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 *s��&^it&��XXai*r^  ;i ^:!'!l!l!!]l!lini!i!i!i|i!^  In'Tfrne "die Siocan Coun~   =  fry 'Will   be   the Great   =  Silver Camp on Mother.   =  Earth. .'���'='  -^liiiiillJillllilliliiiliJlilliiillililJIii  ^^^^:"lf^x  s^TJf.  ^s^'/CT0RiA,%J;  ^uminiiiiiiininiffl!^-  s Job Printing at this Office  'i*= at  Prices In  liarniony  g With    the   ne'ancholy  = Condition of .'Silver.  %liiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii]i!iiiiiiiiai)i^-: .'���  Vol; II. No. 41.  NEW DENVER, B.C., JULY; 11,1895.  Price Ten" Cents.  *:     ��� OKE, SHIPMENTS. ��� . ���  Record  of tho -'Mineral ��������� Bel-rig-*: Handled  Oyer the N. &S. Railway.  '���������'NEW' LOCATIONS. ,'."'.-:,  List of Claims Reeoi'-leil in the Kaslo Of-.  ��� . flee Last jjloiitli.  From now on -.'���'there  will be an in-      Following- is a  list of miningloca-  creasing ore  traffic over the Nakusp,  & Slocan Hallway.: 'All.- the big mines  are preparing for augmented staffs,  and as wagon  roads have been com-  tions recorded in Kaslo during June:  Bariff'���North side Bear lake, J une  3, by W. M. Coaii.    / f   ���  Silver I-teef��� On   Kootenay   lake,  pieced to many of ;tiiem,;;orc//is begin-jjuiie 3, by J. W. Smith.      ��� -.���  ;:ning   to move again. V Small   forces      Yankee/ Boy���On, Kootenay lake,  have been developing /on all the pro- June 6,. by John Henry.  .ijje.1 ties  and piling; up ,the dunips.'j    Robinson^��� Hot; Springs camp, June  Mann BroS; will  handle /: a large pbr-  7, ...by- W.' P. Robinson. * ' ','  tion of the output in tlie Sandon region ������;'<��� Graham���Mouth of Lyle creek, on  this,season.    The Slocan Star, Noble- June/8,/by E S; Oraham."������"*  Teniiie/G^Wbite water creek, June  10; by J. L. Montgomery.     '   ���    j:,/:./  Milo--Crawford creek, June Il,;by  A:.':^^Moore>w:,;.,,',';_:.' ..-,;-\..; .'>^:'  /  Surprise���Near IJuncan City, June  11, /by W. "F. Morkelius. * ��� :   '    ,/  Cariboo���Adjoining /Skyline, June  12,'by Z.; Montgomery./..   /    .';  > Homestake���Schroder creek, June"  l^.byE. A. Smith. ';:���;,;, ;:'   ; V.:  "Yuba Dam��� Goat / creek; June 13,  by M. Walsh., >' ''���:.*:'������ . >.;'i"v'-':  /SUver Idol���Goat creek,.; June"14^  Noble Five ���'��� V;';:/v:'-/' "07%  ���'��� Miiffie/^ofca Silyer;Go';";Ifr���  Rccb;'.;/ .V' jr- ���>'��"���:*-l:. A2%  IdailO:;       '.':'������' ; :: 60"  La-^t Chance 15  ..1.500'  A,22u  6,000  1,500  Total  2,151  ���:���".'��������� $215,10.0.  Since the first of the year the list by  the same route, shows:���  Five, ��eadman,' /Anierican Boy; and  many others will ship at,once. The  properties controlled by the concentrator people "will:; have -alarge output, all summer, and /regular shipments, will commence next week.  Last Thursday the . W.; Hunter took  up from SilvertOn 21 tons/of ore from  t he Kalispell, which wa s consigned to  /Omaha. The Alpha ore,, is extected  to move next week./// J  -.-���;/  From the initial  .shipment on September 13,/ 1894, till January # 18$>���-  the Slocan mines  sent  out/ over-the  by J.:S;:,Stewart  Nakusp & Siocan ;Rail way:--    \ /".Black Pup���Lockhart -creek, J/uive  Alpha mine ;'*:.       /   771i tons, valued at  $ 77,125   15,: by W. Hazard. / ,-.'f'--:      j ,     :   ���V';/V|  Mountain Chief     / oii ���..: ������,/>: / 9,i25 :   Jd-sie���Lockhart creek, June ll,by  Slocan.Star     ;/V./-;.l,Q3i�� --/'/       ���*���;.-;;:/    ���:'��������� l03,ia0   E. M'<>Horia/ld,     //:,   ';���'     '., , /:;''r  ;;F^er^-vi^;V:^v;'.;4T|:- ',���;/;-������      <^';!?j- 4,775     Flkhom���Lcckhart creek, June ,15,  ^���:|by:VV./Ha2ard.;/,;^/;v/;/:^  // Ready Gash'-���Jackson ci'eekj 'June  17, by Jolm.Bough. ;  ;   '  North  Hranch���Woodbury   creek,  June ���1.9,' by J. li. Hardie. /.".;���;;  Cable���Kootenay lake, June 19, by  J...Wilson. "������  //'/  OverlaiKl���Kootenay lake, June 19,  by/R.: Marpole.      /  . V        ..,., ;  . Pease--Kootenay lake, Ju'rie 19, by  E. C. Pease.       .. " . .'  '  : Rasiidall���Kootenay lake, June 19,  by G-.H. Rashdall.    '  '  Canyon���Jackson creek, June 19,  by Kill & Speck.-.,--,-   :::'<���������:���������;./.  SheriiT��� (Jed'ar creek, June/21, by  W. F. Robmson.;;;,,   ;>   ���/     ,-   ;       /  Twilight���Twelve Mile creek, June  24, by J/' A.. Otto.  Silver Bell--Cofi:ee;creel^ June 24,/  by S. Weeze.:.. /, :;";/''  ;.. Gold Quartz���Mosquito creek, June  25, by/H. J. Warner..-    ^/  Mystery--Krao creek, June 25,; by  W./VV. .Warner.,;.,  Crown���Duncan river, June 27, by  R. S. Gallop. ���������  .   Maseott���Same, by M. Hicks.'  Spring Greek���Spring creek, June-  The roasting capacity at the sinel I 27, by. J. Mcliale. '.-..::,.  ���tor not being great enough  to keep ".   Etta M:aud���Near Ainsworth, June  the stack running, on full time, more, 28, by E. Gill is. :     : /���  furnaces have been  ordered'from the      Tiger���Kaslo creek, June 2d, bv  British Columbia Iron-' WTorks,   Van-��� W. Meet.  couvcr, j    EJdon���White water creek, June 29,  The Skyline  will ship,   after July  b^^'J; ^cl^ilL, ,     r'     ,,  10, 25 tons a dav of ore to thesmelte', \ . fb<iv^' ^o. 2-bame, by J. Nob e.  seven hundred'tons now on tiie diirn^ Lone btar-JackspQ creek, June 29,  at that mine will be shipped immedia-  H.y_rv ��� .Ale'|((��^s- C1 ___.._,'  tely. The No." 1 still ships choir pro-- **fm% LmR-bame, W.Matheson.  duct to the same works". ��� A berta-~\\m to water  creek, June  29, bv vv. Meadows.  A six machine air compressor is on      iiliie D���Near Pilot Bay, June 29,  the way   from   Milwaukee    for the  bv Thomas Bennett.  Bluebell.     Alter it is  in  position a    "Harry D���La  France  creek, June  shale will be sunk on tlie copper vein 29, bv H-.-D. Beck. .''���'.��������  in that property.     The output of the      ' '." ''''..    �� I,  HEADY- :FOil ��� BUSINESS.-.*  The Coneentratoi* and Trannvay ..hit New  Dalutli tiro uo\y Co/iiphtte.  January 1-31         1,397 ;tons, valued at  $139,700  Fobruerj-'i-28        SU tons  84,400  March l-ai          . 8S4 toiis  . 88,400  April 1-30        ���   1,327 tons  132,700  DATE.          MINE.        WEIGHT."  VALUE.  Jnne4           Reco           '    52i toii3  ��.5,25D.  July A           Kaliaell          2??:  ��� z50  Pl]LOT': BAY./'/:'  The smelter will add another stack  re the year is out.       /  The smelter people will work tlie  Toughnut,   on  Toad mountain,   this  summer.  Mr. Gordon has been in the -Slocan-  looking lor ore for the smelter. He  cloes not expect much more until the  K. &S. Ry. is finished.  For the past two weeks New Duluth  has been in the throes of an election  ������or rather a series of elections. The  reason for this has- been the annual  ���meetings of the Alamo Mihihg Co.,  the Slocan Milling Co., the Minnesota.  