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 TZTTr  ���?��-+#;:;��'-jfi**��'*iKii!S!K������*  *THE PROSPECTOR HAS llMKN'jfc  *S Al'J'OINTKU  "i JJK OKI- ICIA1.   #  * GOVERNMENT   CAZETTE     S;  * if-  * ��-'  #��� l-'ur Soiali Il.isL IC<ititi,ii,iv         ^:  * ��--  THE   PROSPECTOR   CON  TAINS ALL   PUBLIC NOTICES AND GIVES THE  #   LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  ^   AND LOCAL NEWS.      '  # '        *  ���*  A  )/o7. /3.  7^0/?T  STEELE,  13. C. S.ATUJ?��M.:r, SEPTEMBER 36, 1S99.  No  ��.9.  o.  New Advertisements To-aay.  flt-nrv Hi i Its A, Suns .      ..   .  I'.i^'i-8  Xotici' -T. <!. I'liu-tiir  ...      "     1*  i'.uiniiian I'.irlllc ll.illu.iy. ."i  fOxiM'tuiy (l��f-i i yOrrek) (Iclil Mini's I.til h  N'i.imv -H O  Shlc-r.      "     K  .SUCCESS IN MINING.  "What  is   Needed   to   Show   Up   the  Value of the Minos About Fort  Steele.  There is in tho  immediate  vicinity   of   Port   Steele   a    vast  .-amount of mineral lying  idle in  -the mountains only requiring jn-  tolligent work to make  it   available  Where such work lias been  done the result has justified   the  ���expenditure of inonev.     This  is  '/.own in llje Chickamon  Stpne.  ;i property  which' four  months  I ago was a, .prospect, with only  sr  [���small amount of  work done  to  r.-Jiow its  worth.'     Soon  as  the  [present owners  secured control  loj" the properly,  they proceeded  |afc once to develop in a systematic'manner, until now it is  rapidity approaching a point whore  ii  [may bo classed as a mine, in fact  fcjcl'ore the^New Year it is  confi-  ldently.> expected    that   dovolop-  fnent   will  have   progressed   so  It'ar 1ha1   it   will  be .possible'to  pake     continuous     shipments.  [The  work-  of  development, has  never stopped and is going- right  to make a permanent cam])  and  continue work all winter.  H. E. Utz, of Spokane, arrived  in Port Steele on Wed  nesday and on Thursday _ morning went up to inspect the^'property of tho Bull River Mining  Company.     Mr.   Utz   is   here  as  THE DUPONT GROUP.  Average Assays $93.33.- -Work Still  Going On.    Developmer^  Attention is being attra JQ  the Dupont group  of ukiin^*.  Boulder creek, and from late uo-"  yelopmonts  the  holders  oi"  the  bond    may   congratulate   thum-  stances the ore- is of low grade  still there is sufficient quantity  to warrant further development.  That entire section will   become  ailable soon  as  a   railroad   is  lit up tlie St. Mary's.  THE ESTELLA.  special  agent   of  the  com].any. Selves upon, having  a  property  Mr. ��Kessler  who   was   here   a r)f  more   than   ordinary   merit.  short time ago will return shortly and take charged' the work.  11. F. Collett and Thomas  Starbird returned to "Windermere  on Saturday last accompanied by  Paulding Farnham of New York,  an associate of Robert Mulford  who was here a few weeks ago.  Mr. Farnham will look over the  country about Windermere, and  is, expected to return iu the  course of a couple of weeks.0  J. C. Hooker, tho mining expert, has gone up to Fort Steele,  P>. C., on mining business. He  has just .returned from the  Buffalo Hump , and Thunder  mountain sections, ��� where he  thinks there are some very good  properties, but that "it will "take  considerable capital lo develop  them.���Sloe/,- Report.  Gold is plentifully distributed  though the quartz while in the  paystreak  it  appear*  in  larger  One of the Mines of East Kootenay.  Tlie work on the Estella group  of mines is .-.till progressing and  everything adds* to the value of  Ih** property.    As has   been   re-  quantities.     A   recent  assay  of pcaledly said the Estella   is  one  six samples of ore from this pay-  of the well developed properties  lihcati.     Large  reserves  of, ore  i  .re being blocked out, and so far  ihe   work ��. shows    conclusively  [.hat, the ore', bodies at a depth  fire fully iis 'large as on the sur-  I'ace, and iii -some  of  the  open-'  Jugs there is a marked- improve-*  (nentboth in quantity and grade.;  '*'      '   -'TUG  ESTELLA:-- i  I *       '  '��� The Estella is another instance  |)f what lull-emitting work will  tic. ,Wo,rk hfs continued te^a-  taoint wliere it can be shown that  [(Is a property of -great .magnK  [ ucle, andagain 'demonstrates that.  |;re bodies improve as depth is  attained.    ' '    ���  There are a dozen,other prop-  IrLies. that only "require  further  llevciopment to prove 'that  they  Jta can be placed in tlie category  'if  (lie   mines   producing   high-  jrado ore.   Among ,these may be  hentioned    the    Dibble   group.  |)npont, Big Chief. Bald  Mountain.   .Lily   May.   Colossal   and'  [lornucopia, all of which have as  line surface.showings as can   be  pund in any cam]-).    The  Colossi and Cornucopia, consists prin-  Jipally  of .large  bodies  of Ioav  f;rade ore which  is, particularly  aiuable as a llux, while tho values  ire   high   enough    to    warrant  thorough exploiting.     So far as  ftirface indications go.  it  would  lot require mining!  in  the collide, .> acceptance of   the   term,   it  lin be quarried.  I' If it is desired lo make known  lo the world what the mineral  K'callhof the Fort Steele district  there should be more active  [.evelopment done, and on the  ���nes which has made mines of  Ihe Chickamon Stone and Estol-  |.i. The is no reasou .why thisj  istricf should not be a-s well  known as West Kootenay and  fjoimdarv.  The Try Again Bonded.    , ,  A little over  two  weeks" ago  A. W. Blcasdell gave a lo  days  option'for a  bond'on1 the  Try  Again claim on Four Mile creek,  about,ten miles from town.   The  option, expired on Tuesday last,  but not before, a  telegram   was  received saying the parties would  take, tlie- bond, on ,the', property.  Mr. TLeeky  of  West' Kootenay,  represents    the ,, parties, , .and  Thomas Ede of this  city  made  the  ,deal.   '  Who 7 Mr. Leoky's  ijaackers are could not-be learned.  ��� Tlie'price put'upon tlie  property by  the  owners.is  ��in.U0O.  Under, the  terms  of   tho   bond  work iimsI commence,,inside  of  fifteen days from the  27th.   and  the     work     will     undoubtedly  be started belore, the expiration  o'f the  time,   probably  between  the 1st and'Sth of October.  The tunnel  is  now   in  tio  feet,  showing twenty  inches  of  copper  pyrites  in   the  face.     The  last assay gave a  value of  4.08  ounces of silver, 'SL^O in gold and  22. SO   pei*   cent    copper.      The  claim is one of the most  promising in the vicinity.  Mining- Notes.  Hank Eller is down  from   the  I'oi'th  Star hill   where  he   has  i.'on doing assessment "work  on  A $20,000 Bond.  William   Millicaii   and    Hugh  McCool have "given  a bond  on  the Enterprise mineral claim  to  David W. Moore of Trail.    This  claim is located on the west Cork  ol'  the  Si.   Mary's,    about    five  miles south of Sawyers pass,   in  the   immediate   vicinity   of   the  claims of Ceorge Urquharl.  The  consideration    is   &2(>,(K)0,    payments   to   be   made  as   follows:  &">,()<K) March  lith,   lilOO:  !?r>,0W  Sept. i:ith; and  $l(i,0d0,   March  10th, Midi.    Air. Moore it will be  remembered was in Fort  Steele  a couple of week's, ostensibly   to  look over the country; it will  be  seen, however, that he was  not  idle.  Mr. Moore is one of the best  known men in West K'ootenay.  He was for a number of years  .connected with the Kaslo Sampling works, and later with the  Trail  Smelter.      He   has   more  chute gave an average value  of  $!):���].;j:j per ton.   the  highest  assay being S-ldO  and   the  lowest  !?('.     The  sain plus  from    which  these assays were made were  an  average of tlie  chute  and  were  not   specially  selected  for  this  purpose. '   The   Dupont'  group  consists of the, .Ida,   the  lowest  claim   down   the , mountain; the  Dupont   and   the   Boulder,    the  latter'roaching over the 'Summit.  The ledge which is uncovered..at  the lower end of the Ida' is traceable   through  the  three  claims  continuous and unbroken.     The  development consists   of   about  l-l(i feet of open cuts and  tunnel  the latter now'in about ten feet.  This tunnel has been  driven -on  a  parallel   lead,   and  so  far   -is  showing up better than the main  lead.    This tunnel is on the lower end of tho Dupont and3 depth  can bo made very rapidly; it'was'  from this point thai the  ore- for  assay was taken.    On the  lower  part of the'Ida, near  the  creek,  the ledge was  covered   up  with  wash,  it  was  the  same  on  the  Dupont.   J An open" cut' 6o-'feet  .long has striped  the  ledge  on  Boulder.   "''<., .���   " \- <r"   '\-  (Those who, have seen the property pronounce it Ic be a most  excellent showing, and will justify the expenditure of considerable money in its exploitation.  There is one other claim belonging'to tlie group, the Qnin-  lan., upon which but little work  has been done:~vIt adjoins the  Dupont on the south west. There  is an immense lead on this property, which on the surface can  be traced for 2000 I'cet.  The Dupont is opposite the  Bii>- Chief, which is now under  bond to Winnipeg. Ottawa and  Montreal parties.  '    ��  in this district, it bids fair to  iiiake a mine of great value.  Over one thousand feet of work-  has been done and this has exposed a vast amount of ore. The  \v6rk now being done is of such  a character as ,fo thoroughly  demonstrate to the satisfaction  of the owners, and', iu fact to  everyone ''whor has visited the  mine, that if will atlract 'the attention of mining men.  The Estella group consists of  the Estella," Skylark. Rover,  Cashier. Dog' Star, Morning,  Mountain. Daisy and"Alice. The  ,woik for the most part has been  confined, to the Skylark. The  long tunnel now in 70-1 feet was  started with a view 'of tapping  the ledge at a depth o"f 0-10 feet,  but work was discontinued upon  this some time ago aud a shall,  now down HO ,feef was sunk on  the vejn and later a ,tu'uncl .was  driven on the vein with the idea  of making connections with the  shaft this will now be run about  forty feet to a point'under the  shaft and an upraise  stalled   to(  make tile connection.     A tunnel  BONDED FOB $30,000.  lie Windfall claim adjoining the  Itemwinder and All Oyer on the|fi'iends than any man  in  Koote-  .nay-..'.    ''.,     '���'���'.,' : ���"''  ���  St. John's Church of England.  Divine service will he  held   in  St.    John's     church     at    7.30:  lust-   ���'. vv ./���' ���.'���' y  f t  I'Woi'k oil tlie Tontine group  ks been suspended for the pres-  ht, or until the trails are in bet-  fr condition, ,  It is learned on good authority that several mining deals .of  msiderable importance.are,now"  fending. Some of the details  fill !be made known later. (  [Wm. Violet weut up to the (Bill  ,'yeoii Monday, it is the intention  p. in.  Strangers -welcome."  Sunday  school  at' i\vi(  All the children invited.  I'UIOSBYTIOK'IAN   CHUKCH.  There will be preaching every  Sunday ,at the' Presbyterian  'Church" at J J. a, m7 Sunday school  at 2 p. m.  7 j|    '  George Urquhart  Gives   a   Bond   on  His St. Mary's Claims.  '   One    of    the    most   important    deals     in     mining     property   in   -the  St.   Mary's   ooun-  was made a few days  ago  when  George Urquhart gave a bond on  his  properties  situated  on   Ihe  west fork oJ tho St. Mary's, four  miles south of Sawyers pass,   to  Thomas G. Holt  of  Vancouver.  The consideration was  ��,'10,000.  payable as  follows:     s">,000  on  March 12lh, 1000: $10,000  Sept.  12th.   and   *ir>,000  March   loth.  1001.    According to the terms of  the bond, work must commence  on or before the liith day of  October, IsOvi, and to continue  until the first payment is made  on  the 12th of March, lOOd.  The properly consists of the  Welcome Burnside and Forest,  mining claims. ._  ,',.. Not much is 'known' regard ing  these properties, although some  weeks ago it was reported,that a  big strike had been made on  one of , the claims, ymd that a  rich body of copper pyrite over  twenty feet wide had been un-  covered, and, later this report  was confirmed:- ;" The gentleman'  who has taken the bond is 'not-  known in East Kootenay.  Froin what can be learnt there  is a mineral belt of great   extent.  has been run on the .ledge on the  Estella aniJ.is.cnow in\ about.. 100  feet. The pay chute in the-new.  tunnel and shaft' mainlains an  average 1^ inches in ore ofc higli  grade. Much of it running three  or four hundred dollars per  ton.  At present there is  about  riOO  ions of shipping ore on the dump  besides several hundred tons  ol'  concentrating ore.    It should be  stated thai careful measurements  have been made and il has   been  ascertained that when  work   is  resumed on the long  tunnel  the  ledge will be encountered   in,, (50  feet,   and  if  the  ore bodies are  found at that depth it will  make  the Estella one oi the'most valuable properties  in East   Kootenay. The Estella group is favorably located not only for milling  the ore but for  shipping.     The  mine  is  only   about,   six   miles  from the river, and a good wagon  road can be built at a small cost.  There are ample milling  facilities on Tracy creek.      Good   mill  site and an abundance of  water.  A number of mining men   have  visited the Estella  recently  aiid  all speak highly of the property  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC    NEWS.  Special to'I'HK Hhospkctoh.  Winnipeg, Sept. 20.���The  Spanish cabinet will resign today.  Dewey Day will be celebrated  in New York today.  G. R. Maxwell, M. P.. is seriously ill at Vancouver.      'a  Sir Wilfrid Laurier will commence an Ontario tour. Oct. 1(5.  ��Th(. Boers are massing troops  at Vryheld to make a dash into  Natal.  i  The Volksraad of the  Orange  | Free State, has officially decided  to assist in the event of  war  in  the Transvaal.  o  An earthquake around Smyria,  Asia Minor, killed over a thousand people. ,      ,i  Rev. C. ,W. Gordon and Miss  Helen King, were married in  Toronto.  The Dominion Line steamer  Scotsman .went ashore ' oil' Belle  Isle. All the passengers were  taken oil'.  The Ottawa ladies" college directors will raise s2.7),000; as  their share oi the Presbyterian  million dollar fund. ,  ���The British Cabinet meet this  afternoon, and from appearances  the House of Commons will meet  next week. . ' ��  Two "of, the Elder 'Dempton  line of steamers will leave Now  Orleans to embark mules foi" the  British Government.  All arrangements for^piotoct-  ing the course in the .Columbia-  Shamrock race, have been completed. *���      "     ,  An Englishman namod-Roberf-  sopli.4uis  boeii  arro'stetl  at Pre  made a generous offer in connection with the proposed Canadian  J regiment for the Transvaal.    He  has   undertaken   io   insure   the  lives of l,00n Canadian  soldiers,  to the extent of ��1,000.000,   so  that in the evem of any of  them  being killed or  wounded,   thos*  I dependent on them would receive  the insurance.  Eor the Spokane Exposition.   '  Word has just  been   received  from W.' H. Dowsing that an excursion   of   business   men   will  leave Nelson on the 9th pi-ox.  to  be present  at   the  Spokano , Industrial Exposition  on 'international Day, October 10th,  to  remain over until the 12th. and an  invitation    is   extended   to   the  business men of  Fort  Steele  to  accompany the party.      It is desired that'anyone wishing to go '  'to   Spokane   on    that   occasion  should leave  there  names  with  C. M.   Keep  who  will  forward  them to Mr.  Dowsing,   who  has.  charge of the excursion.  Hotel Arrivals. ��� ''  WixnsoK : ��� Robert Little,  Perry creek; J. B. Smith.', Fer'-  nio: J. Hough.on. Sullivan; j.  Nelson. L. Hoffman. Dan TCimj.- ,  ton. George Larimore. Duponr.;  J. Watson, U.Biele'nburg. Tracy:  Paulding. Farnham, New York-:  R. C. Longley, Crescent: Charles  Thies. liX J. Dyer. W. .J. 0.  Wakefield, S. Uosenhaupt. Percy  F. Godenrath. Spokane: M. H.  Doline. A. Archbold.'Kimberley:',,  W. S. Keay, ,M. Mclnnes. J as.  Ryan, Sam .Ryotto, .T. C. Mus-  grave. C. M. Edwards.-; Cran-'  brook: J. D. Miinson, Dibble:'H. "  S. Robinson, cWyant, 111.; James  Bamiisteiy TobaccO: "Jos' ph" An.  toria by the Boers, charged with j'-^'son, ; .Winnipeg::       M.     W.  high treason. \   ��� ,"      Cranes,   TJonners^Ferry;   J. ,S.���  Pater'son,'*C. M. Cameron,  tfoss-  Aftor an hours fighting, the  United States troops captured  Porac, atowninParufonge province.  The plan for a tflli.OOO University building at  Winnipeg,   was Ue  approved    by    the    University  Council. ,    .  Hilda Blake the Brandon  murderess is alleged to have  committed another crime.  The second batlalion of Grenadiers have been ordered from  Gibraltar to tlie capo.  'land; John Thompson.    Pinclu.  Crook; M. R. Agnes. Toronto.  A Correction.  A Windermere dispatch of the  24th inst  to  the  Nelson  Miner  states that the Mackintosh   syndicate has brought   suit  in   the  supreme   court   against  Colletl,  Starbird and Roberson to recover $.1,000. the amount of the first  payment on the Red Line group  of mines.     This proves lo be incorrect.    The   matter  has  been  settled.    The Mackintosh syndicate is   tu  release any  interest  they.have   in   the property  and  the ��5000  will   be   returned , to'  them by  Messrs.   Collett,   Star-  bird and Roberson. '    .  Even Money on the Shamrock.  London, Sept.  -The inter  est here in the Challenger, the  Shamrock, has increased since  her recent trials. Captain Laurence,-.a friend of Lord Dunravens  has wagered  with  Riley  Gran-  nan, the "plunger" $r>00 to  $500  in that section, while in most, in-1 oil the challenger..'1  News Notes.  N. Clarke Wallace, 'M. P..  Sovereign Grand Master of the  Orange Association of Canada,  was in Nelson a few days ago.  The Hall Mines Limited .shipped two carloads of matte to  Jersey City on Monday last.  The Victoria Globe after au��  existence of eight months died  on Monday.  With the completion of the  telegraph line from Nelson to  Grand Forks, a rate of 25 cents  for ten words and two cents for  eace additional word has been  in tide.  The collector of the port of  Kevelstoke has been su>poiidrd.  R. T. Lowery editor of the  New Denver Ledge is on a pilgrimage to the Boundary creek  country.  The U. S. Secret   Service  has  discovered a new counterfoil   ��2 i  silver certificate.      It is   of   the I  series of IXOO, check letter "C",  Bruce register, Roberts treasurer.    It is printed on'two   pieces  of soft,, thin  paper,   pasted  to-,  getlier, no attempt having- been  made to imitate the silk  fibre  in  the genuine.      If is'apparenlly a'  zinc etching.        .  Hewit.t' B.oslocki   M.   P.; "has  Prominent Visitors.  A number' of prominent citi-  on.-:, of Spokane were in the citv  during the week". Among iheni  were R. J. Oyer, president of the  Rxchange National Bank: S  Rosonhaupl. of the Chicago  Clothing Company; Gharlos  Thies and W.��C. Wakolield, accompanied by Percy P. Godenrath, travelling correspondent of  the Spokesman-Review. The  party paid a visit to the Chickamon Stone, and returned on  Thursday evening.  Railway Notes.  The building of the Nelson A-  Bedlingtou railway will eifect a  great saving in time and money  for the people wishing to visit  Spokane or^ western Montana  points.  It is reported tint a narrow  gauge railway will be built from  Grand l^orlc to Republic and  that Canadian capital is back of  the enlorprim_\  ,     Toronto dispatch.  The Globe's  'Ottawa spocial,say.s:     Although  all negotiations are not completed,   it   is  coi tain that McKenzie  |and   Mann,   proprietor-*   of   the  I Canadian      Northern     Railway,  , will shortly acquire the  charter  iof Ilie Kdiimnton Yukon and Pa-  cilie    Railway,    llnis    promising  another link in the proposed new  transcontinental railway. '  A Righteous Judgment.  One of pur. .-suspected citizens  .rushed into the PkospkOtoi:  sancfinn yosterdjiy and gave us  the following old chestnut:  '���'While it is raining in Loudon  don't you see, it is Dewey in  N e w   York-".      Befo re  h e xx mid  been busy opening   fair.s   during get. through the door he was  hit  the week.     He  opened   one   atjin thojbaek'of the head with the-  Vernon on Tuesday and another'paste.pot,  aiid ''his'remains  are  at Aslicroft on .Thursday. ������   i now  A   prominent   Mont real or  has Shall;  lying   in   state   in   the   fire THE PROSPECTOR; "fort'jTEE^^C.7^P^SBETi'ii<). 11
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Mineral Act,   1896.
