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THE
PROSPECTOR.
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701,IIL-SQ, 3,
KASLO, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1895.
pm in cms,
-WSS.SO perYear.-
Dr. Rogers' hospital has now
Hen patients.   All doing nicely.
The tracks to and about the
"depot grounds are being graded.
On the railway there are at leaBt
'eleven hundred men working this
'week.
Pete Lareen, the Helena railroad
'builder, was in town the first of
%he week.
Work on the railroad wharf is
^progressing slowly on account of
Jhigh water.
R. R. Barge No. 2 has been
launched and finishing touches are
?Wng put on.
The Idaho is the only place in
1town where you can get a first class
'meal for 25cts. *
The Kaslo Drug Co. has just received from Hamilton, Ontario*  a
large consignment of  drugs,  stationery, etc.
R. R. Barge No. 1 is being loaded
^with rock at the point across Kaslo
bay, to be  used,  presumably,  in
Hhe construction of the incline.
H. Geigerich has on the way to
^is Kootenay stores a carload each
*bf flour, oats, milk, coal  oil  and
-groceries, besideB numerous smaller
,: shipments.
Oliver Harris has returned from
the St. Mary's country where  he
has been "with his father doing assessment work on some promising
'claims and prospecting'
'Board by the week $5.00 at the
Idaho Rest���.- ! *
John D. Porter, of Porter Bros;,
'came in from Spokane the other
'evening.   They are acquiring extensive   mining  interests  in  tht
'Slocan and Trail districts.
W. D. Pratt, editor of this paper,
has been this  week  in   Spokane
where he purchased a job printing
'outfit for the Prospector officei He
is returning via Rossland. ,
.   You'll get all you  can  eat  for
Two-Bits at the Idaho. *
The  Kaslo & Slocan  will  have
the firmest' and best  roadbed  in
British  Columbia,  with  possibly
the C. P. R. main  line excepted.
Every stroke of the work is being
done thoroughly and solidly;
Chicken dinner every Sunday at
the Idaho. *
, Robertson church [Presbyterian]:
'Sunday services at 11 a. m. and
7*30 p. m.   Topio for the evening:
 Unprofitable Labor, i	
.Sunday School and Mr. G. 0. Buchanan's bible class at 2'30 p. m.
All are cordially invited.
. Meals at all hours day or night
at the Idaho; *
Ed Stauffer is now sole propri-
' etor and head stuffer at the B. O
Restaurant, having bought out the
Fortin interests; Frank Fortin
has gone up to Three Forks to
cook at a mine���no more city liie
in his. Ahd Phillip Fortin���well j
we don't kriOw what Phillip is going to do;
Wheh in KaBlo get your meals
at the idAtio Rest���. *
, Monday witnessed a lively, con^
,test antbng the voter* over the
plectioh of a trustee i0r, the place
in the School board of the retiring
Xr. A. W. Wright; .Thla ..gentle^
men nominated Were Messrs. Jno.
J). Moorp and A. .W* Wright; The
vote resulted in the election of Mr.
^Itjore wRjj a majority of 65; there
ml 119 votes polled.
A scrap last night, to vary the
program.
A brother from Salt Lake City,
Utah, is visiting with Briggs Bros,
in this city.
Everybody oh their good behavior. No arrests and no police
court for two weeks.
J. G. McGuigan came into town
Tuesday from Rossland via Nakusp and Three Forks.
Mr, Ross, proprietor of the Comique Cafe, returned Friday from a
trip to the outside world.
Tainton & Millington are burning seventy thousand brick at
their brick yard on the hill.
The little steam tug Red Star,
from Okanogan lake, has been lying at the Kaslo wharf this week.
C. Bowenand wife and their
children, Mildred and Carl, came
over Tuesday oh the stage from
Three Forks.
It is understood that an amateur
theatrical entertainment is being
prepared to be given in aid of the
Kaslo Hospital.
Rev. McKeracrief expects his
sister to arrive here about the 1st
of August. She comes to assist
him in his church work.
Wi Russell Allen is going to
New York to meet his wife who is
���en route from England. He will
probably return via Montreal.
' "Meals'25cts afid'up at the Idaho
Restaurant. *
A find of an eight foot ledge is
reported by a prospector iii laBt
week from the St. Mary's country,
one assay going 800 ozs. silver.
Mr. and Mrs. Twiss, and daughter, have come to reside in Kaslo.
Theis home will be on B avenue
opposite the Cameron residence.
You always get the best on the
market at the Idaho. *
T. A. Garland, wholesale merchant of Prarie la Portage, Man.,
is herejon a visit to his sohyand on
a tour of inspection of his branch
stores.
Mrs. Martin, wife of the Rev.
Martin formerly here, was, at last
accounts, very ill at her home in
eastern Canada and hot expeoted
What Stone,   wa. Doing.
