorted in  excess of the number passing through  Montreal, only nine additional men are  provided to do the work. It Avould require an expert in postal matters to determine how many men should handle ti  million pieces of mail matter, but a person with ordinary common sen.-,e can easily .see that either the men in the Toronto  oifiee are worked like slaves or those at  Montreal loaf about half their time.  Injunction Denied.  _ -O. .J.-\Vigen,-.vlio had-the difficulty aa ith-  tlie Nelson ite Bedlington railway cont-  pmy's engineers over the company's trespass upon his pioperty, is going to cany  his application for an injunction to the  supreme court. I lis application for an  injunction was refused by judge Pot in,  nnd will come buioie a -.upi'eme cotut  judge iu VancouVGi   on  the 25th instant.  Have Taken an Appeal.  Taylor A: Jhiunington ha.e enteted an  appeal from the conviction of Robert  Kerr, by stipendiary mtigisL..ite Turnet,  in the action brought against Ken foi a  breach of tlie Water Claithcs Act iu making a connection with the city aa titer system a.'ithout the consent of the municipality. Kerr was found guilty by the  magistrate and lined JS50 :in<l co**ts.  John Hays Hammond in New York.  Nkw Vokk, NoA'ember 22.���John Ha}"*.  Hammond, the American rendered famous  during the Jameson raid in the Transvaal, and Avell known for the responsible  position ho held in connection a\ ith mining enterprises in \arious parts of the  AA'orld, arrived here on the White Stiu  line! Tuolonic with his family today.  Exploded.  The acetylene plant in the postollice at  Fort .Steele exploded Sunday night, severely injuring postmaster Cann and his  assistant, Harry MeVittie. It seems that  the light. Avas not as satisfactory jis desirable, and they began a critical inspection Avith ji lamp or match,' Avith the  jibove result, a. hereby, both lost their,  jnbu.stiic.hcs, cyebroAA .*-.,- hair, ami facial  cuticle."   ,    ���.'.'V. " *'���.'���' '-' -.   "-'-.*'  Commend the Sentiments.  LtiNuos, No\ ember ___���,���The mofiling  papers generally conimend tlKrsenthuent*.  expressed by WhitelaAV Reid'.at. th'. banquet of the New York Chamber of Commerce upon " the existing friendly relations betAA'een us and Great Britain."  Rate War Ended,  News Avas..received here this afternoon  that the rate Avar betAveen the United  States transcontinental lines has been  ended. Rates have been restored to the  basis on'which they stood before September 12tb, THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER  23, 1899.  mmm?  }-e=J-(=J-  i*_Si >2Sp.  mm?  m&  m?  mm<  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  Few Suggestions For  Shrewd  Buyers  TAventy yards heavy striped flannellette for $1.00.  Heavy bleached sheeting, plain or tAvilled Jit 24c per yard.  Heavy bleached sheeting, 2A- yards Avide Jit 28c-por yard.  Pure linen towels at 20c per pair.  Large bleached bath toAvels at 20c per pair.  22 inch Japanese -silk at 30c per yard.  27 inch Japanese silk at 4*5c per yard.  Ladies*' corsets at HOc and 75c per pair.    .See them.  Children's corset waists at S5c per pair.  Ladies' Josephine kid gloves, black  or  colored, regular  price  $1.50, our  price $1 a pair.  A few ladies' Avrappers, marked price $2.50, will sell for $1.40 each.  Ladies' f'lannelete night dresses from 50e each up to $8.  Ladies' Avhite cambric night dresses from 75e up to $3.50 each.  Remember these goods are perfectly neAV, not the remnants of the past  year's business.  If goods not satisfactory money Avill be refunded.  %  B  %  W  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS.  T_*__��_v_S   C_-.___.S_3:  m&m&m  :&.  .(=>.c  7. (=).(=).c.  .c=>. c=>'(=>-c  id  UNDERWEAR  We carry Underwear of British, Scotch, French, American,  and Canadian Manufacture.  Can sell you all-wool goods from $1.50.a suit to $6  Everyone LEADERS in their lines.  MEN'S OUTFITTER J       TJI      ^XiHFTT?  Sign of the RED HAT, Baker St., Nelson       (J *      JF ��� VV   JCiXXV  able from time to time out of  this  fuud.  With respect to all notes paid  out  of  it  by the minister, he has the same right as  any other holder of the notes of the bank,  Avhich Avith the interest accrued thereon are  a first charge upon the assets of the bank.  The outstanding circulation  of   the suspended Banque Ville Marie at the time of  the suspension  avjis  $180,000,  Avhile  the  contribution of the bank to  the redemption fund aa'iis only $1S,000, yet the Avhole  of the note obligation ($480,000) has been  paid.    But   the  difference betAA'een  the  $18,000 and $480,000 is  a  first  claim  on  the assets of the bank under  the provisions of  the  Bank Act, and it AA'ould be  unfair to divert the  assets to  depositors  first, and to the note holders  second, for  by so doing confidence  would  be  lost in  the notes of   Canadian   banks,   that are  now as good as gold   in  any  commercial  city in the Avorld.  Thk two papers in Nelson that have  been trying, like setting hens, to.sit on  the mine owners' nest are not at all  pleased at the pi'ospect of an early settlement of the trouble betAveen the Slocan  mine OAvners and the miners. The subsidy actually paid the one will cease, and  the subsidy that the other aviis longing  for will never materialize.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  w  m  m^mm  m  >m  ���*^.s__,.fci.  mm  SPECIAL SALE  OF MILLINERY  m  FRED IRVINE & GO.  36 BAKER STREET  SPECIAL SALE  OF CARPETS  B  W  Annual Fall Sale of Dry Goods  COMMENCES  WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  22  Bargains-in Every Department���Bargains  B  B  fl  $  %  Dress Goods in navy and black,  all wool Storm Serges, sale  price, 35c per yard.  Fancy  Novelties in  Dress Pat  tern  half  Lintings  Costumes,   at  m  price.  Ladies' Jackets  at  Wholesale  Houses  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner "Vernon and .To.c-  ��� pliine streets, wholesale grocers ami jobber, in  blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubber*,, niaekinaws and  miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,     LIMITKD-  Vernori stieet. Nelson, wholesale grocer*-:.   JOHN CHOI-DITCH & CO.���Front street, Noi.on,  "J    wholesale grocer*..   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PnUllNS & CO.���Baker street,  Nelson, -wholesale  ���   dealers in fresh and cured wonts.   Cold storage.      *  ~   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and .Josephine streets,  ���   Nelhon, wholesale dealers in hardware end mining  supplies.   Agent*, for Uinnt Powder Co.  AWKENCK IIAKDWARE COMPANY���Baker St.,  Nelion, wholesale dealers in haidwaro and mining  supplies, and water and plumbers' supplies.,   XTANCOUVi<:UjrAm)AVAl{K'CO"MPA.NrY,LIM7TF,D  ware and mining supplies", plumbers and tinsmiths' siip-  !___��� ^ ^  CRATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  THOI.PK& CO., J.lMITKb.-Cornoi Veinon and Cedar  streets, Nelson, manufaclureis of utiil wholesale  dealeih in iciatcd waters and fruit syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon Spring*, mineral water.   ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  TTT  F.  TKETZKL & CO.-CoWier Baker and  .To-e-  "�� '   phine streets, Nelson,  wholesale  dealers iu as-  Kaycrs' t>upulien.  Agents for Denver Fire C Uy Co. of  Denver, t'oloiado.  CIGARS  trOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING CO.  ���*���*�����   ner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, .nannfac  of "lloyal Seal" and  Cor-  r _.   nnfacturers  Kootenay I.ello" brands of cigars.  COAL.  GROAVS  NEST  PASS  COAL  COMPANY.-  Spile dealers jn coal and coke,   Charles St.  Agent, Baker streot, Nelson,  Whole*  Hiirbe,  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  TT J. EVANS & CO,���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  ���^-**��   dealers in liquors, cigars, cement, fire brick and  d steel rails, nnd general com  mission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  "DHACKMAN & KK1. MILLING COMPANY LTD.