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The Ledge Jul 25, 1895

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 VV'.  \\  1'L  ������)4-<4i"*. *  <��� :-*   v     ^  ^^CTORlAt fe^  ft,. H-V-  /O  //?  y  ��.x  ,"��� ,:  3    />���-!���    .-.-  ,"  ���^fffifiJiniiiifpfifi^  In Time the  Siocan Coun* =  try Will   be   the Great ;j|  Silver Camp on Mother s  'Earth.. .-.                     .       ' . =  i^lllllillilUilll!lllllliilil!{IiIII]ilil!llllllll#  ^5ltl!ll!!!!l!lill!ill!!|!!,^-  j  Job Printing- at This Office  == at Prices In Harmony  E With    the   ne?anchoiy  �����*..������;       Condition of Silver.  %ll![||lillllliililllillilllllllllllllllilliilUII^  Vol. II. No. 43.  NEW DENVER, B.C, JULY 25, 1S95.  Price |2.00 a Year.  MINING EXCITEMENT.  Caused by tho Extraordinary Discoyerics  on Springer Creek.  Not since the big Finnell strike of  last fall has New Denver been so excited as during- this week. The excitement has been caused by the innumerable rich  discoveries reported  from Springer creek. This stream  empties into the lake at Slocan City,  and into it are running* a number of  smaller creeks,, which have been,  given names of prospectors of the  camp. Along' the banks of all these  ���locations have, been made, the principal ones being within a small radius and not more than seven miles  from the lake.  Springer creek was looked at in  1801, but no attention^ was paid to it  till last fall. This season opened up  with some good assays, the first, being  the Nancy Hanks, with 218 oz. silver  and $8 in gold. This is put out ol"  sight by -subsequent discoveries, till  now the whole country is talking.  All the claims,-and there are close to  100 of them, carry gold besides silver.  As high as $314 has been obtained  and upwards of 3,030 oz. in silver.  Dry and wet Ore have both been discovered on the creek, and the native  and leaf silver on some of the properties is truly astonishing. Lemon,  Twelve, Ten, STid Eight Mile creeks  haye also shown\some splendid ore  from new strikes of late.  On Springer-creek- the most imposing showing is on the Arlington,owned by Fielding and Cooper. This  property was located last fall and it  is developing into a beauty. They  have eight feet of a ledge IU feet from,  the surface. The ore runs in streaks,  while scattered through the rock on  the dump-and in the full breast of the  ledge is fully $1,0JO worth of native  sil ver. Montana men are after the  property. The boys want $50,000 for  the claim and it is worth every cent  bf-it./-'-"'' .'"T--''.,  Adjoining the"-Arlington are the  Silver Leaf and Portland, owned by  Thompson, Tucker; Martin and Long.  These have the same ledge and are  good properties. On the Silver Leaf  a boulder has been found, weighing  fully 1,200 pounds. These boys came  in Monday night to record a new discovery, which is a whale, and knocks  the wr:ole series of finds into a cocked  hat. Long made the strike on ground  adjoining the Portland. It has been  staked and named the Lillie B. It is  a huge body of galena, of unknown  width and was located on Friday.  The vein parallels that of the Arlington and runs southwest and northeast.  A' chun k of ore weighing 25 pounds  was broken .'from the ledge and is now  on exhibition here, thereby adding  much to the general excitement. J.  Fred Hume, M.P.P., j. Gibson, and  a representative of Montana capral  have taken out samples for display.  An assay on the ore Tuesday showed  1,548 oz. of silver. Thelxrys go down  on Monday to thoroughly .work the  property.'  Harry Sheran, on Monday, received  an assay of 1,487 oz. of silver and  $140 in gold from the Meteor, a claim  owned by him on the divide between  Springer and Lemon creeks. Tlie  ledge is 14 inches wide arid carries a  large percentage of native silver.  The I X L on Robinson creek has a  well-defined ledge, traceable for a  long distance. The ore is full of black  crystals, giving an assay of 774 ozvin  silver and $105 in gold. Clark and  Robinson have an adjoining claim on  the same lead.  C. Faas has made a couple of very  promising locations, in one of which  native silver cropped to the surface.  It is in good-sized leaves, hanging to  the ledge matter.  T.Mulvey made another strike two  ���veeks ago'and named it the Ottawa.  It is a bird of-a proposition.  C. Murphy and his partners have  staked out a couple of claims adjoining the Ottawa, and with equally  good showings.. R. M. Marpole and  other C.P.R. officials are seeking interests.  W. Springer has come in from an  inspection of Lemon and Springer  creeks, and he was astonished at the  showings. He has gone to Trail  creek to tell of what he saw and turn  capital this way.  Numerous enquiries about the big  strikes are coming in from the outside  camps.  The mineral showings on the creek  are more extensive than anything  ever seen in the Slocan.  The boys are" petitioning the Government for a' trail, to run up as far  as the-Arlington.  Enterprising outsiders are staking  out a townsite on the creek, close up  to the mines.  The claims mentioned. are but a  few, and there are scores of others  above average richness, but enough  has been said to give an idea of the  great .importance of the Springer  creek discoveries. New Denver feels  batter today than for some time past.  Helps Out Kootenay.  Hon. Mr. Foster's smelting bill,  which affects ���-���British- Columbia, has  been changed, on the motion of Mr.  Mara, to inrlude the silver and copper  ores of Toad mountain/ and/ the gold  of Trail creek. It was read a -third  time Thursday and passed  Attracted by Springer.  0. D. Hoar, Of Denver, Col., who  has had headquarters at Revelstoke  for the past two years as the representative of foreign capital operating  in the Lardeau country, was, among  Sunday's arrivals. He is now operating for C.P.R. capital,and has been  attracted here by the discoveries  down the lake. He will spend two  months prospecting and exploiting  the country between Springer creek  and Nelson. In this he will be assisted by a party of three, among  whom '-will be Eli Carpenter. Mr.  