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* THE  PROSPECTOR CON- ■»
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i'S- AND LOCAL NEWS,
Vol. 4.
FORT STEELE, B. C. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1898.
No 80.
New Advertisements To-day,
Steele district.   The vein is over
400 feet in width and  can be
jioiinis s a. v.Howin'ti Puguri traced for over -1,000 feet.   Coti-
A. W. llleiisiliill	
SlUll'.Mlll it Co "
li. O. I'lll'sotl	
NoLluo  Mi'Miilioii Bros.
' I sklorablo work has beon per-
41 formed on these claims. The
8i ledge has been cut showing min-
 „„„„„„„ „„„„T„_ eral the tu   width of the vein.
FOKT STEELE MINING DISTRICT ! „
  i Numerous  small cuts some 1)0
A Country Rich in Minerals- Large ' feel, apart have beon made,    A
.Ledges-High   Grade   Ores-All Umme\ js now in  82  feet, with 11
■Shipping Propositions. I g00d showing of ore.   The ore
'The Port Steele mining dislrict; is h.on SL1iphui-ots. These claims
of British Columbia has in the L^ on ffie S|ml0 eo)|tll(,t ,,s lhe
oast three years attracted the at- famous   Coranado   and    Dodo
ten lion of mining men from all <n,oul, 0f mines,
parts of the world.    Many min- ° The ^ Sroup
ing promoters that have visited,   ^ Wmb of m^s ,m M  ^ u Me Fnuice
this district have been astonish- ^^ ^ n ^ norfhof
edat the wonderful showing ot PortSteeleaDd 4ye miles f,,0]11
eral hundred sacks of rich ore
that will average ijiloo per ton.
The ore is a grey copper aud
chlorides, carrying gold, silver
and copper.
Estella.
The. tunnel  on   this claim is
now in -100 feet, with a good
HOME WITHOUT arms.        j either in ignorance of the Amor-    government is defeated.
ican occupation or chose to dis-
Unless Present Plans Miscarry Thoy
Will Depart From Cuba on
the 25th.
regard  it until reminded of the
The Lutust Returns Show That the
Turner Administration  Has Been
showing of mineral, though tho
main ledgo, which shows a width
of (ifi feel on the surface, has not.
been reached. The ore carries
gold, silver and copper, and has
ail average value of §200 the ton.
A Promising Group,
De Mornac, Peinme de Rose,
mineral, the large veins or
ledges, and the varieties of ore
that can be found all over the
district.
Tlie Port Steele district has
been handicapped by want of
transportation for ores mined,
.consequently mining has been
done under great disadvantage
the Kootenay River, aud situate
iu a gulch of the Rocky mountains, on the east side of the valley, at an elevation of nearly
1,500 feet above the rolling bench
lands which intervene between
and Cement, form a group of
claims that are situate on MauS
Creek, about throe miles from
Port Steele, These claims are
owned by Dr. Langis and others
of Vancouver. Two assessments
have been recorded on these
claims. The lead is well defined
and the ore a high grade, with a
the  mountains and  the  river
The two principal claims of this j width of eight feet, and the walls
, .   '**■' j group are  tlie  Wasa   and  the are granite on one side and slate
Now the prospects, in this re- Miimraoa    AUm ,,   Jm   Uu;   othei.       Assay    ^
sped; are much brighter.    phe fl.om the croppings, which mens- turns show the  ore lo  be free
Crow's Nest* Railway will soon A    .)() ^ .^.^ q Uum(i| is mil]ing and couUlMug spin to	
be completed, the branch line to^. „ ^ m ^ ^r   Jm■ jn    R   Mi,  Jameg Bluir, thought consideration might  b<
the  Norlh  Star  and   Sullivan
fact by Commander McCalla, j Overthrown and the Opposition
Washington, July Hi The arms The gunboat/vtis allowed to an- has a Majority,
suriontlered by the Spaniards at chor hi the lower harbor for the The Turner Government is de-
Santiago to General Shafter will' night. Ifeated. That is the news, though
be ke]it by the United Slates St. Thomas, July 10—The bile, will gladden many a heart
government. This conclusion I United States cruiser New Or- today iu this district. After
reached late last evening by the I leans today destroyed the Simn- many years of misgovernnient
president and Secretary Alger, ish gunboat Antonio Lopez, the people have shaken on" the
was made public by the Ial lor as whose captain recently ran his Turner -EPooley • Baker ■ Martin-
he left his office tonight for his vessel ashore near San Juan, Chinese-Decoy Duck government
homo. I Puerto Rico, upou being chased Tliere is no doubt bul that the
"All those who have arms will. by two American vessels while • imposition has si ored a Wonder-
turn them over to the govern- attempting' to enter  San Juan ful victory.   And the next thing
ment.   This i.s final."
These were the secretary's
words when asked for information.
"Aud, he added, in response
to further inquiry and to clear
any doubt that might exist on
the the subject, "the rifles will
not be returned to Spain."
This decision no doubt has al-
with a cargo of war material,       in order will be the gla 1 tidings
[from  Victoria,  thai   Lieutenant
LONDON PLEASED.
11 (o'vi i'nor Mclnnes b is sent  For
The Fall of Santiago Presages tho the Opposition  to form a  new
End of War. government,
London, July IB—The weekly]    Minister Martin, has been de-
papers express great satisfaction fealed by Donne, iu Vu* it   i, ..
oyer  the  fall  of  Santiago  del    Minister Baker slip, i.  ..      a
Cuba. majority of 1 i>, and as the gov-
The speaker thinks II vent eminent is defeated, he will slip
ready  been    communicated   to I presages the end of Ihe war, but ou' lls sotnl ilS the Opposii
General Shafter. Up to the time describes it as a stroke "of good la'':'' the reins of governme
when Secretary Alger's emphatic statement disposed of all
doubt  on  the   matter   it  was
mint's will soon  be  under construct ion, and  in consequence a
vein of ore three to six feel in of Vancouver is here represent- given to the appeal of General
width, assaying 11 per cent, cop-1 ing lhe owners. It seems strange
per, 112 ounces iu silver, and 88 that the company should be sat
fortune which the Americans Many of the electors of this rid-
had no right to expect," li *".-'■ "'■'" unkind enough to say
adds; jthat the *800!i council appi-bptv
"The terms of surrender are Iation l,lll( was to be, has slipped
not dishonorable.    They reflectIout:0n tllG sllmB ll!illll; 'hat re-
lil^(;.m'mb?1'..<!f..1'"'1'1;'''!i'e. r * to -'I" In 8'oW, The lire is a grey i isflecl with simply doing the as-
copper, red oxide of copper and sessmeut   work   from   year  to
now being developed so ns lo hi
come shippers as soon as trans
poi'lation is afforded.
North Star Dividend.
galena.   Tin; hanging wall  is a
phorphyritic slate, the foot wall
black slate.
Ou the 23rd of June a meeting Fourth of July.
year instead of getting in and
pushing development when there
is such a line chance lo make a
uumberof good mines and a pay
of lhe directors of the North Star    This .jr0pei.*.y js situated at I ing proposition by fully develop-
mine, ot Porl  Stoole, was held, tiu, ]k,..(1  oj* yTMy  Qret,k    a ing them,
and an interim dividend of id per ..mM f(|m, ol* „„,„ has hivn ,,m.,        Work on the Hot Punoh|
cent, was declared.   We learnLloye(1 um,iug. lh(,  pafit m(mUr;    Messi,& ^^ m&  Stal.bil,d
anew manager wvv* soon arrive > ,im| oonsiderable work ims been j have gone to Toby Creek with a j would re iomniend thai I he Span-
to take charge of the develop-1^^    A tunne] -ls noAV iu somejsmall force of men to work on j ish soldiers return to Spain with
the Hot Punch mineral claim.     Mb' arms thoy so bravely defend-
E.ual that his men might be al- credit on both sides
! lired the Colonel.
lowed to take their arms. In
fact it was said by a high depart mom official that the president would awail tho recommendation of lli:' United Slates commissioners to lhe surrender, "be- i humoi
fore disposing of the qui
The Saturday Review explains    Tl"' following table shows how
its change of attitude in favor of' ""'' government was defeaied;
America and declares all of ilsl • (for.  Opp.
.  .    , . ,    Albei'iil    i:
original antagonism was prompt- cariboo i
ed   by   America's   "aggressive Cassiar   i
1
Willie Its presenl trill- Cowiolian
i tude is "io somewhat tardy tint K'omox..,
tan courage and htimauiiv.
I
especially  us   General  Shafter j ungrudsriug admission of Anieri- j p, \AZ-\'.
had telegraphed the department
that il was understood that the
United    Males    [commissioner
THREE    RAILWAY   CHARTERS.
ment of this properly, and that 90 feet, with a good showing of
a large force of men will be out- mjnnmli
ployed, new macbiuery obtained, j Mastodon,
.and the output of the mine in- j    g, H. Ervine brought in some
Creased as much as possible.       I beautiful specimens of copper
The Sullivan Group. i ore from   the   Mastodon claim,
There has been considerable situated on Perry Creek about
work done ou this properly dur- one and one-half miles from its
ing tlie past year. Two shafts mouth. Considerable work has
are down 4,'i and ,E2 feet, In the j been performed on this properly,
last 80 days a large body of high A tunnel is in 55 feet which has
grade ore (silver-lead) 28 feet in ; a depth of 4b feet, Mr, Ervine
width was uncovered. In a large j says the lead is the largest he
ii uni ber of places similar bodies; has ever scon In any counlry,
of ore have beeu exposed. At j having a width of Kin feet. The
the depth of -10 feet the ore js pre is a sulphide of copper,
•similar to that found in the North j White Grouse District,
.Star.    Mr. Frank Hogan, man- j    a large force of men will soon
iiigerof lhe company, arrived in D0 se)  (u W01.]t developing the
Fort Steele on Saturday and
■went lo the mine on Sunday, Ills reported that a force of nion
will be put to work- developing
ihe property at an early dale.
Lone Star nnd Equator.
various copper claims in this
vicinity. Of those properties
llio Storm King and Copper King
are \'oty promising. On the
Sioiin King there i.s a tin-foot
shaft with four feet  of mineral
These mines are on the East across the bottom, going from I
"Pork of Wild Horse Creek, about: to lo percent, copper, 40 lo 200
12 miles nor theust of Fort Stoolo, ounces in silver, and an average
■and are accessible by a good of $10 in gold,
wagon rond for in miles, tlience I The Copper King has a 00-foot
by a good trail to tho mines, In tunnel, cross-culling lho ledge.
(the immediate vicinity there is In a vein of in feet there is an
■an unlimited supply of timber oro shute of groy copper two
suitable for all mining purposes, feel in width,
which can bo had for the ex- Tho Golden King, adjoining
> ponse of cutting und hauling, the Copper King, has a, 75-foot
There is also an ample supply of tunnel and is a line concentrat-
water.  The property consists of ing proposition, the ore being
two full claims 1,500x1,500,feet
each. The vein is true lisstiro
cutting the formation northeast
to Southwest, and lias been prospected for a distance of (inn foot,
Several open outs have been
made, two in particular showing
a face of solid mineral 12x0 feet.
The country rock i.s lime, slate
.and diorile. The vein is covered
by a heavy iron cap 1.0 feet in
thickness. The ore is safflorito,
carrying gold, silvor and iron.
Assay returns give a value of $5
in gold and 28 ounces in silver.
Ihe Colossal Olid Cornucopia.
Theso claims are situated ou
tho Easl Fork of Wild Horse
creek about two miles from the
forks, and havo the largest body
fit mineral discovered in the Fort
heavily impregnated with grey
copper.
Between Inn and 500 locations
have been mado in this district
and a large amount of development work will lie done this season. Wo understand thai il, is
the intention of the government
lo cut a trail, starling from St.
Mary's Lake, lo the mines. This
route will lie accessible foi'about
oighl months in lhe year, and
will lie of an easy grade with no
summit lo cross,
Dilililn Group,
Tlio Dibble group of mines,
situated in the front range of the
Rocky Mountains, will soon bo
in readiness to ship. It is reported that there is now on the dump
sackod ready for shipment sev-
Nortli Ku;
Soulli
Revelstoii
Slocan ..
Nelson.,,
Kossliiiid.
Lill.iii'.'l !■
, On Boulder Greek.
R. L. Amine and K. J. liighliy
are doing the assessment work-
on a  free  gold proposition on
Boulder Creek.
The Keystone.
Walter   VaiiArsdalen    has   a
small force at work doing the
yearly assessment on tlie Keystone.
On Six-Mite Greek.
A. W. Bleasdell has a small
force working on the Try Again
mineral claim. This is a very
promising property. Tiie ore
carries gold carries gold, silver
and copper, The surface assays
show a value of $211 to the ton.
Development Work.
There is a large amount of development going on till over lhe
fort Steele dislrict. (Ivor Inn
claims are being worked. Every
prospector and minor are sure
that Ihey have a bonanza, anil
are very enthusiastic over llie
fad that they will be able to get
out and ship ore this fall. There
are men here from almost every
mining camp lhe world ovor, and
il i.s ihe undivided opinion thai
the Fort Steelo dislrict lias a
larger .amounl of rich mineral in
sight than any oilier camp or
districl on the American continent.
Ore Shipments.
The ore shipments for the past
week were as follows;
STBAMian.
North Star ...
Gwendoline ..
North Stiii1 ...
Tl INS.
...  lln
'.'.',  lln
Irene Incident is Serious,
London, July I.'i The Daily
Mall's Hong Kong correspondent
says llial il is now known here
that Admiral Dewey requested
lhe correspondents al Manilla
not lo give the full story of lhe
li'one incident for fear of arousing feeling in America which
might load to complications with
Germany,
When the full details transpire
it will bo snon the incident was
more serious than it at lirst appeared to bo.
'ihi-, decision of the presideni
applies alike to Spanish soldiers
who not engaged with the United
States troops as well as those
who have been participants in
the recent battles.
Sail on tho 20th.
Washington, July Hi ■ Unless
present plans miscarry the Spanish soldiers surrendered al Santiago will sail from Cuba to
Spain on July 25- this dute has
beeu lixed by tlie war department and every Blfor1 will be
bent towards expediting iheir
departure, it was announced
today that" the department had
decided to ask for bids from
steamship companies for the
transportation of the prisoners
to their native hind and proposals will lie issued next .week.
Tho contract, it is understood,
will also include the subsistence
of the men during the voyage,
w.-t
( ity..