���  ���*->   Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, uat-  -iiienl, etc., and liav-knd grain  toria, and New A\ estminster.  Mill, at Kduiouton, -Vie-  LIQU0RS AND DRY GOODS.  mURNKl. BEKTON & CO.-Corner Vernon titid Jose  ���J- phino streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars and dry goods. Agents for Pahst Brewing Co. ct  Milwaukee ana Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary. _  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  "���ftp.LSON HARDAVARK COMPANY-Baker Si  f-* \\ holt-sale dealers in paints, oils, and brnsliei  kinds. 'Largest stock in Ivooten.iy.  for tlie redemption of notes of suspended bankers. Tliis fund has for its object tlie furnishing of security to the  holders of bank bills. This fund is contributed by the chartered banks of Canada, and is made up of an amount equal  to .j per cent of the average note circulation of the banks. The notes of tiny suspended bank bear interest at the rate of  0 per cent per annum from the day of  such suspension until a time is fixed for  payment either by the liquidators or the  government, the government being empowered, to pay the amount of the notes  anil the interest accrued thereon, in the  event of the failure by the liquidator or  other official to  make arrangements for  suclupayniont wi-.hi.ii two months from  tut. _"***. loot suspension o_ ]_,��,_.'__.cii.iroy .ucn  banK Such payment by thegovernmeut  is made irrespective of tlie amount contributed to the fund by the suspended bank,  and the other banks are called upon to  make good to the fund the amount of any  excess over that contributed by the insolvent bank. There is no liability imposed on the government or minister of  finance to pay beyond the amount avail-  FULL LINE OF  INCORPORATED 1670.  and Mantles  less than cost.  White   Saxony Flannel   at   20c  per yard. '<  White Canton  Flannel at 5c up  Eider Flannels, in all colors, 40c  Children's Cashmere Hose from  15c a pair up.  Ladies' Cashmere  Hose 25c  Ladies' French Kid Gloves,  every pair guaranteed ; worth  $1.50 for $1  a pair.  Ladies' and Children's Hemmed  Handkerchiefs, from  5c up.  Linen Roller Traveling from 5c  a yard up.  Checked Linen Glass Towling  5c a yard up.  White Linen Table Damask,  35c a yard up.  Turkey Red Table Damask,  35c a yard up.  White Ta-ble Oil Cloth, 25c a  yard.  Carpets, in Tapestry, Brussels,  Wilton, Velvet and Axmin-  ster,  at extremely low prices  Chenile and Tapestry Curtains  from $2,75 a  pair up.  9  ft  fl  fl  fl  fl  White  $2 a  Large  $1.50  Wool  pair up.  Blankets    from  Size  each.  Wool    Comforts,  White Quilts,  large  $1  for 65c each.  All    Carpets   sewed  free of charge.  size, worth  and   laid  WRITE FOR  SAMPLES  We Especially  Invite  Inspection and Comparison of our  Goods with  Eastern  Prices  BUTTERICK  PATTERNS  Hello!  Ring  up Telephone No. 13  If you want  BASS' Pale Ale  GUINNESS' Foreign Stout  DREWERY'S Golden ^ber Ale  SCHLITZ'S .Milwaukee Beer  naUIUinil   BOCUICItV   Dnrior  DOMINION Br\EW��r\y India Pale r\le  All the above goods in PINTS or  QUARTS. Sold by the BOTTLE,  DOZEN, CASE or BARREL  #  Fred Irvine & Go.  se s^.scj��3_e?, st:r._e]:e]t., __sr_Ei_so__sr  m  l^1  %^'^'>  ?���(=}���(=)'  Hudson's Bay Co.  Teleplhorie 13  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Sl reel ���  uk of all  POWDEB, CAPS AND FUSE.  TTAMIl/I'ON POWDKIt COMPANY���Haker hired.  J-* NelbOii, iiiiiniifac:l.urcrt. of il^immltc, hjioi-LIiik,  ��r.ni!i[)In(j and blsuk bUihting powilcrt, whoii'Miilc dualcis  111 culm ami f utjO, mid cloelrm bliwtlnv> nppariitu ..  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITsT"  pAJtSO.VS   PltODUCK   COMI'ANY-Verlioii   Mlrefil,  ���*���     NcNon      '   mud fruiu,  NcNon, wholusilc dealcru in  iirovlsloiiH  AkuiiIh for Swift & Co. Ihicoii and fiaiiis  .IfCHlucU,  T '..OKIFUN & r'O.p-Coni.i'Vurnoiin-nri Jonejiliiiie  *"��� .Mtructj. Nelbon, wliolu-ulo tlculur*- in provNioiw.  cured meat.!, butler and eggri.  *P II. STKWAHT & (:o.- -Wurehoiise*. on I:. iTiTtTaJJ.,  J- ��� foot of atanley -,tieol, Nels-on, wholo*ilu dculeis in  jirovi.ion*., produce and frniU. Cold . .ornge. AKcnU  Armour 8c Co 's bacon, damn, lm*d and other producw,  TVfANiioi.A i _.oi>uck"axd ('OMAnis-VION"CO.,  fYJ* Ltd. ��� Nclhnn branch. Hall -.ireot. Whole-ale  <lt'<ilera in butter, ctfgs and chee.e.  SASH AND DOORS.  TSJiaSON SAW AND PLANING MIIXS.UMITKD-.  ��������'    Corner Front and Hall mroots, Nolson, iiiunufac-  Uirer.sof and wholesale dealcrn in hiisli, and door-i; all  kindii of factor}' work tnadc Lo order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY*, LIMITED-Cor-  ^ nor Fron t and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesule dealei H  in wlneH(ciifie and bulk) and domestic and Imported cigars.  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings.  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  1 of <\\\ kind.*),  what you want in not in Btock wo will mako It for you  CALL ANI) GKT Pl.IC.M.  WARD  BROS.  REAL ESTATE  AND  GENERAL  INSURANCE  AGENTS  On applieation we will quote you  Tates-onFirerLife,-Accident"and"Piate"  Glass Insurance.  Agent's for d. andyJ. Taylor Safes*.  FOR'SALE���Business and Residential Property. ,   .  with improvements, houth side Vonion  avwan  _,*> by li.)  ctreol s,vh>i)  .Vlliy l'JDeorncror Pakur and   Hull ���.U*eol��.   P.uti-  ciiUrs ifi*.'on on applictilion.  '.'J I11N. Willi (.oU.u_e,  rented at Sl.j per month, Vielorin street           ��i.K��  12 lot*, with i.(ittuj,'u, rented at S*.'<) per tiiontb, Stanley    ���  street.... $3,10,)  I lots iiiulinltiif. fonier, 'JdU fool frontage giani  For Residential Property you could  not do better than invest in Fairview,  commonly known as Bogustown, especially now that the tramway is  nearly completed..  For particulars apply to above firm,  West Baker Street, Nelson.  WE HAVE  REMOVED OUR  TOYS AND  MUSIC TO THE  OPERA HOUSE  BLOCK  NEXT DOOR TO  -POSTOFFICE -  A. R. Sherwood  Sueucssor to Chas, A. Waterman & Co.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door we sl of Hunk of  l_itT_.il Columbia building.  Baiter St. Nelson  Charles  D.  J. Christie  GENERAL, BROKER.  anada Book & Drug Co  NKLSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  paSme union shops  UNION SHOP  COLLECTIONS   SOLICITED  FOIt SALE  A U-I.oom (new) lions*?, rented nt 9i<) per month ...S3fl00  .An S-lloom (auw)llou-e, two lol.J, corner ���2700-  KOB Ill-NT  A o-Room House ('uvni_hed) .' :.$_0.tli)  . ION NY TO LOAN ON UljAI. KSTA'I'K OR 9HORT I'KKMS).  (IKKIOhb:  Four Doors West of Dominion Express Office  M.nBARR0W, A.MJJ0JE.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  Big Sc[]oor)e  Beer or Half ��  ��ind"HaLlf....  IO Cts  Always JPresh  Always     Cool  THE BEST GLASS OF BEEE IN NELSON I  AT Tl-SE.  ClubHotel  Corner Silica and  SjtAnley StreotH.  ��. J. GURRAN, Pr.jJ  hall and lakb strskts. nelson  Within a yeai- a inuiiber of eliartened  banks hwve failed at Montreal anions  otb.r_ tlie-Ban qire Ville Ma tie. whose officers are now 011 trial for making away  with the bank's assets illegally. The de*.  positors'of the bank are 'making an.'effort-  to induce the minister :bf finance to pay  them a share of tlieir ���'. deposit., -.before  the*holders, of tho bank bill. are. paid.'  Under, the Bank Act a. fund   ii. set ajVart  ontraetops  WILL 1)0 VYKLL TO  AT  G. 0. B0CHANAN'S  PALACE   FRUIT   STORE  We are solo iiKcnt in Nelson for Onnong Bros, celebrated  Chocolate*-, and <.'reuins.   Cntl and mic tbcio goods  as they-are the finest In ICooteniiy and  our .stock is .oiiiulolc.  OLYMPIA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  AKKIVIXQ DAfl.V.  Fancy Cukes and Pastry, Plums Peaches, GrapoB,  I-Sanuti'is, Capo Cod Cranberries, Pears and alt Frull in  Hcawn.  Corner Ward and Baker HUi.  Mills & Lott'n old Bland.  Barber Shops Without This Card in Window  Are Non-Union.  *'s  Coiner Victoiia and Kooleiuiy Strode.  P. O   HOX ;ViU  TKL-frlniONK NO. W  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing; 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of NelBon.   For further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson,   B.   O.  Ashcro  J. n.  A largo stock of first-cIaBS dry matorlai oa hand, also  a fall line"of sash, dooru, mouldinga, fcatned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Fruit   C&ke  .. NOW I.V SHOW WINDOW AT:  ���: V-I'1.XNA."HAUK.RV  Le.ave your ordors early ami, wc will sfiiafaiitec to  suiiply youwitli tlie best, article lo lie had in the city.  *_*��'-.   ���J_=CXT*K*R*1Z-J',.'  *PRO_P*R.I_E3a?0"*_l  ^K^l>OLJ__AR^A hOAD~  9 s  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS.   ......  UNION   MADE  BLAOKSiVHTHlNG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Halcyon Wate|  WK 1IAV1. AI'I'OI.N'TKI)        i  THORPE  &  CO. SOLE  BOTTLE!  OK THIS W.VTElt  Halcyon iJJot Springs Sai-jRarium Co.  W. C. HUSBAND, I\rii:ui(.e|  R. REISTERER & Ol  BKEWKR8 AND BOTTLKRS OF   " -  $gev Beer.  Viampfc and regular  dolivnry to thn <irade-  Brewery at NelsJ  lootenay Cigap Manfg. Go.  Vard:" Foot of Hon-lryx tUroefc, Nolson ;  Teiopbouo, 91   John Rae, Agent  Tho undersigned has ;a law qnnnlity of flr, codar, and  tamarac slabs, in IB-inch and 4-foot loiiKths. suitable for  stovo wood, whieh will be _otd for 91 a load at tho mill  yard.. - * .       ��� -' * . - ���.  .. NKLSON SAW & PLANING MIU-S, Limited.--*  Noluoo, Auant_tl9th;i8DS,"-��� '    '"-    ." -    . .'  Nelfiohj-British. Columbia.  The "Wonder"  Kur trinunlngA jiifiL opened. Grebe skin., Biihle tails  and heads fer millinery purpofios. Lovely lines just arrived. Tea cloths and tray cloths with drawn work and  'Stamping work on./ Photo frames and mounts, Serving  cauls und little tliitiibies for children. Lessons-in sui-  broidery _uid lace work 30 centd.    --;.-.  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flrst-class  wheelwright.  .Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  oustom work from outside points.  Shop:   Ha-I Street, betwesa Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Ipoii Works  MANOifACTUREBS OV  ENSINBIS, BOIL-IBS. SSAFTINO, IBOl* AND  BRASS OASttlN&S OF HVHRY DHISCIBIPTION  Repaira promptly attended to.       P. O. Box ITS.  SHORTHAND AND  TYPEWEITING.  SHORTHAND, Typewriting, and  bookeepinK UuKht  Terms reasonaulo.   Apply to Miss H. Brandt Hun  son, Applowhaito block, West, Baker Ktrnnl,, Nelson.*  T     ~ ARCHITECTS.    ,���-'"-,  THWART ��_ CAKRIE-Arohitoota.   Room* 7 and 8 Ab  J-1. ordeea block. Baker streat. Nelsou. -.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  Notice i*i hero))}'gi. en that H.u'ry Howurd Dunbari  Diineiiii Oily, in the county of Kootenay, Ilritish Oohii  bin, hotulkeeper. ha. by deed dated the 31st duyS  Oi-tober, 189U, Jissigned ail his periona! estate, credits n|  deed dated the 31st day!  liis personal estate, credits al  elt'eet.. which, iniiy beHeiaed and.heid1 under execute  ��n'a" all his i*e:tl ostnle %6 William Siinpsoii of Duiicf  City, aforesaid, rnerch��n(���;iii trust, for the benetltof tl  I'redttors of. the said Ha"rr_- Howard Dunbar. The am  deed was oxtciited 'by the >.ald Hlirry Howard fiunlf  on the .���.lab. day. of October, iSfli), and by the said Willid  Simpson on the (itli day of Novomber, 1899. Allperso  having claims against thesa'd Harry Howard m  are iw *   *   - -        ...  V'eriftecl  ...... . Duiil  are retniested to forward particulars of the sniiie, dil  '" a,       '  '���"    and statinK what, Security, if any, is held for tl  saine, to the said William Simpson on or before the Mi  day of Doeeia ber, 1899, after which date the said WiUiflf  Simpson will proceed to .distribute theassets of tlie estiu  amongst those, entitled thereto, having regard only to tS  claims of which he shall theii have had notice. All peg  kohs indebted to the said Harry Howard. Dunbar are if  quired to pay such indebtedness forthwith to the sal  William S.rnpsDii. I  A meeting of the creditors of the said Hairv llowaii  Dunbar will be hold at tho offices of McAnn & M;wik����|  barristers, Ft out streot, ��� Kaslo, B. G��� on WeducsdiWtll  H'p-iul day of J. .ovetiiber, 18JW, at 3 o'clock ti.tu.  WlLLIAJrt SIMPSON, Trustee.  ��� McANN &MM',KAY, Solicitoi-s for ihe Trustee.  Uated th. (iti�� day^f November, iSHH. *���������'  THE TEIBUNE:  N^LSOK, B. C, THURSDAY, NOA^MBER 23, 1899.  SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT   OF   THE   BANK   OF   MONTREAL  The statement of this  institution  for  the half year ending Oetober 31st has been  issued,  and notwithstanding the reduced  rates of interest for money, which  have  prevailed of late years, making it a difficult task to obtain  the same  returns  as  formerly, the bank lias earned its standard rate of dividend five per cent for the  six  months, and   has   been  enabled   to  make an  addition  to the already  large  amount at the  credit  of profit and   loss.  The net profits for the six months   were  .$(.58,101,  and  exceeding    those  for tho  corresponding period of last year by .$29,-  02;*��.    After payment of a dividend of five  per cent for the  period  there  remained  $".S,_(U, which with the balance of profit  and loss account on the "JOth of April last  brought   up  the  balance  at the end   of  Oetober last to the large  sum of  $1,100,-  954.  This is an increase of $179,020.   The  balance of profit and loss carried forward  for the new half year is equal to fltif per  cent  of the  total  dividend  at  the rate  of ten per cent for the current year.  The  next half yearly dividend is   not only  in  hand,   but  there  is in addition   thereto  the  sum of $500,95'!, of  unappropriated  profits.    The total liabilities of the  bank  to  the  'public   are   $0*.,0:M,008,  an   in  crease of $13,536,285.'and the total assets  are $83,397,384, an  increase of $13,715,-  791.        The   circulation   of   the   bank's  notes which is $7,153,857 has  an increase  of $8.'i8,040, aud deposits amount to $56,-  479,963, showing an increase  of $12,718,-  135.    Of these  $12,028,385  do  not beat-  interest,   and   $43,851,578   are    interest  bearing, the increase in the former being  $451,622, and that in the latter $12,200,-  513.    Current loans have an expansion of  $7,313,177, the total of these  being  $40,-  198,959.    A special feature  is  the small  amount   of   overdue   debts   $34,834,   in  which there is a reduction of $17,708     A  strong  feature of   the statement is the  large  amount  of assets   which  are  immediately available, the amount standing  at $30,524,138.    In this too there is an increase from last year, the amount of  the  increase "being  $0,433,891.       It  will   be  noticed that  the Bank  of Montreal  has  no  call   loans.    This  half yearly statement i.s one which should  be Very  satisfactory to the .shareholders  inasmuch as  the regular dividend of five  per  cent  i.s  more than earned, thus doing away with  the necessity of impinging upon the  reserve fund, which still stands at $0,000,-  000.    The  following is the statement:  dred and sixty dollars (?3_0.00) for the payment of interest and tha sum of one hundred'and forty-t wo dollars and  sixty-Aye cents for the payment of the debt due under  the said Debentures by a rate sufficient therefor on all  the rateable land in the said Municipality.  ��� 7. It shall be lawful for the said Municipal Council lo  re-purchase any of the said Debentures upon such terms  us limy be agreed upon with the legal holder or holders  thereof, or any part, thereof, cither at the time of sale or  any subsequent time or times, and all Debentures so repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed,  and no re-issue of Debentures so repurchased .shall be  made in consequence of such re-purchase.  8. This By-law shall take otl'cet on the .seventh day of  December A.D. 18!)il.        