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The Ledge May 23, 1895

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 o  i/M  it-'  l-L^l  L :,:h:  //m  X*  / V  ���>��",  >*  ...   .-^Hiiiiiinniimfmiiffi^,-:-  In 'Time the   5io:��n  Ccum= 3  ..."    try Wsif   be   the Great si  Silver Camp oh Mother ~=.  Earth. '=?  -^iliilllllllililililliJIiljiiiliillliJiillllillJJ!^  rrp"*^  ^!!ll!!!rf!!!i!!!H!f!l!l.^ .','-/  js Job Printing at This 0)":"r.e  ~ at   Prices In   Harmony  H With     U-e   He an.iijiy  == Condition oi -Silver.  '%illjll3lilllllli!lil j JliiiilllllllllllJJilJJIIll ^  Vol. II. No. 31.  NEW DENVER, B. C, MAY23, 1895.  Price Ten Cents.  NAKUSP ASSAYED..  UNDER THE ��� UHOUND.  We visited tl;e 'Slocan Star mine  last week, and it is a star beyond a  doubt. It should, have been called  sun instead of star, for it is the '.daddy,  of all tlie mines in the district up to  date. To get to the mine from New  Denver reauir.es four 'hours oi steady  *'Mui'.ii:*ni'li3g:�� of lAt'ii in the Pretty Town   Or tlie Upraise??: si-ntl Dov/n Phases of Life  ly Arrow LaJix.  Transient trade kce]sup in a brisk  manner. ;:.'.���  ���  The workmen are new engaged on  the upper works of the new beat.'.  Numerous locations of mineral ��� on  .Cariboo   creek are   being   recorded  ^e](3... ( find swift 'leg exercise.   :It is uphill  Contractor Soper secured the job of all the way, especially after Sandon  building' the new schwoihouse. He is is passed. We arrived' at the mine  pushing his contract. just as the '"gong- sounded for dinner,  Strahre as it mav seem the fair sex and after sitting in with the boys for  outnumber tlie .'masculine si ecies at la brief period, Bruce White took us  in tow and conducted us, to the lower  tunnel, ��� therunning" of  which   has  made a mine of the Star and a cer  inty of good,times in the Slocan.,  Lighting a candle we enter the tunnel and do pur best' to keep on the  plank in the centre: of the tramway.  The candle only makes the .darkness  visible and finally retires, from active  service through the agency of a  splash of water. As we get neai;cr the  end of the tunnel we can hardly distinguish anything for a time, owing  to the dense cl ou d s of d y n a mite smok e  that hug the sides of tne tunnel, and  as: we look rounc\ at the siekly light  the assemblies held in town.     ,     ,  ,   The rumor is .denied that Genelle  & Co. purpose removing their mill to j";  their timber limits at tlie head of the jr,a  : lake.' " :  A ballwill be given Friday evening, in honor of the Queen's birthday  and under the auspices of the .Hotel  Nakusp. '.������   " ���  \ ���.'��� , ���;"'���  Byron White; J. A. Finch, Patsy  Clark and Coh Peyton are each credited with having representatives on  Cariboo creek. ^  ...   Eey. Mr. Akehurst, of,.NelBon: held;  service,   according to the Church of  England ritual, Wednesday evening 'front/the miners' candles and^wa'tch  in the schoolhouse.       ���������������,...  ���:" \   the grim figures of,the: meri at work  Much syinpathv is felt for Conductor with drill and hammer, /it puts, us .in  G. Grahain in thesudden death c>T his 'mind of what hell would: look; like  wife,: which   occurred    Wednesday: -without'. the-brapstone'aiid-fire.-y:In  ;niffht^**: M  at'the service in the schoolhouse that the mine, we saw five '������feet of clean  evening and was in good spirits. Ee. | and fifteen feet of concentrating ore,  turning home she was seized with j and concluded that we could pay a  pains about, the  heart,   and expired j million dollars for the: property ���������and  and it is expected; that 100 will be  em ploy ed before the su n i i n ei" is o yer.  A large concentrator will be built as  soon as the machinery can be brought,  in.' There are over ��� 2J,(.;00 tons of  concentrating; ore on hand. Two  big BuiJeig*ii d's'iils and an elect.iic  light riant will be put in this summer. There are 75 tons of ore sacked  for shipment, and as soon as the wagon road to ;Three Forks is in good  shape, the Star will ship ore. The  owners/have promised /o. sup] ly "ihe  C.P.E. with at least 200 tons -per  month during the suinnier. Most of  of the concentrating ore will concentrate 4 to 1, and some of it, will go 2  ���to 1.'; ,*.    . '.'       ������'.���''? -7   .' v'/ *,'���','./''  We are delighted with the Star, and  hope its "health will continue 'to improve until it gives Canada the proud  distinction of having the greatest silver mine on earth. . '  -MINING  NOTES,  IlappenijJ^s    oi'    Interest    Aniorig:    the  Treasure Vaults.'-  Numerous strikes are reported. cn  Cariboo creek, following up the snow  line. '���"''���'   :'���  Ben Butler and his .party have located a good thing opposite the Kirkwood group,,on Ten Mile.  Bob Kirkwood caine back Fr i<lay  from the Illeciliewaet country, where  lie had been  on a claim.  Mahnn  Bros  doing  assessment woi'K  of Vancouver,   are  seeking a Crown grant on ...���'tlie Van-  f-3 ;  NewStrikes tin 'the Alirha,  after a few hours' illness. Death re  suited from heart failure. The funeral  next clay ivas largely attended, F.C  /Fauquier reading the Church of England burial service at tie grave.  Two sons of 13 and 15 years, with a  grief-stricken husband are  mourn her sudden demise.  not lose on the deal.'  left  to i  Mineral Strike Near Terra.  