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THE  PROSPECTOR.
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Vol. III.—No. \t [\ ROSSLAND, B.C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1895.      $2.00 a Year.
KOSSLANp'S FIRST SHOOTING CASE.
Johnny  LmiKford   Committed   For  the
Offence.
What is believed to be the first
" gun-play" ever made in Rossland
occurred on Tuesday evening. At
about 6ix o'clock the large barroom of the International Hotel
was pretty well crowded, when two
men rushed in from Spokane street,
where they had been "having
"words." The one who entered first,
a young man named Johnny Lang-
ford, turned around and told the
other, Thomas J. Thomas, to " keep
away." It is said that Thomas
attempted to kick Langford, whereupon the iatter drew a large Colt's
revolver and struck Thomas over
the head with it. He then fired,
the bullet making a scalp wound
on Thomas' head, grazing the neck
of Walter L. Carruthers, a Slocan
prospector, cutting a clean hole
through the large glass in the front
window, and narrowly missing the
head of Mr. J. S. Clute) barrister,
who was passing on the sidewalk,
buried itself in the casement of a
window in Stack & McDonell's
Hotel on the opposite side of the
street and right over the headB of
some boys who were playing there.
After firing the shot Langford ran
Out at the back door, but was soon
afterwards arrested by Constables
Hooson arid Gerow and taken to
the police station;
Langford is of no particular occupation ; Thomas is employed as
foreman in the erection of the electric light poles and wires. They
quarrelled over a Soitr Dough Alley
woman, and the trouble commenced
bn the street)
The accused was brought before
Mrt W; M. NeWton, J. P., on
Wednesday for a preliminary ex:
imination. Constable Hooson was
the prosecutor, and the following
witnesses were called:
James1 Lorigley, who lives in
Sour Dough alley; said: ''Theac;
cused lives two doors west of me.
I went into his house about 4 p.m.
bn Tuesday. He asked me to lend
him my gun. I said I would and
at 5 o'clock he came to my house
for it. I think he said he wanted
it for hunting. I let him have it;
1 recognize the gun produced ai
the one I let him have. I went
back to my house about an hour
and a half afterwards and found
the gun hanging in its usual place.
[ think one chamber was discharg-'
ed before I let him have the gun,
a"nd five were loaded. When it was
returned there were two chambers
empty."
Joseph Schatt, bartender at the
International; said the accused
and another man rushed into the saloon about 6 p.m. on Tuesday. The
bther man attempted to kick Langford, who then drew a gun from his
hip pocket and struck the man on
(he head, felling him to keep away.
Accused then'fired one shot at the
man and ran out at the back door.
No one attempted to stop him. The
bullet went through the front window into the street about five feet
from the floor.
Walter J. Carruthers said he was
standing in the barroom of the International when the accused and
Thomas ran in from the street.
There was a crowd inside. Langford called out to Thomas, who was
after him, "Keep away." They
seemed to clinch and then witness
a  revolver raised and felt a
stinging sensation on the throat,
and on examination by bystanders
it was found that there waB blood
on his neck and a bunch of loose
hairs from his beard.
Joshua Wayne said he had known
the accused nearly two months.
He also knew Thomas, and had
lived with him since Oct. 5. Never
knew Thomas to carry a revolver
or gun of any kind. Had seen
him dress and undress. Never
heard of his having trouble with
anyone. ThomaB Was not a quarrelsome man.
John J. Hand was called for the
defence. He said he wa6 not present when the shooting took place
and did not know anything about
it.
Henry W. Russell, called for the
defence, said he Was not in town
on Tuesday night.
The accused was committed to
take his trial at the next 'court of
criminal sessions to be held in the
district, and all the witnesses
bound over to appear at the said
court in the sum of $250 each.
Officer Hooson left this morning
with the prisoner for Kamloops
jail, there being no provincial jails
in Kootenay.
Minstrel   and   Dramatic Entertainment.
The Rossland Miners' Amateur
Specialty Company gave an entertainment in the Opera House last
Friday night which was well attended, all the seating room being
occupied. Part 1. was opened with
a cliorus by the circle, C. H. Al-
hright acting as interlocutor and
Messrs. Cahill and Langford were
the corner men. Mr. Bleecker gave
"A flower from my angel mother'*,
grave" in a very creditable manner, and Mr; White moved the
audience almost to tears by his
pathetic rendering of" Friends were
saying gOod:bye." Mr. White is
the possessor of a fine tenor voice,
and knows how to use it effectively;
He scored the hit of the evening in
his character song, " Do riot forget
me," which was vociferously encored, and he responded with " The
waiter," which wa's also loudly applauded. Mr. Costello pleased the
audience very much with his step
dance and got an encore. In the
farce of "The Irish Justice" the
part of Lawyer Bum was ably and
humorously sustained by W. H.
Sheffield, and the somnolent Duffy
was ably interpreted by Costello;
Mr. Cahill, as" Justice Murphy, was
very much in evidence, and, as is
usual with amateurs, overdid it,
but he was " an amoosin' cuss"
nevertheless. "The fatal wedding,"
a song by J; Langford, received an
encore, as did also Mr. Calhoun's
elorig With banjo accompaniment.
In the drama, "The Temptation of
Gold," Messrs. Albright arid Sheffield gave excellent renderings of
the characters of Jack and Harry
Griswold. The rnusic furnished
by Professor Sumpf's orchestra was
pretty and enlivening. W. H.
Sheffield was stage manager, B. W.
Rollins property man, and H. C.
Mu'nson usher.
MINING   NOTES.
The Josie is an every-day shipper.
The engine at the R. E. Lee has
" steamed up."
The Cliff has just made a shipment of 38 tons of ore valued at
$995.50.
Le Roi ore is valued at the custom house for shipment at $45.80
per ton.
The Oriental has been purchased
by Col. Geo. Turrler, representing
a company of Montreal capitalists.
Bob Shields has gone about four
miles west of the Douglas B. camp
on Arrow Lake and located several
mineral claims.
