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 -L^r'a Oik"8  Vol. O.  FORT STBBUB, B. C,  SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1903.  No IS.  MINES AND MINING.  ��  Ui  Oi  it  tii  J.  oi  >��< Conducted  u,      .1 as. T.  Laidlaw  under    the   auspices    of  Fort Steele Miners' Association.  the  II.  WV Loss.  Sec  ^3*4^24334334��^3344?W*4fHrti^~��*et*^&fr&&&&&&fr&M^  Ui  0/  0/  li/  U/  0/  0/  \tl  I*/  U/  Wf  li/  li/  li.  J*  Oil-concentration.  1  Of the many improvements in  (he proi;esses of ext rsuit iDie values from ores probably   none   is  more important  I linn the recent-  * i  ly invented process of Oil-concent ration. The process has not  yet come so extensively into use  that, many have becDine acquainted wilh il.  and ;i   brief   account  of its  inost   important,   features  i ,  i  may be oTnn to rest."  Ih the first place  the   process  ���is: intended   to extract from the  pulped ore whatever metalic val-'  lies it may eonlain without, altering- itscharaeter.    The"ores most  amenable to t ho'process arc those  * whose value-carrying   materials  , are sparsely distributed through  .the rock, necessitating line crushing,    and    consequent    sliming.  By the  ordinary   water  process  tlie loss by sliming  im working  such ores is so groat as to render  concentration  impossible.    This  is1   particularly   true  of  what is  generally     termed     high-grade  ores, which include gray-copper  carrying  silver,   and   the, many  forms  of  iron   and   copper sulphides carrying gold.   ;The   loss  in  these ores'is due to their low  specific,   gravity,,o which    allows  the'  values ��� to be  carried  awav:  info   immediate   value,   and add  greatly io the already big profits  of the properties.  r  The persons   most   interested  have- been   experimenting'   with  the process on a small scale, aiid  have met with such ,,satisfactory  results that' a, plant of fifty Ions  daily capacity is being installed.  The   result   will   be 'watched  wilh much interest, as there arc  a number of properties with vast  quantities of ore carrying values  just below the cost of smelting.  The  oil concentration process  moans'to smelting- ores what cy-  aniding does for froemilling.  The conditions of the metal  market, and the construction of  the Kootenay Central Railway,  will soon place a number of properties on tho shipping list.  If till the mountains in tho  world were leveled, the average  height of the land would' rise  nearly 2.">0 feet. '   '  It will not be many weeks now  before active operations will be  begun all along the line in Fort  Steele and in every section of  this splendid district.  NEWS OP THE WORLD.  Ships for the &reat Lakes--May  Emp'oy Chinese���Andre will  Retire Himself.  Aged Duke of Cambridge.  East Kootenay Stock  Askod.  Returned from Perry Cr,eek.  H. W. Ross and Joe Walsh  made a trip to the head of Perry  crook,'during tho w.eek. They  went to 1 he Roaring King mine  to see (he ���"conditions of "ihe snow  and what the chances were for  resuming work. They report  plenty of snow.,but that it, i.s not  yet in condition"for good snow-  shoeing. ,On account of there  having been.no Ghinooks.during-  Ihc winter, the.su'ow is'umisiuilly  deep for this limn of year, but  that the uautral snowfall is no  greater than usual.    No'si ides of  Crow's NeM ( \i;il  *VJ,">.  North Slur  tV>[  .SuIInriiii  -11 r  Si. Kuyoni'            ,   17'-  Silver-lead Quotations.  Now York- March"J7:  Hiir .Silver   Mexican dollars   Lead        Copper   Spelter, '   . ........  ' i London. .March 27.���Silver. H'l  copper '-' ��<u>  7h   il:     lead.   Cl.'l  .-peltor. ��-'.'( *   d.  Bid.  ��� t. 1)8.01)  IP  .     '     ���������"���  -ISi  .'IS 3  ���l.i'TJ  1-1.'    ,  O.li.T  s-s.l:  ">->    il:  Market Conditions.  ,-.,-, ,.      i importance has yet. occured. but  a so''being   brittle   they , 'slime |, ���,������ .,������ ,., .,    .>��� .' ,       .  ��� "    ,���  "       .    ..     ,  '      ��� I hey are likely to take place on a  grand scale. Mr. Ross says t hat he  Weather conditions are. favorable.  ,   Bad   conditions'of   roads  has  depressed business foaeonsidor-  'able extent.  Copper advanced to Ini cents,  ! but failed lo hold the best price.  ii, x  ��� Another fraction- has been  added to the price of lead, -sl.f)."!  being quoted.    "  Quotations on  silver steadily  i declined.during tlie past. week.  easily and are inclined alo lloai.  No attempt has been made, of,late  ...years to concentrate the values  jn" thi_s class of' ores, "and as a  consequence the whole mass of  rock has, been smelted to recover  will notal,lempi.,to do any work  thereuntil the danger from.those  are past.. While up'there they  looked oyer1 the counlry,to view  out a good roady which they say  London, March 27.���Tho Duke  of Cambridge, who loday reached his eighty-fourth year, i.s the  first member of the British royal  family, at least in modern times,  lo attain that age. Queen Victoria, the Duchess of'Gloucester,  and George III. all reached the  four-score mark, but. died soon  after. The only other member  of the royal family who lived to  be an octogenarian was the first  Duke of Cumberland, who succeeded William TV. as King of  Hanover. He died in his eighty.-  lirst year.  Pew   men   of his years in the  United Kingdom are more vigorous and active than tho Duke   of  Cambridge.     Last  year,   during  King Edward's illness;  the  venerable duke took  over  much   of  'the   work   of meeting and entertaining   the foreign   representatives who had   come' lo   London  for t he coronation.      1-lis  career  has   been    altogether   military.  He" has   If old   his  title for more  than   fifty    years,     during ' all  which timc'lic has boon   a   mem-  The  ing War Ministei, but it is pointed out. that since the foundation  of the Third Republic'this is the  first time that a War Minister  has had to remove his own name  from the active army list."  ANLI.O-AMKltlCAX   CHESS  OA.ME,  Boston, Mass., March 27.���  The annual Anglo-American university chess match by cable  was commenced today. The  contestants are Yale, Harvard.  Columbia and Princeton on the  one side and Oxford and Cambridge on'lho other.  DISTRICT NEWS.  A Model. Farm���R.A.M. Convention  -���'-Have Arrived ��� Board of  Trade Meeting.  THE STRIKE IS NOT  SETTLED.  Meeting of Miners Held Friday-  Opinion of District Executive.  p www   ii   pwu    iwiiu,      tt   lllull      L'JLtrV  the values.    As il costs more  to r,...��� ,  ' .���,,.    . ,..,,  . ,     .   ,    , ,.   '    .        ,    can l3�� built at little expense  iii rt M      11,11-iL    f hnii     iii.-ilnlii-i       i n l n/-iifi  I r- -*-  moll, rock* than metalic   minerals  it will be readily seen that when  tho cost of  melting  seventyfivo  , or eighty tons of rock to recover  ��� one ton  of  metal   is  eliminated  "   from   ihe" cost   of metal production   il   is  a matter of much importance.  Tho Rossland ores probably  contain about thirty pounds of  metal to ihe ton of ore. To melt  this ton of roclc costs about ��-1.  It is claimed by the inventors of  the oil process of concentration  that the values contained in a ton  of rock can be recovered at a  cost of not more than si.  /Phc process i.s.just the opposite  of the action of water as used iu  concentration   of   lead ores.     In  these  the  waste is lloaled away  and the heavy iind   valuable material     collected     by    settling.  Separation i.s affected by   reason  of  the   the difference in specific,  gravity: the waste lloals and Iho  values sink.     By the  oil process |  the separation is  affected   some  what  by nftinify between (he oil  and mineral, in  which   case   Iho  metalic minerals are held in suspension in the oil and  the   heavier and non-niefalic waste sol ties  and is carried away.    Ores   that,  cannot be'separated by tlie water  ���process on account of their  susceptibility to slime arc   the most  amenable to the oil'process'..   Tlie.  manipulation   is very simple and  inexpensive.     It. is said that  the  loss of oil is. not   more   one   and:  one   half gal Ions.to I.lie toil,1 and  that tiny crude petroleum is sufficient.'  They wore at the summit of  tho'Selkirks and they say that  winter's storms make grand and  ini|losing spectacles.  Will Use Bull River Waterpower.  Monte Carlo Moves Again,  Wm. .Robinson' better known  ;as iVIonle Carlo,"- has gone lo Edmonton. Monte has boon at the  '���front" since the days of the  construction of the Central Pacific, and has been among the  pioneers into every new mining  camp of the. West. He is well  known, nol only to Iho people of  the West, but to many prominent  state officials and eastern people.  He attended Horace Grcely upon  his famous stage-coach trip  across  the  plains, and   was one  R.   Frnser  as. agent   for Geo.  T. Henderson of  Canton.   South  Dakota, has "posted notice ask-|0f the General Grant party on  ing for seven thousand inches or its western tour,' while the  water at Bull river falls: also j General was , president, of the  8d acres of placer'ground.     Tho \ United Stales."    His good humor  wa,ter is intended to be used   foi  motive     power  '  to      generate  electricity to bo supplied to   the  towns and mines of the ��district.  The    enterprise    also   includes i  some mining possibilities.  Years  ago    pioneer   prospectors   took  considerable gold  from   the   bed j  of the stronin, 'and it is generally  believed   that   much   good    pay I  remains.      In   the ' development  of the walerpower   working   the  gravel will be greatly facilitated,  and   to  take  advantage  of   the  '_and drollery attracted the attention  of  Mark  Twain,    who,   in  speaking of him as a cook, said.  He can   take   a   piece   of   dog,  cougar or coyotie, :i,nd make of il  a steak or a stow so fine  that  ii"  you didn't know any belter  you  could    not    tell    tho   difference.  And   at pastry   he   can   lake  a  turnip, a piece of red Mannefan'd  a  quart   of   vinegar aud make a  mince   pie   that   would   make an  epicure's mouth water.'*  Monte came to Port   Steele   in  opportunity   is   the object ol" so-   the early days and has been   do-  curing  a  ground  lease  ol     the   mining  Mining Notes.  The process is, likely.,to-moot  the needs of a, class of ores not  ebntaining . sufficient values to  smelt.  ;. Large 'qua.ni.it.ies of ores of not  .sufficient values lo be profitably  smelted   exist   in   many.   of the  Tho year l'.io:i promises to see  four separate mining companies  operating in.'the ' Moyie camp,  says the. Moyie Meador.  The' construction of the .Kootenay Central railway from Elk-  river to Golden, passing1 close to  a number of mines in '- the!.'main'  range of-the Rockies is encouraging to everyone interested in  Southeast Kootenay.  There is great activity among  the placer mines on Wild Horse  creeki If will be noticed that  among the companies that, will  operate! 'hydraulic mines this  year, two are new organizations.  ft   is   true   that  mines   in   the  mines   of West Kootenay which, j maiii range of the Rockies   have  by the oil process-will be brought j not arrived at a/producing stage.  ing a good business, but the  coming' railroad is disturbing'his  peace of mind,   lie will have none  o  of it. but will go lo the far Northwest. Wlien life was young and  know not guile, ,t lie- witchery of the,wilds laid him'.by the  heels .'-and dragged him, info the  Mils, and it is dragging him  still. The people of Fdmonton  will find in him q iialifies of wit  a.nd humor i.lia.l are. produced  only iii tlie land - "of' boiling  cotton, long evening twilights  a.nd mellow'sundowns.  Meeting of Liberals.  . The Fori, Steele Liberal Association were in'session. Saturday  evening. Matters of importance  were discussed; also the holding  of a convention at Revolslnke  for, the purpose of electing a  parly leader.  ber of the House of Lords  Duke of Richmond and Gordon  is tho only other Duke who has  been 'in the upper House for  more than forty years, 'indeed,  thc-Duke of Richmond and tho  Duke of Norfolk arc the only  duko.s who have sat in the House  of Lords for as many as" thirty,  years. ",      ��� r  SHIPS   FOR   THI5  G UK AT  LAKKK.  Dulnth,    Miiin.,   March   27.���  The  Great   Lakes and "St. Lawrence  Transportation  Company  of Dulnfhywill put  into  commission during the season  about  to  open,ton steql steamships for the  export trade botwoon the   upper  lakes and Europe.    The   service  will be a new and1 important one  and it is understood that a large  trade  has   been   worked up. not  only   in  grain   and   Hour, but in  some heavy manufactured goods  which   have    boon   handicapped  heretofore for the export market  on account of excessive freights.  The   Hoot   will   riine from   the  head  of  the  lakes   through   to  Quebec and Montreal, whore Ihe  cargoes will be transhipped,    in  order that they  may   carry  cargoes of size   through   the   Canadian canals to salt water the new  vessels are to be not   more   than  22.") foot long.    They will have a  capacity of 2,('n(.)   ions, however,  and will carry 2.200 tons on   the  foui'lecn-foot draught   permitted  by the present Canadian canals.  MAY        H.MPLOV        CIILVKSK        IN"  TltANSVAAL.  London. March 27.���Commissioners Noyesand Skinner, who  have been appointed to proceed  to China lo investigate Chinese  labor with the view of its employment in the mines a I. .I'ohan -  nosburg, .Transvaal.,- sa.iled today'  Spi'dlll 1(1 'I'll!   I'm l-.IM.l-r.il!  cFcrnie, March 27.���No decision has yet boon reached. The  miners will hold another mooting today, when another vote  will be taken., ' ��� ���  The conciliation coiuiuiilee.  executive committee of the W.F,  M. and the general public are  keenly disappointed.  . /All friends of labor throughout the Kootenays feel that the  strikers arc unreasonable in  their actions, and that they must  stand aloiie. wilhout the support  of the Federation or of public  opinion.  DOINGS   OF   T1IK   WKLK.  The coal miners of the Crow's  Nest" Pass collieries have refused to accept, the agreement as  signed by the executive committee and the Coal Company.  At the public meeting held on  Wednesday. John Keone, chairman of the conciliation committee reviewed the work- of the  committee from,(he start (o Ihe  present deadlock". < a-  Mr. Gauncc. secretary of the,  committee, in an eloquent address, clearly showed the false  position tho men wore placing  themselves in, He pointed out,  that 11)1 men in the three camps  voted for acceptance and :>S8  against, while S)2-l men did not.  vote. He also showed lhat IS of  the lowest paid men the execu  ,tivo could Iind, under oalh. gave  evidence from which it appeared  that their net average daily  earnings amounted to s.'}.70.  George Dougherty, of the  Western Federation of miners,  strongly urged the men to accept Iho terms'offered. He was  listened to with ill concealed  contempt by many.  Chris Foley made a vigorous  speech. He spoke strongly  against the influence of agitators  Their repudiation of their executive board, he said, would be a  blow  at   unionism   ;  Surveyors at Work.  During' the week the Kootenay  Central     surveyors   were '' busy  running   trial   lines   and  taking  elevations along Wild   Horse for  the purpose of   finding  a  favorable crossing.     The point found  to be most, suitable, and  decided  upon,   is  just  above   the   lower  wa'gon   bridge   at   tho  edge   of  town.,      Krom    here'   they   will  work- eastward.      For a time the  parly will make its headquarters  in town.    Tlie first camp will-be  made  al   Lost creelc.   and from  there teams will bo used to move  camp   and 'haul supplies.     The  party starts out with seven men.  T. T. McViflio and  J.   T.   Laidlaw have charge of the work.  Will-make a Model Farm.  One of tho most interesting  enterprises going on ~ in our  midst is the improvements being  ���made by G. K. Pawnell. on his  farm below town. Mr. Pawnell  has several hundred acres of  laud, and is awman ol" large  means. Uo is farming for the  fun of it and proposes to make  some interesting'and attractive  improvements.  R.A.M. Convocation.  An, emergent convocation of  Rocky Mountain Chapter, R.A.  M.. was held at the Masonic  Temple on Tuesday evening. A  number of .sojourning companions were iu 'attendance.'  Two'candidates were advanced  to the  M.M.iM.  honorary    degree  , of  Have Arrived.  Tho first delegation of our  feathered friends have arrived.  The robins and bluebirds have  returned from the Southland during the week and remind us of  I heir presence with their merry  twitter and plaintive songs.  A Hock of white swan Hew  '.southward over the town Monday. The incident furnishes the  wist' ones .an opportunity to give  their various versions on what  is going lo happen.  Board of Trade Meeting.  for New York.' in California  the commissioners'', .will spend  several weeks inquiring/ii'ilo the  ���methods of employing the  Chinese in thai slate,.  WILL   K.KTIIMv  11 IMS l'i I .,!���'.  Paris, March 27.���The army  is considerably,��� interested in the  fa.cf that tomorrow General  Andre. the War Minister,  reaches tlie age. limit of (i"i years  and consequently"!)!; will have to  sign the decree removing his  name from the active army list,  and placing himselfy in the reserve.. This will not, of course,  prevent General Andre   remain-  A meeting of the  Port Steele  Board of Trade was held  Saturday.     Matters  of  interest per-  ovor the j taining   to   the   Province    and  provide. I Southeast    Kootenav  wore ' dis-  The secretary of the local un- jessed by the' Hoard.  ion. in reply, tried to upset some i "        of thoargumentsof former..peak-j The Bjrds Come Back<  cm.    He .-*aid   lhat   the   minors, i    were going to settle Ihe question!     Several   vivir.  a��'o  a   pair of  themselves and,not the  concilia- ! bluebirds   built   their   nest over  lion  commiliee   or   Ihe   distri.-l , th(,   (,l)(1|.  ,)f   T]r|,   pROS),M,(.TOR  executive,   and   strongly    urged   ollif���.    (n(1,v    y(l}l|.   ^^  the men lo oppose iho acceptance  |lilV(. rol urm,| to lhtlil.   ncst    rfl.  ()l <lK! ,"nns- | I'ainxl     it    and     haMiod   ihoir  . ,. News Notes. j.young.   ��� Last Monday tliey.came  Judge ''..Fori n    held    court    a.t ��� again .and-looked over   their old  Fernie Tuesday evening.  L'estook.Forbes has boon  noli- J''  lied,   by .wire,   from Victoria.' of!  home, and wilt pi obably   occupy  as usual, .  his .appointment.a.s.  the County Court.  registrar' of I;  News of the World.  | 'The Grand Opo.ray House,' To:  h-onto.   w'as''totally destroyed by  'lire Wednesday morning. .  j .. .' c  After reading hisspocial message' to congress Wednesday  go lie raj Castro withdrew his  resignation as president   of Veii-  ..Farewell Sermon.  On next Sunday, Mr. Macilou-  gall will preach his last, sermon  .in the Fort,Steele .Presbyterian  Church..' At.the close of the service.fix  of   the  place,'and it is hoped all the! Hood if the river does, not recede  members,, and adherents of the: The wafer in the harbor regis-  chur 'i will make it a point to be - lered over -II feet,' but is gradu-  present. j ally falling. ���������������.  regdla.r annual   meeting | ezuela.'  congregation   will    take!     Montreal city aul horifies  fear. TIIK  lT;OSPECT01i   POR^SrPKKLE,  J!.  C MARCH  2s,   lfiOIJ.  ��ijV^  gRI^ JUttti^^  ��� ���.   ' ���   L.s-r.vni.isin.c.i-.   iwi".��� '  -.'  S.B. Grace,    -  PUBLISH IOR ..' AND     I'-.LITOK,  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every Sa'tiirUny-. aitti has ��; ��ti:i1r.-iiitc-i:ii  circulation laisc-r. tliini any oilier paper  In liasfKoptenSy.' It is,,all ,hnmo;Prl.iiteii  unci coinains tidiible die news of any  Mherpaper, in -thy (.listi'iet. ,   ,     ;,������ !   ,,;���),.".  SATURDAY;- MARpH 28, W.  o  N T'nursday. 'April. 2nd.-.;ihe  Provincial 'Legislature  ^willdbnvehe for the transaction  ���of business, y -     ',''"..''"  '���';'." Recent,reports received yfronj.  ;tlie .'.coast ''are-'" to the eifecfihat"  the government will.-have'-' a fair  working, majority.    f.    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Iia^' .yivi-rt".;'thiiu.-atii'ls ol' j  dollars'\voHh .of premiums --t'o.'ae-tm.ts all.;  oy.i.'r '[lie i'oii'ms".y. Ueiiiouibe).- also l.hai-.-f  liiy A)-ao:d'^.:l:!ii7;;)ish-'"l'i.)xiir PiiL'aroa j-  >vi.;U knpu-(j; rt'incilv. for all diseases, "of j-  T     ..... .    . ������������      .... ...    .The     kidtiev    and     bladder,    l.iriilil'.si.  ������' -; It./is^he-,opinion pr;the weii-ff^^^^^^  7 informed.: chat ayinajoi'itv pi the.I'U'^il'l1^; and,;remain cihiiidnin^. anVlj  ,- .;���-..���  ,.":���'��� ������ -���-...; '.-   y ������{.   ���:���-. -yy''--    "...''... -.art.' fos>. s;iL livuilt livst.  class1, dri.ijririsis.  ^eraber^l^'he^lcg^ win j- utf,.ti-tiev* mju^iiiidnos in f)V.}fvis ,f  r'- gi've'aa earneist and^ consclehtioiis i^- Vv-oi'ldr^'.uin'iTrv-rc^ii.i.v- loish.oAvf.liwu-  -���.p ���-,.���'��� 77 ���' yy.      ,7 -yy--: -.,���������    ; ...y ��� ��� ;1:. ��� .���.-,;,-..-   j to '��� ieli .-'.'i-heni''-.- yVou ai-e.niH   otli^risiir  V support-to: the government,: ; SOI^rhiii>;- ilwu .-th^j>jop!o don'iykii.nv;;.  'syAs-far ' as; it'caiibe iddsed .a '������! Oiuv-wi.au-.iVes/.are1 the, ro^laiy siamiar.i  . y-yy-; ..--y--   ff .-���.' >: 'i'1----'.1"' ���    ���''    '-^ '"���' ��'���' size, -ior   Ladie? :aiiii��''Oi.M.ii.le'i'iH'i:    in-;  greatma^on ty -of the; electors ox a xrck-^r \��- ��un3lotarrasosain;Ui !i-ind-;|  ��� "the'pro^ince are"i)ot."in.: faKdr;yol^  ,'���-,'.       ,-������.. ...���        ._....     ���     :, '   ���.'.     U!U'iC.-5Cv>0l>O5->;-wa!.-ohes.',s:\iOh li��'. no.;liuiv|.  an7,election,,dur.i'ng������: the coming 1fl,...j>etitl^u:n>,')i^aa*'!isli{Hii��r Ljwi'i-ry!  ���summer.'  :yThe.'.people ;6i"4ytheT^'^  -.7n-7..7.,-: 7 ������:..-,.. -.'.,. .:*;-,,.-���:  f-:-.-.-y  .".7: to-"aU :'.ino -iel!  oiilv. ���tAveh-tv.txixss.oi  .yprovince are; determined   m-giveivt^^j^^  ��� the Prior Govern merit a fair trial' oni'^, aiitlbiy rh<> &v*i ia .yoii't;ioc;iJ'it;y-.io.l'  7;, f .7 ..,���,������- -   .,.-...<.;.     ...    ... ; xret oueuf tiiosS .J^nutlfiiL ivatches a?id v  and'; ytlmt^y^i-lieriryAynlyy  'change; y y,:.'-" ���' ���-,-'��� -.'������''���':'������'-''��� ' . ,-.-���-,'��� i !t-u^- ,'or.-.. .pL'js't-v.tfawi'' \ve-- wiiLTsead' you' j^  ::-;'if y��:: -' ';, ������'���t'['  -y.' '���' ff ';.i;.'   '. ���'���-.������c- --f ��� r-pOst,��aid' i,ss;,eU-e Ixixosyyrpifetli'eiy widf  '".., '''������:'������'��� ������'���'������;.' ���':���.:' '. "iV"1'-'1 ���;.'        . ;��� .-��������� ������'���.:; ;,-| tnirniusti'ateil .Cataioy-ue "aiid   lieauti-  y'.Tlie one purpose of the .Legis- \ niliy.;coli>fed card ^rith'ypui'^aiiie arid:  lnri'irny AscomhUr'y-vV ���tf��1:iir.vr'cr>��'���' aildr^ri , on^as our ;'ant*hoi-izeds ageju.:  sion, in dealing with'- the: reserve, od loysolLauy jitprf than1'.l2.r-;boxesvand,  WCVb'ON'T.y \VAXP    JlXV    .MO.VEV "aniil  Miiiing Center of South East Kootenay  Agriculture  yThey-^ar'gest'y;.;  .'������'������1.:'' -'���       yy"y'-''; - '���-"''' ���,- -���--"--.--'-jajf.".'-.-���-'  Mineral Areas,  and tlie Most;  Coal Fields on the  American; Continent  are Situated in  V lands; in. ySbutheasiy.,Kootenay:  ; yshpu'ldyhe   the yiriimediaytif'bpch-  y iri'gyupyofyythese ylandsfor sale?  ':: pre-einptibn and settlementyytljet  y the-large.area& f>i coal: and-'bil be;  ^.'deyelppecl;'.-'and'iiptloty tlie :land;  :;.;'be..;:,a,cquired'. ,y,ahdf fskinned' ���,by  '"grasping corporations,; biit pre:';  Reserved.-:v|o!yYi.rtdyyl'oi^th(:  :vpul}lic.yyW^  tftei-'yciir'hayo fold tiiem. ;\\*0!:6ear,iill  .tlio-expeiise.ahd ai-o only i^iakiiig1' this  lilii/ral offer as a rtifuitotf.pfyiVclvertisihg'.  Dr.,' Arnoldys yijiiij-iish yEoxin: 7vPills.  Dpirc deTrty. Avi'ik- ai once; and .earn a  lieautifiil';..1.*i^i|o.si>rit-iv��','.ioi'^  Clii'isitnasi'yy;Cy -ff���.���''���'y--i ~-:,.'���'': y^i-i^-f  Address'yARNOLD-, MEDICINE':CO.i\Dcpt:'  ,;    50 Adelaidii-S'^  general-  (Cast,-ToroiitOi-pin.  G-razing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of,the  District.   ���  -y'"Thatythe:dove'of peticoyisinbt'  ^hovering, b^er ythe'yliberaly: party  yfqi) 'LiBivi;tis1-i; '���'������' "Cpl'uui hiir'-'ls"'"weir  . Icnbwn by all persons who take  ...any -.interest'* in f politics: ..but  y.nraiiy ofytlieiiraro aware dliai. his  ���;.' place is,taken by a/Martin,"-.who  lias his .little bill sharpened lor  y action".   "' ' ;.���''. -, ' .:���'-'' ���-;���' -I'--'  ,:'���-. '.- ���*   v - *     --., ^   "���������.������  y, Silver.'is beginning ,!;o, show.:  thatit i.s iii.'with fche|rest of tho  metals in dcinanding a raise.  ... -7:'7       ������-.' . '       e -.  ������-,-. AVith: tho-open ing of the 'Pro-1  yin'cial "Legislature1 will   c'pme a  , strong    recohi.inendatipn ���'���.' i'rouv  - the, rosidonfs of IheyKootenays'  to 'throw open the reserve  "in this district;-"'" ��� v ���'.'"'*���'  7.:,.. ..........77,7, ..^NOTlCE.-.-y,-;':-.;:,---;-:-*,,,:;,,  :-.'Xotleosi.-i, lioi-elij-; given Hint' an applicailoii  -,'wlii' tie iiunle . to tlif Pai'linrnent of Cnnada'ut  Ulsyi'iixty^BasIoivljjyui'eiK^  .wayiCoiiiiiiiiiy foi':hir* 'Aclip'Ariienil.its'A'ci of  riicoi'iioi'iilloii'iieihif I :Efhv:,iira''VIi-i1ClinpV1.?i1'b}-1  exi.eii Vli niji.i) of ti m'fj f o cf t li f eomiii 'eiicefiient-.-pf.'  oot_isirii.ci!oii;.ani^ilie.eoin)i,loll6iiyijy fialil .Ruil-:  wiiy, as';11 mlicil by Section'li,b;f-.sali:l,Aei-'pf.in-;  corpoi'ittKiii.'-.' inffi: yy: y;  : ' -yy,.7-i.n; ,7;-  Dntii'l .riinuary.aitli, lfK);l."���"'- "-,,      y      ':'������  ;-;..'''-������..;';���.- ,,; 7;ifAKvi':Y'iit-Mi'CARTEiR,;.:yy;  y.y 7-v; -:.':.'���   .'.���-';  ,.'.Solicitors for-AjVpUPanls:''.:-:  .".'. .'���'   -yy'-... .'NOTICE. [������'���'���:������',  ���fffff  i- Tilko liutii.'i: ilini tlilrly, iliiys'iit'loi'dftto  i. ,1)1-  loiul; in 'iipply'i.tn'- l.lie  Chiof' Ooiiiiiiissionifr. of  lyiiiiil-; ,&���.Works fur n  iVvfiiily-oiio yoftr  llmlifti'  Ipiise 'if tiin l'olloH-iiiLT liiiiila siiujiw in  Soutli  I'.niit ICo'otc.tiiiy uomiiioncinj,' nl n   post  planldd'  on ilio Kiisloni' bouiulnrv of Lot -15S9 id t.lii>  In--  ... .1.-.   -... ��� -        '.  101'iiiiiii.itiiil'lioiiiiilury l'.iiiu-.- ilienoo  north ,800  elm ins. Uiuiu'iS eiisl lP.OO.-cliui ns, tlidnoe soiitii-1  IliOc'Hiiuns. thotioc..west iMpi'.iiiiins, Ilitinco soutli  I'iO ijimitis. tlioiir'f west WW c,liuins,t,o .the plniic  of ho's-.iiiiiliii.'. ���  .      '��� ���     DDiVAbD K. OAMl'BRl.iy.  'IJinoa ���Uiis'rind /lay o'f February. lSOSi;.     .11  South Bast Kootenay  W^^o^^^i^ed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  tWrdugli p1oi��t; Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  ||S 0 and Residence lots for Sale  Rilil. T. Galbraith, Townsite office.  | N.HANSON,f  ';' A .technicality is' something'  that helps'the y��-ron,2; defeat, the:  rig-lit. ������������.... y'-.y,.     .. ,. '_'..  .Items  'of Interest.  ' ...  ��� .> NOTICE. ;'.   ' :,..-'; -- '-  Tulci: iioticciliat thirty days nfti'i-, ilnte I in-  lon'il to"-(ippl.v to ilio .'Chief -'Conimissioiio'i' of  finds l r.'aii'its &'<-Worlcs for a, t'wgnty-oiie year tinibcr  toiise.of-Uiu. followiiii,' liiiuls situato- iir Soutli  KasiKooii'iiay I'.oiiimc'iKiinKal a post planti'd  ontlic .ensturn ooumlary of Lbt'-lnSfl, toil mill's  iiortii... of;the1 In'tenirttibiiiil- Bouniliu-yy Line.  thii'tiiT ���.-astilii0(.| oliaiivs. tliciioe,noi;lli ffi'i chains;  thence w*��sl -ISO chains, tlioiu'e. nortli :120 chains  theiiee ivesi 1120 chnins. tlience south W0 chiiius  uvtl)e jihiec of'.-lOBiiniinfr. ������ '   '  y.;..��:::     '. , il(< ; william campHrki.:  I5a!ei! I'livKT-'fi'li-flay of-Juiiuary.; If'Oil.- liy.  