The lesson was about the mak-
of the golden calf for the Isrealites
by Aaron while Moses was absent
on Mt. Sinai* . Rev. McVicker of
Nelson was teaching the infant
class in the Kaslo Sunday School
He asked: "What was Moses doing
up oh the mountain?"
A bright little girl answered at
once: "Prospecting."
Challenge Accepted.
J. R. Campbell of Nefeon authorizes The Tribune to state that he
accepts the challenge ojf J. A. Long
of Kaslo to run one hundred yards
for $100, the race to ta��e place at
Nelson at any dati mutually
agreed upon.���Nelson tribune.
Municipal Corporation of the
City of Kaslo,
Balance Shut for Quarter Ending June
1895.
April 1.
To Cash on hand	
" Real estate and im-
provt. tax 1891     986 08
" Road tax       53 60
" Donation acc'nl public works      75
412 a
1 Theatrical license .
1 Police court lines.
May
66 45
15
Kaslo, 1J July '95.
I have deposited $2q with Geo.
Henderson (as forfeit fir $100) to
run i00 yards against J: R. Campbell of Nelson. Race to take place:
at' Kaslo; date to be set!
i. A. Long
Put up, boys, and rur(.
.    Bra.. Band'. Excursion
to live,
The Idaho Restaurant is the
boss place to chew. *
Mrs. Weinstein, wife of M. Wein-
stein the London Tailor, returned
Friday morning from a long and
pleasant visit with  relatives  and
friends in San Francisco.
A very enjoyable party in honor
of Miss Dolmage, teacher of the
NeiBon school, was given by Mr.
and Mrs; G. O. Buchanan Monday
evening. Guests representing half-
a-dozen of the leading families in
Kaslo society were present.
Everybody gains and nobody
loseB by boarding at the' Idaho.    *
, A Small shipment of 5^ tons re-
cently macle from the Goodenough
thine to the Tacoma smelter returned to the owners $1,877.00.
Part of the ore was carbonates
averaging 266 ozs. silver to the ton
and part galena averaging 088 qzs.
This mine is starting on its lea-
sons work.
*
A Concert Coming.
Wednesday 24 July is the date
Set for the concert at the Presbyterian church, It was postponed
from the first date fixed to wait for
some exceptionally good vocal
talent. Effort is being made to
make it the best of the esaBon.
It will he well worth attend''
ing.
The crowd on Sunday's excursion was small and the band made
very little over expenses. Nevertheless, all claim to have enjoyed
themselves thoroughly. Mr; Proctor is establishing a reputation as
���the most generous man in Koote1
nay. ...He turjjeil .tfe,_ex.cn.r��ioniBts
into his Btrawberry patch with instructions to gather and eat to
their ^hearts' content. Guss Adams
didn't exactly understand. He
hadn't seen strawberries growing
for so many years that he thought
they Were being turned loose in a
pasture with a fence on one side
and the lake on the other to keep
them in, so he started in eating
the plants, leaves, berries, stems
and all; but Guss is quick to ob
serve, and hfe soon noticed that tne
leaves were hot flavored just to his
liking nnd Jthat the others were
eating onlyi berrieB, and he immediately adopted the same plan.
The band (furnished the music,
which was pronounced good.
June
" Retail trade license
" Real Estate and im-
provt. tax 1891  177 98
"   Ditto   1895  680 18
" Police court fines... 87 70
" Donation acc'nt public workB   14 91
" Public works (sale ol
wheelbarrow)     4
Retail liquor licenses,
deposits  800
" Theatrical license .. 18
"Auctioneers' "   .... 12 50
" Drayman's     "  2 50
"Road tax         2
" Retail trade license 25
" Real estate and im-
provement tax    1894 44 60
"   Ditto    1895 440 61
"Retail trade license 20
" Theatrical license .. 60
" Police oourt fines  102
" Retail liquor license,
deposits  200
" goad tax   6
"Dog tax....  28
1213 98
1324 72
896 21
April
May
June
By Public works " 587 95 	
"Salaries " 104 88 	
"Expense    1894 22 30 	
"Expense    1895 10 22 	
" Fire department .... 5 30 730 68
"Publicworks  720 	
"Salaries ....1894 36 80 	
"   " 1895 246 68 	
" Expense  1894 12 	
"   " 1895 69 50 	
"Petty cash   20   ��� 	
"Telegrams    2 50 	
" Stationery     4 60 	
" Printing and adver-  ,
Using  65 75 1177 8:1
" Real estate and im- 	
prov. tax (returned, 	
paid in errori.
i'u"'
ublic works .,..1894 208 66   	
Expenses 1894 6 90   	
Salaries isai 15Q        . ��	
Legal expenses   1894 20        	
"     " (not included 	
in liabilities) ... .1894 60       	
Legal Expenses. 1895 24       	
Salaries  " 276 21   	
Public works  867 29   	
Telegrams " 18 72   	
Office lurniture...." 20       	
Printing 4 advtg 1894 49 80   	
"         " ....1895 58        	
Expense          72 50   	
Stationery " 3 21 1294 32
Balance In hand .... 674 39
I 8877 22
% 3877 22
Dated, Kaslo, B. O,
80th June 1895.
