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Vol; 1. No. 31
NAKUSP, B. C, MAY 3, 1894.
Price Ten Cents.
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Front Street, West,     -    Kaslo, B.C.,
The Largest? and Most Complete Stock in the Kootenay
Country.
DRY GOODS.      GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING,
CARPETS, BOOTS & SHOES;
COLUMBIA HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. O,
Corning & Rodd, Props.
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL.
Speedy Resumption of Work on the
N. & S. Railway.
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines, liquors
and cigars.
Hotel
Naklisp.
This hotel ,is''^iinia?elS^ife"ar~',"the
water front and has every accommodation for the travelling public.
U. si THOMAS, Prop.
SUMMIT LAKE, B. C.
Good accommodations for travellers.
The bar is supplied with a good
stock of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
RISDALE '.&  McKAY,   Proprietors.
MADDEN .HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. C,
ROBT. MADDEN, Prop.
Beautifully situated on the Lake shore at the entrance to the best and shortest road to the Slocan
mines and New Denver. The best fishing and
hunting in the district, with grand boating and
sketching facilities for tourists and artiste. The
bar is supplied with the best brands  of wines
iquors and cigars.   The accommodations of the
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Hotel are the best;
In a brief interview with Dan McGillivray on Monday afternoon, a
scribe gleaned sufficient information
to make the hearts of local property
holders and business men generally,
to throb with heightened ' speed, because of gratification and confirmed
hope. Asked the leading, question as
to when track laying * would be resumed, Mr. McGillivray;. stated that
work would be recommenced next
Wednesday morning, and would not
cease until such. time sLs- the whole
road was completed. The boats of
the C.& K.S.N.Co. would commence
hauling the rails and other requisites
without delay, as the, material was
awaiting them at Revelstoke.
At least 30 flat cars, a number of
box and passenger cars, and another
engine would be brought:down at
once.    The mogul now 'here would
would have steam up on Wednesday
next and take out the ti&ck layers,
the first brigade^ of which will number 100. The locomotive to be brought
down is a wood burner,; but of the
same size and capacity""las"the'ohe
now here, which Mr. McGillivray declared was  ''hoodooed."   A gang of
men   will    be    employed    raising,
strengthening,   and replanking   the
wharf.     The  temporary  siding  in
front of the wharf would be permitted
to remain where it was for a time, to
permit of the unloading of the rolling
stock, while that on the south side of
the engine house would be removed.
Mr. McGillivra;/ said that he was
going out oyer the road in the morning as far as Three Forks, and upon
his return he would put 30 men at
work grading the shunting yards.
These will be to the west of the company's  offices and overlooking  the
lake.    There  also would be erected
the  roundhouse   and turntable,' the
latter being of steel and of the most
approved pattern.    As for the depot,
it is purposed to move the company's
present quarters farther towards the
lake, 'occupying the space now filled
by a couple of shacks. On the ground
thus made vacant will be erected the
depot, which will place it right at the
foot of Lake street.    Mr. Clemmens, of
Vancouver, who has the contract for
the building,   is now in town   and
would commence work on it shortly,
as well as those at Summit City, Rose-
bery, etc.   Th e present offices would
be turned into a freight shed.
What damage had been caused to
the roadbed by the spring freshets
was no more than to be expected, but
the workmen will soon have every-
thing to rights again. It is the intention of the conipany to have the
road completed and regular trains
running by June. They did not purpose putting a spur into New Denver,
unless requested to do so by the C.P.
R. . A station placed on the main line
at that point would, Mr. McGillivray
thought, be sufficient for the needs of
the place. A suit for $10,000 damages
was,pending against the company for
running through a certain party's
property, but that would be successfully defended in the Courts at Nelson.
Questioned why he had not visited
the town oftener during the winter,
Mr.'McGillivray stated that, as the
express company - had not been opeiv-
ating the office here, he had had no
means -of forwarding money. Said
he, 'kI am not the bravest man in the
world. And if, in bringing in $10,-
000 in my pockets, some man should
ask me for it, enforcing his demands
with a gun, why I should hand the
money over to him without hesitation,
just to avoid trouble."
Mr. McGillivray was very enthusiastic over  this  country,   and   was
firmly of the opinion that with the
steady rise in the price of silver an
era of prosperity"wou_<f tie inaugurated in West Kootenay the   like.of
which would not be  equalled anywhere on earth.    He had   implicit
faith in the future of Nakusp, and he
saw no reason why the . town should
not become one of the most progressive in the, interior.    Certain it was
that this summer's operations on the
railway will give the. town an impetus in the right direction.    The large
amount of money brought in by him
on .this trip would settle all scores and
make business brisker in every quar
ter/ ;;av\ x-x'.d       a':'■•• a";'a
Replying to a query with reference
to his enterprises in other parts of the
province, Mr. McGillivray stated that
he had 150 men at work on his ditching and piping contract in the Horsefly country, Cariboo, while 50 more
were to have left Vancouver on Monday for the same job. That district
was rapidly approaching another
great boom, and the big sums of cash
paid out by himself and other employers of labor there was but hastening on the inevitable.
Then as to the Nicola Valley Rail -
of the railway to but half the estimated cost of construction, yet arrangements had been made whereby the
necessary capital could be obtained
for carrying on the work. The first
sod had already been turned, a true
index of the certainty of the scheme.
Postal Affairs.
Inspector Fletcher, of the Postoffice
Department, was a passenger up on
the Lytton yesterday, on his way to
Victoria.   He has spent a week in
the district examining such offices as
he had time to , get at, but Watson,
Three Forks and New Denver were
not among the places favored with a
visit.    Mr. Fletcher intended spending a day or so straightening our
affairs here, but could get no one to
take the office so proceeded on his
way,   T. Abriel, though pressed  to
do so, declined  to accept, as he considered it would interfere too much
with  his business.    Until some one
comes forward to accept the position,
the office must remain where  it. is,
notwithstanding Mr. Thomas' resignation as postmaster.
