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Array /  V\. ���  ���7>     l'    V  7 .-* '  7 f l-i'  i    ','  in  -^!!!l!i!!!t!!i!!!!l!lP!^  Time the Siocan Coun--= ==���  try .Will be the Great ~��  Silver Camp on Mother    ~|j  . lierili. '  . .  =  ill  :j!!liilliiiiiili!liiiillliliiililiii&^*  ;'.5i  "*  'IliniH!!!!;^'  = Job Printing: at Til's Office  =�� at   Prices  In   Harmeny  =E With     the   He v��i. holy  *= Condition of Silver.  %iiiiiiii:!iiiiiiiiiiiui;JiiiiiJ{iiii!iiii'iiiJiiii^  Vol. II. No. .50.  ;NEW. DENVER, B. C, SEPTEMBER 12,  l$l*.  Price ��2.00 a Ykak.  K>KIv 8inF3iEN'i:S.  Keccrisl oi: Hay JM.l'.n:i-i\l Jiving Handled  (iver llie IV7A:' '". Kail\vuy.\|  For the two weeks end ing Sept, 11,  ���the Ahiliio shipped from Three Forks  to Gmaha,2o5 tons and the Last  Chance sent to the same place IS tons.  Ti.ic Jenny Lind sent 20 tons to Ta-  coma, the NobloFivo 20 tons to Pilot  Bay, and the Slocan Star -.1-2 tons to  Everett.  ��� From the initial shipment on September 13, 181)4, till January 1, 1895,  the Slocan mines sent out over the  Nakusp & Slocan Pail way:���-  To lie Jiet.  The contract for thc construction of  tlie Arrow lake branch of the C.P.R.  will* be let, at Revelstoke, next -Monday..'.- The '-'completion, 'of .this' road  will insure uninterrupted communication between the Slocan and the main  line all the year round, which is  a great improvement over previous  vears.  Alpha mine  "  ���   771.V. ton  :*, valued at  $ 77,12.*)  Mountain-Chief  in]-. .  0,125  Slocan. Star  ; i,o;ii-5-  100,150  Fi.-'her Maiden'-  ���������- ��� .f  ���J,77;*)  Noble Five  87 ;  .S.700  Minnesota Silver  Co   15  71,500  Reco  ���12 V  -.1.225  Idaho '  (1!)  0,000  Last Chance  -  I.")  .   1,500  Coming- Sports.  A foot race between J. Long", of  Kaslo, and T. Henderson for a purse  of $75 will' be run in New Denver  0,125 seme time this month. On the same  day it is proposed to have a game of  bal 1 between Sandon and New Den  ver. '.-.  The collection of copper and silver ores  are very complete. Bromide ol silver  which has never been "found in the  Slocan can be seen. .The iron ore  specimens are principally from Europe. .���.There are many line samples  of actinolitc, moss-a gate, asbestos,  cinnabar, talc,I molybdenite, apatite  ���wolfram,- aragonite, satin spar. Dolomite, magnesite, jaspar, gypsuiu, felspar, and others too numerous to  mention. Prospectors had better look.  at them ana get some pointers that  mav be of value in their business.  ��2.i5,'l00  Total 2,151  Since the first, of the year the list by  the same route shows: ���  'January 1-31  February 1-2S  ���March 1-J-S1  April 1-80  1,397 tons, valued  8-i-i tens  881 tons'  1,327 tons  DATE.  ���-lune-1  July 1  July 8  July 11  Inly it;  July 21  J id v,SI  Aiiiruftt S  August 21  A uii'ust 28  MINE.  WEIGHT.  ���Kcy.t. 11  t'i  Koco  Kalisnell  ConcentiTitor  Alpha,  Slocan Star  i i   ���  Alamo  Alpha  Alamo  Slocan, Star  Noble Five  Slocan Star  Alamo  Cumberland-.  Noble. Five  Slocan Star  Alamo  Cumberland-  Last Chance  Noble Five  Last Chance  Alamo  Jenny Lind  Noble Five  Slocan S(ar  52& tons  20  ���la  ���15 .  SO".  1,10-  CO  X  fiO  11-i  }\5 .' ���    '  12U  .   00  10.7'-  20  75   .  118  :so  "jS  .20  . IS  255  . 2:)  20  81^0.700  8-!,-i(';o  KS,:100  132,700  VALUE.  ;�� 5,250  250 ���  2,000  4.500  -1,500  8,000  '1-1,000  .   0,000  .".100  8,000  11,000  3.500  '12,750  '0,000  10;750  2.000  7,500  11,800  8,000  1,800  2,000  .    1.8(H)  25,500  2.000  2.000  '1.200  ���/.FLOAT FR03I LAKDEAD.     "~      .  The Great Northern are getting in  supplies and will work all winder*���'.'  Four men working on the Agnes  were driven out last week by the  snow.  H. T. Twigg has finished surveying the Black Prince, Alice Murphy,  Grey Copper aud Free Coinage. .';  Beaton & Thompson have sold their  townsite to Major Hey ward for $12,  GOO.    Tiie   name   will   be  changed  from Thompson's Landing to Selkirk.  Dan McGilJtvray has been looking  over the' ground between Trout lake  and the Landing with the view of  building an electric railway.  KEWS FROM SFmiXCvEIl CI.-EEK.  A FINE COLLECTION.  Fine Claims.  George W. Shaw is a wealthy attorney in Illinois.-, He is interested  in .different speculations in various  parts of America and has been represented in tiie Slocan for two years or  Howard West has at his-office-in  New   Denver  the  finest   display of  mineral specimens in  the Kootenay  country.    There are over 200 specimens from various parts of the world  which' include  everything,   except  platinum,   of any importance in "the.  mineral   world.    There 'is   Cryolite  from   Greenland,    Fluor   spar   from  Cornwall, calcites from England, Iceland spar from Iceland,  Labradorite  from Labrador, Rutile from Arkansas,  r 6c k s a 11 fro m Spain, opa I fro in Me x i -  more. He has two claims known as  the Kescf and Deerslayer, adjoining jco, Amethyst'from Hungary, lazurite  .the townsite of Cody. The samel from Chili, moonstone from Virginia,  lead runs through both of tliem and serpentine from New Mexico, argen-  shows TO inches of solid ore on one, Jtitc from Russia, lead from Arizona,  and 12 inches on the other. Thc  tramway from the Freddie Lee.runs  across these claims.    About 70 sacks  zinc from New Jersey, sulphur from  Sicil\*, nickel from Germany, tin from  Mexico and Cornwall,   cobalt   from  of ore are awaiting the arrival of the j Sweden,   ilvaite  from  the Island of  K. G. Campbell-Johnston -lias' two  men prospecting in this vicinity.  Ed. Dunn has staked a townsito  seven miles up Springer creek, and in  easy reach to many good showings.  Con. Fielding has established winter quarters and will ship ore as,soon  as possible.  Boie and Isaacson owners of the  Exchange on Dayton creek have had  a cabin built and will work all win  ter.   ;' 7:  The seven Montana men who' own  the Tiger and other claims are packing in supplies and will ship ore immediately.  Near the Arlington Gar, er and  Dunn own the Heather, a claini carrying free gold and native silver. The  paystreak is about I inches wide.  O. D. Hoare, who represents the  C.P.R. officials received a telegram  this week to take in supplies and men  to work several properties owned by  them along Springer creek.  Several Owners of claims, who cannot wait for the government to act  will build ci' light horse trail themselves. Frank Fletcher, trustee of  Slocan Citv has donated eight lots' to  the men as a bonus for doing this  sadly needed work.  Messrs. Muivey & Clements, who  own a large tract of land at the foot  of Slocan Lake" which they have  farmed during the past season, claim  to have enough to supply the Slocan  country with. On M.onday they began jjacking vegetables up the mouh  tain to the Exchange and Tiger  mines, and on return -trips will bring  down ore from these mines.  Sylvanite, a telluride of gold and  silver, is found in the Daisy.  A project is on foot in Vancouver to  build a 50 .toir smelter in that city.  Six men are cross cutting .the  Springfield ledge en the Wonderfiil.  Thc Alamo mine is working 30  men and making poGO a day a profit.  The Silver Pell has eight inches of  water in the tunnel, find the miners  have had to quit for a time. ;;  * Work is being prosecuted on. the  fiume and tramway for the Slocan  Star concentrator near Sandon.      ��  Billy Elsen is attending to. the assessment work on the Conductor, a  claim owned by him, adjoining the  Alamo.  It is reported that ] arirics are again  seeking to buy or bond the Reid���;&  Robertson-group, at one time bonded  by J. A. Finch.  Last week the men working on the  Iron Crown were driven -.out try the  snow: and tlie property'"'will not be  roLiched until next summer.  Slug Ten. is tlie name of a claim recently located by C. F. Smitheringaie  and R. A. Renwick. It is ..probably  leaded and mav-.'m-orcja' fat take.  "������   *��� \9f- *;  Dad Robertson has, struck a strong  ledge beneath the Alpha and1 about a  mile from Silverton. lie has taken  in supplies and will work tlie property.  Frank Cutler of the Headman and  Geo. Clark, late foreman of the Washington have been at the Toot of Slocan  lake all week.: It is repctcd that  they are after the Arlington.  Kirk wood & McKinuon are sj;ill  working the Enterprise on Ten Mile  creek. They would-be shipping ore  now if they had not depended upon  the government to build a trail for  them.  ���  The Texas, on Springer creek,  owned-by T. A. (Garland and others  will try and make the first shipment  over the K. & s. Ry. . The Good-  enough is also anxious for the same  distinction.  MIXING NOTES.  railway, and when the iron horse  arrives these properties will be added  to the ever increasing list of Slocan  shipping mines.  Elba, iron fromPennyslvania, chrom-  ite from North Carolina,, ilmenite  from Norway, ozokerite from Salt  Lake, asphaltum  from Santa  Cruz.  Happening's    of    Interest    Amonj>'    tlie  Treasure Vaults.  J. A. Finch will soon resume work  on the Sovereign.  