Hoar will spend the winter here if he  can get on to some good properties, #s  development would follow. Outside  attention is being attracted hither, he  says, and it will not be long before  ca'pital finds a lodgment among the  claims down the lake.  Recent assays from Cariboo creek  go as high as $105 in gold.  C. P. R. OFFICIALS  Inspect the Various Camps in the Koote��  , nay. District. ,  Kootenay has just been visicM by  a party of C.P.R. officials, comprising  T. G.  Shaugbnessy, vice president;  H. Abbott,   superintendent of Pacific  division; R.   M.   Marpole,   assistant  superintendent; H. X Cambie, chief  engineer; P. A. Peterson, Montreal,  engineer. The party went first to  Trail creek and spent some time  there looking over the camp. A gang  of surveyors is now in the.field running lines for an extension of the  railway 'from Robson to Rossland.  Thence the party journeyed to  Nelson, Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and  Kaslo, paying marked attention to  everything to be seen and heard.  From Kaslo they kept an eye on the  K. & S. R. grade to Three Forks. A  short visit was then made to Sandon  over the route of the proposed branch  of the N. & S. R. Late Saturday afternoon they journeyed by rail to  Nakusp to catch the up river boat,  and there they were met by George  McL. Brown, ' the district passenger  agent.  Whether or not the Sandon extension will be built, this fall is a doubt-  fulquestion. In order to head off the  Kaslo road, the officials talked over  the advisability of buying out that  undertaking, and this may be done  later on. The link to conr ec't between  here and Slocan Crossing will, however, so they said, be built inside of  two years, as the discoveries down  the lake have made that step necessary. Doubtful also is the finishing  of the Arrow lake road from the Wigwam to the head of the lake. The  fact of the whole matter is that the  company appears to be cramped for  cash.  Discussion ensued among the ra em -  bers of the party as to the probable  site of the smelting works to' be  erected by t h e Kansas City Sin el tin g  Co. Allf agreed that they would  eclipse anything of the kind in Canada, and wherever located there  wjuld the chief town of this end of  the district be. Revelstoke and Nakusp were the points/spoken of as the  probable ,site, with the Odds in favor  of the latter. The visit of the party  cannot be said to have resulted in  much tangible benefit.  Successful Excursion.  The band boys' excursion and picnic Thursday to the foot of the lake  were a success. Fair weather favored the trip until late in the afternoon,  but it cleared up again for the homecoming. There was a goodly company on board, some having come  from Three Forks, and an excellent  time was spent, dancing being indulged in on the scow. At Slocan  City Mayor Whittaker and tlie alder-  manic board welcomed the party and  looked after them in good sty 1 e.  J. Buckley and W, R. Will returned Sunday from Trail creek  it is given out that Sir Wm. Van  Home will visit the Slocan country in  September next.  MINING NOTES,  Happenings    of   Interest   Among:   tlie  Treasure Vaults.  Montana money is beginning to  operate in the Lardeau.  One hundred men are employed in  the Cariboo creek camp.  More than 200 men have joined  the Trail creek miners' union.  Upwards of 1,200 locations have  been recorded at Rossland this season.  A chute of ore has been struck on  thc Columbia, Trail, which shows  ��83:20 iii gold.  Cariboo creek is excited over some  promising galena locations made  during the week.  Several strikes of galena are le-  ported from the neighborhood of Cape  Horn, on Arrow lake.  The Cliff, on Trail creek, is developing a streak of, ore which assays as  high as $121.60 in gold.  Porter Bros, are seeking investments on Ten Mile creek. They admire the Enterprise group.,  An eight-inch streak, close to the  foot Avail on the L H, has given an  assay of 1,(JOS, oz. silver and $6 gold.  Eli Carpenter is prospecting back of  the Arrow lake Hot Springs for a big  ledge, float from which gave 700 oz.  of sil ver. '    ''  Capitalists from Montana have their  eyes on the Arlington, thc Springer  creek bonanza. Cooper and Fielding  ask $50, COO for it.  Montana men have been looking at  some copper-bearing properties on the  north fork of Carpenter creek,"in  which J. WetherelI is interested.  Supt. Marpole and others are obtaining a foothold on Springer creek,  through C. Murphy and his partners,  who made such good strikes last  .week./- ' v - '/��� / ./���/ ',..'/  The Golden Eagle, Ora Granda,  Promestora, and War Eagle, Oil Cariboo creek, are looking away up.  The latter has a ledge fully 19 feet in  width.  Seven men are working on the  placer ground, at Trout lake, owned  by the C.& K. Mining Co.' Their  quartz claims have been leased to a  Vancouver party.  J. D. Graham has been gazetted  gold commissioner for the Revelstoke,  Illecillewaet, Lardeau, and Trout  lake mining divisions. Cape. Fitz-  stubbs gets the remainder of the dis*��.  trict.  A new camp has been started be-  _ rceii Sheep and Lost creeks, close  to Salmon Siding. Many promising  clakxs have been located. The N.  & Ft. S. R. is putting in a good, wagon  road.  Tuesday broke the record at the  Government office for the recording  of mineral claims, 18 in all having  been booked. This is one '"move than  on any day since the office opened.  Seventeen of these were on Springer  creek.  t\v ���Pas&"2.-  THE LEDGE.  Published every Thursday. ���;;  J  R.     T.    LOWERY,    EDITOR   AND  .���*���������   FINANCIEU.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ���:'-  ON'K VKAH '....���;:���;���:..........:.... -........". .$2.00:  Transient Advertising, 25 cents per line first insertion. 