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The Prospector Nov 18, 1899

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Array *-. 1��. c-~- ��"- /,  ::)  -���-V.-JE ,'.-:OS."''i'.;o!. -  -.Jr Al'i'Oi.VriJ.'  i!" ',..'! IAL  -ji governr.::-:\T gazette -���  .it- ���'���  *      I'LI S'ltli'j !. I-.' li'.Uli !..!',  -.��  ���* '- '-Wvi'V,- -- ���.'--.  THE PROSPECTOR CONTAINS ALL PUBLIC NOTICES AND GIVES THE  LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  AND LOCAL NEWS.  #  at  *  *  ��  *  Voi. 5.  FORT  STEELE,  B. C. SATiJJRDAy, NOVEMBER 18, 1S9G.  No AG.  New Advertisements To-aay.  ffli-nry Utile- .(. ihin  Kviii- Bros.   .  <".i1imi\v Milling Coin;) inv  Forl Steele Tow'row  t'an.iilinn Pm-ltii- Itmlu.iv  Noitli Star Hniise  East Kootenay to the  Front.  Mr. Thomas   C.   Gray   of   the  ** o  .Mackintosh syndicate,   has 'just  returned   from   a' trip   through  Kast   ICootenay, says   the.lioss-  iand  Miner.     He   reports-  that  mining i.s lively there, and   that  '-.'lint part of the Kootenay* i.- on  ,a, boom of no small   importance,  ''.phis section iscertani, he .liinks.  %o have its'innings before a great  while, and he' is certain, it  will  y?ta,y  a  long  time   at   the    bat.  There i.s a groat deal of develop-  ,.��iont work' in   progress   there.  ;tnd sonic really excellent result*  iU'c being attained.    On the Red  Line, which it Js  supposed   has  been   purchased   by   Eraser   it  Chalmers. 22 men  are  at  work,  and a winter camp ha.- been put  In. 'and the evident  intention  is  . u> carry   on   operations   during  ihe cold weather.   This property  is  located   in   the '"Windermere  division!     A  Montreal syndicate  recently   commenced operations  .on a group  in   the  Fort  Steele  .district. '    C.   F.   Hanington    is  the (superintendent,   and  operations will be kept up all .winter.  I Dave Moore of the Trail smelter,  jhiL a force to work on a group in  the tii. Mary's river section, and  ,lhe results will be that; the  out-  -out of "ore will amount to  somo-  ";hing during the coming year.  >  ��� A Big Consolidation.  A' conso'lidalion of the companies owning the Lake Shore,  Moyie and Queen of the Mills,  and the Si. Eugene mines, is the  l��(i latest mining news to be sprung  .on the people of Moyie. says tlia  .Movie Leader. .1. C, Drewry  managing director, of tiie Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate, and  Vlaines Cronin. manager and part  owner of the St. Eugene mine,  ure in Toronto al the present  lime fixing up the deal.  oThis will, no doubt, be the last  ���deal'made on the properties mentioned tor some time to come,  abut it is only one of the several  which have been make since the  '.first of the year.  It will be impossible to tell the  ofleet of the consolidation until  Cronin and Drewry return.,  which will be about one weok  'Voni today. It is rumored that  Drewry will have the management of the new company.'  lediou- horseback journey-. Xo  wandering over almost impa.-s-  able trails. The principal mines  can be reached in a few ho'urs  from Fort Steele. Tn the Windermere country the mine.- tire  for the most part not far di.-tant  from wagon road.-.  One mining man in speaking  of East Kootenay a- a whole  said, "it i- an ideal mining conn-,  u'y"         , y ���  Mining- Notes.  The work of building the new  tramway at the North Star mine  is progressing rapidly. . The  material for its construction i.s  now on the way. Mr.'Barker  who lias charge of this work is  pushing it and early next year  it will be��in operation.'  ' The grading of the Norlli Star  branch'railway is Hearing completion. It-is learned that, rails  will be laid to ihe St. Mary's  river in a short lime.  The shaft on the Pretty Cirl.  the property of the New, Golden  British , polnmbia Limited was  down (it* feet Avhen the. foreman  John Henderson ��� stopped work,  says the Golden Era. The mine,  which' is situated near Windermere, was looking well, with a'  bocly of gray copper ore showing for a'width of IM ' feet, and  giving the line assay returns of  gold ��2,   silver iiO  ounces,   cop-  COPPEB    CROWN   AND   EXCESS.  Work Will Be   Commenced   Ou  This  Property In a Few Days.  The Copper Crown and Excess  claims   in   Lsadore canyon   were  recently acquired   by   ilie  Theo  Gold Mining Company. Limited.  ���J.   E.   Saucier,   manager  of  the  company, was in town  on  Monday, and said work w*ll be   commenced on this property in a few  days with a force of eight or ten  men, to thoroughly develop  the  claims.,     The shaft will be sunk  an'd    drifts   started   at    various  points.   ' Mr.    Saucier   further  said:    -'We expect before spring  io have the mine in a position to  ship ore.   There are several tons  of high-grade  ore  now '-on   ihe  dump, and the property is  looking well for the work  that   was  done previous to its acquirement  by our company. '      ���        q,  tered coral reef ten miles east of  Leamington island.     Her  stern  was almost submerged  and   her  bow  almost  oul   of  water.      A  heav.*,j sea was on and the cruiser  began   rolling   violently.      The  watertight  doors  were   quickly  closed, but were stove  in   under  engine compartment, the largest  of the ship.    After the  lirst   ef-'  forts to right her t he officer feared she iuight slide off. because of  the heavy sea. and   they  abandoned   the attempt  to  save   her.  They   hurried  to   the   launches  and boats and rowed away,   prepared to light for a landing with  two Colt guns. l;i-J rifles and ten  days' rations.  KILLED IN ACTION.  General Joubert Commander of  the Boers Reported Killed  JAPAN   AND   RUSSIA.  per 2:5 per cent.  Several mining deals of considerable importance are on the  tapis', and Ihore seems to be no  do'ubt��� but what they .will go  through. A Spokane syndicate  i- figuring on one, Montreal people are on another/and an' Eng-,  Jisti corporation on the third.  AVork. on the Try Again is being pushed. This ' property  promises to make a, mine of considerable importance. * The ore  i.s of excellent value, and 'from  what can be learned there is  plenty of it.  The oiitside people are beginning to recognize the fact  that this section of the country  contains valuable deposits of  mineral. '  .  ��� On Peny Creek.  ., GusThies returned from Perry  creek where he,has>beeii for the  past five 'weelc. He recently  completed ,his contract on the  New, York- .Jewelry Shop and  London Treasury Box. The  tunnel is now in 200 feet and the  ore continually improved as -the1  work'. progressed'. * Mr. Thies  says that for the past four' days  he has been working on a placer  lease with good results.  London Doubts that They will Fight  -li'.c-inl in. Tin; I'ltosi'ilcniii.  London. Nov. ir>.���It has been  The Dupont.  Manager Han'mglon came  down from the Dupont' Thursday last'.- ,He reports that, the  tunnel i.s now iu over 100ccfeet on  the lead, which continues about  three i'cet. wide. .Recent assays  of ore taken from the face oi' the  tunnel gav'o an average of A1 (;.."<;���]  per ton. So far the'work being  done on the Diipont-is most satisfactory, and as .it progresses.  Mr. Hanington is more than over  impressed wilhjhe value of the  property.  The Bis; Chief.  A small force of men is now  .engaged in the further develop-  ;uent of Ihe Big Chief mines on  Boulder creek: On Ilie arrival  jif Mr. Egan the force will be in-  wcreased and Ilie mine ihorough-  .5y developed during tin* winter.  Everyone who has visited tin*  Big Chief speak of it in tho highest terms.   An Ideal Mining- Country.  Although   placer   mining  was  carried on in the vicinity of Fort  f\Stcele nearly forty years, quartz  [mining is .-till in its infancy,  but  ���wherever the prospector'.-  piek  fJisls been struck mineral has been  Lm'i cove red.     it is safe to say that  Hvithin live years there will be as  I many paying mines in   this  dis*-'  'iti'ict within the same area as,are  }ui the  Slocan.     The  people  of  Eastern Canada 'are awaking  to  Itjhe fact that;.East Kootenay' i.s a  Icountry of vast possibilities,''and  I'that. the,initios are not as remote  Will Work the Union Group.  Fred West came down from  Windermere a few (lavs ago and  informed a representative of *T urc  Prospector that soon a.s he returns he will commence work on  the Union group. A tunnel will  be started to cross-cut  the ledge  5500 feel down.   Several men will  be employed in the'work.        .    .  At, the Swansea there are L'OOO  sacks of ore ready for shipment.  A raw hide trail is  being   made.  and the ore  will  be  shipped   lo  the     steamboat      landing     this  winter.  Tracy and Lewis Creeks.  But little, information has  come from Tracy and Lewis during the past weelc. It is learned  that work i.s being continued on  the various claims in Ihal section. Work on Ihe Minnie M.  and Tiger, Est el la. and John L.  will be continued through the  winter.  Chickamon Stone.  Word received from thoOhick-  anion Stone to the effect that the  work is being con Untied wiih the  same force, although il will not  be long before more men areeni-  ployed, and not,less than twenty-  live.will be required for the work-  mapped out for this winter. As  the work progresses the ore  seems to improve in grade, and  ore bodies are. widening out,! 'The  management are of  tlio  Opinion  St. Mary's Meadows.  Erank Tracy arrived in town  on Thursday from St. Mary's  Meadows _ where he has been  working on the John Bull claim.  He says the tunnel is now in 00  feet. Avith six feet of solid ore  between diorite walls: on the  hanging wall there is two feet of  high-grade copper ore. , 0  There tire two other leads  on  the claims,  each about  six  feetv  wide with a good showing oi iron  and copper ore.  Make Your Resources Known.  There is nothing like making  the resources of your district  known. Tn the last issue of the  Engineering and Mining Journal there i.s a full page advertisement furnished by the lown of  Republic. If sets forth in a concise manner what Ihe town has  to offer in mines, ft cosls like,  thunder to gel an advertisement  in the Journal,, but it pays.  known here for over two month.-  thauChina and Japan were closely allied, but neither British nor  American diplomats in London  believe that this alliance'is of an  offensive order.  It is reported that.Kn.-.-ia will  increase her ileet in China  waters.      '  The action of the United States  creates deep satisfaction in British official circles. Lord Salisbury ha* gladly acquiesced in  this step on the part of the  United States, which is''regarded as the most potent' evidence  that the United Stales recognizes  the impossibility of conducting  their foreign affairs without cooperation of other 'nations, and  as tho" first practical .earnest of  their desire'-.to conduct' eastern  negotiations    in    concert    with  European governments.  i . ^ ,  Will Live' on Civil' Terms.  London. Nov. I fi.���According  to the St. James Gazette, with  ihe establishment of good relations between London and  Washington, it became necessary  for Germany to stand on friendly  been-no unqualified promises of  In lure armed support, but the  three countries have decided io  live on civil term.- for business  reasons.  No Meteors Were Seen.  It seems that Now York has a  cinch on the celestial fireworks,  nothing was seen by the eager'  watchers af Port Steele of the  expected display of celestial  pyrotechnics during (he past  two nights. Not even a sign of  beginning has been observed.  We trust that the next 'advertised display will come off' on  schedule time, or wo want our  money refunded, that is if we  arc on deck.  St. John's Church of Eng-land.  Divine service will be  held  in  St.    John's     church     al     7.3(1.  Strangers welcome.  Sunday school at 2:.f)(i p. in.  All the children invited.  i'iii-:shvti.:uiax unruun.  There will be preaching avery  Sunday at the Presbyierian  church at 11 a. in. Sunday school  at 2 p. in.  Liiid    inaccessible-as   even   two that they liave a mine,   and   the  |Pears ago:   ilTie inines tire easily work ''.is   .being   prosecuted   on  reached.    A man can leave Mon- lines which will   bring   the  best  kresil visit any mine in this  sec- results.     '.Shipments   will  coin  'lion and be at home again inside  M ten day.     There  are  mence before inanv weeks,   and  no long  ihey will be continuous.  Cruiser Charleston'���Wrecked.  .SjlUClll! tllTlIK  I'iiospuutou.  Manila, Nov.. II.���The United  States cruiser, Char I osfon,. which  hits been patrolling tlie'northern  coast, of ���Luzon, was wrecked on  u reef off' the northwest coast  Tuesday, November 7lh. All on  board were saved.  Manila, Nov. 15.��� Further details of the grounding of the  United States cruiser Charleston  show that she struck an linchar-  Captured.  The men who escaped from  the-Moyie jail while under sentence of six. months imprisonment for assault and again captured were brought before J udyo  Forin at Nelson on Tuesday,  pleaded guilty, and were sen-  fenced to six mouths nl hard  labor.  Hotel Arrivals.  Windsor : ��� K.   J.    Higbio,  Sheep Creek; A. Logan. Windermere;  II. W. 11. Knott.  Calgary:  J. C. Nelson.  Buponl:   G.   Johnson, 'Sandpn;, Father' N. Coccola,  Mission; A. L. Mc.Dernio't. J.'(..'.  Patterson.������- Cranbrook;  . J.     E.  Sa.,ucie'r.(j ���    Rossland:   y J.   -   !<:.  Williams, Kingston: J. F.   Rice,  Spokane:' J. iVlcMaster,   Nelson:  Nr. Dorr, Moyie; W. E. Gillespie  Toronto: .Jno. A.'.' Noidi.g,   Lotli-  'bridge:' 'I.i. -C.���', Longley, Tracy.  J'.,   M".    Coombs.;   Winnipeg:. .').  Nicholls, Vancouver:''AI. S. Bellas;   Cranbrook; J.   W.   Hunter,'  Pincher Creek:  R.   E.   H.   Man-  sell,  Windermere.     -.'''  An  Armored.Train Derailed   and  Attacked.���One  Hundred and ���  Fifty Wounded and Missing.  .-pecial to TnK Piih-i'mthk  London. Nov. 17. ��� A di.-patch  received here today from Pieter-  maritzburg. dated Nov. 11 tli.  says that il is rumored there  that General Joubert has been  killed('in action. ��� Nothing, however, is known at the War Office  regarding the reported deatii oi'  Joubert.   "  Durban. Sunday 12th.���It was  rumored here today that General Joubert of the Boer, forces is  dead. T,he Times of Natal later  published a telegram from Lorenzo Marquez. saying that General Joubert was killed in action  on November Oth.  Estcourt,   Natal.   Wednesday,  November 1.1.���An armored train  having on board a half company  of Durban volunteers and a half  company   of    Dublin    fusiliers  steamed'tb Chiveley, a few miles  south   of   Colenso,    early   this  morning.    On its return  it  was  shelled by the  artillery  of  the  Boers.    Two trucks in  front  of  the engine   left   the- rails   and  toppled-over.     While, the   train  was thus  helpless , the   Durbans  and Dnbliners laced the" Boers in  skirmishing order, and tho Boers  poured shot and  shell   into  the  crippled   train.       The   derailed  trucks 'wore  with  difficulty  replaced'.and tlio line Ava,s cleared,  engine and fender steamed back-'.  During this��juncturc Lieutenant  Winston Churchill, of the'Eourth  Hussars, a newspaper correspondent of tho   London   Daily  Post  and the New  York   World,   displayed  great   courage.'      It,   is  feared that the Dublins and Dur  bans fared badly.  Durban. Nov.   Ui.���'Pile   Natal  Advertiser has a dispatch   from  Kslconrt     which ,   says:���"When  part of the  armored,  train   had  been derailed by   Boers   tearing  up the rails, the'Uriti.-h alighted  and exchanged volleys with   the  Boers.    The engine driver, when  the rails  were  replaced,   seeing  that the situation was  hopeless,  steamed baJk to Estcourt with a  few of the   Dublins   and   fifteen  Dubans. including Captain Wylie  who was wounded on the tender.  Tho fate of the remainder of tho  Dublins and Durbans,  and  Lieutenant Churchill is unknown'.  London., Nov. 17.���A special  dispatch from Estcourt estimates  wounded and missing of armored  tram cojjjjngoiil at from UU to  l.")0. The missing include.-Capt.  M aidant.  London. Nov. Hi.���."> a. m.���  The most interesting feature and  whereabouts of General Buller  i- not generally known here, but  he is believed to be up' country  somewhere.,,  Colonel Plainer ii j.- thought  hit- abandoned the attempt tn re-  lieve Mafeking.  The following i.^'an account of  Fitz-Clarence's gallant charge on  the Boer tVenche.- at   Mafeking:  "A ringing British cheer  which  ihe listeners back incampcaught  up   was   the  only  reply   as  the  party dashed into   the   trenches,  where     there    was   -a    fearftill  struggle,    the    attar-king   force  catching    and   bayonotting   the  Boers     under     ihe    tai;paulins,  where they crouchedi crying,, for  mercy.    At least iifty  bayonets  got lo work andnthe havoc   they  wrought was terrible.      For just  a moment Ihore was no systematic return lire, but then a perfect  hail storm of bullets   poured   in  from the   trenches   to   the   rear.  Again    Fitz-Clarence's    whistle  sounded, for to cease tiring  and  scatter honiewards.  London. No.v. Hi���The war  office i- not keeping back- news  good or bad. h .is expected that ,,  the Boer.- will make desperate.  attacks oiin Ladysmith 'dnriig  the coming week.  It is officially  slated  that  the  long    range    bombardment o of"  Ladysmith continues daily withy",  out serious damage.   ��  General  Sir  Charles   Warren' '���  has been appoimorVchief  of  the  fifth   infantry  division,   and or- <*  dered to Cape Colony,  ,   iLondmi. Nov. 10.-  Hicks-Beach,( Chancellor  of  the.  Exchequer. in"a speech'at*k Bristol, said,   "England ," will   e-iab  lish a pure  and   honest   government in ilu*  Tran.-v; al.'  on   the  basis  of  equal   rights,   and   on  something more*  enduriim   than  paper safeguards/'  London. Nov. Hi. ��� Once more  over Europe then* is a passing  wave of do.irer money. Ru.-sia  is showing a bold Jroni. yci il is  a case of borrowing uv burst; but.  Ihe more the pressure for  financial assistance increases  elsewhere, the more rapidly  i.- liussia being driven toward ���  the precipice.  -Sir Michael  Ball At Cranbrook.  Invitations to attend the  tir.-t  annua].ball of the bachelors  and  benedicts   of   Cranbrook.    have  been received.   It will take ph?ce  in the new City Hall  on   Friday  ovening next.     The  affair  promises to be- a  great   social   sue,  cess.    The palronessc-. are Mes-  dames Emerson. Mam-field. Eoay. -  Hutchison.   Simpson   and  Morrow.  ' Under the direction   of  T.   D,  Thomas work- is progressing  on  the   Golden   Five   isronp   at. the  forks  ni   the   Wild Hor.-e.    Mr.  jThoma- intend.- during the   win-  in fact'tho only news of the war i  now   comes   from    the   western;'1'1'   U)  l"'OV('   *1'1'   value   of   the  frontier.    Accounts of Col. Bad- ' P'^'perty.  ou Powells brilliant exploit- at' W. J. < .'oupel will act as gold  Mafeking forms quite lively and , commissioner at Nelson during  encouraging reading. Colonel | the absence of .Mr. Turner in  French's work i.s (piito   novel   in i England.    Mr. Goopel is one   of  the iim.-l efficient officers   in   1 he  government .-ervice.  ,'t'  (ii  Boer tatics. and some curio  is evinced a.- Io who may bu  reeling, and as to what i.s si ill to  be known: , nevertheless operations at Mafeking and jvimber-  ley seem to be 'altogether favorable. So far as Natal is-^on-  corned tiie Britisher must possess his soul in patience and trust.  to General Bullet1.  All General  Buller's  arrangements for the advance...from Durban, it- is ru mo red are practically I  eoi'iipleted and news uf.il. may be j  expected in  a   few   days:     The'1  war office   received several.dispatches dealing with military details,   bul   it   is   not   likely   that  these   will   be'published.1' ! The  One -booting star wa- seen on  Thursday night by a Fori Steele  'siitr gazer. , ' .'....  The Creal Northern' railway  is ready 1.0 lei a contract for t lie-  const ruction on its new right-of-  way through Spokane,  coir.pany will expend some  over a million dollars' in  city.  ������''.,.      '  ���Clarence   MeCiinig, y flu:  known'mining mail, was in Spo-  ' It,  ���kaiie on Tuesday last. 7 Mr. Mc-  Cua'ig is prominent as the promoter of the Republic, War  Eagle and Payne mine.  'I.'lie  liing'  that  we  If HE PROSPECTOR.'FORT STEELEyB. C., NOVEMBER'IR, 1899.
