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Vol. 1. No. 44,
NAKUSP, B. C, AUGUST 21893,
Price Ten- Cents.
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Nakusp,   B. C,
J. T. NAULT,
PROPRIETOR.
The Bar is stocked with   the finest "brands of
Wine}, Liquors, ;ind Cigars.
TOOLUMBIA.. HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. C,
Corning & Rodd, Props.
THE RED DEMON.
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines, liquors
and cigars.
NAKUSP, B. C,
ROBT. MADDEN, Prop.
Beautifully situated oil the Lako shore at the entrance to-the-.best and shortest road to the'Sloean
mines and New Den.ver. The best fishing and
hunting in the district, with grand-'"boating"-ancl
.sketching facilities for tourists and artists. The
bar is supplied -with the best brands of wines
liquors and cigars. The accommodations of the
Hotel are the best.
NAKUSP. B. C.
D. A.
Choice    location and   commands a beautiful view
of the surrounding
country.
Lte
The Bar is supplied witn the
best brands of ail 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.
Cremates  Three Forks, Bear  Lake
and Watson.
During most of July fires had been
burning in the forests of the Slocan,
but until last week no damage had
beon done the mining camps in the
district. On Monday, the fire swept
alone: the north fork of Carpenter
creek from New Denver way, jumped the stream and wiped out eight
cabins at the Forks It then went
towards Bear Lake, and quieted down
for the night.
On Tuesday, the fire crossed Seaton
creek and started to burn on Payne
mountain driving but Steve Bailey
and his men. About 1.30 p. m. a
terrific cyclone joined forces with the
red demon, and together they .made
another rush at Three Porks, by way
of Pat Gannon's corner. Setting the
Bo wen hotel, ablaze, it was not long
before the log city was in the discard
and the citizen's fleeing tor their lives.
The ore house of the Slocan Slar,
a short distance below the,town was
saved, owing to -the precautions' of
Byron White, and towards this a
large/ part' .of, the populations "made
their way "ahd: honeTof -.'tlieinv'stdpped
on "tlie" road to tiilirpdlificsT'-"'-Tfr-was
a wild rush for • life, through -dense
smoke that tortured the eyes, and
flying-cinders that burned the clothes
of many. . Few who ware in it will
fail to remember the exciting time
they had. About 30 fled along the
Kaslo wagon, road towards Bear
Lake, but with the exception of Geo.
Hughes and John Lowes, none of
them got through to Kaslo. The
rest of the .party, after remaining in
a tunneP-for some time returned to
the Forks.
It was very hard on the womon
and children. Mrs. Bowen and her
family suffered intensely. Mrs. Mc-
Haie swooned, and had to be carried
to a safe place.- . Mr. Weaver and
his wife had to remain in the creek,
up to their hecks in water for two
hours before they could be rescued.
Several others also spent some time
in the creek, suffering greatly from
the smoke,   v .'.... .
Practically nothing was saved, as
there was no secure place to store
goods. The fire-proof cellars in connection with two of the stores caved
in and the valuables contained therein destroyed. Twelve hundred lbs.,
of dynamite and detonators were in
Lemon's cellar which fortunately did
not explode. The powder was removed the next day while the boxes
were still hot.
The fire spread to within one mile
this' side ot Sjroule's Fifteen Mile
House, burning Hughes'find uilliams'
camps, the sawmill, I:enrLake and
Watson.
At Bear Lake and Watson, the inhabitants had to get out on logs in
the lake until the atmosphere on shore
became bearable. Some took refuge
in Atherton!s fire proof,  covering tlie
entrance with wet blankets. This
cellar was   allright,   and   Atherton
saved most of his goods..
The losses cannot be accurately
given, but are about as follows:
Galena Trading Co., $12,000, P. S.-
Lemon, 18,000,, C. Bowen, £2,500,
Pitts Bros., H000, Lowes & Crane
$3,000, Geo. .Hughes, $20,000, Wilson & Burns, £3,000, other losses
about, $30,000.
Nearly all business houses will resume, and a better class of buildings
take the place of those in ashes.
All the assistance needed was'supplied by neighboring towns, and no
one went hungry.
Nobody had any insurance, as the
companies would not take any risk
in that section.
Quite a number of leading mines
in the Slocan have lost all their cab
ins, and other buildings. ■ -
Mann Bros., lost the timber, for
the second time they had cut for the
eoncentratorjat Silver creek.
Oyer 100 buildings'were consumed"
by this giant conflagration, and exclusive of timber destroyed, the loss
will reach nearly $i0J,000.
A BLAZING- SHIP.
The W. Hunter has a Tight Squee?^
on Slocan  Lake.
One day last week the str. W.
Hunter, plying on Slocan lake was
within a mile of New Denvsr, when
her galley was discovered to be on
fiire., A stiff breeze was blowing at
the time, and as the fire had gained
considrrable headway, it looked as
though the twenty odd people on her
deck were doomed to swim or keep
company with Three Forks. The,
engine wasi slowed down to avoid the
draft it caused. Engineer Mclnnes
started the pump and stuck to the
throttle although his clothes were on
fire several times and. he was a.1 most
suffocated by the smpke. Sonic delay was caused in getting tlie hose'to
work. In the meantime Peter Genelle and others procured some buckets and checked the fire some until
the hose was brought into re--»uisitioii
when the blaze was rapidly quenched
and the steamer saved.
The people in New Denver had
noticed the fire, and several or" them
started in boats to the assistance of
the steamer, hut fortunatoly their
services were not required. The
officers of the boat deserve great
praise for the manner in which they
handled themselves during the trying and dangerous ordeal that they
passed through, Some of the passengers were panic stricken and be-
sceched the Captain to be put ashore
as they could not swim. Most of
them were cool, and done all they
could to save the first and only steamer on Slocan lake,
LOCAL ASSAYS.
