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The Prospector Aug 18, 1900

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 t e unbuilding  FORT  STJilSLB.  S4.TKRDA1', AUGUST 18, 1BOO.  -.;   THE   PROSPECTOR   C.OH-   *  *;;- .tains all ?Li3Lic :;o-    I  ��   T1CES AND GIVES THE *  *   LATLST TELECRAPH1C *  ���k   AND LOCAL NEWS. ��  **��### ����*&* SH5#** **i>��* #**  No 33.  New Advertisements To-aay.  From Kimberley-.  The development of the Tsorth  Star and Sullivan mines i-s making    hTimberley   an    important  ;   jioint   . The North Star is send-  ,iug down about lui* tons daily to  f,Ke bins jit the .tramway,   about  1   three--fourths -of a  mile   above  '���  sbe town.     About 2~�� tons of ore  ���comes down  from   the  Sullivan  1 aa.i\y and is loaded on  the  . ftt the siding.     The shipim  *>f the Suittrau  will  bo  kir<  -increased when  the compre  is  installed,   which  wilt   be   in  about three weeks,  when i  T>aid .the shipments will be from  Jii> to 75'tons daily.  ���At the North Star a force of  : n.bf>ut seventy men is at present  .employed. A large amount of  ore is'broken down ready for  ���ibipmeut. Some ore is beiiif!  . raken .from a 4fi-foot. shaft started a few weeks ago-  Considerable surface work is  "being done on the property, but  tFfth what result is not known.  The companies owning property in that vicinity are actively  nt woi-li developing.  allotted [tie Windermere  for the exhibition of ore.  Toronto exhibit ion.  The - owners    of    tin  Crown are making arran  to ship ore.  Galena has been uncovered in  lie Diamond C. group on Spring  reek.      As^-iy   returns gave  alue of over *5'0 to. the ton.  Silver  To Visit the St. Eugene.  J. A. I-'ineh, of Spokane, gen  **ral manager of lhe St. Eugene  ���Consolidated; R. H.  Xeill,   con  suiting engineer of the Second  .Relief,   and  Charles Bender of  Wallace, Idaho, were, hi. Nelson  on Sunday last eu route  to  Mo:  .yse..    They are  to  meet   J.   O.  .. Uliiftkstoek. of  Toronto,   and   hi-  IL spect the St. Eu^ -ae. Mr.iilack-  stock. is expected to visit Nelson  during the week.  STRUCK IT BICH.  A  report  from   Perry   creek  received last  night states  that  rich quartz has  been  struck  in  tb& tunnel of the Pearl; claim..  The tunnel has been driven, a  . 'distance of 44").feet." We learn  that.it runs through a porphyry  dyke some SO feet, which' pans  ��old. The quartf. was- struck  Wednesday night,' considerable  free gold is visible in the quarts;.  The Pearl is one of six claims  owned by -the Kootenay Perry  ���Creek Gold Mining Co. The  insaiu tunnel on the Pearl was  run  to., intersect   the  Pearl and  [ iiuby vein. This vein on the  surface is some till feet in width,  [and carries high values in gold.  Three shiftsare working on  (.rlii* vein,  a cross drift will  be  i to determine, its width.  It  Exporting Plnrer Ground.  ���ry Greek  itarokl of  slooking over tin- l'i  I [ilncer ground* ill I III'  |jiH_KiiKlish ^.vmriciti...  To ffi*in.i-i tlm Dibble -:  . I-;. Nelson Kill I of Nelson.   iu<.  tvi'd iii town on \Veilii(}K(tay,iiud  Mlflfi the same, day   In  company  Tjivith .luck Olson for  the   Dibble'  is  learned  that   Mr.  fcj'V'll will thoroughly inspect the  | property, and should Ids  report  fj-*i�� favorable extensive work will  unnencud at. once,     As  is  n, there is rich  ore  In ihe  i nibble, in fact some of tlip rich-  [��� taken out in the dis-  |-Arid.. ��� mid   'I-   will   occasion no  surprise if work is again resum-  |^I on the properly.  Outcropping?.  The new hotel- at  Canterbury  pits opav>n;l lo the puhlic.a few  (days ago.  Many. prospectors, are   claim  j^Hior.. They should develop rrioro  %mA slake less;.  r "Thirty feet, of spuce has been  THE GREAT OUTPUT.  St. Eugene, Worth Star and SuUivnn  Paily Shippers.  The ptoady output, of silvi  lead ore from the mines of Moy  and in the vicinity of Kimberley  is now beginning to attract the  attention of .the mining world,  and it is safe to.assume.thai, before winter sets in there will be  more attention given to East  Kootenay than-at any time since  the early gold excitement. Last  month the St. Eugene Consolidated was the second largest producer of silver-lead ore on the  American Continent. When  production from a mine so little  Itnown among mining" men,  reaches such proportions mine  investors naturally inquire  where is East Kootenay if there  are properties developed sufficiently to produce such an  amount of ore why there must  be others equally productive,  the result is that- mining men  will visit the country to see what  there is here.  At the North. Star Mine 100  tons of ore is going out- daily as  steadily as clockwork, while the  Sullivan is sending out 25 tons,  which amount will shortly be  increased to fiO or 75 tons. The  production of the North Star  could be easily doubled.  All of these figures are significant and are the best advertisement a country can receive: It  is an object lesson which attracts  investors and  makes a country  known-   -  ���  - :  Mining Motea.  Considerable development is  going on in the vicinity of Tracy  creek and several claims are  showing up well.  The Carbonate'. group at the  head of Sheep creek is improy-"  ing with development. .  The Estella is now showing:up  foiir feel of ?olid ore in the bottom of the eighty foot shaft.  The property never appeared  better, than at present.        .  Work on the Big Chief has  been suspended until the diamond drill plant has been installed.  .  The official reports show a  constant increase in the mineral  production of 1 He -district, and  it won't be hut a.short time before we shall lie purniiUed lo enjoy the proud l.illoof heiiig the  largest   mineral; producing dis-  ll is reported ihut six. I'oei." of  solid galena has boeii oiieuuii-  :l in Urn Aurora mine on Mo-  yfeluki' opposite Moyio,  (-!, Hi Wolf of ihu Sitlllviui  mini"' wont, up lo |lie property un  Tuesday lust. '_.".  , Martin nnd .Trilby.  The assessment work which  has boon done on the Martin iiud  Trilby on Luke crook is showing  the property up bettor than ever  the vein seems to bo widening.  The dru carries a. goodly percentage of gray cooper. ,1. Keith  Ituid who. has a bond,; on the  slaiuis visited thorn on Tliui's-  :lay and expressed hlmsnlf. as  ploasod with the appearance' of  the' properly. ��� Mr. Weld pro-  nouncoa the vein a llssuro iu-  sieftd of a"(iontnet, ti�� has boon  gtmonilly bolioved.  CHINA SITUATION.  Landing of British Troops Stopped  at Shajig-lifti.    Otlier Powers  Object.���Chinese Won't  Stand and Fight.  London. Aug. 17.���^*o definite  word has been received that the  international forces have, reach  ed Pekin, but in closely following the progress of the army, i!  would.appear that uuiess unexpected opposition.was met with  at the gates of the city, the h-  gatioim.hav^ already be<;�� rescued. This i�� the conr-ensus ot  opinion.in London.  The landing ol British troops  at Shanghai has stopped. Lon  don merchants urgu the British  govern mu tit to continue on but  the other powers object- A  withdrawal may induce tlie Chi  nese to enter the city.  Li Hung Chang's latest urmis-  tiee has been refused by the  United States.  London. Aug. lb'.���=A news  agency dispatch from the seat of  war reviews as follows: "'At  the Front, Aug. !I. via Chee  Fqo, Aug. 14.���The Chinese retreat continues. They will not  make a stand. We are only  twenty miles from Pekin,'1  Crow's Nest Coal.  A. J. Hopkins representing  W. A. Ward, shipping, eomrnis-  and insurance agents of  "Victoria, was in town on Monday and Tuesday last. Mr. Hopkins says the house he represents recently sold 13 car loads of  Crows Nest coal to the. Imperial government, for use on'.H..  M. S. Lea-tider. and it is pro-,  nounced-eqtia! if not-superior to  the Welsh coal.  COLUMBIA IN FLAMES.  is Feared that the Entire Town  Will be Wiped Out.  Grand Forks, B. 0., Atig. 15���  A big lire is raging in.Columbia.  It started, in Escalates' hotel  which was soon reduced to.ashes  and spread to the Model. Livery  barn and a blacksmith shop. At  this writing the Presbyterian  Church and several other build  ings are ablaze. A strong wind  is prevailing, and the fear is expressed that the town, may be  wiped out. The- town has no  water, supply, but a., bucket  brigade has been organized.  Dynamite has been utilized in  blowing: up. buildings. Grand  Forks sent assistance, but the  steam fire engine was retained  here for eventualities., The  origin of the tire is unknown.  C. P. B. Declnres Dividends.  At a mooting of the board of  jlredtors of the-C. [��. K,, held  ju the 13th iiist., a dividend of  two per cent on the preference  iluck and two and n half per  :tmt on the .common Mtock for  the Imlf year .which.unded.on  liiuoiliuli last was declared, payable on the I,si of Ocloher,  Aiiiovk-im Subscription to the War  - Loan- :"  Tim Mialisi applauds thi) Bank  jf Kugiunti for tinully taking  ntiiimu'es Unit ought lo have  been taken months ago to prevent the depletion of-.ihu gold  rve, and warns il lo 1  adequate means to prevent the  gold returning to lhe United  Slates in lhe iiiiluniu, when ihe  balance will be largely in favor  )f the United Stales.     It say*:  "Sir Michael Hiek.s-Boncli is  lot distinguishing himself "as a  loiTower. In Hie spring he declined an oiler of ten millions  Hturiing from Hie United States.  Now lie" has seen, his iiiistalca  and has availed himself of Ameri  cmi application."  The largo Aniorlimn snbserip  tion is the iirst Mgnal proof ye  vouchsafed that >'ew York ha;  become.a great international in  vestment market. New. York  had previously loaned to Canada  and Russia, but this is the first  time when it has taken the leading part in mi issue by a European government of the very  highest credit.  SOUTH   AFRICAN   WAR   NEWS.  ESTIMATES ABE DOWN.  South  East Kooteiinj"  Get   $15,600  For Roads. Trails and Bridges.  Victoria. Aug. Hi.���The estimates brought down on Tuesday August 14, show the proposed expenditure of nearly two  and a quarter million, against a  llionahalf last year. Over  *4ou,0i)0 is appropriated . for  roads, trails and bridges. . The  Kootenays got about  one  third.  The appropriation  for South  East Kootenay, roads, trails and  bridges SI"). WO, works and build-  ,-   ��-.000.  making a total   of  ",:>0i> as   against   $!!,r.00   last  year.  Nelson' riding gets sil^i'iov.  Bossland gets about fcS.UiAi. No  large grants appear to be intended anywhere.  Salaries of government officers  nd school teachers will be restored to their former level before the reductions of'the Cotton  Martin days. The grants to  hospitals are likewise increased,  by nearlyone half.  Ten thousand dollars has been  appropriated    for   the   Loudon  The grant to county court  judges for sitting as Stipendiary  Magistrates is to be restored and  arrears to the old rate paid since  the reduction was made.    .  In the. Provincial House. .  Victoria, Aug. 14.���Mr. Curtis offered several amendments  to railway charters restricting  the bond issue to the road providing for purchase by the Gov-,  it at tlie end of ten years.  They were not accepted by the  House.  John Houston appeared in the  Legislature yesterday afternoon.  The resolution of Mr. Hay-  ward in regard to the irregularities in tlie naturalization of  thousands of Japanese fishermen  ���occupied the house for some  time and a recommendation was  passed urging, an amendment  that the would-be citizens should  :ippear in open court before a  judge for formalities.  Sir Wilfrid at New Glasgow.  New Glasgow, X. S., Aug. 11.  -Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier was  tendered a reception here Sainr-  afteruoou,     In  a   lengthy  speech be referred to  whal'liad  boon done by.ihu Liberal   parly  'nice its election   to.the  i-pigns  f goveniuieni, dwelling  purtie-  larly on lhe settlement   of-the  Manitoba   school  .question,, the  ���tide question and thu'war.     In  mi-hrtiion   he   staled   that   the  general oleclloiisiiHist   lie held  within Lhe mwt twelvemonths,  London. Aug. 17.���All lhe  British Generals are hot aftei  Dewett. but it is reported hi.-  forces has joined Deiariy. An  other rumor states that ex-Pros-  idoiit Steyn has died of hh  wounds while trying to reach  Krtiger. The' latter desi  peace, but his lighting coniui  da.nts desire to prolong  conflict.  Telegraph Brevities.  .  ..���ci��I III t��b !*��i.��mb.; iv��.  New   York.   Aug.   17.��� Many  ore race riots developed here  last night.  Chicago. Aug.   17.--Six- lives  ere lost by an explosion of na-  iral gas in a business house.  Canada won the grand prize  for secondary .education at the  Paris Exposition.  A colliery . at Dubois, Pa.,  caught on'tire, and sixty miners  were saved by heroicjjefforts.  The Soo canal traffic is  blocdt-  l by the sinking of the barge  Meida in the St. Marys river  channel.  A pleasure launch capsized in  Alexandria and caused;: six persons to jump overboard to save  their lives.  Fifty, persons were injured  and forty arrests J made during  the race riot in New York on  Wednesday night.  -  A youth has been 'arrested;? at  Leipsic, who confessed that be  had been appointed to-kill =the  King of Saxony.  Mercantile Company's Now Store.  Inside of thirty days the Fort  Steele Mercantile Company will  open up in Kimberley with a full  lint? of genera! merchandise.  The company have had this in  contemplation for some time but  only recently decided to start the  ��� tore. Manag--r Fink will prob-  ibly take eharge until the business is Well under w;lv.  Spokane in One Day.  A daily.train-service has  inaugurated on the Kooti  Valley road. One train  way will he run between  iter's Ferry and Kuskanook.  connections an; made with  Crows jJest roadit will ei;  iungers to reach Spokan  one day from Port Sl'.'eie. w  11 be a   great   saving   in  and money. .  Read the Toronto World.  The Toronto World's daily  financial articles and grain and  live stock reports are accurate  and full, and are.looked for by  ���youe interested in them.  The World is published every  day in the year and devotes its  energy to getting but a-first-  s morning paper.  THE WAR OVER.  Sam Hughes Tells How It Happened.  Toronto, Aug. 13.���Col. Sam  Hughes has written Captain  Williamson,, of ;.Lindsay, .the  most" recent letter from South  Africa. It reads as follows:  Weil, the show is over. . With  Captain Mackie and 17 men I  have just concluded the surrender of Gen, Devilliers and all  his corps of about :-j0(i men and  fifteen great ten. team ox wagons  nine carts, tons of ammunition  iiid thousands of animals. .Terms  are signed. Thus the war is  over except in remote corners of  the Transvaal and the. Orange  Hiver Colony."  Annual Shoot.  Next Saturday   has  been  de-.  cidedon as the; day  for  the annual shoot  of   ihe   Nelson   Gun  Clnb. :        -    :       . - '   -  ;     .   .  The Columbia Fire.  Grand For Irs, Aug. 17.��� The  timely use of dynamite prevented tlie town of Columbia from  being wiped   oat.   - The   less   is  itir-^ted at &J5,<liin.  Rush Ordflr for Ammunition.  New York. Aug. Ift.���A special dispatch tn-liie Tribune from  Norfolk, Vii;. says: "Whni is  regarded as one of the nmsl important orders received at the  Norfolk navy yard since tlie'  close of the Spanish war was  one tot lay dimming the sumliiig  itl.onei; hi Ugdon, Utah, of seven  carloads of shells, powder and  project ihis.. It is reported tluil  thu'auiniiiiiilion is lo be forwarded to Ihe.American wnrshipis: in  Chinese.wo-tors, The run across  ihii-coiiiiiioiit niuat bi> uuulo in  von days, which is considered  cord breaking lime for u  freight train."    .  A.Runaway. . .  