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 l?-__#T5_H_a'_^SK_^___________^*i;^  m ���  _���..-'     .a^fttfcAw^i.S.^i  n.nTi^.1   n^a^i>*tt&��S~^ripctn*&��a.^i���^S�����_ f . im ii*i_ ^���~Jr^S_5<ii_^^iA���iault^it��&��  __^!i_~_1__^_7ra4aga-__s___a^  ?'��� \  |V  li/;  ^S-SSSfr^i  Vol  IV.-���No. 37.  NEW DENVER, B. C,  JUNE 10, 1897.  Price $2.00 a Year.  TUNNEL, SHAFT, DUMP  Latest Returns from the Mines and  Prospects of the Silvery Slocan.  PREPARED    FOR    MINING   MEN  The Argo will ship ore this month.  The"Wonderfnl is. shipping: a ear of  ore a week.  Work has been commenced on the  Canadian group.  ' The Ruth is shipping 14 cars of  concentrates a week.  It is expected that the ledge on the  Pcilmeta will be struck this week.  Pour men are working the. Fairy  Queen, nearly opposite the Neepawa.  The Ivanhoe has resumed operations with Phil Hickey as superintendent.     ������,-������;...  A large quantity of supplies were  packed to the Kalispell on Ten Mile,  last week.  Work is being done on the Deiiio-  ���'������ crat, a property near the Alamo and  Idaho mines.  ^    The Evening Star and Keystone, on  *the North fork of Carpenter creek, are  to be Crown granted.  R. N. Clay has a rrived from Taco  ma and will develop some claims he  has adjoining the Crusade^  , The Royal Star on the south side of  Ten Mile, shows a six foot ledge with  galena mixed through it.  In the last five feet of the winze on  the Edmonton the paystreak has  widened from one to eight inches.  Another ledge was found on the  Wakefield last week. It was discovered while excavating for an ore  house.  The Kokance Mining Co , of Vancouver are sending in supplies via  Ten Mile to their properties ; upon  Kokanee creek.  Messrs. Bell-Irving aiid Bremner  are going to Nelson to-day io see the  Gold Commissioner about money for  the wagon road along Four Mile  creek.  to look into several properties they  contemplate purchasing for eastern  capitalists. They were after wet ore  prospects only.  WE WILL CELEBRATE.  AT   THE   CURI-IE.  While digging a trench for water  pipes; ac the Currie on the Galeiri  Farm last week an unknown ledge  was brought,into sight. It is a short  distance from the old shaft and is not  yet defined, although asurface 25x55  feet has been exposed. The ore runs  over 100 ounces in silver and is lip to  the limit in lead. The strike has  caused much excitement and its further development will be watched with  interest. It is intended to run a drift  from the old shaft to tap it further  down and the water is now being  pumped out for that purpose. Twenty  power drills and a duplex compressor  are to be put in action on this property  in the new workings. With the acldi  tion of an electric light and other improvements the Galena Mines Co.  will soon have the best equipped mine  in the Slocan.  Bought the Hot Springs.  New Denverites Preparing:  for a  Good Time Dominion Day.  Dr. Brett, of Banff, has purchased  the 'Halcyon,.- Hot Springs on Arrow lake from Sanderson & Lay for a  price slightly in advance of $20,000.  He will spend $40,000 upon the property, which will make it one of the  greatest health resorts in North America. - -:������ ' ':'��� . /��� ' '-, ��� '.  I_OCAI_   BREVITIES.  Five men are driving a  the Mount Mabel and  the lead in 30 davs.  tunnel on  expect to tap  The stock of  placed on  the  this property is to be  Toronto market.  Haifa dozen teams are hauling  supplies from the lake up Ten Mile.  At the end of the wagon road Dan  O'Ray has a pack train of seven animals busily employed.  James Currie and his partners are  extending the trail. from the West-  mount over the summit to Granite  creek. This will enable them to  work their properties on Lone lake.  Parties interested in the Le Roi at  Rossland, are negotiating to purchase  the Mabau and Ohio for $65,000.  These properties are owned by Kirk-  wood, McKinnon, Grant. Wells and  Tunks,and are situated between the  Enterprise and Bondholder groups.  The Royal Five is the name of a  claim recently staked by T. M. Rae  and his partner. It is about three  miles from New Denver, on the. lake  shore, and about 200 yards below the  railroad track. The ledge is two feet  wide and assays show $18 in gold  and 1G7 ounces in silver.  Dr W. H. Montague, of Ottawa, in  company with Dr." Carroll,   of Van  couver,   were in New Denver this  week, and made atrindown the lake  R. 0. Matheson has opened his drug  store in Silverton.  County Court will be helcl in New  Denver on July 29.  Sandon is making great preparations for the Jubilee celebration.;  Clarence Teasdale is thinking of  changing his building on Sixth street  into an hotel.  Sheriff Robinson went to Slocan City  yesterday to look, after some of his  customers.  Over $7,500 was taken in at the  New Denver record office during the  month of May.  WoW_ will be commenced on the  new Slocan Hospital as soon as the  lumber arrives.  John Fox, from Dundas, Ontario,  has bought a lot on Sixth street and is  erecting a store building thereon.  Grundy, the Duck Lake postmaster,  who was shot by Almighty Voice, was  a brother-in law of Ed. Shannon's.  A public meeting will be held at  the Government office this evening at  7:30 p.m. to consider the selection of  a school site.  Keno Jack fell off a steamer on the,  Columbia the-other night and was  drowned. He was one of the pioneers  of Nelson town. ;  Every Denverite ought to fee) himself duty bound to lend every aid  possible toward making Dominion  Day celebration a success.  W. E Ostrander, of the Colorado  State Sampling Works, was in town  this week. He will probably build a  residence in New Denver.  Rev. R. N, PoweU arrived in  yesterday to take charge of the Meth  hodist church in New Denver. Mr.  Robins will be stationed at Slocan  City. Rev. Powell has recently returned from the West Indies.  COMMITTEES ALREADY AT WORK  Saturday evening' a representative meeting of  the citizens.of New Denver was hold in the Williamson, hlofck for the purpose of dicu3sing the advisability of holding'a celchration on July lst,and  mapping out the best plan of going: about it to  make it a success. 1 he meeting was well attended and great interest was manifested,������ it being the  unanimous verdict that New Denver would celebrate, and in the grandest manner possible. Alter  this had been settled and su.gges-ions made regarding the getting up of the affair, the meeting  ���adjourned to Monday evening.  On reconvening Monday evening the attendance was general and renewed interest was shown.  Without further ado committees were appointed  to take the matter in hand and at once push the  thing to a successful termination.  H. 0. Alexander was made permanent chairman or president, and H. M. Walker, secretary.  Committees were named as follows:  General���Messrs. Fihucane, Fauquier, Beers,  Knox, J. Aylwin, Gibbs. D. Walker, Alexander.  VV. Taylor, H. M. Walker, A. Mclnnes, R.  Thompson and McLeod. *?,.*,'  On Transportation���Messrs. Finiicane, Lowery  and Thomlinson.  On Grounds���J.-Avlwin, W. II. Gibbs and D.  Walker.  On Sports���Messrs. Fa urjuier, AV. Tayl or,Beers,  J. Aylwin, D. Walker, Gibbs and Alex n ler.  On Subscription���-Messrs. Mclnnes, W Taylor,  McLeod, Knox and Alexander.  Oil Advertising���R. Thompson, W. P. Evans  and H. H. Knox.  On Ball���C. F. NoU-on, TI. J. Pvman and W.H.  Gibbs.  These.committees are at work in their various  departments and, although little has. been done  thus far, yet it is promised that this celebration  will lie unsurpassed for sport and pleasure. Sandon, Slocan City, Silverton, Nakusp and all surrounding towns will be asked to participate. It is  probable a lacrosse ar baseball game will be pla> -  ed with Sandon, and a football game,with Slocan  City. The athletic and aquatic sports will be so  arranged so as to be witnessed by everybedy. A  point will be made to have the best contests that  2,-ood purses will bring about; . not too much but  just enough to satisfy all.  Arrangements will be made with the G. P. R.  and lake boats for special excursion rates, and  provisions will be made for an attendance quite as  large as that at Slocan City, May 21.  The finance committee report flattering progress  and funds enough are already pledged to insure a  successful celebration.  KASLO.  Frl-  on  the  AINSWORTH.  A meeting of the Highland people was held  in Nelson last week. E. L. Carter was re-elected to the management.!  The Tarn Q'Shanter. across tlie lake from Ainsworth, is being incorporated.   It was lately bond  ed to Herbert Cuthbert for *l2,()yo, and  six  men  are at work on a c.ros.aut.  The owners of the Madden House, Nelson, have  bought a couple of lots opposite McLellan's new  house, the Anglo-American, and it is said they intend building a three-story hotel on the property  A Jenekes hoist Ifor the Little Mamie was  delivered in   Ainsworth on   Saturday.   It is  now being placed in position.  The owners will  increase   the force considerably in the. near-  future.  The Tariff mine broke into a new ore chute  in the south drift on the LVJ-foot level last  week. Twenty men are now employed on the  property. A new Cameron pump was recently  placed in position. There is some talk of a  tram and concentrator on this property.  Timbers were laid down in Ainsworth last  week to commence the construction of a tramway from the Highlander. A concentrator is  also to be built on the lake shore. The Highlander is the property of Maxwell Stevenson,  of Philadelphia, who is expected to arrive in  Ainsworth shortly.  J. P. Miller of the Black Diamond, owns interests in some properties on Woodbury creek, on  which development work is now being, done.  There are two groups, the Native Silver and Luck  Bill, crosscuts arc being run on both. The first  shows ore almost identical with that of the Arlington, assaying 217 ounces. On the other group  assays go;s.'in,gold,'j:-i ounces of silver and 11;.;.  lead".  Byron N. White was in town Saturday.  C. W. Callahan was1 at the Kaslo Friday.  Neil Gething registered at the Slocan on Saturday.  Dr. Em il Poll! registered from  Portland  day.  Dr. R. W. Begg, of Toronto, was  in   town  Saturday.  >, A tunnel contract for '>X> feet is to be let on  Montezuma.  Con. Fielding was in town on Saturday on  some business regarding interests on the south  fork of Kaslo.  Adams Bros', claims, eight miles "up  the  lake  from here, will make a shipment next week.   A  trail has been cut to  the claims and  some ver*'  nice ore is being taken out. .,...-."  The first-prospecting permit taken out here in  accordance with the amendment was issued to YV.  E. Mann on Saturday. It gives him undisputed  possession for three months, to the Hidden Fraction in the Whitewater basin.  Tho. sale of the Nancy Hanks, Maud S.HazA-l C,  Frenzo and Last Link, Whitewater properties, by  W. A. Ross to R. E. Brown was recorded. Price  ".30,0'JO. 0. G. Labree transferred a 4/5 interest in  an option on the Granite and Little Maud claims  to XV. B.Ives.   .,....-'  Last week's Kaslo records are of only ordinary  interest. There were rather fewer locations than  for the previous few weeks and the usual number  of licences, about 100, taken out. In the transfers  i Eli Carpenter sold,a sixth interest in the Slocan  Chief and Kootenav Queen to Alex. Sproat for  :10C0, half cash.  The Kaslo sampler made a shipment on Tuesday of nine cars of Ruth ore. The Washington  and Whitewater have sent down no ore during  the past week. The An to ihe is now shipping  steadily, The A jax sent down a carload of very  rich ore last week. The Black Diamond sent in  four cars from A ins worth. T he S u i isct is a stca dy  shippei'.  Dr. E.'O. Brett, formerly of Banff Hot Springs,  was in Kaslo over Sunday. Dr. Brett has disposed of a part of his practice and a part of his  interest in the Sanitarium at Banff, and, associated with D. H. McPherson, of Calgary, has purchased for $25,000 the Hale von Hot "Springs Hotel.  It is their intention to add to and extensively improve that institution making it second to none as  a watering place and sanitarium. Dr. Brett is  one of the best known members of the medical  'profession lin Canada; ncl his (o me-tion with this  enterprise equals a guarantee of its success.  