10. cents per line subsequent insertions,  nonpareil measurement'; *-  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 th<; rest.  THURSDAY", JJLY 25, 1895.  aJ read y good outputtihg �� mines, will  have its share with other sections of  British: Columbia; Our localityv with  its marvelous mineral deposits, cannot but attract British Australian and  American capitalists. We wish to  state that only which is correct, ahtl  purpose that all information furnished  by us shall be reliable and such as  we can verify.   Thanking you for  your   valuable  truly,     V  space, I  am, yours  W.J. HOLDEN.  Use ami Help the Press.  The prospector is very energetic  this summer, and the year promises  to be one of the most famous in thc  history of rich' discoveries of mineral  in more than one section of. British  Columbia-  Money is the-, greatest force in the  world today. It is worshipped more  than anything else, and if .you have  dollars numerous enough you can do  almost anything, from getting a bed  in Rossland to buying an annual interest in this journal.  Business is still good in Rossland,  although before very long many  branches will be overdone, as is always the ca:;e when one town is lively and others dull. About the only-  business that is not flourishing there  at present is that of the gravedigger.  The cemetery has had only cue customer up to date, owing to the fact that  most of the citizens have no time to  pass in their checks.  A miner's union has been formed at  Rossland. It is a $3 camp and young.  Perhaps it would "be as well to wait  until the many prospects look more  like mines before a scale of wages is  set by the miners. If the mines turn  out as is expected, the owners can  well afford to pay ��4 a day. If they  do not ��3 pfar day is plenty to pay,  and is much better than to have the  mines closed down and the'men idle-  Agitators, ea*er for power and money,  are always to be found in every  camp, and the hard-working miner  will do well to. protect himself  against that class, as well as capital.  Editor of Ledge:  ' Sir, ���We all know,or should know,  the value of .the press. It yields a  might influence, calculated to advance the interest .or retard the  growth of any place.' Which is it to  bo ? Let us awaken to the fact that  a bright future is *in store 3fbr New  Denver and the Slocan Take district  and vicinity; that, we may early and  quickly realize it if we faithfully and  honestly advocate and present our  claims. .The mineral resources of the  Slocan, as based upon the, many and  varied discoveries made this spring  and summer and from the high assays obtained, are beyond anything  yet uncovered or reported in the  province..  Let the interested parties get these  discoveries published, and let the  world know of our. mineral wealth.  Wo are,proud of New Denver. It is  beautifully, situated on Slocan lake,  commanding a fine view of the glacier and surrounding mountain seen  ery. It is a most desirable townsite,  the equal of-which is hard to find in  any country,' and undoubtedly will  soon become the metropolis of .West!  Kootenay, situated as it is iii the  heart of a rich mineral belt. . * /  . In assisting, the. press to proclaim  these facts we help ourselves. Life is  too short to befooling it away, and as  capital is coming let us awaken to a  full sense of our duty to one another  and.the town in which we live. Let  us pull' together and do all that we  can to further the interests of New  Denver., By so doing we shall-better  ourselves, and be. carrying out the  golden rule: "Do unto others as you  would have them do by you." United  we stand, divided wefaii; - - ���  A WELLW1SHER.  New Denver. B. G.,  J J; A S In- stock-M jllhiery, Hosiery, Ladies' Under.-  IT ' wear. Dress Goods, etc,  A larace quantity of/House Lining at very low  prices. -    ,'  Gall and inspect the Stock.  till  S.S.:  66  H  sioia  Nelson & Fort Sheppard  RAILWAY.  t EAVES, Kaslo for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, and  Ju Neliouon Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 8 a mi Tntu'sdays, at 9 a ni:-'Tuesday j and  Fridays, at 8 a in  ���Leaves Nelson for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth rand  Kaslo on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays, at o �� m; Tuesdays and Fridays at'.' pm  'Close connection is thus made between h\ke  points and all incoming and outgoing trains of tlie  C P li nt Nelson. -;  -. The steamer is newly equipped iu every particular, is lit throughout by electricity, and contain? a  bathroom and all modern conveniences for the'  comfort oi passengers.  The above schedule is jn effect May 16,1895, subject to change.  J \S., WAUGH,      GEO. P. HAY WARD,  Purser.1' ��� Master  A1AJT   RAIL    ROUTE-' TO     SPOKANE  Tlicfonly through route from Xeison /"Kaslo.'  Kootenay J .dike and all Slocan  Points .  Daily   (Except   Sunday)    Between  Spokane and Northport.  Tri-WeeklVj Between Northport and  Nelson.  TliMHJ   CARD.  IN EFFECT AP3SL 5TH   1895.  Leave 8:-i3 a.m.  ,SON.  Arrive 5:25 p.m  NAKUSP  TRA IN .LEAVES  -   ��� rilREE FORKS  Mondays at 8 o'clock  Tuesdays at 13     "  Fridays "  ' Mondays at 13 o'clock  Wednesdays at 9   "  Saturdays    ,    "  Close connection made with the Columbia rlver  boats for all points north and south.  This schedule is subject to change at any .time  without notice.  For further information ap"ply to  J. S. LAWRENCE.  Trainmaster  Nakusp, B. C '    ���  Mondays. Wednesdays. Fridays, trains will run  through to Sunkane,arriving"sameday. Returning  passengers will leave Spokane at 7 a.m. Tuesdays.  TlnirMays,Saturdays,arriving at Nelson at 5:25 p.  in., same day, making close connection with the  steamer Nelson for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake  points.  Passengers for Kettle River ' and < Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays  and Wednesdays, Thursdays and  Fridays,  Passengers for Trail Creek miues connect at  North-pore with  stage daily.'  