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The Prospector Dec 27, 1902

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 V  R*oor  dor  ,d oft��e  ���^n/TjTJi/xrXn^iViJVTriArtfijinJVirin^  MINK UAL   PRODUCTION'   OF       P  >       HHITISH   COl.VMUIA   IN  1WI1       S  $20,713,501 [3  >T STBBLB, 13.  C, SATURDAY, DBCBM13BK 27, 1902.  No ij2.  ^auimuiiiiiiu/umuaiiauiiimiiuaiiuuiJiiiiUuiiiiaitiMiauuuuuuiiuauuiiiiuiiiiuuiiuiiU|  k7��  I/'  oi ii  John Mii-I'liy, Casllogar, l'..C.  i.s visitin��K. A. Eraser.  I'\ Mi''eg(;aii.   Wiliuer. was- al  Steele Wednesday.  ^McAllister, Sponoe Bridge,'  \va�� at the Imperial   Wednesday?  ,/B.   P.   Cooke,, came  up   from  tost creek Wednesday.  ) i   A,   .ChisholniY returned    I'roin  ~N7h rysv if Ie' Weclnesdayr  '   Wm. Hust,wick,was down from  Tonoyvillo Wednesday.  A.   Curley,  Wardner,   was   in  lown Tuesday. i    -  'P.'C. Armstrong rel.ni'iiod from  Morrissey Monda.v.    ,  A.   T.   Clark,    Moyie,   was   in  lown Ral unlay last.  Mrs.    Curiis   came    up    from  .Little Bull Itiver-Monday.  Crant I Jon la utter,   Marysville,  -Mr. "and    Mrs.    1^"^  ^'ill  ���     ,,   i   Cav.i, was in  town   Won-  day-    ' \* - ,"'',,,,  Si c \i   \    '(.m. will spond l.ho,|  M,S   0 'herold^-nnoalW:?..  3  , holidays at* w\\ .,.   .   ���  nipeg. ��"       _Z_l   ,    .j1.-'  S\^n/^rs.YllV:uul,UV��Jshre-.  i i-./.m She1.'1 crook   Wed-  lurneU >,<"^hov ji,, spului   llho  '.Ste.e^- y_    '   ���  ^Chas  Powell   fuM^>enwiok  ���"     ranch,   and V.   BnnnlSh* ol   1 to  Pawnol   raneh   spent  Chr^tmas  in town.     '  ��� ,  The' dilTerehl logging camps  along the'Koolenay river are  vory~busy getting"! loirs. And  the'sleighing is tirsl class and the  work speeds along.  Six families from Konlvillo  Ontario, havo signified their, in-  tentiou'of making their homes at  Kort. Steele early in, tho sping.  PLEASANTRIES   OF  THE   SEASON.  | How Christmas Was Enjoyed at  Port Steele.'  T. T. McVittie, P.Li.S., who  has been engaged in surveying  timber limits near Sheep creek,  returned home Tuesday..  ^ Seven   large,   teams   were  on  p/igec1/ in   hauling   freight Wednesday,   from   the 'Junction, for  CSiTui & Durick.  rirti>  m  Uarry Ward   and   his   brother  ;,,i   ', .Christinas   dinner lo-  i>alher   with   friends  at the  periel.  -Kerl  Im-  Hank Ellor, everybody's friend,  and his dog, Sir 'Charles, .came  over from Kimberley lo shake  hands with town folks and enjoy Christmas.  Jay Usher, manager, and Alex  Watson H>jLi-k���- ol' the Doyle logging came, spent Chrislmas with  "li lends in town.  a.  Mrs. Ellon, and Mrs. E. A.  Elton will return to Port Sieele  ahoiil. the beginning, of the .New  if Year..-' T-iuVii' many friends will  be pleasedi |o see them back'  a train.  ���:\  Mrs. Clark and 'her granddaugh-  tei Miss Nicholson returned from  Tobacco Plaiils and a.re- staying  witli Mrs Jenifings.  \ y  MA-   Durick, C'.atne   over    from  livsviliii  to (iathis (Alii-istniiis  l'0v   Miss   An-  hista.iued  ��,toror -.  Jlies , to  3 Bi~a.T-i.Wf  31  31  aCHRISTMAS IN THE MOUNTAINS^  The Christmas Tree.  Tlie ladies0of Fort Steele provided a Christmas tree and entertainment for the children at  the Fort Steele Opera House  Christmas 0eve. An elegant  supper was served aud selections  of music rendered, after, which'a  cheery old Santa Claus distrib-'  nted Ihe presents. ��� It. ,L. T.  Calbraith, J. P. Armstrong and  other prominent people patron  ized the efforts of lhe ladies.  Many amusing incidents marked  the occasion which will keep  Ch r ist m as_e ve..ToL'_J 9Xl2_J'.i,esh_JLn  the memory of,the children of  Port/Steele.0 ��� ' ���>  At the Churches.  The usual Christmas services  were rendered at the Episcopal  Chapel of St, John The :i)iy_ine  on Christmas day.  No service was given, at the  Catholic Church, Father Coccola  being engaged elsewhere.  ' Wedding Anniversary.  Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVittie  celebrated the third anniversary  of their wedding Friday evening  A house party was given to  which mahy^.of their friends  were invited. An elegant'lnnch-  eon was a* feature "of the evening  and all enjoyed their hospitality.  O! tell us have you seen.  Our Santa Claus, so lank and lean.  Clad in garb of plainest gray,  Walk tlie town in light of day?  No fabled myth of legend's lore.  With1 tinseled toys and games in store;  Borne o'er the hills amidst the air. _    '  To fire tlie fancy of the unaware;  Then loaves our faith and fondest though*  To perish with the joys lie brought.  *c  No tinkling bolls and untamed deer  Bring to us his Christmas cheer.  No painted sleigh or furry robe  Lend disguises to his load;  1 Ie comes to us just as he is,  And brings to all the cheer of "biz. A  His haunts are in lhe farthest hills.  Whence comes the thing that thrills;  He, skims the snow on pointed skees,  O'er,.tops of firs that never freeze.  And like a spectre of the snows,  \V-e wonder whence he comes or where lie goes  1 lis crude appearance we disregard��� ,  From fashion's realm he is liarredZ  Nature's moods have.foniied his \v;tys---  A-social'light without its r;ivs. A  ?*'  r W'te"'f-* *t J  n:  FofiVr.'A.Bpiilo  kus announced,  place  iu  V,  lie holds-the secrets \vhere all may find  ���Die thing most sought by human kind.  lleis most-plain and commonplace;  The mildest, meekest of his race.        1   '.;.  A creature bringing gifts of gokl,  'A' Santa Claus to''-'young"and old.  r��  T.iuit unique type* of modern  civilization, tho Prospector, his  speculating eye scanned the  mountains and he guessed there  might, be something in them.  "With him conjecture was convic-  1 ion. _ To him, no matter that the  loot of man had never trod those  solemn fastnesses: no matter  thai (ho wild beast prowled upon  liis'footsteps'or hid beside the  jungle path to waylay the audacious intruder who dared'invade  his ancient, heritage; no matter  that the tornado swept through  tho mountain tops and hurled the  fell avalanche down the steep  canyon's side. Fear, falter, fail:  were words ho never learned:  they had no place in his vocabulary. Willi trusty rille on his  shoulder and his scant store, of  Hour and bacon swung upon his  back-he made the wilderness his  home, fragrant boughs his bed.  and the spreading branches, of  some friendly tree his shelter.  Seated beside some mountain  stream he sought the yellow  gold among the pebbles, and  urged, ever forward by..some  seductive geni of the mountains  he kept .on until .the stream,  shrunken'lo a rivulet.' disclosed  its" sources .beneath-some towering glacier. ' Success finally re-  wards his search and his brawny arm plies tho pick until the  mountain sides confess a royal  mine.]  John Murphy, Pembroke..'Out  was in town Friday.  11. P. Hart, Windermere, was  at the Imperial Friday.  Christmas 38 Years Ago.  . Paddy Quirk!" while in a  reminescont mood relates a  Christmas incident of thirty-  eight years ago .that dopictsZthe  conditions of those times". Much  of tho. interest oT the 'story'is  lost iu tho inability of type,to reproduce the narrators quaint  brogue- Paddy says: "Thirty-  oight veers agoo we had now1 thin  to ate but oats, end we war that  wake we caudent worrik: bul  Oie hade a pretty good fade of  oats in mo and Oie went clown to  'he creak with a shalh-kinfe and,  (ills a pan, full of goald, but Oie  was that wake Oie caudentcarry  it to the house,' so Oie goes to  the ' house' and gets anowther  fade of oats end then goes, back-  end brings in the goald. "  Paddy has other things than  oats to eat now. but he has not  so much sold.        ���    ���  samples of ore, and report that  the vein improves as ihe tunnel  is advanced.  From   Wm.   Mryes   is learned  the following:  "Since we have been at work  we straightened the Jensen  tunnel along the vein and con-,  lihued Jt sixty feet. As progress was made along lhe vein  flie mineralization became so extensive as to almost entirely displace the'quartz.' Nearly thirty  feel will yet have to be run to  reach the point directly under  die ore-chute on fhe surface.  Tho level at'' this point i.s only  eighty-five feet below the surface and the showing and improvements are- considered remarkable I'or the distance. From  tliis' poi'iiT,along"! hrTveiiriliereA  are. several good outcrops of ore  and the hill rises so rapidly that  greater depth will be obtained  lo the distance run. .Some in-  foresting and important conditions 'have been developed.  The rock along the line of the  vein- on the surface is a hard  hornblendic diorite, while * at  depth the hornblende is almost  entirely absent - and almost,,  wholly magnesian, having very ,  much the appearance and character of serpentine. Copper  values improve "as depth is  gained and all the conditions  dev,elop��'d that were'expected."  At the Hotels.  - All the hotels had a special  Christmas Bill-of-fare. which  was patronized by many home  folks. The management of the  Imperial extended to the public  lhe compliments of the season  and the cheer of Christmas lide.  The Steele house, under management of Mr. and Mrs.  McNeish. made their friends feel  at home and entertained an unusual number of people.  A Chrislmas party of twelve  were entertained at the residence  or Mr. liichard Frasor Thursday  evening.  At the residence of E.C.Miller  ;i number of invited guests enjoyed a very pleasant Christmas  evening.  At the residences of Mr. .1. A.  Harvey, a Christmas tree, loaded  with 'beautiful" presents brought  happiness to the little folks  I'i resent.     ���     _ _   SILVER    Q.TTEEN. V  Will    Spend Christmas , at ���'Sloole.-  "        -Work Prog-rossing.  .lack .Means and Billy Mryes  treked in from the .Silver Queen  Wednesday to have Christmas  dinner in town. They will food  up for a day or tw'p iind have  their whiskers amputated and  tlion return to the mine.   '  They brought  out  with  them  ��� Closed For The Winter. ,  1  ��� Albert Banks came in from the  Kootenay . Perry Creek Mining-  Company's camp at Oldshaft  Wednesday and reports that owing to the depth of snow and the  inconveniences caused by cold  .weather, operations will be discontinued "until spring.  'j There is I'ourjeot of snow at  the camp and a low stage of  water in the creelc.  The steamshovel is in position  for immediate use, with Humes,  iind other equipments ready for  operations as soon as the-  weather will permit.. A few  men will be kept at work all  winter making improvements  iind taking care of the plant.  It -was all Rig-ht:  The Christmas Edition of the  Cranbrook Herald, consisting of  eight, pages of interesting write-  ups from all portions of Southeast ICootenay reached this office  last week. Jt was all right, and  will prove an excellent advertisement for the district, and should  be read by every resident of the  Fort Steele,mining division.      a-  Reduced   Rates   Account   Christmas  and New Year's Holidays.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  will issue tickets to local points  on account of the above holidays  i ,  at fare and one third i'or the  round trip. 'Pickets good going  December L'.'lrd. :Mth. L'uth. 30th.  :11st and .Ian. 1st. good to return  up lo and including January  :ird. isi0:5.  Cattle Sold.  Shaw Parker has purchased  from l\. -I. Higbyehis bunch of  cattle on ihe Sheep creek ranch.  B. P. Cooke has contracted to  winter tliein on his ranch at Lost  creelc.   lOuoch Johnson spent Christmas at the BosHinghursf ranch  with Mr. and Mrs. B.    P, Cooke.  II. W. Iloss, .lack Means and  Billy Myers came down from  the Silver Queen for a few days  recreation. Z '  K: O. ."Jennings came down  from the North -Star1.: initio  Thursday.  Andy Neidig was  down   from  Tracy creek Friday.  J.   E.    