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Vol. i. No. 28.
NAKUSP, B. C, APRIL 12,  1894.
Price Ten Cents-
,  Front- Stavct.,: West, "■  -     Kaslo, B.C.,.:
The Largest and Most  Coni-
' plete 'Stock- in   the   Kootenay
Country.
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DRY GOODS,  '   GENTS' FE3KNISHINGS.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING,
CARPETS
k?,
BOOT'S & SHOES.
ALBERT POINT MYSTERY
Cleared up After the Lapse of Several Months.
COLUMBIA HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. C.
Coming & Rbdd, Prop.
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines, liquors
and cigars.
Hotel
NakLisp
This hotel is situated near the
■water front and has every accommodation, for;;the. 'travelling, public. '■:■■
. Sv THOMAS, Prop,
SUMMIT LAKE, B. C.
Good accommodations for travellers.
'The bar is supplied with a good
stock of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
KISDALE   &..; McKAY,   Proprietors.
It will be remembered that shortly
before the str. Lytton tied up for the
winter, her officers brought down
word that t he body of a man haci been
discovered at Albert Point, a few
miles distant from t he head of the
lake. Provincial Officer Fauquier
at the time chartered the Arrow and
^raised' along the shore in the neighborhood of the point, but his search
was unavailing, because of the snow.
Last Saturday, however, word was
again received that the melting snovf
had uncovered the body, which could
be easily discerned from the water;
Officer Fauquier at once organized'a
search party and early Sunday morning departed for Albert Point on the
Arrow. A short stop was made at
the Hot Springs to secure a person
said to have spoken to deceased a
short time before his death, but the
party could not be found: As the
boat approached the point, the body
was observed, with the back towards
-the water, reclining cprits -right -side,,
and close up to a large" rock, not
above 50 feet from the extremity of
the land. A landing was speedily
effected, but the sight that awaited
the searchers was ghastly beyond der
scription, and proved almost too much
for some, ■■who then wished themselves
far from the spot.
The body was in a forward stage
of decomposition, but tlie odor arising
therefrom, fortunately, was but slight.
The skull was entirely devoid of flesh
or hair, while the throat was equally
as back One-hand had rotted away,
and, thelfingers of \ tli$'; other dropped
off as the remains were' tu)*ned ovef;:
Beneath the; clothing; the "fleshgap-
ten thereon, in pencil; and,.some figures.    In   the   coat   pockets were a
spool of cotton, some buttons,  string,-'
and a couple of pieces of rag.    It was
in the hip pocket of the pants were
the    means  of   identification   were
found.    A small red pocket book *was|
emptied out, and upon being dried
two papers were discovered:    Both
of these bore the name of P. Johnson,
One was a poll tax receipt and the
other a hospital receipt, from the Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway, clearly
showing that deceased had been employed on that road during construction.    The receipts bore the dates of
Oct. 23rd and Oct. 3lst, 1893, Respectively.
From the position of the body, Johnson had evidently'..lain'- down in an
exhausted condition, and had expired,
without a struggle. ., His coat was
folded up beneath him,, presumably
to soften his hard couch. No food or
money were found on him, and it. is
thought he had attempted to walk to
the head of the lakerbut the difficulties had proven too great for him. To
reach the spot where found hemust
have clambered over,a series of.precipitous and ragged bluffs, while before him remained a weary tramp of
many miles before assistance could
obtained: On the return
ge tlie following document was
drawn up and* attested by six witnes:
■': WILSON CREEK.
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Various   Improvements   Effected in
That Hustling  Burg.
have been
voyas
Hessrs. Nault and Muirhead departed for Wilson Creek early Saturday morning, the latter having come
in On Wednesday. At the townsite a
great deal of work has been accomplished, but much yet remains to be
done. Mr. Nault's store has been
erected and the goods put into shape.
The first consignment consisted of
seven tons, conveyed to the townsite
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.'.from.,; the head of the lake on a scow.
The store building is large and well
built, having living apa'itm.ents' overhead, while the stock carried is varied and extensive.,
he hotel which is of two stories
rn
MADBBN-; HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. C.
EOBT. MADDEK", Prop.
7i,.-:uitifulty >'-it:'>«f.ca on Mi'! Lidco slwe at the en-
tr *nti tli tiic ');*< ?u.J>hortest rond to -the. Slocan
uunc:5'diKt..-iusv Denver. Tlie bc-t-.fishing and
hunting in the district, with gniud-bcatiag and
sketching facilities for tourists and artiste. The
bar is supplied with the best brands of wines
iquors and cigars. The accommodations of the
Hotel are the best.
peared
natural, though sadly
emaciated. As stated above, the
body'was resting on fit's right side,
with the right leg and arm bent beneath. The clothes consisted of rough
hob-nailed lace shoes, grey woolen
socks pulled up oyer blue overalls,
dark grey tweed suit and common
wool underclothing. The shirt was
of dark material, with a white stripe,
and lying about a foot farther up the
ruck was deceased's black felt hat.
ses: '' We, tlie undersigned, having
viewed the remains of one supposed
(by poll tax receipt and hospital receipt found on body) to have been P.
Johnson, are unable to form any conclusion from the decomposed state of
the body as to the cause of death.n
Upon arriving here the boat was met
by a large concourse of people, who
followed the remains in respectful
silence to the cemetery. There a
decentburial was accorded the body,
in accordance with the beautiful lit-.'
urgyof the Episcopalian Church.
