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The Prospector Feb 28, 1903

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Array j. F. Arutstroug  ��� "j-\j-Lrii\ru\rinj\njyru\nj\nrinrinn&  5      l|]ilc-'ie-liel<*ill,  l'Yurle-*i. Seinic-     H  ?. lllillli 1(1 illli*l-e**.t i*Vi'l*\'li(i.!.\ .    ,5  p.        .suliM-rilie* im".*.. p  -:^ija!h>uiWT>iJutnlnj'Ln!n>i^iWn^Tlf iru ��,'���  mttttf  ���;< njjj\rinjy\nryyirii2J}nri.tt  5     A  Xe'M ~p-ipi*i*  lur lin- ]ii-ii|i1i-. [5  Ce        All tin* niiniii'.i m*u- uf ilu* ,5  S        eli-lric-t. '5  ' #uiJTiinjTnJT?UTJijTJiJi/TAjuij^^  Vol. 9.  FORT STBBUB, B.  C, SATURDAY, FBBRUARY 2S, 19QS  No 9.  NEWS OP THE WORLD.  Honor American Women.-- Anniversary of Kaiser's Wedding.--  The London Unemployed.  Command Marines In Philippines.  San Prunoisco,'Cal'., Feb. 27.  ���Colonel, Harrington, recently  in command nl' Ihe marine barracks at" Mure Island, will sail  tomorrow l'or the Philippines,  wife re lie will assume command  of the marine brigade in those  islands. , His successor at' Mare  Island is Colonel li., L. Meade,  who has been detached from.the  command of. Ilio marine barrack's  in .New York". _  London, Peb. 27:���If has been'  seriously announced in moro 1 hair  one Continental paper' this week  that on his return from South  Africa Mr.. Chamberlain will  be raised lo -the peerage as  Duke of I.irmingham. For a  variety of reasons Ihe report is  regarded' here as without foundation.' In ,tho first place., it is  believed that Mr.' Chamberlain,  like several othor'mon prominent  in public life in recent years,  cares little or nolhing for a. title.  It is considered, however, very  "'probable'that in day's to come  his charming and tactful American wife will receive the high,  honor "which was.conferred first  on Mrs.' Disraeli, then on 'Mrs.  \V. H. Smith.' and which, more  lalol'y. was offered to and refused by Mrs.  (iladstono.  The pretty notion of conferring on the wife the tille which-  for 'various reasons; a famous  husban'd may noi care 10 accept'  is said lo have, been lirsl suggested liy Queen Victoria herself.'  Should this come lo pass in favor of Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain,  she will be in the' peculiar position of being the first nntive-.born  American who has accepted a  title from a liritish sovereign.  THK   LONDON   liNKMI'I.OVKI).  London. Feb. 27:���The great  problem of the unemployed,  which is regarded as almost as  serious in London today as was  the case ten years ago when  riotous demonstrations were of  frequent, occurrancc. was the  subject of a national conference'  hold today al Cuild hall at Ihe  instanceof the Independent Labor  party. The participants included delegates from local authorities throughout the United Kingdom and representatives of the  chief workmen's and employer's  organizations. Tho conference  discussed general ' principles  which would regulale municipal  and other administrative bodies  \n dealing with llie problem.  Before adjourning preliminary  .steps wore la ken towards Ihe  formation of a permanent committee le> give elfect to the decisions of the conference.  ANNIVKliSAUY        OF K A IKUIt'K  WICniHN'C.  tterUn. Fob. 27.��� Emperor  AVilliain and the Empress celebrated the twenty-second anniversary of their wedding today  with a large dinner at the  Schloss, at which tin* members  of the-'Cabinet and other notables'-were present. ���  Prince . Wilhehn was 'married  to Princess Victoria of Schles-  wig-riolstein 'February 27, lftsi,  seven years before the former  ascended the throne. They have  seven children, six. sous a.nd one  daughter, the oldest' being the  Crown Prince Wilhehn.' now in  his twenty-first year, and the  youngest. Princess Victoria.  Louise, who will soon observe  her eleventh birthday: If is.  pleasing" to note, in view   of   the  royal scandals that so frequently  agitate the ditfe'reftt courts of  liiurope, that, no matter how  bitter the criticism directed to-  ward's the Emperor's political  jjolii;y there can be nothing but  praise for his clean and wholesome home life and its complete  freedom ' from every * trace of  scandal since he led his consort  fo the altar.  Montreal.���C. P. li. traffic receipts for the week ending February 2 Isl. were *2.ti57,O00. For  the same week- last year they  were; s|.f"!.:.\<.��uO.  Shanghai,--!f is reported in  Japan that liussia proposes to  obtain a loan for China to enable,  the latter to pay off. the iiidemiu-  ty-to-the powers.  AMONG-   THE  MINES.  -�����-  BLACKSTOCK FEELS SORE.   ���* ���  Threatens to Abandon War Eagle  Mine.���Tired of Factious Opposition.���Plain Talk to Oppositionists.  Financial Statement for 1902.  Vice-president Hlackstock, at  (lie annuaf meeting of the share-'  holders of the .War Eagle mine,  said:���'���! desire to say for myself, and T think T voice the sentiments of the president and the  whole board, that unless we can  got. if not cordial support, at  least cessation of the .opposition  which we have encountered from  ti       '  ihose   whose   interests   are    as  much at stake in the.solution eof  jf.l'iis milling problem as our own,  I we shall allow some'^one  else   to  'furnish money both'.foiptighl mg  i Miosc   people   iu   litigation;   and  for operation of mines.' We have  *    *���' '  met   with   opposition    from    the  government of' the province,  from labor unions, from the municipality and from the smelters  in our efforts to reduce cost aud  secure water necessary to mill  lour" low grade ores, without  j which, speaking for myself, I  believe every mine iu llossland  will be closed up and abandoned  within a comparatively few  months. This is plain talk but  is intended for those who apparently think we are afraid 10  abandon the mines, and will  therefore yield something to  their factious opposition."  The financial statement showed that during the year st^iS, 249  was spent on ths mines, and the  net receipts from sales totaled  only ��20.-{,24!t. The mine is now  in debt to the extemt of #083,101,  as against $04 1,5IS at the end of  1W)L  Placer Mining.���Developed Silver-  lead Mines.���Big Dividend Producers.���Little Joe .Mine to  Operate.  Fort Steele-Mining Association.  Lumber Cut in Fort Steele District.  A prominent lumberman, in  conversation with a Prospector  representative said: ������ "In my  opinion, the cut of lumber in  Southeasl Kootenay for H.*)?>,  will be the largest in the history  of the district. Orders in sight  will overtax the capacity of the  mills. The. demand for lumber  is unparalled, aiul dealer-; from  Ihe Northwest .Territories are  already placing large orders."  The construction of the Kootenay Central will augment ihede  mand lo a .-considerable extent.  The. building of .the proposed  Canadian Pacific, Spokane' extension will require: a large  amount of bridge timber.'Several  of'the.large companies are making,big improvements in their  plants in their efforts to meet, the  demand already in sight.  The recent soft weather has  retarded operations in ,the lum.  ber camps, but tlie cut in the vicinity of Fort Steele will amount  to y.UOO.OUO feet,  Old timers point out several  place on Wild Horse crock-where  fabulously rich placer gold was  found in the early sixties.   ,  The. Houndary district still  continues to ship ore, but the  output is -impaired by 'a coke  famine. '  Important progress is being  made em several mining enter-  prise.s;-"-"iii"'-clnse=-proximi ly to  Fort Steele.  Wild Horse creek �� and the  great mineral district contiguous  are on the.verge of great act ivity  in placer and quarrt/. mining.  ��� Work, is progressing rapidly  at the Copper Cliff mine, near  Lsadore Canyon. A tunnel is  now being ruirwhich is in some  40 feet.  The' tunnel on "the Silver  Queen property. is making  splendid headway, and so far.  under the new contract, there  has not been any serious hitch.  On Thursday supplies were1  sent to the,, Little .foe mine,  which is situated, in the Rockies  three miles from Fort Steele.  Work will commence during the  coming week.  The natural recondmic mining  advantages ' -' surrounding, the  .Wild Horse creek mines are  probably not excelleel anywhere  iu British-Columbia.-    -   - (  1 fi f    -  The mining convention which  assembled at Victoria Wednesday, was'asked to endorse the  stand taken by the silver-lead  miners, and to forward a st rong  resolution on Ihe subject to the  government.  The developed silver-lead  mines in Southeast Koolenay are  limited to three, but these mines  have been operated on a very extensive scale, and have distributed among their shareholders  larger profits than Ihe silver-  lead mines in other sections of  the province.  .lack Thompson and Ii. Little;  returned from Wild Horse Wednesday. Mr. , Thompson says  that they have been busy getting  out logs and blocks for ri files.'  ���The company will work two six-  inch giants during the coming  season.  The establishment of a. mining  association at Fort Steele will  not only be a proper recognition  of the importance of this .great  industry, but will have an inspiring practical effect in stimulating the advancement and development of mines now dormant.  We are anxious during the  coming season to keep in the  closest possible touch with t hemming men of Southeast Kootenay and we shall be glad to have  the news sent us each week from  every mine in the district.  News Notes,  'St Paul.���An electric railway,  will bo. built, from Duluth lo the  Cult' of Mexico at a cost of  $70.000,000..  Winnipeg���A /re-adjustment  in the price-of Ca midiair. Pacific  railway lands has .been''made! for  Saskatchewan and north "Alberta, by which all theC: P.R. holdings i'i those localities are fo be  handled at the uniform price of  &7) per acre.  St.    Petersburg.  The    czar  has ordered the immediate construction of the proposed Kaha-  na "railroad, which will e;osl  ��700,000, so as to give employment to the Finns who are suffering from famine.  Cape Town.���Speaking at a  fai-eweii bancpiet. at which the  American and several other foreign consuls were present, colonial secretary Chamberlain indicated that before long all the rebel.*- would be amnestied.  Nanaimo Strike Off.  'A MILLION DOLLAR GRAB.  The Canadian Pacific Will Try to  Compel the Government to Give  Up 200,000 Acres in E'k..River  Valley.  'fVie Nanaimo sli;ike is off and  the men returned to work Wednesday. The proposition of the  company was approved by the  executive, and accepted by the  men Tuesday morning.  THE VICTORIA  CONVENTION.  Loid Minto Will Retire In November.���East Kootenay Stock-  Metal Quotations..'  A* $4,000,000 Deal. '  J Is        I  JVhn A. Man ley, of fJ rand  ForicS'has returned from a trip  cast, and announces that he has  been 'successful in "interesting  Chicago and Kansas City capital  in a big mining, smelting and  railway project, involving the  erection of a 2,000 ton smelter at  Grand Forks and the expenditure of $4,000,000* in the Koolenay district.  Wont   Object  to   C.   N.   Grant.  Lord Minto is to Retire;  The statement is made lhat  Lord Minto will retire fronv  office in the fall of this year,  proh'ably in November.    His six  i*3r j ' I ��� ii  year.-* appointment does not expire until the autumn of] 1000.  but other governors general,  with the single exception of the  late Marquis of Dufferin. have  not remained more than live  years.       ���  ,   ���  Victoria,Mining Convention.  The Provincial Mining Association met Wednesday afternoon  There were about 2F>0' deiegafos  in attendance, and it- is reported  lhat there will be at least .;r>0  present before the close of the  convention.  .John Keen of.Kaslo. was elected chairman, and H. Mortimer  Lamb secretary.  From, A tl in and Cariboo, in  the north: Rossland. Kaslo,  Grand Forks. Greenwood and  Nelson in the south: Fort. Steele  and Fernie in the east, and the  whole coast in the west, scores  of delegates are in attendance at  the convention.  '     "       East Kootenay Stock.  Asked.      Uid.  Crow's Nest. Coal *11T1.       * 110.  North Star  I'-' '"  Sulliv-in  t     '        -i-  'St,  Ktiyrne      -IU -~  Silvor-lead Quotations  New Veil*],-. I'Vli. ^7:  Km* Silver  '-Si-  Mexican dollars  -'175  Lead                \A'2i  Copper       1.').-->  Speller           *">-l()  London. Fob. L'7. Silver. 2i l-ld:  copper t.'.S lii.-. (I: lead. Jtl'J -'Is' '.Id:  spelter. C_'l   7-   tid.        -_-=  Market Conditions.  Copper was 1-''S Ski higher in  London. .  Load advanced i'sdel iii'Lonelon  was unchanged and quiet at New  'York.-..  Spelter was also higher, in  Londein.  A 'slight advance in mining.  Stock's was reported during the-  pasl week.  Silver r|notations '^���allied d.ur-  imr the. pa.st week, but without  anv, specific mUiiend-*.  