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Array ���p ^rmsU'OTig  ' JTruyt.-ij-Lr^j-irTririJirxnruTrij-LnjT^^  ; SUXl-atAI. I'llillnicriDN Oi-'  J' .KAST ICUO'I'ICNWY DIVISION  j IN 'iwn      $2,850,289  Si>ui!mi!riJTlrfti>iiuTJu-iJijT^^  i;t10rinttruTLjT��isisvtt  MJXiri.AI.   I'UOUfCTlOX   OF '?  l'1'JTI.-sH   COI.C.MISI.A   IN  1WI B  S20,713,50l g.  &isuiru ijruinjiiuinJTjijtnJirLrijiilrulli  Vol. 9.  BORT STBBBB, IB. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 7, 1903  New Advertisements To-aay.  McDeriiiofi Jt How iibss.  IllinoisCentral U It   Nutu'i!- t'low's Ni si I^urnlier Co  I'll Hi*   I  No  8.  I'rom Cranbrook Monday and  attended the entertainment at  the Opera House.  Personal.  G. Burgo, Pernio,   was' registered ati tho Imperial Thursday.  Jack  Thompson    came   down  from Perry creek Thursday.  ��� J. S. Hewetson, of "Windermere wa.s a visitor, at Sieele  Monday.  Chas Pinch, ,lhe Marysville  lumber man, was in Mown Monday.  Barri-stor   Moreiy, Cranbroolc,  wa.s in town Thursday.     ,    '  II. Pollard. Wardner, was registered al. Ihe Imperial 'Priday'.  i>  ���Andy Baxter, Fish   bake, was  ill-town Thursday.  "     .  o '   Charles Palmer.   Wiliner,   was  in town Thursday." '  George Arnold, rancher near  Port, Steele .1 miction, was in  town Sunday,,last. -    ,, -       ,  Herbert   Clark  brook Priday.  visited   Cran-  ., Ben Iluckle "returned  visit to Victoria Prida.v  I Late Telegraphic News |  ���"tfffiMuOO-ffiSB-iHr^  Niwrial io 'I'm: Pi!ospi:c;iuii  DIXNKR   FOU   .SKljUICTARV   HAY.  New York, ,lan. 17.���Secretary  nf State Hay came over I'rom  Washington t.oday lo atlend the  dinner lo be given in bis honor  this evening by t.he Ohio Society  of New York. The all'air takes  jilace at Ihe Waldorf-Asloria and  promise's to be a brillitint. event..  All t.he foreign ambassadors to  the United Stales have accepted  are among Ihe men of note who  have���accepted invitations to  speak'    ' . '  '       j  DIVJSIOX   FOI.   AO.MIKAI.  SANDS.  Washington. IT C., Jan.   \7>���  WILL COMPLETE SMELTER.  Sullivan'    Company   Arranging    to  iRaise $100,000.,,  Financial   arrangements     are  being'mado to   provide  ���"? 100. m H i J vice-regal .lodge   during  An interest ino change w��R made,  to carry'forward the building of  s*-!l.y *�� Dublin.  I'roiu   a j the invitation of ihe society, and  f'w.ill honor-the occasion by   their  B. P. Cooke came up from flu*  ranch Priday.-        ' ���<  fl. Donahbe. Wardner. wa,s  town Sunday.  in  ' Nelson ��� Hughes   was  Thursday. ,  in   I own  Bert. . Ward  came up from Ihe.  ranch Thursday'.  V.  "H.  Tuesday.  Baker   was   in   town  M.   A.   Benin  was  at the  Imperial Tuesday.  "    Harry Melton, Cranbroolc, was  al Port Steele ���.Wednesday.  Iv. Roborson,, Cranbroolc?   was  al. the Imperial Wednesday.,  East Kooteuay Stock.,  ,      '        ,',,' "Asked.,  Crow's' Most. (.'(.nl   11 til I.       i  North Star.'. .  J2  Sullivan. ���   <;  Si. I'liif-vni'    \       27  Silver-lead Quotations.  Mew York. .Ian.' la: - ���  Mar Silver .".'... ���*   .Mexican dollars   Lead .     ..     ';  (-'ojiper ;   Speliei".   ....-���  *.    !    ...'':....  London,  10  copper ,fc."i.'t  rr.  t2()!  Ian.  o.s   d  Hi.���Silver.   22  : load. .Cli 5s il:  - 473  ."17}  ���1 -lis.  2.25  4.75  - d:  ���pi'lt-  Gonstable  Morris. Cranbroolc,  was in town Tuesday. ,  Colonel   Henderson     was    in  town on business Monday.  .    D. Bale was at  Cranbroolc  on  .business Monday.  '  Ceo.,    Harg raves,  ���was in town Sunday.  Gas  Theis   came  Perry .creek Sunday.  M. Shilling was in  dav.    '  Wardner,  over   from  town   Snu-  A. L. MeDormott, . Cranbrook,  was at'the Imperial Sunday.  Eniil Banks came  down  Perry, creek Sunday.  I rom  Fj.   .1.   Cann   came up from his  Kootenay river ranch Monday.  McAllister   Robinson    visited  Bull River Thursday.  V.     Bannister,     Little     Bull  River, was in town Thursday.  Government Agent Armstrong  visited Pernio on official business  Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Thos Slarbird.  Windermere, were, at the Imperial Thursday. q  ��* . Market Conditions.  Lead unchanged',at-I i cents.  London market' shows a. decline in copper.  Spelter unchanged in London,  advanced 1") points at New York  Mining- Notes.     '    ' *���  The past year' has witnessed  more permanent, development  and has produced more, goo'd- results in Southeast, Kootenay I ban  any previous season.  - Much .of the ,gold found; 'in  gravels of Wild ' I lorso crock is  'coarse.  Pncouraging news of devolop-  ment comes from Wild Horse  creek, if is said on good authority that a. stamp mill will bo  erected and in operation during  the coming summer.  Development work is proceeding rapidly at the -North Star-  mine. , ,  Next spring, will see the resumption of active mining operations on the Tiger Poorma.ii  which is situated on the north  fork of Wild Horse creek.    -  The average shipments of the  Rossland mines is about 1,000  tons per/lay.  presence as Avill also many  prominent stale officials' and  other represe'ntai ive "7ift.ze1f.--ro}  the state of phio.    ���  N'KW  AIHTUOD   OF   TJiAVKL.'���>  - Paris, dan.,17.���Much .interest  attachesto the experiment to be  made   tomorrow of the new system   of   railway    traveling    by  automobile. "Arrangements have  been    made     for    a    train'     of  three automobile    carriages   to  leave   the ..Hotel   do   Villo   tomorrow morning for Dijon    The  train will travel sixty two* miles  an   hour.      The' carriages,   will  take   forty,passengers' each, as  well as luggage, and a   lavatory  and bar will be provided.   Under  the  system   employed    a   small  quantity of  petroleum   converts  a small amount of water into the  greatest      possible     propelling-  power, the'steam acting directly  on  tho  wheels. -    Thus locomotives are  superseded , audi each  carriage  is .independent..     Tho  ^ **       *-     .       , .   /  promoters of the .venture 'believe that, a'-spood of more than  sixty miles an hour can be maintained" for the (Whole distance  from Paris to Nice."     ' '.",  MONIUMKNT  TO' VON   ICKTTMU-'lt.''.  Pekin, Jan. 17.���The monument to Baron von Kettolor, the  German minister who was killed  in Pekin shortly after the outbreak of the Boxer troubles, will  be dedicated tomorrow, Chinese  and German official.-, participating in the ceremonies.  ���-The-monument is a white  marbel arch spanning the principal business street at ,thp spot,  where Baron ' von" Kotfelcr was  assassi na ted.  in the   Navy   Department  today  by which   Rear  Admiral   James  H.   Sands,   commandant   of  the  Philadelphia Naval Station   iind  th'e.   League   Island  Navy Yard,  is- placed   in   command ol a new  division   of   the, Norlh   Atlantic  squadron-for coast defense purposes.      Tho bat He-ship Texas is  to.be   the   flagship  of Rear Admiral     Sands    and     the , other  vessels    'of * (he    coast-defense  division will be monilofs, torpedo  boats and-toi-p'odo-1 ��� oat���\ 1 esf r7rp  erf^.     The  Jlecf   is to bo known  as the third division of the North  Atlantic  squadron  and   will organize i'or use in case of need  -ire to visit troubled and troublesome Ireland after Easter.  Their majesties will "receive-a  warm welcome, and stop   at  the  their  C.P.R.   EARNS   MILLIONS. . *  the Sullivan smelter at Marys  ville. B. C, and to provide it  with working capital. Tlie work  of reconstructing the plant will  begin   early   in   ihe  spring  and  - o It*  should    be    finished     in   three  months.  Seualor George Turner, who i>  heavily   interested   in  ihe Sullivan Group Mining company, has  taken the matter, up since going  oast,,and has been in conference  with the Toledo men   who  have  "&eciri5Jn3lriIig~tJ^  wits  first, estimated   that about  $.".0,000 ,  should     be' raised,  .oi  which   $-10,OOt)' would    need   be  spent in construction.    Jt is now  planned   to  raise   $100,000 'ami  give a working capital of $f>0,0(JO  Premier May Retire.  The Montreal correspondent  of the World states,in positive  terms ihal Sir Wilfrid Laurier  will retire from public life immediately on the advice-of his,  physicians.  Will Build Hotel.  N. Hanson i.s  making  preparations  to  build   a  hotel   at  the  now' coal   lown   on    Morrissey  creelc. -    The,, hoxoi(J_wlien_com-.���  ,pletcd will be one of the largest  and most up-to-date hotels in the  district. Lumber for its construction is -now being shipped'  from Wasa.  Most _ Prosperous Year   in   Canada's   Thet  money    will    probably    be  Railroad-History.        ' raised     on'    the     security' 'of  II."is announced .that ihe   three | mortgage  bonds   issued   by   the  great railway systems of Canada company.' The plant has a nominal capacity of 100 ions; but its  actual capacity is expected lo be  nearer 1.".0 tons a day. (.Jonsl ruction .pnj't was started over a'  year ago. but there have been' a  series of difficulties and delays  ever since'.  'ft is expected that Spokane  stockholders, including Senator  Turner. Major .J. M. Armstrong,  L. F. Williams, F. L>. Sanders  and .).' C. Williams, will, take  hal'f of the bond^issue.���Spokes-"  man Review  the'Canadian Pacific. Grand  Trunk aiid Intercolonial���earned  during the year * \QQ-2"\ he enormous" sum' of $7."'i.(i7ri,ft4".'. the  largest earnings" by far in the  history of Canada's railroads.  This amount was distributed as  follows: Canadian Pacific #59.-  f>H4.000, increase over last year,  ��!">.521,000: Grand, Trunk. $30,-  0.'1C).47!1, increase over last year,  $l,nSi'.419;     Tntercolonia  $0,-  AKMY  OFFIOHlt   ItlCTIKEK.  J. A. Harvey returned Wednesday from a visit, to the North  Star mine.  Prank Williams returned I'rom  a visit fo Tracy   creelc   Wodnes-  Barristers Thompson  Gilrd were at. Steele on  business Tuesday.  and  lcnal  A. R. Couzons, telegraph op-  orator at Port Steele .Junction  was in town Wednesday.  Canadian Coal. ��  If is expected thai congress  will abolish the duty on Canadian  eoal entering the.United States.  A director of the Dominion  Coal Company, in an interview,  declares that, he i.s opposed lo  any change in the Canadian  tariff.  The Future.  The future of Southeast   Kootenay lies in the fullest, dovelop-  ,Washington, D.*C, .Ian. Id.���  After a long and honorable service, Lieut.-Col. L. G. Hennissee  fith Cavalry. U. S. A., was  placed on the retired list today  by operation of the ago limit.  Lieut.-Col. Hennissee is tho first  of a long list, of army officers to  be roiired this year, amoiiii" tho  more prominent .of those ' to  follow being Gen. M. I. Luding-  tou, quartermaster general:  Major General G. VV. Davis and  Lieutenant General Nelson *A.  Miles.  TO   IIONOIt  ATTOKNICY <! KS K\l.\ L.  Pittsburg.     Pa.,     Jan,      Hi.���  'News Notes.  *     ��� .  The King of' Saxony is not expected ;lo be able.to" survive his  present.illness. The elopmen'f  ol Princess Louise, his daughter  ii^'hiw. infected , him to" such a  .degree that- ho has' been in a  dangerous condition ever since.,  If i.s expected that congress  will pass a bill removing the  duty of ()7 cents per ton on coal  imported into the United States.  The radians of British Columbia who depend on game and fur  had a favorable season and made  $i'0:iv401.  i  President      Castro's     request  that the powers raise Ihe blockade of the coast of Venezuela is  still under,discussion.  Serious fighting is reported  outside of F<y/.. The Moorish  government is unable to maintain order.  Trail mining men are very indignant, and pass strong resolutions condemni'ii" Smith Curtis  and his pamphlet on silver-lead  industry.  Vice-admiral lord Charles  Berosford. of the English navy,  arrived at, New York .Ian. Ifl.  The mines of the Crow's  Nest  [     Securing Mining- Properties.  Mining-deals of considerable  magnitude havojittely bccnBconsummated iu which eastern Canadian capital havo secured several free-gold quart/. "* propositions on Wild Horse creelc.  A well, known mining .man is  authority for the statement that  another deal is pending for a  group of three.claims near Fort  Steele.  Another deal is pending' I'or  the, bonding of two groups, of  claims situated on ;V tributary of,  the St. Mary's river.  Thus it will be seen that new  enterprises aro now being entered into by eastern capital, which  indicates confidence in tho gold  mines of this district.  r        Evidences of Prosperity.  The    several     mining    deals  which   have  been   made in Fort  Steele    during    ihe    past -two  months,   together, with   the extensive   preparations   for placer-  mi ning  which   is  now going on  at Wild Horse creek;   the  rapid  development of mining property  in. I he   vicinity o of  Perry creek  are evidence   that   the,  coming  summer   will ' witness .a  .busy  season in Southeast Kootenay.'  ''In addition to the mining in-  dustry (he^ recent contracts  which have been 'let along the  Kootenay and St. .Mary's rivers  to'cut logs for the big milbwhich  is- now- under construction at-  Wardner is now "being fclf^in a  marked degree by 1 he merchants '  of Fort Steele, and' other towns'  of the, district. .        . r ,  The future never looked so  bright'as at, the present time,  and with Ihe construction of the  Kootenay Central tho chances  are very much in favor of a substantial and material growth  next summer. ' Willi all tho  great natural resources which  are tributary to Port Steele this  is the only logical outcome of  the situation. '  Pass  aro   now   producing   2000  Mr. and Mrs. P. .1. Dickenson.  