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TIIK PROSPECTOjl IS TH|i
*  ONLY PAPER PUBLISHEI)
I   lj| PAST KOOTEIIAV
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.OCAI   NEWS.
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Vol, 2.
fiQRT STEELE, B. C. SATURDAY, J UNE 20, 1807,
No 61.
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LOCAL NEWS.
Latest Gossip of Intorest to Residents of Steele.
Constable. |iai;ne» was rather
(iiisy lusl Tuesday.
The InternationalHote] isopen
vinil ready for business.
Frank I', tlogan came in Tues-
..luy froni lliu Sullivan,
Mr. and Mrs. Wait Wade came
in Tuesday 1." lhe celebration.
.lames Cronln v/as jn town last
ivoek, coming up frqm Spokane.
Doc, Keddy mul 11 ,1. McMa-
jion have returned Iron, Moyie.
Mr. Milclsell qf the Invicta
was in town Tuesday spelng the
sights.
Venosta & Co. report quite an
activity in real estate in Ihe hist
few days.
Mr. K. L. fl. tinlornijh lell
yesterday fqr Kamloops to attend a inurd'.-r trial.
Having Uio racos was a boon
to Riverside Avenue, a., all the
rocks were removed,
Guy Lindsay, pf llie firm of
.Gilpin it Lindsay, dime up on
the last steamer.
.las. Frcpbot'i), afler spending
a few i|ays in [Stoole, has gouo
put to lhe Prospectors Dream.
Tliomus iStarbh'ti, accompanied
by ,1. I,'. Karrep, of California,
has returned from jSpolfiuto.
Mr. McPhprson, M. P. P.,
from Vancouver, was iu Steele
last week anil attended the races.
Sixteen learns came in lasl
week from Mud Lake loaded
wllh merchandise from Golden.
The C.P.R, surveyors coming
west, have reached tl|u river, and
are at Bock Oreek triangulating
lhe rivor,
II. II, Mclntire came up hy
tvagon from Elk River. Ile was
on the Gwendoline when the accident occurred.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Gjlpinciune
up on Ihe jasl steamer from. Spokane, and are comfortably housed
in their new home.
A game of Rugby foot ball will
be played this afternoon, between lea ins selected by Mr,
Boaleon one side ami Mr, Wilm-
hurst ou Ihe other.
The Exchange and Safe Deposit Co. have one of the Hnest
burglar-proof safes mado, and it
is also protected by one of lhe
best Hall time locks. Parties
having valuable papers or jewelry can store them with the
company at a reasonable charge,
A team left here Friday morning for Moyea Lake, lo bring lo
Steele a Mrs. Riggings who lies
dangerously ill nt that point.
Mrs. Biggings will bo taken care
of by friends, and all that medical aid can do for her in Steele.
will be accomplished,
Greal inconvenience was ox
pcrieliced in Sleele lhe |iie.|
week on account of not boing
libit, lo receive uny mail, Some-
thing certainly must be dono lo
Increase or better the facilities
for receiving and distributing
mail in this district.
Mr. W. M. Titus has the plans
drawn up for an elegant two-
Story building, opposite the Dalgardno, on Riverside Avenue.
The building will front fii feet
on Riverside Avenue, run HH
feel, back, and is 115 feet wide in
the rear. The building will bo
utilized for stores and offices on
the ground floor, and the upstairs will be composed of llll
rooms, for a lodging houso,
Building will begin at once.
ining News,
The Latest Mining News. Gathered from Points of interest.
Col, linker nml sun. V. Hyde
Baker, lasl week secured n bond
on llie very valunbli property
lying on iiin so,lib fork of Sl.
Mary's River, Tlie property
consists 0|' li claims, all of which
were located July 1. 1800, by
Robert LYvar, l-'red Uazen, Ed.
Murphy and Mack Moaoham. ll
is a galena proposition, and
shows a veil iioliiieil ledge of 20
feel. Tlie ii,iioinil pf iho bond
was 800,000, with a condition
that §8,000 worth of work be
done by April 25th, 1808.
Lardo Jack, the famous discoverer of the Glengary group,
ind other good properties in Slocan, has made a rich discovery
of copper on Ell, River. Jack is
enthusiastic about the possibilities of East Kootenay, and in
expressing his opinion of the
same, spoke as follows: "I. have
been in almost every mining
camp in West Kootenay, Camp
McKenney, Cariboo, Slocan and
Boundary Creek; but to my mind
East Koolenuy js far ahead of
any mineral district in Hrilisli
Columbia."
Harris iy McCann are doing
soino very prptty development
work on the Golden Five on "Wild
Horse. The rock is easily worked
and shows up very well ul a
depth of 30 or 40 feel.
The Moyio Placer Mining Co.
have placed the lirst block of
stock on tho market at 12,1 cenls
per share, There is quite a do
liiand for it, nl this price.
Work is progressing rapidly
mi lliu Sherwood property on
Perry (Ircok. The tunnel is now
in 1 llu feet, which has siruck a
vein, showing an entirely different formation from tlm surface
location. The original vein,
whicli is in 15 fppt further shows
up just us well as anything on
the surface, The property as a
whole is showing up finely and
will no doubt be ono of the most
valuable properties in thai section.
Active work was begun last
Wednesday on tho Dibble mine.
Dan J. Burke, Ned Gove und
Pete Olson went out Wednesday
morning. The work will be
pushed ahead as fast as possible
with the hopes of getting somo
Icinil of transportation facilities
for shipping.
Mr. Ilogau reports work on
llie Sullivan progressing rapidly
and showing up well al every
point.
Tin, Invicta company is work
ing ll men night and day, and
returns are showing up splendidly,
Prof. Ihirliiiiiii is culling out a
trail lo Id:- properly on Perry
Creek.
A prospeotor coming from
somewhere in lhe neighborhood
HAS MOKE HARD LUCK.
riio Steamer (rwoitdqline Suffors
an Accident at Elk River.
Ill fuiu seems io hover over ihe
Gwendoline. On hor last trip
up river, when just about Tobacco I Mains, sin. hail lj,e mis-
fort une lo break a cylinder ring,
which of course brought on more
trouble. Tlm nccidput was
patched up as wed us could be
done under ihe circumstances,
and tin: boal reached Crow's
Nest Landing, after travelling
fully two days. Here tho passengers, numbering' aboul 30,
were landed, and arrangements
nt once made to semi them on to
Fort Steele. Mom of the passengers reached here just night,
and the rest came in this morning. Tin; Gwendoline at once
went down the river tq the pan-
yon, where it will he held until
repaired, when through its assistance and by menus of a
portage, tho North Star will bo
brought through the canyon,
and will arrive hero Sunday or
Monday. Tlie passenger lisl
among others included Messrs.
R. M. I'ennolliind I-'. P. Burral,
of Minneapolis, Alex f'olsen. of
Gray's Harbor, L. W. Stedmtin,
of St. Paul, and Messrs, Mclntire and Pishpr, who are well
known in Steele. Miss Sexton
of San Francisco, also accompanied lhe party.
The Prospector Mineral Cabinet.
Wro.M.LEETR
re~9/04  ASSAYER *WtA*fc-
FQRJ STEtLE. 6,('.
I WILL fJiVt PROPT AKE G.SBEFUl. ATTEHTION TQ /ILL
WORK iMTfiUSra TO ML
The Prospector has lhe unique
distinction of being tho sole
owner of the only mineral cabinet in Port Steelo which contains
specimens from every section of
Easl Kootenay. Wild Horse,
Perry Greek, Weaver Creek, St.
Mary's, Elk River, Bull River,
Moyie Lake and all parts of the
district aro -represented, The
cabinet is opqu for the inspection
of all. and lhe public are cordially invited to como in aud examine il at any time. Tho cabi
net will bo enlarged later in tin
season, making room for all new
specimens llinl  i.my he brought
ARE Till-  BEST IN  FORT STEELE.
ivi-ivTO.lariTvTM i. vv';-. HngMmH—BIBI
Nov.- Reds ami  Bedding—Wurni und Comforlablo—Separate
Compartments -Tli'' Greatest Spread nf Rain-proof
Canvas in British Columbia.
LODGING BY THE WEEK, SS.aO,
OPEN HAY AND NIGHT.   .   .   .
W. M. CHRISTIAN, Prop.
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Large Jewelry
Opening,
June 10, 1897.
A Beautiful and well Selected Stock of Watches,
Rings §: Jewelry
Along With
!£   A first Glass Line of Stationery, Books & Music,
SPECIAL ATTENTION CiVEfi TO THE REPAIR TRADE.
P, L. BETTSCHEN,
* Jeweller
ti!    NEW'BUILDING OPPOSITE, THE OFFICE OF VEDSSfA 6 CO,
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RIVERSIDE AVENUE       _^^^^__
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A FESTIVE DAY AT STEELE.
Celebration of tlio Queen's Jubilee
a Pronounced Success.
Fully Fifteen Hundred People Wit
nessed the Exercises.
Tho Celebration has oome uml
gone, uml where is tin' mnn,
woman or child, within Port
Stoolo's fold, who failed lo eele-
bi'iit,! last Tuesday. The lown
was ablaze with excitement, all
united us ono man to do honor to
the day, aud ovp i the Heavens,
to prepare, by emitting their
stock in trade lho dny before,
and Tuesdays dawn wns ono of
bounty,  grandotu1   and delight
(li) Footrace 100 yards Henry
Brouleltp 1st, Mclnto.-di 2nd,
Tullooh 3rd.
(il) Wrestling on Horse-back -
Baptiste 1st. Eustu 2nd.
(7) Putting ihi' Shot—A. I.
Robinson 1st, Bannister 2nd.
(fl) Foot I'ui'i' 300 yards Till-
loch Ist, Mcintosh 2i|d, Enstn
3rd,
(ti) Cigar race—Quinlivon 1st,
Bannister 2nd.
(hi) Hoys foot I'iico, IQ0 yards
—Dan Lo\yis 1st, C. Qujnliyon
2nd, II. Richrrilsou 3rd.
(11) i'al man's race John Mc-
Million 1st, W Carlin 2mJ.
Prizes wore awnrdod by Mr.
Laiilliiw after supper. Messrs
E. ('. Smith, Harry Humphreys,
Tho day could not  have boen I «nd Harry Ammo, aoted as ;judg-
^^^     Ios, and W. R. h'oss handled the
prettier;   thu   atm.qsphei.-e  wu
clear and pure,  tlio sun shone
brightly,  and a slight  breeze
Hag to tho satisfaction  of all.
Constablo Humes   assisted  by
East Kootenay's Outlook.
The outlook for the fuluroof
East Kootenay looks brighter
every day. Mining men of money and influence are fast coming
inlo the country and iu all cases
Ihey pronounce it lhe greatest
mineral district of Hrilisli Col
uiiibiu, Development work is
going on rapidly in all the working mines and jusl as much are
is being taken oul as can bo shipped, The North Star has enough
ore at Ihi landing and ou tho
dump to keep lhe steamers busy
for sovoral weeks. The Sullivan
is working steadily and lulling
out plenty of good ore, which
will be ready for shipmonl whenever facilities are convenient.
blowing from the mountain lops, j Harry MoVittie kepi order with-
cooled   the  air just enough to|ou.l having any trouble
nke it coiufoi'liible. The doc-
orations wore artistic, and formed a pretty offoot, tho vari-color-
ed Hags, blending nicely with the
evergreens.      Messrs    Joseph
,'HI'IK'II   Nii'l'K I-'..
Laid law and F, P. Norbury as
Committee in charge, of the festivities did everything possible I
for the success of lhe day, A
large number of ladies were in
attendance, and seemed to greatly enjoy the athletic contests
and races, with true sportsman,
like appreciation, After tho
races a football game was played
between tho Indians and white
boys, whioh was play from start
Divine Service will lm hold in
the School houso nexl Sunday
evening at fl o'clock. All are
cordially invilcil lo attend thoso
services,
LOCAL NEWS.
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;\wuiMiimiatmmnmmMimiimwiuuuHiiimiiiuiimunnv
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Parsons & Co. wholesale supply dealers, have opened a
branch houso in Porl Sleele,
j AMERICAN
j      STORE.   . |
|   GENERAL MERGfiflNDlSE  j
i Giant Powder, Mining Supplies & Hardware, \
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{Groceries    k    Provisions?
Mr. Simpson of the Wardnor
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     ; tliteriiHlioniil i'liine up  lo Sleele
to  finish,    The boys found il yesterday, nud   reports  things
pretty  hard  work against tho  lively down tho rivor.
Siwnshos, who on tho other hand
of    Moyio     Luke,    yesterday.
„. |   Jim Cronln is working tho St.
Mr. Grocer: we can't get
along without you. Here
are thousands of people who
want good tea, and tons of
Schillings Best for them.
Will you say to your
customers for us: "Hen: is
a tea that I am'stirc of. I'll
give your money back if you
don't like it"?
A Mill
brought in a smiill piooo of tpuu1
lis, which il is reported carried a
small poroonlago of tellurium,
(piilo a bit of excitomonl was
created when it became known
Ihal tellurium had been found
near Fort Steele, and immediately several prospectors left for
that vicinity. The quartz is very
similar to that found on Weaver
creek, and carries some free gold
The Big Three, in HorsoShoo
Canyon, property of Messrs McVittie, Roiiinsin and ViuiAi'Silal-
on is ono of the best looking
proportion in that section of tbo
country. They have a tunnel in
23 foot, and an open cut, Ifi foot
in face, which is 20 feol, deep.
The ore is Gray Coppor und galena, and also rich in gold and
silvor.   The Rig Three bids fair
Eugene, hi a. mauuor llial commends lhe admiration of all who
see il, and il is invariably pronounced one of tho Hnestproperties in British Columbia, Othor
mines are doing moro or less development work, all of whicli
will be enlarged upon just as
soon as possible,
The Invicta Placer Co., Tlm
Nip & Tuck, both'in Wild Horse,
The Dibblo, The Lake Shore,
Dig Three, Prospectors Dream,
Lucky Star, ami other proportion
aro working and showing up
well.
A movomont Is on foot among
some of Hie local base bull online
siasis, to have a match game on
July  till   between    two   picked
savied" nothing but kick, kick,]
kid;. It mattered nol to them
where llie hull went,  each man
Dr, Binliloy, Denlist is in town
for a few days at. the Steele
Bouse, Those who desire liis
services will need to consult him
wanted to kick al il.    And  wiiii        	
such force did Ihey drive their ■"
inoi'onsionoil ims.   ihal Wilms MissNolllofialbrailli, niocoof
hurst, was willing lo make alii Mc.  Oalbritith's of Steele,  Ims
davit thai one of them Inul on an boon awarded tho Dom nil lold
iron ine.    Edwards played tho Medal al Walla Wal la recently.
star game   fur   lhe   Roil   lioys, i Miss (iallirailli's ll  was "All
while Robinson and lleule woro appeal lo Amorlcan Patriotism."