Miller,   Deluth, was at  the Imperial Friday.  o THE PROSPECTOR FORT STEELE, B. C,  KSTAHL1SI1HU     1MH  A. B. 6race,  PUBL.1SHE11   AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, i- piihli-licj  every Sntuid:i\, iind ha- .1 giiui.iiitceil  circulation linger tli.m nn> oihei pnpei  in i:u.st Kootciiaj. ft is all Inure I'niilcii  and contains double the newt, ot ��in>  other papci in the diMiict.  ' As un adseitising iuedn:,n it is 1111  excelled.  Devoted 10 dm upbuililiiiK of l''oit Steele    the  development of tlie >ast iiiliieial  ie��ouices of  the East Kootenay mining dismct'  Subscriptions, . * - 00 pei  yeai  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts nf the  district, but all matter intended for publication  must have the svrliei-s sign-amie *       '3  ��Jj�� %}V0<$p2CtXtV.  S ATUU D A V,  D ICC I CM 15 HI!  moi  X  O all our readers we wish a  are manj- reasons, too, why we  should be merry. Tho people of  Southeast Kootenay are a pros  porous people, and the hope of  the future is limitless. A,ll the  phases; of Christ ma-* fosU-Zity  were exemplified in  Fort Steele.  ( X *  ' InA all   civilized  countries the  annual recurrence of  Christinas  _has_been celebrated with  fegtiv_-i  ities of various Winds.     In none,T  however,    is.it    more   joyfully  welcomed than in Canada.  i       \ '    ���*  Everyone" seemed full of the  Christmas spirit this year despite the fact Lhat there are certain conditions which make this  season's holiday contrast with  that of previous years.  6^e$/?*ttl  {-��� In south America and Australia pasture is abundant and  IC; , oxen ot the finest quality are plentiful. Bovril is prepared from  [' these oxen and the supply is so considerable as to enable the  Ei] manufacturers to u^e the best materials at a inominal cost. It  H is prepared by a special process, which ensures the retention ol  |l both tlie stimulating- and nourishing- properties of the beef,  " 'thereby differing from ordinary meat extracts or beet tea, which  merely stimulate without nourishing-.  T&rttltrff Nourishes  JLJ (J V I  LL Strengthens  NOTICE,  Taki: Nni k k tlui I iiitcnii to  il.ivs Ikiiii Hie date hoi cof to the CluefTJ  sioiuTOl Lands .mil Woil(sfoi a special In1  10 ( nt nnd cai 1 v uu.iy Umbel fi0111 the Inilns?  nig (lusiiibod 11,let of land l\ing hi Omni) 1  Kasl Knotemis' 1] 1st ini .md ili'si 11 IkiI is  lollows.--  Conimciiciug ,11 11 post pl.iiiltil .11   lln    mil 111  Wl'st IOI1U I  <'l  1.01 dIV]     IllllllillK   llienii'   1101 tli  along llie imsI limn nl (Jl i\(on s TiiuIh 1 l.i iisi  I'lii I'h'iins tin 1111> cist-1(1 < luuns nunc 01 less  Hi l''('lllll' Llllllbl'l' Cos. lilllll, IlleillC soutli  along said 1,mil fill cli ilns tlieiuc e.isl along  s.ihl land III irh.tins, iinii(. 01 less io Dupont s  pic-finptitm, thence soutli III i Indus lo  Mimg.lii s pii'-cmpiKiii, thence west IUI iluilns  moie 01 less 10 west limit of Mungun's pti-  emptloii, thenee south along west limit 01 Manga n s pic-einptihn iH) chains moie 01 less 10 Lot  'liit ihtju i' west'.'<) ( h .ins mmt 01 less to plm ���-  ol higumiug -aid um 1 lo i-oiiuin six bundled  .mil 11111\ null's mull 01 less "  Diitril tlil��- iTih iluj uf Nit\i'inliei   H��)J  Is P  (J   II SlUtOWS  MIN'UltAL Al T, IbtH)  I'llllM   I1  NOTICE.  .It is gratifying to note that in  the midst of so much .Yule-tide  joyousness the children of Port  Steele were not forgotten  SOl'Kl', Is ili'|. li. g.s(ll��lllll t ti 11 L\ ���! 1 \ -  ii,, 1 il-ii,' m (in 'in.li i -igm .1 iiili iiil i�� t|i|'h  tu ti.i \---. *,|.iiu i'.iiiiini-.-HM]i't ,��f l.nii.N iin.l  Woi K-10. [Hi llisti li t oi'l'isi i-CuiUi'iiin- mul  ilu   Oil ii I   1 ilium)���mm 1   01  l.iin 1�� .uul \\ nil.-  fli.   llll'lls. s Lo ji'lisped III'   Idlloll    till'    IollllU-  i.ir, ikmiln it in nils Miii'iic on Uu inn ill slid' "  ill'1 I lnih"ii.l ini'i .1I111111 two mil's iiiiilh ol  lln 1*1111 lu i u,i. k lnul'mnl iilu'iii Um null s  ���snr--rtT-tifr-^...-.;-!.'oiiiin u-v I!" >u il'i' ",'-  niiiilrtii I'iu'IIil   .iiluiiv k'lin:   in Oi" M'liihi'ii-l  iMIlMl'lt'l   i'. l-t ll.'O'l'll is    Jlllll-ll ('"111 111 hi 1  I I'liiiinH'lH'lini it 11 I'.'M about sixteen null's  ts-,1 ni i'i.- '.own 01 iMmiisst'i, being the mull,  'iasi coinei pu'l n.l.'iiVUI U> lhe south west 101-  111-1 pes', nl IVlot 1. l.eienih'i-eln 1111 thenee  iiurih-si chfihis ilKUicui'si Mi chiins 'hence  south sj (lij,'iisn tiiii.c* ens', mi (ii-iins in ihe  jii,(."7' of '.i-giiui'iig , Humming ti-iii iii'ii's  r 1 mi 11I llus.tui .im nt Oi'i'i'iiilier   lilf.'    1  J.U.K  1.   HOl'l'*, Local,u  A    UALKCl'l'    \-UIll  v* i'o'iiimcucii's si ;i i'i's.1 iil.niii sisui 11' miles  e.ist nl lhe *.i-n :i <>f Monifse> in mj; lln s,,iuli  ��,'-' iuiiu r I'O-'. idjiei'ilt to lln si ni 111 1 nsi m>i-  in . o; Wiiizatn l!o.-Oivlii ii u'li. tin nei sfiiilh  si'e'.it-i-.is i'ie>ii.-i-ist mi I'lmin- tlienee liuilli  -Oeimiiis  1I.1 i'i. 1 . st ii* i-n.iiiis 10 iiu   nUu'i' ol  U   M.iiuis i'l,iim   ilu'iu'e noith sn i liuins  \\isi sn chiiius, ilieni'i' sonei si , lui 111-  lln'IKi  liu in i  ! In  HUUllT   i.llllill  i" The one topic, which i:> of  sufficient interest lo crop-iont in  British Columbia, even at Christmas time is politics. <��� <  X f *"  , "What, this country needs is  not Trnperinlism hut Can-  ad ian ism * "   ' ,  ' 1    *    *  Some day there will he an  awakening lo fhe undeniable  fact that Southeast' Kootenay  has vasf'aroa.s ol lhe most promising undeveloped mineral resources the world has ever  known.  The     people     of'    Southeast  Kootenay think- thai Ihore should  be more stringent legislation  re  garding freight rates.  Items of Interest.  An Ontario fanner exchanged  liis wife lor a gold watch.  The wife ol the Crown Prince  of Saxony ha-s been missing for  several days.  Eight million dollars has been  raised in Philadelphia, to meet  the present liabilities of the  Clergue Iron Works, at Sault  Ste. Marie. Out.  