Steam Nav. Co.,. Ltd.  .  '-TIME O-AulSilD DSTo. T.  In Effect on Monday, April 2% 1895.  REVELSTOKE ROUTE���STR. LYTTON.  Leaves Revelstoke, south bound, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 4 a.m., for all points in West Kootenay and the south.  Leaves Robson, north bound, on Wednesdays and  Saturdays, at 8 p.m., for all points east and  Avest, via thc C.P.R.  Tlie Quickest  NORTHPORT    ROUTE-STR.   LYTTON.  Leaves Northnort, north bound, on Wednesdays  and Saturdays, at 1 p.m. ��� *  Leaves Robson, south "bound, on Tuesdays Hand  Fridays, at '6 p.m.  Stages run b,\ connection with the steamer from  Trail Creek Landing to Rossland. ���  Statement Toned Down.  Editor of Ledge:  referring  Sir, ���In your las'* issue  to 'my trip and mission to the coast,  you make the statement that "Mr,  Ceperley emphatically stated that a  boom would shortly result upon bio-'  can hike," which, in itselt; may perhaps be somewhat misleading. Air.  Ceperly did not ma kc quite so distinct  an assertion. Y\7hen speaking of  Slocan lake, he referred to it in general terms, as having a brig-lit future  and doubtless would be an objective  point for capital.  He and all good business men know  that we are on the virge of a change,  find that shortly a boom will reach us  and be fully realized in this province;  conseorentlv the Slocan lake country  with its vast mineral ledges and the  Sr|  || EETS all C. & K, ' Steamers at  111    Trail for Rossland.  Baggage handled cheaply and safely. -Dominion Express route.  E. JOHNSON,  Proprietor  S  Steamer leaves Nakusp every Thursday and Sunday morning, making close connection at Revelstoke  with trains for all points East or  '.West. ��� ��� ���'���<���:  .,: KASLO,ROUTE���STR. NELSON. .  Leaves Nelson-for Kaslo, oh Tuesdays, at 5:40 p m;  , ��� Wednesdays, at 4 p nr, Thursdays, at 5:40 p m;  Saturdays, at 5:40 p m.. Connecting on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays' with N'& S F  Railway for Kaslo and lake points. ..'������';      '���. ���  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson on Mondays, at 4 a m;  Wednesdays, at 4 am; ThursdaySj.at 8a m;  'Fridays, at 4 a m. Connecting on Mondays,.  'Wednesdays, and Fridays with N &[?F,'S Railway for'Spokane. ' .  "  Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay  Railway at Nelson for points north and south.  Capt. Variderburg, Master.  T EAV/'ES Nakusp oil Tuesdays and Fridays, at  JU .7 a m, for Leon and Halcyon Hot Springs.  Kail's Landing, Wigwam and Revelstoke.  On Mondays and Thursdays the boat leaves Na  kusp for Burton City, at 7 am.  P.M. TINGLING" & Co  Before you travel get information from  C. P. R. Agents as to time and  rates. It will save you money.  Apply to nearest Rail way Agent  or to  District Passenger Agent,  "Vancouver  RONNER'S FERRY  ROUTE���STEAMER  ���     NELSON.  Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry on Mondays  and Fridays at 8:30 a m.  Leaves Kaslo for Bonner's Ferry on Mondays and  Fridays at 4 am. ���  Leaves  Bonner's Ferry for Pilot  Bay, Nelson,  Ainsworth and Kaslo, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at2 am..  Connects with oast and west bound trains on the-  Great Northern Railway.  v  . 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, Sec'yv  Nelson, B. C.  J. W. TROUP,  Manager Second Year *  THE LEDGE.  Page 3  >-���&  COSUR   D'ALENE NUGGETS  Prospected,   for tlie Benefit of Former  Residents of that Camp.  . .   WARDNER..;.' "'���'.���'  Many old timers are returning to  ''.town;'*. '���"*  On Thursday, Mrs. J.E.Braiiscombe  of a daughter. : , : :':;v'���:''���'"������  Mrs. C. F. Furbush, of Kellogg, on  Tuesday gave birth to a son.  Accompany of militia has been organized here with a roll call Of 150  members. ;���''."'7'������      ���.' *���  ��� '''.���..���,''��� ..:;\ /.-���*'������' ���  W. Haskins, of Wallace, and Mrs.  M. A. Lawrence,  of Portland,  were  married at Coeur d'Aleiie City on Fri-  _ 'day. v ������'"        ���'";.'.������'   ''.,"'"������ '���' --;v v-'/;' ������  Work is progressing at the Bunker  Hill & Sullivan. Fully 150 men are  employed and ' this force is to be  doubled. ^ -      .  A 'ranchman named Jacquot, while  ���' watering his horse at Silver creek,  Monday, was kicked in the left; c,leg  and severely injured.*        r  The Last Chance has resumed operations :an'd the works are being put  in repair. A full force of men is to  be put on, at wages similar to those  paid on the Bunker Hill.  Fire broke out Wednesday night at  12 o'clock ill the saloon building be -  longing:to Robert r Qheyue, and burped it to. jlie ground, .together with A.  Goettge's 'fruit and stationery store,  and Frank Mattait.'s saloon. Qheyne's  bu ild'ing has beei i vacant for-1he past  seven months. The fire was of incendiary origin. The loss was, Cheyne,  SI,000; Geoutge, $i,20J; Mattait, $1,-  200.  WALLACE.  A big camp meeting has been held  at Harrison.  The Windsor Hotel, at Mullan, is  being improved.  J. L. Bitts has moved his family  from Mullan to Gem.  The school census shows 260 pupils,  ah;increase of 2i over last:year.  :P. J.'Lucy' wasshot'in the shoulder  by.John Trfggs, in a barroom row at  Burke, on Saturday.  Alex. Pearson,' an old timer, died  at the Holland hospital, Thursday, of  ulceration of therbowels.  A.; J. Scofield and Miss I. V. Buckingham were married on Wednesday  evening, by Rev. Mr. Holworthy.  C. M. Whitlaw, secretary of the  Northwestern Samp] ing a lid Mill ing  Co., has gone on a two months' visit  to relatives in Ontario.  Tuesday evening Peter White was  thrown from his horse, at tlie corner  of Sixth and Bank streets. He died  from his injuries shortly after.  Monday night Policeman,. Frank  Rose jailed two men for burglarizing  Kosihinsky's liquor store. The men,  however, broke jail arid' escaped.  