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FORT STEELE, B. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1S98.
No 'J8.
New Advertisements To-day.
Notln.  u.ii'luill & Aronu I'uko '.'
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LATEST WAR NEWS.
Commodore Schley's Fleet In Santiago do Cuba Fort Silenced by the
American Fleet.
Key West, .Tune 1—A dispatch
boat has just arrived from off
Santiago de Cuba, with the news
that the lleet under Schley had
bombarded and destroyed tho
forts at the entrance of the
harbor. Morro and Socopa forts
were silenced and destroyed in
90 minutes, infantry and artillery
men were seen running in every
direction at. every shot tired
from the American lleet. Immediately after lhe bombardment
the battleships Iowa, Massachusetts, Texas, cruiser Now Orleans and torpedo boat Porter
entered the narrow entrance to
the harbor and passed wilh
safely the submarine obstructions into tlie harbor, There wns
no hilled or wounded on board
the American lleet during the
bombardment. The Spanish
Heel is reported lo have taken
up a strong position under cover
and protection of tho shore batteries. An attack upon the
Spanish lleet will bo made immediately.
Key Wesl, June 1.-- 11 is reported that ii combined attack is
being made on Santiago deCubn,
by Ibe American Ileets under
Sampson and Schley, and a force
of it, i ii in i nsurgents. Four American battleships und a torpedo
boat are reported to have reached lhe inner harbor eight miles
from the city. The Spanish
Heel are in line under cover of
shoro batteries. Thore is groat
excitement at Santiago and tliere
would be some delay in getting
reliable information.
Port Au Prince, Haiti, May 31
—About L' o'clock this afternoon,
a squadron composed of fourteen
warships, of which the cruiser
New York displayed the Hag of
Hear Admiral Sampson, and a
number of torpedo boats began a
bombardment of tho forts and
harbor of Santiago de Cuba.
Tho forces of Morro Castle, La
Socapa and Punta Corda suffered especially. The cannonading
was very persistent and destructive.   It lasted until B:45 p. in.
(tape Haitien, May ill.—Advices just received from Havana
say that since 1 o'clock this
afternoon the American fleet at
Santiago de Cuba has beeu cannonading the batteries of Morro
Castle, La Socapa and Punta
Gorda. At lhe same lime it is
added, tlie American ships have
been engaged with Ihe Spanish
warships. The firing wns extremely heavy.
At 8:45 p. in. the cannonading
became less heavy against the
fortifications and was more tie
.'initiated in lho locality where
he Ileets were engaged,
(Morro Castle is at the en-
., ,-aneo of the harbor of Santiago;
a Scapa also shown on the
nips as La Scapa, is a short
distance inside tho harbor entrance and Punta Gorda is situated on n point well inside lhe
harbor of Santiago de Cuba,
showing Ihal lho American Heel,
has entered the harbor, according to the Havana advices via
Capo Haitien, and has engaged
the .Spanish Heel in those
waters,)
0:40 p. in. -At this hour the
Santiago cable is still working
from Santiago. Private messages intimate that there .has
been a severe tight between the
American fleet and the outer
fortifications  and  the  Spanish
Heel. Tbe light, lasted tho greater part, of lhe afternoon, The
advantage appears to have boon
with the Americans,   According
admitted that, the outside limit.
of time in which it was expected
that the vessels of the United
States and Spain must meet had
passed and that official informa*
to the latest advices the combat; tion might arrivo at any moment,
is still in progress. j either that Corvora was bottled
Persons who climbed Lookout'- "V ov 'hat llis  **|,,,t was at the
bottom of the ocean.
"I don't look first for unofficial
_^^^^^^_ information," said ho,   "for tho
they heard cannonading low but reason that tho commanding ofli-
distinct to the west and to the |cer of the United States forces
mountain at the entrance of Cape
Haitien   harbor   declared   that
north beyond Tortugas island.
