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 UM���,..L.,:*��;  ��� :��Ht<*y3-fe**����*��**��*����l  I Devoted fca the nptrailding *  i,s.    %  * THE   PROSPECTOR  CON-  * TAINS ALL  PUBLIC MO-  J   TICES AND GIVES THE  * LATfcST TELEGHAPM1C  * AMD LOCAL NEWS.  r*#*��j  1 OK7* STKfZIsI*.  li. C,   S.l rifRDAY.  FliBRUA RY 'J.'i,  UK)1.  best bridges,  the district.  Rail wit y  Matters,  Questions of motive and doubt  s   In   Hit;  siiii-eiitv  of mail j* of  till: li'iWc  pap. i  of the l*i  >\ mc *  nt  i. lit  ) 1    to  1 hi; Crow  s  Nest  Vt  tl  < >���  iip:ui%  in.l C. P.  R.   JU*  fi  il\ .\  (in ���.  1 in this d  istnt.'i  as  tin  atrtoi  old  tun.    (  1,     TUe C  p. jt:  p. i:  al  V     1>S    |  us. a  jm at ���an  all im  po  rrant-  -publi.  (jilt stlOll-  - when  thentirti  ���,|>h...  ot   ihed.  ti i iu. >n  IS  iable  o be i  loud.d   ��  tli  the  ot   I  ll t  The Toronto Telegram has the  fiit(owing.'to say about tiie Xol-  aon s IPK w u hoi->e But  ish Columbia might please note  that John Houston, M. P. P.. of  Nelson, pauses in his life work  of -cinching" the C. P. K- to  w.irn ji trustful eoiinLry that the  projection  length has been phmk  draw will criiisisl of t��<  i-Hf.it. ii h   mil i��-' ni  bridge is about  i" tons,     Mr. ll  Bale has hail ,-iiiirg.-...f   Us   ci.n  strtu mm  KIMBERI.ET NEWS.  North. Star and Sullivan Shipping.  Active  Development   In   Progress.- Lumber Industry.  SUPPLY   AND   DEMAND.  �� i ol llu  (     P   R    is  in i    Hi.   ( u,w s\i si  (���u  X.  spur line froml*���"1?  fo''  tho  l"-"'  th in     lo    tin Uoifihtni.siiii.mp  i the fact thiit the Mm  11. w  ., l  hi  ���Mil   I       t   O  lllllch     ills  "  Doi  11,'   ih.  II   WSJ   tpi is  Altenltoii   is  lii. 1  .il Ul 1  ,1 t<  t   >i  nit-  > lb  ih[>  II    -,f(t    llll  1      Itl-itisl'  nl   Hi it. the  ���t -upply the  i   ( olimibi i  Ml  1   [  Mil  Ih,   sh.pi  .in,.' of   coil!  IO     I]  In  St  Ills      is  i thf.-t unci  III       '  -  no  IIS      llll II 11  ���    to ihe in  ���lllsh  " "  of  i'i  III    Pimi  1 OlK 1 Hi  \  W.  Lfi  tl   1    thlt  Protection  tt  Hi  ���mi  ti  1 tilstlXs  U|.I,N,I  i     i   nms  (l'm�� of   thc  ,Pru\  i ni  We  also  know   that  the o  iil ,  ��  i.V to enl i  igf   yoii!   in  it USt 1  KS  ind to k. t]  >    labor   em-  plow  (1  is  lO   1\|I01 t  ill s.U plus  This  In.  1 1  ppllc s to  i  luiI  mining  is   \  .11  IS  ill man it 1  facturing in-  heap, i  nnu-r  Ik  li  t iliuent  of on  lis il   I  n tin  ijii ii  III-'   up  Of "tlH  "low s  S.st  t Ol  1   hi Ids  And  vheu si  ilhuLi  il ti  mspoiti  i Mi m  is  iffor'd* .1  I   for  thi  ��� .Ml  output  heu   ��  .ill   li  ll n  amp!.  supply  .1     Hi  ���ilish  Col  umhiii  ind    i  .11 g��    Ml  II pills  Tot .  \poit  On the Stanley.  Win. Forsyth rat Timed on  Monday from Iho Stanley. Hi  icports Unit the contract for P"��  feet of tunnel work has been  coiiipUl.il Dm induations ite  tlml the vein is close at hand,  audttiat a contract for 50 feet of  innuel was made im Wednesday  TBACY CHEEK  New Strike on the Estella. - -A Number of Properties to. Commence  Operations.  Pram   )  r  *  i t   inpnlii  The   Estella  KITCHENER IS IN PRETORIA.  Dewet Has Escaped. -Kruger to Return to South  Africa.- Boers  Derail a Train.  London.    February  i���. ���-Lord  Kitchener's  second    narrow   is  i ipe from capture i.s a   warning  is   to   lin   din '. i   of  his i tp-.l  Hitting   by   train   from  place   lo  plirr       It   is  consult ud  In tti i  for   him   to   remain   in   Pietoin  Isl, l  . till  his  fully elaboi i  paigu.  It is'inbi  DuM his u  Then is i  General     Fn  ,1    plan   of  furtli-f  pu  Cum s   Nest   1'is-.  (oil fields  tin iiisst -.1. p in Jim Hills  ^ame Lontiiitnctdshipi i��^  to absorb the C. P. K. The Xortb Sin    ni.l  There is reason for Mr. Hous-1 mines aro .steadily \ui  ton's fear that the Standard. Oil j several other properti  crowd, which has absorbed all (vicinity are heinsr -it m  the transcuntim*ntal lines in the| Sullivan ore shipin i  L'nited States, will in due time] week ending i-Vhtu i v  absorb thu <J. P. R.-Mac-kenzie-jiii'o jmi^  Mum bourns |     NmthStn - n,  n    ,t  There   ls    neither   seiue   nor j e,, tl) &m 1(il).    l(,ilv  leusoii ni Mi     Houston s.  dedal   j [on tons  a tion that tin. mkuh  failure  of  the  United  rilnies grab   forj,  the   C.   P.   K.-Mackenzie-Mann!  ih<  Mf nn  lines will turn on  the  fate  of a  proposed-cliarH.'t- for a sjiur line  �� the Crow's Nest Pass, fie Id.s  -jOM!-   tjt 1 ST'ON  considerahle  ore in sisli'  tw  What ha�� oeer. L1k  the C. P. K-  Columbia- Have they always  aoted in harmony with the mining interests of the Kootenay:*.J  Is the C. P. R. cinch in this district being pulled tighter? Do  they want to make South East  Kootenay an -'exclusive business  preserve'7 to themselves, and no  one else? . Are they afraid of  honest competition'  On  he   (j!���<���-:nliorn .'Pr.iction  tu  >   _           1  1      -      K o  level  having ;e ihree foot vein of  iron carbunnl. -  C  H.. "Wolf,   secretary .-and  truis  lei   of the  Sullivan  Min-  iusC  j uisni tov n oi r.idiv  la-l  It.  lepoiK 1 tint  F ink    vie  Garden Elected.  ��� Vancouver,'��� Feb. -19.���Ex-  mayor Garden was today elected  to the vacancy in the Provincial  House, his majority was ,83.1  over MePhersou. There was a  lug. \otepolUd��� i t^'l  The result of the Vancouve  by-election, is an intimation to  Joseph Martin, as leader of the  opposition, 1hai the electors of  Vancouver havi' no conlideiice iu  hnu  Hon.  proy  Wi  Im  insidi  ImI    I  that llu  umber in  ail n  Looking: for Conl.  .].    WcCardle     and     Willinni  Keddy, ooal experts from tho  toast, have, been iu   Fori  Steele  for the past week, looking over  some coal . hinds on the St.  Maiismu also at Bull mn  They have a very favorable impression of uhe St.. Mary's coal;  aud will stay spine time looking  over the district.  Sails Today.  Mew York. Feb. :.20.-The  steamer St. Louis, of the Araeri  can line, which has been laid up,  for several, weeks undergoing  repairs, sailed for Southampton  today.  Bridge at Wasa.  Mr. N. Hanson, was in town  on Monday, and in an interview  with a PkohpbijTOU representative said: 'The new bridge will  be completed in about two weeks  it is over SOU feet in length, and  when" tinUbed will be one of the  Rav who has i. ci ppei pmputv  on ' Wliitensh creek, is making  piepaiatioiis to ship oi 3iul\ in  the spring  Chas Est mere, who lias a eon-  tract from the C. P. li- is busy  getting out tits  Fraih i Ion. ihe Kiralniei  sawmill -.- men. . will put in i  million and a half of saw- lo^s  Win. Meachoin took a lui ge  amount ol supplies to llie Si  Mii\ sLaK.  The Wnlfr Works Company  will comnieiici' operutioiis. and  toniplete th*  bb  ��� lu  Etiat Koolonny Stock.  Silver- In ad Quotations.  Smeltsi*B liurfly Bet-dad.  'J'lit  i In (ot sid( 1 nir. tht qui stion of  ihe demand of coal for the  Pio  i \ ini t the supply must be taken  ut   consideration.    The  output  |ol lb. lt-ijue i oil mines is it  h j m sent lime about 14HO tons,  i ( jnsidi lable number of tons is  ii^ I in ui iniifuctnrinir coke  This uutT>ut will be increased in  Mm u 1.1 ]��! ui t in Vpul b>  im th i ten pi i <ent md so on  'oi -very month during thepres  ent year.- . For' there is an tin  limited fi'uantity. and the limit'  of the output controlled only, by  Hit 1 ! 'spoil tli in I ii ihties  tft mlt d  1 Now .what is the aim i 5 o*.  coat and coke required by the  smelters and  manufacturing  in  [dnstries in West Kootenay-"  What is the tonnage that can   be  [handled by JheC. P. R.  i The Coal Company have -4r>0  coke ovens  in  operation, and a  ' further increase now being made  jas  fast  as   possible.      The only  | question to be sohul is is the  supplv siithi lent lo meet the  de  j maud'  I It would seem that- if the general public would solve a question of veracity between the coal  Company and the .C. P. K. the  true facts would be the solution  of tiie matter. The Coal Com-  pnn cl inning w nit ot tnnspoi  tatioh. tho C. P. J.{. a waut of  i oal. It is to be-hoped thai-the |  matter will be investiiraled and  tin?, true facts made known.  ���AliK   WK   CONSIST! > 1  ilu piti lolic piil\ who  .oiisiderand hold forth theopinion lhat.the goveniinent. should  prohibit ' the" "{���x|>orlaliou of  Crows Nest Coal- lo ihe .south  or in other words to .Tim Mill and  hisassoeiales: J'oi-jrel Mint them  are oiher eoii! lields in liritish  .Columbia and lliu Dominion. To  prohibit, one, you must prohibit  all,  IIOIISK  ASH  HilKSK  From the recent loports-ol'the  orking   live  men,   a   new  ore  body waseu-  countei-ed in the long "i iO foot  tunnel. A large amount of ore  is on the dump, and the property  is looking exceedingly well.  Recent advices from Spokane.  from the Tracy Creek Mining  Company, are to the effect that  woik on then piopeilj will  commence In the hist of M-ucta    flom ^���bl��P  i-tw ral Roth;  Kruger content plates return  ing to South Africa, ft . is said  that he has just finished writing  i memorial 0:1 the war which  wilt be sent to the European  governments and to President  McKinley.  Colesburg. Feb. -i.1.��� A train  wis derailed by the Boers neai  Jalboneh and looted by the  natives. Two cars were ordered  out and the Boers tired on them.  killing two persons and wounding m any  Pretoria, Feb. 20. ���-Reports  that acting  The Viking is looking tine,  Grundy Ankus has struck 20  inches of good or.  The owners of the Little Horn  SITU) I  .11    1 1  I li  all  handle Hie ores liiiiieil iii ihi_  Kooteiia.vs. A uiinibi'i of-mines  ate working wilh reduced foi (1 s  And unless mine owniis lin I 1  market for their, ore llu 1 vwll  have to shut- down". Sun-Uers  are badly needed in 1-lnsi' md  West Kootenay  It. would'annul f-om ll,. ihme  that the demand for coal and  coke.from the Crow's K. si nnil  fields was being amply supplied,  Smelters running to llu 11 almost  capacity,, new k1iii-.1-.-s being  erected, plenty of urn lo he oh  tained, everylluni, showing  prospei'lly, tinl thn "pui riot ic  howl against the exporliiUoin ol  coal to thu south.  \pul  ed to  tons  l in s in -ItMIH, ].4H-!.r.7(i  'Chat, Ihe- United, States,  irupofted into Ciinada u.-l^i'.-liii!  tons. The demand for Caundiun  lo it 111 New England is. inciias  ing while tho demand, for Amei  ican conl in Ontario is also on  lin      1111 nasi The     \im 1 icdll  \w si ..us! states are all drawing  on Itritisb Columbia for coal.  The lialTli: in coal between the  two counl.rios is -so mutual and  niter dependent, upon one atioth-  H that tjiere is lull one way to  hMsl 1 ���       upi 11     tin    qiusltot  1.1 ipio itv hi Iw  . 