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Vol,l.    FORT   STEELE    SATURDAY
FEBRUARY   22 nd 1896.        No.  16.
Resolution.
The following resolution speaks for itself.
J;A.Mara.E3n.M,P,;/'
Sir.
I have the honour to inform
you,of the following resolution whioh was passed
at the last meeting of the Fort Steele Mining
Association.   That It should be represented to
the Dominion Government .through Mr.J.'A.Mara.M.P.
the member for the District. That it has become
a matter of vital importance towards the development of the mining interests of both East and '
West Kootenay,that some immediate measures   ',
should.be taken to assist the B.C.Southern R.R.
to oommenoe praotioal operations,so that they >
oan push the work to completion as soon as possible,for in oonsequenoe of the great demand
that would Immediately arise,for the unrivalled
steam and coking coals of the Crow's Nest Pass,
for uae.not only by the Smelters that afp in
present operation,but in numbers of others that
would be erected,as soon as Hallway transportation is brought within reasonable diitanoe, it
would be a perfectly safe aotion on the part of
the Government ^guarantee the interest on the
.bonds,and thus enable the Company to raise the
necessary capital. There is no doubt that as
soon as the road is finished,East and West Kootenay will beoOme two of the chief revenue producing Districts of the Province.The output of
the North Star alone,which is now generally
aoknoweledged to be one of the largest mines on
the Continent,would be increased to an enormous
extent. and thriving mining camps would spring ,
up all over the country.
I remain Your obedient Servant,
Thomas.MoVittie,Sec, of the
Port Steele Mining Association,
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THE TARIFF 0,1 LEAD.
There is considerable talk at present,as to what
the new tariff on Lead will be;As we understand
the tenor of the proposed bill before Congress,
it is to make the new tariff,00^ of the MoKlnlay
tariff. This will place the,duty on Lead in the
vioinlty of $ 18. per ton. This amount while
working a hardship to some extent,will not stop
aotlve operations in mines that are shipping
mineral.
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The outlook.
The'present indications are that    the Mining,
industries of the District,will be increased to
a large extent during the coming season.      It is
an assured faot, that at least four large companies will work the placer ground on Wild Horse
oreek,and will oommenoe operations as soon as
possible. Prospeotors,u.iid Miners have been working during the winter,putting their property in
oondition for inspection. And if investors will
oome and see our mines,examine and sample them,
they will surely invest,as we have as rloh,and
as good mineral prospeots as   there is lh any
oountry*
.    8UB80RIBB FOR THE PROSPECTOR. $1.60 PER Yfy*, }
THE    NEW   BOAT.
fe have reoelved from Cap't,B.W.Jones ,a desorlp-
,ion of the new Steamboat,now tinder construction at.
Jennings,for the Upper Kootenay Navigation Co,.
This Steamboat will be built especially for the
navigation of a swift,and shallow river like the
Kootenay.and is intended,principally for carrying
heavy cargoes'of ore down stream", Puget Sound fir
will be used in the construction of the hull,to
insure the greatest strength,for the minimum
weight of material.The length of the hull •
is 116 feet,Beam,86 feet, depth of hold 4 feet,.
The Propelirig power,will be supplied by two -horl-
: zontal marine engines,10 X 72. The Boiler is
,9 feet in length.,42 inches in diameter,and the
Will       have a working pressure of 190 pounds.The
stem wheel will be 14 feet in dlameter.The boat
ia to be fitted out with modern improvements, the
dining room will be on the main deck,the oabin and
staterooms on the Upper deok,And though the boat
is made for a freight boat.lt is the intention of
l he Company that the passenger servtoe of the boats,
shall be conduoted ,so that it will be a pleasure
to take a trip up the Kootenay during the summer.
The draught of the boat will be 10 inohes nherh   -
light,and 30 to 24 inohes with 100 tons of ore oh
board, Cap't,H.S,DePuy,will command the new boat,
and will have a crew of 10 men. The Pioneer steamer Annerly will be handled by Cap't,B.W.Jones,with
a orew of seven men .The Company expeot to make two
trips a week ,with each boat,from Jennings to Hart
Steele.whioh will give to Fort Steele inoreased
oomnunications with the outside world,
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. it' OUR MINERAL WEALTH.
