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v THE PROSPECTOR IS THE ft
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FORT STEELE, B. C. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 189:
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NEWS,
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Of
LOCAL, NEWS.
•Latest Gossip of Interest to Residents of Stcolo.
nn eg JNcws.
The Latest liming News, Gathered from Points of Interest.
■THE   ENTERPRISE,
Thirty Foet of Stoele Galena.
j    We h-urii that Wm.  Mlllilcli)
II. may bo found ai lhe Pioneer
Drug Hall if you can'! gel It any-
ivhoi'e else
.Vow lots of Wall paper just
arrived at King & t'o's.
Buy your Paints and Oils al,,
,,.   '»',,'., "   has uncovered 80 foot of Steele
King as Cos, i •   ,
,',      ,_      . ,,...     „ ,, ,    galena ou the enterprise mineral
Sash and Doors at King & Cos.   , . ,,;,.,,,
■ claim,    situated    about   three
Car load of bran and shorts at fourths of a mile from the Sl.
Port Sleele Mercantile Cp's. j Mary's River, n>ir tho summit,
/store,    how prices on mii'.i ■-   -.;   Millik,in reports thai, the lead
A gallic. ' iiill bo caiiliiilraoodfor4fi.no feet,  and
played Thursday  between  Iwo
picked loams.
C. 1<\ Venosta reports business
three location,::have heen made, A
number of men aro on Ih.uir way
here with sjiipi.ilios, upon thoir
very lively in real cstalo during arrival the owners will commence
the past week. developing the property.
The anno.', pf tlio lit. Mary's
Inn iSi,o¥ ready for business." At St. Mary's  Lake
For a good night's sleep apply
for lodging at tl;e  "St.  .Mary
Inn" annex,
The now building' being put up
by Mr. Titus, is. progressing
rapidly,
Mr,   Griffith   of  Donald   has
boon appointed   Gold  Commis.■ U)10 locators
sionor for the northern portion 	
:\n important strike was made
about the 1st of July at the St.
Mary's Lakes. Tho oro shute
consists of a lodge 7 foet in
width, carrying gold and oopper,
and can b,i traced for 3000 feet.
Mr. VV. Scott aud ,1. II. Scott aro
Colonel \V. M. Ridpalh caun
mi ou the Norlh Slur, to make
.ii'i'aiigeinenls for the construction of tramways or an electric
line, from the Sullivan lo the
Koolonay rivor. Col Ridpalll
is the principal ov ner of the
Sullivan, and is highly elated
ovor tlio present showing of his
inino. Th;, Colonel says that no
power on earth can keep oust
Kootenay from showing lo the
world that the greatest mining
region in existence, lies between
lho Rockies and lho Selkirk's.
Harry Urown has lot the contract for a 100 foot tunnel on his
copper and gold properly on
Hull Rivor. Mr, Urown has just
returned from the property and
is well pleased with his trip.
John M. Finch of Spokane,
part owner of the St. "Eugene
camo up on tho Noi'th Star
Thursday, nml wont at once to
lh;: liijiio.
Alki C ,ek.
of Mast Kootenay,
Mr. Kauffman of Port Town-
send,   Wash,,  is  putting  up a     A strike of gold quart* was
cigar storo next door |o "/eiibsta mado on 41ki creel? last week,
& Co's.
The Post office remained open
until very late Thmsday nighl,
much to the aoconimodal ion of
Ihe public.
Ono of llie neatest and mosl
appetizing places in town, is the
confectionery and fruit slund
ami restaurant conducted by
Mrs. Sprague, and located ou
Riverside avenue. Mrs. Sprague
always tries to please her customers and seldom fails in tho
attempt.
A largo parly of (.'. P. R. engineers and surveyors arrived at
Fort Sleele on Monday. On
Tuesday thoy wont loOrar.bi'Ooli
and from there thoy will work
south towards tho Goat river
divide.
Tt is reported at Brandon that
Mr. Charles "Whitehead basse-
cured the contract for tho rock-
work on the Crow's Nesl Pass
Railway, from Iho. sunnnitof the
mountains lo lho .second crossing
on the Kootenay river.
Mr. John Fink has arrived
from lho East to lake lho man
agi'iiieiit of llio American store,
While East Mr, Fink purchased
an immense slock of goods,
which will soon arrivo. Mr.
Kink earnestly solicits the pat,
I'onnge of Hie late linn of \V. II.
Johnson & Co.
Tho irrepressible James Ward,
nor, and Cnpl. Armstrong ar
rived al Wardnor on Wednesday
evening.    Upon lho approach of
the lodge is about four foet in
width.
Tho Stamp mill on Perry crook
will start up, on Monday,
MARY'S INN
....  FSrlT STEM'S lira NOT*!!.,
W. M. TBTUS, PropV.
:«■■:,',. EUROPEAN PLAN.
mmum NO BAR,
■»»*mmmii: CATERS POR BEST TRADE,
»***ro»*»».» ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS.
_ MAHIsy STAvGB LINE _
Between _„.JBv,^^_,..
Golden mr. Fort Ste-ble.
Leaves Fort Steele 7;!J0 a, in, every Friday,
due to arrjvg ni Qoltien $w_$a.v evening,
Finest views pf li'oikynnd Selkirk Mountains uiiii Kootenay
and St. Mary's Rivers    ..   ..    located mi high bluff overlooking
junction of the two rivers      Postolllce and Custom House
just across tlie street ., .. Location mosl central for Business,
This Hotol will open in a few weeks. .. ., Annox now ready
for Lodgers.   ..
For Offices Stores, or Rooms in the Hotel, Apply Immediately at
The Annex,
PASSKNGEEH. AN.,
Fur full p
-__n»_—-
GOyppENT BOOMING OF
TOWNSITESINEAST POTENAY
It is reported that "W, Van-
Arsduleu has located iwo claims
ou Wild Horse creek.
H, L, Amine has located the
Ooi'iijcopia nihioral claim, on the
easl fork of Wild Horse.
A. D, Grace has located a claim
near the forks of Wild Horse
creok, whicli looks like a valuable proporty.
F. P. Norbury, manager, of
Iho Bluchor group, which is sit.
tinted on the Sullivan Hill, has
returned from tho property,
bringing with him, some very
lino samples of galena. Tho
properly is owned by a Victoria
syndicate, and is managed and
worked by Mr. Norbury. It is
one of the finest properties on
Sullivan Hill.
We learn today from a source
which we doom perfectly reliable
that certain government officials
whose offices have heretofore and
aro now at Fort Steele are about
to receive orders to prepare to
move to Cranbrook. Now "The
Prospector" has not any quarrel
with Cranbrook, nor with any
other of tho multitude of towns
existant, or on paper, but when a
government, or a member of a
government assumes tho prerogative of making and unmaking
towns and offices, wholly regardless of vested rights or lho interests or wishes of lho people,then
as over The Prospeotor is lo bo
found on the side of tbo people
and against any such high hand,
dod proceedings,
"Thoso aro lho facts." The
member for East Kootenay is lho
fortunate owner of several thous,
and acres of fanning land known
as Cranbrook, situated somo 1.4
miles west of Fort Steelo. The
inombor for East Kootenay is
also a member of theGovernmimt;
whon the B. C. Southern charter
was granted by tho Legislative
Assembly of Brilisli Columbia, a
condition was mado, that lho place
known as Cranbrook was to bo a
divisional point on lho said railway. It is no secret that when
the B.C.S. charter passed into
tho hands of Messr's Cox and
Jaffray tho conditions passed
with il: else thoy could not have
with lhe policy of your Honor-'
able James I'ukir, that such al wl J "*' Wit
state of .things should continue, EXCHANGE : SAFE DEPOSIT (IO.
when Ihere is a possibility oli	
corn coming lo llie mill, by this!      cash paid for gold dust,
petty booming of iho lown in:
,.,   ,     .    ., ,    ,      -,,. ,    EXCHANGES Illil'llllT ,'v  I'lll.l.HC
which he is interested. It such
a change woro in any way in
the Interests of the omuilry,
thon wo would lie tho last to
complain, or if we felt thon: was
the remotest chiince that tin injustice wore being done Colonel
Baker in thus charging hhu with
prostituting his .position as our
representative for selfish purposes and person:!! gain. Then
the Prospeotor would bo silent,
But wo know to tho contrary. Wo
know that this is another of lhe
many crimes lo bo charged lo
hiinsolf and to tho Government
of which lie is a ini'iiiboi'. ll may
not bo inopportune in conclusion
lo givo the Colonel a word of advice, Go il while you have lhe
chance, your time is short, neith- j
er you, nor any man who has the ''
temerity lo condone your sins,! Will
will ever warm your sent uyuin Wild Horse. Thursday,
as member for Easl Koolonay.] Geo. Hayes anil Camilln Mc
Had you delayed your schomo Gowau havo gone inlo the hills,
tion:-;  handled.
Drafts sold payable in Exchangi
on all principal points in
America,
REFERENCES.
Exchange National Him!, Snoktino.
('iiiiniii'i'i'iiil   "         " Portland.
Nm. I!:::ili of Commurea ICiinsitsCilj
b'irsl National Bunk Kri,,. I'u.
Merchants Kill. Dunk l'nrtliiiicl.
ii.   A.  *iL"| QJi  &  CO., Agents,
w.9 T H E B»
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ARK TIIK BJEST LN FQBT STEELE,
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New Heils ::iul   Bedding- Warm and Comfortable   Sepat'jiU)
Compartments   TheG'realesI Spread of Rain proof
i lauvas in British ' lohimhiil
LODGING BY TIIK U'l'.KK, &2.50,
OPEN DAY VN.D NIGHT,   .   .   .
W. M, CHRISTIAN, Prop.
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL,   m
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Georgo   Geary   has   gone   lo  it
Windermere.
Gold Commissioner Armstrong
arrived, at fort Steele on Thurs-
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'K'lier cnnie  in   Irom
until Cranbrook had an existance
as a town, or until the public interests seem to demand it, thou
your unblushing infidelity would
not have boon so evident,    But ,|ily [ml„ lh(,"s,; '~Z~^
your work   is too   course,   loo
coarse Colonel,    We can'I  stand
your work,
C. ,\l. Keep and son George, i ,i
returned   Wednesday   from   n
prospecting trip lo Tracy creek,
James Cronin, was in Thurs-
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D URIC K.
FOKT   STEELE.   B.C,
THAT 50,000 ACRES OP COAL
LAND.
One of the conditions of assist.
ance givon by tho Dominion Par
from Spokane Tuosdn
Mr, Armstrong, Gold Comini
General    Merchandise.
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■% Miners    Supplies    a    Specially   ''$>
f.- Agents   For   The  California       g
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■^ Giant Powder Company,          '■%>
sionor for Easl Kootenay, came w .   .. ,     ., .,.,.,..,.,,.
in Thursday and will be located | iiliMffl»!*.|»lli'W
ill fori Sleele, in the future.
Mrs. John T. Galbraith and
her daughter  Miss Hazel Hub
liamont to the Crow's Nest Pass brallli have gone to  Fairmont
Hallway was, that 50,000 acres Springs for a visit.
One of the most important discoveries made this your, has
boon looated nml recorded by litcqnirodthecharlor.Wo in Steele
Stove. Young. Il is situated oniwo mean the people who elected
Wild Horse crook, and the ore;Colonel Baker, did not demur
which is of very high value, is when he-- in what he says "was
very similar lo that of the Dib- a business investment,"corralled
bio mine, located a distance of li
for hiinsolf anil frionds tho choicest coal lands in the province —
and lot it bo known, comprising
an aroaof nearly onemillion acres
of land, with every right, porluin-
Mr.   Pally,   representing  airing thereunto. The people who
or 8 miles away. Everyone who
bus soon iho croppings declares
Uml Sieve has struck il rich.
lhe   Norlh   Star huge honllros Kn!;|.ls|i  symlil,ll,,|  ,,.ls bondedIolected Colonel  linker  did not
were  light...I,   nnd   lho whole I 0f claims near St,Mary's voice tho question of the legality
town iiirueil mil lo wolconu
"James and Cap,'' The lown
peoplo shouled und lhe whisllo
of Ihe slellllll (ill "tooted".
Miss Kiln Bain, who has recently como to Sleele from Spokane, has lakon an office in the
building wilh Venostn * Co,,
nud is prepared to do all kinds
of stenographic and typewriting
work on short notieo. Miss Bain
has had a greal deal or experience, nnd in thoroughly competent, lo do lirsl ..'hiss work'.
i Luke, 110 men aro nl work dovel- of the acquisition of lhis immense
oping lho properly, Tho oro is area, nor did wo complain be-
a high grade gold ipiarlz avorag- cause ho was lho owner of Craning !?-':.' in gold lo the ton. brook and might,because lie was,
  who ho was: he in a position to
It bus boon currently reported m.,|,(, a ,,ooli bargain for the ol
Mr. Grocer:
lcrc  an:
thousands of people who
want good tea (many don't
drinlv tea now, because it
of coal lands wore to be transferred to the Dominion Govern-
Four heals a week is lho re-
cord  of  lho  Gwi ndolino   ami
ment,    This,  as Iho Hon. Mr. jjorlh Slav,  for the   past   two
Blair put 11 in advocating the •weeka.
bill before Parliament, "guaran-
toeing to the peoplo of Canada Constable Barnes has informed
and particularly lo the residents a" ;'efde"ts thttl ,hl; s;,llil'"''V
of lho mining districts of llrilish fou,ditlon "' lh,'i'' l,l'"i"'1'1*'* mus(
Columbia, cheap coal and cheap
he kepi fully up lo ihe standard.
coke for smelting purposes." A Mrs- Sinclair of Wai'dner,
ropiesenlative of the Prospector Idaho, is spending a few weeks
mentioned lhe above conditions\m "' ' '''''■'
lo one of the "boys" who with Mrs. Ira. B. Sunburn, "Com-
lhe Honorable Colonel Baker are modore of the losl ship ttutli."
in on the lirsl lloor, ns owners of |came up on iho Gwendoline lust j
Sunday,   ami   spoul   a   day   in
Steele.   Mrs Sunburn expects to
CTort Steele
ercatitiie
(Successors lo W. E. Johnston ,'c Co.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
e n e r a i   M e rchandise,  he.
