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5    SATURDAY
FEBRUARY     6 th,   1896.
No  14,
RESOLUTIONS,
The following resolutions!,which were passed at'
the last meeting of the Port Steele Mining Association; show, that the miners and. prospectors of
this section of the Province are thoroughly alive
and perfeatly oognisant of the fact that it is of
vital importance to the mining Interests of not     j
only this portion, but of the whole .of British
Columbia, that the mineral Act,should be so worded and amended that it would be a safeguard against fraud, and that all men who honestly and in
good faith come into the country for the purpose
of prospecting for, and developing our mineral
wealth are entitled to,and should have the protec
tior^that it is possible by mean;) of Legislation to
grant them,leaving few if any loop holes for thete
professional claim jumper or bar-room prospector
to take advantage of.The first which deals with
delinquent partners Assesment work,reads a3 follows.    That if any parties interested in any mining claim fall to perform their share of the asses  .
ment work for any one year on Eur:h,elaim, as prescribed by the law, They shall forfeit their right
title, and interest in said elaim.and the partner.
or partners who have e omplied with the law in
doing his or their share of the assesment work,
shall be allowed one months grace to do the necessary work to complete th? assesment for the
year on said, olaim. And that on the completion of
said work,he or they shall be entitled to all
ownership in said ground, and the defaulting part
nor or partners shall have no further right,title
or interest therein,        a record to that effect
being made  in the reoorders office for the district. 2nd. The Amendment to the Assesment Act of
1890. with regard to the taxing of mineral olaims
be repealed, and that no taxes be imposed on any
mineral claim,until they became wealth producing
properties, or until Crown Grants are obtained.
The third takes up a matter, v/Mch has caused
lots of trouble in the past,and if it is not
plaocd on a proper footing will be the means of
deterring many a capitalist from investing his
money in our mines,for as the unwritten grub
stake law now stands,It is a matter of utter impossibility for an intending purchaser to find
out from the mining records,if their is any claim
against the property for grub-staking,.and it some
times happens,that after completing the deal in
good faith with the ostensible owner,according
td'the records in the .5;overnment office,the purchaser,, may findh imself forced into a
lawsuit with v. ome p revlously u nheard of party'i*s
who claims a 1 arge interest on the plea of grubstaking the reoorderi locator,
3rd, Anypartjr or parties grub-staking one or
more persons,for the purpose of prospecting,
Shouldmake-a record to that, effect in the recording office for the district,so that any person
wishing t 0 purchase a mineral olaim,can by enqu
iryat the record off ice,gain all the partiou*
lara rep;ardin(j-s-aeh'dtaim. othcvwtS'* any right
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title or interest that might be obtained in a
mineral claim, through grub-staking shall be
null and void.    The fourth 3 peaks for it self,and
is a move in the right direction,for it would be
entirely out of the question for anv eompany to
receive the rights and privileges for whioh they
ask in their advertisement .
4th, That the Secretary be instructed to write
to the Minister of Mines,to the e ffect,that the
Port Steele Mining Assoolation,wish to express
their disapproval of, and desire to enter a pretest against the Government granting any such
wholesale privileges regarding water right3,and
blind veins to any company',as asked for by   '
an advertisement contained in several Provincial
papers,and Signed by A.E.Humphreys, and that  this
protest be brought to the notice of the Parliamentary Committee on mining affairs.The fifth
was a resolution expressing sympathy with J.M,
Kelly,M.P,P. in.his effort's to have some
legislation passed this session to put a stop to
claim jumping, there 1 s no doubt that this is a
very difficult matter to deal with,and will require serious thought and deliberation before a
plan can be evolved which will effectualy protect
the genuine prospector from the despicable characters who loaf round and watch their chances to
beat some hardworking man out of his claim through some unimportant error in staking or record-
ing .perhaps the best course would be,to make it
a criminal offence punishable with Imprisonment
whenever    it was proved to be a bona fida case
of jumping. These resolutions have been f orward-
ed t o the Minister of Mines, to be plaoed before
the notice of the Parliamentary Committee on mining affairs,and it is hoped that they will receive the attention whioh tthey deserve by that
body, and that during the session now in progress
we will see some at least of the amendments made
which have been asked for.
