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 J.F.  Armstrong  ���'^ruT^u^J^rlJTn^JT^u^^J^r^RnnrlJ^^J^  ��� ... ...  C' Incicpfiidcnl. I'Viii'le--. Soine-  2 I liiiif toinlort'M, r\ cry body.  5]        Subscribe now. ~  *\ -- '5  ���'KUTJT>ui>iiiniixuajTJUiJTXui>ihju.;;  A .\*i-�� -.jiajici lor Ih,. people. 'S  AU Uic mininri new- of the ��  district. ' ���?  #tAruTJTjxrurri/UTJiJUi/iJTjiJtnn/iro  Vol. 9.  BORT ST1SBBB, 13.  C, SATURDAY, MARCH   7, 19Qh\  No IO.  l;    ' DISTRICT MINIM.  ���'   ���#..-..;'  A . $100,000   Deal  Pending.-Ac-  tivity Among Placer  Mines.���  ,   Developing a Copper Property.  Will Handle a Big Business.  Southeast .Kootenay   has   extensive iron deposits.  The copper market shows  not  tlie slightest .signs oi' weakening  cither at home or abroad.  ,,     A   $100,<��O<i   milling;   deal     is  ponding in the gold epiariz   inin-  ing'eamp of Wild Horse creek.  ',,  Placer' miners   in   Southeast  Kooienay are making  extensive  ;preparations i'or spring work on  Wild Horse and Perry crooks.  ,  Within   throe   miles   of    Port  Steele, Joe Tacnhauscr is devel-  ' oping a copper   property   which  i.s   under   the   management    oi'  Oeqrgc .lucid.     A   liinnel is being run,to intercept the vein.ala,  depthrof i'OO foot     '  Delegates tb the convention  of tho Provincial Mining' Association at Victoria last week,  were received with enthusiasm.  There i.s now i no doubt , but Ihe  mining industry,of the province  will   be  much   benefitted1 bythe  t ii i  recent actions of the association.  The     people    of ���   Southeast  Kootenay     are     preparing    tf)  "handle the greatest business in  the history of the district. Tt,is  generally conceded that u more  mining men. investor*, and capital will be in- the Fort Steele  district thisyoar than i'or   many  ,years past,'; and that me placer  miners- will have,<.si plentiful  supply of, water for hydraulic,  mining.  The greatest interest _ is now  being taken in the Port Steele  mining district since the palmy  days of Wild Worse creek in the  (50's. This i.s evidenced 'by the  extensive preparatory work now-  going on among the big hydraulic companies who will operate  on the historic creek during the  coininj; summer.-  when the builders are confident  thai everything will be iu readiness. The ceremony will be an  elaborate one. Sir Thomas Lip-  Ion has placed Ihe order for the  sail-cloth for the Shamrock's  sails with a. Dundee manufacturer. ()n' previous occasions  the sails -were liiatlu'in .Belfast  The sails will be. of specially line  fabric, giving great strength,  and will'be slightly yellow in  color. '  ���  It's all,, Right.  PROVINCIAL   ASSOCIATION.    "|H  i.s   probable  thai   thc   power   .j.  '       'will be niilizi-'d for  the  purpose  May Settle Strike.���To Open Re-^of furnishing electric light and  serve.���Canadian  stitute.  Mining   In  lor   Hi.  surrounding  annonneed   by   the Pro-  secretary   that - in ������ all  It   is  vincial  timber leases and other similar  contracts entered into by the  local government hereafter, ,a  a special clause making tho lease  conditional upon non-employment of Chinese labor, will be  insisted upon.  AMONG   THE  MINES.  , r:v:l  i     -o  Will .Put in Sawmill.���Bull River  ,'Iron Mines.���Mining, Items of  Interest T  Work of the Miner's Association.  Among the Craft.  North Star Lodge, A. P. & A.  M., held its regular monthly  meeting Tuesday evening at  Masonic Mall. It was an interesting occasion. A large number of brethern were present.  The third degree was conferred  upon a candidate.  in THK urcn.-  The next regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain  Chaptor. It.A.M., will take place  Tuesday evening March loin,  an interesting and pleasing incident, of the evening will bo the  presentation of- the names of  some eight or ten for exaltation,  and the animal election bf  officers.  Don't Like Monroe Doctrine.  ��� The Uorl Steele i\tmor"s Association has put, iii 'place, at its  headquarters., a' number of  cabinets for the display of ores,  also maps and other data of information'.  Ft is the infonifon of thc secretary io make of it ah information bureau for the benefit of  strangers and -visitors lo the  town.        ^  New features will be added  from .time lo lime -until it' becomes one of, the attractions of  the town. Already a. numbier of  tine specimens of ore havo been  placed there, and people generally manifest, in i,l considerable  interest.  Hematite Iron Mines.  Government Means Business,   .  Col. Prior, the Premier, announced at the meeting of the  Provincial Mining Association  at Victoria, '-Thai the Covcrn-  nient would defray all expenses  to send af once a' delegation  Chosen by the convention" to  Fernie in an attempt to settle  ihe disastoroiis coal strike at  that point  May Settle Strike.  President'Keen, al   ilie   moot -  ing1 of    the   Provincial    Alining  Association     Monday,     made   a  dramatic   stroke   of  diplomacy,  when he asked general manager  Tonkin, who was in the audience  if he would accept the manly and  honest mediation of tho  concili-(  alion committee.     Tonkin, amid  loud applause,  cordially   accept-,1  ed Iheir good offices, and offered  to'show   them   every   courtesy,  even to opening  the  company's  book's.  tramway  conniry.  ll is announced lhat President  Roosevelt will begin his western  trip March 201 h. The Prosidenl  -Tnay expect and certainly will  Receive a very cordial reception  at Spokane.  NEWS OP THE rW0RLD.  Torpedo Boat Trial.���Long Trip  for Ball Club.���Amateurs to  Wrestle.  Dominion Line's New Service.  Provincial Victualers.  A movement cfor ihe organization of-ii' Provincial Licensed  Victualers" Association has been  .-.tailed. , Tt is intended to take,  in every license-holder���whether  wholesaler, retailer'or manufac-  iurer���-in British Columbia. A  c.ill has been issued 'for a convention to be held at 'Victoria  about the iiiiddlo_of May.  ,      DISTRICT  NEWS. '  Will   Build   Elk  River Bridge-  Water Power G-oing to Waste  : ���Fire at Lost Creek.  Will  Visit   Oil   Fields.  .To Open Reserve.  At the meeting o'f the Provincial Mining Association Monday,  motion was passed urging the,  government io resist tlie claim  of the Canadian Pa chic Railway  to the coal and petroleum lands  "of, Southeast, Kootenay, and to  open thooreserve on those lands  as well as --those of f; rah am  island!  'Another resolution asked the  dominion'government tb'opuii up  their ."iO.OOO acres reserve of.coal  land in the Crow's Nest Pass.  Canadian Mining Institute.  The. hematite group of iron  mines, situated on Iron creek, a  tributary of Bull river, consists  of twelve claims. througSi which  three immense veins of hematite  iron ore cuts ihe country formation. Thc veins are from lento  twenty-five feet in width, with  stringers running into the main  veins. l In Iron creek, are found  many boulders, of clean, ore  weighing several tons. 'A recent analyses resulted as follows:  Red hematite iron "H per cent,  sulphur less than two per cent,  phosphorous, Ira'cc. and contains  no interfering substances.  Montreal. March -I.���The annual meeting of the Canadian  Mining [nstiluie began at thc  Windsor today and will remain  in session until Saturday. The  al tendance includes members  front all parts of Canada and the  outlook i.s bright for the most  successful meeting in ihe history  of t he organization.  Cutoff at Columbia Falls.  ' Mr. Edward Judd, of'Oil City.  Pennsylvania, i.s now on his way  ^California, where he will'inspect sonic new oil wolfs which  have, ialoly been discovered  there, iu' ihe interest of .the  Standard Oil Co. '' ���  ,   ,  Mr. .lucid; on his 'return trip,  will visit and -inspect the ' oil  Holds of British Columbia. ' tie  will visit the oil fields "of, the  Flathead ' valley,' situated in  Southeast Kooienay and southern A Ibeila.' -   '  Vh\\ Build Elk River Bridge.  A Berlin university   professor  scores   the   Monroe  doctrine   as  follows:     -'The Monroe doctrine  is   an   ompty   pretension behind  which is   neither  energetic   will  or actual power."  A. The  above   mii,y go in Berlin,'-  but.    the     Kaiser    will,'   "Globe  zuruot  und   seize  dich   nieder,"'  before  he '���pushes' up against;the'  Monroe    doctrine,     backed   by  Teddy Roosevelt and I,he  people  of tlie 'United Slates.  To be Launched in April.  London, March ,7i.���It is now  learned that Shamrock [II will  not be ready for launching  March 17, as was originally  planned, and fhe ovent, will have  to be postponed until next month  Will put in Sawmill.  The Perry Creole Mining Company, operating on Berry creek  has purchased a sawmill from  K. Hanson, Wasa. Instructions  received at Steele Tuesday by.I.  A. Harvey, were, to make the  necessary arrangements I'or iho  immediate transportation of Iho  mill lo Berry creek.  Thc mill will he installed and  ready ,for operation by Iho first  of April. The mill has a daily  capacity of 2">.0()0.  Mining Notes.  If the price of, lead goes a  Utile higher, or oven holds firm,  there is scarcely any doubt but  the St. Eugene mi no will be. in  operation by flic Iirst of May,  says the Moyie Leader.  As   spring    draws, near    the  'prospects look brighter   for   the  milling camp's,in the  vicinity  of  "Fort. Steele.  In the Kooienay valley 'there  is considerable, activity now going on owing to the assurance of  actual work'being commenced  on the Kooienay Central railway  during the coming summer.  The Groat Northern branch  road to connect the main line at  Columbia Falls with the  .lennings line to the Crow's Nest  coal fields, will commence construction as soon as (he men and  teams can be put in the field,  and the road Avill be pushed to  completion as rapidly as possible.  News Notes.  Government Agent Armstrong  visited It" Ik river Monday, io  lake measurement for' the new  bridge to be built, -in place of  the one that went out last year  during high witter.  Plans are now being made,  and ii is expected that the work  of construction will commence  by the first of ihe coming monlh  Water Power Going to Waste.  Washington.���A proclamation  has been issued by President  Roosevelt calling an extraordinary session of the senate of the  rifith congress lo meet March r>th  There is enough power, now  going to waste, at the Elk River  falls lo drive fho machinery ai  every mine operating in Southeast Kootenay. and to furnish  light i'or every town, or hamlet  in the district.  The falls at Bull River, has  power sufficient to run the proposed Kooienay Central Railway  The day of the conversion of  railways    from   steam   io   elec  Halifax, X. S.'. March (>.---Thf  Mali fax - Boston - QuPf-nslown -'  Liverpool service recently arranged by the Dominion Line  was inaugurated today.with the  sailing of the steamship Canada  from this port for Quecnslown.  This service is designed lo continue only during Ihe winter  months, when the navigation of  the St. Lawrence to Montreal is  impracticable. ' The object is io  give'-  the      Dominion     another  i      i-  trans-Atlantic steamship service  thOc.yeur-around.   '  TlilAL Ol'1 TOKPKOO KOAT  WJIIl'I'UC.  Washington,'D.C.. March (i.���  The rapidity wilh Avhic-h th6  smaller typo of craft are being  added to Ihe United Slates navy  is evidenced by the fact that  scarcely a week' passes that does  not sec a torpedo boat, a destroyer, monitor or other craft  on its'trial trip or put info commission. Today if is the torpedo  boat clc'sl rover Wlfipplc lhat has  its trial trip on Chesapeake Bay  and tomorrow a sistc.r boat, fhe  Wrifden, will be tested over, the  same course. Tin? two boats are  of the same general type' as the  dozen or so- 'others, that have'1  boon commissioned during the  last Sow years, of -l'!'i tons displacement and designed to have  a speed of from 28 fo 'SO knots  an     hour. Experience      has  brought '"iho ctilistriiclion of  these smaller craft, down to a  fine point and it is seldom Lhat  any of those turned out (.nowadays fails to come up to all the  requirements of the- contract.,  aud oftentimes in the matter of  speed tlie requirements are exceeded.  I'OQ   A.MA'l-kl'KS  '\'tfi\   WKKSTI/K.  New York. March G.���Judging  by the large number of ambitious amateur wrestlers who  'have soul in their entries for the  amateur wrestling championships of the A. A. U.. which arc  io begin a( thc New'Bolo athletic  club tonight, the tourney will be  Ihe most successful ever brought  off in this viciniiy. The list of  prospective contestants includes  over twoliuudrcd names.  The events will be as follows:  Bantamweight. J0."i pound* and  under: featherweight,        115  pounds     and     under:      special  Kansas has- bargained ro purchase Slocan Zinc ores up to,  7r>,000 tons a year.  Revelstoke.���The Revelstoke  railway men attached to the  brotherhood went out as anticipated Tuesday morning, in synv  pathy  with   V  B. R. E.   men   a"l  Vancouver. ���  .... j  Close of 57th Congress.  Washington, March I.