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 Li In' try of Log Ass  ,f-(--S"*.   ':������������* ��'*">'!'rt-.'l-KV*'#4-i'.S'S  * *  A- --'<  g Devoted to the upbuilding %  ��  OF    FORT    STEELE  r^- ����� ��� -    w ��� -  - . * ���  .-. ���-. u u ��� o-. -. ujn  w     liitlepi'liih'lil     ill    i '(llilie.-..     * [ '  ��  ^Jt��*:lK ���*���**�����* t**-AS-���������<-**���*������# ��***  >'���   THE   PROSPECTOR   OO'I-  C-    TAillS ALL   "UBL7C KO-  '- TICES AUD GIVES THE  fy LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  *���    AND LOCAL NEWS.  *  ���s>  *  �����  **��*��''lSc*��-**#��*<H(***^fAJJ6jftjK^  X^oi. 6'.  J*OJ*7^   S7^3J3Z,I3; J3    C.,  SATURDAy, JUUY2S, 1900.  New Advertisements To-aay.  J'ajje ii  CK. W. Kukpis ... '    tf. It-ciiicman  " 'i  JI. It.ni  " H  jM. Doyle'. '.  " , ��  J��ri*'e��. UaJsuor I'owdfr Cii. (���|ilt*nso..r... " ���<  3"Oi ions. ���!   .Veil Mel.fOil Cilrrali  " H  Sullivan Stocks.  ..Sullivan slocks  show   no  appreciable change on the Spokane  Slock Exchange.    It would seem  ' io the average onlooker that  someone'was keeping- tlie market  well supplied at the present' ruling prices. With shipments being, made unci the amount of ore  J,loeked out, the stock is worth  more than the ruling quotations.  Tlie property bids fair to equal  the North Star mine, the, stock  -Of, which is quoted in the neigh-  ijorhood of $l./l(>. To be sure  the Sullivan is stocked for -$5,-  300,000. w-hile the North Star i.s  $1,000,000 capital. All things  being equal Sullivan is worth  fvom 55'to 40 cents, and events  will justify the prediction that  ji wLll soon reaeh that point.  No  SO.  Bull. The group consists of the  Searchlight, Louise. Carbonate  and Statesman. .The work has  been done principally on the  Searchlight, three tunnels having been driven forty, Uventy  and fifteen feet respectively.  The upper one is about HO0 feet  from the summit, another, GOO  feet, ami llie lower about 700  feel. A tunnel will shortly be  started from an open-cut 1500  feet lower down.  Tlie upper tunnel is iii ore  .showing galena and some copper,  the other two copper and silver.  In the various openings there is  ore of a shipping grade on the  dumps".  Mr. Larson is much pleased  with the showing, and0is' of the  opinion that with further development they will have a mine.  PROSPECTING ON BUGABOO.  Good Claims "Located About  Fifteen  Miles From the Columbia  River.  ment continues to send troops to  the frontier, a collission.with intruding Chinese having already  occurred. The .Japanese papers  " v��" I express sympathy with- the   un-  W. A. Maefarlune, who is fortunate emperor of China, but  pleasantly remembered in Fort are unanimous and emphatic in  Steele, left here a few weeks ago I the .statement that an alliance  for a prospecting' trip in the between China and Japan  Windermere country. ��He has | quite impossible,  written a letter   from   Peterbor  TO BUILD THE ROAD.  IS  to  a   friend   in   which   he  Tracy Creek.  The,showings on the numerous claims ih the vicinity of  'Tracy creek,, is excellent, it is  now patent to all, that in a short  time, this portion of tlie district  -will prove another monument to  the mining industry of the' Fort  Steele district.  From the St. Mary's.  .Joe Taenhauser returned on  Tuesday from a trip to his mining claims 01V the upper St.  Mary's. He is enthusiastic over  the outlook and believes he has  us fine a copper-prospect as kcan  be found, in East Kootenay. He  has just, received some assays  from a picked specimen of ore  which gave over 70 per .cent copper. ,   '  Colossal Group. -  Assessment   work    has  ..been  jdloue on this properly.   The tun-  iiei is now in 'about  eighty  feet  with a good showing of ore.   -    I  Nero."  The owners of the Nero claim  have finished the annual assessment, work.  The' Star Group.  .]. Y.  Kesler  was down, from  -  the Star-group of mines,  owned  hy the Bull River  Mining  Company.     He says' the work which  has   been   doue- on   the   White  ���    Swan group has been- most satisfactory.    The shaft is now down  -22 feet  with  ore  from   wall   to  wall, carrying "gold,   silver  and  copper.    There is ore iii  every  opening now made in the entire  group.      An average assay from  jjhc bottom of the shaft including  everything  gave   $10.58   in   all  .^values.  The Itfiekel Mine.  Uob Dore was in town on  Wednesday. He says that in  , lhe nickel property on Wild  Horse creek he has struck- the  main ledge which is ten feet  wide.  This property attracted considerable attention and "finally  got into the courts at Spokane,  but matters have now been adjusted and it "is. to-be hoped that  .from now on we may be able to  record nickel as. que of the minerals to be found in SouthVEast  ���JTootenay. -  ���(, ' Carbonate Group."  Elsewhere will be found a brief,  description of the Carbonate  group of claims at the head of  Sheep creek. The following additional information has been  furnished. As has been.,stated  there are three openings on the  property in the first the tunnel  is in 40 feet and. in running this  tunnel about 50 tons of shipjring  ore was extracted, this ore  carries lead and copper.-  The second lead shows about  one foot of copper' carbonates,,  there isfive tons of this class of  ore on the dump.  The third lead ���shows a strip  of ribbon quartz carrying" gray,  copper, lead and iron, and is  very rich, there1 is two tons on  the dump. ,  r A new tunnel will be- started  on this lea'd further down the  mountain. . ��� '  Mr. Larson brought down  about 50 pounds of ore from, the  big lead this shows a quantity of  copper and ..galena. He also  brought about 50 pounds of cop-  per'carbonates and a sample of  the ribbon quartz. "All of these  samples may be seen at The  Pkospkctok office.  ough  says:  '���Our party ha.i just returned  to Peterborough after . a prospecting trip in the mountains  about Bugaboo creek. While  there we located seven claims  on Copper Hill, which we called  the Bugaboo group.' The assays  are way .up 'running as high ' as  $50 in,gold and 1(5 per cent copper. There are five of us in the  deal, Bob McKeeman, Ed. Ford,  Ed'. Hutchinson, Haines and myself.  "Our find has created , considerable excitement, here. We'  brought down some fine rock.  We believe we have . a good  thing ' to show anyone. - ��� The  group is located about fifteen  miles from the Columbia  river  SOUTH   AFRICAN ��� WAR   NEWS.  When Built Fort Steele Will Be in it.  Interesting Interview With C. F.  Haning-ton, C. E.  C. F. Haiiington.   C.   E..   who  went    to   Winnipeg  to   consult  chief /engineer of construction. | in the quantitv of ore  W. F. Tye,  returned  on  Thiirs  The manager of this-property  .1. Y..Kesler, is of the opinion  that the two groups of miiu-��  will develop into great properties. There is ore in every opening, and as depth is attained  there seems to be no  diminution  Heavy    Fighting*.--Boers -Beaten.���  ' Roberts Surrounding Them.   "  r  Spf-l-l ll In Thk J'KllSl'Kl Tim.  London, July 57.���Lord   Roberts cables that the Boers   were  badly beaten near Balmoral, and  were being pursued by* General  Button  and   Frqnch,''' and    that  General Hunter's command  was  heavily engaged south of  Bethlehem.     An effort is being made,  there to surrouud them.   ',  -   Several Canadians have signed  a statement refuting charges  of  neglect published  in   a.  London  journal.  , A further batch of fifteen invalids started for home on 'Sat-  urdav. , '���    "  "The-Paradise group i.s looking up in great shape.    .     <  "The owners of the White Cat  have a ' pack train of 'fifteen  horses taking out ore from the  property.  "The' Red Line people tell me  that their differences have all  been settled and they are' going'  to tunnel into the mountain., "*  , "Bob 'McKeeman has always  had great faith in the country on  Bugaboo creek. aiid before ��� he  started uortb expressed ihe. belief that there would'yet be some  rich mines in that vicinitv. '  On the St. Mary's.  ,P. W. Yates returned from the  St. Mary's country  on   Wednesday, where he   has  been  doing  assessment     work   on    several  claims    in    that   neighborhood.  The annual assessment work has  been completed on .the Florence,  an open-cut was run for twenty  feet, the ore body looks well and  runs high in copper  and  silver.  On the Queen the tunnel is -now  in eighteen feet, the ore  carries  gold, silver and copper.  On the Lizzie the tunnel   is  in  54 feet frith a good  showing  of  high grade  ore  similar  to  that,  found   on   the   Florence.      Mr.  Yates returned on Thursday, he  will work on several other claims  and   from    the   showings   then  made, will make  a   selection  of  the best,  claims.' "which   will   be  continuously worked next year.  Messrs.. Yates,   Williams  and  McKinnon have iflso  done  considerable   work  on  a   group  of  claims   in   the    DeCella  -basin;  which are looking well.  Mining Notes.  J. Y. Kesler came down from  the Star group -on Tuesday.  When asked how the heat affected him up there he said: "We  do not know what hot weather  is. The snow is still on the  ground and bids fair to remain  for some time.    ���-  Mr. William Bleasdell and G.  Donnelly started on, a prospecting trip last Tuesday. They  took with them a pack train  loaded with supplies.    ���  There is a rumor that". Miller  and the Swede boys have made  a big strike on Skookum Chuck.  it is said there*,is three feet of  copper carbonates on the claim.  A. H. Gracey who was scheduled to be in Fort Steele some  time ago to make an examination  of the Dibble group of mines,  left Nelson on Wednesday night  for Kuskanook to inspect a mineral claim in that vicinity.  The Pedro and cRuby Silver  groups of mines in the Lardeau  country ��� were recently sold to  Philadelphia parties for $150,000.  A few such deals in East Kootenay would be of great advantage  in letting the outside world  know what we have in the way  of mineral.  From Sheep Creek.  There is considerable activity  at the head of Sheep creelc. over  the divide at the ' north ford of  Wild Horse. John P. Larsen  (ijaine down from there on Tuesday. He says.:���'"But little work  has been done on the John Bull  group' this .summer," the work  having been confined to the carbonate group adjoining the John  Notice to Consumers.  The Fort Steele Waterworks  Company request consumers who  use water for sprinkling the  streets,: that, the only time the  use of water for that purpose is  allowed Js'when the whistle  blows and the pumps-are working.,     '.     c.  '   . . ",,'���_'  Waterworks Company.  Big Chief.  Mod McCloud has completed  50 i'eet of tunnel on the Big  Chief. ������������ the ore in' the face 'has  improved wonderfully. Several  specimens were brought down  that ' showed considerable free  gold.      '*'',- '���'"..���   '        ���'.  In a State of Siege. "  St. Petersburg/���And imperial  ukase, . issued today, ordered  that'll state of siege be'proclaimed, in the military districts of  Siberia, Turkestan and   Semenl-  Roads and Trails.     r-  One hundred thousand dollars  is  not  too  much   to  expend  in  East Kootenay on needed improve  meuts.   and  in   the. .building  of  roads," trails and .bridges.      If  sufficient attention will be given  to tlie roads of the district, it is  sure'that many,mines   would -be  developed to a point where they  could ship ore, and the  increas-  ed, .revenue  'from   prospecting  would,more than pay   the  interest  on  the  amount   mentioned.  'Under the" "existin*>' circumstan'-'  ces. the members of the Government,''cannot   possibly "be -well  vei;sed in the needs of the different  districts  and  are   not  in  a  position to know what1 is  absolutely ..required.   ..If  a commission were to be appointed to v.isit  the interior,   upon  their  report  the* Government    would   .know  what, to do.  At present taxation is light,  and.il is. doubtful if anyone  would object, were taxes "doubl  ed, if they could be assured, that  there was to be a largely increased expenditure upon roads  and trails. "It is said that Mr.  Robertson, the provincial mineralogist, i.s strongly in favor of  an inspector of mineral claims',  and should his idea be carried  out aud an Inspector appointed  for each mineral district, the  same officer could act as "superintendent of roads, trails and  bridges.. "  The policy heretofore carried  out of insufficient appropriations  for this necessary work, has resulted in unsatisfactory services  in that none of the work is permanent,' and in the course of a  few years larger sums will have  been expended, than if the work-  had been properly done iu the  beginning.  Of cotr.se it may be  said  that  the   revenues   of   the   Province  would not permit of this  expenditure in the past.    This mayor  may not be true. The conditions, j  however, are now changed, and.  localizing the  statements made!  it is a f act th at th e .revenues, from  South  East  Kootenay  are  now  sufficient to .warrant more liberal appropriations for needed internal improvements of the dis  frict. ���..���������  day evening.  When    asked    regarding   hi.-,  mission  to  Winnipeg -Mr. Han-  ington   said,   "1   can  give Jyou  nothing  definite   I   ant   of   the  opinion however  that   the   road  will   be  built.     I   wilh sav this  'that, my .instructions   were   in  making my recoiiuaisance, lo get  as near Port Steele as  possible!  