Many enquiries; have since bee ii j
made as to the identity of the deceased, not a few claiming acquaintanceship with him. All were baiiied,
however, with the descr'ption of the
clothes, excepting one man, who established his claim by means of. v-lie
knife and shirt. 'From him it was
learned that Johnson was a Swede,
about 28 or 30 years of age, and of an
erratic disposition. He had worked on
j the N elson & Fort Shepberd i uad, aud
An old sail was procured and the the]': came up to the Nakusp & Slocan
remains stretched thereon, prepara- Railway, working l on the McLean
'tory-to an examination of the clothes | contract till the end of December,
being made ere the remains were en- He then stopped at the Prospect House
closed hi the coffin. In the pockets of for a short time, afterwards leaving
the overalls and vest were found a I for the Hot Springs on the Lytton.
quantity of tobacco, matches, a white (There his actions end. so far as the
bone-handled clasp knife, and a slip j clues.go. Deceased had relatives on
of paper with the word "Peter' writ- ithe American side.
and. 50, feet in length, apart from the
kitchen, is almost ready for the roof. .
It i/ to be fixed up in first class condition, each room being tastefully .paper-
ed and decorated, while all the fixtures will be substantial and good.
An office is to be erected at the side
of the, hotel.        i/
No clearing has yet been attempt.
on the townsite, because of the snow
which is still on the ground. So soon
as practicable aforce'of men will be;;
employed and the work rushed
through.
The steamboat wharf was completed over a week ago, to deep water. '
This will permit of any boat tying up
thereto at any season, while its capacity is sufficient for all the requirements of the ploce.
Mr. Nault has received the contract
for putting in a Y switch at that point
for the N. & S. R., necessitating upwards of 1,000 feet of grading. This
will give employment to a small gang
of men.
It has been decided to give the
townsite some definite name, but just
what it will be has not been full y resolved on.
Fish in the neighborhood of the
creek are abundant, whole shoals of
them   being   noticeable   frequently.
The trout run as high as 20 pounds in
weight.
The mineral resources of the country within five miles of the place are
rapidly coming to the front. During
the past week another strike of paying ore was discovered not two miles
distant.    The
ledge
is well defined
and traceable for some distance.
Cuiiey Robinson is once more in the
restaurant arena. He has leased the
Great Northern Hotel dining room,in
Kaslo, and is serving meals that will
tickle the palate of any ordinary individual.
-'••3& TO THE PEOPLE OF NAKUSP.
A Voice From Among tlie Denizens
of Trout Creek.
Editor of Nakusp Ledge:
Sir,—Perhaps a few lines from the',
neighborhood of Trout cree k fca <j he
citiceEs of Nakusp would not come,
amiss on this occasion. For a short
time then. 0 ye people, forget the
price of silver and cease to speculate
as to the possibilities or probabilities
of the continuation of the ever-present
and all-impOrtant Nakusp & Slocan
Railway, and, in the spring time of
tlie year, turn your thoughts to another of our many Tesources; to the
Arcadia of ■ West Kootenay—Trout
creek and its environments.   '<:
All the, way from the foot of the
Upper Aitow Lake to the head of the
Lower Arrow Lake the river's banks
are parcelled out in protoplasmic
ranches, waiting but for the touch of
the magician -man—to convert their
seeming sterility into the full-grown
fruit-bearing tree of horticulture—to
sa y nofehing of agriculture. About
30 half sections have been pre-empted
during the past six months and considerable more than half the owners
have been in residence during tlie
winter: Tracts of timber-covered
country,r,and_prairies, with wild hay
luxuriantly covering their virgin
soil, which,1 until lately, knew only
the simple tepee of our-dusky fore-
loopers—the Siwash and liis family—
are now besprinkled plentifully with
the log cabin of the settler.
In no place within" this mountain-
begirt province has nature scattered
her gifts with so lavish a hand. In
most places the timber, although
superlative in quality, is not so thick
as to discourage the intending settler;
and on a great many ranches cultivation can be commenced at once
with little or no preliminary clearing.
Deer and grouse are pi en thai, and
the magnificent fish which abound
in the river form no insignificant
quota to the larder of the embryonic
rancher. Here, at least, one can hold
aloof from the ghastly struggle for
"Government appropriations'- for wagon roads, and stand calmly by, and
with a superior smile let the votaries
of red tape and boodleism stalk round
like a lewd spectre with unwholesome
breath, making all things it comes in
contact with infected with its own
sickly and phthysical organization.
Trout creek is almost perihelion in
this respect. Situated on one of the
finest waterways in North America,
the facilities for import and export
are almost incalculable. The land is
extremely well suited for the cultivation of garden produce and fruits, but
it is doubtful whether an attempt to
raise cereals in any quantity would
be attended with success. From the
nature of the soil and the situation
a.id climate, hops should be grown to
"perfeelioi?. and of a superior quality
to the American article.
For those who sneer at 19th century
pastoral idyls; it may be of interest
to state that gold has been found in
more or less' paying quantities in
most of the creeks which water this
fertile tract. Yes! the dusky-hued
Siwash has retired in favor of the
product of latter day civilization; the
tomahawk has given place to the
axe; the birch bark canoe is superceded by the three-cornered cracker-
box of the- white man; arid the ranch-
erie fades into the mysterious, eyer^
vanishing past before the Comfortable
house which rewards the active sinews of British muscle. ;
No more, O ye people of Nakusp,
will you be dependent on the coast
for the luscious cabbage or the succulent turnip; no lpngervwill you import
your beef from the North-West; no
longer will youbuy your hay and pota-
in Okanagan ahd! Palouse; no longer
will the mil k you use be extracted
from the genus ;'Tin;" no longer will
the velvet -skinned peach, the toothsome pear, and the! crisp, sweet apple
have to be brought from California
and Oregon. No 1 All will be produced within 30 miles of the threshold
of your future city; and Nakusp is
certain, to be the brightest jewel in
the crown of fair British Columbia—
a self- j > i u. 1 iicing, self-consuming community: in fact, the Utopia of; the
moral'north. ;   A SETTLER.
Trout Creek, Aprik6, 1894.
Wm. Hunter.