Silver Co., and other organizations  identified -.with the w'orks, nientkjned  above. The sanie parfiesare interested in all, and the principal stockholders have been up there during  that time, viz.j,, Messrs. .Yawkey aiid  son, A., .EL Humphreys and Nraiik  ���eox.:^:r:^tS/:.:r^  : They-are a i close organization and  but little: could ; be/ learned on Monday .of the(/business^ transacted^/ jt  was given' Out that the reports presented were satisfactory in "every  particular, w liile /the ^ outline /for future opera tions is uiore extensiye  than: any thing hitherto attempted; in  the country.; P/��ri:/o/v'; v'"/.; ''/"////"--^V���-/���'���'.  ';: Capty; Moore, the / generabmana^er  of the' various enterprises, stated that  the concentrator was in splendid condition. -The machinery 'had/ beW  ;ruhhing a day or 'two, ���;and-with;the  exception Of a small;:diffi.e���ul^yi;inif cpii-.  hectiOn with tlie main crusheiyevery-  -tjliiii^;/, wtis,;-.0'.'.- Jf I.' v. ;..-*!riils'. -">yjia:s ;*.;;lD-e'ifig::  attend:ed: to aird in three days would  once niore / bo; in������''��� order.; The//��rater  power:':: -vvusi- ^a m ple;i ;for ^; all; .purposes.:  ;A*s/ for the tram way, the ? hnishing  touches;, were being put oh. The  rails were all laid, the cars' on the  ground, and all that remained was to  fit on the cable.. This feeder for the  works is substantia 1 and reflects credit  on the workmanship of the B C.  Iron 'Works. By Thursday, Capt.  Moore then stated, the tramway  would be running and the works in  full, operation, there being quite a lot  of ore/ at the head of the tram.  Several new buildings are to be  erected at the concentrator, including  houses for the families of the Superintendent, Manager,, and workmen.  By the time the snow ;flie,s, the concentrator, tramway, ..and mines  interested will, give employment to  no less than//5G0 men. ',, The^payToll  represented by this number of men  will be ^.bout $2,(M) per day.    The  MINING' NOTES,  Happening:*5..  <>f    Interest   Amoiifj   tlie  I're.i'sure Vaults.  Close to 3,000 tons of ore were shipped from Trail last month:  "''��� Supt. TiTarpole, of the C/P./R., came  in Friday to look at sonic mining  properties on the north foi-k. ; -���/������ .��  Six /feet of good clean- ore 'was  struck on Nets Demers' claim on Car-  ibco; icreek,: Monday.; The camp is  elated.' ;,".v*,':/-:'.-:':   ^���^.������'���'���'^ry^y   ..:.;\.,  ; A. E. Humphreys and partners  have bonded the Wbite/Swan, Crown  Point and Hidden Treasure in hies, at  -^i%tilFfor':f7*^,ecb/.;������::H%:������^^������V';;-���:?^;': .^'V-:;-  v The1 character ahd/graxle of the ore  on the Clifr, owned :;/by the. Whar^ons;  at Traih are .cli"^-!^'^^'^^^.^...!'^^^^^^  ���;by,develppinent./'/; ���".���'���''''. /"���;'"':'/-;;/'/./".,/;//  :..;/The:, concentrator; was running a  .short time last; weekv/ crusiiing^ tlie  fragments of tlie''big Middaugli/,boul-  der;   Itjhetted about a^arload-ri,/  Bob Kirkwood is doing/a big lot of  deyefopment work on the Enterprise  group, on; Ten Mile.// Jf/ lie cannot  /bond tlie -properties,: lie' ; wi] p ship/ore  this falP Bob is" modest wheii/ hcrasks1  ^50,000 for tlie group.:'.'���;������ ,,/ .^/;���:/������;.*// / / /���  % The;report of the,ropreseiitatives of  the Ka nsas;,,:City,. ��� Shieltiing ������; j0p.,r wlio  jWei*e/ip/the/cbuhfry; lools:ing^for'^i Site ;  for a smeiteiY lifis; been/senP^m^/They:/  condemned the head, of: Arrowlake,  and Nakusp people; believe itrwill goto that town..,       /."  ��� Rolling- ������tap jyVeaitli.  Sheriff Eobinson, of Nelson, is accumulating quite a number of mining  claims./ He owns- two at Ainswortlv  called the Robinson; and; Sheriff; and  one.'.called tlie Cscar,:, seven and one-  half, miles east, of Nelson. / The sheriif  is e videntl y com ing to the ^ front after  taking life quietly for a long tihie. ;,  Exeui'sion to Foot of Lnlte.  Nakusp & Slocan Eailway will be people of ,tiie neigh  taxed to its utmost to, handle the busi- |-haye a good: day's c  iiessof this'institation.  Pleased WiMi Their Bond.  Next Thursday, the IStiv the band  boys purpose giving an excursion  and picnic to 'the foot; of the lake.  This will iiive an opportunity to the  boring camps to  >titing\    Sports', cf-  various  Kinds \vl\]  be   held.     The  boat will leave here at 7:30,. calling  at Silverton.    .Eeturning "will leave  the foot of the   lake   at 5 o'clcek;  'ei '..-'��� ���  Fare,  Fonrtk oi' Jui y Celebivttlpn.-  Bluebell at present  is   2p0  tons per]    The hills have  been shrouded  in i  cay. Ismoke this week.  J. Poupore came in on Tuesday  from. Trail creek. He' and P. Gen el le  are interested with A. E. Humphreys  in tlie bond that- was recently taken j.  on the i\Ionte Cristo group in that New Denver celebrated the Fourth  camp. They have 22 men working, of July in good style. From daylight  principally on the Iron Horse, which! till dark salvo* of artillery, i.e."/ dyn-  is showing up well. They are satis- jamite charges, were fired, and all  lied wit!i. their properties,and believe j good Americans rejoiced. A baseball  they will make money. The vein is | game -was organized between the  showing up. strong aiid they are now [town club and'" a'.team of stragglers,  working on shipping ore.   ' | for a purse of'*-10.-   Pour innings on-  ���' .Mr. Poupore says .Rossland is a |ly were played, as a furious rain  lively town, with more .than' 2}G00-storm ca in cup. The score then stocd  people in it. Very little drinking is! 20 to 0 for the professors. The band  being done, but tiie stores are piling { was called out and'afterwards headed  up wealth. Mining properties are j a procession all around town. The  held too high, and it will'be.better.]celebration wound u]) by a. gathering  for the camp when they  descend  tosof  the   clans   at   the  'Tenderloin,"  up  I->roper values.  * where mirth held sway till morn. Pas:e 2.  THE LEDGE.  Second Year  CUEUR  D'ALENE NUGGETS.  ProHpeeted   for the Benefit of Former  Reslilents of that Camp.  MULLAN.  Mrs. J.  H.  Conklin is able to be  around, again.  H. S. Rice is doing assessment work  on his claim up Morning gulch.  Road Overseer Meyer is fixing up  the highway between here and Wal-  ,   lace.  Wise Bros, having leased T. Honey's  two-story building, are moving their  stock thither.  Medimont has a building boom on.  Residences are being erected for R.  Short, C. Evans, W. Cross, S Ramey  and I. Moe.  The Frisco mine at Gem received  four large boilers this week The  "machinery for the air compressor will  be along shortly.  F. J. Edwards and M. T. Wright  have completed their assessment on  the property which they own half way  between here arid Wallace.  