I ran three lines, one fromySand  creek   which   is    number   one,  number two from  Wardner  and  number three, from the .1 unction.  In my report 1 strongly  recommend number one,   and in  this  Mr. Tye agreed with   me.     ,The  reports of Mr.  Tye  and  myself  together with  the'maps, of  the  routes gone over are now in   the  hands ' of  Mr  Shaughnessy  for  action.  "I can say that tlie road 'will  undoubtedly be built, or rather,  thatis now the intention of the  company to go,ahead with this  work, and it is probable that the  surveys will be made this, fall  and the construction may commence; of ��� this, however, I am  not certain, but can say that  when   the   road'JiMslfjbuiltJlFort  CHINA SITUATION.  Steele will not be overlooked, o  ��� "I expect some definite information, regarding the .surveys  before many days.  , ,v Telegraph Brevities.  Speciiil io Thk J'Kosp'hcTim. '.  Winnipeg, VJuly 57.���The visiting firemen   were  banqueted  in  v.-l  Winnipeg by the local brigade.  Tlie Manitoba license holders  in Winnipeg intend to take action  to fight prohibition legislature.  . The citizens day at Manitoba  Fair, was- attended .by J50.O00  people.*     , '  Rome.. July 27.��� Tho. Pope  has received a large number of  American pilgrims.  Preparingcfor   War.- Two   Hundiai  Converts Killed.  Spi-Cl.ll WTlIK FlIusPKi'l'llK. \  Washington. D. C, July 57.'���  jN'o furtlicr news,from Pekin except   that   a  carrier  stated   the  legations    were   still    standing  -luly  S.      Reports come of   the ���  massacre of missionaries, and  a,  terrible   story   of  50(.)  converts  being  killed  in  a  cathedral   at  Mowkden.       Tho   allied   forces  will not advance on Pekin for  a  fortnight.      Thousands  of Chinese   soldiers   are   arriving    at r  Yank Tse disguised  as  coolies,  and the general tone of the situ-    >  ation is that China i.-.   preparing  for a-war on the powers of Europe.  London; July 57.���While the'  latest' impression derived from  the amiy of conflicting telegrams  from the Far East is' that a portion of the foreign colony at Pekin may have escaped slaughter  until a recent date, the general  concensus of the best informed  opinion of Europe seems to favor  tho acceptance of the worst news  and to advocate prompt action  thereon, -the contention being  that the only possibility of definitely ascertaining the truth i.s by '  fhi! allied commanders enquiring"  at Pekin,  Judging"ti\r..i-  the -^igws< from  From Kimberley.  The  new   railway   station   at  Kimberley will be commenced in  a few days.  The contract for putting in the  new waterworks has been let  and the work is now going ahead.  It is expected that the work will  be completed in a couple of  months.  ���   'There is an active demand for  town lots.   ���  The school house has been  completed aud will be open for  the instruction of youth at the  fall term.  One hundred and twenty-five  tons of ore .is leaving here daily.-  At the North Star.  Kimberley,   13.. C,   July 57.���  C. J. McCuatg. of Montreal, and  Senator Miller of New York, arc  visiting the North Star mine.  The Star Group.  Additional news hiu��  brought down from the  group of mines by B. Utz.  The tunnel is in',55  feet.  been  Star  with  Tien Tsin, .however, 'according  to the divisions among the admirals there, the p'rospest for a,  speedy advance seems to be endangered unless thoGovcrnmor.fc'  speedily agree upon a supreme  loader.  Telegrams from Shanghai  re'  port.that   Li   liuiig'Chang   has1,;  taken up his abode at the arsen-��  al as  a   measure  of  precaution.  Il is not staled whether he feared an attack- by the  Chinese  or,  the attempts  of  the  Powers  to  curtail his liberties.     Apparently tho foreign consuls at Shahg-  hai have  informed   the  Viceroy  that unless he should odtain definite dispatches from   Pekin   iu  five  days  they   would   conclude  the ministers had been   murdered and act accordingly.  Shanghai. July 20.��� A dis**  patch received to day from To"-*  kohama states that the Japanese  division will be landed at Taku  by July ,'i.lst and will reach Tien  Tsin August -'!rd. The legislature of New South Wales has resolved to send a military contingent lo join the Imperial troops.  Tientsin. July 5(5.���The Rus"-  sians announce their intention to  keep control of the entire railway line between Taku and Pekin until the conclusion of hostilities, when they propose, they  hay. to restore it to the Chinese.  Application Dismissed.  The ' application   for   an   iii  junction to restrain "the. return  ing officer of the Ca.ssiar districts''icheilk' nm] t,ult  al1 'reservists  making  an  official  return came j hl those districts'be called to the  up  again   this   morning   before ico,()rs"       '        _1  Mr. Justice Drake and   was  dis- Protect Korea.  inissed with costs.  E. C. Egan Returned. '  E.   Cd Egan   arrived   iii   Port  Steele.on Thursday.    It is near-,  ly a year since he' was last hero.  In'speaking of the-'north  and  i - ��� ... i I  south railway Mr. Egan said in  his opinion the company had decided to build the road, and  thought  the  surveys   might  lie  Yokohama. -- Torean  govern   made this fall.  an eighleeiirfoot face. .There i.s  eighteen inches of carbonates on  the hanging wall, with iron and  copper. Next.to the carbonates  there is 55 inches of solid 'copper-and gold ore and .eighteen  inches .-of heavy mineralized  quartz on .'the footwalld-    ,  There are seven leads traversing the properly" all carrying  the same character of ore and  with the same surface showings.  Recent assays of the ore, from  the 55 inches, gave 11 per cent  copper'with silver aiid gold.  Admiral Seymour s'.ronirlv  disapproves allowing ihcm io  repair the line beyond Tientsin.  Hr considers the. British should  insure tlie undertaking and conduct the repairs. -Meanwhile the"  French are endeavoring to obtain control of all the river tnys.  It,-is believed tliey intend to  share the," control   Wj|,|,   K,,Ssia.  IX the foreign ministers wore  started from Pekin under escort,  of Imperial .troops oil;the l.Sth.  it'would take about four days  for them to reach Tientsin.-"���'it  is possible that tlie legations and  their escort .arc now in touch  with (he allies in Tientsin.  o  i.  ���1  31  ^1  a ��l THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT S^EELR, P. C JULY 5*^. IfiOa
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iiiuiul tht-tii..   lli:K<>!:::. lHtlli:i;l.M; ii lilcyclc nt,anyone j-lse.no iniitltr wll..ui-..li..>y
clicii|i,writ<-:iiWiirt(n.-t. lis tell you liou-liiiicli ive cnii save you mi tin- nanie iiuichinc.  "• Sp -
I r vim IIUIDI r 1.   D|!V> wheel we-..-iin nwlstyoll to h.VKN  A HIC1 Cl.t. 10 "is-;
iiie    UNABLE 10   BUT trilmtlli1:i.iitnloi.'ii(.»roi-ilsare>vdI,ys,   AVe need one person
lsiliiir|iose.-«'«1l«.vi)nov..|-aMmiidr«lKE<;«.M» HASU WIIEKI.* taken Hi trade-whliih we,
*lll cncli: nlH'imilni! sliopworh siiliiples nllil'9'J ni(Klel» very cheap.   Send tor Birsjln l.l.l.
i i V Isunqiiestloiied. . Wo refer to iiny liatik or business house in Chlcaco, or any; e^ireiis or
Wb will send you letters of reference <flreet from the IiiiRest banks in CbivaKO If you w fh It.
nDliCD lodiir.   This low price and thesonpeolal terms of shipment without, dopoeit will
: UnUCII lie wlUidrawn -very BOOH.   tSTOive nnnie'of this paper. '   •'   ;■•'  i"
MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Chicago?m.
,^"-;-|8p^
SAUBEfiRlKC
Ball Bearings' iu a Sewiug Ma- .■; ■
chine.    The weakest woman can 7
ruii  the   ELDREDGEB. without
■       7 harm:to herself, or. even getting.
i,,;; tired.    It's just fuu  for awell   «
■        woiuanto run it.   It is noiseless;'
i       -has self-threading shuttle,; 'auto*:'.    '
inatic bobbin -winder; 'complete' ■■•'
;-..... set., of ..attachments..   A perfect-'...
machine.at a low price.   AHar-.':l:<■■
ranted,for five years.i   No other
1      ,.v.asrgood' at anywhere near  tlie
. price. Insist pu'liaviiiry Eldredge    -
-■'   B.. .There is an Agent for it iu'    ' "...
'..- 7  your town. -:
... MA^-CrACTTTREn BY TnE' 7
National Sewing machine co.j
NEW   YORK  AND  CHICAGO.'
The second largest SeivitiprSrachinel-acton-Iti
'   CUT OF PART OP STAND OF THE Use world-wit"- a capacity of seven hmirlred and.'.
ELjDREDGE B. gntty-four machines per 3ay; tote Eldredge .Mis.
d.7S©05dI7|ME
-. ■ - -,:' ";'-'?----.'-..'i-:..-.-i-:. - ,.'■■''■'"'Atifi ■.-.■y---yr .."-'■ A <£)'A"'
jV: Tlie^DrfiiyVSpi'viciiiB
r-.;i-.d 'd'd7;V'v Auyi-rmA^Ai-ii-'.-:Vf'V
h.A^.J..-A^:i;'AA:^!^::Z^^M'''
Impemaly;-,:-'.;-!^^
ddv   71 iislitji"ttI'Jltpd"
•>■   v-    :7 V';:;-,- '■'-< .I,' ■'■"■    7    ■■■.'■  7."    ■-."•:.,; -..-  "■ ;. e: , .
7 dJune 10thV from Vancouver V,
'.".y June VI Ith, *- froin;: Montreal dV
Wi 1 ]: give c-iiickest'. ti me;--betweeii
OCEANlii^OGEAN
X' ". .,'•'..     .V;:■.l^:.~T-V^'0?s"t;bC-^dd;.■ ..^'A^  ; '.'^ ..
£ AMERICAN ; CONTINENT        '
Daily Express Service via Crow's
V,. Nesl; roiite. t:o! aiid7frbni    ■. : -
Land Purchase.■;
.:" \.y '■-.,:;■■,":d";.NqTlC"B;-i.-. y:yyly'A;l'-'ly
■•',':',:*flxt-y days fi-(iiii:diitij'l !intt'nd■ to, ajiply. io
ihe Chief (,.'priJmissioiiei-of T.ands/.ind Works
foi- permission:to iiiii-chast; the--'foilowinn. iie.s-
crlbc'd.lttiiii. in 'Soiiili; .Kast l-ro6ien!iy':;? Com-;
nieuvIiiKnt, the north west- 'eonier of Jlelnnes.
piirehasid' llieiiee iiorth Hi) chains;: thent'e east,
ill eliains: tljc-nScsbuih Sflehains: thence .west
^0eliains to.the place. of,h(.'«iniiin(,'.7 Corns!iniiii,'
three linndred and uventy acres inoi;o,or less. ",'
.: ri 7-d7vd yA AA"n7a7 \va*; 1^1X01-:h. 77/
■'■■'   FcirtSteeie; H:-ft.,--.lune..27;'' il>00d;JdS^-d  7
- 'A;.;VV-::7d';,-:77; NOTICE.*.; A-AAA^i/iM
-..; 7^Sixty days from.daie V intend to.; lipiilS' . to
Lite ciiiefCoininissioner ■of'i'fc.iintis. andV Works
for, peVinission to purchase the foliowint,' ues-
.ci'ibed: laiid iii;'SouihVvEa'si.:ICooteha.v::: Com-'
ihei!cingalithe'nqi-th7west: corner of .Mcluncis
p^lrehVlss^'<tlienco:ri6rth8flcllairi's:'■ ihe.ntre iwest,.
JO chaiiis:7.ihence!south>80:dthence.-ieasi! '40
^chaius'ttvOio'plac'e^
th ree' liuiid rett a nd iwe ti ty licre'sd   : -'y .'■ ~y~,; ■;
• 'AAAA^;yryA]iyvij^4^iP.^i^^.AA
t ..«„-. l->ri:.Sieele.t.lt.,C:j..liine_27id90y.J; did. lAyii.
AAy:'AAi- d'd NOTICE. 7 'y.AyAy i'l A.
.....'.Sixty days froiii.date I intend to iipply to the
Chief Commissioner, of :i Lahd's7 and- Worlds ..for
permissioiiio piirchtise the 'following described
land iii SoutluEast-ICobteiiay: ;G6iniiieiicing iif
the south west corner, where 1 have planted the
initial post 2t> chains east from the nortii .west
corner (if r.ot 780. Group l7 Kboteiiay District:
(tlieneeeiisl; HO.cliaiiis: ' tlieiicenorih, 20 chains
liibre: or lesi* to" the south. line ot'Chapmaii's
preTeinption: thence west a loni.' said south line"
to.'Chapiiian's south west,corner:-.thence north
•JO chains, thenee west W chiiins:, thence south
■10 chains to place7of Shciiinninj?.-' Coniainim,'
24S acres more or loss.; , ■■'•■•'''.'    " ~-~:'. ,.-;
'd";'-d   17:   C.,F.HAXNIN"G'r0N7    V
d Fori SiceU..; I.I..C....Tuiic 27.1000."  .-7 7
;,-;,',;..;. t;':.;-.'   .   ■'-' 7 NO"TICEd: A'-' .'A\ ' I
■'..'; I. inteiid sfxiy"' diiys^from date tdiipply to
theChief.Commissionerof. Lauds and.'.Work's'
for permission'u'i purchase/ the.' -i"pilpwinj-,'de.s-
cribefl land in Soiitli I3ast ICobTenay:.7.Coin-
nieiiciiii.' til tlio norlh -east" t,'onioii'Of; Jit-rnnes
purehlise: llieiiee south HO chains io iibrtli.liiie
of 'IvOl'.SU,,.Group '-I::'._llieiiee east "SOcluiitis to
cast-iiiiii of Lot SI.O, G roup, .1:.; theiicp nnrili; 20
chains ip.soulh line,ol'.ljot 780. Gi-otip I;'..'lliiineii.
west iiloiiu- said south liiie to south west.corner.
of said'I'jOt 7K0: tlicncy iiortii'40cha|n.s: llieiiee
\vesit;.20 Millijis.11101:0. or, less 10 pliice",'of liesfin-
iiing. Oimiitiniuij- 2:1". acres more or less: .'
,:'■'' ::  .'   ■'. ',:\.3': A. HAH.VHV.   ':
;;      |.-oi-t Sii-el'e. ,lV C7 .I'line 27!'li)(it). ' •'    7,,   ' ...
,    I
E. A. EliiTOIVr, Agent.'  Fort. Steele, K.C.
' ImpuovFjD service'611 all Kootenay local Rail and Steamer
Lines.' --- : A...  c
.,-.     CLOSE CONNECTIONS'   ;     "
!.  '';       THROUGHOUT     V
Be on lookout for' full  details
of new' service
oarticular to     >
and..-.applj-   for
-,' .. -.;• '■■ NOTICE.-, -7 A'A .-. : "■;:
'* Sixty days Iriiiu ilii.te I ititehil to-apply "m
Iiie Chief CoininissiiiMcr of,.Tjiiitds and Wiirks
for peruiission" lo ' purchase'the' following
ilcscribcdlaiul in South Mast, ICooteuay.' C'oin-
iiienciiiK at the nin-ilt east, 'curlier ofijOtWir,
Group , I., ICooteiiny. t.honci: eiisi,.S0 elniins:'
thi'iice noi'lli 10 chains run to Wild Horse crock
tlience'wust alon>r Wild ilorse creek to place of
ln.'j,'inniii;-r.. ■ t.'oiiiaiii.inf.- .'.ilin-o hundred acres
nion.ior Juss.     . -
'd ..'"",''        '.-.'-.'    7    '   W."U. HOSS.
Pined-m' I-'iirt Steeie. H. <.}.. ,Imn- 27. I1KKI.
AAAAAAWATERyHOTlCEAyAAAlly
''/'■"•,,>'i»tiu'c7y
,'p]i»;i'it;ioii. wiltliciiiHcle i.iiiiclerd.Piirt/II.
.of ,;,.<.'\V«i'tciV]Cliiii*cy';|.C()ii.^
:lSJ)7i"..'t,p fecoftl: liiel^i-iyht.;ttdtaiceditli-
yei-tj^biiycy7 an(l"iiHe.:w!it(jp,}ir/t.lie; lOitsst..
JCbotohii'v Disii'actdi'oi-iii'ilihai'^xliiines-^
tie and 'ntf i-icix 1 tn ra.1.- pit i-1 idsois:    ■--,,•: -Ay-
"7 :(«)l7Tlie, n;ii-iic,,bf thcjiii'pliwiiiti^is:.tlie
/Intliuii'Doiii'ti'tiiioht per^R;7|..";:T.dOali
:l:u'iutli7-;'-77-.'7-;7;._dd: ■,:A:.ly'.ylAA>lA'^-i
.-'■:■■■'(6')>;TJic naiiie.al':tlie.laliqi7stt'eam7'oi'
\&xkrcii4s'(i.l''Miiihan'hlitf^
Phillip^ crocks;' AA: A: 7.7d:;. d'7?'•■ 7/vVi':-,.
