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 tl. f. Anneti-ong  * - ru-uin i u-ltut in nn nn ruum. rurnn >;.  -Ml.VKKAL   I'UOIJUOTIOX   OK  a  tji        I'.AST KOOTKNWY   DIVISION  ?\ IN    I'.mii      $2,850,281) ��  C1 ' ,'.'5  5; MlNIOKAl. I'HODUC'TION OK V  21 UUITJSH COLUMHIA IN IH01 ��  di $20,713,501 j2  ��� 5<' _ _ _ 5  ^^ #iHn>uvTlrihjinInIfW  Vo7. S.  FOJiT &TBBLB, B.  C,  SA.TUJVDAY  OCTOBBR IS, 7GO!2.  No -42.  i  ,New Advertisements Touay.  Notli'f-S   K   I'uiupi'llv ��� I'ni.'i' -!  Personal.  , N. A.   Wallihgor,   Fish   Lake,  was in lown Friday.  4  Thomas'  Fenwick     fame  I'l-om the ranch h'rhhiy.  ii))  ��� Hamster'.!. 'A. Harvey visled  I'Vrnie, Friday, on legal busi-  ness.  Provincial      lax - salt  place Thursday Oct. 2'A.  Al  Friday.  lakes  )o\'|e   visited ' Cranbrook  M.   A.    Realo,   Moyie,    was  town Monday.  in  li.   Little   fame   down  ===T^PfM'ry^'rT'"ek' Wednesday.  I roin  district. Warduer is located at  a point on the Kootenay river  convenient lo the railway, and  what will be the largest sawmill  in the Kootenay is now under  construction. The lumbering  industry of Southeast Kootonay  will give, an added impetus 1o-  wards development and tend lo  give the disl rid greater importance.  ?!  '  V.   Bannister  came   up  Lilth; Hull river Friday.  Nelson Hughes came up   from  Fish Lake ranch Friday. *��  from  from  was  nlie  Gus Theis came   down  Perry creek Tuesday.  Mr. French, Wolf  creek,  -in town Tuesday.    ,  Mining' Notes.  ,Angus Macleod is working a  mineral claim near town that  gives promise of something  good.  .Some mineral discoveries of  more than ordinary importance  have recently been made on  Skookum-Ohiick. ,  c Coiisidei��� abIo._..work���Avill���bo  done on Luke creek mining properties this,winter. .  Lead Refinery at Nelson.  <������ If is reported that the erection  op a. large lead relinery has'boen  decided on by the C. P. li.', Iind if  is understood that Nelson is Ihe  site selected.  Fj. J. Can ii came  ranch Tuesday.  up  I mill  II. W. Barnes,' Fernie,   wjas   in  lown Monday.  Barrister W., W., Ross. Fernie.  wa's-at Sleele Thursday.  .). W. Arnold,  Cranbrook, was  at the Imperial Thursday. ���      , -  li. (.). .Jennings returned Jrom  Kimberlev Thursday.  Messrs. Harvey and Waft will  build a. sidewalk on Riverside,  and fiovernment. avenues..  (Joverninonf 'Agent Armstrong  visited Jall'ray and Fernie during the past week.  Mrs. A. 0. Nelson. Miss Watson and 10. Bray .visited 'Cranbrook Tuesday.  CANADA'S SHARE IN THE FAIR  Dr. Corsan. Fernie, was visiting friends at-Forf Steele Thursday.  S E. Pumpelly and 0. P.ou-  lungor, Luke creek, were in  lown Monday.  If! Dow I ing, F. II. Roberts  and F. E. Jlaines, Cranbrook.  were visitors at  Sleele   Sunday  lilht.  ,1. D. Tligginbotlom, Lelh-  bridge. and R.e A. Beaffie. Cranbrook, were, visitors at, Steele  Friday.''  John Sherwood, who has been  working on the Badger and lied  Mountain mineral-'claims, was  down from Ferry creek Tuesday  Miss E. Bennett. Miss .).  Woods, Mr. G. Small. M. Durick  and .John Smith. Marysville, attended the. dance .a.t Sleele,  Thursday evening.  To get, acquainted with Southeast Kootenay you should subscribe I'or tiik Pkospkctou.  Lumbering Industry.  Thereis a marked activity in  the lumber industry of Southeast  Kootenay. Timber lands along  the Kootenay and I ri bul ary  slf'-atiisat'e ,be,ing taken up very  rapidly, suid'thc lumber trade is  in good condition.,' Y  The.Crow's.'Nest Pass Lumber  Conipany .with a capital stock, of  ��100,0(10 has been organized, and  are now engaged in the erection  of a. large sawmill at Wardner,  when completed will cost !js(i0,00(i  and will be one of the best  : equipped mills in I he Kootenay.  Wurdner a Iiiinilxii'iiiK: Town.-  This town   of   Warduer   which  has   declined   since   the.   days of  the construction;, of   the   Crow's  Nesf'ra.ilwa  Will   Bo Represented In nil   Impor-  '      tant Departments.  World's Fair, St. Louis! Oct.  IS."���President Francis has assigned to Canada a commanding  site I'or its building al the  World's Fair. If will' be,.near  the Administration Building and  near one of the mam entrances.  Mr. William Hutchinson, the Canadian Commissioner accompanied by W. M. Hay. chief ^decorator aiid .superintendent ��� of iii-  sfallation. has been here lo receive 1 lie'nlornieni,. The Doiniu-  'ioii'wiir not only have a special  pavilion of its own. biit;will also  be represented in' ihe principal  departments. The exhibits from  fhafoounfry will.be representative of agriculture, horticulture,  mines aiid mineral, forestry, live  stock- and manufactures. Canada's pavilion will be,a renderous  for Canadian visitors, -and will  bo tastefully decorated with trophies made up of fruit, cereals,  and grasses. While in ihe city  Commissioner Hutchinson, conferred with President Francis  and other ofticials of the Exposition. He will now make estimates of the space, required in  the exhibit buildings. The commissioner lias available i'or his  purposes about ��li."i.00(i. and he  has also the machinery of an established and permanent exposition bureau which forms'a part  of the department of agriculture.  ���;��� nmmn wwTTYwrnmTTmmwTmmrPj;  I In Tunnel and SCope, 1  '���:-kiikikUkkikkiiilkLikhUiiUUUikULiikUiiHik''r  TKlKIl-l'OOKMAX   flliOI'l'.  Among the mines of Southeasl  Kootenay which are rapidly coming io .the front, isjhe.Tiger-  Poorniau group, sit railed on the  divide bet ween Sheep and Wild  Horse creeks. John I?. Larson  is the owner, a, small force is employed in development work'.  llorcilKKTY   MIXKKAI.' Ul.AI.M.  '-During the past six years.  Ooorge Doii.yherly has been  work'ing alone on the Dougherty  mineral claim, which is situated  on,Ihe west side 'of'Wild Horse  creek, about four' niiles from  Forf'Steele. His worlc in lunnels  .and���opoijiuJHifs^wi J)--aggregate,  nearly live hundred feel. He  has developed a large strong  load'of gold quartz, which has a  width of about'Kventy foot, and  carries gold values from &) to  $:J0 to the ton.  CO   OX   WITH   DKVKI.Ol'MKXT.  , Active mining operations have  ., i   u  * l  been carried on at., many .poinls  in Southeasl. Kootonay during  t.he.currenf year,' and so far as  development has gone' on the'  different properties the results  are most .satisfactory. From  now cm there will be increased  interest, in mining development.  The owners of properties , will  take" advantage of, the '. fall  weather and go on with work.  On many claims work will be  continued all winler, aud the  natural result must be increased  activity next, season,  w 11 ai' f roiis is enf. u k }  Wild lloi'se creek has -long  been celebrated I'or, its placer  gold mines,' which is supposed  to be derived from the many,  quartz veins which abound'on  the main crook and its tributaries. The constant 'working on  the placer uiinhs. and the development of the quartz veins will  keep up tho mineral reputation  of the historic ,old creek I'or  many years lo Gome.  boat Padilla. meet.-, the Columbian gunboat Roseola there will  be a hot lime bet ween ���( Jerman  and American sailors.  Premier Balfour declares lhat  there shall be a reform in antiquated systems of education.       t  Kin�� Edward attended the  Newmarket races Tuesday. It  was his first appearance on' a  race course since Derby week.  The King will remain at his racing headquarters until Friday.  The (J ran by  smelter ,is  sending on' rush orders to  mines far more ore.  Republic  No Boer Hurrah.  The government is  discouraging the Boer reception committee  and   will   not    permit   elaborate  ��� rl,t...i-.>t.'. I  .... i ',/,,,...-'. n���I -?f-* ����1 t ., .jCltli/V  U'-UI' '11. -J I 1 U I IL/IIC -I ii��� i_/*^i   I I fl. t^l I \.~  u  Boer generals,will not tarry, being called lo London. ��  GREAT   COAL, STRIKE   SETTLED.  East Kootonay Stock.  Asked.      bid.  t 'row'h N'esl Coal       * WO.  .Norlh St,ar :. . .                I!H  IS  ���Siilliviiii.                               ���">}  -1  Si.  Kii^vii.'                   "ill  111  Silver-load Quotations.  NVw York. (Vl. 17-  liar Silver   50 J  Mexican dollar?- ...  -10*  bead                   ...      ,  ���1.12}  (Jopjll'l"   11.7(1  London.   (Jcl.    IT.    Silwr.   2.1  'i liul:  enjipi-i; xr>2 2* lid:   lend.  Clo l.-!s !li  1.  y, bids   fa.ii'   lb   have  ami 'become the center  of the lumbering iudustry of the  a revival  Market Conditions. ''  Copper-'has   advanced   in   the  London' market.  i    Lead    was    steady     and     un-  cha.nged a.t New York.  , The   tendency  .of.   the   slock'  market,' is down ward.  Work Two Furmious.  Owing to the low wa.ler in the  Kettle River tlie (',raiiby.smeller  lia.sopera.ted but one. furnace.  Saturday last, howoveiv.an ;ul-  ditioiia.l furita.c.e' was blown ��� in  a.ii'a.in   making two now .running.  Items of Interest,  linssia   and   Turkey    have   3  private understanding regarding-  tho Dardanelles.  The freight steamer 0. P>.  Lock wood, foundered in a. storm  off Ashtabula, Tuesday night.  .Eight thousand tons of ore  was shipped from the Rossland  camp last week-.  Whaloback barge 129 was sunk  by collision with her steamer,  the Manna lo. in a. gale on Lake  Superior Monday.  Turkey will keep up the .farce  of protending lhat she can prevent Bussian war vessels from  entering Turkish waters.  Lord Kitchener. lwho is sum'!,-  ing for India, was given a. luncheon by the King Atoiiday.  .1. P. Moi'iiiin is now charged  wiih endeavoring 1o grab part  of London.  President Mitchel refuses lo  talk on the proposition of the  co.il o|ierators I'or arbifra.f,:ion.'  It is believed that be is opposed  to, their offer. . ���        ,  Tlie Canadian, iiivuiigr'afiqu department, will not. allow .paupers.  to-land itrOanada. '   .  ��� Sir."Idh'n Ho'urinol, Clerk of the  I louse of Commons, died at his  residence, in Ottawa.. . Sumilay  night. .'������������ '      ,     '  Sir Miehael-Herbert.''.the. . nevv'  British A iiibiu'ssador to WiisIl-  ington wasJ presented to the  president Monday. Iiy Secretary  Hay.     '      .. ...  President Roosevelt Appoints' Arbitration Committee.  Washington. Oct. i(',._The  great, anthracite coal strike is  settled. A commission of six  persons, with a seventh, Mr.  Carroll D. Wright as recorder,  will' adjust, the., differences between operators and miners.  President Mitchell. of the  miner's union, will urge the immediate resumption of mining,  and operations tire oxpo'elod lo  begin next week.  After a conference with Mr.  Mitchell, and some conferences  willi _representatives of the coal  operators, tiie president has. ap-  poiniod thr; following���as>. mein-  bers of tlieo commission to inquire info, consider' and pass  upon- all ��� questions at, 'issue'between operators and miners in  Hie anthracite coal Holds: Brig-  ydier-gonoral .John M. Wilson,  lale chief of engineers. U.S.A.  K. W. Parker, as an export mining engineer. Hon. George  Cray, as a judge of ihe United  States court. E. K Clark',  grand chief of railway conductors as cu socialogisf. Thomas  II. Watkins, as a man acquainted  with mining and selling of coal.  The president has added Bishop  John L. Spaulding of Illinois lo  the commission, and Hon. Carrol  Wright has been appointed recorder of the commission. The  strike is set tied. Secretary Root  announced ' that a common  ground of agreement has been  reached.  q-jTnj^nfu^nruTiTnruTii^^  | Late Telegraphic News J  tfihjuijuafilmixuuuiInjT^  SpiM-lill tn TlIK l'HMsPIXIiill  I,-  IXVI'I'F.R     FOUMEU      (Jt'lCKX       TO  .ma num.  Paris. Oct. IS.���According to  current report the young King  of Spain is desirous of having  his paternal grand-.not her. the  former Queen Isabella II.. return to Madrid and spend her declining years in ihe Spanish  capital. It i.s doubtful if ihe invitation will be accepted as the  former Queen, despite her age���  she will bo ~?> tomorrow���is  known to lie extremely fond of  Paris and its gayeties.  (.'AXAniAN-SOl'Tll   AI-'KICAX   sick-  .iditious regarded asmbst  an--'-. ��� Mpjwvs. Roberts, OleiMi. Walsh  and Hie or.  creased  Slliptlli'lll  lo   about   7;"  were  (i   |i  in -  aiid  Ihe converters are in operation.  The Interstate.- Kair'a.l.Kpukano  proved ���-i. great'success.  When,   the   revolutionise   gun-  Total Eclipse of Moon.  The total eclipse of the moon  which toolc place on Thursday  awakened considerable interest  in Fort Sleele. as it was fully  visible from here and the night  was perfectly clear.  The moon commenced to enter  the Mlmdow tit about Hhl."> p.m.  and the total eclipse commenced  about UtC" p.m. and lasted until  11 :-!.">. 