A Rich Property.
way, the Inland Construction Company would commence operations in
June, immediately after the comole-
tion ofthe work here. The company's outfit would be transferred
from Nakusp to Spence's Bridge, and
the road gotten under way without
delay. Though the Govern ment had
guaranteed the interest on the bonds
It is a decidedly small section of the
mining community of the district that
ever bestows a thought upon the resources of the Lardeau country, and
yet within its confines are located just
as promising claims as any to be
found in the Slocan.    Upon a number
of the properties the owners have
been engaged  performing development work throughout the winter,
and the result is that in, every instance the ledge  has been fully proven,   revealing. large   quantities  of
high grade ore.    At a few ore has
been taken out on the dump ready
for shipment/every ton of which will
assay high in silver.    Notably is this
the case with the Silver Cup, owned
by C. Holden, T. Down, P. M.Walker -
and S. McDonald.    '■ hey have just
finished a season's work on the property, arid aie highly pleased with
the showing made.    The   ledge   is
well defined,   with every, indication
of it widening as the tunnel is driven.
About three carloads of ore is on the
dump awaiting an opportunity to be
shipped, which will,,assay from 300 to
1,100 oz. per .ton. in silver. The great
drawback to  the general  development of the country is lack of wagon
roads and other avenues of communication.
Navigation is now open down to
Northport, tlie Lytton having descended the river without difficulty on
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OP THE WOODS MINES.
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A Great Bush of Prospectors Into
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the If ew District.
' citisrcfertain"that the 'Lake of the
m_ni^ril':%liifeict: Vill receive
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and none bf the claims
side, and none" bf the claims have
reached that. state of development
tliat thky'cimk %&U mines. No
d^velop^e^Wii^^actically has
been done yet, m far as can be learned?* IiTthe Lake of the Woods district, in Canadian terntoi*y? "there are
mines which >haVe been working for
years,, but noneh&ve given such fab-
ulous returns "as has been reported
'from"alleged mines on the United
States - side. ' It seems that the element of'e^g^gfeation' is' inseparable
from .mining excitement. Rich the
territory may be, but it will do!
no good to overstate ?a'cts as' far "as
they are known to exist.
While referring to this subject, it'
may be as well to give a warning
to parties who may contemplate go-J
ingiiito'this'territory in the spring.,
There is practically nothing about]
there for poof"=Men. There are no
large towns or cities where work can)
be had; and the mineral' is all quartz
and requires considerable' capital toj
even.pegin,; development There isj
nothing to eiicbiifage'a rush to the!
districts. It willrequire considerable-
labor to develop the mines, but cap-i
ital will bef ■firstneeded to.ensuredej
veiopment.' Tliere are 'probably a-
sufficient number   of men available!
now to do'such'mechanical or labor:
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as will be required for some time. J
James Easton, of Kaslo, ~ has com-!
pieted a new map of the, Slocan dis-!
trict,; it being an, improvement upon!
t he Perry article.;
HOTEL SLOGAN, NEW DENVER.
a dealdf attention duritig the present year. This district has feeeii
known as a mineral region for many
ious causes, has been slow, the greatest drawback having* been' the"dis*
pute between the federal and Ontario
governments as to the ownWsliijyof
the lands and minerals. Owing to
t le dispute capital was driven out and
the developmentof che districtwas prevented at-a time when considerable
interest had been taken in it. When
the dispute was finally settled, interest in the district had died out, and
progress has accordingly been slow
"sinee."3.- Work, however^ has been
going quietly on, and ^ some valuable
properties have been acqutt-ed;" ahd^
are now in workable shape! ' '"
The recent reports of rich discoveries in the Rainy Lake district have
■drawn'fresh attention to this region'
and during the winter there has been
quite a; rush into the country,, and;
when spring fairly opens' a regular
boom is expected. The Rainy Lake,
discoveries are on the " United States
side ofthe boundary," but by far the
greater portion of tlie mineral belt,'including the Rainy lake, Rainy'riter:
and Lake of the Woods" districts, are
in Canadian territory.    Moreover the
only ea&t mode of access to the districts on either side of the boundary!
is through Canadian territory. There
are no railroads and no settlements
to speak of on the United States side,
and the only mode of reaching the
country from that side is to tramp
hundreds of miles through a dense
pine forest.
' On this aide of the boundary" it is
$iffererit.u Tto'm Winnipeg the Lake
bf the Woods ban be reached in a few
hours   by railway,  and as soon as1
navigation opens all points on the lake
and Rainy river can be reached by
steamers connecting'' with the railway at Rat Portage.   Until the region
is'dpeiiecfby railway on the United
States side, Rat Portage will remain
the headquarters for the district on
either side of the boundary.    Devel-;
opment on the Uunited   States side
will contribute to' Rat" Portage, and
to the whole territory on theCanadian
side.    Reduction works have been'
established at Rat Portage,  which
will receive the ores from the United
States as well as our own, if the present excitement leads to the  opening   «T/vnT«,j,. .     .  .. .      ...       .. ■ _..  ,     e
. .    __   . ■       _. r to    ATOTICE is hereby given that^ on the 6th day of
of any mines in United States terri- li
tory in this district.
No doubt a number of the reports
recently published in St. Paul and
other papers about discoveries on the
United States side are very misleading.    There are no mines on the other
Accommodations for 100 guests.. , The;
Finest Bar in the Kootenay .coun
try.    Headquarters for  capital
ists. speculators and miners
GETHING & HENDERSON. Props.;
NEELANDS '  BROS.,
NELSON, B.C.,
Landscape Photographers
Keep a large quantity of Architypes
and   Steel  Engravings    in    stock
Pictures framed to order.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Wm. Hunger. C^'H
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HUNTER &MoKINNON,
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New Denver and Silverton.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
All, kin^s of Miners' supplies kept constantly^inj stock.