W  C. McKinxon.
Mineral Act Amendment.
Col. Baker, Minister of Mines, has
given notice Of motion to amend section 50 Of the mineral act by inserting the following in its stead: — "50.
Every conveyance, bill of sale, mortgage, or mining interest, should be re-,
corded within the time prescribed.for1
recording mineral laiins: Provided
the same be signed and executed
within the mining district within
which the mineral claim is situate,
and should the sanie be signed and
executed without the district in which
the mineral claim is situate, that the
conveyance, bill of sale, mortgage,
or other documents of title shall be
recorded within three calendar
months from the date of signing and
execution thereof: Provided, always,
that the failure to so record any sach
document shall not invalidate the
same as between the parties thereto,
but such documents as to third parties
shall take effect from the date of record, and not from the date of such
document."
~~~ -    ANNOUNCEMENT..    .
For Member of tlie Legislative Assembly
West Kootenay Electoral  District.
THE undersigned announces himself as a candidate for member, of the Legislative Assembly
fromaWe>t Kjooteuay District, subject to the action of the convention to be • held'3at Nelson on
April 12th, 1894.
•J. FRED HUME.
Nelson, January 10th 1S9 L
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New Denver a:
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DEALERS M GENERAL .'MERCHAHDiSL
'AH" Kinds' of Miners' supplies kept constantly in stock.
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The San Fra,iici$co_C&ll9 daily
and we«
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iVS^H-^Sii^ '■ £ >\ ;"JC: j" KASLO ASSAYED.
What the People of the Baby City
are Doing.
The Times has removed into Green's
building" on West Front; street.
When in Kaslo call on Billy Kellem
and get a square meal for 25cts.   t
The Hotel Slocan is now under the
guidance of E. E. Phair, of Nelson.
The Palace Hotel was robbed of a
quantity of liquors and cigars the
other night.
Lake Woolford reports a rich strike
of high grade in one of the workings
of the Dardanelles.
J. W. Barker has secured possession
of the Kaslo brewery and will commence operations at once.
The Times thinks there are too
many Hobos in town and wants them
to seek new towns to loaf in.
O. G. Dennis has been appointed
mining recorder here. The office at
Ainswoi'th will be abandoned.
When in Kaslo stop at the Great
Northern Hotel. Rates reasonable.
Headquarters for Hudson Bay Co.'s
goods. , .   t
A Portland man proposes toli^ht
the city by electricity. His proposal
wiil be taken into consideration by
the Council.
The steamer Nelson will soon be
placed on the Bonner's Ferry run,
and the Spokane will ply between
Kaslo and Nelson.
T. W. Gray has succeeded A.
Bishop as manager of the wharf;
The latter still retains his express
and steamboat agencies.
; The Government has given f 250 to
Kaslo's fire brigade. When thev pay
the $1,754 rebate on licenses George
Kane's smile will be a yard wide.
An agitation has been inaugurated
here to confine the demi-mondes to a
certain section of the city. As it is
now they are scattered in every
direction.
In the contest for the most popular
young lady in the district, Miss M.
Ediams of this citv, defeated Miss
McDonald, of Nelson, securing for
herself a fine watch.
At the primary election here for
delegates to the convention at Nel-
son, 171 votes were cast and the following gentlemen elected: A. Came-
eron, A Goodenough, R. F. Green, S.
J. Henderson, A. McKay, P. McDonald, and S. P. Tuck. At. Watson if,
vom- were cast and M. Flag-en elected drte-srate.-.
The Times ad vocatc^51 ynch 1 aw for
the miscreants who per] etrated tho
dynamite outrage at Northfield a few
weeks ago. The editor is fresh from
Montana and he forgets that in Canada every man cets a fair trial, and
it is time enough to hang him when
a judge and jury have found a-verdict of guilty.
HOTEL SLOCAN, NEW DENVER.
Accommodations for 100 guests. The
Finest Bar in the Kootenay country. Headquarters for capitalists, speculators and miners.
GETHING & HENDERSON. Props.
If   yori   have   Money   and
want to   meet   Monied
^        M at the
NEW DENVER, B. G.
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Wholesale X)ealers in Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Bananas,
arid all kinds of Fresh Fruited Batteiy Egga,
Nuts, Candy, Cigars, Etc.   -The largest Shippers in  tlie
';'■..-"■';:; :,:-:^:>-^/-\:l    Northwest.   .-.'.'.■"';:'"
518 and 52a
Mill
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Parties having; good Min=
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THREEMIlLfOM FEET OF -LOGS
In lengths of from 12 to 50 feet.   Any kind
of bill stuff can lie cut at short notice.
! ,000,000 FT. ROUGH LUMBER -500,000 FT. DRESSED LUMBER
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Shingles, Baths, Mouldings, Turned Posts and
Ballasters,■:.. Brackets. Etc. Two Carloads
'Hash and Doors; Two CarloMis Dry Fir
Clear-Flooring, 4in.; One Carload Dry Fir
Clear Ceiling; 4 Carloads of Clear Cedar,
foi Finish.; One Carload Glass, Paints, Oils,
etc., including Fancy Glass,Wood Stains, etc.
'■■^■■K-y^-te. ^b;:.'.:BTJGHANAN.
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BrlsrMest and Newsiest
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
SIX MONTHS .*.......-.».,...*»..,.,,.»,....•.• 1*50
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Advertising: rates furnished on application.
TO CONTRIBUTORS.
Correspondence from every part of the Kootenay
District and comniunications upon live topics
always acceptable. v Write on both sides of the
paper if you >rish. Always send somethingr good,
no matter how crude. Get your copy inwhile it
is hot, and we will do the rest. ,
THURSDAY,  APRIL 12, 1894.