'J1 he moon emersred from  the shadow al 1^:1."> a.m.  iCc.lipses of ihe moon are  caused by ihe moon passing  through the earth's shadow. An  eclipse can only occur at full  moon, as it is only then that the  ���earth is between sun aiid moon.  The 'effect- of. the atmospheric,  refraction is to bend the rays inwards t,h6 axis of the cone of the  earth's shadow. Accordingly,  the moon never en tors, that pari  of it which .is completely 'dark;  thus she never becomes.invisible  in eclipse. The, sun's penumbra,  also helps' to, prevent complete  darkness.  Observations of the comet.-'ilo  not show any material change,  but   it  a.ppears   a.,], limes to be a,  little brighter,  rca.c.bed a phn  most d ue west.  If   h  now  place   tu  the  si<y  al-  Monfreal, Que., Oct.   IS.���The  hew inonflily sleamshi])   service  between     Canada     and     South  Africa lobe   maintained ���. by  the  Allan, Elder-Dempster and Eur-  ness'lines was inaugurated today  with the sailing   from   this  port  of t'lie'Allaii line' steamship  On-  farian.    Tho Ontariah  carries  a  full cargo and the promoters  of  '   i ���  the project, express conlidence in  the financial success of the venture. The new service will come  into competition with 'the American lines as the combination has  decided lo carry merchandise  from Montreal lo Cape Town at  a rate f> per com. lower than  that now existing from New  York.  PAIR  OPKXfi   AT   SAX   AXTOXIO.  ' San Antonio, Texas. Oct.. IS.���  The fourth International Fair  was opened hero, today, undei  co  spici'pu.s., .The exhibits'and ,at;  fractions eclipse anything of the  kind heretofore soon in' the far  Southwest and the prospects are  bright I'or a big attendance.  IN   HONOR  OP   I.ATK' KM I'KliOlt.  Berlin. Oct. IS���The birthday  anniversary of tho late Emiicror  Frederick was quietly celebrated  in Pioi'lin today. In the morning  Rmiicror William placed a  ���wreath on the sarcophagus ,at  Potsdam. The wreath ,had attached to it a'white satin ribbon  with the initials of the Emperor  and Empress in gold. During  the day delegations from tho  different .regiments placed  wreaths on the saroophasrus.  The city of Potsdam sent- a  laurel crown.  KCriT.RV   DAY   AT   DALLAS.  Dallas. Texas, Oct. IS.���The  visil of Admiral Schley to Dallas  was made the occasion today for  a great demonstration in his  honor. Public buildings and  business houses were elaborately  decorated and the city was  thronged with visitors from far  and near". A feature of the entertainment was a gathering  of school children, every school,  public and private, taking part.  The Admiral's visit is to ex'tend  over a period of ihree days.  Monday there will be a military  parade, a public reception and  the presentation of a leslimonial  followed in the evening by a  b.aiif.j'uot,  l,A I'KlKll   COiMli\'��L.llO.\iK.  London.. Oct. 17. -Among the  passengers of note who have  .booked passage on the outgoing  steamers sailing tomorrow are  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Canadian premier, and Lady Laurier  Sir Wilfrid came over to represent the ��� DominionY ���'at. King  Ed ward's coronal ion, in company  with a party, of noted Canadians.'.  During (heir stay lie.,and Lady  Laurier have been.the guests of  tlie Earl, of Abderdoen and other  ness, however, has not .been  neglected for pleasure and it is  believed that Sir Wilfrid, by his  diplomatic iact and personal  popularity, has accomplished  much in promoting the interests  of the Dominion not only in the  mother country but also in  I'Yanco. where the Canadian  premier conducted successful  negotiations with M. Delcasse.  the Krenoh'Foreign Minister, on  the subjeM of a Franco-Canadian  commercial .treaty.  XKW   ('AXAl)IAX    KAII.KOAD.  Toronto,  Out.,   Oct.   17,���The  o  Tilsonburg, Lake Erie ��t  Pacific.  is now completed from Port J'Jnr-  well lo lngersoll,   and   connects  with   the.   Wabash,   the   Grand  Trunk-,    Iho .Michigan   Central  ii(id-thTrCfi'fif('dia'ir"Pacificvss='Tnis^=  road has a charter for an   extension   to   Collingw'ood   and    terminus arrangements are now being made.     This  new   line  will  prove most advantageous "to  an  extensive  and   rich    district- of  Ontario, and will furnish  cheap  coal' to  all   the   'region   that   it  roaches.  WEAVER CREEK PLACERS.  An Outfit from Fort Steele Will Op-  ���   erate Placer Mines. '  Tut; Puosi'KGTOK has frequently mentioned- the Weaver  creek district, and the wonderful possibilities of, that section.  So far as exploration ' has gone  there ; appears to be a large  galena and copper belt running  through the country. It also  has large areas of rich placer  ground which will receive attention this winter.  and-Kidd left For!/ Steele Tuesday last, with a large amount of  .supplies for ��� ��� Weaver creek,  where they will engage in placer  mining during the winler. The  gravel has a depth of''Sd to 100  foot, and operations will consist  of tunneling.and drifting on bedrock.  A considerable amount of  placer gold has been taken from  Weaver Creole during past years  by Mr. Thos Roberts and his  associates.  le.rsons of highest   station   both  in England and Scotland.    IJusi-  Fernie   Items.  I.'imi) tin- Kiw Civ-....  Mott. ��� Son ^- Co. have the  foundation laid and the framework started for a new saw mill  which they expiect to have in  running order before the end of  the year. They are crowded  with orders, and are running  day and night io fill them.  The miners employed in No, 1  mine during September averaged  stf. IS :-J .") per day. We venture  lo say that there i.s not a mining  company in Canada paying as  high wages as the above. Tho  miners should consider this  when discussing the change of  system at their mooting tonight.  The statement of Oeneral Manager Tonkin thai he is willing to  enter a two-years' agreement  with the men in regard to a wage  scale, and lhat he has purchased  Jot) cars to be added to the present '.supply, , should do a good  deal toward showing the men  thai Mr. Tonkins is acting in.  good faith with, them.  Democracy on  Trial..  Autocracy in France- used its  powers so that people starved.  The French Revolution was  a  suffering nations radical cure for ;  tlie disease of hunger.  Democracy      in     the    United  States is using its power so that '  people may freeze.  Time alone can disclose! the  remedy ������ which an infuriated  popula.co will proscribe, for the  chills of winter without coal.  ...j !
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.'■;.;■',? Y ' ?, . ,;ANiilM'VWiiAl!'ICl.?ri'Y  7
,, ('I')'."'Ciniilin.'iii'IN|Y nl •.i?|iosi'lii,.inp,. thi./siiuili
Hi-si, i-'oi'iiriy .'iil.iai'oiit, ,10. Auuiinv • 1 IVm.Ui'I l's
niH'tji'.'1v'iV:i t'dl'iirr'ilii.iu'i' i.'ilsl oliilily oliiiliis,'
ilii'iiru norlh riiilily cliii.lns.. tlii'int'i* w'Cs't.l'.lKhl.v
ilmiiis.. Ihi'iu'i,- sou I It .ri^luy I'll 111 ns to 1110 pi inn.'
oti^ijiiiiiliit,'', i.-.-,iil,'ilii,!iHi six luiiiili'i'ii Hint, forty
Ul'IV.s.-'.    ,' .'■'■.- ?.  ■  Y       ? .-,  - '■.' '■ '.      "?!
'. Y- .'.■;.!■",.,      |.!llWAKI)V(,'iiy I'll.!., tm'iiti'i'.!;,
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ivt)    i.-oiiinii'iiniiHr ;ii',!i  |ii)',>ti;1>i;liH,'  lluisouili
isisi,  I'liriit'v.1'■'Hiljiii'i'iii.   10   jViiiiii-w   IliifUi.iti's
norlli syiwt I'lli'iiiT'llrt'iu;.. n'orlli .oliiluy  I'lm'i n.
UR'iH'i' wi'sl,;-ii;||-i.y'i'.l'<iiiiw,..llii.iui'(l sou 1I1 ,oli.'Jily'.
.-luilns, Ihi'iu'i.- '■■■'n'-it ■fiitlii'.v olui.ils Ho .1 Id' iiliu-Y
,1. K. Ueildy's eliiini. llK-'iu-n soutli civilly eliiiins
tlii'iicc wcst.ijlKljty cluilu.v. t,ln.-ii''C-, north ..liihty
rhiiiiis.tlKMioi'cast oi|,'lity eliiiins lo ih.;- iihii-e
of lic^liniinY', foiitnliiiiiK Hill iio'ri'.s,
KK'KO ItAnnWIiV, f^oeiilor.
!'■.;'.!''•   ■" A. Iliu'kui't, A't'i'i'il....
7 S.    Coiiiiiieiieiii,,':ii   a   post' !)oiii<r  i\\i\ iioi'tli
west e.oriierliiljiieoiu. i,o tint souiii  eas|  eurni'i'
of .1    I-'.Ki-ihly's  eliiini.    Ili'enei;. oitsl" >'ls,'hiy
i-liiiins, thiMiee siiul'li eightyy,li:iiiis,i;i.ii;iiei: west
"i-iUl't.V ehuiiiS.   Iheiiee,, north  I'jkhiy I'luiins In
lliivplaeiyof l.i('Kiiiiiin>r','e(,iiil:ilnlu!,' It Id aeros, Y
. !'•''. '■ llllllll Mi)«lMI{|.:, I.oeiiliir. '.'■■'
':-:'"'    .'" ,    .! !? (1   ,„ A- llai'Ueti..,,A)!enl.
' 'P.. ('oiuNii'iirln*j.- ut, 11 posl '.lii'iiiif; tin- ,-,outh
west ei'i'r'iii'r iuljaeeiil,'lo tlio south eiisl ejn':uiM'
of ,1. '1'Y Keihly's ,(;liiliii. tiieiii'ij north tilijhly,
eliViins. llfi'net''eiTsi|,,ul|.!h'ty,rliiili'is, Ihenei.' soutli
eighty, eliulus.'llieiieu W(>.SI ei>;lil.V eh 111 us hi 1 In;
|jiiiei.',ot;l)f-gl[iuliii'. (tiii'iirflniiiu (lli'i'iieri.'S.,? ,, ,'•.
".,'.,. ,'; ■ ■ ■' ; '»'. A. ilA<';KI;:'l"l', 'l.ncH.iiiiv;:;. ,'i
',''  !', '?'.!'.7";;??;!?; :'■;A.-|laei;i-u.,'A(;|.hn   '7,
l! I'.'oiniuenclnn al,,iiY|ios:?.ncln(f ihe soiuh,
e,isl eoiui'.r,: iihiuitjl ii'l'liiy two hiihvi ••Sniiili
ensl' (If .Ihe lown Iif MViri'lKsiiy iinil (il'miii six
miles eiisl Of ihe ensl hiiuiiiluryliiie <(!Iliel,!nii-
,i.ll,iii I 'iu'i (1c Ka 1! w»iy ..:jjriiiiU': lining tho I ill tin |
post -of l(o,|ii-r|/ |{iissel|'s nhilui, iln!-iiee,;wesi
elvlily elnilu lo n point. luljiieenl,.' lo- Ihe souiii
I'liSI. eorniT or ,,W!,,.'A. .Il'111'ltell's.ehilni. iiieii'ee,
north y I;: lily i'hii|iis; llieueiveii'sl el^ lily ,elm I lis.
Ihenei! .soutli u,(k1i'I,v ehaiiis lo'lhe plaee lit In
Li;iiinlh^,.eonliiluliiK'ill*'ueres?     ■ '. ■ „,■'.'
Y'Y'■"., liOHKK'P KltSSI.lJ.i;; npi'liior, ?
"?""!, 'i>; ■■ '■■■'■'■   ! Y '.■!, ■.'-';■ .\;,!l ln.-lii-i 1. >\iiont,.
■ ■'".■'■'. ■■'■i.;i'l:-,t'iN"S-,.l''l'',.l',|iN'KSK';,.l.,iii,.iitor.""'
, .   /..■■ Aiiili'i;u-..Uneiieti,'Afien'l,..'..,.'.
' I'ointiloiieiii!; al, ,ii; V"'si lioiul:: ihi^iiYnh
i'IKim"? ■!tvlji'ii,..'.'iii-. io.... Aiutrew   IliioUett's
i.'uriie.i-, thi'lie.i-  )ye.sl  i'iKhiy'?e)i:uiis
! ,'at:the„conclusion t-li.a-t.asidi^fMm
' -'-.''.'niiniiig,';,,'yi'e'.l.uinb'e'i'i'ti')?..;a-'tu
■'YcultiiraL resources of! tlie ?Koote!-.
7.', hay valley are iiivpbrtan't! factors
0in;;!theiui^
YyYY...:>..-y'-:-.y:y'::y'-'' f...y-*y?*::. -yy-    ,?7'? ,?-:?,..!',.r^tuv,toha(fi>a<V£;:.;a\inb-|^
?!! Y Sh'YThoma.S !Lipto^
'-YChallenged i:forY!the^^^
!Y!;the:^rld: which: both^bhe^i-R'ahd:!^^
-:'■?..? :, ■.,. ;■,,-' '■::..,?...o-' ".   :Y?    .7?:,:■, '..- Y ,.;,.'.•.. ■ f alr(i::,exfoi.i(leu lite tujie foJ-Tn,^ ix'tU-a^.p^:
Y7piebriatesv::?This?4m
!'!is!'the,igrealest thing iirthe^ot'M j^i90
Y-<:today!!    Weallth..', canivot buy !'!ib;;
' 1,,Sk i 11 m -tlieYfactor,(Y „ It.'. i''*:?:t;he!
■ ^brains -'..of'H-A niericaYagaiii,sV7!fhe,
■Y'world/!?-!;?,-Y--:y?;■?!;?,;??:"?';   7:??f ,;;?";
,y"!..?Otie!pf..!t.heYgi.:eatest?'! needs- of
Y !.the local iii ail: service, 'is! that,?it
?!f"should aiM'iyCiTon ■ fiii.eY'7' D1!!''^
?,,tlie. 'pastYye'iii',! 1.he7!\ves't,b6i!iucl
i'Ytrahroyer -.the? Ci:ow's?7Nest;Ydi,he
Yi li as ? bir'eii %\ a to ■..'■' Ir o]it!?tAvtiY!l!P.7six;
# hqiirs.every- diiy!;;;withrillly'!lhree
!'.'7pi?;fpiir;;e'xcept.ioiiiSY!7;!?7;-!7!r.jp^
^?,?..Y7,?Y!'.!'YY'!'-!Y'Y' ,:.Y*yY.'. Y»y!.'"■'?'; .-.'y,-'?;:.,-:
!viti A.lYiSY|iovid Ie! bba,^t?:tpY:'sa,y:!;;thait:
'YfliO'vprps1 poets ?. fbi'Y;!l<'drt;'?St;ecle'
Ywere ?never';inore
alitering.
*."!- *'?''.*Y? ' "' Y ":'!?
Ywlio    -sl
IvoiifOnay
! w i I
Willi'
' m
Y-Y'Dhe ? nia.il:
'.',,., Soil thOn-sl.!?!!?
Y strie|;|yvin il..?-?? ! \'Y■■;■■< ;.*,$. Y- y.-Y
'■:,'.'• i-i'i Y'Y     '.'.',;.'"■. ■::•'.'■;..,,-?:;    '*'-.'    ' '.'!, .•> «'• -'?■!■.
!'!!.!7M.1liO^?soil!7!p1'v,,:fho! ' Ivpofeuay5
YvaJloyY'is ' c;i.].ia.ble .'bf'produoi'ug
.grain, vegetables, and/'Truits ■' of
Yalihost overy^variety, large''"ahd,
;! small.'■'•",.,,.'Wlien:; tho jiepple'"f nl ly,
,,rea,liKe. fha.t there^'are ;othei:
-'sources' o t,wealth - than y the,, pro-
: duction- of the precious aiid.?use-
• ful ,iniiiei;als;,; tnoi;e people will
, engage iii agricultnra!! pursuits.
YT:HE7l-^ri^iifK<TOKACi:-o ,;Co:,''.l!jT.i:V.';:.'-.
■ !;!'■",!■'■;.!.!■ ;:.yYNP;T1ce.71!: .,?'. .■•• YYY7...
'Y'l'A'KW'.X^'ricK t!ia^ft*!S;yys lil'tei^ilnte?'!' th-'
l.l'iiit ?tiY?iypiy "t<5; tUY (?!il(.tC9ii)iiii^ii>:i^i; of
t.ii'iuls-iinil; Work's for'•"p.ti.riuis-'iiOH? to pureliasi?
■'(.bo foll'.iViiiir liitivls.tr! Soiitli'?Kas:YKbotWiuy.
d'ftmmnncii.iBJi.t the North?\\'ivst iingli^'of,3oyi(.''M
l?.rGY''inptioii!,th,i*neO-,east,aloiit.- tliij.tiort.lflimit',
of saitVpro-einptioii.Si^chirins; thfjic-e 'north .^0
ehaiiis. thi.'HriY'.AyjJst to' thf..SSt,;',iiliiryrS.^'.vVf-''
uroH'c'fr'f'oUo\yins-:'iliO;';-.Si.' M.-u.-y-siiiyerYrilhe
place ftf;bes;iiiiiiiis-;Y:: ; 7 7Y. 7 '■"". ^7:'Y?,!'