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V/'V'IVvVv VV CANAiM:VVV.v;yV::rVjVvv;;j.■...,( ;,■■■-;:■ yy
PK6yi^CK.<;iF;;inVi.TisH,;Ci.M.u>i"iA;r{;V'.V ;.;77 y
('eei-ryV q^-eelii^Gcilil vJli'nes,7 l7iniited:-7js
a'lithprized and.licensed :to:,carry.ohVliiisines's
KVcarry out,.oi- eircetVail.pr tinyVofVihoV oiijeuts
hel-e in .'set forUi. to which  iho f.ejjislati veV.au7.'
thority of tlie r.e(,'islatui'o:of If ritisji .Coin liibia
v.- V "v ilfV. 'V. '-v V'v. ,-v.^ ; '; 'V: -
articles'anfl:iit-oiiucts;ineideiHiUly pi-' </o
aforesaidyyVj,..;V: ; y^;Vv
'.',!.!■/™y 1'iirciuisey)•' otherwiseViicqiiire,nild7 paH"t!ierei)f:7tP'ailviitice moniiy'for. siiclr: puf-,'
Carli'/icah'.  of, Iiiijn'orciiiini.tx.
■.. V  77,:,v   " NOTICE. :,
—I'liti. IShu. 1'oter." -The Wheel of Koriuiie.",
lorn.Certilii-iaeof Improvements, lor the  pur- j -rhc^liiudy "The Ainster" and   "Blue   Peler
poseol' olitaitiiiiK ii Crown i.lrant or  the aboye j i.-,.;,^;,,,,-;   Mm0rai,;Cluims  situate.in thi7l-'ort
:lil";.. "■' .■' ' ! .Steele .Miniuu'Division of' Soutii Kast ICooleiiay
Oistriet. ■'■     X-        .-..■'■ '. '   '. 7 ■
7 ' And fiirr..lic.r u< Ue not ice ..thiit action, under
sccliou IIT. iiiusi; be eoiiiiiieiii'i.'iriiefore the, issii-
a:H;e'of siich't.'ortitii'ntc,of liiiprpveinont.slV
v7 v ;''■' 7 '"■„.'..'■ -'''. ■..■■••■"..'/•     7  V7C.:F-Sniitli-7.
«,   ■:i)iitei.I"tiil.s'-JStli.'divy of July.'.ISW.V.'., :!i-;:i' V
vnotice: , ' :7    'X' XX"
,Miiier:i.l Clai.ii: siiuiiic in tin.-
Division of Kii^t  Kooti-niiv
''■JFoi't.'Steelii Mmln
' "District-//"""''"     ?"■ -X  ■'':■•' /•.. ' X' -XX'.     '.  ■
" 'Where located: --Aliotit'three  iiiili,^r ab'.iye
the r'aclcUridj-e on'Ktk ■Kivur.    / ' 'V   ' .,
..Take tibiii't.' that .1. Charles l-'. Smith. n^'eTit I
lor Ociir^'e 11. Watson. Free .Miner's Certificate \
So. "SilSl'+A"'. ititentLsixty ila'ysfrom  thc'.itate ;
het-col. to apply to the Minim.', Kt-eortler tor a.;';
Certificate v'of  Improveinems.   for  the purpose ;
if obtaining' a Crown (.'.I'jint.of the above ciaini.'.j
Aiid further .ta \<i- notice tliat action, 'under J
M-cihin :'l7Viuiisi,/be comilieiii.-i/d beloft- thi- is>il- :
;mce of such Co.rtitiea tc "I tii!pr..v*.*:i)..-r.ts. •{
cv ' ... i: ■' '   ■ '.;.'       'ty i-v smith.'■.•/ I
- Dat./d this isth-diiy "I JuivVts!'!'.        :!i;:ni    j.
r  v /Where located:— t)h Allci Creek, lour miles
i from.head.of St. Mary's l.tiko. V    .    /.. „   ?■■ X
j      ' Tiike  notice  that  t  (.'"le.nient    Huiijierford
j/Pollen .l-"reeMinei--sCertitieate So. llillhi.  in
Vteiid. sixty days l't-oiu the dtite'.hereof. to /appl.v
;/to the Mining h'ecoriler, for a;( lertilieiite i)f liii-
: provi'.iiiontsv.for the purpose'.if olitaininy Crown
i Orants of the above claims.X'.i: . "j.       .'.■".,'..
|  ,     Aiul further take notice   thiiy actioifViinder
section :ir, uiust be commenced before tlu' issuance oi.such Certitieate of Im])i'0veinent.s.
.V , Oati.-d this lith day i.f Aui-'tist. lrti!ivi, . ,.
:'.:J- in   I 'LICMKNT hfU.S'fl EK FOK I) POI.I.IC.v/
V.  (K<HI.M   f.'l  ■■-...-.
■KKTiril.-ATK  i.l'K  I.Ml'K. IVKMK.VTS.
.'.. " / ' Certificate "of Improvemeiits.     ,
/'■■ '      ' ' .   'NOTICE.     ' .■''•;'
.:,■ .The.'"Mohicini" SUn.i-ral I'laiii! situate in
the FoitjStrei.: MiiilnL- liivNInn of Kii-t Koot^
•.-nay.Uislriet..     „'.'.'        i'   ' 7 .      7
:7    Where located:    near Marli iv,rc.;;7   .  '     ■'•■
Take n.oic.. i.ln'it I .latip'-J AVHar\,-v. 'as-'ent
, fur Lawrence *v;.t.}ii:i-i'i-i' l'it'...Mtri.-r'-. iv.frtil.icit"
..Vi>. -'r-,i.liiifj.\.:' itit.-nd. -.i.s't.y ..lay- fr./in :.h<- .int..
hereof, to ;ipj>l >;.'...'. Lb..: .Mining K'.i.-o.Vl.-r tor a
Oertltlciitv of. r:iij).rovf-meiit.-i lor the jit.r;i...-e
.if.obtainiiii.' a i -|,...\\n i i-raiii .,:'.. li.- aij.n.- ..-iaiii:.
' Aiid fin-til--!-.take to.lice tr.iu .aetioit.'ur;.il.:r
S'H:ti<in :tr. must .bee.unmeiice'l b.-r...r.- ;li.- i--u-
, anc-5- '.f such .('i'l-l irira'..- I.f linpi/'.-veiii.-n!.-.
":■' -.    '  '. ' 7 ,, j. .\.   HAliVKV
Dated i hi- si li .lav of-Auir'n.-i.. l.-.li'.'      .'i-.'-t.i
i NOTICE;. ■'"
J:       Welcome Minora! Claim situate in tin
i Steele. Mininy Division of Kn,-t K'niitciiay
i trict. ,; 7 •   ' .
'V,     Where.l.H-'iili-ii;     nil W..--I  |-'.,rl;  St.   Mary--
n"vet- y. .
j Ttiko.-iiolici.'tha'l l.iieors.'e   l.'r.|iiha rt   i-'ri-e
No.   iilli'.su.   intend., sixty
bcrcol. to apply I... tin.- Min-
-'•rtiilcat.' of l.tiipi-iivciiii-nis
i.lniiiliu' a   i 'i-invn C rain ,.f
;e.vtends. ■■ :
'.The liead.oriiceof the cpinpiiny- Is7situate/al-
So. ^l^l>iishwopd llviise,VXe\v/Hroad;Sti;t:et7
- London. Kriiiliinil.",'•■■.'■;'.''. X; \t7y ;:':/../' 'X'-Ji-
The iimiiiint <>f the capita 1 <>r the coiiipiiny/is
■ t'WUHlii; (iivided into ITOKIO shares ofvtl/eacli.' ,'V
' The hetid plliceiof.the coriipan'y' in; this Proy-
Ince is/si iiia'ie at'Fort Steele/ aiiii.1 nines' White
Kobertson Voting, ininini.' eniiineer. wlioseo'ad-
di-oss is Fort .Sleiile liforesuid. is att.oi-iie.v"fo>-
.the company.       ./-'/.'.■ -( .     V ■..
.'The objects for^wliich the conipaiiy'iia-' bcoii
established are:'--   V -V        'V ""''■ '■';■ ' Vv /.VV /.
v(l.) T'o'aciiuire j-'iihl mines! mininir rights and
auriferous Itiiid. and aiiy real or personal pip|i-
ertyiii IJritish.Coluinbia.'Australia. "'Now, 35oii. '
eland.-Spilth Africa, or oisew-here.' aiid  any  interest' therein: and in particular! .to adopt 'aiid
carry into eiroet. .with iji-.without  liioditioatioti.
si proposed coiitracfwith ilie l.'itinucial.Cuiir--'
aiitee  Syndicate/ l.iniii.od.  iiteiitilied   liy , the.
.siiriiattiro.pf the'lii;st signatory, lierebl'::,i V   . ,/
-   (--/l/l'o search foi-. prospect, examine aiid explore   mines  and  erotind   believed no contain
minora|s oi-.pi-ecious stones, and to search'' I'm-
and  obtain .information   iti; reifard   to   niihes.
inluliiff ehiiins. inininjj; ilisi ricls ami localities.:
V (:i.) 'Tr> purehase. take <ni lease: or liy.concession; or Sitiierwise, aciiiiireaii interest, in. and
to hold. sell, dispose of.' nnj  deal   with; miiies
and iniiiiii!,'.rights.,.liinl   property -btlieved, to
eon lain    minerals   or  precious' stones' .if, iill
kinds, and w'iihivinilcriakines coiiiii.cleil there-'
with: to work/ exorcise.
turn to,account the same, ami/to. liiiy. sell.-Ve-
line. iiianipiilato.. aiul deal iuoiiie'tiils of all
kinds, and in pariiciilnr irold.. silver and other
precious metals and precious'stones. ' i.
..(-t.l'l'o tnin.siicf and carry on .-inkinils of.
ayeiiey aiid (•ouiiiii.-sion business, inid'in particular iii collect liioiieys. ■ royalties, 'revenue'.''
interest.'i-i'tits aiid debts: td.inviitiiiti. lnans.'tii
Iind iiivostnieiits. aud to Issiie and place shares'
stocks, bond.-, debentures, debenture slock
securities- '    '■
IS.) Tii ..ftii-iil
liiideftake'iili pj; imi^
ei-tyand jiabili ties of anyperson'bi-persoiis,.or'-
eoiiipaiiyVciiiTyiii^'pn'iin.vVbu'si ivliicli/; -th'i.»i7;
compiiiiy.'isaiithoi'i'seil 'tp/ctirry oii; iii-posses.4Ml /
of iprope'rty ^'suiulifc;* fp'r' tliy'-pifrppsi/sof tliisi
770i:)/Tp1'ientiii7'iiilo ' iiartnei'ship /oi-7ihttiiiuy|
.-ci   "    ••'■'■    '   '"•" ■   ' "      '   '- --
;/siriti)f;to stiii-t. extend -ordevelop tiny viiiisiiiess
;i)i% liusiii^sisesStir/tO -bmidi/cpiistruiE/ciiv'erect;!"
.ccihuvlctlikeiy tp;adyiinco,'^ir^
^.ri»';).^ro.'-ac't;ui»t'pa.vmeiit for/any, praperty/di/
VJJflits>ol(rorVoiliorwisc/disppseil7pfi;:pr detilt;
with any person <ir;persons; orebini5any carry^
itib' oii.oi-iibout tci ciii-ry im/aiiy busiiioss which'■/!
this company isiiutlioriseii.to citrry on.' or any?.'
.ljusliws's ov u,«ii!<ueilpn,ca'iiji'vig7pf/lj.cIjyt'--'yQn'4'j
71*resetit iiddres^jrAqtiS:;&7HUt:HKs77
,:ini>nt.s ui;..othu.Aviso, or-in i'siia'i^S'/.dr'Viiujvcom-.-.
1'iiny// willi ;pi-i;\vithput;^deferred Vpi/ preferred
''i^ht-s.iii resp'pet of.'divideiids (ir.j-eptiyin'ontvof.
ca'Wtttr orvPtherwiso. prvbyvniearisbl' a moi-t-
8a8«i.(:- Pi-' by .de-bentiiros. V debenturev",sib< lc or.
tliiseoinptitij'.' ti nd fo. tii luvor otherwiseacq'iiiie j.'^ aii.v.coiiipany^priiii'rtl,
nnd, hold shares or/'stock ,in. or securities of.  .'ill Oiie,UH>dc aiid partly in atidthei'., iind  b'elier.-1
si ml ip subsidise pr'plhei-wise assist iitiy Siiicli 'hilly piivsucli  teriiis' 'n.«i';'ihe.blrecti)i'.<i''inay/aii-
''proypy vvvvy--yv'-  ;7',:^v.. ^v -/, ' .--yy- vv.-";'7
''i'JtKJ.'ro'cPiisti'iiet..alter, improve,/ maintain;
Work. iiianai.'e;".superinterid. carry out/, or c'Oit-
trol tiny roadways, tram ways/railways, branch-(
es or siditij.-s; rosoi-voirs. water-courses'/, whai'-
1'"V-S. n?ll,|1«ff'|t'lprles:'.sh'ip.s:; warehouses',-.!shops,'
stores, iind other works, ijuildiiitisvpr/conveiil-
uiivis which' may seem . eiilculated, directly, or,
iiipaiiy-sinte rests:
company, and to sell. ;hohl.V;ro-issue. wither
without >.'tiiirantee; or-otherwise deal with such
shares or securities:,7 ''''.:/./.'"'"'v.. V ,'"",: 7/.
(li),-|'p .pu'i-eiiaso. talto' oh .lease, vir./itics*
ehaiiKe. hire orptherw:ise aciiuiie lain.\^,iioiisos
.wiirehpiisos; huntliiitrSj/iiisiajifaiior'^yharvcs
and,'srenerally any, real or. personai'property,
also tiny riirhtsdr privileges which 'this company iiiiiy dpem expi.-diont"or. convenient  with'   iiidirectlyVtp advance''tl'iu co
l-'i;.] "i;o liitiku. draw.iic'cept, indorse-and ex-
ecu leprOmissOry.noies/ bills of exeha litre, and
other iiejibtialile inst.rumoiits:"'■■'"' V
;■■ |'--.J.:'l'p,.ilistribute any'of.'the iirop'erty-or asr
sets of the. company 'ainoiiK'.the members in
specie or otherwise: . '. ; . ■,,-.,,'■ v''.v vv.'-
"■'(•.':!. I 'I'P. receive; money ''upon ileposlt.. iitin-
,roforehco to/aii.v of those pbjects. or 'capable of
beinir prolilably dealt with.'iii'.couiie'ctipn' with
any: of this/ cot'npany-sV propei-ty/pr rights; for.
lime heiUK': /' ".' 7 ' v/'-.. >'■'■ .//■/' '■ V, ■'■'■■'""...'X.'
