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Array J ���'  rtouordor'-J Uliico  y  "j-ltut uTjTJi"'nriiiruiPjT.ivirinnn./,  MiNUf.M,   i*::tmet tjon' ok  i-:.\m'!' koo-itn.w division'  IN    l'��il      $2,850,J!8{>  \'riTLn>v>iJ^JilnjinjTJTJixLrLruuxrLi"ui-ru  b;       .MI>.'IU! W,   PRODUCTION   OP  5i     ��� llUlTJsii   COLU.Mlil.X   IN   1WM  C                       S2O,713,501  .A^-- ._ _  '  Vol. cS\  New .Advertisements To-uay.  PORrr STttBL,!.  -<���>  H.  C.,  SATWD^y,  NOVJ3MJ3BK 22, 1Q02.  No 4-7.  .1   l���t.Mw ((i.u  Niitk-i-- II   r.iJii|ilii !l O-u-il.l  ('miiiiliiiii \'.v ill<- lNillvvm\  N'ulii r   M. I.inn!  1'iiji'  Mrs. 10. J. Canu. 'will leave Fort  Steele lor South Africa in a low  days, lie will represent a largo  commercial firm  Pi'i.son al  Barrister     Thompson.     Cran  brook, wasiu Kiwi: Thur.sday.  C.    II     1\>I Ion   wns   ill    Tracy  creek several days this week.  ,J. Pwing relurnei  Tuesday. "  I from I'Vniii'  Win.   I  Pridav.  arliu   visited  Wardner  CovcriiiiU'iil Agon I Armstrong  visited Meruit1 We'dnosday.  \i.   O.   .Jennings   came  from Kiinberloy  Mondny.  down  Rev. Pal her Coeoolo visited  Fori. Steele and hold services  Sunday lasl. Up also visited  Wild Horse creek. Me will leave  in a few days for Tobacco Plains  lo open Hip new church erected  there.  Mr. Praser. a brother of Mrs.  Col, Henderson will leave in a  few weeks for Pretoria, South  Africa. Regret is expressed at  his leaving as he is very popular  :il Steele. <���  Mr.'and Mrs. W. I,'..I Joss visited Cranbrook Monday. .  V. Dosanlnier.   Moyie, was  town Monday.  Mrs.   Lacy.   Ca1eway,(was  Port Steele Wednesday. '  in  at  .J. Thompson and' li�� Lit Ho visilod,Wild Horse Crook   Monday.  o  L )  'Al. Doyle was visiling at- Pete  Wood's ranch Monday.  Barrister W. R. , I Joss.   Pernio,  was in town Monday.     ' ��  Mr. .Bannister''Came' up   from  fi'isli Creek ranch Sunday last.  R'. D. Mather was down  Cherry Crook Monday.  from  Messrs Pollen and   Koss   visited Craiihrook Monday.  Rev. Pathor Lardoau, recently  from the City of Rome, lias boon  appointed assistant Mo the Rev.  Pathor Cooeola and'has taken np  his duties at St. Rug-one'.  WILD    HORSE    CREEK.  East Kootenay  Stock  r>  A  >kc(3.  'm<i.  C  row"  =; NcM Coal..'  .    *l  �����:>.  *n."  i\  iii-1.11  Slur   l.-)i  o r  V.l  .s  iilliv  .in.  ���>  A  s  . 101  ������I'lll!            a:>  ::o  Silvor-lead  Quotations  .  Xew  York. Nov.  -M:  !  1*.  mi-Si  lVfl-'.....  r     '  4!l  r.Mi-siivi'i-'.....  . / . '           -I!'}  .Mc.Nican dolku-s           :w  L.-:ul  ....'.'.'.    ,    4 ic.  CJ(>p|l(!|-           11.40  London.   Nov.  21.   -Sih-r-r.   22 11-lfid';  coppi'i- C;")l (>-> .'id:  lend, i'10 I.".-*   il.  A.    Hanks   c;iiiie   down  Perry Crook Monday  > rem  , 'Polor    Uoyle.    Cherry   Creek-  was ;i visilor at  Steele  Monday.  ��� Alex "Watson has been ��� engaged as tinio-koopoi; at' Doyle's  logg-ing camp. ��� c  A. Doyle anil  went up lo the SI  Friday.  Alex   Walson  Mary's camps  Mr.  WOfC     \  day.  uid   Mi  ���isil ing  Ciirlin  the    1  sday.  \   MeV  La'd law  'alloy \\  s  at  (; cor"'  Sleek  -       i-  Kobtn  La k  ��,   P.L  ft, for  lesday  ���   ("i  \ rP  ���t,   1  !      T  s.,  the  ilpin  uirs-  Win.  visited  Wed no  md  'isl  /itllc  incli  T.   rl  James  River >  1,1 "u  'wli  and  Klk  IVIarket Conditions.'  'Several   thousand    shares   of  Sullivan was purchased at Ktonlo  duriny'the past week.    ���  CJopppr in London was Ha, ild  higher.   . ,  -  Lead was epiiot and nnchangod  at New York', but advanced Is.  f$d in London. , , ���--"������--���  Barrister.lames A. lhirve-y returned Wednesday from a business visit lo Cranbrook.  Chas Finch, the ��M;irysvillo  lniiihorinau, was .in town Mou-  <lay.  Messrs McKay. La,i-son and  Vjensenius were ai Cranbrook' on,  business Tuesday.  R. C. .Smith. M.P.P.. was  down from his Si. Mary'* tt.ivor  ranch Monday.  Mrs. Wright. Port Sleelo .1 unction was the guest, of Mis* Dur  iek Monday.  Miss Koay. Craiibrool\. w;is  1,lie guest of Mrs. A. C Nelson  Thursday.  Mrs. N. A. Wal linger, Pish  L ike ranch was visiting- ;il Steele  'Phursihiy.  (leorgi1 Ceary returned from  Windermere TJiursday with a  large .hand of horses.  .���,().. Mair,  Winnipeg,  ting his sisi.er Mrs..   P.  during the past week,'  was   visi-  .1.   (';inn  Win.: . Myers ��� went: lo Lost  Crock Mond:i.v.. He will work-  in the Silver Queen mine., .  . liev.'Mr. Macdougal;. who was  .ill at; the Pork'Stoole hospital,-is  now improving.    .  , Gold Dredging- in East Kootenay.  i I  The Koolenav Placer Mining  Company who control some live  miles on l?erry,V,reek. expect to  have llieir dredge1 in ��� o'poral ton  in iiboul t wiVweek's.  one of the 'important, initial  considerations in a gold-dredging  proposition is the possibility of  operating continuously the year  round.   ,  Dredging for gold will be.  carried on for many years in tliis  district, and there is every probability that there will "be a  marked increase at Hie end of  the coming vear.  Chinamen Secure a $100   Nugget.  The Years Output is Estimated at $20,000.  Wild Horse creek hu.s long  been celebrated for its placer  gold mines, and the linding of a  nugget, last week", having a  value of over $100, together wiih  the year's output, which is estimated ill about Si'o.iidO. demonstrates the fact that all iho gold  has not been washed out ol the  historic creek.  The more development work  that is done on 'Hie quartz properties on Wild Horse and iis  tributaries, the greater seems its  possibilities, and (hero is enough  free gold rpiarUjblocke.d out lo  supply a large mill for years to'  come.  The exploration of the gold  belt, however, will be renewed  next year with increased activity  and with the bonding of- several  groups of mines, and ihe influence of new blood and fresh  capital, there will be at grand  awakening all a,long the river.  -From Marysville.  Mr. Charles Pinch, Marysville  was in town Monday. ' Mr. Pinch  says: '-That'construction work-  on the proposed smelter will  commence early next spring. At  present two sawmills are-in  active operation employing some  seventy men. Several logging  and tie camps have been pstalv,  lished in tlurvicinify ��� of Marys  yilie. and that a total of nearly  ^00 men are employed in camps  and mills." ���   . ���        ��� ,  Among- the Placers..  ��� The latest, reports Irom the  placer'mining industry of the  district are extremely encouraging and should satisfy the most  pessimistic that the yellow metal  in paying epiantities is found on  many of the large .rivers and  crooks in this district, and ��� till  that is required to make Southeast Kootenay prosperous is a  steady, unremitting developing  of its resources.  The placer mines on Wild  Horse crook have about finished  cleaning up, and the yield of  gold is reported as much larger  than that of li��oi.  Hydraulic operations on Wild  Horse creek are paying\ handsome dividends.  A number of ihe deep placer  mines on Perry cieek will operate during the present   winter.  At Skookum Chuck- two small  outlits are now in active operation, -work, will be carrioiyjn  through the winter months.  Weaver creek will furnish its  share,: of placer mining this  ���winter. 'Pom lioberls has a  Small force.employed.  A Rotten Service. (  ,West bound trains on the  Crow's >Ncst branch, as a rule  are from two to six hours late  daily., Since January lsl, IHOi1.  the number of times that ,it has  been. {"on time" can be recorded  on the fingers of .two nidified  hands. Southeast     Kootenay  needs, demands, and will insist  on having a, bettor mail service.  and greater transportation facilities. /The following list speaks  for itself: ,  ���Friday, Nov. 14���(5A hrs late  Sat.   ' Nov. 1.")���4 '��� "  Mon. Nov. 17���li '��� "  Tues. Nov. 18���0 "  Wed. Nov   Hi���I !! "  Thurs. Nov. i'0���4'. " !'  Friday Nov. '21��� 3 " "  About once or twice each week-  no mail is received from points  east of Dimmorc .7unction. , It is  a common occurrence to receive  eastern Canadian mail by easl  bound trains. There arc ample  reasons for the complainls and  kicks, registered by business  men all over Southeast Kootenay  at this untimely, inadequate mail  and transportation service  franchise to  construe!   railways  in the Philippines.  News of ;i British check- in the  Waziri country has created some  alariri in London, as it is feared,  thiil the column is surrounded.  The, C.S submarine torpedo  boat Moccasin made a successful  submerged run ol two miles.  Toronto's self-confessed counterfeiter was sentenced to four  years in Ihe Kingston penitentiary.  rPhe Anchor line warehouses,  at (.'lasgow, we're destroyed by  li re'.  King Carlos of Portugal is  visiting King Kdward. The  Corman Emperor is still in England.  Alexander Hill, of London,  has been selected as manager of'  'Lq,l*oi No. �� ' , ��� ' '  ��Th�� rep resent a lives of the  London Chamber of Commerce  were lenderecl a banquet by the  Montreal board of trade.  The Marquise de Chambrun  died Nov. IK. She was the last  grand-daughter of La Payette.  London is to bo fortified,  powerful batteries erected, and  buildings completed al Wolding-  ham. Surrey.  % Late Telegraphic News f  COAX, DISCOVERED ON  FORDING CREEK.'  .iiickl Thompson and Ci'is Theis  were'in town Monday: they re.;  .port- considerable activity in  placer mining on Perry Creek-,  Mr.  C.   Mair.   Jr., brother of  NOU.TII   STAli.  The North Sfar stiII continues  to make regular daily shipments  of-10 tons. 'About 70 men. ���are.  employed at I lie mine. Development work is being pushed: and  ���,if is rumored thai a, new strike,  at-a. considerable d.epth has been  made.  Zinc-Lead Ores.  In Southeast Kootenay. much  interest has been aroused in Ihe  development of the zinc smelting  business and the promises which  arc held out, for the treatment ol  Kootenay zinc-load ores, if favorable duties into the United Stales  can be secured.  