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cenieiich; 7 a ",.".'■'.; ■ *■•"■■.': '; ,*'" '.,;..... ',■';'',•,.:.■'
'I'liehen'il olliceoi: die Compiiny in this J-'rov-"
inei.'is siuiaie nt SulliyaiPHill. and .1. '■Hou»jh-
lon. mii(er. (not i;mpoivereii lo issue ami-ti-ans-
;y:.,  . 7   "y .7,,NOTICE.,7 .a-7;;7'  7 ■ .y
,.• .i-i" ., „ i   „.i.„ 7,.-„ , V ','      •     c' „■• '„•,,      .7:Noiice ishereliy^iveii Uiiit an  itpiiliciitioii
stuck), anil  whose'-nildress  is   Sullivan   Hill   „.,,,  ,, ,    ,     .,      r  ■  . , ..      .   .'    ,„   ■.•■■.
...A     ...,,  .A v, ■!'   ..   l       .     ..    ,.       - : will  In, niaile  to. the, Les-'islative Assem ilv o
section ST. miisiliecommenceil before the issu--
ii'nce.of such:Ceriitlcii.t^ of linprovemehts.
..,',;J4-sa..'y 7.' ,7iWAT/i'.isre;'vanarsdai.knt
7    Diiteij this ilUili'day of October. ISKL- ;■'■■'■..
",".'   7.: ;       'PP.!'- NOTICE.,, p.! -
.,,"|{iiiiiiliii,r Woiry ■•Reiiiilei.'i-."„::i:ul.iy.l-'rae-
tion"    ami: ••i.ast;. Chance;.' ..Minei-al   Claim
slunite' in  ihe  l>oi-l Sii.;i.'!e:.\liiiiiij/ Division of
'.Kiist.ICootenay l.visti-ii'l. a A
,,-,'   , .Wlioi'e-.located :---0n ,'1'er'ry   (.'feeli... Kast
Koolenay. I!i miles I'vum tlio'Oli! Slinft.   ; v   ■
7. ."•,: Tiilii: notice that ii'.l.. W..K. Yoithi:. 1-'. il..C.
... Jt^XI-.'. A. Ai's ilKcnl   for,' 'the   Koolenay   (1'err.v
CvecU) li<ililMiiii-'s l-t.il'. Fi-('':i.-.,-..Miiier> .l.'er.tili-
eaie. No. ''ii.''.iiS!'H- inteliil.  sixty days1 from the
iiforesaid. is the attorney foi- the Company.
yi'h'e lime ol'.tiie e.\-istenc'e oi' the Coihpan.v
is llfty,yeiii-s.       a ,,: ■,,.■■ -p -c.
The objects., for. which this. Company', litis
been established are: —
the Proyinl-e.of Hritish Colnnibia, at it's next
session lor nil Ael to iiicor'pOi-ate ra C,oiiip;iiiy
with jiower to I'.olistruet.' einiip. maintain and
'operate a line or lines of telephone, electrical
works, power houses i/eiferiitin;,' lilaiil' aiulyall
such  other, appliances .'.'iis'lire n6cessar.y .and
proper for'the ^etiei-aiin^yoiyolectriciiy or other
power .''iiiul .•triuisinittiii(f-~ihe same, .within. iiiul I
throiii-'lioiit the District of East' Kbotenay ,-tniV
To work. opentieA liny, sell; lease, locale,
iiciiul'ri'.'-'pi-bc.iii-t'. hold anddeai in mines, inetals
and luinet-ai claims of every kiiiitantl de.sci-ip-
liou. within the United StiiteS or. Ainerlcu and
in the't'i-ovince iif  Hritish, Columbia: to carry !,, ,       ... a     .      , .,   ,.     .   >.
■ ■•■ ■■;,-'    -■;...-■-..       ,'     .   . .*•.''",-' ! the.various Townsites in   the said   I.) striet as
ou aiid„conduct ,a general   lninitif.'.   sme t ntr.   ,,    ,-, :      ,.        A   ■■■■        ...    ,     , .>   .        .    .
.  ..,. .        ,      ,-   ■„   ■,     .       a.       o . "the Company lrom time to tune determines and
miilinu'and reduction Inismess: to procure, nc-   . .  !   .     ,:   ,     ■•
.,   ,■'," .  ■■■■■■, ,.   ..,-    '     to construct inaintain. itnd opera.i&.ihe .same
aciiuit-.'A hold, erect.and operate eleetrc and,  .,, •„;';,-       a..       ,.        ,     :   'a ,..   v    ,'?■■■!
,--;,,., :   ■; ■   .  . .     luonwAthe sides o .  and  across .or under auv-
power,phints  an- ihe piirpose of rniniii;.' and   ,,, rl,   -. ,      , .  -.,,.,..,.,    ■;-.;!,
--.--.-...  ■    a     ■•,.!..     ■ t.-ealu^o,vs.audfortl,e:ptu-posebffurnislun<rr    -'""V;- ''W^a^ ;''«;''f'^ ^^"y^oeh
» >^«!!?.'-'.>? y»Kw:'lhuim'"n- 7>^'"''l">\! ii^Sts and creailiiB power: tn lionil. Si,'.' lease -   f^.:1'1  ':"°. ^•'rtyD.sti-.ei.yas.Uie.Compimy
1 .■•..-.    --•   - i .from tune,to time determines mid to construct
i-cct ami maintain such and: so many piiliisand
. ;.; .;■' ': ■ ,i -y A'-'-, a .,-.. ,;-.-.   y :;-.   \ y..   .:. ■■■   '■. -::■.'....';;
HOUSK,7vNh;S10N;PAIN1l'ixG'y;7, ■";'■•';
•7'   CAlxijITXiXo'iind PAFKR HANUING
:a  ''; FORT7STEELE. B.y pfy 7'.
33?"■■'■• -Ally worlr:promptly done,
l,iat.''d this :ir'tli,.,l:i.vy:f Si.-ptembi-r.' ISl'H.  ;f>;
■&i-r, .-''• " 7' '   j.'Av. k. ri.iiysii?
,,' Land 'Purchase.      .■,
■    ,, • •  -.,,.   . ,, ,.    .      . . -.'i ii-jjl> "Uiu ci tMimtj.p<.>wur; iij doiui, inn. xuaso.
.Vora(;ertillcat,:"Miuproye,:„-ms.fo.--h.-, put-- : ,,H..,tt, ,,,ld |,„ld ditches7lli,mesand water riKhiS:
.pose-Of'^ainiiiKycrowp Ci-aiu, of the above j tW;euiisJruct.:]eiis^b'i.>. s.-ll. JntiKl and opepte
.'■Ialms. X".      ,     ' A* I railroads, ferries, tramways and. Other nieansof
And lui'thy take notice thatifcl.O!: under j tr.1Ilspon.ui(lii ,'o,7U'ansporti,i^ ores, n.iuin-
section ::T. must liec..mme„ce.l before tn.; tssu-y ..l]uI ,)tl„!1..,ll;„(;i,i.||. l0 „w„.' t,i,V,a. buv. sell,
anccof such Cenilirate nf [,,,pi;i..v.-.meii!^.'     .     j1.^,. .,„,[ ,.,l,1^  limUliV  A]U    ^^ ol,lims;
! . , . ' , .     ' . ':'■.■■. cicciricin ■   wiiriis     power.
! to lHii-c!iiHe.n-,or.liei-wis.'aeiiuireiint uiiderta ko    ■, :    ,     .        ,'     „' ;. .,   .
'.,,,'. ,.,,.:..,'„ - ,,„   ;.'., -' >      ,    intf plant and .other appliances, am] an open
.: all. or any  part ol   the business, property and   ',.:',,.   -. "■" ' '   .. A        ....,'
 — ;      ".     ',,, .     , ,:   ,:,..•       ,. -,.',     ■ or   brealc   up   any   part   or, parts o    the said
: ,   u'oou-will and liabilities 01 any compan.w  cor- I ,,. ,,, ...     A1'    ,.-        '     , ,,    .    ■
..       ,,.,.,   „,,,,  , ,    , ...    -.  -   | highways or street-; as olten as the, sn i.i Coiu-
1 puiuti.m.  iartn..-t-sliip or person can-vim.'imauv ■ ..
__ i bu,v,,e>. Which thi.   •„',„ ,„ny is authorised '.u,   JS",y "S ^"^\ ""ln"'s ."'" ^!?»."»' 41. nk
.! carry on. o,- which i7iu,mv respeci.similar   „',    l»'"lJW';"»' l«"','"<; I«TIH«sf ol   111.-. ..ndei-takine:
,.,;.,, Ml h',111, of ihis Company, or  which  is cap-    "<}>™?}»™;: ^uuire or lease andliol,   and >o!l
'■'   ' i,al,li'.  of  helm, Vo|,ilucti'il'>o7i, ilirectlv or | ,-'*iU"1 llls"w'' "! '"' >*»''render lands, buildups  o,
Shaiyirig,'p? Hair Dressing Parlor,
Next to Orieiiiiil Ilotei'   '!'
P  .    7    .FORT'; STEELE, B.'.C.Ay.
',,-;' ''■",.'   ,y    ' ','   .. .';\-.vV :-'"", a '   y''i ,:'   ('-■M'-'.     ....    '■'",£>-'
7y.y.', -Fort'Steele.; B:G;"; y ■ x;
"General Blacksmith,    77;
7' ■ L,     ■'..' a ' -h' ■        \ .     7 py ,-' ■  xpy    ■ ,-'■ - ' :•:
; „ 1J ?csS*ih ' iiiltl ress^I AG G S% ■ H UGil E g-:'
7,, ,'y!.;iVrining7!. Work,;' a ^Specialty;
^All;;]viiids'of .liiiir, worlc-777:7-y 7 j"77y:A:;< :y;;; 7 pip "i-xp'"'■'' 7"7 77; "':;7
■".;';;:.. :.,-ppy ' -,:'y'-     y -. 7"ii.' specialty,;,1! ——--~X ■■.ppyy.  '   y :——■- '7:    ;'; y
other wbrl.-.s it nd iloy ices lis tiie O'oinpiuiy dee
necesstiry for tiiakin^, iaiinpletiuix. suppoi-tiiif--.
tisi.in,', wqi'kinjr. operalinf and ihaintaim'n^ the
system of communication by tele|ilioiie i>r
eleclrical '  works ; power,    houses y xuieriit
... i hereby'^iv-. not if.-that. Mii'ri.y -.1
. dale I in I cud ib'apply'in tin.-' -h:1.-:'' -omin-i—.jon- J
, ei- ul,Land* ami VVor.iis/ Vti-toria.'. I'.-,''-, ;.-.i- i»er-
' mis.-lmi to. piircii.Ue',;!i(.-'..'oU''iivi,-ii,' enoceiiiiii'd.
tinsurv.-'.\ei,l and unn-s'-r-.'-.i i':':K.:i,!.;'.!i.! -•.i.i-
ated ii'7 Ka.-t ,is..oi'a.-1::i'. .l..->cr:!r.ei*. as-frd'ow,..-
'.'ommeucint-.at a p...-' pia:U"il ', .a. nil!--, :i"ii:
west,bar.If "f Klk -iy.'i1. tlience MuT'liiv'i-liiuii-,
thelii-.'AV.">[ Mlc'lia,.!:.v.''i!-!ice. .-'.'-• .i-.h   -''   :\i:,iu>.
tlieiu'er:i-.t tii'i'da i;i.-i.':..|i.:ri:.- ' orVaoiiuu'' -/,■
all'Ho'iier.'s- ■'■'"'.
a-y,   '''!     ,       Aivna.,!-; u-Ai.Ki:!::
Dated a't'i-'-rhi'-. II '■'■.'> vinin-r -;-r.l: ':-■���■■■■
', -    "      ,. '   ■  ,"
. .    1 hereby silvo
notice ih at V::\c
y~   :.l-.-.
ilate 1 intend io-:i'
iply t'.v'ili'-'.'ii'e1
in i --..r.li-
er.of LatoisaiiilAV*
'irks.Vi.eiona 11
(', r..
