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FORT    STEELE    SATURDAY
MAROH      7 th    1806
No.M,
SEASONABLE    ADVICE.
We notice just now a lot of rot in the Eastern
papers all pertaining to mining and all more or
less in the form of advice to investors, All the
different methods of swindling the publio are
here duplicated in colors,showing how the smooth ,
mining promotor oomes with his pockets well filled; he wines and .dines his viotimstfie has highly
oolored maps,reports and assays of his great min
ing property; olaims.it to be a seoond Anaconda,
and forthwith begins to dispose of the shares in
a duly incorporated company. He may have one of   ',
the best mining propertiea-in the Weat, and. agaiif.
he may not, but if the would be speculator ia       )
foolish enough to put up his money on auoh bare   j
statements, why, all we have to 3ay, he might      .
have parted with it to those who would riot have
done as muoh good with it. As a rule the mining   ;
promotor at least keeps it in general circulation-
If people put their money into a mining soheme
without a personal inspection of the property
they are purchasing, they are Toing it blind,and
deserve but little consideration from anyone.
Would a man purchase a mercantile business, of    '.
any kind.without first making.'a close inspection^
Then why should he put money into a mining ven-  1
ture without doing the same? When money is exoen-f
ded In legitimate mining enterprise's it invarihljj
pays greater returns than any other kind of invert
tment.    There are still Innumerable opportunities;
in B.C. to invest,and that safely with every as
surety of making handsome returns,but it should
be done in a business like manner.  Ho mining
property should be purohased without first proper'
ly examining it, and if you are so unfortunate     !
as to not know the difference between a pieoe of
quartz and a brick, the proper thing to do is to
employ a competent mining expert, to advise you,
When this Is carried  iut there       need be no
failures recorded, No truer words wore ever uttered than
" A verdant tender foot  Is born.*very
seoond" and we mi :ht add " lione of them ever die
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PROSPERITY.
We believe that the coming yearwill be .'the most
- prosperous, experienced in tht'S'd'i'&trU'dlii'Tfcere is
| every Indication of Intense activity in the mining industry',and therefore a vast amount of the
very essence of prosperity,is 'likely to be dissert
inated among the people. New strikes are reportedi
'•and in every direction development work is being
vlgorusly prosecuted, Tho attention of Capital
1b being gradually but surely attracted,and oon-
fidenoe and hope Is being instilled Into the
minds of all classes, People on the outside,generally seem to realize thai this distriot 1a on
the eve of a migiity mining development,apd. we
believe that the season of 1300 frill mark the
begining of the greatest ore prortuolngpra that
this distriot ever know, We believe that the peo-
pje:'of Fort Steele have, much occasion for looking forward with hope and assurance.  The olouds
of adversity are rapidly dissolving,and the light
of prosperity begins to rift the darknessiand the
new year oomes laden with f""1 »■•"»-"» =** *"*rrS -
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'     WHAT   WE   WANT,
flhat we do not want la a "Boem" where the few
reap a rioh harvest, and many are beggard. We wan|
the careful, conservative investor,the man who      j
looks oarefully at what he buys,and gets value
received for what he invests. We want Capital for
our mines and our proporty; but we want the kind
of Capital that opens up only what is worth working, and that operates mines for the ore they
produce,and the ventures they bring. This is safe
legitimate and permanent,it will benefit the Vhol
distriot,and inorease in time,
THE    HEW   DISCOVERY,
A   Doctor in New York has photographed his own
brain, now it would be in order to act upon the
suggestion of our local     J.P. and try and photograph a mans " Turn - Turn." and we can dispense
With lawyers, Kumtux',
THOUGHTFUL,
The Hon,the Minister of Education, has sent to
i Chairman Galbraith,of the School Trustees,
for, the use of the Public School,a copy of Soaip'r
Synnptioal Chart,also a new map of B.C. for which
he Will kindly aooept the Trustees thanks.  In his
report, the Minister speaks as having found the
Sohool in excellent condition.
THE    ROGER'S   FARM.