A number of mines on Ihe easl  side of Ihe Kootenay river are  known lo carry ;i high percentage in /.inc.,'. With modern  methods of smelting, the penalty  placed mi zinc, ores removed, a  number of properties in this district will be enabled to become  shippers.  Logging- Camp at Porry Crook.  , A large' amount of supplies  left Port '.Steele .Wodnesda.y for  the St. Mary's district, whore A.  Doyle will establish a logging  camp,      -          : News Notes.  All English syndicate.  Applications, for1 Prospecting-  Licenses on Reserve Lands.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company have * located some  thirty-eight, claims on the east,  side of Elk river in the vicinity  of Pording creek. -, During ,thc  past,summer, the company have  had a,,prospecting9party in this  vicinity, which was, reinforced  by a number of surveyors in  August, who surveyed the locations discovered. Application  has been made to the Provincial  government for coal licenses to  prospect the ground located.  Tt is reported that eleven  seams, having a varying width  of from four to twenty feet have  been' discovered. The coal is  much,firmer than that found at  Michel crock.  The application for a license  to prospect for coal, by the locators, who are agon Is for the  Canadian Pacific will bo watched,  with much interest by parties  who have- located coal lands further, to the south in the Flathead  valley, as the locations made by  the company are on Government  land, held, or reported'to be hold  in reserve for railway purposes.  rail  way   men   are   applying   for. a  The Michel Strike.  Fernie. Nov. lit���The strike  of the miners at Michel is still  on and the mines' are tied up,  though there is every probability  of a settlement being reached before the end of the week.  The members of Gladstone  union have decided not to go out  in sympathy with Michel workers. A committee of the local  union will confer with the. Michel  men and the officials of the. Coal  Company which is ex pec fed lo  result in a sett lenient  LATlOli  A private dispatch received at  Fort Steele Wednesday ,. an  nounces that the, strike of the  coal miners tit.' Michel lias been  settled and that the miners have  re,siinied: work.  The so.il of the' Kootenay  valley is capable of'producing  grain, vegetables, and fruits of  almost every -variety, largo and  small. * When the people fully  realize that there, are other  sources of wealth 'than the. production of the precious and useful minerals'., more people will  engage in agricultural pursuits'l,  UTJixuinjtrmLrijInKh^i^-u^^  SjlCflill lO'J'Hi: 1'll.isI'KOI'liK  TO   Ol'TSHrXE ROYALTY.  London. Nov. '2\.���No royal  personage of modern times ever  carried such an extensive wardrobe on their travels as thai  which Mrs. Loiter and her  daughter. Miss Daisy, carry  with them to India, whore they  are to be Ihe guests of Lady  Cur/on. noe Miss Mary Loiter,  during ihe approaching Durbar  festivities. ��� Members of the  British royal family will be present at Delhi, together with any  number of the nobility, but it, is  siffe to assert that the costumes  and, jewels of all of these will be  eclipsed by the trappings of the  two American "wornen���who;- as  members of the vice-regal family  will be central figures at the festivities.  , Mrs. Letter and her daughter  were passengers on the' Peninsular and Oriental liner China,  which'sailed for Tndia' loday.  During'"the past two days van  after van has been driven to. the  P. <t O." .docks' loaded with  tr unks'belonging'to the Loiters..  It is" stated as a . matter11 of, fact  ,that the ;��baggage of these ^wp,  women numbers more than i!0.0  pieces. ' The many trunks are  said, to contain more than 100  soparale costnmqs.-to say, nothing of the smaller -pieces of  finery': All of these costumes  have been-jnade, in Paris or  .London. ', Among them" arjo a  dozen lace gowiis that, have oc\  ciipiod years of"the lives of lace  makers, and also several Awhile  satin gowns embroidered in.  'iowels. These are* in addition  to fhe-regular court tobes that  are taken along. Then i.'there  are the strong boxes" containing  the'Loiter jewels, and an idea of  the. value of this part ,.of the  baggage may be had from the  statement that 'the insurance  aggregates ��l\000.000. One rope  of rubies alone is worth hundreds  of thousands of dollars. To this  is added five diamond necklaces  and long ropes of pearls, with a  dozen diamond brooches and  pendants and a coronet of diamonds aud other rare jewels of  fabulous value.  ��� When Mrs. Leiter and, Miss  Letter reach Simla, where the  Summer palace of the Viceroy  is localed. they will be met by  an escort, who with imposing  grandeur will accoinpany thorn  to Delhi.    ,  UlTSIflXC   TACOMA   CI'T-OFF. .  c  Tacoma. Wash.. Nov. 21.��� The  Northern Pacific has given  orders to rush work on the 22-  mile branch line lo be built from  Coulee City, the western terminus of "the Washington Central,  to Adrian on the main line of the  Great Northern. This cut-off  was promised lasl summer by  President Mellon to provide a  shorter outlet from the grain  lipids ol central Washington lo  the market at Tacoma. The contractors have shipped their outlits from St. Paul and active  word will soon begin. The line  will run through ;r rough country, but if is intended to have if  finished;.iri time to haul out a  portion, of'tin's year's crop over  it.-,  ������      .'���',���' ,'��� .. v -:-;':.'';'' '.  ;. '  OliniCK    ���liA.M-.S;    1-MtOM ' .'OKIIMAN  -. }\, .���  FMttMS.v.  Montreal, Que., Nov. -l;-r-  Mackenzie, Mann & Co., owners  of the Canadian Northern I Jail-,  way and a railway in Nova  Scotia.! have just closed with  German railmakers for "'-10,000  tons of rails and fastenings.  This is the largest single; order  even sent out of Canada; "and  pompemion for it was keen. The  Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific Railroads have recently  placed large conlracis with German makers, t lie last named road  ordering some around the Horn  to 'Vancouver.  Member for Burrard Dead.  Vancouver. Nov. IS.���Rev.  Goo. R. Maxwell, member of  Dominion parliament forlhirrard  died at his residence in this city  at midnight after a lengthy illness.  Deceased who was Liberal in  politics,   was returned   as   first  1 'J  member for Burrard in 1S00 and  was re-elected at the last general elections.  Our Lumbering Diterests. "  The lumbering industry "of  Southeast, , Kootenay has assumed vast ' proportions. Not  less than 17'mill are now' operating in this district, and several  now plants will be installed before spring.,,  Logging camps are to be established al. many points on the  Kootenay river, ihrcc in the  vicinity of Port Steele, one at  Wasa, throe at St. Mary's river.  Perry crook. Elk river and the  southern portion of the district  will have a still larger number "  of camps.,  Having- a Hard Time.        L  The Ross government of  Ontario is having a hard time.   The ,  election count recently unseated  A.   G.   McKay,   liberal   member  for Nortl i G rey.    Mr.' Ross  had  gained by the previous action.ol"  the counts'but. this  reduces  his'  maiorit,v,-by two.'  ��� - ,  ���  Mining Notes.  Common report J��, that the  Sullivan lninos'will be in active  operation next spring.*  The North Star mine, the first  and   old   lime   shipping mine of.  the district, continues to ship' -10  tons daily.  13. P. Cooke was engaged in  packing supplies to the Silver  Queen,mine Monday.  D.' Munroe has recorded the  annual assessment work on the  Alioth   traction.  Assessment work has been recorded on the Notre Dame mineral claim.  Hank Rller.has completed the  years work on the Windfall.    -,  Under the Canadian Contingent Act. assessment work has  been recorded on the Bulah  Fraction. Grade. Snowdow,  Bracebridge Fraction. Regina.  and Denbigh mineral claims.  Southeast Kootenay is a min-'  ing district in which gold, silver  lead and copper are found in  paying quantities.  Southeast Kootenay is just  now under going a wonderful  development in coal. iron, gold,  silver, lead and copper proper-  tics which conslantly magnifies  the greatness of the mineral resources of this district.  Nothing i-s wanted but capital  and acquaintance wiih mining  and the best methods of Ihe reduction of ores to bring South  East .'Kootenay lo" the front as  one :of ' the principal mining,  camps of British Columbia.  Items.of Interest.  The 'political situation: at: the  coast is certainly.more'than ever  complicated. ' -V  There is'rib doubt whatever,  thiil .the demand for zinc'; will  help make. Southeast Kootenay  prosperous. ,        ,  The efforts of the government  during the. past year to provide  our district with good roads  have been praiseworthy.  0 THE  PROSPECTOR    PORT STEKLP.   K  C,  NOVRMUER 22,   1002.  KSTAisLisnr.D   ii>tf>  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, '- publi-lieU  ��� very Satiirdn;., .Mid has �� giuimiiteed  elrwiilittiuit luigci tli.m .m> "thei papci  la t-.u=,t Kouicn.i>. It is .ill home 1'iinted  swlil contains double the news of nnj  oilier paper in the district.'  An an   adi.crti-.iiiR  incdii-iii  it   is 1111  ���jc celled.  Devoted to the uphinldiiiK or Koi l Steele,   the  aevelopiucul or tin, v ast iuluc-i.il  iesoim.es ol  Ibe East Kootenaj mining district  Subscriptions, . . S 2 00 per year  AlCrrertislng-rot^s made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  Bistrlot. bu.tall matter Intended for publication  must have the wrltei <? signature  ��lj�� tyvozpzrtov.  SATURDAY,   NOYKMBKK 22, lyitt  THE coal production of the  Crow's Nest Pass coller-  ies is the subject of much inter-  est to consumers on both sides  of the International boundary.  The colleries are as yet new,  and their output has been 'limited, not by the market, which is  ���unlimited, but by the undevelop  ed condition of the coUeries and  inadequate transportation facilities, difficulties which have been  -, removed,by the -construction of  Crow's Nest, Southern railway,  and next year will see an enor  muus increase in the output of  these colleries.  * The arrangements of the Coal  Company contemplate in the  near future, possibly the coming  year, a daily production ot 15,000  tons. ��� Of this vast product  ���.about.40% of the coal and 30% of  t-he coke will be exported. The  general demand for coal seems  lo have increased rapidly m recent years in the northwest, and  particularly so. in this province,  and one of the most characteristic features ofr industrial devel-  opmenl, in this district has boon  the rise of the coal industry.  [t has boon a constant struggle  for the mines of the Crow's Nest  Pass to meet Ihe demands   made  upon   them   for  coal   and,iO:oke,  "but this difficulty will be obviated  as'the development,  and 'equipment ol the colleries is increased  At Morrissey creek, the mines  .  are about live miles distant from  the present station on the Crow's  Nest, brunch.     The Crow's Nest  Southern railway has a   spur   to  'the coal deposits.      Pive  strong  seams  have  boon   opened hero,  on all of which work is proceeding   rapidly.        As    a   shipper,  MornSsoy, is putting-out   nearly  1000   tons  daily,   and nearly t.he  entire  out pud   is  exported    into  the United States.  ( i    *     \  The coal-mining industry o'<  Southeast Kootenay has as yet  been but partially developed,  the,area of coal fields now under  development, is about -300 square  .miles. To the south, in the Flathead galley, is an area of 300  square miles of a coal and oil  producing country, which when  thrown open by the Provincial  Government for exploration, will  give to this district a coal do  posit, of  vast   extent,' second   to  none on the American Continent  ��    -    *���  ff   President   Roosevelt   is   in  want of a real old' fashioned bear:  hunt, let him come to Port Steele;  Arthur Peuwick will   show   him ]  where brum lives, and  they   are  at home every dav  Jim Hill lias announced a rate  of Jsi.7.") per ton. on coal, from  Morrissey \o Spokane a distance  of over three-hundred miles, and  the C.P. R. has a rate of *:} per  ion to Nelson a distance ol lof>  miles.  'Pom Shauglinessy should  never have published that, interview of his on the silver-lead  mining industry A man who  will talk about mining pig lead  is talkius; thru his hat. And a  man that would sa,\ that the C'  P.K. has reduced smelting rates  ���10 to 7."> per cent has no regard for the truth And furthermore a man who with^the audacity to ask five million sane  Canadians"to lax themselves ]\  cents a pound on all the lead  they use in onh-r to protect 'Pom  SlmughiH'ssy's,   siTi.onu   relinerv  * o  has a gall that stirpassoth all  understanding And then to get  up and tell the world that the  C P K is lostering the lead industry in Bmi.-li Columbia���  Good Lord deliver us.- Sandon  Paystroak  NOTICE.  .Von.. i<- In it In jtiw ii that -KIiIhjs titti i 'lull  I intend t��. ��|.pl> to the Clin f Commissioner ol  l.iin,l-n,u,I Works foi nli< cum' 10 piospcil fin  ��,ml li]...n the follow iuk dest ribi d luinl-  m I limed in Jatsl Kootiiiuv mi the < .i-t side of  ihe rimlu.id Kiwi about foiu teen miles north  < f tin- Hound n \ Line i'oiiiiiu in iuk at ,, |���vi  U-iijk lh< noith westiomi 1 of William Linns  I'oisjs   11 urn,   linnet   tii<-t  sil ilinms    ihtuii  -olltll   K-l   I llllllls    till IK 1   Wl si Ml I llUllls    tin III.  UOI 111     Ml   I  lllllllS    lo    pOIIll   flf   1 KlIIIIK II, < III. Ill  OoiuiunuiK it 10 .u n's uioii oi less  Dnlnl Oi tobu hid   I9u;  WILLI \.M   LOUIS miSV    Loiiitm  H ll<;m \   Kiiise, AkciiI  The wonderful tine winter eh  "mTiTo'of'Soiuhoasl Kouieiuiy"!.-- ii  ,greai and ino.st   favorable laolor  "ui the development of mining and  smehins- , '  NOTICE.  Xotl, c is lietebv given that fci Uu)s aiui date  I lute-lid to appl> to the Chitl CJouiuilssirmer ol  Lands iml Woiks 101 a license lo piospei I Im  (Ortl upon the iolloviiug de-nibed hinds  situitUd lit ICrt't ICootciini mi the cusi si,h ol  the Flathead Itivei about fouueen miles iin|th  of the Hound.u\ Line I'niiiiueiielUK ill 1 post  beiiiK the south enst (oinci of Cuollno Ueddis  claim, I In. in i- iiviith mi < hams thence we-l n>  . ltctins iheint south htl i hams iln-iiu, ui^l M)  < Iniiiis tn pi n e hi licviiiiilii" Coiititlniiit; rilli  uciCs  O. lol.ci ,-iul   l'Hn!  ,    i' VltOLlVr. (illDOh's   Locum  -It lit in s K I Use   Ai eld  NOTICE.  N'nlii <��� Is licichl ��ln it llint III diijs ullri dull  1 lllltlld luupph In the Ohm ('iinimissioiii | ol  I tiuds tunl \\ oi ks loi u In eli-t u> piospiitlnt  i mil upon i In billow iuk dt-si nhed In nils si i mil c  in l'.-isl Ivonieieiv mi itit-1 n\l side ni rtlie Fliit-  hend Unci rihiuil toiiileeii miles unith of the  llouinlmy Line. r i'oiiiiiu in Iuk ��i �� posi ln'-  nii; till. IIOllI- Olsl mi net of Al,'Mill,let I lllloll  litddcs   I'lllilll      tlietll'C   Mllltll NI cllllllls     lllllllc  iu>i Ni chuiiis, tht.ni r innili Ml cliiiius, iln in e  list   so , Iniiiis  to ihu |ilm c oi   1,,'iiiuuni,;,  ion-  liiitiiiih' li-W in lis  (j^i.jiun jii.l^l'kii  ali'\- win.it rei.ton iiKonr.v Louioi  -o Ucni \  Kiusc. Aifi'nl  NOTICE.  'l'\Kt No i n ��� thai i>0 d.ivs ifioi time I Intend to ,ippl\ to ilu Chief Coiiiinissinni l (it  L.nids .lud.Woi ks Uu peliiiissiiin to puuti.tNC  lite tolln\Min'hinds in Sculli Ihisl Knoii-n.iN  CouiineneiiiK'Ul tho Ninth Wi'sl .inxlc Ol Jojic s  l're-cinptiou, thence east .ihiu^ the 1101 ih limit  of ssid pie-einptioii si)i iniiiis tliencc noitli .'o  ett.mis, iheiu-e west lo the si AIhi v's Itm-i,  thence followiu�� the St Mmvsltm-i 10 tin  phice of begiimliiK. c  Ujlod this Mill da\ ol Ociobei  A 1)   IWI.'  4i- JOHN. T  Ml'l.f AHV  MINEItAL ACT  (Koiim r >  i 1 It I IKK A 1 I. Ol   IMt'KOVhMhN 1 s  NOTICE.  M.i|ifi- bc.if Ki.ii-liniiiil  Miiicr.il ( l.imi.  Sun in- in Hie I'-oit sn cli Mimtii' liiMsnuinl  Soiitli j;,isi |\noicn,i\  Win ii l,'i.il,,l On 11 in Lichen \ Mount.nil  .idjoiiini:' Hi, Noilli St.n Mi in nt; (',,in|, ui\ s  piojicin  'l'.ike iiolK (��� lli.it I .1 L I'.ukei I'iccMiiRis  l cillliL.Uc 11 II is I, .is Areill tin the Noilli  st.it Mining Coinpinn Lnnltiil I'M,' Minn s  i\ nun iiln IMI'^i'i inti ml simv d.us lioin the  dull hticul, in npplv lo Ihe MiuiiiK Uciouli i  foi H Oeititieaii* of ImpioNcinciils n.i tin- |iin-  pose nl obtaining u Oown Oiant of the aboie  claim  And   lunliei   tike   noih i< iliui  in linn    inidei  siction IT, uuisi In eomincnc. d l.iioii  tlieissn-  tint >- ol sin h eeilitlcntc nt ImpioM incuts  .1   I.   1' MtlCI.lt    \n.-iit  11.Hi,I Oi tolici   'Mh   I'nIJ 41  MI\'i:ltAL .\IT  l.'��l|lM    I'  I -*Vl\  1 Lid Ik II   \ I ���.   Ill-    IM I'll,. 1 KMI.S I S  NOTICE.  'I'll!  "Al-IMIIl".  -slilllll.ll ll  .1 ml  Ali-IIM     l-'l'lU'l loll  .M in,-i .il ('l.iiiiw.    ,  tl|\ isliin   |l|  WANTiai���A TRUSTWOllTUV Cll'A'-  TLKMAN Olt L\OV 111 Otlfll coimt,yto  Mi:iim>>L' business for :in eld establisli����d  house of solid HuuiK'itil ^tiinding. A  straight, bona lido weekly salary of $18  paid by check cai-h Wednesday with  all expenses dirout Irom headqnurtei-s  Mone\ !id\am-ed for expenses.  \ tan a sjor   -til) f'a\ton llld".. (Jhicaoo.  SHORT LINE I  BETWEEN  STPAUL'"CHICAGO  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KansasCity-CHICAGO.  fl'titl.' "  NOTICE.  Now c is heieh\ st^'-n l)uil .��) diijs .lilei dul��  I iiilend lo i,|,]'1\ lo the Clnel ('oiniiiissinnci Ol  Lands Hud Woiksloi H In ciise lo pmspcit lot  iihI upon I he lollounii; desi nlied Uud siliiHte  in 10.1:1 Kooltu.i\ on ihe easl side of ihe 1'lnl-  heiid ltnei .ibout elo< en link's, noilli of Hie  ltound>ir\ Line Ooni'iieiK in�� nt the inititil  post of Joseph \iisiuis (l.ilin heintj ihe noilli  west ininei iidjin ent lo tin south west iinnei  oi Lizzie M liij,'hiims chuiii thence south 8il  (Iniiiis thence tiiit SO i-Iihiiis iliciue noilli W)  (li.-iiiis'. llicin e west fU iliiiiiis in the plan- ot  bctminnijj  (oiittiiiiinf,' t,40 n( ies  JOsLI'H AHSTIN. Lochioi  Ilem \ Kiuse, Agent       <  lmnl Oelohfi IS, 1102 ��� m   | e-   Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners.  To W. 11 Luiulit.li, oi lo.in\ peison oi prisons to whom he oi ihe\. oi .inv of them m.tv  luu e liunsrciied then oi Ins inteicsl m llw  Mojiui and Alt.i iniiiei.il ( htiins siliiulc on the  Noilli Mi .lik li ol Ui- -I M.n \ s Itivei in Ihe  l-'oi'l Steele iMiiiing Division of K.isl Koolcii.iv  and lecoidud in the olUco ot tin Mitniiir ltc< cider :u Foil   Slei le  Von ,iud e.u h of \ou .ue lif-it-h\ uotnled lli.u  I h.nu expend! d KSWi.iK) in .isscssiuenl woik on  ihe above incntiniu d uiiin i.il (liuuis since the  tlislduvot Fubiuuiy IHIH, undei the provisions of Ihu mine .ll Ac t. sunt il uillmi !H) d.i\s  ltou'i the d.itc ol this noti( c \oii l.nl ni iclusc  to conliibute voui poi lion ol sin h c\pciidllinc  lOjjelhcr with nil costs of .ulvci lisiiis voui .mil  each of vour interests In s-.ud elaiius will become the piopeitv of the iuirie.1 signed undri  section 4 ot mi Act enliiled An Act lo Amend  Hie Minei.il Act, lUon ��� ,  II  A JACKsON  Dated at Foi i Steele tins I'.Uli d.i\ oi Seplcin-  ber. llllli .Is  sltinit,   in Hi,  I'm I sii i lc Miuliii  l'usl   Koott llll\   l>[s|| n I  Win it lot nit il     on I lie west Intnl. nl llio en*!  i,,il. of Wild  IllllMM H el. "  'rnkciiolicelli.it I   .1   A   llm\c\   KiecMlnei s  Ccitilli itlc No     II It'tihl  .  iKcut lo, Alc\ I'oUoii  I'll',   M nit i s i 1111 ili me   No       lll.'.sl   ,   Itolil'll  l'olson. Ficc Mini i s Cci tilli ntc   No       IIUIMJ-  CliiMci K, White   Kicc   Miuci 's Ci 11 ill, .ill' No  . II Men     (it'iUKC L   Dnvis   |,'ice   Mmcis  (\-\-  iilh.itc   No      It ('.Oil t   ,  Junes   r     \i insUone;,  Ml in in 1st i .11 ol   nl   the   KM,He   ol   John  (,.,\li-  AllUiUI   l''icc Alnici s Ocililh.ite   No      llirflliKI  Nell  ~('(>oiic\~    Fin    Miuci s   (Vililli nil    Mr  It ILSHT     FumIi'i I, k 'i:    Uliiieiidoit    i:\cinioi  of the   ilsltile nl   J    Imiim-h i;l;iU'ii,loiI,   I'icc  Aliuei s   i'ciiiIkiiu    No       lt''TI7l       .mil    ihe  Ninth   St.u   AIintiiK  l^ouipaiiN    Lliutlcd,   1'li'c  .Minci s i'i iinli.itt No     illt.dii    inti n.i    si\t\  d.iv s tttini the .lute hcicoi lo tipph to   tin- Milling; ltd unlet Im ii IVi Iiln ate ol linpinvcinciits  till- tile  pill post  nf olll-lllllll^   I'lOlMI    Oi,lilts   ol  the itlm\ c i I ii i ins  And fin lliei hike  nonce  Unit .iclion,   nndci  sei lion IT   must he ( oiiniicui t d bi'loie tin- issii-  .Ul< c ol sin li < 'i 111Hi ntc ol 1 in |,11,which Is  '   D.ittd this mli d.n oi Cictoliei, I'KJi  ^rt .1    \   II \i,-\ hV  NOTICE.  