,7 .(|:!-)'l'o pay for 'aiiy property or rijihts aciiuir-
od by this, coiniiiiny;, either in easli^or shares.
\vith or w;itiiout.Vprefci-redbr deferred"ri£hts;:iif
respect dtVdivi^loiiil. o'ii^ i-ep-iyuiontVof cajutal- or | forest orVothorwi^e.and to invest),iiiid deal with
'oUierwiseVor byniiy seenritiesVwhich the com-/:the/moneys ;oT tike. coiiip.in'iy/ii'oidiiiiiicd'liiie'l.v
punyhas power lo issue.or partly In inie, ini)ilijl.reiiuirpd. upon, siifh,, securities ,/and ' iii Wiicli
iind. partly iii.tinoi.lie'r./ami ^eiierlilly' oil/ siicli .'manner, as iiiiiy Vl'roiii "time 'totitiie/lieVlelcr-
l-lJjniisiis the divei^tors inay approyoV V/'// / V.77/J '"ibeii:. / ;VV   7//. ' .■'''■: V   777 ■'/■.".' -. ;,77'.,/' '■ ■'
l-l-J.V'I'o lend nioueyto.siioli. persoiis and  on
    ,., .     . ....     , -    -       — din par
the issue of dobentu res. ,mort,|.'iiv.'e ^ohoiituresjl'eulnr., tp: cuslomei-s Pf and/persons having
Sir debeuture:sibck or.other forin of niprl«iitto: j dvalintrs' with Uie..opiiipniiy/ iiiul, to ^tiiirauteo
pei-pcuual or, iilhei-Avise. char^eil .upiiii all, or ('.the. perl'orniiiiii-e.iir coiiiriicts by liionibors of.
any of the conipiiny-s pi'oiierty(bpth present/ or iiei/siuisliiiviiis; ilon'linss.w'iihVihc ednipaiiy: '
levelop. linanco. anil j <"ui futiire) dnoiudin.; its'. niicalloii eapital; Vv.1-^ I Toobiain any |.irov!sipiial'oi- dtlier^in'lei-
either by spet'Illi'-pMloiitliiK-.-seciii'Iiy.: / V;,.V j.or license of the liiiard (ifTraiie or AetVot' i-ar-
•/■(■'•">•)_. 'I'o pay brokers-, fi-es a ntl coiiiniissions. i I lament for eiiablinj,' the com puny, n, carry, any
and to reiiiiiiierateyby cciniiiilssion liiiii otli'ei-''-j "'' its., olijecis into./ elb.'ct." ,.>f, i'or ell'ceiiii'ij/i'iiy
wise, liiiy person or coiuiiaiiyforservic'es reiiil- |: modilicatioii of the c"iupan.v-s-coiisi.i'tutIon: < '
prod in plaidni;. Or assist Iny to idai-o^iny offlHj.j - \'2i\. |;TbVsuiiscrtbo 'loiiiij- fund, corporation
shares in the twiiipiiny's capital, or aiiy.-dolien.- ' or liisiiiuiioii. whether,liicorporaled m- lint, iii-,
iiii'i^.-o'r.iit'litM'sei'iii-Ii.ies or'lhi..coiiipaii.v: ".-, ,; • corpora toil; n nil t.(i act.by ileletrato or 'iuhern-ist;'
' (in. I To eine'r into' any arr.-in^oiiiont.swiili i "''"" iinV. trade council, coniinltiee. chamber of
illy iroyi.-rnnieiiis nr liutliorit.ii.'s. supreme,  mii; ' eo,mnicrc(p. syndicate..or oilier body of   persoiis
/*.7(Vv7,t,.'/7'7/:v-y'7"?,""v'v .'vv-7vi-v777/77yXXX..
: The L^eaclville of East Koomaiif
-.... "^•)7!',;';;;:lisi<! iiipney Iii ..sfic.li a inatinor iis.tiie;!;. l-l-J/'I'odond liioiieyto.suoli. persons
coinpany .sliall.tliliij;ni.  iniil  in   pit rtiotil:) i-.-iiy f siiclrteriiis Vis may seoni i.'Xpoillent. liiiii
7;'7lfyinileSv/'&OOT; ^'-ftimous/
flpm/the,'Sii:r7i:Jvan.inine/-1;X vv -".'■
-Jveurly -()() .iniiicral; -.i-hiUi^ s„rj'oim|i;
V -Kl^HI^Ll^yvar,,! depend! h,i,; if x ;7
xx. ',///''/ y-fr'i' sup/iiit^.; •■'■.-''i ■'■■■:. 7'/:.'.'
7  Tlie tenninusvof the ^cfestar'
Railway- Branch/ 7-:'--:vXx XX
lMiiciC/jf  l.i(n
| nicipal.   local.' or.iiiherwise.   that   may
I'oi'.siir.i-oiiMded iijt tlle!VL.-Vt:rt.|.:S!r'"siL-
VJ':it-,L,^P 7M.K10S iw' ■ym*woiiLi> ii
it.  must, "niioeksiujiitv.. "liu.ntuii'
'•ity-,-;-'""/,/-;/v: ■■'■■-■ -'./':■■ ,.-
ti, ,..l:i.
Fot a safe aiiid profitable invest^
7 ment buy lots -in: Kimberlev' ."
I'oi-nieil In lawfully iii-.imiitc ipihcr ihe
1 ml
.Miiier'-. t.Vrtillciite
. ilav.-'lriiin the ('late
Mil.- It'-c.ir.ler foi a I
fir tin. purpose *.f..
above ciaini. '       .
.And Hinii'.-r lake 1,1..tii-.-   tb.-ii action   1111,1
l!..ri :!7 lllll.-t..be Oi.nliuetiecl.lieriu-e th...- Iss
.-nl -ucb (Vi'iiiiciitciiMjiipYnvi'ini-iiLs.
Oiib-il tins tali.lay of September, l.-'m.' :i;.
"     ' 0101 ii;i;k i.-|((,ii-|iai,"I'v
X.a2ifJ   Purchase.
I     ,....   ....,,„,..,.,,,   ,,,,,,   priiviile, ileposil>
j jnia rantee  I'lind-   i-ei|iilred   Invrel.-iiiou   t'o .i
.temler.iir appliciition fin- aiiy contract, cunces-
,.-ion. ilecrei!. eiiac'iiiieiii,'priijiei-ty or privilege
iii rein lion to the carrying mit of any coiiir'acl.
ciiiiei...-sioii. decree or eiiiietinent:
pi)| To carry mi tin; business of nieial f.iiniil-
ers.  mine .>y.-ners; .smelters,  enylueer.-.   nier
chants...shippers,  owners.  in,-inii..'ois. or .over-,
seers, of  mines,   railways,   triiiiiwa.vs,   agents;
.carriers.- traders..uiiiiiiifacltireits. .|M(| eoiilnict-
oi-s-. o.i- any business or businesses ciiiivenieiil.-,
'l.\-carried on in conneciion ther.-wil h
lined Jllrectly or indii-ectly to inlianee the value j ,,i- any. pan, ,1
..I' or ('render 'pi-ollinlile .any 'of t.lie.c./iiiipiinys I oi7 otherwrs,.
conducive   to -the conipiiny'.s'objects, oi-11 iiy of,,,''i.tei-i'si. of the trades to which the , busiue
ceuei-ii I
tlieni; and ip obtiiin fniiiiVan.v such i.'overnmeiit,
or others.-any'chiiriers. riaflits. prlviles.'es, and
coiices.-ioiis which, the, company may think if
desirable to obtain, iind i,, cari-y. out. exercise,
and coni|ily wli.li aii.vsuch ari-ain.'eiiieiit.
pj-ivilet'esaiid coiicessions:
(17.) 'I'o ,
(li:ri;ikiii(; ;
dl'thc whole
An.' A iiiiilo;iniu,t(ii-
milling-,i|ii:.ii't./.:' Sir. '■-
of ^i)ld; W'.-i-hi iv'it li 1
Mttili.- in M.'irl inns I'm- I 'ii
tain i-litiiii.- I. ' 'an l'»'- -iv
Khjjciic M issinnv
' -'Foi'. I'tii;; iciiiar.- aii|.|y
v    .1. ,v. H.\i:\"i-:v. K
.iii- hiii-i;iii-_
s iiv.-r tut in-i- .-i:i!l.
1111 wer V'-~'..'ii'H li.,-./
'.'.iclcilllo    '" liintill- '
iv■: 1 (!<-:i]-  'In.-   st;
•l-.r icit.ie.• .ilia',   -Ixly   days   all.
■ 1 infiiil
t.. iinpl.v to.ilii./( -|,ie,- (-,,iiiiiii —1,„
.'  .'.:.ln V- ';,
id '.Vol-!;-,:   Victoria   'lor -pi-nuK
. '...'lunch
1 -•   tie- r.'illbuliii.' iinoi-i"ip|i.||. in
••-.',-.1 -.1...
ti..,, .....,-..-.-,|   i imvn 'lan,;,   -.Itiiju
..! :.l. l-Vi-
l.'o..|.'-iiav., .|.--ciil.ed 11-  i'..l|,',rt ..
.'I. .-I.. -III./
11 •'' I"'- 1   ('Ian 1 tlie \v.--i I.iiii
•''■'■•->'      'bene'-   .-.drill sii'cliniu-
,-,- ..;,.,•    »l
cliaiu-..    Hiei,|.,.    ,,,ul|,    su    ehnins
"  .Iiii,.-.--.   .■'.nriiiti.!.:,'    in    nil   ci
|S.| To. apply fin-, obtain, puiclm-e.
wl-e uc.iiiire. any piiti'iiis', brevets'it-
property..btisiiifss or rlirhis:
Vi.) T iislriiel.. jnirChii.-e. U-ase.   o
wise aei|iihe. railway- and tramways'. 1
.-.|iilp. ibainialii ami work, the siiiile/.
railways or 1111 in'ways which 1 In-company
po.—e.--.- a i'IhIh, in riiii over and work:
in'ent ion.
: llcen-os, ciilii-essinli.ii. t|;ade -eej-.-l,-. ]ll'l vileires.
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ey TJJE PROSPIia TOi\ L'OllT STEELE,  B, C>. SEPTEMBER >'A>,  15P:1.  ����fttf i?x*a0ii4?JCtot%  ftJATUJlDAV, .SKJ'TJ-JMJSKi:;!!!. I8!��l.  A Country Editor.  "Wo look into a cradle  and   be-  'hold a male child.      At  the' age  of ton he is a noisy kid, with half  (be bntlons off his punts and  an  eye for meanness.     At  the' age  of 17) ho is  a  devil   in  a  print  shop: at -."> the   publisher of  a  country newspaper, at the head  ,of every enterprise calculated to  inprove the town  or enrich   the  business thereof; at HTi he, is  an  .���-lUiKiiated   .and    wornon.t   man,  ���.-with holes in his pockets and  a  .bald head;   iititihe age .of ."iO he i��;  ^ ,:t. corpse in a cheap  coffin,  and  his  only ^resources  left   behind  are   two cases  of  long   primer  type, a Washington hand  pness  and  a   subscription   book   with  ;��(>0 delinquent'subscribers,  who  line np and inarch past the coffin  ' AAying: "He was a public spirited fellow, but  he  couldn't  save  *iny thing"., .    ,    ,  i p 'diil--, iii'inif 'MMvidod for one or  1 two persons.  A newlv pafiited dcvic- for  spinnin.-; a iop consists oi a, wire  doubled and twisted -spirally,  with a button at the top by which  it is suspended, a slotted handle  being forced down over the spiral to impart a turning motion to  the rod, which fits at the lower  end into a slot in the head of the  top.    ' ,  Cows for the Klondike..  A man in ' Taconia   is, preparing soon to leave for Dawson and  -will take I2;"i cows with him.   He  -will take a sled for each cow and  1 zualce them  haul .enougjj provisions   for    the    trip.       He   already has about   a  third, of  his  herd and is busy breaking them  ho harness.,    He expects  to get  ,<t\va,y in au few- weeks.      He is  rpositive it will be a paying  venture, as fresh'milk  is   a   little  fkuown article iu the Yukon.   He  has  had, no .trouble   so   far   in  Jbroaking'his cattle and talks as  Ithough it .will he ,no .extraordi-  Fua.ry sight to see }2Z cows wend-'  fug their way .along  the  moun-  nin" {.rails.  Czar Afflicted.  The peculiar disease from  which the Czar is said to b>? suffering is known as aphasia, and  in plain English, is using one  word when another is  meant. If       his       majesty  wants his hat, and can't remember the word'"hat", he asks for  somethiug else, and he is unable  to recollect the meaning of the  words when he reads them. This  insane obliquity is believed to be,  the effect of the injury' to his  head when as Czarewitch he was  visiting Tokio, and au insane  Japanese policeman slashed into  his skulPwith ii knife. Within  the last year, however, the malady, has so increased and troubled the Czar that he is about to  resort' to,' a surgical operation,  which, if it had been performed  at    the   time   of   the11, accident.  tri'.-i1 iiiiMtl \X a!way-i ii'Miji-tjik-  ably writti'U in the -.true are: it  only remain-, for u-- to ]<-;irn Low  to read and interpret these structural changes.  Cornelius Vanderbiit inherited  less than ��f50.'0(Hi,0U0 in 1N35. and  iu 14 years increased it to more  tlian $110,000,000. William K.  Vanderbiit is known to have  been equally successful.  The first prize of $10,000 for  designs of the new buildings for  the University of California has  been awarded to a French architect. E. Benard of Paris. The  second, third, fourth atd fifth  prizes���$4,000. $-'5r000. $2,000 and  $1,000; respectively���all went lo  American architects. " ���  Governor Johnston of Alabama  has just granted a unique pardon to John Boston, a negro of  Russell coutfty Boston was.  serving a/term for stealing chickens, and 'he governor granted  hiui a pardon upon condition that  for twelve mouths he should not  buy, steal or eat another chicken,  or any portion thereof.  Sullivan Diamond Drills  Most accurate and   most  economical   prospecting  drills  made.  Drills of all capacities, oj^ei-ated" by hand'or horse power   steam-,  compressed air or electricity.  SULLIVAN MACHINERY' COMPANY ,  305 and 306 Rookery;. Spokane, Wash.       -���     - Chicago: III.  KNIGHT & STONE,  Ase-vts.  CONTRACTORS FOR   PROSPECTING  ftHRERAL  UN0S.  T.  .Miles of Tunnel* and Drifts.  There  is   no   data    available  Ivvhich    would  furnish  anything  like a-reliable estimate of the ex-  rent'of the underworkings of the  iLeadville, Colo., mines, but the  L-imi .total   must   be   enormous.  For twenty years the ground has  |>een honeycombed with undor-  Irrotind drifts.' work is still pro-  Irressihg. F,ov the past two or  !hree years from five to six.milcs  yf. new .work,have been done in  Ihe rtfex mine, and there are now  jipwards of forty miles of w-ork-  ligs in the Chrysolite, and at  l.';Lst as much "in the R. E. Lee.  Ii'he Carbonate Hill mines "have  honeycombed that hill very thor-  ughly. while Iron Hill has been  iirrowed through to an enor-  Itons extent. It is safe to say  jli.il. if all the drifts, levels,  I'inzes,   upraises  and  shafts  in  ^ike county were represented  ly   one    continuous   tunnel,   it  I on Id represent an underground  jassageway of over lo00 miles,  fhcro arc some calculators who  |.Mi h'gui-o out that there  are  at  ���us! i'OOO miles of workings.'  - " Better Than Pneumatic Tirea.  v A style of bicycle which  threatens to replace the pneumatic tire is the subject of a patent  granted to'David K. C. Divine of  would undoubtedly have prevent-1 Philadelphia. The wheel has  ed the present affliction. It is two rims. The Inner one is connected to the hub' by the ordinary means of spokes, but between the inner, and, outer rims  is an arrangement of fiat springs  having,one end fastened firmly  to the rim. while .the other ,end  is fastened by a yielding slot  connection te the inner one.  This combination is said to be  more comfortable to ride than  the pneumatic tire, as there is a  wider range ot"movement. .  C. ARMSTRONG  Four Stkki.k. B  0.  Manufacturer of  Tinware, Galvanized Iron. Sheet  ,   Iron.   Stove   Pipes  and  Copperware   ���  3UILEMNGS HEATED jii.I VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  titting  and  all  ,,      kinds of sanitary work  '   flir Tight���Hoe Blast Stoves  Hydraulic  SI'KC'IAL  r  ioi; woiuc.  and   Air  Mines  Pipes   for  ATTK.VTIOX   PA 11>' TO  IV YOU WANT A OOOI> J1K.VI.  Go to the:  MONTE   CARLO  RESTAURANT  On Riverside Avenue '  William Robinson, Proprietor  >IKAI>S    AT    AM,    IIOU1CS. ->  HIGHWARDEN   '&   SON.  PIONEER. BARBER, SHOP  i '  Everything Strictly First Class.  Are.vt door to lite Piw/tector.   ���  m the m  ! EXCHANGBIvf SAFE DEPOSIT;CO;  i  i  Ti';in->ai.:t-> a gjjuerai collectum  and  ec-  '��� '<��tiM\i?v busineij-..  DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS KHO-  ACCOUNTS CASHED.  Drafts innu-ettpayuble in Canada  and-  the United StaU;....  