::, natfeiUttii^l^tli <lay!of .Oe,!(iher?:A;l); iwe, ?vY;!.
.'Y.-'A-i-,-iY:iv-'. Y': . Y.:!?ys.'k. PUJiPKrif-Yi,??.'
Yi      Prptecfioii,   has?been!   argued
, Yas.the;only remedy of the  exist-
Y Y hig coiidifioii oiMhe' lead   market
;.; Yin;'fhe Kpoteneys. ',   .  !?     ' 'l? 7?
>Y: A niiiiiber of people have been
- :Notice to..Delitiquejit; ?Co:-0wners? i
? I'o.u?. l:U,rJanil.<yi-lyorlo!'ah
'soiis'ydxwiiom^
:,liaVi;lni*iys'f(!ri'«i,ih;eii',;<jir his , inieiwst'-iii Iho
MOKii.ntiui'Ai.iiv-m^
N^ii-tii lira'iinh of Jiiy \SiYMii'i-y-rf Iiiyf;r iiYtlic
l''prl Stbults'Muti 11}^.T>IviSsoti'y>frEiist?'vOotcliii!y;
r.iiil roeonh'.ii iii-ihiyorili'u pr:Lfhii.Miil.iiig.;J\C-.eor---
iijM- ni Vo'ri; st'ociii!.":7,.'...'."''',"•.'''."; 7..?! 'Y% 7?'.-', yy
You a'nii c.ieli"of,'yo.ii are heriiViyiiotilied that1
I Iiaye l^vpi'naeU.^OU.IKi iii 'as^oNshiont \voi.'!ji/!oiV
,lhe"s.ilipvo iiK'iiti.oneil.iiiiiiiiral c^isitliiK-V'siii<-0 th'o,
IIrsi ihiy.jol'.; Kolvniary. l.sSiS.'iiiKler. tIii; ''ii.rpyIs'-;
ions ol. Ihe :mi no-al Act, ami if \yiihiii iii) days;
from ihe ilaie. of lli.is uotieeyou fhil.ori'ofiiso
.10 coin rilnitoiyou r 'portfoil of sueh oxpRiHlilnri.'
loKeilier"\viiliall eosls <if ii,lyei-iisiii|.'?ybi;r iinil
i-aeli of your interests iii said claims wilii I1O7;
eoini,'."ihe. proporly of iluMimlorsiynoil lindur
soelion -I of an Ael enlilleii ",Aii Aci'lo AnuMU.I
the Mineral Aet?lWii!i.',--       '. ? ,   ..',,..■
iy".-'':- 'Y y 7,j ,A. .iAcicso;x;.    .y
i llaied at Ifori Sleele Ihis KHh iliiy.of.Seplom-
ii..M-.!i'.iivj|. „ -"      '".'' ?: ': ■ ;■' Y ■'?•'.'?... ?■!■''. ..as;'!.,.;''.!.
^t l,,.!.iii.)ilii;,7:'i.-i/iiiaii',ii,i,i;,sjY huiidivil ninl (i.i'i v-      \':   rouiyieiielnii 7 al'ii.post 1 > t • 111 j.   nuvniiilh
i'iisI epi'Her'iii.ljiieenl lo „IIm,;''lsiiji'IIi eiisl, eniuer,
of Kolieil Kiissi'll's i-hiiin, llieneo?'iweh! eililily
eiiiiiijs! I henee souMi cii;hl,\.eliuiiiN,,t.liencei|.asll
.eili'lity i'.luiins, Iheiiee, iiiirth'elMlily eluiliisio'
the plaee iif lieu'iiiiiliiK,:eouiiiiuliiK ilih iii'i't's. !■:'■•
:!:'?-,:,'!?:.? ■?■!;...; I'l-'I'-.i'Ull^l.ll'^.iielflihvY.Y'
'Yi?:.. ■! .:•,'.,.;. .7 Y; "Y Y?:''-! A.' 1 ini;l;i!I!YYvKriit.;:
:'" W. , ('oniineneliii! "(ii a'pissl . Pel tig". I Iiii', liorl ii'
.vye.sl,{;i,i,rner ttdjueeiii to. lip? spullreiisl ciirneivof
Kdlnji'1 ltii.Msiil.rVi .eliiiin? (lic'iicii; eii.st ;■ eljflilji'
ehal^ii-i??lheni'e7soulhYei(;lilyY(.|,,1||'jx, *|lii.net;;
■:\viVsi,;'e'l!{li'l..v eliiiin^, iluineiynoi'i he i^ lily i.'lii'i ills
alv-11 u.e j^^,1 TCt rr?TV 1 lleyl Mtil Tp^eTuiiuii'friT^?>l-ii)'ai.ri.'sv
!Y:;/?!7;Y??YY,|0||N,.A!N'|,)|.:i{SONY.I.i)i'a
:'.'!'!, 7.:..?' "7 Y '!;,.; Y!!,?% 7Y\,iiiiei;eij?;A^i.ii(.!Y7
.- X/Ypoinnienc.liiKiit'ii ..post:.,.heiu(;.,j:heY<iVuill
west eoi'iier iitljtieenf to thii. south east eprncr
of Uolieri. Kussitirs^liiiiii.'iiieneiYlioi'flr eighiy
ehains; I henee eii.st. 1, iKlily.eliiiins; thenee siiu III
eis;)iiy ehains, tliei'ice:west eighty.ehaiiis,io„the.
jilaei' iif,l'i'i;iuiiiiig. i'diiiiiihiiigiUllaei-es? Y<\Y? 7
:Y';!,.'' ■!"; Yy .lAMKS AJn; l)Ki;s!i)N, l.oeMl!or?YY
.Y?'c ?.!!'!:!'?::;.:!?:Y77'■'■;].Y?!;77A7!.liil'l(iiU^,AKi'Mi!:Y?
7 V;;! (.'(uiiuieiiein;!lit a posl, heinK'tlu; : mirth
east'epnienalioiil.Iwe.uly fyyd liilles'soiith .eiist,.
:ol?the lown!i)l'.i.|ori'lsgey.buiiig!t,lie...iiiitial.7i,)()st
of .lo.sepii:i£isi).y?s,eliii'in? Ihenei;;,sf)iiIh i.'i|;h,ly,
t'hains, Ytliehee .westYuifflii'y 'ehaiiis.7 llil'ilee.
uortli eighty,ehains to;it poiiif'iuljaeenl'lo?lhi;
south west 'epriier. 6r-;|.:;', Ky I'liillip'sYehiini.
.thenefe'eagieiiihty I'liiiiiis to plaeuxii' lu'KliininW.
T^ontiiiiinigiilOaeres,:. Y Y'YY? .Y?       YYi&Yi.
AyYYr'-.Y-Vio.SK'l'il 'lhcllty?i'AM'iiipi;Y:'-
YY'Y Y-'-'Y'!,'!!"' Y;^Y!?,Y??A?!llai;i!eil.;At;eiilY!'!
Y?Z.?;Qoii(iiieneiiiK itL a7posiYheintf^thi; jnortii
•west eoi'iier iiiijiieeiillo Ilu-..'Iioi'tli, easlijU-oiner
olYlosupli.IfitflVy's i'liiliii.7;lliyiii'e .soulIj;' yiKlity
MIXIi'.KAI. ACTISflii.
■'.(Viiiii.M  v.). -
OKll'I'll.'lr.'ATK-:!)!:'   I.\l PIIOVKM KN'I.'S.
■.".-.■'•.NOTICE..":- ?y .,;'.•''!,;'!
■'Aslihunr- Mineral 'Claim situate in.the 'Foi't
Sli>i,'li:'.\liiiintr Piyision of MiistKobieiniy. IJis-
trlei,. y.y. .? .? .'.^..-,|.('! ..; ,■,-,.?■!!:. (, Y ■
. "Where loealeil:-YOi'i the .''uvst.'j'filtliY'.n'f tlm
wesi hraiu-linf St, Mary's.Kiyor.   77
Tiilio  notiee .thai   1."-ilnines A'.llarye.y.jl.'i'Oi-.-
Miner's eyrtiileim-   N'o.    •-,!!.I:«H)0"  agent" for
Joseph 11. Wrif-'hi. l-'ree Miner's (.'erfilieaii-Xo.
"'il.tHKiiiii''.  iiyeiul.' sixiy  days  from, the: dale
111  file   district    receiltlyt: 'looking! lo-reof.   loapjily   ilitlie Miniitl< I'eeo'nier fori,!..
'       1   -   rfi^niii'f'fii:   j (Vrliliyiiie of Iniproyeiiieiiis. liu,the purpose, of
' j i.ln;tiiiiiiK -.1 O'ov.'i'i 1 li'iiui ol theaboye i.'iaiui.
And fnrlhei'liiki,-, n'otii'tl' I hi. t- . :n't ion. .under
,-,'lion ::T. inusi lj.- eoiuiiieuei-,1 Pcforo the issu-
m.'V of sue'li Ceilill'iiie of. Iinpi-oyemi'iiis.
Hai.d Ihis I4i,h ,. lay of Si-pleinber. liiU;l.
'■If,- -       ,     !."■'■ .I.A. liAKVi-'.N'.',,?
,.';;, '   MiM,i.;i;.\,!, ACT,  , ".     -   ;    ,7
■'. (|.'lllt.M T. I 7       1. '   -'■
Yover ,..'.'the.. ! mihera!  ?resources.
They all exiiresssiirprisiv at the]
Y.sho%i'hgs on fh,e 'many claims in,
"■ this vicinity. ■   '.-V   ■ .   -.
; St rangers visiting Port Steele
go away .with , the impression
that the mines in our .vicinity.
with!develbptiii;i]l work, innst of
necessity make Sleele;. a'towir of
. great im portance.      ' '     ;.■.
l.'t'HT, III 'A'l'K Ml'   I.MI'IIOVIJMIl.NTS
,   '   NOTICE.:,      ,,   .
Alia   .Mineral  Ch,hns siiuah
ill. .Mini li).; Ilulsio.ll of I0,-|s.t-l\oi
AI mm. I' ■. 1111
Is Giving away Watches?-
In pr.oseci'itiijg  our' ")il:nif
build up.the
htrt-'est
loi
circtilal ion I
les imi'tll iif 111.
i.i
M'n.(l,i! a>u:
lie- for! Slo
■i.Vv  Pislriel
AVI...;..|..e;
1 ;f/-:ii leio,..     .'■'..
1'AKI?  '.\-i HI,- ll.'l.-.- Ileil    I. !(. Sinlih.. !•'. M
li  JiliiHi. ii.-li'i'i;., as   a'.;eul lor I.'. A.   .hlelcsoll.   h?
\l:   C.   II..-.'.'lip',  ao.l,  K.   C   Kose. KM.!'. Nn. II,
■ ■     ■■ , . .    -   I >'.!«i.-i, ;iii,-i,it\ -.isty dins I i'i.'iii I In-   ,lal.;   h.-i-eol'.
iii the I.YOoleiiay, and   itic.Kii'.utal.- ] ,,, :,i'.|,i.-, Y, n... Minim. 1:. .■,.i,i..r i,,r Y (Vi iiii-
;.- .,f Im;,.•,..'.'.■ ■ 11 •-■ 1 ■ -. for iiu-  pnri,,,.,,. .,i  ,>li-
iniui' '',-.,',yn i ,'raui., oi , he al.,,\ e i'i:,iiii-„
Ami 'inrilirr   liil.e   uoijei-   ll.al   ael ion, nailer
^•;i.,n ::r. ii.'i1.! I,.: '-,1111011 ne.-ii   1 .* -. J'.. 1-* ■   iheis-'
l'!,i,|
"ly,   in observance of its .seventh
—arniivers;try,•,   the, £!?\"iil'   C/i'Otdi
:\'(,;vvs is. giving -to each  new sub-
scriber a watch.     It is not a  full
jewelled  1.8 karat <rold walch.bul
, is a,, lie.at. 'perl'ee.i-running   time
piece,     if is-•guiiranleed, for one
yea.r and if il. fails to keep accurate time  during   that'  period,    il
will be exchanged for a new one. j
Tho guarantee  is: that, ol! the. la.r,- [
gest walcli company in Ihe   Uni-i
ted Stales.    The subscription ,to I
the .NhjVVS is si! ]ier   year,   upon ;
receipt of which a watch will   lie j
forwarded, together with.a Trail I
Creek News for. one year.     IT'S
A   GOOD  WATCH   lor man   or
nance
■if slid,
■rii'lir
I in I-1 'i;
;,l I.
,1:,
:,l
e.l'on
•oycuii'lll.-..
I.',. SMITH.
IIII.IT.   A. I I.    P.ilr
r I I'M
(•lis!:..
uiM-th:,;v
llieneo .lioilili-ylifli.i.v."i'iisIuis. theii'i-i; e.-lsi <>i['rht,y
eha.iu^?'',iln-tiee north 'i.i^'hty ell ill us,iPlliiV. place
iii he;;.i)Vipn^:,,eo^Uiiu'iii;;^i\:hii,ui.li)i!il anil 'flirty'
iieres.;'?::"-. ?;': ".,- •'; 7; ,?i'..,,..■.,;'-7.:'■.'■"■.''?!''■' ■ ■•.',;!■'■.'"■■.; '■
?•'■ ■;'YYnM^Yi:,AYt.'Yn'At:ici.;ii4;!i;o;-ai.oi;. ,?Y
7':[Y :YiY■'■'■ .."■?' Y- ??;'?■ f'AYliaehiiit'. Ai;i-iif! ?:
--—(-jvj-j- (-.;y,-iTiTT*Hi"?iiiS;S"l":(".ri><»-;?'(!.IJT^^jf?"TTTiTn-f<>rfi"r
casteorner ul:i6,iiijfw(.'iit,y two miles east of> the
•town of Mon'iYsey; lieint;.- ilio! liiit'tiil posi,::of
,lolin |.'jihey>v!;|)iuYliielH-!iYvi?^f eiiihty-ciiaius,.,
to a point at the north easL'eoriuir, of Andrew
llaeUt-u's c!iiiiiiYllieiil-e.-souih; eii;hty,'oliuins,
tlie)rei'.e;(-if'i;jirliiy:ehi^nS;7tlii;iiee?iio
eliiiins.to the piiieYof 11,Y-'T 1 > 11 iIij•. c<>i 11111111 iij^Ysix?
Uyiiid'i'eirund'fi:ii'iylieres.:7>.??y1??,,?v ???'??";??
;!!!?-'■''?!!!.!?Y':Y!' !!.).i.)iT!N«"i'iAiii-'iy. ijiif-uttyYi-.Yy
-"??<: Y-Y,-? Yf'Y<;:-,;'■■■,7:7: ?A.7l-l:li;l;etl,.:Af(i;nt.:Y
?7'':'-?'?7-':■■'■::?".. :,7,7:,77.■7:7;,,.., .,7>7.,7.^.Y':,7,,-7.-,
i M1;,fct.'dilltin;iK'iilf.r al; a past hein'fj: the north
West' y.orne'i-. adjacent lotlii;iiorlli eiist' corner
!<|f:Jpllft!_i''aliiy?S,Y-':Mh!..!:::Uu;nc(;!VipnllC
eliains, tlit'liyiicli'sii eighty, ehains, tlii.'m;o:nurlli
i?i,.,'hfy eiiainh. tin.hi'e:west.eiifhty cliains Hi the
place^of hOKin.nini,'. containiiiK sis?liiindrial and
ifol'iy acres.''..,.■:'. .!'■' ■■■:;■■>•'.■ 7. ■•:■'•■■''',!'':",.'■'-.. '■
■•'"-. rYY'Si-'Y't-'•-'..fOh.N':MA.Ii riliv- Locator. ? '
???7.Y::'i"',;,?'■ Y'yY',7?-!  p'.-A: llacUeit^AtfontY?