Cranbrook, were registered at,  the Imperial Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie, Cranbrook, were al the Imperial  Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kit on returned from,aii extended visit, lq  Pincher creelc.; Saturday la.sf.  incut of the mineral resources j Attorney (Jeneral and Mrs. Knox  of tho. district., also the ugricul- \ arrived from Washington last  tural, cattle raising and lumber [evening and during the re-  industries. With the e.vploita- inainder of the week will be the.  tion of the silver-lead, copper, [guests of Mr. Henry C. Prick,  gold and placer mines. Ibe im- '  inenso   coal   fields  in the Crow's  A ,.large-'party ���' op Stoelit.cs  visited tlie'-. Pisli 'L.-tlcc: ranch  .Saturday.,,  ..,-.-   . '  Thos Cralia.li, t.he Morrissey  t.fiwnsite man, was in town Wednesday, 'f!  It L T. Gnlli.rai.th. Indian  agfjuif. left Thur.sda.y on'a.i).official  visit, In t,li<; .West.' Koolenay re-,  servo.  J.    W.   Robinson   came   over  Xosl Pass operated to their fullest extent:, the construction of  the Kootenay Central Riiilway,  the .establishment, of loejt.l .smellers and refineriosT7 tlie. Port  Steele,mining division will -lake'  rank as a, mineral region of 'vast  importance.  Kootenay Central  Survey.  The recent'preliminary explo-.  ration of the route of the Koote-  nay    Central    railway    indicates  thai, a, grade of less'than one half  nf one percent can   b  from Elko to Gulden.  ��bl  Lined  This evening the Attorney General will be Ihe guest ol honor  at a dinner given by Mr. Prick  arid:tomorrow Mrs. Knox will be  giveii a luncheon by their host.  TO   HANQUKT-.KII4    l-'ltKOIOKIUK.  Toronto, Out:, .'Jan. I ii.*���The  Anglo-Saxon, Union, a, local organization, has completed 'arrangements I'or the banquet., ui  be given tonight in honor of Sir  Prederick .Borden', who was the  first honorary member elected..  President ochiir'uian   of  Cornell' refused'  tons of coal daily  The Reciprocity League interviewed the Hon. Clifford Sif-  lon with the object of obtaining  belter trade relations hoi ween  Canada and, the United Slates.  Groat  Rritain and Germany   is  si ill    persistently     refusing     to  raise the Venezuelan blockade  Political Matters.  Premier Prior intimates thai,  llu' election in Wesi Yale would  be'brought" on in the ordinary  course, lale in I'Y'bruary-or.oarly  'in'March. The session will be  tl clayed till tlie <!iid! o I'M ;|,rcb.  The application' for a' writ of  mandamus in the '\V.osl, Yale  election nuttier was adjourned  until Priday .Ian.   Kith.  .fudge .Laugher has resigned  because. .Sir Wilfrid Laurier   bus  Improvement in Mining.  A prominent mining man who  hasjust returned from an eastern visit thinks lhat the coming  year will see a great improvement in the mining industry of  the district.  The great gold producing district of Southeast Kootenay is  proving true to its former history, and there is unusual activity in placer mining,  It may be set down as settled  Ihal the year MlO.J will show a  large increase in mineral development, with active operations  resumed among the big silver-  lead mines, records in shipments  will bo broken before the year  clones.  Transportation Notes.  Nolhing of the American liner  Rob Roy Group.  .James Nelson. Prank Williams  nnd Enoch .Johnson aro making  extensive preparations for working the Rob Roy group of mines  which are situated in Tsadore  canyon. ,  The property consists of the  Rob Roy and Copper Belt Fraction, the quartz carries, copper  and gold. Supplies left Fort  Sieele iof,, the mine Friday,'  work will commence Monday.  ,,  Wants Reciprocity.  The Toronto Globe  advocates  reciprocity in coal between Canada   and   the  United  States,   in  view of the famine in hard coal.  Canadian Bank at Spokane.  A rumor ha-, been afloat for  several day.-, that one of the  large Canadian banks intend lo  open a branch at Spokane.  If  Make a Concession,  is  staled   thai the smelter.--.  St. Louis, which is four  over due lia.s been received  midnight .Ian. I,"i. .-���'...'  ; The Grand Trunk will  entrance   into   New   York-  days  pp to  . have  over  the,  Pennsylvania  U  Diversify and .).' (,  M'ilb  iirn-of   made   ovei  Buffalo,   who   was   president   ol  the 'Pan-American    Exposition,  keep    hi.s     promise  a,  year  ago that, he  should  transferred  M  Irom  ont real, lo Quebec.  tht!   lines   ol  .system". '.'������������.  Tlie St. .John bourd of trade  passed resolutions which favored  the extension of the I iilercolon-  ial railway from Montreal acre's*  the continent,.  ,  Will Visit Ireland. .  If lias practically .been decided  that     the     King     and ���   Queen  now operating in British Columbia have agreed to increase the  zinc limil irom eight to ten per  con I. This will have the ell'ecl  of.giving a number of | he mines  $1 per'Ion more for their pre  Will Bound A Ion p. j,  Pi very thing seems io 'indicate  that, this liiiich favored .district.  Past Ivooteiiay, is on the.' threshold of a hew. era. With (he.  opening ofsp.ririg the new order  of things will have fairly begun,  and by mid-siimmer, 'unless all  signs fail, the Port ..Steele mining  district will be bounding along  with a rapidity of progress such  as the district has  never  uusly experienced before.  previ- TliF Pl.OSPP.GTOR    FORT STKKLR,  B.  C,  JANUARY
UO'.'j.
A. E5. 6race,
PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.
THE PROSPECTOR, is publish....!
every -satuidnv, ."id l'->s a guaranteed
circulation Liiftci ih.m .in> otlici pnpei
in Lust Kootcnaj. It is .ill home Printed
and contains double the news of tui\
other papei in the Jisinct.
Vs  an  .njvciti-.ui1;   niedn:iii  it   is mi
excelled
Devoted to the upbuilding ol Toil Steele,
tlie
of
levelopment of the vast inmeiu.1   lesource*.
«he East Kootenaj mining district
Subscriptions, •       S2 00 per year
Advertising rates made known on application.
Contributions are solicited from all parts, of the
district, but all matter intended for publication
must have the writer s signature
SCtye jltQgpgJCior.
•SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1903
IT is unfortunate that it is
necessary for the si Ivor-lead
miners of Kootenay to have to
call upon the Dominion and Provincial governments for assistance in promoting the silver-lead
industry ol British Columbia.
i>-    «•    f-
It is manilest, however, that
some stringent means of protection should be accorded this
growing industry Such action
„-J s _— n o_t/__w i t ho ti t,___]j r ec eden t _in_
Canada, appropriations, subsidies, and bonus, have been given
towards the establishment and
protection of the iron industry,
and if it is proper to grant assistance in the. one case, it would
seem proper and just to give relief in the other case, by placing
rr—rannn iwii'i
I THe Cook's
I Best Friend
j is
u$ovi*il
Bovril is invaluable in the kitchen
as ,by its aid rich'nourishing soups
and   tasty   gravies   can be prepared
in a few moments.     It also adds flavor
and strength to stews, hashes, ragouts
and every other dish for which it i.s,em-
ployed.    No cook who aims at culin-
'ary successes, at a small cost and at
a short notice, can do without
BOVRIL
a   tariff
Canada.
on   lead   coming    into I
During   the   year "which   has
just closed the St  Eugene mine,
one   of   the   largest   silver-lead
mines on the American continent
and the Sullivan with  over 400,-
000 tons of lead ore in sight, also
' 11,000   tons   on  the dump, have
- been closed down.
i    i    >
* These two ' properties under
normal condition employed 400
to 500 men which'meant a large
payroll, troni which every town
in Southeast Kootenay- derived
benefit.
A radical change in the
present taritl would tend to in
crease the price of lead, would
place the big silver-lead mines
in active operation, would encourage the pulling in of smelting plants in the Kootenay valley
and the establishment of other
industries connected with tho
inaiiufactiiro ol lead products.
* ¥ \
The knowledge that mines are
heing sought for in this district
by eastern Canadian capital has
put, new life into mining,'and as
soon as the season will permit,
a large amount, ot development
work will be commenced, which
will in many instances result in
placing a aumher ot new properties on the shipping list
The question of higher freight
rates complicates the situation
regarding the silver-lead industry of the Kootena}-.
■r      -I*       **
Following such a marvelous
record in silver lead mining a-,
that ot PJOl. and the condition
of the lead market, it was not to
be expected that Southeast
Kootenay in VM)'2 would excel in
lead mining
1    NOTICE.
NOI'k'l.   is   hoiohj   given  thin ililm  bivs
.Iflel dill* Ml- the UHitei signed intend til apply
lu tin.* Vs-isutu I'.inmilssloiii't- i'i Liunls Hint
Wolksioi the Hlsiilei of Kast Kootenai and
llu Chiot Commis-nonei or Lands niul W.u'k-*
foi licenses to prospect foi conl on tin- following descubod liiuls situ'ite on the ninth side >.
iltel'i.ttli'yd^u^
the Piiiohtii creek trail'and about lm* milw
eiist oi ihe oast boundaii line oi ihe Canadian Pacini railuai giant, in the southeast
po'iion oi E»»t Kootonaj, ltritish Culiuiibiti
1.   ComnuMiein*-; at -i post about-ixie-ji* nidi's
eastoi the lown ot Mouissei, being  ihe noith
e.w corner post adjacent to tho south «"-t coiner  po-t   of  Petei I. Leiemlers chum, ihence
north Ml chains, tlience »o*i >0 ehmns   ihenee
. suiith   SO  chami>.   iheuc-e   ca-i Sljliim- to the
j plate of oegiuiin-s. coiiuiinine uw i.eies
1 Dtitcd thi-yrti dsi of Decern bet   1'*-^
' i OLE L   HOFF   Loeatot
A. HACKKTT Agenl
I Commencing at a post at>v>iic,sivteen miles
east ot the town of Morii»-e> bung the -uiiih
ut'st corner post adjacent to the south ea-tcoi-
ucr ol William Boeihcntfr claim tlK'iicc -oiuh
soclnun- thence c-<tsi -u i-niins thoice noilli
k0clisiii~ ihcui'e .K.»tcU chains .oil,.* place oi
beginning loniaming tH'i.icrc-
I   K   MeAIUNLY'Loeitoi
A   HACKLTT   Agent
I    Commencing .u » |n'-i about sivte n miles
t,|si en the town ol Moinssei    being tin*  siiiilh
i\i**l corner po-i udj.ticnl to the north we-t ecu
nci ol Z. !•" .vlt'Aiincjs claim,  thentc  noi tli Ml
chains, thence west  S! chains   thence south mi
chains  thence msi mi dump, t<> ihe place ol beginning, ciiiil.uning i>40 noil's. ,
William Lioothcher. Loc.itoi.
A. Haekctt. Agent. ^
4. Commencing al a post about sixteen miles
cast nf tin* ww n of Morrissej, being the north
east cornei adjacent I0(.rhe south uesi corner
ot William bchlick - claim tlieni e south «i>
lIuiIiis, thciibC uestSO chains ihence ninthSli
chains ihuicc east BO chains to the place fu lie-
Kinniiii,', I'i'iiiainiiiK IWOaciCs
Joseph i: Stephens, Locntoi
1 A   Hacktti Agent
0    Coiiiineneiiit' al .1 post about-11 miles east
ol Ihe loMii oi \loi rissev I.eiiiK  the  *.tmth   onsi
eoinei   post   oi   Mui)  A  Miihcis i limn  ihenc.
south B0 chimin  ihcncc west so chains,   ihence
inn ill SO eluuns,  thence  ensi Hi chains  in tin
place oi hcfriiininfr coiitaiiiiiiBtWO acies
(ieoifre Christian Koie  Locatoi
A   Iliickelt. Agent
i>    Cdiiiiiiciii nit; a..i posi hi nulls ensi ui  the
lo«n ot MoriIssej being tho south  east  ciiinei
post ailJacent to ihe south west  ooinii   post in
I-. l'Votii. cluim, tlienci noi ih M0 chains, them e
weal HO chains, thence soutli  HO chains,  thence
easlbOclialiirt io   the  place  ot   boifliiiiiii-;  lon-
lalningiMOaeies =-*=-=?
I*.  II Campbell  Locator
. A   llackett, Ajjent
T Commencing al a post about 10 miles easi
or the town ot Moirlssc), being ibe south »e*-t
eoinei post adjacent lo the south, east loinei
post ol K II Campbells cluim, ihence noith 80
chains ihence east 80 chains, thence riouth Rd
chain-., ihence Host BU chuinsto ihe place ot beginning, ccutalnine 040 acies
1, P l'otis Loentor
A. Ilacketi, Agent
S Comineiiclng at a post about 19 miles cast
of the lo\wi ot Moi-ilhsev. being the south east
coiner adjacent to the north east cornei oi C C
Demp-eys cluim, thence noi th 8u ehalm, tlienci
west 80 chains, thoncu bouth 80 chuiiis, thence
ca-t So chain*, io the place oi beginning (onialn
in*-' i»4,' acres
CIiki. S  Clme. Locntoi
NOTICE.
•J'aki ,N.n ii i, tli il 1 ml. ml in ai pi*. I inn
il.i.\s h inn llu h,]l hci.'ol lo llie flin-f Commission! i ol L ni'ls mil Woi i*s lm .i spci Ml In i nsi
'.. ( nt.ind . .u i\ .iv. i\ n.nl.11 fiom tin lollon-
ing- d( si i ih. .1 ii.iit of land l\uig in Oionp I
liasi ImiuIi ii,u disiii. i and .lest iiln*(l ,i*
lollo.-s
C'oiiiin, in Mi„ a* ii post pluilid al Hi. noith
« est i oi in i nf Lot "il". niniiiiig tin in ( noith
iloiigllii . isl liiiin in t 'I i\t|.ii s Tinibc'i Le is«'
1 .0 (-li.inis iliinit ( ast 10 c limns moii oi less
to IViiiic 'Ltunhfi Cos laud llieiue soulli
lion/ saifl Iunl ill eiiains tlieni'c easl i!,'H„'
s.nd ImiicI HIiIi.iiiis inoie oi lesi lo Dupoul s
pie-i niplioii llu me soulli in clinius In
Miiigaiispii iinption llieiue west lid chums
mou oi less lo west limit ol .Maiiguu's pn -
eiupticiii iheiiic soulh along »est limit 01 Mau-
t-an s pic-i'mptinn i'u ehuili. uioi' ,,i luss io Lot
-,4".5, Un n. e Hist ,'d i hnins iiioiu 01 less to jjl.ii c
ul bcgiiiiiiin; s,.iiil tiin.1 in lontiiln stv hundii .1
,1 ml loi l\ iu ics iiu.iu ui 1. ss
linli ,1 tins ITtli il.is ol Mom-iuIi. i    l(*0'
Is r U   H tllKOH'S
MISLI.'AL A(  P   isiiil
1'oum  I'
11 Manns i Iniin theiice noilli su cii i,us llu ne.
iu *l scl 011111114 Ihence south sil (|rnns ilnui.i
i* ist s(l ehalus lo lIn'pi ie. ol lii,*'ituiii|., i on-
1 i.iiiii*.' rtlO nt'ic*.
11   I)   llii I.s,  | ,„ a I oi
A   Ilin ken    Vim
L
I.S l'ol)ini».|U'liii< al a po-l nlioiil I, miles ensi
ol the t.i\Mt ol Mi)iits-.*\ |j, iu„ tin s,,|iili casl
(,iiinet post adjiict nt U> Ihe  liuitli    n.*i,u'inu
During seven months, ot 19-i-j
the exports of the Crow's N'e-si
Coal Company showed a -.plendid
increase
*    *    *■
An    impoit.int   feature   is  tin-
great increase in the   production
Of   lumber   in . S.ontf:iea.st Koote
nay.     ■   . ' '.:'.