'd(c):-'7.T.iic'-')ibVn'M
ed"fliti:h;Kt!;id'-is at'oi7 lieaiythc'BoitiKl-
ai-^ffoiacii. oit^rid 'Pliillip^,jVpt^8tl.;f';!'77
':.;ii-The"'-p6ini;.,'^-lieraj.t.is'.'.o';be':;i^
iis'^Ut' tlj'c-.tnternsit'ipn'Kl; Boundary, -y AiA
"d Tliei;tlHVerehce"i'.in.;Va'ljiiiu_ilc';lictwceri
V tK& 7 noi ii t b t d ia" crs ion 7 a ii d7 th e poi n ti
i where it. is to he rettiriidd i^ . alioitt six
;■',.'.i.(i7-).\'J.'lic'nieaiiss'.by whioli it'is';iiiteiHl:
ed to store and diviirt'.the^watei' is 7by
an oi'iliiiitt'y irrigation.dit!(;haiHV/tluine'
j.to.-.b'c^constrti.cted ovei* part^'of 7LOtd2S9r
and7the Tudian Rescryed-vdyd d;7 .; ■■:,'.'■.
i(c)': The ".niinibei'. of' inches' ajipliey
for is One,Hundr<ad.'.7',7^e777 :: 7- lAAA'-A
,(./').' 't-lie water...i.s   inquired   f0i:7 domestic and ii't*i»atioh pufpoSes.    •; "..-■',,,:,
..'((/)' Tlip hind or inine1 on ' which .the
avater is to lie used is the -Tobacco
Plains Indian Rbseryo.d, .   <; -   .'/'',..,
7.(A)7.Tl,iis.noti(;e \yits.])ublishe(l on'the
2Stli day of J'u'rio,- lOOO.'aii'ii'-. application
Av-ill be madeto the- Commis^iiniei' 7on
the ^iOth day. of ".fii'lydiybbd/; ;V.:'7;V.V,
(«/(/ii'(/((rf)>K.^
,7 7' .',;■ ■ 7 ' ;'.; ■'",.:, d;-., ■".". 'indiaii Afyeii't.":
■.rAOi'AddrfissyAFu^
| W. F. ANI)l*jl.i.S<')i\    ., ]'....l. COI'I.I'"...'
iT.I'.A.. Xolson. A.Ct. I.'.A., Vancouvi:!'.'
!■ M"fkl IMP-».«sciEif nPie
THIRTY-niWiH YEAR
c'MILLAN-FUR & WOOL CO,
' EXPORTER8 AND IMPORTERS.
. 200-2(2 First Ave. North, Minneapolis, Mm.
^     -      ' • ■   - j-      .,
EBFWrite ^<sr ®isr Circullar. -unci Sec the Prices Wc Pay."^';
I        24PaR<;s:   Weekly-':  Illustrated. '
flNDISI^NSABLE-■.'■'±
I  ;   TO MINING MEN..
.$3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
MINING-Scientific PRESS
330 MARKET ST.. SAK FKAWCISCO, CAI-.
■-.-'    ,-.- 7     NOTICE. "-,'■"'
. Sixty il:i.\-sTi-oiu ihiiI.-I .iaiiMiil to upply to
tin.-Chi...!' i.'iiiriiniss-;rmi..i\uf Liiinls nn'il Woi-Us.
l'oi:'])ui'-iiiissinu lo piirulinso Hit. .follriwlnj.' ck-s-
e'.-llied 'lilml in Soulh .K'iisi rCiiottiiii.v.d't.'oni-
ttu.'Ui'ini;- nl tin- M'.n-lh ..-iisti-iii-iii.T of Alt-Iniu-.-,
piirrh;!-,.-. iIh-ir-.. u.'.ri li, sii i-liii'ins': ' i,1i..-lii-i.- -■;isi
IP elniins: Uii-m-t- .soutli -JiV<-li:iins lnori- nr i.-ss
lii.-ilif- imrtli lin-' ul' Dijti(i\-iiii>. i*it-o-t'iitiiLi..ii.
Ilit.-iict- \\L.st Jiiiiti^ .--iiiti nnrili iinii ^'(i rhaiiiN
iiinri-or If.ss ti..; nortii west dii'iH-i- ol' sniil .')o'n-
oviiiis pi'i'-i-iiipiimi. tlitiiic't- siittili -in t-litiiiis
uiiirr. orti-i-.s;- i.ln-iici^H-i'si to pliii-o ol' li.-ijiniiiiii,'
i.'iH'iniins MKu-i- i.f !.-ss. r-oNi.:iinii!ir 'H~. iit-n-s
lilin-r or Irss.
M. a. i;i.'.Ai,t:..
I-Virl. Stin-lf. II. I '.. .Iirin.. -17, IWHI.
ADVERTISE.
•■ ..■    in ';'■
THE PROSPECTOR.
'The v IYIiIwaiikee?
7 ; A;'71'juniliiU" name for the d^hicao-p.
.-Nl.ii-Wiiilcee & St. Paitl:J{!i-ii,\y.!iy;'.'l-iii)AVii
till-over t.he'vc*!iion as; the: Great- Railway, I'linniiio-'-.the •\l3iijneer %imitbil",y
trains ey'c.ry day and'niy-ht-between' St.,
Paul,...ahil- 'Chieti^'b;" and ; Omaha;..and
Cliicao-o. ;'Tlie Duly perfect' trains ui
tlie world.v ;Uiidei|sUiiitl: ..(.'orinectioiis!
are niade with ' All7 Ti'anscont.inental
Lines, assuring- "to passdno-ers the best
sei'vii.c-' known. •;; l^nxurious ' i-.tiac.lies;
elei''l.i'i<'"liVlit.s, rit.eain-li.oat-, of id verity
,e(|iiali'd l.iy no tillier Uiie. .771
Si.-e -tihat. yoni.' ticket reads via■ vTlio
.Mjhvaukee"-when y;oiii<f' to any'point
iidilii.'.l'niltid Stales (ir Oanuda. . All
tickel aji-eiits'sellthem.■:, . , i;
"' For rates, pamphlets or cother inl'oi'-
matioii, atlilress, ... ;,:      ',;    ;
.1; W. CASKV. ."■    ' ('.dl. KMtivV
,    -I'riiv. l'liss. Alii...  .■'        di'lii.'i-iil Af-'i.'iit.   -
Bio.A'rrr.'ii, wash...   i'ortijA.nmj, oi;
7t;;rd;'';d7;:;;7wA.TER:;;NOTiCEridd7 Vv,':dV7:
d''.-vXb'l'iCK .Is.litirclJy'yiveri 'tliiit7;tidiii)i)lie;i-^;.;
iio.ii.';.wlli..-;bi;.:'m'iulc.;,'>iii<li*v--'J"ai't.iil;-;'pr^
Clii'tises Consolitlidccl-Aei. li-07,"-,tp -recoi-il.".'tlie;;*-'"
rii;'iit,to.t:iUe;7'liyei'tl eqiivo.v.ant" nsol.'jWiilor,,-"™-.:
7tlie7lOiist, KptVtuuH.v DisU-ic-t'7;foiv;ddliniU-.\", VlO
'•inesl.ic;''iii,'i'icuilui"il'.'li.'iir|ipse.ii: AAl--A-'''::"ly..A=;
d -■("("(.) ,'Thti" naiiie.()f;tiie7 ap])ltcaritdi^?
.-■-- :.-."-.    ..-'■ ■ .-■". -- ;.-..    .:.-.,.- -.'.--,,   ,  ■■'. ..,'   "   .{.'■   '"'   '■'-'--,
i.Uie7..7rndjiin.;',pepai:tiiieiit:- peid;R.I'ly TAl
^G;ribi*aitli7|AdentV'!.7.v7VVt:V.;VVVV
:-,.-£7('V;,).''°^
'.br::sp.un;c'.ft._(<X,ii?i»tei)icrt^
w)7a7;stiiall- streaiid7i'isi)i^;7^
Gi'tiupT, Kast Kbbtenay- I Misti'iet.77v.;;;,,,:..
Vd:(c7)*'■ :The;;point!-"of; diversion-;oi's;iit^T
^tehded7di tchdheiidV is, ;'nc'iu*.- Uve7SbtiUi7d
East'7C'ofiiei'7 ofVBot ^S77('Al.iPh;liipp>ad
A'idii)l' 'riierriiieans7byV>,,',Ij''l'7,'frs;i»-;;-jV
::teridMrb:;^ore5iiiid. divert' the^vatetd-is;:.'.
b'ydan' "bi'^iharydirri^ationddlii^^'d"11^^1-
tlume^ to ^bed constructed f. byer 7 par tJbA7;
:Lot,:4S7V'G;rpiip:'r^';;i3ast^
Jriotj;tlie:prbi)erty7bfV>I;-;Phillipps77r.^
Ts-'d(£0:-;-;"lMie^
"pi';'is.six"((ii}.:;':';,';, 777,7 yiA^iAiAA'AAyAy
iAi(if-)'ls The.watedis^reqtiireddfor;db-77;
lbestic and,.irrigation, purposes^dd ■ :7,';.',,;v
d7J(y*.),ii:Theland:bti;whi(:h;the water A'A:.
Uthe; used is on die [iidiah'''';Resei',fe7(i.r 7
the Tobacco Plains, Band; A 'AAy'yiAy.y'
■■■':: '(h:) This, notice Avas;iirst;published7d
'piV' the Hith'day; of .1 tine; 1 i'00; 7ahd ap1-7.
•plication, willbe madeto - the;!Coimnis--;.h
sioner,oil"the 2Jth.'day ,of,<.j'.uly',; 1!)0.0.: ,7 7
%Sii/Mii'ii,re)^
A:lA:y'y .,; ,'-7"7 ; '7::   ;'V';:..'/.Indian "Ayentd ;■;:.
(JJ: 0.7vlddress)-:- PortSteele.dBVcV;'.^V
r.'ih
AlA.
"lit."-.'.!;'-".
50   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anvnnf- ni'MilliiK HHkolnh unit ttoflcriptimi may
iiuh.'ltlv ;irii:i;i-l;iin our opinion 1'ruo wlmtliei'-an
iilvi-iitinii in prolial.lv piitoiitalila <-onnintni<.n-
t,i.iliH»ti-i|.|lyi.i.nllili-iitiiil. l!iiliilli.ioi:oii l'lili-.til.n
HCtil. Iri'i". OPI.i.st iiL-i-iii'V foi si-riliiiitr iijitmns.
l'lili'lllM laUnn |lirntli.-.ll .Mnull ,t Co. riwulvi!
s-;ii'..|'ill ;i..'f ic,', wilhi.ul. (ili.-irtrt:, in llio.
Scientific American;?-;'
A liiiiiilsiiiiielvlllii.itmloil wcolily. l.iii'KCul-rlr-
i-iiliKluii of ii'nv Hi-ionlllln Joiiniiil. ;i in-ius,-l-l a
vi-nr: rtiiit- niiiiiMis. *l. Holil Uyall iii-wmliiiiU.ru.,
^0NN<H,o.^,Uru'-,d^'N
iiiimi-ii t.ifflci), ra'. |." w., Wnsiittiutt.ii. ii.r.
:Ag-eii'ts:d-C;aiiadians:-'.won:t':' be"-'''.'hbjj.il-.
.77:;VVvinkedV -'Opposition lwoks coiivf7;
: '"■''-•' plefely snowed hnder. ,-■■' O'iii1; niatii-
■ -" inbth'Tvvp-VbliinieSvork^'on, 7,Boei:,--
■'': "Britisli Wai'"'aiKl" o-euuinedLiiCe of
A' Alpody-7'3,\veepi'nK-l)evei;ytliing-7,,i'ron^,
..tlieifptith.' 7 f So'iid yb'ui' addrcss.'aiid--
Al.-■"yet'-.piit'its;.,fpiieic^77 :■-■■_■ > y<: -■-,-- ..->'■ ..7
thk fjiNS^o;r:iv.!;'yitr.isiiVNG;coMi'"AdiY7/
.7,:,.,,."7'.7;...77d7.'7.'".;d:''.,^v;7;-,i:" ;.;■ Toronto'..'.:
Ag-eiits:---• 'War i 11.S01 itli 'Africa.y Two-"
,' volinneti.-. .First :i.*oiivs'£i.iiH.."t;onij)lcLe"--
-  liisitiry of couiUi'y and-war lb .date:'
* . tells aboiit bin;. ;e(.'iiii.ii.ig'onts;'-'y,i.vii'i'g:'.'''.'"
■ ..- .iiitiiies'iif ollipers aiid ineii." SeconcT ,
voluine j.o.'be publislieti  wlien. 'win.'...
7 .is over.    .Only d'nnadiiiii'iiiaiiufae-'
'■ 7  't-iii'od   lipolv.      h)vei'ybody tjancelsd.
"'■'■    their -ordtSi:  I'tii* :7Ann.'i'ican Jibbks-s
;   when . seeind" 'ours.     I i'.4a hii.st.-ler'd'
i.lijs is'your'ffiilil ,mine.    I 'i'Os|li.'t:tusf.
;-      i'ree. d   '-   -.- ,: '-'.  :'\'A:i ■■'■'' '." v:'->;-;
Bradley Garretson Co., Ltar
=   "'•■'■-.•<'-'.;      BKAN'I'TOItb. ON'!*. ■
Agents:—.People. ,.wPn't.   be; .decei veil
•with .American Histories of the war
■published,' now,-as the wa'r is'oiily
• --'.coiiimenei'd';" .IjTandl'i.: t.iuiv, iwd-viil-7.
. umo,Canadian.manufacturi'd. work.