WALLACE.  Frank M. Rothrock and Miss M. E.  Snyder, both of Medimont, were married on Wednesday-by Justice A. E.  ���  Angel.  The bicycle craze continues unabated. The number of wheels in  Wallace is close to 50, and more have  been ordered.  Murray and Littlefield are to be  lighted by electricity. Power is being obtained from Sullivan, Prichard  and Cascade creeks.  The assay office at the Union mill  for the second time, was burned down  on Thursday night. The contents  were saved. A defective flue was the  cause of th e bl a ze. Th e office wi 11 be  rebuilt at once.  John Jones, of Walla- Walla, has  been here for several days. He is  one of the principal owners of the  Rosa mine, in Dobson gulch, owned  by the Blarney Stone Mining Co. Development work on the property will  soon begin. There are 400 feet of  tunnels on the mine, which carries  silver-lead of encouraging quantity  and quality.  WARDNER.  AI. Page expects to re-open his saloon in a fewr days.  Dr. Machette is building new quarters next door to the postoffice.  Several stands at the Stemwinder  concentrator fell down this week, owing to inexperience on the part of the  man operating.  Fifteen men are working on the  Stemwinder mine under lease- The  lessees have not averaged $2 per day  for six months.  Foster, who murdered a man by  the name of Cates, at Silver City,  some time ago, with a jackknife, has  been found guilty of manslaughter.  So far the starting up of the Bunker  Is issued at New Denver, B. C, on Thursday.  Wet weather, snow slides, hard times, or the  sheriff never hinders its publication. It  comes out just the same.  Hill has had but little effect on the  general business of Wardner. Most  of the miners who applied are now at  work in the mine, consequently are  seldom seen on the street. A tramway crew has been put on to get  everything into shape. The company's office is flooded with applications for mill and general labor work  but good miners aro still in demand.  MYRTLE.  Work on tlie Sweeney bar is suspended for the present, owing" to lack  of water.  Owen Jackson and four others are  working his ground, which adjoins  the Myrtle.  - Mebsrs. Robinson, Hammetfc and  Spaulding are operating on North  Trail creek with fa ir results.  George Wood and partners are digging on the lower end of the Myrtle  ground,'adjoining Owen Jackson,and  are making money.  Joe Hook has let a lease to Dan  Gillis to open a new drain on bedrock  from the old Myrtle ditch. Old thn-  ers predict that they will strike good  ground.  Jerry Savage is at work on the  Myrtle claim' with a force of four men.  They are drifting on bedrock with  fair results. The lower end of the  Myrtle ground is being worked under  lease.  There is still some profitable placer  mining in progress around Delta and  Myrtle and between the two places.  On Monday four men took out $97,  though that is above the general  average.  F. T. EUerhorst and Louis Nestler li)oes not dream.of.making1 a million out Of it,  are working a claim on Placer gulch,  but he expects to get a luxurious living. In  order to do this it is necessary to have cash-  able 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  'i->  and they are reported to be doing extra well. They have, taken out nuggets recently weighing four and a  half eight and 14 ounces.  R. H. Mills, formerly head carpenter for the Bunker Hill Co., building  the first large mill there, has been  placer mining on his ground in Po-  tosi gulch, but will shortly take  charge of the erection of the Jenkins  .mill. :.  The Ward Brothers have jus* run  100 feet further on t he Wak e Up J im  quartz claim,making a total distance  of 275 feet. They have one of the  most promising properties in the district. They have 14 inches of good  ore in the drift. They have also adjoining claims of considerable value,  which are being prospected and developed as occasion permits.  The Fay Templeton in Pony gulch  shut down on Saturday, discharging  26 men. They had been working  six weeks, using a Huntington mill.  Morris Prager, one of the principal  owners, is confident of the future success of the property, and thinks the  failure in this case was due to the  employment of the mill in question.  There is but little doubt of the ultimate profitable operation of this mine.  At prices that do not discord, with.-, the despondent price of silver. ^^s&sxs^sssssbstz
Second Year,
THE   LEDGE,
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M NERAL     RESOURCES.
Total Output   of the   United  States for
tlie Past Year.
The annual government report of
the mineral  resources ot the, United
* -States 'for the , calendar year 1891
has been completed. It was compiled under the supervision of Dr. D. T.
,Daly, chief of .the mineral department of the geological survey, and
is based on the reports of many experts and special agents. The total
product shows a great decline from
tiie output of  1893,   due   the report
,  says, mainly to the  financial condi-
• "tions,* but also "to   special features
which effected the net result. The
most notable of these was the strike
of bituminous coal miners, accounting largely for greatly decreased
production and increase in price for
part of the year. The strike naturally increased the' use of anthracite,
which partly made up for the decrease
in the demand for this substance, due
to,the depression of manufactures.
The low price of silver is responsible
. for the decreased production.
The consumption of petroleum exceeded the production, greatly de:
creasing stocks at wells and increasing
■prices. The total product was valued
at $521,595,131. /'The total value of
non-metallic mineral product? was
£3)5,786,313; metallic, $218,168,788,
and' unspecified^ mineral products
estimated at $11, ODD, 000.
The product of silver for the year
amounted to 49,501,122 troy ounces
valued  at  $64,000,000; gold,  1,190,-
816 troy ounces,  value $39,503,000;
lead, 159,331  short tons.  $9,942,254:
quicksilver,  30,416 flasks,   $934,000;
bituminous   coal,    118,820,405   short
tons,     $107,653,501;     Pennsylvania
anthracite, 46,358,141 long tons, $78,-
488,033; petroleum,49,521,575 barrels,
$25,800,532.
The pigiron production decreased
from 7,124,502 long tons to 6,657,388,
and the valuation decreased nearly
$20,000,000. Iron ores included
929,050 long tons in production and
£4 687,938 in value.
The gold product for the year is
the largest   since   1878,   increasing
from 1,439,081  troy ounces for 1893,
with a coinage  value of 135,950,000.
The silver production declined over
10,000, C03 ounces.     The petroleum
.■export was the  largest, yet recorded,
over one   hundred  -million'.gallons
more than in 1893. The total value
of the product of stone of all kinds increased, from $33,885,573 to t.37,-
092,102.