X.ll'll:
Vii't'ii'ui Soutli
Vnle Kiwi 	
Vide North ...
yule West ....
Tntiil 	
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Saucy French Gunboat.
I'laya Uei Este, Guautamimo
Bay, July l-l- -A French gunboat
oi about 2000 tons displacement
to come into the harbor about
dusk tonight without permission,
and met with a surprise party.
The cruiser Mablohead tired a
blank'shot as the gunboat camo
into the entrance to the harbor,
but no attention was paid to this,
and a shot, from a 0-poundor was
sent across her bows. This, too,
was disregarded, Ihe gunboal
coming along under full stoam,
Por a few minutes it looked as if
a row wits possible, 'I'he I rum-
pels on lho Mablehqad rung out
a call lo quarters, und another
shot was sent across lhe Frenchman's bows, this lime in uncomfortable proximity, Thai warning was sufficient, however, nnd
ihe Frenchman stopped with extreme suddenness.
11 is against naval custom lor
a warship of one nation lo outer
a port which vessels of another
nation are blockading unless permission is granted. The captain
of   the   French  gunboat   was
Bills for ihe Trio Passed by British
Columbia Legislature.
"Bills lor three new railroad
charters have passed the Legis- jju" '""''  '■
liiliiro at Victoria; viz; '('lie Easl j'*v*.','i,,.,„'.' ",EE
Kootenay Valley   Railroad,  ihej *:"■ w"'' v*
' *    ' 1! i'iiii ii "*
Kootenay * Northwestern Bail- Vjtin.'onv..-i- i.'it\
way, and the Norlh Star & Ar- \'
oiv Lake Railway, work on lhe
latter being commenced. The
Kootonay & Northwestern is lo
be lhe Yukon line and is to bo
1,800 miles long. All three have
Iheir termini at Cranbrook, The.
roads are already subsidized by
ilio government and will be built
by the sou of Huron llirseh. who
buill Turkey's anil liussi i's railways,"—Spoli'esman-ltt vit to,
In the above article the line
Italian hand of Colonel Uaker i.s
again visible, showing whore his
interesl in this district lies. The
article in detn.il shows, several
discrepancies. The roads are
not subsidized by ihe government. Where Iluy will start
from or terminate is unknown,
as no survey has yet been made, j1"''' -"m-.' ''I':'*'- non in  *       | „.
straight Opposition party, aud
auotations'for Bar Silver. ! |,   \y   Higgins ,|s  ,,„   r,,,,^,,,,,^
(ins*' t'liuieiit ... l.i
lii'l'IM udent ...   1
('u-i.ir im oloctloti .vn)  1
Total Nn. Representatives. 3S
Protest  have been  lo   ■ '■ n,
void  the election ".'.   13  in
Easl Kootenay, Kellv in Revelstoke, Deatie in West Vale.
Bribery and comtpti ■ in .■ ,■ :
cum* are alleged.
'I'lie Opposition nre preparing
to make a I urd ii::. t      (' issior
where il ctio        *, ■* ■
held,   Messrs Sword and Brown
»v York, .lulv so.   Silver ivrlill
•uii
liui* silver, 'iii'i'.
Moxlaan-dollars,-'"iii
San t'-|*uiii*i.-,i'ii. .lulv:
- ent.
The   Premier   only secured
econd phi ■>■ in the Government
S.llVi'1* lllll*
.
rtii'V
Mi.'.'iii'iin iliilhu*-, IT ci-17'.r.
I Inn, .Inly 20.   i !loae|  lliu* silver,
weak, 117 5-10d ner ounce.
I'linKs a. Victoria. Tin At
General  ha ! n  majority of :'".
Col.  Baker saved  his seal I.,*.-.
beggarly IE votes.    Mi*. Pooley
got in on a majority of ,E, while
News From Dewey. I Chinese Martin wns defeated,
The following dispatch was re-
,    , ,e    , ■     ,       i    , , St. John's Chuivh.
COlVOd lit \\ iishiii"loli   lust, week*
from Admiral Dewey; !   0n Sl""hl'V lnsl  "'" Rpv. II.
"Aguinaldo informed me his ,rwin oJ ^ossluiul offlciatoil and
troops had  lakon all of  Subic [ I"'1'1"'1""1 "'  *"'"- so'rvlco to
Bay oxcbpl Grande Island, whicli {-'.''"'"''/'"'J i-lu-'****v" congruga-
Ihey wore prevented  Ironi Ink-!
ing by tlio Gorman mtin-of-witr
Irene. On July Tib I SOllI lhe
Rnloigli tnul IhoijConcord Ihere
ami 11 iey look lhe isl,nul and
nliinii I,linn men with arms and
uniiiiunilioii. No resistance was
oll'ered. Irene retired from thn
bay on their arrival. I shall
send lhe Boston lo CapeEngaino
about July Kith lo moot Ihe.second army detachment, Not
practicable to send to Guam, No
chartered vessels available.
"Dkwky."
lion. In llu* evoning the Venerable Archdeacon Ponlruath («*-
cupiotl lhe pulpit and pvoachod
uu able nn.l oloqiielil sermon,
The Archdeacon visited Ward,
ner Tuosnay where he held service lie wus much ploased
wilh his visit to Fori Steelo and
hopes loci  frequently when
the Kailway i.s finished, Ile
leaves for the ('nasi on Saturday's slllge.
Harry Urown has completed
the assessment work on tho
Midas claim. THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, 13. C.. JULY
23. P
Cort'ii'-ntc of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Pyriuniil uml Hui'tiliaiii M nil t'laliitK sil-
unte in Hi; l'*"i-i si' '■!■ Mtnii ;■:, -!."'..' ivii.i
Kooti nn*.* tiisirli i.
Where l",;ii"i "ii P.vruratil Creek si.
Mnry- River nliout tnrty miles wesl "f Fori
Stne]
Tnki nollee llial I. ,\. S. Furwell. iwenl l"i
the Pyramid Hoolcnay Minimi Co.. Limited
(Foreli.-ii). Free Miner's Cerlilienle So. Wl**
NOTICE. .. .            ,,
Q     IM I'CIalius i he For,   *^^^^^#^^ijf   ^^^^^^^tiji*jfi}i MAM   f>       WAtD
Sleele .Minim: Division ol Fast Kool y Ills- I &                                                                                                                  4,A IM'UjIU        I IU Ul)
"■'"where I ,:-On Hneklelii-rry II J#                   THE      POPl'I.AR      ROUTE     TO                   S Mnillfi fitt-il   R   P.
ii, ll'ii'l 1'1','vrv Hill, 'in nl
*fi
Ji
1*1-
'ubi
Crowntirai
And further tulle nollee that uetion, under
section II* must be eommeiu'i il helore the issu-
nneeof sueh C'ertllieuti "I tmin-oveinents.
A. S. FAIIUKI.I.
Daii'il ihlsBlh  ...    ' ".'   I'i v   !•»;.      *.'I-It    .
Take nollee Dun 1 H. ll, Jennluiis auenl
tor Frederlek .lolin Smitli "I Ulnsinnr Seol
land. Free Miner's Cerlllleale No. KIIW ' iiileud
sixty days Irom Die dale hereol lo apply lo il,,'
Mlnlni.' Heeorder lor u Cerlttlrata ol In prove-
ments lor Die purpose ol ol.talnliwn I i"»n
(Irani ot the nbove claim.
And further tuke nottee Dim action   under
section ;ir imi-i he commenced    lore the Issuance ot such Cerlllleale ol Impi     ments
I.H. 0. .111 s* XIN*
,! Iliis llll day iil.liine. ISI'S.
w
MoyiR Gitij, B. G.
FORT   STEELE   MIMNG
ASSOCIATION.
't'homns McVittie.
10. S. Friizi'll.
j N. A. IValllnccr.
I'l  1*. Smith.
Jfi  Fli'ft ('Insu ni'.-iiiiiiiiiiiiiilIon fm* travel
tEAST     KOOTENAY* ,,,,B' ;. t:lTM] ■ I""1'11
* w
jiy. tf- CCAMPBKI.L, PROPRIETOR. T 'Til
W •!• i Kill !„• held
$ The large and commodious Steamers ***♦     Teams leave Fori Steele Tues- every monih.
Jfi i}? tlays Fridays nml Saturdays at ah posktiiie iniormiuton win he rininii-
* North   Star    nml    J. I).   Parrellf 7a.m. for Elliott's Landing, con- \« * lh0 a™""*".»>'«■«' "■"■"
"■"■" '   neetliig with   boats   I'nr  Moyio I wmm B,"lllc- Sm-      ,w'Sw!"'*'
SMi;t.*iiir>
ifctitii'v of Hu- llfcHCCiattaB
lie ih nnd Hrd Sntonhii In
Tli
NOTICE.
Wolmor, Warren, Hn ul s.amlMi.i I li f Minerul Clnlms slum ■ Sn i    M ■
Dl/lsl ■!! ol  BUM   tvOl tl "..'■    ' M       '
Where ■*.i""i On I'yrui - ' •*■'■ s
Mor * Hivi'iM uut forty i * - ** -■ * * r ■
i-:. i ■
Taki   ■■',.        \. S. 1
V-.'    I';- "..::..*.    K'        ' ' .lij.^^^^^^^^^^^^
i Pi ri .*: i   Fn ■   Mil ers On N       - ■ •■ purpose uf obi
Intend stxi> duj s from llie itiovi
ply to tin* Miuintc Ktcurdi        a I
Improvi n.■ :■.■.:'-'■■
Crown i Irnni ...■■',-     .
A:. I further tuke
■section
111.!   | ' '      * ."-.',
.'■
pale f Septet -0    M-tl
Dnteil th Is 4th tiny of June. MM.        -r-.'.\     wL & L     ti.           -,i     t      ,      o        m     •
___                                         W 'V   ii''flini>   wilh   bouts   Iur   Mi iv i'
**• a*-     i-
N0T1CE-                    X Capacity, one hundred l-assi'ii-iei's anil one hundred and llftvX   ,i1?,','       ■   ,   ,             ,,,,„„.
S »..   .1 Ill ..   W ,.,....;.(.,     1. W     ' ■■■:■•- «-nri 1-.- I,:i-I :ltl> Jill 111 Elliott».
Sleele Kll        Ji
ions fivii.'hi each
I
■si ,.| Furi steel.
f
w
m
■Professional.
rll Mil Smil
■,'..■■
:„',■, illu'M
'
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ifi
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NOTICE.
notice. ^mUm^^^^^^^^^^^^^
S1XI>
nranil'   StUle. Mill ■■ to     tin :    Fori,
,•;.,,.. .■,..;   n the Fort Steele MimuK Ul-, ste,
vWonoIEa.tl served Crown 111 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
W  "!"       ■    '   *   ' ' * ,.-. N ,       . v ■,,.,,    ,!,„!    |1„,   (,un||
Mar; - River, h ul.es west ol
v'*'* '■ head ol St. .	
Taki notice that i. A. S. Fan .. ,    ii,M,,:,
thi  1'J '"■■ ...                                                          H i,i-   .,
tForelirn     Free Min'                                  - ,                    ,                                                             ,, AK,SA
ati id. sixty duys Iron   SlvM sCa M|lJ :,  |WR iw
ply to the Mlnlne Recorder 1 ...
•  r the ELTON                                               -■■	
' ■- ■■ ii  Irani   t the a ^   .-,   ........
nd further tat                                             .    ,    • .       ,,.,,.,,, n
. .      ... ...,:\u
*■* 'di
'Z,x Will open tin' navigation soasou on tho Kootenay River from!     Albert J. Cirez DRS- Bf*ODIE & WATT
|     Jennings, Montana on the Great Northorn Railway for all     | BARBER.      "    i General Practitioners
pointsm East Kootenay,   About April 20th. XL „, lun<:rs
m Next Door to International Hotel,    cranbuook and fort steele
lE'i'!'   "' I/ i.n mlihvssihi'comimnios'X pout steems, b. c. '    MoviyWw<In-a°ifIKraF"r8Bi'
I ut .lenninn'.s,  Moiitiinii m The Kort Steele MeminlilnX      A large experience in leading mission,
or Wai'ilncr, H, IE t  barhor shops of American cities ' —
f and foreign. nines. '  THOMAS   McVITTIE.
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CO. ?i: r>   ,     ^
Fol'l Steele B.C.
H I.. CUMMINS
I'- I--S. ,1- 0. /.'*.
Fort Steeli* B.C,
i KOOTENAY RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
W
w',
w]
| At..   Mt'NTZ
Kaillll H0US6
'STELLA HOUS]
MOYIE CITY, EAST KOOTENAY. B.C.
■
Tin' abovo Hotel hits been recently erected, uud neatly furnished throughout.
"■.'a^^^^^^^^^^^H NGTH*H	
„   ...*..'.      Lifleai
A. ~   1   -,  lAKI.l. '        * '     *       '
■ ■  ALL  THE  LATEST  FASHIONS Tho ll;"' s"|,|'!io'1  "'"'  ""'  l!l':sT
Cosy and Comfortable Rooms
*
NOTICE. ^	
run
•Volslni * .    .
lincral Claims, siluati Fort Meele J
Ini/ Division o! East K    lena .        .   . I.',,.*.     M,,„,,[Un    .\v,.|iii,.
,,.,   „     ,,.,,,.,.     ..,,    p. .....    ...        v [VI 'I. I\ \     .111 HI 1   Llll      . 1 \ I      lit
Where    jt'-l    nn   i .  . . , Ch.... ....
Mary's River   ibout I :" m ■- m  I *    .   . ..,.,.....
-:■ eh rentv acres
T'.k*' ii"ti''.' 'Imi I   A. S. Furwel   auenl tin
:,,," |'. .:■.„.■ k ., ■■   .,     Mil        ■ In   :,v MRS. HARWOOD MISS  DURICK
iForciKiil   I***   Miner    Curllllcau- N      - .    ,        .". ./  P_	
..-.•■
ply u. II   *.      ■ NOT..
imnrovi I "    ' '■'   I "'■ otttlltnlWK \i
.'       , S'otli that  wit
i [•own ttriml «■! iif auutecittiin. ^^^
.., . nirther tuke nolle.  Ihal actio,   nn.lei '
E.,M'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-       :■■.,-,- ■    .    .-   :,■     __ .
n jmst piam     ih .. .'•:■■ Mouse, sign ii ii it Urna
brands of Liquors and t 'ipirs.
! HEADQUARTERS   FOR  MINING   MEN,
Fort Steele
-   Proprietor
TRACY, li. C.