Adjutant General -Capwell was he /e  Tnurkiay, watching;  the celebration  of the anniversary of the strike. Had  trouble occurred ho would have pro  claimed martial law. >  The third anniversary of the great  strike was peacefully celebrated here  on Thursday, a. large crowd of peoi le  attending; from, the neighboring  camps. Over 600 men walked in the  procession, ._ :: ,,  ���Dealers.'-in.':  Pianos,   Organs,  Musicians'   Supplies, Sewing: Machines, and  Supplies.  SPOKANE, ���>. * - WASH.  New Denver, B. C.  0O,TS and Shoe.-? made to order. First-class  work. Imperial Calf for fine shoes. French  Goods specially adapted for Miners' and Prospectors' vise.   Goods warranted not to rip for one year  C. IRON WORKS, LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  Mining Machinery and Supplies.  General Machinery for Reduction Works.  Pipe Fittings, Belting, Oils, Etc., Etc.  Tram Lines Complete with Brakes,  Oars, Rails, and All Other Requisites  THE HAIROUTTER,  Three Forks, B. C.  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.  Application for. Liquor License.  rpiIE undersigned intend to apply to theStipcndi  JL   ary Magistrate of \Ve~A "Kootenay District, for  a licence to sell Liquor by retail- on their premises  in Sandon, known as tlie Kootenai House.  Dated at Sandon, June 20th .lS^o.  7��  Ir.  HAS the only. Billiard-and Pool Table in tho  Slocan. Choice lines of .Cigars, Tobaccos and  Fruit. c The Barber Shop in connection is the best  equipped in the District.  of Improvements.  ';;":->v.. <:;A'.t.;''������*���    notice.    ,  DE A Dm A 1ST Mineral Claim.--Situate in the Slocan  ...; mining: division of the West Kootenay Dis  trict, B. G.   .Where located: Between the Bonanza  Kim? and Texas, on north side of east fork of Carpenter'creek."       :..';''' ; ;.,;     ;   ;   >  '..���'������  Take notice that I, Charles E. Perry, as agent  for Robinson Morton Sherman, free.miner's certificate No.. 53,783. intend, 60 days "from the date here:  of, to'apply to'the Gold Commissioner for a certificate pf improvements' for the .purpose of obtaining  a Crown"grant to the above claim.,  And further, take notice that, adverse claims  must be sent to the Gold: Commissioner and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificate  of improvement*.  Dated this 30th dav of Mav. iSP,n.  C'H A RLE8 E. PERRY  L/JLrf  '���07. 503, 511 & 513 HASTINGS St.,  JOHN T. MOORE,  FRED B. WRONG.  ARROW LAKE,  ' t it  IS now open for tl:e accommodation of guests  Rates, SI.50 to S2.50 per day. Batlis  25  cents each, or 5  for "SI., For further  particulars write to the proprietors.  DAWSON, CRADDOCK & Co  Nelson, B. C.  Merchant Tailor.  Full Line  of Suitings and  Trouserings always on hand.  ft Kaslo Traisnortatioa Go.  THE  LELAND  Kaslo. B. 0L  DEALERS  IN:  Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Window Shades,  ���Bedding Supplies, etc., etc-  Send for our IIInstated Catalogue. ......  IT  "i  WHOLESALE  Books, Paper, Stationery, and  Office Supplies.  Wall   Paper   a    Specialty  CONVENIENTLY situated to the steamboat  X.J landing. The bar is one of the,best appc.ited  in the Kootenay District.   "���,'���      .       ;: '  JAMES DELANEY,  ���������   -Lessee  Notice to the Public.  \AGES  Leave Kaslo   and   Three Fork  cither place, every morning at S o'clock  Satisfaction is   Guaranteed.  A. J. SCOT!  Manager  . s i:  NAKUSP, B. C.  . ';.; Jeweler  KASLO CITY.     ���'-,'.'-���������' -  B.O,  Great. Eastern Block.  SPOKANE, WASH.  and  COMMISSION1  KASLO  COMFORTABLE Rooms, Good Meals  ��� -*   and Careful Attention to Guests  makes this Hotel popular.'���with-- the  Traveling Public,  MES. D. A. McDOUGALD, Prop  **34  9  TEEEE FORKS, B. C.  Best   Furnished   Rooms  in the City.  T. NORQUAY, Prop  The only practical Watchmaker in ���  the   Kootenav   District.    Orders bv  mail receive prompt attention.   v  ALL WORI GUAMyTEKi)  THE DIPLOCK:  BOOK & STATOTflBY GQ.  (LIMITED.)  WHOLESALE  PAFEf DEALERS &STATE(!i:Ef!S,  Vancouver,  B. C.  SOLE AGENTS FOR :  Brinsmead& Nordheimcr Pianos  Dixon, Borgeson .&.- Co.'s Show  Cases. Self-opening Bags,-Wrap-  ping Paper and Twine. .*"  Mail Orders receive promj;t attention, .^s^itf&SEMSKaasiSSKBsraasssR  JPaj^e 4.  THE   LEDGE.  Second Year  RETRIEVES ITSELF.  Tlie Londonderry Mine at Cooigardie is  ���    All Rigrlit.  The Londonderry, says a despatch  to the Sydney Telegraph from Cool-  a'ardie has retrieved itself.   During  the past week or so there have boen  several reports of rich strikes in the  mine, but they have proved unfounded. On Monday night, however,- the  warden received word from the manager that a good find had been made.  Yesterday the press were invited to  go down and see the discovery and a  number of reporters immediately letfc  for the scene. They then found- that  on Monday morning rich gold had  been found in the south drive, at, the  100 foot level, first on tile floor of the  drive near tlie hanging wall. This  was 23 feet south from the vertical  line from the old famous chute on the  surface.  The manager followed up the, find  and by yesterday evening had penetrated seven-feet into rich gold-bearing rock, which continued to improve,  until the present face carries gold from  wall to wall, and half way up to the  top of the drive. The pre-bious metal  is studded all over the rock, which is  also permeated with'fine gold, giving  the quartz an amber tint. After inspecting this grand sight in the drive,  to which an iron door has been fixed,  the reporters were taken to the strong  room and shown a candle box full of  specimens, which were . quite. one-  third gold, in dabs and bands. It;is  estimated that the box contains ��1,  000 worth of gold. -In addition there  is lots of stone in bags, arid altogether;,  about two tons of marvelously rich  rock has been taken out. ^  The manager thinks that the finds  arc1, a continuation of the sensational*,  chute lost on the surface, a it hough, he  expects there will be poorer belts at  iiitervals. Work will be continued  in theedrive where, the discovery is  improving -with every inch, and still  looks as if it is making oil the north  side. The main shaft's work has been  pushed'on, and it is expected that the  drives from the main and north  shafts will meet shortly. On this  drive the lode carries good battery  stone, although a fairly rich chute of  gold was met with at 150 feet in from  the main shaft. The poppet-head is  ready for erection, "and the erashing  plant is being prepared for. Lord  Fingall is greatly pleased with the  new development,  An Interesting- Anecdote.  .'.   The   Perthshire   People's  Journal  has the followiug paragraph:   A romantic little story comes from Blairgowrie.    Some 28 or 21) years ago a  little lad appeared  in the town, hungry and ragged.    He had no friend's  and his pitiful story awoke the sympathy of an old soldier named Smith,  and of Mrs. Bissett, Well meadow     It  was found out that he  had run away  from school in  Surrey.    Mrs.   Bisset  housed him for a week or more, ringed him out in some of her own children's clothes, and paid his fare back  to Surrey.     The young lad lias since  developed into the present Chief Justice of British Col vim bia, Mr. Theodore  Davie, who was Premier in 181)2 a *.d  onwards.    That Chief Justice Davie  has not forgotten his early adventuie  in Blair is shown by  a letter which  Mrs.  Bisset's daughter has just received from him,   referring   to   the  ���kindnesswhich.*her mother showed  him. inquiring about all the family  and the old pensioner Smith, anel enclosing a sum of money in repayment  of Mrs. Bisset's ; outlay in his behalf.  He also speaks of _a probable visit to  Blair. ������'..:���" . "���  A miner's union has been organized  at Rossland.  G. P.  1895=7  CURES  HS &  xmUiii  New Denver.  Dealers  GEME��AL MEECHMBISE,  NAKUSP.  . C.  Assay Price List:  Gold, Silver, or Lead,each.................  Gold, Silver and Lead, combined..".....  Gold and Silver ;.............'. ���'....  Silver and Lead------���������������������������-���������������������������:  Conner (by-Electrolysis)....'..............  Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead.....-.......  Gold and Copper ....  .. ���........';,.  Silver and Copper.......... '.'���........'.....  Gold, Silver and Copper....".'���'......'........  Platinum.;..........;....... .'���'.... .���' .'���-..."..  Mercury..................................  Iron or Manganese...'..>...................  Lime, Alagnesiittn, Barium, Silica, Sulphur, each...   Bismuth, Tin, Cobalt, Nickel, Antimony,;  Zinc, and Arsenic, each..............  Coal (Fixed Carbon, Volatile Matter, Ash,'  ���and'.'percentage' of Coke, if Coking  Coal)..;...................... .;."���'������'  ���'''".'"Terms:  Cash. With Sample.  June 20th, 1��95. ^ ^  $l.r>0  3 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  4 00  2-50  2 50  3 00  5 00.  2 (X)  2 00  2 00  '4 00  4 00  FRANK DICK,  Assayev and Analyst  (WorksatKaslo, B. C.)  LUMBEE   YARD,  Foot of Hendryx Street,   Nelson.  A full stock of Lumber,  roitgh and dressed, laths,  shingles, sash,dOors,mould  Lugs, etc. Clear and dry  fir flooring and ceiling for  sale at lowest prices.  CO. BUCHANAN,  HENRY DAWES,  Aj?ent  Proprietor  1 AVINGr placed some new  Machinery in our Mill,  we are prepared to furnish  all kinds of'Rough and Dressed Lumber and Shingles at  greatly reduced Prices.  PRICE LIST:  Roua,-h Lumber, narrow,  wide.  Joist and Scantling,-sized up to  lS'fect.-'lon��r,  18'to 24 '      "  21 'to 30 '  Floonnsr, T&G,6 "  ' ...    -        .��      4 ��  V joint Ceilinir, J "   .  (5 " Rustic,     "'  :'.  .c hiplap,  Surfaced Dressed  ���$I0 00  $11 00 to $12 00  �����]'! fO  ���$12 CO  813 CO  $20 00  $22 fO  $22 00  $19 CO  $14 00  $13 00  A liberal discount on large orders for Cash,  PETER GENELLE & Co.  131 WATER STREET,  Merchants,  VANCOUVER, B.C  : o :  E handle D^ Butter^ Eggsy  :      Cheese, Bacon, Hams, arid Lard.   f  SILVERT0N, B. C.  GOOD Rooms.    Dining Room furnished with the best in  the Market.    Stables in coiln^  The Bar has all the choicest Liquors in use in the Kootenay  District. ���> Y-y..* ;,'":-; ���;';.. '**;���/������'���'���; ;'/':-;;������  ������;::;.:..:'::'.-: ���]..,  THREE   FOR  "  ��� : o **  B.O,  THIS"Hotel, under���"���'.new management, is cne of the best in  the country. The Rooms are comfortable and the  ���Dining Room contains the best the market affords. Don't  miss it when you go to the Forks.  LOWES & CLAIR,, Proprietors  H  Jj*  . TKii'  .i_��L  nd All Mining' Supplies.  Full Stock on Hand.   Branch Store at Three Forks.  [STANLEY    HOUSE,  NELSON,'B. C.  BEST Rooms and Board in the City.   Hot and  Cold Water,   Bath Room for f he use of the  Guests.   Rates reasonable. ,  MRS. McDONAiD, Prop  THEGRANT HOUSE  Sandon, B. C.  H OOD Meals and comfortable Rooms liialce this  XI . Hotel a pleaeant place for travelers to stop at.  ARCHIE ORANT, Prop  &  1 Second Year,  THE LEDGE.  Page 5  ORE SHIPMENTS.  Record   of the Mineral Being Handled  Over the K. & S. Railway.  By degrees the big mines are beginning to get their outputs down to  the railway, and henceforth shipments  * will ��� be more regular. The Slocan  Star re-commenced shipping this  week, having sent out 100 tons yesterday to the Omaha smelting works.  Shipments will, be made from this  mine in 100-ton lots for the next few  months. The Noble Five and concentrator people are seeking car  space also and they will ship heavily.  There yet remains about 100 tons of  Alpha ore to go out, which will clean  out the bins.  From the initial shipment on September 13, 1894, till January 1, 1895,  the Slocan mines sent out over the  Nakusp,&.Slocan Railway;���  Alpha mine 7731-tons,,valued at  $77,125  Mountain-Chief 91J 9,12.")  Slocan Star 1,0314 103.150  Fisher Maiden ' 47J "                             4,775  Noble Five 87 8,700  Minnesota Silver Co   15 1,500  Reco ,i2\ .                            