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IN THIS PAPER, ASSAYS     |jj
$3,000 TO THE INCH.
Vol.2,
FORT STEELE, B. C.SATURDAY, APRIL ll, 1897.
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WANTEOI  A   BANK,
i    APPLV TO THE CITIZENS
ft OK FORT STEELE,
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No 39.
A ulilol's mining' >• il
Ami Iiiiiii ite'l in'i'tit tlii'tt
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Carlin &  Durick, arrived liimn-1g
I /"\/^ n I     yC'iilC    "" ,''III'SI'11''' '|'"M| !| visit to tho
bUUlll    nLPt),    Colxsloltlos h" ""I-?1' 'inS
slate,    lie camo in by wny of
Golden,    Mr.   Uitrns   wns   his
travelling companion.
The attention of inino owners
is culled tu Ihe fuel llinl prinled
forms specially prepared for tho
convenioncc of parties wishing
lu list Iheir claims iu tho IS. C,
;ii, i IDirectory of Mines may bo obtained on application In Thus. T,
McVittie, C. E., Port Stoolo,
Mr, Ed, Martin, tho popular
driver of Uncle Hani's mail between Kalispell und Tobacco
Plains, brought in Dr. Watt and
Mr, I'. M. Keep on Friday of last
week. This was his lirsl trip to
Port Sleele, which mny he the
forerunner of many more,
Mi', 0. M. Keep, who has been
engaged in the banking linsiness
in Oregon turn number of years,
arrived in lown last Friday. Mr.
Keep expects to embark, in business in East Kootenay, and
thinks the change of climate from
tlie Willamette valley will bi.
very beneficial to him.
I . t. I I ins
.v. \. u u I IV,I K
i Train years oi Active Business
VENOSTA & GO
Viii'iulili', snow 1'inliii'j' in Iti'itvy ruin
on 28th, Miti'i't'i'tteil li(v fine duys.
Obsorvor   lir. Cluirlos JleU'im,
All Pool's day  Thursday last.
The attendance at the Public
school is steadily increasing.
We had n fall of the beautiful
ou Thursday.
Tho gonial Joo Laidlaw is iu
from Met I inly.
Mr. Joo. Malby hits taken up a
mill site on Hull river.
Editor Grace is on his wny tn
St. Paul Min.. in purchase anew
dross fui' llie Prospector.
The Hun. Mr. Richards an Ex-
Govornor uf the Province, died
recently at Victoria.
Ami Uriiinj-liil in Onturlo, Mnnltnbii uml the N'orlli tt'oni Terrlln
litoj tiiuili' my name unil lubol the synonym nl honoBt aorvlee.
TO-DAY
I   AM   IIL'I'TLI!   Ki.iril'I'LU THAN'   UVKII   BISKOKK.
Xn [Inin' Stores in lite iinvns nr cities
looto Its customers.
■ bolter skill nr hotter
A. W. Bleasdell.
Graduate Ontario Cotlcejc nf Pharmacy.
I'ltlNKKII   IlKI'lilllS'l' HI'  LAST  KOI I'l'K.N'A V.
rjuuuuiiuiiiiuiiuuuiiuuuuuiiiuinuuunuiiiiiiiiuiuiuiiiiuiiuunuuuuiiuunu'i'
I'l'lll.ll' NOTICE.
ciiuncii NOTICES,
Mr. T. W.  Patmore preached
last Sabbath  evening   in   the
Tho Public school now opensLchool  ll()lls(,    ,•,,„,  „„,  text,
itHiLiu. every morning. Parents uWhoseSouartthouyoungmnnr
please note.
Mrs. Levett will shortly open
hor now Hotel, nnd her many
friends wish her success.
The Norlli Star employees ure
having a holiday—and are visit
ing Port Steele.
Mr. A. Downey and wife formerly of Regina, camo in on Tuesdays stage from the south,
Mr. R. 0, Jennings, who
arrived home on Tuesday, closed
two deals while iu Spokane.
Alexander Watson returned
from a visit to Golden and Calgary looking well after his trip.
Mr. Santo came in from Kalis-
pell on Tuesday, and is now bo-
hind Iho counter of the American
a I ore.
Mr. Weight mnn the well known
livery stable keeper uf Kalispell
brought ln live passengers on
Tuesday,
Mr. Ryan from Calgary, n
Hotel mini nf many years experience is looking fur ail opening in
our burg.
Wo lenrn llinl Recnrder Goltlio
uf Windermere intends presenting   n    Hell    In   Ihe   ShltSiVtip
Church.
Next Sabbath Episcopal service
will bo held in the evening. All
ure cordially invited to attend
the evening services.
l.y request I hereby cull u
mass meeting of the Port Steele
Mining Division for the purpose
of discussing a Memorial, which
it is proposed to present lu the
li. C. Government concerning
the reserve placed nn lauds in
llie south oastorn part uf the
district.
Thus. T. McVittie,
NOTICF,.
Mining  Brokers,  Commission  nnd
Real list ate Agents.
AGENTS IN
London, New York, Chicago, St Paul.
Montreal and Toronto,
Options Carried ami Mining Deals Consummated,
MMM%MM:to\MMMffl<.fflk^3k%.
A  TELEGKAI'il   LINK.
The Golden Era bus heen furnished with an estimate showing
Hint tho cost of a telegraph line
helween (lolden und Purl Steele
would be about 814.000. This
sum, it seems tu us. could easily
bo raised provided a private
Dr. JJughWtdi. eA-iii,.'iiiiii'i'iui' """I'iiuy    incorporated    under Le  R0SBrvea'   |llnds  fol,   B   c
NOTJCK IS IIBHKHY CUVIIN Uml -IM
iluy- until' limn t ni'i:. io minis' to ilio chli
ConunlHKloiier "I Liniils mnl Worts Vlutnrlti
fur permission In pili'rliiis.. IIIH iht,.- ,,f |:i„,| ,,
Woll i'1-i'i'li Kii-i Kootenuy. II. C, Cniiimi-iieil,
in lliu N. W. col'lior situ n tlie soillll liuiili I
or the llliovc ei ll; tlience riliinlliK  10 eliiiins
rust; ili.iu'i' lOcllillliSHOiuli: llient'e tu i'liiiins
iv,si; llieiieo I" ehiiltts not'tli to  In  polnl ol
W. .1. I,'. I'UU'KI.L
Itiiti'.l llils Ini iluy of April, tstii.
McVittie, Dr. Walt, 'I'. W. Jack
sun. C. Xeiizel nnil A. Clark he
appointed, to draw up a memorial
iu petition the Provincial Gov
orniiient with regard In legislation re coal lands, carried,
Moved by P. P. Norbury, sec
ondod by B. I). Mather thai tin
petition include inquiries [nr in
forir ation •ragcydink '.in.iuiui'ic's
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CARLIN
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DURICK.
PORT   STEELE,   B.C.
%  Just Peceived
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ihe district of Caribou, and for
nearly ten years, surgeon lo the
Royal Caribou Hospital at
Barkerville, camo in from tho
east un Friday of last week. He
lias taken the practise of Dr.
Chas. Maclean, who is leaving
us. Dr. Watt also represents u
company of oastorn capitalists,
who desire tu make investments
in Must Kootenay. It will nut, be
out of place to sny here, that the
Doctor has informed us thai
early in the season he will be
joined iiy a young Canadian Surgeon, and thai ihey will then
open a Hospital—in a small way
ul lirst perhaps—but which, it is
hoped, will become une of tho
iniisi useful institutions in the
district. The Doctor is highly
pleased with Port Steele und ils
surroundings. Por the present
he is occupying the Spraguo
hunse, suiith uf llie Mountain
House,
chapter 55 of Hi" statutes uf
1805, were lu undertnke the construction of Ibis line, llnl why
should tiui the C. P. R. Co. ox-
lend its telegraph system nl mice
southward to Port Steelo? tf lhat
company cannot or will not. lol
it bo done by the Dominion Gov-
Southorn Railway, curried.
ROSSLAND.
A milling uml concentrating
test, has been made of the Le
Roi ores Ihe resuli uf which  bus
,   . , been so satisfactory that Captain
eminent placing   in   llie estim- ,, ,,   , ,       ,  ,        '   ,
,,.'.' ,.      .,   , Hull wlm cundiieled Ihe lest, di
atos this session tt sum Iur thul
purpose, as was done in the case
uf the line from Ashcroft lo
Lillooet village, constructed last
year. In any easo Ihere is no
question that, in the present
stage of mining development iu
East Kootenay, telegraph connection is a matter of prime
importance; und such sleps as
nre possible should be taken without delay,
MASS MEETING.
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Fresh Eggs
Finland   Haddies
Labrador   Herring
Salmon  Bellies
Oolachans
IIlih'ckii Prices om all Kinds of Drv Goods,
Hlkokk Stock Taking.
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THE  NllUTII S'l'AU SOLI),
There  is ti   roport   that il"
The following ure ihe minutes
of llie Muss Meeting hold ill the
School house on Saturday last,
under auspices of the Port Sleele
Mining Association:
Afler   the   " Memorial,"  as
Three   learns  arrived    from mine to a large English syndi
Golden nn Thursday loaded with catc.
supplies for ihe Grand Central	
Hotel.