The Lytton took a cargo of dynamite to Trail on Friday. .,
James Ritchie, a veteran prospetor
lingered one night in this high water
town last week.
John M. Burke, is in Coeur d'Aiene
City, apparently deserted by those
who knew him when he was flush.
Y\rork is being pushed on the War
Eagle at Trail, and it is likely that
the bond will be lifted by Finch &
Clark.
Clarence Donahue, a miner at the
Surprise was killed last week by a
bank caving in on hhn. • He was
buried at Bear Lake.
Notwithstanding that the proprietor
of this paper owns, a placer- claim on
Cariboo creek, he still has time to attend co small things, and never refuses to take money for subscriptions
when it is offered.
Jim Wardner, the irrepressible Jim
of many mining camps is in Nevada,
ile writes to a friend in Spokane
i!. u he hi working; a 50 stamp mine
,\ -d uxi-ochi^to get rich. He says
r'-juth Africa was allright but it did
: ot agree with his health and he had
tj leave it.
Messrs.  Leask and Haultain were
.-■re  Sunday,   on their way to the
orthcrn   wilds   of   Cariboo.    They'
.■ad  a    kodak with them,   and for
r'.irec months intend to shoot scenery,
whtaiu matter for newspaper articles,
meditate on the past, and subsist on.'
the zephyr-like bean,   griz'zlv bears,
and other delicacies indigenous to a
northern.latitude. ;: ■
.-   J. H.:' Devlin, returned on Sunday
w.ith  ^onic -good-looking gold quartz,
■that .Ik'- ibu'hd on  a mountain within ,
■:<!ght ■ v:-.f   Nakusp,   and about eight
miles f.iom Cariboo creek.    He   locat
<".i a ciaim for D. A. McDougald and
called  it the Highland Laddie, the
same name as Mac:s placer claim.
Rev. Mr. Gable, held service in
the schoolhouse on Friday evening.
He expresses himself well-pleased
with the people of the Kootenay, and
finds them more courteous to parsons
than they are in many places.
o Alaska  Mines.
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Late Alaskan papers contain mining news of an interesting nature.
N. S. Trowbridge and P. Moul, with
12 men, have left Juneau for Sum
Dum, to beffin work on the Bald
Eagle mine. As soon as possible, ore
will be taken out and shipped to the
smelter at Tacoma. All work will
be pushed to get the mine in shape
.before winter sets in.
The sinking of the hoisting shaft at
the Treadwell mine will determine
the value of the ore and mine at a
greater depth. If it shows the ledge
richer as a greates depth is attained,
the value of this mining property
will be increased into high figures,
and it will demonstrate another important fasct and settle the value of
the ledge to the westward. It has
* been the belief of practical men that
mining on Douglas Island has only
begun, and that the ore exists in
sufficient quantities in the midst of
the site of Douglas City to support
double the mining people now dependent upon the Treadwell and
Mexican companies.
The Beaumont mine has proved itself satisfactory to the management,
and the shaft, now down 35 feet, is in
feet is another ledge, just below
Campbell's mill, which measures
five feet across, and from which large
chunks of ore sulphurets have been
blasted out. They have piled up
here over 300 tons of ore. The men
were engaged in building an ore
chute, connecting the two lines of
track running from the ore bin at the
head of the No well tunnel, to the
lower ledge. The upper ledge will
be connected through with a double
track, so as to run empty and loaded
cars to the lower trackway. They
have leased the Nowell mill for the
the season, and have the batter^ of
20 stamps and eight Frue vanners in
readiness to run.
-*Sta-
Gold Output of  British Columbia.
ore sulpherets of a very encouraging
character. A contract has been let
to sink the shaft another. 25 feet, and
to do other development work on the
surface to determine the width of the
hole, which is proving of greater
width than formerly estimated.
The owners of the Bear's Nest property have become aware that the
big tunnel was run over the ledge,
where it had sagged in following the
formation of a surface depression,
and that a great mistake was made
in working on the second and back
ledge, about 1, COO feet up the hill.
The croppings of the main ledge have
been uncovered on each side of the
tunnel for a distance of 240 feet, and
the American stockholders, knowim.
this fact,   refused  last winter to di
1858 $520,353
1859 1,615,072
1860 2,228,547
1861' 2,666,119
1862-1863 4,246,266
1864 3,735,851
18.65...:.'. 3,491.205
1866 2,662,107
1867 2,480,868
1868 2,372,972
1869 ' :..1,774,979
1870 1,336,956
1871 :.,. 1,799,440
1872 :.... 1,610,972
1873 .".: 1,305,749
1874 1,844,619
1875. 2,474,904
1876  ...: 1,786,648
1877   • ; ....1,608,181
1878 1,275,-204
1879 1,290,059
1880 1,013.827
1881 1,046,737
1882 ....:"  954,086
1883  794,252
1834  735,965
1835  713,738
1886 -  903,652
1887 ".   694,709
18S8...  616,731
1889  588,923
| 1 «U0 494,435
pose of  the  mine at a high figures ; i_8:)l...' ;  429,811
saying the property was not for sale
When a settlement has been nmdi
i.
l.ol;2
399,526
ell
with the Hamburg bankers, who
the German stockholders of the mim
or when their stock has been secure--"
the Bear's Nest property will probably be opened out and developed on
the extension of the Treadwell ledge,
and further rainbow, chasing into the
hillside fer a barren ledge beyond
and above the Treadwell extension
will cease.
The C4,0C0 mortgage held against
the. Bennett mine has been satisfactorily lifted to all parties concerned,
and the mining operations ar,e going
ahead lively.
The Bennett mine, has uncovered
a four-foot ledge which carries free
gold   and   high   grade sulphurets.
One hundred tons have been taken
out ready to be shipped to the mill.
Above this ledge   several hundred
\nm 379,535
Total £53,892,997
Silver.