���The  fifty-seventh congress expired at  noon loday by limitation. in  many respects the closing scenes  were similar io those at the end  of every congress, bul there has  not boon iu many years such a  demonstration in the house as  occurred loday owing lb the facf  lhat speaker Henderson was re-  retiring. not only as presiding  officer,, but-from (he house as a ,  m em her.    "        '  ' THE LEAD MARKET.  How- Rise   in   Lead   will   Affect  Soutlieast Kootenay.     . ���  Lead is Rising Rapidly in London  ti-icity"isathanfl: and it is  pos- j weight.   liT.  pounds  and undei  siblc   thai   you    may   see    thisi1'"1*"01^  Impound  power  applied   to   the new rail-1 weight, IK. pounds, and middl  way when completed.  A Fire at Lost Creek.  welter  o  weight.  !"'s pounds and under,  i.oxc Tiiir foi; i;.\li. ci.ni.  Men   have    been  ike I he place*   of  Vancouver,  brought in to  the strikers. The freight-handlers have (|iiil in sympathy. The  brotherhood forces at AYinnipog,  Avhich,-' have bin; jusi, emerged  from a coiiilif'.t with the C.P.li.  have wired their .sympathy and  assurance' of support. . . ���  Menominee, Mich.���About 20  fishermen are in great peril on a  large body of floating ic.efliaf  suddenly broke , loose ' Monthly  between Bailey's .Harbor aiid  Chambers island. :, .  Quebec���James ..I. Hill, the  American railway magnate, lias  purchased from Lord Mount  Stephen,'his. property al Grand  Metis, which includes the' water  power and salmon fishing  there.  record.  lie  The cabin of Williain Moore,  who lives al Lo^t crook, with il.'  contents were doMroyod by lir<  laM Friday. The cause' of the'|^)w_ Anneles  tin; is unknown. Moore was'  away from Iho cabin at ihe time  I lie lire occurred nnd can give  no cau.se for its oriyiu.  j C'hicaiio National   League  baseball leaiu starts tomorrow on the  i longest Spring training   trip   on  Died at Maiysvilie.  rose  lohii  M rs;  ��� Died on Monda,y, afv Uk  donee��� of. Mr. and Mrs.  Bennett, .at M'arysyillo.  J. Tibbotis, 'bolter known as  Grandma, Tibbotis. of hear!  failure induced by old age.       ;  Bank of Commerce.  Tlie Bank' of. Commerce has  decided to apply for authority io  increase its capital to ten 'million  None of the new stock will be  issued this year.  objective point is  Cat. where two  \ weolc- will be spent in prelimi-  i mi ry practice. On the return  itrip lo Chieaiio the team will  play practice games al^_FJ Paso.  A I bin | ue i (pie. Colorado , Springs,  ���Denver, 'Omaha, and other poinls  'All oil. Israel Tar to is. iibf; a I'l or  ..Sir Wiil'iaiii. Aliilock. lie -'denounces ihe ministers tarilV .talk-  in North' Ontario, -a.nd .sites  MuloekAs- .millions as a further  cause of offense.  Canada will name -a  Bri lisli repi'eson tat i ves  Alasl<aii commission."  The   strike   situation    at Vancouver is1 serious (and   assuming  grave     proportion's;      and      no  freight is being handled.'  The Lanyon Zinc Company  of  Southeast Kootenay is.to have  its innings "this year. Most  cheering is tho late reports from  London, the groat lead market  of the world: "Lead is, rising  rapidly."  On   Wednesday   tho   price of  load     on     the    London   market ,  reached XI2 liis (id,   the  highest  point yet touched.     Tho market  is reported firm ,\vilh_ a  further  mpward 'tendency.      Silver also  shows a steady advance.     '��'  ; The    smelling"*1 I't'iSf,   ol   the  United   States 'is   powerjess ; <oA'  prevent,a' rise in lead, they have  no surplus on hand, and no  surplus   lire   is    available   in   ihe  United States.,, 'The l-'aystrcak.  states, that tho   London   market  is safe from slaughtering on the  pari of Ihe Ameriean.s^Oormany  is   short    on    lead.    Belgium    is  shorl, and the British demand is  increasing    enormously.       With  only Spanish and Australian lead  coming    against     the     London  market, prices will rise  as .sure  as fate.  Such a rise in lead is undoubtedly If) the interests of the silver  lead industry of Southeast  Kootenay. It will place the big  producing niinos o'f the district  in active operation. With the  St. Eugene. North Star and  Sullivan mines in operation: a'  largo number of miners now idle,  will find employment, and every  merchant, and resident of this  district. will reap a certain  amount of benefit: and place in  circulation hundreds o�� thousands of dollars. This means  prosperity to the entire district.  Purchase the United States.  1!   three  on. the  At a mooting of -.he Windsor.  Out. city council: ' an alderman,  offered a resolution to be forwarded to King F.dward, through  the hands ol the governor-general of Canada, praying him to  confer with Ihe I'rosident of the  I'nited Stales io ascertain upon  what terms, il any, eon.sislent  wilh Iheir dignity, the people of  ���the United St at es w< n 11 d agree  lo .annexation or sale of .the,'  States lo Canada. .      ���    .  .The resolution; was referred to  Ihe market and properly -committee,'which has charge o'f all  transfers of property..  Settlement in Sight.  IJVrnie, ���' March ('.--There is  every reason for believing that  the strike now in progress at the >  coal mines in the Crow's Nest  Pass will be terminated within  the next few days. 'Hlfi DKOSPtfCTOi'    FOliT STABLE,  B.  (.'.,  MARCH  7.   l!if��5.  ��J-je $fv0&pzct0v.  osr.xui.isHicu   imt. i  fi  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    KD1TOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, if* published  every Saturday, and lias n guaranteed  circulation larger than any other papei  In Kast Kuoicuu>. It is all home Printed  and contains double the liens of imj  Mher paper iu the district. ,.  SATUKDAV, MARCH  1903.  immense  i  X 'our opinion, the announcement by the opposition  newspapers, to the effect that  the recent election in West Yale  seals the doom of the Prior  Government is premature. And  from recent advices received  from the coast during the past  week, we are forced to the conclusion, that when the House'  meets on April 2nd. the Government will have a sufficient  majority to transact business.  Wo are also of the opinion that  no general election will Dtake  place in this province this year.  * * ��� *  ' The i political bee, buzzing  under the bpnner's, of certain  politicians in this, riding, will  have ao wait another year before  aspirants for legislative honors  can start the '-Hot Air"' movement "in the Banana belt.  Of the many mining operators  who are interested in the Fort  , Steele district, there is not one,  that Is" not fully satisfied that  time will 'prove this district to  be one of the richest mining dis.  tricts in British Columbia.  ���        ���*���   f-   *  Rort Steele is essentially the  center of a vast mining industry  and 1imo will demonstrate that  the placers, and free-gold quartz  mines tributary,' to Port 'Steele  will in the near future contribute  a large increase ,to the metal  production of tho province.  " The coming summer will see  the Kootenay Central Railway  ' under construction, ,and will  mark an are-' _.ruCtivity in mining; in fho main- range of the  Rocky mountains, from Tobacco  Plains lo Iho northern boundaries of the district  *    *    * ,  ,   Southeast Kootenay is ono ' of,  tliohesl/ Iimoored -and' watered  mining     districts     in     British  Columbia.   Many si reams course  through Iho district,   and, every  claim or mine has  a   convenient  and ample water supply.     The  mountains are steep, which permits of ihe development of  pro-  .periies at a,  minimun   cost,   and  with few  exceptions  mines  can  be   developed   by   tunnels   and  t. drifts.    The district tributary to  the   lown   of  Fort   Steele   is an  , ideal mining country, and   when  the Kootenay Central railway is  completed fhe eyes of the   world  will.open io  the'great  mineral  possibilities of this much favored  portion of the province.  v. f. if  A great demand is going up  from the residents of-Sovuheast  'Kootenay to tho effect that the  government throw open the reserve lands in the southeast  portion of this district. If the  government will throw open this  vast area of coal, oil and mineral  lands, it will bring a large  amount of capital into the district, and prove a fruitful source  of revenue to the province.  opportunity  For (retting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Grirl has the  same Opportunity under our  System.  In order to have Dr. Arnold's English  Toxin Pills placed iu tho hand? 'oi all  persons suffering from bad health wo  make the following most liberal oiler -  If you will '-end u>, your name and iwl-  dres^ and agree io -^ell for us mvlic  boxes Of Dr. Arnold'-! English Toxin  Pills at 2.">e. per box, wc will   fiive  yon  AH.SOI-CTELY     FKKE     A       HK.UJTI I-"1!' I.  WATCH AND CHAIN'    ill   either   Kadie-,  or Ocjttts *5/.e, or yonr choice of t\voiit,\  other" premium* '.tieh  as   line set-  nl  Jewelrv.    Itin^>.   Violin-,   .Mandolin-,  Tea Sets, Sateen   Skirts., Camera-..'etc  Kemeinher    we    don't   want    anv  (MONKY   until   after 'you   scl]  the Mill,  and  you  don't   have  to  -ell ain more  than   12  boxe,-   to  net   the  premium-.  This i* a bona fide oll'er Ify-nn a ivhalile  concent  that has  {riven  thoiwanii-  ol  dollars worth of premiums toajrent-. all  over the country.   Remember al-o thai  Dr. Arnold's Kn^lish  Toxin Pills area  welhlcnown remedy for'all  disease-  ol j  the    kidney    and    bladder,   l'.ri^ht'-  disease, diabetes, rheu'm.\:i*ni.,!iei-\oiw  troubles,   and  female  complaints,  and  are for sale by all first   clas-  amirsNt-  nd   dealers in medicines in all parts ot>  the world.Von havo only to -hou thorn  to sell  them.     You are not  ohVritijj  somerhius that the people don't  know.,  Our watches are the , regular staudaru  size   for   Ladies   and    Gentlemen     in  Nickel or Gun Metal Coses, with  handsome   illuminated   dials   and   reliable  time-keepers, watches1 such a-, no lady  or gentleman need be ashamed to carry  and they will be  seni  absolutely Bre'e  to  all wh'o sell  only  twehe  lv>xe= ol  those wonderful Toxin Pilla.   Write at  once and be the iirst in your locality to  get one of those beautiful watches and  chain.     As  soon  as  we receive your  letter or  post  card  we  will-sctid you  post paid twelve boxes,   tog-ether with  our Illustrated' Catalogue and  beautifully colored card with your name  and  address on  as our authorized   agem.  Bear in mind that you will noL be asked to soil any more" than 12  boxes  and  we   DON'T    WANT   ANV   MONEY   until  after you have sold them. We bear all  the expense aud are only making: this  libera! offer 'a.% a meihou of advertising-  Dr. Arnold's English Toxin Pills.  Dori'i delay, write at ouc^ and earn a  beautiful present for yourself for  Christmas.  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO., Dent'  50 Adelaide St. East. Toronto. Out.  ���?j? Tj? ?j? ?��?  '"I4f  i��t*  The  Headauart&rs   for  r   ���  Hlining   and   Commercial  Men  All  Hotel  Modern  Wi  Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   ^Sample   Rooms   for  "Commercial  Men.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the IWEost  Extensive  , ,      i ^ ,  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  Agriculture  Grraxing and the  Lumber Industry;  1 i  i   '    o  are Prominent  Features bf the  WANTED���SEVERAL' PERSON'S  of character and good repuLation in  each state (one'in this county required)  to represent and advertise" old established wealthy business house of solid  financial ���> stano'ino. Salary S21.00  weekly with expenses additional, all  payable in eash direct each Wednon-  day from head oiliee-,. floi-su and  carriage furnished , when ncee^ary.  Ueferenoes. Enclose m%1 I-addressed  envelope. Colonial Co.. u'3-l Dearborn  St.. Chicago.  NOTICE.  Take notice linn I intend to apply iliii-ivday-  i*i-oiii the diue ln-ieof to tlio Cliief Coiiinils-ioiior  (if ijittuls and Woiks for n specinl license 10 out  nn,l carry invay timber fiom the following de-  .sri'ilx.-d trad of l:imi lylnif in Southeast ICooip-  nny District.  Commencing at the noitli wp-t eornei-of I^ot  No. '"Boi", Uroup 1; tlience south   ICO chiiins.  thenee cast 40 chains: tlience norlh 1(50 chain-:  tlience wc��t 40 chain-, to the plnce of hoKiunini:  WILLIAM CAK1.IN  Muted Oth Pelininry. 1P0.1. 'i  South East Kootenay ^^MBSBKH^' District,  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District. ������     ".������.,���'.       /�����..���  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to c  R. L. T. Galbraith,    Townsite Office.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  5tpauh;hicago|  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KansasCily-CHICAGO.  \r  NOTICE.  Take notice lhat 60 days after date, I intend  to apply to ihe Chief Coinniissionei' of l.tinrts  and Works for peimlsslon to purchase (he following described land in Soutli ICust Kootenay  - Commencing at u po>-i planted at the soutli  limit of Geoise Arnold's pre-emption near the  line of the British Columbia Southern Railway  thence .south SO chain'- more or les-. tn the  Indian Reservation; thence west 40 chains:  thence nouh JO chains more or less to thc south  limit of said George Arnold's pre-emption;  thence east along said south limits to the place  of begniium: ' Oontnlninjr 100 tines moie or  less.  