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 >  ty  '.  i-  HOW BULLER LOST HJS GUNS  In Friday's Engagement.  (JiUEVKLY Camp, Natal, Friday, Dccembei* 15.���Tlie relief column continued its  advance from Chievely today, intending  to assail the Boer positions, which were  known to be very strong to the westward  and nortwest of Coienso.  During the two  preceding days tho Boers  had allowed  themselves to be bombarded without condescending to  reply with  a single shot.  They further gave half an hour's opening  this morning, without an exchange, when  suddenly they botched  out a  stream   of  fire from all their entrenchments, besides  opening   a   fearful   cannonade  with  all  their quick fire guns, field and siege guns  which were posted from  end  to  end  of  tlieir positions.  When their presence and  actual positions had been determined, the  British naval brigade commenced shelling all the ridges north of the town with  marvellous accuracy.  At this time the artillery attached to  general Hart's division was busy among  tho entrenchments on the hills on the !  British left, under cover of which the  Irish infantry brigade marched out in extended order, to cross the river and attack. Undoubtedly aiming at the battery, the Boers sent several shells near  the ambulance train, which was forced  to change its position. While this was  transpiring, the field artillery on the  right were busy shelling the ridges of  the Boer left flank, their excellent practice attracting the attention of the Boers  who retaliated with a scathiug fire almost demolishing all the guns and stampeding the gun carriage horses.  London, December 20.���Special reports  regarding the lighting at the Tugela river  are still filtering in, but all the newspapers complain tliat these reports are severely censored and it i.s still- impossible  to get an accurate idea of the battle.  From the latest accounts, however, it appears that general Buller was iu personal  command. Much, anxiety is cause'd by  the fact that the war office has not yet  received a full list of tho casualties, at  Tugela river.  London, December 20.���The Standard  hints editorially this morning that if  Portugal continues to allow supplies of  war material and foreign volunteers to  reach tho Transvaal through Delagoa  Bay, England will have something to say  in the matter.  London, December 20.���Statements are  published from Boer sources in Brussels  ami Berlin,* that president Kruger is  * willing to secure peace on the basis of tho  status quo, but that otherwise he will  call upon the Boer.*, in Cape Colony to  join in proclaiming the independence of  tho Cape territories of Great Britain.' >  Bi.ri.in-,-December -19.r-l*_n��perdr--Wil���  Ham is said to exhibit; the keenest personal concern regarding the war in ,South  Africa, especially as to the fate of the  British troops. Each day lie receives  dispatches showing the latest losses, and  these he communicates to the German  prince, who, like himself, lias blood ties  with England.  Madrid, December 10.-���Tlie Spanish  steamer Gindad de Cadiz, which lias just  arrived at Los Palmas, Canary Islands,  from Cadiz, reports that she was pursued  and overhauled last Saturday by a British cruiser, which compelled her to heave  to, interrogated her as to name and  route and then'allowed her to go.  St. ,fouN\s, Newfoundland, December  li).-���Governor MeCalhun, who is a colonel  in the Royal Engineers, has telegraphed  tho British war office offering to resign  his position and undertake any duty  assigned him in South Africa. Captain  Timmis, of the Liverpool regiment, gov-  ~e_,n~or~MeCall urn's- pri vate_seercta ry ��� has  been called to England to join his regiment, and will leave by tho first steamer.  London, December 1!).���"Bobs," as lord  Hoberts of Kandahar is familiarly known,  i.s a name to conjure with in Great Brit-'  ain, and that lord Roberts and lord'  Kitchener are considered the right men  to, relieve the disastrous situation iir  .South Africa is amply evidenced by the  more cheery tone of all war discussion  this morning. Jn spite of tho attempts  of the authorities to gloss over tho .supersession of general Buller, the fact remains  that the appointments cannot now be regarded otherwise than as a penalty for  his failure.  ^*_.'���/"*���"  -*���*���, 7  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER '20,   1899.  DAILY (BT MAIL) $6 A YEAR; WEEKLY,   $_**.  part of the trade of Yukon notwithstanding efforts made* by Seattle and  other American cities to capture the same.  Of the imports of the uorthland gold  fields during the past eleven months SO  per cent were Canadian goods. The returns from Skagway wharves, railway  men and customs, both United States ami  Canadian show this. About ~>0 per cent  of the trade came from Victoria. Tho  season virtually closes with December  and at that time $2,079,000 worth of  goods were shipped-from Victoria alone  as compared with .$....,000 in ISOfJ to  $l,58(i,000 last year.  HE SAW FIVE PERSONS PERISH  Under the Yukon Ice.  Vhtoi.i..,  December 10.��� The  Danube  brought, further news of the loss of the  steamer Sli-ntton: John Biley, engineer  of the wrecked steamer, according to  news received, was a hero. He stuck to  his post, in an effort to save the vessel,  until the water came up and put out his  fires. M. Mortimer, on his arrival at Dawson on November 14th, reported the  wreck of a boat near the Stewart river  and the drowning of three men and two  women. The accident occurred on November 3rd. The party were drifting  down the river in a boat. Ono man was  at the oars, but he^ could make no progress as the ice hemmed them in. Mortimer shouted to them of their danger, but  they did not heed," and a moment later  they were caught in a jam. The craft  was struck broadside on and capsized.  All were drowned. ' Mr. Mortimer could  not recogui7,e the party, but says they  were from the wrecked steamer Stratton.  Winter Sets in Upon the Yukon.  Victoria, December 19.���The steamer  Danube arrived today from Skagway  with eighteen passengers and a small  freight. The Yukon winter has set in  in earnest. When the Danube left Skagway the operator at Ogil vie reported that  it was -42 degrees below zero there. Tag-  "ish reported 20 below zero, with the river  frozen at"that point. "At Five Fingers it  was 27 below, Selkirk _20, Dawson 21,  Selwyn 25, and Bennett zero. - At Atlin  it stood 10 above.' News was brought by  the Danube of the discovery of�� a ^vast  ^o"cry"of-^reeTnilling-oTe~^ithinteirTniles  of Dawson, and assaying ashigh as $800  to the Ion. Over 20 claims were recorded  in that locality, up to November 7th,  The Elevator Deal (Joes Through.  -MontRK.-L, December If).���At a meeting of the Montreal harbor commissioners  this afternoon a settlement was reached  between tbe Buffalo syndicate, Jieaded by  W. .1. Connors, and the commissioners for  the'erection of elevators at Montreal." Mr.  Connors accepted the original agreement  with a few minor changes. Tonight the  contract was signed by Mr. Connors, and  the scheme may now be regarded as an  accomplished fact. The syndicate has  already given out the contracts in connection with the work and the construction will be commenced at an early date.  The Courts Uphold the Province.  Toronto, December 19. ��� Chancellor  Boyd has rendered judgmeut in favor of  tlle~pr6vinee"af ~0ntarib_iii~tlib caseof tlio"  crown against tho executors of the late  Daniel Seotteu, the millionaire tobacco  merchant of Detroit, for succession duties  amounting to $45,000, being 5 per cent of  the $900,000 which the late millionaire  had deposited in Ontario banks.  CANADIANS WILL DO THEIR SHARE  Arranging for a Second Contingent.  .Monthkal, December 19.--The Dominion government is negotiating with 'the  Allan Steamship Company for thp transportation of the second Canadian contingent to South Africa, and it is expected that the Parisian will be chartered  as a troopship. ,    ���  Kingston', December 10.���"When the  call comes we will be ready," was the  greeting of "A" battery men as your correspondent entered the barracks this  morning. The corps is highly efficient,'  major-general Hutton recently declaring  that there were few batteries in the imperial service to surpass it. Lieutenant-  colonel Drury is commander. Lieutenant  A. G. Irvine, ex-commissioner of the  Northwest Mounted Police, who is in the  city, considers a strong detachment of  mounted police and Blackfeet Indians  would be of valuable assistance in the  present South African trouble.  Ottawa, December 19.���Since the announcement yesterday that a second contingent would be sent to Soutli Africa,  the minister of militia has received over  a hundred letters and telegrams, coming  in at the rate of one every three minutes  from all parts of the Dominion, from loyal Canadians offering their services for  the second contingent. Among the offers  is one from chief Brand, the great Indian  warrior. The name of lieutenant-colonel  Cotton is mentioned as the likely commander of the artillery section of the eon-'  tingeht.  Ottawa, December 19.���The names of  lieutenant-colonel Evan3, who commanded the Yukon force, and colonel'  Herchimer of the Northwest Mounted  Police, are mentioned as likely command-:  ers of the second Canadian . contingent'  for South Africa.  GALL FOR MOUNTED INFANTRY  THE   PARTITION   OF   CHINA.  Chicago, December 19.���A special from ���  Ann Arbor, Michigan, says : Dr. James *  B. An gel 1, president of the University of;  Queen Sympathizes With   General  Roberts.  London, December 10.