Coinagj
Mr. 'Preston,   director  of the mint
at Philadelphia has issued orders to
the mint authorities at San Francisco
and New Orleans to begin at once
coining silver.'dollars,- and during the
present month to coin up to the ordinary capacity of the mints. The
silver te be first coined will be the
blanks and ingots, of which there is
plenty to coin 81,500,000 at the three
mints. The coinage of the seigniorage .'will not extend beyond a few
millions, but it is intended that the
mints will be busy this year.
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BEAR LAKE, B. C.
Everything new about the house except the whisky and landlord.
Everybody gets a hearty
welcome and plenty
to eat.
Gorman West,     -     -    Proprietor.
Blue Ridge Hotel,
10 MILES FROM KASLO. •
Accommodations for travellers. Good
stables. The bar is stocked with
choice liquors and cigars. Pack
train in connection with the house.
Goods taken to any part of the
mountains.
Mcdonald beos., Props..
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We respectfully solicit your
trade. Write to us about
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Booksellers. Stationers,
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Parties having good Min=
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TEE DISTBIOI'LESaS
' The thousand or more missionar
ies in China will have to leave when
war with Japan begins."   said the
j:•.-.•/, \V. P. (Jhalfant, "as   all aliens
wVil U1, treated alike."   Mr. Chalfant
ha* iMtely returned from an eight
yv;\v-S sLay in Bhang* Tang; province,
l'.r.-th China, where he was in charge
o'   •:   Presbyterian   mission." He is
ih'.' .::•;■•'.!;,-  infoi'med  upon the condition of affairs in that part of the
globe,   i±:J  ouys war is inevitable.
It will invo-ve Kti;.>5ia, Great Britain,
France and   Germany,   he' thinks.'
'■Russia  has Jou»' desired to gobble
the Corea-u   K'n;;dom,': lie explains,
to have &.*it:-■:>;'./-:; o;j the east open the
year round, fci:,,0d she has now being
closed by ice hi ioc whiter.    While
China is fighting Jcipan,  ilii'isia will
jump in after Corea.    T Ms will draw
Great Britain into the fray..   France
will then be obliged  to join forces
with Russia, to pi'oteet Iierposicsoions
in Tonquin.    Japan will not have to
• light alone, as Germany stands ready
ed as an odd" circumstance, that ire
had often seen  Chinese soldier-j car-
Outcroppings   of  a   Sparkling   and
Varied   Nature.
The safe in the recorder's office at
New Denver is too small for the
business of that district," and a larger
should be substituted.
John Vallance, who superintends
the Alamo mine is said to be one of
model pedestrians of the age.
Ore sacks are scarce in the Slocan,
and some enterprising man should
bring in a supply.
New Denver and Silverton will be
connected by telephone in a few days.
When the smoke clears away a
£3,003 hotel will be built at Three
Forks.
F. E. Cole, who has been with t he
Galena Trading Co., for nearly two
years, has permanently settled in
Los Angeles, California.
The track of the Nelson & Fort
Shepherd is once more in good running order.    It will be some time be-
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Wholesale 1)r
and till kinds
Nuts, Candy.
S18
; in Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Bananas,
i<Yesh Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs,
The largest Shippers in ilia
Nor Mi west. ■
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The
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jrst avenue, Spokane, Wash,
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to help her."    Mv. Ciiaifant mention- fore all the repairs-are completed on
tlie S.F.&N. road.
The Deadman claim has-been bond-
rying muskets which had been used I cd for $lGj000, one-tenth of which has
in America during the rebellion. been paid down
A Few £5acts.  „
THREE
The proprietor
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on hand
' "" ^F LOGS
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In lengths of from
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of bill stuff can be cut a1
Any kind
t,hort notice.
A racehorse clears 20 to 24 feet at ;
a bound.
The heart of a Greenland whale is J
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EL E"V^.2STS
PHOTOGRAPHER,
} Kevelsfcolic Station,
B. C.
a yard-in diameter.
m, , a   i i       » ^.i      tt   -i.   i Hi.   ,.      !   J. Ill"STIC Work executed on shortest possible
The coal fields oi the United States j A notice.
cover 194.00 square miles.
The value ot the steel manufactured 1
in the United States every year is,
about $50,000,003. * "        *   |
An elephant is. 50 or 60 years in
attaining maturity, arid will live a
century and a half.
If a snail's head be cut off, and the
body placecd in a cool, moist spot a
new head will be grown.
The water that pours over tie falls
of Niagara is wearing the rock away
at the rate of five yards in four years.
A Cleveland contractor has undertaketo move a stone house weighing
5,500 tons,   basement and all, a dis- f
tance of 60 feet.
In 181-3 William Burton patented
a locomotive that was provided with
legs and feet to push the machine
along the track.
It is about 30 miles across tow a in
London and for that entire distance
there is said to be an unbroken 1 me
of residences and stores.
It is estimated that foreign stocks
amounting to |3,819,035,0C3 are held
in Great Britain.
The tail of the kangaroo is the
fleshiest part of the animal. It is
considered dainty food when boiled
in its own skin, which afterward
may be drawn off like a glove.
BOBT.  HOWSON,
1,000,000 FT. ROUGH LUMBER; 690,009 FI ORESSED LUMBER
Shingles, Laths, Mouldings, Turned PQsts and
Ballasters, Brackets. Etc. Two Carloads
Sash and Doors; Two Carloads Dry Fir
Clear Flooring, 4in.; One Carload Dry Fir •
Clear Ceiling; 4 Carloads of Clear Cedar,
for Finish.; One Carload'Glass, Paints, Oils,
etc., including Fancy Glass,Wood Hfains, etc.
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risvelstoke  Sta/tion,   B. O.
Dealer  in Household   Furniture.
/?5F Agent for Singer Sewing Machines.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Be pairing'  Neatly arid Promptly Executed.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
H. HOLDICH,
Of Swansea ana wigan,
Analytical Chemist and Assayer.