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HISTORY   OF   THE   KOOTEJSTAYv
Fred Hum« gets the coveted
that J.
plum.'< .   "•■  " '■"■. '■ , • .'.,
The Legislature has been dealing
of late with a Government -measure,
entitled the Fraser River Bridge Bill.
This piecei of leffislati6W:'cklls* for :a
provincial bonus of $18,000 • peranum, extended over :seven years,
towards the -cost ;of* erecting- a *teel
bridge^over tlli«vFr«iser at New West-
mihsteiM-ah-ufidertaking of the great-
etet moment to-the citizens of tihe.Royal
and Terminal Cities.      '
A complete history of tlie Kootenay
country-, from tlie earliest days to tile
present tiine, is beiiigr compiled by R. T^
IiOwery. Experienced men with, valuable information would confer a favor
by sondin g their address to this office.
A bill has been introduced into the
British Parliament providing for the
execution o f the international agreement relative to the Behririg Sea
fisheries.-"- :;...-":.- ■.,::.-' .■'■''■"'"; . ;X','-:;'v. _/■.,''
Supplementary estimates, to the
amount of $24,510, have been brought
down in the Local House. Of this
Kaslo's Fire Brigade gets $250, and
the Kaslo wagon road $3,000.
There is a row brewing in the Dominion'Parliament over the management of the New Westminster penitentiary, boodling being charged.
Messrs. Mara and Mulock want a
thorough investigation.
An extra of the B. C. Gazette contains a list of collectors appointed under the Elections Act for the province.
W. J. Goepel and N. Fitzstubbs are
named as the collector and distributing collector respectively for West
Kootenay.
British Columbia and the North-
West are receiving numerous additions to ? their respective populations
of late, chiefly from England and the
United States. A special train of 28
cars, containing settlers and their
effects, recently left Kansas City for
Edmonton.
Hon. J. H. Turner, R. P. Rithet,
H. D. Helmcken and J. Braden have
been nominated to contest the quadruple constituency of Victoria City in
the interests of the present Government at the approaching provincial
elections. The oppositionists will find
it difficult to overcome the phalanx.
On Saturday the sympathizers of
Houstonian doctrine will assemble, by
duly elected delegates, at Nelson, for
the purpose of selecting a candidate
to contest the South Riding of the district in opposition to Hon. Mr. Davie's
Government.   It is nuts to doubloons
According to the Dominion estimates, this province fares but sadly
at the hands of the Federal financiers,
and as a result the entire provincial
press isiri re volt. Less than $200,000
has been appropriated for; public
works of alt ; descriptions, 'half of
which is to be applied "to Victoria
harbor and fortifications at -Ekquiraalt.
$6,500 has been set apart for^improving navigation on the Columbia
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BE YELSTOKjE,  STATION,
2: general; merchants,
Wholesale and Retail.    Dealers in a
"all kiods of Raw Furs.    Branch
Store "at Treuft'Lake.
PRQVINCIAt. SECBETAP.y'S Ojj'KJOK,
,       ^••- ,      ;    \ -v.- ■Vypifo March, l&M,
THE following' definition of the Mining Divisions'
•1   estahlished in the W&st. Kootenay District is
substituted for the description of the said divisions
published in the British .Columbia Gazette of the
.lith of December, 1893:—
* WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
NAKUSP. B. C.
Mining Divisions!
1.
Wedding Bells.
The Vancouver Weekly World of
March 22, remarks that in addition
to the host of weddings that have taken place in that cioy tb.'s season, may
be * mentioned that of Fred. C. Allen,
well known in connection with Dip-
lock's stationery establishment, and
Miss Alice Smitheringale, of the Terminal City.   The knot was Med last
Saturday,>at Christ Church, by Rev;
Mr. Tucker, in the presence of a few
friends.    The happy couple have ta
ken up their residence on Hamilton
street—The lady in question is the
youngest sister of C. E.Smitheringale,
of The Ledge.
FOSTER    &   WINTERS
RESTAURANT
NEW DENVER,      - ■ .' -    .; -' ; : -   -- B. C,
\ Is one of the best in the Slocan district.    Call in.
r A VING- been appointed agent for a large
wholesale tailoring establishment in Eastern Canada,! beg leave to state that
I am prepared to take orders for clothing from all
persons, so desiring. All
goods guaranteed to be of
the best quality. Prices
extremely reasonable. A
perfect fit promised or no
pay. See my Samples,
which have just arrived.
NAKUSP
B.C.
Revelstoke Mining Division.—Commencing ,<; the-intersection, of. the.Sl'sfc-.pai'allcl with the
•west boundary of the district;'.'thence' northerly,
following said boundary of said district to Canoe
River: thence southerly along the east boundary
of saiddisiTicttci the; watershed between CarneV
Qreek and. IlleciUewaet River; thence following the
westerly watershed* of the North Fork of the Iile-
cilieAyaet River, South River,;: and'- Msli Creek, to
the 51st parallel; thence along; the southerly watershed :;.-of. Akolplex River to the-Columbia River;
thence south-west to tlie west'.boundary of the district; thence northerly along said boundary to the
place of beginnincr.