The Reco has increased tlie force to  27 men. A -contract, has been let to  run a tunnel from the Texas ground  to ta p tlie Goodenough lead. Another  bunk house has ho< n erected and the  force will again be increased.  J. G. Regan, foreman of the Last.  Chance -stales that that mine has  never closed down to allow the men  to stow away carbonates as has been  reported. It is a sol id ore proposition,  not as much as. a c: r load of carbonates having ever been taken out of  the property. Second Xear  THE.  LEDGE.  soMWEiiitORS. that, last winter, before the Pilot Pay  ~"~~ j Smelter was finished, the-'product of  , The following article published in |^loeaI1 Star was put on wagons and  the Buffalo Express is part of un illus- j ]lnu]ed five or six miles to "Three  trated sketch of mining in B.C. A j Forks, thence by rail to New Denver,  tew slight errors about tlie Slocan Star ] an(L by boat t0 the hcml ()f AlTOW  will not hurt the eastern reader, JLake/ where it- was sleighed to the  Here in.the Slogan we know that the jmain ]ine of the Canadian Tacific  Star is not near Trail creek nor is the ;Railway,.t')ence to Reveblef.e and  ore steamboated. from New. Denver' down., to. Vancouver, where boats  to the Arrow lake, It would be transferred it to smelters in the Stares.  much better for .New Denver if such Thc Qvo k] e]10Uo-p,t0 cover this big  was the case: , expense, the silver in. fact generally  N.T). MOORE, Pres.  cv  li. JIoraiiRAN, Scc'.v  CONCENTRATOR, THREE FORKS, B. G.  Mining  .and  *r&  c  p plies  It is really astonishing what want  .of interest in British Columbia mines  exists among the financial  men  of  returning to Canada. Coke or coal  is indispensable in reducing the ore  and luckilv British Columbia is rich  Of^.Hay and Grain in Car Lots to the Trade.  THREE FORKS.  SILVERTON.  Ontario, in the face of what the gov-j in coal of a quality better than:any  eminent returns of that province and j found on the west coast, so that the  the Dominion Geological Survey-show Pilot Bay Smelter���the first in the  to be facts, but some day soon they- province���which.opened March 16th.'  will wake up to Understand that the j-was hailed as a great advance in  Pacilic-boivleriiig province, with its j Koo ten ay's mtning industry. It has  square mileage of ohxX 003 is 'practical- ja'capacity of 200 tons "-'per day and  lyOoO,000 square miles of mines. Its s is operated by the Kootenay Mining  area is only 81,000 square miles less ] and Smelting Company, employing  ���iliaii-that of the ibui' great mining | 200 hands Coal, besides occuring at  .Spates, of the. neighboring Republic . Nanahrio, opposite Vancouver, and at  ���Washington, Oregon, California, and I Kmmloops,, is also found in abundance  Nevada, added together. English] 'lt Can more in Northern British ���Co-  investors', sure to -cent.a. good, tiung |luillbia iln(b nearer..at home still, at  brio hi; and "earl y have, already boon I fc-1,e Crow's Nest Pass, where it is un  !HtJlfc*TT?KJ'T^'' A  ifCj  wwtuit/tfo&s* ^m#��r *mnat m��uki to.'ura ��3L.#f�� -   'ii      osftCa  0 :  Dealers in:  ���  S9  Provisions*  Fir*  (LCI H s. %&  i in ins: :&.tioo.Mes.:  Go*  riiietly  j asses  Hiving,   'and   not   a' week- (*crsLool the railway is next likely to  some Hew   comvjanv' is ''Xi "oastructed.   .There is also, now.  lyrO-  '. J. L L V  formed in .Loudon  to take over and  (Derate a British Celambiamine.  a. small smelter at Revelstoke and  arrangements  are far advanced to-  Amoii.'J-tho vcrv.ievv bold ones from iOvards tlie erection of a large one at  OiuOi  Canada  ;.o  plant  stakes there, j -'N(;'/*(-,]1-'  are ..too okaitreolsvndieatc ('most Of  ioom'directors ot til-.-'(.'anadia:? I "ac-bio  .an  i  >t,cd   in tiie Ho;:se!!y  ,-.' ���  o  T"  A- p..  /"**i  ��� .".!���;���; o;;i':!)oo nyoraiiiic.claims.   vdose ,  .to tlie  latter  p:o]7-rty is .that of tiie ���'  :. Victoria Consolidated 'Company;', with  Geo. A. Cox  and  "Win..   -.Mackenzie,  president of the Toronto  Street  Rail-  . way:,   on   the  dh\;o cor a to:   while -30  miles from . the  Jlorseliy   is  situated,  the claim of the Montreal   Hydraulic  Mining Company.    These  are  all in  ���the Cariboo'-district.  ������'.-���The War Eagle','in West Kootenay  is one of the richest mines in the Pre-  vince,. its output being 05  tons daily,  the ore  netting.Kb) a ton.    The profits ibr the  last 'three .months' were  XEL'SON, B..C.  , ..��� I'... ������! i'   ii:').' .'ill  id Hoard in the City.   Hot and  Cold \\7,f.u-.   Bath  Room for *fie use of the  iiio.-.'iV;.   lOoos reasonable.     \  MRS. MCDONALD, Prop  Ni - 1    B    '    ^- wl ���' m ��� r&i '" N H u I ���  I   N P     'n  l/    1  I :l|:|    M ...  H   i    k '������.'- if   :h\ ������ "H 1^ I'l IF  fc^^'A. f\J i 3f ')l\f-   M (   5 '������������������  ������  This.'hotel is now readv to acGoiriinodate the rush to  Saiidon. Tlio bor is lfdM)ed: with antique cedar bark, and  presents"an abpearance seldom seen. If you are linn^ry,  tiiirsty or wetiry roll: in and-you can 'have the best in the  house for ti reasonable 'monetary consideration.    .  -V-Tiffl ,^-rv    ' Cfl^'SJSy^  !,��# il  iiouunt m  i >.  .IV V-'i.  owl ity  . 7iv for  ie cap-  vainly  : I'ncers  o. \Var-  S)0,000. It was  the. entei'pi'ising  o;ily ^-20,1)00 and now -Sj ol'  'italists are liot ibut a-fter it  brandishing a. Xu-r]z iov sj  . Tiiere ai'e a Tew, not m:iuy.  in Kootfiiay disi'-'ict. most oi'  occurring in c;na.ri;'/:... Kith  Eagle and the 77o<-;>}> Sai" i :o:P:er  .gold, silver and'h'lul.. the hi' :<���;'��� mine1.  baing located neai1 'J'rail (jr<���(.���:���, ;>nd  Ovned'by the "White ..Ores., f.-(an the  south side of Lake S'lpfrior. -\vlio,  comparatively well-to-do -before, are  'novv in a fair .way.to'!.>e millioiunres.  T.io Silver Ki ig yields'silyor and  lead alone andyis operated l>y the  Hall. Mining Company that everybody iu Xelson, near 'which toivn it is,  swv a "s by. Seine i;!ea -of the richness  of.the ore in these Kootenay .properties  mav be gathered from the tact;  v  . JUST   RECEIVED: .:  A CHOICE STOCK OP DRY GOODS,  MILLINERY, :  Ladies and Gentlemen's' '  =    Wearing Apparel.  All goods sold at Eastern Prices.  Conic in and see the Goods.  EW DENVEI  /-*?  U^\.X��i��LiJ:  'J      R J    IV, ^J  ...   ��� | . (i X  H M %   w .     % 1 ? S 4 i '4 -5 ' a  ^fiiiPO;E &$ ails (Lit  !ML VV   .LJ.:^.^  ' ! \\'' /ft; --V' /r�� -51!' ens tj-r  711  ��  J~JL2.)j.il3���  J.  Best   Furnished  Rooms  in the City.  telSBRJEaE-^^^'IBX^i-rtt^^^^  i*t. >���  z;'3^   ,-"^ ^ i'M  f-f-.r. je-.*".'J.i"1i."i*:.'.,.*::iz.?^:*"i  "n-  nd. an miigs c  iners ana rrospecto  rja ray�� ��  1   08  w^tfTf.^&^t^JM.^'g':  T. NORQUAY, Prep  Postoffice and Money Order Office in Connection Second Year  THE   LEDGE.  ODD TAlJvS WITH CLD-TJ31ERS.  Cur last talk left us in Victoria,  thirty-three years ago, and as we  have seen it was not much of a'place  then. The city was just in her infancy. She has since grown to a big  size, but I would certainly like to see  a great deal more vigour in her and  a disposition to keep pace with the  times. Thirty-) hree years ago Victoria was over-populated.-and nearly  ������. everybody seemed to,have -plenty of  money and.   the  heart to  spend it,  and house  accommodation was at a  premium.    Today the same happy-  god ucky spirit is conspicuous by its  ,. 'absence,' and a sort Of despondency  seems to have seized the people, with  every where the cry of hard times.  Perhaps .it is because lam so many  years older that I too fall into the  melancholy groove and ask with the  rest, "When are tilings going to  brighten up ���?"  /���Well,, as I have said, accommodation was high, so I resolved to winter  "in Port!and. As matters turned, out I  don't know that the resolution was a  wise one, as the winter.we put in was  ',. one of the severest experienced in that  region. I was one of a party who  took passage on the old steamer Enterprise for Olympia ������ where' we found  comfortable quarters at the hotel run  by an old colored lady, well-known  to the mining fraternity as Aunt Rebecca. Evervbodv who has been to  Olympia has heard of Aunt Rebecca,  and one poet at least has sounded her  , piaises :     .  Our aunt is fat if she's not fair,  Ain't you, Aunt Rebecca ?  Come to vou from everywhere,  Don't they, Aunt; Rebecca?  Roast or boil, or-fry or bake,  Sweets or 'tat'oes, fruits or cake,  Oh, those dishes that you make,  Grand 1    Eh, Aunt Rebecca ?  This is the only verse  I can remember,   but there Avere several in  the same strain which the boys used  to sing i o the air ���' When there's Love  at Home."   Here we meet Capt. Mur  ray and Mike Brown,   and after a  brief stay took stage for Montabella  en route to Portland.    I won't forget  that drive  in a liurry.    The'rosds  were   in  a terrible   condition.   We  had about $25,000 or ��30,000 between  us, so that when the old coach broke  down   and   toppled  over one  dark  night our natural cry was not ''help'  but " held up."   It took us some time  to realize that it was nothing more  than an accident���although a serious  one at   that.    Wc were obliged  to  abandon the old vehicle and take to  bare-back   riding,  which  wras anything but enjoyable under the cir  cumstances.    