11     ll  counli n s  In coneliisiini vve will wiy, tin  m oui opinion, the true factor iu  pi esidenl S( halMnn trei    iddiess  ing a gathering of burghers ie  eently, told them that he now  recognized that- their cause was  quite hopeless aiid that a pro  abpok-in. svndn ifc( will let a [OI1gaiion ,,[ hostilities wis  contract for Kill feet of tunnel I flltile. Personallv, he added,  work in a few days. ihe would sav  that" if  sun-endei  A letter from Charles Reeling-1 was inevitable it was foolish  to  bmg  hat, been  u<_ei\ed  stntingjsuiiendci int�� is md thi  thiit  preparations   for   a   large [the proper coinse was  to  come  amount- of work on the  Montana I to a general agreement and  has been completed. j render as inition  Wm.    Shira   will   soon   com- "' - ��� ;-������-������   ---  ,      ���     ,      c. ���    1 Small Pox at Ferme.  menct, work on the Sunnvside.     j  I     Ou Tuesd iv if w t-, teleiri ipht d  George Scott and. Ike Watson  ai e expected at Tracy to work  ou several properties oh Tracy  and Lewis creeks.  The Adams   Bro's hav  to Government Agent Armstro  that there w is  of  small  pox  at  Fernie.   . A health com  Imission,  consisting of   Doetois  com 1 King,    Brunette.    Wilson    and  pleted arrangements for working j Brodip wat, called, ancl tIieh.  re,  then pi< peitj on Lewis cieek     |poit wis to the pflX t    th it   Di  Eft. Font is looking  after  his {Barber,    dentist,   had    a   mild  piopeity on V, isdoeek ind will though   will   defined  cist       A  soon commence woik jquiiintiai       w is     immednlch  placed  ou  the hotel 'where the  Doctor was stopping.      Latei    1  TWining Motes.  For ihe ]>ast  week there has  been a considerable demand foi-  Sullivan shares at Spokane.  Work sti!! continues oh the  (Vppiodth ci mn it is lepoited  to be showing up well.  Siillnan shins ate steadilj  uhancmg  (piaranline was placed on tlw  town, awaiting' the future outcome of the disease. All, neces  suv precautions, have been  taken to prevent its .furthti  spread, and no further danger is  mtKipated  The    following    bulletin-   lias  The St  Fugene mm.   uid ecu .been issued fiomthefpni uitined  ntiakn   hi\i   pailiallj   dosed Ro> il Hotel  down; cold weather aud ��� luck of  water for Hie concentrator is the  . aiise  Reports from the Carbonate  King mine, in the Skiiokum  Chuck district, are to the effect  lhat development work is pro*  glassing rapidly and there is  every indication of a largo mine  The C  n i r n i\  The landlord will provide grub  t *>_ 1 pet wi ck  Bert Warren is now awake  Steamer is now sober nnd sorry  MessrsiWliateii and Alexander  ieii t iptui'd \esteidav  Mr. Hunter is off duty,  The police are on duly  Mistress Tnttie will entertain  Kailway Notes.  iuientulliaLkjmlhcR()VillH1)((i pllloi touight  Mr. Powell is still with in  IMJOliltAMME  IkM1 Pui 1 " Tit Nn in  laying at Michel on Wednesday  is soon as the tracks are laid tho  Michel mines wilt commence  shipping coal. It is reported  that the Michel mines in a short  time will be able, to ship ii.ODO  tons daily  A change of the siding*, it  Coal creek, will enable the mines  at thai place to ship between  2,t)00 and il,i��lil tons daily..  Now barges now. under con  slru'ciion, and those already in  operation will enable the C.P.R.  to handle III' cars daily from  Kootenay landing to Nelson 01  120.cars from ihe Lauding to  Proctor.. An eight, cur bargoj Fraction which is situated 110:11  wilt be'constructed for Slocim-the Norlli Star mine, have done  lake.. ..'a, large amount of devehypmenl  character song and dance ent it  led Mary Ann O'Houlihan k  companied by ��� the celebrated  pnnisl Sto1t\ ML^.iiland  Dancing after, tho ])i'ogramnie.  Music by the Small Pox blind.  Rvery one invited.  Performance .. nightly until  siiuill po\ disippi tus  work during ihe past thi.e  uioulhs. Oh the .surface an open  < ut l,,t- bf 1 11 t nn for ;i distance  of ten feet. No. 1 shaft lias been  sunk J   fi ��� 1 on lh< \   in   ibm ]s  him it -, No _ -.luft ixhrnn  feet, at -1(1 feet a drift has been  ilrove li feet. There is a good  roncentratiiisr ore iu shaft and  drift. Work on 1 be propertj  has Ii.ti -us| nd.d on 1 <ouut  1 if �� iti 1  THE UMION D3ASTER.  No Hope for the Entombed Miners.  To Save the Bodies is the Object of the Keacue Force's  pd   1  plun  ired tin  .Oil  tow  be rh  md.  UK  1   tin  pr<  anxiety  Old  mom  uinj.  fate.  oft  .he 11  inner-  -. unj  the 1  of the LTn  Coal Mine.  The imprisoned or dead in the  mine   number   (14,   of   whom    2\>  t   whit 1 s    mm    fi'-.   md  Chinamen.  Tin ie is no1 tht slight, st hope  of any of thein ever being found  alive to telMbe story of their  awful experience. Every ]ios  sible effort, that human ingenuity could devise has been.exhausted in attempting to reach  the men.  The his! . Nplosion \ns follow  ed    by    a    second   of   area ter  strength,   and    a   third   which  seemed, more  muffled and at  a  gieatei distinn  fiom th. shatt  A rescue party attempted to  descend, and were overcome bv  the after-damp, and were  brought up unconscious. Others  took their places, but their pro-  giess t is blued by thf lainusr  fin  Attempts to relieve the entombed men had been imade from  other points, were choked by  g i&ls and had great difficulty in  dragging their comrades to l  plact of s tfctj  Again, and again venturesome  bands of experienced men work  ed their way into that passage  of death where the atmosphere  was so 'deadly that no mortal  could i\isl thus wis ill hope  otiesmi cittuillj distuned  The mine has been flooded,  the'lower levels" being xn feet  feet under water. The little  llame of hope which existed up  to this time was abandoned, and  the. Hooding of the mine meant  drowning to those who by the  merest- chance might have es  taped deith In !m 01 suiTo  cation,  Llttst it potts aie lo the cfTeit  that the 'tire .'has "been subdued:  and efforts are being made 10  leach the entombed men.  The Dominion government has  wired through the department  of. labor thai it will bear all ex-  pensi s toi the imm.dtali ie!i ise  of the sufferers of the disn--.lt 1  Later reports, say that, ill  hops has been abandoned,1 and  theie is no possd>ilii\ .if resiue  Greenhorn Fraction.  The 1  St. John's Church of Enfi'land.  Services will be held iu the  Church of St; John ihe Divine  every Sunday evening al7   o  Strangers are welcoim  1 iti su\ 11 mv\ , in ,vlI,  ( hllslllll sil\Kl will b, (,,���  dil.Ud 111 tin I'Msbytdiui  t hui.h bV ,h, 1',^,,, Riv jj  M(K Ii. id H \ 1 m iv Sibhath  ( veiling al 7:;;i). Sunday School  at -i p.in.  Ml   II.   Will unit   tiinlilMMKos  It isolhi iilh stain! thu onlj  tin 111111 Mill b. in nut d hi tins  distiu t foi Hi, It-dm Powell  constabulary. Two days is.allowed for .recruiting at Steele <v>  THK PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. C, 1901  I  \tt,  *H5Hfr*  ���%r  FORT  �����!#  !�����--,  The Mining Ctenter of the District of South East Kootenay  li  Ifc     ,���  \i>  \4  Iff.  h  |&  K"  K"'  Tho Largest  Mineral Areas.  ,<      * .  ' i O ' I  and the Most  Extensive  i t      r  Coal Fields on the  American .Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  NlER(Al, MJA\P  4'e  vfii  Agriculture  .  i. a    "   "  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  ���-in  Features of the  District.  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will  be   constructed   this   year.  1 * * *  1     i * ^ , i> ' ���  c ', ,       *  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  I.  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Assessoil l:ixi:sarc'(uiilu(M:iblii,iiV:ihiV;f')llow-''!l;f' '"'.Ml'.vj'l'e'iiml(ii*if;iii;il.
intf ratus, viz:-A
ll' j'iii.iil liii'oi' hul'oi'O.tiiO .'10th.,1'une; I'.IOI: ,-.-:. '
■ 'rhrc'(j-llflh.«i!or'onoi)iir,('liul,: oni'oiil p'l'o'piii'iy.
. ,'1'vvo i'.iiilViiKj-jiliir pur.iM'iM.  on . Miu: slssesso'l
. Vllllli; III'. Willi litllll. '■■■: ,;,"■' ,,,';:        .:''.,';'/.   '■
Oiic'Oiall' <if .ouo jn.sr cc-rit.  nir,rliii''soii;i] jirii'
■ ..,:■: npny.. .-..   "-';        -:y::'■':::'■ "■.   ■:';".,;":"..'■..'
Upon siibIi cxti'ss of;inijbiiie■■: "■":'■■'•■ ['"''
(Ji.asS'.A.- On om; thousand dollars, and  nut
■.  t'xc'ix'itjnw 'ion .tliousiincl-'diHIars.   onu   lii-r'
;.. . cent., liji to live tlioiisandiliillai'sj.alid   nvo
'; .■-'JH'iM'uiiii-nii tin: iv'niiiiii.dur:    v.; ■■•;■;. ;.;j
\ Class IV.— Oii.li-n thousand dollars.' anil.iioi
.,;.'/■ axciifcillii",' tv/cntythousaiiil doilars. imoiuid
.',.'•:ono-liiilf  por. .(•urn.;,   up   to'   ion" ihorisaiiil
. dollars, anil uvo and one-half  *ii*r .(■ciu;- ,hi
.:> 'tho rciu'iiiiidur:- ■'"•   ■•■ "..."'.'.;.   '■  , '   .ft     "-
' Oiiass C.   Oil, i\veiif,v.;Uio,iisanil dollars, iind
■ not, 'I'.vi'iM'din'j,' forty . thousnud. ilolla rs,. two
; . and ono-liiilf pi'l-'i-oiii,.. iiji to iwuiy  t'liou's-
and dollars, aiulfhi'i'o iiiu'i't'iit. On  lho'rii-
■'.' :'maimli*r:':"" . •;'/■'-..■;   ' >■   «.'   "•'..'■■ A"
'Ci.ASs.,11, —On :iiii  in li-Vrs, 'iii'.oxctjss :01' forty
.llicmsalid dollars,  fhi-eo. pejv'e^iit...' up. lb
the . Caiijity. "Coui't-; oi.  Kootenay
A   Holden.at Foi't Steele, B. O. '
.Voiii-;-. ishiirol.y jfU'i'ii tli'iil on fin:, lii'lh ilji.v
of lj('-t-(;iiili'ui-, JOOil il, was ar<l-.-ri*d by ,1. A. Kni-in
IOsij.. JuiIki! oC'rlifi said Cr.url. IhaL .laiu.-s J'or-
Coiiuty 01' Kontenuy.iie'adin'liiisti'iifoiMjf all and
.sliiffiiliiv l.lu!-'i'.K(."]l|ls:-,.piiii.t.tJ:]s,''ii!ii1 .(•I'C'ilii;.. of'
Cliar]i.*s.),V:alzor,|.'(irrSliii*lo. li. I'.. A\lin<-;- de-
foasod/iniostatr. '-,'■.'''"'. ,:/'!;       '*"'..   'V'..''■"
Kvi'i-y poi.'sun Ihdiditi'd'to the said diuri'iisciJ
■:is i|;i|iiii-,-d loinal.-i* payiiii-ntA'oiUuvilii l.o )!io
iindorsiifnfd: ;■ .•■'..-    A; ■)■■'-":' v   -    ■  A ,-';'•'•■■*■ ■'"'■
15vei;y porson IjaA'iun.iii possession"c;iTiii'l,'s n-
.ioii(4iii,'.'.'t.ii Iho-iliMioasod   is'. riii|uirf;ir,l'orlhw Ji
—'..y fortyllioiisiincfdo!Iiirs.aiii 11 Ui'Oii anil  one-'
half per con1';. oii.Thi! reiiiaiuVli.'i'.■'■', '■'■ ■'■'"''■:'■>■'
■ If paid on or alter 1st .Ifilyi 1 illfI: —    '      ■';"!;'•."'
■"...■',   I'-our-llftlis of nne pereent. on.reii) jiroporty
.,'l'lii-<.-6 per coin. ..oh tin; assessed vnliii'i of
. wXildland,, A,.c, ' '>■■: A..", a ,]'," ,.'...;.: ,':
'riircoTiiiuirtors of one* pei- e'en t.. "on personal'
'■■■ .;])i-opei'i;y, 'yXy. X'i: ■...■.''.-.".•- '.:' :,-'. i "'■•'■:, ■-''■■■ "'■
'vOii-'so.'miui'll of.the iiieoinuiof any person/as'
.,: .o.xiieedsoiietlioiisaiid dollars in liei-in-danee
,. ,•' with .the, lollowiitK' elassillealions: upon
.V.siieh exeess the rates,sha.U lui .iiii,iiii;I,v,:.--.i':.':
,' Cl.ASS ;Al—'On one thousand doilars, and  hot-
■ ;i exceeding,.ten "thousalid  dolhirs, -one and
.:■ .ono-luilf.pi'.r, eoiit.'.  iiplo   llVe ..thousalid.