Nolite is hcichv kimii th.it thn l\ d.i\s.itier  d.ite ��e the inidei-si'iiKd inuiid to tjiplv to  the assisuint Commissi.mt-i ol L.inds .mil  Worl.s ror the DistntL of List ICoolen.tv, .mil  io the Chief Commiss.onei or L.inds ami  Works foi liei uses to inos]iett lot Cn.il on th<  f.illoHiiii; dcsiiibid l.inds siln ac .iliimt iwo  inilis iioi 111 ol Hi, ['"! ilh, id 1,'Im i mi mill  utstottln I'iik hci Cli . k 'I'i.ul mil litt inihs  (.1st ot lli< >'.1st I ion ml u \ hue ol I In I .1 n.i, 11.in  J'.uilii Jtnllu.i\ Ki.uil In tin South 11 1st poition  ol List ICoolen.tv   Distnit   III itish f oliimlii.i  (Al) Cciiniiiciic nil,' .it > post ,1),Mil I m in \  null s i .1st ol tin touii ,i| Moiiisstv li.ni" tin  Initial post ol iMUIi.,,'1 ,McAiiciiic.v '��� t 111MT his  soutii i .isl i oi in i post tin iki uotih Ml i li.nus  llientc vsest Wl cli.mi' them c south SII i h uns  them c ,c,ist "(1 c li.mis to iliu plin c ol In I'lnnin ;  uml 1,,-diK .ii1j.il, in to 11, llu F 11,ul,tit s . la I in  uhli h .uljoiiis it on Hi, i isl Couiiiiiiliii I,in  .u 11 s  MICH \|'L  Ml   WLIFMLV   1 loi  \   11 n I,. II    \t-< nl  j  (Ul)     ( Olllllli III III}.'  II   I post   S.IIllllll'1   1    In III'  the south i list i iii nci ol I dull Millet s (Linn  ^tul .iilj.iuui to Mil hit] All Anci in v s i 1 inn  llicin c noi Ih sii i h mis 111, n,', west sn iliims  tin in c soulli so ( h.mis  tin ni i i ,isi sil i iniiiis to  pl.SI C ol  III ill II111 ll|,', coin ll in UK lllll .ICICs  inilTII  AIILLLI,    Lo. Itol'  \   I liu Id II   A^  : .il ,i post In In;,'  lln  AllN'LltAL AOT,  "      (FoitM F I  isilij  , nun ii ui ni   imi'Kovkmkn i s  NOTICE.  ���I'wisjwctoi's IJrp.iiii". --Old A Ih*"  ������lien D'oi'" Miiu'uil Claim-,.  and  stluuie in Ihu Foil stci h   Aliniiij,' Division oi  J1iisLlvonlfii.lv DisluiL i  Wheie loeiitcil  -On Wt ivci Ciul, ��  Tiilce lioliic Una I, Jitinis A lliiiviv.l' AI i \  No IM'IVUU ni inijf us ��i,'i nt Im John (' Oiecn  F AI b No lliitmu J.Sh.tvv I'.nLci I' \l C  No, Ittih'.l1! Joseph 11 "Lunlliivv FAIL' No  "114 111 i'       Oi.uiKi     S     Fii//cll     CMC    \i>  Ulill-.'TIi     lllld   1 It'll I*     Nollll'llv       l'lt'0    AlllltM's  C'eitilii.itc No HII1IW until.I si\i\ d.ivs  tioin tin dnlc heicoi lo npplv lo the Alniiiij,'  Itt'LOidti lot ,i Ccittlieiilc ot luipioicincnls loi  the pinposc ol iibl.iimiiK a Ciiivvii lliunl ol Lite  .il.ove el.nins ,  Andfiiilhei ttike  mil ice Unit in lion,   mulct  seelion .17  luiist be coiiimt need ucloii  tin issii-  ���inte ol sin li Pei lilli-.ilc ol I inpiinciiiciils"  Dined llll. J-llll thiv or O. lohci. I'lilJ  4,- .1   A   II \lt\ IIV  iMINF.lt \L AOT  FoltM F  ls'lt.  (JKllUri('\TK Dh" IVll'lltiV !Mt\ I's  NOTICE.  **��>  Transcontinentul railways have  decided to suspend c-houp i-ttcs  to the coast. Hereinafter a person travelling over CP.lt. lines  will need a inillion dollar cheque  a.9'a throiigh ticket. ���  Protoctioii is 'wanted in Jhe  Kootonays. "Noi, a protective  'tari.1T,. but. protection' from the  exhorbitanf .f!. P. R. I're.itrht. rat.c.s-  Your aiiention is (-ailed ici tlic  l'uineei- l.nint.-d" tiuitis (if Ihe ���'Milwaukee .V si I'tiul llailvvity '' '"riu' only  fi.-i l.-i-l trains in tin   ivut Id."  N'litt v, ill (ind il desirable lei ride cm  i'icw- liauis vvti.-n K"lnrs '" any jioinl in  liu- l''.iistci i�� Sliilcs in ('itnada. They  i-oiMii-cl    vvtili     all     'I'l-.tu-MOiitiiii'iiliil  I'ralua.... null    ..ill     'l'lt-ltid.      Arf,:l,ki     .s.dl  l.iuki-t'fi.; , -:    '  l'Vii-.fiirUii-.i';,iiifiii'iiiai.i(iii, |iain|ililel.B|  ���-tc, umIc any.'ricki-t. A'!/i-ni. cull,   h:  KO'llli,  ������ !)..->,  |{OWI0.    ,  t-'uHh.  Ajft-iii',-''',.'       (,.'i'.in.<i-al Aj-"'*iiiL,  sT'.OK-AN.K.. 1'lJl'tT.l.iANI).  NOTICE.  Tliuiv d.ivs .iiloi date I iiiicnd to applv to  the Clnel Coiiimtssiouci of Lands and Woiks  foi a special lueiiic lo cm and e.mv .i��.u  Umbel tioin the lolloiviuj; ih-scnbed lauds sim-  alcd in the Soiiihciu III, lsion of Last Kooienav  Distttcl eoinmetn.iii'j al a post planted on the  e.istein bouiidaiv of Loi 4MHI one hull mile  soitili of vvheic said boundaiv luiininit not Hi  Hist liosscs Siind eieek llienec north eifjliti  i hams, Ihence eastei|,'la\ chains thence south  eishlj chains, theme iw.1 tilifhlv eli.itns tn the  point of eoinmeiii'euiciiL  Oeiobui liitli   190-i  4,i J   It  LA NO LIC V   Oliilin No   I  NOTICE.  ThlilJ duisallei diite 1 intend lo Hpplv 10 lllf-  (Jhlct Couiiiiissioiit t ot Lands and Wot Us foi u  s|ni.i.il lituiise to cut and c.nly aiviiy tiiiibui  fioin tile follow Mb,' descilbeil laud sltii.iied on  Sand (leek In the -soinliei u Division of Lnsi  Ivooitiii.i', Dlsincl Comiiioiiciiit,' at u post  plained at J II Liiinilev's noilli easl coinei of  ciiluiNo i, thciicu east eiiflitj chains, thence  south elKhtj chuiiis Lhcnce ttcstuighli (-hulas,  thence noi Hi ebthiy eh.ihis to liu poliil or unn-  iiieiirc meni  Oetobei  Kith   IWi  41 J   II   kAMUI.KV   C'hilin No !.'  TENDERS.  ��� l)o<l��i'' and "ICcysiimi' fraction" Mineral Claims.  Situate in the Foil Steele Milium; Division ol  I'.nst Ivootemij Distiict  Wheie louited ��� At the heml or ltull Itieci  and \\ till Iloise (Ju'ck  Take noln e linn I. Jiiines A Hiitvev, F M ('  No -U-HU0O" in tniff for invscll nnd iis.iKiiu lot  Tliomus St.itbiid F AI C No 44ITI nnd  lleuiv F Collctt, Ftee Alinet s Oci-tihciilc No  'H Wl-iAV, intend, stxtv da.vs fioin ihe diite  heieof, to npplv lo the Alnnnj,' Keioidei foi n  Coiti'lcnto ol iiininemcnts foi Ihe puipose ot  nbtHinitiK aOionu Uiiml ot the iihovo claiins  And fuilhci liike notne thai iiclion. inidei  Section :I7, nnisi he eominenceU beloie the issuance of such Ci'ttilicnte of Iiupiovenieiils  Dined this dill duv nt Ociobei   UHli  41, J   A   IIAICVI'.Y  MINFltAL ACT',  (KIU.VI   !���' )  IS'.lll  C'KR'IIFIl'-ill-  OK  tVll'ltilVKVIFNI's  BO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  iTheTOlLET  IS IKCOMPLETE WITHOUT  ^^XTRACL  RELIEVES   CHAFING.   ITCHING   OR   IRRITATION.     COOLS, COMFORTS AND  HEALS ]  THE SKIN. AFTER SHAVING.  Avoid   dangerous,   irritating Witch   Hazel J  preparations ruprescnlG.1 to lie "the same ai"  Pond'i Extract, which easily sours and often  cucitain "woud alcohol," a deadly poison.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Arifnuo pnndtiiK a hkhtch'nntl iK'Rcrhitlon niny.  rjnlckly .H��.:��rtiilri nur oiunloti free wlnMlier ml  itiTluit.l.iri Is'protintfly pitlelidible. . Ciiiiiiiiuutfn.  tlnnmttrictljrcoTitlileiiMnl. llitnilbcokon l*/tlcnte  ucni fren. (ililimt nircn.iy fur nectiriiiK imtenls.  ' 1'ntetitK Uikeu tliroiiuli Miimi A Co. reeiiWc  sprcinl notice, wlllimn. cliarga, In tlio      '  Scientific American.  \ handsomely Uhi*itrnto(l wncklj*. Lnnient circulation of any ftciunt Ilk: Jourtml. Tonus, 93 a  vour; four nionthn, ft.  Sold byall nowndealern.  MUNN&Co.36'8-^ Jew York  Branch Ofnce. 62i F at_ Washington. D. C  Citow's Niwr LaNi.i.&��� Dkvhlqpmknt  '    (,'OMl'ANV,   L'l'tL'.  (In LiQUiuA'riON. ) :  Ti-niliM-s will Im riii-civ'dd iiy A. B.  Ull'LoOK, LiqiiiilRlor for Lli<; ''alioyu  Ciiiii|)it|i,y until NdviMiilior L'OLli, Iiiil2;,  I'tir tlli: h.'lli' i.-n-lildc. or Mi:|nirilUr)y oI'Llio.  ldlldivino- |i:ti-c:t:ls (if liinil silual.c in  (.'i-(iii|i I Kddlt-iiuy . 1 )int i-ii-.t���������:ilint,|.iii(f  mi nnd lyiiifj iliu-tli (if I.alec; Moyks, hiiIi-  jci-t, In an uoi-ccmciit, wliicli 1i:ih Ijeuii  iMitcriiil iiilci fin: tin- snlc (if J.Ik; Ijniliiirs  cm l,lii' Hiiicl liuid.s. ������,'..  Loi. -:7W Oi-olil' I Ki'i'lcimy DitiM'Ict  Hill  ncrcs'.'  NOTICE.  , New Yoll. .mil 1J A .I.K kson Mluquil Oliunis  sitiinte in the 1,'ot l blecle Mlinni; Division ol  L.ikI ICootcn.i\ Dlsliicl  SVlieic locaiud ���About one mile soulli or  M.ii,'itl mint ial (hum  TAIvi: NO'riOL Hi.ll I, l< Smith I'JIC.  nT-.'SW It nclliiKiirt-.iHcnl roi 1{ A Jackson, V  M U ->7UIU It .mil M U. Hose. !���' M C No "iil'.Wilt  Intend sl\t\ dtiys fioin the diite hcieot, lo  upply lo tin MiniiiK ltecoidei foi u Oeitltlcule  ol Iniinovciin ids foi the |ini pose of olit.ilnliiK  Oinuii Ci,nits (if the ahovi clntins  And fin tin i lit!,,' notice ih.it action, nndci  section .17 must lie i ointin in ed bcloic the Issuance. OI such C'eililh Alt of liiipiovemeiiis.   ,  km--." " :   K.KMrru.,  Daied llilfi;.'filli diiy.uf <sc;ploiniiei',   A.I')., IWK.  ���:;w  liiSH  i  :.'(W  is:!1'  mo  IIVI  Tin- liiolicsl. in-tiny.lender not. ncccs-  ���itirily .:ici-i-|il.cd.  h'di-     fiirllii-r    |iiirl.ii-iiliirs   apply '.to  A. II.   DICLOCK,   LiqukliUor.  X'ANCOUVKR.   11. C.  O. I'l.Uis'KiiTT. Solicitor.  Vancouver. B. C.  NOTICE.  'I'lilil.y liu.vs ill'teidiitc I Intend umpply lothc  ('iilc.lCoiiiinlssliinei'or Liiutls nnd Works fen- ll  speciitl lii:i)iis(s lo cut. nnd ciirry uwny timber  rroui tlio followiui,' described luml on, Siind  creel; In the Sinilliei-n l)ii'|sion or Kust Koolc-  miy Disli'iel. (.'oniiiicneliii; ul, :i poxt phiiil.cd in  J. It. LuiiKloy's noi-tInvest, corn t-of Oliilin No I  thence north cildil.V cliiiius, thence oust eighty.  t.imIus,. t.lic.nee smith el|,'hl.y chuiiis. thence west  elKlily chuiiis lo lite'point nr eoiniiiencciucui.  'Oet.nlii-r ltlt.li.. '      ���  ,  4;!-' W. J. LANOLI'-.V, V.'liilm No. I  duys  NOTICE.      ,  idttu- diite  1, intend to iipply t"  Tlilrt..V  tin  lor li s|iccliil license ui cut. nnd'ciii-Vy uwny  ilinhcf fioin Ihe follovvlni; deHciibcd land nIi.ii-  nte on Siintl eroelc In tin- Siilit.hei-ii| Division of  I'hisl. kooteiuiy Distflcl. Ooiiiiiieiieiii^ii'l, a |iost.  phintediit.l. 11. Luiiidoy'N north eiistconiei- "I  Oliilin No. I. thence north eighty cliiiius. tlicnctv  east eijjhly chuiiis. thence south eighty clinlusj  tliencc west, eitfitt.y chains to l,he.p(.lut.i til' ciun-  liieiiceincut..  