UliUI____t__i Ifi UUIiUUlUUIUIUUIUIUUIUIIUU   l~ 'ilu.l.i'.IU
Hardware and Groceries.
OATS
nearly one million of acres of
lhe eo:il hinds in East Koolenuy,
BRAN
SHORTS
with a largo number of claims on
the north fork of tlio St. Mary's
River,
he smiled and said "God knows return during the summer.
where they'll gel Ihem,   1 guess'    .,   ,,,,,, ,, „      ,,       >'G[iT STF^I il  G ll
"    7,  i ,.     ,       ••       P, J. MaMttlioii, oi San Fran- ' un' 0M--Ll- "• "•
wo have corralled the choose.      ■  . , __  	
,Cisco, and I apt, Lane, ol  Port-1
land, (.ire. came   up    toiV'i her. If/;' ifi; •'>'■'.■- 'S-i'^ ''$ir-\:
Tho Canadian Pacific bus do- ]fts^ '['ll0sdnv and snenl  several i
oidod to construct the  Crow's]days in S(0^'0|    Ml,_  MuMhi-o,,^
that a largo mlnoral doul  has LotQli   reprosunlativo   of   East
boen consuiniilod in connection Kootenay.
Cranbrook til this moment hasINosl Railway undor lhe supi rvi- \ wo|1| (low||,,, spo]mna 0|| i?rjtltljr! ^
no oxislouceinfact.lt is true the sio" "' Ml;  Hlu'vey, who hua but will ralimi in ti few days to*
'A % ;i:  'I; f 'ir' % W '& '*%.% % % fflfc
THA
present holders of the B, O, S. boon  appointed suporint lonl
0hnrtor,i.o.TheCanadianPiiciilc of construction. Mr, Harvey litis
Work was begun yoslerday at itailwny have agreed lo mako it let oonlraelB for 50 i s of rond
the North Star, on a LOO foot a divisional point, lhat is all. Yot llml worlc lmsco1 cnml    An*
,, .   „i  ic mxiin u.ni other no miles was lo be lol on
lhe aiiuoiiliccnii'iil   is ni'.iilo uml -
,,    ,,  ,,,,        •    •  ,,,„ ,.,,,,ii,,'lh" In msl.      lis   repoi'lei    Hint
lhe Gold Commissioner rucontiy i
,  ,   ,    ,.       i. ,,,| „    i,i,,.,,  millil   smiill   conlrnels   Wl     he
■ippolllleil    lor    Solllhl'l'll     |i,a°i
remain durliig lho sumnioi',
Dr. Harry l.uue came up lhe
QUEEN'S     MOTEL.  8
tunnel which will be run undor
lho tunnel which is now in, to
nip a vein which was struck on
lho original tunnel,    Tho work Sonay  is  to  ho  located al  nplolort In ao   (10 and 110 days,
willhe pushed through as fust j crunbrook, and furl her, on ii,Qi and the track hying will coi
I'1
an possible, and if il  becomes nulhority  of the incinhni' ii  is
onco ul once, il is propoi
hasbe.cn cither costly or bad) '™n   "»' »»\>"['» ""
.     ,. , .,,/  ,    ,,    .will lull iiii iiii ox ini shift,
and here is Siliilliiiir s hcsl
—good tea at a fair price.
Don'l you want to sell
lots of such tea, and money-
back it if your customers
don't like it.
A-.l-li,,!,:.''.
ten Ilu
early purl of lhe wcoli
row days or business inul
nre iii Spokane. Dr. I ,:u
Ihiil Purl Steele is nil i
in Spokane, nml Ionics fo
:. largo ihiiuhoi' of Sp iliiu
0lplo during ihe sinui,i,-.'.
Mrs  Ed,   l-lurwnrd  I   ri
Edward, cumo up on ihe .\,,iili I si
IStill' l.'vl weeli nml ui',, ,- I'.iri "^
,-\ muss inoelhig of lh'• cilhioiiii "bly lioiiwul in N, \. U'allingi r'n >.
' -i„   ii,','-!., mine, limdasUieoiily town in Soiil'liern of l'„n Si, ,'ie should be cnllo,! colliig", whioh Mr, 11 uni hns £
,„,  .,„    ■,   .. ..,,   ;,   |,'.,.'   ',:,;,,.,.:niy,  Ins  I n    I'lii'Moremolistniloiigiiilistthoi'i ,    reiitod   for   lhe  summer,     Mi-, .><
i,,i v   - o,iiv, 'iho   resilience  of al of lln- Government (Illloiiils to lliirwiinl is dollghlod wllh   h'uri ^
,",u his proporty,   Work on iho whatever Govornmonl   ollicials I Cranbrook.                                Sloele, nnd promises lo oncour ^
nibble i:, pioi-riv-vinv  wli.  lhe lh nro were in the country,  But                    read.                    I"*"1 !l'"' rom li"i' lion ..-,-
I thai Cranbrook is lo bo'' ,lul° »l l",lsl   ' »™ '"
made  the Governmental hctul-1lho H,,uw " '
quarters for Ensl Koolenuy.
Major .Tol - M. Burko, oeo of Port Stoolo ns u coulnil polnl
ft
Pt
v.
Two Cominoilloiis SiiiiiD'c Roi ms lot Goinmcrcl'il Men
Tl! ",   I ' i:l,'.|i I'KKIv
HUT ,1  i OLD PATHS
PATHS .<,,.' PFH CAY
J, G, Greene, proprietor.
GOLDEN, D. C.
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HlllU 111 ,illlill,   l.llj led
it seems thnt i' is m.i consistent
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-_____i THE  PROSPECTOR,
IS   I'UPUSHED   WEEKLY  /il
THE PROSPECTOR COMPANY,
MINERAL ACT, I89S. I N0TICE-
(mini iv) I    I hereby givo notieo Unit sixty days
Ccelijleille of.Improvements Notice,      nfter (lute,  I  intend lo upply In iliej
n        , ...  .      nl . 'Chii'l ('oiiiiiiinsliiiinr nf Lunds i\' Works
Dorval Mining Claim.      L ,„„.„,,„,,„ ,,,„. .,,8] Croup,, ■„, Kml
Dorviil Mllllil'iil Clulm. slliuili, In llm Purl ! KootollllJ',
,     ,, , „        I Steelo Minimi Division nl Kiwi Kooll'iiny. I
A. P.  GllACE. MANAGER.      \   w„„,,,i,„,„„,,i;  ,[,„• berrylllll.nanrMurh T- H. I„ F.IBKWIOK.
ciTiili. Pun Stoole. Duted ,Muy 5,lli, 1811". <I1
THE  PROSPECTOR,   Is   published     TAKP,  SO 'I'll :li Hull  I. II. I>. Mum,. Pl'Ol
every Sntiirduy, unu Ims n Bunrmitcotl j-Mlnor*H evrUilvatu No. l»l.|iin. InlDtuli Mlxty rtWfB l ■ notice
clrvulnilou larger Hum i.i;y oilier ijopcr from*u> IktoI |i> uinHy m lho MI11I.1B in,- 	
in liusl Kootonuy. Il l« ull Homo Printed «mtar !.„■ u Cor in » c ,.i   ,„,„■„ ,■ i n ..     | ^ „__*,!„_.
mul contains double the news ol  any Uio purpose of obtulmnt: n Crown Uruiit of tno j. ..'..'.   .
other paper in the tils trict, nuovoelulm.
As an advertising medium it Is un-     And further lata notice mui action, uudor
excelled. seotion at. mast be conmieneed ln-fore llm issu-
! ii'K'i'of Midi iV'i'i lilunlo of Iinprovemonls.
poyotcdto the upbuilding of Furl Steele, the I j, ;_}. Mann.
development of the vast mineral resources of, Dal(,lUhls^ihduv»r.laa[«. IWT.  ' *W
tlie Kust Kodtfliiay intntntj district.
Subscriptions ....-HM per yeur. j
Advertlstni** rail's made Known on application,
Contributions arc Holleliod from all puns nf tin'
district, bat all mullet*- Intended fur publication
mast lutyc tho writer's sl-gnuuire.
PORT  STEELE'S  FUTURE,
iAL ACT, IBS6.
] lillllilsllliil WolltK fill' Jil'l'llltisiuli In  |llill'!,Usi.
I Ullimires nt luiul nn Will, llursi; vrei'li I iniiiii-
' illllll ill I'l.V Iini'lli l'lislliiil'lii.'1'sll.llilllilili Vli'llll'lll
l vnli'll below llie Invlciii iliti'li. Iiuiiii") I'lllllllllll
! Ilii'lmliis ivvst. llii'iii'i, ID I'IiiiIiin .iolll.li, lliuiice
j-lni'liiiliis nisi., ilinii'i' 111uliniiisnoi'th In lilinii'
lit I'liUlIllOIKilllllOIlt,
I). I'. KlMI'TON.
Dutoil Muy loth 1807. 4S
NOTICE.
Notieo iji linriiliy olvon lliut sixty
duys utter duto I intenil lou|i|ily to tlie
lliiiinriililii Cliief Commissioner of
l.iuuls uml Works tor. permission to
inireliusi! nun hundred nnd sixty uoi'os
of iiiiHiirveyiHi und unoeeuiilod lunds
sitiiiileil on Tracy ereelt, ISust Koote-
uny, Kurt SI le Mining Division, nd-
julliliiS liooi'ii'O 11. Si'iitl's |iri,-i'iii,i,inii.
i'iiftiiiii'iii'iu^' nl, N hi. eornor of (.leoi'iio
II, Sinlt's |ire-i'.iii|itl(in uml I'litininy:
nortli -10 eliiiins, wesl -III rliulns, uniilli
•H) uliniiis. thoneo oust •lOolintna tu |ilneu
of I'liiiimeiH'i'iiii'iit.
Al.HP.H'1' Mli'l'Z,
"NOTICE. NOTICE
,,,    ,      ,     -., ,.'.,'., Nolloo Is liciehy Blvon Unil llilriy ilnjs ilflor
We herehy give  notieo tlllll sixty ,t,uc-j^oSulllviinUraupSlliilnw-auiimnyP.JI.
duys ufler dute wo Intend to apply lo | c. 8'lliw-lvlll utiply
tlio l.'liiiif I'liiuniissliHier of Llmdu.uiiil of liiuiilsiiiul Worli
Works for nuriiilssluii to imreliiise 11311 Umta'un tlio rullmvlim Hi
,,.,,,        . ...     .,..    .sliiiiiiiiiiii .Miii'ii I'i'i'iik. In
I"1
Duted Muy
NOTICE.
I lioreliy give nniii'i: lliul thirty iluys
There-is no longer any room :iT.\kk .wrier, uraii e.<s. Andrews
for speculation, us lo the future 1 r,-.ViVi'.iii,'i- 'i,..,-.-"i -^.. p..:-. t„"ino 'mi,*i»
ot Fori iSlenle.   Boosts may be|«>ni« tenKVrtmv inuinmuieiu,
liiathi by townsite boomers, ofUirave'doim'!   ' "\P
Sllielter sites llllll prospoetive Ami nintar mta noilm "'" num..
railroad locations, but tho Qnoon X"°is_iIXrtw™™"oii_iirovenieuUi.
City ot Easl  Kontenny pursues! I'-1'-**<"»'■
lhe even "tenor of her way, anil j "l"'.',_"".^ '"'Z' ''"'''.""
continues steadily   lo grow in MINERAL ACT, 1896.
population nnd wealth.     Sur-1 ""..»' "'■)
rounded by the .richest mineral     Certijlcct, of Improvi omits Artier,
region yet discovered  on   the       Maverick Mineral Claim,
American C'oiitment,inliabited by   suimricitatueraiaaim «ii_ti in uu fen
a thrifty and enterprising class; sp.-i-■.•ni-ue a   .,      v.   -.■■-■ -   ^
of business   men,   favored hy!,..,,,,, i-,.,.-..,.<..
Provldonce us the head of navi    AA    Z '       '-> .
galion of  the Koolonay river, ;.i;,..w'..,i,   ,,. „ r i, .■;•!-.' •  ■■■ mi u
being the term inns of all road-i|'":,":" "     -; !
and trails that lead through the';,'„„" i-i-,:.,!
snowy hills of this "Wonderland;   Ancl'"'""   .'   :,',:       '.'...    ^'
Port Steele  roars  her   younEr i ,.'.',.,",,i"., ,t,
head and proudly looks about1 *il; '■''■ ■'
1 ] [mil.i iiii-",'•:■ iiuv .,1 .iiinv i-i: ■::
her at the God given resources I	
' thai will forever support her in-1 Steele. We are also aware thai
habitants, Fort Steele is not n,t least 30<J 10 "iiiO men are in thv)
only the largest town in East mountains that have licenses
Kootenay, but il; is also the most.! froin other districts in British
important by long odds from a | Columbia, though not reported.
coinmevci.il standpoint1. It is! The Port Steele Mining dis-
the distribiitiiig ('entei- for Ihiskrict has an urea of over 0,000,000
vast lih'i'ilory of mineral lields:aci'os. Vast mineral deposils
which surround it. Prospectors]fiav-G been found, and there is
and miners from Pilot Buy to ample evidence to show lhat
Elk liver nro do]iendeiil ii]ion its I more can and will bo discovered,
merchants for supplies, and for '___-;._..jv...._...
mail: oonaotpinnUy   they  must     a .CREDIT TO JOURNALISM;
inata headi|uartei's wilhin tl
C'ertijlentr nf Impvovimnils Notice,
Good Luck Mineral Claim,
ilnul t.'i.'i- Miiivi'iill'li.iiii.silunli' 111 Un' I'l'l'l [idler (lute 1 IlllOlld l'iu|!l'l,y In Hlv ll'il'l I
siieir Miniiiciilvisli.il nf IMsi Ivuiii'iiny.      j t'nmmlssioiier   fur  it  lieense  lo  sell
'     ' '"■ "■    ' ""'M"lk; liquor liyri'lnll nu Uie i..v.iiis,',k„„w„
|.,,.c,, ns tin: "Crow's Nesl lluli'l" nenr lln-
.:..,.-'Klk river lirliij'i'I'l'iissine'.
'':'-. K. O, JKNNI.VdS,
, ,i,'l        Diii.'il'this.liih :ird. ISIIT. S3
3th, ISIIi,
NOTICE.
