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 Uiooriior'i Utfl����  / /  r^nsuyyi-LTiiu\rij^ni\nj\ririnrir\j\nn.:^-  j_!       .MINTKUAI.   I'HDDUCTION   OI-'      '3  21     r.AS-r kootknay division     p  S / IN   l!��il      $2,850,289 ,p  ���,.iiiiJ\iiJi!jruiiu'Ci\Juijijnsurui!i^^  njvyr\r\nsy\nni\nnf\jniytt  .MIXKKAI.   I'llOUL'i "HON   Ol-" P  Itl'iTJSll   COLU.MHJA   IN   11*01 'S  S20,713,501 *.jj  V07. cS.  V^CWr STBBLB, 13. C, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 190  i*>  No IS.  New Advertisements To-ctay.  ��� oriiisli CwInnitiiiir.:-��~'l-H,i*y Co.. l.ul-  Hop Yuen, I.iuil Kin Co   .P.W -1  .'   *'     -I  \r ______���_  *  "ur- "M1 NKl\'?Yi:r ~ F^Q'AT--- ���%  vji-*jii��iii��iJ��i*s-3-j-��y'  . The Knob Hill group of mines  is one ol" ihe most promising  properties in the district. A  strong bodv of ore is being  o]KMied up%  As regards gravel mining in  South Kast Kootenay there is  much renewal o1' activity.     ' ,  The Good Hope mine' is situated in the Pureell range, in  what- is considered the copper  belt of the St. Mary's river .district.  fl  The d(Tinand for copper is  strong evidently and supply  short, in comparison, and these  .conditions will result0 in an advance* inevitably.  Although   not] much   talk*' is  heard about the big iron deposits  ,on'   Bull    river,    the.  communications   received    from     option  seekers point' to the fact that the  deposits of'iron   in .South  East  Kootenay are q,f sufficient extent  to demand attention."  *     The   coming   mouth   will   see  the starting  of a  heavy movement towards  the development  of-iron properties'in this district  '    An      erroneous      impression  exists in some quarters that good  mines are not to be fotunt[ in   the  main'range of fhe, Rockies,   but,  developments at the Estella  and  a Tigor-Poormau mines are/* doing  much to dissipate this idea.  .   .Perry creek placers.   An eastern  company   has  purchased   a  largo tract of good ground which  ���will be opera!ed under the  man-  'agement of C. ,R. Moore.  Prom.all indications fhe general mining business in this' district for the present year will be  far greater than over before.  One of tho coming' mining properties of South 0Eaf,f  Kootenay  is    the    Tigor-Poorman   group.'  Active   work   will   commence as  ��� soon as the season permits. s  History is repeating itself in  the matter of fhe development  and progress of placer mining  on Wild Horse crook  '.The prediction is made that  the approaching summer will  see' marked activity in mining  on the cast side'of the Kootenay  i-iverc in the main range of the  . Rockies.  ]t, has been iufimaled that  South East Kootenay may yet  see the inauguration of the most  elaborate smelting works in  British Columbia.  The mining industry of South  East Kootenay will forge ahead  rapidly during the coming  summer.  The mining outlook for 1002 i.s  such as to encourage all in this  line of business and to push wilh  all their energies the properties  to successful; results. ^  It appears/certain that South  : East Kootenay is.tu have a large,  addi tion to i ts weal th p rod doing  industries as soon' as the big iron,  deposits of the. district are-developed.'  Speculation is rife as to what  is happening at the North Star  mine. ���. . Something is going on  there. It seems tcf'bo the general opinion that a large ore  body has been encountered.  Soutli East K bo ten ay has  reason for feeling proud of the  past record of its mines.  The  biggest  sensation   of the'  week   and    from    an     unknown  source, is to.the effect thai* a big-  deal   is   on   for   the purchase of  the  big   iron   deposits  at    Bull  river.  The past week has.been very  prolific in regard to rumors of  several large deals under con-  _teinplai,iojij.n>his^distHcb_       Fourth Contingent.  Reoruils from Fort Sleele for  service in the Fourth Contingent  left on Tuesdays stage for the  Junction, where they were  joined by those from Nelson,  Rossland, Slocan City and Cranbrook. A' special train will convey them through to Halifax,  where the whole force will be  mobilized.  ���MrnmrnwrnimnmrnfTwrimmYmm*  I In Tunnel and Stope |  WASA   MINERAL  CLAIM.  Not far distant.on Wasa creek-  is'the Wasa owned by Messrs.  Hanson. Haupf and others.  This claim has been considerably  developed in the past, the tunnel  is now in 120 feet with, a considerable amount of ore in the face.  The annual assessment work for  the year has been completed.  MINING   ACTIVITY.  ' ���  .  O  As spring advances work, in  the mines in the vicinity of Fort  Steele goes'gaily Vu. Prom all  of the camps there arrives word  of incieased activity.  VIKING  AND  CKESSENT.  These claims are now being  developed by Messrs. Williams  and Shillman. The showing is  an excellent one/ .Thefunnel is  now in some 70 feet. The claim  apparently takes iu one of the  leads of the Estella.  TRACY  CREEK. "-      '  , This camp i.s situated on the  east side of 1 he Kootenay river  twelve miles no'rih of Fort  Steele. Copper and lead* wilh  gold and silver are at present  the sole metals represented in  tho camp. The Estella mine has  been worked continuously during  the winter months.' Development work on the Wasa. Viking,  and Crossenf, and a property  owned by Mr. Shira is now go  ing on. It is expected that  work on the Towa will commence  in a few days.  , t  LARGE  ORE  BODIES.  Considerable prospecting will  be done this summer between  Sand creek and Bull river. It  is the opinion of many prospectors that there are large bodies  of ore in that region. So far a.s  developed the ore bodies scorn to  widen out as depth is obtained,  and fhe values are ' much increased on tlie lower levels. A  considerable amount of supplies  left Fort Steele, last week- for a  camp in the vicinity of Sand  creek  star group.  No word has been received a.s  to the operations on the Star  group of claims, the properly of  the Bull River Mining Company.  A small force has-been at. work  all winter engaged in developing  the property. .Mr. Kesler the  manager, is now in Spokane and  will be'here in a short, time,  PERRY   CREEK   PLACERS.  The Perry Creek Mining Company are making 'preparations  for active operations as soon as  the season will permit of placer  mining.  The Thompson outfit are again  af work on tlie deep placers in  the old channel on Perry creek..  