Supplies |?or .Miners iV Prospectors,
FORT   STEELE   B.C.
Wmutwm^imiumuiumii'itmw-iiuumnHuiimnmum
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always on hand lor lhe other
side. The game rosultod in a lie
neither side scoring. Al nighl u
(lance was given in lhe Dalgardno, where lho young people I rip
ped the light fantastic, until the
wee siiiiill hours. Many ladies
were present anil looked handsome in their smart frocks, mnl
dm KiaiiuKO
to boeomeono of East k'oiilenay's|feii,ius, Mr. Reiniimiiii of Tlie
foremost proportion, as il lias
every natural udviuiliigo for bo-
coming it initio, including timber
ami water, They also have a.
good Mciyoii fond io Hie inl.no.
Venosta Hotel has agl <l lo fur
nish Hie necessary halls, bills
etc, ami llie tennis are being organized. A fool hall game is also
talked of Ini' the Minie day.
Messrs John and Prank Mc
Million, will leave ill a lew days
for Moyie City, where they will
begin lhe erection of n a large
ntoro, iu which thoy propose lo
curry a line uf general inorchnn-
dlso.
Ii'ull slock of Patent Medloliii*
pretty In "1 guar. The program-1 and Pure Drugs at lhe Pioneer
me of the duy was as follow,
(1) Horse Race, linn   yards
lluimly Hunk won  Isl  mul  llnl
heals,      Nigger   won   llio  2nd
heal.
(2) Running long Jump Tom
I'Vnwiok Isl, Hob Mcintosh 2nd
II. Hi'oiillrlle llnl.
(II) llicycle race C, M. Tullooh
Isl. I). McNoish 2nd.
(I) Siiildlii Horse, lliico '100
yards Lillie Did; Isl, Rummy
12nd
Drug Storo,
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IIAI,i;.\i;lv TIlAN'SI'KllllKII l-KKi:
HOT ii  COLD PATHS KATES $3 PUP DAY.
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3  GENERAL COMMISSION  B
l-'Lnl'tl. I''I'.I'.H. IIA ,. HIIAIX' AN'll OATS.
KI'I'.rlAI. ATTKNTION cfVIlN 'l'n I'HKSII KOI IS, lll.'TTIvll. KTC.
Riverside Avenue,
Fort Steele, 15, ('.. Tin: PROSPECTOR,
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WliBllSHISI)    WHjiKl Y  P)   sti.i
Jin-: riiospi-.i'Toii in v i v
.1   ,.   till ICE  MANAGEP,
THIS PHOSPECTOH, is puMlsbcd
.i.i> Salt,,-ul.iy, iiiiii IlllS ii Hinirniitoeil
'.itiMllutllill 1,11'KCO lll.ill liny iilller pn pel
*.u liusl Kiiiitoniij. ii Is nil Inline Primed
'.nul uiiiliii.'s vlnul-le llie nous nl' nny
oilier pn per |u Hi-- district.
As .in ...!,.riisiiij, i!ii..iliuu it is nil-
,-xeelleil.
v man}  itiiioi
Ives basi Ivoob
pouio biipw'- v.
luiul biiisffiijjuon tlu1 ii- 1 boat forjiiilondoiit of ICdneiiliiiii lna loiter i.
lho now Ekloi'iuln, where our do- to tlio Trustees says tliat Master f
! parted friouil Bryant lilts gono, Clark's por i entngu in pnssiny is ,t
   .......   -               ivory blgli unil lioncti all llio muni a
HOW TORONTO' VIEWS IT,   \"'^lM''l" I*'"" ?»d h'« l<-'iu.her f
Miss Bailey, S
; ht:r\:^,j:: j dalgaiiwo
igsi  ii." s.'ii.iuls of East a
Cult.','     Hi'. l'"i." tin'   tin per- ,9 __„__.    «—._....
HilMiM
Opinion of Council on Grow s Kes:;
Railway.
Toronto Evening Telegram.
After two meetings of tlio  Rail-1 oiled to Uio Chief i
NOTICE,
herebv give nollee Hull I Iur.
.v.iitril.iiii.'ii-, are sol c
Jistrlot. but nil mallei
VilllSt '-li"' Ill'' nl':!! i"s
in per your.' ivay lliul Transportation Commit-: Lnnds mid Works for n license Ini'iii .ii
, ,„,,.■„, tee and a meeting ot tho ExoCUt- timber on the following described piece fi
,  ' lvo,   a  report   was   yesterday '*llu''' """""' "!'■'"'''i''' f' °™'' ^
linns,.(Hu.-1 .   i • > • LUarvs  Uivi.i.  ill hu-!   kootenuy   Ills-  a.
PORT  STRRLR  B.C.
Nuw under the management pf
R. p. MATHER.
Is a large nnd attractive Hoioi
ol* quiet Qloganco in all its
appointments,  with a
en,tine of superior
excellence.
sl from nllpn	
n-!.,i,-,i :•„'ii'..i,i:i'!i'.i.-.!i |liandotl in to the Council of.the
v;"''m'"!' j Board of Trade and i\;ts accept-1 ,.\u
 . j ed bv them. (n>
lit ivoiiteiiiiy  ins- a,
the SK. cornet' of j 1
Tort Steele's Future,
1EPOKT IO  nil. i.iH'NUI-
Whereas il is in tbo inlerosts f
_      . . of Canada that tha Crow's Es'esl -
Port Stoolo is ai present at- A       ^        ^   C1,1,>1,u„„a I
traoting more intention  in th°Lvith allreasonable despatch,  in '
"■"  ■'""   '      iml?g|oi-dorthattheiroat mineral re-
sources of Southern British Co-1
llunibia may
camp iu British Columbia.   The
district for which Steele is the
distributing centre, has not come
into prominence  to any extent!
|                 .-,             ,    i rates ma
until this year.    But now that   	
attoniinii has been called to it, i,m,,ip;,.,°i,
the impression  v. ill be perma- LllntSi 'ma
ncnt.    Situaiei] almost   in  the'
ijmniug at
i,k..' pre-oniptiui
mndred ehains, tlience
1120 into Iniiiili'i il ami iivi-nl.i i'lie
following I .ui, k oi St. Mury's Uivor 110   «
theneo m-st forty chains, theni o
f. I'   Hl'llAX.      j B
Duted. .l/n) 'JS 18UT; M   I jp:
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ivinl rales by the moiiUi
oi Hi', rich iniiiorril district |
si  Kootenay,  thero is n6
and growing trade of!
try.
tuitj ifevoiopeu; •
unclanco at  low!
furnished for the]
il i-ri -i within our■
v    ii.Ts mi I ngi I-
CO'JU
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IThe Mountain!
HOUSE    j
Fort Steele, Ii C.      1
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I  t'OllSYW,  PKQPIUETOM.
of Ea
reason, apparent, to the common!"-^ wllWPa. tho British C(
judgement, why the success of | lnmb5a Pl.ovillcial Govcrnmenl
Fort Steele as a town should notI, . l(   ,.,,,,.,, . .- ''row's
bo assured. At present the.town I w._, □„-„ o ■. -.,, ,„
can boast ol a permanent popn-    ■,   .,.,..-
lation, of perhaps 1500, with a   , ,   ., ...
transient additional of from 2000   ,, .    .„„,_,■.„   •;,.,.. -.,,,,. -,,.
to 8000. e Qt royalties Bnon ...
Being the terminus on tbc(an<i minerals by rpi tipts Iron
route of all trails nml roads, it isLinitlVlicerlsBSi etc>; and by -,,„
a difficult matter for a traveller I „i,no,..l, aovo!ol,ment of theprov-
to go through this section of the i. c
pount-ry without at least touch-j    i.ip|wi-fif01,e  i,n  ;,  resolved—
lug Stoolo.    Consoquently all |lhol .f ,ls>iM.m„: is      mi ,,,,
'his is one of llie besl appointoc] Hotpjs in the
Porl Stoole District.
Every   room   is
iiiil'iii'lublv   furnished.
■SS When vou visit Fort Steele you wilt miss it if you dont   ^3
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It: slop at  the,                                    -«
Cr 3
I    Mountain noose.    1
^iiiUililiililisiiiiiJiiliiiijlMiiililllliiiiiilllilialiiiltliuiiliK
oullils for lhe mountains arc
supplied by our merchants.
Horses are bought and sold
cheaper than in any of tho adjacent towns. Sawmills aro running regularly, and all branches
of business and trade are lively,
keeping inonoy constantly in circulation.
Those fails combined make
Steele a good pi iin I for location,
and mi iidiiiinililo placo for 111:
voslinenl. With the present
splendid facilities, and. a prospective Railroad, and competitive
Steamboat Company in sight,
thoro is no reason why Port
Steele should not inside (if six
inontJis lie a Ihi'jvitlg lown of
piinn inhabitants.
The purchase of Lho Dibble
mine by John M. Uurke of Spolc
line, for his Oompany, is going
to prove a g I  thing for this
section of Hi" I'liiinlry, ns the
syndicate is composed of some of
the richest and most prominent
mon operating in British Colum
bin mini's. This fact in itself will
have a tendency lo infract the
eyo of capital to East Kootenay,
theGoven
ent of Canada to the
NOTICE.
building of such n railway, or if \
the Government undertake the
construction of such a railway,
to appoint nt or near Nelson, the I',
Province of British  Columbia I*.
should  be  asked  to  make an
equitable contribution from  itsi"' soU* l"1 <"">' '•''"'"'- '1"-'ul'e nm
olinlns, thence m-t 0.30 chnlns to lh
■; tini's niter ilatit I intend to apply to
1 l'unimi>.i"m'r ol Lunils uml Worlis
nission to pureliase tho follou-tnit ile-
innils situated In Kai-t Kootenay itls-
trlet.  noitlitnloL-iiiilH' imrtli wesl corner ol
Lot lln. thence east along tlio aorta iKiiiiiilin-.v
north M.15
.ho south
treasury. least corner ot lot IB, thence oontlnnlin; west
"(•2) thai as the immense and A""- l]M "<"""i«v "t lot33,30.10ehainsu>
'    ' 1 llll.  .rn^f
rich doposits of coal in lhe vicin
I
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*"«
l^OTS  NOW ON SALE   ,   ,
Aetiyo  *vVoi'i(iiig  Mines at lhis  point:   St.  I'Ougone,
Moyie, Quoen of the Hills, Lake Shore.   Otis-
til'',   House  .lust   lOsfiililisheil.     Ilolol
and LLvory and Pack Stable
Now   lloing' iiiiilt.
Qu lh" line oi the Crow's Nosji Pa.ss Itailwijy.
(in niiiin trail froni Bonner's li'iirry.   ....
t.'eiilral point for the Moyio Lake country.
D. A, McINTOSH, Sole Agent,
■"'Fort Steele.
J WI
c.
Bil
The Rossland
^ Of East Kootenay.
Base of Supply lor  North Star and Sullivan Group and
an unlimited number of mines now under'd.ovclopmont
on Marl; Creek and surrounding cou'11 try." "Large hotel
now  being constructed,     Choice  Lots now' on  sale.
D. A. McXNTO&H,
Sole Agent; £"-:■        .3 P.ort Steele.
MMmtmrnmtmmtmmM 11 iim iiii
GREAT
w
DON'T   FORGET
"i
ity of the Crow's N'est Pass are
the legitimate herilnge of the
people, tho Government should,
consistent wilh Uie protection of
"aphid, tako sueh steps as shall
mako lh" eoiisli'iiclion of the
Crow's Nest Pass Railway tie-
pondonl upon llm ri'leiition of
these (oal deposils from all monopoly, thus securing for the
people of lhe .Northwest and
Hrilisli Columbia cheap fuel supplies, nnd thus aiding in the development of the mineral resources of llial section of the .Dominion.
01VE  Nd  MoXOI'OI.V.
'(3) Thai no exclusive control
st corner nf lot -s thence S. nlon^
n- east l.imnilnrios ot lot --' nnil -1 lo iiluoe of
nmnenccment and conlalnluif v"J'l ncros moro
r loss.
frclrlck .1. Hazen.
Dlllisl this 11th,1 iu.0. ISU7,
NOTICE,
Thirty ilnys after ilitto, 1 shall apply
to tlie Hold I'limiuissioiiiir, for a license
In sell liquor at retail iipnn the premises nf the Internuliimul lintel at Wurd-
1101',
Fred. ri. Dunhah.
Duted this 5th day nf .Tune, 1811".    48
NOTICE.
f horoby (.'lvo noiico Unit I hnvo npiilioil for u
snechl! llcentjo to cut tlmhor on tlio following
ilescrllicd lund in tho Fort Stoolo dlslrlel of
Knsl Koomniiy. yim commencing nl the north
.    '[westcornerojC, P. ft. bloclt No 1110. llioneo
of til" Crow's Nest PtlSS b"6 givon  nofUi to Donovnlin norlh enstcornor, thonco
and that the Government sii.mld i '"'"•'"",l,i;'""",11""'"'";™inim,.i„,i,,s. ti,e,,oe
I t'ltsl Slli'luilns. tln-iioo simth llu olinlns, thoneo
OXOl'cise "HI'" whereby   the   loClV  cnstfiOohuliis.then'oesoutlltHlehnius more or
and lhis   accomplished,   there Hon of the lino be so arranged 17"'onort¥fl>'llm,uU"lflul001'll101 ll,)°ul
isnodoiilit Imi Hint investments as t,0 pormit of the oonstructton   " iVW.MqVirrm.
Will follow.    W" lenrii that, worli |()t' other  lines hereafter whore j  '"""'l *-''"-r"'"li"'"'■"""'|y|lr' "
was qommencod on the minodur-1 practicable, nnd that where im-1      ^^
ing lhe past week, and will hi
mil.will oe ppacticitblo   that   provision I
xiii'i'tation  nutile for ihe use.of llm  nvW,„
111 dislrict.
W. 'I'. MQI.ISSKAN.
I Muj-Vl'lh. IS'K. til
l.iiwlini      t   iriiiui. i       li    ,i.-.in,.|"ili.in 1      i- i e   ,i •    •       ,'        TlllO llOlli'O. llllll tllll'I.V 'lll.YS  llflOl' I UtO  |
llllsllllll   llllll till   IU   CNlt'i till toll   inin i.   nl- I !,- -I-.I'ni      i"   ni-i'i-inii   i  ...       ,         ...,.,,        .