Judge, Cornwall,has accepted R.L.T.Galbralth's
tender for this farm, and it Is now offered for
lease for a term of years. With the Windermere
farm adjoining this makes one of the largest and
most desireable properties in East    Kootenay,and
is in one of the best localities In the Provinoe
for hunting and fishing.
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COURT    PROCEEDINGS,
Before M.Phillipps,S.M. and T.McVittie,J.P.
One of our old pioneers,was up and made his bow
before their worships,and got two weeks,for looking at the "Wine when it is red".
Star putting a bottle of Skookum Chuck,in a place
where a White Siwaeh got it; Constable Barnes,
laid a oharge against a ri»an,but the evldenoe war,
not sufficient to oonvlct. However the Constable
deserves the thanks of the oommunity for trying
to stop the praotloe ,and should have the support
of the oommunity in doing his duty.
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M.Phillipps S.M. has returned to Tobaoco
plains,on Tuesday .having got through with his
official duties. He will bo with ua again about
the middle of the month,
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Mr,Arnold.has formed a partnership with 11 .A.Wallinger,and they will shortly oommenoe dairying Ii
Westport,
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THE   PUBLIC    SCHOOL.
There are now attending the' Sohool,fourteen pupils
and they are making satisfactory progress, Parents
and those interested lneduoation are requested
to visit the Sohool and see the work that Is be
ing done.
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THE   'P R 0 S P EC T 0  R.
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IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY,  BY THE PROSPECTOR Co.
A.B.Grace, Manager,
SUBSCRIPTIONS, 3..50.
PER ANNUM
ALL COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTS T9 THE PROSPECTOR
Co.    FORT STEELE,B.O,
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PROFESSIONAL.
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Chas.Maolean.
Thomas.MoVittie.
H.L.Cummins,
W.J.Rooke.Cowell.
N.Arnold.Wallinger.
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Physician    5-.    Surgeon.
P.L.S.  ft C.E.
P.L.S.  k C.E.
M.A.     B.Sc.      F.G.S.
Metallurgist  k Assayer,
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FORT STEELE MINING  ASSOCIATION..
R.L.T.Galbraith. President.
O.S.Frizzell. Vice
N. A. Wallinger. ^1
Robert .Dempaey. ,,     ',,       ,,    ,,
Wm.Carlin. Treasurer.
Thomas.McVittie. Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
John.Grassiok.       A.B.Grace, H.W.Barnes,
All possible information, will  be furni'shert by
the Association, upon application to
•   Thomas.McVittie ,Seo,Fort Steele B.C.
The next regular meeting of the  Association,will
be held on Saturday the 7th of Maroh,
THE    PROPOSED    TAX.
The output of mines is proposed to be taxed', Two
per oent,on the assessed value of the gross output of suoh mine,that is to say'.on the assessed
value of all ore or mineral-bearing substances
raised,gotten,or gained from any lands in the
Province,suoh value to be aassessed and determin
ed upon suoh output as it lies on the mining
premises. This tax is to be payable monthly.
We would like to know what our law-makers
propose doing,and where they intend to stop.
At present,our mining industry needs fostering,
not oppression,It needs all the  care and attention that the Government oan give it,so as,to
enable it to grow and assume the proportions that
will enable It to become the largest revenue
producing industry in the Province. Miners and
Prospeotors pay more taxes "in proportion"than
any other class of business,  and the eonstant
adding to the already over taxed mines,should be
stopped. Give the mine owner a chance to clevel-
ope his or their mines.let outside Capital see
that there is a show to develope mines without
being crowded with undue taxation as soon as they
have a few tons of ore on the dump.  Why not wait
and see If the mine is a producer,or is paying a
dividend,before plaocing an another burden upon
them.for it 1b possible that a small amount of
ore might remain on the dump an .
indefinate time,before the mine becomes a pi'oduo*»
Ing mine. With the right kind of legislation an to
our mines for the next five years,we can,and will
be inoonditlon to pay all proper and  Just revenues to the Government.  But dont strangle this
infant Industry by unju3t taxea.wait until 1t is
able to protect Itao-Tf, and our mines will  then
pay more than any 6ther industry,in revenues to
the Government,
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SATURDAY     MARC H"   7th 1896.