Dated this :ird day of January. 190'i.  >' ELIZABETH AltNOLU.   '  I  4  ;1  4  SALE   OF   MINERAL   CLAflVIS  For Unpaid Taxes in .the'Port Steele Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  I  1  Lfek   nrWjSl"^  wm&.^G  Your attention i.-. culled to t,ho  ������Pioneci- Limited" trains of tlio "Milwaukee & Si Paul I'ail way.1' -'Tho only  perfect trains in tlie world.'*  You will Iind it desirable lo ride on  thoese trains when going' lo any point in  the Eastern Suites ov Canada. They  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains and 'all Ticket Aj>-ont.s. soil  tickets:  For I'ui'tlier inforninLion, pamphlets,  etc. ask any Ticket. A^ont, or  R.  1,. KOKD, II. S,  ROW]-:,  Pits^. Ayent, General Agent,  SPOKANE. PORTLAND,  Assessor  hereby  's oflicc  iO  on  give notice thai on Monday, the ISlh day of .May. A.I)., Hid:!, m ihe hour of Hi o'clock a.m., at U���j  at the Court, J Louse. Port Sleelo. 15. ('.. I shall oll'er foj- viU' by public auelion the mineral olninis ih the  list hereinafter set out. of which Crown (���rants have been ii-uoil, for all unpaid laSes- accrucil, due and payable on thy  301 h day ol .lune. l'.WW. or accrued, due and payable at any :10th of June subsequent u. the dale of the is*ue of ifi  ���4'i-aiits, and remaining unpaid nHlio ,'ilst day of Uoeomber. 1!)02. and lor the expenses of aiUvrlwing- this notice.  II the taxes and expenses of advertising, as set out in said list, are not paid lo me on or before the dav of tin  the claims may be sold to the highest bidder, and a conveyance executed lo ihe purchaser of all   rinht   and  said claims legally alienated by the Crown by the Crown "-rants thereof  In the evenriif tiro7e"heine' no purchaser, or if the price oll'erod shall not In  penaes of advertising, the  void.  he f.'rowii  sale,  inleresL   in  -n Mi  land slmll absolutely reverl lo the Province and the Crown erani--  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  eieni   lo   pay   the   laxet.  and   ex-  tliereol  shall'* be  deemed  iVAMK OF   PKi;SO\.  llMRCiar'I'ION   OK  CLAIM.  Kootenav Pvraniid Miiiiii"-Co. Ltd  "Llarphain"     Lot No. L'.'Mi. (: I  /'Pyramid'"       Lot No. 2131. C I.  ���"Warren"       .Lot No. ��� (iOfi. G I.   ..  '"Mountain Cbicf     Lot No. (107. C I  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that sixty  daya aftur dttc I intend to apply to tlie  Chief Cummis-iionftr ol Lands and  Workif^flt Victoria tor p^rrnidslon to  purchase the following lands, situate' in  South Kast Kootenay.  Coniiiiencing' at. a post planted about  one mile north .of''Humes Ranch on  Luke creek west of the hill known ay  ".Wild' Horse If ill;"' thenee north HO  eliains, thence wesi 'III eliains, thenee  south 80 chains, th'ci.ice. east ���!() dialim  to the plu'eer.nr.bcjrinii'infr.  ���   .0 .JACK  P.LLL.  I'lated tin; Htlh day of Februarv.  IHO.'!  NOTICE.  Tako notloi that ��) days utter date X intend  to apply to th�� CUiuf ConiinI��sioii��i of I.hikIs  and Work., for a 21 jears Timber Len��o of the  following lands, situate on tlie Kuotcnuy Klvui  la .SoutbiiMt Kootenay (lescrlbotl ns follows: ���  CommenchiK at n point where tlio casl limit  of Lot 451W Group 1 luioiwcets tlio Kootenay  River; thenee houUi 8U eliains; llieneo en1-! SO  chains, thence south ISO chains, thenee eust -10  thenee nortli 120 chains, thence we"t 80 chains,  thence north TiOchaliiB, thence weslilO chilin-  tbeur-e .south tat) chains moie or les1- to the  place of be��lnnlii(/.  Daled thl�� nth day of January, 1003  7 C. RTJNQISKKORD POr.LllN.  Reduced Rates from the East  Coinineiicinr; Pebrunry I.Jib and eon-  tinuin" until April .''0th there  will   be  lowj-ates in ell'ect from Ilie Kast via tlm  rilinois Central U.K.  to all   Washington, Oregon and Idaho points.     If  any  of your Irionds or relatives in the   Eabf  are. coniiti" Went while these  rales are  in   otfeel,   give   us  Iheir name aud ad-  dre^K, and wc will mnlce il our business  lo aeo. Unit they are given Ihe be.s.t po��-  rfible   service.'    We   operate  ihroii��h  personally   conducted   oxeur.sion   ears,  and in fact yive you the benefit   of   the  latest conveniences  known   to  modern  railroading.       We   have   15   dillereiii  i-oute.s bctwei.-n Hie Must and the Wesl,  and  are  iu   position  to  ��ive  you   tlie  benefit     of     ihe    best    eoinbinationi.  Write iim and wo will ��lvc von fiill particulars.   P.. H. TmjMHiTiJ.. M:} Third  St., Portland, Oreifon.  Alberta & Kootenay Development Synd  Goodaere. Lawrenee     Well, Chan. II. etui   Coodevc. Arthur S  ..'  Phillip.s, Arthur.  ���'Granite"  "Albert"  "Ooinstouk"  "Kerin"  ���'Wolmer"  ���'Urooks"  ���-.Milton"  r'stille" ,  ��� '���Bailey'"  ���Walsiiijihain  '������(litfilioo Marsh  "iMohiean"  ������Gem*'  "Stonev"  ������Selkirk"  "Great Hear  "Gein"  ���'Surprise"  Lot No.  Lot No.  Lot No. '  .ot No.  Lot Ku.  Lot  No.  (108. C I .  COO. G I,  (ill). G V .  V.W. G I..  IILVj. G 1 .  !!:!��. G 1   .  Loi No. lilL'7, G |..    .  l.ol  No. L'll'S. (;  I ...   .  Lot No. 212'.), G 1    ...  ..ot No. 2\'.U), G I..   .   ,  Lot No. HO-lil. C. I  Loi No. .-to.-,!, (I 1  hot No. -10.10. G I  Lot No. .Idol, G 1  Lot No. -MSI). G 1   Lot No. <!0��10. G I   Lot No. mini, (i I .  Loi No. .-!5(i0. G I   . .   ..  I'N'I'All)  TAX MS  .1 ,  ��8.00 /   '  s as.00 /  ,  ' r>i oo /  .'iO.ou-A  r��2.uo^ ,  ', ol.OO^'  , 'IT.OOv   .  , ���IU.00'/'  :io oo v  , -i:t on /  ni oii/' '  i a:i oo v,  'IU.00'  ,'is.on'A  no oo^  ����� oti/C^  0.00    t��  Jl   00     r  11. Ill)  11.'. 25  9 "' U  i.'t.iniY*--  Expenses of,'  Adverti-iiii" I  TOTAL  li.*)  ������r^s.i;.".  . 0.">  ��� :18 ().">  . (ifi  ,' f> 1 . fin  ,J0   ()!)  :'l-   ().')  li.")  , ::i.(i.r)  Oo  , it ry,  1)0  ���  -IH (if.  (i.*>  In). flfi  or.  ���i.-l.iir.  0">  .il <:.}  (l.*)  , ���IILtW  (iwi  ���12. or.  it"  :is if, ,  i;."i   '  2i).(m  ii,r)  22 Im  i i.i  !l  l'i:i  Im  11.11.1  ' II.II,")  Cm  12 00  II*.  t\:-i  10 -III  1   i.-i i;.-,  i  Dated ut Fori Steele. H. C. this 2nd dav of March l!in:i.  CVNIflLSOiV.   Asskssoi;  Fort, Sloolo Assos-sintinl Dislrioi  l-'orl Steele Posi Ofllee.  NOTICE.  WI.N'nitAL ACT  (roll si r.)  ISM  ANDREW  G0NTRAGTOR  NET DIG  ^n'i)    BUILDER  IKIILSK AND Stc'N'l'AlNTlNi;  CA^CI MINI NO nnd I'Al'HH HANCIING  FORT STEELE, B. C.  Al]   work  ))i-oiriptly done, j   Tfi  ��� ,     CERTIFIOATK OK IMI'llOVKMEN'rH.'    '   .  NOTICE.  Sultan,'  fllllHlde,   .laek.son   and   Alma  Mineral  GlniuiH. ���  5lltiinU! In the Fort Su.k;Ih Minim; HU'IhIoii of  Knm ICooteniiy Dl.'dilct.  Whiiiv lovnt'eil: ���On the. tVc.il Fnrk. oi'HI.  MuryVi lllvei, ikIJoIiiIiid lint "(Ircnf lnuio"  Mliuirnf C.-liilui.  'J'Mkc ii.otlrc' llinl 1. John Mcl.iiU-lilc, ul Lliu  (Jlty cf, |MflH(>ii, nciliiu'iim iiKdit r(>i'.lnx('|>li II.  VVrlKhl.' Fi-(.(! Mlnvr'K . O-i'tlllculc ' No. j  "H.MW.". Intend, .sixty days frinii lln; dnl(! |  licrcof, Id (ipply Ui the Mliiliig Ucco'nliM'for  Ct-rtltlcntcH o( Iiniirovc'm'oiits, ror llm. pus-poko  of olitiilnini; :i f.'rowii (limit* ot the nhnve  clnliiiN.  And furihni' tnl'io nollco  mm  nctlon.  tnulcr  secthin. 37, must hu coininvnccil bclorr the is'li-  unct; (if siieh Cci'tlllculCH (if Iniiirovciiionis.  Pnted this "th .lay of Oo.tobcr. A.M.. ]!)��!.  JOUN .McLATClUK,  NOTICE.  NOTICK \a herchy i.'lveii.lliiuiiii aiijillttntlon  will  bo tniii.li>  to tho I'nrlliiincnt. ol' (Inmtdii ut.  tho iiuxt. Susslon  thereof for. hii Acl to Inror-  lioratu ii ('(iniimny to Ik: linown iih '.'Tho South-  cii) Outriil I'iicIHi: K'lillwny Coinpuiiy". ioooii-  xti'iiet. nnd (i|ic>ni|c n lino of iiillwny t'niiii   V'lin-  coiivor In IIi'IiImIjiOiIiiiiiIiIii noi'tlii'i'ly nnd otisl-  ('i')y   hy   ('piiy   of lln-   ICoiiliMiny   IMhm   Iu .mimiii  point nn tlie old Mini 'Ulvur III tin-   DIhIi'K.'I   ol'  Allici'lit';     Ilieiiee.  , norlh    i-iiHtci'ly     ilironnh  SiihIihi,i:Iii;h'iiii Io lOiric piiltil  on   the   Uliiiirlilll  Klvor:   wilh   powi'r .in (-onsi.riii-l   nnd opcnili-  OdcKi'iipli.iind li'loplionc llnoi. for  the   pitcpnsi!  of Its'IiiimIiii',i-i imdl'oi'the pnlillc; und   In  nwn,  iihi! mill  o|Mii'iilij'��'iili.��r'powcr.-i  coiivittiluiil. In  the iend for niIIwiiy ninl .ullicr purposes':   und  to own nii'l  (iporiiljf  sloiiin-slilp",  rcrrl("(.   iind  shlp|)lii|/. iimi   build  ninl'Ci'vci  lln-  iii'i'cs^iiry  wliurvi-s ninl clcvntoi'-i:   :uid   with  xurli  othor  pnwcis niid prlvlli'/rci iis'iii'i;  iisiinlly  i/lvcn   to  nillwny I'oinpiinli'". ' '.���  '.lOMNS'l'd.N &  FALCIlNniUMOl'-,.  Solicitors for the Appliciints.  Dliti'd ill Torniitn this-Jiith ilny of   Dcrcmber.  190'-'. ' ���.'  [ Motioc !<; Iioraby ffiven thin ApiillPiiilon mil  bo iiiiulii io thn Lojfisliillvo Assembly ol llic  Province ol Urilisli roliiinbhi in Iim next session, by Hip lvootciiiiy Out nil Knllmiy I 'otn-  puny: for nu aoi to aiikmhi its Actor Iticorpoin-  tlon, helm; 1 lidwiiril VII, Clhup. 70, hy ilolln-  Intf nioic idii'llciiliirly the llmi! for .diiposll of  sccurlly 'ninl hy o.\'tonillii(( the llniu for the cv-  lii.-iidlttiii.'ol'Ton Thoiisiind MollurH In Hui'Veys  or coiistriicllon iih rciuiltod iiy Secllon Ifi nf  niiId Ac.l of Incoipoi'iillon.      '      '  ���IIAl'VKY   .t MofJAKTIClt.  Sollcll.oi'H for Appltc.'.iiits.  Muted the IKiih ilny of Jiiniiiixy I IM ��;i.  I N. HAN:  NOTICE.  Notice Is henil.iy kIvc'ii .Mini nn iipplicnlloii  will lie'inude t.n the I'lirlliiiiicnl of (.-niuiilii nl  Its next session by Hie lvootciiiiy (Jontriil Kull-  ��� w.iy I'oiiipiiii.V' for tin Acl lo Amend lis Act of  liicorp.ii'iilloii lielnu I ICilu-ard VII, Oliup. 71 by  ext.e.ndini;Hie Unie for .the c-o'iiiiiiiiticeiiicii1. (if  coiiHtriicllon und Hie completion of .mild Rnll-  wuy. us limited by Kcctlmi I-J oi's'nld Act, of Incorporation.  Muted .liitiiiuiy ildth. !(Hj:l.  IIAHVKY & McCARTEIi.  (Solicitors for Ar'PllUHiits.  Oejjeral  Merchattt  I^icfMor  Dealer.  AN D  iiii��-|(.i.s  Uirge.. ;i,s.soi-  nl ways   A  ftPlf'dlAIATy.   :       ZS'  ^ Maniiftictiiriii- ofiiill Ivinds of LiiiiiImh-  ��' iiioiit. ol' son^onerl Liinilxvi-untl SI  S^ .   " on liiinil  S '                                  i.  S= DIMENSION'      lAUMKETi      A  I .W.flSfl,;- * * THE PROSPECTOR,   FORT STEELE.  IJ,  C,  MARCH  7    lMfi.;
&£he $f£0&peci0t.
'     NOTICE.
N'OTK i: is luiiii*. rfiidi t lm t Ihntv.liV-
I'ln dale, \u tin ninl. i-i„'in (I lull ml M ipplv
In the Assist nit 1 ommissioin i nl himU md
Wm Ks ioi tin Di-li i( 1 ot Lust kooti nuv und
Ilu1 I'hnl Cumim —mm i ol l.iuids und U'oiUs
lm In misi s to piospi (t lot ( n.il on the lollow-
in^ dustiibi il I mils -itu IK iK.tthol tin I'lnt-
hiuil ltnei eust ni tin i 1st houmliii v Inn ol
the ('.inudliin I'm ilu i.iilvvuv giant in tin
■smith Liisi poition ol i;n-t Kooti n>i\ Distm t
fJiinsh Cclmn.Mii
1 Commenting at a post about Moreen miles
north east of J he town of \Ionlsse\ helng the
initial post ol ChntliS Felorsoi. s tluliu, .ld-
latcni to flu* not ih c.isi i oi nei of Sin ih \
Hon (l.ilm thcnii; nouh !SJ i luuis, llieitfi!
wist CO th.iius thence south Fo chuins thence
i 1st tO (lulu- to Iho pi i('( <)1 hi ginning ( 011-
l lining iilU .u ics
M.iKd Fi hi mil j 10  I'mi
I'M MILK'S I'r.TLIiSON    lax Hot
' A   ll.ii Li II   Agenl
' (. ummt limit- -il >i bo-t hung Ha soulh
ui si ( oi nei post of Mm Hi,i Hon s chilin iinil
•iiljui cm to tin south e ist niiin i of ( limits
I'd. i ■■oil's «1 li l in tlieiui not ill Ml (hums,
Uk in c cusl SO (limns thence south "U ( hums,
tlicim* ut si -il i hums to t In pl.n eol In ginning
(iilil.iluiligiiltl .an s
, A   11 I" l.i It   Agi "I
Mull d l'i b   mill, I'm.'.
I romim in iiik ut ,i post In mg tin* moi Hi
oust (oi iu l posl of's.n,ih   V    Itoss   (hum   und
Aiiljiicciii to tin south wi si ( ot in i of Mu thn
Hull-, (hilin HniKi south SO ihuiiis tliuiid
ue-l rO chains tin m i iiuiilihi) (hiiins, lln mo
i" 1st so chuins to the pi n i ol Ik •Jnning i on-
Ullning 1H11 ii k s
=~==^=r-r-iL=i=sAl{AII; \ -1103^,-Lf M'O1
'VII lelvCtl'    \gOUt
Muted l'eb  lOlli, IHO I
l Commencing .H ii po-t hung the noi lli
ucstcoinci ol tlluciiLi 11 Fiuihei s il inn md
adjoining the nnith oust coi nei ot 'i.u.ih A
UOss'iliilni tin in P south SOeh.iins them e e 1st
"OihAliiH tlienci noil li fi" (limns iheiiie west
Mlehuiiis to tin pi n o of beginning i oiUiiinuig
om ucies ,
C'l.AItLVC II  It   FKATHLK    I.Oditoi
° V    llild.CII     \LCllt
-  l)itill Tel)   Hull   I'HU '
i Commoiu ing at a post abnul two nnhs
OilsL ol Chillies IVlcisotis initial post heing
tin initial post ol M S M.ims 11 inn and tinsmith east ioi mi tin in o noith -0 ih.nns
Hu nee west SO (limn- tin ncc -outh mi ih.inis
thPiiro cnsi b<> ih.iin- to plnii of beginning
loniillnlng MO .ten s
' ' MS   MA\ is   I .oi noi
\   Hut Kill   Vgent
Ihiloii 1>1)   Kith, I'IIH
li Commencing .il a post In mu Hit ninth
oast (oimi post ol .linns TI F.v.ui- tl.ilm
iii nl .nijieoni io tin south e i-t (oint i ol 31 -«
Duns (luiiu Ilium south so ch.uni limine
wust so chums tin ncc noi th SO th.11 n» tltiiifp
cutt SO th Uiis to phu 1 ol beginning ( om lining
MO a( 1 es
.1 wins 11  nv ins Loi.noi„
\   II 11 kelt' \t,cnt V
Dated Tib  10 no.