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APRSPHETIC    VISION.
When , Mr, Ho we. returned from England in 185lj
He delivered a speech in Halifax,N.S. predicting
the broad outline of the C.P.R.R.AT the closing
of his speech ,He said.    I am neither a prophet
nor a son off a prophet,yet I will venture to
predict that in a few years we shall make the
journey hence to Quebeo and Montreal,and home
through Portland and St,,John by rail, and I believe that many In this room will J ive to hear
the whistle of the steam engine in the pusses of
the Rooky Mountains,and to make the journey from
Halifax to the Pacific In five or six days.
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M E K T I  N 0.
The Fort Steele Mining Ansoalatlon, will hold I t
next regular meeting on Saturday evening Feb,3th
at the School Room, all members In good s landing
arc requested to be present.
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Send your address and 5<f 111 8tamps,to the Proa
peotor, and get a mar; of the Worth Star Mince, 'T    -TC DP
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SATURDAY   Feb, 8th,  1896.
HE      P R 0 S P
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E     PUBLISHED    WEEKLY,  BY    THE    PROSPECTOR    CO.
A.B.Graoe .Manager,
SUBSCRIPTIONS, $1,50, PER ANNUM.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS,  DIRECTED TO THE PROSPECTOR
Fort S*    .'.e B.C.
Chas.Maclean.
Thomas.McVittie.
H. L.Cummins,
W,J.Rooke.Cowell,
:i.Arnold.Wallinger.
Physician k Surgeon.
P.L.S.  & C.E.
P.L.S.   & C.E.
M.A.    B.So.    F.G.S,
Metallurgist    k   Assayer.
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PORT STEELE MINING ASSOCIATION.
R.L.T.Galbraith. President
O.S.Frizzell. Vice
R.D.Mathers. ,    mM
[[.W.Barnea. ,,   gfMBB
Wm.Carlin. Treasurer
Thomas.McVittie. Secretary
All possible  information,'Will be furnished by
the association, upon application to
Thomas,McVittie.Sec,Fort Steele B.C.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given,that application will be
made by the BRITISH COLUMBIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY
COMPANY,to the LEGISLATURE OF THE PROVINCE of
BRITISH COLUMBIA, at its next session-,for an act
extending the time within which.the company may
complete  its undertaking,
Dated,Dec.10th A.D.1895.    J.A.Gemmil.Secretary.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,That applioationwill be
I will be made to the LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OP THE
j PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,at its next session1,
\ for an aot to incorporate a company for the pur-
| pose of constructing,operating and working deep
j tunnels,drifts,or shafts for the purpose of explo|
ring for(discovering,working,getting,acquiring
and recovering minerals   isituate in blind veins
ledges or lodes in the Districts of East: & West    }
Kootenay,Yale and Cariboo, In the Province of ;;
British Columbia.and for entering upon and aoquirj
ing lands for such purposes;and for collecting
tolls for the use of such tunnels or workings by
any other persons or companies enga.-.-'d in mining.\
.and for acquiring BUOh water powers or privileges
as may be necessary or convenient therefor,
together with suoh other powers or privileges ,
rights or incidents,as may be necessary   for or
incidental or conducive to the attainment of the
foregoing objects or of any of them.
D,28th  95. A.E.Humphreys,Applicant,
TAX    N 0 T I C E.
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY,NOTICE IS HERE
BY GIVEN,  That in accordance with the Statutes',
Revenue Tax,and all other taxes levied under the
assessment Act,are now due for the year 189G.and
payable at my office in Fort Steele.If paid on or
before June 30th 189G.0ne half of one per oent on
real property,Two per cent on assessed value of
wild land,On*1 third of one per cent on personal
property.  If paid after .Tune 30th, 1890.Two thirds
of one per cent on real property,Two and one half
per cent on assessed value of wild land, One hull'
of one per cent on personal, property, Revenue Tax
of $3,  for every male person ovr the age of 18
years.All persons who are in arrears of taxes duo
up to 31st of Deo,lS95.are requested i o pay the
same,or costs will be Incurred at an early date.