A  llackett, Agent
-])t^ror~\v--|'. -iimviiv-emiin—iiu'ricc' nniiu s.,
iliiiius tin nee « est sn< lnuus ihiuce south sn
i liains thence ensi Mlx'litfiiis lo 'the place oi beginning couiiiinlu,' DID acies
5 William liuimlioo, Locntoi
A   lluckeit. Agent
It,, I'c'iiimeni uig at i post ahum -1 miles .* i-a
ol tin. town oi Monissov hci'ig the noith east
( OUK-1 posL a.lj,n.enl lo llie soiuli i asl cm nei
ci c.coige t' ttosi ^ ilium, ihenei noillibu
. mui* tlicmi west Ml chi ills tlun.'i soiuli so
chains thence elisi ,sfl chains io the place ol be
ginning coniaimng tilO act es '*
Mum    \   Mallei, Locntoi.
'A   Ilacketi, Agent
Uaied this thud (1.1 v oi lleeeinliei, I tit) 2 '.0
^n- jgr- "Wood's Phoepliodine,
The Great English Remedy.
Sold and recommended by all
druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.' Six
       'packages guaranteed to cure  all
forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abuse
or excess. Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt
of price, one package SI, six, $5. One willlilea^e,
six wM cure. Pamphlets free to any address.
The Wood Company, Windsor, Ont.
Sold bv -\. W. lile.istlell. Druouist.
NOTICE.
XOTICl" ishciob\ given that an appln ntion
will be m.iiic io ihe Legislatuie of Hiitish Co
lumbia at us ne\l Session loi an Act to mcoi
poi.ile the iKootenav, Canboo and I'.uitii
Rail..iiy Coinpam ' to constmct unci opeitue a
lineol K.nlu.i\ loi the carrMiig or Height anil
passengers Coinmem ing at ,i poinr on the
C.inaJmn I'ncihc KiiiUmiv at oi iic.u ihe Town
ol llolclcn in the l'inwnceot linlisli Coluinbin
thence Xoi th-W( stoi 1\ following ihe comse ol
the Columbia niul On line Klvcis to a point at oi
ileal 'reio .laune Cache lliem e Noilh-Westi ih
following the i oui s( ol Un I-'i i"i'i 1<i\J"j 1,^ a
point at ui ne.u Cliscniiie Couigc, ilicin i
Westei 1\ lollini ing llie ionise ol ihe Nech.uo
and s-Uecna Itivcis oi In llu most coiiiciuent
loute to lido wuti l nt oi neai I'oi t Simp*.ini,
with nnlinn IH to i oust i net a blanch line lo the
Town ot llnkei . ilie, anil olliei blanch liiu-s not
evceeclliiij ilfi\ miles i ai h in length Also io
eonnei t with nn 1 eiit"i mio mi'iiing iiiinnge-
ments with it ii \ oihei lt.u!wa\s situate ueiu
said pioposecl Knilwii\ oi an\ pan thcicol lo
loeeive lioin iui\ Ooiui nmciil peison oi boilv
corpoiale giants ol land, iiiunm oi oibei
assctshi aid of ennsii uelion ol sind uudi'ilil-
ing, with power lo (oiisiiui I nnd opeinti', tele,
guiph and telephone lines foi the piuposeof its
business ami loi the public .mil with powoi to
own. Use and opeinti w.uci poweis convenient
to the load loi then inihwic amlollici pin post's
with powei to own and ope i ale si cm in ships and
shipping and build and eiecl the nei essin \
wh.mes an J with such ollu i poweis and ]>n\ i-
luges as aie iisiinlh gniii lo U.nlw i\ C.un-
panies
On led at I'Vul Sieele tins luth da^ ol Oelobei
mi
41 IIAHVKY ^ iMcCAl\"l'nK,
•solli hois loi Applii ants.
1 I.U I II ll'\ I I    (il    IMI'lliHIMtM'H
NOTICE.
''p.'ilo' .tii<1 ■•Ixiiyslouc t'l'iiclldii"' Min-
i-i ,il t'ltiinis
Siliialt in llie Km I s,ii , h Mining nh isiiiu in
Lust Ivoiiieiim Insiiu i
\\ hen'ioi.iti.l Al ihe lieinl .,| Hull llnu
niul tt ll,| llolsi eieek
'Pnl.e ll.*lli i llliil I Julius \ llni\ev, I'' M I'
.No It iitioo' ai ling lm m\si.lf ami tisiigenl loi
'I'lionms   -siailmil,   nil1    No 14171 '    and
II. 111 \ I- Colleii   |.-ui  Mini i s  (Vi lilli'iilu   No
lli.O.'J". iiilnn.l sKl\ da\'s fiom tliu dale
ben nf, in nppl. IO the Mining lfceoi del loi u
< ciiilleuii ui liiii.m iiieufA, foi Ihe |,ni|)0*e ol
obtaining u c'iiivmi elnuii ol the above ■ laiuis
Viul tuilliii lake noliie ihnt ni lion, uuiii'i
•seiUu.!_,)?, iniisl Ji,' i oninieuc'ecnieUMe Ihe issijk
TTmT'iif sin I i'i ci I illi'iileoM nipTo'i eiiiei7ls    "
I).ill,I ilii~. hlli d,i\ ol Oi I.ihil   Kill'
In <■ .1   A   11 Alt V10 V
MlNI'.ltAL At-r,  1 Si»i)
(l''0UM  1-' I
c hi i il loi 11: in   iMi'iiovi vih.s i s
NOTICE.
"1'i ospci-toi s 111 c.ini'. "Old  Alio"   .mil
"lion D'or" Minciiil C'liimis.
sjituaie in the Ton Steele Alining lu\ ision ol
Fast ICooten.n Uistiitt
Wheic lOintdl —On U'i'uel Cieek ,
Take notice Unit I .lames \ llni\i\ I" M0
No H 4.III0H iiciing as agent loi John U Oiecn
I'' 11 I' No liiiOJW J Shaw Fiiikei, t'lIC
No II Wi.ua , Joseph II Laidlaw I'MC No
M4I"il'--, Oi.inge s Kn//ell !•' M V No
IJI.ii.'rii iunl hied I* Nuibiiiv Kieo Minci's
Ceitilie.iio No n Hli.s urn ii.l si\t\ da\s
li'ini the dull heicol lo np|.l\ to llu Mining
IfCioidei loi a ( ei liliciite ol Imp] oceinents loi
the pjuposc ol nlii,lining a (jiow n liuiiil m llie
n bu\ c claims
And liutliei Hike  noliie Hint  in lion    uuilei
scclion .17  nuisilie com in cured beioie ilie issuance ol sin I^Ccililicatc ol linpifaemenls
OnU'il lliu -llli il i\ of Oi inhei    I'rtiJ
4.- .1   A   IIAKVIiY
NOTICE.
Notice is hen bj given that llimy da\s ,ifn r
date we. llie uiuii isigu. d uiliiid to .ipplv lo
the assistant Commission! i of Lands ,\m.\
Woiks foi llie Disinct of Last Koou-n,i\ anil
lo tlie Chief C'oininissionei of Lands ami
Wot ks foi licenses to piospicl feu Coal on lb*
fcillowiiiK desiiibid binds situate on Un Klal-
lie id ll'iu about Inm miles -cnilli of tin
Pun bei (.'i i ek 'I'i u] anil about eighteen mil. s
casl ol tin town oi Moiiiss<\ nnd iliuiiisiv
miles nisi oi llu (nsi lioui (Iniv Imeol tin C.in-
.nil in l'aulle 1,'iiilu iv giant iu the Soulli Last
poillon ol I'.ast Kooleii.iN I'lsuiil llntisli
(.'oliimlii.i
XI (.'ommeiu nig at a post ahiiut eightei n
mill s east of llie tonu of Moiussic being tin
In 11 In 1 post of JI li Davis's claim being the
*,uulh wi*^,i , oiiiet .idjai onl to the ».»uih cubl
(oiui i oi J°L Vi.iiiiilng s claim tlic-noe* dchij
ehalus uoiUi ihenei eighty chains i nsi ilniiei
eights ehunislsouih ibence eight\ elialn* w.si
to ilio pluce of bi ginning, conialnliig mil acies
li Hi it this Hi,nl dav ol Ijuembii   I'm'
L It H \\ IS Liieuioi
\ lliukcii Vgeiil
A".' C'ouuui ueiiig at :i post being the noilli
«( si couiei of .Vi K Millei "s elniin, ailjiu i lit lo
llie south wesi eoinei ol i: It llnwss i Inlni
tlience soulli eighlv ehuins tin lie e < ast eight i
chains llieiici noilli eigluc i hams llu lie. ucsl
ilghtv ehalus lo llie place oi liigiuniiig eou-
liilnlug iillliicies
M    K   ,MI I.I.IOK   Loiatoi
' A   Hacked   Agenl
XI t'omuii'iicliig ai ti posl being the noilli
(list i,oi tic i aiijai ent tortile soul hi wi st toini'i
ol I'. II Uiims's elniin. theme south eighlv
ehalus thence' nest eighty chains theiu'e iiniih
clgliU iliu'.us thence eust'i Iglitv e hams to Un
pine e ul beginning, conluiuiug I! 10 .le ics
'     A    I.   DAVIS   I oi atoi
A   lliiekclt  Agent
, XI    Comineui'ing at a post being tin   smith
east eoinui adjnet-iii to llie south  west  conui
ol   11.   li    Uiims s elaini, tl'i'in e   noith   eiglnv
Chains, llielUc west i.igiiLy"chanis^iiieni Csoiibii
eiglitv ehniiis, ihence east eighty chains to Un
plaecof beginning louiaining i,Hl ai u*s.
,1   L   MANNINl,   Luc-mil
A   I I.u l.ell   Agenl
X"i    ('omnii in mg il  a post being the ninth
west eoinei   situated about sixteen miles casl
f*.
1,1 u.
il I" giiuiing
HAIsLV,
I oil    IllUIlg I.ill iu lis
IN'DI.H-UN    I.oe.lliil
A   Hacked   Agenl
VIS'     ('oiiiini 11 tut'  ,11    i   posl  al.oiil   U"in\
si\ iiul. s soulli i as| i.t   tm   town  of   Moiiissic
nil.I alioiit two mil. s simlli ot tin  llulliil pos| of
Jsnln || i  \ii.|e j sun s . 1 uui In ing ih,  si in Ih i is I
loimi   ol   thiules  .Mil/* (laimlhinii   uoiUi
ii„iuv   .liiiiiis    llnu,.    w(s|     ,ij|i  v     .lnuus
die in i  sum li ( ._*hl\ ( h mis   iIhiiii  .n-i   iiglilc
ll.urns ii, pi,ii .. nt  |ii_iiiiiiiv     Coin, uuing liu
,u us '
I'll MILLS ML'IV. Loi.iIoi
A line l.i II \j em
V.'il l i.mini in ing il n post In in,. Hie south
i.isliuiuii ii,j ici nl to ih. soulli i nst conn i
nil I.ail.s Mi 1/ s i I,,u,i ilieni cj noilli i ighl ,
i linliis then, e east . ight\ .lui.us tlicine soutii
eijliiv ' linnis ilicnic west eighij clituns lo the
phueol lj, g'tiruii)'  ciiiitainniR i.JU acies
WILLIAM .WDLKSliV" Loialor
V   Hmi kc-tl, Agenl
XJ1     f'ouiiiic-iii 'iigiat a j.osi biingtlie noilli
■UlsI . oinci. .Inn c-ntiio IlK.souili east. oinci .,1
lluillis    Met/ s   ililm    llu li. e    son t lj     elgliu"
iliultis   tlieuit ensi i if,hi\ . h-uiis  IheiKi-noilli
MIXLUAL AC'l-
I'oiivi  K
IWlli
i EU I ll l< V fh Ot   IMPIIllV 1 vi j. s Is
NOTICE.
TIk;
anil
NOTlCi3.
The,
.valley
soil   of  j
is, capalili
; <<raiir, veyeUitiles, and
almost every   varifty,
siriall.       VVIh-ii   llie
realize    thai    there
sources ol' wealth thiiii
he     Kootenay
of prot'lucinjcr
fruits   of
lar<(f!   and
leople fully
.-ire    other
the   pro
precious niul   use.-
'more, people will
duel.ion of the
fill   minerals,
en^atre in n^rir-uIt urn I pursuits.,
'i ConimencitKf al a post about 10 miles east
oi ihu town ol .Monlisi'>, being tlie south wesi
cornei'post tiilJHCfiil to the noith wc-t eoinei
posl ol J K Me'Arliicy s elalin ihonci* noilli
-*0chinii> IheiKi easi Ho chain*., thence south
vj chain*, ihcncc wesi HO chains to ihepliueoi
beginning < oninlniug 1140 acies
, William Schllck, Locntoi
A. llaekeit Agent
10 Commencing nl n post about 2D mile- eahi
)f the town ol Moriissoy, being llie  noi th wesi
comer adjacent to llu* north west eoi nei post
or .M II McOowniw claim, tlience south til
chains theme east So chains thoiiee noith sn
.Iialii-. thence w.-si su e'lialns lo llie jilae e nl
beginning < ontiilnliig 04<) atue-i
II   I'  Mitchell, Locatoi
A. llackett. Agent
11 ( oiiimenciug nia post abolu tfu miles east
of tin- low n of Morrissej , being tho nm Ih ciisb
.oi n. i j»ii*"i ailjiu*. nt to the noith west i oi noi
po.si oi ii. I-'. MIicIh-IIh cutim, . ilienice miiuii wi
chains thence, went WI chains, tlience north MM
chaiiift, tliurii'i' i'ii*it, WI chains lo place of l.egin-
nli'ig I'liiitalnlng ivgj iieri'S.
M. H. Mctlowaii. Locator.
•A. llii(:kcli;AKeiil. ' ,
' l™. (.-.ii/iineiiciiig'iii, a post, aboil t IH inilcH e-nsl
(.f the town of Moirlsiiey..being llie south ivcm.
corner po.sii'ii'l'jiicciii lo the south ensi conieri.f
A. f) Hliks i-lnlui, llieiice iKii'lh Wlchiiliis Ihence
eai.1 WI elialn*., theiiee m.nth Mil eliiiln*i, them,,,
west fi clinliis t... I'.hice of begliinliHr, roiii.uln-
liil/ r.io iicn-s, '■.•'.'
.      .1. M, Itlrles. Luniiiir.
, '•"-.,. A. Iliieketi, Agenl.