.; dollars,'and two iuid one-halffpor cent., ;on
■'■ yiorenialiidc-i'.-   ■'•""■•'■ "   ,,,...
■,.;,lCyo.r.v ereihtor, oi- oilier persoii.■'.imviii'jr liny
C'l.'iiui upon or interestAn i.hc'disi rlliiii'liiii of the
pei'siinii^esiato of. the said'ileeeasedis i'l.'ijuii'ed
Avlthiy, thirty diiys of l.liis date |.o.Si;*in]',ijyii*i:'/tis-:
1-oi-oil, letter, add rinsed to the,; iiiiilprsi*j;nc(l,.''ii!'s:
name iind addrcssjiiiil ful A particulars' of. his
claim, or Intoi-i-st. and a siat'eihe-ii'tof his ao-
couii't, ;ini:i,ihe nauire ol "'diis seeurity , (if imv)
lield ljy.liini:;.,>v>.'', ,■'y. y '. i;- . ' .: " is «,\.
'■-■■.v\fl(!r' llic.pxpii-afion Of Ihi; siild fliirlyAdi,tys
i.Jiij Adiiiiinisfratbrtwili proeeed.with'tlie distri-
liiil'ioii of the osf.iite•'Oiiivl.ns; 'rej-'uni to'those'
claims diily of whinliMie^shail havoliad uoiice/:
. ,D«fed in l',dri. Steele this ITlh'da v'or'.liiiiunry
l(i(iii'^\.--.'.'-;A:;.:' -.' 'yy■■;■■■■'::-', ■■:■'"'' ,;/■■'.";' y: '
'■"•'■' :;■'•:'JAM'KS FI'MfG'USOX^AUMK'iyiONC.';
'■"' ;;'',',;.      i,,Ofllei:i] Adininisti'iii.oi',.;. i
.''■■ ,.''■".':   f ;i: - "X ' -.:"■■    ; %' ;'i',ortSti,'(;!6,;H;;C'
•■■ ■'-':y XX'- - -''notice. !■-"■;i:: XX- '■'■".
;;■■; '..:-:X.x:. '■;'::,. y..,ay ■^vi-y---^X^:ii:'^X^':^^i;i.'X-:':X^:y-
]y,y;y:y:..ySaik6;%:y'yX X'rr.X^.X'X:XX"XyX:.XXi:
XXyX,y /Rejoice,': aild; be exceedi,ia:£glaxl
■': •:XX for; great 7is-;yo ui-ii^ward/iu^ltea-*'
XXX a A'e ii;;.. ifp v':^o'rpei.;sebiited.itiieyl;vthe:
xii-Xl: Prophets,; which ;;wereibeforey,6'u.'
''JXyXy":' ;Yo; ar e;' ti'ii e;isa] t ';p B "■: t he) or irt li X -
lA^ASayotir,:: ■AvhereAyit]i);shall;J .lt^be
X ■?;*§; salted ?:;{,itV.1s^;vtheii(|efoi:tl^
.a;,X;Xloiv.u'dtiiiii'g'j■'but to'-ibe;.. calstyont,i
r" ::yy:y'SYe' are,'tiliie 1 igliti'otstlia^Aypi'lcl;1
'::;'yX:X: :'-Neither;do ■nieii:]ight:a<;candje,;
X iXi'X ahcjjpiit; ■ i tiuiider 'a: biishel ,"15ut^8ri?
;■ \>i? ^aaicaiidlesti cl\^AaiidAtgiyeth^light'
^y'^Bfetiiytiui:; iight;|p';shine: ■ ^b'ef ore.
. C'i.ass B,-—'On'ten thousand.doliars;and;hot
..;.»excoedijif.Mwei.ity'.tliC'iisaiid dollars, iwo iici',
';.. e'cnt..'up ui ten tl.'.o'u.ssinit.tlollirrs.-.'i'iiid'.'Uirot'
■ ; .perOenl. on iJio:reinalhdi*r:■.\.y.y.i;,:■: ■':—.i '■
i!i,A.sS;.,..(.!,^-Oni,tweiity'i tlioiisan'd ilnlliirs, and
i.fV.not (■xee'eiliiif,' forty thoiis;ihd dollars',, three,
,'.pur. cent., up, to tV\*oiity. thousand dollars,
'..'anil.three, iuid biie-liiilf.jiereuiit.'oriitlie ro-
\y maindort,. :,y.vA,F;-;VA'A-.^^■.;.:;u'■;.-;:.--';; :■..,;;• A
CiiASS-D.^^nnll -other's; in.X'xeess of .forty
:A: tlioiisand; dolliirsi.--: ni'j'ccs 'Xi\ct one-iiali' 'p.-V:
•; eeiit.''.:up;to forty.thousand .dollajSf and four
!*';per'ee*-it. on,tlie rein;iindeiA;;A'.A •.■',;;(■;,';':■'■.: ',,
i?roV'iin;hil4Revonuev'lT'ax.¥;l pei'i;apila.^,; ;A:!;i!
:r■':■ Tiro per cent;xVu-'tiic* assessed; ya luciidlAore or
;", mineral beiiriiif.' siibstaiieus ■ piiyiilile iiiiiir
Aui-ley; On'-the lasL idayjof 'tho lnijiithsol'
:.Mi!i'c)i. June. Sciuember audi nece.ihhor'.Un
v'Aeaeh year/.v^-i,.:-''-;:.;^:--;-..^,'^;; ;.A: ■';■■:  y■■■■y\
.t^rt-Steele^lllfe.. -laiitnu-y~,\mavfaXX;X:fX}
A.'.'i'Tiilso notieeOiat'iliii-fy dijyslroiii tlie'date
lierpof I intend io apply, to  Hie i^Iiinourahlij the
Chief CptiiiiiissiiiiierVif I'.'aiids'and VVorlis ;l'or ii
special license lo cut :iinVl fenrry/'awiiy; timber
froin'-lho fcl.lowing deser|beil laitils: cdirimi'iie-;
infrat a ]ii)st;pliinte(l oittiu'Vwest  biiiiUAif J-ilk
T-fiver-'aljbuti.ciiie.inile. .noi-vh di',: the,; town--of
■lrot;iiin'i ruiiiiiiiLT thciniM^iii.ifiioi'llie'rl'y'dlreetidn'
iildtig the ^iBstbanlt of the ijlit liiyur'ifpr'a dis.-''
^•in..;e of t\y.iMniles;,;ilieneo;iii<ii■woslcrl.yVciirCB.T'.
■".i'oii ^-lu5'odsV.\iiiVnee';in ;:i, spi'itho'ri.y ..dlree.tibii'
t\vo trtilbs': ;,liened'i'n:aii .ea.slc'riy ilii'i-etfdii'.Ti-IO
rods lo;phiep pf.beffiiiiiiiis. ,g Ai^'Ari: :y^Xji.Xi
'.■-'; -.Dated at l''ernie.ii.;Ci'tihis ^tltii diiy br'^No-i
'vbniherriV.jXriiiori/;;t-y:^- rX:yX':XX'X:'::X':
'    ; a    notice; ,
Tl''' Hri.iisli' l.'olii'ii'bia. # sdid hi;!-!!', Kail.v.a.v
C;.Hii|iiin.v will apply |,i ih,< Palliaineiit nl'Oa'h-
ailanl.itN next. Session for an'Act exiendin-
the tii.'ii- wh.iiln v.liieli   it, may i-onstruct,  such
f'llr.-im-hi-s Iriun any oi' its I.ihos'uoi oxe'i-ediiin iii
any one'ease lliiny iiiih-s inieuptli'as irre from
time. lo3.ijtJH, aiiilibrized ,'ljy, fhe'Coveniorin
rot.in'cil.'.and for oilier piu-iiose's.   '     A •'■/..
'   •■•■'■":■ ;   II. OAMIMjioLL'OSWALO.
''''-  ■'■: :   '■:  '   ■■   , "■■'■.■ Seci-i-iaj-y."'.
■';..-   :-■■; ---:'',A.-  ,,'.NOTICE.;';;;:'   'yi^XyiX.y
;   Xolieo is hen.-by Kh'i'-i''thiit'uppiiciiiio'ii wi'll:
•1,/e inaile in iile.Lirif.lalui-c'of the' r'n^-iheo/br
liritish f/iilii in hi,; at-iis.ni^t-'SessiVjii foAanAet
to  iii.e.orporatiy an lissbc'iaiiiin  io .'be Icnowli as ■
vi;'1^'1'' yUHi'Viriliy^OUVMIttA      iUINIXG
j\.SKO(.!I.yi:,l'0.V:;, ,|,|id; said   association ;i)eint;'i
Ibiiiiiliji'l' for_ l-hejo'ilowintj, l?iii*lJoiui»uaiiiciy:,\
I'-irst. to.'prbi'ub'.e, iho, a'rts andscii'iK-es eon-
iioyteii wiili ihe '■i-onbiniealipriHliieijoii (if valuable minerals anil meiiilsby liieilris of nieel jngs
for the .reading- and" 'diseussion  of .'teo'iiniea,!,
papers,and ihe' Siibseiju'eut'.distribution of Siii-Ti
■jii for nia I ion  lis'iiiay 'be v-a'iiK.d: 1111-051^11'the
metliiim;oi; publieiitibn,.; Si?ebnd. the establishment of ii. i-iyithi!-rt-fifi-i'-iiyu library iuid a head-
riii'iirloj'K I'Oi- the piirposeof this. dr^aiiiziitioiK
,'riiii;d,ti'...t.-iUuieonei-Ttbd   neiioniupon   such'
111 ti^i'S.i^s nl'feX-t the niiniie.' iind iiietai,hi)';.'iea ■
'iiidiisirii.-.s (liitlie i'rovinee of I.lrifish.'Cohiiiibia
iiiu.1 to ciieburaj/e anilproiiioti- tiiesi:- ind'u'slrie.-
hy till lawful andhbnmii-able ineiiiis. '  ,;!a'':
■:',',.-   liaied-at l-'osslaml. ■ l). 1 cl- .December.'..ir.Ui:
■jsi.tifi.- ;■'..'■;: ,,: ■■''"::   ■ ■■"■,"■ .-a'a.,_ 1.>:.a,,;a. ,,.
:X iX, a ,, i nXfv ^.ytiA^in.rOKyX y': "
,' Solieltors.l'oi'iipplieiints."
•-■ -a
": -3 ,
.■ a".
'■:, -3.-'
A.' XXcSMi?^^^M': W0:x
TX■; XX\y:y:'X'\'. "Full- of Prunes.;;;:':;;-''■■ i. ■ y% '■
a'^ ..-;'SaiviJose,; ;;.^aL,-:;Feb.;;:;- pi'^'A
':X generalimeetiiig .of j<:t]ie,:;Caiifbrr
■;;:<iiia: Cured, -Fruit Association- is
A iii sessipri here;■ today■ "its; chief;
-a businessrbeiiigAthe "devising of
,   ;;ways;ahd meaiis fpr\ adyertisiiig
pruhes.A ; i   ,i' yy'y.^.X:yyX.X-x-: Xyy .
•(.,;, Scottish;Rite .l>/lksonsXyy: Xy,X\
i ■-.;".Cincinnati, February;19.4-Tlie
;; ■ Ancieiit and■ Accepteid .Order of
'v the "Scottish^ ;Rite.;;Masoi^
"■'■;*»'liold a graiidfcbnyocationiii ".this
-City; today "and -tomb rrmy'. ;'::,^
; large attendance from';allAjiarts
'. of the state, is expected;;,; ; . !;  ;
: ;KAlT'L6y;YOUU-tDL'lj TIM 10'  i, ;; ;
;; '■ iMt's; As ;Gobd''As Cash^^ i'^
,.'i'"\V(;)i*k';tl; l-roini*" i's :ur id oat,] iittL will
'.'il)>|ICUl    t.ii    i.llOSC ..Will)   tt'ilMlMVO It O'OikI
i.dcal of siiai'O Liiiic. diiriii'yv \,h\y cointiiy'
uvinl.ci*.; .To'spiMii'v. Llie .si'ii*yi<!u.s;of sncli''
cthi* r'c'oplc's ICiiil.l.iiio''.S,yiKli.i;al.ii! 'Lim-
itetl.dl' Toronto are oll'oi'iiio' riiiiiiiriei*-'
itl.ivo liotiii* work lobii(l'(iiic \vil,li   their
'" Aiitoiiial.io Si*aiiilij«s K.iiii.l.iiio' Mmtliiiii*.,
. Tlioir.'s work Ll11.il; any; 0110 can <*.*i.Kil,y
learn.iinil coiild•' Im done by ililloreiil,
•liienibers of tlie l'aiiiilyiV:ici.'Ordiiio- ,'ilK
they had leisure—-a j^'ood \yiiy   lo  niaki;*
.■tlie idle nnniil:cs']iay the rent and . buy
the' llrin'jj-.',' See their aniioiiiieeineiit in
anothei* (•oliiiim.