The Irish laud bill 'was  in.tro-  yduced������ iii "the house oi'  Cotninon.s  Wednesday   amid1  gi'i'at  enihus-.  iasru.'   , This ��� .inea-au.ro  - welcomed a.s an wn i , -1 u  of :'01dyiri'lan'd":'  ." "Major     General'    Sii  . Macdonald,'''1'''coiiliiiandiiiir,.. ' tho  British 'forces-in U��.'\ion'.. and 'one  of, the , foi'eiiiiisi..; oi"ticei>. .in. liic.  British, ai'inv. .c.(;unuitied' ���suicide  will . be  froubies  liecior-  .-���'_.  NOTICE.  iioiii.-t.', Uiat'. .".t-hirt.v.  ihiys ' :il'ioi'  io  :ippl,v ,to,, Ilio   till let".  Tiiko  didc   1 a intcix  <"oi!)h.-ii--siinii.'i' of liiLtids & Worlcs l*��.i'i-: ;t  21 yi'iu-:- tinilior ien.so of tlie i'liliowino1'  lands sii-ii!iti>u mtai' Yulilc in , Sont liottst  l\iiu!i,;;iay lii'siti'iliril as follinvs:  Ci>mmi'.ni'in;x.ai.'a point <m  the   west.  buiiiiiiiir.v  nl   bui   -!59i, Oroup 1. .sc'vi'ii  milfis M.uiili nl" i!|c"l."��.C.- Sonilieiui  'Kitil-  r.-.-iv   li.'iii^   llii-   MiitLlH'iist. iroriiiir itl'.M.  j Ai   l.ii-ali-'-   ni'iiln-r lease, ihoni'i- south  j i'oUojviii._r'   the    w'csl    lioiinilai-y  of   Lot.  j-t."i(il. i.e-niip l..u.(lisl.aiii.:i! of   -U(i  i.'liaiils  at,the hotel l-?.e>4:.ina., Paris. VV'ed- i inor..-. . in-   .less   in- tkc   Luiei'iiaiioiKil  j Uiitiniliiry, llmni'i.' wesl following,saiil-  j lintiiifliti-y a ���(i.isiii!if--C'-ol' ;!lin,-fl].'iins.  Me.-ni'i- nvii'lli. ll\Hi chains inoi-e oi- 1i.:ms 1<i  a point, line i,i:.-.|. uf i.liii I'lo.iiil'-ol' ln.-^iu-  tiiny.,) hi'iiCi- ens) ,-|i;u cluiins to l-lic jioinl  el hi'i/iiininj.''.  in     '��� fti;:c.;.iNAi;i:>' t:':' hAi\'i)Ai.T.,:  Tiati-I' i-liir. ^hi li ilny,of"P.:!jriiHry, IHO.'I  ���     NOTICE.  ���nesdayy: .e'   , ���   i  .Sheriff1-' Red.</'reayV;', .died    at  Golden Wednesday v.-lijle. ;tri-i.-.-,i-  ing  a   man   for   disorderly con  duct.       -Duall.i    was 'cau.-od'.   Ijy  heart failure. \,  Sir Thomas Slnviielrri.-ssy is  returning home. l-fi.',s;ti.led from  Southa.mpl.oii on Ihe, sleii.'ine'r  Deutschland VV'ednesiiay.-  Shaving Wt Hair Dressing  Parlor  Nuxt t'< Oi-litniiil !l.j'"l  FORT    STtvKLE,    Ii.   C.  Your iit-tciitiou . is called to' life  "Pioncor'Liiinilod" trains of the ��� "Milwaukee & St Paiil Ruilway." ^Tlie oiily  .perfect trains iii the world."' . ''" -'  .I You'will-Iind it dc.siral.ilo; lo, "ride on  tliose trains .wl'ien, jj'pitig' to any point, in  the..lSasteriiyStiit.es., or Canada. ,,.Tlio,y.  .connect will), all. ���;��� Transcontinental'  Trains 'and   air���Tick-et:.    Afroiils .sell  .tickets... '..yy a :.;..������; . :;<_ 1'.'y.i,!,....y'-..y iff.:  :.For I'ui'tlior'iijformiit.ion; pinnplilets,  etc. ask a)iy Ticlfot-Ao-ent oiv; r      : , 7  ���r.. .l. .por-tb,--"'.   '-ri:' s, no\\'ii;r--:-t  ,   Pass.. Ag-enl,,      ,-,  General. Ageiit,  SPOKANE.    :        PORTLAND;  Reduced Rates from the East  . '(,'oniniciicina-'February lath: and i.-on-  tiiiuiuo-liiitilApril ,'llifli there will, be  low rates in etVocf I'roin the'.Kast via I ii q  lilinoisCenti'iil 11.1!.' to all yW.iisliiuo--  ton, Oregon and Idaho points., IT any  of yoiiir friends or 'relali vi.-s in llib hlast  are coi-iimy West,.while these;" ratios u're'  in- ell'eet. o-ivie us their nain'b and 'a'd-  ilress, and we will innke it om' liiisiiiess  to see thai they are ^iveil the iiost ptis-  sible soin-ice. . ,\Vc. operate l,lirou��-1)  piji'sonally eondtteted exetirsion ears,  'and in; fact j>-ive you tlie bonelii. of, the  latest ciinveiiieiiees known In modern  t'aili'oadin^'. We liave ITi (litVol-enl.  I'outes hefwi'iai tlie (Oast, and the West,  and are in position lo ,��'ivn yen the  lii-nelif nf the best,, .combinations.  Write, us and wo will y'ivo yon fuHpiu--  Lienbii-ri. P.. II. TiiD.MiuJi.i;, 1 -Iii 'I'lrird  Si.. I 'orfland, Oi-e^on.  NOTICE.,   <;     ,   <   .  i  ',: Notice* i> liei'eby oiveii that tliirty  day^ after date 1 .intend to apply to the  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and  Works foi' the DiMrioi ol Itlast Kootenay and to tlie Oliiel Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for a lieense to pros-  )ee1 lor eo.'il and petroleum on the  following de'-eribrd land situate ou Oil  creek in tlie..-.out,heast piii'lion of Kast  Kooti'iiay District, Briiiili Cohmibia:  a CoiniiiOMfiii" at a jjosi planted  tibrtiil nine miles norl li ol Uu- Inlenul-  tional Mnuinjury and .'iOU leet ea-.t, of  Oil t!roek beino- the .-.onfheasl eorner,  adjaeeiit to the sout.liwest.,,eorner of  Ale.xaiitlet'.'C. Gtilt'selaiili, Ihenee'noi'ti):.  SO cliains. thenee west SOehains,, tlietiee  south:SO.eluLii'is. thence eiist 'SO ehains  to the iilaec ol'.be^'ihnitig1 jand :contiiin-  int;' 0-10 acres.,: y������'. -.";;'..;:.,''' ,;-. -.y-;'y.-.. ,-"-.'  ���:���..yff ".:.'. I'ldniiind B, lvirliy...Locator.f .  --'''"..;'"'. .1. Fi-ed Ritchie. Ap'en't.; .'.''���:  '-^T'Osted.lOlT/.Oittobcr. i'lOi;:'' ������ff;   ''if  b,- Comineneiny' .at. . a jiost '-planted  iilioutynino iniles tiort.b of the rhtefiia-  tional Tioiinditryand .'llilbrcef. ��� Kast of  Oil (".'reek'-T.feiny the nbrfheasl..itornor,  adjacent lb Uie south west '.corner ������;��� of  Alexander , O. (Jail's elt'tin),0-: thenee  south SO .chains, tlience west-SO chains,  tlience north SO clia in'sy theiiee. east SO  chains- In  the -place ,ol' i)e��-imiiiio- and  cont.ainino- (110 acres.    ���ylaiiies S. (.'..Frasei', Locator.:.,  .1.'Fi-ed I vitobitv, AyiMii..  (H)2.    '.   '���������'-  General Merchant  LlcfMor Dealer.  AND  g~ Maiuifjwjturer of all Kinds oi' Lumber.       A laipo assoil       ~S  ^ ment, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always          " ^3  ^ on hand                                                   ^s  S�� DIMENSION     LUMBER y."-A"-', "SPECIALTY.''''ff f 3'  Posted Illlh Octobei',  V        7 r  All  Kinds  of "flair W'or  a   Specially  A. J. GRKZ,  I'KOPPaETOR.  .N'o.liei'. is licri-liy yiven I.lint sixty  Oi'IVm iifi.ei- djile I i.nli-inl Id ii|)ply In llii'  Cldef i'iiiiiiui.'- :iiuii'i-., ol Liinds niid  WorltM al. Vii'loriii let' pei'iniSHioii In  pt.irclnis'i; l.lic lollowioy kinds ritual'' iii  Smilli l-Ii'i-t. Kiiol.i'ii.'iy. ,,  < '(iiiiiiieiicilit.i nt n pint pin nl cd about,  one mile north nf. I'.iirncH Itaticb on  lroke creek uo^i nil In- hill known as  '���Wild Ilm--.' lliny1 thenee nortli HO  ��� :hains,'i.lience \vr��\ -'hi cliains. llience  soutli .SO clmins. llience eiisl |() chains  lo 1 he place nf lieyitiliinr;.  !�� .  ,-      ��� TACK   LELL.  rimed I lie loth .lav of Fobroarv, 1W03  NOTICE. '  NO'1'H^JiilM Imri.'liy kIvcii Unit, iiii ii|ipllciitl(iii  will In- iniiili' tu t.lii' I'lirlianiciii i.i' Ciirniilii ui  Uiu next. Snislon ilnii-eof iVu- an AeI to limoi���  liiii-iiU' ii ciiiiiimiiy to .In; loinivii im '"I'lio SimiiIi-  I'lii Or n trill I'm'I Hi! Kii 11 wily (!oiii|iiniy". tu I'.mi-  iiruci. nnd (i|ii'inl.r a Unit of riillwny fi-imi Vini-  ciiiivi'r In lli-il Ish i.Viliiiiililii iiiirt.lii.'i'ly mill rust-  city hy wiiy ui' tlir KiMtiniiny I'.ifiH Oi fi-iinc  I.. if ii 1 i mi t lie (lid Mini   h'lviir In llir  Hlsli'ii'1  of  (\llllll-tlL-, llli'lll'll       lldl'tll  -   I'llSlrl'l.V       t.lll'(MI|(ll  Siisliiit.i'lu'Wiiii liiiiiiini! pi.lnl .hi i,lie Oliuivlilll  Ulv.'i-: with imu'iir in 1'iiii.m.riict nii.l <i|ii>nili)  lili.'i;i'ii|ili inn) leli'|iliinn' Uni'H for tin- |��ur|i;isc  of ltn IiumIih'-ih iiiul I'm-t.liii imlilii.': ,111,1 In own,  iiii- unit ii|n.!i-nl<i u'iit.ni'. |iiiii'im-h cniivi'iiliiiil. In  thi; iniiil for rii 11yvn.v mill other piii-piiKcs: 11 ml  tu Juvn uii'l opci'iilu hIi'Hiii-kIiIi'in, frrric'i, unit  -lilpiilnu. iini-1 1.111II1I mill nvrt. llii! iieiM'viiiy  wlmi'i-*!1. 1011I elt'Viit'ir.s: 11.111) wIlli such nttirr  jiowiirs mill jirivilf'trrs im iiri' usimtly Vlx-i-n in  I'.'ilhvuy I'.oinpiinil's.  .loii.N'S'i.'ox Ai'-jsngoNUKiuui';.  ',:   Solk'lini's for I lie .Applc-imf;.  Uiili.'il lit Toronto illl�� '-'lull i.l:iy 01   IKti-'Iii'iit.  1WK!. '     ��� " '.:  '.;.(.���.' (-'oiiimencino ;it a post planted  about se\:e'n inil.es,N"oi-th,of the International d'nnttidnry anil L'OO I'cef lOast of  (')il th'e'ek beiny 1 he tioi'lheasl cornel',  adjacent lo file southeast eornei- of  .laiues S. ('. Fraser's claim. Ihence  south SOehains. tlience west SO chains,  thence north SO chains, fbeneo east' SO  ehains tu tlie place -of ln''<{'iii'niiij.r and  contitinino'(ilfi acres.  (ieo. W. Iiichai'dson,-bocaior;  '  ..).. fretl Ritchie, A��eii!..  .  I'listed llllli Octobei',  IDOL1.  <l i-'oinniencinw1 at, a-post planted  about sm'en iniles nortli of the iul.e.riiii-  lional lioiinihu'y and about '200 feet east  of Oil Creek Indiio-ihtt. noriliwesf corner, adjacent 10 the southeast, corner .of  .lames S. O. Fraser's chiini, thenee  south Ml) chains, thence eaHl.SH' chains  Ihence: north SI) ohninsVl.heiiec west 80  clinins lo flu- place of bcyinuiiie-;i,nfl  coiifaininc- (III) acres.  , Ko.ss 'rimniiison. I.oealor.  ..'I. Fred Ritchie, Ay-enl.. '.  1    I'os'led iill.h'Oclober. lllOJ;  <��� t.'ommeneiiix' at a post plain ed  about seven iniles north of the. Internn,-  iinnal Mounihiry iiiul ^'00 feet east of  Oil Creelc beiiie- the norilieiihit. enrimr  adjacent to tli.e. .southeast., corner  of     Gepryc    \V.    I.Uehardsou'u    claim.  tlience south 80 chains, thence west-'80  ehains. thence north SO .chains, theiiee  oaM SO ehains lo the -'place of hc^inniiijf  and couiiiitiiiio (510, acres.        ��� ���..     , (S>;-���  ('has. R. fTainilton," Tjfic'ii,t.or..  -     .1. Fred Rllehio; A��eht.  Foiled ll)tli October, 11)02.    'y y  I (Jonmieneinj;- at ' a |josf;; planted  about -icveii miles north of'the tnler-  naiional Rounclary and 2(.)6 feet east or  Oil Oi'cek bciny tlie northwest corner,  adjacent to the southeast corner of  Oeoree W. Richardson's claim, thenee  south eighty chains.: thence east 80  chuiin. ihence north 80 'elniiiis, thenee  west ei^ht,\ chains to the place of be-  e'innine and contiiitiin��'(HO Ucresy  .1. Fred Ritchie, Locatoi-.  Posted Kith Ooiobor. 1902..  h <'ominenchifi- at, a 'poal planted  about -.even mile- north of the hitcriitt-  tional Bounihiry and one mile east of  Oil dock, boiiiji the north weal corner,  adjacent lo the northeast corner of .1.  Fred Ritchie's claim, thenoe. south 80  cliains. ihence east 80 chains, thenee  norlh SO chains, thenee west 80 ehahiB  to the place ol beginning- and coniain-  ine (111) acres.  Thoi. (J. RlaekHtock, Local or.  ���I. J^rcd Rilelilo, Agent  l'nsicd I lllh October, 1002.  , )���   (.^omirieiiciii^-   at   a   post   pliinled  about nine miles north of the  biterna-  tionalUoimdiiry and one  mile east of  Oil Creek, bcino tho nortli west eorner,  adjacent to  the  noi'thoast   uornur   of  fOdmnnd H. Kirby's elahn, Ihenco south  80 chains, thence east. HO elniiiis, theiiee  norkli 80.chains, Ihenco west 80 chains  to the place, of bofj-itmiiig; and  conlaiii-  ine; i.li|0 aeres.  Alex C. Gait, Locator.  J. Fred Ritchie., Agent  T'osiod lOlh October, 1002.   '���'  j    Cbinmeuciuij-   a.1   a.   post   planted  about ,:i)iiie- iiii les iinrfhol'lliu.'fiii'i.M-tia-^  t,ionid,,Boimda.ry aiid one-- nu'li.:  i:asf (if  Oil Oi-ook.'-bciin'o- tlie north west coi'iiei',  adjacent^ 'toythe   northeast   corner   of  ���laines  S.'i-:. : FrasiiFs:-i^iliiii..'! fiieiice  soutli H0.ehui,t,is,'tlietiee  east,SO  ehains,  thence north SO, ehains,. theiiee '. wesl, 8()y  ehains to the-place  of  beo-iinjiiie'.'; .-nid,  eonfainuii;-(MO acres.   ���'.':.-,'     -   '.'.������������.   y..-  .I'.ohii, llptistoii. iy,ocatoi-.  .'-;.'-.  ��� M.' Fi-'o'd .R'ilehi'o. A'o-eiif. 7  Fost'ed lllth Ocf'ol'ici'. .11)02.   '������';}-".'  NOTICE. .  ,    ,������   '.  Nei'i'ici-: is licroliy Liiviiiitiint aiiplioiiiiiin will  Im uniile to ilie: T.i'i.'isliilivi!1 A?ssoiiihly of llii:  l'l'qvini'O of llrilisli Ciiiiimli:;! 111, its, next .session, liy llii! Knoti'iiny -(.'I'liir.-il liiilhVuy C'oiii-  piuiy. for 1111 Act 10 Aincii'd JtW Aci.of liii:qr|)oni-  tlon, lioiii'i I I'liiwnril ,\'].l. Cimp. 70, liy'di.-flii---  lag more |iiiri.ii'.ii!iii']y'the tlints .Ttir ilupusll, of  socurity anil liy iixiijihUml,' the linio ior llie'ox-  pi!iiilltiu-i! of'l.'en Tlioiisiiii'il [>��ill"ui:.s in . surveys  or eoiisti'itot.ioii ;i,s rcijtiire.<l liy .Section I5nf  said Acl of fiicoi'poi-nlion, f. ���      .    ,.  1      '      .   M'lAliVlitY   X-  Sh'l-.'Al't.TK!;1..  .'   . Solicitors I'ci'A Plil im ills.  lliued i.lie.iiiilli (lii.y.iir.)Miiiiiiry lim:). 7  '.-TlilltliU .NdTion.  1 Iiereliy Kivc nut.ice llmi I will, apply.- 1.0  |.I,l;  C'lili'f  Ciiiiiiiilssioiici-   nf   I.iiikIs'.i;   \Voi-ks for 11  spccllll l.illlllCI- liCCIK vcr 111.! IYiIIhwIiil,' In mis  sil.iiiit.i: In tlie Soiii,li(.rn Uiil.slon ntt-hf. nist.i-Ict  nf I'IiikI. ICiiiilciiiiy: Ciuiiiiienci lij.; til. i,lic Niirtl,  lOii.il .cni-ni.T nf. |.'i!,'iii|< ..l.ir.li.rcs pi-i'-milpllnn  ii.'iirSlx-iiilJi'-iir iiuiitli Ci-col,-: !,]��.���<���,. ,,,,,.,,'ji m  i.'linliis nioi'i'. or Ions In tlie si-.'Mary's Klvei-y  tlionce I'lilldWiiii: the sonili tu'ml; nl snjd .rlv.-i-  to a point. Hli elniiiis wesl, Ihcni'i. south (o u,,,,  liorl.l,i wosl ciii-iier'ui- |,|���. sal,I I'lM-enipiion,  t.liuiicc nasi, SO clniins to ilicpnliit orcr,iiniii.|ic,.-'  mutil, coiilaliiini; Win iims moie or,less.  ,    '��� l''l(A���\'K   I.KOI.kkc.  Orniilirooli, yii.li Miirch. |Wi:i. (.,    ���  .     J.   HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEER   BARBER, SHOP  Evci-ything' .Strictly First Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  \  t  7'  ���  *&  ���'M  '���'��� A  ���-���������/���'  ���fit  f:l  ' ������ l'i  f i  ���" .ii  ���A  --lij  ,1*  ;iy;  ..I.  X',  ' /; THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. 0,,  MARCH  i.90y.  Wctk ^t0$pectot  l  SATURDAY, MARCH 2S.  I'M)  ���'.?-... - '/-.        .NOTICE.  .   XOTJC10   is' hereby'given  that  thirty days  after date. We, the undci'signcil intend tii apply  1    ..to ihe Assistant  Commissioner of :Lands nnil  Works for tlie District of J'lnsl ..Kootij'iiuy. -iiii.u".  ',..-. tlii; Cliicf Coiiniiissioiier  of Lands niid Woi-k's  ���'���-. ':. for licensesin prospect,for coal oil" the 1'ollow-  ;'-.y liig described hinds situate nnit.ii- of Die.  