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A T 0 R D A Y
J A N U A R Y    18 th   1896.
No    11,
PROSPS^IKO FOR MINERALS. .,
In prospecting for minerals, the first  thing   to ,j
be ascertairiWl M, 'wh'etoer there be any mineral   .
I in that   lociity. and of what doseription.  The   ',"
i next o-.-estion '.'-.ill be as to the precise spot in   f
Wh'ich it will be most lively to be'found, suppose!
[we visa to find Galena, whioh is known to be in
• the vicicity, wS must;V; In order to insure success,
'know the. accompany in? formation-, that is the rocfy
] in which the Galena is imhMded, knowledge of
] this character multiplies the chances of finding
; the mineral, In many oases, !we select the rock
. • joHpinvm-g the: sir. oral , or suoh ft vein of dead   .
••.!..: has .r ext <•:■(;.: jy.-  ,-;,.';ge, ro master how
liar, how hi--.-ji, or lo',? it may be, from the suppos-
Jed vein.-'.'/e judge the distance, and if the rook
j .'.'herein the .'.-.ineral vein is buried belongs to the'
j:(ratified rocks, we ffiity expect to find the vein :
at no .great distance in any direction,if we know j
.the vein stone, of accompanying rock, we nay rely
Upon finding the rail neral. even though we do not
Id iscover it at the plao'e where v/e open the vein,
tor touch the vein mineral. '-'/here the veins run
parallel -ith the formation, as is the pase in
sold r&'ji'o'fts', ;.':H-e fs not much difficulty in
, •■  -i: ::-.;• .-..-> ;M Ma* r\, .-.   &« ;..:;i;v,d vein;; I,..-/-:'
larae the strata in angles more or less defined,    |
the ob.iect 19 not Id readily obtained,   When j
[fragments of ore, or float, is found on a hill     J
side, It is evident that the vein must have a       '
tgher location, for these''-fragments probably
came-down the hill. If fragments are found in a
stream, the veins that supplied them must be
higher up the'stream", and the farther up the
lighter the mate-rial.   Heavy minerals-'do not
drift fa'r, and, in consequence of this weight are
easily destroyed. Galena never drifts far in u
| .uream;  it is al-waVs found close to its source.
: If the current is strong enough to move fragments
. of galena,! t'is Boon ground into suoh a fine dust'
.that It can be parried off by the most gentle        1
current. Therefore, native metals, andsulphuretsl
of-metal's are always found near their ;
j source, because they oannot move fur without        j
destruction.
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GOLD    OP   COLORADO.
Denver, D.oc 3lst.    For the first time in the
! history of the State the Gold output for the veari
i just closed exoee-'ed in value that of silver.the
j most careful computation of the mineral output '
j for the year f"om the statistics obtainable show
j the follo'"vig ;
j Gold.  '* 17,340.395.
Silver, $ 14,259.049.     •
lead.   •'I        '1,955.100.
' Copper."''     877,*93.
Total   * 3S.43<3.1$0(
Por   jh>], the outwit of gold vis ",'11.235.606.
the increi;:.? oJ' t'-e -old orodurt i.-n is aI.„ost'
wholly frou; '.'r1 o-Go 1 ""..■-    ':•;•-. L,
I $•&■-! - '■ .li.i'- ,h    i i ' i -   j
-•  Two more s'.ei.ghs came in f<-0,,; Tehaccp'Plains
(during the ei.rly part of the week.they'were' load-
THE   MIDNIGHT.
Messers, Usl'.r & Watson, have struck ore on ti e :
Midnight, th.- ore is of the same character as
the North Str .the ore is in place, having one   j
wall, which i* fhe foot wall. The Midnight is an
extension of the North Star on the north, it was
located some time durins the summer, and has
always been considered a .good property, the tunnel which the owners are now engaged in rurini;
i- in about forty five feet, as soon as the   v
is cross out, and the other wall found, we may
expect that the midnight will prove as valueabli
a property as its neighbor the r-orth ?..''.
shall endeavor to   ;ive-a ir.bre complete   '-*si   i
Hon of this property in the near future,
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•THE   SULLIVAN   OifOUP.