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ALL WOKK GUlRAJfEED Page 4.  THE   LEDGE,  Second Year  PuMisned every Thursday.  tt.    T.    LOW ERT,    ED ITOB   AND  '������-;.'"   PINAXCIER.   ''.;���"  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  ONE YEARV.....'.......... .;.;.......;..... .��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 oh /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 tho rest.  THUKSDAY, JCJLY 11, 1895.  Rainy Kiyer- is still attracting the  prospector and four stamp mills are  already in operation. Like Kootenay,  the element is principall from the  land of the star, spangled banner.   <  The Colonist says that the Provincial Government has closed a contract  with the Hall Mines Co. to erect a  s nelter at Nelson to be ready in six  months. This will spoil that town's  reputation for being the quietest place  in the district.  Open gambling has been suppressed in Montana, and, in future,  bucking the tiger will have to be  done in secret. Faro has never been  allowed in Nelson, but. pools on  crooked horse races are'occasionally  sold upon its most prominent thorough  fares.  This paper is not called the Ledger  as some people persist in calling it.  It is The Ledge and the paystreak  continues to widen almost daily.  Don't be afraid to invest in it. You  can get fifty-two different specimens  for $2, and for a few dollars more  you can have an interest in the vein  of high grade advertising now being  developed.  uThe;Toltec Head" is the title of  the story in the Argonaut of July 1st.  It is from the pen of Edmund Stuart  Roche, and details another of the  famous Calkin's adventure with the  supernatural���an adventure which  bids fair at the beginning to be as  startling as any experienced by  Rider Haggard's heroes, and yet is  narrated with the dry humor Of the  old-time Western mining man.  British Columbia desires to be represented in the Cabinet at Ottawa  Prince Edward Island is represented  and surely a province of greater im*  portance than that should have as  much to say. This province bids  fair in a, few years to get very close  to the front, and when it does the  seat of Parliament will have to be  changed from Ottawa to a more central locality, probably Winnipeg,  Orly two newspapers are issued in  Canada on Sunday, both in British  Columbia. These publications do  not come out. on Monday, and consequently little work is done on Sunday.  Recently an effort was made in the  Federal parliament to prohibit the  issuing and selling of papers on Sunday. The 3. C. members strongly  opposed it. If a law of that kind is  put in force it should be made to  apply to Monday morning papers,  which will work a hardship upon the  puritanical citizens of Toronto and  other eastern cities.  Down go tlie Kates.  The Great Northern Railway has  again made a cut in the rates for  hauling the mineral output of West  Kootenay, From Trail creek the  rate to the smelters at Ta coma, Great  Falls and Everett is reduced fifty  cents per ton below the former rates.  This makes the new rate to Great  Falls $8.00 per ton; to Tacoma and  Everett $7.50.  Band Visits Three Forks  ca Me & lis,  BOSSLAND, B. C.  AUR Stage Line meets all Boats arriving at Trail  Landing.  S.B. "ALBEETA."  An enterprising advertising scheme  was successfully carried out by the  band on Monday. They journeyed  by train to Three Forks, to announce  tlie excursion to the foot of the lake on  the 18th. The Forks was taken by  surprise and they are still wondering  about it. The boys had only three  quarters of an hour to stay, but they  delighted the townsfolk with their  selections. The hotel men vied with  each other in showing courtesy to the  boys. Coming back the band stayed  off at the concentrator and spent the  afternoon. Capt. Moore and his comrades, not forgetting the ladies, treated the band white, paying them every  possible attention. An impromptu  concert was given in the general offices of the company and a most enjoyable time spent. The concentrator  people are the most hospitable in the  district. It was sundown when the  boys got home.  ���Great Northern is Anxious.  An American contemporary remarks : That the Great Northern  is keeping an anxious eye on the output of the Slocan mines, and proposes  to begin competing with the Canadian  Pacific as quickly as possible, is made  evident nearly every day in the  week. The building of the Kaslo &  Siocan railway is being, rushed at a  great rate. '  At the same time the connections  between the railway and steamer at  Bonner's Ferry are being greatly improved. The new spur from the  main track to the river and the new  wharf are nearly completed and will  be ready for use by July 1: A good  warehouse will aiso be constructed,  large enough to store ore or anything  else that comes; and with the completion of the railway to Three Forks,  President Hill's agents will begin a  big fight with the Canadian Pacific  for the possession of that desirable  territory.  LEAVES Kaslo for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, and  Nelson on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 8 a m; Thursdays, at 9 a m; Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 8 a m  Leaves Nelson for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth rand  Kaslo on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and  Satin-days, at 3 p m; Tuesdays and Fridays at (> pm  Close connection is^thus made between !ake  points and all incoming and outgoing trains of the  C P R at Nelson.  The steamer is newJy equipped in every particular, is lit throughout by electricity, and contains a  bathroom and all modern conveniences for ;the  comfort of passengers.  The above schedule is m effect May 16,1895, subject to change.  J VS. W'AUGH,      GEO. F. HAYWARD,  Purser. Master  Nakusp & Slocan Railway  TliMEi   CARD.  IN EFFEDT APRIL 5TH   1895.  TRAIN LEAVES  NAKUSP  THREE FORKS  Mondays at 8 o'clock Mondays at 13 o'clock  Tuesdays at 13    " ��� Wednesdays at 9   "  Fridays " Saturdays "  Close connection made with the Columbia river  boats for all points north and south.  , This schedule is subject to change at any time  without notice.  . For further information apply, to  J. S. LAWRENCE  :���>  Trainmaster  Nakusp, B. C.  The Quickest  Cheapest Koiite  or  Capt. Vanderbiirg:, Master.  Time  Ta,Tol@.  I" EAVES Nakusp on Tuesdays and Fridays, at  J   7 a m, for Leon and Halcyon Hot Springs,  Hall's Landing, Wigwam and Revelstoke. ,  On Mondays and Tbm'sdays the boat leaves Na  kusp for Burton City, at 7 a m.  P. M. SINGLING & Co  Steamer leaves Nakusp every Thursday and Sunday morning, making closeconnection at Revelstoke  with trains for all points East or  West.  Before you travel get information from  C. P. R. Agents as to time and  rates. It will save you money.  Apply to nearest Railway Agent  or to  I  District Passenger Agent,  Vancouver  si  RAILWAY;  Nelsoir & Fort Sheppard  FfAILWAY.  ALL     RAIL   ROUTE    TO     SPOKANE  The fonly through route from Nelson,[Kaslo,  Kootenay Lake and all Slocan. "  Points.  Daily   (Except   Sunday)    Between  Spokane and Northport.  Tri-Weekly; Between Northport and  Nelson.  Leave 8:43 a.m.       NELSO??.       Arrive 5:25 pan  Mondays. Wednesdays5 Fridays,, trains will run  through to Spokane,arriving same day. Returning  passengers will leave Spokane at 7 a.m.. Tuesdays,  Thursdays,Satiu*days,arriving at Nelson at 5:25 n.  m., same day,, making close connection with the  steamer Nelson for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake  points  ��� Passengers for Kettle Rivrer and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays  and Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays,  Passengers for Trail Creek mines connect at  Northport wi th stage daily .  COLUMBIA & KOOTENAI  Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.  