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HRI   STEELE, SATURDAY
MINERAL   GEOLOGY.
Before taking into consideration the metalliferous ores,it would be advisable, perhaps, to have
some idea as to their manner with regard to the
geologioal structure; A true mineral vein con-   .
sists of one or more minerals deposited within
a fissure"of the earths orust, the hounding sur-<
faoes of suoh a vein are termed walls; where
inolined, the uppermost is known as the hanging,
and the lower, the lying or foot wall. A vein
may ooinoide with a line of fault or of Joint,on
it may run quite independently of any other atru|:
tural division, but in all cases it is indepen- U
dent of the ftedding of the country rock.Cases      j;
occur among crystalline rooka,however,and still
more frequently among limestones,where the Intro*
duotion of mineral matter has taken place along *
gently inolined or even horizontal planes, and
veins then lQok like stratified leads. True mit>j
eral veins are in no respeot to be confounded
with veins injected-in a moulten condition from j
the interior of the earth,although they are I
oommonly most frequent , and most metalliferous j I
in districts when* these eruptive rooks are abun-f
dant. The breadth of a mineral vein varies from a
a mere film to gigantic-walls of 100 feet or       |
more in width,the simplest example being the
stringers of quartz or ealcite so often found
among the more anoient rooks,The non metallifer-j
ous minerals, are known as gangue or vein stones}
the oommonest being Quartz,Calcite and Barytes,
the ore contained by   .these veinstones being
generly in the form of Oxides,Carbonates,Sulphides, Chlorides,SlUioates and their combinations.
It has been ascertained that veins are not always
formed at one single operation,but that the fia-
sure has remained open,and received a seoond,
and sometimes a third layer on each wail un til
the whole is filled up,or drussps lined with
crystals are left,With regard to the Intrusive
veins which must not be confounded with the true)
mineral vein,one series of them is crystalline
in structure,this series includes most of the
eruptive rooks,of whioh Granite,Syenite.Quartz-
porphyry ,Dlorylte and Quartz-trachyte are the
most oommon,these are not ore bearing rooks,
altho gold has bewn detected in some of them;
But it la among the eruptive masses that the
true mineral veins are more often found,and It
is the knowledge of thds fact that probably givejf
riae to- the       'extraordinary opinion held by a
good many proapeotors and miners, that no mineral veins are to be found in limestones,this isj
of oourae obviously wrong,and the sooner the
prospector forget It,the better for the prospector and the country.
-Ill I I I l-i.I I III III 1-1 +
London, Jan, IS th. A movement la on foot among
prominent Americans and Britons, in this city;
to bring about the formation of a permanent eourj;',
of arbitration to settle disputes between the
»EBRUARY   1st,    1898.No 13,   \
PICK. PAN   AND   SHOVEL. i
■l'i-H 11-11 II i'l : li'i'K--H-i-*-l-
yfe learn that our President R.L.T.Galbraith, has
been offered ,and will probably will accept,A Vice
Presidency in the N.W.Mining Association of Spokan
Wash, This society, recently formed, has for its
objeot the fostering and elevating of the business
of mining, also bringing unto the notice of mining
men, the Importance of the work undertaken by the
Assoolation; whioh commends Itself to the attention of all those interested In mining.   The annual meeting of the association will be held in
Spokane on the Snd of October next, when we trust
that the Port Steele Mining Association will be
repreaented by its President and Secretary. The
offioers of the N.W.Miring Association, are all
|well known mining men. O.B.Dennis, is President.
L.K.Armstrong,Secretary, and the executive commit
tee consists of P,Clark.C-,Fishbaok,J,A.Finch,and
others who stand high as «"ucoessful business and
mining men,and these namej -are a sufficient guarantee that the business of the association will
be conducted on a strictly business basis.
I-H'H-H H'H'HI'I'I'MH'I I H-
THE   EVOLUTION    OP   MIND.
The, Hon,Colonel,Baker.Minister of Eduoatlon has
sent to the Secretary of the Publio School, a
oopy of his address delivered on the 6th of Jan.
(before the Teachers Institute at Vancouver, it is
'needless to say that it was a'masterly effort,in
the presentation of an exhaustive and highly instructive lecture on the above subjeot.