Six men are working on the
Southern Cross, driving a tunnel
from the canyon—a branch of Tiger creek—to cross-cut the ledge.
Considering the large amount of
expenditure for machinery and
other improvements is is a wonder
that any dividends are declared.
The last shipment of ore from
the Cliff was valued at $26.2d per
ton—which is a good deal better
than that mine could do a few
months ago.
Mr. Durant, manager of the
Center Star, is of the opinion that
a matting plant at the mines will
be reqUired to treat the Vast body
of low grade ore..
The Argonaut Mining Company;
(C.P.R. officials) has six men de:
veloping the Londonderry. Geo.
Turner is superintending that work
and also the Work on the Violet, a
claim adjoining the Southern Cross
in the south belt.
The large boiler for the Centre
Star mine arrived here Friday
from Trail. It was drawn by 14
horses and attracted a great deal
of attention When passing through
the streets. Two days' were occupied in making the journey from
Trail;
The Black Prince will be developed this winter; It has two
ledges. At a depth of 8 feet mineral is obtained that goes $8.10 in
gold. The Black Prince is located
\\ miles below Trail, and only | of
a mile from the Columbia river.
It is owned by J. J. Hand, W; N.
Pfeifer and John Lowering.
A New Camp.
A Discouraged Undertaker.
Whether it Was owing to the
healthfulnesB of this.mouritain climate or the growing skill of local
members of the medical fraternity
wedid not learn, but it Was one or
the other of these causes that discouraged Undertaker Ward, and
caused him to sell his stock to B.
B. White and purchase a ticket for'
Kansas City, where he will spend
the winter with relatives.
So many ledges have beep discovered in the mountains to the
south of and near the foot of Lower
Arrow lake that it seems probable
that a producing camp will be developed there. Prospectors who
have spent several weeks in that
locality report that ."the whole
country is impregnated with ore."
The best known claim in that
locality is the Douglas B. It is
owed by three. Kaslo men, D. D.
Bruce, Alex. McKenzie and J. A.
Gillis, and Chas. Barbour, of Rossland. On this claim there is a
ledge 10 ffeet wide cropping out on
the surface. W. J. Tretheway, the
Kaslo assayer, found it to contain
$6.20 gold per tori and 3.5 per
cent, copper.
A ghaft following down a well-
defined wall has been sunk 40 feet,
and is in minera1! Shipments will
be made as soon as a pacK.-tritil
can he made.
Near the Douglas B. is the Kingman^ located by John Doyle for
Robs Thompson, and the Red Clpud
located by John Doyle for himself.
Also the Jess, located by Duncan
McCormack for Thos. Wilson.
Some of the best showing6 in this
new camp are on the Rob Roy, the
Duncan,'the Whatcom, the Thomas
and the Daylight.
The first locations were made on
the 2nd of August.
THE WATER WORKS COMPANY.
Clearing Right-of-way.
The Water Works Company let
the contract to Jas. Clark to clear
the right-of-way for the flume, and
he has had thirty men at work
since Monday morning and will
double the force today.
The distance from Columbia
avenue to the point on Stony creek
where the water is to be diverted is
about three miles.
Mr. D. Morris, the engineer in
charge, informs us that from the
creek to the divide, beyond Blue's
sawmill, he obtained a one per
cent, grade, and from the divide to
the place selected for a reservoir a
one and one-half per cent grade.
The company represents that it
is going to expend $25,000 or $30,-
000 on the water works. The distance from the creek to the reservoir
site is 10,000 feet—nearly two
miles. For this part of the work
100,000 feet of lumber has been
ordered, and a portion of the flume
is now being constructed. It is
made of heavy plariks and has an
inside measurment of 9x12 inches.
Where practicable it will be placed
under ground. At other places it
will be carried on trestles. The
exact location of the reservoir is
still a matter of some doubt, as the
site first selected is on a mineral
claim. The claim—the City of
Spokane—is a Crown grant, and
being a '91 location the owner uhas
BUrface rights.
From the reservoir, wherever located, pipes will be used to carry
water to the city and to distribute
to all parts of it.
Mr. Fellows, who represents the
compdny in Mr. Norman's absence,,
expects to have the city supplied
with water before Christmas;
AROUND   THE   CITY.
Will Have Two Electric Light Systems.
There is' before the people bf
Rossland a fine prospect for cheap
lights; TWo electric light companies are here and both mean busi:
ness. The one known as the local
company has an entire plant on the
ground, poles erected and wires
Strung. The other has ordered a
plant and Will let the contract today for the erection of poles.
The four members of the local
company who have put up the
money for the purchase of the
plant are Thos. M. Stack, Chris
McDonell, Angus J. McDonald and
Jas. M. Aikins. They have gone
into this enterprise in good faith
and are entitled to credit as public
spirited citizens. They claim that
their plant—consisting of engine,
boiler, dynamos, wires,' etc.—is
very nearly new, having been used
only a few weeks, and that they
are able to operate it successfully.
They are certainly proceeding in
a business-like manner, and it is
hoped that they will remain in the
field.
The other company is the same
that is putting in the waterworks
It will be equipped with the most
modern machinery arid will furnish light to the mines as well as
to the city.
Tea Meeting
Will be given by the ladies of
the Methodist Church Thursday
evening, Nov. 21. The tea—which
will be from 6 to 8 p. m.—will be
followed by a special program by
the best local talent.',
The Rossland orchestra will be
in attendance. Admission 25 cents.
All the rooms in the Fortnight
block are engaged.
Esquire Wilson has quit the
restaurant business.
Coasting is the chief sport of the
small boy since the fall of snow.
W. L. Ross' soft drinks are becoming popular. He sells only to
dealers.
Tenders for the construction of a
building for school purposes are
called for.
Waterproof oil and dressing at
Chas. Gallion's. Sign of the red
boot, Reserve street.—Advt
Mr. Tuttle has moved his fruit
store into a neat and cheerful room
at the head of Spokane street.
G. H. Green and Harry Mans=
field have opened the Royal Coffee
and Chop House on Spokane Street.