I'KIs lii'irliy llinn. Unit i
.i, 1 inilinii lnii,i,ity liilln' l
r nl l.llililn llllll Wnl'lis. [nr |
n.se lilii Ti's nl Imul .-iiuiiii'
in Uliill'liU ul I'.iisi Kniiliiii
. |ili,.l llllllltoil IH llll' slllllll
•IS
■OS  iif  liiiul  sitiiuli'd   iiii Six Ml
iil'ook, west of St. I'luv'eue Mission, lie-
K'iiiiiintl' ut,  tlio   NVV.   I'liriier   post,
lilniiliid ulioul one hull mile nortli of
tli'.- pui'k trull on weal, side of the orook,
running' tlienee SU chs, H, tlienee -ID elis.
Ill, tlienei'SU rlls. N, tlli'llee  III
Tlie Inltlul post holiur N, VV, eovuor,
P. 1'. NOUlll.'llY,
H'm, Tiiiimson,
(ll'ST. '1'llllsH,
ilio Cllll'f ClllllllliSSllllll'l'
fur a siii'i'lul lii'iiiisii ni nil
Sl'I'lllI'llllh'liOllI Illllll
|i;ii8i'iCuoiiiiiii.v itis-
.'. to wit; Ciiiiiineili'lnviil. ii [lost llllllltoil toy Uio Sulltviin Trull on llm Nortli sliln ul
Mnrli i i'l'l'l: itliiuil Ji nf ii mill' siuitliinlst uf lliu
ll,i|iv iiilnri'iil I'luiui. Kiiiiniiii.'llioiivi'ivvst lui'ly
i'IiiiIiin. Il'i'iii'i'sniilli liii'l.v Vilnius, tlii'tUT. uusl
sixty i'liiiins, llinn'" sniilli lui'ly i'IiiiIiin. Ilituii'i'
■In ells. | mm! sixty i'liiiins, lliuiii'i) luirtli mm liiunli'iiiliiiiil
lis. W. uvi'iuy I'IiiiIiin. iIii'ihii, wivsl, sixty vliiilns, tlllllu'tl
Uinilli lui'ly i'liiiins. lliinicv wiisL tii-inily Hindus
I In lllllt'O (if ImulllllllllJ, I'lilllilllllllKlHIi.llllTls llllll'U
Duted Mnvil'HIi. 181(7.
Nl I'l'li'I'I.
I'„i'i
e notire
hilled  in llie Chief (
11 .nods itinl Works (or
: itinlior tin llie tollpivlni
1, ultimied mi n
liiver. Ill I'llllll
Irh't:   lleghnilug nttli
Alii'rl Hunks' iin-i'iiiii
.UIU! line liiiniii'i'ii I'lllll
lieri
uf loin
MiirCs
■IH
I huve nji
lisilllllll'l' 11
If ll'
llilh'il .llinn 111. ISIIi'.
. 1>. llou.is.
r iiiiii Ti'misiiroi' uf iliv
Siilllvnn Mliilns t'o
fill
■ilied lile
i'lli side
ICoolotil
SK. rn
ton, llioi
,, ttioni'i
if St.
Dis-
1 !:!(!'
I hunk
N'nlii
NOTIl'I'l.
hereby givon tluu thirty
'(lays utter dnte. I lotoiid to iipply lo
I lav Colli Ciiuiiiiinsiiuii'i' fur :i lii'iiisv in
J sell liquor hy retail on tlie premises
taowii aa tlio C'oeur d'Alonoa Hotol ul
jWi'siporl.
S'l'KVK YlH'.NI'..
!    Haled July ,'.111. 1-1-7. .'i.'l
NOTICE.
slxly
lllell
lilt
Cl
hereby
or dull' 1
um'.-.sin
•mission
give nottee, lliul stvlj
iil-iul In upply lo the
er otsLiinds und Wor
le iiiu'i'hii-i' Wi) nor
duys
Chief
,s I'll!'
'•is:h
I'll
llllll, I lllUllV HIISl
llllll
me liiiudvi'il illld twoilty i'liiiins In
nf Sl. Mitry's tilvor, tlienei' wesl
im: liniili of SI. Mury's Rivor ((10!
I'llnills, llli'live norlli forty eliuilis.
- west fn.'lv eliiiiiiH, llii'iii'i: nortli
. In pliiv.
nf he
I'. I'
.uitiiiie',
llllllAN.
■IS
ill situated in 1'iiist'
i.,1 pus.
XOTICE,
Deled till
iil'ili'r. tin
ll) ehuins
,1.11, Umgl
luvof Muy.lSDT.
I'l'V rrvvk inul
Sl   ,),.,
NOTICE
''''"' """'
1 niiililily In tli
vis mui Works
OliliT Ci'tuitii"'-
or pormi^stun to
"I'lvVl. UllVlV
sii'ii't, un tin- ini
■ nn. mill n hl,,[
iillul post Imln,
v (In i-lniins wv-si
■ On i'llllin* oust,
Ui f
mil
Uu
UK'!
the*
jrk of Smid
s trom the
Soulli oust
co In clin-Iiiti
L-c Iii i'hiilns
llllll Ul |llO
Dulol lhis
e of I'oiiimeik'ivliiimt.
W. J. LANOLEY,
liili.iliij'of May, IW.            Ill
NOTICE
1 hereby
ttV'c tiattcu tliat
Oi
tluys uftor
cf Coitunis-
unuisKioii to
C on Moyeu
il duMfribiia
iliili'tcd lv.iU
idu iiiiiirtcr
nu north Pi)
no Hontli So
mini of lie-
)j NOTICE.
'|    1 horoby give notieo llinl sixty ilnys
'idler ilule I iiilenil lo upply tnlheCliiii
' 11 'iiiiiniissionei' ot I .iinds und Works for
; permission to jiurehuse  lino hiinill'od
' | und sixty ueres of iiiisiirvt'yed unit un-
lu'i'iipied luml Crown Lunds situated nu
Tiiie)' Creek in Fort Steele Milling; Division.   Dog-inning' ut u post plunted
close to Tracy Creek nt the loot of tlie
mountain nnil nbout live miles from
Wusu, being' the NU. eorner: thenee
south -10 chains, thonoo west -10 ehuins,
thenee north 10 clinins, thenee oust-Ill
ehuins to pluee of beginning',
Geo, it. Scott,
Duted Mny llltl), 1811", -IS
NOTICE.
Public notice is horoby given that
sixty days after date wo intend to apply
to the Honorable the Commissioner of
hands anil Works for permission to purchase three hundred and twenty ueres
of unoccupied Crown Lands situated on
the wesf bank ot Klk Hiver, I'lust Koot-
'.oniiiionciiig at thc.soiilhoust cor
gales of Steele, There is no argument then, patent lo lhe common judgment, why Fort Steele
will not he the leading city ot
this great district. The rail road
Canilot escape us, il It tries, as
pulilic.  onloi'prise stands ready
On lust h'riday a big bundle of
reading matter enclosed in a
most artistic book paper cover,
on whicli were engraved the
the handsome faces of fourteen
genuine southern beauties, who
were representing ns many
stales, nt. the Confederate Voter
today to tap il, tit itn.v point in »»8 Reunion held in Nashville
,',         .    ,.                          us n special event nl   the leu
case the iniHn line goes soino-|',,       '  •
vvhero else.   This, coupled with
the filet' that we are at lhe head
nossee (.'oiitontiiitl Exposition;
reached The Prospector iillice,
and was thoroughly read and
of navigation, will'give tiiriiiiiutl appi'ecialuili II was a copy of
rates nnd guarantee eoinpotiUdn. tll«* Nashville tStiiinor, published
,„,    .    i i . ,. • ilul. Nashville, Twin., and edited
1 ho mace i (il lirngrpNH is nn und ,        ,       ,,   ,,        '   ,   u..:,i:...,,
1   , by   une  ol   the  must  brilliant
tiaimot he flloppinli the new era   '
Is about to dawn, that will niiilio
I'Yn't Steele the Empire (lily of
East ICoi 11 en ay i
MlNMALS   (1AL0KB,
-1,770 OlaiuiS Reoordfid in thfiPort
Steele Mining Pintriot.
Wl'ilers ill lho Sillies, assisted by
nn able stnlfi The NnsliVillo Ban'
nor is the lending journal ol' the
Southern Stales and its' special
edltioiii gotten out in honor of
lhe "Iluys in Cre.v," who are
gone, and those who are loft lo
tell the Inle, wits a mngniiiflent
specimen "f thorough journalism.
A   ME  NAILED,
As till lihswoi' lo the iriili'ny    The following paragraph   is
hcurriloiis slateiiii'iits wi'itteii in taken from the New York World
Albert Banks.
Daied ;H Fori Steele. 13. I '•■ this 'i-lth
luy of.I une. A. D.. I.S117. 52
ft  •,%Pf°\,~
PIWV.tNCtAL SI'lCUIOiARV'S
OFFICE.
HIS UuMOI.'K the Lieiiti'iiant-tlnv-
i-in ".li.i: been ph'iiseil to imiko tho
following iipnoiiitiiient.
21lr.l Mui'Cli, 181)7.
IIUIIII WATT, uf Fort Steele. 13s-
i|uirei Mi IL, to lie I'.esident Pliysieiiiii
at the suid place, und u Coroner within nml lor the Fast Kooteniiy lileetoral
Disiiii'i, vine Charles MoLean, lis-
quire, i\'. Bi. resigned. till
NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby givon lhat sixty days
after dute I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lunds and Works for
permission to pun-huso llll) ueres of Inndi
on the Lower Moyle liiver und hotter
described ns follows: Commencing at
:i post, planted one hall mile down
Stream from bridge und nbout, one
quarter of a mile west of the'River,
. ,,.     j thence eust W clinins. llienee south 40
I'Ugitnl imil* Ikineral resburceii: '\V 11. Swartotih, travelling j ..haine, thence west 40 elmins. thence
llf lliti Poi't Steelo Mining div- represehlative of a Chicago min ;m,',.tll'.j,i ,,,,„:,„t,,,,,,,,,, 0f beginning.
isloli, We furnish the following i"«',1"-K:,.lin'7   S?U,J,SJ»'I ^°|   Dated lhis.Ituio 30th, 181)7.
,        .    .    , .        ,    ,v,       f has been m lh" run Steele (lis- ,„■„„ ,. n„nw,'    m
Uala, oolained froir, the Record- j tl.loL ,,|,,,„, M„m,|,s supervising  ..  " Z . !'"
iiv's oltic*;. | the coiisti'iiction of a small min-j NOTICE'.
Prior to the 1st iluy bi'.iamiary.' ing   plant,   talked to u  Unite.;   ......     .       ,.    ,]rl0 ,10 (1
18117, there were 870 claims loca :^'f'-^ «T«'er the other day. \      »'"'> ,Mimil„(1 ,lv M aP(
led in thte district: 1)0 par cent.    J?"  ,mr f"?'"0^     fit Commissioner of Lands nnilWork, tor
, ,        , .      , ' , out  ul   wiirk nnii  venturesome I ,    . . .,
Ol these claims have pertormed!(.'ll]1!0nsl)f smnn m„ans l0 stay p hecuso for the purpose of prospoeiing
lind recorded Iheir assessment] away from lirilislT Columbia,' j lor onion laud sitiiiUeimte north
work, showing Hint the locators j said he, 'Everything from min-rl,'e '" '""'' j) "^'"J J'^j-j j« h ™ *otior vi°
had faith in their locations. This 1*0*5 fom h) the nvocalion ..I a ^ ^,vti™ fl.um lhu sm,\h e,M
,,    , ., ,„,     ■,   .,     ,        .,. \va"lierw,iiii!iii I-ovei'itone. h""ls""" " ,      _     ,   ,:■
uf>
NOTICE.
TAii e KoTicli. sixty iluys unci' ilutf, 1 Inienil
to nr-ply to tlio Chief Conimlsslojilir (if Lunils .t
Works, tor lK'i'uitsslon to ],urilhnsu ulioul l-ll
neves of unreserved null uiionciipinil Crown
lunils. siliinii'il on emu biinli of Willi Horse
creek, Kusi Kooteniiy district. Hnuiniiliii: at
tliij north just corner of lot "ill I Wm. lluillic'l.
thenee KuliMl -111 forty chains, (licnci1. eust-111
lui'ly i'liiiins. tlmrnic north uliont -Jll twenty
chnlns to bivnlt el Wild lliil'Sii ci-cck. tlicncii
following hank of Wli-.: Hui'sc crock to r-luoe of
bcHliolllig,
K, F. CUMMINS.
Dated ut Fort Steele, lioth April, ISD7 4ii
'      NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Nortli
Star M ining; Company intond sixty days
utter ditto tti apply to the Chief Com-
missionoi' of Lunds and Works, for
permission to purrhusO 1(10 ncros of
unreserved and unoccupied crown lands
situated itt.McGirity orook, Fust Kootonuy, 13, C.
Beginning at a post pluood to the
south-west of tho Company's buildings,
thonce forty chains north, thence forty
chains east, thence forty chains south,
llioneo flirty ehuins west to place of bo-
iriiining.
North Star Mining Co,,
per Wi M. McLeod Curraii
iVgoiil.
'if,
Dated at Fori Steele, Ihi',
7lh,dltv «I May UHI7,
fact alotve tends io show lhe con-
lideiue  nl'  those   iinnrpv'.oi!  hi
jovev head.    Prosr
ihundred huve all
ecUii's by lhe'
t.h"y can do in!
en on    Why,
mining 'n this ilLslricl,
Since the 1st day of January, 'in our little commisary cunip w.,'""' ''
IW, there has boon 800 locations Iftrl Snm "■'}t0   m,onW liv" I"1" i'"'"""
s  ,        ,. , , , ,: _rv men ;t tin v.    Ihey were bon-
racowlod, nmkmg a grand lolnl j»J working^men,  'Thc  bobo|   m
'oi   Uni)  muiontl   locations i'R-j|(n0W(. bcitop Hum tn branch out '	
crtrded up tn tho 1st day of .Tuly, jin  that direction.     f«;tb"i' \s a
14»7.   Rotvveen iIip _"Ah nnd 28th I dru-g on tlm moi'kct/*'
nrtier ]]ii?ii. t-hiMif! funninjr SO uhitlris
ni'ih. 'h-iirf vuniiiiiu's" cbaiiis wost,
honoe.'SOijhttujs South'. tbencc^UohiiiinH
;;.'   'ij Iii:,''-'    df    i-l|illl:ir't"|.'t'ltll'.l"lt,    Otllll1
!'.. J. W.M.su.
t'hi- ifith April, 1S07'.