WASA    NEWS.  May day whs celebrated at  Steele by a, ping-pong tournament.  Quartz miners are already beginning to .come info the district  and every indication points to a  season of great activity.  An  Ideal Place   for Outing.--Installation of Power and Electric  Works.  Wasa is one of Ihe most, flourishing points, in South East  1?~ooTom(y7^TluiTfiT"is" an"ideal  oui ing place is bourne out by the  steady inllux of visitors from  Tracy, Marysville, Cranbrook  and Fort Steele.-  A tendency exists among a  few io look-on��� the gloomy side  of conditions in this section.  This is''not' so .with Mr. ^N.  Hanson Ihe owner of the future  town'of Wasa. His constant endeavor is to impress other* with  the "idea that'improvements in  business,' will increase business.'  Mr. Hanson has made wonderful improvements at Wasa. -- He  has constructed a dam 00 feet in  length iind Iii feet in depth on  Lewis creek, and now has a  cheap and efficient, water power  capable of supplying power for  electric lighting or 'mill purposes. He has installed a Pel ton  water wheel, which is connected  with the reservoir by a pipb line  of-WO feet with a fall of 100 feet,  A power house has been constructed, and dynamos for  electric lighting of the big hotel  and stores, will be installed upon  their arrival. A large hay shed  ���22'by SO has been built." A'  glance at the surroundings' at  Wasa.would.be sufficient to. convince any reasonable being that  there is a great future for Wasa.  I' CT �����  Mill to Start Up.  , The sawmill at Wasa will commence sawing on Monday next.  xYbout?;i inil.lion feet of saw logs  are in the yard ready for sawing  The stock of dressed and rough  lumber on hand amounts lo  850,000* feel.. ' ' Arrangements  have boen^ completed for the  transportation of lumber by,  steamer to Wardner.''The steamer North Star1 is expected at  Wasa during the coming week.  A    RICH ''STRIKE.  The Aurora Has Three Feet of Solid  Galena.  Moyie, May i'.���Within the  last week another strike has been  made on the Aurora mine which  is situated across tho lake from  town. If being too wet to work  in the main tunnel, the owners  started some surface work about  three hundred yards to the north  west of tho funnel., .There was  no surface cropping, but on sinking to a depth of five or six feet  a vein of solid galena three feet  in width was encountered.  The ore is of a, high grade and  the discovery demonstrates more  clearly than ever that the  Aurora vein is the same as the  St. Eugene whieh passes under  the lake.  The property is owned by Tom  Rader, Captain Sanborn and O.  J. Johnson, and it is their intention to thoroughly develop it.  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  The Moyie Lumber Co's mill  is now running steadily ' and  turnint;' out. some line lumber.  The new manager of the  company is expected,' shortly  i'rom t He east. ���--'.*���.  ���Charles Far roll, owner of the  Society Cirl returned from a  visit: to Spokane on Tuesday..  Rev. Mr. Fortune of. Cranbrook was'in .Moyie last Sunday  and preached to I lie Oddfellows  in tlieii- hall.  Fred Smith." editor of the  Moyie Leader is visiting '.Kaslo  and other West Kootenay towns,  this week'., .  TowiisiU: of.'Fernie.'  A.   bill   has   passed   its second  reading in the  Provincial Legis  lature, confirming ail agreement  between ihe Crown and the  Crow's Nest Coal Company., respecting certain lots sold in the  town of Fernie, prior to the  selection by the Crown of one  fourth of the block's and lot.-, in  Fernie.  .=~.rPo avoid-Connjlicatien.-iaii-rarrangement has been made be-  teen the Crown and fhe Crow's  Nest Coal Company, Limited,  that the latter should purchase  the Crown's interest in lhat portion of the townsile which has  been sub-divided for the sum of  &lfi,.S00, iind should ' convey  block 12 (school site), block 2H  (reserve), and lots -I and u, block  11 (jail site), to the Crown. '  PIG    LEAD"  Turned Out by the Trail Smelter.  Tlio lirst pig lead, the product  of ore mined, smelted and ���re-  tined in Canada, has been produced by the lead refinery erected by the Canadian Smelting  Works at Trail.' and early in the  present'month the plant will be  in full operation' with sufficient  capacity to refine all the. present  output of the work's at Trail. It  is the first and only silver-lead  refinery in the Dominion, and its  product is the highest grade' of  manufacturing lead.  Ping Pong at Fort Steele.  From the standpoint of an onlooker the ping-pong tournament  of Thursday evening was indeed  a success. Everybody seemed  to be out to enjoy themselves,  and outside of the games themselves,' sociability reigned ��� supreme; if would be difficult to  tind a pleasanter crowd any-  where.  To begin with a great, deal of  trouble had'been, taken by the  ladies for some days before hand  to have the decorations and  comestibles absolutely perfect  and' this ,was accomplished to a  high degree.   '  The ��� afternoon tea, the sit  down dinner at. the hole.l and fhe  really artistic supper, served nt  the club were excellent specimens of a form of hospitality  hard^to beat, and the cooking  was a great tribute to the accomplishments of the ladies.  The writer is today, in a poor  condition (due to the enticing  luciousness of the viands) 1o  really do justice to this section  of the entertainment, but fhe  hope is indulged that later on he  may be permitted to express  himself in adequate .form.  - The tournament began with a  great disappointment, as the  visitors from Cranbrook. on account of the rain were unable to  attend, but on account of the  numerous "Hayseeds" in town,  a match was arranged between  them and the "Sidewalkors"  which after a most exciting and  brilliant exhibition of play resulted in' the victory of the  "Clodhoppers" by one point.  This was entirely due to the  superior play of the feminine  portion of players.  Subsequently two visitors arrived from Cranbroolc and a  handicap was arranged, prizes  for the winners of ladies and  gentlemen sets.being given; this  brought out some really good  play which resulted'after some  close exciting scenes in the victory of Mrs. Harvey for the  ladies and Mr. Wallinger for the  gentlemen. '..  After the "ping-pong"' was  oyer, sociable games were indulged'in'and the.fun grew.fast  and furious, until two o'clock;  '���Blind jMatrs Bull"' being.conducive of excellent recreation  and funds of amusement..  