Dreyer & Hoffmeier, proprietors
of the Columbia brewery, on Center
Star creek, have erected a large addition to their building.
The Water Works Company has
purchased the building on Columbia avenue lately occupied by
Geo; Taylor; architect.
The snow which fell during Wednesday is disappearing fast, the
weather being too warm for the
permanency of the " beautiful."
"That reminds hie of the early
days in California," remarked a
'49er, as a bullet Went whizzing
across the street   Tuesday evening;
Complete line of imported uppers
in stock for miners, at Chas. Gallion's Reserve street shoe shop
Sign of the red boot.—Advt.
Another drunk was run in by
Watchman GeroW early Wednesday morning and had to pay the
Ustt&l $5,00 and costs to get out.
The two engineers, Fellows and
Morris, representing Mr. Norman;
are like him in possessing a large
amount of American characteristic
called "push."
The Blue Sawmill Co. iD building a new mill about two miles
beyond the one now in use. They
have orders ahead for a quarter of
a million feet of lumber.
The Howard restaurant was the
third of its kind on Spokane street
to close; With the general reduction of dining room rents by
hotels, the outside eating houses
havn't much show.
Boots arid shoes oiled at Charles
Gallion's for 10c. Sign of the red
boot, Reserve street.—Advt.
In the case of the man Fraser;
accused of stealing a sleigh, the
prosecution failed to appear and
the case Was dismissed by the magistrates. It is said that Fraser ha»
a bill of sale on the sleigh.
Mrs. Owen, of the Leland House
dining room, has found it necessary to enlarge, and has taken possession of the front room recently
occupied by Mr. Boultbee, solicitor,
who has moved to the opposite
side of the street.
Leave your boots and shoes at
Chas. Gallion's to be repaired or
oiled. Sign of the r-ed boot, Reserve street.—Advt.
A. MacNish, a barrister from
Ontario, who practiced his profession successfully in that province
for several years, has decided to locate in Rossland, and has opened
an office in the room formerly oc
cupied by the Miner, over Thomas
& Smith's feed store. BflRT*
Thursday, November 14th, 1895.
W. D. PKATT.
R. W. NOKTHEY.
A   WRONG   CONCLUSION.
Some of the gentlemen composing
the company now erecting the elec- , . ,
.     ■        ,.'...      „     ,     ,! right   which,   though   not  imme
trie  system for lighting Rossland     B ' °
water from both creeks—it would
be at least three years, and probably five, before it would take water
from Sheep Creek, as it lies in
another direction and will require
an entirely different plant and
reservoir. What, then, is the necessity of the people surrendering a
«eem to have taken our remarks on
this subject last week as an attack
on their financial standing, and say
that neither we nor anyone else
know how much capital they have
behind them. It was not in that
light that we intended our article
to be construed, We certainly do
not know what capital these gentlemen have behind them; but we
thought then, and think now, that
it is the duty of a newspaper to
iook after the interests of the town
in which it is published, in preference to the interests of any company or syndicate that may be
seeking a valuable franchise for its
own benefit, and that was our sole
aim last week. In asking the citizens, for their own protection, to
look into the bona fides of the applicants for charters we did not
single out or refer to one company
more than another, and those gentlemen who complain of our re*
marks will surely admit that theirs
is not the only company peeking to
put in an electric lighting plant.
We referred to the Kaslo & Slocan
Railway as an instance where a
charter was granted to the great
detriment of the district, but we
defy those gentlemen to say that we
placed their company in the category of impecunious applicants for
a charter. Our article was addressed to the citizens of Rossland,
advising them to investigate the
matter and ascertain the financial
standing, not of one Company alone,
but of all the partie's, companies
or syndicates applying for' a charter. It was our duly ; it was for
the public good; we serve only the
public.    ______
diately useful, will be of immense
value in the future? It is clear
that the people of Rossland, if they
are not upon their guard, will be
despoiled of rights and properties
which, after the town is incorporated, it may take thousands of
dollars and a score of years to recover. No time should be lost by
the business men who believe in
the permanence of our town in applying to the Government, through
its agent here, to reserve the water
in Sheep Creek for the sole use of
Rossland. This would not pro*
hibit the water works company
from using the Water, but it would
be as a lessee of the city. Public
rights must not be surrendered.
Invite, capital to come in; treat it
generously; but do not make the
blunder of giving up all We have.
Keep an eye on the future and act
accordingly.
TOO   OBA'SPING.
The Water works company is
Already asking for too much. We
fire glad to see capital come in and
help develop the country and build
(be town, and we cbngi'atulated tho|land's   land   ru!,i,-.=-v
people, and  do  s'till   congratulate
MUCH   ADO   A1SOUT   NOTHING.
The American papers which have
been clamoring for war with England because of alleged encroachments on American territory in
Alaska ought to sing very small
just now, but where newspaper
modesty is unknown it is hardly
to be expected that thn truth will
have much chance to survive such
torrents of Vituperation and seas of
gall. General Dullield, chief of the
American Coast and Geodetic Survey,- has just sent his report on the
Alaskan boundary survey to the
Government at Washington, and
thi? report shows that the Canadian:
line encroaches on the American
line Twenty-two and a Half Feet
at Forty-mile Creek and 'Twenty-
two Feet at Marking Point on the
Yukon River ! What of the mass
meetings of prospectors and miners
on the Yukon, the' indignation
meetings at Juneau, Sitka and
elsewhere to protest against Eng-
which   the
,]injo papers gave sUcri prominence
themvBpori this phase of  an im-|t0?   gh.mie on  tho journ41 that
portant public benefit; but when a j attemp(s t0 gow the Beed_ of disc01.d
company, no matter how great its and W;u. Wtvveen neighbors.
wealth, seeks  after a   franchise,  it r  J
«hould he reasonable, and  if it is! a„_„ICan mannbr*.
not  reasonable the people shntld 	
Oppose  it  ;>'nd compel it  to  keep jtura s"",to »""«"*" "•'-" fil,'™» Les"
withiit proper bounds'.   1'n its pub- j
Hshed   notice of  application for a'l
HEAR, HEAR.
son by HfB Mother-in-law.