NOTICE.
day'of-June-, uicludnig Sunday.!    Wo ha^-c n^ hositancy in .-my   ";^ ^
ifler tluu-. I hHoihI Iti apply lo tho
i-r of Lantla and
there woro K'i iocattons recordea, inf,' that t-lvo above ariich* is false i vv0rks iur a lieense 1>w the purposo of
Vms giving fm'tluM'ovid'fihco thai Iin t-very partiGuiar From vthiWJ^roRjwctlnB for muI on lands, Kltuate
Vie country is not all staked, and Iwo oan loprn. no person by theion thc muth A<u- uf \U<- St Mary's
that there i.s plenty of ro'om and ^ nanm of W. C. Swarloui has ever. ^ a!'°,ut ,;hn'e ,!!,1,w(.w',w1; "Mh';H!';
1       *  . i . ! KiiL'eno Mission.    MarUnjj ii'ijid N. J-,*
_jood chanc'f's for th^ prospector boon in Lhe  hortbtPeh? district, ^y   r        ,;,,,„.,. vuiinintj HU ehalnft
jlo |nVvsn'6 hW eltpItirations,   An   and no fiinali mining plant )aii ,0lllj, th^nLV'W) rhniiiH w««t, tiieNCP fl-6
other far', p'orl'mo-ili lo the 'out
side worUI *■■* that at ttve present
time iVum'*- aVo I 500 prosjioetors
Iv, t-l  v<) I'ilMllH   OIIHt   Ml
iii!iH'iio-ih"ii!,    ('■■iiipi'ii'intf
been eonsi mo tod by himorhisb
company.   Th". gentleman
that which ts not iron, •'wblfuflyii1 L"t:,! cnviO.Mtw
In   the Wm stmVclnng fur tin111and maliciously,   or 'heroportor    !)n!(;(i tiij.t i:,ni April. IW.      H
precious inotal,   Beveti •himdrod has-m^'|'t\otod hittr.   HritishCol |, ...     . 	
hm\  -atg-liiy fottv  llcAnscfl   haVo nmbia in  tho  greatest mining- notick.
boon ^eourcfl ftt tlto i'ocoi'der's country 6n tho Atrteiican oonti-f Mie«^p|tfl! wiict-. mu. MtyAmm*
I n ..lut,'  | InMifHl U-a|l*|il,V In  lh« OlllOt Ut<li)inlH<
■6fli(JD H\wq th'n 1st. diiy of ,.lanu-j noiit, and the, rort,^\v<'\-- dislrict s,,,,!.-- .if Un-i- umi Warimforponni^ion to
■ary, IHU7, jmd t/t have beoiu'o lis ariflinfe and pro^rc_HiVo p(
1 horoby (rive uuiiioe thai. UatrtvY'days
nfter (Into I shall apply to lhe Gold
ComraisBionfM1 for a Heonso to soil
Ufjiiov hy I'flait upon tlie premises of
tho Moyie Uot'el, sltnatefl at Mo,\'ie
City, En-st Koutpriiiy.
.Iok V.Mn.MSHUUsrr.
DittetUuwSHIi, lHi)7. ;i2
NOTICE,
TIIK THAMWAY COMPANY INCOltt'OllA-
TION ACT n«ir>".
Wu, tlio iiii<Un'«inanl, i''niiili im luHun of S|io-
ittiui Iii Uio Stiiit- ot WiiHlitiiKtim, Mltihuf Opor-
lur, uml  Wult VViiit' <if Poi'i Mtuulti In tin;
'I'OVllU'llOrUl'ltlKljOlillllllbllL, lil'li llIT, Ilil'l-liV
IviMiolU'i) Unit \w hnvo niiiilt' ii]i|i!!i-i[tl(iii In
lit' Ki|-lM nil'nf Joint Slorli C'mil|miliOH lor III-
illi i!l'im|), Nortli HtiLi-iiml l-'nn Sit clu 'I'riiin-
viiy ('(iiii|i;iii,v fin' tin'  imriniHii ol InilltlliiK,
'iuilji-|iliiK iiiiiI mieriaiai** iruimmys, mul Un'
(Hihtriit'iliiji ami oniiliailmr iuIi-ijIioiio nml i,t*lu-
(iii|i|i llii.'slhi'iiiiiu-t'iiim tlicriiwiUi.
|   Thu iiuinis lniiwt'1'ii which ll Is pmiinHUil to
I imllil Midi irnmwuys, loloplioiH! ami tulc: i'|ih
IlliU'sunMis follows:
(ii), l^roiii u pitiirt on lho Wesl bank of tin1
KooU'imy rivor, Nui'tli of nnd nenr llio hh.iiUi
oi Si. Mary's liiver iuhI » point ni. or uour Uie
nimilhof Murlt L'ronU, in tlio Kust Ifootrnuy
nisiii'ii'i, iii'iiisiii'oiiinitiiu,
pi.) From it |)"iul nl or near tlio moulli of
Murk Cri'i'l; nforcsiilil inul a point, on or notir
iho Sumowall .liu-Hson Mlnorul Clulm, on Stilll-
viiu UIU In suitl KiiHt Kootenuy Dlsirloi,llrilish
Coliiiiiliia.
Tho general route of Uio suitl trmmvnyt* is
proposed io lie ns Tollows:
(n.) Oommeiieiiift ai a polnl on the West
imul*. oi" Uio Koolonay liivor, Norlli of. antl noiir
tho iiumlh of Sl. Mary's Hiver unci rmiiiin*-'
Wesierly atom: lho North lianlt of sitltl St.
Mary's liivor to n polnl ul or iiuiir the niotilli of
jrilrltCi'oolc,
(1),) Ooiniiioneiiitf atn point ut or nenr thu
inoinh of Murlt Oruolt mnl rniiniiin iilongornetir
(lie Imnlt of said Murk Oreek in n North Wost-
erly illiwtlon lo a imlm on or near the Stonewall .liieltrton Minonil Clulm on Sullivan UMI
uforosuitl.
lOtASK i\ lleiiAK,
Wait Waiiu.
Witness:   W.M. a. Horn
Duleiiul Fori Sleele. Brilisli Colunihiii. this
Mill tiny ot.Iuile, A. I.)., Mil.. 5H
NOTICK.
J herehy i:tvo notieo thut thirty iluys nfter
ilnte I intend to upply tolheOliiofOotnnilsslim-
erof l.nuds und Wnrlis Torn speelnl lieense lo
oul tlinhor on iho following doserlheil pleoo or
luiul In Km Koolonay tlinlrlel.   iicgiiiliitiK ut
u |ionl planted twenty eliuluti tusl from tho
north west eornor of Wult Wuile's iiro-eni|itlon
thonee one mile west. Ujoiicu one iimlnhnlf
miles north, thonee nm! uillo oust, thenee ouu
uml a hull inttos south to pluco of huif I lining.
It, I). Muthor.
IJak'd.lnnu IHth, law., r>1
NO'J'IUH.
Is hereliy given Unit 1 MiiruurolO, Iforrlgun
IntonO to apply to the OlilefOomuiltisloneror
Lunds nnil Woi'lui, Vleloiin, for ponntsslon to
piiii'hlise Il'jll urres of luiul. Ooinnu ueilig ul my
soitlh eitsU'iirnor siitnitod'iiielinlns northoriho
HoutJi west eornor of W,.-*U,'i>lllor's|iro-euipilo»
tlwiico running 'in chains west, thenee Hi) chnhiN
north, Mionce IDeliiilmi east, thonee till ehuins
soulli tn polnl of conimi'iH'uucnl.
Miirgui'iilC. luirrlifiin.
Diilnl.hiuolMhJUlir. f>l
NOTICK.
1 herein'givo m.tleo Uml ihlriy days nfter
duio I lntoud to apply to the Olilof OomininHioii-
i'f ni 1,-iiiitl, nml Works lor u spiHU lleonso Lo
cut linihor on tlu; following doserlhoii ploeo of
liuiilln ISnsi;Koolonny dlsliiet. ilcglnnlng ul
u post planted twuniy chnlns eusl Irom tlio
norlh west, eornor of VVnil Wnde's pre-empt Ion,
theneo - list one in Ho. ihcnco north one uml a
hull mlies, thoneo west one mile, tinmen sunlit
no und u hull' miles lo pluco of heirlnulng,
F. A, Jones.
Dated .1 unu Ifttb. IHll*. M
PARIJAMKNTAHV NOTICK.
■TUI'. 'I-HAMWAY OOMPANY INOORFOHA-
TLON AOT Ifimh
Notice is hereby clven that npiilic'utlon will
be matto ut tho next session of ilio Loglrslutlve
Assembly for tho, Province of ItrltlshOolmnhln
for un Aelintthorl/ing Uie incorporation of a
Coinpuiiy to titaistriiet and opornto u lino of
Railway comnioacing nt some point on-tho line
rof.loi tSi of the Koutomiy Valley lot the uiliisii Oolumbia Southern Uuilvuy
(blhenvisif known us lho erow's Nesl Pass
Railway) nearest tho lown ot Fort Stoole Iii
Kust Kootonuy and thonee through the sahl
town of Fort Steelo nnd ihoTruey ureeltdls
trlet io sumo point no Wui'ii creek with power
to oporute lhe said Hallway either by means
Land (".Vs. html, thenee west -10 ehains
to lut 821 i thenee smith M ehains.
thenee east-10 chains, theneo nortli 80
Ohaiits tu place of eommeiieeaiflnt.
GKO. Bi VVATBON,
John V, Wamckh,
Geo. UoooAiiTii,
Jay UsiiKit.
Dated Fui-t Steele, May 15th, 1807.    -18
NOTICE.
I hei'eh,v glVe nottee that sixty days
after date I intend to apply to the Chief
O'oirpiissionei* of L'Mula and \Vi_irks for
permission to piii'^htwe tluee hiiiitU'ed
and twenty acres of unreserved und unoccupied Urown lands situated on _t.
Mary's Elver iu .East Koottinay Distriot. beginning at the SW. eorner of
A. M, Met. Meaclien't- pre-oraption.
thenee north eighty chains, thenee
west forty ehuins, thence south eighty
chains, more or less, to bank of St.
Mary's River, thence following bank of
St. Mary's RiVer to place of beginning.
Wait Wa_>e»
Dated May 27,1H!)7. 48
NOTICE.
1 hdi-oby givo notice that sixty days
after dale 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commiwiunoi' of Lands and Worlis for
permission to purchase thirty acres of
land situate on St, Mary's River in
'.East Kootenay District, beginning al
the SM-. corner of A, W, MoL. Meaeh*
en's pre-emption, thence south (25,00)
twenKy-liv*j ehains, uiore ur Iobs, to
bank of St.1 Mary's River tlienee following up bank of St. Mary'a Rivor tn
a post, on smilliern boundary of A, W.
Mcli, Meuclieii's pre-eiuptlon.
H, LANli.
Dated May 27, l&tffc 'IH
MOTIClil.
N'Utiee is liereli.y givon that M days
aftei'date I intend to make application
to llie lloiiorable, tho Chief Coimnis-
NOTICK si*enerof IjiindHimd Works foruKpoeial
,' ,     lUiciiisn to cut and carry away tinihcr
NoUol; ip lierebvirivoiiUml si>iy days aDi'r ■ ,       ...      . .        .. '     .      .
duteJ intend to apHy lothothief tommisnlon-1 f"""    ^   ^llowilif"'  dCHiribod   lands,
orotlun:lsnmlworlts (or pcrmtssltin to pnr- sitiintod about two milfsoast of l'aclt
chase itWiiei'oso(.iin«urvf,ved and nnoeenpled | Jirlclgc on Klk Rivet", Kust Kootenai*,**
DlBt.riet; eonumincing atHstake planted j
istend of limit where tho monh-
llUKt
Cominoneltitf at the
-nniu;'-' hind on Mnr'It
stcuin or oleetrio powor, also with powor^o
eonstroel uud operalo a tolci'ruph or telephone
line in connection with sneli Hallway nml with
nil other usual powers, rljibis und privileges.
Dntod at Fort Steele tills "Oh Juno. IHI*.
John C'asuuiki.Ii.
Soliettoi' for applleants.     It'
NOTICE.
1 hereby tiivo notieo Unit 1 havenppliwUoni
special lifjens'- tornttiinbor on thnJuUowiiip
described land in the Fort Steelo district of
Kust Koolonay. vir.: eoniniencltn: nt the north
west eornor of C. P, K. block No 1110, theneo
norlh to Uoitovunu norlh on-t corner, thenee
west HO chains, thoneo north fill elmins. thonco
oust 80 chains, thoneo Hoath St) ehuins, thence
eust ti» ehuins. thenee south iWcliuins more or
less io iiuHUcrl.'.' limit of Mild block MO; about
.HlOucretj.
A. W. McVllTlE.
Dlilcd iliii- ?Ui dliy of Juno, ISA", -Id
NOTICE.
Talto notieo, thai hixty ditys (iftor duto I
shall nppl,V to the Ohlof CoininlsBionor of Lands
nml Worlis for the, purchuso of lho followlnu;
described hind. fieitinnlbK nl ti post planted 80
ehuins uorth of ihe north oust corner of lol IS!
mon)) i, ihi'iiee. wesi su chains ion post on easl-
ern bnundmy of loii'sti.iiroiip 1. thenee north
tn tho north oast, cornor of suitl lot-121, t/roup I.
Ihoneo following lho banlts of Uw; Bt. Mary's
Hlvor to lho norlh wesl corner of lot HHU. uroup
l, thoneo south to tho south west cornor of said
lot ltWl.jrroup I. theneo eust to tlio soulli oust
eornor of said lot HMI. [/roup l, theneo soutli to
tho south west corner of lol I'lli. uroup 1, thonco
ensl lo tho south eust-corner of said lol ISU,
uroup 1. thenee soutli li chnlns und iHl Units tn
the. polnl of beshinlnir.
John SucUsmllh.
