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Vol, -I.-   FORT    STEELE   SATURDAY
Fort Steele Mining Association,
FEBRUARY    29 th 1896.
No 17
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President,
The annual meeting of the Fort Steele Mining
Assoolation,was held in the School House last Sal
urday Evening, Affter the usual business    'routine
The election of offioers for the ensueing year
was prooeeded with,all being elected sby aoclama
tion.balloting not being necessary
R.L.T.Galbraith.
O.S.Frizzel. Vice
N,A,Wallinger. ,,
Robert .Dempsey. ,,
William.Carlin.
Thomas.McVittie.
Board of Directors,
John, Grassick. A.'b.Grace. H.W.Barnes.
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Treasurer,
Seoretary.
There was an unamimous expression of approval of
the work done by the Association during the past
year.for there was no doubt but that the efforts
put forth had tended greatly towards the advance
ment of the Mining interests of the country.Not
only in drawing the attention of outside Capital
to our mining resources,but in bringing to the
notice of the Legislature,the wants and rcnulr-
ments of this section of tho Province, which is
rapidly taking a front rank,as an-ore producing
Distriot,and in consequence is entittlcd to more
attention,than It has received in the past.
The hope was expressed,that more of those men,
who are interested in the mines of the district,
would oome forward and give their aid towards the
welfare of the Association.so that it may be in
a position to guard the interests of the genuine
miner and prospector,and enablo him to place his
prospeots before .the .world in ,a proper light.
SILVER.
Native silver, occurs In various forms; and It Is
often difficult to decide by sight whether a mineral if pure, or contains silver admixture, It is
found In mines where silver ores ooour,in the
regular form of orystals, but ohiefly in irregular and formless aggregations.lt appears in copper, ramifying the copper in all directions,in
the form of fine threads of silver, Native silver
has been found in large masses, in irregular con
oretionS( in crystals, and in bundles of fine
fibres like hair, growing from a common centre,
or like wire twisted into nets; in plates, and
in shapeless masses. This ore,  in Its pure form
oontains from 60 to 80 per oent silver,acoording
to its purity.lt is easily smeltcd,and yields
metallio silver with but little trouble.Antlmon-
' lal silvenin a crystallized ore,is of a whlto
oolour,hard,and very brittle,thin ore when pure
'contains 80 per oenl nilver,and 20 per cent,anti-
mony. We have seen specimens of wire sliver,that
came from mines in this district,that to all
appearanoes would contain 70 to 80 per cientjSll-
ver,
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Do you read the Prospector? Subscribe for lt»
WHY   WE   KICK,
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Situated as we are,In a narrow valley,with *
at present only one means of transportation , and
that by water, The residents of Fort'Steele, The
Mine Owners, and Miners of this vicinity;forwarded to the Minister of Publio Works,a petition,for
the improvement of the Upper Kootenay,that  is  that
portion of the river between tho International
Boundary,and Fort Steele, The necessities of this
portion of the District, was represented In a just
and forcible manner, The possibilities for the
future were shown to be largo,  In faot,  tho future
prosperity of the Distriot depended to a great ex.