Certified Correct.
W. J. GOEPEL,
Auditor.
The Nelson Miner calls attention
to the location of a block of the K;
& S. R'y land subsidy two miles in
length and one mile wide up the
South Carpenter creek valley from
Sandon to Cody, and thinks there
are other mineral claims in the
tract besides the Jay and Loudoun
shown on the map filed by the
company. The matter is import*
ant enough for anyone owning
claims in that vicinity to inquire
into, thgugh titles would not be
affected; but we are certain that all
producing claims are higher up the
mountain sides than this would
reach and are not aware of any
prospects low enough down to be
covered by the grant.
AND FOREVER
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that persons desiring
to locate land, or take timber within the Kaslo
and slocan Railway Reserve, are requested to
communicate with the Company's office '
Kaslo, to avoid the penalties of trespassing.
Thk Kaslo and slocan RailwayCo.,.
Robt. Irving, Secretary.
KOTICE.
. Kaslo. B.C., July 17,1895.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chie'Commissioner  ol Lands and Works
tor a license to Cut and carry away timber from
a tract of land described as inflows!
Beginning at a stake- On the shore of
Kootenay lake about two miles north of my
mlllj thence west BO chains; thanee north 120
chains: thence east to the shore of Kootenay
lake; thence following said shore to the place
ol beginning. O. 0. Buchanan.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
..ie date hereof w�� shall apply to the Board of
License Commissioners for the Corporation of
City of Kaslo tor a ltcinse to sell spirituous and
fermented liquors bv retail on the premises
altuate ou Ixit Four Block Eleven In the City
of Kaslo aforesaid.
Dated the 10th day of Juno A. D. 1895.
ALU A. McDonald,
Alu Quia.
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You*4 orders for
Can be handled in First Class style hy the PROSPECTOR.
���Til* ���MM
BY W.  D.  PRATT,
That was a wonderful word-picture that was drawn by President
'Caldwell at the New York bankers'
convention. "Who shall decide
these important questions of finance," said he, "if not the bank-
'ers?'' No wonder Messrs. Heidel-
bach, Ickelheimer and the rest
cheered till the windows rattled.
There is the whole gold standard
platform sketched in twelve simple
Vords.���Spokane Chronicle.
A very peculiar charge was made
against the PatronB in Parliament
at Ottawa lately. The Patrons in
Ontario have established a binder
twine factory ot Brantford. It was
alleged that the Patrons Who control this factory had approached the
Consumer's company and also the
lnanagers of the government factory
with a view to secure an advance in
the price of binder twine. The Patrons probably find that the profits
in manufacturing binder twine are
i'onsiderably less than they figured
.on���too small probably to leavd
them any margin of profit. The
same thing holds true in many
other branches of manufacture,
though the Patrons generally entertain ideas of fabulous profits made
in trade.���Winnipeg Commercial.
'THE AM lilt If AN E AGLE IS SICK.
With a financial policy fixed for
us by Great Britain and a tariff
policy .shaped by the old world we
are scarcely as independent as we
Were a century ago. Still it is
right that we should earnestly celebrate the victories of '76.,,We are
Americans and may come to our
senses yet.���Denver, Colo., Sun.
THE TOliRENS   SYSTEM.
transfers, and minimum of cost.
In spite of these manifest advantages, it makes progress slowly.
There is no particular rush in Ontario to put property under Tor-
rens title. The machinery required is not expensive, and the
only camplaint ever raiBed in Toronto agains the Land Titles office
is that the admistering officials are
exceedingly strict, as befits them,
in granting a title. As the state
absolutely guarantees the correctness of a man's title to ownership1,
and will reinstate or recompense
him if ousted by fraud, great care
is necessary. Still, the old expensive system holds the boards, and
lawyers' fees for searching sometimes assume fine proportions.
Property owners, however, continue
to hug their old idol. One reason
doubtless is the expense at the outset of convertirg property from
one syste'm to tlie other. The benefit in most cases would accrue in
;     ��� l |
the future, and each man asks
himself, what has posterity ever
done for me? Besides, when a big
property sale is going thrpugh' a
good legal fee seems right and
proper. The late lamented Bar-
num assured iis that the public
liked to be fooled. In legal costs
we all know the favorite sneer
about "cheap law." So in physic,
the doctor who exacts a heavy
charge is on the road to making a
great reputation. As long, therefore, as the owners # are
deaf to the merits of
change, the reform will lag behind.
���Star.
The regular meeting of Kaslo Lodge A. F. &
A. M. is held on the tir.il Monday evening in
each month.   Visiting brethren in good standing cordially invited to attend.
D. C. MacGregor, W. M.     E. E. Chipman, Sec'y
APPLICATION    FOR     LIQUOR    LICENSE
Notice Is hereby given that the Undersigned
will at the expiration of thirty days apply to
the Stipendiary Magistrate of West Kootenay
district for a license to sell liquor at retail in
his Hotel at Watson.