SOME OF OUR MINES.
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Port Steele in a f0W yeara time judging from the
promising mineral looatlona in the vicinity ought
to booome a flourishing mining centre, very few
people realize the number and value of the numerous gold quartz and placer properties which lay
witihln a radius of ten miles, Up Wild Horse oreek
of oourse,is the most important mineral bearing
region of this looality ,and any one looking at a
map of this section of oountry would be astonished'at the number of.locations,and how they are
distributed on ea'ohside of the main creek and
up .its numerous tributaries and branches. Starting from Fort Steele and following up the bank
ofjthe Wild Hor3e ,a distance of about two miles
of tolling country is croaaed before reaching the
foot of the mountains .where the Wild Horse passes
through a canon in the first ran/re of foothills.
Right at the mouth of the oanon,  considerable
placer work has been done in the past,and there
islno doubt with the present improved maohlnery
and the additional kno'-'ledge gained by the past
experience^ large extent of this ground would be
found to pay we 11,and n ot only that, but in our
opinion,and many of the old timers think the same.,
there would be every probability of strioklng
old channels with rioh pay s treaks;however we will,'
leave that for the future to decide,and go on up
the creek to those properties that are at present;1
in process of development. Crossing over the
first range of foothills,the formation of whioh     '
is slate and quartzite,and on which there are sev
eral locations of low «rade gold quartz,we oome to
Brewery creek,whioh flow3 into Wild Horse from
the North,and on the East bank,in the angle  formee
by it and the main stream,is the ground being       '
worked at present by the International Placer Co,
of Montana; good pay dirt has been struck and      ';
there is every prospect of it turning put well.on
this property there are four mineral olaims,showing good indications^ gold bearing quartz. A
short distance further.on up the   side of the'main-
3tream,is the Invicta Gold Co's ground whioh is
being worked by an English Company. Opposite to
thi3 ia the Nip & Tuc>,v;hich was lately purohased.
by Foster & Co. and leased to J.M.Buxton of Vancouver, Adjoining this property,the ground is
worked by Chinese Companies,and it is estimated
that 'HO.000.in gold dust was taken out of Wild
Horse last season.On the hill to the North over.
looking the old placer oainp,there are tflo gold
quartz olaims,owned b yD .Griffith & Col .George
Doherty*, It is reported that this property has
been bonded or sold to Chicago parties for TO5.000,
Crossing over to the South bank ,   and proceeding    •
up stream for about half a mile ,we oome to Boulder-^
oreek,on whioh numerous valuable disooverys
were made last year; The original lo oat ion being
the Gold Hill,situate on the right hand, aide of
the East fork of Boulder,the ledge is about 200
feet In width,rising In d series of steps the entire length of the olalm,the lead being exposed on
three sides;it is a Gold bearing quartz,and has
been sampled for 4.000 square feet on the surface,
and the average returns from 30 assays.     .give
•|i3.90. to the ton. The My-Emmie is an extension
to tho South,and the Lizzie an extension to the
North of the Gold hi 11,the lead running through
them both.and is about three feet on the MyEnnie,
and Is quite large on the Lizzie,The Caledonea is
an extension of Gold hill on the East,The Midas an
extension of the Lizzie on the We at,The Patsey
Bolivar Is South of the MyEmmle,with a IB foot
ledge, The International Plaoer Co,have five olaims
WeBt of Gold Hill with eig ht feet of al4ad,all
these olaims have the same oharaoter of gold quartz,
The Boston Oirl,dlreotly aoross the oreek from Gold
hill,has a three foot ledge   '      between solid
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granite walls,the lead oan be traced for 600
feet,assay returns show    $46. in gold and silver. Leaving Boulder oreek, and following the
mountain side South,we oome to the DaMnelles
group,whioh are situate on the South bank of
Wild Horse about 2,000 feet 'a'-ove the ereek,and
and two miles frow the Old plaoer oamp'.a good
trail connects the property with the Wagon road
whioh follows up the North bank of Wild Horse;
the ledge is four feet in width and oan be trao
ed for over 2.000 feet,the oountry rook being
Slate,Porphyry and Granite,considerable1 work
has been done on this property showing "it up to
advantage, one tunnel is in 112 feet,the. ledge
varies from 3 to 6 feet,assay returns. give
160, to '$100.In gold. AVout  1.000 feet further
up the mountain is the Lentz f<roup,oomposed of
the Lillie May,Lentz and and the MoKinlay lodes,
on the Lillie May there is a tunnel 40 feet in
length,the lead is about two feet in width,an
open cut some 50 feet from the tunnel, haa six
feet of quartz,another cut 200 feet from tunnel
hss six feet of quartz,there is a good showing
of ore on this property and assays well in gold.i
Spokane parties have ourohased this property,and]
have a small force at work developing the claims'
A mile further up the main stream,we come
to Wallinger oreek,on which are the Hoodoo and
the Rooky Mountain,on the Rooky Mountain there
Is a shaft 20 feet in depth,the ore being black
. sulphurets, as say ing high in gold and silver.