1 . ,       I | nj.iui. joi  in,   .is' o,   un    ull^lulllUhall applv tolhe Cold Coraralssk r for n
ol the I'liilroiid coining through. I |ini, through the'contracted see- '■'■'■'•'-n-- mroinii iinuors on the promises imown
M.,;,.,.    p. .,.,11    1„, l,'i,.l.- Tnli-i.- i- i    ,      , i-   . '-.-■'-  Mi.-llniiiilils  Kiinch   Hotol.   White lii-onse
njoi   iii"      wiii oo duck.I uiy tion  roferrod lo by any future (Mountain in so
Ist, am; n is sincerely hoped that company, In conformity with the''
he will make more investments, [ Railway Act and provision cover"
as lie is a good iiiiiii for any j tug' the use of railways by other
country, companies,
—  "Thai the benefit of competit-
VALE GEORGE BRYANT.     | Ion  through ol    systems of
———  railway should bo conserved,
A copy of "Tlm Miiiiiaiiiau" a!    "'i'IiiiIiin Interests of tho peo
DISSOLUTION NOT/fCE.
r     Notice is hereby tdven llinl. the part-
i.-i-.i'inili'. f. \'i'll(islltiV   l'n.   is  llis-
nlvotl by iniitiiiil I'liiu-i'iti  tl, A, Ellon
retlrlng'tl fi-.nn.   Tli" linsiness will
i 1 iintiiiiu-'l tiiidi-r lhe inline nf I'.  I'',
I' Vi-iiusiii ,v di. who will  assume ul!
, 'lialiilili' ;ni.|.-iillei-l iilltlelitsdiie the
llnti-il .liinr Isl, 18117.
NOTICE.
,18
siiiiili weekly publication, issued j pi" should bo so conserved
from.Libby, aud emulating from insure   thai   both   local
the fertile brain of on", I). A. through transportation rates will
Hendricks, wns sent to us las; i„. obtained from time lo time
week, containing a half column which shall be fair to the people
article, on the Port Steele conn   and fair to the railway.    The
try, in which one George Bryant control and settlement of such
of whom no ono in Steelo knows rales lo lm dotermindd by the    ,.,,. ,,.„,),„ „iv,,   ~,,    ,v     , .
anything, claims to huve come Governor-in Council or by a rail- ,ii,i-.an,.|. A,, w,. intend to upply to
into this country, and left ill (lis-: way commission. the (,'hiol t'ominlmlonor el Lunils iiiiiI
gUBt,     We lire indeed SOl'rytO)    "That as  largely ns  possible Works for ncrmimltin lo piiriiliiitw 1120
learn I bat Mr. Ilri'itnl has left us consisl.-nl   wilh lln- above pro- P™ "' l!""' aU""1'1''1  "",Kix Ml1'
,,                    ...   "                                 iii,.-               , !i'i'i"'l(, U'liil nl St. Iviit'i-ne Mission, he
Mow on earth  nan   a  counlrv niuole anil resoliilmiis, am eon-i  .   .       ,  ,,     .,,..
■' i • : i-'tiiiiniv  ul  Un'   Nil.    enriii't-   pnsl,
prosper, a small territory of only jsistonl wilh public interests, tliej|,i,Uit,.,i itiwut una half mil" north ut
Iio st|iiiii'o miles, whose pinO'dadl arrangements fur the construct- tlm puck trail nn wont aide of Uio ci i(,j
hills are  imbedded  with  every Hon of lhe said railway be Willi a] "inniajf IhanuB 80 «hB, K, Iiii .urn Ill "lis, j
species of ore, from lend to gold,! view to preserve to this country ';!. ihoiirai80 olia, N, the • in .-lis. II'.
, . . , .     on  ,i r .i    .'    ■   i . ,     ui   : I'lm Initial |'"st lii'in:.' N, W. eiii'iicr,
whoso placer initios, have in rffi tho carriage ol the froighl tranlc1
years given up  nearly twenty to and from the mines of British
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
"•Headquarters For Mining Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Best Cuisine in the West.
Modern Conveniences.
Home Comforts.
D. McNeisli
Proprietor.
A
lerti
. .*«. - -.. *.. .jrf. —
TIIK SURVEYOR'S CHAIN MADE IT THU SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL 1IODT13,
II Is Ihe most modern In equipment; it Is the heaviest railed line)
it lins it rock-ballast roiidbed: it crosses nn siind floserls; it tyas built
without tt hind grant or government aid; it is ii.'iled fur CQin-'teey of ijg
empliijes; it is the only line servins' meals ou the a lit eiirte phut.
TIIIiOl'flH Tlfl'' IIHAN'DHS'J' Si.'CNKUY JX AMEHlfA
BY DvVYLlUHT.
For FORT STEELE and lhe EAST KO.H'KNvW MINES, Weekly
Stage frnni Kalispell,   Steamboat iiouinuiiiieiiitins from Jeniiings
during Summer.   Quickest und Best route to all parts of the United.
Sates, Eastern Canada und Europo,
For maps, tickets and complete Information call or address
' nearest agent or
C.fl.!)lXON,(ienern! Agent, F.I.WHITXEV'. Cl. P. and T." A
Spokane   Wush. St. Paul, Minn,
Drew ■& Hayes, Prop's.
FORT STEELE, B.C.
Strictly First Class.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN
S. ABLER.
PROPRIETOR.
Golden, B. C.
A Train Leaves the Koolenay House Every Tuesday & Friday
Connecting with Steamer for Fort Steele.
wtmmmnmrimmmnnTmnrmnnnnrmrm^^
I Tweiitu years ot flGtlve Business I
mill ions i tt gold, wIidsh forests Columbia through tha Conadiiui
nnd linlils iim l.iuliiy riiinfoi'liilil.y .1'liiininilsi."
housing 2500 proNpoctoi'Si Imw "That such guarantees betas
civil wc prosper without George socurnd, and precautions taken,
Bryant. Itlngoiityo bells, and this Uoai'droconi mends tlie early
sound the death knoll of Sleele. eotnplptloti of tho Crow's Nest
Her glorious duys um ainlnirg Kitilwny."
If, I', .NllKIII'llV,
H'm, Thomson,
(HOT. TlllHH.
Ilulcil May Ultli, 1807. I»
SUBSCniDE.
PQll
'I'lllil  i-iiimi'i;i roll.
As u IIi'ii^uIhI. In Oiittirlo, Miiiiltiilin unil lho North West Territories,   s
hns iiuiiii- my iiiiinu mill lulinl tlui nynnnj'in nl honent service,
TO-DAY
I AM IH'lTTKIt I'K.H'll'I'I'lli THAN 1'IVI'llt Ill'lFOUIil,
No ilrug Stoi'os In lh" towns or cities cuii givo hotter skill or bottor
j    Vlllllll'lll lis l'llsl(lult.,|'H,
. A. W. lilcusilcll.
Grttiluttlc Onlttrlo College nf I'lutrnuti'ii,
£    I'lONI'lflR  DltlKllllHT (If  MAST KOOTI'INAY,
aUllUUUUUUUIiUUiJUUU'iUUUUUIlUilUII'iUUIIUllUUUUUUUUUUUUUUIIUll'JU
Hi
%
|For Tlie Fort Steele Mines.8
|  ■       I
I UPPER GOLUMBIft NAVIGATION AND TRAMWAY GO. Ltd, $
And   The
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION 00,
I
I
TIME  TABLE   t8(l7,
i
1
% FORT STEELE AND JENNINGS ROUTE, NAVIGATION EXPECTED ^
!JK TO OPEN lOlli, OF APRIL, AFTER 1st OF MAY, DOATS WILL LEAVE ^$1
% DAILY,   ( EXCEPT SUNDAY. ) f$
ift. I''(HIT S'l'EKI.n uml GOLDEN Koutk. tvTni.il the opening of Navlsju- "pp
* lion, ktaiik will leuve Port Stoolo every Tucsilny inoriilng nrriv- W
A; *■
C Ing ul (liihleii Frliluy availing, uml leave Goldon U |i.m., every j'Sj
Xj TuiiBiliiy, nrrlvliig at fort Hi.ci'le Halui'ihi.v iiuiriiinif, ,'ifei
i; Aftor 11 ay, Int. Stemner will leave (liihleii  I u.ni. Tuesilays anil jvj
'jj|. frliliiys, roninicling with Hinge ut Aih'lu, anil arriving nt Fort Stoolo ^p
?f\ Thiirsdiiy und Sunday iiftdriioon, and leavo Port Steele, Tiiewlay "Uf1
?J and Pl'.tdity mornings, und arriving at (lolden Tlnirsduy und Sunday iJE
S afli'iiiiioii. ffl
%               J''. P. ARMSTRONG,   MANAGER, £
2ammmmmmmn»!TmmmmmmmmmnTinnTmmntt2
In. HANSON. 1
General Merchant AND
Iwiquor Dealer.
3
ZS
Manufucturur of all Kinds of Lumber.    3
A large assortment of seasoned 3
Lumber and Shingles al- =3
B ways  on   hand. 5§
B 3
B Dlmei-islon Lumber a Specialty. 3
[ '   MSfl,---'B,6.     1
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaaaiaji ^^B^^gSffS^^^^S^SBSS^!SSfS!!flS^!6^SP^ItWfJS/iStB^I&^t
sssss
1
'
AW |\,amn apbaib.
. f. Venosta jEntertains in a
JSlogact pn/jer,
lii'^t'l.-Htf^rll-.l-Vi'-^
Mr. C. P. venost
t,t fo'-,y of liis frip)}08
BttlGl'UMllfid
(jjst. SiUur-
jjiiy evening in a most el/iborate
in.anftor, at, tho new IMP; V/ipos
'a. till l'jy,i.'rsi.(jc'Ayo;)ii,c. 'JV
iaffaif was |n )li« nu'ijce of a din-
^of, i|nd MS highly mijoyod by
i-H of Mr. Vc>>os,illi: m'i'4 i'dim-
#t,e fl'ifillfls. 'I'll0 n'Oesis arrived
fit, 7 and f|;,qm th.ivt hour until 11
O'clock, t|).cfes)ivitios ,,.oi|'inu.ed
to reign stipremo, jflasts wero
proposed 'Wl I'pgponfjed to in
jelocpient TOi'rts jtnd tlie whole
,|ffair sesincd iii|bii<!<| whlf fl, delightful fooling of jnl'Oi-'inalify.
The gunsts of M1'- Venosta
wore Messrs R. h T. fialhraith,
A, B. Clraco, W. M. Louie, .'fainos
f. Voglil, ArchioP,fi'Vjtli»c.Marry
McVittie, W. R. Ross, P. P. Norbury. C. E. Edwards, 0. Tiillock,
A. 1. Robinson nnd f, H. Har-
yey.
The cjhiuer consisted of nine
courses. |niijud,iug whios, and all
the delicacies ihijt uould bo so-
i-iurct! by Mihc Host Rhineman.
The toasts proposed and responded to during tho evening
were us follows;
"To the Queen" Mfissrs Norbury and Galbraith, '-The Host"
Mr.' C. P. Vennst* ''Our American Cousins" Messrs Voght.
Leolo and Clraoe, "The learned
Profession," Messrs Ross and
Harvey. "Qi|r I/adins" Messrs
Rohinscn und T'lilloek. "The
Press" A. |.i. Grape. "The Host
and Hostess" Messrs Rhinoman
and Rutherford. After the last
toast had been responded to and
tho edibles bad entirely disappeared, the merry parly adjourn
ed, but not before voting an unanimous sentiment that ''Van"
was one of tho best follows on
earth.
PERRY TOWN-SITE.
This lown site which has boon
recently surveyed and laid out
by Harry h. Cummins p. U S. &
C. E, The Perry town-site is
situated ou tho fur famed Perry
creek about 2.1 miles from Fort
Steele. It lies principally on the
west side of the oreek, along a
flat boai'dering on tho stream and
then slopes up tho hill side on to
a small plateau or bench, II is
in the finest situation on the
creok for a mining town and is
right in the centro of tho most
valuable claims Hint hnvo been
located on the creok. Thoro are
two creeks running through the
town-site, capable of giving "00
horse-power. A turbine wheel
on Perry creek will produco 500
horsepower, whilo a Pel ton
wheel on Walsh crook which intersects the town-site will yield
another 20" horse-power,
About -111 acres of the townsite
havo been laid out in 1172 lots
averaging 120x80 fool, several of
which have been reserved for a
Mill-site. A wagon road will ho
constructed to the town-site this
season, the road being continued
from the Sl. Eugene Mission
right up St, Mary's rivor and
then up Perry creek whicli Hows
into tho St. Mary's river about 10
miles from its mouth.
A slopping place and store aro
are now being erected for tho
convenience of lho minors and
others working on tho mines,
whore they can readily obtain
their supplies without having to
go the long distance to Port
Steelo.
Tho principal mines which
surround tlie townsito nro the
Elwood Block, the Thompson
Block, the Sherwood Block and
the (loin Group. The Elwood
Block consisting of the Snow
Shoe, the Shakosporo uml other
claims havo boon bonded to a
wealthy financial linn in tho east
who are putting up a stamping
mill, the machinery having gone
in, which will be in active opor
ation in tho course of a few days,
The Shorwood Block consisting
of five claims, has been bonded
to an American syndicate who
are doing extensive development
work on this property by driving
. in a long drift. Tho Elwood
Block consisting of tho Hidden
Hand, Carbonate Hill, Lone Star
Little Nellie and other claims,
wo understand has also boon
bonded so that wo may soon expect to sec active development
work proceeding on these
claims.
There is no doubt that as soon
as these mines are in operation a
big mining town a largo popiiln
lion will spo.odly occupy tho
townsite of Perry, its situation
and position being unsurpassed
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Now open and ready for guests,
Everything new and first-class,
Choicest liquors and cigars.
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Restaurant open
day and night
All the delica-t
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J
NOTICE.
Wu
oroliji givo notice thtit sixty days tiftcj*
ini''i[il to tijiply Id tho Chief Commts-
sionorof Lumisimo Wofim for permission to
imrthnse :t^i nuroR of laud more or Iobh niinutn.1
n East Koolenuy rttotrlut, It, (', Hpptnntnit "I
i post south weto. corner of Watt Wade's pui»
ihaso c)a|m on St, Wiuy's rivor -i'l olinlns went
of tuoutli of MlM'lt ereoft ruiwluif thonco north
ho chains, west 40 chntti*. south B0 ehuins to St,
Mary's river, enpt uNy St. Mary's river to
place of heBlnniny,
P, Mi CNoBfOW,
P. MiC, No«"iii:i.
,Iiisi;])ll Trainner,
if, i), Mi'iJoimlil
liiili'il June 1 llh. IMi;. M
NOTICE,
Hiereliy give notice thnt thirty dnyp after
date, t intend to apply to the Commissioner of
Unds and Worlts (or a apeclal license in cut
i holier tin ihe followlm: described piece of laud
si mule on Mark cruolt, iu Kust Kootenay district
it. (.'. Doijiniilnif ut n post on the trull, on tho
cast side uf Mnrli creel* aliout 2lJ miles from
ihe mouth of wilt! creelc. ltutinltw LUeiico north
forty ehuins, tlienee west el»lit)- chains, thenee
siiiiili one hundred and twenty ehuins, thenee
eust oljility clinins, thence iii.irih eighty ehuins.
to place of l)U|fiui|ii||f, ConutluliiK 'Mi acres,
WAIT WAUB.
