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 IJluMiv of Lc"? As-  v3'#.>^Vy6r<!-  '-?:/,'At-  ft  �� '            $  �� .|  * Devoted  o the upbuilding % '���'  * f  % ���      OF   !   >RT   STEELE.          ��  * *  * lnd.'pcii ..'lit   in   Politic*.    ��  It! '                                           *  * *  * - *  *  5"  ', *  *  *,  ff.?  ;*.  THE   PROSPECTOR?CON-  TAINS ALL PUBLIC NO  TICES AND GIVES THE   >,-* V.*>  ^ *,r '-fV^J  LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  AND LOCAL NEWS.  #��JPlP#*#��#*#��*##***,|HIH*jfc*j_j_ ��� Ijijjji  t,  Vol. G.  FORT  STEELE, E. C, SAT,/7i?JL)Alr.   SERTBMBBR 1, 1900.  No 85.  --   vi !f  *    .rl_> I  ���'-.'t>l  New A  /ertisoments To-aay.  NoLlcc���Diml V. AI.ill  , Nolle,'--AI tin    .1. Molt.  l'l.iii.:.'i Dm.' lull    .  K. L T. tJull .ilh   An Important Strike.  Ono, ol tlies most important  strikes o\ ir made in'the district  was rocei iiy made in tho vicinity of R"i iio. .In6-! opposite the  lown si to ;s tho river, a large  body of liiia iron ore lias been  uncovered. The lodge is said lo  bo 27 fool in width. .It is said  Ihal, JVin .ylvaiiia capital i.s interested i i lhe property.  j '  Then  in   the  nd ics  t. :i Wild Horse.  i   considerable activity  ti ,  f.'>  Tl     n  t'S-  1 V  on   Wild   Horse.  Robert  IJ to  is developing  his  , nickel Ilu   n near tho old   town,  Col. Doiif/Verty  is  working  his  claini on Brewery crook. " In're-,  gard to tl..s claini it is said there  is a splon.iid showing,  although  the coi.nn I is reticent regarding  it,.        Mr.    McMillan 'is    going  ahead] v.:li rthc   work   on   his  claims opposite Brewery ' creek.'  Tlfo   liiini"!    lias   .reached^   the  gravel.   :...d "'beforei,  long    the  ���   'theory'pP t lf>sl   channel,   upon  which he has been "working . for  '.'the past fi.'o years, will be fully  demonslri.'od. v  '     At fhe Diiponf work has  boon  continued  .toadiiy  i'or  lhe   past  year,    wi. i   results   which   are  ,. gratifying lo lhe owners.  At the (lolden Five work has  been-temporarily stopped, ( for  what reif-.i:! has not been learned. J. W ��� Larson continues tlie  developing it of Ihe -Carbonate,  one of tho John Bull group. During a reco'd ,visit to town Mr.  Larson expressed the belief "that  the group vou 1 fl turn out an excellent jiro peri y.  ./The" Bill Myo.group. of -claims'  "'is being tl irou'ghly developed, a  trail has been made to the property and now it is easily accessible.- L. V. Moody who was here  a few week , ago, has taken an in-  'lerest inVu Claims. W. M. Violet has cli." rgo of the work.  . There ai." a number of other  claims in 1 hai section upon which  a greater . v less amount of work  is being do ie with good, results.  The gener I opinion seems to.be  that in tiino the mines on Wild,  Horse creek'and its tributaries  will be well known-to" the min--  iug world,'  lored, all of which curries l'rco  gold. The. shaft i.s now down  ten feet. A largo sample was  brought down and expressed to  Ottawa.       ���   ,  K J. Higbye'-b? doing'assessment work on fhe Texas, a properly adjoining the Big Chief.  Assessment work is being  done on the Midas and Mary  Stewart owned by Harry Brown  Ih  NEWS    FROM    CHINA.  This   work -is  showing   up  property in good shape.  \\  1   \   i  1        Rich Ore on Perry Creek.  A discovery of gold   and  copper on the north fork  of  Perry  creek near' the  summit has'attracted    considerable    attention  ' from  the  appatonl  richness  of  the ore  tli.il   has  been   brought  down.    Th.j ore-car ri os  copper  pyrites, gi iy   copper   and   gold.  The gold i.. plentifully scattered  through the rock and  is  visible  without fl.-' aid  of a  glass,   in  ' fact, scarcely a piece of lhe rock  but what v 11 yield gold   to  the  pan.  . The for!ii.mlo locators of the  claims are D. W. Mini roe and  Henry Eli.T. Mr.'' Munroo -in  speaking oi' the property said:  "The clah..s are located on the  headwater-, of Perry crook probably over a mile from the lake  and falls,,:it an elevation of between 0,00 > and 7,000 feet above  sea level. 1 fouud the lloat some  time ago li.it did not locale tho  claims unld a couple of week's  ago. The hind, which is a contact one be', ween slate and syenite, has been tr.iced through live  claims wl ich we have located.  The led-.-e m the surface i.s eight  feet bol woe i walls and the pay  chute is I'1 oin one to three feet  with a dip of about thirty do-  ,.; south. if surface  jnean anything we  .1 properly. i  ���nod that the Perry  creek trail .vill be extended up  the  creek   lo  the   summit   this  fall. ���        ;  On 3oi(lder Croek'.  Work on the Dupont is still  going iiho.id and lhe tunnel is  now in i!<id foot. A new shaft  'was con.in .-need a short time ago  in a place not before prospected  with the iv-.ult that some exceptionally good quartz was eneouu-  St. Mary's District.  , What  is   known   as   Iho   Sl '  Mary's district of lhe Fort Sleele  mining division, is situated about  2a miles up the Sl.  Mary's  river  to the forks.   > The river divides  tit this point into what   is  called  the  north and souiii fork.'",On a  creek   formerly  known . as'' copper creek,  now" called  Pyramid  creek', i.s situated   a   number of  most promising properties.   The  summit has an elevaiidn ol  T.'i'OU  feel.   The mountains in this pari  of the Port Steele district belong  to the Puree 11   range,   and   from  any lofty .elevation can  bo.seen  a    far-sti:etching   seakol'   lolly,,  t   - -if ,J '  sharp-crest ed summits with deep  heavily-wooded valleys.  These mountains comprise  well-stratilied quarlzite, sla'es.  shales and silicious liiiie<Mo!ii\s,  overlying schists and gneisses,  and broken through-hy areas of  eruptive rock, from which intrusive sheets lie as if embedded'  wiih the sedimentary rocks.  Those���bedded 'rocks have boon  filled up to angles of 20 lo -l."i de  gross, forming sharp-pointed  ridges. ,��� ,  An English company- is now  engaged in opening up a number  of claims upon which a consider-  able amount of- work- has been  done. Y A variety of-ore-has been  disclosed as-work has proceeded,  gold-bearing copper "ore in some  of the veins, silver-lead- ' in  others, and while-.the, veins so  far"developed were large" iirsizo,-  sorae fine ore has been encountered.  Nearly all of the veins have a  strike of N-00 W, and a dip N-  30 E, or are vertical. They traverse both- the stratified and  eruptive rocks.  ;   borne,fourteen claims in   and  Black   Flags   on   tho    Aggressive.���  Troops Bound Noith, ���Hold  Jji Hung Chang.  London. Aug. 2!i.���Tlio Hong  Kong correspondent oi Ihe Times  wiring yeulerday says:  ���'There are reports of continued aggression by 'black Mags'  on the iiorlh river iind of Iho  deliberate destruction of missionary; property."  An American Escort.        .  Washington,    Aug.    2h.���The  war  department   yesterday   received the following:  "Taku, China, (no date).��� Adjutant-General,    Washington: ���  Have offered assistance to   Baroness Arou  K'etteler.      Will   Jur-  uisli her transportation andy escort lo Tientsin in   a   few' days.  Have olfored   transportation   accommodations to  Nagasaki also.  '���CHAFF RE".  Baroness   Von   Ketteler,   the  widow ol the murdered Gorman  minister lo China, i.s  an   American, being a daughter  of  President  Ledyard  of  the  Michigan  Central railroad, whose homo is  at Detroit, Mich. ;  Japanese Troops Bound North.  Vienna, Aug. 2R.���The commander oi the Austrian armored  cruiser, Kaisoriu Maria Theresa,  in a dispatch Irom' Cheefoo,  which is not dated, reports-that  Russian and .Japanese troops arc  advancing northward   from   L'e-  Old Abu or Chickamon Stone in  any other mining section they  would create a genuine excile-  meni. One man said there were  no boiler showings in all of the  Boundary creek country, and it  is certain lhat the outcrop of the  Le Hoi or Center Slar at Rossland could not compare with  what is shown on the two claims  mentioned.  It i.s .singular that��so little attention is paid by mining men lo  lhe wonderful showings in lliis  part of the country.  