Dated:   Watson, June 12,1895.
I'.. Willey.
fred j. squire,
Merchant Tailor;
Nelson, B^ C.
A choice collection   of  Worsteds
serges and tweeds always on hand
*   B.KERR
BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR
and Notary Public.
NEW   DENVER,  B^ C.
WJL MMJtlfrtf,
MINING ENGINEER.
Assays.      Analysis.      Reports.
Ten years experience | mining and concen-
t ruling lead and silver ores. ���
Office ind Laboratory���prokt st., kaslo, B.C.���
t One would think that a reform in
the present expensive system of
iand transfer would take ;rapidly.
Yet the fact remains that the political agitations and party strife, in
, which the chief ingredient is buncombe, engross Parliaments and
electors to the exctilsioh of many
useful reforms. A man, it seems,
will shout himself hoarse oyer
party triumphs, while law3 which
. would    save   him   needless  cost
i arouse no kind of enthusiasm. The
slowness* with which the Torrens
: system of property registration has
grown on this continent is an illus-
! tration of public apathy.   The Tor-
��� rens system, as worked in Australia, can be adapted to suit local
r requirements, but, in the main, it
substitutes for the present system
of registration (where, at each
transfer, a search through previous
transfers back to the time of the
Deluge, more or less, is made)   a
i new system of guaranteed title bo
that no reference beyond the certificate of the last owner is required.
The State of Illinois is the first
American state to adopt  it.   On*
' tario has had it in force in the
Oounty of York for several years,
and more recently, we believe, it
has been extended to One or two of
the newer districts of the province,
where much of the land is passing
for the first time under private
ownership. It is also in force iti
the North West. In these I Canadian instances, as also in Illinois,
'the system is '"permissive. In On*
'tario it exists side by side with the
'old system. Illinois haB left the
���question of adoption to the. vote of
each county. Anv individual property owner in 'that county is not,
however, compelled to employ the
Torrens system, Hi may I keep to
Hheold. The benefits of the hew
Worm odnsjst in -absolute security
ui title, perfect facility in making
(tar of KAsw=orriciAL mmt
MAYOR:     JOHN KEEN.
MEMBERS OF  CITY COUNCIL:
0. T. STONE     J. FLETCHER     H.  BYERS
J. L. RETALLACK     A. H. CAMERON.
CLERK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL  AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES:     Wi R.ALLEN.
,       POfclCE COMMISSIONERS'.
JOHN ItEEN A. W. WRlGHT
G. 0. BUCHANAN.
CHIEF   OF   POLICE;     A. M. WIIITELEY
poi-iii:  magistrate:   a. w. wright
uOesse COMMITTEE!
JOHN   KKiiN A. Wfj WRIGHT
,1. L. RETALLACK.
SCHOOL trustees:
A. 4\V. GOODENOUGH   '      A. W. WRIGHT
HUGH    INGRAM.
INO.aHAYES,
*+        NOTARY PUBLIC.
Estate and Commission Broker.
Loans Negotiated.
Fourth street, .... Kaslo, B. C.
;.   ,       FOR RENT:
Upper story in Moore b'ld'g, cor;
A ave. & 4th st.���5 rooms
4-roomed House, C ave"
Large office, 4th street.
Furnished and unfurnished Rooms.
FOR SALE:
Store Building and  Lot,   a Snap,
easy terms, must be sold  at once.
Established Saloon   Business.
JNO. C.fHAYESI
By Auction,
AU the right, title and   interest
of the firm of
Wm. McEACHREN & CO.
In the
Books, Stationery and
news-dealers;
All the Latest Leading Papers and
periodicals kept in stock.
^���""Orders by mail promptly
. attended to.,
Front St., KASLO, B\ ti.
Building and its Contents,
Will be offered for sale by   Public
.    Auction on THURSDAY the
1st -1- August
. ,., 1^95 at  4oclockP. M.,
Unless in the meantime the same
shall be sold by priyate sal?.
The sale will be conducted upon
the premises, and the building ahd
contents will be offered en bloc.
The terms will be One-half Cash,
and the balance in three months.
Security will be required for the
deferred payment,
G. 0. BUCHANAN,
Assignee,
Estate McEachren it Co.
For Sale or Exchange*
90 LdtSi Block 45.      Lot 209.
Original Kaslo City Townsite*
AND OTHER KASLO PROPERTIES.
gi^Will Exchange for Mines and Gbbb Mines, Too.
WILSON & HOOPER^
Auctioneers, Commission and Real Estate,
Metropolitan Club Building, VANCOUVER, B.C.
NO DIANOND DRILL
CAN BORE THROUGH
My Bed Rock Prices
Which have been Adjusted to Shit Everybody;
CLOTHING, Gent's Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes.	
Blankets and Quilts, &c, &c.
Geo, Pettit.���Cheap Cash store
FRONT St.,    between Third and Fourth Sts.,    KASLO, B.C."