The oldesj and most experienced
Assayer in the Province.
REVELSTOKE,        B.C.
G.    O,
CHANAN.
Is issued at Nakusp, B.C., every Thursday.
Wet weather, snow slide^ hard times, or the
sheriff never hinders its publication. It
comes out just the same.
Assaying and
Mining Engineering:.
W. PELLEW-HARVEY, M. E. F. C. S.
Assay & Mining- Offices:
717-719 Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C.
ALL kinds of Analytical, Assay  and Mining-
Work undertaken.
Superintendent of the Cassel Gold Extracting
Co., Ltd., of Glasgow, whose Experimental Works
are at Vancouver, B.C.
All kinds of Ores purchased on a Cash Payment
basis.
s>f°o;prietor
Does not dream of making a million out of it,
but he expects to get a luxurious living. In
order to do this it is necessarv to have cash-
able material,. and the world at large is cordially invited to digupenough money to pay
for an annual interest. To accommodate the
public we do
Job
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At prices that do not' discord with the despondent price of silver. @4te     ^CtfeXX&p    $£&0£>  to advocate the building of a   vice
portals,   the
Published every Thursday.
B.    T.    LOWERT,    EDITOR    AND
FINANCIER.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES:     „
ONE YKAR $2.00
Transient Advertising, 25 cents per line lirst insertion, 10 cenis i»or line subsequent: insertions,
noiinaivil mea-urenient.
TO CONTRIBUTORS.
Cjrre"j)ondenec from every part of tlie Kootenay
District and communications upon live topics
always acceptable. Write on both side" of the
paper if you wisli. Always send i-oinetliing good.
no matter how crude. Get your copy in while it
? < hoi, and we will do the rest.
THUKSDAY,   ALU 2,    1894.
COMIQUE   WANTEJJL
New Denver is a smart town, and
contains many bright men, some of
. whom can prove .tlieir intelligence
by showing-, gold  medals.    It   aLo
contains some enterprising men without medals.    But, they all want the
business of the Nakusp-Slocan country
to centre at their town,  and do   i.ot
;.eein very particular how they get fy
as long; as they  can get it.    One of
the latest schemes to advance the interests  of the place,   is to  build  a
Comique.    Some of tlie more reserved
for fear that the small pious "strata,
that   exists   in    every community,
would be offended, .would have ft appear that they  want    a  high-class
theatre in tlieir midst, as an attrac.
• tion for the amusement-loving miner/
But, theatres,- that are as they should
be, do not pay outside of a large city
to that it  would be   folly to suopose
that one would pay in New Denver.
■   At a time  when Jiaslo was at the
zenith of its glory, the business men,
especially the saloon  men thought a
Comique would, benefit  the trade of
the town.    The Comique came, and
we are safe in saying that it was the
toughest legalized joint ever seen in
Canada.    It was not long before the
hotel men found that the miners came
to Kaslo sure enough and spent their
money  with the   short-dressed box
rustlers in such a generous manner,
they had nothing  left  to spend anywhere else, and gcneially went back
to work owing bills to the merchants !
and hotels.'   Kaslo soon tired of its
Comique,   and nearly   every hand
was raised against it,   simply for selfish reasons,   it injured everybody's
business in Kaslo,   except the drug
stores.    The city council joined  in
the crusade,   and it was not long before the bells rang for the last time
in this notorious resort-
New Denver should grow and be a
prosperous place.    It is favorably located,   and one of the prettiest spots
under the blue canopy of heaven, but
it would look better if the business
men would devote their spare time,
energies and money to establishing'
banks and other useful institutions, f
"••stead of holding public meetings'
factorv, within whose
stalwart miners could gaze at a degrading performance, purchase beer
at double prices from painted and
ancient females, and make some fat
Shy lock of a manager rich with their
earnings,
The editor-of the Northport News,
says that he does not take in enough
money to pay for the white paper
upon which he prints his sheet. As
this would amount to about $50 a
year, he must be tlie champion truth
stretcher, or else his town is so dead
that crows would die of starvation
within its precincts.
Without a bank business is hampered in anv district. We are without one in Nakusp, as well as in the
Slocan, merchants and mine owners
finding it a great inconvenience.
Nelson is too far away to be the bank,
ing town .of this rich district, and
efforts should be made by all concerned to . have one of the solid banks
open a branch at Nakusp, and that
as soon as possible.
It is high time that a mint was established in Canada, so th at instead
of sending to London when we want
new coin, it could be produced in our
own country. . The production of
gold and silver promises to increase
very rapidly, especially in this Province and our Dominion legislators
should see. that the face of Her Majesty is stamped upon, it before it
leaves our borders. Australia supports two mints and surely Canada,
with her immense mineral resources
can keep one employed.
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WHOLESALE &   RETAIL.
OYSTERS,
FISH &.
POULTRY.
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Tie D. C. Joslyn Music
Dealers in
Pianos,  Organs,  Musicians'   Supplies, Sewing: Machines, and
Supplies.
SPOKANE, - - WASH.
BONANZA CITY HOTEL,
SLOCAN   LAKE.
Plenty of accommodations for travellers. Good beds and good meals.
Bar stocked with wines, liquors and
cigars.
John. Madden, Prop.
NEELANDS ■    BROS.,
NELSON, B.C.,
Landscape Photographers
Keep a large quantity of Architypes
and    Steel   Engravings    in    stock
Pictures framed to order.
DOCTOR
J. F. B/ROGERS,
KASLO, B. C.
Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto.    Member of college Physicians and Surgeons, Ontario.
Jeweler,
KASLO CITY,       -       - '     -
B.C.
The only practical Watchmaker in
the Kootenay District.... Orders by
mail receive prompt attention.
ALL WOBI GUARANTEED.'
■   KASLO & NEW DENVER
H/IAiL 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.
A. J. SCOTT,
Manager.
SPOKAXS,.