The showing on this property is excellent, it
iSjrtow patent-to all, that in a short time this
property will prove another monument to the rr,i".
ing industries of this district.    There i.a ('bur
different parties trying to bond th's pr.pperi -.
But the owners at present, cannot see where il
' benefits a'rlslns from a bond can come, for wi in
the "rajjon road to the river only a short !i ■;>_-
2'nce from the cine, .and .orej enoit'-h in stght.ra .
rich enough to shlo ahd Drove a paying thvtist *
ment, it behoves the owners, .to take time ana
see what is best, befew they ulose any de„j .
the property.
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I Mr.Kelly's Sentiments.
Trail creek minia1? men sarcastically suggest t;-
if the, Hon..J.M.Kelly,M.P.P. wishes to make himself solid with mining men in thj Province , He
will need to give utterance to the sentiments
expressed, in a. letter to the Kootenay Mail ,i f'e
weeks agv,  in which he ridvo-'ates .the imr.o-  In
of an export duty on all ore .going out ol  thi
country. This would touch a responsive chord  ir
the heart of every miner who is even remotely
en«;a^e.d in mining.    This sentiment  they vi 11 no
doubt heartily applaud and ^jve .a rousing major
ity to the man who would nip a buddirlg industrv
It is possible that the member of the no»th -i
|lni^ of Vest Kootenay, after taking a comprfeherr
sive view of the situation may o-enciuch.- to modi
jhla statement and turn his attention to the ■--.•'.
tion  of reduction works in Kootenay which wil
I make it unprofitable to ship ores to distant
suieltors, Howeve", Mr. Kelly, If -not an astute oo
[tician, may have tact enough to t'qrn in his t",
jand, as many a politician Ih'the'pas't has donf
win a victory when defeat seemed certaln.
Mr R.0,Jennings has severed his connect
the North Star Co,his resignation will
effect at once.
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Messers,Smith and Clever has returner) i
Sulliv an Group,
ilr.C.E.lUghbv, iron the St'.Eugene'     v '.,•.•.
during t he week.
wl th oatf
50 sol
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R.D.Mathers, aame in fr
minstrel show.
OB THE   P R 0 S P
SATURDAY    Jan    13 th 1896.
Is PUBLISHED WEEKLY vy the PROSPECTOR 00,
A.B.Ornoe, M t.^xw,
i 1.50. Per Annum.
3 ubsoriptions,
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PROPfSSIONAL.
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Chas, Maclean.
Thomas.McVittie,
il.L,Cummins.
'■'.J. Rooke.CoVi'oll.
N.A.'Vallinger.
Physician and Surgeon, !
P.L.P.  ft C.E,
P.L.S, & C.E.
M.A.    B.So    E.G.P.
Metallurg; st    >;   A3sayer,
PORT STEELS 1'INIIIG ASSOCIATION.
R„L,T.0albra1.th.
O.S.Prizzell.
R.D.Mather.
H.W.Barnes.
Will1am.Carlin.
Thomas. McVittie.
President,
Vice      ,,      ,,
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Treasurer.
Secretary.
All possible Information will be furnished by
the Association, u pon application to,
Thomas .MpVittic,Sec,Port Steele
B.C.
1! 0 T I C a.
NOTICE' is hereby Riven that application will ve
;::ade 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 t ime within which the
Company mavc omplete its undertaking.
Dated Dee, 10th' A .:-.  1 V:j5.
.1. A. G e an dl Secret a r y.
Ii 0 T I 0 E,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That apoHcation will be.
made to the LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY of the PROVIUOE
of BRITISH COLUMBIA at its next seflfltun, for an
act to incorporate a company for the purpose of
constructing, operating and working deep tunnels
■'rifts, or shafts for the p .irposo of oxplorins
.or, discovering, v/orkin-V'^-ting,acquiring and
recovering mine 'als situate in blind velnri
le;-.c3 or lories in the DistriatB of East and
■Vest, Kootenay ,Yale and Cariboo, in the Province
of British Columbia,   ml for entering upon and
acquiring lands ''or sue;, purposes, and for
collecting t oils for the use of such tunnels, or
workings by any other nerrr as or companies engaged in mining, and f or a :"'.'.'. ring such water-
power s or prt'.i logos   is ".ay l .   n ■ lessary or
convenient therefor, tog  ther    i.':i suoh
other powers or privilege?,,  'ighin or inoi lunts,
as maybe neorssar1' -.'or or i   ■; Mental or a endue•
Ive to the attainment of the foregoing objects
or any of ther:..