I'lut-  ^'    " lieml Hivor east,' of  tire, cast   lionndijry line'of  the,   Cnuiidiau  1'aciiiii! railway   grant,   iii^Llie,  South Eusiportion of .East Kooteii'iy. District,  ,.;BridshColumbia. :       .'"'���/; '. ��� ���'',      ' ,    ������-:,.-'  "���"������'ii  1..,.,'Commencing/lit a post about sixteen miles  ',.'":��� north easr of tlie town of Morrissey' being the  .^w.tT;uiiiiiil;posl  bi', Cliarlc.s-Petor'son-.syelniiii.yad-  f /jaceiil rto  llii: nortli, east   cornel'  of Sarah A.  -',''   -.'. Ubss1 / elaiiii thence  noi'l li': Wl -cliains,; tlience  'west SOeliiiiiis tlieni'i: soutli Hi) chains,.thence  eiist 80 chains to ihe phiee  el'.f l.ic:j<lnnlll��-.  eou-  7 ���-,-., mining U40 acres.     ���i-'i:\,ii ff ''"'/'yy yfi'"i'ffi  /t '   .  l>iiteii Fitliruary 10, mo;!,  "'f'���'."������ ������"'.  ,- .oiiAui/iios i;i.:'i'i.:i;soN, i.ociiior.  ,'77    .7/7     ..,/:;       A./Jlac!;cll, Agent. ��� ./'  "���'      'fi. e(.'oiiiuioiiciiif,' at  a "post lining  tlie soul,!!  ,. v.-osl, corner post  of. Mai-Ilia ilbff's claim and  ' adjaeeni  to  tlie son 111' easl  corner of Charles  ; Peterson's   claiin, . - ilience-.:Iiortii ./Su "chains.<  ,.. tlience east Sii cliaiiis.;,Clieiici,!s6i'u.li  so clniins.  7 tiienee wesl SO'chains Iii ill c.place Of lie;.; In iii nit  - I'Diltainiiiifii-lOiicres. y.. 7     ;,;/; ;; 7 -y  ff ft    a    , ;f",      : .MARTHA nOl'"!'',. Locator.,  ���'������'���'���;':������ '. ''fi''''. ff- ,A. liarUctt. Agent.   ���';-.-  '/Daled Poll. l(it]ii,llHJ:s.-'   -." 'ff.y ff','    ff'f  -".,;-.,'-!t..Commencing nt ii, post .being  I lie nortli'  ., "east coi-iicr, i'l'ist'of'Siiriili'A.: Koss/' clnim. a in I  ���     adjaeeiit to"tlie. sou thwest; corner;of- Murthn  '::ff'ilt)(t'f claim,  thence" soul li so cliains.  tlioiici;  ; '-11, west HO/eliains, thence iiortii SO cliains.  thc'lici:  .-,'.', east 8U chains.toi lie  place  of begi ruling:, cmi-  /;.'."iaining liiii acres:  "'���-. ff.ff::ii ff.ff .'���.::...:; fff  ������'''.���'���'������f. -f.: ::':::f^}Ft..f- ii0 3Sy:!yoe:ilor.  . of beginning eoiiinhiiiiL!  ���-���-jiil  iM  ''���A  M  ''I! I  -   l'i  f ;-,ut)iited7Pol,i.-ti)lii,;ll)i��; f ff f.ffff:fff.  ������ "if. ;C6iniiicncing'/at,:ii post...being tho/ii'oitii  v. west corner of.Clarence il.yPraDior's elium nnd  "ff adjoining" ilio /noVtli easi corner.of Sai'iih/A.  "; llilss' C|Iiiiiii.'t.iieiice soil Hi ,8'l) clia in.s,'llieiicc eiist  .ySOeliiiiiis/'liieiice noi-tli sib/cliii ins, ,/t bonce, ywest  /,/, 80 ebsi.ins.io'ihi/y place oMn'giuiiiiigy.enntniiiing  y:it|ij:acros..y:-riy,;'.y:y7,/:-y': 'ffff ff'-fff ^f  'ffifff  '.CLA K KN'CK  li-yt'K ATliKK-.-Xocatort;  .y;'7;yyy:.,,:/yyyyyy;yy;::7:47:7A.;iriici;ctt,;Airoiij;.. ...,  ;iy;/Diiied;i'-db:'ioiiiyiiii)x. -.ffi^i.f^ ::fifff'f  7/ 'riy.j.X'biiiinciiciiiL.'al.ayposI about' two iniles  -'-ybiis'tr  ' /thi: initial jiost of-.M.,.S .Davis/^^ cjiihii.. and/ (lie  south east,I'firiiei',/ tlience' in'drtli. Sii'./cliains.  /.j/tlietiee West SO cliains/ tiieiico spu.lli Sii clia insi  .;, .ilienec//eiist^ SO^'cliiliils /to pliiejd ;'or. bcgiiininjjr,  . !' cotiui i ii i nii dTo ac.i-fs;y;.y' 'if-f:-.fif ff: ''V :-.ff  'ffffff-fif.ii^.f ::fyfl-^-Ff!f,'-om)9^  iffiirfifff; ffifkffff !A;yriiie.i;'e.it'.:"A'ji''iit  y./eypiiLeipPoiyyi(Hiiyi��o:<:';y vl^yy,;' y.y  .;���'���" is.; c.-pi ii i iipi lelii pr iit :iV)iost beiiif/y tlioynoi-tli  /.yeast /eornei'; piist.. of' .1 nines;.II. I'lvaiisi/claini  y aiid' iidjiieent/.ui'.llie soutli,eiist,;Voriicr'iif.M' f'.i  ;7 piiyis/ela hii.'l tiienee, son til'/ t-'U /eliniiis, tlieiico  '���'.-" west '-8(i '-"(jliiil lis^tiiciicq/iioi'tb/KO/cliiiiiiSy I lieiiee  .;/oiist'.so ciiaiiis/ i.o/'jiliii'd'prii/n^iiii'iiiil'j.fioiitiiii.ilii'sf'  yy'Brt'uhr'is^yy';-^ ff fff ff ffff.f f fffi:ff  ii0FFf-:f-Fj^X^J  ifff. ffff f fifty f ; ;7^Ay:.li:u;lieU/yAKeiii;y7  ./'..-���pn'ioij :i''oiiy.i()yisiq:iyy/////y;;/;/y ff 'ffff f fff  -..'.'.���'yr-:.-7'..::./;'n..CV'?iiirie"'i��;'l��iK.iii>-V>'-l��osi. ,-.iiciiiir tiie ... south1-;  :iff:' west/Cfiriior ppsL/hf I'y-A.y.lIiiis'Hiii's'ybibil./yiilid;  :y,/.y";adJaeent. l(>';. the1 itoi-.tlietisl coi'iierol .Iiiiiios:If./  fff Kvilli's (/iahiiyilieiicoliortby l^i;.cliijiii��,=./ ijiienc'ts/'  /'.//-.'^'edsiSp i'lituiisyy Ilierioe/.soiit.li,'Si) clitiinsy.^.tlieiiee'     ' wurtttwyeliiiiiisyudtbejiliicc-or begin iiiiiif/coie'/  ;-;:lftinliiK,(Uo.uo'i,es..l^'.^^^  f;fffffyy jp/'a'.; i:i utrlyus^ ivticn teiiyy ��� if"- '"��� y"  vff0FfFFfffif i'XcyiiK'rffA^  fiffriaii-fyi&y, lit :ilil��y, ;.,���- ff" 'ffff ff. f'ffr  yy:8v; CpiniiieiieiiiL;: at:ii/pdst-beini; tlie  iioi'tii;  ���: west'/coi'tier. post bf/'Alex  K.  Austin's 'claim'.'  B ff. 'f .iviiiiiidjiiceiit/lo the siiiitli ivest  corner of P. /A.:  '"���������',;.';'yUlIuggi'i'i's eliiiiii.. tiienee siuuir, SO elniiiis, tlieiico  ;. .y east 80. elniiiis.-: tlieiice  nortli 80 oliiiius. Ihence  '-'-"    -.west SO,chains to piiiee of iieLriiinintivediiiaiiiiiiK  ''.':--.- .tHOacres: -f f )'-���������:���'- '.        ''������.. :.if-"i:-'-''- ffyiyyi  ���ff'.f.f ti) '������'" ^V'1'^ '^;:A.D3TIN Localoi-^/; " - ":  i !f ;   ,.  '. A'.'llneltott. Ati-cnf.���"���-..  /'-, '-ff ' Uiued Feb. lb./.IHO:!. ..'. "ff-r .:'���' f '���'���' ���' f  '/'. ;���/���'��� ./il.y CoiiiinpneiiiK'at a  post beiiiK" ilio 'soutli .  '' CftSleoriior post of Aaron llarris' eiaitnv ixdja-  ���; y.ebui to the north-west corner post/of Andrew,  lliieketls el/ im: tliciici! iiortii.80.eliuins, tlieiice  ,     wcstSO-.'elniins. thence soutli fill cliains,  thence  ���.'.;: eiislSO eliairi's to ])li'ice of Iiori)111:11jr.',cpiit'ainiiist':  ���������."������   ft-IO, acres."'.-',,'.   ff.f--f-i:fi'f\-fff.ff.  /..,-������;. ''f'������):���������������;..-AARON HARRIS. Locator.  ..  ' 7 '      "7  ' -, --'/' ,   A.' Ilacliett. Aif'cnl,. .  ���  ��� '../   Uiited Pel). 10. l!io:t../   /.'-���'.,. if. f.  ....  ;./;   lO.yC'oimiiciiciiiL; iifn ppst two miles north of  y':   Andrew llacUett's initial liosl beins the nortli-  .'��� west eoriier post.pfPatriujt W./Dillpti's elaini,.  tlience  south  SOehains adjacent,to/ilic north--  east coriier of-Aaron Uiiri'is' cliiiin, tlieneo-wesl;  .,,,. 80 chains, thence nortli 80 cliains,- tlience ,1:11st1  '"'-.  80, elniiiis, to1" place, of begin 11 inj,'V coni 11 t.iiiiiK  . '".-��� ��W(|-||i!i'i!s'.-" " '"'y   v:y;-\:-y ..-sf :ff, -���_.,:, y :' "  ���;  f  ,-i ������-.'���,���     PATRICK UrDII.LON..nociil'br,-'���  ..'��� "., A.   Iliicliett..Ajjent.  : naud.Peb. 10. IDO.'I. -.��� '���..,-.-  :���        II. , C'oiiiinenciiift at a. posl beinic' tlie soutli-  . eiist corner post of 10. R. Mason's claim iind adjacent, tp. tin! noi'tlieiisl  corner   of 'Patrick  \\r.  '    Dlilons  claiin.  ihence  nortli SII; chains; tlience  west 80 cliiiins, tlieiice. soiitii 80 chains,  tlience  , easl 80 elniiiis to place of bcKiiiuini,', c.outitliiiux  1   ,0-10 acres. ,'���   ' ' ���;:.'������'  -:'���;;. K. H. MASON,Locator.   ���'���������'  ��� ,    A. Ilaeketl.��� AroiiI.    -   ���    ,1  /.' . |)iited,i''eli. ��� 11��..  -.-IS. Coiiiuicncliiy al a post beintf tin: southwest corner post, of T. <-'��� iMiinn's cliiiin ami nil-  Jaeeiil 10 tlii: soiithensl. coi'iier of K. It. .Mason's,  elaini, tlience nbi'tli 8li, elniiiis, tlience easl 80  ciiaiiis. thence soutli WU'linins, Ihenco west 80  ehiiins to place of lieeiiinins,'.-, eoiitainlii!.'H|0  I'vi's.     '    ? .,-'������   ',    '        . . ���'   .  T.  C.  MANN.  I.ociitpr..   ,.  A. -Ilacliett, Afjeiit.  fiaied Pol).- io.  HUM. '        .-,-   ,  . ):!. (.'oiniiienciiitc al n jiost lieins the- southeast corner of Thomas I.. (Ireenoutfli's elaim  1 iiiul iiiljiicent. loihi; iiorth'f.'ast'coi'ner of K. R.  Mason's claim, tlience nortli SI) cluiins.' t.hbiice  West 80 ehiiins; tlience south so chains, ihence  east oifility chains to p'lnce of. Iicidiinini;. con-  liiiiiiliKiHOiicrcs. .   ...  ;    ,    'IMIOMAS .1.. (!IM.'.|.:NOaail,.J'.iiciU.oi'.  I A. llacliCfl,. AkciiI.  . riatcil Peli.-lli. IHO:)  c       1-1' CoiTTineiiciiiKiit a post. Iieiiit,' the south west  cpi'ller  post'of Tl'ioiiias P.. Itriclcell's cliiiin a nil  '   adjacent to the southeast' cornel- of Thomas I,'.  ., (ircoiioiiiUi's   claim.   Ihence   north   80 chains  ., thence east, 80 chains, tlience soutli  SO ch'SiIiis,'  llioiicc   west   80  c,liiiiiis   tii place uf lieniiini'iiir  contiiliiliiL,' il-IOaci-es. .  THOMAS  I').  III.'IC.K'NI'U.I.. I.oca l.e r.   '  A.  Iliii'lfcll.. Aeeiil.  Diitcd  Peb.  10.   IllH.'l. ��� /      ,  Iii. (,'oliiine.nrliiL; at 11 post beiiitf the nei'lli  I'list corner post of Minnie, M. Miller's claim  ,.' tlience soutli 80 chains to the soiitlieasl eornei  iidjaeiail 10 Die iiorilnycsl coiner of l{, ,1. 1,0-  Utiu's clnim, thmici! .wesl 80 clinins. thence  nortli 80 chnins. I.h'eiii.'c east Wi clinins to place'  of bi'KlnniiiK. eiiiiiaiiilin.: lilo acres.  MIX Nil.; M     MII.I.KU,  Locator.  A.  l.lacUell,   AkciiI.  .LlutoU Peb. 10. IllOII.  -    Id.   Cbninieiicini,'at a post, belnir  Die  iiortiiwest corner post, of M. Donznc's claim, and ml-  jacent to the iioi-l.hoast  corner  nf 'Minnie   M.  Miller's claim, llience south so chains,   tlience  west SO chains to plac  ���Houeres'.'     . ' '������':���"���  f'"'-f ������".'���.-.:  M. nO-SKAC; Locator.1/1  ft. -f - A..liacUett,, Ageiit.  '���   ...  Dated Peb. 10. H��l.'" '.'/���''���      '''���  l'i. yCoiiiinciiciiig at a posl bchi^ the suntii-  east corner, post of ,1. li. Cleinincr's claitii anil  adjacent to; ilie north west coriier of 'M.ilon-  zac's clniiri; llieni'i'iim-th so ciiaiiis. tlieiice wesl  80 clinins. tlience sotilli 8.0, cliains.'; tlieiice east,  80 elniiiis to piiiee iif licsiiiiiiii!;. 'cniitiiiuiii^ fi-10  acres"' 7 . -..'-, /7 , . j -', ���  -,,,'; .,..;���' ���yy,..l.;ll. CLICMMPR/'i.oi-ator. '  ������', ; ..;:,' / ;.- A... llac);ett,7AL;eiil. ;/-/  /' ' l)iited Pel(.'!p. :iiiii:i.-/'yy,:/ ���'.'" -iff.. (7/yo  .18. (/pininenciiiKatii post' beini; the',,so'ut,li-,  Vvesf corner posi of Chui'les j.ofijuisfs elaiiii.-  and iidjucent to tin? southeast corner or j.'; Hi  Clernmsr'seliiim, tlienceriortI)SOeliains.tliencei  easi 80cliains. thencp 'sontli/siljslialns'/; thentc-  we?t-'8ll cliains ro place"of bSttliiiiiiiLr, contain-  in'stilii acre's. 7 .   /     '���'���<���/���'"../.���'���.:'..���:,/    .;. ':-  f ff ClLU?LPSi:.OPQUlST.:Loi:aior.,  ,,-'"���' ft.' -.-���:���"���' ��� ��� )��� ���"'..'. ���'���" A. Hnckett, Asenu .  '', yiJii/ied Peb. 10; MM. ,..;..';/.. ;������'���'/'    f '.'���.'"���';  . lii.y Cduimcneiiiij.ai, 11/ post' bc-ing tlie south.'  bast, coriier .of S/ Oiiiliihan's -eliiiiii and ail-  jiiceiit. to the iiortii west, eoruor of Clntrles Lof-'  (liilst's'cliiiiii', tlieiici;'nortli 80 el.'.-ilns. iheiice-  .west Sii.clniins./llieiice soutli80 cliains/.tlieni-e  east'80 cliains to place of l)ei,d'iiiii'ne;.co'iit:iiii.iiij,'  Iiii) acres.;'/'/.   ���'���',.���'.'. / ���������&-. ������...���'. './;,��� -'/  ,/,   '���.!;   ,- 77. .Sylvester (.���allahan. Locatiir.;:<'���.'������.  r,. "  ������'���������'..:'������   :-.-.,;y        A. liaeUelt. Ageiit...     ...  '���/���.-. y'Dated. Peby/lliyiiiii::.; // ' ff'. : f-f.'.;/,//  ; -ii>.) C'oiniiieii.ciiiL,' al ii, post iiei.iii; : tlie-soiiili-  west corner ppst of .liilin liartelf's'i'laiiii. and  adjiieent,to the sbullienst corner, of. s. Caila-  lmis cliiinii theiiee nortli SO cluiinW tln/'iice eiist  80chains. liioiicesoiitli'Sli chaiiis./ thenee west'  80 chains 10 place of bciriiiiii'hi;'."1(:onliiiiiiii<; lilO  acres;'.;--/-'; ���ff;fff% \ f ff fff ; ' .1;-:^_ fff  ft-fi:rfiffff-f.l(i)llX nAUTELTy/Loealiii'.,  ���' '/7 .   f'fy ii..;yf.f. ",  y.A. Ifackett.'/'AKeiil;.' ;::.'  y;'biiteii, ii'i-b:' To/ msi-f: :.fiff'f>'i, ffyff  .-'.n. C'pmmenciu^.aiii postv/bciiit;'I'tliiV, iiiitiiit  ,ppsl of,Mrs. John / ISartelt/s, claiiii'iiiul about fi  jrmlesj^isLofjlicJni tiii t/post jjf^  claiin,./tlieni;eiibi-lli/, 80 cliains. t]ieiicerwest 80  ciiaiiis, tlience 'souIh/Sii/cliaiiis,.. tiieiice east-.;80  ciiaiiis to "'piiiee   of   bosiiiiiiiitj eoiitaiiiiiij,' rdi'l  ilCreS.-7y.y,17y::/7 ���;-.- f'^ff'. f f ff'fr f 'ff   f  '���y.ff'tFF^yF^"^F^VE[-/v-'^o,'^i"F  ,"' :f" :.7..7 {ff ','.'' ;,:v'.:.:>;.i-.A.!,''.Haelt'e'tt.'A!jeiiu-1-'''.ii'.-.  .'yy.. IJated/yir/eliy/idiHimfff ffy. ffrrf...-./iff  y~f.: QimnienciiiH/at,a1;:ppst;'bi:iiiH:Ktlip;soutli-'  ivesl,-corner-post Of liyitia,MeP'arlane's -'cliiiiiv  anil adjacent ip'tliiiy/soiillieast coriier/of. Mrs.  .1 olin,llai't'oils,'ilhii 111 i yiliencoi/iibi/thy80 iiiniins^'  thpnce/eiist '80'ciiaiiis,; tiieiice'1 soutlrSO.ciiaiiis,'  thence/wesi/' 80 elialns,y to place of bcLciniiiiiir,  CDlltainilijj/lilO'acresi'y/yyyr;;-;- ;y7-'y .yLy//^//;;7,y;:y;7  ,ft f -'ii  '"fi.    'yy LydiiiMeParlaiie!Locator / y-  'ft-. ��� "\t" ���'"i.f y-yyyy-'A.'. Nii'eket-uy.ABei^  ���t'-"-/-.^^^.!^.!!- i^pil.'. io^ispa.V'/i :,y;-;'.;.-..r:-y:'"y:i-''^:i,'".'��j"-;----".;''-:i''-.-y---'i  .-."j2S. :Coniuieneiiit;.at,a post-,-beins tl.ieiiortli-  wpst eorner.pbNtoIldn/Af.Whhsiin-s'eliiiin ami  11 djncciif 1.0.the south west 'epriicir..of/L1yitiii/:Mei/  Parlaiie's ��;iiiiiii, Llience sbui.li SO <;ha  easi'80 elniiiis,-iliiVhce^iibriii!,;80/ chains, Uieiii-e  West/SO chains'ib .pUiie-ofylieiiiiiiiiiff.i'oiitiiiiiiiitc-  liio^eri^y ' 'y-:i--/-''-,,77 7,yy^/'.,y!y,���- .ffy.:y ,  ";>;���;���! "fff: 'fytnA7M.y1\\rIlXTSON,;Lbcaioi'y  ...-��. /.-.-yy :.,v,c,;j, 7,,y:';y.- ������:..-, y ,\. VHaekcIt'.'. Aircnt,  //y/iUateil, Peb./;l()yltto:t./ ���;;.///yftfy--y ff.yf  f -/l-y/CoiniiieialiiiKiit/ii'^ostybeiiiti-"ilioynprtli-  east.'coriif'.i)dsl of M'. fobesieiVs-cliiimVyintiusl^  jiiceni, to1 tlii;/iioi'lhwest'i.'briiei of Idii Mj/'Whit--  ;sbii's;:;;laiin'i; theiicesoiith piKliiyciui ins;-Ihence  ivestyi!iKlii;y,/cliains; /tlieiie/c.'nbi-tlioigiiiy, ciiaiiis.  tlieiieeyjasieiLrhty/ehiiinsiio placeofbeLriiiniiiir  cpnt ai 11 ins. tno nereis?/-'   ;; 7,7; 77 71../. ftif.^f.  ���rr'fff'f. F^-^^^^F-ij-^Ff^iFf  #"'"' '"''"'  and adjaeeiit to. Uie 'soiulieast ^conici-'-.jnisl of  .f. !