Norlli Slur Co.  have snld Iheir """'awn up by a con Ilee. mul
published on page •'!, hud been
rend: its various phrases nnd
paragraphs wen' discussed, llu
II.C. 'DIRECTORY OF MINES
Dl',   ll'eililie  (if  Spnlcille,  wllO ' "	
has made some fortunate invest- i   Mr. '|,|,"s' MeVittlo, C. P„, 1ms Jaokson, .1. Fitzgerald, Dr, Wall
moms In West Kootonaj  initios, favoured us wllh a copy of iho Ci jfolteo]i Moved by P. P, Nor
following   gontleinen    milking
speeches:
R.   I,. T.   Galbraith,   T,   W.
clarcs, "we have now established
Ihe fact ihal these ores will concentrate and in doing so we havo g
inaugurated a now era of pros- j
perily for Rossland."   Sixty-live J
per cent of the gold in the nre £
was saved on lite plutes and the
concentration wns six ions into
nne.
AMERICAN
It is sniil ihe Oregon R, & N.
Co. arc anxious to build into
Kootenay.
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GENERAL MERGiiflNDISE
\ Giant Powder, Mining Supplies & Hardware,}
Joo, Chonio arrived from Knl
ispell with a loud of morchandiso lj
for tho American stoi'o.
I Groceries    &    Provisions j
Supplies For Millers & Prospectors,
Mr, Malcolm Mclnnes, a cattle j
dealer from Ca
Thursday.
t nun's, ji i-tu lie | p
'" IIW. t. JOHNSON flnci COMPANY.
PROSPECTORS   AND   MINK*
FORT   STEELE   B.C.
OWNERS,
.wm^r&v,-«%Vii*?.iu'.itt*\«%«\tti%viviM%i!tiMim«t%iM%%%tiuinM%iiii%iti
came lit on Tuesday to look ovor lirst number ot u new iniarlerly
our district, issued by the "Mining Rouord"
Mr. ll. Abbott. Western su-
perintentlaitt of the C, P. R, has
resigned his position, but will
remain a resident of the province.
Your grocfir will sell you
Schilling's Best tax, and return your money in full if
you don't like it.
lie is our agent to this
extent; and We want no
belter luisi'm's!',,
A Schilling* Company
Par. ,'rsnf.iMil, pn
company anil edited by Mr, Alex.
Hogg, Ii contains a synopsis of
the laws rotating to mineral  anil
placer olaims, lists of the various Bavv|od
Government officials. Hanks.
Posl unil Telegraph offices. Railway, Steamer and Stago routes,
lintels, mining companies uml
stock quotations, &c &o, This
is unquestionably a most ui-eful
manual ami il should obtain a
large circulation iu as well us beyond llio limits uf ihe provinoe,
bury, seconded by If. L. T. Galbraith, that tlio "Memorial" bo
sent without amendment in 11.
Hnstecif Esq,, Senator ,Tas, Rold,
mil    the    Govornor   General,
SUBSCRIBE   FOK
■in" rriosi'Et''""
Moved by A, 13, Grnoo, second'
ml by A. Clark, that Photographs
of Hi,- North Star Oro be attach'
ed to each copy nf memorial,
curried.
Movod by .1. Clrttsslclt, second
ed by A. It. Grace, thai the o.\
pense lie defrayed by tho Porl
Sleele MiuiiiL' Association,
carried,
Moved bv Ii I,. T Galbraith,
si udi'd by \V. Carlin thai   a
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Will pi'ospoctors and inluo
owners kindly contribute n
sninple of their nre to llu
Prospector's cttbinel of minoruls
where it will be pl'iipeily labeled i
and placed un exhibition,
Caitiiin.   Ordinary   laborers
and  tviigo'earning   minors   ure'
cautioned againsl crowding Into
this illslrli'l Inn sunn.   Tho snow'
is slill lun dee]i on Iho mountains   %
for prospecting, and Ihere is bul    '^tc
little wnrk going nu yet whereby    Hi
siicli classes could earn ti living, I
f in ti 'i "i I ihere should bo no crowd
Ing in nl nny season of thost
merely looking fur work. No om
should think nf coming Into in
Isolated district, such ns this \-
nl presold, unless ho has stilllcionl -   lK
money to pn,y his way while wail '   %
iuj,' fur work, nr if disappointed In j   m
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QUEENS     HOTEL.
Two Commodious. Sample Rooms lor Commercial Men
IIAIitHl.t: Th'.WSl'KIIKKII funis
,v    HOT n COLn BATHS
KATES SI PEII DAY.
t J. c. Greene, Proprietor.
GOLDEN, 11, C,
'iiiiituii'
coirip'.w'i
Df   T   T [iJiiiil'' to ini.c I,'- vav
«*W*«***W«*>k'«W«***-1Kl!i(-««-«*W'ir THE   PROSPECTOR,
IS   PUBLISHED   WEEKLY BY
THE   PROSPECTOR COMPANY.
A.  B.  ti PACE. MAN AG Ell.
PLACE!'   MIN'i.N'C.
Placers nu Wild Horse creek
have been successfully worked
since I8ti-i, nl lirsl with "rockers"
and pick and shovel; but for a
number of years they havo boon
,,, ,   , successfully  developed   in   tho c
,  Is   ntitillsiicd i .
must systomatic innnnor.  In this
wny they rolurn to their owners
large profits,   The ground willl
last  a  century   at the presenl
j rate of development.
N fills horoby nlvr , llinl sixty iluys
tiftor (lute, I liitiiml totipiily l" llm Chief Cotn-
iillsslonor ot Lunils mul Worlis, tor piirlnlssloll
to pnri'liiiso lllll iL'i'os ot litiltl on t'orry Oroolt,
I'oniiiliiin-liiB nt. Wclli't' nnil llnylti's s W I'Ol'nor
post, llioni'o rlinnlliK 'in clinins tiol'tll. llioill'o 'in
elmliis wosl, llioinio'III i'liiiins soiilh, lli '"in
liiilns oust. Ilimiuii-Jll oliiiltm noi'Ui lo polnl or
oiunii'iii'i'iiii'iil.
IS. .1, W ,11,811.
Onloil Port Stoolo, iMni'i'li tin Hi. isur,        111
xu'i'ici:
THE PROSPECTOR
every Sitlliriluy, mul litis n Sliiirniitccil
cifcitllttiiin liu'i-or (linn any otlier pnpet-
lit litis! Kootenuy. It is nil lioilio I'l'illtoil
,i,ilI e-otitittns double Ok- news of uny
otlier pnper iu tlie Ulsti'lel.
As nu tuliel'tisliui medium il  is iii,-
txeelled.
ill-lot,-,! to ti,,. npi.oiuii,,,. „f i'\,„ s„'„i,,. ,i„. j    Among the new placer enter-
(lovolopiiinni or the eust inlnurnl resources ol      . ° ' !    ||„ by "ive iiulteo, Unit IIO iluys
uii'Kii-t uoou'i.iii'iiitniifnisii'k't. prises  this  year  will   he   the' ,,,,,",.,    ,,        ,,,,
1 '. nlli'i'ilttt,', I tut,'lol tli ll]i|,|.\ In III''I,Hill
Suhsi-ripiions. <i..'»i ,„.,■ ,.,,„.. [ resumption uf work hy the Perry commissioner (um lieense' to soli  Iio.
Aiivoriisiiiii. rulesinndeimow itpplieniloti. i Creek Mining Co.     Perry creek ■ u,n- l)j ,','tnii oh iii,, piviiii-,'., kninvii ,i»
has paid well iu the past, and tlm lli-iiiiiH'initi'iil Hotel,
isollelteil ft'i'tn nil inn-isolil!,'' l i
Oniurlliuilotis ure sol
lUsll'lel, bill till nuill,
musi luivc il,,. write,
Notice Taxpayers
ASSESSMENT ACT AND PROVINCIAL
REVENUE   TAX,
li'Oll'l' STEEMS Ul VISION Of LAST
KOOTENAY   DISTlilCT.
Nirru-K Is liurubj- iilrvn In iii'iioi'ilnu™ with
the Stiittitos linn I'ro\ lin'liil Unveiiltii Tils mul
nil Uues Im'ltul tinilnr llie tosstuonl Am urn
now line lot-llm yeur iwlr,
All o( lite llliovo nm I  mi'"' enlloiiltililo
ll'ltllln lliu l''ul'l Steele lllvlslon "I Knsl IClilil-
iiuiy eisiiii't nr,' piiyitliluul mi otll,',' in r'orl
Ass,"
'I'ti'ic ,luiti iiiiiii ItHU
'I'lunillilinio-llltltuo
ot wti,I Inn I.
there is no reason to doubt that u«orgo Wutson,
; il will pay boiler iu the future.    ; ,,„,,,,, this ;illl lkv „f MiU,.lti ^n-,.
Mining News.
A   SL'KE   THING !