NOTlf'H is heiebv given Unit an application
will he made lo llie I'm liamenl ol Canada al its
iiov.1 Session  loi   an  Act  lo   meoipoiati    the
"ICooieniiy Caiiboo anil 1'acillc   It ill vvnv   t'oui-
punv ' to eonsiiiicl nnd opeiaie a line of  Kii'l-
\vn\ loi the tiuiciug ol lieight and passengois
Coinmeneing at a point on the Cauadl'in l'nelllc
Uailway ut or neai the'l'own ol  Oolden   lu  the
1'iovliico of 111 lush Coluirbia, thencu Noith-
Wesloi l> lollowing the touise of ihe Columbln
and Canoe   Itiveis  to a point at oi nein Tete
Jiiutio Cache ihence Noiih-Wesicih   tolloiMiig
the couiso ol the Kinsei Itnei ton point   it oi
neai Cllsooine i'oitage, thence Westui lj lollou-
ing ihe  couise of the   Nechnco  and   Skeena
Itlycisoi by the most convenient ionto to tide
wuteiatui ne'ai I'oi t Simpson, « llli  authoiltv
to   (imstiucl   a   blanch   line   to llie  'l'own ol
Hal'en Ilio, and othei blanch lines not exceeding lifts miles inch In length      Also lo connect
wi tli and ouiei into i mining ai langeineuts w itb
any othei Hiiilwass .Itiiale near said  pioposed
lt.illu.iv oi .un  ji.it t  iheicni    to  iceeivc  fiom
mi*.   Covci inneiil    peison  oi   boilv    coipoiati
giants ol land, inonei en othei assets in  aid  ol
consii iictlou ol said   mull Milking    iiltli   powei
to eoiisLi net and  opi inle    telcgiapli   and  le le-
f.lliuic linos lor ell.: inn J....S.- ul  .us I'iisij.^.s^   ...>>!
for the public, and wij.li.power to,own, use nnd
operate wiucr powers c.oiiV(;nlem. lo.t.lie. roail
for llieir rnilwiiy nnd oilier purposes Willi
power to own anil operat'.c. si.eiimshlps nnd
shipping and liiiild iunl erect, the necessary
wharves nnd with such oilier powers, and
privileges ns lire usually'given lo Kiillwa.v
('om|ianie..s.
Diitediil I.'oi-i Steele ihis.liilh day.ol' Oeioliei
iiio'ii'.. ■  .;    ■.','..'    ,       fJ
•III' '....'    IIAKVii'V .-.■   MeCAIt'l'LK,
■. Sullehors I'm-A'piilleiinl.s.'
\reii.i',   "Arijn.i   KrarlKiii
••Hi.iiicl.tiMV-\linci nl L'l.iiins.
Situate, ui the I "oil Steele VI in ing Dn i*imi ot
Last Kootenai Distne I
Wheie loenteil   -On I lie we si bunk oijhc casl
lot's oi Wild Huise i leek ,
Tuki iniin e lli.il J J A llaiii'i FieeMinei s
CoitilHate No ' It U'.iou agenl loi Ale\ Poison
1'iee Minei s ceiinlentc No li ilUSI -1 liobeit
Poison li-iee Minei s ('eitilleate No U flil*l*-
Chesiei r While l.'iec Minei s Cei lilu ale No
' II iiOJrr Ueoige L nails l^iee Mmoi's Cei-
nlieale No Uliirlll James l>" Aunsiiong
Adiinnisliatoi of the I'.stnte ol John c! McMillan, Fiee Minei s (Jei lilicale No li B0.«lfl' ,
Neil Coonej I.'.ee Minei s f'ei till, ate* No
• H tijfllli" . Kioilcili k L Llincuiloil i:\ciuloi
ol Ihe Kstaie ol J luuvea Lluieniloil Kiee
Minei s Cetiillinle No II *7'7I mil lilt*
Noith Still Mining Coitipan.i Liuuied Fiec
Minei s Ccu ulii ale No ' II I IWi ' inleud si\ti
d lis finin ihe dale heieof to nppl.i lo tlie Mining Ken oi del loi n Cei lilicale ol linpiiiieinenl**
loi the pin pose ot obiaiiuiig I'low ii tiiants ol
the aboie t laiuis
And Un tlic*t lal.e nonce tlniL action, innlei
Section 17 must he eoiiiineneed beioie the issii-
aiii c ol sin b Oeilifli aleol Impioii in en Is
Dated I his ill li <i.i> ot Oelobei, 11X13
10 J   A   IIAIcVlOY
MINKUAL ACT.
(l'-DKVI   1.* )
l KuriKK'll'K OI' IMI'ltllVLMIINrS
NOTICE.
Maple Lic'iil  l|,i'iictii)ii.il  Mini'i'iil Claim.
Siumic in the l-'oi t Steele Mining Division ol
South Kasl IvooU'iuii ,
Wheie locaieil -On lliii'lelebci 11 Mountain
adjoining Ihe Neiiih Sun Muting Ceiinpuni's
piopei iv
'i'aku notiei tli.il I.J L I'.u l.ei, I'tee Willi i s
Ceilillc.ile II ll-.,-l(, as Agent lot the' .VolHi
Still Mining Compiini Limited Kicc MlneCs
Cot tillinle. II 11 "illli intend slvty diivs fiom tlie
date hcieol lo apply to the .Mining ltecoielei
foi a Ceilliicnie nl linpioK*iuents, loi Un: piu-
[K)se ol olitnitniig ,t (,'toHit c; in ut ol the aboie
clii mi
And liutliei like uoiitcih.il action, undei
sitiion 17 must lm commenced hemic the issii
a in I sin h Ci iillleate nl liupioiomonts
.1   L   l'AltlvKK. Ag'ilt
Unte.l Oi loin i .'Stli, Illli.' II
ol llie ton n in'Mou lssev lieingllie inituil post
ol .Mite Kaliei s elalin thinie soulli eiglili
chains them u cast cightych.mis thence noilli
eight! chums thei ce west eight 1 chains to the1
place ol beginning, coin,lining 1140 ai its
"     ALIOK l**\ril-.Y   Loenoi
1       ' A   llai kel I   Agent
Xii Comuiencing.it i post In nig the umili
eiisli oiuor, nelj.ici ut io llu inn ih in si eoinei
ol Mail' Kiln \ s ela nil,'them e soulli i ighu
i ll mis, thence wesi . igbli chains tlieni o mil lb
e lghl\ i linliis llieueiM ilsli iglill i ll.lllls If, tli.
place ol beginning, conlaniiug oil) iciis .
NOK" V I'Villi V 1 uiatoi
\ llackdl flee til
\7 eoiumentiug itj.i post heing ihe noilli
casKoinei iiiljaccui to tin south e 1st ceu uei ol
\V111 intii lxuiiilioc s claim llu nee south eu.hU
chains tlienci in sicighu cli mis ilieiice noilli
eighti elm ins, Un mo cast eight! chains to the
plate ol beginning coin.lining ii4(i ,u ics
M v i KNCL1SII Locatoi
A llackett Agent
, X8 f'onimeni ing.it n post about I \ioiiii-ti\o
miles last oi the ton n Ol .Mouissei being the
noilh nest eoi nei tidjaccnl to the south nest
eoinei ot William llacke'li s e l.uin, tlieni e cast
eighti chains tlienci • south eiglili chains,
thence west eiglili e luu ns thence no'i Hi i iglitv
chuiiis to the pi lei nl beginning com unuig'i.lO
aeies s* *:
t MARION  1'OWLLL   Loeatoi
V Hacketl Agent
(. X'J Coinin. ncingai a post about menl.i two
miles east ot the town of MouKsey being the
initial post of Chinles'sAustin"s chum'.' them o
noithoightv chains thence nest eighty, chains
Ihence south eight! chains lhoiKc east olghty
( ha ills to plan of beginning com lining (.10
acies
CIIVltLLS   VIJSTIN   Loeatoi
V Ilaeki tt, Agenl
XIO    Couiineiicing al a posl being ibe* soiiili
nest eoinei adjacent to the south east count
oi Chin Ics Austin s < hum th' nee noi 111 cigluv
chains, thence east eigbtv chains theiK e south
eight! chains, tlieiue wesi eiglili chains, (o the
plnce ol hi ginning lout.iiningtHii acies
1) K MeOOV M.I) Loi nun
A llackill Agenl
XII Coinmeiicing al a post ibout ivieiuv
loin miles casl nl the ion noi Mouissei , bomr
the initial post f'liilslena \ndei sou's claim
Ihence noith eighty chains thence west eight!
chains tlieiKc* south eiglili I bams Ilieni eeasl
eight! eluiius lo pl.ne ol beginning loulnin-
uig Ii4l) nei us
ClimSTHNA   ANUMIISON   Lucatoi
A   Hacked   Agent
XI.'    Conniii'ini ing it a post being the south
west cot noi adjacent to Ibe soulli casl cot net ot
Clulslena     Andcison s    claim     llieiue    ninth
eiglili chains tlience east eighty chains, Uiein e
south right! chains, them e uesi eighly chains
lo place ol begiuiiing i on till in tig 4110 in i es
MAHKL ANDKl'SON. I.niiiloi
s) A   lliiekell    \genl
XII C'oninu'iieing at a posl being the- noith
west couii'i adjiu cut to llie soulh uesi eoinei
oi Clulsieiui Andeisou s rl inn llieiue south
eiglili i hams llieuee'e 1st eiglili ili.nus tliiiui
not ilt'clghty chains ilience nest eight! i hams
to llie phu e ol I'jginiiltig continuing hill ,u it s
tlltACi: SHAW    Lm a I oi
A   lliiekell, Agent
cigluv . hauls   Un in e'wesl ( ighli i iinnis to llie
plan-ul beginning  . ilnlniuuigjliujnt les
C INI' VOL LOl.'AV, Loi aim
A llai l.i II, Vgeiil
*v'J.> Cimiiiieui nig al a post being I lie not Ih
i.ist e ot nei idjiiiM nt.io the soulh ensi hiiiiu
ol Cliniles Mot/s e l.iiin the in. south cigluv
i ha ins. the tu'e wcsleigluj i lm ins llieiue noi Hi
i igluv linnis, theiiii east eighu i linnis lo llu
pliu " ol I', ginning i out.lining r.Ill ai ies
i{i:m:cc v looav. i um   '
A llu. Ik II, Agent
X."> I'oinmem nig at a pi,si .ihoiil twcni!
Join mile s soulh casl ol ihe town ol Moiitssi-v
aiiilaboiil luo null s w..s| ol tin iiuli.il post of
I) iisey A in lei sous s i la un being the noith .icsl
eoi ini ih.'iKo south eighti chains tlienci e.isi
right! ili.uns, llu nee noilh iighly chains
llli me nest eighty i h.mis to ihe pl.ueol III-
giiiuuig  iiiulainuig lilt) ai les    '
—.-!--—— T!|fi\I \s-i.;  i.'o^'ri'iv-r.jM,, iu,l.____
\ llm kett Agenl
XJI , C'nmmeiK ing a I a post about iwenli
miles soiilli^cMsi ni'thf iuu ii'oi iMomssei and
about luu mile s south ol iliu.iiiiu.il post* ol I.
II Duiiss i I n * in iiilj.iieni lo the soulh casl
un noi ol (.Mui les s Cluii's s;.el lim lieiug the
noi Ih east i oi net ilieni e sotiih eight! chains,
them e westeighli chains tlieni ('[nouh eighty
ell mis Ihi'ini east i ighti cluiuis io Hie pl.K e
ol beginning containing till) ne ics
CIlAltLLs C DLMI'.sl.'V Locatoi
A llai Ui It Agenl
X.'v Couiincneingai a posl about oghiei n
niiles soiuli casl ol the town ol Moinssev
ailiaccnl lo the south east i>uiuii. ol A I!
Hnkess . 1,um being the noith uesi loinei
tin me south i ighu (hams theme east iiglity
( hulls llieiue noilh . iglui eiiains theme west
eiglili e hams io ihe place ol bijinnuig, i oti-
iiuinng bill in ti s
W   11   M VNX  Loi aim
A llacuell, Agenl.
XHi Coiinneui ing tl a po.t heing llu noilli
ease cornei adjacent to llu south east eoinei oi
\ ll llu ki s s i Iniin llieiue soulh (ighu eh uns
llieiin wesi . ighti chains tliom c noilh i inluv
ilniiiis i!u nit c ist eighti chains lo ihe pliue
ol begin iu ng ioiii iinuig iilllae ies
W  l!   OOODNLU   Localoi
A   U.tckell, Agei I.
i:i. f'(i:iiiiii'li..|liif al n.p.
of the'town of Morrlsiey I.
cornei'   post   adjacent  to
«l nli.ml. 17 mi les, -nsi
•Ing, Hie soulli west
be south east corner
Southeast, Kootenay i.s a, . mi.n-
iny disinct in which gold, silver
lead1 uritl copper are found in
paying" quantities.
of William lioiuilK.i's clnim ilience norlli HO
cbalriH,, Ibence f.nst WI ch.iins, ihence sf.ntli Mil
ehairiN, tlienci'. west Hli eiiains to the place uf lic-
glnnlng c.iiitaiiilng ot" iier.'s.
Sterling Miitthews.  I.nciitor.
// A. Iliieketi, Agent..
Il4. Commencing at a post, nholit 18 inileseast
of the town of Morrissey being the south i-iim
comer .adjacent lo the north wen corner of W,
NOTICE.
Nu'iii'i;: The Itrllish i'nluinblii Seuillieiii
Itiillway ('oiii|,:iny will applyi.o llie l'ii,|.||iiiiieiil
of r'liniid.i nl lis ilex I .session for Hie passing of
nn act extending Ihe lime foi' coiiniionccinciit
niul loinplelion of llie railway which wiisiui-
lliorlze.l by I lie Ael of I'liiliniiieiil or t 'iiiiiulii,
rt-'-iw VI. lorin. e:liupier.'..".. m eoiisjruct'. nciiiiiie
nil.I npel'llle belweell II |iolllt on its I'llilliuy III
Hie neighborhood "f l''"rl Steele and u polnl ut.
or nen r (lol.leii oi( Hie e'.'u iiikI lu ti I'acillc riillii'ny
liy Order Of The Hoard:
1 II. CAMI'IIKLL OSWAl.li. Seeretiiry.
Moulreal,  Kllli Nov. 1UJ1. 4.
Vonr iil.l.niititiii is (-tilled to. Un.
.'•I'ui'mikm- l.iuiil.iHl" trains of tin.' "Mil-
iviiiiU'ce.'. k St I'nnl I tniliviiy." '"I'lic only
liuffccl. trains in tins wtirltl."
N'ouivill Iind it, (lesirnblc. to. riilc on
l.liosu ti'iiins ivlmn ofiiiig' to any point in
tin.! lOtistfirii SL'itcis or ('aiiiida. Tliuy
coniii'iM, with, all Ti'aiise'ontiiiiMital
'.ri'itins .ami nil 'Picket. Agents soil
|.ii'l<i.:t.s. .
• . h'or rurthor infoi'ination, painpliluts,
r.li:, ask any.'.rieK-i't, Aoijntor
I!.   \j.   l'X)kl>, .11.  S,   HOWE,
I'ass. Aoejiil., tjcnorul .Ajjent
XI4 Comineiii'iug al a post being the noilh
east cm uei udjaicnl to the south easl ioi net ol
ClulslciiM Auileisoii s i In llli ilieni i soulh
eight! chuiiis. llieiue uesi eighti' ehniiis
thence inn Hi eight! i luilns tin ncc i list ejighu
chains lo tin* phu c ol begiuiiing loulamliig niu
acies
llUH'Ulll   ANHHItSON   Loi ami
A   Hae kelt  Agent
XI'. I'oiniiieui nig nl a posl iihiiui twenii
lou i miles si mill i ast ol the ton n of Mm iissi \
and about two miles soulh ol the initial posl ol
Kdwaid Vudeisnii s elaini In ing llu soulh i list
eoinei nf lsiihella Vudeisousi l.ilm them o not Hi
(Ighl! chains Ihenei west light! ili.iiiis
ll.oiu e. soulh eighty 'bain .. iln.iice cist i'lglii.1
chains lo plni'o of liegliinlng, eonlalniiig lilu
acrus.' .,,,
, ,    ,',      ISAHI'H.LA  ANHI'lUSON,  Locator.