4,225  Idaho' 60 6,000  Last Chance 15 '             1,500  Total "~  R. S. WiLSON,  ���THE -  SLOGAN TAILOR  Sixth street, New Denver.  N. D. MOORE, Pres.  R. McFERRAN, Sec'v,  b^:r,:r,ie3t:ei:r,  SOLICITOR and Notary Public.  New Denver, B. C  ".   TWIGG,  NEW DENVER, B. C.  1  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  CONCENTRATOR, THREE FORKS, B. C.  Mining    and      Miners'    Supplies  IW* Hay and Grain in Car Lots to the Trade.  THREE FORKS.  SILVERTON  INERAL Claims, Mines, ^Timber Limits, etc.,  .. surveyed. ���  HITTE-TTEIR. & MoiECTJSraTOlSr*  2,151  $215,100  Since the first of the, year the list by  the same route shows:��� .  January 1-31  February 1-28  March 1-31  April 1-30  1,397 tons, valued at $139,700  844 tons 84,400  884 tons 88,400  1,327 tons 132,700  DATE.  June 4  July 4  July 8  July 11  July 16  July 24  MINE.  WEIGHT.        VALUE.  Reco                52$ tons �� 5,250  Kalisnell          24, * 250  Concentrator   20 2,000  Alpha               45 4,500  45 4,500  Slocan Star     100     ' 10,00Q  Assoc. R. S. M., London, Eng-.  3STETW" DENVER,, B.O.  Assayer and Mineralogist.  iJSTPrompt return on all samples.  W. J. TRETHEWEY, E.M.,  Examination, & Reports:  Assays'of Ores.  Analysis of Ores.  OFFICE AND IjABOHATOHY:  FRONT    ST-,     KASLO  : 0 :  Dealers in:  Groceries,  Provisions,   Dry  Goods,  and fiining Supplies.  n  Revelstoke, B. C. ^ '  Analytical   Chemist and  Assayer.  CARIBOO CREEK RECORDS.  TRANSFERS.  H. McKinnon to W. A. Allen���J in  the Mary Mack, on July 12. Recorded July 22; amount, SI.  , A. A. McPherson to J. Hector���1-6  in St.-Denis, on Julv 22. Recorded  July 22; amount, $40.  W. Huston to L. W. Bragg����� in  St. Denis, on July 22. Recorded  July 22; amount, $20.  ASSESSMENTS.  Golden Eagle���July 22, by P. M.  Yingling.  LOCATIONS.  Flora .Mack���Adjoining" the Noble  Four, on July 19, by A. McDonald.  Coolgardie���Adjoining Ruby, on  July 22, by F. II Bourne.  Bonanza���Summit of forks of Blue  Grouse canyon, July 22, by W. Huston, A. Cummings, and A.McPherson.  Washington���Same.  St. Denis���Blue Grouse canyon,  same.  Little Annie���Same, by F. G. Fauquier, A. Cummings, and A, A. McPherson.  Ocean Wave���Piv ideCan yon creek  ^.nd Goat canyon, July 22, by A.  Burton and A. Tassar.  Blue Bird���Same.  ORE   of  any   kind   assayed.     Nickel   Ore a  Specialty.  . Pellew Harvey, F.C.S.  VANCOUVER, BTc ,  lining Engineer, Analytical Chemist, and Assayer.  Assay Office and Metallurgical Works.  fl  GENERAL   MERCHANT, ���  IS prepared to sell all Lines of Goods Cheaper than.6ver  before.  VOU WILL  SAVE YOUR* HONEY  if you buy your Goods from him at  -     -    IB. o.  DENTIST  KASLO,  B.C.  Graduate of American College of Dental Surgery  Chicago.  Office: Over Byers' Hardware store.  Physician and Surgeon.  Three Forks,       -       B. 0.  A FULL Line of Drugs and Prescription Remedies ke:>t on hand.  NEW DENVER, B. C.  ���*���J���H-Ji-J*1�����T^jl_   w      B   n      H_J_ \ "*-    ^    Jbb1>N       b  DOCTOR  ROUSE,  PHYSICIAN  AND  K?j  New Denver,  SURGEON.  C  DOCTOR  A change has been made in the  timetable on. the N. & S. R. Trains  leave Nakusp on Sundays, Tuesdays,  Thursdays, ard Fridays; 'returning.  Mondays", Wednesdays, Thursdays,  and Saturdays. Close connection is  made with Columbia river b'-ats."  KASLO, B. C.  Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto.    Member of college Physicians and'Surgeons, Ontario.  s a  ���->��  mas o  s re  �� ��i.j��iiu,iiiiii hu��imiji��i��-i.i��*  Postoffice and Money Order Office in Connection %  ge 6.  THE   LEDGE.  Second Year  MINING RECORDS,  Recorded at Saw Denver, for the week ending  ���'. . ���;���'���   ;'','���"'   July 24, 18lJb  ���   , TRA-NSFE*RS.'*-: '.,  > J" L Retallack to O Alexander���i- in R E Lee, on  'July io./Recorded July 17;.itinpuiitj'.*50i)..  T Mulvcy to G L' E ska brooks--} in Yellow  Jacket So 2, on June -'7; recorded July 17; amount  i-l.  / .: '���������.'���'"' .     '���  N Gcthiug-to JD Mclnnes���i in Blake, on July  Is,, Recorded July 17; amount, $1.  A Tunic* tu ii Kirkwood���All interest in United  Empire and Calumet, on July 17. Recorded-J uly  17; amount, *i.  M Murphy to R Cordrick���h in Midnight, on  Ju*y����.   Recorded J my itf; amo'unt, .<L.  It R Cohvell to W L Callanan��� All interest iu  Ht Aubm on July 19.   Recorded July IU; amount,  L Keith to E II Hughes to W F SHlson���J in  SunrirfviNoo, on July i(j and 15. Recurded J uly  ID; amount, fci.  D W Moore to G Stott and A F Green���J in Los  Vegas No 2, on J uly 1. Recorded J uly 2U; amount  $1.  C Shcelian to J Buckley���All in interest in Red  Mountain, oil July i^. iiecurued July 12; amount  Sim.  J rvIcFarlane to C Martin���\ in Rosebud, on July  23.   Recorded July za; amount, si.  T Henderson to F H Bourne���1-6 in the Nancj  Hank;-, on July 2'6.   Recorded July 2'6; amount, ���?!  C Murphy to W Barnfather���10 in Slocan City  on Mav z;i.   Recorded J uly 23; amoinir, #1.  M K Franklin to H Seiout-:���& in Rome Run, on  July 2-1.   Recorded J my 2-i; amount, tl.  C Drouin to J Knapy���i-*o in St Charles and the  Kentucky So 2, on July IS. Recorded July 2��;  amoti.it, coOO each.  ASSESSMENTS.  Matuu, Slocan Queen, Enterprise and Ohio���R  Kincwood, on Jalj l /.  Standby���D McDonald, on July 17.  Lone ritar No 2���L li Jamicson, on July 17.  Central���D Whitley, on July 17.  Fairy���C T Porter, on July 17.  Evelyn���E C lJea.-:e, on July 18.  Slater���Cape Adams/on July 18.  .  . Wild Goose���J F Cutler, on July 18.  -bandow���J Ward, on July 18.,  Mine���J Skr.bal, on J uly iy.  Lancaster and Opportunity���D K McDonald,-on  J ���iy ii>.  . Waterloo���T Trenary, on July 10.  Mockmjr Bird���B Squire, on J uly 20.  La i-"aloma and Saturn���S T Walker, on July 20  ..    Cnatham��� W L Callanan, on J uly 20.  -   Rmiioley���R Shea, on July 20.  Wallace No 2-T W Gray, on July 20.  Sdvor Bell No 2- T McGuigan, on July 20.  llooci-jj and Falsoin���W A Potter, on July 22.  