■2 'ftriY.Coijinicii.iri'nKYit.L
west 'corner, nil jaccuii to the north .eiiTjt corner^
of John ,|.'ithey'.s. eliiini;" ihenei; north.a'ulniity
i;liiii!is,:ilienci;,i"'a'st. eighty ehaiiis.' tiionct; south
eighty yhains. t.iieiice w .Stcitilily ch'iiin.s.to. tlii;
■plritiu.bfi'li'uirliiiiiiiii; eo::t.iiiiiiu'y sixliiindred and
forfv?abres7''7;?.,?,7. ?,Y'?Y.:.?7'Y|'?'T-: Y-Y?-'?.?:?.?-?:''
?...7■'.'■_7.Y.Y .7?' li?.i.?i:.pG AX.;.Locator,!!,-' ■
77'L':'.?f;Y!''i';, ..Y"( !: .■ Yi;.. ■::.*>•!Hiickett.'Ajient7 !
?7(h);!! CoiiiiyiimcinW?in..il 'posl;::l)ein;; tin; soiitlr
east cPi'her.:adjacent to 'th07ii;ortli'east,corner
of '.loiinl'-'ali^y'K chiiiii. .tlieneo'■i',nnl•t.ll■■;•■.',ui}!llt^;■'
'cliniiis.^thenc.f;..wiVsiAti«hty:'eliiiins. theiic-osoiilh
ei^it.\'cli'aiiis?t.lioni;i;:e;iK,ti!'iKht.y the
place of, Pe'j,'] 1,1 iii in,'." \;oii till iiilifi' s i.x= li ti lid red a ii 1 (
iiony,»Wcyy6YYyYyYiy:Yy^
Xiii-«::'!i£Yi?Y;^
■j/uyi--.Yf:-!$:-Y
."■'^'(VjJi'-Co'imriomHiii^-'vii'b^fi'iJ&st VictnK;.Lli'tVYiU*>«1tlV'
vwest coilipr!iibout:t\y(iii!ly.;t\yp!'milesYioi'ili;eii
.Vjl'.lii.u l0Nyii?if:Aipi'risse.\7,lJpiny'.l,lii7l.n
'ol'YOi  Q?. M'ilier'.si-ielaiui^ lliiiiice souiii,., eighty
t!iiains  to"a; ijoiilt, ,alljai;t:ut  tortile north .west
corner of l;;d\yar,il'C'oW;l]-s,ehnnK'!.|.lience(-'eiisi
e-i^OityYcliaiiis,   tliuiiet;   north   uit/hiy? .cli'ains.'
'.dieiU'CAyasl.'oiiL'iity.'iiilislliiS'' to the, place, of 110'-:
;.'iniiiuM, cdntainin!,'?si.y liiuidreil ajid forty acres.,
':   :-.;■'}  ■;.',      °; Cli;iiY'iVUI.I?K|{.7l!.bea!l,or. Y?
:..-■ «.rYY"..:',:-?   .i),.; ■,,-Awllaclcettv AKqii't!.''
■':■ |,|..t ,(';onimoiieiii|,r'!iil, a post lieinj,' tlui'soutii
west corner, adjacent, to' tlii; north ..west corner
of CI.1 OY'iMillui-'s claim.; thence north eiifhty,-,
chains', thence east eifvlK.v chiiins, fheiiee sohfli
eiglity.chiiin.s. iheiice u;est eijll'iiy cliains'tp the.
pliice of.ljesj'.i.i.i.i.ilii!,'. eontuiniiiy .six liiindreihaiid
forty acres."     .        ',!"■■•  y.Y'i    '■ '■ ii- '■■■ ..'■'.
'Y'Y Y KUG KNl'l TOUSL;KV?:'Loea,ton..,.'.-.
■..:■.x !,?;!',.:!! ?■"':. ■;. Y A7Hiicl;.ett?A!i(!iit. •?
■ 7[K'!|; Coniiiieneiiif,' lit 11 post; lioint-tlie, north
eiist corner adjacent to the north^ycsLcorner pf
O, G..MiIIpr's e'iaiin. thence south eijjlity chains
tlience west eighty ehains?lhence norlli eighty
eliiiins. theiiee east eij-'hty, ehai.u.s 1,0 the place
of heKiniiiiiK!couiainiiif,'ivih:icre.s. ' ; v.'.;-"
''Y;' ; ? . CMilplfdlS IIUIINIIAAI. Locator; ??
77. 7^:??.       ..,,. :7: A? 11iii'Uell. Aneiit. ,!■■•
.'■.'■      -■'.'■      ''::"■'-   '  ("'    7 ,'  .'. 7'      ,    ' . '    .   „
? [L]   Cbiiinieneiiis,'.'.if.11.p.ist lieinj tlie  norlh
ffi.'st corner iiljOiif eisrlilei'ii.,111iles north' east of
the lown of Moi'iissey lining theinitial i)Ost of
1'! S..IJyrue's chiini. thenee. south eighty, c.liain.s.
Ilheiice Past eiifhty chains Ion poiul'ailjaei;nf io'-
ilie 'iiorlh   w'est  corner of: Delhi   !•'.   I laeUelt's
clniiu,.thence iiorth eifjlay chains': ilieiici. west
eighty 'chains !to' the .jiliiec bf.Jicivinhln'fc'. con-
IniniiiH' H-IO acres. 7   ■        •■■■--.■•.
■'■,,'   ■■'!'.,-,','.'".,.:'■■' "I'.,S.'.IIVHN'I.',, Locator.    ..
. ..'     ... ,?>     ■' ' -A,■'I lin-Uefi, Aiienl.Y
I ,\1 ]'; (.'iiiuiiieu'i.-in..; ill 11   post i.ieiutf.tlie'south
west eorner adjacent to Ihe.norlh west   corner
of, e. ;S.   r.yiue's  chiim',   thenee' norfli   eighty
chains, theiiee i-iist eiKlity chiiins. I hence. soutli;
eighty ehaiiis. iheiice wvsl,,i-i;..lily chiiins lo the
place of lii.-Kinnin;;. eouiainini: Pill acres.'     ,,
..'...".■      ' ,'MAKV 1,'AII l''V.-1.oca tor.,
i      ' , A. "Ilacltetl,. A«piit.,,
|.\'|    I'omnieueiii!: lit u,post. Iieint; '..lliti .souih.
",1'usl corner luljaceiil; t'0'1 he norlh West corner
of  I;., S.' ItyniiiN eliiiin,  thenee, norlli ..t'iylily
eliains.   tlience ..West   eiylny     e'linliis,   Ihenee
,-ifiulh eiyhly I'liiiliis, Ihenei'east eii.'hly' eluiius
lo fhe'phice'of liiTinnini.'. conlainin;; (till iieres,
, '„'"        ?   ?li|.-.ol,'i:|.: IIOI'SIO.  Locator.    '
"",'■' A. Ila'clieif. Audit.
O. ..(.'onimeneiii.; Ml 11 post lieinj,' the, north
eiist collier 11,Ijiicenl lo Ihe nortir west corner
,,f I'. S.' Ilyrue's chiim. .Ihenee s,,,iifh eijility
eliiiins! ilii'iici' west eie In,ye ha ins. thenee iiorlh
i-i;..|lly ehaill*. Iliellce eiisi ei;. ll ly chiiins to   Ihe
..NOTICE.!'   .-Y
Notici' Isherehy 1,-i yen; that, thirty days alter
ilafcwe.'the  ilndersinueil.  iiifeinl  to apply to
'tlie'iisslslanl.'(loniinlssioiier. of.   Lands    and
■ Worlis for the District of Mast  Kootenay,  and
lo,, the. Chief   t.'oainiissioiier    of'■■■ lY'iiuls   ,tind'
\\rorl!«; for liyiinses 10 prospect, for (loal on tiie
followiu,,.; flesci'iheil lands silnale oil 'Ihe 7l'"Jti(-
head IcH'er in tlie South t;-.asf portion of I'la.St-
Kootenuy Jiistrlcti llrllisli ('oluinhiii.      ,;■   '
' (A) :"(j'ltiijniniciiijr lit. ii post on llii'easl, side of,
,1 lie Kin I head kiycr.nlioui iwtSlyo in iles I'roin the
l.uly'r.na.iioniil Ikaindai'y Liiieiliplp^ initial posl
of Alherl 'M. iiiilnim's-elajiu.sotilh west corner
niijoinine, Uirhiiril lllrlyi's i'liiiin on Ihe ni.U'l.h
elisCYllicnce i-asfHii (dialns;? thenee iiorth W,
cliains:.. llu,-nci.;'w,;sf .sii chains; 7tlience s'oflih 81)
chains "to the. place '()|"lii'f;iiiiiiii;{,.(;hiiiilil>iii>,,r Hi"
{ii()l;e,s.;'■'■ ,,s~ .' ?Y 7? •■ •"''■:,:! ■.'■■'•■.'•:' 7?.: YY 7
7,'; ':-.', ALnkiriYI'? IMpllA'MiLoeatiir,.'?.
■■'';.'(I.tl ' fV,niiuein.|'ii.. at, a"posi,.heiii!,' the iiorlh
iy'i'Stcorner adjacent. 10 llie south, wesi eoi-pi'.r
t'lf Alherl! 10. I iijilia Hi's, e'iaiin", Iheiice' east Kli
chiiiiis, ihenei- south SPciiains,?iheiu'ii Wesl',HP
ijliaiiis; 'Ihenei; iliirfh '.Ml eluiln.s lo the place of,
liCKlniliiiK, contaiuiuti.'il11 iii'ies. .'.
;jY-'";  Y; ,;       i.'l(|.:l)''UO.yViSiAM, Locator. '■'■ ;':
■; ; ;'::,: ? ■"'■'?''■' Allien,: hi, liiiihain. Afcenl.''
■■'; (tl/' C'liuiim'iieliin al?a post: heiii),' tho south
east corner, adjacent:..to tin; south.u'Ps'L corner
iif1 A llierl. ' I.i!'." :.l iik.Iiii ill's Y'ia Iiu, flieilt-i! .west
elulily-eha Ins"., t hence niirfll' Ml rli:iiii.s., I henee
east .olfcliiy ('Iiuins, thenee soiilh el|tlii'y'eliiiins
lielhp:place of hOKJuuiiitc, coiiiuinliil; 11 IP ncre^;
:,??''• 7: ', '.Y'.l'bl'IN '('!'. -HiiATKIf,; IVoiijiliii'.'.?.'
, ' Y'!•■';.■."■■;.' ' YY -YsHierf K./iiinlinin; Airenf. ■".'■';
,; (Iij -" (loiUiPe'nciuH' ;ai? a post In'l|)«'llie north
east corner.'adjacent lo flip sbiil.|i?west;' corner
of Alln'ri, K. 'iPKhani's, eliilinf'ih'ei'hio soutlr
eliihly eliiiins. tlieiico west eighty Chains, thence
npi'lli eighty chiiiiis,' thence, east eighiy chains
lul he place oi; lii.Kinninii,coii'l,:i,iiiiiif,'!P,lll acres. '.
. ,,/';!„. iiitei 1 a'ku 11 i'Kvy.r MjV■» tor,   !!:
'"■:;■,:- YY.'i.A'i YAHiortl^, i'nVtlpiiiiJ Afieiii. "'y ',;
: '(I'll' .CpiiiiPeni-liin at a. post 'beiiig tjip; south
\yest.cornei7iuljiiceni' C(i the.,south east Yipniur
nf Aihert I1!. I n^hiiin'.s ohiiin, tlience east bpthty
eliiiins; llieiiee norlli eighiy chains, lliei.'ee west
eliaiii.s.^lhil'hee eiist eijfhly eliiiins. tlience iibi'Lli
ei(jhly:l'|iiiilis!vlheiie<Ywest;oit;lily chains lo Ihe
piaee of hcKiiiiiinij.cohtainin^'iilu acres. YY\...
Yky'Ai :.•;■?!■:;AXIIiP'l^O.Ki'lKXi'lSi^atbi^!,
'■;■ '?!!:(Y!Y:!:?7.':Y!7^'Y7Y7!vYYyv llaijieiu'Afreiii;;^
■:!!KiV;itSeii|rsiiin^
Y:.:iYYiiiY<;:c.YYYY.NOJAQ£Y^
Hi-NlTriGI'l 'isi.'lierel>>•;:■■ Biyei'i. that .lliiriy.-diiys-,
liftei''diile'w<YinieUd;to;iipply.tpYihpi?A^
Coiiiinissionei''ofi:Liiiidsaiid:Woi-lcs^^
(rictof Kasl i\doienay?aiid;till; Chief..Ciqminfs-.'
'sioner ofyLaiiiis iinilYWcii'lis^t'pi'Yii: i'ieeiiseVlb
lu'osjiect;foi?coilivanil,'pi!iri)ltuuniii!i|ie follow-,
instieseriliedliiii'dsitiiiite.iiii Oil .Creek  in llii;
Soiiilieiisl pbrlibn"i'iT■-j^iist'; ICooien'a'y "Dislriiii
lii'iiislf'Colliinhiii:Y :'?ii?;?:Y77?7? YJ"?'???J
Y.i\A\ Conihieiieiiitc'!; :»'(■'a prist jihuiled ahoiii..
lire miles ',fi'iMii,'^liu'''',hitoi'i'iii,tioiiiil-'.'lliiiiii'iliiry
iihil,liyo: liuiulred'iVet eiisiof Oil Creelc.lH.i life
Ihe: ii'orth eiisl (•prijer iiiljai''eiil'tb ihe soul h \\\-M
'corner of. Will iii 111 Ast ley's eliiini,'iheiice, soil tli
SI) ehains, llieneewesl SII ehnius. thence north
SUidiiiins, theiiee easl Sii chai ns.tb'l he "pliice oi'
lie(?iiiuiiiij containing CHI) acres. .-.' 7. '77
;;-,, '?.!!; ■■■■;;:: ?:>■', ";,!.t! KO-llKlUXO!, Loenioi7 ?!
•:" i'?!, "'?'       JfiseplCAsiley. A(?e|il; ?7
?,Diiled tin's mil diiy of October 'i'.KWY? 7?,.  Y;
?, [UJ Coinnien'ciiiKatitppst.pliiiite'd aboiit' iivo
hi iles' from the in tenia tidnallioiniuary .anil .ijll)
foct'oast of.Oll Creole beiiig the north east curliernil jiieeut to the south West corner of.1. Fred
Ititchie's claim, thenee south'.so ciiains. thenee
west Sl) ehnins..thence iiorlh SO ehains. llienee
east, SO chiiins 10 the.piace of boirlniiliig'.' ..Con-
tiiiniiif? liillacres. •■'■     ■:   ■    ,.,     .,? ■
■;,''■' .''..lOSIU'lIpASTLKy.'Loi.atoiv .7
7 Diiieil this (itlitliiy of October, A, p.. llilU ?!
, ,[CJ, Coinmeiieiiit,' at'ii post planted nboiii liyo
niiles Trout the Inlcriinlional ISoiiinlnr,\ and '.'(ill
fjjot eiistVof ,Oil Creek: being tho. liortli'-■'west-
corner adjacent.lo the south we.m corner of ,1.'