JIKNUI CjfrjarjV ^i-AiQTBi^EKE;:
V1 CTpHLAv:tyitiietlVii ee ;pf |(3 oil :.-p f; UVO V n i ted
To Our'fiiithrul tlie?ivfenii.iers;!clcxtcd
,;;';Ain A't!ie;;;k'.|.di;islari
A .'Pi-oviiiuc of Br,ili*|ih Cbluiiibia at O.urVCity'bi
y'X yieCoriaAG-KiJi;'i'.iSG-.'i';*;;',ivv";;;,';;'';v.;A^;
:':&X::X:':. :X>QaiteyMsPy£^~;%Qv&^^
■hiivd^tlipir.aiiy'l'cu iiV'.!0ur1'j(J;ii'liiUii'ei'' '"XXX:..
;-;'Np'vy':KNpW^:i^'ihat fdydj^rs^iTufe^uift
■the '.cas*i.,:iii''i'.;cpiiy.enlgiitt(j^f^
vie.e of OuKjExeeuilve. CiouneilAdo - horohy''epii-
'yoke, fluidi(jyi..thes.-; 'prbseiuis enjoin'you; and
0!H'li;of.you.- iliat:diiThursday!' the twqn'ty-lirsi
^lay, of If obi-nary; (oiie'..thbu'siuHliiiut-'liuiidred
.aiictone, you ineettfs ill 'pur 'siiiiii'TjOgisliauro,
or Piirliameniiiof-piii-;, siiiil Trovinec^al pui;
City,; of' Victoria,; FOB '.Tltta MIS ^-At'CH. OE
'HUSINI'jSS,: to. ti'Oiit,.'db,.!iet,i 'ahfl'-'coiiciuclc!
upon tlib*se:UiingsV'iivhicli'iii' Pur LejiislVitiire pi
the ■■';.Province ;of i'ilritislr PoirtmbiaiAiy-the
Common Couijeil of Giir'siiid''l,royiueo ;niay.;b'y
thcdivor of Pod; bb'ordniifcdi;-1; XXX:i' '-XX:
'...Ts/TKsri'jioNy' \vii™t:oiS;;A\^iniye-eaiised
;,,;i- these Our Ijetler's lo :bo' liiail'e Patent .iuid'
■';i.,^he. Gi;diit.Swiiv^tlib;SllidPrbv
,.   'hercuntbiillixed:.;'Wi'i'NKS^i'tlii*; Biuioui;-
.i;:;, able .Sir, 11 bniuO os'i'Avi: Joja* iiW': r'ioi'i*'
;.;• H'lNiKiiK,". K,C.M'GV. ':i;fciiteiisiii.u-G'ovjefriioi*
-.y  of Our said Proviiiee br;.lirttisii; Cohiiiibia,
:;, .^in'Our;.,.Cliy'A/)riHMoLqri*i.-tii'-'pii'r stiid.lirb-
vinciv,. tills s'eveiiteeiith day. or JitnuaryiTn
tlie year-' of Put'".; Lord. biie,;'llioiistiiKL.iiiiio
..   _'ImtillroiV'iu'titi-^oryi'.-.'-itiid:-Iii"tiie'Kfxi.y-"rQuj.-.t,li
'''""";':o.'\ ■"•*' Command. c;-''■'".;■;':. •;..;'■■'A-' ■:.';;
■ ■ ■;;:■':■<'■:'X'x"■■ y2y'X.:D:;pi;:EN:i,i.cii, a 'Z
';';;'       yyXi'X-i..-. l'roi'iiieiaPSa:r(:lar!/.'
v A,NnlneiJis:liisryby iiiypii'thrithaii'tip*')iiei.v'liioii
wil'l be made'topio liewishitire'ASsemoty pfviiie
Pi-pviiieo of lh:i,tisiirCpliimliia.,;'it;iil.s-VK;xtf;sbsi
taiira.linfiio'-Bi'iiXvay ofistiiiidiirh
iiny''!Sthbr,ini()ti\'<j;;pp\\ei7i'rorv tiibA'arryinfcbf
fi'biH.ht.jaiid i)a,ssen.>ers■,froi,ir!afi)biin-,grt:br.-.'iip'a.i*,
,Ci'awfbVd;Biiyi oiiKobtenayljiiiii!, ini'theijDis-;
ti*iet:orr\\''.estIvbpten;i.y,,.liy,;>tho^inost. -ooiiyoiiir'
*eiit. aiid ^feiisililbirobie UircuiKlfthp *i'alley:;;bf|
C'ni,iyfprU':;j GreplK; iinil;: tlip;: ;yall<iy;'or;tiic;;:St.?
;i|fbvineo of';.IJritisii Coluiuliiai'ianii.tobuiid ii'iid'
bi^ratbitriiiinvays;Vin^eonnepttoii'; tiilji'tiwith;-.
iwitli.power;t-b'i*Onsti'uel, opbi-alp iiiid iniiiiiitain
In^iiieii'.liii.es.'a'luVi'-iiir iiiieessai'y.'hridsbs.ii'bads;
:pwii'iuid miijiitaiiijAvliiiryes and'-dpc)
noctioivittip;i;e3i;ith:;:;iinil;-\yith;.pojv<ni;^tp, liiiiidi^
."ii.cq.uirt!';) bwii;;e()uip; ii.ii'jl iiiaintain'.:stoaniiind
;bthci*fypssolsSuil boiiisf'and ;pperate;:the>siimo)
oiy iiny-nayi^a Wo;wiil;ei's^
'inamtriin^; tplufr.'lifKKian'tli.teleplibne liiips in e.pii-;.
;iiientibhc;d. - ihi seed on sj soil ■ 8i:j';S'i;iind's'i oi; tin;'
;'0yirtpr'PliUises poiisoi itliitibn AVeKl SOf A ^ iliicl ftij^
;do, pyefy tli iiiipnecessnryiuid.'iiid^
i^SK'iS?'""K^?5^li!^T'vvH--S1 ^ ■ ^t^1^^^''S*1'^"V^J^^'r^S
paiiy.: jnKl.to;iiPiiiui-(i;iii'nU.s:,l.i6Vi!
;or ptlieiviijijs.lrniii'aiiy' pbyci*nimnit;,iiiiinieip;il
leqi-pbraiioii.ior otliei^persoiis or bodies: .iuijl't'o
ipySAaiid, collectftolis^frbiii 'illffbthbi-tiariios;
ifsiiij*:. 'iind'iqn; alh freijiht; passinA; ovb'i:.anypf
suelii rojds/,.;riujways.;   friuriwiiys,Afori-iPs^
whiii-vps.and;yessels'bwiibdbroxxiriiied by, tho!
Gpinpaiiy:Aiinil  with .power .ttfiiniho tr'sinie^oi-
ptlicr avraiif,'eineht,s witli.... railway, steamboat.'
or., ofliei7epni])iinies:.;a,nii:'ror iillothbr iisuiii;
necpssiiry or incidoiital"rights'.'pow'jijrs.oi'privl-
■lej;owitHtliafcbeiiair.;;;;A:;;.i•■>■'.;; .':'-!,\'-X:,/._X::y
■ APiitediit Kaslb,:H;:C..'this l!)th  diiy .'of-bitb-
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;.-;;.'>':'-:.,';;:.„;' -...(NOTICE:':-- XXXX ,..;,A
%■:■ ..'I'iilte.iioiiee that".thirty daystrottr'aiic diiip
hereqll intend,to'.wiipiy 10i'ilip'.i'loii.u.'ijrnblo:;-1i.liQ.
Chief Coiiiiriissibiior of f.iiiids.iind ,\\rbrl;s 'l'or ii
special;liecnsitto 'cut.,and; eiii'ry;iiy,;ayi'tiinbei'-
;froni the followiiifr defterilied lands:,Conniipne-
iiisr'' a.l. 'it .point al,; j.lic soinh west corner of l.Ot
;i(|48. i;Group ;''pup! )5ast- A\poteriiiy . IMstriPl''
rHiiiiiiiK^beiieivwest'Strtodsi; ,ll;pnep iiorihislr
i1'?^'!?'11!*)11!:^. westliiOi-ods: ttliehee;iibrtii':^-Iij;
rods:' thyii<;PV!:ist tyo; roili^:-,-. tlipnci^'soiitir i«l)
:rbds 1,6 tiieji'acePf.beyimiinHV I'XrX;..''ii;,;;;;;'
,:;;;; !biifi;d a tlM-'rui ei I i; P.' tli'is Wtli'd :i!yi;o r; Np-: j
The Ricli Mi^
And Und^vQ]oped 'Copper:,l^^'ii^y^'^fi
;:y Aiidi; Sil^'ei1-Lead^Properties:'"■ '^x}- xxx-^iX
AiViie.;,0fie^:ed":-■-For- Sa 1 e Oti^'x'y " Zt xfOx' -&.
: ':1a be raj' >Wpr ki ri g-; JBoricls.^ '^x: l^ffxM. ■$£'.
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■ I Wlii)ERME'REp; donalS
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piip.yixeia i". si-x;iti-vi"a i;v/'s. oi*'i-mci
: ll       CUilZ&iL YOUR PAI61S V/ITHc    \g
-•'i   '-1—5\ „ '  <*       ■       B/f'DBB      '"' ?«
lONOUIt. llie l.ieutoiuuit-l.'ovi'riior .in
'pbuiieil has .been ■ploasi'il to jiiiiiie: Hip
folIoVvlnui !t|ipolii'tinenf:°-- ■'■'..y,v,. ':■:':. X
■ .'■•-" ....''.:. " . '; ■. l)lli:!>'Vi':iuliir..l.!HHi.t ''.
Itoincici' l-:i,i,i,i-i*. iir iViorborousdiV I'ia'-ii
liooienay. .l-:si|uire. ,\i.,l).., to iii- •■, -<_*,iron'er' foi-
and wll.lilii'tlie I'Voiinco of.!Hrii,ish'.C'olninlila.   .
In   the   County   Court, of 'Kootenay
Holden nt £'oi-fc:''Si;eelc!,' B. C.   , '
ii'i'li liiai on (he lil't.h.ilav
a iis
A Medicine Ghost In Itself.
Simple, Sato and Quick Cure.for
f-j URAfifiPS, DIflRRHQEfl, GCUGHS, W.
'        NEURALGIA.
. 25 and 50 cent Bottles.
?3. ■    . m
Nutiee   is   hirehy  .
ol' Deeeniber, .Ifi'i'' i'
ICsq.. ,lii(l|.;c i'i i ..o s   •
h'uson Aniistr.iiii,'. O;
County of Kootenay'\i
sinKulai*   ilio , jjoods.
A Horrible Outbreak.
"Of litfo'c sores on my liU.lcd.iiiglil.ci-'ft
head dovolopud into a ease of scald
head" writes/.'. I), isbill. of Morgan ton,
Tonn.. but Buokletrs Arnica Sulve <iom-
pletely em-eil lier. It's a guaranteed
cure l'or Ko/.enia. Tetter, Salt Rheum.
I'iinples, -Sores, Ulcers and Piles. Only
25c at A. \V;. Hieasdell, Drug-gist.
a;.,,.s .. (.[•-
■i  i  \flr.iii.lsii-!i:''i.r i f ilie
■ iiunaiiisl."'aloi"i!',aii ii'r.ii
eliatiels   and   ei-edii   ol
Pasquala Kran-e.-ihini. a lias,■'.I'raiiL'i'.scs, Alias.
Sliiini of The. Loop.;   Itaiiway   i.ahoiij-er  de-
eeased, intest.aie.. '   t ,.     '       :..
Kvory person indebted fo  the said  deeeased
is i'Oiiin'red lojnake |ia.\ineni  I'm i.-.wiili   to  li'.e
undersigned. ''"'..■'
Kvcrj"person li'aviii!.' in possi smoii : llireis ;. -
loii^'in^ to.iho ileeeased. is  r-jiiiiii*i;d ."ibrthivi h
to notiry the undersigned. ,, j
Kvo'r.y.Greditor.'or other 'person,  ini.   ji;-.; any j
claim ujioii or iniei'est..inli:;-ilis!ri!ii,i.n.n o, i.:,. j
persouiil eslale of the said deeeasei! ;,.. i- ijsi:i-..il'.!
within tliirl.y d.iys of lids da to fo send by i-.'fris- j
tered letter, addressed to tin-  iiiidi-.r.-iyiied.  hi-; !
iiiinie and  aildri.'Ss iind   tin: full pun k-uiai'sio!';
his claim or interest,  iuid   ,i  .si..'ii,uiiii'iii.  of his!
account, and liji- nature of ihe sii'in-i:...  (i. anv),'
held liy him.      '-,..-. .."        ■'   .'[
After the expiralioii of the  said • iMi'i'y  iia.vs ii
flic Adniiiiisira'ior v.i'il pii-.|-|...: i.  ....   .,■ '.*;i.-.i.;.-:_
hufioii  of  the  esti,:e. I;:..i,,.;r  i-.-^ii;,:'■;,.   ;ii ,.,'.
claims only of which he sihnil'l.iivi- Inni riotieo:
Dated at, fori, Sleele ilu-. i;'tli dai'ol .laiiinn'.v
111(11  .        ,', '
amks |.'t:rt(.;;;;-;i)x .nnis'i'ijosi
_,,       ;   lilliciul j\iiiiiitii.sti-anir. ■ ■
I     '   ' ■ I'Vii't Steele. I!. (
;. i-rbticeisAiercbyyiven■.tliiii;:ip))li,i*:i'5ib]i;wii'i'
beniadc lb tlieiLCgisHitn'b Assenibiy of nritish
Columbia'- at.i'ts; next session i'dr aii Act to in-'
"corporate thb ■• r"tCootfcii'ay": C 'enCritii Kaihyiiy
Compaiiy;" with' power lb consti-iic**,'; eijuip, bp-
era'teiindibfaint'iih ii-lii'ic';br;Rati\v:aj%-'pf..kii.iKl-'
iird' or iiinyiother: ^augtA'to bo; bpei'iitiitl 'by'
steam,-electm'lt.v or !ii:.y:.oilier''iibw'er'Tor.;'tlie'
c'ur.ring of li'diiiht liiid passeii^brs. i ;i''';: i i°
,1:i''IlfS'li:--Fi'oiii',ii,prt,.Steelo,tO Bllcb/ior t.soino'
bllibr eoilviinieiitiibint on tlie Crow's NJesl Ifaii-
wiiy between il'HUo .and AVardiicr llience on
olllior the .Kast or -West side'or'WIiftvau'i river,
oi- by the niost eonyenieht.routo to, 'the Inter-
nalional HoundiiryT'jiiio. i.'■ i ' • ;' ;,; :° ■.■,■'.';.