A German girl was sentenced  to fourteen clays imprisonment  for stamping on a picture of Emperor William  American     capital      to  amount of five   hundred   mi  has been invested in Mexico  tli   l.ll   tl-.  J   r   McAl.'IVI'lA   l.oi-ltin.  A   ii U'M.'IT     \iHll!  .1.   Coiiiiueiii-niKcii  1 I'Osi {fb.nu siMccii null s  in--' mth.   to\, 11 01 Mori |ssi 1    in in^  ilu- south  iMsi (.inn-i post iilj.i, u>i 11, the muih ilesiini  in'i 'il '/.   1"   Jle Mini'js (1.11111    thenee  1101 ih s|)  (li.uns   iin ii,m iii't  n) 1 li.uns   iheiu e ��niHh So  chains  iheiu.- enst Mi<Ji.iii]s to llie jiliu e 01 ue-  ��111:11:114 coin.1111111}; OlOiicii-s  WiUI.uii lloi-lhi her, l.oc.iliii  A    llniki-tt   AKi 111.  I Coiniiienciiii; at .1 )>o~i .llmui <ft\tecn unlet.  ea>t or the'iuHii nf ilon issei lu'ins,' tin- noith  enst loinei'.iilj.iceiu to tin' suiith ui-s| coi nei  of William Schlick s ulinii. theme -outh SU  th.iuis iliemt-wi-stVu eluuiis ilienci' ninlliSii  eliiiins, ihem .; cast so 1 li.uns to the place ol lie-  (riniiiiif,' iniil.iiiiliijjii-IO'.icies  .losi|.h i:  Sleplicns l.ncaioi  A   lliukdi. AK"iil  "/   (joiiiini'iii niif.it a I'u-si :i Iuiiu li miles easi  nf the limn ni \l(nriss,,\ ln-iiij.' the smnli   i-nsi  1 01 nei   post   01   Mail   A   Malici s ( laiin   thciu i'  soiuli Mt) eluuiis  tlii'iue west sn ihanis,  ihi 1111  mn ill M) 1 liu in-.  Ilieine nisi  *)D chains  In  the  pi n e ut I iej<i tin in;; contain 1 in; iill> acios    -  (ii oii;i ('in l-Lian   Kose   i.iiiatin,  .\   llackeli    \uenl  h,    (iniiiiil ik iiv a   .1 pnsl I'i null's e��s| ni   the  tow 11 01 .Mm 1 lssci ltciiii; llie  soiuli   ensl  lonui  posi Miij.u cut to ilic soutli wesi  cm nei   po-,i 01  I: I' I'nt is claim   ilicnic iiinlii sin liuins iliciiic  uist sm hanis, llienii'smnli   SU clinins   thence  ca-l Si'1 liams 10 tin    pine  i.f  Iicuiiiiiiiik 1011-  UIMIIIK 111" lien's c  l I., II (Mniplicll. l.ociUui'  A. ll.u ken Aitem  " CoiiiiiieiieiiiK al 11 post'iihr.nt ID miles (.nsi  01 tlie tow 11 ot .Moi 1 issc\ iiein^tiie simili ti isl  coinei pnsl niljiiini 10 llie soutli east coinei  post of 1: il Canipliells claini. thenee noith 80  i'h'iins thenee i.istMi ilum-, liicnee sun tli Ku  chains liience west ^(l chnins to the pluieot lie-  ���'inniilU ei.nt.iiniiir (ill) .i( ies  10 L' l'otis l.oc.uoi  A ll.ukell Ageiit  s (. iiinnieneiii'-' a( a post .ilioul 1!) miles east,  of tlie town ol Mon is^ev lieint; the south last  coinei .i.li 11 nit to lhe noitli'e.isicoiiici of O C  Ueiiipsujs claim them e noith SO clinins ilienci.  iic-l s|l di 1111- tlii'iu e south SO chains thence  east SO (hanis m the plnieoi lieginniiig conui in  .nj-ii-i'1 :n-ii's    (^  cist   so   chains   to tin* |ilnl( ol In    Inning 11111-  t ,1 ill ui.; iMll.icics '  I)   1). llliks   I.111 Un,  \ 11.11 k. tl \nml  ,1'. iViinliieiieint.'nl 11 l'ost iihoiii 'T nulesmist  nl ilu low 11 m Moi'iisscv biuir! (hi south cist  I'oiuct post mlj icenl 10 the ninth uciimiiii  post ei w K. Miiiuis tl llni llienii_ mill sn  1 h'lins ihence wesl SO eluuiis tin nei1 souih Su  elfluifs. tliciii e east SI) eliiiins to ilu pl ici of he-  f;iiiiiiifj; coiiltilnin^ riW nines  William Domihoe   l.iutiloi  A   lluikeu Arliu  HI    C'oniiiieiiciiif,".it a pnsiAhnut Jl null" east  01 tin loiin of M011 ls.ijj hunt; lhe   noilli   nisi  eofiiei   post nilj.icciit  10 tin south enst c. 111 nei  nl   (iem-^e   ('.    IJosc's   i limn    theiiK    1101 ill SO  eliiiins  iiieiiie Mi'slSO clit uis  thenie   south so  eliains. thence east SD ill mis lo the pl ice ol he  ^'itinins; eoiiliiiiiini; IWII i.eu s  Miifi  A   Miilui    l.oinloi  A   Uuikeit    \'{eni  Haled this ihiul dav of Uiieniliei   I'll).' 'll  Ol.ll llllllllk  (II    lMl-lliU tlllMs  'lltiilu'   unit  ***? jgr- Vooa's Phoipiodlnt,  The Great English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Can��d��   Only sellable medicine discovered.   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MO'I'IOH Isheii-h.i i;ive'i Uul nu   ipplK.111011  will lie lniulc 10 the l.iKislaliue 01   Hi Itish   Co  luuilna al its next Session foi .111  \et to inioi  poi.ue  the  -'Kootenai',    C.uiboo   and   eaillli  liailH iv Ooiiipnin    loconsti net uul opeiatt, a  line of l{:nlw,i\ loi the cai i\lmf of 11 citcliL anil  piisscngi'is      Conimoiiclnt;   it   1   point   on  the  On mi 1 i.li] I'ni'iile Kiuluav it 111 neiu the 'I'onn  01 fiolileii in the 1'ioviiiee of llntish ('oluiuliin  then/c Xoilh-W'esiei lv following Ih. ionise 01  lhe Cul'iiiilna mul (,'iuiin: K'veis to .1 point at 01  neai Ten* .lanne f'nelic Iheni e V01 th-Wi stt 11\  lolioiunj; th liii'sc of the   Fi isei   Itnei   lo a  point   .11    01    lie,u    (iisctniii      Poll, IR.'    Iheiue  i^\  Wi'steilv lollmiiii'; the eonisi 01   tin   Vuliiin  and Skcena 1{i\ci s or li\   tin    inosl   iimieiiieiii  iouli',10  tide Miitei   111 01 neu l'oil Simpson  with aulhoi Hi lo coiisti'net a hinm li line to lhe  Town ol llnKci .'iIlu, ami oihu hiatii h lints not  cticciliiu; life, mil&t e.uh in   leni4th      Also to  conneci with an 1 eiiui   11110 milium;   uiiuiKe-  inenls  \ml1i  iinv  othei   Huhiiis  siiiiuie neu  said pinposed |{,uli\,i\ 01  un   pun iheieof   10  iei one tniin anv (iovei iiniint  in 1 son 01   liod\  coipoiale. Kiiinls ol   land    nione\     01    oihei  assets 111 md or I'oiistinctlon of sud  lindi ilak-  uit;. hi Hi power to coiistuit t mul npeuili   tele-  i;iaph 11ml telephone lines fin tiie put pose of its  business unci lot ihe public, and with  poivei to  own. use and opci.ite M.uei poners convcnleiit  Lo the load toi then lailwnvaiiiloiliei pmposes  with power tn own and opetate steamships anil  shipping  ami build and  01 eel   llie   neeessaiv  wliaues and with such oihei powcis.ind pnw-  ]('.;('s as aie usirtlli   j;im>ii to  Wailwav C'om-  p.lines  Dated at h'011 "-lecle this IU1I1 daj ofOclohei'  l<i()i $  Ai * I1AHVKV Jt McOAHTr.R,  SoluiLois foi Applicanls.  