Kocent Inventions.  Dentists will appreciate a Mis-  Mirian's   invention,   which   will  liable them   to  see  their  work  [ore clearly, consisting of a rub-  >,r dam for  use  in   the  mouth,  |)v<��red on one side by a light  'fleeting  coating  of aluminum  li'onze.  Polroleuni can not be ex]iloded  a new can invented by  a  Bel-  !-in, the nozzle being intercept-  near its base by a small strip  tin,   having   a   narrow   slit.  |hich will prevent  the   passage  flame but will allow the oil   to  in- freely.  Jin an   improved   electric   hair  [nsh tlie battery and  induction  },) are mounted on the, back  of  brush, and a number of con-  |jt plates are attached by wires  form  a  circuit  through   the  Lly, the current iiowiug through  ie   metallic, bristles   into   the.  Kid and thence the plates.  K mechanical motor for use in  Iving small boats has been de-  |-ned,! having a jwopeller shaft  in bearings in the bottom  of  li boat, w.ith. a .pair''of oscillat-  h rods piroted on   a  standard,  ffch a   bevel   gear  arranged  at  bottom  to  drive  the  shaft:.  needless'to say that this condition of Nicholas II has occasioned the'greatest alarm in his family, and that wild'rumors are  heard on every, hand in St.  Petersburg, despite the conceal-  riient which'imperial personages  can command at such times. But  now that an operation has been  determined upon, the facts of  the case have leaked out. and  the Czar's peculiarities accounted for.   _j '      u  , Practical Patriotism.  A sentiment that is> but  indifferently developed among Canadians is what might be called the  sentiment  of   practical   patriotism.,   ThePpeople of the  United  States are as full  of this,, sentiment as  we  are  lacking  in   il.  The  Americans iwill   allow   no  foreigner to make any article for  them which  thev  can  manufac-  ture themselves.    No English or  European bicycle  manufacturer  can get a foothold in the'"United  States, but the bicycles' of, the  latter-" country  are exported  to  all countries of the world.  Nearly one-half of the wheels-sold to  Canadians are of United  States  manufacture.    Canadians should  cultivate some of the patriotism  that   characterizes  their  neighbors.     This   patriotism   should  not only be fostered by the government, but it should  be  culti  vated by individuals as well.     A  spirit   of.  practical    patriotism  would  lead   Canadians _ lo   purchase Canadian goods in perfer-  ence to any foreign country.  , It'  would lead them to   wtiar  Canadian clothes and to purchase foreign goods only when  those  of  Canadian manufacture were  not  obtainable.--Toronto  World.   ,  'Big Things in Kootenay.  Nelson has the tallest smoke  stack, and largest copper blast  furnace in Canada; Rossland is  to have the deepest vertical mine  shaft in Canada; aud the largest  building in Canada is now being  erected by a Nelson.-Rossland  firm doing business at Calgary.  Alberta. , The building is being  erected by P. Burns'A Co., and  will be 700 feet long.  MINING  rHIRTY-HIHTH TEAR.  andSciEirriFic  PRESS!  1    24 Pages  :   Weekly .-: Illastjaled.  INDISPENSABLE  TO MINING MEN; j B  I EASTKOOTENfly HOTEL  1  $3 PER .YEAR, POSTPAID.  ���y '   , t  ,       SK.N'Il FOK SAMM.K COi'V- i  MINING ��<Sd^ntifie PRESS  330 MARKET ST.���SAJT FRA3OSC0, CAL.  Wanted:���-i^ pi-i- day .sure, yuntloiiien  or ladios: t,i>oui;t! work: |)osition  liei'inauent.: reliablo firm, with best  i*efui'��ri<;e.s: uxput-iuncii unnecessary  Address: , S. M: L'liY.  F-'icld Manager. Toronto.  Wanted:---Iiidti.strU)iis moil of character  to travel ' and appoint, amenta,  tiahti'v and expenses paid.  BRAOLEY-GARRETSON CO.. LIMITED.  ,   Bfantford.  SUBSCRIBE.  ~OR  THE PROSPECTOR.  S9'  Movie City, li* C ,  ti >      ' i  Is a laige and Attractive Hole] of quiet elegance in all its  appointments, with a cusine of .superior excellence  S$  ^       Strictly   First-Class   in   al    its   Appointments       3  r��= jMcJVlaHon' Bro's, Proprietors'.    ^  The Properties of Metals.   ���  While the structural coiniiosi-  tion of metals and alloys is regulated by their chemical composition, ii, is evident that 1 heir physical properties,   to   which   they  owe their place in  the  arts,   do  not depend exclusively upon the  relative proportions of the structural components, but that they  depend   upon    the   distribution  mode' of   occurrence,   size  and  shape of the individual grains of  crystalline particles,   and  these  features  are  regulated   by   the  treatment, thermal and mechanical, to which the metal is subjected.   A-piece of steel for instance  may receive a thousand.different  treatments and Us'ultimate composition   7    remain       unaltered  throughout, although sucli treatment   modifys    its    mechanical  properties.     It is precisely (here  where chemistry fails us, that the  usefulness of the microscope asserts itself, for  the  microstruc-  ture of metals is extremely sensitive to slight changes of treat-  jueut.     The character   of   the  Wanted:���('hristian men and women,  to introduce "Ijiyhl of Life"', the  most, marvellous book since the  publication of the Kible. A commentary on the Xew Testament, together with complete  lives  of  the  . ' ApoHtlex. in point of art the work  i* a geiu. The fineM. most touch-  u)<X, life-like illustrations ever designed for tlie New Testament.  Sellh in every house, ami anybody  can sell it.. Capital or experience  unnecessary. Freight, paid. Books  on time. Send for on tii t. y-ivinjr  choice of territory, and we will  show you how to make money.  BRADL.EV-GARRETSON CO..  LIMITED.  Mrtiiit ford.  Agents: - Our book "Mreakfast. Dinner anil Supper", i�� a revelation in  delightful rookery. It's the best  advertised, most patronized, least,  criticised and mo.st eulojri/ed. A  sua)) for snap hunter.s.  Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.  IhtAN'TI-'ORO, O.VT  CITY  BAKERY  MRS. UNDERBILL,      Proprietor.  ���*��*������* >>���&&* *���$#* i--.!---** �����:);&*������>�����������&���> ,*���*-��*���-*���*��.*-***  ���s- *  , AXI> HAS A  IS l'CHI.ISlIKIJ KVIIKV SATUKIJAY,  (JL"\lt.\N*THKU CIHCL'I.A'l'lO.V I.AKGElt 'l'HA.V  AXY OTIlKIt I'AI'KK IN' KAST KOOTIONAV IT IS  AM. HOJ1B I'HIN'TKO. AXI) COXTAI.VS UOCIIMi  TII K AMOUNT OI' M-l WS OK AXV I'AJ'KH IX TIIK  DISTIUCT.  *  *  *  3-  ^**8:��^***��-S:*S:%S;S;--!i:>>*****^*��:SrS-��*��-*-3��**  As    An    Advertising  Unexcelled.  Medium    It   Is  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  Fresh Bread and Cakes  Fresh Fruits every day  Fresh-Vegetables      .  Fresh Eggs 7  Fresh Milk and Butiter  and  WATERMELONS, .  * thk I'nosm-iCTi-m covkks a disthk-t , JJJ  0/ r.AUOKit 'i'hax somk i:.m."iki:s. axij has a i\  [Jj  lawn-: kokmiox cntori.ATio.v. "^  * 1>  im-s-s-sjTm-Ji-J-J^a-j-SJf-j-j-sa-j-j-j-ja-*^^^  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, vStake One !     The-Result Will Be To  ���Your Interest. ���    '  :i;ob printing Of alt, kinds neatly and promptly  executed.' THE   PEQSPEGTOK;,  - vity, l<A;j;LJ*lt,KD     UAlylXLY   ii\;  WilE   P'i ���;>$p��'C'/6jt'' COMPANY;  A.   B.    GRACE,  TUBLfSJ-ERX ���".'���'  EDITOR- AND  successful Exposition' ever given  in Spokane. No pains are being  spared'��� by .the tnuna'gem'ent. to  make it an occasion long to be  remembered.;    y'v  7 Thenew/lock-nn a,t 'Cranbrook  istiuished. Tlie! Herald; says" it  is a poor makeshift for. "a iow'n'  th'e' size of Cranbrook."X' This, is  the government 'building*-/-.-wyhicli'  was in1course pit"; .erection a, ,fe-\\-'  weeks ago.'   y.,, -��������� -,,:7:y������������.'���-'  v^, '  7 The war .now raging7between  the-edirors of 7the ' New," Denver  L^dge;7andvSilvertqnian7'is getting personal. Editor Lowery's  vocabulary,'seems;;to,be the most  exhaustive at'a.ll evepfi-y lie ' occupies tbe::strategic/position.>;V/  THIC- PS pro j* ivt'in v.ii.iik' iii-tiit-iuivtr- ,���- - ���'' T-v.-' -y.-y ��� ..*��� " v-y v;  ico.. suitt.i-v.Fnsi x1!ii...uai;W:tiik Jitiikiiiii.'. .-"��� Another -report is ,ip the. etlecl.  for iu%-, ������ ,:���     ��� v, ������     .,,--..,- ;.;7;vy( -,.     - <���] that .Dreyfus will spend,! he win-.  '..'. '' <���'<���:���'"���������"������"��� '- -vv'v ,;| vy     ;; ;f ter in Texas.. ,7-.'' '"'v':V''7^7:vv  "...  THE,  PROSPECTOR,?*   published  t very' tiatiirday.  and  li:i<   fl guaranteed  '^ircuidiiiin larger than, any cither'-paper  .';';ii'IJas.t-.Kooicnajv-.it is all h'c>inc".i'.-jii:;rii  ���" snd   contains  double  the  nc,A'.-# of  ir>','.\  Vfiilier paper iii ilie district. .V   '     "       .  V  As   ail   advertising   mc'iiii.in   it   is.nii-  Vexcc'llcdl    V    - .7 .V'.V"-'V .-'���-:���'  '.<"Devoted to vlie upbuilding oi'Ftfrt "Steele,   the  fie'velopmentpf. tin;.vast miiier.il resources of  lie East Kootenay mining district,  subscriptions.  ..............,,..:.-j 2.(Jo per- 'Sear-  Advertising,rates made"ltrio-.vn'on .application.  Contributions -are .solicited ri-omall'parts of the,  Jljstrici; but all ina'tter-intended for publication;  22'ust have the Writer's' signature.     '������.',,V  ,, ;.lf.V, V  -V  XXrXx  Gfa��$KO^i^1C  ^SATURQAYvvSKpT'lOltiKK m, 1S9S-V.-  ���v \y.. *pt4le\y, Harvey of Vaneou-  vei'v has-been"   taking './.il. / trip  'thrpuijh .Noiyth  EastXK:ooienay.7  H-e7.^hbuld .iiiavft7'7-visited,-'-,,'Ifbi'.i.'-'j  .;' Steele: tlie7)mhi.ngr'iind-7tt>iiuiici  uialvcenftiiv tif East/lvoojiehay 77 ������'  ;:;j;'.-iJ^;i'(^('y^Vyi/^/|;/':7ff.^;/^7i'y^7  XX Th e 7 rai 1 i-dad..':. 's,'i tq at ion,7wh i<!h'  ./was. ovitlined' la^t1 wpek: -seenisyto  vnave. f met -, v wlth'/gene ralyf a/vor./ .,-.,, Definition,. of-Bucket 'stoop..'  viiart;beenofa;;,pleasi,n^vna  vTh^ourcefrpm,-.which/. thisv-hl. la:^^,^bop ^11^1 ^ ^cl��?tr';!  7fQPiatkmvwas^  jH7charactervthat;.e've:n7;thev;Cran-v  board of; u'tidev'waSvifirstv'estab-.!;  ^k#Md/^uidvnQtSfe*^  7eeptiOn;;tflthpugh/7 itseditoi'/gpt'-'  i pushe! .lots/of yvheat onlyX'There  /were'niahy'siniAir/opt^  r.were.;uuabie7;'to*>earry" sovjnuch,  v/hot/i ri rtlie.'ballar-'\vh'envvany;thing  ��� is p&blis?h'ed7.jenfling.7tb; ���t'h'e'��,ihi;|.-!  XX.Thereseefcsvto:-'=bu; ,*r.^  of ��r.vHi ii 7,were-tr; id ed' iii.  7; 77  -in the miiids pnpuiv people 7 that  . -we. ���wiil" Have:X&x l-ailroadv.''1 next  7;year7vAside-fipmiAvKat was.pubj  "..lishqd���laSt"week,' fTherevisci'^rovv--.  Hngvfeelief that .'.the Ganaclian7' Pa-  ;7pifi&.mnst';b.uiid;l;the;-n6rth:7  vpvi c  '-.lbt-s  vvvThe^heaA-te^clealersv'spQke;.;!!!  dei"isive;tei-ms .of;:,^hfse;7^ftxal'ler  ,speculator|j7 aiicivsaid ih'eyx. dealt.  ;iir77c]bucketful^7ofvgram77y 7-Thus  if-a-traderc^trrifidTess thau'n/OOO  .-..-. tonnage, -iromv'thev: mines vvuow  ' "'       ...   .  yfXX. :-v  ^iV^p^ni'iig- ii]5;7hot; :i;rpm7-'^  7^7ra.eiital;7irOti^n,7bui;;,frii:>h  :^v^nsiii(3ss7conslcle]vatnoiis.'7  :7ff;777v[rhe:iVor'ffivand7south71ihe  jvyiV<i(Iei.;S/.l;b:-::.the^^  v-7":l7c^iifpsy:7.Ayj;lli::7>i^  '--7pr<3si)e i;i ty-:.: o�� 77Easty;R6ot(3;nf[y:;::  7vMl7ffl^'1^7tj'ia(7;^  ���v; b ni lfe,.'th <i':.{| >bp u tati o h 'Xxv i 11- vg i;.eat-;;;  V-V-. >.S,v...".-iSS*s>J��-S.-'l-..! V-V, ' -. *-l'.-...:-.�� ,-)���--;-.:- ���>./.��� .V,:S.-:��--V-.:.   :  y7Jy^inC:rexi^e,.v.;i.tiid,77itl]AtplsV:Ji;astv  77';;K'pc),te<h;tL;y7-;fepi'.;'.i:l;^  7v:d liisti-'uii'l ���".iict.iy i fy. - .X Thoi'O.' is 7 no  !?';',6i;g��i:ii-iz6d''7;.io\\<h7.^^^  v..;bn;tvwluit iiiust'iiiivthevnatui'e'bf  77,thhigs im]ii'p\7e. '7.7   , ,v Xx.   '������'.', 'x ;:  ;ried;'; ya 'bucket';.* ;an<J:77the;7ex7  Pliange;7\yhere'7;t'iS3e "��������� smaii7;jpts.  ;A\fere'7;dGaltv.ins became74i n;;:". -time;  ''lrtibw'u.-;as?7a ybucketlv'shop".!,'[���'���'aricl1  !the7:termvV.-rib\y:; includbsv-'vpftices'  et&aling7-'iiV'7snfaU?;;l^  piv'Ne.w. ^"Ork:vgtoclv.;v77v,y'y;vv77;7v ���;���-;;  : StriMigers-yjsiting:  l.<7prt Steelo  ; gOa itiwaiy .-'wi'th'v' the   impression  ytl-Ull tho 'inities in   otii.",viciiiity.  .muslvor.'irocessity-inalvevpur town  .One of- grt:!a,t iinportaiicev. 7;v'7  .:  :���':'.'���'-,'���'���, ',-���-. .' .-*.-:.:* ' *���        -.7- -, 7v/; ���>.'��� ,  7 7 A geiitleihanvfroni West Kpote-;  .7 tin v. was in-town a few 'days'ago.  .While, here  he .-.wajjv''slio\yn; ,'the.  ' ii n e col loot ion ;6f .ore. o n  exhi b i;  tuni in' TiiioPuoHiM'^TOK. office.  7' After'ihqtiirihg fitlly : thevlocali-7  :-t-ie.s;',|!rpin 'vy-hlcli'''tliey;. were giitly  Pred;.expressed the opinion thai  v.iio sec ti on of'the'.Province ofl!er:  ���i- ed' better i ncluceiripnts for th e in -  7" vestment'of ca,pital.   and   .money  v juclicioiisly.-... expended',    would  b'ring East Kootenay . in  a'  posi.  "t'ion equal lo any mining camp-in  BritislrColumbia.,: ;7 ,    7- .'���  \X  Tlie .tirst of the'-'series of 'races i  for .the. America's -Chip.''will  be  sai^pdnext Tuesdiiy.    'There; is  : morV     interest :,'iiiariife:stpd    iu i  these races than in anv.-interna- i  ;,--;;7.7; Wealtli76f ..tlie.;, Traiisyaal.7 7ryyf  An 7v Anibricair - vppn tehiporary.'  pbspn'ess,thaf.:7it'>..4sv% generally.  [vnown7thatsthev^-ea:ltli^tfikpn;but  of-the7Wifwater$ra,nd m'i.tie'in th'e.  ��� Transvaal:is7ehbi-nious, but it��,-is7  Piiiy after one,;kho\vs;'thaprecise  prpfi ts,: which; igo, to' "tlie,, for tunale.  .sliai'elioklers that, it can beprop-  ei'ly. appreciafedv.' The ��� tptii-1 paid,.  