Excellent   accommodation    for
Mini and Beast.     The Balis well supplied with the
Finest Brands of Liquors'""' Cigars
AKE   MONEY
Buv L
OTS
»   Mill & GO.
IN
OYIE f ITY
STAGE LINE,
i,,,,,,.( such Cerlilleule ot Improvement
\. -■  FAKWKI.I,
pre-emption N Six M	
NOTICE ""rth Ml clialns. itieui',' .,|,si 'jiii'l.aii,.. ili"iicl	
 lot Ml 'ulClalinsllulitoinlho For,   »•»"•» f»«ii«   llietl * »   .to thi
-■ '■-"- •»'*- c"«™»' boKtnntn»r. containtnB im <  paper  Hanging  and Decorating
D. W.  -vVOODBURY, MANAGER.
G1
W. K. Ross. II W, II Km.'im«■■»*..
ROSS & HERCHMERU
Barristers -     Solicitors
NOTARIES PUBLIC
CONVEYANCERS,    .
Fort  Steele.   II   is
T.   EDE.
Customs and Mining Brokei
CONVEYANCER.
Mming Properties Untight ami Sold
AND
I/IMBERLY.
mental Painters
^^^^^^       .IHIIN KKIIKI'.AN
Fori s le April is i-.~ i;.v
Liquor License.
NOTICE.
Leave orders at
ROBSOM  cS   RODGERS.
Where locnteil    Sullivan lllll
Take nnliee Hull The Sullivan llroun Mil
Inn i'i iv   I i'*i*  I'liu"- Cerlllleuli   S
(ejlil'i Inti'ii'l -"iv iluvs '""" 'I"' ili'"| ''	
i,,„ii|.iv Miiiiui* I "■'■'"■ e^mmmm^Bm^m^a^m^^m^-^
,.,„ nfiinoniU'liienls lor lhe |iiii|iuse ... ol,.        I lieri'l'.vi--lve nolice llial th       it   - uftei
tat nil* iriiniottlieuliovi-elalm.  ' ' »>>»» »1>P'J to theOolilCommissioner
Mul turlliel' llll " nolle,' Hull acllon   under   "* l''1" Sl "'''*'""" |i'''"-'''" -'" «'l<«" ''S "'
.,,,,„„;:, mmi'iic lore the Issu-11"" "" ,,:'  ' l""- ''""» '"' EMelln
 t such Cerlllleale ol lu veinenls. Hotel nl lho lown otTrucy. ■ 	
•^^—^—^   ^^^ Ili'i'cntH'i' the 8iitisui'l|itlon nii.'s in
I'reslilenl   uiul   Mnnaiier Siilllvitn ilroup ' "" * | The Vaneouvci'Duilyantl Semi-Wee'ltly
Mlnlni Cotni  ■' '■"., NOTICE.
On iiiiii after Angus! 27th, 180", weekly ■
stages will leave Fori Steele on Friday mornings at 7 o'eloek.  Returning   leave   Kalispell 	
Tuesday mornings at 'kalispell,
7 o'eloek.
Geo. S. McCarter. ,1. A. llurie.t
HARVEY & WcCARTER
Burristcrs. Solicitors,   Notaries Public
l niil-til til-i r> tie.
TOUT STEELE, It. C.
COLLECTIONS     PROMPTLY     MADE,
DAVID GOLDBURG
CUT   IN   TWO.
Kalispell and Fort Steele offices
at the stores of
H. E. KING &CO*
NOTICE.
I . |ii   ll i" ' ,1 ' '...,       iiiiiii   • , llu   I'm
.'cl.' Mlnlni! I'lv   on of Has   Ivooienn.v III*
N'ottce ts herehy -riven thul Ilii days nlier
-liu' I intend to upply m ilu tluvcrnmi nl Ain nt
tol llu Southern division ol blitsi Kooteniiy for
;i transfer [o meot tlie licence held by Th m as
Itolison lor tin saleol spirituous It.niori i'v remit ut the l.iil"' Vtev, Ilous, al Swans, u
I. II VAXUKCAR.
Sivanseu. May i- WW. •:,-•::<
:\    ted    "t - ill     u lllll.
T. in 'i in Sul] van Croup M u
I,|,,|,„IV ' "i I mi'iili'   N(i j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
.■',, ■   ..,, ml    Ixly i   v   from llie dali   llerei l
i   , p|    i""'  ,: '      II eertiiicnto NOTICE.
ullinprov in- I""" i   in '  ol """i '.* Nuiiv.   I. herehy Blven that 30 days a tier
iii'iuiviH ram   rn     hovi i ■■ in dan an appl eniti n nil] be mude lo lhe Uold
\nd tilrlliir lalte notlei I    ' uctlon   under Commissiotior to transfer the license held l.y,
m im mu          mn ihelssu- the undemiiiicd (or my residence nl Crow's added to the subscription rates.
I'liceolsiicheirilileiiiei Nesi Lundtim 10 John Mott.                             (^- Sample eoiiies supplied on llllllll
Iiiiii d ihls Htli iluy of Mi    '*■ Dated this ftth dny ot May. ifns.                    .,,,:,
F.P.IIIXIAN .'"..',                                ELLEN MOTl'
I'n    i'   ■   nnil   MamiKel   ,
World will lu* «s follows:
Patty i,liiimi by inuil. per untunn, *:> 1^1
liu.  f". six months    s ::,
li".  per iiiiiiiiii      i'ii
The Scml-Wcckly edition, mulled,
]n iiiiiMiini      tl (10
Uu.   lorsi.v months       i.i
Advance payments ii.sisiri! upon in
every Instance.
Tin* foreign postage (that is in all
countries outside of' 'aniula. Newfound-
j luiul ami tht- United States) will he
,, :     , ompany.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notici  Is hereby n*lven iimi thirty days
dute! will apply to the Government Auenl
Shvlock Mlii'Tii Clulii ■-    ■■      lh. Fi       """:i" iwimpplS-toiheUovcrnmeiitAeo
SieeleMlnlni *     slonofKusi Kootenn :■-   E '"   "';'::'" "! K"' K""""";   Sl,,"llml
. . . Dtvlsti n. fora   ei nsetosell li,. l.v r.mil in
Wl  I   it. Ii-Ons      mil ' ' "'"--"■■'"•"■ I'-ih' ruin".- n..rii.,i,'i
■Cul:, notice 1            S           nroui M         '   '"    " l*»>mer k Iter In the snld district of
Inn Companj    I rci   Mln.           ItBcati *■     ''" ' i"""'
s*.'l«*j  Intend   •               from ,                                     *v ™LEOD.
t„ 0pp|y loth,. Mini.      :    '        ■      10,        " "■            ""'-' "'S'"" ''"»' "' *1"'"'* W         '>-':'
rnte of Improvement* for irpo«*-  o( ob-
tainitipn CrownUm NOTICE.
Ai..! furihei •*-."' noi     thi   i -;'■ 1' Bfve nolice thnt thirty iliiyx nfter
8ecllon.1l ■■                  ■           '   ■    - |Pnd toapply tothefiovernraeniAueni
anceof such(*eri rtcuteol | (opthe Southern iJirfsion of EiiMtKootenny. to
Dtucil Hi- ■t'ti day ••'. Mb
IH*,AN ^^^^^^^
Preslilenl   ami  Mai * ■ ,
Minimi Company Uatetlai nm si
Addruss
"THE WORLD,
J. C. McLAGAN.     Vancouver, B. C.
Mnrmg'er.
iranxfer '-■■■■ licenne from Swannen to h-j-.li
. .,.
I(  W   1I1IKKI.I.
-■.l-IIH'Tlli. IM'-     'J-*.-'.'!'
NOTICE.
MUlget fraction Mlnem. (laim Mtuate   , N0TICE'
theFortSteeh Mlnlna Division of EaM Kool-        ln "" 'uencp "' ' ""tl1 °' .liimesC
,,i.l, Distriet, ]l l    nocewiarj thul nil accountu duo the
Where located    On H       nrm °' r,'iriln & Durlch Rhoul(l Ijo oollpciert
milefi wesl ■' Porl Stm ■
Take noi - u I hal I.
for Kred ■  Scot
luml free Mlnei    CcrtiftcateN    .■   ■- ■      ■
s.\i\ ilaj * fn tu        ". |;    lo thi
Miiilnr,' Recorder for »Ci I
ir *ni - for 'I.'- purpose ol obialnlno a ' rown
Oram nf the above claln
withoul delaj    -Ml *U<> arc Indohtcd nn- re
:   io   paj   to  William Ciirlln  wlm li
i   ■ ■ /i;tiii reeolpttt in lho firm name,
WILLIAM CAI'LIV
j i   AHMSTItONd onioia] AdmlnlHtrnloi
Iti pri   ■.    ■.;■■   ■■■■ -I  f  liiirtilt, l»»t«
And furthor take notice th I t.    mdei   UTT.T.TWPDV   i   nDVQQM At/tMC
iiri.in.1. ,„„.,,.,... „   MlLLINhKY .imi DKfcSSMAKING
MUS. .1. riOODNOI (III
PARLORB, RIVERSIDE AVIINllI*:.
Mil'* ■ menu
I.* ii JEN
I I tlllx III. illU i.i.i,:,''
NOTICK.
■    ii '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Porl Mi'!'' Mm iik li I Hi     Kooicnii fnyt RtoOlO   II  I!
i, ,ii., i
Whero loeiiled    On II crry lllll
I,..,.     .  toft url Htoete
Tali.' notice ll.nl   I    I.'   n .lei I £ 't\l IV
!.„'  l'r.ili'i'1,'1.  .1,'liu Mill I'. '-"    vUrlll
im.: i I-. Mini'   ■ ■ ... , .
..i,t\ daj . ii"tii Hi, .I..1, ■' ■ I A I 1.1 )l\
Mln ne Itei'ordi I'en        ■       ■
nv vi     tor llie pill'pusi
'  ...       '
llnl '
eclloi
['erlllleati
	
llnl,,! '!       1".   I... ..I .Iv t. 1*11
AM) [MI'OKTKH Ol'1
CINE WOOLLENS
Hoi       ' luiintiiin A vi -inii ■
ion Steele, B. G.
JAMES HIGHWARDEN & SON
PIONEER BARBER SHOP
Everything Strictly First Class.
Next floor to the Pi'ospevtoY,
FORT STEELE
AND
MOYIE LAKE
STAGE   LINE.
A bi-weekly stn^i* will leave Stoele
every Tucsclay mul Prltluy at
7:80 A M
Commcnciii-J' Prlduy, July I Oth, for
Cranliroolt, Sifton, and Movie ('iiy.
Returning   will  leuve  Moyie on
Wednestlnvs and Suturdiiys ul
8:80 p it
Reai'hing Steole tlie tlay following
at nniiii.
't'ii'lvots may tie |u*oi'iii*i'(l t'l'niiiC. M.
Keep, Safe Deposit in.. Steele, nml
anil at tin* Hotel, Moyle City.
 ■ MONTANA
Wholesale doalor in Confection
cry. Fruit, Nuts, be., &c.
Cigars & Tobacco.
I CURE CATARRH,
Catui'i'li  makes life   mlgorable   tn
ninny people.    Scarcely it  person in
wholly fl  Irnni ii    Cniiiri'li  arises
I'nun a combination of gasses formed in
ilic human system. I hnvo medicine
that will cure you permanently in tun
u-eeks.
TA] VKK. Tlir Druggist.
Fort Steelo. li. C,
1   Johnson & Robinson
MINING    BROKERS
Fokt Steele, li. r.
C'OHBESPOXDEXt.'E SOUCITKD..
CHAS,   ESTMERE.
Civil Engineer
and Draughtsman,
Mining Maps of Fort Steole Dlstricl
fm* sah'.
OFFICE WITH   M. A. BEALE.
B.P.COOK.
Livery, Feed  and  Sale Stable.
Fort Steele, li. ('.
TEAMING OF Al.l. KINDS SiH.lrlTKIi.
J,  J,  OUI NLI VAN,
OENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
.AMI
WHEELWRIGHT.
Iloi'su shooing A Specially.
WANTED.
\  iiinn in put iii ,*i Susli mnl
Door    Kni'iiirv    nt     Swansea,
(Illllll   illlllli'l'IIM'IlK Will I ll'l'IVll
iii ;i  riijiiihlo  nml   responsible
iinni.
Crow's Nesl Land anil
Development Company,
THE PIONEER TIN SHOP.
Personal  attention paid tu all
kinds ol .lull work,
Sheet Iron Stoves made to order.
Hot Air Drums a Specialty.
T. C. ARMSTRONG.
D. L. BETTCHEN
$ The Jeweller *}f
WATCIIKS UEPAIltHDiimlSATISFACTION
(IUAHANTHED,
.'•Mi
SWANSKA, B. C.
Fort Steele Wood Yard.
WOOD
Furnished Promptly, all lengths.
Leon Orders with Gilpin if- Lindsay, or
witli lln Wnli r Delirery Mnn. '
C. J' CROFT, Proprietor.
POR   SALE
imi-:m Iv VS. I'l.lisnii ilyiiiiiii'i i.'.Mi Iflcp, lnni)ii)
im".1:, li. w •■    un iii.'.|i liimiiH)
six* AUG I.AMI'S.
Swituh board, with all nooossary
instrumonts,
Tin*   IlllOVC   .1,1111111111',   III''   ill   |)l.'l'fl(l'l
I'linililii'ii, iiiiiI  in.' iilli'iv.I   for ml.' .in
a nut of tlio Coilljiati.V liniin;: I'llltll't
nl thull' BJ'hIoui Iiiiiii ilhi'i'l in itltornal
in:: t'liri't'lit, Km' flll'thor |)lli'lIrllllU'H
apply to
Kootonay Klcotriu Co., Ltd., Kaslo,
18-ao
Fokt Steele,
li.  (E
D, M, McMillan,
Miulng Propositions,
Mining Shares,
Farm Lands and!
Real Estutre
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED..
1). M. McMillan, Brandon, Mao
ON THE ((()
EXCHANGE ;v*. SAFE DEPOSITC»
Tritnuiii.'ts a goiioral L'lillectliig aud '.-x-
cliiiiiiri' tniHiiii''.s.
P.J, CRUICKSHANK
Fort Steole, U.C
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SHOEING,
AND JOBBING.
Mining   Work-   ;i   Specialty.
p BOESEN,
CONTRACTOR
anu mni.DKij.