Mountain View No 3���W Thoniiinson, on July  22. \. ' ������ .'.'���]  Phoenix���L R.Jamieson, on July 22.  ..'��� Columbus���ET Kinney, on July ������..:#*:. '���  Uraxiite Mountain���P S Brown, on July 24.  locations.  1   "'Mildred S, Mogul No *>, and���'Smuggler���Head of  S-uiuOuAjreeK, J uiy IS, by  R ���'McFcinni, G ��\�� Su  ReUe, and 11, fcjclnut/. ��� .  Kingston���on Eight Mile, July 13, by W Clough  Atlas���On McGuigan creeic, duly IS, by Agnes  Dr/ucn.  lib . Aubin���On Springer, July is, by R Cohvell.  ���. Exchequer No 2���On. Carpenter, J uly IU, by F  A Heiineuerg. ,:  Snow^tbi'iii No 5���On' Springer, July  19, by C  ���Fa.is. '���* -"v   ..    *'"*'.   . '.'.  ;:st Paul No 3���Same, by M Heckmanm  Trio No 2��� On Granite -mountain, July 19, by B'  ��� Liuciiiiie-'.  Arkansas Traveler���On Springer, July 19, by D  ,K AivlXmaid.,.  Liquidator���Forks of Cody ,J uly 19, by J Cocke J.  .Si^cuiiCity���On Springer, July 20, by F Anderson.  Sutton���South fork of Carpenter, on July 20, by  .A 'O tJiTAJlt.   ���  Lexington���Adjoining Alpha; on July 22, by N  F.McNfiUght. :    ���������  Homeskke No 2���On Springer, July 22, by R B  Kerr anu J.'Morrris..  Met .or���Same, by H Sheran.  Iowa Boy���Same, by D McCuaig and P Linguist  1-1'iimming Bird and Silvcrite��� On Cedar creek,  Juty z2, b.) xu -iiiamiuu, if-- Lirant and 'A iUcGmi-  Vei'y.  Green Mountain���On Ten Mile, July 2:5, by C  M.irciu.  Mai>ie Leaf No 2���On Twelve Mile, July 28, b}--  Jo .sieraruine.  Rosebud���On Springer, July ;23, by J S McFar-  lane..  Tiger No 7���North fork of Lemon, July 23, by  "W Li i'1'ice."  H C, Earl, and Extension���Same,"by V'C Raok-  liff,  Deadwood���Same, by J W Ky te.  Liilie B���On Springer, July 23, by N S Tucker.  ���Rainbow���Same, by M Maurier.  (^uiuito���Same, by B Carter.  Eclipse���Same, by M Isiiac.-on.  Exchange and Boys���Sam*, by WE Buie.  Gold Fiiun'e���Same, by C Murphy.  Si. ver. King and Dolly",Varden No 2���Same, by  WETerrill.  No 3���North fork of Carpenter, July| 23, by P  Gudraw.  Free Gold Fraction���North fork of Lemon, July  21, by G Gormley.    '  Springer Pass���Divide Lemon and Springer^ on  July 24, by P M Sehonberg.   '���>  Rosena Joust���Same, by H Clever.  Trio No 3���On  Galena Farm,   July  24, by P  Grant. ,..���������������  Time���Divide Dayton and Lemon, July 24. by J  Pilon.  LEDGE CROPPINGS  When in Vancouver stop at the  Manor House. f  Yesterday a heavy thunderstorm  passed over the town.  ,   A big- crowd went to the foot of the  lake by this morning's boat.  Ifc is the intention to run the Hunter  to the foot of the lake twice a week.  The citizens subscribed sufficient  funds on Saturday to purchase a new  cornet for the band.,  L. Scholl, of Ritzville, Wash., with  an Edison phonograph, is touring the  camp, en route to Alberta.  Born.���In New Denver, on the 18th  inst., Mrs.   A. Sproat, of a daughter  Congratulations are in order.  The school trustees having resigned  owing to a technicality in their appointment, a second election is called  for Tuesday next.  Next Saturday afternoon Kaslo and  New Denver will try conclusions on  the baseball diamond here. The  band will be in attendance.  The baseball boys are urged to attend practice tonight and tomorrow  evening, at 6:30, in view, af Saturday's game.  For sale or to rent. ���A five-roomed  cottage in Nakusp. Conveniently located. For terms, apply to F. G.  Fauquier, Nakusp, B. C. f  0. E. Race, representing the Victoria Times,; is doing the Kootenay  country. At present he is writing up  the Slocan lake discoveries. Outsiders should learn something from* his  penr ' *'*.'e' ***. ��� ;* '��.'���''.  F. Pyman, New Denver's witch-  maker and jeweller makes cleaning  and repairing watches a specialty  He visits Three Forks every Friday  to accommodate customers in that  town. f  J. Fred Hume, ��� M.P.P., and J. A.  Gibson, Nelson, were in town several  days this week; breathing the oxygen of mineral excitement. They  were, looking after their interests and  sizing up the situation.  !,... ���  J. Findley, representative of the B.  C. Iron Works,. Vancouver, is now  stationed here for some time to come.  Mr. Findley "will "personally visit all  parties desirous of doing businesr; with  his 'firm upon application. f.  Charcoal Brown came: in yesterday  from dolus: assessment work on the  Granite Mountain, situated between  the Mountain View and Bimetallic.  He has stripped the, vein for 20 feet,  and shows 6 feet of good, clean, high-  grade-ore,; carrying copper through  it. Brown's partner in* the claim is  H. Pitts,   f Three Forks.  notice:  Htt*  nines    I  Front Strec-st Kaslo.  Is Largest ai lost  ete liileD!��  Dry Goods; Carpets, House Furnishings,  Gents' Furnishings, Clothing, Hats,  Boots & Shoes, Tents and Blankets  NDSOR KESTAURANT  3>T<3-w   Denver, 33. O.  Everything in First Class Order.  Meals Served at all Hours.  Best of Attention to Customers.  JACOBSON & Co  Vi-wirawB ii9 rets   v^F  Is the Metropolis of the  Slocan District, and  ust Increase in Value.  For  CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS  Investors wi1! consult their own  Interests by consulting   ;  New Denver, B. C.  ?  NEW DENVER, B. C.  f^fOTICE is hereby given that per-wi? desiring to  .u ioeatc 1 m'd, or take .timber, within the Kaslo  & Slx'an .Ruhva^ Reserve, are requested to eom-  iriu-iiente with the Company's Offiee at Kaslo. to  avoid th<> penalties of trcsna'^siua:. .  THE KASLO & SLOGAN  RAILWAY COMPANY.  Robt. Ikv;xg,  Secretaiv  The Trayeling  Will find all the comforts of a  home at this Hotel.  Tiielooms *:���.;;;."���'.*':;*.'.  Are large and airy, and have  recently been beautified by the  latest designs in wall paper,  Tlie Mnmg Room  Is supplied with the best the  market affords, and the cuisine  is very superior.  The Bar -  Is stocked with the choicest  brands of wines, liquors, and  cigars.  STEGE & WINTER* PROPS  I.-  ii  is,".  ���Ml


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