After singing Auld Lang Syne  and Cod save fhe King the company dispersed, wilh'I he knowledge of-having been present at  the most, enjoyable event held in  Steele.  TriK Onlooker-.  qj^rLfiiTru-uvTrainj-uTJ^^  I Late Telegraphic News |  Sped:.I to The J'rtospKf-rrm.  NEW AUTOMATIC BLOCK   SYSTEM  Chicago. Ilk. .Miiy.i^-jjJ" raih  road circles much interest is  manifested in'Mie result of tests  now being made on the Chicago,  .Milwaukee it St. I'aul road with  a new automatic block syetem.  ft is claimed for the new system  that it .cannot fail to prevent  collisions and ��� other accidents  when engineers disregard or fail  to see signals. The mechanism  i.s so arranged that whenever  engineers pass into a section  that is blocked against liim an  automatic device sets the air  brakes and stops the train. This  device is operared by a battery  of springs, which are wound up  by the vibratory motion of the  rails as- the engine and- train  pass over them. ", Accordingly  there .is no dependence on electricity, .which is not trustworthy  in bad weather.  MORGAN'S GREAT COCP.  ' New York, May '3.���Naturally  .T. Pierpont Morgan's great coup  in forming the giant steamship  trust has' aroused world-wide  comment, btlt there is one  phra&e of the .combination of  special interest, to New Yorkers,  particularly thoso ' connected  with the mail service. ��� These  have expressed the hope that  the Steamship Trust will arrange  'for daily sailing ol"steamers, in  order that there might bo a  European-mail every day. The  hope,, however, is not likely to  be realized. ��� Steamship men say  .it is impracticable.* There are  now steamers that sail Tuesday,  Wednesday. Thursday and  Saturday - and' in future thetre  will be Friday sailings, to the  horror of those superstitiously  inclined. Sunday on account, of  its religious character i.s out of  the question aud Monday i.s objected to because of its inconvenience to steerage passengers.  AMERICAN        POLO        PLAYERS  ABROA'l).  London. May 3.���The. American Polo Association team lined  up for its first practice game today on the Ranelagh grounds.  Considerable apprehension was  felt in the team ranks over the  illness of Foxhall Kcene,'recognized as the ablest of American  players, but Mr. Keene has so  far recovered as to be able to  take part in the preliminary contests and undoubtedly will- be  seen in the " international  matches.  . Polo enjoys such a wider  measure of popularity in England than in America that it is  difficult for Americans to appreciate fhe keen inlerest manifested in the approaching international contests. When the  first international match was  played in 18s(i, polo was comparatively new in America, and  it was1''-not''surprising- that the  Newport team succumbed to the*  experience, of England. Since  that time,-'however, the sport in  America has made such rapid'  strides', that Mr. Kcene; and his  foi low-players arc expected to  give the crack English players a  hard tussol for tlie international  honors*.  AMERICAN���'-CAPITAL   ABROAD.  London, May it.-'--Not, only is  American oapita.l growing in the  United Status: I'm I..'if .is stretching across the seas. . Many  American .Inlanders, notable  among whom are Pierpont Morgan, are factors iu the.London  as well as in the New York  market. London deals largely  in American securities   and   it is  reported that the Paris Bourse  will list American stock's. The  heavy French tax on stock  transactions will, it is thought  here, prevent this.   , Gun Club_Sb.oot.__    The Fort Steele Rod and Guu  Club held a practice shoot on  Monday. Several good scores  were made though on account of  the hiirh wind which prevailed  the shooting was not quite up to  the average.    Mr. .1. T. Laidlaw  . *���  carried olT the' honors, with  Messrs. Elton and Little tied for  second place.  LUKE    CREEK.  J:  A Mining* Section ol' Much Promiuo.  W. A. Chisholm returned on  Saturday last from Luke creek.  He has been doing work on ��� the  Carbonate"group, one of the big  galena properties in that, section  The, present work however has  not developed anything new.  Mr. Chisholm went back to the  mine on Monday. < t  .]. T. . Laidlaw and Robert  Little were inspecting a number  of properties on Luke creek last  week and ' report* that several  properties in that" neighborhood  will be operated during the coming summer. . -  ��� In the vicinity of Luke creek  there are a number ot promising  properties which''with development promise to make mines of  considerable magnitude.,  Mining* Notes.,  '' There is every (reason lo believe that considerable mining  property will change hands dur-  ing'the, coming season' in fact  several deals of importance are  contemplated. The deal.s if con-  feumatod will " bring, a large,  amount of money ���"into the district and add greatly to the importance of South Easl Kootenay.  From "Windermere , comes  favorable reports of mineral  development. _ A large amount  of rich ore is awaiting the opening of navigation on the Columbia river.  Late reports are lo the effect  that the Sullivan mine will be in  active operation during the  present month.  Work was started on the Carbonate claim on Luke creek last  week. The      owners      will  thoroughly     prospect    the   properly during the coming summer  A larjjo amount of assessment  work is being done on the  different claims in the vicinity of  Tracy creek.  Work is being continued on  the Estella and the property is  improving.  All roads lead to Fort Steele.  There are hundreds of prospects  within a radius of 20 miles,  which will soon begin to attract  attention.   '  News Notes.  The quality of Iho Bull river  iron ores are unsurpassed in the  ma im facta re of; I .esseiner steel.'  ',;, -..The''Crow's'. Nest Pass Coal  Company's interests include  many thousands of.acres' of the  best.'.'steam and coking coal on  tlie;American continent..  The importance of the  presence,of those great iron deposits in, South East Kootenay,  when taken-in' connection with  the immense-coal fields is almost,  beyond com prehension."  Large -.deposits', of excellent  fluxing ores arc'Tound on Wild  Horse creek.  'The operation of the Estella  concentrator, when rebuilt, will  mark* a new era in the development of the mining industry of  the district. . THE PROSPEC'IT)!; "FOflT 'ffFK\Jf   1,5.  (if,  MAY 3,   1002.