Fort Stooli
n. c,
liAMDNT
Contractor and Builder
Fort Steele, ll. c.
HEAD.
THE PRO&PECTOH.
DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS Mill*
ACCOUNTS CASHED.
Drafts Issued payablo in Canada mul
th.' liiili'il Stilton.
Kiiieu Hotel
Hull Head Prairie,   -   B. C
Aooommodation for Travellers
Tlie bar supplied  with  a   Uut'.
stock of Wines, Liquors uud
Cigars
Thomas   W.  Rilley
PROPRIETOR.
PURS*W*
Tho Providonco Fur Company,
I'pdvldnnnt, U. I., wnntii nil IthxlH nl   Kn*
'ill-,   SMn     UlllHHIK.HCIlCl'll, I'llo.   tf    I'llcU
(linlril lul   IIUXl 'A\\\ |1||,VH IM'i' IIH (ri I It. h s
SHvi-r Fnv     MA ini I'i MMI ui
Hear    r. ikiim   mi no
(IIIlT  I Ml tl> [I no
hi .iw, II (X) in     ;i iiii il
Mnrlln . 'Mm i,,     ii ihi
Willi ... I   IH!  |„ <• I*
it'll l''-\   whi ii.     ■: mi
Ml nu  ;;. in    ■* im
SkiitiK       :.*i In     i nn
(Iraj I'V)*  I         ?."i
I'm       s.11 mi        :.*;»
■    I H,i lj i Hinili oilier Iiii'h mui ,iuri'.«n.
|i|iiM utlnil,    l'*llll |»rlflCH I'tumuili'i il.     CtllPfU
i Ice i. cont'iiiiH Lroutmuiii nm! Imim'Ulaii
r/omUtUMJOUII nil i-"iisli:iiiii'iil--. I'MII THE PROSPECTOP, PORT STEELE*.. B. C, JULY 23, 1898,
mUMMimirm -wi*i w->, leiMKMnanmBKn
DISTANCES
Or. Crow's Nest Railway Minn Line
and Fort Steele Branch.
MA..N UN!'..
Mill's
{.eUrtirlilKu lo Uiu'lcoil im
Muiloud to Crow's N'-i l.nlii'  in
Crow's Nesl Lnko to Coul CreeK   lis
c,.,*.ii'n'i'lii"Klk RiverCrossing  Ill
Klh illvorCrossliiB uiWunluar W
vvsnini-i* lo Fort Steele .lumitloti  16
inul' S'l'BBI.K llilANi'll.
li'.»rt Steolo .luuctlon t.i Fort Steele   7
S'iiu Steele to Nortli Slur Mine -•(
MAIS I.1NB.
Porl Steele Junction in Crulllirooti    "
illriinlmiiili to Swuusoll  H"
Sm nscu in Moyle city '• '■   T
Mii-yie cll.v to (.Inul River Siiiuinil  'HI
•:;.l! Siiiuinil l" ii  H-I.iinillnn  4
■ Wi',1 Examiner and formerly I meut worli within tlie required
connected wiili the New Yorli period of out' yeur, either through!
\,Iouriml, hikes llm editorship nl' oversight or the misunderstand-
the Ktnitenuiun. liis stuicd up- ing of partnership interests, virion good authority tlint R. E. L. liable cluims have been lust.
Brown has control of the capital Now, if a prospector fails tore-
stock. Mr. Brown was inter- cord the work within a year, al-
\Mewsd while on his way from though the work has been done,
Mrs, SPRAG ':*.
ta%e Urospertov.
SATURDAY, JULY 23, lsiiS.
Whitewater to Victoria, but declined in discuss tlie matter ot*
indicate the politics of tlie incorporated Koolciittiau.
German Gunboat Was Saucy.
Manila, .Inly 19.—Tho insurgents reported that the German
gunboat Irene in Subig buy refused to permit them to attack
thu Spaniards on Grande island.
Rear Admiral Dewey promptly
dispatched tlie Raleigh und (Em-
cord to investigate the mutter.
On entering Subig buy the
Raleigh opened tire ou the forts,
whereupon the Irene slipped out
by the other channel.
The result of tlie tire of the
American warship was that tlie
Spaniards, numbering over 500
men, surrendered everything.
On returning  to  Manila the
Vizcaya.   He said; captain of the Irene explained
"The entire squadron was or- that -'ho interfered in the inter-
■dared to devote the tire of their est of humanity,''and offered to
guns to  the cruiser Brooklyn, |hand over to the Americans the
because it was believed that she
JO   SINK   THE   BROOKLYN.
Captain Eulate Tells of His Futile
Attempt.
Through Lieuteuaut of Murines Tliomus S. Borden, who
conversed in French with the
prisoner at Santiago de Cuba,
an interview wus obtained for
Associated Press with Captain
Kii.liite of  the armored cruiser
Fruit
-1 Confectionery
Notions of all kinds.
CIGARS and TOBACCO,     m.
w
SMITH & LINDSAY,
Tobacco Plains.
Highest Price
Paid for
Furs.
**
NOTICE.
I lioronygtve notice tliui ;in,i-iys alter date
I wlll upply to tbe Oovernmeut Agem forSoutn
Kust Kootenay, for a transler tu me Irc-m
Ste'ihon Voutift ol tlio remit Itrjtioi- IIl-qiiso for
tlie Cuiur li 'Alone Hotel :u Westport.
i'i. A. Kl.TON.
.Illlli! *.'i,|li. !-.'-. 'Ji-;ll
refugees lie had on board. Admiral Dewey has declined to accept them.
wa.*, the only ship in tiie Aincri-
<can squadron that could overtake us. When we got out of the
hat-bur with our ships the Vizcaya wus second in line and I
saw our Hugship wus getting a
terrible baptism of Are.    It wus
frightful. The Texas aud Brook-.
, ■   , ,.,,,•      ,   „  „,,, beard shaved  oil   und went on
lyi) were just riddling her ancti        ,   .,      , .,,        , ,
in 15 minutes i  saw she was on
tire.   The town uiul tin* Oregon
Sent Back to Spain.
Messrs. Duliiisc uml Oarrunza
sailed lust week from Montreal
on the Dominion line steamer Ottoman.   Seuor Dubosc hud his
tlie   bout,  with   a   false
were tiring mi the (Iqueudo uud
as yel I Inul net  bean badly hit.
ul<
',„,    ,,     , , . ,     i   ,,. ' ,,,•,,   at Washington aud came to Ciin-
• lhe Brooklyn has hal! a mile °
da when relations were broken
!!'.    Ii is believed they estnb-
vsteui   und   the
-'.er 1'
1 tri
in any oil
:*;iiii  her
ship,
that
mil l mod
the Colon and Onuendo could get lls'"''1 "  h|'*v
,,   , ...   , ,. „,, ,.   Ci, t'aiiiiiliaii  authorities  intimated
away, and I started for her.  bhe
,   .    i   ,   , ,i-  ...iil,  i,,,, !-.*» thut Sliam wus a  liiiich  heller
Wils a good tiituK witti iiei* ing '
,        , '. , , ,     ,.,,.,   i   I place of abode for them
broadside, aud as   I   started   I '
thought surely I  would gel her, Had Time to Spare.
but  she had  evidently seen us     with a new broom tied to the
and quickly she turned about and Ul], of hel, toremnst um\ n japau.
ese Hag Hying from her stem,
the Japanese cruiser Kasagi sailed  into  the  harbor  at  Ports-
toward shore, so thai   1  could mouth, N.* H„ one day last week,
ind
making a short circle came at
our port side, so that 1 thought
she would nun us.     I moved in
he bus 80 days'additional time!
in whicli io make the record by
payment of an extra #10.
Another change regarding the
assessment work is in that particular which called for work to
the amount of $100 each year.
Now a miner may do und record
as many assessments us lie
pleases iu u year by paying the
record ing fee for each assessment done to the extent of $100.
In case anybody should adverse an application for a certificate of improvement and crown
grant, the contestant must have
his cluim surveyed immediately
and tile a plan made and signed
by an authorized provincial land
surveyor with the writ.
To obtain a crown grunt in
1896 it was necessary to do assessment work to the amount of
jSiiOO anu to have tlie claim surveyed, whicli meant another
slutl. In 181)7 the act was
amended so its to provide that up
to May 1. I "lis. the cost of such
survey should count ns work
done on the claim, not to exceed
sin". In plain English, ii counted ns uu assessment and ns work i
toward the crown grunt
vey generally costs Sloii. Tlie
luct Legislature extends the lime
to Mny 1. 1890,
Hereafter in adverse proceedings iu connection with llu
to  mineral   claims,  before
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
ings shall give affirmative evi
deuce of title.     Heretofore the
burden of proof was on the contestant.
The fee for recording asses.-.-!    Patients from Port
meut   work  Ims  been   reduced| *nille»- »'M be i I
from xi.7e to $2.50. Heretofore
the fee for recording assessments
has been 2ii cenls higher than
other fees.
Molilalia.
NOTICE.
As 1 am aoin.ii" away on business ilim will necessitate my absence for about a month, 1 wish
to give notice to my customers
that Mrs. Ship will conduct the
business during my absence.
Mks. Goodnouoh.
FORT STEELE
Assay      Office
(Kstul.ii.lli'il Wil)
WALLINGER    &   NELSON,   AMALGA-
A sill*. MATORS.
j    Sunipli s muy !«' left ui Assay office oi
with li. A, Kltini ,v Co.
bou rd
beard.
Dubosc   and   CaiTaiiza   were |
members of the Spanish legation j collrt> Klch l':*-'*-v "/ ""' Proceed-
';i:KaiisD6ii Hospital
r*
Co,
(LIMITED    LIABILITY.
FORT STEELE **-§£ WARDNER
British Columbia
W't* direct special attention to Ol'H  STOCK of the
following lines of Goo Is.
St. Charles Cream Pet Cream
Winnipeg Creamery Butter Hazlewood Creamery Butter
And a complete stoi k of
GENERAL   GROCERIES
Nails Bar Iron Jessop's Stool
Wheelbarrows
COMPLETE LINE OF HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE
Dry Goods
avoid Iiei- ami  then  I  saw that
the Oquendo  had   gone ashore
after having  made nn average
speed of E-'i   knots an hour,  it
Mi
I
». .lames ( imlttn
*   \V. A. i ,n,rail t
Mrs, IC. R. Weuhbu,
i*. iimi the
reasonable
terms.   Km rates iu.ipl,v to:
Mrs, e. R. Webber, Manager.
KALISPELL, moxtana.
Puri-iishiny; Goods
Anybody who pulls down a
legal posl erected to mark a
boundary or locution of a mineral claim, or any writing required by law to be thereon, is
liable to imprisonment for six
months, ora tine of jfiiiO, or both.
also, her steam pipes evidently |qvuu.ter 0*j a. \mo\ above lhe con-1This is supposed to be directed]
Inning heen severed by
•'The   maneuvering
JOHN WElGHTIIflftN
I.IYEY.
FEED. AND
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel .Mont.
I sll(l-j tract requirement tor a distance I particularly toward   preventing
II ll"' of  hi miles.   The   Kasagi   was I the use of old posts by people
Brooklyn   was   beautiful.    We built by the Cramps,
opened u rapid lire at her with
oui- big guns, bill she returned it
with terrific effect,   The Oregon
who reslalie a claim uud sometimes  destroy   evidences of  a
Purtles to mnl
will fiiu! that this
leuve their stock,
il "-.
iiii  l-'i.i-i  Steele
iio i>i'-i [ilaee to
obtain eolivey-
British Columbia Mining Laws.
At the recent session of the
■also hit us several times, bul the Ilritish Columbia Legislature
Brooklyn's broadside crashing several important changes were
inin our superstructure simply mude in the mining laws of that Americana  and   Otumdians   Again
prior location.- Canadian  Trade
: Review.
THE   PASSENGEK   KATE   WAR.
terrorized the men.   We worked Province,
all our gnus ul her, uiul I do not j    The lirsl new provision relates
seo how she  escaped us.   She to the location of fractions.    In
simply'drove us into shore, nt all fractions surveyed from now
Consider the Cost.
I!. IV Caldwell, chairman of
lhe Western Passenger Association; IE S. Eustice, general pus
GEORGE
GEARY.
Livery,
Feed &
Fort Stee
Sale Stable.
le I',.r.
SAIIH
i'K HOUSES.
1 I.A.MlNIi
il Al.l, IvINIlS A SI'ICI.'I.TY
one liine  lighting us al   1,100 on, whether staked corrootly or enger agent   of   the Chicago.
yards.   One shell went along the not, the surveyor may adopt the Burlington & Quincy; .1. Sebas-
giiuileek, killing half lhe men Oil
it nnd wounding nearly all the
rest. A shell from the Oregon
hii the superstructure and it wus
then lliul, wounded uud knowing
Ihal  we  coiilil   not   gel   away,   I
struck the Hag anil started for
the bench. I did not instruct lite
incus to luiul lhe guns and do not
know why Ihe.V were loaded. We
were otl lire badly, and when
those mon who were alive start-
ad to swim for shoro tho Cubans
nn .shore shot nl US until the
American ships arrived and
stopped them. The Brooklyn
hud prevented me from gelling
ii.ivu.y, for I could huve beaten
the (Iregon oul, us I hud a two-
mill' lend of her. My orders
were to try and sink the Brooklyn, und J tried to curry theiii
out. I did not think lliul her
battery could be so terrible us it
was."
Nowspupor Changes Hands.
The liuulciiiiiun, of Kaslo, ti
semi weekly paper, the reprc
gontatlvo Journal of the Koote
nay mining region, has boon
piii'cliaseil [rom David W. King
l>y a company Incorporated ns
the Kootouulan Printing and
Publishing Co., Limited. Mr.
King remains as manager, Harold Boioo, for the past two years
.editor  of  the  San   Francisco
boundary lines on lhe surround
Ing olaims, provided thut no side
exceeds 1,500 I'eel ill length. In
oilier words lhe locator is en-
tilled lo lliu vacant ground Hint
he clninis, even if lie does not
slake it in such a manner us to
Include it nil, wliich he seldom
does.
by a I'OCOllI decision of the
courts u prospoctor losl u olaim
because of Inability to secure the
post necessary to murk the locution. The amendment provides
that iu ('uses where cluims ure
staked abovo the timber line, or
the prospector cannot secure the
necessary posts, he mny erect
monuments of earth or stone.
In staking un extension the
posts nre oflen planted so us to
form a wedge-shape fraction botwoon two ends of lhe two clninis.