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. :''i'-| THE PKOKj'Et.TOK, FORT STEELE,.];   C. JI/LY -j*,. hop.  C^ite i?r4?0iri?jcto^  SATUKIJAY. JULY -2$, ���.wo.  SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY.  ."Mines all Over the  District. -Development Work Being Pushed.  ���TS Ahij incur.''  ��� The Fort Steele mining country is all right.   Sand creek, Elk  and Bull rivers is a copper zone,  JVfaus,   Lost    and    Wild    Horse  creeks constitutes the gold zone  running in a northerly direction.  .North and  .west  the  silver-lead  .zone comes in, .equalling', in   im-  juiensity .anything seen   in  any  .,  - <iountry.    The copper and gttlena  lire  in  combination  on  the  Sl.  Mary's, aud   there  is  no  doubt  but many large  and   prosperous  shipping mines will be added   to  the present shippers, during the  <r"omiug year.  Wri^D   HOKSK  CUKK1C.  Wild Horse one of tlio largest  -tributaries of the Kootenay river, rises in the main range of  this -Rocky Mountains, and includes uu area of twelve square  smiles. The 'country formation  is porphyry, slate and lime, aiid  the ledges are of great extent  and width, carrying five gold  find  sulphurets,    silver,   copper  , and galena. ���   Many, rich placers  ;u*e fou nd ton the  creek and  its  ,   tributaries.     Among  the  many  ��� /gold, quarts* ledges now being de-  weloped are the Big  Chief,   Dupont,  Dardanelles.   Bald   Moun-  itain.   Doherty,   Colossal,   John  * JBull group, Golden Five, Emer-  ?j,ld. Bill Nye, Kootenay King,.  Gold Bug, and numbers of other  claims under different stages, of  (development.      ' " "   A  '    LONE  STAR' AN'D   KQUATOK. ,  These mines are' on  the east  .fork of Wild Horse creek, about  -twelve miles from. Fort Steele,  inid   are  accessable by  a good  wagon road for ten miles; thence  fay. a good trail to the mines.   In  -the immediate vicinity is an  unlimited supply of timber suitable  .lor mining purposes, which can  bo had for the, expense, of' cutting and hauling,   there  is  also  and abundant supply  of  water.  "Tdie  properly  consists   of   two.  full claims InOOxloOO1 feet- each  four fI-/.-1 ol carbonate'-*, load and  ���"ilvi*r. Those lends are traceable for about cigiil hundred foot  with a trend northeast and south  west, and stands perpendicular.  The wails are of diorite aud porphyry, and altogether tlie claim  is one of great interest and high  promise.  'divide-  to catch  SAFE IN PEKIN.  ���   Washington,  cablegrams,  ��� "The vein is a true fissure cutting,  , the formation northeast to south-  ���west, and  has  been  prospected  for a distance of GOO feet.  Several   open-cuts   have been' made,  two in particular showing a solid  face of mineral 12x0 feet'.     The  vein is covered by a heavy  iron  aap ten feet- in  thickness.     Development work consists of several open-cuts, and two   tunnels  ' in fifty and sixty feet respectively.    The ore is saffiorite, carrying gold, silver and  iron.     As  United      States   , Minister     Conger  Cables his Government.  Washington, D. C, July 20.���  The Chinese minister has just  received a .cipher cable from  Minister Conger at Pekin. It is in  the State, Department cipher and  is transmitted through the Tsung  Li Yamen and the Shanghai Tai  Toi.'  It contains'about fifty words  and is signed in English with  the name Conger. ��� Tho minister  has taken il to the State Department.  1 At 2:40 i\. ni. Minister Wu  handed tho Conger message to  Secretary Hay. No doubt was  expressed by the Slate Department otticials as to the authenticity of the message. Mr. Conger's telegram is as follows:  "In British Legation under  continued shot aud shell from  Chinese troops. ���Quick relief  only can prevent massacre. "  The message i.s not" dated, but  it is understood it was sent from  Pekin on the 18th.  July '20.��� Two  bearing tidings of  the unfortunates 'beset in the  British Legation in Pekin, were  received this morning. .'  , First came a short, sharp word  from Consul General Gooduow  at-Shanghai to an officer of the  State Department. He gave notice that Minister Conger had, at  last been' heard from' directly,  and that his words- were on the  way to the State Department.  Scarcely had the cheering  news reached Secretary Hay before Minister Wu came tearing  down the asphalt streets from his  Legation in, his automobile,  bearing' in his own hands the  serious message from Mr. Con-  ger.  Mr. Wu himself was ignorant  of, what he badhr his^'liaud because the message was in"' the  State Department cipher, an apparently meaningless mass of  figures and "periods.  After the work of, translating  the cipher into English had been  completed Secretary Hay betook  himself to the War Department  to convey the news to Secretary-  Root and to Secretary Long,  who were together at tlie time.  After a short consultation in  Secretary Root's office, Secretary Long upon emerging' said  heir   liiuv   before cookn.ij- him.    Minister Wu.  in this   city,   declare.-, '-hat    tlio  power.-,   have   intentionally    delayed going to tiio rescue of the  endangered   diplomat-"   in   order  lo let   their  murder  furnish   au  excuse for partition.     This is of  course, absurd, but it  serves  to  call attention lo the fact that the  allies of Tientsin are more occupied in keeping their   hands   on  their hip pockets  and   watching  each other than they are iu moving forward loyally to the  suppression of   the "Boxers.     Even  [ by concerted action   the ��� powers  will certainly not  have a  walkover.      For instance it is known  beyond doubt that -k'O.OlMJ  German rifles aud no one knows how  many more were   imported   into  China   within    the   past   year.  Twenty thousand Europeans aud  Americans, besieged iu Tientsin  are'gradually losing ground, al-j  though lighting behind intrench-;  I  ow is  time  During the last two months the recent development of the district around the North  Star and Sullivan mines and the extraordinary discoveries made would guarantee the  welfare of three or four towns. As there is  only our  metits.   The Boer war has shown  how difficult it i.s for the bravest  men to capture trenches defended by arms of precision.-    How  large an army then   it   is asked  will  l)e   required   to    turn , the  tables and drive  the  unnumbered Chinese from their defenses?  It is believed here that this  will  be done sooner or later but when  it-is  accomplished,   what  then?  Will Russia and France attempt  a grab game.     If.Europe cannot  settle the Chinese question without war among  the, powers our  civilization isbut a sham and  a  pretence.  Advertise the Town.  Fort Steele needs advertising  in the outside world.     It is easy-  enough to convince a person, as  common reason is the master  of  any argument, that Fort  Steele  is the best point in  South  East  Kootenay   for.   investment,   but'  what needs to be done is to draw  those   people   into  the  district,  who have money to seek investments.    - There is no bettor way  of doing this   than  by " advertising to  the  outside  world  what  the town of Fort Steele'is today.  Elk Biver.  The Apache mineral claim is  situated on the south fork of Elk  river. The ' development work,  consists of about 200 feet of tunnels and drifts. The, vein is  twenty'feet in width. The ore  is a quartz carrying gold and  copper, and lie's in ,a slate*and  lime contact.  Just across the South Fork  are located some fifteen or twenty  claims. The ore on these claims  carries copper1" in more 'or kiss  quantities.  jay returns give a value of *5 in | "We are a11 veiT happy over the  good tidings. I have hardly had  time to think* of the exact effect  of the, news on the, situation,  but it removes one of 'the .great  elements of doubt and leaves us  fret) to hopo for tho rescue of the  foreigners in Pekin.  "It is a great victory for the  Slate Department of the United  States, Every country in Christendom' was employing every  agency in its possession to obtain authentic news of the besieged, Ministers and tho United  Stales is the first to give lo the  world authentic and absolutely  reliable word from tho place in  which the beleaguered ministers  are garrisoned.  .-gold and 23 ozs. in silver.  WILL   PUT   LV   MACIIJjN'ISKY.  -  , We learn from' owners of  quartz claims that if is their in-  liontion to push the development  of their properties', and it is safe  .to say that a large amount of  machinery will be placed on a  , ���lumber of properties, and thus  insure the future of Wild Horse  .creek as a quartz mining  camp.  ���'I'ltACY, LKWIS        AND J.VASA  -   .UUKKlvS.  There has been over  100   loca-  .tions made in this portion of tho  .rflislrict   during    lhe   past  four  .jMjars, divided almost equally between   Wasa,   Lewis,   Wolf  and  'Tracy  creeks.      At   this   point*  many claims are being  developed, and the showing  of   miuo'.al  is not excelled anywhere  in   the  Kootenay valley.    In this  vicin-  'iiy we find large bodies of freehold quartz, gray copper, galena  and. copper. Recent assays show  that nearly all of the  ore   found  is of a high-grade.  Weaver Creek.  We learn that a number of  claim owners in the vicinity of  Weaver creek have beeii engaged in doing the annual assessment work. Mr. Parker .has  represented the Prospector's  Dream. Bendor'and Parker.  Grouse Mountain.  Development work ��� i.s going  ahead steadily around Grouse  Mountain this summer, and  while a small amount of ore may  bo shipped, the existing 'condi-  tious will prevent anything iu  the way of large ore shipments,  there will no doubt be sufficient  work done to put several properties in shape lo ship as soon  as transportation facilities offer.  ',-'.   TN  SIGHT-OP-TOWN..    -.  The Nina claim isd located, on  ''tube hill this side of. Four-Mile  ���creek. It is right in. sight of  .town, and is traversed by three  distinct leads. One,is three feet  in width carrying grey copper,  -gold,''and silver. The second  lead-shows two feet of fairly  s,blid galena, and the third shows  Chinese Situation.  Washington,    July     :!4.���The  Chinese situation, in the view of  administration officials here,   is  rapidly  resolving   itself.      The  powers are lining up  either  for  or against the partition  of  that  empire,  oil  the  one, side being  France and'Russia, and  on  the j  other  -the,-.-.rest;'of   the   world.  That is to'say, .;'it- appears���. that'  the powers, instead  of  working  loyally-   for  the suppression  of  what is undoubtedly  a  terrible  danger to the whole world have  already begun to split  into  factions oyer the chances for territorial spoils, heedless of-the-fact  that they have first to make sure  that there will be any  spoils  to  Perry Creek.  The mines in   the   vicinity  of  Perry creek are rapidly  coming  to the  front.     This  portion  of  the district is noted as  being a  gold region.     The  ore   is free-  milling, and the veins or ledges  large.    A large number of pros--  pects are located in this vicinity.  We learn-,that" a.-sta.nip.inil]   will  be  iii   operation   on   the   creek-  some time during this summer.  ^DT CHEAPER       d  CALGARY FLOUR  BUT.-BE'tf If than AN* other  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  KIMBERLEY  and that in a central position be sure and invest now, as the town is just beginning to  move rapidly.  Lots $JSO to  $500  Applj* to  ���N. A. WALLINGER,  , * * ��� ��� r  ��� A , ' * - ** i u  Fort Steeile^ B. C.  95  IS Pt*I*IjISII!"D KVKKV SATUKDA V, AND HAS A  CiU.VKAN-TUKD CIRCULATION --ARC lilt THAN  ANY OT1II-.K I'Al'lill IX KAST KOOTIONAY, IT IS  AIjIj HOMK l-KINTKD. AND CONTAINS DOUULI-.  THE AMOUNT OF NI-IWS OP ANY PAl'KR IN THE  DISTRICT.  o  c  ^ls   Jin   A.dvertisin^QMedJum  Unexcelled.  \ii  Mi  Mi  *  Mi  frff&t''*ffr^t-r-r-r&ft-i&&-r-rr?-6-tr��--"-f5-fc.  True I'ROSPKCTOIi COVERS A DTST1UCT  i.AUOi-.u than somk i-'Mi-iuns. and has a  LAKUK  '���'OKI"ION CIRCULATION.  "*"3"3-S"3M*-S������a-3M*��-a-3-3-ia--*-a--.*<-r  It    Is  1*v  ���** ��� *wv ���.  The'Paystreak'Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One!;   The Result Will Be To  Your Interest.  I  .ion printing; o  EXECUTED.  F ALL. KINDS NEATLY AND  PROMPTLY THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, R.'-CV, JULY 28, l!d)i~i.  ' %lj%' ���:$K&&p&Ktitt+'.  ���    ���        .KS'r.vi.ii-.isin-i'.   im*.  V/A.  B. Grace,- -  d   VY-rA IrjilKJ!"'1 AND    ICinTOl'.    ������  W.i  :t:  V-  THE PROSPECTOR, is '-published  every . Sa'uirdjiy inul"has a KiiiUiiiuccd  circiiliition larger' tiinn jmy.o.ilicr paper  In Kast Ko'nicnay. It is all lioiiie I'lintod  and   contains  doublethe' news   of   any  - oilier.paper in the district.  "7-As an  advertising  niedii'.nifit' is 1111-  ,  excelled.  ,���  \  ' .'"'-,.