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COMPLIMENTARY. : .;
We take pleasure In giving publicity to the following extraot from a letter,from Dr.Pppe. the
superintendent of eeducation, speaking of our
Public School .and its Teacher. He says. Your
report for December is very satisfactory, and
Judging from the attendence during the past mo
Youmuat have eueoeeded in making the School
House, or rather the school very attractive.
nth,
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.METAL   QUOTATIONS.
Silver, 07 1/2$.    Copper, % 10.   Lead,
.90.
If you want a map of the North Star, and
Sullivan Group of mines. Send address, and 5(|i
stamps to the Prospector Co.Port Steele B.C.
THE WEEKLT MAIL.
What 1 s the matter with our weekly mall; we un
stand that the Post Master has been notified b
the department, to make preparations for a vee
mail, sorvloe oommenoing Jan,16th 1896. Then w
are informed that the weekly service wont oomcn
oe until Feb 14th Just one month behind time.
something Is radically wrong, where is it,and
wfte who is It that is wrong.
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SWBCBtW  FOR THE PROSPECTOR.    % 1.60 per Annual. PROSPECTOR,
"M 'i-i'i'i'i' "i- ■ i • e-
^   IS    PUBLISHED    ,'EEKLY    BY    TliE    BRPSP'.'.O'fOR    Co,
, A.R .(liwee, Manage".
Sl'BSCRTPTIOrs', -tl.Sfi, PER ANNUM.
THE.P^OSPECTUK
ALL C^AUUNTiVfflO^P, DipftOted to THE PROSPECTOR.
S>rt Steele,  R, J,
PROFESSIONAL.
Chas. Maclean. Physician and Surgeon,
Thomas, McVittie ,
H.-L.^umnins.
V.'.J.Rooke.Cpwell,
11.Ami Id.Wallinger.
P.L.S. A C.E.
P.L.S.  % 0,E,
M.A.      3.c'c. E.G.S.
Metallurgist & Assayer
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PORT STEELE MINING ASSOCIATION.
R.L.T.frHi'.r..! th. President.
O.'.FrisneU. Vloe    ,,      ,,
R.D.iiather. ■,    M      ,,       ,,
H.W.Barnes, ,,       ,,       ,,
Wm.Carlin. Treasurer.
Thomas. McVittie, Seoretarv,
All rionsl'-If information '-'.'ill be furnished by
the ,\33oc1ii' i"', upon anplloation to
TiouuiB. Mevittie,Sen,Fort) Steele,B.C.
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.i G T I C E.
NOTICE is nerchy riven,  that application -//ill be
made by th" MUTT3H COLUMBIA SO'JTHEhN RAILWAY
COMPANY,   io the LEGISLATIVE of the PROVISOS of
BRITISH C0L0.13IA, at   Its next session; for an
act "KtPndinT the t Imp within ♦• -which the Company ituy oorrpln,-1 I ts itndertakinrj.
Da( cd,i1fte, 1 -th,A,T'. Vc'Jb.    J. A, Oeer.il.Secretary
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HOTIT IS!-i"-lE3Y 1TVEN, Tta. application .will be
mane to the iJ'TISLATTVB ASSEMBLY of the PROVINCE
of BRITISh COLOMBIA .at its rr-xt   session; for an
curt to incorporate -.-> company i'o.r t>e ourpose of
wistruct In^oporat In/ and working deep tunnels,
drifts,or shafts for lhe  f.urpose oV explorir-
for, discovering, worhirrs, getting, aocjirim; and
rpoovpnna minerals situate in blind veins ledges,
or lodes in the Districts Qf East   % 'Vest Kootenay
Yal" and Cariboo,in the.  Province of ^rHish
Columbia. *nd for entering Upon and aoqui rin*
Ian Is for suoh purposes', an-1 ftjr collecting tolls
for the L:s.:- of such tunnels or workings by any
-othc•■ persons or eomrcaniPS enpaKed'tn mining,  and
for „ ■•"i.i: i-i n■■; s
may ■ ■ r ■ 'oanar
with -oc'<: o th-T
inc.' tent ?, is r.,j.
or "n - luolve
objects or- o
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to t
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r. i/ater power's o.r  nrlvile^ga as
'" convenient therefor,toother
•".vers  or pr«i\»i.lf»ses, rights or-
• ■? necessary for or 'Incidental
r k-11 riinmeHit of th^ iVj^e^oin'-"
of thee,
A. i'.'i .o?o>tt«pvs, A: sl'l.iani .
TAX WCTK
HOTTCR T.