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TELEPHONE  NO.  I
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mn fe  :fF)  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, MAY" a,. 1002.  r_��rr"    - --.�����' sa. kui  IF  ������\?Z0#WZtt&X:-  i'l>.\ V.  -MAY ���'!,   \W2.  (il    .  rei'i  ,   <.f   KXIIIUITIOX.  :,! ii*|.    May, , 1.���Nearly  ,,.niriesr of   Europe  are  , (1 al   the   international  (>xhi*    wliicli opened here to-  ,j... i -. ��� 'mwii Prince of the  <;,,. I,, n, '..ijiii e ami Prussia is  Ilio |���,ii-i��ii of Ilie exhibition,  ^���|,i, ',       -,    to     continue    until  ' (),   'ol,'''l   ''"   '1,'Xt  i;i ; ���> i, ��� ''"���! 'y-  ''i'.  |'liii...i"l|)liia.    Pa.,   May    1.'���  T!,e i^vn'-.i-o of in cents a ton in  ��� i       ., ,  .... ......u ...,..',./.���i.ry.xl    ��� I'A���  "I no "pi^t'e ^;r*-rt 111ii i ti*^�� ��v^   *s*jt~.,   ��� cei.tly announced by the  Pen..*-������. lvania and Ueading rail-  :���,, ,,'-. ���,. 'iit ,'mto effect today.  K',,1 .i iiwrea-e will be made on  ���, |��� ,,,-., ,'..vs- of June, July,  An-" * . -.i ' Sept<un'>er, after  v, j,'; ,,' ,;.,. old jirice schedule,  on', ��� Co" prii'-ir lo April 1, will  :\'jz;\ ' i be ill |ol'i*e.  .V|,'V,' <',\-( i.ATI'll'J S'IM'lAJIKIi.  ��� \i,,\\ .nlaiii. May 1.���The new  sviimiu tV.Mirdaii! of the Holland  A.i'civ'ui line mailed today on  ���lu L ,,a-.',.U iv*voyage to New York  T.L.'.Xooj'dam, i.6 a sister ship of  the 17/iiiiain aiid . Potsdam and  v i.- b.tilt.by Messrs. l-Jarland &  \v'oif. il'-lfa-t. She has ,been  $UF> i'i < oiiiinaild of'the com-  in'o'lore of Hie line, Captain P.  H. Bui.\,  ���   I., ,1-i. 'N. R.     ���  -,,, ii)l(   .11   ,J'\'K   LOCUSTS.-  Uf iViupolis, '.Tncl., -May 1.���  Tlii- 'i-, t"e"month set foi-. tire  appearance of the IT-year locust  piavrue..'. .according lo .State  tieoio;.'^'." _ lilatchley.' _ M>-  Hlalcliie'v dik-Jai-QS that Indiana,  ' iilinoi-.. K'euViicky and Ohio will  !-.. 'iiii'e-'.iee villi the plague this  -.inunier iind lhat Indiana Avill  have :',io,- : locus.s than all the  ot'-er eciiiual states together.  ' Ou:v I ..'.stern Illinois will be  ���aiy.ct-.fi nV^iiys. Mauy farmers  has'e (Fa attention to the-wa'rn-  inii and have set out fewer fruit  trees thi-. .V'>ar than usual.  y\o .-U'l.'l.. ���'.��� AXKIOKS'" tlOUKS. '"  ' Ciii'eaoo'.'HJ.^lNhiy 1.���"Bank-  ers" ii^in'^'aie rudely upset by  ,i,1k u",. PhP';:'go Savings Bank",  .wli'i h 'i,7'Mi- d for business today  The ���"��� .'oucorn: acting on an  oi'Vi:.i)i '"lea opens iis, doors at  il ,','f ,, K i.. the niorniiiii'. instead  Qi ;... t',*.* cini'oniarv Hour of 10  :|,-.i ���;. ,.'s i ... do-.' I .hem until (5  oVI-u-.-ra; uii-lii. The bank is to  bc* u. nl o'p'm one evening in the  ���tt-eo*. al..!.-, ' The'long hours are  fold he aiV'wii.mouaiion ol'_ wage  oaruorsV'io-o flay.-' work does  not "ik1 '"iii :' o'clock in the  afternoon or later.  Iiii? Buoy From the Condor.  ��� A ht.1 ���',':���". which belonged to  the !<����� -lo-p of war Condor was  bronvhT,' lf-.Mii SUidgato aboard  the' steamer Toes. Captain  lluiihf '.. v. nich vi>ss(jl reached  I'idi'i' iro'n the,.north. The buoy  -was pidci'd up on the east coast  o'f (Jneen t'liarlotle, Island. The  imino t'ondor is distincly visible  on the buoy.-    ,    J-.li' i.i"i T<oot*" i''i n Car.  .\., i ' -pluiiil weighing more  ,;M u -;ii ..I pounds wa,s 'loose in  1.1,,. ,. .oi,- - c.ir for several hours  t|, . '-,',", night while the  \\;.,���;.,., ,..-,1 mail train No. a was  Voei' I,iv-,'\ve-lwai-fl from Toledo  *,', ^,7 l ,..i���. Tho elephant  V-;1>   . , ': i        I'i'oin   HnlTalo  in a  hll"e "  '   ���  .-   Who.'  niil.-.     i i    Hour    the    elephant  calm1'- ii'i-heil       '  oil"        the  heavy .planks;    The car   had   no  yf.'nd.i'looi's. .'i'ly side   floors,   and  :tlie   Jiprri'tif'd " passenger,.' Ted  ; |'���:,,(',.|,'rivi,.  ii';d' no   diiince.   to   es-  ,-..,-,���(:.     i'-;,.'  '.epliant turned over  SIF:  Ifff   padv-'mg   cases, as if  .',I,(,v  ...���,.I',.'. loVS.     ,      ,   "'  ^  ���\i: 'one. slop    a, ; mbnient _Jylie  n-essidgei- I'y.lled to the trainmen  '.'IT'iiiv' '.vireii iieeatiir for men and  '���Amber"   Plug  Smoking  To  bacco is winning on its merits.  ���'Have you tried it?"    '  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  ���J'oJoscph'.McUunn. J. W. AlcCiinn itml W  A. Iliirris. or lo any person or persons to whom  iln-.v or iiriy or iliein may liavu tiaiisrcrri'd tlioir  orlilsiiiteK'stiiillio'-UiK Ucml Hoy", ' Ilon.'.v  Cimilj". "mu't'ii of Shelia iin.l Ivinif Solomon'  mineral elniiiis. known as tlio "Ool.len Five  Gi'oup" and suuaic al tlie l''oilts of Wild Horse  creek, in ilie l-'ori. Steel-* MIiiIiik Division ol  East Kootenay and recorded in tlio oltlco of the.  Minion Kccorder nt Fort Steele.  You nnd' each of you lire hereby notilied  Unit I linvo expended W.81K) iii assessment work  on the above mentioned mineral claims since  the 8th day'of AiiKUSt, A. D.. IH'.U, under the  pi ovisions of the Mineral Act., Aud if within  ninety days irom the dale of this notice v  fail, or refuse to contribute your portion  .suelf ekpdiidilurcrtoKOtner" v, ith_a"ii "costs"  advertlslnif. your and each of your interests  said claims will become the piope'ny of I  uudcr.siifiicd under Section -I of an Acl entitled  ������An Act to Amend the Mineral Acl. ISIHC'.  