The correspondent of the Associated Press, who was at the
signal station about the same
time, also heard sounds resembling a cannonading. The wind
was in tho right direction to
carry tho detonations to him. It
seems certain that the lleet the
Haitien gunboat saw passing
Caye Maysi going northward
found au opportunity of turning
has concluded that he can get
along quite as well and without
so much possibility of injurious
observation if he excludes newspaper boats, us he has done."
Tlie administration is determined thai if Cervera will not
fight, but manifests a determination to get away and return to
Spain, to follow him up and
"kill" his fleet before it can
reach its own side of the At
1 antic.
OPPOSITION CONVENTION.
WILLIAM  BAILLIE   IS  CHOSEN
AS THE STANDARD BEAEEE.
To do this might require the
.sending of coal ships along with
backward across the front of an tne United Slates fleet for some
opposing force. distance,   but  if   any  accident
11:15 p. ra.—According to a should happen to any of the
dispatch from a Spanish source Spanish vessels or the supply of
, , ,       . . ,   .       coal   should   run  out.  Admiral
14 American warships and two \Cervem wouW |wve t() ,.„„ t))0
torpedo boats wero engaged m risk of destruction, or else absinthe combat ut Santiago. A cure- j don a disabled vessel in the hope
ful Are was directed against the * of getting off with the others, or
butteries of Morro Castle until l"'.'ll,ll,s be overtaken by single
ships until  lhe whole fleet was
gobbled up.
It is calculated by naval officers thai Ihe Spanish fleet has
now aboul exhausted ils fuel and
that it cannot undertake the diffi
cull   task  of  retreating.    The
3:45 p. in., when discharges of
cannon began to be heard ut sen
oil' the port. These discharges
continued iinlil H o'eloek. then
entirely censed.
Rim the Spanish account,  'A, -mrnKammrnKmrn^mim^^mL ,-.    .
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is impossible to judge as to the .  „    r	
exael merits of the encounter.
The Harbor of Santiago.
Santiago de Cuba is situated
on the south eastern const of the
island of Cuba, and is tlie chief
town of the eastern department,
and at one time was the capital
of the whole island, This spacious nnd well defended  harbor
is for Spain's ships to try conclusions ut once while tho coal
bunkers and the food supplies
are not completely exhausted.
Thero will be no news from
Sampson or Schley until one or
both of them has tested the inclination of Admiral Cervera to
tight, Naval oflieers laugh at
the suggestion lhat if Cervera
should give the United States
is accessible to the largest ^^——^—i^—^^-^^-^^^^-^—
sels, but allows only those Iships the slip that the vessels of
vessels drawing less than four-1 Sampson's   aud   Schley's   lleet
teen feet to come alongside. The
city, which climbs a hillside lull
feet above the bay, contains
the largest cathedral on the
island, it theatre, custom house,
barracks and hospital, foundries,
tan-yards and cigar factories.
Considering tho great strategic
value of the harbor, and that an
overwhelming force of American
ships await him, C'ervora's only
hope lies in his ability to reach
Santiago do Cuba. Tho harbor
is defended by Morrow fort on
the west entrance, Sacapo fort
on the east entrance, witli the
oilier batteries situated on both
sides of lhe bay.
IS   A   DOOMED   FLEET.
Undo Sam Determined to Pot Cape
Vorde Warships.
New York, May 28,—A special
to lhe Times from Washington
says:
would be again withdrawn to
Key West to lie used as convoys
to protect the troops in moving
the army to Cuba, leaving Cervera to stay in theso waters or
to return as ho pleases.
"Admiral Sampson," said
naval officer of experience and
spirit, "is reasonably free to
move and act as he chooses. He
has the opportunity to carve a
place in our history alongside
that of Dewey. You will not
catch him coming back empty-
handed to hear the jibes of tlie
disappointed people. Explanations will be of no avail if he
does not render a good account
of himself under his i nst reel ions
to seek and destroy lhe Spaniards. If he does that explanations will never be asked for by
anybody. And I think that tomorrow will bring  the oppor
tunity for us to cheer for Samp-
Letters from  Key West arrlv- son    and    Schley   along   wilh
ing late oi' becoming public to a Dewey."