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and
mission
Comer Post and Railroad Ave.
Wash
For Member of the Legislative Assembly
West Kootenay Electoral  District.
rpHE undersigned announces himself as a eandi-
1 date for member of the Legislative Assembly
from West Kootenay District, subject to the action of the convention to be held at Nelson on
April 12th, 1894.
J. FRED HUME.
Nelson, January lOtfi 1894.
NOTICE.
FOSTER    &   WINTERS
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NEWDENVER,      -      -      -..   -      B.C.,
Is one of the best in the Slocaii district   Call in.-
IM'H-Mn lie CO.,
Dealers In
Pianos,  Organs,  Musicians'   Sup-
plies, Sewing Machines, and %
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SPOKANE, - - WASH.
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April, 1894, the Maps, or Plans, of the Lands
required and intended to be passed over by the
Nakusp & Slocan Railway Company,and the Book
of Reference for the said Railway, were filed in the
office of the Registrar General of Titles, Victoria,
B.C. ;     .    ■
Dated this day of ,1894.
E. E. WOOTTON,
(of the firm of McPhillips,Wootton & Barnard,)
Solicitor for the Nakusp &
29-4t. Slocan Railway Company.
tOf Swansea ana wigan,
Aha!3^tical Chemist and Assayer.
The oldest and mbst experienced
Assayer in the Province.
REVELSTOKE, 8.0.
UME&Co.,
REVELSTOKE    STATION.
GENERAL MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail. Dealers in a
all kinds of Raw Furs. Branch
Store at Trout Lake.
Blue Ridge Hotel,
10 HIES 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 bros., Props, MINERAL FLOAT.
Picked up in Different Parts of West
Kootenay.
;^he Slocan Star has 800' tons of ore
stored at Three Forks.
A diamond drill js to he placed in
the Kootenay Bonanza.
Placer miners are taking out on an
average £3 of gold per day on Hall
Creek.
Close on to 1,200 mineral claims
have been located in the Slocan
country.
Fifty-nine tons of ore valued at
$7,080, were shipped from the Noble
Five mine last week. : . ,
Geo. Hughes will erect a telephone
line connecting 'the Mountain Chief
mine with New. Denver.
C. Kleinschmidt and M. Roster, of
Nelson, contemplate going into placer
mining on Salmon creek.
'. The Alice is the name of a promising claim located by W. E. Ferrel on
the north side of Seaton Creek.
The Le Roi mine, on Trail' Creek,
shipped 560 tons of .ore to the Tacoma
smelter last week, valued at $28,000.
N. F. McNaught "will build a wagon road from Silverton to the Grady
group of mines so soon as the snow
goes.
A supposed extension of the Slocan Star property has been staked by
S. Shaw and designated the Beaumont.
One thousand tons from the Mount
ain Chief is to be stored at New Denver, awaiting the completion of the
N.&S.R.    -..a ■■"■■'.
The Hall Mines Co. are putting in
an engine, boiler, air '.-compressor,,
power drill, and ore crusher on their
property. [pi   a
No less than 53 carloads of ore from
the Le Roi mine; on Trail creek, left
Spokane List week for the Tacoma
smelter. The ore will run about S50
per ton in gold.
In a week or so the Nelson Hydraulic Mining Co. will have their
works in operation on Forty-Nine
creek. Rich returns are expected
from the gravel in the gulch. The
plant was imported from San Francisco, and is of the most modern type.
The size of the stream ^vvill be six
inches, with a fall of 300 feet.
Parties, having good Min=
log   Claims to dis=
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 travellers.    Good beds and good meals
Bar stocked with wines, liquors and
cigars.
:,., John Madden, Prop.
If   you   have   Money   and
want to   meet   Monied
Men  stop at tlie
Newmarket,
NEW DENVER, B. C.   -
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Wholesale.Dealers, in Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Bananas,
and all kinds of" Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs,
Nuts, Candy, Cigars,? Etc.    The largest Shippers in the
'Northwest.
518 and 520 First avenue, Spokane, Wash.
The   Kootenay    Lake    Saw   Mill,
. The proprietor has on hand
THREE MILLION FEET OF LOGS
s
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.
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In lengths of from 12 to 50, feet.    Any kind  ,
of hill stuff can he cut at short notice.   .'
000,000 FT. ROUGH LUMBER; 500,000 FT. DRESSED LUMBER
» •     • ' s. I,
Shingles, Laths, Mouldings, Turned Posts 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 Stains, etc.
...   '.G.   O.   BUCHANAN.' - '
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Is issued at Nakusp, B.C., every Thursday.
Wet weather, snow slides, hard times; or the
sheriff* never hinders its publication. It
conies out just the same.
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lie Leasts Office
NAKUSr, B.C.
robrie
Does not dream of making a million out of it,
but he expects to getaa luxurious living. In
order to do this it is necessary to have cashable material, and the world at large is cordially invited to dig up enough money to pay
for an annual interest. To accommodate the
public we do
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At prices that do not  discord with the despondent price of silver. *   '. *.*'". **"
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Published every Thursday.
B.  -T.-, LOWBRT,    BDITOB   AKD
FINANCIER.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: j
OKJt TEAK '..'. $3.00
_Si MONTHS  1.50
THREE MONTHS  1,00
Advertising rates furnished on application.!
TO CONTRIBUTORS. \
Correspondence from every part of the Kootenay
District and communications upon live topics
always acceptable. Write- on both sides of the
paper if you wish. Always send something good.
no matter how crude., Get your copy in while it
is hot, and we will do the rest. r jp
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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1894,. ;
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NAKUSP WANTS A SMELTEft.
Since it has become the popular
idea among the various camps in
West Kootenay to advocate the very
special advantages possessed by each
place over its rivals for the location
of a smelter for the district—or, at
least, that portion of it designated as
the Slocan country—we, too, desire to
register a claim, in favor of Nakusp.