Dated June IMH, IHUT, W
NOTICE.
I hereliy five notice thai sixty duys aftor
<. I Intend to apply to tlio Chluft'ottunlsslon-
f Lauds uml Worltn, for itermlsslon to purse ;ui ucres of land situate on St, Rlnry's
irlo lOasiKoototiay dlstricl It, i'. Ilniilmiliw
ataposl planted aout'thusouthhanlf of HiMtiry's
river, opiH)slte Ilia smith eust corner of 11.
Uue's ii pui lea I ion, to piirchase, tlience soulli
forty chains, llienee west eighty eliulns, tlienei'
nortli forty ehntns lo hunk of rjv
-, llioneo (ol*
nf tieglunlnif.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby fflvon thnt sixty du\n i-ftcr
(Into, I intend to upply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lundsutld Wurl;;. for permis-,in[i lo purchase the followini! desc-rihed area of land, situated in liust Kootenay district, described as
follows, Beginning ut lho nortli oust corner of
Angus Mwl,oods pre-emption, thence east
f»r(,v chains, thenee -south forty chains, thence
west forty ehuins, thence nortli forty ehuins to
lhe pluco of boBlnntaff,   containing ono hun*
ilred and sixty aeve-s nuirc or less.
MalcoHi Mac. I lines,
Diltcd Jitpo Mill, IHUT, Ml
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby «lveu that thirty days nfter
date The Sullivan Group Milling Company P.M,
C. mitM-wlll Upply to the Chief Ctimmtssloner
of Lunds und Works for a special license to cut
timber on the following described iiiece nf land
situate on Murlt creok, In Kust Koolenuy district, 11, C. to wlf. Cominenoliig at a post planted by the Sullivan Trail on the North side nf
Mark ereeh about If of a mile southeast of tho
Hope mineral claim. Running thenee west forty
ehuins, thence siiulh forty ehuins. thence east
shiy clmlns. thence south forty chiiins, the
easi sixty chain*. Uicnce nortli one hundreiOmd
twenty cl)liitis, tlienee west sixty chains, thonco
south forty eliiiins, thence west twenty ehains
tn place nt beginning, containing Mi acres iji
rlos
imini .him nt. 1811*,
P, p, ItOfiAN.
ectoriHld Treasurer nf lilt
Sullivan Mining Co.
NOTICE.
COMPANY INCOHPOIU-
lowing down the sume to pirn
containing itw ncres inoru or lesi
Prco Miners Ciu'tlllcnto, Witt!.
P P. Hi
Uaiuil Jnnn l"th, IWir.
NOTICE.
1 horoby givo notice that, sixty dayH ull
dale, l intend m niake nppliciillon to purchai
all that pin-eel uf land ut Palmer's liar Creek
crossing, described as follows!  Commonclngal
tho Inltlul post near tho trull crossing ut snld
Palmer's llur ureclt and marked "south-ciud
post," thenee north eighty chains, theneo west
eighty chains, thonco smith eighty   chains,
thence east eighty chains to the said  Initial
posi, aud comprising niu acres mora or loss,
Iltmii Watt.
Dated June IBtli, |R0r, M
NOTICE.
I hereby givo notice Unit thirty iluys nfter
date. I Intund to tipply loilioChlufCoinmlMKion-
emf Lands and Works torn special license tn
etit l|nilier on the following described piece uf
land sliiiuic In Kusi Kootonuy district, Uegin.
nlng ul upOHtptnntetl on tho Nurib star ruud
Hour Mctlliity'H, thence eusl tdgbly utiiilus.
iheneii hi mi Mi one hundred uml twenty chnlns,
thonco west eighty chains, thenee north one
hundred und twenty Chtiins In place nf hugln-
nliii,.
{', P. PINCH.
Dated .lime Pith, IHff. Im
READ,
TilK    PUMtii'iit'TMK,
"TIIK TRAMWAY
TION ACT 18115".
We. the nnderslgned, Prunh !'■ Ilogun nf Spokane In lho Stiito of Washington, Mlnlni-' Opcr-
tttor. and Wait Wude of Porl Sleele io llie
Province nf Hrilisli Columbia, Runclior, horoby
l.'lve nollee ihal we have made applieatlnn in
the Registrar of Joint Stock Compnnlus for lu-
corporntlon under the above Ad, us tho Sum.
Villi Clroup, North Slur anil Porl Steele Tramway Compitny for the purpose nt building,
ctiulpplng and nporntlng trntnwiyu, and ror
coiiMtrnctlng and ctiulpplng telephone and tele-
Kraph lines in connection thorewllh.
The points botwocn which It Is proposed to
build sueh iratnwuys, lolopltono and tolegrpli
linos tyo us follows;
(a). Prom n point on the West hank of the
Koolenuy river. North nf and near (lie month
nf Si. Mary's River nml a point at nr near the
mouth of Mark Creek, lu tho Past Koolenuy
District, llrlllsh Cnlumliiii.
(li.) Prumu point at or near ihe month nf
Mark Creek aforesaid and a point on ur nuur
the stonewall Jackson Mineral Clulm, on Sullivan Mill In said Past Knnleiiuy District, Hrilisli
Columbia,
Tlmgonorul route nf the said irainways Is
proposed to bo its follows:
(h.) Commencing ut a polnl nn llm West
bunk uf the Kooluilliy River, North of, and near
the mouth or Sl Mary's River aud running
Wcsicrly along ike North hunk of said St.
Mary's River tint point III nr near lhe mouth ol
Mark ('reek.
fli,)   Comiuuiiolnglllil point at ur near lhe
mnn ih nt Mu ru Creek ami running ulongornoiir
tlm hank of said Murk Creek Ian North W
orly direction ion point on nr near ihu st-
wull Jackson Mineral Clulm on Hulllvilll Mill
aforesaid.
PltANK >'. HiMiAN.
Wait wahk.
Wiincmi  Wm, Id Kuhs,
Iiiit-d.ti  l-'ort Steele. HrPUh Cnliimbitt, thi
MtlnhiVu/JiilO1, A. I)„ l>:» M
Hotel
KIMBERLY,
. . Kimberly, B. C
Now uirli'i' iiiiiniigeiiictit uf
C.   P
Is ready (or
SEARS,
the iicconunotlatiuii of thi:
TKAVEL1NU PUBLIC.   .   .   ,
PERRY.
THE MOST ELIGIBLE MINING TOWNSITE IN
EAST KOOTENAY IS	
Perry On Perry Creek
In the center nf the richest mining properties
in the world. . . It is the only town in Hast Koot
enay that has an unlimited supply of water for
milling and motor purposes. . . Now is the time
to secure valuable lots. . . For terms and conditions apply to	
P. A. MclNTQSH,
Fori Stoole,
THOMAS McNAUGHT,
Real Estate Agent,
-OR —
Mining Broker and Financial Agent, Port Stoolo.
NOTICE.
Nlilll'l' In lli-ll'li.v KlVI'll Hint I nm llJililylliH
in ilu-1 !lil<il i! iiilwiloiiur uf LiinilK uml WiirliH
Iur II hlll'l'illl lll'l-IIMI III I'll, llllllHTUII llll- Till lull-
Ill,! ili-hi-rllinl Iiiiiii. <' iiii'iii-liiu nt ilu'i-iistt-i'l.v
Iiiiiii. ii, r. I'. II. iilui-ii mil wln-,11 Un- lultl.ii iimi
lius li'-i-ll lilmili-'l. illmlll ii tlllll- fl'iitll Iiii- HUlllll
llnilml milil liliidi, lliinira Hiniiii Klxiy I'lmlii'..
Illiinuu UHHl uni' liilliili'iiil iiiiiI slxly eliiiins.
ilii'in-i' iiorlli i.lm i'IiiiIiin. iiii'iiru wi'«t lino
luitiilp'ii mnl Klxiy niiiiiim iu iiiui'i' ur iit'iiiiiniii|i.
K r. I'aiikiiii.
liiili'il .Inin'mill. IWir. Mi
CHAS.  ESTMERE,
Draughtsman and
Bluo Printer,
In Moyie
wnslte
Offico.
Company
PAKIJAMKN'I'AUY NOTtCK,
"rill1: THAMVVAY COMPANY INCOItPOItA-
TltiN ACT WW'.
Nolluo Ik Imroliy itlvon thnt apiJllvnilon will
hu i Ir in th" noxl hokhIoii of llio haifIhIilU vu
AsM'inhl.v for tlio I'rovlnoo of Hrltlsh t'ohitniilu
foriuiAotiHithoilaliiK tin; lnL'oi'|ioriitlon ol n
Comniuiy to iv.tistro.-t nml o|ionilo it line of
Uullwity ooinmoiioliiH ut sonic Hut on the tint'
of Dm Hrilisli ColitliiWit Sottllicrti Hulhviiv
(iillii'i-whi! UllOWII us Ilic I'row'n   NltHt PllHH
I till I wu,vi nonroHl tho town of h'orl Hloolo In
KiihL Kooluilliy uml tlioin'o tlirouitli UiohiiIiI
town ot l-'oi'l HLtiOlO uml lhe Tmrvi'i'i'i'll ills
llii'i in koiiio point on Wiisn I'li'i'ii with powor
to opi'iiitn lliu Mild Hiillwnv ultlior bv inmnis of
Htt'tmi or olooirlo [lower, nlso wllh powor in
uoiiKtruol .uni oportitu u ttiloiirii|)h or uiloplionu
linn In floniiiwtfon with Htioti Utillwny und wiiii
nil olhor ihihiI I'Owitk. riniits nnd |tp|vllonu
Dtitcil in Kurt Stoolo this iiii J uni), 1807,
JOHN UAMW1BI.L,
t hnJlleltor forupplk'ant.i
The Golden and Fort Steele
Development Company.
LIMITED LIABILITY,
Authorized Capital Stock ot 750,000 Shares of
Par Value of $1,00 Each.
Treasury Stock 500,000 Shares.   Head Office
at Golden, British Columbia,
t«HIHHm«limOIHH«HH»
mi
1
Tliis is h [iiircly local ininini; oomnanj' furraoil for the purpotu oi
auqiiii'ing und ilovqloplng praporllon In Eust Kootenuy, ibu richest p»rt
of Bi'ltish C'oiiimblu.
The miinugoment of tho company is in the humlsof capable men
who ure right on tin; spo! unit aro therefore able to seeuru for tbe com.
puny tho besl properties avulliiblc.
PROVISIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
l'l'esiileiii:  Thomas McNiutght, Esq., Port Sloule, Financial Agt.
Viec-l'i'esiiliiiil!   Aloxandor Allan, Esq., Calgary, Merchant.
S. Iliirber. Esq.. (lolden, Hecrotury llolilon I.i'iniher Company.
Treasurer:   Alexander McQueen, Esq., Calgary, Manager Boll
Tolophonc Corapuny.
Si-i'i-uiury:   ileo. S. MeCui'tor, Esq., (lolden, Barrister,
There are. no suliirieil oillelills In Ilii.- company, 'llm promoter's
sleek is pooled until the company oiiriu dividends, Exporiencod pros-
pecloi's have lioon engaged lo .-eeine claims for Ibis company hi the
(Inilinii uml Porl Sleele ifiMriels.
Tlio company has scoured u two-thirds Interest In ihe "Mogul" anil
"Tliiliuslii'.t" oiulias on Tlnbitskol Lake, 28 miles north ol lioavoron
lhe Columbia Hiver. There ure Iwo lends kii f, ,-t mnl :in foul wide re-
spni'iively. (11,11X1 worth of development work done. Twenty tons of
mi' mi ibe dump. Lull's, assay from near the surface gave over V"2
per ton in silver and lend.
Tin'''llliii' Water Clroup" bus just, beun souurod, consisting of u
two-thirds Interest in tho throe claims on the Blue Wuter Hiver, about
111 inili.'s fi'iim liiiiiulil on lln' Canadian I'm-iile Railway. Assays from
near tho siirfucu give mm ounces in silver, .'III pm- eenl copper and *ii.fK)
In gold per Ion. This is a must I'llluilhla proporty ami tho company urn
fortiinalu in securing It,
i-ly Ibniisiinil sbui'i's wild all'Oluly.   The balance of ihe lirsl lilook
es
TEN CENTS PER SHARE.
I'l'iii'iiiuls ii, lm ii.scil fur (luvQlopinonl work.
I'OII IOIIMS OF PROSPECTUS, APPLICATIONS FOR STOCK, ETC,
-   Apply In
Thomas McNaught,
Minitig  Broker and  Financial Agt.,
LAST KOOTENAY,   .        B.C, iiJUllUUI
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THE CAPITAL,
THE ONLY TOWII AHD DISTRIBUTING
CENTRE FOR SOUTH-EASTERN
KOOTENAY.
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FORT STEELE TOWNSITE,
The Capital of Bast Kootenay*
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GRASSICK  ft DEMPSEf.
NOTICE
NOTICE,
I JOINT STUCK I'll.,!!'
NOTICE.
■ ■Iiy give notieo thnl sixty
/-VWIM?   ir"IVl"?C5        ' 1'"''''1'V "K'" """"" ltal si'*Vl)¥8 -TUio lollo«-"ll Mollun- (iiiiiiboreilllllvofllio ,,,     .,„,,., ,.„,.  „,, inU.M ,„       ,    u,
iyOA I l\AC I OP?,   Ull.'rihitii I lntL.n,Ho apply U) tho Chief     " >A'Z    'lI'iTZZi" iZAZ the Chjef Commissioner of ivnmls nnil
li-. -.: , . ... i i   ,n...,„ ,„.. I of ii Iron lalnor s c Ilcuto Ispubllhaciltoi tlio j	
AM)
BUILDER®..
|.',,i-l   Stoolo   II.C
,j. ,), \,i,m$'i-
Contractor aiul B-jifyler
Fort Steele, 11. C.
ft-  MCLEOD SCO-
.-m---r-»-».«n-.—. -■
Contractors »»■' HitiUlcr.s.
I'-i'ii'-Knnn- iii'i l=1101' worm
a si'i:i:i.ij.TY.