Speaking of records, etc.: The'-.publication  of the amendment in the Ledge a few weeks ago  must have come to some parties as timely information. A prospector returned from the Lardeau  Duncan country last week and reported having  found a post, the inscription on which read: 'I,  John Smith, claim 1500 feet in all directions from  this stake." The stake was about as big around  as a telegraph pole and leaned against a stump.  The prospector dropped the remark that the Gold  Hills or some other concern has a crowd of brilliant explorers in the Upper Duncan.  Reports have reached here of a rich strike of  free gold made last week on Goat creek below  Dovie, by a German syndicate who have been  working some galena propositions in that neigh  borhcodfor .the past two years. Parties who  came in from there say that the tadge is five feet  wide and has been shown up with little work  across two claims. The locators have been working in the immediate vicinity and have passed  over the ledge continually for the two years.  Some very high assays have been gotten from  samples brought in and considerable excitement  is evinced regarding the iind.  Prospectors are now going into the hills from  this point in large numbers. A party in from  Crawford bay Tuesday stated that they had met  no less than 22 going up the fcreek. Numbers of  them arc also moving for the Fort Steele and the  St. Mary's countries. Not so many are moving  for the Lardo-Duncan country as lor the past  three weeks though some good locations are rc-  ported from that district. The Argenta townsite  has been purchased and preparations made to  boom it this summer In the White Grouse country it has been impossible to do much work so far  on account of the lieavy snow. A great many of  the prospectors who have goncoutaremen entirely unacquainted with the conditions and im unusual .number, .of forest tires and accidents may be  expected.  New   Denver's   Band.  A    XV  iigon  Road.  Counterfeit Silver Dollars.  Counterfeit silver d illar.s are being, circulated in  Spokane. A auspicious character lias been seen  in town and - is well for Slocan merchants to be  on the watch for spurious coins, The bogus pieces  in S lok.tne weiv d tied iss-,.  Messrs. Finiicane and McDonell are  taking subscriptions for the building  of a wagon road between New Denver and Three Forks. In the neighborhood of $2,0CQ was subscribed in  I New Denver yesterday, and it looks  as if the necessary money would be  raised without much difficulty. The  Government will bear half of the expense.     rl he  road   will   cost   about  -$10,000.-  The Semi-Annual meeting of the New Denver  Band, took place in their band room on Sunday, .-iOtli May. The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted. A vote of thanks  was tendered to the officers for their services  during the past term, and by unanimous vote  re-elected for another term.  A. E. Fauquier. Presided) t ; Joe Mill ward.  Leader; Howard West, Sec .-Treasurer-; Executive. Committee: John Aylwin, W. P. Evans  and Howard West.  Anewunil'orm cap was ordered for .in Li Ice  celebration also music pouches. The boy.,  intend to stay by it, and all efforts will lu-  made to win the championship of tlie Kootenay. They also intend to give a. seriesjoiOpen  air concerts during the season.  THE   CROW'S   5TEST   KAIL,WAY.  Dan Mann, of Montreal, and Wm.  'McKenzie, of Toronto, have been  given the contract to build the Crow's  Nest Pass Railway from Fort McLeod  to Nelson. The distunce is 330 miles  and the cost will be about $8,000,000.  The road will bo completed as rapidly  as possible.  r^s^^^-m^^^^^M^^ME THE   LEDGE,  Fourth  Year.  A Rossland Theory  -4By our own Correspondent.]  These instances of increased size and richness  of nearly all ore bodies in this camp as depth is  attained tend to confirm my belief that every  mine within a large radius of Rossland will strike t  rich ore, and immense deposits of it, if only the  shaft be sunk deep enough. I have an idea that  at a depth of a few hundred feet the ore body -will  be found underlying the district for miles, and  that, too, of greater richness in gold than is at present dreamed of.     '  Let me explain my theory. iEons ago this old  world of ours was engaged in the task "of settling  down to a compact sphere such as it now. But  the process >vas probably millions of years in operation Naturally the outer crust hardened  lirst, and as ages passed on the rock formations  began to upliit from the molten mass, and the  cooling process went on faster. But the boiling  metals and other component parts of the planets'  make-up were restless at being'.k ribbed, cabined  and confined" in the lower darkness of the interior, especially in the mountainous districts which  seem to be the last portion of tlie earth to settle  down into respectable quietude.  Well, the forces of nature were at work in the  boiling cauldron beneath and in the heart of these  mountains and ever and anon such terrific upheavals took place as to send the very rocks  above, and the molten liquid, spurting up, filled  the fissures thus made, and even overflowed and  tilled other fissures from the surface.    Thes latter  veins may petre out with depth, as they are merelyfissures idled by  the overflow because  they  happened to be open, and handy for such overflow to enter.   They were filled from above.   But  the true fissure, being burst open by forces from  below, will certainly become richer  in  gold as  denth is attained, because when the upheaval sub-;  sided, gold, being and of the heaviest metals,  would  naturally  sink below the other minerals  which were mixed up with it in the upheaval,  while of course, impregnating the whole mass,  even to the very surface.    Then, if the gold sank  to the bottom during the cooling process it is only  reasonable to suppose tha the  deeper  a  shaft is  sunk on a true fissure the greater will be the percentage of gold in the ore body  found,   and also  that the -aid ore bOd.y will become of greater and  greater proportions, till at some depth���maybe too  deep for us mortals to penetrate���The  richest of  minerals will be met with in such immense deposits that no hanging or foot wall could ever le  found.  These mountains, with others in various parts  of the world, appear to liav9 been the last spouting place of Mother Earth in her internal convulsions before settling down to the everyday life of  a Avell-behaved planet, and here we may expect,  to find the richest gold deposits ever opened up in  the world's history. Only it takes money, and a  great deal of it, to open up a gold mine, aiid a  poor man can never attempt to work his claim,as  is the case with galena properties.  Montana, 189,033, a decrease of .9339.  Arizona. 125,6S0, an increase of 30,908  Idaho, 104,265. an increase of 18,177.  Utah, 97,00(5, an increase Of 31,487.  Alaska,.97,-45, an increase of 19,3)5.  SILVER PRODUCTION.  The production of silver  follows:  Colorado  first, with ^2,573,000, a   decrease  f 825,500 ounces. '  Montana, 14,432.000, a decrease of 3,12fi,i00.  Utah, 8,100,000, an increase of 632,000.  Idaho, 4,550.000, an increase of 1,439,400.  Arizona, 1,705,000, an increase of 718,100.  These figures will not be materially changed by  the final revision.  is given in ounces as  of  ASIO _  TIME CARD No. 1.  INTERNATIONAL     NAVIGATION  & TRADING CO.,  LTD.  Strs International  Mineral In Place.  Colonel Baker has made an amendment to the  mineral act, which defines ther meaning of the  phase mineral .in place.   The minister of mines  accepted the interpretatioii of the full court iu the  Paris Belle case. The section reads: "Rock in  place shall be deemed to mean and include minerals not necessarily in a vein or lode, that is, when  discovered in the same place or position in which  it was originally formed, or deposited, as distinguished from loose, fragmentary or broken  rock or float; which by decomposition is found in  wash gravel or sand. Valuable deposits of mineral shall mean and include mineral in place in appreciable quantity having a present or prospective  value suiFcient to justify exploration."  When in   Vancouver  Manor House.  IN EFFECT WED.J0V. 25,1895  Subject to change without notice  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  On, Kootenay Lake and R ver.  Leave  Arr  8 00  8 315  "9 36  " 9 51  <��� 10 03  " 10 18  " 10 30  10 38  10 50  A.Mi  Kaslo  South Fork  Sproule's  Whitewater  Bear Lake  McGuigan  Bailey's  Junction  Sandon  Arrive, 3  Leave  3 50 P.M  3 15  (i  2 15  a  2 00  a  1 48  t  1 33  ti  1 21  i.  1 12  ��<  1 00  (<  For rates and information apply at  Company's Offices.  ROBT. IRVING,        R. W. BRYaN,  Traffic Mngr. Supt. and Ass't Trras  Time. Card in Effect May 16th. 1897.   Daily  Except Sunday. Subject to Change without notic_  Close connection at Five Mile Point with all  passeiigel trains Of theN. & F.S.R.R. to and from  Northport, Rossland and Spokane.  Through   tickets sold at LoAvest Rates aiid  Baggage checked to all United States Points.  Lvi Kaslo for Nelson and way points. 5:30 a.m  Ar. Northport 12:15 p.m.; Rossland 3:40 p;  m.; Spokane, 6 p.m. "    .  Lv.  Nelson  for Kaslo and way points, 5 p.m.  *������: Lv. Spokane 8 a.m.; Rossland, 10:20 a.m.;  Northport, 1:50 a.m.  SPRING  SPECIALIY  NEW SERVICE ON KOOTENAY LAKE.  Lv. Nelson for Kaslo, etc, Tues., Wed., Thurs.;  Pri., Sat.; 9:30 a.m.   Af. Kaslo, 12:30, p.m.  Lv. Kaslo for Nelson, etc., Mon., Tues., Wed.,  Thurs., Fri.; 5 p.m.   Ar. Nelson, 9 p.m.  BONNER'S FERRY and KOOTENAY RIVER  ��� '.SERVICE.' *:  Schedule No. 3; Jan. 4, f9t  ^WESTBOUND.-^  Nol No. 2  Passenger.  is everything: in the line  of Restaurant and Bar  Silverware. We handle'  Only the celebrated  ��olcl Six Million Tons.  It is understood that -very heavy sales of iron  ore have been made not less than 0,000,000 tons a*  least, or about half of the earlier expectations of  the full season's output.   This is a good deal more  than may have been inferred by the talk of dull  business and no sales heard for the past few weeks*  It'is evident, too, that more ore will be shipped  from Duluth than from any other lake port,  Escanaba having heretofore led, and also that  Minnesota will send out very considerably more  than any other state, for the first time in its  history.  The Carnegie interest will, of course, lead in  shipment, and are now expected to take not less  than 2,000,000 tons from this city. It has also  bought.400,000 tons of Vermilion range, ore and  some from the Gogebic and Marquette ranges in  t. Michigan. The Illinois Steel company has "nearly 1,000,000 tons of ore coming from Minnesota  and the various steel companies intciested on the  Mesaba will all mine heavily. Ore at the rate^of  700,000 a year is now going from the Mahoning  mine to furnaces in the Mahoning valley and to  the Cambria Iron company of Johnstown, Pa.  The Mountain Iron mine will begin shipping  300 cars at once to the Carnegie furnaces. The  fourth steam shovel has been put in. This means  a total daily shipment of about 7,000 tons. The  Ohio ;mine, recently bought by Rockefeller, has  begun shipments to this city. Vessel tonnage to  move this ore from Duluth to lake ports during  June and July were chartered Saturday at GO  cents. The ore will be shipped from the Carnegie  mines and used by him. The boats, which are all  large steamers, Avere chartered by the Bessemer  Steamship company. Among them .were the  Carnegie, Recs, Yuma, Sitka, Bangor, Pope,  Eddy, Lagonda, Yale and Glasgow. The Bessemer Steamship company, which has the contract to move all Carnegie ore, already has  eighteen 5000 ton ships of its own iu operation, as  well .as four 3000 tonners under charter. With  this wholesale new charters the company will be  a hie to move 3,000,000 tons during the season,  some of which will be Rockefeller ore, but most of  which is for the Carnegie company. These shipments, together with what other vessels may  trade to the Rockefeller docks here, and the ore to  he moved by.the Minnesota Iron company as well  as the Mahoning company's amount, will beat all  previous records for the state and probably put it  in .the lead of all other states and second to no  European nation in the quantity of its ore mined.  ���Minn ".Journal.  Gold and Silver.  Washington, June 1.