;.. SECOND 1—From Port Steele to AViiiderinere
by either;tho Kast. or West side' of the ' ICootenay river,: thenee to the';to\vn of Golden on'tiio
iniiin.line ol'.ihe.Caniuiiiiii.Pacilic Itiiiiway; and
to build and operate ;triiniwiiys in eouneetio:i
therewith, with;, power to eoiistruei:, operate
anil liiiiiiiliiin. branch lines andniliiice'essiiry.
bridges, roads;.ways ferries 'and oilier worUs.
aiid.io buil'di own and'inaiiitaiii \yharyes and
.dochs in eonneeiion tlierewifii. iiiid wiili power
to build, aciiiiire iuid inainia'.h'sfoiiin anil other
vessels aiid boa Is, and . 11/ oiierato llie'same on
tli.: Ivootoiiii.y liiyei* from. .iho liuenniiiouiil
Lloiindary as far aorfh its tliesaid river may he
i.r'nay be ini.de iiiiviyable..; „      ;■ . ,;
.Also toiitilhoi'ize ihe said .K'oi'iLeiiay Central
! t'iiMv-ty 'ie"ipe*iy. to build, ecinin,1 oiii-i-ii.fi-  and
.iiiu-i.i'iii'i'.';■.'■,'. .p.. ,:mI u i.-j'.:it-.'0' 11 »v.=-. in,,iV',i-
j ULULiub  V,Ii,l Siiiii liU.W.i.V i.lld hi ali-jhes. iilili  to
j ,','cnerntt* eiei-ti-ieiiy for llie supply oi' heal,
I 1 itclil iind power, and. 'for nUancI every oilier
I purpose mentioned in Sections SI). SI, 8:.' and S3
of the "Water Clauses Consolidation Aei of
ISE17". and to db everything necessary,aud incidental to the carryiny out of all or any of the
objecis referred 'to in said sections, , .
Also to invest said Company', with  power to
expropriate lauds for. the purposes of the C'oni-
p.iiiy. and to iiei|tiire lands, bonuses, privileges
j or uihor aids'from,any CoVi'rnuii.'iit. iMuuiei.pal
I Coi pnra.tioii. or other persons ov  bodies.-—Also
j lo levy aiid rnllecl lolls I'roin iill parties usin^;
in;,! on   all, in-is;hi.  uassiii'i iiver  iiny  ol'siitfh
' roa.is,   1 nfw.i.'.s.   Iraiinvays.  ferries,   wharves
I and Vi-ssi'I.-. u'wiieil or operated by the Company
' i'-,iii|. with' p..Lev ;lo 'in.lUe .trallle   or oilier ai--
i;aii;;i;iiii-'iiis \v.iili railwiiy.  sti-aiul>oal, oi- other
i;'imi;:iui.•>;..:'mi for all   oiin-i-,,iisiin i   heeo-.sii.i-y
i'i,.'li'...-.. powi rs or privile-i'l-s iii thai, belia 11'.;
r'iirl.ho.yi'i y.inj'-iW'T iho said I'oinpany to :ii--
!:oi--.' ;.:; 1 <■;'' jv-it' 10 i n-'s. eoin'en!.r;it,Oi's.,s{iH'lt-
t is .t l'..un;.i i- :. ill .th-- iiv'b.'llliorhood of of in
ii.-.y.pa'rt fill -'lei-ri'ibi-y liatiiraily triliui'in-.v to
it.-, rail-way -. '       . ' . ,   ]
. .I'.-ii.il at !-',iii, .-.lev!o. il. c, this I llll day of;
I'Msi'i'mb'i'.i*. A. I). IIKi.i. ... ■     ' 1
I. A. llj\lt\''l-;V , /'
,- Solieitors for Applicants.
\v.M. 1:. no a.   ■
;^; y 1'ani il iai* ■ i lit life i.,f o r ■; tl i e; ..'Ohicji'go',
iMilwaukee & St;;Pdii] Kailwv\-,■ fchoiyn
itjloyer; )ilt e ■U.ii itbi-as; tlie ..Great - Railway,' i*uiin,i,tio''; tlie'y-piqrteev  JJniitcrLy
trains;;eyery;day;iuid.i]io'ht between St^
PjiiiW ancl';^ .ph'icitj^oi/.Aiilitl ,-';''Oiii;i'h;jt.'''and'
Chicago;.''■"The ioiily "jieriect, trains in
.the world."AlJiidersUindiCdniieetions
ai*e.„inad«-^vitli:'. .yy/'-.Trtiliscontinental'
Ttnes, .assiii>iiiov'';i,o;'iiiis'sei.i^ci*s. the liest
sen-ice. Iciio\y 11 .'•';;■ Lu'xiirioiis , coae'lies.
electric lights, 'sixain'.heat, of.'a'.'-.verity'
ef|it:iled by no otlierlihi.:. ,.      -,.   ,   '  ,'i.
; See.;'that your ticket i-ettds yi;ii'"The
i\iihy;Hil-:.ee.': when'o'oinb'   to 'any : point,
iii ihe (JniteftStiites :Ori'(:;aiiaila/    .All
ticket iio'ents sell l.heni.       ;'
. l'>)i;.i:iiteS,' i)ani|)l-il,et.s or  other : in formation,-address.'     a- !■.(..
•1'. :\V. Caskv,;   'X.C.J'. hlnnv,'' '■"
' /I'fav.'l'ass. A«t.. ■      ,    General Afient; .,'.
■ si.:.vnvrfjii;, wash.   ppK-i'ijAND, or
Tlie Alost Coniiileto ITealfh itesort 011
the,(,'iiiitinent'ol' North America.
■ /     .'■......■., ; ■■      ■,° ,..-       ...     = ■
Siltialed uiidstSeenery unrivalled forGrandeiir
Halcyon    Hot    Springs
'^■K^anitariuiri ^ffi'yi
Uiilcyiiii .Sjifiiiy-H, Ai;;i*(iu' 1'ju.lWv.' it (.'.
riVfe^fe^tnrqr of altiKi ]ai-^e''aLSsbrt-t;"2
~ ^'v':   inen'tof seasoned Lumber aiid bhiu^les always"      "^
^■■;;... .',■..  . ■■■:■•;. .-.1;..:..;.,;;.-., •■.;-„. A'.a     ......y   .'......!,    ,.;■■■ *^J
-'...: .".:■'■■■;■'a'a'a; a;";..;;" on liancl.,;"'':::-,y-iXf. ,-^:-;-^.-'".^i;'g
Assorted Car of.Best;Brands of Flour 'and" Meals,
Fionr, Patent; Hungarian and Sl;i-ono; Baker. ■     "'   '
■; ';.-;": Rolled. Oiltsi Cracked WheaCWheatletts,      :   -.-■'.".''■'"'   ■■-'■*,
.'    •.,   Cornmea], ''Bii'ckwh'eat Flour, Split Peas,
' !      ■".■■ Navy  Beans,' Lima Beaiisi Pot Barley, etc;
^Siops     Shorts     Oats     Hay!
In lelei,rrapliii'.,eoiunniuie;ition ".
, ■ with all parts ol' the world.
'   Two mails arrive iind depart livery itiy.    '
iVruis, $1^ 10  $1«   per week. :ii;c<)rd'iii*,'
lo resilience in  Hotel or Villas.'.
lis llafhs Cure nil'Nervous and Muscular
•tsi'nsi's. Its'Waters Ileal :lll Ividney. Civor
ed ,-si.oiiuu-li Ailments.. ■  '
'.J^IoejiAVood Tiiii,. a ?)i;ii*e1'article imported (Iirect trom Ceylon'.
try it once and yon will use no otlier.,     /,'■•   ''' ,
Frpsli  Breiilctasi;
Btitl'e'r and 'J'jg^.s..
Hams' and   Dry Salt Side Bacon,
^[REWOOp'.'.-ill len^tlis to suit ail stoves;.; ,,   .
¥T T13"
E. G. FILLER, Proprietor post OFFICE BOX 836;
I 33?"   All goods guaranteed and prices also as beino- corrpci
Send in orders. ,.■■ " THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.  C, FEBRUARY  1001.  V5  <l  r)  I  \  ���Jr.  Iv."  IK'1  |v*i  1" .*���.  l'*i  ),f.  !' ���  v$  i ��� >  ��%�� ��JrO0p��rim\  SATURDAY, FTCHRUARY 2:5, 1W1.  ���TmnTTTmmmTTTTniTmTTTtTTmTTJTmrTT-:-  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  ���MiiiiiiiUUUiiUiliiilUUilUUiiiliiUiiUil^  E. C. Smith, Ni. P. P.  Thursday for Victoria.  left  on  The hottest politician in  Canada today, is the C. P. R.  F\ve hundred dollars will  be  paid    for' a   pair   of   Mountain  Goat.    Apply  to Indian  Agent  .Galbraith.  Alex Cameron, of Kimberley  was a visitor at Steele on Thursday.  CEYLON  AND  INDIA  TEA.  GREEN   OR   BLACK.  To  get clean GREEN tea use the machine-  **  OARLIN  & DURICK  made tea of Ceylon and  adulterants,   no   sticks,  all tea.  India.     It  no   willow  contains no  leaves--it's  The same is true of BLACK.  In relation to the C. P. R. we  are accustomed to judge actions  and theories and motives by  their results in the past.  The election of Garden was, a  direct kick against Joe .Martin.  The Port Steele Flour & Feed  Store proprietor is, agent for the  Fleetwood Ceylon tea. Try it  once and you will use no other. *  As an indication of . the great  value and growth of the mining  industry, of South East Kootenay, we can say it was clos'e to'a  million and a half in 1900.  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robinson;  left on Wednesday for a visit to  the coast cities, they will return  in March.  Tho addition to the hospital  was completed on Tuesday last. ,  Thk Puospicctok gives the  mining news of the district, regardless of locality.;      i  The population and commercial interests of South East  Kootenay are increasing.  ������Newspaper' advertising paid  last week: it pays this week: it  will pay, next week. * It's the  best plan to advertise every  week in The Prospector."  A .-.udden chill often mean.-! Midden  itinera. Pain-Killer in all thiit i.- needed to ward it oil. , Unequalled for  crarnpn and diarrhoea. Avoid, substitute*,    then;    ii    but <mn   Pain-Killer.  ��� t'eiTV Davi  'I'n:. anil "���Of.  Dr.   King of  Cranbrook  "Fernie a visit on Tuesday.  paid  A. B. Grace visited Fernie on  Tuesday, returning on Wodnos-,  dav.      '" "  King Edward VII, is the tirst  British nibuarch to inherit the  imperial crown of Hindustan.       '  The chief capital'of a newspaper is not presses or type, but  character.  Attention Hunters  and Prospectors.  Indian Ajjont Galbriiilh ir*. willing to  pay tho Mini of MOO. poi1 ym'iv," for  Mountain Sheoi> tnid <-ioat, or eithor.  Make your living In yourown homo  easily���at your leisure! We have a  new and profitable plan. Write- us.  bond yo'ir >t,>lilr>-<,<t on jHMt rani ana u ��� w 111 taliil you DArUcil*  lin    Fiivli,'*,Symhcaii'. Dejit. C, 1.10 VuiisaSt.,Torunto.  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.  Professional.  North Star Lodge  I'OI.T S-'ll'J'M  NO. 30.  n c.  A.  F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  Kegnlur, nii'i'liii'js���J-.L 'J'ucsdny in t''icl)  inonili nt eisrlit o'clock Visiting Hii'tliei'i nre  coriluillv inviti'il.  A. W. 1Ii,i:a*<1'i:i.i., Si'cii'iary.  Sole  Agents  for the  canton steel  COMPANY  This Steel, is guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or Firths in all  lTlutn Rock Work.  Solk AniONTS  crow's Nest coal company  Giant Powder Gompanu.  ��� NOTICE.  " TiiKe uotiee lliai 1 Intt-ml to sinil.i* u]>i'lU*u-  liou lo the Governor in i'oiiir'U wi ihu Uoiuin-  lou of (.'nuiulu for permission to erect and  iniiluliiin.ii Iniftle tuulue at Wumi. U.,C. iii*ro-is  lliu Kootuiiiiy Kiver oMeiHlin'i from l.oi SS,  l<rouii I. Kogipiiay lilsiuct ui Lot DTI, Cli'otip t  Kooton.'i.v nt.-.ii'11't.  Ainl further take iii)lii*o thiit 1 h.ivt* du|i<is'-  lti'il the plans of tlie saiil briuye ami u dosi-rip-  tii>n of ibo pioposcd .site wiili the Honoinblo  Tho 'Minister ot Public Work*, ot, Canada and  Unit 1 lune complied wltli llu* provisions of  Chapter I*--' R. S  C. ' "  "My-iijiplioailou   is  inado luidei-'ciidlHer 03  and SM of the re lsed Siatutos of Canada.  .V. HANSOX.  Solk   Ahunts  Mining  Supplies a  Specialty.  t * o  Agents for the, MASSEV   liARltlS   CO., Limited.; '   '  Farming   Implements.  FARM  FOR  SALE  Agents   Wanted  On. S. MeC-irier. ,|. A. Harvey  HARVEY & McCARTER    *  Hnrrinlrr.1,   Solicitor*',   Nnlarien  J'ubhe,  Conveyiuircrs ele.  POUT  STKKIjK,  15. C.  JtHVKLSTOKK STATION anil CiOUlKN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Banister      - <���   -       Solicitor  0 NOTARV   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER,   - '  Fort  Steele,   B. "o  Tho  law  makers  of' the.Province are in session. l  Are   the   newspapers' iu   the  Province giving  the' public   rhe[Ti;cv C[.eek  straight   tip,, iu   relation   to the  supply  of  coal   aiid coke by the  Crow's Nest Company.   , '  AV. H. McFarland is down from  Charles   Armstrong  Fernie on Thursday.  went, to  Archie McCloud, constable ��at  Fernie, has resigned.  More  week.  snow  during  the   past  ,   R.'D. Fraser has been appointed constable at Fernie.  ,"'��� An important event in South  East Kootonay,.is Ihe placingof  fifteeifheayy locomotives on' the  CrQ,w"s'Nest line, for use in, the  transportation of coal1 and' coke,  from coal fields that cannot supply the demand.  