Dated   at   I'Vnt   Steele   this   271 li   day  March. 1SKW.  13- C. M. 1'AltICKU.  i, ,    ii-uin  was going C>0  nip.  1,, '-'iiiccty tin; traiii.      The  next stop' 'hey put a bunch"of  bivnanas.,*!..*- ������(���lie car. ; 'The  .eleplilin! w.i!s'lur'ed..i.ul.o its p'rate  arni :.ii. ."i>,"'iitur a\ ff.irco ofcar-  peiite.rs .-'.wli.i-nied' into the car,  rebuilt Uie 'crate and the train  went on west.  FORT  ou  01  or  in  the  of  First-Class  EARM    FENCIN(i  ONLY  30CentsBper ROD  li'OK SALK 11V  THb ONT. WIRE  FENCING CO., LTD.  Pioton, Ont.  RflNGH  For Sale. Rent  or Exchange  Consists of 28:1 uures of Jjoliom land  muudows. two spriiiff ci-uolc. The ranch  is fenced.' dwelling liousc, htnble, cattle  sliedh, root house etc. Title porfout.  lf-you want, a olieaj) ranch or the use of  one for iniprov.emenis, Furiher in-  formution L-'. A.'"Balh, Fort Steele. , '  .      MINKKAl. ACT ISOlV  (KOHM   K.)  '.IKH'I'IKKJA'l'K Of'  IMPHOVKMK.VTS.  NOTICE.  Omduriiuin     mid      ICedivt-.      Mineral  CUaiius.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining;  Division  of South Bust, Kooicnay District.  Where located: About one and one half mile.*-,  N\ \V. from the Pack Uridine on Hull River.,  Take notice ilmtl. David K. Newell, l-'rou  Miner's, Certilleute No -B 4:12*21",. Agent" lor  David Grimth.' I-'ree Minor's Certilieate No.  *'H 1IW48". inland, sixty days Trom tho dale  hereof, to apply to th>- Mininfc Kccorder for a  Certilieate of Improvements, ror the purpose of  ohinining a Crown Grant of the above elaims  And further take notice that aetion. under  section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of rinpiovemeuts. ��  , Dated lhis 11th day of April. A.U., 190*2.  1H- DAVID Is.  NKWI-II.L.  M  .Ooek'i Cotton Boot Compound  Is snocensfnlly naed monthly by oyer  'lO.OOO Ladles. Safe, effectual. Ladies ask  ��� *f your druggist for Cook'* Cotloo Boot Cen-  peoia. like no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations are dangerous. Prioe, No. 1, $1 per  box: No.��, 10 degrees stronger.JS per box. No.  t or t. mailed on receipt of price and two I-cent,  stamps. Tho Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  EC-Nos. 1 and 9 sold and recommended by all  responsible Druggist* in Canada.  No*. 1 imd 2 sold  in   Fori, Steele by  A. W. nieasdcll, Dnip-��'ist.  ASSAYING  , ^C. P. Nicholson.  Pktkkuouough. U. C  (Licensed by I'r.iviiuial Clovernmonl.)  Gold and silvor ��� $2.00  Silver and lead  2.00  Gold, silver and Copper :i.00  Gold, silver, lend and copper..  -1.00  Samples  letl  with   ('arlin &  Durick  will receive prompt attention.  tmuimm��mm��nnunmuw  J. TAENHAUSER  WATCH.MAiCEK  II lid   JEWELEH  KnKrii\ inn  Kiverside Avenue,  Fort Sl.-fli'.   H. ('.  MEN  PERMANENTLY CURED whii,  you work and without jiain. of Gnuor  rhoea. Syphilia. Soxna.1 WeiiUncHb and  till.Private Diseases. X'ai-ii.-oecle ami  Hydrocele cured spoi.-iUl.y. nnd fin-vycr.  No.: knife-and no pain. Our painless  ���solvent .treatment, dissolves stricture  while you sleep witli wonderful rapidity  No <*ul.tingv Ohronii* diseases of I lie  llea'rt, .Stonnudi. Liver, Kidneys ninl  llladdei* eured, to slay cured. Quick  cure ror Gatarrli and iUietnriatisin. ,. If  unable''to call, write. .1 Tome treatment  always successful. Consultation free  and confidential.  Address letters to 'Box 044,  ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE  The Savoy, Cor.   Howard  and  Main Ave. opp. (Jrand Hotel.  Spokane, Wasli.  The Mining Center of Soutli East Kootenay  The taWLT^omt  lYIineral Areas,  and the JYIoart  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  CS-raxing and the  Liuxnlier Industry  are Fromineni  Features of the  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden liailway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith, Townsite office  IWEarysville,,  B. C.  BALE & SMALL,j|{  Proprietors $  Tlie Pioneer Hole!.      Comfortable Bedrooms.  '   First Class Dining Room.  Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele. B. C.  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  The Best Bar In Town.'  .      PI-iOI'ltlETOR.  .��  *  *  *  *  ******K*****��*������***IK******i*< ��� *\^^*S5i.*K-����^********������*  &&&*Mi&#&4frfc000000  00��&&0000000  0%  0*  ,       H  REINEMAN, Proprietor.       Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest   and Most Up-to-date Hotel in   East   Kootenay I1) I K TBckpEGTORy   l<X)liT STEGLF,   ii. F.. .MAY ff 1002.
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cordially invited, fff- ' ■•'
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town on Wednesday.   if ft. -iyf-ffi.
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livid   al.7.I.I -..o'clock, .a.iiv' by,the,
vicar, the Kcv. PL Beeehaiuy.- "•
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'vi^c^v^>& alii,' iiioilteine (liseovered.   Six
7 VW'ar-'oai^J^'rfr^r/r*; njiaraiitccd til cure   all
forms of Sexual Woiikriosiv all ofTnctsof abuse
or excess. Mental   Worry. ExoeP.sive useofTo-
iKicco.Oiiinm or,Stliimlinita. Mailed on receipt.
.of in'iee., one ptickaKO $1, Bi i. $5.   One will jjlaiM,
.six will cure.   1'auiphlets  free to any address.
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7. y;'y>Wi^i<iti iyii erc^pfiB^:',.
FirUiiFAfwFfFiff'yf
f'Ac, large outing .party; xent yup
Wild'Horse^creek Qiv'Sundity:!? 7?