,fiiiiiiiii«i„i„.i-„fl,„i,i|8 uug llVlistin'ii^,;,,;,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.^.,,,,,,;,,,,,,^,,,,.        \yPrka tol. permission u, pureliuse u
permission in pniriiiis.' ilii'.v hundred |- JAMES BAKKf' /ruction of land lying between, .lulm
uml iivont} in-ii-i i iin.'.'.-i'i'i, >il uiifl un- j Minister of Mines.   U|,m  &   Dowur's  piviiipliuii uml  thi,
',1,','upi.'.! Crown luml, sltiiiiiuil .uu Si.  i',.„. h„.ii,iv'ii'i'ii.iv'.. "in.'.', inn Miiy.iHir    | mountain.    Starting ul u post mirth
Mury's Itlyor in Ivi-i  Knotonuy Ilia-    un   ,s,i,wi ,„„|iw m,\,n,s u, nu i.   mistcorner of Juhnistoi, ft Miner's pre.
trlot, beginning nl lln- Sll'. .'uiiii-i' nl  iniryinwt'Haii juldiu  M nl .M'i |mn." m omptton, theucij 10 chu'uis piist, thenee
A.   M,   M''|.   M Iion'i pre,uniptuin. *™il,,ii)oftl,u   Pjnror MlnliiijArt. mrn  |n ehuiim south, thenee HI ehuins west,
thenee   north  eighty   ehuinii,   tlienee  |„^;'f'',',',,,.'!|.,',',',;;",', ,',','f',".,'',.','i!.-,'» oerWI.  Ihonee4Uehuins north tophu ''' -
wosl fot'ly ehuins, tluinco mhiiIi eighty ,-,it.- ~im11 uo Issuu I io n Join! smeli Company . nicnciiuuiiit.
.'Iiiiins,   iiiiiii' in   l.-.-s.  I." 1 1: iif St,   for ii lo'iiuer pe|luil llinn yeur, inul W
Mary's "Rivpr. thenee following liiiul, of Icorillliiiiiosimlliliiiofr llieiiutliiluy ,'f Jim
it, Mury's l-Jivor In place uf beginning.
VYajt Wade,   i 0i uiia a«;i- bhiiji jh> vh;W J""i cuiMini,
Dutoil Maj- Tt. IS!>T.        ' IH    j-iiuii ,'S|iii',' mi ilu- ii'iili iluy uf June. Isli
llpon uppl
ASSESSMENT ACT AND PROVINCIAL
REVENUE  TAX.
I-'OUT STEELE DIVISION OF EAST
KUlVI'KNAY   DISTRICT,
..ii-   in fi
Unu ii >ini
NOTICE, notice.
 " ;'' ' ' '" ''■''- :,(1''' 1 Iii rcby give nollee iliat sixty (lays
'".    ,' I,!   C";'.' '■ mZZl. Z "'tor ilule, J shall upply to the (lold
i     ,| |UI    .•■ ,u .i. uoyim Commissioner Im- u lieense In retain
mu nuy ui-'ii nil .I'-i'i'iiii'i liquor upon lln- premises uf the Ward*
u i,i: iiii.i,!."i imi! nel. ii„.„.j. situutcj) in the   town  d
thulns. thence oust lo uliaiiis w polnl "f oo-     Dllted o-lth of May, 181)7.
41,
First Class Wort Guar?
Shop flppnsili litis Fori Mlotsle
Ppinling Office.
J.J9QUINLIVAN.
CENKBAT.  BLACKSMITH,
AND
WHEELWKiaH'P,
Hoi'sc-Hhopiiig A Spuo'sUy.
P.J. CRUICKSHAMK.
Fort Steele, B.C,
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SHOEING,
AND JOBBING.
Mining Work a Specially.
JAMES HiaHWARPEN & SON.
PIONEER BARBER SHOP
Everything Strictly First Class.
Nexl door to the Prospector,
liiiiii.i iii -
■ Tu
llu nil ilii>
I.. A. Martin.
nli iluy uf Mu.v. IMT
,.'i l
NOTICE.
■ill 1 ii .V
S, }1, Brill;.'!'- OV I'll.
NOTICE,
f hereliy five notiee Unit thirty days
■ ■  niiuvi! iniiiu'i, taxes collectable ..-^..-—. utter dute, I shall apply tn the Gold
In niieli yeur: iinuovory troon>liioi-'scorllllon|o| Dnlcil April I'll.'!, 1"!iT. -Jn j wiinii, Hu Port Steojc Division of Ens, Koot.     | hereby give nottee tlllll thirty duys Commissioner   fur   n  lieense lo  seli
liolijuy ii Joint stock t: I'linv null'' inisslim .    .       emif Disti-iet ure pnyuulo nt ray omoe, In Fort artor dnte [intend lo upply lu the Gold] liquor ut r.-tui! mi the premises uf my
I-       ,„! ;i   i„   :.,,.'.   of June. 1*7,1 r-IOTICE. a9«cWi tnicsufcralloiituulciuilie follow. Commissioner^ for u   license  U)
NOTICI';,
I liiunliy glyn nnlli'O lliul I hnvo up-
piled to tin. Chief CominiBBionoi' ofIn,,vuijeenviiiui
Luiulii mul H'orks fur ii lieenso lu out
tinilier on the folloy/ing ijnsoi'ttnul piece
nf lund, ^itnnto un mirth .-'i'l" "I St.
-1/uryV 1,'h'i')', i;l I'llliit Iviiilellliy llin-
trict, lin;viui||ni!' ul the NE. corner of
Alhoi't |!iui|is' pre-emption, thonco
west (imi mul inie-liillf miles, tliiuu'i'
uoi'th one mile, thenee oust ono und
nuii-liiilf miles, tlienee south one mile
In pluee of beginning,
11, UNE.
Duted M«v SU, Wi, l».
Duted this lllh, iluy uf Muy, 1807,      JO
,\OTICE.
NOTICE.
I liei'i.liy give notice lliul 1 huve up-
plied to the Chief Commissioner of
Lunds und H'orks fur u licunsn to cut
limber nn thu following desopibiitl piece
if luiul, sjtiinted on north side of St.
.l/ury's Hive)', ill Ensl. Kontonnj' Dislrict: Beginning ut the NE, corner of
Alliert Hunlis' pre-emption, thence eusl
HUH une liuiulruil ehuins, Iheneii south
mil: unu hundred unil twenty olinlns tc
Motel ul Utile Bull river,
lises known ', T. S, Bevene,
lurliofiii ;in:i;iiii.iiiv'..i.!iiiie..ilii'ji'liiisii"''     ' HBBISHV U1VH N0TI015 iluit S) (lnys 1     If puiil on or iicfoi-„ June lion, 1807. I us'tin, Criihun House. Wiirdner. 1    Dnlcil ihi-L'uili iluy nf .1/uj, 1M7,   t;
eiu'lll.:illuiii'.'l'iiii'i'f'i|ii'u-  iifliT'lii'i'l iiii.ii.ln lily e, Hu: ,riii,-l Com-        Tliroe.flI|.||s uf om- jn-r I'viium Unil I'm, ■ Wlllium Clll'lill. ! ' 	
I nl llu- It'i- imiil fni'iii'i'i'llll-   nii'--!"lli'l'ii, l.iimh it Wui'li.-fur |H'|'iiiis.sjiiii in   niTli.
viii'il iii'i'iii'iliii;- nulli' f un hi" ( li'i.'Tliiisi' imi iii-.ri--. nf limit lu Musi K-()iileu.:i,y, j      Tun una iiniviiulf t-i','fi'ilt un nss,'ci,eil vul-
liuu'liu' ivliii-li il iiiuilil nm ful' ll.Is si'i'll'iii, Ili'L'ii'l.'i'ii' nj lln' lijiliiil liusl iilnijli-il i,„ ilui' ne uf will) l;ii|i.
Sow ""'"""" "r"": N0TICE' I    I hereby give notte that ,h.y ,lny.
more of less, lioneu smith J| elmln.s, lio'noe e.usl       On ,,-o muoli of tlio Incomes of nny person ns I "f"''*'  '"l!"'  '  il'"'n(1 '" "l'l'1-v Ul the
Hioluilns to nosierii boundary of Lol rus, iii'm-u I oxcooils one iiiniisiinii ilollnrs. Um loliiniliie:   Sotlun is iieruiiy Riven Unu six'y iluys after | Chili!' bmrafeujiier of Lunds A Workl
j "ii'-il'-"i-l'i'l'!-.'"lln: lu'i'ili'i-i's'ii'i'iit'i'iil I.u! j tun'.-11,'iiimly:-I'l  sued exeofis of lui'oinc j time, wo InlonU to upiily to lliu Cl,]i
Notice is hereliy given Unit .!()• ilnys run, )|cqcu cn.sl two eliiiins uml soventy soyon  ivlici tltesum Is nol 111,1,,- Hum ton tlionsnuil Blminr "i i.mi'i- nml works lor po
lifter date I inleiul III make application j ""lis c-'.H ,'llalns) to nortli eust cornur ul Lot 1 ilollnrs uiu: per eent: when suell excess is over I
to the Honorable   the Cliief C'ommts- ro8* 1io|io° followinif IjhhJc of Kooleimj- rlyer lo Um lliousuiul iloljnrs mul not inpro lliun twonly slluuteil mi Mi.u-li cresli  mu'ili ol tlio Norm I ■)-. )|. 1.. FK.NW1CK.
1  lliousumliliilliii'i one mul uui-,|uiirli-r of one j Hmr wusoil mini. Coinmcncluiinl H.ll..li.'linln«s
N- A. 'V.\|.i.iMii:i!. I""' eont: when sueli excess is over twenty ! l.ioi't), wosl coiner post, tucnuu lu clinins uni-ili,
tliuusund ilu lurs. one uml one liulf nf one nor \ tlicjjco 10chains west, llienee |il chains south,]
NOTICE,
shiner of Lunds und ll'nrks I'nru special
license to cut and curry awny timber
from tho f(i)|n\ylng described lunds.
sitiiuted about two miles east, of Pack
Bridge on 151k Rivor, Kust Kootonny
District, commencing alastukeplanted
un west end of limit where thn inoun-
tuiii joins tlie 151k Kivei' unit oxtondtng
easterly iiliinit Jim chains In 'I point
where the mountain and Bill Hiver
again join, being bounded ,m the north
by lhe mountain nnd on south by Elk
Rtvep, containing aboul TOO acres.
VY, 15, Ellis.
Billed .May 2j!iu1, 1811". 4«
NOTICE.
Notieo is hereby  given   that sixty
days nfter dato 1 intend to apply to the
hunk of S|. .l/ury's Rivor, thi'iice west Honorable   Chief   Commissioner   uf
following Iinni, of St. .l/ury's River (110)
ixty chains, thenee north (60) eighty
liiiins In pluee nf beginning.
I''. V. MOHAN.
Dated .1/iiv il, ISIIT. -IS
«#■     Mrs. 15,,I. llllillWARDI'N.
Fashionable
JDressniaker.
Nexl /'I'm' l" Diil'ter Shop.
FRttMAN HND GEflRY.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.
Fni'l Steele B.C.
SADDLE & PACK HORSES.
I.A.HINli Of Al.l. KINIM A SI'lvtllAlvn
Livery Stable.
Good Saddle Horses, ami Kiss
ot nil kinds for hire nt
reasonable rates',
TEAMING OF ALL KINDS  DONE.
G. L. Dalgardno,
Fort Steele, B, C.
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
Mrs, tin/lies Conlun  i
"   .1. H. Rodgers  -    DlUB'TOHS.
"   VV. A. Conrad I
Lunds and H'nrks fur permission tu
pureliuse une hundred ittul si^ty acres
of unsttrveyed und unoccupied lands
situated un Tracy creek, Eust Kootenay, Fort Steele Mining Division, adjoining lienrge II. Scott's pre-emption,
i-iiiiimi'iicing ut NE, corner of (leorgc
II, Scott's pre-emption nud running
mirth III chains, west 40 chains, south
In ehuins. tlienee eusl. 40 chains lo place
of commencement,
Aliieut Mutz.
Dated .May loth, 1SII7, 48
FREIGHTERS,
Mr. John Bulman, Winfielcl Park,
Tlnmilerliill, will handle freight
between Ailnln, Mini Lake nnd
Fort Steele, nud return. Goods
warehoused al both ends, Foi
rates apply to
JOHN BULMAN,
THUNDEBHILL.
■ - JOHN WEIGHTMAN
1.1 VERY,
FEED, AND
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel Mont.
Pitrlies lo and from Fort Sleele
will find tlmt tills is tlie best pluee In
leave their slock, uml oliluii, convey-
anees.
BEflTTY'S
CW.KUKATLl,
ORGANS AND PIANOS
For Catalogues, Address
DANIEL!', IIEATTY, Washington,
New Jersey,
orr.ii ns, il
PIANOS ffirf
Oi'KHHh, $H5,MI up.   Slirn
"""'   Hlllltlll.    CllllllOKIK!
Aililivss. Ilaiih'l  I'.
lli'iULv, WllhllillfjlOlt, N.J.
ORGANS fflrSffiioi
Illllll
Mils, E, li. Wii"bbbh, Miulngor,
Patients from Fort Steele, mul lhe
mines, will he received ut reasonable
rates.   Fur terms apply In:
Mrs. E. R. Webber, Manatjer.
KALISPELL, MONTANA,
THE »«.
| MINERS'!
, a HOTEL.
Perry Creek,
"""— ' |   1 hereby eivi: nottee Mint llilriy iluvs nfter
Now open (nr business. lull stock of ,lnlG niunm ,,, „,,,,,>. „, „„, am cohiuiIk-
wiues. liquors arid eigitrs. (loud beds slonertorn lieense tn sell liquor nt reunion
and go nl meals ul rensonublo prices.  Hie promises known ns the "Intorniiiloiiiil
NOTICE.
I hoveby ^ivo notice thut. sixty duys
aftor date I intend to apply to the (.'hicf
Commissioner nf Lands ami H'orks for
permission to purebase thirty ucres of
land situate on Si, Mary's River in
East Kootenay Distriot, boginninjj at
iho SF, eornor „f .1. ||'( JI/eL. il/eaeh-
en'a pro-emption, thenee south (25.00)
twcnty-Hve eliaiiiB, mure or less, to
hunk of St, iUary's Rtvor, theneo following up bank of St, .Vary's River to
a post on southern boundary of A, II'.
J/cL, JUeaelien's pre-omptiim,
H, La.vk,
Dated .1/iiy 27. IS0T, 4S
[ilnvi'i.f li.-L'iiiiiiii
Dated tills mjiii dny of ftlup'li, \w.