In Effect on Monday, April 29,1895.  REVELSTOKE  ROUTE���SIR. LYTTON.  Leaves Revelstoke, south bound, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 4 a.m.,fpr all points in West Kootenay and the south.  Leave? Robson. north bound, on Wednesdays and  Saturdays, at 8 n.m., for all points east and  west, via the C.P.R.  NORTHPORT    ROUTE���STR.   LYTTON.  Leaves Northnort, north bound, on Wednesdays  and Saturdays, at 1 p.m.  Leaves Robson, south bound,, on "Tuesdays "and  Fridays, at6 p.m.  Stages run in connection with the steamer from  Ti-ail Creek Landing to Rossland..  J5ASLO ROUTE���STR. NELSON.;, ;:'  Leaves Nelson for 'KaslOj on Tiies-flays, at 5:40 p m;  Wednesdays, at 4 p m; 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; Thursdays, at 8a m;  Fridavs, at 4am. Connecting��� on Mondays*  Wednesdays, and ^'Fridays Avith N &��F;S Railway for Spokane. ~  Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay  Railway at Nelson for points north and south!  BONNER'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 a m.  Leaves  Bonner's Ferry for Pilot Bay, Nelson.  Ainsworth and Kaslo, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 a m.  Connects with east and west bound trains on the  Great Northern Railway. .    ;   .  Th'e company reserves the right to change this  schedule"at any time without notice.  For full information as to tickets, rates, etc.r ap  ply at the Company's offices, Nelson, B.C  T. ALL AN,. Sec'y,. J-W.-TROUP,-  Nelson, B. C. Manager  ,1  I rL^.^fcOiiE^%v;^rt--��J-^  lttlL^.V.^.-CATW'AaiJiJ-.!.'.i.'.-~il,.-.--,t4-(.*l,-a.��*  sfcE*'&-*.-SR-a J#frf!iJ4jHWi*  'i-^^^;-^"^:^^'^'-^  Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  Page 5  LOCAL ASSAYS.  Little   Ttvinklers   Crowded   Out From  Tlieir Accustomed Nook.  H. Madden will open an hotel,;at  Rossland.  . When  in Vancouver stop at  the  Manor House. f  S. R. Briggs has returned to the  Slocan country.  The Fourth was celebrated at Sandon by a fight among the railway  graden..  Miss H. Dahl, for the past three  months domiciled at the Newmarket,  returned oii Monday to Spokane.  H. Byers, of the Byers Hardware  Co.,,Three Forks and Kaslo, has returned from a month's tour among  eastern business houses.  For sale or 'o rent. ���A five-roomed  cottage, in Nakusp. Conveniently located. For terms, apply to F. G.  Fauquier, Nakusp, B. C.' f  Genelle & Co., Nakusp, are getting  out timber for the new steamer to be  built at Nelson for the C. & K. Co.  She will be 145 feet long.  Chas. , Laatz has returned from  Chicago. While east he purchased a  farm, and bets are even that lie will  be married before Christmas. .  Geo. Henderson made a flying visit  over from Kaslo Monday, returning  yesterday. Business and the welfare  of his bears called him nifcher.  Mr. and Mrs. Reider have, returned  to town from Nakusp. Mrs. Reider  has been suffering for the pas*; month  from a slight attack of paralysis.  All the timber required for the extension of the Nakusp railway to Sandon will be supplied by Genelle & Co.,  they having received "the contract.   .  -F. Pyman, New Denver's watchmaker and jeweller makes cleaning  and repairing watches a specialty  He visits Three Forks every Friday  to accommodate customers in that  town. ��� f  The Dominion Geological party has  found the average depth of the lake  to be 800 feet. In two places 900 feet  was sounded, at the point opposite the  mill and at the big bluff below Four  Mile.  J. Findley, representative of the B.  C. Iron Works, Vancouver, is now  stationed here for some time to come.  Mr. Fiiidley will personally visit all  parties desirous of doing business with  his firm upon application. t  Fox and'Daisy claims to Porter Bros,  for $15,000. SI, 000 was paid down.  These claims.are on the south fork of  Kaslo creek, about five miles from  the railroad. A well,defined ledge,  12 feet in width can be traced across  the two properties. About $800 worth  of assessment work has been done  and two feet of clean ore brought in  sight. Porter Bros, intend to work  the properties vigorously and will  commence by putting the trail in  good condition.  The Windsor Restaurant  New Denver, B. O.  Spring-or Creek to the Front.  Springer creek so far has taken the  lead for richness in the many discoveries reported from down the lake.  Every ledge carries gold and in suffi  cient*quantities to more than pay for  the cost of shipping the ore. D. Sutherland lately made a location on Robinson creek, a branch on the left side  of Springer, and about two and one-  half miles from the lake. It is an  extension on one staked by J.Clarke.  Howard West assayed five samples  of the rock on Monday, and obtained  these startling figures���774�� oz.silver  and $105 in gold. .  ft J. H. WERELEY,  New Denver. B. C,  RAS in stock Millinery, Hosiery, Ladies' Underwear. Dress Goods, etc,  A larsj-e quantity of House Lining at very low  l��rices.  Call and inspect the Stock;  R. S. WILSON,  1 C  ���THE-  SLOCAN TAILOR  Sixth street, New Denver.  RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.  Everything in First Class Order.  Meals Served at all Hours.  Best of Attention to Customers.   ^^=^ JACOBSON & Co  THREE FORKS. : SILVERTON  HHJ3STTEFL <& 3^oK:iisrisro3sr^  : o :  Dealers in:  Groceries,  Provisions,   Dry  Goods,  and nining Supplies.  "lOTEril^ERTONr  SILVERTON, B. C.  GOOD Rooms. Dining Room furnished with the best in  the Market. Stables in connection with the House.  The Bar has all the choicest Liquors in use in the Kootenay  District.  New Denver, B. C.  OOTS and Shoes made to order.   First-class  work.   Imperial Calf for fine shoes.   French  Goods specially adapted for Miners' and Prospectors' use.   Goods warranted not to rip for one year  DOCTOR  J.  E. BROUSE,  W. E. HAET, Prop  NEW DENVER, B. C.  PHYSICIAN  AND  Bonded for a Big Sum.  The Athabasca, about three miles  from Nelson, owned by Neelands,  Bailey and others has been bonded  to Teague & Rablin, of Yale, for  $50,000.    It is a gold proposition.  Heavily   Capitalized.  The Mount Hood Consolidated  Mining Company was incorporated in  Spokane last week with a capital  of 11,000,000. That city is named as  the principal olace of business. The  trustees are F. C. Bellamy, W. W  McCalley, Lane C. Gilliam, Harry  Munson and George Dozils. The purposes are to own and operate mining  properties in the United States and  British Columbia.  New Denver,  SURGEON.  B. C  DEALER S I2ST :  *~^Zr>-  Bonttod. ior   *8i5,O00.  Youill Bros, have bonded the Black  New Denver.  Assay Price List:  Gold, Silver, or Lead, each  ��1.50  Gold, Silver and Lead, combined  3 00  Gold and Silver      .   2 00  Silver and Lead.... '..  2 00  Copper (by Electrolysis)  2 06  Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead.  4 00  Goid and Copper.  -     2 50  ���Silver'and Copper  2 50  Gold, Silver and Copper .............. 3 00  Platinum............. ................ 5 00  Mercury...  2 00  iron or Manganese..;..........-.;........     '  2 00  Lime. Magnesium, Barium, Silica, Sulphur, each..   2 00  Bismuth, Tin, Cobalt, Nickel, Antimony,  Zinc, and Arsenic, each  4 00  Coal (Fixed Carbon, Volatile Matter, Ash,  and percentage  of  Coke, if Coking  Coal):. ..................; ... 4 00  Terms:  Cash With .Sample.  June 20th, 1895.  DICK,  Assayer and Analyst  And  Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Hardware,  Boots and Shoes,  s of Goods re  Miners and Prospectors.  Postofflce and Money Order Office; in Connection age :-"0,  THE-LEBOE.  NEW,' DENVER   VS.   NAKUSP.  How Our Local  Nine  Lost  Their .Gams'  ' ' of" Bas.clinll.  