iii   dividends   by   the gqld-pro-  d lie ing iiiihe?- -was ��� i ii 1S96; t'7,4p0, -  ;,0r>Q,v,in';i897 ���''��13i''nQ01-,Q(:)6)|and:'in  189S;C24,450.000;7 After reading  these;'iigures'. it 'becomes easy to  understand'the'; remark, made" -. by  ^S i r' Alf red7Mi Iner) the.day;:h p 1 ef t  EngrcUidtp return" to.Sbuth .'Africa, wheiivaskedv by : a/7 rPppi-teiv,  .-w.h at" wo u lcl :be rhis,; policy , wi tii  regard ,t'o the Transvaal. 7:.: ���'���'"liv'..  he said. ;.'--you saw,,a solid pile of  ���gold worth five hundred .millions  sterling over' there ".with 20,000  Boers;armed to .the.teeth sitting'  upon it." what i.\yo'uid..-'-ypu-7dp?'-;:  Less" e'nigmatievwas a statement  made by Mr. 'Lionel Phil li ps. "one,  fof the Ra'iid .millionaire's":���" -!'We  l.'db'n-'t: care ..about  the^franchise  \ we yant the mines/', . ;'  Issuing- Registered Packages.   '  '-.'������ The,Postmaster General is re-  ; vising the rules and  regulations  ; for    bringing, irito    force ������  the  ; tiorial" races,   h.;retofore. sailedv; amendment to the. Post (Dfticeact  Both boats iu-e/no .doubt   sjieedyipussed last session,   which   pro/  and/in if-few days we. shall know  which ii' the..best..'  Admiral'Dewey arrived in'New  'Yorlv two days . ahead of -time  and'the. greiit. Anier.iciin ."people  went wild-with .enthusiasm over  him whom they regai'd-a.s a hercj.  .."A'herb; notwithstanding ;ti:ie n---  marks' of ,("loldwin Smith upon  the si.il>jt':ct. ������,-;'  A.-syndicate  ha vie .o lie red  day a.iid    truv'  lect lire for oii<  a.iid  Aniei-ica.  ill" Vau<:OU\'(;r, men  Dreyfus   *U"'<"), a  ilillg.   expanses    to  - ..\-ear   in   Europe  vi.des for the insurance. Of l'egisr  i tered;matter transmitted through  th a n l ai 1 s. ���' Th e re is ;'i | >op'u I ar  idea that the ; registration of a  letter parcel renders'- the , Government, responsible for tin? val tie  of the .villi': .in the event, of its  miscarriage-'or. i ion-del ivory, 'but  such'wit's not the ''case, and the)  objeci of la.sl session's ' aiiieiiil-  inein of ilie act is to enable -any  person - registering a. letter- or  parcel insuring the sa.nic' to 1,1 k-  value of f wi'iil.yli ve doila.rs, by  1 .he pa yiiieiit.of.a' small sum, in,  addili'on. I.o the. regi.s1ra.tion fee  ,<>T ji.yevc.oiils.' ..-...���  ,-. ,���;���   -v-vv v7/-'v';77^/'c'-''',7;-,7y:7;v'-v7''v7'-/77.v-7y  Bdots aiid Slides;  H  Griaiit ^  j.ESSQEUSTEEL:f^M  1^. Ci./SHIER,  ''''7   ^PflGl^RlKTOK: 77.7:"  MINERS'     SUPPLIES  Wholesale Dealers In  Liquors enrol Cigars  AGENTS /FOR'   SCHLITZ'S    BEER:  Is ;i laf#ieVah<^ Elegance inr'alE-;  . '    -its Appointipents,;yvitha:Cusine of'SjUperiP'r..-   v  ���'.   ,;;7 v.--- 7      v v Excellence:. '' ������.-.���'  "LARGE/ ANB;:, C0AJM0DI0U8- SAMPLE   ROOMS   FOK  COMMERCIAL, MEN. 7^     7 7' ... 7   7-  ?      /    '" '    . ./���  .The Spokane Industrial Exposition   will   open   up next   Ttios-','-  day.     It promises to bo, Ihe moM.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  H.vW.  DREW,  1    'Proprietor,  foriSMie.  Everything New, First Class and up to. date  In Every Particular...  HEADQUARTERS ;' For'Travellers and Mining Men.  RESTAUMNT .OPEN -DAY   AND 'NIGHr 'E PROSPECTOR. FDir STE  uvjiuwhj -imij  SATL'JtUAV. SEPTIJ.MliKK :i(K IMi.  INVITATIONS TO  THE EDITORS.  Asked   to Visit Spokane nnd   Enjoy  Press Day.  '   The following invitation is being sent ont tu the editors of the  .Inland Empire:  c" .   -There'll   Ho   a   Hot   Time" in  the Old Town Tonight."  i;i)iTons' n.w    '  At the Spokane Industrial Exposition���Oeneral  Order  No.   'A,  Spokane Press Club:  You are commanded 1o appear  ���    "at the IMW-High Jinks'' ol   the  Spokane Press Club. October   7,  Editors day.  The eight hour law is suspended., .Hostilities will begin in the  morning, and a seat has been re-  herved for you on the  TUOU.KY  CAU.  The afternoon bombardment will  occur at the '   '  EXPOSITION   TK.VTH,   '    ,    "  "Which the press clubhas leased  and will absolutely own. manage  . and control for that day. At the  stroke   of 'S    the    Auditorium  , theater and the company playing  there become the properly of the  press club and guests. ���  At 10 a  UAXQL'KT,  Such as'the old'Romans nevei  dreamed of 'will bo spread at  Davenport's. Eating, drinking,  .singing and short' speeches are  , the 'order of the early night.  Then undertho guidance of experienced club men, will be seen  SPOKANIC   UY   ISLEOTKIU   JJOHT.  The police iorce has been subsidized. Propare��lo'hil-tho road  for Spokane on the above date.  A failure'to do so will.be to miss  the Ireat of your liie.  R. S. V. P. (French translated:  Answer P., D.'q.)-           ���       '    '  i  : o  I lady in the same town,  she said:  I -Oh. i have been   ilown   to  the  library and brought back a book  by Hawthorne.  I  so  love   Hawthorne". -Why", said the hostess  '���J have a number of them, which  you are al liberty to have at any  lime", and handed   her   -'Mosses  from an Old Manse". The woman  took the   book,   glanced  at   the;  title and said,   "Ah! yes.   'Moses  from au Old   Ranch'.   1   know   \  shall oniov it". ���  have received word from the  manager of the Kootenay Railway ^ Navigation Company tliat  the steamer lines operating north  from Nelson on- tho lakes and  rivers'and to Slocan. will grant  a one rale .fare to the exposition.  It is good.either by Bedlinirton  and the Ureal Northern or by  way oi Nelson and the  S.   F.   &  "ST ^  General Mining- Notes.  It is estimated that  about  J00  men  are  now7   engaged   in   the  mines about Random  '  j     During August the Whitewater'  | mill in the Slocan   handled   t',0H7i  tons of ore producing \2< tons of  concentrates.  o The   Greenwood  city   council  Mackintosh-White.  Miss Eileen Mary White, grand  daughter bl' the late Sir Hugh  Allan, and C. St. L. Mackintosh,  of Ottawa,-son'of the Hon.'.C. E.  Mackintosh, were wedded on the  J morning of ihe 10 ih at tho English cathedral. Quebec.  The wedding was the prettiest  and most fashionable of the season.    The bride was given awa.y  Railway Gompa'nu  gE. C. MILLER,. Propri  STORE  ST. MARY'S fKN BUILDING  -TH E-  <T  Imperial .  .,..,_, ,      ,by     her     stepfather.     Lt.-Col.  has appropriated *I.,o to send  a j Wj]soni coniinandei. of  lhe  foil:  mineral  exhibit  to. Spokane ,U- an(? the bridegrooin was ac-  ' lo.^elher s.-j.id is bemii'  raised   toL- -it     , . *��� .. .. .-.-  ���~   1"-'T"-1-        companied by his lather.     Over  six   hundred     invitations    were  ,l  cover   expenses   of    sending   a  commissioner with the exhibit.  The result of .the Hall Mines  smelting operations for,tho four  weeks ending September 1. lWfO.  are;. 411.") ttins 7 of ore were  smelted: Containing, approximately, 70 tons of,copper, and  ;tl.72o ounces of silver.  The Vniir gold" mines are 'reported to be making a profii of  $I2,W0 a month.  The ore shipments from"Poss  land  last'week were 4.-llfi tons,  as   follows:     Le Koi 2,'A'A\ tons:  War Eagle 1,701: Iron Mask SfKj  n  and Evening Star' 100./ r  A strike of five feet of ore litis!   ���  sent ont. <  Railroad Rumbles.      '.   "  'The following table of distances on the Kootenai Valley Railway will be of interest���the first  Limited'  The Quickest' and Finest  Train Crossing the C'on-  lineni.  To , '  "   MONTREAL.    TORONTO  and the EAST.  VA NCOUV E R, S EATTLE  and the COAST.  CAN, SUPPLY AT POPULAR PRICES  THE BEST OF'Flour Meals, Rolled Oat.-. Split Pea-. Pot  Hurley, Navy Poans. Haled Hay. Out-. "Wheat Linseed Meal '   .  i  o  Also Receives Weekly By Refrigerator Car  FVesH       Butter       and       Eggs,  LEAVE YOUR ORDKRS  FOR FIRE WOOD  ��� J prompt    /I>c7/Verv  Send' in your oulrrs  if \'<>u c-;i;ii   POST OFFICE HON Mis .  Freighting Done at Reasonable Rates.  it   Cill  column representing the distance   ,,nfirr,,v , v   T  , ���m ���,.  between points, and "the second  the' distance from Bqniiers  Ferry.  Croat depot at Bonners Ferry  to Port Hill, I'o.sfi miles: International Houndiiry. 2(j.(J7: Ry-  kerl's'Custom House, 2(j.:i4: Ci-e.-s-  1 on 111'.88: South Junction C.   P.  .,':)8. IK; -North Junction 'C.   P.  ., 4(5.8.-); Kuskanook, -HI 12. ���  Up to last Saturday six   miles  .NELSON,    ROSSLANJD.  Tlie  Only  Line Having  Through ' f%*&*&&*&*%*m*&%*****&&&&&  Connections.   ' T        ' ' '        ��-4  Fishing Tackle  East  via tlie0  Lake Route.  i ������*  IjCiin mtido in the Bonipiza   n,,ne| of truck .had   been  laid   on   the  atHossburg,  Wash.,   This  i,:iine   Kootenai Valley  Railway.  is now paying substantial   dividends. it '        '<���  "The   mining  sit nation   in'   the  Slocan does noi seem to improve  Rumorsare current Hint existing  'differences  are  to   be   adjusted  Tickets al Summer  Excursion  Rates to the,'East'1*  'STII.I.  OS  SAL'k.  ?Jt Steel  Rods   ''       , Fish Hnskols  Bnmboo  Rods Landing- Nets  Criinheai;!   Rod-  ������������  Englisli Plies  Castimr Lines <  Reels  ALL    KINDS    OF  Manitoba's Wlieat Crop. . ��-      jbu1/ no,,h1nir   dofiiiile   has   been "^pondin  Premier Greeuway gives it as donctyet.      ��� ��� ��� itheywere  ' his    opinion    .that     Manitoba's  r,wliOai crop this year'will amount  to  (5().b()0,0U()   bushels.    'A   few  weeks -ago   the  Premier's   estimate,   was    nl). 000.0(K)   bushels.-  while that  of  ihe   bankers' was  .40.000,000.'   VNbwyth'e   bankers  -have'advanced'their estimate by  10,000,000 bushels, but he is.con-  vinced that, they  tiro  still   sh'ort  of tho real figures.      Verily this  is Canada's grow ing'.lime.  The Canadian Pacific railway  'ieem lo be sharing in' tho good  limes with other transcontinental lines. The traffic receipts  for ihe week- midiuir September  14. was 8r>(>r>.00 ).-' For the cor;  AVO'-k ol lii.-,t year  tfl I.OOt). ������  CHEAP RATES to iho OLD COUNTRY j Tf  -Apply   lor   particular.-  I', li. .lir'ent or to  lo neare-t <  LINES  HOOK'S  ARTIFICIAL  WILLIAM STITT,   Ars'i; Sjneral  # In fact a complete" sportsman's paradise.  'rospcclors and Miners shunld see the display of  i ��Q'  J*  Passeuger0Agont,  Vi'ianipeg  #  ���I��  '�����  IL\lTS?}f  ������*  '���*  -���'  ���t*  Blind Pigs at Femie.  Constable Barnes went to Eor-dP011^'-  Mining men say that the  new  1   ���' ,  sin oil or which is lo be constructed at Seattle tit a cost   of csomething like  sMO.OOO.   (!X]ioc'ts  to  draw ii large- part of   its  supply  from   the   coast   properties';, of  British    Columbia.      The    Van  And a people are putting  in   another ."0-ton slack, doubling  the  capacity of their work's, so  thai  with all the arrangements1!ti progress there should be enough refining  works   for   ore   on , the  ,W., H.     Know!ton,  chief engineer of   the  Yallov   Railwav.   has  formerly  Kootenay  been appointed a-'sislaut1 chief engineer  of, the Chicago-, Great '"Western  Railway Comjiany nt a salary of  .S8OO0 a year. ���     ��  C E. M'cPHERSON,   &jne:-al  Pas-  ���    ,     senger Agent, Winnipeg.  TiT ' Piospcclors and Miners shunld see the displav of ?J?  j^ Compasses, Mineral G-lasses, Spectacles, Eye' Shades. EyeTf  jH Shields aid Smoked G-lasses. . '��� ~f  ���I"  ���>t��  *  M'   stock of Toilet Synps is complete and  Ihe varieiy  this li/.e is asloni.-diiim.  -��t��  ore   on  0  nie a few days ago and upon information succeeded in closing-  two places for selling ' liquor  without'a, license, and in each  case secured a conviction. The  selling of liquor without a license  has been carried on extensively  al Pernio and the officers are determined lo put a slop to it.  i. The  Rambler.  A weli;! known  citizen   made   a  call upon a, friend one evening a  few weeks ago.      When tho time  came for him to start for his ho-  1  tul, the night wtis,as 'dark as a  staclc of black cats. The friend  .gave him full inslructibns how  to roach the hotel safely. Next  morning calling mi him  , quired, "How did you  honio.'r"  "I got home 'all right." he replied. ������! ran against several  slumps, a fence, and finally fell  over a. cow.''  Tho friend said, "Those d���n  cows are always in the trail".  "But", replied' the citizen,  "this cow was not".  he   lii-  reach  A lady living not a thousand  miles from Fort Steele prides  herself on ihe use of French  "idiots", as Mrs. Partington  would say, and never losses an  opportunity.of airing her knowledge' ol Ihe, language. To a  gentleman caller in  speaking  ol:  an acquaintance, she said:    "Be-  '' 1 ���  ' . ��� 1    '���  tAvoon-ourselves,.you know, lie is  not what,, one would.. on.11   w/<- tin-'  l(,U-"   "      ��� 7   ��� "'      '        ....    '  Another lady had a . fondness  for books, so she said, and in  fact tried to convey the impression thai she (was a. disciple of  Emerson.    .Calling upon another  NOTES   OF   THE  LATEST NEWS.  By Wire and  Post   From' All   Parts  of the World.  Krngor's private views written  to a friend:���"Things are' serious, aud will become graver,  but a peaceful settlement will be  nf lained.'. ��  The Raad is debating, and the  two Presidents are figuring out  w;ir mailers. The genera! feeling is that all Dutch colonists  will stand together.  