i i.'lobci' HJih, IWW.  ���13 AV. J. LANG LEY. Claim No. ii.  ul  (CI) ( chilli,'hi iuk ,U ,i post In Inji lln south  im si ( ni nci iiboiii si \t nit i n miles n.it c11 e.isi  of ihe Low u ol Mot i issi s In in;^ liu iinti.il post  ol ImImIii L lit lilt s t l.iiin nnd .ulj.ii cut to  Kdilh Ml Hi i s i bum, lln mi' e.ist i i^luv i ll.until, nir noitli so t h,tins iIiliilc wist cii.dm  ill.this iheint south elitlnv cli.i us lo tin i.l.ut  of licj'lliiillli,' i out.11 ii in;; tliu .ll ics  I.IIWIN  L   IIKLIIi:    Lot.not  A   IliuUell   AiienL.  e  (HI) ('oillllllllCIIIK.il .1 post 111 III!.' tin south  cist ci,inoi of J I) lioidoii s cl.uiu and adjacent to Ld>v in L Itiule s (linn, tin nee west  i irlm ih.mis thence" noitli (iiditv ili.nus  lliciuc cast ciKlitv i h.ilus tlienic souili eiMttv  11,.mis in the pi.ite of 1,1^11111111^' i oiil.iiiiiuK i,li<  .U I I'S -----        ,, ���i.      ^ _   _ _       _ -  J   H UOHPllN, l.oi.noi  , A M.n Lett Aricnl  (101) ('oumiciiciiiK ll i post Ih'iiii, tin noith  e isLi iiinei .ind .uli.ii. nl to the south i .isl i oi-  nci ol J ll (.oiiloii sel tun tin in t souilii i^'li \  ehnl lis tlienic viesL ciKluv chains thein e mil ill  elfins i h mis III. iici'i isl i mill \ ill.nils lo tin  pint e ol liiMiiuiiiK i out lining nil! nits  LLLKN t ARLSOV   Lfn t'oi  tj' ' \ 'll.ti Kelt    \|.'t nl  (I'M) Coiiinii iiciiiK.u .1 posL bi in^r tin noitli  West (tn lie l null .l.lj it cilL In I lie sou ill ui si nn-  iici   ol   l.lluin   L    Iii itlc s i I urn    I In nt c snuili  eiKhlv t haiiis  theni ist cu'liiv th.niis tin nee  noi ih i ].,lu\ cli.iii,'.  tin im   west t-tyhlv (h.uns  In pi ice ol hiKinniiiK unit.lining, >,|0 ,n ics  LOl'Is, CLAIM'   Lot noi  ~ v^^l l3t l.Ci t    \;ri ill  (Ol) I'tiinnicui itiK.it t post I , iuk Hie south  east i oinci .mil .ulj i( cut tu .1 i si u>ii sil.mii  tin lice iioi III ( ikIiiv ih mis Ilniiicwisl cifihtv  chains ilii-iicc snuili ��� irJilv cli instlKini (..1st  (Mfjlitv eh.inis lo the pi,in- ..I In ���iuiiiiix ioii-  Uiniiin' idu ,u us  (.   I'.   K UNDALL   Lo( itoi  A   ll.icl.ett   Am ill  (111) t'oniuieiu iiiK.U I posl bcniK lilt noilli  cisl t in lit i .mil ,ni j.n i nl 11, the sou ih \u si i oi-  nci oi .1 C <sliii.ii s 11 inn thente vvctt cikIim  cli.nils tliei.ii soulli cikI,l\ i li.uns, thciKi e.ist  eiKlnv cliinns ihcmc noilli i iKhtv iliiuis to  pi ii e nl btKiniiinj,  i oiil.iiiiniKi'li1 .u ics  1,1-sl' f \ULSo\'   Loi urn  \    lhllUCLI     V|.'ltll  1  | III   ( ntiiiuciii iuk .il   i  post liciu���'Hie noi Hi  wesii.iiuci | iisi.i ml mi it cut to lite south c.1st  coinei   of (!    II    Kendalls cl inn   litem e e.isi  (IKhtv    (linns    iheint    south   ciulil v, (lianis  thence in si t ir'hlv chains  tin nee uoi Ih i isrhiv  ill tins  In  Ida",    of  biuiiniuiK   t onlainiiiK  ''I11  c  in Its  ('II \i;LII: CMIL'sON   Loe.uoi  \   II ii hell   \Kcnt  |,ll| (loiiiiui'iii iuk al a pusl bcniKthc soulli  easl (oiuei post ol Ih^nin (ailsons i 1 inn  theme not 111 clalilv chains to n point uijoin.iv  the south west coinei ot (Jli.nlie C.itKons  elann iltence vicst cikIiiv ih uns iheme soulli  cijjitv eliiins tlienic e.isi cikIiiv ( hjnis lo  place ol bCKinniiiK ( onl niiiii!. Mil .n ios  KLOINA OMtLSON"   Loi nioi-  A   II ichiHL  Asenl  |KI| (Jomineiieiiih.il a post lu-nit. the son Ih  west coinei of Ida Cat Notts clnni tlienic  noi ill SO chains ion point beniK the soulli i .1st  coinei ol Ous Cmlsoii s i l.iitn iliciue easl ,su  eh mis tliencc south ��(l ill mis theiice vtesl sn  chums lo |ilat t ol bcKinniiiK i onlniuin;' din  acics  II) \ (  Mll.stls-   Lot.inn  A   HacUett   \Kcnt  |LI| ConiiiieiiK nif; nl n post In iuk noith  e.isi i miiei ot iMiihiiel Mi Auei nev silmiu nnd  adjoiuiiiK the soulli itc-i . mnci ol Id i C n l-on s  claim l Iii-iii t west so iliiuis thence -.outli sti  eliuiiis, Iliciue cnsi so , hums Hit in cjiiu ih stl  t'liHiiis lo plute ol biKinniiiK i oniiiiiiuiK I'll)  iides ���  MKS iMIC'IIAI'.L Mi ANIlIiNI'^ Lniiiloi  .\ llni I.. II Am nl  |MI| ComiiiencuiK at a post Iiciiik the ninth  tttisL eoi nei ol J !���' Doiiiii llv s olaim ami bcinr  ndjiuent to the soulli easl i in m i ol Kckui.i  Calls,,n -. claim tin in e soulli sil ( hams i In ui t  t, ist Ml chains tin in e inn III *<(' ihaim. theni.  west sn t li.nus to pl.ii c ol h muiiiiK , i,nl.hi,in:  nlll u ics  J   l<   DONNIOLLV   Likiiioi  \ Mm ketl AKi ul  [Nl] Conuncii. iiik at a post In iuk the soulli  cast coinei ot J II smiths i hum i In tut  in,ill, i i���'hlv i leiins, lo a | ouit .iilloiiuiiK tin  south wt st (Oinci ol lllljji Mi (iuiie s ( laiiii  \ilili h is mi linn d about lvvi ul \ inn milt s uoui  the Icumi ot Mm i isscv and ne u ihe Kl itliead  Itlvct tin in i Ht-si eight t i Im His theni c south  ulKliO i-hiniis Iheme . nsl iiuliiv i hams I,,  1>].ii i' ul litKiiiuiiiK i onlainiiiK HI" Hen s  J   II   sMI'l'll   Loi ntoi  A   lln Lett    \Ktiil  (Ol) Ciiiiiiiii ni Iiik at i post In iuk >h> noilli  east cornel' or Hal lie L. Suillli's cliiiin ail,I ail-  joiliintj: lliesnulli cast, coring; (if J.. II: .SiniUi's  eialm, tliencc. soulli HI) clialiu. Ihencc vvcsl XII  chains, thence north. HII'i-.hitin.s. thence cukI  ��U chains In place, of liCKlnniiiK,  eonliiiiijiijj'ivui  IIOI'U.S.   : ��� .'���:''.  ���'   '.IIAM'TIJ': L. SMI.MMI. Locator.  ,   '   '.���' '.���::.       ���      A. ilackelt. Aifiinl. '  (I'I) OohlincliciiiK ill a ptisl lielne, Ihe soulli  west corner of J. It. I'rallicr's c.isiliu and tut-  jaccul to the south ciisi en titer of J. II. Suiil,l|->  eliiiiii.   lhcnce   noilli  sn cliiiius.  I liciicc;.',i.-l ki  NOTICE.  NOIMC L lslKitbv yivea that an . ppln aion  Mill In in.Ml, mill, LiK'sl linn cil lliillsh ( o-  lumhi.i at us nt vi si ssion Im an A( I to Intni  poialt, the KooKiilv i.ii ibi", and I'.ic Hn  It lilnav Coiiipuiv to coiisliinl iiidnp<iil( a  luu ol Knlu.iv lot tin i.iiiiiUKol lni.'lil uid  pisseiiKic- ('Olllllli III lll���' .11 i poliil on liu  C.uia ban Put ilu 1,'iiihMiy it m m n ilu Town  ol I,olden in tin   I'loiuiii  nl Ih H ish ( oliiinlini  tlll'lll      Noi Ul-W'l s|t I h   lollliVMIl ; tin   LOUISCilt  Ih, Coliiinlii i nil,I < iiiii't U mis to i t,, ii til al in  in ii 'I'tK J nun (' k Ik Hit i c c Ncittli-Wt sti 11\  rollniillu' lln i cull s. ol Ilu I'M isi i K it i |o i  point ti ot in u (iisioitic I'm i ik�� Ihinii  \\'i sii i h loll,,w iiik tin loillsl ol III, Million  Hid <sllt ( ua 1,'ivcisoi bv Hie mosl ( miv ( mi III  iriiilt lo tnli wall i nl ,n in ii I',ni simpson,  with auihoi il\ to t onsii in i i Inam h lint to tlit-  Town olll ik, i .111<<   iiiiloilui  In. im h hues not  i u , , din/llll \ mil ih In   li',,. ll.      Also  in  , nun,, i u nli in I,'in   i   linn   . mi ii i in    iiiiii,,;,'  llll Ills   Willi    111 \    olll' i     IMilvns   sitll.it.   Ill  II  s ml pi tipo i d 1; uI w i\ oi   inv   pill   I h. 11 ol    l..  it i i hi   n out im i low i nin. nt   pi i sou  ..|    bi.di  ioip.il in     < i nils  o|   laud     mom \     oi     ollu i  .isst is in aid ol i oust i in I Ion ol s i nl   iiiidt 11 11,-  IUK   w ilh pnui i to ( on^li i.i I uud opt talc  it It  Kiapli uud n h iilionc luu s Im Ilu   piiipos. of il  biisiui ss mil Im the pill,h,    uid with   powci lo  own   usi  .ind op,'i u<  uali i pou eis ( oim nit lit  to Die load loi then i.i ilvv.i v .in,I ot lit i ptu posi s  with poui I to own  mil opci He steamships .in,I  sltlppuiK   mil   1'inlil    mil   iK(i   (be   iimissiis  \\ 11,11 \ i s ami w illi sin li ollu i pi,\u is mi) pi i\ i  liK.s  as   in    iisiiilh   ���'lien   It)   KiiIh.i,   Coin  p lines '  I) lit d  il I ni I sit i It  Ilu-, null d r, ol Oi toll, i  PMi; i  li II Aid I ^i   A.  Mn'A I! I I.If  SOllI   ItOtS   llll      \pplll    lilts  i  NOTICE.  NOTIl'L is hi ieb\ Kin n lli.it   in   .ipplii.iliiiu  will I"  in.ulr to the I' uli uic lit nl c in id i an,  iie\L  session   loi   an    \( i  lo    lutoipotaic   Ilu  KooK'ii i\ C n llicin and I'.n Hie   h'.ulwav   (k m-  pauv    io i oust i ue I and opt i ale a   line ot   K ul-  vv.iv fin the ( ai iv Hi); ol UeiKh(   i nil p.tsseiieci -  C'oiiiiiieuc iiik at  i point on Lilt C'.iiiidiaii I'.kiIk  Kail w i\ at TTi Tti "TTTliT 'I'ow n ol   iTokieii-ui" lilt  I'lovmieol   lllltisli   Colllli. bl.l    tlienic   Noilli-  WesUilv lollowliiK the t oiiisc ol the Coluniliia  ind  Canoe  Kneis  to  a   iioiul   ai   oi ueai 'LVtc  .la a no Cache  tliencc Noi th-U'esu 11\   lolloviliiK  theioiusi ol the I'M.1st i Kivei loapouii   it  oi  item (.itscomc roil.iKc  them c WM. sit ilv lollow-  iuk  tin    ciuttst   ol   the   \M i hat o    md   Skei ua  Ijmisoi n\ the most i on v enionl iciiite to   tide  w.iLi'i .it m mat  I'uit suupsiiu   Willi  .uilhoiilv  to   lousiiuty a   In.imh    line   io  the  'Covin of  liakcivillc .iiul oil,oi bi.iiu li lines not   ( \cct.d-  niK miv miles i n I, in li nrlli      Also to ( onni 11  with u ml i nt i t in to t unit in^ ai i uiki mi nls with  inv othei h'.ulwavs stilt ue ueai said   proposed  Hailwav oi   inv  put ilieitol    lo   lectivc  Horn  au\   (in1, oi anient    peison   oi   bodv   (.npoiaic  /i.nils of I illil  moiiev oi niliei   isscls in    ml  ol  cotisti in lion ol s ml   tincloitakiiiK   with   powei  io tonsil net and  opciate    telCKiaph   ind   Ltk-  plioui Inc s liu the pin pose ol Us business   and  lilt the publit   ami with powii to own, use t\nil  ojiii.lit watei povwts loiuiiueni   to the   mad  toi   then    i nlwav   nnd   oihei    pin posts   with  powt t   lo own    uid   op, i.Hi    sit imslnps   and  shippuiK   mil   build  .uid  cttit   Liu    ncicssuv  wli.uvcs   ami   with   such   oihei     pnweis   and  liinihKts as   in    usu.ilh  Kntii   to   U.ulviav  Ciimp lines  Hated ul I'm I sicelc this HHli d iv ol Ot Lobci  I'm: <, <���  li ' 11 v.Kv.'r.'i   .v.  MiCAi; I'I'It  < Nulii ,ini -, loi  A)iplic.nils  NOTICE.  NO I'KJI. is lit it bv rJiveii   lull   ill divs aflci  dale   1 iclcud loapplv lo   Ilu    i luc!   