���Mr. Preston,director of  the mint, has .about completed his figures of the  gold and silver production in the United States  during the calender year 189G. He finds the production of gold to have been about 653,000,000, an  increase of over $0,250,000 as compared with 1.395.  The production of silver is given as 57.700,000 fine  ounces, an increase of 1,900,000 ounces over 1895.  The principal gold producing states, with their  product last year, in ounces, as compared with  Preston's figures for 1895, are given as follows:  California, 721,000, a decrease of 571.  C dorado, Tos.OiHi, an increase of c 1.372.  Rodger Bros'  1847  t        Knives,  Forks,   Spoons,  Ladles,      Bar    Spoons,  .*   Lemon Knives, etc.  Special rates on all  such orders. See our  latest and most artistic  designs of jewelry.  BOURNE    :*  BROS.,  ..'DEALERS-IN  GENERAL  EROHANDISE,  MINERS'  SUPPLIES,  DOORS, SASH,  OATS,  BRAN,   i_TC.  1   NEW DENVER,  4 B.C.  Tues.,  Thurs.  &Sat.,  6:30 pm  ���0:40 pm  (3:15pm  7:00 pm  7:05 pm  7:10 pm  7:15 pm  7:25 pm  7:35 pin  7:40 pm  8:00 pm  Daily  except  Sunday.  8:30 am  8:40 am  8:45 am  9:00 am  Stations  Ar.  ^-EASTBOUN D.'rs-  No. 2 ������;        No. 4  Passenger.  Tues.,     Daily  Thurs.   except  & Sat,  8:00 am  7:47 am  7:42 am  7:31 am  Lv.  Trail  Smelter  McLeod's  Warfield  9:05 am Tiger Switch Bk 7:26 am  9:10 am Crown Paint 7:21am  9:15 am Lake Mountain 7:16 am  9:25anr Carpenter 7:10 am  9:35 am Union" Ave 7:03 am  9:40 am Rossland 7:00 am  9:50 am  Rossland Wye 6:40 am  Sunday.  6:00 pm  5:47 pm  5:42 pm  5:31 pm  , 5:26 pm  5:21 pm  5:16 pm  5:10 pm  5:03 pm  5:00 pm  4:40 pm  .Lv. Kaslo, Sat., 11 p.in.; A r. Boundary, Sun.  7 a.m.; A.r. Bonner's  Ferry, Sun.,. 11.30 a.m  Lv. Bonner's Ferry, Sun., 1 p.m.;  Ar. Bonnd-  ary, Sun., 5 p.m.; Ar. Kaslo, Sun.. 10 p.m.  Close, connecton at Bonner's Ferry with  trains East bound, leaving Spokane 7.40 a.m.,  ixnd "WJest botuid J arriving Spdkaiie 7 p.m.  GEORGE  ALEXANDER, Gen'IMgr  Head Office at Kaslo, B.C.  Kaslo. B C., May. 15,1897  J. A. JORDAN. C. D. & T. M.  THE   STEAMER  Nelson & Ft. Shpppard  Red  Mountain  RAILWAYS  WiU leave ROSEBERY and NEW  LEAVER, every afternoon upon  arrival of train from Sandon,  FOR SILVERTON,  SLOCAN CITY and ALL  INTERMEDIATE POINTS.  Will leave SLOCAN CITY at 7 a.m.  every morning except Sunday.  Powder carried only on Fridays.  Time Table subject to change without notice.  S. T.N. CO.. Ltd.,  June 1.1897.  G. L. ESTABROOK, Master,  The only all rail route without change  f cars between Nelson and Rossland  nd Spokane and Rossland..  Only Route to Trail Creek  and Mineral District of the  Oolyille Reservation, Nelson, Kaslo,   Kootenay  Lake and   Slocan  Points.  Daily, Except Sunday.  Leave.  8:10 a.m.  10:00 "  8:00 a. hi.  NELSON:  ROSSLAND  SPOKANE  ARKlVE.  6:00 p;n-.  3:40"  6:00 p.m.  Kaslo and  Close connection with Steamers for  all Kootenay lake points.  Passengers for Kettle  River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage daily.  AMOS THOMPSON,  Manager.  R.  B. THOMPSON,  W. D.  MITCHELL  Secretary.  Notarv Public  NEW DENVER,  B. C.  Mines and Mining* Properties for  sale.    Abstracts,    &c.  Correspondence solicited.  Agents for Phcenix Insurance Co.  of London, Eng.  The new addition to the������   LELAND  HOUSE  Makes it one of the Largest and most  Comfortable Hotels in Kootenay.  MRS. D. A. McDougald.  jsr-A-K:TJ33P.      - -        - BO.  The Quickest  and  Cheapest Route  East  or  -:THE>  MeGuigan House.  MCGUIGAN, B.C.  Best house in the City.  Good accomodation, for the  oscillating public.  BONGARD &PEICKART.  Steamer     leaves    Nakusp    every  morning, making close connection  at  Revelstoke with trains   for  all points East or West  KASLO CITY,  B.C  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  District Passenger Agent,  Vancouvei  The only Practical Watchmaker in the Koofe-  nay District. Orders b}r mail "ceeive promp  attention.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  T DTE   INSURANCE.  The Ontario Mutual of Waterloo, Ont.,  offers a popular policy at moderate rates.  Protection for y'our family.  Provision for your own old age  And a profitable investment.  The Ontario Mutual Life.���27th year.  Assets ��3,404,908:  Full information by application to  W. D. MITCHELL, Agent,    New Denver, B.C  i -s^*^^  S-^.32__��K_��j��tisn��4_3_>l  Fourth Year.  THE   LEDGE.  a  THE   KEELEY   CURE.  *'���'     FIT NO.  I,  Now, Patrick Maloney, from County Kildare,  Was strongly addicted to ruin. r  So much so, that folks were heard to declare  That Pat was a bibulous bum.  Sometimes he'd brace up for  two months  at a  stretch,  And his friends on.his conduct would brag.  When all of a sudderi.this ill-fated wretch  Would show up with a beautiful jag.  They would dursehim, they'd coax him, they'd  send him to jail,  His name he'd attach to the pledge,  But all of these means to reform him would fail;  He would go off and get as tight as a wedge.  Some said that his weakness was due to disease,  Some said'twas original sin;  And while v,hey were tacking such problems  as,  ..* these,  " " .* ���-,..���������   .' ��� ' ���...  He \yas flooding his system with gin.  At length when his friends had forsaken -him  quite,  And the last of his comrades grown cold,  Somebody suggested a journey to Dwight  To try the bi-chloride of goid.  Poor Bridget, his faithful, long-suffering wife,  Beset him with many a sob���'  lo give Dr. Keeley the chalice of his life  To do a magnificent job. -".  She flashed from her stocking $100 or so,  That she'd gathered in happier days.  And told him what joy it would give her to know  That her darling had mended his ways.  ���-;'.���": fit no ri. ��� <-  Six months rolled away and her Patrick returned,  She flew to his arms like a bride,  But a look of disgust on his face was discerned,  And his arms remained Jimp at his side.  Sure never before had Pat acted like this.  For even when full to the ears,  He had always delighted in conjugal bliss,  And his ardor had grown with his years.  But his breath was deodorised���praised be the  'saints,.  And his nose wore a temperance hue;  So Bridget bore up without making complaint  As she thought it her duty to do.  But through the long hours of that terrible night,  As Pat slept with his face to the wall,  Bitter thoughts of a  rival���some, charmer at  Dwight;  . Kept Bridget from sleeping at all.  KIT NO. in.  Six months rolled around and Mahoney's reform  Was accomplished beyond any doubt;  But his love that had burned for his Bridget so  warm,  Like the fire of youth, had gone out.  At last, in a wild burst of grief, she implored  That he'd tell her what made hini so cold,  Be jabbers, me darling,T am thinking, he raved,  It's that devilish bi-chloride of gold.  For women and wine are so closelj allied  They both have their pleasures and pains,  No antidote, nature can ever provide,  y^ill bar one, while the other remains.  Then Bridget ]$atoney rose up in her might  And she cursed the bi-chloride of gold,  She cursed Dr.  Keeley  and  his drug store  at  Dwight;  And all who his doctrines uphold.  SPASM; ������.'.'������'  That night had you entered the dooi of this flat,  This fact yourd to record��� ,  That Bridget was safe in the arms of her Pat,  And Pat was as drunk as a lord.  Pat Had Been Slumbering:.  the government has not hesitated to vote enormous sums of ;money for the completion of the  unnecessary parliament buildings.at Victoria.  Some of the most [important petitiors that have  been.made to the government will receive no  favorable consideration. Among these are: A  wagon road from Kootenay lake to the White  Grouse district, *90__>; wagon road from Slocan  lake to the head waters of Ten Mile creek; $4000;  "wagon road from Silverton up Four Mile creek,  ��10,000; extension and repair of the main wagon  road at Ainsworth, ��3000; trail from Kootenay  lake to  Dutiamel creek to the Kokanee range,  0. S. RASHDALL,  Notary Public.  A. E. FAUQUIER.  +1200; si trail from Kootenay river ten miles up  Forty Nine creek and a trail"  to Hoiiser lake, *1000.  from Kootenay lake  The only petitions that are likely to be favorably considered by the government are: The  New Denver-Three Forks wagon road, k8,500; the  Crawford crcek-St. Mary trail, ^400; a trail up the  north fork of Salmon river, $72; the repair of the  old government trail from RykertSjlfloo, and a  few inexpensive works in other localities.  The local officials are in no way blamable.  The responsibility rests with the government  ministers at Victoria.���Nelson Miner.  RASHDALL & FAUQUIER  MINES & REAL ESTATE.  NEW DENVER, B.C.  CORRESPONDENCE  MINING INTERESTS BOUGHT,  SOLD  AND BONDED.  *     '    INVITED���.   '..  Complete lists ofjclaims for sale.    Abstracts of claims, conveyancing  BANK OF  Established in 1830.  Incorporated hy Royal Charter in 1840  Paid-up Capital.  fteserv_> Fund ...  .*_=, 866,666  1,33.8,33 3  r  *T.  The  Eestaurant  Is one of the Best and Aged Cafes  in the  Silvery Slocan.  IN NEW DENVER,  LONPon-rjOFFiCE���3 Clements  Lane,  Lombard  St., E. C i  COURT  J. H. Brodie  John James Cater  Gaspard Farrer  Henry R. Farrer  Richard H. Glyn  OF   DIRECTORS.  E. A. Hoare  H. J. B, Kendall}  J. J.Kingsford  Frederic Lubbock  Geo. D. Whatman  Secretary���A. G. Wallis.  Head Office in Canada���St. James St.,  Montreal,  H. Stikeman, . .        General Manager  J. Elmsly, Inspector.'  BRANCHES   IN  CANADA.  London Kingston Halifax N, S.  Brantford Ottawa Rossland. B.C.  Paris Montreal Sandon, B C.  Hamilton Quebec Victoria, B.C.  Toronto St-John, N.B. Vancouver, B.C,  Fredericton,N.B. Winnipeg,Man.Brandon, Man.  ::���-..-_���. Kaslo, B Cj Trail, BC  AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. ETC.  New York���52 Wall Street���W.Lawson & J. C.  Welsh..*  Sau Francisco���121 Sansom St.���H. M. I. Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose.  London Bankers���The Bank of England Messrs  Glyn & Co. ,  Foreign  Agents���Liverpool���Bank of  Liver  E)ol. v Scotland���National Bank of Scotland  United, and branches. Ireland���Provincial  Bank of Ireland, Ltd., and. branches, Nationa  "Bank, Ltd., and branches. Australia���Union  Bank of Australia, Ltd. New Zealand���Union  Bank of Australia, Ltd. India,_China and Jaran  ���Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd. Agra Bank  Ltd. West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris  Messrs. Marcuard, Krauss et Cie.   Lyons���Credit  Lyonnais.  GEORGE KYDD.Managei  Sandon, B C  It was.in operation when  t  Was turned against the country, and, now lhat the  gloom of the Argonaut days has disappeared, it looms  upbrighter than ever as ������������-;���*  . ., .A place where any;  . . ,. appetite can be satiated.  COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. ���  Jacobson&Go  i*&  '%^5  First Bank Established in the Slocan  It was a very small Western town, and the  only train out of it that night left at two o'clock  The travelling man had impressed on the night  porter of the hotel the importance of calling him  in time for this train. Promptly at 1:30 a prodigious knock roused the sleeper.  Say! be yer the man what wants the two o'clock  aiuV  Yes," was the sleepy reply from within.  "Well, yez can shlape an Hour longer, fer she's  so much late."  The heavy feet shuffled off down the hall,.and  silence ensued. Another hour had passed, when  Pat again knocked.  "Say! be yez the felly what said he wanted to  ketch the two o'clock thrain?"  "Yes!" and there was a sound of the man hastily  springing from his bed.  "\V ell," drawled Pat, "yez .can go back to bed  again, fer she's another hour late.,r  A forcible remark or two proceeded from the  travelling man's room, and we audible to his  awakened neighbors, as was the departure of Pat;  but soon all was quiet again, and the few occupants of the hotel wereleit lor some time to un-  disturhed repose. Jast as the first faint streaks of  dawn were tinging the sky; Pat Jonce more made  his presence tkuown, and, in tones giving unmis-  takeable evidence of recent and heavy slumher,  remarked: ,  "Say! if yez was the felly what wanted to ketch  the two o'clock thrain, yez can shlape till morn in'  ler, bedad, the blame thing's gone!*  Bait of BiltisI Colli*.  Incorporated by Royal Charter 18G2.  Capital (with power to increase)......... ^2,920,000  Reserve  ..      486,666  More Money Wanted.  