WAR   IN "CHINA.  nn.  Hold Li Hung' Chang-.  Paris, Aug. 2~i.���Admiral  Cotirrojolles. ihoJhYonch commander 'in Chinese waters, has  cabled lo the navy department  hero th:i>a council of-fhe admirals has notified the foreign lega-'  lions a.t Pekin that, it has been  decided to hold Lirllung Chang  bfrlxiard'ship until thc_ opening  'of"iit.!goYinlions between thopow-  ,ers and China.  grees to t!  indication;  have a ;\ re  It is   lei 1  'arqund>ithe basin >;of Pyramid  .croek have been crown granted,  and some twenty or thirty others  have sufficient _ work done so  crown grants could be applied  foi\ ,  . To'fhe west.'and north a.large  number of locations have been  made on copper and lead lodsres,  and a strong- galena ledge has  been discovered,";easily traceable  through four claims.  In South Easl tCootenay tho  construction of the proposed  north and sonffh railway will be  of great, influence, as more ]ire-  sislont prospecting, and a greater  amount of development work  will bo done on both sides of tho  Kootenay r'ver. The Wild Horse  Tracy, Wolf and ' Sheep creek-  districts, Cherry creek-and Skookum Chuck, the Windermere  district, and Xho country lying  between the headwaters of Mc-  Murdo creek- south to Toby  creek will be more thoroughly  prospected, and the immediate  construction of this railway will  encourage a greater amount of  actual development work, thereby attracting capital lo this portion of Easl, Kootonay.  MToyie News.  A rich strike was made on Ihe  Black Diamond and Mizpah  claims, situated eight miles  norlh of Moyie, near the head ol  the lake. Tho owners claim  that'they have two and a hall  loot ol galena ore.  Chas. Farrell has a force ol  men al work 011 the Society Girl.  One" carload of ore has 'been  shipped.  Tom Ruder has returned from  Cape Nome. . Mr. Rader is manager of the Aurora mine.  The Aurora properly on lhe  west side of the lake is looki 11��  better than over, and (.ho chances  are favorable for it "becoming u,  shipper before the snow Hies.���  .Moyie Leader.  Riot at Hause'r Junction.  'A gang of murderous Italians  stabbed a section foreman, thou  shot two young men who sought  to defend him. then killed fore-,  man Farrell.  Sheriff Bradbury with a posse  of thirty, men went to  the junction  on  a special   train aud at  rested a score oJ Italians.  Buller's Advance.  London. Aug. 30.���Lord Roberts reports under date of Belfast, Aug. 20:    '-  ���'Buller's ..advance occupied  Machedorp this .afternoon. The  enemy made a very poor 'Stand  and retired northward, followed  by Dundonuld's mounted troops,  who could not proceed beyond  Helvetia on account of the difficult, nafnre of the country and  tlic enemy taking up a position  too strong to be dislodged by the  mounted troops. II appears that  Buller's disutilities were" very  few.  "French continued fhe movement today as far as Kiandsfon-  tein. from which he turned the  enemy out with no difficulty.  The kilter retired very rapidly,  leaving cooked food behind.  General Buller'scasiialiiies Aug.  27 wore, killed, one officer and  thirteen men: wounded, seven  officers    and    til'ty-seven     men.  Gold Placers at Windermere.  Windermere, Aug. 2tf.-���Prospectors are said to have discovered rich placers forty in iles up  Toby 'M-eek. It, is said that, the  grave! will yield ��1 to the pan.  Hairy Hughes has gone to  Spokane.  Sieve Young and George  Geary has linislied the assessment work on tho Garland claiin.  They have a line showing of galena.  The Charleiiioii elaiin has I I  inches of ore in one cut and 12  inches in another The eha racier of the ore is a hnrh-grado  galena.  Mining Notes.  While not, much is being said  about the Estella these days, if  is said that Ihe work of development is still going on, and ' that  the showing is. a splendid one.  It is also said that the property  gives every appearance''of making a mine'.  , Considerable 'hydraulic work  is being done on the Wild Horse  placers this year. One of the  Chinese companies will make a  clean-up in about a month.  The Kootenay Perry Creek  Company operating on French  creek, a tributary of Perry  creek-, are pushing development  rapidly. The ledge recently encountered it is estimated is fully  twenty teet wide and bids fair to  prove an important factor in in:  creasing lhe value of the property, as it is said the quartz'carries excellent values in ,gold_  This company is doing more  work'than any other corporation  in, South' East Kootenay excepting the North Star,, Sullivan and  Si^Eugene. - ,   '  Ernest Mansfield who has a  bond1 on' the Harris group of  mines in White Grouse country,  will practically complete the  deal in a sliort time     Mr. Mans-  v.  field has just relumed from Lon,-  don.    '     ���    ' -i  Reports from Sand creek are  to the effect thai nearly all of lhe  properties in that vicinity are  showing ii]i better then ever with  the assessment work whicli has  recently been done.  The mines about Phillipps are  attracting much attention. Several capitalists .from ������ Chicago  have been there for some time  looking'over the promising prospects on Phillipps and other  creeks.  There is no let up to the work  on the North Star and Sullivan  mines. The ore is going out  from bolh'properties in a steady  slream. With the installation of  the new compressor on the .Sullivan ^he output will be increased to 50 or 00 tons daily.  Work is now being done on  the claims of E. J. Walsh on  Weaver creek.  Felix Rock will shortly commence work on his' claims at  Chiuatown on the Wild Horse.  Tho claims are known as the  BlackDiamoiid and Armor Plate.  'Phe Black Diamond is a galena  properly carrying gold and copper. The Nickel Plate is gold  quartz carrying excellent values.  A gang 01 six men went out  last week* lo develop the proper-  British Marines  Landed..-Russia  is  for Peace.  SlKM'IllI tO THK l'KOM'K.'I'dK.  British marines have landed  at Ainoy (o" protect the concessions.  The .Japanese have withdrawn  their forces upon assurance been  given by the Chinese authorities  that the law will be observed.  Jtussia ha.s sent a circular to  the powers for the opening of  peace negotiations, selecting Li  Hung Chang asthe chief ropro-  sentative of China.  Telegraph Brevities.  Mr. Clifford Siflon, minister  of the interior, has left Ottawa  for Brandon. '.  The annual convention of llie  British Columbia" Conservatives  is in session at' New Westminster.  The Newfoundland cod fisheries are a failure.  o  Drft Lorranger of Montreal is  dead.  A big gold strike is reported  from the Stewart river country.  The C. P. R. strike,,is settled  and the men have resumed work.  John McKenzie a.marine tire-  man was drowned'at Wharton,  Ont.   .  Mr. and Mrs." A'. Rescia and  child were burned to death in  Vancouver. '  The C. P. R. brought into  Winnipeg two trainloads of eastern excursionists. , <  " A Japanese report says that  the emperor and empress left  Pekin on the 14th and rested at  Wau-shou-shan,            '  Prom Shanghai comes a report that the empress dowager,  after proceeding one days jour-,  ne,y"fronV Pekin, became terrified  at the looting of. General  Tung  As he was going out oi the room  he   remarked:���"Don't   blow  if  out, just turn u   oil",   for  if  you  blew it out you would be- ->motb  ered"    Our fi iend was too much  astonished to say  anything   but  wenl to .the mirror to see if there  was any hay in his hair and then  sat down on the bed and laughed  long and -loud.     The next morning he went to a  lonsorial  artist  and  capillary   rejunevator.   and  had a good shave and  hair  cut.  Tun     Pko.si*i:ctoi;     refrains  from   mentioning   the  name of  the gojutlomau, nor  will il   mention the name of-thc clerk.  SOUTH   AFBICAN.   WAR   NEWS.  Conservative Meeting-.  On   Saturday evening   last   a  meeting ol   the   Liberal-Conservatives of Fori .Steele  was   held  at the Hotel Windsor which  was  well attended.     T.  T.  McVittie  was elected chairman, and A. W.  Bleasdell, .secretary and treasurer.    .J. A. Harvey road   the   announcement calling the meeting  and explained its object.     Delegates were elected io attend the  convention at New Westminster.  A large number of  names fweic  added  lo ,the  membership ��� list.  The meeting then adjourned tin-.  til',Monday evening. '  tie.-, of IS. .1. Walsh on Perry  creek. , Considerable worlc has  boon done on this ground and il  is showing up well.  Bull Rivui.Mines.  Mining properties which must  al tract attention before long are  those on Bull river. People who  are familiar with that section  unite in saying that   were   the  Coal Shipments.  More shipments of coal to  England will be -made (his weelc.  One oi tho consignments will be  fhe order of the British admiralty, ll i^> the opinion of coal  dealers U,at many, million tons'  "will be si.'iil across (ho Atlantic  b -fore the present crisis is ended.  ^  Is '.'Bobs" ChiofP  London, Aug. 2'A.���The Daily  Mail ihis morning claims to have  the highest authority for (he ascertain that Lord Robert's has  already succeeded Lord Wolsle.y  as commander-in-chief of the  British army.  Fuh   Siang's  troops- and ��� went  back io Pekin.  The Japanese hold fhe com-"  mand of the gales of -the Forbidden City, and are wailing in-'  structions as to whether' lo hold  them or destroy them".  In Great Britain the policy of  the United States towards China  is watched with interest.'  ISngland fears that France has  sinister designs. A dispatch  says that the French government are preparing for war,  there can no, longer be any  doubt.  Japan has been watching Europe, and,observers are uncertain as to what." her statesmen  intend.    ,    tf  Newspapers in all parts of  England have contained scare  articles on the active French  military and naval preparations'.  1 The eight-oared crow of the  Vesper Boat Club of Philadelphia won the trial heat by fifteen  lengths, defeating a crew of the  Nautical Club of France.  Bob Fitzsimmons has a swell-  head, caused by his defeating  Sharkey. He now wants lo  tight Jim Jeffries this week, but  .Jeffries says nay.   -  Corbett Wins.  Spri-lnl tn The I'icispbctoh.  New   York,   Aug.   31.���J.   .  Corbet! defeated Kid  McCoy  in  less than five rounds.  Taken'for a Hayseed.  A gentleman well known in  Toronto and East Kootenay paid  a visit to Fort Steele last week,  aud, of course, . put up, at the  principal hotel. :.,H.e-"did.h6tbear  Ihe ear marks , of a -^resident of  the rural- districts, nor did- lie  look like a -person who might-be  imposed upon by the green  goods man;, He spout the day  in taking in the sights of the  town, visited the building erected by the Government, saw the  water tower, and gazed af the  magnificent displays in the windows of the palatial stores of  Fori Steele, i Finally being fatigued with sight-seeing sought  the hotel about Id .o'clock, and  asked for his room. The .polite  clerk said .bar, would show him to  it. "No," said our friend, j ''you  give me Uie.nu.nibe!v 1 can find'  if, but the clerk insisted and  escorted the guest to 347, and as  they entered t.he room the clerk  struck a match on the under side  of his leg aud lighted- the gas.  The Provincial House.  Special to Tup: Piiosi't-.i.-iou  .Victoria, Aug. Jrt.���During the  past week at the legislature a  number of most important subjects have been up for consideration, and in some instances,  .through the peculiar circumstances of the present session,  their further discussion has been  stood over to the riexl session.  This'is the case with regard to  a general redistribution ol the  seats of the Province. On either  side of the house it was admitted  that,the sudden increase of the  population in ,cpriain sections  had ��� 'seriously "affected the  equity of the' present arrangement, so lhat in some of  the newer constituencies there  was eight times as many voters  as iw some others. It was hold  however lhat until the conclusion of the ., Dominion census,  which will probably be taken  next spring, no interference  should be made al present, and  Mr. Brown's motion was accordingly voted down as inopportune^  The' supplementary estimates  were brought down during the  week. These provide lor an inspector of the assessment rolls  of the province, and the government expects that through closer  attention and equalization in this  matter, -the revenues will be  largely increased.  About thirty bills yet remain  uncompleted.        , - c  Lord     Roberts     Wants     Canadian  Troop to Remain.���Prisoners  Released by the Boers.  ���-lo-ilul to Tub I'nosPKcnoic '  London, Aug. 31.���Lord  Roberts has asked  that  the Canadians be allowed   lo   remain   in '  South Africa a' few months longer.  Gunner Bradley of E. Battery  died of enteric fover at Kimber-  ley. , ,-   ,  Trooper,JBurnoll, and  While!};,  of Strathcona Horse are wounded.  (  The British prisoners a I Nooil  Gedachl have been released  by the Boers and are marching  to join Lord Roberts.  Winnipeg, Aug. 31. ��� Four returning invalids, Segeant.C'ol-'  lins und Pete Smith of' the  Siralhcona's, and Privates Fish  and McCulloin   01   the   Mounted  t��;  Rifles, were interviewed at Winnipeg   while    passing   through  to their homes in the west.        . ,  A cyclone did much damage in  Mafeking. ,  ;i  ls��l  <f.S|  Canadians Appreciated.  ���  That the people of Great Britain have the'most thorough  appreciation  of  the splendid services of   the   Canadians  in   the  Transvaal ha.s been demonstrated  in an unmistakable manner. This  morning one hundred Canadians  belonging to Strathcona'h Horse,  who  had   been   invalided   from  South Africa, and had  been   recuperating at Shornclilfe.   arrived in London enroute for  home.  They, received  a  splendid  ovation on every hand.     All   along'  the route' they   wero  onihusias  .Ileally cheered.     Thousand*  ol  Londoners turned out to welcome  tlio  splendid   Canadian   lighters  'upon their arrival a I Ihe railway  station, and-wherever they went  they   wore  almost   embarrassed  at tlie attention   showered   upon  Ihem. 'I'.They were given   a  I re-  inondoiis send-olf as Ihey dep.n t-  ed for Liverpool losail for home.  Sullivan Shares  The stock ol the Sullivan  mines is steadily advancing,  sales being made on Tuesday at  13.}. Tur. PuosrKCTOii has frequently mentioned this stock as  being a good investment at nil  ing prices, and there is no reason  to change this opinion.    The iu-  '   '    The Railroad.  While nothing new "has- been '  heard regarding fhe railroad for "  some time past,  there'seems   to  be no doubt,   in   the  minds   of  those best informed! but that' its  early   construction   i.s   contemplated.'     The   item "which  has  been going  the" rounds of -the  newspapers.,relative to' the,con-"  strnction of the road,' Jias  been,  continued at-''the  head   office at'  Montreal. '  , "    "-  Because surveys' were not commenced   at   'once   many   peoplo"  have become skeptical'and ,ex-'  press doubt as to the  intentions    ,  of,the company lo recognize this  section of tho country.       "\,'/'1 '  To such as doubt we  will   sayr  we-have the assurance of the'ex-""'  .      i  ecu live   head   of   fhe   company-,1"  (hat it is fhe -intention to 'push *"  the road through at an early >  date. If must Jje borne in mind,  however, that an undertaking of  this magnitude requires large  sums ol money, whicli,' many  times, il is difficult to get, no  matter what security is offered.  It is safe to say that Fort Steele  will have railroad 'communications with the outside world before snow flies next year. The  Pkospectok has ' repeatedly  meiuionod the, reasons -which  make the road an absolute necessity to the company and we  will not repeat them here. The  old saying '-that all good comes  to him who waits", is applicable  lo the people of Fort Steele who  have waited patiently for recog- ,  nition at the hands of the Canadian Pacific. To no other source  can be looked for relief therefore  we must bide our time. '  Alabama a Fast One.  Boston, Aug. 2S.���The United  States battleship Alabama made  a record at her trial trip by averaging 17 knots for four hours  continuous steaming.  