NOTIQE,
ommis- tu ,H!j,(
"lllil lu      ,-        ,
*■■      i FCuoter,
nsel-iu liars nf u|i/.ccii]iii'il crown  lutnl,
nl mi M;irl( creslt   north nf tlie Nortli
,-r.  &•. (jftiup I, iji Kust
■j'. h, i.. n:.\\vici'
iUmI May-25th, 1897,      -17
■in
I l|Oro|)y BlVO liotloo, tlnitsisij' ilny.s afln-
tlute, I intond tn n-ppiy i« (,|ieChlu*'ConimlK-sioniJr
nf l,iinih A Wnrks. for perinlnsloi) u> imirliiisu
IBU ik-ivs nf Imul sihiiih'il in BilstKootfliiuy
IMsirk-i lu ti vulioy ImiwiTii Hull liivor nnd u
lirnnuli of Siuirt Creek, iiljouj two miles soui.li
nf Hull Rlvof.   Tlui Iniiiul uusl bolni,' Uiu north
I tlii'ni-c )ilcl]iiin<r
If paid on or aftor tho 1st July !
1.897,
Four.-lifl-liB of one ))ii|- Rent un HeitJ property,
Tlircu popOBiH uu |lii>;h..,i!bw;d vuliii? of wild I
.1 plui'opfeonimenei
It iiiiiiiln-ldjfi'
I,>J,i-'";.I.n'.
Apr'd -i\. JW
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
^Uree.fourtl|«of ono per eent on Pcrsomn       N(j|i(<(1[ tlml thirty days/tftfl'date J
Oi)somiiu])or|,||o|,tcojno.soruuy pomon „.s intend to apply to the Gold CommiBsiou-
exHicils one thousand dollars tlio following or fur a. license to soil liquor by retail | of wild pr
i cornier, lience -in rliuins south, lu-ucusii   rale*, mum-lv:   Upon mmh cxltss when the  on  tlie  premises  known  as IlioSiflo
west, liepcu-jo chains north, hence Ho chains smiieisiioi more thnn ten thoumirid ',oIlurs- Hotel   sitiialoil a!  the head of Voye
onound one'ijv»trl.erofpHi!poreDut: whensuch ' '
V., A. Elton, excess Is over ton thou.suiHl dollars and nol!'-'11"0'
more than twenty thousand dollars, one und j Tjllldsoy Cl'OSsill.
mie-lialf of une per eenl: when hhcIj excess '■-
over twenty ilHui.siind dollars one und tlir
NOTICE. iiuartersofouepercenf,
Provjni'ltil IJevciiue Tux -};t,(H) per uupltu.
east to plapo o| Ijejjlnnijijfi
Uuted IMh 8ft)i March, IAI
We heroliy Hlvo notteo llmt sixty days nfter
dale, w! Intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of Liuids and Worlis, fui' pc nn ins ion lo
purchase. Sll iu.rt.-K nf land, more or less, Starl-
Uw at a post souili west, corner of Johnston &
Uewars pri'-L'iuption.tlieiii'r .">!! cliaiiH tu.st.more
or less, thence .JI) chains sou|h |o Moyeu Liike,
llienee "id i-hains went ul"iii; Moyeu Ulkc.
thonco 80 ehuins north to place of eomiuenco-
lllt'llt.
John A, Clui-itto Si cu
Dated April and, |60~, in
O, M, Kl)\VA]{])St
Assossor ami Colleotor.
Datocl May LO, l$)7
•io
NOTICE.
kwj«:BI* hctf.br Klvcn, ilim *>ixiy tUyn,
after date, i lAtcnd toapply to tbo Chief Commissioner of Lanamijid Vforki, tor pormiwslon
oi purchane-liJa re-sof Intjdidtuulfi onitoycfl
hike in the UlitHct of Knst ICootonny. Hc«ln.
uiin: ut a post pluntfid ut the south vott corner o| Ciiji:pl»-l!'- pre-emption, theneo east -«
ehaiiiii more at {•■•.-. tn tlie sonjii eiiKt t'onu-r
mi. thenee south SO clmln*
moreoi less in th.- UikoSlioromiuuralclulm
thence foNow}iiK tlie norlli boundary line of
suitl eliihji t.i t(ji -ix,rr nf Moyen hike, thctiey
north "." eluilns w point of oomincttcotnciit.
O.CnmpbcU.
DitteilKort Steele, Mny I5th, 180". .
NOTICE,
NOTICE.
Wo hereby (,'lvo notice lhat sixty days after
date wo intend to apply to the Chief Conimiss-
lousr of Uuds and Works for permission to
purehnso UW uere.s of land. Slurtlnif al it point
on Moyea tniil. :i miles south of Ci'iinbrook es*
title, more nr less, thence III ehuins south.
thence -m chain*, west, thence -10 ehuins north,
thoneo -Hi ehuins cast to pluee of eommoneo-
motit.
T. HorbrldKc & Co.
Dated April 3rd. IS07. Ill
NOTICE.
A. .1. ROBEUTSON,
ManiiKer. ,Ia\o:s .1. Mel3V0V.
E. J. Cann
.. will open n II rst-oluss.. '
BOT<  AND STATIONERY STORE IN
FORT STEELE AHOUT JUNE IO.
He villi fiu-ry n Inru'i- llm- uf llnults. .Miininlni-s,
I'liinns. Bin
Also Wall Papers.
Ilnlel on tin; wist side of Itiversidc Avenue.
Kurt Steele. li.C,
GEO. HOOCUUTH,
Dated at. Fort Steele, 11. C. this "Jlst day ol
May. A. D.. IWir. IB
NOTICE.
Publio notieo is hoivhy glvou that
sixty days after date we intend to apply
to the Honorable the Commissioner of
I Lands und ll'orks fot'iiormissioii lo pureliuse three liundrod and twenty ueres
of unoeoupied Crown Lands situated on
, the west bunk of Elk River, M Koot-
Thn National MaltO Stno'tor, enay, ^•omluelll*illo, at the southeasteor-
^^#-.. ner of lot L!li7 of the Kootenuy Valley
. ,,   .     , , ! Land Co's. luml, thenee wost40ehuins
A praotioal, cheap mid simple L lllt !l2]| ,,„,,„ sra„, 8U chlllm>
ini'tliml ol matting sulpliide ore, |,i,em.„ 01lsi 4,1 ,.|uiins. ihonco north 80
,'litiins in pluco iif I'lniiiiHiiii'iiiiiciit.
. Uiin. n. Watson,
John c. Waucisu,
Geo. llniiiiAKTii,
Jay Usiieh,
liiili'il Kiii'l Slniili'. Mny I1il.l1. ISIIT.    IS
NOTICE,
noli us nickel, copper, gold, nnd
silvor oros, in localities wliere
load urns nml fuel nro scarce mid
iiliniisl unattainable, our pyritie,
wnii'r jacketed Mntlo Smoltoi'
Ims li.'i'u rocognizoil with highly
sillisfiiclory results, iiiid hns
been thoroughly tested on various iiyi'ltic, sulphide mul arson-    ,,..„,.    ,       .     ,        ,
1 *' ' 1    I lici'i'liy givo notice Hint sixty ilny
III'"  " ..:....■	
ll
in
mulling, und concentrating that I "nrt sl,xtJ' ut'|,|)s"f "Mwvoyod *nd
■    1 , ucrilhiril Imul I 'i'llllll l.nllii-:.;illilli'.i  ni.
'Slnwnto.chty, Truey Crook in Fort Steele Mining Di-
Itrofjiiiros uo oxtraortlinary vision,   Beginning at a post plttnted
skill, no load ores,  no  fluxing rom to Tm°3' t-'^ul tho foot of the
.«..!-«..!. 1       1      .'    1 1'     .1 1  ' inoiuilain   and alnr.it Jive miles from
nmtonaljumlnoluol for thosmol- „•      , ,    ,,    Vr . n
,   '   , ' Hasu, being the NL eoraor; thoneo
tor aftor it Isstartod. Tho sul- 80Ut|i ,|0 ^^ theneo west io ehuins,
plior in the oro is  iis natural thoneo north 40 ehuins, Iboneo oiwt 40
fuol only, and its cost has no ohulns to piueo of beginning.
comi)tirisoii with any othor pro*' ,'1"' H- *"IT!'
NOTICE,
A sitting of the County Court of
Kootenay will lie hidden ut Fort Steele
at the Mining Recorder's olliee on Saturday the 12th day of June at 11) o'oloek in
the forenoon. Summonses for the said
Court can be procured from the Registrar at Donald.
Hy order of the jiulgo,
.1. i'\ Armstrong.
Registrar of tlu- County Court of
Kootenay holdon al Port Steele.        II!)
Fort Stoolo Fob, SJJl'd, 1897.     oM | (i«ys after (late I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works
for permission to purohuso tlie binds
within the following described area.
Commencing at tho north east corner
of lot 11)114. ti.l, thenee north to the
pre-emption of \\\ S. CulUcj', thonce
west lo the Kootenay river, thence
following the river southerly lo tho
I heruliy itlvc notice, ihm sluiy days nfter
Notice   is  hereby given that fcixty ditto, I intcml to apply to tliu Chief CommlK-
siiim.r "f f.and.s mid Workrt for |Krnifi«Ion to
imvcliuse hUij- no mm nf lund sliuBLod mi tlm
NOXICK,
Public notice is hereby given Unit
sixty days after date I intend lo apply
lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase 11201 north west corner of .1, Durieks uppl
acres of unoceupiod Crown lands, in a Lutioii to purchase, tlience cast to the
valley on the south side, of Hull river, [joint of commencement,
about one and a half miles rrom the  Datof] ftt Fort stoolp m\\ April, 1807.
Puok brklffo, Commonelns: at tho north ,„ ...  , .       ,.,
.   L,        ".   .      .   . T. \\r, JAOKSON.      4.1
west corner posi, thonco forty chains |
soulli, theneo eighty ehuins east, them
forty chains north, thence eighty ehaint-
wesl to place of eimnnencement.
A. W. Bleasdell,
Dated at Fort Stoolo, 13. C, this 27th | Commissioner of Lands und \\
NOTICK.
1 hereby give notice, that sixty days
j after date i intend to apply to the * hid
lay of iJnrch, 18117.
Moyt'ii Uiko In ilic dUtl'lut of ISust Kootonuy,
t'oinincia'ini** nl n posl planted uttlic.south va st
cnriitT "f MfVlttle'h luml. thonco un»i Wchulna
lltcnoo sotith iSclialnN. (otlio north bnnndury
ut riirihMN |)rc-f-niiitlnii, thonco followlnn
snld iimindary in ctiiiin.-. llioneo ISoJialnRto
point of hcirinninit,
w, i:. »iu«inR.s.
Dnted this ITtli iluy of May IW. -ai
NOTICE.
I hereby itlvc notice, tlmt sixty duys »rier
duto, I Intond lo tipply lo tho Chief Commls-
sIoiut iif Luniih niid WorltH for vicnnlHHlon to
pitrcliusfj i*< ncriiK nf 1 1. Kltuuto on Moyen
Lake in tlif disirlci nf litwt Kootenuy. C'om-
inoncIiiK ut 11 post plunted nt tho smith west
cornor, Ihoncc iUrhuiiiH I3ftst, thonco in ohulns
aorth. thence lo chuhiH weHt.thetieo 4o olinlns
kouHi lo point oi bi-iiaiiiitr.
ii, HiCKiiiHS.
Dnted this Kill tiny of Muy, 1807. ifi
NOTICE.
NOTLOK
! hereby give notice lhat ,1 will apply
to tlio Gold Commissioner fot a license
to sell Intoxicating liquor by retail ut
my residence tj,t Crow's Nest Landing,
near Klk river. Objections should be
lllod at the Mining Recorder's Ofllce
before the 1.1th, Juno, 1W7.
Mrs, ,1. Mott.
Dated the 12th. day of .May 181)7.       !o
 NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby"(in-on umt . lhe iitidei'-
siiaicd, liiiend, Klxiy duyti nftor date, to upply
to llio Chief Commissioner of Lunds A Works.
Victoria for iiermlsslon to purchuso To,:! nereis
of luml en Witsii creok, commencing nt the
sotttli eusl cornor of hu 3tH U. I. theneo rannltiB
cast to ihe north oust corner oflotS. If., U, 1.
thenee -.'n ehains north in the norlli wesl corner
nf 15, Suinliiis pre-emption, thonco SitM ehuins
in VVllRIl lake, thenee following the lake shore
in a point on tin' eusiern boundary of lot 3tM, U
l. thoneo followlnn the sni.l houadury south to
point of oomuioiicctiu'ut.
[rtiiiiiedj N. HANSON.
WtiKil, Muy-M. 1KI-. 4T
NOTICE,
J2hjermission tu  purchase ono hundred
and sixty acres of unreserved and un-
 ■ ; occupied Crown lands situated on Perry
creok, district of Last. Kootenay, B, <'.
N2I!£E" ; Beginning al a post placed on the south
I  hereby give notice that -Sl) days! west, angle of the Old Town  bench,
after dale I intond to apply to the Chief t hence north (40.00J forty chains, thenee | purchase Ho iien > of land mom or Imi
Commissioner of Lands and Works fin- oust (-10.00) forty ehuins, thence south j prhdnKun isluml in the Kootonny riv.-r rm.
a license for the purpose of prospecting ! (*>(,-,,!)> hirty chains, tlience west  (40.00 jsl"',hl'new ^^'"^JJJJJ0^*
for coal on land situate on the north I forty chains to placo uf beginning. ^	
side of St.  Marys river about (2) two a. Irvine Robertson,
miles west from the Indian Reservation,     Starting from the  south   (,lls! ! Ihit-d this Mil, Apnl. IS!.;. I
lorner post, thence running 80 ehuins
north, thence running ^u chains west,
thence SO chains sunt li, thence SO chains
east to place of cumin en cement, comprising fill) acres.
NOTIi'l-:.
Notice is her hy (riven thul. sixty days aftor
lute. I Intend to upplj to th- Chief Commls-
mor of CiiihIk und Wtirka tor pottnlsj-lou to
NOTICK.
Notieo i.- hereby given that the North
Star Mining Compuny intond sixty dayn
,„   . "",,       ,       .      | after date to apply to tlu- Chief ''"m-
We hereliy giv liotlco, that sIxtv     .   ■ f i     i i   ,»•   .
•   min«ioner of Lands and   Works,  ''ii*
13, .1. Walsh
days after dato, wo Intend tn apply ti
'the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Dated this 15th April, 1807.
NOTICE.
I pet mission  to purchuso  Hill acres   of
unreserved and uimccupii'd crown hinds
situated al MeUlnty eroelt, Last Kootonny, ll. f,
|{e-.rinniiij   ai   a  post  placed to lho
, ,.       , , south-west of the Company's buHillnffg,
2ast corner post of Jloso   'nu hnmnii'h),, r   ,    ,  • .,   ,, ,   ,
thonce forty chains north, thonco forty
1 Works for permission to purchase tun
41 i
acres of land,  more or less, situaleil
about two miles in a northerly direelion
from Moyie Lake. Starling at the norlh
,  ,      , .        , ■ pre-i'inptinn. thence  -P) chains north, '■  .   . .'., f   .      ,   . ,
I hereby give notice, that ,'lf) days '    ,    \     '      . *  '       '    ' chains easl. th-mce forty ehuins south,
after date,  I intenil to apply to the ..        ... '.^     '  .!  '    ° '   8 ^ ' thonce Torly chains west to place of be-
11   ' 11 1.,, .in  i  ,.. ... .1 * i,   11........ 1.1 ..i...i... * *
i liii-f   i ommlsslntioi'   ul   Lunils nml
...    ,    ,        ,. .    ., .  I'lli-t to liJlli',-- nt i-iillillsi.'ilri-lin.'li'..