'fffffFf^^tFF-FXWm-iF
y-^Av-oPibkerini^liiin
i 11 to w ir on .Tuesday-. 77'. fyfifff.:
;'y'',.Taines\NeTs'o'ir"came;db
tl ie''Es te 11%, iii i 11 §^:;Tra;ey.y ;;p FFfi
oniiMonfayiFiFFf'y'iFiFFfii
r^^yenmi^vt-Age
was 'alfMrtrysvillepii. Tuesday, f^
'." . .   ffi   ■if,,.      :".     ' (:fr)ff .-■   *^,   ft',''      -,,'     "-",.'■-'■,   .'",.■' 1
-•■Iveo!)' yoiir: eycti;.'-.bp'on*' lii^Vl vli;b »»!-(>y
that': .>vliuii'yyo,u'y:islv7 for. .Perry :D a vis
I.'aink'iUor".vou• jrc.t-,.1 Ci^fc- Bhti.t.;.iinfJ=.'-iiat1,i-
i'njj Oilso. '■', t,.Tse, .•it':,: |i;ro.iii]')'tl.v';.t6-; cm;.o
orunip^ diilrrhwa ;uui iillyothiir -bowel
ooniphiiiit*; in summer." 7 :f.'iy ffff".,:
■. .Bob Dove 7 came c;cV6>vji,..;'.fr,6,nv.
Wild Horse creek- on-We'divesday'
He'brought down sPihe beantiful'
specime'us pf'nickehpre,   tf.f.f:....
i BrockJ. heei- '.'■ fi-pfti,'"'.'l.he; Fpri;
Steele Brewing Go;,: Peruie, will
be oil the mafrket-'May.-l-st. '•■ ■.-■ fff-
Fort Steele
, y.   Diamond Jubilee
Hospital
MISS FOLSON,
MATRON-
,,.        Graduate of St. Lukes HospltiVK .,-■■ y
,, : Vaneouver. H., C'..'
This Institution hiis been .recently
enlarged by anew win^ which' i.s 'now
open for,, reception of patients. "■For
terms apply to      '
M'lSS   l-'OLSOM.      or     .V.  F.  SMITH, rice.
"'Matron.,   ,        ForlSl'-cl.*. Ii.< '..
Editor Simpson, pf tlie . Gran-
btook Herald; .was 'alyvi'si tor .at
.THKyPROSPE'CTbu office5bu Monday. :'f ■''■'" f''''"ffff fi' "iff", f-f [-[■--' -f y
f The ami'ual.yearly ; assessment
workyhas been;dbue on tlie *\ya.sa
mineral claiuiv y      i .'■'■■.:■■ i1-ff.fi.
i^^FfF^FF^F^F^FifoF
chasiMytftbyiieilbly^
1^isjiijlJak6;}y^:!;i;^;;^
:,^"y<3:;eprgje ■^iits'pn'^l) pUlia^ybebn:
fvi&i ti n Ft F &P&1 FFi'fFFFvF
.'tpT;6te0lB'o;iiy:'l-hursda
"y^Hii'HainesyUiid-A^^
.Gi;a librc'ibkjffiyau^
:pongy:;l:estt\yi!'ies7sa1y;7StePlpy7
rThiii'sd?i.y';:(^ven'in^.;.^:;".^,;.^v
'"■i'fff-f f'i     '.'■')'."     '■<■'■'"■■':■•■■ f   fi.fi .".'ff''f
■-■ '•••'■ B. y$.y;Ci.'eig.htbh;ahd7wi fe,:.wVip
.have:beeiV7yisitiug'E. J^Gaphyat
Steele, returned toytlte.Okaiiogan
cbuntrypu ;'Eriday,;y;, f ;.f ■■ ;,-.. t;':;i
.F&fi"Witte/Vjforthpdrt,";? aiid VTy
Hauser/bfy'RoWskpid;,,arrived :at-
Steel6-'bn:Pridav."'   :ifiii"i:'!ifi.ffi"i'i
■ ° Editor, 'and.: .Mrs.- ' (Simpsbny
Craubroolc. , were- visiting at
Steele on Monday, ff        7
T. 6. firmstrona
!   Fort Stkkt.-k, B, G;
^MANUFACTURER   OF'"■
Tinware, Galvanized Iron,, Sheet
'.."Iron,'.  Stove  Pipes,a>iid
Coppcrwaro
BUILDINGS HEATED :iml VENTILATED
I'luinbing, -Pipe' fitting .'ami   all
.kind's'of sanitary work"
Air Tight—Hot Blast Stoves
d   Air    Pines   for
Hydraulic
'!'
Mines
SPECIAL ATTENTION   PAID   TO
JOB WORK.
.   Several   tine, strings'   of- trout
wqr'e captured '.by.lbcaV;tishermen
on.Sundaylast..,     y-...    . ■   '" ; ■;
Nort li Star Lodge,. A. Fv & A'.'
M.. will- -hold its'regular monthly
meeting , 01,1; Tuesday.; evening
next.
ff K.;..-J.* yHigbye u'eturned'y'fronr
Sheep creek. bnyFi'ida.y> ,yv;   '■■:'.;. :
i.iy:'■':[   'East Kootenay Stock..;;;"."'"   ,y
'••: ■':'■"   .'';■■■': .>.;■'•■ ',.',.-*--■' - Askecl.■'"■. 'Bid.
ei-ow's Nest.ci.iai;.;.:.FF■ if 'iFm.oof
■North.Star. F-iiFFff-F 'fy ■■ 123..::
tFf'f'iffF
'""'■tiiy
.'■■:,.,if :,.<>f Silver-lead Quptatioiis.        " " -.'
, ISTew:.Yorlc, May -2ff. v-: f7f*y:f.tf. •:■■..;■;';
Bat- Sliver',. ■.■";,;...■;'.'.■.' ..ff'f,f.f. '■f:f.:i,.f,...f$X..
Mexiwtii dollars, ff.'":..: it..... .f.f 'fi -Al:i:
Eeitd., ,',\; i..,,...' iff: ".'.■: \:.:i..... 'ii.): .fi'Ail
Copper..'..'...,.. .;■..;....;...7.:. ''...fi....'' .'12,*; ■;.'■
"London,'May 2.—Silver,   2-ld: copper,
io2 2s Gd:, load. Xl'l. Hi*. i)d. '" ".f'i-   ■   '
.Sullivan; .fff?'. 'fi'iif.