locations of mineral have been made  on the hill adjoining on the townsite  just over the creek. Eesulting from  this all the ground between the lake  and the Mountain Chief has been  staked. ��� Float wn s found on the trail  going to the latter, and by a little  judicious prospecting Jack McKinnon  a nd Max Heckm an m ana ged., to., trace  ������ After breathing tlie compressed air  and examining the walls of the tun  nel, we proceeded to No. 3 tunnel,  hig'her up the mountain. In this tunnel we clambered up and clo.wn lad-  d e rs in to sto p es a n d i lich es of d i fi ere i) t  sizes until we were as black as tlie  historica 1 ace of spades. But we saw  ' something that millions of people have  never seen. Grentie.reader, you have  In the past, fortnight twc> W three read fairy tales of caves plastered  with gold and precious stones, that  sparkledas the bandits turned up the  lights. Well, that is something like  we saw in the Star. In one place, not  blackened by powder smoke, we  flashed our candle to and fro and  wa tched ��� the bright and glisten ing  galena shine under the feeble rays of  f'-e popular underground illuminator.  The,Alpha has 200 tons of ore ready  for shipment to Omaha. ,On this pro-  1 erty tliere is ore in six places, two  new; strikes having recently been  made. One of them, showing two  feet of clean ore, is in the upper, tunnel, and, the other in the connection  with, the main shaft. Twelve men  are working on the Alpha/and the  force will be increaseid next month.  couver,   Mountain  claims on Four. Mile  Boomer  and Zilor  One or two high assays is all tha.t is  an  influx of boom-  Sookane and Trail creek  Tomorrow's Oelebrafcioi).  Fair'weather tomorrow will entice  a .big -prowd here tb : the/ Queen's  birthday celebration from all the out-  lylhg' camps. The programme* ar-  rangecl is a good" one. Commencing  at 9:30, is the, shooting match; 10:30,  boat racing; i:30, athletic sports; 3,  baseball match; and at 8:30, tlie dance  in Shannon's halh All arrangements  have been perfected and success is  assured. , The band, of course, wil 1  be on hand to do their fehare. . To all  sports an entrance fee of 25 cents will  be charged; four to enter and three  to start���-by pistol' shot. For the  dance, gents will pay 50 cents, ladies  free. E. Shannon will provide the  luncheon.  required to' cause  sters from  into the Cariboo/ci'eek country.  Bill Springer came up from Burton  CityvMohdav. with a g'nnny sack full  of r.aiii|j}'es of Cariboo creek i-ock ibr  assay; ' Something will follow.  Ang-us McGillivery and E Shannon  made a dandy location .last week on  'Teh-Mile, 'close 'to Bob Kirkwcxul's  property. The ledge is. ten u-et in  width; "'    ���"���;  A Chapter on Bears.  the  lead.    After  wrash,   thev   sunk  sr miming  into  26  off  the  inches'of  We also saw a winze.   There is hoth-  talc.    Striking further down tlrev ran  ing  strikinglv  handsome  ���wmze.    It has a  onlv found in tunii'3  large'niouth a  about a  d is  in an open cut to get under the talc, | only found in tunnels. When found  and in doing so exposed a fine ledge j on the surface it is called a shaft,  of white quartz, with, walls of slate, j When it commences life from the roof  The quartz is widening out from eight S of tlie tunnel instead of the'bottom, it  inches, and is full, of copper stains and ! is called an upraise. When it meets  particles of galena. It is thought to | a. congenial upraise and the two be-  carry bromide of silver, and it and jcomeone,  the talc will assa.y high. The boys j There are  have done 12 days' work, opening up mine, but  the  the ends of their claims, called  Denver and Chiefj which meet on tlie  trail. About a ton of ore is on the  dump. The vein runs northeast and  sou t h west.   Bot h a re onl v a fe w m i j\  it  is called  an airshaft.  many things to see in  a  daylight is as scarce as  fiddlers in heaven.  There is enough ore blocked out in  this mine to keep a large force of men  employed   for   ten   vears.    Another  started,  and  tunnel, No. 5. lias been  utes walk from town and are likely I others will be run until a depth of  to prove bonanzas. E. A. Cameron 11,200 feet has been gained. Twenty  an l H. Sheran are on the same lead. ��men are working on the mine now,  This is a good season for bears.  They are almost as thick as yellow-  leggecl experts used .to be. It is -well  known that George Henderson harbors two 1 usty cubs in his barn, arcl  that'Red Paddy acts as ringmaster  when the youngsters perform the condensed milk act. A black bear, one  year old, was killed between Denver  and the... Forks last week. Another  member of the bruin family came to  an untimely end, while planning1' a  raid on the slaughter  house,  M  Jack  a mile  ad iff a. ii  from Three Forks,  corralled a silver tip at Bear lake the  other day, and after causing: a. sudden  death .in the family, captured two: of  the juveniles and took them to his  cabin at the Forks, where they are  now on exhibition to all coiners. It  would seem that bears were getting  common in the Slocan, and the fighting editor of this paper now carries a  Catling with him when he rambles  through the lonelv and horribly  broken-iip scenery of this bear-haunted district.  H. Sheran has put two men. at work  on the Lucky' Dutchman, on the bay  on the : other sidw of the creek. 1 le  will endeavor to strike/the ledge of  the "Denver and Chief claims:     ���  Esp(3rts are astonished  to find that  arseiiical iron in  this camp is highly  impregnated -with go J d, as witnessed  by the Harrison  assays of last week.  That is a pomt hitherto.overlooked.  IP. West, Associate, of the Eoyal  Sell ool of I\fi nOs, Loi ldon, Engl a i id',' is  opening an assay oOice here. He  conies highly recommended, as an efficient and trustworthy' mineralogist.  He should do well here.  E. CamerOn 1)as staked out the  ground between the Denver and the  Lucky Dutchman,onthe south-eastern  portion of the townsite, and-called it  the Ontario. He has strong ledge  showings of. eight inches of quartz,  with mineral in sight.  