NOTICK.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of tho proposed By-law upon which the vote of I lie Hectors of the  Municipality'will be taken; for the Kasl Ward at the  Fire Hall on Josephine street; for the West, Ward at the  ollice of the Exchequer Wold Miniiif. Company on* the  north side of linker street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets, in the City of Nelson, on Tuesday, the lifth  day of December next, bet ween the hours of 8 o'clock  a. in. and 1 o'clock p. m.  J. K.'STItACHAN. City Clerk.  Nolson, ��. C, November __nd, 18M.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY  OF NELSON  The Tremont Hotel  MALOfJE & TRECILLUS  PKOPItlKTOHd  _B__r-L-__'W   NO.   50  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  THK BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  Huluni.'C of Profit, and Loss account, 'Will Apiil, ISiW   1'iollis lor the lmlf-vunr ended Hist October, 18!*.l. alter dedm  making full provision for all had und doiiblfnl debts    Dividend j per cent, payable 1st December, 18!I9  ���;.  Balance of Profit and Loss carried forward   ,    ���      . pGK.V1CI.AL   STATEMENT,  " l.iABfi.rrrE.s.  Capital Stock   Kest     Italancc of ProllKs carried forward '   t ing charges of management, and  189U.  �� 1.102.71*--'  (WS.llil  8 1,760,951  1)00,000  1��IS.  S    HM.SIO  0211,118  S 1,581,328  000,000  S 1,1(10,951   S    981.32S  OCTOBER   31.  I. ncliiinu'd Dividends ,  Half-yearly dividend, payable  st December, IS9U  October 31.1S91I.  S*12,000.('H)0  �� fi,lKX*.O**0  l,100,9.*)l  $ 7.1(iO,y..4  1.822  1*00,000  October 31. 1S9S.  $12,000,000  8 (1,000,000  U8I.328  $ li,9Sl,328  1,1112  (If 10,000  Notes of the Bunk in circulation   Deposits not bearing interest   Deposits-bearing .inlerest   Balances due to other blinks in Canada.   .   7,702,771)   7,153,837  I2,(!28,385  43,851,578  780  S!!'.7(��2,77l!  S 0,315,217  12.170,7ti3  31,5X5,0(j5  21.277  reuini.fios   ������       <,.->:  iS.1,270  ���SIO.533,270  ������'     50.098.323  8.33.997,334  S��!).��iSl���51)3  .VflHKT-S.  2,150,851  *.,y8y..1S3  300.000  Cold and silver coin current *  ;  tloveriinient. demand nolus ...................y.;: ��� ��� ��� ���  .Deposit with Dominion lloverniiienl. required by Act of  I'arliamenl lor  security of general bank note circulat inn ��� ���. ��� ���   Due bv agencies of this  bank and other banks in foreign  countries  ���"��� * *      *lb,209,882  Due by agencies of this bank and other banks in lireiitBrilniu     10,851,0.il  Dominion and Provincial goveriiiuent. securities.   I! nil eel States railway bonds ���������   Notes and cheques or other banks    -Hank prciiii><u.->:il Montreal and branches   Current loans and discounts (rebate interest reserved), uiidothcr secun-        ���..���.���  lies and assets  & 111, l!��.!*.iU  Debts .secured bv mortgage and otherwise -.  39,417  Overdue debts not specially secured (loss provided lor ..,   -7.000,937  522,504  l.(iSI*,4()2  1.S33.800  830,5-1,138  000,000  2,4 25,052  2,320,597  280,000.  20.0p83.73O  000,197  2,112,429  1,003,210  .30,090,247  000.000  31,838  ���10,273,21.**  S38,S35,782  82,957  52,0.x*  .'*��,. 11,31(1  "Uurkel price of Hank pf "Montreal  year," 2 _t'J per cent.  stock. 'list October, 1.S99-2H5 percent  583,:fl��7,'RH  (equal to 3530 pershiirc).  S0fl.081,5!a  .Same date last  Capita!,  Best,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND  Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND.  K   S. CLOUSTON   MT  ROYAL, President   Vice-Presides, t  .. .General Manager  asTEXiSoosr _B_R__-*isro"H:  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BRANCHES IN       LONDON (England),   NBW YORK.   OHIOAG-O  and in the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Storlhis. Exchange and Cable Transfers  GKANT COMMKROIAI. AND TKAVELIpKHS' CKKDIT8,  available In any part of the world.  DRAFTS ISSUED    COLLKOTIONS MADS; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CUKRKNT RATH* OF INTKRBST PAID ,  Street, from its southerly intersection with Victoria  Street to its northerly intersection with Vernon Street;  and also the lane or alley extending from Railway Street  through Blocks i)(l and 89 to Vornon Street: all being according to the map or plan of .sub-division of lot 9.5, group  ono, Kootenay district, bo and the same arc hereby declared stopped up and closed.  % That the said City of Nelson be and thfiy are hereby  cinuowercd to sell to the Canadian Pacific Railway Oom-  paiiv the said portions of streets and alleys in the next  preceding paragraph described, and the Mayor and (Jity  Clerk are hcrebv authorized to sign and seal a proper  conveyance of same to tho said Canadian Pacific Kail-  wav Cumpanv, and the mid Council may accept in payment therefor either cash or real property.  3. It is further enacted that all the real and personal  proportv now Or hereafter owned or lea&cd by the  Canadian Pacific Kail way Company, and which is now  or may ho hereafter xised and occupied, required or incidents, to the operation of their railway system within  (he limits of the Citv of Nelson, shall bo exempt from  Municipal taxation for a period of ten ye.irs from the  tiniil passu go of this By-law.  4. This By-law .shall take effect on the fifteenth day of  December A.D, 1899.       NOTICK.  Take not ice that, the above is a true copy of the proposed Bv-law upon which lhc vote of the Klector.s of the  Muuicipalitv will bo taken: for the Kast Ward at (he  Kire Hail on Josephine .street; for ihe West Ward at the  ollice of the Exchequer Cold Mining Company on tile  north side of linker strcol. bet weOJi Stanley and Koole  nav streets, in the C'itv of Nelson, on Tuesday, the fifth  day bf December next, between the hours of 8 o'clock  n. in. and 4 o'clock p. in.  ... K*. STRACHAN", City Clerk.  NelMin. li. ('.. November 22nd, 1899.  CO8P0RATIGH-OF-THE CITY  OF  KELSON  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  Js qqw prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  ol Credit on Skaguay, U. 8., Atlin,, B. C, and  Dawson City, YuKon. District,    .  CORPMATION ~0F_JHE_C1TY OF NELSON  _B_T-IL^**W:"l_TO.   57  A Hy-law for stopping up and closing certuiu Streets* and  Atlevs in the City of Nelson and empowerinpr the .Council to convoy such Streets and Alleys so stopped up and  closed to tho Canadian Pacitle Railway Company, and  also foi excmpliiif. said Railway Company from  luxation,  Wheroas.it has been agreed between tho Corporation  of Ihe City of Nelson and the Canadian Pacific Railway  ('oiupany that Ihe -said Company will establish the City  ot Nelson as .1 divisional point on their line of railway,  and will construct round houses and other buildfn_:H incidental to said divisional point.  And, whereas, il is deemed advisable lo close up .certain portions of htreet sand alleys hereinafter* described  wit hiu the limils of the City of Nelson, and to convey the  same to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  And, whereas, it is further deemed advisable to exempt  all the real and personal property or the said touipany  or which they now are or may hereafter become owners  or lessees, which now i.s or way hcieiifterbe used, occupied, required or Inci entul to the operation of their **ys-  tem of railway within the Citv of Nelson froni municipal  taxation for the'period of ten years from the ilnal passage of this By-law.  . ,      ,  And, "Whereas, in the opinion ofthe Council such portions of "Streets and Alloys are not required for corporate  pUrposos. .       _  Therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of  tlie City of Nelson in Council assembled enacts as follows:  1. That the following portions of the Streets and Alleys  within the limits of the City of Nelson, namely:. Vornon  Street.-from a line arawn from.the northeast corner of.  ()lo"k 88, diagonally across Vernon Street easterly to the  southwest corner of the Columbia and Kootenay right  ��� of way of tlieir line of lailway to the terminus of Vernon Street at, the westerly end of block SHI in said City ;���  Baker Street, from its westerly intersection with Railway Street to its intersection -with Vernon .Street: Victoria Street, froni itswusUirlj- intersection with Hail way-  Street'tu*.it*.iuterucoti-U- with - Vernon  Street; Sloeaii  _B-_r-X--A.*v\r isro- ss  A By-law to raise eight thousand dollars ($8w��.00. to extend the "W nlerworks Syblcui.  Whereas, a petition hiwbocn pre.-ented to the Muniei-  pul Council of the Corporation of the City of Nelson,  signed bv Ihe owners of at leant one-tenth of the value of  the real "property of the said City, as shown bythe last  revised Assessment ISoll, requesting the said Council lo  introduce it Bv-law lo raise the sum ol* c!;.i_ thousand  dollars |.8lKX).obl, for the purpose of extendini. the Waterworks Svslem of the said City.  ��� And, whereas, it is deemed necessary and ex.pedu.nl lo  extend Ihe Waterworks System of the City of Nelson fur  the convenience of the citizens and for lliv protection.  - And, whercns.it is expedient to borrow the said sum  of eight thousand dollars (38II00.0UI for lhc purposes  it.oiesiiiil. , ,  , , ,   ,  And, whereas, tho whole amount ot lhc rateable land  of the said Citv, amirdini. to the last revised Assessment  Itoll I-j one ml.iioii one hundred and lll'ty-slx thou.siuid  and I wentyflvc dollars (Sl.liitW'.'.i.i'OI.* * *  And, whereas, Ml will be necessary to raise aim unity by  rale Ihe-sum Of live hundred and I wo dollarsund sixiy-  flvc I'l-ii^ l*5.'*9*-,.li.'i) for paying the said debt and interest.  Now, therefore. Ihe Municipal Council of the Ouriiol.i-  I i.iii.ot-tho {'ily of aNcIsou .enacts us follows: .  t. Itslinll and may be lawful for the Mayor of the Corporation of the Cilv ot Nelson io borrow, upon lhc credit  of the Mild Corporation, by way of the Debentures hero-  inafler mentioned, from any person or persons, body or  bodies corporate, who mit} be wilHiil. to advance the  same asuloiuu a sum of money not exceeding _n the  whole lhc sumof ei_ht thousand dollirs (SSSOOii.i. II. and to  cause till sueh sums so raised or received to be paid into  the hands of the Treasurer of the said Corporation lor  the purposes and with Ihe objects heicinbofore reeiteiL  ���2, ll shall ne lawful for the Mayor ofthe said Corporation to cause any number of Debentures to be made, e\c-  cutud and issued for such .sum or sums as may be required for t he purpose mid object aforesaid, no! exceed  jW, howeycr, the sum of ciglit thousand dollarsISSGOO.OO).  each of the said Debentures being of the denomination ol  one thousand dollars (810IJO.0O), uutl all such Debentures  ���.hull be scaled with the .seal of the Coiporation and  signed by Ihe Mayor thereof.  ,J. The said  Debentures shall bear date the Snth day ol    ' ' '    in thirty  *     at  .id,  which said place of payment shall lie desjgnat. jl by the  und  hbal)   have   iiUychcd   to  them  ,J. Tncsuwi i-epenuires snau near nine me biiui iihj i.  January, A,I), 1!KX>, und shall be made payable in thirl,  ycpirs from lhc said date, in lawful money of Canada, a  the ollice of the Bunk ol Jjontrea) in Nelson aforesaid  ,aid   Debentures,  coupons for the pi        .  to the interest coupons mity be either written  coupons for the payment  of interest and the ei^natnrcs  to the interest coupons i  printed or lithographed.  "'if  , stt  .quipcd,  I, The said Debentures; shall bear interest at therote of  1. per centum, per annum from t he date thereof, which  interest shall be payable somi-ftnnuully at said ollice of  the Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful  money of Canada, on the UOtfi day of January and the  20th day Of .luiy respectively, in each ycat during the  currency thereof, and it shall be expressed in said Debentures and- coupons to be so payable.  n. It shall be lawful for,t he Mayor of said Corporation  to negotiate anil sell the said Debciilures or any of them  fi ii less than par ; but iu no case shall the said lichen! ures  or any of them bo negotiated or .sold for less than nincly-  llve per centum of their face value, including the cost of  negotiating and 'sale',., brokerage and nil incidental expenses.'.   *. ' ' '���   ���  ��� ' .- , ���,    ,   ���  15. There shall ho raised ia.iiil levied in each-year during..  *,t_ie'currimc>r.ot said- Debenture*, the .unj of* three huu-  A By-law lo raise seven thousand dollars (37000.00) to extend nnd improve the I'.lcctric Light System.  "Whereas, a petition has been presented to the Municipal Council of the Corporation of*the City of Nelson,  signed by the owners ol" at least one-tenth of the value of  the real property in the said City, as .shown by the last  revised Assessment Roll, requesting the said Council to  intiodnce a By-law to raise the sum of seven thousand  dollars (87000.00) for the'purpose of extending and improving the Klectric Light Works System and Plant in  the City of Nelson.  And, wherein, it is deemed expedient to borrow the  said sum of.seven thousand dollars |$7000.0ll) for the purposes aforesaid.  And. whereas, the whole amount of the rateable land of  ihe said City, according to the lust revised Ass* ssment  Roll, i.s one million one hundred and fifty-six thousand  and twenty-live dollars lSl,l;V>.0_,*i.00).  A nd; whereas, it will be necessary to raise annually by  rate the sum of four hundred and thirty-nine dollars and  eighty-two cents (S139.S-2) for paying the said debt and  interest.  Now, therefore, the Municipul Cduncil of the Corporation of the City of Nelson enacts as follows :  1. It shall and may be lawful ft* the Mayor bf the Corporation of the City of Nelson to borrow, upon the credit  of tlie said Corporation, by way of the Debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons, body or  bodies oorporate, who may be willing to advance the  same as a loan, a sum of money not exceeding, in the  whole, the 311111 of seven thousand dollars (87000.001, and  to cause all such sums so raised or received to be paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the said Corporation, for  the purpose and with the object, hereinbefore recited.  2, It shall be lawful for (he Mayor of the said Corporation to cause any number of Debentures to be made, executed and issued for such stun or sums as may be required for the purpose and object, aforesaid, not exceeding  however, the sum of seven thousand dollars (87000.00):  each of the said Debentures being of I he denomination of  one thousand dollars (81000.00). and all such Debentures,  shall be sealed with the seal of the Corporation and  signed by I he Mayor thereof.  3.'The said Debentures shall bear date the 20th day of  January, A.D. 1900, and shall be made ppiyable in thirty  years from the said date. In lawful money of Canada, at  the office .of the Bank of Montreal iu Nelson, aforesa'd,  which said place of payment shall be designated by the  said Debentures, and shall have attache I to'them coupons for the payment of interest, and the signatures to  the interest coupons may be either written, stamped,  printed or lithographed.  4. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of  ���IJ per centum per annum from the date thereof, which  interest shall be payable semi-annually- at. said office of  the Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful  money of Canada, on the 20th day of January and the  20th.day of July respectively, in each year during the  currency thereof, and shall bo expressed in said debentures and coupons to be so payable.  5. It shall be Jawf id for the Mayor of said Corporation  to negotiate and sell the said ���Debentures or any of them  for less than par; but in no case shall the said Debentures  or any of them be negotiated or sold for less than ninety-  live per centum of their face value, including the cosl of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and other incidental  expenses.  (!. There shall he rais-ed and levied.in each yoiirdurinj.  