OnSaturday last the loaded outfit of '"Dad" Sprague ran away  doing no special damage. - They  e standing in front-of Oarlio  & Durick's and taking fright at  something ran furiously up main  street, and did not" stop until  they were four miles on their  to Tracy,, and would not  stop then but outj of the horses  . .The freight was uninjured  but the harness was somewhat  disorganized. When the team  was running up. Hie streel "niiil"  emueouinf the store ami looking lit them said; - "There gue>  four barrels of'beet* and other  ��� hings". -.'All's well ihut end*  welt".- The teum was brought  buck to town, and "Dad" wont,  on his way rejoicing.  Shipment of Gold,  New .York, Aug. 1.".,��� The'  inrgesl consignment of gold.bullion ever exported from this city  in n single day will be shipped  by the steamers Teutonic audiSi.  I'aul tomorrow. The shipments  will be as follows: Hnring. Ma-  ginin A Co. ST.itll'J.iiiln; |leidc-|  'Buoh, Iclodheiimu* ,V\,Co , $-.00,-  iHiu.    Total, *s,iiii.',(if>0.  DinRuetod With Kmeror.  Capetown,     Aug,     la,���Com--  uiaudaid IVinsloof who surrond  er.ed to (ii'iiernl [Junior on  .Inly  i!'i has arrived here. He says he  is heartly tired of the war and  welcomes the prospect of peace.  The commandant adds that the  majority of the Boors are "disgusted with President -Kruger".  been  en ay  Envoys Safe With the Army.  New York: Aug. .17.. -The International forces reached Pekin  Monday. , It is beiioved that  the army forced an entrance into  the city, and I hat the envoys and  their friends are how- safe- with  the army.  The Star Group.  Xo - word -has been received ,  front the Star Group for the past  few.days. This promises to be  a great property. J. V Kesler.  who has ihe management, is not  apt to make statements which  cannot'h�� vori tied, ami'he is o:'  the opinion thut with further development the-.Stur group will  be one of the big mines of "East  Kootenay.  MINERAL DEVELOPMENT.  Large Producers of Silver, Lead.  Gapper nod Gold.  The development, of the'Xorth  Slur mid Sullivan mines is creating iidouiand -foi- mining- property all ov.-r ihe district. Mining investors Justly i-mison ihut  If then- |��� oue good, proporiy,  there miiM ho. ni|i(.rN the result  is that iiutidries are being t'ocoiv-  d'Alei  I'd  its lirsi   s  iltlia  ii.it.  ��� with  Hi., li,,',,,  IT  fill,  Hi ml  .i-llill  uii.l Sullivi  li.nv   |in.l...  kit  'I'm.  'I'll  It-lit  .lixiiii*.. mil  -K  i ilu  1 ,.,,iiii  irj.  Til., mini  I'.l  .nil V  ill |ii  ..Ial.lv  1... l.l.lt.lll.M  il  i|...  K.irl  Sl���,.|t,  ilUn-ii'l.  Hi... luii��.|.  Ml  ol Hi  swill  Sniill  mill In  Knsl  k-|M.I,..||n,y  .iriii... iiisi  in 1  mill.  . Hi,-  liii'j.-'.*  mim.s  1   pi-.,-  iililiiT  il, 111,. ,.,���..,  in ���.  l.nM    ill.  ml  111,.  Si,  .iiKtmi..  ; ..I u.  amount ot ore than lite combined mines of IlieSiiM.-uu. This is  a wonderful showing for practi  cully a new country. I'arry  u-eek and Wild Horse are rapid-  y coining to the front wiihtheir  gold products. South, blast  u.eiiHy is al! right."- THR  :'K<^"F/T<��R, FORT STEEL... i.   t'..   Ai'<;i\-,T  Is   l ���. i n >  @Jj�� ijjfVO&pZCtXfV.  SATURDAY. At;<J 1\ST i-., i'iUO.  &  ^Resources     and     Improvements    in  China.  China is  essentially  an   agricultural country.      Horticulture  is a  favorite  pursuit  and  fruit  trees are grown in great variety.  .Sweet barley,  ma'i/.e  and   millet  n,nd other cereals, with peas and  ;      .beans, are chiefly  cultivated  in  -      lilio north, and rici-: in the south.  !      jSugar. indigo and cottonare cultivated in iho  southern   provinces, and u]-)ium is a crop of  considerable   importance.       Tea   is  ;i-     ��:iuitivated in the west and south.  i      Tlie cultuiv'of   v.lk   is   equal   in;  ;mporlancc to, that of ti\i.      The  I      mulberry     tree    grows    every-  |      whore.    There are  cotton   mills  !     At, Shanghai and  silk   i.-.  wound  ��� '  from cocoons in .Shanghai.   Can  f.on and el.vnvhore.     .All  of   the j  eighteen provinces contain  coal  stud. China may be regarded as  i    , one of the tirst coal countries  in  ihu .world. Iron .ore ,is abund-  l " flut, and copper is plentiful in  | certain districts. The commer-  ,,      lifial intercourse of China is quite  considerable, trade being carried  j      on with the   principal  countries  &   ,of the world, including the Unit-  /      ed Kingdom, Germany.   Prance.  Russia and 'iho' United Status.  '. 'Tijo great source of revenue for  ',    "the  provinces .is   the   duty   on  jjroods coming overland from the  r     .sidjaceiit provinces.  : Until February, 1SDS.   no  for-  ��� ' signer could travel in the empire  < except' at certain designated  / iioiiits, usually the treaty ports,  |  ^   but since that time all foreigners  -ivho have passports, may visit  siny parl'of the empire on pleas-  " uro or business. The roads in  ���China arc rioor and only a few  -are paved, and for this reason  .the greater part, of the  trade  is  , carried"on by moans of numcr-  .oiLs canals and other waterways,  ihe country is .irrigated by great  ���j-'Ivors, and intersected by iv system of cah'ala which is more than  ��� iSi'x hundred years old., ��� The canals are badly managed and are  In a state of decav.  '  ,  'i *���  Less than five  hundred' miles  of raihvay^have been  consliatcl-  i_��d in China, but a  very  compli-  _i=^jCjiLed-system bus been projected,  s.    .-and     Government    concessions  '   ,have been .given for the purpose.  ,;Et is likely that as  soon  as  the  t   - present trouble in  China  is  ad-  -ju?tod. that this country will   be  ���lhe scene of  great  activity  in  .railway building.     In  all,   concessions  have   been   given   for  T.rVOO   miles   of  railway.     This  -iviil   include    connections   with  -rhe  Chinese   Eastern   Railway,  the railway   to  Shanghai,   Hankow, Canton and Mandalay.    As  ,tho country is'3,500   miles  long  Xrom north to south,   possessing  v   :H, varied climate, productive soil,  juid gi-eal   natural   resources,   if  ���will be seen that there is a   vast  iield    for   enterprise    in    railway   building,    and     European  iL-ountries and the United  Slates  jiiro only (desirous  of   seeing   a  stable and friendly  government  established before they begin  to  invest, their capital in   vast  railway  enterprises   which   cannot  '.but prove to bo profitable invest-  jmculs.   ,  All the principal cities   in   the  .Empire have telegraph   service.  ^Vii arrangement was made  with  ii.he  Russian   telegraph  authorities in 18! 1:2 by which   communi-  .calion was established   between  i^ekin and Europe.    The appar  situs and methods   used   in   telegraphing in  China are  of   the  'most primitive description.   The  (Chinese  have  no  alphabet, but  .each word has a  sign,   in   order  ���. to telegraph them,"each;sigh has  : .���-��<> be numbered, and "the number  . -is sent, by wire. '  The  receiving  clerk  refers  to  his   tables  and  translates the numbers into Chi-  atese signs..'  The tables resemble  ,.T)garithm. tables,; the  signs  being printed in  vertical  columns  /and each,column  containing   20  signs, and as there are  ten  col-  , arans there are 200 signs  to  the  ' wage.    There are 49 pages to the  complete    book,    .consequently  there an1 il.KJi numbered signs.  Each .-qiuire contains a sk?u for  a word. The .sender ;mi>' write  his letter in Chinese on a blank-  form: this is then con verted into  numbers, and they are telegraphed.  The average length of the  words is four letters, but the  words frequently run to ten or  twelve letters.  The postal system of tlie Empire is still ina primitive condition. It is carried on ur.der the  direction of tlie Minis', or id' \Y1Tr7"  by means of post carts and run-  ner.->. There are .V'1"1 unices for  po.-'t carls in the eighteen provinces, and there are 2.H-1') office.-,  till output of copper in the province.  !,  'jeell  'unterinl  >f  for runner.-,  scattered   uv<-r   tin  empire      Th"i-e .-ire  private ]. .v.al c ouri"! .-  ing {.lie winter  the   fo  turns office  maintains  There n  ��� Tease, in the amount ol -.nver  produced in BriiUh Columbia,  owing lo tin- fact that the lament producing mines have been  shut down since June or July on  account of labor troubles as stated above. The total silver production foi- the year amounted to  -M'.MjAl'.i ounces, valued at ��1,-  IKi.'i.rO'-f. a decrease from the production ui l-',b- of i.^J-">7".'>Ii>- ounces fine silver and of value��712.-  'in.  The Biggest Silver-lead Camp  In the "World.  The tola I lead  p-iduetion   for  H'i)    u'.iiounied , i<>    2i.-'i2.. I'MS  pounils,   valued   ;it   ��1"'7i-\v>7<'>.   as  auaiiirtt ">l.i"'!i;J.5o!l pounds, -valu-  al.-.o   many jimI at :?l.(��77.."^l. fur  1->'.>-.   a   de-  t.. and dur-|rie,i.se  <d'   ii.^Jl.lL'o    noiuid>   of  iign   ens-1 li-iid'aml of "]'-i"--.711 in value.  a   service!    fcome 2.'>'("   tons  of   ii-en   ore  between Pehin and lhe oulpost.-  ---Scieutnic American.  WILL   BE    FROZE    OUT.  W.YA if, ��  w:i,-. miiievt in   "J;<-   ])i,o\,inci.-   i;i->t ]  yoiifr--near    Kumloop.-*    and   on |  To'xoda isiand���wiiicli \va-   ;oeil|  ! for Huxiny jsurpo-^e.-, by ihu sine.!- '  In   Cabc:   of War There  Will  ha  no  cr-  M-eutuil Country for Chinese j  Consuls. ,        !  The following table show.-, the  .total i)rodiicti(��ti of al! the mines  The   Chinese rconsul,    Tchow ;(,f jjVflia.li   Columbia   up  to   and  r.se Chi,.iire still holding forth at;;.lcilHiini,- i-',i;;:  /Value.  ..���?ui.;m.'i.710  . ] i.;jin.(ji)��j  .    4', 02:-.. lui'.)  .     2.7-I7.2SM  4i,;:!n;.;;s7  , the consulate'in thiscity. but the 13    -,  , 1     ��� rn "| 1   lOdUCla  consular   advices   ciue   J nesday  r, , ,      ,        ,  did not arrive' and are not expected now. ' Mr. TchoV wvys  in an interview:  , -'Wo want 10 stay and do 'our  duty, but in case of- war. diplomatic and consular officials leave  their offices to go to a neutral'  country or return.home. There'  is no neutral country to which j  we can go. for the' whole world  is against China. 1 cannot return 'to' Pekin. and will not.  There are 2,">.u00 Chinese in my  general charse.      What is going  . 1  Uold. lode     r  iSilver. .���   Lund   Copper  ....':.-   Coal and coke"  'Building stone, brick  eic    ':   ....  Other metals   A. Pay" Roil S15,000 a MotitH  Total..  ..     1,71 i')(0iii'  :-!2.!)fi0  .^1 origin, 47)9  to becqrae of the consular business, the volume, of which is  great? There is no other government's consulate to which to  entrust it.     Then since it is an- preventive for baggy irou*ers  Concerning an American  scientist who has discovered  another comet, the Hobcaygen  Independent critically remarks  that he would be' rendering a  great service tosuiVerina- hitiTiiui-  itv  bv  discovering  a ' scionlifio  Xiarent [ should .slay here and  maintain my staff and ol'ficos,aTKt  since thai is very costly, how  am 1 to do il, without a government? T can neither stay nor go,  awafy. There is the satisfaction,  however, of "knowing that fit3*  colleagues at Chicago'. San Pran-  cisco and.Y'incouver are in 'the  same predicament. Minister Wif  Ting Fang is in no position to  oiler me aid. for he may soon be  in as bad a state as I aih." '  Mining' in British Columbia.  The   following   from    "Brad  street's" has a peculiar  interest  for every resident of'British Columbia..! and rwill  be  read1 with  much satisfaction, from such an  authority it has an"added  value:  "Official  statistics  show  that  the total mineral  output   bf  the  province of British Columbia for  the year 1S90 amounted to  $12,-  3SU!,131,   as   against  ��10;090,861  for 189H, an increase  of  81,480,-  270, or 13 2-U per conl. This would  have    been, largely    increased  but for the shutting down of several mines, owing to-the passage  of a law prohibiting miners from  working over eight hours.    The  coal mines of the  province  during' 1H99   turned   out   I.:J00.;J2-I  tons of coal and   34,201   tons  of  coke,  an  increase over   1S9N of  I79,4n5l tons of coal   and   a   decrease of 700 tons of coke.     The  total value of  coal   produced  in  the   province   during   1S5I5I  was  $3,918,972.      The   gold   production   for    lQi)9,    including    both  placer and  lode  gold   amounted  to *4,202,47;i.    The yield of placer    gold   was   $1,341,90(1.    over  double that of  1S98.   when the  yield was $043,340.      The   large  increase was due to   the  discov  cries in the  Atlin  lake  district,  which   yielded $800,000 in gold..  The    output   of   gold   obtained  from  lode  mining  in   1899  was'  $2,807,073,    au     increase    over  185)8 of  $000,300/     The  amount  of copper produced in the  province during  1899  was   7,722,091  pounds, an increase over 1898. of  only six per cent.     As  yet the  copper mining districts are practically  limited  to   three���Koss-  land, Nelson and. the west' coast  of  Vancouver  island.   Rossland  produces 70 per cent  of  the to-.  Somewhat Mixed.  ' "Well, sir, -there's no u��e of  talking, they do have all sort.-i  oi' funny "things in Kingston.  The Times there says a grocer  got an order fro'ni a customer  which read as follows: ' ���'Send  me'a sack of Hour. '0 lbs. cole and.  1 lb. of tee.',. My wife gave birth  lO'H large baby, girl last night,  also five lbs. starch and a fly-'  trap. Tt wroighed ten lb*, and  a straw hat."���Belleville Intel-'  lisroncer.  Railway Terminus of the  North Star Branch.      ��  ���L ,f ' 1 ' ��  1S5 'Tons of Ore "Shipped Daily  OlC��  Apply to''  JL  kpJL a/O  BEALE  Fort  ELWELL.';."  e ?and Kimberley,'  :,     Sole] Representatives.  A New York news it en1 slates  that a prominent lady of' that  city kneads dough with her gloves  on. There is nothing remarkable about that. We need dough  with our boots on. and need it  with"our pants on: and if some  of the many indebted to this' office do not call in soon and settle  we will need dough with neither  pants or boots on.���Ex.  "By actual measurement during the' past six months the  Port Steele Prospector has built  9.4^0.0 miles of'railway. Might y  is Brother Grace and his pen."���  A'loyie Leader.  "That's right. Brother Smylhe.  If you want railroads built, come  to Kort Steele. The railroad  foundry is now in full' operation  and we are now prepared to turn  them 'out to order: wc also have  a \vull equipped corps of surveyors always on tap, ready at a  moments notice to take the field.  Over here in h'ort Steele we  build railroads for amusement,  and when we have nothing else  to do we .project a new line and  build it too. We are well aware  that during the past three years  we have wasted a lot of ozone iu  'building railroads, but then you  know constant dripping wears  away the hardest stone, and we  expect and know that .the officials  of: the great transcontinental  system, cannot long, remain in  ignorance of the great, activity  in railroad,building in this section. ' '  ;";�����** ?=��?},���* .4!KJSf=��,!f%-:?>��-?! *JS!*-JS!J?%5fe *-:Jr-'}iat s-i-r'SSrJKJSt'Jt  IS I'L'lU.ISIIKD KVJ'JRV SATUHDAY, ANIMTAS A  GUAKANTTkJCl) UIUCLTI.ATIOX I.AItOKIl' T1IAX  AXV OTI1KK P.Yi'Kl: IN' KAST KOOTKXAV IT IS  ALL 1IO.UK I'UINTKU. AN"D CONTAINS UOUIiLK  Till-: AMOUNT OF NKWS Ol-' AXV I'APHK IN 'L'HK  DlsTIOCT.  ���4-  ^<Is    An   Advertising   ���Afediuin   It   Is  Unexcelled.  '  /  o  BL^DED HARD WHEAT ���  CALGARY FLOUR  -r&S-i  rrS-&6-&S-e-��-S-^&S-r&��-*.  '>"   TIIK PlfOSimCTOK LOVKUS A m.^TltlC'l'  U/ ' LAHOICU T1IAX SOM10 l'.Ml-'IHl-IS. AN'I) HAS A   1*  ^J    LA1IOK I.'OHKltlX f'tHCL'LA'I'ION. Ip  ����/ 1>  ���*3��-S3-3-33T!-S-3S-3-52-3-5-3-S3��-32-53-S-33-i#f  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One!     The Result Will Be To .  Your Interest.  JOB PRINTING- OF ALL 'KINDS NEATLY AND, PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.    : '    , - " '''.'"'���  m  ml'  il" PROSPECTOR.: FORT STEELE, 13. C."