II. McDonnell, C. Gaupin, and T.  F. Cosgriff, of San Francisco, have  leased a half interest in the Eio mine.  The lease expires on December j,  1.8\1C; and in that time they have an  option to purchase for .$7, U)0. E. A.  Bielenberg, of Kaslo, is the seller.  When the camp was first .prospected  talewas thrown over the dump as  useless, no niineral being noticeable.  Inquisitive parties have proven cither-  wise and now talc is considered valuable. An assay on some from the,-  Greenleaf showed 1,1.00 ounces in silver.  In order to reach tlie Eureka mine  on frozen ground, Jim Brown's pack  train left the Forks one morning last  week at daybreak. While making  their .-way- up the mountain tlie horse  led by JJrown stumbled and rolled  down the incline and was killed. It  was Jim's best horse, and he narrowly escaped being carried down with  the unfortunate animal. Page 2.  .the: ledge.  Second Year  Published every Thursday.  K.     T.    LOWERT,    EDITOR    AND  ���      FINANCIER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Transient Advertising, 25 cents per line first insertion, 10 cents per line subsequent insertions,  nonpareil measurement.  TO CONTRIBUTORS.  Correspondence from every part of the Kootenay  District and communications upon live topics  always acceptable. Write on both sides of the  paper if you wish. Always send something good-  no matter how crude. Get your copy in while it  is hot, and we will do the rest.  THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1895.  Our pile was reduced to 11 cents  this week, and in order to meet the  deficit for the �� fiscal year, ending in  June our constituents are invited to  send by express, mail or freight all  the money they owe, or have borrowed from, us.  In 'the House of Commons, last  Thursday, Mr. Mara asked if any  steps had been taken towards arranging for a direct exchange of registeiv  ed mail matter between Kootenay  and: Spokane. Sir Adolphe Caron  replied that tlie Washington authori-  ties had been written to about the  matter, but that as yet no reply had  been received.  The value of the imports of mining  machinery admitted into the Dominion free of duty during the fiscal year  ended 30th June, 189^ was $87,035,  ���of which |2,285 was imported from  Great Britain, and $84 750 came from  the United States. Ontario imported  machinery to the value of. $39,198;  Quebec, $13,683; Nova Scotia, $26,610;  New Brunswick, $940; Manitoba,  $1,322; British Columbia, $5,282.  The recent rise in petroleum has  caused many fortunes tb be made and  lost. It has been stated that the  Standard OiP Co. made fiftv millions  of dollars by the advance in prices,  but we think five millions would be  nearer the mark. Oil, since its dis-f  covery in 1859, has sold as high as  $20 a barrel; while in November,  1864, the greasy fluid was only three  cents a barrel. As a fluctuator it  beats all records.  Tomorrow is the birthday of Queen  Victoria, and in many places in Canada, New Deliver amongst the number, the day will be celebrated in a  mariner befitting the occasion. The  Queen is 76 years old this May and  has worn a crown since 1837, Her  subjects have always been . good to  her, and as nature will not permit of  manv more holidavs on Mav 21th, we  trust that the celebrations on Fridav  will contain more loyalty, fireworks,  and general rejoicing than has ever  been witnessed before in this broad  Dominion.  To make a town grow and prosper  it is necessary to have enterprising  men in it.    With them a town with  out natural advantages will become  important. Without them a town,  even if it has great natural advantages, wilb remain in the shadow of  insignificance. One live man raises  the credit and spirits of the entire  community. His example makes  others wealthy and provides employment for all. There is room in some  Kootenay towns for enterprising; individuals to get in and shove those that  are lagging behind to the front row  of prosperity and affluence.  Teams got in to Saridbh last week,  though'the road is not very safe to  freight over. -  BARRISTER,  OOLICITOR and Notary Public:  NewDenver, B. C  =7  C3TJRE5S  s  Ssals 4  ROSSLAND, B. C.  AUR Stage Line meets all Boats arriving at Trail  Vj   Landing. I  STANLEY    HOUSE;  ���������"    NELSON, B.?C. ;','.' }���  BEST Rooms and Board in the City.   Hot and  Cold Water.   Bath Room <jfor tlie use of the  Guests. , R.ates reasoi\able.      r .../?. /  ;���������' ���   ';.  : :  ; M^  Sandon, 33. O.  G  OOD Meals and comfortable. Rooms" make this  Hotel a pleasant place for travelei'S to stop at.  ARCHIE GRANT, Prop  New E>enVer, B. C.  OOTS and Shoes made to order. First-class  work. Imperial Calf for fine shoes. French  Goods specially adapted for" Miners' and Prospectors' use.   Goods warranted not to rip for one year  ARROW LAKE;,  IS now open for.'the accommodation of guest ��  Rates, $1.50 to S2.50 per day. Baths  25  cents each, or 5 for $1.   For further  particulars write to the proprietors.  DAWSON, CRADDOCK & Co  ���   ; ' " DOCTOR  J.   E. BROUSE,  PHYSICIAN  AND  SURGEON.  New Denver,  ���B. C  S. J. H. WERELEY,  New. Denver. B. C.,  HAS in stock Millinery, Hosiery, Ladies' Undei*-  wear. Dress Goods, etc,  . A large quantity of House Liniug at very low  prices.  Call and inspect the Stock.  S^MLBERTA."  LEAVES Kaslo for Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, and  Nelson on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 8 a m; Thursdays, at i) a in; Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 8 a m  Leaves Nelson for Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and  Kaslo on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays, at 3 p m; Tuesdays and Fridays at G pin  Closeoconnection is thus made  between  lake  Saints and all incoming and outgoing trains of the  PR at Nelson.  