Howard   Street,
WASH.
THE : STEAMER-
!
A.COOPER ABBS
ATTORNEY
SOLICITOR,
CONVEYANCER,
ETC., ETC.
J. E. BROUSE, M.D.
PHYSICIAN   "
A.
and SURGEON,
2si\a.k:tts:e», tb.o.
. H. COCHRANE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
and
GENERAL AGENT,   .
Revelstoke,
B.C.
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IQ. M. SPENCER,
arber and
Hairdresser.
SLOCAN AVE.'     -    NAKUSP, B.C
Buy
Your Goods.
FROM : ,
Wholesale
Dealer
IN
WINFS,
Revelstoke,
LIQUORS*
.    gAND CIGARS,
B;C.
akiisp
AVING- placed some new
Machinery in our Mill,
we are prepared to furnish
all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber and Shingles at
greatly reduced Prices.
PRICE LIST
Rough Lumber, narrow.
" " wide,
Joist and Scantling, sized un to
18 feet long,
18 'to24'
21 'to 30 '
Flooring, T& G, 6 "
V joint Ceiling, 4 "
6."Rustic,
Shiplap,
Surfaced Dressed,
$10 oO
811 00 to 812 00
$11.00
$12 00
.813 00
§20.00"
•      822 00
-.■; 822 00
819 00
811 00
813 00
G. L. ESTA1IROOKS
Leave Is
MASTER,
ow .Denver, at 7 a.nufor Silvevton. ■
Denver at 3:30 a.hi. for Bonanza
Leave New
City..
Leave Bonanza City :it 12 noon for New Denver.
Slogan Tk aiming & Navigat'tox Co., (Ltd.)
."\V. C. McKINNON.
Secretary
Special Attention to Mining
Interests.
OFFICE; —
FRONT ST.,    KASLO, B.C.
Over Byer's Hardware Store.
A liberal discount on large orders for Cash,
PETER GENELLE & Co.
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Repairing-  Neatly and Promptly Executed.
REVELSTOKE, B.C. ,r,<
■ ->LIS£ OF" CLAIMS.
Recorded From the Placer Fields on
Cariboo  Ore3k.
Following is" a list oi :the placer
claims on Cariboo creek  recorded up
to August 1st, since JVy *.C h: —
Stayner—
W. Roger
W. C. Mnirhead
A. Julicn
E. J. Varistone
V. 0. XadcJ:,?
\     V r.V.^-n
Bonanza—
J. V. Perks.
Flora Ann—
hi. "Williamson.
May Flower—
, IT. Madden.
Eldorado—
F.. Lange.
Rising Sun—
J. N Thomas
J. H. Nolan
.W. S. Jones
J. Elimantraut
E McDougald
Litton Co.—    "
H. McKirnon
W. Nahl
J. Cheorate
News, Boy—
- J. MoGarry.
Sway Brace—
A, Ferguson ■
J. Serson.
Gold Dust—
J. B. Rosier
'J. Aselh'i
S. W. Ho;ig
J. T. Navlt
- A. Fortliier
N. Rio^eiie
L. Laniont. .
Lucky Seven-
. Jones
Hope-
H
J. Moore
F. Mclnnes
A. Santon
W." Finlay
S.'Brown
J. McDsnald.
T. Skeels.
Langdon Extension—
,.'■■.[;.. ,:T.' Christie,   .
•   J. Dean . ■
;     ,       J. H. Shelton.
Blackie^ '.  .■"■
A. McDonald.
Mining.  Notes.
Joe Hardy lias discovered free
milling quartz in the vicinity of Cariboo creek.
The Grub Stake, located four miles
up Cariboo creek, is the name of the
first mineral cMm recorded in that
section. It *was staked by J. Haig,
A. Sutherland, F; B. Crane and P.
Johnson.
The Nakusp Mining Co. Ltd., at a
meeting last week appointed D. J.
Darraugh, manager, and F. G. Fauquier, secretary-treasurer. Five men
have been put to workjby this company and "bed rock is expected to
be visible "in two weeks.
' The VVaneta Co. on Cariboo creek
were to start sluicing last Saturday.
The men employed on the Cariboo
creek trail have-been paid off. They
received $2.75 a day.
The Cariboo creek trail as far as
Goat Canyon, a distance of five miles
is a splendid pack trail. Beyond
that -a mule must have wings' to
reach the placer diggings. The
Government will, no doubt-improve
the trail when the creek is developed
and its value proved.
Geo. Alexander, a capitalist from
Calgary has applied for SCO inches of
water for ground sluicing .and other
hydraulic mining purposes, to be
taken from Mineral creek, about SCO
yards above its junction with Cariboo
i „
| creek. He has also posted a notice
for a lease of five years of 10 acres of
dry diggings at the junction of Mln^
oral and Cariboo creeks.
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GROCERIES and PROVISIONS at very low prices
FRESH CANNED GOODS always' in stock.
A Ml assortment oE Choice CIGARS and TOBACCOS, ■,
Application for   Liquor   License.
Vk J/
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend applying to the Gold Commi. ioner for a
retail license to sell beer, wine, spirits, and othe-'
intoxicating liquors and beverages near the mouth
of G-oat creek, on Cariboo week, West Kcutenay
D.'tiict.
HUGH McKAY-
Nakasp, Jo'y 28fch,:i8Jl.
A.  H. HOLDICH,
Of bwansea ana Wigan,
Analytical Chemist and Assayer.
The oldesc and most experienced
Assayer in the Province.
REVELSTOKE,        B.C.
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SU1 ik 'if
: o :
saying am
:'.Engineering.-
SE^i OTJiR LIST :
Engine 565 made her initial trip
last Sunday to Slocan lake.
•Over 12CD tons of ore are at Silver-
ton awaiting shipment when the
railroad reaches Wilson creek which
will be on Saturday.