7 (.-01111m tu ni|, ut 1 post belli:; Ilu soulh-
wt st lonif 1 posl of T A lluguul - (limn mill
'idjiuriit to tin 1101 llionst 1 oi in 1 of .linin s II
Lv.ui s 11 urn, thenco 1101 lli -0 iluiins ihcmi,
iftsigoihiinis tin tiLi soitth sochuiiis thence
west so chums in the pirn e ot hcsiiining containing tHO ticu's -
F'A   Hugguis, Lot nun
' \   II \CKi:TT   A fit nl
Mated TVI> 10 mill
' 1 Commencing ul 11 posl being the 1101 llt-
Vrst coi nei post ot \lc\ 1" Utstins 1 luiiu
tinil ndjiioi nl lolin smith west cot mi ol F V
Huggln'-. (laim them o south ftOihnim ilutico
piist sn clmiii- Hu 11(1 noith ill (hiiins tliiiiie
wisi SO c-li ilits to pint 1 01 higinnln,. 40111 lining
■■ VLLV I".   AI'Vl'IN" f.ocntoi
\   lliu Ui 11   A„'iul
MiUKl Pel'   10   I'HU
'(    CoiiiniPiii nif. at a  post  helm,   thc south
oust coiuci  postol   Anion Ilai lis ilann  tuliu-
ciiittoilu 1101 th-wPst lomei post ol    \ndiiw
llacl.ettsil  1111   tlieiui 1101 Hi so chuins iheiiPi
west Ml ch mis   ihenue-outli SO cliiiin-    Ilium c
enst SO i hums to phu 1 ol In Kiiinin„  1 oiiimmiu
(40 ni tes
VAltOS IIAKItls Lop it 01
\    lliu Ui it   Astlih
1)1111(1 Pel)    10   IWH
in Ciimmpiu ni„r at a posl two miles 1101 Hint
Andrew H.uliults initial post benif,'the 1101 th-
west coiiK.1 po-l ol l'atnch W Dillon'-(hum
llniKO -outli Wlili.nns adjai out to llic 1101 th-
eiist (.oinei ol V 11011 lliu ns ilann tin mi' west
MU hums thi ncc noith so chains iheme oust
«0 cliiiin- 10 pl.ue ot hemnniiif; (oiilinniiitf
PATUK'K \V  DILLON   Localoi
A    MiKl.ott   Ageiil
DiiI.iIPpI)   10   I'lOl
11 ("onnniMii mi'iil a liost hemp; the -outli-
eust ( oiiici jiost of 1 1{ >M ison s 1 linin und 111I-
jitiiini in Hip noi tin nst (Oinei ot I'm ink \v
Dillons t In Iiii, ilipni 1 noi 111 60 (li.un- thPiicc
west SO ( hums tlu-iK"- south SO iIihiin, llieul e
oust Ml cluuns 10 pi in of lieifiniiiiiii  lontniiiiiiK
I,   I!   MASON, Loi mm
\   llukell    \(!inl
MntPd I'pli   lo   liiot
PI    (Jommoiii in ' al a posl   beltit.  tin   soulh-
wosl ( 0111P1 postof T   ('   Mniin's < linin mid tul-
jui/Oiit 10 tho soitlliousi (.oinei  ol I.  Ii  Muhon's
eliilni   theiice 1101 lli SO  (hiiins    tin nee enst  so
vlinlns,  IIiciki   south so 1 hiiins  thence we-t SO
(linns to pi 11 K   "i   hi'is'luulm,'   lontaiiiln^ oio
T   ('   M\N'V   l.ouitoi
A    If iu licit   AtfPiU
Muted I'pb   111   HUM
.1.1. Cotmntnciiii; il 'i post lienii, ilu soiith-
etisl ooi'ticr of Tlioiniis I,. Oreenoui_'h's cliiim
vhiil udjiicciil to lliiMiortliPusl corner of P.. It.
Mason's clnlm.' tliijnco' north BO cliiiiiis. iheucc
wost 80. chuins. ihence .south SO chiiins..llioueo
cunt oiffhty uliuliis to plnc.c of b(!«liiniii(.', con-
luliiln«''tH0iici'O.s.  ■■..
. A. Iluckelt. Akr.iiI.     '
Muted Peb.  li). lflotl .
II. (.'omii)eiiciii|.r ul :i post belli!.: ihe south-
Wfitl conuii' post of .1. M. Oi.TiiKhiy's cliiiin nnd
udJliPimt. to the sliulbciist, coriier of Thomns L.
(ii'ceiioui,di'.s i-hiliu, tludiei; north SO cluiins.
tlienci) eust SO chuins, thence soulh SO chiiins.
tlience west SO cluiins 1.0 place of botflnnlnir
contiilnliif,'IMO iieres.
.1. M. (IKUACIHTY. Lociilor.
A.  Ilnchett. Auenl. .
I'wucil h'eb. III." 'IdOli.
li).     (lOIIIIIIPtll-lllK'lll ll-pOKl   IioIiik   till-   IIOI'lll-
eiisl corner post of Mlnidc M. .Millci's claim
thiiiiec soul It SO chuins m the soutlieiist corner
.iidjiu-unt to the nni'tlnvcst coi'iier of If. .1. Lo-
jiuii'h (ilitlm. thenee we-u so chiiins, thence,
north 80 chuins, ihence eust so chains to pliice
of lip^liinlnif. eonlaiiilnt; mil iici-es.
MINNIKM    MILLKIt, Lociilor.
A.'lliic.liotl.   A (.-cut.
Duted  l-'ctj. 10. IWlll.
10.   Cointneiicliii; nt 11 |iost licin^  Hu:   iiorthwcst corner post of M. Monzne's i-.hilni. utiil ud-
juceiit to tho nortlioiist,   corner   of   Minnie   M.
MIIIui-'m claim, thence souili SO chuins.   llienee
we»t SO i limns to jiIik c of bcs'nniin,-' ' "iiuimuu
din .l( tes
M    MOX/.AS   I.oiatoi
\    H.ick-cll    \„'(iit
Mau.il P( h   10   1WH
11    ( oiiiniiiu mt; .it a. post   htum the  sWIiih-
east coiiiii po-t of S   H SCleiuiiiii - ilaiiii.ind
.idj.ui ut to Ilu 1101 thwe-t ( oinei of J  M    Mon-
/.u si luiiii  theiK e iioilliSOi.li lilts   tliimc wist
80 (hums  theiii e Miutli SO chillis   thtnee east
fiOchiiins to ])liue of In <;iiiiiiii^    i on till 111 ii^r dfo
.ICK s
.1   II   CLj:\LMI:K Lm.aoi
\     IllKlKtl       \KUIt
DiKd IA h 10 1'Hi,
IS ( ominini iiuf al u pOht lipiUK^lbv soiilh-
wistioinoi posl 01 (Jh ulcs JLofquist s claim,
und adjuittit to tho soutlieast lorner of .1 H.
Clfemmc-r s claiia, tSeai e nottliSO eiialn.s,tiienc«
•jast 80 chain's, tlience touth SO chains Ttuenc^
we<t SOehains to plaie of beginning, oontBin-
Ins otD ai re-
A     HockPtt   Apl'Ilt
Duted Feb   10   1B0!
IU    CouiiiiPnelriif at« post helns the soiath.
east  loi nor  of  «   C»llaliiin 4 (.luiiu ami ud-
jai i nl 10 the uoi thwpsi coiuci of Clmiles Lof-
quist's cltiim, theiicc noith BO cluiins   thence
west N) chuins iheniPlsomh SO 1 hnlns, tlu-nce
oust Sflihnln- to plute ol 1)ckiiiiiiii!< loiit.iiiinu.'
B40 mips
S^ hosier (.'.illalitm, Loi.itoi
A   ILiblcctl   As'eiil
I).il(-(l Pel)   10   Iinil
-JO    Coiiiincui 111^ ul 11 posl pKliiK Ihe sottth-
wcslioiuei post of .lohn' lliut/ell s iImhii.  unit
lldjiHUll 'O till!   sOUtllt'.lnt   lOlllOt    Of   S    Olll.l-
luiis cliiim, thum a 1101 th 80 cluiins, Hu nee oust
HOchnliis tlipncc south SO chains llienee wp-l
Wi 11111I11- 10 plni e of beginning, eonliiiiunu BW
IOHN U.UtTLLL   Localoi
A   llaekelt    \acni
Dated Feb.-10   1WH
'II     CnmiiH-iiPiiif,'111 a pos,t  heitis ihe  mill»l
poslofMis   John   Ilurtell's clnlui iinil about t*
iiulus~e,ist of iue lllltinl posl of JJohli   Hat ti 11'-
el.iiin, theiue nortii 80 chmiis, thenie west SO
chuins thenco south 803clinliis,   thonce eu-l 80
chuins to   pl»pp   of   hCKiuiiltii; cotiMiuinii iM«
nous «■
Mis   JOHN  IJAKTLLL, Locator   '
A    IfHcUelt   Aseiit
Mated Feb   10 190")
•J! CoinmeuetuK at u post beinK the south-
we-t totiioi post of Lvdia Mi-Fail*ii«'- clnlm
und adjucent to Die -oulheHSi (.oilier of .Mi*-.
John Dm tell* ('l«lui,',;ilien( e noi Hi 80 chain-
tlioiup east HOchanis, thoiue south J^M (hnins
tlience west RO ( ham- to pImpb of biviniilnjf
( oiitaininy liirucit's
L\di 1 Mi Farlaup. I-oiutoi
A   H.icl.ett    Aifcui
Milled 1 vh. 10 1901 ,
:!'■ Comim ntiajf at a post btsina the uoithwest toruer post of Ida M.VVUitsou'i, claim aoid
,idjt((cnl to tin' southwest coi nei of L\dia Mc-
Fai Line s (luun thence south 80 ihalus, thence
L.i-I SO chains, thence- uoi th 80 ehmnsjihi'iine
wesl 8Hih.uus to plan of bcsriiiiiiujf < outaiiiliu
1)40 at IP-
IDA M    WH1T.SON, Locatoi.
A   Hbi kpti-Airent
Matud Pel)    10 1W).
-.'4 CoinniouiMiiK al u iMist'bfins; the nouli-
eust corni" pom 01JM Isbe-iei h claim, uml ud-
jncenl 10 Hie 1101-thw ist cornel or Ida M Whu-
son s 1 hum, Hit-nee soulh 1 ij»Iuv chums, theiite
»estu„'liii ihniti-, tlipncc noith 4«iglilv Unuui
thtMibC 'nst ci!?hit\ chuins to pl.uool be«niiiIiiB
cont.uiuuif i)40 acies
M    r>5llKSTKK   Localoi
A   HacliPtt    Atfiiil
Muted Pol)   10 lflOl
J") CouimniiLiilKUt a post heiiijf Ihe initial
post 01 Clunibpll Kuuliinaus (Iniiii.tf houii! uiUl""
south 01 the initial post of Mrs John Hmiell's
chilin, ihence norlh clKht> elmius ihence we-u
si) ehnius --«hemi- soutli eij;ht\ chiiins, ihciti-e
cusl pik'hlN chuins to place 01 bivciunlu;.' ion-
lainltif,'bki ni ic- n
ClAltMIKI.I. K VLTI'MAN   Locatoi
\    Hat Loll   Agent
Dntid  Pob   10 1901
2d C'ouiiiietiPiiiH' al 11 pose beiUK lUu south-
Mpst coinei of II .1. Millci's uluuuuudaUjuceuf
u> thc southeast ( oriiei of C'IhinIicII Kftuffinans
cliiim llienee 1101 Ih eitihn ohanis, Hu-nce eisi
plKhty chains iheiiee south cikIiij i halus,
them e west ei<;hi> « hum- 10 place of IWKimiini;
I'ontmnliiKbfO iiett1
Hid  idjiii.nl to   tin    soiillu l-t   < 01 in 1    I "-I   ol
.1     L     \V     I'hniiip on -   (linn     ll <     ninth
ciS'hM chillis tin nn eii-iii„'lii\ chain-   Ilu in 1
-outli cv-hti 1I1.1111- tin mi wi-I  1 villi. ( h unto Ilu  plin of In „'iiiiiin_r 1 (iiit.iiiiuiL i>4ii nn
(.rilKI.I    I'   KOHLltl s   Lo, itoi
A   H 11 k( ll   A«i "I
Mind Pi h  lo   Iflii!
Ki t oniineiK nijT al .1 po-t binv Ilu 1101H1-
westioiiiii jio-l of Holm l 1*1111 - < hum mid
lldj.li I lit In tin si lllhwi st (dllli-l nt i.ioi/i I'
Kohi il- (laini tin 1111 -outli 1 irrln\ • I1.1111-
thcin e in-' iij-'htv i luiiiis tliinco noiib  dt;lit\
Clllllll-     llllllLI     ttC-l    ClfjllH    tlniin-  m ]>1 UL ol
In Kiiiiinii.' 1 mil iiiiuij, i>40 acu-
ItOHLKT 11 Villi   Loiium
A   II ii ki It   V^-int
Dated l'i li in  I'HU
W Cojiiiiieiniugit 1 po-l hiiuj the 1101th-
ea-t coruei po-t ol Isaac Ciawford - claim, and
adjacent 10 tlie nortliw-t coinei of Robcit
Bans claim tin nei- -outli eighn ihain-,
thenco west ciKhtj ulinin- tlieuce i.oitli 1 'S-'hl\
chains thPiicc ea=i eisjhu ilinin- to pi h 0 of
bcsiuniriK 1 omanim;; CilO ai i( -
ISAM   fllAW POltO  Locatoi
A  IliK kPtl    \«roiit
DaiPii Feb  10  11° I
!T Coiniiieiicinj,' it a posl Ix-nir. the 1101II1-
Ht—KOinei jxi-i 01 1:111111.1 I t-Huii -claim and
mljiiiint 10 the-onihwi-si 1 (inn 1 ">t .lolin An-
dci-on'- (lnni tin iue -outli nnlity cli.iin-
thiiui eii-l tiKhlv ih.inis linnet imilli iif/htv
eliains thuii-c wi-t eiKhtv ilium- lo phu ( 01
iHL'innim.' 111111.1 tin iv (>4« .11 k-
KMM \ .1   STONi:   Locum
A   Il.icl.itt   AKiut
lhlted IM)  111   1101
.IS. Comiiii'iii ill): at I posl beiiv tin 1101 lli-
(asieoiuii po-t ol aHk 11 Sn knioo-c - (111111
mid .iilj in ill 10 the noiilnii'st loimi ol Lininii
J siouc - ilann tlieiui smith (i„'hi\ ili.uns
thenie west (i{rlit-\_<.]i tin^ IhciK c noitli (iflhU
ehuln-, lheiiu in-l citrluv ili.iin-to the pi up
01 Ixv)mims' ■ ontaiiuiiK I'lO.u-ics
j   ALKPKT sIC'KAPOOSli   Locatoi
o      \   Il.ieketl. As'piu
Maud Pi I)  10  I so I ,
ii UoiuinciiLiiifi: ai a posl buns'the-onin
ni—l (own 1 po-t ol 1 11 1'i.illiPi - « Linn
1 heiiee 1101 Hi ci'.'lil) 1 I1.111)-, tlioiLi (.is',  j >'A>!\
Tiuiin-Toiiri "noTTiTirc-tXoi "liriTriTMiFcrt Siicirrr^"
foo-c - < Lum, ihcnct south ivluv (Iniin-
theiiie e,i-t 1 ikIuv 1 hams to pi u c o' hsiiiiiiiiilif
ponlmuiiiL'iiiO ui ip-
I   II   PHATllLIl  Locatoi
,       A. Hni Lett    \jienl
Duted l'l-h 10  I Will
40 Coninienpiiiff at .1 post heni); llic noith-
w'pstconiei pos; 01 Anm. S l'i ithei - claim
and adj.ieeiil to the southwe-t (Oinei 01 1 1!