There Is a vast quantity of useful minerals    in
British Columbia,which are so profusely distributed above the water levels of the valleys,that
there is very little prospeots of any extensive
operations below that level,fpr a period of years,
at least so far as the-general produotion of mineral is oonoerned, But few properties have reaohed
a depth below the water level,as to require the
use of machinery for drainage purposes.and but few
of the Silver and Lead properties are troubled with1
water,the majority of the mines are drained by
natural means, This oiroumstanoe renders mining In
this District,comparatively easy and cheap,and
simplifies it somuoh.as to enable men,who are not
praotioal miners,to work and develope thelr^aines.
Our mines oan be opened,and conduoted with a small
oapital. All that Is required to make mines of
this dlstriot,prosperous,Is the ereotlon of plaoes
of treatment In the vioinlty,or cheap transportation.with oheap home treatment for the produots of
our mines, East Kootenay, would take a prominent
plaoe in the mineral industries of the World.
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MININO A SSOOIATION MEETING.
The Port Steele Mining Assooiation.will hold Its
next regular meeting on the Evening of the 39th of
February, All members are requested to be present,
as the annual eleotlon of offloers ooours at that
time.and as other matters of importance will oome
before the Assoolation.
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T.H E    PROSPECTOR,   SATURDAY
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fflE   PROSPECTOR.
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE PROSPECTOR Co.
A.B.Grace,Manager,
SUBSCRIPT.CONS, -'• 1,50.
Per Annum.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS,  DIRECTED TO THE PROSPECTOR.
Fort    Steele    3.0,
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•    ; PROFESSIONAL,
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Ghas, Mao lean. Physician    k Surgeon.
Thpmas.MoVittie.  -
H.L..Cummins.'
W.J.Rooke.Cowell.
P.L.S.   & C.E,
P.L.S.  & C.E.
M.A.    B.So,   F.G.S.
, N.Arnold.Wallinger, Metallurgist & Assayer.
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FORT STEELS MINING ASSOCIATION. .
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R.L.T.Galbraith, ! President,
O.S.Frizzell,
R.D.Mathers,
H;W,Barnes,
Wm.Carlin.
Thomas.McVittie.
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Treasurer.
Seo rotary*
All possible information,will be furnished-by
the Association,upon application to,
Thomas.McVittie,Sec,Fort Steele B.C
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The following letter,has been forwarded to Col.
James.Baker. By the Fort Steele Mining Association,
Sir. The Fort, Steele Mining Association, wish to draw Your attention to the faot,
that It-has beeome a matter of absolute necessity ,for some steps to be taken immediately,for
at least  the erection of a building in whioh sick
or injured men oar. be received,for as we are at
present situated,the nearest hosoital  Is at ,
- Golden ;&'-,d it would Ve a matter of utter Impossibility to oonvey a hadlv Injured man to that ,
institution,It would be easier during the rummer j
to reaoh Spokane,or even Nelson.There are at '
present In the neighbourhood of one hundred men
employed In the mine3 in this vlninity,and during the ooming season this number will In all
probability be greatly increased.The "? men are
subjeot to serious accident   -it all t   t. a,and son:,
measures must be taken to ;    "rldo u :,'.in:it sjioh a
4»8ualty,for now there is  i't,:oiuteiy no :i.eans of
accomodating the victims of suoh an accident,
there being no.room in the hotels,and no private
FEBRUARY    22 nd    1896,
building whioh could be
.'or the purpose.The
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Association venture to suggest that the Govern-    I]
ment should besides supplying the necessary   sur-ji
gloal Instruments and a supply of drugs for the    [I
first, year,make an appropriation of ir>00, towards
the construction of a cottage hospital,contain-   j;
lng an operating room,two wards and a spare room,''
The residents of the District subscribing another!