The chances of heavy returns
from Mining in the  Kurt Sleele
N'tvi'iii:.
iiiitrtitiv will l»' bullion ul Kmt
WE HAVE PAY MIXES.       district are simply  astounding, ut tho Mining ttaorik'r'soluVoiniSiitiir-
—  considering the fact that lite dis   any Un- 12th.lny uf hitto.u 111 oVim* in
The Fort Steele Mining District trict is. comparatively speaking, ll10 f(""-'",""'   Summonses fori he s,,i.i
i.i,     ,'„,„'] ,',,„ I,,, |„',h'ut'L'il ii'iiiit tlio Hi-n'is-
us a Producer. I now, and but little known.
 _  The whole   region   from  Elk
Mines Ready to Become Produc- river north, to iho division line.
ers As Soon As a Railway       'Wild Horse. Lost. Wasa, Tracy.
is Assured. Pe»*>'    ffea™*'    Wolf.    Maus.j,
 Mark and Hell Roaring ci Its;
The North Star mine produced, St- Mary's and Moyoa rivers:) is
and shipped during the year ISflfi, a vast mineral bearing district.!
nearly 4.500 tons of oro, which which invites investment with;
had a valuation of §225.000, At!1|10 most alluring prospects. For
the present time tho company'th*3 placer mines there are miles
has 3000 tons of rich carbonates jof favorable ground answering
and galena at their landing on [every  condition fur cheap and.
>.-!■ I'l'lll "11 llllll I'll'
,'i'iu on ussi'ssisl ml-
i  pwsiililll pro
trill'nl lioiiiii'l.
Il\ order of lln. Judge,
,1. P. i\rmsti'0>i«'. 11
Registrar o!   the Cmtiuy Court of L
Koi'Ulluv lwHiMl nl Fori Steele, :i',i| r
ihonsii
por re
lliiiusu
Islluil ilollnrs llllll II,
n. ivhon sueh uxe,
i,l ilollurs. one mul i
t 111011' Illllll IWl'lll.l
,i„' iiuurlur ol om
ss is over twenty
io hull ot  pm
If
laid on nr alle
■ llie Isl July
1897.
l-'oni
null:, of on,' inn-
•mil   on 11,'li'ipi'O-
pert)-.
Till','
puree, lliettss
'I'll IV
-[OlIl'lll.Ol   Ollll   IIIH
eetil on I'et'sotui
NOTICE.
l.ANe   KIUIISIUV    AIT
tho   Kootonny  river, and  3000
more on tho dump 0000 tuns that
will average xtju per tun, or a
gross valuation of s3liit.tii.iii. The
North Star mine, working a
.sufficient force, can take out and
ship 100 tons daily, nnd Ihere is
no doubt Ihal. with reduction
works, in close proximity, iho
mine would become the largest
producer in the province.
Tho Sullivan group tuts a vast
amount of mineral in sight, and
by the time tlie road can be con-
structed, wil I have a large amount
of ore ready for shipment,
There are "0 or 80 claims located on Huckleberry Hill und
Ihe Sullivan mountain, and many
of these can becou.o producers in
'i few monihs.
profitable working.
WORTH INVESTIGATING.
Never in the history of milling
has the ininoral industry of an
individual district attracted such
universal attention as is now being devoted lo tlio Fort Steele
district. The whole of Canada
and llio United Statos. aro thoroughly aroused and alivo to tho
future Importance of the coming
mining district of the American
Continent, that is destined to
bring more wealth to Canada
than can como through any other
Tho St. Eugene mine has about channel nf legitimate industry
0000 tuns of galena un the dump
ready fur shipment, which has a
gross valuation uf §300,000.
Tlio Moyen, and Lake Shore
mine can ship ore when transpor- j    Of what use are the steamboats
lacion is afforded. i unless the   river channels   arc
On  T y   crook   there    are
several ehuins ihal, have enough
mineral iu sight tu Justify shipment.!
On Elk and Hull rivers'nre
several cupper properties Ihal
can ship ore.
'I'lie Dibble group have about
51 iii sacks nf ore ready for shipment.
ILM.W I'lslutri
UK IS HEREBY GIVEN   lliul il
Tit!,' "( Willi
tl is unite worth the while of
practical men with the necessary
capital, lo come personally to the
Port Steelo district and investigate for themselves, and use their
own judgment as to how much
money thoy will invest, and how
they will invest it. That the geological indications aro most, favorable Iur the finding of goldand
other metals is fully confirmed
by actual development, and can
be duplicated al ninny points in
Ihe district.
. Y. WOOTTOS.
nerul "I Title*.     '■'.
NOTICE.
LAND   UKIIISTIIY' ACT
IN Tilt: MATTEll O,' AN APPLICATION FOI,
a t'lVi.irATt: ov iKimi'irATT; or Til't.n to
I'AItT (l.lWucrCS) OP LOT HlHt, IN   UllOl'P   ONll
(1). lORlTUNAV IIISTHICT.
NOTICE IS H15REIIY (IIVKN llllll It Is
tny Intontion ut llie uxpli'iitlon or one month
from tho tirsi pulillentlon heruof io issue u
iliiplienti' o! the eertllletite ol lltle ol Hunjlilnln
Wultor .tones to tho nliovo lunils tlutoil the llltli
iluy ol October ISM. nnil iiuinlioreil isntl A.
t I   lleeistry onii'!-.  Victoria.  British
coluihiilii.  March nth. Mir.
S. Y. WOOTTON
UcKlslrur General ot Titles,     :»
Hugh Watt,M.D.,CM.
.)/. C, P. S., Ontario and Brilisli
Columbia.
i.ath  or Tin;  nov.lt.  cuiinoo
IIOSI'ITAI..
Four Steele, B, C.
IMPROVE THE KOOTENAY
PROVINCIAL POLITICS.
The New Coalition Ministry.
On Perry creek Ihere are many
The special correspondent nf
made navigable? It is uf great.I tho Vancouver World writes as
I importance,   therefore,   to this follows under date
Un so intii'h iif llu-. ini'onles nf uny person us
si'i'isis on,' llioiisiinu ilollnrs lite followlns
uiis [uintoly: Upon sm'h excess when the
iimi' is ii..t iiior,' limn im tliousiinil ilollnrs.
ne uiiii one-iiitn i-u'r ol one pel' cent; when such
scess is over ten ilioitsiinil ilollnrs mul not
uoro iliiin twenly tliousiinil llolllll'S, one mul
nt'-liiill ol one per i'l'lll: when sueh excess is
ver evenly Uiousutlil llolllll'S one mul lliree-
unrters of one per cent.
l'l'oviiicinl nevemic 't'nx $11.00 per eupltll.
l'. ,\1. EDWARDS,
Assessor and Collector.
Fort Stoole Feb. 23rd, 18117.    31
NOT 11'll,
1 hereby o'lvii notii'i' llinl sixty iluys
fti'i- iliiio. I Intend to ti|i|i|y to Uio
I'liiof ('(iitiniisslotior of Lands & Works
for iii'i'inissiiin tn |iiii'i'liiiso ono litntiii'i'il
itttil slxly ut'i't's of luiul. situnti' in tlio
tlisll'ii'l of Kust Koiifi'ilily tlllll llttsi'l'llioil
iis follows: lli'o'liiiilno' nl ii |nisl |iltttitt'il
nil Ilii' sniltlli'l'll liiuillillll'y of Lol No.'t'i'l
1-111,00] itliiilns uii.il (nun tin1 S. W'.enruai'
ol  sulil  Ini, llli'lliv  .-null    i lll.lllll   ("I'l i
t'liiihis, Ihi'iii'i'i'iisI (-10.00) ftn'ty i'liiiins,
llii'tii'i' iini'lli "lll.llll' forty ('buhl, Inllti'
niii'mill'|iost nu sotilln'1'ii litinutlltl'.v of
l.otai'., tlii'iiiT wi'si iln.oil! I'orl,v i'liiiins
following Miulhnrii l» tlury of sniil lol
tn |ilui'c of lioglnnlitg.
K.L.T.iiiillii'tililt.
Huli'il foil, nib, IsiiT, :|o
N't i'l'li'E,
I lii'i-i'by give nolli'i' lliul sixty iluys
ltd.-I' ilillc. I lllloilll In upply In tlio
t 'Itii'f I 'oiiiiiiissioni'i' ol Lunils ,V Worlis
for pi'i'iiiission lo pui'i'liusi' ono lninilri'il
uml sixty iifi'i's of luiul siliiuii' in ilio
illslrli'l ot Knsl Koiili'iiiiy, unil ili'si'i'ilii'il
lis follows; Hiiirlnnhio' ul, h post pliuiti'd
on llm west liiiul, of tlio Kootonny rivor
illl.llilifni'fy i'liiiins south front the southern linuiiiltiry uf Lot '.tin, llituii'!' west
(lll.lllli I'ni'ly i'liiiins, thonito south 110.001
fni'ly i-bniiis. tlii'iieo oust (.10,00) forty
I'luthis, tliotion following ivoslorn hank
of Kootonny rivor to place of beginning;,
-I.K.Iiilltipbi'i'ys.
Dnteil I'Y'li. Wli. WIT. ':\'l
NOTICE.
Public Notice is horehyjglvon that
sixty iluys tiftor ditto we intenil lo apply
to the Hon. tbo Chief Commissioner of
Lunils nnil Works fur permission to pin*
ebaso one hundred anil sixty aeres of
imociiipii'il Crown lunils situated on
Perry creok Kust Kootenay. about I)
miles above tlie old town, commencing
ut tbo west corner post running 10
ehuins east thonco 40 ehuins north,
tlience 40 ehuins west thence 40 ehuins
south to the place of commencement.