Horsewhipping byla'dies(?) has
■ become oiiite fashionable in the U.
charter the   waterworks company  _        ., r     ,.0_,.    T->      i i   ■
,„i..     i,„  .i   . •.. i |__ |S.,'and Lord S'bulto Douglas,' who
recently married a variety  actress.
fiot  only asks  that it be granted
the  right   of   taking  Water   from
is to be publicly horsewhipped   by
Stony Creek and tributary, streams,- _.        .   •   .   ;,      .,  , . >   _
_  '        T   .'.his mother-in-law if she can get at
but als-o  from Sheep Creek.    It is!, .
. . , ,  him.
t'bis latter request that the people
should object to and that the Provincial Legislature should not
grant.
Stony Creek will supply (according to the company's own engineer)
700,000 gallons of water every 24
hours. That is more than will be
required at any time for the next'
three years, arid" is" till that tiie
(tompariy should ofsk for and* all
that the city should think of parting with at present. Three years
Hence the circumstances may be
Entirely different. Sheep Creek,
which has a much" greater Volume
of water than Stony Creek, should
be reserved by the city against the
time when it becomes incorporated
and will need to own and operate
its own water works. That time
will surely come to Rossland, as it
has to all towns who have unthinkingly placed themselves in the
power of water works companies by
permitting them to monopolize the
whole of the available water supply.
If the company were granted all
if asks for—the privilege of taking
A" San Francisco paper says:
" Mrs. Addis has announced that
she will start for Los Angeles this
week for the purpose of teaching
her son-in-law1 somfe American
manners,
"The disagreement is said tb
have resulted from the interference
of Mrs. Addis in the management
of the Dmiglas household. Lord
Sholto took exception to the action
of his mother-in-law and in a letter informed her that when he
married Miss Addis he did not
marry the whole family, and that
he Would be pleased if his mother-
in-law would permit him to manage his own domestic affairs.
"Mrs. Addis feels that she has
been insulted and Bays she will
publicly horsewhip her son-in-law."
A fine display of lamps at Hunter Bros., K. & Co.--Adv.
At the  Leland all the meals are
the same price— 25c. *
The     Knssl.-iiid    Correspondent   of    the
'•Province'* Says:
"The condition of Rossland's
principal street is a disgrace to the
Government; considering the large
amount of revenue that has been
obtained from this district within
the last few months, much more
should have been done in the way
of road making. Rossland's traffic
is very heavy and good streets are
absolutely necessary.
" The treatment Rossland has
received at the hands of the Educational Department is shameful.
With upwards of 100 children of
school age there is no school house
and only one teacher. The board
of school trustees has petitioned
the authorities time and again, but
hitherto without effect.
"Among Rossland's pressing
needs are banking facilities, increased mail service with Coast
points and direct telegraphic communication with the outside world.
" Whilst Very little credence can
be placed in the variously reported
coming railroad construction, there
is good reason to believe that the
C.P.R. will build into Rossland in
the near future."
The state of Columbia avenue
and the inadequate school accommodation has been mentioned in
the columns of the Prospector;
and now that the "Province" gives
those matters an airing it is to be
hoped the Government will stir
itself, if only for the sake of shutting on one source of attack from
its outspoken and persistent opponent.
Annual   Report of   the B. C.   Board   of
Trade.
Thfe sixteenth annual report of
the B.C. Board of Trade has just
been issued. It is a neatly printed
and tastily got up book of 97
pages, containing a great deal of
information about trade in every
portion of the province. We have
only space to notice the reference to
the Board's trip to Kootenay last
September, to which six pages are
devoted, and a fairly accurate map
of the mining districts is supplied.
As the Board had just half a day in
Rossland, very little of the report
is taken up by our Trail Creek
mines, only four being mentioned—
the Cliff, War Eagle, Josie and Le
Roi. Speaking of the War Eagle,
the report says : " As this mine
is referred to in the annual report
it is'only necessary to state that
another dividend of $50,000 has
since been declared, making the
total $132,000 paid within six
months."
Of course, it is not stricly a
mining report, and we cannot expect mining to occupy any great
space in it; but, like the visit of the
members of the Board, the reference to mining is very short and
meagre, cftal not much benefit can
tie expected to result. If the members of the Board had had any
idea of the importance of Trail
Creek as a mining district they
would have spent at least three
whole davs here.
For choice groceries go to Hunter
Bros., K. & Co.—Adv.
Large Shipments of B.C. Fish.
The Western Fisheries Company,
of New Westminster; has sent 30,-
000 pounds of salt salmon as a
first shipment to the great market
of Manchester, England, and is following this up with another shipment of 100,000 pounds to Montreal, whilst 60,000 pounds of frbzen
Salmon are.now being put Up! .for
Montreal and Quebec, this being
in the case of the latter city the
first British Columbian shipment
of such fish. Meanwhile each return of the halibut steamer brings
in at least 35 tons of fine fish.
The Leland puts up an excellent
menu for 25c. *
Wool blankets, quilts and mattresses, at Hunter Bros., K. <fe Co.
—Adv.
See Hunter Bros., K. & Co., for
wool boots, German sox and overshoes. Winter foot-wear of all
kinds.—Adv.
FAR. A. S. MARSHALL,
*-* ROSSLAND, B. C.
Dentist.
All work guaranteed.
fred j. squire,
Merchant Tailor.
Nelson, B. C.
A choice collection  of worsteds
serges and tweeds always on hand
W MORTIMER,
LANDSCAPE UflRIRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER
ROSSLAND, B.C.
a  sfaction Guaranteed.
GEORGE R. YATES.
 :o:	
Groceties.Provisions.etc.
Home-made Bread, Pies, etc.
BASEBALL GROUND.
R B. WHITE,
Undertaker & Embalmer,
HAS OPENED KIRST-CLASS
Undertaking Parlors
AND
Preparation Room.
Columbia Ave., East of Washington Street,
ROSSLAND, B.C.