Thirty Thousand Veterans.  Chicago. Aug. 28.���For four  aud one-half hours today the  thinning ranks ol the G. A. R.  pa.s.sed in review before a million  spectators.' Thirty thousand  members of the army of veterans look part in today's parade.  Board of Trade Meeting.  ' A   meeting  of  the   Board   of  Trade will be held   on  Saturday  evening   at   R   p.   m.   at   M.   f\.  Heal's olliee.  A Bi|> Celebration.    ' '  There will be a big celebration al Rossland on Labor Day,"  September Urd. under the au-  pica.s of the Rossland Trades vv  Labor Council. Eighteen him-'-  dred dollars lor prises has been  subscribed by the citizens of  Rossland.  Legislative Picnic.  Victoria, Aug. 29.���The premier took the members of the Legislature ajid other guests  for a  dications are that  it  will   reach! day's  pfcuic  today   to  visii   his  25c. before  many weeks.     The coal   mines extension,   and the  increased output will have a big  effect upon the share market.  Union, and   other  points of interest on tlie Island.  .^K^S^{>f��>*i?=��Ja-��a��JB  V,.,'  '���** >...'7^-*��EWxaes0KwwK��m��R>jo  ^ss^^^ste1 N.  THE PROSPECTOR,   FORT STEELE,  B. C, SEPTEMBER 1, 1000.  established   is��.i.  A. B. 6race,  PUBLISHER.    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, i> published  ��� very Saturday, und lias a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In East Kootenay. It Is all home Printed  ��� nd contains double the news of any  other paper in tlicdiNtrlct.  As an  advertising  incdfitin' It  i** 1111-  1 ��� tcelled. EZ?  Devoted to tlie upbulMIni,' or Fort Sieel,;, ilie  development of ilie viisi mint-nil resources of  lhe East Kootenny hiiiiiiiKOlMrU-t.  jubhcrlpUons , .f-I.OOper ycat  Advertising rates mudc known on application,  Contributions aresollclU'd from all parts of the  district, hut all matter Intended for publication  must have tliu writer's .signature.  TUIQ PiPPR Is kept on lllc at Uieudver-  ml�� ' "��� fcn tlsin��i.i;cucvof Alaxunder  fcCo., Suite V.. J-'irst National Hank Uuil.llii^,  Spokane. Wnsli., uhure couliiicis can lie made  for it.   ��  Thic   Panor 'v1"!'1   on tile at I-;, c.  1111% rdpCI u'AK'K's AdTcriiilnn  Axeinsy. tM and ff, Merchants Kzclianiie, San  franeisco. California, wheie eontraets for advertising can be iim.1i- for ll. . ,  .Thic Panop Is kept on file at the A. Melius rapci kIm A. Cm. Newspaper Ad-  vetli.liiK Ah'vncy. Munirc.il. where contracts  for nilvertlslnu can he iin.Ue for ll.  J. II la   I tl  'Cl    r,i,,ii:iM, ,C   Co-s  book  ���tore, Spokane, tV.tsli,    '  ��he tytozpzctoK.  SATURDAY^ SKI'TEMBEK I. IWO.  ^AfE think tlie tirn�� has now  ' * arrived when the people of Port Steele should tak��  unanimous action'towards s��cii'r-;  i������g, protecting, and pushing  forward   the- interests   of  -the  " the town.  ���   The events of  the  pa��tcweek  has;'showu the necessity  of our  " cititzens formulating some plan  of action to protect our,interests  in the premises.  ' "VV�����_ propose that a, public  meeting 6e held within the next  few days, under, the auspices of  the Board. of' Trade. [At  which  c the whole question may be fully  ���discuwed, and .such rssolutions  passed-as will not forth tlie opinions of the people'iu the clearest  manner   possible.      Along  with  '.this there should be a memorial  drawn up to,the Government in  , which the whole situation will  -be reviewed.,   ��� .     ������       '< ,-���  mm  tt  mm,  ���#  mm  m .  m  m  m  sa  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  mmmmmmmmmmmm  mm  t  mm  mm <  mm  mm  . mm  mm  n  �� ..-������' ��� %  The Mining Penter of the District of South East Kootenay u     %  FORT   STEELE  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  t t ft r I  And    Tap    tbe   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  ' In reducing The Prospector  * from eight to four pages, we will  say that this step i.s taken on account of the" largely increased  ���"cost of producing a newspaper  at the present time.        .< ' -   ,  ' ' Although The.Prospbotor is  ���smaller in size we purpose,, making "it as good,if not. better in  quality,' the reductiou in ��� size  will not bo accompanied by any  neglect of the paper, either, as  to make-up, quality of "news or  circulation. ���  , The activity iii the��PortSteele  district will be great next year.  The discoveries made daily are  of great ral ue.  " *   *   *       '  In the coming year liie ship-"  ping mines of this district will  be trebled, and tire largest shipping mine on lhe American con-  ' tinent will be and is now located  in this district.  ' *      *       * _        o  The annual output of placer  gold in this district has not'been  large.      Mining   companies  are  ���s now taking hold with encouraging success, and it becomes more   .^.hopeful that gold lying'in many  of the rivers of the Fort Steele  district will be at last secured.  h ft *  To the arduous work and privations of the -prospector must  be due the ojie'ning tip of any  miming region.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  , :-   ��� ,   -p.    ��� - ��� .  Apply to       R. L. T. Galbraith,       Townsite Office  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmm mmrnmimnfe: ,i *  | IN. HANSON,.1 r  General Merchant  L^icfuor Dealer.  AND  m  mmmmteimmmmmmkmmxmmmmmm  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial Men  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-  seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  on hand.   ���  menl, ol  E= DIMENSION  * LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. ^  I      WflSa-BG.      I  The  At the present time, with the  interest now taken in this district and British Columbia as a  whole, capita! will send jis  agents to more remo.e and difficult parts, while many other aud  more favored districts are languishing for even a little attention.  *���    *.    *  During   the   \>n>l    two   years  many seeking  minim.'  property  have   found    that   iheir   choice j  must oeconrined to undeveloped  properties,  *   *    * ��� ,'  During , the pasts year .'much  , new work has been, done in, the  Port, Steele district, new.and important discoveries ' of gold  made. On tlie older claims hew  and large chutes of ore have  been found, and a number of  shipping-mines have been added to tlie shipping list.  '.! :.-**.*���  The impression which sec'ins  to be growing Unit Die. Dominion-  general electionin will A>' held  late tiii�� fall, is the. cause -of both  THE B. C, ASSAY & CHEMICAL       '    "  *���     .*���    SUPPLY CO.,'Ltd.  733 PENDER STREET.  $t      Vancouver,    B.    C     *fr  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  large stock of Balances, Furnaces. Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  \- and"  Practical   Books.   Glassware," Platinum   Goods,   Acids,  >, Chemicals, and all other Assayers' and Miners' requirements.  !J SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck-  !j er's Sons' Balances,. Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  S Catalogue and full particulars on application.  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Conservatives and Liberals  forming associations throughout  the Province. Tt is well for the  elector to see that his name is  on the list and consider which  side of the fence h.; i.s on. The  all important question is. who  will make the run for thi.s riding.  tt'      ���*        -i  The more one travels over the  mountains in the Fort Sieele  district the more couvincing is  the evidences of the.',-mineral  wealth of the district.  ROBERTS ADVANCING.  Bwllor  Capture*   Bergendal. ----Heavy  Fighting- at Kachedorp.  Loudon, Aug. 29. ��� Lord Robert* reports/under date of T3��lr.  fast, Aug. 21, as follows:  Today we made a satisfactory  adVance and   in��t  with   decided  success.'! .  '.I:  . ''The work fell entirely to  Buller's troops, aiid rosiilted in  the capture of Bergeudal, a very  strong position, twomiles north  west   of  Dalmanuicha.      