Later on wc met with  our old friend General Palmer (already alluded to in our falks), and  after a long conference -'with him decided to  buy up a pack train, and  start to packing into Cariboo as soon  as   the   season   opened.     -Within,  a  couple c f weeks we lad together some ! his men,   hut  t at the , uil;:y  p-ity  forty-five horses a nd mules, and be<ran  our arrangements for the purchase of  supplies.    But weather set in,   and  such  weather!    Snow,   rain,  storm,  sweeping everything before them but  our 'forty-five animals, which Ave had  to stall feed to tlie tune of |G0 per ton  lor hay and $1 per bushel for oats.  Even the mules didn't kick at the  treatment they received at our hands  considering the high  price of feed.  Wc saved the whole band, however,  and as soon as the season opened made  ready  for  a start.    The British Columbia mines were just then in bad  re} ute���hadn't   recovered from   the  effects of the black eye given them  by those who returned unsuccessful  from the rush  of 1858.   Idaho was  now the rage and thither the crowd  was surging.    Ours, I believe,  was  thc only train  packed for Cariboo.  Wc were laughed at and called fools  for venturing  into such a country,  and more than once'diet we. waver as  betweeir Tdalio and Cariboo.    However Cariboo it was to be and Cariboo  it was.    We came in by the Dalles,  laden with flour, beans, bacon,  etc.,  and followed as best we could a blind  Indian trail to the White Bluff's on  the Columbia.    Here it was that we  first   encountered any trouble with  the natives.   There were only nine  of us, and there were not less than  three hundred natives���men, women  and children���in  the village.    The  old chief with, fifteen of his braves  came galloping towards us,  and if  they had not their war paint on they  certainly  had all the other finery.  Napoleon in all his glory was not arrayed  like unto one of these.    As a  party we were as weak in the native  classics as we were in the knees just  then.    A few words of Chinook and  my vocabulary was exhausted. When  the chief asked for potlach (to give)  lamala (bottle) or chickainin (money)  I gave him klahowya tillicum (welcome friend), which I thought was as  much as to say "Good morrow, chief."  He did not however take mv inter-  pretation.    We gave them some tobacco,   tea,  sugar, etc., and also to  understand that   the   boss,  General  Palmer, was on the road after us and  would  be with the chief in a few  days.    The old fellow could  speak  English very well as I soon found out.  He knew the General, and the statement���an  untrue one���that he  was  following us up with another train no  doubt saved us.    But we had a great  deal   of trouble   wich   those   native  braves.    They annoyed us considerably in camp that night, and among  other things they relieved us of was  one of our best horses.    Mike Brown,  who was  head of our party, insisted  upon getting the horse returned, and  threatened the chief that unless the  animal  was   brought   back   within  twelve hours,   he would send word to  the Dalles and have the soldiers come  up.    Tiie ��� i.Met'   \ rotestc i   t.iat   the  horse had not h en stolen  br anv of  belonged  to Chief Close's tribe,  encamped at the other side of the river.  However   in   consideration   of  two  blankets, a sack of flour, some tobacco,   tea.   etc.,   the '.horse was  duly  returned and we were glad to leave  the bad company we had fallen into.  At the foot of the Okanagan Lake we  struck tlie first trace of civilization in  its most objectionable form.    Travel  ling through such a country where a  white man outside one's own immediate party would not be encountered  for weeks or months,   a fellow would  scarcely expect to meet with a custom  house,     Yet   here   Ave   struck   Her  Majesty's Customs, with Judge Haynes  in charge and old  friend Lowe as  assistant, , Judge Cox, ..who was then  Gold  Commissioner of the Similka-  meen district, also happened to drop  in during our stay.    It was a pleasant  surprise to us, although wc had duty  to pay on our goods.    I can't conceive  any other circumstances,   however,  under -".which a custom,  bouse would  not be highly distasteful.    As it was  we had an all-round good time there.  At the head of the lake Ave proved to  be quite a surprise, party to the-natives.    We were obliged to go single  file, so narroAv and dangerous was the  trail.    Forty-five pack animals and  nine men single file make a big train.  The natives camped on  the beach  seemed to think there was quite an  army coming and in their freight took  to their canoes.   It was the greatest  difficulty that we could induce them  to approach and trade us some fish.  Kamloops,  uoav the inland capital,  was such an insignificant place in  1862 that we didn't deign to stop there  for any time���it Avas nothing but an  old Hudson's Bay Company fort���but  pressed on Sayonas Ferry, swam our  animals across the stream, and thence  by the  Bonaparte and lakes to the  Forks of Quesnelle and Keithly Creek.  Ours was the fiist train in that spring,  and our arrival saA*ed many t f the  boys from absolute starvation.    Why,  they   came tAventy-fiye   and   thirty  miles to meet us and buy up provisions.    Many   of the   camps'on William's Creek had been living on beans  straight   for   over   a   month.     Our  standard prices were���flour $1.25 per  pound,   beans   $1.25,    bacon   $1.50,  dried apples $1.50, tobacco $2.50, and  so on.    There Avas a large number on  the creek at the time making good  money,  but the hardships those fellows must have endured cannot be  realized except by  those  who have.  had    experience   of  Cariboo.     Our  stock-in-trade was cleared off at once  and then we had time to look around  and observe avIiat   had   been  clone  since our former visit.    The crudest  piece of irony Avas to see a number of  boarding houses run up with the welcome sign outside the door but nothing in the larders���at least not until  our arrival.    Mike. Brown,   wl o sold  out his claim to Cunningham the yea  before for ��2,000,  1 a 1 tl e satisfactio  (?) of seeing two shifts (twenty-fou. ;  hours), 500 ounces of g-old, worth STtV  per ounce;   Abbott's claim, Steele's,  and several others were doing -equally,  well   -Yet ..there -were a lot of dissatisfied men on the grounds���Unlucky,  as they ���'would- say themselves, and  although hundreds of-follows, swarmed in as soon as t he sea son open ttt'  there were hundreds going out also.  I remember one night being in camp  some 'ny'les   from William's  Creek.  Three  men  avIio  Avere leaving the  ground's in disgust dropped in to have  supper Avith us.    Four others, iieAv  comers,  also stepped in to partake ot  bur hospitality.    The tendcrfcet be  came impatient at our operations, and  one of them, a course looking pile of  humanity, A*entured to suggest that,.  'Hurry  up Avith that tea, or ������'tw 11  take us all the summer to get in."  An Irishman, -who was of the original  trio of visitors, retorted,  " Be jabers.'  if  ye   nevir  get  in ye'll  be  time  enough."   In the fall of the same year  we lost forty of our pack animals in a  'snow.'drift near the Forks of Quesnelle.  Cariboo, in The Province.  flu Kaslo filler  Notice to the Public.  OTAGES Leave Kaslo   and   Three Forks, for  u   either place, every morning: at-8.o'clock  Satisfaction  is   Guaranteed.  A. J. SCOTT  Manasrer  ST RAT HERN,  Jeweler  KASLO CITY,  B.C.  The only practical Watchmaker in  the Kootenay District. Orders by  mail receive prompt attention  ALE WORK GUARANTEED  LELAND  HOUSE,  NAKUSP, B. C.  rOMFORTABLE Booms, Good Meals  ^   and Careful Attention to Guests  makes this Hotel popular with the  Traveling Public.  MRS. D. A. McDOUGALD, Proi> Second. Year.  THE LEDGE.  K.  Published every Thursday.  r.     LOWERY,    EDITOR    AND  FINANCIER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  OSk VEAK - - ��� ��� ��� ....���������. ���'' ��� ���"��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���: .$2-00  Transient Advertising, 25 cents per line lii'.st insertion; 10 cents ner line subsequent insertions,  nonpareil measurement.  TO CONTRIBUTORS.  Correspondence from every part of the Kootenay  1) strict and communications upon live topics  always acceptable. AVrite on. both sides of the  paper il* you wish. Always send something- good,  no,matter how crude. Get your copy ,in- while .it  i* hot, and we will do th-i rest.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, -189p.  The shipments of ore from the Slocan will be so great this '..whiter that  tlie capitalists will be  ever next summer.  greater than  Experts say that the surface showings in the Springer creek section of  tlie Slocan are greater than has "ever  been seen elsewhere.  New ' Denver should begin to get  matters in shape for a good sleigh  road to Three Forks this winter.-;. We  need it in order to allow the miners  an easy method of reaching the me-  troplis.  CO-OPERATIVE MINING.  