tent upon the wants that the petitioners had pray
ed for, It was shown that a small amount of money
expended at this time would be of immense benefit
to us, that there would be a largo amount of ore
mined and ready for shipment,that if the river was
improved it would Insure to Fort Steele at least
eight months  of navigation, That there wa3 only
five gravel bars, that obstructed navigation to
suoh an extent that-steamboata could not'aacend
the river' at a low Btage' of water;  and the attention of the department,Was called to the foot,that
an immense impetus would be given to the mining
interests, were immediate steps taken to remove
these obstructions. And now it is-the same old
story,the Government persists In refusing to improve- the Kootenay; and the more favoured Columbia get nearly #5.000. forimprovementa.lt  is    ;  ,.i
Plain to be seen,that this portion of the District
is not in It, as a matter of faot we are too pre-
viouaVwe must wait,and keep waiting until tho ;
powers that be,beoowe powers that see,Five thou a-
andJWwvo p'f ore, Rich ore, mined, and awaiting
shipment,is too small an'object for this paternal
Government to see. As soon as navlr^tion opens
the Upper Kootenay Navigation Co,will place two
steamboats on the river. The Upper Columbia Co.   '
will have two more,making a fleet of four large
steamboats, whioh will ply on the Upper Kootenay
during the coming season.This will be the only
means   of handling the large amount of ore  that •
is mined at'the present tima, and what will be
mined during the Spring and Summer.The working of
these mines,and shipment of this large amount of
ore,is a souroe of revenue to the Government;and   |
the development of our mineral resources,an addl-j
tional revenue.And now,with an era of Increased
prosperity dawning upon this district. This fos-   j
tering Government, This most benign and parental
Government,This Government endowed with short
slghtedness to an alarming degree'.eannol see the
necessity of assisting this revenue produoing
distriot to the extent of removelng obstructions
from the only navlgahle waters In tho southern
part of this distriot.
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A    CONUMDRUM.
How oan a steamboat    26 feet in width, -eass
through a draw In a bridge only 25 feet in width.
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T   HE    PROSPECTOR,
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THE    PROSPECTOR.
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IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE PROSPECTOR Co.
A.B.Craoe, Manager,
SUBSCRIPTIONS, $   1.50. Per Annum.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS,   DIRECTED TO THE
PROSPECTOR Co, Fort Steele B.C.
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PROFESSIONAL.
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Chas.Maolean.
Thomas.McVittie.
H,L,Cummins,
W.J.Rooke.Cowell.
Physician   &   Surgeon,
P.L.S. ft C.E.
P.L.S. ft C.E.
M.A,    D.So.    F.'O.S.
N.Arnold.Wallinger. Metallurgist & Assayer.
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PORT STEELE MINING ASSOCIATION.    .
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Treasurer,
Secretary,
R.L.T.Galbraith. President.
0,S.Frizzell.
N.A.Wallinger.
Robert .Dempsey.
la, Carlin.
Thomas.MoVittie,
DIREC TORS.
John.Orassiok,     A.B.Graoe,       H.W.Barnes.
All possible information, will be furnished by
the Assoolation. upon application to '
Thomas.MoVittie,Sec,Fort Steele B.C.
I I I I I 1 I I I I'l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l-l-f-H-l-W-K-K- i 1-1 -i-i-l-H-H-
The next regular meeting of the Fort Ster-le Mining Assoolation, will be held on Saturday Eyening
Maroh 7th.
THE INDUSTRIAL -SCHOSL. i'
Indian Agent Oalbraith,made his usual monthly       '
,visit,to the above institution;and reports every
thing in a satisfactory condition,tho pupils are
making exoellent progress with their studies,and
are oontented and happy,
The Rev'd, J.Audio. O.M.I.   preached to a'larg
congregation on Sunday laat at St Eugene Mission.
His 'subj'eot referred particularly to lentjtii
duties,and obligations.
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DIVINE SERVICE.
On Sunday, Divine Servloe will he held in the
Sohool Room,at 7 1/2 O'olocik. Subjee' ,"Tlic Ear."
I I I I I -I I I I 1 H-l-H-H-
A large congregation listened to Mr.Galbraith
disoourse on the Evening of the 23rd,on "Social
Warnings.'* we are pleased to see the interest
taken In these servioes.
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S   ATURDAY   Feb, -29th, 1896.
CAPITAL    COMING.
We have it on good authority,that an. i
number of English Capitalists will visit. the'Fortt
Steele Mining Division of East Kootenay'.with the ■
intention of looking over the situation,for in- ;
vestment. Those having good properties for sale, .'
should put them in ahape for examlnatlon'.and give!
a' full and. complete description of the property, j
t& the Seoretarjf of the Mining Assoolation,so ' j
that,those coming may be directed to them,
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COMING. -    ■     •    \
J.P.Armstrong,S.M, and Government agent, will
visit Fort Steele,about the firat week In April.