• p-:-.-.'!: :~-
sion-to pui-ch:ise !
h" foLOWirti..  ■•!!
sui-v-yeii ami .urn-
•>e!-V-fl-   > 'l-ol'.-l.
in.'   I'OllSt       tv'Ooter
ay.    .lescrioeii
i lommetti-ie.iJ' ,i..t a
p,.--: i.ianie.. on
•AC- U
"•-' i'l'i.!'-
ofl'lli; ,(ti vi-i-: tin*
ice nonli -.-.li  i-i
west. .SiiV.lia.iii.~-. il
enc- -o-.dli -o .-
;   :;i-n'-e
•nisi to plac.i' "f :>'
-.".llr,::,:-.      r.c.t
■ i ...'.-
-'       .11      ll.o
l-.'r HI    A-
II. .'-.. i\" .
\N'i 0
l.niie.l at i'"'*i-ji
,.•   II. .'.. (*...■...-
- ■,1-Jli''
. 1--WI
• iiiectly to lieiieiii this Cnuipaiiy. or7possessed
.,! pi-iipet-iy de-ined suitable for the purposes of
this Compiiny:. :o- >ti!>seribc for. purcluise.'or
othet-.vis.'. niri|ii!re a nil hold sliuvtV l.u-iiiiy other
>,'on:p:iii,v hayiiii; blijects a l.'o^cther or In ptrrl
-.iuohu' to :li.,i>e. of :--1 ii^ Company, or car'i-yiiu'
.)il any !i..)--!!i"-.s I'aiiabi- of beim.' cnnducteil. so
a-, :i. I'llreetly or indirectly lienclll. this Cnui--
;,;.;,y. ic.jKiri'.j'.v. riii.-e or ,ei-iii-e the payment,
ol ni'..ie'-v'i.ii -ti.-n manner ii-, theV:bmpany shall
Ai>. a 'inid.-iy'my hand and seal of oiilce in
'.■'I'loi-iii l1i;oviiii.'e,„ol Hrilish Columliia. Uil.s
l-i.li   oiij   of  .lul.y one ilionsand ei-ht liiindi-ed
.if..; fr.!,..". V-ro.'le, ,
" '"'■■ sa s..v. woo'j'To.sy
tenenients within the  limits iiforesaid  mill. to
purchase or  lease  for aiiy  feriii of ,vein's, any
telephone line established or iii he eslabllsheil
In .British (.'oluiiiiiia coiinectliur' or,, to  be con-
necti'il with the lines winch the Company may
cbnsfi-iicl. and to puivhnsc.or lease for any tei'in
id' yeat-s  the i-ijrht of the compiiny lO'coiist'i-uia
and  inaintain  any  stieli   telephone, line and to
iiiiialiriiiiitile  with  or  lease  its llii..'or lines or
any portion ,oi- purl Ions ilii-i-eu/ many cnuipaiiy
J 'possessiiu.' as'pi'opnetijf any Hue of  ii.-lephone
| coiiiiuuniciilion'ciiniieciim.' Or to' he  ciinnecteil
with   the sa'iil Conipanic:, .line or lines mid to
acquire lands', bonuses. privilej.'es oi-nther aids
; fi-oiii liny person  or' iiody  oorpnnitc  and  wiflr
! all other usual, necessary or 'incidental1 rights.
ii   '     ;.,.,'•/.,.,,   ;, ■ ; ^,     i   ,, •      | powers or pi'irili.'-es  as tnay  he uecessan-  or
14-     ./.yV/,/,y,  ,,l ./nnd tiliiel,- (..,„,,,,„iu,-x. | ,„,..,,,,,„,,;„:,„ ,;lu. tiuaitiment, of the  abnve ol,-
,|ects oi'.tiny of tlieiu. :     ,' -:^s-:,.
Haled this Hilh day ol (>c:tol,ier. istw.       ,   ,
•" ILAItyi'lY k'.Mi:('.U;T|.:il7
'll-'-.-Mi- ,' Solieiiiii-s for the. Applicants.
te   I   -, ■ ■ t: ■■-,-[*■ >.-,',■
7- The above Hotel bus : beeii'■'•' re-
■cently erected.... and neatly I'ur-
iiisbecl throiijo'hont. ■ . . ...
|.",.'.Cosy.-and Comfortable Rooms,,'
, , The   l:!tii-   sii]i|ilio(l   -witli    ,lhc'■ BUST
i i ■•      lu-iuuls of Li(|iKirs and Oi»-iii*s.
MILtER R0DE0NE2093MltES IN 132 HOURS !  7„r,.„„
The Eldredge Icitv
foo.00  '
:;:.-yy;:i,;.Why Not Investylny-;,
■" :^::'7:'777 ^^ypXpfyP ^Xpip'p
The Leadville of East:Kootena^
; U; miles from;';tiie famous.
.Nokth;StXr7 ]Airi1e;.'y.cl.| railed
from the;'SiJLMyAN. miiie. vy!
y '■ ■    ■     ■■   . .A..-."       ----.' ,.       '    C".      '   ''     ',    O::.   '       . -'-■',-
Nosiriy   20.0 : niinei-jil! .claims JmiToiiiia ;
„,K^17!3ERLKY aiKUdiijieiKl on -.it, ;:7f
'7 7 ■•■',.■'■' •.■\''0l,l-.sl,PPli^S"v...:;   '- ."■,'■'.'■■'"'.
• The;*:terminus of the North! Star '
Rai]w%,7Branch ;, p...;., '.   7
KI.MliKltCliV'. i.s,iiol. ii.''.■lioiii'ii   t,(>wn,A
for siimnuidcd by tlbi LiVKOIOKT SI L-"
V UltLKA 0 Al I N'l^'tN.'.TJ[j-HVOK.^LV1 V'
it  niiist   iiiice.s.sm-ily .bci;(iiiiii'   it :■lavf
city;.,,." Xpy p-,.yp. -p.-  'yA_ -   -a a" 7 "
For, a safe' and',''profitable invest- 7
ment :b'uy lots in Kimberlev
fSWteele1' OH AS. ESTME3E7
,   , 7 Sole flaeiC
Post Office Address, ;lvi'tirbi>.;■,]ey
via Criiiibrook. B. Ay   p       '■ ■   .-'";,■
Liveru-, fm\ R, Sale. Sr.ahle.
■ -i-'mi-i si.:'.-ir (:.(:.     '"
AV'anl.-'i I'l'ir   :!i.i:' l''"rl 'Si.•.■].■'   i'.ilili.
Hi-IkihI. :i .'I'i.:iii1Ik'-.i- i.h 'a!;.-i:l.:i.":.'.-,..M Io
.seitiiii- (I i\' i.-'i.>n.' .1 ma |.- y i'.'l'"i-i•'■(!.'    .\|.-
|,'l,v l»      '        ...     '
I,1.  I',. '17 (i -Vl'.i'll; \ I'I'li.
Si'i.'i'i-I a rv  ! 'i'iik'iI .>)  'I I'm -.fi -I--.,
I'li.-oiilar   l,»a:il
train-a!  furl  Stoolii
-.I:',:.''.-    inrrlr
K;\IMH.I7',v   I'.M 'K   IK ifSICS.
Mi;.i.MiN(; ui  .\i.i. mmis \ si'i:ci.\i.rv
i , .  NOTICE. ■
j' ' I hcrcliy nice notice i.hsit ihlri-y .lays n'l'toi
, j .lal.'"l fin end in 11 pply, 1.(1 the ehl,el (y...inii,!',sioii-
1 el'ol lainils anil V\'i nl,.-,. .\' i.-i. n-in. II. i:. lorpei'-
• iiiission In pni'i'liasi,'Hin .l'i,llnu'lin." iiiiiiccitji|ei|,
: ii,ir.iii'V.-..,'i'.l and nun ^.^•l.', ed I'n.wi, Jimd vilu-
I llli-il ill Ka.sl K'ooleiiiiy d.-M-rilii.il '.is I'nllnw.s:
j 1'oiiiiniuiclii:.-ill 11 post plum.-d .,11 -.., mi |, '.....y
j ..'oriiei- one nule Ills! ,ii l'7tk rile)-. . h, n.'e ,~'ll : 7
1 chains iiesl :    llience .mi. cha ins   ikh-.i Ii :    i lienee i >      .,, >rt/..,,.    ,~....,..,.,   ,..«..,,,,. nn        !
7.i,li;ii,„ :,„, siieiiaiiis.;,,,,,,, ,„ „i:ie,.i    NA MOrtAi. 5K>vi«M'ftlACIIINh CO.,   1
oil" '.nil.;; 7 i 'old n mil.:- i n a li Mn.:n -,i es. ;  ! ,1,19 HROADWAY, '■'  , Pucdir'y,
j       ■ liiit.-d at' Ki-Miii'. II. ('., :::ic,l neio.i.t'r. iMiii.-:   j. \ .     New Vo'rk. ' liiiI:V!I)IlHI!, ILL
'       l-'.'-l'1.. ''.   II ' l.lfAT.liS,
MRS. * UNDERHILL;,     Proprietor.
■;     ' I
Superior to all others irrespective } } ]<'.
of price.    Catalogue tells yon
why.    Write for one.
sii I>reiki and Unices
I'Yes.li. I'Viiils I'vi-i-v (l;iy
' J'^i-i-sli Vi.'i;(;:l.i:l,ies
l^resli   K.ii'.^s
. h'resl-i Milk- unci Uultor
\ix A.   .l-LTON,
'.'.' '■    ..'■ I"':■;■■ ■
Fort Steele and  Kimberietr /HE PRO.M'Ei'Tni;, FORT STEELE. K C. NOVEMBER IS  1Vi.>  ��he i?rospejctca\  liATUKIJAY. XOVII.MJJKi: is. ].SHU.  KOOTENAY    IN"    1S45.  de  Extracts From Letters  of Father  Smet.  (Contintieil I-'rom J.ast  \S'fel:,J  l-'oot of the Cioss ol I'l'iii-r,  Septemher  IStli. IKlr>  ������ Mere  i'oplai's and birch trees ever iiniierint,' plajeil  .And nodding cedars fornied a vagrant slude:  On   uliose   hiirli   hr.inches,   w.ivihh;   Willi   the  [storm.  ���The birds of broadest 'Aiiiif tlictr ma iis'ions form.  The jay. the ma^pn'. the !o(]U.ii*ioiis cioic,  ,\n<l soar aloft and slum the deep~, bel(r.v'. -  fleie limpid fountains from the clefts distil.  And every loiiutiiiu forms ,i noisy rill.  J ii in.i/.y windings ��,i ml rin_'down tin- lull "  We bade adieu to the Morigeau  family on the '.ith.   and   to their  companions  oi'   the   chase,   the  ���   >Sioush\vaps.    We quitted the upper valley of the Columbia by  a  .. .-small footpath, which soon conducted,us to fi  narrow -mountain  ���defile,  where   the   light    of  day  vanished from view, amidst the  jbuge  bold  barrier.s  of   colossal  rocks.     The grand: the sublime,  the beautiful, here form the most  lingular and  fantastic  combinations.   ' Though gray i* the pre-,  vailing color, we find an immense  rock of porphyry, or white-grain-  ' ed granite.' Here and there fnSnr  the fissure of the rock, or where-  over there i.s a handful   of dust,  t/ho heavy and immortal pine enroots   itself,   adding its gloomy  verdure to the  variegated  hues  of the torpid rocks. '  These cir-  ,t:nil6ns putli's.often   present othe  most ravishing and picturesque  vistas;   .surrounded  by  colossal  ���walls, the greatest diversity and  ���most beautiful scenery inr nature  is  spread  out   before   the   eye,  ���ivhere the plu,-sh and   cedar  rise  ;tnajestically  in those  venerable  ���woods, the graceful poplar waves  ton high its emerald plumes, and  rlights il*. battles with the howl-  storm, while over the preoip  a /nn  tin* i  i-;iis(.s  l(s,('|l    J]||   -1 ���      ,.-,  ;o"iilaii.:    tin*  his eve to tiii*  lieard   irom  s,])oi,t~.iiiaii  -,  111   Hill,  '.71(1  IlliT  ��� itons and jagged'rocks, the scarcely-waving pine fills the brown  .shade with religious awe. The  birch spings from an earth car-  . peted with moss, and shines like  magnificent silver columns, sup-  porting.diadeins of golden autumnal leaves, amidst the redolent purple-berried juniper and  azue turpentines of these humid  dells and forests.    - ,  L v  Aftei' a clay's<journey through  these primeval scones, we reached the banks of the river Arcs-a-  oJats.   where   innumerable   lor-  i.       ' 11,  rents   rush    headlong,    with    a  thousand mazes from the  mountains brow, and  in   their  union  form this noble river.   From afar  ,    i.s heard the deafening  and continuous sound of its own dashes',  .as it traverses a rocky bod   with  extraordinary rapidity. We crossed the river in order to  attempt  the, passage ,of   another   defile.  still more wonderful, where the  Writers of  the   Vermillion   have  forced and opening.   Iio re everything strikes the eye:'all is wild  ,-jublimify,   iu   this  profound but  Uirbulont 'solitude.      Projecting  mountains rise like holy   towers  where man might coinnnino with  '' ihe     sky:���terrible      precipices  rising in fragments overhead���the  jtsloiiiiding noise of ihe dee]> ton-  g-ued waves, in  their  linconlined  (low. resembles thai of the angry  leiii]K.'.st. sweeping wild and free,  like the spirit of   liberty.      Now  the  breaking   waves   play   low  upon the iock-ribbed beach,- and  madly plunge into an abyss- anon  it returns foaming to   its   sedgy  bed.   apparently   sporting   with  the .sedges I'or diversion���falling  from slope to  slope,   from   cascade to cascade,   passing  in   its  course a long  train  of  rapids���  now concealing itself undei-   the  'fcu'fted'. foliage of cedar and pine-  '-again pouring   its  brilliant   aiid  .crystalline waters  into, a  capii,-  ���cious basin, as if to  take  breath  before, quitting the  ravine,   and  , final ly -procipi tati ng i is7,'"waiicl e'r-  ing course'with renovated vigor.  From1 this almost impenetrable  forest issues a harmonious sound.  -Ti.s the whistling'.or,, lowing  of  ���the noble.stag, calling, its  companion.     The  moose,   the   most  -vigilant of all animals, gives the  .signal of alarm.    He has  heard  tiie cracking branch���.he has  in--  lb.oJ.ed the hunter's deadly breath.  -leans a flock of reindeer peiohed  upon ih<* .-snow: they are 'started  at the approach of niaiu'in an instant they are lost among the inaccessible pinnacles, the  * I'.ilaces when- Naluie thiones  Sublimity in lev Halls."  We often catch a glimpse of  the graceful forms anil nimble  feats of "the 'roebucks, a^ they  caper and gallop, or tarry an instant to look" around, with their  lancet ears .distended to catch  every sound; these wild forest  stragglers resume -their course,  and finally penetrate into the  sombre forest. Flocks of wild  goats gambol carelessly ., and  tranquilly beside herds of .mountain sheep above overhanging  precipices and peaked rocks,  chequered-by patches of snow,  far beyond the reach rof huiifa'n  footsteps.  A monstrous animal, the gray  bear,    which'   replaces   on   our  lnouutains  the  African  lion,   isi  not content   with   growling  and  menancing the intrepid venturer. {  who dares infringe on his caver  nous dominions, but  sxinds  his  ^_ i *-  teeth. . ' expressive 'of 'his  rage.' Suddenly, a well-aimed  gunshot forces 'him 10 make a  lowly refcrencig: the formidable  beast rolls in the dust, biting the  sand saturated with* his blood,  and expires."  The ordinary music of the desert is, the shrill cry of the panther, and. the howling of the wolf.  The diminutive mountain hare,  six inches high, and whose biography has not yet found a place,  in natural history, amuses itself  amidst the stony 'rubbish, and  exhibits' wonderful activity;  whilst his,,neighbor, the lubberly porcupine, clambers up, seats  himself upon a branching cypress  and gnaws the baric. He views  the eager huntsman with a care  less and i'nditfercnt air,', unconscious that his flesh is regarded  as a most delicious morsel. The  industrious beaver, like a warv  sentinel,   warns   his   family   of  1 ' f ,4 1  man's approach by 'striking the  Avatcr with his tail. ' The musk-  rat, or  musquash,   plunges  im  lib  i"       \\ it li        miim.'M        ai.  iiiir.illoi;     a���'.(!     pi'*: s����� i- A)]  thai i^ seen, all "that is heard in  ihi.s iiuiatnoniiible sulii nd,.-. i>  both agreeable and , insiructivi-  il strike*, captivates. ' and ele  vales the mind towards ths--  author of nature. MirntiiH u/n'rn  I loin in i!  