thecuriency of said Debentures the sum of Thiee htin!  dred and lifteen dollars (8*115.00) for the payment of inlei-  est. and the-mm of One hundred und twent.-four dollars  and eighty-two cents ($121.82) for the payment; of (ho debt,  due under the said Debentures by u rate sutllcient therefor on all the rateable land in the said Munic pality.  7. It. shall be lawful for the said Municipal Council to  . re-purchase any ofthe paid Debentures upon such term**,  as may be agreed upon \vi th the legal holder or holders  thereof, or any part thereof, cither at the time of sale or  any subsequent time or times, and all Debentures So repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and dc-troyed,  and 110 rc-issue of Debentures so rc-purchased shall be  made in consequence of such repurchase.  8. This Bvlaw shall take effect on tho "t h day of December, A. ��>. 1899.   NOTICK.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed By-law upon wliich the vote of the Klectors of Ihe  Municipality will be taken ; for the Kast Want at the  Fire Hall 011 Josephine. trcel,' fin* the West Ward at the  olllco of the Exchequer Gold Mining Comp.uiy'oii the  north side of Baker street. between Stanley and Kootenay  .sircels, in IheCity of Nelson, ou Tuesday, the fifth day of  December next, between (lie hours of 8 o'clock n. 111. and  4 o'clock p.m. ,1. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, 1). C, November 22nd, 18U9.  CORPORATION OF THETlTY OF NELSON  ��-3  _3__r-*EJ.A-"*vV   IDTO-   60.  A Bylaw to grant to Thomas Madden permission to use a  certain portion of the sidewalk 011 Ward street for the  purpose of entry 1o the basement, of his Bloek erected  on Lot 1, Block 5, corner Ward and Bakei Streets,  Nelson, B. C.  Whereas, an application has been made by Thomas*  Madden for permission to use a certain portion of the  sidewalk on Ward Street for the purpose of entry to the  basement of his Block erected on I.oi 1, Block .*>. corner  of Ward antl Baker St reels, in the ('ity of Nelson, according toa plan filed with the (.'ity Council.  And. where is,  it   is deemed advisable  togniiit such  permissioirio th0".**aiil Thomas Madden upon his comply-'  Inir with the provisions of this I.ylaw hereinatter set out.  Therefore, the Municipal Council uf theCorpoi.ition o'  the  City  of  Nelson   in' Council   assembled   cn.ic.t-s  a  follows:  1, It shall 'and may be- lawful for the s-ud Thomas  Madden, his heirs and assigns, lo use and enjoy for his  and then* use and bcni'lH 11 port ion of the sidewalk of the  Cilv of Nelson on Ward Street iu said City, as shown nn  a plan marked "A" and tiled with ihe City Council, being  a Space thirteen feet long and four fee! wide, 011 the  .inner side of .said sidewalk, wilh Ihe ncocssuiy L-rouiid  .space below'Jo be used as an area, anil to which .steps  shall lead up const ituting a 1110,111- of ingress and egress '  to und fruiiithebiiM'ment ofthe Block erected by Ihe said  Tluilmw Madden on Lot 1. Block ii, on the corner or Ward  and BaiperStie'et-s, iii.lhe said ("ily of Nelson, lijimi his  complying with'thc terms and com lil ions in ihcl'ollowing  paragi'itphs set uilt. ,  2, Tin' said area ami the steps leading Ihcretn shall he  constructed bv the said Thomas Mrdni-u ia !iisiiw;ii expense and under Ihe supervision of 1 he nij l.ugineei*,  and as'ilircetcil b\ said lOiigiHCirrand lo his .iilisfuclion,  uiul Ihe .sidewalk where such area "> cut out shall he  flrinlj and strongly propped and- braced  by  and at the  -expense orllie'saiil Thomas Madden ami 10  tin:  sulisfuo  tion of ihe Cilv Kiiwiiieer. ' * .   '  - ,'l. The sod Thoifins-\ladden shall erect and maintain  at liis ow n expense n substantial iron railing ,'iroiiiid said  area on the north end and wcslsMe I hereof as soon .issued  urea Is ciitoul of said sidewalk, mid shall before puruilv  slim las is befeinaftet'provided) is granti.il, cuter into au  agreement.-with (he said City to indemnify and sa.e  harmless the said Oily from all claims or demands, act Ion  or .teiions, suit or siiits, either ut law or in equitj ^whieh  niiiv be brought against said ('it*, by reason of s.tid per-  mis'sinn being grunted, or by reason of Hie keeping or  innintiiliiing uf such area as* alurestild, or of unj accident  or accidents arising I hereout.  I. Upon the By-law receiving tiie assent of the pnopk-  and being dually passed, and upon the said Tlmmas-  Mnddcn complying with Ihe conditions hereinbefoie set  om. the .said Thoinas Madden, li Is heirs a ml assigns, shall  he entitled 10 Ihe .itoremenlioiicd righls mid privileges,  provided, however, that In case the said Madden, his  heirs or assigns, fail to carry out any of the pro\ ismns of  this Bv-law. or of the agreement mentioned 111 paragraph  :t hereof, il shall and may be lawful for (he said < 1111ne.il,  in addition to any othei "remedies tliey may have, to 1 lose  up s-aiil'iireit and .mind the privilege lierebj grunted.  f>. This Bv-law shall lake client on Ihe -c.unlh ilay of  December.'A. I��. 1899.  Tnki  NOTICE,  not ico t hut t he above is  I I'm;  ropy ot  the pro  ul the  pused Uv-luw ijpoi] w hich I he \ oie of t lib Klectors ul  Sluiiiuipalily will be taken ; for the Kasl Ward ,11 the  Fire Hall on Josephine street ; far the West Ward uf the  ollice of the j-xchequer Ouid Mining Company oil the  north side of Bakei'stroet, between Stanley and -KO-t-ftimy!  streets, in the citv -of Nelson, on Tuesday, the fifth day op  December next, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. ami  I o'clock p. m. .1. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson. B.C., November 22nd. 1899.  , .  NOTICE   TO   CARPENTERS.  There will be a Hireling of journeymen carpenters of  Nul-on in Ihe old Odd fellows' ball, on Kootenay street,  on .'riduy, the 241 h instant, fit 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of organ Ixing a carpenter)*' union... All Ciirpcnlers  should b�� present.   ... *    -���!"���' ..-*.-."-. '-*.  One of the best  ular hotels  and most pop-  in Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STRKKT. NKLSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  WE HAVE THESE  MATTRESSES  IN STOCK  HAVE YOU EVER  SLEPT ON THE  ostermoor elastic  felt Mattresses  IF NOT YOU HAVE  MISSED HALF THE  PLEASURE OF LIFE  B\  m  ml  B]  B\  B\  B\  B\  B\  D. Mc-\RtHUf| & CO.  BAKER  ST, NELSON  Large comfortable  bedrooms and   tlr.t-olasg  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  _R____T*E]S   ��2   _E?E3K   3D__V^T  Mrs.  E. C.   CLARKE,  Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel. Calgary,  m  *'<_="<=*���������  m  r&<  ���jiS-^-^iSiS'pS'.  J*^-(="<=��r^'(="^*  rm  *i'Sio'��3'>  B  M  m-:  >g;  THE NELSON SAW & PLANIM MILLS, Ltd.  HUME, Manager.  The finest hotel in the Interior.  Large samplo rooms.   Steam heat and electrio light.  CORNER OK WARD AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON -  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under,one  management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are -well furnished and  lighted by  flIft fi t f \c11_ V  Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.  Tho bar 2. always stocked by the best domestic and  Imported liquors and cigars.  ��� THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Houtcii by hot, nit  Kciisonuble rates S.iniplc room.  Klectric bells-und light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL VICTORIA  J. V. PKUKS, Proprietor  Free bus. meets all trains Rm_.kfn_-.    {_   fi  Hourly streetcar to sUition nt.VeiS.lU^H,   U. V.  Niglit Grill Room in contiocl.ion, for the donvenienee of  guosti arriving and doiiartiiig by night trains.  B.   O.    HOTEL  ERIE. B. G.  )-'ir��t-claii in every respect.   Choicest wine*., liquors  and cigar.s.   Hvery comfort, for transient und resident  gllCStb.  HKADQUARTKRS FOR UNION MEN.  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 ft PLANM MILLS, Ltd.  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.  