NOTICE.  ICl'^Hldllc   I'1!  tl IKIli''   Millet.ll Claims.     '  Semite In the (.'on Slule Mniiiii; imisiouni  I'nst Konli nni Disi 1 li t  Whuo liu mul Allhelii'inl nf Hull Khei  mul \\ lid I Uu -c em I,  "'like nolli ( Ihiul .IiiiiiiaA liuuc), 1*. M.C.  No II H'KHI' III tui|; fm uiisi If tlllil ilsuuelll foi  Thomas M.u hiul I'MO No ^171 and  Uniu I* (nlleit   I'ii c Mim i's Ociiitlciiie  No  lltHUri mli ml sivt\ dajs fiom the Utile  hiuol to ipph to ihe Mining Keioidei foi 11  On litliute of I iuiiu einents. Mi ihe puipoxv nf  iibliuiiliig 11 Oiown 1.mnl of <l1ii, ubove cluini.s  Mid lui ilu 1 uki nothe tliut ncuon undei  Sdilnii ir 11111st he ( 011111111SLi.1l hi (oie the iisii-  ii 1111 nl sm h On 1KI1 nd of Iuipioii'iiii'iiis  Dnli il tills <i(h dm of Ottoliei, IflO-J  ��' .1   A   HAltVUV  MINIIKAI. AOT, 18%  (I''OIUl  R)       <;  CHIIIHt  AIL  Ot   IMl'linVtUt \ IS  NOTICE.  ���I'ldspcciors Die.un",   -Old Abe"  and  "lien H'oi" Mineial Clainis  ISiLuiK  ill llie l'ou Sinli Mining lln Isiiin 01  illlsl ICilllllll.ll   nlsllll'l t  Win 11. loi nit il ���On Wenxei Oieek  'I'nki iml 111 Unit 1 Jiunes V  Hani i   1'  MO  No     IS-IPKiu Sieting as' agent fin John o (iieeti  h'.MC.VO     nt.0-J.ID     j'sh'iw   l-iiikd    I'MO  No    HbOH'1    .loseph II   l.ftidhui    1'Al (J   No  M-tr.l'i       Oiango    S     |.'ii//ell    y m c    No  lltiii-jrii   nnd 1'iid 1��   Nnrb(ii\    1'iee Aiiuei s  Oeniiiiite  \'o     M4IMS , iiiund   sixti   days  fiom  lln* due  In 11 01    to appl, ui lhe Mining  Uuoiilii loi a Oi 1 illume of linpiiiieiiienis  101  lln piuposi nl iiiii.iiuiiig 1 Oiown (.innl  of the  tilioit 111 im��� *  Mnl IiiiiIk 1 lake  liotlic Hint hi linn,   undei  seition !7 niiisi in* (iiniineneeil befoie the issn-  UKiol sin li Oei tilh iti nf lnipiuvi'ineiits  Dtitetl tin. Jlih il,i\ of OitolX'i, IMU  li- .1    \   II VliVI'V  iMIVKKVl.   UT  1 ultM  K  1S9��  ('blflliK Alii ("If IMHUOl hMKNIS,  NOTICE.  Th  ,iiid  Arena".   ������Ai-on.i   react 101  ��� 'tot 11111l.11 d" Miiit'L-al iJl.iinis.     ,  /-SiluiiK in th) l.'ou su 1 le Aiming Division 01  I hist IvIIOtOllH*.   Distill t  Win 1 c limited - On the wesl hunk 01 the east  f<>! k lit   Wild  lllllsc ( ll(.k  Take iioIik, 1)1 u I, .1 A llaivei l.'ii e Minei s  C eililliali \o lMI'WO igt lit foi v1l>�� i'olson  1'iee Minei s t,i tiiliate No H'i'Kl , IJolieit  1 'olv-nii I'm Miui'i s (eilillmti No 11 89sj"  Chestii I' Wluti 1'iee Mum s Oeitiln uto No  ' II 00J7I Oioige I. Dims, Kiee Minei �� Oei-  tiilinle No UtlO-ll-1 ^ .lames r AiniHtiong  Adininistiaini 01 the I'slHle 01 ,Inhn (.. McMillan 1'iee Minei s C eililliate No UtiOI99  Nili    C'ooiiLi      1'iee   Miners   ('eililliali    No  1111.1)07 I-'iuleiu k 11 r.liiiendoi 1 0\ei 11K11  ot tin Kstiili if ,1 niiiiea lllliieiuioil l-'ici  Mineis reitithnii. No 15.7171 and the  Ninth Still Mining (���onipniii l.iiuinit I'ici.  Minei sOeilill(ale No li -t.l'iOSi itiimiil, sixlv  diiysfinm ihedtite Iiciloi touppli In the Mining liecoidei toi a Oei titlcate of liupiovcnieiils  Inr the pm pose 01 obtaining Oiown (.i.ints ot  llie iiboie eluuiis  And nut her lake notice that anion, iinuoi  Section 117. nnisi, in- ( omuieni.ed heloie llie Issuance of such Cei lith all 01 Inipiovcineiits  Onicd this nth iluj of c)( lober  l'WJ  ���IN .1   A   HAKVIJV  WI  follol  In ad 1  I'mi liii  (ast of"]  miles ml  nil.in I'.n"  poilion   of'  Columbia  XI     Ooinmei^  miles (,ast of tlnS  inltlul post  of IH^  south west em-iiei'!  (Oinei of,I   I.  MuiuH  (liuins noi th  theiKe)  chjlui iliaiiii south  l)1\  in the place of beglnnlm]  I'Hh it this thlul du>  K   U   OAV  ��     Ulil ItCL  X'J Comiiieiielng ul a post being the noi ir  wet coinei of M i: Millci s 11 llni ailjiuiitio  tlie souih west Loinei of 11 Li Diulss 11 dm  ilieiuu south elghn chains thenee east cigliti  ihains, thence uoi lb elglitv chains, lln in e west  (IghtV cli ilns 10 lhe pl.ue of h( ginning 1011-  inlntngiUO in ies  M hi MlMViKIt l.oi 1101  A llni lull Agent  XI C'omineni mg ,11 a post Ik ing the noilli  cast coi nil adjai cut lo tlie souili wesL loinei  of 11 1! intviss 1 lllilll thenee south eighti  ihains, illume wi si 1 Ighli chains, theiue 1101 lb  elghij (ha.ns, ihenie(.ist;elght\ eluliis to tin  pl.ue of begiiiniiig tout lining li-in .11 ies  A    I.   DAVIS    l.ocatoi  t f      A  llaekett Agent  X-i Oom111e11c111g.it ,1 posl bums.' the soutli  east eoi 1101 adj icenl 10 the south west imuei  of 11 11 Dnviss 1 laim thence noilli eight*,  (liuins ihence wisloighii eliains, tlieiuc south  i igbu (hams tlienee cast ulgbM chains 10 the  place of beginiiing lontiiiniiig IU0 acies  .1   I.   MANV1NC1   l.oi not  t '   A   1 l.ll Kelt   Aguil  XT ('01n111encl11g.il u post bung the 1101 th  west coinei siiuated about sixteen miles easi  of lhe low 11 of Mon isse\ In mg tlu initial posl  of Alice rn litis s (laim tlienci sniilh cigiu\  chains thenie lasteiglu\ chains tlieiuc noith  (ight\ ch ilns ilici ie wisl eighti 1 h.ilns to iho  pliK e of In ginning, containing MO ,i< ies  ' AMC1. I'AIIKV   r.(i(,LLOI  A ll.ukctl \g( nt'  XH Ooinmeneiug at.i post being the noith  i istcoiiiei adjiudil to the uoitli 111 si iiiinei  of Mini r.ihej s (111111 theme souih iightv  i li.iins, tin uce wesL 1 iglu\ 1 halus, tlu m 1 mn Hi  1 Ighlv (liuins iliem e i tsicight\ (li.iins to tin  pl.u c ol iKgiiiniug iniiiaiiiiiig 1)11) ai k s  NOI{\  I'AUI'.V. I.oiatoi  '.