��� 0"'; . ��� ��� ���   " -'  ."Devoted to the upbuiltlinB of'Fort Steele,, thtj  ievelopuaent of the,vast mineral., resources of  '-'ibe East Kootenay riiininjj Oisirict.  ��� ;.  - Subscriptions, '.....7.7....ii..'..!f -,00 per yenr  '....' Advertising rates made known on-application,  Contributions are solicited frofii ail parts of the  - district,,but all matter intended tor publication  :'   icust have tlie writer's signatured  TUIC   P�� PCS?' I*i:Jtei)t"'ori Ule at ihftiulve'r.-.'  I n I O   T M T Cn ��� wiri.;.,Ki-.ni'.v of   Ahixajulrr'  iCo.. Suitd F., First 'Matidiial.HajiU   llufhliti^  .' Spokane. Wiisli., '-li-ln-iv .-.-I'litim-ls"run !���-.��� iiuut.  lor It.  ���    > i.'!      ��� ���.',-"'' "..a.-.. , .  ,_,..,���        ...,-    , ������        ���    ,       Ivlondvlvd and l.upo-iSiiuie   is  illib   rdfiBi   i,).vK"V-.-s' Aiiv't'.ivMsin,;.' j; 111  ri<.'n*., ,iHid   the-  l-'tU'l. iSd't'le  Avene.v.  ���i4,.��.!ilt,iVi .Mi-ivij;uit>-!.',xeii:iii(.'i-. Sr.li j -.        , ���'r'-  '-"'��� '���       .  rjranciijcci, Wiliroryia',.where etimraets'' dVi- ::nlJ i'idist pit;j" has   'ftist ilS'gOod   adtfllOW  vt-rtlsiiif.' ran be jinule lui- it.'-      ...   .-.   ��� ��� ���   ���..��� :-!\n.,l. ' ���.   ���.''���������   . ,��� ���'    ,������ .. ��� " ���      ��� |,  "���^..'.."' "nA., '.,,',. ',"  A ," .a.   .7. f.'oT scor'iiiga s,ue..-dss iu mitiing'asj  Th <5" PanPi'1-Is l;epi on lite ut llie A.Mi--(��� ���  ���- .... ,      .. -,-,.,;,'���  i  1111a   rajjci   Ki���; t<. (-.�� N-.-wsiupet-  <ut-, :,;,ny othdr itortio.i! of' ..the -A i.iK>n- i  vetKint"  .\t'i,(U:,v,;, Montre;ii,   '.vherc, eouti-ness,'.'   ������ ������<������;������ ,t  .vi.ivi' bc'jcii" iMiidf in litis vicinity,  tiid "refohi" , d<'\'cl<>iJiiK'iu. has.  shown that 1here aro  a;, 1111 i"ii'"���*'*��'  of good mines within.a radius id'  twelve.'nilesof Port,Steele.  Fort Sleekvdat.es back, it s'.'li.rsi  Settlement.to o(i years ago, and  (111 ring that long" 'period it has  !x!en"th<vplace [of 7 residence,:^!,\  the, pioneers of tlieywhole interior, cou 11 fry,7the ineii who have  blazed the frails on which their  followers have come in, and who,  triumphing -at "length over  mighty obstacles which stood', in'  the' way. of prt>gress, .find \]H'lii'-  selves how. iir the, enjoyment of  fl.ioVfnotion .of' their loiig cherished hopes.   7. ��� '������ d".''d'.'',  7 -Ay.: :  \\$%?': ;.������':,��������'���' '���'���������'���:*-' -V''-<'. '.'a*: a ���'-, -.V'V..   ..   /B#3v;;v .���;.;.::;,  ��� "���';������, V-:> ^.\-.v; \ a^a^a^'; ,   %i^  Ileadaiiarters   fqr   VfLiYiixig   and. OonimercialVMen  Sl��-  H  foi- advc-rtts'nif ,efi'.r���l.ii...iiiinl.i;,fir it.  "Store, ���'jpok-.irie; ���U':Vsh  ���at    ;.)..  ..VV; !  ! ���'(���:i-.id<.'oirliri(,!n.t'v  JCMV.  XliiV.ttu''./.,..is,7.fivi1dautlY. '^X:  ., .      --___-__=^^_:���.--_---������ jpf.gihig,a -.-iiu-ap.7 Ho has already  TloiiA JV' D.  tin1   altercation"  ..t,i,'i'ii'lice'.v,,"ajvd'-  W. it i.i'  it:,; is  A SATL^RDA.Y. dUI.V'dSv;!rw."-  THe China Situatioii;  :! Vaitt, ho ihteiKls Ui-' hi tike, the ,;,sij��-. j  ;.7-"a==s==^--^as==���-���J���.���-_^_.7l._..--:1;S;oi).'-i; livoly. 6i'd,7anu'oue: A>fj qbC  .'7"'*T^HE'"'greatf3^t7";i)Tipedim  7. 'T^dV': the ������'���'. introduction    ��f'   ^���iB-jiiatifhedias' broken^ ti'p -.ilie.^le  V provemeiusfor the'beuelitof the; i^laiitre.' AJA ������, .-���: ��V';V V V-d "7  .7. distrkVtfds7tl'i|;r'lackVot: iht-erestd  ���''��� 'onVthe. part of' the 'people Vmosti  ' ;cbhcerned,7whUe^capltaiiSts7"are [VdTh  --d".:��:>('tin^:t;Keir;att<*nti6ir'todthed  td^reidpmlV^i-dourVta  V Sources.; seeMng!.a; safe^^  ���Stable'investment fondle wealffi^^^^  "the:(JfJverSnieut'and the:���peop^7^9rk'Herald.a|5ks,7"are,theyellow  -<i  VVV'npbn" whom the .wholeddfuture  7;^: prbsperity^bf77the;": district 7:de-  '-'��������� dpehds;7 seem at times7to "l6se"'the  r 'interest-:;they once manifested -in  A .������,4h'ei,,1siibjecti7.hpwe\*e'i,,'V;Vw;e.v must  " 7 .take rthi*.7.'''matter'".'.liohTe-, '.person/;  7-7^1 ly, diihd7by .persistentj; -intelli-,;  ��� ,7^eht efforts demonstrate to 'bocli  -YdDominioir'; and ;Proyincial gov-'  dermentsV and, bthersV'interested;;  V7,that;.wehaye -a'rmineral'i.Ayealth'  ���$'������ ;that,;. is; ;';no ii. ^sip'p^asseciV,; .in-.; ''iiny  77Vco,uhta:y. j;^ye.-.\]iay;e.'"''a,.''i*i(ili>ancl  7 fertileV- valley; 77^a-pable7;'6f���i;sus-,  Vv-'tiii ni bg'-ai. larde') )bpi.tlatipn,7;that  -7 V tli e Vpeb p) e-V 61: AMe 7 "d i s t nct-Vai-e'  ���: ;:'r��ady;r'tPv:VputV/t^  7 'Vh1ti;idV;ancl 'd'tQ;|assist77lii:;'whatdi��;  ���.V7-vva.fifeci for the 'best iriterests; of  |S;iKe7d'istn<;t.;,v��7T  IA Jpcal ;e Ifor ts - to sh 0 w ;that-we:- ca n  d,and are'willing'.Ipdvelp caipital  diirr seen ring safe Vin vestments in  diihiVdist.riptdf hattlnV iieople^a.re-  ;; united in .'tlio';; desired to  fprward  .;.--the.'niiiieral,'and.dagricuftiM,a.l..7in'-  '������: terest,s ol;tlie,whole:'valley,; there  ,, , isVb.tit lititio do.til.it  but'  thatd this  V j 'jo rtioii. of, Sou th.:East Kootdnay'  '.��� will iLvce.l .ni.jniniiig, grtwing aiid;.  7'Hgricitlt.ui'e.1 7, .,,    '".  ;dd  7 ; We^.are; glad 7 to see; .al Fort'  .; JSfeeie. public spirit growing-; up  ..and;''hardening- i i'i to: tlie bono'- arid  -.sinew of the people here.     That  after al,l,7is' what makes;, a' town,���  1 li; Isr'iiitendod; that- the7 Board  ���7yf;.Tra'de7,ltiddtS"7 next ;;.meethig  -..shall.- take., up'tlre rtue'stion "!of  lire, protection,, and, as it is a mat-  'ter''6��pfir.stliniporfeaiice Jo every.-.  one in terested in'the.progress of  Fort Steele, it is -to- bed,hoped  there will be. a large attendance. \  hordes unij:ed7.1tpV;thrpw7 off 'tlv^  do m i,hi tio n. of-7xhed\v" esteru.,;. po> v.-::  ers^";shpuld such a7thing scome  todpass^and'the.^siatipd'hq.rdes  riseito.' assert.', theirdsupreinacy,  it would undoubtedly bring about  th'e-grSatestV conflict "7 the 7wbrlcl  has "ever seen...-; ."..- 7-;.'.' :aA \y:\ JV'V'-d  ;:;;' The'- ar my, of V China com pi- i ses.  ''the eight:'Banners,r' 7nominafly  coii^.ta,inirig'iiabbut"d^PSI^QP, 'luen...  !The National,;army7;iS about;;550;;:.  'O'OU,; wi t-lvbii iylaboudSOO, OtiO-a yaii.r;-.  ,able.'''for ���'war';;, Besides tliese'forpes  th;ere';V7are'7,:,m:gree^  "Mougglians and pihei;7 irrejgular;  cava! r yj..? 7 th ese Al ho' ni i iial IV' 1- ���' ai;ej  20'0,''b"00, ^trbngVytheydlargelyVex-;  .. isfci oil 7p'ape'it*VV buf; ;i;eally7; Riuhber-  bnty;20jQbO, ana are^ofr npVhiilir  yi,\Vvalue.'VThe total land army  '   V '.i*      "'   1",   .'-���--���   ���' '     ��� ,'7 '���,..-'  7 '."��� .'      -.!";.;"::! -'A   x ;'";"       "r'"        ."  on"a peace'lbotihg is pu|ftaf,300;-  000 men,; and, on  a Avar, footing  o^.-ab^utiXpoo-'dpa  as a7whole;,Vhas no .tpiity -or'} col  hesion.; There .isiio proper disciplined: tlie drill ismerelyphyV  !sfcal exercise, and many of the  weapons are long since obsolete;  Since' April,:'18915,, British firms  h a ve shi ppecl to '��� Chi na ��� 7 f: gu us  of position. 123 field guiis; aiid  2!.i7'inachine gunsfand aGerman  firm has supplied '; Chiiia.with  4(;)0,(,)0p "Mauser rifles and 3,000,-^  000 rounds,of amitiuhition.in the  same period. -Prom this it will  be-sisen that the Chinese a're not  as! backward as regards war"'; ma-'  terial, as has beensupposed.;   '.'-;.,  ?:Large;:;?.:S:amp]B';)^^  ���-THev:^^PH^^  f:.Ayi��;$fi^^  ,7 ..-.. 7'3?ighting-' Joe:":' 7 7' -;: : -  , ,ioe Martin got after Prentice,  Provincial ��� Secrettiry, saying  that ge.htlemau' was seldom, responsible': for- 'what he ..said.  Prentice got angry at I hi si, call-  t ing. Joe's."attack cowardly '-aiid.  The hirgo number of buildings,   da^uirdly.'   After the House rose  '.Toe and.Prentice had   a  row  ih  the lobbv ihat-would have, wound.  Peterborough^      Oiltario,  '������iiktii  AaAM  SPRMew  ##^f##^^^##l^##4#^^^  f SEASONABLE GOODS I ^7  w-'''y. ..:,'   V'--77,;7.,:;;-:..7-:;.>7'::-7,-:7 ���:;'7'7: :���'...:;,t,,d ; -'Ay yA ..;���"��� :���������-;���' y..A'i: ' -.7.; 7'. d. 77  *     v^ v   -For House.^  en  die  H, W: D RE Wi,  iProprietor;  fit Steele:  C*7  all, ivl: i'riinifc.erected' oivour main  business d-itrcu-t; brings 'Vtbout.  a  "condition of dang(*r froui tire,  Prudenee ;���' tiiorefore 'deiininds  : that, the, grea-test pi;>ssi.b,lo' precautions being taken ia the tirMt  place to.-.prevent,- tiid'S. breaking  (jut;- a nil ,iti the'" sec.'i'id  plai-i'   to  ' p.L'ov.id*'.'-an ofticien;.. tiri* .di;iiard  mt'iit its ;t   moa'n-s. of -(.[uniirrhing  ��� cheiu., * A. '('.bnllivgra'tioi'. ������ hero  would do'.'us ,t!TOii;,iraiij:' d-jury.-  and coming at' this   ti;-.!.���������;. might  .eve;u throw ;is whollyniiic-of the  running '.'-for- supresidicy '.as tlie  center 'of,.population ;:'- 'South  .Easi   Idodt.ehiiv. ,,.,'���,''  A   ii'ood' iltjalddd'   <li*\ i-ji s|>tii��� -i;t.  Work   is -MOW 2'i.ii ii.!-',' :i iiOaii   nil    the  111111: >; i' > j 11 ~ <" I :-'i i i i'i-~ or.- VV'-id  I'm--- '. ,  VMatis.     I.DS't.     l-'o'iir-Mij".;     Kdv  ,M"ilo,.   U'dill'.'   Li���"-.'.'i>    ii.'iii    Tr;n-7-  ���Ci'(;elcs.-    'I'.ui'iiig   1 li'.'  .p'l^t   ' hi-ee  rr;|j';,    '.'ililiiV    J ) i'l'l I I i ts-i 11 !'.'      '��� ' ''"l !, 1 ' ' ti S. ,  up in'a fist, 'tight  fere'neo.  bat:   for inter-  fnrm  No Right To Ugliness!''  wimiMii   whii  is   lii-.'.-ly 'ii|. I'ai'o.  uiiil    U'iii].'-r   u iid a!-,'.a.vs   lia've*  'l-7-loit iio,.. \vli.i   'viiii!'-!  livi.i |Iill.-t. k-c..;|i,n..'.'i'   lli'Ililll.  i'(HI  D i'i ri  llll  iittr.-ii':-  ���-''.''   is  .. 'k'"v :l!lll llll IM1I1 (lllW'M. slli!  will  ���vi, .--.'::"f<i ,ii-!:it;i!ili-.      If  -���)������.-.  lists  ���"���';,, .(i! .'���..-. i. iillli V 'i i-i.il'Jllr. (ici'-illl-  ��� il.ljil V, iii i-Jl:l>i-. I ii 111 [.il.i-s." -I il.dl i-lll'S'  ���r'.l]itii.:;sdui(l :i y.-n li:lii-ii t.:nin'-  .:: Ki'-rt.rii- dl'Jil.t���-���!���.- is '111'��.��� lies'.  ; ,:,.���''.. in 11'.f w/ii'ld, i'i i;."^ii.liUi-  i-|i.' -ii vi r   :i 'ni     "fiiii.ny-., 7i tn!    Iii  ! iii:     jilili-nl.       '   "It.     iMV'.-'s     -I r.ill^  7 i,i-i-di .-yi-.r. 1-.|i.iiill,li.-7\-.']y,:ly  ���;i-ii  i-niiiiii--,-. ii.'ii.      I'' v.-ill.-|ii;i,l;i:   a  aSLJT: ;'RBCJEI\^HO  : ;��� Assorted Car of Best'Brands.of;. Klour   find   Meals, -"i-tvy  Plour. Patent Hungarian and Strong'Biilcer. -...���,   ,  :" 'V' Rolledt)afs. Cracked: Wiieat. Wheatletts, d V, 7 .'���'''  . ���"   -Cornnieal, Buckwheat Plour,, Split Petis, ���>���.,;  '���',--",. , ^ Navy   Boa iis. ,Pi inn .Beans, Pot:-.Barley,  etc.  Chops     Shorts     Qats      Hay.  ^;v-'-'dV,'^-^.7d'-:v;  ;#-;: 7V.V7-:;V"V7-;'d:;-.;y -  *?(*?.'.''������",       sy   -������������;��� ;���������  Mii Giiloride'Lime.:.'  ^J?   VGai-bolicAcid  Afi   m  �����v.  iji  ������.Ir"  ���m;  V 77; ,Carbplic;P6wdef.;,;" "A,. Vd,  AlA 77Stil]^]furdrofch.es'-'V';d :,.  '.Bed.-Bug7Pois()i:idaV7 A A. ''"''Bprax-^V7,-;;7.d.   ;;;;, ���;.;l->  ''Vis ���77;" dSponges an'cl Glianiois^  Borricic Acid-  ;.���'' -.  v. ������'i-'.-fe. ;���.������. ���������  m  ''E]ecitro';dS.nicbii'-Vaiid'::vSilyeL*','^  Windows and; Sii vtirwarod'  .'.,:...: dV'd VvV '.7-7,,,  # Copperas for Disinfecting, etc,./'etc;  .!.  ill'  Kill  . i  I.'; v 111111.  WI.I-;.\sl)K'I.L's  .       '    /!   ;     .  '  ' I >i-ii"' Sl.ni'i  IS ran  Pleetwooc  Tea. a pure article! imported direct froin Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other:     ' ��� ���;,  But  ; Fresh  fe'r and E  Breakfast.  ;gs.  Bacon.   Haiti's-and. :Drv Salt Side'Bacon'  ������.lv.  *:���..���  ,��l��. ������  *?.?:   ���  iji'  ������.if  a* a ,.  ,'';J-"     A .  * ������'"'  FOPT  7; STEELE  ifi> ������"���������  iT^P--  7^t> 7"  ifc-': '���'  :;?**-��� -.."  ;���#��� :���  "���*&'������  "S&A  W. BLEASDELL,  Gi'itdiiate Oiiiiii'ici" (.'<il  .  A; a-   "A"-:^'  .nf I'luifjiiiU'V 3$?  v' 'Jfisj'.  ������rft��-',  '"     V'f.  ^?*?ff*?iT?i*.TiT!?t??iT*?��.-- y*"-^?^tT^^.'^^.^^T^tT%T^T^T.^tT^^^^^  POTATOES     '^i   CARROTS  bUBSCiilUc.  THE PROSPECTOR.  l^fKEWOf)!) nil lengths to suit all.stoves.  THE    FORT   STEELE  j    E. G. tvlSLLER, Proi.i'ieior POST OFFICE BOX 836.  I '  '     ��� 2 A'     JAII goods giittra.nteed a-nd prices'also' as being coitocI,.  Si:inl ii! orflofS- .'    ' '  ' '.  CONTRACTORS  AH   Kind.s ol'   Brick .'''and   Stone   Work.  ICK and LIMP For Stile  VL'A'STWKING''  L'ronij'illy   Dons Tl-JE PROSPECTOR, I-'OH " STEKLP7. L
JULY
1' no.
*s J^VTC^vr^KL/Err^stiri^*, ^c-SA"*-."*.
®l]& IQvo&pvjci&v.
•S.VTUKOAV  .IFLY •'"*. ]!iikj.
Chaug-es in the Expi"ess Tariff.
The new   la rill   -.heels  of  thr-
Doniinion     Express     Company
show a great reduction   in   rates
from and to eastern  points,   for
instance  the   old   ratf   for   ion
pounds    from    Winnipeg.     was
$b.2:>. the   new   rate-  i.s  i<7.2i).   a
reduction of   nearly ' \'A per cent
The old rate from .Montreal  was
$14 ])cr hundred pounds, the new
rate is ^12.  and   so  on   through
the entire lis*.      This reduction
will be appreciated hy  the  general public.