I   met  Buller at Bergendal shortly after  it   was reached   by  our  troops.  I am. glad   that   the   occupation  cost less than was feared on  account  of   the    approach    being  made  iic.ro>-.>   an   opun   Held   for  more tliiui .'I.i ii iu'yards,   and   the  determined stand of the  enemy.  Heavy fighting is reported   to  have   occurred   at    Machcdorp.  The Boers are said to have been  defeated with heavy loss,   leaving their guiis  and  ammunition  in the hands of th�� British, i  Baden-Powell   occupied ;Nyl-  .stroorii without ojijiosition.  Piiin-KilUir f.-iir.'.H all hoi'Lh of .mils,  liriiimsH, Imiimi.s und-HlntiiiH. TultOli In-  t.srrmli.v 11, ciu'cm (liai'rlnii'.a mid <l,yni;ii-  t.��!r,y. A vol.l HiiliHtitutov, lli.sri'. is Inn.  oik: I'ain-Kill.'i', l-'urry . OitviH'. .��� i"��;.  and iHOc.  Fort Steele  Meat Company  FRESH   and  SALT   MEATS  ON HAND.  ALWAYS  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage.  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season. J   Fort Steele and Kimberley.  Port    Steele  Brewing  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  MANUFACTUHERS     and     BREWERS-   OF   EXTRA   FINE  BEER  MADE FROM  CALGARY FLDUR  MONTROSE BICYCLEHHFREE  SMrA^^  SOLD    BY  .THE  Bottled beer  ������������iJalomciln.. �� ItlDER   AGENT Ui .....7h K.uh t��� ,.,..���,.���.���! ���,  .'UHl U.Uv urdui-M.   OnriiKcntt. imiki, inoii<.y 1'tir.t. >��� ..i>.>. t..t ..r  SPECIFICATIONS. i'.'":iu'- "������:���"."������". kkid in.ii��B.jsin.-i.../i:����i  -UTUUII IUH I IUIIOi HIii-lli)- ��<.iihiI��.k- tiil.liiK xvft.lt ......nl ,'..in.H-.  J.I.HI.   Ilii.li   l..l���K l,���,.,���v...l  .ijii.i.U,.,- ,|,.vl��� ... riiM.,1, h' a   .... ' niul  I. u.,11., I.I.I-, lli.y.il Aref, ��,,,.������,,,  ll,...-,.!,,!.,,,!,.,! A|���v,��� |,I||,B,H..I Lll|fc|--  lll.i .-i.nh.l ruiii.l.iif klHiwu; l(..,.ul-.l "A" l.h-.-i.. lln- ).,, ( ���,���[ ,������, ���" ||,0  ,".l:'M,i"flr"7,I,,'t.l,''-"!".l,|" "S'n'",l"!'"l��.''H.��.-.l.,B...llyKk..l."  ...ll.lll-|    |���.,Ul,,   I B .....I   iii^'MIIIU'Ii-K  till.   I��,��t ..I.IJ.Il.11      |:i���.u "|,|| III  l. ii.-li, iiiiiiw.i ..i-.-oii.-Ii (tn-.-ii  hlirl.ily'ilulHl.nl .....I ���,'������,,,onI,.,1, M,(.,.|���|  llnluli.Ht nli'k.-ll.iif ..ii'iill l.rlrh , |,iii-.h.    \\\, lliiu-murlilv ..'.l.-v.-rv t.l.   ..r ...,|||..I,.I ll,,.t ��.,.-, In... ,1,1, :,������.|,|������.    -<",,r   , iiii ''"'.'�� '''  ",l.t-���,  l��,lll��l   With  .'ll.'ll  III    III  FBPF l"R!'}' ��.i..'WI..II..U- lliu *iiuh, ,.nHli I.i full .villi oi.l.Vr >,  �� IIS.I. wmirmi .< Kfillllliv  llurill,!. M.1KW mill. I���,i, ,1 i.ia.ri.l  .iict.i-ii ...-��  iIkIi kiiuIi. Ilui.r i.iiiiiii.    Y.liir.inoiK.y.'iill Imck iry.iu iii  |...rl.-ctl.v Kutit.ll.il!. ��� i ���       '  RHFAP    WMFFI Q    W" ''"  "<- ...amirii.-lilr.,  wnCNr    nnCCLOi manlntiirvltlnili  ti eiit-li town for thin  the l-hl-ii|. ill>|.:irt-  i'"������. "j,"L[i'K��"i<!:<y><?'^^  i..*.vu|-.��t��..t..<7i.(ri,,i,,.,I: ,,it|i.7.-, t.. (ll!.W),.....iiili.U.. VVdo lint Kimi-nnKiu nur iwum  iiiciiiI tlioiii. lIi:i".IIOl OlfllKltl.N.i ii l.l.-jl-l,. ..f.nny nn�� rlw. iw limtloi- ��lu. i.r Iiii  ':'">'��� y.V.1'; "I"", "���' ���� tell y��a hmv ...H.-l. w�� .-.in nn vv ynu ...i III.. Hi....- niii.lilu,,.  ,?V.U UNABLE In RIIY'l!vl"'1 �����������" ��i.!.i>.t.v..ii t,. kaiin a iiiwoi.k i.vji..  nre WHHBLC IU Dili ti-lliiilliiir<i.l..l..iriicsf..i-,i..m,.,v.l,ivi.. Wo nvnl inii i.i.iw.ii  liuriMiw.. ni.linv���ii(.v..ri.lliuiulri<lKKOI>M> IIAM�� WIIKKIX tiilivn In t-rndi'wlileii w..  PORTER  BARREL,-   KEG    OR     BOTTLED  for family use a specialty  OU TSID E ORDERS GI V-Bif- STRICT g PROM PT ,ATTENT;f.6'N  SATlS:FAC|iP^  Sick & -Miitz,' Prop's  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. 1  niiif ������� i��iiii ii'.t !' *���"-''" "'." *"�����������"hopworil m.lli|ik�� ��u.l '���� muiUiIri vfiy ulii'tip. Smid fur IUnc>l. I.I.."  III ,',.���!; .:':'tt...l* .1 '�� imgiifNlloiiwI. -NVu refer to anr ImiiIc or I.iikIius-. Iiuiiwi In Cliiratc... or any oiiiremor  ijnioud ton.J^'iy. We will .Mid yoil letters of referenee illreet from the lHrire��t liuiiku In CUIcuko If you wl��l. It.  SEND YOUR ORDFR i'^'r- , rhl��l,,w|,.-loe��lullhv��eF,,r..|��l term, ofulilpnmnt without deiKlult will  "fc"*f.   j"11   WIIMfcn lie withdrawn very noon.   tlfOlvo name of thlH paiwr. ��� '���   .  ��/��, Lk MEAD CYCLE GOM***lNY, asooaao+iu.  H. W.  DREW,  Proprietor.  fort Steele. TJJK PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 1,-1900.  ��to flfKJO&psctov.  SATUltl   iV, riKPTK.MIIEK 1, 1900.  CHINA MUST PAY.  &mmm^mm,  mm  m  m  fc&^S-SCiSX  . Customs Service Will Be Supervised  by (.he Allies.  Washi.cflon, Aug. 2H.���Jl.���is  said in administrative circles  that in I1..! event oi' the ability  of the p.i vers lo agree on a Chinese pol.cy Unit will preserve  the into; lily of (he Empire, the  ��� plan mo .1 lilioly to be adopted  " will prcn'nle for an international  admiitisi "ition. of the customs  service. , ,  Under this plan' representatives of i lie several allied powers  having lorces on Chinese soil  will be s' itioncd at all the customs ]> >i 's of China lo supervise  or adiui.'isler' the service and  watch ih ��� revenues, with a view  loensiiri g thecollection "of the  (mormon, indemnities that will  be   indivi.lually   demanded    bv  i     a ''  each of tlie governments.  London, Aug.   'IH.���A  special  despatch' from   Shanghai    says  ' that the Chinese officials there  have informed the foreign consuls that ihe emperor, the dow-  ager-emj./ess and Prince Tuan  ��� have arrived in Iho neighborhood of T.ii Yuan Pu.   24  miles  ' north we;-' of Pekin. -  THE  m  mm  m  -  m  %   ' '  \  HOTEL  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor. JFort Steele, B. C.  tl    ' ' t , I'n  ' 1 i '   ' ' r '  Largest atid iVlost Ootmplete Hotel Itt South, East Kootenay  c ' ' ' ' '  I < ' ' I       ��    I ' r    ' , J , '  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  ,Cl:iNA SITUATION-.  Russia K  Russia  ' This tick  perls al  best of it  all natior  ely notifi.  Chines  contempl  t at War With China.  iot al war with China,  ration is'made by ex-  Washington, for the  lsons. Did war oxisl  i would be iinmediat-  ���J. '  >   troops   near,   Pekin  ,Le an attack on the in  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  Headquarters for Mining Mien.  ternationf.l forces, but ,the allies  are not u.-easy,  being well' able  , to.withs't md an a 1/tack. 1 '   ,  The iu.'jiorial City and the For-  -- 'bidden   ( ity  'are ' under   close  guard,.by   ho international auth  orities.  '   - ���      '   *   _    ' '  ���' At a o inference of ministers  ,   and gem rals  held at  Taku   on  Friday i: "was. decided to refer  '   the fateo-' the Forbidden City to  ' Euroi^o.  ;,... The.1 >:r.i panose vjiave landed'  ,, more bluejackets at Ainoy, where  f order is maintained'in   spite  of  ' .great 'e'xci lenient.  . " r,  ' A Pekin correspondent re-asserts thai the empress-dowager  fled westward, and that she has  a body gi .ird of'l.iiOO.  A dispatch slates that 9,000  Chinese infantry with fifteen  guns are advancing to make a  rear attiv-k on the allies.  The capital is now cleared of  the enemy. A cavalry regiment'  which had been sent to Wan  Shau Than, reports'that the im  perial family had started for the  west. "-'  Armed Chinese are reported to  the southward and westward of  Pekin.' A well intrenched 'force  has been located by the Bengal  Lancers i,i a village four miles  to the son Invest. It is believed  that the b.'St and ablest Chinese  loaders aie in command.  ���NOTICE. ' .  Take noilce tiiat Uilriy day. finm inc .line  liPtt-of J' liilun.l to apply io tin- Hoamabl^  the Chief C'ouimls^loiipr of Lands ami Works  for a sprrlal lice-use to cut and eitirv aw.iv  ti in b.'V Iron) the following ilcsi-rilicil I.-iml?:���  Comin.MiciiiK at a post nt the s'outlrw.'st .'f.rnci-  of Im Tin-.-.' Hundied anil Slrtj-Tlnvi- (Hi'.'