Dated this slut day of June, tsur. M
NOTICE.
We hereby «lvo notice Uml sixty duys nftrr
dute wo Intend to upply to tho Ohlof Commissioner of Lands nnd Worlts for permission to
purchuso>!•.!!) acres of land moro or Ions sitnutotl
In Fast K'ooU-iuiy dlsirioi. fl. t'. Ik'tfiiiulbfi nt
n post soillh west corner of Walt Wudo'x puiv
ehftso clulm on St. Mary's rivor vi ehuins went
of moulli of Murlt creok runniiut thonco north
su chains, wesl ill ehains, suuUiWIuliiiius lost.
Mary's river, ensl tUohtf St. Mury's river to
plueo or boalnaltif,'.
F. M. f'.. NnKftlil
F. M, C..XuPDll)5.
Joseph 'I'ralnnor.
K. U. "MfiDonnld
Uuted Jiiiie Uth, Ibfl". M)
liOTlCE.
1 hereby i:ive notieo that thirty days after
dute. 1 intend to upply io the Commissioner of
Lunds und Worlts for n special license to eul
i imbcr on the following ilewribed pleeo of lund
situate oli Miirltcreoli in Fust Koolonay district
I), C. BeylnntnK at u posl on lho trail, on this
oast side of Murk ereelt nbout S!G miles from
the momli of >,nid crook. Uunnlnn thonoo north
forty ohaiuH, thouec-wostoii!lily eliiiins, theneo
soutli one hundred nnd uvetity ehuins. theneo
east oinhty cliulns, iholiiie north olchty ehuins
to placo of betfimiiuit. OontninlnB OtW acres.
Wait \VauB,
UAled .lane t.Mh. KW. N)
NOTICt.
Sixty duys aftor dale 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lunds and Works
for pormission lo purchuso tho followint; described lunds sltwinctt in Kust Kootonuy district. Ueiilftuinti at tho uofUi west bonier of
Lot M, ilieuco east alouK the north boundur.v
of said lol foris' ehuiim, thonee north ii.iri
ehuins. thence west B.30 eluilns to thenouth
oust corner of lol 311. theneo continuiiiK west
along that bomidury of lot :t!l, HfJ.lli elmins lo
the north eust eornor of lot :!8, llioneo S. tilont?
the oast boimduries of lot US niid ii to pluee ol
cuimnein!ement.rmd eontulniuKaw ucres more
or lossi
Fi'f;.lritU ,U Ilnnen.
Duted this tlih June, isiir^ -It'
NOTIG5.
I herehy i?lvo noMeo thul sixty days aflur
duie 1 lntoud to upply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds und Works lor permission to piir-
ehllHU eleven ai'i'os more or Jeff of mioecitpled
and unsnrveyotl Crown lunds uoitr Fort Sleele
In Kutii luioleuiiy dlstrlet, lieiiinnrnp al lhe
north wfist corner of Lol :>l Group |, TUouco
east lo south wesl eorner ot Lot IHM. llienee
uorth 3d chains to north wesl corner ol lot 10(11,
llroup I. thonoo west to b.nlt ol Koolenuy
rivor, thoneo folloWiiiK Intuit of Kootonuy river
to pltiec of bet'lunii.
IC, A Ct>.Mtlf.
Uuted thic Hth Juno, IMir.
*»l
chulrrs north, thenee
cliniiif sbn'li, llienci
■Mh-llili
roelt, ihetic
west, llienee -Ul
cufit io initial
ii)|
Dnted May 3rd. W.
iU L, wCm'K.
1 laud l1i.uii.ted on Me
'ir! (,f [''»..(, Kootcnny
lant.-'lul.theso-.ilhwVc
'corded ns ih^Vicd Inmi tKifCcT'cnl. tion of snid   British   Ubrumlmt, ^omineneiiinnuipw
■parts oniniisliCol'uinltW \Vhioh Will;, by il.s showing iii Um j "'"■»" €<: r -^ - %- i t_-, • *-^ i»». * i ^_*««- ij.^ *^_* ^ * J !***",'
TllO   IthoVc.    Ut'c   "hohit ■Jlclfi"  UOftl' 'futVU'Q, hurl back thc  false--  i,n,lfl',L   'tn^X ■■! chulnn weM   Onincu '
XmiU :ft;'f'UI'(|(l ity The V\ O'PpdftloV ) hOOd*      lftl<l    by     unscrupulous ehaimt (loftU to point of fclartlnfj.
M t*liv» •i^.ci)riling olliee ii f^Vl/.W^Vs'-iC a l^faVoj^drogior'.     /jbHVni'tf,.ia4''itu,'iwM w
NOTlC'lv,
Notice 1> hen.-by jjivon that, sixty da,y.« uUor
dute, Tin tend to apply lo the Cidof Crtmmis-
si^iev of Lands und Works for pcmlssion to
purchuso E'o acres of laud m'ore ov lo^Si ooui-
DrhinV an Hlnnil in the Kootonuy rivor -op-po-
utUi the now townsite culled Wai'dnor.
'I'honut'- Anderson. Clre(.'tf.
Oii'to'ii, Mny il, W", '15
'NO'l'lCli!'.
I Ivlvhy givo notion that sixty, (lays
alter iline I intonil in apply   lo tho
Chluf  Cnnuuissioiii'i'  of    LiiihIh   nnil
Wnrks, for ppi'inlnfrion lo ■jturohitno unu
Imuilroi'l   anil sixty iou-oh |V*ht'bsft)rvu'i;l'
Crown 1-iuiHh, Hi'titialoil nn tho north
1'jnnlt of Ht Mary's Uivn'\ \i\ OS  t>o.Kin:
1 ttlug lit a post utlit'Uiiil I'uiith caul, o'drnor
j 100 frol, fi'tmi liivor ami about M) mllof
from  %H Slonh.',  IKomft)   north -10
lohfi-ioH, thonoo 40 uh'iinn wt's't, thonoo
|.10ohiiinKsijiitli', fhonHi iiilon^lln;vlyisr
' to plilco hi hi'^inniiiji'.
\V. O. MCKINNON'
C%Wl VM<- .!# Ili-tli, lHf>,        <'1 .,
tain Joins tlio Klif tti vor and extoiuUnii
easlovl.y about _()(* ohulns to a point
whora tho mouiilaili ami K1U Rh-or
again join, l^ing' Imundoil on th. north
by thu imnmlaiu nml un aouth by Klk
Rivor, uoutaiiHiiif about 700 uorus.
\V. W. i'^vLIS.
-OatOt'l May _£nt1, IHII7 48
I horeby^ivo nottuo that thirty day*.
a'i"i-'T (Into I tntonfl tti apply tu lho (lold
CommisBioiU'r for a lioonso to hull
H-jiioi' by f*otn-il oii Uio promlsos known
ari tho Koolonay IlOUso at tho. {VmvV.
Nosl, Puns LaiiiliiiK -on the ICooton'ay
Itlvor.
l')tiWd this ^lltlnlay Of .1 une. I«!)7.
Da-^ifKl-. Hfii'ltnoy,   fi„
MO'TlCK.
I horoby nivo nntiu". that (hh'l.y ilayit
nftuj' (Into I intond to apply to tho (.lold
l'onimisHkmrr for a 1teenrfu Wb*_ 1*1 llt|iior
by retail oii the proinisos Unowo us tivft
Kilt Hmiiso, on thV. Citiw's NuiA trail,
north of tho paolt llrlrlgo On Klk -Iwvol's
vl)ht..H this aSH.li day'o'l .Jtmu, \ft$%
■Ai^-ir.'Wol'(r-(i>K   m
NOTICE.
1, Vnletillnr ll.vde Hitherhorultf Blvohollee
thul I liit.-end to imilu: iipplieuitoii t'i purchase
sixty 'dill5-', utter thli, date nil Umt puree! uf lund
stunned ur* follows* Stinalait from Hie south
west corner of lot Uf ISit'd Kouteituy, tlienee
ruunfni*; w'ohI half a mile, titeiicf^ north om' mile
UlUW.U uusl hulf n mile,, thenee stHit» to th'.-
pnlnt ol eomnioneoment making IWO acres more
ur lew.
V. HVlUS HAftlM.
Diit-ed tltlii Mh June, IWIT» 49
NOTICE'.
I herehy ul'e nollee, Unit sixty du.vV utter
rlaie, I liii-iiii t,oiVpiil,V Lo Vlio Chief t'umlals-
i-lonor of LatKts and Worlt's for perhilysioh to
|HU'tHiino Piu iicre:-1 of land,
tiiiko In Uie illntrlel or Must Kootenuy, (.'one
NOTICE.
Notice ifi horehy.t'Ivun that I am applying
to the t'ltiof Coinmi-ssioner of Lands und Works
for u specini license to eill Umber on the follow*
iiiL- described land. Coiiuncnctni*-. ui ihe easterly
limit of C. P. It block :UJt whefe the Inltlul post
has been planted, ubotit a mile front the sotub
limit of ■"'aldbluclf". llienee south sixty ehuins,
tlienee east one hundred imtl sixty ehuins,
theneo nortli sixty elmins. Ilieuee west one
hundred and slxly elmins to lihtee of ijeKinnin^.
U, C IJAttKKH.
Ilnled Juno ICth, IWff; fin
NOTICE.
Moiteo is hereby given thai siity daj's nfler
dute. J intend to upply to idle Chief C'ommisstun-
ur of Lf.hds tmd W'urlts for permission to pur*
chase iho following deserihed area of land, sit-
uuled in ISust Kootenay dlstritit, described us
follows, Hei*iiinitar at the north east eorner of
Aiiftiw MacLeods pre-emption, tlience east
forty chains, thenee south roriy ehuins. thencu
west forty chains, thenee north forty chains w
the place of ln-idiming. Containing ono hundred and sixty acres innTo or less.
Mil li'iim Mile  Oi!U>.
Dated ,lu«(i Nth, irtu. fid
NOTlGEv
I hereby «iVe notice Utui sixty .lays nftor
dale, J Intend lo apply to Uie Clilvf Commission'
er of Ltmils and Works, for perntinslon to put"
eiiuse thin ueres of load situate (Mi Ht. Mary's
river lo Must Kootenay dlstrlet li. C. 1-tcuinidntf
utu posl plumed m-ttr the Miulh i^auV nl SiMury's
river. o|iposfte tho soulli eusl covnur of II,
LattO's application lo purcliu.se, theuue south
forty tftuilr.!", theneo West, eltdtty ehuins. thenee
nortli forty idmlns lo buM< oi rivor. llienee foi'
iowitjtf.'toWJi ihe siiuie to pttice of bevltinliiK.
Dontaiallip IWdnerw* more or less.
|.'rco Allours Cerlllleiiii.. tfTuild.
V. V. HodAft
Ualed.taooirith. ikt- m
NOTICE,
I herelVv liiife notice Umi thirty tl^va after
ihte.I ijitiuo iouppl,v totheChterCoinnilssion-
uriif LmulKinid Works Iur ii special licuiiho to
cut Umber on tlie following deseribed pleeu ul
mud situate tn Kant Kooteimv dititrlet. HchIii.
aiiK' nl a post planted ou tlio North stur road
near Met-Uul.v'!i, theiitm east. el«ht>' olniiiis.
thonoo sout.li one hundred and tweu^vi'bulni,,
ihence wesl cltfht-v eluiJns, tlienei) north unu
hundred and twenty ela^fts to jduco of be|jln>
alfifi.
Uu*.
Oli PihKh,
d ,hmo Wli, IHift
BI)
NOTICE
I liefoby Wc aotte tl«u tsiUf1 days nftef
koii\i*pllciitlon to ptirelmhc
nll Umt pariiul .of luiul al. l.'ulnior\s I iur Creek
ine-iUfiiiKiitu posl pliinti'd al "the soulli west j crosMiu.', described us fullmvn:  "Commeneliife'ut
-10 elmins Hast, theheo -lo chains
north, fliem'e 1o ehains west,,U>eneo lo chains
south to point of lietjiuniiii;.
K, Hlyt-iu'ils.
Pitted thfe I'M-h day of Muy. ISIIT. -Ill
I lvi2r_hy Rive notlnvj that 1 hnvo up-
plioil 1,0 tho- Ohiof (Mni^niissionor of
LnAdH itiul Woblcs for a lloonso lo out
timhor on tlio PoHowln^(Usi'itlnKl ploeo
of land, HiiAliVtc on mirth sUta of St.
Mavy's Hlvor, in Ritel. Koolonay -I'Jl^*
Iriet, bo^iiiiiln^ at this NH, oorU'Vi' of
Al'lTert liitnkH' pri;-oni|)lii-m, 'th-heo,
wont ono itiltl one-half niilOV, thtSiifW
north Out' inil*". them'o ouvt 'o'n^ nnd
iHiti-half miles, tlienoo h'OtiVh one mile
lo lilai.'o of libtflnnlnjf.
H; -T.ANH.
be inltinl pout netir the trull eroKsiiii* ut snid
I'u-liner's Hnr ereelt and mnrhori ".s»iuh*oust.
poKt," thofice north eliflny chains, theneo wtwl
eighty ehnli^, iheneii sniuh el-^nty elliila^
■thonco cum- Wfuii.y elmins io tlm *ild inltlul
-poht, und eomprlslai; IH,| acres uinro or lesft,
HtNiii \\',\rv,
,   Daied tUfw lolh.-ISIIi', mi
NOTICE,
>'otU''.Ms horoby kIvoh Dial t the Under'
KlBlVtJil. I f'tond. nix iy f\w nf lef da te. t o u ppi <
lotheChterVonimlssluiairot Ltmd" A Works,
Victoria fur permission to puroluis.- ffn.il urn-
of inml on \<'imii en.'Vli, eianmeuMna at the
sotiih oust■I'lH-ii-er'-.i loi Jillr|. t, |h,,'.flo nomlii-J
nm to life in-rUieiwicu'iieror lots. x,t). |,
•Hioni'i! 'Jochiitffy nortli to tliu fnx-iii west Mvuvt
df K SunftliiH iire'-ctnpiiou.'Mieiiei. M,<fe<Wiiiln* ■
'lo Wiiwi >'i'k". thenee follortlfifS Uto^o Mmrf-
to a potrii mi the on Hurt) boundary ol -loVflilf, ti
1, theneefollowlnp lhe sui.*! birnndul-y hdu'th'i*
poifli iA (iommeiiceiHoni.