The steamer is newly equipped in every particular, is lit throughout by electricity, and contains a  bathroom and all moaern conveniences for the  comfort of pas.sengers.  The above schedule is m effect May 1G, 1895, subject to change.  J4S. WAUGH,      GEO. F. HAY WARD,  .��: Purser. Master  Nakusp & Slocan Railway  LTIl^Ei   CARD.  IN EFFECT APRIL 5TH, 1895.  TRAIN LEAVES  KAKUSP  Mondays at 8 o'clock  Tuesdays at 13     "  Fridays "       ���'���*  THREE FORKS  Mondays at 13 o'clock  Wednesdays at 9   "  Saturdays "  Close connection made with the Columbia river  boats for all points north arid south.  .Thisschedule is subject to change at any time  without notice. ... . <-,  * For further information apply to  J. S-: LAWRENCE,  ,���.���.���.':���/���/������;.   :-. -','/'... ."'���' :'' Trainmaster  ;'���'Nakusp,;B. G. '/,..���  RAILWAY.  Nelson & Fort Sheppard  RAILWAY.  ALL     RAIL    ROUTE     TO    SPOKANE  The only through route from Nelson, Kaslo,"1,  Kootenay Lake and all Slocan  Pbirts.  Daily   (Except   Sunday).   Between  Spokane and Northport.  Tri-Weekly Between Northport and  (: Nelson.  Leave 8:43 a.m.       NELSON.       Arrive 5:25 p.m  Thursdays,Saturdays;arnvmg at JNeison at o:zo p.  m., same day, making close connection with the  steamer Nelson for Kaslo and all -Kootenay lake  points  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays  and Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, ���>  Passengers for Trail Creek mines connect ;at  Northuort with  stage daily.' .-...,   /     v  Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.  T^ TV''''.  In Effect on Monday, April 29,1895.  The 'Quickest.  and  Cheapest TSoute  .'���'.or./',/  : ���'.West.  Steamer 1 eaves Nakusp every Thursday and SundaymoiTiiiig, making close connection at Revelstoke  with trains for all points East or  ��� -   West.    ..  Before you travel get information from  C. P. R. Agents as to time and  rates. It will save you money.  Apply to nearest Railway A^ent  or to  GEO. McL. BROWN,  District Passenger Agent,  Vancouver  REVELSTOKE  ROUTE-STR. LYTTON.  Leaves Revelstoke, south bound, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 4 aim., for all points in West Kootenay and,the south. *   /       ���   r  Leaves Robson. north bound, on Wednesdays and  Saturdays, at S p.m., for all points east and  west, via the C.P.R.  NORTHPORT    ROUTE-STR,  LYTTON.  Leaves Northport, north bound, on Wednesdays  and Saturdays, at 1 p.m.  Leaves Robson, south bound, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 0 p.m.  Stages run in connection with the steamer from  Trail Creek Landing to Rossland.  KASLO ROUTE���STR. NELSON.  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo, on Tuesdays, at o:40 p m;  Wednesdays, at 4 p nv,' Thursdays, at 5:40 u m;  Saturdays, at 5:40 p in.   Connecting on Tucs-  ������'-��� days, Thursdavs. and Saturdays with N & S F  Railway for Kaslo and lake points/  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson on 'Mondays,-at'4'-a-th:  Wednesdays, at 4 am; Thursdays, at 8 am;  Fridays, at 4 am; Connecting on Mondays,  AVedn'esdays, and Fridays with N & F S Railway for Spokane.  Close connections with Columbia &��� Kootenay.  Railway at Nelson for points'north and south.  BONNER'S FERRY   ROUTE-STEAMER  '.".'/���   KELSON.       . .   .'/./  Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry on Mondays  and Fridays at 8:30 a m.  Leaves KaSlo for Bonner's Ferry ou Mondays and  /.  Fridays at 4 a m.  Leaves  Bonner's Ferry for Pilot Bayr Nelson,  Ainsworth and K;;slo, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 a m.  Connects with east and west bound trains on the  Great Northern Railway.  The company reserves the right to change this  schedule at any time without notice.  For full information as to tickets, rates, etc., ap ���  ply at the Company's offices, Nelson, B.C.  T, ^LLAN.Sec'y,  Nelson, B. C.  J. W. TROUP.  Manager  KG Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  Page 3  CCEUR  D'ALENE NUGGETS.  Prospected   for the Benefit of Former  Residents of that Camp.  WALLACE.  So far there has been very little  damage from floods, nor is there likely to be any.  Johnson & Pugh have rented' the  Clark House. They are making extensive repairs.  A sneak thief entered Miss I Buckingham's place Tuesday morning and  stole |60 from a sideboard drawer.  Work at the Hunter is moving  along slowly but surely. The tramway and mill were started up on  Wednesday. Twenty men are employ ed on the property.  A. Danielson, who was the victim  of an accident in the Tiger mine some  months ago, whereby he lost a foot, is  having a hard time of it. He has  suffered two amputations, and on  Monday a third was performed at the  Holland hospital.  Last Monday morning when the  day shift entered the Frisco mine to  go to work, they found the 24 floors  in the stopes above the main working  tunnel carried away, a mass of rock  and broken timbers, extending the  width of one of the ore chutes, about  25 feet. Fortunately there was no  o one in the mine at the time. The  accident was caussd bj^ heavy shots.  But little, damage was done and in  two days everything was all right.  V    WARDNER.   ���"������/...���'.  Frank Heller has closed his saloon  in Wallace.  Mrs. Malone, who has been laid up  for several weeks, is convalescent.  Mrs. Albert Lang, who was taken  ill on May day, is slowly recovering.  The infant &on of J. Campbell, who  has been dangerously ill, is how recovering.  