$500,this would enable us to tide over tho oouiing-j,
season,and then if the progress of the oountry
will warrant further expenditure the hospital can
be enlarged'and its affaire be-plaoed on a proper
basis,In the meantime we consider   that under the
1»'..
ciroumstanoes we are not asking too muoh,oons.id-
erlng the Revenue whioh the Government receives
from this portion of the Distriot ".The department ought to bear in mind that the Northern end
of the Distriot gets credit for reoeipts whioh
properly speaking belongs to the Southern portion,namely the land payments and the mining
lease rents ■■.: this seotion", said in all probabi.l-!
ity the next year will see such an influx of ' ■
miners and prospectors that the revenue reoeipts
will be nearly doubled. It is also well to bear
in mind that there will be in a 11 liklihood,oases.
of destitute or pauper patients,which will-have'
to be attended to any way,ondwil3 be a source
3f greater expense to the Government, unless some
provision is made with regard to a hospital in
1*1 ich they can be treated.
I have the honour to remain Your
obedient servant,
Thomas,.MoVittle,Secretary,
•     Fort Steele Min'g Asa&
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, PICKED UP ROUND TOWN.
:)ont forget the Mining Association meeting to '
night. ',
It looks as if the snow is a thing of the past,
Robins and Blackbirds have made their appearance,
and to all appearances we shall,have an-early
spring,
Messers,Demoney & Orassick,are building a cottage:
at Westport ,for Miss,Wallinger. •
,rhevMathers sawmill starts up next week,
R,D.Mather's is building a new Ferry Boat at Dal-
gardno-ville,
■ •
George.Geary,came in with the mail'last trip,He
will be with us every two weeks. He reports no
sleighing from Sinclair Grade,to Canal Flats,
The North Star Co, have had to build another ore
shed, at the landing,
Divine Service,in the School Room,at 7 l/3 O'olook!
on Sunday Evening. Subjeot,suited to the Lenten'
season. •',
#.P.Norbury, is building a new residence at Pish ,
Lakee, !
The season of Lent, began on tho 19th inot,'
Ash Wednesday.
The Rolls of Bhandon,
They sound so grand on y
The banks of the Lee, .V
So wrote good old Father Prout. And we hope to
hear the sound of a bell shortly in our midst,as ■
MrsjHuokle,io preparing an entertainment for the
ouppose of !■:•'■■ rig funds to purchase one. Let the!
i ruin
well patronl zed.
Mr
i.m
fi.
heV
>hn,SuoifGi!-.it,hv having 3old his house,to an
din'j ben., ".e •<;',;. •.'■;'-.' a farewell party, to a
! nds laet
all.
?ning,a pleasant time washad
Mr,wm,Gillla,wi.U eoon oommenoe the^building of .
a rustle oottage on Riverside Avenue, •   -
We learn'that Mr.A.Morinfill take the Dalgardno' |
n;,,,r,r, ,,n tne  ,-,,;., 0f. v.he mo'nth,
i .■
'ifiut'id liip in stamps and get. a oorreot map of. the
(North Star & Sullivan group of mines.Addr'eesThe'
'Prospector, Fort Steele B.C.     '■'. ''.•-'    ,:   ..
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THE   PROSPECTOR
MORE MINERAL LAND TO BE THROWN OPEN,
A treaty with the Blaokfoet Indians, will throw
cron to minsrs and prospectors,mineral lands of
great value on the main range of the Rooky Mountains, For many years prospectors have penetrated
the mountains,and oh returning,have reported the
existence of large and valueable ore bearing
ledges in that seotion, It was in this region
that
ieoea o'
stream tin were found in.
1876, and nor"; recently oopper ores, rich In
gold,
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B.W.Jonea,and John,Wightman,came in over the
new sleigh road from Kalispel, They report that
the sleighing, as far as Bull River,good. Mr,.
Jones,reports that the new boat is progressing-
■rapidly.also that the Steamer Annerly will start
about the middle of April, Mr,Wightman,oame to
have a look- at the oountry, and was favorably
impressed with our town,and. talks of coming back
In April-,arid engage in business,
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OUR    MINES.
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THE   DARDENELLES.
The tunnel,on this property is in 130 feet,and
the lead,is showing op nicely-,i't is. about five
feet in width.   An assay was made .on some quartzl
above the main pay streak,the returns showed    :"'
1 • 9/l0ozs,in gold,and 83 ozs,in silver, or a
total value of $ 59,90,. to the ton,
THE    NORTH    STAR.