The Nelson .government office has already received petitions for wagon roads and trails  amounting to $75,000 or <_ 59,000 more than there is  money to meet the demand.   In the meuntime,  Head Office : 60 LomburdStreet, London,Eng.  BRANCHES:  In British Columbia:���Victoria, Vancouver, New  Westminister ,Nanaimo,Kamloops .NELSON,  KASLO and SANDON, (Slocan District).  In the United States:���San Francisco and Portland. ��� -  Agents and Correspondents:  CANADA -.���Canadian Bank of Comniorce  Merchants' Bank of Canada, the Molsons Bank  Imperial Bank of Canada and Bank of Nova  Scotia. UNITED STATES:���Canadian Bank  of Commerce (Agency), New York; Bank of  Nova Scotia, Chicago. The London and San  Nrancisco Bank, Ltd., Tacoma. The Puget  Sound National Bank. Seattle. The Exchange  National Bank, Spokane. AUSTRALIA AND  NEW ZEALAND:���Bank of Australasia.  HONOLULU :   Bishop & Co,  _E_CBISrK,"5r OF1. ^YTTOlSr,  Local Manager.  Sandon Branch.  The  Formerly of Winnipeg.  Furnish Clothing  -.: in the : ���  ��� -: Latest Style  ���: of the :���  Tailors FLPt.  Shops at TH REE FORKS & ft A NT. O W  Mr.  Mew  Denver  HAS .THE**/*-  Best Furnished Hooms^) In the Dining,  in the Slocan Capital. %jf��      C^Room every  A^,,,.      attention is paid to guests,      iiiidffi^ff_*-  and on the tables are placed the best viands obtainable.  JAS. DELANEY,       -        - MANAGER  esale  rocers  Shops at  Sandon,   Nelson,   Kaslo, 8  Ainsworth and Quartz Creek. j  Agents for E.G. Sugar.Refinery and  Royal City Planing Mills.  P, B. C. 4  THE    LEDGE.  Fourth  Year,  ��he ge&$e>  Published every Thursday.  R.     T.    LOWEEY,    EDITOR    AND  FINANCIER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ~"  Three months .  $ .75  Six     ���    " ....  -1.2.5  Twelve  " .'.  2.0Q  THREE YEAR  1    5.00  ransient Advertising, 25 cents per line first in  sertion, 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 the rest  THURSDAY, JUNE  10.  1897.  AN   INJUSTICE.  creek. This would have pleased the  real estate boomers at Slocan City,  and given the solid men of Slocan  about as much pleasure as the way  things are.  The Crow's Nest railway is to be  built after all, for which British Col-  umbians are duly thankful.  The cry of "Double 0 on the green"  is heard in the land. A roulette game  has opened at Sandon.  "All tilings come to him who  waits." We got a letter from Rossland this week.  ����_a-*__si_-^p-��-^^  ILVE  THE SILVER TOWN  of SLOCAN LAKE  Jt&  In the recent creation ot the Slocan  City mining division the Government  has evidently been guided by parties  interested in real estate rather than  by those who have made the Slocan  what it is today. If the interests of  the people had been consulted the  territory along Ten Mile would have  been unchanged, and the boundary  between the divisions located at  Twelve Mile.   The majority of the  IDS_UT3 JEil��_Ui_E3 ��C_I.LH_r_':-  "i   SITTING, of the County Court of Kootenay  ���'������*-     will he holden at New Denver, oh Thursday the 29th July, 1897, at 11 o'clock in the fore-  inoon.  E.   T.   H.   SIMPKINS,  Acting Registrar of the Court.  Dated at Nelson, 3rd June, 1897.  NOTICE.  *he future Commercial Centre  of the Rich Slocan.  Backed by payrolls of���The Galena  Farm ���Wakefield -- Fishermaiden'��� Prescott���  Vancouver���Thompson���Alpha���Reed-Robertson  ���Stewart���Vancouver and Buffalo Mines.  Lots $75 up.     Easy terms;     Clear title ;  Registered plan.  Geo. Ii. Suckling,  General Agent Silverton Townsite, Silverton, B.C.  NOTICE.,  VTOTICE is hereby given that James Delaney,  *-*    of the town of New, Denver, in the County  of Kootenay, and Province of British. Columbia, Merchant, has, in pursuance of the "Credi"  Claims along Ten Mile are Owned and | tors Trust Deeds Acts' 1890," and amending  worked by residents of New Denver,  Silverton and Sandon. The Government could haye found this out by  proper enquiry, instead of listening to  a lot of loud-mouthed Johnnie-Come-  Latelies, most of whom ha ve nothing  at stake except their gall. This is  why the air around New Denver  vibrates with the profanity- that is  hurled at a Government that is un-  equaled in the world for mistakes.  We are sorry for the Government, but  have ceased to wonder at its members getting wet when it rains.  The proposed changes in the Criminal Code of Canada are of the most  puritanical kind.- The proposed law  relating to intercourse with the female sex is so stringent that if the  amendments pass the House it will  not be safe to wink at a woman for  fear of getting six months at hard  labor.  Acts, made an. assignment to me, Joseph  Irwin, of the said town of New Denver,  accountant, for the general benefit of his  creditors, of all his personal estate capable of  being seized and sold in execution, and all his  real estate. The said deed was executed by  the said James Delaney, and also by ine the I  said Joseph Irwin, on the 25th day of May,  A.D.1897.  All creditors are required to forward full  particulars of their claims, proved by affidavit  of declaration, to Joseph Irwin, New Denver,  B.C., on or before the 33th day of June, A.D.  1897. after which date I will proceed to distribute the assets of the said James Delaney  among the creditors of whose claims I shall  have received notica, but will not be responsible for the claims of any person who fails to  present his claim in due form on or before that  date.  Dated at New Denver, B.C.,  the 26fch day of May, A.D. 1897.  JOSEPH  IRWIN,  Trustee.  SIXTY days after date I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase 169 acres of  land more or less described as follows:���Beginning at.a post planted on the West,6r right  bank of Wil_bn Creek, about % of a mile from  its mouth, and marked S. E. Corner A. M.  Wilsor,thence along the East Boundary line of  298, Q- 1. North, about 45r) feet to a post marked N.E. Corner of Lot 298, G. 1,: thence West  along North Boundary oi said Lot 298, G.1,  about 909 feet more or less to a po_t marked  S. W. A.'M. Wilson . thence North 40 chains :  thence East 40 chains more or less to Bank of  Wilson Creek ; thence following meanderirigs  of Wilson Creek in a southerly direction to  place of beginning. Containing by admeasurement 190 acre j more or less. ���  ���"���������. A.M.   WILSON.  Rosehery, B.C , 28 th May je3-ag3  THE SILVERTON MINER'S UNION  x   * No. 71, ; -  Meets every Saturday night.  C.   McNICHOLLS,   President  CHAS. BRAND, Secretary.  NOTICE.;  CREDITORS'   MEETING,  A meeting of the creditors of the said James  Delaney will be held at the .office of thesaid  Joseph Irwin, at New Deliver. B.C., on Wednesday, the 9th day of June, A.D. 1897, at four  o'clock in the afternoon. ;  NOTICE is hereby given that .30 days after date  I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of .Lands and Works for a-special' licence to  cut and carry away timber on the following described lands commencing at a post marked  S. Bj Hendee's south-east corner, situated about  two miles north of Wharton's saw mill on west  side of Slocan Like; thence west 120 chains;  thence north 80 chains, thence east 120 chains.;;  thence south SO chains to-initial post, containing  960 acres.  S. B. HENDEE.  May 29th, 1897. j;'10-j.yl0  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  MARCH   MINERAL   CLAIM.  THE   MAIL   SERVICE.  BoATri run daily on the Columbia  . river,   yet   tlie    mail    only   comes  down from Revelstoke three times a  week.    This makes many Kootenay  people kick about the slow Canadian  Government   at   Ottawa.      This   is  wrong.   They have no right to make  a fuss.    Men  who come into a new  country like this should be prepared  to give the eastern Canadian Geverr.-  menta chance to wake up.    It. will  wake up, probably in ten years, and  then   realise the  injustice that has  been done us in the far west.    In the  meantime,    indignant   and   vvrathy  readers, do not kick at the.postal authorities, send your mail out via Spokane and do not believe anything  you   hear  about   Canada's   western  mail service being slower than the  first coming of dividends from some  of Rossland's wildcats.  NOTICE.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that sixty (60) days  IM after date I in end to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchase 16J acres of land commencing at a post  marked "T. __'s" N. W. Coiner, running thence  40 chains east, thence 40 chains south, thence 40  chains west, thence 40 chains to point of commencement, near the junction-of Fennell and  Four Mile creeks, Slocan district.  THOS. ABRIEL.  Dated April 14.1897.   ._ ap22-ju22  NOTICE.  rTICE is hereby given that 01 days from date  we will apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for the privilege of taking _O0  inches of of water from Cory creek to be used for  irrigating and other purposes Allen's creek runs  through Allen & Cory's pre-emption, near Ten  Mile creek on Slocan lake.  ALLEN & CORY.  Dated April 21,1897  apr22-ju22  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located:���On  Slocan Lake, adjoining the Town of Silver-  ton on the south.  rpAKE NOTICE that I, C. W. Callahan, Frea  1 . Miner's Certificate No. 74615, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Min-  ng Recorder for a certificate of improvements,  or the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  C.   W.   CALLAHAN.  Dated thi_ 4th day of June, 1897.  fJOWARD WEST,  Assoc. R S M, London, Eng  MINING ENGINEER,  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,  & ASSAYER.  T^y   PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,  '    ASSAY OFFICES  and Chemical Laboratory.   <���>-  Established 189P. Vancouver, B.C  For several���-years with Vivian & Sons,  Swansea, and local representative for them.  For 5 years manager for the assayers to the  Rio Tinto Company, London. .->-,'���'.  Canadian representative of. the Cassel Gold  Extracting Co., Ltd., Glasgow. [Cyanide Process.] - '   ' '"���'���   . ,    n  All work personally superintended. Only  competent men employed.   No pupils received.  T}\   G. FAUQUIER,  NOTARY PUBLIC.  Nakusp, B.C.  JJ-E. PALMER, C.E.  PROVINCIAL LAND  and MINE SURVEYOR.  P.O. Box 214,  Sandon, B.C  GWILLIM & JOHNSON,  (McGill) -F  Mining Engineers  & Analy-Chemists.  Slocan City,        -      -      -      -      - L J  A     DRISCOLL, C. E.,  Dominion & Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Properties   examined    and   reported on for  tending purchasers.  in  NOTICE  In making the recent division of  the Slocan we arc surprised that the  (bvernmentdid not take in Carpenter  ATOTICE is hereby given that sixty tlavs after  IN date I intend to appty to the Chief Commis  sioner of Lands and works for permission to purchase two hundred and forty (240) acres of land  situated near the junction of Upper Eight Mile,  creek with Lower Eight Mile creek, Slocan -lake,  ' West Kootenay, and described as follows:���Commencing at a post planted on the west bank of  Upper Eight mile creek, thenep north 00 chains;  thence east 40 chains; thence south 60 chains:  thence west 4) chains to the place of commencement.  R. B. KERR.  Dated 6th April, 1897  :lpS-jllR  Assay office and Chemical Laboratory, Belle-  vue ave, New Denver, B C.  Correspondence solicited.  Q-M. WOODWORTH, If. A./ LL.B.  NOTARY PUBLIC,  CONVEYANCER, Etc.,  MINES and REAL ESTATE  D  R. A. S. MARSHALL.  Dentist.  Kaslo, B C      "    '     .  Graduate of American College of Dental Surgery  Chicago  Slocan City, B.C.  TWIGG,  H.T  Provincial Land Surveyor.  New Denver, B C  T.  ABRIEL  NAKUSP,  B.C.  REAL ESTATE,  MINES and INSURANCE,  Special attention paid to properties  on Cariboo Creek,  Mineral claims, mines, timber limits, etc, surveyed  W. BRUNER, M. D  Physician & Surgeon.  Sandon,  B.C.  Calls from a distance promptly  ended to.  at- ;y _��u-_aj-_-jj\ _.!_-��_.. ���<?. v'  ��-^gt ;-r��?_  IPift!W>i"<l!TllT!~llla -"^Tr!"::  Fourth Year.  THE   LEDGE.  5  THE   DEADLY   AVALANCHE.  The following verses referring to the death  of the late Alex. Stansneld, of White Valley;  are published by request ':���  Far out in the Rocky mountains, near a Slocan  mining town,  Is a tramway where  the workmen run the  shining product down ;  Part is built upon high trestles, o'er the creek  and gulches deep,���  Part is cut into the mountain-, on the rocky,  slippery steep.  