1  Russian sympathy is'with the  Boers. Believing that war between Croat Britain and the  Transvaal is imminent, most of  the Russian newspapers make  no attempt to conceal their sympathy with the Boers.  Dreyfus has had a relapse.  'Plie oxcileinenl of meeting his  children ha* produced a reaction  and it is feared it may be necessary 1o send him lo Malta or Ma,  deii-a.  The entire property of (he Pacific Trading <k Packing Com  pany at Ivlawawack. Prince ol  Wales' Island, about \27> miles  from Wrangal. was destroyed by  tire.  A  decision   has   been   reached  by the   Orange   Pree  Slate and  the Transvaal.      They   fear  the  British and will stand or fall  lo  gethei'. ���''' '7 . .'"."'. ���'  .Roving bands of'Yaqui Indians  are now scattered throughout  tlie mountains along the ' upper  Yaqui'river.  7 The Ceri.ria.ns side willi. the  Transvaal. 'Unofficially there is  ���open ii-ftd sincere sympathy.- All  predict war, but. the press disapproves of i-esorfing to arms!;'  Industrial exposition.managers  Prest  THE     ,  PHOTOGRAPHER  --�� ill opon a��� 1  PHOTO   S'TUDIO  incFORT STEELE  TUESDAY,   SEPTEMBER   26TK.  Ami ivill hu hui-o nt !<\>i't   Sr-oIu  ovcry  followiuir Tuuid.iy for i,1k' pre-.cnI.  KJMBEULRY.   B.  C.  Tin: KhiOM Lii,ii()i> and  ci^iu-s nnd Bo.-l l-'m-iiii-ln.-d  I iooiin-  in Tow 11.  J.   L.   GATES,   Prop!.  ' *  j*" ��A.  W. JJUiASDLLL," O'Khmio Ontario O.lloye ..I I'liiii-m.-u-v rjf  *H* '       " ���'  ^Ji  �����' -����� �������� -e- -���-  j- -������ -��. .����� .��. .��- VV-5VVVVVVW ^*"?,rrJvT;TT{f  RQVfty hotel| fioneerDnio.'liaii 'm���*  ���9  Jti  Kliislr Lijjlib   I'icturo   and  view.-, talojn by ujipointinciu,.  on t^ide  Studio open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Kershaw's Old Stand.  WePWHEELS,  Too!  v^  MILLERR0DE0NE2093MILES IN 132 HOURS  The Eldredge  $oO.OO  The Belvidere  $40.00  'The   Milwaukee7  A laminar name lor t.hu ("hicasju.  Milwiiukcii \-"Si. I '.nil Itailway. lciio��-n  all ovui-tlie Union a- tliu Gi'c-at Itail-  way runniim- the "Pinned- Limiliil."  trtiiti.-. every day anil niuln beiu-oen St,.  IJaul and (Jliiwmo. and Omaha and  (Jliica��o. "Tho only pi.-rtijfi train-in  tlie world." ci;nd(.|-,iand: ('oiuiection-  are made uith .[// 'I'l'aii-i'oiilinenia.  Line.-, a.���iii-hi" to pa-MMiuei-.- the be.-t  -erviee known. Lnxm-iou- coai'ln-.  electric liyln-; -leam.heal, ol a \ei-ity  ei|iiaic(i by no olhei- line.  See ll'.at your ticket read- via "Tlie  -Milwaukee" when ��oiiiu tu any jjoint  in the United State- or < 'anada. All  tielfet a^ent- -ell lliem.  I'or rate-, pamphlet- or other inlor-  m.u.ion. add re���.  ���I. W. i'asky. c. .1. Knnv.  Tr.w   P.i���. .\���'i. O.MM-i.il A-.-ni  SKATTI.K,  WArill.     I'OKTI. \NI). (i|{  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDliltMERE 4<$. DONALU  General iVlerchatits  Miniiio supplies a specialty  i  Miners ��roin��r nortlnvarcl via Canoo River Koule will tind il a large,  siivin.a- iind eonvenienco lo procure their supplies ;tt  Donald. ��  j  cSOLE AOEXTS'ior    0  Canton   St^ol  Company  Superior to ali others irrespective J  of price.    Catalogue tells you       \  wiiy.   .Write for one. J  ��� ��� " '  NATIONAL SEWING HACHINE'CO.,'-.  A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR.  A   Limited   Special   Offer Which  rWill Last for Ten Days Only.  l.nNM-l.Vi: ISAKKIOS DIAMOND-; ll.ivca I  uorldwide repiilatioii. li i-almu^i in,,  pii��� ible lo ili-iiiiM||is)i them ti-nm jen-  uine diamond.-co-iin^. Imiidri'd- nl dul-  liii-i cich. Tlu-\ .in- worn l>\ i In- lu-i  people We u ill loi-wanl �� (;i,m-|\i:  15 Md.'ldH Dl wiii.vii nionnied iM ,i'1i,-.-i\ \  "Windermere. Ooldi-n and Donald  Miniiiif Division.-..  Agents  at  Windermere   for  1he California Giant Powder Co.  McBride Bro's  > 33<> HKOADWAY,  }        New York.  l-act<iry,  iii-:i.vii)Enn. ill.  upon  ���'Kill-'  sneir  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  riri'J. pin. hi  -toil In ,m\   addrc���  '-������'<-��� ' receipt;  of   iirice. $1.00 each  rin^s.   .screws,   or  ch-op.s:   $2   pi.-r  pair,.  Hiiiy-. sellings , a.i'e. inai'le of one coiilin-  uons piece of thick,  shelled,   j^old,   and  wai'i'iinled. not, lo tarnisli.   Special, com-  biiiiitu'iii olVer,I'or 'toil days, only:   I liiiy  and hind-sent;.'to. any iKldn.vs   npoii   re-.;  c.-ipt,  i<f ���$I;*)()."���  In  nrdi'i-iii"- rin-1 ..-ive  it   . -"  (inL'i'i-fimeasiii-i'meiit-.liy nsin- a piuei-ol'  ,-l.riny-  -alsy full'iiai'licular.-. . .Adilress ,  plainly. ,    ' ., I  ���I-IIK   JIAKKIOS   Dt.\'.M(iN-|l Cu.. |  ���     MSI-IIS.-i   llroadwav.      j '  H,K     '  ��� ' x.-'.v Voi-k.    KOOTLNAV  Heavy Hardware  v Powder. Gaps  M  Cumbcrlaiui    Blacksinit.h    Coal  Supplies.    !)i-ill    Steel,    lite;  fuse  Min ins;  AKOKST   STOCK   OF   HARDWARE   IX   EAST- V  Till-: IMIOST'KCTOR.   !  - v J i.  ���"KKi.r.  r. t    septemp.ej'i ;i" r-nn  e 3?ro0pjujcti?r.  SATL'KiJAV. SKl-J'K.MiJl-:iJ ::o. IfflHi.  Of Interest to Miners.   ���  Wa-hingion state miner.- propose this season to take advantage ol their now mining law by  ���putting' a portion of their assessment work on tin* roads and  trails   leading-   to   their    mines jfrom the sand  guard.     Mr.  Kdi-on   i-   reported  a-, sayinir:  ������I expect to go io Sow ^Mexico with the machinery, and to  'superintend the constmetion ,,oi  the plant. We shall beyin work  at once. At the start we shall  produce ��lO.H0(i worth of gold  every day. There is ^(mi,ODD.-  000 worth of it there. The electric machinery will take it direct  We shall haudle  iiwj^i,  eie  rewi*i  FORT STEELE,  E. C  Co.  ACHINERY  where nec.e-.sary.  Faults and veins each are often found marking thq course of  a gulch or canyon, due to the  fact that the rook on either side  of the fissure, being softer and;  more .-'nattered, wtis more easily j  "-' I it  rock, and a depression   was   the,  result. , .      j  The Ontario mine at Park City j  Utah,   which  recently   resumed'  operations after a long idleness, j  lms   produced    fcJ4.00o.U0O    .ind '  paid $1:3,000,1)00 in dividends.  "Forty-live   hundred   gallons   of  water per minute tlow though  , fhe lower drain tunnel, driven at  a cost of $700,000.    The pump iu  Xo. 'A ishaft, co.stiugSlOu.uOU, has  been idle   Mince   the  tunnel   was,  driven.  When in sinking a shaft it .becomes   necessary   to change   its'  angle from vertical to incline, or". David Campbell   by   name,   who  if an. incline from a stated angle, apparently makes a, business  of.  to another, the change should be j squeezing the girls so hard'as to'  made on a curve of sufficient ra- break their ribs.     His' latest vie-!  , dius io  permit  the  running   of' tim has sued   him  for  damages.;  skips on this curve without slack jaud case is  attracting  consider-'  inn speed.    ��A sudden change in !able attention.      Campbell,   who]  direction when   running  rapidly,1 is six feet seven inches mil, while  may  result  disastrously   and   is! sparking Alice   Dile  one  night,  always dangerous. j put his arm around" her as  they  Where extreme   volatile  ore's, ii^lt <-��" the sofa,   and   when   she  like tellurium, are to be .roasted I mildly   protested   he   tightened  in a rcverberatory   furnace,   the '! hi* grip until the poor  girl   felt  is if she was in the embrace of a-  it all on the spot and merely  ship the pure gold. My process  has solved the problem of gold  mining without water, It has  been tested and found to till all  requirements. The gold ; ore in  j some places is not more than  three feet below the surface, and  extends  downwards   in   some  localities for 100 feet, before bpcl-  i .  J rock is reached.,"  ' i _   ���  !     Mr.   Edison's   system   of   gold,  , extraction by electricity is some-j  'what similar  to   that   which   he1  uses at, Edison, N. .1.. in getting  iron from river   ore   by   magnetism.    Changes were   needed   iu  the iron extracting machinery to  make it applicable ,to ngold   ore,  and it was the making, of  these  changes that caused the long delay in completing the process. ���  A,Hugging Expert.'  There is a fellow in Pittsburg,  MANUFACTURERS  and  BREWERS -OP EXTRA FINE  BEER    H    PORTER  SOLD    BY   THE    BARREL, ���  KEG    OR ��� BOTTLED  COMPLETE    PLANTS  Ready for prompt Shipment IX OUR ROSSLAND WAREHOUSE  BOILERS  HOISTS  Rand  PUMPS  BUCKETS  CARS, WHEELS  and AXLES  Wire Rope and Supplies  Compressors m Drills  Write for Estimates and Catalogues  JENCKES MACHINE CO,  Bottll'il beer I'or family use u specialty  OUTSIDE ORDKRS ("UVEX; STRICT y. PROMPT ATTENTION  CANADIAN HARD MILL CO.  ROSSLAND,    B.    Cf  R. MENDEiVHALL, Afanager,  SATISFACTION" GUARANTEED  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE- NO. I  I N.HANSON. I  General Merchant  Liquor Dealer.  AND  Sick & Williams, Prop's.  CARLIN   & DUKICK  '  fumes and du.st containing  high  ' values may be thrown down and  kept/ within   the  furnace   by' introducing a number of  fine  jets  of  wilier   into' ft,he   sniokeslack  just  above   ihe    furnace    arch.  'This scheme   has   been   success-  ; fully in the roasting of telluride  ores rich In gold preparatory  to  Hiloroa^'11?- ��     '  '  The'Sc.von Slili's mint', 'ill western Arizona, crops for nearly j  ;!0i>0 feet, but. in Ihe entire distance oasts no lloat. Tho vein  t|Uarlz is crystallized, heavily  mineralized and 'often presents  a ''comb slriicLiire". , Where oxidization has .taken place, fhe  quartz disintegrates into sand  and no piecosof lloat have ever  been found. The oroppiugs are  very obscure on I his account,  and are much mixed with the  talus oii th'e slope of the mountain side.  i , Tons of Gold.  When Thomas A. Kdi.-ou says:  "this is certainly the biggest  T ever invented", he mu��t be talking about something very important, tor Edison's various electrical inventions have made a  great change in the0 world during the last quarter of aceutury.  boa cou'trictor.      The   more  she  remonstrated   the  more muscle  did   Campbell   bring  into  play','  until suddenly there was a  pop-  ping.sound  heard' coming ,from  the  girl's  side,' whereupon   he  took his arms away and' walked  out of the house.    The pain^was  so intense that a doctor was called, and the discovery was  made  thai,    two    rib's    were     broken.  Campbell wouldn't even pay the  doclor's bill, remarking1 that the  girl's injuries  were  trivial,   and  that he had broken'a good many  ribs in the same way.    Then the  girl   got   her    dander    up    and  brought suit for damages.  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  .MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.  ��=     Manufacturer of all,Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-    32  SX: ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always     '       ^��  Sz: on hand. ' 35  g    .        DIMENSION      LUM1JEK     A     SPECIALTY. 3s  |      WflSfl, ^ - ; B.G.     1  SiUiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiuiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiif,  Sole Agents for tiie  Ganton steel  COMPANY  This Steel is guaranteed to be1 equal, to Jossop's or Firth's in all  H.utn Rock Work. ��� '    -        , '' t  DON'T    FORGET  Sole Agents  A Procession of Babies.  About '.'10.000.000 babies are  born each year, an average of  seventy per minute: thai is ten  more each minute than there are  beats of the clock. A man with  a profound weakness for statistics has figured ,that if all the  oh".0(lO.noo little ones were ranged  in a line of cradles the cradles  would girdle the earth. If carried one by one in their mother's  arms past a given point the procession would continue night and  dav for twelvemonths.  IPANY  Sole   Agents  Grows Nest Goal ^  Giant Powder company.  The Steele House  Mining  Supplies  a Specialty.  W  E  S  S  says theWannipeir Tribune. This, Romance in.High Life,  latest big thing, says an��ex-j All amas!inir romance of hi���h  change, is a proeess for extract-; m> has ]n^ ^ terminated \a  ing yold from sand, and a plant j,  costing *l.0()0.00;i is about1 to be  erected under   Mr.   Edison's dii  Assize   Court  the condemnation  at  Venice  by  of  a  duchess  ection near Santa Fo. New Mex- I  ico. where (here i- a reirion of  100 square mile- containing yokl  worth AniO.oiih.i.oo that would  'have remained there had this  process nor boon discovered.  That gold will now be taken out  and added to the world's supply.  There are large deposits el.-e-  whero that the process will make  available. , Hidden in the waste  lands of the south  I to i'."i months'  imprisonment   for  forirorv.  l A  Parisian  adventur-  i ess. wi.-shinir to provide herself  i with rospeeiable parentage, in-  ; formed the Duchess do Boufl're-  'meni. a lady famed for piety and  j philanthropy, that she was pre-  j pared to give ti'.OOO to be adopt-  1 ed by a person of rank. The  i Duchess accordingly referred  i her to Prince   Oledve.   a   ruined  GREAT  Northern  Railway.  THK  SUltVKYOll'S  CHAIN   MA OK   IT  THI-l SHOUTKST     -  TltAXRCONTlNUN'TAr.  KOUTI-l.  ft i- the mo.-t modern in uijiii]>iimnt: it. L- the heaviest railed line;  it  ha* a reelc-balla-l, roadbed: it itii>.-c.��. no j-aml dosoi't>: it \v;is   built  without ;i land <>r:iiit  or uovei'mni'iit aid: it i-. noted  for courtesy of its  employes: it U tlie only lino sei-vinj; meuK on the :i lsi riirtu j)lun.  