To the Editor of The Ledge  Dear Sik,���The suggestion of your  correspondent of last Aveek, re the  possibilities of.co-operative mining on  a small scale, as a means of attracting the attention of capitalists to the  This country is not simply' a place  Avhere gold and silver are to be  found; Avhere fortunes are to be  made and lost in a day, but it is a  place Avhere towns and cities are to be  built; Avhere homes are to be made;  where families are to be reared;  where business is to be carried on indefinitely.  AH these things are certain if the  country is to .have at all the future  so confidently predicted for it. Now  then the sooner men realize this the  better, for then they will- settle down  to some mode of procedure more  consistent than the desperate grabbing at a stake, which to the majority  means grabbing at the air.  This, Sir, is one reason why the  suggestion of your correspondent  regarding some co-operatiA*e scheme  strikes me as hopeful. If feasible it  would bring many together in common interest and effort.  Co-operation seems to be the watch-  .word.of social and industrial progress  universally to day and may it not be  available also as a solution for the  difficulties av Inch face us in our mining industry'?.  It Avould give' some Avork and some  profit to many, while waiting for  greater things; it AA'ould contribute  some helpful features to the local life  of the people, and finally, if success  ���ful .it would, attract the longed for  capital.  Were -we inclined to be critical AAre  might suggest that ."Algebra" seemed  scarcely consistent in mourning in  one clause over the loss to the prospector   of   '/nine-tenths  of his just  s:r_.OG.iL2sr isosipitjui*,  NEV7   IDHHST'VEIK,, 13 O.  This Hospital which has been opened for the benefit of the Miners in  the Slocan District under the medical superintendence of Dr. J. E. Brouse  Avith thoroughly competent professional attendants, is'equipped Wiim all  appliances and conveniences necessary for the treatment of Surgical and  Medical cases. Situated as it is on the shore of Slocan Lake, it affords every  advantage for thetreatment of fever cases, the water supply and altitude  being, more fa vorable than anyother point in the district.  ', AnnuaL tickets entitling the holder in case of sickness or accident tC)  all the privileges of thc Hospital, including free Medical and Surgical  attendance, nursing and board, may be secured at TWELVE DOLLARS  each. Miners in regular employ, subscribing through their pay roll at the  rate of ONE DOLLAR pcrmonth, can secure^the privileges above mentioned.  Rates for non-subscribers may also be obtained on application to  A. E. FAUQUIER,  ' " Secretary.  �����  possibilities of the. country, is worthy  of attention.  No such scheme, seriously proposed  and -vith a reasonable degree, of  feasibility can fail to merit and claim  consideration ��� because it will appeal  to almost all Avho live in the country  with the unlimited force of self-inter-,  est. Both tlie end, i.e., the attraction  of capital, and the means, i e., system,  atic co operation, are as distinct features highly commendable.  As has been shown. by v Algebra .  the intex-ise longing ; the absorbing  hope';' of every interested party ' is  that by some means the investor may  be led to believe in this country and  invest in it. Now this may be a very  selfish hope : probably it is. In fact  is not our life as a whole in this min  ing land rather a selfish one ? Much  culture, much 'manliness,: much  energy, many of the highest qualities  of religious, social and business . life  to be found in individuals and yet is  it not all overshadoAved by the consuming desire to "make a strike"  and gather in "a stake." This is  only Avhat must be expected of course  in mining camps, and yet if any  feature could be introduced which  would minify this how good a tiring  it Avould be. -  gain7 by the acceptance of a small  amount and in another insisting that  for :'a few hundred dollars many  perfectly safe propositions can be had  which . -.. ��� . are ready to ship ore  almost immediately."  We might also feel that the pro  phecy that such an experiment Avould  "just electrify the Avhole coimtrv'  was over sanguine and almost irresti-  bly smile at the thought of how  suddenly the people would find "that  ..capitalists-would be ever ready to  help those avIio had shown that they  were capable of helping themseh*es."  Perhaps so, yet this is rather a  large country to electrify "the  whole" of, and the sentimental phil-  anthio..v of the capittlist is not the  feature of his character Ave have  learned to grow* most enthusiastic  over and so may be pardoned ifonr  assurance be not quite so sunlit as  that of another. Sure enough that is  just about the time the capitalist is  willing to help people when they  are able to help themselves, and  make the helping themselves pay.  And who can blame them, that is  ' exactly Avhat they are waiting for.  It is not our purpose however to  find fault .with what has been Avritten  but only to assist in this matter if  possible.  Believing that the suggestions of  your correspondent are /worthy of  mature consideration and might bear  fruit Ave urge that he or some one will  elaborate the scheme more full y ;  place it before the public and call to  action.  Yours in the interest of Slocan.  Et Elvo.  (FORM F.)  irUficate otpiw  NOTICE.  " Rambler " Mineral Claim.  Situated in the New Denver Mining Division of  West Kootenay District,   Where located.   In  tlie Best basin of the Slocan District and adjoin*  ing the Best Mine.  ���PAKE NOTICE that we Je-sie \\7r;ght Atkins,  1 free mniei s certificate No. (>'i?.i&-��; Pni! ip As, ;in-  wall. free miners certiiicate No 5711-1; and Joseph  Benjamin Mc.Arthur, free miners certificate No.  57175, intend sixtv days fvom date hereof to apply  to the Gold Commissioner for a certiiicate ol improvements for tlie purpose of obtaining- a Crown.  Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and action  commenced before the issuance of such certiiicate  ���of improvements.' '   -'  Dated this 80th day of 'August, 1895.  DDEITCTIST  KASLO,  B.C.  Graduate of American College of Dental Surgery  Chicago.  Ok. vi c k : O ver By ers' IT ar d wa re store.  M. W. BRUNER, M. D.,  Physician and Sukgkox.  Three Forks,       -       B.C.  A FULL Line of Drugs and Prescription Reme-  .   dies ke..t on hand, o  R. S. WiLS  -THE  Sixth street, New Denver.  T.  NEW DENVER, B. C.  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  M  INERAL Claims. Mines, -.Timber Limits, etc.,  urveyed.  Assoc, R. S. M", London, Eng.  Assayer and   Mineralogist.  iJ'frPrompt return on all samples.  THE HAIEOUTTER,  Three Forks, B. C.  HAS thc only Billiard and Pool Table in the  Slocan. Choice lines of Cigars, Tobaccos and  Fruit. The Barber Shop in connection is the best  equipped in the District. Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  LOCAL ASSAYS.  Little   Twinklers   Crowded    Out  From  Their Accustomed Nooki  The Sunday school excursion to the  foot of thc lake last Saturday was  participated in by many New Den-  verites. The band .went alone: and  aided the event wonderfully."  F. Pyman, NeAv -Denver's w itch-  maker and jeweller makes cleaning  and repairing; watches a specialty^  He visits Three Forks every Friday  to ac; om mod ate custom ers in th at  town. t.  A picked nine from the baseball  teams of Nelson, Rossland, Kaslo and  NeAv Denver A\*ili compete for the  prizes given in. the tournament at  Kamloops." The games will be played on the 4th and 5th of October.  First prize, S200 '��� second, $100.  New Denver, B. C.  -r>OOTS and Shoes madegto order.   First-class  ���    work.   Imperial Calf forwfine shoes.   French  Goods specially adapted for Miners' andProspee  tors' use.   Goods warranted not to rip for one, year  f"  THREE  FORKS.  Tom Clair is applying for a liquor  license at Sandon.  Sloan Bros., the'new-1'landlords' at  the BoAven House, are doing a fine  business.  * The stage line to Kaslo is crowded  with passengers and seats are at a  premium.  Joe West handles tlm ribbons on  the stage driven so long by Bob  Woods. Bob is on a holiday trip to  Spokane.  E. ,C. Weaver is building an hotel  opposite the Bowen House. The  building will be'4.0xfl0. Hill Bros,  are supplying the lumber.  Dr. Win. Gowm from Savannah.  Georgia, has come to the Forks to  assist Diy Brunei* in his medical  practice. -Dr. Gowm, who is a brDthcr-  in-law of Dr. W. P. Bryne, of Spokane, is a graduate of BeIleArue  college, 'New York. He has practiced  in the hospitals of Germany and has  a Avide experience in his profession.  Tlie ProsBectors'Assay Offlee  New Denver.  Assay Price List:  Gold, Silver, or Lead.each......  ' .ca.~.o  Gold, Silver and Lead, combined.  ;i on  Gold and Silver '. ��� ... i> oo  Silver and Lead  2 Oo  (Conner (by Electrolysis)  2 00  Gold, Silver, Conper and Lead.  i oo  Gold and Co'nper ;  2 50  Silver and Copper  2 50  Gold, Silver and Copper ...  :s oo  Platinum  5 o.)  Mercury..-   2 00  Iron or Manganese���  a oo  Lime, Magnesium, Barium,  Silica, Sulphur, each ........;..  