Where the cuts are in the mountain, there the  track is covered o'er  With a snowshed, strong and heavy���one of  them is there no more;  For upon the fourth of April, in the spring of  ninety-seven,  Three young men were crushed beneath it and  their spirits are in heaven. ���  On that fatal fourth of April three small slides  had blocked the way; (  Alex. Stansfield  and  Clark  Bibbee went to  shovel snow that day ;  Several more, among them Wheatley, all. of  them strongmen and true ;  . Some there were who scoffed at danger, and  others well the danger knew.  Yes! and there was yet another���Charles H.  Phillips, strong and gay-  Just three weeks ago was married, and was  walking rip that day .  To the mine to seek employment, where he'd  worked in days gone by; .  Stopped to rest beneath the snowshed; stopped  -'-���; to rest only to die.   ������-..",' ."-"���.������  Wheatley went up to- the station, on some  little errand bent,        ' \  And on looking fur up the mountain saw the  snow in swift discent;  ������'-��� A slide is coming, boys," he shouted ; " run,  for God's sake, run," he cried ;  Down the tram they quickly started���Clark  and Alex, side by side.  They have reached the shed and halted ;   0!  had some voice a warning gave.  That in the shed there was no s.aiety; flighty  swift flight, alone could save ;        '  In scarce ten seconds 'twas upon them,���..awful  avalanche of snow,���;   ^      '  Crushed the shed, part passed over, fillingnp  s the gulch below, ;  Then the silence was appalling ; a swift mes"  senger was sent  To the mill to warn the men there oi that terrible event; ^f-Alpfl^  Soon a score of men had gathered, and at work  with earnest zeal,  Sometimes hoping, sometimes dreading what  the wreckage would reveal.  Full five hours of anxious toiling,( hope had  faded long ago,  For AiP life could have long existed'neath that  awful weight of snow;   -       , .  Darkness settled on the'mountain' ere the work  drew to an end j  Down the trail with ghastly burdens all in  single file descend.  O ! the bitter task of writing to the families  bereft,  Can those mothers look i'or comfort to the dear  ones that are left;;  They were all good true young men as one  could meet w i'h any{where ;  God   sustain  their mourning parent?  is the  writer's earnest prayer.  Three Forks, B.C., April 7,1897.  Wen de Col' Win' Blows.  ROWLEY  -_-_��_--_- ___&co.,  Manufacturers  and importers of  FURNITURE  Fine upholstering a Specialty.;  Undertaking and Embalming'.  Opp. Slocan Hospital, New Denyer.  SHEERAN ���& O'RAY,  .. * t   -.       ���   .*.       "  Freight and Transfer Stables.  Pack train and Saddles in connection. All work done with despatch  at moderate charges.  t��  SLOCAN  CITY  and   TEN   MILE.  A full line of Prospectors' and Miners  Supplies at Ten Mile Store.  When in SLOCAN CITY be sure and   -call at ���  Best service in town.  C. M. MONAIIAN.  Hit woan be long fo- de co' win' blows,  WTid its href so cut-in' an' so keen,  Er whirlin1 an'er rattlin' de ole dry leave  Dat once was so pooty an' so green.  De ole hen's chickens is all^done hatch,  And some of em's larnt now to crow ;  f Dat sassy young dominick '11 come down a peg  When'he freeze bofe feet in de snow.  De ole 'scovey duck will feel mighty bad  When deys ice on de water by de mill;  De po' ole critter '11 haf ter wait for a thaw,  Fo' she tote a lump er mud on her bill.  De hawgs squeals loud w'en do fros' gin to fail,  An dey crowds one anudder in de pen ;  One doan kecr if tother gwinter freeze,  Hawgs, dey's mighty like men.        ..  De leaves eomes across de ole graveyard,  ���When de col' win rars en raves;  Dey whirls an' rattles on de frozen groun',  I)en settles in de sunken graves.  Dey puts me in min' of de chillen of de ycarth���  De moanful'ditiou of us all;  Dey's fresh an' green in de spring of de year,  But dey settles in.de grave in de fall.  ���Opie Reid.  Tents of various  T. H. Hoben's.  kinds for sale a  The  Silvery  Slocan  The richest mineral section      8  'of the ���wonderful Kootenay  Has over 50  Shipping  flines.  I make a specialty of meritorious  SLOCAN.    properties     for  mining companies-forming.  Wet ore claims  from $1,000 up  GEO. H. SUCKLING,  Silverton, B.C.  NEW DENVER, B.C.  An office of the Slocan Hospital has  been opened at Sandon under the  medical superintendence of DR.  P. H. POWERS. Subscribers on presentation of their orders or tickets at  the Sandon office will receive medical  or surgical treatment and the necessary medicines tree of charge.  All serious cases will be admitted  to the Hospital for treatment.  Miners in regular employ, subscribing through their payroll, can  secure all the privilege s of theabove.  For further information apply to���  J. E. Brouse, M.D.,  New Denyer, B.C.  T^URNISHED ROOMS  By Day or Week.  Mrs. A. J. Murphy.  SIXTH STREET  )CAST0,  New Denver.  TOBACCONIST,  NEWSDEALER,  and STATIONER,  Imported and Domestic Cigars, To-  bnccoes, Fruits and Confectionery.  Capital (all paid up) $12,000,000jOO  Reserved fund : : 6,000,000.00  Undivided profits :    :     859,098.40  Sir Donald A. Smith,  G.C.M.G. President.  Hon. O. A. Drummond, Vice President, V  ES.Clouston, General Manager,  A. Macnider, Chie* Inspector & Supt. of Branches.  A. B.Buchanan, Inspector of Branch return?.  ,   W. S. Clouston,  Assistant Inspector.  James AiRD, Secretary.  Branches in all parts of Canada, Newfoundland, Great Britain, and  the United States.  New Denver Branch  A general banking business transacted  Tlhe -Newm  New Denver, B.C.  Is situated on the banks of the beautiful Slocan Lake, and guests can sit upon  the balcony and gaze upon the grandest scenery in America without extra charge  The fire escape system is excellen t. The rooms are airy and decorated with jthe  latest results of the wall paper art. The exterior of the hotel is painted in colors  that harmonize with the idealistic scenery. The Dining Room is always provided with food that is tasty, digestible and satisfying to the inner economy of  man. The Bar is replete with the most modern, as well as ancient brands of  nerve producers. .  Goldbugv Silver Democrats, Canadian Capitalists, Prospectors, Miners,  Tenderfeet, Ten Mile Millionaires and Pilgrims of every shade in politics, religion or wealth are welcome at this house.  Stranger,  make for the Newmarket when you reach the Slocan metropolis and do not forget the Landlord's namej;  it is  '"  Henry Stege.  WM. BENNISON, JNO.COVERi H.E^ COVER.  Branches-  Everett, Wash.    ��� c  39 Upper Brook St., London,  Members of the Rossland Stock Exchange  and Board of Trade.  Cable Address���"Bf.nnisox."  MoreingandNeal,  Clough's (new and old),  Bedford McNeill,  and ABC Codes  ROSSLAND, B.C.  DEALERS IN  AND  MINES  MINING SECURITIES  E solicit correspondence with parties having  meritorious mining properties for sale, and  beg to say that we have connections in the  principal cities of Canada, England and the United-  States, and are in daily receipt of inquiries for  developed mines and promising prospects.  In active mining operations and reduction of ores,  and a knowledge of the different mining districts of  B.C. enables us to furnish reliable and competent  information pertaining to mines and mining matters.  References given.  Dealers in  ardware,  Tin  and  Granite ware,  Miners' Supplies,  Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, Doors & Windows.  B -<_n_P B 0  THE    LEDGE.  Fourth  Year,  c__&E3: ft3_*!__ra iraxmiai  WEST   KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that the following definition of the boundaries of the Slocan Mining Division is substituted for the description  of the said division published in the British  Columbia Gazette of the 15th of March, 1894 :���  Slogan Mixing Division.  Commencing at a point where the Arrow-  Lake Mining Division intersects the northern  boundary of the Nelson Mining Division;  thence northerly following the western boundary of tlie Arrow Lake Mining Division to its  northerly intersection with the. Trout Lake  Mining Division ; thence southerly along the  western boundary of the Ainswo-th Mining  Division to its intersection with the northern  boundary of the Slocan City Mining Division ;  thence westerly following the northern  boundary of the Slocan City Mining Division  to its north-west corner thence southerly following the western boundary of the Slocan  City Mining Division to its intersection with  the northern boundary of the Nelson Mining  Division ; thence westerly along thesaid Division to the point of commencement.  ' Notice is hereby given that the following  described Mining Divisions have been created  in the West Kootenay District, namely :���  Slocan City Mining Division.  Commencing at a point where the Slocan  River intersects the northern boundary of the  Nelson Mining Division ; thence following the  height of land forming the watershed between  the Slocan River and the Little Slocan Lake  northerly until the nothern watershed of Indian Creek is reached ; thence following the  height of, land forming the northern watershed of Indian Creek east to the Slocan  Lake; thence crossing the Slocan Lake ;  thence east following the height of land forming the watershed between 8-Mile ICreek and  10-Mile Greek to its intersection with the Ainsworth Mining Division ; thence south-westerly following the said division, and south and  west along along tlie northern boundary of  the Nelson Mining .Division to the point of  commencement.  Arrow Lake Mining Division.  Commencing at the north-west corner of the  Nelson Mining  Division;   thence   northerly  following the western boundary of  the  West  Kootenay District to its intersection with the  Lardeau  Mining  Division;   thence easterly,  following the southern boundary of the  Lardeau Mining Division to its south-east corner-,  thence southerly along the western boundary  of the  Trout  Lake  Mining  Division   to   the  height of land forming the watershed between  Kooskanax Creek and Wilson Creek :'    thence  following the said height of land to the water- j  shed between Box and Summit Lakes ; thence |  southerly-f olio wing the height of land between  Little Slocan Lake and Lower Arrow Lake to  its intersectionWith the   northern   boundary  of the Nelson Mining Division; thence westerly along the northern boundary of the Nelson  Mining Division to tlie  point   of "commence,  ment. . ���      . ��� '  By Command.  y- JAMES BAKER,  Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines���  Provincial Secretary's Office, ���'  22nd March. 1897. ���  NOTICE   TO    JOINT    STOCK   COMPANIES  THE following section, numbered 161, of the  "Companies Act. 1897," relative to the  issue of a free miner's certificate is published  for the information of JOINT STOCK COMPANIES,    ��� .  ���'���-.. JAMES BAKER,  Minister o_ Mines.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  14th May, 1897.  161. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in section 4 of the " Mineral Act, 1896,''  or section 4 of the "Placer Mining Act, 1891,"  or elsewhere in the said Acts or other the  mining laws of the Province, no free miner's  certificate Ishall be issued to a Joint Stock  Company for a longer period thaii one year,  and such certificate shall date from the 30th  day of June in each year; and every free  miner's certificate held by a Joint Stock Company at the passing of this Act shall be valid  and existing until and shall expire on the 30th  day of June, 1897. Upon applying to renew  any such certificate on or before said 30th,day  of June, the Joint Stock Company shall be  entitled to a rebate of a proportionate amount  of the fee paid for a certificate heretofore  issued according to the further time for which  it would but for this section have been valid.  NOTICE  "VTOTICE is hereby given that a special meet-  ���1" ing of the Shareholders. of the Slocan  Milling Company, Limited Liability, will be  held" at the office of the Company, at New  Denver, B.C., on Monday, the 21st day of June  1897, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of considering the expediency of selling the whole or  such portion of the assets of the Company as  may be agreed upon at such meeting, and if  agreed upon, passing resolutions authorizing  any such proposed sale to be carried into  effect, and for such other business as may be  properly brought before the meeting.  