\    ll'K uci 1     \gl 111  XT I'oiiimeiidnig.iiii post being lhe noilli  easlioinei ,ulj u cut 10 Uu souili t.islcium 1 ol  VVilliuiu lioMHlini'<,(���! um lln in c south eights  1 luuns iheni 1 wi si eigliis (li.uns, llieme 1101 th  tights ihains, UiiiKC e.isicighis eliains 10 the  place ol hi ginning iimlauilngMO iu ies  M XV UNO MSI I   T.ocaloi  A   llatkelt, Agenl  r. 11  < ing the noilli  M  mst  (dim 1  Agenl  XJ1    ( iiiiiiik 111 ing nl a posl  e isi 1 01 in 1 .iiljuciiL.lii the  sou,  ol  ('Innles   Mel/s (| ilm   Ilu 1111 .Dud,  c|..]m  1 lninis  iheiu 1 iw s| (i^jhts ( hums i, n,e noun  1 Iglus ' hiuns  lln in 1 nisi eights ��� lujls n, iiiu.  plu 1 of In ginning,. out uiui'g til') ik >^      *  Ki:m.i.l'A   I.O(.AN   l.iHS,,,  A   Uuikeit   \,,���i  XJ.1   f'oinnieiK ing   it  a posi   ibout   t,uut\'  toili null s souili nisi o| ibe town  ol   Mmuvu-s  mil a lion I  two uiihs mst oi dm Initial pnstVi  Daises Aiideisons s 1 1,lllll being ihe 1101 III win  (Oinei tin uce souih ciglus iluiiis tin nee c.im  eights   chains   thenie   uoitli   iighis    ihilns  Lhencc west eiglits chains lo lln   phue ol   In-'*  ginning luiilainingiiKI acies  THOMAS 1*.  POSTIIIt   r.ointoi  A llni ki it Agi ill  Xil Oommoncliig .11 1 post nbouL twefns  miles soulh;i,ist (iljthi tusuijol Mousses and  about Iwn mih s souih;ol Hie initial pus. of I '  It Dniiss 11111111 inljiMiit lo Llie souili c isl  imuei ol Ch uhsS Clutts s'.d.um hdng thi  uoitli ( |s| iiiiiui thenie south eights ihnns  tlienci wesL eights ihains tin ikcjiku th ughis  1 li.uns'tlu nee (.1st i ights ihains 10 the plm  01 In ginning (om uiiingMi) ai ies       ' '  CIlAltl.l.S (. Ul^Mi'Sri l.ouitin ���>  1 ', A ll.uld it Agi nl  Xl'i C0111111e1iLi11g.il n posl ibout iigliiieii  mill's souih 1 isl of tlie town or Mimisscs  idjKinl to Uu south nis( loinei o| A 11  Uukiss 1I11111 binig ihe noilli we-l 1 01 in 1'  Llienii' south 1 iglits cli uns tlienii   ( asl   lights  I lilllll-   tlll'IK (' IIOIlll I IglllS   ( ll.lills   lllillll   WISI  1 iglils 1 hains 10 tin   pl.ue ol  bigiiniin;   ion    -<  lllllltllg hill III 11 s '  '' W   I'. 11 SNN'  l.oi um  it.  A Jii    ('oniincm 1^��� ...  jr-* "' "   *os   br in/ fli  I   IS,   ,01111.1   UlM^t^t   tOtili- -.MILll,      1    V,  ail":^:^^^^^^  uoi I h  i-l tollici nl  or >sgi uniu  Phil (���  Ill  "ltllllllllg(i|ll,icv  -��� v "-;" Y U'<: l,0o,',,r"{ '-0, ,������  XB    foiiiineiiciiig it 1 post about isscnts  t^l    ,lv.      > -zz-A- "   'I UK(>it  A..(.m  iles e ist 01 tin lown of Mon issi s.   being tlu'      ,     �� Co'"''ieii( Injr ,11   ,  ���r   .  ,'""1   t��.IHl  'Monisse,    ���,.  NOTlCjfl.  lilO  I lion  The   special   edition     of    tho  Scientific American,   devoted   lo  Transportation on Land and Sea  cannot fail to attract widespread  interest,    both   bocau.-o   of   tin  very handsome manner in which  it is gotten up and on account ol  the voluminous amount of  inlor  mation   that   il   contains,.      ft is  safe   to  say   that   anyone   that  reads  it  carefully  through v. ill  find  hiin-,ell   llioruiiLrhlv   posted  both   a-s   to   the   uiitiriiil tide   and  hipli c|iiality of our railioad-s and  , shipping,    rrhe Scientific Amor  ican   has   its own   chsiracl.oi'i.slAic  way   of   pi'i'sentin^    what  some  people mi<*;lit cii.ll-dry   statistical  ma.ttcr   in   an   iiite.i'i;sl,iii<4   form,  and the prosenl, ninnhe.r i.s no exception to the rule.      I.JoMi artist,  and editor have- coliiilioraled  -to  certainly   very   <^ood   oll'iict. and  WO believe Iho number will meel-  everywhere   with   a   hearty   reception. 1  ('lllls S C lute, l.ocilloi  A U.Kkett. AgenL  'i Coiniiieiu itigat 11 post abonl I'i miles enst  of the lossn ul .Mniu-ses being Lhe south west  i oiner post mljaceiiL ir; the 1101 tli west, 1 m net*  post oi .j r Mi Amies s 1 hiiin ilu uce 1101 tli  sll (hums iheiu e e��-��i sn ill.mis ihciKe 'mull  s(i chain- theiu e wi si M) ihains 10 the pint c ot  I'i vi nil lug ion la 1 n int.' MO acies  William schlii I,. I.ocitrn  \ Um kilL Am 111.  IU ('olillilcllclng.lt ,1 p,ilsL 11I111111 :.M liiilcseasi  01 III.'town ol Mon isscs, lieing the noilli west  idijiei iidjiieiit 10 tin noith ssi'st coinei post  of M II Miiioanns ilu in thence soutli Hi)  ili.iuis, tlii'iiie east su 1 Mai 11-. iheiu c unit li WJ  li 1111- tin ik e wist sii eluuiis 10 Ule plm 1 ol  )" gin m ng 1 on I'D mug till) 11c 1 es  11   I'  Mitchell. Locum  A   Ilm kell   Agent  11     < i, 111111 om in;r at a post 111101 it Jtl 111 ill s 1*11 si  "l   lln'  tuiiii   ol Mniiiss, \   In Ing the iioilIi eiisl  olllil   post adjlll ( III   In Ilic   IIOIlll    lll'sl   iiinii'i  Ili'St ot  ii    I      Mill lll'lls I lilllll     lllillll'   -out li   sll  II.lllls Hi, in ,    He.1 Sll   , Illl 111-     i,||i ik e    lllillll Mil  'III-  luuns  tin in .   1  IM "(i, |, iin ,  to  pl u  ol     III  liiliC i 1  Illl   111 L 1 III  1   HI III   II  s  M    It   Mn.  IW.III     1  ,oi nlol  A   Ilm  .I'll. A  '1 III  c  1:  1.1 tin  , "un  A   11  1  l HI 1 hums   | h, 111  'Villi .IH'.chlillii.t'i I'hl  Ci.iiiiii. in Hie ni 1 posi .1 Iuiiu Is miles! nst  town ui M' s, (   1.1 in., in,   si,mi,  VV|.M  l' post  a it J,11 1 III   lull Ill h 1 list  1 iiml 1 III  llli l,�� claim  Hi   1101 Ih sm liiiinstii, in ,  III ll   xii ( li 11111 s    ih,mic,  'I    hegllllliill!,    I'Kllllllll-  111; c.III uci  .1.  ill. 1 ticks. I.ociitnr.  ,  A. Ilni'lii'il.. Agent...  1:1.. (  ulinii  ���tii'ini:  <lf   (he  t  .��11 1  f Mon  c.irnei-  |,"-|  il'ljlie  or   Williiiin  IIOIlll 1  chains.  then  ce   ens  chains.  them  e ive-l  nl n post, nliiiiit t; 111 il,..,, ,,���t  ���ey helm:  the  s,,,,, |, ������ .;w,  III.    I" llie>iii|l||.,.|is|  eon,,.,.  1..'--   eiiiiin , l.lienc.' iiiirtli Mil  1.   KfI cluilim,  llieuee s,,iiili  ,i.|i  I..KH eliains 1.0 i.hc plm i !���-..  MiiiiiiiiK.eiiiiUiiniiig III" acres.'  , ��� ��� SK'i'l ilic .Mn l.theivti.   I,ii|.|i|in-,  ,     ���   A.'lliii'ki'ti. Ai;eni.  , I-l. CoiuiiieiK'-ing al u posl aboul IS miles cast  oi the. L.i.vii of .Mo.nis-it-y being the. soiuli east.  eoruer adjueeul to ihe north west corm:  ;r of W.   