���;. W.,'Thompson's eliiiiii... tiienec iioi't I:  eiii/lily elniiiis. th cure-cast ciirluy chains, tlieiiei'  sbuth-eifrlity clniins; tlience west, eitflny cliairis-  to tlie place iif lii''/rinii.iii^:'(:.'iiitit.iiilnK 'i-"1 iicrps,  ';. <.:,i.:oia;i!; p..i;oi;p.i.:ts. LocaioK'  -.A- ...      '-:-       A. Ilnckcil, -Aijciit.  /-,-Dated Peb. Io;'l!iii.-i.     ���:/..'  ;, :i.-|. ��� (.���iiiiiiiiuiicint; al a jki-i lj,einy the uiirtli-  west, corner,, ppst, of/, Robert l,tai;i-/s cjiiiiii nuil  sidjiiceiit to ihe southwest, eornei' of 'lieoi-tre V.  Roberls elaim. tiienec .,i��oi!l'iii....'eiriiil'l.v cliiiitis,  tlieiice en si eighty el iii ins. 1 iieiice iiortii. eighty  cliains. t/heiice, \vi:st eighty cliains:.,to ]��.lni-c of  lieKiiinintr; i/oiitaiiiiiij> ii Hi acres. 7 /;/.,- ,7  .',.-: -; -.-���������;��� - ,'.-/' ROBKKT. IIAKR.-Lpclt'tiif;'. ,-  /" , -'-'-,.',/;/-''-/;,.; 7,.'- ���/-'; ;'..A. ilacketti'Aii-cnt/ -yy'  .Uateil Pcl>. III. lilo:!. / f,./ , , ,     ������-,,' ,7     /; ,.   ;���;  flfi.   Coirinienciiiijiun' posl /beint; -"1 lie-/-iioi-iii���-  ea's'teorJier'-'piisrpf'to  adjacent to the 'northwest corner, -of .'I'llbberi"  narr'sy/claiin,'��� ilience soiitii' eiiil-ity ���cliains;  rlience'.we'sr'ei^liiy.'ciiiiiii^^  clniins.   ilieiicc cast  cijjliiy ehiiins/to jilai-e of  ))e<tinniiit,'/ cohtaiiiiiiH; (lii-i"li'cies:���-.;''; -'    "  '���; .'���:' .'���  ./.,'/ fSA'Aq'CKAW'PORDJ Loeiitdr.  -.-���.-'- ���������������'; ; ���'���;.". ���'������'������;< A. Ilnckctt.- Aren't.-.-.  , Dated Peb. io, iKKi.fy.if.' '������ f.ff  :-���'������      ',7;  . 37.'v Coinnieiieiii" a tii posi/ beiiiLr "tlie7 luii/i li-  wes'i coriier'post of lOiiima j. Sti'ine's.i'laiiii. iiiid  adjiieent-10 the south wesl corner of'.rolin- Aii-  derson's /elaini. theiiceisoiitl I eii^liiy." eliniiis,  theiiee eiist eiirlity cliains. ihence '.iiortii eij/hty  clia ins. theiiee -wesl ������'ciclit.V. eliniiis to place df  lifiKiiinine. cbiiiainiiiiii-lo iicres; -. if'i'.'r-.  , .,;/-//y.'/'!' KAIMA'sli.'STOXK.'Luciitoi'.,  ..,-���'   ���; :;,   * ���'. .'��� AJ.-JJiickotti-'Atfeiit.'"  7 Bated Peb. 10, ir��i:i.'-. /'-.-.- ,,-/  '���/'/������IS.���'��� Coniiiieiiciiii;al;i!i post.beiiijf tlie. iiiiifli-:  east eoiner post' of; 'Allierl Siekiifoose's ciaiin  and adjacent to tlieiioi'th west eoi-ner o'f JCinuia  .1.' SlonC-'s/claim; tlience soutli eiirlity chains,,  tlience;/wesveiiilityeliiiins. Uieni'e/iiorllie.iL,di'ly:  chaiiis,-. t)ieii|'e,. eiist- eiiihty cliiiins io/ilieiililco,  of beifiiiiiiii^.-'iioiiiainiiii;i'|.|(i.'acre's.''���'.'. ,: > "'ff-f'-t  ff���������.:���;���- ^AidJKRT^Si'ClvAPOOSP/Loiaitoiy V  '<..-.- ; ::. '-'.-:������; .��. ,-. 7 A.Haekeit. Airent..; ��� "  y/Da ted Peb..l(i, iwa^r //,; ;;o /, "y/-;, <n:-:.yfy-  / lIlt/yCoiiiiiieiieiiiLfiat: ac'iiosi/'-beiiiKyUip^oiiili/  west /c(liiiei-yi|os'i,/:of;;ij/:,B,'' Praiiidr'S/eliiiiii;  tlieiice iiortii'eiirlity chains,:tlieiiceicasiCeisrlit v.'  /DateiPPeb  ������>.:':,���; .:'A.*Hiiekeit:". A^eiii;,  -lociiiii:j;:/..//,7/y--7;/ 'fffft  SJ.;yCpiniiieneiii(f itt a'posty boiiiii'ytliey/iiiitial  jpoS't'of.;Gl:iribel,K'/iiiifiiiiwi's,i'liiiiii'/alioi)t  .souih/of tlioyiiiitiappdst of Mrsi/JohiiillartelVs  cliiiiiv;theiiee iibiUiel'riit.v'chiii'nK  /Soyoba'iiisj-r ilieniie1: soiitii eisIii^chains./iiKMice.  /casf..eJ!,dily .'eliaiiis ip.plaee of fieifiiiuiiiireon-  ^aliiliijr.iuii licrcss.!.'-; "> ���'iff ff:: fff. ff ���-'���'������ fi V' '";������  ''y !';-;��� yy',,(yLAR.liu3iry KAUi'^lAN.yLbciiiiir.:/  .yy-v7, ;-'-'A.;.-v., y Ay HackettyAjreiit. 7  ,./..ypateil   Peb.MO  li)0S.-7.7   .-.     ..,,.,7      r.7'..77;.7  -...ail. Coiiiineheini,' at li'ii'osi beinjf the 'Woiitn-,  west eornei; of li./L. Miller's eiiiimimd adjacent  to the southeast leoriier.of Oliiribel Iviiuluiaii's,  eliiiiii;:thenee uoi-lli.eiK/hty ehiiins;- tlieiice; east,  eiKlity chain's, theiiei!4-soutli eitchiy clinins.-  iheniio west eiKiity'''liaiiis to plai'e.or iieKltniiiiR-  ebntrtlninii-lijo acres.  '������'.'.'        >:, -.''f^si.-ff~^���r^:.  .,, ���      R. L: MiriLKR; Locatoiv ,-,"'  y/V ��� '���'..' '  .. ��� :,' . ;/   1:.:A..H'a<:k1eli.''Ai;enu1',1...'  7 Dined Pob.,10. i9():l., ���-.,���'-.���'���'���  cliiiin^ t/irtliirnfirtirWe#re  fiiosii-s'/i'liiini; thence/-������'sb.iitii',': pisblyycliiiiiis/  tlience wpsf eifrlity;ciiaiiis'to/'piiiee bfbC'i'iliiiiiifr  cohtiiiiiiiiir liio/acies.yy';"! i .'.'.������/ffift.'-'.-'.-fi'i iff:  ,'���"������",;��� 'i���'.;���.-'��������� ���' ���''- lj:'���'U.-'l'H.ATHKKeLbcatoiv''-'.'!'  /71 yy.; ���: ;;������-���:���;,;���': :.:������ -.;.-.-r-.'A;. Hnckett-. Airent.*...-.'.. 7.1  , -Dnted.Feb./ll), I!l0:l.,: ;.  ,.:iy. /./j,   ; ../ f .���.���.,.;....',-,  ;:7^l;-:7CpiniiieiieiiiK(aiya'ppst7i)eiiisy:i:iieE^  wofitcprnerpps.v^ny/AniiiftyS.yiJ'i/ailier's^  ii'>d,.a''ljiii!eiit'..to-.tho'^)1u  Prather's claim;;/ Uicnciespiitli .eiiriity / cliiuiis;'  thencecast/eiKiii.v eliaiiisy  cliains. thOiico vi^st/eijrhty cliiiin;?  tp;plaei!;;pf  liejriniiiiiLr.cbii'tauiiiijr filO'iiciep.1''-'-1''''*''':'      '7. . :iy  ,'fc.y 7 7���.;.7.;:ANNIK SvPKATH10]{;?ri6'biitiifc''i7  .,'���'���������' tfi'-���'. 7 '/7.7- '-...'"!��� ���.������.;A..llackett. Air'ent.1;1.1.-.  jDated,J',eb  10. 1 no.i.  /'/ '-.   /    fff  -f-f.  ..���������II. .Conimeiiciiitryat: a,', ppstbeini;- llio.iibrLli-..  cast;corner post bi1 ilai,tie,/L; SiriiIiisclaim anii.  adjai'eiit/tb the norilt,wesicorner ofNAiinie'?/S.  Prather's-ciaiin,  Uipiicc,soiiiii(:!eit/lay ciiaiiis  ilie'!cy/wust'1eislHjf.eiiiU  c'iains.;/1 liuifce. east; eifedityj/cliiiiiisy 10 lihice. of  lieKri 11 iii tin." (-iiii t.aiu iiifr <W0 acrosi'-: ��� ���> :."' 7- ".:.-.:  /..-:/. f. ff -.���':'.:.'"';'''.;, U A 'I'Tl "is.-. r.r -S Mifl iy- i.o ca to ryr  f fff. 'rffirf'^fiA. Hncket.tv ALrent.7  f.  yDiitK>d-Fe)i::���io, iw);i..y-y7/::,7//7/y'//y/-/;//?.y./7.:.7'yy  ;//l~;/: Cpmijieiiciiife'ii in /posit, jieing; ihe: soiiih-^  .east, / cornel!.: j 'S��s t.:?'-/o f y- -."/1111 leif ~ J -/.-i^jS n 1 i t"l i >i V. u 1 s i ���' 11 i -.  ���iiii.tl iijl jaeeii i to il iu; nort ii I'lisi/coiiier; ofyliiil iii>'  li. 'feniitlitS clii'hii'tiienc/eySoril!/ eiirlity/.cliains;-  iiiul 'adjacent to,ihe north ea.-tcoi-.iier of-'Kllcii  Carlsons clniiii. tlience iiorlli so chains,  thf-iicc  west 8(1 chains, tiieiice soutli so chains. Iheiicc  east jiii clinins to place of bcfe-iiniiii>j.' contaiiiinj.'  IllOnqn-.,.      Kbw.Vr.'li/CORKKKV. I.ocntor.  .lJ:itc;tPei;!, intli  ���'       "A. llackett. Airent ���''���  ' .->).    Ciiiiiiiicncinir at'ii   jiosv lieiiii; the south-.  West corner/post,'of,'. I);. V��� Miimsoii's.' claiin  and  adjacent to tlie- southeast, coiner of Kd-  *wnni Coi-kei-y/s;clnimytlieiicc   noith, Sft'ehains  thence '.east; 80 clinins. 'tlience sou tii .80 clinins  I tlieiice west 81) clniiiis/io   place.-'pf   be,triiinin^  .I'OutiiiniiiLr.iUiiaci'es ... 'if '���' ';���''���''"'''.'��� - - ,."-������;���  }>.. xy/.'AIORRiSiiX/Locator  .lialcdPeli.'liilli;' { -A. Haekett; ARent .   r  ,. .Vi Coiiiiiiciici'iii.' iit;.n/:ppst.,lieiii�� the iiortii  west'coriier"post of IJeoi-iji:- H; Taylors/claim  theiiee.soiitii eighty chains io/ihe nori'liwest  eonipr of '.ny.MprrisbhS1'elaiin',"'-thence ,e.ist  eitrlity, /chains, tlience iiortii eighty/ clinins.  ilienc'c; west, eiirlity chaiiis to place oflicRinniiis1  eoiiliiiiiiiifr.iiio acres;/./���'���   '..'������'.   ' '���" i':f "''."  ���ffff-'.:    y   ''aKOROK B TAYLOR. Lbcalbr  , -|ljii.ted Pcli. IQlii ���'.       .'    .A Haekett, Agenl,.  /yrili   Ooiiinieiiciiifr- at  it 7|iOs1   lieintr/ilie iiorlli,  cast corner poslof, \yiIliaiuL.Arack-s claim and  adjuceiii to iliii.iio]Mliwe,sicprnei:y<.if.''Oepr};e n  'l'ay,jpr.>-.;cliiiai/ thence, south  eighty y eliuins'.  thence, west eiglVty 'pliaiiis.tlieiiee iioil h ciirh ly  chiiin's. tlieiice eiist- eiirliiy1- chains  to place of  be}riiiiiiiit'.''coni.aiiiiiiir(!-in acres- .'������'���' :''���'���'    ff':���'":'  .',.'..;   ' WILI.IAM 'L MAC1C,' Loeiiior..'"  ;niileif.p��b. lOtli.-.y... A llackett. Agenl'y;;'/  ./ fi.   C'oniiiieiicinirat a prist''-being.'"the.'south'  /west corner post' of Oust lj ICclley'S eliiim 'and  iidjacenl loillc nbrllieiist coriier of William' L  .Mnck^s   claim,   thence ./nortli eighty , eliuins  'ihence eiist eigliiy^'hains. tiienee sbmli/eifjlity  chiiins.'ilien.ce we.-ii.eigliiy,ehaiiisi.to phieei/of  liegiiiiiiiig. cdiitiiiniiig (tii) acres'...'-;-.iff ',. -,.,.���;  y, yfi";.' /- yy:(! ust h ick l un\; Liicatbr f  ,// Dated Pcliyllltli "fff. :A%ai!ketiy Ageiit7/ y.  7S8:.;yOoinipeiicing'at/a ppst /lieing, the .soutli  *;��K'it't'';<i.r'iic'r;'|"i.oSl/i��'^'i',i'tioiiias- ir'Tollefs/birsVOrtVin  aiid adjacen t..; to. the sou th west coriier "of G list  Tl.Ivellc.v/s claim, ihence iioi'th-eighty chains  eliaiiis.ytlienarjeast eighlyeiiiu'n'  to .place of  beginning.i'biiiiiiiiiug lUbacres/'; ;. y y ;; 7 71  ///://,.: ;TllOMAS;II-.T'OLLKPSh&\'."Locator ���-.  y;;nated Peb. ML; l!��):i f'fiAi Haclcett,: Aireiit f ���/  ffff ffff; 'typTlCE^ ��� :'.-v;i*yy  ���/i'Noti.eo;^  .iliito.' Aye tlieyiiudiirsigni'd. iiifeiid' to iipjily to  -/tlie; Assisiiint;;.(,Cb.inniiS.sioiier/ of.. Liiiids/yiiiid  /,VV/Oi-lts,;;ibr't|ie.IJisii'iet iif Kiist/yK/obteiiiiy; iiiid  tlie CliipfCi/iniiiiissipner oi Laiids, ii nil; Woi-ksi  for lieensps-to'piospe'et.' for cbaiyort tlie-'follow^  1 ng/il escrilied/liiuds/'sitiiid  liei'id:i;ivei/*iicay/llie Piiieheri/'reelr Ti-iiii aiid  east of. ilie /east, hoiiiiilnryl iiieof ilie. C-anailiaii,  Piicilic/Riiilw-ay.griint. iii'tlie'��put]i east'pbriioii'  .bi-..-.Kii.s^;-Kbbioiia.y.District.llrilisli'Coluiiibia. '/���  , /1 "Uonfnicnciiig iitii postr.beiiig tlie iiortiiwest'  Zcorner.posi;bf li:' Pi.'Anderson/s eliiiiii^ViiidyiulV  'jii,cpiitytb/:tIip.nbrilieiist7cbriierorMay;.Piigiisli;s  /etaiin^tlipncesbiitli'eiglity ciiaiiis,7 tiienee past  eighty;ye'liiiins,.ytiieuee;;iipi:tliyeighty?/ cliiiins:.  ;tlience,west'ciglii,y cluiins tb;place of/begiiiiiiiig:'  .epiitaihing <>I0iici'esy/y/-/''y7/7 ftfj'y'f f:fifi'i  "::f 'f ���'':'��ffff ;-y,,n;;-p''ANDPRSON.7i1iocnloi-"  ;.^lJa'tpd1;l<;el):.i,s;-YfiO:V.r';.^^  yi;..~'.7-$P!''i!'^  eprner,pbst.pf/Ri:gina  Ciirisoh'st/e']aiiii;!tlieni;e,/  npi-tli..eighty,ehiiiiis,. tiieiice iyQs;i/eigliiy,!di:iins!  :to:;'UiO; iip/i'tlieasiyeorneryor '-Alidersbirs  elaiiiiytlibiicespiiiii -eighty chains;-tlience;'/iiiist,.;  eiglity/ci/ainsitb piiieeofybeginniiig'. ebiitiiiiiiiigr  |yi.!''i.!ere.sy/-,K-'.y  chains,  Ilieiii-c. cast eighty chains to place 'of I  I'Cgiiiiiing. conjiiiuing iun-acres     '  ,;      ,.- ,|  ,.'". S.iMl-KL.ic. i-iKKKX. L:<K::it<>i-':���  j  li.-ilcd Peii. IS. Kin::,, . " A. HiieUe.it. Agent    ,,' I  1) (.'omniv-iiciiig at. a post lieing file ��� nortli  West coriierppst of M. )���:. Riisseirs claim, and  ladjaceiit to tin: northeast coriier of Daisy 'An-  dersoiVs- claim,' theiiee soutli eigiity / chains  thence,oast'eighty chains, tlience north eighty  chaiiis,, tlience west eigiity. chains to place of  begiiiniiig. eontiiining ivliiacre-.'  -    / ,,;   ..-M. -]���:. RUSSELL, .Locator.''  ' l/>ated/l''eb, 18, lfn��./     A:-'jia"i:kett.' Agent.  1 15''."' (/'omnieilcinir atirpbst hei'njj/ 'the:  southwest coi-iier y best, iif Aiina'X'.;  C'arr's'eliiiiii and adjacent to the south  east( corner, iif yJolnr--'O'lS'eal's- elaim.:  r'lcnee.nort/li'sachains. thoiice 'east- SO  'chaii)s,..thonco south' SO chains, thence  west ^SO' -cJiaiiis.--/t('i -i-pliice'-'of heg-iiinin<r  comaiiiino-(Si) aiu'es/1   - ;        ,:,     ���'"'���'  "���i .c-'-iV.���:'.'������/     ���.'..'���'  ^'l"'1;.*'- (^arr: Locator.V  ..'        ":'q.  '      A. Hackoit.yAo'cnL.  ;  ���/  Daled'irel).-IS. l!|q:t.   ...--,' ���'-,-, f'f  ."."',yl.<i'. yV'bnimencijio- at a pbsi beiii"- the  lioi'thtvest coriier'piist of T./ v". Reed "s  daim^and adjacent io 1 he southwest  corner ���; of /Aiiua ���"(!. i'ttrr'sy'yclaim.'  Ihence-south SO ehains. theiiee ' east' SO'  ������Intiii^- liieiice iiortii SO chains, /tlience  west. SO cliains; to place ofbeo-innin"-  cbnt.iiiiiin'o- ii'-HI ai-res. 7 ... .'���"..    "', ., ������  ���     .',������������"    : '���}'��� '-V',- Jioocl. Locator.,  -,''.., i,f:"fif:"f'f-'''' '.;'A.���:rTiicl<etl../Ayetit.'  /.-.'. JJaleilj-'eli/Vlsy i!i(i;i.'yy fffi- /-��� :ffi:-f  . ///ly,yy��oi)ii):ieiii;iiiy- al^t, iiVist lieiiiy tho  i]ortn'wesl corner - post/of: AXtjliiaui /Malr  aiifant's; eliiiiii. iiiid adjitceiit tothe/nortli  c'iistf/-, eoriiei- .oi.T. y/V; /iteod'sy i;l;iim  fciien/e^sout.h'ysO'cliiri'nsfxi)^  thence  irinniii:  Dated  w-.:?i so el-iains ,to  jdace of  lie-  ���.i-tiniainino-i;4i/ueres.,'.  , JOdirii ij-awford. Locator  ���-."''    :\: U.-ii-ki/'lf, Ao-eni  ���'eli. is. ]��'��')������{;''" ':       -���   f----.  ^^"^fif1- eiglity/i/iiiiiiis, thenee/sbuiireigliiy;  c.).l,!i'1^'>lluncoyeasi/;eiglit.yk;i3lininkI:t  begi lining; contaiiiiiig ti-ib iicres. tiff '���'.��� ���'. I V "''������'���'., -c  '.if-f,yn .-7..:;..; .lA'MI'IS.'H. SMITH';iLiicai,bV...y  ��� :i:f'--'-ff'ft'f'fi;:f ���A:-..I-Iii.c,kot'l::1--1.AKi2iii;iV-V.: '-  ...JJatedyPeb.lp, Ilio:!..' -. ,;,:>���.���;. ���,f.v.f.,,f....-��,, J-.f  f-iffCommiinifii^'iiiff  eiistciu'iiei-;prist of '.IplurUeiinessey^cliiiin'iiiid;  iiiljiiepnt/.iii'/.theynoi-tliiycst/^on  tyytyi'f i Fi'VffMFF^F^^Ff^'^f  1 )!9n��b!ivesl eigliiy,el 111 insi'tlieiieFiuii'tlibightiy  liegiiiiiing.eoulainiiigiuoacres. ' ' "   '  Dnt'edPelvlS-1  iAyiliuikeit/'AgeiifS  ilie'soii'iliwei  y^y^nn^t'^uw^tiipbstbeiiig I he southwest  i/b'Z'Jb1': posi/pf ;-Wii;.Cm^  4'^,.y'!i":?/yy41?:!X(;:^bi:nei-/:oiy/Re  ;"';'<iVf ��� ibeucp-nbi-iti eighty/cliiiliis;ytheiii'i;/::east  -.-,' :17. Commencing at a post lieiiig: fhiV iipi'th-  wesi corner post of RI A. llutciiiiisoirs claiin,  and iiiljiicent to tlieysoutiiw.est coriier of'I{. L.  Milierrs claim, tlieiice spiith, eighty, chains,  thence east eighty chains,ihence iiortii eighty  cliains. iheni'e west eigiity - ehajtis to, piiiee: of  begiiiiiingconialiiiiigOW iicres.  ..���--!-,-        . '  /   R. A: IJU'rCllINSO.N', Locator.  .    -7   - .,,A.   Haelcett./Agent..  ;,liatetl Peb. 10 190:1/;;; ';:     ./    ������;. t,y'  /��� ���:!&[. Ooinnieiieing a'ta.ppsl. being 'thc'iioi'tli-  easi corner post, of .If M; .lohnsoii's eliiim. aiiri  iiiljaccntto/tlH/iiortliwpstcornei'pl/R.-A. Uuteh  inson's claim thence soiilh eighty biiainsilieiiee  west cighlyciiains; thence nortli eigiity ehains  .thence,eiist eighty chains, to 'place of beginning  eoiitniiiiiigii-lOiicres.   ,   ���  '���'   .;.���    ���. .   ' .'  .I..M. .lOHNSON. Loeator.'1  .-  - .     " -   ,A. Jlaekett. Agent.  -  y  ��� Dated |i"pj).' 1.0 I'lO.'i. .       ;:    /    -  .> ill.'.- Coniineiieiiig at 11 post lieing Die Initial  pout of  W. V. Siniih's ('iaiin. about (wo iiillcs  south of Ihe initial post of Clari.bel ICiiiirniiiit's  clnim.-.    thenee   north     eiglily . chains;- lo  Ihesoutheant cornerof .1. M. .lohnsoii's eiaiiii..  tlieiice west eighty cliains, thence soul li eighty  cliiiins, thenee east eighty chains to place.-of  beginnliig.'coiii.iiiiiiigit.io/aci'es.  ���''..���', .'    *  P. P. SMITH, .Liicatbr.   ' .,/,  .. A..'llackett. Agent. '.,  7 Hated Peh, 10 ll)():i. ,  .'���,'���   x  *); , Commencing at ii ppst being (hesoiiih-  w��Vst corner post of ,v. Davis.''cliiiin,'and adjacent, to .tlie'soutlieiisi cbi'iierof D.'P. Smith's  claim, theiiee north eighty cliains, thence cast  eighty ehains, Iheiice siiiitli eigiity cliiiins.  tlience west eiglily clinins to place br beginning  containing it'll) acres.       ���  ,;-.',' ���.,./. '   N. DAVIS. Locator..'"  ' A.  Ilaeketl. Agent.     ���'  .    Dated  Pcli. !0 |!K):i. .   ���  III... C'oinincticing at, a ' posl lieing the north  west, eni'iiorpo.si. of lien P. Ceilings' elaini and  adjacent to.the southwest conicr of ,.\\ Davis',  claim, llience sou Hi eighty eliniiis. tiienee; east  eighty chains1, tlience nortli eigiity cluiins,  fhence west eighty chains l.<> place of liegiiiiiiiig  coniaiiiiiig ti-10 acres. .   ���'  IIKN- P. OOLLINOS. Locnior.  -   j", A   llackett. Agent  ���    Milled'Peh. Ill, UiO.'i.  :t-:. i/'oininenciiigiil a post lieing Ihe nortli-  enst. corner post of .lames Marshall's cliiiiiiand  ndjncenl, to the, imrtlitvesi. corner of Hen 'P.  Collings cliiiin, Ihence Iiorlli eiglily, cliains,  Ihence west, eighty clinins, Ihence soutli eighty  cliains. tiienee east eighty chains to place, of  liegiiiiiiiig. eonlaiiiiiig li-10 acres,;  -.l.'AMKS MARSIJAi'sL.  Lociitor.  ....  ,'' A. Iliiekiitt. Agent.  , Dated Peb  III. Ilm:!.  ;i::. ('oiiiinciicing ain post being ilie .initial  post of ,1. K. W. Tlioui|isoii's claiin. 11)10111 two.  miles siuali.iif ilie iritlal post of K. |>, Smith's  clniiir. llience nortli eighty clniins 10 Ilie south  cast, corner of .)nines MiirslinIPs elaini. tlience  "est eiglily chains, thence south eighty cliains  llience cast eiglily eliuins lo place of beginning,  ciiiilniiiiug 1M0 acres.  .1. 10. W. THOMPSON. Locnior  A.   llackett. Agent.'  Dated Peb. 10, lilltt. j[        ���  .:!-!.    l/oiniiiencing al a post   being   the ^oulli-  ��� ist' ��0 chains, tlience north SO chains, tlience I-svust corner (WSt of Ceoree P.  Roberts elaiui.  :-"^:-r?^;i^n^''1'll^N.!':^^y;'l'-!lca  ���fff '.'.��� ''i fff if i f fi fff\U. fixity AiiC'ihy i  .'���....���'rHy.'.-Commpiicii'ig'a'jt.'W'-'ppsi;^  casti;prner ppsl of iraniesyi-]y/,l.>ratiiei;:s ilainj  andiidjaeeiit tbjtlib' soiitii west coi'iier of. "\V.. .A.  Hnekeit's;'claiin..,.tlienee; ribitli.feighty, eluiuis  thence west eighty chain's, .tlicm-o ;sinitii.6igiity"  clinins, thenee eiist,/eighty .,.01111 ins,, to placeof  beginning: coiltai 11 iiigino acres.',���.������-.--��� f ���������f:iy  'yf .:::���.f . .lAMES H:,l>RATnKit: Locator.,'-  ��� ,y-,.y ,'���-', 'y .'A./Hackelt. Ageiit: ;,y  /,, Dated Peb. 10. iuo:i:;,./-'   .-,- y / ���;-. /-,.: 7 -   ... ;-.�����-.  fff; Comnienciiig ai il / post;, heiiig" the north  weist-'.ebruer'.'.posi ��� of 'oiiiirlie���''Ciii/']soii;.s ��� claim:  thence east eigiity cliains 10 the iVonlnypst'coi--  uerof.lohn Tleiinessey-.s claim,' tlience Sou ill  eighty chains,, tlieiice 'wesi, eiglily chains thence  nbrtlieighty chains: to place of begiiiniiig. eoie  'tainiiigiHOiieres.,.' ���.-���< - ,'. ' �� ������ ���iff r' f-f-  ��������� ������-;���'" - ' .7. 7 CHARLIP CARLSONy Locn tor.  '- '-���';-,- A. Hiiekett. Agent. ���  y. Dated Peb. 10, l!)o:l.    --'  /���;/-.:;/,;.;.  y-ID.'yConimeiicing/at a .post,lieing the'nortli  easl corner post of,Glist..1 Carlson's claiin,. iind  liiljneeiit-'to the iiortii west���'.corner of.Ghiirlie  Carlson's   elaim,/,i'tli'onee1:..west.eighty; chaink  ..llience soutli eighty cliiiins. theiiee: east eighty  cliains, IhoiVO'e^iTorUi/eigiity ebiiins'lo place of  liegiiiiiing..coiiiii.iiiiiigm(l acres. /' "'/'''"' f ���'���    :.,  iit::F\ ..������ -yy:::'F^vcAR:Lsox.-LociiioKy;  : ':.        yy    :' A. Hiiekett;'Agent;. ���'"'  "'/  ��� Daled Pol)./l().-l!)fi;ry 7/  ; y ������������-: f ������ ���;.-.- ���<��� ������;;-.-  '17. Commencing atii- pos't; being ihe south  east corner,post or Mary lleniies^cy's claim iiiid  adjacent tb tlie iiorthoiist corneivof Oust Curl-  son's clnim, thence nortli eighty/ ,'cliains,:tlieiice  west eiglily chains, thenee soiitlieighty chains  ilience east eighty.chains.to place of liegiiiiiiiig  i-onfniningfilO acres.    ... ��� ;,, "   /,/':  , '-��� .,,.;.'/..     MARY UKiVNTIiSSKV. Locator.!  . ������-.   -7.       .7     --A. HAC'KIO'I'T. Agent.-7  /.Diiled Peb. 10, IHO:!. '��� /   , /   7 ,;        ...  fi>S. /Coinnioheiiigiit a iiosl lieiiig ilie -.soiitii-  west'1 corner- posl pf iNfargnrct'-Heniiessey-s  claiin and adjacent tp the siiutii cast corner, of  Mary l.leiinessc.v's eliiiiii, thence, north eighty  chaiiis. thenee east, eiglily eliuins, thenee south  eiglily cliains. iheiice .west,eigiity cliains Iq  place of liegiiiiiiiig, containing till) aeres.  .    MAROAUi'lTliKX.S'KSSI'lV. Locator  Dated Peb. 10.. lilO.V A. Ilaeketl, Ageiit  .-ID. Commencing at a post being/.the. south  ivest eorner post of Michael M^cAnei/ney's i;laini,  anil adjacent1 In the iiortiiwest corner post of  Margaret Hennessey's ,cliiiin., tiienee nortli  eighty eliniiis, tlience east, eighty chains,  thence soutli oighiyr,chn,!iis, thence west eighty-  chains tii, place of liegiiiiiiiig; containing' fill)  acres. MIOHAKL iMcANKR.N'PY,' Locator.  Dated,Heli. 10th   ���      ;/   ��� A. Ilnckcil, Agent  ill).. ".C01r1111c11cl11g.nl a,post, lieing ilie soutli  east corner post of !>'. .1. Paliey's clniiii aid iid-'  jaeciil to Ihe south west.corner ol'i Michael Me-  Anciney's ciaiin, thence/ mirlh .'eigliiy chains'  Ihence west eighty chains, tiienee siiutii eighty  ehai.iis, llience easl, eiglily chain" lo place of  beginning; eontiiining lilO acres.  ii. ,i: PAIIPY. Liicntoi'.  -  Dnleil Poh, mill1. A. Ilaeketl., Agent.  ft I. 'Commencing nl ii post, being the iioi-lh-  west corner of Lewis r'hipp's clniiii. Ihence  .south eiglily eha ins. I lience east eiglily i.'lin ins  tii the southwest conn,i- of Mary Hennessey'!/  'claim. Iheiici! uoi'lli eighty cliiiins.- llience ��esl  eighty ciiaiiis lo place oi begiiiniiig. ruiiiiiiiiiug  lill) iicres Ll'iU'lS CLAIM',l.iiii-iiiir.  I luted Pel'. Wi b ,' A. Ilnckcil. Agent  . :V.'. Coiiinicneiiig ill n post being the norlh  eiist, coi'iier post oi rllb'ii Carl son's, claim, imd  iidjacenl to Die nortli wesl' coi-iier ol Lewis  Clapp's elaini. thence sinilli eiglily cliains  thence west eighty chains...thenee noil li eiglily'  chains. Ihence east- eiglily chains lo place of  beginning, containing flW acres '  KLLK.V CARLSON, Lni'tlmr  Mated t'eli. lotli A..llackett. Agent  5t!.   Comniciicing  nt   a  posit, beinglbe south  eiist corner  uost of  lidward  cprkery's  claim  lAbeiutbiW^  cbiiiiiinihg.iub acres..'���ir'i/iV^CA'UL'sbN^L'jciilbr:  .-���'.y.TJiVtcia'. M.s^.'.iS.-jWfKi;;,'.;/. -/;';; A:-f-l!i.cJkuL:t4>.v>jcHt-:/'-.r-:  <f}.;. Coinmbiieiiig iit a );ostbeiiig the north west,  epi'iier post bl .LP Donnelly's eliiim/,aiid iidja-  epuiylb/ ilie sou tliwes 1/V-io'i-iiier" bf "fda. ,,Cili isoii/s"  e.laiiiiftiieiice/soulh eigliiy ciudns/,"tlience: eiist  '.'ififl.'i'-.V.-..chiii ns..;' thence   iiorlii, eiglily   cluiins.  thpiicc west eiglily chains to liiiice'/br. -begi iin big;-  ,eoiita.ining/lilO iicres '���;. ���-' ������[���''ff-.-f ���f:fii. '���'���'������'^.  f-f'f'fffi     .). l^pdiv-NrpLi^VLilnUor '.';  /   DaleiV Peblii, liifil;:'..:''-,.   A.,.iracltett,.-Ageiit: ; "  '/;,'. r>   Cbiiimeneing at a post lieing ilie nbrilieiist  corner post of Patrick Hennessey's, claim 'iind  adjaeeiit to,tlie iiortiiwest coriier.. of .1. li'Drui-  helly's.eliuiiL; llieiice   soutli ' eighty-,cliains  thence .wosteigiity chains, tlience north eighty  'elniiiis, llience east .eighty chaiiis i'p place of  bogjhn'ing, cbntaining.iiio acre:; / -ff-'-. 7-''/ '   /.  ff ,yy:   ypA'lvRrClv: HKNNKSSKY. Locator   /  .7-77 'ffr:'-f ���':.���"'���,��� '.".;.:,A linelcett, Agenl:/,  '���'.- a f Cominei.icingiit a post being tiieliortlieast  eorner post of T Wnlilp Mui-pliy'sl'laim iiiid iul-  jiiceiil iotliesbutheiist eoriisr of Charles ..Austin's cliiiin./theiiee south eighty, cliains.; tlieiice  west-eighty chains, tlieiu^noniieiglity cliaiiiji  iheiice easi oight.vcliaTiiirt^pliR'b .of. beginning:  containing MO acres;;  ,/y/; i'f'fifi ,//,..,   ';.���  /���;/;..'    y  '// 'i;yVi'ALl5b MURPHY.,Loeatoi- , f.  ,'/.., /':..���./..'.:;..:.:/;.,;;. /./y1,./- ./'-. AHa'okett. Ageiit   '������������:  /;: : Coninieneiiigiua postboing tlieiiprtiiwcst  corner post of C,Le\yis"cIaiin. iiiid., adjiieent to  .Uie nort lieastebi-uer of; T, AValdo/.Aluipliy's  cliiiiji.;theiice soutli eighty eriains.' tlieiice; enst-  eiglitjy cliiiins.' ilience nortli;. eighty chains  tlience west eighty chains to piiiee of'beginning  coniiiining filO ne'res , C LKWIS.' Locator  .,������:���'; V:/.''';���,'.  f> ... A,Hilekett. Agent y ���'  S Cbiniiieiicingiit'ii post beiiig.the southwest  coriierppst of George Turner's ��� clnim iind ail-:  jaceiit, to./the southeast corner, of .Charles's  Clutp-s claim, thenee north eighty 'chains  tlietiee'east eigliiy chaiiis. the'nee south eighty  clinins. thenee west eigliiy elniiiis to place' of  beginning, containing uiu acres.       '  '  ���'/'   OKOKriK.TIIR.VKR. Locator  ,.  ���   .;./'-'. '    A llncketi. 'Ageiit-."'  0   Conniieiiciiigal a post being the nortli west  corner post of L ll'l't-allier's chiini niid .adjaeeiit.lo tlie southwest corner of 'George  Turii-  er's eliiiiii. fliimce south eighty cliains,  ihence  east eighty eliniiis.; thence noil li eigliiy eliiiln"  tiienee west eiglily clinins to place of beginning  containing iiii) acres-    |, n IMIATIIPR r^oenior  A ll,'icl(et,.l,,;Ag'e,iii.   ���  !<) '.Commencing nl a posl being Die souLiiensl  corner post oi',1'Mwnril  Grubli's claim,  theiii;c  nortli eigiity clinins; thence west eighty ehiiins  tii, the  nort.liwesi 'corner of (ieoi-ge   '|<ur)iei'-s  cliiiin. iheiice sou Ui eighty cha'liis, Iheiici:   east  'eighty, elinins in place of beginning, .eoniii'liiliig  1'.in acres. |.'.11 \v,\I,'D ORi.iiu;. Locator'  A Hnckeit, Agenl  II Commencing at, a post' being Uie sonlh  ivest coi'iier post, of 'Albert, Heck's c|a iin and  adjacent to tlii' siuilliii.nsi corner of tidwai'd  (inibli's .cbdin. tlience uoi'lli eighty chnins  llience east eiglily chnins. Ihence south .'eighty  eliniiis.. liienee west eighty clia'lus'to jilnee of  beiriiuiiiig'CDiiUilniiig ii-|il ncres.  ALIII'tl.-r IlKCIC.-la  ehains,:thmiceiid;i'thii!0;.(d)aiiis.:t.lie)iia  .eiisl. ,S()/''chaii)syt'o/:})hii,:e of beo-iiiniiiVr  ciiii I tiiiti 1 io- (MO'aci'esiy f '"'f'. "fff f  ;-::J/;;yyyyWi]:!i;tni^riU  i':fiffff^:ftj:f-:r'&i{H{ui\^ifi  :y piited.'Feb.yio.yioi):!. ,;;yy -,: ...yy   .,.,.;  ������'y'ilS :;//C()|i;i)iiieticiii<i'itt a prist beino- the  lioi'theas1r,;corncr -postydr^GhiirlcsyyKy  :Slaiiey:;-chiiiiiyy"itii(-i;/ adjiicehi ���/;i.bf;/:;thei  'south east corner of Williani^ii'ihm rifnts  eliiiiiii/theiiee- soutli /Soyehatib3.y:t]iem;e  NvesCsn/imaiiis.Uienee/ii'orth SO,, chaiiis,  tl)ei]'ec:Viiast/-Sp ;cl)aiiis; lij/plai^e of:lle-  :i������ilmi]l^y;f:bntiliilill�����;()l(;l'ae^esy /: f "ft.:  F'i'fi: FF^'XF^F^F 'l-ocatoiv  yf-fifffffftf.A:. Hitekct.l.y-A.o-eiit;;yy'  y/yDated/ t'eb;7 IS.; 1 !j0;i;/':-'' y-y'- fffff-ff:  /.;'10 yy (yonmiehcing/iVtia. pgsV l.ieinovSt;Vio  ucii'th/\yesl. fovmnf.of/Gorit/yB;. .Siiiiie's  eliiiiii,. aiid; ad;iaeeiil/.lo<,the/ iiorthn/SStv  c()i'iipr-..ol'/y;(y:iiaries;^  liheiice/sputliySO chains:'tJieiice:;.i:!tstyS(),  ehaiiis. thei'iep';north SO.'eliimis.'-.yth'oiie.o1  ;et)iitiiiniii'��--(Mp:abres:.-;; fff "f. fffiiff.  f.':-:f'fff;ff?:.'fCppv:-i'^  7.;/v-:77;7:'-'y'7/^y-.-. y-;;yA;v;l/|";((:lcet;ty:A.yenP  :-,^D*itec];;_K}5r��V;i1(Vj-i/l!"jj|i;  :���'F/'/'(/ipniiiiclicilivi- aj.;a/:post;/libiny-'ytiie  ntmi,ln^istyC()ilie).;:<ll''<A:n  ,H*'"rim,;';"uid;/y^  .(^':':��<'!;y&l'/(3it:-';lS;/Hdi^  son th/.SO.chiii ns,ythence yiyosl.^Sp7 chiii lis;  thence.north; SO ^  .ijhiii 11srt/o-pltive.iit; /i;l.:)0y:i.tii) jiiy. V-oi'ibrii 11-  iii��'.(i'I.O iicre'sy' Ufa ���'.���-'..������. ff.,'f:if.f.f / ���'���-,/ ;-  .;>; v'y yy/y/y^lafiiii/Bei'e-si.riiiiiy lyocator  yy ;',' .'.'.'/'-'a f:'sf y>'Vy:Haelcet,f;;\.i:-eiil.  '  :.;7i;)ai,ed"Peii. isiytoo:!., .: :iff ''fft'-.  f F}F^u]^u^FF^Vo^if.\Mnf.U-i<^  ;soiil;ii'u-cst cornerjio'si'/o'f.' Petei''i 1. Le-  vander's claim; ."andy iidjiicentiy't/o.tho  north west eoiaioi' of ICthiiii A. Patrick's  olaiiii,"thenee iipi-tli/SO eliains. "theni:e,  easfc;S0.:<;haiiis,i.lii3)icesouth Sir chain's..  thence-1 west "/iii. i:ii:iins to place oflie-  ���rjnhiiio', ���.���on'.tiiiiiiii'^ii-it.V'aero.s:'---''.!.'''.'.'  /, iy'.' 7lJoten,l.; LevandeivvLoealor  i''f ,.. fii'.,/' A.;Hiickctif,:'Ao-c:'i)t. ;-.'.''  .   Dated Feb/lS. iim):i..-���:' ������,-.:   ff'f.''  i��� '27 "('oiiiiiic-m-iiio- at a post/ Tieine-alie  noi;thwest corner  prist of H.   ii;   A]'c--  ,'htytv"s idaini.   and. adjacent-   to the/ '  southwest coriier, of   Edith   (.'ra/wfdrd:s���:'  claim, ih^jice south-,SO, ciiaiiis/ l-lience  ;east SO-'ehifins;..'tlieiiee' north   Sii chains  thence/west SOehains 'to ';jdftce/bi 'be^.