Wi.rks fur ii lii-ciisu [ur l,ti- |iiii-|iiw of '
IH'ospcelliig fur nml on lunds, situate .1. I.a.mii.n't.
un tin.: .-inliii i,iiiii nf tlm SI.   Murj-'i- \ I'll'. Mlll.TIIY
I'.H'ci', ulioul thruu nillus ivesl »(tlm Hi.: Duted this 2-ltli Aiirll. 1811".
Llioneo40 i-iiiiim-smiill. tlmnn-liii-liuiiinl   .
(.'inning.
Nortli Stiir Mining Co.,
\„-v \\. M. .M,-U'0'.l Ctii'i'un
A gout,
i; Dnted ut fort Stoolo, tlili
Kugono Mission.   Sturtlng from X, K.: Till.duy ot J/uy 1811".
iiornor posl. thoneo running 8(1 ehuins NOTICI1'
soulli. thonco 80 ehuins wesl, Llioneo KUi  " NOTICE.
ehuins north, thoneo 80 ehuins oust to     [ hereby give nottoe that sixly day.-'   - ———-
Lho plaeo oj commencing,   Comprising aftor dulo,  I intend tn apply In tin ;   I hereby elvc noilcc thai no aay« oiler ilato l
u liiiul uf 1140 ucres. j Chief I 'nminissinncr of Lands * Wnrks; i'"""'11" '''[A'" ""' ohl"! ,'"i"i"i»''i'""-'i' "'
', .    . , i l.uiius iii.tl l\.. m.i. tor luTitilwiui tu iiuri.liiii...
.Nii'liulus Coci'iilu.!fl"' l'"i'ni'«i'i" l» purchuso inn uotcs nl ■ „■„„.„„„, ,.,„„ „„ WIM HorHOcrcck,,„„„„..
Dutoil this l.'jtli \ni'il  1811" h ''"'"' f''"",,! 'n '!""lit Kootonuy described | eliik' nl iny north oasicDrnorsltunlcon Victoria
11
I hereby givo notieo that thirty fluyi
In Ot'OS, ill iiii I mi'!l.v nl - Iii 80 after duto I Intond to upplv to tho Chief "-O-oi' tluto, I intend to apply to flio Gold uUus  luiniir mil sixu acres m land,
HIS por Clay,  It is  111.' simples! '. Commissioner of Lands and  H'orks lor K'ommtelonor'for a license In soil 11,,- \ sliiuiiuil in in-.iuri,-. ol E*«t Kootonay ,u„i
ii'llmil of gold nml silvor Ol'O permission to purchase ono hundred ^vt' fotiiil, on tho promisos known us ,„„„«,„, (o,,.^ lwc,^'C|„„„s B0Ulh *,, lUo ,'„„„
* ... - - . Hi,' llllll. I'll! III.' I
as follows: Beginning at a post planted ] ^{iWh ,"'1""',!"-' h'vh'fi rtlwh. thence run ulna
 , at the south west corner of lot 325.  *l'Jn!ns msiU**"«***c,?tttinH s,mth' Ur',1,'°
.  ,,,  ,   .      . ,    10 chains enst. thonco -iu vbutnt( north to place
; I hence soulli -ll) chains, thonco east 40 0f commencement.
N0TICE- chains, thoneo nortli 40 ehains, thence i T. D «.,.,„,!,,,
  i ,„   .    .      ,       , , , l'. 1 . MMrlON.
 Vl„„, „.,, ,,.,,.       „    ,.   ' west  o chains to place of hc^innin'f. ,       , ,, ,   , _
l hurobj -.'Ivi'tiiitii'i'.ilnn sixty iluys iifk'nliiic i l ■ » Dattnl Mav loth 1807. 4i1
I Intoail to upply to tin- Chief CommlBKloner [ ^^i p^ jyth, 1807. ;  ' 	
of hniitls iiiiii iVorhK, tut' poitoIkkIoii to pttr-
unti. i w. French.     42 i notice.
the luiporial Motel.
NOTICE.
i   Taki: Notick, Hlxty iluys itftrr dato, 1 intenil
, j, 'fui iul, : tu apply to the Chlet Commltwluner of Unils*
.   -ilu-ni lioinaliu-y nf lilock 813.1   WorhK. for pertnhwlon w purohnKO about l^'i
C.P.Vcnosta.    | thence south (IU,iX)) forty clmlns. tiii-iur wo«i 1    | hereby gfivo notice that  sixty dayv  l"'1'''' "' unreserved nnd unocc'uph t Drown
IhUe-llMay 10, IW. tf    yatW) rnrtyelmln».thonoe north i^aoj forty ufto|1 (1lltorJ   lntend ln ap.,,y to ti1(   lands, sliuaicd on east_hn.nl. of WilrtHorHO
«i<«<-- •'■ -' (iiuiiii fm-ivrliitliisiii tiliici-    ,,, .   , . .      ,       ...   .     cruel*;, East Kootonny dUtnet.   HcKlnnlnK nt
:< hief ( oinmisstonei-of Lands k Works the north nm corner of lot w [Wm. Baillie],
for pormistiion to jairchasG 1(10 ucres of ■ thonce nouth i() forty chains, theneo enst-li)
' land in Knst Kootenay District situated ' '""'.v chnlns. thence north nbout -.ii twenty
to t.iink i>t una liursiMTi'ck thonco
chains, thoi
i nl iicf-'limiiii-'.
NOTICE,
I hereby (live notieo, lhat. sixty iluys
1'i'ss of conooiitratliig.
Dated May Hull, 18117.
Wn nn' pi'oiiai'od to fui'iiisli any:
i ' XTl'I'If'Ti'
si/.n or capacity plnnl. coiii]il('l.c " " "•"'
to substantial mining pooplo, sot    Wl. ,,,,.;.,,, ,,h,'. ,„„;,,"l!ml ,;,,„
it U]i nnd I'lirnisli mil' moil In run \,|„ysallur iliilo ivo Intonil in upply tol
i'liiiiiis,$JU5,(i(iiirisiiIiii'Niii- i| f0|. ilu.Hi (,n wisy piiyiiiinils. tho lllilof Oninnlrnl ' of tjiniln'iinil
ti'i-K iviinit'il,   ' nnii.ii.-iii  (rot-. | ,'   i   ./ ',,.,, ,   ,
" ensimiilolI'.lll'llll)1,wulf Pi'lcos iiiiii SliUoliicalloilH,  ivilli j ""'■»" ""' pormlimlon in pni'ohiuio 112(1
"|N"1, I „„f„„.„„ i   i„„,|„,„„|„|u    ....   aril's   Of   Illllll   Hil.iinli.il   nil  Sis   Mill)
ii'H'iik, wonl nf St. I'linrmiii Minnie
uiiinlntr al   tin'   Nil'.   I'lirnur   |in»t.
nftor ditto Intonil in upply lu thn Chief
(,'niiiiiiissiniicr nf l.uiuls uml Wnrks fur
pi'i'iniHsion In piii-i-liiisii Hill iii-ri's nf
luiul situtiti'il in Kant Kootonny Ulntrio!
nn Band orook aluiiil nlno mill's from
lliu bridge, Tin' initial post holng the
norlh wi.'st ttornor, thohoo in iihiiinH
i nulli llioneo-Ul ohulnn east, tlionoo 10
llhuills llOI'tll,   llllllllll'   III i'liiiins U'Ortl In
pltii-ii of eoniinoimolnonl,
.1. II. Iiiinjilcy.
Duted llils 111th duy ot iluy, 18117,      -HI
JAS. li. 1MI.SI1,
Ilulnl Iiiiii April. Ihm.
mi Perry orook, beginning nt the Initial
 pnol plunted nbout four miles above tin
old nhaft, llii-iu'i'i'iisi -In ehains, thenoel
snutli HI ullllllls, lln- weal III rliiiius. I
thoneo nortli- hulns to Initial post.     »»toil at Port btoolo 30lli April, 181)7 4D
I lii'ii-liv riv,.  Iro llllll sixty iluv« lifter j 	
Iimi i Intonil in apply to il,,- r i ilnnunls-  IJaUnl this llnl day nf April, IH"
.in, i>l I.nn,I- mill W"Ilu. Iiii  p< rims
NOTICE.
l-.ll.mini.- imni, nl iiliil Horse orook to nlneo ul
I'. V. CUMMINS,
lillirlnisi.  II   llllliili'i-il nml  I
iinrsHorvpil iinil iinncoiiiilcil C'ro,
UU il nil Miiylo lllln s Knsl Kiinli'l
NOTICE.
iii..niii ii
I'otoi'oncos nml ii'stiinoiiials on
in:A'l'Tvs iiiiiiiiii. *iifi,iio up. j application,
RAA AHA I'll!" I iiinii'i's ivinili'il.    .lililri'ss
OUU,UUU i,ii,,ill. Imiilill' llinlly. Wlihli-
liirtuii Ni-iv.lci
I In-n-liy Klvu nntloo llinl Bluly
NATKiN.M, ul.'i: d IIISDUCt'lON CO.      plnnli'il libnnt (inn liulf nillo nnl'lll ofIjlnW,1 Ini Itonpply lo tlio Cliiil C"i I
NOTICI"!,
jin.inin up.    Mi'n
Bnatto's Or-jans awft,'*
ii p,
lliinlly, IVnsliliii'luli. N .1.
.,    , ,,, ,   .,,, , „       tho pauk trail on west sldo of thn orook, "'"'i in.iuuii
.Mtinillui'lnrrrsul riiriiiiiiii Im-Nulli 1.1 iirpi'i-         '. ,.,„.,.i.„ ,  ..i„ „
' riiiinlrig llii i III nhs, S. Uionnu80oils, I ;",,,„, "",,
K. thoaeu-10 ehs. N, thai in nhs, II       	
to Inltlul post.
Onlil .silvor uml btifld Ores,
IINIIIMIIIIIS AND OONVrilAOTOIUJ inn
_ I     MQI.'lJ'Mt-lN'l'    OK    CIIKMK'AJ,
' i.nli.. 'I'
nml Worlis lm'ixi'iiilssliiii In
ll- ul Illllll slllllll'<l ill I'lllsl
i mi lln- iiurlli Itn'lt ul .Stim!
nml ii hull mill's [i'iiiii lln
\v.s. I'-oiisvru.  ii
Motion Is liornliy iilvoli Hint slsty .Ims nllor
'iimi. I Inionil tn npplj lotlmi hlclCnmmlssloii.
. i,.1 lull lmi,il mull, (ur |H i-inlsslun to pur-
iii..i'i'-uini-i'i'iMi^i'i'w.'iv!iiiiiiii.' i'lii.ni'i- iii.itil NOTICI-.                        I'lin-' Iiwnorcsntiiiiiiirviivi'il und iinocoiipliil
IWIIK1} olHlity cl '. Hi. ii.i i li'imi fuiii '"'"'    ('"ui'i"'"'I'm "'ll"'""till lust cnrlior ut
I'liuiir.  iinni... suiiil, IH0.ODI   olidity olinlns,     v"'  heroliy (llvo nntlen Iinil   slxlj   ll. o. Jonnlnin Inml on Mark  'k, llioneo 111
_   iin'-i uusl | iiuiiii tony olinlns topiiiooo I days after duto wo Intond to apply in '"■ i " " ".iiiisivsi  thonco in
i.'i'iiiir Uu-1 liirl i'miniiisslnix-i' nl  l.iuols uml
Tin.. T. Mi-\ inlo, ivnrlci (nr pi'l'llllsslon Iii pnroliiisi-. Il.'i
April Ulli, ism. n aeron nl lund, mor ■ Ions.   SIiu-IIiil'
l"''l ni |iiu-l smiill wi-sl I'lii'ii.-rnf .Inlinsllin A-j
' In-will's pl'i'-l-lnptlnll. llli'lli'i' llll rliuins'
«i«l. Ilii'iine HO i'liiiins sinilli InMnyi'iij
HI lln li
In
peauu'j. Planes OT«^ta*E
llinn, Wniililnilton H.l
',r. 1,01'iH. MO.
T. I'. Noiiuuity,
iI'h, Thomson,
,'Iubt. '1*111ICH.
I;i.h.I Mny inh. I8fi". -I'
ll! pui   lii'ltlll   1)10  Slllllll   Ollsl ,
truer, llioaoi no oliuln, wosl. llionun lo ohaliis'
iri.li. llioiiuu nn i'liiiins nasi, llionou lo ohitlns
uiiiini piano ui ooinim ni'oiiioiii.
'.V. J. t.Mlvil.EV,
D«M lllil lVI.ii uny 11 Il-.IVV, ISKiV -Sl
I IK'ioliy Iflvo liulli'i'. llinl llilriy ilnys lilto
mi', I Inli'inl u. iiiufly lulliu HnPI Cuuiinls
lonor lor a llouuso to soli llojior n< rouill n
uy Hotel lininsiport.
'I'llOS, 11,.1'Vill.
M, lull tlllll tlllll illlj III MuJ   l(W. ft
I. ni.,.. Hm no., llll i'liiiin», iimi'" no loss, NOTICI'',.
nortli ,,„sl aim,;: Moyou Uiko, thnnco    , „ir,„, ,.h,,,„„,,,„„„ ,Mtls ,,„,.„ „„,.r
20ehains noi'th to place nt eonmii'iiec- j,i„i,. i mtumi to apply mtliotlolilCommls.
incut,
(I, ',!,"     '    '•    '-('11
Miiiur Iur u lli'i'iiso lu soII l|.;ui.nu roll.Il.u '
',', . .un '■!  I'*, mm
Paled April Uml, ll'.l,,
S,'i       l..10.1, ....)   10,1.11. «'-.TTO.-viatfCvvjr^ifWtvii'ra.-Mift
^-r^r«-»i»»3tt»BV»v»-etfffa:m,vjci«>i,:v^.'»ri«,i;'.''''i».,--VJ'" ■_'.«■
VjMi*«ni«v*i'.:.f,'VA..
iMnuMWuni "^ jh
PORKER STONE HAS BEEN LAID.
fhe First Work Tcwftrds Con-
structing the How Hospital,
*&3ft 'v..."Vfli?*
.-'-•-     •■   ■ »«iS9SsasSfi    POUT   STEELE   MINING
i Cull
Ih
•Mate, in all the const
.- as uiilil as thai of A n
The movement whioh has been j as ii nul Britain and 1I'oland, mul
en fool for soini- linn'in the in- within ii trillo ns big us Maine,
teres| of building a hospital in;Now Hampshire, Vermont,Mass
Port Steelo, has finally culmin-1 aehuselts. Rhode Island, Con
ated in the selection of a site, uecticiit, New York, New Jersey,
and purchase ot lumber for that [Pennsylvania, Delaware, Man
institution, fho site is n grand;land, Virginia Norlli Carolina,
one for such a purpose. Situated South Ciirolinii unit Georgia nil
on a plateau, just back of town, jeombiued, ll is a land of glacier-
overlooking tho pjctiit'estpioi crowned inoniitaiiis, crtil val-
Wild Horse. When completed)leys
the hospital will bd put inehavg
of competent attendants, and a
'proper care will be '.alien of pi
[tents.