We have here' not only every facility
and advantage possessed by our sister
towns, but, in addition, we have the
enviable factor of speedy and unobstructed communication to and from
the coal depots, deposits of fluxing
ores, and the world's markets.
At the foot of Slocan river there are
large   outcroppings  of iron which,
be operated jhere. ..Should any capitalist-of a speculative turn of mind
desire to make good use of his money,"
we would beg of him to take into his
serious consideration the facts as elucidated above. ■
Dr. Watt will again contest Cariboo
in the interest of the present Government. __/ . j
The pominion ..Government, .had a
majority of 56 on the division follow-,
ing the budget debate. Sir John
Thompson,and .his colleagues .are safe
enough, this session. t.   _    ,.d\   v
The Court of Revision for the north
riding voter's list will, be held oh
June 15th. There are over 480nanies
on the list at/present, but these wjll
be systematically culled out by the
distributing collector. j
Vancouver supporters of the Government have selected Messrs'. Home,
Tatlow and Anderson as. their standard bearers at the next elections,
while opposed to them ;are, Messrs.
Greer, Macgowan and Cotton.
A sad gap has been made in the
Opposition ranks by the enforced retirement' of J. C. Brown, M.P.P. for
New Westminster, by reason of a
Federal command forbidding postal
attaches to hold other public offices.
J. B. Kennedy lias been chosen to,
wear poor Brown's mantle.
RE-OPENED.
HAVING re-opened the H<>t Springs Hotel, in
Banff, I will be pleased t • ^ee all my old Customers, and as many new ones as possible. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Our Rates will be found
reasonable. f
30-5t.. FRANK BEATTT.
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The
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Sawmill.
AVINGr 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:
Br; Williamson.
PHISICIAK 4 SURGEON,
NA&USP. B. 0
G. M. SPENCER,
Barber and
Hairdresser.
SLOGAN AVE.     -    NAKUSP, B. C.
Sir Matthew B. Begbie, Chief Justice of the Province, and G. W. Bur-
bidge, Judge of the Exchequer Court,
Roucrh Lumber, narrow,
•"• .     "        wide.
Joist and Scantling, sized up to
18 feet long,
18 ' to 24 ' .
21 'to 30'
Flooring, T & G, 6 "
»« •'     4 "
$10'00
$11 00 to $12 00
V joint Ceiling, 4
811 00
812 00
813 00
820 00
822 00
<5oo 00
6 "Rustic,     ~ 819 00
Shiplap, 814 00
Surfaced Dressed, $13 00
A liberal discount on large orders for Cash,
PETER GENELLE & Co.
though sti ^untenanted, will undoubt- wi]1 sit.asa Royal Commission in the
edly be taken, up and developed ere
long.    This,   with  the  presence of
limestone in abundance in the neighboring hills, ■ .would provide the principal fluxing ingredients at but slight
cost; while our   accessibility to the
various coal centres of the province
gives Nakusp a. position, that the other
camps, though aspiring to, cannot obtain.   We have a-superfluous amount
of land surrounding the town suitable
for a smelter and other works- connected with the treatment of ores, and
there^ is no question regarding our
water facilities.   We are also within
reach of the dry and wet ore belts
via t h e Na kusp & Slocan Rail way,
and the rates that will be imposed'by."
the company ought, in themselves, be
a sufficient inducement to mine owners to ship their ore out to this place.
Nakusp is the natural centre for all
the camps in West Kootenay, and
were a smelter erected here there
would be no fear of a lack of ore to
keep the furnaces in full blast.    The
quartz ledges of Trail creek, the lead
and silver deposits of Lardeau and
Trout lake, the dry ore veins of the
Wilson creek region, and the unsurpassed galena mines of Carpenter and
Four-Mile cree.ks, would all contribute
their quota to the works, while the
new discoveries of ore that are constantly being made closer to our own
court house, Victoria, on May 9, to
inquire into the alleged irregularities
of the Government in connection with
the Nakusp & Slocan Railway.
There is no dearth of candidates to
contest the north riding of West Kootenay both for and against the Davie
administration.    Among:  the  names
suggested are Messrs. Howson, Tapping, Brown, Kellie and' Haskins, of
Revelstoke; McKay, of Lardeau; and
McDougald, of Nakusp. So tar Messrs.
Tapping, and Haskins are the only
ones who have declared themselves
by the publication of their cards, but
Mr. Kellie is an acknowledged aspirant.   But neither of the two parties
first named come out squarely   on
party principles,   seeking rather to
ride the   independent   horse.   Independence is a cry that has been exceedingly distasteful to the settlers oi
West Kootenay, but more particularly
is it abhorred here.    Mr. Tapping is:
an unknown quantity and can command but little  weight, while Mr.
Haskins, though lie may poll a portion
of the mining vote, is not looked upon
with any degree of apprehension.   In
his platform, the latter has stolen two
ofthe planks from that of our local
man—an act of piratical impudence.
The citizens of Nakusp will support
no man who has not the courage of
town, do but accentuate the certainty I his convictions and can take a decid-
that a profitable establishment could ' ed stand in upholding them.
AVINGr 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 aesiring. All
goods guaranteed to be of
the best quality. Prices
extremely reiasonable. A
perfect fit promised or ,no
pay. See my Samples,
which have just arrived.  ;.
HOUSE.
cJ .   -L • J_S| __£__. LJ , I j JL t
Proprietor.
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines  liquors and cigars.
LELAND
HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. C.
D. A. McDougald
Proprietor.
Choice    location and   commands a beautiful view
of the surrounding
country.
The Bar is supplied witn the
best brands of all kinds of
wines, liquors and cigars.
NAKUSP,
B.C.
The Dining- Room is supplied
with all the delicacies of
'. '-'the; season.;;.- ypxP'\
Charged Moderate. ...
A Call Solicited.
Slocan Ave. • a •
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS at very low prices
FRESH CANNED GOODS always in stock.