Tho Columbia ..v. Western Railway company, a branch line of"  the Canadian Paciiic Railway, in  West Kootenay, has entered suit  in the supreme court of Hritish  Columbia, and secured an injunction restraining those who have  pre-empted, and purchased land.  and secured timhor limits from  the provincial government in led  -Ifi'.M in the Elk River valley.  '" "Tiie land in 'dispute,' includes  the ' new Morrissey townsite.  which has been crown granted.  land applied for under some 20  coal prospecting application's for,  licenses, l'4 timber licjonses, and  five, timber leases, and several  pre-emptions.-  -The land subsidy granted to the  Coluinbia'&.Western railway..by  its charter, is specific in slating  that.'"a tract of lanel extending  L0 mile on each side of the section or sections as 'aforesaid of  the proposed railway, and also  such further area contiguous to  - the railway as flic Lieutenant-  Governor in council may direct,  in order to make up' a sufticienf  quantity under this Act."  . The lanel in question extends  from about two iniles below the  .new   townsite   of   Morrissey lei  Lj -1  about eight mile's above Michel  Creek, and contains over 200.000  acres of choice timber, oil and  coal -i/aniH1-- ���*-,'....      ,    '  * ,  It-would appear that the Columbia & Western, through its.  connection with the C. P. R .conceived the idea of applying'lo  the provincial government for  this land under, the charter granted for the construction of said  railway, knowing this land to be  rich in timber, coal, and other  minerals. If would upon ifsjace.  seem that said company fraudulently attempted to obtain this  land from the government, after  having satistied itself of its great  value, utterly disregarding the  clause in said charteir that "all  lands must be contiguous to the  line of the road."  It is also a well known fact that  the C. P. li. has had for several  years, past. survey parties  exploiting the district, selecting  the choicest timber and agricultural land, and in its selection of  lands under the B. C:' Southern  charter il secured almost all of  the best timber and'agricultural  lands in Southeast Koolenay.  over .'i.000.000 acres.  It is positively*slated that the  land known as block -4Tiy: 1 was  never under reserve, but was  held subject to llie selection of  lands under the R C. Soul hern  charier.  Hlock Ki'.U contains :!i)0,Ofin  acres of choice timber,coal, oil  and agricultural lands, iis estimated value is larger than any  similar area in British Columbia  'The coal lands already local ed  consists of about Ia!s,(KMi acre*-,  haying a. government, valuation  of $10 per acre, or a , total value  of $1.l.*H(��.< 1(10,. I f this reserve*: was  thrown open, and its 'coal la.uds.  developed-', tlie royalty live cents.  per ton, on its prod-ucl-ion. would  average not less than sl-,000 per  acre, or a lotal of -$IL'.S0o,0oipis  <i revenue to the government.  The oil. lands in the southeastern  portion of Iho reserve give strong  indications of oil bearing, and  there is'no doubt but that the production of oil will  bo   an impor  tant   industry  of   the district in'  the uear future.  The Columbia A- Western railway have no claim upon land in  .Southeast Kootenay. under its  charier, and Ihe action now  brought by the company for an  injunction, isanolher bulldozing,  scheme on the part of the C. P.R.  to obtain control and possession  of the coal landA of Southeast  'Kootenay, and in ca>e of a land  grant being made to the Canadian  Northern1 will not. obstruct its  passage, provided the government will give lo them ihe land  iu reserve, the most valuable  piece of laud (here is,in Hritish  Columbia, today.  D.  A LEAD"TRUST BLUFF.  C. Johnson Wants to Purchase  Kootenay  Lead   Ores.���Local  Mining  Operators Regard   then  Offer    as an ���Offset   to  Tariff,,  Movement on Lead.  A Delegation will go to  Ottawa,'  "  T f  D. C. .Johnson  has  arrived   al  Nelson, and says thai 'he is"here  to purchase silver-lead- ores, for'  the. American Lead Trust.  Mine owners rrjgard the matter  entirely' as,,, a bin IT to offset the  movement for a,.raise in the  tariff on lead and its,products,  and that Mr. Johnson's' appearance in the Kooten.'iys is an outlined pari of a programme of a  general scheme now . being  worked by iho olru'sl to effectually prevent any changes being  inadepit, Q-ftawa. ��� Li is, asserted  thai active slops have* been-  started at Ottawa to influence  flie-govcT"iiiiiei']t"iig;iiipr.tlie proposals made by the lead men,  anel it is said, that the opposition ���  is not confined lo eastern Canada  but is' now encleavoring to influence the womI' as well. nMr.  Johnson says that he is here to  buy ore 011 a business basis, and  thai his principals, the American  Smelting and Refining Co.. are,'  not aftempling lo interfere with  legislation In any way. As all  lhat Mr. Johnson lias done is lo  attempt lo place a few small  orders, the mine operators say  that when Mr. Johnson can show  a contract with the St. Eugene  and'the Payne for the total production eif the mines 011 a working basis, they may believe that  the trust is in earnest j'n tho  matter.  Arrangements are being made  to sc-nd a strong delegation to the  capital, al least a week previous  to the open ing'of the house, and  to remain on the ground until  the tariff announcement i.s made.  Fernie Situation.  The ntriku .-ilnation at Pernio.  Michel and MorrUsey remains  unchangeil. Tho management  still ri'fu.se lo meet the district  union. The labor <*omnii.*-sion is  at Ferine making an inve.-.tis"a-  1 ion to forward to ( Mlawa.  A Subsidy Wanted.  The ('..P.P. will, it i.s understood, a .sic t he governuienl for a  liberal -.ub.-Jdy'. \'<.iv a far-f line  service, and -will also ask that  the'St. Lawrence Rivor shall ��� ���Input.hi the s.'i fosl 'possible condition.  ���'���'"���'   A Fast Train. ���'.'     '  Oil March 1st t he < J rout Northern Railway company will begin a',  new train service thai will tiring  Ptiget Sound cities 1.2 .Injurs  closer to*. Now York. The ne'w  schedule will permit of a journey from coast lo.coast in something under % houti's.- '''UK  1'K'��)SI'K(;tu,:    VOut STKKLK.   li.   r..   l��<Km,M:.U��y  J\  ion:;.  ^ite?��*^ immense  KSTAHI.ISIIKIl     l��.05  7��.  F3. 6race,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSHECTOK, is publlHtic.l  e\L-ry   SatniJii>,  una   luis  n ^nnriiniecil  cliutilutioii Iiii-kci lluiii iiuy oilier piipci  In Hum Kooienaj. li i��� nil home Printed  and   uMiitulnsi   donhlt*   thu   ucui   of   un\  >tlii;r pupui In. tlie diMilci.  SATintDAV,  FKBRU.ARV 28,  190:J  It is now announced   that   the  meeting of the legislature called  for March 12,   has been postpon  ed until April 2nd.   ,  '      s      V       -  A good many people are leaving the United States for Canada  and there are a good many more  who would like to come.  i     �����    +  The bogey' ot the Canadian  Pacific railway company is now  raised as to its land rights in the  Elk Kiver valley.'  i - j  The in ihe.-. of Southeast Koote  Opportwiitu  I  For (Jetting a Beautiful Watcli I  and  Chain  Free.���No- Money j  ��� Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the  9ame Opportunity under oui  System   *  ,nI"^,I1'u'!'av,'Ul'" -*'"������.(>ld". Kll'tdl**.)!  Toxin Pills placed in th,..  hamt.s ol   -ill  P'-r^ou*-. ���jiiiJtM'inu'fnuii   kid   l-'ie'alih , nv  Pit " --:" -**" Ctp  TTHe  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  CO  inilke the lollowino iiiiai lilu'i-itl oiVec:  Tt yuli will -.end U-, Sinn- iiiuiieiind :ul '  dtvs-, ami iigi-cu in -,,.|| for n, ii..-hi-  Ikix.m  nt   I),..   Arnold"-, l-:NM|i,|,    |',1U���  I  111, lit loi-. |vr l,o\-,  iv,- U III    j-li,.    ^,,���j  AUSOI.CTKl.Y     FKKK      \       UK \ I a 11 *l  I  WATCH  A.VI) CIIAIX    j���   iMI|���.t.   |/lU|u,j  or ijeut-. ^i/.o, or .wiiii- clinii',. ,il   tin-nil '  other  in-i'tniimi,  ,in*h   ���,   1)m, .,,.,..  ,;, |  JeMiilry.    Him.,.  ',\-j"(ili!|s%    M.,.,,1,,'11,,,.  li-., set,. Sateoii   Skirt ., t "iiincn-.,. . n  I ti'iueiiiln'i*    wi*     iio.n't    \\-\\-|'   \\i,     ,  :.:.���:���:��� -,,",'  .,'*  j.MONKV    miliJ   alter   icii   ,,.]!  Hi.   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' ,   ', I the . kidtpi     and', l.'.addei.   l!i'".in",  , J"1--4"-"-'-��hatioie>. rlu'tmi..!i,i!i,'n, mn,,  I troiihks.   and   leinaji- ,*,nii|il.niii,.  mid  - The land tax  dodging of  ihe i111'.'-"^1'?;u" "v ilM ll1'-'',, ,,'-ls- 'ii'i.^i-'.-!  '���P' ��.irli..��    P-mitir.   hf-'C J"d    u,-:ti.^.*'> ��>'-'(lieine, mall iu.rt- ,*,'   ,  ^Canadian,, i-'acifrc   ha.-  become a jure worfa.Yon him- ���nh- ,��� ��*.���,., , |loI,,'  monstrous injustice   to* the   Do-!,     -��'���'��-i<--in.     \ on atv not .irn-riim i  mininiv ���.-  ��4ll u      ,-va ��� '';?Ik'tll,,!r th:lt ll11, i,,vl''l<" ii��n"i   know   ,  minion, as   Hell a*   this province ; Our Mutches are ihe   iv-',ku*'.,lami;o*ui  *     -**���    -x '���;����   for   Ladie--   and    <u*m!en,en     in'  i3���-i ���     c.       ,' '.', i-Nieicel or (��nn Metal ("a-i*, ivith   |,*iii,i-'  railways III .Southeast ���koote-J--omu   illmmiiated   tiiaN^ind   ivli.ihU*1  ���nay  are  .*,o  badly needed there ! ciuie-k��-;ifPt,r.-. ��.iiche, -*.:,'*h .*,-. m.'luiv ,  . el,^.,i,i' i - loi" ^cntVtn.Hti need he :u,iiai.,ed li.ear-'x .  should be government assistance land they Vin he -er.t -8ti��>oiuiM> i-W1  in'buildinjr   them.      Preference!^ uli u'ho J"-"11 l'!'b  "��el\.- l��i.\e�� v>;'  \liki^A k��� ' ��� ���    ente   thoM- wondoWul Toxin IMI..    \v,.,���, tl, '  should be givcivm new  compet- jo:ic�� *.md be tluph-M in -.o... hvaiu', ;-���'  ing  lines.        ������ ''  ' .,    i sfutone of thoi-e' boau'ifiii imIicIh, aiid j  ���/*!-���>. ' j^haiii.     A>  -���oon  -'-   v.t.-  i-fceivr  \om ;  rn,,��� ' . letter or   pu.-t ���(/anl  u<-   *.ii!l ,.-m(* \ on !  fho   government   relserve   in   post pftid tweh-S N^xe.-.  lo^-iheiv will"  Southeast   Kootenay   should' be- ?Um J1Ju,3tt,:tt0���� (.-"atalo^iie .uid  iieant't-  ,,��������������� ,1,       ,    , ' fully eoiored euro uhh vutir name  -onl  raised, and the land thrown open  luidi-e** on a-- our .tathori/.ed   .lu.-m.  for settlement and the orosneci-   n?*v J��,i"lti li"u you will not  be a,k-  '   '      "l ed to s.*ll any more than  ll1   ho.ve-  and  Wi-    DON'T    WANT    .ANV    MONi-.V    n'litil  after yott.hav'u -.old them.    \\\- lK',tr ail  the ex|ien*-e and are only  iri:ik-iin>   ihi-  liberal ollet; a.- a method" of ;idv<>rti-ittir,  Dr.   Arnold'., , Knirlish    Toxni     Pill"'  ���X"X '������^AeAi'M  ,ing for coal, oil and   minerals.  *    *     >.-  "J'he movement inaugurated by  the Provincial   Mining   Associa  tion for the   promotion  and ,de- .^beautiful "pre.seift  fense  of  tlio mining industry of  chrUt��m!'  ' 'British Columbia is deserving of  every encouragement.  QThe C. P. ii: has evidently ar-  ' rived at the  conclusion   that  of  necossit3'Athe"Coal   lands  of the  Crow's Nest Pass should become  ,an asset of the company.'  �����    ���".     *  Don't delay, write at on  I'll!  ei-   atn!   earn   a  .yonr.-i-lf    for  Address   ARNOLD   MEDl'CI.N'E   CO.,  Dept.  ' 132  oU Adelaide !rft. Ka,t. Toronto. Ont.  pTnte':^apg^itst,  ;va-n dr^iie rMo ^i::f[ :WMxjxx-  ;���.Extei$sive x:: '0ix-.  :^Ameriaa'iifC'oiitine  'M^^in^j^Yiid^^G^  ' I*u,oi J> sr :��ik '.duW1 t.r y':  aj^>P^mxHent'^^  waxted-^vkiIal Pi'Jusux.sl.^iStriGt.  ot  eharaeter and   u-,JOj   rejjutation  in J  each ritaw (oiiu-in thi,cutintv required,  to represent ahd adve-tiso" old eatab-  Itailed wiialthy.lju-jinos-.Jjoiwe oft'.solid  financial ointidiii"., ,, .Salarv $21.Oil  weekly with e\pen.s,-i 'additional, ill  payable in ea.-ih din-et each AVednu-i-  day from head oillees. lior.se' and  ini ���      . i     ���, , j earrinye    i'urni.,hed   when' neces^arv  1 liore is no land boom in East   Referee,*.      Knclo���..   ^ii'^drJti.i  Kootenay,' hut sett lors have boon   ^.MV'e,l'?I-��-   C(,luili'd < '<���.. :ia-i   Dearborn  -'" I ft>t... OhleaffO.       a  i!|lii<3e  coming inlo the district, and the  land iu the Koolenay valley i.s  being taken up rapidly.  c  The manufacturers of Canada  are"Titi'iled in demanding" of parliament a high protective tariff  and a repeal of the British preference in order to keep the Canadian market for Canadians.  ,   y     it  The C. P. li. company are not  sure of getting'the oU,0(>0 acres  of Dominion coal lauds in the  Crow's Nest Pass, and are trying  to grab all the reserve lands in  Southeast  Koolenay.  The lumbering business,? at  Swansea is likely to become so  important that' that place is like  ly to become a rival to W-irdner  and other place-, along th*.. linf.  for the yovcrnmeni office-,.  W hal i.-, io ' bo depreciated in  this di.-drii't is th(J tendency, ay  alien.-,, to charge hidden and unworthy motives to tho.se who  have ihe bo.si imerest of tin* dis  trict at heart, -md l(, presume  the existence of inlliience*-. which  have never  uxisied.  