Ered Hitchie"s!. claiin'1 theiiee, south s'tl-eliaiiis;
theiiee easl 81) cliaiiis, .tlieneei.north 8(1. cliiiiiis.
thence west SO eliains to Ihe place ofbegiiinini;.
(Jo'iitiiiiiiiiK 11-10Yieres. .. ,7.      ,     ,".!",'•:''■■
7      WILLIAM AS'PLKV, Locator.
•„■.■■'■■ 7 ,.   ..Joseph Astley, Afi'eiiji. .
. bul oti this mil day of October, A.n.n 1WK.1:  '*
. ' ■- ..:., '.' ■■,: ■■.       .■,'.. -■.„?-•-■■' ■  .•■       . 7
[,UJ,, Coniiiieiieint,' al. a jiosl planleil 'ahout
IIye niiles from the Ipleriiatioiuil linnndary
and 2(Kl repteasl of OilCreek liiei'nj,' the. noilh
west eorner adjacent' to ihe .souih vyesl. corn ;r
of 'William' Aslley's ehtini. tlience south SO
cliains., thence east.SU eliains. .thence north. K(l
eliaiiis, tlienei; wesl till ehaiiis 10 llie plaeciir
heijiniiini;.' Containintf DIP acres;
7  ' ;. IIAKVIOY .1.  llAKKlS.Lpeator.'1
•II ' ',    .Joseph  Aslley, A;;enl
, Hilled this hth day of'Ociolier. A. I)., nut!.
eiKhfy?chii.|iis.:;thi'nl;e ,siiii|li ;.eiKli;y. cliliiiis.lp
tlie jiiaee of IjeKiiihiiit.', coiiiaiiiiui-'iilP acres? 77
,'k, ,1 'r f'-.' 01.1 >>: _i«j"i'-i?3 ^' h /111 * i«:-i t ■ i?-"'!'..! j' i ■•. 1. •. i ■: V i .*.''.i's *>'« rtfto^,
: YY:.?!'.YY.'? Y Y.-A 11 ipi'i:-.K. iii(ihaiu!'At;enl!?:?7
:...' '•'■*!,■'■„■■■■ .- -".•"..■■ •■•■,.. --{j':". ....•'•■■■ ,-■■■■■, . ■■;■■■•' '■'■■'
■ rfl'''):•ieomiiii.'iHilnf,'alii,post lieinj tlic-. iitirt.li
\vbst.coi'iii;i;.aiij'iici;n;?io, the.sou tli, cast corner
of Al.hei i: I1!; Iii^diiiui's;elai.iii.'thence eiist <';ij,'lity
.ijl.ii/ii,is.;.l!i.i.uiri;.soii^
Leii(liiyciVaIns!:i,heiice uorthiiuflifyiihaiiis^iiflie
piace of'iii;Kiiiiiiiii(,.eoiitiiliiiiiK 'ilP'iicres. Y?«"; ;Y;
iY'Yy YyY-. LizZ|.|;!7M'Y I NroilAM^Lfa'ittoi'r-Y!?
!.•'■"■?!- :■'?',■''"■:.;,'.J:. YAIlH;rl;;|.!.:iiiKiia.m;Y\f(i;nl., Y '
'.■;{il) i '1 uiihieni-ini,'nI a post: heinY': the siiiifii
-wpsli.i'.firii'iii"; -:iilJ:-u!.fiht~t.oYt,iict'-'!jiL>iil;-li' u:ist77;t-y>rii-c;?rf
of Sir'Chai'les'l Iib[e;rt,'l'upper's:;chiini; 7,:'fii;nee
eiisl eiglity chains; lluuice?nbri!i eighty eliains,
theuc(i;\yiist eigli 1,y eliaiiis, (heneiYsnuili idgliiy,
ehains'to the place of;begiiining.>c.on't,iiining (110
acres.- . .■ ,?''?..7:?7?Y? Y '. ' ;??,: Y-,',."?; '.'■.'•■'..',;
!''Y7- ;y,yY? .y?saia,Bi-:iJ- iii(rrz^'iViW.;iii>i-. .??.
■■'•..■'..■ '■';'.,.■'?,;■■■     .. -?.? Aibert'l..;. I.ngiiain; Agent; 7...;■;.
1,  ,;. ,7 '.:■ t.7 .-'-:■ 7 7. 7 •.,.,,•  .   '.,-  '. 7 '...,,.: ..7   C ' -  ',      . .        ;.
(II) ..f.'oiiiiiieiicing at aiiost; being7 tins."nortir
wesfTiirher/niljiieeiif Vibllie soiilh eiisi.eorner,
of Sii.Oliafles llihlieri'"l'.upp.ijr,'s cl.-iiin; ,llieiiee
east eiglity ciiaiiis.-llieiiee siiuiji eighiy eliains,:
theiu'i^'wesl.iiiglil.y chni.ns..Jhoiice,iiorlh 'eiglityv
cliaiiisYtp ,i|iP7|ihH-ir'ii,j'Y|icginiiing!;eohlaiiiing;
'.tiiii acres!????:? Y.?'.!Y?Y:.'-.?;' Y- -yy yy;-\,y-. Y's;?;? yc
■fifYx.Y'YYY'Y-LUCiXv'llOlWM'AXsllficiUOr??,:!;,
:!YiY7i?.'l7YYu!7"j?.Y'??i:7:%fV'l'(;'-t'v!'7-: r,'W,l!!Ull.?A!^CHtiYY"7.
.'.,. [11;.'-, CoiPiucneitig? atja 'ijostYbeiiig the 'son 111
:\yesl ciiriier7auj:ii'cifi/tp tlie'suiutli'bast: corner;
of ''Aiul.iiVl.; fii'l'lVs' chiini.!; tlieili'eY east_;eighty
elii^iis^ili.eiie.Y'nprili^: eighty-:' ehaiiis.Ytlience
,\yi;'-ii;eighty I'hiiiins', llieiiee.spiHh'.eiglil,'.',chains
:T<> (.!>(> i11:i''i?/ •"'i'=• ><vfii ii ii i ii>t:?<■ i>jit:i i ii i 11flr j> il) '-•<<• VpK._
^■rs*s!^?'!;i;-'-K^
Y:?7.'.Y!?7Y77-; Y;;!vAl,hert'i'!-ii;Wgluiiu?AgeiilY7,Y;
".: [.l!|v!!C:oiniiieiii'ing'ata:po?it7,being !tlie Jfoi'th,
wi;sl eoriioi'! iiiijaeii'iif ;t,o (lie «oiVi Ir (?iisrv_ec>i:nei'
brYMabei?liiYfes:!i!!htinf7vl,iuuTce'^
eiiiiiiis;  ilieiic.Y:soui,li;;eigiil,y. ;cli:iiii.s;   1 hence
west eighO'.ciiabis; thence, luirih'e'jllily.I'liaius.,
Id ilie: plaV.e .<'f„' legi n ii i iilY eon I a i nl ng li ill ai'.res;., ;
'7!'; LAuy Tl/mii'iu; wife,bf:Y ?. ?! 7?, ■ -;
Y-Y?!^'? ?!!!!Sir'Cliai'ies llffibe'fi TiipppK;: ?
Y; 7.,.."?:■.o '.:Yii,;?Albeil,l':i?1ngliani.,Ageiii.'  „,
UaleVl Sepfeiiiber'llthYiliw?.,' Y'.,!?'!?;.Y:iO-
..?,, .-Yy,...,. JfOTlCE.',, ';,?;,. y?.:■.,,?,.,.7.
7 Nol ice is hereby given -.iln'ii MP days ai'icr dnie
1 iiiiend ioiiiiply to llie Chief Cohtinissioiicrlif
Liiiuls iinil Works! Ibr itlie'eii'se 10? prospect; for
ijiiiii and oil lipon the,following described lauds
siiiinte iii ISi'i'si' Kiioteniiy on lhe,?eiisi sijle ,of
Siige CreelCi- .Commencing ,111,,.;ii: posl iniir.ked
Kiehard Hirtz's iiorth easf cornel' |ilnni'eil?s;u
eliains easl from Ailierl. 1'!., liighiiiaY iiiilial;
piisl:- Iheiice Ayi,'StSfJ? chains, llienee south SO,
eiia'bis. Iheuee'easi SO 1 ■ 1111 i 11 s; 11 iol 1 i-c 711 <m-i11 SO
o.huins lil ihe place of coinnieiiceiiie,iil. ,7
'"■:•;:•   .■ y_ yw    !      ihciiaki)Mnrrz. YY
: baled Septenibei'iith. I'"1-. ?-; ;"'-,■ 'YY:i:'~ YY
.      '   NOTICE.-
": Xiiliec is hereby glyen Iinil IIP days after date     ,,
I  jhlelld foiipijly lo llie (.'liii'fl,(.,iiiiiiiiissipiiei'.(if   ,.
Ijiiuds iind Wnrkri 1'iir 11 license iii   pros|.oei   for
coal ti nil oil upon Ihe following described lands
siluiiU1 in lOnst ICoolen'iiy  on   Ihe   wosl   side  of
Siige (hi'ck: —Ciiinine'neing  at   a   post   marked
Allierl.lC: Ihgluiin's north east corner   pliiuleil
SOehiiius north of J.'red Uowiniin's iniliiil   posl.
Ihence.wesi SO c.liains."!theiiee soul I17SU  ehai|is.;
IhenCi,. casi Sn ciiains   llienee norlli'wi chains io
I he place of c'omuroueciueiit.-..'■ ,''? ".7'
„ '.".''■'-,.',,      '' ".,-,i •ALIliOIl'lt K, INOIIAM;,.■",'
. IJllled  Sepienil.er alii,   lillti. '    ■,•,'•■'.'...   '■''''.',
:■ ']): .'.,;•,Y> ?;notice;Y!?.y;'[y..Y'7,y:!
Xolice is hereby giyen (hat lip days nfler dale '••'.•
I  iiitenil io apply 10 llie (.liii'f yiiininissioiierpf •■..''
linn, Is mid   Works for ii license "ui |irospect for
cp.'il a ml'oil upon 1 he following ileseribei.1 JuiulsY .
sililiiliYiiilOasI K'uolenay on  Ihe 'wesi   side   of .'7
Sage (.'reek:-. Coin iiieuc ing at,.'.«'. ,p(»J-l' marked::.-..'•;
Luey   lloWimih's" iiorlii' easl c,i)i'ul;i' |,|iiiiied hi)    7
einiiiis w'esl from Kred llow'iipin's iiiilial   posp; 7   -
Ihdlee M'esl SO chiiiiis. i heiici? sou ill,SO,'chains, •■'.'.
liieuci- eiisl.SO cliains, llieiiee iiiulh SO chains to   '-.?
pliu'i; iii'eouiiiieiieeinenl.  '■■"    '■■-',-
;?-?:,:',|..7 ::..;.: ,,..' ,    ;:'Y" ...'....:,,.'.'. l.U.CX.  IIOWMAX,,,  '..
;.'.|>iu'i><i Sepleiiiberillli.r!(««!'.' !    .-'.:..,. ;,"'.' :«' ,?,:,■,
•'■" " ' '■'■';,!';'■,. 7 '•''. /''! 'NOTICE.' '■■■ 'y-yY'[ ?-'",;.- 7
.,, .Xol iee, is' iicreliy gi yen I Iiii I tin days afl&i 'dull';.
I inieiid in iipidy'to I he (,'hii'f Coiiiinissioiierof ;':
Lands a nil. Works'for a'; license   Iii prospect fiir? •'■ '
i'iiiii lipon ilie ,/ol lo wing desi-ri lied la 111 Is s I liin 117?
jhi'Knsl ICoiueniiyi    Coiiiineiieing'at a jipsi -'lie;,: Y
Ing |hi. siiiilhwesteorner iidjaceui.lo ilie'uorih,
eiisl eoi'iier ofAlberl IC.lpghiiui's'i'hiiluftheiiec 7 ;■
norlli Sii i/h iii lis. llieiiee easl  SP Tlinhis,,' thenee-
souiii SO elu'ilnsYi hence wesYSO  ehains, lo, the,
jilaccof heginii'llig; coiilninfiig'Ho iic"es,7 : ;
.Y'YY.y ..'''■ ! caiAKLKS^Tiii'iis.."
Y?Y:     ?.;.;;„■ :■"'/ ?,;Alberi!,.|.:.! IngliiiiibjAgent.: '..,
■Jlilloil SepliiuibeF I li h'Ylttoii; Y??-':: .:?'! ! Yi -:     7 7
.Y.::7'777,.77.,777.. W(mCE..''"/7,?,:,::,:;,.,;^?.:.;'!!■
. ..Xiiiiee is hereby giyi;'p;ilpil?:i?i:days afli;r,ibite. , '■■',
I ii'llelidlii iipply. to Ihe' Cliief C'o(iniiiissipner "I-,,,
'Lailds aiidAVrorlcsiora'Iieciisi; In projpeel? for:'77
cinil upon Ihe fnl iii Willi; deseribeillaiul sii iimIiv '■'■
in .Kiisi l\'ooleiuiyr^Cphiineiicitig'iitT^ippiislYbe-*^^
ing ilu; souih west eoriier 111 Ijiicenl til IhedioialiY?':
weslj ei ii'iier of .-Alii I iel i IlirU's' eia iiii.? I hence ;Y 7;
iiorth7Sii chains, llieiiee east SiO-hains. Ihenei;?', 7
souill7S0;ehiiins. .Iheni'eJ'wesi' SO cbiiiiis io'tln;?"?:
phiecnf beginning I'ontaiiling.tilll acres!,?.:   . ,._;;:"■'■'.-'
:...y.YiY':-,...i/YA-y
'".'IhileiLSepiidniVer^lllh'Y'liini???^--?? Y;?.;::.??.,:::::.;
7: y-y;:,.. yy:,,.•';. 7NOTICE.?;?.';. Y-Y-YY-iY,^;! ?