These fractions have often incurred great expense, nol only
in recording ami surveying, but
iu cases where they carry the
nail, and thus become of such
value us lo proinolo litigation,
The amended net authorizes llie
surveyor to include such fraction, provided it does not cover
more thnn 51,55 acros, the aron
of u I'iiII cluim, and provided
further that iwo location posts
are together,
Uy failure to record tho assess-
timi, general passenger agent of
tho Chicago, Rock Islund & I'n-
citic, und George Heaiford, general passenger agent of the Chicago. Milwaukee ei* St. Paul mil-
rood, hud u conference with the
interstate commission upon the
subject of the western rate war,
This contest has been going on
some time between the western
American lines on one side uiul
tlie Canadian Pacilic on
other. 'I'he war bus reached it
ruinous singe for nil parties concerned, und embraces rules from
the Atlantic lo Ihe Pacilic coast,
but the lines wesl of Chicago oro
most largely affected. The rep
resentatives of the American
lines did nol Iiie uny petition or
complaint, Imi oxplalnod to ihe
commission ihe situation,   The
GRASSICX   &  DEMPSEY.
COi\T7\,^lCT07*vS
AND
BUILDERS.
Fort   Steele   li.C
Famous Klondyke Boots for Prospectors
Hay       Oats        Potatoes
Special Prices for Large Buyers
FULL   LINUS
Sash and Doors
Cedar Shingles
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR
FaDst and sehlltz Beers
(Sold nt Wholesale only)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
CARLIN & DURICK
NOTE AND COMMENT.
The annexation of Hawaii will
thoi Prove" bonanza lo tho owners
of steamships  plying  between
lhe Pacific const uml Honolulu,
Thoy huve begun In I'eel lhe
effects of the coining rush for
Uncle Sam's new real estate, und
inquiries al the lickol olliee inili-
cute thai lhe rush bus just coin-
nionced, snys the Tacoma News,
ll i.s II noteworthy fuel lliul mosl
of the | pie  who are going lo
Honolulu
.   .      , ,  al  present are taking
conuniss  has no authority In ih-Rl-clnss passage, nn indication
the inuller except lo order an in
vestigation of the competition
of the chili-actor of lho passengers.   They ut xpeeling nn era
wliich has  reached   such  grovulof   prosperity and   are  rushing
proportions, or perhaps b nue across lhe son to lliognrduii spin
a mediator betwoon  the  rival of lho Pacific lo oslablish Ihom-
' i| ies, ; selves where  Ihey can   reap lhe
Tno Canadian Pacilic company, bonofits of lhe growth ol irado.
by Its goneral passenger Irofllc Keconl   reports   from   Hawaii
manager, I). McNlchol, and ol   show that thero has I tin murk
torney, A. ('. Ituymond, also con- od Improvomonl in business oh
fciTcil wiili ihe commission lo closfrom ihe time ihatannoxa
day nud guve iheir view of the lion was assured, tt Is statod by
rule wur- There wore also con- llioso who huve been on the isl-
foroncos between Mr. Caldwell ands recently thai there is n
and Mr. McNlchol, but so fur j good opening for business, but
nothing like un understanding tho demand for laborors is not
bus been reached. excellent.
s,,icA^ntsi"M,i,6aoionst66i company
This Stkki, is guaranteed in be equal in Jessop's or Firths in all
IIakh Rouk Wiiiik,
Grows Nest Goal «p«nv
Giant Powder Gompanu.
Soli; Auknts
Sm,i;   AciKN'i
Milling Supplies a Specialty
Fort Steele Meat Company.
Fresll ami Salt Meats always
on hand.
Robttoti 6i Rod ner h, Prop's
Riverside Avenue,      -      -     Fort Steele, B. C; THE PROSPECTOR, FOKT STEELE, B. ("'., JULY 23, 189
THE   PROSPECTOR,
15   PUBLISHED   WEEE..Y   lis
THE   PROSPECT!)!    * '  ' PANY
A. II. GRACE. MANAGER.
THE PROSPECTOR, Is published
every Sutui'tlny, und Ims n guuruiitccil
cireiiliiiiuii larger llinn nny other paper
in Fast Kootenay. It is all home Printed
and contains double the news ut* mi\
other pupcr in the district.
As an advertising medium it Is unexcelled.
Devoted it'll] Fort Steeli
development "f ;ii" vast m iiei-nl
th" Enst Iv- '■ !..    :               stl'li't.
Subseripiions  i S.OS pi
before the election the elector
was sought I'm' I'.v day nml by
night, in season and mil: tin* balance rn' '.b'' time, nnii! ii not her
ele *tiini. tl lectors will have
ample linn* in point out what is
needed iii the district, .--in?.'' their
taie of woe, nnd point out to the
successful M. IE IE that he is
their member; but don't remind
Iiiiii of promises made and long
Forgotten, nor of the I o
iiinni lis that In* ''.iv,. d to
maiesli ni the peopli
Having i
assertions
press ll
colleague*
people, ii i
nu:'  lii.it  t
those who invest.',! their money
have   had   the    satisfaction   nf
learning  tlial  dividends of one
and  a  half  per cent, per month
are    tu    lie   deelared    regularly
hereafter.   Those two great eon
corns overshadow all the others,
Eni a*, the official reports show it ceived no p
constant increase in the proline   by the vi
linn nf gold llllll silver il must lie  nl   llle   p. II
supposed  iimi  ibe\   will imilie Tin* 1'i'eii a
Iimi;* permitted lo enjoy so proud ond   place
.in eminence.     Much  is   hoped ranks nl   \
■   i", i'1'ipineiil  tif  : Ile ;i I'll Voles
TH Miiiir-li-rj' Voto
Mokai   See that the pledges ol   greal   esui I     \f, .:   and lhe   defeil
.    ,bmton>                 .... the member elected are carried I all t'an                es with ... dales,
ilistrict.          matter lutei           : out ill full, 01' com pi ll to s          ll'e I                  plvim     ilul I ..I lolls had mill   a
must hare the wlter-s slm dOWll Ullll OUt. r  IS III             bus ins   oppoll
TWSPAPF*-}  I}   lu"!
ma ' *,LA while   lEI
'-'                       * ''   v'" S|M     '    ' saved bis
'__ _ __  ;mati ,",",'   ...t.', v'()k,s    N|
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li
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*   tlKHIll  .■      - '   1st
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il   l'iiiiiiii dore
id.sit.  I
.patiisii mail slea ner lie [,",„„,, jj,
*' es norlli iheri    -,... L.n this port and TiuiRior will ,,. ",  „,„;
v- .. . v .    =■    :--. ' l\   lilllllllls
11,-Xt Weel*
(The |twsywtov
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ALL   OYER   THE       ■ ,
1 Mr, lln
Lu '    Iti.    ll   is   -..-,. !;11 L,r m)|
11   "I"""'''  "'-"■'.''■" us no doul
that  Eiie inhab ,.1!|N ,uu|
il    . :;\    '"'''   l>;i ti iv |.ljlv   ,...,,l:
'hev     be  ,-•:,      I1 i ,„„: „.:,;.,
, . tlttlJOl n le
lefense- sionev ,,f
Extel1     " - * ess Barcelona a,     In    .   tee'to ^-..d
Witiei'.s      * < , . I'he loeii    banks    n   '" "
Vv
Tv
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iv ■■-
v.'E,* i from 20 to s -
are found
- ,
progressi - .:-     dis
lm mdless     forests,
wa:* th iu p,
all   ii:*'
gold, silver,
per.    All   these  llll lo Sl
.■ii,ei. d, and as ye
Of  1:1       ill   Colli
Steele   lliiliili'      llivis 111'    K , i     .        .
Kootenay, ■ i     .
eii' t ri
tbe   pros]     or       ■  '
sure.    .■■ idistriel
a la\
hu;' j'i
borne -I
beet
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Itdieal
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,lve lv*       Kveil
"~""':-  "  A-'"'*"' ,,,'inao',
'v      I'l'i'lleii     11
elected  by  handsome
Tin* i 'bad Coilllllis-
..umi. and Works was
,* eight \uie-, by a new* (j() TO Tl! I*;
ad iiniisiiiii difficulties
mf'the   Government!A. W.  KLEAS^ELL,
* nil Barcelona has .,
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letlioil
iiii: ii resit
ihe votes
'•om the gov   ,*.,!„,„„,
ed as mi
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.    Tiear,   '...  was raised   i  l,w'
■   .    ire iirmy
.   ■ i'!*i".iders marched oul
.i isouers of .,
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in .' li  • i ■    v..'. ■ :i    Iiii was Iiuu-1'
.    [oi    :. weeks til Madrid, i lu
di..*.. .' ned will  .'" iniral l iimarn
inspected   he lloei mul def
and in every ivaj «  a llu
iri'i- p   uleiil        del ce o  llie oltie  on . lo disappear il"'   l.iiil'i  nl   u
ai, .     ■ ' i  For :■'.   hit ■'.    tlu
e :,,. hi i.l   up  afterwards    i  Tan
idiot
shot!   v
bell v
* ., ie ■ and conl'i ssed   o i lie cur
,■ , ., ir,, in  respondent   lliul   his nun e wu
■ '.    i    ear J 'ei niindeii ami that   In* was cap-
I.'.   "        till     ill      ill'*     See       Tl sn,
Kossitt im gurs.     iii:' Spanish descent,
lie said, enabled him in deceivu
ail ibe Spaniards while acting ns
ihe confidential agon I ol the
Slides government,
Fiist ITlii*;* for Hawaii.
San   Pl'tllicisea,   .Illlle   17.    A
beautiful American Hug was soul
by the steamer Alameda  in lhe
Hawaiian chamber of e merco tlull   oi
n, Le unfurled in  iin* ceremonies ! Kulispu
.   , -  hav-
 r ,'■ tys
"in a
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■   '      |||        lllllllil      I'll
..  uf llm iipi rations an*
Mrs,
wns Eii
Donald
dan ige.*
.Mrs. (
nn    lhe
from a i
Cheap
Tin* I
( 'u,  is ill
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mints a
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fir lho i                     •     ■'   Llm   produci ll    is ()| ,..,,,,,,,,. (■„, n;l.,. ,)V(M, n,.,. \H\. | Perry, i
sei v ,ii"    lo    '.'■     '             ol    the pleii    i          I             II      .."i.'i'"        |
electors ol bisd                      i liu   Hi I         • Cuniidiiiu capital     n   u,.,s pro||)   ,),,. < < | i,-n,, i M *r < il
[ot I ,; i.ie return are not      iSed ei ii'in llml  of llm mosl
j -iii'i II    uu ■ '■- ' urtuiit. of lhe inilu       I," leu
do For the districl would   HII i niiu Lhe '"in' i u    I
large book,    After lhe election orubln grievuii Rossliiiul and
,,nii, "ive ui San I'Vaiicisco,
Ui-'k lli,in-.
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W. J. R. CO^TE
i d.ii assay
311.\ Kll, >i|.'
I.IOAO, ft
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Tlie Stun
Tin* Chlorinit
n mind ibe coutinui 1
ul Ibe Government
Mr. Turner and bis
were the iduls uf  the
s somewhat  surpris-
iey should  have  re-
ractical p 'oof of lhis
- which ihey received
5   un   Saturday   lasl
r only  sei'itrod  see
in   Uie   Covornmcnl
icloria, uud was only
lliead ui toe lirsl el
>'l   Opposition   eaiiili
ie    Allol'lley l lentil nl
majority uf  Eii over
■ul, a gentleiuiin en
ui   piiiiin ;il  circles,
mei    Httker     rely
■ai i'.v a  beggarly IE
I'ooloy inay   lie said
■ii eleeled simply by
ii'illg onlj live voles
Hige'itis, whose sup
ell as thai nl   his coi-
llayuard    was largo-1 Hair, Tooth and ,\a I
md by llie candidature Toilet Articles
ns.    Indeed. Inul the Perfumes, Toilet \V
"eii in ibe Hold, Ihere j Pace Blench, Hair I
i   that   i.uili Mr. Uig-
Mr. liu.ywurd   would
-™!!Iin»Imii'II«nn^!t!-niI""'m""""'mTnn,,n"n"",rrr?
jc'Tfitimtiim""vT!ii(»Tim
I VICTORIA It
Ml 1,1.  TESTS;
II lias a cnpiicily nf 111 Ti
inn  Plan I 1 Tons a day.
S. A. ROBERTS, I'
Business Mar.   3a
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r'ur Pishing Tackl
Drugs   Patent Med i
Spectacles
For all fiooda usually kept in a first class Drug Store.
Prescriptions   Carefully   Compounded
Pioneer Drug Ha
by the aid oi all tlie
> wlin*!', ie its despera-
irtotl' m havo secured
majority in lhe house,
which tin* members of
ived musi be i, gai'd-
 ation thai the peo- Wa
ti [i conlideiice in the \'&
ef lE. adiuiiiistratiou I'L
been ir. power simplj   ra
:.,iii ol  accidental eir- 111*!
is and whicli represent i [Iw
...':'.- from
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m
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un tut i    a pan r irom >i.,
lhe   . uu lint! * ■ virii   \W,
ility  di ,"  long since m    Goll
,Vi      ..' '  riiser.
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i. Is. mnisi eaco.
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icse, I for    rom
dors,    I'he big li
lired ill times; th
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lies.       Tl "    '   plltlU "
' times,     Tl ■
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l|10    il i li
 tit ed  'I tr
lired
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■   "    (lie    ihnii   ule  i i'iiii":" '
■  i odi ■  and   liilli il  ei ery per
so ,. blowitif   iome lo pie :i s,
Smith   ivbu-e    husband
led  on  iiie IE IE   l.i   i i
isl   year  ,'.'":   :• ..." *
i CIU1  . I"'   ( 'u.
orgo I iilpin  roti i  ed
.nriii  Slur  Thursdiiy
i .ii ul Spokane.
Ti'liuts to Eastern Points.
Imil  Norlheru Railway
ling tickets lo all East-
nlll   and    [Tilllot!   Stales
:'l'i"llly    redlleed  I'lltoS.
r   address   ugotlts ill
11,    ilennilllis,     lluiiiier's
Dixon, Uen. Agl.