I'r.ilhci s cl 11111 thence -outli ettjliu ihuiii-
thenfc cast ciKhtv chuin- thence 1101 Hi curing
chum- thence west Pi|;lit\ ihain, to plan of
be^uuiiiiir (.ouiaiiiuit; 040 ,k ic-
AN'VIP. S   l'llVTULK   Locutoi
\   lliu Uotl A iron t
Dated l\h   10   I'HU
41 C'omiiK iioinn at 11 post benv Hu- noitheasl eornei po-l 01 Hiltie L Smith and ad-
jai ent to Hu noith wist lomei 01 Aniiu s
I'rallici - (lum Hu 111 e -0111I1 cisditv ih.inis,
fhpnci wc-t cifilitv ( hams llicn(( noith curht\
(hauls    tlienu   eii-l   i lsrhtv   1 luun-  lo pi icP of
beirinnuur iimtaiiiuv Ii4i) acie-   v
ll \T'l'Ii:  I.   SMITH   Loi atoi
V   llai kelt    Vcinl
Mali-ii Fi 11  Hi   100-1 1
4.' I'oiiuueiK iiik «l « po-l hi ills' th' -oulh-
ea-t (Oinei |>o-l of I line- II Smith-, ilann
and udjaceut to the uoi Ih 1 istiiuuti ni ll.ittu
L Smith s ilium tlicni 1 uoi Hi 1 in'ltli ilium-
llioiiLc west eifihtj i hams Uk m c sniuli 1 itrlils
cliiiiiis   ihence eu-t cijihtv   ilnims 10  pint of
hOKinmiif; (nnliutiiiiK l>l<) iocs
I VMIls   Jl   SMI I'll   Locutoi
A   ll.u ken    \_'cnt
Mated Feb  II)  I'HU
and ,ul| 11011 lo 111' iiiitili 1 1-1 (iniu'i "f I Hell
1 iiKmis 1 luun L|n m r mu th sn 11 .1111- llipiu 1
«i st sutiiams tin m soutli -11 1 lum- Hit 1114
1 ist so 1 hunt-to pi hi of I). _'iniiin,r ininaiiiiiv
OKI ui'- I MVV Mil) ( (iltKLin    Locutoi
1) iti 1 P( ii  mill \  ll k k( it   \^ciit
il ( niiinir in in).' at 11 post liinvtliL souili
\11-t (Oimi |o-toil) 1) V Mun i-on - ' hum
and mil ii> nt to lln sinttlu'iisi 101 nei »i l-'1-
u nd Coikin - 1 linin tlitinc noith SO cliaiiis
thenie cast fO iliuin- llicni p south "0 cnuili-
iliince west SO ehiiiu- 10 pl.ue of hpt'liinmi."
( oiitamuv din .u ic-
I)  I)   \   jMOHIUSoV, Localoi
Mali d P( h   Hull \   Hiikitt    A^ciit
m Coiiiini 111 in„' it 1 po-t lion/ the 1101 Ih
wp-lioiiiii po-t or fiii'1,.1 II Tallin- eliiiui
tlieiui -outh pi,'1h\ chuins to the northwe-t
eornei of D T) V Mom-nn- claim, ihence east
ei»ht\ ih mis tin ni e not Lli oshti (lisin-
tlienif- w( -t evht\ (hnins 10 pirn v 01 becinnniK
COTltilinUV ''40  UK'S
(IKOIIGi: 1! TV\ LOK, Locatoi
DntPil I ( b   lOth AiruUptt  ARent
"it; f oiumeiiciiif.' al 1 p"st bciuj; the noith
ea-i (oinei po-t 01 Willi un L M itk -eliumaii'l
adjiudi lolin noithiM -t eolIIPi 01 CPOitfo II
Tavloi - cbti/n ilitnic -oulh d^htv diuins,
thene( wpst 4>i<rln\ drain- llipiipp north (vli^
(ham- iluixpeii-l i vht\ chains to pl.KP 01
ljejriijmiifj iiuit 1111111/ 010 urns
WILLI \.M I. M Vt L   Loiutoi
Muted Feb   10|li A Hiu kcll    \s,'PIit
"1" C'ommeni uv ,11 1 post beuv t'ie south
west 101 in 1 post of (Just II Killc\ s (luun anil
udj k 1 nt lo tin 1101 tin nst em m 1 nt William L
Mm l» s ilann tliiiici noith ciiflitv (hauls
Iheiii ( e.i-t Pivliiv ell mis Iheiiee-outli ovhl\
cluiins lh(ii(( wi-ievlm chains to pi ice oi
h( ^11111111K ( onimiiliv nio.n us
t.fST H KI'.LLl.-S    Loiatoi
lilted Fib  loth Alliikett   \Kini
is    ('oiniiiem 111^'at a   po-l   liciut;  the soutli
I ust 101 iipi post 01 Thomas 11 Tollcl-i n'- ( hum
and adjiii nl to tin south nest (omei   01  (lust
II ICcllc\ - clnim theme 1101 Hi iiglii\ eliains
tIn i)( /_ 111 -ij i^'h11 1 hum- Ihcin 1 -o-ilh iialitv
Thai ii-" ""iliTTipi~T*I-i-olslili"T liTiui^-to"pln( c of
biviiinins' ' oiiiaiiiiiijf tviOaiu.s
* liam-    thinii   i tst   (Villi   1 li mis   to pirn e of j ] |)(.))
Ii^iiitniv  i oiiiaiiuiv itlu ioi.
THOMAS If TOLLi:rsr.NT   Loiutoi
D.iKuFd)   10   IIOI     „  A   H.ti-ketl   \jretil
lie .1   MILLLlt. Localoi
\   Hiu kelt    Vftent
Dal wi 1'ch  10   ISO!
ComiiiPiu'iiv al « P"sl betiv flic 1101th-
wc-1 ( oinei post of 11 \ Iliiuhmsoti m linin.
nnd ndjiiPciH to ihe southwest loinei of K J
Milli 1 s ilium limine south eighty eh.utih,
tlioiKoeast evhtv chains, thenee noith Plshly
cliiiiiis Ihciipc west oitfliw uIihiii" tn place of
hcciiuutvcontalniiiKtMO ncre-
T!   A   HFTCHIN.SOV, Lotatoi.
\    Uiukeit   As'l-nl.
Uuli'il Feb   10 100-1
•J"    (/OmmoiKiiv ul n post beiiig the 1101th-
puslioiiiei   posl of .1   M Johnson's clnlm, and
luljiipeia to the noith wost 001 nei of K A  Hutch
inson's claim thoni e south el^hti cliulns thouco
wesl cii;lit\ chuins, ilieme norlh clghtv chains
thpiiip eu-t pikIiU ( hiniih to pl.ue 01 l)p(;iniiiiic
cunt ni nniSr dlOupres
.1   M   JOHNSON, Loiutoi
A. IliU'ltotl  Atfent
Dnteii Feb   10 IWI
^(i Coiimtpncius' »i « pmt biitug tlie uiiiihI
post 01 D F Smith - claim, about (wo miles
south of the initial post of Cl.trabnll Knurjmuu
claim IhuiKC noith eiKbl\ (luiiiis to
the soiitlicaui eoiuei 01 J M Johtit-on s ciaiin,
theme west pIkIiIv 1 huiiin. Hieuee south cn;ht>
chiiins, thence can ulirtiti chalics to pl.no 01
hpuiniuiv, 1 ontiilulns' (110 acres
D. F  .SMITH, Locatoi
A   Urn ken  Axottl
MiUKl Feb   10 IK)I
10    C'omnioiicliiifuiii posi  being the soulh-
wpstcmnct posl ol N. Davis' claim, ami adjucent to the southC'HHt corner 01 D P Sml Ill's
claim, lliciiic not th eliflit) chuins, thence ea-l
cIkIiiv cluiins, lliouie south cIkIhv chuins,
iheiiie HD-t clifht) chain-to place of hi-glniiln^
1 ontal]iliiLrt)ll)aties
N.  DAVIS, Locator.
'      A. HiK.-kett, Ajfent.
'■     Dated Feb. 11) 180S. '
ill... ConitneiiciiiB at H post lieiuj; the north
west corner post, of Lldit llroolis' claim iimi
ud jncent to Iho .south wesicoruer of N. Davis'
(•luitn, ihence south eighty cIihIiis, thence easl
eighty chuins. thence north eiglily cliaiiis,
theiice west eighty cluiins to place01'be«liiiiliisr
I'OiiluiniiV.lilO uercs.
A   Hack-ptt. Aifeiit
. Dated Pel). Ill, 1IH«.
:t-i. Cnniuienuinif'iit a posl beiUK tin.* .north-
eu.-i, eonii-r post of James Marshull's duim and
iidjiicPiil 10 the iiorthivcst corner of Lida
Hrpolis eluiiii, theiicc north eighty chains,
tlience west ei(-lity cliiilim, thoneii nouth eitflity
cluiins. tlience oust ci'tflity chains to place of
hciiiiiiiliv. eontalnlun 040 acres. .
.  A. lliielititl. Aifenl.
Diitcd Feb. 10, 100:1.
113. Coiiiincucliig ut 11 I'iist hoiuK the Initial
post, of .1. K. W. Thompson's claim, about two
miles south of the initial post of D. F. Smith's
cliiiin. Ihence- norlh ulghiy chains lo the >onlh
cusl corner of James Marshall's claim, Iheucc
west evilly Vilnius, thence south iiiKhty chuins
Uu.-iicn'cltM evilly chains to place of bvirinniiv.
eontaiullv 040 ucies.
i .1. K. W. THOMl'SON, Localor.
! A. llHckell. Af?«m.
Dated Feb. 10, llHtt.
34.    Coiuuionclug ut a post being  the southeast SO chuins. thenco north 80 chains, thence ' west coruur post of George P.  Roberts claim.
41 C'oiimicncuv at .1 po-t In nv Hu noiih-
casieotnei post 01 John Hciines-p\ siliuui.iml
ailjuecnt to the northwesteemm 1 01 M.111011
Powell'- (laini ihence soutli cvhlv chains
thence we-t cvhtv chains thenee nouh evhu
(Ualu-, theme easl eight) eh.1111- to phu 1 of
be^liuuiv  touimiiuv 040 .me- L '
IOHN' HLN'N'r.SSl^ Loiatoi
A llaikett V.KC111
44 Commeni inis'at a post lx uv the south
oasteoinei posloi James 11 l*i ithei - 1I11111
and iidj.KOni to the -otuliwtsl lomei of W A
Huikelts chum llic in 1. ninth (Vim ih.inis
theiK c wpst ctftlilv chains theiK e south ivlitj
chains theiice easl evhl) clnim- 10 pi tci ol
hCfliimnif <omnium;;(MO uue-
IAMLS II    1'llVTHI.ll   Locutoi
\   Hickett   V^ent
Daicd Feb  10, I'HU
1> C-ommeneiuK at A post lx nv tho noith
west eoineicpost ot Llnulic C.ul-ons ilann
thenee past evhM chains to the noilliweht coinei of John llenuossii s claim thenee soulh
eiKhtv chains Hit nee west ci„ht\ cliinn- llienee
north eitfluv chain- to pl.n 1 01 litiriiuiiii.. mu.
tamiii!;640 ui ies
\   IIin Kelt   \e'i nt
Dated Feb 10, I'lOl ^
•Id (joiniiiciicini; at u posl bouv the noith
cast comer |)()st ot (.lust Cnilson s dairn mid
adjacent to the noith we-t coinei olOii.lilie
Cailson's 1I11111 tin nee He-t cvliti ch.iin-
lliiiui- south evhlv chains ihence ( ust ( vhl\
(liiuns thenee noith oi^bM ( hams to pl.n c of
heKinnnv ( ouiamuv t>40 ikics c
"   l.TJST CAKLSON-  Loe-nloi
\     llnikctt     \{»< III.
Dated Fob  10  1WI
4V. Comiuciuins'nl 1 post benv the south
east cornel posl ol Mm\ lleiincs-ei -elaini mid
adjacent to Hu noitheiist coimi of oust C'uil-
sou'scIhIii. tlience noi Hi pv1i|\ i limns tin ni e
nest els'lni chuins tlicni e south ois'litv chuins
thenie east ovhi\ 1 ham- to place 01 hciiiiiinv
lOtltllllUIV fito.u ics
\   HAPICIITT   Aseiil
Dated Feb  10  1001
H< Comment ihb at a po-t benv tin southwest 1 ornci post 01 Mai Kill cl Hcnncssivs
1 luiiu ntul .uljiii ent to the south east ( 01 nei 01
Mai) Ilennessp.N's clnim theiKe noith eight)
cliiiin- thence east evhti cliiiin- Iheme soutli
el(|ht\ (liiuns, theiK c wost (vht\ iluiins lo
pliKoot bcKiiiiiuiK 1 out uiiiiv oil) iu it's
Dated Feb  10 woi \  Ilnketi   Aci-nt
Uouiiilnni Ills' at a   I'Osl   lillll?   the   south
mosi (.011111 post of Midi iel MiAnciiici sclnnii
uud ailjaeein lo the noilliwi-i conn 1 post of
Muigmit Heuiusspi s (luiiu ilipiue uoi Hi
eighty ehaiiis. thenee cum eighty chains.
thence south eltrhty cluiins, thoncc west oifzhty
chains to place of ucgiimiuhv coniiiiniiv ■•140
iieres..'"' M1CI1AKL Me-ANKKNKY. Lociilor.
, . Dated Feb. mill    ' .A- lluc.kett.■ AkuiiI     ■
iM). Ooiiimeiiciiv nl'ii post hciiv tlie soulh,
east corner'post of It. .1. Pulley's claim :n-<l nil-1
jaocnl to the southwest eoriier of Michael Mi:-.
Ancrney's ciiiiin, thence noi-ih eigluy ehaiiis
thence west eluiity chiiins, thence south cvliiy
ehiiiiiH, tlience eiist nliflily cluiins to plncc of
bcfrlnnliii;. coiiliilnlns OH'acres.
It. .1. FAHKY. Lnentor.
Duted Feb. lillll . Ay Hiickctt. AS'Ciit
:>l. ■CoiiinieilciiiiiiiLii \"»\\ OelivAllui niii'lli-
west corner "f Louis Clupp's ■clnlui. Iheiiee
south eis'bly cliiiiiis. llienee cusl, eis'liiy chain-
to the southwest coi'iier of. Mary Hennessey's
eliilni. tlienci! north els'lit)' chains, tlienci! wc-'l
eighty eliains to place of Ik-kIiiiiIiv. eontninins'
IHO iic'ri'f LOUIS CLAIM', Lncnt"!'.