He comes to arrange about the work to be done in
this section of the Distriot..He will remain with
us for some time .  ills needless to say,that He
will meet with a oordial weloome.
WHERE THE TAXPAYERS MONEY GOES.
The cost of our bridges,   From the report of the
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works', We find that
the bridge at'Canal Flats,oost $9,311, -   the'
bridge at Fort Steele oost |l7.062, the St,Mary'tt
oost  44.310.    We shall have more to say about ■    '
thi3 expenditure, by and bye,
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, RATS I-UVuCATS,
A party,signing himself F.H,Alymer,ln the Golden
Era, asks,-.;] io said-,.." Rats,"    Now we'have a gentleman in our midst who wants to know who sald"0atB"
Between Fred of Go'iden,and our Friend at Steele,
Honours are Easy;
THE    HELL   BALL. 1•
A social Danoe,will be.given by the Ladles of.r.     !'
Fort Steele, on the Evening of'Maroh 13th,,'-The
admission,and supper ,^1, The prooeeds of the-sale-,
if tickets ,    will be devoted to the purohaae of    '
a Bell for the Sohool House.
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A FAREWELL PARTY,
na.Hazel,Galbraith,gave a farewell party to her
little friend and schoolmate Miss,Mabel.Mather,
Mlsa,Mabel,will reside in the future at Dalgardno
City,many warm friends regret her departure, '
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BIRTHbDAY PARTY,
Miss,May,Jennings,gave a birth day party to a/
number of friends on Friday Evening,a very, pleasant time was had by all the little folks present,
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SOLD,
n,M.Edwards   has a old his band of cattle to
leasers, Robsbn Sj Suoksmlth, who will shortly open
a butoher shop in our town, we learn,that they
have made an offer for Mr (Alexander's oat. tie,now
running near Oranbrooke, We wish our friends
success in their new venture.
The harbingers of   Spring. 'A large flook
of Wild Geese went north yesterday.That is all
right, but where was the Gun Club.
We are now having the usual Maroh weather,Firat
il flows,and then it snows,and then it begins to
rain. Then It blows,and then It snows,and then It
rains'again,
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M.Phillipps,S.M.  oamc In from Tobaooo Plains,on
Thurnday, He will remain with us for a few days
attending to his offloial duties. He reports the
road good fir sleighing moat of the way, or as
far as Bull river,
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A number of oanoe3 in charge of Cap't Monteith,
will leave the Plains for this port next week. i^W^8^*lf^'-:''i;^.V»iMJ*-.'T.c;ii'-i.g.rr-''M»».-ii     J/itm
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THE   DEPARTURE. OF Mr, & Mr3,Mather,
The departure of Mr,' and Mrs .Mather,for l!algard-|
no City .Has oawsed a feeling of regret to per-   •
'vade our little   burg,    M?,,Mather,has been In
the hotel business here,for the last two years,
end has made.many warm friends.Who regret sincerely their departure,Mr, & Mrs,Mather has the-
best wishes of the residents of this plaoe.for y
their future happiness and prosperity. Our Bob*
as he is familiarBy known among his friends,Wlll
again take up'the noble and honest calling ,of a
gTanger'.and we heartily wish him success,
During the past week,our little town, has had a,
series of festivities;a number of Hie residents
vieingwith one another, to do honour,and Show
their esteem for Mr. & Mrs,i/ather. On Monday
Evening, a nice surprise was arranged for them
by Mrs Huokle,and Miss,Bailey, at the residence
of Mr,R.O.Jennings,where a number of friends
were invited to meet them, and the Evening was
spent with musio and other amusements.