2 00  Bismuth,Tin, Cobalt, Nickel, Antimony,  Zinc, and Arsenic, each.. .....";. 4 oo  Coal (Fixed Carbon, Volatile Matter, Ash,  and  percentage of Coke, if Coking  Coal). ���..". a co  Terms:  Cash With .Sample.  June 20th, 1W5.  FRANK DICK,  Assayer and Analyst  rTICE is hereby given that it is the intention  of the Nakusp and Slpcan Railway Company  to apply to^tiie Railway Committee of the Privy  Council to sanction the building and construction  of a branch line of Railway from Three Forks,  British Columbia, the terminus of the Nakusp and  Slocan Railway, a railway leased by the Canadian  Pacific Railway, to Sandon, British Columbia, a  distance of about four and one-half miles, for the  purpose of giving increased facilities to business,  and of transporting the .'products of mines, and to  sanction the appropriation of the necessary lands  for that purpose- under the compulse y powers  vested in the said Company by the Railway Act  or by any other act in:its behalfc  Signed,  A. J. AVEAA'ER BRIDGEMAN,  Secretary  Victoria, B.C.,  August 20th. 189o.  HOUSE AND LOT  ���  7   ������IN������ ,���  HREE FORKS  Will be Sold at a Bargain.  Address ������  . A.,MUIR,  Sandon, B.C  RAILWAY.  The Fast Scenic Route   -TO������  SEATTLE,    VICTORIA,  VANCOUVER, & PUGET  SOUND and all PACIFIC  COAST     POINTS,    ST. '  PAUL,   CHICAGO AND POINTS  BEYOND  Modern Equipment. Rock-ballast  Road-bed  Attractive tours via Duluth and the  Great Lakes in connection with ex-  clusi\~e1y passenger boats of Northern  S, S. Co.  Direct connection via Nelson &Fort  Sheppard railway at Spokane ; and  via C. & K.S.N.Co. at Bonners Ferrv.  For maps, ticket&H'tnd complete information call on Agents C. & S. Nav.  Co.; N. & F. S. Railway, or C. G.  Dixon. Gen. Agent, Spokane, Wash.  F. I. Whitney, G.F. & T. A., St Paul,  Minn.  F. T.. Abbott, Travelling Freight  and Passenger Agent, Spokane, Wash.  The Foot Race between Long,  of Kaslo, and Henderson, of New  Denver.  .Ajm.ci.t2i.��  ...'.'���  Baseball game between Sandon  and New Denver.  Prizes will be given for both events.  The Day's Sports will conclude  with one of the famous dances that  the Slocan Metropolis is noted for.  Keep your eye on Sept. 25  and New Denver. jxaiziaiSi^tz^  Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  IX.  Published every Thursday.  L\     LOWERY,    EDITOR    AXD  FINANCIER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  ONK VEAIt  .    .$2.00  Transient Advertising, 25 cents per line lirst insertion, iu cents per line subsequent insertions,  nonpareil measurement.  TO CONTRIBUTORS.  Cdrrespondenee from every part of the Kootenay  I) .strict and /communication* 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  i-* hot, and we will do th** rest.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,-1895.  The shipments of.ore from the Slocan will be so great this winter.that  the capitalists will be greater than  ever next summer.  Experts say 'that the surface showings in the Springer creek section of  the Slocan are greater than has eyer  been seen elsewhere.  Ncav Denver should begin to get  matters in shape for a good sleigh  road to Three Forks, this .winter.; We  need it in order to ailpw t he miners  an easy "method'.of reaching the me-  troplis.  CO-OPERATIVE MINING.  To the Editor of. The Ledge  Dear Sir, ���The suggestion of your  correspondent of last wreek, re the  possibilities of co-operative mining on  a small scale, as a means of attracting the attention of capitalists to the  possibilities of the, country, is worthy  of attention.  No such, scheme, seriously proposed  and ��vith a reasonable degree of  feasibility can fail to merit and claim  consideration ; because it will appeal  to almost all Avho live in the country  with the unlimited force of self-interest. Both the end, i.e., the attraction  of capital, and the means, i e., system,  atic co operation, are as distinct features highly commendable.  As has been  shown by ^'Algebra  This country is not simply a place  .where gold and silver are to be  found; Avhere fortunes are to be  made and lost in a day. but it is a  place Avhere towns and cities are to be  built; where homes are to be made ;  where families are to be reared;  where business is to be carried; on. indefinitely.  All these things are certain if the  country is to haATe at all the future  so confidently predicted for it.    Now  then the sooner men realize this the  better, for then they will settle down  to   some   mode   of procedure   more  consistent than the desperate grabbing at a stake, which''to the majority  means-grabbing at the air. -  -,.; This,   Shy is one reason 'why the  suggestion    of   your   correspondent  regarding some co-operative scheme  strikes me as hopeful.   If feasible it  would bring many together in Common interest and effort.  Co-operation seems to be the'..watchword of social and' industrial progress  universally to day and may it not be  available also as a solution for the  difficulties which face us in our mining industry?  It Avould gh-esome work and some  profit to many, wbile waiting, tor  greater things;, it'--would contribute  some helpful features to the local life  of the people, ��� and finally, if success  ml it would attract the longed for  capital.  ���Were we inclined to be'critical "we  might suggest that "Algebra" seemed  scarcely consistent in mourning in  one clause over the loss to the prospector of "nine-tenths of his just  yain " by the acceptance of a small  SIjOO-a-ut; hospita  NEW   DENVER, BO.  This Hospital which has been opened for the benefit of the Miners in  the Slocan District under the medical superintendence of Dr. J. E. Brouse  Avith thoroughly competent professional attendants, is equipped wToh 'all-  appliances and conveniences necessary for the treatment of Surgical and  Medical cases. Situated as it is on thc shore of Slocan Lake, it affords every  advantage for the-treatment of fever cases, the water supply and altitude  being more favorable than any other point in rhe district.  Annual tickets entitling the holder in case of sickness or accident t��  all the privileges of the Hospital, including free Medical and Surgical  attendance, nursing and board, may be secured at TWELVE DOLLARS  each. Miners in regular employ, subscribing through their pay roll at the.  rate of ONE DOLLAR per month, "can secure^the privileges above mentioned.  Rates for non-subscribers may also be obtained on application to  A. E. FAUQUIER,  Secretary.  Believing that the suggestions of  in  the intense".longing ;  the ���.���absorbing:  hope;" of every  interested   party  is  that by some means the investor may  be led to believe in this country and  invest in it.    Now this may be a verv  selfish hope : probably it.is.    In fact  is not our life as a'whole in this min  ing land rather a selfish one?    I\fuch  culture,    much     manliness,     much  energy, many of the highest qualities  of religious,  social and business life  to be found in individuals and yet is  it  not all .overshadowed, by the consuming desire  to   ������make a strike"  and gather in   "a stake."   This-is  only what must be expected of course  in   mining   camps,   and  yet if any  feature could be introduced  which  would minify this how good a thing  it would be.  amount and in another insisting that  for --a few hundred dollars many  perfectly safe propositions can be had  which.    .    .    are ready to ship ore  almost immediately."  We might also feel that the pro  pliecy that such an experiment Avould  "just electrify the whole country'  was over sanguine and almost irresti-  bly smile at the thought of how  suddenly the people would find " that  capitalists would" be ever ready to  help those who had shown that they  were capable of helping themselves.".  Perhaps  so,   yet  this is rather a  large    country   to   electrify     ' ��� the  whole " of, and the sentimental philanthropy of the capitalist is not the  feature   of  his   character  Ave  have  learned, to   grow   most  enthusiastic  0A*er and so may be pardoned if onr  assurance  be not quite so sunlit as  that of another.    Sure enough that is  just about-the time the capitalist is  willing to   help people  wrhen   they  are  able   to   help  themselves,   and  make the  helping themselves pay.  And  who can  blame them,   that is  [exactly what they are waiting" for.  " It is not  our purpose however to  find fault with what has been written  but only to assist in this matter if  possible.  your correspondent are Avorthy or  mature consideration and might bear  fruit Ave urge that he or: some one will  elaborate the scheme more fully ;  place it before the public and call to  action. -  Yours in the interest of Slocan.  Et Elvo:  E  AT  (FORM F.)  lerlcats onipMsits.  NOTICE.  "���Rambler "..Mineral Claim.  Situated in the Xew Denver Mining- Division of  We.st Kootenay District.   A\*here located.   In  the Best basin, of the Slocan District and adjoin"  in��' the Best Mine.  'PAKE NOTICE that we Je-sie AA< right Atkins,  1 free mine is certificate No. OlW.i; -Pniiip Asj;iu-  wall, free miners certificate No f>71il ; and Joseph  Benjamin McArthur. free miners certificate No.  ;"j717;">, intend sixty 'days from date hereof to apply,  to the Gold Commissioner-for a certiiicate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that adverse claims  must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and action  commenced before the issuance of such certiiicate  of improvements. *  Dated this 30th day of August, I89f>.  ���'o  DHSiNrTIST  KASLO,  B.C.  Graduate of American College of Dental Surgery  Chicago.' . ���    ~  Oi'KiCE: Over Byers' Hard ware store..  W. BMNER, M. D.,  Physician and Sujjgkon.  Three;. Forks,       -       B. 0.  A FULL Line of Drugs and Prescription Remedies ke.t on hand.   ���  R. S. WILSON,  ���TH K ���  LOCAN TAILO  Sixth street, New Denver.  T.  Assoc. P. S. M'., London, Eng.  InTHJ^W IDH3^TT7"H1K,, 7B.O.  Assayer and  Mineralogist.  ^3FPrompt return on all sam])]es.  NEAV DENVER, B. C.  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  INERAL Claims. Mines, "Timber Limits, etc.  surveyed.  Three Porks, E. C.  HAS thc only Billiard and Pool Table in the  Slocan. Choice lines of Cigars, Tobaccos and  Fruit. The Barber Shop in connection is the best  equipped in the District. Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  LOCAL ASSAYS.  Little   Twinklers    Crowded    Out  From  Their Accustomed Nook.  The Sunday school excursion to the  foot of the lake last Saturday was  participated in by many New. Deir  verites. The band went along" and  aided the event wonderfully.'  F. Pyman; 'New; Denver's  avitch-  ma'k er a nd j e Avel 1 er makes cl can ing  and  repairing   Avatclies a specialtyj  He visits Three Forks every Friday  to accommodate   customers  in that  town. ..... ;'   f  A picked nine from the baseball  teams of Nelson, Eossland,.' Kaslo and  New, Denver' will compete for the  prizes given in. the tournament'.at  Kamloops. The games will be played on the 4th and 5th of October.  First prize, S200 ; second, 1100.  New Denver, B. C.  TvOOTS and Shoes made|to order. 'First-class  7* work. Imperial Calf forwfine shoes. French  Goods specially adapted for Miners' and Prospec  tors' use.   Goods warranted not to rip for one year  E   1 Va/ lL��  r-  THREE FORKS.  Tom Clair is, applying for a liquor  license at Sandon.  Sloan Bros., the new land lords at  the -Boweh House, are doing a fine  business.  * The stage line to Kaslo is crowded  with passengers" and seats are at a  premium.  Joe West handles the ribbons on  the stage driven so long by Bob  Woods. Bob is on a holiday trip to  Spokane.  E. C. Weaver is building an hotel  opposite the. Bowen House. The  building wil I be .40x60. Hill Bros,  are supplying the lumber.  Dr. Win. Go win from Savannah;  Georgia., has come to the Forks to  assist Dr, Brunei- in his medical  practice. Dr. Gowm, who is a brsther-  in-law'of .Dr. W...P. Bryne, of Spokane, is a graduate of Bellevue  college, Ncav York. He has practiced  in the hospitals of Germany and has  a wide', experience in. his profession.  rTICE is herebv given that it is the intention  of the Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company  to apply to^the Railway Committee ot the Privy  Council to sanction the building and construction  of a branch line of Railway from Three Forks,  British Columbia, the terminus of the Nakusp and  Slocan Railway, a railway leased by. the Canadian  Pacific Railway, to Sandon, British Columbia, a  distance ofabo'ut four and one-half miles, for the  purpose of. giving increased facilities to business,  and of transporting the products-of mines, and to  sanction the appropriation of the necessary lands  for that purpose under the ."compulse'y powers  vested in the said Company by the Railway Act  or by any other act iu:its behalf.  Tlie ProsDectors' Assay  New Denver.  Assay Price List:  Gold, Silver, or Lend, each  si.50  Gold; Silver and Lead, combined.. .7 . M 00  Gold and Silver..-.'  2 00  Silver and Lead  2 00  Conner (by Electrolysis)  2 00  Gold, Silver, Co*-per and Lead........... 1 00  Gold and Copper ...  2 50  Silver and Copner  .. 2 50  Gold, Silver and Copper ...   ;-* 00  Platinum.  /so.)  Mercury.  a 00  Iron or Manganese.......:   2 00  Lime. Magnesium, Barium, Silica, Sulphur, each.   2 00  Bismuth, Tin, Cobalt, Nickel, Antimony,  Zinc, and Arsenic, each .'3 4 0(i  Coal (Fixed Carbon, Vola tile Ma tter, A sh,  and percentage  of  Coke, if Coking  Coal)..... .'; .j co  Terms:  Cash With .Sample.  June 20th, W>5. .  Signed,  A. J. AYoEAVER BRIDGEMAN,  Secretary.  Victoria, B.C.,  August 20th. 1895.  HOUSE AND LOT  -,'���'���' ���      '���' (  -,   '   ,,    ; IN; ���;    ; ; ;  HREE FORKS.  Will.be Sold at a Bargain.  Address :  Assayer and Analyst  .A.MUIR,  Sandon, B.C.  I  RAILWAY.  The Fast Scenic Route  - -TO- "  SEATTLE,     VICTORIA,  VANCOUVER, & PUGET  SOUND AND all PACIFIC  COAST     POINTS,    ST. "  PAUL,   CHICAGO AND POINTS  .     BEYOND.  Modern Equipment. Rock-ballast  Road-bed  Attractive tours via Duluth and the  Great Lakes in connection with exclusively passenger boats of Northern  D, O.  CO.  Direct connection via Nelson & Fort  Sheppard railway at Spokane; and  via C. & K. S. N. Co. at Eonners Ferry.  " '���#'������  For maps, tickets-find complete information call on Agents C. &S. NaA*\  Go. ; N. & F. S. Railway, or C. G.  Dixon. Gen. Agent, Spokane. Wash.  F.'I. Whitney, G.P.-& T.A., St Paul,  Minn.  F. T. Abbott, TraA'elling Freight  and Passenger Agent, Spokane, Wash.  I      \  The Foot  of Kaslo, and  Denver.  between Long,  son. of New  Baseball game between Sandon  and New Denver.  Prizes will be given for both events.  The Day's Sports will conclude  with one of the famous dances that  the Slocan Metropolis is noted for.  p your eye on Sept. 25  -   and Mew Second Year  THE LEDGE.  Her Taking- Ways.  Woman's ways are mighty taking���  When, they're '..reallyup todate.!  'As a man'and as. a. brother,  Hoav her taking Avays I hate.  Ob, there's nothing that Ave're sure of!  From his, trousers to his ties,  A man's right to his OAvn rig-out  Wo in a n day by cl a y d eii.es.  If the neatest of your ' - kickers "  Or your necktie you should don,  Oh, just Avatch out for your sister-  Ten to one she's got 'em on !  Not con tent .with 1 earn i ng's laurels  Wrested from us it still "riles"  Me to think how AAre've been beaten���  She's now tackling to our *- tiles.."J  ,�����*���.��� -   ���  Though she vowed' 'twas   "simpl}*  horrid,"      ���>  She now crowns her lovely locks  With our '' chimney pots"���and some  folks  Say they've seen her in our sock.  Waistcoat, scarf pin, shirt or breeches ;  Oh, she'll take Avliate'er she can !  When she cycles round you Avonder  Is she maid or is she man ?  Oh, such taking. Avays our sisters  .'���' Have to-day that soon���bereft  Of our proper -garb���we'll bargain  For the skirts that she has left.  never been paralleled in the history  of finance. The figures are colossal,  and stated, as they are, in francs,  they are beyond the grasp of the  average mind. The total is ��(>G0,-  000,000, of which 1410,000,000 is in  gold.  The    New    York   Taiior,  HAS opened a Tailor Shop at Three '.Forks, and  is ready  to give rirst-'class Fits and  Work  maiship.  .gillie  RAILWAY.  Nelson  & Fort Sheppard  RAILWAY.  G*   r.  O  pZ7  83SSE3  CURES  .5 &  .��.  a  B3IC*  99  b,0  Wrfdlew Harvey,vFX.S.  '���..''..; VANCOUVER, B. C ,  Mining Engineer,  Analytical. Chem-  ,..;;.,... ,, ist, arid  Assayer.        '  . Assay Office and Metallurgical Works.'    .  SANDON.  In  3  COS,  ALL     RAIL.    ROUTE     TO      SPOKANE  The only through route from Nelson, Kaslo,  Kootenay Lake and all Slocan  ���'.'������' Poirts.  Daily  (Except   Sunday)     Between  Spokane and Northport.  Tri-Weekly Between Northport and  Nelson.  Leave 8:43 a.m.  NELSON.  Arrive 5:25 p.m  Cigars and. Fruits.  ?  Wlieh Maria Jane is Mayor  When  Maria Jane's  elected to < the  mayoralty chair  There'll be many wrongs, corrected  that are now apparent there.  The sidewalks Avill be carpeted, the  streets swept thrice a day,  The alleys be as fragrant as fields of"  neAv mown hay.  What with parties, and' receptions, and  occasionally a ball,       ���  There will be a transformation around  the city hall ;  And each Avard in the. city-Ay ill'be  represented then-     "  By lbvelvelderAAronlen, and not horrid  aldermen.  When Maria Jane is mayor, none but.  ladies Avill, of course,  Be, appointed members of the  city  police force;  And in their bloomer uniforms they'll  look so very sweet,  Tiie gang to be arrested will consider  it a treat.  Tiie stores will be compelled to have  a bargain sale each day,  And for chewing gum and soda a~ou  ���will not be asked to.pay :  Ob- great reforms Avill be projected,  all the wrongs will be corrected,  When  Maria Jane's   elected to  the  mayoralty chair.  PHYSICIAN.        ���  ' '   = AND =  SURGEON  NEW DENVER, B.  