•vV"-\     It   i.->   fortunate   Unit   al!
newspapers tire not like tin*
I Miner. The Coast papers irivo
credit where credit is due. iu
fad the Miner stands alone of
all the papers in the Province,
and boldly steals its news, p
would probably steal its press
dispatches wen; it possible.
^&^:^&ft&.m-:^
^Fort Steele
CONCERNING BAKING POWP.'i.B'J
Report of the  Inland   Revenue  JOe-
pnrtment. - Chief Analyst Rec-   '
ommends that Sale of Alum
Baking- Powders he  '
Stopped.
The Inland Ht-venne Depart-]
ment has issued iis report on
Baking Powders (Bulletin No.
0'-'). ll contains analyses of Jf>()
fs'iui'plcs of powders bought of
dealers and manufacturers in the
Dominion, S"> per cent of which
are found to be alum mixtures.
In view of the large proportion of
this class of powder. Chief Analyst
Macfarlane recommends that legal proceedings be taken against
parties selling them, on ^the
ground that they are unhealthy
articles of i'ood,__ and believes
° that their sale will be condemned by the Courts.   *«
The analyses rwere  made  by
the the Assistant Analyst,  Mr.
A. McGill. who "hilly  discusses
1he injurious nature'of alum, in
baking   powders.      Mr.   McGill
adds:    ''In my last report I ex
pressed my conviction, based on
experimental evidence, that alum'
jn baking powders is dangerous
io health.     The' large  mass  of
evidence since accumulated  has
' more strongly convinced   me'of
the correctness of that   opinion.'
My personal opinion is decided ly
against the use of alum.     The
' health of a nation is too serious
a matter to be imperilled lightly,
~iind if it be - impossible, to- procure prohibitory legislation, if is
desirable that manufacturers  of
alum powders should be required to state the contents  on  the
packages."
Professor   Putt an,   of  McGill
College, Montreal,   who  made  a
series of experiments on the  di
gestibility of bread   baked   with
alum powders,' is quoted 'as  follows:     -'The unanimous verdict
of my,.experiments is that alum
powders introduce  into  a  form
of food of universal use.   agents
which   are   detrimental   to   the
functional activity of tho_diges-
tive ferments.   They must therefore be prejudicial to health, and
the only  course   is  lo  carefully
avoid thorn."
Following are names of baking-
powders containing, alum sold in
this vicinity, given in  the  analysts report:—
Baking'  Powders   Containing  Alum.
IITI. STAK )
"ST  h'.ND
Death of Hamilton Smith. ,
Hamilton Smith the well-
known mining expert died of
heart disease at Durham, New
Hampshire, recently. Por a
number of years he has been
connected with .the London Exploration Co., in which llie
Wothschilds were largely interested, lie directed the expenditure of millions ol dollars for
this company and achieved a
woi'ld-v. ide reputation as a successful I'ligincer and mine promoter.
Li
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(.ran brook
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IX
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Fort Steele,
ie development of the mines, i
the  building, of  the  north  and J
south    railway,   the  starting  of
now industries  in   this section,
should make Fort Steele one  ol
the important towns   of  British
Columbia.        ..
Port Sleele is most desirably
located. In fact, there is no
-own' iu all of the Kootenays
which can compare with it.
Everyone who visits the town
speaks of its beautiful location as
tin ideal summer resort. There
are 'splendid drives, mountains
to'elimb. with good wagon roads
leading to the foot, of the mountains and trails by which their
summits may be reached. There
is good fishing in the mountain
streams and in the hundred lakes
in the Kootenay valley. »
Mount Fisher rises gradually
9,2f>0 feet and is less than a dozen miles fronfFort Steele. It is
said, that the foot' of man has
never touched its summit, this
can readily be believed. Viewed
from Port Steele the mountain
appears rugged and its western,
slope impassable, seemingly like
an immense wall. -      ■    .
A visitor to Port Steele need
.not go more-than ten* miles to
see placer and quartz mining.
There are.many mines in; which
active development is going on
and nearly all easy of access.
.-Fort Steele is an ideal spot
and before many years will, be
as well-known as' Rossland nand
Nolson.   '
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GLASSWARE
BOOTS
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Giant   Powder
Fuse   and   Caps
HAY    and    OATS
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SMITH'S CI'.-.AM   )
iM.ml. Ij\ ilii' IJvsoii Dilison Co.. WimniHi: M.m
('OI,,n STAXI)Altl)...Cinit:iin*. Alum
.    Mu til. In I uih ilh' \ < 'n . Wuuiipi-t:  M.m
IMjIj'K  lil lil'ON Coiii.iiii- Alum.
W.lilt   11\  Hllu  Kililiiwi .Ml,. Co    \Vlillll|ii'y. M.im
COMJKX ('liOW.V        ( Vint.iin.s Alum
M.lllf. IjV W. 'I'lllls .V '-.1)11. \ lllll'niu-i-l. II. <)
.HACK' ,.< (.iiii.iiii-   Alum.
M.inf li\ K   W   Oilli-ll   'I'liiiinin Out
11 K(; AI. .< 'iiiit.iin- Alum.
M.i nt   lij I'm.'Onlil M fir. On   Tiikiiiiii. Out.
ri'lllTV ('uiiuiiii-   Alum.
.M.llil   l'\  II.iiiiiIiihi Cinli'i  .V Spin- Co.  Iliiinil-
lllll  out,mo     (
K IT< "II i:N d'l'KK.V r
.llll.ll.KI'. -Coiii.iiii
l|j\|jl.()X(%>riS'J",!a CKKA.M '     Alum
M.llil    ll',   I      I'    H.lllv   A.  < '■» .  I I.I lllllltill    Out
CLIMAX Coin.im-   Alum.
.M.int   l).\  11, K iKniii .". I "    ll.uiiilt'iil   Out
News Notes.
Of all the news pirates in  this
Province,  the   Rossland   .Miner
takes tho,cake.'. ..-Every' week* it
gives .a  lai'ge"( amount ..of  East
Kootenay -news  cribbed   bodily
from, '.the  different   newspti.pers
in' t'lid district, and .never ■ under.
any dircunistaneos does  it,   give
tho paper (•i'odit".     If this is.jour-"
iialisfk- .honesty,'   all, right:, but
journalistic      crmrto.sy     should;
■■prompt the ..exchange , editor ' to J
doarfairly  will)   its  (rpntompor-j
Iffesseng-ers Sent to Pekin.
London. July 2'6.—More than
a fortnight" ago the consuls at
Chefoo and Tientsin were 'authorized to spend any amount
necessary to get news from Pekin
and ten days ago Lord Salisbury received news that four
trusted Chinese hadskirted'from
as many di Herein points.' all instructed to get into the British
legation and bring dispatches if
the place was found fo be still
standing. None of , those men
have returned, but if is confidently believed that some of
them ''will get back* to Tientsin
at any "moment. If'Minister
Conger's ''dispatch is old, it
serves to strengthen the belief
thnl the massacre has taken
place eilher at the dale originally named, or perhaps a little
later.
HIGHWARDEN   &    SON,
Port   Steele
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PIONEER t .'BARBER SHOP
it
Bakery
H. ALIE, Proprietor.
Everything Strictly First Class.
Riverside Avenue, Op
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posite Post Office.
AV.r/ ih,„r io tiw Prosflixtoii.        Shaving W. Hair Dressing Parlor
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WASHINGTON,  D. C.
iElSIGGERSj
A Powder Mill Explosion
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wlii'ii Dr. Kiiiij"- Xi-u I,ilc I'ill.-,, wliii-ii
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work |ici'l I'clly. Cure- I Ii'ikIiiuIii'. < 'on—
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BEARS THE NAME, if>
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NOTICE.
Niiuui.' i-lii'irliy t-'i\cii that nil :i|i]iliciilinii
will   lit-  in,nil*  io  tin-   l.i-»;isl:iti%L'As-i'iiiblj nf
Ilu  l'in\ iiu-i' ol Hi-iii-.li  ("uliiiiilii.i at   iis  ni'M
>-r—,iyn fin- an  Ai'i  m iiirii; 1'i'i'aii' a Company
will: iioncr tn i-iiiiMi-ni't. i-tiuip.  iii.iinlain  mill
ojjt-iaii.* u-lcpliiiiii- :inu  n:loi,*rapli lini^, w aliin
ami Lliroiiurliniit .ill iliri-itic-. loun-. iniiniripal-
itit's    anil     ilislrii-u-     nt     Ilu-    inaitilaiul     of
Ilu'     1'i'ni iiu-i-    i>r     Uriii-h     r*iiliinilii:i     ami
In     ruii-ti-iicl.    rui-t      ,mil     niiiililalii    mu li
,mil sn iiiimv pnli-s ami oiltAr ^in-ks ami ili-i fce.s
a,  tin1 ('oitipam   lit-i-ni   in-rt-s-.u-v foi ui.-ikhi^t.
roniiili'tlni.' siippin tln^. nsiny. norkiiij.', upi-iai-
inj.- ami in.unlajlimir tin- sysli-ui or miniminirii-
linn   In   I'-li-plioiii-  ami  li-li-ttrapii. ,nul io npi-n
oi   liiv.iL   nji   ,ia\    pan   "i   p.iils uf  ilu- saul
liifrli\\a\s in -,in in-as iiiit-n us  tin- said  f'nm-
p.uiy lis aj,'ciiis    uilUors  oi-   woikinoii   iliuil,
pi'iipcr ami for iliu piuposi-of  ihi- luitlei'ialiirn.'
touiii'i-li.isi-. :ii-i|iiin' Il-iiso. txpi'Opi'i,Ilc.linlil.iiul
si-ll .uul di-pusi' nf lanils biiililhii.rs ui iciu'int-'iiLs
uiiliin I hi-   lnnils .iiorcsanl.   ami  In  pu ri li.i .i*
ni li'.isr   Ii.i .nil !i mi "I M'.r s ,in,\ u l<-pliom'nr
li-lrui.ipli   Iim- i-si,ililisli(.il or lo In fsi.iMish.-il
in llrilisli   ("iihiiiiln.i  i onni'i-ii'il   m   lo  In' i-on-
iiicu il. uiih i In-   lino ivliu-h tin  ( niiiji.iiiv  in. iv
I'OllstllU't    ,11111 tn .11*1.ll^aill.ll*- \\ Itll 111   Iimsi-    it.
Inn-ni lini-s. oi an\ poi-luni in poi lions tin n-iif
lo.uu i onip.-mv pnsse-siii;.' ,i-  piopiu-im    ,nn
iim- ol   ti-ii piti-ni'in tiliiriapli t-iiiitiiiiinii ation
i oiiii-1 t t:i^, ni   I"  In*   i-ontu ot'-il   Willi   ilu- Sllll
l.'uiii|i.m.i  .-,   I'd-    io   lllll s. ,11,-i li- In., 1-...   -t.oi.ey
for Ilu: pin-pii's'i'S ol' llio Cnuipii'i.v. :iti(l lo pp-ili.-o
'iii- inori^a^-i' any "f  tin'  ' 'iiinpan.v's u-m-Is   for
tiiiii liiirposi', a in I' I o rorrlvi' bomiM-i. or |0 ilii -
■ o
I'triisJ'M'in  any  'p-'i'Min   m'  lunly r.oi'|inr::ii-. ami
Willi  ii-.l 1   nt hi -r   usual.   iin-i;:,s:i i-y  or im-iili-nlii I
i'i;illt,s'. powt-'rs. or j ir i \r,i 1 t-^-t--. Jls'miiy In- ion-i-s-
.siir.v or i in-1 ill-ii I a I lo tlio a t.l a in on nt nl' i In- a-n.v
oliji'i'ts. or any of llii'io. .    I
I ):i! oil iliis Isl iiny nf Mn'ri-lv. Itii.m. ' !
l.i.M.V .t   IIAM1 l.'IV'X.
.   . , .Soiii-il.oi--. fiir llio 'Applli-tinl.
K«-xi io Oi icmal lloti-l
1 '   FORT   STEELE, B. C
All kinds of liair work
A. J  GREZ,   -
;i spcciiill.y.
Proprietor
Crixs.- lyfexdig
Contractor   %   Builder
All kind- uf l-'tiiu'v Siiiii and Ilou-o
I'itiiiliii<r. ■ Ciiloiiiiiiiino' jm) I'.iper
I lituy iiij; it -jiooiiilty.
FURNITURE    REPAIRING
All Work Strictly First Class.
B.   F».   COCSC.
Livery,   Peed   and   Sale   Stable.
I'Virl Sn.-olf, B. c:
TI-".\.MI.\"l! Oh' AI.Ij K"1N1i.s hiM.K.-ITKl),
Most Complete Stock In East Kootenav
Kardv/are
Machinery
Paints
Dry Goods
Clothing
nd Waii Paoer
i
General Mining Supplies
FuOtWoar
Groceries
Furniture, Carpets and General House Furnishings.
.Ve oi'df.r roo Inviiu ior uiir ftifilitiijs,
ntibntimi.
nOH<ir.U>:l ri i ii a II fur f'ai'ol'ul
McBride Bra's,
Shell f Heavy Hardware
. Stoves, Graniteware,
Tinware
Powder, Fuse, Caps
Paints and Oils.
Sheet metal work of all kinds
promptly executed.
The
Waldorf
i I-
SPLENDI 0 ACCOirMfiDATIOXS
rSRKIE, B, C.      OLD TOWN.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men
No Traveller Should Pass the Door.
Tin.1 trail run's within 1eii-J'c-jt- ol' tlio lions'*. Good
Rarn and plenty oi' hay and grain. If yon patronize tlie
Waldorf v<hi will never re.a'rot it. ' ,
II.    A.    KANOUSJ5,     -
Proprietor.
KIMPTON   &   PITTS
WINDEKMERKft?DONALD
ii-* I'm- v\" wt a ..-non mi: u.
Go to the
MONTE CARLO RESTAURANT
On liiv<)i>irlu Avi'iiiii-
William Robinson, Pio.jn'iotor
iiviiij:' and coinTiiiciK'f; to iirocnr*.' their .-.n]*i|iJi<'i al   Dunald.
mk.Wj.s   .at  ai.r. : iK.n:
-'"•■"fei
''•Vrj
,.    J    '  "j*
Gerieral IVIerchan
Mining supplies a Soeoiaitu
iward via Canuu Ri\"(.*r lionii- will find ii a !;
i rue
SOLI*] .W'rcXTR
ior
«.-i.:sa-i*iiiJis'.    .
rnmmmm^m-	
Initial to
Jessop or Rrlli's Steel
iu Rock Work.
Canton  Steel  Company
Windiyriiu.'i'e, < ."oliU.'ii ami Donald
,. jMi.iiinjj" JJivision.*;/
Atjents at  Windermere  for the California.Giant 'Powder Co, SI
,;nm piimspkctok. j-.*kt m v.va.v., is. c. ./uly L'\ hog
V
 l*"*TTl r '*"   "I ■llll III II II■ M
®ijje ^ro^p-actor.
SATI'ltD.W   J I  L
j i nil i.
North aud South Road.