International HoteL
FIRST-CLASS DINING ROONL
The most elegantly furnished
rooms in the city*
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC LIQUORS;
FRESH tRAUGH! EEER, * * * POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES,
Travellers and Miners will find tiie House a
pleasant Home.
gUROPEAN* jJOTEL,
LODGING, 25c. to $1.00.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Warm Dining Room.
SPOKANE STREET. AUGUST MARTIN, Prop'r.
We have just received
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
which we will sell
Cheaper for Cash
Than ANY HOUSE in Rossland,
WE ALSO CARRY
FURNISHING GOODS,
And make CLOSE PRICES oh EVERYTHING
Balfour Trading Co., ^tSftStf*
IF YOU WANT
Good Saddle or Pack Horses
CALL UP THE
Red Star Stables.
We make a specialty of sending horses to Trail and North-
port.   We get them hack.   No feed bill.
DELIVERING & TRANSFERRING ANYWHERE IN THE CAMP.
DEALERS hN HAY AND GRAIN.
Northport, Wash.
Rossland, B.O.
HARTLINE 6. WEAVER/ 9»
jga__gji3_g
Certificate of Improvements. |  application foe liquor license.
"alberta" mineral claim.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay District. W'liere located: South and
joining the Iron Colt Claim.
Take Notice that I, A. S. Far-
well, as agent for Daniel M. Drum-
be! ler, No. 61,398, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Gold Commissioner for a
certificate of improvements, for the
purpose of ohtainig a Crown grant
of the above claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims must lie sent to the
Gold Commissioner and action
commenced before' the issuance of
such certificate of improvements,
Dated   this  9th  day of  November, 1895.
14-11-95 A. S. FARWELL.
Certificate of Improvements.
DEER  PARK" MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located : About one
mile southwest from Rossland.
Take Notice that I, A. S. Farwell,
as agent for Frederick A. Mulhol-
land, No. 59,500, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof) to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of
the above claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims must he sent to the
Gold Commissioner and action commenced hefore the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated   this first day of November, 1895.
7-11-95 A. S. FARWELL.
Certificate of Improvements.
" I'iLGHIM " MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in theTf Ail Creek Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located i North of and adjoining the War Eagle claim.
TakeNoticb that I, A.S. Farwell,
as ftgent for Thomas L. Savage, No.
67,051, and William Austin, No.
112.127,- intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Gold
Commissioner for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of
Obtaining it Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims (mist be sent to the Gold
Commissioner and action commenced before the* issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Datffl Ibis fourth day of November, 1895.
7-11-95 A.S. FARWELL.
Certificate of Improvements.
"MUGWUMP" MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate it\ the Trail Creek Mining
Division of West Koo'terfay District
Where located : North and ail joining the Iron .Mask claim.
Take Notice that I, William M.
Newton, free miner's certificate No.
56,691',- intend, sixty days' from' fbe
date hereof, to a'pply to the Gold
Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose Of obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claimd must be sent to the Gold
Commissioner and action commenced before the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated this fourth day of November, 1895v
W. M. NEWTON,
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned will, at the expiration of thirty
days, apply to the Stipendiary Magistrate oi
West Kootenay district, for a license to sel'
liquor at retail at the Bay View Hotel, in the
town'Of Trail. JOHN CALLAHAN.
October 21st, 1895.
CERTIFICATE   OF  IMPROVEMENTS,
"ST. LOUIS " MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in Trail Creek Mining Division of
Kootenay District of Uritish Columbia. When
located; On the north side and adjoining the
Good Hope mineral claim and the south side ol
the Ontario mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Finimore Melboun
McLeod, free miner's certiticate No. 61)470,intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to tiie Cold Commissioner for a certiticate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining n
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
certiticate of improvements.    .
Dated this 17th October, A.D. lSBIi.
P, M. McLEOD.
CERTIFICATE   OF  IMPROVEMENTS.
"BUCKEYE"   MINERAL  CLAIM.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division
of West Kootenay District nnd located north
of, and adjoining the Monte Christo Mineral
Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. A. Kirk, acting as
agent for Louis Lienaman, Tree Miner's certili-
cate No, (i0,8bo, and Charles Schmidt, Free
Miner's,certificate No. 00,884, intend, sixty (60)
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Gold
Commissioner for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of Obtaining a Crown
Orant of the above Olaiui.
And further take notice, that adverse claims
must be sent to the Cold Commissioner and
action commenced before the issuance of such
certilicale of improvements.
Dated this 24th dav of October, 1895, at Rossland, U. C. J. A. KIRK.
Certificate of Improvements.
" DEFENDER" MINERAL CLAIM,
Situate in Trail Creek Mining Division of
Kootenay District of Uritish Columbia. Where
located; On the west side of Red Mountain, in
tiie said mining division.
TAKE NOTICE that I, F. M. McLeod, of the
town of Rossland, in Kootenay District ot
Uritish Columbia, acting as agent for Theodore F. Trask, free miner's certificate No; 57171,
Joseph Almoure, free miner's certiticate No.
HU728, Joseph llrown; free miner's Certificate
No. 61201) and Walter L. Lawry, free miner's
certiticate No. 57231, all of the said town of
Rossland, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold* Commissioner for
a certificate 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
certificate of improvements.
F. M. McLEOD.
Dated this 3rd day M October, 1895;
Certificate of ihe Registration of a Foreign
'Companies Act,"  I'Art IV., and  Amending
Acts.
' 1IRITISII-A5IEHICAN   MINING COMPANY"
(Foreign).
Registered the 1st day of August, 1895,
fco To
WARD'S,
HEAD OF SPOKANE STREET,
FOR   FINE
Bar Fixtures
AND
CABINET WOUK.
*
-:o:-
IfNnEKTAKING.   -   KMBAI.MING.
BASKETS & COFFINS
ON HAND.
I hereby certify that I have this day registered
the " Uritish'American Mining Company"
(Foreign) under the "Companies Act," Part
IV., Registration of Foreign Companies, and
Amending Acts.
The head otlice of the said Company is sit-
ttate'd at the city pflluttef State of Montana,
fj, S. A.