Five hundred dollars will5 bo  paid for ��� aT" pair of Mountain  Sheep. . Apply to Indian Agent  CJulli'raith.  A newspaper is universally regarded as-having a responsibility  in the district that belongs to no  other business.   ,-.- .  The    C.   P.   R. ' will   build  .^"iOO.OOO Hotel in Vancouver.  Mayor Garden has been   elected in Vancouver.  Win.   Forsyth   returned  Tracy creek on Monday.  from  James  Dibble   returned  iMpyie on Wednesday.  from  Messrs. A rmstrong and Barues  went to Fernie on Tuesday.  li. D. Fraser and wife went  Fernie on Tuesday.  to  F.   LcPan  on Tuesday.  returned   to Steele  Prices are holding very firm in  (lour, milling goods, with strong-  tendency to advance, so the, pro -  prietor of the Fort Steele Feed  Store advises us. This is, therefore, a good time to purchase  your winter supply. He has just  'completed a full stock of flour,  meals and breakfast foods. "  A recruiting station for the  Baden Powell police will open at  Fort Steele on the '27>)]\ ot February.  N.  visitor  day.  Hanson,  at   Fort  Wasa,     was   a  Steele on Mon-  Da'd Sprague made his regular  weekly visit to Steele on Thursday.' ".      \    ���    ; - ���   ,  If Joe Martin carries out his  threai and retires from public'  life, a loud and emphatic 'Amen*  will be heard all  vince.  over  tho  Pro  fit is expected that.the Dominion parliament will .prorogue  about the.first, week in April.  Prospects   are,  lively  season   in  district. ~      *  bright   for/ a  mining in'this  Beau! if ul weather.  .lack Thompson came down  from the Perry creek mines on  Monday.'  ,'���011   the quiet'*  you can subscribe for The Pkospkctok.'  Tho value of The Prospector  as an advertising medium is unexcelled by any publication in  South Fast Kootenay.  Confidence is the basis of business.  Dan McNeish can be  found   at  the Steele House.  There   i.s   no   hidden  about <rood advertising.  secrets  Mons Hanson of Movie was  registered at the Imperial on  Monday.  Anyone in the district not now  a subscriber to The Prospector, wishing to keep posted  upon mining and current events  of South Kast Kootonay. and  local news.'can have The Prospector mailed to them for one  year on the receipt of *2.i��0.  Follow the crowd and you will  come to Fort Steele lo investigate, and possibly invest in the  immense mineral resources of  the district.  R. Roger*-  on Monday.  The Fort  Trade held a  dav even inc.  went to  Cranbrook  Twenty-five    below  Friday morning.  zero   on  Bob Dempsey came down from  Huckleberry Hill oni Thursday.  Consistino of 2S,'l acres, ol liotloin Imiil  nino mile*, norlli wcii. of Fori. Sioolc on  (.lie Kooii'iuiy Kiver. Title perfect.  Fenced; dwelling house, stable. eaUle  sheds, root house, istu. For purtieuhiri,  apply ,to-'l<\ A. HALE. 1'. (). lio.v No.  S10. Port Steele. L,. C.      '  CALGARY FLDUR  MAKES SWEETEST BREAD.  NOTICE.  ������A meeting of the License Commissioners of South East Kootenay will he  held sit Cranbrook- on Saturday, Mareli  2nd. to.consider the application of D.  MuNeisli for a transfer ol his license  fronrthe Kootenay Hotel. Cranbrook,  to the Steele House, Fort Steele.  ; ,, II. W. BARNES.    ,'  Chief License Inspector.  Complete Life of Queen Victoria*  ���...   *.��� r  BEST BOOK  BEST TERMS  OutliL Mailed,ou Receipt oi 10 cents.  Address 0  S. O. MILLER & CO.,  Portland, Ore., U.S.A.'  Home Work.  We must have al. once a mini-',"  ,     ber   of   reliable    persons   and  families in tli'i-3 locality to work   "  for   us   whole" or  spare  time.  Good .wages paid.    No canvass-,-  ins'.    Write for.position today.  * People's Syndicate Dept.- A.  l.-iO Young- Street,'      TORONTO. Ont.  East, Kootenay '  Bottling Co.  fa  A. G. Currie of Cranbrook  registered at the Imperial.  is  Mr. Fred Binmore, is having  his residence painted and decorated .  Frank Collelt returned  Windermere on Friday.  I rom  STBATHCONA'S horse.  Steele   Board   of  meolins:  on   Mon-  The value of advertising in a  country paper is something that  few people are acquainted with.  The C. P. R. is wnkinsr up to  the fact that the South East  Kootenay traffic, is  to the company.  a gold mine  On   Friday    llie Fori    Steele  Brewing   Company shipped    a  carload.    Hon   kegs of   beer   to  Fernie.  Mr. Jiir.-st, of the Fort Steele  Mercantile Company was in  town on Monday.  Julius Hurell, Kimberley came  in on Wednesdays stage.  Robert Little, Superintendent  of'the Kootenay Perry Creelc  'Mining Company came dem-n  from "Perry Creole on Wednes-'  day.  " '   '     ' ���������'���'. ���.. ���'-  It is a fact'not generally known,  that within half an hour's ride  of Fort Steele are located sev-'  oral valuable gold, copper  silver-lead mines.  T1mju-,uk1~ of ('an,uli.in- can voncli for  ilx- i-llii*ai;\ ol I inn peerless cniiuh ri-m-  ed\. I '\ iiy-Bal-iim. ft cum*.-, a cold  wry quicklv. 'Z'k: of all di iiyjjists.  M.iijiif.uM ured by Ihc proprietor:* ol  I'crrv Ililvis' I'ain-K'illor'.''  Dr. Corsan lias gone l.o F<*i'iiie  Messrs.     Ross     and     Harvey  visited Cranbrook on Thursda.y.  and  Premier Dunsmtiir.and Attorney Ceneral Eberts are expected 'in'Victoria today.  In regard to the .railway,' "the  right kind of talking is good,  buVthe right kind of action i.s  hotter."  Recruits    for  force  will   sail  March 20th.  ' Baden-Powell's  from Halifax on !  Luncheon   By     Lord    Strathcona.���  General Buller is the Man.  London has  rarely   witnessed  a scene of patriotic  enthusiasm  that  equalled   today's   luncheon,  given   by   Lord   Strathcona, at  Kensington Palace Hotel to Colonel Steele and the officers aud  men of Strathcona's Horse.   Owing to the national mourning the  gathering was of a semi-private  character,   but    among   Strathcona's   personal     friends   were  Lord   Dundonald,   under   whose  command        thu       Strathconas  fought:    St.     John     Broderick.  secretary of state for  war, Lord  Aberdeen,     Earl     Grey,    Earl  Derby and Lord Stanley.     Lord  Dundonald's   speech    recording  the deeds of Strathcona's Horse  roused     the   gathering    to   the  highest    pitch     of   enthusiasm.  Lord Strathcona received volley  after volley of  cheers   from   the  officers and men   of  the  Strathconas, but the .wildest- cheering  wits reserved for General Buller,  who unquestionably 'remains the  hero of the   lighting  Canadians.  ��� ''Wi) are,'' saidColonel Steele,  amid   vociferous  cheers, ''going  back to Ca.ua.da fo settle   up  m-r  Aerated waters  Of all kinds.  i  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  ..   l      Ginger Ales, Etc.     Q  Soda water in  siphons.     The most  economical way to handle it.'  | Pyny-Balsam |  A QUICK CURE ��OR       , |  COUGHS AND COLDS I  Very valuable Remedy in all j-    ��*���  a> _"    affections of the ' ^  | THROAT or   LUNGS |  �� Large Bottles, 25c. jf,  *       DAVIS & LA WRENCH CO., Liinltml.       *  '^S>        Prop's of Perry Davis' l'ain- KilU-r.  T\    EDO  Lz\NDS aud MINES  ���  NOTARY PUBLIC  COIjIjKC'I'IO.VS Kivun lJKOMI'T ATTKNTIO.V  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  FOIt'l' STKKI.K  ni:\-Kl.ol-.M|'.N"l'.SVNl)ICATK L'1'��>1  i:w t.uiuli*iiliiill Slnvjt, Ijoniliin, l-liial.iml.  N. A. WALLINGER  FORT STEELE.  POST OF PICK HOX !?.  T 11 O M A S    M c V r T TI 'E ^  R.JU.S.  <��-  CE.  Fort Steele B.C.  Douglas .Corssin  , , {(hir-MD.)  OFFICE -Hivuisldo Avumie.  ' ���* " , i '  Next Door'tot UleuKdell's I'rttr/ Store.  ,$  Night Was Her Terror.  ���-T would eouyh nearly all nightlong.'  writes Mrs. Glnis. Appleg-ate, of Alexandria, Ind.. "and could hardly g-ct any  sleep. ] had consumption bo bad that  if I walked a block I would cough  frightfully and spit blood, but. when  all other medicines tailed, three $1.00  bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery  wholly cured me and J gained 58  pound's." It's absolutely guaranteed to  cure Coughs. Colds. Lu (irippe. Bronchitis and all Throat and Ijimg troubles.  Price -jOc and $1.00. Trial bottles free  al A. W. Bleasdell. DruggM.  ispWHEELS,  Tool!  little /affairs   there.  W  i en    we  have done that we are ready 1,6  go back to Soutri Africa to tight  for the empire.'' The Strath-.  conas are being overwhelmed  -with kindness everywhere.  MILLER RODEONE2093 MILES IN 132 HOURS  The Eldredge  $50.00  The Belvjdere  :' :$40.6o::':' i  Superior to all others irrespective  of price.   Catalogue tells you  why.   Write for one.  NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,  339 BROADWAY. Factory,   f  New York. BELVIDERE. ILL.  .NOTICE. ���.  Notice is hereby wiven tlitu application  will be in:itle to the Parliament of Cunndu  at its next session for an . act to incorporate the "Kootenay Central Kail way  Company," with power to construct, equip, operate and maintain a line of Railway, of standard or any other pause, to be operated by  steam, electricity or any other power for the  eurrlng of freight and passengers.  FIRST:��� From Fort Steele to Klko or some  other convenient point on the Ciow's Nest Kail-  way between Elko audv Wurdner thence on  either the Kast or West side ot Wigwam river,  or by the most convenient route to ihe International Uoundury Line.  SKCOND:���Fiom Kort'Steele lo Windermere  by either the Kast or West side of the Ivoote-  nay river: thence to the town of Golden on the  ���imiil line of llie Canadian Pacille Railway', nnd  to build and operate tramways in connection  therewith, with power to construct, operate  and maintain branch lines and all necessary  bridges, roads, ways ferries aud other works,  and to build, own and maintain wharves and  docks iu connection therewith, and with power  to build, acquire- aud maintain sieum' and other  vessels and bonis, and to operate the .same on  the Koolenay River Irom the Iiiii'innUoiiiil  Boundary as far north as the said river imiy hr  or may be made navigable.  Also to autliori/c tin* said Komcmiv CVntnfl  Railway Company lo build, equip, openm- and  maintain lelut,'i-aph aud telephone lines lu connection wilh said lailway and branches, and to  Meliorate electricity lor thu supply ol licit,  lltrht and powrr. and lor all and every other  purpose mentioned in Sections Sn. HI. KJ and B'l  of the '���Water Clauses Consolidation Act or  18H7" and to do evcrythiiiK necessary and Incidental to the carryiiiK out of all or any of ihe  objecis referred to in sai.l seel ions.  Also to Invest saiil Company with power to  expropriate hinds for the purposes of the Company, and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges  or other aids Irom any Ooiernim-nl. Municipal  Corporation, or oilier persons or bodies.