limited  extent  long afler Ihey!   In addition to the bi
dated policy of censorship adopted in regard   to   lhe   transmission   of
have reached Washington, convoy tlio in format ion that about
everything that can steam, sail reports^of naval movements by
or be towed has been forced into telegraph, it appears that the
tho service to assist Admiral navy department has decided to
Sampson and Commodore Schley dispense with the attendance of
to box up Admiral Cervera and newspaper dispatch boat
force him to givo bal tie if he has j the Hoot in Cuban water
not escaped.    Not n word of tho
Is upon
elaborate preparations, except
by way of roundabout hints, has
come from Key West, the newspaper correspondents having
been pui on Iheir honor not. lo
give Intimations of operations
that cun assist tl
slightest particular.
All the talk in Hie meeting of
the cabinet today indicated the
confidence of the administration
in the early receipt of good news
from Admiral Sampson, One
cabinet officer, who expressed
the greatest eagerness to hear
from Sampson and Schley and
who has uo doubt that the news
when it comes will be "great,"
Union Jack- Stars and Stripes.
Tlio alliance of England and
the United Slnles would bonne
of the strongest  guarantees of
the world's  p    To attack
Ibis lllliailOO would mean lo at-
ueiny ill the :'nek nt once Ihe strongest nuvy
in the world and the countries
which would furnish, an unlimited UUlllbei' of men of the besl
lighting quality, and Willi IllOX-
haustlblo economic resources lie-
hind Ihem. ll would be folly foi*
all the powers of Eui'Opo lout-
tuck the English-speaking people of the world, and a folly
which they will consider before
attempting.
A Splendid Turnout of tho Opposition
Forcei One hundred aud Seventeen Delegates Cast their Votes
W. E. Eoss Moves to Mnke the
Choice Unanimous The whole
Assemblage Joins in singing God
Save the Queen.
The largest and most success
fill political convention ever hold
in lhis district took place in the
Opera House iu this city last
Thursday evening. It was
convention of lhe Opposition
party convened for llie purpose
of nominating a candidate to contest this constituency against
the Government party at the approaching general elections.
Iiy half past eight o'clock
there must have been fully 125
delegates in the hall, representative of every part of the constituency.
Shortly before nine o'clock
Mi1. James A. Harvey look the
(.'hair, and his appearance on lhe
platform was greeted Iiy an outburst of cheers. He explained
the object: of the meeting, and
gave an outline of tho programme that laid been arranged
by the committee of the convention. He then announced that
nominations would be received.
Mr. Malcolm Mclnnes rose
and amid great applause nominated Win. Liiiillie. Ho spoke
briefly of his long acquaintance
with the nominee, and expressed
the belief that, if he received tho
confidence of the convention he
would be successful al the polls.
Mr. Walter Vanarsdalen seconded the nomination.
Mr. E. A. Elton iu a few well-
chosen words then nominated
W. Ei, Ross, whose name was
received with loud cheering.
Tho nomination was seconded
by Mr. -
There no further nominations,
and afler an interval of about 15
minutes the Chairman declared
the nominations closed, and called upon the candidates to address the meeting, the time of
each candidate being limited to
15 minutes.
Mr. Baillio on going to the
platform was accorded a round
of enthusiastic cheering. He re
viewed in brief order the record
of the Provincial Government,
and enlarged on the address
which he had issued to the
electors that afternoon, and
which is printed in another column of this paper, While he
would consider it a great honor
to be chosen as the nominee of
the convention, he was agreed
it whethes he or Mr. Ross
were the favored one, he would
do all iu his power during the
campaign to elect ihe party's
standard bearer. He concluded
by reading a letter he hud that
evening received from Mr.
Charles A. Semlin, lhe honored
leader of ihe Opposition parly.
The letter held oul. lhe linn conviction llial lhe Government
party would be defeated nt the
coming elections, nnd expressed
lhe hope Ihal Scu thorn East
Kootenay would unite solidly on
one cniuliilnte, so llial Ihere
would be no splil in lhe Opposition forces.