ANDREW    NKfOIG  GONTRflGrOR     and    BUILDER  HOUSK ANIJ SIGN PAINTINO   L'U,LL'L,X  GAIX'IMININa and HAl'Klt HAN01N0  FORT STEELE.  Tl C.  i^"' All   work  promptly done  :iewisite|��jiieil  *   J -   HI fj H WARDENtA 1  PIONEERf;BARBER;SH0P  -Everythiiig- Strictly First Class.  NexXdoo'i-yto t/ie'Pi'bfi'iiector. a -!,  The Cook's  Best Friend;  *s       ,   x''  SSovril  Bovril is iuvaluable in the kitchen  as by its aid rich nourishing soups;  ;and   tasty   gravies   can be prepared     '  . in a few moments.     It also adds flayor  and strength to stews, hashes, ragouts '  and every other dish for which it is employed.    No cook who aims at culinary successes, at a small cost and at j  a short notice, can do wilhout  BOVRIL  SHORT LIME  BETWEEN  STPAUL-CmCAGQ  OMHA-CHICAGO  ��CitYKHIEAGO.  JReduced R^atesAfromithe East  'V':'���*:���.,-   -.���"''.."'>"-NO'tlCE;,' A A , V:,  ^^.oiion.piingl^ln.iiar^  t-Hilliapt.nMl April :iOllU..l,oro; will   -hi: ��� ������rovl,,,-.. .if Hriiish OolM,i,fch'W  ll^ ^* '  ,lo\V 1-tltti.s, il.l,Oli;e(!|.-r);(iNi l.ilii   Kusl. .vi;i. I.ln* : ,si"f'-':l,.V   <-l'<-'   lvooiOlliiy; C,*ntl'llI HHillv'rti' ('oiuA:-  li'h'iipis<!(Viiiii��l'l':i.{;j;?-.,fo'.'rii'|  AVii^litii..--:"i',j:!'"-v- r*,,"-.*:'F'-'*cV'-"t'<-'T?"-f\."io��<'i it.--^vu\.or'iii'o��i-iyl.,i-��*i.-'A-  thn,Or^������;^1T1(^,0psril,^  lire coining Wost. while l.livso", i*al:(*s'anW.'1'('ll'.li|ii^'('r;'i'en.ri��''isiinii nolliu-suiii'sm-vys  V  ��� ������   -������--���������   '������'���    ���-.--'--���������    '       ,���,. w���wi ;..���......; ���:.:. ,,,,,���(,���,,  ,,y ��� s!.,,li���I1.:,g'1,T..-.'  in, ollec.'i.  i"tv<f .:lis r t.ln:ii- iianiis and ad  :p \<>n>' Tutt.om.ion is 'cidlod:. to Uio'  .;M;\ioncor.Lj]iiil,ud'V'-ti*!iinH'bt'i.lic .'.'NJil-  \vaitIcoc. &:.St.Pan 11 tai 1 u-;lv. ��..-.'"r](0 oni v  lierfocl. t'.i'iiii'is. iii.t.lie world.,;; , .>, ,.'.'   ; ���  '".N'oiLwi!! /int]:.it:(k!si'i-ablo'.''l.o' ride on  Uiose,t,ranitf.wlR..ii.M-()iLio- lo anv.'poini, in  Llie iMiHtcrn .Suites or (..'���iii-tdR.'������''T.litsv  connw;!. '.w,ii,li all TraiiS(*<iiii,inorn.*ii  vlratns, and, n.ll 'J.'idkot, A-'onts" "iioir  l.ickot.BA     ,;��� -t'a-;-, '���''''"'      -'^ a ���. t.-r  ,- For.rii,i'l,lioi',iiil'oi'ni;ii;ion. ���'aniiilik'fe '  ���etc, sink tiny .Tu'lfof. A;ivnl.,or a  M;;, :l: koimx ;..   'ii. s, -nowi,;/. ';':  ���..Piiss/.'-Af-'eiit.-,--:.,  .' ..(";ciio.rid'A��'t!iit '  !      Asi'OKANi.:. " ". :������ pokti.ani):  }lV$i ^')}[-.)vvi>)''[)\: Diitlvo ii;*<>ur- liiis'iiio.s.':i  lis sou tliut'-tlioy; aro ���i'iybii lilio host, pos-'  riiljh; siirvi<:i>. ������.;.'���.'VV(> Opcratif ili'nn.iVii"'  .JHH^oiially- (���()M<Titei^dAl'p-i't-sioi'rV eiij-s!;  iind.iir.faol.pive-.volt. t.licTln*nofilmiI-;;:|,Ik.  l!^u^,/-^^l'X<iiii('iH:os; l<;n<iivn';;i,()0 Miiidi.'Mii  c-t|ili-o:uIi_ii������::v; ;:',AVc! juip do-TdmeiviH.  ronto^liot.wpii the KiisVand: tint Wi^i.'  aiid. ure in, .position'���; io y-i,\-c ' yoijA't In  jionelil..' of p.,.1; ;hc:sl.--,;:��!nihiViiaioi is  U'fito ns aiid. wo will, yii-oyou . full |.ar  U(Mitars, li.: l-l.'A.'i.'Kii.Viituij,.; |.|p'|;hin  Si... t'ort.hiiid;1 Oi-ojilni. ,/, ������ ���'-���'.-'       v  .  , i  ir i-OnsiiiicLicMi  n:hM Ai-I.'o'l' Ini-iirpiiriiikiii.  :';v,;   :nAiv\:i.;vp:M;cAiV'i'KH.'A  ���'.'������ ,'A ��� '������.".''. ....,.S"1ii'ii"i:s'l'v'fAi>'|illi!iii'ii.s  ;l,>ii ti*il iliipilliilny of .liimniryHKi;! '.J��\x--  NOTICE.  ft is well known that ihe   Vic  toria government is  not   willing  to make any  further concessions  " to.the C:.p." 'lii:   by. giving   tha  .pconipany   inure   lands -in South  east Kootenny. ���������..."  .''..'      *    >*' - * ���   ���  -   .     A large iiuiiili'er ol'.'jiriviti.e   in   1^  dividtiiils residing 'i'n the   Koote-   ��~  nays, a.nd ea-sleni  Canada,    have   '^  staked, large   su'eas Of coal land   ^  on the.govcr'iiinent vcscv\\c,   ten     ~  ���   deved their I icon'e.-ni.oiiey  l.othe'   ~  governiiieiil.     In'   each    and   a'M   -^  cast's,'    tl'ii.ise    ;t.|i|ilieiii ions    and f 5^  ' money lialc hi-eu'n.vrust.d��� by the  -~  Commissiunor    of     Lunds     and | ~.  Works.  In.  Gerteral iVleroHaii.1:. AfJI>   ,;  Liquor Dealer.  ���Mani.factunirof'all Kinds ..I'.Linnbt'i'.        A l.-.i-.g.. a.ssoi'f- _  meni. of seasoned  Luiii.'hcr ,*i ml ,Miiiigl.'s .-i.lwa.ys 3  (hi hand ���jj  DIMIONSION      J>l!;Ml!Kli      A      SI'hit U A l/I'V. ��  j. .. "X", NOTICE.  j     Till.;-.*. ll.iiU'.. Ili.u'l lull  ,o apply tliii*i:Vii;iv-  '!���<��" .tuc "l��i<MM'i'.*.if-ii.tii'(.eiii,.rc(|iii,���isiil,���;.i-  "I Hiiiiil.sinnl Works I'm* ii sjii-i-ial li,'-,.,,st, to ,-,ii  ll ll" I c:ii*i-.v.-iiv!iy linilirr (vmn t In- 1'iillim-iii"   i|,..  ���s,'r.il  ������������"���. <��fV l:ni��t l.v-r��.�� Iii Sr.uihi.-usl ICmdi,..  ii��y Hisn-ii-i. .���:,-.'.*  "��� CoiiMiiiAiusiiiK ,,t lli<-'ii,ii-il, ,v,M I'liniui-iif I,,,l  Nd. ":��W"��� (irouii I: ilif.il,',. smiLli- 100 <-ltji-iu^-  tll(lll('(' CllSt   IHl'lllliMS:   llll-lK-i- ,,.,,-Lh   IliUcllllill*'-'  tl.i'.K-.i wi'si -io .������li:,i,,,s t��� tl,,- |, ,. ,������ HctiiniinK  WI 1.1.1 AM UAIM.I.V.'������'  Hiilci.l Itlli l-'cliriiiiry. mir.!.        ��� ..  -' .MINHUAI. ACT,   |mh/-..  ...-'.   11-'' HI M   I".)"  .'I'llUi!  iiuli,'.,:   Uiiil,  r,ll On ys ii rici-'iIn i',..,|" ii,ii.,,,1  lo npi'ily to tin) ('.ilk'' ('omiiiixsioiii'i-  iir   l.iiinls  niul ..Works lor pi'i-inission io purcliiisi'. ilio foi  lowing ili-koi-iiK-il -liinil in-Sniiili j.'iisi Koiiionny.  ,    ('"MIIMIllll-ill^clLa   |,nsi    pIllllilMt.'lll,    III,-   SIHIIJI  liinil of Oooi-o Aniolils pn-yihp. ,������  ,,|���.   "J-'    .   ��� - ...,  li.ii>M.r..lli,vUi*U,jsli i'���l,���;,l,i,, SiiullioriiKiiilway .���"" v''-���l'"1 '"U"v:ilo.  ilit-iiit'i.' soui.li  :lo i-li-iins  n'liini or  loss   in   ini  .liuiiiiii   Iti'Si'i-vulioii:    Iln-iu-i-  Wi'si   ^d  <:li;ijiis:  HifiifL*. iinrtli -10 I'hiiins iiioic ni-loss to'Iiii* south  'liinil   (if suiil  OiMii-!,"* 'A i'n..Id's   piv-i'iii|iii,Vn:  tllt.'IK'.'1'llsl ll loll!,'.su hi ���s.Mii'iVlilii'il's.Mi 111" i'lui',.  ol' Di-flimiiiii,',     Coiititiiiin...-|t';o ui.n,s  I,,,,,.,.  (i|:  loss.'"-;- ���-.    ;..-    ;".';���.-  'l)>lli>.llllis:!rtl',lliy <,t ,l:l!iu:iiy:. J NOTICE.-  :-:---, KI.I^MIKTII AI.'.N'Oi.'l)  A/:'A':,;... Ay.',..- : NOTICE. A 7jj-i "ixi ''..,yJX-  ;Nvl'l'l(.;|.: is hciriiy M-ivi'n ih���| j,,, nppifciiioir  .-will: I'f; niii.lo ij, -ui.! I'Mi-liniiii'tn'of Cii'riif.lii ,ii.'���'���  thi' ,.11,'x', -.Si'ssioii :-t|i��i.,;pl' fnr.vioi Act'tohiror-.  '"""��� ������'���."('iiii.u.iii.v.'t.o-.lit* known iis''-Tlii''.y���iiI|,'i-'.  (ifiic.v.iiiriii i-.K-iiH- i.*Mii^-,i.v('.'inpiiiiv", ii!',���,.;,���:���������:'  struct /uiil.uii.'iaio'iLliu.'.H' iailivi��.v IV,,,,, - van- '  iM'iiy,.riii|lri|,i.sh Collin,hii, iiorl,li,'i-lv iinil fiisi-  '*rl.y.  ln-w���������y: ���|':.||���.   Ivoolmmy- |>.1Ss   lo sdino  I'oMiton.Uu'Old Nl,iii"Kiv,.'r in tho   liistrin   m'A  AI lupin      Hii-m-r     iiorili, - ,.���.st.,;,ly ,   , h,-,,,,,.!,* .'.  Siiskiii'.hi'H-iinii'.M ljoint'onUii*- OhniTlii-ir-.'  ������lilvo.r:,, Willi   JHuviTr  I," i;."i,isi,,:n,-i: .,i1(V op,.,.,,,,;.  Mi'Wsiplriinil loloplioi,,. lin,..s|'���,.. n���.   pi,,.,,;,s,v   > iHisiiu-ssiind t'oi-|.l,'j. iMililiP-,1,,,1 ���-,,-,  OH.nv-':-  ns,-,,ii���l.,pi,i|,.   m,,,,,.   |���IVl,,.s   lioiiVfiiiL-iii. i.ii  lin* ii'.-ul 'for ruihv.-iy iii���|   oth,.,.  |)'iii'|���,s'(.s:   ���,���|i   ,  1,'i.u-n :i,ii,l.,,p,.|���i,, sUinni-ships.   ri-rrins.. mni:  niipiiiii- ,t,in,l   Imiid -;0i,|  ,;,v,.|   ij,,.  ,1,.,.,.^,,,^..  nnil   wiili  such  otlior ���  li(m-iM-s':iliil,'jirivill'!.'rs n.s iir,.  nsnully  M-iv,.��� '������  rail\iiiy I'lntipiniii's.  ���'��� '   .loii.N's-i'ov .t KAi.coN'iii-riiui*:, .   ���  Solicitnrs l'or ih,. Applii'n.n(,S;.  -.niii.'iini "rm-oni,, n,is -.".ni,, ia,-' ,,,- r,111.,.mi'J1.l..  I IK '.'���-.������"  , MIN|.'I*.AL AO'I' is'ili.  ���    (i-'i.utM,i.*.) x  i imrri i-'i, M-n-: t\ v 'i ui'in ivk'.m i-inis.  '���i-ai-l'Ci'K'A-n.: ���i- iM|.n,,V|,:MKN.|.s  .��� "i   NOTICE'.'  23|'"<:->|i|ii*i' K'Hi��'".'-"'l,ii Vida.;- a.,i,h**Mai.i  ���^lj., .or Mi.* Mniinlaitis" MiiH'raJ ('laims. ,'  '���_^|'.,-Slii.���i.'i��� n���. |.'���risi,-,.|,.,\ii���im. |,,vis|i���i,.|  I-.:,si lii".I,-n,,y I ii-.1  s4n!.V.r.".!'.""*?'.".": ���." '-"���������'���������.������.���k���,ij���i11|I1.r,.,;..' m,,,;,���,',.!,,!,,;  NOTICE.,  S'.l'nn.   Ilil'lsid,..    .larksiin   anil" Aim:  Mineral 'Ola.inis.  Sii.iini.' iii i.iii. |.',���-,, si,.,.i,. .Miiil'njl' liiiisi,,!, ,,,  I'VusI l\*t",i.'.|,ny I ilsi.ri,'!,. ���  W'li.oi- ��� loi'iiL.'d:    O:,   l!:r    W.-M    |.',���l,   ,,| is I.  Mnry's   hivrr.    iiiljoiiilii..;    n,,.   ������(:,-,.���,,   t,,,,,',.--  Nfitic*.*.-is In-roliy Ki.vi'ii thiit :in::ippIi(',iLioi-���  will li,- ,,1,1,1,: ,.,, Ur. I'iirll:iii���.���t o| (.tHtiiiiln m'  iti ikixi. si*Ksi(ii*,liy the 'Kiioi.oiihj- Oi'nt.i-ul -��� I?ii'fl- '  w.iy (.'niiipiiny |',���- ;,��� At-'t to Am.wiil lis Actor-  (iMtorpiiriilioii hoiii^. j Kdwnrd \'11. CIlui p. .71 liy  -���x,t..-ii.l.iii!f tl'iotii,,.'   lor   Iho  ,.,������ ���,:,'������;,���, .,;,-  (!i.nst,,-i���.||,,��� nnd i|���. ,.,,,���,,I,,,,-,,,, ,������ suil|   ,{||||_.  way. as liinii.,'.,! liy.S,.,.|i���n, I- ol' sn.l.l A.-'t! of lu-  '���"i-poriitioii.   .   .-. '  I llll.'il .l:,,,ill,,-y -.'01,11,  I'll,.!,  '..UAR.VI.JV A. ,M,-('Airi'KK.  Soli,'I-iiirs fm: Apidi,'iints.  ./it  ���Vi  M&n,  B-.G.  '^aiiiiiuiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuii^iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuii^  ���".-liivei-��,.�� !,������ TiiliicriiI ������ Inii,i.  TAKK   ,\i,*|'|,*|.:   llinl I. |i..��-,,,-,| w'-'l{<'.ss   !���'  iM.'C.   N'n. "lti'.oas:l."���.,������, ,,���.,|,,,,���   Sm.���K(,���  ''. 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K',���,|,.���i,v ,|,.,s'o-il���'d ns follows:  (���-.IMIII.'lll'i.llH ill.,,  p.,j���t   whl'l-l:   ih,.' ,,.���S|    I,-,,,,-,  "r-i,.i.i.  ir.iu: t :,-,,���,,  i  i���i,.is,.,.,s ,,���. Kn(llrllllr  lUvi.'r:   Llil-ni.-v souih so,-liMios;    11,,.���,.,. .,.,^,   iS"���  fliiiliis. i.i,on,-,- soiith l-.'o,-I,,, ins. I h,������,���,��� ,.;,S| -j,,,.'  Il'fiic- noi-il, l-.'iirh'uins, M,,.,,,.,. iv,-..s|. ,sn   ,.|,,,i���K    .  II""'" "'"I'tii A'"-limns. II,..,,,.,. vv,-.s, .j,,, t.hi,il|s  'ihi'''  JulIN   A1.'1.A'I'i.'H,I|l.  C. HU.N'iJUKK'Jlilj I'OLl^LJs'. THH3 PROSPECTOR, POUT STEELE H   C,   FEBRUARY 2*    190.!
®£he %j£0&pzxt0t
SATURDAY,   KDDID' \KY JS    l'l(l"l
Vol 1(11 is In H In Kiun that thu l\ dm -
iftm (I ii< in, tin nnd. l-i„'li, d nil,, ll'l I" H|l|'ll
to (lit Vssisiuiit ( otinni-sioiK , nl I, in.1- itl.J
Woiks tot on llistt . I ol I,usi li.i.'i.niii iin.l
Ih. ( hi. f ( oiniiiission, i ,,| I,und-mid Umlv-
foi lit, iim s to piosp. i L foi i o d on lin follou-
lii(s ill si iilu ,1 Inlids Mill in ii.oil, of lilt 1 ltlt-
In ml Kiwi iitst of lit. tiist hoiiailmi litu ot
Iho L'.inndiiiii Hn.ihi iiihuii ^imtt n, tin
South l.a-t poi tion ot J.ii-I Ivoult inn Ill-lint
Hilti-h Columbia
I Crnnuicncliiii.it.i posl thorn si ween miles
IIOI 111 trust or till  town of \f.n llssl i    ijcinn   tl,,
llllllul  post    Ol    (IllllllS    Hi ti 1SOI1  S    ll.lIUI       nl-
Jaiint to the noilh i nst loinoi of s.u ,li \
Ituss duliii theme tiuitli sij (li.uiis tlii-im,
uttl soili iliis ilu no* soui'i ■•<■ ih.iiijs ihcnn
. list 80 (li iliis to tin- plm i ot In «i1111i11•; i on-
lulnliii,' U-iu tins
II licit I'i bin.u\  III   I HO I (i
CIIAKLLS 1 l.l'l.li-iOV Hot noi
A II it I.i II A^i-iii
'. ( on,in,on'ill" it i post In ln„' llu, souih
ui'sl toinct posl of Muithii Hint s i hum and
(tijiii fill lo llu south .nst iiirnci oi Chili li s
I'i I.',hoi, s il.ilin lliiiui noilh sn ihulns
tin in i t list-a i h tins llu in . sol.ill sn , h.ilns
llu at, »< si so , |, mis to tin p| ,i i nr hi minium,
luiiliiliiluir ilio ii I, s
M Mi'I'HA  HOl'I'   l.otniot
A   II ii hi It   Ai-', in
Dull .1 I'i h   III h   OHM
t      ( Olllllil III III),    III    .1    pil-l    III !!!„'    llll    IIOI III
tuslioill l post of S ll,ih V Itoss i lullll nnil
idj.u oui lo llu -mull ui'sl toiai'i of Miuli.i
Hulls iliini iiii iii .' south Xli ill litis them.
iu-1-0 t h dns llu in t not ih sn i Indus tin in i
oust si) i li iIns Lo Ihi pi n i ni la joinim" mii-
UllliliK dill II I. s
- . -_      - S \KAH_A_l{Ojb-!=J-«»   ""!-
, V   ll.ii Kill    V^'inl
nn .-ti i'i h iniii too i
1 C'oiiiiiitni ni).' il ii po-l benn; Di. no, II,
west ioiiili ol C'l.ui in i I! I'i.itlu t s i l.lliu mni
.uljoinin;,' llu noilh cast louii'i ol Sai.lh V
Hoss t luini  ihi'ini  soulli hdi hulas Lhcuii i ,ist
SOlllllillS   lilt til I   IIOHllStl   lllllllls     lllt'llll'   Wist
t*0 ( h mis to the pi n c of In „'iiinni|.'   t niiluitum;
rtio ut us
,  (i.tKhvo; n i-kvpiihu  i.onuoi
\   Hut hi tl    Vs;t ill
Dutd 1 ih  lin li   I'll)'
i ( oiiiini in nu n i p/i-t about mo inlhs
Piisl of thinks IN ti ison s initial post liittif.