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DIAMOND   JUBILEE HOSPITAL1
The Ladies Are Making a Very
Thorough Canvass.
The Hospital Will Be Completed
at an Early Dato.
A meeting was held Monday:
iifieruoou in the schoolliouse, fo '
lho purpose of discussing and
ilevisinu the besl means possible
for securing lhe funds sufticienl
for lhe completion of the Diamond Jubilee Hospital of Port
Steele, ihe corner stone of whicli
was laid the ilJiul of June. Mr.
ll. L. T. Galbraith presided ami:
llinolii.' those present Were:
Dr, Hugh M. Wall, Mr. A, W.
Bleasdell, Mr. W. M. Tiles Mr.
('. I'\ Vonosta, Mr. Barnes and
M.'siiaiin". Bleasdell, Tllus, Lev-
eft, Binmore ami Misses Bailey
nnd Prizzell.
Afler considori uli disc issiou
lis. io ihe In st 11,11 j.- of j'l'i,v. .,1 ire,
il was dually < I - - - i > i * d ;.i upp ilul
a committee ol Indies io I hor-.
oughly canvass iin1 lown, and to
scud communication.- n sking foi
aid to such parlies as are directly Interested in lhe outcome of
the movement. Colonel Baker.
Mr. Bostock and oilier public
oflicials will lie communicated j
witli, iw will also ail merchant!
who sell goods h: :i,:s district.
The committee appointed was!
composed ol Mrs. Levett. Mrs..
Hinniore. Mrs. Bleasdell, Miss
Bailey nml Miss Frizzed, and tho
work was begun al once, thoroughly in earnest.
The Indies have met wilh success and will have no trouble in
raising lhe money required to
complete the work.
The Diamond Jubilee Hospili
is a young instil u,ion of mini I
and worthy of c illsidei'ation on
any one's pari.   Th" committee,
should iie helped and helped lib-
sary to call on outsiders; bul that
erally, so lhat it will nol 'ne uoees
we can  be able  lo say thai lhe,
"Diamond   Jubilee Hospital   was'
constructed by Fori  Steele cap ,
ill,!.
The need ol u hospital in Fort j
Steele is of course apparent to
eVery one, as Ihere is not one in
lhis immediate section, and con ■
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which to care for sick or injured £ -*.    I.JLlCH \J I-&*J_J_3 •§
people. Ij*~ _S
The location of llm hospital Is £"g" "3        « WW ~°
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les, overlooking lhe lownsito on 5~ -      -      -....._ "^3
one   siile   and   lhe   nietiiresiiiie K _J
Wild llui'se,ni the other; will
Inagnilk'ciil   grove  of lirs  s
rounding il.   There i.-, ccrlaii
no more ipiiel or pi'i'ltim- pi:
for a hospital llinn llm preseiil j*~
lo..:ituin. E Mrs,   Levett    F>rop
ll Ims h"i'ii li'iiriind sin,-:' weii   "
lug the n hme 1 lm' the commit  |~
has doi'" very  well  indeed, inn
Ullll slll'liclell'    I'mi'l- i'  e in sigh
io start ii." work ;.   -.nnii a.- it i
possible I :v"  ih"  lumber.    »    at   /n*.^ >?£_>    (
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IBOPPOSITETIIE STEELE HOUSED
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First Block nf lii,;;;ii! Share."- now offered
to the Public ul ::?!-.! cents per '-hare
Applications may iv sent in the Sccre-
tary, <.. V, \ cnii-si-:.
Ten \--y. .::!ii in ca li must accompany application
o 9 Kim Deny, ts,
Noiv uirtor managoinont of -,s.1.„MKr
C.   P,   SEAR S,
Is ready for lhe accommodation of the
tiyAVElixi:; public. . , .
PRO DV
The Big Four Plant Des1
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three ■. • -   from   tin
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lho engineer lo rered.
io ihe boitom iv noiif;
b.'.|..ii" of tin   dangei
Wrlghl •""..    the 1
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signal   • ,      ',•   • .'
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ll the lop.!         ,(A'""'"':
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eliiiih up i.'"i he r' u:li
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when hisWr" !  gii'
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as willing Inn i
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tin  hlm ;■>   mfel ■
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filr. T. FbhWIGK,
Fi      Steele li.C.
THE M<«T KLKiillLK MINIMI TOWNSlT-R I.W
i'lAS'i' KOOTENAY t,S	
pERRY O^ pERKY C5;?E!BK'
in tin: center of the richest minifty properties
in ihe World, . . It is the only down in Mast Koot-
enay that has ;;n unlimited supply of water for
milling and motor purpose.,. . . Nov,' is the time
to secure valuable lots. , . For terms and conditions apply io	
D. A. MelNTOSH,
Tlie Golden and Fort Steele
. Development Company.
LIMITED LIABILITY.
Authorized Capital Stock of 750,000 Shares of
Par Value of $1.00 Each,
Treasury Stock 500,000 Shares.   Head Office
at Golden, British Columbia.
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J'.J in-.i lirt'i;: ie.'i tlii,'ol(i]iing |ii'i'|ii'i'ii :■. in Kust Kneii'iiiiv. tlie rii'licst. part
it ci iii'ir-ii i oliiiuiiiii.
j{!        Tin' :ii.:.iii,:i',iii,!it nf tlir i'iiiii|,.ni.v i.s in lln, Iiiiiiiiii uf ('iipnltli, mi,ii
il, who urn ri;;:ii llm xpi.il uml an- Uiorufuru ulilu lo huiillro Iur Ilic coin-
i.v ji.iiij' ilic li.'.-l pi'iip..|'ii„,iiv,.i!iili|,i.
If 1'ttOVISIONAIi BOARD OF DIKECTORS. **
Iv        I'ro-liliini:   Tl vi   MiiMiuiflil. I'lwi., fori Htoulu. I''lniiii(iliil Aj.'!-.
i'i        Vlmi-I'i'ii. Iilmil!   Ai,". uiil-i' \llui. K-i|.. i 'iik'.irv. Mi'irliiiil,
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,|, Ti'iMsiirci :     ,\|..\.iiiiIit  .M.'!,l'l."li.   I'.:„|., l.'iil. iir.v.   Miiii.ii.'i'r   Iinil
ill Tulepli '...inin,".
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din.::. Mi'i',,"iiir. l'...|.. .'ulili'ii, Hiirrlsic
in Uiin eoiiip.uiy,   Tho promolur'
I'll'l!.- iiivil|.,||i|,.    K.vpnrii,ni'i.il |,|,|i,.
■iii' I'.iniin.s for lhis I'linipiiny in thi
Real Bslalo Agenl, fort .Steele,
TliOMAS McNAijGHT,
Miiiiu;; Broiler and Financial Agent, Fori Sleele.
1-orU i    '
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"""he New Store
CHAS.   [.ST MERE.
•id
I a I liiriUviit'o and Clcncral Merchandise.    All new goods
Hiiei'liilly sillied I. local trade,   Large,and Complelei locli
Yiil'I'S FOK IIUHINESS,
piMlOl . IniVC   lis'll  IVI'MV."!   Iii .
Cnlil.in .in I i''.i.'l. Sl,,.■!., ill..i.'i.'li'
'I'l HiipitiiJ' li.n.- ' I ii Hviiiliii'.l.siiiiir,,.., In Um "Mogul" will
"Tinhiiski"" ■■iiiinis mi 'I'i.Ji'i .1-.. i Lnlto, 2S mil..,, norlli ct lloiivoron
liei Ciiliiiiililn lllvor. Tl:'''ii nro Iwo londsSO tool uml .'111 fool wide ro-
sp ■ 'lii.'l.v. *l,lllll wm Hi ni' ilovulojiinoiit work iinni'. Twuiiiy lorn, ol
nr., .in llu' ilnnip. I..ili"t m.ii.v li'niii injur ili.< Mirfiii'i, gavo ovor till
pi r imi in  ilver iniii 1...nl.
'I've "Hlno Wulcr dump" hns juni bouit scciiroil, coVmlsling ot il
live-,!i!r,l„ iiui'i,,.-, in llm ilu I'liiiiii-iiiii tliii lliu,, iValor Klvor, nbout,
\i i.iilcs from Dnii.ilil on tlio I'llimilliili I'uollli) l!:iilwi,v, Ansu.Vs from
near lho mirfuiio iilvo 11011 oi,neo.< in rllvor, :lii |»r eenl,uoppor and ifii.(l!l
ii vn.'.l por imi. Tliis ii. a iiiiii-i, viil-.iiililn priipi'i'ly uml lliu«om|iuiiy ai'e
forliinnto ia vi'iviriii;: i:.
i'eri.v iliD'H'iind - hni'i'M sniil already.   Tli'1 bnlimec ol lhe liivi. I,luck
TEN CENTS PER SHARE.
Proceeds lo he used for tluVeloplnoilt Worh.
ron 1'onMs or piioai'ECTiis, ai'1'i.iw.tioiih foil stock, etc,
•   Apply id
Thomas McNaught,
GILPIN d_ LINDSAY,    MJ«5«K Brokei* Bud  l-'lMancinl Aj£t,,
,.,„,, sieeie     ... J JUST K'OOTliNAV..   -   -   U. V. i
SACK OF NUGGETS
Unsuooessful Attempt to Sell Them
to Colonel Peyton.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, NEWSDEALERS, KTC.. ETC.
DEALERS IN WALL PAPEE AND FANCY GOODS,.
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SEWING MACHINES ON EASY TERMS,
All Leading Newspapers and Magazines kepi Constantly on Hand.
Subscriptions Heci iral tor all I'libliuulioiis.
Bpokcsman-Ri view: An elderly man, in appearance a typical
minor just in from the hills, i.i
routined nt the city jail on tlm
charge of attempting to secure
liioricy under false prete i: o .
While the police oHicm!, decline!
to give the name of ihe person (Opposite the Bank-"" i-ort Steele.
he attempted lo r'u tiraize il
tiii-f-lii-ii-i-iiUZ-iZii-iSll-
OF WORLD'WIIDE FAME,
. i j      __£""£__ nrnm imnniraimmtmmwn
S EAOHER'S
JriIji"!LJ)y ±j
generally underslood 10 be Col.!
I. N. Peyton, und tho sum the
prisoner unsuccessfully eiulcav i
ored lo secure was §10,000. This
was tlie amounl lie agroed lo
lake for i'l! pounds of alleged j
gold nuggets.
The prisoner gave the name of
* ,lohn W, Alexander whon booked
111 the station. The polioe are
positive he is none oilier Ihan
W. H-.  Knowlton,  alias George
lloWIU'll,     llllll     ll    (llBI'll    olhel
names.
Knowlton is known from om
end of lhe union lo lhe oilier us
the smoothes! gold brick operator hi the country. If Ihe prisoner
is Knowlton il is lhe lirsl. known
attempt he ever made lo work
anything bul tho gold brick
game, hi Whioh he llttS been extremely successfnh
Alexander, to give him the
name ho claims, arrived in Spokane nearly a wool? ago. Several
of the police oflieers gave his
movements sinco that time considerable scrutiny! his makeup
having excited iheir suspicions.
Several days  ago Alexaudor
©car f$P S'
3   GENERAL COMMISSION
['l.nri!. KKIvli, Ll A V, CHAIN AMI DATs
SI'KCIAI, ATTENTION UIVKN TO I'llKSII Km IS. lllTTKJt, IJTt
Riverside Avenue,   -    -
llie particular portion of his bo-
longings thai excited the attention of the oflieers.
It was opened and tho contents
examined with much interest.
Ou top were a niiuiber of apparent gold uuggots of various sizes
and shapes. Boring into these
.showed Ihey were of somo soft
composition thinly coated with
cold or gilded, in the bottom
of the sack common lead buckshot was found.
The eye-covering mentioned is
supposed to havo been used as nn
identity destroyer. When Alex-
aider lirsl  met  Colonel   Peyton
■    Fort Steele, 15. C.
RAFFLING A WHITE ELEPHANT
Novel Meiiboi] of Selling Minea in
Rossland,
Rossland, li. ('., .inly 1.-1.-
Those who ure short on money
ami   long in   mining claims in
lhis city are resorting to a novel |E£
its
ttitit
UJ-tiliiilYl.
^ntil|..liiliilii!.,iiiil,ilii(n^i!filnl.ifi.lnln[iil.,ii".l'iliil,i:,'.lniiii
1 AS SUPPLIED TO |
t II. 11. The Sultan of Zanzibar. <f
t llrilish'lentral African E
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■s i oiniiiission: s
I Sir 11. ll  Joiiiivlon.  II. ('. II. £
iiiiii
grassick 6 d£«;sey.
contractors
builders.
Fori   Sleele   B.C.
,1. .1. Lamont
Contractor and Builder
Forl I -.-le, H  c.
ft,  MgLEOD & GO.
Contractors > Builders.
II USUI 1:1.  nn.I   SHOP   IVOKli
.'.   SI'liCI.U.TV.
First Glass Work Guaranteed.
Shop Opposili the. Fori  Steele
I'OIt'f   bTiilS__   MINING
ASSOCIATION.
I 'rofessional.
Hugh Watt, M. 1).,C. M.
/'. S..   (/
<i„l llrilish
-^••(iifiiniiiiii'riiiiiiiii'ii'iirviii.'H.i.ininiiiij.in'iiiii.'ji'niii^:
HIGHLAND CREAM  is especially suited on account of ils1,/. J . QUINL1 VAN,
A'lsoi.rriv I'i'iti'i'v foi'use in hot climates.   Il enjoys the largest
solo of any  Scotch   Whiskey  in   India, Mexico,  Central Africa
and Souih Amciica.
H. G. PARSON,
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
AMI
WHEELWRIGHT.
Horse-shoeing A Specially.
SOLE AC ENT,
GoStic-.- and Fort Steele, S. C.
VirRn!!v'riyi»-cVr,v :-':'V:s-if5;;,r;VSliv.-i.;i.;,,r,p,;,!j,7,-.,ci7VrVv''V.-Tr'.,.;;|T||V1t;'V
c-nmifH:,!!: ;;•■'!.•;-    -vT.'.'.i-fri'iiYfi.'iifliin,!,»:!:;«".('iii'ifiinifimiT'ifiiimimmitiTiy
pni ITPI/C'l' A "
Port Steele, B.C.