Miiltid Fob. lOlh A . Ilin-ketl. As'ciii
.VI. Clommeiiciiv al n post heliv Ilu- north
eiiMlcornorposI of F.Heii (Jiirlsnn's clnlin. aud'
Hdjaconl to Die norlh west ciii-ner uf Louis
Clupp's clnim. llienee suulli' ciuiiiy' chains
llienee we-t citrhty ''.hiiins. thiiucc norlh eiulily
chains. Iheucc east eighty chains lo place.of
btviuiiiiv. (-"Olniiiiiv 040 acres
KLLKN'1 CAKLSON. l."c:iti'r
Dated Fob- IOIh A. ilnckctt. As'enl
j'J. Commencing «t !t postbeiiv the-enth
east 'uomer posi of Xdward Corkery's claim
Noliei 1-heiebv „'!veil th it thntv d«\«i-altui
date we Hu uudii-vned intend to ap|il\ 10
Iho Assistant (.ominis-ionci 01 Lands and
(Woiks loi ilu Disincl of La-t Kootenav and
the Chief ( onimissionei 01 Lands .iml VVoih-
101 licenses to piospei t for loal. on the follow-
iivdeseiilu d 1 mds sliiinte south of the Flnl-
lip.irt llivi 1 11P111 the I'lnchcr CieeU Ttail un!
eust 01 thee ist bniuntuiv line of Ihe Canadi 111
Pacific ll.illwuv luiiii 111 the south east not mm
ol1:.i-t Ivootenui Misltici  Hi ittsli ( oluiuliiu
I CommeiK uv U.I post hciiv tin noitlnvc-l
(Oinei ])iist of M P Anileison - 1 faun anil ad-
.l.Kiiil to llic uoitliciist ( 011111 ot Mav Lnglish s
(l.um ilieiu ( south cir-'htv chains tin me (ast
(Vht\ 1 him- thoncc lAiilh cvhtv eh tins
llienee vu -1 eighlv ( hams to phu ( 01 In <;uiiiiiv
1 out iiniivi'lu aeie-
1)   F  ANMLHSON   Lodiloi
M.itid Feb   is   pill! \   finekeit    vsi nl
J   C0111111e11111v.it  1 post beliv Hie -oullu.i-t
(Oinei ]>osl ol   lles'inn  Cuil-on - claim   tlienci
noiih cvhtv chums 1 In 1111 west 1 vhiv di.uiis
lo the  noithea-t 1011101   of  D   F     Vndeison s
(l.um   theme soutli cvhtv clrain- ihcin (   we-t
cvhtv el alii-to pi iei o< hcf-'iiuuiv i out lining
Ii40mips        ,       III'.CIVA ('MII.SON*   Lotatoi
Dated P< b IS V^lickdl   Vgent 1
I   Coninicneinir nt a posl beiiv'tliesouthwi st
(Otnei p<;si ol Idi Cuil-OD's i laim aiidudjiicpnt
to  the  s'imtlu tst  toinei   of  Id giuii   Cail-on s
(laim   tlience 1101 Ih eigluv 1 hum-   ihemeeast
cvhtv    (hnins     HieiiK    soutli   eightv   (hams
theiue west evlm cluiins 10 place of begnnniv
ioiiiuiniivfi40 ucies     IDACVULSOM   Locatoi
MitedPoblS   I'lOl A Hackett   \j.'ent
I   Coinmiiiinv U 1 post being Un noitlnve-t
101 nei posl ot ,| F Monnellv -(laim  und  ndja-
iinl lo thc-outhwesl (Oimi   ot   Ida   Cailson's
1 hum  thenee-oulh evlm eliains   thuu p cast
ughlv   (ham-    thence   1101 Ih   evhu    1 hnins
llienee wesl evht\ t ham- to plaic of beginning
(Ollt uiiiiv t>40 114*1 (-
,1 P noxvr.LL^   l.oi.iloi
MnlidFdils   Plot \   Hackeii  \';ent
". i oinnipueing til a post hi mg Hip uoi ihpust
coinei I'osiol Patiiek IIctiiK-sev s 1 hum and
adi iient to tin noilhwest (Oinei 01 .1 F Don
nellv s claim theiue south evhlv chains
thenee west evhlv ( hams thum e noi ill eighty
(hnins llicncp ei-t eightv eliains to pine of
bc'innnv (oiitaimiv olO act is
\ lliickotl, Agent
ii Commenting al a po-t biuv the noi theast
eoiiKi po-l ol T Wulilo Mitiphv -il,uin,inil,ul-
j itent to the-outlua-t coinei ot Chi lie- Austin solium theme south cvhtv diains thenco
west eightv ch 1111- theme nnith eightv chains
llienee east eightv (li'inis to pi ice 01 beginning
10111 lining iiio aen s
T \V\LUO ML'Hl'HY  Loiatoi
\  IliK UPtl     \KC1lt
. Comment ing it a post being the no '''"«-'
coinei postol C Lewis claim and .juccnt to
the iioitheaswoini 1 01 T \\\il-*° Murphv s
ciaim ihcnu -outh eightv din'- llienee cast
ughtv ih.inis tluiiie 1101" Cighlv chains
thence west (ight\ dm in- l" pl.n 0 of beginning
1 (iiit.iiiiitv«lo ni us LLWIS   Locatoi
V II iikett   \geiit
s Coiiimeiu 11C'■ " l">-t hung tin -otithwe-t
eornei post ol (..i01Bu 'I'mnci - churn und irt-
j.teeut to the -JUlheust (omei 01 Ch.uie-S
tlutes (hiiui hence 1101 Hi eights chain-,
ihence east eighth chains ilu nei -outh olght>
ihuiiis thence w M Pightv chun- to plu(c of
beginning (onl.i' nnghl" aoip-
-'Ml  I  I.  K   (JILL s   J.01 inn
D U111 Fib   1-   pin \    II K lo   t    \_eiu
11 > ■iiniiitmuig it 1 posi In nv Hu ninth
»c-t idinci po-.li 1 \l I. Kiissdls 1 1 urn inn
a lj icpiit to tin iioi tin ist ( 01 in 1 ni Duis\ Midi 1-on- (lum Hu mi -outh >vhiv 1 hams
Hit nee east evhu 1 hams thenie nouh ( vim
eh mis tlKiici >-i-t eight's ill 1111s f jiiici of
bivinniiv (0111 lining 140 ick-
II    II   KI*'---rLL   Loi .1101
Mated Feb  is, piuf        v   Hiikitt   \gent
l'i ('oinmeiK mo ,n ,1 post ln?ih<. tin
similivve-t cot net pu-i uf .M.wj A -M.i-
liei-*s cl.uiu ,ui(l .id).n 1 tu Id lln -outli
ed-i coi net ot lelm O Ne-ul'- flaiin
rhenee 1101 th so ehnm-. thonce e tst mi
chain'., ihence-outh •«■ chain-, ihente
^vei^t ^0 eh.mis 10 pl.u' of licomnmn
cent aim no (>4(l .icn—
( -M.ii v   \   Mstliei   r.oi uoi
.\   II.ieL-t tl   Aoeni
IMled F.-l)   1^   I'll)I.
Id ('oinmeneinu .tt .t jxi-t lii'ino- ilu
notthvvcst coi nei jio-l nf T \. Uc( (I--
elaiino.ind .i(l|.i(i-nt Mi (hi- -oui]iwc-i
coi ncr of M.tiv \. -M.tlut's (Linn
ihence-until sn c|| tin* thoncc i.,i~t sn
chains theiii e norlh sil ( h,nn- tin me
we-t Sil ch.ui)- in pl.n i ol lu'oinntni;
i milium mo bid ,10 e-  ,
T   \'. J teed   l.uc.ttdi.
A    IIa< kelt.   \i>i nl
fl.tted l-'cl)  IS ' I'll) I
17 I otnniellcinn ,tl ,1 po-l liemo llic
not tii Weil coinei posl of Willi,un M.il-
tifanfs elaini .md ad|aci nl to lln* north
ea-»l coiner o! fii V I teed - cl.lim
thence -outh so ehiuus. il» nee we--t "id
i -t sn , li mi-   ,,,   ,,| 1, ,    ,,]   ]„ .
iniiiiij   1 nut 1 iiiiu_ ii4o   1   1 -
I il n li <  1 lum 11    Lik .Hoi
"l II    H    IM    U.       \S-!'I    I
Dili (1 I*, h   I--   I'm!
1" t omiueni mi! .it
noi ill vv ( -t i 01 ui i' 'in.
im v 11  -   i Lnni      md
-Ollthsve-l   ( ()] lit -I    of    I
i pn-t    li inii tin
-1 iii n   1    \ii-
.i(l|.K i Ml    IO  the
mill   < 1 .tu "■('] d -
1 1 inn   ilu in 1 -oiiih  -ll  i ii 11 ii —
east mi cliain- tin in 1 noith -11
llii'iiic ui-i Milium- mi ])],t( 1
4!immi_>. 1 mil iiiiin'_ ii-l(i ,11 11 -..
II   J.   Mi lm v 11    I oiutoi
\    ITcb kef
Dated I'll,   is  ]Mii
iheilt e
of   be-
chain-, iheine 1101 111 Sil chanii llienci
ea-t 'S(l eli.un- in place of ^commnt!
containiiin bin ,11 ri -
William Malalant. I.ik.Uoi
A   llaelci'lt    N^enl
Dated Fell   IS. 11(11.
IS Coniiiiencino ,n a ))o-t Iieni" Ihe
noi'tlxea-'t coinei po-t ot Charles 11.
Slime"- claim, and adiaeent lo the
-outli ea-t coinei ol William M.ilHl.inti
claim, thence south .SO chains. llienee
we-t 80 chain, thence 1101 lit sil chain-,
thence en-l M) chain- lo jilace of lie-
<>inntn<>. cont.iinin" Mil acre-
( haVh - \e. SI,tne.   Loi aloi.
r \.  ir.ickett     \nOMl.
Dated, I'Vh  IS. I<nn   '
I'l Comnieiicinj> at a post Ik■ 1 iFy llic
nnrtli west coi nei of < 01a U Sl.ine'-
cl.uin. and .Kljaeenl lo (he north eas[
cornet of Charles K Slane - 1 l.um
tlienci south SO ('hams, tlience easl Sil
ehtun-. llienee norili SO chain- tlienci
vvei-l Sil chains to place of lieoinnino
eontaiiuni; did ai re-
Cora I!   slane.   Locatoi
'   V   HacUell    Viienl
Dun tl I'Vli   HI. I'll).!. o
^0 ( oniineiK 1110 ai^a po-t lienm the
1101 tliea-t coi net-of Mailin He i-lt-I 10111 =
i;lain1 and .id)acen1 10 the southeast
corner of Ole I.. lloH's- cl.11111. thence
south SOehains. tlKjnce west, SO chains
llienee north.SO eh.inn. thenee east Mt
ehiiins to place ol hey inning, com 1111-
nip M0 acres
\l.11 tin Hct-ostiom   I an tl 01
A    II tiel.( tl      \t!( 111
Dated I'Vli  IS. I'll) I
"Jl ('oniineiictiin ,n a po-t lieino lln
soutnwcit eornei jiosi ol I'elei I l.e-
vandei - (laim and ,id|,uiiit 10 ilu
north weit ( 01 nei of r.th.in \ I'atitiUs
claim tin 111 e not th Si) chains theme
ea-t so chains ihence ninth SO (ham-
tlienei vve-l 10 chain- to jilai e of lie-
oiiininn   eontaimno bK) aciii
Pi lei   I    IjCV.HKli 1    Ltu 1 loi
\    ll.iekelt.   \!;tiii I
Dated L'*i I)   IS   I'llM |
21    Comment in«  d a po-t hemn   \\\X
1101-thea-t coin. 1 ol Thomas   \\ . link s
claim   .iit* adiaeent to   the  -outh   ea-t
cnri-f'    "'    Ucliecc.t     I.on.ui-    (l.um.
ihence south Sil ehitin-   iheiiii   we-1   so
chain-  thenee not th SO ( hams    thciui
e.iil  SO chains 10  pi ice ol beoumino
containniii Ii40 acre-
Tlmni.is \V   Hnks   Locatoi
A    llaekelt    \oenl
J).ited Feb   IS.  l'HH
_'s C iiiiiii'tiii in,; al a po-r bi mj the:
noiihea-i po-t oJ ( h.tdi- Mrlnt^ic-
el.iiin and ad] t'eeiir 10 ine not thvve-T
( Oi nei ol II I, Milhtvic- ( laim
iheme -oull' Ml i 11,11 >- lln iu 1 w-t'-O
(ham- tlieiin 'ioi th sti 1 bain- iheme
e.t-i so ( ham-  to  pl.n 1   ol   ■icoinmiiu,
('0111.11111110  1)10 ,K 1 ( —
, ( liai 1( - \li hit v 1 (>   Loi aim
\    11 14 In l'     Vye'if
Dated Feb   I1-   I'HI.i
J'l      I'llllllllillilllj!    tl    I ]l(i-l   lliolli    tWO
iii 114 - -jOulh 11) ( h 11 li - Mil 111 v ri -
initial po-i Im in;, I in -nitlhi a-1 1 01 m 1
po-t ot lo-i jin Alamo- i Lulu ■ tiii.ni 1
not th so i hnins, iln tin- wi -t si) i hain-
thcini -(null so chain- linnie i,t«t in
cb.mil to pl.n e nl   bi-oiniiina    1 iint.iiii-
ll|o   lllfl   .11  I l'i
r                          I0-1 ph .Mai lm, Loi atoi
\    ll.u li( It.  Aneill
'.Mi—1»» lent <_ - I ._	
III Coinnn in my 11 ,1 po-l '1,'ni; (hi
-otilhvv i 11 ( 01 net puii ol si t 'i \' 111 O" -
( la,in and a(l|,ti<nl io llfi -ontlieast
( 01 in 1 ol lo-( pi 1 M 11 t in - i l.um 1 lieu e
1101 lh SO chain- ilu nee (,i-t so ( ham-
theiu (J lOUlll so ( ham-, theiue we-t ,S0
>r--bcj 1 mini.!    ( onl.mi
en.tin- 10 pl.n (
inndilO ,n 1 e-
D.tutl Fi
seth V.i 1 eoc   l.ocaioi-
\   1 l.ii ken. A eent
is   I'm:
II (-(uiiiueiK 1110 ,ir a post beiiiii the
uoi lh w oil coi nei jio-i of Io«eph
I'lullip- ilann and .i(l].iceii| lo the
nouihwiii ( ornei ol Sell) Vai 001 -
claim t heni e -outIt SO chain- iheini
ea-t SO chains lIk>iii e 1101 th;S0 dianii
theme wesl so ehaiin to )iki( e of In-
•finniiiii. eon 1.1 in th". Oil) ,i< re-
,    knepli I'lullijij   Locatoi
A     ll.lclcett      \o,.)H
Dated Feb   Is   l'ltli.