!;,  Uroup (."ivootcuay Disirm. luiiiiiiii,- iliunrp  norlli one liun.iicd (IU0) chains, tnenti' uost  tWL'ntv (-fl) cliaius. tlKMu-c ' soutli iw. im  (iO) cliains: tlience west I unity ('-,>) eliains:  tlien.'ti soutli ti.cnty (-10J chains, t'ne.icr w-si  twenty C-il) i luins; thence south i.ue, Itiiudied  and eighty (ISO) chains: theuce east tnciitv (20)  cliains. thence noi th forty (-10J chains: llienee  easl twenty (20) chains; llienee noi th (10) ehaius  Ihenee easl to ��est bank ot 1-111: river: thence  up ivesl hank of said river to south line oi Lot  :i.i.I: theuce \.est to place oJ beginning. The  above iloserlhed tract lo c.rtflain one thousand  aeies.  nAMIKL V. AIO'L'T.  Dated, August. ISth, 11K10.'       , "'      I!.'.  - '- , - NOTICE. ' ,- ��� ���  Take notice Unit thirty days fioin llie date-  bjreof I'iiiteiul to apply to 'the llonoiahle the  Clilet Cuiiiuiissioiierof r.auds and Works I ir a  speei.il license to cut and cariy^au-av tinibei  from llie 'following described lands.-���C'om-  ,inencin^ at a posl n'ear post ICoii west side of'A.  i'i. Jackson's timber lieense,aboutonc-hal,r inile  west of west bank of ISlk rl\er In l-I.ist KuOte-  :iay''-l)istrlcl, ruiiiiliiK'Mlienec, south forty  (-10) chains; thence .vesufoity (10) eh tins:  liieiice south Iif L.v ("'0) chains:' llienee uest  eighty (80) chains;. Ihenee norlh >'inlil\ (SO)  cliains: thence cast'forly (10) chains tlience  norlh thirty (110) chains: thence easieiKhly, (80)  chains: theuce .south twenty (20) chains lo  place of neKi'iining. The above described ti.ici  to contain one thousand acres.  ������   .ARTIILTIi .1. IUOTT..  Dated, Aukum I.i. IfliKl. " :ii  McBride Bro's.  ' . Siieiff Heavy Hardware    ���  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tin ware      ���T     ��  Powder, Fuse, Caps  Paints and Oils.  ''",,,, i f  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  KIMBERLEV  The Biggest Silver-lead Camp  In the World.  V  *HH$&tM$&&&��mmMmmmmmmmmmmmmm  SCHOOL  SOUTH   I .-'BICAN    WAR    NEWS.  NOTICE.   ,  Take notice that one month after date 1 intend to apply to the Chlel Commissioner of  Lands and Woiks foi pei mission lo puicli.tse  the following described lands- Commencing  al a post planted 30 chains east, of the south  cislcorner ol A \Y. lilcasdell's puicliasc near  L-'iilinur.JJiir In South' Jiast lvootenav: 'Ihenee  cast Ml chains: thenee south Ml cliains. Uu nee  west 80 cliains: Thence noilh M) eliam^ to point  of commencement.  AT,1-:X. CAMKIt'OX.  Dated this 18th day or AiiKiisl, 1(100 al 1. on  Steele. x - :n-  f  m  m  .BOOKS  AND   SUPPLIES.  The   Latest   Novels,  & rmercial and Elite.  Stationery���Com  m  m  m  ���m  200,000 TONS OF ORE IN SIGHT  I  APay Roll  ,000 a%Mo"tH  Ml.VUlIAI. ACT.  (POIIM F.) h  UKKTIPIUATK O*'   IMPIIOVKMES'IS.  ,      '        -   NOTICE. V  Buller's    1  Too    Far  giniont     Got  Away.  London. Any. 28.���Lord Roberts lias ion Pretoria, and lias  fixed his headquarters at Woud-  erlontein. tlie second station  west of T'.lacliedorp, where the  'bnllc of fio onemy's army are  supposed lo be. Wiring from  there An;'. 2-1 tli, he says:  "Bullei- Vejiorts that the Boers  laid a'trap for his cavalry Aug.  23, oponi x with several guns at  fairly sh< i L range. * The English  gunssilei. 'ed theBoors, but when  the lirinj;' :oascd and the pickets  were bcin,-'; placed for the night  by some in isi nice the companies  of the L. voi pool regiment advanced i:ftc. ii hundred yards  into a lio^ow out of sight of the  main bo I y, where they were  surround. .1 by the Boers and suffered m:v rely.  Cap.- T.iwn, Aug. 2!l.���Lord  Robei'i.s ;��� ri\o-l at Belfast, a few  miles we.! of Machedorp, where  he inoi i..'en.'1'iils Buller, Pole-  Kreiiuli. IDve.rythiiig  ly for the advance.  SELKIRK,   GEM.AND   GREAT   BEAR  " MINERAL. CLAIMS.  Siuiaie in the Fori Sleele MinuiK llivlsion  of .South Hast ICooienay District.  Where located:���On llueklehei ry Mouiitnin  south of anil adjoining the North Star jjiotip of  niiiicral claims.        ' O  Talte notice that I. Chas. Kslmere. KM C  ll. fli)!)."i. HKCiil for A. S. (.oodevs ol Itussl.iiul. H.  C. Free Miner's Cerlillcate No. lilllii Inlend.  slxly days from the .int.: he.reof. lo :i]iplv"to llie  Miiiinu Kecoider for a Cerlillcaie of hnpiove-  nii'iils for the puijiose or olilillnin;; a. i'iohii  liranl or the ahove claims.  And hirlliur take mule* lhat aeiinn. nailer  section :17. must he eomnieiiced lielore the issuance of such f'erilllc.ile ol Imiii-iiieiueiils  U.ueil llus -J-'nd day ol Auuusi. A. I) . lilmi.  AllNIOKAI. ACT. Iwiii  (i-.)HM r.)  Ci:ilTlKIUA'IK OK   IMI'l.OVnMllN'l^  m  .g.  m  m  m  m  m  A   Lending   Library   in connection with  the Book Department.  ���   Also   Pishing  Tackle  in, groat   varioty.   ���  *  *  *  m  m  t  m  m  m  A.   W. HL'EASDELL   Gl%��(J"'i'�� Onlario College of Pharmacy ^  immzm&mmm&mimmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Pioneer Drug flair.  PORT    '  STEELE  Railway Terminus of the  Nortli Star Branch.  125 Tons of Ore Shipped Daily  Choice Lots $125 to $400  Apply to  The c  Waldorf  S P L RN DT D A COO M MO D ATTONS.  <�� ELWELL  Fort Steele aiid Kimberley,  Sole Representatives.  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN.  ROWAN MINERAL CLAIM.  Sluiiitoti In tlio l-'ort, SLi-eli: Minim; Division  of South M.isL lvoiiiciiiiy IJislrlci.  Whore lociiti-d: On IIiicUI. lii-rrv Hill, near  Marie ci rule.  Till... notii'o Lliai I. Ni'll Mur.i'od I'm run  (Akoul Tor n.D. Miiiui. Five ,Mini;i 's r'i'riillr.iic  No A 8H'i4). I>*io���� Miner's CIi-i-blliL'situ N'o li 111 ."Cl  liilond .'.Odiivs Iroin thr <1:iii> lieri'f.f. loapplv io  llie.-.Miiiini; Kocor.lor ror a I'i-i Liln-aiu of lin-  pioi'emcnis. lor tlio pui-posi' of olii.ilimi;; a  Cioiv-M (Irani of tliuabo.c claim.  And fin tlier lako notice that   aciion  under  section :I7, must bi; uummonci; 1 b. Ion lhe issuance of su.li Coitllk-.ito of improvement.  iJ.ited tliis^lth dny oClulv. I'uxi  NKILMcLKOUCUKKAV   At'.-nl.  Sample Rooms for Coinmereial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  s* "' (>  Tlio Irail runs within Ion Jool of lhe house. Good  "nam and p]<>nl,v of liny and grain. If you1 patronize the  Waldorf von will never regret il.  11. ��� A.    KA.NOUSJE  -    Rroprietor.  -BJS'  Carow an  is now ri'  The 'l..'|u).sit of gold dust and  bullion ii. ill'.' Seattle assay olli.-e  diirin.' tl..' inoiilli of July, 1" it if i,  will a; -,'i-'ga:e not less tliiiii.tfli,-  2ii0,i.i(.O.''! '������ is ! I'le biggest monlir.-;  business i'n' ilie: history of Lhe  office. ' .-...-  NOTICE.  DAFFODtt,  MINERAL CLAIM.  Situ.uein lhe l.'oit Sleele Mining illusion  nrKust lvootenav Ulstiicl  Whcio located: On IlucK-lciion v Hill, mar  Mail, cieek  Talte notice Unit 1, Nell Mrl.uod Ciiiimii  (Ajruiit for tho Noilh Star .MinliiK Conip,in\,  r.linitc.l. Kroe Mlnei's f>i-litli-ate Nn u .'llViij  |.'ieo Mlnei's teillllcate No ii .11..-.7.1. luti-nd mi  davs fiom tho date lieiuof, to apply to the Mln-  niK ll.ic.ii.ler forat'citlllcutoof luijnovemenis,  for tlio puipose or obtain inn a Ornnii Oi.uit ol  the altoM' claiui  And fiinhei talte nonce thin action, uiidui  section .li, niusl beciiiiiiiieii(i.il beliiieibe Issu-  atici; or such C'citllkMlc of Improvements  l.'ated the -Jltli d.iv or .lulv. limti.  :10- NI'.II. Mcl.l-l.JO CITiti; \N  ,\.;eut  TON   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE &1 DilNALD  ��nereil iVlerchai-its  Minino supplies a Specially  Miiicrs i;-oing-n.ii-iIiward via Ciinoo River Tioule will find il a large  saving and convenience lo procure their .supplies at Donald.  SOLE AOTCNTfi for  Canton  Steel Coinpnii}'  Windcrniere, Golden and'Donald  Mining Divisions.  Ayents  at Windermere for  'the California Giant Powder Co.  Ganadian Pacmc  RailwayAND  SOO    LINE  The1 Daily Service Between   ,  Atlantic     and     Pacific  IIV THK  Imperial  Limited  InuuufiiralL'd  June 10th,  from Vancouver  June 11th, from Montreal  Will sjive ((iiiclresi, time between  OCEAN ^nci OCEAN  --Acrus.s llie-  AMERICAN   CONTINENT  Daily Express Service via Crow's  Nest route to and from  Kootenay Gouotry  iMi'itoviiu service on all Kootenay local Rail and Steamer  Li ties.  CLOSE CONNECTIONS  THROUGHOUT  JSUT   RECEIVED  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Stroiisr Baker.  