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SHOEINfi,
method of disposing of tiiem.ilWTfTriDTA MET AT T [TRPff1 AT   \UOTA\K sl abu jwubibu,
ti,,'plan isshiiiiar to iha, [oi. || V IW IM A MM ALLUivUiLAL WUhi\b,g:   Minill!J Work u Specialty
lowed in Spokane in rafliing off |j|
bicycles. From 20U to-100 lick- ||
els are presented and those tick- "£[§
els cost  from one
-AND ASSAY OFFICE, ,
43 FORT STREET.   VICTORIA. B.C.
' 1?,    JAMES H1GHWAKDEN & SOI--
as
ay
rented :i box in a. safely deposit L0 |W(J (h(, liuil, com.ing over
vault in which he deposited « |,is i„n ,.,ve. It had the appoar-
sack, the contents of which woreL]CQ oJ '„',,;,,,,. an avtiilcial optic,
heavy, lie seemed greatly in- thmlgh not a good match for tho
terostod in the security of tn° SOmid right eye. Alexander in-
sack and con ton I a. Later he \vtus cklontally called attention to it,
noticed in earnest conversation \.ij,mvards, during further ne-
with prominent mining men, Lotiations, he wore a groon patch
These gentlemen were non-com- ov01, ,)l(; supposed damaged op-
mimical.ivc regarding the subject | |i(. .,,„, ^[.['aii,,.,) this change by
of the conversation.
laving he was ha, ing a new tun
When the tickets are all sold lhe
drawing takes place and the
lucky man wins a mining claim.
Tho White Elephant and the
Pennsylvania nnd other claims
are being disposed   of  iu this
: cent to si. jig     W, J, R. COWELL, 8, L, F. 6. S„ KIM!.8 ENGINEER.      M pjQf
The National Matte Smeller.
COLD AMI SILVER, -PI.nil.
SILVER AND LEAD. 91.00.
It GOLD ASvvV'i". S1.0C
| SILVER, W.00.
SU- LEAH  ..-I.i
£t OTIIEH  Mlv'I'.ll.S ON  .U'l'I.ll'.Vi'lii.N
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SOLE PROPRIETOR MID MANAGER, iii
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aa Everything Strictly Pirsl Clasf
GOLD, SILVER A.\'Dl.'01Jl'EI'., «.    33
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MILL  TESTS:
The Stamp Mill has n capacity of _ ) Tons a day. 3;
The Chlorination Plant 1 Tons a day. 3:
S. A. ROBERTS, P. L. S„ I
.Business Mgr. 3,
Wednesday Alexander is said, limtollort Gy0 mado.   ■ n C1U1 i„,
to have first approached Colonel Lsily understood how under a        ,,,.,. ..
Peyton on tho proposition. Al Usci.iplj01, of „ ,.,,,,, wUh a glass almost unattainable, our pyritie.
thatvllme Alexander woro an old Lye n() offlcdl, woukl arrest one water jacketed Matte Smelter
slouch hat, a colored shirt,   a Uviil) two sound (intics. lias been recognized with highly
brown duck coat, overalls and »     Another means of Ihrowlng.olT Msfiiotory   results,   and ' has
well-worn pair of shoes.     His i(1„n,lfl„,inn ,,lkl ,„ h,v„ been     B" th.orouglily tested on van-
i . iitentincalion siuci ro naw  neen ous pV1.ltlp snlpludo and arsen-
appearance well sustained his employed by Alexandei is that uie ores, in capacity of 2 to 80
'Claim thai he wns jusl in from » now he wears a full beard brown tons per day. li is the simplest
prospecting tour. His hair was hj, co]ov [t is said that his beard method of gold and silvor ore
unkept and his beard—brown in is natnrallv "raV  and has been !natti"Ki aud concentrating that;
V unict cal   chenn mul simole '.-jiiiii'.i_ii«iijWi0.uii»(i; iuii"".iiiiii :.''.,' i)i'.ii.'(«|.!i.'..'.!iuiii«u.uuiiuiiiiii!.i-.?
A    |ll,li l.l.ll.    U.l.ip    ,11(1    SlIlipiC |j.|UU(;i,  .,,..,_,.;  -,;....;,,..liic..;,;,,;..;.,;,!   . :,i._iiil.„ .'.silvjl JiAl «_-il*l_,ii_.MlAil-.iti:.s
method ol matting sulphido ore,
sm ii as nickel, coppor, gold, am'
silver ores, 'ei  localities whin
ul ores and fuel ar
C. I'. ViMl.'VI '
.i. w.w.i ixiiiiu
. ]&u   -A. Joffe-.
k& \_j ■
tt-r    Mrs. E.J. IIIGRWARDE
Fashionable
Dressmaker.
FRELMflN AMD GEARY.
Livery, Fend & Sale Stable,  j
Purl Steele ll.l'.
:- Milil.i: .\ PACK LLOItSES.
I.ati:   or   nu    iioVAi.   ciuiuoi,
IIOSI'IT.'.I..
Pout Steele, 13, C.
'I'll OM AS   McV IT TIE,
P.I_.S.  <V- C.E.
fori  Sleele B.C.
;/. /.. c r ,v mins.
/', /,,,',', ,/• U. F,
Pyrl Steel" li.C.
Iw. R. ROSS, GEO. HERCKMER.
Ross & Herchmer,
NOTARIES   PUBLIC.
COHVEYANCERS,
Fort  Steele,  P.   C,
John Campbell,
BftRRISTER, SOL10AT0.1 ETC.
Olliee, Kiversldc Avenue
Porl Sleele, 11.'.'.
i    THOMAS   McNAUOlIT
/Viints-aK Broker,
Financial Agent.
. hm i \ ix, i;u am, mu un i'i iii.io.
JOHN A,   MOODY,
i',lil'!'!:-i|    • llLI'MHI A
.'..Ml   ONTARIO.
Mines And Minimi
Stock   Agent,
Mining   Brokers,  Commission  and   j icaminooi all kinds .-i'iumii    im     |(,..,., ,.;.„. ,;j„in., i,,.,,,,,,,..
Real Estate's Agents.
appearance -was in a tangle.
He exhibited  to tho  Colonel
I
iioivn lo Uliv.
'in:  George   Knowlton   m
some of the contents of the suck, j |S,(., is s,li(| ('() ,ulV0 soi(!., „0jj
which appeared  to  ho   full  of j brick „, an- Aberde.ou man for
nuggets of pur" gold,    lie
:. i-i-i,lures no '..iinoi'iUnary
.kill, im lend oies. no fluxing
naterial. uudnolTioi for thosmel-
or lifter ii is started. The sul-
•s'liii.' The same year ho also I pher in the oro is its natural
plained they had been secured iu 01,01,alo(i in Spokane. II" came fuel only, and its cost has -no
Hvinine located up north, and he j |||;|1|, ,vi|)l ft ,a]l. ()j being the son j cpinpni'lson with any other pro-
wished to sell them to get money L{ ft nm)J who ,,,ui 011,,, silva(] [he cess of concentratingi
to buy his partner out in the lo j m Qt., M,„ii(..in This Mexican I Wo are prepared to furnish any
cation, I ha.cl sinco found an extremely si"" or capacity plant complete
Colonel  Peyton was given a   io,   ,„;,,,,  .,,ui   flJ1,  ,,,ai,s  hnd to substam.iul mining people, sol
number    of     the   nuggets -1« LougllUo )W lhe ma„ who hiulj!! Z'twm . "^'n-lvn,'',"'"
ounces in all-which h" took lol .      - ■ "'      '   '	
Assayor Passett who pronouiiood
them practically pure gold.
Alexander at  first desired the,    , S|   , ;:.  ,    „....„,,    . HM
-res! in ihe mine.     Pinally ho references and testimonials  on
id found George. application,
colonel lo take the 910,000 norlh
ale and went with George -,,.,
to purchase lho partner's half of I      (,    |() ft U;nl )n c,00,.,g ft(,
the Claim, but upon the colonel's -Q,.       .,,   ,,     Mexican wasl
expressing a  decision   not   to L|k];  M[n. som„\,onvm.sllti;n    hquipment   of   cue:
wander aboul with so much cash tn0 Mpxlcan wen, ,„ ,)„, ,.„„, of iieduction work:
bhis possession Aloxiiiidtir then L  np.     ,,.,,,, ,nH, U11,,lu,thml „. •
offered to sell ihe sac!,- and it
contents for $10:001).
'gold brick said io he a product
Tho
ll minor    the truth or
dor    lioi'"il   oil'
jeweler,  who pro
".'.! I,    A sale 'was
npleled, though the
n : Iv ays ileiiii ii it,
falsity of which could nol beLrj ,
learned -Ihal to show his gocxl 11,,,,.:,,,™ tn a
faith Alexander turned possess _,.,.,,..„,[ ,u,,xi
Ion of the sncli over lo the coin !.„,,,,,,. p.
nol Wednesdiiy, and llllll the llll L , , ',' |m]
lor slept with it, under his pillow |, -.,,,,.,,,
Ihnknlght. oiTeml a cousiderablo reward for I
Yesterday at. II o'clock was tho  „„, ,,,,,,„,„„„, „f Ucorge and |
lioiir set   lor   lhe  colonel   and .,    ,,    .
,lhe Mexican
Alexander to meet, whon the K,,i(,m,v Kll0Wll011 .,„< in'
$10,000 would bo paid over. Seattlu v.'h(,,.„ .,,. p.JS, [mnlli.|
Alexander shoWod Up at thel,Gnm,'dBVotecl columns to an
■touting place promptly lit tl"> aoeou„t of n falling oiit between
appointed hour, Colonel Poylon h]m ,nu( hN aU(-,ged lg .,.,
in the'meantime had been in L,hic]] ,„.„,,„,,, ,,,,.,,,, n ,,„,.
formed by the police of the sus- si(1emblo vta,t ,,■„',„, k,lbw|1
piclon lhat Aluxandur was Rebel wh(,Ulc, warrants are  out  for
'"'k'"'. hlin from other chics bill His
When Alexander arrived  I':"" ,,„„„.„ thal ,,„ ,„ „.„„,,,,, (,,H„.
colonel told hlm he had decided ' -,v}-,,,.,,. |i,,. ,„,|i,.i'-, si,.-
llol  lo .infos),    Ali'vand",' left', 	
the place with the .suck, bnl had POUND IN A PIBGB OP UALENA.
not proceeded fat' before ho was — —
nVrosted by Offlcei'- McDcrmotL,     Spokesman Review:   A stone
who hnd been iVorkhig on tho gloaming like n  dhnnoiid  was
ease   for si,'i'erul days, and   to found yeiitei'dny  by   Henry   1,.
whom gi'eni''I'l'dit, is due for :hi" I ,il!i"ii:iial  in  [he  centre  "f v
Buv L0T!
IN
r,E 6„v
AND
|/lf/IBEiiLY.
AGENTS IN
London New York, Chicago, St.  Paul,
Montreal and Toronto,
Options Oitrried anil Mining Deals Ohnsammuled.
4CHINE   SI-
 ww_Cfi_3iM»^r^ ,V^f- ' '•rtfl^V^r£OT»w,"—
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
M.AN U J_ AU IU xx^xto \Jh
Sash & Doors.
Moilltliil'J"1.
Newel Posts,
t3„|,,i-ln,...
DiOl-iOlb.
Handrails £ Brackots,
Livery   Stable,
Good Saddle Horses,  and  I
Of all kinds for hire ul
reasonable rates.
TEA.M1NU  OF  ,\l I,   IvIN'tl:-   I'l
0.1. Dalijartlno,
j J'i.,1 Stoele, I!
THSR
p.   a ti &.~t ---___ffwj»CK_,
I MINERS* %
.vi'.l'i i'  ME  I'l'l.l.  I'AK'I'H'I'I.AliS
i  xii ,-v ■ ■    Ontario.
NOTICE.
MINERS S PROSPECTORS who
uve i liiiins to sell or develop
mid nol do heller llinn consult.
Thomas McNaught,
MINING  BROKER,
I'OHT S'l'EEI.i:, ll. ('.
«HOTBLy.iinoi
P'erry Creek,
D. A, MblNTOSH',
Silu Agent,
Port Stoolo,
I). M, IVlCMlLLAN,
Mining l.'i'opositionfi,
Mining Shai e-
Kuriii I.."nd ■ and
OORBfeSPllNDENOE SOU! ITED,
l>. M Mi Mllluii   Hiaiidon, Mini
ASSAY OFFICE,
Fort Steele, B. 0,
Silver, Lead Sx., al prices
i i icon done in ehlnlieate.
JOHN WEIGiiTMflN
i     LIVE IP.
I'l'.Eil. AND
Kalispel Monti
for Sale, a three Sti up '-■■'/. Mill, rrusier ot ' haliners
make.
HUBSTON 6_ CJO*
FOE THE FORT STEELE
MINES!
Trn\ clicrH, io ii*ul from
Ports- "Steele 6k S_alJ8pcli)
Will find llio best c! accoltiinofJatloil's at
''BR If
IIE  WliSl
i.;j,
capture, solid piece of yulciui     Re a
Aloxandtii v''ii". 'il oikc lakon (.'olonel W, VV, I), 'ihinith tooli
lo iiii! police siiii'.'iii    ile had to a jtiweloi'for ins)i0Klioii,   T
but ¥!V.IH ill cusii on   Ills  ilOI'SOlI. jCWClCl'  Sllid   ii   ''I'-   'i'l   n til..
ir, one of his pockets was Mud indnd, but oven  n   inor   rare Custolrts and Mlnlilg Broker
li, glass cover!,,- for an <.ic, a stone, oWltrg to Its scarcltj                      convbmncku,
clever Imitation of nu ai'linclal THom is tio establishedmartrol
Vye.   The Kick, however,   wfl'fi vuliw for this class of gems,        Mining hoptrtics lloiiglZtiind Sold
H  f jf "1 W '1
"a"f  _p'-»'i
Wnliiptill Moiitijna-.