The necessity of a north and
south railway from some point
on the Crow'.- Xe.-1 line east of
Wardnor, and traversing the
valley of the Kootenay to Canal
Fiat, and from tlienee down the
Columbia to Golden on tlie main
line of the Canadian Pacific railway, must be apparent to the
most superficial observer, and
an absolute necessity to the Canadian Pacific, not only as connecting the,vCrow's,Ne.-t with the
main line, but as opening up
a country of vast resources, bolli mineral and agricultural. Such a lino will make the
product of the Crow's Xor-t coal
mines to be laid down at the
coast at a minimum   cost.     Tlie
ol 11ii; Kixi'ciiay al 'A "iial Flat.
;\ i'i down the Columbia to Golden. Iln'i'e are no dignit'cring
dii'liciih ies to ovtMvoinu.
FIRE BRIGADE
Should    Meet     for     Organization.   -
Things that are Required.
The, Fort Steele Waterworks
Company have fulfilled thoir
proini.-e. and we have a copious
.supply of water for domestic and
fire protection purposes running
through the mains in the business part of the town. Il i.s reported that the mains will be extended along Government Ave.
at an early day.
In view of these facts '"no; time
should be lost in perfecting tlio
organization of at least two hose
companies. "We have at present
about POO feet of good tire hose
and other appliances owned by
the ■ town, and private parties
have 200   feet    more,    that    in
or
• «::*, ,o&
d^ !€«•
rawing    Co.
FORT STEELE,  B.  C.
massing of biif ileets iu the   Pa , , . , , ,
• c       .,", T i     .   oinernencv can be quickly made
cific will create  an   uiiprecedenl i       .A. .   * i ■*
demand for this product,   which
available.
We have a number of  mou,  in
town who have had considerable
i uxpcrieiu'e as members of tiro
! brigades elsewhere, and we
| would suggest that a meeting be
cannot be satisfactorily supplied
by„the present methods of transportation. ' ' ,
Tlie Crow's Ne.->t coal has been
favorablv reported on bv the.
Admiralty, but the present cost;calle,d for th* lnirl,OSt' ot ?v^n'
of laving it down at Vancouver issm- Uvo ™«»l>an'M. so thai m
makes ii'prohibitive. There is'casu of rtre therc raa*v bo u0 Oon'
no doubt the Crow's .Vest coal is' ^u, each  man   knowing  just
 „ '  i where to go and what to do, .also
puipoae.-s,  i      ' " ' i
it to'1*1'*11 l'ie ^elmrtmenl  inay   have
"an   opportunity  of  getting   out
aud  practicing.     Willi  efficient
waterworks an fimph_vsupply   of
water aud tire apparatus,  it will
.not be difficult  to  protect  from
MANQFACTUHEKS"   and      BRiOWtiKS    OF-   EXTRA   FINK!
BEER    &    PORTER
SOLD    BY   THE    BARREL,    KEG    OR    BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family use a specialty
OUTSIDK ORDERS GIVEN STRICT >. PROMPT ATTENTION
| N. HANSON, |
General Merchant
Liquor Dealer.
AND
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assortment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always
on hand.
DIM KNRION      LUMBER
SPECIALTY. =S
|      WflSfl, - - - BG.      J
StiiumiuutiautiiimuiiimtiWiuimuiutiiuttuiumimmiK
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
■      P. O. BOX 812
TELEPHONE   NO; I
DON'T    FORGET
The Steele House
the best  for   general
in fact analysis has proven it to
. be  better   for   steam   purposes
<>    than the product ,of  any   mines'
on the Pacific  coast,   and   it   is ■
superior to the soft coal" of Ohio,
or Pennsylvania,. >
, Tn looking at the matter  from ,
a commercial standpoint it would I
seem a wise move to  build   the!
road.    Even'though  there'were
nothing   to   transport  but  coal
the tonnagc'would be enormous.
' Aside from coal there is a' vir-
■ gin field of mineral which would
be tapped by Ihi.s  road  a   large
■ number of mining prospects
would be  developed   into   mines
'under the stiuiulus,of a railway.
Some of the properties'are sufficiently developed io ship- ore.
This mineral'Held extends from
the    in tenia lional   boundary   to
"Golden and beyond.
■ ' 'The ''{.'.sources of the K'oote,-
liiiy and Coliirnhui valleys' are
not unknown .to the officials . of
the Canadian Pacific.    This-was
. made manifest when the Board
of Trade of Fun Steele mot Mr.
Shaughni'Ssy a few months ago.
, One of the member* of the board
was tolling him of the resources
of the ICooteuay valley, 'when
Mr. Rliaughncssy interrupted
him and,said, *'l know", and
then proceeded to5tell things
thai even the oldest member of
lhe board who has resided in the
valley for over thirty years, was
not aware of. it, i.s amazing tlie
amount of information possessed
by Mr. Shaughnessy.
There are several things which
may hasten construction. It is
said that the charter fo build the
, road expires this year and in order to hold tho charter construction must commence at once. It
i.s also said that construction
will commence in a short time in
order to head off the Great
Northern which ir i.s said nervously contemplate extending one
of their" Knot may branched
across tlie mountains from the
Lardo country to the rich mining campn in l.in Windermere
district. The Great Northern i.s
aggessive and iu building thi-
extension are after tonnage,
which the mineral dcwlnpmeiii
of that section will »hor!ly furnish. Still another reason assigned is that the present trouble
in China will create a demand
for Crow's Xe.st coal which must
be met. Thi> has been explained.
The physical feature-, of the
country so far as call be learned,
m ake rail way bu 11 ding com para -
tively easy, ' .Recent reports."are
to, the effect, that V nowhere, between ; Sand creek and Wild
'Horse ■ creel", a distance; of -ii
miles is• there"'an elevation of
fifty feet.. One railroad man said
lie would contract' to build thai
portion of the rojid in 20 day.-,.
From Wild Horse to the crossing
Sick & Mutz, Prop's.
r-=£=
1 fire.
j     It-would then be  the  duty  of
I the''Board of Trade, to see that a
more favorable rating .is- obtained from the Board  of  Fire  Un-
derwriters. ,'
The companies at present have,
put tfieir rates at' such a figure
that almost make.-, tire insurance
prohibitive.
Let there be a. meeting called
atairearly day', aud-the matter
attended to at once.
CARLIN   & DURICK
M
First  Class   Brands   of  Liquors   and   Cigars.,  - Headquarters      for'    Mining     Men.        Commodious,.
Sample    Rooms.        Best   Cuisine  in
West.      Modern /Conveniences.
Home   Comforts.
the
GENERAL
Fort
Steele,
MERCHANTS
Eest
Kootenav.
D. McNeish
Proprietor.
Sole Agents for the
canton steel
COMPANY
. PYRAMID KOOTENAY MINES.
One of the   Most   Promising  .Camps
in BritisrTColumbia. .
The' extensive development
y.'ork'done during'the'past three
years 'on the many mineral locations on Pyramid creek has
shown beyond any manner., of
doubt that a large and .prosperous mining'camp will be established on that creek. The most
extensive operators there are
the Pyramid-Kootenay Co.. who
have constantly employed a large
number of men. The company
own fourteen claims on the
creek, aud'on each of them close
to one thousand dollars worth of
work has been done, while' on
several three or four times that
amount has been performed.
The Comstock so far seems lo
show the greatest lead. The
mineral is copper and silver, the
pa^vstreak is not less than twelve
feet .wide aud of extraordinary
richness. The Granite. Washington and Milton claims are the
next most important: they all
carry galena aad copper -sulphides.
The Rio Tinto Mining Company of Spain, which owns the
lunreM copper property in the
world, is, also the real owner of
a moist valuable group of mines
on this creek.
Messrs. Petty and Yates have
a irroup of ten or more claims on
what is known as Dccella basin.
The main lead through the Florence and Ruth claims is fully
forty feel in width. On the
Apex. Rex and Standard the
vcin^ are from fourteen lo twenty
feet wide The ore on the Florence and Ruth i.s a pyrrhotite of
co]jp**r. and on the other claims
the ore i.s a galeini carrying copper. Mr. Yates wil ha force of
men is at: present: engaged, in do-,
vftlopmenl work.;1'
Messrs. Petty,' Longley and
McKiunoi'i have a group of, ten
e'laidis. a,l. Camp Longley. On
all ..of ■"those.'■claim's there i.s a
good .showing, of copper ore and
carbonates.. ' Those ledges are
large.' On the Ross claim the
ledge is over fifty feet,' and - the
Decella has a 20-foot vein.
Tins Steel is guaranteed' to be equal lo J.essop's or
,. Hard Hock Work. '     ,  -
Firths in all
Sole Agents
Sole   Agents
Crow's Ne$t Goal .company
, <■ '
Giant Powder Company.
Mining Supplies a Specialty.
Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO., Limited.,
Farming   Implements,
.niyyinjrnjyvvu'xiTJTu-i.i
the B.C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL'
*•*■.'   '*■ ■ SUPPLY CO., Ltd. 1
f  '     733 PENDER'STREET..,,    /,
Vattcouyer,    B.    C    •'<#•
Wo are Manufacturers and direct Importers, lind carry,a Dr.
[ large stock'of Balances, Furnaces,1' Fire Clay Goods, Scientific' g
and Practical  Books,   Glassware,   Platinum   Goods,   Acids,u e
ClVemicals/ and all oilier Assayers' and Miners' requirements." p
SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible ^Company, Batte'rsea, Beck: |
er's Sons' Balances, Braun's Gasoline.Furnaces, Etc. "   ;,'  j*
.Catalogue and full particulars on application.
d-LTLTLnji*
ilruuijijTJijin/ijutrLnjiJui/uiJ'
VV
E
s
GREAT
Northern
Railway.
'I'l IH KU1IVKVOII S  CHAIN  MA DIS  IT THE SllOltTKST
TI'AN'.SCONTlNKNTAI'j  liOUTl':.
It, is the most modern'in equipment: it is the heaviest railed line:
it has ii rock-ballast roadbed: it oro.sbes no sand deserts: it. was   built
without a land grant or jiovei'iimenl aid: il is noted for courtesy of its-
employes: it is tlie only line sorvin<i meals on the a la carte plan.
THROUGH  TITK GKANDKST SGKNKKY  IN A.MKUICA      ,
UV   PAVUGHT.
l-'or  FOUT STKKLK and the KAST KOOTKNAY .MINKS, Weekly
Sta<*e   from  W'alisprJI.    Steamboat eoininun.oalioiis from .Jeiiiiiiiif.s
durinji" Summer.    Quickest and  lies), route to all  purls of the United
State.-.  Kasli'i'ii Canada and  Kurope. <
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
"
CRANBROOK. B. C.
, E.   SiyiALiIj,,   -   Proprietor.
,J'hei only  modern and  lirat  class hotel in South Ka&t Kootenay".
ited throughout with hot air.
When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the Cosmopolitan.
I
For maps, ticket'
and complete information ea
nearest agent or
1 or address
C.G.DIXON.General
Spokane    Wash.
Aireiil.
.1.WIHTNKV. G.  I
St. I'iiul.
. and T,
.Minn.
"MUNSON NO. 2."
PREMIER HOUSE
SHEEP CREEK, B..C, K. J. mGBYE, Proprietor.
—   First-class Accommodation for Travellers-   —
Jivcrvthinu    New
The Windermere  Stage Stops   Both  Going and  Coming.
The Best   Writing Machine
'TUE   ONLY
INTERCHANGEABLE
STEEL TYPEWHEEL
Klcgantly   lilustraied  Caialog-ue
Free.    ' .
Address Edgar A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street. Chicago
Fori Steele
Meat Company
FRESH;  and   SALT   MEATS ALWAYS
■'•-■"' ON HAND'.  '    A
R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.
Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna Sausage,
Bu Iter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season. .   '..■
Fort Steele
and
Kimberley. lEhlifrl^  '7 7 ���-��������������������� - ' ���'.���.���-������ '. ���     .- ':&'������������'���'.'     ���    ��� ���.:.','.���;��� ..-''./...' ���:.; ...'.:.     ...y-yy.yy. .}���>.-..-   -, ��������� ��� ., ������.'.v.  ... ,- .  ���-.-. ,.     , -..-���.'..   ������. ���;: ������. ' ,, ,.,",."'   X .���    ��� ���.;/���';���������     ��� . ���; ..;������ ������.. "������     '.- '... ..'.'.   ".'���  ������    ':���������. - '"   ;'y  . . \.: y. . i   " <���'.'���>��� ���.. * 7     .'���������������.'  Clibice Resident aiid Business lots to to $g5GV    Easy terms.  Titles^ G^  -*  ��  5>  ��  If Ice"  ^  ^-jw^ j-*-~-^  'tltfi  ui ���T.IJ I.*:' PUOSl'ECTOrl,  FORT hTKELE,  B." 0. V .H7LY-i's  li!"  V  M. I  i rrivi'  last.  ���hillipp-i ul'Toliaci <. I,:;ii,i.  I in   Ifiv ii   on   \Vi'diu��^da\  liov. B. I'.. At/, who willi his  wil'i* is, -.pi'inling the Miii'iii-M" al  * he Star irrouji of inini'.-.. was in  lowu on Thur->dii\.  li. lfi'linc of Nelson Inspector  for the Dominion Express Co..  was iu town on Thursday.  Mr. Harry I'ar.-sous of   Golden  arrived in town on Friday.  Thi' Vancouver Province in  i*s issue of the 2'Arii inst. lias a  picture of Hon. E. C. Smith.  The World of a more recent date  has a much better one, in fact,  it i.i one his friends would much  more easily recognize.  It i.s said that the Imperial  Government will require about  ���200,000 Ions of Crow's Nest coal,  for the British,navy.  Tlie" Canadian BanK. ol commerce  fKSAD ��� OFFICE TORONTO.)  up    Capital     $6,000,000.  Pj-ofess��o��aL  U. K.  U'aIjK-IOH. Gen. Man.  i^aici  Hon. C'i.'o. A.-Vox. I'rosjili-Mt.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.        , HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  EXCUAN''E on all parts or the world bough I and sold.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  i   ( ' (  Fort Steele �� Cranbrook Branches  J. W. H.-SMYTHE. Manager.  ^mr ,u!,Mh  North Star Lodge  s'ii-,1 j.I , i;. c.  NO. 30.  A.  F.  AMD A.  M.        G.  R.  B. C.  Id-Kiiliir hum tint's -1st Tuusdii v In encS  iiimitli in elitht o'clock. Visiting Ilrethcin ard  i-ordiallv mvllril. " ,,  A. W. U!,Kis.iu:i.i��� Secretary  I "OUT STBRI.I-.  IJKVKI.'llMIKNT SYN1>10'ATK LTD  IIM I.cadctihall Street. I.oiKlml, ICns.'laml.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  r  t'OST OKKICK ltOX i.  ,The norlh and .south railway  is now the all absorbing topic of  conversation. And those people  who have been doubting, doubt  no more.  !     N. A. Wiillinuer went to Cran-  ! brook on Thursday.  Ceorlre I'atley. a proiiiiuent  hotel man of Movie.'was in town  on Thursday.  i        O '  Used "in Millions of Homes���40 Years' the  standard.    A Pure Cream rof Tartar Powder/'  Superior   to   every   other  known.,     Makes  delifcious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit,  griddle   cakes -i��� palatable   and    wholesome.  i \V. (J. Maekiim'qu. John Chris-  ���'tiaiiMiii and C. A. Carman of  I Vancouver,   were   registered   at  ���tlie Imperial this week.  i    '  ��� >  i '   !     Beale' it   Ehvell are removing  'their office to the building form-  rlevly occupied by M. Melnne's ,as  i a meat market.  PRICE   BAKINQ   POWOZft   CO.,  CHIOAGO.  No te.���Avoid baking? powders made frOhi  jIuiu. They look like pure powders,  and may raise the cakes, but alum-  is a "poison, and no one can eat  food  mixed with it without injury to health.  <       I., '  : \V. Langley came in from  j Moyie on Thursday. M�� says' it  is a,great camp and will be as  ��� important as any mining camp  j in British Columbia.     ' "  <  ��to tyto&pzctox;.  .SATURDAY, .lULV '2$, 11)00.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  A  J". A. Harvey is expected back-  today. '  ,   What-the Moral Is.  Mosquitoes  are   flicker   than--,'     Premier Dunsmuir, of British  for several years past, say*   the Columbia., has    been    for ,two  old timer.  Paul Rookes was over" from  Chinbrook on Tuesday.  ,1,'yown Leu horn liiggs for sale'  1'roin pV.'^p Slock,.$2 per .setting  of li! eggs. ^r  P. .\TcCOjVM*Ji;ij,!rC!i,titil)J,ook. iJ-C'.  C. M. Keep was in Canterbury  ou the 14th inst. on ���his way fo  his group' of claims on .Spring  creek*.    ,        '  'AViilie Blea&dell, who successfully passed examination for entrance to iVlcCill University, was  prepared by Rev. C. A. Procun-  i'cr, under .whoso tutelage he has  beenj'or several mouths past.  We have (in Iiie- for reference  by our readers the latest price  circular of the McMillan Pur &  Wool Co., Minneapolis. Minn.,  dated May I Ith. Their advertisement will he found in 'another column, and we lake pleasure  in recommending any parlies  whoiliave goods in their line to  ship' lo them. '"  (.-.  ������    .Messrs. Ross, IJanks and Cann  went fishing on the Wild  Horse,  near the   Dardanelles,   on   Monday.  ("ireat preparations ar? being  made for the races and sports at  Witideniiere'oii August Srd and  -Ith. The Outcrop says the com-'  ni it tee of arrangements is working overtime.  .,.J. R. Farrell of Oakland. California,* was in town during"1 the  week*. -  C. M. Edward?, of Pish Lake,  was taking in the sights of Port  Steele on Wednesday.  J. Fleishman,a travelling man  from Vancouver, was' registered  at the Imperial on Tuesday.  .). W. Sinythe. Mrs. Sniylhe  and Miss Keay were over from  Cranbrook on Monday.  years a member of the legislature, yet, has never once made a  speech. The moral is'that it is  better for a politician'to keep his  mouth shut, look wise and'attain  a premiership than io overload  Hangard, wear out his lungs and  the country's'patience and get  kicked out by an','exasperated  electorate.���London News. ,  Miuionic.  We have not hitherto reported  Masonic news; in future we propose'to do so. In Ui in district  (here are two lodges of free and  accepted Masons, one at Port  Steel**- and one at Cranbrook",  which are fairly in a prosperous  condition. A'Chapter has been  formed in connection with the  N'orth Star Lodge at PortSteelc.-  as our Cowan reporter has ascertained.   ', \  Hotel Arrivals. , ��� "  . Imi'mkiai.: - .1. C. Mitchell,  Nelson;.J, W.ll.Siuylhe and wife,  Miss Keay,- Prank Rankin. Paul  Rookes,' Cranbrook; J. W.  Arthur, Lewiston. Idaho; J. II.  Conklin, Spokane; J. Fleishman  C. A. Carman,,W. Y. MacKenzie  John , Christenseu, , Vancouver;  J. R. Farrell. Oakland., California; C. M. Edwards. Fish Lakes  M. Phillips, Tobacco Plains;' J.  S. Craig, Fernie: P. B. Wallace.  Arthur Poole, Toronto.  Windsor:���H.'D. Mackinnon,  Vancouver: Robert Little, Perry  creek; Sam Rojotte. Miss Stewart. Cranbrook; J. C. Nelson,  Dupont: Charles Burt. -Nelson.  T. 6. Armstrong  PoKT  KtKI'jIjK,  H. C.  ' MANUFACTURER   OF  1 o  Tinware, Calvanized Iron, Sheet  ofron,   Stove  Piposi ���.eiid  Oopperware     '      '   ���  BUILDINGS HEATED ami VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe ,fitting and  all  kinds of sanitary work  fliiVTight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and'   Air   Pipes - for  Mines   ���>  Sl'KClAL  ATTENTION  I'AID   TO  JOB  WOKK.  THOMAS    McVITTIE.  Fort Steele B.C.  //. Ij. C U M M1 Ar .S'.  /'. L. S.  ii- (J. E,  Fort Steele B.C.  l-'Olt DKVKLOHI'.D  mining: properties  W. K.'Koss. U. W. HKIIOIIHCB-  ROSS & UEUCHMER.  Barristers     -      -      Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  0 CONVEYANCERS. . .  Fort  Steele,   R -0  : X.   EDE  LANDS and MINES      ", '        o  NOTARY PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Fort Steele, ������  B. C  .J. W. Mitchell of  Nelson  was  in town on Monday.   '  K.' .1.   Higbye  came  in   from  Sheep creek on Thursday.  Neil McLeod Curran   manager  The army worm has   made  its oi-  thc  Xorih   Star mine was in  appearance in the vicinity of  Port Steele, and i.s destroying  all kinds of vegetation. --  J. \\*. Arthur arrived in' town  on Saturday. Mr. Arthur says  the people who predicted he  would not return are --off their  base".  The Moyie Leader published a  town on Thursday.  Herbert Clark was among the  number of successful candidates  at Matriculation Examination in  '-Arts. Part I, of Toronto University'. It i.s understood that he  wil'i take up the Arts course in  Toronto in October.  Prank   Rankin   of   Cranbrook  story of the Kettlw family la.st j was ., w<*lcoiii'e visitor in Fort  week,   which   would   have   been   Steele on Wednesday'.  all right iu the   Police   '"azeite. ' _   but wa.s a little out of place in a| _\L[jss Condon of San Francisco,  great family paper like the Lead-, ^rai1d-daughter of Mrs. Griffiths,  r-r. '        I i> visiting at Wild Horse creek.  On.luly "5rd a tire destroyed the  residence,occupied by K, Clark,  aud the iusurance -was-'.paid in  f.u 11 on'July 22. .The insurance  w-as placed in the London^ and  Lancashire of whicli -E. "A., Elton  is agent. '7- A'  ���N. A. Wallinger went up. to.  the'.Dibble basin on Monday, last  to look.over'some mining claims  in which lie i.s interested.   ,  (.'.PL, Pollen and Mr. Van der  '(���J'racht went'Ui' .the St.- Mary's  on Monday. "   .   ' ��� .  -E: A. Mali on and wife came.  down' from llie ..Big Chief on  Tuesday.  H.   D.   McKinno>i   of  Vancouver wa.s in town on Monday.  ���  J.'Ci- Nelson, superintendent  of-the Dupont, was in town on  Tuesday.  ,. Charles Burt, representing the  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co., of  Nelson.'was in town on Thursday.   " '  lv. J. Cann, W. R. lioss' and  Albert Banks went on a fishing  t ri p on Monday 'a f ternoon. .They  were we'll -supplied with bait of  all descriptions, aiid. ��� a set of  poker chips.  N,  Col. IL D. Ifeiiflerson and Miss    Eraser    will    be   married   next  Hanson   was   down   from   Wednesday at the church of  St.  Wasa: on Wednesday.  .lolin t.he Divine  Mining is as legitimate a- business as banking or keeping a  store, -there are no more risks  attending it.��� What, incites people to the belief that mining is* a  risky business, is the fact that  many mining corporations mine  the public instead of, digging on  the ground. The richest men in  the country made their money in  legitimate mining.  Volcano Is Active.  Mount A**uma. near Binda  Isan. which was the scene of a  volcanic disaster in 18Q8. broke  into eruption on Tuesday. July  17th. Two hundred persons  were killed or injured.  Several villages were engulfed by the streams of lava from  Mount Azuma, and great damage  was done in adjacent districts.  St. John's Church of England.  Divine"service will.be held in  St. John's church at 7.30.  Strangers welcome.  1 Sunday  school ' at '2:80  p.' m.  All the children invited.  -  PRESBYTERIAN  fJIIUKCII.  . ' Rev. D. McK. Reid, B. ;A. will  preach ' in the Presbyterian  Church tomorrow at _7:?��0 p. m.  Sunday school at 2 p. m.  ]N  EAST KOOTENAY, -B.'C.  ETorsrss and cattle huvc rcilii* and  crum'p.sr Pain-Killer will cure them  every time. Haifa bottle in liot/water  repeated a few time.~. Avoid sub.iti-  tutes, there is lint one l'ain-Killer.'  Perry Davis'.;,  2oc. ami ,"ille.  NOTICE.  A'ter the 10th day of AukuM. tho un-  dcr.sifinod intends to' do only a cash  business at reduced prices..   -  H. BATCH. Blacksmith.  Fori Sleele. \i. C.  Only Ten Per Month.  The foreign office has been  oflicially notified by tho .Japanese  govcrnmenP, that only ten immigrants per month from Japan to  t'o Canada, or any more than five  to tin' United Stales.  Under Martial Law.  Vancouver, July 2(i. ���The  strike among the fishermen on  Eraser lliver has culminated in  the Japanese fishermen going to  work under the protection of  the militia, -1500 boats started  out today. The Sixth regiment  was formed iu a line around the  wharves, and with loaded rifles  warned back the strikers/ who  had hitherto prevented any fish-,  efnien this season from plying'  his calling ou the Prase r, The  while fishermen were bitter  against the soldiers, but: afraid  of the loaded rifles. o  GALEARYtlDtll  7'7 7is.-ri*l:cBe!Sti;-s;.i  NOTICE.  Taku noiivc that I the undei-si^nud. Iiuvehy  apply to tlie Chief Coinmissioiiei- of .^aiuls mill  Works for permission to purchase Uiefolloiviiis.'  land: Corimu'iiclii;,' at the south east corner of  f,ot 271. 'Group I, Kootenay: thence east1, 21  chains alon;.' ihc shore or Premier I.��ke:  Thence 40 chains anrth; thence west to the  eastern liouiiilury of Lot -JI: thence smith -111  chains to the place nf commencement.  AL.  DOVLK.' '  Ualeil IKth July. 1WIU. '��)-  MIN'I-ULMj ACT. IWN"..  (KHIM   K.)  rKiermcATi: of, impkovi:mi:N'is.  WiilTJS  'J'O  Chas.  Estmerc.  o,      ft , '  - Mining and Stock Broker.  Kimberley, VB. G.  Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Ilarve/'  ,.    HARVEY & McCARTER"  r  Barristers,  Solicitors,   Notaries Public,-'  Conveyancers etc.  r   FOKT S'J'KI'jIjE. B. C.  KKVELSTOKK STATIOXaiulCJOLDEJf'   '  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  Douglas  Corsein  i *" ^  (CM-MD.)-'  OFFICE���KiveisMc Avenue.. '.  'j   , , . i        ,  Next Door to likamh'ira Drug Store.  GRASSICK   &   OEMPSEY.  f r j  CONTRACTORS  AND  HUIJLDBRS.    ��  Fort   Steele   B.C  HARRY   BARR  Fort Steele.  B.C,  General Blacksmith.  HORSE SHOEING,  AND JOBBING.  Mining    Work,   ft    Specialty.  E. J. .��COVIL  i       ��� '   '   i i  ���Jf   NOTARY HUHLIC.   ;fc  ' a '  Fin,-, fjife."Aeeident. Insurance. '  Ileal Estate and .MINING IJROKEK.  .jS       WINDERMERE,- B.   C.       *-'  i ( i,  1-UTEKIIOKOUCII.  T. H. TAYLOR, C E.  -PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR  o  Surveys, of  Mineral   uluinia. Roads,  Minc&. eto.  ^VtKUKllMKKIi:   B. U  ���>l  ��� >i  ROWAN MINERAL CLAIM..  Situated in the l-\ii'l Steele Mining Uivlslon  of South East ICnolenii.v Disli-ict.  Where located: On HucUlelierry Hill, near  Marl; creek.   ,  Talte notice that I. Nell Mcl.eod (Julian  (Affent for D.I). Mann. Krec Miners Cortilientc  No A SUM), Krep Miner's Certillcate No uMl.nTil  Hi tend rtO days from the date hereof, to apply to  lhe Mining Hcconier for a f'ertiliciite of Improvements, lor the purpose of obtnininc a  Ciown Gram of the ahove elaini.  And further lake notice   thai action  under  section :'l. mustlir- commenced hefore llie issu-  iinee of such Certtticaie of Improvement.  "Dated this ^4th. day of July. liHM.i.    ���  ��� ..' '   MKl'l'j McIjEODCUHKAN. Agent.-"  ANDREW  GONTRftGTOR  NEI DIG  a nIi    BUILDER  NOTICE.  . DAFFODIL'MINERAL-CLAIM. .  '���  Situate in the l^ort Steele -Mining'Division  of East Kootenay' District,       ���  Where locati-d: On lliicklelierryllill, near  Mark cre.el;.    .  Take notie.ii. ihat I, Nell McLeod Curra.ii  (Asent for-the North Star Mining CiimpiMiy,  Limited, li'iee Miner's Cei'titicaiii No if ftl.&ill)  Free.Miner's Cert.HU'ii'lc. No. u :il.fi7:t, inieiid' fin  days I'rinn. the ilateliei-eor, to apply to the Min7  ln>; Heciiiilei' for n (."erl.lllcale of Improvi.-iiienls.  for'tlie |iiii)iose of iil>l,niniii).r a Crown (Jriinl (if  lhe above claim.       .   - , ,.���-',  And furtlier take notice, that, action, iiiuler  section :t", must lie commenced before the issuance. or.Kiicli Certillcate of Improvements.  Dated the, iMl.ii clay or .luly, IlKXi.'.."  :��)- ,NKH. M'eLK.OD Ct'l.'UAN. A^enl-.  HOUSE AND SKi.N" I'AINTIN'O  CAl.Cl.MlNINO and 1'AI'KU IIANCIN'O  FORT STEELE,   H. C.  i-^". All   work iironiptly done.  MILLINERY  Just Received���A 1 arge con -  signment of Latest Styles.    ���  MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.  7 KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND  Presh Bread and Cakes  Fresh Fruits every flay  Fresh Vegetables  ; Fresh EiT^s  Fresh Milk aiul Butter  ROYAL  HOTEL  KIMBERLEY.  B. C.  The Kinust Li(|Utii'i" ami  Ci��ar�� nnd litist. I^tiriiisiteil  ltoonis in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  L. COHN  TAILOR  1  AND JJV1 PORTER OF  .i:..   FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B.C.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fort Stoclu B.G -  ., Iteg'tilik'   Daily. Sluge   meets  all-  trains at l.'Y.ii'l,..Steele .luncti'jn.  SADDLI0.& PACK. HORSE?  TK A MING OI'" ALL KINDS A .SPECIALTY.  I i  !'     ,;

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