Mrs. James Neely, who has been  seriously indisposed at her home in  dataldo, is better.  Dr. J. J. Herrington has been appointed physician to the Cataldo  Lumber Company.  The steamer Georgia Gakes is now  making regular trips between Coeur  d'Alene and the Mission.  ' Fifteen men are working on the  Stemwinder under lease. , Their last  division amounted to $2:20.' a day.  Governor McConnell is endeavoring  to secure half rates on the railroads  for the students at the state univer-  sit^-  ������;���  Died, on Wedn esday evening, after  an illness of four months, Clara, the  three-year-old daughter of D. R. Cameron.  John Perry is still working in the  Sierra Nevada mine, though several  days ago he was ordered out by the  Union.  Judge Albert Hagan, who has recently returned from Hot Springs,  Arkansas, is seriously indisposed in  Spokane.  A case of unusual fecundity has  been shown by a cow owned by Al  Page. It is a Holstein and on Saturday gave birth to three calves.  Teh men are working on the Sierra  Ne Tad el,mine.  Four of these are run  ning" a tunnel which will   cut  the  ledge 100 feet deeper than any of the  present workings.  ���  Headquarters of the Nakusp & Slocan'."''Railway.  THE GATEWAY OF THE FAMOUS SLOGAN MINES.  SUPPLY POINT TO THE RICH CARIBOO CREEK  GOLD, SILVER, AND MICA MINES CLOSE AT HAND,  TO   BE   A   VERY  For Prices of Desirable Property and Particulars, Apply To  Agents for  the Nakusp Land and Improvement Company,  I 00-1 02 CORDOVA STREET, - VANCOUVER  B. O   _  ���'  '   ' _.       ��� - '    ���' i_   . ' __ -     _ . *���* ' '. : : .___ LL : ��� _���   ..    _       ..._ -. .  Tie Kootenay Lafce  .,    /(Works at Kaslo, B. C.)  LUMBER   YARD,  Foot of Hendryx Street,   Nelson.  A full stock of Lumber,  rough and dressed, laths,  shingles, sash,doors,mould'.-  ings, etc. Clear and dry  fir flooring and ceiling for  sale at lowest prices.  G. 0. BUCHANAN,  HENRY DA WES, Proprietor  Agenta  Dealers  In  GENERAL  NAKUSP,  EECHANDISE,  B. v.  KASLO,  Sawmill  AVING- placed some new  Machinery in our Mill,  we are prepared to furnish  all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber and Shingles at  greatly reduced Prices.  Rough Lumber, narrow,  ".        ".       wide,  Joist and. Scantling, sized up to  18 feet long,  18' to 24 '  21 'to 30 '  Flooring, T & G, 6 "  it        '       .t     4 "   .  V joint Ceiling, <* "  6 " Rustic,  Shiplap,  Surfaced Dressed  810 oO  $11 00 to $12 00  Bll 00  $12 00  $13 00  ��20 00  S22 00  $22 00  ��19 00  $11 00  . 8i3 00  A liberal discount on large orders for Cash,  PETER GENELLE & Co.  COAL,   IRON,  STEEL,   TEACK  ORE   CARS,  And All Mining' Supplies.  Full Stock on Hand.   Branch Store at..T'lirea Forks.  THE  LELAND  HCUSE,  Kaslo, B. C.  CONVENIENTLY situated   to   the steamboat  landing.   The bar is one of the best appo,.ited  in the.Kootenay District.  JAMES DELANEY,  Lessee  S  Notice to the Public.  QTAGES  Leave Kaslo   and   Three Forks, for  u   either place, every morning at 8 o'clock  Satisfaction is  Guaranteed,  A. J. SCOTT  Manager. re  Second .Year  'LONDONDERRY' FIZZLE.  Glorious  Dreams  of  Fabulous- Wealth  ���Suddenly Dissipated.  IS W. McAM,  BARRISTER, &c,  A 'serious shock 'has been imparted  to the confidence of investors in West  Australian'goldmines  by tlie expose  of the   Londonderry  fraud.    People  who rushed to subscribe to the capital  .of.��700,000-on the ���sTenfft'li, .firstly,of  the phenomenally rich specimens  whichwere exhibited- in a shop window in the heart of the city of London,  and,.'.:.secondly,' on the. glowing sta'te-  nieiits made in the prospectus,- and  people who subsequently... bought the  shares at 50 and (0 per cent, premium, on the strength, of the staternents  that.Were made at the statutory meeting- held in January last���statements  that read like a fairy tale���will nat  urally rub their eyes' and ask if they  are dreaming; if, in fact, it can be  true that all the golden wealth that  was flourished .'before, their dazzled  eyes was a mere phantom of their  imagination.  At the meeting the chairman said  he had been  told  by Mr. Shaw,  the  Mayor of Coolgardie, that   "in eight  Weeks he could take  out five tons of  gold."   He (the chairman) then, went  on to say,  "The place  is sealed up.  The gold there is sbraewhat.the same  as going into a bank and taking out  ���'Sovereigns, and .'we must be very cautious.-    '*/,.*    *        *        The'whole  is cemented  over,   sealed and built  over -with iron, because  the place is  so rich."   A gentleman present at the  meeting said he saw the property before Lord Fingall; bought it, had seen  the   phenomenal/  specimens   which  were taken out of the mine, and averred that the  stone, "which remained  after they had been extracted was  equally rich. "  Lord Fingall, in his address; said,  on the authority of loca 1 experts, that  ' 'the rich chute in the principal mine  went about 6,000 ounces to the ton,  and at 70 feet went about CC0 ounces  to the ton;" that "experts there had  made a calculation that every 20 feet  of quartz similar to 'what was at the  surface should be worth froin ��300,000  to ��400,000." So this marvellous tale  went on, and now that the capital has  been subscribed and the inine unsea 1 ���  ed, the whole thing vanishes into thin;  air.! '���  -���'���:���: '���-���. '.t', :���'   Sold, for a Big- iiuiii  MINING LAWS   A   SPECIALTY.  KASLO CITY. B. C.  KASLO,  , . ' - ,'       - B.C.  N^D. MOORB^ Pre;  ll. McFEKRAN, SecV  Graduate of Ameriean College of Dental Surgery  Cliicii.^o.  Ok kick: Over Bveir,' Hardware store.  iyrliOii  .CONCENTRATOR,'THREE:-FORKS':' B. 0.  m-nai i.'