Duted December lllth'. 181)1"
W. .1. WKI.1.13R,
A, Doyle,
Tillio Notice. Slxly iluys utter ilnte. I Intend
to upply to llie chier I'oiiiiiilssiouer of Lmuls
unit Worlis. ror permission lopurchnse il ccr-
Inlti parcel or surveyed hind known us Lot III
in (.'roup t. iiiiiI slum tod Ol! l-'ltulhiy Creek about
S miles from Ils mouth.
I'.II.II.U'.I.X.
Ilnlcil. Oolilen. II.C.   lull, llll! .lllhllliry.tai-.
The British Columbia Southern l'tail
wny Company will upply to the Pat'liii-
tnent of Canada at its next session foi'
an Act, authorizing it to issue bonds to
the extent of Thirty Thousand ilollnrs
per mile of ils railway including an extension from ils Eastern terminus in nn
Masterly direction to Maoleod or a
point on tlio line of the Calgary und
Mueleod Ituilway unil tlienee Knsterly
to Lethbrldge, anil lo make such agreements for conveying o'r leasing the
Company's ruilwuy unil its rights and
powers as is usually given to Railway
Companies in their Acts of Incorporation, unit for other purposes.
Gcmmill & Muy.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Ottawti, Jan, 20, 181)7. 32
NOTICE.
FORT   STEELE   MINING
ASSOCIATION.
'I'liuiiin.s MoVlitlc.
"- S, l<-rl-»Hjl!.
N. A.  WnlHllBM,
K. i*. Smith.
C. 1''. Vi'i-mtUa.
Tli.- n'Wii|-n- mnciiliiRfi 0f Uio iiHRoisUUon
wlll In- linlfl mi Um isl ami :ini Raiurdnr In
jvury inuiiili.
All  |inss|ii|c  In form hi ion   will  1)0  furnisli-
t'tl   Iiy   till1   AsHOiiluilon, mum npiillniiloii hi
I''. Vi'iiDMii,   Sep..
Vorl   Strrli'   n.O,
Professional.
CHAHI.EH MACLEAN,
Plujsitian d? Surgoon.
FORT STEBliE, E. C.
THOMAS   McVITTIE,
P.L.S. cC- C.E,
Fort Stoolo B.C.
J I. L CUMMINS.
P.L.S. <& C.E,
Fort Steele B.C.
J. J. LAMONT
Contractor and Builder
Fori Steele^ B, C.
Take Notick, sixty iluys nftor dnto. I luirnd
id upply to tho Chief (.'omniiKsionor of Lands &
Worlds, Tor peviiilsKlon to piirohnsn n uortn-in
piii'uolofmirvoycilliiii:!knowmiH hit No, *58,
irroup 1. skwito on Fimlliiy Crook, liost Iv'not-
oiiuy.
C. SWKENY.
Bated at Golden, Feb.  28rd,
i.Hi)7. 34
SHERIFFS    SALE.
Undor uml Iiy vli-fuu or n Writ of Kloi'l Pnoltis
llfe'lliiml -JiKHlsisKtictlniitof tin- Suproniu L'mtrt
of Hi-ltiN)] Ooiuniiiiii. «t tho suit of wmiiini
tlQorgOBOHi Asslf-jnoo uml Tnmtco for tho oon-
olll of tlio (.'roilliurs nf Oiit'llti & Lnlto, liimlnsl
A. I., \io\tv. uml iiiini'iilivoti'ii. i wm. (Hmuiud
io inula* oui of lliu (jooiIh imil clmttulK of tlio
ilcfuntliim A. I., IIokk, tlio sum of -flw.T"! for
ili'ht. the sum of fifti-M for conis. tho .sum of fit-
Till fur t'OHl Of OXOOlltlotl, tOKOtllCI* Willi lllti'l'l'st
un tlio milil sum uml ShorltTs foos. pyunilnno
tlllll illi'hlciltul UXjIUIIKOHi
I hnvo koIkoiI mul tulti'ii in I'M'i'iiiion tin'
followlnic |ii'opi-rty.
All llio JStttiito, rltMit.TiMo mnl Inii'ivH of
claims, tliat will become pruduc : ,. . . .   tl ', .,     .   . " ,. ■ .,. .    .   At     , .       ....   .. iin> uofomiont, a. i„ h-wk. i» tho foiiowiim
pis of the  vollnw nipiiil   whP,JdlSUlCtf lhal^the obsiluctlons !o     ^ lotetna, March (.,---\Vhat has m,,,,,,,, ,,.,in,. o,,o «iKhiti (<o immvliied m-
•y (the Kootenay river  nnvigatioii become of that vigorous Opposi- mnwiinihuuiioHiinroMinoniiouiiiiiKittiino
(he noooN.sa.(y means of transpor-.   , ■ , ,    .,(1(lln..(1, „ilnlllrl! tion party whicli everybody was "<"'»■ M«.y ,t.i,o..iistrM orivoot. y.
tatiou enables tho owners to m\T       T        , i »<■!<■ was going to arise shortly In L   ^«;N«ti««iHhorol,1«ivoIithl.1. wiiiuimr
i-oceivo tho attention of tho Gov- .,    n -7 w  i ., ■ lofwiobjrimbiiiiiiuoiioii.HiomWiiroiwnj.oi,
in tho pi'om'i' miirlniK'i'v to work ,   „,,        , . tho fi'ovmcoi'   vvn hoar nolniny «„,„ yiinisu-iiniuyur Muirii. wu, uuim
,h,,    ' ei-nmeut.  Hiosoobstructions cau about it now, but in its place nro i».„r ,.r ,.i,.v,„ „vi„,.' u,,.,,,,',, ,.„,n„;
nib uu., ,,  , i...,i., ,..,,...,   it..    ,,.... \,i..  ,, ,  ,. 	
be removed in u comparatively vague statements that ivtr, lliw-
There is no doubt that at least small cost, and if the work wns tock, or perhaps Mr, MoStwoll,
200 mines hi  this district, will done ut once,  ii  would give nn will lead the Opposition at the
, , ,,]■  i '    ■ •      next general elect on.   We may
become producers upon the ad- immense Impetus to the mining u^f, tor ^ratiUul thut Douiini./n
Vent of the Crow's Nest Railway, j industry of the Fort Steele ms- politios wlll amply engage ihe
  trict, We commend tlie mailer lo'attention of those gentlemen dur-
[.the attention of our member, .Mr. Ii»g the nest live years.    Hut
PEREY CREPiK (HOLD DELT i iir,w,.u Bostock- who has iirovod w''"'' ""' Oppositionists are slow
  ;,.'    ,r,  ,      ',. ' to say any thi ng moro about the
.„    _ „ .  . i1"11'*"'1' trj "" a,|lv" aml ProSrea" great on shmghl they atone tlm,.
The Gold belt, or gold propo- sivo in affairs relative to  this proudly declared thoy wero going
Uitious   ot Perry creek present; dislrict. 'in mako upon tho Tumor Govern-
some very interesting features, i   moiil thoro aro not wanting men
What is called tho bolt extends who lira for coalition.   Coalition
along the wesl side of the creok,! "* '* -'" wmm W, ru I. in British Columbiii politics has
,     "** ,. , ,    ,  , generally spell, lallnre, bul, an an
for a distance n( at least  seven ; Rltoi«oHtlii(f piece of news here
miles. There is ample evidence Queen Victoria in the 60 years in ministry slated by a man Irom
that tho formatlonvls of eruptive of hor reign lias hud lo do wilh Itootonay wlm, however, con
origin. Gold nan be panned from 17 presidents of the IJnii,.,! '*'',l''f1,1'1'1 hi'is ""l in ""' KU'il11
any and all ol' the different leads.  Sfitl.es.    Miirlin  Vunliureii  had ! J'™1",,:'|'1 ,|™™Im!.M!,M!'!,,in'''wwiiI
All iho veins in the locality are boon in ollico throe ths when I.Mr n«„ni: ,ui<.iui..,vi i'™!. mi, Ki,,.ru
limong a system of dykes cutting she succeeded to the ihrono,        f,.--.i.t.-.,, •,,,,,., -..,..i.-n. m,. n initio formation.   Pay ore is found I                                                   Afler such an effort to "slale'
(leaf the surface and extractioni:
Is not only cheap hut can be!
made cheaper with lh" uld  oij mIioiiIiI  eerlniiily "lnlto  lo  tin
Uttiiral iiih'arilii'irif' '"n-'  i-wwvi i"i' ».i,i,Im' ... ilud nUy lliiirel
Minimi lii'i'iii'ilni'K mil n I'm'i sir,'], I,, ti,,
Ulstl'tl't lir Kiinliiliti.v, nltli'ss III till' ini'inilltiii'
till' ll I'Y Hlni'i'snlil IX |«lil mul MILlHllI'll,
Dlltt'll til IJnlitilil Iti lilt' Uhti'li'l   nl Kmi,
iftiny llil«lll''i'l.i'itni',v, INir.
s, KwiiiitAV,:.