$B'mqermWmw-   s. s. alberta.   -,
Mon., Wed., Sat. 1 Thursday. I Tues., Fri
Leave Kaslo for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay and Nelson 8 a. m 1 ��a.m.   ... 8 a. m
Leave Nelson for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo  Sp.m | ��� 8 p.m. | ... 6 p. m
 t pi
trains of the C. P. R. at Nelson.   The above schedule Is in effect 16 Ma;
to change,        Jas. Wavjgh, Purser
Close connection ts thus made between Lake points and all incoming and outgoing
��� '   '  '     "iotie May 1895, subject .
Geo. F. Hayward, Master.
W. Perdue, Nelson. P. Burns, Calgary]
Perdue & Burns,
Wholesale & Retail Butchers.
Are prepared to supply every town, mining camp and mine in'
 South Kootenay with beef, mutton, veal, pork, and sausagej1
"also, with side and breakfast bacon   and sUgar-curea   and
��� smoked hams.      OrderB by mail carefully filled and promptly'
��� forwarded.        i ���, i til ��� ���  ��� ���
NELSON.
KASLO'.
THREE FORKS.
Noble 5 Bath House
.     . Vii, k, G,
and Laundry
First-class Accommodations. Open DaV and Night,
corner of 3rd & c, near kaslo cheek.
THE KASLO DRUG CO.,
CARRY A FULL LINE OF
WALL PAPER
With their complete stock of  ���
DRUG'S, M-E-D-PCTN-ES, TO IL-ET ART I-CL-ES, -Etc.
j. W. Livers, M'gr.
ft, StftAtHERN
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing jeweler.
BOWEN HOUSE
SLOCAN LAKE.      .;
Str."W. Hunter'*
CAPT. ESTABROOKS, MASTER.
Leaves New Denver daily
for all points on Slocan
Lake.,
(sUNDA* EXCEPTED.)
liloou Maj & MiiXm Conway.
Largest and Best Hotel.
Rates *1.50 to $2.00 per day.    .
ALWAYS REGISTER at the BOWEN HOUSE.
three forks.
AU Fine Work Finished
in au artistic uftnuar,
tiki I
D
R. A. S. MARSHALL,
KAUtO", ft. C
Dentist.
All work gilnranteedt
Teitaee
Sing
On the Upper Terrace,
THRE^ FORKS, B. C. \
i , ..-tyiiit, Clean and Comforliiili Room by Say, WifootKotti.   .
Beautiful View. Reasonable *.������<*
Mrs. A. J. Becker*
mmtmM^^^mmmmm ^p
awateawn
Aa ihe "Outrage" Seea Him.
There iB a newspaper man in the
Kootenay country who never talks,
hot even through his hat. If you
xlesire to know what this great man
thinks you must buy his paper;
���even then you can't tell what he
thinks for his columns are mostly
made up of the famous speeches of
Abraham Lincoln, Greely, and
'others, and when he has room he
crowds in a few locals or a "send
'off" to some obscure mining property he is interested in. And the
people in his town look to this man
with a feeling of veneration and
:iwe. He strides along the street
looking neither to the right nor
left, with headl bowed and hands
behind hie back; one man will say,
"Ah, that's a great man, always
thinking." Another adds, "He's
going to attack someone in the
next issue of his paper; maybe the
government will .catch   it-"   And
the word goeB 'round that H h
will give someone  hr    in   his
paper, and the people^ buy it and
Jook eagerly over/ it, but find
nothing out of the ordinary; the
'same old varns about the farm life
'of the Marquis of Queensbury, br
'the quaint sayings of the Japanese
" emperor. He lives by keeping his
jmouth shut and thinking���with
nis feet.���Spokane Outburst.
Sufficient   Groundv
Peter Bundy, who has been married only two weeks, has left hig
'wife, Bundy is a little man, and
his wife weighs 240 pounds, and
Was the relict of the late Seth
Potts. About ten days after marriage Bundy was surprised, on
^wakening in the morning, to find
his better-half sitting up in bed,
'crying as if her heart would break.
Astonished, he asked the cause of
her sorrow, but, receiving no reply,
Jhe began to surmise that there
must be some secret on  her bind
'Great Northern
...Rail-waY....
Tho Short Fast Scenic Route,
��� f to .
Seattle, Victoria,
Vancouver ��fe Puget
Sound, and all Paci-
fic Coast Points, St.
Paul, Chicago and Points Beyond
Modern Equipment.   Rock-ballast
  Road-bed.
Attractive tours via Duluth and the Great
I Lakes in connection with exclusively passenger boats ol Northern S. 8. Co.
.1
Direct connection via Nelson & Fort Sheppard
railway at Spokane; and via C. & K. S. N Co.
at Bonner's Ferry	
' feor maps, tickets, and complete information
(Call on Agents C. & K. 8. Nav. Co ; N. & F. S. r'y
t>R  C.G.DltoNiGen. Agent, Spokane, Wash.,
. F.I, Whitney, G.P.&T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
<  F. T. Abbott, Travelling Freight & Passenger
Agent, Spokane, Wash.
t. & K. S. N. Co.,
Limited.
timb table no. 7.