Rolled Oats. Cracked Wheat'." Wheatletts. - "  Cornnieal, T3uckwheat Plonr; Split Peas.  'Navy  Beans.   Lima Beans. Pot 'Barley, etc.  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats      Hay.  ,    Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  fry it once and you will use no other.  Fresh   Breakfast   Bacon.   Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacoii,  Butter and E^s.  POTATOES   *"<i   CARROTS  Fl REWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor . POST OFFICE BOX 836.  roods jjiiarmilccd and prices also as lieiiiy correct.  :-*;������   All  Send in orders.  for  full  details  and   apply   for  Be on lookout  of new service  particular to  \v. k.'aniikusox.     k. j. coyive  T.P.A.. Kelson. A.O.P.A...Vaucouver  I  Now Open  h Mar  Kimberley,  H. W. Drew, proprietor.  iwiilSii  rtm  1 lTl)i  PROSPECTOR FORT STEELE, B. 0., SEPTEMBER 1, 1000  DR.  CREAM  BAKING  Among- tlSo arrival at the Imperial Hotel on Thursday were  M. Phillipps of Tobacco Plains:  R. H. Jameson. Victoria: L.  Liroadwood unci Franklin Dunlop  of Wapella, A1. W. T.  Joe Welsh left for Perry creek  yesterday.  Barrister Herchmer of Fernie  was in town on Wednesday.  Used in' Millions, of" Homes���40 Years the  standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder,  Superior to every other known. Makes  delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit,  griddle   cakes ��� palatable   and ' wholesome.  , PRICE  BAKING POWDER   CO.,  '< CHICAGO.  Note.���Avoid baking: powders made from  alum. They look "like pure powders,  ' and may raise the c.ikes, but alum  is a poisoir and no cine can eat food  mixed with it without injury to health.  ��Jj�� $*rtf#:p��#0t\  SATURDAY, SKPTEUBKR I, 11)00.,  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  - The road gang started on Monday to work on the north" fork of  Wild Horse.  ' -Ranchers needing grass seeds  for fall plowing can get rod top,  clover, timothy ami, alfalfa at  the Fort Steele l(Toiir& Feed  Store.     , '*  'The - Fort Steele Board of  [Trade held a meeting last Monday evening.  A strike of rich gold rock was  reported last week oil Perry  creek.  The Fort Steele Flour A Feed  Store proprietor is busy emptying a car just received al the  junction. Lie has now a full assortment of all produce that he  deals in, Rye, Muck wheat, and  every kind of (lour, meals and  breakfast goods. ���     :c  Oeo. Easl, oMJuluth, was registered al the Imperial on Sun"  day.  A shot tired by some unknown  person on Tuesday evening-passed through' the window of the  imperial flotcl and (kittened itself  against the wall." Tl is supposed  to have lieon accidental.-  The Fort Steele Flour & Feed  Store proprietor is'agent for ihe  Fleetwood Ceylon lea. Try it  once and you will use no other.  *  _^.   St. John's Church of England.  ���   Service every, Sunday evening  at 7:30 p.,in.  On the first Sunday of each  month service and Holy Communion al 11 a. in.  'Rev. C. A. Puoctnii'-k,  Vii-ar.  1'UicSllYTICltIA.N   (.'[U'lUUf.  Rev. U. MeK. Real. P. A. will  preach iu the Presbyterian  Church tomorrow at 7-ioO p. m.  Sunday"school at ^ p. in  '    React the Toronto World.  During   the   past   few   .years  The  Toronto   World   has   been  i building up a   remarkable   reputation as a reliable authority  on  j finance, commerce and  the   inin-  i ing industry.     Also   for   its  re-  {ports of the live stock market,  ,j In   these    departments    The  World   employs  a  stall''of men  specially qualified by actual per-  sonarexperieiu'e^to  handle  the  questions with whicli they   have  to deal. (   ���  This is why people interested  in These' subject? are ,regular  readers of The World.  Tlie Canadian Bank oi commerce  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  Raid    up    Capital    3*6,000,000.  IlO.W CJKO. A. Cox,  J'lVniileiii. U. 10,  Wai.kkk, Ci.-u. Mini.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED. HONG- KONG DRAFTS SOLD,  IOXCHANGE on all parts of the world bought and sold,  i  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Fort Steele $ Cranbrook Branches  t  '   J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  GRASS1CK   &   0EMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS.  Fort   Steele   B.C  HARRY    BARR  ._���-_.JIorL Steele,  B.C.  General Blacksmith,  HORSE SHOEING,  AND JOBBING.  Mining    Work    a   Specialty.  Professional.  North Star Lodge  FORT STKKLK, H, C.  NO. 30.  A. F, AND A. M.       C. R. B. C.  Itrsulur iiicctliiKs���Isi TuCMluy In i-uoli  month ut clKln o'clock. V'lsltluK Ili'ciliuru lire  cordially Invited.  A. W. lii.KAiiiei.i,, Sucretury.  Orders Fresh Hoot'.  Chicago, Aug. l'S.���A local  packing company has received  an Order from the Russian government for 6,(100,000 lbs of beof  on the hoof, to feed tho soldiers in  ('hina, It will take 5,000 cattle  to till the order./,  ��*  *  CARLIN   & DURICK  .). H. Todd, was out of town  for a day or two this week.. During his iihsence 0. Al Manstield  had charge of Ihe olliee.    ,-'    '���  The death of Cinitain Pnrkor has  been fully conlirmod by letters  recoived from his brother General n N. ��I<V Parker of Bristol.  Hlngland.  Will tor VaiiArsdalon canio  down from Windermere on Monday.  'Gov. Agent Armstrong wont  to Moyie on Monday on oflicial  business.  'South East Kootenay was not  mentioned, or in fact noticed,  when the supplementary esti-'  mates was passed..  Good hunting and fishing in  the vicinitv, of Fort Steele.  , Another largo on Hit has gone  up lhe Sl. Mary's river district  to work on roads and trails .in  that section:  1 'Pay! Pay!!' Pay!!!" Pay your  subscription to Tiik Puospiso  tor.  Prices are holding very Jinn in  flour, milling goods, with strong  tendency to advance, so the proprietor of the Fori Steele Feed  Store advises us. This is, therefore, a good time to purchase  your winter supply. Tie has just  completed a full stock of Hour,  meals and'breakfast foods. *  Hotel Arrivals.  Imperial:���0. D, McKenzie,  Xel.son; Bob Johnson. C. A.  Dodd. A. Gordon. X. S. Bell.  (I. W. Colchenger. J. Hutchison  and wife. Bert Ross. Ari'Malhc-  son. O. 13. Fairfield. Peter Hal-  hener. H. R. Heath. J. TI. Fink.  G. II. Gilpin. Cranbrook; W. S.  Curner, D. J.. Elmer. Movie: W.  F. Green, Evanstoii, Ills : Geo.  East, Dulutlv. Mich.: G. Miner,  .pmaha. "Xeb; J. H. Conklin,  Tracy: J. L.' Douglas,'< A. Taylor. ' .lames Gibson. George S.  Dingle. Winnipeg; j. S." Wells.  New 'York: H.'' W. Herchmer;  -.1. Jordan, Fernie; E. Elwell and  wife l\imberle\'.   '     "' ��� ���  Windsor: ��� Peter ' Malheson.  IT. Boustield, Bert Ross, Cran-  liroolc; J. E. Simpson, Peterborough: Frank AfcCabe, R. C.  Warner, Wardner; J as. Joyce,  Fernie; J. R. Shirt). Vancouver;  A. Hodgson, Trail; Claude  Shiith. Nelson.  Among- tho Shiy-g-ora.  New'York-, 'Aug. 27.���W. A.  Brady, manager of Jeffries, said  today:���"I have, covered Fitz-  Simmon's deposit 6f $L\nOO to  make a match , with J ell'rio.? for  the championship.  James Corbet announced today  that lie, is willing to fight Fitz-  sinimotis on August 31, whether  he wins or losses his match with  McCoy."        ,  Tlio Moit Complete Health Ucoort on  tlio Continent of North Aincfi.-u.  SuuuU'il miiKt Set* nory unrivalled forCliuudeur  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  lloaihit' fl^hlnKConi+Qplum KfskleiiL Phy-  JiKxcurNlons Oaillldl IUIII|S|0iu���^N'm.s,,  Halcyon S]>rln��s.  Arrow Lake. H. (J.  Iii lolCKiMpliic fsonimunicalion ,  , i wiih rill jjiiris of iliu woild.1'  Tho riiiiils arrive und depart fvery d.iy.  Terms,'SIS   to SIS  per week, uncording  io residence in Hotel or Villus.   '  Its Baths Cuie all Nervous and Muscular  Diseases, 'lis Wateis Heal all Kidney. I.Ivor  anil Sloiiuieli Ailments.  GKNl-RAI,  Fort  Sleek:,  Sole Agents for the  MERCHANTS  , Kooteiiiiy.  Kokt Stiii,! Ucvkmiphknt Syndicate Ltd  1SH Leadeuball Street, London. Kugland.     ���  H. A. WALUNGEH,'        KORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE UOX B.  THOMAS    McVITT T E  Fort Sleele J3.C.  W. It. KOM4. H. w. UmumuKM.  