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;, moTiir.F^ division of east kootenay.
KErJ .':■■'.'    I TEN i  That  in aocwdanco With
t. •■ , Revenue   Tax. and all other taxes
I'/:  the Assessment act, aye now due for
IbOO.anl pay-able -il my  ol'floe in Fort
f paid on or before Jure JOth 1996.
of ..r,e ]•':• cent on real property,
i r '^p-M on asses9Q4.value of Wild
i-tMrd oP one ppr cnt on personal pr-op-
p^id after Jure 30th 1890.
' r   <\nn   r-f<)-
?nt
rciiil property,Two&
r -""(, .)p. nssrsaed value of wild land,
one :'fr cont on pwr.ona-3 property,
Revenue Tax,of i)'' for ewry male person over 10
years of age. All persons who are in arrears of
taxec d ue up to 31st Doo. 1895 are requested to
pay the same,or costs will be Inourrrd at an
learly date.   c.M.Edwards .Collector & Auaessor.
iSouU-rn Division of fojit Koqtentw p^tmnt..
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THE LAST SAD RITES.
On Saturday last, the remains of the late Miss.
Margaret,Bell, were removed from the residence qf
Dri.Maolean   to the School Room; vhere the solemn
and beautiful service of the Episcopal Church was
read by Mr.Qalbraith, who delivered, a short discourse' taking for his subject "The Resurreotion,"
Several appropriate Lymes were sang, after which,
the oorte^e wended Its way to the grave-yard,
where the religious service's were ooncluded., as
the body was being removed from tho School Room,
Miss.Bailey, played "the Dead March in'Saul," The
coffin was covered with flowers, a beautiful cros
from the Sisters of Charity,and a splendid wreath
fpGJH Miss.Bailey and others, were placed on the
coffin. The pall-bearers were Messers,Lanfj:ley,
Scott. Farnuarhson, Willmot, Little and Clark.The
funeral arrangments were under the management of
Mr,James.Scott.undertaker,   The funeral was one
of the largest ever seen in Fort Steele,' -. \i >,
testifying to a very great extent,the esteem the
young Lady was held in, by the residents of ",
Foft Steele. ■• ,
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Divine Service at the School Room next Sunday
Evening at 7 1/8 Ooipek, Subject selected for
the discourse, "Shall we know each other there",
■ii'i-i-i ■;: i'.i'H-i 11; in i i-i
A very lar-pse congregation listened to Mr.Gal-
braith\s discourse last Sunday evening, on the
Authenticity of the Bible, not a vaoirt chair
waj in the; room", testifying to the very c;reat
•Interest the people tak" in these discourses by
(ft tit endues.
1 n-f-r-i-T-H-M ■l",-i-H'.|-X'i-'.-l  I'i 'i'l l.l-t-1'
; WHAT THEY THINK OF yg  U V.W YORK,
[We have {been permitted to copy the following extract from a letter recently written to Mrs.J.T,
Galbraith, by a.lady friend of hers,  a Mrs L.D,
eelye, wife of Customs 3olleotor Seelye, who for
nanv years resided at Iranbrooke.
S he S ay' s',
What changes for Kootenay? Thos? paper
th'.u you ,?ent,tell so much of the progress In
different parts of the oountry, especially Fort
Steele. Mr.Oraco must be quite a peniUs, those
pen and Ink sketches are cleverly done, the map
of Wild Horse Creek instructive, c.l together the
Prospector, 1s a crp.-iit to the planp -?howlnrj much
progress a^d enterprise.
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!'' OR   SAL ;'.
Mr,Galbraith, hasbepn instructed bj Mr,P.O.Ldird
to offer for sale, the Boiler,En.'{1nc,Pumps and
other Mining Machinery now at the laird Claim   ati
Wild liorae Creek.The muchinery la flr^t elaas in
every respect, and is Just what lv. wanted  for        ■
testing deep ground, any injfermatlon will be frlvexl
by l,ir.Jennings ur Mr .Galbraith, The whole
outfit v/ill he sold at a retisonhMe figure, '
*•*■ *ht\ 'I'i H-H-I'U4'<"I"I  H
A HQV8. RACE.
The ice on the river is in »« good condition for ;
skating, and many have      • Irtlulged
themselves to the fullpfit extenti But now there     i
seems to be a diversity of opinions aa to who is   I
the best skater.   We b^ar that these would he.