1ST 1 :;i, TOOO;
.' THE PROSPECTOR,,,is piiblishcri
every Saturday, and lias a giiamntcc-ii
circulation linger than any <>tiicr( pjipci.
in East Kooton.-iy.' It is all home I'limeii
.and■ conraiiis doiihlc,'tlie:;i!C\y.s of any
other;paper,iii 'the district. ,
.VI r.
:<n   the
staTement, correct, it   if-
a,reflection ,on. t he business sat
ify of.'the. niine  ir
ate   supposed'  to ; have   studied   ^
'.rs   wl
the conditions and are  shipping
to the cheaper■•and. best market.
*:.*fi fj^-.mJrfc.l
Headauarters  for   Blxnlne;   SLnd   Commercial  Men
tncdii:.n 'it 'is tin-
As an ''-.advertising
excelled. ■
.'Sevo'ted,to tlie,upbui]Uing of Fort .Steele/ the'
development of the rast,..mineral resources' of
jiie East Kootenay mining district., /;';:
Subscriptions,, ........ .-."■. ■.......f. iMHi,' per your
Advertising rates;; made.. i-'tioWn'on application.
Contributions';! re .solicited from all pa rts of the
district, but all,matter intended for publication
. susthave tiie writer/.?'signature.
i. TjK: a-,.i ';>:• aiivei-'
'.'.tic'v ol ■'/; 'lixaudt'i-'
fcCo.. Suite P.. Kii-i Katie, /l l.}i!Ulf::.-.i!Iilinir.'
Spolr.'ine,-'VVi!sli.; «-j;..;l-'e i-o:/ -:icin c:i!  :   \'i::i<li
.for it.-,,,,   .,;•".   ,;. ■-.--. .■';'■«•.■..■.    '.: ■■   '.';■: '
;'.Thi<r'1P'*P'pt»   ''■'  'lc';"P1''   °'>   f'v   aiiE.   ,('.'.
"Ak'"'."Bc.v.. til ,tiinl-_iii'> 3ii::ci:ari;,s. :,!".xvh;i;!vv. >:;-.:
J.-ranc'isco.r:iliforni;i, .\vhcri: t:(iiur:u'.t.s for :ut-
"   -.'ertl'.siii!,'L-iiii !.<■ njiuie for it. :   '   :'".■..; .,   .-. -
Thi«J    Pa'f-,pr\I->K-...i)t onllh'iit  the A, Mc'-:
.Vetisinjr . (Aj.'ft.cy..'.iloiiircal,   VvU.-n: Vouii'iic't!-
... ;jfpradviVHi'Sir.i.'" Oii.n.be.i!iai7i-'f6r it.;" ■'
v'TJiiis, :Pa lei*
.,,.-$tore.. Si>o.ifnh: ■ >/V'I?h.
.,-ir sa/-
.ham J
J-   W,
,>  hiiili
Allies!..-.'Will'/Beach.. Pekin in   Seven
Days. -Russians Fire on
■ .'•'. v.'.-•■'. ■,'.,'.     Americans.,,.'.',
Lond6ii.A'ug.f;;.—-As t he Allies
.were;;to rest three /days,..at Yang
Tsun it/is/supposed'.that, a;further advance was 'begun oh August- '10, but ■ no"' .word ,'has come
llirou;.' h Srdrji. ifY«.'n'g'-,;T.snr. since
August "'.'b,.'. when,the : Japanese"
coirnna'eder hi■d ■ message''-.to'. To-,,
..   ■ ■ ■■.'■■■. •'■' ■   ,.■ t
kio uhder;that date/ 'said' 20,0(;0
Ghitiesc ;-wei"^,' 'eanirbn1;hig:T; the;
Allies.,;'■., ■.,;";, ■!'/';/"'•.. '../■/ --V"/■ ,./.:
The;. Janaiiese.;.'losses/ a •!'■'■ ;Pei:
Tsu.ng,', August '■i"ith,;;'wevij TJpb
rbjeb/und/ .wounded.:'.-.'.V.^'ircf- Ohi-
iv;;-f:'.left I'tK'i dead   and ."wounded
'OX-' th'e/Seld! !; The tiiain object o{
the- L'hiiiBS..!Vvilip.ibiu^C'yv
"'■ ■        "" ' "■'  '       "■' ' ■' jug'■livyde'.'iii. l!ioiiuon,:a;atl.!af ■■ the')
con titie"iital''capita'l,s., -Is" to', .itidtic©,-.
thei'fo wars io'Si'-fspeddst lie inarch ,
of tlte relief ex'pedi:t1p't.i.::'; -;rf-.;;■'-'P;..■
"-. ;Aiifr.explanatio'n'ias,to why'sbirie'
of ilKi^eklti, cipher, messages', are
BATUKDAV, .Ai;ti,L:ftT-iS.UiiiH'...
.-.'.■-,'* ; .l....douhi'; lw-:;! the';-beg'-irmii'iii''.
. .-of -au^era'^ of; "prosperity'in,; .the;;
^Fdi-t Steele;distriet-;'Herei^
',T '■■ j ' , ', ^!'UJ':
ts. :..-"
f:1-:;,^v ■-;]
"  'Vi-';',-''-r
;=•;!;.; ./.ol^transpp'rUitioh;';^
!;'." ;,;the7distri^t;,iuid
'&' .;!i^,i'ng.'ahle7'Orvsl,.6w ^and^'^prtM^e'chy
'■■■; ■'JJfQAV/Vitli 1; the ,adveht^of nt.he
1 ■;.-;.! .£ Grow^s ;Nest:- b'raneh. '■; the ::;Npr tli-
v!v'!; ;:*tar::braiichV:nVa'ny.!thbufea!hds of
;,;..!;' tonsToff rich/:6re:;;;iaref';;shipped;;
:'^:!v-'.jMoathly:fi«-Ihe/lsbrth;Star ship,;
/.",;■ SupIng/lUOrtQiiS:daily.-;; ;^h;e;»Sulli-!
fi^fi'.': 'Van^\ about S-t .hirty;/;'toiiS:-:°daily,'
';^fi-fi»iid:,tlVe;.'S,t/.iEugen^^he;:;• seeoffd;
'; i;; ;.'iarge;si/shipp,ing ;;;;mine;.;div;!;tlie
jf-::fi no-dbubtgaS; tO^tlie/futureVof ^ohe,
:f .;|:;r'^isti:ic't.^:!-I t"i s!.', safe P.tb-■ ;'say 'f'tthap
;' tiji' ;.3i»nv'fche Jcori' tinen U"'; :^fifii'.p^fifi>fi:fifi'''
;.?;;? ■;...,.! .;;.; !■. ■,;';;'■;■'.■;;;■■- y&Z.v ;■*-.. 'l"&i.-> *.;"''"^i.v; :v!;'-.:.v ■-':-;"■'■'
:.-;'' ■■■-■!■ '■■•;' v-.'■ •/•'■ .-':,i .'■■.'■:;- -■' ■v.-;"<.cs'/-;-: j.-.,-,.,.v,-v.;,. V;;.-'--;,-",-':.; :-.'.r
»;';|;;Sa'D;"retigii't reports^rojh^a^.lJ. oyer;
;;v^;i;*;; 111 c- cl i|i!ric;t/^:i htl ica.t,e;iti;it];)icl i;}3Tp7
fi.:;;!;;; ■i'ng.;:iiitl.ii'str y^bf! the! IJprt'j'Steele
'"VdlsfriCtMir tire;front,;raiiic iiif: |hu
';'•! productio'n!pf si 1 ver-lead./; ^Sub■:
''-!.'■.'■: ;;stantial!;■.woi:lc:! in   wliiclifievery
i;!drill stroke 'does its share iit ptft-,
:.-'.-"■■ !ting nibre inines ;;oii;,a--: sliippi'ivg
..-'    basis,'aire!.multiplying .the^pro-
'-.ddcitig inines!! /Other,;.promising
;'! .'"properties ' have' been; acquired
c v- .iby^ctipltalists', andunubh/'is ;hop-
;.-.'V'od'.;.fi.i'r-in -the'/do-vbiopment  -of
; "these  . great 'respuroes,   of /the
■!'!■' I^.tirV'.-iSteojc 'Mining  di'vision; of
Sfiu'tlvEastd^obteiiay.! !'!'"!
which; point s:/but';t ha f"!itvh^s/; a
'Pbkin.and;'Ps"i Kaii^^aiid't'hatihe
. wires,- ai-e;,W|C.rking;;fi;ouis tlie!;"lat-:
.t^r/place. 'v\;'i'./v;'(!i /'/;';,!!-;./;■/!!;.'./.'
^^-Washiitgtonv' ■■ Ati'gi*)/tB^The
■war -.depW tmeiitv. has; recet vbd/tlie:
.fol.lo.wing !h-bbi*Geueral:'Barry;?!;
pbi'ii; Sum,uer arrived at;this port
'on. ithe'; tenth!.;: '.No^casual i iibs^bc- -
cu'rre4/^;;T.he;heaith; pfethecotu-;
niand/is excellent.. ;.;/Will!pi:dbeed!
tp«Taku ;Oti^^theliidiaha./iBai-i'y:!'
!'1 The! S u ni her! car ried^ba.ttalibn'l
p!f ,15th: lu f anti'y.! The'Indiatia'Avill
tilspltake ;abpard; the#;siege;'guiis
and.; Maxinr ;;fie!ld;/gun
Qeiieral'^Gha^fee";:; requ'ested/i;a!nd;
lwlli0h/G^bneral;!;Mae!Srthurf sent
f rpm!; Mahi 1 a) .•i5;It,!;\vi 1.l';ta:ke/abbjiff
c'opy-w'i* igitt ^liead!;r|thb!/f!Eyehiiig'
^-;,;/r,';-!-!^.x» nwvMfJx lea?>-. >
/■".' One of-theniosL'cheering signs
. iitHlib/iiibfal 'market is the steady
/ :ad'vaf;ice of lead! - It ineans/inuch
= !.L(;f tlie developed,,inines ;bf ,Sc)uth
'■'■■ /East '.' Kobtenay1, :.;aud; ;!wil.l ■ :ti\o
' doubt.\largely■"increase the lead
.•//output! ,/Ithas"' be%n/;sugge:st,ed
■ that  tile/ increased'' demand  for
ainihiaiitioiv has been  an   irnpor-
•'.' ttvnt: factor in jDromoting ihe -.ad--'
°!A»ance.   and   tliat  if  is  liable: tol'It opened /tire ,qn   the- position
conthme: for. a ' lime,:lit/-least'. \™& plated;, .shells;   among,   the
■' Last "week' lead ore advanced;' in j American ..troops
''price s'r.'7.r) per Id)')''],ounds' do- j.-'trbopslwere,' quickly notified and
' livei'ed/ ,For some timb lead has ceased their lire.   ■■    '/•'     /.    ;
'   been higher ih/.:Londbn'. than   io I ! The, Ai"nericans./cai)tu,red  the
N'^vVork.' l/iif tjivvpric-i'.is-!uo\v
World;; today/hasa/dispatclvfrbm
,P()b./A:iig. ,10!/.^;Hiciv'st^
a. general/advance .of  the relief
col urn h: w^as; niade; on 4S thb ;inorn/
ihg:ot, August-y,,,;and/"acids; that
the allied: forces/ivill/probably
i/each J?ekin; in 'eight;days'. /;->>!.'-,-/
;!.-."New/'""-.York, : ;Aug//;o13;--The:
Evening World(-Juts'' a. dispatch
today Hlated/rChe  Poo.; August
9th, signed by Frbdei'iclv Palmer
telling of ' iv teri'i.ble  m istake ::,.iit
the 'taking!;of Yang :Tsun. ; The
dis]aatch;.says.!the. Russiah 'artil-.
1qi;v Opened" tire  ou  the. Ameri-;
can., troops. G.-Befbre the inistalre.
wits discovered inahy;/ American''
soldiers  ./had- .been, /killed /.or
wpunded'by fhe^Eussian . shells.
Part of .the/qasualities./to  .the
Pour teen tli''■•infantry Avas^'tlie! result pi' the.Russian .tire. ,     /■' ...'/.
■As the Chinese tied the /'i-egi;-
lheht'entered; and  .occupied one
bi'tljie Chinese positions! A Russian   battery   some  distance'/off
did.'" not-, notice', the   movement..'
Peterborough,      Ontario^  -^ Can
.♦'- !--'''v''/'-■'-■/.-■■-■.*' -,-■!,''■■':.'>" '''."'I   ","•.■:■■'.■'":-!
*»?■■■      ■        ■..    '/"■' ',-■;:;. '.;..;;- ';■ .■■', '--.,;   .■"";.■--"/■
For House Gleaning Time» J
■ 0
£$ Gliloride'-Onie !//'
?♦■?•■•". Carbolic Acicl    , '.
ife;,;;.-. :/;■" ."" ■.'-",,, _■"',■;.
Bed -Bug Poison
GarbpJic Powder   / ;,    /:;!
;   Sulphur "Tbrches/ /'! u /
',';!,'■;■ Borax />//,/   //;;^/ ;■''
-',.'°!./'" .Siion^es/and .'Chanibis'^-.--
Electroo Silicon;.!and .'Silver!;Sbap.Jor Gleainng
'.Windows and ■'Silverware';:
Assorted Ga
^/Copperas' for Disinfecting,/etc./etc./'   •:'.;-
fWm Dio Han
l^pRT .•;!    ■"'.
Phe'-Russian  PI bur/. Pa.teut lriiingarian aiicl Strong Baker.        ,'. •' ■" ■ ;•    ■.'•';•   .
Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat" Wheatldtts//./'./ .
Cornii'ieal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,■/,■-. ,,',•;'
.'.:',,..    ,        "Navy .Beans;   'Lima Beatis,' Pot Barley, etb.
-   i#ir.,,i '-
; Chinese", works;
.Tieir   casuali-
adviii.ciiigj.iie.re.'-" ",   '
.-..    ;'-.■■ '.'•.-   B:.uc3iauan   u!' / K'as-!