Montreal  NOTICE is lieiebs gisen that an  application  is ill be maile 10 llie I'ailinmciu or Camilla :u Us  next Session  for an  Act lo   incoi-poi.iic   the  ICooteua.s C'niiboo anil I'acille Hullwiiv C*oni-  liaiis ' to eonsiuicl anil opei.ue a line of  limits as foi tbe e.iii.suig of Ireiglit and passengers'  Coniiiiencing al 11 point on the Canadian Pacilic  l.ailwiis'at 01 neai the Tosvn of Colden in  the  I'los'iiice of  ISutish Columbia, thence Noilh-  Westcily following ihecouise of the Columbia  mil  Canoe  Uueis  lo .1  point at 01 neai Tele  .Inline Cache tlienee Noiih-Weslcrly, lollowing  the eouisc of llie h'liiser ltis-er 10 a point nl 01  near Cliscome I'oi luge, llieuee Westoily follosi-  ing the course of  ihe  iS'eehaeo  and  Sl.eena  Kis-eis or lis ihe most (ons-eiiieiit rotile to tide  iiatei at or near I'oir Simpson, svilli authoi'itv  to   constiuci  a   branch   line   to the Town of  li thei ulle. ami oilier In.inch lines not exceeding li'ts- miles each in length      Also to connect  null mnl enter into iimulugiiriaugemeiits with  am' oihei K.ulii'iiys situate in ai said  pioposed  Hallway or am pail   iheieof.  to  icceis-e fiom  .tits   (lotcrniiicnl.   peisou  or body   corporate  gi.mts of l.iiul  inones' 111 otlier assets in  aid ol  eousti iicliou ol said   iiinlei taking,  ss'ith power  tu i unsii net ami  update    nhgiapb  anil  lele-  phoiii lines lot Liu-pin J.osc ut ils inisiiiess  ami  lui llie pul.lK   aud Willi poisei mown, use ami  upe-iiiLc waiei poweis ( uns eiiieul   10  llie  roail  till     tlllil     lllllwas'    tUlli   oLlll'l    piiipuses    wilh  puwei   to  own   aiul   iip'ialc   sliamslilps   ami  shipping  anil   liiiihl a   il  eieii   the   ueiessaii  s\ liu isi-   inn1   nlih   sm li   oihei     poweis   aiul  pi l\lli His    is   me    iisiiiIIs    1 mn    lo    Itallltal  ( ouip mli s  Hatcil 111 I'm I Sn ele this lilih ilns of Ocloliei  I no:  l.i 11 -VltV IIV .\  MeOAIlTllll,  Siillcli.iii'.s for Applicants.  ���������      ^)T1CE_   ; ..'!.���"���  Mn-rii'ik:'   The   liriiisli," ('u I mnl ilu   Si nit hern  l.'niliviiy (���oiii|i;iny will :ip|)ly Lo Ihe Oiii'lliiiiinui  ul ciiuniiii'iil Itstievl session forlhe passing of  nu 'uci cxleniliiii: Ibe Hun;   foi1 coininencenieiil  mnl   eouiplelion  ul  llie 1'iillw'iis' which was nu-  I ���  tin nl zed; by 1.lie Ai'i of  I'lirliaincni  of (.'aiiiuhi.  i'.:;-ii:i Vli tiiria.C'liiipli'.l'i'i'i. to const met. iu-i|iiiie  iiml iipeint.' Ii.itisi'cii a puliil oii lis  railway   iu  the iielghliorbiiiiiiiir l''orl Steele'iiml a point at  or neu r ColVlen nii I lie ( 'iuiiu I ian i'acille riiilivny  I'.y (inter (if The lioiuil. '  :        II. CAM I'll ELI., OSWALD, Seert'tary.  1, 13th Nos-. 190'i . ,  Vi  MINERAL ACT  CGIITIKItiATl: OF ISllMlOVI.Ml.N'IS  NOTICE.  Miiplu Lent Frnct.ioniil  M inorul Claim  Situalo 111 the Port Steele Mining Ulslslon of  South East ICooieuas-.  Whciu located.���On Um klnliei is Mountalii  adjoining lhe Xoith Slai Milling Conipinss  piopcuy.  Tnke notice thai 1, .1 L I'.ukci I'leelluieis  Ceititicute H.lItiKS, as Agent Toi lhe N'oith  Star Milling Company. Limited, Eice Minei s  Ceilllicate. H l.i Slill. intend si\ts (lavs fiom tin  date heieor, to apply to the .Mining Kc'coidei  fur a Certlticaie of linpios-emrnts, fin the pui-  pose 01 obtaining a Oiown Oiam of the alioie  1 laim  Ami  liiithei   lake   notice that tietion,  mull 1  seel 1011.17, must be commenced hefoie the issuance 01 stu h Cei lihcale nt Impioseinetils.  .1   I.  1'AltlCEU, Agent  Uilleil Ocloliei 'Will, IMU U  noilli wisl iuiiu 1 idjKcui 10 the south west  coinei of W1II111111 II i( keit s (laun tlieuu east  eights (hams ilunci south eiglns ih uns,  llieuee rwi st 1 if,hls 1 h mis, tlu 1110 noith (iglus  (luuns to Uu |il m ul begiiiniiig 1 niii.ilning tm'i  iu 1 es '  MAIUON  rOWELL   Loiaioi  t \  llacltett Agent  X') Coinnii iicingat 1 posl nlioiil(1tiii'iitv two  ini'i s eisl 01 the town of Moiiissey betngHlii  initial iiOsi of ('Inn les" Austin s < hum tlieiuc  noilli eights 1I1 iiiis Liiencessest eights chains  Ihence sniilh 1 i���hls chains, thenco east eights  (hums to pi u i ol In ginning' loniaiuing (tin  tines V    , ,  OU SULKS AUSTIN-An.notiiftt',      -  t 1,       A  llaekett  Agent  X10 C'omnienciiigat a post being the south  west loinei adjnient 10 tlie south ������ 1st (oinei  of C hailes Austin s il um tlu uu noilli ii���ln\  (lulus tin nt 1 e isl eights (li mis Ilu nei south  tights (hanis thciu i wesl eights 1 hains to lln  plan of In ginning 1 out lining till) 11 it s  r 1)  Is   Mi DONALD   Looitui  \ Jim kt li Agent  VII C oinnieiK mg at a post iiliout twinls  foui imltsi ist ol the low not Mom-sis hi in���  tlio Initial post Clinsleiu Smhisons cl um  lliLiiee noith eights (buns Ilu iue ssest lights  chains tin 111 e soutli lights ih uns tin 1111 e 1st  eights (hiuns to pluc of higitmlng iiiiihiin-  ing bio icus  OHKISI'EN's.   VNDI K'SON    Loi mn  A   II K In It Agi nl  XI!    Coiiimcini ing nl  1 post hungthi south  west ( 01 nei adjaceni lo tin south 1 ist ( 011111 01  < lulslt-ntt    Audi ison s   iliun    tliinic    1101 th  lights (luuns  them c cast eights ( hiuns tlienii  smith eights (luuns the mi west eights   ihiuiis  In phii 1 of beginning ( oiiliiiiiing niliiu ies  MAlll'L ANOl USC)NT  l.oiutoi  A lliuletl \gcnt  XII Commencing it 1 post being lln 1101 lb  ssest 1011111 iiiIjik 1 nt to tin south west 101 nei  of ChiisLenn Andeison s < 111111 llti.nu south  lights ch uus tin nu t tsLiights cliiins tliinic  noith eights 1 hains llituii su sti iglus 1 halus  to tin plu ( of li.ginuliig 10111 lining (ill) uus  (..UAOI    Sll \\V   1 iiuiioi  A   lliukdi    \gi at  YH Couimeni lug ut 1 po-i In ing the noith  ( isl 101 m 1 aiijiiu ul to tin south i ist (011111 of  rluisltna A uibi sons 1 hum tin 1111 south  tights 1 Inilns tin 111 e wisi ugliu ihiuiis  thence uoi th eights 1 luuns ilu 111 e u'si eights  1 hams to the plan* of hi ginning 1 on lain Ing nil)  icies  1 DWSItl)  ANDI KSON'   Loi ami  S   11 u ki tt.   \gint  VI1 Coniineni mg al 1 post ihoul twents  loin miles soutli 1 isl 01 lln ton no! Moinssis  iml about two inih s souih of tin initial post 01  I dwanl Sudi ison s (1 ilm hung tin south easl  1 01 nei or Isaln ilu Audi i.ihm I 11111 tin m e 1101 th  1 ighlS ( h tins I In mi wist eights (h ilns  tin uu south eights 1 h ll in   them e 1 usl eight s  I Indus   10   pl 111   nl In (.'liming   1 mil lining dli)  1  II I    s  Is SHELLS  AN'DI KSON   l.oi UOI  S   lliukdi    \gdil  ?v es south e.isLoi  jiu'il   lo th,   .out!,   w.sl ,'oV,,e"  at  "  tuiiii in  MnhV.   Hi-"'    LiKine mini,  llieneos-^'t'W|'Ls ilm,,,  ( buns tlie0 '''st oig  '"   Mais  ""H   dm  ""   **OIIl|| ,,,,..,  n% "'lis i���  ,,,,    , 'U  ut beginning.'J|��"ni>ra'tiWiI,I(_s       "' I" itc  1 ''        a   ,,        Jj<1l��loi i  A   HiKkci Age,,, V i  X-S    C'onnnon(int,.,.0s|   ,,,       ��      ,  lluee miles south eauof tl v n n���  '"V^'U  and..bout two inll��^llh 0l lll(. ,���'���, ,, ���VM-^        ;  0 G  OiMupsessiiXhelugthoimilul  ������sl o^i^l  l'lmolhs   KaL,  ilauu jtlieii, e  south  , lK\x\s  Yout' attctilion is culled 1,0, l,ln  "l'ioncei' r.iii)iti.',(l" trains of tlie "Mil-  iviiuluai it St. I'juiI rttiilsvjiy." '."I'liu only  perfect, trains in the svorld." ,  You will find it, desirable 1,0 ride on  I.I108C t.rains svheu tfoiti^ to any point, in  t'.lii; lOtiatcrn SttLles or Cunad'u. 'ritey  connect, svilli all TriuiHeonlaiieiiUil  '.r.fiijiis and all Ticket, Affenis sell  tickets. I-  Vov furtlier Information, piiinplilets,  etc, ask any Ticket. A^entor  It.  J... KG Iti), II. S, KOWI!,  'Pass. Ao'out, General Agent,  SPOKANE. PORTLAND.  *Cin    ( iniinii 111 ui), 11 11 posl being the south  west  ( 01 m 1   ailjuiui to   Ilu south ias| 1 oiik 1  of  Is tin 11 1    Anibisous   , laim     I hi 1111    noith  ill,   I    1 lie ins Ilu tu 1 1 nst , Ighls 1 luuns  th   11  souih    i���hls 1 li ti 111-  Iluiui  wist tight)  iliun  In   Liu     1 Im 1     1 I    In gliiiiliu.     1 mil lining   1  1  III   IIS  li \ I III I.I SI     SVDI  ItSOV    I m nun  '    Ihu kill    Ac ut  XI* ( iiiiiui iu iii|, at a posl In ini, lln uoiih  wi nt 1 01111 1 mlj u 1 nl lo Ilu soutli 1 nsi (Olllil  Ol Isillnlll Mull Isnll s lilllll Iluiui souili  1 IhhlS ��� Inilns 1 In 1111 1,is( 1 Ighls ( Inilns LIkiik  ninth 1 Ights 1 I1111111 Iluiui su s| ( Ights 1 hnlus  lothi plm 1 ol li giutiiiiL, (onliilnliig tl-tl) ai 11 s  M I ROSSI LL Localoi  S   Um kill    Si'i ul  VIH C011111K ui lnr U a pns| In 1 ng ilu 1101 lb  iiisKoiuci uljiui nl to Ihi smith 1 nsi coiik 1 or  Isiil ill 1 Andeison s 1 limn tin 1*^1 south 1 ighls  chains Iiiiiui west i ighls (hulii*-! tin 1111 noilli  eighty chttiiib theuce eubt tight) cliains to the  (liuins iljeine wesl eights ei, 1,���s the,,,, 110rl|n  ( ghtsyiiains  Ihence east eights <l s  to Uu  plnc-'^r hi ginning ( out lining did ik l( s   ,  TLMO'l'lJYil'Alfl'S    Lo, 1101  \     lllll klLt      Sm'III  XJ'i ( oinmin, mg it 1 post In m��� u��� ���r���,h  west, 0111, 1 iidjii ���t to lIk until! post 01 Um  oibs I Uus - 11 um lliuiii souih i ighu (huus  ih uu insl , ighu di 1 ns u, ,���, ���, ,,,, ( ^,|U  (luuns tlu in, ssisl lights 1 h uus to Uu pin, e  otluginniii" unit 1111I1K, hit) in,s  M \ls\   1   Mil 1    11    L(��� ,������  \   11 iikiu, \ ,nt  \ *i> l onimi'iK ing at 1 pn^i liemg Uu stnlh  wish01 net ulj 111 nt 10 Uu miu ii p,,si oi \<im.  oihs I ilu s s (1 um ti,, n(t um ih , ,__),!N t|, lms  iheiu c 1 isl (ighls 1 Iuiiu- llicmc south iijus'  (linns Uu ik ( wist iuiiu ehitins (o tin p I u e  of Ik ginning ' out unlng d|t)   icies  , ^uo^rASrl^\II| -��   i n(ni���,  A   rfuUrll   Atont  Xtl     ( omiiKiuuig it 1 post about tsi( nts Hie  miles south ( asl of the lossn or Momssis   finlj  iliout   1110   miles   1 is|   or   the iniiiiil  posi r  \  'Innoihs I1 ilu s sti vim lieing the 1iu)ul   p'Sl I  or   M 111111   ntigslirms  (lum   thei  y   sd'tli  lights    (hains    Uieuu    wist     eigliU - J1 if us,  lluiiu 1101 tb < ighls i hiuns  the uce c 1st 11%is  chilns to tin   plm   or beginning  eont tin y?  tilt) 11 11 s "'V  MAKIIN   nr.lKlSTUOM, Locatoi        "'  A   .^-s^'? .tjpjtu \  K12 Coiiiuii tu ing HI I post b( inj' Ul( uoitli  west, 011111 uljiui 11110 tin, noith uist toi mi  of Miilui lliigslioms (lum tlieiuc south  (Ighls ( h tins Uu uu , nst 1 l���h(s 1 hultis: (heme  1101 III , ighls ( h nils lb '"in e is( si eights 1 h uus  to tin plm or In ginnin.' 1 out inning Illl) in 1 es  P.I'IIAV \ I'ATHKIt Loinlui  ���Ml A   /J u kilt   \g(iu  D iti il this ihiul d is 01 Dei en hei   \  l)   ifi(i>  NOTICE.  NOTIC 1'is Ik k bs gisen tin, 110 dns,"! vfloi  due I Inti nd to ippls-s. liu I.hk r Coinmls-  sionei 01 L1 mis mil Woi..h\<i-I Vlelojlifot  pi 1 mission 10 puKhisi tin .nllnu,"^ I uuls  siliul, ,1 lu South I* isl   Knoli ills '  ( oinmi 111 Ing ll 1 prist pl 111 oil tl lite Souih  I istioiuei of ( |> 1 iind s puu h ise 11c 11  W iiiiiui IS C Ilu iu i sniitli h'r h Uus Ilu me  1 1st -It) ( h uns 111 ik 01 li ss 10 tin west b ink or  Uu Kooli n is Ittsii tin tu e ii| the slid ICooli  nit Km 1 lo tin sou Hi bin ol 1 I" II tun plm ss >  pun li tsi 01 South \\ iiiiiui'- "iciii 1 s.i i "'  1 Iuiiu- mon 01 hsslo tlu pl'11 of b( .inning  PI I f   IIIVMOHI  Dilul Noscinh, 1 I'll, I'W! !'���  iMINICItAL AOT  iS'iii  ( POKM   P    )  ( I l.'l ll-IOA'l I    OP  JMI'I.OS I Ml NTS  NOTCE  IVIIK.II,   11KA< I IIKIIM.I      WD   ��P(  MINI l< V    ( L\IMS  Situate In tin   " n' ^| I     "   of I. ist IsdOlcn n V��'  Win 11 Ira an d  M us's rlsi 1  I ilu    Notice   llli  Minei s C( itlllc Ui-J  invii ir. ml i'i ng(l^  I'lCO M'nei s Ci if  Aim  Klik    I'' Mj  lluidl'i,   PM C  Wrtglit  I'm  Ml  inliuu si\ts ili>T  ihe   .  ulng ItiT  piovemi nt      ii  i'rnssn Oi mt or thi'  And  rui tin 1   t ihj  set lion l~ miij  ante or siulii  Dated thi.  t-\\  IV \  >tl\  4


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