The objects for which the Company is established are; To engage in, do and Carry on any
and all kinds of mining, milling, reducing, refining and treating of ores and minerals and
any other commercial business; to purchase or
otherwise acquire, own, hold, rent, mine, develop, improve, work; deal in, lease, sell, convey or otherwise dispose of mines and mineral
lands, townsites or (own lots, blocks, or any
subdivisions thereof; electric light or power
plants, roads, tramways, or any other means
of Conveyance and transportation; to acquire
by purchase, or otherwise dispose of, stocks or
Shares of stocks of other incorporated companies, and bonds; negotiable instruments, and
Other obligations'and securities; with power to
the Company to endorse and guarantee any
bonds, negotiable instruments, or other obligations dealt in or sold by it, or which may be or
may have been made ot" issued by any corporation in which fhis Company may own n major
ity of the stock; to acquire, buy,' own,' hold,'
sell, exchange and deal in any and all kinds of
merchandise, personal property and real estate
wheresoever within the StiCte of Montana or
elsewhere without said state; to lend money
for profit and to take, hold and realize upon
securities therefor; to borrow money for the
business of the Company'and to give security
thereforr'nud for the' purpose*of raising money
necessary for the transaction of the business of
the Company or of any Of its business or tho
acquisition of property; to execute bonds, debentures, promissory notes or other evidences
of indebtedness, and to secure the same by
mortgage or pledge of all;or any part of tho
property of the Company teal or personal; tn'do
ousinoss on commission and" io act as agent or
attorney of or for other persons or corporations
in the doing or transacting of any business
which (his Company may or can do or carry on
for itself; to carry on any other business or to
do any other" thing in connection with the objects and purposes above mentioned that may
hi' necessary, or proper' to successrtrlly acoom-
plish or promote said objects and purposes;
to construct and operate ditches, canals,dams,'
and other means of conveying and utilizing
^'liter for irrigation purposes;' to purchase,
hold, develop, improve,'use, lease, sell or convey,'or otherwise dispose of, water powers and'
the sites thereof and lands necessary or useful
therefor or for tho industries ond habitations
arising or growing up or to arise (ftgrow up in
connection with or about the same. The capital stock of the said Company is five hundred
thousand dollars, divided into five hundred
thousand shares of the par value of one dollar
each.
Given under my hand and seal of oliice at Victoria, Province of Uritish Columbia, this
first day of August, one thousand eight
hundred and ninety-five.
[I..S.] S. Y. WOOTON,
Registrar of Joiut Stock Companies.
Stoves of all kinds at bed-rock
prices. See Hunter Bros., K. &
Co.—Adv.
FOR SALE.
T IOHT SPRING WAGON, with SINGLE
I I UAH NESS, cheap. Also new Winchester
fUFLE, 15 90, with re-loading outfit. Latest
model.—Apply H, Ward, Undertaker, Spokane
street, Rossland.
New Fail and Winter
MILLINERY
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
Ladies are requested to call and
examine my stock.
Over Bigelow's Store.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Mrs. Helen Vavker.
W. H. RINGER
LICENSED AUCTIONEER,
Sells  on  Commission.
ROSSLAND, B.C.
A. Nelson.
Cabinetmaker & Turner.
FURNITURE  REPAIRED.
Carpentering
. and Job Work.
Cor; WASHINGTON and RESERVE STS,,
ROSSLAND, B.C.
JrfirSLOCAN LARK,
Str. "W> Hunter"
CAPT. ESTABROOKS, MASTER.
Leaves New Denver  daily
for all points  on  Slocari
Lake.
(SUNDAY EXOEPTEri.)
Slocan Trading & Navigation Comtany.
Spokane Falls
& NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Nelson I Fort Sheppard Railway,
ALL RAIL 79 SPOKANE, MONTH.
Daily    [except   Sunday]   between
Spokane .'ind Northport.
Tri-Weekly between Northport and
Nelson.
L've 8-4.1 n. in.  NELSON Ar'r. 6-85 p. in.
ON Slon.'s Wcdnes.'s nnd Frl 's trains will run
through to Spokane, arriving there same
day. .Ileluruingvrill leave Spokane at 7
a; m. on Tues's Thnrs's andSatur's, arriving at.
Nelson at oi'ilp.in.,same day, making close connections with steamer Nelson for al ooKtenay
lake points.
, Passengers for ■ ■ ; ,,, River and Boundary
Creek connect at Marcus witli stage on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Passengers tor Trail Creek mines connect at
Northport wi(h stage Daily.
Columbia & Kootenay Ry,
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TIME TABLE No. 5.
Taking effect Friday, July 26, 1895,
cancelling all former time tables.
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•Flag station.
Train No. 1 awaits arrival of Str. Alhertaat
Nelson and connects with hoat for Trail Creek
at Robson.
Train No. 3 connects witli boat for Revelstoke
at Robson,
Trains Nos. 2 and I will await arrival of boat
at Robson.
The Company reserves the right to change
the tune trble without notice;
Pacific standard and 24-hour system adopted.
J. HAMILTON, Trainmaster and Agent,
Nelson, D.C.
Great Northern
...Kail-waY....
The Snort Fast Scenic Route.
-TO-
Seatti.k, Victoria,
Vancouver k Pi-get
Sound, and all Pacific Coast Points, St.
Paul, Chicago and Points Beyond
Modern Equipment!   Rock-ballast
Road-bed,
Attractive tonrs via Duluth and the Great
Lakes in connection with,exclusively passenger boats of Northern S. S. Co.
Direct connection via Nelson &. Fort Sheppard
railway at Spokane; and via C. & K. S. X Co.
at llonner's Ferry	
For maps; tickets,' and complete information
call on Agents C. A . S. Nav. Co ; N. i F. S. r'y
or   C. G. Diyon, Gen. Agent, Spokane, Wash.
t. I, WHITNEY,' O. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
F. T, ABBOTT, .Travelling freight & Piissengei
Agent, Spokane, Wash.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
REVELSTOkE    TIME   TABLE
A tltl ii tie Express arrives 10:10 dally,
Pneiflo " "       17-i'i      "
Cheapest, most reliable and safe route to Montreal, Toronto, St. Paul, Chicago, New York and
Boston. Kates ?;ito?U) lower than any other
route.