ROSS& HERCHMER.  Barristers     - " -     Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  ,      " ' Port  Steele,   B.   0  Ganton steel  COMPANY  This Stk'kl i.s guaranteed to be equal lo Jessbp's  or  Firths in all  "Hard liocic Woiuc.  Sou-: A CENTS  SOI.13    AfiKNTS  Grows Nest Goal company.  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO., Limited.     ���  Farming   Implements.  X.   EDE  LANDS and MINES  *  NOTARY PUBLTC  '   ' 'CONVEYANCER  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  Shaving ��?"Hair Dressing Parloi  Nexi to Oriental Hotel  FORT STEELE, B. C.       "    [, ,  1 , ,i  'All kinds of handwork  i ���. ���' ,      a specialty.  A. J GREZ, ���--'   -   Proprietor  '���o  Chas.  Belingberg    went  Tracv creek on Sundav Inst.  to  It is reported that the lord  near the cut bank ou the St.  Mary's river is not safe for crossing.  An outfit went up to  the' Bill  Nve on Tliursdav,  ��� Ducks and   chickens  are. ripe  today.  Tn sizing up the situation in  East Kootenay one is forced lo  the conclusion that Fort Steele  is the most central point notwithstanding the distance from  the railroad. The mines are in  this immediate vicinity, and here  will be the scene of the greatest  industrial activity. No one conversant wiih conditions as ihey  now exist doubts lliis, and the  belief lias impressed itself  strongly upon our people.  Gus., Itfeidig  Contractor  %#   Builder  ���    i-   i .   ,'  f,   ���  All kinds of Fancy Sig-n and House  Piiinliiig-. Culiiiminiii" and Paper  Hanging a specially.  o        r,  FURNITURE    REPAIRrNG  All Work Strictly First Class.  GH. GILPIN  eneral     IVlercliarit  ,," .'v  <���'",..,���'' ' ;' ���-.'-,'  Most Complete Stock In East Kootenay  Hardware   .,..���*' Dry 'Goods  Machinery ,   Clothing      \  Paints and Wall Paper ' Footwear *  General Mining Supplies        ,u        > Groceries  "' Furniture, Carpets and General' House Furnishings.  Obo. S. McCttrier. J. a. Ilurvey  HARVEY & MoCARTER  i  rinrriitters,  Snlieitors,   Notaries Public,  'Ctmrruunrer.ietc.  a v'  11 i ' i  PORT STKKLK, B.  C.  KEVELSTOKR STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  Douglas  Corsan.  ���   "   '  - (CjM-MO.)  r4?  OFFICE -Ulverslde Avenue.    -  Next Door to Jileasdell's Drug Stvre.  ROYAL HOTEL  JV A. Harvey and E.  A.  Elton  ..went to Moyie on Monday   la-,t.  J. H.  Fink   went   to   Spokane  on Monday.  Win. Fernie. who has been  spending several week's in Victoria is expected in Fort Steele  next week.  Edward Elwell and wife of  Kimberley were iu town on Sunday last.  . ^>          Elton:���"Say. Grace, don't  the quiet,of the town become monotonous to you'/" Grace:���''Not  much! We have to turn out  about eight times every night  and chase the cows from the  back porch".  . .7. Hutchinson and wifeofC'ran-  brook were visitors at > Port  St��ele this week.  Malcolm Mchnu"* and M.  Burns, a, brother of P. Ihirn-.  w.'re in town on Thursday. Mr.  Burns has just returned from  the Klondvke.  Imprisonment for Life.  Milan, Aug. ifl.���The trial of  Bresci. the anarchist who, assassinated King Humbert, closed  today. The prisoner was pronounced guilty and sentenced lo  imprisonment for life.  B.   P.   COOK.  Livery,  Feed   and   Sale  Stable.  Port Steele, 13. C.  TEAMING OP ALL KINDS SOLICITED.  HTGHWARDEN    <fc   SON.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.  Next, floor to the Prospector. ���  No order too .large for our facilities, none too small for careful  attention. , ���  V  KIMBERLEY, B. C.  The Finest Liquors and  Cigars and Best Furnished r  Hooms in Town,  J.   L.   GATES,   Pi-op.  iFort Steele  Co.. lit  ANDREW   NEIDIG  CONTRACTOR    and    BUILDER  D. J. Elmer of Moyie  wa.s   in  town on Monday.  Prof. .1 S. C. U'elK of Columbia University. Xew York, who  has been spen.iimr several weeks  in the vicinity of Phil.lipjis. ar  rived in town mi Wednovbty  evening- and departed for his  home on Thursday morning.  P. P. Norbury who has been  in England I'or more than a year,  writes, thai he intends to return  in the .spring lo take up his permanent  residence on his  farm.  A Coming: Man.  Yokohama. Aug. i's.���Marquis  Ito will be the  next   premier  of  Japan on the l-'Mirement   of   the jr^��  present premier Yamagata.  HOUSE AND SIGN 1'AINTING  iCAl.ClMINING iiml I'AI'Elt IIANOINC  Money to loan on good   security.     Apply to Win. Titus.  (Jus  Thies  came  down    from       Mallei's   of   vital    importance  Perry creek on Monday. ��'ill be discussed a  Trade mooting Ihis evemnir  Miss Teet/.el. a sister of Mr.-,,  flarvey who hits been visiting in  Kort Steele I'or a short time, left i, ,      ,,     ,   ,    ���.,  ,       ,        , ,    ,,        .. ;, I'"'���'''> '"'"''li'nl lln-Tin-mil. Cli.'Ht   in  for her home al   Hamilton.   Out.. j|,  last Sunday.  A Thousand Tongues.  r.ml.l nol i;.\jiivs., i)io I'lipliiro ol  Amili- K. Sin-iiifTiT. nf ] 1 li."> IlowiiriJ st..  l'liilit(l.'l]iln:i. I *.i.. uht'ii sin- foini.l Iliul  Dr. K'inj,''^ X.-tt- Di-roi-ery for ('on-  ���.liiiijitiiiri li.-ul .-iiiiiplT'li-ly curutl lior ol ;i  l.a.'iciii^- .-(iiiyli lli.'U for initiiy ycai'i )':ul  m.uli- lifi- j. lnir.li.n. All oilier rem-  .'ili<- ;i��(l (liirioiv could ^ive licr no  lielj). Imt, ���Ij��- h.iyi uf l.lii-, Jioyal < 'ni-c--  "II -non ii-iuim il tlic jiuin in my clie.sL  iiiirl I cm mm >-li-c|i-.oiin.lly, .soiiiel hilly  I i ;iii -i ,ii< \:l\ roiu.'iiilicr Aiiinu, licforc.  I fi-i-l lil:.. Miiin.lin^ iii iiralht". IIiioiimI,.  '���ih Hi'- l'ni\l.|~i'." So will every onu  |u>��iirl>i   Dr.   K'in;i'��   Xiu\    DiHi'ov.'rv  PORT STEELE, 13.  C.  All   work- promptly done.  importance j  he Board of ' ,  .|inj.'��. 'I'll.il iintilcM free ul A. \V  j l'.|��M-.ili-ll i Drni: Slorc: cv.jry liotlh  I Iftiiii ;im!���<���*I.  I      CUI��E ALL YOU* r��IMS WITH      8  Pain-Killer.I  A Mediclna Chost In Itself.  Simple, Safo and Quick Curo for  CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS,  COLDS, RHEUMATISM,  % NEURALGIA.  3      25 and BO cent Bottloo.  $ BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.   ,  |^ BUY ONLY THE OENUINE1  Sj PERRY DAVIS'  KHWmaSitliKKKJKSIWWMUiSIJilCJSMHtKa  Miss McCain, late of C'anuiore,  has been appointed teacher at  the public school at Ward nor.  Mrs. Harry Roineuiaii lias  been quite sick for several days.  She is now convalescing.  Messrs. Ilaiiniiigtoii and Beale.  went to Kimberley on business  on Thursday  '"���Dave Newell and Al. Jones  came down from Kihiberley on  Wednesday.  ClLMRliLDIJi  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  MILLINEKY  Just Received���A  large con  signineiit of Latest Styles  MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.  es  *  m  *���  *���  m.-  *  *  '&  m  Fort Steele ^ Cranbrook  Wholesale and Retail  DEALERS IN '���     '"_'  GROCERIES  CROCKERY  MENS   FURNISHINGS  ^ GLASSWARE  BOOTS   and   SHOES  Criant   Powder  Fuse   and   Caps  HAY    and    OATS  ���ysts'-sissts'-st  T. G. flrijistrono  Fort Steele, B. C.   '  MANUFACTURER  OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes  avnd  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe titling and  all  kinds"of sanitary work  Air TiQlit���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL   ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB  WOltK.  POlt DKVtCLOPKl)  KEICI'S   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  l^resh liread and Calces  f l'^resh Fruits every dajT  Fresh Vegetables  , Fresh Eggs  Fresh Milk and Butter I BRICK and LIME For Sale.  DILSJB & CROFTS  MINING   PROPERTIES  INEAST KOOTENAY, B.C.,  WRITE   TO  Chas.  XSstmere,  Mining and Stock Broker,  Kimberley, li. G.  lw. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele; B. G.  GEARY  &. DOYLE.  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  Llveru, Feed & Sale. Stable.  '    Kort Steele R.C  Ilet'iilin- Dj^tly  Stafe  meets all  traliw at Port Steele Junction.  ' y:Y-iy':f":/'ff'Y-f I   -. SADDLE &, PACK HORSES  PLASTERING Promptly Douel 1EAMING OP ALL KK,DS ASpEGIAJ.TY  -/"

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