•^2. IllecillbwaetMining Division.—Bounded on the west by the Revelstoke Mining Division;
on the-north'and east by tlie eastern 'boundary of
the:district;, oh the south: by, the following- fine:
Commencing at a,'point on the eastern boundary of
the district, on tlie watershed between Fish Creek
and Lardo River; thence westerly along the south
watershed of Battle Creek to F: ish Creek; then ce
north-west to east boundary of. Revelstoke Mining-
Division.',-" ■-, .'.'■',; ..■■';.'-
f; 3.--:".Trout Lake Mining Division.—To include
'all the country on 'the,:river*,, streams, and tributaries: thereof flowing into Trout Lake and Lardo
River south to a point halfway between Kootenay
Lakeland Trout Lake.:
..-; 4; Laiideau-Mining Division;— Bounded on
tlie east by Trout Lake Mining^Diyisior^^orrthe
north by Revelstoke and Illecillewaet Mining Division; on the west by the west boundai-y of the district; dti the south' by a line commencing- on the
west boundary of the district,-.on the .watershed"be-,
tweeh Mosquito and Fost Hill Greek; thence following the south watershed of Fost Hill'Creek to Upper Arrow Lake and the north'watershed of Koos-
ka-nax River to the south-west corner of Trout
LakeMining Division, ,
; 5. SiiOCAN Mining Division.—Bounded on
the north by Lai-deau Mining Division; on the
west by the west boundary of the district; on the
south by a line-forming the south -watersheds of
Bowman Creek, the West Fork of Slocan Lake,
and the north watersheds of all streams flowing
into Kootenay River between Slocan: River and
Balfour; thence northerly, following the watershed
between Slocan Lake and Kootenay Lake and
Lardo River to south-west corner of'Trout Lake
Mining-Division.
■ 6. TrailCreer Mining Division.—To include
all the. Country." on the rivers, streams, and tributaries thereof which empty into the Columbia
River between the International boundary and the
mouth of the Kootenay river, excepting the country on Salmon River and the streams and tributaries thereof.
7. G-oat River Mining Division.—To include
all the country on the rivers, -streams "and tributaries thereof flowhle into the Kootenay River between the International boundary and Kootenay
Lake.  -:- ,,;.''-. ,.'.'; ■- ■   ;',■•„■ ';■
8. Ainsworth Mining Division.—To include
all the country on the rivers, streams si)d tributaries thereof flowing into Kootenay La's:?, north of
Goat River Mining Division, except that portion of
the Lardo River included in Trout Lake Mining
Division.) /
9. Nelson Mining Division.—To include all
the remaining portion of the. West Kootenay
.District.
By Command,
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines-
G. M..."SPENOEJS«
and
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SLOCAN AVE.
NAKUSP. B.C
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Proprietor,   v
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines  liquors and cigars.
NAKUSP, B: C.
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Qhoice    location and   com
mands a 'beautiful, view   v
- of the surrdrindin^
country.
The Bah is supplied witJi the
best brands of all kinds of
wines, liquors and cigars.
The Dining Room is supplied
with all the delicacies of
the season.
Charges Moderate.
A Call Solicited.
. Slocan Ave.
OOTS AND
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS at very low prices.
FRESH CANNED GOODS always in stock.
A full assortment of Choice CIGARS and TOBACCOS
H. &iXf**tr:xij +?
v^-'r^^wrr,^^. Tduan towns;
Contributed' -by the Traveling Editor
-   i^:..:..'"     and Financier.
In Kaslo. not long ago, we were
seated bvth^ lire in the"cabin of ah'
;   old prbspeeloiv when the conversation
drifted train spy e£,,to cemeteries. We-
had just stated^haf-wc had abandon
ed.thc idea of buying the townsite of
Nashville tor a pyiyate cemetery, as
we had coine.'to ,tlie concliiyioiithat in
such a peaceable'" country .an editor's
cemetery would : only; be, filled with
weeds instead of mil .grown corpses,
"' when the old:prospe:ct6r: spoke'up and
■ 'said:;   .'--,;',;   .';,;,..;■.., .;";W* ;-■-".'...   .   : :
,....: "I have ■. been vip .hiany.;' a mining
camp on this continent, but this one
takes tbe;hbt cross: :hun. for being', the
:..  most peaceable I have ever struck.
The first man -has. yet forb;e shot in
'.Kaslo, and no''man has climbed the,
. golden stairs;'with;'-'.bis .boots on...,^Ifr;
was diSerent' downin Arizdna.; Here
is- a bundle of letters; that once, belonged to my .partner.;. He... was' a
riative; of German, and we had:;been
together quite a bit.    One morning a
party of us started out from camp on
horseback,and my partner was about,
■v. 100 yarasahead of me. • Suddenly -a.'
; rifle shot ratfg out on Dhe morning air j maiehps in\ one day, it is time; for a
and John fell-from his horse, mortally j peaceable man to pack ■ his' blankets
sters. It was about dark when I
reached Arenbuj'g on my first trip
and stopped at the leading hotel.
The clerk advised me to put everything I had valuable in the safe. <,He
intimated that the to wn wasn't Tough,
but that it might be at any moment.
I took his advice and went to bed.
About 2 a.m. I heard a great noise on
:the street and several shots fired. I
did not get lip: to, investigate the
racket, but did not sleep much more
that night. Before breakfast I strolled about the town, and in a beautiful
willow grove saw two men hanging
•from a, tree. They were very dead,
having been lynched the previous
night.-,.       -        "■• ',".-       "■'■'■■.■ '■■::■■':■■: '
"The sight did not improve my appetite, and when I told tlie landlord
about it he laughed,-and said it was
iiothing—only a couple of horsethieves
strung up by; cow-punchers. After
dinner I .,-was watching a game of
faro;in tlie saloon, when one of .the
players yh ot the dealer deapk' . I; began to, think:the town was tough;;and:
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' Tinware arid Hardware by the Carload.
isioiiSj Flour &Feed
.Stocked. Regularly from the East.
I was sure of it: after 'supper,::fcan. Dry Goods, Clothing, Eigby Waterproofs, Gents' Fur
other man was shot dead in a fight in ings, Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children's
nish-
the barroom. That was enough for
me, and I left town the; next; da v. I.
don't ■ mind a little excitement. ;but.
when a small,town has two lynching
bees   and "■',- two    successful  shooting
Boots, Shoes, and Rubber
Goods.