After much fatigue, labor, and  admiration, on the lfith we traversed the high, lands separating the waters of Oregon from  the south branch of the Sascat-  shawin, or the ancient Bourbon  river, so-called before the Canadian conquest by the British, li  is the largest IribuKiry of the  Winnepen. which flow.-, into  the Hudson's Liny by'the river  Nelson, 7>* (leg. north latitude.  The Christain's .standard, the  cross! has been reared at the  source of these Iwo rivers; may  it be a sign 61 salvation and  peace to all the scattered and  itinerant tribes cast and west1 of  these gigantic and lurid mountains." , 0  'On the  cypres  which   serves  for constructing the  cross.' the  eagle, emblem ol the Indian warrior;1*-'-'   perches , himself.      The  huntsman aims���the noble   bird  lies postrale, and even in his fall  seems to���retain his kingly pride.  It so foretblv calls to mind those,'  beautiful lines-of  the  illuslrousj  Campbell, and I quote   Ihem 'inj  full:���     '  Failon as he is. the liinuol birds still seems  l.-he nivnltv in ruins    Thuuirli nis eyes  Are .shut, that looked un.l.izzleil on the sun,  lie M.is the sultan ol thi"sl;v. and earth    ���  e.iid tribute to his e\ric   ll was perched  Higher than hiiniaii'cou.itieror o\er built  Ills bannered tort. *       '       "'      *  r, ���       lit elmi'il the iiihersestoim  And culled it iviili Ins win  upivan Diamond Drills  Most  accurate, and  most  economical   prospect-,  ing  drills  made.  Drills of all capacities, operated by hand or horse power   steam,  compressed air or electricity,  SULLIVAN MACHINERY  COMPANY.  305 and 306 Rookery. Spokane. Wash.      '-      - Chicago, III,  .KNIGHT & STOXE, Agents.  ��� CONTRACTORS FOR   PROSPECTING   MINERAL   LANDS.  T. C, A3M.TR0NG  Four S'rKiii.K. B C.  ,   Manufacturer of  Tims-are. Galvanized Iron. -Sheet  Iron.   Stove   Pipes  and  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED .i:':il VENTILATED  Q - c  Plumbing.  Pipe  tilting and  all  kinds of >ariiuiry work  flir Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   i'or  Mints  '     S)'i;UlAI.   ATTENTION   PAID   TO  .!(.)]i   N'OiCK.      ,   -  IP  VOL'  WAN"!1 A 1.-IKH7 J1KAI.     ,  ( , .  Go to the  MONTE CARLO RESTAURANT  Oil Riverside Avenue'    , ,  William Robinson, Proprietor  Mi'AI.S   AT    ALT.    HOl'H>.   ���'  .HIGHWARDEN   ',&,    SON.  i*      (  PIONEER' BARBER SHOP  O        .1  1 ' I  Everything Strictly First- Class.  FOR SALE.  An Aiiiuk'Uinator fur workinn free  milling qiiiii-l/.. S.ivc- owr 'tn jit-i-i-ellt  of trold. Wui^-ht wiih pnwi-i- is.iioy 11>h.,  Mudc in -i-ctinii- fi>r I'aflciiii* in inoviu-  Uin uhiim-     Cm ii i-n iii'iu-,t)n.-  Ai  Eujfi'ii" Mi���'ini.  i-"or l'arti'-iil.-ir- niiiih li>  .1. A. UAIIVKV, Fort Su-,-!.-. li.C.  B.   F��.   cook:.  Livery,   Feed   and   Sale   Stable.  Fort Steele. JJ. C.  Ti:.\.M!N"Cr or a'.l Kixns sor.n.'iTiia  He stopiiud   li 1������  An I'tlNV UN UlU Al-.ll>  1 U1IIN   lllN   Nll-Wl.  And Nicuiil nl iiliMMii-c 'ni-iilli  ln-.iven'N  /.i-iiilli.  0 ' I like-  A lump NiiNpi-iiik-ii from ll-, nzurc tlomu;  WlillNHiiiilui-m'.ilh him Hie workl's  mouiitiiiiiN  ���     liny  Like   nii-ilu-liillN   ;ind  liri   siri'.miN  like  liii-id  1 . ' IlliiiiUdN.  We breakfasted on ihe bank of  a limpid lake eat the "Cross of  Peace." from whence0! have the  ���honor of dating aiy letter, and  of giving you the renewed assur-  lMtico of my ]">i'i>l'ound respect  and 'Veneration: recommending  to ��yonr fervent jji-ayers, in a  special manner this vast,, desert,  which contains, so many precious  mediately into ,the witter.     The  --ouls still buried in tho shade* of  ottet;quits his sports and  slides  upon his belly among  ihe  reeds  ���the timi'd squirrel  leaps  from  bough to bough, until it reaches  the topmost shade of the tall cypress;" the martin  jumps   from  tree to tree and  buries   itself in  the    foliage-1���the   whistler   and  weasel repair to their respective  domiciles:���a    porcipitous llight  alone saves the fox his .-rich   silvery pelisse���Hie badger, or Iho  ground-hog, ,loo remote from his  dwelling,   digs   the   sandy   soil  aiid buries himself alive, to avoid  pursuit���his magnificent skij.i is  destined to adorn tho loins of an  Indian���it requires the  joint*3 efforts of two men   to  force  him  from his hiding place, and to kill  him.  The evening   previous  to  our  egression from  the   blind   mazes  ol' this tangled   wood,   our eyes  woro  recreated Jiy   a   ravishing  scene.    When it   presents  itself  after     disastrous    combat,    ihe  spectacle    consols   ihe   al'llicfed  heart   of   the   savage    warrior.  Kroin the mountain's lop wo contemplated    the    ''dance   of    the  mauitous or spirits, and theglor-  ious entrance of departed  champions into the country of- souls."  Vast columns of light varying in  splendor, appeared to divert and  balance themselves in the  heavens:���some     of     perpendicular  form: others resembling .nndul-  tatory  waves:   now  concealing,  now exhibiting themselves under  diversified aspects until   the  en-,  tire hemisphere seemed brilliantly'illuminated..'- All. those masses  united at, the  zenith,   and  then  separated 'under' a    variety    of  forms. -    .    ..  death  Monseigneur.your very humble  and devoted servant in .lesus  Christ.   ���  P: .]. DIS SMET. S. .1.  The copper production of Arizona in '!>:! was 4:1,000,000 pounds  in "US'it was 110.000.000 pounds.  The output of 'Oil is expected io  reach 140.000.000 pounds.  'The   Milwaukee"  A I'ainiiiur inline for tliu Oiicuuo.  Milwaukee & St. Paul Itailuay. known  all over iho Union as, l?io Great llail-  way ,1-iiiiiiiiiii t.lie. 'A'i'ouer Limitid."  traiiiN every (lay anil nhiht lielweon St.  I'iiul ^iiml ('liieajio. nnd Omaha and  Cliieiisio. "The only perfect train-, in  tin* world." I'liiU'i-Nl.ind: < 'onnectioiiN  are made wiih . \ll 'TraiiNCoiitinenlal  l.iiii-N. iir.Miriny lo I'iiNNeiijicr.N the be?!,  .-ervii-e known. l.n.viii'ioiiN cuache-.  electric li^hl.N. .Nteain lu-al. ol a verily  er|iial(*d by no other line.  See that your ticket i-cikIn vin "The  .Milwaukee" when uoiiiu' lo any point  in Ihe United Stales or ('aniiihi. All  ticket ayentN .~ell them.  For rates, pamphlet- or oilier informal ion. addre.NN.  .1. \\\ C'ASKV. ('. ,1. I-'.DUV,  Ti-iiv. l'.-lss. A���'t.. (Ji-nrl-.ll A^'c-lll.  skat'i'li'., wash. roirri.A.vn. on.  A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR.  A   Limited   Special   Offer Which  Will Last for Ten Days Only.  Mysterious, sulunm. i-old iiiul (rlmir.  Their SUM'S iiiiiji..st.ii-. 1 jso.'  , Like l)iit-fiurs iii-ounil tliis  oiu-iliy splim-c,  I.IUi; <i;im-s of riii-iidisn. |: '  ' \\VJ1 limy liiniKiiiiilioii faint.  Before your snered bln/e.  . Anil liiilllnd science full to uainl,   -  'i'lie sonri-e or lieiiven-lii, rn.y.N.  The aurora borealis, is a phen-  bmenoii which 1. a-hvaysy.contem-  HK.N'OIN'K IIAUUIOS IIIA.MO.S'IIS liaVcil  worldwide repulal ion. ll is alinn.sl im-  [Kissible to disliiij.ni.sli I liom li-i'ini iren-  11 inn (liamondri costing- li nnd reds (il'd ol-  lars each. . .Tlioy.arc ivoi-n by the best  people. We will forwiii-d a, (Ii-:nt1!ini-:  l-.A'iiuips Diamo.vd mounted in a heavy  i-in^', pin, or stud lo any address upon  the r(.-(,-ei|'it .of ))riee. $1.(10 each. I-Ials-  ring's, screws, or drops. $2 per pair,  i linij'���: settings' arii. inadu of one continuous piece of thick;- shelled ii'old; and  warranted not, Id tarnisli.. Special combination oiler I'or fen. (lay.s1 only! I tiny  and stud sent to any alldress upon receipt of ���1iil.;"iO. In ordering-1 i-in^'.yive  linirer nieasui-enient by iisinj;- H pieceof  strin"1���also full partiiMilars. Address  plainly.a ��� ;a  ���I'lIK   IIAKIOOS   IM.iMOMi CO.,  ll,Sl-.li,s:i  Bn.iiiil.way.  rs'e.v York.  MINING  THIRTT-TTIIfTH TEAR.  and SCIENTIFIC  24 Pages  :  "Weekly  :'Illustrated.  INDISPENSABLE ,  TO MINING MEN.  53 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.       ('  ���      ,       SKN'JI  I'OIl SAMPLE CUI'T.  MINING andsS'ntific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SA.X FRAHCISCO, CAL.  ,SUB3CRI3��,  FOli  PROSPECTCn.  | EAST KOOTENAYHOTEL  |  H Movie City, B. C. "   JIJ  B * ',*.'"    ' *   .,��'  ��^   Is a large and Attractive Hotel of quiet elegance in all iis    ^  tz. appointments, with a cusine of superior excellence        ' ^S  fc ��� '* o -**&  ^-    ' Strictly, First-Glass   in'  all   its   Appointments ,,   3"  ^   JVlciVlaHori  Bro's,  Proprietors.    3  -> *�������*������>%'S!5tSt��5S(&*iKJS'SaS5**'4f*fe*�� *St1��-.S?3t*Jf-'��NV >  S;       IS'S-'UKI.ISIIK.I) KVEKV SA'i'lIROAV. AX1") HAS A  ��  *  OL'AKAXTlil.1) Cllli'CL'I.A'riO.V I.AHUKH 'I'lIAX  A.VV p'l'IIKH IWi'UK IN KAST ICOOTIl.N'A V. IT IS  Al.l. IIOMK'l'KIN'I'l.'.l). AND CONTAINS UOUII1.K  TilK AMOt'NT OI-' NKWS Ol-' AN*i' I'Al'HR IN* Till:  D1STKICT.  ^^X-^**����i<'��****^''S^��X'^*':��**S!,K-,5-ifcS:-'St-'i��^S"-S-^;  ^<ls   An    Advertising  Unexcelled.  yd  >t'    TlIK  I'KOSI'Kf TOI! COViatS A  DISTRICT  It/  ll,    I.AniO'.l.' '1'IIAN "sOMK  ll.MI'Il.-KS   AND HAS  J}J    I,AltCI'.  I.'OIM'.HIN CM.'CI'l.ATION  111  ^>-S-B-i-S-S^-3-=-3-3^-S-3^^-7^'J-37-S-3-7'^-5^^-d-S-d^  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays7Prom The G^rass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake, One !",   The Result Will Be To  Your Interest.   ' ������''-.''   7     ,   ��� ' . X  .jo'i.:; I'liiNTiNf.;  EXECUTRIX  OF  ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMRTLY: mfr M-i   nn /~\*  . r\ i-^/-��rm���.-*-��  THE PROSPECT'J L\  FOWT STEELF,  P. ".. NOVEMBER  ly 1=00.  TIIE    PROSPECTOR,  76'    l'VJlLL-IJlL:,     H.j.hJ.Y   Ji)  TJJE   J'..')sPK<'j'Ol!   inVJ'AXY.  A.   Ji.    r!UA',  FVHLISHEU.  IU) I FOR   AM'  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��>ci\ Saturday and lias a guaranteed  circulation. laij;��-'r tlmit ii'iy oilier paper  in KaM Kouiena>. Ii is all home i'liiuc-J  end contains Joiihle the iu-u- of un$  Oilier paper in ilie d:~met.  f,i  .As an ailvcttising inedi.:,n ii is unexcelled.  Devoted io the upbuilding of Foil Steele the  development of the Mist ininrral re-ouiees of  ilie E.ist Koo'er.uy iniinnt-' district  Subscriptions         i .'DO pei  ,\t*.n  ' &dvt'itiMii�� r.ites madcJuunwi on .ippiicitior'  Contributions .lie solicited irom all p.u-tsof the  listriit. out all matter intended for publicit'ou  3iu>l. n.i."e the v.rucr's sM'ii;iiu;i;. ���  .]  ;<-;i-o-  iiiilK-s (if Movie   is    <���!"!<.(-1  eJ il will make that Tow i:' (.*.'  ^ivatcr importance thiin any ht -  i ween Leilibj'idire and Kooteiniy  iLanding. It is said ij-;il 1:1 ;i  short time lully JO'.1 m. n c,,.ild  be employed in the mines alone.  A rumor has been industriously circulated that. Joseph Martin  will be a candidate iu Saskatcho  wan in the next Dominion <re*ier-  al election. Mr. Martin,.says the  report is absolutely untrue.,  The  London financial   jia])ei's,  have   special   comniissiom'rs   in  iiiiii.-sh Columbia who will   write  ���pi ihe :jii!ei"il ix'sn'iin-s   of  the J  I'rovitieo, - \  Headauarters   for   Mining   and.   Commercial   Men  The  TUiS   PA PP"P  Is w ;it 1.11 Lie 1; uk   ilv-  imo . -w.r!.n .,..:,���-,...,!-,. i  \.j.\.ITdt.  SO) .-..".> >" I'.is-. V,.- ���.. ,, ,.r , 'n ,.; -i.  sp -., ���., , \V, ^.' - . t :-' v - *'r - '.s .^ i,i 1,1 ,  ���or:i. , ' <*  CiTte 3?rxr'0^ci:tcr  SATUKDAY. XdVIOUiKi;^   1 ���=!>!..  ' ��c!.itoii:il      Comment     on       Cmvit ut 1  T(*lllL"l, >' .  >'      Xe'.v     Im tner     Lciikc:     I-i     is.  I aiiain-,1  'in"  law   in   IVino*   Ld-���  ' .va'"d J*sl oi'l '"  neat   ,>nui:ii'   loi  l *i .   ,  'i*ii;tiiM in,: uivt 1 ii , Ij thai w,is ,  V1;.' :,i*\ iii '!iis ]',rp\iii.'e ihim of j  ' the inhahiianis \v(nild be broke'  payiu'i t-iiii's. The Dutch 4real ,  ' is no! in phiiviii.,l>. (7  *���     Toronto   Star:    Kiirhl'iiir ..Joe j  Al.irtiu i.s.  eeiim   '.*.eleo'inecl   wi'.ii  ���I'  1  ���1  ��� I  11  v]  ���Jr.  .cru  /'KIIAIA .Y_*-A 7��� /;AA  i-S.v WW.IJ,  "What i- inK'ticd ;n For? Stee-u  'vJis a permanent mineral exhibit.  Nothing will b.;n��r auv��rti^meful,��" ;,nijS inro "^W^-valhv;  fold. , The Liberals will wish the  Opi'<.wh4on niiii ii joy of ith, t<,>nd-  Yy-?y ,   '  Y'li/ti-r Ni. (.'I*.' neiii Oi'iAiktaiiil.  i *v'c.l' I1 lid lis uimerai   iv.sO'.ncOs.  'Tins   ft   i'l   matter  wliiiii   C&mes .  prop(;i']y,,withiu   the  ,i ..Col . one oi' the sixtv  rnlaniier:  .-sLiu-iiou  of the Board 0/ Trade.     