A fuU assortment of Choice CIGARS and TOBACCOS, HITRRAH FOR THE 24TH.
Nakusp Will Celebrate, tho Queen's
,, Birthday, a. .
1
In response  to the announceinenr
i    ■, «.«j.iv"■wuo_u.._-_il» I j_u_ot_t5b.il (a.osent OV^r n t
made last.week, calling for a public Muirhead, X_£_ett,'
meeting oi the citizens for the purpose' hesketh.
merit of the senior classes was, Kate
McDougald; Lyland McDougald, F.
Martin, Norman Thomas,. John McDougald, . and- James Kelly. The
juveniles ranked thus, Dolly Boswell,
Olive Vanderburg, Roy Risdale, H.
Hesketh (absent over a week), Maud
VANCOUVER,
of taking steps towards the proper
celebration of Her Majesty's birthday,
quite a crowd gathered in the school-
house  on • Friday   evening.   F.   G.
Fauquier,   P.O.,  was  voted   to   the
'   chair, and laid before the audience the
object of the meeting. Ity unanimous
vote it was decided to" celebrate the
dav with as much pomp and enthusiasm as it was possible to scare up, it
being understood that tlie Revelstoke
people were very eager to participate
■ in .the fun provided, this place reciprocated with them on July 1st.
Messrs. McDougald, Fauquier and
Abriel were appointed a committee to
.., solicit funds, they to report at a meet-
[ing to be held next Saturday.    A
" committee of management, composed
of the following, was elected bv bal-
lot: Frank'[ Bourne,  T. Abriel, G. M.
Spencer, J. T. Nault, C. E. Smitheringale, B.C. Rodd and R. Madden.
These committees are to meet and
prepare a programme of sports in accordance with the amount of the subscriptions.
As at present contemplated the programme will consist of various aquatic events, horse and mule races, pedestrian and general athletic performances for young and old, and Caledonian sports, together with speechifying by the various would-be M.P.
P.'s of the north riding.    A pavilion
will be erected for dancing purposes,
while several arches will be put up
to tone down somewhat-the heightened color of the streets.    Cheap rates
will be obtained from the steamboat
Col. Baker Coming.
Commission Merchants
esale Importers
-OF-
gars,
Hon. Col. Baker went east by yesterday's express, says a recent issue
ofthe Vancouver World.    He intend-  \\T* w    o
ed to remain over a day or so at Rev-    W IflCS.    LrlOUOrS     Anil   Ct
elstoke, Donald and Golden.'  From ■ •     *-***__"yi^f   CUlfJ   Xsl
ths latter place he will proceed up
the Columbia to his  home at Cran-
brook.    During., his' visit he will ad*
dress meetings in East,  North and
South Kootenay.   He will be absent,
'two or  three weeks.    The   gallant  	
Sy*r i^t a _K__2 GrocerieS, Provisions, Flour & Feed
Stocked Regularly from the East.
STOVES
Tinware and Hardware by the Carload.
STOVES!
ofthe Government. His election is
assured, no matter who or how many
may enter the field against him.
Special Assize Cases.
Appended is. a list of cases to be
taken up.at the. special Assizes to be
held next month: .,  ,.,;
.   "     ., DONALD, .JUJTE 15.   .    ,
Regina vs. Devine, for uttering a
counterfeit bill. -   ........    ......
Regina vs. Olsen, uttering- a counterfeit bill.
NELSON,   JUNE 19. .
Regina vs. Sandholm, assault.
Regina vs. Kerlin, theft and shoot
Regina vs. Tracey, theft.
Regina vs. St. John, embezzlement.
Regina vs.  Thomas," indecent as
sault. '    ^•"•- '--■ ■ -
Dry Goods, Clothing, Rigby Waterproofs, Gents' Furnish-
ings, Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children's
-Boots, Shoes, and Rubber ■
Goods.
a,:TLcL     	
In   all   the   Latest  Fashions.
- c^
XT
REVELSTOKE,
B.C.
R  G- J^fluier^.p.,.(his week
u lii_ sieamooat r~^:r^>n^->/T('"»  weejc
lines, so as to permit of a big attend- Sent Up a n^?^?^ wines to Reyel-
ance from the outside.    In fact, it is Stoke %Q- herV¥cP^ .on theater's j&t
These will swell^he local" contingent
determined-.tp make the event the
most noted yet held in this section of
Her Majesty's ever-increasing domains.
NAKUSP
-«£—
More Capital For Slocan.
'vV4'." si-
to 100.
W. Murray, returned on Tuesday
from a prospecting^tour up. the lake,
bringing. wjth him spme A__ne speci-
mens of gold quart? an4 what appears
to be genuine cinnabar.
inJhro^er ^^ °°nsolidated Mir,- The various hotels "and business
ing company is a new corporation houses report a steady increase in the
just reg1Stered.   Its object is to deve- volume of their trade Zmw^t
uin district,    rhe-original  stock is'°,vo/'1""]1"   1 *      —  -
placed at §500,000 inXb shares, and
GENERAL MEECHAHTS.
o
SEE OUR LIST
DRY GOODS  DEPT.
the business headquarters are at Vic
toria. The first trustees are George
Rilev, Gustav Leiser, and Gordon
Hunter.
benooj. Jrleport.
gradually   becoming filled up  once
again.
Chief Engineer Hathely of the Lytton has had a coat of arms designed,
symbolic of the ideal lie led by him
at his country seat at Salmon Ann.
It is truly -a thing of beauty and a
ioy forever."
Miss f  i* ^Mw n   ,     *.      _-     1    Messrs- Nellie and Haskins, candi-
ni I e" f^   Xu ' eii fUr_ dat6S f0r P°Iitical h™°™ in the north
Sc *ctJT7g TC]Hr >     * X  ridil]^ lmVe intimate(i their intention
2£S t £TiSr™rtdi^ to^ress the  electorate in this vi-
^      ntt    tJne?e    contemplating   taking   up   his resi-
moietuan  two days.    The order of dence here.
tjnderwear. Hosiery, .