,   The North Star,still continues to take out    30
tons of ore per day. The sleighing on the road
to the mine,is not good.Some of the teams are
hauling,and fifty tons were taken to the landing
on Friday,
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THE St,EUGENE MINE.
It is reported,that one of the best mining menjj
in our District,and one of long practloal min- '
ing experience, and who knows what he is talking|
about, Say'3,that if the St,Eugene Co,wish to gol
ahead and put out ore,the shipment for 1896.can j
be made ecjual to that of the North Star. This • I
ShowB that we have another mine that is of vast J
magnitude as un ore producer,
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THE   MIDNIGHT.
Mr.Watson, reports that work on this property is,
being pushed as fast as possible,that there ia a1
good showing,considerable Galena in aight. That
the owners will shortly apply -for a Crown Grant.
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INTERNATIONAL PLACER Co.
The tunnel on the above named property is in
230 feet, in running this distanoe a ledge of
quartz was out some 24 feet in width,oarrylng a
small amount of Copper and Gold. The Company
expeot to reach .the old ohannel in about 160
feet,
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'•'THE   DIBBLE    GROUP.
The oontraotors engaged in running a tunnel on
thiB property    • are in 113 feet, two leads have
been oro»s out, the first.was about three feet
In width,the second in a small one,about 12
inohes,and is very rioh.the ore is Gray Copper
and Chlorides, There is four le ads on this prop
erty, the Contractors expeot to reach the third
lead in ten or twt?ve feet,
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The North'Star Co have bought the Daffodil,from
C,B.Edwards.consideration ia not known.
S A T U R D A Y   Feb
nd
B96
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| ' TH31!   SULLIVAN   GROUP,
Messers,Smith & Slever, are Jinking on the
Hamlet, the Shaft is down sji-;.-j thirty fe t,with a
large showing of ore,    There ii a large  amount  of
Galena in sight, and it is the opinioii of many,
that when this group of mines are developed, that
it will prove to be as large a'fiiine ai   its neighbour the North Star,
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THE   1NVICTA GOLD MINING CO.
This oompany has contra ;ted ifith a California firm
for the purchase of throe new giants,and a large
amount of pipe,,   these are expected at the mine
early in the spring!    Trie company last fall,complet
ed a dam 60 feet in height.there tore three'water
ditches on this property,  the largest carrying
1500 inohes of water, The company
is represented b y Mr,David, Gr.1 f f i
in this vioinlty sinoe the s ixtie
at Fort,
ths, v;ho
been
TKENIP A'ND TUCK CLAIM,
This olaim has been leased by Mr,J.M,Buxton,of
Vancouver,and has paid well lor a number of years,
It is reported that a new bydraulio mining plant
will be put in at'an early day,
a group of four
THE LITTLE AND BIG CHIEF.
The owners of these olaims , Y
claims, inclose proximity to the   North Star, as
soon as possible after tin..- snow Is off the mountain, the owners will p rooted todevelope the prop
erty.the Big Chief is an extension of tho Midnight
on the North,The Eureka is North of the Chief,and
there is a allowing of mineral on these olaims.
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THE   FUTURE,
The Spokane Review,say's there is a great mining
possibilities for British Columbia. NewDistriot3
are being opened up,and the older Distrlots developed,And it migh; be truthfully said,that frotti the
summit of the Rooky Mountains, to the shores of the
Paoiflo Ocean,the hills and mountains are filled
with.mineral. Only welting the time,"mien the tire
less'prospector shall per-etrate the wilds, Scale
the mountain peata;and open up the'treasure vaults
of nature which so long have held out against the
enoroaohment of mam
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MINERAL   Q UO ?ATI 0 NS.
•  Silver, 67,1/8.    Oopper, i 10.   Lead, ft 8.90.
THE   PROSPECTOR.
That unique type of modern o tyilizat ion,The Pros-
peotor.His speculating eye scanned the mountains,
and he guessed there might be something In them.