In effect Monday, April 29,1995.
1       KaBlo route���Str. Nelson.
J.V. NKMON. hy, KASLO
 Monday 4 a.m.
6'40 p.m Tuesday    	
4 p. m Wednesday ... .4 a. m.
5-40 p.m..,, Thursday 8 ��. m.
������ Friday 4 a.m.
���5'40 p.m,... Saturday	
Connecting on Tuescays, Thursdays and Satiir-
���lavs with N&FSrauway for kaslo andjake
���'. ,,,s' a Connecting on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with N & F 8 r'Jr ffr Spokane.
Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay
r'y at Nelson for points north k south.
Bonner's Ferry route���Str. Nelson
Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry Mondays and
Fridays at 8:30 a. m.
Leaves Kltslo for Bonner's Ferry Mondays and
Fridays at 4 a, ro.
Leaves Bonner's Ferry for Pilot Bay, Nelson.
,       Ainsworth and Kaslo on Tuesdays and
Saturdays at '2. a. ni.
Connects with east- and west-bound trains on
the Great Northern Railway, u
Revelstoke, route���Str. Lytton.
Leaves ReveletokB, southbound, Tuesdays and
i     Fridays at 1 a. m. for.all nuints In West
; Kootenay and the South.
Leaves Robson, mirfchhound, V.ednesdays and
Saturday* at 8 p. ni. lor all points east.and west
via the C. P. R.f C
Northport route���St*. Lvfton.^
Leaves   Northport,  northbound,  Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 1 p. m.
Leaves Robson,   southbound, Tuesdays and
Fridays at 6 p. m. .
stages run, In connection with steamer, from
Trail creek Landing to Rossland,
which she withheld from him, and
which was the cause of her anguish, Bo he remarked to Mrs. B.
that as they were married she
ought to tell him the cause of her
grief so that, if possible, he might
lessen it. After considerable coaxing, he elicited the following from
her���"Last night I dreamed I was
single, and as I walked through a
well lighted street I came to a shop
where a sign in front advertised
husbands for sale. Thinking it
curious, I entered, and ranged
along the wall on either side were
men with prices affixed to them���
such beautiful men���some for one
thousand dollars, some for five
hundred dollars, and sb on to one
hundred and fifty dollars. And,
aB I had not that amount, I could
not purchase." Thinking to con-
Bole her, B. placed his arm lovingly
around her, and asked, "And did
you see any men like me there?"
"Oh yes," she replied, "lots like
you; they were tied up in bunches
like asparagus, and sold for ten
cents per bunch." Bundy got up
and went to ask his lawyer if he
had sufficient ground for a divorce'.
���Idaho Avalanche.
The B.C. Restaurant Continues Catering
To the wants of an appreciative public. If you wish to dine and be pleased, hereafter try the B. C. for
a change. We serve a nice dinner every day at 85 cents. If you want a good Bteak properly cooked
or if you want anything first-class in the restaurant line we can suit you. Our place has the distinction
of being the only First-class Restaurant in   aslo.
Your patronage is solicited and the same will be appreciated by us.
Fortin & Stauffer*
DEALERS IN A
General   Merchandise,
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Jy ,ft.^  ^   *
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SPECIALTIES,
Groceries
Hardware
Gents Furnishings
Boots & Shoes
CROCKERY
Miners' Supplies.
Get Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
(Branch at Three Forks.)
John B, Wilson, . . , Kaslo
The Kootenay Lake Saw-Mill.
kaslo, b. c.
G.O.Buchanan, Proprietor.
Lumber, Rough and Dressed.
Laths and Shingles, the best in the country.
Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Brackets, Balusters, &c.', &c, on hand
in abundance, and made to order.
April, 1895.
Jas. Chisholm,
General Groceries.
FRUtTS AND CONFECTIONERY ALWAYS ON HAND.
This space
for the
The company reserves the right to change
!hls KcheMMQ';ii*Kiy>time without notice.   '.
For full in^irma'ton aB to tickets, rates, etc.
ipnly at, the company's offices, Nelson, B. C
T?VJ'*K, J. W, ���-���'--
CHAS. LUNDTiERG,
Star   M/
-?K Hotel,
Rate, $1.50 to $2.00 per day.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
���SANDON, B. C���
\j ANADIAN _P ACIFIC j^,
AIL-
WAY
REVELSTOkE    TIME   TABLE.
Atlantic E?priBS|S arrives 10:10 dally.
Pacific " "       lTI'i      "
Cheapest, hiost reliable ami safe route to Montreal, Toronto, St. Psul, Chicago, New i'ovk and
Boston. Rates f3 to $10 lower than aliy other
route.