On Tuesday evening,a danoe was given them by a
number of friends'.at the Dalgardno House .The
musio was under the direction of Prof, Farquhar
son,assisted by Miss,Bailey.   .
On Wednesday,Mr.and Mrs.Levett,invited a number
of friends to meet Mr.and Mrs .Mather at the
Steele House,where an enjoyable evening was
spent.
On Friday evening, Mr,and Mrs,Barnes,had a social gathering ,in honour of Mr,and Mrs,Mather,
where the evening passed qulokly,danoing,and
musio,and a general good time was had by all.
On Tuesday, Mr,and Mrs .Mather, invited a large
number <of the residents of Steele to dinner at
the Dalgardno House .ample justioe was done to
the spread,whlch was elaborate and bounteous.
A  BAD   ROAD.
The hill leading from the bottom at Westport to
Cranbrooke,is in a dangerous condition for travel,the water having made a deep out in it for
some distanoe,teams passing that way,should be
on the lookout.
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WILL LOCATE.
Mr,Arnold,oame through from Golden with a fine
team of horses,whioh he purchased at Calgary.
He will locate at Westport,
/Mr.Iinterbottom.is visiting the Fort,he is'looking up a looation.
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THE DALGARDNO. ■ •   *
The Dalgardno ,olosed on Wednesday last,on account of a ohange in the management. The house"
fcwlll be renovated.and placed in a first class
"condition for the aooommodatlon of the public
during the ooming season. Mr.A,Morln,wiil take .
the management of the house on the first of the
month. He has had considerable experience in
that line,and under the new regime ,the popularity of the hotel is sure to Inorease,the dining
room,wlll be plaocd in charge of Mr,DeRosler.
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Mr,Cowell,has rented the residence of Mr,Suck-
smlth,and will move in at on.oe.
A new manager,to take charge of the Inviota Co
plaoermlne.is on his way to Fort Steele.
She is the belle of the ball; Who ? Just oome
to the Ball at the Dalgardno Hous'e on the evening of '        the 13th of March,and you will aee.
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THE' LMNE.
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Mr,R,8.Jennings,' h.0,3 a number of men working on
this property, They have stripped , and uncovered the Iron cap 'for a distance of 24 f e.<-:t, and 1
are now sinking,they are down 13 feet,and .have
a good showing of Carbonates,and considerable
Galena;The Deane,is aituated North East of the
North Star,and about 1500 feet from the present
workings of that company.Mr .Jennings expects to
be in solid ore in a short time.    We learn that
Mr.Jennings,will leave for Spokane, on Monday
to make arrangements fo>   the future development
of the mine,which is considered to be as good
as any claim on the hill,
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THE   MIDNIGHT,
Messers.Wat3on and Usher,are in on this property
85 feet,the formation is identical'with that of
North Star,they have a large amount of Carbonates,and oonsiderableGalena in the tunnel,  and
the indications are,that they are olose to the
foot wall, considerable Galena,and Carbonates
have been taken out,while running the tunnel;
masses of Galena weighing si-veral tons have been
found.this property is direotly North of the Star
and on tho load;'We understand that the North
Star company are trying to get this olaim,The
owners will apply for a* Crown Grant at an early
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./   DO YOU UNDERSTAND THIS REPORT, '
The Manitoba Free Press, of the 13th of Feb,has
the following article,
Messers ,MoKenzie k Mann, will be  in the city  a
couple of days,and will then proceed to British
Columbia,where they have extensive mining inter
ests.They will make arrangements for taking the
silver and lead quartz which they are obtaining
from their properties,to a smelter.Mr.Mann said
that the mines in the Kootenay distriot,opened
last fall,had not proved profitable,and operations were discontinued.
We cannot understand what property Mr Mann referi
ed to when he said the mines opened last fall in
thft^Kootenay district,had not proved profitable.