■' 'sa\"s:' •' ""A/  t:hi'>/p:";'sf.Mi!   firici"
the  Trail ■ smelter! cbuld   .;euie
with customers for pre. •/;(,;-r-ying
5P ■ it.;ad. c>i,i-i.a biisi> beiier-.-----t-ha-n
1 .-js.rio than t:ouid  bb  allowed   by;0
".any lTnite'''.) !>ta.tes sn';eiter.:'....
J.f' wi'iat.   Mi"! .'Buchanan    say
• can l"n.'' \"i'i"i.tii.'i!'',it is .singular iha
the 11rodiicf>   i.d;'ihe   big   sil.vnr
lead' liihu
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m the n:  ���T"V  7"Oft P C;Tf!!''"T i"   B  alt  T-sj-t-  '' 00.  %  (?i4?�� i?rx>0vejctor+  8ATUKDAV, AUGUSTS. 1000.  WITHIN-     REACH  PEKIN.  Within   Nine   Miles of Pekin.���Emperor and Empress-Dowager  Alarmed.  Washington, Aug. 1-1.���General Chaffee's dispatch of three  words was received late this  afternoon and sent a thrill of exultation throughout official quarters. The dispatch read as follows:���-'Chefoo, Aug.,. 10.���Arrived at liu Si Wu ' yesterday,  CHAFFEE".  I  London. Aug. N.���The Shanghai correspondent of" the Dailv  Express, wiring yesterday .says:  ������Tiro Allies at noon yesterday  were within twenty miles of fe-  ,   kin." .      ,  Once more the press of England remarks upon the ability of  the American government to secure news ahead of   the   rest  of  -   ihe world.  i r  "It is fo (Jiiiieral Chalfee" says  the Daily News, '"that we are,  again indebted for news from  the front. Not a single dispatch  from Sir Alfred Gassele has thus  far been issued from the war  oftico."  Washington, Aug-   I-I.���Since  the battle  of Yang  Tsung,   the  advance to Ho Si  WtiT was  accomplished in three days, a distance of eighteen miles, this was  four days ago, and at  the  same  rate of j)rogress, the allied forces  are within  striking  distance  of  Pekin, nine miles.  ���    Berlin,    Aug.    14.���The 'Em-  press-Dowager'had declared her  intention to leave Pekin before  the' all.ed army  reaches  Pekin.  The Chinese minister here  telegraphed  to  both   the   empress-  dowager  and  the emperor   not  to leave Pekin but quietly await  the arrival  of the international  forces.  Vancouver, Wash., Aug. 14.���  Government pack trains number  4 and 5 left today for Seattle  for service in China. Each;train  is composed of fifty ��iules and  fifteen -horses,' and the, usual  number of packers, hostlers unci  ' cooks.      ' �� , ,'     '  i ^ i  Chinese reports are,being distributed far and wide in' the  southern provinces of .alleged  .successes in the north..  ' ,,  The Chinese are trying' to engage a foreign electrician to lay  mines  in', the   entrance 'to- the  ' river. ,  New York, ' Aug. 14.���The  general, advance of the allied  troops in the held at Tai Tsung,  began this (Wednesday) morn-,  ing. The orderls"to rush to Pekin with no rest.  p-"ten 1 ions towns  cannot  boast  of .-,uch accommodations  as   can  be found at the Noith Star,   the  table is well supplied, the rooms  are commodious, and the  house  is lighted with  gas  throughout,  and    in    its    appointments   the  house reminds one of a  summer  resort hotel: it  is  a surprise to  the traveller to find such a well-'  kept   house   in   the   mountains.  The   other ��� hotels are  all   well  managed and apparently doing a  good business.  There are several business  houses well stocked with goods,  a drug and news store, and an  excellent livery stable.  That Kimberley is to forgo  ahead, no one seems lo doubt:  th�� future np Kiruberl<'-'V !i��s in  the l.ict. that, ij-.oso1 who have  invested there bob' ve it will lie  second to no town in Ea.-,t Kootenay. it is"growing rapidly, .-ov-  erai families have moved in during" the past few week's, and a  number of pretty houses have  been constructed recently:,, in  fact the town has every appearance of permanency, and no one  is brave enough to say aught  that is not favorable.  The North Star mine is only  throe miles irom the town'by the  wagon roa'd. The Sullivan, two  and a half mile's.   ;.'       ' ��  Other "mining j properties in  that vicinity show a' greater , or  less amount of development, and  will no doubt in time add to the  material prosperity ol' Kimberley. ;  The town is now connected by  a railway with the outskle world,  and'the effect that the railway  had upon the town was startling,  property advanced rapidly, and*  the population was largely increased.     The  mines  began  to  m Fort Steele  D  Cranbrook  ��������  ss  "ft.  fi "5**, n  [Retail  DEALERS  IN  /*r��  #  *��  '^  %��  &'  erai     Merchant  Most Complete Stock In East Kootenav  g GROCERIES  '   CROCKERY  MENS   FURNISHINGS.^-  *  -M  X  s  *  GLASSWARE  BOOTS   and   SHOES  Giant   Powder  Fuse   and   Caps  ship 'ore, lL,r> tons :going out  daily, the pay-roll of the' mines  was increased, machinery for  the economical extraction of ore  was installed, all of which added  materially to the prosperity of  the town.  ' More might be written of .the  different mining properties i.n  the vicinity of Kimberley, but  that will be reserved for some  future issue of T.m-: Prospector,. '   r'.'"'  I  KIMBERLEY.  The Gem of the Mountains.  There is'every reason lo believe that Kimberley is destined  to become one of the prosperous  towns of South Bast Kootenay.  It is near two of the big product  ing mines, the North Star and  Sullivan, in fact there is 110 other  lownsite available near 'these  properties, and therefore commands^ position which no other  town can hope to rival. 11, has  been styled by an enthusiastic  citizen, as the Leadville of ICasl  Kooleiiii^y, and it certainly occupies a similar position lo thai  great mining city.  Kimberley is only two years old  and is a lusty   infant   out   of   its  swaddling  clothes,   and   is   now  putting on metropolitan airs.    It  is beautifully   located   on   .Mark  creek,   about  six  miles above its  continence with  the.  St.   Mary's  river,it is .such a location as is not  frequently   found   in   mountain  towns, the  ground   is  comparatively level,   and   on  Ihe  north  side of the creek rises gradually,  to the  sui rounding   hills.     The  owners of the lownsite made   no  mistake when they took:,,11 p   tlie  land'.-   The.town boasts of several excellent hotels, the principal  being tlie North .Star; which'',,is  presided over by-that " prince'of  good follows" Harry'Drew;.��� well-  known in the  North   West,   and.  in East Kootenay.'     Many .more  Treat Boers as Banditti.  "For a moment the Chinese  question is eclipsed in public in:  terest by the report of the Pretoria conspiracy to murder British officer .'and to kidnap. Lord  Roberts. This is the talk of the  clubs where the correctness of  the report is'not doubted, though  some cautious persons believe  that the ploii may turn out. a  smaller affair'than it seemed, at  first sight. The revelation will  at any rate strengthen the hands  of those who have been loudly  exclaiming for weeks past that  Lord .Roberts has been absurdly  moderate in hit, methods and  that there must be an end of misplaced leniency, which has only  01 icon raged the Boors to prolong  Their resistance after all chance  of successfully opposing the  British advance in thocficld is at  an'end.  They are in favor  of' treating  the Boers now in arms as   mere  banditti instead of soldiers,  and  they argue thai the  pacification  of the country will be indefinitely postponed unless: drastic examples aroproinptly made. They  say,that snipers,  train wreckers  and burghers,   after talcing  the  oath   of   allegiance,   should 'be  promptly  shot  and   their   properly   confiscated.      The   fact   is  that lOnglisliineii   are   beginning  to lose their temper over the   irritating delay of   the   I lour  war  and   Lord   Roberts,   if  his  own  prudence   and   sense of justice  would   permit,    might   adopt   a,  rigorous   policy    of    repression  without   being    condemned    by  public opinion at home.  I     HAY    and    OATS  ���w  m  ��  m  '3*  9  m'  m  m  Hardware  I��iachi,nery  Paints -arid Waii P^per  Genera! Mining Supplies  Dry tJoocis  Clothing  Groceries  Furniture. Carpets and General House Furnishings.  No order too large for our facilities, none too small for careful  attention.  Fort   Steele  ry  H. AL1E. Proprietor.  Riverside Avenue, Opposite Post Office.  HIGHWARDEN    & ' SON.  PIONEER  BARBER',SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.  NeM. door lo l/ic. Prospector.  McBride Bra's.  S!i6li t Heavy Hardware  c  '     ii  Stoves, Granite ware,  Tinware  Powder, Fuse, Caps  Paints and* Oils.  O I 1 t  '      1 < ��� ,-  1 I I ^ I      '���  0 ��� t '-"  Sheest metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  NOTICE.  Aflui- ihe 10th cliiy ol Angi^b. 1I10 1111-  dersigneil intoiul-i to do only :i fn-li  biisino^ ;it, i-eihiL-oil [ii-ieo^.  H. HAKU, JiLACICSMlTJl.  Korl Steele. H. C  IF YOU  WAST A OUOU MIC.VI.  ' Go to the  MONTE   CARLO  RESTAURANT  , On Rivisrside Avenue  William -Robinson, Proprietor  .-URALS   AT   All    IIOUUS.  NOTICE.  TlllCO llljlivll' lll.lt I till! H!llU!l-si��ll<.'ll.    llOPjliy  Mliply to the CI110I einnnns^inniu- ol Limits nml  W'orUs lor p'-rmis'.ioii la iiuruhiisu the inllon iiifr  l.intl: C'orinncncin^ .it tin: south easlcoi iK-r 01  Lot arij_yiouii 1, Kni-ucimy. iIhmh-i1 0.1st, ^'1  uli.ilns nlDiia iliu sliiut' ol I'lcmici L.iKu.  'I'lii'iKc 111 I'liniiis mirtli: i'jloiici' vie1!! in tins  c.isii'in liouiiiliii-v ol l.m '.'/-]: tlit'iici.' smilli I"  uiiniiis 10 tin- pliiro or (.'iiiiiinonci'iiiunl.  AL. DOVLK.  Dilli'il 1 Si li .1 nl v. IS'tW. ' :��l-  MIXLKAL  ACT, IMHi.  (FniiM r.)  i i.u'i ii'U'A'i 1: up imi>kuvi:.mi:n"i >  He Fooled  he Surgeons.,,  ,   All iltii'toiv.ldlil li'i.'.nick . rj'iiiriill.o'u' lit'  .'W'i'sl, .lirii'i'rst'in. ()..   m'f.ci-���siillVrriiio-   is  IIKIIItll.s'   fnilll   Ill-Ullll   Kist.lllil.     hi;     U'lllllll  ��� t'ii.-. miliiks ,-i .'costly- (ipi.'r.'U.ioii whs . !>ei.--  I'in-inud: Imt, li.u imii-lmI li'miscl!" u'itli. liyi'  lioxi's of I iui'-l<l(.'.n's Ai'iiicn, Siilvo, tlio  surest, 1 'ill.-, iMirir.on' Km-tli, iind llic.������Iii-hI-  Sn,lv<; in.Hit' AVciHil,,- .Sold ill, tin,'. I'in-  nt'iji' Di-njf Sunc.  ROWAN MINEHAL CLAIM..  Snu.itrO In tin   Kni'l Sli'i li' Miimii; ])l\lsiun  ll Soulll lOllsl K'llllll'llilV Uisl I'K'I.  Wlii'i-u loi'illi-il On lliii-Uli'liciiv Mill, in-ill'  .Msiik I'H'cJi.  T11K0 mnii'i. tli.a  I.   Moll   Mel il I'lii'i.ni  (A^ruiil I oi' H.li. M.iun. l-'nn- Mi hit's ( Vi lillc.uc  No a MtM), l''ri'i' Mlnei 's C'ui tllk'iuc Xn 11 :il..-i*:i  luionil ill)(l,i\s irinn tin; (l.iU' lii.M'i'or, to :ii>iily 10  I In- Mlnlii'.' lici'Orilfi' for 11 (Vi illii'.iic of lin-  linnt-Mii'iils, ti|i liu1 |>iii'|in^.. of n111 ;ii 11 i 111, .1  t'row 11 (.1,1111 ol lln iilm\o I'hiiin  And liu ilitT t.il.i' nuili'i' Hnii union untlci  scctliin :I7. must he amniii'm'i"! boloro liu- Issu-  .iiu'col snuli ('cHillcno ol Inipi'oveiiH'ni.  Uiili'tl Ihis -Jllh il.iv nt July. I'.Km  NI'-.IL Mi I.LllllCri.'K-A.V   A^i lit.  Shaving W< Hair Dressing Parlor  Ni'M to Ol-li-lll.ll Hnii-1  FORT    STEELE,  B. C.  All kinds of bail- work 9  < . 11 specialty.  A.J, GREZ.  Proprietor  C-^s. Iffeidig  Contractor   %   HuiIcier  The  1  Waldorf  .�� ' ��� . *  SPLENDJ D  A(A \)MMU DA TION S  FSRKir, B. C.      OLD TOWN.  Sample'Rooms for Commercial Men  it ��  No Traveller Should- Pass the Door.  Tlie. ti'iiil ruiiti within ten l'eet ol the hou.se.     Good  Burn mid plenty of h;ty mid grain.  Waldorf you will never regret it.  n  H.    A.    KANOUfSE/  -  ; f you patroni/.e the  -    Proprietor,  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE -3? DONALD  Genera! Merc  NOTICE.  DAFFODIL  MINERAL CLAIM.  