.ihampiono, are.to have a mutch, raoe to settle the
dispute, the distanoe 1sl50 yards straight away,
and for the- ehaop ion ship af Port Steele,    the contestants are Mrs.Levett, and Mr, Carl in, ■•.:•)« •
Referee, will be Chas.Levett. considerable Interest la being taken in the- evi-nt, and the boys are
, betting freely on the result,
| -t^-t-M-4 l-l H I'l I !M H.,H"l'i'-l-t- [
' »e have been informed that the Duke of Wild Horse
haa'returned t o Fort St eele.      ,       ....  . . . fi
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fM BARB1WWB HftW,
ThlS'-property is   situated on Sheparrt OUlah, a
tribirtary of Wild Herat* Creek, about one and ft
half miles from the wagon road on Wild Horsel
The property erinsists of the   Darken*lies, 3th el
and the Mother Lode. The Banks,Bros,and 0,S,
Frizzell art- the owners, there H plenty of timber suitable for all mining purpoodo, also wji'tssiV,
•Ms property was. located in 1893, and oonslata   ,
of three full olaims,  1600, X1500 owoh, there Ims,
beon considerably development work done on this
property, a tunnel is in 110 feet., the Jead or
vein, 1p a sold bearing quart?, some four feet   j
In wldl'i, the rich pay streak Is two and a half |
feet,though the whole lead carries gold in pay- !
Ing quantities,' The ledr^e ic a free milling
ouarts  , and assays high in goldt The oountry
rock  is Porphyrinic Slate, t$\i trends i<orth and
South; th« vein cihs the formation at right
an",ler, and the dip is aiout 30clQg-r@es, ,ar.l to
the  East, The han^in" wall is Slate, and the
foot wall TaK, numerous assays have been Bade,
which ihor (hut the Vein is rich in gold,
IilOCRPORATKD AiO STOCKED.
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A company ban bee-: formed in Spokane, under the
title of The Fort Steele Minlr.{ Association, and
lnoor-porated und«r the statutes of Dip State of
Washington, the aapit&l stock is feOO.OOO.
Vfa.Riiipath 1a President. Col,W.D.Turner, Vice
President. h.E,Houghton, Secretary and Treasurer,
This    company    Is formed for the puroose jP work-
ins the followln?. mines; Lillio !,hy. Lerrt Lode
and the MoKinlay Mine, also includes th" water
right,and mill   site located in ponr^ction .virh
the above fllaimn. The lead is abot'.i*  "hree fppt
in width, and has been traced for ?r'r> feet on
the surface,  there is a cannel in so,:.? -AC i'eot.
with several  attialler cuts    or tunnels.    Assay
returns show that the quart'.', is rloh,.and samples
run $94,'SS.    $i>'l,5^. and th'1 wall rook assayed
$4,50, in gold, The properl/ is situated on
She.pard Gulch, a tributary of Wild Horse Creek.
Chas,Lenta* ;.; General Manager at Fort Steele.
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PLAOEli MINIKO.
Some time last fall, R.O.Bore, one of thr Pioneers   of Wild Hen--'.', and parties from Montana,
formed tho s-onlpany known an the International
Placer Mini ::<■', Co.    This company was formed for
the purpose of working some 'placer ground on
Wild Hsps*  ire ok. Mr,Pore v/aa well acquainted
with   the .'/i'vum! and induced a Mr,Sprague to
look over the silii.Uiwt;    and sample the grtiveli
the result* .-'aa the forming of the above named
companv. They have a tunnel in 9-20 feet, and  it;.',
have out two quartz ledges while running the
tunnel. The company expect to reach the old
channel in nbout two months.    Jilr.Dore looated
tho first 'Main on Wild Horse, and has been lithe country since 1804, and has taken out trior',
gold than any other person in this vicinity.
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NORTH   STAR
The crystalline formation .in the North Star
shown wire silver in largo quantities, and judging from i;u •a-.io.-:i:ii"n presented to lis, there l'a
no doubt of th" as'sav return of 17.000 osss  In
silver,
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On the Midnignt, M in era p>,iir.r and Wiitson-,ar<?
engaged in extendi?.?, the tunnel,  frith Oarbortata?
and some gale'na to o.ioer 'her- on.
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KWM ASSOCIATION MgOTtVO.