���The queen has  ^ sent a letter to general lord Roberts, the  . newly-appointed commander-in-chief of  the British forces* iii South Africa, 'warmly sympathizing with him on-the death  of his gallant son, and thanking him for  the great patriotism he has displayed in  putting aside his terrible private-grief in-  order to devote himself to the affairs of  the nation. -  An Impressive Memorial Service.  London-, December 19.���A most impressive memorial service was held in St.  Paul's Cathedral today in memoriam of  the soldiers killed in South Africa. The  lord mayor and the city oflicials attended  in their robes of office. The cathedral  was thronged, those present including  the duke of Cambridge and the marquis  of Lansdowne, secretary of state for war,  Canada Securing the Trade.:  Ottawa,  December   19.���Collector of  eu3toms   Milne of   Victoria, reports  to  Ottawa that Canada is getting: the greater  .Christmas Tree for Soldiers' Kids.  London. December 20.���The queen has  announced her intention of entertaining  at Windsor Castle, on December 20th,  the wives and children of the soldiers  serving in South Africa who reside in the  neighborhood. Tea will be served, her  majesty presiding in person. A Christmas tree 25 feet high will hang with  gifts for the ehildron.  Declines the Proffered Honor. _  ��� Monti.leu,, December li).���Despite the  fact that the must .representative Irish in  the city are urging William McNally to  run in opposition to Prefontaine for the  mayoralty, Mr. McNally declines the  honor. A committee*of representative  Irish and Protestants was appointed last  night to ask McNally to reconsider.  Dawson City Happenings.  Vancouver, December 19.���Advices  from Dawson City state that gravel averaging $65 per bucket is being taken out of  claim 10 abovo Discovery on Sulphur  creek. Alfred C. Curtid was suffocated  in a shaft on Eldorado creek on November  7th. He hailed from Williamsburg,  Ontario.  Kitchener's Excursion to the Cape,  London, December 20.���The British  second class cruiser Iris will convey general lord Kitchener from Egypt to the  Cape. She has been ordered to steam at  16 knots. -.  Michigan and former minister to China,  addressing the business'men's class today!  upon the subject 'The Dismemberment of;  of China/ said : . .   -  "There are some tilings which indicate,  that dismemberment is not unlikely.-The-  great powers have pursued .exactly  1.1-C&  same course in Africaj that they are nowf  pdoing iu China.    Russia is on the'pointof  taking possession of Persia and will do so.  unless Great Britain interferes  and it is  strongly suspected that she wants India.,  All the powers have got concessions m-  China nnd to.dismember it aro are doing  what they call 'extending their sphere of  usefulness.'  "The powers would at* one time- have  divided up "South America if it had not  been for the Monroe doctrine. But England aud the United States do not want  the dismemberment of China. They are  deeply interested in the trade of that  country. They would prefer the whole  of China to bo open, rather than have  some of its ports closed.  "Our market is in north China, and if  Russia extends her possessions there it  would be a problem whether or not we a re  to be excluded. We should prefer to have  the influence of England and this country  -throwu-in the-direction of-open-inarkets���  China is iu just the position that Turkey  was. If it had not been for the great  powers Turkey would have been carved  up long ago.  "The great powers may go on just as  they have if tlie government at Pekin can  hold on, but that government is so con-,  temptuously.weak that it is always offering something for help. But the greatest  security against the dismemberment of  China is that the great powers can not  agree upon the terms of division. Por  the nonce things are likely to go along as  they are now, but ultimately a dismemberment is not improbable."  Canadian News in Brief.  On the advice of hi.-, ministers his  honor the lieutenant-governor has been  pleased to further prorogue the Manitoba  legislature,to January 25. ' By that time  the results of the general elections will  be fully known.  The Ontario government bureau of  mines has commissioned professor Dekalb  of Kingston, to make a report on the extent and quality of salt beds in Ontario.  Armour Helped Them Out.  New* York, December 19.���A special  to the Times from Boston says: The  financial situation in so far as it relates  to the great packing house of John P.  Squire 6c Co., which has failed for $3,000,-  000, has been greatly helped today by  the action of Armour & Co. of Chicago,  who, it is stated, have come to the assistance of the stranded company.  A Patriotic Colony.  Sydney, December 19.���Tlie government-pf the colony of New Soutli Wales  has decided to send a field hospital corps  and a battery of artillery to Soiith Africa  in addition to the mounted: contingent.  Ten Thousand Volunteers Wanted.  London',   December   20,���The   government has'at last consented to mobilize a  force  which  general   Buller  is  credited  with  having demanded  all  along as an  essential   of   success    in   Soutli   Africa,  namely, ten thousand mounted  infantry.  ���This morning the war oflice issued au order to  the  effect that the government  had decided to raise for South  Africa a  mounted infantry force to  be called the  ���Imperial Yeomanry, and to  bo  recruited  from yeomanry volunteers and civilians,  possessing   the   requisite   qualifications.  Enlistment will be for ono year or during  the  continuance  of  the  Avar.    The men  must be between 20 and .?."> years old, and  of equal physique to the ordinary cavalry  ..soldiers.    Officers and men are to provide  .'their own horses and to wear neutral tint  cloth shooting   jackets,  not  necessarily  uniform, felt hats, breeches and  gaiters.  All must be good  riders and marksmen.  The same order invites every volunteer  regiment that is licensed with the regular battalion serving at the front to supply a full company, whieh will take the  place of   the mounted  infantry  of  the  regiment.   These arrangements arc expected to result in a considerable force.  '���   The lord mayor of London, Alfred Newton, is raisinga force of a thousand volunteers among the city corps.   The large  city firms are contributing the necessary  expenses.  ������ Colonel sir Howard Vincent, commander of* the Queen's Westminster volunteers, has also offered to raise <a regiment  of a thousand picked marksmen.  The enthusiasm of volunteer enlistments continues aud promises to give the  government ample material. Rudyard  Kipling addressed a meeting at Rotting-  dean last evening, called for the purpose  of forming a volunteer company.  curred a passage indicating Germany's  need of a number of coaling stations for  the German navy. This passage was purposely worded cautiously, the meaning  being somewhat veiled so as not to attract the suspicions of other nations, but  there is the best authority for the statement that Germany's aim during the next  few years will be earnestly directed to  the acquisition of a number of such points  in parts of the world where German war  vessels in a time of actual hostilities would  need them, most particularly in the far  east, the Antillies, Central America, .South  America and Polynesia.  LOCAL   NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  ��� The improvements at the general hos**  pital are now complete, with the exception of the heating apparatus, which  will not be forthcoming until February.  The leau-to.in which the culinary department was located for some time, has been  "demolished, and -the "kitchen moved to  permanent quarters. If the heating  arrangements were completed the new  - wffrds might be occupied at any time. - ,  Chief Jarvis had a little trouble yesterday with a man who had indulged too  liberally injintoxieants. The fello\y was  full of fight, but was too drunk to put "up  much resistance. Tie was placed in the  cells to sober up.  A quiet wedding takes place today at  the residence of Ti. A. Prosser on Victoria-street, the principals being Miss  Jennie Hoffmann of Nelson and William  "Richards of Sandon. Rev. Mr. Rose, paster of the Baptist church, will officiate.  W. E. McCandlish opened the Victoria  hotel on Victoria street* yesterday. This  house is centrally situated and will get  its share of the business. The Victoria is  one of three good hotels in Xelson at  which liquor is not sold,  George li. Naden, at one time a resident of Nelson but. now of Greenwood,  was in the city for a day or two, and left  for home this morning. He has prospered  since taking up his residence iu the Boun-  darycountryj-yeareven so much as to-be-  elected -in- alderman of Greenwood���an  honor that he soon tired of.        - - -  Invitations have been issued by Columbia Company No. 0 I'. R. Iv. P. for a social dance in Fraternity hall on Friday  evening.  The case of Ellis vs. Martin, in whieh a  lien was issued the other day, has been  settled by tho defendants paying the  amount covered by the lion.  G. W. Steele and IX Porter have  arranged for a turkey shoot on Christmas  Day on the flat at the foot of Stanley  street. They have secured an unlimited  number of stall-fed turkeys, and announce that all comers will have a chance.  No make of guns or kind of ammunition  barred. '   *  -Manager Burnett, of the Nehon Coke  <!c ,Gas Company, has been notified of the  shipment of tho materials to be used in  the construction of the 00-foot gasholder  at his company'.