'.; A. llnekett, Agiinl..
XIII. l.'iiiniiii'iieing al ii posl being Ihe siuilli
wust ciirnei. adjiic.ls'il lei the south eiisl coi'iier
of Isabella Anderson's cluim., liienre norlli
cli; ,.ly eliiiliis! llieiiee east eighty chains.,. I !i 'i,..-.
son Iii .Ighl.i chains, ihence west eighly elniin-
Id llie pliiee. of begiuiiing. eoiilaiiiiug ini.
acres.
k" ATI IK I. INK  .W'DKItSON.'Liiiiiil.or.
., A. Iliic.leell, Ageiil..
XH. (''ouiineiieiiig nl n posl lieiug Ihe liurlli
'wesi coi'iier ndjiii.eiil lo Ibe soulli nasi corner
(if Isiibella Aiideisou's claim Ibeui'i' soulli
Highly ehniiis. Ilienee eiisl edglil.y eiiains, I.belli'.i
iiorlh eighty'chains, llu,nee wesi eiglil..!' chiiins
lo the pi in'e of begin ul ng, con till ui tig tllll acres.
. , M. !•), lUjSSHI.I,. I,oca I or.'
A.', lliiekell. Agent.
XIH. Coiiiiiienelngiit.il posl, being the norlli
east, coriier adjacent to the south eiisl, curlier,of
Isabella Anderson's elalin I hciic.o soulh eiglnv
chains, thence west eighty chains. Ilience tuirili
SPOKANE. . PORTLAND.,[ eighty chains, theiice cast eighty chains to the
fl—^*s-
XiT C'oiiuueiicing at a po^L about iwentv,
miles soulh e.isi eil ihe tenin ot Moinssev ad-
liiienl to ihe soulh west loinei ol Maiy A
Mahei s iliini ilienco noith eigiit\ chanis,
thence uesi e i'lily i hams ilience south e ightv
chiins theme east eight! chains lo the plan*
of begin mug, eouiinnuig ttiti aeies
lOHN ONI'JIL   Locntoi
"A lluckeit Agenl .
XJs ('oinineiiinig at a post aboiu iwejui'
lluee miles soulli east ol ili<*J.,,".v'fl i-I'V/iHivsrev
and iibout\wo miles south of the ini'u.tf post of
C. C Dempsev s elaim iJcriiigTtheuTfiial post ol
Timolliv I'"1..lie.!'s claim Ihence south eiglili
chains thence nest eighty chains thence nbTnf
eighti eiiains, Ihence east .ighly chains lo the
pliiee ol In giiming i ontaniiitg dlU ai ies
TIMOTHY IWlIIOY Localoi
A II.ii kett \aeni
x:n t'onnneiieiit_r it a posl heing the noith
west . oi net adiai uu m the initial post ol I nu-
othj |, iliei s elaini thence soulli eiglili chains
Hi .in i east eight! chains tin nee noi Hi eighty
chiins llu nee wi si i iglui i hams lo the plnie
ol hcgiiuiuir.  colli,lining 1,10 ,i k-.,
MAI.'Y  I'Alli;! , jt     Loi aim
\   ll.iikelt   Agenl
X HI     t iiniiiu ni nig al a post being the soulfp
uesi ioi iu i  uljiicem lo the initial post ol Tiii-
othi r.ibei s claim Un iu c inn th eight! cli.n-i-
ihoni e i ast eight! (iiaius  tin nee soulh  eight!
chains  Iheiu c wi si eight i c liains In   the place
ol lK'giiiinu„  i onl lining mil   icios
TIIOll \s  h' \II10Y    Localoi
'A llackill Af.ent
XII Conuneiieitig at a |iost about twenti llie
miles soulh i asl ot (In tminol Moiiissi'i and
ibout two miles east ol ihe initial post of
Tiuiiilliv l''.ihi'! s claim being the initial posl
of Mitlui Hi igstii.ni s el um tlience south
eiglili chains Ihenei! wist eiglili (liains,
llu nee not Hi i ighl! i Ini t us llienieeast light!
i ham's to llu place ol hi ..uinlm. continuing
UUI ai ies
MAI-TIN HI'.l.dSTI'OM, Lex .ilin.
A   Hackeli, Agenl
XH    i.'oniuieii('Uig nl a ]iosi lieing  ihe noilh,
west i ot nei .idpii i ill In the  noith  easl   eoinei
ol    Miiuii   lleigstiiuiis   el,mil    lliem c     sou I li
eighly e lnuus  Ilieni const eighlv i h.iliis  llieiue
not ih elglni chains  iheiu e uesi eighlv e ha in s
to ihe place ul Iicginmug i oul lining mil nines
I'I I'll IN' A   I'ATh-IOK. Locntoi
"ill \   llai ki II, Agenl
llnti .1 this ililid d ii ol Hi ii mliei    \   11 . ['lie
NOTICE.
NOTICI". is heiebi given 111 cT nil davs nfier
dlile I Inlelid lo nppli In llie Chid f'omiiiis-
sionei ol Lands ami Win Ics u I Vleloiiafin
pel mission in piuiliase the lolliiiiing lauds
sllu.ilid iu Soulli K.isl   ICooleiiiiy
Cotiimeiie litg.il a post pl.inli d al   Ihe  soulh
Laslioineiol   C     I'     Lund s   piuihise   neat
Watdiiei.H C    Ilieni, soulh -0 chains   llien.e
easl IU chains in ii i oi li ss In ihe wc'sl baiikot
llu   Knoli mil I'lict   IheiKi  up Hie slid ICoole
mil Unci lo ihe soulh lineol .I  y.  lliniiplueis
liiirclinso. or Seiuib   Wardner,. liienee.'ivesl. 40!
elinins more, or le.sslo Ibe plnce of beginning...
'.   '   '■ .      .   ■".'       '.l-'ltKlj^BINMOiVK.'' ,'.
Hilled November filh, lli(«,.  ,.   . -Ill
MINIOUAI.  A('I'r
(  1,'OKiM .1''.')
1811(1.
OKKTI l.'IOA'TM  HI.'   IMI'KOVIOMI'IN'I'S: '
NOTICE,
i.INHKIII1,   IIKACIOUItililH.:   AND   KKOIN'A
AIINIillAL  CI.AIMS.
SI l.i i n ie, lu the  p'ori, Sl.eidii  Mining Division
of Hasl. K'ooliiiiny  Hlsl.i'iei,.
Where local,, il: On the west lirnneli of the S|„
Mary's river.', •
Take Notice Hull, I Siiiniiel, Lovuli, l.'ree
Millet's Ceriilicale No. ."lirdliriC."". on behalf of
myself nnd as ligenl, for .Iconic 10. Spui.hlliig.
Kree Miner's Ccrilllrnli-. No "ICIS.W". Ocorge,.
Alan Kirk. l.'.iVl.C No. : •-.lliMl'.!;.'!", (Jsciir -IL
lliinllii. I.'.M.C. No. -.Iir.lis^l" .-iliei .losepli. II.
Wright, l.'ree Miners Cerl.iilciite No, '1 KKCliii.t--.
Inl.eiiil. slkl.y days from dale hereof, lo apply lo
the Mining Keeorde.r lorn Ccrt.illc-iii; of jin-
provciiieiiis. for the. purpose of obtaining a
Crown < 1 rnin of the above claims.
Anil further Hi ho, notice .that, action, under
section :t*'. inusl be ciimnii'iiceil liel'ore the issuance of such Ccrtlllciile of Improvements.
Dated thisis-lHh day of October,-Wi.        4J
IP THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, Ii. C. .iASl'ARY  i;  -isio;-  C?Dh�� tyxo&pectot  SATU11DAY. .UNIWIIY   17.  IH0-"l.  immense  Samples of Choice Grain.  liy   instruct ions   ol'   the   Hon.  Minister of Agriculture*   another  distribution   will   be   made   this  season   of siimples   of   t lie   most  productive     sorts ' of   <i"r:iiu    to  ..Canadian   farmers    for   t,hc   improvement of seed.     The  stock  for  distribution   i.s  of   the very  best and has been secured by the  ,   Director    of   the   Experimental  Farms from tlie excellent  crojis  recently   had    in    the  Canadian  North-west.       The   distribution  this    Spring-     will     consist,   of  samples  of  oats. bpriii��" wheat,  barley. Indian corn and potatoes  , The  quantities  of   oats,   wheat  and   barley  to he sent this year  will   be   suflicioiit,   'o   sow  one  t,wt*nliel,h   of   an    acre.        The  samples "of     Indian   corn   and  potatoes  will   weigh  ,.J   lbs.    as  heretofore.      Every farmer may  apply,   but, .only one sample can  be sent, lo each   applicant, Jience  if an individual receives a, sample  ___oC_o:i t'S-sh(?-_Qn niio t^a lKQ_re.'e_i,ve_  one of wheat; barley or potatoes,  and applications- for  more  than  ono  sample  for one   household  cannot be entertained.'      These  samples   will rbo   scut, free   of  charge through the mails**.  Applications should be addressed to t.he Director of Kx-  perimentiirFarnis,' Ottawa, and  may be sent, in any, time before  the 1st of March.- after which  the lists will be closed, so that  all the samples asked for may  be sent out, in good time for sowing. ��� Parties 'writing should  mention, Ihe sort, or variety they  .would prefer,, and should the  available stock ofithe kind asked  for be exhausted, some other  good    sort   will   bo  sent   in. its  place.      i_ '_.  Hundreds of Curlers.    '  SanltSte. Marie, Mich...Tan. li!  ���With tho preliminary promise  of beingitho biggest and best in  the history of the 'organization,  the tenth ���annual bonspiel .of the  Northwestern Curling,. association was 'forma,!./ opened today  The play will* continue through  the week on tlie new rink just  completed, the largest, of the  kind in the world. Tho conditions are ripe for ono of the  most, interesting competitions  ever hold on this side of tho  border. The contestants include  teams from St. Paul, Winnipeg.  Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis'and other points. Among  ' the contestants are men of international reputation, some of  whom-have never been defeated  in championship contests. The  bonspiel consists of eight championship oven Is, for which  trophies and individual pri/.cs  are given.  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This i.s a bona lide otVi-r from a reliable  I'Oiii'ern that has <>ivc-ii thouMinds of  dollars worth" ol premiums to agoutis all  over tin* eoiintry. Remeinher also that  Dr. Arnold"*, iMiylish Toxin J'ill.s ;tru it  well known remedy I'or all  diseime-*.  of  .tlie Icidnev���ancL hlarider.^Hriuht's,  disease, diahete.s. rlieiun.'ism..nervous  troubles, and lemale coiiijilaints. anil  are for sale liy all first i-lass driiysists  and dealers in medicine*-, in all parts of  the world. You have only,,to .show them  lo sell them. You are not olTcriii"-  .soinethiiij" that the people, don't know.  Our ivatehes are the re��;iilar standard  size for Ladies i and (ientlemeii in  Nickel or Gun Metal Cases with handsome illuminated dials-and reliable  l.ime:keepers. ivatehes siieli as no lady  or gentleman need-be ashamed to curry  and they will be sent absolutely Free  to all who sell only twelve boxes of  those wonderful Toxin Pills. Write at  once and be the iirst in yoiu locality to  get one of those beautiful watches and  chain. "As soon as we receive your  letter or post card we will send you  post paid twelve boxes, together with  our Illustrated Catalogue and beautifully colored card with your name and  address on ,as our authorized, a^cnt.  Hear in mind that you will not he asked to sell any more th-.tn 12 boxes and  we    DON'T     WANT    ANY    MONKY    until  after you have sold them. We hear all  the expense and are only iualciu<> this  liberal otier,as a meuhod bl advertising  Dr. , Arnold's, English Toxin Pills.  Don't delay, write at once and earn a  beautiluI present, for yourself,'for  Christmas.  Address   ARN0LDoMEDICINE   CO., Dept.  �� -     132  " r>0 Adelaide St. l-,iist.~Tnroiit.i. Out.  ^" "VT~^  *.*.  ���|* *���*)��� *���)* ���I*  -Ji-r?|T7lt..r?jT  *  The  Headcruarters   foi*   Mining   and   Commercial  IVIen  *  Hotel  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C. !  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  MAPS    FREE.  The lllinoi.s.Central Uailroad oilier*,  at l'di'lland. Oregon, has a'small supply  of nicely mounted wail maps of the  United Stales. .12 hy <.'W inches, albo  Cuba and Porto I tiro, enlarged; If you  .will send us ten cents, in stamps, wo  will prepay the postage and send you  one. of these handsome maps, by return  mail.  If you intend jtoni" east, or know of  any one coiuin<> west, from tiny point  east or south of*Si. lJaul. Omaha or St.  