0,M,Edwards,Collnctor & Assessor,
Southern Division of East Kootenay District.
Port Steele B.C.
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AB\)UT      TOT'S.    +'*-H-H-:i-t-i'i'ii'-
Divine Service will be held In the School House
on Sunday Evening,next at 7 1/2 Op look, Subject,
The Authenticity of the Scriptures}-
"Ring out the old year,Ring in the new."This is
what we propose   doing in the future,Mrs,Huokle
has kindly consented to collect sufficient funds
to purchase a bell for    the School,The genial
Constable Barnes, has volunteered to assist.
Our Stipendiary Magistrate M.Phillipps,arrived in
Fort Steele yesterday. On Monday He will probably
hold a small debts Court.
Our Justice McVittie,who was bitten by a dog,is
getting along nicely.
I The Skating will soon be a thing of the past.
The lee harvest is not promising, it looks like a
famine.
. flias,Wa'llinger,has decided to build a house in
West Port.it will be a rustic cottage,Messers,
Dempsey & Grassiok,has the contract.
The Dalgardno Hotel,will shortly change hands,  Our
Friend. Morin.will be mine host, and Mrs,Derosier,
will have charge of the dining room,
William.rtlllis,will shortly build a house,west of
Mr.Grassiok on main street,the contract has heen
i let.
A defective flue nearly caused a fire at the'Mountain House Coltage,fortunately Mr,Durick noticed
it before .11 had made much headway,a nd it was
easily put out.
The,Rev'd,  M.Coooola,goes to Tobacco Plains,to
hold a Mission meeting,on Monday next,
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FOLLOWING IN OUR WAKE.
The mining men of Boise,Have deoided to organise
a Mining Association on the lines of the Fort
Steele Mining Assoc tat ion,and some of the principal men of the State are connected with the movement. I
St.Valentines Danoe
The Ladies of Fort Steele,intend giving a dance
on the 14thinst. Mrs.Frizzell is the moving spirit
I in it,and is a guarantee that, it will be a success
I Prof (Far-nuharson.will siioniy the music.
I
Mr.Harry.fitrudwiek.of the North Star,i3 visiting
at the Fort.
Mr.i Mra.Levett,entertained a select number of
invited, guests,on Thursday Evening last. Fun and
Amusement, was the orders for the night, and the
way that the order was obeyed ,. proved that each
and all were there to enjoy themselves,and rnakeit
nleasant and agreable for his neighbor,
' )'ont forget the Mining Association Meeting meeting
|', to night.
The Fort Steele Mining Association of Port Steele,
has no connection with the uorapany lately   incorporated in Spokane,under the name of The Fort
Steele Mining Assoolation.
Send 6<|: In stamps and get a Prospector map of the
North Star and Sullivan group of minus, THE   PROSPECTOR
SATURDAY   Feb. 8th    1896.
THE METALLURGY OF GOLD.
In this artiole,we will pass over the "placer
mining and hydraullcking of gold,and prooeed to
ores containing gold either in a natural state or
in combination with other metals.  Gold in its
pure state is very soft and may be easily scratch
ed with the nail,it is more malleable and ductile
than any other metal,and. i'i capable of being
beaten into leaves that would take 850.000 laid   j
together to make one inch in thickness, its ductility is demonstrated when one grain of it can
be drawn out into a wire 167 yards in length. Its
tenacity 1b,however,superiorly that of l'ron,Copx
per,Platinum,and Silver.lt is almost always-found
alloyed with other metals;its only compound being
very rare,Sylvanite or Teilunde of Gold and Silver; and Naggagite or Teilunde of Lead with Gold,
Silver an.": Copper.  It is known to exist in small
quantities in Galena,probably as a sulphide.