In   all   the   Latest  Fashions.
wounded.- X jumped behind a rock
and:get awav.:  If he doesn't  he k
and laid low, so .the 'Indian's -to
not: see me.    m :
party Came up, Fwentto. where John ! '    . :^:::r--~~rr—: :-w
was lying on-the grass,.: with. his: life's, : The ice .is .commencing, to'jam on
blood oozing frpmauMtyholeln his ' the upper river, and is Qxpected\td
chest. .      '' [drift out in;a few days. / ;"   ,;
"Kneeling beside  him, I took his | , S, Lane: has been the most success-
hand in mine and asked him how he j fui fiohemian: so far this spring,   he
felfc.    He said; 'Partner, I'm a goner !jhaving a string of II trout registered;
When you go back to the cabin, you to his credit for one day's work,
will find two bundles of letters. Send      CMef El)g.ineer Hathel y? of the stiv!
the^one tied with a piece of bucksiiin Lvtfon/ returned   from   his  winter's'
to my niother-you Ichow her aadress | qilarters - at, Salmon Arm,y on the Ar-
-and tell her^God;bIess her!--that. :r0W Monday.   'He is now engaged
I died like a; man.    The other pack-  puttillcr the; Lytton's engines hi shape
age, tied with a blue ribbon, .you 'can fQY ^Qr sea,s'on's work
burn.   They are from. the; woman 11 ^_—— '  .    ■'• '■"■[■ ^_—.-^_ „   :.'      ■"'.;■.
loved, long, long ago.' .'..W.a.buried  -/^Y
him where he' fell, and like many  |
w.
le flowers of tar-on Arizona.    I did. f,     ^ tj>, ^   „ ^ -_ .   v
ofburndiisswee'tiiearfi's-det gjj p ,^| |' |%f.^k |[|'Py
ereds one; of "them -that was saved■ j |,\%j JL^ili 1 k3 xPL%
another brave maniie',sleeps.'beneath')
the flowers of far-off Arizona.    I did |-
not
her
trom the Kasio fire."•-. • I
yie looked'-, at it: . It was .written j
in a beaufii-rul liana., ■-evidently by a
lady of-refhiejiient; And as we glanced j
ove.1 the contents,, we ibit a sort of]
pity for tlie ]/uor girl, who skill waits, ]
perhaps,, ibr th..e' lover that will never j
return. '  -. •    ■ .1-
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Is toe'; Proprietor of the
Great Northern Hotel
urning
3
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■t,i-,:e
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tha^
KASLO,
e you can aesire.
^';ar tect to - ten you  a Oout a to wn
was aboht af-..tou5ch as. anything this j
■■ude- or±m,- Texan.-' is w;lscalled |And serves Meals in anv
Arenburg arid   was .situated'.'On the j q^
Colorado.river.;    In tho*edavs every- j K,°
bodv. was .armed. „ A man ^ould have
two big slx-shouters' in  his belt,' and
the expert would  siioot a man .dead/
without takiuir them trom the. hoi-1
[I.EY GOODS   DEP
Underwear. Hosiery,
Men s' Furnish ings,
Mens' Ready Made
.-..''.. Clothing,
Gloves, Ribbons, Silks,
Satins, Cashmeres,
Melton & Serge Cloths,
, Carpets, filinds, Cottons, Hats and Caps,
House & Table Linens,
Boots and Shoes..
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Hungarian-Flour,
Sugai'% Bacoi i, Hams
Conees, Teas. Spices,
.'■' Jams, '\Piekles, Cat-
meal, Biscuit?.,  .       ;■■   '
Canned Vegetables,
Canned Fruits,'
Dried    Fruit?,    and
Syrups,
Fancy Toilet Soaps,
Cigars and Tobaccos',..
HARDWARE-. DE?
Grindstones & Fixtures
Crosscui;& Rip Saws,
Axes and Handles,
Na i Is,. So rows,: Pol ts,
Round,Flat,Scpiare Iron
Oils,   Paints,   Glass,
Hoi'se Shoes and Nails, :
Cutlery,
Glassware,
Crockery,
Stationerv/
: o : -
iners''Ca>n get-'a. couiplete-outfit here.
Call  in  and o^azeat his!'
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Kaslo.
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■■'.'".. With: the completion 'of. .,the Nakusp & .Slbc^;'Itoilroad, "-Thousands, of: tons 'of
ore '.'will be. brought- to Nakiisp from
steamer for-Revelstoke.-: ."
: Gold- and Silver Ledge© "have
... Tlie town Already; contains Si
witli -a, capacity, of. 80,000 feet per die
Shop asid inaay other -buildings.
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a substantial Wharf, Warehouses, Blacksmith
- -;........,~ ^-^jrrftBicr'-r',r;T^r"^ir:' NUGGETS OF NEWS
That Pan Out itich in Interest to
the General Public.
Work lias been resumed on the
Wellington.
F. S. Barnard has purchased the
Sarah Jane claim for $1,500.
Upwards of 300 men are yet employed among the mines in the Slocan
country.
A considerable quantity of new machinery has arrived at New Denver
for Wharton's sawmill.
Fifty-five tons of ore were shipped
from the Idaho and Eeco mines last
week, valued at f6j 600.
.A. new townsite, in the neighborhood of the Trail creek mines, is to
be placed oh the market.
New Denver people are agitating
for a bridge over Carpenter creek
canyon, to be built by the Government. ■'.■;   ■
Capt. Moore, of St. Paul, Minn., has
bonded the Lincoln claim, situated
about'.lj miles from Sproule's, for one
. year, for $36,boa
A syndicate of American capitalists
represented by Gy 3. Atkins, is negotiating for the purchase of the Noble
pRye grpup ot niihesV        ;     (
; ~"' Many of. tlie mine owners are ar
ranging for the shipment of ore over
the-'N. & Si'R.^ so soon; as tha t road is
completed to Three; Forks.