Spokane, wash,
on JKCIl   NOTICES.
il,,.   ,H',ilim,    i nh Nml mt     rn cities ou ticcoiiiil  ul   llm North Slur on Sunday  lor \
,.|.., tors ai'''   ll in*--   ' t 'i' liberate policy ul  ilu   ■'"■'
[low ii lielnie il".'''     I       il lo bu   nil    applies  in   I In*
dale iiinn .ui M. IE I'  I gen I'liiled States,   This anil several
lly suggest llml  I hern are prom other   ol   'lie   more   promising
i.s«s to be Fullllled, cerium wants properties have   recently   been
nt the districl I ui i"'i "iii; ucipiirod  by   British capitalists,
I.n  ,ijn,, the successful une lm:. I'tiiuiiliiiii   capital   controls   iin
rn, lime iur bis constituency ai War  Eagle group,  only sec I
largu     P"i' two shorl  1111111111-. in  imporluucc to Le  Pui,   ami
toria.   ' 'ii Sunday, ibe loth insl,
Un*   Colonel   bad   ;i   victorious
smile upon liisi'ulilileiiaiiee.   I llie
week laier iin* smile bud vanish
ST.
Sendee
day oveni
alViEiiii'i
n I It o'cli 'I
1'1,'KSI
Sen ii *■
I'resliylei
JOHN S I'liri.vil.
will be held every Sun-
is* in Sl. .luliii'sCbiireb
lock,    Sunday School
zzz:::z::z. like Steamers leave fl William. Out
, ,     , I   resn\ M'I lllll 1   llllllll wiii   ue lien
ed and 1 e iinii*   was    vn   rn on        01 ,1     ,, u
oil Siniilir*  in  Ibe   lliiera       otisi
    II.... 'I'l l.i I..!'  ... 1 ._ ■ ... !
every Iiin*.    Tl rushing defeat   ,,1 --.nn 1
of Ibe (lovurnmonl and a Insl i s.,1,1,,,,11
ealiiiiei position aro the cause of class will
his woo-bogono appearance, opera I liaise.
,1t ini.-l
i'i,   11 i'iiii; Inili
'V, i'lllllll   11   Illllll    '
"Uii""'."-: i:  i- 1I1
Tiiiad'i.ii
I'm* nut'is, tir
i'.i;.ni.\ii\. Leu. 'ui
Spill .*    U'ii-1
"iiiomMiFi'niiTiiTiiii|iT'.ii'riim!'iiri(fit!iniiiiii:Hi>TV
rTVTITr'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTm-rTTTTTUTm'fTTinTnT-fTrTTTnnTTnTTTTTT^,
METALLURGICAL WORKUP
AND AC
ASSAY OFFICE, , ,
STREET.   VICTORIA. B.C.
IL, B. h., .  8, S., mm ENGINEER.
SOLE PROPRIETOR AND MANACUr,
m.      iail.il AMI SII.VKi:. sl ,',11.
I). Sll VKK .VXD l.l'.AIi. »l..-.|l,
nn. nul.11. sil.\'i:i; AXDCOI'l-'KK,
l*:il Mill' II..-' ON   M'l'l.l' ATION.
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I ers
leach
|( Pace Powders a ml
1 Cosmetics uf -ill kinds lm* tin*
i Complexion
* I'Eitiev Goods and Violins
.'.V *
f Paper and Envelopes..
Pine Toilet Snap
•h   PUKE   DRUGS
PORT
STEELE!
ilmiluiilL- <) 111111 ■ 1 <, Colli
P X:
ag J. fi. s   vJ- 9   -M
OLESALE
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LIQUORS
ttid Port Steele, B. C.   S
m
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I  Till:   I'U        ms  KNOWN*  AS  Till <(i
r-,
-    ' * -      v !   ..
.'■   V.J-.E.1J. „■,..'      ,,       „v    £
......      . ' ,   ■ .1
■    Mo vi e '. i
vthehol
nt fishing in I
■: . : -.leal
-
.'    oniecti :..    i i il ..■.,.:,        .■■     id
: pSOll    &     i
•therti
Railway.
:■*  1 ' I   '".. -.  '  i> ,.'      ' 'I  KUCITS'I
I     I   .      ,1.    [Ol      .
nniii'i         1;    1 It I. ::." Iii 11  i'  1 riilliHl li    -i
•i 1 .'it'll"'", il '  ■ im "iim ilcni.'1'l . ll  ..; ■   Imil
'III I  ill'  - i'i, 1 i'l ,, ul   ull):   ,1 lit,; :   ',i" ,.   , ■   .-y  ,i|   I,
111' 1    111   1," .1 III 1'iirli   iiinn.
NIK idlAMUvST ;,. *|'.\'i:i;v I.N   -'iii |i   I
il'.   HM'l.iii'llT.
:'"i I'nil I' S'i'l.i' .1   cine] iii,* KA-'.I' imi" ' ' . \'i   MI.VIC3  U'mikl}
*'i, '   '""11 Kiill'iii'll.   StL-iiiiibu.u i'iuiui unii'iill ri tn ,li 1 ,,'ni".
llUl'ill)! Hlllllltll'l',    l,lllii*ivi*-l  illul   II,-I  in in- in ml   [iiu'ta .'i |lv   Unltei :
it'*-. KiiHti'i'ii 1 'iiiitulii iiiiii Kiiiii|i".
et.- uiul i'niii|ili'|i' iiiiiii'inali'iii rail i.i itiliU'i an
ni'iirusl ,*ij'i'iii in*
I Aitent, PJ.WlltTNRY, C. [I. uiul T. A
Si, I'mil, VI iim.
W'liell .".nine  l£n
lion  ior lh
service
Canadian Pacific Railway.
FROM  OCEAN TO OCT!AIM
;i iln's lim* uliniiis excellent ;u cimimoda
Irtiveller.     Splendid I linin-a (En*
Palace Sleeping <Ens. ihrough
Tourist Car Service,
in connection uitli ihe
lull Uinreli will lie held
in.   All welcome
School    und   P'ililej
meet ill ieii. 111.   ill   lhe
Alhorlii      inr Owon Sound nver.v Tuosdny
Alhiihnsei    " " " "      Thiii'.silii.y
Mniiiiuha    "       " "        "    Sunday
FOR INFORMATION AND FULL PAflTICULAns APPLY TO
('. IE. WELLS, Agent, Goldon, IE c.
ROBE IT KERR, Traffic Manager, Wiunlppg, Mam. THK PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, Ti. CE, JUL
1  nf?
- -.,.H.J,«-*J.■^J.'«.•^.'^■,
. .; .....:  ..v..  ..
trijinjinivmrinnn'mnjTJV'jinrjmrc^
\\riiii\juuuuihnnsiiiiTTiRhnw
if
H
H. REINEMAN, Prulrp.
Fort Steele, H
BH^RSSH^
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New house.   New furniture.   Everything lir^t-elass
Special Agent for
* •*"* •% «* '■'*• % «** «**•*■
fr
Restaurant open
day and night
fr
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Anhenser-
lU!
Seer
e ueiica
cies of the seamen*
?595SS9iSSS8eS«9SS89SS8SS»S9S«)SSS!»S?ws
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Special sample rooms for   .. avelling men.
She |U'o$.p*cjctoi%
Tl     i  '■■ i. " LY     . I    *■
NOTE AND COM 1,1 ENT.
En* " nil   will   have   anotl
tt'oyuI ir thisyeai    i   ieper
son ol Pi ince A.mi Sin  h, Priuu
Mm   li ;    nl "   i ■   ■
I 'l' :   "   IV li,   lu,.
the Q   en, an    ivil ■ ■
pro'       .    mi'.
li is 11 porte 1 tin Lord lir:
soy n..il several otlier mei i
of the British tn ist icrai y are
milking ]■"' ,, ''"."',' for n tour
of l'n in in ■■ inrtiy. H is ii' be
li.ij,, ,i i'nu miii'ii".' will i*i*' ur i"
alter tho arrangements ol ilu*
party, as llioir \ sil will ilu much
lo uilvertise tho vasl resources
of this country.
It is stated on what purports
I., in- good luithorily that the
railway sehemesol' Messrs. Mann
St   Muclcens'.io  contemplate,   bo-
NOTICE.
. i .....  im       m.'iiil    i m
I     I    ,.|V.
H'M liens *il i 'i'ii,*-'!
: ' ll. c.   (Minii
III   I.'.,l   N'n, II   1. llll'l
■
r . ' io in the yield nl ptai or
■ ' i. .E s a jirool il ■ I'm ;. :'
is only  in u llu
preparations that are now being
IlKlllO  on l i'l
I      '    ietn  :.   ..   Ev .
,  .   ..'',...     niiijr Co.,
|-,ay I      ' :•".:■ .1
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','. ihi Hoi       ■   . . ■     -     * ■
lirsl   worked  in   the year J
. .'.','■   HIT    II  'I.l  I '.      '.'
inul the crude appliances ol tbose
days  wero  used   to ll -':   d       oth        cn      -
rantaau und uiillioi ■ i    ■ ull irs * *    ■- '■'"     •
,  . '!        ' .   '
\vi rs Luln n out.     Ub r u  wlnli..... .....,,
howi ver  man,)   ■   the "i'i liniers  ■■
ite   'Male l
■
NOTICE.
were fori oil to lop ivurk, wages
was .-in per duj, provisions hard
',i • et and then only by packing
llii'i,i i'n.in V, nliit Walla,    Since
.1 cn .11! ni i lie   ine .    ■    .   imili
    lllll    I'""
'. |,| .
■  mini Ion llio mi
ni,.
■   ■ ■     ...    ''...■
Ilim iiuu',  i '"!. lhi   [illld 1' Illllll 3	
ul Wild liorse have bei ii worked    ''■"'' ■ ' '•■''"■'''"' "!i"1' i"-,rw"> '
I .'lulm ujion ...
ii, ii siiiiiii way, hi [ii-esoul   tliere ...    ,,,...„. ,,;,,,,	
are [our strong companies, and       ' '    ■        '"'.'.
suveral small coinpauies interest
'*   ,"V:-..    **
Iff
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0R6U Handling
1
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Ino,
200-21!
I I   \
nl in placer mining ou Ihocroek,
.sides a Iiin' in Hudson Buy, uInew machinery will soon bi in
line in Prince Vlbnrt, striking active operation, and lhe (nturo
westwai'd Eroin Dniphin, across yield all ovor the ilistrict, this
OilhertPlaiiisintotheiSaskatch-|souSul   wU] ,jrovo thul there is a
ewiiii Valley  in   Prince Albert '
llllll   llllllll "    ltd     l"l.    .v l" ■    ol
•      ■      i.l ii Miiti'iii. Ill nl
i     mil  niiiii''- nl
■;■*.■■,. Uf llll'  I
■■'.,.'.' .......
Willi ill,  lliMl'llmtloll I.l
,  ,        llll-ll
anvil hint ll ittco.
i. ■,    .:..■',.. jn,,
.1. p. UIMSTHONH
:■■.*• oilli-liil Ailmlnli
Sullivan Dla ond Drills
iccuratc and most t
'   frills made.
Drills i ineities. opi 'tiled by I
SULLIVAN  MA< I INI
305 and 30 .    ;     . * Wash.
S'TCH'I      -''i'( iN
NO
ill".',    .
I (I
!<y
conomical pi  sj-  . I •
■
KV CO [PANY.
Chicago, 111,
i*w .tn \ ,i i nv   in  i i in. i   .' I"-.' , r  ,
and ultimately reaching lho Pa- largo nmounl ol  plncei  ground
ctflccoasl via lho Yellow Head that will pay I o work with mod-
or Peaco River Pass,    it is ex Lrn appliances, and give u hand ,
peeled Umi tho lino from Dim-   omc ,,.,,„,, „(l lmmuy invested. \% I M PTON      A'
phin Plains will be constructed |    ' ivi itu A   h v/n      vv
: A...-. -
•  PROSPECllINQ MINERAL I
NOTICE.
this year,   it is also stated thai
the old Hudson Buy line is Lo hi
utilized ami extended lo connect \ ^..Z'^ZZZZZZZZZZZZZiZZZA ■,' ZZ P.
with the Dauphin road at Wlnni- ,.,.' ,, , ln.,k „1Hl Wov),,     \ ,.. . i*., 	
llOgOSiS, ' I'l'l'llll'-'"!! 1" IIUIl'lllI," lllll 1"  I"''.*'' i."Mil."'!
I imri'i'l nl liiiul.  Cnninuinolnn (ll llie nortli ivesl
FLtVCEB IN EAST KOOTENAY.    ' 'nnrol t...i IWO. I  11 - wi ' IW duilns
iiinn' nr ii'M in tin- i iii i'HMcirai'i'of I.m
Wild  Hoi'bo   Oroelt   lis   Past   «>« H1' ^'J,*/^,™"0^1 'I'r'feiHMi'-"... ■■■
Its Future, nhHlMmoiiorlwKWiiouili'wMlciinii'rnl l.oi
Tliere III* Iipilflltivi'lv   1'ow  '■•"'" '"""■" "'"'" ' -'"'""■' m'
' .'lilli,'     ri'llliillillll! ill llll 1'IH IH'I'I"'Ul'",'l-l IrsN.
peiiplc wlm I'l'llll/.e till' eXlOUl   ul i      1,01'ali-il July Will, turn,
lliv Placor iiiiiiine* in Ibe I'Eirli iiy a. k iiowaku
l'n' II " ilHNNINUS \v nl
Steele   dislrict.      There   is  llio	
;
WINDERMERE     l)()>
3etieral Mercs-:
a smsGiaiu
popular klon thai Ibe days when NOTICE,
placor mining cun ho curried on     wnticuinho«nywtventuni   ,.--.,„i
■ , iiuir i ml to npply inlhui lilcfiuui	
With    ils    llleeil    of     pl'Ofll      IlllS  ,,,,| i.iimK mnl Wiiil.-. in  \    li  i    '.i
Ullssed.     Ibis      ideii      is     held .'"'""  '    ," '":'  '    "'
1 , . .       I'l'*i*i*"l Illllll.    I i'liiiii* l"'ii    ii   |i '■'   llllll "!
[or     llll!     reilSOll     thai      ll     is  nonr Hie Nnrlli Hliir wuicnn rmul m    outli Klili
claimed thai lho placer tields In "'Murk l'l','ult' l"c ""'' r,'"'y"  ",""1
1 NIKI  10 flllllllN, Illilli" -."'ill.  -HI ilii v    llinl.'
this disiriei, Imve boon long lllS- L„hi tlliilinliiHti »l 11 lii'nlniilini   Tin Miovn
covered and Lho wottltli extract-  '''0|"'  ""'"""","' "'
,     I Id run i" l.ol lllil, H  i  Kn ' K""'' mi'   I'l
ed.   Tlie truth nboul placer mln- ti-u-t. n. <^
Ing, however, is thnl the future     '"'"":'""v [/h.'"': n.^,.„
will see a large und continual in-j t>or u. a jknkinu! ,  m
Miners '..'niii'.'* norlhwaril viu Canoe Rivor lloitle will iii"1 i; n largo
saving nml convenience Lo procure their supplie ■ al Donald.