Lin* mlli.il |)osi of M  s   Dins   t 1 inn   .mil llu
sOULil    I list   I Ol 111 I      llltlltl       1101 ill     SI)    thlllls
Hit ntt ui'sl hi) i h nn- llu tut -otilli Ho ihilns
theme cist yD di nn- in plm i oi lu ionium:
outil nnil,',-1)111  11 l( s
M  *-   \) VV is  l.oiuloi
\   rUi koil Aiii n
I Midi  I (1)   101 ll   PMH
(j Coniiut iu in^ it i post lii'in/ lliu noilh
oust io, mi post til J nuts II 1 \ in-, c In Im
.md .idj.icenl in llu. soulli t .i-t t in noi of M *s
I).ills tliiin Hi. an south sn ihiiiis thi mi
ui'sl N> (luiins I hi in (_ noi th so i huuis thinii
citsi N) I'll litis tti pint c of ht miniiunr, t oui iiiiiiv
t mo iii i ,-s
i \mi:*s ii  i:\ \\'s i o( noi
' A   II t( Loll  Audit
Duiotl i'i ii in pmt * ,
^ o
7 C oinini'iu i in ui ii po-t liL'iiu'lhi -inilh-
\it st i «>i noi po-t ill I' \ lliiKjjiii s (Inim niul
uljuiLiii to (he not llu. isl itiiiu i of Linus II
I.i in s i I.ma llu lit l noi ih so ihunis limit i
t iisi SO iliiiin- ihcitti south -Oilimii- Llii. in (
\uslhi) lIiuiu* in Lh( plat i ot beffm in n s; inula I tun,; tlio it ii s
, I'   \   I Ingrains   I .in Urn
\  H\('i\i"ri'   x/ini
Dill, il ]'< h    III    I Oil!
t    Comiiu in ia„'   ul ii post   lit in„'  tin   noilli-
ik si (oi in I po-l   ol    -\lt-\    I      AUsluis  lillll!
mU tidj.ui nl 'o llu -ouih nisi  i oi in t ol 1"    A
lliiKKin - tl iim   i In. in i south  **0l1iiuis  tlu'iiu
i fist  10 iluiiiis   ihtntt   inn ill til i li nns  tin iu i
nest su i luiins to pint i  ot lu'idnnm,; t out 11111111;
1)40 ,u I is
VI.UK  I.   AIIVIMN' l.oi.tloi
\   II it Ut tl    \_'i ul
Hilled Fib   lu   I (111 I
0      C'OlllIlU'lll III    It    I    ptlsl   iKlllrf    llll*    sllulll
OtiSlLOlIICl   JlOhL Ol     VlllOII  11,111 Is   (hi,1,1    lliiji-
(.i-iit to llii noilh \it st itn noi po-l of \.ti>1ii \\
lluikittsil iiii iheiut noith so t li nn- ilu in i
wi si**0 i luini- ihenci south tu ilium- ihitiit
t iisi si), limns to pint o of In Minim;-' t ontmniiu
HO mies
\   1 Ini Kill   A/i'iil
in*-! NJi huuis I.i pi.tie of lifiaiiiiuiK . "UL lining
(.10 it II -
M    IHIN/AS   I.oi.iioi
X   HulKi.11    "n't lit
HiL. il IM)   III   HKil '
IT      ( Olllllil 111 in,; al   l)in-l   litlliK   the   -olllll-
t.ist cm iici pos| ,if s l| C'lciiiuu i - . l.iiiii and
.ttlju-iiil to tin muiliHi i>i loiuti of .1 .M Don-
/.u s t Iniiii HiLiu eniiilh Xllih nils tin nn- mst
I WicliHtns ihfiii r noutli bO, til mis Hit uii- i- 1st
HOihituis lo pint i of ln„'iniiin„' , oui,unit,„' ,,-|u
.ici* s
.1   II   Ll.l.VIMLK   Lot itoi
A    Hut Kelt    A si nt
I) Hi tl I", b   pi   I mi I
IH      ( Olllllil III I'lrf   it   t post   licmu   tin    sotllll-
uisKiiniei post of Clinlcb Lofiiuisls ilmm
niul .iiljut tut io the southeast loinu of .1 It
Clfiumi'i s claim, rlipaienoithw tiiuius,toc/it.e
"nti fu cbuiris theme south 80 chains rheTiie
west Hi i hams to place of befInning loiitnlu-
iiik otOiii rt's
Cll\HLi--, LOFQUIST   Loului
' A    lluckelt    A^cm
Hilled Feb   IU   1WH
ID Coiuiiieneins ut m po-t liems ihi- soutli
ousi toiiioi of *s Callulmn i ilaiui and ml-
jat i.m io ilio uoitliHi-st i oi nei of Cliuik-s I.ut-
i|iiisi s I'liiiin lIiiiilc* noilh CO el.ains llicuit
nest iii, rli iliis, llu iuejsouth Mil hums, iheiut
east WI ihunis io phtiL of Ihkiiiiiiii^ i oiiiaiiiinn
hill lll'l i-s
Slllt-sll'l l .illuliiiu   t.oiitoi.
^   HjiKlu    Afrcut
I) il. .1 I'i h   10   IU01
JO l oiimieiK iiiRat ii post .bt'lns tliL souili-
wcshoiiili post of .luini Haitell's eliiliii Mint
mljiiiem io the southeast mum of s I'hIU-
h ins ilaiin llu in !• noitli (HI ih lin-, Hieui e east
ho i IimIii-. ilii'iitt soulli so l li ilu- llieiui west
s(jt h.ilns lo plm o of  Ijiunnlii*.' lonlioiiini; iWO
A   Hat Lett   Ai,'i lit
Hiittd ,1 oil   10   ISO I
'.'I    Coiiiiin-iitliisfiii ,i posi,, b( mi.'  the iniii.il
posl of Mis   John  IJarli'lI s tlaim and about   .'
n.ilos Liist'uf llu. initial posL-or 1 foliTi^luiTt-fPT
ilunn    tliemi   noilh  Wi lIiuuis iluiue west 80
ihunis theme south ho chains   llii-mc east   »o
cliains lo   pl.it f  of   Im'KIIuiIiii,' Loiit.iiuinif «40
.u ies
Mis   .IOHV  H-UiTEl.L,   Loi Jtoi
\    Hiid.etl   A^cni
uiituii rib io lvoi
.'-' ConinientiiiK nt a post'belli/ the south-
i\esl (oiini pnsi of Iv\di.i Mi I'm Line *. ilaim
and iiiljaoeni to the southeast lonivi of Mt.
.rolm HailPlI- (luini Uieiue noith WO ih.iin-
iheiitt ensl Xueli.iiiis.^ihem e stiuih Wi i hums
theiiLe west HO chain- to plain of In •jlnulm,'
• ou I lining wo at ies    r
'    I.mIi.i Mi TaihiiiL  LotHtoi
\   lluiKftt    Aijeiil
Hiitnl  I'i b   10 IO0J
li CoiiiiiiiiiLintfai a post btinu Uienoiili-
wesi LOrnpi post or Ida M VVhitson s claim ami
.idjni I HI lo tin southwest loniei of H\di.i Mi-
h'.u l.ino s t laun, ihente south .HO, halns, then, t-
east SO lIi.nns, ihi mi noith HO ilniiiis,flhcni e
hlsi su i hums to plm .* of bi'^iiiniii!,' lOiitainiiiL'
I)Hi u It -
IDA M    VVHITSON. Loi .lloi.
A    Haiketi uiyiiii
Hiltd  1'eb    10 1101 i;
U ( omuieui ,„K ut;a;p(ist btiiisf the tun lli-
tiisi cm nei posl olJM Isbt-Mei s thinii and uil-
jaiLin to tin noithwcsi (Oinei of Ida .M VVIilL-
sou s 11.mn, ihtiiLe sou th Lii;ht>, chains tin net*
«Lsiti„'hr\ t luiins, theiiLi* uoi th eights ihunis
lliiiiit ,ust ciK'hty chains to plaicof lit ^Imilntf
i out iiiiiut; (>40 aires
M ,ISltLSTI'H   I.omtot
V    11,lis,-it     V„'ent
I) Itill   1 t I)    10  l')0!
Ji C omiui-imn*,' at t posl biin„' llu iniiiiil
post ot <'liniilii II K'auffmans ilium til.iiui Joule-
souih ol llu initial post oi ,M,s .lohn Hmicll-
ilaiin llu in i uoi Hi i iifhti i huuis tlituii wist
so 11, mis, ihiau stiiuli t i„'hti ihunis theme
tasi iifhti ill nns lo plini ol In jri ii ti ,ii_r ton-
l iniiii*; tHO ai i, s
l I, VU Mil I.L Is \L 1 I'lHN   I.onuoi
\    HaiKclt   Aifeul
and ■ lilt in ul to  thi    s.iiilhia-t  iiniiti   |"'-1   of
-I     1.     \\      I hmnp-.iii s   i I mn     Ih. ntt    urn I li
HKho (hams  tin in i . n-i i i_dit i i h nn-  llu u .
-mull . i„''ili ih.iin-  ilu in i  \n-i 11,1-Jiii t h unto tin  pi ii i of In (,'iiinin,.' ( "])Uilli)!i„' o-tii ii i. -
(.1 ol.'i.l. 1*   llOIIIJtls   I an llm
\     lllll k<  II      \^i lit
il.llcl I i h   111   I'lill
t"i ( ouiiiii ill ui„' it a po-l liilli„' tilt nnltll-
«c-t < in ni. i po-i ul Koli'it Hm i -<lim.ii,in!
iulj.it ( nl to tin -i nth".-I iolin i ol (!iuiri 1'
Kola 11- .luini tin mi -outh culil\ (lions
tin in i i u-t i itrliti i h.nns tht in i nniili ti'liu
lIiiiiii- tluiiti ui-i i i^lni i limn- to phuo of
InKiuiilii!.' t mil iinuiK ''-fo ai it -
ItOHl.HI   H \itii   \.oiiilin
A   II it Kt tl    \„'t nl
Haml I'i h   in   phi|
to Couiiut-iu'lnsj ,n i po-l linn/ ilu nniih-
ea»t coinei pos,t oi Isaac Cumioid - il nui iu I
Jiljaieiit lo the uorlliMi-i toimr ol L'or,, n
Hails elttiui tliinei- -outh , i/lns , hauls
theme we-.] cifeltL) (hums ihfnc muth ii(,'lm
chum- ihciiie ea-t i-IkIih iliaui- to plm oi
bejfiuiiin/ (ont a in in-,' iim tu n - *■
ISWC! Cir WVTOl!!)  I.m inn
A   Hik Li'lI   A„'( ill
Iiatt-iJ I i-b  10  m' t
ir Ooiniiieiitiiiif nt a post heina the iiiuili-
\>e-t (oinoi |)(i-i oi l.inin.i .1 Stont -ol.niii md
U'ljaicut io llu southwest i oint t ol'.luhii Vn-
(Icison - .lain) ihi'iue souih .-iu;hti chuii-
thiiui en-Li ikIih elialns tliinei nui Hi ii/liti
chains ilunn- wi-si imkIiiv < Iiiiiii- in phiu ol
In kiuiiIii-,' < ont,unin/ tHO acii -
I1MMA .1   Sl'ON'i:   Loiutoi
r A   Hm ken  Ajt( nl
lliile.l Tib  10  1 on:
!H ('illinium niK.it a post belli,, lin iiiutli-
f.lsl ici nei po-l of Albeit Su k.iloosi -ililin
ami adj.ii cat lo Hi, uoi ihwest t in iici m Ihiiin i
.1 Stoue'siliiiiii ilienii' -outh i Iniiii i h mis,
thencrwi st i iulinVhitni-  Iheiut  noi lb t i(flit\
(llHlll-     llll III L   lll-L   ( i^'llLl (h mi-to lilt' pi it c
oi bcMllliini; loin iiniiiji ii io ,u ii s
Al.liHKT S1UCAI OOSH   Lu, mn
V   tl.li ki li    \<yi ut
O a tul lib   10   I'lot
C     ('ouniiuiieili^ at
Hi'-t   loi in i    post   ol   1
tin.in n_mii 'h tljrlili (1' ■
a   posl   lu'in/ the -until
H     I'i uhei -   11 mn
If    tl.i IK <    (iifi'i i,.lli<,
( ha in- to tht noi th i\L-tioi nt i ol Albt 11 SuK 1-
foosc s t laim UiciiLt ^oulli li/Iiij ilimns
llieiui i.ist i i/ht\ i hams io plat i of hi (,'11111111!,'
contiiinun,'h-io ui ie-
1   li  1'U Vl'HI.H  Hocnoi
A   llm Ken,   Aycnt   >
Hated I'eb  10  Pin I
40 Conmn iu m^at 1 post bun;,' tin notth-
westioiuei post, 01 Vnuu S Hinthci s tlum
and adjan'iil 10 Hie souLliwt-t 1 01 nei 01 I 1!
Pr.illiLi s ilunn tin me -omli ci(ihl\ chiiin-
thtiKe i.ist cirIiU i limns tliiute 1101 Ih ci«hi\
elnniis, thente ivesL t i|fht\ thnii, 10 plan of
betfinnins conianiin(*-040 acies
AN'Nll    S   HKAl'HHH   l.tiialot
V   Hut Kill    \t?t tit
Dated l'el)   10  liKH
•41 ComnitiiLin/ at a post hem/Ihi noilli-
easl eoinei po-l 01 Hatnc H smith ami ml-
jatent to tin* noitli in si mirici ol \11111t s
Prathei s 11 mn ilient t -outh cikIiii Lh iiii-,
thence «i-tci^hli chains tluuic noith ciclilv
chains, Uitncc ensi ei^hLv ihunis 10 pluioof
betfitiniiii; (oiiiionini,'iSH) icie-
II VT'IMI    L   SMITH   l.otaloi
V   Hat kcll    \/t in
Dated I 1 li  111  Plot
4J Commenting at 11 post hcii'jv llu sotith-
last < 01 nt 1 po-t .of James 11 sniiili s claim
unci ailjaieni to the noilh t .1-11 m nei ol Ilaiin
I. Smith slIkuii theiiic—iifiijli-iji.'lnijj.i.li.iiii-
theiiLt' Htstctghtj 1 h.nns ilium soutli eisrlnv
chains thence cu-i ci^ht\ chains to jil.n c nf
bCKiuiiiiij; LOiiimiiini; 040 m res    *
.1 VMI.s   U    S.MI1MI    Ltiditm
A   II.11 kt tl   A/ent
Hated J'cb  lo  111111
ni'l adjat int io tht  noi ih 1 i-t 1111 ni 1   nl   I ih 11
(  1, Isous 1 lui in  ilu in 0 1101 lh -11 1 I 1111-    th. 1,11
Ht-t siiih nn.  Hi. in .  siiuthsu ihnns    th< in.
111st sOihiun-to pi 111 of In _iiiiuut;  t"lil imlii„
■1 Id ui n- 1 l)\\  villi ( OHM m    Loiuioi
Hull  I I'i b   Iiiih \   II u kill    1/t in
•I     ( iiiiiii 11 nt 11,j,'   ,i   1   post hi 111/tin   smith
»t -t 1 ni mi   |„,-i 01 l)  H  \    Mm iisoii s ilnun
md  iitlj.uint  10 tin   sniitlu asf 101 m 1 01 I .1-
« ud ( 01 kei 1 -(luini   ih nn   noitli  xlihams
iheni t   list  «n ihunis   llii 111 e south 10 (luiins
tin me mi st so 1 hums in   pi in    of   In/iiiiim/
< .nit 1)11111/ 0-III  u    is
l) l)  \   mokkisov  Hoc not
Hat, ,11,1,   lOlh \   11 ,1 kitt    Ajtlllt
-.") Ooiiimi 111111/ it ,1 post bun/ th, 1101 Ih
wi-tioin, 1 po-l of ( hum H I'm Im- c In 1111
theiKc-outh t i/ho ihunis 10 the tioithii'si
coi ni 1 of D H \ Mm Usui- Clin 111 I hi an 1 ,isi
u^lui    thiiiis    Ihi nt c 1101 lii  (i.lm    thiiin-
I Ill-Ill l   WI -t  1 I "111 l  I I, 11 lis '<> plan   ol I 1 ,.11111 ll)/
Lontiimin/ ,,1(1 m ,,.s
Ol OKfiP II  I'W 1 OH   I in itoi
Uatol I , li   Kith \ H ui, il   \/ent
v\ (.oiiiiiii iu 1111; .11 a po-l In in-; th, 1101 Ih
ei-ttoint'i po-t 01 Willi mi L M.ilI. - Llulin am!
atljatent 10 tlie U('itln\e-1 loniei nl Oioifje H
'l'o lor- ilium ihuiiK -outh uclitv ilmiris
then, i' nt si 1 iyrlit\ 1 bam-, tin ntt noith t itflnv
t li mi- tin ni e in-L i'liiiin (I, nil- to pi ue ot
beioiiiiiii'.' nun iiiiiii/1)40 m us £^3
Wil.1.1 \M  I.  MAI IC   l.otutoi
HhLi il Hi li   Knit \ Hm kctl    \»,'(iit
"1" Comiiu 111 In/,11 a post belli'; llu south
wtstiointi post ofi.ustll li"elli>\ - elaiiii and
«lllj 11 Llll It) Hit IIOI lllt'llsl till in 1 ot Willi 1 ui 1.