George Hughes has secured a controlling interest iif the Best mine at a
stiff figure. He- has also, it is said,
purchased a share in the Idaho.
■;"*The! ^sTelsori' Tribune is conducting^
a'oitfer "onslaught on Gold Commissioner Fitzstubbs. asserting that he
has outlived his usefulness and calling
upon him to resign.
The*?. Nelson Hydraulic Company
.,has a bonanza' -in its placer ground
on Forty-Nine creek. Experiments
by fanning -promise pay dirt to the:
amdurif bT $600 "per day; when- everything is in order. :^
R. E. Lemon arid" C.''.&*■ Sealey have
purchased the Richmond property, in
the Slocan, and a half interest in the
White Elephant. They adjoin the
Northern Bell and both claims show
large bodies of clean ore.
New Denver will virtually be the
headquarters for a large proportion of
the mining men this season, a number of whom lwiving signified their
intention of taking up their residence
in the place. With strong prospects
•of aHiMh^^ehihg^prthe^e the^er-
manciicy of that hurg is assured.
HORACE W. BUCKE
LAW AND CONVEYANCING
OFFICE,
Buchanan Brk,Kaslo.B.C.
GET YOUR
WASHING DONE
—AT—
FEDERICK  & MATTHEWS'
When you come in from the mountains of the
Slocan country.
DOCTOR in
J. F. B. ROGERS,
KASLO, B. C.
A.  H. HOLDICH,
Of Swansea ana vv fgan,
Analytical Chemist and Assayer.
The oldesu and most experienced
Assayer in the Province; ,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
ROBSON   HOTEL,
ROBSON, B. C.
This hotel is the best in town, and
has ample accommodation for travellers. The bar is supplied with
wines, liquors and cigars.
LOUIS LEVESQUE.
BONANZA CITY HOTEL,
SLOCAN   LAKE.
Plenty of accommodations for trav-
ellers.   Good beds and good meals
Bar stocked with wines, liquors and
cigars.
John Madden, Prop.
est's
BEAR LAKE, BIG.
Everything new about the house except the whisky and landlord.
Everybody gets a hearty
welcome and plentv^
'■"■ J^ ■-';."■■ tO-eatr''1 '""■l::'"''       •■' :
Gorman West,     -     -    Proprietor.
■    THE': STEAMER  w
Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto.   Member of college Physicians and Surgeons, Ontario.   .
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(LIMITED.)
WINTER  SCHEDULE,
{KOOTENAY LAKE,)
Going into effect on January 8th, 186-J.
R. STRATHERN,
Jeweler,
KASLO CITY,
B.C.
The only practical Watchmaker in
the Kootenay District, Orders by
mail receive prompt attention.
ALL "'-WORK GUARANTEED;
STEAMIER, ISTBLiSOlSr.
LEAVES NELSON : LEAVKS KASLO :
Mondays, 9      a.m. Tue^lays, 3 a.m.
Wednesdays,   5:40 p.m. Thursdays, 8 a.m.
Thursdays,      5     p.m. Fridays* 3 a.m.
Saturdays,      ;5:40   p.m. Sundays, 8 a.m.
E
KASLO, B. C.;
Is open night and day and supplies
its patrens with everything in the
market.   Call in.
GEO. PAQUIN,
Proprietor-
KASLO & NEW DENVER
MAIL STAGE AND FREIGHT LINE.
Stages leave Kaslo daily at 8 a.m.
for New Denver. Returning will
"leave New Denver for Kaslo at
same hour.
Satisfaction is  Guaranteed.
Manager.
Passengers from Kaslo, to make clo?e connection with the Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway,
for point? south, should take the steamer Nelson,
leaving Kaslo at S a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays.
c   The cempanj- reserves the right to change this
schedule at any time without notice.
Due notice will be given of the resumption of
service on the Columbia river.
J. W. TROUP. Manager.
Spta Fails k loii
RAILWAY.
Nelson & Fort Sheppard
RAILWAY.
ALL RAIL ROUTE  TO SPOKANE.
The only through route from Nelson, Kaslo,
Kootenay Lake and all Slocan
Points.
Through Trains Semi-Weekly.
Leave 7 a.m.
NELSON.
Arrive 5:40 p.m.
G. L. EST A BROOKS,
master;,
NEELANDS   - BROS.,:
■,.-^u^-'-*NEli)OHrr*B.G.,-■■*■■?■■.'■■■{• ,-i  '»-■■■
,LaricI.scage -Jghjatographers
, &&&' a^ lafg& guuntity^of-Arehi^ypes
and Steel Engravings in stock.
Pictures framed to order.
I EAVES New Denver every day except Sunday
j for Four Mile. City, at 7 a.m., and for Bonanza
Oitv at 8'a.m. .•'Returning, the steamer leave0
Bonanza City fur New, Demrer at 3 p.m. the.sanu-
day.     ',.-:■.;;.;:i;r .r*;n--.\%.u,v. :-..i-.i,fi,ipi..■;'.;;• i„v-i'.■.••!;■ .*'!•
Slogan TiilpiNG . $.Nav.igation. Co., (Ltd.).; ...,.
W. C, McKINNON;
Secretary-
KASLO,
-    B.O.
Commencing January 8th, 1894. on Tuesdays
and Fridays, .trains will run through to Spokane,
arriving at 5:30 p.m., same day. Returning,-passengers'will' leave Spokane at 7 a.m. on Wednes;
days and Saturdays, arriving at Nelson at 5:40 p.!
m., same day, making close connection with the
steamer. Nelson-for" Kaslo and all. Kootenay lake
points.
Passengers from Kaslo for Spokane and all inter-
mediate points on the N. & Ft. S. and S. F. & N.
Ry's ■ should take the steamer Nelson, leaving
Kaslo on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 a.m.
CANADIAN      '■/;;;■
'■':'/ PACIFIC:
RAILWAY.