Specially fitted Colonist ears, In charge of a
porter, for the aceouiinoilnlion of passengers
holding second-class tickets.
Passengers booked to and from all European
points at lowest rates.
Northern
Pacific R, Ri
Runs
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
To
St. Paul, Minneapolis Duluth,
Fargo, Grand Forks, Crookstonj
Winnipeg;
Helena and Butte!
I
Low freight rates. Quick despa'ch. Merchants rnnnm-nir iMi!i'i-TO
will save money by having their freight routed , 1IIKU U u rl i J t K Jli 1 o
via the C. P. R.
Full and reliable Information given bv apply-    "o
ing to , .    ...
GEO. McL. BROWN, I. T. BREWSTER,
Asst. Gen. passenger agent,       Loral agent,
Vancouver.        Reyclstoko.
Spokane Falls
& NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Pert 8hspp��d Railvay.
Chicago, Wnehinjilon,
Philadelphia,   New York,
Boston and all Point's  east,   \\es%
and south.
ki\ rail ii mmi m
Daily    [except   Sunday]   between
Spokane and Northport.
Tri-Weekly between Northport and
Nelson.
L've 8'43 a. in. KELSON- Arr. IS-SB p. in.
ON Mon.'s Wedncs.'s and Fri's trains will run
through to Spokane, arriving there same
day. Returning will leave Spokane at 7
a. m. on Tues's Thurs's andSatur'a, arriving at
Nelson at 5:25 p.m. same day, making ilose connections with steamer Nelson f r*1 fj tcnay
lake points.
Passengers for ws River and Boundary
Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays aud Fridays.
Passengers for Trail Creek mines connect at
Northport with stage Daily.
TIME SCHEDULE.
For information, time cards, mapH
and tickets, call on or write
H. G. Stimmel, T. P. agent,
Nelson, B. C.
F. D. Gibbb, General agentt
Spokane, Wash'.
or A. D. Charltos,
asst. Gen. Pass, agent,
Portland, Oregon.
Hetiretiiryi
Tiiouiy
Manager,
-Kootenay Land Compafi^ AMONG THE HIGH aVd MIGHTY.
\bo Pence Still Stand* and the Government on It.
Ottawa, July 8.���Foster   in   the
House this afternoon said it   was
'decided not to ask Parliament during the present session to deal with
remedial legislation and   a  communication will be sent immediately to Manitoba with a view to
;ascertaining if that government is
"willing to make satisfactory settlement.   A session of   the  present
Parliament, said Foster,   will* be
'called   not  later  that   the   first
'Thursday in January, and if up to
'that time Manitoba has not made
'a satisfactory settlement  the   Dominion Government wPl  he  pre-
" pared to introduce and press to a
' conclusion such legislation as will
: afford an adequate measure of relief to the minority, based on  the
lines   of    the  judgement  of  the
��� judicial   committee   and   of  the
remedial order of May, 1895.
Rumor has  it  that  the  three
French Ministers, Ouimet, Caron
:and   Angers,  have  resigned,   the
'Government's decision  not  being
���' satisfactory to them,
Ottawa,   July  9.���Immediately
���' after the House opened this afternoon the galleries were packed  to
1 the doors.   Hon. Mr. Laurier rose
' and asked if it was true that three
ministers had resigned.   Hon. Mr.
'Foster   replied  that  he  had  no
' authority from His Excellency to
make a statement  to  the  House
' other than   that  no   resignations
hhad yet been received by him. Mr.
Laurier said this  reply   was   not
* satisfactory to the House. It was
clear that something  was  wrong,
' otherwise the ministers would be
in  their  places,     Evidently  the
' Government were attempting to
govern with a great province unrepresented in the Cabinet. This
was contrary to constitutional
usage.   He moved that the House
: adjourn until the Government settle its differences. Mr. Foster replied that Mr. Laurier was basing
his observations on mere newspaper rumor. At the proper time he
would make a statement in the
House.   After    Mr.    Mills    had
' spoken, Sir Hector Langevin said
he could not vote want  of  confi-
' dence in the Government until he
had heard the statement of the
Leader of the House and -found it
not    satisfactory.    Mr.    Dupont
' spoke to the same effect, The
House divided on Laurier's motion,
which was defeated by 111 to 72.
Mr. Lepine was the only conservative who voted lor it.
Alstrom's
Restaurant.
MEALS Af ALL HOURSi
Give Me a Call. 4th St.
Frank Alstrom.
Pack and Saddle
HORSES at DAVIE
���"���for the-,���
WBXTE ME MhRABL
Rates Reasonable.
HAILEY & LATHAM
"I NEVER SLEEP;"
ComiqUe Cafe.
.it,. ���'..      i...
Open fiiy id Mi,
The Only Place in kaslo
Where Hot Liinches are
Served all Night	
& C. ROSS, Prop.
NOTICE.
ERECTION OF BRICK CHIMNEYS.