A ruom  of suitable size shotiM hn  selec  :   e.i.   and   specimens'fiom  evei-v ' who paid a riuo ��V  shu'ik)  each j  ,jmr.i and, inspect iu dlH A'w'ki  io'dv >yar* 'a$�� in ���Iol��"m0s<bur{r. !  disphiv'ed.  '   Mhv.v .-straii<rers are .Soutli   Africa,   and   who  was  a|  visiting Fori ^tef-lu aiK,l it 'v^;:!*1  ]n-cr:X-wm ���:.:::��, mauagvr there;  interest them --o see lor rhem^- ��� for three^y. ars, thinlrs that after,  ves what we havp to otter. "This ' the ���Briush hav<> subjugated the,  matter has been discussed before1! Boers  the   Transvaal   Republic j  hut nothing ever came of it. and I will not be destroyed,   but  that j  it'is to be hoped that the  Board | the Uitlander.-  will  he'uivenaj  of Trade will now take hold and j vote and special privileges aboi-  pubh it:    There are a'number, of t ished."  jirivate collections which the Spokesman Review:���-In a stiff  .owners would no doubt be glad -war with the Boers England has  t.i  loan for exhibition purposes discovered some  -weak  spots  in  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C  f ( (��  Large    Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  as/they are not 1o.be taken  away. Spokane will have due  of the linesf collections in ,the  Northwest. and t Fori Steele  should certainly" have a collection which will show what' we  have to oiler.  l  The British navy will have  but little to do in the present  win-, biitil' France or Russia attempts lo interfere, they will find  ihal the navy,will be -strictly in  it. and that "Britannia still rules  the waves."  �������-���(  Canada   to  the Queen:���"The  woods an* lull   of Dominion  soldiers, and   if   more   are   needed,  why   you   are  welcome   to them  .all.' '  its army, just as the United  States discovered tiie ��� -cankers  of a, long peace" when it went to  war with Spain. A London diso  patch says "the public is beginning-, with some anxiety, ,to see  what would have' happened  should any great- power have  takeji the opportunity to attack  Cireat Britain." In that event it  would have been discovered that  the other great power had weak  spots in its army. ���  Spokane Chronicle:���The emperor has ordered all Prussian  army officers to keep away from  the Transvaal. The order i.s  probably'the result of a careful  readhig of the English casualty  list. The climate does not seem  conducive to the health of army  officers.  Nelson Tribune:���When Kootenay gains   the Canadian Pacific  The  Kimbley Hole  The   haying    is   that   gold   is  ��� where you Iiiul it.     Large  quantities  of'placer  gold  has  been  taken from Iho  placer diggings does not lose, and the policy  of  of  Wild   Morse  creek,   and now  the    company,   now    that   A-fr.  the  free  gbld   quartz  claims on jShaughnessy   directs   the man-  Boulder.    I'lusl   Fork, 'and   the-iagemeht.   is  said   to  be  in   the  main   creek   are   demonstrating 'direction of building up   a  town  the lactl that in the near  future I in Kootenay that, will  he  a   real  the grand old creek will produce ! rival to Spokane,  'as much, if not more,   than   was, . Vancouver Vforld:���- Even   the  taken out in   the .sixties.      This J Britisli army cannoyx1 expected  creek and its tributaries, are  tli - ! 1 o   h'srht   against    the    enemy's  rectiy tributary to, Fort  Sieele. .sharpshooters     and     its     own  and   will   prove   ro   oe   ihe most   mules.  important tar-tor iu tiie up-build- ' Th(l Uny> of lht, Osiiiadian coning of the .'utiire metropolis of .jn���.on, naV(.. ,,���,. advantage.  South Easl Kootenay , They do not have to read all the  'poetry thai has been published  Those people who sill up to about them,  see the meteoric display on Tuesday niii'lu were disappointed.  They will not liave another  .chance to witness <uch a di.~p!av  in '!):'> vears.  Kimberley,   B. C.  l 1- c- t 1  (I I       ' ������  I ' f  I i  WELLMAN     <��     HUREL,     Prop's.  o  1- L o '  ��� ��    < ^~_ "���  &      $2   PER   DAY      &  Is a large and "Attractive Hotel of Quiet Elegance in all  its Appointments, with a Cusine of Superior  Excellence.'  Now Open  Star- Hole  Kimberley,  H:: W.�� Drew, proprietor.  B. C  LAliUE   AND   COALM ODIOUS   SAMPLE   liOOiMS   FOR  COMMEKCTAT* MEN.     , '  The  Waldorf  SPLEX im> AC('HMMODATIONS  FcBHI:. B. C.     OLD TUWX.  1 .,'  '".e Kooi^s ,for Go mm fire i a 1 M :i  No Ti-uv ?il..ii"  o  ii1 runs wit hin ten le"' ��� ���'  "c  ���ii ,  o1' ha v and grain.     .',' .  0".  Pjso the Door.'  A    raifroad   liivi-.onal  never   vet    nuide   a    uiitiin  eoiniiierciai center   irJi--.  t In* mines ,ni(  it up.  ���j   and  it   had  coinillerce IO   ii.lfk  1    ../I'here ��� seems' to   u��'   im doubt'  but   the.  -main   repair  shops and  ��� ! otlier i'lid.ust.rios coiinectcd   with  1 I,lie Crow's Xest. railway   will   he  a.t   X'clson.      Tln.vii'1 ..,;i n*   -things  ..'Crailbrooji cannot  ho|ie lo  'have,  'Except as !i.'ing   n    point''where  engines 'are. clii.u.ige'l''no ''itrtlier  ,ini iiorl.a iice   ca.n.    a 11 aeh 71,0    J he  ,town from a railway yiandpoihi.  I f the (-(inijiina.tion. of (lie   jrn���- :  "What tin.- Boer is Like.  !     Max 0'ILeII. the gifted French  1 author, thus describes tho   Boor  in  his book.   John   Bull   it   Co.:  1 "Take all that is dirtiest,   brav-  poinl  est. most old-liishioni.'d ami im^st  'o,bsiinaie in a Breton, all  that   is  sly  -aispicioiis  and    mean    in   a. j  Xorinaii.  all   thai   is   shrewdest, I  nrost I'lO'Spiiable and   most .pari-i  i .' ���   . ���   .,, .j  . tan.-.and bigoted  in   a   Scot,    uiiXj  ; well stir and serve.' and.y'oii'have  a  Boer, and il',,voir will--a   boor, j  .\'o\    ilu-    world    of   today    goes |  a.roi.UKl too rapid ly , to  nl|ow -tiie j  Boer   to   stand     still:-. '. , lie     will !  ha V.e lo' iiicnd or end. " ���   .   i  Everything New. First Class and up to date  In Every Particular  \V;  !  II.    A  \\*'tl   'l"V('|'   I'l'L!!".'  t 1  'OUSF.,     -  ) I;  HEADQUARTERS   For Travellers and Mining Men.  RESTAURANT   OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT,  i I"  Sl.'ir- mill  ore.   a I  11  IV  ir ' b'/.tiili-    a lid    '  enler  s siii ppeil :; ] s;i Ions   (if'  I ,e |,'oi and  I ro'n'M'Msk  'J-'.',7>i'> lo'ns. 'a   total   ol"-."I'lll'tt   ion's  ���i.ipiM'o.viiaal.iii-g in   value s7r>.U00  '.r  h. w..drew;;.  .   Proprielo.r.  SOjUEV HEW  Ball Bearings in a Sewing Machine. The weakest woman cair  run the EtDREDGE B. withonfc  harm to herself, or eveu getting-  tired. It's just fun for a well  woman to run it. It is noiseless 5  Las self-threading shuttle ; automatic bobbin winder; complete  set of attachments. A perfect  machine at a low price. Warranted for five years. No other  as good at anywhere near the- -.,-"'"  . pricie. Insist on having Eldredge  B. There is an Agent for it in.  your town. ~-y '. !��� ���  MANnKACTDRnn hy TnE  National sewing machine c<J>;  NEW  YORK AND CHICAGO.  ��� .r���^���-,,. .��� j Aiit--f,L-L-tnni iiiigc.si.se\vnip j\iaoiiiiie i-acLorvijj  C-TI'l' Ol? PART Ol* STAND OF TTIE t]ic world iciUincipficily of seven liuiidrc-d.��tn<3  n���Ui. yi.  ���  jYlDREDGE B      a      ' sixly-four macluucs per day; laleKIdrcdgcStfe  The second lnrsest SewiiiR sraeliine r'aclorvia    " '    " ~a<l  sifts.  E.  i*T4.K  (*  I; :e prospect''R. : op/  ���'7EMBER  1P.  1<-Tif.  W$&.$fxo&pzct&y:.  SATUKUAV, XOVIJMREK IS. lbiiii.  General Mining Notes.  The  Nelson  Miner's   Windermere correspondent says:���Steve  Voting- arid George Geary,   both  formerly oi' Fort Steele but now  of Peterboro,' liave .sti'uck il rich  On Spring creek during1 the past  month.     They   have   located   a  group of claims; on the same lead  as the   famous   Paradise  group,  and have practically  as  large  a  showing*.    -  It in learned that a deal for the  '       o     , 11 ,  Bear croup on Htigaugo creek-  north of Windermere, i.s hot,'  peirdinir, This i-. the wonderful  strike reported two or throe  weeks ago. as having been made  by Robert, McEeom'an and Dan  SladJandcr..  The now mil' at the   Republic  C'orea oj- establish Russian ascendancy in Northern China  would bo strategically, politically  a deadly inenauce to Japan's  rapidly developing strength.  Japan believes her navy i.s  strong- enough to attack Russia  and the general opinion is that  the interest ol the two nations  are so c.onllicting that it is impossible to avoid a rupture in  the near future.  iiiiMiAWAiiiMiiiAimuaMaiimiiiiiAimuiii^  t'"  ^ R'PPC h/HAf ^a> ^UAl deceived another iarye consign  | I\ul c)Illl W ment of Eastern Winter Apples. North  3  ery Spys. Baldwins, etc.    Pi ice .**���(;. 7r, per barrel.  h i   i-> i  JL   ' Ji\ X  ?E  C*' "T  " ' T    l  ^s   i    f-   (-i        i-*      H  '  * n  LOUR  STORE  I  capacity   of   "a  mine will have  tons a day.  c        ,J  Arrangements have been in  ' * i i  foi^the establishment of a new  smelter with a1 capacity of 200  tons of ore per day.  One hundred and iifty men are  employed in building the ('/-ranby  smeller at Grand Forks  The mines at Rossland shipped  G1U0 tons of ore last week from  live' mines,   namely  War  Eagle  ' 2350 tons. Le Rqi _:J3(3 tons. Center Star 930 tons, Iron Mask _70  "tons, and tli'e  Virginia  i'0  tons.  ��� The oi'e was \v,oi*th in the neighborhood of ��1(10.000.  Ai. Whcelei', one of the first  prospector's on Kootenay lake,  having landed where Ain'sworth  now is situated the spring of  188-1, and resided there continually until recently, is now superintendent of the Tyec mine at  Florence. Idaho.  The gold output rof Cripple  creel? during- October was 82,-  00J,i'>0iJ. It is estimated that the  total for the year will" not  fall short of 8lfi.0n0.U00.   C-������T   3 KERSHAW has just received another large consignment of %  3 tho finest Ceylon Tea obtainable in f~Ai> and 1 fl> packages t  ^ (Star of India Hrandj once tried always Used. Prici  )'ic. jjer 1Ij.  3       -,  3  and  :-es y.ic.  British Columbia Poets.  Someone has said:���Poets are  born not made", but British Columbia is raising up a crop which  will make Alfred Austin look to  his laurels.    ,, Nearly  all   ol   the  newspapers have a poetry foundry which <rrinds out alleged   pathetic verse.    All of it i.s rot. although some ol it i.s not so much'  decayed a.s the rest, it may keep  a while now that winter i.s  coming on:      War is bad enough but  when    people    are    obi iif ed    to  peruse such stuff,   they   all  J'er-  tK1e  venlly pray for Ihe door of peace  to settle  down on  the  contending armies in the'Transvaal.  3  3  See Kickshaw's windows .for new cookie's and candies he  has a grrat variety and at popular prices.  I'i'Mor  HEW TGWHSITE BUILDING, ��  Latest Results of Transvaal Troubles.  |      KERSHAW'S Billiard and Pool Table  is as true as steel.   E  The  Rambler.  i     (       . O        _ .   i\  A*young couple wr.ll known in  '  Fort Steele recently paid a visit  to St. John's church in order  to  practice hymns for  the- Sunday  service, while loudly engaged in  practising,      some     wag    came  ' along, turned the key and locked  the couple in, when the practise  was over and they attempted- to  leave the church  their way  was  barred.      Soon    the   gentleman  was seen emerging from  a  window and shortly  after  his  companion followed suit.    They   did  not know  they  were   observed  but  several   people  were in the  secret, and enjoyed  the  discomfiture of bur friend.  The Port Steele band is getting  worse and worse, they were out  for practise Saturday night and  - the longer they practised the  worse the din. Tho bass drum,  the E Hat tin can, and 13 flat coal  oil can were not. in tune, and  govern!'other   instruments   were  in tl io same lix.    The  next,   time  i  the band comes out for practise  it is to be hoped that Ihey will  take a trip up Wild Horse and  spare our citizens the torture  they inflicted last. week.  i. Rr.ilroad Rumbles.  .The" ^Canadian Pacific ha.s  placed an order with the .Richmond' Locomotive Machine  Works for twelve compound consolidated locomotives, to be delivered in May l.sOU. Under the,  contract each engine will weigh  I."50.000 pounds.  The   sombre    br,o\vn    of   tho  Croat Northern equipment i.s to I  be  replaced   with  a   rich   olive  green, with   which  all oH their  r  passenger cars will   bo  painted. J  As fast as the chaiiife  can   bo'  made all of the'passenger eenip- I  ment will bo  painted  green,   as '  less liable to show the'results of  dirt and dust. j  The Canadian  Pacific  railway.  