*' work--. R. D. Wood- 6c  Co., Philadelphia, have the contract for  erecting the mammoth tank, and will  send a gang of men to Nelson immediately on the receipt of the material.  J. S. C. Eraser, manager of the Bank of  Montreal at Rossland, was in the city  yesterday en route to Toronto, where he  will spend the next six weeks.  Purser J. H. Taylor, of the .-.(.earner  Rossland, leaves today for his home in  St. Louis, Mo., on a month's visit.  It is reported that the Canadian Pacific Railway Company has a.-rked for new  bids for the construction of the Balfour  extension. One of the tenderers informed  The Timhunk that work upon the extension would be started within thirty days.  IF THE GOVERNMENT IS GOOD  The Filipinos Will Be.  Manila, December 19.���Mabiu, fornier-  ly a member of the Filipino cabinet, and  considered one of the strongest and brainiest followers of the insurgents, said toa  correspondent of the Associated Press today, "The future policy of the Philippines depends entirely upon the form of  government the Americans establish. We  are vanquished because we lacked food  and munitions aud mismanaged our affairs. The spirit of independence is craving recognition; the individuality of the  Filipino people still lives. If the government eventually established here is liberal, secure and free, the satisfaction and  contentment of the people will result,  and there will be no more trouble."  The Pauay insurgents are being driven  out of the island by general Hughes and  are passing to Negros, where they are  creating trouble.  In the meantime hostilities are practically suspended. The United States  steamer Scorpion, with the canal survey  party on board, is reported to be meeting  with difficulties in the hostile attitude of  the Indians, wliich has caused the laborers with the expedition to strike.  Discussing the Government of Cave Nome.  Washington, December 19.���At the  cabinet meeting today there was a discussion of the situation-in Alaska, which  according to the viewrs of tlie president  and the members of the cabinet, required  the immediate attention of congress. - * It  was estimated that during tlie coming  .'smumei-itliere would be from 20,000, to  40,000 people in ��� the vicinity oi. Cape  Nome, without laws, or means of enforcing such laws as the better class of  citizens might improvise.  Well Fed Patriots in New York.  New York, December 19.���Intense enthusiasm" for the "Anglo-American friendship and interest in Great Britain's cause  in Soutli Africa was shown tonight at  the annual dinner of the Canadian Society  at the Hotel St. Andrews. The friendship between- the American and British  people was tne keynote of every toast,  and always evoked enthusiasm. Women  attended the dinner for the first time in  tho society's history.  General Lawton Killed.  Wash inc. ton, December 19.���The war  department tonight received the following confirmation from general Otis of the  killing of general Lawton, near "-.an Ma-  "teo~Luis6n~ "M-UiilA^Generar iJawtohT"  while engaged iu driving insurgents from  the San Mateo section of country northeast of Manila, was killed instantly at  9*.'_0 yesterday morning. A great loss to  us and his country."  m-  de-  Time Extended for Sis Months.  Washington, December 19.���The  terstate commerce commission has  cided to grant the request of the rail ways  for the extension of time in whieli to  equip its rolling stock with approved  couplers and other safety equipments,  and it is understood the time limit will  bo extended six months from January Is-t  next, the date now set.    -  Germany Wants Coaling Stations.  Berlin, December 19.��� In count Von  Buelow's budget   speech last week oe-  Protesting Against the  Advance in Bates.  Ni:w YonK, December 19.���As a result  of the protests of shippers, the Interstate  Commerce Commission has set a date  December -'.Ist for a hearing on the proposed advance in railroad rates. New  York merchant*, claim that the proposed  advance is so radical as to create a very  serious disturbance iu trade relatione.  EVERY PREPARATION WAS MADE  Years Ago by the Boers.  New York, December 19.���M. De Long,  the manager of the dynamite factory at  Modderfontein in the Transvaal, has returned to -France and. has been interviewed by the representatives of several  of the Paris journals. He says that the  British government can have no idea of  the vast extent of the preparations that  the Boers have been quietly making for  years with the realization that another  struggle with the full force of Great Britain was inevitable. Even should the  Boers be driven out of Natal, he points  out that no British army could ever hope  to enter the Transvaal and survive.  Since the war began, he says, heavy  artillery that had been carefully stored  away, had been brought forth. He asserts  that the forts at Pretoria and Johannesburg are as strong as any fortresses in  the world and have within the last month  been rendered absolutely impregnable,  Edelberg aloue could hold its own with  25 men against 1000 assailants, particularly in the rainy reason which has just  begun, causing unfordable streams to  spring into existence.  M. De Long states that there are about  6000 well-trained German volunteers iu  the Boer army who have not yet been  allowed to go to the front. He adds that '  the governments of republics are showing  a great economy of strength and have .  not used a third of their military  resources.        This Will be Construed as a Hardship.  Mining recorder Wright has received   .  an official copy  of certain  amendments  to the mining  law and has  posted the '  circular at his office for  the  i nf or motion ,-  of parties interested.     The amendments  provide that the owners, agents, or man-   '  agers of every  mine  shall  make  yearly  returns to the bureau  of mines  of the.  quantity of metal or ore wrought in their  properties  aud  the number  of persons '"  employed above and below ground.    The  individual returns will not be  published' i  by the department without the consent *' y  of  the  owners, nor  will  the  figures be  available to the public, save in the aggre- *  cafe a** given in the departmental  publi-.  cations, the information being  intended  for statistical purposes  only.    A  maxi- *' '  mum fine of $100 may be imposed for  -'  failure to comply with these regulations.   ���-*,  Magazine Explosion at the Tunnel.  J. E. George  of  Greenwood is  iu the-'-,  city today, and is relating the particulars'- i ;;  of a decidedly narrow escape he  experienced on Sunday..  Mr. George  was eni; * "  ployed on tlie Brooklyn tunnel, aud   was.  about   the   works - on . Sunday, morning     -  about 8 o'clock when-the' magazine ex-//  ploded with a deafening report.   The explosion - demolished-.the. buildingy com-.. ....  ,pietely " dismantled  the* bunkhouse, and   -  tore several freight cars  to  pieces.    One   ���.  man was seriously injured.     The magazine contained 500 pounds of 75  per cent  "  powder.    Only the day before-10  boxen  of   explosives'  were  'removed ** from the"    .  building,    Had this  remained   the.com- .'  'bined force* avou Id ��� have killed  everyone  of the seventy-five men in the vicinity. -  Trying to Adjust Financial Difficulties.'  F, W. Coleman, of Trail/ manager of  flip Little Phil mine, was in the city yes-   *_ .  terday iu. connection.'with the financial    .  m-tn-ulties   which   have   overtaken . the   '  property.    It will  be  remembered  that  iiVfi'ii score of mechanics" liens have been ,  filed aga'inst the Little Phil by workmen,   -  whose wages remained unpaid.*   Mr. Coleman saw a number of the men interested  and offered a  compromise  of 2.*_ per cent   -  of each   claim  in   cash, and   the-balance  with wages accruing   to date when the  -property -is���paying*���u���profit.���The-men" Tr~  agree that the Little  Phil is likely to be  all the management  expect  ol" it. but so  far as can be learned  Mr. Coleman's offer  was not generally accepted. - -  Horse Train to Dawson.  A letter received at Victoria from.Lake  Bennett says: "Jleney, of the White  Pass road, has '.00 horses idle, and he has '  announced that he will run a horse train  through to Dawson early in January.  This will be good news to outsiders coming in and' to some who are going to  Nome and Dawson, Tiie weather along  the line to Dawson is above zero. 'There  is no show for a freeze. The Canadian  Development Companj* have decided to  put horses on the route from here to  Fort Selkirk. They havo mado a trail  from White Horde to Selkirk, with road-  houhC.-, which shortens the distance."  .... V1  * ."'���"  All Classes Responding.  London, December 19,���Ninety per  cent of the members of the Honorable  Artillery Company of London have volunteered for service in South Africa.  Two-thirds of the Inns of Court Volun-  unteers, composed of barristers and solicitors, have likewise tendered their  service*-.  Consul Collis at Pretoria.  Washington, December 19.���United  States consul Collis has sent a cable dispatch to the state department announcing his arrival at Pretoria on Monday  morning. He will act aa consul there  *uitil the arrival of consul Hay.  Committed for Contempt.  Pauls.December 19.���M. Marcel Habert,  member of the chamber of deputies for  J.ambouillet," who- is ' one of the- de-  fondants in the conspiracy trial now in  progress before the senate, made his first  appearance before the tribunal today. He  was placed under arrest and imprisoned.  Austrian Cabinet Will Resign.  Viknna, December 19.