Tho fort Steele Mining Aasooi.ition.
win hold i(;i next regular meeting next e^turdaj
thv 8r.h w ,of ^obruary. '
A'!>0!,-T    TOW?:-. s
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Th\'t snow is about gone, and the indications are
that Spring la elnse at hand.
Mf) and Mfi3, tethers ~ave a delightful party to
p, ael,yit nwfflh©!?  of invited guesisi  luring the
early oart of   the week.* danoiBg "/an indulged
in W il '-he rridniixht hour.
Thie ajntrnoi $$P the Bull River bridge is let,
Tlie i^ontraetws will start in at onoe and 00m-
olei'1'1 tr;» bridge as soon as possible
Wp mAnv a tant^ thai a ohangfl Is tq '-e mad» in
tho aariiisoftent uf one of the hotels at an early
di-te.
•>r.era'l. Klana7ft5? Lpntj of the ?.'':'t SteoJ-e Minin,".
po, witfj several man, "ill eommenoc in the coo*
pan I pr jM?Q4>eftji  .-.i once,
Prospectors F-.hov-l'i put th'.nr prof erty-1n shiipe 1
for inspection, olear out. the lunnel's and drtftslj
develops \t ftn m«n!l aa po(ffJ.,ble 00 that U will *
show ;iu.u what there la 1n the property» j
The riinin" associ-ition rtssoclation Should by ft
standing oowmit^** see -that no wild eats locate
in and ar«whd Port3tfre5,a(
The prettieat prospect that we' 'hftye sp"n , oamp
out of th1"' quartz, fro.';- the JJardenelle.s, tharc
'"ias -it least:   10* in '.old in th
» pan,
TV-.A
i",r/pm led^e of  ;ol'' bearing ".uiivt? la en
l,h<? 'Vol •.  .it:.!  p..'onprl-'.   the 1 ed'-r-  is wn f»r-t   in
wl. nth, ;-.n--l rytends t'ftr the entire lrii;fth of the
olal: .
h.!':,■' °;,.n 1" '.r ,'ii-,d u ruribpr oi' men .are worklr*
j   the All Over -.ml i>v .''"nne.
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If you   ■ :■!. good r.'nn;' fropertv  :or:iP to Port
Steel'\  If   you  -ant couk, oorrpfl'iond with the
Fort .Steele tnlning association,Thomas McVittie,
Seo»F'orl   5toelo ",^.
A,3.Grace located   an    e*jCt:ertsi'on tc the Rope mine
one of the Sullivan sroup, on the 13th of Jan,
Thsre hs^p been three locationr. recorded since
the  1st of .Tan.
We have been informed, that Mr^S.Skertchly will
shortly return to England,
■i'o have learned that  the Bald Mountain mine,has
b<*on nold or bonded to a Chio.igo S-yhdioate,    We
will give a full report of what has been done in
otir next issue.
Wo understand that the sXati'ng^fatbh is off,
Tommy. Friazell came Jam from the S.ardtjnellcs f»-j*
■Fresh oystera at Sarlin & Sflllioks .
i!3uh«orih'j iir fhc >or'.v"f " THE    PROSPSC'JCR,   3-VTURLAY
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OARLIN    &    DURICK.
fiUocesaors to
Carlin & ILake, Port Steel? B.O
IEAURB    J    C t 0 T H v K 0,
1 0 B K B R A L    M ? K P A H 1  I S B
!Agents for SLATER 4 SOUS, Celebrated SHOES.
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\ MIHING    SUPPLIES.
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UPPER    COLUMBIA
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EXPRESS THR01::,; RaT'.'I   '.">, PKR ?yf >-!:
FREIGHT,    GOLDEN TO FOf.T STEELE.
.Class,A % 3.00
ClasB.B. % a.^0.
CJ.t.12,0.    if 2.00.
,H.B.Cophrane,Pres
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F. ?, A rr.s u ro". rj,'. '.t. -. r.g e'.-.
IKES T E E L E    ROUSE.
THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IK i'Oh.' LiuclLii.
Strictly First Class.
Free sample room for Gorrancrole.! Men,
Chas. Levett, Prep.
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C  0 W E L L    &   W A I. J; X N 3 F P.,
IASSAYERS    &   MET ,', I  1 U R S  I S T  l;.
1 \ Fort   Steele    B.C.
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