Mr, Ross on rising wns mosl
hoartlly received by the convention, He snid he wns fully in
accord wiih the platform of the
Opposition party, and  would do
everything I mid  to secure
the election of ihe candidate
chosen by the convention, lie
went over the ground thai had
been covered by the previous
speaker, und agreed substantially with lhe position Mr. liaillie
had assumed on the political issues of the day.   They would
fight the battle together, and he lowed had censed, Mr. Huillie
believed the cause would tri- was called on and expressed his
uinph. (Loud applanse.) He thanks for the great honor thai
had not personally sought to be hud been conferred on him. He
a candidate in this election, bul fell  no  personal   triumph over
Mi*. Eoss.   The candidates were
some of liis friends  had   urged
him to come oul, nnd lo iheir request he hnd acceded,   On resuming his sent  Mr, Ross
loudly applauded,
The Chairman then announced
that balloting would begin.
Every elector present would be
allowed to cast a vole, the only
requirement being that they
should sign the following declaration:
DECLAMATION  OK   POLITICAL   FAITH.
We, the undersigned duly registered
eleotorsof tho Electoral District ol
Kust Kootenay, Southern di vision,
liereliy pledge ourselves to use our
voles uml inlluenci' in favor of the
eitndtdate chosen by this convention
to opposo the Iimi. Col, Baker, or
uny oilier candidate who may be
nominated in the Interest nf the presenl Provinoiul Government, uiul
faithfully uiul loyally tn exert ourselves to do all Unit muy lie possible
to secure tlie defeat „l such Government I'llllll illlli ll.
Mr. Elton asked that heshould
be allowed to sny a few words.
He said he did not believe ihal
electors should be required to
sign the declaration, because
many, for business and other
reasons, would decline lo vole if
thoir names wore to be published. He thought thai all Ihal
was necessary was that a voter
should verbally stole lliul he
was opposed lo the Government,
and allow il lo go at llial. He
thought Ihal the signing of such
a declaration interfered wilh llie
riglil of the secrecy of llio ballot,
aud read a resolution setting
forth these views.
Dr. Watt agreed wiih Mr. Elton, nnil opposed the idea of any
elector al  thi' convention bein
called upon tu declare 1
tical views. ^^^^^^
After remarks by other gentlemen, the Chairman statod thnl
at. a previous meeting of lhe
electors a committee had been
ippointod to decide Ibis inuller.
i'he whole subject hnd been dis
cussed at length iu committee,
every phase of the question had
been enquired into, and Ihe com
simply two members of one
party; one of them Inul to be
wus chosen, und if lie (tho speaker)
Inul nut been chosen, he would
have heartily supported Mr.
Ross against all coiners, The
speaker felt thai a great responsibility had been east upon
him, and he hoped thai when the
time camo he would noi be found
lucking in the essential qualities
of a ropresentath f the people.
The deck's were now cleared for
action. Let Ihem close in their
ranks and victory ut ihe polls
was certain (Vociferous cheering.)
The convention then adjourned,
St. John's Ladies' Guild.
The Ladies' Guild of Si. John's
Episcopal Church mei ut Mrs.
Wallinger's residence on Wednesday Inst. Tliere were presenl
Mrs. Bleasdell, vice-president;
Miss Bailey, secretary; Mrs,
Nelson, Mrs. Ross. Mi*s. Edwards, Mrs. Levin. Miss Reid
and Miss Watson. Subscriptions of $21 were reported. It
wns decided to pui in screen
doors uud windows for the
church during tin* summer
months, ami considerable oilier
business of llie Guild was transacted. Mrs, Ross was appointed secretary during lhe absence
of Miss Bailey, who will spend
the summer vacation outside of
the dislrict. The next meeting
of lhe Guild wil! be held nl llie
Residence    of    Mr
Wendesihiy, July I
pull
ross
ut   I |
Politics in West Kootenay.