. ,,i,:���������m  *~g  ana  irrt��rs:  a. II JT4a/,.  amies.  tW.Hay'and Grain in Gar Lots to the Trade.  Dealers in  Pianos,   Organs,   Musicians'   Supplies, Sewing; Machines, and  -.- Supplies.",'.-.  SPOKANE,:.-'       ''-''--. -���"'���r WASH.  &  Co.  V>THOr.ESALE  Books, Stationery, Office-' Supplies,  '.".and-WallPaper.   ....  '���-..  /THREE; FORKS, ;B.0.  THIS Hotel, under new management, is cne'-"of the best in  A the country. The Eooms are comfortable and the  Dining; Room contains the best the market affords. Don't  miss it when you go to the Forks.  LOWES & CLAIR, Proprietors  Great'Eastern-Block.  SPOKANE, WASH.  "Y.  t��  Physician and Surgeon.   ..*���'..  Three Forks,    . ;-;   ; B.C.  ,4 ; FULL Line of Drugs and Prescription'Reme-  il   dies keit on hand.     ',..���������<��..., ���  ���;���   ::,v:\:DbGTOR;':; :;'-;:*:/''';  ;     \  EASLa K' 0.    ���  Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto.    Member of college Physicians and 'Surgeons, Ontario.  The first big'deal in the Rainy lake  gold region has been concluded.. It  covers the sale'-of some, eight sections  near the Hill yer and Wiejrand properties between Bad Verm ill '.on and  Shoal lakes. The amount paid was  1250,000. .Kelly-Kosher and Barclay  are the sellers' and J. J. Barclay, of  Niagara Falls, a paper manufacturer,  and D. W. Pel ton and Geo. L-. Potts,  of Appleton, Wis., are tlie purchasers.  The purchase was made on the  strength of tlie reports of .an old California expert. Dr. Thibodo, the company's expert, says the indications  exceed anything he ever saw.  JHJtfTk  ��3*  ��  o  THESE FOEKS, B. C.  A second shaft is being put down on  tlie Gertrude mine, Trail.  Tiie Good Hope, on Red mountain,  h i? been sold for ��1,100. F. Guse  v:is the purchaser.  The Dominion Express Company  '������.; ; opened an office at Rossland, with  R J. Bealey as agent.  The shaft on the Lillie Hay, Trail,  at a depth of 50 feet, has bottomed on  a chute of ore that assays ��15 in gold  and 230 ounces in silver.  Best   Furnished  Rooms  in the City.  T. NORQUAY, Prop  ���T"  &J ^3*  KASLO CITY.  ^���cE^X  er  B.C.  The only practical Watchmaker in  the Kootenay District. Orders by  mail receive prompt attention  ILL WORK GUARANTEE!  Wholesale Produce /Merchants,  3  WATER STREET,  iCOUVER, B. G  : o :  E handle Dried Emits,  Fresh   Fruits, Butter, Eggs,'  Cheese, Bacon, Hams, and Lard.  �����/'   *fe&/o  liimg  inery and Six  ILtJ.  General Machinery for .Reduction Works.  -   Pipe. Fittings, - Belting, Oils,, Etc., St  Tram Lines Complete with- Brakes,  . Cars,' Rails,, and All  sites  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.  &~J����&^&����:i.    '0"-tis> ���'. "Si:'r</-P'&J 'Jxfa  and S^EiESS5 mA2&��  l:i*i!*7��?Q^���  ���ESS? E����ZC��a.  ���'��� .'���:��*/; ���������.'���'i'/Vi Wi. *WtvJi.t^ ��� '^SlM/Wf^fi  C*4^S^ E  HELEH'A, MONT.  "or. Cooke �� Bozeaan Sts.  Wi   P%1   n p  ?3  Viva  ,V'r>'l     <n    ii    tH    /*r~>.  Incorporated.  20'O2!2 First Avenue North,  branches: ..  CHICAGO, ILL.       VICTORIA, B. C  128 Eicliiaan St. .      39 Lacgley St.  ���WINNiPEG/.-MAH.  ITS Princess Second Year.  THE   LEDGE,  ae o  LCCAIi .AS. SAYS."  Xitile..-'T'-ivin.Jilei's" Crowfled   Cut From  ��� . Tli'eii." Atcustojued Nook.  Doc ..Aiken's has opened a drag store  at Sandon.  -ER1S  IG'  \  ���^  XEW DENVER, B.C.  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  M:  ]��,/[ INFRA L Claims, Alines Timber ���Limits, etc.  Surveyed.  V  A-fresh, meat famine struck town  ids week.  The walls of C. Teasdale's block  are Joomini^ up.  There will be no danger from high  .water this summer.  The first thunder storms of the season made their debut this week.'  C. E. Perry and his staff of railway  survey assistants are camped atSan-  don.     '������"   .*.* - ;."���,  Fd. Atherton  is mayor of Sandon/  and has the only fire proof cellar in  the Slocan. '  TVA  jr.! ���?.  UJtii  w  A&  oc. R. S. M., London, Eny.  il  2ST<3-w   2DorD->~ez,J 33. O.  Assaysr and Mineralogist.  /EfT Prompt return on al! samples.  W., -Pel-lew Hairey, J.C.S.  VANCOUVER, B.C,  Mining Engineer, Analytical Chem-  f   /    ist^ and  Assayer.  Assa.y Office and MetaIIurgieal Works.  LlfiiU  Everything in First, Glass Order.  Meals Served at all B ours.  Best of Attention to Customers.  JAC0BS01" & Go  THREE FORKS.  SILVERTON  1E��TJN^D&EL :&;MoEIMISrOM.  a   L..Q  5  Four gangs of men, under thergen-  eralship of Lot Willy, Jim Sproule,  Lardeau Jack, and another, -are rapidly putting:��� the Three Forks-Kasio[Analytical ,Cliemist and Assayer.  Revelstoke, B. C.  ��;  wagon road in order.  After a cessation of' seven  weeks  the stage  has again commenced  to  "o  ARE   of  my  I /   Specialty-  kind    assayed.    Nickel   Ore a  run on the route between Kaslo'" and j ��Qf tifiC.&fe  ���Three". Forks..   For the present tri- '  weekly .stages will be run, under the  guidance of Bob  Woods; and a daily  service given  when the road .is-, in,  shape.    Scott & Carscadden are good  stage people, and deserve liberal pat-  Improvements.  ronagc.  Interestina'/Ex-eiirsio^.  Ed itor of The Ledge:       >  Sir,���I have never been permitted  to enjov an excursion in a mountain-  ous country as interesting as the one  on Thursday last,/ froni, New;Denver  to the foot of the lake, on the steamer  Hunter, the captain of which gave  every possible opportunity fa- our  noting every point of interest.   .The  notice. ���  - AURRIE Mineral Clnim.--Situate in the Slocan  \i .Mining Divi.--.ioii of Wert Kootenay District.  Where located: South side of Gold creek,. Slocan  lake.  Take Notice.that I, HeibertT. Twig��>\ . .