Agents at Windermere lor tho California Giant Powi'er Co.
New  Store and  Restaurant
At St. Eii'jciifi Mission near the Hospital.
MlNIiRS'   SUPPLIES,   GROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,   ETC.
J. M, Carroll.
UPPER Oil.n-,11!A NAVI
WAY (OMPAs
GOLDEN     AND    FC
i' 111 \ i;   si
Sli'iiiii.*r  leaves iinl'leii every Tne
Sletiiner iirrii ei nl U'eiuler re
Slii'.'i" lll'l'ives  nl   l*'in*l   Steele  "I'liu•
■ J..'* :
TIME TtBLE  TO  TAKE  EFFECT  JUNE   1ST,   1898.
il Tll
dny und   t'riilny at   I it. m,
 •
i.nINi,    Ni
'',i:i"e leu '■ I'"' Sleele Monday
liiiul leiives Wlnilermoro VVeilnesdi
Sli iiin'i* iirrii ■    it I leu U ' 'in" vi
l-'i.-,' ',:_'ii Ciirliilld bits nl **ln."ill 114" delivered m Purl
i  'ii ni :E will
t'.   P,   IE  nnd  boal  i hai'ges  musi
Winilenii' ri
-'Ei',   ami Sunday nl ll     m.
iri'ii
iiuiiii ami Snlui'diiy ;n - it, in.
y hi I ii, in. .ui'i Siindny noou
y p.   in.  uml  Mm ' ".    'I.
Upper Columbia
per pound,
in* paid in compnny's ■•._-,   - .
' ■
Navigation & Tramway Co.
0, H. P ARSON, Secretary. rELEC! A"ii R.I .: .
;         Fl. Slab-to '■  o
''■    *!       	
-,'■*■	
*-.*;iii;   i.r.
Villi rill  I.M
Vuuuornvr  I.tio
.Montiinu points j !,;.'
Has) of Minni-i.i.i  I.5H
Eiistorn Canada  1.5D
Maniioba  I.:ti
t'alj'ary  ■:.,;.,
Golden  2.0.1
McLeod  1,'ni
&Ju> jUMg-pcct^
■ni
pAPZAAApp^AT. MARY'S snn
.-•■ Americii litiveeucli hud brunches V>"' \v"''«-«*-'»v*>''**.m.w^^
"i'1' ■J**'!''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''™ ■"»' i«K*nHiiinriwiun'»w,wliim.w^I^^,nni^
1.3
[J iii Kaslo mnl Snndoi .    llv mul
;.::,i ,ii   iirruiigei'neiil    lln*   Haul;   of
■"' British   Columbiii   is   to   retire
.--ii ^^^^
i.m
1.
PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, ll. C, JULY
)mr\
180S.
,-'.T,,-.-m..-.,fi!   i~e»r.ii,T.jVit:rxcK^j,iM".-f.-i-Mai.wuii
SATURDAY, JULY 23, K*|i
ANGLO-AMERICAN  LEAGUE
Duke of Sutherland Presided
First Meeting.
The inaugural mi  *   .
Anglo-American   Leag
held Wednesday evening ut
'■ ■* 1 IE*;*  .  1. •::■" Is
front business in  Kaslo Augusl
1, and the Bank of British North
America  gives up  the Sundou
Held.   Manager Allison, of the
Banl; of British Columbia of this
city,   had  just   made arrange*
t*    ! ments  to  bring liis   family  toI
! Kaslo   when   advised   of   the |
change by bank officials,  Simultaneously   witli   the  above  announcement   :' is  rumored  that
branches of ihe Merchants' Ban!;
11 tlle ui'   Halifax   ami   the   Imperial
Ban .      Cn     la are to       tied
,!1'' ntely replace the branches i
was i" "   '. thdrawit     Both of tl   >i
■ are knov u through-
f* ■*'™joutthe strong and ^J
Ai%i%%i%lttltU*,t%'
FORT STEELE, B. C,
VV.  M, TITI S. (hvner mnl Proprietor.
Best  location on corner of milv Public Square (St. Marys
-..I i iimi Riversido Avenue.
rgest New  Building devoted to lodgings in 1'Ent Steele,
liltilt  new   ill the lull nl   1897 nnd spline of  1898,
Finest furnished Bedrooms, Olliee unci
Parlor,
PR I i'i;s   1; i'. anon ,\ 11 LK
BHIHIIUHIHH
s nhi ... . A
em \*.. te ■ A '
terb '.    '   ■ -
Cardiiiii V i<jl
o: Wesl   iuster
IE.,   ii i :■ ti   ,
expressing hi.-    ■   ■■ • - al
ability to be pr<*»e
of Sutherland. I
I'l'l'l •''''!.    L -.   -
quiti   upn '       ■ ■
tics,   ts "",;'■ ■ e.xltu'es.
the feel ■._ 0      11 I
existi
1. ,',.     Brit
Slate-.
Un uiotiot   ' .   Lord    '
the   fo'ti.v    ■■    ■ - .   ■
adopted.
■*i onskii    .,'.
, :   i.i' ijrii 1-',    .     ire nn
United Sl   li s  nn   close
by blood inherent, ilu* sai
erature und laws, hold 'In
principle ol government, il
nine the same ideals of l'n
und humanity in the guidtt
their national   policy, am
drawn together by strong
iinni interests in  many  pa
the world, ihis eling is 1
opinion llial every elTorl s
be nniiii' in the inloresl of \
nation ami pence lo seem
iim..,' cordial ami constat
operation on 1 ho purl of il
nations."
A      I'l-pl'e .i'liiiii it'll     e.\ei
COtlllcil rtiis . hell llppoillleii
foothold in;iX
...   'e ". will un h
» liness      they C
ilocitn t
United States Navy. £.
t:
«-
- irli the ~
Siieak-cr 5-
n  -
jav-, S ives ~-
- erned.■jj
States     ■ * imi  ^
•*•
* ' it
M     HOT (J! COLD BATHS
1
m
liYmmfnmiYfinntmniimifstninnTnffninminnfntntn!^ * golden, b. c
Quietest and most Homeliks,   No Rat' or Gambling Rooms,   Larg-
and best Sample Rooms for Commeroial Men.
A few Offices anil Stores to rent In thc building,
*$mmmm<mw%%MmmxM%%
*
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Queen's Hotel.
Two Commodious Sample Rooms lor Commercial Men
BACiGAGK TRANSFKBRED FREE
BATES tS PEB DAY.
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J. 6. Greene, Proprietor.
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The Mountain ^mmmmmmmmmmm^
I The I   I
Hole n
HOUSE
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111 iles j***;
5 illlli   «~
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Fort Steele, B. c.
WILLIAM  FORSYTH,   PROPRIETOR.
■ of the bosl  appointed  Hotels in the
Fori Steele  District,
1*E,
room
comfortably   furnished.
IR' LS"'ER'   Fort Steele.
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§ Headquarters-***
For Travellers and Mining Men-
yo I   visit Fort Sleele yuu will miss it if you doll!     --j
stop ;ii  the, ****3
ill
ecog- [■^^■^^■^^■^^■^B
■      tun    v" ild   s   "    -     .■• iperor
lorn '
.  \\ tl inm, who 'I
ce ot;
vincible, oul self-confidencp cai
not alter histoi
"I'm oiirsehes. wi   have   *
doubt   that  the Amor • an   Beet
could face even ii..;' of Prance
wilhoul any gi eul   te ir of dis-
,,    aster, in siiite of the fact that,
■ ihe
by the rules, the  French Heel is
leu times stronger.    We believe
com
ts ol
I'  lhe
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TRAVELLERS
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Handsomely and Expensively Pur
— nished. 	
Everything new, First Class and
Strictly Modern in every particular. —
Home Comforts.
DON'T   FORGET
The Steele House!
E N. HANSON. I
ni\
this could be  done il   it  were
n Iful, 'nil  il  will  not  he. as
Americii will not be attacked by
! Franco withoni our taking it
liaiid in the game. Sampson.
Dewey and the oflieers they have
"1 lhe happiness lo command, are
nble to destroy  French ships of
iiL>w vastly greater power, just as we \j
.,,,,., .lid,' hundred years ago,   As for
. McNeish
WAk   LOAN   IS   TAKEJJ
Ori'i.t Fiuanciers Will Havo Nilmi ol
tin' Niw Bonds, tho Oovocninu
AuHertii.
'I he .subscriptions lo lhe
U'.i!' Ill 'Elieil  I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
will close ntil o'clock next 'film's   the (lerinati and American navies ^.^s        ^r-^r^^^r-  *■  « „.  -, ,, |»~
ill(, there can, of course, be no com- ^.^^^^^l^.^./^^^.s^'4^^:^^.^^M.Mmm.wi:M.m^ ^.
|.,,   parison.   The (lerinims are Hue *
um  sailors, bill a naval struggle be- E ■.
„c|i.: Iween  the   United   States  and *
inbui- lieriiniuy would be very short I**
j„iii and very complete.'
,11111     The  Spcah'er femiirks
dav. Up In this time boll
n unber of subscriptions
i.'i.  . nnii   ; •■ ■'."• regntuam
il I'   I'i       r exceed a
mates.    Vesterdny the 1111
of subscript "in** wus aboul 1
for llu   duy, nud the total
subscribed for readied Al"
000.   Those Cor fa nil it
to date are for nboul ^Uii.Oi
ami it i.s .'■: peeted that il wil
Iiriixinm 11'   •- 7. .      ,Oi n   by
time the lou oses.    The
subscr piiot * tins exi
Si     ;,,'..: _■_   ■ v      ■      S
""'. , and '•'■   is expei le
ui the time 0 -
have reached si II
ing the  grn
tlie large b       et     dn,  "'.
billion and 	
1 >':■■ 's f0 ts are
eun,ill: .   two  (Ti,
IHiO iipplieat 011s    ■     vj  'il
ceived yes ■  iin
."':■'.
ing and *-■ he - offei -
pn   ented tl 11 otl   11 - from 1
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'The III
irst Class  Brands of Liquors and Cigars.      Head- ifc
juarters     for    Mining     Men.      Commodious l£
Sample   Rooms.       Best Cuisine in  ihe g~
Wesl.     Modern   Conveniences. j£
lliiine   Comforts. ]!£
Getiera! Merchant AND
Liquor Dealer.
Manufacttuei- of all Kinds of Lumber.    2
A large assortment of seasoned 2
Lumber and Shingles always   on   band.
|E Ditnensioti Lumber a Specialty. 2
Proprietor,!       ^^...Rft       ]
THE  DALGARDNO    ||
Fort Steele. B. C.
i00,- greatesl  credit   is  due  to  the|?K
Imi, !■ Ai iciin navy for the manner *
uiin, in which this operation has beon ME
up. carried out.   Like tlie exploit of **
tl,., Dewey, the sea fight at Santiago *
[sub- :''''~   proved   that   the   Ilritish j * l|
ailor has in his American kins- *
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[;'..].   iniiii a worthy rival and ally. So
i' as  her   lleet  is  concerned,
America need not fear cotnpuri-
■"'   v iLli  any  country   in  tho
ling Iworlil
r  a Attitude ot Russia.
urs.;   Si. Petersburg, duly III,    Dis
State.* * 11j.-h ii regards as prac-
cally over,  the Novae   Yeriuya
obsones that the political situa-
has '"ii largely depends upon tho
|lttk-1 attitude of Ulissili.     It iiilds:
ing any accurate i - .,...' "ij-. it     ''Willi rospecl  to lhu Philip
is know ti tha I vidual
scripliot s are n ■ ■■ ■ |
the whole   loan, an I      „ ■
Assislanl   Si i rota di
will  ilnvi':
Tliui'sdaj evaniufi i
i ion - from linns or corporal
in* iininudialelj returned ti
sondors wil h lhe checks aci
panying ihi'in. This clas
stibscriptioiiH alone now agkn
trail's ,*IlTi,iiiiii.iioi
Hunk ill:iiii[{n»
Kaslo, • Iuly -0.    In lhu
future imporiani ohauges ,*u*
be made among tlm banks iu
part of the district.     Ilereli
lb   pines, iin* time has arrived  lo
ol 'leail;.   state   Russia's  policy,"
[fore i 'ontiniiing, in remarks:
[(■lip     **I,e,-m:i has no positive interests in  the Philippine islands,
II    Ihey    an*   divided,   tllO   hesl
pari-, will fall to (ierniutiy, fil'Olll
lil'llliill     and     Japan.    Ihereb,'
1 die  itfiingtheiiiiig them in  lhe Pa
om* cilic   Thorefore. II is to Itussla's
,,t advantage lhat  lho Philippines
remain in lho possession of a sin
L'le power, whellii'i* Spain or the
I'liiled SUllOH. ami Russia would
pieli'i* to see   Ihe   islands   ill lhe
ear possession ol  Spain  and   Illldor
to the  protection  of   the   United
\\s Stales, who could keep oul other
lore claimants."
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MODERN  BUILT,   WELL   EQUIPPED  HOSTELRY'S
WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS UP TO DATE
AND WHOSE CHIEF FEATURES AUK
nexcelled Cuisine
Quiet Home Comforts
Finely Furnished Bedrooms
A First Class Bar.
THE £, J.
R. D. MATHER,   Proprietor, i
|>i ill   L'USSillK tllG O VeiltS O] T i i* ■ \\; i:   i <<      ^\Us^)^^W)^-t)k)k-i)k W.9 iki )k. mtm^mimtmX)mlmtmtmimt&.
Lweun   S|>;iiii   and   ilu-   linicil ^
blOR THE FORT STEELE
MINES!
SELLERS, TO AND PROM POUT STEELE AND
KALISPELL,
Will find the best of accommodations at
THE WEST
HOUSE.
C. M. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana.
LUMBER CO.
FORT STEELE. B- C.
Miuinrcrs of, and Dealers in
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber, Mould*
ing and Building Material.
CALL   FOR    PRICES.
I   First Class   1
{Lodging House, j
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OPPOSITE  THE  STEELE  HOUSE
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYbODy.
Mrs.   Levett    Prop.