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S UBSCRIBE FOR THE P R0SPE0T0P..
T\B   MINSTRELS.
The Elite Minstrels o f Fort Steele , warbled to     :
an appreciative audience last Monday evening, the troupe ii   .'.oinposed of home talent, '
and as amateur'a wore above the avenge, Everybody
was pleased, and the general pxprossim w&B,that
it was better than I. expeoted.    Bill, H1 ^iwa^den ,
van lucre l,n a wuv thai showed that He had been   '
ther^ before, Mr.Loe, van first class, and surprised all "'iih his sinking and dancing. Mr.Bryne'
for^t to produce his « always that was imported
from the old '.art,  But rendered Two Little 01 Pin
In Blue, in fine style, Mr,Murphy, was all right,
Hit the Basso Profunda, was d l.smi3,yod the eleotrlo.
11 rjhts, therefor did not do lustier toh Imself.
It 1s to be hope',  that the Elites will repeat
tho entertainment with a change of programme in
the near future.
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A smull fire was the cause of the excitement
Taut Wednesday. A small blaze   0 aught on the roof.
; of Llr,Bymen barber shop,It who extinguished with-
ou t any tlftiniw.
It "'.'our' l.e -;eU to pee that your stove pipes are
' all right, wo dont want any fires in town.
When 7 -0 When are we to have that weekly mail?
If the ink on this i ssue of this paper i s not
good dont blame the Editor, i I is of home manufac
t tr in.g.    Cause.    slow t runs par tat ion.
M> risers, Smith and Clever has'peturned to the
Sullivan mine.
The fall of the beautiful, has made.good sleisjh-
ln" in town,
Divine Service will be held. In the School room
next  Sunday Evening at 7 1./3 O'clock. The discour
se will be "Whi.sperlng"Whisporers" all invited.
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THE SMALL DEBTS COURT.
It is not well understood that the Small Debts
Courts, will reopen a^ain. and that our Stipendiary Magistrate' will again take his seat on the
'bench,  to hea" oases.    The reason for this is,
that many oonsl :'er that Justice Crease was not
rcalle-i -j-ion to give judgment as to the constitutionality of the act, but to decide an appeal
in a particular case.   Judge Harrison, of llanaimo
.was called upon to decide the constitutionality
of the act,  and he decide:), that  1t waaoonfeti tu-
ttonal,
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KAVIOATIOH. :
call the attention of the Commissioner to
is concerning the bridge at Port Steele,
e draw is not wide enough to enable Steam-
o pass through, it is also too heavyfor
inary use, and should be constructed in
lions, this should be attended to at once,
by the rime navigation opened there would
bstruction to passing steamboats.
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Wow is the time to remove the obstructions in the ,
rivr,  tire w,i^^^^^^^^
Work ran
anv other  t jmMI      ^^—,^^^m^^
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.,,,,..  u,.i. w'.iiu-uuuons in the ,
? w.aer is at its lowest point, and the
be oerformed with loss expense, than at  i
.D01JT FORGET T.'.'E MINFftS i'EETINO liEXT SATURDAY
E V,'.' i! IN G . -i-H-l-i-l * i H'l il I i I H-H-
DONT POROET TO ATTEND DIVINE SERVICE TOMORROW EVENING. it ii).ij-dii fi^iftjrn'
T H
PRO S P E 0 T 0 R,
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SATyRDAY   Jan   10 th    1896,
'THE   HOSPITAL.
The question with re",a1'  to a hospital at    FoPt   i
Steele, was'brought up for dlsgusslon at the laBtj
meeting of the Port Steele mining Assoolation,
A committee was forme' to canvass the oountry    ""
for subscription, towards the first cost of bull
ding and furnishings, the Secretary was InstPUC-
ted to communioate with the Provincial Secretary,;
to find out what the Government would be willing
to give towards the furtherance of the project,
also how much as an annual subsidy.    Mr.P.P.