slini'liTiif ICuoliinity,
'I'tll'  lllilil'l' lllll'l'lllsilll   Mllll,  ItllH lll'llll llOKl"
iniiii'ii iiiiiii Aiti'ii iiiii, isur,
S. llHIilltUVK.
siiiirirr of K'uoit-nny
i iii'i'i'iivi'tvi' nollee, Unu ilxly iIii,vh nfiin'
inlorestlng piece of news here is """'•'"l"""1' >i'i.viuhhioiiIoh.'iiimuiishu ,
,. ,,,i,.i,,, ,i,.,„.i ,,,,   r.  "i i.iiiiiIm* Wiii-iti.. ru,,ti'i'iiiiMi.iiiiitu,1111'i'iiim.'
iimi rnii'iiiii, nr iinni lyiiw imi'ii, or ini rii uiniiii
t. iviNt.nl' |ot,ftf,iri'iitlll I, uml lielwiion hiiIiI loin
iiiiiI tlm Kinili'tniy lllvet'i i i- l-'ni't. Slmilu In
Knsl Kiiiilnniiy Illslrli'l II. I'. I'nlilnliilnit In nil
nluiul | llllill J lil'i'.nly mii'ilK liiol'iiol- Iimi,
.liuili'N e. lini'li'li,
Uiiti'il llll.) Illllll iluy or Iii'i', imill
lilliAl)
!:><><  |«n.i«,'iii mi"
NOTICE.
I liei-oliy give notion thut IHhluyH iiftol- (Into 1
inleltll to utility In llm Chief I'oitiiiilsKiiiiier of
Lit mis mul Works rm- nentiisHloti lo imrelinse
nm iieres of luiul sllnute in Eimt Kooletiuy nnil
k'sei'ltieil us rnllows: lleKinntilif nl it post
plnnti'il nu tlie West luiul, of llie Kootonny
Hiver nliiitil one mil; nlmvo tlio motllli nr Hull
lllver, 'I'lti'tlei'lllnlitiliisNiii'lli lllenee lllelinins
West.ttiiiiieelnelinltisSniitli tliotieo III eliiiins
Knsl lo |losl Mo I,
T. 11, I„ FKNWICR.
February 20th, I sur
III
NOTICE.
N'oTicK is iikhkiivuivkn. iIiiii ni,|,ii.
eiitinn will ho nitnle to tlie I'lirlllliniiiil iireininiln
nl llie nexl sesslnil lllelvol ftirnii nel In lihior-
liornlo il C'oinlHlny to I'tiiinlruel mul oiloi'lilti it
I'lilliviiy rrom it iinliil nl or tieiir llie Town nr
Kellllirlilue, In Alliot'lll, In Hie Nin-lli West 'I'er-
I'ltolloH of G'lllllllllll llli'lli'e evleliilliii' iieslerly
tln-iillllli I'l'iill's Nest I'nss In the t'liluiutilii r|:
vei'lll llie I'l'iivlilei'iir lli'lllslil'iililinlilnillieiii'i,
ivesli'i'l.vtiill point In sniil I'l-nvllieeim ol'lll'lir
tlie Kriiser Hiver or Hie Slruiis of Ooot'Ulu. or
uny unil or inlei or llm sumo m ililo-Vvitwroi'
seiiliiint'il tlllll iniiver to liitllil.tioiitllrQ.iiiillllliilit
mul n|ii'i'iite steiiui unil ulliol' vessels tnlieilseil
llieiiiiueetliill Will Hie nulli riillnny. ulsn I
llili'i'lllisemiil use Itnler to fenenilo eluetrlelil
Inivver unit lo sell uml leilse siteli ItniVor.
Iiiitoil ul Victoria, lliitlsli Colllllllllli. ITIll Dn<
I'l'lnliei'. Will,
Alli'llKII MAIITIK,
Siilleltor for A|i|illemits,
tB"    Mrs. E. .1. HIGHWAKDEN.
Fashionable
Dressmaker.
Next Door lo Barber Shop,
.THE	
NOTIHIi!,
 --— ii eonl'il'ioii Ministry for llio pro-
SURSCHIB.E   ti'Oil v'""! ''"' "IMIIM I'1'0111 Koolenuy"
I'mu.lt' iS'OTiei'i Ih liDTOlij' jiii'i.'ii iimi
m I ,v l.y ilnj-siifltir iliiio wc liitoiirl to apply
Inllic linn l.lii'Cltli'f ('iiininlHKliini'i' nf
liiiniln ninl VVui'liR fur iiol'liilteliin In
(int'i'lnmii llltl tiijI'UB nf luiul niii ' nn
l'i.'i'i',v I'l't'i'l, I'ltisl, Kuill'Uiiny, UOuliiilim
Kinil.lt tnul llll i'liiiins wot, nf llm "nulli
wol. rtit'iii'i'|iiibI nf Wi'lli'r .<; Ilnylu's
ii|i|ilii'iiliiin   fur  |iii|'i'Iiiimi.   Hi,'   sninr
lii'lnirnnrisi'irviiil mul nm ii|iiiuli't'ttwn
lmuls, I'liimniiiii'liiii' ul. I.lii) Nitrl.lt Knsl
I'liriiiir |nisl  i'IiiiIiin;!   Ill i'liiiins Mtiilli
11 i'i"llli'liiilii»>niHl llimii'ii  111 i-liiiiiis
iini'lli llimii'ii In uliiiliis tn l.lii< |iliii'ii nf
I'liininiini'i'lill'lll.
Ilnii',1 II inline Unit |K,||||,
'I. I'l  1,1'llll'H.
CASSELL   GOLD  EXTRACTING
COMPANY, a Ltd."
OF GLASGOW
THE Mac A ItTIIUH-FOUUEST
( CYN1DE PROCESS, )
Miners ami others icitiiliny ore treated hy
the Cynide Process should send samples io
the Cunudiftii representative,
W.PELLEWJIARYEY.F.CS,
Assay Office ,f Mclalliirtiiftd Works,
YANCOUVEIill.C,
FORT STEELE,
A. S S A y   O If F I C 111,
Port Steele lt,C.
Gold,   Silver,    Cupper,    IjMJuI,
Etc, ut prices to suit the tlmos,
A trial respectfully solicited,
All Work will receive prompt
attention,
II', Pellew, Hartley, F, C, S,
| Mem, Fed. Inst. M it M Mi |
AmU Ojfkti li Metallurgical Woi'lil
I'llKcoitlto' II, U,
Mllltnils ilini/e nil yurvcts nf urt- il/i I"
1,0110, W;» in icclyltl,
PlWnplHinviis i/iii'i'iieiii'/ii/iiiii'i'i'/iidi Tlie Mission Store.
General
Merchandise
The Highest Price Paid For Furs.
T. LOVE.
ST   EUGENE MISSION II.  C.
The Crow's Nest Railway.
ROUSING    MEETING OK  PORT  STEELE   CITIZENS.
Resolutions and Speeches Favoring the Immediate Construction
of the Koitd.
GREAT
i: w
vs   Northern     's
T       ""r-»„;i  T
Railway.
The Largest and most enthusiastic meeting ever held In
Southern Kootenay was held in the school House at Fort Sleele
on Saturday evening, March L'Ttli. The building was crowded to
ils utmost capacity, and many were unable to obtain admission to
tho room, and stood at tlie windows on the outside. T. T. McVittie
President of llie "Fort Steele Mining Association," under whose
auspices the meeting was called, occupied the chair. N. A
Wallinger was elected Secretary. The chairman on opening the
meeting stilted that the necessity for immediate action on the part
of the residents of the. Fori Steele district in the matter of Railway communications for tlio district, was brought very forcibly
to tlie notice of the public, by a small meeting held to consider
some amendments to the mining laws. Every other section of llio
.Dominion of Canada, having mot and passed a series of resolutions
respecting the proposed road, "we. who are more directly Interested in its construction than any oilier portion of Canada'' should
place ourselves on record, pro & con relative to tho undertaking.
The result of llie meeting, was lite appointment of a sub
committee of tlie Association to draft a series of resolutions
whicli would be submitted to the meeting, upon which thoy could
take action, if the meeting saw fit, tho resolutions would assume
tlie form of a memorial to be presented to bolti Houses of parliament, and tlie Governor-General in Council. Ho now called upon
the Secretary to read the resolutions, which were as follows:—
To The Honorable
The House of Commons
in Parliament Assembled,
Gentlemen: —
Tho petition of your memorialists, the residents of the
Fort Steele mining division, in muss meeting assembled, humbly
and respect fully sheweth as follows:
That. Port Steele and its vicinity is one of tho oldest mining
districts in British Columbia,
That within a radius of twenty miles of the present town of
Port Steele, upwards of Twenty-iive millions of dollars of gold
has been taken out in placer mining alone, before the improved
system of mining by hydraulics.
Tluil the urea directly tributary to this district comprises
iiproximately live millions of acres of territory which has been
found to lie phenoiiiiiially rich in ore-bearing quartz and placer
properties.
That up to the present time development work on mining
properties has been confined to comparatively few, owing to the
tact of limited shipping facilities.