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Sole Agent for the
FORT  STEELE   TOWNSITE
Rich Placer discoveries on Brewery and
Nigger   creeks
In 1860 Twenty Millions were taken out of Wild
Horse creek.
History repeats itself
WATCH Ti PROGRESS OF FOKT STEELE
ie Capital ol East Kootenay.
The Center of The Great Mining District Reached By
The  Crow's Nest Pass  Railway
T. T. McVITTIE,
SOLE AGENT,
PORT STEELE, B.C
%*iar o ■■-.*- \-n-■•-... -.-'   -
.-.»» Tjeraaf :R£-- J ■:
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9*l'<
Mining Brokers and
Sole Agents fo
t*
Commission Agents
OPTIONS   CARRIED,   AND   MINING   DEALS   TflnNSSCTEO,
Correspondents in London, Mew York, Montreal and Toronto.
Agents ft r
Nicht ills a- /1 ■ \v.
M NING   HGINEERS S BROKERS, WINNIPEG, MAH.
'
lor
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
El ERS ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
■    ■
Aticiits for
FULMER & KERPOOT
ROYAL   MAIL
PASSENGER      AND       EXPRESS      LINE
BETWEEN
GOLDEN   and   FORT   STEELE,
GOING    NOI'TH.
lingo  eaves Pout Steele Monday noon and Saturday at Sa. m,
Stage arrives at Windehweue Tuesday p. in, and Sunday noon.
Steamer  leaves  Wi.ndehmehe Wednesday at  I a. in.  and Sunday noon.
Steamer arrives at  Got.DEN Wednesday p. in. and Monday noon,
COMING   SOUTH.
Steamer leaves Golden Tuesday til In. tn, and Fridin at la. in,
'"'   "    '   ' and irom nil parts    Steamer arrives tU AVindehmehe Tuesday p, in. aud Friday p. 111.'
Stage leaves  Wlvdermeue  Wednesday iu ind Saturday noon.
Arrives al I*Eh,*t S't eele Thursday al ti p, in. uud Sunday at li p.m.
1111 he ini In iiiruncu Company.
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I'llC gilS lllil
so . the  pro
'. und
* i
' -  during
i'n    there un
in it ' louse
N'o  forecast o
tiel  has   vi". been
i m
If Is    S   %
WQl  HHMH      ^      g
a      boss.*' fesssa
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Mining   Broker   \\\\&   Commission   Agent
..,',
dCJju tyvo&pzrtov.
tui  Sewii *   . i"'.    Tu ■
Martin. Tlie voici
■'■ have , ' opli peaks ■ no unit rouble ci tone.
AGENT   FOR   Imperial Insurance Co.       Canada Life Assurance
Co.    Sun Savings and Loan Co.
Corresponding Mining Agencies in London, England, \'ew Vorl-;, Montreal and Torono
■ ipposil ion   broom
.      '; "•'-^ Office:   Premises formerly occupied by C. F. Venosta. Townsite Agent. Riverside Avenue,
(lem leen erecti liinese decoy ducks weioj' OPI Sleele.
onlhs     It is re- o    no  use   lo I   ■   i ■ ■     nineiit
I-i.   ie  :i  i'mii li li ihal   Han .i. IhCihu iting party.
k'imberly ii        ml
Iwo     ' Cil] t,  lEi  '.*,   .",,     :, '
dill      y (Iiiiii st       the oul lil lo tin    Pyi..  ■.'-.,'  group on
i ..,-     ■ . ;s. next I ii   -. : ■■  '.- i'jIi    Wednesday.
!•'" *    Mrs.      ;'*:" local spi rts ttrraiignd I'm
iwinif Kiinlii        lis been I'      igucs.
Tullock ii*' ! ;h.'  Indian Eustico
Poo       l    ■■   Mu    i i Tui'sduy   night.   t\ hicli   was
ti •loverninenl      • been defeat   easily won by Tullock,
r have
but the Chinese     ,\  man  named  West,   proles*
i■ de ' ■ ■       ■ :i   v.'*    :   siom : .vi ■ •   ir, i rrived  in Port
trot llie axe i ok on '.!■  idii^.   Wesl ul u ici
Is o!' lhe . inoiin ed thai   li   ivould throw
-ji 'ciulty any man in  low    thn ■■■   tills in
, or pii ce o    lide ol i. mil :.:'':-.   I leni'i Brou-
ivn.nl,   ii     Ue ie copied ibe challenge and
it publishers I the  natch   took   pluee un Tties-
's.   Try i '■'*     day evoning,    Broulette won lhe
lirsl Cull in In seconds. We
Tl " Hun.   i lain r  will lund fall in El  sei   n Is third    ll
llie    i, 115 seconds, lasl   t:;l!  und   Ibe
" mil.  inul''!' u; llll  ' C  i.:...    We
i muybi   no,    fl he tackk n   fiuliuu  named   Joe,
i a eu mi     and il look him i    ml . ■ iu     li
in dow n the siwn ill.
o   liny     I,. D, I,, ...  iniiii,..1.:  promoter
.1. T. Mel [rout Trnej ('reek, v as  in lown
on Thursday,
uu nl
■    ■     aged      Mr.   ,1.   McMahon   and   wifo,
ey ol  .' loyie i 'it,'. paid  Fort  Steelo n
In   \ iMi on Thursday,
: ,i   " I'M*
A large in mbni of pn ipi dors
I. roup  of littod uu ul   Purl Sleele during
the |IUSl  Week*.
ike iu
Hu Trusted to the Peoplo.
A strong man aud n bold is
"     Cl'St.     I      ., i     \l   .,; ,     i|   n   ii     „.i
jusl"uii ,vi irim, ai. i . r   wbose
presenl  aililress  is   linti.-n  I u-
|]  lunihia.    Less Ihan u yeur tigo
Moreing *& Neal Mining Code used.
integrity, returned him as their harbor muster of Quebec, These
representative.    The man  who were at that time  Imperial ap-
for a tiOD-yard footrace between j was  rejected   by   lhe  Cabiuol pointnients.
ail lers "I' Ottawa  bids  fair I"     "In IS87 Capt. Charles Arm-
becoine the head of the corner of strong rendered invaluable ser-
British Columbia's politics.    To   vices in   the   transportation of
,'■"  '''"''■ troops,   and   his   son,   lliu   late
' E   il J usl ici. served in Ihe vol-
i-i,    Late   Mrs.  James  Armstrong,   unteei's.     Pour  of   llle   Judges
"Aboul   iiE-  estinmble kuly,   ' :"   ;":'"'   "l"   '"   '''I'1'1   ""'
lln* «ile uf ibe lateChiei Justice  ' ,,,":"1   im'"si(l11.   "»"   "'   hi«
Armstrong,   there   ce red   (l grandsons in now in Ihe fegular
greal tleu I  was bi..lurii-all.v ;ln!iv i""1 !,';'"' '" Uio volunteer
'■'■ei,' r in I E-i nc
- '   '■ llml   he bus
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.....
be wenl mil lu 'be const In (nullify lor lhe  practice of his profession, and loday lie is the lore-
lup nf South  liusl  "1"'1 ' '" '" ""■■''<'" l'"ldii'ul
life.
Sub ... . Ca nil's Bool slon
buili ' ' In  appealing lo   llle  coltslitll
' ■ ' loiivh will be Ihn ,,,l,.v vvJii«^li elected  bint be usod
enived iimi ii       ■    ■ Igi      'lir       II    I,   Aiiiuie   rolnriieil   limn
Hugh      Wu i : I ■ liure   In*  litis
treasurer,   nnd    >trn    Mclnim      »   ndoingllie assessment work
treasurer Ladies' \id .Society,      on tlm  Ditponl  and Queensland
i
A cold  vine struck  the I'orl
Sleek districl  during lhe early     Services   were   held   al   St, ,     .,      ,      	
partof   week,   im  Monday John's church on  Friday rn   Hdoml-   "" |liil*v'"1  ■   u"'
there was quite ,*i  heavy full uf ing,    llov. Pontroatli conducted tlu) »>»»Hes, and the peoplo, hav-
i.nuw in lln* inuiiiituiiis. tho mooting, Ing conlldence in his ability and
"UU' uf Ibe arts uf Ibe wind pull
licinu. lh* Hindu uo personal
canvass, bul trusted solely lo
the public platform. Tlm favor
of individuals  wus novor eun
NOTICE,
Ti liu untie  llinl Hi I'lj-iln .. '" . .lute '»,■
llmll .   ,  v ui tlm ii""l i nmiiikslonul' tor li
'***■'      ■ :    I'l      Ull   li'-l iv lolCDUJ II"!"!
ii       ■ ■ l';'     '■ nu  i ""|,ii Wllllamlitii'st t"
Mi-.Mali,.ll llliis,
. \ on linos,
Ullti'iltli - ■ . .i. i, , : v    .   '■ -        ;ji..;*.
.:..!. Kiimuv, i... iiii Forks,
It. i . 1- ilii, Trail,
''. I .    i.   li ii". .'.Iiuu.
I. *      "'.'..   '■!  I'iv.
'IE W. W lliiiin>, l' wm'iit, Mi.-ii.
.:. I'. Friisir. linlii, n,
\. I', ■ trciiih, \' ver.
■ . : . !'.ii mn, Mil'vitul   e.
I, Mc'ilnliun mul i :..■. ll.ijie City,
iiiterestin,!       ll. ,*  grandfather, s"vvlc'°-    lho luuiily has thus ul-     \V. r. t,.,,,,,. ,*„i,„,„i„ :.,,..;,„,..
,1m. lion. Louis Olivier, ui   Ber- ways contributed lu Ihedefence
thier, was unber ,A tin* iii*,~,i "ni""'" **v: even as il is now
llriii-.li (loverninenl ot I'u in. ,;||U,E .'""libers un* engaged in
after   Hn*  cession,  lo.nU;-   <'■,,-.    ''" v"!"l »' "* Us resources
ernoi   llaidiinanil.    II * sworn lo '" various provinces.
I iyal  lo lite Biilish tlovorn-     "h   seemed   tilling   llml   Ibe
 in if thai Oovornii tallowed \bw'  Mrs. .lames Armstrong
in Sorel, on Mondiiv lust, should
IV   " ' 'i.l  nn, Dm v.
' . i.   in rn.. Siiiikitni.
fll'll.  Ilil'-'M. Killisnrll.
I". .1. llllll
i   . ■!.   V' »,   ■•:■.-.:    1"ll..
.1.  II.   I'lllllll',
.1.1.. roll,
I'1.   Itlll'illtllllll,
' lln   iiluy,
i'. KiiiilViiiiin. Muvl ■
T. .1. Kiln, liin.'E i'.
\ niii, i 'I'linliriiiik.
iin* li  use uf   Iheir  lunguug
and  religion lo ibe  forinor.' -!llilV(J ll"''" clianu-lorissecl  by tin
jeclsof French king. | tolling of ilu* bolls ol bulb ibe    L .Mh*.. vi,i,,,-i,,
"He and his lumily Imve loy   |: :i" Calholiu uml  Augc h   n
ally kepi   Hn iii.     Hi-, -.ui. ^"relies, ns mho was conduct	
Horcule Olivier, lofl 'lie Semin
;i.ij's Spain D. ■ ,e .   1'.
t'« lim'lust n-ling place."   Mont j    Lom|OU| j„|y p;.   Tho(■'ibral-
'""' Ot'ixllc. hnr corrosponilenl  of  lhe   Dully t
Tbe luie Mrs. Armstrong re-\A'ewssavs:
HI ,|,, Bouthillier und Seigneur I'errod to in lho ubovo arliclo was     A naviil battle off lho Spanish
l-Ionault, of Borlhior, lo light for lho lhor oi our esteemed and (;ousl   |s  consicltsj-atl   iinminent,
ary uf Montreal in I'-IE, together
wiili ibe father of tbe lute Slier-
Greal Britain against lho United  fospooted   Gold  Cm issioner,
Stales in IM:E lb* was seriously J' >''■ Armstrong,
wounded in tho battle of Platts 1:oIEL  AURIVAI,S.
burg,   Tbe ['itiiiily havu remain
ed unswervingly luiul iu Britain intku.natioxai,.
lo this day. : U. II. Vi -.si,,,'.,,,.
,,,.        '. , ,, 11. Ilciillt'y, l.nlil.ri.l-e.
"Mrs. Annslrongs  liusbiinds ,|, p. Kuniii'ily, Coul Crunk,
family wus uf   IE   15,   Loyalist I *• M*li")*
,,,. ,.'     i ,;''"' llujrirui'tli. I'.lko,
Stocll,      I 11ri-i;   bl'olllel'S   loilgllt w. A. I*'m\l"i. i "ill i niii.
I.n*  Kin- Cieorge from   177(1 lo "■ M■■!-<-i»i.
,., ' .,    ,| C M.'li'Hi'iiil.
I'-'",   when   tnoy   were   oxilod a. Uinith.
lu    Canada,   sottllllg    in    sume1 P. MoHniry, Now Vorlt.
Surel. Ill Ibe win* ul' IHI2 Ibe
Ariusl rungs lilled uut Ibree pri*
valoors which wero successful nl
si ". As ii rcwuril fur Ibese ser
vi. e , Citpi. Edward Armstrong
wus made lirsl  burbot* muster uf
UAI.II.MtllMi.
ill's, I'liiriiliiii'il, Miti'l I.
Muni real, und Junius Armstrong i    l*E II. Ervlno, Poi'ry Orook,
S't*. MAUY s iw.
VV. Snviiiru, I 'run's Nost I. Iiii".
T. I,. Ill'latnl, Aimnillil, ll.
I '. SI,*\ I'll',. 'I'l'lli'V.
I„ Miirlii. Vii'lnriii.
W. ,\. I nai'll, 'I'nliiii'i'ii, Mimt.
Tlie SllSpOllsiOll  llf   tile  eunstitll*
tional guaranteos is u symptom
uf tho distracted condition uf
Spain, Spain wants peine, Tbe
army wants a victory, Spain
cm nul continue ibe struggle,
yel pence will be Ibe signal   ful*        '
revolution, und Hie Kiirupcuii Intervention desired i.s now dreitd-
ed.    'I'lie govuriinionl   through
Lu Ecojia advocates direct negotiations witb ibe Unilod States,
Tbe military pross Indignantly
clilll'lielerizes  pence   us   treason.
Wealthy families nre deserting
Cadiz, Seville iind Muhiga. Sup-
plies lire shipped Ironi here In
the Auiei'ieilll consul at Tim-
giers.

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