-.".decent  for James H. Currie, iree miner's certificate "No.  5U>20, iviteiftl, sixty days from tlie date hereof, to  apply-, to tlie Gold'Comnu'ssior.er for a certificate  of improvement^ for the .purpose of obtaining1', a.  'Crown Grant of the above claim.  ���'.'������  And'further, take notice that adverse claims .must  he sent to the Gold Commissioner and action "commenced before the issuance of such certificate ������ of  improvements.  /Dated this tfrst'day of May.; 1805.  0  Dealers in:  rocerles,  isioiis,  UD  &i  IC^��  erti  of  NOTICE.  T OUDOUN .Mineral Claim.���Situate in tlie Slocan  Jj   Mining Division of ,West, Kootenay District'.  . i     t i Where located: At the confluence of Sandon and  da v. was warm, clear, and pleasant;,, I Car enter creeks.  raring    the    SnOW-tipped    mountains, j obtaining-'a Crown" grant of tiie above claim.  hiM-m'no- o   eonHiiiinnc; niefiii'P   whrw       And  i'l.rther take notice,  that adverse claim  01 mmg a   COnClllUOUS   plCRll O   Y\nose , )nu?t ];e ?mt t0 tlie Goi(1 Commissioner and aetioi  1  ���for  beauties can not be i m a gi i i ed. As we  sat on the deck, under the glorious  old. flag, we gazed from the mirrored  depth w-upward to the snow capped  mountains of every shape and form,  down whose sides dashes in foam liiyi"  iad streams, add ing much to the  grandeur of the scene.  But, sir, it is not the scenery alone  which excites interest, for as we glide  along a sturdy prospector points out  the ' different mineral locations, of  ���which'-there are many, showing de  posits of bot h gold a nd s il ver  near future tlie- Slocan lake.country,  will be second to none in the richness  of these minerals. Thus we would  contemplate that, the flag of Canada  does not float over a richer inhc ri��-  ance, of which any nation might feel  .'.proud: By the way, our Local Government of National Philanthropists  have-freely bestowed the same privileges to the citizens of the world as to  our own people. Under such circumstances our great mineral resources  ouG'htsoon to become developed, but  how much, our nation or our people  will be enriched there bv time 'vill  tell.  We were permitted to land at tlie  foot of the lake, where the ladies of  Commenced before.tlie issuance of such certificate  of iniuro'veu'ient'.". .  Dated this 13th day of May, 1595.  J. M. HARRIS  Mayl-i.  *  IDiElAtT rT^IF?S'lIN"  i-��  i/S  a  im feiioes,  1B>  hp  ISTRY": ACT-  30;'BL0CK:24,. KASLO CITY,  (MAP303J  S  iners an  ���asp  s require1  rs.  ^���fc��iJ-U53gt���J.VUM J .1 ',1  t    l\       IFHER'EAS the certificate of title of R. T. Loav-  111 the j  Vv    erv'.totlie aiiov.e b.eredifaments, bearing1 date  tlie 17th"dav. of ]\Iay, I8!):i, has been lost or destroyed, and application'has been made for a-'Duplicate  of such Certificate.  NOTICE i�� hereby given  that such Certificate  v.-iil he issued unless cau.-e be shown  to the con  trary, in'-writing, within one month of the date  hereof.  S. T. W00TT0X,  Dejiuty Registrar General  Land Registi-y Ollice, Victoria, L'Mh Aj.'ril, lS!��r>.  Postoffice and  Order Office in Connection  Certificate of Improvements,  Three Forks, B. C.  NOTICE.  MOUNTAIN  BOOMER   AND  VANCOUVER,  V ZJLOR Mineral Claims ���Situatein the Slocan  M:ni:i.'.r D;vis:r>-! of West Koofenay Dislrict. Where  located: Adjo.'mn.ir one another'on south sid(; of  Four Mile' c'ee.'c, Slocan L:d<e. ,  T-.ke notice that I, Heii>crtT. Twlfrf?. as a^rent  for'Ed-w;.:rd Mahou, free miner's certiiicate Xo. ��-1.  !).']], ;nd Honrv L. Mahon, free miner's certiiicate.  .n.tfia. intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to applv to the Gold Conmu's-ioner for certii'u-ates  f-bn mi.f" o'ovp'n.1' a-mret welennip it-   "f ilT1 movements, for the. purpose of obtaiiangr ;>  tne pai t>. ga.\ e u& a mosc ^ cicouk. i <.    Cr jwm ^ni||t of c.l(.hof t]l0ai,ovc ci-,nns.  past with the gOOd tilings thev-had SO      And further take notice thatadver eclaimsmn-t  ��n,1C;irln,-ofnbT 'nmvifldrf       PpVnmin'o-     ' c sent t > tiie Gold Commissioner and action com  COllSiaCiately   piOVlClea.      l^eCUUlinf:,- nu,iu.e!ip(,f{,rcthe issuance of such certiiic.tes ol  Ave arrived at New Denver at 5. p.m.,  completing bne of the most enjoyable  excursions.    Yours truly, W.  Dated this 10th day of May, 1895  M.iy 23,1895.  II  the  AS the only  Billiard and  Pool Table in  Slocan.   Choice lines of Ciaars, Tobaccos and  Fruit.   Tin; Barber Shop in connection is the best  equipped in the District.  D  Nelson, B. C.  Full Line ..of-Suitings"and'  Herbertt. twigg Trouserings always on hand.  1 <-5 ��-'  -0 0 TO���  R. S. WILSON,  -THK-  Sixth street. New Denver.  T A TEST Styles, perfect tit. Fine Entrlish tweeds  h and Worsteds. Latest designs in fancy im-  [)orted panliugs and summer overcoatings.  Fox's English Serges  and the celebrated Tyke  serges always kept in stock.  Fancy Vestings, etc., etc. Page 6.  THE   LEDGE.  Second Year  MINING RECORDS,  Recorded at New Denver, for the week ending  May 22, 1895  ..,.,;���.   '"..__ TRANSFERS.  A. Swan to 0. Ansten���h in the High'. Ore, on  April 2(5.   .Recorded May 18; amount, $1.  J. L. Pierce to E. A. Bielenberg��� All interest in  the Jiio, on March 22. Recorded May 20; amount,  $1. :���. ** ...'���������..  G. C. Wharton to R. M. Sherman-r} in the Wild  Goose, on May 10.   Recorded May 20; amount, $1.  S.M.Wharton to R. M. Sherman���V in the  Deadman, on May 10. Recorded May 20; amount,  9l. .'  ���   H.Hansen to T.-.H. Wilson���1-6 in  Baby Ruth,  on May 10.   Recorded May 20; amount, $f>u.  C. E. Sealey to D. J.��Weir���l-itt in Tenderfoot  a id iiii the Keett. Rjbji'tiou aud North Star, on  May 10.   Recorded May 22; amount, 5=200.  I'ARTNEKSmr.  