.""'Xpliig' is hereby giyeii thai itli.ibiysyifieiYlrtti;, .?,'
I-1 iiiei'nI lb ,i|,filj7 lo.llu'...CliUtf.-'.Coiiiiiiiss'iiiiiei'.'Mf.?-:;';^
Lands un'il Works for irlieciise,;'.i"ii?pi'ospecl;; for'■'[■ ?,
co'iil on I hefol lowing desi;i'ibed.,hinilS'.siluiite.,in,: ,^
lOasi K'i mi eimy: ^(Joiunieiii'f-ihg-ti fa' _|'n-»s iV^i I A* 111 (j^ iJ.' ^..-_
llieY sou lli west corner iii Ijiicenl lb tiie north '■'. 7
eastciirner (if Albert li. Ingliaiii's^aiin, theiici;. ?,
iiorlh SP eh.-i iiis, t lieneeeast: SO .eliiiins. .then'ce?1 '7
^outli Sii'i' Iiii i lis? tlieiico ? west Sii ''eliiiins iri''i.ilia'''."Y,:
place iif, I icgi lining lain fill 11 ing (llii lieres;; , 7777777.7
!;;?;■';'Yyyyyyyyi^Yi-K 1,'WA K1) :T;.-Kl'ei i A"|{ IIS;'!?^!:
?Yi;)aied''Se|Vieniber-i|jh!t(li«!'?77;:7 ''iYi'YYYY:YyyYi
!:'•::,; Y?:'; v;?;;YY, 7 N'pxipEY'7"Y Y^Y?:??'- ■'',7 ])Yy,
?!.XOT 161'i.i s! ii e i-o lijv k iS^*^;'i'Y' -'" ■-'! "f -'•"'''V      .v f* Y" a. r »'«'£•.??'! ''if'"::
"dale, I inl(./nii.|o;';ip'ply to.;!:'Uio7iidli,l,(!f;?;,(,.'p'nijp!l.s-i;YY'-
sioiiei'i-pf; Lands;?,aiitl Wrirksa I 'A'li'ioria--tory
I'icrihissibii uii'pureiiase,'■.•(.I10?.;'foYlbwl^17iiiiiits-.j;. ,'■ 71-
.siiliaieil in Soiiili; |.;ast,lCboleiiayY?Y.:,;:;.,.; '   7
YCbinineiii'ing'iii apost planted ai'. the Xorili; 77,
l.'lasHiorriur.iif7fa^
\\^u;ilnbrYu..C.;;ih.eni'e!spiilii S07(;lnii!n>i,;llieui;i;:.7 ?Y
easl-.io ohainsiiioreb'r les.s loi liewesCtia'iik bf'i.Y,;,''
;tliiVI\bp,leiuiy Kiybr. I |ii;iic;<Yiij) llils'.saiil ICoote? 7" '■',
Via.vIlfVer.tiVJlH'YiriVyli iiiio pl?.l? io." ll'iuiiiiiireys, '77;
piireiiase. bi^Souhi Yw^riiuei'.?ihenei;-..wiisl!-lljv, ;;Y
y;li':-iIi.iS7nioro'.6i%lcs)s''"ro.'i.l,i'(5Vi>la'i'e'1!or'; li«ijinti'tiiij.-'7' ■.■.■v'-'!.
?Y7YY!;v!YY:7-fe^
7r:biitert'":^tVjyieiiVlicr!';iihi?l!^
'WY
m
'A'l j!!ST 1': l!^/\; l^yAXS!!!'Y i S!)(ip'B y :?Y^?^;fI77
?;YY"74!|;.pk*I^^
IMl'ROVKMUN'I'S.!'? :fY.Y' "*' "
.'(a':iM'i'Fi.c.\'i'K"oi;
.... •'■ ; ?': .  . '.'*■:'■..■:   '
'NOTICE;
 ;V?.^':,;..7>.;!Y ..,NpTWE..;;,Y:'.:?.Yj Y7!?:;
,.. Moiii-e is hereby giyen ilinl :io days al'ler dine;
1 in lend io,a|iply io.tiie (.'hief'Cbnihiissipiior fif
Lands anil Works fiir a .license. ;to |irosj>i;el for.
eonl ,,and oil. upiiii ilie.: following descrilual
hinds slllitile in I'last ICbi'iluniiy on iiu; eiisl side
of Sngi;, (i'reek;, (,'oin ineii.-.'i ug a I,'ji I'iosl niii rked
Cliiiiles 'I'lieis'.'uiirlh east, corner '• plained Si)
chains West ironi .Miibcl II irtK's, iniliiil'.'posl :• ■■-
llienee. weslSO elm ins.' I lieiici vsbuH) SU' chains,
tlieiico eiisl SO chains, llienee noi'l li Sii eiiiiiiis 10
the'place pf ci.iniuieiiceinent. '. .,       Y    ■'
' ;', ■■ . ". 7 ?■;,    ,   ciiAiiLios *nii.;is! ...
, '    Dated .Scpieinb'er 11. 'P.IP:;!   . :-; ''?•",'■?.
NOTICE.
Phi
ii I.,
'tuning, eon
Ohio l,'( I !■
tuliung 1.I.1 acres.
MII.LI.'.lf,  Locator
A. Ilncketf. A
ul
i^iKi
ilflRVViHlKTJI YE
2-iP.i,/c-,   :   Weekly   :   11 lustra led.
(NDISI ^NSABLE
.TO MINING MEN.
.$3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID.
SE.s'ii rim .';ami-i,i: coi-v.
MINING-- scieniihc PRESS
310 JLiRKET ST., SAH FRAHC1SC0, CAL.
I'. C.iuinieneiu
•list corner aburil eir.
,.\vn ..f .Men l-.s- ,\ .old
iiesl corner'ol Hell,, !•'.
a'-sl eii-hly ehnins I ii,-
li..nc.,-'..,isl ehdily clod
liniiis in Ihe pliice "f
iloucri-s.
'1.1'.
11 post lieing'the norlh
lil.-en niiles east of the
I adjacent I,, Ilia- south
ll.icliel.i.'s elaim. thenee
■nee 71.111 Ir,-ulny i-liu ills
ins', if.cuii. iiorlh eiglity
ll.'',"11111111:;.  coiiuiiiiliig
-il.A'ri.'.li:.   I 11 lor.
A. Ilneiictl..Agent.
TAK'I'! N'O'I'K.'K thai tliiriy days niter date
I inieiid 10 apply to the Chief Commissioner ul'
Lands and Worlis for , permission ' to cut and
carry awnytiinber from the follinylngdcscrilicd
lain! iii lOasi.ICiioii-hay iiistrict, It. C? Beginning at a post planted at.the Souih Wesl'cor-
uorof-.S. Oadwi.v's pre-emptiiiii, and marked
t.'eorge (teary's S. 10., corner. Ihenei; north 10
ehaiiis!.lhe,nce west Htll'eliains. thence south III
ehains, thence east ICO chains lo.llu; place nl"
b<;ginniiig.
'    , '       (lI'lliUill'! .IIKAIIV.-.
I lilted September Stril. P.Htt. -II, '
MlNI'lUAL A(;'r.:ISiHi.
(Killt.M   P.) 7
;'!■',. -.'.NOTICE;'^::,  ■'.■■
' N'eiice is hereby:gitiui iliai .".li days al'ler dale
I iiileiui ,10'apply to the l.'hiel' (.'onniiissioner of
l.iiuils and Works fiir 11 .licou'se In prospect for
coal apd'oil upon tlic follow ing described lands
siliia'le in l'!aSI ICiiolcnay 1111 Ihe cast side of
Siige' ,i,'reek;-Ciilnineueiiig?iil a post .niark'cd
Alnli'cl llirl/.'s, iiui'lh east. ,,'orner phinled su
chains siiiuli.fi'oiii l.'i'ed I Sinniiiui" iniliiil posl:
llieiiee wesl Sti chains, llienee.south SO.chains.,
Ihcnee e,1 sl Sii chains, ihen.-c norl h SO ehains to
I In- place of eoniinenccineiil. '
!■:'•■ ! ,\lAI!|.;i. 'l-llHTX.
' Dnie'.l Septeinlier i.-.th.'Iim-J. W
i:i.;r<'i'ii.ln.'A'i'i-j oi-' iMi'imyumiin'i'm.
i.i.
,,.,1 ,
|.
111
 en,'
lie r  I'liioi
11'"ol   M
o   lip.,
Ill   II    post
ll   I.WCI
•rris-,
nl
i.l,|,i
I'-.    Ill:
miles
I bene,
i-ih.   I,,
•1,'eif's
in'' Ihe. soul li
south east of
norlh eighty
the 7.mill east,
ehilm.    llienee
corner ol Hel.1
wesi re-lily chains, ihcnee s.mili eighty chains
Ihenee cast ei:'!i'y chains 'tn Ihe |,laee of bc-
giimliii'. eoiPiiini!:;' OH1 acres.   7 ■
•■.,''.      .1. I? K Kill iV. Locator
■'       ., A.  Iliiekelf. Agent.
■,!:.    ('ouuueneiio' al a   jtosl   being  llie   north
easl, corn.'riidjiiiciit 7.0 the :,,,n'.h east eorner of
NOTICE.
New Vor.k and K. A. .lue.ksou Miiii.'ral Chiiins
sittnilein Ihe l.'oi'l Steele Alliii'ng. nlrlslou ul
I'lnsl K'uolenay District.
Where located:.. About one mile .south u|
Mogul mineral claim.
TAIiH-NU'l'ieK thai I. It. Smllh. l.'.iNl.C..
.'u'.".iu I',., acting,as agent for IC. ,A. .lacltsou, |.'.
M.C. .-,'Tllll'. It. ami I'!. C. Kose'. h'.M.C. No. iMMIllfill.
inlend. sixty dliys I'roin the date, hereof. In
iipply lo ihcMiiilng Kei'order for a Ccrl illenli;
,,r liiiproyemenls. for tlie purpose of o'nla'iiilug
Crown C rants of Ihe alio ye claims.
And further lake notice lhat action, under
section (ST. must ho commenced helore I he issuance of such Cerlitlcale of Improycmculs.   '
till- I!. SMl'I'li. .
Dated this ^51 b day of September.  A.D.. P.iba.
'.,    NOTICE.    ■ ,, .,,
Nol ice is hereby giyeii t hal :l(l days iii'ler date
I in 1 end. Pi up ply lo thy Chief i .'0111 miss inner of
Lands and Works for'ii license I,, prospe'el for
cii-i I and oil upon Ihe folio wing', described
lands sii mile in ,1'atsi Konien.iy on Ihe .wesl
-ide of Sni(,.bzL-'i,.'i'k: -Commencing, af a post
inarked.Li/.^ie ,'\l. I iighuin s iiort It easl corner
plunled Sii cliains wesl from Albert I'-.. Ingham's
iniliiil post. .Ihcnee west Sl I ehains, llu-iree-iou'l h
SII .'■ 17, lll.'II.T..'i:M Ml   chains,    lliell, ,     ;:,,,.:.
'HlJAOKIlK'lJ.^
c:'i xA.- tiiiYI, ri.'itApioitKit:iii k FuAct.ioxal
Ml X;KI(,AL?(!LA!1-M'S-   Y77 ;.'?!:? : Y'77'7?''    ■'.:'■.
.'• Situate in the' l'"ort: Steele  iMiiiliiglliyislbn ?
,,o,f, Kast ICootenny ..llislriet..':? 7 7 .7,   , ,;.  :
Whui'ir lotiind'On tlic "west- bnihcii bf.the SiY.
MaryVrlyi'iv '   7.."???    !Y,''''■?"?-''".;""■' ■'•"■'?
.Tnlce.NoticetlniI....I'Sainuel,.,Loyatl;,Free .Mi-...'
ner's Ctii'titicale Xo'-Hal.Orili--. intend, sixty days: '■'
'',fvoni7il'iite;iiei-eof.to.' ap.ply,to '. flip,..Mining K'e-1
eiirder„fbr ,a  Cerlilical'e of'lniproveiiients, for
the purpose ofplilaining' aCrown Clrant'br the .
aboye cjiliuis. ■ ,?'"?77. ;...!.!..:::;;
And  lu rtlier la I; 0, not icii  ilia t!. aciioii. ii iii'lii c ■
.section :tT. innst he eoiiiiiienced before llh;"issu
auce pi- siicb Certiiieiite (if I'111 provcniorits; 7■.;'■!..• V.'°
"■''"       D11 ted tli is' liitli da y, of A iigiist.,'A. ixfl WK.   ■
,,:.Q..  .;   ,. , , ,,  .   .;    ,7; 7	
.'-YiY-i>7YrY'!YY^
.   Xolice is'li.oi'fiby. giyen that 00,days alter diite-
I ihlend'l.o apply, tofhe Oliief .Commissioner of;,
l.ilnds aii-.h Works for  permissibii  lu piireliii.se
Pill/acres of  hind  inore or less situ'ttteii on the?'
(,.,,.■■      .   ,■•    ■  ■ n . .. -
west hank of Klk liiyer.in tliefiislrielof .Kast
Ivoblomiy. (.'onitneiieingal,,!!   ])osi, .'pltuifecl   at  .
>l':is A. MeDouniill's N. ,W.'; corner.and uiarkeii  '-
If. \V. h'bger's M.   I'lY'corner,, thenee  west  l.'il ,
cliains:: tlience'south  SII ehnins. thence east, ;;o   ,
chains, .llienee north Siichnins to Hie place  of
beginning, ppiiluining liiti acres, more or less.
'•;,':   ■■:,:■     .|{., w.  Kogers.7 .'.■'■■' *>'' , ,?';; ,Y?
7 Dateii August lllfh. iopti';;:-     :. \  ?!    '
—. ,i   „  -.' -*- ;-7"——'———-7-7—---—f  ■
.        NOTICE. -.■■'.
.''', 'PAl'vH XO'I'ICI.; liuil  tlii. 'days, after ilali-.'.: I'
intend' iii .'apply to Ihe Chief Comnlissione.r of
Lands and   Works  for?permission  lo cut aud
eari'y away limber from llie. following lauds in ,'.
I'lusl K'oiilenay l.lisl ricl; H..O..   Ilegiiiuingal a
liosi planted on,the west bun]; of Kile Itiyerand
niarked I). i\l. Liiii-ham's N. K.  corner,  annul,
two miles souih of Lizanljflri'uk.  Ihenee  wesi  -
Sn ehnins. Ihenee souih SO chains.   Ihcnee east
lo  llie   west   hank- of UIU Kiyer. Iheiice liorlh-
Priy followiu.. wesl liank bflOll; U'iyer lo.pluci;
of beginning.
u    ■   '  DONALD. M.'LINKIlAM.     .
.Haled .liine'irih. !!««., :« ,!
I
f.
i
ci.
the  phle,
"I. I
tiiuieu.i
. •   MX./,IK  ,\l
ihel  lllli.   I'.lll.J.
.' . .'   . i 7/ i..
elllelll.   '
I Nil II A.'ii.
?\'oliee is hereby .;iy,.|| I lull
I inlenill., apply t,, llie ('ni'e.i
Lull, Is nil,I Wort? I.,, ,1 I i, -. • 11 -
coal and oil upon the foil,
-itliale in K,i-;| Koutcnuv
Sage Creel,'    '   ('oliitiil'llel llg   ill    il    po .1 , 111 ,11 k
l-'red    llnwiiiau's    north   easl   corner   plitul
n I,on I eight niiles from t he m nil I I.i of sa id (.'re
lab
III days nil
lief l '0111 mission,-,' of
.•ll-,,'. I,, |,r,i7|,eel fin"
wing described lands
iii   I he  east   bunk   of
i
,1
I;
and uboiil njne mil,-7 north ironi 'he bouixbir;
line: thenee   wesi' so   chain-.  I heiic.i soin h si
chains, thenee ea-i sn'cha in.-,   thence   north   si
chains lo place oi coiinueiie nl.
|.'lf|.',D IIOWMAX.
1-inted .September f,tli, |!>0J.        ' 39
,   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby gi yen I bill IIP days al'ler dale
I inlend In apply to Ihe (Ihief Commissioner of
Lu'uils aud Worlis for a license to prospect for
coal iind oil upon ilu; following described hinds
situate, in I'lasl Koolenuy 'on.tin; wesl side of
sa.;..' creek. Cnnuncnelng ar a post niarked
..'ily.ard 'IV 1,'icha rds- soul h east corner planted j.
.'• leet noi-lli west from, Alberl K. I ngham's '■'■
n,Hat post. Ihenee west' SP ehains. Ihenee
norlh SU chains, tin nice ensl sn chains. Ihenei;
souih su chains, to Ihe place of couiuieucemeul.
Loealed Scplemlicr lith. I'.itli
■ ll'.l- niiWAb'D '!'.   IMOllAKllS.
WAN'I'HD-A TlfUS'rwOICril V (1KN-
TLKMAN Oil. IVAOV ill (;;i,i;ll cotiiil.y |,(i
niniiifo'i! luiriint'ss fur :tti old o.sljililislicd
house:,(if s<ilid liii.'iiic.i.'il slilmliii^-. A
si,i"i,it;lil'. Ikiiiji, li<l<; 'weekly salary (if ••Rsi
piliil li.V c.ln'.i'.k' eaeli Wednesday wil.li
all i;x|ienses direct, from headquarter.-?,
Money .'idytinc'eil fur expenses!