-''  jrihi/ii.ng'.'.conL'iiniiie' fUo.ni-i-eJi'. {���' "'������'   -,7  -..'..,.;;     HiL.'.Melntyre; Locator:.;  ��� ������������'���      '���':::' ff-"'f ' A. Haekett, Ao-ent '���  '7. Dai.ed���,Feb:;.]S./]00:f. .;.:.'/.--,..;     .,/..-/'.;'  7 2$; Comiiieneiiio-'at a prist, ijei'ng the /  northeitst/cdriier post, of cyiiarles ,MeIn-   '  t^'-^:'5;lain1,1 :tllrt adj;icent/tp the north-  west coriier of H'.'vL'..'.vi'cT.u:iyres claim;  .thence south'SO .eliaih'?:. ihence   west80  eliainsJ-thencenrirtii SO chains,   thenco ".  east SO chains' to place df/beg-iunin.o-,'  contivininji'ii-iO aci-es., / : ;''':���������       '      -.';,.-.-  ' -'/"':,"; fi /��� <;liarles Mefiityre, Locator';   '  ���:".-.���'''//.-y- ���.'yv y;,A;':hliicifei.t,' A'o-eiit:iy:  y'Uitied l^-eb. IS; t!)(j.;. ffff 'fff. ffa.f-y i  ��� ��� -u' -,!".:."!.11'ln��!,!^in" :u a postyithout' two j:  miles '���/south iif .(./jiai'les ;: yUciiuyre's "''.'  'iiiiu'al, prist,'; beiii^vthe soutiieasl.ijorner ;���-.'  VF "f ���'P^i'.li 7^birtiii-s/cfai'i)i.y:'theni'vy  iibi'th/SO cliiiins, tlieiice west' .SO .chains y "  ''ll,<���n<r^.HOllI/', ?0 ehains. tlence east'SOyy  chains to 1 > 1 uijeyf��fn11><^^i 111 iiij<y.:^'j.^611 La.in-; 7  iny (M0 ii('i/'es.y-.'/y/..yy "'f.ir.ff-'Fff, - ."'/'"��� -  ���..yyy-'' '..'������''���;���;.'';. ���'-.,.'.':'.'o.-"'ei)li'!'Miirtin  i��^'^i'-i--~^ki^i^?;r-.i.'d  ;,-ynatedJ<,eb.:iS,yl(iip:fy:  '/ .:KhyXi,)inm6iiciiio- aia prist bei'iijjj-thW';  souili wesiyi-oi'iiei' jiosi; of '^eth^A'arcoe's f-i  .claini.; imd arijiicent'/to the soutliea'st"^  ^^'C'yOf^ogepliy^laciiii's/ciitim  ���ilvl't,S.^P.'..V',,^!'ls!;,-,'1.'P!-"i':,:* oa^t-^O'ychaihs.;,y/;  tlietice^)ut.h'S() cluiins./thenee w-est/;s()';S. 7  't)'!$^t#P^  ,i ii "���' iti 0, -ie t-esi .'���q it ��� ������':.'/ 'f V"'- iff fff: ff y:.  ������F. ���, F fii. F.-: F^ FifofffocFF:  ff~AifKiiOk'iiiC'AgSnir'if  lOOe.;, .--< ���::��� ������/-'- --���''*' fiififf  fify  ,l3aled:'l;'eb;.J,S:  ���M.  'the/ '  Joses))h;J  .Coiniiieiieui^'-'iit.ay'j.io'iiLb'ei'h);  north west..:���., corner .   pbsty'pf/  ll-llillilJ>7<^ii"ii.:./-'iii:dy adjaeeiit^  ,^11I:!'.*'^si,/epn)ery^  ,i'iii��'V:'il!Onftc'^utU':%-^hi'iijiSi':-ti  ^''^jmaihsi/tl^  thence/'w'est; 'SO ^e'hiiins^to'pli'tce F\Fff ���  ^'"U'l^i/'-oiitaiiiiuo-fiJo acres;/ if'ff'ff.ffif  f'iiiFFF"-:FQr>^PhM^^  tififffiffff ^^'AaH^ielcctt./yvo'cn'tyy'/-7/^  -yyi:bited;iM,.;'!s.yi!io;iy';'y.:':'yy;;y;7  ifF ���'-, -#'l^M(;i'|��i#  /niu'Uveitst;,, cin-nety; post: / ory^Katliiiriiiiij.'f f  y,!,c. "ori-b^iycpriie,- oriiiosepli,.phil](Iw-:;;y  :'','l[,;,,';:!il,��!,'^.^ol'lip:''So;^  l,;*v(?!-t^Ov'1''liiiinsy.t;imiice;n  B^^tfFi FFF^ FF(iFofi\F s;:  ^;i��,!'.! ii^i/' e<)ii Hi i ii i i 10-/0-10 fFFFFf Ff  fiffFf-FFF'^f^FioeY^FaFFf  fi f'"f.' 'i:'yy:-A;":|:[aekett.'v\o'cui- i'-'-ififi  ;/; Pa(.ed Peb.^i^.ioo;;;;//-:;.;;; if fi '''f.f;i  Fli: F'FF'FF\i .jjosi^abaiil-liivr)^'-:^^  iniles south;'of the iiiit.iiil.-.post-'iifyKatn-'y'''^'1''--  .ei'ino Anne ,\/arcoi.:'s/i:hii,ii.'' boin- iho."'"'' t  sonthcitst/coi'iieivposi, of "K(i"ith.''lv!hiilij)s'.' f'"<  claim: tiieiice/iiorthy^o: ,.:iiains, 'tiienee;/'"'  ���oast SO chiii!is,:thenee sou tit.- S(J;,'eimiiis. f "  ibbee;w'estSO.c,!)iuiis/a,r��''phie.,:',of be- 'f'\  :ffffJS-  v-;',,,.-. ������*�����  ;ypv/,y.://::  if ffy'  ti&i  7. '22;. Cpiiiineheiiiii- iit/a post beiiio- tlie  northeast eorilei'.of Thomas"\V. Birlcs"  '���jiainv'iind;'^  crii'iier /.of: "..Iteliecea' ;,i:oo-;tn's claimy  :tlie'nce south SO cliiiins. thence west,,' SO  chains, tiieiice;iioi:tli.S() ehiiins; theiiee  east :S0/ idiiiins i.o ' place of l>eo-iimin<>\  oontuiii]iiijr.<i.40..a<*rc.s. ���  /''"':'.' .;"'l'liQinas/AV.yBti'ks.'i,ocator  ^iniiint  Ihlti  ..fOntitiiiiiie-/ (ifo 'aerti'sj.-  4''-''ll'--;:'::(|ii')!.,'^'Ulips?/Loeii:t^-'!  -.'���'���,,'���' ; /^���'l-litekeit. Ag/eiit .  .Feb. fS.,liK);i;;y "'f'-f-.  Dated Feb.  . '.,. A.'Hac  IS.\|(ioH. ':���������'.  <eu. .\o-ent-;  iiii.������Coinnicnoiii'j'.at a post bein.e" the  iiortliwestcoi'ner'o'fMtibe'l Hi Hacketts  eliiim.: and acijiiceni :io .t,he'northeast  eorner of Thomas W./.'/'llirlcs'- elahn.'  .the-neo'sonthySO cluiins..thence cast SO  chains,ithence north SO chains;, themte  west, SO cliains lo 'place of beo-iimiu".'  conliiinino" (l-tOitci'cs.   , , /  -  ... Mabel H'. flackctt, Locator  ���'���f- f A.  (iiickeli,, A2-cnl  Diitcd J'Toh.   IS.   I!l(i."l.    ���   "'������  24 C.'omineiici)]-- tit irpristlieine'' \.]���.  southeast eorner, post, of .1'. Ait A iider-  SSii'-s.eliiiii), and adjacent m the south  west coi'iier of Tlionias Galley's claim,  tlience north SO cliains. thence west SO  chains, thence .south SO chains, ihence  etist'HO 'cliains ,1.0 pliicc of boo/inmno-  i:onlai,nino: (i.|(| m/res.  ;       '   - '   -I. A. Alujei'si/ii). Locator-  ,v A. I Inckelt. Ao'eiit.-  Miiled'p'eb. IS.1 i<l(l,i. . .:  \F  i)(*)'tli  'o-l, .(yonuheiiciho-iit, ii Jiost lieino-Hhe  southwest corner:post-ofvPaul Phillip^  chum vand. adjacent 'to /tlie southeast  /-oi-ii^r of Edith Pliillip^s elaimy:thence'''  north S0;ehaim.. thmice eas't'SO eMins, "  thence south SO chains;-thence west SO  ehains to place of be��"ihifino\' eontain-  iiiyii/10 ai;res. ,  ':    '.-';;';   ..-.-' \i~". ���������'���':-if ..'  ifFFi "   v"rJ^^l^Pbn!ips;/-Locator :;  ������:-'f ���'.        A- rriieketiy/Ao-enty"  Dated Feb. IS, ,100:i. : '  ��� -:.,/'"  , ���'���     -    --   6'   .    -.'.'-. -,.;" ", ������.''������  oiimieiiiuiio- {|t ;t posl/ .\}eia^ the,  westy cornet-,,.post of- Ecinmnd'1'  ni'tti'y> claim and adjacent to' thesoutm  west corner; of Paul" Phillip^ cUliin  thence smith S0/chains, thence /east SO  chainsyjheiice' nortli SiVcliairisi thenee  westSO chaitis'to . place ,of hco-iniiino'. -,.;  conuiinit'iO'i.iitl acres. , ''      /     .7- is.    "'if  ���y.y :,    Kiliniiiid Dj'tiry'. Locator  '.   ��� .'   '- !���    ..   .  A. Haekett,' Ay-ent.  Haled Ir'eb. is.. |!in;{. '.  ���'t<!   Coniiiieiiciae' at. !t, p,,st |>ein��_r tl),i..  .imi-theasi. e��..n!Vr post of .Sidney Clarke.-'' ������'  clauii, and adjnedn:  to '-'the  northwest ,  comer   ,ol\   Ldiniinil     Henry's    claim,  thence si.iiih SO -chaiiis. 1 bonce west. SO-',  chains, llieni-ciiortli SO chains,   thenoj ''  eiisl   St)  ehiiins   to   place   of heiriniiino.  <.:ontiiiniiio- (i-lo acres." .        . .   .   ^  Sidney Clarke,-. Locator  '.."������ A, llackett. ,-\,  l.lalcd |.',.b. |S, plli.'l;  (���  trout.  aieiil.ni'  ('.iiiinii'iieing   nl   n   pi  A. Ilac.lri'ii. Agenl  si   being Ihe noilll  wesl, corner |iii-rur Thomas Koslcr'.x <���(.-,{,,, ;,r���|  adjiieent to the suiilhivest corner .if juiioil  llei'lfs i-liiim. -tlience-.snin.il eighty clinins  iheiice en-i eigiity illiiiiis. tlience.'; nortli eiglitv  (���llilllls. tljelice. wesl eighty eliniiis (ii place ,'f  In'gliuiiiia. cintiiiiihig mil acres. "  'I'llD.MAS  I.'OSTKK. Locator  .    .     A llncld'it. Agenl  1:1 (.'oiiiin.'iiciiig at,11 pom being tiie noi-tlieiist.  corner post, of .Samuel K (ireon's claim nnd Jul-  .jiiceni to die .iiortiiwest corner or 'rimma...  Foster's clnim("t|iciicei' soutli eighty chains  ibenco west elghtychuiiis, then c nortli eighty  -o .('ommcnciiio-at ,1 p.i.ut heiMo- the  .sotil.lii'iist eiiriici- ||(IS{ ,,|- |,7' y _\],..  In tyro's elaini. and aiioui two miles  south of .1. , K. V\r. Thompson's iiiiliit|  post, -'thenee iioi'th so ehains, thi.'iiee  wesl SOehains, l hence .-.mil h sn chains  llii.'iK'i: easl ,so ehains to phu-c of h  o'inninj  Slllll li  ns    to    p|  i'oiiliiinino- l!|(i acres.  '���:.' N'. Me I uly re  A. I Inckelt.  Keli.  is;  lilt),'!,  7 :i  nor  L'owhiio'V   chiii  southeast   corner  of  tains,',thence  .nice north SO chains  i.b-ncc.wcst  so  ehains  to  ,,[.���  e'inniiie', ciintainiiiir Jj-UJ.'iii-ct'r,.  ���Miii'shall ( iiwlino-  A.   llaelrelL.  Daled  l''e|,. 'is.' |!/o:|.  emnieneingat a post bciuo- i.),,..  iwesl corner post of Miir'shall  and. adjacent' to the  ���Sidney (,;l:u-ke'.s  hiiin. Iheiice south SI I  ist.Sli ehaiiif,     ���  of he-  .Loeiiior  Aireni  Locatiif  Ao'Clll,  Dull  L.'(! <'oiniiii.'ni.'ino'ill u post bciuo; the  south west eririiei'post of Ldith Crawford V <-ij.-iii 11 and adjacent lo the south  east corner of K. X. Md 11 tyre's elaim  theiiee north St) chaiiis, thence east  SO    chains,    thenee   south   SU   chains.  IS    I; nmnienein  niii'theasl  i"if'.- claim, and ;ulja.'en|. lo-t-hi..  . in �����< posl be in is   the  ���'":|"'" P"M ef Midi,,,!,.,   C'()���..  north  w^sl    ,1'Ol-llel  claim. 1 lii/ne  w..'st S(i chains, I hem  thence easi so  ehitim  ^iiiiiiii"-. eoniaim'no'O-Ki acres;  Ah'linda Cowling-. Loeato  '   ,,      , ,, , A- "!l(;l^tt- Ae-ent  Dated Feb. IS, Lyoy. Q  "I    .Mai-shall    ('nwliniv'...  ,,u"' sn  chains.   Uiuime  north SOcliaiiiv.  lo  place pf   j,(.. THft PIIOSPRCTOI},   FOUT STICKLE,   li. C.  "MAKC1I  ■.'=>.   WW,.
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NO. 30.
A. F. AND A. M., '   G.  R.  B. C.
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' ■'■' Regular, meetings—1st Tuesday iii euci,
month at eight,o'clock. V,i.si,tiiig MreUicrn .jirr
cordially invited.
Elk Kiver Lodge,  Ferine1?-regular  ineetiiigs
hel.d first Friday of each month...'     .,,,    ,';.'
CranbrooULodge. Criiubroql;., regular meetings held ou the tliird Thursday .d'each mouth.
;: / it: L, Math iin; Secretary.
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<;■       Regular meetings—2nd Tuesday iu
. each montn, 'at-eight o'clock'.        ,-;    .,-•'-
.Sojourning- Companions are cordially
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SATURDAY, ,MAK< "ii 2S, ,l<l(t:!.:
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Clittmine Monday.: .'-.-■■■   '.'',--■,- , /   ..
/ Duncan/McJlarein   wai'uflown   from
'Marvsvi'lle Wednesday.' '/ '■-.■'.    ',.-'-
y William West'qaine over from yCi-an-
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V'''.,; ..Xuts./.cainhc!-   and    rit;»>    at ' IvKli-
;v'iS[14\V:3,'/"!-7;     , '    ,   '
'-.',','J.  \\ratlritis,caniu ddwii/l'i'biu   .Mi/ti'ys-
yil,k> Tiu-sday. oii leg-al 1 nisiit'css. 7    '" /,
: Sun) ,Jiii;ks(in ivin'O-i'utiii'i MiWi'iV
.Moiviit. yiifiK'kvillc. Out „ w.'ti in lotvn
Monday...- v '        '    n
nOtary .,puBLic ;.
-pcrnofcvi-j/; '.iii(li;ui-^AfiuTf~TT:nbT,airiT     iv^rTrtTu'ir
ft'Oinan oliiiuai visit to Toliaoco   riain-
Ittiostiay. ■■,.•."' ,   -
St. John's Church ot England.
Soi'vicos will' he hold in Iho
Church of Si. John tho Divino
ovory ijuuday ovoninir at 7.HO o.\
oo]>l otrthc third Sunday in ouch
nioiith'whon Iho soi'vhv will t>o
hold   at    1 I   o'olo(J<   a in
Holy Co mi nun ion wilj he ;ul-
j niinihloiiHl nl iho olnso ol iho
1 ^orv'u'O . ''
StranirtM'.s aro wolcotno.
Divin'o AVorship will ho hold
in tho - Ih'osbytorian ('liiirch
ovc-ry Nubbajh tui'irpiuo' :tt II
o'clock. ' r,    .
SabhaUi Soluiol ovovy Sniulav
at half past two o'clock.'
' Choir   practice  ovovy   Thui"-.-
.,.:   ; -,.-7 -.-.7,,.   .7, --.,-■,,,,,, .;,.--,.-,-.7], - - - - - 7,,.-■', 7 -  „   , >> „.    •, ,f..'   .    '   tlii V OVOlli \\g ill  7 30 o'clock.
■■ "f:-f ■<■'■■   Fort' ftteele   SB    C'\    V./Hvue;. Baker,    A.   \\.   i!f\ atn'.        ',,     ,        '   .     , -  ,,
" 77;,, yri/,: f°Fi y'-Ff    -'"ff" rtnd/H:- Me\'iitio f'raiibi-."wk. ^ver«. tv- - '     L'uslor:     A.  L. .M ACDOUtiA Lb.
noi tii •<() I'linnf, iliciicc oast Mi idiitiiis,
tlu'tioi' -.(ititli SO I'liains to point ol roni-
.liiiiic-, \V. Ailiun-i. I.ociilof.
\\. .1. I .tun! Icy. AkciiI.
o (ii'tob.'l' -Jnd, I'M):!.
,i. I iiiiiinciiciiii! al the iiin-lliwcil
coi'iier po-N| ol (.,c(ii"»f .linld. liu'iicc
easi •<() chain-., tlioncc souili SO cliiiin.-,,
to uoi'llica-it cornel' ol Janice "\V.rAthiius
tiienec ui'-i 8l) cliaiiih. tlience north SU
chnin's lo tioint 'ol ciiiiiiiiciicciiiLMil.
v   (luin'^i: M. J mid. I.oral or.
Oclobcf 2nd. ISHIl'.
id.     ('oinniclicint;     iit,   ihe    norlliu'exl
coriiof of  ticoi'^e .1 ndd and boiiiH"   Ilio
iiui'lhea.-,!   cornel'   pOfl    of   .) ndfeon    13,
I'aid up C'ajiital fS.ODO.OOO: lie-ei-tc l-'und ^.riOO.OOll:
Apoj-coatc Itesoui-co-. Over %7.ri,(iO().()(lO.
London Office; 00 l.oiniirird llrccl, V.. <'..
Xc«   ^ inI; olfk-e;  II) l.xcliaiiKc Oliict-. =
And SO bi'uiichc-,' in Canada, tlie United St a U-. and Hi-ilish Columbia.
t   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %
%- . si1.
* !■<■ ^ ».   1^1 _1_ ■■
|                   Fort Steele. B. G. I
%                      i *
f Offorf. a plojisiml, subsiitulo for homo to those who fravol.      jj;
The Steele House
Fort Steele, B. G.
Foht STEEr.E i'DETEiopWRyT Srs-nroATE Ltd !
li---■'.-'-'"""-//■,-■--■:- ..--:■   '.'■'-.-'-.   -' -.--  .       y---!fy-i: ■"■■■'■'■-  '■ 7'   ■'
,   138 Lcadenhall Street, London, KniflanJ.,, (j
; - N.;'AI'',: VVAL'lINGER,""' '  FORT STEELE■
-ff-'tf-fpOSTi OFFICE- BOX S.y---}:'-y;; ';r:
-.''■  ■    '"   '■":'•-"-.:.--':.    -   -■■■       -fX<f -...-■..   •-•."-■'-■   .■■-.''";-.,■'.   -.7:7:
■: 17T ;HO M .A S:/' "■ Mc-V/TT TI tiff
^J'^R J i^:^s;>>-^g^.i--JE-^;
F'f 7';/yy/Pprty Steel e;]3,p./y'yy;/;yy^
ff ffr.f-F VI L:7/ ENGINEER -'--^yy. ',- _!
Pro vI nc ia i,--'.;; La rid y S u rve y o r
yf-.y.y    .'./;--.7-:   •-   ...... ;.-/7. :;.;   6/  ;■:    /.::.. :.v , ■:J.,,-
///y/yyPORT ';STEETjB5-B.''..G'.;f;i''y
istet'ed avtlie ImjHjria! Siititrday last.
<.;'G,(6vfefa;iieilt Ajirtiit Ariiiairous \\-nz >.
attending the County Court at Fornje '
■•Tuesda-'v.".1; -fi '"
..:■ /■-  ffff-  '■"/- ";/7 [I ,
ySeve'ra! /'co'mtiiei'cial U'ayell\ir> irom
eascern:.cit-io~. aud ilie boast .\ve>fe iu
Wltv von ihonltl lmv
/ Billy"Bat'g'^i haS taken his team from
iht;:Doylo -log/siny camp tu go with D.
Eale'to puiiti tli^ Elk river bridgy. .
:; .J. G. :C:'iirumii)g= ledt Wednesday on a
visit to; li-i's'.old home at Peterboru. Out.
He will-bo.awav about, four weeks.
■i"F \!Poi;t:-,/;Stoolo ' B'. C.:'if'
r   GEARY'A 7DQYLE.y; y^
y Liveai,;-.-Fcecl &: Sale Stable.,
' '■'■/ li'prt, Sfcoic B.C. .'/ "..   , y
Rotfiiliir   Daily ,Sl,a»c, ineets  ail
triihiH itl.'PorL yi.ccie'.JiinoLion.