.1.2 ('ouimeiK tne ,n ,1 ]uisL beino, the
iiotthe-a-t (01 nei po-l nl Kathciine
Anne \".n coe s cktim and ad|a(ent 10
the 1101 ihwe-i ( 01 in t i,|l lo-cph Phillips
( laini, llienee south sn ehain- theme
vveil SO chaiin liieiu e noith SO (hain-
idieiKe   east   SO  iliaiiii   in   ])lace ol be-
nllllline.  1 OIlLlllllllo  OH)   li n 1
Kallniiik   \iiik   \aiioe   I.ooatnr
\    ll.u k. It    \oent
Daled F( b   Is   mo !
II I omn'ein mi; at a po-t ihoiil two
linin ninth ol ilu mil nil po-i of K.nli-
ei me Anne Vai ( ni - i laun bemo tin
10n1he.ul 1 01 net po- ol I'dnh Plitllip-
(laim lie in e 1101 ill ->0 i ham-. Ilieme
east so chanii tlieni 1 mnili Ml ili.tm-
thein 1 west so i li.uiii lo pl.K 1 ol hi-
yinnino   ( onl.limit" till) <u 11 -
I'diih I M11II111-   i in noi
\   lUu ki ll    \oeiit
Dati dlil)   Is   I ,tl{
II ( «)i)i' ^inin^ it a po-i bemo the
siititi e-t coi in 1 po-l ol ''aiil Phillip -,
(•Lnni .\n<\ .ul f ti 1*111 io iln -ontlieast
cot nei ol I'dull Phillip - (laim thcnei
noi lh Mi ( haini them 1 ca-1 So ih.nn-
theni e-oulh so ( li,,!,)- ihrnii i* we-t SI
chains to pl.u (   ol   beoiimmo    contatu-
llli.  lllO .14  11 -
J '.ml I 'hilhp-   I oi alor
\      I I  ll kd I        \o  >jii
Ualifl Pel)   IS   I'lOl
iei')o the
ruriN'Lit  1.oiaioi
V Hiicl.ett   AgPIl'
'I L01111111 iicing " " I1"''1 ''Plug the 1101 llivvcsi
i oni«*i host ot I, 1 I'lathci s 1 in tin .uiif .ulji-
((■tiltolln soutini''sl (oinei of Cleoigc Tut 11-
ii-ilaim thenco>'"11'1 eightv chains theme
(.1-1 eightv ( hums Hun"' notlli evhlv 1 1111111s
then...: ,..^'.-t <JiBlitJ''1,""*'s t'f> l>!,1< <•■ of lief-innliv
I'ontiiining.liliTsi'■rt-*'.. '• "''I'llA.'i'IIKll Lociilor
. .„ , A:        A Iliickeit, Agent.
', 10 Foiiiinencing'' •' I'osI being the .souiIii-hsi
coi'lici-po-tol Hil\v"'fl nrubb's clnlm, theiicc
iioi'i.li.eighl.v clmiii" llll!"<;''.wot eighty, chains
to ,lhe ■nortliwesl' ,oi-nor"of pi.-orge 'I'iii-iiit's
chilin. tlience .soiil!if!il-'lit.v .eliains. tlie.nc: ,;:isi
..eighty chiiins tophi'" nf '"-gumiug. eonliiiiiliig
illiliioi-ps ""■'' :KI)','VII) (Iltnilll. Lociitiii':
' A llne.ket.i.. Agent.
II ; C-oninieiicIng il « ' l»>M. being the soulh
west coi'iici' post.' o -Vlben llcck's cliiiin iind
uiljiiccul to Hie M.illieiiMl i-ornei' of Kdwni'il
lli'iibb's elniin. ,.ilipl.''!' north eiglily chuins
Iheiiee enst eighty c"'1"*- ""I'li-c soutli eighty
chuins. Iheucc wi.'si.'^g'H.V Phuliis'tii lilm-c of
licginiiliv. I'lihtiiinln' '1'" "ei'es.
ALIIKItT IIKOIf. la'"tor       A. Iluclttl. Agenl
'. I'.' (•(iniiiieiicing ,11 " posf being'Ilu: north
west, (■oi'iii.'i' post of'fioiiuis I'-'isi.er's clnlin nuil
ii.ljiici'ilit to Ilie soii],"''-M corner of Albeii
lleell's clnim. tlu.'lir' -Olltll eighty c.liiiliif
Ihence cn-t olglity chil,IK. then'''' ik'u'IIi .eighty
cliiiiiis. thoncc west eghl.v  cluiins   to 'phiec of
begliinltv. iininliv:"l"'"'-i'es.
•rilfl.vAS  FO.STKK. Lociilor
A lliield'tt. Agenl
l.'l Commencing ;il'; I1"-'- .Mug the nortlieasi'
corner post of Sannicl'V <;i'('en's clnim iind adjacent to the norlh'('st corner or Thomns
Foster's claim, iliem-' south eiglity chains
thence west eighty ehr»s. thenie nortii eighty
J I CoininoiK in" .it it po-t beiiii; the
norlhvvist em noi of Mabel 11 ILkKcU-
elaim and acl|,ieent to the not thea-t
em nei ol Thoma- W Mirk- (laim
thence lOiith SO chain-, tlienci ea-i Mi
chains thenee north SO ebaun. thence
west 80 ( hnins to place ol boo mi]mo
eontanuno- <i40 act ei
Mali. 1 11    ll.ieki tt. Loi ami
\. llaekelt   Aaenl
Dated Feb.  IS   FIO'l.
H ( omnieiieino ,n .1 posl bi 11 i«j llic
sum heaii coi'iici postol l''iaiKc- Cood-
ne.r'S elaini, und ;i(ljiteeiil: 10 the smith
west corner of Thomns h'ttliey's claim,
thence north 80 chiiins. thenee vyeSt.SO
ehtiins. llienee south HO chums, iheiiee
eust. Sll'-'cli'ii.iiis to |)hlcc (if.beo-inniiio'
eon lain iny <!-t0 in-t-es.
I''r.'iiii-e.s doodiier. LimniIoi-
.' A.Alliickel.l. A iron 1.
• A,Duted   Feb.   IK,   |!1().-|, A
l!.ri. Coiii'mcni-inif'ni. ;t piiHi. bi.'iiiir t lie
siiiii hettHt,'(;()rner po-l of I), ,\. Me-
Intvre'.s cht.ini, and itboiil, Ivv'o miles
south nl.I.    I'',,   \V.   'riioiiijisoii'.-   iiiiiiiil
post,   iheiiee   norlh   SO   elutins.  lln-i	
west SO 4:liiiins. tlience soul li SO elutins
thenee: east. .SO cliiiiiis tn plnei- of be-
yimiiiii". coiilaiiiinir (i-IO acres.
I) .,N. Mclnlyrc. laicitliu-
A. I lack.-tl. Ao'.'in
yDated I'-eb.  I.S.. IHO,'!. ■
I'll (.'(iiim.ieiii'iiiir.Ht a poil lieiny the
southwest iMiruer post of l-'.ditli Crawford's claim and adjacent lo the .south
eiist corner of D. X. Mclnlyrc's claim
thenee north SI) cluiins. ihence east
SO    ehiiiiis.   thenee , south.   SO   eliains.
in atoi-
,< in
l'i    ( omniem mo at a po-t
11m th    vve-l    i oi ni 1    po-t    (,|
Dun v - ( laini ami aoi n-enl to ihe -outh
we-t   i oinei   ol    Paul    Phillip-   (Lnni
thein 1  ninth so ( luiiii-   tni ii4*i">  i^isi   iQ
1 ham-   tin 111 e noi ih 11! ( h un-    theim
we-t SO ( h un-  to   pknv     o'   lieotllin>j<_
1 0111 tiniiiy bin K 1 is
Filnitmii Dt ui v
\   ll.uk.'t
Dil.-il F.-li   is   I'm:
to    ( iininu in mo  1' .1 po-L Iii 111^   th,
1101 1 In ait cm in 1  po-t of -siiiii, \ ci I, |c,.s
(l.um   md   ad|.i(rni   to   tin    no. tliwe-i
' 'inn 1      of     I dmuitil      I )i 111 \ -   ( ] mu
lllellii   -olltll so   , h un-    thiini   ttli-r So
1 ham-   ilniiii   in.1 th ni 1 h in.-    tli'iuc
C.i.-t      SO     ,-Ji.ilil.->     111     |i|;ti;iT    ill    I li>n'| n HU'O
ci'inl.-tinin^'Olli aei-cs.   .
„     ■ ■''' Sidney Chtrki-, l.ocaioi'-
A. n.'iekeli. Ao'ent
D.-tleil l-'cli. I.s, .1«
•'17 Coiiiiiieiicino nr a posl beinof the'',
nortliiv'e.-r i'm'iier pest, of Miirshiill''
Co.w'liuo''.- Cl.'iiin   anil   ,-ul.jiii'i'itt   fo'.tlie
souihi.'.'isl   eoi-iu-i' I',   Sidney   Chirke's
elaini. ihenee'siiiiili So Vilnius, thenee
east SO ehiii'ns. Ihence iiiu-l h SO .ehttiits,
llienee Weil. SO 'elutins i 11 place of lie-
•J'iniiiilo'. eniiliiiliiiio UK) iii'i-cs.
, ,     Miu-sliiill Cow lino. Locator
.     I '•   A.. llHl-i<4-|l. 'Ao'l'Mt
Hilled   Fell.   IS.   IllO.'l.
Cmnmeiieino'.,t-.t post bei„o .(.*,,.
""'-t '-'"'i' |"'.-i "f -Melindn   ( -,)v\--
-' cltiim. und iidj.iei'nt In l|'ii.   north'
COI'IICI-        of       Mu'l-sll'IlH.     (''ll\v]i|)o'-s
thenee siiiitli   so   t.) 1«i tl.n.    Ihence  '
West SO elutins. Ih.'lic- no.i-lli SO cli.-ii),-.
thenee east so elinin- tn pine,. ()f ),,..
iriiiuiiio', eontitinino (iltl itere.-.
Mclindit ( 'ovvliiio, Loeiuor
A. Hackett. Au'oin
Dated Feb. 16. I'M'. tj TllK PROSPECTOR.   FOKT S'J'BRL.W,   fi. C.  MAK01J  7.   KJO.V
North Star Lodge , {j^ jjfrx-T^WtOV*
NO. 30.
A. F. AND A. M.       G. IL  B. C.
Keguhir   mcciings—1st   'l've-ilav   in   (act
month ut eight o'clock      Visiting Ilrctliciii nn
cordially invited.
Elk Kiver Lodge   Ferine   regular  nii'i img-
held first Friday 01 each month.
Cranbiook Lodge. Crnnbrool;   ic^uliii  uit'ct-
tngs held on ihe third Thuisdiiy of each month
' H   L. Maiiikk  rsecieturj.
SATFilDAY.  -\IAP.< II  7.   l'Mi:'.
Rocky Mountain' Chapter
XO. 125. P.. A. M.
Regular meetmirs—2nd Tue-dnv iji
each mouth at eight o'eloek.
Sojoui-ning ,Ooni])iinioni are cordially
iivitecl. '    ,
R. L. T. Galbraith Scribe ft.
vii ii iiii Iiii UiiUUUAlilJJ iiii iiUAiiUlllUii-:-
Kd. linn.  Tracy crook, was in
town Tiu.'.silav.
I>. P. Cooke.  Losi   (,'j't'oli",   was
u visilor at Steele Tuesday.
A.   (.'ourley   psine  down from
Doylo's lo«-gintd' camp Monday.
<i.   1<V  PawiK'll.    Pish   Laics,
was in tow fi on busmen .Mondav
g nru uiJTJTJOj^rLru-u-iru-uinnjTjxruajrru^
I Imperial Bank of Canada 1
| CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 i|
I CAPITAL (|i.iiii him      -   $2,923,866 !|
| REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,485,288 'I
5|    Hi&^ci    Office- - Toronto. fc
-      T   K.  MKIIKI'I'T. I'r.-iib'in    I). II. \\ ILK IK. Vitv-I Yes. ami Hen. Man.    ''
5      AilKNTS   ~L\    <;i!K\T    111 IIT UN.    I.hiyih-    I'.iink.   '2   Lombard   Hi..
c London.
3_; A General LSiinkuii; Jbisinen 'rrnuiuelcil.
Savings Bap If Department,- -Interesr nllowed on deposils.     ii
Cranbrook Branch, f. h. MARSH, Manager. !jj
'The Canadian; Bank of commerce
Paiil iiii (.'ajiiisil i-K.(i(i().0(i(i:  Kc-crvc Fund i.2,.">00,odfi:
A»»i'e»iiii* lle-otn-ce- i|\ci' •**7*>.0(lO.(lllO. »
l.iiiulon Office: (ill I oinh.iril Stie-e-t,  I". t'.
New   % oi l«  Office:   M">  I- \eliniiKi; I'liicc.
And b() lii-aneln-d in ('anatln, 11»<- Fnil.eil .SltiU-i and llnti.-li Columbia.       «
Cranbrook Branch,
F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  *
Geo S. McCartei. J. A   Hiuvev
x   H„,w,„   »-.,.„, w»- n,|| McDERMOTT & BOWN'KSIS
u>\\ n Thui-.sdav
.\!i'    IJoliui't   t'aniL'   down h'onijt
Six-mile loi*:^iii%i; ''iiuip Thin -tin) ,£
The   Leading   Wholesale   Liquor Dealers in the
•Col  u.ui.Mi-s. Henderson vi.n-JE   Kootenays.^.
hI  Km't Steele .Tliiii'sdiiv . , % ,
Barristers,,  Solicitors,
Notaries Public,
ConveiMriCtri, tlu i ~ ,— f
'      11., H. Cuupoi. Vnncuiivei, vviii'E
FORT STEELE,  B.  C. |Ul  ,*,„  hu[n^ml  TllUl'sdu.V,, ,£
COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY       MADE, i       '->• \( ' I'lliil ll    I'M 11. e    down    .TDilljj:
 c , \\i!J    11 ui-'^e ' Creek    Friday   ouijr
busini.'<'i co'iu'ioefod, with iiiiiiiil".  c
We lianille only 'In-  lit'.sT
11m-1 of l.iqimr- niul t'ltjiii-.
\\rc-ell Selilii/ I5eer, Fernie
lteir. Han' Ale, mid Otiitt-
iii'in'i Stout.
All   Mail   Orders, Promptly   Attended   to
"Solicitor r   mruiKlMr*. *.   A-TV-mmi-or-
were   v'siU'irs   tit    l-^ori     Sii>iMo!_
Thursdttv. ' J£
Ovniibrook,r 13. C.
Fort   Steele'.   B.   6 ; '  <-'-   Elton,' CowJe--.   X Vi'/Y.   i.s;
. :v;<itinir    .tt    iho   r.ouao'o:   his
Fort .Steele DETELOPMBsxSr.vDiCATi: Ltd   ".'''Oilier,   V.. A.   E:\OV. ILl^ Wt'OIC.
The Steele House
Fort Steele*, B. C.
Offers :i jilcasiin'l, stibsiiluio for liomo tb l.iioso who Irnvnl.