W. PELLEW-HARVEY, M. E. F. C. S.
Assay & Mining Offices*
717-719 Pcndov Street, Vancouver, B.C.
A LL kinds of Analytical, Assay and .Mining
il   Worknndertaken.
Superintendent of the Cassel Gold Ex„ acting
Co., Ltd., of Glasgow, whose Exper.iincntal AVorks
are at Vancouver, B.C.
All Idnda of-Ores purchased on a Cash Payment
■: basis. ■ ;..'...
DRY GOODS   DEPT.
Underwear. Hosiery,
Mens' Furnish ings,
Mens' Ready Made
■'■  ■';   Clothing,
Gloves, Ribbons.. Silks,
Satins, Cashmeres,
Melton & Serge Cloths,
Carpets, Blinds, Cottons, Hats and Gaps,
House & Table Linens,
Boots and Shoes.
Lr a
Hungarian Flour,
i-Ligars, .Bacon, Hams
ColfecS; Teas, Spices,
J'uiis,   Pickles, !0at-
nioal,'' .Biscuits,
Canned Vegetables,
Canned Fruits,.
Dried    Fruits,   and
Syrups,
Fancy Toilet Soaps,
Cigars and Tobaccos,
HARDWARE DEP
Grindstones & Fixtures
Crosscut & Rii >. Sa ws,
Axes and Handles,
Nails, Screws, Bolts,
Round, Flat, Square Iron
Oils,  Paints,   Glass,
Horse Shoes and Nails,
Cutlery,
Glassware,
: Crockery,
Stationery.
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Miners can'get a complete outfit here,
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'"'"PTT-wncm-Tttsawiininra
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cue completion   of  the
ore will be brought to Nakusp from
ievelstoke.
mmI Silver JLeciig'es
Tlie.. town■ alre^cly; contains'" Si
ft a capacity of 30,000-. feet per: diem
Shop and many other building-s.
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subs
w;
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harf,
sands oi tons of
, and loaded on the
ee miles .of .Nakusp.
puses,, Stores, Sawmill,
Warehouses, Blacksmith
8gE£3E£&-Ei2 MINEItAL AFLOAT.
Picked up in Different Parts of West
Kootenay. '
An immense quantity of rich ore-
has been struck on the Wellington.
The camp at Trail creek has a
pay-roll ot nearly £6,000 a month,
. with indications pointing to a further
increase before many weeks.
• Placer mining on tlie Salmon does
not look very favorable this season,
and very few claims are being* got
in shape for sluicing.
Forty men are at work on the Pilot
Bay smelter.
About a dozen men are placer mining on Sheep creek, a tributary of
the Salmon. Owing to the absence
of a trail it is difficult to get in supplies.
Geo. H. Colwell, of Nelson lias
bonded a five-sixth interest in the
Sundown to C   N"  Park, for $10,000.
R E. McConnell,   of the Dominion
- Geological Survey,  is inspecting the
Slocan.
A crown grant will be obtained
for the Alpha, one of the best claims
on Four Mile creek.
A 10 stamp mill is running night
and day at the Poorman, near Nelson. 'An additional water supply
will likely be obtained from Sandy
creek.
Another rich strike has been made
on the Idaho. A valuable vein of
galena has been exposed, and a tunnel run to cross-cut it.
JM % % Joslya liisic Go:,
Dealers in ''■-"
Pianos,   Organs,  Musicians'   Sup-
-   plies, Sewing: Machines, and
Supplies.
SPOKANE, - - WASH.
BONANZA CITY HOTEL,
SLOCAN   LAKE.
Plenty of accommodations for travellers. Good beds and good meals.
Bar stocked with wines, liquors and
cigars.
John Madden, Prop.
f
rend & lefiward
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL.
OYSTERS,
FISH &
POULTRY.
11    Howard   Street,
SPOKANE, WASH.
THE   STEADIER
B
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Questions.
How did  the kangaroo get from
Mount Ararat to Australia ?
Will the Kaslo &, Slocan railway
be finished during the next century ?
Hew long will Hume agree >vith
the clique who ran him for office ?  •
Who will be the Gold Commissioner
in North Kootenay ?
Gone Up The Flume.
NEELANDS   • „^„.§
NELSON, B.C.,
Landscape Photographers
Keep a large quantity of Architypes
and   Steel   Engravings    in    stock
Pictures framed to order.
~~' DOCTOR ~
J. F.B. ROGERS,
KASLO, B. C.
Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto.    Member of college Physicians and Surgeons, Ontario.
nr
Jeweler,
KASLO CITY,
9
B.C.
FOSTER    &   WINTER'S
r-^ 33 s n\jL t_j k, A. >r w
NEW DENVER, ''    -;':>V   -      -      B.C.,
Is one of the best in the Slocan district.   Call in.
CANADIAN'-"-   ■ '
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
G. L. EST A BROOKS,      -      MASTER,
Leave New Denver at 7 a.m. for Silvcrlon.
Leave New.Denver at 8:30 a.m. for Bonanza
City.
Leave Bonanza City at 12 noon fur New Denver.
Slocan Tkading & Navigation Co., (Lid.)
W. C. McKINNON.
Secretary
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.
AtiJintit* Express arrives at 10:10 Daily
Pacific " " 17:10     "
CANADIAN    .
PACIFIC
I
PACIFIC DIVISION,
COLUMBIA & KOOTENAY BRANCH.
William Barker, after whom the
town of Barkerville, in Cariboo, was
called, died a short time ago at the
Old Men's Home in Victoria. He
was a Cornish man, and passed his
younger days on the salt water, and
came to British Columbia in '58, one
of his shipmates on the long voyage
being the veteran Robert Ridley,
who also shared with him the adventures and varying fortunes of the
mines. In partnership with the late
Bob Dexter, Barker's profits for a few
months, ran into thousands of dollars
a day, but so free was he with his
money that he saved nothing for a
wet day. .To Bill Barker belonged
the honor of sinking the first shaft below the canyon, and at one time his
fortune could be counted by the hundreds of thousands.