will have surveyors in the valley  of  the   Kootenay,   next   sprinr.  preliminary to building the rajl-,  road to Golden.  3 perhaps that's the reason why. tlio oalls are kept a rolling, t  3 anyhow   call   and' test   it   for yourselves,yon will be made *E  -*       i ' "~  3  welcome. ' ��  3 ~~  JE. G. WILIER, Pro,  k  Tim proprietor-of -hi- Fort Steele Flour and Feed  Storo'Miiionijs us 'bar. his miller ha.s instructed him,,  Hour and milling goods have taken'a sharp advance in  price, he therefore recommends his customers to at  ,once lay in a sto"k of Hour and meals etc.. for winter  which he will sell at same price as heretofore for cash  until arrival of new stock for which ho anticipates  '���av'ucf to pa.- niuc-l higher prices, and may thoivfnro  h.ive -o cha.���<_���.��� fo- ii. proportion. Tin- new crop of.  of'1.-:* ni.: -h.ij'ij;, b>" marked   at   much   higher   ur'ces  m  ST-  3  55  Rooms to Lei" at Kershavs. apply at the store.  1,1  fc     I I vm  tn '!i   ai * no .'  ly in pi-ice':  article he y;\'.  hiif.      L"  uoods ai'.-  *,v tw-1* 7  '  provi-dint:. 'Jutlor is advancing r.ijiid-  A unless ho is aide to obtain a Hrst Hanoi .-apply niv. -o you are ���,:.'',. in  buy.  iis  (   '\ioil    tea.-,  i'i Me ((.���itcn'1"'1  >.  'l's ... l i  sa;  n-e   the. stnIf.-his price-and  ���ipon. accordi'iii to   nrirkei^  . *s ad v'.'inJ:;��.'.* ������,':.  It is now generally admitted,that Kor-Juiw's Bread, and |   M/:-ir~- Freighting1 ;Bor.o at Reasonable Rate's  Cakes cannot be beaten, we are now tho oldest 'established   t   ill'/?  3 public bakers in this town.  i 1  E:    I )Wi  \w  L LIAVE  VOU It ORDERS FOR  FJl.'K WOO!)  ^tm^TTnTTTTTTTTT'mT7TTTTTMTTTTmm?TUT?n?TTTnT7?ryTrrTV7rK?"?T7nTT'rt'r?t>TTTTUmTTrTTC:    .'^^S^^^^S^uM^f^^f^^^^^^^^^SS^SS^::  m>  Bfrid'e' Bro  9  RAILWAY  ' Cascadei Record:���Jack' Stewart says ditylio'lit' will be put  througlr'the Bull Dbg tunnel by  Christmas.'but it will take another month to put on the finish-  jng- touches. ' It will be ri.flOfi  feet long, and there are but between aOO and 000 feet to drive.  Litely the work ha.s been progressing most satisfactorily, fhe  progress being1 at the rate of iifi  feet per week.. The bore is 10'x  21 ioet in size. c  Owing lo a scarcity of rails  the Canadian Pacific will not extend its lino from Greenwood to  Midway and work will be suspended for the present.  Japan May f ig-ht Russia.  London, Nov.   l.">.���Hurry   ur-  'dors have been  received   by   the  builders of the Japanese   battle  ship now in process ol' construe-  lion   at  Clydebank   to  complete  the   vessel   a.s   speedily  a.s   pos  siblo.    The new ship, which will  be one of the largest alloat. is lo  be finished by  January   I.   lildO.  It is believed thai these  instructions are the result of increasing,  tension     between     Japan     and |  Russia. I  A Good Word For Canada.  VI  Lord Aberdeen speaking at  Scarborough recently referred  to Canada as the "Brightest jewel in the British crown, destined  lo take a still higher part in imperial govcrniont." and prophesied increased brotherhood, not  only between Canada and Croat  Britain, but between Canada and  I he United Slates.,  Excursion  Rates  WINTER,  RESORTS  California, Japan  and Tub  Hawaiian  Islands  Wanted:--I-'.-u-niei-'nous* or , ihor  iu-  rti.-ti'ioiis persons of lair  educ.iTion  in whom  l-id (id -a month would lie '  im iiidiH'omei.i.    -|   could   :il,o en- I  j-'ii^l:  a J<-\v  liidfcs   ;it   ihuir   own i  llOUKJ.s.  T. n.'LINSl.VT'!'.     ,   '���   -  liltANTJ-'O.'."!'.  Wanted:���1 ii-iiiJit> men and woinc.n wfio  iii-f not too proud lo uoi'lcund wou  ,    likuio liiiilrusoiue money during tiie  next  three  months   iiundli.-]^   -.he  u-ondei-ful "Litjlai'il Jjifo."    W.dUii  , d.iy  'lire:. mhh��  make  1 .vice thai.  a ilv\'i.enuiicL''(ir wipitiil jin; 11 ert-.u-v.  '  (    ���'. ' , '  BRADLEY-GAnRETSON CO..  LIMITED.  i I Vautl'ji-d. '  Agents:--Qui-    Chrii-tmas   books' :-:-e I  ready."    L-'i-om Filry Cents up.  l-'oiu-  hookr, c.\j)lniiH'd in one fi'Obpr-oUis.  ''-.v.Onl'   ia-   "C'limous  .Men  and   (J rent  THE LARGEST STOCK" OJ*11  HARDWARE in "Easi Kootenay.  ���J ( ,  HEATING a"d  OOOK STOVES  In  Hardware  gp  Powder, Fuse, and Caps  .*   .Mining .Supplies.  Drill Steel etc.  selling hook   en-  enyauod   in  other  iiyoncy business you lose mor.oy   to j T*f Steel   Rods  i^the best, <ii.poi-|i��f      Bamboo Rods  CHEAP RATES to the OLD COUNTRY  In connection with all steamship  lines via  Montreal,  Boston and  New York.  continue.    I-Jcn.  '  I unity for .'linking moiiey you   over I �������'���  llild/     Di^;   jir/ilit.   ui^y   mile,  n.-u |  '.I'.  plan. ;ret our oiler sure. I T!r  I i*i  BRADLEY-GARRETSON CO.,  LIMITED. I   '���"  ,    Kriiniioi-il. I ������*   : \&  Ag-ents: ���Di-eytu;,: the 1'i-is-oner ol  Devil'.s Island. Full Moi-y ol the  ino.st, i-eniai-k;il)le .Military Trial and  scandal of the ajie. Biy hook, well  illu.sti-ated. .sells on sij.]]|. Snap for  1   canvassers.  BRADLEY-GARRETSON CO..  LIMITED.  lb-antlord.  Fish Baskets  Landihit Nets  (I'riiuliofirl. Rods  ALL    KINDS    OF  ,'A sheriff's posse attempted to  arresl a Navajo for holding up.a  cowboy at Flagstaff.' Arizona,  and as a result live Indians and  one white mini wore killed.  Tho London Times referring  to the Anglo-American entente  as. "Friends and proud of it".  It is atfain reported that Iho  Russian's are marching1 towards  the Afghan 1 rentier.  ���I,,oi"   rates  and   lull   information  dross iio.-ii-esi (MM:. a��i*nt. or  ad-  Agentsi-'-Lii-htoI Lile." 'J'lie Xou  'rest.iment ex|)lainoti and ilie Live.s  ol the Ajiosile.s: two books in one.  . Kudoi-ted by till olei'sfyiiiun. Doinin-  /.u for oiiiiviiSsei-o. Agents liikiny  order* from rhi-eo-Jourlh.s ojills  made. Ifyuu ivuni ,i-luu-e in ihi-,  uold mine. IiumIo.  Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.  MHAXTKORW. OXT  ,    Euirlish Flies       ,   *{{?  Casting Lines    ���}���  Reels^Jr  LTNES *$  HOOKS $>  A R'PJ PTC \A L  B A L'J\S i$f  ���fj? In fact a complete sportsmans paradise  J�� Conipapses.   Minjral   Grlasjes,   Spectacles,   Eye   Shades.   EyetjT  iJi, Shields and Smoked1 Glasses.. ' ^  Pi'osilectors !l,u*- ^liners should sec the display oi"  ���$*  <  ������'-  m  i*i  -I-  �������  ���*���  ������~  My stock oi Toilet Soaps is complete and the variety  ',. in tliisjiiH. is astonishiiiif.  Pionser Drue Hail ro-���  T,r A.   W.  }|I.l"'ASDIiLL    Gi'aduiiieOi]ta]'iofoll.j!;i'oLr'h.-!i'i  C. E. McPHERSON, General Pas-  monger Agent, Winnipeg.  An  uneasy   i'oolinn'   rogardiiu  the relations ol lius.sia and Japan j Aden, at 1h(* nioul li  of   Hi  is siiroading hen*.    There is   no J Sea. while the New Oi  doubl tbal   .lajiau   is   practically  allied   with   China,   despite.  I.Ikj  degradation 'which the- Empress  ���dowager 7 inflicted      upon     the,  Chiiiesi*, envoys" to .l.a|'iaii on  'their recet.it return. Tiiis was  ''merely  ,it;. tactt'iii   ino.v'e  with- n  view of appea-sing-RtissiT."-  Tlio  Japanese  are' .convinced  An Ocean Race For Manila.  Washington.    Nov.    Hi.��� The  New     Orleans   is    beating   Ihe  Mrooklyn   in   ihe  ocean i,ice lor i  ���' i  Manila.      The    Mrooklyn   .sailed [  today    from     l'orl    Tewlik    Jor  x'.'d  oaiifs ar  I'ivd at l'orl Said al ilu* western end of the Suez canal ye.-stei -  'day. Mut tlio Now "Orleans, ii' is  said ''at. ���'������the navy deparfinonl.  Where lily race is being, wale-In-d'  wil h interest, has gained a full  day's"time on' 'the crack j^.mor-  ic.an cruiser, as .she is   now   only  "Brrks'  Quality"  IN  JEWELRY  There is a satisfaction in wtftrinj; Jewcliy  of known quality, .i single fine piece gnuiK  more pleasure tlinn n host of infeuoi ones  He it a dollar stick pin or a thousand dollai  diamond, Kirks' name is a ^uaianlee .is wl  make no plated jewelry, no solid ftold jewelry less than f(itirlt.cii Karats fine, and im  diamond moiiiititit>s uiidei  t ij;litr��'n kai.its  Our lar^e sales and modem methods of  manufacture enable us lo sell "Kirks'quality"  for little more than the cost of lower ftrade.sv  Write for illustrated cjalalogue.  ���tl^'/-  VL: - ��� 't ���  -M.-*-.i.1>r":-v">*n��i- ri  CALGARY FLD  prefeNj TO Ajgfj'Offlg  it  ������������  '�����-  ������������  '���>  ���I*  '��������  <��������   ',��� "����� -U' ���'.-    --  ���<��� 'v- -C-  ���/ ����� �����!��� -����� ���** TfT T������TT��T1?<?;r��rT��T1T,T1S>?-f<i;-7f��'  three' (lays behind,   starl 11114-   uiit  thatto ]ii,:.riniti Russiit to acquire1 dor a-' handicap.1       ���.'������'  DEPAHTMENTn  Diamonds,  Sterling Silver,  Silver Plate,  Walchcs, Etc.  ii?  Henry Birks,& Sbn.  BIRKS-  BUILDING  MONTREAL   ���  Jewellers (o His l-'xcellcncy  (he Karl of M into.  GRASStCK   &   DEMPSEY.  0  CO A7 TRA CTO1 v> S  AXIJ  BU1LUERS.  I'Virt    Sleele    |{ ('  GOLD PLATED. Si -vim  to   um wltU ymtr  nuiia ��nJ   ndi!rni(.  and vr *W fc��rw��j'il thi-i walrli t<�� y<>ii  by cxpr^ti* fur (utnmlimlltin.     II Is *  '���nnp*l)A4-k uinl bo;.' lutM-pronf  ojirri (m-m, mEciii whl'l nint unt,  L'-iliI   i��l.iU-il.   h.-iiulu'iiiii-lv <"n-  BTftVfld.   It luoitrt It*.*- ��."����llir  j;"I'l  wftt''li.  tn fjtle.l   ivitii   i  7-Jah-vIIM   AiiK'itcui   M."l.l  .Mov/jjiniii IJiat ne ivjirniiif ;>>'  i:iv*< K��t*l  M\U,tn<-tkm, nnd in  r. ra Jnit t'mwntrti fortrrtdincinir-  '3^Slf%ia poi��t,'��.   If :W'it*r i-au-rnl i*.\:un-  *K��ffi��ft   .iri:L^'"�� ym (lM.l (life win,.-],, ir.  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WIXDERMEUU #: DONALD  erchamts  �� a Speciaitu  Genera!  Ring:  Miners ^oinn northward via Canoe River Ivoute will tind it a I;  savins and ciinvenieiico lo ]irocure their .supplies ai   Donald  SOUC.ACRXTS lor  irtie  :lly.-ni.-l,n.sni..:,l. |i:,v  II,.- .��T|W��n ,1K,.���i. (;.,,;, ���,���(  clmrit.'H. :tl;0 it fi yniijA.   ���'���  Canton   Sled Company  Windoi'iuero, d'olc'leii ;'iiid Donald  .Minin.LT .Divisions.  Tenywataeo.. nronio.o���t. Ate/its  at Windermere .for the California Giant Powder Co. THE PROSPECTOR,  FO^STE'^LE, ,ll ^.NOVEMBER 17-7.1899.  '..'Qjjjg '^V$&1  satiji'DAt. xqykmbkr is,-ts!iy.-  I,;-'.,'-'.. "  ''A.  '���. '���''-,,��� Promoting- Miningy Enterprises. '.''���.  ' yy Air; exaggeration  op the  facts  ������\v1ieiy presenting,;1 a'/ini'ne qr.^a  ��� prospect tor saleyieldom  accOui-  ���pli'shes At hey desired '.-result, and  : often7hasya'   reactionary'' effect.  'Ayhteh 7t]ve.7inisrepresentatiqn7ts  ydiscovered. ,'Iii these 'days; little  .or-.'nothingyis taken   vfdi' grant-.  ed,.'yyasyivas7 often���.the7case in.  former years, aud now. in  Order |  .1.imtil.es.rc'garding-tiie u Into popV  million oi' South-; Afriony aiid, it i.s  'difficult- to'tiiTiveata clear' idea  of its'distribution between Eng7  lislt and Dutch:;  It 'is ; generally,  admitted.-   however,, .that  while  the Dutch 'outnumber.. the  English���including "all 7 .non-Dutcli  Europeans--lir Cape Colony" and  the Orange,Free; State,���; quite decisively the reverse is the fact ih  Natal aiul Trails vaal.    The most,  authentic 7 hi formation j 5ret  pnb-  lished'.js that;prepared by PresidentA. W- '.taggers, of the 'Unit-  eel Chamber: of1. Commerce1  of  ; toynterest capital a mine -.owner   ���   '^niust havea'p^perty.'wqrthy' of:| Cape Colony, and, which -claims  necessary-, investigation,, to  ���7   'th*  ' a'', say  nothings pf a;y,possi'ble sttb-  ,7   ''secuientHin'estihent. ������ AHealiziiiii1  .'',    '     . .     .     ���    .���.-������'--.   > -   -      . ������  '...    ��� :.   li  ���������    i;   ,     ' ���  ������'������-';.��� thi*?. 7the7 c.laim7:''ownor,y,i!i,7:lHS  - ianxietVto'i.irqffer soiiu'thini:1  at:7  : <?���'   A '   fi������....   "..I    ���        '���      -        ������    '   ���,-   ���   ���������    ���'  '    A"    . ���'.���������   '.I  7 tractive; to the. poss,n.>10: i,iiy(,*sior, ���['-���'��� '":���������'���   ���_���       ; :Ppy  XX aM-kno^gy/perhaps'^tljat "this.! ���l- (Jo)<J"-'"'*���  7" "��� property tlbes not possess .all; the  7 ;ymeri ts ,::;of 7;a77b6uanza7!7i s y) ed7 to  'p /;2Sl^ce:qxag|rerai:iedy\;aluos 0117 his  to be.based 011 official  and 'Com  mercial data.: 7,That 7i*rentleinan  states that if,, in the; following  tab'lej'.'.ht.hiiff erred,;: it is in,ovi?r-  estiinainiig the Put eh: population 7  .,; 7 7a7 :''" '!       .'.y'Du'Wip 'English.  ;7#B:T7:S^EEE.E,ffBr:eO  MANaEAGTBKERSyahd     BKEAVERS yOP    EXTRAS, FINE  BfiJ^^^^1^3KI3El&  y/AAiMA"'������.:'���'��� xxp COMPLETE-; PLANTS      p- ;_  Ready;M* prompt Ship^  BOILERS;  y   HOISTS  PUMESa 7-  BUCKETSi  CARS, WHEELS 7  -iXy-x-'dM AXLES  Wire Kopt> aiid Supplies  ;;7.tlfer  76res7: ahd:7tho7-grfeatoBt,'widtli Of  7veinsb'ecOmes, itsa-veras/e-: .widths  "���'"'.'   " '���","'"' ���'  ���' ���   '        '.--';   '.   ;'   ���'' 'f ���'���'J ���        '���'���������  -"'       ''���     ...:.-������  ,'.-. ���  .; Al 17.t lie 7 d isacl va ij t a ges: 7 iii-e 7>' ti o-;  j ,/Bechtuinalahd  I Basiuoiaiid,.1.'. ',-.  jbran|i?;F. '^.^7;  j;i^atal,:ywiih.Zu-.  j Inland yy:..' ... .  i-TninSvlfaf....'. .,77  ! Eotleste,;.  I'^O.i'i.'t.'...  ":.-,'.! .'JOi'r'  ,;,'/" ytipp'  y-^-A^x  ���bO.OOOv  y-T.Si)()':  uy.s0o  ," 'x$SO  :i5:iii;)i)  sold ^by/v .^  ! B o 111 eel,b e e i ��� ip r'"'. i; 1 in i 1 v use xn s pec in 1 ty  Write for. Estiinates^and Catalogues  JEHCKES MACHINE CO;   Ixxpxfxx'  CANADIAN RAHO DRILL CO.  X)  !AiS.*5i'iiYj OUTSIDE OKpEKS,.a'h7EX STE1GT ^'^KOMPT^ATTENTION  ���-':���'"-.a-1 ���     ���'������ -���'" -"���    .'���;.���-'������    -.���-.���������.. wi;-:."i. ���: ���-���"   A    ":-;���;���;'.   .,.���     :-:-:.:���������  ���-.,������,:   y f     ���-,.:' '        ....   .    L^.iJaO  p%7)Of)  Dutch  &mmmnmm^  '^i��^^  MX  7777preJ5sgdi$s,.fai>as pQSaiblt*.7while,]  ^,y7such7faVorabIe7conditioiis7 ^ W''rj,;A ���'KTnPP'n'"' 'v":' p.o.-box's  ���Kv^pi^t;;^ 7-myl^  yAyxiienl;M;oEm-a^  7^:'^|jicipn:fi|i'iityth^  yA.'dtieyCon^  ;yS7ri(iiCitiij7;().f:yii^  77;7^'i6nyy,7i|is'n6t',an';feas  7y7ySefi;.^Qor -prppi^iyX^ixany-7 iciM.::iT'^yut;7wkr7-y^Ayfact7 Phiit\ \&\U  ':7.A;lnd.vm|ss|atin|-7th^'^  X.-jfatioi^iia-pi^^  y 7 7: e yeti fr:;0f' an "tn,ves t i  7y;^Stent'':T:oi'^oiK ;;t^esd  |7;, SLii-cytp^be^lise^y&rfcd^  :7:77linqwn:iAmericji;ti:M^  ���:7,7:mB-lfed:y^Vh  ja7 a&irie^  7y; ���m7sff'periirt^ k-A cli visions' i. it the: abpye ,ytdp^',v thfe.*:  :;7pqy;sl:i.ow:?:!me,^vhele,.llis"^  7' 7 i4 ,y>y^t icii7;; la 0^7^  7y'li^':.fbeh:;l-ttnd;yt^  77:-y it y sej f y y7'yA:;:'';,y ��� <a  :;;7|f|^yhil|'.',Hl'Oy  7:,7) liyjj'!. prq|M3i't-y, yy iie,y ^sometihies'  ?iyV^^  ,,of yCrold.  y^haipUtci#^rjci:^'  ^meatisi:  7Wit\va.ters;7  I .iiftjit  |,litci7;wqr|eji7i;n^  ^'^jyih^^'il^oi^  "'"'"' '���'���y-y^---y |^i'es7l0^g:,ya'nclA;ay!eAy  wid thy;,A\vhiclf,,y7seyeiitfe  ' i igo, 7\vas cq ns icier edit, a - wor thless;  1- i dge77-711�� 'ISSB^v!' heny e ver, y ^ -gold  \vas ,(liscov.ered.77,7.1ny.'lB&j-. the;  \:artiO; Of. the;gold. prodvic;tion was  ^a(l';(J00';;.tiie Aprocltiction rOf ' ISfciS',  Svas :iib6'ut7 $o,b00it)00; : thtvt- of  -1890. 10,000^000: -1894:' over- ��20, -  ,000,Q00:7:TS9o.7qver ^40,{)0p,0Q0;  liF 1897,; about- 55,000/OOby' in p<0  abOuty,$75.pQ0.000.y '.y. The; inines;  can dnlyyjbe: successfttriy .worked  by use>ofycq^tly?macliinery,y'and  while ^trt*inely;7 productive  (where machinery has been tised,  they are, hot of such1 character as.  'to make hand oi; placer '..'mining  profitable?   y' 7. ' ,   ':% ,,''.7 ---a ���'",���������  .,. W-i  ^iitdian;^^  ,;;:p'r9ni-;p'l.'i^.Yvct^  AypOn^.yi.iecoiyiiigA" ltiH7.7!inoiie5ri  ':\','tirq,ssedi7'.'iilitr.iy^t:ree  '.:; ;i'j.^ i ts iul;'-- >'S',0.'t?'.-."^'l- u 11 "Xr1" l'iJ"':" J-1'1"1 ti':.' i"<^i ^'i*-'^ ? :J."  ^t^cl f 7 7*7'Ph:ii 1 k G oili''tli^ .'fools.' are  7;itq^ifil^qad^  7iiiquireti;ii;is';lTieh(l.A: .y^l've yjust;  7;spl i l;/:t Iio! D T---71 ni no f or B (2.5007;-  7This.7mme7 ha.s vsinco7' prodticOd  ;'Anoveslv}im &AV^  ���Xy \Vliat a.coutrast; betweeu; tliis'  iiiiMiaiid theSiskiyqit Co.7; :Cal...  '���y'^niub'-'.^  tiotttiy rrei)iiirlv0cl7iJiat-iie:ohai:l:yin.  y;htsypropferty7lii ieet of /ore.. 7'His  ^:1 i s to h et7;:'." w 1) o': - wa s:' ��� a!<iq u a i nt ed  . with, ilie f aqt s,, i htpii red" 111 ��� as to u -.  7 ishnieiit:wh.ere rt/was. y ,"��� Why.-r  :- .\^'a-s tlie\iieply:7:'\ve have thirty  7;claimsywi|h7a;fo(|t:a:ud ,a7h'ii:.lf of;  ���������.'.!ori.'iliii.e.a.fclJ>.''v..-',.,���!���,.��� ��� -.p-'-x. -.7, '���'���>., ;  a ^'Dhe'secret^f ���successful,: ,mihe���  A-iA'PtnOtiqii,lies 1 ri a'cai'eful selec-  ;Getter^i:''Me)Tchant;  ypffpXyirtictULio  and:  ^A.iMan'ufactnrer qf:all;Kinds:C)f :Enm  t'tyyXpx "ment tffyseasonea^  ^z!yp---i'l'-iy -.--:yyy-'yy-y-XP: 'X-.���xy---^: 1-(f..-v/iV-::'i'7';^->'v:;,:iv'':::'A1'i7^-;'-^-;7s-vTr,A.A,-7V:"��-.A-7^'  -a;.yXXyyy-y-i ���i.xyp-tpy-y-pt.y-'XOri^aMjp.pyy 77.7,; ;7-.:y  '^77:7ASyDM^  Mil  ll  1 e:^g e lit Spi c��; tlieV  COMPANY  7:7? \  ���;���'  .Of Interest to Miners.        y ���.,  7 The fluctuatioh.offohe cent per  pound 7 in 'the' price yof '��� 7copper  mak(Ss a difference  to "the , Ana-  doiKla mine, at Butte. .Mont.,   of  tion 'ot in'operty   worth all .that' ^8rK000 per 'month at tbe.iireSent  7i,s.asked for iUyand.-^ifchyH, mine  will prapticaUy'sell- itself. ,7 "No  :. 'ainounlyOf, inisrepresentatiqii will  :7give;Vat'ue'to'the ' property7 and  y its proximily  10> other ..'valn.a-b'le  Uaud   produding  mines  is'  given  but passing (���oiisidei-atioii unless 1  it be:knoWn tii;it the.: ore . shoots j  of  the  \vorlcing   mines  actuai'ly  ���pass:   their, end   lines  and enter  the'property offered;   for' sale,  "and .even''then   u.riloss;, the : oi'o.  ���shoots be developed-the value is  wholly Speculative" and tiot given  more thahiioini.na'l credit by'"the  investor.    "Still' in - the   face . of  these facts promoters  continually magnify the value   of  adjoining,properly, and in the  glitter-  rate of output. ...''��� y .,,-".'.'.  y The firing of several holes, .by  nieanS Of :tl:ie electric,,,spark is  thought .to give an increased  efficiency of -5 per cent: ��������� It ad-'  m.its of deeper lioies aud conse-  que'ntly more rapid;.progress.. '  Oold-;bcaring veins., have been  worked very, little "in Siberia,,  though they are known to exist:  A .large emigration is being made  into that, ..region���chiefly Rus-  siaiis���aud a development of the  (piartz veins may lie-anticipated.  In.'(Jalifqrnia.most of the quiclc-'  silver deposits, occur a-t.,'or noar  tiie conl.act.of sandstone and .serpentine.        In    some    insfaiices  Thj&7Steel:!is.-^  Sole AftENTS;  Sole:, AgeiNti's-  i  COMPANY  Mining Supplies'^ci: Specialty!  W  :e.;  ,'e;  ;s  ^G>^tll^^��  -A::^  'SA  T  . ..--���^,.-^��  'ing p'rospectus ii-iake   prominent, dyke   rocks  are   noticed   in   the  . .passing   refOi-eiice   to    valuable vicinity of ciiiiiaba.r, deposits, 110-  ;' mines'which chanci.*'to bo in   the  uibly ���ii.1.'"N.ew Almadeli,  whore a-  'kiinio  '��� county   cr   perliaps   the | rhvolih^.tlvko is   an   ;i.ccompa ui-  saine sfa.K.'. , Such inethot  particularly ..re.sqi't.ed. "to wlicn  tlio p.roptsrfy offered for sale lias  .little'merit' of its;owi,i to rocoin-  liiond it, luit, the fi mo. has eonie  when such repr(;seiilatiqiis ��� are  measured by their 'proper wor"  -   Miiiiim' A- Scieuli.t'ic .Press.  ���'������1-o I mem of-the vein.'  Butch and, Eng-lish.  .There are many conflicting es  !'���    The,new barge.which the Can  jadian Pacific-is" building ' in   tbo  I Xelson shipyard will bo   launoli  i:le(l   about   the'end   of  the .week.  Ji will have a,capacity of lil'toon  cars,   and   will   bo   used  in    the  transfer service  froni    Kooteiiay  Landing; lo Nelson.  0 ��������� ���". ��� TU-K,StTKVKVOK;S  qilAIN,.MAlJI.C   I'l1-'1*11 IC .SI (OK'I'KS'l'  ':.'���������-'���  "' ' "lyrRAXSCONTlNKXirAi. 7KOUTK.    ,7.7i:    ���'. ���   ���'���    7.:,,  .' ':���������    'A ./.     ���       ������'������������ '���������.'     '    ��� i-6'   '.'7,--;" "������������. " ' . <���' "    ���'  :   ',:' '���' '  ��� . 7 ,.���-- o  6���,   ft isytlie''iiuisti liKidern in equipiiieii!.: it iri tlH^h'eavictit.i-.-iiliicl lino;  .-, it,11ns 1i7i-(x-k-billlast roadbed: it crusses "no siinil 'closu'i'ts:-' it was ,' biiilt,,  witliout. ii land Arrant or'-troviuriiinoiil; aid:  it is .'noted  I'or,conrt.osyyof its  ;eihpio.ye'si:7it-is;>he-oiii,v lincTjcrviny'^ncalS on.thc a in' carte plan.,   y,  '���' ;   THnbUGH TITK r;'r!ANi:>RS'lv'S0:ii:\Ki��7' ITS' ,AMH'RIOA'",1 '���!'���'  . .; ' "  ���' .      ;,.;���;"',,'���"   7 rv"i')avlk;ht.       * ;p.'-.'���  \<\>v FQtri' S^'KKLi^and the'lOAST l^lpTKNAVTM I NKS, 'Wuokly..."  Sta<;-e , froin.Kalisiiell,    Steamboat ri'iiiiniuirU-ations fi-oin .tonuiii^s   : ������  (liii-ii).L'1 SunuiK.'!1.    (Jnii'kcsl, and   lies;, route to" all  parts lil'.tlie United  ..��� -states,  Kastei-iyCaiiiu'ia and1 Knrope.    '.'7  .���'.������'��� Por"lhiips. tickets and complete- inforniiition call or addre.-^ .  ~ ' a ; " nearest ajrent or '      .,���-.'  .���-.  0.0.DIXON.Genera!  Auent,  ,    , P.'hWtUTNli'V. O. V. and T.'A'.'.  Spokane   Wash.  ���Firstf7Giass 7 Brands' of ^  7y ���quarters 7 7 for.;^7.'Miriihg.y,'.'^'',Meri.p: 'p Gomiriodious...����� y  pY'p "V^pxSample"} Rooms. '-;;yyBest" Gtiisihe^ tn'.':,,'tiiev y . :px '���'.'.  yy..,; xf.-Ap'p-y'Westy'-. A.Moderii 7Gon;veniences77A.77;7 "A7y.7:7  "y-"'. '���!���"������',' '���'���Xyy.--y��---iiJ.Hiome 'Gomforts.-:V a;1-; 7,7a-,77 ''-f''f-'ppx:  'A  Di^e^ei^  PrbprietoK  St.. Paul.  .Minn.,  ^MU.NSON'NQ^;2/:  SHEEP GREEK; B.-C. ";��� ".; K: J. HIGBYE. Proprietor.  ,-   ���. First-class Accoiriinodation for' Travellers.   ���-  Everything   New  'The  Windermere  Stage  Stops   Both   C-Joing.'1 and  Coming.  .A-   ' <1  The Best,-Writing. Machine  'inir: oxiiv.  'INTERGHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  KlijjrimU.v,. llliisli-aled  Free.   ;  (.'alalojjue  Fort Steele  ���Meat Company  r  FKESH'and   SALT   MEATS.-'ALWAYS  ON HANI). '    '  ROBSON & ROGERS, Prop's. '  Fresh Halibut.   Salmon, .Salmon Trout.'Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Eiigs.    Fish and Gaitie in Season,.  Addross Edgar  A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96Wendell Street: Chicago I Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, B.'C. THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE,  B. Cy -NOVEMBER-.IR. lPflfl.',  ���v** ���*���>������* ������I*1 -���>* ���>* ���!*���: ��>�� ��������� ���*���:���- 4��>*> ��V ;���*<����� ��7�� ������ ��%:  .- ��#'��. .��*'*. .*Air..��iir, .��'i*. ,��6*. .��|*..*i*. .��'**. ji'k. .*i��. .wii>,  . *t.��* ���'���r ^ -*-���.*��� 'itr :^.��- >f��" **��.����� -^tv ���*.���" '���*?' i*v  a+^ -��+-- -������';���, ''���  '&%yXX'"   y'-ppiy' XAp-  ^#-,'"'-^ , i 77V;-;" ,77, ���::��� :".'../���,;;.  ���;^#y';.'';y;777,;.yy;7'\:7,7y;  ��� i*i7i*'-���'���-���������*--�����*���-������-7w#w. .'4��.>'4*. ^#>. j*-.. ..*-..  THE MINIM CENTER OF TEDI  3M��  ***"**V  .��. .��.. '.,.  i-i��ii��i-7''  .���������.���>�����-..  ���tv ���������  �����*r--��.��r   ,---  7.T?Jt  '-"���'��� *fc~".  -��������-  '���''4fe'''-"'  FORT   STEELE   is tiie Point of Departure of Stages to the Wonderful  ���o  Windermere  Country  Choice Resident and Business lots from $100 to $250.     Easy terms.    , t.  Titles'Guaranteed.    For Particulars Apply to  E. A. Elton  L.T,  a-  [*!&. �����*-�� <sr  9  Zk-ff*  tii  *4 &  o r- kotc: r.T:nrKrii.7
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work ■!■ wiliy^eyiOy'-builcl   the line,
from,, 'Gqhleny.; to-   Windei'.mt*re7
Peterborough,.. '' and' '7 Boiilder,
when tins is;completed the main
■lhic^ vvjjlJh7 extended ■ tp"  Fort'
Steele, .arid .■ from   thence; :to. tiie
Acinous  mining, camps -ih   .this
vicinity.   .As soon iis .thecliartcr
'y-XXXy Xy;pXAyp:,yyyp.yp!yyy,y::Xy..!y^yyy'°'P!.::.!ppi ipxp 7 y.; y 7'y,y,,.  ; [ahead.; with theyiirst jitiri of their
'yrx r-py.fi',.,J.;, W7:,-MfSMYTH,E, Manager.y ;y7   . .''•-■P- ."x ;j^.stem.„.-.lyl^y^yyi^yy_:'' '   ■<>■ ■.
extending ytheii| niains; on ,7St.|wifo of' 7Ar«)ur   B7::Fehwiekf';i f
Marys.street..  aIvi; the spring'it yi.lllir[:,0,.: -■■": :■,:,-" .   ' ., 7 ;
■is:|he'ihteiHioititqdpst'ilLlui-the;!' y'y? rppyyx 'Xly   xppp,xp:p j
work yand''smn ih--the', residence^!!  '"•;.' ' .-n„''Ti'^i ^ ''77^7' y.7v'-     ;' -y.;'.i'-
,X>     Hv.,.,'..,<. ,',*.".   ."'■ 7; ■   Boai-d.of Trade   Jteotmsr; ■ a •
on    '.oyermnent,   twenties.- with !     : ,,-,■■ • -,•■.-.... ,-■      - a.     ;X. ... ;a,
.watij'r.-'.''-:', ■■■„' ''7'7V''';y,7a'py ';. A yx-'.-p-xA .meeting, of „ihe:yl,?oai'(:^7of7'
'' ''■'""■"■   ■""■'■"    ''"'"" ' ■  '"'■■   "'"■'"   "jvTradeVi|s,held;on NfQtHlayeyeh-'l1;
®# j*^#^^
,,-W;;-;'L:j.rfoinp.kii]S';-lias  accepted
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'7 A.  F. 'AND A.".M,( "'G. ■ R.  B.' G.'7 .''7
,  ■Kefiiihi'r   iiK-t'tiii«s—!st° Tuf:siiii'y'"'in,'encli
month.'ii l oij-'Iit'o-ffloeiy ' Visitiiijj BretlK-rnare
tioTdiaJly invited.,,      '' 7 "  " -
'.   ,    ;■ 7 A- w- Hi.EA'tiDKr.r., Sceretnry.