FRANK   COX,  Secretary.  New Denver, B.C., May 17th, 1897.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  EMPIRE   NO:   5   AND    BRYAN   NO.   4.  MINERAL CLAIMS.  Situated in the Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  On Carpenter Creek about one and a half  miles above Cody.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Moore, acting'  as agent for A. C. Holland, free miner's  certificate No. 89405 and John McNeill, free  miner's certificate No. 77854, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 87, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 24th day of May, 1897.  my27-jy27 CHARLES MOORE.  ADELA MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the. Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District on the Galena Farm south of  Silverton, B."C.  TAKE NOTICE the we the undernamed Ada J.  Brown, free miner's certificate No 74,227 .and  James C Bolander, free miner's certificate No  65.906 and William Thornlinson, free miner's certificate No 74,607, intend sixty days .from date:  hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for. a cer-  tficate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim. "  And further take notice that action under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of  such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2oth Day of April, A.. D. 1897,    :  ju 22  HALTON CHIEF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District, British Columbia.  Where located? On the O.K. Creek,-a  tributary of the north fork of Carpenter  Creek, and about five miles northeast of  Three Forks: :  T��AKE NOTICE, that I, M. J Meeker, acting  JL l as agent for E. S; Graham, free miner, certificate No. 80480, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the* Mining Recorder  forbertificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant for the above  claim. * '...���'���.'..'  And, further take notice, that action under  Section 37 must be Commenced before the issuance of said certificate of improvements.,  M.-.J. MEEKER.  Dated this, 22nd day of May, 1897. yjy_7  I i ; '. ��� ; ������i  '_>  ..No. 387.-  '    . :    ���  CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF  A FOREIGN COMPANY.  'Companies' Act," Part IV., and amending Act?  "The Arlington Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company* (Foreign).  Registered the 3rd day of March, 1897.  T HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  X registered "The Arlington Consolidated Milling and Smelting Company" (Foreign) under the  '���Companies' Act," Part IV.,"Registration of Foreign Companies," and amending Acts.  The heart office of the said Company is situated  at the City of Spokane, in the State of Washington, U. S. A.  The objects for which the Company is established  are:���To work, operate, buy sell, lease, locate,  acquire, procure, hold and deal in mines, metals  and mineral claims of every kind and description  within the United States of America and the Province of British Columbia, Canada; to carry on  and conduct a general mining, smelting arid reduction business; to purchase, acquire, held,  erect and operate electric and power plants for  the purpose of mining and treating ores, and for  the;purpose of furnishing lights and creating  power for all purposes ; to bond; buy, lease, locate  and! hold ditches, flumes and water rights; to  conduct, lease, buy,sell, build or operate railroads,  ferries, tramways and other ways of transportation, for transporting ores, mining and other  materials: to own bond, buy, sell, lease, aiid  locate timber and timber claims^ and finally to do  everything consistent, proper, convenient and  requisite for the carrying on of the objects and  purposes aforesaid in their fullest and broadest  sense, within the territory aforesaid.  The capital stock of the said Company is one  million dollars, divided into one million shares of  the par value of one dollar each. -  Given under my hand and seal'^of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 3rd  day of March, 1897.  M.[ S.  Y, WOOTTON,  Regisirar of Joint Stock Companies  APPLICATION  FOR  LICENSE.  CAZUBAZUA MINERAL CLAIM.  NOTICE.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that 60 days after  1Y date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,, for permission to  purchase 100 acres of land, more or less situated  about 2�� miles south of New Denver, on east shore  of Slocan Lake, West Kooteiiay, B.C. Commencing at J. C.Harris' S.W. corner, thence north 80  chains, theiice west to mineral claim Neglected  and following east and south boundaries of said  claim to Slocan lake, thence southerly along east  shore of said lake to point of commencement.  J'C. Harris.  Dated April 22nd, 1897. ap29-je29  NOTICE.  Situate iu the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.   Where located: OnFotr  ; Mile creek about 4 miles east of the town oi  Silverton.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Bremner, acting  1 las agent for George Fairbairn, free miners'  certificate No-79256, and Frank Culver, free  miners' certificate No. 66005 intend.sixty days  from the date hereof to apply to the Mil i g  Recorder for a ceitificate Of improvements  for the purpose of obtaing a Crown Grant of  the.above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section ?.7 miiht be commence.I before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  DAVID   BREMNER.  Dated this 10th day of June, 1897. jelO-agl^  WAKEFIELD' MINERAL   CLAIM.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that thirty days after  Ii (date, the undersigned will apply to the  Stipendiary magistrate of West Kootenay for  a license to sell liquor by i��etail at his hotel,  near Aylwin, on Ten Mile creek, Slocan Dis'  trict. ������ '.������'���-'���  PAT STRATFORD:  May20,1897. my20-je20  NOTICE.  NOTIOE.  OL\T\ days after date I intend to -apply, to the  Ll. Chief Commissioner of Lands and \Vorks for  lwrmission to purchase the following descrihed  land situated on Snow Creek, about three miles  Irom the Columbiariver: Commencing at a post  marked W. A. Harrison's north-west corner post  and running east 40 chains, thence south 40  chains, thence west 40 chains, thence north 40  chains to pointof commencement.and containing  16:) acres of land inore or less.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty (60) days  after date I intend to apply to rhe Chief Com-;  missioner of Lands and-Works for permission to  purchase 160 aeries of land commencing at a post  marked L. P. S's N.E. (Jorner, thence 40 chains  south, thence 40 chains west, thence 40 'chains  north, thence 40 chains east to pointof commencement, near Fennell and Four Mile creeks, Slocan  district, and adjoining the ground staked by Thos.  Abriel.  LUTHER PRESCOTT STARRATT  Dated Ap.ii'114,1897.  ap22-ju23  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located: On Four  Mile Creek about 4 miles east of the town pf  Silverton.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Bremner, acting  as agent for George Fairbairn, free miners'  certificate No.. 79256, arid J H. Wereley, free  millers' certificate No. 61697 (personal representative for W- H. Smith), intend sixty'.*days  from the "date hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorder fqr a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice -that actidriJu_-der  Section 37must; be commenced before the issuance of such certificate'of improvements.  DAVID   BREMNER.  Dated this 10th day of June, 1897. jelO-aglO.  HIDDEN  TREASURE  MINERAL   CLAIM  "VTOTICE is hereby given that a special meeting.  -^ Of the shareholders of the Alamo Mining Company, Limited Liability, will be held at the office  of the Company, at Three Forks, B. C, on Monday; the 21st day of June, 1897, at 10:30 o'clock,  a. m'., for; the purpose of considering the expediency of-clling the whole or such portion of the  assets of the Company as may be agreed upon at  such meeting, and if agreed upon, passing resolutions authorizing any such proposed sale to be  earned into effect, and for such other business as  may lie properly brought before the meeting.  Frank Cox, Secretary.  New Denver, B. C.; May 27th, 1897.  NOTIOE.  A  William.  Nakusp, West Kootenav,  14th April, 1897.  Alkrkd Harrison,  ap29-jc29  NOTICE.  SPECIAL MEETING, of the Stockholders  of the Sunshine Mining Company.Limited,  Liability, will be held at the Concentrator,  Three Forks, B. C, on the Third day of  July, 1897'at Twelve o'clock, M., for the purpose of granting an option or authorizing a  sale of all or a part of the Company's assets  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated at Detroit, Michigan, U.S A.,  this 25th day of May, 1897.  W. H. YAWKEY,  Secretary.  Situated in the .Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where-located?  About 800 feet from left fork of Sandon  Creek, and runs parallel with Slocan King  and Emma claims.  ''PAKE NOTICE that I, the. undersigned,  x George Alexander, Free Miners' Certificate  No. 74000, intend, sixty days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commeneed before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  GEORGE   ALEXANDER  Dated this 24th day of May, 1897, je3-ag3  "VTOTICE is hereby, given that a special meeting  V. of the Shareholders of the Slocan Tramway  Company," will be held at the office of the Company, at Three Forks; B.C., on Monday the 21st  dayjof June, 1897, at. 12 o'clock, m., for the  purpose of considering the expediency of selling jthe whole or such portion of the assets of  the jCompa ny as- maybe agreed iipon at such  trieejting, and if; agreed; upon^ passing resolutions authorizing any such proposed sale to  b.-yclarried into effect, arid for such other business as may be properly brought before, the  meeting.  FRANK   COX,  Secretary.  Thrive Forks, B.C .May 17th, 1997.  NOTICE.  A  OTICE is hereby'given that we the under-  x\ signed intend, 60 days after date, to make  application' to the Chief Commissoner of Land  and Works for permission to purchase 160  acres of land situated 8 miles north-east of j day of July, 1897,  Nakusp on Koos Kanaok Creek, /on the north  shore of Upper Arrow Lake, West Kootenay  District, commencing at Initial Post No. 1,  south from No. 1 post 40 chains, east thence 40  chains, north thence 40 chains, west to place  of commencement.  LYLAXD   MCDOUGALD.  WILLIAM    HUSTON.  Stakes -iarp-l 5(-li of May. 1 .*-!<<7. je3-a .�����:���;���  SPECIAL   MEETING   of the Stockholders  of the   Cumberland   Mining    Company,  Limited, Liability, will be held at the Concentrator,  Three Forks,   B.  C,    on  the   Third  at eleven o'clock,  a.m., for  the purpose of granting an option or authorizing a sale of all or part of the Company's assets  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.,  this 25th day of May, 1897.  W.H.YAAVKEY,  Secretary.  JO-JO  CLAIM.  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  On North Fork of Carpenter Creek, about  five miles above Three Forks.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Thomas Sinclair Gore,  acting as agent for Alice Trenery, free  miners' certificate No. 74265 and A- L. Davenport, free miners' certificate No. 74398, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  T.   S.   GORE.  Dated this 2i;Hi day of May. 1897.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that a special meet-  -*-' .ing of the Stockholders of the Minnesota  Silver Company, Limited, will be held at the  Concentrator, near Three Forks, British Columbia, on the 21st day of June, 1897, at 11  o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of considering  and acting upon a proposition to sell or grant  an option upon the Elgin and Ivenhoe mineral  claims upon, terms and conditions to be stated  at the meeting-!  T.   J    AUSTIN,  Secretary.  May 20,1897. ...'  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days from date  I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase 320  acres on the Columbia river commencing at a post  planted alongside S. Walker's northwest corner  post, thence running north 40 chains, thence east  80 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence west 80  chains to the point of commencement, containing  320 acres more or less. ���  Eli en McDougald. "  Nakus;)-. April 20.1897. ap29-je29 ���-it-M'rT^Vi-ir^&'^^���~i>i&^*i^��ir- &��*  BA^^^p!jf^Sia!i^^)^smsa^^T:  Fourth Year.  