The following resolution was passed by the
Municipal Council of the City of Kaslo on
Saturday, July 6th, 1895:
That in consequence of there being no bricks
in the town at present, and the fact that there
will be an ample supply of home made bricks
in a few days, be ft resolved that the time
specified in the Fire By-Law be extended for
the compulsory erection of brick chimneys un'
til the 15th day of August. 1895.
W. Russell Allen,
C.M.C.
LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
the date hereof I shall apply to tho Board of
License Commissioners for the Corporation of
the City of Kaslo for a license'to self spirituous
and fermented liquors, by retail, on the
premises situate on Lot 48 in Block 9 dti the
corner of Fourth street and A avenue In the
City of Kaslo being the premises known as the
"Sideboard" saloon.
Dated the 10th July A, D. 1895.    W. Hanson.
Wood Working
MACHINERY ��
m sue st mm,
0VIn First-Class condition���
has only been used a short time.
28 lengths leather belting, 2,8, % 4,5 A �� inch.
1 saw, Swedge.        Glove valves, I4,%4t2\4 "
1 Dado head. sticker * planer knives.
Set of tenon and grooving saws.
1 emery wheel 9x%.     i corner block cutters.
Hand tightners. Bench screws.
Circular saw clamps.      A quantity of bolts.
1 split pulley 28x10.
1 Dodge  " 28x11.
2 snatch blocks.
1 iron pulley ltalOJf,
1 built  "  20x12.
1    "    "   22x12.
1    "    "   20x10}$.
M*^12 circular raws from 6 to 20 Inches.'
1 shaper and countershaft, Carft Bros- Oo.
1 Buzz Planer and countershaft, Cowan & Co.
1 cutoff saw, Cowan & Co,
1 wood frame sash sticker,   ''     "
1 combination saw table, Cant, Gomlaz & Go.
80 feet st��*l shafting,.^ inch.
2 Shaft couplers.
1 saw arbor and countershaft.
4 Hangers,   20 inch drop,
1 Lathe and frame   complete;
Write for Particulars.
Wilson & Hooper
AuctibrK&rB,   Commission
and Real Estate.
���Metropolitan Club Building,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
h. giegerich;
G
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Supplies for Mines,
Choice Groceries,
_^^mm^ '���     '   V '
|5s��p Table Delicacies.
PROSPECTORS' OUTFITS.
Boots &
KASLO.
AINSWORTH.
3 FORKS.
Theatre Gomique, Kaslo, B.C.
J. S. Holland  .Proprietor and Manager.
J. J; Belladeau Stage Manager....	
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND with a
FIRST CLASS VAUDAVILLE COMPANY
 Dramatic, Burlesque and
Doors open, 7 o'clock.      Performance coihmehcfesi 6)80:
Admission:   FREE.   FREE,
Week begining Monday, July 22, grand production of the . One-Ac'
Conedy "LOAtf ME YOUR WIFE." Reappearance ol the Addis
Sisters.   First appearance of Lillie Andrews,   j
GO TO THE
Idaho Restaiftant
Foi* a  Fifet-ClasS Meal.
Open Day and  -&*| Nigfht;   |$$
Meals 25 cts. and up.
CHAS. SCHEEL
FRASER^CHALMERS,
CHICAGO, 111., Ui S. Ai
a- "   *.>
Makers of Mining
m
BOOTS & SHOES,
A Large Lot of Shoes just Received.
T.A.
FRONT ST.,
9 KASLO;
The
KASLO TRANSPORTATION CO.
run* * cjmukm. mum*
Concentrators*   Stamp Mills,
VANNERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, AIR COMPRESSORS, ENGINES,... i
.,  .BOILERS.     MINE SUPPLIES.       PERFORATED   METALS
Send for Catalogue Ai
Has
Good Saddle Horses to Let.
And  Runs
eS    BETWEEN kABLO AND THREE FORKS
.Stables at Kasio and Three Forks.
:: >
A: J: SCOTT,   Manager;
Adams  Hotel, ���um
k Fint-Clasi Hotel at Rmonable Un, 3 Squre Heals lor ��� L
Our Guests have always had Something Good to Eat and Comfortably
Rooms.       The only hotel in the city whose  management
never   closed its Dining Room.       We are here to stay.
Your Patronage Solicited:
WELL-STOCKED SIDEBOARD.
Hoping to see You,
Adams & Cummings, Propr's.
Board and Lodging $1.00 a day
������AT THE ���
Pacific Hotel.
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE ROOMS.
ttiL*      I**    * % E. TEEELLL ift
THREE FORKS, B. C���
N. D. MooRE, Pres.
R. McFerran, Sec't'y
The Slocan Store Co. (Ltd.)
bDca2KSSS �� ^-Concentrator
BRANCH AT SANDON1.
Prices Down ho MX Can reach 'em
%��   Lelano! Hotel
KASLO, B. C\
|s Prepared tp take care of the?Traveling^,Public and
Treat them as Well as any Hotel in Wt*t ootenay'.
Rates Reasonable.
James Delaney, Managed

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