Mat K s ilun) I hi nt, 11011)1 ciKhti ihains
ihi 1111 ea-i 1 ikIiu (li.uiis ihfiui -outh iifhti
elm 1 us tin 111 1 Mtstii/hii chillis to pi 10 01
lu /In 11111/ 1 01101111111/ (>40,li lis
Ol'vr || KHl.HI.V    1,01 not
I in ici I I'i I,   ]nth \ Hji keit    V/i nt
)•<    ( oiiiiii. in 111/ ,11  11  po-l   hem/  ihe souih
I u-t 1 in nei pnsL 01 TI10111 is H '1'olleisi u - 1 imiii
and uljiitnl In tin south wist 1011101   of Oust
II Kcllt \ s il iim   tin 1111   moth  u/lit\   chans
. h.ins   iliun,   easi  eizliu   .hilns  i..,.!,,. („f   ,]„„,,    u, _,  s„ , , , f   ,
I" ^iliiiin/  ioi-i oiiiiii; 1 411:1111 - J
oimino   1 tun ninn^ b-jn a. 1 o
Ldnfi ( 1 1 i Jom.  1 ot.ittj]-
\   Hn Ut r    \ji' nt
Dated 1,1,   |s   j'ni j
>*MH I  I
I) Hi dlih   I-   I'm.
14   ( miiinuiim/  ji   1
mi -I 1 01 in 1 posl ni M   J.
K   OKI  IN   I .,1 uoi
\   llm Ki It    \/i in
post 1iliii_   ihi   north
Hussi 11 s  11   im     md
ulj ict nt 10 tin uoi LimisL t oiik 1 01 Hiisi An
<l. isuiis LI urn tin im souih u/h.\ ihauis
Hi. nei ca-lci/hii 1 hams ihenee noith 111;) i\
■1 hums tin mi ii(siu/ht\ 1 hmis t,> plm of
b.*/miiin/ 11 nt iliun).. 14,1 K,c-
M   I,   I.L ->H1.H   I.,,, 1.01
Hindi ib   IS   1901 \   Hit Kill   \/i'iu
1") ( oinint'nt my .it a )io-,t htini; tlie
soutliM(-.i loin, 1 jm-. ,,f Man \ Main r - t laim and ld].u 1 111 to tin -outli
t .ist   toiiui   of    lohn   O Xeal -   1 laim
lllCMlf 1101 lh sO cli'.un-   ihoil tsl    Sil
tlialiis, llifiKe -.oiuil s(l (li.on- ihcnti
up-i SO 1 h,nn- tn ]j]ni ot In liiiiiiiiiM
.(onl.tnnho- did .in,.
M.11 \   \   Main r   I tn .iti.i
\    ll.lfUctl     \o,>nt    a
Oaled Ki-li   IS   l'lOi.
Ki     roiUlllflli lllir ,t|   ,1  ||ij-t  bfllio     llll
noptliwo-t ciiriici' jm-t „( T    \*    |{, (,| -
i Inim  and    irl|.n cmI   to   the   -oiilhiM-si
im 1111 \11-1 inriiti't'liiiliis'ihi*utr"-oTitirTI/IiiV
ih on- ilu ikl 1 a-i eiKhli 1 limn- 10 pliueof
bt lOiiiniiK t oiit.inuii'; 040 lines
THOM \s H TOU.I.rsLV   l.ocaloi
llilcillib   in   I'HH \   H.uKeil A went
Hnlttl I cb   10 Win
_'(> ( oiiiuienein/at ,1 post bein.' the soulli-
\u si iiiiiiei of 1{ I Mlllei - claiiiiaudailjiKent
lo ihe soulliLUsl t oilier of ( liiiubcll ICmiffmuii-
clioui ilient o noith ei-.'ht\ (halns iheiueeust
ciK>it\ (hams theiiie -outh u/hi\ i hams
theiiic iilsi eitflitj t hams to plat e or bejfuuilnKr
(11111,11111,1/ 010   mi's 1
K   .1    VHI.LI.K  l.oiatot
■\   llHiKett    \f;ent
Hated Ht'b   10   Plot
41 C'otnniL'iK 111/ at .1 po-t I11111/ tin noi tli-
east conn 1 post of loli 11 lloiints-o*, s ilunn nul
atljaLini to ihc mulhuest coinei ol Maimii
Howell s 1 laun iIuiiil south cit,rlit\ cluiiiis
thence west cj/lin 1 hams tlieuu uoiili ei/hlv
ihunis rht'iuc (ast ci|flit\ chain- loplutenf
beKlIllilu/   10111 illlllii; 040 IU 10-
11)11 V n!,NNi:SSJ.1 I.oi.iioi
A llu kit 1 V/ent
44 C'onuneiK 111/ 11 1 posl hem/ the -outh
i.ist LOinei post ol limes 11 I'l.uluis claim
and Miljuieiit to ihe-oiitluiLsl 101111 1 or W A
llaekelts clnini tin 1111 imiil) u„ln\ cli mi-
thente «esLoi(,'ht\ chiiiii- ilicmc s'uith ii/hn
chains Ihcntc L.i-t 1 i/lu\ ilium- to plan of
he/iunitu; 1 oiiliiiiiin/040 111 u-
.IAMHS II    Hi; \TIII K   l.tiuiLoi
\    H ILkt II      X/II1L
Mali (I 1 eli   10   I'KK
10 C0111111e11111iK.it 11 post t«o 1111 li -, 1101 Hi ol
Vmlicu HiuKitt s nun il posl bein;; tin noilli-
111 st toiiui post oi I'tti icK VV Dillon - 1 laun
1 hi me souih HO 1 li ilns adj.u nil m iho 1101 ih-
eust idiiiei of \111n11 Hui 1 is 1 lifin tin net west
so 1 halns ihi'm 1 1101H1HO 1 halns tin ntt (iisi
"ll chnins to plait of IiikIiiiuiij; loiilaituii/
(,40 ueies
l'A'I'Hll K   VV HI I,HON   l.ouitm
A     lla. ki tl    \|;eiu
lllll   d I'i li   10   Pill I
11 Ooiiimi lit iiik at a po-t belni; tin soutli-
^^. 1st ( 01 lll'l post or I I! M i-oii s 1 hum ami 11,1-
^^T jiiceul to llu  1101 llu asl   toiiui   ol   Huttitk   VV
Dillons (hum   (lii-iit <   11m Hi Ml 1 h mis   Ilunn
\u si SO 1 liains  iIkikc souih su i h.nns   ilunn
rust HO i hum- 10 pi 111* or In /11111111/ 1 mini in in
010 III It's
I     11   M VSON   1 01 noi
A   II 11 kit I     V/liiI
Dutud I'eh   10   1'iOt
li f'oinuii'iu ills; it .1 post lu 111/ Hn soulli
v osL 101 nei post ot'1' 0 Minin s 1 I iim umi ud-
J1IL0111 10 llu soiillu a-i im in 1 of 1 1{ Mii-oii -
<;lnliu. tlieiice noilh SO ehiiins. ijience t;nsl So
, ehiiins. Ilie.net: souih SO cluiiiis. Ihenci) west HO
ehiiins to  plitt-e   of   iK.'/iniiln/,   coiiiainiii';, tttn
■iieres.' ■•     " , ■ .   "
yT.  CV MANN,.  I.iiculoi*. .
'■':■'■■  , , A. liiiehi'tt. Atrent.
,  ; Dnted l-'eli. 10. l(ii«.
Ilk C.'oiumciieiiiK at 11 post lieiup the south-
i-jtsl eorner of T.lioiuiis I.. Ot'eeiioiiKh'K.elaiiii
. null udJiiceiiL 10 the northeiisi eoinei* or K.Hi
■ Mason's clnini. iho.nco. north SO chnins. .thenee
west HO chains, ihenee soulli 'pti ehiiins. ihenee
oust eighty clmins 10 pliieeof he/lnnini;. eoii-
luililllf,'()40iu*.ri'.s: '■'' ■■■■ - ■','.'
THOMAS  I.. <;iltkl'JNOU(lll.,i.oentor.
^^ ,A'. Hneki'it. Apnl.
jA    Dined l.'eli. in, l!lo;i
i|4. Ooiiiliieiieiii'-: ul a post hejiiff Ihe 'south-
west eoriierjiosl. or.),, M. Oenighty's claini and
.adjiieeiit to tht' soiiLhciisi, cni-niu* or 'I'hoiiins L.
't;reeii()uj;h'.s clii'iu, ihenci' north, Bo tdiiiins
'llience. east HOehulns. tiience south su chains,
tl.lieneli ivt-st HO chains' l.o pliu'e of lic/|iiiiiii(;
containing 11-10 acres. .    ' ,-   .   ' ■
; .1. ,M. OIOKAOHTV". I.ocinor.
A.  H-ii'U-iit.l.'.AKeu'l.
'Dnted Feb. 10   I'.ioa.'
Id. Coiiiinene.liiK 11t.11 post Imliu; the mirth
east, corner post, or Minnie M. Miller's claim
ihenee south HO chnins to tlie southeast, corn 01
adjacent to the nm-tlnvesl corner of H. ,|: 1,0-
Hiin's eliilin. thence west ,st.i chains,' ilieiie..
noilh SO cliains. thenco oust, so chnins In place
or bi'Kiimln/, ciitii,ii.inini; 1140 acres.
MI.N'NIK ,M     MII.I.KK,  l.uCator.
A.  I Inch i;it.   A Kent.
Dined Keli.-IO, Hlu:i.
IM.    (.'ominoiielnjr ul 11 posl.  beiiij;   tlie   northwest corner post of M.  Douzui-'s cliiini: ami adjacent lo the iiorihonst.  corner  of   Minnie   M.
.Miller s eliilin, thciit*'. south so eluilus.   thenee
easl iO chains,  thence nurili so uhains^ thence
Coiiiuu nt 1111^ ut a post beuiK fhe uoitli-
IM'sl (Olllll posl of It A Hun liiusou s I Im iu
md udjiii lui i» the southiii'si iiunei or K J
Mill, i s 1 laun tliente south eighty . Iiauio.
them e east ei^htv lIiiuhs thenee north elifhtt
(limns theiue nesi citfliti ihums to pla.eor
bt i;iiiiiui/ 1 omnium*; S40 aires
H    V   HTITCHINSOV   I.oihLoi
V    Hut Kelt  AKent
Ditlitl I'lb   10 Mini ,
IS (. onimeiit 1 ui; at a post beui/ the noitheast 1011111 posl of,J vr .lohiison m Imiii, mul
KtljHicni 10 theiioithttestioinei one \ Hulcli
Ins.m'si laun theme south ui;hti iIihius theme
west eijfhti chums, tlieni e north eight\ chains
I h( 111 e enst 1 ishtv 1 hams tn pi i<e of beglninni;
(011I11I111111; 040 hi ies
r   M   .lOIIM.SON, l.oiatot
A   HseKolt   \prent
Dated l'el)   10 1001
-I'I ( oimiit'iiciiiif al 11 po-t heini; llu inuuil
post ol D F Smith's 1 Inim about two mill*,
south or the mill il post of < liiiubcll ICauffiiuui
cliinn them e noitli light} cliaiiis to
llu soiillu tut coi nei ot .1 M .lohiison s e.aiin
tin nee west eiKhtv ( hui ns ihenee south eli;iit\
ihains tin me I'ust eiKbti 1 hums in pine of
Ik^'11111111/ Limtmnln/ t-to ants
H   r   SMITH,  l.uiutoi
V    Hm kett   \Kent
Hilled  I't b   to HIOI
no.  .C'oiiiiiieiieliiK at a jiosi 'lielutr the south-
ivest coriier post of NT: Diivin' claim; aud  hiIJh-
eentlti   the SouihesHt corner of D. K Smith's
eliiiui. tluuiee north uiiflity cluiiiis, thence east
eighty  chains., thenee  south: eiifhiy  ehaiiis,
thenee ivesl eighty chain- 10 pluecorhejfiiiiiiiij;
eimtiilului; (140 acres. *
c'   N.  MAV'ISI,'■ Locator.-
A.  Haehett. A«tiiii.
Dated l''cb.  10 UHI3. ,
III. Coinineiicini; ul u post beiiij; ihc north
ivesl corner post, of Liila ltrooks" cliiiiii and
adjacent to the southwest corner of N. Ila'yis'
elaiiii, thence south eighty i-haini!. tlii-nei-. east
eih'hly ehuin's.. -thenee nortli'.ui^hly el.niiis,
Ihenee west, ei/hly ehaiiis in place of hfgllining
conl 11 ini 111/ ri40 acres.    - t
■ I.IDA   HlfOOIiS.  I.iii'iiior.
A A  Hacki'.ii. Ai/eii:.
Hilled Feb. 10. IlKKf.
::«. (.'01u111enci.il'; at'a posl. belli); .Hie'northeast corner post of .fames Marshall's'('Inim and
adjacent tu ihe. north west coriier of Lidu
HronU's .cliiiin. thence r.irlh eighty ehiiins.
llience west, eiAlily chains, tlieiice souih olfjlity
chains, thence east ul/lity ehiiins 10 place or
hci;iiiiiiii(;. contaiuiiiK 040 ileitis. A
'      .IAMKH MAHSUALL. L<uu.|...r.
A. IliicUeli. A/ent.
Datetl Feb   10, 11*03.
:t:t. CoinineiicliiK ittit p.1-1 hciiiK alic initial
post, of .1. I*:. VV. Tboiii[..-.(),i's chiiiii, about two
miles souih of the iniiiiil posl of D. K. Smith's
claim, liienci; noilh ei|;hiy chains to the south
cast corner of .Iniocs .MmShull.'s claim, thencn
ivi-st t-i/bly chains, ihcuei* south c-i^hly ehtiiiis
l.hciicc cu-i ci(;hl.v chnin- lo jihuc of be/iimiiu,'.
'.•until in in/ I'.jo acres.
, J. IpVV. TIKJMI'.SON. Locator-
"       .   A.   HitckulL.   A/ellt.
Dated Feb. 10. ItfO!!.
'44.    I'"Imiii,-11. Iiii; at u po-t   bfiiiu  the south
Dated Feb   10  loul
4> ComineiKiiiK al a post In tn/ ihe 1101 lh
west (oinei post of Ch.ulie (.nl-ons cl 11111
thence easl ei«lu*, chains to die noitliwest 1 oilier of John Ilcimessev s ilaim Ihcntc smith
eighty chains thenee wt sieii/lui 1 linm-ilu nn
north eighty chants 10 plat t oi lu/innm/ ,,,,,
tsiinnj; tHO at ies
OHAHLIi: CAH1.SOV   Lot urn
A  Hni Kelt    V/i in
Dated I'eb  10  PJOt
4« Coinnieiiciutf nt a post bum; tin noi 111
enst coiner post of Oust Unisons il.ttin mni
ailjscint to the ninth m»i eoinei oiciiiilit
Curlson s claim thuiee west u/Iih cliaui-
llicm e south ei/lit\ chains tliuiic ( nst u/hn
1 hums, theme noith ei/ht\ t h nn-10 pl.u ( 01
beifinnins coiitainuij; 040 ni ic-s
OUST OAULSOV   l.oiutoi
V   Hxekiii    V/eiiL
Datetl I'eb-10 IDOt ,
47 Comment 1111: nt 1 l>"st hem/ ihc souih
eust lornei po-l of Mai\ Ileiinpssei s claim an I
mljuceut to the noitheast loim r cf (.iisi (Jm 1
son s clsim. tlienti noi lh t'li/hiy ihums tliinic
west eifcht> chains llu mo south eiirhti chains
theme ea-t t'ij,'ho t hams to pl.uc 01 be/innm/
contiii 11111/040 .1111-
MAltV HLN.VHSSIA    Lociit.u
\   II VI KHI'I     V/uit
Datttl l't h  10  1001
IS Comnieuciiij; ut a po-l lu'in/ ilu south-
Meit 1 omei posl 01 M.ii/uict Ikiintss, \ -
ilaltn ami mljaeint to the south 1 ist . 01 nt 1 01
Man Hennessev s cl urn iheni e nniili ciKhlv
iliHini thenei cast ci/hf chums tin me smith
eighty chains, themt. west u/hij chains to
pluce of be/iiiniiis', coiitainiu'/ i>40 ucres..