At the Junotion of the East fork,and the main
Stream,about a mile from the last mentioned
property,we come to the Golden Five, group,there
are four ledges about 300 feet apart,outting the
format ion,whioh is porphyritlc slate,they orop
out for about. .800 feet on the surf ace, cove red
at eaoh end with slides',an open cut .has been run
along the lead showing an ore body of 2 l/2 feet
of black sulphurets,    Follow ing up the East
fork,we oome to the Sweepstakes,Maud S. and the
ManoyHanks,the lead on these olaims Is 400 feet
in width,the ore,Iron Sulphurets carrying gold
and Silverman average of 14 assays give $17.80
to the t on, the country rock is slate on one
side and lime on the other,a small water ditch
has been run from the creek,and the lower por-
plon of the ledge has been washed free of all
debris,exposing the vein for the above distanoe,!
one tunnel is in 15 feet, six cut3 have been       ",
made some 00 feet apart,and are in from 3 to 6   '.
feet,showing solid mineral across the lead,whioh
orosscs the oreek to the Nanoy Hank3,forming the'
bed of the oreek.    Across the mountain to the     !
East, wo find the Neosha and the Hi-ue,with an    |
iron oap 24 feet in width,the ore Galena .assay- |
ing81oz'o in silver and §5 In gold.Last but  ' v
not the least we oome to Victoria gulch,near the'
top of the mountain,!s the Vo3s olaim,whioh was ',
discovered in 1887,and has the honour of being   II
the firot quartz location on the oreek,the ledge
is 60 feet inwidth.and will concentrate 2  ]/2
tons in one,atu*nncl has been run cutting the
ledge,showing a fine body of ore oarrying 20 ozs
in silver,35$     lead,and $3 in gold. Between
this point and the mouth of the guloh,are six
olaims,all having ledges of gold bearing quartz.
How,taking Into oonaideration this vast ahowing
of mineral wealth comprised in suoh a comparatively small area,wlth all the advantagea aocruo
ing from the unrivalled water power whioh la
available,      .with the unlimited supply of timber,There 1 3 no reason to doubt but that In a
very short time we will aee mining carried on
to a large extent, smelters,or stamps mills
ereoted in the vioinlty. To obtain this.it behooves every man who has an interest in these
properties to do his level best towards opening
them,for the Inspection of oapltal. „
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'   'S.AT U R D AY     MAROH    7th 1896.
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Mr,and Mrs, PeRosier,came through from Elk
river on Saturdayiand have taken charge of the
Dining room at'the Dalgardno House,we wish them
Success.
Daniel. MoNeish.came in on the stage from Golden
he will'preside over the bar at the Steele House
0,M.Edwards,and Henry.Broulotte, have gone to
Pish Lakes to round up C.M's cattle.. He will
then turn them over to Measers Suckamith & Rob-
son,who will soon start a meat market in town,
the cattle are 1 n excellent o ondition.
The Rev'dM ,Coooola,0,M,I. returned on Saturday
from Golden, He is looking well after hi3 trip.