TIT 1-50HMl T1TK GKANDKST Sl'KNKKV  IN-.\MI',HIC.\  HV   DAN'LIGITT.  l-'or KOJJT STKKI.F. and the KAST KOOTKX.YV MINKS, Weekly  Staye   from  KulUpull.    Steainboat eoiiiinuiiioiiLion.i from .lunuinnfg  dnrinii  Hummer.    (3ui��;ke>t ami  Meit route lo all part- of the United  Statu-.   KuMei'ii ('anada and   Knrope.  md  Cigars.  First   Class   Brands   of   Liquors  quarters      for      Mining      Men.        Commodious  Sample    Rooms.        Best   Cuisine   in r tlie  >West.       Modern    Conveniences.'  1   .  Home   Comforts.  Head-  D. McNeish  Proprietor.  For map-,  tielcetn  and complete infonnatiim eal  neare.-t imont or  or ad(ll���e^  C.G.nrXOX.Cenei'a!  Spokane    Wash.  Aucnt.  ,W  IIITNKY. (',. I'  St. l'anl.  .and T.A  Minn.  .nobleman, who rising to the oc-  ire K.us "1-on ;;lsion (Joc]amJ on ^oill?r *tJie  tons of gold. L-[- to th.- p.-,*-..! af]v(jntU]ieSB lh;l) sh(J  time this, gold has had, no   value  "fo man. Mines could ��� noi'.'��� be  worked'.in , that -'.region (witihout  water, and the .cost, of getting  $l(iUy.\'orth of gold from this land  by former ihefliods would ha.vc  'exceeded tlie' value of the,.. iiKjtal.  ,The machinery' which Kdison  has devised has been completed,  and is ready for shipment to  iSa.nl.ii Pe. where it will be'erected and started. , It is boxed up  at. the Edisoii works at Orange  and'" surrounded   by. yverv, safe-  was  in very deed his daughter and  thai, documentary proof could.lie.  obtained at Venice. The 'Duchess repaired, to-Venice',' a.rid. procured from a priest "named Cogo  a forged certificate of birth, on  the strength of which the 'Prin-'  cess married one.ofi'-'lhe Princes  Troubetskey. ���'"  ���  ."MUNSON -NO. 2."  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  The Best   Writing Machine  PREMIER HOUSE  SHEEP CREEK/ B. C. K. J. HIGBYE. Proprietor.  ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers.   ���  Everything    New  The  Windermere  Stage  Stops   Roth   (loing  and   Coming.  THK  o.vi.v  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  .Wlc��'aiiUv  Illustrated . ('alaloyue  I'Yoe.  Fort Steele  ' Meat Company  vl^liliSH   and   SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS  '. . ' , X .-���''.-    :'���������' 'ON,HA'n.I>.' ���'.  R0BS0N & ROGERS,,Prop's.  -, -.    - * ..��������''  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon,  Salmon Trout.  Bologna  Sausage,  Mutter and Eirgs.    Fish aiid Game in Season.  Address Edgar   A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96Weridell Street. Chicago!Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, H. C. 0  THE PROSPECTOR. FOP,T STEELE. B. C. SEPTEMBER :;n. ls<i!t.  aaron�����r*r^��i  jAl ite* -ite ite, jl^^Ai i*i jfc. j:*i i^i iltt .afc, jfe. A*i i*i jfc.  ��y��   ��.����   *f��   *f*   *f"   ��f��   'f��   ��fa   *���#*    -p>   'J*   '9*   *���*   '���*���   *���*   *T*  *5��- *�������� ��I��* ���:��� ���*���%- �������� ���V- ���;������ ��s�� ��J�� ���*����� *��������  J^i* #f��    *|*   'f��   *f��   *|��   *f*   *|"   *f��   'f*\   7f "   #f *  ^3r  <��� V ���*���:*��� */**. ���* > - -*V -*V ������:������ Vro .-J*- **o-��'�� �����.%> -**o  'f*   *(*   -,      ,;.    .|.   ��f.   ,y.   .$.   *$��   ,j,   ,0*   ,9*   ��j,  ��� fa     ��f*     af>    ��f��-     *f*    *(*     ��i*    ��4*     fcS*  4*  o  THE  CAPITAL  F  1ST .MOTE  FORT STEELE TOWNS!T  1 ' n i  ('if  ' ' ' * ' ���* i f  1 ' i ' ( , I  The only Government town in the District  tl  ' '3 . " i  ' / f 'l '  WATCH THE PROGRESS OF FORT STEELE  .}. .*. .��.  -*'  '<���  '������  �������� �������  ��)��  ���*-  ������-  ?Jr-!jr  -�����������  .(. .(.  .J. ,��r.  .��.   >|.  ������'    ��������  .��. .f.  �����> �����*  '���- ���*<-  The Hub of the  FORT STEELE  District  The Center ot  Population  Mining center of  I \ L ^  r- , '��  ' l? J     i a , *   i  the district  [Rich Placers on/.Wild Horse, Brewery and Fisher creeks.  ^Since 1864 $25,000,000  in gold has been taken  out of Wild Horse.  (Sole   headquarters  for  Tracy, Wasa, Lewis, Wolf, Wild Horse, Maus   and Xost  creeks.   The highest grade ore camp in B. C..  bafl 0? NaVIOatiOn On 1.116 Kootenay River  Daily Stage Between Fort Steele and th^ Junction  he  Objective  Point  of  The  Great  NORTHWEST  Northern  R  Choice resident and business lots 30x99 from $100 to $250.  titles guaranteed.    For Portictjlars Apply to ^  Easy terms  jrw\  BBS Tj fl' 'PKQ^PECTOH. .KoJJT bTKKLK. B, C., SEPTEMBERv^O. 1809 :  izjggi ��:x.-.~amnn r r.imacc,a;-.7ia,s  TH8 Canadian MM������^^roiiiw  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO." / 7  ���yvYl^aid^M  Hon. G150. A^oxy'ivesidim,. y :.' v ' >v v IV K. .WalivEk. (>n; aIuii.  Sterling-Exchange B^ ,   ���  v :   ^ y  London Agents���The; Bank of Scotland  . NOTICE. X;  , !(��� hereby ^iv(:i< Dial 1. T, (;. I'rcctorVt.lilrt.v  days any- date. Into'ud to iippl.y lo tin;Chief  ��� Commissioner ,ot' t.nmls and Works toy ;t :��|  years, lease ot VV< lu'i'i;-. (.1 l:.nnJ V��!i u;i to :jliout,  linir miles wcsl nf Wu'nlncr on tlii.Cro'tv's Nesi  Pass Kailroad. Ciimmc'uciiif,' ;it ii'ilnsl marked  .'i'.l.'.i  Sil'l.' corner. ���      y    ..,. .;  -."���..���;    '���     7  ,��   T. (1. PKOCi'OK.  ���   ��� -X;     ! ���  ' .   ' CSIt-'ueU)   ���  "Dini-il September tWi-rt, 'in'.iii -        ��� <    :ift-|:t .  '.   v MLVEIJ.AL.ACT. y,  i;KiiTiruV\:rK:oi'- i'n:i'k<>v.kmkNvi's:  ���'"XXx' notice;*. ;.  CRANBROOK BRANCH,- Xy   7vv7  ,7"SXTUJ'U)A V.':8KF-T.KM-B SSJ.I :i0. -1'SW.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  Vyllunnriu; Wolf-," ������IteiiiilPci'.vVT'lUiliy: ..Fruit-'"  tln;i"*.'aii(i ' "Last, Chance/: Mineral Claims,  sit tin ie. iii ..lh<.Si>Fprl :Steele M Inliia. Division of  EastKootenay'..OHitrici... ���.'  ,.'. ��� Wh(H-e';lora:te(lV--On���; Perry CreeUWEasi  Kootenay,lyinllcs.fro'm; the OUi Shaft, ���'.-"';,���  ;���'��� Take, notice Thai i..). \\. UvYouhi,'. F: ;\l,.fj.  Ittuitt ,v.- as' aj.'O.m -'��� for ' tin? vKoot.euay v < Pe'rry'  CreelOGoUUlliics Ltd.. Free 'Miner's dcuitlV  cute, N'o,, ,u. 'vtyw- ^iHvmi. 'sl.viy days ifrq.m tlie  il'liI!��� hereof. t<?;��I'l'ly to Uii' VMiiiillv;��� He.'brUer  I<H"':iCoi-liiicnttV nf Inipi'oVctncnts, 'for ftie,,piit'T  pp.y of obtiiiniin,' y Crown Gram'Of Ih".above  (.'Iiiiiii's.,.' v'v. .-..X ���.y V ���',-.'.. y,. V ���'. ���,.���.,'7- ���/;'���:  !     ./-i "      -.'������������-v-      v    /-,       i     ,-.,'      ���       ��������� Aisil fiHllini-liilai lioiir.r  tiiftl  ii^tioii  Miuli'i'  tnetrows .-^st 7v��i:M   C-oii'i]iiiny:j--M-..,.ti(.-;,,;ff,,.,,1,,si bcynmnciiccd ivairy.iiio issu;.  was to ;be incrciisml is,tlenied by iinii-f'oyiii.-iii7rriiiuv-i:i-,of ;riipmveiiien;s.    7  Keibert, JaiTni'v. .���mahitijinil' dii-oc- i --   !').i't��',|7,1!,H;-'si��i dayrseiitember; is:m. y  iovxX. XX-XX' ���'-:; -7 7 ;,���.....;; 7 C   X :,yXXX..^X-XX X "yX.x X;,,, wy;, yhuNii.'; ;���;.,  iTHE':ircTAs��AYi:(SIMAL^^'-T '1  j: ".y    7*V'7 #v:'SUPPj7Y.C0;,Ltd:1j  d ��� ���."; y' ,  (LATE MacFAREANE;,^ CO.)' -.���"..     .,..,' ;   '  c-;x\' ���. - ' '0x- ������;������������ Vancowver,    JS. -,.C'v; ���' ������*Jf/'"���:.��������������;  p7 AV6''ti're;'���M^ll'u'fa<:;^ll]���ei^s.!i^^l7.'^it'ect'��� Iiiipoffrt.ei'S,7'iii'id'C:iii'ry a  2;' large fitoclfv'or'Bi^  6���.'u'nd.'-'',1?iraictica 1 ���"'IJdolrsj.;; Giass^Vitre/ Plsitin.iim ��� Goods;7 Acids;   |  ��,' GliGiiiiciils,7aiKliUl dthoy Assayors7iijid Alinoys1 requirements.  57 SOLE' AGENTS !for':'Mo'rga"nv.Crucible Company,vBattersea,< Beck^  I y777:7er's7Soiis^7Balauces,,;E  Ei:.,/ ', '7-7 ���. V 7 CkitMS^'de and full piirt.iciilar.soii a.jiplication. 7'" 7;7 7yS  d" uirifu iriHrCiirCriiiTUUT^  I'-he^'eport tljatvthe. capital  0  f  :*-.;  FERNSErB.7Cy7vOLD'T0;\YN.  .7 P^i-of essiomia I. ���������'.'  NORTH   STAR   LODGE'  . ���,;;,y' 1..-0KT .s'i'kei^k.��� H. 0.7   .  ;���������-���  '��� 7'V. :v'vv'7 vv'7- ',-:.NO. 30.   ���'' . X'-f.;y  ';.:'"    A. F.AND A.7m.:     G. R. B. C.     77.  Regular   lnt-etiiii-'s lsl,,>..Tpos(la'y   In ���.������act,;  montli ai,<.-ii,'!il, o'clocl;.,'. VisiiiiiK.lli-ctiiPl-ii lire,  cordially'invltml.      (- '' ������     - ":'-;". ': " ��� ��� ,''  A. VV. r.i.KAsDKi.r,. SO(;i-(aary.  FlJKT S'J'KKI.li' OUVKI.i.lt'AIKNT'.SYNIllCA'l'K'LTb  -, "��� ���". ''-''"'X'X-.'X' 'f'.:'.-tx.L v.. 'v.. ,7'.-  "��� IWX.i.'adciiliall Street. ^oiiiioii.ICii^liinci;  ':   ���'  nVa.VWALLINCER,7       FORT STEELE. '  "'Xy-X, .''���'... ijp.ST''6i:'j''ieK;'i.Jo.vi;7      7-7 ;  ':P..:E>;Si,^'7e--i"E;:^v  VO'-WV'., -.v.~-v,..i,-;v.. -"vy..  'X'X"Pbi't JS'teoio,vB:C.  Jl\ 'i*';qiioiod,'ut-'sg'il|iiHi.-;v. ton.  ill���'>���'������',.'-��� '':v.v, xXr^.x-Mxy-.-yx't  .    .,,.       . . ..-,,,���    , n^!7':'��iiui3rvtlie euptioiiv-Eas, ..>...,���.. . .,,.-.  .httecrjuvvtor'^^'irareEospital;;^  ,,.^,   .^...      r      ,._,,;.yvyvvv--^v^  3ampio'Ro(^is.ffbr.;pommerciiir'^ ;':^f  7v  ;^v*'v; " v7 7 -7 No Traveller Should:Pass,;the;Door,  There:i^v'a:--reatf0doina:tul'7!:()iv! x^Xy-X:'.X'''-NQTI��EvyA-',..;!-/i-"?/Vv"'���."'���^.}'.s,l^f"*?>.'Pi;p.:"^\.^-COrV]>lt)'.p'ATI0NrS  ,      ��� ...ioa' h\-tb(>..lnc'l;rif:irf,>nn):iiiiii:k: 7 XX^X nofly ,[|l;u vl   s(,t)i|  apply ,.i,..;ti^v V;     v -.;:������ V ::;���- .���.��� V..-.V'v Vv ;:''-��vvV'v'v  ���Miss'E.   .\L  Heai  ,^ltJi��" ��/ ;tile^ll.6^'?v>l'1' ^'^"M    l*:qUQteCt,<l.lvs^u|)|lv;V toll.'v V,;:..;;:..   ,7:u-au>^,-o,r  ..iy^oe,i;��Uwn:Vlu^lf11,;���,n.i.i!.al  x.,bteele,.;vhas. taken:, a^vhotisev in .v. ( ���   ���   ,, v.y v.^^^y���:���-,;.. vp.:���_.��� ,.yv:y-..-j.viejt���v..t^.tf*,;.\jiitiii.xlt'��ij,-*"iix;^^.>/--:4ii:w^'t-*^;^it r.v��n'!  i-Crunbropk^ ,.-/-yVv;y vyv-yv;,:.,;.;,.;:     .-yv;.7;7v7|-  ���v,v. |'&-;y.y:!IMi^trjiil;*u  vivy'JBaxiyitndsploni^  7:yvAyald6i;L^'(:>u^ XyiyXX'XXX.y^Xyx'-''y:',--xXX'  ���a.O.: Jennuig's;;Avei.U:.(,)i.it.to.tho;! vv......v-.Jv^\.xX.X,x,::X-...i.:..X:X.:X.;Xrt-,yXX,:A.X::-'X'XX.X^'x -7:��.7.'-:vvv-v'7:/v77V:.:.v7, y...^yy..:.:v777V;Vyvvv::77:,v7v7-v7:,"7-,.W  -vv ���������������'��� iiViyvsiuHK/WV.y  U:Stl'yli'7Sopiemliei: "otli; liSii^v'f  ������ .#^'T-aerili��i��-7tii;i--:'tlVfr^  ^guai'an.!.ees;:al-l7\v:0jr.k.,V'iv. -.;;��� vy'v,.,ytx ~yyy:.X:~ xy:'7:777 -yv:.v-'v:-.v-777-- va 7-/ v'-':vv  v7vy7Mi:ulva:,copy;of ;TukvPnosPEq: -j &{.. ^lavv's;bu; floridaV-  ���'7--.i-',TOu.,to;ypiu- frietids;.a.udJ'et'theS)"        " "        ''  "'  knpwvailvabout?Hhe  rnmeral  're-1  .7.7sou'rces,of7Uie;d.i!3trict.7;<'7.:7:: -.7','.<  known';us Uii?  New''w-a.ll paiver at Cauit's7  ���vv,.-,-,v;���<yy 'vVvv  -^"VvAV'-yv.v;  ���{7r'J-:-;i:H.';C6tildin.-7tiiiiiia'��;er7tU''!tho^  j 7Praey:'tn^tc 7^1Tn)tiKyC^  !'wa��;hr7t$wii7^  .i;Tu:eWdav7v;,-7y77,777-vv7,7y7iv7y^^^        .,.....,.....,      -......-.  ���-...-.    ..  '.XyX'/x .yX':yXNOTiCE.<.yXXXX , yX:X\ y  ,  VvAjppHc/it'ion. vyi'it'bi,vjiuu'liv t(j^^v'tlH^ l'.iccyise:f ;��� .���  f;Cc^Ullll!.ssio^H���^���.s,  of: SiWiili' lCast   KiHUoiiay:   '������M.A''j:'-r'  ���''������':      ���'. ',\: ���:.':'-.-'r r- '    \    -i j '%>. -r '~r (~\'''j~< V V1. ,V" V. -.'.-'.'.p"   i"V'V   >'.,:,.'������ X'. :..;''    ,    ;,:"X''['  !'yhi\r.ii\yx:Mi^^ l:i -X^'^XXXlV^X^tJ ipy^  Harisoh'.  77"H-^E77A'nim'^'retui'tied.;v:frdm;7a;|E  trip;: tovEjhtllay: v creek v 011.7 Suii-;:  ,-dav.v.-.-v7"'y'.77vv.vvv.-7' x :':': y yy^iX-xx-yx  ;7gy:v]:j;pte],7f:orv  S7S^7^;i4^':i'fe'Q.n 7:0u 6sdibyv7iniOi;riirigvv  ��S7P&en.0r^  4^000) 1 Us- n;i:yyy,c ti lva-tyE^epiS.v:i  y 'Tho/Woi-k'of ]3u!ting tlie'; tianky  bui ldlniiv: tn;7sbape: i^nll'v bev :cbiii-|  pltaeci i n ^a'-.'iew; days777yThe v.b.a- tikj;  peofile Ayill;'7prpbab]:y;v^  sess;ionvon;'^:lpiiclay 7 October; 2rld ..|7  Alr7;"A7:'2seicli <f,7haB-:; the7'conti;act;j''  l:br7tHevattei;ations.v^vv7yv-'-v':7^  V;x 7v;Hvde ��� vBakeo;7;will?Tshortly 7vb^  ymari'icd.and:. expects-ytp ������ return  ;��� ytq\jGranb'rpdk'iti-Xtipvembi?rv;v77 vv  vj-7No\v'/is.;tlie7t:ime7tp7ihsure7vRe;  *'.'l;iSii'alxHotfA,-aM::ciiAlXitou(iQ on  ;;777. 'yi^i&^xii^^ttJx:^x4  7:7y7vi;7;::^gentvJmpferia;J 7Dtsut;anc^7Cp.v'  v7;lrohn;A. Ailftcdoiialdy ^iiOv'l'ias  :)^(yr7i.i7:cba*g��;yp;fy:ithe77Genfe  thev.pepple;;pf7Eptl7Steelev'in;y  vi:vv^flvv'^.ijv.:.:y'.,;v:.v: ������-.... .?���,,.-,.���. xy-: v-^.v way7o�� meats; vreturuedvonviMon''  v}7;7'7:;"*��':XxXyyyyyv'X-XXyXxv'i XrXyXyy: v vy; .Neai'l yJlAvo..weSks 'vvei'SwCOnsu'in-.  ^yy-y^eneraPy^  A������ Mr;" Ireland ;of��7Toi.;ontb":Iu-  ;spector oiv-.tlie',Canadian Bank of  .Cpinraefce. vva;s7in7F,ort Steele ,oir  Tiiursdafy;last-v; ;Mr.7;Ireland71s  Vnal\in��y<i;'ti'.ip.tbi.'pugh7tlie provv  hi'ce" --inspecting yfche-''::;ditferen17  brancbes'of tlie Bank. 7 ,    ������ 7'7: 7;  ���i'ltisleariiecl tliat, the ..ladies 7 of  Poi-t Steele ..will' tender a farewell dance: to M,'-'A'. Bealebfefore  li is departure/Kir yfcnglanclv; .'. 77������������  :My ,7%1 ifeE7J*7;C^  ; 7 :7iuv{sii77tb.7Biinsoii'S'i6n7!Moridav  7|vvyj;vstv7'y;.y'v;7-yv':yvs;;yyv;;-v  ;vy':;'x-'X'7CI1 (u*I#y -Elelei 1 Berg'��''ipj't7. for1  v'vvvv;Sppkaney'!ony Wednesday   ;l,iist.  '\-XXy Sopu i:is-lie dransactsv spme busi-  ...- X-- 7 ii ess.,i 1:1. A l;i a-tyoj (;y r he,,"\v i If goixi 'h i s  "Xiy^ibiTie iii vDeei' Ecidgei' vMontana.;  vv: y 7 7M,rs,i'.l.- llv,Go iikli 11 and -claL^'ght1'  yv" er will sliprtly leave for,SppkTine  yy,7t()y.spend the^vviiiter. 