St.;Eu»-ene y . 7; yy.y.7 f :f.,60f:
;>M:AYyjs-i^yi!Hr^
,'.'';.Beave   l^)i*l.y;Steene;;e,vei;y   Saturday
;;m6nj'iii£-f'^
bdiVoji.eil'rSi.uidsi'y'.'eA^oi
'7 ;JJeii ve°Pqte 1 '1 ijoi'oiig-|i f veVy y,W6(liiesf
day-inofiiin^' at t!;:j.ui. ^L^VjTi.ye^ilyFoi;!:
ri(:ecii.OyT]i u rsdViyeyeii in<r'f.fi ifffffy f
.y;k'oi*,yPasseiiffF -■ '■ui'. i-Ipxpres-Hjyrittos
fFFFiFiiFFfiF^FFi^
fFiit$&^
.;:'F.ort;;Steeie"and^Pefceril6rouM.-:f
y-'-:'1:'^*':.. ■-■:■.■■.[.'.   ., ■ y: ,■  7*7 ..y^y-y 7 ■; ■ y yc ■•::■' ■;'
yffifffiMlXK ivXf'ii: APT,1 'i'Siik* J; 777' ff
ffififii,', 'f':'if.t^.']{:}"vffi:fi -if '■' '■'■ fi ■ ''ff;
i;.''-'.,"-Si'''(/Bii,.iVi'KioATK':'Qi'''rMi1 i'
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„7    .•
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PbtterU 60 Ltdt
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VICTOKIA, B. C.
.'-"Ff-f't f'i[.-fi. ti.
7. ,: ,, ■.'"   .        ''   '■■■' '   [■    ■
"■..:.!;   MANUFACTURERS   OFi;
."'■ 'f-f '■■■' ,'■ f iff
fi'fffM
•y:"V:i :Tr; R -l: .f?',.i E'D
f.0f'iFfFF:^
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PlfESyyy
ALL   KINDS  OF
77 "Saiiltai'^^iitiiigs,; Agricultural   Drain   Til(^   Flower: Pots,
'^l.\jrnt'Ootta,y Ghi ih iiey'Pi;p
yPii'ey :i3rick^ ^Eir^
;; Assii.y e rs'7 J^ u rh aces^ 3 icy
i-Ceme!nt-.Plaste^
:7;y.;'K';:7y7'l:iv"';;;;;;i;?;7;;^
■o.
NOTICED
.■■■&■•
m
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imm
';.;7;;:v7;,SiC^l^|7 fff MM
East;7;r"".;;|^.^
Kooteiiav.
7 yyyyyyi^ry": A:^iiii7Mine.ral;iClai!nirf7yy.:;::■
y .Sitiiiuc:iWHJiiii^ort^tcfilt.Aliiiiiiy; iM\isioii;rir;
'.I'yiiftl-'KSouin'iiy'lJlHj'rT?.^
.;;,;'\V-h'bi-o'yVl"dS!itc:t'j:;.^C^
.:;yi;AkK7iNi3;i'fl;;ic'hi:itj^
jiVMsfe. N,S;''7lV:'i|;UH)'^^
^ieil;;'I?i'eS;Wi'iToi''sCdi*'line;ite:K&
teiuT;;si'xi;y''cl:i..\-'K..ri*(iiii'Uiu.'cli'itfi
■iPjiLhry^lIiii'i iyjrr litiiiicM'jllir "f«.ir!ti ■ "C«rt'i ti<\:"i l«;"pf5 Ijtjr
lirovuiiiohtK.: foi-: Lliiy inirpiiso' .it obtii|iiiii*/^; 11
Crown "Clrniij.yO.f ilio. ii liovu qhijin..? .7.7:7*77:,
7:.' AihI. I^ii'tliqi* tnlVtf iidticc' th:i t: lie tion,..iiutler,
st'ctiou HT.iihmt bo eon 11110iic'cU b'ol'oi*o tlie issii-
anee.of,sueli (.ler.tiliea.1.11 or Improvements'..'....■■....
y IJiuecl -tills 241,1) diiy.oi "AjiHK'l.iioi.y.".* y,,. ,*:,
..17-:; -v   fftf' tuomaS-.t: .McVITTI fe.y:
^0lb;^|i'ehti|7/^^i^j;
"1-hisy;STwuLyis guaranteed to;beie'qiialyto^yi
;|7''y;iiAK;i>i*iocjfc ;"'"";''"::" '''-"f"-:':-""""'"
Sb&rc;"At:icr!TS.'
-|yS 0 L I'A-yA G EN-TS f
CpMPANYlgM:
's ;or FirtHs|in;alI
^E'ilOM'^AN'YlSli
,.. .ffi''i. ill'Nl'lllA r< .A..CT; c-f  ■■'■'■■    ■:
fy',,.>;! ' '.,(i',ou>ri'.)--,;;7- y:   '-',■;
OIJU'I'll-'lOATI*:ol*'   I.Tri'UOVH.MKN'l'S..
y NOTICE.
o., .
;.'-. Mbifrbeffrbrthe'Rod and Gun
L'lUb. wen'" out- ]ii'aciisiiig on
Mondn v.
- Thomas   P.eveii*'    Hull .river,
was in town on. Wi'dncsday.
" George . Joyce -and (>• Shiry,
Marys vi lie, wen* registered ;ii
iin: I iriperial (jn 'I'licsday. . -
T. G. Ai-iiistroiig returiun'l from
Marysyillcou 'r.nesdiiy.
, Mr. .■BoharVSauil' erccki    was
in lo.wiioii VVedii'-fjday.
J., i'.ell, 'MarysviJIc was a
visitor at Steele on .Wednesday,
Ben llucklc, who served with
the Struthcona Horse, lias again
enlisted'-for .service in South
Africa.
Mr. Harirraves and family   ar
rived'in .Steele.on Saturday
and
will   take   up   tlitsir
the Grillifh builJing
jsideiice in
-■''•.-Market Conditions.
, Versatile weather "has. affected
business, during the past ■week.   ■
Retail .distribution of merchandise has maintaineti a good aver-
n crn "    '. ' .     ■  ....
"'(n1-*-       ■.,■..'.. . .'    ■ ,.
, Stock- o])ei'ations have.- hot
reached a high record price during the week.   .
. Gi'pceries show . iriiproved demand.. ) ■    ' ,   '. f  :  ■-
('(jneral bnsiiK.'ss* -conditions
ai.-e rcpor'cd as. satisfaclory..
Wholesale ,iiu<l retail Iradc is'
somewhat, sleadier. ;.-;.■;
C-i.iaI ■ imd coj.-e jiiining oper-
a.fions in Sonlh Msi.sf. Kooicnay
have beeii-a.cfiye.        ■    ■
Nfcwn 'iVoin' Elko. ; .