JJalt'd Feb. 10, IlKL't AT Hackett, A/cut
40. CoiiiiueueiiiK at ii post lieins; the soutli
west corner post of. Michuel McAnerney's clnini
nutl adjacent to Hie uortliwesi corner post of
Murgnrel lleiinessey's elaiiii, thence north
eighty chains, thenia: ., cast eighty cliains.
ihence.souih ei/lny cliniiis, thence west ei/lity
chains to place of be/innini;. contiiiiiin/.till)
acres.   -,   ,, MICHAKL MeANKUNlCV. Lo-nior
Datetl l;eb. lOlh '  A. ItaekcLI,. AKeni
SO.   |t.'oiuiiieiiuiii|j" ul  n .'post  beinn tlie sou Hi
Notict I-heiclii/im 11 tion II111U dais nliei
ilate mi llu iindti-iKiied intend to apph 10
the Assistant ( oiiunis-iniici of Lnnds ami
Woiks 101 tin Disliutoi I a-l liooten.1*, ami
tin* Chief Commission-.! of Lands nui VV01K-
101 licensi s to pio-pet t foi io il on tin follow-
in/ disci ibid hinds -itinili soulli of the 1'litl-
h. id ltnt I, in 111 llu Hmeliti Cut K Ti.nl and
east,01 the enst boiindaii line ot the C ili.nliiiii
Hacihc KailMiu /mnt in the south mst ponton
01 Hast Kooionai Di-nitt   Hi insh ( olmnbia
1 ( oiiiiiii iicin/ nt i post hi 111/tin nm thwest
coinei post of D I' Vntleison s i l.iiin .md adjat cnL lo the noiihenst 11111111 ol M n Hn/llsli s
1 laim ilium -ouih t i/ht\ t h mis ilumc i.isl
ei/lm (hams theme noitli ti/lu\ iliini-
llicia e 111 -L cij/iit\ 1 li nils Lo pi 11. ol lx ziniiin_
( Ollt.1111111/ 010   1C1L- .
D   F  ANOI.HSOV   Loiiiioi
DaLitlleb   IH   pin I A   llm ki it" A/i ill
J ('omniencin/ it 1 post hcui/ tin -oullii isl
1011101 posl of lie/urn C'iiiIsoiis 11 mn ihcnii
1101 lh UfjhLv 1 luiins thuii 1 »csi 1 i/lu\ i h nns
to the 1101 the i-t iniiit'i of D I Vnileisou s
ilani) tin ut e -outh ei!,'hl\ ch nns iIicikc nest
ei/hl\ il ams to pi lit o'be/11111111', 101111111I11/
n-IOuiic- Ul C.IVA LVHLSON   locum
Dlllctl   I I 1) IS \   ]| |LL,, u     \/L|U
t Cuiii_Jueii( 111/ul 1 po-t hem/llicsiuiLlnu-t
(mini post of Id 1 C ui ]-on s il nm mil ii.ljiuuii
lo tin soiillu 1-1 101 nei ol 10/inn ( ulsoiis
(I.liiii tliLiu e 1101 th Lit;lil\ ( h mis limit 1 , m
ci/hii chums iln 1111 souih ii/lu> , h im-
tlu m c wi -t 1 i-fliii ch nns to pi 11 e of In /ilium/
i minium;; ii|0 ni ks ll)A( VKLSOM Locatoi
Datetl IVIi IS   I'HH Vllicktll   V/ciu
•4 Coiiiinu 1111/ul a posi hem/Lht noilhwisi
lO'mi posl ol I I' Doiinelli -Li.iiin ind udj 1-
11 in m iln southwest 1 011111 01 Idn ( nlson-
ilinm lliciiu -ouih u/lii\ 1 h uns 1 )u nei i nst
cisrhli ihnns thriiir 1101 (li i i/ho tlimiis
llu 1111 west u/bu t li nn-to pi 111 of In ,11111111/
imit 1111111/ lllll ik 11 -
I I' IJONM.LL1   Lmiiioi
Dnlid I't b is   1001 \   H u K, ii   \ ,,„,
coiiH-i    of   M.u_\     \     .M.ilR.r-   .laim
tlitjiii'u -Diith so 1 ham-   tin 11 ,i-i   so
rli.iiiis llieiui 1101 ih SO chain- tln-m ,
iM'-t SO i ham- tu (il.u e of l.cyinnin/
COIlt.lllIlllii •'■•(I .ici ('-
rl'   V   1 toed. I.oimioi .
\    lladoMI    \j;i'iir>
Dated Kcli   IS   I'HH
17 l-oiiiiiii'iii ni" ,11 a post liciiij, tin
northwi'-l eoinei po-t of Willi.nn \lal-
.ifam's claim  and .id],n*eni lo iln* 1101 1I1
n.tMpannOi oI__T \"     Komi -   ilaiin
tlleTToosiTiTtirstlT-iranpr. t lioiu'e wi-t so
I'h.illls   tliuini   mn tli Sil   t*li,nn-   theiiri
t\l-t    SO   Clutllls    tn    pl,u ,.    of llL>"llllllll
I     27    ( oiiiiiii nt i'ij>- at   1 pnsi   bcin-j tin*
iiOitliui -t   t 01 ,u 1    i.(i-t   of  h     L     \Ii-
Intvits   , l,nm    ai tl   .idiatc'nt    to the
-ontlnw -1 t nt in 1   nf   L(3n]|   (idufoid-
1 1 inn   tin ut 1   -obiJi  sn  1 nam-    tlni.ic
( .i-t Ml (•hjjjjs   tJ], i),,  noitli   SO  < luun-
llii in i.J^ATsf'r^li on-   to   jilan   ,,f   ln>-
/DHll'lL!    t out iii^n/  l,-)0  it tell   1.   Mt Jnt\i(>, Louttoi
\    II 11 kett   AyeiH
Oat. 11 I ih   1-   I'm
-s ( (iliiiin tn mu 1' .1 po-t Iir hij tin-
1101 ill. .i-i po-t ni (li.nl, - Milntvus
1 1 11111 im, ad 1 it 1 11 ni 1 hi nm HivM,t
1-01 in-i ol II I, Mi li Hi, - , laun
lh. nei -ouih 111. h mi- tin in 1 u<-1*^(1
t h.iin- ihomi nm ih so , liain- tlieint-
1 .1-1 so ( ham- lo plat 1 nl In /inning.
1 iiiit.onino- old  u 11 s
( h ti le- \lt Inn 1,    I,in .Hoi
\   Jl.it Im 11     pi nt
Doled Tt I)   IS   1<mi !        0
-'•    ( oiiiiii' nemo al 11 pn-t ,1111 >nt   tno
milt -   soutli   of    ( h 11 ii -     \|, lnt\n ,
iiniiti po-t   lu mo-tin  s iiithe is; i 01 nei
l'"^1. "' •,'..•,!>,-.l''!.  -^'ni, tjo - .(l.iiin,,. tliunu-
ii(.iftih-;S,0 olntihs. I.lr(.'iii:0'"vv*j;.*s't-{:X(I' oluiiils X
thclioo.siiiith Sp i*,liainfi.l'lioni;i;   oiistpiO V
I'liani*, to phiixviof., I'lo^'jn'iif.n'o-. vi-o'iiiniii--,''■
liijj' (i-li'i .'lores..''■.■;■';'.".. i'j-j: ;. <i..''-''i'-.xiiXy'X
.■■'.- ixi:- L-"-"-'f'«*?»vj'VIi,_;A.I_*ii^t-iti-;;; Ikii-iitopT a
aii.st.i'oi-iici* posl of 11. .1. l*'ahcy'.s claim nni ml-
jiieeni to the south west coinei- of Micli'iiel' Alc-
Aiii*riioi*'.s einiiii, thcii.c 11nri.l1 eighty- cliains
llieitec. .west, eighty ehiiins. thi.-iu-c souih cl/luy
chains, thenee east ei/hty ehiiins to plucc of
lic/lnuiiiK. coiiiaiiiitin 010 aeres.
II. .1. PAIIKY. I.tienlor.
tinted [<'eh. 10th :   A. HitekcLL, AKcnl.
fil.' Coiiiiiieueili/ut. 11 po-l. Iicin/ til.) norili-
'west' corner:of .I'.ou'i*' ('lapp's eliilin. thciip
south e.iKbty chnins. 1 iicnee enst. ei/lny ehiiins
to the southwest conii-.r, of Mary Honiiossey's
cliiini,'tlujiiee iiiir't.li,,el'iih't.v cluiiiis: Ihenee west
eighty eliains l.o pliiee of lioioimini;. eontuliiiiiK'
IHO acres; LOtjIS OLA I "I'.-Looiilor.
Dnted i*'cl'. I"lli A. Huckelt. A/ent
5-J. C.'ouOiiciicin/ui 11 pnsL lieiiiK Hie north
eastetirner posl of Klleii Carlson's eluiin. mni
HiljiK-c'm 10 the north west corner or Louis'
Clapp's claim, thence souih cii-'lity clmins
tlietifc west ci/hly ehiiins. thence mirth ei/lity
chiiiii-*.' ihenee en.«l ei/hly cluiiiis to pliiee of
bi'/iimiim. fmintiniiik.'040 iieres
Dated I'd', loth A. Huckeit, A/ent.
s:i.   Coiuiiienciii*;  nt   :i   post lioin/ the south
■> (0111111(111111"; n 1 po-t 1,1111/the 1101 Hit isl
loi 1111 posl 01 l'aunk lIcnnos-c\ s ilum md
.idjiui 111 in tin 11011I wo-l (Oinei   ot   I   I    Hon
HClll  S    (.1.11111      IlllllLC      -Olllll     ei/hti      LllllllS
Hit nt e we-l ei/hf. eh uns thent e noith t i/lu*,
ih nns tluiiLC (.i-t i o/lii% (linns 10 pi id of
1)1/11111111/  1 0111,1111111/1,40 Kin
HVTHlf'K IILNV1 ssi.-i Lo, .1101
A HiicKotl V/cnt
(t (01111uc11111iK.it 1 po-t bt in/ iliLiiotiheasi
loi mi po-t of P Waldo TMuiphi -flimi.iud ul-
j.ik nt to the southc 1st tin ii"i ot Chilli- Vus-
1111 - chum ihi nee south ei/hti (huuis ihmie
wist u/ht\ ch nils tin ni e noitli ctzlili ihauis
llu ikc cast eif,'hl\ chains io pi in* nl hi i.'iniiuiK'
tonl 1111111/ Old acus
T VV \LllO iMUKI'U\    L.mloi
V II 11 kett    V/l ill
r   LniiiinciiuiiK nt 1 post bun/the noitliHi si
1011101 post 01 C Lewis . 111m und  adjiiitnt  to
the  noitheast loimr 01   T  Wildo   Miuplii s
claim  Ihtnii -outh ci/lii\ ch uns    theme Ln«t
eit.lit\   ihams    Hiciill   noith    cighti    chains
thenei west elghtx (linns to pi it e of be/innm/
lOiiiuiniiiK (HO111 ie-       O LLVVIS   Locatoi
V II uketl   V|;eul
x   Loumiemin/ it a posi bun/ ihc sotithwt st
101 iici post of Oeoijjc Tin iici - 1 lioin   nnd    ul-
jiciut   tn   tin    -oiitluiisi   * 01 nui   m  (hiiksS
Clutj; s  iliffu    ihciKL   noilh    Li/hti    chains
thciiLC L.isl ciKhi\ ( h.nns  thuiti south u/ho
ilinins  iheni 1 «istei/hl\   t li mis   m  phue of
hc/i 1111111/ 1 out 1111111/tilt) .im-
v OKOKOKTUKXKk! Lociitor,,
i- , A llHiikett, A/enl
0, Coiiinieiicin/*ai u post btn'ii/ihe iiorlhwesi
corner posl-Of I, II PriuherV - chiiiii and iidju-
cenl In Hit; soutlnye.st eoruer i,r'C!eor/e Turner's cliiini, llience south tii/hty chnins, thence
oust ei/lity chnins. thence north ei/hty chain3
llience H(.*st?ei/liiy ehiiins to pincc of be/iniiln/
coniainiii/iHOiiercs I, H 1'HATIIKH Locm.oi*
.     ,. A llil'ehctl, A/ctlL
HI 'CoiiniH'ticluz at a posl licin/ tiie souihenst
I'tirner post of Kdwiird Crubb's chiim. Llience
norlli el/lily chulns, llience .we.it el/lity iihiilliis'
to the northwest coriier of (ieor/e Turner's
claim, thence .south ei/hty chains, theiiee oust
elzhly ehiiins to place'of he/innin/. eouiiiiiiln/
IHO iieres-'" KI)VV'AIO) OKUHII.  Loeaior
A Hitck-ett,, A/cnt -
11 Coinmeiieiti/ at, a posl, lie.iu/ Ihe sniiili
west corner post of Albert Heck's clnini niul
iiiljiiccut, to the Tsoiiiheiisl corner of lOdwnrd
(Irubli's cliiini. thence, ijoi-l h cl/lny cliuin.s
Llictit.-i-* ensl ei/hly elutliis. Ihenee smith cl/lny
cluiiiis. thence west el/hi,y cluiiiis to pi,,ee of
l'(,'/inniu/..coiil,nliilii/tllii nei-es.
Ai.HI'lK'P HKOIi. I.neiiii.11
(•oiiLiltlllli; 040 act es
William M.ilaf.int. lanatoi-
A   llai-ki it    pent
Dated c'eli   is. I'lOl
Is    Connnoncinn ,it a post  ln'm«'  tin*
1101 tliou-t   coi noi*   po-t  of   Charles    II
Sl.tne'-   cl.mn     and   ad|.Kent    lo   1 fits
-ontli ea-t coi net* ol 'Willi.iin Mal.ifauts
cliinn. thenco south so  i-hain-    tlicnct
wo-t SO chain*,   thotuc 1101 tli SO thain-
tliencc  c:i-l   SO  oli.ini-   to   place of Ik -
■,11111111',   collt.lLIHIlL! fi-IO   n re-
( ll.o le- i;   -.lane,   l.otaloi*.
A    ll.icki II     \eeni
D.ited Keli   IS. I'lOl
I'i Coiiiiiionciiiii it ,1 po-l limine ilu
nortli \\e-t coiner of ( 01,1 H. slam -
cl.11111. .md .idj.toeiil to the 1101 th e i-t
ionic!   of    Cliarlo-    I]     Sl.me -   iliini
Ili«'i soutli s'O 1 ham-   thoiKi    t ,i-l   so
ch.on-,   tlieni o north SO i ham-    tlienti
we-l   Sil  chains   lo   placi of In yiiiitini;
( oniainiiio 0-10 at refill ,1 M   slain    Lot .itoi
\.   IJ.K Ul It      \ Lfi in
Dated Fah   10   I'M)!
JO < (iiiiiiieiu 111^ al a po-t lioine thu
noillit 1st ( 01 1101 of M .li 1111 I !ei ir-li tnn-
tl.tni'c ind .idj.u enl to tho -oiithuo-t
coi nei nf Oh L Moll s ol.Lim tin in e
-oui ll SO i ham- I heni e ui--l SO eh mis
I hi llco 1101 111 SO ( h mis tliLiue o.t-t SO
( ll.llll- tO pl.K C of 1)1^11111111^ ((inlllli-
111 •>  <i-J0 .11 I e-
M.h 1111 Dei n-i 1 nm   1 oi, iim
\    II .iclfoll     \o( til
D.Ht d IMi   IS   l'KII
JI ( OIIIMKIII inn ,11 <i posl 1 it-11111 tin
-outliu i-l 1 01 nei po-i ol I'tiei I |,i-
v.indei f 1 I.nm ami .u'pii.nt in ilu
nni Hi im si t 01 noi of Lilian V I'.iti nl,-
1 1,mn 1 In in t 1101 tli SO eliain- llniiit
oa-t SO eh.im- Iln-nee-tint If" SO thain-
tlicil(( vvi-t Ml cli.1111- lopl.nt of In -
nnillllln    I Ollt.llllllln   040   n 11-
1 'I'lci   1. I.t*v<in<lci    1.01 iim
\    n.teUott.   \j( nt
1)   is   |'|0!.
Ditted: l''ol.i.; 18/ llllKl'; :.K Xyi-xXi: y-X\.:
•'Wa Ctiiunit/nein'o- at ,*i post.Iminn--the
( l!iini.-°;md*aldjji;(M*iit -f'tii- the'soiithe'iist *
1 ininii}i <J^-10r-Siilip\JiL(-'iiV's: oljtiin; tpioric:^.;
' * * -i-.1 T ^ *.' :--*^.*?_, «-".'"•• f »■" i '* 1'=*; :^ I- J i""^! i>40---ii s'aias tj'.-"«t J.-V/LjI f>" i > i ss V' -
clnuipio place of -Jjoy'iiiniip.-i-oohui.ii'ir:
in if- 'i-IOaci-es:1'-:   'y.r.~a-:jj,.yyfy.X X'■'""■ ■ ::X''
.'X jyjijjy'j pp.-pseih; Vai*i:oe,: Locatot'T
'.'Dated';''Fi:\k l.$j ISIOM.X'' JX::"X A,   ':
JJ < 011111101K hilt .it <t po-t In ini; tin*
1101 llu,ist 1 01 nei ol Thoin.i- \\ Dull -
cl.mn .Old id],Kent in the -outh 1 i-t
coiner of Itoliecta Don.in - tl.inn.
thence-outh so , hain- tlicnce wc-t so
chain-, tlicnce 1101 tli SOchains theiui
ei-t SO chains to pl.ni of hi omniiii;
eont.iinini! t»-IC> ,it 1 o-
'Pliom.is W   Dirks   !-.i)(,itoi
A    Il.u kcli    \ucnt
Dated IVIi   is   l'KH
Jt ( oininencnitj .it .1 po-t In int* llu
noi rlu\e-t 101 in 1 of Malic] H llaekelts
ol.lim and .id].icent tn the noi rho.i-t
coi net* of 'riiont.i- \V link'- ( 1 .ti 111
thonce-outh So chain- thenct 0.1-t mi
chain-, them e 1101 t h St) ( ham- thent 1
we-t Stl t h.iin- to jil.it e ol In <i 1 mi 1 M_;
contaiiiiiio'(140 itci*(.*.-i.      .''••'
Malici H.' llaekotl. Locatur
-      ' '     „;.  -,A.  i-liickott. Ayehl
Dated i'\\U; ISJHKIM. ■
"J4 '''..■Cominoiiuiny at.11 .jm ist hoi on* the
southeast coriier post of Kranees ("lood-
ncr's claini. andiidjaccnl to, the south
west corner of Thomas l'"ahey's claim,
tlioncc. north HO chains, t.lionce west SII
chains, tlicnce.-:south SO cliains,' ihenee
east .HO., chains to .place of lice inniiie-
eonlainin'n- l|.|(l acres.