He will shortly go to Tobacco Plains,to hold a
mission.
Mr.Wood8,-the bridge f oreman has finished the
repairs at the Canal F lat b ridge, and has gone to
Toby oreek t o put In a b ridge there, He 1 a a
hustler.
Two six horse,and four ,four horse teams came  in
over the new road loaded with supplies and furniture for Mr.DeRosier,The new road is proving
to be one of the most useful in the district,and
did not cost the Government a dollar.
The team of six horses,that H.H.Herrin drove in
from the Plains attracted considerable attention,
Mr.Maooabee,is in from Calgary,trying to purohase
cattle for the West Kootenay market.
J.E,Humphreys,of Wolf oreek,paid the Fort a visit
and remained a few days.he reports the snow nearly all gone in his seotion.
One of our J.Ps. suggests that  the local Gov
ernment supply the court with Prof,Rontgens latest discovery,"the X rays" so that  they can see
tho truth and have it photographed/as he finds it
difficult to know when it is spoken,especially in
Whiskey case,  the idea is good.and quite original
and we trust that the Government will act upon it
Divine Servioe o n Sunday Evening at 7 l/2 Ooloojc
to whioh all are Invited, '
Mr,Galbraith,intend in the near future to dis-
oourse on the "Armenian Massacre".
Dont you har dem bells,
Ley's ringin ebery war. And dont forget the Sooial
danoe and supper on the Evening o f the 13th o f
maroh. The p,roceeda will be devoted to the purehase
of a bell for the Sohool.
This promises to be a season of unusual activity
in this seotion,and will be the greatest,and moat
prosperous field for intelligent mining operations
in British Columbia.
The management
of the Dalgardno House on the 1st of the month.
was,taken by A.Morin.   who is a firat class hotel
man,he will cater to the interests of the publio
in the best manner possible.
The Hon.BenJamin.Pugh, has gone to the landing.
The sleighs are hauling ore as far as MoGinty's. *mgu!F)/Hw*»i"t;t „ii,i1;%;i,i.iiniii)   , n >m »   il<M
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THE    PROSPECT    OR,
CARLIN    &   DURICK.
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE
AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER COMPANY.
MINING    SUPPLIES.
AGENTS FOR SLATER k SONS CELEBRATED SHOES.
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Navigation and
UPPER    COLUMBIA
Tramway Co.
EXPRESS THROUGH RATE 10$  PER POUND.
FREIGHT,  GOLDEN TO FORT STEELE.
Class,A 43.00
Class,B ^2.50.
Class,   0 '$2.00.
Class, D  $1.5C
T.H.B.Coohrane,Pres.       F.P.Armstrong,Manager.
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THE    STEELE   HOUSE.
THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN FORT STEELE.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR  COMMERCIAL MEN.
Chas, Levett.  Prop.
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C  0 W E L L   &    WALLINGER.
ASSAY ERS    &    METALLURGISTS.
FORT    STEELE    B.O,
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HORSE    SHOEING    A    SPECIALTY.
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SATURDAY    MARCH 7th 1896.
THE    A M E R I C A N ' S T 0 R E.
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE.
GIANT    POWDER,  MINING    SUPPLIES    k   HARDWARE,
; ,,GROCERIES    &   PROVISIONS.
B.W.J ONES.
Fort Steele B.C. .. Jennings Montana,
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THE UPPER KOOTENAY NAVIGATION COMPANY.
STEAMER ANNERLY,
JENNINGS,MONTANA TO FORT STEELE B.C.
FOR EXPRESS, AND FREIGHT RATES , APPLY TO
B. W. J Q N E S.
Jennings Montana.
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DALGARDNO   HOUSE.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE IN STEELE.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK.
A, M 0 R I N, Prop, Fort Steele B.O.   ■
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Fort    Steele    B.C.
GOOD    ENOUGH    FOR   MOST   ANYBODY.    ,
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T II E    MISSION    STORE,
G E H E R A L    MERCHANDISE.
THE   HIGHEST
CASH' PRICE
PAID FOR PURS.    '
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Everything   neat   and    olean.
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