Snii.iii'in ilif I'-dii Su-i-li Mining niM-ion  ol l-'.ist l\milcii:i v 111 .11 ici,  Whi'li loc.lli-'l Oil llin lOi'li.'iiy Hill. iii-:ii  Mmli uin'l.  Tilci- notii'i: lli-it t. N'i.-H .Mi Lend t,mi.n;  (A��i--iil for,. Urn Xoi'l-li Slur i\1iiiliij> riimiiiinyl  Lliniiiiil.-'i-'i-i'i- Mlm-r's fi..i-iiiii.-.-iii.. Sit n Hl.iiin)  l-'r'ci! Minor's (Ji.-i'l.lili'.ii't.ii-Nn 11 :il..'.r::, iiiioiiil no  ilii.vs I'ruiii tin.- ilii.li! Ii'tironf. lo n|>|ii.v 'c i.lir'Min,'  in:: li'i.-et'ii-ilt'i-' for li i.'ylillcai.o of Iniiirovoini-nls.  i'oi' ilio iiurpiisi' of oliiiilnlii;.. ;i f'li-own -ilnmi of  lln- nliovi.- i.-lniiii,   . ;  Anil flinlli'r liiltcnollco ilnil sici.lnii. ninl.-i-  s-.'i-l ion ;'(. innsi .In-I'liinmi-nci-il in lore I In' issn-  iinct.vol' siich t'ci'lilii'iilc (if linprOi'inni'-nts.'  ' Di'iteii'lhi-t.'lili-ilny of-.tnly. ii.iii'.i.    .  '."nil- '   NM'II'I. Mc'LMOl) CI'L-lf A N. Aj'ollt.  as-ats  supplies a Speoiaii)  Miiier.s ii-ning- nortliward via danoe Kiver IJuntt' will iind ii  wiving and eonveitienec to procure their supplies at   Uoii.iii  lai'.'je  SOLIO ACI'lXTS  IcJi-  Canton  Steel Company  ,Wind.ernieri'��, (,'."olden and. Outlaid  .    '. . Milling Divisions.  g Agents -at" Wjndermprc. for the California Giant Powder Co  o "��� *   <l  p. .^W��^C��Vw~- -/4rr  THE PKOSPECTOK. FOItT i?L'EKLE:> B. C., AUGUST^ 18. 1&00  <&4t# 3#&0^��ior+ -  SATUi'IDAV.' Al.'tU'ST IS. liKH.l..  DEATH OF CAPTAIN PARKEK.  tL -.Trt'r.c  rods.'" Act   By . Poers   At  ".'���,'��� .v; .'.',:;;���    /'���[..Watervaal.  .; ���Xjfiii'dou. Aug/ 7:ir-rA. party 'of  Boers near Stauderton'.   notified  the English officer commanding-,  -::������.' at Watervaal of their willingness  to. su\\reiider, .."��� 'Fifteen   of  the'  ,   S.trathcbna- Horse ".were, Sent  to"  accept, the   submission   of,   the  officer  in.   charge;������������������'. ' Wiled   the  '���',.''���- Strathconasapprpa^liecl the- re'h-  ' oeyqu's   in/extendedvoi-der:   the'  .'���BOei.-j? opened fire.  .;'A Sergeant  ���"���'���;.;who'.-had raided a :'-fro'up. }n :Can-;  ���<a;da. rallied jiis:ineii, doing so lie-  ��� I'l/fie .'imong 1,1m Boers,;wh'd ;de-o  mantled -his ";.surrendv.'r'v, '. :neve,r"  ������'',',.cried".j-'iH;' sprgeani..  'who   while  (::-tia-iiihg his; ij.or'rtu?wa^.:shoi'dead.  '������   The ;"'Ua.nadians   iosr, two ; dead  '��� and th roe/wounded outiH a pai:ty".  ','' Of (twenty/two. ���';/���,;������. : ,.';'..���-'   , 'V;;..;���; ':;  ;;;::. a, j.ii eonnecuq'ti; Vtytj}.;t he ,'u iftii;'d'-l-'  '.."'I'V'-'in'  ithhn-jfviiig  No.v-4L5.'Ser,-?  ifenoral commanding-says Private W. Vi. 'Ajoi'itietli, of Slrnth-  coiia's, Horse, ..was 'severely  wounded at"Aruispoort. on August'?.   "    ,.';'-':  .'    ���  Oyer Caiiitalization. -  The   Engineer in ii"    &. Mining  Journal seriously  criticizes, the  notation of Kossland -properties,  and has tlie following to say ', regarding it: ;    ���"'''������'���.''-''������''.,',.    ''''.  The  Whitaker   Wright group  ffoi''British;-;'Columbia; Companies  in; London /has  been  again' '.'in-:.  .cVea\5ed"Jb.^;!tlie'.''ilotatipii>.pf;'.''the  ivdotenay ... Mining, ���' Company.  Limited. ; This-is tlie third,.,-sub;'  sidia'ry.''('.-(jinpauy. issTied-''-''by.-.', Mr-'���  AVl.irlfakqi;";Wv'Jght,dui:i'fig\t]i'eila.sti.  few ."'weoks/.-:';' . First ^ We '.had the  Le l\di::!N6.-;LV then- tli'p,;.Rqsslaiid j  Creat: /Western,   anil   now", ,fhej  tKooteiiav   -Mining^. Company.'-  This-'t'diripa-nv has  been 'formed -j  [���to;  lake ;:over:' ������.'tlie;..; remaiii'ing.'!  | prope'rties of; the.: Bi;itish,':Anieri�� j  [.trti"- Corporaiiph'in-'iht:,.'Rt;jss.la:!ul{  District.,; 'They Uire; 'tihe, Colutii;;)  /biiivlvodttjuay., -Tipi'Top. .'V/w'per'j  &  &'  **&.  ���taP  '���rr&Wt-ti'  FORTiSTEELE,':B;;G;  MANUFACTURERS' -v and,":BREWERS> OF "EXTRA    FINE  BEEJJs:^  ^!rffUf!fiffmn,t??nmtffrf?iff!��?H?f?!i!ff!f?!!nmfmH!n!?!!nfef  *-:'.3  - v/T  ������ 'if' ���  General rVler'cHarit  Liquor Dealer.  AND  ^F;:':;^  oBotf|etl beer;: for fami Iv iisc ;i; speciai Iav  OUTSIDE.ORDERSGn^N'STlMCT'���''& FR0>MJ^T;A?.i:TENTiO.N  gr^1'.;. Manufacturer of ail';Kinds of Lumber, /Alarge^assort-' -Sv  Z^ ;;;���;'��� .meii.1: of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always;; ~ ...';��� 25 .':.���  *~;. ;.���'������'��� ,;���'...'���:. -���' ���>:'.���,'���;; ;';;;v'",oir.hand^^'.:.',:' :,.,,;������ ;,.v" ".���.-"..y^.v;;,. ';";.'��� :-:;-!fi;^S ^ '  Z����'"xi DIMENSION .DUMBER ���   :A'; fi SPECIALTY-;.;;:   2^:  Mm  lo.  Vgeaiil Ediiiiiild,' 0.,/ Parke)".  or  as  Li).'  iii"S,t .'rei'iorj, .���(.sl'ated',;;'EcjM;.Vu'd  . [,,.''ack and Sdvtlli ^oou-nay'-IuiH:-^  ?'tiqii.ioiv-wll.i'el'i.tlie/tirst;- .{.w-.dv';ai;e;  C  ir.Ker.v-Oi:-. me,;  J:Tors,e.   reno;rted':."ht  ,.-si  :: tii't  afheomvplie '^l'  Goih-  fchis  krtowiiw ^The eVi'iiiUilv of '<���'.''��� ������'���''.'.���" ���' .'���"- ���'.'^'������:." ^^^..���;':���"���;'.i-:;'."v'���^:^.;:.,.A^.;;'.;./���.:;_��� ��� ;,'..���*'������:';������..''',,.  I'MSAm'EAI^J^^iGtJaittNfrEEE  compaiiy  rase  price  ���Vi1''.' ;as/.  ���'L-4-f��f.',LK'ifV;  ' -���;  IJ. O. 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Pai-kc-r;lacke(t;i.he aiiiouni^of; po-.  ^���JiticalpullH.oseo^ireacominission,  .'."..which:had^eeu;pi%!iised hiin...';;  ������','' 'As if is well kiiowii >tliat  com  ... missions were given'.to,,men who:  - liad no special knowledge of mili-  ': tary service in-line of war:   aiid  ,;..eer.talhlyv lacked "oxperience ������ in;  the s.ohoq.1, for ..the soldier.   ���'.������.������  ;,��� Captaiii'   Parker   wrote   bac k  several'.,'l.ettLM-s   to   frieiids/here  just before.'lie sailed, saying that  he .was; goi ng i u '"t. 1 ie  ran ks, .��� bait  ������gave.-iip' reason wliy.dii: .w;;i.s; de-  . nied. the prqniiseti opmmiss.io11,  Ue,was;cei-taiiily deservtiig of  a com mission < and his-long ser-  \vice in the linpi'i-ial army should  have been   siitiicient", reasoh   foi1  giving him one. without'his  'being required to" furnish '."political.  influence.    In- time of war experienced ',. men are needed. ��� and whe'n j tl i ng  !r:  t'us rof fhe..seednd'';eohipauy'ia!)6ve,1'  ..'������.'       ' '.'   )       ���...���-.-      CO    i- "k   i-*'- v  .        ~"     '.-���\;'1    I  .ref^'^ecr-td.tthe'^Rossiand;^  iWestei"hvJ:fIt-'.-is'^^  ;s fVie; ��� 'Of- ;"thjese; xlpc u in p u t ^ W- (m$]  ev e h--":th,e; ;:;:m eager; ;statpmehts:  glveUja're sufficient''tp;;^hqw;; that  ,thev?-;yalha,ti^^  .|iirdpor ti e's.; ��� vis;;Yas,tly;; pxeessiye';,  T^iere;.:a re^js uccessf ulfi- m.in6l5?;;i'h  the;;R6ssi;ind':djjstrictSa  ^treKlargp ;; ore ;;cl|ppsits.fi -whi^h;  : n^;ly 1 ,:>0 ��� -!?uccessfnlly-.;ywd;i;|ced;  -;hereafter, ;1 jitit- the ;Rdssiand:;Qi^es  lire^'as "avrnle'qqM  ���\v iff Ii a ve^febe;;^  'bi&fly";fe  ^.Hir^;e^:;is;-;nq^;p6ssh^le';;&a  sticlv' ���"v.Gsi/p i tal izatidlfsiiSiftts; ;'-liaye;;  ���lieP'.ii-pA^  eaclv :'ihr. t^vo" ^dthers^makvng;  #7;'2oO,06ti;:fo)-;;t:hi'ee -gJ'pdps'.of  uhddvelpped elauhsAyhpsfe;valnes  ,aiie'stiilqo'he'';tes^  ndvprobahil ity.^that. :^m< will  evekearn -respectable.;.: dividends  on this enorinqus. aihount,;; and  tlie;yaluatibn ;is for the' \-endors!  and.;pro'motprs':;beueht;'the; ])ub-  l'icbeiug.expected to : take; care  of itself.; ' y: ���- ;-'���.   ;-:": :'"-;^;  ';��� iiitciidiugVsettlei-s, in British  Coluihbia iiave, cqusidera-blediffi-'  culty in '..obtaining, infdrmation  as.to-the   lands .;ava-ilable   for  -f;  ���:Siee\;e>.':;;;  So\&-&u;ents)i6vM&  ^RGHANJS"  '.;v|iie^t';;^v^'.Aii^'-.;;v  :'%"';:K;Qoteiiay.'!;:  COMPANY  First: !;Glass,;;;Erahds;;;o.^  ';;;-Quarters"':; for;.; :^  ;.;-;;-;;:. fe:-$ample;;;R^  ^:'jffi^fi:'^;'fiSW  Sfi^:fifi:0fi^fi^!:'!fifi:O:M  'M  ���'���:.,��1  m'-I  Ail  ���honie:,st'al>Mi.ig..-.;:The^ciVcuuilocu.--  flou of tlie Lancls :ands-,3Vork 'I)e-.  pai-tinent- has 'beeiv;tdpiseyere for-  the -' uewcoiher-���indeed' .'it ..has  proved^ puzzlc'td nuiny an old-  .tiiner. and given,rise to all sorts  of -; i'licoiuplimehfary: ihsinn.a-  .tiolis'! ,������,.-' Something' might;; be  done tq simplify , matters. .: At  the convention of the assqciaj;ed  boards ol!"trade;Hist- week a resolution was adopted recommending the government to have,,  maps Of surveyed lands placed;  in every government'" office for  the .informa.iion .of-^the'..'publicj  and that, said maps lie kepi, corrected to date.' .This, is so clearly the duty 'of tlie cleyiarfmenl,  that 'tiit|. recoiiimeiidation is sure-  to'bfe adopted. Such, a course  will materially -assist 'in tlie set-  lll'i   of  .iTjn S;. STEEi^il5'^ua;i-a.h teed  ���;:-:'::'���'"'���'���'",:������ W-'ii.Tj:-n'tif?/S'rfT.- ^^O^jt'.A'fi"-fi^':^'':k::~��:A.':::-:ii:fiy'fi%  ;;HA*R:D;;E6GiC;ViroiiK;;;  :��-  'So^E;;AfeEiN^.|;Vp  ���ijoi^n^tior^  company;  :--S'dliB;��' A:G,KN TS;-  ;';;vv';.:;V ;���;?..; ';-;Mi'n in .gf';S u jpi>yeSv,a;;Specialt3;  Ageii ts- f or the' 'MASS E Y '; ill ARSIS  CO., .-Limited.; v-:' ;;������-.;;-'  ements.  W  E  'MMMfiMMMmSmM  ;|;Mi|;;;si;;sii]ff;'  v-;;:"p:i;;.7p.!PE^  ^Sl^art^Mverl^B.^  ���:yW.p arp'^hiiiufacturei-s^n^  ij;iarge-s;tdc]^;qf;Balaii;ceJ;;-  JandfPracti^  fClie; inicaisj; ^hdj^alPq'tJier;; Ais^ r emjeii is0,  -���-- "^s?;S6;nsr;Balances^;.B  ;;;; C)italqgu'e'!aii^^  :..'i-'V I  uijTjTjijijij-u-uTJTrirLru^uTJinjUTj\ru^^  KS��SS*S��SSS^SSS;S����^����SS������9 '':S��3SSaSs9S!M^S9^SaN��eS3  ���m  CRANBRdOK. J3.C.  e:  Norilie^ii  s  ;;^:;.,..TIiESUirVKVOtf:S CHAIN  MA DE-IT '.-THIS: S HO RTISST ; " ���-;  :t-y       -    -;        v',;-:     ;. TKANSCClN'riNKXT.V.L'KOUTK/v ;:    .".:.-  ; ,V   ,.:  ; ; ; ft is the -.most modern in .equipment;- it is tticiieavip'si i-iiilccl .liixs;.,  tt'hiis ii'i'ook-):>allnst i-oudbutk- it ci-,o.sses no s:iud;de,sei-ts: it was'' built s  witliout a.iaild yrant--or' W-'ovoriiinont aid: it..is noted-- for cpiu-tosy of .it?'  employes:' it is thed only line tjdi-Vitig nieals bn..t>hc;a la x-ai-le plan. . .  -���'��� ��� ���'thr6u(".'H 'rn.k'gkandisst fscKNtiiRY i-N-AiV.i5.R.i'GAc,  .:,';  ..���;' '-;:"���-;      .;,,.. ���.   ;s , v BY-   DAYLIGHT.;.;;- ���'���"���' ���    :'-,.--;.";' -v' '��� \ : fifir'-::'  '"'Vol- Foki: -krKKLli and' t,lu>;EAST���K6QTI5NT^  :.i'--,'-Stiigc::.-"frpii') Kiilispell,.. Sleainlxiatfioiiiiiiiinications fi'bin-.icniiinjj's';,'.;��� .;  - '(hiring Summer. .'Quickest smd��� West route -to-all. pai-.ts of tlie United"  -.,,.' : - States,  I'iasi.ei'ii Caii.'ad;i and Europe. .:.���'������.���    ;;'  '   ���      t'eir- maps,; tickets ami'-coniplelc iiiforniation call or .'uklress. ...  .������    ,: ':���������' .       -        nearest agent oi-' ;   ��� -        ':     ,:" ���-������=:  'E,:;-;SMALL/;'-;:Ppo|>ri^tpr,  :.,:., The 'only.; niodet-n  aiid  first e'lass  .fleiited:tlii-'oughoiit with^liot ait-: '.;',-..-,.: -..  kiteh in Spiitb.; Jilifet Kootenav..  ^;   ; When y  G.G. DIXON. Gi-ncriii  ;;     Spokane    Wash.  Agent.  '\I..WHITNEY.' G. I'  -...-��� " :;   ..St. Paul,  and T.A  Minn.  :"M;UNSON; NO. 2,"  SHEEP .CREEK',IB.'Q.    ':; K. J. HIGBYE, Proprietor.  0��� .First-class Accommodation for Travellers. ��� ��� -..  ..Iiverything   New '.':'���"   -  ������".'. The  Windermere  Stage Stops  Both   Going and. Coming;  Vie ..vacant    lands.  an..of1icer.\vho has served in -the{The 'term's 'offered    to "-settlers  Imperial ariny offer his services, arc very liberal, while the pro-  he should receive the, recogni-1 ductiye. nature -of the soil and  ���tion his qlTei-desiM-ves. His lasi;j the congenial climate of lh-il.ish,  act was sulVieiciU to convinccj Cqlumbiii oiighrto attract to. the  anyqne that he was deserving of |'I'irovii'ice 'a- very... desira.ble class  ;i commission l'or;he,diod like a,!of settlors.-���������Nelson KcoiioiiiisL  soldier! '! |.  '. ������ ��� :   Grit Howard a Prisonor. ���  ,  Sir Alfred; Mil nor cables from  Capetown' that Captain 11oward.  the .famous' "Catling Can Howard'1 is a. prisoner of war.  $?t ASK YOUft GROCER POR-  CALGARY FLOUR  The Best  Writing Machine  Til 10   ONLY  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  KleganUy   lllu.sir.-iled  (Jatnlogiie  ' t^ree.  The  Address Edgar A  Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chioago  Fort Steele  Meat Company  ,    FRESH   and  SALT   MEATS  ALWAYS  " ." ", - .'..'.;'.'   ������������'".'     '  ON HAND. '.  '*'';.".  R. W.,;R0(JERS, Proprietor. . , ��� .  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Came in Seasom' .'���'������  Fort Steele  and  Kimberley^ THIS PRO.-d'Iv.'T'.)]^,   FORT STRHLE,  Ti.  AT'dll'ST 1-   R1O1  T    I j ii.Ha -.v   and   .\i��-Ri-":<^ii'  II])  l'i  Ij'.'I.C C|-t'('!.; i,i| 'J'hurs  C.    .\I.     f\ci;p   1'i-tiii lied  '^'indei-mcrc on Tiiur-idav  fi-.  A fj.sljiug  party   went   up   the  St   Mary's river on Tuesday.  SBm0mk^k Hd^*^rR,  Is a pure baking powder���  no alum, lime or ammonia.  No acid but that from grapes  ���which is pure, pleasant and  healthful���enters into Dr. Price's  Baking Powder.-  Fruit' acids are accounted by  hygienists the most important of  the elements of,, the food of man,  and of these the acid of the grape  is'most prominent.  Dr.    Price's    Cream    Baking  Powder is. not "only the rriost efficient'   and   perfect    of    leavening  ���agents, ��but owing to,; its constitu-  . ents is likewise promotive of health*  CI us.  Thies   came   down   from  Perry creek on Wednesday.  The  r  %  j 1  IP*a Id    m  mrnm mt -oi  (H?M OFFSSE T9R9HT0.J  Capital     ^6,000,000.  IPirofessioraail.  Dr. .1-. N. Taylor of Colden is  a vjsitor at the Armstrong mansion.  New Mining .Law. ���  speciiil to The l'liii.-ii'mioit.    .  Victoria, li. C.���The mining  committee recommended that in  quartz claims the cost of surveying, irrespective of when it was  made, should be allowed as part  of , the assessment. ' work, and  that delinquent co-owners',may  be disposed by advertismenfc instead of by an action in court.  That Athahuar Affair.  That Chinamen in the Winder-  mere country were anxious about  their safety is borne out bj the  following in the.Outcrop of Aug-  u>t '2nd.      " ,  ���"The Chinamen of our town  are at present wearing their  aiost .solemn looks, not being  quite sure how long their serenity will be  undisturbed,   as  our  Uov. c;mi. a. C'ox. President.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.  'i. E.  \V.\r,KKU, Gen. Mini.  HONG KONG- DRAFTS SOLD.  EXGHANTIE.on all parts of tlie world bought and sold.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  ' t  F^ort Steele �� Cranbrook Branches  J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  torth Siar Lodge  i o.'Cl   S'j'I 1.1.1  MO. 30.  il C.  A.  F. AND A, M.   c   G.  R.  B. C.  Itffiuliir mootinss���1st Tuesday in eaca  month hi fjiiflu o'clock. Visiting Hrethern are  cordi.illv invited.  A. W. Hi.kasdki.i,. Secretary.  FoHT STKKI.F-  IH-.VK(.OPMKN-rSTMjJCATK Ltd  I.'J8 Lcactuiiliull Snout, London, Knfrland  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFl-'ICK HOX 8.'  FKOM    THE    FRONT.  Extract From McAllister Robinson's  Iiottor.  k'roouslad, .Inly 6.���1 have  boon under firo three timos and  never tone-hod as yet, though  they have been paying us particular attention. < I am in tho  marine gun   section.     Wo.  were  PRICE  BAKING   POWDER  CO-  CHICAGO,  Note.���There are ma'iv che-rp ha'^inij r^">*.\ders  r <" made   of  al'jm.   ^.iiicm;,  tlie "celebTiiteii  chemU;,   xu;.   '.h.v.   -i--j:n  d-sonier-; the  stomach a:ui e:i'.i!��c= actiiitv and d> i>pepsia.  "     i SATURDAY. AUGtJST 18. !��<)(>!  LOCAL NEWS.NOTES.  rt j    _���f^,_ _  ���'���Windy" Potts is'now in the  conn fry in the interests of the  Winnipeg Tribune.  _ ;Tiio. Fort,Steele Flour &"Fced  SI ore proprietor is busy empty-  ing.a car jusi received at the  junction. Me has now a full assortment of all" produce that he  deals in, Rye, Buckwheat, aiat  every hind of Hour, meals and  breakfast goods.     . ��� *  The Hotel Imperial  has been  doing a flourishing business dur-  ! ing the past week.      ,       :  {citizens are divided in opiuion as  lo  the   propriety   of   doing   as  Field and other' places are doing. , Qll me  John  is.   however,   disposed   to  j trust us. "With a firm but,humble  jhope in   Joss  and   Sheriff   Red-  ! grave he expects uo danger -will  {ensue."'  This, followed a few days  lat-  ier by the blowing up of a  Chiii-  ese laundry at Athahuar and ,the  serious injury  of  a  number  of  .Celestials,/proved    that    their  fears  were  well  grounded..    It-  was  a  dirty piece  of business,  and-it is  to  be  hoped  that  the  perpetrators will be  brought  to  j justice.     If Chinamen are per-  imitted  to  live   im  the   country,  they should be, protected.  ���M. Phillipps of Tobacco-Plains  was in .town on Tuesday last! He  reports that sectiou as nourish-  in n\  Dr.   Corsan   was  down  jh-acy creek on Monday.  Tho Province in commenting  upon ihu dispatch regarding tho  blowing up ol" the Chinamen al  Alhalniiir, speaks of the outrage  us occurring in the vicinity of  Fort Steele. In order to correct  a wrong impression wu will say  thai Atiliaiiuar is about Hi) miles  from Fori  Steele.  Professor J. S. C. , Wells of  Columbia University', New York,'  was in town for a couple of days  during the,week. Thisr is the  second visit Professor Wells has  made to East Kootenav.  St. John's Church of England.  Service every Sunday evening  at'7:30 p. ni.  ,   On the  first .Sunday  of  each  month  service  and  Holy  Communion at 11 a. m.  froliil   ���       Rev. C. A. Pkoguxier,,  '; ��� ���. Vicar.' '  PK73SBYTEKl A N*  CH URC H.  Rev. D. McK. Reid,iB. A. will  preach in ��� the Presbytoi-ian  Church tomorrow at 7:30 p  Sunday school at 2 p. m.  Miss MoKinnon of Vancouver  has been appointed school teacher at Elko.  The Fort Steele public school  opened on Monday last with a  full attendance in both divisions'.  Mrs. C. Sprague who formerly resided in Fort Steele, is' now  in Croat Falls.  m.  We have on lile for reference  by our readers tlie latest price  circular of the McMillan Fur &  Wool Co.. 'Minneapolis. Minn.,  dated May Nth. Their advertisement will be found in another column, and we take, pleasure  in recommending cany parties  -who.have goods in their line to  ship to them.  The pay roll at the St. Eugene  Consolidated at Moyie, for the  month of July, aniounled'to *r27>.-  -I(i0. This is the large*L. amount  ever paid out in ii single" month  at Moyie.  Nick Trigear, well known in  this vicinity, is now superintendent of the Winnipeg mine in  the Boundary country.  Ranchers needing grass seeds  for fall plowing can get- red top.  clover, timothy and alfalfa at  the Fortc Steele Flour & Feed  Store. . *  M.   A.   Hon lo   went    to   Cranbrook on Tiiesda v.  The Cranby smelter at Grand  Forks will be ready for business  in about two weeks.  A pyritic smelter is to be  erected m the Boundary country.  K. O. Jennings   h-i'i    for  berlev Tuesday morning;  K im-  H. Mel). Spenser of San Francisco, represen;inir xiic- Phoenix  Fire Insurance of IJrooklyii, N,  Y., was in town on Monday and  Tuesday last.  I Wantiod' white .laundry.-,,' OI>  iject being to get rid of Chinese.  "Support of .citizens' guaranteed.  Person- with*.'���family: preferred..  For further information apply  to the secretary .      ,  Kimberley Citizen's Committee,  ,  ���'���'''"���.- Kimberley,, B. C.  The mines in the viciuity of  Sand creek are all looking well  although but little development  is going om ...      '���'';*:  . A: G.. McKenhy - of. Toronto  was in town on Wednesday. Mr.  McKenny represents the Ctitta.  Percha <fc Rubber Manufacturing  Company of Toronto, and was  s 11 ccessf u I ., i n so 11 i n g se veral  hundred feet of lire hose.  Charles     Estmere    came''   up  from   Sand   creek-   on   Monday  .and he roporfs that if, is possible'  work will  be  resumed    on    the  Empire before long.  .1. Keith Reid, who has a bond  on the Martin and Trilby claims  on Luke creek,; arrived in town  on Wednesday:    .-  -    Hotel Arrivals.  . lMLji-:uiAr>:���H. McD. Spencer.  J:-K. Far rell, San'Francisco; A.  J. Hopkins. G. R. Green,- Victoria; J. Myertholm, Moyie;  John Love, .R., E. Cooper, Winnipeg: D. Nichol, Slocan City;  T. R. Ella,' J. Fleishman. Vancouver; A. LeitclvO- B. Fairfield. George A. Laurc, Cranbrook; Chas. Estmere. J. Ii.  Esterbrook, T. A. Trites; Kimberley; J. T. C. Wells, New  York: M. Phillipps, Tobacco  Plains: AV. Hv Miles, Calgary:  F. Dunlop, Wapella: J. Keith  Reid, E. Nelson Fell, Nelson;  A. G. McKenny, Toronto: T. H.  McKeggie,- Barrio.  Windsor: ��� J. W. Bennett.  Revel stoke; J. C. Nelson, Du-  pont:' James Kerrigan, W. Grin-  lies. Cranbrook: John Smith',  Moyie; D. McCarty. Windermere; George Underwood, Moyie  Southeast Kootenay Electoral District  under lots of shrapnel and  pompom fire--that of Ihu pom-pom is  as bad to receive   as   the  shrap  nel; after exchanging with  cattle like those, rifle, fire don't fizz  Wo have been   doing  a  series of recounoissance and outflanking movements right along,  and the  Boers ^invariably   skin  out whenever we appear on their  flank.    We save  the  infantry  a  whole heap of ,',life   by   waltzing  around   iliac  way,    'as    General  Hutton told us the other day.    I  have not time for  a  letter but  see the boys and tell them that I  am well and wish to be, remembered to them.    I am full   up  of  campaigning.     The ' lighting  is  when you are in it,  a  man  feels  that he is alive for a while/ and  I don't know anything better as  a ner.ve tonic than to have those  shells coming closer  and  closer  as they get. the range, and  then  finally 3'ou see a little white puff  of smoke above you, then  a re-  o �� '    ( l  port, and theu see the dust spattering up all around you, (that's  shrapnel). The shells sing like  a saw taking log in-.a saw mill.'  Rifle bullets I can't describe, but  I know that I found myself ducking the first dose that 1 ��"ot.  T. Cflprastrono  Fort Steelk, B. 0.  MANUFACTURER  OF ���  9  Tinware', Galvanized Iron, Sheet  !       Iron,   Stove  Pipes  a'nd,  Copperware        '  THOMAS    McVITTIE  ���   Fort Steele B.C.  H. L. CUMMINS.  e ' (  /\ L. fi. <f- C.  Fort Steele B.C.  E.<  BUfLDINGS HEATED iind VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe   fitting' and  all  kinds of sanitary work  ' ,  flir Ticjlit���Hot Blast Stoves'  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  ,    Mines    '  W. K. nos.8. H. w. HKitouuia  ROSS & HERCHMER.  Barristers     --     -     Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. - . ,  Fort  Steele.   B.   C  ��� SPNCIAI.  JOB  WORK.  ATTENTION   l'AID   TO  T.    EDB  LANDS and MINES'  NOTARY"  PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Fort Steele,     : - B; C.  Pott DEVKLOl-'KD  MINING   PROPERTIES  IN  EAST KOOTENAY, B. C.  WRITE  TO  Geo. S. McCu-lei-. t     J. A. llarvej  HARVEY & McCARTER  Barrister*,   Solicitors,   JSTotaries Public,  Conveyancer* etc.  PORT  STEELE, B. C.  , BEVELSTOKE STATION" anU GOLDEN   '���  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  A certain iicthod for L-unng otMinps,  dian-hoea and clyhenu-j-y i^ hy using"  Pain-Killer. Tliis. nicdicinu lias sust  tained the highest i-i:;mtaiion for over  (10 ycar��. Avoid siib-.titutc��.'i��thcrciis  but one Pain-fCillcr. lJon-y Ilavi?-".   2oo  and .")0c. ���   Strike Not Settled.  Winnipeg. Aug. 14.