Editor of Ledge:  sir,���Perhaps the following notes  upon the recent game of baseball at  Nakusp, between the teams above  mentioned, may be of interest '������o  some of your readers." If not, then  I am certain the poem appended  will be :  New Denver hearing that Nakusp  had little practice together, and expecting to meet a very ordinary  average nine, anticipated a victory  on the 1st. They soon discovered  that to win thev would have to exert  their utmost, as Nakusp had secured  tlie services of an ex-professional  curve-pitcher, besides having three  or four others hard to beat in this  country -at-their position's.  ���Wo had had no practice batting  against curves and everyone was  puzzled by thc ability and control of  the pitcher. Our fielding and knowledge of the game was evidently  superior to theirs. At the commencement of the game T. Henderson was  in the box with Murphy behind"the  bat. Murphy in throwing to , first  base, mistook- the coach standing*  near for the ;baseman, and ,a wild  throw cost us dear.  At this period,   George  Davis took  the pitcher's bos, and in the remain  ins* five   innings   each   side   made  eight runs.  The ground was a very tough one,  the rhj-ht and left field being full of  stumps. The first base ��� was several  feet higher than the home plate, and  tiie third base was right up against  Abricl's store.  N. D; MOOKE, Pres:  R. McFERRAN, Sec'v  m4?    H  CGKGENTRATOR, THREE FORKS, 8. 0. ���  Mining    and '   Miners'    Supplies  ESP Hav and Grain in Car Lots to the Trade.  axSEilk)  . i%. nnioH  5SE:*,  Jbsi  ���aKsng] anpa  ��'rl�� Ml  ���  :   "general merchant, ���  rS prepared to sell all Lines of Goods Cheaper than ever  ���   , before. ���-���'',  CASKV AI"   TliK  HAT.  It loojovt extremely rocky for the Boston nine that  '- ���   day; .' -. -       . ���-.���������;; /��� \' --   "."' '���'���."  The scare stood two to lour'. with but nn inning-.?  . ��� ..left to play.   ..'..'���  S3, when Gqonoy died   at -second-, and Burrows  did the same.  A pallor wreathed the; features vof the patrons of  ���  the game.;  A-straggling few'got 'up to'/go .leaving., there the  . 'reist, ���   '',   -���'-..*'' ������',. ��� /.������//"  With .that hope, which- springs elernar within the  human breast,��� ;���  For they  thought:   "Jf. only Casey ".'could get a  .,     whack at that,''.-'.' ���'  They'd put; up even money now, with Casey at  . .' ���   tlie bar.     : *'/  'Bat.Fly nn pieecded Casey, and likewise so did  Blake,  A::d the f.a-:m;!- w;ua oudd'n', trail the latter was a  -   fake.   '   ' .       " .-  Sj on that stricken  niuIUtiidc a. deathlike .vSlence.  .    sat,-     ���  For Iticii? :-i-i'iM. d but lit lie chance of Ca.---cy 'sge;  ' ling to the bat.  But Fly-in it.-t di-ive a "single,-' to tiie wonderment  /Wall.  And ihe much-despised Biakcy  "tore the cover off  tliol.a-*.'"       ,.     ..'.-'*���  And when the dust had  liiied. -and they saw what  ., bad- occurred,     '  There was BiakVy site at second, and Fiynn :.-  ht-ggin* third.  There was ease in Casey's manner as he stepped  - into his place. ',"/.,-:.  There was pride in Casey's- bearing- and a smile oh  ��� Casey's-face; .      '   /���������.'/������  And when responding to   the cheers he lightly  (lofl-e.fl bis hat   .  Xo stranger in the crowd could doubt 'twas Casey  at the bat.  Ten thousand eyes wcr.2 on h:m as he rubbed his  hands with dirt,  Five thousand longae'-; appliuded who he rubbed  them on his shirt;  Then when ihe writhing pitcher  ground thc bail  into his hip  Defiance glanced in Casey's eye, a sneer curled  Casey's lip.  And now the leather-covered sphere came hurtling  through theaJr,  An'Cosey stood a-wat.'liin' it in haughty grandeur there.  Clo.-.e by tlie sturdy batsman thc ball unheeded  sped;  "That ain't my style,'' said Casey. "Strike one,."  thc umpire said. ���  From tlie benches, black with people, there went  up a.muffled roar.  Like the beating of storm waves on the stern and  distant shore; '-  .      ."  ���'Kill him! kill the umpire!" shouted someone on  t'-'-e stand;  And it's likely they'd .have killed him had not  Casey raised his hand. .   '  With a smile of Christian charity great Casey's  visage shone;  He stilled the rising tumult, he made thc,game go'f r~-  \ spoil; , . I  He signalled to the pitcher, "and- once more the I  spheroid flew; j  But Casey still ignored it and the umpire said jj  "Strike two."  "Fraud!" cried the maddened thousands, and rhe  echo answered "Fraud!" . ������ ��� -  But one scornful look from Casey  and the audi- j . r  ieiK-e waived; ���       ' .   HTHIS Hotel, under liew management, is tne of the best in  They saw his face grow stern and cold, they saw     h ' o 1 --in  his muscles strain,     " ' ���e connkry. ' The Rooms  are   comfortable  and the  And they knew that Casey wouldn't lot the'baii go Din|ilCT Room contains the best the market afforcls.    Don't  OV ��L��' 1111. �� ^^ * *'  .'  '   .     ���    ,,.,., ��      miss it when you ffO'to the Forks.  The sneer is gone irom Casey'.3 lips, his teeth arc l " ~  clenched in hate,  He pounds with cruel vengeance his bat upon the  plate;  And now the pitcher hold-j the ball, and now he  let;* ifc go, ���  And now the air is shattered by the force of Casey's  blow.  SAVE YOUR ilONEY  if you buy your Goods  from him at  o.  Ol HVSQWll  THREE- FORKS,   B.- O.   -:0:         .    ���. ���  Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is  shining bright,  The band ��� is playing somewhere, and somewhere  hearts are light;  And somewhere men   are   laughing, and some  ...   ���  ��� where-children shout,  But there is no joy iii Boston: mighty Casey ha  struck out. : ���      ���  Yours "truly;"  LOWES & CLAIR, Proprietors  Certificate Of Improvements. I    Application for Liquor License.  7-JOTiCE is hereby given' that thirty days after  NOTICE  i \| u-J.'iUJ-i-is nereoy given wiat tmrcy uays airer  f OUDOUN Mineral Claim.���Situate in the Slocan    n    dafe, I intend to'apply lo the Gold Commis-  \j   Minim.-; Division of  We^t  Kootenay District,   sioner for a license  to soil spirituous liquors at the  Where located: At the confluence of Sandon and | town of Cody Creek, West Kootenay, British Col-  Car'--enter creek5-. ! umhia.  Take notice that  f, J. M. Harris N ). 51,9:17, Cor '   J. M. WINTER  nivs'If, and asai^eul for G. M. Spront. freeniiner'f-       Dated at New Denver, B. C, this 18th day of  '���ertitfeatv' No. frf^n, intend, sixty days from the j June, 18!'.">.  dale hereof, to at-piy to the Cold Oonnhissioner for  m  a certilieate of improvement?;, for tiie ]>urppse of  obtaining a Cro\vn grant of the.above claim. . ���  And'. further take notice, that adverse cla.in.s  ust-be'-sent to the Gold 'Commissioner and action  commenced before the issuance of such certificate.  of imnrovement--.  "" Dated this 13th-day of May, lS9f\ ,    .' "  '���.������-:V ,.?:"���. :"������������   -'-'.-.-,,"1"  ���    JVM.'HARKIS:  May/1'?.-".-;'.'- '  ;'  'M!  ammm  m  (  Notice to the Fiiblic^  Player.  /���"������pi ���**<*-  te of ���  NOTICE.  . The customs rece ipts in Rossland  aniotinted. last moiiti^to.f^^ ��� . .''���..  .^ '  ���    .-. .   . .,- '   :   ��� n   IAEADjiAN Jiineral Claim. --Situate m the Slocan  the provincial revenue  tO Upwards' Off ��.A   mining division of the. West Kootenay Dis  ��s,6bd.   -; : ;, - ���,������.;.'  0-��� QTAGES  Leave Kaslo- and   Three Forks.:for  O , either place, every morning at 8 o'clock ..-:  li  II  M     0      Xl   v' 8' A * S'' I N i H H' V  muk ji yMliuiUilll  ���ti-ict, B. C Where located: -Between the Bonanz  Kinir and T'exas, on north' side of east fork of Car-,  pen tor creek. ���,���'���'������'..  Take notice that I, Charles ;E.; Perry,''as   agent  for Robinson- Morton Sherman, -free miner's eertifi-.  c  of  ca te of imjjrovwncnts for the purpo.  a Crown grant to the niiove claim.  g^.      j   : And   further, take notice  that  adverse  claims  | sf{j-   must he sent to the Gold Commissioner and action.  