���Tlie Neue Frei  Press confirms the report that-count'  Clary Aldringen, the premier, will tender  the resignation of the Austrian cabinet  owing to the impossibility of carrying  out parliamentary business in consequence of obstructions.  Adopted the Naval Budget,  Madrid, December 19.~-*3_"he chamber  of deputies ' today, by a vote of 154  against 94, adopted the naval budget- I.)    THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, R C, WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER 2d,  1899.  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Ti  LATEST SHADES  Ladies' Kid Gloves  $1 PER PAIR  rtr etc *-.tr  ;&fefefr:��i^:S': r--���������-�����������-���ffe-S-  Ladies' Department  Crush mere,    Llama,   Lisle   and   .Silk  Hose;   Woolen,   Cashmere,   Kid   and  Silk    Milieus;     Conipleie    ran^e    of  Street    Dress    Kid   Cloves; . l_vci.ii.n-  ijy" .Leng-ths in Suede Kid Gloves;  Latest  ito  ito  ito  \to  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  A  Novelties in Fans for parlor and evening" wear; Splendid assortment  Ladies' Silk Umbrellas; Eiderdown  and Silk Dressing* Gowns and Jackets  Horrje Department  While Linen and Damask 5 o'clock  tea and dinner Table Cloths, Doyles,  and Napkins; German Linen Damask Towels; Dressing* Table and Toilet Covers; Japanese Art and Silk  Table Covers and Fancy Draperies;  Silk, Tapestry and. Cheniie Table-  covers and Portieres; Axminisler,  Smyrna and Wilton Hearth and  Floor Kiig.s.  _3__Bt__M_l fl--  Cents' Department  Hem-stitched Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, plain and with initials; Silk  Underwear and Hose; Silk Umbrellas; Kid, Mocha and Buck-lined  Gloves; Evening- Dress Kid and Silk  Gloves; Latest styles and novelties in  Ties, Scarfs, Puffs, Four-in-hand and  Bows; Silk Braces and Hose. Suspenders; Traveling- Club Bags and  Valises.  Dress Goods Department  Black Brocade Silk and Satin for  dresses; Evening Silk, Satin and Brocade for dresses; Pean Dois Loir and  Bengvaline ,Silk for dresses; Black and  Fancy Crepon for dresses; Fancy Novelty Dress Costumes al cost; A magnificent assortment, of Ladies' New-  York Silk Skirt, Blouse and Dress  Waists; Silk, Satin and Taffala Underskirts.  Children's Department  Wool Mittens, Bootees, Overalls,  White Lawn Dresses, Slips, Cashmere, Eiderdown and Fur Coats for  Infants; Wool "and Kid Mittens,  Cashmere and Flannelette Dresses,  Jackets and Ready-made Ulsters, Fur  Collars, Coats and Muffs, [.awn,  Cambric, and Silk Handkerchiefs for  Children,  jjv <__  UV  .-  .-  Ml  VJV  '*  1-  1*  1>  *��>  1-  1*  '*>  Fred Irvine & Co  s-5-5-5 3*2-5-3-s-5-2-9-5-��-3*3-2-_-_-3-3---_-3-33---��_-a3  **&  iii  303 Baker Street and 303 Josephine Street, Nelson  I  See our Christmas Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods  ^-1-353-3-5-3 -3-5-��*3-3-3*5-3-3-3-��-3-_.-3-i'_-_*-3-23 -3-5-3 -3-33 -3-33-33*3-3*33-333-3 3-33-3^-3-3-33*33-3 "^  '.I*y.*''*-��p^p*^--->-:^'>^-:*s-^p^<ApA-^^ v*_y__._r-pg-Jg-g-j*,-<��'-jgl-Jg'���<���'���<���'���<**���<���' ^���0'-t��'.t^-^-)^-^-^-m>-^-^-^-^-^\^-i^-^-^-^-��-^'i^-<S'.^'^-��ti^-^-^'^-^'^'^'^  ���-���-p-^-^-^-y-S-T-iS^*^*���*^*;-^^'!^^-**-**^ ^���^���^'_r*'-r"''^f-j?-*8r'c.*5-i^'-f.'^  -,3 3 53 3-3-3 -3 -33-5 -iii -23-33-3 333-  /ft'  *!l  m  '��>  �������  '������ vi/  f�� i-  ^&&&&&&--&&&&&&&&&&&i-&&&^& &&&&&&&&&&&.-&&&*s-&&&&fr&&t r&s.fr&tffr&si*  \0  \to  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  \to  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  ito  >  i  1  .__*^--sS-^:-3;*3'^:S;*a-^-p3-^  ! BUY HER A NEW SILK WAIST I  ��  *���$  Yesterday we placed in stock the daintiest lot of  silk waists that you have ever seen. By a special effort  we have been able to secure these goods for the Christmas trade.  Colored TafFetta Silk Waists, all new shades, at $10,00.  Black Satin Waists, well made, at $10.00 each.  Fancy Silk Waists, in .stripes or spots, at $12.00 each.  iB  We would urge upon our customers the advisability of  buying early, thus securing the choice goods and avoid- ^  ing the rush' of Xmas week. " ^  I MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO. I  HOUSTON   BLOCK,   BAKER   STREET.  TEJitavcs CpA-Sih:  '#  ,^^@^@fee^&c>*c*__^ &&_=*__*>���  J'-S��1-? *��:�����:��&���!  ONE   IN   A   BOX  Just received by express a fine assortment of  SILK SUSPENDERS AND TIES, ONE IN A BOX  A very suitable Christmas or New Year Present  A large lot of Silk Handkerchiefs, Initiaf and Plain  Fancy goods but not fancy prices.  Cariboo. The one al large from the  Mainliind -would, no doubt, be a man fi-om  the interior. Thi�� would give the 'three  geographical divisions of the province an  equal vote in the liouse, aud were the  country ridings divider! so that each one  would have a.*- nearly a_ possible a population of 3000, there could be no cry  raised of '-pocket boroughs" or '���ovcr-  repreeented districts."  Cvxai.a should show the world that  she is a part of the British Empire. With  her six millions of people she could arm  and equip one hundred thousand of the  finest material out of whieh an army can  be made, tliat i***, men of brawn and good  intelligence. The time lias come .when  the continental powers should be shown  tliat being a British subject means something more than mere .cntinieut. Canada  for Canadians! is a worldly or material  (���vy. Canada for the Empire! is a cry  that should be heard in every hamlet in  the land, and the re-echo would not bo  unheard in Europe.  "HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  __E_3-H-__aig3_r_^_;g__g-agz^K-xs_K-  Holiday Enjoyment  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign of the RED HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  ��Jtu f&txbxxn&>  It irf .--ard that one of the  lirst  measures the Semlin goveriunfnt  will   introduce at the coming t-'es^ion of the legislature  i.*i  a redistribution bill, and that it  will be passed speedily.    The  basis  of a,  fair distribution measure should be'population, and population should be divided  into     two    clause.**.       Tlie    one    ."���las*-*  -should include cities having a population  of mix thousand  or  over: the other,   tho  .���-mallei* cities and town*, and agricultural  and mining districts,    hi the iir-*t class,  there   are   the  cities  of   Victoria, Vancouver,    Nanaimo,   Xew     Westminster,  KossJand and Nel_on, with an  aggregate  population of about   7"_,000.    Were they  given a member for every 0000 of population, Victoria would be entitled to four  members, Vancouver four, XanaiiiK) one.  New Westminster one, flos**land one, and  Nelson  one: or  a total of  twelve  members.    The small  cities and   towns  aud  agiieultural and mining district- have an  aggregate  population   of   about   7-**,000.  Were this population given a representative  for every  .3000   of  population,  no  .section of the province would be without  representation, and no section would bo j  over-represented.    On such .a basis East  Kootenay would be entitled to two mem-  liers. as at present: one from tlie south  .(���nd pile from the north ends of the district.    West Kootenay would be entitled  ,to  three;   with   Revelstoke,  Kaslo,  and  Sandon as tho central towns,"   The l.evel-  stoke riding   would   embrace tho J-evel*  stoke and 'Trout Lake .soctjou^ of tho district: the Jvaslo  riding,  the country cm-  braced m tho Ai_i-.\vorth, (ioat Kiver and  Nel.son mining divisions: and the Sandon  or pSIocan riding, the two Slocan divisions.  Arrow Lakes division, and Trail division.  Vale district .should   have live members:  one   each   from   riding.-,   having   (.'rand  ] Forks,   (ireenwood,   Vernon,   Kamloops  and Ashcroft as central towns.    Lillonot  should have one and  Cariboo two member...   Westminster district  should have  four members, as at present.    The Island  : should havo five members from the country districts and  two  fiom  Cassiar and  the small islands that are now tacked ou  to one or the other of the  Island constituencies.    Tiicie  should  be one member  elected at large from the Island and one  at large from the Mainland.    This would  give the Island five members from cities,  and seven from the country districts, and  one at large; or thirteen  in  a  house of  thirty-eight.    The lower mainland would  have   five   member*--   from   cities,  eight  from   Westminster.    Vale,  aud  hillooot  di.*-trietf_; and the section of tiie province  that can be depended on to render  equal  justice   as   between   the   "Island"'    and  "Mainland"   factions,   would   .send   two  from the cities of Bossland and Nelson and  nine from country districts in East and  West   Kootenay,   Southern    Vale  ,uud  INCORPORATEDJSTO.  WeHope  No one will be without  the necessary liquids to  brighten up Xmas.  Ju<st Received  Direct shipment from  Europe 150 cases Pom-  mery Champagne, 200  cases assorted liquers.  ASK    FOR   OUR   SPECIAL   XMAS  HAMPER    LIST.  [udson's Bay Co.  OF 1*OURSEI.K and friends  ih largely influenced by the  character of the gifts. To pro-  sent nn item that gives pleasure  to the recipient and thataffords  you keenest gratification,"]"*- the  secret of Vulc Tide pleasures.  It will be an easy matter in onr-  holiday showing of fine perfumes, toilet accessories, dainty,  desirable novelties, etc.. to find  the item thai* you'll feel toll? in  perfect, elegant taste that will  attest the good judgment of the  donor. The price-i are most  reasonable, as is always the case  here, A li tlio list that will aid  yon iu making up the presents  for friends and acquaintance.