Tliat the full capacity of the line of steamers, whicli is the
only moans of shipping ore out of tho district, is taxed to the
utmost carrying the output of one producing mine to the
American Smelters,
That within this milling division every variety of mineral
Is found, both free milling and smelting ores, and also superior
anthracite, cannel, bituminous, with coking coal. And immediately adjacent are large timber areas and coal oil deposits
unoccupied and undeveloped.
That development, work has been prosecuted on several
properties and their richness can be tlie better determined from
ihe fact, that as compared with the celebrated Cripple Creek
mines in Colorado, the showing per foot developed Is: Cripple
creek 921.00 and Fort Steele SS12.00 per foot,
That up to tho present time upwards of Four hundred
mineral claims have been recorded and of those recorded, three
hundred nnd sixty five records of improvement have beon made
In this division',- a fuel demonstrating the faith hud by the
locators In the value of their properties.
That notwithstanding the number of mines located and
Improvements made, owing to lack of shipping facilities and
menus of transportation, one producing mine controls every means
of taking a ton of ore oul of the dislrict.
That owing to the lack of railway transportation, the
mining industries of this district are almost totally paralysed.
That the principal means of Ingress and egress In a
Shipping sense is through American channels and as a conse-
tpioneo the trade of llie district is to a great extent lost to Canada
Thai the construction of a railway through tho Crow's Nest
I'ass, as far as the town of Nelson in Wesl Kootenay, to Connect
Willi tlie Eastern system of railways would immediately have the
effect of the fuller development of the mines aire, iy located,
making a largo number of thorn producing and shipping mines,
and would us well create a tremendous Inllux of capital from older
Canada, Great Britain and the Eastern United States, lo take
advantage of the opportunities tor legitimate investment. The
construction of the railway would make llie whole of Southern
Kootenay directly tributary to Canada and Cattadlailmarkets, and
wilh the greal Increase of population which must inevitably
follow the beneficial effects to the Dominion of Canada, as a whole
can scarcely be estimated,
That at the present time, the coke ilud fuel supplies for the
smelters of West kootenay are drawn from unnatural sotlri',0s at
heavy cost; Whereas by the construction of the railway through
llie Crow's Nest Pass such supplies Would bo within a few miles
of their doors, and al a cost which would allow the operating and
smelting of the ores of many mines there, which do not at present
pay lo Work.
Therefore yoilr Memorialists respectfully llnd humbly
pray.
That the Government of Canada will enact siu'li legislation
(it the present session of the Parliament of Ciiiiiida as \Vill ensure
the imitiediale construction of Ihe Crow's Nest Pass Hallway, anil
Whether the said railway is undertaken as a government worn or
Is built Its a subsidised line. That the Interests of the people of
Canada, as regards freight and passenger rates, be properly safeguarded, and that In so far as Is consistent Willi thu policy of the
Government and with the interests of Canada as a whole, every
Opportunity should he allowed for llle Use of the said line by other
linllwayS so as to ensure competition of fates.
And its hi duty botuid yolir Memorialists Wlll ever pi'iiy.
Binned bv dll-eutlon of Ihe Mass meeiiiig.
TIIK SL'IIVKVOUS CHAIN M.Mir; IT TIIK SIIOH'I'liST
TKANSCONTlNliNTAI. IIOIITH.
ll Is the most modern in uiiiilpinont; il Is the heaviest railed llm-:
il Inis it ruck Inillust roadbed; it misses nn siinil ilesri'ts; it wus   I111II1
without inland grunt or (fovornmont aid; il Is noted fur courtesy of Us
oinpluyos; il is tlio only line serving mauls on tliu tt In carte phut.
TlllitM'Cll TIIK liUANIIKHT Ki'KXKKY IN' AMERICA
IIV   DAYLIGHT,
Kiie I'-OHT STKKI,K und llio EAST KmiKNAY MINES. Weekly
Stite'n from Kitllspcll,   Steamboat coiiiinuniuiitions from <tunntiij;'s
during Summer,   Quloltest uml Best route lo ull purls ol the United
States, Eastern Cunudii iinil Europo.
For maps, tickets null complete Information null or address
nearest ageni or
|   H.G.PARSONS.  i
|   WHOLESALE     LIQUOR     MERCHANT, jj
$ Golden   li. C. \
■i I
" tn New York, -i
AGENTS   FOR
/      Express por, S.S. " State of Cttlifornic
s
A Consignment of FINEST SCOTCH WHISKEYS direct
fl   from The Distilleries of Messr's Wm. Teacher & Sons, j
fi Glasgow, Scotland, N. If. t
S   Ami Messr's I). Mai kiiinoii ,V Co. Glasgow, Scotland, N.B. fi
I
iin;iii..\Nii  I'lii.AM   is  perfection   ot   Scotch <4
f)   Whiskey, as evinced hy ihe immense demand from India, ,-
fa   Australasia, The States and Mexico. /
direel   fioni /
C.G,DtXON,Gonei'itl Agent,
Spokane  Wash.
IM. WHITNEY, G, I', und T. A.
St, I'mil, Minn.
»      Largo shipments ol   huaxuvs  lo arrive
tt   Prance; also gins from the manufacturers.
|For The Fort Steele Mines.f
1 *
# *
* *
§ UPPER GOLUMBIft NAVIGATION AND TRAMWAY GO. Ltd. J
:# And   The *
1
*
*
*
INTERNATIONAL  TRANSPORTATION  GO.
I
*
■*
TIME   TABLE   189".
H FORT STEELE AND JENNINGS ROUTE, NAVIGATION EXPECTED *
""ft, TO OPEN tOtli, OF APRIL. AFTER Isl OF MAY, BOATS WILL LEAVE *
**. DAILY,   ( EXCEPT SUNDAY. I %
% *
iJK; Fort Steele und Goluen Koute. Until the uponing ul Nuvlgu- %
*■ tion, STAGE will leave Kurt Steele every Tuesday morning lU'l'iv- £F
1 , *
->JC ing ut (lolden  Friday evening,  unil leuve Golden  - p.m.. every ^
St; Tuesday, uiTiving'iit'Koi't Steele Saturday morning. i°"F
■k.                                                         '            ' *
/J)' After Muy. 1st, Steamer wlll leuve Golden I ti.iu. Tuesduys mul if*
^ Fridays, connecting with Stage ut AiU-lu, uml arriving ul Kurt Steele ijt
**?. Thursday und Sunday 'afternoon,'"und leuve Kurt Steele. Tuesduv Jr
'.^ und Friday mornings, and arriving at Golden Tlitii'sduy and Sunday I
'f Jusl received I   A Shipment of 'jr,,00n Ore Sucks, Tnr Sown, Hx2H,   fi
8   IIS ok.   Quulity guurunteod.     Price $110,00 per 11100, CASH,   Spcclul quo-   fa
fi   ful inns fur large lots. /
Regular Weekly Stage
KKTWKKN KAIJSI'Kl.L. TOUACCO I'l..UN'S AM) h'OHT STEELE.
CiiiTying L'.'S, Mail to Tobacco Plums.
  TI.MK   TAIil.K.
Loava Kiilifi}icl every SuLiii'diiv nl 8 u.ni.
Arrive ui Tuliium I'luim* Siimluy ul l_ turn,
Arrive ai Kurt Steele nn Monday Kvening;,
Leave Korl Steele every Weilnesihiy al fi a.m
Arrive at Tobueco Plains Thursday ai 12 a.m.
Arrive at Kalispell Kriduy Evening.
For Pittixi'iiijur tnul Kr(),rss rules upply tn
l.) W Stryker   Kalispell   Montana
Prospector Olliee Fort Steele B-G-
•^   afternoon.
I
M v- p' ARMSTRONG,   MANAGER,
Victoria Assay Office
and
Metallurgical Works.
28 Broad Street Victoria B. C,
t.ior.u
$1,00,
I.KAll
$.1.00.
I'lll'I'KII
$2.00,
11oi.ii & SlLVKIt *l.."ill.
Ll'lAD A SII.VKII ti.:,n.
tloi.it, Slt.Vlill A Ciil'l'l'ili      M.iin.
Other   Metitls   iiii   Application,
Mill li'slslipln HI Ions, rliliii'iiialinii lesls up lu i tuns,
CynldU lests tip In 2 Inns, I'ai'cols uf ore tip to 2>"i tuns stllliplcd,
tit all cases dish must lie remitted u ilh order, aiitl cliltrges of ti'anspurl paid.
Al.l.   H,',MPI,KH   I'liO.MI'TI.V   ,S'I"I'|.;MI|;|i   Ti),    ,\M»   UKTTKNW)
WITH   blBPATCH
^t!!!!!!!!H!n!H!!!!l!!!!!!!!!H!!!!!!IH!!!!!l!!MI!IHfH!!!!l!n!f!1^
IN. HANSON. I
£       GENERAL MERCHANT        3
A N IJ
LIQUOR DEALER.
■3
3
3
| Manufacturer of 1
§       all kinds of
|       LUMBER.
A large assortment of
zs
ZS
3
zs
£ seasoned lumber and shingles 3
£ zs
B constantly on hand. 3
SSS9*»S!»»SS9"
}-'   A    IV* ,.1,1 K-I;i (I
T 'I' MbViTTi'tii Clmii'tttuili
I DALGARDNO  HOUSE.