Specially fitted Colonist cars, in charge of a
porter, for the accommodation of passengers
holding second-class tickets.
Passengers booked to and from all European
points at lowest rates.
Low freight rates. Quick despatch. Merchants
will save money by having their freight routed
via tiie C. P. R.
Full and reliable information given by applying to
GEO. M.(;I„ BBQWN, I. T. HREWSTER,
Asst. Gen. passenger agent,       Local agent,
Vancouver. Revelstoke.
C. & K. S. N. Co.,
LIMITED.
T1MK   TABLK   NO.   7.
In effect Monday, April 29,1895.
Kaslo route—Str. Nelson.
LV. NELSON. LV. KASLO
 Monday 4 a. m.
5'40 p.m Tuesday	
4 p. m Wednesday ... .4 a. m.
5'40 p.m.... Thursday 8 a. m.
 Friday 4 a. m.
5-40 p.m.... Saturday	
Connecting on Tuescays, Thursdays and Saturdays with N & F 8 railway tor kaslo and lake
points. Connecting on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with N .v. F S r'y for Spokane.
Close connections with Columbia & Kootenay
r'y at Nelson for points north 4 south.
Bonner's Ferry route—Str.  Nelson
Leaves ^'elson for Bonner's Ferry Mondays and
Fridays at 8:30 a. m.
Leaves Kaslo tor llonner's Ferry Mondays and
Fridays at i a. m.
Leaves Bonner's Ferry for   Pilot Bay,   Nelson,
Alnsworth and Kaslo on Tuesdays and
Saturdays at 2. a. m.
Connects with east-and west-bound trains on
the Great Northern Railway.
Revelstoke route—Str. Lytton.
Leaves Revelstoke, southbound, Tuesdays and
Fridays at 1 a. m. tor all  points in W'est
Kootenay and the South.
Leaves Robson, northbound, Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 8 p. m. for all points east and west
Via the C. P; R.
Northport  route—Str. Lytton.
Leaves   Northport,  northbound,   Wednesdays
ana Saturdays at 1 p. m.
Leaves  Robson,   southbound, Tuesdays  and
Fridays  at ti p. m.
Stages run, in connection with steamer, from
Trail creek Landing to Rossland.
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 otlices, Nelson, B. C.
Ti ALLAN, I. W. TROUP,
Secretary. Manager.
Northern
Pacific R. R.
Runs
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
To
St. Paul, Minneapolis Duluth,
FargOj Grand Forks, Crookston;
Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS'
To
Chicago,  Washington,
Philadelphia,   New York,
Boston and all Points  east;  wept
and south.
TIME SCHEDULE,'
For information, time cards, map*
and tickets, call on or write
H. G. Stimmel, T. P. agent,
Nelson, B. C.
F. D. Gibbs, General agent,
Spokane, Wash.
oii A. D. Charlton,
asst. Gen. Pass, agent,
Portland, Oregon
ellap.
VEGETABLES, NOTIONS, Etc.
' Furnishing Goods.
A FuH Line of Finishing Goods for Dressmakers.
MILLINERY,   RIBBONS'  AND   SILKS.
POULTRY, Live or Dressed, always on hand,
RESERVE STREET, ROSSLAND, B.C. ...iw.       T"1. ' ^WMTT*!T!*TT'*""""'-""
Oyster Supper and Entertainment.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church, i^ssib.ted bv friends of other
denominations, got up an excellent
supper in Donohue's hall last evening, of which oysters formed the
chief feature. The delicious bivalve
was served in various tempting
styles, but the favorite dishes appeared to be " stews " and " fries,"
and that the cooks were thoroughly
versed in the treatment of oysters
ail who partook of their handiwork
can testify. There were ten tables,
each presided over by two ladies, and
each well patronised, the ladies.in
attendance being most courteous
and assiduous in their attentions.
After supper the entertainment
was commenced by Mrs. Marsh,
who sang "Afterwards" in a pleasing manner. Rev. J. E. Wallace,
who is a host in himself, gave an
amusing selection from humorous
readings, and was followed by Mr.
L. Richardson, who received an
encore for his comic song, " Mrrj.
'Enery 'Awkins." Mrs. McCraney
and Mr. Baillie sang the pretty
duet, "I would that my love," and
then Mr. Wallace gave another
mirth-provoking recitation. The
orchestra of five pieces, under the
leadership of Mr. A. E. Church.
rendered some sweet music, after
which Mr. Baillie sang "In the Bay
of Biscay, 0," in really fine style.
An amusing piece, in which Mrs.
Marsh cleverly sustained the character of Mrs. Malaprop and Miss
Maud Kepkey that of her niece, in
which Mr. Wallace took part, was
then presented, and elicited a goon
deal of laughter and applause. A
pretty selection by the orchestra
and a well-rendered song, " While
the dance goes on,'' by Mrs. Marsh
were the concluding items on the
programme. Rev. Mr. Wallace
warmly thanked the ladies and
other friends whp had so kindly
assisted, and also Mr. W. M. Newton, J,P., who presided at the
piano. The National Anthem was
then sung.
No Extension of Time.
The twenty-two men who have
been working on the Cliff, uncLi'
the direction of Col. S. M. Wharton,
are rapidly developing it into a
mine equal to the War Eagle and
Le Roi. Mr. Wharton values it a
great deal higher than he did a
month ago, and if Frank Barnard's
company, which holds what the
Nelson Miner is pleased to call "an
option on the property," lets the
bank close on the first day of Dcr
cember without depositing the payment of $34,000 it will never get a
chance at the Cliff again.
I—i|——ta—WMWai
TERSONAI.S.
Mrs. Clute, wife of Mr. J. S.
Clute, barrister, arrived last Saturday for a permanent residence in
this city.