JOSEPH   CAMPBELL,   Proprietor.  coalTcoaD  GREAT REDUCTION  Q0AL<��  ANTHRACITE $  rJ-ElTjI-VER-Hl-D  65  CROW'S  NEST COAL  $6.15  TKI.KI'IIONB  33  C. W. West& Co.  Parson's  Com  s  :_i  WHOLESALE  . Butler,  ��� Eggs,    .  , Cheese,  ay'  . Green  . Fruits,  . Cured  .Meats,  . Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS  Full stocks carried at Nelson  and  Rossland.    Mail orders solicited.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS���NelHOii   Lodge,   No,   25,  -Cnijfhtfi of Pythian, meet, in I. O. O. K. HuIl,<!orner  Hakor and Kootenay 8tr.'oUj, every Tuoxduy ovening at,  8 o'elook.   VlHitiug Knights cordially Invited tqalUii-d.  T. U1.I.1K.      " "    "  , O. C.  it. G. Ioy". K.ofit fes.  NEIpSON LOllOK, NO. 23, A. V. &. A. M. Meet*  second Wednesday Iu ea.cn moulli. SoJouruliiK  brethren Invited.  HELSON L. 0. I/., No. inaz. rnouts In 1.0. O. V. Hall,  corner Haker and KooUJiiaj' Htrcot-  1st nnd rfrtt  Friday breach inontli.   Visitinu brctlicrn cordially 411*  vited '���  JOHN TOYK, W. M.      F. J. HRAOLKY. Uec Sec.  NKhSON   JKlilk,   Nltnibor   22,.Tratoriial   Order   of  KagleB, snoetH every second and fourth wednenday in  each monlh iii .Fraternity Hall,   VisitinK brethren wel-  J. II-VING, ProfiMent.: "      J. It. WT.AY, 9��cri_tary;. ';  NKLSON *MINKK.S      Muelti in K. I'. Mjoiii��, Kruloriiity Hall  third  Saturday evenliiK" in  VisitinK meint��er.s welcome.  UNION   NO  erni .  aoll- month  !_;*. W. K. of -M.���  the Ih'it. and  it, $ oVl'to"-:.  JAJVIKS .vyiLKH, See'y. .��� . CUAH. A. Mi-'KAV, Pre_.*  P. Burns & Co.  IIkad Okkicb at  NKLSON, 13.  C.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Markets >at Nelson,  stok.-Fei'gu.son,  Ri'ssl-u-fl, Tmil, K.-isio,  (Ji'iunl Forks, (���I'Ofiii.vcM.t  Ymir, Sandon, -Silvertun, New  Cp'ihciwI^ City,  Miihviiy,' and  Denver, Revel;  Vancouver.-   . j  Maii-Orders-prompiiy-Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINI>S OK  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLttSALK AND ItKTAlL  FISH AND POULTRY \H SEASON  BaRerstreet, Nelson E. C. TRAVES, Manager!  .OHOKKS BY MAIL UKf 'KIVKr CAKKKI.L ANI* PKOMlT A1TKNTION.  DIOB-SON  B. H. H. APFLKWHAITE  J. MoPHBIHI  onstruelion Co.  ELECTHIO SUPPLIES  Qomplote BUectrle BqulpmentB for Klectric Power TranamlssJon and I-lghtlng-for Mines, Towns  Hlectrlo Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telei-honea, Annunciators, Etc.  F. O. Box 608. Josephine Street, Nelson, B, O. ,  FULL LINES OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  WENT HAKKIt STItKKT  NKLSON  Ol-W-HTK SILVKK KINO HOTEL  Cut Prices is  Order of the Day  And I want to be in it*.   I liivve just received  Fall     samples     of     SiiitJiiKH    aiid     Over*  eoatinurs   represcntihi?   a    ^,000   8U>ch*: to...-.  choose from made to your   order at pricos  . never before heard:of ih-Nulxbii. All tho lattast  vfadRiin  r'ancy  Vo.t.ln(?rt for Fall and winter.     .    .  Ladies' tailor inn in all its branches- a speeialty,..  Lowu.1, jiriccK.   ItuuniK 1 and ll, Hillyer block.  .  Stevens, Tfye Tailor  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NtiLSON, 11. O.  Coffee roaster_ and dealers in Toa and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffeo of best qttttlliijr as follows;  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound.. $  40  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds, .............. 1 00  Kitio SantoH, 1 pounds  l'OOl  Santos Blond, 5 pounds  1 00 1  Oar Special Blend, 8 potuida..'..- ............... 1 00  Our Itlo I:toaat, 6 pounds......... ........ ,,... 100 I  A trial Ordor solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Disori East of  Oddfellows  Bloo^,  West-|  Bftker 3tsa��t THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23   1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying frill lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  fay  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C  SEE GILKER FOR UNDERWEAR  HE HAS SEVERAL LINES THAT ARE  WORLD BEATERS  J. A. GILKER  THE OLD P. O. STORE  ESTABLISHED IN 1890  ��  o  S3  W_  'fa  o  CO  <  m  ���x  55  m  >!'. _,cAtr  3  a  o  IT***  CO  >  *���*-*  t****.  w  H  EVERY DAY OF EVERY MONTH  EVERY MONTH OF EVERY YEAY  EVERY YEAR FOR 10 YEARS  JACOB DOVER  OK N_"���]._<*N, B ('  HAS PRODUCED  e  s  STKltLI N'G NOV I-LTIKS  -MANlf'l'HK   ,VNIJ 'KIII.KI   SK'IS  HON   IMJ.VS  lU-KUV  SK'IS.  I'ltBVM  ANU hl'OAH AMI   I'K.  A.N'I) KIKI'KK M'OO.Vi  1'OWMKJ- IIQXKS  --���plOM.ZKK*.   JSIOT.BI.S  I'l'MAIIK  UU.YI.il,  l.ir.  J_.WI.J_KY  i.p\i>n*:->' of ii j i w. Trims, m*:t  WITH   UlAM(lNIJ*i'  HH..ri:i.r:-iH, 1'i.Ai.v ...vi. skv  (.OHt.NUTI'K f'll.lINS  HINfJS,    I.V    Al.l.   THK   l.\J'KSI*  SKITINiiS  ��� I'l'FB'-IJ-fKI.-I.Of'KK'IS   .SKf*KI,Kl'i>  HliOOl*HK-.  K'lf.  I'p.NCY coons  ON'VV. TAHI KS  VAIIIK AN*U  I'lANM l.��.MI'S  JAKMNN'-l-M  I'llOlO  KKAMKH  Hi US   l'OI>,  ��. Ai-iHS,  l.hTTKU HACKS  -.MIKItnitH   si.vrui-S  i ..orlcs, Ki-r.  Call and Exattqine Our Siock Before Buying Elsewhere.    Fi��|e Watch Repairing  a Specialty.   Ail Work Guaranteed at  Jacob  The Jeweler  Dover's  Nelson, B. O.  Headquarters  For all kinds of Rubber Goods  and Winter Clothing  e o a ��  THEO JVSAOSOrsj  Buker Streut.  .One Price to all  Wants Goaf?  Best Roslyrj Goal $9.50 per Ton  ^���^w^;y6am^p&';6��e^  LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF.  Two jury oases have been entered for  the next .session of tlie county court. One  is the suit of P. Genelle to collect an account of $-100 from A. G. Fox. and the  other is a Ymir case, in ' which R. C. Buchanan is suing the Ymir Gold Mining  Company for an alleged balance of wages  due. Tho amount in dispute is $13.50,  and the collection of it, or the knowledge  that it cannot be collected, will cost at  least $fi().    .1. R. I'\ Rowley i.s acting as administrator of the estate of the late Walter S.  Ash pi tei. The estate is sworn as being  under $'5000.  John A. Turner, adiuinisti.itior of tho  estate of the late Pat Keogh, who was  frozen to death on the Yellowstone trail  some distance from Salnio, has passed the  accounts of the estate showing that after  all claims have been paid tliere remains  $58.).o:"i. As Keogh left no heirs, the  amount will be paid into the provincial  treasury.  Mayor Neelands signed an order yesterday for the admission into the general  hospital of A. J. Preston, a miner from  the Silver King. Preston came down  from tho mine about a mouth ago with  $258. He got rid of his money speedily,  and by dissapation shattered his health  so that his admission into the hospital  became necessary.  If. R. Cameron, assignee for the Nelson  ���Sawmill Company, says that the second  creditor's dividend will be distributed  about Christmas. He is of the opinion  that the dividend will.be fully 12 per  cent.  An arrangement has been arrived at  between the city and the Provincial government with respect to the employment  of provincial prisoners in the breaking of  stone for the city streets. The method  of payment for the rock crushed by the  prisoners will probably be by measurement.  Chief of police Jarvis has secured an  electrical novelty in the form of an  electric flash. It is in the form of a  baton, and is so contrived that by pressing a button it will Hash a light like a  bullseye lantern.  The Owen Smily concert, which will  be given on Monday evening next under  the auspices of the Ladies' Hospital Aid,  promises to be a very enjoyable affair.  The members of the Smily company  have received very complimentary press  notices wherever they have appeared in  the province.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Oflice boy wanted who can  typewrite.  Apply loJioivesK WrngKC, Nelson.     .    ,  Lost���On Tuesday, on Baker or Stanley  *.tieels, u pli.se contuliilnt; nineteen odd dollars, .'iiidoi*  will bu i awarded by rcr liming same to tho Tribune offli'd.  