In pyritical ores,it is generally accepted that
the gold is not in a state of ohemical combination,but is a metallic state and coated with sulphur,arsenic,Etc. a 1tho'some authorities a?nert
that when the gold ia invisible to the eye,even
with the .microscope that it is in combination
with the sulphides of Iron,Copper,Galena,Zinc    or
Mispickel. Gold, is occasionally found in a crysta
lline state,in whioh form it is of great value,
not intrinsically,but as specimens for collection
the most common forms of these crystals being
cubes and ootaahedrons,'
Gold bearing ores , These chiefly consist of
Quartz and in sqme cases Slate.Baryta,and Talc;It
has been found in Limestone,Granite Etc, The distribution is very general throughout the world,
but at the present time,the largest  quantities
are obtained in Austra.lia-,Afrioa,North America
and the Ural Mountains in Europe.The treatment of
gold bearing rocks.(which are those containing
gold in sufficient quantities to pay for extraction,and does not include all ores carrying gold)
comprises the following operations.
1. Crushing by means of rock breakers and stamps,
and amalgamating the free gold,inside and outside
of the battery by various contrivances.
2. Concentrating the free gold lost during the
crushing and amalgamating it in pans with auriferous sulphurets. ,
3. Extracting the gold contained in pyrites by
roasting and chlorination Etc, Tin'" loss in working gold ores,even with modern applienoes,is stil
enormous,not more than one half of the gold contained in the ore being saved, In Australia, during the milling of 85.fi21.tons  ,  the ye lid being
only $0,52 per ton,the daily assays of the tailings showed a loss of §1,56 per ton,that  Is 24^
loss not estimating the amount of float gold oar-
riod off by the water. Seven years work in Colorado, showed an average assay value of $37.07.
amount saved by milling and smelting .was $14.00.
showing a loss of |?3. or over60/«.
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A GOOD SHOWING.
O.S.Frizzell,one of the owners of the Dardenellea
mine,in testing the quartz taken from the mine,
took six ounces of pulp, panned it out with an
ordinary gold pan,and obtained the following
result. 5$ from six ounces of pulp, whioh is 14$
to the pound, or $880.to the ton.in washing the
tailings a second time considerable gold was
found which wag lost in I he first washing.The tun
nel on this property is in   110 feet, and the
lead is about four feet in width, The hanging wal
is slate and the foot wall is talc.
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SUBSCRIBE POP THE PROSPECTOR,   §1.130. per Year.
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REPORTED   BONDED.
We have heard that the Utopia and the Quantrs-.
mines, on Huoklebcrry Hill,have been bonded to
Montana parties.   This property it: owned, by
Messers,Edwards,Norbury and Hazen..   un option
was given to Mr.Hoskins,for thirty .flays,and we
learn through our exchanges that the CJusholm
Brothers, of Helena have bonded the property,
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BONDED OR SOLD.
Mr.Hoskins.took an option on the Bald Mountain
property, owned by Col,William.Doherity an.'.
David.ftrlffeth. the Consideration was $35,000,
We learn that this property is sold or Bonded
to some Chicago,parties. Mr.Hoskins is on his
way returning to Port Steele",-upon his arriva]
we shall give a full and complete history of
the deal.
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Hyue   Chiokamun.
.It is reported that the Centennial Eureka mine
of Tentic,Utah. has been sold to an English ...
Syndicate for $3, 000.000.this is one of the.
best mines in the United States, and ia controlled by the Chisnolm Brothers of Helena, who are
largely interested in mines here,
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MINING    OUTLOOK.
The mining situation in this district is    '
improving rapidly,  there is four different parties after the Sullivan Group. And correspondence
going on with regard to other properties;
An unusual umount of development work being pushed
forward, A large amount of ore ready for shipment.
Four largo Steamboats on the river as soon as
navigation opens, Business men preparing for the   i
eomeing seasons trade, All indicates that the
good times is not far distant. |
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YE, GOOD OLD CANDY PULLING PARTY. !
A oandy pulling party was given by Miss.Ethel.
Frlzzell on Thursday Evening last, amongst those   j
present were Miss.Ba lley,Miss,Arnold. Mrs,Durick.i
Messers,Grassiok,Dempsey and others,a pleasant       j
time was a pent. !
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FAREWELL   HOP.
A f arwell hop,was given at the Dalgardno
Hall to Mr,Little,who goes to Canal Flats to worK j
on the bridge, Mr.Little has many warm friends
here, who regret his departure,and the sooial
gathering of last evening showed the esteem in
which he 1 s held.