H. C. Blodgett, C. Freeman. Con Doherty, and  J. L. Druinhelier���Partnership of 1-0, 1 0, ��, and -J  respectively, to work tlie Grover and Stevenson,on  April 26.   Recorded May 10.  AGREEMENT. ���''���'���','  J. H. Currie. J. C. Bolander, D. A. Van, Born, to  J. L. Dnmiiieller���Agreement whereby the latter  withdraws adverse claim, against Crown grant to.  the Currie, on May 10.   Recorded May 10.  'ASSESSMENTS./  ''*'.'  Aylwin���C. W.'Aylwin, on May IP.  Jewrel���E.H.Hughes, on May 18.  R W T���R. W. Thompson, on May 18.  Cascade���W. H. Mitchell, on May 18.  Conductor���J. A. Harvey, on May 2C.  Freddy���H.Nixon, on May 20.  Carbonate���J. W. Ryan, on May 22.  LOCATIONS.  Consolidated���On Eight Mile, May 16, hy A.  Harrison.  . Molly B���On Eight Mile, May 16, by D. Cronin.  New Columbia���Oh  north fork  of   Carpenter,  May IS by W.H. Mitchell.  Monitor No 2 -J mile south of Three Forks, on  May IS, by O. A. Petty.  Kaslo No 3, and LottieNo 2���South fork of Carpenter, on May 18, by C. Henderson,  L H���Adjoining Baby Ruth, on May 20, by A.  Harrison.  Accident���On Eight Mile, May 20, by W. L.  Price.-. ..;....  O M��� k mile east of Three Forks, May 20, hy A.  P. Bland.  Dinver���i mile from New Denver,May 20,by M.  Heelcman.  Chief���Adjoining Denver, May 20, by J. Mckin-  , 11011., ' ��� '��� ;  Monton���On Toil Mile, May 20, by G.Fairbarn.  : Toy���On Gold creek, May 23, by A. Smith.  NeexjaAva���On Ten Mile; May 21, by E. Shannon  and A. SlcGiilivery..  Homestead���On Ten Mile, May 21, by J. Butler,  and A. Stewart.  Revised Peerless���On Gold creek, May 22, by H.  Shiran, D. A. Van Dorn, and J. C. Bolander.  Magnet���North fork of Lemon creek, May22,hy  j. Boyd.:  Beit���On Sanson creek, May 22, by m. H. mc-  Kelvey.  LEDGE OROPPINGS  ing up.  The Pilot Bay smelter started up  again Saturday!  ,   Capt. Estabrooks has improved his  residence by the addition of a kitchen.  The Burton City branch of the Balfour Trading Company has been shut  down.  The Balfour Trading Co. of this  town has assigned in trust to John  Weatherill.  Recorder Sproat   shipped all   the  Government tools to Three Forks to -  J day, to be used on the Sandon wagon  road.  Al. Hoyt has some elegant fruits,  just in. Stationery and reading mat  ter of all kinds, at fair prices, always  in stock.  ays  f  Transient travel and trade is look-  H. T. Twigg and party returned on  Friday from Burton City, where they  had surveyed several blocks of that  townsite.  Barfclett Bros, lost a horse the other  day at the Ten Mile House. The pull  from Kaslo was too much for it and it  died from internal disorganization.  F. Pyman, New Denver's witch-  maker and jeweller makes cleaning  and repairing watches a specialty  He visits Three Forks every Friday  to accommodate customers in that  town.   ������<.���       ��� ,y        ; f-.'���'  Notice of Assipment.  YFOTICE is hereby given t-at Joseph Almoure,of  ,x\ the town of. New Denver, and Province ot  British Columbia, trading as -.the Balfour Trading  Company, has by deed, dated the 15th day of May.  18.)5. assigned all. Ids personal estate, credits and  effects which may be -seized and sold under execution, and all his real estate, to John Weatherill,  of the said town of New Denver, Merchant, for the  purpose of satisfying rateably and proportionately,  and without preference or .priority ,all his creditors.  Said deed was executed by the said Joseph Almoure  and the said John Weatherill on .the 15 th day of  May. 1895. All creditors are requested to senclfull  particulars of their claims to the said trustee on or  before the 20th day of June, 1895, after which date  the trustee will proceed to distribute the assets of  the said Joseph Almoure among the creditors of  whose claims he shall then have received notice.  Dated at New   Denver,   B.C.,, the loth day of  May, lSi)5.  JOHN WEATHERILL,  R.B.KERR, Trustee  Solicitor for Trustee.  Creditors' Meeting.  A  MEETING of tlie creditors of the said Joseph  xl   Almoure will be held at the B ilfour sTrading  Company's store, New Denver, B. C, on Saturday,  the 25th 'dav of May, 1895, at 10 o'clock a.m.  Mav2o, 1S95. ..*���-.���������  ,   GENERAL    MERCHANT,  IS prepared to sell all Lines of Goods Cheaper than ever  before.  YOU WI LL  SAVE. YOUR HONEY  if j^ou buy your Goods from him at  OISF,     -      -     IB.   O.  ..  HOTEL :SILTERTO]Sr?  SiLVERTON, B.C.  GOD .Booms.- Dining Boom furnished with the best in  the Market. Stables in connection with the House.  The Bar has all the choicest Liquors in use in the Kootenay  District.  TOp  HP      A  Front Street, Kaslo.  Prospectors'  ClotMng a Specialty.  Grain Leather Boots. , Heavy Plain Leather Boots.  Knee and. Hip Gum Boots. ' 'Boss of the Road" Overalls and Jumpers.  Fur Felt Hats, Wide and Narrow Brims.       Woolen Underwear & Sox.  Grey Blankets. Light Drill Tents.  New.Denver, B. G.  MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF LUMBER  AVING our own barge, we are prepared to deliver  Lumber to any place on Slocan Lake.    Special attention paid to Orders from Mining Men;  n.  Is the Metropolis of the  Slocan District, and  ust increase m  For  CHOICE BU!  Investors wi1! consult their own  Interests by consulting  "B"'  New Denver, B. C.  f  NEW DENVER,. B. C.  The Trayellng Public  Will find all the comforts of a  home at this Hotel.  Be Rooms   ���"  Are lara;e and airv, and have  recently been beautified by the  latest designs in Avail paper;  The Dining Room  Is supplied with the best the  market affords, and the cuisine  is very superior.  The Bar  Is stocked with the choicest  brands  of  wines,  liquors,   and  < \  cigars  STEGE & WINTER. PROPS  i  'ii  ii  ril  ! f-


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