"^ Kranees fioodner. DoeiLl.tit'
A.I Iacl;ett. Au'i.-nl .-
. Datetl-l'-eli:, IS. Mlfl.'l.      -
-.vest corner yuu of ueortjc x: ltuberts claim,   east corner post of .lidward C'orVery's cluim
A. llucK-i.l. Aireni
,K (.'oiiiineiieliii; ,-U u posl. Iielui; lliennrth
west corner post of Thomas Foster's claim :,,,.!
uiljiicciit to : tin: sou tli west ei'iriiei* .0' Allien
Heck's eluiin. thenee south elirhty eliuins
llience east civilly chains, ll'iem-e north eiehty
cluiijis. Ilie'nee west ei/lny chnins in pluce of
ht'k'iiiuiim. contiiiiiii*; 040iit:res.
■/PilO.MAS I'VIS'PKK. Lueatur
A llneld'tt. A»;enl
i:i r.'oinineiiciii'.' 111 11 posl lieini; Die uorthhnst
corner post of Sninuel 1< tirccn"-cluim mul ml-
jiicent to t.ht.i norlli well, corner of Thomas
Foster's' claim, tlieiice south eighty chains
llience west eijjhiy chains, tlieiice uorth  eighty
"2H - ('onitiiciiciiiir ill 11 posl lieiny the
(soul hcast corner . pnsi. ,if ■ D. \. .Me-
Intyrc's fhiiin. ,'intl alioul two miles
soul h (if .1.. I'",. \V. 'riitiiiipsun's initial
I mst. Ihenee. north S(»- cliiii.ns. lln.-ncc
wesl SO chains, thence soul h ,SO chains
thenee easl SO chains In place of lie-
e'iiiniiie'. eoiitainine; li 10 acres.
D.N. .Mel.nlv.re.  I.ocatnr
A. IDtcketl. '.pout    .'
Dated  Koh.  IS.  I'.MKI. '
J'i <'oiiiuieiicini;'at a post lieino1' the
southwest ctii'ttei* jiosl .' of .Kdith (,'raw-
ford's chiim ami adjacent to the south
cost .corner of D. X. .Melntyri-V claim
I lionet* north SO' chains, thonce east
SO-1 chains,    thence   south.   SO   chain's, |
'■•il '■■■■■ Ci'miiiicii'Liiji' at ii'p( ist beiiij the:'^
ii(|rth'vyosi.-,:,.rc(.-i*n'ei' .;,. jiost.,- of,', '.loseph ;.
I 'hillijp. claini;. .anil   adja(:onl|;- .'tp,;-j.ilit)'■',.',
cliinn.' tJioncpTsoujJi: Stl; ciiiiinis,  .tlioncc tt
c.isijSO;cli;iiiis; .tliciiee iii(ii*th;SO  chains;.' }
thoiiee"'wespSO AdiainsT'to^iinicc op)o- X
Ai^pSCMosiijili; LJh il lii'istt Locat oi5a^:
'■:.'. .■':-'";:...'■"'■■.■''.vAv'Uii'(;;kott;.;;;i\^oiit-';X"
.Da.i,e(i Fa 1 il':18;:p\!K]"i''..-i:xxiyXH      ':,'■ -]X-'
■^-. Ti^'/'M^'^'i'-niti'l''! JtTposV';l)giii^.';t'.li,a ■..'-,'-.
'hM'Jli^isC ;(*oi;uoi*:T'p'^
1.1 a ii in A th ei 1 (p .i|oiiXl pSOi (-1)1 ti i u -jj tji o i 1 ii^ -
1'' H-'-'^-VJ :"'-:;.^M?,'^-.'-??'M-'-i-; ^'-'i J.l'M.",'/i'-": ■ioA-'-ijiiitie'Vi/:.' !>*iT^'.'-:-:-A
y 1 ti 11 iiiy:;-^'otp^tini 11 ypi-i0->iqi*eg^'.A.VAr,;aV "';t::! j-
'Ji, ia}y\i It J i' ^;' M»x.£iS^!L!. i^ yj A' • ti^; OtJ. nS 00 i 1 wkX^:..
p'T;p:AV' -;!!;.. ^'A/.i-Uleliep" A o-oiitTA;:/.',;■'.
Da to(i Tl'',j j, a* Hf' I i)0;!. -; "'•' '■ yii ij. jXyiX^ ■ .■'■hi
inily^AsiViiih of i,Ji.^ iii|i,i-iI,[)(,rtt 0|.'-'iviitlii'-V-'t:'.,?':
1 1 iue Anne-Vaipiefs i*laiii|A.hcinn'pli'o ■"."■".-
-tinlheastAitiriier'i'VistofTi^lith IJli'i 1-1 ijj^::'.'
1 l.tiiii,;ihyiice.iioi-th.;S0   t'liaih-j1.: :theiit;o   '",
1 ist. sn;eliai:iis.! tliencestiii'ili   SO' chains . .-'■
Iheiiei: vy'osti.Sj)'eliains -:t'o "plnee   of   i 10-
14tnniiiii'. (-(Hitaiiitiio-(iIt) iioci.W.
i'i'j ';■-.'.�� ■■;-":' I'-dithJ'hilliiis; Locator1. ;
j.'"::'":X   .•.,."■''    A. ,liaek(*i.t.,v\.g'cnt, °,  a
Dated l'el). IS.  lilll/l, .'-,  '"-"..'■'"•' v*';;  ii''rx'j"-''
U    (.'oinjneiicino'al iiptist- libi.uo': the :.'-.-:.
southwest corner.'jiosijof'-.'-'tuil- l-'hillip's- ■
i l.iim   and   adjacent  t,"' the :soutlie;ist   ., :
corner of Kdith' Dhilliji's ultii'ih.-.tlionot''., )i
nortli SO chain?, t henceettstTSOT^-hains.'
thciiec'soti'th SO cliaiiiiA thoiiec-Nvest  SO '■'.
1 liains Ui;])laco of'T'hee-iiitniio-. poniain-t A
ine.ii-lo-acres;- •' ':■ .. ■>-.. .'.:.:■"'.'■:.:,/.;. ,s'•;-.--. :!;; '. ..':;
■'■',',■      ■' I'aiil Pltillijis. l.pcal.or;   ' ,:
A : '' A._. riT;uiki..i;t.._ -. Airt:iiY.,-;'.;-..^ .'■'■ ■
DaterfPelh is/Ilioa,   . -...' .'; :: .' • ....
Ti   '('oinmencino';it a.'jip'si' l.ieino-;ihe
noith    \vest- ''corner   ])0»t   of   Kdnunid   .   ■
Diui-y's claim and adjacent to th0,sou,th
we-t eot-ner x)f   I'itiil   Phillip's   claini,   ;- '•
thence son th SO chains,'thenco  east. SO
cliains. thence-north SO chains, 'thence
west SO.chuins to 'pliil'O' of hoo-iiniinii-.-i '..'.■:
t oi!tainihL'v()40 i'u:i*es.. "    ,■'.■'■
:""' . ■■ Kdnuiiid llriiry. Locator        '
■ ",-  -'     "a    :a. Ilacket.. A^ent'   ' ' .'
D lied l-'oi). IS, i'.io.'i. '. ■  ,     ; "-:
."In    ('.(nnnieiic.inn- at a. jkisi hoiiif,'   iiui'  ■
ndri hetist corner'.pii-'t'■of Sidney Clarke.-...
claim-'.-ind  adjacent .in   the.  nortli west,
corner     of    -Kdmnnd     Driiry's   claiih.,
Ihenee south SO  chains, thence west SO
chains, thonce nortli so eliains,: tlieiice
(••ast   SO   eliains   to   phice   of l'leo-i'imiiiLr
coiiiaininn'ti-lil aeri-s. '
Siiltn-y C'larki*. I*,ocal.or
■;;.'■ A.  liockeli. .-Vo-eni,'
Datetl Ki'li.  IS, Itln.'l. ■
Tf :<:.■■
'.'l~ < "(iiiimeiiein*.'' nl :l posl, Imiiin*. the
norlliwe.St- cornei- jiusl. of. Marsliail
( 'owline''s"el.'i,iin . and adjacent, u, ,|.|u.
soul.hens! ■ coriier of Sidney Clarke's
claim, tlieiice so,llll Spl'i.-hiij.',, thenee
east SO eliains. t lieiiee linrt li SO. chains,
thence west SI.)'ehjiins to place of |n-
n'iimlne, c.iiiljiininn■ (il(,l acres.
.Marshall Cow line.
A.   lilicketl..
Dated l*\*li. is. i<in:i; .
A ire lit ■
US . (,'oniitiL'neiii- ai.a jiost. Iieiiiy tht;
norl lu-iist- corner p,,st ,,f Meli,i,|a („'i,u-
l.iji-'s claim, and adj-ii '*nl lothe nortli'-
west coriier. ol' Marshall ( 'ow lino's
claim, tin-nee soulli SO cluiins. Iheno,*
west SO eliains. thenee 11,u-t h S'(| ((hail,-,'
thence ensl SO chains In place ,,f |,e.
e-inniiii.''. ..•otitainiiii; 'il(l ae'res.
Melintln < "uwlinv. Locator
'- A.  Ilaekett. An-,.,,!
" Dated Fub. IS,  I'JO.'J. ' .) THIC JMIOSI'ECTOK,   FOUT STEKLU,  H. C,  FKlJHIJAItY 2S    I'n :i  North Star lodge  NO. 30.  A.  F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  I'OitT STK10LK. li. C.  IteKUlar   iiieeilnn's��� 1st   Tuesday   In   eai-l  month at ultjhi o'clock.     Vlsiilne Hiethern an  eordially invited.  Kill Kiver Lodge.  Feiuic,  iefc-uhir meetlni;-  held tlrsi Friday or eneh month.  Cianbroolt I.oJku, Cranbrook, regular meet-  lugs held on the third Thursday or each month.  II  L. Ma'1 iikk,'Secretary.  ��Jte %}XOffpBXt0X.  SATURDAY, KHUIUIAKY 'JS,  UiO.J.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  ->tO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT  STEELS. B. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month at eight o'clock.  , .Sojoufiiinir Cotiijxiiiioiis tiro ooiiimlly  iivitelt.  R. L. T. Gal.uk.MTH Scribe K.  Professional.  Geo S  MeC'arter. J. A. Harvoi  HARVEY & McCARTBR   -  lium.iU'if,   Solicitor*.  Nvtiirte.-   I'ublic,  ( Vni rtryan re, if rtc  FOlfV  STHULK,  H.  C.  '   RKVELSTOKK STATION and UOLDUN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADB.  I  LOCAL NEWS. I  ���Miuiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuujiiiiiiiiiiiiiu-:-  IJ. J.   Cahil.   Moyie, ' attended  courL at Steele Wednesdav.  Sten   Hanson,   Moyie,   was   ;it  the imperial Thursday. r  ^jnrtJU-iririJinruinj^ruTrinruTi^jr-uajjjTja^ i> 5<--J"5t#*&#--S-S -? ���* J--<*-%-S��-*-ir-*"*-*-P"*-*-,3i '  -S- {.-j-tf-J-. v. C--1- -*��if ��-x-r >  - P-i.-{���-}��� v  D. V. Mott, a   Pernie  lumhe-r-  man was at Steele Tuesday.      ���   j!  ,   Feb. 25 th,   was   Ash   Wednes  **y-  . ,  James. Nelson   came   in   from  Isadore can von Monduv.  Imperial Bank of Canada i  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 '  CAPITAL (paid ii|��) $2,923,866  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,485,288 ;  Hoficl    Office���Toronto. j  T. II. MKI'KITT. I'lv-ddem    1). 15. \\ II.KII-'. Vio-I Vch, .mil (ieii. Mini.  AOK.WS    IN    CKKVI'    liUl'1'AIX     l,l(i\.|s    liiiiik.   Tl!   I ..iiil.iird 'St..  London.  A Gciiei-ul Bunking liiiiOtii'bij Trniiaiicieil.  Savings Hiink Department -  Interest allowed uu dt.-po=>tl  &   Cranbrook Branch. "p. h. MARSH, Manager  d'u,i>Lxuuxnj\ji!ri!r.Inj\In>iJf��n!^^ u iln-rxJv/Lnjiru vruiJTJUiJulnViiiilrC/vnj'  'i  A. lvobiuson, i'Msh  Lukes, was j c  ul the Imperial Tuesduv. '' c  ElfTTTTTT!TTTTnTTTTTTnTTnUnnTTTTTTUTTUnTTTTHTTTTTTtTTT��TTFTTTTlTU!TTUTnyTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtS(  e  ft  Mi'DERMfrri', a bownes'S  liev. 11. Heecliem, rr.tnbi-iK.li. i| The   l-eadinji  Wholesale   Liquor Dealers in Ihe  was at Steele Wednesday.  ft   Kootenays.  W. R, ROSS  Barrister  Solicitor  ,    X.   liiuinOu, Wasa, was in (own i ^.  Tuesday attending: lo lnisine-.s     Ift  Die Marvsvillc' Mininji   A-..-.0 jE  M ,  it  ft  t  We  liiHiitli* only Ui.-  I'.KST  lii'ii'ntM  l.ii|iio|*-. iuiti ( ij.'.lt'-.  eiation ha.-, a membeiship oi' ITi.  1 n >  Mr. and Mr*,. 1).  Mc>."ei.��.h   iv  Lurned Monday  from   a   visii  ri}K^oaSr^===ss=^'i-^J=!^ -=���-  \\'i"Si'll Si'lilil/. I'.t'fl', I'Yl'llie,  i let i*. Hn-i-t' Alt* and (.'nin-  i.t".-!'-, Stntii.  t- Canadian BanK ot GommerGe *  HEAD OFFICE--TO HON TO.  I'iiiii up ('ii|iiinl ���fcs.dtio.iiiiu: |{|.^..i-m- fund *i.^.r.on.(i(iii:  .,\uj_' |Tii;|||.   | Icsnlll I'l's ()l IT  +7.'i.(l(H).IMMI.  r  I mi.Iiiii (in'niL*: ("���() l iiiiih.ti-il stii'L-t. I . C  \i-i\   Villi. Ot'l'icc-;   111 I \cIiiimhl-  PI.ni-.  i i  And HO IjriincliL'.-. in (.'iiniiilii, llie llnili'il SlnU*h nnd liritisli Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch,  ii  *  *  *  F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %  S**********'*'**-* <-t-*->J;'>>i(^-��''J--'Jr'3"St-.v- 's->i ���>-�����?"!: f.-**'?1!>-Jt-St-s-*->-\-->*>**'**"^*'*"��-*"--  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.- .  /'(>/"/    5i<3cj/f.    A     0  Fort Steele fjEVKr.opMEsn* ^t>dicatis Lto  I3s Leadcithall Slreet. London. EcijUad ,  ' ' <*  N. A. WALLINGER,'       FORT'STSELK.  '  ���    ' '        POST OPPICK HOX 6.  T H O M A S    M c'VITTIB  R.L.S.  c^CE.  "Fort Steele B.C. c   ,     '  O ; '��� ���  J. G. CUMMINGS  CIVIL   ENGINEKK  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  ��� e>       .        ���  FORT  STEELE,  B. C.  O '  c   GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CON TRA CTORS  '   ' '   AND  BUfLsDBRS.  ....'     ''       Fori, ' Steele   B.C  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  'miss a. mobs. HOSpltal  matron.  (iiiiiliinu: of Hi. I.ukilf. Hospital.  '     VUIII'OUVI!!'. H. C '     '  'I'llin   t iiMLii.iiLion  hint  lit-oii   roijciitly  I'lilnr^eil liy^it new ivint; which   U   now  open   fur   rei'epLlon   (if  puliwit').      Por  ^   loi'ins apply In i  MlS.S H. Moss,    or    .)'. F. SMITH, See.  Matron. Fori Sieole, B.C.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Mr.'and Mrs. A. Xeshit, (.Van-  brook/wore visiting al tlie residence of Mr. J. Liddieoat Thursday.  All   Mail   Orders   Promptly   Attended   to  BiUiiiiiuuaiiuiiUUiiiiiuiuiiiuiUAiiiiiiiuuiiuuiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiuiiauiiiiuauuiiUiid  MoDKRMOTT *  UOWNWSS,  Ci'iuihrook,   l>: 0.  ���The Misses Taenhausers irave  a ' taffy pull to a nuinber'tif  friends 'Monday eveni' a..-  .  ' '  0  Boru at1 Fort Steele on tlie  ^3rd pnstant, to Mr. and Mrs.  Hislop, a'son. ' ��  Barrister W. R. Ross, .Fernie,  attended court at Steele Wednesday,. ' , '  The Steele House  Fort Steele, B. G.  