The only practical Watchmaker in
the Kootenay District. Orders by
mail receive prompt attention.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
■ KASLO & NEW DENVEK
MAIL STAGE AND FREIGHT LIN
Stages leave Kaslo daily at 8 a.m.
for New Denver. Returning will
leave New Denver for Kaslo at
same hour.
Satisfaction is  Guaranteed.
A. J. SCOTT,
Manager.
A.COOPER ABBS
TIME TABLE NO. 3.
To take effect on Saturday, May"l»th, 1804.
Trains West. .-        -Station. Trains East.
' 16 30      Depart NELSON Arrive      20 45
tlO 50   ' Kootenay Crossing        ■  20 251
%IT 35       .     Slocan Crossing is) 401:
18 15       Arrive ROBSON Depart      IS CO
Trains from Nelson will wait arrival of boat
from Bonner's Ferry"end Lake Points-on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
X Flag Stations.
iJSFAbove Trains will run Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
The Company reserve the right to change this
Time Table without Notice.
Pacific Standard and 24 hour system adopted.
Cheapest, most reliable and safe route to Men'
■'•aI, Toronto,   St.   Paul, Chicago,  New York,
nd Boston.   Kates §3 to slO lower than any other
Lie.
Specially fitted Colonist Cars, in charge of a
orter. for the accommodation of passengers hold*
:ig second-class tickets.
- Passengers booked to and from all European
i rints at lowest rates.
Low freight rates. Quick despatch. Merchants
Anil save money by having their freight routed via
the C.P.R.,
Full and reliable information given bv applying
to
GEO. McL. BROWN,      I. T. BREWSTER,''
Asst Gen. Freight Agent,     Local Agent,
Vancouver. Rovelstoku.
S ■ ? t s h lis! h \
UUliUili
Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.
*   TXj&dEEJ CAR.D KTo. 4.
In Effect Thursday, July 12th, 1894.
H. ABBOTT,
General Supt.,
Vancouver.
J. HAMILTON,
Trainmaster & Agent,
Nelson.
SOLICITOR,
CONVEYANCER,
ETC., ETC,
Mm Falls k MMi
RAILWAY.
Nelson & Fort Sheppard
RAILWAY.
REVELSTOKE ROUTE—
STR.  COLUMBIA.
(Connecting with the Canadian Pacific Railway for all Eastern and Coast Points.)
Loaves Robson on Wednesdays and Saturdays at
8 p.m. ■
: jcaves Revelstoke on Tuesdays and Fridays  at
3 a.m.
ALL    BAIL.   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 5:10 p.m.
Special Attention to Mining
Interests. ,
OFFICE:—
FRONT ST.,    KASLO, B.C.
Over Byer's Hardware Store.
On Wednesdays and Saturdays, trains will run
through to Spokane,ayriving saiheday. Returning
passengers will leavo'Spokaneat7 a.m.on Wednesdays and Saturday*," arriving atvNeison at :5:40p.
m.*, same day, making close connection with the.
steamer Nelson for Kaslo and all Kootenay- lake
points.
Commencing May 2nd passengers for Trail
Creek, Nakusp. New Denver. Revelstoke, and all
points on the Canadian ■• Pacific Railwav, will
1 leave Spokane on Wednesdays and Saturdays at-
7 a.m.,' connecting ..atNorthport with steamer
(same dayV at lp.m.
Passengers by steamer from above points arrive
in Spokane same evening.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary
Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays
and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
NORTHPORTROUTE—
STR. COLUMBIA.
(Connecting at Northport for points north and'
south on the Spokane Falls & Northern
Railway.)
Leaves Robson Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4
a.m.
Leaves Northport Wednesdays and Saturdays at
1 p.m.
KASLO ROUTE—STR. NELSON.
Leaver Nelson Tuesdays at :3 p.m.; Wednesdays,
at 5: 10 p.m.; Fridays, at;'» p.m.; Saturdays, at 5:10
p.m. Connect iug'<>n Saturdays and Wednesdays
with NcUon & Fort Sheppard* Railway for Kaslo
and Laio- points
Leaves Kn-do for Nelson, connecting with Nelson & Fori 8hepp:vrd. Railway, for Spokane and
points so it tit, on' Wednesdays and Saturdays at
L':ii0a.m.
liONNEIl'S. FERRY ROUTE-
STR. NELSON.
!Cuimec;ing with the Great Northern Railway
for  all  Fa-tern [ioints. Spokane and
the Coast.)-
Leave* Nelson for Bonner's Ferry, via Knslo, on
Saturdays ;>r r»:-it.) p.m., and Wednesdays at 5:40 p.
vn. .■*'■■■
Leaves Kaslo for Bonner's Ferry direct on MOn-
da vs at <> a.m. and Thursda-ys at 0 a.m.
Leave/- Bonner V Ferry for Kaslo, via Nelson, at
2 a.m. on Tuesdays aim'Frkhys.
The company reserves the right to ehangcjhis
schedule, at any. I::ne without notice. '
For full information as to tickets, rates, etc., ap-
plv at the Company's offices, Nelson, B.C.
'  T. ALLAN, Sec'y. J. W. TROUP,
Nklsox, B.C. Manager.' LEDGE DROPPINGS
Maps of British Columbia for sale at
this office.
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The sawmill at Thorn;-son will
commence lacerating lumber this
week.
C. E. Smifcheringale, left last week
on a trip to Ontario to visit his folks.
lie returns in September.
Mrs. J. A. Taylor, of Nelson was
in town on Thursday g'oiii"' to join
her husband at New Denver.
E. C. Carpenter, was in town several days last week on business connected with tlie Three Forks town
site.
9
The Terminus of  the Nakusp & Slocan Railway,
E SUPPLY POINT AND CENTRE OF THE
WiJHIN EASY DISTANCE OF ALL THE
SITUATED AT THE FORKS OF CAR
LOGAN.