Louis, we would appreciate the opportunity of writiiiif to you or your friends  about the details. To say that is the  purpose of this lidvertisement. but the  maps are free. Address P.. If. TltUM-  HUIJ.,'1-12 Third St.. Portland. Opoijon.  The Largest  Mineral Are^s,  and the Most  Extensive  Goal Fields    a the  American C   itinent  are Situated in  South East, Kootenay  Agriculture  .i    -  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  To Pay Death Penalty.  Halifax, N. S.,Jiin. lll.-r-Tliis'  is tho date sot, for tlio cxooutioii  of fJeovgc W. ' Cook for wife  murder In July last. Cook oiil  his wife's throat, and then he lay  down and awaited tho coming of  the police. ..When put upon trial  he said ho was drunk on tho  afternoon of his wife's death and  did noi know what occurred.  NOTICE.    '  Tiike iioin-u tluil (ill (Ini.s iitier iliito 1 inliiii.l  lo apply Hi llie Ohio' Cniiiinissionoi- of l.tuids  and Wiirks loi' pel mission to purcliusu llie fol-  lon-niK ilcsi'ribi'il land in Soulli lOiist Koiiteim.v.  (,'omiiiuiiciiiir in a post plumed ill Ihe soulli  limit of Giion-'i: Arnold's I'rooniplimi nour the  lino or Ihe HiiHsli Coliimliiii Soul horn l.uihvay  tlience .south XO rlmliis more oi l(*.ss' lo the  Iniliiin Iti'sui'V'-itiiiti: thence west 40 chains:  Ihi'iice norlli to clniiu.s moru or less lo UicmiuHi  limit of sniil (.leoini! Am,'Id's pri'-cmptioii:  tlii'iii'i- eiisl iilonn said south limits to the place  of Ijccliiiiiii!.'- Contiiiiilim I'M' acios niori- or  less.  Dnicil this .'In! day of .liiiiiini'.i-. I'Jul.  ���> KI.IZAHl'Tril AltNOI.l).  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele arid Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District./. :'���;���' ��� '-.���'."   '���   "  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  TownSite office  CANADIAN  All  C.P.I!  public  ,s-r A'  Every businoss man in  Soulli  oust, ICpolenay will "reap  an   advantage by placing an advertise  menl. in Tin-: Puospiwroit.  WllV V(iu slldllld   liuv  FAIR    PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because  il-s tin: host, cjiisilit.y.  BeC3USe '���- ls 'lu- nio.sl, liiMtino-. eheiv  Because ���'���iH l}w):���'r2^.h'%u y'1"-'1''  1(1 or'Sic. pliif.'.  Because l'") lugs are valuable  for,  premium-*: until January  1st,  1905.  Because,wc "!i!u',ui1:!''.'. cvti,,.v i��!��j.r.  and  Because your dealer  is  authorized  to refund your iiiiiney if you  NOTICE.  Takh: N'h'i'k.'K Unit tin days aflor dull'1. .M.  I.iunl will apply to Hit* Olilel Ooiniiiisstoiior of  l.and.s mui Works fur permission id luiirhuse  the lolloulnt; land siuiiitc in Soulh KhsI ICoole-  niiy desurllu'd us fulloiis, f-oiiimeiii-iiii,' nt a  post plumed on iho west. 1'iinl; of tin* ICooteimy  Ulver nt tin' n��rih rust emni'i' of IMer Lund's  *L'rlpl location, ncur lho iimnlli of Cl.ipUa Croel.-  iind iinirkcd "M. Lund's N W. Collier" llicnco  eiisl ���*(! clnilns more or Ir^s io the mum cluiiiiicl  oi the ICooli'iiay ltiver. tlii'iiui* south iilonif Hie  said main channel Wi eh.i,lis ninri* or less to Hie  south end ol the Island in said Kiver.  thence ii-csl'.'0 chiilns. Ihcncc noilh SO chains  more or less lo Lho place ol conimeneineni  ,VI I.U.N'l).'  ��� Haled Seplemlicr ���J-jinI l!',i\! 17  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  RAILWAY  Hensible   people   travel   by the  Ts the maxim of the travel I tnit  ���HBO  WKTY  PISFAOTIpiV  l.n.WK   l-'OKT STUBI.K JUNCTION'  -1-01   I'. M.  Arrive Winnipei; 2nd day S-flO u.ni.  Arrive'St. L^iliiI "2nd day (i-.'SO p. m.  Arrive Chieaoo Jrd day Sl-.'ft) a. in.  Arrive Toronto 4t,h dai 2-47> p. ni.  Arrive Montreal Jtli day li-.*l() p. in.  Arrive New York ">th day S-.V> p. in.  Close eonneetion  for all lOastern points  A feature of Ihe. this Company'*-, .service is the inii'-iiilicent Tourist, ('ars  which are owned and operated by llie  Company. l-\>r Ihe Kast they leave n.s  Tol lows.  I'Voni Dttninore Jet., daily for Si.  Paul.  From Kootenay Ltiiidino-. Tue-sday  and .Saturday: for Toronto. .Montreal  and all LOa'steru poinls.  A trip over the C.P.I!.. will eonvince  you of the fact that it is Ihe mosl ill ���Mr-  able rourl to patroni'/.e.  Further infoi-niation reoardiiio llu*  only ivav can be bad on appliciHiou io  J. S. CARTER. E. J. COYLE,  Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G. P. A.  Nelson. Vancouver  AjronI Fort  Sieele Junction.  agen��s^"wa"nted.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Any ono Rending a HkiMcli and dencrinMon may  quickly ui-icurUilu nur(>|>iiiiou free whctlier an  Invention Is probably j��/itcii(iiblc. f.'niiiiiuuiloA*  tioiiHntricUyonntldcntlal. litundbookon I'nteuti  Bent froo. OlditHt iiuunvy Utrmwuritue paten!*,  I'utontfl tukon tnnnik'li Mnim A Co. receive  special notice, vr\i.hou*> vlmrtee. In tho  Scientific JTmerlcati.  A Imndsoinoly lllitatruled, week!v. J-nr^ent clr-  oiilutioii of any NrlenUUc Journal. Termn, ?���'! a  ycitr; four months, $1.  Sold by ull ncwndcalent.  IHUNN & Co.36'8-^ New York  Branch OBIno. (125 V Ht^ Wnnhlui'tuii. I>. C.  on Pull or Part Time,  with  are not Hatisiied.  The Empikb Tobacco' Co., Ltd.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Either  Are yoii satislied witii your meomi  Is your lime fully oceujiiedy If not,  write "H. We ciin ������ive you eni| lqy-  Hient. b.y the inont.b on ^ood 't.et'-ius or  eontract t'b jiay you well for.siieli business as you caii secure for usat'rirlil'  Siiiies. Wi* employ both .male and  female, represenlal.i ves. Tlie next  three months i.s the very best time to  sell our y'oods. No.deposit is re<iiiir<:il;  outfit is absolutely free. 'VVe have the.  largest, nurseries in (.'!tiiaila-(iver ISOO  acres- -a..lai'H'e I'ihij1'!! of valuable new,  specialties, and nil-our stock is ^uaraii-  leed as represented. * If you want to  represent the largest, most popular  and best, U-nown nursery, write us. It  will be worth your while.  STONE   &   WELLINGTON  "Canada's Greatest Nurseries'"  ..TORONTO, ONT.  KIMBERLEY.  The   Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.     0m      -  Near tlie famous North star  and Svilllvan Mines  o     A. L>imited Number of Lots for Sale  ��� ' 1  at Prices Ranging from  $125    To    $-400  NOW   IS   THE  TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the  first  of the year. *  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  & ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  NOTICE.  T.\ki: .Yi'-ri'.'K Him '.ii'lavs nlti'i  1I.1I1-   iiL-in-  len.l   In npplv to   llu*   C'hk'l  C'niiin|ss,iiun-i* oi  I.,1 ii'ls and   Worts   loi   iutiiiissf'iii   10 rnn.nt'  Ollsl I'UClioils fl.llll Ull.I   lll,ll{.'  IIIMiKI!*l*!ll!*M1s nil.  llie lj|:p,'r Alovlr l.'ivcr, .1' '���onllnj'" lo plmis niul  Kiii'vy.s f.vl'i'l: In ofil'T l" maUc said ltiver iinv-  l(,'iilil(; for I ('Ks. (.-      ���'  Thr .inly lniiils��ilt(J('l.('il hysnlil iiiipn��i'"iiif'Ml.s  otlK.'i- llm 11 (.'.ivcnimiMil.. IiiikIs iii'i! lots "ill". :2'fi'H;  111111 iNHi. 1 In nip I. Iicl'inj-int,' 1.0 Ilio I 'con's Ncsl  l.nii.l 1,mi l>i!V(-li)|iiiiuiit, Ooiiipaiiy, I.IiiiIIi'iI.iumI  t,ii<-  i-IkIii. or wiiy or 1 in-   nrii.i.sii  ('.iiiiiniiiii  Sou I lie ni Kiillwny (!i>mpaiiy. 'I'll,' iinly ivator  iiiri!<:i.i':<l liy said linpi-nvi'iin'iils Is said Mnylo  Itlv.'.r. -rin.'. rali'. nl'toll pi'i.posi.'d in lm rliari,'ril  Is it'J.'.Vi per lliini.saiid W.r.l. Iinard incasu re.  AIOI'IK  I.H.MHHIt COMPANY, Hliiillcil.  Iiiuu'l nils iKi.li.iliiy-iif'lX'ci'i'iilii'i- lint',   r.l  ,     J.   HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEER-. BARBER! SHOP.  Everything-.Sl/richly First (Jlass.  Next door to the Prospector.  I N. HANSON,J  Gemeral yVlercHeit-it  Liquor Dealer.  AND  2~ MtiiHi'fiM'Uiror of all Kinds of Lumber,      , A l.-ir'go nssorl.-     ^  tr nionl, of seasoned Lumber'and hliing-lcs 'always         '   --3  2^ on hand                                                   ~S  ��*-*^ \ ���.'������'',                                                         _^  ^ DIMKNSION  -LUMBER      A      SPECIALTY.          3  | WflSfl, - - ��� B G.     J  ^aiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE. B.  G, JANUARY IT" Ami. '.  ft 7       North Star Lodge  ' A.  F. AND A."M. :'". G.  R.  B. C.  .'������.'������'.��� ���"'���.': FOKT S'I'I;,:KI.K. I!.. C. ' ,:���; * "  ... Regular ineetiiiRs-Ksi.'Tuesday in e'acl  montli at eij'h.to'clncl,. Visiting. I'ret,!p.'rn an  cordially Invited.-, ,���'���.���   ,     :';'      -.'���.,'.'"���"  - F.llc Kiver Lodwe.. Fernie, regular, 'ntectiiis's  held first Friday ol each month;   ' -,.-/.   ".'.".';  '���" Cranljroolc I.oifce., Crii'ii'bniol.j regular,, meetings held on the third Tliursduy of each montli.  .-..':';'.''���:' ,-'7:. ' il'ij. Al.vniBii'. Secretary.,..  Rocky LMpuntain Chapter .  ''���"77 .-;"'���' ':No:'.i25.;R::a.:.M, Hiy ; '; 7  '���������'-. ,:'���;.'-FORT  STEELE,.; b.';qp In :Jy.    ... 7  :   ';'   Regular meetiii.2.'a--2nd: Tuesday, in  eacti montli. at eight ojelpek. ,. . ,''.��� ....  ' '>Sojbut'iiin*;!Coiiipaui<nis a,re cordially  -- rtviteci: '��� >y . '������''..������ ,-';'���:-."'������-      ���   ,      -: ,..';-  :.���'  '."'������   ���'.-: R. I.,.- T.,GaLBRAi'i'ii Scribe' E.  ..:r.:i;r'.-.;;., ig..  :.'::���:  Proi(bssi.qria 1^:7/  puO; S. McCarier.    ���������'.;���,"' ,'���'' .l.'A, llui've.v  .;! q::;HARviEY :&:'mccartek;; :  '' MiarrtsterXy: .Son'ritoiv*,., .;<.���/"'        :  r;  7'7.7'' y-"yNi)tarks  Public,. ������"    -7.>7' /  v ,'':;,';>'���" (7ofi:ve^(i.n(:ersetr:,>    y^y  <y%-;. "'���',' i^bin^^TKK^i-:.-b..- 6: ." -r:-'���:  ::REVKLSTOK'E ���STATION and GOLDEN;; -,  t<i6'LLEC'TIONS'rf'������PR'6^IPTLY.'���^���'MA.'DE,;';  Diamond  Diamonds.  ��� THIS is,one ..'of the ' Ryrie* .,  7.-' ^Specials   in   Diamond  Rings.No. 969.:  Our price.",-'.  : fOr it iS   ^75'.-   ''.���:''..;'':������ ;;'.'!.  We personally guarantee ;  the quality:  ":/It It mounted,!.. llHt/KoWVlVirelttler-.'-.     :',  ' ���\ ,    ladj,'*. <H-geutlei.ia.il'*, v.c*r��� ,';  I  We .'''deliver this solely to ��ny. .  iddre*i*��, and.refumiihe fuM price if ,; '  you aronol perfectly satisfied.,,   ...  '.','���., Wrllo for our new illiutr'nteii cut- ;  ���lojtue:  '     ' ������,',.:���  R^rie Bros^  :���!'.: yj:: Jewelers,;,.,7 ;��"'-,'.���  ; ..''-��� '0 '' - ��� -���   '   . .',,  tonjio ��nd Adelaide Streets,?  Toronto.  j,ft.-My!tffl3jM*iijyM  erlal  of Canada I  ���-���'���:..     CAPITAL ^AUTHORIZED   $4,000;000      '"'.'."?. ~  ,7 '������:;,' 'CAPITAL'������(paid- npl ���-,,,' :$2,868,932 ..���.'���>'���:.;���  >..   ���.'���' -]���::% REST/ACCOUNT: ,   - . y   $2,438,595 >'/"���"-.;.7 7?  Heeid ;^OfFic.