He surely did not mean the NORTH STAR whioh is
one of the largest,mlnes on the continent;and
oan be worked to advantage and with profit.and
then the Free Press,states that operations were
discontinued. The company has worked 3ome 30 men
all winter,and taken out in the neighbourhood of
4,00,0. tons of ore .and with a small increase of
the working force,it is possible to take out   100
tons daily. And then we dont ship ore from unprofitable mines. Contraots have been let for the
transportation of 3.000, tons to. the Upper Kootenay Navigation Co', and it is reported  tha^ the
Upper Columbia Co has a contract. This faot  alone
shows that the North Star Is a profitable mine.
To us, the Free Press artiole is a mistake, the
Free Prees reporter did not grasp the situation
as it was intended,or Mr Mann did not make himsel
understood as to what mines he referred       -to.
As to the profitable, or unprofitable mines in
the Kootenay distriot,East or West,we will say,
that to one mine that is  .unprofitable,we have a
hundred that Is profitable in the Kootenay distriot.
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OUR   POSITION.
The Prospeotor, is published in the Inter
est of the mining industry of ^Sast Kootenay .and
we shall at all times give a oorrect report on any
and all the mines in this vioinlty,and as far as
possible the whole distriot. We are. not here to
boom any mine, but to give the true faots in all
[oases,fe stall oorreot any mistakes made by us.
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V THE    P R 0  S P E 0
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SOUTHERN DIVISION  OF EAST KOOTENAY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,That  in accordance with
the Statutes, Revenue Tax,and all other taxes
levied under the assessment not; are now due for
the year 1896. and payable at my office' in Fort
Steele.  If paid on or before June 30th 1896.
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One half of one per oent on roar property. j
Two per cent on assessed value of wild land.
One third of one per cent on  personal property.
If paid after June 3Cth 1896.
Two thirds of one per oent on real property.
Two and one half per cent on assessed value of
wild land.
One half of one per oent on personal property.
Revenue tax of $3 for every male person over the
age of 18 years.
All persons who are in arrears of taxes clue up
to the 31st of Dec 1895 are requested to pay the
same or costs will be incurred at an early date.
CM.Edwards,Collector &'Assessor.
Southern Division of East Kootenay.Port Steele,B.
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C A R L I I!    &   D U R I C I'..
GENERAL    M E R C H A 11 .0 I S E.
AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER COMPANY.
MINING    SUPPLIES,
AGENTS FOR SLATER & SONS,   CELEBRATED SHOES.
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Navigation and
UPPER    CO L II M B I A
Tramway Co.
,      EXPRESS THROUGH RATE 10$ PER ROUND,
FREIGHT GOLDEN TO FORT STEELE,
Class A  ^3.00.
Class 3  43.50.
Class C   52.00.
Clues n #1.50.
T.H.B.Cochrane,Pres.        F.P.Armstron;:, Imager.
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THE   S T E E L E    11 0 U S R.
THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL  IN PORT STWi
Strictly First  ■"'. inn,
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL Mi;.!.-.
Chas, Levett. Prop.
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CONTRACTORS    k    BUIL 1> K K S.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
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SATURDAY    Feb,  29th 1896,
THE   AMERICAN.STORE,
GENERAL    MERCHANDISE,    •
GIANT    POWDER,  MINING    SUPPLIES    k   HAHIIARE,
:-;ort Steele B.C.
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GROCERIES    k   PROVISIONS.
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Jennings Montana,
THE   UPPER    KOOTENAY    NAVIGATION   COMPANY.
. STEAMER .ANNERLY,
JENNINGS MONTANA,  TO   FORT    STEELE    B.C.
FOR    EXPRESS,  AND    FREIGHT    RATES APPLY    TO
:!.':'.J 0 Ii E'S, Jennings    Montana.
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D ALOARDNO   HOUSE.
IE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE IN STEELE.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK.
A. M 0 R I 11,  Prop, Fort Steele    B.C.
THE   il 0 [I N T A I N    H 0 U S E.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
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