With him oonjeoture was conviction. To him,no matter that the.foot of man had never trod those sol-
■emn fastnesses ;no matter that the wild beast  prowled upon his footsteps or h id beside the j uigle
jpath to waylay the audacious intruder who dared
'invade'his anoient heritage;no matter that the tor
•nado swept through the mountain tops ind hurled
the fell avalanohe down the.steep canyon's side.
Faar,Palter,Fail,were words he never learned;they
had no plaoe in his vooabulary.With trusty rifle
jon his shoulder and his scant store of flour and
'baoon swung upon his book,he made the  wilderness
his home,the fragrant boughs his bed ..and >. ije spreading branohes of some friendly tree hie shelter,
Seated beside some mountain stream he -v ought the
yellow gold among the pebbles ,and urged ever i'or-
I ward by some aeduotive gnili of the mountains,he
{kept on and on until the stream ,ohrunken to a
' rivulet ,dlsolosed itn souroes ben with some towering glaoler.Suooess finally rewards his soaroh,
arid'his brawny arm plies the pick until the mountain sides oonfess a royal mine,Ex,if '.W.M.A., f A-''7'""7■'•'
THE    PROSPECTOR.
S A T U R D A«,Y, Feb,22nd 1896,
TAX    NOTICE.
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,.That  in accordance with
the Statutes,Revenue Tax,and all other taxes
levied under the assessment aotjare now due for
the    year 1896, an    payable at ay office in Fori)
Steele.  If paid on,or before June 30th 1896.
One half of one per cent on Real Property,
Two per cent on assessed value of Wild Land.
One third of one per cent on Personal Property. .
If paid after June 30th 1896.
Two thirds of one per cent en Real Property,
Two and one half per cent on assessed value of
Wild Land,
One half of one per cent on Personal Property,
Revenue Tax of -13 for every male person over
the age of 18 years.
All persons,who are in arrears of taxes due up
to the 31st of Dec 1895,are requested to pay
the same,or costs will be inourred at an early
date.     CM,Edwards,Collector & Assessor.
Southern Division of East Kootenay,Fort Steele,
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CARLIN    &   D U R I'C K.
0 E N E. R A L   MERCHANDISE,'
AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER COMPANY,
MINING    SUPPLIES.   •
AGENTS FOR SLATER & SONS,  CELEBRATED SHOES.
(Navigation and
upper  Columbia]
^Tramway Co.
EXPRESS THROUGH RATE 10$ PER POUND.
FREIGHT GOLDEN TO FORT STEELE.
Class A $ 3.00.
Class B  rj 2.50.
Class C  § 2.00
Class D 1 1.50.
T.H.B.Cochrane,Pres.     P.P.Armstrong,Manager.
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THE    STEELE    HOUSE.
THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN FORT STEELE.
Strictly First Class.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM POP COMMERCIAL MM,-!.
Chas. Levett ,  Prop.
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A   S S A Y E R -S    k   MET A L L U V.   .'1ST S.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
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C 0 B B    &    B R A N D E R
0   E N E R A L    BLACK!' M I T H I N 0,
AND    WOODWORK 1  I, Q.
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DE M P S E Y    ft   0 R A S SICK,
CONTRACTORS    &    BUILDERS.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
THE    AMERICAN    STORE.
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE,
GIANT    POWDER,  MINING    SUPPLIES &   HARDWARE.
GROCERIES    &    PROVISIONS.
B.W.J ONE S,.'
Fort Steele B.C. Jennings Mohtana.
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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 ONES,.
< ' Jennings,Montana.
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DALOARDNO    HOUSE.-
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE IN STEELE.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK.    -
R.D.Mathers,Prop, Fort    Steele    B.O,
When   you   come   to   Fort   Steele 1
Call on       A. M 0 R I N,     and' get ft
GOOD   CIGAR.
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU.
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THE   MOUNTAIN   HOUSE,
Fort    Steele   B.C.
GOOD ENOUGH FOR MOST ANYBODY.
H.J.E D S 0 N,Prop.
THE   MISSION    S T 0 B E,
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE,
"HE   HIGHEST,
CA£«    PRICE .     ,'
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