rcill'  Si hKI.K   IJKVI.X()l>Mi:.NT SVNIllfMTK IvTD
I.W Ll-hiIciiIiiiII Slicct. London   j:i]„'lai:cl
Fort Steelc^CraiihrOqk ^ Wardner
^^:yy:::';;:^o^7is;'tiie:.ti y-y"7yyA y.:  a.",^~:7:--"'.'7'':; ,~7-7-' ^"h-^^AYHS^iVt^^edof^
'^y":!1;!:^'1^^1^1^^^ i'fhatA^ev.erai:|:"i1^1-^:<ln
7y€::7y7t;iontil .Hotel: ;and
Wrrrx.Mfcl|.#^f7'^;rpyy■, 7 :gotiat<?d:^hv;.ayfew",:.days■>:Slio'pM11fpf and :a' fesoiinf iif.^is%tfwd
..:yA-v.:7;rHr-'::-<;,:-i;'-,A,--:.-tey-:--"-.-]-v--'---:   aaL ' , ■ the.woi'kini;;, otul^cipropertles nIR■';. - ■"'• 'WA..:i.,-"'":"':ii.^." *"..--■ ,7r:'*-•■■ ^
yy7!yylipiiV\^ ;7,7l,''iv;7^A<^7..7;;;y "7^.:;7.7
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,3|c    '-a-1, y;,;  '   ' - -:•■.'■■"■-xyy jy ■■. yy      .-,.■,,.-.,*■„,, -„-.--.- ."y-1';
^::;Hard^are*;;.;;v V;:i|fr:i^;-^ y;^:
■a: ».Blacksmith
-yxy'-iy.-Xy.. >yy' ^■A:yi„:y;j>'7;7:'7-7.7i:.:-7 :,....., "-"7,,7::■!.:!!. 7,7-'
7:':'"' :J Fuse;A:and;7Caps-77
F».U.S.  c^ c.B.
Fort Steele B.C.
y#r;y7Ne>\7 -wftll ;'pa[?e r 'a|-'GSi'n^S
-i^au7*:ctl;^g;w:of;;ad. y'^He,. is;&
;[nislHng;yome'ike,i,s'y\vorflr7per '    " *'": '          ": "':' ^':'
''.'iiis..'-'.'i--!' "'' ''   " '"'■ ''■■■'"•■•'"- '"■- '■■■a-'-i......:•■-.-
■.,\yitj? :the, seusiS7pfytl'ie^rrocfting:
7^:7^;yApplicati6nsyfoStt    _
I ^S^Al^iU'l^^n ,^ stirnm^'s:ihi'7'Fdrt:roi::'t&*irSa^^
BO0m0rpmr s hiOES
|;A::::;y7;b;by;:i^s:groAVtug;im]iortance:%7y:^     t%6' weeks;Seeing17 tiie "-Elephant
:-'77:-7'::-'7yy7:.7:;--';7yA7:-:-y¥-7:':7A.' :■■:&■"7-7'7-y
7y;.7;y,; J^p^Taen ha|ifs(:h:,':;i;heys:reweler;
\yXA py™ ^'! '0-;7J7-aP lt^7SbuVld i irgs5y J;Si7l!;the
I 'ypipmi o$t' pli i'tKhay eybtjeit'i-e rttOved: -lo
i ng*:tnythe:7?igh ts- of Grim'brooky
fcioards-of'trade of:^he::Kootenity£
to.',sepui;e;:ad|jq;ua,te; ^ai'rying.-.■■fity;
cihtiSs ^pr^the^ih-ailsyoy
 ,-0, -, . -.::,--,.-    ... + ----- ,Crowis^eskline..- as7at.7;presenf
y:7u|j:: G. Nelson7returht*d,Afro'lii ,:a
-77Ghe :h;uiid,red7; and:7tb' iW:y7-meiiv;
are now Jempfpyed 7in ,7th'e,7,riiine'
Utid. pn .thef i. ram way a t tlio:Nbtft li!
Stiuyinhle:^'-7'XX' -XXyy-:: yy.p-yyyx -y:
yy^f .:yy.yi::-imr^ ■■!■->•/i,y\ i'-o. ''-:'i "■ v..- v---,h "■«•■"   -,a''- ■"' y-i-yy uaiyi.1aii:ii..;'a'uu-.--jjilr
'""^'■■""*"*"""<"'■ --yy-y-y--y-y--y--y-.--y-,:--,:.:--■. ;' *' ■-jy{0s\n^
yf ::l;.iii;tp.^e;:wi I .ji, ■do\'6ieAlVis::iit?tehtiSii
;jy^iio':^nfningvexut^ :
y pp.: 77)'.:.: A:'.,: H.u i • \'ey.: we;ti,l7t(i). Fe r ii i e y ti
y:7::;re\y'.days:ago.';,;;;7Git,'l;iis:-retiirii he;
y: "ii, 11 fit" irJdnV:, F r(id" y H t:i i i j e ,'pM. i n i s teiA
77;,<..ofAMiiies:7,-^Mr: '7lTmne,;: did.7hot
;■*,;,': ih'.i s,;, sec ti i oi i of, t h e'' co i in I yy. a y;
;'Tl;iO,sicl(''wallr iiiyfroutsof the
rtjiu'ipf i^(3,y.Int&
\\-illyyreceive 7': attention^ before!
■Ibng7 and „the .nails,;.-, \vliioli7 hayo
ruined:sp,many,; pairsy';0f;7sh0esy
will be driven down:7 ■';-:Jp 7':y
777,j'y,;,|f;;7 Sauciieiv-was.' iii:7to\vn
,agai i,i,',;.qn :Wtid,tiesday..■..:,;':,„ yy .yyp!-
■ ''■■-] f'ari' advertK'eiiieiil' is Avorth
insei*ting in ;i newspnpei1 il is
ci'iiainlv worth chaniriny.
Li.    DewHi1   (•■line   down   from
Alarlr creek ;i few davs ago.
, G. 1*7 Haniniiton i,-- al the Uu-
]iout ]mshing \\o*'k on that property. .
1-i. G. LongU'y went   to   Moyie
on n business trip on   Thursday.
A number of  ir-uelli'lir   men
re present ini.'  all   kiiid-   oL   mer
chandise, have been iu/.cAVii   for  Mto company, which appears   in
the })U>\ Jew (lavs. ' thi*> is^tie (if Tlu-;   Piuispkctou.
;, yAll, of the 7'inercliapts'yrepbrt
'''btiMiiess';-. as- L:exce,ireiit.,iy7The'.
auiouut ofr work ;,;beihgri;done ;.in>
the; mines:has:caused:aii;unusual
demand fpr stipplibs,pf,:all kiiids:,
'vA:;It;.'is7runiorecl' \hatya.;7performance,for tho benefit of,:th.e hos-;
■pifal"will be given early iii' the
Xew Year.
The plans for the proposed new
Ganadiau Pacific yards at Nelson
have been ^prepared and only
await the endorsement of the
representatives of the  company.
The Xelson economist is one
ol the best papers published in
the Kootenavs.
Attention   is,   directed "to   the
new advertisement of the   lown-
St. Andrew"-, lliiv w ill In- prop
• *rly   c<*lebi'ated   by   the   Sco'cii
rf*ni(lent-> ol [''ort   S'.-cle   with   a
bam met and dam i*.
igehtsyand:yba^gage:m0n on;, thti'
'trains.; "un'd*;i'i, is:a.doling:LOP:mucn
-to .yth ei'rVOtlier'dti 1.;ies:| 7777=7 ,:7::7s7y
suiri;pf?|;lOi?ot) tbtrjay7tlie^:bill:;fOr
:hpoks:|:et c.7-py li ifi^
;tp:;^]ibti t^^-?pQ;y7y'Tp; ^i p ply7y!;|iip'
c,6ui mitteeiAiippoj i.iteci'.oJto^coALec
the'jbalahpe ''^w:()('/ :.a.;:; ;y'777 yiCy
■, -vW]pvtlie 200;ie,eXof.',ne\y•'■ JiqSe:
now 7bii7:the7 wayy.1 hei-eytwiji 7,}3e;
about'y-lQCiO ::.feet]fyof: Jhbse'y in;
the town,'-';ih'i; 1 iicling.t 1 iatv>,b'ei6ng-
ihg  to ■• .private ^'parties..:,,: :■ Th is
amount.is,thbugiht^vill rheei: yiblie'
imniediate 7requii;ements  of  tha-
tow^ilyy';-:.-:,; ~p:-yX..!y-yx.-. '■'..■'■■..- 'ii'yp 7:7;
77Several; other:matitei's of in inbr
ithpprtance were disOussed, after
which thei meetingctdjOurried. .'7
:,: In ; the ..NtilsOn - dis trict   lih'tirp:
are live stamp mills with a crushing capacity of .">00   ions  a   day.
One hundred dollar-is Ilu-   e.-.ii-
inated output of the mills.
A-7'7y77;;7y7-A-:y- *y:p
' ■ ■    '   ''iV-1 ■ .    '  ■'' Xp-ypX 1?:.--' ■'■': .',,;,
yX-:,-;'■•.ypyp^''-i:y. ■yy:'py 'Pi
t "ife! W.' W! ik ~&iW.W
™"*™ :*aft.:'iTO :1"3 •^TO'^re/'Uj
' iXy-\, x'y-x- -'-,"-- ■"..'.!'ft.-'':' *-'- ■;,, '."■ ;'7.".7.~.    "■ -Si^'
-'-'-..-.-'.-'. ■.'-.■"   '7..,1''-.    ■-..-.-V.-.  ' ■    ' '■ - '.( i^t"~,
II. L.  CUM M J A.S.,
/'. L . S. ',/'•. a. E,
Fort Steele B.C.
\v. k. jtos>. t u, i\-, iiKHOHuea.
Barristers      -      -    ' Solicitors
Fort -, Steele,   li.' 0
Fort Steele.      - ' B. C.
Geo. S. McCnuci-. j. .\. Ha      y
JlorriiJere.   /Solicitor,-.   A'ott'eic-   J'ubhc,
Courti/iiiiccr.- etc.  «
VOKT STUBiyrc. B. c.
Douglas  Corssin
:,'      . f    [CAT-All).) .      '      .   .
OFFICE -Kh-L-i-Mrte Avenue.
Next hiior to Iileusdcirs\JJ)-iif) Store.
Heiil l-Xlniu ,uid Uenui-.il A^eus
-*   ; ,
S        WINDERMERE,    B.    C.       *
Cori i^iKiiidcnci, htilicikd.
: .li.bt. 'r.;the7p6iily;'
rfir-th.GA::)±TGG-: '"a-p:
Buta\v<?; are-'age,htSAfor7yyy ':•:'■ 777:y -p
The Canadian Pacific Telegraph Co.
The Canada Western Telephone Cu.
apple   on
Assaj-    cS:     Metallurgist,
',    t'KAKHKOOK.   B.  6.
Ihi.-incss i.-, >aid to be reviving
in Sandon.
The >trilve at   the   Lethbridio*
i coal milieu lias been .settled   and
The Yum1 Miin-r has  ch.ini;«*d | shipments o| conl will be re.siuu-
hands.      (i    \l.  t Marl-: i- ihe m-v.   ed.in a lew days.
]uiopn<"*1o!'. I
j     i-niporiiilendcnl    Marpole   and
tana,    will    be   .-orr*.     10   learn'' li'1 wi-rk
lli.it      Mrs.       .Miller      died       in ' - -
Spolsane   on   Thi.r-d.ty   the   '.ithj     •'   L- Muni o of Calgary is oik
iiisi. of dropsv. o! the quests ;it ihe Windsor.
• -/n^»iii*ii.i-iivi\jj| ..'iio   in;ii.        Mint
The    many    friends   oi     Gap- ' Executive Agent  George   M.    L.
in   Miller.' of JennniL1-.   Mini-' lb-own.   were   in  XeKon during
The Le Koi mine  ha-   shipped       U'oH: on t he Eon .Sleele claim
up lo Ilie present   lime   lln-,   <,,■;,,-   ((|j  Wjl(|  |]()l,(, )];|S |)(i(i||   ^|np|)(
7*~.*-.»t» lOlls o| oi-c.
loi1 I lie S\ llilei-.
The     weal hm      i-    e\ cryl liiii^' '
thai could be wished, .ind should
ll  conl I ll lie I or ,i  ,'( i\   w eeU-s loili!
er.   piosjiec! !li*i  ,lll(|  ile\ elopliienl
will Conl illlie to ^n on
A Ki-i ord  Biunkoi.
The ('auadian I 'ar ilu-  i-rcenl l\-
lllilde       .1       l-ecoi (I   I,) (.;i |, | ||^       | |'|p
The fnnpi ess o| Japan's   -pecial
1'iad.:  lln; tl'Ip lii.l'o.ss   the    colli in-
cut    from    Vancouver    to    New
York in *l hours, and the iiiail.it
On the above pages of
our New'Catalogue just
from the printer's hands,
you will find very surprising and interesting
value in Ladies' Watches,
ranging from $5.00 to
If you have not seen this
Catalogue send for a copy.
It contains i)6 pages of what
is choice An Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silver- j
Tli ere is no reason why
we should not serve you
by mail as we have been
others throughout Canada for years past. We
prepay carriage charges,
and cheerfully refund
money in full if you arc
not perfectly satisfied.
Ryriii Bros.,
I IX. 120.   122. 124 Yonjfe Slrci-I.
i.Htulillilicil  I.S.St.
CALL AND SEE US,—Ask for a good Cigar. Cigarette. Pipe.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, or a ticket to any part of the
world.reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway and its connections
and you will get il. and get it riyht.
Our Billiard and Pool Parlor    is strictly up to date in
ever)   respect.
Siii'vi'iv.s"i,|' Minerul   ehihiu-.
.Minus, utc.
Tin- l''ine.,t l,ic|M(ii-.-, mid
t'iUiii'- nnd l't-M, l-'iinii-lii'ii
I iiMHii-. in Tnivii.
G. E. Mau.sfield and G. A. Gotlerell, Proprietors.      J« - ' •    (iATES,     Prop.
.    Tht'Hew bakery will   be. ready
for business in a few days.     Mr.
'Aliio lias bemi dela vied in getliiiLr,
Tii.4 Oven, built; owing   to   a   scar-1 ''arried   was   landed   wilhini
'cityOf the right, sort of brick'.      j days from Yokohama.
*■      %    SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
(LATE AI.\<M<'AI£LANI5 &- GO.)
r{f      Vancouver,    B.    C      -rjf
We are iManiilacI urers and direel  I nqiorlers, and earry a  j
large slock- of Malauce.s, li'uniace.s,  Eire ('lay (ioods, Scienlilic
and   I'raclical   IJook.s,   (da.sswai-e,   Platiinim    Goods,    Acids.
Gheiniciil.s, and all other Assaytu-.s'and Minci-.s'  tiKpiii-enienls.  '
SOLE AGENTS for Morgan CrucibJc Cotnpany/Batterse.a, Beck;
y   er's'Sons' Balances, Etc. ■   '
Gatalogue and full particulars on amplication. -
.''   '     - - will ho. in—
Monday    And    Friday
Nov.  13th and J4[h
l.o.-iv,*   .voiii-   (M-dci-s   ,-u    tvcivsliiiu-'s'
< 'oll-'i.- House or cull .,j. Hl.uili'i'i on ;i,l)0Vl.,
MA l\"K VOl.'li AltKAiN'O'l.JMioN-j.^
To.'lliivo. [''liisli ,l'.i»-li|, .1 *i,-i,i'ir(.s taken in
.V'aii'liome .Monday iiiyln: IK.xl,_   ■


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