I BEftTTTS
ORGANS AN!) VI VNOi-
I'.v ' ntliloj :■ s  iVddri -:'
\DASIE1.F. IIEATTY   W,   !    tpn
,"■ ■  ./■,'-.•
PIANOS ';,.:'"'/ 1 '"''
DAMP, ' '     . ,„''.' !   '
600,000 !::A;\,p, ; ',■:,', -. ':!
jtoUU'i, Ol'llilii',':.
Bcattii'* Plnnof   .        '.. '■;
Offi' e,
RON AN A* LEECH,
ASJ5Y2RS AK!3 CHIMISTS.
Joe Taenhauser,'
WATCHMAKER   And
liZWliLLHR,
DIAMOND   SOTTING
And ENGRAVING.
liSvorsiclo Avenue.
I'.'l  Sl",.'",  U.C.      i,
t2  'B O g B N,
ft.   s-—..^sv.jisatsif
ri:N'l'!,'.\i'l'ili:
vn BmijDRK. . ,
iv.' : '.-.      ■     ■   IX i'i
.::   61 :v:;!;Y SAL0( Z
KAI ll'l'lvl.l., MOHTAXA.
Sella Onlj tho Finest luipiors and
Ciears.
LIHOlMiS -R0£.i   Mt5<*lST6S8i, JPBAyH OJ? MR. J.0HN CAMPBBJ^Ll Bii^y^^f H«KEK SHLEaTBH.   K.J   t'i'.ili   •''
flic  Interment Under lhe Aus-jrhe Mpst Pa jtabje !,.."..' A, f,;r] a[i'i\uZ Z, ,Z.,(,:.,.
I,, j.
pices of Masonic Fraternity,
AP
i   .1     ;V    .)-    !    ;   ',
' Then booth ,- kh I:
ih! Ilvuiii if Wind
On Sunday morning last all
thai was mortal of the lat.e Mr.
jlohn Campbell, councilor al law,
,«■;:- intorrpil 11 l-h.o new cemetery.   Tin' doceaiseil,  who   had
1 n a resident of  F. rl Steele
but a shovi time, coming in from
■Vancouver, fell ill about four
weeks ago from an ailmont oi
lhe brain awl notwithstanding
the most skillful medical treal-
I    TheWatei
I.... - .,   ......
.ascertain   ilu
in, I FORT  STEEI ,'A,  l\, g,
I rl! brid".' '♦
9,
'ill   Ilii)   ) ■.'!.• Hi    ltf.|J.'l."IJi':-' I'i;.. I', Jli'-i ,.
apjiojiiif','1 i.':- 'i'i;; - u.jii :,mi njaivria) roai-h if      Now under lhe innnneeiriCijtl Qf
t
■ t   i.i
i..
Iniii i si.lpivlid i
rs
nu.
D. MATHEII
■un coiiiin lice       mui
Shingle crei'Jj,   liiev. r.\   i re
and  Four Mile cri'i.'!. and : fi
an "il i»stiniiitii-fii uud cxami
■direct line from Steele, an : il
id h«i,/
ire long in l»
Mi-'nTO FBISUN.
jjs ;. large and al t rnoUv& Wf-ih >l
of quiet  c'/' '■ •..'.' nee  in  till its
a[>pQ.intmenIs,   with n
ciisino < if superior
e Kcell 'iioe.
| t   Mining Brokers
i I  Real Estate
m  -'::
9
and
| iiii:' Will
•■ t Commissioii Agents,
i      vr
.;   -., CosTeiss'so-HideMits Jan
ii "
,' .  fi? i_»Rftg.C-*».ti(.E<..Cttt:*:t5 |£tii i tti mttmMii
BEFORE  SNOW PLIES
The Crow's Nest Raifyaj- Wil
Completed Across the Sunpi
u .niii-.'
complob     :■■.■■..,
mother v.  .     „,:   ..    ' to. .    -
the summit k" n    :■■■■■   1   -     I
is report. 1 ihal Mr SI a    .   • ■.-
Mr.   Flan ..   il ;.     A  dispati h
ber    r i ien arc in   work nei r
Lethbridge,   anil    preparations
S Hi
ure being mado to pui inore on
niii! is
us soon as possible.
:i:i est
WILL BUILD THROUGH STEELE.
A  i.
A Spur to Be Constructed From
1        ,„",,.„ a hall  dozen mon for a mom
Sand Creek to Wasa. .uf. V(„,,.,.,,,,. ,-,n. ^rea,.er (.1.,,„!,i
in-   viT-ii i-i i    t   in l/l   «•>■      to begiu development  work, on,
this V/ill Tiilie In All tho ftjmos   ,   ,*"*   .   ,,,   !    ,,...,
the Movie racer Mmnig ('uni-
'l:   >'■'■■!     '*■■      ' pany's placer claim, in thai sec-
• tion.   Charlie Fa'Tell will have
charge of the work,  which will
menl nnd i oustanl  ul tendance, |.
from which he never rallied. His
il was regretted thai  In did noj:'
return to oonsciousn ssantlleavi |<
some message for the dear-ones
who were unable to reach his
bedside.
Mr. t'ampbi'il haying been o
member of tho Masonic order,
the brethren resident hereabouts
lent Dr. Lindsay of Calgary, th. I _\f,
medical attendant, all the assist- ] ;,[.,,,.
ftnee in their power, and whet'' •
the death way announced ihej
took chni-gB pf the funeral arrangements, A death in Porl
Steele is un occurrence so unusual, thoro having In en but one
since I.-?", the ne'.vs of Mr.
Campbell's demise called forth
general regret and oommissera-
tion for tho widow and fatherless
children far away. Notices ol
the sad even! wore immediately
printed and posted in places
whore the townspeople gather.
Fort Steele has no undertaker,
but the ilelii.'ieiii y was amply
supplied. The coffin was neatly
trimmed in black and the gontle
hands of sympathetic ladies
toiled deftly for many hours in
lining ii with delicate white material, providing a resting plare
chase and beautiful. Port Sleele
is as yet without a florist's conservatory, but Mrs. Bleasdell,
from her private collection, designed a wreath, ill the centre ol
which was a Masonic square in
blue blossoms, and a, cross in
white llowers. Mr. R. I.. T.
Galbnuth also sent appropriate
floral ofl'oringH.
Although the funeral was under Masonic auspices, the townspeople generally alleiiued, Ihere
being a largo number present al
lylrs. Lovott'swheru Mr, ft. L. T.
Galbraith conducted tho services. The remains were then
borne to the conveyance and the
procession was formed, lho Masonic brethren numbering up-
WiH'dsof forty wilhoul, regalia bul
w laring blue badges leading, The
pall lieiiierv were Dr. Watt, Win.
Sprague, Tims. McNaught, A.
"W. Bleasdell, Horbori Dawsotv,
ii'td T. A. i, re,'..;.':. The routi
was ali.ii," Riverside avenue lo
Main slreot and theneo to lhe
b tiiul pint i .
At the grave Mr. ft. L. T.
Galbraith read most effectively
the pathetic and touching burial
service of the Episeopal ehtireh,
fjllowedby thai  equally benuti-1 mast, nu muss  u
ful collection of prayers andsup- opened  up to I
plications,   the   Masonic burial cilitios.    A terri
service.   At   the  conclusion of braces i	
the services, the sprigs of ever property in '":-
green were cast  into the grave Sand creek to ■'
and the brethren turned sully hi tho fami .
homeward.   They haddom thoir Tracy creek cou
duty by their don ' brother; and Lewis and  Shi
were h ,, matter fo ■ Ihi ■.:.. thc fries, and Chloi i
craft of  the   district   nnd  the ''i,;"    '■   '■'  ■ '
mother   lodge  of ihe d i easi d '"''"■     Anotln
have reason to bo pleased at duty I10-"    '" ■" '"■
should their esteem extend to is the nauiral Iii
Mosdamos Charles Leve (., Ar- '""< ec n» tb ■
Iliur Bleasdell and Thomas Mi ■ ' ■ ":' ' " •■ '■ "
tin, whose gentle offices on the countrj to the _
occasion will nol soon lie for- Mtoac' w''t of c<
gotten by the brethren ol Port I lold value co I
.Steele. will place the u
As the sun comes up over tho!lo"g's iUula!wrtJ
snowcapped moiintniii pea;;-. ii.-,l'°l'"r!,": iK! "
first  beams fall upon :u open rtifia'
glado mnl touch with warm glow
ft lonely grave  wherein  naluru| 0. 1'. H, SURVEYORS, |j| Stage J'j   lAttlG. ijj
claims what is her own,    Below
the Koolonay rivor winds imd|sPon.(' Several Day
beyond the St. Mary's raktlilos
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Tho IVIotiritainll I I
Vloti treaty
Ottawa
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Port   StCCliJi,   B< C-i _i   |i      \m$mt»zv*iyM*em^^
u W
oi  (he best  appointed  llotelri in lln
I-' rl Sleele  Districl
options Gamed.
■I Mining Deals Transacted.
I',-:'.   St,'i
iMfortably   r'urniBhwl Ss   9       Two good da/iry farms for sale within ?J IlliloH of
:~t\ tj&        Foi t fileele,    I'hiriiishe.l house for I'i'u! iv ijltle,,,,
5SI i't
9
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Steele you w>U Win it .1 yomionl    gj Sa**^^*^^***^^^!^***^***!
W
Mountain fl»
CJ _.
\mim\MmAAAmm\mmmmAA
a rC/■ _ V C^fi_wIwE-ra\CS
DON'T   FORGET
W
The Steele Hoiis
S^
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters For Mining Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Best Cuisine in the West,
Modern Conveniences.
Home Comforts.
- ._*■ • • • «.«•-
Tracy. Crooks.
The Crow's N'esl Pirns [tailwny
1). McNeisli
rropnetor.
GREAT
ort'hern
t   w:
wav-»
be pushed ahead al once
MOYIE  0 bTEELE
l-l FREIGHT
I LINE.
carried tietween I'm
.. yifton, uml .Mnvi
will cross llie Ivooteiiay River al
or near Sand creek.   This is ac
fording io the besl information
obtainable al present, and which
soom.H io be entirely authentic.
From Hand creek  a spur   has
boon surveyed along tho base of
the mountains up the easl  bank
ol' the river to Fori Stoele, and Y ty, ut thu 'oUnwtng rotes:
thonco uorth to Hiu-ia,   This is     Ovor no lbs. 'win;; at loo.lhs. rate.)
lho most inuiiii ia il iiieee of rail-' Uutwoen Sleele ami l.'i'iiiiliriiol:
1 ' i   ,,n iiuiiii,:. $ ;
way news thai lias boon received    lou poiiiuli    i
iu Fort Steele for some lime, l! j Betw
places :■: resl all doubl Ihal over Z-ZZ,
existed as lo the probab Illy ol i;. •.-.'.
Fort Steele being a railway town.. '*1"J
Then too I lie advantagi to be r,c
spur will bo largi ly augment! ' " '''
by the fact thai a territory at
Till', BUrtVEVOBS CHAIN MADB IT Til 13 fllf'IfTt'lKT
It iii tlie niii.-t moilevn in uqulpinent: it is the heaviest railed linu;
it has a roclc-biilhiirt roadliodj it, crosse.1 no muni dosoi'tsl it was  liitilt,
without a liiiul grant or govern neat aid; ii i-i noted for courtesy of ilu
employes; It ia the only Jine Eerving aiiiulami iiii' a la ciirlu |iliin.
TIIUOI.'l|J.l Till- QJtANDEaT SCKNUPV iN AMHtlK-'A
BY DAYLIGHT,
I'nr FOOT STICKLE und the I'.AST Ko il'ivv-.U' MtMl'13, Weekly
Stage from Kalispell,   Steamboat camnr.i—cations from .Jennings
during Suaiuwr,   (Juieltest and liisi route to all purls of the United
States, Eastern (.liuiadu and Europe.
I-'o). niapi:, tickets and coinplflto in/orutation vail or address
nearoal agent or
«',
rew a, Mayes, Jrrop s.
FORT STEELE, B.C,
(,-.fi. !>!xo>;,(;oi! ]'a'. Agent,
Spoktme   Wash.
P,l.\yiHTSEY, 0. P. and T. A,
St, Paul, .Minn.
M ___&__u___fl_^__u___U_:i     r_iuta_uai;«iiat;jiiujU.j!i_ii„^(fj
|ypp8r6oii!uHaii!i»
,»Strictly First Class. ■
_* 3_E-*~_Kp_«_i
r.i
il'
AND	
id Moylo
1.08
1.50
large lots may
Ing to C. M. K,
FIBSTCUSS IWCTERY PARTICULAR
CONVENIENT TO RAILWAY DEPOT
ANO STEAMROAT I.ANDIHO
lie- ■    hateFreasona-le
FREE SAMPLE K0OM3
AM
 1 mtsmationai Transportation
! J   Time Tab!e, to take effect j uly 1st, 1897.   I
(| POliT STI'lEuE AMD .rv.'-.'Xir.MIH ROUT III! ^
f»>...¥>*• M       stuiimers Mni'th Slur and tlwoudolliio malco Io ir trlpit a week, [If
III Iiiiiii I   Mlfeill i.c'i'S'i',,',,,',:!!',',,,.!':, ,:<„:,, J
& m^Aizimm
HEADQUARTEliB FOR COMMEFIOIAl, A,:P MINING MEN
S. ADLEE.
PROPRIETOR.
-roldcii, B.C.       .     '
nvos L'Ot't btiioi- Luofllii.v nnil britluy uioj'ulny, urrivlnif at'A
W* GoMcii Wwliiwtlui ami .ml.n-l.tv ui -I ■■■ m. %
I s
iW Mui! intondod for Fort Stoelo via .!„'iiiiln,'i<, HliouUI Im addressed ™ii'.*M
Lnl of lutoi'iiatinnal Co., .luuiiiii,;■■■■.. ..liiiiliuia, othorwiiio loiters are neat vliiWf
r-'A N'.|.--iin ui'-i ii"'  tx. rv ill
li
d (lolden, il. ('.
^P A Train Leaves tho Koolonay House Every Tuesday & Friday jj|'
-;;'( Comieotlng with Steamer for Fort Steele.
UiilljUi
EORT STEELE
Allll
MOYIE LAKE
.   .   filHouvuHtoolu   !
7:80 A it
■j! ii.) i
WH/V
THB
DOCTOR
ORDERED,
down  through   lowurlng   cliffs
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