Coiiiims  SIOIICl    ol     i. 1 litis    ,1 nil   Woiks     It   \lltoilllol  pi liuissilin to  pun lust    the   followniK   I mils   ,  siln,ni d hi Soulli I'.asl   Koolitiav  L'omiiieiK niK.il i post pi,nil, d at ilu Vmlli  L isl i in nci ul C ' 1' Lund s pun h isi m u  \V.it diici II C tilt mi stuil'i sn t bams 'l|oiii|._  (.isl Id ( hams in in oi less lo lln m si bin1 ol  I In* Kooli n i\ liivci I hem e tip Ilu sin! Knott  na\ ltnei In tin soulli line ol J L I tiimplin vs  uukIi.Isc oi south \\ .n dni! llicin c uesl Id  t hams molt ot less lo the placi ol bCKiimuiK  Wm   i'VULIN  Halt d ^t'picmbei   lilli   I'll)J  MINKIiAL ACT  |vn,  (  h'OKM   !���-    ) '  ci'.irriiMCATi: or imim:o\ i ui.sts  NOTICE.  Division   m; u uititiDor   \xd im;iv\  M1VLK \l.   ( L \l\ls  Situate in ihe l-'ni t <-.Ue|e  Mmin/ Division  ol   I', isl   Koott M IV    Distill t  Win ic lot iu.il Oi the wcsi bi im h oltht si  M ii v s tivi i ^_  Tal.i    Notiec   111 it   I    s muiel    Lovall    li"i(i  iMinei slttttllt in  No     irdj-in      on   bell.tit   of  invscli and as .iKt'tii  loi   Jeiulie   r.    <sp,iiililiiiv  I'i ec Mntoi sCiitiiu ne No      li'il Vu      CeoiKi  Alan   Kill.    CMC    No       inibM       O-i ii     II  Dunlin    CMC   No      ll'ilisj;    and Joseph   II  Wiijjil   IMec MincisCi i iiln at'    No      ItiiDtdl.  indiid sim\ dais lioin (1 ne lieieol   to.ipphlo  lln    Miiiiiik Itctoidci    loi a  ( i 111 In it,' ol   lin-  piovemenls    loi   the   puipose   ol   oblamuiK   a  ( iown i,iam ol tin ahum , 1 nnfi  And liullici like noliic lli.u ,l( lion iiuili i  siititin IT must be t (iintiii ik ed betotc t be issu-  uiic ol sin li ( ci 11Ik an ol luipiovt nit ids  I) lit ll I Ills-.'mli tlav ol (>( lobt i    llni' ll  MINc It \L   \( 'l<  (I lUIVI   | .)  ( I l( I ,1 It A I I    nl    I Mi-ltov I M I M '  NOTICE.  MoKiil and Alia Muici.il ( I urns still in in  Ihe Km I sit i lc Miiuiik Di\ isiou ol l. isl k'ooli -  u i\  Dish It I  Wlicic li,( all d \hoiil I1 milt s uoi Ih ol the  (Heal Dane  ���I'Mvl". NOI'KI, Ui.it 1 It Snuili r M C  II l, ."in itliiiK I. 1.1 ill loi li A Jaikson 1<'  M ( I! intni, ami I, ( l!iisi I'MIO No |l  'ili'llli llitcinl sl\l\ d.ivs 11 otil Ihe il lit- lit il nl  lo aplily lo llic MiniiiK Hccordcr for a (.'crlili-  cute or Improvcinciiis! for Ihe purpose of tib-  liiliiiiiK Crown (irnnls of Ih'o ithovi- cliiiius.  .  And   t'lii'l.hc.r  lukc.  ndlici;   Hull, nclidii. iindtu"'  scclion :17. must, be ('iimmcnccd   before. Hie  ls-  siimice ofsiicli ('iirliUcale ol' li'iip'i-ov-c.ii'iciils.  :i!|- c ���'.���;.��� .It. SMl'IMI. ���������   .  Dnletl IliisLTilli day df  Seple.inber, A.D.. IUii:i.  eh,,:.',,  cllilii.  .teres.  I hence miiiIIi Hi) I'luiins  ,i,   jilncc   of   liCKillllillK  I hence . w ,'��� I  t-oiilaiiu'iiK   '  J.  II.  IM.'ATIIKit.  Locator.  A. llueUiil.1.. AkciiL.' ,  (HI) 1-,,inn,riK'iiiK nl n posl liriui; Hie noill,  wcsi corner oi Annie S. I'l'iilber's cbiliu uud  tidjacciil lo l,lio. Miutli cnsi corner HI J. ll_  Stuilli's cltiiui, tliencc soulli sn chuiiis. llicncc  cnsi Wl cliiiius; thence north t-si t elm I mi, lhcnce  W'esi Hti.cliu ins to place ol' bcj;iuiihiK. conlnliil.iiK  it-Ill nc.rcs.        ;  ANNII'i S. I'HA'I'HI'ilt.  I.oealor.  A. Iliiekcll. AkciiI..  Diitcd Ibis Ilh ilii'y of October, l!iti'i. .   ir>-  MINKItAL AOT I MM.  ���(I'llllM   !���������'.)  IIKII'I-I KMJATH  dl'<   IMI-KI.V'KMI'IN'rs.  |,-���rt.  ���|'lis-  .f    Ihe  NOTICE.  ' Ashhiiul" Mineral (Malm sil.uiil.c In l.bc  Sli'clc MiniiiK DUislon of Kust Kuo'timiiy  Li-ici... '      ���      "   ' .  , Where . locni.cil:    On  the   w'-si '-kide  west hriincli of SI. Mary's Itivei'.  'I'n kc iiollce lliiil-l, James A. Jlnrvi-y, p'rec  Mluei'-.s Ctirliliculc No. , '���It.'l.'lliim-- iikcui fur  Joseph II. WrlKhl. I'M-ce Miner's C'criilic-iic ,\',,.  '���|t.l'iii:ilil',", hitt'iitl. sixty days (ruin I lie tlulc  hereof, lo .ijiply Id the MjniiiK Iteconler lor a.  Ccrlilicnli.'nl linprovcincnts, for Hie purposn of  obi iiiui UK a Crown (Hun I ol I lie above cluim.  Anil lurther take notice th:,t action, under  scclion :t*'. niusl be cnuinienced l.c|'(>n. Ilicissu-  niii'c or such C'crli Ilea lo of I in pro vi'men Is.  I luted I bin 14th tiny of Seplemi.icr. p.iiy.  41- "       J. A. HAJtVEY.  : >
THE PROSPECTOR,   FORT STEELE,  B. C,  XoVMMIiKK 22.   \WJ
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lliis bite force as <-<>iiiiiian<l('i'-iii-
• chief.
The- ofiieriil plan ol lh«<
maneuvers; is .similar lo thai pur
sui'il in (lie Norlh Atlantic oil'
■Ihe coast of New l-lniflaiul lasl
siiiniiioi-. bill tlie prosenl inobili
/alum i.s to be conducted on a
much larger .-cale liian ever, bo-
Tore attempted in the American
navy. Secretary Moody and 1 ho
President, believe in practical
drills--exercises that will pro-
pi re the oflicers and men for
service should a foreign foe ■send
■ a, llool, iiic.-iinsl. tlio American
shores. The -'search problem"
■   is   to  be the chief  feat lire, of Iho
i'i
proo-rammo.
.._ __*A jiiival basiL_lias _ .boon ..osljijli
Jishod ai Culebra island, a  short
distance   oast   of  tlio   island   of
Porto Rico.     Por several   weeks
past,  colliers   and   supply   .ships
rhave been reiidezvousin.n in   the
vicinity of tins island.'      Admiral
' Sumner.  comiiiaiiuino' the South
Atlantic squadron, and » Admiral
(Jrowninsliicld, command'ni"  the
c European squadron,..-ire now ,on
their way lo  '-seat   of   trouble."
Admiral     Sum nor.      beiii.o-   the
senior.  ,is   to   huvo„e(>nim;ind <>r
the combined   squadrons.      The
plan   is   to   have  the   combined
South   Atlantic and     Ifiuropran
scpiadrons   operate   against   the
North Atlantic. Ileei. in a '.search"
or ••.sci)utiiiii',',pi'obluni.      In   the
'proposed   search   problem 'Rear
Admiral 11 i«'iriiis(;ii   will   lie  advised that a hostile fleet has left
Kuropo   and   will   coinbine  with
another in'Stmtliorn waters with
a view lo   nial-ini:   an ' al l,ack   on
jsonie   of   the   American   possessions „ ,
.The search problem having-
been concluded, all the scpiadrons. together w'dli a number of
dotaohi-d vessels, will assemhle
off Culebra uiuU<r command of
Admiral Dewey. About two
months will be devoted lo naval
evolutions, according to a programme which has been formulated by the Ci (moral Hoard of
the Navy, of which Admiral
Dewey is President After the
nianouvros thc-ru will bo a o-en-
era,l reorganization of Ihe nava,l
forces in Allantic and Pacific
waters.
immense
opportunity
For (ietting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required.—Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System
hi order in haw Dr. Arnold's Hn^li-sh
Toxin I'il Is phicecl innthi* hands nl all'
.ifi'sniir, sulli-riiijj' from bud health ivt-
in-iike I lie fdlloM inn must  liberiil oiler:
II win will send lis winr iiiinieand.ad-
(Ircss and a^ree to sell lor Us twelve
lioves of Dr. Arnold's Kiijilisli Toxin
I'ill.stil 2.">c. |it*r box. we will »ive yen
.vusni.irri.'.j.Y i-'i£Ki,:r .\ , ukahtifhi,
WW Ten v.N'l) CHAIN in either Ladies
or (tents size, or your choice of I went \
other premiums siieh ;ts tim: .sets of
.lcwelr\. I linns. Violins. AlsLiitJciliiin.
Te:i Sets. Sateen Skirts. ('ami-ras, ele.
Keilli'lllher we, DON'T WANT A.VY
MONK); until after you sell thel'ills
mid y'c'ni ilon'l have to sell any more
I ban I:! lioxc-i to uet ihe premiums.
This i.s ii lioita lidc oll'er from a reliable
eoneerii llial has jfivoii thoiistind.s ol'
(lollai'.s m orlli ol premiimis lo agents all
o\ er the i-iumtr.v. Itoineinber also thai
Dr. Arnold's I'ji^-lish Toxin fills are a
well known remedy,loi- all disc-uses of
the .kidney and bladder. IJrijrlifs
disease, diabetes, rheumatism, nervous
troubles.' and lomale e<ini])lauils. and
are'for silk by all (ii-st class dru>j>iists
and dealers in medicines in all jiarts c>l
-llie-worldrYott liiivivoul.v Ki-show-til ci 11
to sell thorn. Von are not olTerinjj
sonielhin>r that t,lii? people don't know.
Oii'r'wal dies' are. (tlio regular standard
si/.e" lor Ladies and (lentlemen in
Nickel or (Jim Metal Cases with handsome ilhiiiiinaiecl dials and reliable
I ime-lceopors. watches Mich as no lady
or ifcntleiiiaii need be ashamed tocariw
and tho.v wilfbe .scut absolutely L'Yi-e
lo all who sell only^ twelve boxes ol
those wonderful Toxin Pills.' Write at
once nnd be the first in yoni locality to
not, one ot those beautiful watches anil
chain. As soon as wc receive your
leiier or post card we will .scud you
post paid twelve boxes. together with
our Illustrated Catalogue' and beauti-
Itilly colored card with your name and
address on as 0111; authorized ' aifdit.
Ilearjn min'il that, you will not lieu asked lo sell any more than 12 boxes and
we   nON'T    WANT    ANY    XIO.VKY    ttlltik
tiller you have sold them.    We bear all
ihe t:\-pensc and are only  inukiu>>   this
liberaroll'er as ;i mcdiod of advertising
Dr.   Arnold's   lOn^lisli     Toxin     Dills.
Don'l.delay, write at, once  ;ind' earn   a
beautiful    present     foi-    ynursell     for
('liristmiis. , i
Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO.,  Dept.
v ,       132
oO Adelaide St. Hast. Toronto. Out.
i**m mr. Wood's PhoBpfcediM,
The Great English Remedy.
Sold and recommended by all
druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.  Six
_ 'packages guaranteed to cure all
forms ol Sexual'Weakness, all effects of abuse
or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of To-
d.icco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt
of price, one package $1, six, $5. One will jileaxe,
sU will cure. Pamphlets free to any address.
TUe Wood Company, Windsor, OnU
Sold bv A. YV. r.leasdell. Di-u<i»ist.
&#iwm&ii^^ffl^^
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Hcadouarters   for   lYIiniiig   and   Commercial   IVIen.
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The
Hotel
All    Modern     Conveniences
Large
FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.
i    (
Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.
FORT
The 3\iining Center of South East Kootenay
Sl,i"i,n£or.s visitiiiir K'orl, RU'cli;
i*o tiwiiy 'willi t,ho impvossion
thut. the minus'iii our vicinity
wiih clovclopiuoiil worlf,'must ol
noo.ossil.y niiilic Sti'd'c a, town til
l; roil I -iiupfirtiinco.
NOTICE.