[ Mens' Furnishings,
Mens' Ready Made
Clothing,
Gloves, Ribbons, Silks,
Satins, Cashmeres,
Melton & Serge Cloths,
Carpets, Blinds, Cottons, Hats and Caps,
House & Table Linens,
Boots and Shoes.
GROCERY DEPT.   j HARDWARE DEPT.
Hungarian Flour,
Sugars, Bacon, Hams
Coffees, Teas, Spices,
Jams,  Pickles, Oatmeal, Biscuits,
Canned Vegetables,
Canned Fruits,
Dried    Fruits,   and
Syrups,
Fancy Toilet Soaps,
J Cigars and Tobaccos,
Grindstones & Fixtures
Crosscut & Rip Saws,
Axes and Handles,
Nails, Screws, Bolts,
Round, Flat, Square Iron
Oils,   Paints,   Glass,
Horse Shoes and Nails,
Cutlery,
Glassware,
Crockery,'
Stationery/
o
Sfmers can get a complete outfit here.
9
$
n
f9 tf_5£--*-A*w?a;2ir*:f *,"'PWJ*rr' "JW»s*w**k*«
"WEST
Iff
•      •      •
#A':
/P'
becoming
ore will he
the completion  of
brought to "Nakusp
KeYelstoke.
Nakusp & Slocan Railroad,  Thousands of tons.«t
the rich mines of the Slocan, and loaded on the
Gold and Silver Ledges
The
a a
Shop and
town already contains
ity of 30,000 feet per
many other buildings.
been discovered
ix Hotels, Several Dwelling
diem, a substantial Wharf,
S  01 .ISSMS
es,
K?9    -ii THE DISTRICT LEDGS.
Outcroppings   of
Varied
a  Sparkliiin:
ure.
ami
Eight patients are undergoing treatment in the Nelson hospital.
The court of revision for the south
riding" will sit at Nelson on June 11.
. Capt. McMorris is putting up a
neat residence on Stanley street, Nelson. -
R. J. Bealey will erect a two story
office building on Baker street, Nelson.
Hunter & McKinnon are erecting a
large store on Bellevue avenue, New
Denver.
Over 100 cases await. adjudication,
at the coming sitting of the County
.Court-at Nelson.
Kaslo is bidding heavily for the
Grant-Omaha Works, with but slight
chances of success.
Attempts are being made m Kaslo
to form a companv, to erect a small
smelter at that point.
, Constable Graham's place at Nelson
has been filled up by the appointment
of Special Officer Waterman.
Kaslo will celebrate the 24th of
May with great eclat, all Nelson
-promising to join in the festivities
with the aid of their brass band;
Marked improvements are being
made on the steamer Nelson, tape.
cially with her "boiler and cabins.'
It will be- another week before she
will be in service againi   a    aa> X x:
The portable sawmill oh the Dandy
property, owned by the Nelson Sawmill Co. ,1 is- to be. put in operation for
the purpose of getting out lumber for
. the Toad Mountain mines. .
Paul Savage,  formerly owner of
the New York restaurant - at Kaslo,
has been committed for trial at the
Assizes for aiding the escape" of Frank
King, who is wanted for burglary.
' Work has been resumed by the
Kootenay Reclamation Co." on their
dykes on Kootenay Riyer. They
have about 70 men at work,  40 of
1 ■ >■
whom are Chinese. The company
expects to have 8,0C0 acres reclaimed by fall.
The citizens of Kaslo affect faith in
the statement made by A. Ewen of
New Westminster, and one of the promoters of the Kaslo-Slocan Railway,
that the road would be commenced
within 30 days and pushed to completion without delay.
The Kaslo delegates who went to
Victoria to interview the Government respecting aid to the K.& S.R.;i
were given a public reception on
their return home. They were met
at the wharf by the citizens en masse
together with Holland's brass band.
At the meeting which followed, a resolution was passed calling upon the
Federal authorities to establish a
mint at Kaslo.
DOCTOR
j, ^
.      KASLO, B. C.
" '        V    A    ■■■Xx.yx-'-'   -  ■ ■■. xZ-XA.. ••■:. -      )
Graduate of Trinity University, To-:
rqnto.   Member of college Physi-   :
cians and Surgeons, Ontario.
HORACE W. BUCKE
LAW AND CONVEYANCING
OFFICE;
Bucltanan B^k,Kaslo.B.C.
CAPTAIN,
ARROW,
C. H. VANDERBURG.
.IT,     '.«!•
KASLO & NEW DENVER
MAIL STAGE AND FREIGHT LINE.
Stages leave Kaslo daily at 8 a.m.
for New Denver. Returning will
leave New Denver fur Kaslo at
same hour.
Satisfaction is  Guaranteed.,
 ,    a. j. .scott,,   :f
" " Manager.!
R. STRATHERN,
Jeweler,
K£SLO CITY,       ....    -
B.C.|
.The only.practical Watchmaker in?
the Kootenay District. Orders by;
mail receive prompt attention.
ALL WORK GUiRAITEEI).
It
WILL leave Nakusp every Monday and. Friday
, at 6:30 a.m., forLardeauian&Reveistake.
Returning:, will leave Revelstoke for Lardeau
and Nakusp on Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 6:30
a.m.
The Boat will call at the Hot Springs, Thomson's Landing, Hall's Landing-, and Green Slide,
for   passengers   and
coming and goin;
Ample   accommodation
freight.
VANDERBURG & TINGLING,
.'      Proprietors
THE
KASLO, B. C,
Is open night and day and supplies
its patrons with everything in the*
market.    Call in.
GEO. PAQUIN,
Proprietor-
TAILOR,
KASLO,
AiCOOPER ABBS
ATTORNEY
SOLICITOR,
CONVEYANCER,
ETC., ETC;
Arend & Kenward
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL.