Mr. T. Hume, who, a few days
ago purchased a lot on Columbia
Avenue, has erected thereon tho
frame of a two storey building.
Mr. Marymont, who with his
family, recently arrived in Rossland, will let the contract to-day
for the erection of a large building
on the Columbia avenue lot which
he has purchased.
A. E. Hum phrey and W. C. Yaw-
key, capitalists, who are owners of
some of the best properties in each
of the three leading camps of Kootenay, arrived in the city and will
visit the Crown Point and Iron
tlorse to-morrow.
Mr. J. S. Clute, sen., Inspector
of Customs at tl,e port of New Westminster, arrived in town last Saturday on his last visit of inspection
this season. He left for Kettle
River this wepk, via Trail.
A. H. Coppen, who has been solicitor and canvasser for the Prospector for the past three months,
leaves to-morrow for Spuzzum, the
next station west of North Bend,
on the C. P. R., where he will take
over the general store business of
L. Howson, who goes east.
Mr. J. A. Mara, M.P. for Kootenay in the Dominion Parliament,
has been visiting Spokane, and in
•tn interview with a Spokesman-
Review reporter said he did not
know what legislation might come
up at the next session of parliament affecting the mining industry
and customs. It was probable the
session would be a short one and
not  much would be accomplished.
Church and Sunday-School.
Presbyterian services will be held
on Sunday as follows: Morning at
11, evening 7.30; Sunday-school 12
noon.    J. E. Wallace, pastor.
Methodist Church.—Morning
service, 11 a. m; Sunday School,
2,30; evening service, 7.30. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenings at
7.8Q.        	
County court at Nelson to-morrow and at Rossland on ihe 25th
instant.
In the case against Thos. Tormie,
the charge of threatening Peter
Costello with a revolver was not
sustained, the magistrate saying
the case ought never to have been
brought before the bench. Costello was ordered to pay all the costs
in connection with the case. Mr.
McLeod appeared for the defence.
The Tramway Company has
opened an oflice two doors east of
Shaw's hotel, and the official in
charge announces that the company is here to build the road. It
is understood that bids for contract
work will be opened Monday.
AVill  Build the Tramway.
The surveys for a tramway between Trail and Rossland have
licen completed and estimates
made. Several well-known contractors have arrived within the
past two clays to bid on the work,
and while it is late to commence
construction this season, it looks
very much as though the contract
will be let.
The Leland puts up an excellent
menu for 25c. *
Wool blankets, quilts and mattresses, at Hunter Bros., K. & Co.
—Adv.
For choice groceries go to Hunter
Bros., K. & Co.—Adv..
At the  Leland all the meals are
the same price— 25c. *
Arrival and Departure of bh at Rossland.
Mails for despatch are closed af this oflice as
follows;
For Spokane—0.30 a.m. daily.
"   Victoria—(i.iio a.m.  Tuesdays,  Thursdays
and Saturdays.
"   Revelstoke and C. P. R. points—7.30 a.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays.
"   Trail—7.30 a.m. '1 uesdays and Fridays.
"   Nelson, via Trail—7.30 a.m. Tuesdays and
Fridays.
"   Nelson, via Northport—0.30 a.m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Mails arriving af this oliice arc due as follows:
From Spokane—0.15 p.m. daily.
" Victoria—0.15 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays.
" Revelstoke—7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
I!   Trail—7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
" Nelson, via Trail—7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and
Fridays.
" Nelson, via Northport—7.15 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Oflice hours 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Sundays 10 a.m.
to 12 noon.
W. Wadds, P.M.
Go to the Leland for a first-class
26c. luncheon. *
WM. It. BEATTY,
UNDERTAKER
flipping Work a Specialty.
Reserve Street, Rossland.
A fine display of lamps at Hunter Bros., K. & Co.—Adv.
Boots and shoes oiled at Charles
Gallion's for 10c. Sign of the red
boot, Reserve street.—Advt.
COWPER-GOLES&JOHNSON,
lining Brokers and Agents,
REAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE.
46 Columbia Avenue,
HUNTER BROS., K. & CO.
HAVE  TIIE
Largest and most complete Stock of General
Merchandise in West Kootenay,
Dry Goods
Hardware
Boots & Shoes
CONSISTING OF
Groceries
Stoves
Hats & Gaps
Furnishing Goods
Crockery
Etc., etc.,
AND EVERYTHING  IN THE  LIST OP
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
HUNTER BROS., E. & CO.
*     *      Rossland, B.C.
Fine Brands s Cigars,
AT
HARTILL & HILL'S.
We are also q,u
MPLOYMENT  AGENCY
Help Furnished Free.
imm si, mi mm si,
All Ready!
The Lunch Counter
AT THE
Mountain View Hotel,
Meals at all hours. Short orders.
Everything in Season that the Market Affords.
Geo. McGaughey.
RAND
*   #
$   #
OTEL.
BOARD   AND   ROOM
$1.00 per day and upwards,
SPOKANE STREET, NEAR COLUMBIA AVE.
A. L. HOUSTON, Prop'r.
Artistic
AT   THE
PROSPECTOR"   OFFICE.
S.  S.   ALBERTA.
Mon., Weil., Sat. I Thursday. I Tues., Fri.
Leave Kaslo for Alnsworth, Pilot liny and Nelson  8a. in I M a.m. 1 ... 7 a.m.
Leave Nelson for I'llot Bay, Alnsworth and Kaslo  8p.m | .... X p,m. | ...6 p.m.
Close connection Is thus made between Lake jiolnts and all Incoming and outgoing;
trains of tho C.P. R, at Nelson. The above schedule ll In effect 16 May 1MI5, subject
to Change. Js. Wauo, Purser. Geo. F, iiaywaho, Master.
SriS, FRASER*GHALMERS,
CHICAGO, 111.,   U. S. A.
niMi * cm«M. wn.Mil.
Makers of Mining
Machinery.
Concentrators,   Stamp Mills,
VANNERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, AIR COMPRESSORS, ENGINES,....
....BOILERS.      MINE SUPPLIES.       PERFORATED   METALrf
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