TAk'K    NO'I'K'IO III.il lliu-lv ilnvs .iitci   il.ili-
I ml,-nil to ii|i|)lv l.i lln- Clni'l I'.iiiihiissi.iiii'i ol
I.mills mill   W'oi'Us  im   iii'iiiiissimi   in rul tiii.l
CI I I V .1 WSl V 11 111 I »€•!■ I HUM I 111' I Ci I III VI IIIJJlll-si-lllll il
I.iiiiI   in  l-'.nsi lv(,ii|,-iin\   Disinel. II  ('.      Iti'Kin-
II ■ !!■» ,lt  11   |J,)sl   plllllll'll 111   till'   Snuili    Wist    I'lll-
iiim nf S l'.iil«i.\'s |iie-,'iii|,ti,in ..ml null-Kiel
(ii'orm' (iciiry's S. !•'. i',i-iiir ilicnce ihii-iii in
oliyins, tliciicc west ntli t-li uns I licnec soulli Id
cliiiius. Ilicnce i-.isi I Hi) (l.iinis in tlic pl:n c nl
liciriii'iiii1/.
i: roue !•: ;: k.miv,
Ii.iled Si'iiu iniici- -.Mid  I'.hij. it
J. TAENHAUSER
WA'rOllMAIvHK'illld    .1 K\V KI.KH
Iviisrav iiik
Uiverside Avonne.
lAn-i, Steele.   M. C.
The Largest
Mineral Areas,
and the IKEost
Extensive ,,
Goal Fields on the
American Continent
are Situated in
South East Kootenay
Agriculture
C*raxing and the
,0       s."
—. ' r, i  i f     (
Lumber Industry
arc Prominent
Features /of the
District.,.
W'llV  \(>ll  slllllllll    llll\
FAIR     PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
Because  il is Ihe best, (|ii:ini,v.
Because  ''■ 's Un- nmsl. l:isl,iny-c.lie-w-
Because  '' ^ U"' laryesl, hi^'li ^'riide
■    ."i (ir Klc. |ilu^'.  ,
Because  '''"" ,u^'s il:|,<-'  Va.lil.-llile   fur
|ireiniliiiis  until   January
1st,   190-1.
Because .«,"• ^n:iranl.ee -vr.ry ,.lu»;.
and
Because .v"1"',',5!l'('1' 's •i||,i|"i'i^|,'<i
In refund vcuir iiiunev if yen
... are nut. sitt.islied.
AN ALL ABIDING FAITH.
The Illinois Contriil I lailroad (Joni-
pany has an all abiding faiili in ihe
future of the (Ireal Noi-thwcst. A
short, tinie a-40. litis v\;is maiiife.st.ed l).v
the eslalilishnient,. in Seattle, ol an
aiiency 1o take care of tlieir interests
there. The latest Hlorl is to put on a
sjilendidly.e(iui|)|),ed new train service
lielivoeii St. I'ltnl :ind (Jliicajjo. The
new trains will lie rnnninjj Sttndav
November 2nd. - They will use their
own mils lirt ween Cliiciiiro and Albert
I .en. ',Minn and the Miiineiiiiolis and St
Louis Ivy. I i-iicU Iroin Allierl l.ea to
Minnc:i|Kilis and Si. Taul. rininiii^ into
the Union Depot at St. I'anl. which is
the -Jitini; thiil is Used by all lines in
that, city.
'Pile Irani is lo be known as •■The
(,'hica^o. Si. I'anl and Minneapolis
Ijiniiled" and will consist of sleeping
ear. bullet library- car and reclining
i-liJtii- imi- I li r<m» li without clianjii; between Chicago and Minneapolis and St.
I'anl. I lining car s(.|-i-ice will ali-o lie
maintained, -.upper hein«r served mil
ol ('hiciyo and break I.M into ('h ii;a^o.
Trains will leave St. I'anl al 7:10 P.M.
and iiriive in ('hicii^o !i:."l(l A.M. I.esive
('liicajici ill li:l<l ''.M. .mil .-irrrive at St.
I'anl K:ltl A.M. uuikiiiu close cciiniec-
tion :tt St. I'iiul with all western lines.
Tickets can be purchased via this line,
in connection with all western lines, al
all sl.-uioiis.
Kor lurther information reyuriliny
t'-iites, I'diiles, finie. etc.. call on or
address.
I'.. II. 'Pkilmhuli.. (.loiiinierc.ial Ajjent.
llliiiois,(Vnlral K. 1!..' l-l.'l Third St..
1'orl.land.-Ore.;r<>n'.
I'.MU, li. 'PllOMl'So.v. Krei^ht and
r.-isscnyer Ajrcnt. Illinois <'eiiti-al U.K.
Sealfle. Wash.
The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass
through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the
District.
o
Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale
1 '
Apply to
R. L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite office
CANADJSAN
ANDREW   -NEIDIG
GONTRAGTOR     and    BUILDER
IIOUSK AND SIC1N PAINTING
-,    CAI.CIMININU mi,I PAP Kit IIANtilNO
RAILWAY
All   sensible    people , I ravel    by the
C'.H.lt.    Is the maxim of the.lriivelliiiti
public  C< lJKKD
^AL''KTV
,s-rATISI',A(JrPIO.\"
I.K.AVK   l-'OliT  STKI-'.I.K  .ll'NCTION
1-01    I'. M.
Arrive Winnipeg L'nd day S-od a.m.
Arrive St. I'iiul -Jnd day (i-.'tll p. m.
Arrive Chicago .'h-d day !I-.'UI a. in.
Arrive ,'Poronlo-lib day Li-l-l p. in.
Arrive Montreal  llh day ii-.'i(> p. in.
Arrive Now York ."ilh day K-."i."i p. m.
('lorn- connect ion   for all lOiislern points
A fi'iilitreol Ihe. this ('onipany's service is the inii(*uilicent Toiirisi (',ii-s
which are owned and operated by l he
Conipany. l''oi Ihe l''..isl they leave a.s
follows. (-
Fi-iMH Dtiiitiii.r.' ..I..-I... daily. I.or St.
f'aul.
l'Youi Koole.iiiiy l.andine-. 'Piiesdny
and Sal.ui'day: for 'Pnroiilo. Monireal
and iiil Kastcni  points.
A trip over tin-. ('.I'.It., will eon viilei-
yon of the fact that it is the most desi r-
iilili; road lo patronize.
Knrther informal ion re.y.-irdinjv tin-
only way etui be had mi application to
J. S. CARTER. (B. J. COYLE'
Dis. Pass. Agt, A. (x. P. A.
Nelson. Vancouver
Agent Fori Steele Junction.
KIMBERLEY.
Near tin; famous
The    Coming   Town   of   East
Kootenay.     0m __.....^a.
North Star
a«d Svillivat-i iVlin
A Limited IVTumber of Lots for Sale
at Prices Ranging from
$135    Xo    $4QO
NOW   IS   THE  TIME TO HUV as prices vyill--be-advanced the iii- t
of the year.        ■':.' '.':''■''.'''.',. .';"■•" ''""■■''; ■:'.■■ ■'.'',        ■ '■"'•■■ -<   ■
.:■■   Apply to -c '!l'/;;;■'
Land Commissioner, C. P. R^ J
Winnipeg, Man.,;o£ to
•    BEALE & ■Bi^WBtw-^-
Fort Steele and Kinrberley, i
THE PROSPECTOR,  POUT STEELE,  B. C, NOVEMBER 22.   100:]
-"•—--
North Star Lodge
NO. 30.
A. F. AND A. M,       G. R. B. C.
kokt s'j'jaa.i''.. ». o.
Rt-KUlnr   int-ciliiKs-lsi   'J'licsiliiy   in   eacii
uiontli at el«ln oVlm-W.     Vislliiu.' Hiclliern uh
cordiully invited.
Elk River Lodge,   1-Vriile.  regular ineelliit's
held rirnt Friday of elit-li moiiili.
Cruiiluook LudKC CiiiuluociU. tegiiliir ir.eel-
lugs lield on llie llili-d Thuisdny of eucli uionlli
•     '        H  L. MiTBEB, Secretary.
®fte jyyxrgpgjctog*
SATURDAY,   XOVKMHHK 22,  11I02
I  LOCAL NEWS. §
Don't, forget'the diinco  at.  Ilic
Band Hall Nov. 2h.
-Rocky Mountain .Chapter
NO. 125. R. A. M.
5' FORT STEELE, B. C.   ,
Regular meetings—2nd Tuesday in
each mouth at eight o'eloek.
Sojourning- Coiiipuuioua are cordially
invited.
H. L. T. GalbraITH Scribe K.
Professional.
Geo   S  MeCuruT. '' J. A   Hji-<-'p\
'   HARVEY & McCAKTEK
Barrister*.   Solirltorii,
.Yu/n (•/«.■»   Public,
,    ('oiiretjiuit'ei'.i ttr.
,      PORT  STRRr.E, B.  C.
' RF.VELSTOKK STATION and CJOLDKN'
_ C OLLECTI ON S_ PROMPTLY      MADE.
The ping-pon^ ontertitinment
at Masonic Hall wus well at tend-,
ed Monday evening.
A number of chess players met
at the Hospital Wednesday evening.
Our people are, enjoying- s?ood
health and are able to eat then'
regular rut ions.
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»',Most all the young poo])!i» attended ,lhe ping-pong ineetings
on Monday and Friday evenings.
From all points in   the district
coinecheering reports of  devel
ppnient   and   the   improved oul-
loolc of the mining industry.
At the Prosbyterian service
Sabbath morning, .Mrs. Russell
will sing •■One Sweetly7Solemn
thought." A cordial invitation
to all".
OT. R. ROSS
Barrister      ,-,     -   '   Solicitor
NOTARY PUBLIC
CONVEYANCER. .
9FoH  Steele,   B.   C
Tout Steki.e DevelopmentSyndicati: Ltd
ISS I.eadenliull Street, London, England
N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.
POST OFFICE BOX 8.      , ,
THOM.AS    McVfTTlE
R.lw.S.  <&  CB.
, '     cFort, Steele'Fi:C. '
J. G.CUMMINGS
CIVIL   ENGINEER
Provincial   Land   Surveyor
FORT  STEELE,   B. C.
SRASStCK   ft   DEMPSEY.
CONTRACTORS
AND
JJU1L1JJ3RS.
Fort,   Steele    B.O
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
„,Ss«. moss.      Hospital
• Ma tkon.
Uiudimle of St. Lukes llosiiluU.
Vuncouver, H. <-'
Tliin Institution has U-en recently
enlarged !>>' a. new win"; which in now
open for reception of patients. For
termd apply i-o
'Miss B. Moss,   or   J. 1<\ Smith, Sei-:
Matron. o Fort Steele, B.('.
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X Stage line leaves Kootenay Hotel for Elko on Monday and ^
X Friday at 8 a m. Leaves Elk Hotel on Tuesday and Satur- ^
X day at s a-'nu #
Kootenay~;°»ndi|,ryp,r,?e
«/ Tobacco  Plains,
Hotel * * BC
JULES HUREL. Proprietor.
(l(H)l)      ACCOMMODATION    'KOK    TUAVKU.INC      .M l-'.N
' A First Glass Home
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i^
r.
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IThe Canadian Bank oi Gommerr>
HBAD OFriCn —TORONTO.
I Mid up Cipii.il is.ddli (inO:  itiM-iw' Fitncl W.Oim.uiMi
,\r, ,■;,.!((•   |!<  sunn l-s Oll'l    >I^I.(I0().(I(M|.
„
I miiliiii Ol liu: (ill I (iinKiul sii loi.  I     (
c Ncm   \ in U ol lii-« :   Mi I \i.li,nve I'lJi-i.-.
And (N Iji  lu-s in 1'.iiimiI.i, lln- I'nlii-il Sl;ili-s .met  Ui illsli ('oliiinln.i
%   Cranbrook Branch.
HUBERT HAINES. Manager.
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V  >    A/   .V V   ^    TV   Ai  s*1    AT
The Steele House
Tort Steele^ B» C.
o
'Centrally  Siluatetl on   KMvcrsicUi Avenue.
CotUliu'ted  on Up-To    Dale Methods:
The Best Bar In Town.»
,•«■-   «_  ■■-
Company will apply next session
for an extension of time for the.
c-ommenceinent'of a railway from
the' Crow's Nest, Branch °U>
Golden. ■ ■ ,-
" In - Souihea.st. Kootenay aside
from the' biic silver lead mines,
Ihe mineral wealth of the Rocky
and Fureell moui'nain ranges is
now attracting the attention of
mining men..
The ' 'success attending the
apple trees at the St. Eugene
Mission has induced the 'Sisters
to plant a .larger area, they have
recently received a number of
young trees which will lie plant-'
ed in'the.spring.*.
A number of sawmills;-shingle
mills and planers will be installed in this district before the
present year is closed.'
Several teams left Steele' Friday with supplies for the logging
camps on the St. Maryjs,river.
• For Christmas'and New Years
goods call at the Fort.Steele de-.
par'tment store. -       -
Business is picking up. "Advertise in Thr Prospector and
pick up your part, of it. ,
FOR FARMERS TO THINK ABOUT
An [niportunt letter from Mr. 11. G.