Wanted���A situation by a hardware  cleric Jn li.trilwaro sl ore;-.ix j ears'experience. Reference*!. Ad.li ess, turning pnlary. ,1. W. C. Gillespie, cure  W. I". Cui'kshutt & Co., Aram ford, Onliuio.  Wanted���Six   boys'   to  strip tobacco.  8 cents a pound,   Appl} Kootenay Ciyul* Kuulory.  To Let- -Nicely furnished room*.; electric  lifj'il; .iirmifc licnt ��� balh. Apply northeast conic. T.ltke  and ..ediir .streets.  The  Ladies' Aid   of tlie  Presbyterian  church wall hold their annual *���i.e the 29th and 301 li of  NTo\umber in the sloie lercntly occupied by Martin  O'Reilly &��� . 'o., Haker slice!. High lea \.ill bo served on  WYilnchday thcUtlll), _ron��(J log.  Prepare for the winter by building up  llu* sjslem with .loj's JIi.u.e-jMpide Jlread,  For isale ��� On  easy terms  the Boyal  Hotel, Stanley slivel. Kor purliculiir. apply It. H. McLeod, I . O, ho*. lfl��.  The latest thing out. Patent lunii-  nou.s gold tflatis signs, name plates and street numbers.  Readable darkest nights. Unexcelled for beauty; ncwr  tarnish; last a life-time; price ...thin reach. For sale  by H. H. Avery, C'arl.onatoslt _el, Xelson.  Furnished rooms to let.   Apply to Mrs,  i_~M.-Jaiiiesoii7..arnoy Mock, Bakor street weht.  For Rent���A store, on Vernon street,  opposite The Tribune ollice. $10 a month. Apply to R.  Kilby,  From, and after todtiy Thk   Thihimk  willne delivered b> cu.ri.er lo any purl of Nelson, the  Ifutiic addition, and UoKU*.l<nvn. Rates: $1 pet* monlh;  -���i..'5'l for three montliH; j?.-" fol six months; $11) for one  junr. One hall the above rates if deli.eied ��! the post-  ofllco.   I'uy.ilile m advitnec.  BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH  Lord Salisbury is suffering from an attack of influenza and is unable to attend  to business.  Garret A. Hobart, vice-president of the  United States, died at his home in Paterson, New Jersey, at .8:.3() o'clock Tuesday  morning.  The British union jack at the British  embassy, Washington, wtis at half-mast  yesterday as a mark of respect for tlie  late vice-president. Lord Pauncefote  and the members'of his staff left their  cards at the White House as n further  evidence of respect. The half-masting of  the embassy Hag attracted considerable  attention, tind was regarded as an unusual mark of consideration to the American people.  Lady Salisbury, wife of the premier,  who suffered a second stroke of paralysis  in July last, died on Monday. She was  the daughter of the late Hon. sir Edward  Hall Alderson, baron of the court of exchequer, and was married to the marquis  of .Salisbury in liS:*>7.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At thk Hu.MK.���C. .V. Liulev, Rossland; J. D. Mulvehill, New York; H. J.  Sullivan, New York; J. M. Pantey, Spokane; E. A. Baker, Vancouver'; D. J. Mc-  Nally, Helena, Montana; A. Hickliug,.  Rossland; S. It. Fernie, Montreal.  At the PijAiR.���Geo. E. Buffum, St.  Louis; George 12. Martin, Kaslo; G. W.  Hughes, Almo; W. B. Sayers, Vancouver;  L. E. Filmore, London, Eng.; C. Wainewright, Virden; IL Allenberg, Spokane;  Thomas Bennett, Salmo: F. Dupuy, Pin-  cher Creek; G. H. MeKean, Balfour; Geo.  McKean, Balfour; H. M. Billings, Salmo;  D. A. Cameron, Ymir; Hector McLarty.  At the Grand Crntrai..���P; E. Simpson, Sandon; H. Johnson, Brandon: M.'  Martin, Fort Steele; AV. AV. Pfeiffer, Fort  Steele; .7. AV. Lockhart, Port Hill; C.  ��Creamer, Ymir; C. Ross, Oak Lake; M.  McKean, Perth, Ontario;. James E.Stott  and Ed Ingalls, Cranbrook; X. O'Donnell,  Silverton; Alex Smith and Andrew  Smith, Vernon; W. Kennedy, .Salmo.  At the Tukmont.���-F. J. Stinson, Rat  Portage; C. F. Juste and E. J. Felahiff,  Richelieu.  At the Queex's.���Mrs. C. II. Eraser,  Grand Forks; Mrs. Holly, Toronto; Miss  M. Minkler, Toronto; George AVilson,  Sudbury; N. Friedmtm, A-'ancouver; J. L.  Gibson, Detroit; E.  Kerfoot,  Vancouver.  /_��-  '}  WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF  Coal Heaters  EVER DISPLAYED IN KOOTENAY DISTRICT  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS  Cole's Hot Blast ijeater  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted  to any kind of coal, CROW'S NEST, LETH-  BRIDGE, 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  vers & Co.  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  Because Your Stove or Range Canqot be  Regulated to Save Fuel ?  IT WILL PAY YOU  Pa-tenaude  Bros.  ARTISTIC JEWELRY  CHASTE AND BEAUTIFUL  NOTHING  BUT THE BEST  AT  PATEN AUDE   BROS.  BAKER STREET, NELSON  WE ARE SCORING  ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS  in the sale of the stock of goods  which we purchased from the  stores of Messrs. Foley Brothers  & Larsen at their construction  camp at Creston. The reductions  which we advertise are genuine.  We can afford to make them because we purchased the greater-  part of the stock at  TWENTY-FIVE CENTS  ON THE DOLLAR  The same is true in a measure  with the bankrupt stock of Crawford & McMillan, which we have  been working off for some time.  This week we will add a new  feature, offering  SPECIAL BARGAINS  IN BOY'S SUITS  These values caj*m^tjD^touched^y  "ahy"c!othirig~ hmfse-irT- Kootenay.  We have cut the price fairly in two  and are offering boy's suits at  $2,50, which were invoiced at $5.  MEN'S HEAVY WEAR  we have still good bargains to offer.  We have a few more pairs of men's  heavy shoes at $1.50, regular price  $3; Silver State overalls at 50  cents, regular price $1 ;' men's  tweed suits at $7, regular price  $12.50; men's heavy all-wool tweed  pants at $2, regular price $3.50*  in order to clear out our store of  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S  CAPES AND JACKETS  we have marked these goods down  to cost. We have capes and jackets from $3.50 up to $10. '  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  Tlie saving in fuel effected will soon equal  the co.*-.t of tlie range. It can be so quickly  and easily regulated that tliere need be no  waste of heat or fuel. New patented im-  1-i'oveiiH.nts offer you more convenience and  comfort than you'll find in any other range.  TWO  CAR  LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  I  1  ?#_-  Christmas is Coming  Have you your Supplies?  We have in and open all your Xnias wants?  What we ask i.s for you and your friends to come in and see us  first. An oversight in "this matter means simply your losing* many  dollars.  Headquarters for the famous Rosemary Mincemeat in 25 pound  pails and   1  pound packages.  Fresh nuts, raisins, currants, candid peel, figs, fruit, and all the  best that can be procured at rock bottom prices.  The leading- house in Groceries,  Crockery,  and Glassware.  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  1\ O. BOX IC. ,& W.  HAKER STBl-ET.  'I'BLKI'HONK 10.  L,<adie3 all Talk ���..  About Dominion Halting Powder, It is doing wonderful work for  (hem. We have had it thoroughly tested and wo are now in a position  to guarantee '���' to be equally us good as any high-priced powder or  money buck.    Put, up In 1-2, 1, and .*> pound tins,  New Raisins, Currants, Peels, Figs, Nuts, and C. & V. for your ("hristnias  cake will be here iu a few days.    Wait foivtheni.  Bsker Street,  Nelson.  <_>  NTpLIOT BIJWK, BAKKTt HTIU-KT.-JfJU.aQK.  Horses for Sale  The Rossland Warehouse and Transfer Company  have just received  a cai;load���'of young*, well-matched teamSj weighing from   twenty-five  to thirty-two hundred pounds.    They can be seen at   their  stable on  .Second Avenue and St. Paiii Street, Rossland,    They have also-     .-<  ;;!:��� uSMeWcef fapus and Sensible;.Sleds;.For SMe  An Appetizing Breakfast  FITS A MAN FOR WORK.  Try our Government Creamery Butter, J. Y. Griffin  & Co's  ...    Hams and Bacon, Brackman & Ker's Rolled Oats and Gorn-  .'.'..������   meal, Almonte Milling Go's Self Raising Buckwheat FlOuf.  Baker Street West, Nelson  John A.  *�� Co.  ros  ��� *_?.^T0r.*iwc ja ��_agi',:".; mrvay  yQ.^IB'Kt.-k -. .jaotTSin. ._B3Uoo3s:

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