C  Mondays, AA7ednesdays, Fridays, trains will run  through to Spokaiie,arr.iving same day ��� Return ing  passengers will leave Spokane at 7 a.m. Tuesdays,  Thursdays,Saturdays,arriving at Nelson at 5:25 o.  m., same day, making close 'connection with the  steamer Nelson for Kaslo and till Kootenay lake  points  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage on Mondays  and AA~ednesdays, Thursdays and  Fridays,  Passengers for Trail Creek mines connect ct  Northport with sta.u-e daily.  COLUMBIA k 1001  Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.  In Effect on Monday, April 29,1895.  T EAVES Kaslo for Am<-\vorth, Pilot Bay, and  }j Nelson pn Mondays, AVednesdays and Saturdays, at 8 a in; Thursdays, at i) a in; Tuesdays and  Fridays, at Sam  Leaves Nelson for Pilot Bay, Ahisworth   and  I Kaslo on Mondays. AVednesdays, Tlmrsdays and  Saturdays,at:) i> in; Tuesdays and Fridays nt(> pm  Close connection is thus made between lake  points and all incoming and outgoing trains of the  C PR at Nelson.  The steamer is newly equipped in every particular, is. lit throughout liy electricity, and contains a  bathroom and allinodeni conveniences, fcr the  comfort of passengers." .....   -  The above schedule is in effect May ]7>, 18.9f>, subject to change.    '���������.'', ,;  JAS. AA*AUGH,       GEO. F. HAYAVARD,  ��� ���-���,'   Purser. Master  Nakusp & Slocan Railway  time! oA-i-^o.--zsro.:." 1  IN EFFECT JULY-.2.'lST."l-895:  TRAIN LEAVES  NAKUSP  Sundays at 0 o'clock  Tuesdays at  . "  Thursdays at   *���  Fridays        . "  I'HUKE FOKKS  Mondays at 11 o'clock  AVedne-'days at   ,., "  Thursdays at *'  Saturdays "  REVELSTOKE   ROUTE-SJ R. LYTTON.  Leaves Revelstoke, south bound, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, at 4 a.m.,for all points in West Kootenay and the south.  Leaves Robson. north bound, on AVednesdays and  Saturdays, at 8 p.m., for all points east and  west, via the C.P.R.  AUCTIONEER  and  COMMISSION  At the present time, the Bank of  France has in its corf ers not only the  largest stock of gold and silver in the  avorld, but also an amount that has  KASLO  B. C  T  no;  il  E DIPLOCK  lilMI  NORTHPORT    ROUTE���STR.   LYTTON.  Leaves North port, 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  TrailCreek Landing to Rossland.  Close connection niade'  with the Columbia river  boats for all points north and south,        .  This schedule is subject to change at any time  without notice. . ���  For'furthcr information apply to  , J. 'S.'-LAWRENCE.'  - Trainmaster  Nakusp, B. C. ���'���"��������������� .  ma  is  nu :  Dllltti  Tlie Quickest  (LIMITED.)  ATV-HOXjHI 3-^TjE  APER DEALERS & STAtiONERS.  Vancouver,   B.  C.  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Brinsmead ec Norclheimer Pianos  Dixon, Borgeson & Co.'s SIioav  Oa ses. Self-ope n i n g Bags, Wrap -  ping Paper and Twine.  KASLO ROUTE���STR .^NELSON.  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo, on Tuesdays, at 5:10 pin;  Wednesdays, at 4 p m;,Thursdays, at 5-AO p in;  Saturdays,' at 5:10 p m. Connecting on Tuesdays, Tli.ursda.vs, and Saturdays with N & S F  Railway for Kaslo and lake points.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson  on  Mondays, at ! a m:  AVednesdays, at 4 a in; Thursdays, at Sam:  Fridays, at 4 a m.   Connecting on. ���Mondays,  .  Wednesdays, and Fridays with N & F S Bail-  way for Sookaiie.  Close connections'  with Columbia & Kootenay  Railway at Nelson for points north and south.  CIi@ap.est Route  Easi  or  BONNERS FERRY   ROUTE���STEAMER  NELSON.  Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry on Mondays  and Fridays at S::'u a m.  Leaves Kaslo for Bonner's Ferry on Mondays and  Fridays at 4 a ni.^"7  Leaves  Bonner's F(f^ for Pilot   Bay, Nelson.  Ainsworth and K*Mo, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 a ni..  Connects with cast 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., apply at the Company's offices, Njlson, B.C-  Mail Orders receive prompt attention,  . ALLAN. Sec'y,  Nelson, B. C.  J. AV  TROUP.  Manager  Steamer leaves Nakusp every- Thursday and Sunday .morning, 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 Agent  or to  District Passenger Agent,  Vancouver Second Year.  THE LEDGE.  THE TUNEFUL LI AR.  Stcayedo ���  .  Mary had, a. little lamb,  It followed her each day,  Till .Mary put her bloomers on,  And then it ran away.  ��� Louisiana Times.  The Bicycle Face.  THE GRANT HOUSE  Sandon  "E3. O.  G  1 GOD Meals and comfortable rooms make this  Hotel a pleasant place for travelers to ..stop at  ARCHIE GRANT, Prop  ' * Ah,''mc, Avhat perils do environ  The   man  who- meddles   with" cold  iron ;";  -,  I started on my flyina1-.wheel,  The flush of exercise to feel,  When, discontented with its load,  It seatttercd me along- the road,  And though I lit on every place,  The most of it Avas on my face.   :.,  ���New York Sun.  lHlLlii,  On Her Wheel.  And eke she ricleth the flying wheel,  Her beauty 'to enhance :  But never, ..never, never,  In pants.  --Detroit Free Press.  . A'Preference. 7  I took a lieader off niy wheel  And then was; forced to say,  ��� * Better fifty y ears of Europe  ���'Than a cycle of-to-day.."  -Life.  BIoo*ncrs in Bilville.  The wom.cn down atllilville haveeot  the bloomer craze;  They're ridin' round of bicycles an'  blockin'a.11 tlie ways ;  They say it makes 'em healthy, an'  'they're g*oin' for it strong,  An' the men arc bakiii' biscuits am  cussin'all'day long.  ���Atlanta Constitution.  I \0 m     Ui      ill  New Denver. B.C.,  HAS in stock .Millinery, Hosiery, Ladies' Under  wear. Dre*s Goods," etc, ,  A lai'ire quantity of House Lining"^ at very low  prices. "��� .  Call and inspect the Stock..  W. J. TRETHEWEY, E.M.,  Examination  & Reports.  Assays of Ores.  Analysis of Ores. v.;  OF KICK AND 'LABOR ATOKl*:     .  FRONT    ST ,     KASLO  THE  LELAND  HOUSE,  "Kaslo, B. C  CONVENIENTLY situated to the steamboat  "J lmidinsr. Thebar isoneof tlie oest ai>p&..ited  in the Kootenay District.  JAMES DELANEY,  Lessee  NEW DENVER,  Stese & Winter, Props.  Br'ti'.-Ii Lions.  Headqu arters     for    Mining  Accommodations and Service  of theBest.  s  ��������  At the Oakland   Hall  of Records  there stand on  either side two iron  lions.    These  lions  are most   lamblike.    They have stood there peaceably, for many, years without biting  any   one,   but  they, 'have suddenly  i>-iven offense to tlie Populist county  officials.       County    Clerk    Jordan,  County Treasurer Sanford, and County  Superintendent Garlick have discov  .creel that they are'"British lions," and  therefore  they   must  go.    We. had  heard Jiat Britain rule.', the waves,  but. never knew  that she ruled the  entire animal kingdom as well.    But  it seems she. does -in  the  minds- of.  Bopuiist officials.   We would surest gixatly reduced Prices.  ?i?S PRICE LIST:  man oouncmg thc;se allegt d Ln!-  ish lions. Let the present, .tails be  removed; let other movable tails be  affixed- let these tails work on a  powerful toggle-joint.; let the Populis  officials each day take turns in twisting these toggle-jointed tails; then  shall the indignation of thc American  nation he appeased and the Populis  vote in Oakland be largely swollen.  AVING placed some new  Machinery in on r Mill,  we are  prepared  to furnish  all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber and   Bhino'les at  SLOCAN CITY, B.C.  Only first-class house in "thc Citv.    The rooms are lit  with sunlight and petroleum.    Game is served with nearly  every meal, arid the beds are conducive to .the repose of  mind and body.    Tlie bar is supplied .-with the regulation  beverages of all mining camps.  Prospectors, Millionaires and Tourists always welcome.  SAM WHITTAKER,  ��.  NWORKS,  Vancouver, B. C.  Mining Machinery and Supplies.  General Machinery for Reduction Works.  ; Pipe Fittings, Belting, Oils, Etc., Etc. ,  Tram Lines Complete with Brakes,  Gars, Rails, and All Other Requ'sTes  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.  ���a  >rs-  GENERAL;  NAKUSP,  ������IKkVJt  B. C.  K  %  .'Wholesale Produce Merchants,--. ���-..-  131 WATER STREET, - - VANCOUVER, B.C  0  WE handle  Dried Fruits,  Fresh   Fruits, Butter, Eggs,  Cheese, .Bacon, Hams, and Lard.  Rouj^h Lumber, narrow,  SlO <)0  "          "         wide-  311 00 to $12 00  Joist and Scantlinir, sized up to  IS feet long-,  $11 00  18 'to 24'  ��12 00  21 ',to30 '  $Vi 00  Flopm**,-, T & G, 0 "  $20 00  ���'      4 ".  $22 00  V joint Coilinir, J "  $22 00  ' "Rustic,���  $10 00  Shii'lap,  $11 00  Surfaced Dresscc'  $1V> 00  A liberal discount on lar^c orders for Cash,  PETER GENELLE & Co..  4/  :-��\^ B  \  THREE   FORKS,   B.  C.  0  THIS Hotel, under new management, is cue of tlie best in  the country. Tiie Rooms are comfortable and the  Dininp; Room contains the best the market affords. Don't  ���miss it when vou go-to the-Forks.'  LOWES & CLAIE, Proprietors T
Second". Year
THE   LEDGE.
MINING RECORDS,
.Silverton IJoy—On  Four Mile creek, by W* II
Robertson,
Cbaneery—On Kiybt Mile creek, by G .Simmons.
(Jrossfell—On Eight Miie creek, I>y R. Ewen.
O'Kana.q'aii—On Robertson creek, by J Han.ill.
Sept 10. ■
Harper—On Springer creek' by Ii Gillette.
..C."iit'.u'y--C)ji S;''i'in.*j.-ei- crock, by H -L.Arnold.
Empire No.'"'—On Spriu^vr creek, by R. Gillette.