*.:  Now odors in Pinaiid*- perfumes. Violet* Sensation and  Carnation I'ink. Roger 6c CJal-  let'-. latest odor**. Knglish perfumes. Crown 6c OrofesmithV.  Si-oleyV American perfumes in  fancy boxes from 7,1c. to (***..00.  Plate mirrors $] to $:J.."50.  Sterling silver mounting*, in  tooth, nail, hair brir-hes and  combs al-o sterling mounted  cloth brushes, perfume bottles  ~aird_slia v iTTgTc t s (.! ok riJaelcec 1���  briishe.-*. combs 'and mirrors  Ebony goods iu hair and cloth  brushe-.  CANADA  DRUG & BOOK CO.  \('l-��ll,     Mnli-.ll     I'llllllllllM.  \x-i-x-ii-'j:-i:ii-x-x-i:zx-x-x^x-x-2t-x-z^-ii-x^-2  Gut Prices is the  Order of the Day  Audi wnnLlo _ciii it. 1 have just received  Full wimples of Suiting*, and Ovcr-  coiUiiiK. representing a ��50,000 stock to  choose from made to your onlor al piice.  never before heard of in Nul-ftm. All tho latest  fiids in Fancy VestinRS for Fall and winter,  .piwlie.' tailoi ing in ;i!l it ���, binnuhc. il specially.  Lowest price-,.   Ituuius 1 and 11, Ilillj ci block.  e  CLEANING AND REPAIRING.  Telephone 13  H. D. _Asheroft  BLAOKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  \Vft��on repairing promptly attended to by a first class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing aud  uuHtom work from outside points.  Your own   goods   made up.    Old clothes  made good as new.  ___^rt:s:tt:r gs-eb  Oppooitc Cl-irkc Motel. _itKUC*irANT TAILOR.  R. REISTERER & Co!  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OP  Fine Lag^er Beer5  Ale and Porter  S*-i_p:   {,��!' S trwrt, btweeii Baker ami Vernon, Nilto*. ^^yffimn to^otoade.       BttWWJ. at M SOU.  THE NELSON SAW & PLANM MILLS, Ltd.  We have a stock of one and a half, million  feet of logs at our mill and are prepared to cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber,  shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,  | newels, turned verandah posts.   Glass-of all sizes.  j Factory work of all kinds done to order.  THE NELSON SAW & PLANM ILLS, Ltd.  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS., NELSON.  PALACE    FRUIT   STORE  The Largest and best a_sorted stock of Candies aiid Confectionery in the City.  G. B. Chocolates and Bon Bons.  Lowney's    ,c "       "       (direct from New York.)  Crystcilized Fruits (direct from London, England.)  Corner of Baker I      A      M^nHMAI   P.  and Ward Streets. u��   r\-    IVI<L.L-'V_/InML.___/.  If HAD   Ol'TIOH   AT   NKTiSON���j.rOr  urns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  .  ��� .���Dealers in-Meats  Marl-rots ,���_(, Nolson, 1**.).sl;.i_(l, Tmil,  Kaslo, Ymir, S.-iikIoii, Sih-erton, Now Denvei', l.ovo.-  stok'V I'Vrguso.), (.rami Fork'-', (! iron-wood, Cascade Cily, Midway, and  Vancom-c-i',  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  AIjIj "KIjVDpS qv  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  ���wholesaTjE Axn hrtail  * FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Balder Street, JVelson   E* G_  ORDERS BY MAIL RKCKIVK CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTKNTIQN.  W. P. DICKSON  E. H. H. APPLEWHAITH  J. McPHBH  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Construction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, -.araps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 806. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  TO Y0Uf( LOT LiNE, WE DO IT  SEE US  GAS   FITTING   OUESPEOIALTY PLUMBING   OF   ALL   KINDS  STRACHAN BROS. Opera House Blk,  Fred J, Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  A  �����--.  WRST RAKER STREET* NELSON  oppoarriB sit*ver kino hotei  m ���7e___s_a__35ssg  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^mm  THE TMBtME:  NELSON B. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1899.  Jank of Montreal  V  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up.    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATHCONA AND  MT   ROYAL. Pronldont  lion. OKO. A. DRUMMOND .....Vice-Rroaideiit  ..   .S. CLOUSTON llenoral Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  ���_sr*EH_ao3sr _B_a_&-_sro*E-i  N. W. Coi'. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BBANCHK8 IN       LONDON  (England).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  ami In the principal ell lea in Canada.  Huy unci sell Sterling Exchange and Ctvblo Trail..era  GRANT COMMERCIAIp AND THAVKLLKK8' L'RKDIT-,  availuble lu any part ot the world,  rm.iFTa issnKn  coi.i.kotions made; eto.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Ailiq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on District.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  TO  WELCOME   SIE CHARLES TUPPER.  Tin.! mooting of tlio Conservative  Association of Nelson, which was held in  the boai-cl,of tirade room last evening, was  well attended. W. A. Macdonald was  palled to the chair and G-. M. Brydges  acteil as secretary. The chief object of  the meeting was to make arrangements  for the reception of sir Charles Tupper  during his visit; to the city next Aveek.  Tlie general opinion of tlio meeting was  that the leader of the party should be  received in proper style, and on motion  ���of J. H. Bowes seconded by 1). M. Carley  a resolution was carried reciting thatthe  Conservatives of Nelson retained confi-  ���d.encc in sir Charles as their leader and  -that he be invited to speak in the city  upon the first convenient; date..  The next order of business was the  selection of a reception committee, the  members of which should-have charge of  all matters connected with the leader's  reception. The members selected for this  wore: W. A. Macdonald, D. M. Carley,  .Fred Irvine, John Toye, ... A. Kirkpatrick,  J. E. Amiable, H. R. Cameron. A. Ferland,  .1. If. Bowes and A. G. Gamble.  A committee was then formed to draft  an address of welcome to the visitor, P.  M. Carley, 11. W. Ilanningtou and ,T. II.  Howes being named upon it. ��  A committee, composed of 11. Thompson, V. .1. Bradley. .1. 10. Amiable, .). Mil-  ward and \V. W. Hen ton, was  appointed  to  take  in  hand   the  decoration of the  opera house.  The members of the association also  put themselves upon record in a resolution approving of a convention of Conservatives of the electoral district of  Yale-Cariboo. The idea was merely to  set the ball rolling so that the provincial  organization of the party can take the  matter up and carry the convention project through to a successful issue.  A committee composed of Fred Irvine,  J. A. Kirkpatrick, J. E. Amiable and H.  It. Cameron was appointed to look after  the linanei.al part of the reception of sir  Charles Tupper.  A vote of thanks was moved to Fred J.  Starkey for past services as secretary.  A meeting of the local association will  be held during January for the election  of officers for 1900.  DELAYED   IN   PRINTING.  London, December 19.���A dispatch to  tho Daily Mail from Frere camp, says  that the bodies of two of the guides who  misled general Gatacre at Stormberg,  were found on the battlefield. The men  had been shot.  Manila, December I...���General Grant  has discovered hidden in .Subig bay, the  steamer Bol Francisco, fully equipped  aud coaled. .She is supposed to be the  vessel Aguinaldo was keeping ready for  his escape.  London, December IS.���The war office  tonight posted a revised list of casualties  in tho battle of Magersfontein, giving ul'  additional killed. ,-.  Toronto, December IS.���The residence  of Charles Herring was destroyed by fire  last night while the family were at  church.    The loss is about $10,000, which  FULL LINE OF  Wholesale  Houses  Parson's  WHOLESALE  Company  Butter,  Eggs,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS  Full stocks carried at Nelson  and  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  NELSON  B.C.  HALCYON WATER  IS NO EXPERIMENT.  'l'lii1    medicinal    \alucs   ol    HALCYON  WATEI!   has   boon  proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Propei ly.  vdinonstieot   Thorpe ��& Co.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish  local and const.  Flooring  local and coast;. '������"���.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  "Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  what you want Is not in stock wo will mako it for you  CALL AND GJCT PRICES.  in considerable part consists of  valuable  hunting cups.  Toronto, December 18.���The Metropolitan church (Methodist) contributed over  $50,000 to the century fund last evening..  The amount exceeds what was  expected.  According' to a dispatch from Cape  Town, general sir Charles Warren and  his staff liave started for DeAar. This  seems to indicate that the fifth- division  will be sent to reinforce lord Methuen, a  decision which will meet with general  approval, as the opinion is almost everywhere held that it would be useless to  waste any more time by frittering away  men between the various columns.  Carparks, Venezuela, December IS.���  Spain, Italy and Germany have today indicated their recognition of president  Castros. The new government lias now  been formally recognized by all nations.  The Grain Went Via Canadian Porta.  Buffalo, December 19.���This season's  receipts of grain total HG.0S5,*_07 bushels,  j a decrease of over 71,000,000 bushels as  j compared with last year's shipments. The  * decrease is accounted for* by the ship-  I ments made from Chicago and Duluth  j via the Canadian ports.  ; Wages Advanced Voluntarily.  Cornwall, Ontario, December 19.���The  Canadian Colored Cotton Company has  voluntarily advanced the wages of its  'employees ten per cent. The advance  will affect 1500 hands.  