���Also  to levy and collect lolls from all parlies usiiif,',  and on all freight passing over any_of such  roads, railways, irnimvajs. feriics. wharves  and vessels owned or operated by the Company  and with power to make iruillc or other arrangements with railway, su-niulioal or oilier  Companies, anil tin-all oilier usual necessary  rights, powers or privileges in that behalf.  Further to empower ihe said Company to acquire and operate mines, concentrators, smelters or reliiii-ries in the neighborhood of or in  any part ol tin* terntor.\ naturally tributary to  its railways.  Dated at Fort Steele U. C. this Nth day of  December. A. D. mm..  I. A. UAKVKY  Solicitor:-, lor Apiiliciiils.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  o  CONTRACTORS  ���' "   , ���" .AND  BUILDBRS.  Fort 'Steele   13.C  Shaving ^ Hair 'Dressing Parloi  Next loOiieninl Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work  a, specialty.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  TAILOR  COHN  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain pAveuuc  .  Fort Steele, 15. G.  T. 6. Armstrong  I'YntT Sti-.ioU'j, U. 0.  MANUFACTURER   OF   '  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove   Pipes  avud  Copper ware  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting  and  .kinds of sanitary work-  all  ' Air Tight  Hydraulic  -Hot Blast Stoves  and   Aii-  Mines  1?  ipes   for  W'M. If. KOSS    - f  ' The Martin Claim.  We learn that a. syndicate are  trying to secure a bond on the  Martin claim. The property is  situated on Luke creek, aiid is a  copper proposition, the ore  carrying high values in gold and  Qjpper.  SPKCIA L  .IOH WORK'.  ATTKN'JMON   PAID   TO  GEARY ���& DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fori. Steelo U.C:  Rejftilur  Daily  SUi^c tneel-i  trains at Port Steele .Junction.  all  SADDLK & PACK HORSES-���  TEAMING OK ALL KINDS A SPECLAJLTY-  X  J.-R-I  ^X *4  IT1  J hi  I h  v'-1  IX,  If'.'  I  l-i'  I  .'���5  8 ,-  ri "i  |3,  i"  I  1  hi  if  *T     .  il  ;i I  !  TJJK  I'KOSI'KCTOi:,  J/.OI.T STKKU*:,   15.  ('.,   KKJJIll'AIIY :!.!,   1!)(-1.    ' W  '     I'-STABIjl-Ull-'I)     IM'.V  7\.. E$. 6race,  PUBL-ISHEK    AND    KDITOH.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� very Saturday, and has a gtiiiriiiitccJ  circulation larger than any other paper  In Kast liuol&na}'. It is'all home Printed  ��� ltd contains double the news of any  other paper in the district.  As an  advertising  niedii:iii  it  is 1111  ���xcclled.  (Jevoted to the upbuilding; of Fort Steeli', the  development of the vast iniiienil resources of  Ihe East Kootenay minim; district.  Subscriptions J 2.W) per jeai  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  district, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's .signature.  n.VMCux-M*: zw~nam*Kit^x.*J3Brixza*TSK7aiv-iucmirm* ji ��� juj . n oLtwag  THIQ PAPPP Is kept on tile at ihctulvcr-  I ni-J mrtn Usingagency of AhiMindei  JkCo., Suite P.. First National Hunk Hullding.  Spokane. Wash., where eonirneis can be made  for it.  Thic Pa nor is lcW "������ |lI<-' "i K- <-'���  iiio  rduer uakk-s aii vunisin��  Agency, to and ��s Meichant-. I*..\eh.i:u.'t', San  Francisco. California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it.  Thic   Pa nor* Is kept ou ilk* at tin  mib rauei Klm A Co NowsP.i  vetlsing   Agency.  Moutreal.   wheio contract  for advertising can be made for it.  the A. ilc-  pei    Ad  i ma i a 'ti   oiuh.im ,**  store, Spokane, tVii-Ii.  ;u    .1.    W.  t'i> s   hook  ��he $fx0&pect0i\  SATURDAY, KKJJKUAKY 2:}.   l'.lOl.  sion, or what is known as llie  Columbia and Kootenay Valley  Kaihvay, ������no |>urtion of said  line beinj-r hitiiated in Soulli l<jii.��,1  Kootenay.X a ��;niiit of lld.OOu  acres was secured. The company finding no Juntl in AVost  Koolenay to fill Llie bill, drew on  South East ICootenay for tlie entire ifrant.  :;-      >.      -X-  The IJ. 0. Southern secured   a  charter  l'or  a raihvay  east   ami  west   through   the district,   and  received a land  icr'ant of  :.'(),(X Hi  acres per 'mile,   the  road   bein��*  'about   150  miles  in   length, the  grant will amount to over 15.000,  000 acres, of which (iii.,000 acres  has  already   been   conveyed   to  the  company.    . Tho  entire dis.  trict of South fiasl   Kootonay. is  now   held   in   reserve   lo enable  the   IJ.    0.    Southern   to   select  therefrom oyer i'.Oi.o.Ooi) acres  *    -/.    ��  The followi.n"' table makes.''  very interesting reading to the'  people'of South East Kootenay:  bjq * -if �������� ���*���- "��* -^�� .v. At jt ��� .js. *t�� c*5  Headquarters   for*   Minting   and   Commercial   Men  The.  �����������  Conveniences  l"No  Enemies   to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. *'  -No  .OUTH   East  Kootenay   is  situated   in  the extreme  south east corner of the Province  of British Columbia: its area exceeds   7,000   square   miles;   its-  population numbers between six  and' seven   thousand,      It is  a  section of vast mineral resources  gold, silver,   lead, v copper,   iron j  and  coal are all found m large  quantities in the district.  *    ���*-,   *  It has  been, said   that  South  East Kootenay is largely a <min-  "jing country, andnnot an agricultural one���this is true,as   to  the  mineral resources of the district:  but  hot  true  as  regarding  the  agricultural    portion,'of   South  East Kootenay.   The best arable  land in the Kootenay valley  are  . gathered into  the maw  of cor-  ��� mora.nl companies, and is a  loss  ' to the people of the district, ai'id'  the Province at large.   "' -  "    .7 ���  o^ '*   ,*     *.  '"    It; would'seem tto a  casual   observer that the people of  South  East Kootenay during  the   past  20   years   were, entitled   to,,no  voice in matters of  vital   importance to the district, in  the giving  away of the choice  lands of  the district they   were  not  con-  , suited,   in0 fact  were   unable  fo  1  protecf.tliemselves  or  save  the  land for actual  settlers.     These  matters of so vital importance0to  the district at large  have   been  decided and settled lo the  satisfaction of those not interested inv  and entirely ignorant of the  existing conditions of the  district.  In fact South East Kootenay has  been made   a  dumping  ground,  for the many kind  grants given  to   railways   in  a'nd   out  of   the  district.  *    -*    k  The Port Steele Mining Divis  ion of South East Kootonay com  prises  an    area   of   more   than  7,000' square   iniles.   a    total    of  4.480,000 acres.    The best arable  land is situated in   the Kootenay  valley,   extending   from   the   in  teruational   boundary   north    in  Canal Flat the   northern   bound  arv of the district, a   distance ol  t3. <-'. Southern ivroivos. .  Koutciiii.v l.iind t'umimnj-  NVKon i-xU'ii-ioii    .   ,   .  Ai'Kl'.s.  .'I.OUO.OOU  ���ii 1,1 Mill  1 Hi,nno  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  ' Total  ���1'i'v-empuun.s l.-;0.0(X>,ai*iv--.  Prom the above tiguiv.S it   wi  be seen that South   Kast Kooti  nay   has   contributed    ��!,  acres of choice   land   as   runway  land grams. *  $e 3v        iv f  Admitting that the  people  of!  the district were not able to pro-'.1  tect their lands,   admitting  that I  it was wrong that 8.130.Of0 acre  should  have  been   ifiveu'  awuvi  without  our  consent,   and   that  we should  have  been   protected  by the   Provincial  government,  we are not in favor of, repudiating the   actions  of  the government,    because of one fact,   "the  people    of     British    Columbia,  through their representatives in  the   Legislature,   granted   these  subsidies to insure the construction of what was thought' would  be benefical to the countrv.*' ,    '  In conclusion we woukl say.  '''that if i.s necessary for.' the  active development of tlie Koote  nay valley that a raihvay should  be built north and south through  the valley, and in tho granting  of a charter for said railway, the,  people of South East Kootonay  should be reimbursed by a, cash  bonus, or subsidy to aid in its  construction, in return for the  land already given away.  Homo Wo:.-.- Drofitable-congonial-  oasy-on new Dian. Ba your own  vyorkmaster in your own home!  ���joudyu'irail.trcsso'i'.o';*.' ini anil ��.- ulll ��< ml Jim i .uiioii  Kra.    Pl.0H.L3 SV.MJIr-ATK ll^jil. (J, 1J0 VoilKsSt . lorolllu.  FURS  BOTTLED  l^oltled beer for, family use a specialty  1   . '���'''' si  OUTS1DR ORDERS Gl VRN STRrCT> PROMPT ATTENTION  '    ' ' i     "�� '  ���������'XX ���    '       ,',,-" A  .    .  SATISFACTION' GfUARA'NTEED* t^^SSo^  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  McBride Bro's.  -AND-  about li'ti mile*-  Thr* vallev ha*-  a varying width of from   two   to  twenty miles.  No land in this district can bij  pre-empted today, the whole en  tire district being held in reserve  to satisfy the hind grant to the  B. C. Southern Railway. ft is  well to know how these lands  has been disposed of. and to  whom.  The Kootenay Land Co. secured a grant of 80,000 acres,  for a ditch 'that was* conceived in  ignorance.and carried ont with  stupidity, and finally ��� proved a  total failure, but:-the Land Company secured i'0,0( id acres of the  best land in South East Kootenay   and   1(1,000  acres   iii North  Ea.sf Kootenay. a,  ���  . ���   i ��� ���  *    * .. *  For building the Nelson exten-:  HIDES  McMillan  FUR & WOOL CO.  Exporters and Importers.  200 to 208 First Ave. No.  MINNEAPOLIS, - -  MINN.  Shipments Solicited.  Write for Circular.  SPLENDID ACCOMAIO DATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  ��� ' No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ten feet of Ihe house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize'the  Waldorf you will never regret it.  FI.    A.. KANOUSB,    -      .-    Proprietor.  I the B. C. ASSAY I CHEMICAL" ��� "  %   ' *�����      -��s- ��� SUPPLY CO.  7:;:! i��ionm?.it STKMOhrr.  Vancouver,    13.    C      4jf 5  Ltd,  4s-  ' c . l  We are Manufacturers and direct. Importers, and carry a  large slock of Liu lances, l^urntices, h'ire Clay Coot Is, Scientific  and Practical liook*-.. (Jlasswaro, L'liiliniim (ioods, Acids,  Chemicals, and till other Assayers' and Miners,' reqnircinenls.  :l'.  P| SOLB AGENTS for iio.-gan Oi-ur.blo 0-jmyaiiy. Battorsea, Beck  ^' er's Sons' Balances. Bjana's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc. , ^  >, Catalogue and full particulars on application. 15  2i - . 15  '+LriJxrui>jiKrTj'uuirLrijTju'UT^  Shelf 1? Heavy Hardware    .  