Offers a |ile.'isaiil'siihsliliile for homo, lo Uio^o who 1 ravel.  i.  Tin* lie*-.! itntl flleapi'-l infill.-, iii i In iiiilry.  in;t- Hi ht> lininil in tin- ilium;* rt ii nn. Nn < 'liinn-  iiicn nllnwi'tl in lin* liilflifti 'I'ln- Ikhi-c i- run  iipiin < '(i-'iiiiipoliliin priiti-iplt'-. tiinl iln; prii-pi'i-iiii*  wiili his pncli i.s jit-l ;i- wclfiiiiif :i-- tin* inillinn-  itiri' \\ ith lii*- roll.  Evory i^uesl, receives llie In>.->1 care and proleel ion.  ' The Ijicpiors art* (he hesl in (own.  D. TflcNcish.  *���  *  ���.it    '  ��'���  *      o  *  *  Port  Steele  ii   Rirlz the pioneer meccham  at Elko, was at Steele   on   ie^al'  business Wednesday.   .  Mr. aud Mrs. L. M. Manstield  wer.e visiting friends at Steele  "Wednesday.  Mr." and Mrg. W. H: Gibson,  Marysville, were in town Wednesday. <  Eugene Walters, Morrfssey,  was in town on business'Wednesday".   '.(-<���  Meat Market  H. THIRY.. Proprietor.  Fresh nnd Salt Meats Always Oh Hand.  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  FORT STEELE,   13.  c.  Tlie Provincial Legislature will  meet for the'dispatch of business,  April"2nd.  Liverij, Feed k Sale Stable.  Port, Steele B.C  Rejfular  Dailv  Slaifu  meel.-i  all  tniini) nt Fort Sleelu Junction.  SADOLK it PACK  HOIISKP  TKA.MING Or AI.I.  kIM>S A SeKCIAI.1 V  Shaving r&. Hair Dressing Parlor  N'.;tl to llil-litnl ll.itel  I'OHT    STEELE,    B.    C  'There'vvasa large attendance  ttL the Hospital ' dance* Friday  even in if last.  W. R. Robinson the Cranbrook lumberman was in town  Wednesday.  1 Chas Armstrong was shaking  hands with, old-time friends at  Steele Wednesday.  NOTICE.  Nuiicu n licr-jhy given Unit itxt.V  day*- aliur diiie J intund to apply to the  Ciiii-i ''('Joi'fimissioiier ot L,iuid*3 nnd  Works ai -Vicioria tor porinwsioii to  l��u*i-iittif lliu lollowiii" lund-j -5111111112 in  Sotuli Ea-tt Kooift'uay. ''.".'  Coiniiicncing ttl �� po-ii planttjii ttlibut  om- mllu nortli ot Bariies Littneh on  Luke rrr-c-k wurft ol tin; hill known as  "Wild lfni-aii llil'k" tlii'iicc. iinrtli SO  cLahis, i-liBiifr' w.-si 40 ftliaiiw, tlitiiiee  ���joiith SO olmin-i', Llifiicu uiisi 10 chains  to tht- plant; of lift^'inniiitj.  '   9 JACK   UFA A..  Daled Uu: iOtli dav of l'Vbruurv. l'JOli  [f..s j     HHNiti (!��� joly uu i.o-ritiN'initn  UANTAI)A.  >   I'UIIV'INCI.: OF HK1T1SH Co'hH.VUHA  KDVV'AKU   V'll.,   tiv   tliti Oihcl- (it Ooil, or the  Unlieii Kingdom oi'Uiotii Britain and  lie-  liuiil mul of thu  Htltlsh Dominions  beyond  tin; Hem, lilNO. UiireiiU'T i)f,t!it; l',nllli, eic ,.  ,i*ll',, fir  To Oui fitltliful llu; Mi'inlJKi.s flcvibd to sci villi tin* Hi'iiHliillve A>-^oiiilily .or Our l'm-  viiii-i- ..r Hrlil-jh Colunitjiii, and suiuinoiiun  illld flllK'il 10 ll !llf';!lllg Of till' L("gl-.llltlll.  oi- 1'iiilliiiiiPiii oi Oui said eitivliKit*, kiOiii  i.'Ilvin V'lctoilri. nn'I'tiui'iduy, ilio twi-lftli  tiny ol .Wiu(;!i, out; lliousuud nine hiindioil  und lliret;, to liavc hoon (���omiiioiicod' nnd  liuld unit t-vcii ol yon,���OitKETtNti.  A I'l'OHl.AiMATlON'.  MANDPACTIIRWRS  BEER  SOLD    BY    THK  niul''   I'.KMSWKRS    OP    KXTRA    FINE  m    PORTER  ^  H. Kanouse, Fernie. was at  Steele Wednesday on leg'al business.  Judge, J. II. Korin, Nelson,  was registered at tho Imperial  Tuesday. .  li. Desaulnier, .0. V. Desauln-  ier and G. Dechaim Moyie. were  nt Steele Tuesday. r'  NuU,   candies     and    Fijf.-,   al  KERSHAW'S.  Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rogers,  Morrissey, were visiting al tho  Kershaw residence Tuesday.  j     Several sleighloads oi   morry-  . makers v i>iited Wasa, Wild Horse  Creek and Cranbrook Sunday.  Ail   Kind-,   "t   Man*  WmK   a   .*->p��<;iall> ,'  A. J. GKK/.  I'UtH'l'.IK.i'OH.  MASONIC   HALL  ���'   t'HK'l'  STKKl.t:.   ts. C.  'Weekly, Hulli-jtiii.:* ���' .. :��� ������    -  ^f��.n,da-v''- cviminj-n Piii(/-pong'(..'lu.lV/  Friday    \:  ���      ..   "....-'.     ' '" ���  Tuoadiiy    iuid*    Thursday,   eveninj,'*-.  uDaricinsf School I'm* pupil.-! only,     (,'oni-  p(-U;nt, liuly tt-iioli.Tt- in a.tlt;iiiJant*i-. '  Thin liall will In- lii'iiilablt; for otlie'r  iriiturlaininijiHrt Tui.--tday, Thursday and  Siittirtlity i-.vi;tiiii!4'M.  Apply In .1.  l.lliHIKCOA'l'. .Miiii:t|{'i:r.  Kurt .Stt-elc, H. C.  A. li. Ripley, represent in<f the  Consolidated Stationery 'Company of Wiunipeg, was in lovvn  Friday.  St.' John's Churcli of England.  Services will bo held in the  Church of St. .John~imf-Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:'A0,c.x-  ce.])\, ou Ihc third Sunday iu each  month when the service will .he  held  al   1 1   o'clock'   a.m.  Holy Coin in union will be administered at tho close of Ihe  service.    ,  *  Strangers are welcome..  _  IMtKSHVTKU IAN   CFIt.'KHH.  Divine Worship will be held  in ihc M-Yesbylerian Church  every Sabbath mornin��r at. 11  o'clock".  Hi*  O  Sabbath School evory Sunday  1. A   AlAl.*I.K\N (TrniKltKAS    l li e  puiv Attorney- - \l\l uitsetIiijf of ilio  . Ct'iicrnl ) x **��� I.OKlsliituri' oi  l'niliuiiii'ii! of Ilio Hiovinci' of Hritish C'oluin-  Liitt sitinil*! oiillud tor Tlniisday, the twrlftli dav  of Marcli, olio lliouMind nine liiiiidi'mi and  tlneo, nl which tune, ut our UUy of Victoria,  vou ate held nnd eonsiriiiiiod io upueui  SOW KNOW YH, Unit Tor divcis chum's uiul  coiisideiatious, mid  litklii'^ into eonsideiiilion  llie en so .ind convenience o! Our loving subject-.  We have Hiou��ht tit  by niul with iln* inlvlcu in  Oin   ICxct'itlive Council,   of   Ihc   Ptovliice   of  Hritish Columbia to lelioie you    and eneh  of  vou, ot your attendance ill the  nine nloieiuld;  lii'i-eby I'oiivokins. mid bv  lhe-.e  pioeius on-  Joining you. niul I'licli ol you, Hint on 'I'hur.sdav  the .si-eon 1 dav  ol  Apnl, one  thou.snml  nine  liundirii mid thret' you meet Us in   Out Lckis-  liilure or I'm liiiuictit of the suul   I'loiinrc,-. nt  OurCitv ot Vii'loi-in, POit   THK    DISPATCH  Ol'' UUStN'HSS. to ti-i'iit. ilu, nut and conclude  upon  those  llilnus which. In Our HeKlsliituu*  ���of ihe Province of  Hritish  Columbia,  by tin*  Coiiinuiii-Cotiiicil of Out   Mini   Piovnico inai,  bv the favor of Clod, be ordained.  IN Tksti.monv Whkkkoi'.   Wc have mused  lliese Our  Loiters  to be iniide Hnietit niul  ihe 0rent Seal of Our "aid   Ptovince to bo  licieutilo alUxcd-  .      Witnkss. tin* llonouiiilile Sir Hkxki lina-  *      TAVl!   JOI.V    llh      I.O'IIIIMKKK,     K.C.M.O  ,  Liouli'iiiiiil-Ciovoriioi* of Our salt! Province  of British Columbia, al Our Coseruiueiii  Houie, in Our City of Victoria, in Our Mini  BARRML,    KKG    OR' "'BOTTLED  Hotiled beer for family use a'specialty  ,, t  OU'PSIDK 0!-tl>l��JR.S C'l VhhV STK I OT ;����� PIvOMf^l1 ATTENTION  SATISF-AC'1".I0N GUA'RANTEED'T.L.Vo.fK'!  1 l ii  Mutz 4& Scott,  Prop's.'  'KOOteiiay      , Boundary Line  Hotel ���* *  Hroiince, mis iiineleeiiih ilny of Kobruarj.  ..I   Ivilf lTicl   i u-n zi'i-lj-M-'lf !        il:    t,1��   J'('llr ��r  ��1"'   l'onl  ��"e  thniisiinil  .11. H.Ill   (��<ISI   I VVO (J OIlK.lf. nlno  immiii*d  nnd   Ihrce   and In 111.; Hi ltd  Choir  practice  hvoi-.v   Tburs-|     ���vt'��,'of n��" Kl'"-'"-  , ,   _ ,,,,      .   ,      , liy (.'(iinniiiiiil.  clav ovcniii"1 at t :M o uloolc.  Pastor:    A. L. Macdouoall.  Dues On Timber Leases.  A. (J.VilPHHI.I. li'lOHHIl':,  Ue\>nly I'nirinrial Seerelnry,  Tobacco  Plains,  B.C.  JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  i  (l()l)l)      ACCOMMODATION     |.'OK    'I'I IA N'l-'.IJ ,1 NrC'    ,.MKiV  A First, Glass Homo  *  '*���  *  ���t.��  *  it  X      Stage line leaves Kootenay Hold for 101 ko on lMoiuhiy and Tj?  " l^ritlav tit Su in.     Leaves Klk   1 loi ol   on Tuesclnv and Sat ur- '��  ,*���!....... *��  L day aL'S-iifni~ ���  *  ift. jMt 1%. aft JJtt. jife 1*1 j*t A A i*i i*i. * ��� *������ J*i J*i ite ��*' 1*' !"��� j** j.*- i*- ��������� ���*������ ^#> iti^  Monte 6arlo Restaurant.  ��l������������Tl-��*'tl'4������l.��%��*��*����%����������>*.*,Ml��a����f>  J. TAENHAUSER  WATOHMA ICKIl'-imd    JKWKI.KU  KiiJiJinvliitJ  Itiv.M'Hilli-    AV'l'.lillll.  Kurt sti-i-io, i:. (.'.  Win. Carlin. A.. Doyle and  Wrn. ' Robinson visited the logging camps in the ' viciiiity of  Ste.ele Sunday.  ���Barristers Thompson, Morely  and Ourd, Cranbrook, were at.  tending c.Murt. at Steele' Wednes  day.  ltain;li��rH urqiiiriii^ .i.m-iI*. fur .Hjii-iiiu  fiowlnt; will do \v.*ll io l.-iivt* l.licir  (u-ili.Tn lit. I'VirL Sli:t,-li* t'ltuir nnd I'Vi'tl  ritorc. in ,iii*d.*c tn' linvi* iIkmii in ^iioil  i��-:U?*OII.  11H  lllll   will   lltl irltiMt^l   lrtt   Mllffll.  The fie.xt ri:gular iiiHeting ol'  North Star Lodge A. F. &"A.-M.  will lake plaee 'TiiHsday e.veniiig  March ii.  While the Koolenay   valley   i.s  enjoying perfect spring weather,  Eastern   Canada  and the North  we.st. arc; iu the grip of  blizzards  and Arctic cold.  Hon. J. I). Prentice, minister  of ti nance, has informed all those  in arrears of dues on their timber berths, held under lease,  th' t they must pay up within a  certain lime not many months  distant, or have, iheir leases cancelled,   ._..__������_        Government Agent Armstrong  visited'fernie.on ouiciiil business  Thursday.' -v<-  K. L. T, <'!'alhrail.h, Indian  agent,' visiled Ihc Induslii'iul  School, at llie St. lCugi'iiH  Mission Friday.  DR. SAWYER, V. S.  Office ami Stable  Corner (il  (Jalbrnilh and Hazel Streets  Fort, Steele, B. G.  Ol-'l-MOK  DAVS:      Monday.    TIiiii'k-  iliiv :uid Sal ni'iliiv at Slcclt*.  Travelers from the coal lovvns  in the Crow's Nest 1'a.ss rejiorf  that. I.hm'o is no c.l.auge in the  strike, situation.  W. I<\ Kerlaull; of liosshuid  was at Steele uu business Friday.  A   ' '   .   . ��� ' ,.  J. \.j. I'arker, iiia.ii'ager of the  North Siii.i" iniiuiivvas a. Steele  visitor Fridav.  HtAD.  i"H��. PROSPECTOR.  Why yon hIioiiIiI  Iniv  FAIR     PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because huH.iii'.iirM-a'i'nuiit.y.  Because ������.��� * ��-��� - i.i ��� ���_- inosi. luHtiiio* niiou  Because' '���' is !���'"' hirpeMl. U\'^\, ynid.*  i 1(1'or 2i"n:. I>11"i  Because  ,'11'  lay*"( *"'�� valntibli;. tor  'Ij |ii'i*iiilimi.s   until  January  liit, 1900:  Because  u'; Ktiai-anlut: every pltlfi',  and  Beca Use ���v."!i!.'..l'_c"li-'!l.is JiuUmriwd  Ui rofiind your intnmy if yon  lire noi, sat.islii.'d. ,  Tat; Empire Tobacco'Co.,' Ltd.1  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FOKT STEELE.  ICvervLliin^  Cooked  "as  vol'   i.i kk   rr."  CARLIN  WM. ROBINSON.   Proprietor  & DURICK  MKKCHANTS  1'ort  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  vast  Ivontciia Yi  canton steel c0MPa  NY  Tills S'i'ioioi. is gii:i.ra.iifcc.d lobe'eipia.l lo .lessop's   or   h'irl.hs in all  II Alii) 'K-ook Work.  SOLM'AOICNTS  Soi.K ���'. AdKN'I'S  Crow's Nest Goal uoMPANy  Giant Powder company.  Miniiii*   Supplies   a   Specialty.  Agents for the  "MASSIflY   'IIAItUIS    CO.,   Limited.  Farming   Implements.  I  4


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