The In'idge nl . l.'lll,-- river, has
been completed, and I he steel
laid. ■ The u-ni'k on I lie..'grade-between tlie town oi |iJ)l'<o a.nd the
brii'lge is lieing pushed. " Gon-
tracls ha\c been-lei,, for 1he-e(iin-
plefion . of    the   gi'iidt:.   behveen
; 7.7;Morniiig'.. Stiti;, ■■.'■Miiici-al 'QliU't):..' 'if-
:. Sitiinle in tlie Port Slefilc Mininir Uivisibii oil
East Ivootcnuy..1. "'. iff': ffiif '"..;■■ ■.■■"• ■■■'""
.;■■'„ Whoi'c.Uociited:—Oii;A\rliite Cli'OUso Moiiniahl
loliiiiis'Ui.ulIuv.ris.'Grbiip.'';-'.*.1'.*,-'-- 7 ..-..,'yr
7 TiiliC liotieo tlni'L.].. t.corgc'-Mil Hliews;'for my,-
■ se.ii,y.iiiHl iietiiiy as :>\gen,t.vfdi7Abel Swansci.n.
:Ki*C07;iNlljiei*:sif eerii|leale .Npl^lii ynOIKir; • l.'ruu:
Jiiiiier's Co'rtillciitc Nro..yi*.,ri(Wll,''iiuen(ly.sixty
days i'i*pi|i:Uiy il!)te'iiere6r,;t() ;i.|)])i.v. to'.iliu.Miu^
iii^Ueeorllei* for.ii Cei'tilk'iitu of iiiiiiroyemeiits
rbr ,'llie. puvpose.pf ;.rtlj.t:iljilM'ai.i\ VCrpwri.-Grtiiiti,
of tlie iilioyo c'liiiii). ,, ...if..;:' ■',;'". :r-f;.',' ■' ff-ii
Aiulfurtliei*. tiiU'e , hotiee lliiityiietion,. tmder
section IIT, must be eoniinencoil beroretlie is.sii-
iince'bi' such Gci'liliciniu oflmproyembntxyy ....■'."
■; Dilieil tliis'lirst iliiy'ol'A]n:il,'A.;l.),. mil*-'. ' l.\—
WW
;"■,■■■■.-; vwl
hM'i'i-M-
t.F0
y77:y7!y;l
'iffiiX
'':^:,'7;.yfe
fff'-*'fif:W^^
THE MOST
UP-TO-DATE
. ;* v
PLACE IN FORT STEELE.
7 Everj'thing, Cpoked '
iff Mi VOU   LIKE TIV":
VVM. ROB!NSON,: Proprietor
.y^^^^^^^S^'"' -.'.
;,.;:. ■■•; notice.^/ ■ .■    ■; .  .'.
■'■■'"■  ■  .'.'   '■■ ,7 .--  ■■;■   ■■-■   ■■   ■'■'^3     ■     f    'fy
--TAKK NO'I'ICI-: .Uiiil. tliiriy, days ..from' i.li'o
iliite liereof. Vin'tenii tb iipplylo tlie Cliicf Coni-
niissioher of Liincl^yand .Woi-lcs,' for 11 Sjiecial
'JMmi'er'T.ieei.ise to ciit.liii'il <.*iii*r,vi;!iwii.v liniber
from the fpllowiiiK de.seribeci. liinds. slnime on
Perry Creel* lii'-.tlie'S.iiillici'i.i- Division of illi'e
IJisti'iet of Mnisl. I.Cooielni.v;. -as. f.il,l.»«*.s: t-imi-
iiieiicin*,';it;ii postpliinlcd oii-llie.,noi*lli liiiiili.ol'
I'err.VyC'reelviibout two miles abole Old Towil;-
tlienec noiHii ,'itriiiy ehiiins: thence west ol/j:lily
clniins: "Ui.-iiee sninli ..eit'luy cliains:' llience
enst follOH'ii'y the iiiinl; of. I 'eri-y '(.'n*el( to tin;
place of:l.ie(.*inniii^.  '      •' ." c-       ■;    ,..
,.   Dined Marcii r.'-.'iid.'I'.'ii'J. .    .'    .      ...
:' -ir.-- '.■■■■;'' .    :.\i.\-|.\" s. 'i'ltoiv
FtiESH: ■. aind i; SALT, MEATS  AL"WAYS
■■:-; "f:"i  '■'■"'*' . ON'HANt>;     ' ■ ;" F '..ff
';'   *'7 Fresh Hal ibu (;.   Salmon,0 Sal inbn Trou t. Bologna'Sausage,
Butter a,nd, Eggsi" Fish and 'Gaine in Season. ■   "! y '•
GEARY   &.  DOYLE.
LivoriJ. "Food .&. Sale 'Stable. ;
. K(ii*lyS;.r,*le  I!-..(.;'     f '   ..■
I tei'-iilar   Daily   Si.age.', meets  nil
■   1 i*;i,lris-nl, l'\n-i. Sierle.,1 linel ion.
SADDLK &  l.'AOK   1-IOllS!.*:^
1 i:.t m ino 01  a 1.1. ki Niis .v si'i-ciAi.'iv
.NOTICE.'..
I'ni'l i.S .'i*ei|'irii'iiio- water friiin Ilie
irrio-iiiliiin dileli for ihi'ir ^aniens will
ii.I'|*hii^-i* will! Ilie iiiul.'i'.*yio-iii'il .for. Uie.
.Saili''. .'.■•-, .'
And   any   person   faking. ivn.ti'r from
Morrissev crei'.k and  the town of   lliedil.eli   without-   permission   will   be.
I-'ernie.
11 is ex peeled  I'll
it .iho' i",0Sl!U1,u.(
road will be completed lo Fernie
by .Inly 1 st.       'f
ior vi;kn, lu.m kin uo.
^ossees.
JUST    R
Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   Meals,  etc.
Flour, ■PafenfT-fuiigarian.,and Strong Bakor.
.' Rolled b.ats" Cracked Wheat, Wheatletts,      '".; "
~ Gorinneal, Buckwhea,f; Flour, Split, Peas,
-   -Navy, Beiiiis,'   Lima, Beans,1 Pot Barley, etc
Bran.' Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.
Fleet wood Tea. a.,pure article "imported, direct from Ceylon
'   try it once and yon will use no other.
bh-esli   Breakfast.   Ha.r.on,   Mains  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon,
Butter and ..Uggs.   •■.--. .
POTATOES    i-Ki   CARROTS
IfM-liKVVGOD all lengths to. suit all stoves. ' ";' •.'    -
THE   FORT   STEELE
FLOUR and FEED STORE
•oprietoi' POST OFFICE I
MILLER,
836.
3.-5'/"'   All goods guaranteed, and prices also as being- correct
Fort Steele. Ut Ala v. I'JO:!
S>end iu orders.

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