��s--^Tor���tc>^to;: ,7 ���"' -.������'.'.  7i7.i.. ai,i>:i.^^  .\r;'i';N'i^,"'"iN ��� ('.rio.vi';-,.i sJ.^|rf,a i x-���;.i;r;_|t.y<'i-.-'.''.')<.:tiu'lf..'.-."--^"^"!'^'.'!!!!miViV-.si,'.."''.'.'-j  r.imiion. v:; '������������.���. -.--,���', ..-���������'���������"' ;������,������;������! ,.' .,'���'���;;. '������  "���'���.':';-'- ���..,,".���.','';���.'.���...���'/".-��� ��� '���   .';'';.)  . 'it. . .;'.-,'������:'. *'V G^iioral ljaiil<iiio';Jlti!jiii(*ss 'lyiii'istuiU'i'l. ,''��� ,;,,":'  ,, ,  tfii'.'.'iiig'i ���l,'.ank'I.i.jj)tii'tiH(.'in,.-'-- Ini.ei-e-st.- nlluWeH cm d,.'|jo=iil;s.. ���'   '������ "',:��� ,  I   Crahbrook, Brahchf;^      P^ F^,MAKSH; Manager;. ]|  |5K-iS**��.i*f*����^;KSiS':S^-e^s*,-**^ '  ' :"'.::i '':;'":-:-'. ;HEAI>;OFKICIv-*-TO��,0>iTO. '       '-   ::"'' ��  *  "= ,  ".,-.    I';i.id un A-iiiiUI '.f,n.(i(i(i.(iiji):  I Ics'c-'i'vii -l-'imd $2AKl0,0illl: - ���.   '  1 '    .    , -. .... . u . ..  -;,;',..    ' :  ^^y'^'rciiati' lU'soui-ccs < ��.vim'-^(iri,(HH),(l(i').    ,  -, '   -j  '-.    '     .'.   .' ....' l-oii'lon. ��iJTi*-'s":'(.iO I (inihanl Si reel. I'. ('..   ��'���' .' ���'������  .'', ���' '. ' ',"'.'���..��� .,.    New  *i:url.;*.li'|-iee;;:i li, i:\eliaiiKC Jfiace. , '.       ' -.,-.  And i'.S liraiielie'.s iii (..'aiiad'a, I lie .'.i'i uil.��;il .SUtli/s ali'd l.'.rii.i.sii .Ciiltiiiibi'u..  %" Cranbrook Branch,  *"  *���%&&%<&&& f$H?&$<<h��4^  ;F. e.;3i ALP AS. Manager,  ,..5.^...'  *. ;-  .���'*}.���.';���'  .* "���  'My"  iSi''-.  .-' ,-*' .'  ��� j�� ���-,-  & ���:  ��...  '*', '  ������*'  '��*'  IS  *: '.  EtfTTTnimnnTTTTnmTTTTTHnHTTTTTTnnTrTITTnrTtrtTnTTnTfTTTfmtTMmtT^  :#c0ERMQ;iq'::.s:'];K)WN��SS:;':  t:    :: Thfe .Leading���; \A/li91 ejia 1 e ;liiq'iit)r Dea 1 ers in Ihc  c"; Koote nays., -;;  '  ���. ,;;'.i;;,"'';'���'"'������ ���;'-'v;-': "''������   ' ;���''''���' '"',:��� .'.H,.', ;'���..���'��������,���/'���"'  W^R.ROSS  "Bar nsKr^f -^'J^r^  ii'i'VHOTARY,: PUBLIC'':  ..;.'.''-"'&',,''CON''VEYANCER.K;'.'.''  '-Solicitor  i^'Fort , Steele. ^B:i,Oii  .. ,B.W'.' 'luuiillc Vuily 'tho .'l/iKST...  ��� Hnij'S, (>f .iiit'(tioi>.'';iiii'.l ( 'i^iiS,'' v  ;��'-\\'i* si.'l.l jg'ililjw iH'ci'.PVMiiii';;  1.1'.-i'. li!!!*i'rt--B-j\ io...' and ���.'-. .('iiiiii'4.  ni's-si-s Siiiiit,.-��� . '.���'��� .���.'", -: ���-. .V/:'.''.' a  ^MM^M^mZ.  iS^rmiDAY:':J;A:SUAi^A-;Am^y  ^ All'-;:'Mail;: ;0  fcv  .fc-  Fresii and Salt, Meats  Alwavs! On  Hand.  Hi  :r:^':'"'^i:i!L:3  .,.:.>���:FOKT STEEtE DByKLOHWENT.SY.vi)IC:ATU LTD  ..' i3S Leadenball'.Street.Lpiiiluri; '.Kngiaatl.' ,..'  ���^���''.:''M'i''.':A';iWAL^'NGES\,^  ��.;:^;:,i^v'y.;.:;;'.p6rtvsteei6:;Mc-:-':'i;K  ���i-TTTTn,nnTTTT.r?nTTrfnTTnTTTTnmTtTnn!UT^'jt  -���-uliUiiuiiUiiuUiJLUiiiluuiiuaa^iliaii,���^  'CraulJerHesVat>RERS:ffiV\^S:p  -a  -a  -a  -a  aiiuuiiiiuuuuiiiiuuuujiUiiAiuauujiiiiiuuuuuuiiiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiUiiuuauiiiiua  E-.;'-:,,Mci3:R;R,\iO;n^?&:-i^ov\^  :CVi-ahi)i-cipli,t:B,;G;;''  :::-;*Ml KKKALvAO^I',: ISWi.*:';  ������'^ :,y::-:.:'i:iiroitmp.)..y. .<y:':.:  I-'���'���������','Elie';ice"iu rb^ryiicini,t*y:qf:]:^6i;-1  'St'^'ele'.is'i!UdxcoIlent;,!contliiioa; '  .;',;6M't-?''andv^.li-S^^^  1 e f r*' ,;'S t eele; vT hu rsd ayj; :lbi-^ tl ie i'r  Bo ni e 'at ,W i1 'm e i-'.', -13 ���''' 6.';'"' ���' "'��� <;! ��� ��� '���":';  ^kI;?^^  ���^���.^-^K^^civiL'i^  :' P royi n c i a) �� ��� L a h d t -' ��� S ii r y,ey or  *5:"'"' ^' p^il&(ST&RM  ;v-:foM:::.sIqoIc.-.j3]:g:: ;-,;.-'.;.:";;  v:.*<R6oky-',M^  ������ .Aj.M.,,-:i;;htfid- i,ts-u'egtiiar^moiitiily  eoii\:0(!a*i6ii>T*3oidav:ev6ni'hgi:', "  '!"-���T'^f*.--^>.?^'?^.^^;;vri:;;-: '"���-''!"  ;;.:^^ir;:;^andii^]:l���s:-:';>���J  ca'ni^..ibver/ron)t::Gi-.aubrdolc--^  da;v'.''v;::;''"^''^':Cf :'���'":���: r^.^.^-^'  ,,ia.:nT;Kic.A'ri;. <>!���'. iMi'itoVRMUN'i'H.':  :'J'* :A^::,;Diicks^rptiyViu^tpllGi-j^  6tH '^: -liti perial: -Bail k^.'Cmnbrbolv,-':  wa-s;��i::vi^itc)r.%t;^  !-;���; ;R.,.';.;ifiit.|:;]etjV retin-ned^'Siinday,:  ., fi-p hi ^a.;;';yisi l*;iJ;to^. 4it ij$f Koritenay;;  :Rni-rj^Gn3ok.;1iii.ti'es^;.?b-^  y��-:N ti is,; .'..^ctt'n'd' i es;^ : a. lid;;'- .^i ^s��^a i.'  :lvERS.l-l"^\^St"';^f;i''"';;''i'/;^--^-r^:-  iyyiy ' ;:'',;';::'::.',,.:,' NyTICE>;;:;; ;^ ���.,;:,,; ,;'���;.���;"  '^Oppoivlviiig-'-, '���14v'N;ri<l;^:'ai.irt;-:^T:uc!  ^91tVf'!tn.V(j".^ir6nrrtiiiiis"T.Nfi^  '' (SltUilteiii, UiL* t*'qr'l Sli;ol(* Mi u(ii};:vI)'ivisioi'i'fif,  Eiist'.Ko'oitMi'lij:' Disirii'lr '���', -.:���';.:..'���':}.',��� ,V";v .'[<���"'���:'���?���.'  l^Wiorelocaloilr.'-Jllit l.o.*itpreol;/'idjn'iiilii'if|i.lio  .���'SilyiJrQiii'cii':.iiiiiii'j-iiI cluim;', ?':' ,":.y."  ^Mi'i'&'.SJJo.':'"liilliHSO';li%"i.iiivrp.r .iolin; SivensonV  -i-^.AI.'oV!'^NTrK*--ii��i<i:��  ,ilif*.i1;ur'.lK;rc.il',"l,o ;i|ip|y,i ol hi*; MiVi jiisr,l{R'.;qrii^:  ,or for/:t  Oerllllraie^pl'Jliiiiirovoinoiils- for ilie  purpos.v ..I, bl) l:i i'lii iif:; ,C'rpii'iir;Gniiils':; of ,..llii:'  'lijxivi'.,rlaiiii*..1.;:;;:?;:''"',^:';';'% yy-'yS.'"..,y::<i::i:. 7-'.: '";!  .J Anil Turtlier .liilto lKiiice;���.'tlint'.:/;iinlioiii;.n'i'Hlfli'l.:  soci.ii).ii::,!r, inust.lioCoiiiiuenccii' lK'IVi'rouin! is-'  siiaiVrc.' f if siirli r.'.'i-t I lien j o of; 1 iii]Jt-c> vi:iii'eiii s:.:. '^  ^;*Dnif,,'l:Ih'is'Jill li.''ti'iiy'.rir'U.e(!uii'ibur; iiiie.r:'* '^;:  ^::::'\0"::^l\yy:ry-iii  yf~ormSteele^^  ^   "Diamond Jubilee  :!C' ^ JiM,ss a; ��oi:;: -; Hospital  .���...'..!  '������',���, i ������...'..���' ,;.   MATHOK. ���;���...������ '���'���'.'*'.'  ��� ���.���������'.���      (,!r':i(iiial(; ol'.Sl.'LiiUi.'H llospii.iii;  '���  ,.:.',' ':"';���',    Viiiicoiii'cr,..111,0.   ''"���'���.' '."'.."'������  : .:r :���    .  ''':���"���:    .,' ' '������ ;���. :.' ���        '"-... Q ���   '      '',:  ���;������:'��� ,TliiH;.'lnHl,il,iitip,ii: liaB   been   recently  o.iilargedliyii now wing' wliioli is nqSv  open1;, for. reception of paticti'ts.M/ For  vterins apply to  :��� -��� y-% ������."������  Miss ,'H. i\Ibss,: oi-: J.''P. Smith,, Sec.  '  i; >:r   .'���.'���Miitro'ii'.      ,   , Fort Steele;".B.C.  C.  V-GEARY   & DOYLE.'  !'  ������':;':;..G;i,ifin'.U.'*,'.;^Bp\i]'a  Btdl;;Mary^yillo;,,,\v't'i'e   i-ogistor-  Otl -ill. t,lic��;Tiiiperiat'Siiiiday"la!?l.'���-'������  ... GHas AriiifttVoiin- "rode;'m-er  I'i-oiiiV.,-Graiilirpcik .''���'iiVi'oii.dh.y,..,'.. 1,6  s\Va.|.V''sto'i;ids.'.\v'it,rh'.',;r.ra.r  'man'.'- '.' {'���':"'.--:-'        ���-���������". "*��.! ���/  British .Goliimbia has! ho fiiiost  Car in i.ng- laiid i ii Canada, in uchol  which is foilnd"jn lho.'Kobteiiay  vtille'V'."'..-:': ::,;* ',"\: i? ���''?������'.���' /'i'i" "'��� ���''''������"���.:  .' Tjondon-?papers- anticipatG.: a-  considerable rise in the pricc.cOi  silver t,his year, :owing: to, the  coiniiig demand for. tlie 'white  metal: in India arid Oliiiia;. - fc  :;; Liveru; Feed;&.;;;Sale-;:Stable.;u  ::i:..i.y:y:ii..:yi.p0rt Steele B.C. ,:'���;:;-;.: "-,-  .Regular Daily .Stage .meets .. al 1,  i trains, at,Fort Steele Juuctioh.  ,   ';���  ���';     SADDLE ii*PACK-;HORSE? '   :  TliAMIN'G OK'AI.I; KINOS A SPKCIALIN  A 'large amount of*-, supplies  iel't'Foi-t,Steele Wednesday,.con'-  i>ighed to a placei-mining, com-  paiir on Wild Horse ci-eeki  ^.i^:,'fSi:i;.i^-'.:.JTpTlCE;.^*i,;i^  ;* .iMiJi'ty.vjl'i'y.^  tlie ("li i >-r f .V.ii] iii iS^toiii !i-.,>ir -, i::i I ids-^i i'lii: - \Vorl:>;  I'or iijisiiwi'il: !iociis(!.'t:pl;ic!iil..'iuiy. oarry; away;  limber ������fr6iii,,.i:iii.-5-foll(>iyii^^  i'li.6 Su.Arnry.'s'.lyii-or.'iij tlieSoiitlierii-Dlstriiit o!';  Kasi Ivooianiiy. ��� l'|e(4l.iiiiintrat n posi jjliiiiteci iil  .SlOllllll-lt.si. <*Ol-lilil- ol'lj')t."\f(>.;;-IVI4, Vl,l^  ;. (4fi.i)0) - in rlly -1 i viiy cliii I ilff*' in Q ru. oi-' 1 nssV 1.0''lliir  iiorlhorii   lioiinclaivv'of ���; H.v I'i. ;l.lein'(:r'.s  (111.11,  liiiiiimr's) jii'i'ViiiiipliOii','- Ui'uiiv'i* 'ivost, I'olUin'iiiH'  Llie:   iioi-i.li...: tioiiiitlary  of   11,.-1 i.   I.ieincrs'-prc?-  ..yinptibii anil ilicliiortli_..tioiiiujiii-ly.-Vor:;''tl.ie.-..r^<j:'is'lf  i.imlxir nniitn-Ji'-lip)/:'.nn'ij. -.li.ii ml rod jYiml  L.u'enfy  chains, moro orl(.'��'s,'to tlic.c.asl bpuiitliiry .of iliu.  T.iiikI timber 1 illli(,.. tliuiicu iio'iali.'XSO.OUy'.-isiKlity  eiiains more or,l ess, lo the sou tli bank of ti'io St..;  Mary's fiyur.'-i'liciie.el follu'wiiitf" the sai'tl sVnii.li  1 ;nnl. :of  llie SI.. Mary's river and ilio'sd'ntiitfi'ii  boundaries ol l.ot.s IT'iSiiiid rl(H to' l.lVe piiiceol'  liuifiiiiiliiK-'.'f'X'o'iiUiinlri^li^U'iii'i'iiS morebr less.':  ���'��� ';,,;,.; ;:.:,"   ''"���������      ALFRKl) .l.ibYI'.l'll '���;0''':..'  '   Diilbd Beee'inber.ritli. lililJ.    ..     .. .'���:.'   .  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">'5V  ',;':;������ liScAI^Ol'M IN 1 SO ii.niUI>\ I��� KIt'H'A N.(VlNt'l'.'  :;^C|j^0R^|/:STErK  iiJc^'vAllijworj^  W:,i :'-��'���':: Fop t'"': St e^j&iGi:'&^G^:y%  .-'.     .    ������ ���....!���..,,,.,     -     .yji^-.....:- .'.. .....   .���'...   ......   -....-     .... .  :��-  Jfe^ p.;p;ni6rs'.a\pleiis.aiil!:shbs  :,...: I';:". i-:\'.'.i-.\'..,; ���','.';;���''.l.^-lic liest.;iui(l ('h(-:ipest- nieuls in -'.'f.liij conn try. l".^ :'��� '.'.';':,,!: ������������;| J|  :y'^y.'''j>y���':i'ii'e tci jjevl'oiiikI^iii .t:lni'tlinitiVi^i^Of'th; :' :iNo,C^liinVi-1 ^: ���,;:; , ,:^f,,v;ss  ;.;.'''��� vyiivii::^: Dion ull<:).>\-6(l iii tinvJcit,��Jb<jii^!': 'Jl'Iix", liouWcilM--;;; i-iui :*���,'��� .���   r-: :��� .��� J*'.. ^  '.'.v''-:'--::'.::'^  IV''"'���''.'"y���". .'7w.il.li"Ti ijj".']iii��;Ii'"is*:!jii.-��i'l'ii^'avi';.!i.VVii,i'<jj'ii"s tliejiiilUon-.":������'"' 777:  ::?,: :7'v:':  :iii'il!:'ivitii:.:l'i.is, i'lili. ���y.-:,'-u :v.j,c,':; .:*:���.��� i. ;h:;,::i7'.-;'7,:V-:7-;,. ���':>:::.':77i  I*  ��  ''���St-  S.  s:-  Si,  ���*���,,  37  !&���::���:���:  :-i��.-.  :   &���  -.:.::. &:  i: lti,ye:i-y vgii es t:a-ecci\'es^.^  H. '������' >:�� ''&ir<'W iQ; ''.TJiqiV6rs^e.;-lli'e^;'bovs:u!:.i n:1 oav ii777  ���������(������  ;B|McM*sisK::f:  /.i:i:iy'2l:^:^/M'^  !.��p.      .....  -...;'.:-'���..-:���'<,-.-;:. V,'v.?jK. yl ^  '�����:���'���:���,,���-.:-'������':": :: I'lT.':*' 'vie  v     ,  ,      ���,.":.,��� y:.y:~.:.:.::. :;.. .::'-l.��:'-=e*..,  .SS.,,:-.,'-7:..   ,.,.::^.'/v,,;,,-'.iv'-;...;.,.���,- , ���.-; .-���.;... v ,���.���,,,.,,.:,..���,;���.,���, , ,7" �����..',., ���-,-'-.i.-.-.^ ; ::..-' , 'r^ V -.���: .,.<��:   .:V^|  H  Oook's Cotton Boot ;Opmpound  Is successfully used monthly t)j oyer.  '10,000Ladles. Safe, effectual. Ladles ask  -your drnegist for Cook's Cotton Boot Cornwall. Take no other, aa all Mixtures;-pills and  imitations are dangerous.  