���The settlement of the C. P. R. strike  does not look so near as was  thought last week. The trouble  now is over a minimum wage.  Chas.  Estmere,  Mining and Stock Broker.  Kimberley,, B. C."' ��,' ,  A Life and Death Fight.   '  Mr. \V. Hines of j\lanohcr,l(ir. la.'  vvritiny o'l'bi* iniraciilouh oscapo from  duatli. wiyh: ���'KxiKxiiru after moii^lob  induced aorioiih luni; tronlilo. wliiclt on-  dud in (Joiis-uinption. I bad fi-eijnont  lieniorrlia^eMind cotijiliud nij;-htaiidday  All my doctor.-- said thai. 1 must s>o0n  die. ' Tlion I lioijan to use l~)r. cl\ins'h  Now Dihi-ovory forfoiiMiuiplion, wliich  i-otnplotoly oitrod mo. I would not. bo  without it even if il i-o-,t --KUIO ;i Ixittlo.  Hundreds have iit.ed it on my rei'oiiiiuon-  dalion and all say it lu-vor fails, lo euro  Throat, ('host and l.iu'ij; tronbli-s."  Trial but lies I roe at tin.- I'iuneei- Driif;  SUire.  State'uiont of Kleetion ISxpensos of  K. (".'. Siiiith as per'vouchers Hied with  returnirig" oltieer:    .  The 'Fort Steele .Merca-ntile  ,Coirip:ii'iy , i'tre . iiiaking; great  changes in 'their store iii,. Cran-  brook. When eoinpleted it will  lie. o'ne of t|ie niusf convenient  store rooms in Kasi .Koo.l'e'nay.,,  F. F. iSiinp.soii of the CJi.-au-  brook . ��� Herald did., hot. return  from Nome with' Messrs. Noble  find Shier; having concluded to  take a prospecting trip through  the country in company with  Stephens Bro's.  Hall Routs.:.........  . 'Committee Rooms....  ..Printing".   Stationery.. .;..... ......  Livery ........'.'.-.......'.  ���W0.OO  , Ki.OD  ���". --1..-.0"  2.S0  Ki.OD  ''.';   "���                  Total  +r,.s.:!(i  ;t. kde.-  . Itetiiriiing'    Ollieer   for  Soul beast  'Kootenay., i '  Southeast Kootenay Eleot(  jral District  Oxpi.-nses   ol  .Statiiiiioiit, of "KK-.t-tion  William' I'Vruie. as  per  vouehct-s   tiled  with rel'.itrii.iiiir ollieer:     l0  ���. I'rintiii},' .-'.'.  Mull   Itents.. ,  ���Voter's Lists.'.. .   A .. :  Livery Hills.:,..., ...  * iUI.7;")-  112.0(1  7.f>(l  ITiI.IKI  '-"���     . Total;  $-1(11.25 ���  t. EDir.,  Returning'    Otliijcr    for  ��� Southeast  ICootenay.,  ���  ��  ;. '--.jn'^.Ks :i":r:a:y:s-:3!s':i<i:*sS5SiK'ai!K��Ha��  ! 1       CUPC r.LL VOUS  PAiNS V/ITH       |  nPasn-K��i!er.  f.;; A Medicine Ciio.'.t i- lisslf. g-  P.    Simpls, Safe and Qvlel.- Cure for    gj  t^CHAHIPS. DIARRHOEA, COUGHS,^  ���^ COLDS, RHEUMATISM, |j  '������', NEURALGIA. IS  ��� t ft  li.-      25 and BO cont Bottles.      g  bi BEV.'ARE Or IMITATIONS. M  *j BUY ONLY THE QENUtNE..^  PERRY DAVIS' |  fetT��W*!����(����*'����K��.����<*WI8S����l��9<M  GRASSICX   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRA. CTORS  AND1  BUILDERS.  Fort   Steele   B.C  HARRY   BARR  Fort Steele. B.C.  General Blacksmith,  0     HOUSE SHOEING,  AND JOBBING.  Douglas  Corsan  (CM-MB.)  OFFICE -Hivei-side Avenue.  Next'Door to MecmMl'sDrugiStore.  E. J. SCOVIL      ,  ���)S' XOTARYPUHL1C. "Jjf "'      .  Firo, I.ito. Accident. Insurance.  Keal Ebtuteanil MIXING  UROKEK.  J&       WINDERMERE,  PWTKnBOHOUGH.  B.    C.  T. H. TAYLOR, C. E.  "     PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR'  Survey.s  of  Mineral   ehtiuis, Koads,  ^^ines, ete.    - ,    " \V IN D I-;U M KRI-:   1-5. C  titling  Work    a   Specialty.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS.  S<:ml yourl>asliio��B direct, to IVnuliiiiirton,  mivc>f time, <:ostft I<ny, better Nervlcus  My offlw c!o��e to U. 8, Patent Office. ' FREE preliminary examlnfttlune matlo,. Atty'i fee not duo until p&Unt  li secareil PERSONAL ATTENTION OIVEN-19 YEARS  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE, Book "How to obtain Patenti,"  etc.. tent free. Tatent* nrocored through E. O. Blg����n  receive speolal   notice,   without charge., In   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  Uluitrfctcd monthly���Eleventh year���t*rmo, $1. a year.  LlllBfiB*.��w-^��  ��� WASHINGTON, D..C.  ANDREW    NEl DIG  X I  GONTRftGTOR    .and-  BUILDER  IIOL'SK AND SI ON PAINTING  CAI.OIMININO Mini P.M'KIt 11 AMI I NO  - POKT STlflELE.  li.  C.  I'-M'~'   All   work ])i-oinptly done.  ROYAL  HOTEL  KTMBERLEY,  B.  C.  The" finest/ |jk|tiors mid  Ciyiii-s jind Borft Fiirnisilieil  Itoonis in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  ��l  MILLINERY  Just  Receivedj-A largo consignment oi' "Latest Styles.  MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.   : *������������*���-t   KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  Fre-sli"Bread and Cakes  .Fresh Fruits every day  Fresh Vegetables  ���'-,.��� Fresh Eggs   ,  1^.  COHIN  TAILOR  AND  IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  GEARY  &  DOYLE.  Liverij, Feed & Sale Stable.  l'Y>rt Steele B.C     ,  J'icg-iiliii-' Daily  SUiye meets all  Lrains .-it, I'Virt Steele Junction:  SADDLE & PACK-HORSES  Fres3i Milk and Butter Iteaming or alj. kinds a specialty. i��ai^^  Hg^d;^  'A':  MONTROSE BIOYCLEHEFREE  cm approval Co your address WITHOUT A CENT IN  ADVANCE.  SEND   US  TOUR ,IMMI��W/ etate ��hither you -��I>h. lady's or nwnVir  wheel; Kivecolor, lielictit'OC frame, andcear,*antedand WE' WILL RHII'ir  ���'"' TI1K W1IKKI.-C. O..D. on approval, allowing you to whcrate andix-:,;  "' -amine ic-fully livfore you aceeiit it.   If it is not all and.more than we i  claim Tor'it. and a better, wheel Ihau you cau.jret for.any.where near the  -jii-it-e fi-om any bue"'eUe,'ret'uM- it and we will j-iiy. all eiprvk* c-hatT:e>-  "oi-.i>uK-t*.. Ths" MONTROSE " Bicycle   *^V; 5q "}  ��i/our Sl>eei��r Ageiit's   sumplc prit-e  ot: "r,| Ij'^      i  l is" the i-'rtati-st Imrirain.in a liic*ycle:��.ier.bfler��^l. ;.l�� jni.-irnnttc j,'.;.;.,;ua! '  to iiiivW-l i.lu-et on tlie'mitrktrt. and ytm lieiti vxt Aii-vpt irror |so'ii'ii-t!t  if-vni'iili. not Iind Iti'-s "i-ieiireM'iil. "Vsrt IC.VCI.l M Vj; 'nn.-VfcLK'  JiANlT'ACTritKHS. mil! tal:.- t!,i? i..-sr;..,,f ..I'.iofii.lilv i..i,'U;V/Cil;i:  .Ml*-.' i:HMI .M*M��I'I.S. "rilis i.ir.-r.nf a .-.al':,;.!.; v heel,-:.!, l.'.l^"!.'.'^- )*-i" ir>�� J>-:  .niSe'k^e^iirea'PViOr/f^^GE-^r^r^il. tiMViv-t.b.;,,i.-Q;i.l'i,r  iinij rake '-��nleiv. Vl-'lll-alftnt^ nlil��e,iii^i>.,y I:,;;l;,;    ..,'��� '/���;,.;        ,,  '���; '    cy ���:������ ���-'���'.  Land Purchase.~v:  :i:fi'.fifi;fi;fi'fi::;fC'\lN9Tlc'E^"ifi'Zfit^A''"'fi''  ������)���' Sixty day.s.froin dale 1 . intend to apply lo;  ili^einet'C'onimissionei-.of Luiiils;and iAVorks  for poi-niissipn to iHii-chase the.:following dcs-l'  cribed iantlMn ;Soutli Kast.: Kootenay: :,;Com-  iiigiicimr.iiL'.ilie north''.West;corner!of /Mc.Jnnes  nnrcnaso:" thence north'80 chains i-thefice^ east  40chairis::flhence south8U chains^; thence:'!wesi.  T:;;!";:^S^ATER^NOTiCEfe"^^��v;  ::!;, ?\ptieeSjsrvhereby:; given; that.an.'.iip-,'  plieiiiiiVii^wyii'-'iic iiia(leaiiii'(ler;>Pit;rt'iIT:'  of ..;.��� Wiitciv Claaseri::. Gpii.sii lid sitio ii.,j, Aeti;  ISIlT.'^to recbi-(l:t.he]'i^lit\tb; take; Vtli-  vert,' ;.ebh ve.v'. and use. water, iii .tlie'East;  'IvOoi.eiiayDisti-ieti.fbr ordinary, domes-  tie <andag-riou]tii ral pur] loses':':5 :\.;,'!;;'���>!.  f[ .(��),. The, name of 'tlie'.applieant is tlie':  !"'(-:..'-,f  ;-;io:.-;  ''",:,���'.  'Ji^fifi  "i fi* ���'.  '&���&'.  -���:JM  ���  -JV.--J .   '...  "-";,ip.'  >js-::l;  :-,AUj  tii-.'X-.Vi5-^  *y'i |'V/f'"Vv^ferT^."'it,-Vii:��^-ll''':,"1"'',l-;ll'l'liUl'll--'-^"^'"l1 ���'Krislil. Iiail-i;   u e !ii.;n..^lit-; .o>v,iv ���>-,:. ;-e  r</l-7iT.v.'- f:^^;-f   ^-l''     ift ���������' :-'��lil,i-i-il Hi"! f-"--ii::ti':Ull-���.ii-.avliliilr-.-���,,'..>iir' ������������.illH-V'yeur-. truni-  L   F' 1/ llviW'^iSV.J^'r:"!:? Iiianyoneseiiiii.i^eie Ar(!.^��,.,.yW>i..:i.;i!/.:;ih,.>.<ir>-.w.,i;y.i|!i  /.'/,!; ;&~-:,ri t^ft^'^-.J'ilCfc-i.cnilri-t-'.i a vriMiiil'.i.' ..tinriii.k ,ll-.k>H nVlliul^.i i ! |.;,:..i n .ycl.>-  ��/ " ll'r'w&'l ������ r*i.. !,feiiSfe=i^'<J':i-i oiHWld-^i'l'MI'"'^!-''"^.::^  &T# . ^yty.': ;'V'v!/,��S^ ;:;---^^;"^:r:!H:K,i"-V;-%--^~-\?;^.^,w--"'"^;v  isA"- (��ai;��D''-M*UCtr'S'"--^v,,"��",l',r-l'''''<'",-"'u'ur''',-|yl'i:"1!,fr:i'!l,;^^  ���,.    .T^:- URCAr'  nWLCLO. ineiit^iiiekiiiil��ir.whe.l.S'''ehit-ii"an.vi.e.i-,:  ed.-ieeriis iiild' lili-.'��u;iiily hoili-e.i niivi-i-tise and null ai> I1I1--I1 '-fj-iidr., AVeean fiinihhulieiii,  ���however,''ilfc'*5 lo *" nli-l|i|ieii:: or'-.i.iTi :|o.rl-J.:..1 e<ir.i|Hele.L':V."e,i!o not t-iialaiitce.i.nor, ri.-om-,  ineiiil liieni.     ICKI-'dlSI-:. ��!IMIl.ltIM; a lik-yete of any one ��lae. no nlntler who or how  i-lifian, wflie in. null tel- u�� tell you how miieli w-e run na\o you on the hanie maehiue/.v::#:,,_:,>;  ilC-vim IIUADI CI.   DIIV a wheel we i-.-m assist you to K.VKX A IIICYCI.K hy dh-  lui , UI1HDLC  IQ  DU I  ti-lliulInBeatalouiiesroi-iisafewilay.-..   AVe need one iwi>on  iln each town for this iiiiiinin;.,We have novei-at hundred SEOO.\l��.HASl�� WHEELS taken In trade which we .  : ��ill eleiM! 0111.11c #.'1 to * 10 each; also winio Hliiipn-orn smnples anil "J�� models very cheap.   i>end for Hargala l.U(.<  '������ -41VH HEI.IAltlLITV i��iini|iie��tloiieii.   Wo refer to any hank or business house in Chicago, or any express or  railroad company.   Wo will send you lut turn of reference direct from the lai-Rest hanks in Chicago if you wish It.  itcun   VAIID   nOIICD today. ' Thin low' price and these apcclkl term* of shipment without deposit will;;  BCni)    lUUII   UnllCn he withdrawn vurv booii.   rrTOive name ot this na|ier.   : ; :'���':���"���  J. L. MEAD CrCLE COMPANY, Chicago?tu.  V  ���-�����'  'mm  :��A;tNp:ft,;ri-  % ';;,THS;i Da ilyrService- 'Betweeii^T  ��� ^:^,r/-:;BYi: THI-f' '.��� : '':'>')���'''���:"������'���:'��� fi:-\.  -tOchiiins.t'o.tlift'plii'ce.of beBiinilri^^Coiiuiininfei' IrtdianDSpartiiient pel- W-'-li   T;< Gal-  tlii;ee;lHiiidred and tweiity.acres-indi-e'br.'less'/J'VMi..' ,';.'i, ',-'..''������<:'-��� .'-'-"':'��� -:: '; r-:,������:':'���':./ ���'.-..'-: '���       '"-������':'���"-.���''���'i;  :^:0:fiy-:^^^  y;-po'i-t.SKlc-;'ll.:C:;:-ll'iine2r;'i  ;": ���"''"���"''- ':":i' :;V'''V^^' ���'���::���;,'������'.:���: '-i';',^ /'iV'��� iioHi W js'l //"' mm il filfi V t lie,': tlfucri^l iti"   ' ^  ,, J:y;S:f-^j'^Unotice^ ":'::"' :l"':'"':^"'^'"   :;vV;stxiy:diiy^^  ;iiio Chief,Coinmis^ioiiur of Laiids'aiid iVV^irUs;. ed^iteliiiead is,at^pr"neaiv tlie^Bbuhd^  HOll'.'".  Limited  .f'!!��� P^rmswon ,tp pmt^^  "���;M^OM:,..x(I^in;ASotuh, Kn=gt JCootVina^  monqiiiK at the north west .cortiei- of ;MeInnes   . !   -,  -,   -���'.;.' " ���."'���"��������� -v.-J--- ,>-<*���   - �����jj-,.-.i���l,i,-~:r'  ^rmrehase:,,;ihence nS;th> cli:iii/s;:;thenee  i'-l();,;'cKiijn'K';.'i.itiierice'--sou^  cliains;to:iiie'i)l:i&'';of':t)eidiining^  AfiFwys^i$lj<fic.^iwi$^  ',nojice.';;':;-.-::-'''"^;;:. %::,:;  .f.Sixty, dayx from date'I.i'iiieiiil:i6 iijj])l.v.lb tile  fe:T(UK'l'lie:iuean|vljy"w ife^": iii t'eii'd-  ;ed totitei-eand divertXlie waterVis"'��y  an ordinary irrigation ditch" arid : Huine  Cliiur^commissioner^^of; Lands 'and' ,wiorkis:-. for.:, tolw'(.-iiristrueted over part: of  Lot 289  tiermissioii, to\i��Vreniwe tli^iollowinii deserib  landin South East ICootenay: ���Commencing at |'; (���)',! / The ;' number  of ��� irii-lies : applied  the:souili..west,eoi-ner where 1 have planted the ''  ���':'<ti  liiiinjrnrated  Ball Bearings in a Se%viug Ma-  V  cliine:    The weakest woman can "  run  the: ELDREDGE'B. -without,  ,, "  harm to herself, or even getting ,"���  :: tired.   "It's .just: fun. for a well;',  woman lo run it. ' It is noiseless ;ii  has self-threading shuttle ; auto-. ':''���  '/' rhatic bobbin'winder'���'complete- '�����  ,.' ,,set of attachments.    A'perfect1.". ���:.  o machine at a low price.    War-   ,:' .-  ; ranted for five years.    No other  .,. as_good'at anywhere'.near the  price. Insist on having Eldredgeu  ;. B. ,'; There is an Agent .for it in".   ,  ..   your town:       . '���,���'������'������'...'  1   ' MAN-CFACTtTRED BT'TIIR   , "'  National sewing machine Co.;  ,''-.'    NEW YORK AND  CHICAGO.    ,,'''������  ':" _The second largest ScVhigUraclilne l'actorj-in  ,CXJT OF PART OP STAND OF THEtl-,e.w?rWwthJ?caPaci'yo?seve" huiKired ind-  . JSLDREDGEB. ".      '��� ^H01^ "^ebwes per day; late Kldrexlge Mfo;.  E, A.;KZji;TdiVf7 Agenl:.     Fort Steele, H. C.  ^   June lOth, from Vancouver.������"'  ���';/. June-v 11th, irom'Montreal''-i'<  ���Wi 11. giye, qniclcest; t'ime' between  OGE/VN ^ndpcE^N  'i.,!iA'..?.'. ..'^:; -T'Ae^^.t-li'e^r^-'.":' '���.':."  -       AMERICAN V CONTINENTS  Daily/ Express Service via Crow's,  .������' ">; - Nes't'a-duteto and from  initial pb.st.20cliiiiiiseiist.frouithe north. ive>it:  epniei- ot tot 780,' Group l"! Kootenay IMstriet;  theiiee'cast SO ehain's: theifco'iiortli' .20, e'ii:ilnsf  more or less ,to. the south line ot Chaniiiari-s  pre-empiioii: liience west alonj? said' south line;  to Cliapniiiii"s south west corner: thence north  20.chains,, ilie'ncc west 40 chains: - .t.hcn'ce South.'  40 chains to place of lie:iiimirij,'. C-oritiiinini,'  24."iacres nio're or less.' ,: ;'.;���.'..'',,; :.,';. ��� :,;"'"  ; ::r::';', fi,-'\ :'y,!:.fic'.:F.:ilASSiSGTOS.-':.':.  ','..- 'F.brt'Steele, il. C., .luf.ie.2r, ifKHt'   ..:.:   p.  ! '  iMPiiOx'ico service pn all Koot;-  enay local Rail,..-and Ste;iniei-  Lilies. ��������������������� , V'-.". ,"���'���-' ���  CLOSE CONNECTIONS     :���  THROUGHQUT-     '  ��� Be oil lookout for: full ''detail's'  of new  service, a-n<l-^-a'|'j].>l-.y   for  particular io -.- .    '���  .'.:���.;''������:':' /.,'.;���. ..NOTICEt..,./������;.,       ���   v     .,  .1, intend sixty Oays from date toiapply to'  tlie Chief Commissioner of 'l'.-.iiids'":iiid  \Voi-Us.  for.pei-niission to pui-i.-hasd Hie .fiiliowiiifr des-:,  erilieil  himi in  South  Kiist Kootonny:'   C'om-  ineueiiiKat Hie norlh oast eoriier;of, Jlcllines  purchase: .thence south 00 chains to north-line"  of  l.6ti 3!i,  Croup  IS   Uleiice east (-0,chains' to  east line'or.Uoi ;iiu) Group  1;  thence -nrfi-tli 20'  chains:io.s'oiilli liiie'of..]'Jot'"S0..Croup'.!":'.���..the'nee  west a Ions,''said south line'to south wesi cornqi-  of said I.ot.'WO: thence nortli-IO.chains: thence  'west 20 chains more or less to  place '-tit hetriu-:  iiinsr.,; Coii'tiiiiiiiiK 2."iS acreij iiiore. or less.,-',',-  ���: '  ���:"���'������    ',,      ,'V    - '" '      " r.l. A- HAKVKY.  l-'ort"SU-e'li.-; IJ. ,C June 27. IIWIO.    .  for is,One Hiinclred., tl S "���//-y^-'y '"v; "\  ..('./.') 'L'he'VViitei- is t-equii-eil 'for' do-  niestie' ii'nd ii-i-iii;atioil -purposes';. ���"��� t.. ���'': I  '(;/) The;land- or liiin'e on ', wliioli, the  wate.i- Us ,t6;:bc:used is ,the : '.foliaeeo'  Plains Indian Itcsefve.'���"'      '���-'..'���  (/(,)" This, notiee Avas published oh the  i28th..dayof��� il.iine."'19')0. and -application'  will'be lnnde to .the Commissionei- on-'  the JlOtlfchiy or''.i'iily.'.'"W00:: ��� ;',��� "-'''fi-''  '{^iijhtdkrey'-q'R. L. T-VGAI^ltAITH.',  .���..," ���.',:'-.'''*'-.".V.,'.','' .liitlian'"-Agen't.  lP,0.lAd<lres><) "Fort SteelO, 'Rl d.;,,.2a  ���i-    ���,���'������-. ���':������:    NOTICE. '���';:-   0''  ,   ������'.-,-  , Sixty days from,date I iiiti'iiil 'to ajiply in  the Chief Commissioner of Lands iind WorUs  ���fin-., permission' lo piVrchase lhe followins;  describeil Isiinl.iii Soiiih l-'.ast ICiiuteiiay. Conii  ��� ilenciiif: at the norlh "east coi-ner1 of I.ui.SOT,  Gi-iiup .1, Kiiiiieilay. liuince east So. cliaiiis;  thence norlh 40 chains,run'to Wild lioi-.se creek  thi.-iice West'nloll;,' Wild Horse.creel; to place of  lieuinuiii).'.���'" Ci'intiilniiiy thri.-i- lunWli-i.-d aci-i-s  inn'ro or less.  '���'  ,'��� '".; , '-'..; w. u.'kOss.  ilati-il at iVortSti-ele. li; (,'., .hum-jr. Illoii. .  cMILLAN SFUR & WOOL CO.  EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  200-212 First Ave. North, F^inneapolis, ^inm.  ��^~WrIto for Our Circular and See the Prices We Pay."W  2-fP.ages:   Weekly   :   Illustrated.'-  INDISF^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  53 PER YEAR, POsfrPAID.  SKMl  l-Oll K.VMI'I.IE f-OI-V.  'MINING "-Scientific PRESS  3J0 MARKET ST., SAW FRANCISCO, CAL.  NOTICE.; I  Sixty days from date I- intend to. aj.ply to I  lln- Chief ('oininis.Monei- ol"'LiiiiO^- aiul Wi.ii-!;>.,.,!  .I'm-, permission in pm-chase 'the fnliiiu-iiii;. di.-s-  crilii'il hind in' South ICast 1-,'witi nny. i 'nni-,i  nieneiii^ at the iiurfh ':'a.si, cnniv-r ul* .Mi-luiies j  pim-hii'si-: tlK-iii-i: noil It,-il clniins: iln.-'iii-.' :..-ii;-t !  ���Iii chains': ilii-iu-i->out.li 20 cliains leoi-'i.- .ii- !.-.<s:|  to the n.-i'.T-tli fiiit- oi: lhiin>v:i.ns in-e-i-jiipiii.!). :  tlieni.-!- wi-s^Mlun;; saii.l, north line :.'n chains |  luiii-e in- itSs"tn norlh west corner of said lion- j  oviuis,. pre-eiiiptii'iu. ilieni-.- smit.li -10 /chains ,  more or less: llii-ui-e-u-nsi to plat-cnf lir::inniii^'j  20 chains ni'ii-i' oi- li-s-.. ������ r'oiila.iniii^ -.-I.'i acre^ i  lll'M-1- III- p'Ss. ., ^ ;  ���    '���   M. a.-iii-iai".!-::.     ;  ���    Kori.Steele! It. i'.. June -Jl'.'lUlKi.  ' .''���'!  'The   !VIiIi��raiikee?  : A fait)i 1 iat- ji'a.mo" for . tlie' Cliii.'ao'o,  Milwaukee &.-fc>ii. Pavil l-Uiilway,; known  all tivei- tlii'i.-L'nioii its the- Great liail-  way'"i-ttniuiio"' the "l.'ibiteer- Limited,'?  I rai ns every 'day and n iyli t betweeni St.  J 'ait 1", and Oliicao-p. iin'd ���Oma.lia, aiid  Cliie-iioo. --'Tlie only perfeet'.trains in,  the. world." Understand:' C'oiiiieetuins  tire made with '/lW-.Ti-aiise.oiil.inOiiliCl.  Liines. ass'tiriiie- i<> passengers tlie best,  si-i-viee known.: 'Luxurious eoaelies,  eleeti-ie lio-hts. sleiin.i liea|.,:;<if jia v.erity  ef|unled byno otliei' lino.". ���������'.''  Sei-- that your ticket .i-ead.s"via'--The  ���.Mih\-aul��ee''!-wh'en,o',oiii}' to any point  :iii the".I'.'nitoil Stiites ,or Canada.. 'All  ticket agents sell'tlieni. "/'."', ���  ]-\ir rafi-s. .|iani|ihlets in- other infor-  miit.ion, address,   ...     '        ,: ���'  .l..'\\\ CASKV.' "       c'.;. ,.l.--i-,.DUV, '',.-'-    '"  " "I'l-nv. r.i.-,s. Ani.'. .        ,," t.:oneraI A^i-nl,  ''   ' SKAT-IT-IC. WASH.     I'OKTf.A.N'I). 01>'.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  .���-���'"     -   '   M     '  ADVERTISE.  vf ,s'"  THE PROSPECTOR.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  AnyitMM ��oii(IItn* a f.kotoh and do.HcrinUnn may  iltilclcly MHciM-l.tiiu (inr opiiiicm fruo wlioi.liur an  ImvpiiIIm'ii' is prithiihty pattun.nlilc.   <1oimnniiW,,,i- ���  'llMMHKf rlcllvct'inMilOLJtlitl. llandhnoUon Patonta  Hciit. Iron, (ilth^t a^i-iii'v for HtMMinni.' pal outs. ���  I'lili'tLtK lulKMr. Mii'inmh . Alniiii A Co. receive  niH'Mitt Holier, ^vii hmir. rJinruo, In :.lt��  " cientific -Jltnerlcaii*- -  .A hmulsiimel)- lllnnli-iileil weelilv. Ijinsest. clr-  i'lililfliiii iif iinv mi-IiiiiIIIIi! Jiiiiriinl. Tc-rniH. *.l ii ���  '.veiir: I'mir iiiOiil.liM, $1.   Soldliynll iimysileuler.i.  iyiUNN & Co.3^Broadvv^ New York  '���    Iliiiiieli Ollice". ��'.'.ri F St!, WiishliiKloi'.l)- c-  :;-;;;;-;,;;;:^-7''5 water ���^NciTicE^'.-'-^-n/'f^'  '���^^NO'J'ICK'.Is.lieretiy.fe'iveuV'tliatr'ii'ii iipplieu-.!  lIoii|:v-will;:ije''1nii��ie..iiiirtci---J��avt.':il.':-'.o^  ClliiiseSCotisolidiited.Act,: 1897,;-\b reeordi,iii'��!-.V-.  riifht\o take, divert, convey, arid Hse;:.ws!ter...l��v.  llie'Knst K'ooi<iniiy,])|sti-ict. for1 ordiniiry, ,it6'r"-:'.  niesliev iifjrleiilninitpiiriioses,:':M{!-i''''('���-'/yAfi:'/?  ^.���'-;;-; ���;(��. ���).; - -'.pi i��i.. ii si ht.o-;i ��> f -x t.l i*s; .^-4*.i"ip li <Mt.ri t .-v ief.'-; -y  the;,"J.hdian,:'Dej)artnieut-.per (;R.,: K,'^^'  Oalliraitji/iiA^i'it^  fil: (!>���)/ :Thename 6r';ii)ji':.-.liikeVv-'>'ti;ea:wi.K:'  or'^>in-i[ii'is{if-Uriii^  /��);viV::',s'in!illl'':��jU:'ea  'fti-ptipll: KastJCootenaylOistriet.���'���',V".- :7~",  ������: -.' ���.!������ :���- ������ ::���-       ������.,....':.-..���.-'������,..:    ���-������-..|.   -:.���-'.',.:.-.   ���..,    :...,:    '"'**;'"���  yJ'fc.j."TJie''':.'pbiiitiof,:divei-sioii, :oi-':.iu--S:  ,'t��sitclecl:3'dit<;li:?-.lieiii<l^^  East|Ooj-nei-:;of:,d..ot^  Iiki^p'>;v;^'S*'i';-;Mv^:^&  '^;;;.((Z.');,!-:,^  tenfledjo stbre^and diyert:!tlie,,,Water:,:^��:f:  by.;;aii:;oi-dinai:y;'i'iH-ig*tiou.,"diteh  .Hiiiri6Vt<jHbe;''eon$triieted7;^      [.lart'ol-^  ::i^)i;^4S7;;,Gi-onp;ij'if,l>astJ  ;tr|et^tlie7'pro^rt^;6tM;'il;!iii  -::^j;:(er)^S;T)ie-hunibei-;of ;;inehes?iappliecli^i'  fo^:is..six'{R).''t;:\|;;:,i!::V5.!v^\;:;x  ���:-, .^(.(Vj^^heWateriis' required.'!;! for,: do-:;!;  mestie'and;iri-i��iltion!:]>nrposes.;f/ :;i^s;;  .'���!���';:-.(</.;j^Thc land1 on wliieli tlie' water'.isf-:;  to be usedis on the Indian   Reserve; of"; '.  the:ToJ)aeeo Plains:Baiid;\:, ;, ::   :. '���::;'*-."',':-fi  (A.)   This;notiee was first pulilisheif-:  ;on tlie!i(jtli day of .June,  lsKi0.!and afi-- -.  plicationwill .be niadeto  tlie C6inmiK-;;  sioner-on"-the 2-ttii;day:of::hily. lyuo..;;!'- '.\  '('&tyii(Y/it^  !:';-,:'! '"'���'.' ,!':';;: :. ���:-'''': ,'! t  .^IndianAjreiit^: -  ���(.p. 0. Jlddms)'���:'Fhn Steele,:B.;,6:'.; !^{;-:  Ag-eh.ts:4^(Jiinadians.. won't: be    hood-;: '.  ..������' winkedl '; 0])pdsition  -ikioks^. coin-?--;.-  :, jiletely siiowed under. !;' Our!!m'aki-^''  ..     lifotli Two-Yoliiine work on, "Bber-;- ;  '. ^Bi-itislrWtuvVand.^eiiiiiiie "Life oi"!  ��� ���'' /.f !Moody!', 8\vec])injr'everytlnnjr  ri-oiTO':.',  . .,.^tlioir,path.;!!SeiKl wotii- address aiia"f!7  ��:. .' H'et bu tit t's quick. ������:'���   ���;"; ; : !;.,:'X- ' ���������<"���-���"  ���X-iui' [.iNSCOT'l^I'lJItl'/ISlllNCMlfANf .,,-  "XyV-;;!!'::-; .-.-..'..':-..'. -.-������-'���|'-.: ,!' ;,r!;- ......'./J'oroiUV--'''!,,''.  Agents:���''Wtu-in Soittli A'rrieal:f. T'Wov! ''���  ;'.-. volume's.    Pirls.C 'eonlains  eoniplc.te-''  liislory pi' cbiiiitry iind 'war 1,0 date:; 7V  '-,'��� . tells about, otir  eontiiis'eiits. g'.ivMtiji:. ���"���.,  ��� ���', names of ollieers'and nien.    Siieond! <���  ,   .volume lit be published   when   ivitr"!'������'��� -  s."   is 'over.-'   Only  (.'anadiaii   nianufac--  ,-  .! 'tured   book.''     l-'verylii.idy 'i-.aiK.vlsr-  'I'hoiiv. Order   for'   Aniericjin-' book^'. ...  when .'seeiiio"' inu-s.     'I I'  a hustler,r,:v'.  this is your. yold mine.' '.'-I'rosptjems'   :'  ���:-': free.'''-   ������'-   .'.,'!��� ,  -   ,.-���  ',,"..-���:." '  .Bradley Gtarretsoh Co., Ltd- '  .'        V   '   . '   TiUANTFOKU. O.V'i'.  Ag-ents:'���l'eti]ile   uoir!, lie    deeeive0;  with.Amei'ii-an I listoriesdf l he war  .' -.published' now-  as the wiii-is onl v  .   ' i-oinni'eiieed.,'��� Handle iiur lwii-vi.il-  itiiie.(.'aiKi.diairnianiila(,-.tiired  work.-'..  l.'Mi-st voluinei-i.-ildy   sunn,' eoinpluttr  .���,. to- date,   thus  yon yet (.���oiiii'nisWioii.r"' '  See.ond volume iniblisbed when wat." .  -is over.    \V'hy wa-iti'. time wivb   iti���  ' eojn'plote'bonks?    l'ros]iei;tus free,    ,'  TI-I-K i.1XSt:OTll'   I'UHKislllXC COJil'ANV  ;    '  ������'-.-��� ....'. Toi^ontu-  Agents:���The last, year of the  eontury  . Iiandle onr  vNiiielei.-tit.li   (_'ent.ur.v''  liook.    '   Describes    all ..tin;   e-1:(.;l!|- x  battles, o-t.vuij men, yi-L-tit,'iiiviMiliiin^:  and discoveries, iiroyi-es.s ol'.nations,,  Toll iiccoiihir of  the ' Dreyfus . tria L ���  hi^lory of South Al'i-icato i>,,t,e, irac'.  with Spain. a)i(-lievery.jrritii,t  eve/tt -:  '   of   the 'century.  , l!!ie-. book,  'w.-l.v  illnsti-ated.    Siiiip foi^ iiiistler.s-.      ,  '  ��� Bradley (xarretson Co., Ltd",...  Ib-iiiitCoi-d.. '  i:.


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