Norbury had evidentV' gone into the matter quite
thoroughly,  j... '"in.- from the paper, which he read
to the meeting, -iving an estimate of the probable cost of building! and furnishing in the first
place,  dealing with the current expenses after
the establishment of the hospital, and also giving suggestions as to how money "'as to be raised
for its suppoiot in the future. His report will be
a  'reat help to the committee, when those questions come up "or d Isouss'iori. There was also a
proposition from the Sisters of Charity, St,Eu«
gene Mission, which was decided to be held in
< abeyance for the present, as it considered inadvisable to discuss ways,and .neans, until the com
raittee could -ft   n approximate idea of how much
money it vras pooci^le ro raise in the community ,
and ascertain what assistance could be obtained
from the Government. It ought to be borne in mind
that a hospital will soon become an absolute necessity here, and it therefor becomes the bounrlcn
I duty of every one, to ■-.-.lye all the help in their
j-power towards its  ?omp.lo.tion, and there is no   .
j: doubt that if we all ii'tind and work together, it
i. will not be Ions before it becomes an a'coomplish-
1 ed fac t.
A resolution was passed at the last w?ating of
the Fort Steele mining Assopiafc ion, suspending
all members who are over three months In arrears,
'Hie miners and prospectors of the country,not
, only for their own benefit, but, for the interests
J.of the district at large, ouijht to make an effort
i'to support this association in 1 ts aims and ob,1-
| eels, for there is,no doubt that it is 'ioing
j: quite a large amount of good in bringing    this
j: section of the Province before the notice of the
I outside Public, everybody i nterected in mining in
i this vicinity >. -hi to become a umber, ?>.r>6. even
if they cannot attend all meetings they can at
least send in reports on their properties from
time to time 3o that the assoolation can be kept
fully cognisant of all matters pertaining to the
mineral interests of the suction,
THE   DARDANELLES.
The Banks Pro 's are at work on this property,and
will continue until Spring, or future development
show what the prospect oontains. at present the
■lead is four feet In width* and is a Gold proposition,  the tunnel is in some eighty feet,    the
owners have had a number of assays made, which
show the ore to bo valu able,
The .ort Steele Mining Association, will
hold its next regular meeting on the evening of
Saturday, Jan,'?5th. All members are requested to
attend.
Thi
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THE iiEOSHA.
s property is situate on the head of Wallinger
ek, suprour/1 d by tlnr-ei" out table for all min-
purposes, To ]rv,d Is ".  I.ar".-- one,It Is "4,
t between rails, covered by a heavy iron cap.
foot wall har. ron!;lderaK1p talna attached to
assay returns give 91 oz a , Ins I Ivor, % in gold.
TII2   I'OFTtf   STAR
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2h» Worth Star Oo, ape taking out thirty tons of
ope dally, thspe Is about 2.000. tons on the dutm
and a 1,000 raor»9 at the landing, "early for shin--'
ment. The Company will have in the neighborhood
Of B,000,tons, 3.000 at the landing on the Kootenay river, and 8,000 on the dump, by the time
navigation ooens in the Sprint. A very important
discovery has been mn.o at  the mine, since the 1st
of the month,    heretofore,  the vein has seemed tc
dip out of the mountain,  but  in cutting a side
drift to the West,  following the foot wall, a retain amount of gangue wan encountered, passing
through this, the ore shute, or led«e was struck
pitching into the mountain,  as ihe cut  is not
through the lead at the present time, we cannot
say how wide the lead is, eight feet of the cut
is In solid galena, and the possibilities are,that
this Is the true vein, the trend is if,',',' to ~ ~
It is evident that this will make one of the'most
valuable properties in B.C.  in fact  is at  the
present time,  for there are thousands of tons of
ore in Sight, one drift, for a distance of  140
feet In length, and seven feet in hei"ht, 3h0«-s a !
soldi mails of   -alena. and -r^en ve add that  the"
'width of the vein is some fifty feet, the reader   I
can form tin idea    of the amount of .ore in sight.    I
The output of the mine       at present time  Is 30     I
tons per day, this could be easily increased to     i
100 tons, there are thirty men working at the mine
and in the near future, when tho other properties!