'I'lie lii-il ;iml e|ie;i]ii'ii  metilh in Ihe coiuilry.
•   tti'c'lo lie round in thu iliniii!* room.     NuChiini-
tneii .-illovvi'tl in Ihe kileliom Tlie liou-e   i-   i-iin
tijion ('oiino))olit,-iit pi-inetiil'e.siTnTl tlie |ii-rnpeetoi-
wilh hi- puck is jlHl ,-ih vi-eleoino ;i<- Ilie   inillifni-
' iiii-e wilh lii.i roll.   ,
' , i *
, Every g'uo.sl recoivos (ho Ij'osi. cure and proteot-ion.
Tlio Liifjnors arc iho liost, in iowii.
D. IVIcIMeish
. __^ J--_r_.  .V) A-N-A (J !"' R-. -..- - :r:. .~rt—x— -—--
V3i Leadenhall Stre<ji. London, En^inail.     X,      J    A   t|TopOO»'te-:L   TOI'l'Osey i:'l)£C !
'? ' a ' | llondersop. Di-iiir Cu.. Vtuieonvevi
N. A, WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE, j WtlS til SlC-ole  Fl'lduv
P.U.S.  <&  C.B.
Port Steal a B.C,
,   t       CIVIL   ENGINEER
Provincial   Land   Surveyor
FORT  STEELR,   13*  C.
AND       -     -      -
Fort,   Stoolo   M.C —
/'orr Steele"
Diamond Jubilee
miss e. moss:        tlOSpituI
i.!iM''into of St. L'jlies llns|ill:il.
v'Ancoitvur. II (1
'I'liiu InatiLiilien 'i,"i-been i-ecenily
enlarged by ti new winy \iVicli ii now
open for reception of patient.. I«'or
terms ap])ly to
Miss B. Moss,   or   j. K. Smith. See.
Matron. Port Steele. IJ.C.
}     Mr.   and'Mrs.   A    C   Xel-soii, i
■ and Miss Waison   vi-ited   Cran
brook Thur.-dav.
f4-eo. Eloffgarth. Elko, -was
visiting old' time friends at
Steele Suiidav.
At Fort Steele during ihe past
two week's no ,,kick has been
roe'isiored about ihe woaiher.
Mr. aud Mrs. E Small, and
Miss "Well man. Cranbrook,
visitod the capital city Sunday.
In-. II. "Walt paid a professional visiPto rhe Indian ro'serve
Ttiesdav.      -    ',  •
.lohn Macdonald/' Marysville.
was al Steele on business Monday.
v ' , o
Port  Steele
Meat Market
, r n ' i n
H. THIRY, Proprietor.
l;resh and Salt Meats Alwavs On Hand.
Nrnl>.    can die
and    Fi<i,'.s    al
".I. Kenneli aiul J'. Watkins,
Marysville. wort? in Steele on
busine.is 'J'ue.ida v.
Charles I'll woi I. Cranbrooli.
passed through Steele on his
way to Fi»h. Lakes Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick' Fennor.
Cherry Creek. Ave.ru visiting
friends at Fort Stoole Tuesday.
Llveru, Feed & Sale Stable.
Port Steele B.C * -    c
Regular  Daily  Stage  meet?   nil
trains at FortcSteele Junction.
Shaving ^ Hair Dressing Parlor
.Vc?t tu OrluUtal Hoc 1
FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.
All  Kinds  oi Hair Work   ix  .iperiultv
A. J.' GRKZ,   -    •    PROi-Kn.TO.*;
Mis.-, Paid, Avho_has_ been residing at Fish L-.ikcs'foMhepast
year, returned to "S ovlctoii. N.W.
T.. Fi-idav.
Miss Stubbs. avIio has be^n
visit ina her sister Mrs. D. Mc-
Neish. returned to Mooseinan.
N. W. T.. Friday.
Cattle on the range near Tobacco Plains oAving tu Ihe
deep -now. are having a hard
Hivurylliiiig iSlvicl.ly First  Class.
Next, dtyjr to J lie Prospector.
■ c ^__
Take notice that T iniend to apply
:J.0 iliiVs from dale Ibereol to tlie ("'hiel
C'oiinni^inner of Lutid» Ar Works for
a -peeinl lieen-n: In cut. und curry awuy
limber lrom the following truel of land
lying- in Soiiihen.il Kooienay Di^ti-iei:
eoiiimerieiiiii ut ;i |jo->t marked D. K.
Newall'ft soutliotiil corner, plumed on
(ja^l ^idi- ol Brevv.ery Creek, 'thenee SO
eluiinb north, thenee'SO ehuins west,
iheneo80 elmins south, thence SO eluiini
(i.i^i to phiee ol bi'giniiiii>>.
1). K.   XI':WALL.
Dated  March -I.  100.'!. '   10.
Take notice that I iniend to apply
.'10 day- from dale ih'eivof to ilu* Chief
('iiinmi-s-ioner of Lands iV Works for a
ipecial lieen-e l.o cut and carry away
ti in her from I ho lollovviny tract
of land lyiny in Sonthi-a-t Kootenay
Difti-iet. eomnieiieiii" at :i )jo-,t marked
1). Griflith sontheii'-t corner planted on
the cast i-ide of llrevvery Crcelc. llienee
SO chains,north, thenee SO cluiins vvesl.
•hence £0 ehiiiii--oiilh. ihence SOehain-,
eas' to place ol l>eQintiiii>>. "
Darr-i, \fureh   I.   100H. 111.
rJ'he coiivcnlion of the Provincial ^lininc- Association   has  ro
?iiHed most sn ti=: far lory.
Lead reached the highesJ price
in London Tuesday for many
months, the figures beins- C\2
7> (WI
FORT STP2ELL.   Ii. (..
Weekly Bulletin.    ,
■■■  Pr°ldayV \' events Plng-l^na OinK
Tuesday,' njid    Thuraday    eveiiinjf.-i
■ ,Dancing School for pupils oniy.     t'oiu-
'peterit lady teacher in utteniitine.c
' This hall will lie tivailitbh; ,l<>\;. other
enterttiihrttentri Tuesday. ThuV.sdtty'and
Saturday ev.enin^.s.
• Apply'to .I. I.riiDiKCOA'i'.' M;iiin^''i'.
.     ■   Port .Steele, I'!. 'A '
The people ol Southeast
Kooienay ure ninyiim praises to
the cleric o! the weather, these
a ay.-., and niyhts. too
WAT(.:if.MAK|;i( and  .ii:\vi:i.i:i:
■ lilll/IIlvlllR
Jllvc.i'Hiile Aveiiilc,
;      .Port Steele.   IL C.
li, IJ. MeVjliio, A. W. Me-
\"ittie, Ci-a'iibrook, were A'isi.ting
»t 1.1)6 home of -Mr. T. T. Me-
yiUie Tuesday, .        •■■.''
' (jOo: (A flendei'SOii, Heloit,
loiva. ami ,'f: M'. Z'.'lh'i'A Ganloii,
Sil Dakota, wore, in' town Moii-
'day,' ■iook'iii'g ii)) Avat.'^i-' power.'
They visited i.-lull ' river and
tit liei'. |ioinl *-. in 1 lie (list rick
A. ( A Nelson has'pliK'ed in lim
cahii-els of the .VI iiiers'A Assoei-
iilion a spi-ciiiii'tt ol' iron .ore
taken from I'nil river IhiU
(Tiallentres •.niylliinir from any
where - foi' per ceiil. of iron and
'j.iiii'i ty. of ore.
A'. Rannislei': Fish- Lakes,
was in town Friday on bis Avay
1o .Calu'iii-y on I'His'iiiess. He Avill
return in about three u:eeks.
St. John's ^Tmrcb. of Eng-land.
Services Avi.\ be held in Ihe
Church of-Sf. Jo1,,, u1(J Divine
every Suuday evem .v.- a\, j:?,o ex-
cept/on Iho third Su,fdav in each
liioulh when Ihe ser.-j,.,,' w\]\ \w
held   at   Jl   (Veloclc .,_„,_
Koly Coininunioi w\\\ \)0 lu\.
niinistcred a1 Ihe ,-\oxo oi Ilie
iStranyers are Welcome.
Divine Worsliip vill be held
in the Preshyte>jJin (Alnu-ch
every Sabbath mivninii al II
Sabbath School iyr;rv Siindav
al.half past two o'c'^ci^ !
Choir Api-actiee,-cVory' Thurs-
day eyenine-itt 7:Bu0'0iock.
A Pastor:     A, L. A^ACnoiKl ALL.
' .■■"'• East Kootenay stook. •■
/ AHked.',    Bid.
('i-iiw'h iVi-sll 'mil.. .   '.'-iltiiiri. #1 It).
'iNni'Lli'Stiii' :... ... |:; A. ni
Kiillivilll  , ;{ 2
Sil.'hlii^i-ne  ....           :tiT -in
Silver-lead  Q|otlUloiiti;.
Ni.'W A'ui-k. Alnri'h i-   '■■.
I lar rt.ll ver A . .  \$y
Mexican dollat-M ....,       .-if-
.l.etid           . .  .|.'i(.
<'i»PP<-i' '.• •'■, .   .A.'  ,i:UI7
Speller             . . j; . . A .. .. . . . 5.10
A   London, .M.-icch li.-Silver, 'I'l    L-ld:
copper,  .Cn'i  liisiid;   ,.tyl\, ,t;\'2 12h  >'«!:
speltei-; Cl! Jo?   d.
RI)AVAHD   VII., li.v the tlrnce oidoil, or tlie
United IfniKrimn ot Oroat Bi-lttiln.mid  Iro-
ttliinil and (it tlio  lli-ltisli Dominions beyond
tlieSf-fti, KlNO, Di'fenilisr of tlie Paiili, eic,
CIC , I'll!.' , i
To Uii'i- fiillliful tin- lAli-nibei's elocicd to sri-ve
, in llic Lcflliliiilv-i) A-seinlily of Our I'ro-
vincn ol lii'itlsli Coluinliiii. nnd iiiiumonuu
nnd rnllril to :i mci'tiiiK of tlie LuH-i-lntuie
nr P.ii-liiiiiic-iil of On■ stiid Province, at. Our
C'uy oi A'lctoi-iii, on Tlmisila\, tlie twelfth
ilny of IVIiircli, one thoitMiiitl nine hiindidi
mill tlirce. to .liuvu been (.-omiiioiioed mid
lirld. mid 1'Vi-ry nf you.—O iu:i:tino .
II. A M.vci.i:an. I TTTH BR H A S iiio
Duplin Altoincy- . \I\J nioi-liiij! oi* Ilie
tli'iieriil. ) x"- Letii-lntiii-e or
I'itiliiinii.'iii ot tlie I'lovincc "I lli-iti-li eoltiin-
biii -tiiiid- culled for Tliui--il:iy tin* twelfth day
of MaicIi. one tlion-tnnd nine huiiilrcd and
lliiec, ui vvhlcli time, nt our city ol Victoria,
von are hold and con-liuiueil to appear: ,
SOW KNOW VIC tlnil tor divei-c.iu-.e--uud
coii-iiU-iiilloiii, and Hiking into eoiiMdciiuIon
Uio i'ii-i) .-mil i-onveiiieiii'o ot Our lovin-i -.ubjeetj.
Wchtivc tlioiifilit lit. b.v and with tlio tnlvico of
Our Kxeeutive Council, ol the Province of
liiilisli Columbiii to lcllevu you, uud each of
voli. ol yoiir.itleiKliiiu-c at the lime aioie-iild;
hereby "eon*. okhiK, nnd by the-e presents enjoining yon. and caeli ol you. Hint on Thursday
the. seeoii'l day ol Apiil. om- thousand nine
liundied and three you meet Us in Our LcsiN-
ltilure oi pMiliiimuiit of the .-aid I'loviiit-e. at
Our tlitv of Victoria, FOR THK DISPATCH
Ql-' HUsrN'LSS, to treat.'do, act aud conclude
upon those tilings which. In Our Legislature
ol the Province ol Urilisli Columbia, by Uncommon Council ot Our Mild Province may,
b.v tlio laiot- of Ood, be ordained.
In Tkstimonv \Vili:i(i:or. AArc have ciui-ed
these Our Letters lo be made Patent und
ihe Crent Seal ol Our-aid Piovmee to be
hereunto alllxed:
Witnins. the llonointible Sir Ilr.Ntii Giv
t.vvi: joi.v di: LoTiiiNinm:, K.C.M.C.,
fjieulenain-Oovei nor of Our said Province
ol lli-itish Columbia, nl Om Ciorcrnuiom
House, in Our City of Vlcloiin, in Oui said
Province, this nineteenth day of Pcbruiii-y,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand
nine liundied und three, it ml in the ihlnl
V'l-iirol Oui l{elnn.
Uv CoillUllllKl.
Deputy Frorhicitd Secvelanj.
Port    Steele
i    *  . i
Brewitig    Co.
*■ ^ ' i
FORT STEELE,  B.  C. '   ' \',   '
1 '-oo
i <"*■ '
Hottled beer for family use a'specialty
J    - • '
". i
Mutz & Scott, Prop's
.  I*.   O.  Bv/X SI2 ,'
■    KOOteiiay    l  .Boundary Line'
Hotel ■* *
Tobacco  Plains,
JULES HUREL Proprietor.
A First Class Home
K; Stage liiuj leaves ICoolcnay Uolcl for FAko on Monday and Tjf
? Friday ai 8 n in. "Ltmvcs Elk Hotel on -Tiiosdiiy nnd SftMir- ^*
IT clay at. 8 a.m. .t
Office and Stable
i-'oruer ul
Ualbi-aiili nnd Hazel Streets
Forr, Steele, B. G.
OFPICI': DAVS:      Monday.    Tliui-i-
tliiv nnd Snliirilfiv ill Sli-cle.
Monte Carlo Restaurant;
liveryLliiii"   Cooked
"as   vim   I.IK ic   IT."
WM. ROBINSON.   Proprietor
Why von should Ituv'
BeCQUSe '" is Oui- Ijosl.ijualil.y.
Because  '' 's ""■■ most liiHt.in^'chcw
Because •'is Mi<.,.,iiin-K-4.*Mt.'iii»-ii entile
III or 'lini. pliiy;
Because ■"'''"'  Ih^k uri-  v-tiluulilc   I'or
[ii-CMiihtiiit-ituiitil  January
1st,  1905.
Because  u(" Ruunm>.<•<- ovi,>i'y i»111•_;-.*
Because your denier   is   iiutliorizud
to reruml your nioney ifyott
itro. not stil irfllod.
The EiirniE Tobacco Co.. Ltd.
Sole Agents ror the
Canton steel
East;....  : ,
• I v        , .   •   -'*■.
This Stkklis guaranteed l<) be'c.<(ii:i,l to .'lessop's  or   l^irths in all
A.ITaicd Rocic VVbiuc.
sol1c a(iknts
Sole   Aoka")
Crow's Nest Goal tioMPANv
s Giant fowder coniDano.
Mining' Supplies  a   Specialty.
Agonts for ihe- MASSEY   'HARRIS    CO.,  Limited.    '
Farmmg   Implements,


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