'"101
ge
:es:fkutiislo.
■K
Accommodations for travellers. Good
stables. The bar is stocked with
choice liquors and cigars/   Pack"
!> train in connection with^the house;.
-;■. Goods taken to w part of the
mountains,
Mcdonald biios., Props
A.COOPER ABB5
ATT*GRMEY\
SOLICITOR,
CONVEYANCER,
' ."'i ETC.,1 ETC.
Special Attention to Mining
Interests.
OFFICE: —
FRONT ST.',    KASLO, B.C.
Over Bver's Hard Ware Store.     ,
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.
Atlantic Express arrives at IOjOO Dal.y
Pacific " *•.- 16:55     "
Cheapest, most reliable and safe route to Montreal, Toronto, St. Paul, Chicago,;New York,
and Boston. Rates $3 to $10 lower than any other
route.
Specially fitted Colonist Cars, in charge of a
porter, for the accommodation of passengers hold
ing second-class tickets.
• Passengers hooked to and from all European
points at lowest rates.
Low freight rates. Quick despatch. Merchants
will save money by haviug their freight routed via
theC.KR.
Full aaid reliable information given by applying
to ■-.
GEO: McL. BROWN,      I. T. BREWSTER,
Asst Gen. Freight Agent,     Local Agent,
Vancouver. Revelstoke.
1 LEDGE GROPPINGS
Baseball is all the rage here at pres
•lit-';-";   '
The water in the lake has risen a
good foot during the past week.
New Denver has an expert watchmaker; send your work there.      f
Gennelle Bros', sawmill was started
up Saturday. A good season's work
is in prospect.
A flock of wild fowl, consisting of
seven swans and 21 geese, were observed on the bay Friday.
Once more a fresh meat famine
prevails in town, while the supply of
other necessaries is decidedly low.
Paddock, of New Denver, is an expert watchmaker, of over .20 years'
experience. Send him your watch, t
What remained of the ice on the
bay completely vanished before the
warm rays of the sun and the stiff
breeze of Sunday last.
Mrs. Vail and child departed last
Saturday to join her husband in Fire
Valley. The la&y was a guest at the
Nakusp House all winter.
The Union Sabbath school are indebted to R. Glendenning for two attractive looking racks for holding the
Bibles and hymn books. -
J. Ehrmanntraut and C. Ayl win returned from the Hot Springs Monday,
per str. Arrow, feeling much better
for their treatment thereat.
, D. A. McDougald is receiving much
benefit from his course of treatment
at the Hot Springs, the medicinal
qualities of which cannot be too highly spoken of.
J. Walsh did not arrive in with the
mail until yesterday noon, because of
the wretched condition of the roads.
He was obliged to leave a sack, containing 110 pounds, at the head of
Slocan lake, bemg too heavy to pack
on bis back.
An effort is to be made to get a
Church of England clergyman stationed here during the summer^ so as;
to permit of attention being paid to
New Denver, Three Forks, Fire Valley, etc. Substantial financial assist-
ance is promised at this point.
The steamer Marion came down
from her winter quarters at the Hot
Springs on Thursday evening last,
having in tow the pile driver and
scow. Next day her crew commenced driving piles on the extension to
the railway wharf, a work that will
keep them engaged for some time.
C. Holden arrived down from Trout
Lake on Thursday evening on business, returning next day. He and
his partners are making good headway with development work on the
Black Prince and other properties
which they own in that district. The
showing of ore improves as they drift
in.
More people are stopping at the
Hot Springs than ever before, the ,,AWrnTnn3i>
tents of the visitors being scattered   VATlLUUvrJK
all over the place. With the completion of Capt. Sanderson's hotel, the
conveyance of the water thereto, the
establishment Of baths, and the laying out of a fine park, a resort for invalids will provided, the superior to
which will not be found.
Painful Accident.
A painful accident befel'j. W. 01 e-
sori last Saturday afternoon. He^
with a number of others, was engaged
cutting cord wood at the point for the
steamboats, under J. T. Nault's contract. In an unguarded moment he
slipped on a log, and his descending
axe, gliding past the wood, struck
his right foot with full force, sinking
through the b'jot and severing the
bone connecting the big tee about half
way up the instep. The wound was
immediately bound up and Oleson
conveyed to the Prospect House on a
litter, where, in the absence of skilled
assistance, the patient received as
practical attention as possible. The
wound is an exceedingly painful one,
but whether the bone will knit together again is difficult to say.
Improvements to the Arrow.
Messrs. Vanderberg and Yinerling,
proprietors of the little steamer Arrow, contemplate making many improvements to the boat, in order to
suit her for the passenger traffic.
With her present screw,33 in. stroke,
she can make 10 knots per hour, with
but half her steam pressure in play;
but they purpose putting on a 40-inch
wheel, which will enable her to cover
11 knots in the same time. The fore
part of the steamer is to be partitioned
off into a cabin and nicely fitted up
for passengers, while the remainder
wM be put in better shape for the
handling of freight. It is the intention of the owners to make the round
trip between Nakusp and Eevelstoke
twice a week during the summer,
calling each way * at Lardeau and
Thomson's Landing. An office will
be established in town, where tickets,
at low rates, will be sold, and arrange
ments made for extra trips, towing,
■etc.   '. ■■ . -  ..
PHILO & Co.'s
"Leaders,"
"O.K.s," and
"Terminals."
Factory and Salesroom:
522, CORDOVA ST.,
-D«i_/<
sees
Go to tlie Ledge Office
for Posters;':';::'
—THE—
Will leave Nakusp at
7 a.m. every alter-
* nate    day   for
n
eaeral bss&rI
JOT
commencing on
Monday, Dec.  1,8,
Returning the next
day.
J. E. WALSH,
Proprietor.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS
NEW DENVER
AN D
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