CYSTERS,
FISH &
POULTRY.
CANADIAN     t
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.
Atlantic Express arrives at 10:00 Daily
Pacific «• «« 16:55     "
It
SPOKANE,
Howard, Street,
WASH.
,THE... STEAMER
Special Attention to Mining
."' Interests.        ,
OFFICE:—, ..\-      \; .*..-■ ..
FRONT ST.^  EASLO, B.C>
Over Bver's Hardware Store.
G. L. ESTABROOKS,      - ,, MASTER,
, ".■ /■      ■ '•::•.•; .   y    ,c ■■ J"■"■ • " ■'.['" x)
I EAVES New Denver every day except Sunday
j for Silverton. at 7 a.m.; and for Bonanza
Citv at 8 a.m.--' Returning,.the steam r;r- leaves
Bonanza Citv'for New,.Denver at S p;m. the same
day."';'   V?-.  '"""'"'  '■'    ';..■••.'■- A'—;---'A;fi ■ ■
Slogan -Trading & Navigation Co.. (Ltd.)'
; ■■ 'd- ■      XX - W.,C,:McKINNON. ■'•'
Secretary
Cheapest, most reliable and safe route to Montreal, Toronto, St. Paul, Chicago, - New York,
and. Boston. Rates $3 to $10 lower than any oth9r
route. .-.-...
Specially fitted Colonist Cars, in charge of a
porter, for the accommodation of passengers holding second-class tickets.
Passengers booked to and from all European
points at lowest rates.
... Low freight rates. Quick despatch. Merchants
will save money by.haviug their freight routed, via
the C.P.R.
<vEull and reliable information given by applying
to
GEO. McL. BROWN,      I. T. BREWSTER,
Asst Gen. Freight Agent,     Local Agent,
Vancouver. Revelstokt.
COLUMBIA k KOOTENAI
Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.
TIlidEEI CARD 3>To. S.
In Effect Tuesday,".April ltth, 1894.
Is the Proprietor of the
Great Northern Hotel
nang
KASLO, B.C.,
And serves Meals in anv
Style you1 can desire.
Call in and gaze at his
■Mejiu when you visit
Kaslo.
Nelson & Fort Sheppard
RAILWAY.
REVELSTOKE ROUTE-STR. LYTTON.
(Connecting with the Canadian Pacific Railway for all Eastern and Coast Points.)
Leaves Robson on Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p.m.
Leaves Revelstoke on Mondays and Thursdays at
4 a.m.
Passengers. from Nelson should take the C.& K.
trains.leaving'at 3 p.m., on Tuesdays and
Fridays.
ALL    RAIL    ROUTE     TO    SPOKANE.
The only through route from Nelson, Kaslo,
Kootenay Lake and all Slocan
Points.
Through Trains Semi-Weekly.
KASLO ROUTE—STR. NELSON.
(Connecting with the Nelson & Fort Sheppard
Railway  for all  Eastern   and Coast
Points and for Spokane.
LEAVES NELSON :
Mondays, 9      a.m.
Wednesdays,' 5:10 p.m.
Thursdays, 5      p.m.
Saturdays, 5:40   p.m.
LEAVES KASLO:
Tuesdays,    3 a.m.
Thursdays,  8 a.m.
Fridays,      S a.m.
Sundays,    8 a.m.
Leave 7 a.m.
NELSON.
Arrive 5:40 p.m.
Commencing January "8th, 1894. on Tuesdays
and Fridays, trains will 'run through to'Spokane,
'arriving at 5:30 p.m., same day. Returning,.pas-
pengerswill leave S]Okane.at.7a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays,"1 arriving at Nelson-at #5:40 p.
m.,samedav, making close connection with the
steamer Nelson Tor E?tslo and all Kootenay lake
points. .A' ' ' ■    ;
Passengers frc> a Kaslo for Spokane and all intermediate points i. .1 the N. & Ft. S. and S. F. &N.
Rv's should take the steamer Nelson, leaving
Kaslo on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 a.m.
BONNER'S FERRY ROUTE-
STR. SPOKANE.
(Connecting with the Great Northern Railway
for all Eastern points, Spokane and
: the Coast.)
Leaves Kaslo at 3 a.m: and Nelson at 7:15 a.m. on
, Tuesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Bonner's Ferry at. 2 a.m. on Wednesdays
■ -; and' Saturdays.' '  '
; ■   (•
The company reserves the right to change this
schedule at any time without notice.
For full information as to' tickets, rates, etc., ap
ply at the Company's offices, Nelson, B.C. .
T. ALLAN, Seo'y. J. W. TROUP,
Nelson, B. C. Manager. piMMwiaa^jS^
LEDGE CROPPINGS
Harry Barnard is spending a few
days in town.
L. Dansereau returned from the
Coast on Monday.
When in Kaslo call on Billy Kellein
and get a square meal for 25cts.    f
The various placer diggings on
Lardeau creek are showing up well.
F. Bibbach, who has been in Revelstoke all winter, returned to town
on Monday.
The waters ofthe lake are going up
. at a rapid rate,   having risen over
four feet in a week.
J. O'Leary and W. McLean railway contractors, .were passengers in
on the Lytton, Monday.
The settlers of Fire Valley are busily engaged putting in their season's
crops, principally roo^s.
Genelle Bros, started up their big
saws on Monday, getting out timber
required by the railway people.
I). McGillivray departed on a tour
of inspection of the grade of the N. &
S.R. as far as Three Forks, on Tuesday.
When in Kaslo stop at the Great
r Northern Hotel. Rates reasonable.
Headquarters for Hudson Bay Co.'s
goods. t
Eleven tons of Vernon beer arrived
in on the Lytton Monday, destined to
lubricate the vocal appendages of the
masses.
J. McMartin, contractor,  who has I
been on the Coast for some time past,
accompanied D.  McGillivray in on
Monday.