iti).  %  C).l2>.'Z?.{Z2.C.  ���i*^_.**"2_.  sess-s:**  mi  ��.m  mi  m<<  *.-��*.&?  "1:*5_  All Nice Xmas Presents  leather smoking chairs  rattan smoking chairs  rattan rockers  ladies* rockers  music cabinets  side boards  bed room suits   ���  dining room suits  dining room tables  enameled beds  leather couches  velour couches  tapestry couches  hall'rockers  upholstered rockers  cheffoneres  !  How would  one of those  beautiful  Brass Canopy Top Beds  suit your wife  for Ijer Xmas gift  D. McArtkr & Co.  l\\d Furniture Men  rm  ���B  m  m  M  m^  9 ���,__���> ���<_���-*���  m  m?  7 ���<_=>��� /=>���<=>���<_=*���  m,  ���w:  .<=-*j,<c��. **5Tp*=v  LARG  mmm&  ��*_r* ���=-*.���*!  .^.tf=>.<_='.  m  'E>p=*.  mt  m  LEARINQ SALE   1  FOR  m  CHRISTMAS WEEK  ���W  A.  GROCERIES.  "MACnON'AIjD & CO.-Cornur Vernon nnd Jose  pliine -.treats. v.liolc<wlo,(fi'oi"oi,ei and jobbers in  bl.inkets, glove*;, mitts, boots, rubber., mackinaws and  miners'BiijKlries.  OOTKNAY   .SUPPLY    COMPANY,     LIMITED-  Vcrnon _Li'cot, XolaOn, wholesale RrDcciv*.  fOHN   t'lIOLDlTCH   &  CO.-Fiont stroot,  Nelson.  "    wholesale grocoivi.  Charles  D.  J. Christie  (-rKNERAL   BROKER.  J. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS. NELSON  Contractors and Builders  "WILL DO WELL TO  Clothing1  Shirts  Underwear  Overcoats  Pants  Maekinaws  Suspenders  Gloves  Neekties  Shoes  Mitts  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  fi.  150 Suits of Clothing  i  COAL.  CHOW'S  XKp-'T   PAPS COAL fTO! 1'ANY.���"Wholesale (icnlrrv in eo.il and eui...   Oli.ule. tit. limb.,  AsfliH. Jtukcr stroot. Nrlion.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HIIY JCllS & CO.���Corner J.aker nnd .lo .ciitiinc sU'cpU.  ���   Nelson, w!)oIc*p.ilo ���lejilcrs in tiar-Uvuio ami mining  ^Pldio..   Agouti for Gi'V'!- Powder Co. ^_^   LAWRENCE HARDWAKK COIIPANY-Uakcr St.,  Nelson, wholesale rtoiilen In hui(lwm*c and ininini.  supplien. nutl wator and pluuibcr;-.'.supplies.   V_ ANCOUVKIt HAKDWAHK COMPANY, LTMITkT)  ���Raker strost, Nelion, wholesale dealers in h��rd-  wnre und mining bupplic1*, idumbor       '  plie-i. ,     aii'l tinsmillis'sup-  I_N"STJK-^_ZsrCE3  MONEY  TO LOAN.  COLLECTIONS   SOLICITED  CRATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  T HOI.PIO ptCO., LIJtllTKl).- Curlier Vernon and Cedar  htreet*;, NeUi.n, iiMiiniiu'tiircif of and wholciali*  dealei i in n*r.itpil %\.iters and fruit -.'ynips. Solongeut-*  for Ilaleyon Spring*' mineral walcr.   __rzz:_z^-Hassayers^ supplies -���'  V. VKKVXKU &. CO.-Cqriicf  llikpr and ..To.e-  W. pljfno.ilroots N'olion, wlioloialo di-nleis in ii**;-  iiiyors hiipnlii -s. Auenl-s, for Uonwi* i-'ire Clay Co. at  llenvor, Coloi.ido. ^ ^ ___  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpUIlNER, UEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon and Jose  �������� phino <;tirots, Nolson, *tvholc_..lo dealers in liqi-oi*s,  i-ierarB and drj- p-coda. Agents for Pabst Urewinj. Co. of  Alilwaultoo and Calgary Uro**, ing Co. of Calgary.       _  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H.T. KVAN8 & CO. -llakiM' stroci, Nolson,-wIioTosald  ��� dcnlci*8 in liquors, cigars, eemenl, lire brio), find  fins olay, water pipe and Mooi rails, and general nom  mission' merchaiptp.   FLOUR AND FEED.  FOR  S-A.T_j.__:  A /-Room House, all modern  conveniences, 3 blocks from  postoffice, one lot $2900  A 7-Room House, all modern  conveniences, i^ood location,  Lan^e lot.   2600  5-Room liouse close in, one  lot _._. .jjj^ ���    1350  50-foot'on Baker street    3000  TWO  SMALL  HOUSES  FOR   PENT*  A large stock o_ flrot-cl.tss dry* material on hand, also  a fall line of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, eto,  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard;   Foot of Hcndryx street, Nolson  Telephone, 91        Johll    Ra6,   AgBllt  WARD  BROS.  REAL ESTATE  AND  GENERAL  INSURANCE  AGENTS  i ,..,  ij*rn.           iir, oa  AIIU*. at K'dinonton, Vic-  BHACK-MAN & K1C11 MIUjIXO COMPANY  Kronthtruct, Nolsou, ���wholesale dealers in (lour, oal-  meal, etc., and hay and (.rain.   ""   ������'���������  loriil,_nnd New \ychtjiii_nsler._  "cigars.  KOOTRNTAY CIOAK MANUI-'AGTUltlN'O CO.-Cor-  iter linker and Hall hlieed, Nelson, iiiiiniifnulnrcn  of "Royal Bc.tl" and "Koolenay Hello''bi.nnN of cfcan  PAINTS   AND   OILS,  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY���Hakor Strect-  AVliolesalo dealer, in paint-,, oils, and brnslicb of all  kinds.   Largest stock in Kootenay.   FRESH AND SALT" MEAT.s",  P   BURNS & CO.���Hakor htreet, Nel->ois, \*,liolo*,alo  ���   dealers in fresh and cured mcits.   Cold stomitc.    POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE. "  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Bakcr fctrcel,  Nelson, niainif.ictm-crs of dynamite, hporling,  BtuniDing and black blasting powders, ivholosnlo dealers  in caps and fuse, and electric blas.tinK apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS   PRODUCE  COMPANY���Vernon  htreet,  Nelson, -wholesale dealers in provisions, produce,  and fruits.   Agents for S*,*, if fc& Co. bacon and hams.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.���Comer Vernon and Josephine  ���   streots,  Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions,  cured nieats, butter aiid eggs.   .    FR. STE WARTS. CO.���Warehouses one. IMt, track,  ��� foot of Stanley street, Nelson, wholesale dealors in  provisions, produce and fruits. Cold storage. Agents  Armour fe Co's bacon, foams, lard and other products;   MANITOBA PRODUCE AND COMMISSION CO.,  Ltd. ��� Nolson  branch, Hall  street.    Wholesale  dealers in butter, CKtcs and cheese.  SASH AND DOORS.  ���KTELSQJ. SAW AND PLANING MILLS, LIMITED���  ���^ . Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealors in sash aiid doors; aM  kinds of factory work made to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  rfAl/IFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED-Cor-  v^ iter Front and Mall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in wiiio.**{eascandbullc) anddomeBticaiid imi*ortm cigars.  Ui'KK't'^:  Four Doors West of Dominion Express Office  'I i Ir-phoni* 117. Jln\ .V.M.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NELSON, 11. 0,  Coffeo roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffoo,  Offer frosh roosted coffee of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, por pound p $   _0  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pound.  1 00  Flno Santoh, 1 pounds .,  1 00  Santos Blond, .i pounds ., 1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds.  1 00  Our Rio Roaat, C pounds... -  I 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors East of Oddfellows  BlooH-  Wast  Baker' Stfieet  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS-Nelson   Lodgo,  No,  2c,  Knights of Pythias, .meets in I, O. O.F. Hall,corner  Baker ana Kootonay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIE, C. C7 R. ��. JOY, K. of R. & S.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  ���brethren invited.  NELSON L. O. L., No. 1B12, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall,  corner Baker und Kootenay streeth, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each mouth.   Visiting brethern cordially iji-  vited.  JOHN TOYE, W. M.      F. J. BRADLEY, Rec. Sec.  "fCTELSON   -ERIE,  Number  22,  Fraternal Order of  ���*���"   Eagles, meetseverj* second and fourth Wednesday iii  each month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome..      . _ _   .  J. IRVING. President.       J. R. WRAY, Secretary.  TWELSON MINKRS' UNION  NO.  Oil, AY. F, of M.~  ���"    Meets in miners" uniou riioiiis, nurtheasl conier Vii-  toria nnd Kipotcriay .streeis, every Jialurday evening ut  8 o'clock.   Visiting members welcome.  JAMES WILKS, Soc'y.     CHAS. A. McKAY, Pros,  Tli 10 regular mooting.** <if the Carpenter"!* Union are  , hold on   Wednesday evening of each  week, fit 7  iiclnek, in.the old Oddfellow'*- hull on ICoolenfty slreist. .  ;.;��������� JAMES COLLING, Socrotary.,..':.  r ���'���.. ������..'���F^ ABOHITEOTS, :^yy W&t yi. /  tiWAftT & CARRIK���Arcbiteots,  Rotrnis 7ftttd8 Abe  ���C--:,rdoon block. Baker 8teoet,yN^Bony-.j:..,y.;:;:y;.;,  On  application  we will  quote you |  rates on Fire, Life, Accident and Plate j  Glass Insurance. I  Agents for J. and J. Taylor Safes,     j  FOR SALE---Business and Residen- .  tial Property. ** '  2.1 bv 1_0  w it Ii iiiiprovfmeiit-.  south "-iite Veinon j  f-tlVCtr ,         !>VK)0 |  fiO by 120 cornor or UnUrr and  II.ill si reels.   P.iHi-  _r*ul.irs given on itppIiiMiion.   2l. lots wilh rolt.igi', reined at S>!.. por month, Vic-  "toria -*trei*l ,.* .. ^tiflii i  2 lols with nninijo. ii'iilcd al .>3I per iimnlli, st.mlcy j  -.trref  "       -n'-OOi!  ijol*" iiifluding corner, ���(. I looi ironlugo      'jlSiO ���.  For Residential Property you could ���  not do better than invest in.Fairview, I  commonly known as Bogustown, es- '  pecially now that the tramway is  nearly completed,-  For particulars apply to above firm,  West Baker Street, Nelson.  A. R. Sherwood  Successor io Clms, A. Waternuui & Co.      ,  REAL pESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  ��&  At  From  to  50  Per  Cent  Discount  m  BOYS, DON'T MISS" IT! This is a great' opportunity to  get a nice Suit of Clothing for Christmas.' Black ^Beaver  Overcoats, Single or Double Breasted, Italian Cloth Lining,  reduced to $11. Everything in the Store from Tuesday,  the  19th, till Midnight on the 31st at REDUCED PRICES  m  Theo. Madson  <3^  ^_^?a*��^j^j^l*  C*��9'{&'1=>"G2  fi->-  mm  m:-  224-226 Baker Street, Nelson.  =s_5si'S�� i5g_s S -c__~S  m  M  ?^��jfeTlie^^  Tho only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  management .ineo 1SSW.  Tho bed-rooms aro well furnished and lighted by  electricity  The dining-room i** nofcacrond to any In Kootenay.  Tho bar i. always Ptociccd by tho n  Imported liquors and cigan..  Tho bar i*. always Ptociccd by the ho&t domcffio and  ". cigan..  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor,  NjALONE & TREGiLLUS  I'ROPRIKTORM  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  "TII.. IJKST HRAN'Di. OK  ^^��! Liquors ^nd Cigars  or Half*-  and=HaiIf....  IO Cts.  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  THE BEST UJLiASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT THE  \\. D. HUME, Manager.  The flncpt hotel in tho interior.  I_argo sample room-i.   Stfiiim heat and electric light.  ALWAYS ON HAND  CORNER OK "WARD AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  Kirst door \\e.st of Hank of  iiiitis-.!] Columbia uuilding.  Bal\et* St. Nelson  A. R BARROW, A.1VI.I.C,  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  Lai-KC and uell lirrlitcit Heateil by hoi nil  Ru.i^onablc rale1* .Sntnjdi* loom-  Klecliic belN and Ii'bIiI in cverj loom  Itcnovaluil and i*fniriii��.]icd throughout  HOTEL VICTORIA  ,T, V. PKIUCS, Proprietor  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  BAKER STRKET. NELSON  Corner Silica and  Sta*iloj Kircets.  E, J. CUBRAN, Prop.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT. -  Revelstoke, B. C.  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Street-.  0. Ho\* 55'l. TELEPHONE NO, if.  LethMdge fiaS Coal  Kiee bu. meet-,all (ruin-*  Hourly-treetcur to'���tHUon .  .  Nijjhl Unll Room in connection, for Ihu (loii\emunco of  g**f'St**.i.rrhin_;iind (.eiiarlini; by nif*ht liains.  The be  r>iti*i.af*cs  ���it .value fur the money in tlio uiatkct for alt  __3��     %a/��  eRIB, B. <5,  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  W, P. TIEENEY, General Alrent,  Terms: caKli. (llllee with C. I*. J. Cliristie.  Teleiihoni! 117.  QNB DOLLAR A LOAD  -: The midersigiied has a larxo quantity of flr. Cedar, and  taniarac slabs, iii iO-inch and i-foot let>R,'ths, suitable for  stove Wood, which will be sold for f 1 a load at. tho mill  ��� s*ard. ���  ������-���:   NELSON SAW & PLANING MILLS, Limited. .  yyNelMn.-AWtRl.lM-., 1839.-:.. -y \-y:yx:--'.^y:-::!  FJrst'Clasrf in every respect.   Choicest; wine.;, lit]nor-;  and cij?ar*5.   JCvcry comfort for transient and resident  l_UQSt��.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH   CAMPBELL,   Proprietor.  y .     Dissolution * of Oopartnersh.ip.v-'-  Tlio |Nir( itorwlii'i between. Iir,  11. I.islt.'iu and Iir'.'Alcx.*  Kuril* has been dis-iolved, liie. di..-��ilii.ifin (n ibili: frmn  Deeenil>er 1st, !��!��.   All debt, duo ihe firm mv payable  to Dr. I). Dalliui; mid be will pay nil debt** <if the linn.  ' Da1f4 Nolwn, Oec.WFiberi'.t.-iHiW..-*.'.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and. ilrsC-clnsa dining  room.   Samiilo rooms for commoroial men.  K.^.T'Ei.a si2 _?*B*_?.y"r)___T_"'.'.;'*:"  rs. E. C.   CLARKE, Prop.  ; Ltilo' (if tho Royal Hot-nl. CfUj-ttry,  Pin*��inuit Id "ticdiloi-b 'l'ru-t Deeds Act" and amoiuiins;  A u'-.  N'uiico i" hci'-liv -.iven thai Thomas f-taulev num.  lilHei'iuid .Joint U'lii-tuiti e I'iti'jck. irniiiliif utuU-i' the  lliin ii.une of lluiniihrcy . .t Piunek a��. iuu.eluit.t4 on  ItpilpUi- sjreui. N'eN'ou. Iii il Nil Coliiiubin, have bv deed  lie.iniii. d.ue Ibe 12th day ef Dr-ecuiher. 1*>!*!I, ns-iKiu'd all  ihi'fper-fni.il e^iatc. eiedit*, niidcll'uct si both partnership  and pnwile) which mny buM>ld umler otccutlon-Mid ail  ilieir its.il esUle. (J.olli paltnoi-l.ip antl prlvato. to  \\ ebslei ri>rein.m Traves of the Cilj of Nelson, Iii*iti=*ls  ( olumbi.t. Cfintiii.tor, in Irux ni*. trii-loe for oreditor>.  iholh piulliei -hip and nrivtitel fur llie purpose of distri-  biilion union*.-t tin* -aid creditor- aeeonling lo law.  'llu -,inl deed of a*i.si^mi����'nL ��'n~c**ei*ut'd b.\ the -aid  ThoiiiPi Stanley Iliinipliiej s ami John'Whlstmico Pit**  iJiek- iuiiJli> the,-aid Wel.-ti r l-'oifiiiaii Traves on the  -nd Pith day nf Dot ember, isjuj.  ,\inl fin ther tnke mat Ico (hat a mcetint; nf th<i said  ctedltor-will In*- litltl ,-it the t.JH. ��j t.f Ualliher & H'il-on.  -olicilnr-, I'.iker s|i*eei. Nel-pin. 15. ('..on KridaV Ihe-.'-Jiul  d,i> uf Dccijuibcr. ISSKI. at the h-nir of two o'eliw-k in the  nftenmiiii.  Allcrrdilors are u-qiiired on m-before the '.Mh duv of  Iieccinber. I-*"1.!, ti. life theireluiin- with the iri-ttuc, tlnlv  piovedn- pri.vidvd bv thes.tid act -talhiK the amount  and n.Uui'e thereof, tlicualuiy of any _cem*itvheld bv  them :iml tlio - hai.ieivruf lia1.ilit> thereof, aiid"ili_ valu-  aiion plait'd thereon.  Iu dcluiilt til the s,ud iriistci' reeeivinj; Mati��faetorv  proof thirei-l any creililor is liable lo havo his elailii  Uirred. \VKH<TK,lt KORKMAN THAVKS,  ,   ...              . Trustee.  (iAM.Tiini- ic Wilson, .Solleitws.  Dated ul Nelson. I.. C, this J3th day of December,  A.D..J89!'. ' I.if4w"A..."_^*."*-*'*^*i_^**ii^��*K-i ;-t_-"-9-  ^...r_-___!?"_*._;w  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. c., WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER  ->u,  1890.  er Cent Discount  In order to reduce oior stock 'previous to stock taking we have concluded to offer a discount of 20 per cent for cash on all goods in the drug line, with the exception of Patent and  Proprietary Medicines, until Saturday, the 23rd instant. These goods are not oldj and  shop worn, but on the contrary they are all fresh new goods, purchased in the best markets  and cannot be excelled.  W. F. TEETZEL cfr CO.  Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  Nelson, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail Druggists  and Dealers in Assayers' Supplies  The physicians in attendance have not  determined the exact extent of his injuries, but his condition is regarded as  precarious.  Western Canadians .should use ].. cv K.  rolled oats, because they are made from  grain grown in Western Canada, and  milled iu mills operated in Western  Canada by western Canadians.  11������������������������ a-*' =====h=h^=="===  ~yci��jLM  NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.  TIES  TIES      TIES       TIES  TIES       TIES      TIES  Wo have a niuKisillcont iniif.0 of 'host* -jowls in I'ud'-. Handkeichief-, .md l*'lo\vin|_ ends, in all tlio very  Intel tolor** nnd pattern.*-, ri'-'hl from ihe lie-t (.'linn-linn and American nmikcts, and ut pn e.that,  defy c.inpetitiuii.  STLK HANDKERCHIEFS  SILK HANDKERCHIEFS  The \erj  liiie-l rpuilitics.il- while uiul uilorod.  with inilialid comers, nt  Ihu very lowest  prices.  GLOVES  GLOVES  GLOVES  GLOVES  GLOVES  S..K Ol"It .*_Pl.i'IAL LINTS AT SI.    IT'S A Tl.KAT.  UNDERWEAR  UNDERWEAR  UNDERWEAR  Ureal assortment uf these good** ilireei, from the manufacturers, including WriKlit.Vs Famous Health  llrand in fleece lined, fall and see them mid Ret priee-. You will bo convinced thai, they are second  lotionc. AVenlso have a lnrtto stock of elolhinn. boots. =hncs. and everjthiiiK else that men rciinire.  wliich wc are*.sellini. al spcciul reduced prices durinpr the lwliduj -. Come and Kel your Fhare ofthe  lie=t nurgiiiiis in ihe very be-t and latest (joods over di-flayeil in N'c]son.  J. A-  G-LKER,  Thte  Furnisher.  213 _..i   _".__RKR   STREI-M'.  SMALL SHOES ("v UUUi d"l|,s  STRONG SHOES "' sU"y ,,ovs  STYLISH :SHQES<Ztu���MU,iV  DAINTYWM^M&fl  ELEGAN^mmsm^i^m  ���H'H  COMFORTABLE  FOOTWEAR  i* _ - \S'<; -tand back ef utir .Shoes  -,    They .tie inude in -ui'b a .way, from ,-neh stock, 'that there i- mi escu-e, fur _m,\t..iu-_r but -nli-f.\uliim  \\V, li.i.it ii Ui-jroi' stock than ynii M-umlly sine and lower price-'fur the -.unu uiiillily  . ~- - (Itnn you e\ci* ruii-nero-. *    , *  * .Shoes to lit nil feci, iir-lyles Hi suit every fancy, af priee- mowed dnnn lo a iiiiniiiiiiin.    '  '  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  LOCAL JEWS IN BRIEF.  The street gang under foreman Me-  Donell is engaged in lowering the grade  ol: Kootenay street at its intersection  with Baker street. The material removed is being used to fill in Stanley  street next the Hudson's Bay building  and Ward street noxt the Madden  building.  Thomas Quigley, who has spent the  summer in Nelson, left last night for his  home in Perth, Ontario. c.  Chief Jarvis states that the present  month is quite unprecedented in the history of the force in point of arrests.  Outside of a few drunks, the police liave  had practically, no oceasion to make  arrests.  Constable McPhee, of the Rossland  police force, came to the city yesterday  morning with a prisoner* named Thomas  Brown, who was committed by police  magistrate Boultbee for larceny. Brown  will serve a six months' sentence here.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At tii.: .11 ...mi..���A.'. A. Davies. <*. A.  Cameron and wife. Kaslo: C. A. Halvar-  son, A. Ilalvarson, ... Wiling, Minneapolis; K. .Mansfield, Tread well Cold  Alines; I). AV. Aloore, K. AV. Coleman,  Trail: C. O. Douglas, Toronto: .1. A.  Hrown, Spokane.  At Till. i'...vn..--A. h. Dean, Trail ; .1.  M. AlcCregor, AV. IJ. .lellrcy, Slocan : A.  Lucas, .1. Murdoch. II. Wtigress, Vancouver:  .1. .S. C. h'raser, l.ossland.  At thk Quken's.���.1. T. Lawrence,  Silverton: Mary A. Clarke, W. C. Richards, .Sandon; Mrs. .1. .1. McMullen, Porto  I {ico: W. J). McKay, Kaslo.  At thk Royal.���A. A. Lloyd, Nelson  Wadkins, Glen's l^erry;   I).   (*.* Hackney.  At tiii. Silver Kino.- James Smith,  r\ A. Smith, Ainswortli; .1. E. George,  Greenwood.  At thk Maudes.���S. Brooks, Grand  'Forks;* J. Borboys, Burton City.  At thk Tkr.moxt.-C. J. McDonald,  Toad Mountain.  <i  is***  k ������__<������  P^,  _lt__:V ��� ���' _?_ i I 'jfc_! -  .p..../  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, LETH-  BRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds equally well. Not requiring the  attention of an. ordinary coal heater. Economical, durab!e*and simple in con"  struction.   See our Steel Ranges for hard and soft coal or wood.  BUSINESS  MENTION.  Suitable for  -Furnished house for rent���  snriill fnuiily.   .Apply at, Tribune Ollico.  For .Sale���Twelve  second-hand   wood-  I'lirniiijj-stoves with pipes.   Apply at I'haii- hotul.  Goods at Half Price  R, AV. Drew, freight agent C. P. JR., has  been notified by wire of the serious illness of his father, who resides a t Kingston, Ontario. Mr. Drew will probably  leave tomorrow for the East. Mrs. Drew  will accompany liim.  Sidney Watson, a miner employed at  the Granite, is critically ill .at the general  hospital. .--While engaged about the  works ti heavy bolt fell some distance  striking him in the abdomen with great  force. The unfortunate young man was  seriously injured internally, and" was  brought to  the hospital'for  treatment.  "MAK.������*_. STRRKT, NKLSON'  Established in Nelson in" 1880.'  Our stock is now complete. OUR ENGLISH GOODS, which  were shipped "51 days ago, will be on display on Tuesday, or  Wednesday at the farthest. The goods must be.sold at once, as  ���they were purcnased solely'fbr the holiday trade���and they will  be sold, even if at SACRIFICE PRICES. Call early and make  selections.  A   LIST   OF   TUB   GOODS.  Henry-Rogersof Engiand-Pearl-handles.-  Cake knives in oak, pearl handles.  Fish sets, in half-dozens and dozens.  Fruit sets, cabinets in oak.  Knives and forks, in celluloid handles.-  ' In this city alone are testifying as  to our efficiency in WATCH  REPAIRING. It is worth while  listening to. It wi!J save you  time and money in the long run.  -Absolutely no risk. Satisfaction  or money refunded.  PATENAUDE  BROS.  BAKER STREET.  Watchmakers, Nelson, B, C.  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  B. & K. Rolled Oats  The-BestThat  Money Can Buy  Take.no Other  Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Tea Spoons, in sterling silver.  Children's knives, forks and spoons, in sets.*  Carving sets, game sets, butter knives, sugar spoons'/in. silver  and with pearl handles.  Liquor Decanters, in different patterny and styles.  Dinner Gongs and Wine CooJers.  A large variety of the above named goods will be ready for inspection on the day noted above, and they will be displayed to  be sold.   All engraving free of charge.  i!U.ii(i_ii]<'il by tho Jirucki-naii-lvur Milling Co.. Lid.  fctii.ia, Vancouver, VV<*hliiiin.--lcr, Edmonton, XcNon.  MnnufiiU-iu  V  440-242 Baker Stroet, Nelson.  FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE  NELSON CIGAR CO.  If ynii would enjoy  n frc-h .-iiul fnitf-Uii.  smoke doii L forget tho  Cnrliinct knoft*-. Ilioiii  ho  Save  Your  Do!iars  Hy Jiuyiii--: your goods from ns ill! thisr  ivcek and wo will p.avu you dollars. Your  ������.pecial Attention is-eulled to did- larRO assortment, of men'-,, hoy's, find children**1,  elotliinj., furnishings and . hoc..  We still have some goods left from  the bankrupt stock purchased at  Sandon at a low rate on the dollar,  and consequently we can defy  competition.    .     ���    .....    .  HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Dress goods fancy mixtures, regular price  $1.75, salo price $ I.  Dress good?, fancy mixture, regular price  S 1.50, sale price 7;*. cents.  Dress good.-?, fancy mixture, regular price  75 cents, salo price 10 cent.*..  Table Damask at 25 cents per yard.  Children's wool ltoso at 11) cents per pair.  Ladies' ilanncllottc wrappers at $1.25.  l.lack   Henrietta,   worth  75  cents,  sale  _���  price 50 cents. '-   .    / ��   -.  :  Mack   Henrietta, -worth   50   ceiits,  sale  ���price 35 cents.   '        ' V  ['ink'flannelette 7 cents per yard. .    -   '  Ladies' fancj* blouses, velyetcollars, I'egtt-  l.'u1 price $1.50, sale j.ricc -SO cents.  Miner's  shoes,   regular  price'$'3.00,  sale  price $1.50,  Overalls;,"regular  price',$1.00, salo  price  50 cents.  Oxford  shirts, regular jince  $1.25, vale  price 50 cent*?.  Men's tweed suit.--*', regular  pHee $12,50,  sale price $7.00.  Men's heavy all-wool  tweed pan Is. rugti-  -    lar price $3,50, sale price $2.00,  For want of space we are going but  of ladies^ and children's footwear,  and will clear these off at cost . . .  Iti-Kulni'        Salo  Ladies' Oxford -.hoes $L75 $ 1.00  Ladies' strap shoes    1.75 1.00  Ladies' kid button shoes    2.00 1.25  Ladies' kid button shoes    3.00 2.00  Children's .shoes    LOO 50  The Balance_of_our  ladies'  capes  . _ and.jackets-at- less _than_cost. _.AIL_  other goods in our *^^^?i__.atl__  reduced prices.   .    . *.    .    .    ...  A. Ferland & Co.  KLLIOT nLOCIC, BAICElt STRKET. NELSON.  Smoke..  -//,  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  d  WE HAVE STOVES  But while we are .waiting .for the cold weather we  would draw your attention to our line of  NICKLED   COPPER  WARE  Including' Tea and Coffee Pots (several designs), Enamelled Handle Dippers, Pudding Dishes, Tea Kettles, etc.,  and the only place you can get them is  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   GO.  .u  (  .ixicLfe  A COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY BISCUITS AND CAKES  FIGS *  ^  CRANBERRIES  DATES  MAPLE SYRUP  PLUM PUDDING  HO^EY. IN COMB  DRIED FRUIT  HEW CURRANTS, CLEANED   -  .    NEW SULTANA RAISINS. CLEANED  ���NEW YALENCIAS, CLEANED  NEW LONDON LAYER RAISINS, 5, 10, and  201b. BOXES.  NEW PEELS,. ASSORTED ENGLISH  MIXED NUTS  APPLE   CIDER  All the Necessaries-For  ' Yo.ir Xmas Dinner  MINCE   MEAT  GRAND  DISPLAY   OF  LARGEST  CROCKERY   AND    GLASSWARE.  STOCK    IN   KOOTENAY.  THE  ���  QUALITY THE BEST-.-.PR.C-S THE LOWEST.  HiikcrSlrucl.  0|i|j<isit_ (juuuu'p  lloti.i,  BROWN & CO.  I'nipriotor.  CREAT FtEDtfGfHW  ANTi?A(J��fE  ���0-8 MESrcflAL **�����!��  X3iat->xvm&MZ)  TO FREIGHTERS AND PACKERS  21 PACK MULES.       6 WORK MULES.  4 SADDLE HORSES.  'I'lio a<iv<si*t iset- is pt'opnTe'd'-to sell iht-so .iiiiiiial�� in on.  lot or in lot., lo .sV.il. 'jmrchnscr. T.lie>c ate (is-jollcnt  liiules, in gocxl QontlUioit and well broken. Tb��y can b.  seen tit .Sugar Loaf iJiinel), Kumlooi's. The advortiser  cau aim furnish, if dosired, aparejoes, sleighs or wagon*  ')  ��� '   aa  G. W. West & Co.  , vji** lo'iT. GRAHAM,  Ihoiiunlynf (lie dnip-sand nic(li<;incs artiiiini-*-  lured to tho palionl. i*i the most c.->M'iitial oli��mont  in tho suecos^fnl treatment of (Ii.-,ca*,e. Prcwrin-  tinns arc romiMmmled by us from absolutely pure  drup�� in *k*__<*c. condition, and tho phvsioinnV  hloll will not be nullified liy old and iirnpotont  drugs.   Our stou!; of i*u(|iiisile*i for  THE TOILET  THE NURSERY  THE SICK ROOM  Are. complete  Venn- patromiKO -olirilcd  NURSES' DIRECTORY  For lhc convcnipiicp of iiiirocxniid ]ihr.sicinnr>, wc Imvo  cslnblisheda .\ur.scs'.l)ireotorj*,ana In order to have It  comiilcio, requoSt all nurses* to j*cnrt )n or call and Ictve  their immi;. and addressiw.  .JIS.''.X.SiXt- CIIKMIST  '4'elepliojie 14C> P.O. Box 24. lihkiu-SttveL  . Alail orders jjromjiUy attcudied to.  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS,   i    .    ...  Kirkpatrick  I*. O. EOX K. & W.  JUICKR STREET.  TELEPHONE 10.  Chri'-stinnias 1899  & B. Plum Pudding        Delhi Preserves in Glass  ;   Table Raisins       Japanese Oranges  Navel Oranges       Elme Figs  UNION   MADE  Kootenay Cigar Maufg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  us;r|ess  Will Opan on Wednesday, January 3rd, 1900.  Hookkeepin-.  "   " ne.*i.L  TlnirniiKlilv  Shoithaiid, Ty|ic\vi*itiiiK and  I'p-lo-dnli-  Uusine.-is Methods Taug-lit  Kxpcuiliou.-ly and  ' "'*.   Present Space Liudlrd.  It. Killer Karl j*.  Our.StockisNowOompIete ej^^isjiholley  Bakei* Street,  Nelson.  NICH.T   CLASSES   FOR   BUSY   PEOPLE  Will be opened immediately. In nddilion lo tin. wxuhii  branches, a i-la>.- in piintiiry woi I. mil be formed for  those whose early upjjitrtunities have been los:. 'J'eni.^  rea.onable.   For furl nor infnnii.itiod appl*, lo  Arii_loria S'treel,  Near City Hall.       -4  JATTRAV & NIMH  Will open her Kinder-  ^.irlcnand primary.school  ia the Knurlihh clum-li  ui:)iool room on Ihe -lid  of January, iMi. Vut  Icnus and all |)tu*li<.iilt��.r.=iapply lo WI8S PALMKR,  At i-eaidwies of .Mrs. J. It, Jiobertsou, UokurSjlrcel West.  iss raimep  emoval   JNotice  Wo beg tounno.uncc to our mauy patrons .that avc have removed to  our new qutii'lers in the Houston" Block, the big increase in .the  volume of our business forcing us to seek larger premises. Thank-  thc people for the patronage accorded'us in the past, in anticipation  of an increase of this custom in tlie future, wo remain* theirs to  command in all line.*' of groceries.  Houston Block, Baker Street  ARRIVED IN NELSON  arfoai  IncludiuK Se-ji-jun". 2, *1, ami 7 year old Ryo in ilnrrcli".      fiooileihatH Sc Worts'Rye in Cases  .Sejfr.wn'.. Htar, *._ Rye and While Wln.it WliJsky in Cases.      Walker"- Clnb Rye In Cases. '  A. 11. QUAY, Kootenay Agent  If!!  Nelson, li. C,  R; P..-RITHET &Ca  I "*. *��� *  My  mt  ���iS:

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