PORT  STEELE B.C.
N(j\v under the management ot
R. D. MATHER.
I.s n large and attractive Motel
of <niict elegance in all lia
appointments> with a
cusine of superior
excellence.
H|ii'cliil rult's liv Ilii' iiituilli 1
**•»•* **mi***,.,
.«.»»*.^.*k.
J
£ WASA, B. C. ^
£ 3
PluiuiUiuuiiuuiiiuui.iiuiuiitiaauaiuiuiuamiumuuiil
i!!!!!!Ht!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!t!!!!!t!!!!!!!!!!!f!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!tf!!!!I
I STEELE   J
I     HOUSE    1
I     The Pioneer     1
I HOTEL 1
"bh 2
|    of Port Steele.    1
I    strictly First Glass,    1
*^" "3
£        mil ,S1\MPI,L ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MLN.        I
*^ s
r Charles   l_.evett,   Prop. g
*,,,,...ii,.i,ii,ii,i,.,,,ii.„m,ail„„„i,,i.„ui,i,ii,miit.iil.* At Fort Steele
lot of tics lo bo used on tho rond.
"When will tho new lino ho
iinni':' As to llinl I cunnot say
positively, Vou muy depend
upon il though, thul work will
In' rushed just ns fust ns possible;
MAXY LARGE SALES I''01' »"«' thai lln' company hns
decided lo build llie road, il is
going in get tlie trains running
Large Number of People Going
in lo Secure Properties.
REPORTED.
REVELSTOKE.
The Herald claims Hint Revel
sioke is "the coming business
centre of North Kootonny."
ll is expected that ;i brunch of
Molsons Hunk will shortly be
opened ul. Revelstoke.
Watch, Clock""" Jewelry
Repairing.
In lln- lirsl style uf llie Iniile. Mail
uml Kxpress orilors receive prompt
attention.
upon   uu  uitositu  tin:
roi.i'.Miii.v   iiousb.
joiin McMillan.
" vrcii.ii im u  i\n ii wiii.i ii,
GOLDEN   U.C
('.iiniiliiili  Assuv unil
Considerable Development WorkIJ"sl ,ls s""" as " <,!lu' Ul.l.nol.T.
I3oillo. Done '' t"'0 t'(""luuiv  s" doclilo,     A correspondent of the Mining i
'" Iwo'1'"   en"   be   commenced at Journal declares Hint Lillooet is,
"There is 11 large numbor of]Nelson"  l''",i Stoel°  ;""' Lelh   cm  the eve of a boom that will
people going into the Fort Steele ^e ut tho sat,,,, lime.    And un tho village Inlo tho dignity of smoUn.R Work,, \-„
district even now. nntl 1 look  for ll"' ;*°ml  ")al'  '"', oompletoil  by „ towl, ,„, ,.i!v    1;,„,l|.  Tl lt. moro L ores done ivilli tl,.-' *■,.'-.,,.-,, espedl-
groat activity in that section the ! Irad CreeK News, lively milling towns we have In tlon and seientuie t uruej    full or
coming   summer,"  snid   R.   0. rrrrrrr—.—  13. CI. the belief will all tho woll- write for further iiurileitlum.
Jennings of Fort Steel.' yester-   Till; t'RnW'S NEST ROAD,    wishers of the province bo pleas
dny.    "The district is looking ——  pd.   No jealousy among any but
extremely  well.     Tin-re  have From   the C.   1'   R.    Annual |n friendly rivalry  between  ull;   DEMLJSE\'   A   URASSICK,
been it number of sales of mining, Report,
properly reported within the last 	
lew weeks,  and most   nf ihem     Tbe directors feel that   they
were for cash. The Eureka group cannot too strongly urge the im j   Nolsol|   Rosslmu| .„„, ,;,,„„,    CONTRACTORS
between the Sullivan group and mediate  construction uf a   linej |,.|ir|.,, )nV(, u   ,   ( ()|. t|in , mic
the   North Star,  was  sold   fur from Lethbridge to a eouuectioi
should In- llie spil'il of the day.
NELSON
^S.OOO cash.    The Wasa group with vour Columbia oi: Kootenay
[way nt X.
a disiuuee nl:
Strongly
iles, and anticipating your|ameudm011| ,,',,,
val.   thev    havo   alread\
brought §15.000, with*.. icasl
paid down.    These sales wen
made to Victoria people,
"Tho North Star people hav.
iii "to tons of carbonates at flu
landing for shipment. In all. thii
company hns-toon Ions ready for ditions ".; ieh have prevailed Cor
shipment. ,-  ■ ,     s have pn
"The tnvicta Hydraulic Com   -..•-. .  ■
pany is sinking another shaft,  in wa    - 2 for the traflii
its placer ground on Wild Horse thi _ it   thi
creek.   This company has ii,.:..   .; ,    ■   ■ _ ■ ,■.■   •   ,-   ■
an enormous amount of  work, proved] isitiona - •  is
the  results  of  whicli   ure  not the company, tog ■' .-.li tin
known. nj tgnitude  of   the   . '■ ■■ sts   .'
'i' •""   rs of the "Dardanelles, ,.:...    will fully warrant this m
thn on Wiln Horse,  portant  step,    Ti:'' interests ■:
■   pened up a splendid ledge, the country at large are so
The tunnel is in 200 feet and concerned  in this question that
shows a four-foot lead. your directors confidently expi ci
"There is a large amount of reasonable assistance nt thi
development work going on ut hands of the Dominion Govern
Perry creek, southwest ol Fort Lout,  -News-Advertiser.
Steele n few miles. A great many. 	
claims huve been located m this
section and the showing so fur ir
excellent.   On one claim a shul'l
I iiiiiii'.'   in
Tlie /'  ■.'
Hilled   em
nil's,' pleasi
ii
in Rogers of Cariboo, one of tho
i- towartlscoinnieuce- garllnr)]  members for that Cons'work on the, opening gUtuencVi   whidl   woukl    lmvJ
; Ihe unfavorable con- cnmpolled tho n0W ,i:y  10  ,„„,
chase the nearly  useless water
- v. stem owned by  Frank
Barnard al two or three limes its
AM)
BUILDERS.
Furl   Sleele    li.C.
ft    AULEOD & GO
Contractors »ni Builders,
,    the   member  tor   the!      ithxituue ,,„ti shop wohk
north i  ling of West  Kootenay -l si>eciai.tv.
■ n itens '..' introduce a bill to
caucei the land grani to the   First Glass Work Guaranteed.
Nelson ,v  Fort Sheppard Rail-!
way,   The Tribune suggests as a    Shop Opposite the. Fort Sleele
re sensible proceeding lirst to
.. for a committee uf inquiry
■ ■ - the matter.
VICTORIA.
■IX ON IT.
da feet was sunk and a crosscut
of the ledge .showed il, lo be lo
feel wide. It was easy milling;
in sinking the shaft no powder
was used.
"A largo number ot men are
ill. work on Ibe Sherwood group
developing Ihe property.
"The dislric.1 is favorably situated for developing ibe minos by
tunnel, ami thero is waler in
abundance The St. lUugono
tiiinu ou .Moyea lake is showing
up liuely wilh di'velupnieiil, and
from all lhat can be learned ii
will Illlike a groat property.
"A number of new buildings
are going up at Fori Sleele, but
til prosoul thoro is nol hotel accommodation enough for the
people who nre going in, ll, is
early iu Ibe season to visit tlie
dislrict, us there is lots of snow,
and the spring will probably be
late,"—Spokesman Review.
The appellate court nt Victoria
has decided tlie celebrated Monitor mining ease in favor of
Wells, the appellant, and against
Petty, lite respondent. The case
is a particularly interesting one.
;is il involves a question of ownership. II seems that in Muy.
189fi, Potty determined to prospect Iho hills neai'Three Forks,
lie inel Wells, who told bill', that
lie had found some float unit informed him where ho thought he
would lind tbe ledge, ll is suid
Ihal before Potty started out he
told Wells; "tl'J. lind tho ledge,
you are in on it."
The ledge wus found and the
Monitor mine located, which
could not now be bought for i?7.*i. •
linn. As the mine wus becoming
valuable, Wells brought suit for
one-half interest, The facts as
lo ibe conversation were not. disputed. The supreme court judge
declared his inability to decide
_ . what  "in on  il" meant, .stilling
RAILROAD RUMORS,        that il was too indefinite, oonced-
 '  ing.   however,   that   there wus
The (', P. If.  Will lluilil  Ibe   Some sort of coutraet in which
Crow's Nest Puss. the plaintiff wus entitled to siinie-
  thing.   'I'lie case was dismissed
The East Kootenay Railway
Company's Bill has received its
I second reading in the House, as
has also the Hill of the Victoria,
Vancouver and Eastern Railway
nud Navigation Company.
We take pleasure to uiinoiinee the
opening of our Nisw Jewelry Stows,
WATCH REPAIRING, is u pi-intc
feature with us, und ull work entrusted
will reeeii'i' ctit'i'full ittU'itl'iun.
Special Attention given to
Mail OltDERS.
D. L. BETTSCHEN,
Watchmakek &■ Jeweleh,
golden,     - b.c,
JOHN A.  MOODY,
Printing Office.