TER CREEK.
FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS APPLY TO :
Railroad News.
Last week the Josie made a sin: 1!
shipment from Trail to Tacoma.
Frank Barnard, M. P., Hugh Ki-ef"
er, Frank Fletcher and "W'.J.GJoepel,
were here last week.
Hugh Mckay, the noted comedian
and humorist will open an hotel at
Goat creek in a few days.
0. Bowen, was in town on Satin-
day, looking up lumber and other
supplies for his new hotel at Three
Forks.
Rev. Mr. AkWiurst, held English
church services on Sunday evening
to a large1 congregation. This was
the first time that the Episcopalian
route to heaven has been expounded
in our midst.
The day aiter the lire,   James For-j on Hugh Mann s contract  this side of
fees was killed  at Three lories by a  Three Forks.
J.
"wisisr
Real Estate and Mining. Broker,
605-HASTINGS STREET,       -      -      VANCOUVER,  B. C.
A passenger coach will be placed on
the N. & S., next week.
., R. Marpole, was in town last week
on railroad business.
The rails on  the N.& S., will be
laid to Rosebery this week.
A large number of men arrived
from Revelstoke last week to work
, Two engines are working on the
N.&S. One is always in the front,
and the other is kept busy bringing
-.applies and freight from Nakusp to
' he end of the track.
tree falling upon him.
Call at this office, if you want a
bargain in Stationery, 'Fancy Bu:;; ;
and Perfumery. No fcxm of Isic.ei
can sell as cheap as this stock will be
sold,   asth..   .proprietor   has sv.-\m j    Work has commenced on the station
. weary looking at it,   and  longs toi,,lld frci^ht shed in  Nakusp.    The
Jiugie in his jeans tho brio hi,,   .-judi t,uildings will be upon the-Bite of-the
timing dollars it represents. | present depot.   "Each building will be
All work on placer claims has been j"-"0 x 50 feet in size, and the total cost
laid over until August \i'M\. . J will be >5,COO. On the entire line
' When in Jvaslo stop attheU-'ea? bur stations will be built, two first,
Northern Hotel. Rates reasonable ' :i:-(l tw0 second class; four freight
Headquarters for cool  and delicious! ^u (}s;  tyvo roundhouses;: two section
beer. •    ,
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The body of a man, burned hvvcnO
recognition has  been   found  on   '
trail  between T:iroc IvrLs Mid :
don creek.
It is reported that Geo. A. jiiglc
is quite a pugilist and that ho ' "
eel out Dr.   Arthur in    one
This is surprising,   as J. lVsarc^i-,.,   ■    , ,       ,      ,   •
dom successful in the arena of lh^ !ills lliStnilHente»   placed in a tunnel
cuifs. ' I 'op   safety,   were   damaged by the
Our local and popular   musicians5,10"1'
.;■!.-. ;, and two sand houses. J.
e. ^n's has the contract, and the to.
.ic.\. will bo $20,000.
lii.V.
ow
knock-1,
er Sproatt,   of New Denver
ou Monday.
arwell, . had a narrow call
j iron* bCi'i.; burned while surveying
i the \\'e:.-ron claim, near Three Forks.
The Gunner's Adventure.
j. H. Devlin, known to fame as the
Gunner From Galway, had an exciting* adventure this week. He was
prospecting not. many miles from
-town, ■ when he ran across a small
bear cub. '■ The cub was running
round and round a tree at the time,
and-the Gunner in his bland and generous manner divided his lunch with
him. Then . he took the cub in his
arms and started for town, thinking
that the cub would be a good specimen to - exhibit in Nakusp. " The
mother got on the Gunner's trail, and
just as he reached'the creek she
caught up with him.- Not having
any firearms he flung the cub at its
motherland as the old bear seemed
anxious to fight the Gunner apologized and jumped into the swift waters
of the creek, and the bear left him.
Scrambling up the Gunner beat his
24th of May record in reaching' town,
and when he got here his clothes
were torn so extensively -that he resembled a man who had interviewed
a thrashing machine when it was
working full time.
Application for Liquor License
"VfOTICE is hereby given that SO days after date
IN 1 intend applying to the Gold Commissioner
for a. retail license to" sell beer, wine, spirits, and
other intoxicating liquors and beverages at the
month of Trout Creek, West Kootenay District.
HUGH MADDEN.
Nakusp, July 2nd, 1804.
JOHN W. GRAHAM &  Co"
WHOLESALE
Books, Stationery, Office Supplies,
and Wall Paper.
Great Eastern Block.
-SPOKANE, WASH.
SI    ea   t.
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for Sale.
1-*- 5-r7
,i£~j
TO SUIT EVERYONE
Sid
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$ 1,000.
50 PERCENT. REBATE TO BUILDERS.
-«*£>-
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Tli s*eo Forks.
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PLACER OLAIf
G.U.
opencer and  Thos. Duffy far
sic at .tin
in New Denver,   .Monti
nisJiecl the music at the open air ball
I Several .carloads of lumber were
shipped oil'Tuesday to the end of the
•'track.
ay evening-.
rni
■J.  M.   Kell
The   Nakusp sawmill has enough
ie iM.P.l?., isatCarnes j of orders ahead to keep it busy until
Creek   attending     to ■ development ftiie snow ilies.
,    ..              It is quite an  lnstitu
work on his claims. jion in oiir youn-city.    \ ';
; O. G. Dennis, was in -town Unsj --r. ):ncor r>t Vancouver, allowed
week making an assessment lor lol;5. j his genial smile to light up our burg
He left tor Fire. Valley on Tuesday,    for a brief time last week.
All Work on Placer Claims
in West Kootenay is laid
over until the 15th' of An g
11st, 1894.
W. J.GOEPEL,   ;
Grold Commissioner.
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