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Mr.Woods who ha3 been appointed to make
the necessary repairs on the Canal Flat bridge,      j
was in town getting some iron work done,Ho retur- I
ned on Friday,and work will start at once on the    !
bridge. I
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We have been informed that the engines for the   I
new boat that Captain Jones ia  constructing at
Jennings, will reach Jennings sometime before the ,
flrnt of the month.the boat will be oomploted
by the time navigation opens.
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Messers,O.Donaghee and Mutz, left for Spokane
by the Tobaouo Plains road on Thursday last. They
will return shortly,
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A weekly mail service , from now on Is just
what we wanted, and thanks to our representative
Hon,J.A.Mara.M.P.    Is now due.
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Silver, 67,1/3*.    Copper   $i'0,    Lead. $3.00. Mum— mw tk
THE    P P. 0 P P E "■ T 0 R,
SATURDAY   Feb,    Sth 1806.
CARLIN    *   1 :; R I C K,
Successors to
Carlin fc Lake, Port Steele B.C.
DEALERS     IN   CLOTHING.
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE.
Agents for SLATER    i   SONS.   Celebrated SHOES.
MINING    SUPPLIES.
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UPPER    COLUMBI
f jN.avigat ion
and
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(Tramway Co,
EXPRESS THROUGH RATE 10* PER POUND.
FREIGHT,     GOLDEN TO PORT STEELS.
blass,A.   $ 3.00.
Class,B. i 3.50.
Class,'..1. %  2.00,
Class,!). ^  1.50.
T.H.B,Cochrane,Pre s.   F,P,Armst rong,Manager.
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THE   STEELE   HOUSE.
THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN PORT STEELE.
Striotly First Class.
Free sample room for Commercial Men.
Qhas. Levett .P rop.
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COWELL k    WALLINGER.
A S S A Y E R S &METALLURO I S T S,
Fort    Steele    B.o.
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COBB    & D R A N D S R.
GENERAL    B L A C K S M I  T V.  I N G
AND    W 0 0 1 W 0 R K E R S.
R S E    SHOEING    A    SPECIAL T \
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J A M ES, HIGH WARD E N .
Tonsorlal    Artist,
S Ii A V I  N 0    &   HAIR 0 U T T I N  G.
Everything   neat   and   olean,
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D E M P S E Y   y   0 R A S S I C V..
C 0 N T R A C T 0 R :.;    &   H U I L D '•; I   i'i.
1'hrt    Steele     B.O.
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SUB80RIBE    FOR   THE   PROSPECTOR,  $1.50,a YEAR.
TdE   A M B R I CAN    STORE.
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE.
GIANT POWDER,  MINING SUPPLIES & HARDWARE.
OROCERIES   &    PROVISIONS.
B.W.J ONES.
Fort Steele B.C. Jennings Montana.
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THE    UPPER    KOOTENAY    NAVIGATION    COMPANY.
STEAMER    AliNERLY.
! PORT   STEELS,B.C. &   JENNINGS    MONT.
! FOR   EXPRESS   AND   FREIGHT   RATES    APPLY
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j To   B.W.J ONES.
i Jennings , Montana,
DALGARDNO    HOUSE.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE 111 STEELE.
BOARD ^Y THE DAY  OR WEEK.
R.D.Mathers.'Prop.  Fort Steele B.C.
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When   you   come    to    Port    Steele 1
j Call    on A. MO R I N, And get a
GOOD      CIGAR.
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU.
THE   M 0 U N T A  I K    HOUSE.
Port    Steele    B.C.
GOOD ENOUGH FOR MOST ANYBODY.
II.J.E D S 0 N, Prop.
THE    MISSION    STORE.
G E N E R A L   MERCHANDISE.
THE   KlIMEST
CASH   PRICE
PAID   FOR    FURS.
T. L 0 V Ej PProp.
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tho    COLUMBIA   LAUNDRY.
W A S H  I N 0    &   M E OIMC,
Mrs, L K W I 3.
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