7   ;'7.?  7 V' .-':  Birks'  Quality  .7 Tiiere can .bey  'nothing better/ in 7  pUate, than Henry Birksy  & Sons' spooiis and forks.  -..':- They''are .'���extra:''-heavilyVplated.:i_with f  ..V.pure; silver. .,;, Burnished" and. finished v  . entirely by liandi'...: '���:-.. Vs.-': v.v.vvv yvvyV;., -.  .,:.; VThe under metal.is the finest grade of  iv-'nickel-silveri. the -metal" that! has 'made 'y  the best grades of English Plate, famous-;  .; the .world.oyer;' v;.' >, /vvvvy, V   ',y'-XXy: '-^.  "'"���'���'Made;'iri' their . 6>yn��vftictoiyv,inv:  ���'V.Montrea.11, .���:��� andX.soldvV'directvvfroniy  ynmnufacture'r:to:consumer.v;;'Vv,;yv yV  yv'-W^riie^fbr illustratioris.'77vv7 ' ���W'vv  |-v;vvv;7-7::7"-:TEA:SPpbNS;77;;^p^n-D^i-r;  7Fiddie:and^oia;|.Engpii*:yyy^^;^  ,7Quceh's and^ Beadyyyyy;.;-.,- yXii-SP ]'  XXXy:A.XXXpdsr^-pxiDX''X^Xy -y. 'X~XA  OTHER .DEPTS.  v Diamonidsy  ySterling 7i  7 V v Silver;  Watches ;y  7etc.'V.vlV:';:  flenr)|Birks;&Sons  <X'' I'Birksf;' Bwlding^X Xy  "'v7;7m6ntreal^ ��� xxr  Jewellers to, His:Excellency-:  ,   " t. the Earl ofMihtoif   *. .-  i;?;C:A|fp:;:IMP0:RT  iv7 vEbclvy^Mpuntain\ Avenue;:7-y;  LiveryjyFeld^vaiid-v'iSala^S^  7 7yv^v;7;gEbrt; S!eeIey;>BK G^-7;f.^'  "; TEAMING, OF ���A'r.L-As^ySp^SOLJIClXEpX,  ;&^RR;7&7C|pM,BS  ;|vv^;77HORSEj|}!OEiSG^  MimncXXXy^  V- ���������Vv:/;::.'-P ".-.V:.v \ : -V ���:-���������; -������ ..:,;.���'������:.-. ^r;,-:;   $ ;���. J  Xx;jL JiX'OVAM'AU A'Sy,.;'" 'y'yv''.'X'  'xx: 7 7v|;7 ':xX: ^������X'A^x ^0-'x,  y7y'7ty77:!^rtySteels;7  \v:. i<.-,i{os#i.!v.;v.7���yy..- 7;-7.-H-:'w- ���iK""^E^"v  :Mp$S''&;7M,^  Barristers^V vv-y:.:y }xx Sol'ititprs:  77/-77y'notaries'rub iiic.r.!7;7.7:7;7i,i!}7/v;. ,7  ��� yy^vUCONyEYANCERJSi' '���:("'.-.-'.' [ f,.y '' X X.:';  EANI)S::aiM7MINES;.f "XX, XX;;M:XXx  0:Xf'y::^OTARYx ;:J?XJ$m&��;'&;- x '��� i  lXA;xXmXy:^  Fort7'S tee I^I^^S^^^CS^  0(Jo^S.,'i\ret!iirtoi';7  J.;;Ai rinrreyv  y It..: .07 J(jnnin.gs. was.' on7 ;the'  j^brtlrStar hili'iafetv week-v^He,;  vrejxirts doing,some ,worlv7pn,7tbe  7;Di;an and All:Qver.7:.        7,' 77 7.' -.  7yX'A; i,\Y.7'.Bl,easdell7'i-was up 7 to  v^AVeayer'creelc va;.7"fevD7 days' ago.  doing -assessment- '-work. oh. some  :ininerafclivimsyit whichvlie-is in-v  ; to res tody :'7 '"7''"7 ' .'vy . "  ,y J,,E. Humiihreyscanie  dt��Avn=  from Wolf creel-: on 'Wednesday.  yv 7' "Roy. A.-.C-vPrpcunier .returned  ������7v.-:''i'ro:iriv;N,elson.on. M'onday.7 v v '��������� ,.   .  ' Tom :C. vCJi'ay:  went  down- to  '7' Elk i'h'er 011" Wednesday. '  .'" '  -...7--'   ^\7 R. Eoss. agent of the'Cau-  .. vadian  Fire :.Insurance. Company'-  oi' Wiriiii|K!g.. .uia.c'li) the tii'.st. pUy-  '���menV'011 th.e losses by the International hotel tire. . Oii; Wednes-  ::    day 'last, he recei ved a cheque for.  v ;y;s 1-500, -.'' which     he .immediately'  ..'v  turned ;ove,r to K. G.-Shier.  M. A. ���Beale.- who has: ��� been  7.sick for1 the past ;ten . da'ysy is  v about once more. '.''.'  .!v''George C. Graves, of  Orange.  TiSTeW; Jersey7-1 s at the 'Windsorv  !' .1.    A.   Macauley,-,'.' Vancouver;  and A. K. Zimmerman, Toronto,  are'in the.city.yv,;,   -���  .'"'";E.. B..Fraser. of Silvertpn.was  in'tbwn;oh Eridayy 7;7;,,'     ,v7      v  ,;-J-J.phn Hv--Firi-k' went fo-Mpyie  on Thursday.      - :"/,    ���-.  V ,7 NORTH STARvHOUSE. 'X >  KIOI-I^HAW.\PROPuniTpri.77' ;v; 7'-v;'  7 Mffe 77vKershaw's;vv7Brea^'yaticl  Cakes :arewalwaysV'reliabJe,, .'al;  ways: goody so -' don't vforget ������ the  North; Stat7;'BakeTyv 7vi:lrs.7;7Ke'r7  shaw';i.S:rioy:the:olclest��establislh'-  ed:Pul)lvic ;Bal.vja'f7-;in': Ebrt' Steele  and'VIesireS'tp be rememijerecl by  ybu.^wlieneyer-yoir.- -vequh-e' any-  'thihg iu-'thatliiie. v 77, '.������;.  ,vyKershavv's "fresh; Frw.its are- nr-  i'iviiig daily 7 and are spld at  cheapyrateS. "SO 'come early and.  often when7wanting.fri:iits.7     'Xf  '"'"���''    Big Blaze at.Bossland.  '��� .Rpssland, ;B;;C, Sept 2(3.���At'  7:55 tonight, a tire startecl-yjust  below nickel' plattyilafv on the  west-side of Center Street giilch  and south of'the Seventh Avenue  bridge. A', strong ; north vwind  )irevaiied and-in.a few' moments  li ve or " si x- hu i Idi'ngs Averc in,  llanies. " 6wiiig: to the prompt  action of.the'chief and the',ctire  ���brigade the fire w.Ls confined, to  a comparatively aniali ,. area.-  y aboutnine buildings beiiig e'n-:  tl rely, consumed'.-'; For. a time it  look as if the-Avhole'western portion of. the city at least was  doomed, if��� not   the entire  busi-  ,..,    .:" Sparks From tlie "Wires.,  Special to 'I'llB i>j(i>si'i-:i"i'Oi^  '  XX:X-X XX ��� '<-���:''-::yi.-(^fa77:vv."-:''V.v V;yy:y.;yi:v,  Xivlak^sTregulai: trips'frbni:Ebrt  ^ebl.e;Junction.to7!rybrtSteele;. 7 '  '-���' Deliyeredv. on  day77bf [arrival.  Eeaive ordersvvsrith.7.7777,^.-'y,7'' yyX'.X  ���'M'r'V7:y;  ;GGNT��k6f0^j||&;BUiLclR|  X:xyxi;lX-X-;y..X-i::-yyyyyyy':.yy,-X'XX'.XX  HOUSEv A ND ';SIGK;;PAIX;WXG7:;,rV 7 7y V,'v V ���'.  7.'7; V'CJvEpIMINIXG.ii^  |'vkyEpET7:BTEEEE|7B^yG  J^vvi'^l'lf^oifc'- ''pi'bniptly^pi-iefe  7v; v^'HAR VE Y'7 &7Mct! ARTER^gy  i-Jjaw'^cvy/^v^W^  :7'7v7->'.7v7::7v ^Cpurei/ityiicXr^ clcXyX X'y.-X:,.X.--.  7*y!^'7VFoiMi;i:s^iiEM  7 -'"ii ii' ve Jgi'bK h7 sri ��� a 'ripx'iiiid G'bi7]jEN.:y7  'COLLECTIONS 'v-.PnOMPTLY ,-7: MADE.:'  iAgtias*,  ixsein  X   li  SI  KOYffi CITY, EAST KOOTEHAY; B.C.  Sliavirig;;i? ,Hair ;Dressing Parlor  , Next to Oriohtul Hotel1'  :7-yv;:,;i.:F;ORT :STEELE, B.V<3^(V,y XyX  All:kinds,of hair.work 7 v-y;., X: 7  jy vy y7':-' 7   .-' ,X ���������'X'X     aspecialty.;  A; J. GREZ, 7- y   Proprietor  Manila, Sept.  The Aiheri-  A.  Demers, 7 secretary, of  tlie  ness  section   and ; people   were  greatly' alarmed.. This is '"the  tirst i-oai lire with :a. gale blowing tliat Rosslan'd has experienced. There was plenty oi' water  and gopd pr(;ssui-c. ���'The-loss .is  abou!*50o0.   y ���  ;  ���  A 'report of the capture ajid.  dcslruction of.a sulall Ainerican  gunboat has been received.  The Boers have .begun the  lop ting out of tlie borders'pr the  Tii:aiisvaal.     ,  Utile   Chief   Mining  .Company,  left-Ottawa  for   Port  Steele, on  ,Thursday last.;  ' E.'C!" ISgair. is' now ,in . Winni-  'peg; .7y.'  Volney I). ��� Williamson who  .'made .'a fortune ,111, Rossland  ni.ilies, ha�� ])l,ircha..sed tin; Tid-  "ball   block:   in   Spokane,   paying  ihero.foiv*05,000. y,  Coiis!a,blu Barnes left on Tuesday for 'Nelson, having a ��� [>ris-  onei: in charge.  cans .attacked-, strong insurgent  positions with7 marked success,  abotit live miles west;, ofvvCebu,  aud captured seven forts, including cannon mounted therein, and  fourteen entrenched .and forti-,  ed places. ', .     ,;. 7   -,  7 NeAV- Yorkx Sept.7 27.��� Wi.cli-  cannon boom ing and every passing craft,saluting, the Olympia,  arrived at New York.,  Sir Tho.mas. Liptpn and other  Englishmen called on Admiral  .'Dewey.-,,y '7  Siouxybi-aves are stirring and  demand vengence on the slayers  of their tribe.  '.'..'���  Trouble is expected in Samoa.  Recent advices under the date of  Sept 20.'   says   that  the general  feeling among-th'e whites is that,  Ihere.'.'js frbulile ahead. ' 1  ��� ������The .second battalion of tlie  Gordon ' High landers and other  detacluneiils of troops have- sailed from Bombay for Nalal. ���  An exchange says:- ','lt,'won,l,d'  be a, good idea if sonny of the  claim owners would do some  hustling while the good weather  lasts.   "'Tt heats.mining in town.  :    GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY;  CO NT'RA CTOR S  :'x X" ���'������"' ������"���';7^ND "y,,:."  "���'.'".������''.;  v �� BUI FIXERS, x  y���'���'���' Fort ���, Steele 7 B.C-;-"'":".���  ;7' Theaboye Hotel iia^s-vheeii recently r'erected, v.and.,:iieatlyv. fuiy,  nisli(^..througi"ibut7:y;';7;v;'7; v--  7yCosy;an^Comfortable,Roonis ���-'������;  The   13iirv: 3iipj>lied ; ..with;, 'the, J3ES3-'  "bi'iindsofvUriiioi's anil Ciffiir^.  ', ."V V. V ..V    : .X,:   ....���'<...���.  .-'..'V".;.V.V: .-VV'  HEADQUARTERS  TOR1 MINING7MEN..  ^OxM-aldxX:  ;OEFICE;-y<ivi;!SicIc: A>;omite;  X&tfXyJJiXiorii(X:M  .0 .EKTliriOAT E OF Til K.KEO 1STI! A.TIOS ,OE  y: an;7extkA-ri7uoyikciAl cPmpany. '.  ..-.'..'.-���'    . ���'CVijii\\s.LKs.'-A<,"r.:.jsJti7/;.--'    v.V',.:  GEORGE GE^RY.1  Livenj, Feed & Sale Stable.  .''.-���    Port Steele li.C      7  XX   "' '���'     v o ��� '. ���'���'   ' ���  SADDLE & PACK 7HO.RSKS.  T'HAiMINO OI' AI.I. KINDS A SI��Kt:rALTV.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  NOTICE is liurcby ^i'vun Dial iiii: parliiv'r-  sliip licretofori: sulisistiim lietweon us -the mi ���  ilurslKiiol us Ilrowiivs :it Mil: Town nf Koi-l  .S.lijiilu. M. C iiihIui'.IIk; iiaini- anil tll-tn nf ".Tlie  Koi-t, Slocli; llrmvhiK Cfmipan.v" lias Mils (Isij  been ilissolvtalliy.nntl.uiil conscnl. !  i . All ilohtH owliiu to iho said pai-tnei-.slii|i an!  to lie paid l.ii I,. Sick. al. I'Virt, Steele afon'salil  ami all tlie cliiims a^ainsl. the said parincrship  arc l.o -lie presented lo tlie said I,, Siclc. Ii.v  wlinm t.lie same will lie settled.  Dated ill, l-'ort Steele. II. (;. I his I'.'ili: iliiy or  Septeinl'd' ISW. j!  Witness i.  WM. |{. h'oss.    -  iW-l::  OWEN It. WILLIAMS  Wm. T. KAAICE by O. It.  Williams his Altornev  I.. SICK.  XXJiiM Jiirh- :Al.iHini/X<oitlXAIillhii/.OXX.  V V ,l{ei4isl.��;re(l tlieist September; I8li[i!"- 'y:X':.:;  ���������' T^ riioinonSycEi^TiEy'iiiii^iiiavo this nay  .������...JL''    rei-'istered tlie --.'ITuII  Uivei   iliiiiutrV:iup  ftlilliiiii,e(mipany."eisati Extni-l,'roViirclal Coin-,  pany under Uio'.Companies Ael. lSir." to eai-r.v,'  out'.'or eiVertall ,or any of ilieobjeetslieroiii-  affer set lovth .Ui'wiiiel)' the legislative iuii.lio.r-  ify of .tlie Leyisliiuire oi' Hvitislrfc'oimubia' ��x-  .'UjihIs.. :;;: >..;;.'���-,,' '���,.;���  ; v'rhe, head olllee of the Company isiiM.iialc in  the City.of .SpoUane. State,of Waslihikton. ,'��� ���''  ;y The amount. p�� the capital of the Company  is -f��),OIIII.: divided.. Into :t,i;(lll,(IOO .shares or One  cent each., . ' ��� ... ' .:- , .' X" ���:���-X -.'..-,  .���'"' The head ollice of the Company in the I'roy-  iuee is situate at Fori. Steele, and J.-, 11. Fink.  ���I'llhcr'-whose addres's is l''6rt Steele, aforesaid,  is the attorney for.the Company.      y     .:   Vy. .  The tinie of the existence or the Compiiiiy  is lifty years;   . V   '-   ��� '.   ' \ ���  'I'lie objects Tor which' this Company has  been estahlisheil arc:-��� -   *  . ��� i  .'I'o work, operate, buy. sell, lease, locate,  acquire, procure, hold iind deal iii mines, metals  and mineral claims of every description and  kind within the United States of America and  in the Province of Uritisli Columbia.' Canada,  and elsewhere: to carry on and conduct a aun-  eral mining;, sinclllpti. millinj,' and reduction  business: to purchase, acquire, hold, erect and  operate electric lfjilit and power plants for the  purpose, of mining and ireatini.' ores, aiid for  the purposes of furnishiiit! lijihts and creating  power for all purposes: bond, buy. lease. locate  and hold ditches. Humes and water rights: to  construct, buy. lease, sell, build, or,, operate  railroads, ferries, tramways, or other means of  transiHiriafion for transport Inn inininjV and  oilier material, or passengers: to own. bond,  buy. still, lease and locatit tjiiilittr and timber,  claims, and dually, fo do cvcrythlii;; consistent,  proper ami requisite for the carrying out ol'tlie  objects and purposes aforesaid, in fliolr fullest  ami broadesl sense, within the tcrrilory afore-  snitl.'  (liven   under  my   hand and seal of ofllce at  V'it'iorla. Province of liritisli (,'olumbia. this 1st,  day or September, one thousand ci^'ht  hundred  and timely-nine,  v     li..'s..|    . S. Y. WnilTTON. '  '���'fir    Jh't/i.Mrur of Jw'itt Stock Conijittiticg.  ':-vV'v^7:vSv7ffioAx7Spc7^p7^  ,V Formerly.,onVenj;bieerin^v,.'jtali, of,.lJepartr*fi v  nieutitailways aiid. Caiials.. Canada,'��� ant! "'iateV,!;:  .pirector;of tliei^PublicyvVorks, Department.Vo' x  the Lee\vurd;islands.vyyv:.;y ,; ,7V v;:V:y;Vy;:Vy'vy:  V.'SUKVEYS.  i?LANS.VliSTIJIATEs7ANDV.V;  EEPOKTS-')oi'',-St:orag'e7Kesei'voii's.vVP  ter' .Beds;'7- WiiterlvWoi'lcs. ySknihitionyX  Scweriig'e ahcl^Land  Di'aina.o'e,: Ii-rig-a- 7  tion.,; Public Roads and; Bridges,vRail-,;:;  ways, Tramwaysi&��;.;���.     7 '7vv v        ������..������.77:;:  Ottawa^;Ontario,valid y   : y;v7 . ';-,7'  ��v-,7;,7;;;;:;7v':'-'--;;;.7'.;; 7'' Port .Steele/Bvfey':  .Teleo'raphiu address:-��� 7/  ;-;v.v,., :.<^X: X ;|  X! X':xX:XyX,y 7  AVAIJSH;70TTAWAXX.  ������V(.7V%'|  llll  ���:���''.'���;;"������ K'i  '^E^yf-y'sedvit;  M ININGi 1 tKOKE I {..  NOTAKV.PUmilC.  V ...... ifeal Estate aiid:General A(.'eiit  '���* ;. ���,windermere,vb7c;:w  C<>rr(^ii()it(le})t-G. Snl icitcti.X''X'X yx  g. jdHiwrsoiff,  ���;..; Assay-:y&; ^'Metallurgists   7  ,7y7y'77 " yU^ANfmtbo'Ky B.C.  T.H; TAYLOR, C.E.  ������������  PROVINCIAL   LANDVSURVEYORyy  Surveys  til' ".Minei'iil   elaiins. JJbads,   .  Mines, .ei.it. -,'���' ,-,-. y.V'.    .   ���' :. -   .  y 7 .   '  x ["'    .'v;   ���'-,-' ���'���'/''  .vv-      WINDE1��JKRE   K. C.  J. GRICE, D. D.S.  (Jradnate Philadelphia OentalCollei-'e  DENTIST  Riverside   Avenue,  ,   FOKT STEELE,7B. a    7-*'


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