Prloe, No. 1, finer  box; No. a, 10 degrees stronger, ti per box. Ko.  l or 3, mailed on receipt of price and two S-cent  . Stamps.    The Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  tai-Noa. I and 2 sold and recommended by all  , (irefirge Judd tried fishing in  the- Kootenay" rirer 'l-nesday,  and '.met'.'with   tho  usual ''fisher-.  man's luck.-.'-   '. >.. ,,;     ��� "  Nos. 1 and 2 sold   in  fort .St��i-I<*   l>y,  A.\Y. Bleiisueii; 'Dwi^L-it. ���' *   '. 7 ' ,,  Shaving W.'Hair Dressing Parlor  !: Next to Oii._-nl.iMh.ti'!  ,   FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  All  Kinds  Of Hair Work   n  .Sjii-i.'i:ilty  At fort Steele Flour and Feed Store  jiifit received.a cj'i"i:i nt.ity' of ('li'oiee.'liiitlei'  in, line pound bricks al lu-enty-liv..  '.-.��� Is. ' l.'alo'ai'V l'atent . lliiiio-;l|-iaii  Flo,.'r. /I lieakfasi. l-'.-ods. i'.acon. 'Pea.'  Hilar. Ilav. (lal.sl Hrun. etc.  'y' ',.",.'7 NOTICE. 7;/;7.,. .7;:7/:, ���-.:  . .Notice is..liefei:i.v''jiivnii'. tliat ;tliirly, diiy-S,;  after date 1ve.inl.c11d,to apply io the.Oovenior.  in Council at Oltiiwa for approval of'.plaiis-.for  iiiiprpvOinei.it..! 011 tliii. ICoolenuy River in tlie  County,of Ivoptonay:'Britisli Coliiiiiuia.l.ii'ulei'  3ee(ioii n, Oiiap; !��2. Ueviscd Siiilnlos ofjCnnntl'i  A cojiy'oTpln'iis and description of the' pre-  p.iseil.'sil.' of ,sakl .tiiijiroveni.ents liave Ijeen (le-  positecl vvitli tlioMinisU'i'dl' Public Works.nl  OttiiiviiViiml: in lho ol'iice.'of tlie Itonistnir of  Deeds for tlieC'Minl.y of ICoiiuaiiiy 111;,Nelson,  l.-ritisli C'oluinbin.' , : ; " 1  The Groiv's Nest 1'ill.s jlliiiiilier i.^'iiii'an.v. I.tdl  Diuc'rl nt. l'.ort-Steele- .laniinry Soventeenlli,  linw.-'' ... '' ���' '���'''���'   .,''���- ,.'        7'���' ,'.! *..-'���:������  ���'.': iiy.0 7 F-tNi qi.'iohsoN|7'A'>7'7-G-;Siii^7  ^^-f'-yiBy;'!:'K'' -Rii iwiiciije ii^n kiiyyB  :  ,t  (I^leenscii liy i*i'<ivrIiic.|:ii GbverriniciiL.Vj  ,7p(dd>aiid;Ki.lveli-.-:7 77l7........!*2.0t) '  . Sil veiMinfl' load . 1 .,>��� -7.7: 7: .. .2.0(1 '  "7Gqid7silveil- aiid.Qopper;; .;:*;.,.';:;ai'00  ;. 10pld7sili-ci-, jo:ul7uid7:o'))|)ej*7'; JlOO";  ..Samples  lcl't.  with .Carl iii 'it -4i)iiricl<  will receive^ pronijit attention^:.' -:''���"  ���Mm ;l!.S.f -@ Mf^^^i%S^  mm;  H&Z.  />^;;|;|l|)(>:tt!^ll;fble  TELEPHONE'NO.  t,  .MINK11AL ACT ISIW.  7 ..    (i-'oiim r.)      ���,���:���'���  falU'l'l KIOA'I'K  Ol,'   IMPKOVKMRN rs.  ������fei|^f^  IE/* ������!��� *5�� ���!���* ���:*% ��*I����* ^r-, ww ��1�� ��*W ww *.*��. fe,*�� ; n-; jFo ��.*-*. ��>>i ^*vs. ^*5*�� *v> JoJ�� ��,'<�� ^"��; ��V ��.>�� ZF2 ��>;  *.f?   it.�� i#." *ii.- -ie.**- -f.s---f*i- �����.$.����� -..$�� ������#*. -.f��  ������*> ,-0!* .:i,. .g.s--..->*. --0�� -*$? -*;A��- ���**��� -^?*.--.#��� .-f����� -|T--.^^- ...a> s,0��-  'Pli.i! ice in tli(j. yir-inily'fif.. Iforl  .Sltiolt*' is in tiiio coiHlifidii. Iocm.I  .sikaiovs 'are out in, full IVircc  ''Vorx I'.vt.'iiiiiir.. -  Iiossland will hold   ns   wjnlei-  ���ai-ni'val.i'rom Pebruary' 1U lo 1-1.  A.'.l. CAXiVA.  'itoi'itiK-rok.  ,     MASONIC   HALL.  Kcurr htkki.k. 11. i..-.  \V('ekl.y Hlillelin.  Mf!��1d'V levi-iiintrsl-ini'-poi^rinl..  I' ritliiy . S ..  Tiicsduy    and     'riiursday     evcniiiirs  ' Dunoiny School I'm- pupils only.     < '0111-  pi'tcnt lady I'-aciicc in atieiidiiiicc.  .'...��� '1. -  Tl1isll111.ll will be aviiilalde for other.  en I ci'lii in men Is 'I'liesday. 'riim-silay and  Siitiii'day evciiiii'J's.  Apply to .1. LiniMKc'ciAT. Maiiag'er.  Fort Steele, B. C.  It is altogether lilcely that tlie  I'irc'.sf'li'f. yoar will wifne.ss a good  deal til'' work liy "flie'O.'I'.U. in  llie vi.-inity 0!' Klk'o.  All Chinese arriving al, Ihe  coast slioukl he given a I roc |iaks  by the C.P.'lt: .'..o Montreal.���������  A registrar of the County  Court, will be appointed I'or  I'V-rnio in the near .i'ul-.iire.  , Crow's Nes.) coal will be de-  li\-ci-('da,l. SpokiMie free ol' duly  in {ho near fill ui-c.  A four horse |(-aiii. with.supplies for |.lu*, |{oii I toy group of  mines, lol'l Sieele l^ritlay.  Advertising iu Tiik I'K'tvS-  I'Kcnnt is Llie niosl n 111 ril.ii nil's  food for a growing busiuess.     !  , St. Jolin's Church., of England.  Services will, belield in the  Church bt-.'St. Jolm- the ..Divine  every Sunday evening a,f;'7:30 except oii the 1,1 lird Sunday in each.1  montl 1 when the service \viM lie  hcltj   at.   I I   .o'clock*  a.m. -'��� %  Holy   Con'imti'nion   will be  ad  iniiiislered 'ttL ,fhe .close  of   the  service.' .   "'    .7 7': ��� ���  Strangei-.s a,re welcome.  l'liKSUVTKIilAN-.'crVUIiOn.  Oivinev -Worship, will he ,lield  in, the ' Presbyterian' Church  every S.-thliafh morning at -11  o'clock'. 'I.    ..���,.  iSabbii.fh School every Sunday  11,1, half past two o'clock.  Choii- practice 'every. ��� Thursday eveniiig7'i,f 7:.'!H o'clock".  1'asl.or:    A. L. MAtinOLiiiAi.i..  Mow Publication.  The Colden Star, It. (il. .'-ihai-p  edibir and manager, 'published  al. Coition, I!.���(-.!.;��� bus ina.de its  .���i.ppciira.ncc in the ' I 'roviiiciaJ  joiirnalislic Held. ll, is a, six-  coliiinn-Colio, full of glatl tidings  concerning Ibe "(Joltleu City"  of Norl.beast, K'ooi.ena.y. Long'  ni.-iy il shine among the publi-  cal ions of ('anada.  .-'.'"'. ,/NOTICE..v  .'������ ���  Sultan.   Hillside,.,.lacksbi'i .and   Alma  ���7-V7        7.Mi"pi'iil Ckiinis.  ''.'SI mil to in "111.? 'Fort Steele .Mining Division of  Ifliist Kootenay. bistviefr "'*':.:-,,"7 ,.. :  '_' Wliere;- located:- On  l.lie: Weis.t' ..Ifork (if .SO  Mary's, Kiver,, adjoiniii},' , ilie   "Groat, llane"  ���Mineritl Claiml   ���"���' ";_'':      '    ;: "77' ���..-������.���  . 'l-nke notice, Ilia) I.' .lolin .Mel'.ateliie. of 'ilicl  pity, of' .Voison. .iiL'tini,' iis'asienl for.,ln*iepli 1111  .Wright.;-' : I'Vee:, .. Miner's ��� Cerlilicale,,.:N'o,'  -.-'I'l.fiOSlitl"., inleiid. sixty days from llieKlalc  hereof, loiipiily iii iho Miniiij,' .l.'ei-ordei' for  Cert ill en les Of Iiiiiirovijnieiils.ffo'r llie purpose  (if .'obtal'iiiiiK a Oi'owii ilrnnls oi llie ' aiiovc  claims.'    '      ���   ':"',��� -  And I'urUic.r In'lte  lioiiee  l,lii.|. acliou.   Miiilei  section 117.. niusl lie (���..liiineii'ecil beforeihe issuance of such Cerlilicalcs (iriiii|-irovi'iiiciiis.  ,-��� Dal fill lliis-Tiiiiliiy dr Octoher. A.\^., I'M i:;."  '    ,  ' .'- ������ '���   . !      '���.,���������"   Jl.illN' ���i\l('l.A'l'Cllll7 ���-:  .>t��.  ���'.��"������  -i*i"'  iji  ��� ��������?���-  iji  ���*"���  ������IT.  w  *���:  ��� 4>  MMeh %:- '-4  : B'oundary>Line��� 7  77 Tobacco  Plains,  ,'.^.:;:7.:,B_.c.:-7,.r,.7-,r-:>  ������.^.^���..-y^'^JULES^HUREL  '^qb-'i-.'ACCOM'.M.obATrq  ^7:7,:; :i ,;:, ,:.7v: ��� ..'.A-.'First -Oiass Hbrtie -   ;   : ���:^'';--"::fri-7'  ?���?  ���:#���  .��.  '������������.���.*>���:���  ��  *������'  ife7  ,*;r*,:..  i&iii:  m  .if...  .-��*���������-  l.'|'<..  *��!���-.  ���;!{'!.���������:���'���SY-i%o'li.ii''e^e"a',-^  ^ l^riifay at.S^a'iii." ;:17('a,ves.Elk.d:lotel  :6n"'l^iesda,y aiiVt Safur-^:":  *v* :.   ...     :':.   .     :.*���   *:  ;--....'..-,..-.:-.���  ��i....,:,.  iJi!''''day:-'a,t,'S. a:.m,.'."7-7';c-,;..' .;'���:��� '-='7.7-"'���-,.::.,. :,..','���,'���   ,.:': ���;.;.!2��.''7  ^K?i"���-'���:������  1 "���':'���'''���- 7*- -7'-..���''���'���     -   '-'*��� -"-7 ,'������'.'; :'.;;������       . , ..-ftv-'-v  iS��. ���!���- ���:������ ���i��t ���!���( ���2"-- ���T��- V>r ^��r��* ���!�� ?>!���: �����!���: J. ^��!- * **& ���>? ��v�� ��*!V ��*:*** ��*>* ���!*** ��v^ ���*��� ��T��^ ����V�� ���!���� *���!������  ���*:���.�� ���*!���.�� *.���.���' .������" il." *:���.���' *!���.��� ������������'-  '.If "iP.* "���P." *!��.�� sS '.C ���  *.9f '��" ���'P." '��*." ,��.*.�� .*!f." '���rp-'  ��������->������' ������:#? :'.t* �������."��� TP.---  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  NOTICE. ,  'NO'I'ICI-: is iK'ieliy j-ivou llni.t'iiii ai'plicatiiiii  M'ill lie'made to tho I'li.rlian.ieiit of ('(inailii at  llie next Session thereof for an Ael in iueor-  |i(.i-al.e a eonipaiiy lo he Uiinivn as '"I'lie Southern Central IMoilic Knllivny Conipany". to eon-  sti-iiel 1111.1I operate a line of railway from Vancouver in I trifish ('ol uui Ida northerly a lid easterly by. way of llie Kooleiiayt Cass Io sonic,  point on the Old Man Kiver in the District 'of  Allieria: thence north,- easterly .i ilirongli  Saskalehcivaii.lo sonie poiiii nn. the "Olinri'hill  Kiver': wilh priivcr to construct, aiid operale  IcIeKTaph. iiiiil',ti|luplione.Hues for flu* purpose  ..f its liiisinessand for the pulille: mill li. oivii,  nsi: and operale water powers .conveiileiil.ti,  llie i.iiiil I'or railway anil oilier , purposes: and  l.o own and operale sloani-ships.. terries, anil  s'lilpiiliii/-, iunl 'liu'llil and creel, ilie necessary  wlmri'es (i 1111 el.'Valors; .and with such oilier  powers aiiil privileges as a re,,'usually ^I vn iii'  railway I'oiiipiinies.        .  .liillNS'l'i IN .l: .I'-Al!,Co,VltlM|i(.!|,:.;, '.'  ���.  ���'..Sdllcll.iirs for llie .Applicants.  Haled nl -r.M'oiilo liils '.'liih day ..i   licceml'er  I till''. ��� .    ' i  mm Gario lesiorani  A-v,  THE MOST., ' "'7','.  UP-TO-DATE   ';  'PLACE-IN  FORT STEBLK..     7 .  '7r~7 '    ;WiV^"R Proprietor  ^���-���^���---������--���-; ��� -,:.-;���---,-������:��� ^.;:������--^ ;-������;;-;-..,-���*=  ,-"' ���'.liyt.ryt'h ni ^������'Cool-red,.'  ���   "AS 'VO.fJ.  |-.I-Kli'-:"l'T.';-' - '  :*.  ���a" ft* -  C AELIN ' ;:&; DTJE.ICK  "������'"'.'-;  G^NI:RA!.: MEHCII.ANTS  ,���  Fort  NOTICIi.       ,  Tlilrly days alter dale I ialend to apply lo  the Chief ('uui in issloner of Lands and Works  for a ill year I Inilier ieascnf i.lie I'olhiwing ile-  scril.ed Inii'ls slliiiilcil in Ihe S'iiithern Division  ofl'-.asl Konioiiay IHsl rlcl.     Coin iii'ln'i,'in.  a  |���,sl planted nn the easl.crii lioundary of I.,,I  (.'.Sill, three lour I lis of a mile south of where said  Imutidary iiiniiini' north llrsl crosses Sand  creel.. Ilicnco ���Jin chains uoit.h. Ihence '.'on  chains easl. Ihcncc 'Jli'i chains si hi III, tlience r.'ini  chains west In pnlui of lii'irinnliitr.  Dated I hi** -J-Jn.l day of Deceiulier. IWi.J,  1 ANDUEW J. UUVLIJM  Steele,  .8<)vC'7VgCntS;f:or fl  ���:M\M Steel  .Kast..'  :','7.:.;     -  'KooteIIiW'.f j  COMPANY  This rpTKKL is.:r.ii:tra,iit,ee.('l lo lie. i-(|iial |.o .le.ssop's   or   Pirfiis in a,li.  '��� llAifi) Ruck  U'oiv-,1-1. _  -K-.^Grow's Nil coal company .  so,K A,,,,N,s Giant Powder Goiiipaiiij..  Mining  Supplies  a 'Specialty.;  Adonis Tor the    MASSI5Y    HAUR18    CO.,  Liinifed.  I       Farming   Implements.

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