Stoves, Graniteware,  1  * rt  Tinware  Powder, Fuse; Caps  o  Paints and Oils.  Sheet metal work of all kinds  ���promptly' executed.  ... ,.    Jk  .-:-��� K-T <*.-�����,,-.-  ���' c-J-KSt'tSj,''  im  Port Steele  Meat Market  I^RESH   and.SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS  ON HAND.  ')  Ii  'iriR-ry-TriKTM vr./.R.  '.(��  .   24 Pa/es,   :   Weekly.: ..Illustrated..  [NDISi ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR,. POSTPAID.  HK.VII   1,'IIU HA.MIT,II <���(>!'V.  MINING-Scientific PRESS  310 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Price   ��  S15.00  includinu  .1 16 inch horn,  3 records  nnd  conceit sound box.  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  Erosli  llaliluil.   Salmon,  Salmon Ti'o'ut,  Butler and lOii'iis.     l^isli a.nd Ga.mc in Season.  Bologna Sausage,  Fort Steele  and  Kimberley.  The TnlkiiiR iiinchinc that talks���sinfts���plny.s cvt-rv iiistiuiiieiil���reproduces Sousn's  Hand ���Ncjji'" Mliisirels���Mlint: orclicslrns or chinch choirs.  'l'lie Ilt-rliiuM' (--rani-o-pliDitc is louder, cltn:cr. swectei and sini|>ler than any oilier  .TalkwiK^MiK-liiiic at any price���ill plays cake- walks, waltzes marches and operatic selections, il sinus (wot ilu and music) of nl ft lie popular songs of the dav as well as Coon songs,  patriotic and^ sacred selections���it tells. I'uiiny stories or repeats n prayer.  'l'lie Ilei liner O.rnm-o-phonc is made in,Canada, every instrument is sold with a five  year's wrilt.-n guarantee. '        ,  The records an- nolAvnx���they are hard, flat and indestructible. Will last io years.  Write lo us for Catalogue and record lists free.  FACTORY: 347-371 Aqueduct St., Montreal.    EMANUEL BLOUT, General Manager for Canada.  E. BERLINER, 2315 ST. CATHERINE STREET      -      -     MONTREAL.  , - :A:NDRE/Wv -.NFIDI-G'    I H1GHW ARDEN    &    SON.  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER '.'"';.,.  MOUSI'V���A.NIJ SIGN- I'AIN'I'IMd... .  (,'AI.CI MINI Nil and I'AI'I'U: lIANlilNG  PIONEER' BARBER SHOP  Evoryiliinii'Sl.rict.ly First, Glass.  i  X  .":\ .1  All   work  lii-qmprly" done. Next door to the Prospector. c��  |��|jii^  ^Bt��a^^i^^^j^^  Mining  XXX  tt X  WX;  lllll  ������X'XXXXX^y:  iBuliiiaiiiis  "XXXX  ���'. i^-V-rJ''--:-^''''1  'r,.;.'���?���,*���  "������'.'-   ���>';������'..-'���'.' *a;.'-'���������- ,.;,k.': ..- -.���;;'������' ;.'"'V,A.'-,.:.\-y-;'.. '..V'ii'.*���' ''  :Kc||tenaf|J  ���:*".fc.:  ^;  A|;rNaW^riS'slHEf,TIM  ���pf-etlie^yea^  I^or0 Steele aii^  Si! R  ���ROYAL  HOTEL  KTiMIJERLEY, B-JG;  . ;. rrii<? Finest' Liquors anil  '���"' Gio'in-a null .Best Kiu-tiislio.d  ���'. Room* in, Town.  .  ADVERTISE.  IN  THF  PROSPECTOR.  MONTROSE BICYCLEHniFREE  j.  I. ���*<;;VJES, a Pi op:  50   YEARS',  Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anvono soniltng a sketch and description mny  qulclily asceriain .our opinion free whether an  Invention Is 'li-olinlily putoiitithle. CimmHiiiicii-  (liiuHsi.rlctlyconllilentlid. 1 Iiiiidlii'o.; on Indents  Bent. 1'rco. Ol'lest nt'onoy fur securlutri'ittonl?.  l*.-il"n:s litken llirmik'li Muuii .V. Co. receive  Wcrln! nullcc, without ulim'tfo, in'thc  \m$m  ertcan..  K.{"  A li!nnltt*"n<'l.v iilnstvMcvl woouir, 1 ;irt.*n?l nir-  (iiiaLi'Mi of .'itty fti'ienttH(; .JonriuM. 'Iin-mis, $3 a  v*'-tr: tour mom ha, $1.  Hcitlbyull nn-.vs(icjilcr3.  MM & Ga.3GlBro!��,w^ New York  Branch Office, 125 P St.. Washington, D. 0.  CALGARY FLDUR  sXM-thebest; a'  ���������:%������'  Ai-s^AA'A;XXXXXX: A;;5;:.AiSi ':':X'X:'XXy',X:'X:vXXX>':^^X:-..--  'l::M''' X^���&VM!'**���''���''*������?.��� '���-MlOU^^A^U^OA^Y^A^O; 11jVS';j^:^^$;A;;; v;  . a$H Ai' 'AS S"- oTrti'jit'''i^Ai��ii:it"^  '4^-'S*^'r'i-'TiQM 'i'"  AAc;AAA;:A:&'v':YrtV.'*-:v-*-^  :*,'s;^a-��::-*a���''v-i'iiia amount oi^;Nk\\w;6^  ;A'.;-��A".;A:.*-A'r-,..,fc' --vA-'A: ArA,^,Yfc  y..;^v<,';;;;,-:>-;;t:v_?..5^j;fu^.iji.s*iM  :;*f"c!'^^^  '���'���'"i;Sv;  i^0:Asp^i&  'XXiXXX  ^��-:&fr&:=-&'f:i-:&&r-:&f:&:&t&frfre-:e-f:6-:&fi>:C-:f*&e-  :'\S'--', ���������'������V..- .���������*'.������������;��� .������..'���;���.   '��� ..A..'.;:; -'A, ���'���,���,.������.'���'���.'- A-v.A <f\ ,  ���'���$���;> VRi*i'-.>ud.*-u>'i^^ :' . 2>  All      ���.���������;";���'  -������      -       .������',.-'... .^'V>. ���:-������������'.���'���':������.������:������.���?!  Ai/VLiARGKU-'rilAN 'S0.\f..l3 "KMV1U13S, .AND, HAS A   H> .  ���.jJ-.-riAliCl*. 'KOKKlClNAJIKCUliX'l'lOX.   '"-.^L'''.'AA:'m;'  '����''.' ��� ./'':f-vA:\a, ��� ������-���:   -a.-.  '"���":'���':':'-:'X:'X.':y:J-���.'.:: .i^'..  j' Tlie-Paystreak .Of ;Ad's|ln; This Paper��Pps^P^  VAnd Never Pinchf)iOut{;^  '. Your'Interest. -:-:?yx ld ' '-'-'i:xy '':?.a. a        X^':I'i xxxix'������'-���;���������"���'��� ,;'."���*  JOB PRiNTiNG'.-pP ALL 'KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED. '  : a  ���i'x:x''Yy\X'[:y^i':: yX-^''---i'yX-xZ-''.ey":': ^X'^  ?S' iix a a^Sa'a a VI  A*A.  '��������������� **',  Aii A ���  OlL&'B <&  apjjrovalto^��raddress WiTHOUT A DENTIN ADVANCE.  SEND US YOUR ORDER, stato whether j-ou'wlsli lndv's or man's  wheel! Rive color, height oC Inline and gear wanted and WE WJI.I, SHU"  TIIK WIIEK1. CO.. 1). on apiii-oval, allowing you to uiiernte and ex-  iiiiuno it rully liefore you aci'opt it. If it Is not all and more than we  claim fur It, and a better wheel than ynu ciiii net for any where near the  _ price froia any one else, refuso it and wo will pay all express charces  ourselves. The:"MONTROSE" Bicycle ��fc4 �� cn  at our Special Ajtc-nfc's sample price of *�� Q-3U  is tho greatest liai-Kaui in k liicyule ever offered. We (-imraiiteolli enual  to any MO wheel 011 the market, and ymi need not'nei-i'pt it nor imvn'eeiit  IvXI'.1.-" "t 1|"1 ,t '���" wo represent.   ���We arc K.VCI.l'SI VK ItlO VOI.K  Sr.i: ���.;i.V.\V'A'l.;.lJ1K!tSn;,l'n'1 !i.'k'! ,,l,is ''"-'tl"1 "'- 'inlekly  lnti- cini,-  oiu- I'.MMI .UIIDEI-S. This ofler of a siimpli! wheel at this low' price is  .inailo to secure yKlDER AGENTin each town to represent us  and lake orders.   Our nnents make inom-y lust.      ���  ^PFfilFlnaTlnNQ I''raiMC, ffi. 21 orl'l'.ineh: Indies. SS.tin-li.-, Host  OrKyiriMHIIUilOi Slll-Ihysemiilesstill.ink-wll.h fnrtreil ci.iuiee-  tlons., HiDjh ^"inlj!. Improved expander device to fusion sent; post anil  no mile luir; Koynl Archcrnvvn; the celeln-iiled MiivIh tiiihsnnd luitiuer��� ���  tho enslont riliiiiliiK known; Keeortl "A" tires, tlie Ih-sI and one of (ho  iiiost expensive tlresontho imnkel. The KOmilllo #-l MexliiKer Ilyitii-iilc  saddle; iieilalu, tools and accessories the host ohlainnlile. Knainelcd in  liliick, iiuii-oon oi-eoneh Ki-eeii. highly finished and ornamented; special  .Ilnislu'd nlckeliup on all hrinlit pints. Wo thurouelilr test every pleco  or inaterlal that iroes Into this machine. | Our l.iiKllmr veiirVirua--  iintee ImiimI with oocli lil'.-vele. A "'���-���".  FRFF.tfflnn5'0,,0*t'm!,"l'"ln #1 <!.".<�� cash in full will: order we will  ��� '>��-l- send free a ijcnulne ISunlu-k lO.(KK) mile Imrrel iiuttern cvelo.  ineter; ora IukIi itrnde lloor puniji. Your inol'ev all hack if you are not  pei-rectlj-satislled. . ' .  HHFAP   WUFFi Qv Wc do not iminu'r��elui-o the ehenp dejiart-  ������������___   ,,     "���r    IllHtWi mciil.sloro kind of wheels, hiicIi as many new  onterns a id Wg nuiinly houses n.lvei-(.iVe'rind sell as hiirli irrinle.   We cnn rnriiish them,  .  .1    JV'    ,8''it;'.?;.2l'l'i'.T1-'1''' '*'���'"���'��������� 1.oeiS.r.0..'miiiilelc.   We do not icuarniileu nor reeomi  liienil them.     l!I'.l'H;i;  OIIIMCItlM' a hlcvclc of nnv one else, no miilter who or how   \  elieaji. write lis and let lis tell you liow much 'wo e,in save vou on llie Mime innehliii'.'  .'���.'.    UNfiRI F  it\   RIIV "-wlieel wo om assistyou'to KAIt.V A UKI.Y<:I.IC hydls-  kn ,ri, tnm, fo,. *,,,. ,��� ,r,'    ���    ,,-   , ��"t   ,U  PV ���   trilMltlnif eataloKiics forns a Icwd.i.vs.   We need one person  ."in ,?l ���.��� ^-iS-'i  'i-'i'IK,���0-, ^"'"'"CveralliimdredKKCOAn HAXIf WIIRKI.S taken in trade which we  S.U.. J^.1", .<V,f?,'fi.f.1?c'lclli "J?" "'." shoiiworii samples and '|I9 models very cheap.   Send for iianoln I.I.I.  ���n.'r ����"I-IAjaL11 �����  isuniniestloiic'.l.   We refer to any bniik or business house in Cliieairo. or any express or  taUioad eouipaliy.   ^o ��-llI send you letters of reference direct from the Jaruest banks in Chieaito It you wish It  SEND YOUR ORDER ^a^to^TO^^���^������s,--*������,^,���',���I '*-"���"���'"oCs","m<:��twilli0"tdep��3ltw���  CONTRACTORS  THE  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and  Stone  Work  GnaniDer of Mines  SOUTHERN BRITIST. COLUMBIA  (Kooteiiaijs and Yale)      ?,  I .Rl< K- and LIME For; Sale. i?'LA��jTI' Ul NO!  Pi-oiii].My. Done  '"fsapss  ���..rGivG tiaiiio ii-f this'paiHjr. __  CYCLE GOM^^HY, OMoagofim  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COFYR1CHTS and DESIGNS..  J Semi your business direct to IViisliinKton, i  saves time, eosts less, better serviee.  My office clono lo U. S. Patent Office. FEEE prcllmln-  ' iry exaniinn.tl?rfl mado. Atty'i fee not due until patent i  Is ��ecnrea FEU.-SOIIAI. ATTENTION OIVEN-19 VEAHS <  J ACTUAL EXI'F.aiEHCE. Book "How to obtain Patent��," J  I etc.. Bent irco. Patcntc procured through E. O. Slggere 5  �� receive spool al   notico,   without, charge,   tn : tho J  vNTIVE'' AGE!  :,thly���riovcELh year���tcnae, $1. a year. J  iE.:0.S!0eEIS,ltiB��H':  *^V%%\\VV%rV%iVVVVVVV%%\��iV��rVVVVVV\\��fl  ;   (t TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Do.-if-  ; noss and Noises in iho  Mead   by  Di'. 'Nicholson's'' A.rtiliciiil    l*3��ir  ; rh'im'is, ^;:i.viv^lO,p;>d.t<)   this   lii-  sliiiili!,   so. ilui.l, (lc:;i,I' people un-  ;ahl..' io pi'oi.-tn*.!, i!k>   Em-   Urtinis  iiia.y have l.liom   free.      Address  No. 1 I.".'1K     The  Nicholson   In  sl.i'tnlo,     7-SC.,'    Eitchlh   Aveniie,  New York, U.'S.. A.  (:  will   lie   imicl    for' their  The CMiainlior of' .Minns .want.s t.hor-  ouo-hly reliable (���onvsi'onileiil.K in every  Caini'i in llu;,(list.!lU:!.s of Kast, anil'WtiSt  ICooti*n:ty kqil A'alo to whom ruagoiiahlu  i-nni]��jiisal  services.  ('(U'l-espondents will be,expected to  furnish the Chamber of Mines with all  development'.'ffoiiitT on at .'the miiies,  the inslallation of tnacliinery,' ship-  ineiits of ore and value, and jyeiierully'  sui'h news as will littraet. the attention  of c;ij)il;ilist-s and cause them to inves-'���'���  tifi'aI.e. and invest.  A'pplieat.ions. to he iiddress d to the  (UTAMBKK OF MINES,  Southern British Columbia. A  (IGiotenays and Yale)  P; O. Box r>7.S. KOSSLAND. B. Q.


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