Forty Five Ninety—On Goid Hill,'by ,j. A. Mara.
Seitt 11. ...'...'.
Maple Leaf—Un Dayton creek.by A 1' McDonald.
1'oteiboro—On Finnell creek, by T S Linerg-an.
(.ii'irando—On Carpenter creek,  by T A Heinie-
bery. '
Eai*i;0 Feather— Oil  Ten Mile creek, by M lv
Franklin. 7.
Whistler— On -Lemon creek, by C W Greenlee.
i 4
LEDGE CRGPPiNGS
l-te;*.or.le;l  at  New  Denver,   tlie   A.v.essinents
Transfers and Locations:
'■':■.     ASSESSMENT.**?.
Washington Fraction-—Sept •>, by J Keg-an.
L.>ne Jack—.-"eja .', same.
Rupert—Se] it (j, by I) \V OJibsou. ' ./
American Girl—Sept 7. by C W Greenlee.
'•-.'■ 'Quinte—Sept 7, by E Dunn.
iiampton—Sept 7,  by jj-i.-j cash.. Alamo Mining
Co.
. \'ic-Ury—Sept'.), same.
Silver-'fclur—Sept ie, by G Lsng:
Bunnell—Sept 10, by G W* liuntsai!.
TlfANSKKliS.
C l>ro\vii to J K Owen—All int.'i*est in Leslie and
•' in Heivicw, Any 1(5. beeo'ded Any *.<■;'; amount ex | "
Alice Tenery to A Seiuieler—h iu Alice, Sept 20,
■ IS.1)-!.   Recorded Aug- 26 \ amount, :*„'l.
A E Price to J L Mci'hee—i in Alice, -J  July,
liecoi'ded Aug 26; amount, $1. ■      T1ri .    ■ TT       , ,        .    ,       ,
U.K Fiekimg p S Wmnaker--- in  Tamarack]      \ h%.1R    Vancouver   Stop   at    tlie
No*1, J line-.1.   Recorded Aiu*^/; amount:, cl.     ■ ■ .1 MailOl" JrlOllSC*. 7, .7. ■ t
S Whittakor to (J E Fieiding-i.in Fails View j      James .Black   Wil3 down   from Sail-
1\o *-', June i.   Recorded, Aug if; amount; •?!.
T J Roadley to J L iictdkek— "■ in Lucky Jim,
Aug 10.    Jveeordeo Aug-Jo; amount, ij-.l,
J E L Tate to A Lemie—i in Idaiio. Mareli "7
Record..'i( Aug* Ik'; amoani, .s5jj.
ii J j.virk\vood if) 1) Alalicw—"■ in Western. Aug
■'l'».    Iteeorded Aug ".'fi: amount .^lio.
W s iSluKeiy to  W Sudrow—'Ail in Argo Frac-
tiuu, Aug 7,   Keeonied 7vug j$ ; amount,./!.
J W i-iaiiiird to PJ MeOougall—".- in Ada Lei.*
Aag .'JO.Let-orded Aug hi: .amount, si.
At .i.;.indi'igan to 7U McGill—i in  JJjg Tanbcr,
'Aug. *.'.'. 7i.v.ec6r'd«]ci Aug :■)! : amount, $l.
'■T-DTobm to N Raiorcia—.',- iu . Vaiieeilas, Aug
:*J8.   ideeoi'ded Aug "Ji; anion t, >;i.
.   HA.Me.Mida.i (ODD .Via. :'n—|-in Violet and Car
iiiiliou. Aug-iu.... Recorded Aiig;o.; amount, -f-Mp
J skub.tlto X D Mooiv-—Ail in 7h::c.and '.-each
in Al. ;nd.!V, Ou::sj)ine, Yakima'.and Oregju, Aug
2>>.    io..c^rdeu Se-pt 2 : a mo am..'''J.
E lJjwcA rb  A T h\,iJl;:C(C\v,ood—i in   Empire.'
Hecoi'dcdSeptu: amotuil.'^j..
. 0\V* ii ,M;o-neiL to A T li iija.'.*kwootl—yi'u L & M,
A.i:;.-'-.■!.    Recorded Scot -t; amoUut, ;;'!. :
■ C i' i'i..riei' to-Geo Hay ward—.',- in Jierbert and
Cii.'triou-.-, 7ta.. ri.   Recavled .••ie-i't'.'<"; aiiuauii. ■:!.
■ ».i,:.o iia,.. \v.<.;<.'..to J l.j ivei-.kai'iv— .i ii in iicrbv-r,
aiul Cii..rio;ie, Sept 2. ivee0i-;iou' ' Se-pt t: aniouut,'
*-uu:a. ■
7SDMocre to W C Yawkey— A I! in Mine, and
\ in M aukiy,'Sail .-hlne,' 'V'a.Uina.Mid Oto.^on, Se_.-i.
_•.    i..:ei.::'(U-d .Set(t 7 ; ainotini., i:.i.
T \\ '-.ivicis to b\V iir.igg—, .a Silver Tip. Lake
\'mw ai.<d' i'rescotv., Sc^.i ;"•. lieeonied Oe^.t i.:
aniount, tf'i. . , .
;   1MV Skiels to J Cadde::—;- in Silver Tip. Lake
Vlciva-ud L'ry:.'coit, Sep' ii; amjiuit, -,-i.
i' Siierau to F A Wells— h in iiyderiaad, .Sept!).
Recorded Sept'U : iiinouiil.vi.
C G-.apt..) S.Xoon.iii—4- i.i LJareel.l, Aug'21.    Re
cta'ded Sepioil; aiiioiiiu.-7e)i'. ■'
i.ocA'no.vH.
p"3
Front Street, Kaslo.
fi Largest MM oiite Stel ii tin Met
Dry Goods, Carpets, Ho use Fnrnisliings,        ^
Gents'FiirnisliingsrClotliiiig, Hats,
Boots &  Shoes, Tents and Blankets
ZjuZitL  mJL.   i* "T-^ -"^^^ZZ
don yoSoerdav. Dad says he does
not like the rural district as well as
tlie metropolis.'
Bourne Bros, sell line vegetables
grown on Allen's ranch near Ten Mile
creek. This ranch assays high in
potatoes.- aiid turnips, and shipment is
made every ten days to the me-
tropolis.   ■■:'". X
Captain Moran has bought a pack
train and will feed the denizens of the
.Tenderloin upon mountain-linvored
horse meat! Neil "Gethint's horse is
not in tlie band, as Neil took him to
Kaslo this week for safe-keeping.
XaJ\ H Inqlvn I
Dealers in
Pianos,   Organs,' Musicians'   Supplies^ Sewing'Machines, and
Supplies.
■A
A
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ji03!/
\S,^i
Iii isre-w  Denver, B, O.
It is tlie oldest established business of the kind in tlie
Slocan, and satisfaction is guaranteed.
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SPOKANE,
WASH.
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JN"ew Denver, B. C
SOLICITOR and Notary Public
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Is the Metropolis of the ...
. Slocan'' District,  Mild
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Investor's wi1! consult their oavii
Interests by- consultiiiir
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, ii ol»f. K—On Ten ^iiic cive.k,l)y G ,M SoKulio.
i*7uiVii'jc <J—Ten• "tliic civuiC,. by X7 D.7\Iuui'<*. •
•Alma L—On Ten i\L'!v. civeiv, by 1j A Moore.  ..
.Fraiiki'ovt Xo -'—,.)n, .Lenun e.reek,  i 'S7:.t,.l'yG }
501, 50,\ 511 & S13 HASTINGS St.,
■ VAN
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DEALERS   IX:
..�� ■ Furniture,"Carpets, -Linoleums, Wmdow . Shades
Bedding Supplies, etc., etc.
| Send lor onr IIIiistrated Catalogue.
New Denver, I>. C.
Keep Your Eye On
T&Gfiy
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v  a !'';\i;- >^::Ui'i     \-m! '    CVA ii il H ^1      A
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In New I^)enver. and You will, see all.
.tlie:-.La-test Sensations in. 'Literature, of
the Dav.
.Munkliuul- S.-isiu
S.'-.,
li(.-e!ic>U'r—On Li-ni;,;! c-rei-lc, by i I' S.-iiUliz.
t.in*;U Fall^—On Lemon eiV'.-k, by G M Solielk'.
N'ietui'ia—On Lemon creek, by' W .0 Voim.*.*-.
Sejil 7. .''.•''.
■ Lirile Grant—Near Ilearlako, by J T Foley.
Scot :.».
Tontln— Next• Hiiida, by 11 C.trb.'i" a:;d E Dunn.
Haide--Same.
Shi-Ten—On Ten Mile creek, by C E Snii'thor-
in.ualeand K A Keinvielc.
De.isy X'o *—On  Cai*|M-nter creek,  by  A P An
dersjn. . ,
• u"Jio;i;;:;;ALE    .
Books. Puper, Stationery, and
Dilice Supplies.
Wall    Paper   a    Specialty
•Fresh-Fruit and Konfcisimiiery
7   .   .,.   AIwuvs Kcot in: Stock
TT?
Great Eastern Block.
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Nelson, B.C.
Full Line  of Suitings and
Spokane, wash. | Trouseriiio's ahvavs on hand.
iiU'i oi7y|gyio hiDsLL
ARROW LAKE,
T'S now* oi)on  for 11.o, aecomriiod.-il-ioii  of ii'iif-Pls
1 Hates, 'SI..50 to $2.50 per day. Batlis
2 5   cents each,  or 5  for SI.- For fiivther
particulars write to the. proprietor?.
DAWSON, CRADDOCK & Ue-

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