FORT STEELE MEAT CO.
WHOLESALE it RETAIL DEALEUS
IN FUESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Weekly delivery to mininy vttmps in the
Norlli Slur uml Wild Horse Districts.
HOUSE it CATTLE DEALERS.
Address all communications to
ROBSON & SUCKSMITH.
^mTmmmmmnmT»«*m!T?mmmmm»!m?n?n!n!mmijs
*"**" ^3
*""""- ^
|The Mountain!
£^ ZS
£ ^
I     HOUSE    I
I       Fort Steele B. C.        1
£ 3
t WILLIAM FORSYTH,  PHOPHIETOH, ZZ
ir ~-*
***"" ZS
H ^
£       This is une of Ibe besl  appointed  Hotels in the      :3
t* Purl Sleele  District, ZS
£T' -••
*"***■ zs
*- zs
•- -f
t~ lilvory   room   is   comfortably   furnished. ZS
£ ZS
j~    When you visit Port Stoole yotl will miss it if you dont   "-j
J; slop al  Ihe, 2;
I    Mountain House.    1
•■- .—*
tr —•
^iiiuiiiiuiuiuiuiiuiiiuumiiuiiiiiUUiiiiuiuiuiUuuttiuu?
BALE * SCOTT
Contractors & Builders,
Fort Steele B. C.
Estimates furnished for the erection of
Concentrators, Smelters and Stamp-mills.
All work promptly attended to.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
AND   ONTARIO.
MJties And Mining
Stock Agent,
roiillKSI'ONllI'lNl'K  BOLIf'lTKD,
UNTAUIll.
"The (Vow's Nest Pass railway with the costs against the plain
Will be built this summer, and it tin".   Wells appealed to ibe full;   i-nNi,u.v
will be built by   the Canadian court,   which   has just  decided j
Pacilic, too." sn'nl n man  today, that the words "in on it" mean| 	
who from his close relationship that Wells was entitled torn:
with tliecoiitpunv, is iii ii position hall ibe claim.   The Ledge
to speak uuilioriiiv.'iv 	
"Unless lln' present plans mi-
Barry, work will begin inside ol PROVINCIAL   ITEMS, j Financial Agent.
a week iii tin' Lethbrldga end u:
the line, ami the road  will slay
not lill tin- Inst rail is laid.
'•The contract   has   already CARIBOO.
been let.  anil  in  ibe nexl   few - —
Weeks you may expeot to soo re-     Old timers heroabouls will re
quests fur tenders on ibe sub- membor Mr, John   liowron wlm,
contrasts' Im.- been for many years Gold
"The decision of tbe road to Commissioner of Cariboo    Hav |
build ut unci' was hastoned by lost his first wife about two years
the breaking up of the steel rail ago, he was married Dili March
' rails foil from "#17 to j in Victoria   ,,,  ,\|i,,..  Elizabeth |
■ i        I'he C. P, R,,  In,.- Watsoi
Culled l-'i'imi i Iur Exchaue
THOMAS   McNAUGHT
Mining Broker,
UM I.VAXI'lill   IM, VOT.IIIV   I'l III IC
l-'ni-l SI,'I'lc. (liilili'ii,
KAI.Isl'l;l,l„ MOST AN A,
\a-iin laic ol Cnriliui
Mi'-, .Iiiiiii- iiiiiiiiii  )
Mrs    1.   I: i    ••   .1  11. Ilnil^vi-  ■    Dlltl'dToltHi
!   "   t\, A. r.ini'iiil I
VEGETABLES & FARM PRODUCli
of nil Ultiils ut the
PHILLIPPS HANCIIE.
 *	
iV tow  pairs "I pure Pektn Ducki
$3,00 per pair,    Louvo onlurs u'illi
ROBSON it SUCKSMITH.
If  you want   the   prime
1) A IR Y   P R 0 D U C E ,
All machine made cm factory
principles.   Come to
Mr. T. FENWIGK,
Port Steele U.C,
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY
Hot And Cold Baths
Washing * Mending.
Mrs, Lewis.
I. J. QUIN Ll VAN.
C'ENBRAL   BLACKSMITH,
AND
WHEELWRIGHT,
lIorsU'Bhoelng A Specially,
GASH I0r FUR.
BEMTTy'S
Clil.I'lUUATED
ORGANS AND PIANOS
For Catalogues, Address
DANIEL ;•'. IIEATTY, Washington, fl
New Jersey. 11,
Drums $38,U0 lip.   Slim
PI 4 MflS I'lilnii'i's wiititi'ii. t-iiiiiiiwiii'
l Jfll^VJtl   |..|.cc,    Ailrtmss.  Dlllllt'l  I'.
Ueittty, WuBliltiHton. M,,!.
Plantts, $225,00 up Sinn Ptiiii-
flRr.flN's ""■» winitoil' Qiiiiliimii' lite.
VllunnO   A.IUriiss Dnnlcl I'. Hi'iiil}-, tVusli-
tns'tiiit, N. ,l.
HEATTV'S Ol'Blins *:I5,III1 up.
Sftfl flfin Sl>-'" l'»l»a,r» wiimwl. A'lilnis-
OUU,UUU  or,'llll, Iliuik'l I'. Ili-nlt)-. Wusli-
illirtuli. NOW Jlll'Hliy,
Tho National Matte Smeller.
A practical, cheap and simple
method of malting sulphide ore,
-' cli a ■ ni tal, copper, gold, und
■ Ivor ,  "-. in  localities v liere
um uiiintiblo, our pyritie,
;- ' ted Mai ■ Smelter
bit- :''-' . 'i "i- lizotl with highly
su -''■ I "■' ' ■ ills, aail has
been iin ri i'..:!,.v tested un various pyritie, sulphide, and arsenide ores, in capacity of L' lo so
tons per day, i'l is Iho simplest
method of cold anil .silver ore
matting, and concentrating that
is known to-day,
$118,000   up.     Sinn
Beattu's Ornans fcMEM
Hcatty,\ViishliiKloil,N.J
Beattu's Pianos !K0nrr"cK:iliOiAil':
rti'uii.v, WiiHliiii«tou,N.J.
James High warden.
'i'lttlHUrtlil    Artist,
Shaving & Maircuttiitg,
i:\«ryii>init Ncui ,v ta.'iiti.
FRtEMflN ftND OEflRy.
v   ilioi'e is some lieavj     We regret to loarn thai the lino
mountain work to h" donoi 7", now rpS(d.onno un the ranch o/     Mini I'', It, Wmiliilll, Ma)lli)ji!i',
pound rails will be used, and the „„. I;|U, .,. T. Hawks near Soda    ,,„,,,„.„, ,„,, „ ,   m „„
recenl purchase  -ill   jusl   nbuiit  ,.,,.,.1, u,„ ,-,„•„„. ly ,|,vl fined   by!„m„,,  „.in ,,iv„,,, ,,„„„„,,
bo enough to lay llioflOft miles of n,,0, j,.,urK  |.',„.tu,',,,,.„|,pl,v hi:
track on ibe line, as well as lo
lji'ovldo side tracks spurs oto.
"A  I'oninii'i   has   also   beon
ftuiwllv |,.| nl   l.li#li|en   (,,r   ii   lut;
M'lisn.'iui..;   |-'fi|,'
Mrs, E, R. Wfililwr, Manaunr,
kAMHPKhl.ii   MONT,\N.\i
Shiiiiiioiits returned at our expense
ll iirloes are not satlslaetoru.
HmI'I'II * 1-ilNIIHI'IV,
Llveru, Feed & Sale Stable.
fort Stoolo U.C,
8A.DW..K A' I'ACK IIOHriliS,
I'li.t.MlNU OP Al.li KINKS A SPKOIAIi'l'l
JOHN WEIGHTMftN
LIVER V,
FEED, AND
SALE STAPLES,
Kalispel Mont.
I'lirlii's  iii iiiiiI   fiimi   furl,  Hti'vli'
will thul llinl litis Is llu' licsf pliii'c In
| Imti'ii llmli' nlni'1,1 uml ,il>tulii .'iiiii',',i.
Kivel'dde, Mljllli   |I,iii'i;hi
It requires no extraordinary
skill, no lead ores, no fluxing
material, and no fuel for the smelter after It is started. The sulphor in the ore is Its natural
fuel only, nnd ils cost has no
comparison with any other process of concentrating.
We are prepared lo furnish any
size or capacity plant c plelii
io substantial mining people, set
it up and furnish our nion lo run
il for litem on easy payments,
Prices and specifications] wilh
references and testimonials oil
application.
NATIONAL Ollli i  llniil't'TION CO,
Mliiiildii'lliri'rs i,rl'iiriiiu.i,s ,.,i ,V|,.|,,,| ,('n|.|i,,(,
lliilil, Sllciir I [, lor™,
nmiiniiiilis am, (,'iintiwch'oiis cub
KQUIP.MKN'J'   Ol'   fHUMKlAI,
HISDUOT'lON VVOHKSi
ST, tiOUlBi Mu,
Vee Lee,
Veufiialiles ft farm Prodiitin
ol all kinds ai reasonable iiiIuih.
Opposlti) llie M iloln II'.iiihu,
|i'0l'l   Nleele  11.11.

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