SADDLli: & 1:,ACK HOKSE?  .:
yi.TuesdayjyMareh' 24th '.va? thu two-
''huiidretUii fuiniver.-ary of the "Parlia-
iiiet'jls'of Eng'laud and .Seotland,
/;/' lifitish Goltimbia. and more esjjecial-
ly tlie.Ivdpteiiays =utl:er from the labor
t'foiibiesiii the Crow's Xcst Piun.
¥, ,i
/.Tuek/'Tlibmiisou has recovei-'ed from
his yfiielc/spell, al the hospital and re-
ti),rne'd,to hiis/can)p on Wild florsc.     ^
,'/'Teddy 'Wai-ron' is making 'prepar-
alloiis-to : lxiffin his usual pro.s|ie<:ting
/pilgTinia/ffO ii)l,o tho'hi lis.
Because n l^ ^lG ^^ qwniii-.v.
BecaUSC '! '•'' ^° ln<-'sli lasting chew
Because  ■' i^'ht- l.iroosl liiy li »rarln
10 or li'm. pliii>.
Because ll'(; ,rtyv' fll'c ^-alualjle  lor
jji-i>tii iiiiii-- until Januftry
1st,   1905. '    ,
Because Wl> ^nftranioe, every piny.
and, '      ,
Because your dealer  is authorized j
to reliiiid yottr'iDoney if you
, are not sijj,infied.
c Tun Emoirk Toit.\(x:o Co., Ltd.
iylj\Tils"/:iraiis:b"iiiwill drive"doi'ne jiiliiig
to onhti'go and 'protect bis log'tf'11!?
l)iioni'foryhtsDiill at Wasa.     i  '  '
);, WiLh/y ilio fio-dl strike su-UIliI md
pleiit.y .iif eokolor Mnnltets biismo-,-- tn
1)01.-1) lOast and .West. /Kootenay, should
miivO to t.liehlti'h-pressiire.iioUih.' ''"!":"■ ■
y   Oflice and Stable;    •
' ''Corncv.of',''„" ...     -'■' . ",     ■>'  ;   -. ,. "
y;Garbraitlf;au^,j;rtiz;erSti'OOt;sjy .-
.; ;;   v.F6rt Steeie^-B, G.■■-, , ■■
".'■'-   OFFICE-DAYS: ■', -/Monday..   T.hu'rs-
. day and Satui'ibty'at Steele.y .
. ' .Mr. aiid Mrs. Kraser, /Mrs. T aanhaus-
et', the M isses . 'faeiihansei' ithd , .VI iss
.Aniiie Dtirt'(;k'visited tlie log'£iif}£eamp
at. Dovleville'Simdav.,/    v       '.'. .'..."•
1 Missoiii-i-.TiVfilc'tind Giisy/Sniith. have
itikoii their loy-g'ing' teams and tools yt.o
work at the. Brad ford camp on   the': St..
.M.arvs. - "'• ' ■', :,•.   ^    ;.-:^-    ";:';'.,..: -,-y
v.Tli'e past | winter; .has - been, ..unusual,
not only for'.tlie dopl.li of snpwi but also
for ..th'eV.faet:. that .there litis; been no
.Ttiniuo'V' ilmw iioreliinook'. yyy'y
;!-:. ."Ci- Smith, MiL.A.. left for .the
.(.'bast/ Friday to/attend..tho. session of
the Provincial Legislating.;■' lie is accompanied 'by. ..Mrs. Smith.-   ■'■■■■    .-.._   . / ;-
I2X.\.\I1N.\T1UN     I'VIl      ASS.VYKltS      I^OK
r.ioK.vci: To phactisk in itiuvrsii
y NOTICE.' 7  ,    ' ;/    -,
Take tiotio'e thitt   J   intend   to'ttp])ly
SO days from date, thereof to .the, Chief
Commissioner'of  Lands  iv Works .for
a ..special license, to i/iut. aiid eaiiry awrrf'
timVjpr fi'om't.he-foUowinc- tract of kind
lying-'it)' SouLlieasi.-, ivonti.inay .I'lisirict:-
commencing   at ,a ..posl.   iiutrkcil fi., IC,
- Ne\vall's- southeast/i'Oi'ner, plan fed on
.   easi, sidriof Hri'Wery   Greek;   th.-tici: .-.-0
/ehains iiortii.   tlience  So' chains   v.i-,,<.
theneeSOcliains siiiitli, -thiriice ui> «.'• 1;;111j.—
east to place of beginning-,      ■    -
"■'    ':"■- 'D.' K. NLWALl.y
Manage!-; Cro'niu.- oi': the St. Eno-ene
mine, who" is now iii Spokitne. is reported as making-'''-preparations toy,re-,
siim<> work mi the property at. an,early.
date.;"    ' ■ .       ,  ■     y,,-' ...-'.
..During, the coining- spring several
million i'eet, of logs will-bo floated down
I in- Kootenay ri ver ' t(j W'ai-rl nor. there'
saw iit") into lumber, and shipped to the.
Xorlliwfe-i markets.     „    ■   '      .'
IS'    \CCOUD.\NCK   with   suction   l-J ol   tliu
IJiiii'iui  of   i\]uiu-.   Act,   liMiiiuiiiiiluiis   for
f   ( niciciicy in llit1 pr.iflire of its-uviii;; will bo
liold in NoNon li C, on "iVtli April, IH0.I, mirl on
■such foliirwiiifrdiiy^. us innv lie rouiul ucucsary
. i nil nice for iiiivi'\-iiiulu,iiioii must be iniulu
iii wiitiiif,' to tlie Socroiury of tlio Hoiinl of Jit-
iimniLi'-. ,u Ioiisl sovon diiys lioloio ilm Usiti"
f.srit foi befriiiiiinir ol cxaiiiiiiiilioii, uiiil must be
iiti oni| allied liy Uie pic^r'rihert tee (»l."0
'llir exiiuuiiiition 1(111 consist cliiullv of the
pniLticil iissnviiiir oi samples, mill while the
Dej n imeut of Mines ivill pun ale ul! the iip-
pui mis uiiil clioiim ills usually neccssuiy. it
will not niiduiiiiku to punule anv spiviul oi
unu'-uil appll.inees or elieinicals which might
be-(nihil loi .ind it a cmulid.itc sliuulit icrtuiie
.sucli lie will have to pinurle them at Iiis own
1 C indiilatcs must providu tlieiiisoivt'i with
sudi platinum w.uc .unl sets of weights a-.
ihc» in iy rcquiu'
"IIh Dep.ii'tmom ot Mines will iiialre no
chaise for the use of clionuciils oi iippaiiilus,
lull i r inilidiite will lie chuiirod foi all bi-enlt-
iiUtsri iiiiii(;ces<;ai,v loss eaused b\ Iimm.
. An\ lddiiioniil infilliiiiition ilcnoil nmy lie
obtinitil 11 om 11 CniiiiK'hiiL'l, .Secii'i.uy. Hoai'il
of 1 \ uiiiiums   S'lcloiui. c,
)'.  C. PUlOlt
Minirlt )' ui' Miw a.
Di/iuilnienl ol' Mines,
f      I irtoria.' li.C. J ilh Manli. JiH/H.
S'laUe   noliee   that   tiiirtv   (invs  al'lei'' north SO chains, ihence cast SO  ehain>
wc-l SO chains, llience north 80 eliuins,
ihence eti.sl Si) ciiaiiis to point of. coin-
lneneomeill. »
.lud.son Ij. Lanole.s., Loeiiior.
^\^. .1. Langley, Agent,
October -'nd, 1902,     ,
7. Coniineneing at the iiortiiwest
coi-ner of George .Iudi! and lieing the
southwest eorner poist ot William J.
Langley, thence ea^t SO cluiins, iheiice
north 80 ehain.s, thence west, So clmin»,
thence south SO chaiiis lo poinl of com-
William J. Langh^y. Loeiiior.
ncti)bei'2i)d. 1002.
S. Commencing at, the norlhwe.sl
corner ul George .rudd and being the
soul beast corner post ol Robert L. T.
(Tiilbraith. tiienee west SO chains,
ihence north SO obain-i, ihence east SO
chains, Ihence south SO chains to point
ol commencement.
Robert Ij. T. (lalbrailh. Locator.
W. .J.'Lunglfy.   Agent.
' October Uinl, li)02.
0.    (Jommoncing   at    the   northwest
corner po"l of George Dougln.-..   ihence
eaM SO cliains. ilience soutli SO  chains,
to William .I. Langley's nort beast   corner thence west SOehains. thenor.tiurth
St) chains io,point of commencement.
(leorge Douglas/Local or.
\V. .1. Langicy. Agent.
Ociober 'Jnd. MI0-2.
III. Commencing til tlie northwe^
corner of Geoi-ge IJotig-las and being-
ihe north east (•(ii-no'i' post ol Sarah if.
(btlbraitb. tlience -'until SO chains,
thenee west SO cliiiin-., tlience north SO
cliains. ihence Oii.st SO "cifaiiis to point
of commencement. u
.Sarah L. fi.ilbraith. Locator.
W. J. Laugle,\, Agent.
Octobei- L'nd. li)02.
11. Comnicticino at the northwest
eorner of George Douglas and beiim
the soulliMust cornerpo.st, ol James' D.
Gordon, llience nortli SO chain-*, thenee
ea.sl SO chains, llience south SO chainn.
thence west SO chains to tlie point of
James D. Gordon. Locator.
W. J. Langley.  A«!'iil.
Octobei-l'nd. lill)^.
12. ('ominencing ut, tho uorthwe-,)
corner of George Douglas and being
tlie -.oittlieast corner post of llug-h
Watt.   Ihence* wesl  SO   cliiiins, ilience
Tho besi .-ind cheapest meals in the country,
are lo be lound in tin- diniiio room. No Chinamen allowed iu the kitchen The bouse is run,
upon Cosmopolitan principle.-.mid the prospector
with his jiack is jii-t a- welcome sis'the millionaire with hi.-, roll.
Evory «ruost l-oceivos 1lio host cttro niid pi-oleolioji.
Tho Liquors tiro Ilio hr.M in town.
D. McNeisli
Port    Steele
Brewing    Co.
•  ,,       'FORT STEELE,  B. C.  '
i     ' 'i rj ' *
Bottled beer for family use a specialty
JWLutz & Scott, Prop's.
P. O.  BvX 8!2
r'McDERMOTT & B0WNESS *. • "        1.
The   Leading  Wholesale   Liquor Dealers in the   3
fe   Kootenays.
We handle only the llKST
HiiubOl Licjiiors unci <'i»nrs.
\\re.sell Schlil/ Jleor. hV-rnie
Hcer. Iiins' Ale and (Uuin-
nesscs Stout.
All   Mail   Orders   Promptly   Attended   to
Cranhrook-.  B. G.
■ < ibrei'viny-. iier.soii.s poinl. init- jihi(;eH
'ivl'i.■•)•>' tliey y-athered biiltereups on the
; lu'ih ' Mareh" kisl year while thisyvear
tiie 'Sl.orni-be;Ui'ir eayuiie i* pawioy- ;l.
fool ii;" s'iiow to isi'l a bile ol' id'i'iiy f4'i':iHS.
(miii^ Lo tin.-, recent  ivariu   weutlier
ithe Kooti'iioy has (.'oiniueneed   I.o, rine.
„,,,,.., ■ i The"rivtr i.s"several" inches  nljove,. low
Dated-March 4,.lyo:>, ^ . .• Hi'       ^.()1(.t, „ml:k] .ul,lij- t)l,» tJ|„.i|Ls coiainue
 "' " ! > (triii, will rise considerable duriny. the
'. ■  NOTICE. ,
Take nocii;e that. I ini'-mi to-apply
30day3 froin .date Llierco! to uie O'lii.-f
Commiarfioner of Land.-t A .WorK--. for1.,a
special license to cut a'ud <-u:-r\ :iw-,,y
timber from • .tlie 'I'olluuiii^ u-.-n-i
of. land lying in Soulheu.nl.-, Kootenuy-
DlBti-iet^.comiuene.i'nft- at. a po.si iimrifiJ
D. -Orifllth dOiitliinasl. corner pluoU-dnn
the cant wide of Brewery Cro-lc. Iliciie."
.til) chiiirm nort.li, t li.:iice .'f0'i.-hdini. west,
tiienee 80 i:luirn.i south, ' liein.-i- xoi'liiiin-.
hiihI. Ui.pln.ee of bee.inniiifj.
I). (!■!■{ I I'l-'ITiL
-     Dated'March •!.  l'.to:!1. In
next fuw daw.
;'lJave.f "ril.fith lues declared all winter
iha.i tliere is'h-).^ .-now in the inoiintiiius
iliis year l.biin iwnnl. liot.wil linl.and inc-.
Uie uniiHUiii depLli in the valley. I'er-
-,<.iiri who' liiivi: rn;ide l.ripM into ill)'
nifiiint.iiiii.s i-i-eent Iy . .say i.hut •,: lie is
ricfuf.   f ■■'.■■
of (.'.haraeler and' ^ond reputal ton in
each slate (one in I his cnuiily i eq uii-eil
.b/liti l.-'itinpln:! I. rcl u nidi,'il urine; I lie
wi'.el:. irom Kn;j;l:iiid. Mr. < 'auiplnd I is
u seion.ol' 1 lc nobility nnd In lime will
be. i'lil-ii iilicil Sir John ('.'niiiphell, lint
t.ln'je. (in i/iic'ialii.ieii I ii* vi"- no olini'iiis for
tin- yoiine man; lie will •■nnnyf in
i-.-iiirhiiii: nnd' v.-111 -:i J - i'n t -< i 11 j.'. in the
Wen).  .    '    '.. ■,•''•
Win. I'lirlin received a iiii'sh;i(.;i.'siuiii'
lime iifii that Iiis imil her nl Wilmer,
Minn.,   wiis   ti.it    likely   to livi.;, and lie,
to   represent   and   advertise  ,,|d esti, b- | w ■   (       |()i.   {u          , t,„,.(. (1„ ,t,.eo.,i,t ot
.Hhedweallhy business bouse   nl _w,]„i |   , ,,,,„..,,„,,,. „„ ri,..-,r.,i.l«.    Since , ben
tlnaiie.al,   standiou1.       Siihiry     . Jl.( li     , ,       ,,.,,,,iv,,,| ■„.,„.,, ,„„t slie  was   oui
wceUly, with   expenses   iiddiliimal.   iill'
payali'le in  casli   diiV-ci   eneii   Wedni.'i-
day from head olliees. Ilorse nnd
<:rtl'riiiyi". * furnished when lieei's.-iiry.
Uoferetic.es. ■ Kiioione self-addressed
envelope.    Colonial Co.. '.I'M   Dearborn .
St., Chioaxo. j -lo luti;
(.1 ilanyeiv
Tin.' London loud Cjiiolalioiis
show ;i di-o|i (ii* 1,(111 sliillin^s
f'fVmi tin.' liis/liosl   point,   ri'iiciied
ilale we tlie undersigned tiilend lo
apph to tlie^Assi.sliiul ('oiniiiissioner of
Lauds and Works for Ihe Disti'iel ol
South F.asl ICootcnsi.v for licences lo
pro-ped foi cii,i 1 and petroleum on tlie
follow ill" described lands -ilnatc Kim
Of Lot LIS!) iind norlh ol 1 li<- l'liilliead
[Iii oi in (In- said district.
r 1 ('ommi-nciiii! :U a posl planted mi
a uii'li llowiny soutln-rlv into the
Flu) l)i ad I liver and boiiijj Isi'itc Biddy's
Soutiieast corner pus), tlicine Wesl St)
cliains. thenee iiorlli .SO chains, thence
east 10 eliuins. t lience  sonlh   SO  chains
to point ot eoiuiiiei men).
'I»aae Brie^.s. Locator.
■    ' .        VV. .1   Latifijey, yvu'eni.; ■
' . Oc'l.olier L'nd . lUO'J. -.'     ..
■ li. (./Oiiiuienciiit!' at Ilie southwest.
corner1 of isaiic. ■ Brige-.s- niid beiiiji-1,1'ic
iKu-l.liwc.Ml. eorner post of John 'IX A llan
thence east, S.I I chains. I.hrcnpe souili «ll
chains, Ihence. wesl Wi chains,, thence
iiorth-Sn chains to point of commence,-:
ment.   ."'    .loliil.l). Allan. Loealoi'.
VV, .1. Lull"ley.   Ae-eiil,.
Octiiber 2nd,  l!H')2i ■
'J. ( 'oiuiiieiicini: at, I.lie Hoiil.liensl
.corniu- of Isaac !!rie;.;s' ,'ind belli"- I lie
north wesl.1 corner post of Lemuel I..,
Linie'ley, thenee south W) i'lin ■in'ts.,! Iienee
iiasl HI) chaiiis, llience noi.-l.h M0 <• 11n.t11.->.
t In Mice west, HO cluiiiiM iii point' of im iii-
I .i-mtii-l  I ,.  I .iiiieley,- Locator,
.\V. .l.'Liiiiyle.V! A;.en|.
Oetobei'L'nii.   Mill-*.
•I.' (.'oiiiiueiiciii^, al the northeast,
corner of Lemuel l.n.iie-leys and bcine:
the soiitheiisl eqriier posr of .lames W.
Adams, tiienee west 80   cliaiufi,, theaee
llience south SO chains lo   Ilie   point  of
Hu»h \\ratl, Loe:itor.
W. ,1. Luneloy. Agenl.
(Iciolier l'nd. I Mi'.
I.'!. ('ominonc.ino, al Maud Limn ley's
northwest corner posl. thenee cast So
chains, thence south St) cluiins lo a
poinl one half mile east ol .lames D
Cordon'- northeast corner, tlience west
SO chains, thence nortli SO chains to
point ol coinineneeineiit.
Maud L)tii»ley, Localor.
W. .1. Langley, Ajj,eni.
Ociober .'iril. inn:!.
1-1.    Coinmenc.iiient Maud Ltm<fley's-
northwest, corner and be.inj'- Arthur AV.
V()'well's northeasre'orii.er post, theiiee
soutli.80 chains,- Ihence west 80 chains,
thence nort.li.SO chains, tiienee. east SO
eliuins to the point of cuinincncenieii!.,
,, Arthur VV; Vowell, l.ocaldr.
W..I. Lun^ley',-Ajfoni'.
(Jeliilier::ird, V.Hr'f \f-
. 15.-   (.'ouunenciii);' at Maud  L.'tiitfloy'H
northwest,, corner   and     Indue-    .laines
< Ilai-k'.s.si'iul.li Wnsl. coi-iiei;   post,    llmuett
east, 8,0 cliaiii.s^tlieiice north HO   cliiiins.
thenee wesl, SO cluiins, thenee south   80
cliains lo the point of coiniiieneeiiieul.
.laines ( Mark, Locnior.
\V. .J. Laiie'li'V, Aj.:<;i,it.
October vlnl, IlililV '   '
lli. <'oiiiuH.-neiiiM-at Mittid Lnn'cJey'H
iiortliwesl.coi-ner iitid l.ii'iu).'- Arthur VV.
■ loiies soiitlieasl. corner post,- tliouce
wi'st HO eliuins, i.lionee nurlh SO chains,
thence cast SO chains, thence south SO
eliuins to point ofCotninetieeinenl.
A i-i.liiii- VV.' .loin-.s, Loentor,
\V. J. .Lanylev, Ag-eiil.
(IOetoboir ord, J'JUl'.
G li N li R AI.    M li IU: 11A N IS
Sole Auenls for ilio
Canton steel
Tins Stkiob i.s ^'iitinuilcod Lo bo nipnil lo Jcksoji's  or   l<*irlliK in all
rTAKf) KO(JK' WoiiK.
Sobio AC'I
- Grows Nest Goal compamv
Gianif owder Goiiano.
Mining   Supplies  a  Specialty.
AkoiiI.s for l.ln>   MAS8I0Y    llAliRIS    CO.1,   Limited."      ,
'Farming,   Implements.
Port   Sfeele
Meat Market
H. THIRY. Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Iland.    ,


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