Aituiuoer. 'Ml} Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
->■ THE PROSPECTOR, ��� PORT.'STEELE.-B., G, OCTOBER  1902.  K'  i  SATUKDAY, OCTQIIKI^IS.  \W2  I-'Al'K   A   (IliAVK   CHI SI ft.  Loudon. Oct.   Hi.      rCvcrvlliiiii,'  iudiciitcs 11 ui I I lie A u I urn mcs.-khi  immense  of I'iirliiiiiicut. which opi'iicd  lo-  d;iy, will wil.ncss intensely (>x-  oif.iii^ dobnlcs Tiirei' <|ii(>*lions  of tlic highest iiii|)oi-l!inc(' lire to  could before I ho lunw of coin-  moiis���tliff oducatioii-il bill, tlie  Soutli Africnn sclllemont tind  Ihe Irish bill. Upon I hose the  opposition will, iiiiiki' ii, tierce  li<>'lit.. 11 is I'ivM.v udniilted iliul  the now ministry i'liccs ;i yriive  situation and llie. developments  are e'i��-erly awaited.  lAir the moment 1 lion; is'a lull  in   the 'di>'ushion   as   to   South  Africa, :ind the educaiioiia,! issue  holds the. Held '     The' "uiK'Olil'oV-  ini,sls  throughout    tin1   cuiinl'ry  ai'f pled.a'iiii;-   I iieinselves.   hi   refuse to p;iy school   ttixt's   if  t'lie  liill passes "m its , pres"iit ' shape,  , iis a protest,,  ii.miiiiM   the  grants  ' proposeil to bo made under il .to  schools., in   which   sectarian   religion is lauolil,.   Nearly 20'o free  ci'iurcli   councils in. various parts  of   tho   country    have   adopted  ' resolutions of defiance  iind   for-  'warded   t.hein   to    the   premier.  Many i. municipal'  councils   con-  t.rollod by nonconformist, inajori-  ,  lies have formallyi decided 'that  if Ll'io bill passes Ihey will refuse  to  obey   the  direction   with  re-.,  sped,  lo iakin<r, over   from 'tlie  school   boards .the  nianu��-eine'!it  '���of schools.    Xolhini4- in the .history    of   modern    rOiiirlund   ;ip-  l>ro;ic;hes this  I'or  ovicanized , resistance to an act of parjiainenl.  As Mr.   I Jill four's  reputation' is  bound up with the ineiisiiro it   is  a matter of life or death.1o  him.'  The   problem   is  a hard one and  niity u]iS(M   the   niinislry.   winch  would mean a dissolution of Par  liament.   ' If ParliaAuuil -.should  ,l>e dissolved a liberal  victory,, in  t Ins, elections is deemed  (J'orlain.  Then King lOdwtir'd   would   send  for Lord RoSebery'lo or��ani/.e a.  o'ovornmtMit. . II tin* Kirl should  over succeed in   I't'iriitiuii "a   ministry   with   ii   working-  niiijority  be'niud    il"  poliiiciiins   are very  doubtful il il could la.-d lonii.  Uelweeu this education, bill  dilliculty and the hish (piestiou  t.he'j)a,th of Mr. I >alfour.���aiul liis  associates appear thorny indeed.  I<]'i��-hl, Irish members of Parliament already are in jail under  Ihe coeicion act iind six others  have been summoned to appear  before the crimes act courts.    It  Opportunity  For  (retting  a   Beautiful  Watch  I   ���    and  Chain  Free.���No  Money  Required.���Every   Man, ' Woman,   Boy   or   Girl   has   the  , same Opportunity  under oui  System  In order Ui have Dr. Arnold's Knelisli  Toxin I 'ills placed in Ilu-  hands ol   till  persons siitlfi-ino- I'l-imi, 1,-kI   health   uv  make tin' following most  lilii-i'iil oll'i-r:  11-.vim tvill send its your iiiinii' anil address  and   ayree   in  ...ell, lor its twelve  holO's  of'  Dr.   Arnold's ICiiiilisli   Toxin  I'illhiil iV. per hu.v. we will   "ive  you  AIISOHT'I'MLY     Kit KM     A       ISK.\ C'l'l l"' 17 L  WA'I'CII   ami CHAIN    iii   either   Ladies  or (Irnl- sj-/e. ur your choice nl   I vwnt.v  nt her   premiums  such   :i>   line  m;1.-.  of  Jewelry.    Ilino.^.    Violins. 'Mandolin.'..  Tea Sets. Sateen   Skirl.-.. Camera-.. e,l,c,  Konienilier     we     dov't    WAN'T    aw  MOMOV   until   after  you,,-.ell  Lite I'ills  and   you   don't > have   to' sell any more  lli.'in   12   boxes   to   oci   tlic   premiums.  This is a lionti lide oiler from a I'elinlile  concern   thtit   litis  ^ivon   thousands,  ol  dollars worth ol premium* to a^euls all  over tlie couut.ry.   I!eineinher also ihal  l)r. Arnold'.-. Kitolinli   Toxin I 'ill.-, are :i  well known remedy for sill   diseases   ol  llie    kidney'   and     bladder. , Hrijiht's  disease, diahetes. rheumatism, nervous  1 rouble-.,   and   fomiile  complaints,   and  arc; for Male liy'all lirsl   class ,driifr��i(.N  and dealer.-* in niodieiiie.s i/i nil parl.s o|,  the world. Von have only to .show them I  to  .sell   them.      Von   are   nol   oH'orine,  .some! iii no-tliat, tlie people don't   know.  Our watches are tlio   regular  standard  .si/o   for    Ladies   and    ('lentlemon   ���in  Nickel or ("Inn Metal Cases w ilh   hand-  somo   illiiminaled   dials   aud    reliable  lime-keepers, watclies .siich.iis  no   lud,\  oi'..o'ont Ionian need lie ashamed lo carry  and they will be  ,scn1   ab.solntely   Free  lo  all   who  sell,only   twelve   boxes ol  those wonderful Toxin I'ills.    'Write. a1  once and be llie first, in yofu  locality to  yet one of those, beautiful  watches and  chain.'     As  soon   as   wo   receive   your  lel.ter .or   |lost  card   we   will send you  post paid twelve boxes,   together   with  our Illustrated   Catalogue  and   bountifully colored card with your name   and  address   on''as   our  atilhorr/ed   ao'onl.  Moar in niind-llial you will not   bo  asked lo sell any more than   1- .boxes   ami  WO    POX'T    WANT* AN'V    MON KV    lllll il  alter you have sold them.    We bear all  i he expense ami arc only  inakini;   this  liberal oll'eras'a nicihod ol lidvertisino  Dr.   Arnold's    K'nolinh'    Toxin     I'ills.  Don'l, delay, write at once  and   earn   a  beaiililul    present     for ��� .\oursell     tor  ('li rist mas.  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO.,' Dept.  132  .")0 Adelaide Si. Kast. Toronto. Out.  #  V  Headauarters   for   IVIining   and   Commercial   IWLen  The  Windsor  All    Modern     Conveniences  ' ' * i >  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C.  i- ' '/  ��� 0 i  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Bdm.iAf^r. Wood'scPIioBplioaino,  The Great English JRane&y.      I  Sold and recommended by all |  druggliits in Canada.  Only reliable medicine discovered.   Six J  .  _ ���packages guaranteed to cure'-'all  forma of Sexual Weakness, all effects of aliuse  or excess. Mental Worry. Excessive use'ofTo-  Daoco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, sl x, $5. One will please,  si�� will cure. Pamphlets free to any address.  ' IUo Wood Company, Wmddor, Out.  Sold bv A. W. I'.leasdell, I)rny'"is1;.  "<     ���*��� TV,  The Mining Center of Soutli East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral, Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  i ,     / ��� r  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Grazing and the  i ^  Lumber Industry,  are Prominent  Features of the  ( , 0 9  District.  is tho ��-cnoriil opinion. Iiowovur.  that sucli shallow expciliunls tiro  oJ' no pcM'iiuuicul value! tvncl soino-  thinji- of n woiichtior r',h;it-;iclci-  will have lo bo done ii' llie problem 's lo bo solved nt nil.  TlilAI.  OF   MO.NMTOK   WYOMINli.  V\riishinp;loii. U.'C, Oui. I(i.���  About ihe navy dopurl uionl, considerable intorosl, is maiiilVstpd  in thi' I rial ol' Ihe Monitor  Wyoiuiua-, which i.s scheduled lo  ta.ko place today over ihe Sanlii  IJnrbara course. Little doubt, is  expressed ainoiii; lihosc who  have followed her progress oi"  const ruction Ihiil the craf'l will  be able lo meet the speed requirements o!'oli-ven and a liiilf  knots an hour.  ANDREW    NIZIDUj  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  IIOUSK ,\XI) S1L1N 1'AIN'riNCl  (JAI.OlMINIMd :iml I'ATKH IIANOIMO  W'e have nut Enhanced llie pi ice nl  our tiilmcciis. Amlier siiinUiuu tnliacco  Hobs, t'lirreiii-s and l-'air i'lay cheui'ne  Kihaecns are tlie -a me si/.e and |irice tu  llie Cniisiiiner as Im-inei 1> . We liaw;  aUn i-xlended llie lime lor lite reileinji-  tioii ol SiiiiwsIkic laes to .lann'ai'y 1st.  11101.  'I'iik Kmimiu: 'roisAceo < 'o..  Ltd.  .      PORT KTRELW,  11.  C.  J3^"   All   work .lu-omptly done.  J. TAENHAUSER  WATOIIMAKKH  and   .1K.WHI.KI1  Kiiurnx inn  Ui\'erside Avenue.  Ii'ort  Steele.   I>. ('.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  'Copyrights &c.  Anyoneflonitlni; imlcctoli iind cIpnri-IpUoii tuny  nii|c:kly UMccrdihl our fipinloli froo whct.liur iiii  iiivi-iilioii Ih iirolmtily imtontiililo. Cimiiiiinilcii.  tioujiHtrlcl.iyconlldeiilial. HniHlliooUon I'hI.i:iiIh  Hent. (n.Mi. (HiIijmI iiuiMiny forHi.currnlr i.atoiil.i.  1'iitoiilH tiikon llnoiiuli Sliinii &/('��. ri'iiulvn  tiieclal notice, wlf.lioiii. clmruc. In tlio  Scientific Jfrnerican.  A liiinilsnincly Illustrated wenkly. ].nri;cat clr-  ciilHtliin <>f anv m.icnlliK! Joiirniil. '1'iiriiiH. $11 a  year: four months, $1.  Solii byull nuwailcnlo���.  MUNN & Co.36,Broadwa^ New York  '   Branch OfHce. C26 P SU Wiialilnnton, D. C.  Tho Best Is None Too Good For You  And ue can furnish yon wiih the  r.KST lor nn iiiere ih.in yiui niie'ht pay  lor ihe woitST. ilicrclnrc. don't ihrou  away nund ininiey I'm- piioi- sorviee. lint  il yon are noine- l'-..isi. m- have friends  c(imini> Wesl. lei iislell yon what we  can oiler nn ('hicii^o. Washinylon. Xew  Voi'U. r.oston. St. I.niiis. New Orleans.  Memphis, and all iiilei-ineili.'iie point-.  Our rails are laid in loiirleeii dill'ereiil  stales nl the 1'iiiou.  ('oinntuiiieale will, lis re^.tidiiii;  Ireinhi and passoiioei sei \ ice: li's a  pleasure lo reply loxoui- letter.  .I.C.   Ij.VDSKY. I'..   II. Tl.MWIISI'U..  T..|.'. .t r. A.     ('oininer.'ial  A^eiil.  II.-! 'I'h'ird Sl..'.    Toi-Hand.   Orison.   "  . '���!'      '        ���'���'������'  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite office  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  World's Scenic Route  DIRECT LINE  KAST WKST  New Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Ska^-uay  DlUVMHI  Seattle  I 'oi-lland  San (''rancisco  ASSAYING  ,   (':. K. .Nicholson.  I 'i.'/ri.ii.'.i'.i nn UK.iii, 11. (!.  (I.li'i'.nsi'il Iiy IJnivlin-liil i.'iivi-i-iiiiiciiI..,)  Cold and silver. .  .-$2.(1(1,  Silver and lend?  . .   2.(1(1  (lold, silver a,ud < 'upper      .'1.0(1  '('old. silver, le'adj'aiid copper..   1.(1(1  Samples   left  wit  will receive prompt attention.  J..S. CARTER.  Ll.   Carlin &  Duriek   DiS.^SS. Agi.  Wiiiiiipcu  'I'ormito  Ottawa  Montreal  St. .lohn  llalilax  Mostou  New York    i '  fl'I'KK  LAIC I: S'I'KA.MIOUS  Leave   Korl    William   Sunday. 'J'ues-  ila.\ and I'M-ulay.  Via Soo Line  SI,.   lJ;iul.   Dulnili.    Chic:i.n-o  Tourist Sleeper Sei^ice  .' ... ��� kast; ,      i. ?  Leave Duniuorc' .I unction daily for  St.- I 'aul. Kootenay l.andin^. .Tuesday  anil Saturday for Toroulo alld all Kasl-  ern I 'Hints. c ��� . : ���  ' . WIsST    '        ���    '". '...  ' Li!:ivij'Ke.velsl.olce ilai].\? for   Seattle.  V.a,neouver .'Hid coast cities.  Through Ticrk'e.l.s to Kurope via all  Atlantirjiiu.'s.  I.'rei'iaid ��� tickets    Troiii    all      /   ���  IKiints at lowest rales.  Fur   full   particulars  apply'  Ie    loi"il  ayenls.     ,        . .'''.'  K. J. COYLE,  A.(i. P. A.  Vancouver  KIMBERLEY.  Near the famous  Nelson.  The    Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.     am   ��� ^  North Star  and Svillivan iVlittes  A Ltfimited Number of Lots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  $125,To,   $-400  NOW    IS   TIM*   TIM I*  TO HOV as -prices will Ihe -advanced the .first  of the year. "������-' ,<;; , ������,-  :-<   ���  "Apply to  ^ Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg*, Man.,  BEALE & ELWELL  Fort  Steele and Kimberley, TJJR PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE,  B. C,  OCTOBER IK  1002.  5=��=>  c  <9  North"Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R.  B. C.  u FOU'l' S'iT.KU'-.. It   C.  Ke��ulur iw<-Uii|,".-lM Tm-s,l;i\ in cue!  month at i-U'liio'clock. \*isiini(,' Iticilicin art  cordially Invited.  Elk llivor.RotlKi.'