J. W. Haskins has negotiated the
sale of the Sol Holden mine, in the
Big Bend country, to a party of To-
rontonians.
Lane Gilliam has decided upon
taking his pack train, at present
rusticating at Lardo, into the Big
Bend country a bout June 1.
Hugh Mann was in town last week
endeavoring to secure the contract to
repair the washouts on McMartin s
section of th© railway grade.
Indications accumulate for a busy
summer at Rosebery, several hundred
men finding employment on the railway and other improvements.
A free site and other inducements
are held out to the Grant-Omaha
Smelting Co. to locate their proposed
sampling works at Roseberry.
Thursday's boat brought down an
exceedingly large cargo of wet groceries for the various hotels in town,
New Denver and Three Forks.
A company, headed by H. A.
Brown, have made application for a
mile of placer grounds on the South
Fork, some distance from Trout lake.
W. Parker is contemplating the
erection of a restaurant on the corner
of Lake street, immediately fronting
the supposed site of the new depot. [ exist on the shore of the bay, at the
An epidemic of some kind has been
devastating the stock of the Fire Val-
lev settlers of late, several fine horses
having succumbed   to the disease.
J. Lebby, la-te overseer of the cuisine department of the Madden House
has leased the dining room of the
Columbia and will run it on the short
order system.
W. Hunter, of the firm cf Hunter
& McKinnon, New Denver, was in
town on Saturday purchasing new
goods [from the representative of a
Montreal house.
Str. Illecillewaet came down from
Cariboo bar on Friday, where she had
lain since the accident last November.
The barge will be hauled out of the
water and repaired. ■
For a few weeks to come tho Lytton will be engaged transporting
supplies for the railway here. She
took her barge up to Revelstoks yesterday for her first load.
Str. Marion arrived up from Fire
Valley Siinday, departing for the
same place next day with the pile
driver, which will be used in extending the settlers' wharf at that
point.
Owing to the rising of the" lake,
Genelle Bros, will be forced to take
down their mill and rebuild it on piles
out of reach of the water. The task
will be undertaken at once.
John 0. Piper, an employee in
Bourne Bros', store, left for Revelstoke
on Saturday. He intends going to
Trout Lake City, where he has large
interests, possessing among other property, a share in that promising town-
site. ''
Tug Nakusp brought.-in a small
boom of Jogs Sunday for the mill from
down the lake. Coming in she picked
up two young men who narrowly escaped having their boat swamped in
the heavy swells prevailing on the
lake.' ;';'■;.'.._ '  °..: ; ■'
The last heard of Captain Fitzstubbs, Gold Commissioner, was that he
had arrived at Revelstoke safely, but
very ill. He was taken to the Victoria hotel, and there was but little
hope of his recovery. Disorder ofthe
liver was the prime cause of his illness.; ■ .'.. .    '■■'■. t_-
J. Walsh disposed of his contract,
for carrying the mails to and from
Slocan lake and Nakusp, to William
Saunders, last Friday. Mr. Walsh
has gone to East Kootenay to bring
over a pack train, which he will operate along the railway during the
summer.
M. Mclnnes, ofthe firm of Mclnnes
& Burns, Calgary, has obtained the
contract of supplying J. T. Nault's
railway camps with beef during the
summer. Mr. Mclnnes denied that
Mr. Wilson had purchased his share
in the butcher shops of his firm in
West Kootenay.
Mineral springs, .similar,- in quality
to those in the neighborhood of Kaslo,
The strength
outlet of the meadow,
of the water is lessened by \ he constant seepage of surface drainage.
With little trouble the'springs couid
be turned to some use.
Track-laying on the Arrow Lake
Railway has now reached a point 13
miles below Revelstoke, and two or
more this side of the> Green Slide.
Men are engaged clearing the land
and arranging for terminal facilities
at the head of the lake, almost two
miles south of the Wigwam.
A change has been made in the
officers of the Lytton, Captain Gore,
Purser Anderson and Steward Tompkins having been transferred to similar positions on the Columbia. Capt.
Nesbitt now commands the Lvtton,
with H. Walby as purser and F. G.
Stapleton-Cotton as steward.
At the meeting of the British Columbia Southern Railway Company,
held last week at Victoria, the old
hoard of directors were re-appointed.
F.\B. Pemberton and H. E. Smith,
were added. John Hyde, of Montreal,
was appointed auditor, but the elec
tion of officers was deferred.
The Cariboo & Kootenay Prospecting Co. have taken up \\ miles of
gravel on the Lardeau creek and
close to Trout lake. Several thousand
dollars will be expended in building
a dam, putting in a flume, and doing
other preliminary work. O. D.Hoar,
manager, predicts rich returns.
, The long-looked-for and eagerly
expected D. McGillivray came in from
Vancouver Monday, and the business
horizon of Nakusp at once assumed a
roseate hue. He brought with him
considerable coin to redeem the numerous time checks held in the town,
a fact that has greatly relieved the
monetary stringency.
Str. Arrow made a special trip to
the lower Narrows on Sunday, having
been chartered by D. A. fe
who was thus enabled; to give his
family a pleasant outing to his riverside ranch. Mr.McDougald is setting
out an extensive orchard of mixed
fruits on his property* He brought
up a quantity of rhubarb grown this
year, which is decidedly early.
Go to the Ledge Office
for Pttsters,
--THE—
PHILO & Co.'s
"Leaders,"
uO.K.s," and
"Terminals. "'■
Factory and Salesroom:
.'■•■■'   ■ i
522, CORDOVA ST.,
VANCOUVER.    -    -    B.C.
Will leave Nakusp at
7 a.m. every alternate    day   for
NewDenver
commencing on
Monday, Dec. 18,
Returning* the next
day.
J. E. WALSH,
Proprietor.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS
AN D
REVEL
DEALERS  IN
s
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s
Powder
ay, Feed
ana so on.

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