THE   LEDGE.  HOW   IT   HAPPENED.  I pray you, pardon me, Elsie,  And smile that frown away,  That dims the light of your lovely face  As a thunder-cloud the day.'-  I really could not help it���  Before I thought 'twas done���  And those great 'grey eyes flashed bright and  cold  Like an icicle in the sun.  I was thinking of the summers  Whmwe were boys and girls.  And wandered in the h^ossoming woods,  And the gay wind romped with your curls.  And vou seemed, to me the same little girl  I kissed In the alder path,  I kissed the girl's lips, and, alas,  I have roused a wornan's wrath.  There is not so much to pardon���  For why were your lips so red?  The blonde hair fell in a shower of gold  From the proud, provoking head.  And the beauty that flashed from the splendid  eyes  And played round the tender mouth  Rushed over my soul like a warm, sweet wind,  That blows from the fragrant South.  And where, after all, is the harmydone?  I believe you were made to be gay,;  And all of youth not given to love, -j. .-._;-  Is vainly squandered away;  And strewn through life's low labors,  Like gold in the desert sands,  Are love's swift kisses and sighs and vows,  And the clasp of clinging hands.  And when you are old and lonely,  In Memory's 'magic shriney  You will see, oii your thin and wasting hands,  Like gems, these kisses of mine.  And when you muse,at evening,  At the sound of some, vanished name, v     .  The ghost of my kisses shall'toueh .your..- lips,  And kindle, your heart to flame.-.  "   ���Col. John Hay.  his word, ��orr, and so he said, 'Begorra, I'll prove  the truth of me worruds,' and off with his clothe J  and in he jumped."  The professor's face wore an amused and quizzical expression.  "Yes,sorr, in he jumped, and didn't come up  again at all. at all."  "But," said the professor, "I don't see that your  cousin proved his point by recklessly drowning  himself."  "Sure, sorr,it .wasn't drowned at all he was,  the next day comes a cable from him in Australia  askin' to send on his clothes.' '���Tit Bits.  A Ready Answer.  Some people are never at a loss for an answer,  and,the colored v.i let who got off the following is  a good exponent of that class. It seems he was a  lazy rascal, and his master one day remonstrated with him about his neglect of duty.  . But, ma8sa,T um not equal to the occasion as I  once wuz. '  Why, George, what on earth is the matter with  you now?  I's got a stich in my side, sir, dat .rubbles me a  powerful lot, an' I,s uot able to do as much as I  hah been coin'.  B stich in your side! Oh, come. George, that  won't do. Where did you get such a thing as a  stich in your side ?  De oder day, sah. You see, I wuz hemmed in  by a crowd.  ONE OF EACH  Nails, Ore Sacks, Goal, Hardware, Canned Goods,  Iron and Steel, Hay, Green Vegetables, Oats,  Groceries, besides the many smaller lots coming in  daily.   We invite you all.    Low prices for cash.  THREE FORKS      WM ���   H U NTER & CO.,      SILVERTON  J&qt/^S&Afy/^    -%A^y  SANDOfl  Seeing the Town.  THE   I_ITTJ_E  PESSIMIST.  A recruit of a Highland regiment just arrived  in Dublin went out through the city; .and remaining  beyond hours was absent in  tnfe roll  call.  Next morning he was brought before the officer.in  command. When asked for an excuse he told he  had lost his way. '!l'll take your apology this  time," said the officer, "but ye. maun mind y.e'-ll  hae to bide in barracks till ye ken the toon."  Weslaye  To save - :  The shining gold.   ...  We brave  The grave  To be called bold.  We taste "".      ���-'���'  With haste  The joys of \o\ e.  Debased,  We waste  Gifts from above.  ���Silas McChesney Piper.  -Tliis   _KTe w  :e__o-uls��, -  With the old name, is well equipped to accomodate a large number of Guests.   The building if*  ../-. . ������������������ ���������.������..������-������.������������ - -  plastered and the rooms are unsurpased for comfort in the Slocan, while in the,  Dining Room can be found the best food iii the market. ���  Literally Unspeai-alble.  Foreman���We've pied the matter on the Cretan  situation.   It's late; what had we better do���set it  lip again or omit the article entirely ?  Editor Basswood Corners' Hustler���Neither.  Just straighten up the pied matter a little and run  it as it is, Readers won't know the difference. It  was mostly those Eastern proper names, anyhow.  ���Texas 'Sittings...- -���:     "..���'.;"-.���.������--.--.-���'-  Only the Spout.  She (bitterly)���I wonder why it is woman has  no charms for a man after she becomes his  wife.... . ������:���"���!.."'������ *"' .-���-������ -��� -'.:..  He (more so)���Oh, I fancy she feels more comfortable with them off. -Detroit Journal. ^  He���They have a saying now that all the world's  awheel.'." - - . -.���',.���  To be sure it is. And its a scorcher, too, whirling at the rate of more than 1000 miles an hour.--  Detroit Free Press. ,  I^O_3_-GK.T oxj_srj<riN-o  Proprietor  Clifton House.  A weliTknown evangelist who was conducting a  mission in one. ofy the big towns of Scotland was  addressed by an old woman after the meetin g in  the following manner��� "Hey. mon, but ye be a  rale foontain ;o' blassing." "Oh! no, my good  woman,I am nothing; Jesus is- the fountain,"  humbly responded the preacher. "Well, then, ye  maun be the spout," was the answer.  Sandon.  Has ample accommodations for a large number of people. The rooms are large  and airy, and the Dining Room is provided with everything in the market.  S imple Rooms for Commercial Travelers.  John Buckley, Prop  A Ready Reply  Church was over, and as usual a company Of  women were standing about the doorway talking  and laughing,'though probably not concerning  the sermon. Soon a young man acquainted with  the group approached, saying���"Are you never  going home? You are blocking the way like  Balaam!s ass." "You are w-rong there," replied  a young lady with a toss of her head; 'it was the  angel who blocked the way, and the ass made a  fuss about it."  Seven vs. Twenty-Seven.  "I suppose," said the man whose hobby, is  economy,' 'that as people advance in years they  increase in wisdom.   But I have my doubts."  "I'm sure I have more practical views of life  than I had some years ago," replied his wife.  "I won't dispute it. But the unalterable fact  remains that a seven-year-old girl will be perfectly happy on Easter with a few hard boiled eggs  which are | inexpensive and good to eat, while a  twenty-seven-year-old girl cannot exist without a  h gh-priced ?hat, whose only function is to make  Avoman jealous in church or some man miserable  in the theater."  Having placed some new machinery  in eur Mill, we are prepared to fur.  nish all kinds of rough and dressed  Lumber  and Shingles  at Eeduc ed Prices  PRICE  LIST:  Rough Lumber, narrow, ��10 oO  u"        "        wide, $11 00 to 12 ..  Joist and Scantling, sized up to  18 feet long,  8'to24 '  21 'to 30 '  Flooring, T & G, 6"  Vjcint Ceiling, a  "Rustic,  Shiplap,  Surfaced Dressed,  Turner, Beeton & Co.  Wholesale Merchants, Shippers and Importers.  VICTORIA,  B.C.  LONDON,   ENG.  Kootenay Branch���NELSON, B. C.  A large stock of all sized bags always on hand in Nelson  The  ii.,  12'..  13 .,  20 ...  22 ..  22 ..  19 ..  14 ..  13  A liberal discount on large orders for Cash, ^,  PETER GENELLE & Go  TBeProsjectors'Assay  Brandon, B. C,  NEW DENVER, B.C.  Is a new house, with new furniture and everything comfortable  for the taaveling public. The bar has the best goods in the  market. ANGRIGNON BROS., Proprietors.  Vancouver Sash & Door Co.,  A Satisfactory Proof.  In County Sligo, among the hills, there is a  small lake renowned in that region for its fabulous depth. A professor happened to be in that  part of Ireland last summer, and started out one  fine day for a ramble among the mountains, accompanied by a native guide As they climbed  Pat asked him if he would like to see this lake,  ' 'for it's no bottom at all, sorr.''  "But how do you know that. Pat?" asked the  professor.  "Well, sorr, I'll tell ye; me own cousin was  showin'the pond to a gentleman one day, sorr,  and he looked incredulous like, just as you do,  and me cousin couldn't stand it for him to doubt  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 00  Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead  4 00  Gold and Copper.  2 50  Silver and Copper.  2 50  Gold, Silver and Copper  3 00  Platinum. ...A..  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 Arsenfc* each.  4 00  Coal (Fixed Carbon, WlatileMatter, Ash,  and percentage of  Coke, if Coking  Coal) 7. 40  Terms: '.Casli With Sample.  June 20th, 1S95,  Assayer and Amil^st  Amalgamated with Genelle & Co.  Prepared to furnish  Rough and Coast Dressed Lumber,  Sash & Doors, Moulding, Finishings, Etc,  Nakusp, B.C.  Office, Warehouse and Yard:   NAKUSP.  J. B- McGHIE, Local manager  FEED'XSft  Nelson, B. C.  Full Line of Suitings and  Trouserings alwavs on hand.  A new stock of  Gents' Furnishings,  Special lines in Imlbreggan.Carpets. Mats.  Floor and Table Oilcloth and Linoleum.  Also the latest styles in Dress Goods and  Trimmings:     in. silks   and    velvets    and  buttons;   Sheeting   and    Pillow    Cotton  Ctherarticles too  numerous  to mention  Millinery the In test style alwavs on hand!  UR<. \\\.\V. AM.RKLY. 8.  THE   LEDGE.  Fourth Year.  MINING   RECORDS,  Recorded  at New  Denver  Transfers and Locations:  the   Assessments  ASSESSMENTS.  June 1  Tailholt���W H Ferguson  Snowbank���J D Reid  Mammoth No 5���Henry Covington  Grizzley���Frank Provost and H A McMillan  Hope Fraction���A Rush . .  Skukum���W G Boie  Victoria���Martin Isaacson  Bowling Green���Joseph Law  Shiloh���W L Callanan  Humboldt No 3���W H Hillyar  Hortentia���S T Walker et al \,  No 3���T Sherman .  -��� Freddie Lee Fraction���WS Gurnee  June 2  Hemlock���Chas Fass  Baltic���Herman Clever  Summit~E S Kinney  Silverton No 2 and Fishermaiden���A Av Webb  New Comet���A Nault  Star���H C Freer  June 3  Rostock���-A R Fingland  Queen Fraction���David Matheson  Marion���Florence L Mclnnes, Alexander Sproat  ct al  June 4  Bonnie Doon Fraction���Jno Stcwart  Capitol���Geo M Davis  Beaver���A H Bremncr  Jane 5 ���, ,  Onslow���Robt Cooper . v .  Silver Bill���J A Smith et al  Mercury���J A Smith  Eureka No 2 and Mineral Rill-  Shusuap���P S"Byrne  -Bruce AV Idle  June 7  Florence���Lott Willey  W& I, Three Guardsman and Clipper���N   W  Fessler  Quebec���A R Johnston  Okanagan Fraction���XV f Hancock  ' Jennet C���J A Coldwell  Badger State���J R Cook et al  T G���Thos Johnson  Rou'et e,Lucky Move,Rebound, Mountain Lilly  H A Ross etal  Lost Tigei���T Lonezon  Rienzie���Chas W Crtl'a'ian  Rabbit Paw-  Star -M&.MCs.  J V Purvianee  and Josph  Donald  J   T  Two Brothers  June 8  Globe���Ernest Do Lashmuth  Ethel Fraction���H P Ewin  Red Jacket���P Burns  Hudson Fractional���L Roy SI. tr  Richmond���Geo Grooderham-  Sundown���T A Collins  ���'���     Pilot���W R Winstead  Bonanza���C J Grant etal  Suwancc���Albert Behnc  *v    -   , LOCATIONS.  Junel  Black Horse���Sea ton, J W Bryan  Henrietta���Nemo, D  A  McDonell  McDonald ���  Georgie���G Mile, Josc])h McDonald and  McLennan  High Water���10 Mile, F D Phillips  June 2  Low Fraction���Lemon. A R Balduston  Scramble���Slocan,E W Ham  Lask Jack, Summit���Lemon,Benjamin Robertson        o '   ..    ���  Argentine���Seaton, Gust Jnhjiston  West Essa���Lemon,J F Reihy  Kid���same, H G Aitchlson  Summerside Fractional���Cody, J C Platts  June 3  St Lawrence���Carpenter, John Foster  Ranger���Lemon, Jas Weir  Pontiac���Dayton, W R Clements  Gold Dust���1_vans, W R Clements  Oxford���same  Gilt Edge and Brant���same, S B Clements  O K No 2 Fractional���O K, M J Meeker  Franklin���Carpenter, Jno Trewick  Toronto Boy���Wilson, H  Mansfield  and  Vick  Harvey���samc,G H Murhard  Lone Ledge���Slocan City, John P Driseoll'  Queen of Sheha���Springer, same  White Rock���Wilson! ft H Munroe  Dominion���Slocan lake, Thos Oliver  Drnmniond���same, Halbert Oliver v  Half way���12 Mile, R McCormick  Mountain View  and  North  Mountain   IJay-  Lemon, Jno R Miller ���  Alena Hazel���Springer, F J Smith  Annie Fractional���Springer, Wm Caldwell  Inverness���Lemon, Jno R Miller  XV J Bryan���Carpenter, Peter O'Relev  Mav Flower���10 Mile. J F Honcyford  North Star���between -1 Mile and 10 Mile, Michael  Murphy  Alabama���Wilson, Ellen Nault  Tuti Fruitli���Carpenter. Jas A McDonald  Legal Tender���Evans, Duncan  Lindsay,  lien ton.  .June -i  Reindeer���Paynemt, Edward Evans am  Cameron  Turk���Springer, J A Moran  Gertie���West Slocan lake, Harry Allen  Royal Arthur��� Carpenter, J G Rollins  Me'rtia and 'Chickinun -same, Norman McMillan  Lakcshorc���Six Mile. Harold P Christie  Mountain Top���adjjining   North   Star,   Lewis  Otte and Sam'l Kehncl-  ' Portland���Adj Oregon, same  Junc 5  _Middlesex and Lake View���iiM.1 :,S S Cnmenn,  MkeMadigan  Nellie Grant���Slocan. Chas Patrin  Sunslune���������same, Jos Colictt  Copper .Mountain���head Slocan lake. R ���Gillette  Lake View and Good Thing,   push   it   a I midwest Slocan lake, Al Wilds  Leader���same, Ralph Wilds  Cimiabozua Fractional���Four Mile, A H 1 in'inner  Societv Fraction���S'irimrcr. Neil McMillan  Thos  Robin Fraction���same, M R W Rathborne  Silver Hill���Cody, Jno McNeil  Silver Tip���Carpenter, Jno Foster  Grizzley���same, AVm McNiven,,  Young American���Lemon, N Vucovitch  Mountain Nymph���Lemon, M Arnold  White Rose Nos 1, 2 and 3���N E Holmgren and  Geo Hood, Slocan lake ,-  Albert���8 Mile. Harry Davis and Wm Kerr  Goshen and Iron Mask���Lemon. M J McDonnell and Pat Nolan  Stina���same, Emil Gustofson  Youkon���same, F S Andrews  Homestake���same, Sidney Cooper  Canadian Boy���same, Sidney Cooper and E Mc-  Fadden  June 7 >  Bunker Hill���10 Mile, W XV Fessler     ". ������  vFreeport���4 Mile, Wm Valentine  Bolivia and Peru���same, H Clever  Timber Lake���same, Wm Valentine  Jeanie���Slocan lake, Thos M Rae  Lake View���IJosebery, Duncan D McDonald  Gladstone���Wilson. Wm Sehulzke  Edith���adj California, D D -McPherson'  Carrie B���Silverton, Jas Gowan and HA Cousins  Echo Fraction���bet Echo and  Lost Tiger,   W  C Di-gman  Little Dick���Wilson, Joseph Strong and Albert  Cane ���   ��  Golden Nuggett���we?t Slocan lake, Duncan McPherson THI-iernan and DO McKay  Lucky Boy���Nemo; same  TRANSFERS.  June 1  Robt I Kirkwoodito John Tinling���Tlie Early  Bird, May 31..*500  Alex Harrison to Tqe Los Vegas Mining Co���  'Interes, in the Los Vegas^ April 15 -  Same to The L H Mining Cc^-TheL H.April 16  MM Perl to Los Vegas Mining Co���Interest  in the Los Vegas, April 16, .*1  Same to the L H Mining Co���Interest in the'  LH, April 16, a .'   ���'  FS Andrews to Joseph Gibbs and John E  White���To each \ Triumph, May 27, *1  Paul Nikolai to Richard Boettclier���.V Winter  Resort, May 13, $300 ���       "        <���-.  Benj V Risdon to W A Van Tassel���The Forest Fire. April 30, \W ���  John A Finch, to W H Robertson���\ Robertson, March 24, !j;l-  Wm H Robertson to AH Bremner���.V Ro-  bertson^J'une 1, .1.2,503  W iL jPotter and John A Kinman to Chais  Hoffman [or others���Agreement to sell Alexandra and Dellig, May 28, i-4.5-0  June 2  P M Hayes to C K Hammond���The Sapphire  and G-em. Jan 11, ��10,000  June 3  Hugh B Fletcher to W S Brewery���All interest in Gentle Annie, May27, ��5)  '-Josiah Fletcher and Archie Fletcher to same  ���1/6 in Bessie, May 28, ij.75  Wm Ryan to same���1/6 Bessie, May 14, i 50  Minnie Boettclier to same���-J Gentle Annie,  May 27, ��50 "    ,    .'  Otto Tornfeldt to Wm R Will���\ Odin, May  28, a ������-*-.���������.  Frank A Wells to Geo Petty���All interest in  Hustler Fraction, May 20  L J Cross to Chas A. Schooley���All interest in  Bell view No 2, April 24-��1  D A Van Dorn to D A McDonell���} Sarriia  and } Mountain Chief No 3, June 3, ��250  DO Lewis, Geo MSoRelle, JosephTraficante  to Frank Fletcher���Galena Mountain, March  11 v* 1000  J M M Benedum to Geo H Suckling���The  Horseshoe, June 3, .fl  June 4  J A Finch to D J Weir���} Robertson, March  24, ��1 u  D J Weir to A H Bremner���V Robertson, June  4, .953  June 5  Joseph Dean to Thos Mayue Daly���All interest in R W T, Feb 27, $1,000  Joseph Franz to same���All interest in R W  T, Feb 27, ��1300'  ;  John McMillan and Richard W Thompson to  same���Interest in R W T, Feb 17, ��8300  H G Aitch.i_.on to Joseph Traficante���\ Kid,  May 31, U  J F Reilly to same���} West Essa, May 31, ^1  W J Elliott to the Slocan Gold and Silver  Mining Co���} Madge, May 21, ?l  June 7  H A Miller to R V Risdon and N W Fessler���  } Boomerang, Jan 15,'96. i1!  W Findlay to A R Johnston���The Quebec.  Feb 11, .fl  H Clever to Wm Valentine���The Peru and  Bolivia, June 7, y2  June 8        ,  HA Miller to Joseph Franz���j Boomerang,  Jan 15, fl  WR Winstead to  13. fl  | NEWS IN PLACE j  Charlie Sproule has arrived in Rossland.  COOK WANTED���Apply at the Slocan Hos.  pital. ." . '���  John G. Devlin, recently married, is building  a residence at Nakusp.  J. S. Reeder opened the Hotel Wellington at  Three Forks, on Tuesday.  W. W. Merkley has commenced work on his  store building on Sixth St.  The passenger train on the N. & S. inaugurated  the Sunday service this week.  Inspector McPherson of the N. XV. Police, and  Dr. Brett of Banff, were in town Sunday.    ,  Pat Stratford has the frame work of his hotel  up, His hotel is on Bob Covington's tOAvnsite,just  below the Enterprise. A second hotel is also proposed at the same point.  W. H. Brandon had a narrow escape last Saturday at Silverton. While mounting a horse, the  animal bolted and dragged him quite a distance.  Beyond severe bruises he was uninjured.  Col. Davis is in New Denver with a view to embarking in business. He is one of the most successful hotel men of the west, and his presence  would be felt in thje Slocan if he embarks in business.'' .  New Denver will be made in to.-" a- school district and trustees elected on the 2Gth of. June.  Messrs. Mclnnes, Thompson and Vallance were  elected temporary trustees for..the present  month.  .. .-'.,  ��� .   '..'������;'    ' :A ��� '"'.  A carload of Sash"and* Doors and  one of Oats and Feed-at Bourne Bros.  The  Fashionable  imponum  ���  Having purchased R. S.  Wilson's interest in  the Slocan Tailoring Business, and  --���removed to the������  The ...Enterprise.-;-'  The contract has been let to enlarge'the bunk-  houses at the Enterprise and make them capable  of housing 140 men. No. 5 tunnel has been commenced. "All the tunnels are to be connected by  upraises, one of which will be 270 feet in height.  This will afford stoping ground for 150 men. The  Enterprise has ore in all its tunnels and it is estimated that the ore in sight is worth nearly half a  million dollars. The experts employed by Brown  and Hyman visited the mine last week and took  awav s 'veral small sacks of ore.  One door east of the Postoffice,  with a first-class line of  ummcr  in Scotch and  Canadian   Tweeds;���'.,  English,     German     and     French  Worsteds; and also a large variety  of   Serges,    Worsteds.  Venetians, yy     >  "���'.'��� Trouserings, Etc., I will offer to my  customers special bargains in '  Suits   $20 UP Pants$6 up  ranging from T -^       from    7. *  Any orders you inay fa>vor nie with  shall have  my best attention and  shall be niuch esteemed. .Satisfac-     /  tion guaranteed.     Oiily  first-class  workmen employed. ���  M. A. WILSON,  New Denver, B.C. ;    .    Merchant Tailor.  EVEY  Ladies, go to Miss Cameron for d ress-  making. Work guaranteed.' < At F.  Pyman's, Sixth St. .'-'���. f  Dining Room and Bar.  class in  every  respect,  well furnished.   ��� Trail  Ten   and  Twelve  Negro  Love Song.  Seen my.lady home las' night,  Jump back, honey, jump back,  Hel' huh ban' an' sque'z it tight,  Jump back, honey, jump back.  Hyeahd Jiuh sigh a little sigh,  Seen a light gleam from huh eye,  Ai^ a smile go flit-in' by-  Jump back, honey, jump back.  Hyeahd de win' blew thoo dc pine,  Jump back, honey, jumn back.  Mockin'-bird was singin' fine,  Jump back, honey 'jump back.  An'my heart A'as beaiin' so,  When I reached my lady's do'  Dat I couldn't ba' to go ���  Jump back, honey, jump back.  Put my ahm aroun'huh wais!  Jump back, honey, jump back,  Raised huh lips an' took a tas'e,  ���   Jump back, honey, jump back.  Love me, honey, love me true ?  Love me well ez I love you V  An' she answer'd, ''Cose I do"���  Jumn back, honey, jump back.  First-  Rooms  open to  creeks.  Pack and Saddle Animals to hire.  ALLEN&CORY, Proprietors.  Yevey, Slocan Lake, B.C.  .:  -NOTICE. ���."':..,'  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days afterdate  I intend to an ply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, for a special license to cut and  carry away timber on the following described  lands: Commencing at a. post marked Raoul  Green's southeast corner, situated on the south  side of Wilson creek, about 4^ miles from The  Forks, about sixteen miles from Roseberry, running ;thence 120 chains north, thence 80 chains  west, .thence 120 chains _outh, thence 80 chains  east to initial post, containing 960 acres.     ������:.'.  .      RAOUL GREEtf,  June 1st, 1897. .        Sandon, B, C.  NOTICE  ���Paul L. Dunbar.  A carload.  Bourne Bros.  of groceries just in  at  A car load of Chatham wagons  just arrived in New Denver  Bourne Bros. .  has  for  "VTOTICE is hereby given that thirty days after  IN dater.I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and, Works for a special license  to cut and carry away timber on the following  described lands: Commencing at a post marked  Miles Carroll's (southeast corner, situated on the  south side of Wilson creek, about 4\ miles from  the forks, about 16 miles from Rosehery, running'  40 chains east, 120 chains north, 80 chains west,  120. chains south, 40 chains to initial post, con  taining 960 acres.  .  Junelst, 1897.  MILES CARROLL.  Thos Hooker���} Pilot, May  NOTICE.  The   Wells-Petty  Settlement.  The litigation between Frank Wells and Geo  Petty, involving the title in the Hustler Fraction, has been finally settled. Petty to pay  Wells -t2400 in cash, the . plaintiff to retain all  costs, already paid by.^he defendant; each  party to pay his own costs of all further proceedings. This also settles all causes of action  between the parties in connection with the  Monitor No.-2.  (I   J  K.    OF   P.   OFFICERS.  The semi-annual election of officers, K. of  P., was held Monday evening in the Bolander  building, and the following chosen :   CO,, C  F. Nelson :   V.C., J. C. Bolander ��� M. of W , F  LoCasto ; Prelate, AV. P. Evans ; K.R.S., W J  Spaul;   M. of E., H. Steere :   M. ofF., H. J Py-  man;  Boneh  M. of E  M. at A., P.  : O.G,D. A.  "VTOTICE is.hereby given that 30 days after date  ri I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Woods for a special license to cut and  carry away timber on the following described  lands: Commencing at a post marked WTilIiam  Mercicr's northwest "corner, situated on the south  side of Wilson creek, about .V mile from Rosehery,  thence south 123 chains,; thence east 80 chains,  thence norrh 120 chains, thence west ||80 chains to  initial post, containing 960 acres.  June 1st, 1897. WILLIAM MERCIER.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date  i\ I -intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to cut and  carry away timber on the following described  lands: Commencing at a post marked David  McKay's southeast corner, situated on the south  side cf Wilson creek, about one mile above the  forks, about 12 miles from Rosebery, running  thence 60 chains west, thence 60 chains, north,  thence 40 chains west, thence 6J chains north,  thence 80 chains cast, thence 60 chains south,  thence 40 chains east, thence 60 chains south,  ) thence 20 chains west to initial post, containing  960 acres.  June 1st,  1897.  DAVID McKAY.  C. J). Rand.  D. S. Wallbridge  Lindquest ;  McDonell.  J. G., W. W.  Plenty of Powder, Fuse,Caps, Picks,  Drills and other supplies for miners  : at Bourne Bros.  Don't overlook Wilson s Hotel when  you are in Slocan Citv. t  Mining* and Stock Brokers,  Notaries Public and Conveyancers,  ('lilT Kxtt'iision  Mil  Dalv  Carpets of various shades and  pat-|  terns at Bourne Bros.  V__*A.  Mines bought and sold. Stocks for sale in all B. C  Official brokers for Wonderful Croup Mining Co.  Kootenay agents for Bondholder Mining  Co.,   St.   Keverne_ Mining  Phoenix Consolidated. Mining Co. and Two-Friends Mine Co.'s stocks..  Companies   Stoo3s.ed  a,rxd  Promoted,  mines.  Co  A'  fl

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