1 Al 12:811 lnsl  Tin ,dn;  ihi oo
nerstoti   ol  I      new  \ ictor
Diamond
(aid.   Quiti   i ■ n in
peopli ivl-oare intei si A
isiiiTi'-s . ' liospila
preseiil     il    R. 1.1 Galbi
siiiiiii lh   "'■ int. i     :.   .-'
ing, m ,i ■ iv remarks,   ■ ■  .
by introil    n    :
placed tin  -   ■•    •   i':    '• m
delivered  an el .., ici    ...'.   ■
dwelling largely   ip  i   hi   o
felt want, lhat the bni I n    ■
the hospital *   ild     I anil
mention ■■■. thi      t thatl
Fort Stee    oui   tie dintriot i
large,'wouid  - benefittedby i
completion.   Dr. Wai
plained the plan of consl
and concludi d his rami
itfeoling appeal to thosi  | .
to do all in their power to a
the good cause
Br. Neville Lindsay who mil I
short talk which was inti r
(ind effective,   Dr. Lindsaj  w
followed by Mr  P. .1.  Harve;
and W, li, ltoss, lifter  whii
'.'God Save tlio tx!ueen'' was -1
by all present and theeerempni
were closed.
b fi finnan a ml! h.g.parsons.   -
"•'• P      m      wu  wH\;> !'-•* "'i Hp   IJn'-il   t fi s o. s. nteo
■'.-   Ma     Wa       *l| I 'pA    A4'Ai'Zt = -.'      '  '     ■ |!n.a.i„',ii
■ft   oaS    m&u    i'Vi.vi!-..! VbSi! ^SSB     wwH -jfe a fi n, e, Sraiui
m
ASSOCIATION.
I'lPnlilOlH.
WHOLESALE     LIQUOR     MERCHANT.
Golden  It, C,
MLming I
Real Est
rl T £*
and
Coinniiss
1 ( "'■ '' 1
AGENTS   FOll
ss per, S.l
Slate of California " lo Now York.
agents.
: -C. | ||
III
w eh
ki
m
$1 » -
|| S A Consignment otinNEST SCOTCH WiliSh'I'lVS direct I
i|j| from The Distilleries ol Messr's Win. Teacher & Sons, $
9\'i Glasgow, Scotland, Ni B. $
i*1'* And Mi    v'v D. Mitokiniion Ut Co, Glasgow, Sdoljiiud, '■
I'l, C, Smiiti.
.'   IP, VninM.li.
Situveiiir-j
—'»-..•    ■ ■
Tlio mmlnr
will bo Mil un
cu-ty nMHiih,
tlflOtttlfJS  l>r tUb IIKH0i'jil.|!01)
tin' m mid iinifiiituMiiy iij
jV.lll  |inssiiili. Information   "III lm lurnlsli..
'vf  I'll   Iiy   llm   Assiii-iiu Inn, ilium ,i|i|iliiiutliill to
Flirt stiniin n.e,
"."  -ji
-I*'*    }
ion   of   Scotch   *
***
Ioront
a ndoni
"k
1
8
*..
V
4
••■■• (
iii'l'S   tlltiilt.AND   ri.'I'i.M   is   pei'|;'(tlol
iy. .ii, evinced by the liiiitioiiso;domaiid from India,
ipnnul,-, of  nu, su-,  io ari'ho direct  ftom
0. I'' Vi'imslii.   Sur.
■ ll ''I., .- ii.   S'.iri'inl inio-  li
!
-v'-^i'.i"- ■ »9ssss«ssses
." Ue:
\>\>.       ii     ■ ■     V;\\,
ml
.....
Victoria Assay Office
and
Metallurgical Work^
28'Broad Street Victoria B. C.
Professional.
Hush Watt,M.D.,CM,
,'./. 0, P. S., Ontario and Pril'tsh
t'olnmliia.
i..vnv of -run  noYAt, pAiuiion,
IlllSI'l imi .
Fort Steele, Tl. C.
THOMAS   Mo y IT TIB,,'
p.L,*S. c« C.B.
Fort Steele I3,C,
IL L. CUMMINS,
P. U.S. ,f C.E,
Fort Steelo B.C.
W. Ro ROSS
NOTARY      PUBLIC.
COHVBVANCER,
Fort Sice',; P.  0.
iHl'liillllTOK
1~^
V 3
4M1
#*(» O O
A' :^
v-ar
X iV VL -~4i
41.011. ti'oi.n & SlI.VJSIl 11.60,
41,00, Lead ,v Hilvkb +1.50.
S2.QQ, Comi, Slt.VEH & Coprpp     $3.0j|.
Olli-vr Mcl-.Jv   on   Anplicntipn,
Mill tests up to HI tons.
Cliynidp tests tip lo 2 tons.
Clitorlimtion tests up tp 2 tons.
1 'nivck .il ore up lo '_'■', Inns siunpled.
fn all liases i'v!.-li mu.-t be remitted witli o.n'ler, nml charges i.i tiniiiipfirl paid.
Al.l,   SAMPLES  PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  TO,   AND   [tElPURNED
WITTT  DISPATCH
"WATER, WATER!    EVERYWHERE,"
But the Inhabitants of Steele Must |l'
Drink Beor or (Jo Thirutj
pies,  pan
I chose tin) t." 1!
paid fur nil dc
chin
ory,   niitlil
und  roads,   P
About 7  or  8 weeks ago a ',
(novoniunt. was .started to build 111,
, ,   hasamonlhly pay-roll 01 «»,-
tvater-woi'KS' plant,   to  supply   ■,' ..—, „, -     t-.-1
'    , .,    ,      '., .,,  '    1 OD0, has pan   Wia.000 hi divid-
Fort Stoole residonts with thai 1 ,    ..,. ,
1     ,. . ,,.   .,  ,,.     ,,      ends iimd has ueariy bUi,iiiiti,uuu
very linni.'licial I1111.111I. Siucotnen    , ,
„'.,,.,,, ■,  ,   ot  1 re  sloped oul nu.I mi its
Ihn  inhabitants   have   wailed.   , ■-,-,,,
,    1 ,, ,.,,      .,.        ,,,,      .(limp-,, '.'.iiiini'-;' lor   o.lli'i'  snip-
And they aro still wiulinf.'. llu'.v    . ,  ,. ,
,'     ,,',,,        1.1     1        ping and smeltms facilities.    A
hnvo bi'i'H lliirsly, ami llii'v liiiv'l',      ,    , .   ,,   c,,
,    ,     „.,  , ,       ,        ,     ,. doad-broKo prospector in the blo-
dranlt.   What they liave drnuli ,'.     ,    ,     ,,
, .   ,, , ,, .        , can recently found n bowlder 111
we linow not. Ilul this wc Itnow, ■,,,,•
,,,,,. ,,.   .      . ,,„,,, hi i'i'''''!'' botl ihal yielded I ■
thai lhis poor sulli'rui;.' inhabit-
Zqi A "■ )SITE THE STEELE HOUSE^
PRICES TO SUIT EVEIiyBODV |
Mrs.   L/evett    Prop. 3
• ■jra
iiiiiHijiiayiiiuiiiiiatiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
"hii'i ounces o|
nonnds of loai
cer
jiuco of Port Steelo should bo
Furnished with some moans ot   .
.,,    ,,         ins,   ii .siioiiiiii"
securing water wiiltout having '
,      i   i   t   r       two or throe vm
to use Iho niiid and slni-.li  from •
,,    ,.   ,        ,,.         ,,     i    ,   Imuli' aci epl u
lho Kuoli'ii',1" liiti'i', niter haul-,    ■ ; ...
ing il up n liOfl foot hill,     .iinni        , ,"    ' '
t(ino building has been going on "     '   , .
rapidly, stores aro nil   heavily j '
stocked   wilh   inercluindi u    o    '' ,',
every description, and no < li - • ■
lo gol insurance, or sootire pro
tootlon against lire. And slill tin     '' •'
Wnler Committee in silent, and
the inhabitants live in hopes,
A VIVID DESCRIPTION.        '."'i'. ,., ■ '', ' .
■hi ,1. ii'ir-
on-lteoper,
ii,  grumb-
iiting -tompi
ni
is ii
nt
:' 10,000 Shares now orfrereti
at 121-2 cents per share.
ma <f be sent tu the Secre-
npsta.
;,  •;■ h must accompanY tip-
n
jj 11
Col. Pal Donan, oiiool thc.b sl
known  newspaper  men in 11
Northwest, in an ihtoi view  witl
n Globo-Democrnl repoi ter, li
this to say of-the Kootonny conn
try:
"J have just oomi   tn    onooi
the "X."..  World's U'ue v   ndei
lands, with a ' ig big
in the bottle,   a I .'lehoval
simile signaturi   on i '-
Oli. yes. 1  k iov    ivondei
are as common   in I'ltilr       .
siHiinici' resort literal
ramiises n-rnl disn p il I
orskites    in   the   di.
United  Statos Senate.     E
little one-horse region thai ha]
pens to have a few topographical
warts or wens on its face, ono or
two exaggerated molehills like
Mount Washington, n duelr-pud
die like Minnetbnka, o hole in
the ground like Mammoth Cave,
or a half dozen mini Sfpui'ts like]
the Yellowstone geyseivs,   Hood  !
creation with gorgeous advor
tiseiiieiits of itself as a 'wonder
land,' a 'garden of lh" gods,' or
some other .such hil'ulufm hum
bug. llnl I0,f)00 of thorn, nil
rolled Into one, would dwindle to
nothingness compared wilh the
realm of crystallized fairy yarns
1 have roi lly  wandored over. |
•"ll is the Koolenuy region of
Hrilisli Ciiliiiiiiiiii, Nol one in n j
hundred of the so-called greal'
'jiniiii.ilivi'i  ,ni,i   miij Mini '' i'l
■ ;    ip Ma\w St or
General Mc 'chandise.    All new goods.
..'       dc, .'Large and CiOihpleto stock.
\i ui,'.-; t'uh' BUSINESS,
tm.PiN & LINDSAY,
. , .,,-.-, -, 'IF  you want   the  prime
. U. i' i
I    DA'li; V   PRODUCE,
MONTANA.!   \ji ,,,!-,,;,',„„ ,,'imlc on factory
or in Confootii
Hit,   ..:,!.;.  iv".,   iVC.
Cigars & Toliacco.
POR   SALE,
principles.   Cotno to
Mr. T, pWIGK,
Porl Steele B.C.
nl eiillilllio
ANSON,
Vn-.i. li. c
Appll
SUtlSCRIDlt.
ITU' BREWERY S/vU
IIM.IHPKI.O, MOHTAH/l.
*»a "tit-
3ell8 (Inly tlio Eiuost Liquors and
Ci;$ars,
':   The I'liniccsl Delicneiesof the
I lilnsterii Markets Served as Litii-
Ches al  Hie  llnr, or in Private
llooins.
iLMULAHnOROS,,   PROPRIETORS.
C. !■'. YI'/SOSTA
E. A. El.TON
X. A.W'AI.l.lNCIvl!
1/
i Do 1A
Mining   Brokers, Commission and
Real Estate Agents,
London, New York, Chicago, St Paul.
Montreal and Toronto,
Options Carried and Mining Heals Consummated,
John Campbsll,
SAHIHSTER, SOLieftfOB ETC.
Olliee, Biyurside Avenue
Fort Steele, B.C.
THOMAS   McNAUtnrT
Misnimg Broker,
Psnas-sctal Agent.
CONVlvV.tNCllll -tMl NOTARY I'l'lll.IC.
Reiirosehtlng Tlie Alberta nml Koot-
(tnny Dovolnpmoht Cumptiiiy Ltd, nml
Tlm Qolilon und Vort Steele Dnvolop-
meiill'i;'.,;':'.'-.'.' Ltd,
JOHN A. MOODY,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
ASD   ONTARIO.
MACHINE  SHOP
i-Y-Oi
m
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
rPAOTURERS OP
Sash & Doors,
louitlinris,
Nawsl Posts,
Balusters,
Handrails & Brackots,
prepared to ropair Kiigines,Hoilora
Mines And Mining
Stock Agent,
Owners ot First Oluas Milling Proper-;
ties and wishing lo sell or stork.
write me ('i'll pakticl'i.ars
London'.     —    —    Ontario.
NOTICB,
mm & PROSPECTORS who
have claims to sell or develop
could not do better than consult,
Thomas McNaught,
MINING BROKER.
FORT STEELE, I). C.
H. K. WALTON
ASSAY OFFICE,
Fort Stoele, B. 0,
Hold, Silvor, Lead &c, al prices
lo suit tlio times.
Alt worh done in duplicate.
FORT STEELE,
A S S A Y   0 V V IC E .
Fort Stoolo B.C.
Our MACHINE SH(
and all hinds of Mil
Wo have ou hand, nil sizes ot Pipe and Brass Steam 1'iitin,.
For Sale, a three Stamp Quartz Mill, Frasier & Chalmers       |Oold,   Silver,    Coppor,    Lend
make,
UEBT
GOLDEN, G.C,
■A*
^ tc~.J**©
Travellers, to and Ironi
Posrt Steele & 'Kalispell,
Will find tho best of aoccrflitiotiations at
"I Er,
" rT"!H
;.
L/X,   .1
Kalispell Montana.
rop.
Etc, at prices to suit the times,
A trial respectfully solicited.
All work  will  rocoivo proinpi
attention.
Joe Taenhauscr.
WATCHMAKER   And
JEWELLER,
DIAMOND   SETTING
1 And ENGRAVING.
Riverside Avenue,
Fort Steele, B.C,
P   BO SEN,
CON'ntACTOU
and IIIJILDKIt.
Port Steele,
•   B. C.
F o i- Sale,
An Amalgamator hi good worlt-
iiif? order.   Can be used on
Milling Quartz. Apply to
THOMAS McNAUGHT,
Mining Broker, ■   • F»rl Steele,
iHH

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