Wade, ol tlio Dominion Shorthorn
Breeders' Association appears in the
Family Herald and Weekly Star of
Montreal this week-. It reads, a* tol-
lowu: "It has been my privilege to
read (or a number of years from time
to time, the farminy papers not only of
our own country but of the United
States and Great Britain, and I beg- to
sav that the agriuuluiral news in the
Family Herald ,and Weekly Star is
alone Worth many times the subscription price. Your Agricultural tiditor
U a (rood "one and he appears to be
thoroughly versed in all agricultural
matters,"'"signed. II. C Wade; Olttce
Registrar of Live Stock. Toronto. Mr.
Wade accompanied his, letter with a
year's subscription, one dollar. The
Family Herald and Weekly Star is
recoTiiized as the best agricultural
paper in America and as a family paper
it excels in every department.
"AJ7 ^lTA'C 1MB1S A
PKOPl'tlETOR.
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Fort  Steele
Meat Market
H; THIRY. Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.
Monte Carlo Restaurant.
THE MOST
• UP-TO-DATE
PLACE IN FORT STEELE.
WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor
Everything Cooked
"AS   vbu   LIK.E   IT."
Britisli Goiuinbia Pottery Go, IE
■ __,, VICTORIA,  B. C. „
MANUI-'AOTUHRHS   OF
SALT   GLAZED   SEWER'..PIPES.,,
AM.   KINDS  Ol'1
SiMiiliir.v I'MI'in^js, AuTinuiUirMl Drain Tile. Slower Polls,
Tei'i'ii, ('ioltii, Olmnney Pipe iiutl I^Iik' Lining, Chimney Tops,
Piro llric'lcf Kiiv (Vliiy., -All K'inds ol" I'M re Uln.v' Cood's.
Assiivfi's' h'liriincos, olf„ iiiiide. to order.
OrnanicntaT OVsrden HoTdcr Tiles," Vases, Etc.
Coraont,   Plaster nl' Pans,  Lime,  and'AH Kinds, of Ornamonlal
i'J aster Work
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CARLIU   & DURIOK
lM)l't
(iLNl-KAI.    ftlKRCIlANTS
Steele,
I'USt
'Kootenay.
Sole Agents roiiho Q^fltOll Sl)86l  COMPANY!
TfriS y-rKKL iis'.iyiuii'antooci lo be equnl lo Jcssop's" or 'Kirths in all
Hard Wotiic Wouis.
Tho Whol* Story
in 'a ! Jltjr :
"Pla'wvKiUer
(I'Eintr mi is'.)
From e.i|)t    l'\   Imc I'lilicc Siiilicin'N''T
5, .MlillllWll:- -.-i: Ii4i.llK.Iltl> 11-u 1'IKI.V
DlVI-' I'.Ms'-Kll.IKH Uir iMina in thealuit-
11.,',, W,,-„,„<lf,.■■,,,, tt-llm-'x, .ffi't bites. 1 hi-
bttfli-,   •ulnlj-n.   Illl'l    »H    UllllilHHIl    "llicll
bulilll 111 n mil- !>• -I"""     1 '■»"' ii".1"--;1-
tiiti .11 in -.IMIIH lli.-.t l'MN--Ku.i.k.is 1* "«
beat 1 cinrilii I ■ illll (! lU'Ur I I llrtllll."    -
I'si-il   si.K-i-iinll.v  mill   KxteriiuHi.
Tw.i hi/.L-, '-",(•. "ml ", ',:• Iiollle?.
"I
GEARY   Sl  DOYLE.
Llveru, Feed & Sale Stable.
Port Sieele. B.C
Regular   Dail>   Stu£(:   mrria  all
iraius at b'orL Sit-r;lt- Jiuicllon.
SADDLli i  PACK  HOliSKtf
lEA.MINti Ol-  Al.l. KlNHs A SPI ClAl.l N
J.   HICHWARDEN:
PIONEER   BARBER SH01:
Everythiiig Strictly Kirst .Class.
: Next door Lu'ihe. Prospector.
i) ■ 'J , :	
4fe0ook'8 Cotton Boot Compound
Hi   n gucceBflfnlly used monthlr by over
•5T»10,0O0L»dleH. 3»fe,effeotu»l.-L»dl«»»«lt
LLulTTVike no otiTer, M .11 Mlxturen. pill","1
IilUHonB »re d»nKeroti». Frio., No. 1. Jl P«
box- Jf». ». 10deKreeHHtronger,*3per box. MO.
rSi"m;il'.don?e<:elI»tof price ami *woi-«Mil
itampi. Th. Cook Oonip»nr Wlndior. On .
Orilo: 1 »nd 3 noldand reuonimeudtd by all
twpouilble Druggist* m (J»n»d».
Nos. 1 and 2 sold   in   Fort.  Suicle   by
A. W. lUcasdell, I)ni'j,'{,Mst.
3t:' John's Church of England.
Services will be held in the
Church of Sl, John the Divine
every Sunday evening at 7:80 except, on the third Sunday in each
month when the service will be
held at 11 o'clock a.m. by i.he
vicar, the Rev. II. Beecham.
Holy  Communion   will be  administered   at   the  close  of   the
aiir vice.
Strangers are welcome.
IM4KSHYTKRIAN   CHURCH.
' Divine Worship will be hold
in. the Presbyterian1 Church
every .Sabbath' .morning  at   11
o'clock.       ..,.',
Sabbath School every Stinda.y
at half past two o'clock.
■ Choir   practice''every   Tlmi'S
d:ty evening at...7:•!'.'"o'clock.   •
I'-istor:    A7 \'/. MAci)Oi;<iAi;i.
Shaving W. Hair Dressing Parlor
'   •   Ncx-t Hi Oil,•nliil llcilcl   ,
FORT    STEELE,    B1.   C.
■i. .   ,
All   KiiulH  of Huir U'di-k  a  bpecialiy
A. J. GREZ,   - —   Propkietok.
MASONIC   11AL/L.
KOKT  S'l'ICKl-lC   IS. C.
Weekly Rulletin.
Monday  } .0V(illili(^? Pintf-iinii" Club.
Friday    (
WV-diiehduy rt\v.iiin» haiiuliijj: Mc-liiml
tor pu|)ils only. (.'ciiii|>l-U;iiI lady iciu-li-
<>r in atlisnilaiici'.
ThW hull will t"' available for oilier
eniertiiiiiiiicnis Tiii->il:i.\. 'IMiiir.silny and
-iaiurday eveni 1114a.
Apply l(i .1. l.inniKfOAT. Mnna^cr,
l-'orl, Slurb:, li. C
NOTICE:
■ Tak fc N'iitm-i: llnil. rti.'loys iiftiir ilal'? f. M>.
I.,ii„l wlll:i|,|,l.v I.'lln' (•!ii"l<C,"'ii»">sxl<>ii'''i-"f
I.:iii,ls«ii,l Work's fvi- |,(,i-i,i'lsM>'ii in ■|nir'-lms'-
■Ih.- ri.lli.Willi: lii'i'id hlllinlc-lH S..111I1 1-'."M Kiint.--
111..V (lcscrllK-il ,is f,>ll"»-. CcniHiH-iK'l.iii: ' »l- "
posl plitiitccl cm I'"' »;'-st '"llll! '•' Ul(' '0>''l<!ii.«y
ltlvc.-i al. Mm; noitli cisl. c,,iii,-r of I'l-K-r l'""'1 ^
seiil'l locution, m-nr tliii'iiioiilli of CUpltit'Orcdli
nnd mnrl(«(l "M.'i.iiiid's N. W. Corner" I.Ik-iici-
cnsi iMclmliis more or less to (li(i i""1" «'Il""""rl
ol 111..- Koolciiu.y River. Ilicnce s(>iilli liloiiK I'"'
said iniiln cliiuiiM-l HU cIiiiIiih more or less l» lln-
south vii't .of tl,c Islimd i» s'ii'l Itivt-f.
thence west iCi (iliiiins. ili(.-nc« imrlli K0 cliiiius
more or l«ss lo tint: place or i-oiiiiiiciicuicul.
M. LUNU.
Dated ScptctQljcr22nd|lti02. . ■*"
NOTICE.
N'o'i-lc'K. -'I'lic HiiU-li Cduiiiliiil Soiillicill
l£lllUVll.vColiipull.\ »lllil|'lll\ IO Ihe I'Hlllillili III
'ofCHiuiilii «l lis niixt session ror liie |iassln(? or
im acie.Ylciidiiif: lln: tiiiu- fur coiiiiiicin-ciiienl
and eonipliii'ion of I Ik: railway wlilcli was nii-
thori/.cd by tlic Act of i'lii-liaiiieiil of Ir'aii'idi'i,
liL'-CW Vlrloriii.Cliii'iili:i-r>f«. j" construct. aci|iiiri:;
and operate lielweeii :i poinl "" ,ils railway in
lln: nelKlilioi'liood ol l'',,rl Sl.-e.le mid a point ai.
or near Golden on .Hie Canadian I'acille railway
lly Order Of Tin- Hoard.
II. CAMI'IU-:i.l. OKW.AI.n. Sccrelaiy.
.jMonlreiil.  i:tlli Nov.  I'.m-J.   : '■'■
BREAD, CAKE ,
AND'PASTRY.
A Mpi-cially al. ih«'
CITY  BAKERY.
Mrs. A. Neidii*.
Ncxi. Door to Oricnial lloii'l.
ASSAYING
C. F. Nicholson,
I'KTKItHOltOTIOH, H. O.
(LleiMised by l'rovlnciiil (loyernment.)
Gold und silver..   ..' *-.00
Silvur and load     --M
Cold, rtilvcr and Copper. :i.mi
Cold, silver, lead and copper..  -J.I'd
rtainplt'H  lert  will)  Carlin .1  Huric-lr
will rc-c-cive. protnpl. aiU-nt-ion.
AGENTS   WANTED.
P
■THIRTY-NINTH YEAR.
a,... SCIENTIFIC
PRES
24 Pa^cs   :   Weekly   :   llluslratid.
DNDISt ^NSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
$3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
SKNII  KOU HAMI'I.K eoi-v.
WliNlNG--Scientific PRESS
iiO MAEKEI ST., SJ.H PRAHC1EC0, CAL.
Either on Full or Part Time.
Arc yon salislied »'itli 'yoni- incciiuc-y
Is yiinr t.iiiid fully oL-e.iipic-dy If mil.,
wrilc. list. \Vc: can o:iv(.' you (imploy-'
liieni.'by flic iiiom1.1i on o-o0(| lei-nis .or
conl.racti to pay yon well for such business as you caii sc-enre for us nt'odd
limes. \\'c eni|.iloy bol.li male -and
female     i-i-|,|-«-seiilii.l,i\'es. 'l'lle      next
t;liree nioiil.lis is t.ln- very besl l.ime Jo
sell our o'oods. Nci deposit is required:
outfit, is absolutely free. ' We Iniyc l.lie
lai'o-e.si. mirserics in ('a.iiada: oyer Kill I
'acres' i'i l:i!'j4'.t:.!'si!!o'o...01'. :v:i 111:1 lib-. new
specialties, and all'our stock is ouaran-
l.ced as represe.nfcid. If you wanf'lo
rcpi-cse.ui, the laro-csl.i ■'ini.ist, popular
• ind best known nursery,Wrilc us. If
will be worth your while.'
STONE   &   WELLINGTON
"< 'nnada's (ircafe.st Nurseries'-
'rpitON'I'O. (INT.
Sole AnrcN
SOI.R    AfiF.NTS
"reGrOW'SN6Sl) Goal company
Giam Powder GoitiD*.
Mininj;  Supplies  a . Specialty.
A»'onls for Mio    MASSKY    11 A lirtlK » CO..  Limilotl.
Farming   Implements^
'V
| N.HANSON,J
§=E Getieral Merchant AND 2
5E '    ■ l_wictB-«or Dealer. 3
$
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
E^      M:iiuifiiol,urorof nil Kiiuls of Lunilior.        A lnr^u n.ssorl.-     ~»
SZ. nio.nl, of sonsoiu'd Liiinbor jmiiI SliiiisIt'S :vlw:i..ys r3
y on hitiul 2
»~ DIMENSION      LniXIl'.Rl?      A      SIM'ICI AI /PY. _ =3
|      WflSfl, •'•- -B.G.      I
Port . Steele ;;
Brewing    Co.
.-.,- KORT'STEELE, :;B. 'C ,   :, ,';: .: .. .'; =--V^ ■■'.
MANUKACTl J l'{ ISRS- /.:m(
; BEER
SOLD    BY    THE
i    nupywrcus !oii'   KXTfiA   I'vine
<v?sV-.
THE.   BARREL,    KE(i   'OR     BOTTLED
Hotllcci' beer lor (ainily use a specially
OUTSIDIO Ol.tl)'KK.K CI VICN STIifClT fr lJ.ROMI-!T ATTI'INTION
■  .       .     ■ , . • ■  ■        '    ■,.-• .. . .
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED v^StiSX
Mutz & Scott, Prop's.

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