U j|  I commenced before the issuance of such cei-titicafe  t�� j of imnrovements.   !-  Dated this MOth dav of Mav. 1W5.  CHARLES E. PERRY  tor itoimison Morton siiermauj-jree miner\s cerun-.  ca.tc No..-o3,78J5, intend, ��0 days from the date hereof, to apply to the Gold ..Commissioner for a certiii-  ca'tc of imiirovemciit-3 for the purpose of-obtaining  (LIMITED.).  W."E3:OLjE!S-A.IjEI  Satis  a.  '/IS'  A. J. SCQT1  Manager  Jd  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIQE.  ANCOUVER. MOUNTAIN   BOOMER   AND  nin?-n ���rje-sg~rn*\  n  nrsrmsirnn   rvrANCOUVER. MOUNTAIN   BOOMER   A^D  mM otALtSS 8i STAT ONERS,. V ..^^K��^^p^m^situ^i.,t^  v u.m-4   nvnnb.ii.^j j MiningDivismn of \v���est-Kootenay District. Where  Vancouver,. B.  C.  I  rou**^  M^.e  ��  Then .from' 'the gladdened mu'ditudo went up a'i,  joyous yell.  It runii.I-'d in the-.'mountain   toj.s, it rattled m the j  .   (iw.i.j;  It;: truck up-m the hillside-and'-rebounded on the  i'ai.;  For '(.V..--cy, mighty  C.isoy, was ^advancing, to the  SOLE AGENTS FOR :  located:   Adjoining one another on south side of  Fon'r Mile creek, Sl-X'an .Lake.      .  Take, notice'that I, Herbert T. Twigg, as agent  for Edward Mahon, free miner's certificate No. 51,  !��3], and.Honrv L. Mahon, free miner's certificate  No. .">i,.'*18. inteiici, sixtv days from the date hereof,  to ar>j.*lv to tlie Gold Cbmniissioner for certificates  of improvements', for the imrjjose of obtaining a  Crown "-rant of each of the abOA'e chums.  ping Paper and Twine.  Mail Orders receive prompt attention,  Dated this 19th dav of Mav, 1895:  HERBERT T. TWIGG  Mav 23,1S95.    - "  THREE -FORKS.. B. .0.  Best   Furnished  Rooms  in the City.  r 7  T. NORQUAY, Prop Second Year,  Page 3  ��&  JOURNALISTIC    B   RETARD.  Kit��'7w-xrig-Tig.''jrw-,-v^i<ii ifsMXir  THE GATEWAY OF THE FAMOUS SLOGAN MINES.  SUPPLY POINT TO THE RICH CARIBOO CREEK CAMP.  GOLD, SILVER, AND MICA MINES CLOSE AT HAND,  XJ  T  Upwards of Two Thousand Papers Died  3La.s.fc i'ear.  Ro well's Newspaper Directory for  1S95 has been issued, and contains |  an immense amount of useful information and sta tistical lore. The  preface states that in 1894 the directory catalogued 20,169 newspapers.  Of these ,2,133 have since died, leaving' 18,036. '.,-.���. The present directory  contains 20,395 newspapers, 2,359 of  which are new or appear for the first  time.  Taken in comparison with the  directory of 1893-���issued just before  the panic came���the lesson is even  more forcible. Washington has seen*  tough times in the last two years,  for in 1893 253 papers were published  but this year only 225 arc in existence. Idaho fell from 58 papers to  57: Montana rose from 90 to 91.  Oregon came down from 191 to 189.  British Columbia from 29 to 25. Even  in Massachusetts 49 publications  withered, faded and fell away.  When  one turns   to' Spokane the  directory's description seems funny at  first���"supply -point for the mining  districts cf Colvilie and Coeurd'Alene''  has a mealy,   mellow flavor of long  ago, when Trail creek was unheard  of,   Boundary    creek   a wilderness,  the Slocan , a  worthless region, and  the    Metalline,     Newport,     Libby,  Okanogan, White Pine, Salmon Rivery  Cleveland and  other districts  were  not worth counting at all.    But this  is soon forgotten  as one searches for  the killed, captured and  missing for  two eventful years.  ''Spokesman; every   morning ex-1  *  cept-Monday; and weekly, Thursdays, The report of the geological' survey  is riot there now. Neither is the of previous stones for the United  ������Daily Mail.    The Dailv Hotel Repor-  States for  the   calendar vear 181)4, I Whi  Headquarters of the  Nakusp & Siocan Railway.  A   VERY-   LA'RG  ^A  Saw  For Prices of Desirable Property and Particulars, Apply, To  B^S^STZ^Z  nsoostg  U3KSB*.  7  Agents for  the Nakusp Land and Improvement Company,  02'CORDOVA STREET, -      .     VANCOUVER  C  Intercolonial again sshows a surplus,  its earnings being $2,987,510, and its  expenses $2,981,671.15, leaving a  surplus of $5,838. Canada has now  spent on railways the sum rot  $136,403,775. Of,that sum $97,075,338  has been expended by the Govern,  ment in the construction of railways,  and the balance in subsidies.  s  Amei-icii:! Pi\.clous Sio-ies.  at*'  8 1   F^\   I ^5  '��  STAKUSP.  *t ir&.vi p Mr-!  k \  t�� V1?   M J/  B. 0;  ter  has joined  the majority.     Tiie  Daily Citizen did not get into the list  at  all.     One; misses the Industrial | last .week.     The   principal develop  World;-.the Real' Estate ^Record; the  Washington ������ Erideavorer; Vestens  Skanclinav; the Temperance Magazine; the Spokancan; the Critic; the  compiled by Special Agent George J. j  King of New York,   was made public  ineuts of the year are summarized as  follows:  The finding of a lOg karat diamond  at Dowagiac,   Mich.,   the developing  Patriotic American; the Hillvard of a new ruby mine near Franklin.  Herald; the Hillvard Spokesman; N C,; the finding of emeralds at  Der Hausbesucher; and others or, Mitchell peak and near Earl station,  which one -can't quite recall the N. 0. The rumor that circulated in  names, though they meant well  The American Pope and the. Spokane  Opinion are still there.  ; 0:1 ���a'ala's   Riilwavs.  There is now 15,768 miles of railway completed in Canada. This is  an increase of 443 miles over last  year. The paid-up capital of these  railways amounts' to '.^887,975,020..  The gross earnings for this year are  149,552,528.14, and the --working expenses aggregated |35,218,433. The  net earnings were ^14,334,095. The  various roads carried during the year  14,462.493 passengers, a n. increase of  844,471 over the previous year. .The  freight traffic, however, fell off. to  the extent  of 1,282,483 tons.     Tlie  the year of tne discovery of brilliant  diamonds at Mount Edgerome, near  Sitka, Alaska, was proved on investigation to be without foundation.  Sapphire deposits are reported 25  miles west.-of Phillipsburg, Mont.,  1403 acres iii extent'. A new locality  of true'emeralds was also found near  Baker ville,' N. C. A big output is  predicted upon development of  the vein. ...'.'���'.  ha II P  Tnolvu Mmw Pi) I JOHN W. GRAHAM & Co.,  IIS if. U. JUbiyii fflilii UU,| ,���<������.���:  Dealers  iu  Pianos,  Organs,  Musicians'   Sup-1Books' Stationery, Office Supplies,  plies, Sewing" Machines, and  Supplies.  SPOKANE, - - WASH.  and "Wall Paper.  j Groat EiiHtevn liiovk.  SPOKANE, WASH.  n  i "-n J"  ��W  Li t!  Vi- to& f -  il Oi hhm^ hy 8 lL  ARROW LAKE,  jSnown-c'i for tl.e oecormriociaii.-m  of .urc^0  i   Rates, ft 2.50 to S2..10 per day. Liiifhs  2 5  eo:nts each,  oi*  5 for !$i.    Fjr  further  inirtieulars write to nienruijrietoiT.  Un.  V  ^jEf  iNak&iso  ! Sawmill.  DAWSON. CRADDOC  I LJjAVrN&plnral some new  ;k & c.) I   ii    Machinery in our JIM.  >,  !. *-'-m.  Coal has been  discovered near the  town of North port.  ���Application ior Liquor License.  iw a \t   li  l w wV^-.tu-j  N m��:itSP i������ O''  WHE unrter^ig- icd iuteii'l io np;-!y to the.Bf.ij)eiKli- I rp,;.,  X    ury M-.i-.'.- '���ir.i'w of NV'e-i; Kjctti.iay Dj'sU'ic-i., it.r i l'r<  itli.'Cif-��j i.j .<eii Ij-.[Uoi' by r^Uiii o.i tiieir jjiciiiiics  in Sjnd-j.i, Kiuv.i n- me K^otvi.iai Huu^i.  . .lAttud. lit zs'L-.'.id Jii, J UilC "iOiiS. i<'.j;'t.  JOHN*T.MOOKE,  f OxMFORTABLE Robins, Good -Meal? j}?\���y ,  v   and Careful  Attention  to Guesfc i-^i.'./V/J/x fr $ ,-, �����  :.'.. ���"���*"''    ������   '.j "  makes this Hotel, popular with the j v i-hn ���OuHinir,-' ,?  jwc are pvciKirod to fui'ni.sli  all'kinds of ftoiigh.:.c-md...Di,es--  sec'I'Liiinbo?:' a;r>d . ShiD^les ar  greatly reduced Prices;  "'���" .PRICE LIST*:   ������'.';  ��� Rouii'ii L-r.mher, tnrnriv,  '*   '��� " \vt(ie.  Joi-t ;<!'.(! .Se:\jiilh^;-;-.-;i/o('i u;i to  iveling Public.  mes.4d. a. McDougald, prop  k*,':  I- r.