.  tVinle. icKi'ilar uu'cliiiKS  held Ilrst Fi iduy of c.u It iiinlilli  Cranbroolc Uod^c. Ci'tinlp'ool;. icnulai   tiicot-  lutb held on the third Tlnu-sduy ol 'each month.  II. I.. Maiiii:h, Secretary^  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT STP.KbK. 11. 5.  Regular meetiiiiis -I'nil Tiit'-d.iy in  each month ut eiy In o'clock.  Sojourning Companions are eordi.-illy  invited.  R. L. T. (..'AIJtRMTlI Scribe K.  Professional.  '   Geo  S'McUarter j'. A. Ilui Vc>  ,     HARVEY & MoOAKTEK  jBumatcr.t,  Sulleilnrii, o  A-'otiinm  Piibiu,  Cni)i'etiit��eeiv fte.  FORT STRUM-'. 15. V.  i        ��  <���     'RKVKLSTOKE STATION and COI.DKN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  s a t uk dayT ocroT; T-3TT"i sTTiioa'  1   LOCAL NEWS. 1  vuuuiiuuiiiiuiiauauuiiuaaiiiiiiaiiv  It   is   proposed   to  organize a  masonic lodios at Windermere.  A bridge syany; is now enyaiced  in repairing tlie bridge on linker  creek.  No    Better    Investment   in   Canada!  THAN     LOTS    IN  D, V,  The Perry, creek wimoii road  will he compleied today.  J. C. Cumniin^s. P..l> S ', has  coinpletod'a survey ol' the McLean ranch.  Tlio Port Steele Hrewiny ('oin  pany   \\;ill   establish   a   brewin.'-'-  l)hmt at. I*'rank, Alberta.  Thursday.   'I'liaiilcsoiviiiy   day  was observed a.s a public holiday j  ut  Port Steele. ,  . Mary.~,vil|e     and     lYranbrook j  Were   well    reprosetiled    :'il    the  da nee Tliursdav evening-.  A number of pleasure seekers  were over, from CraiRTrook  Thursday, TlKinks.yiviiii? day.  i , -  T rfctQ   J11   Morrissey   are   increasing    in  ���uvizt        v:,i���c rapidly and would be  an  advisable purchase lo-dav at   double   the   price  �� , ��� <&  asked.  AI'TKK CAREFUL I N V KSTIC A'PIOX, promiuenl Ihimiicss  and professional , men from till over Ihe count rv, have indorsed Morrissey by becoiiiiii.'.'.- investors.   '  Do    Not   Overlook    the    Pact    lhat  COAL    IS   KING  'When   coal   is   iii   aiuindance   1 here, will he found money in  abundance nKo. ' '  THOMAS CRAHAN. Agent.  Morrissey, 15. C.  ^^->:S*-S��*V^S-S :-V>-.0 ���b%-s:?:l-:h#-fr&y?->J":rWi?-&ft*&:Z *���*+���* *#���#���{ 'S&JSvS&ipa-  %   The  Canadian Bank of commerce I  W. R. ROSS  i  Barrister       -      -       Solicitor  o  NOTARY    PUBLIC    *     '  .CONVEYANCER.' -   .  O  ���    ' . Fort   Steele,   B.   0  ��� FOkT  STUELK   UKVEI.OFSIKNTSY.SlMO'.Vi'E I.TD  ,   13H Leadenhall Street. London. K upland.  * ' '*  N. A.  VVALL1NOER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OWICK HOX S.  THOMAS   ��� Nt o V r T T f R  JP.Iw.S. cViC.E.  .    Port, Sleele P..C.  J. G. CUMMINGS  , CIVIL   ENGINEER    <  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  FOItT.STKKbR,' I J.  C. '  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTHA.CTOHS  AND  JJUILUBJtS.  l*\n-\.   Steele    D.C  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  MISS  B. MOSS. HOSpUal  MA THOU.  Uiaduuluor Si  Lukes llcisplml.  Viintouviii, It. iJ  Thid Institution litis been recently  enlarged by a new winy which is now  opeu tot- rccn'jtiot! of jjuiifetits. ' For  tfrin.-i apply to ()  MISS 13. -Moss,    or   J. F. Smith, Sec.  Matron. l-Vii't Steele. H.(J.  Some   twenty-live   couple   a I  tended the dance al the  Masmiie  hall Thursdav^eveninii-.  A large .outin.y- party from  Cranbrook was up Wild'Horse  creek Thanksaiviiiii- day. ,  A large 'number of pleasure  seekers from Cranbrook were/at  b'ish Lakes Thursday.  ~~trW  *       (    KOOteiiaV11      Boundary Line  -&��� ���L. .. "      '    Tobacco   Plains,  Hotel * *  ���ir-  &  #  A'  t ' *  ������K       Ai,(l us bi-iiiii-hi's in Cniiiilii. I lie Uiiili-il Stud's :iiid liritish Coliunliia.       *  t   Cranbrook Branoh. HUBERT HAINES. Manager.   |  ���*i ��� *       ss  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'.iiil up Ciipiliil IS.IKIU.lKlll:   Itr-ci'Vr Fund +2.lillll,(IOn:  .\u,j.|V.,,.|((. i:,.-,<)iii'<'.-s Over ilM.dOO.OtH).  I iiiuloii Ot'l'ici'; (IO I iiinhiii'J "strcul,  I-. ('.  Vuw   \ iii-I. (M I'iirii,   Id  r\cli:niKc I'lnco.  The Kootenay river K very  low. Fishing in the small creeks  'and tributaries eomimie.-s io -be  ii-ood.  Bear seem to' be ])lentiful  around Fort Stogie this year.'  .Several outing jiarties have  found this a fact during the past,  few week's..  Great iiiter.e-.l is being taken  in the big lumber 'mill', c\v Iii eh is  now under const met ion at Spulh  Ward nor.  ���I-  r\i. c.  ���,   JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  CiOOD      ACCOMMODATION    TO It    TflAVliLLlNO     MliN  A 'First Class Home  ��**  ���1-  V  *  *  ."J;. Stage line leaves Kootenay Hotel I'or 121 ko on Monday and ;J;  T{T" Friday at S :i m. Leaves 1211c Hotel on Tuesday and Sal.ur-J��  T��T day al S a.m. '   4i  ���?#r-?��r?,r?(ir%r'T��TTi,. ?��rT��TT��?TjrT|r^%TTjrTjr*��grTjr^T7grTjr ���sjr'sj? w tSP V  Britisn GoiimiDia Fo'uero Go. Ltd.  .-^���-   . n     VICTORIA, B. C.  MANtJFAO'I'IJUERfs   OF  *    V I T R I R I E D    -fr  BALT ..GLAZED   SEWER 'PIPES.  .M.I,   l\INrl)S  OF  Sa.nitary Fillings. Agricultural 'Drain Tile. Flower Pots,  Terra, Colin, Chimney Pipe and Flue Lining, Chimney "Tops,  Fire Itriclc, Fire Clay. All Kinds of Kirn 'Clay Goods,  Assayers" l^iirnaces, etc*., made lo ord^'r.  ()riiaincnla!_(Jardcn nordcr-Tilcs^-ascs^-Iilc.  Conionl,,   PJast.01"  of Pans,  Lime,  and  AD'Kimls of Ornamanlal  I'Jastet' Work       "     -   ,  OARLIN  & DURICK  (;8:Nl*ky\i.    AiKkCIIANTS  1-TunLing parties vorc out in  largo numbers _ Thanksgiving  day. "Wild Horse oreelc. Hummer's Flat and Lost, creek were  selected as . the most favored  ill aces. , ���     -  The government is doing good  worlc iii improving Iho roads in  the Kootenay valley, t.he mosl,  valuable agricultural .district of  the Kootenays. .    ,  GEARY  &l DOYLE.  "A tinio" und ������l'tiriiy" tiro, the titles  of tliu new pii-turcs "iveti to siilisurili-  i'1's ol- the L-'tiiiiily Herald aiul \\'eekl.\  Star, of Mdiitroid. tliis season. They  tire coii.sidoreil far ahead of any previously olt'ered. and Mili-eriher.^ are siti-e  io lie delighted with them. Tlic many  improvements in the Family Herald  are niiikinu dial irrctit paper aliniwl. in-  di-^pensiibie to Canudian home.-. It-,  weekly vi.-it in tlii- locality "i- yi-.-snly  appreciated li.v aliunM every family. Tt  is the liijjgesl dolhir-.s worth known in  the newspaper line.  The tide of immigration from  the States is itimed .towards  liritish Columbia. A; number of  immigrants are coming to Southeast Kootenay, via Tobacco  Plains.  .$$&<k.^^��..^.^..'^  * ' ... , jj.  4  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele^ B. C. ,:  ���ir        ' ,'���  Central I)' Situated on   Riverside Avenue;  Conducted on Up-To- Date Methods.  ���The Best Bar In Town.  , c j  U. MclVcish  PROPRIETOR.  ' B  Fort  Stock-,  Fast  1 e  kootenay  S���lLA.!.c���(sr,������,Q|jfJ0|]5|)gg|  COMPANY  Tins Svi-:i,;l is guarauleo.d-tf,) he. erpia-l lo Jessop's^or   Firths in all  IIak'u Roc.ic Wokic.  V  Sor.K AOI.'NTR  SnTJ-1    AflKN'I'R  COMPANY  crow's'Nest Goal �����  Giani "Powder company.  Llvem, feed & Sale Stahle.  Fort StPi'h- lJ..("'  Regular   nnil>   Stutf^   ni'-t-t-   all  trains at Fort rileck- J unci ion.  SADDLR A. PAC1-:  TIOriSl'.H  1 EA.MTN'(�� Ol    Al.l- MMi^  V -^I't ('I \I. M-  J.   HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEEK   BARBER SHOP  /'������''.     7 ��� '    '���:-'  Everything StricUy. FirsL Class.  Next door lo llie. ProHpector'.  ImlUtto  Cook's Cotton Boot Compound  is iracccflHfnlly niipd monthly by over  '10.000LftdleH. Safe,effectual. LttdleniiHk  C" your druKglat for Coofc'i Cotton Bool Com-  i. like no otlicr, an ��U MIzturvH, jilllnand  _   AttonH ��re danKCrotiH.  Frloo, No. 1. 11 per  Loi; Wo. a, 10 deKrec�� Htrongcr,$S yrr box. No.  4 or 1 mailed on rcoiitptot price and two��-ccnt  ��� liiiupa.    Tho Oook Oompauy WlndHor, Ont.  Mp-Nos. 1 and 'J Hold aud recommended by all  rtipotiHlble llrugglBla lu Cauoda.  'Nos. I find li Hold   in   Fort  Steele  l>y  A. W. UleasdelV Druggist.  Luin   Kin   shipped' a   load   of  vegetables to Cranbrook Frida.y.  The season has arrived for  IuitLinp: iqi stoves for the winter.  .Vow will the pipes come to-  i'ethera.s taken down? Patience  will Lleierniine the r:a*e.  Ad veil isi iiii- in rrriK l'UOK-  HiocToi; is t.he mosl nutritious  loorl lor a irrow'nii;- business.  St.  Jolm's Chun-li ol- Eng-laiul.  Srrvices will be held in t.he  Church of SI. John llie Divine  .-very Sunday eveiiin��- al ?::!() (:X  i-epl on tin- third Sunday in each  moni-li when I,be. .-..:i-fvi.-e .will be  held :U 11Y (Vclock ���'a.i.ii. li.y. the  vicar.. I he lv.ev.  II.  F.ei'chain.  lltdy (Ibiiiiiiiiiiiou will lie ad-  nlinisfered   :i'l    Ihe.   c.lose   ol"   I he  sitrvii'.e. .?������ '��� ���    ? ,  SI ranyers a.re welconie.  IMtKSIIV.TI-atlAN   < *.HI!H( til,'  Divine '.'Worship will be held  in ' the ���l 'reshylcrinn- ('liiirch  i.Vfiry   Safibath    .uiorn'in.i:- ;at    I I.  o'cliicl;.  .Sabba'.b Scbdolever.v   Sunday  al half past two o'clock.  ' Choir   practice   every . 'rhurs  day eve.niii!.'- ;iI 7:M<' o'clock.7  Pastor:  .A. L. Magdougall,.  fe Marysville^  m  JiAIJ* & SMALL,j,  Proprietors w  >j The, Pioneer Hotel.      Comfortable Bed rooms.  % l^irsl, Class Dining Kooin.  Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars.  Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty,  Ao-nnts for t.ho    MASSIOV    IIARdilS    CO.,  Limited.   ���   '  F*^raiiiig   Implements.  1 N. HANSON, 1  ��-: Gcineral Merchant AND  "  S^: SUicjtsor  Dealer.  I  T. 6. Armstrong  li'oitT S'l'i-a.n.K, 15. O.  MANUPACTURKR   OF  Pinware, Cal vat i.i zed Iron, Wheel  Iron,   Slove   Pipes   auul  Cop|iei'ware  BLIII.DINOS HKA'l'r.O -nnl VKNTILATED  I'Iiiiniiiiii4-,   I'ipf   lil Iiu.1;'   and   all  k'ukIs of sanil.a.ry .work  .Air I'i(iiit--1 lot. Bla?ii'Stoves  II yd ran lit'    a.ud    A.ir  fifies    for-  ' , 7 Mines  ' 'SI'Kt'l A I.   ATTIONTION    I'AIH    TO  1.(111    WIUMv  '���-'iJ.. COI-I-IN  TA.li.OK     y."''      ; "j.  aK'D iMi'mynoK, ()l',  FINE WOOLLENS  b'.ocK-y   Moiiulain  Avenue  VFort Steele, B. G.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  STPAUIrCHICAGO  Your tit.tLMil.idii is niilli-d lo "|,hi.  "I 'idiii'iM-, Limited',' t.r;t,iiis,nf I.lie. "M,.il-  U'li.iiki-i.' A St.; Pm 111 Itiiilw.-iy." "'I'lii- iinlv  lii'i'l'iM-l, trains in t.li<v wocli  Von will find ii. <li\sii-;i,li|<. |.(). n(|(> un  l.lii��s��7..t.c(iilis wln'-ii ���_;*<till��4* t.o iiny/jiniiil, in  I.lie KiisLern' S|.ii,l,i-s ill' ( '.-iii.-kI.-i.. -.'I'lii'-y  ciniiii'i'l. vvij.ir all 'rr;uisciiiil,iiii'iil:.-il  'I'l-iiitis und till Tii-kid, A^i-nl.s sidl  l.ii-ki'ls.  .h'or fi.ti-l ln-i- iiil-(irin:il,i(iii, |i:i.iii|ilili'ls,  etc, :isl( mii.v 'I'i'-ld'l.  A^'elil. or   ?  li. ,(..   I'VlKII.. .11.  S,   IKIU'K.       .,  I'jiss.  A^cnl., (iem-r.-il A��ri'.iil',  sroKANK. I'OK't'LANI).  S^     ATanuI'aet,urer ol' all Kinds of Luiiiher,       A lai-gu assort.      =3  ^ men 1, ol'seasoned Lunilier and Shingles a,l\va,ys r~;  S^: on hand ~^Z  ^ DIMENSION.     MJMnKlfr     A      SPECIALTY. =3  ^iuiuiiiiniiiuiiii!ainiii!Uii?uiiiUUiiiiuuiiuuiiiiiiiuatav  iiionte Gario Restaurant  ICvcryLliine   Cuolcecl  1 "as  vim   i.ik r-:  it."  THE TWOST  UI'-TO-I>ATR ,  1  I'l.ACR IN  I'OUT STKIiLii. ,  WM. ROBINSON.   Proprietor  Port    Steele  :', ���.������������:  .��F0RT;STRELR,  By C.     ,   ''r    ; ;���    . : ,=  iVIAYvrWACTIIh'IOICS     a.nii      DI.'.'I-IWISUS-    Oh'     FA'TliA ' : Pl.N IS.'  B's-^  ti   1  i ./ rt  SSj  Y,  READ. .  THE PROSPECTOR.  SOLI) ' 'BY ".'THI:.   BARRKL,    KKG:   OR! ' BQTTLKD  liolllctl, heer for family use a specialty  birrs 1 d k () 1 u> i<: 1 ;.s civ io n shm i re '.t $ i * i no m pt ��� a '.pt io n.t i < .> n ���  SATISFACTION GUARANTKED m^fe.  z & Scott,  Prop's.   :.

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