in the vicinity are opened,  there will be    at
least several hundred men working on Huckleberry
hill,    Then with the Sullivan Group in active op- i
oration, thi-r district will  rapidly advance to a
prominent position in the mining industries of the
'Province,
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THE DEANE,  AND ALL OVER,
Mr,R,0,Jenning., having severed his connection
with the North Star Co, will commence work on the
All Over, he will place a number of men to work 1."
the first of the coming week.    Mr.Jenntivs has
been requested to take charge of the Deano mine,
owned by the Kansas City Smelting Co. work will be
pushed on both of these properties, and under tho
able managment of Mr.Jennings we may<expect to
hear oi' another strike on Huckleberry Will,
THE St,EUGENE   MINE.
Work is progressing rapidly on the lower tunnel
it is now in 135 feet, and In about 50 feet more
it is expeoted to strike the main ore shute. The
upper tunnel in in 100 feet and for the entire
distanc* running through solid ore. There are
lino tons of first class ore, and GOO tons of
. concentrating ope on tho -lump, the 3ompanv arr
working ten men du"ing the winter
THE   DIBBLE   PROPERTY.
The Contractors, engaged in running a tunnel on
this property, are now in 95 feet, under the con
tract -they have r-un 72 feet. The" are working tr
B':lfts, averaging two feet tote shift, at this
rate it will take about 35 days to complete the
200 feet, The shipment of ore from thin property
realised 'J 10-5. to the ion,
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!.r .O.S.J'rl 23611, has bought an Interest in the Gem mine, the consideration is is not
known, the Gem Is on" o f t he Sullivan ■''■roup, and
is an extension of the "amlet on the liorth. th'',"
is a gooi showln't of mineral on th«> olal.n purchased, and bids fair torn.ike a qoodmlne in th"
near future. THE      PROSPECTOR
3 A T U R P A Y    Jan, 18th    1896,
CAUIi.    fc   D U R I C K.
successors   tc
Carlin    fc    Lake,    Fort    Steele,B.C.
DEALERS    in    0 U T Ii I II G,
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE.
Agents for   :LATItF    &    SO. S Celebrated  "EOES.
M I  v: I '' G    "  " ? ? L I H S,
The    A ;,! E R I C A Ii    S T  0 R E.
G  E II E H I,   MERCHANDISE,.
DRV    G'l'oDS BOOTS ft SHOES,
HATS ft CAPS,        BLANKETS,
MINING SUPPLIES ■•■ HARDWARE.
3.   IV.  J  0 H E S,
Fort Steele,3.C. Jennings Montana!
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PPEK    C u L U .'.*:   i I A -; Navigation    and
(jTranway    Co.
EXPRESS Through Rate 10* Per Pound.
FREIGHT,   GOLDEN to FOR?    STEELE.
". . is. 3.   '% 2.50.
Class,   :.   ' '..00.
Class.  D.   ?. 1.5.0.
'. i.H.Cochrane ,Pres. P ,P.Armstrong',Manager.
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The    STEELE     HO U S E,
The OLDEST and BEST HOTEL in FORT STEELE.
Strictly First Class,
Free sample Room for Commercial Men.
Ofus. Lc-vett,  Prop,
j THE    UPPER    KOOTENAY    NAVIGATION.   Co.
I   POR    EXPFiESS    ft   FREIGHT    RATES      APPLY    70
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THE LARGEST ,,;;f.i MOST OQiSiOBIWS HOUSE IN STEELE
P..0A2D BY THE DAY,   OR '"SIC.
R.B,Mather, Prop, Fort Steele 3.C,
C 0 W S L L    *   WALLINGER.
S A i  E R S    ft   METALLURGISTS.
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Tans: rial Artist.
S H A V  I :. G    ••    II n I  R C 'I T T I i'l'G.
Everythinij neat air) clean,
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C' O'fi T RAO .J  0 R S    &    B II I  L ?. E p S,
": e(     Steele,  3,o., j
When You come to Port Steele,
call on      A. U 0 R I i-I .      and gel; a
GOOD    CIO A R.
THE '-'.EST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU.
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