>i"iC,  ���  .1       UJ  ���^���J  0b tp ���:..-.' ('�����  to  'vil on  ��� i."> 00  '   >.2'i> (!'>  ?Z2 <.'���'  '      >22 fi*>  >'i'.l CO  .  ��� --vi-L ( P  ��� til'.' Of'  Siirl:Kvfl.Drc^e(.'  A J'her,'-.! (li ccur.t cm ir.rire onler.--? for'CriPh.'  PETER GENELLE h Co. ^Zt-\^t:^il  Tir~.;K'.;-v.V3;^r!r-'-"^  ,^^Mi^^mrmssrmKrr  Page 8.  THE   LEDGE.  Second Year  MIXING RECORDS,  Recorded at Xew Denver, for the week ending-  July 30, 1805  TKAXSFKKS.  J K Owen to M L^iidrisrari-���I in Sapphire and A  in Gem, on November 7. Recorded July t>; amount  M Landrijran to C W Harrington���A11 interest  iu Sapphire and Gem, on J uly <J. "Keeorded J uly 6;  amount, s^KtO.  AGliKEMKNT.  F Cox agree.-- to hold } in St John and Idaho till  February i,-i8!)U,'per  certain deal Ix'tweeu N  D  '-.Moore and A E Humphreys-, on January 17.   Recorded July 10. ; .  ASSESSMENTS.  Lorn a Doonc and Eagle/No 2���July-1, by M R  W Ratlibourue.  Minnehaha and M^orning-���July   1, by IT Mann,  Minneapolis, Rushford, and Duluth���July 5, by  P M Hayes.  Rockland���July 5, hy G LeDuke.  New Denver and Clifton���July :���>, by J Karris.  Ephraim���July 5, A McPhee.  Mazcppa���July 8, T R Sander?.  Idaho No 2���July 8. by ,W F McCulloc.li.  Xancy Hanks No 2���July 8, by W Tiiomlinson.  Kydia���July 10. by W Anderson.  Fisher Maiden and Silverton No 2��� July 10, by  A A Webb.  r.OCATTOXS.  Corkscrew���North fork of Carpenter. Julv 4, bv  E B Harding.  Corker���Same.by D McBeth.  Empreas���Near Four Mile creek lakes, July 4,  ���hy W Valentine.  Free Gold���North fork Lemon creek, July 4, by  A F Thompson.  Columbia No 0���On Ten Mile, July 5, by C Ayl-  xv m.  Sunrise No 5���On Spring-er creek, July 5, by L  Keith.  Forlorn Hopo���Same, July 8, by W L Callanan.  Republic No 2, American Eagle and Bell No 2���  Twelve Mile and Springer divide, July 8, by D  Sutherland and J Montgomery.  Col bey���South fork of Carpenter, July 8, by W  Sudrow.  Pacific���North of Sandon, J uly 8, by A Macuon-  ahl.  0 lean���South fork of Cody, July 8, by D McLennan.  Independence���On Ten Mile, July 8, by G W  Bartiott.  Venture���Adjoining Independence, Jnty 8, by  D J Croiini.  Home Run���Adjoining Mow.teh, July 8, by N  K Franklin.  IV gh Ore No .'3���North fork of Carpenter, July 8  by <j Ausi.in.  Pass By���On Springer creek, July 0, by Max  Ikvkmann.  Sundown���Siime, by C Faa^.  . TreadwoU���On Lemon creek, yame.  .LI Hung- Chang-���North fork of Lemon, July 0,  y W.H Crawford.  /Bunker Hiii-On Gold creek, July 9, by H L Ar-  ��� nold.  -..v.,.-. ������-������'.'  Mojavc��� On Springer creek, Julv 9, by A Steward..   ".-...-���'...    '',.,"'���  ��� Rubicon���On Granite mountain, July 9, by D  Me.K-eiixie.'  ���.".-'  Crystal Lode���Head of -Howscm creek, Jul-. 9, by  AD'Coplcn.    :  Lone B ichelor���Sout-i fork of Carpenter; July  V.", by G-A Petty. '. ��� ..������.������     "���  Portland No 4���Near Three Forks. July 10. bv  E T'Williams; '���' '.'  .        :     *  . Hustler Fraction���Same, by E. Harrop,  "Darlington���South fork"of Carpenter, July 10,by  T ihirteau and F Lemeuix.  '.-������' Assayer���On Ten. Mile, July 10, by F Dick, J  Ry am E Shannon, and A MeGilli very.  Detroit-���Confluence of Howson and Carpenter.  Julv.iO, by G Goiniely.  The Silver King people will  ei  ertls  TBo Le  aii ore house at Nelson, of 10,003 tot s  capacity.  Cant. Holden has been appointed  postmaster here, vice Bourne Bros.,  resigned. ':  The C. P. 11. telegraph wires have  been restrung to the new office in the  Teasdale block.  Decidedly inclement weather kill  ed the moonlight excursion billed for  Friday night last.  The Dominion Government has reinstated W. S Jones as customs officer at the boundary.  Sandon is still on the boom. Three  hotels are running and two more are  in course of construction.  Paul Carrington, a well known  character in the district,dropped dead  at Nelson on Wednesday.  The little steamer Red Star is being  transferred from Okanagan lake to  do service on Kootenay lake.  New Denver and Kaslo will compete for supremacy on the baseball  diamond here at the end of the month.  The C   P. ,R will commence the  construction of a new bridge across  J^or  the  Columbia,   at  Revelstoke,   this  fall.  The Brunette sawmills  and Laid-  law's cannery, at New Westminster,  have been burned, with a total loss of  $150,000.  . A far'-ous ��*ale raged on the lake  Thursday. The W. Hunter had the  hardest passage of ihe season from  Silverton.  ng-ftra ���   tarn  ,JLj  Front Street, Kaslo.  iifti II i ile GoMtry  Dry Goods, Carpets, House Furnisbmgs,  Gents' Furnishings, Clothing;- Hats,  " Boots & Shoes. Tents and Blankets  |��r-H- **���  tacSan  ta  ���c  , Is the Metropolis of th  Slocan District, and  e  "���XT  CHOICE  BUSINESS AMD RESIDENCE LOTS  h  Investors wih consult their own  Interests bv consulting  J. K. Owens, representing Fraser  & Chalmers, of Chicago, manufacturers of mining machinery, is once more  in the camp.  , Messrs. Thomlinson, "Sheran, Cameron and McLennan left this morning"  on a tour of inspection among the  lower lake discoveries.  The  dispute  regarding- tlie Cody  creek townsite  has been settled.   AS  survey is to be made at once and a  Crown grant applied for.  Thursday evening a public-meeting  was held in the C.P.R. telegraph office, for the election of school trustees.  Ca.pt. Estabrooks and Messrs. Pyman  and Mclnnes were selected.  The Na k usp basebal 1 boys a sser t  that they will plav the Denver club  for any sum from "��50 to tl,000. As  the former have not been beaten they  decline to play outside their own  grounds.  The regular monthly meeting, of  On ia-south of Four .Mile, July io, by w b the band was held Saturday evening,  Youu.ii-. ���*��� i        and showed affairs, to be in a flourish  ing condition. The secretary-treasurer reported the/receipts still in excess of the expenditures. .**'������'..  Rev. Mr. Love preached his first  sermon here on Sunday evening and  was greeted with a large congregation. While his subject -matter was  good, the great length of utterance  some what kil led his effort. Brevity  is a jewel  ST.  New Denver, B. C.  NEW DENVER, B. C.  1*1  .ling ..  Will find all the'.���.".���comforts.'! of a  home at this Hotel.  e  LEDGE'CROPP  ���so.  n^Gb  ir*i  ���ires in the house were acceptable  last weel  Connty Court wi 11 be held at Rev-  clstoke on August'2.  High water is interrupting the telegraph along the upper Arrow lake.  E. Hesketh and familv have removed from Nakusp to Three Forks.  Born.���In New Denver, on the 9th  .hist., Mrs. E. Shannon, of a daughter.  The new church organ has been  shipped to the tabernacle at Three  Forks.  A Coylen left on Tuesday, to*look  after his mining interests ' at Trail  creek.  Are, lawe  and , airv, and hav  recently been beautified bv the  latest designs in wall paper, ..'..-,  Is. supplied with the best the  market affords, and the cuisine  is very superior.  4%k  ^53  Is., stooked   with the   choicest  brands  of  wines, ..liquor's,  and  cigars.  STEGE & WINTER, PROPS  e<  II.  .        ��  "J3A RR^STE'R  h  yOLTCITOR 'ami Notary Public.  New Denver, B. C  i i  Slocan '.Mining .Division.  rpRADEES'ami  Teamdor  Ciee-^o'. &c, for tlio  1    --ix months eii;Iin��-DoeomborSI^t, arcHO"sV(lue    /~* ��\ WT/^ ����O Q f*$\H   1  anclravriblc at niv ofric;-. Xew Do.uve*-. if   fig    i��H\ 4%T 8    IIh    ��  '   A i W   Qi^ tj A '��� TP v*   < a fv IS   1 is h   a ��� H k  xS' &W V ��� j �� v n . ��� H  p.  pzmz  OXJ2^:H!S  TWIO.G,  a an  NEW;pEKVKR,~I?. C  Provincial Land Purveyor  M.TX1T-RAL Claim:-, Mines. Timber KriUt:, etc,  in.   ?m vevt-(i.  t!p=  %-JL  %r  ���^i  ���A^-r.-.e. R. S. M., Loiidoii. Eiiiz-.  Assayer-' and   Mineralogist-  tfifProuiv-t return on all paiih Ks.    ....

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