Rossland, B, ('.. Muy EE.   The
Opposition convention mei here
in* llie purpose of
i Ipposition candi-
Ibis eveilin
noiniiiuiiiig ^^^^^^^^^^
dale I'm* ihe Provincial Legisla
lure. The meeting was behind
closed doors, but il wus learned
liter it adjourned that John A.
niitteehad come lo lhe conclii-1 M«nly.  Oil  behalf of  the dole-
sion Ihal some pledge was necessary so lliul ilii1 convention
might be assured that those who
wore taking part in the proceedings were in political accord
with the party. As to the publication of the list of signers, that
was a matter which tlie committee could nol control. Newspaper men would exercise their
own judgment on that point.
The Chairman then announced
that balloting would begin, and
asked thnt the scrutineers for
each candidate take their places.
ll was a secret ballot, and was
carried on iu lhe sume milliner as
at ordinary elections. The voter
was given u biillol and retired
behind ii screen to mark ii. returning ii when marked nnd
folded iu the Chairman, wlm deposited il in lhe ballot box, lu
this manner the voting wus very
speed iiy accomplished, and shortly ufler  I I   o'eloek   llie counting
uf lhe ballots begun. During
this period, lhe audionco being
in groat good humor, started up
a number iif songs, put riot ie und
comic, lhe whole ussoniblngo
joining ill Ibe choruses.
Then came  ihe uiinount
of lhe result,   The vol
liiiillie	
gates from ihe Boundary country, offered to pay the traiispoi'-
tion nnd othor expenses of the
Rossland anil Trail delegates Lo
Grand Forks provided the convention adjourn to meet there.
'I'he offer was not accepted. The
convention adjourned to meet on
the 8th of June at Rossland.
Eich Strike of Gil I Quartz.
R. MeComb mul A. IE Fuller
are lhi' locators of the Swan
mineral claim, situate mi the
north side of Tracy Creek. A
small lead about two inches in
width was discovered that contained free gold. In following
this lend ii has widened out to
eight inches, uiul lies in contact
botween slate nud quartzite.
The owners nre running ill on
iiie lend, sucking the ore, which
is suid tu average *..ooo in gold
lo lhe Ion, Assays have run as
high :is s7,inin. h is the
iion ul ihe owners to
enough for u mil
possible.   Work
ned until   tin
mien
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as sunn a*>
be COIltill-
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Majority fur Huillie ....    IE
The announcement wus i-ocolv
ed   with  round   afler  round  of
cheers.    Mr. Ross Immediately
wenl to the platform and mude a
short  sp :h,   which  ended   up
with a motion  thai  Ihe nomiiia-
of  Mr.   liaillie be made  unanimous.
After the applause which foi-
wi
 uiin is inure fully
developed, nnd lhe present inili
cations show Hint the vein Is
gradually increasing in width.
The   uwners   are    initeli    elated
ovor llioir discovery un'
it to prove n bonanza,
ixpeci
ST. JOHN'S rlirinil.
Service will be held every Slill-
day ovonlns in St, John's Church
ul 7:80 o'clock. Sunday School
nl ;i o'clock. Strangers welcome,
I'lilisin TKKIAN CHURCH.
Service iii connection with the
Presbyterian Church will beheld
on Sunday in the Opera House
at 7:80 p. in.   All welcome.
Sabbath    School    and   Bible Certificate of Imi 1'n'*|
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to apply Hi llu-Mlnlim" inlet
rat.* "I linproveinentii for lh
inhilninu'rownt.riintofihei
Anil [iirllii'rliikeliiillee Ilul
-.Tll IT. musi l'.'.'"...ni''	
n (such L'orlllleuie ul Imi
Dliled tills Kourlcenlhilliy
I*
l-v. -.i.i.iii   iiii'I   Muiiiiijci'
Minimi Compiiny.
of Kasl
II,,,,, Miner
Sl,','lr Mi,line il
irl i
Where I led    On Slllll*
'|i,U,   ,:,,!!,■,   tlllll 'III" Sulil.
ini. t-ompuns    I'""  Miner's
KIK. inien.l nlxl*
tnnpiil! lolheMinlll   ll ""
„l|„,p,'"U'„."..l- f"Ml." ..'..*!'
n Crown I Irani of iho uh
Auilturthi : ink, ii""'' th|
section HI ii, - mniel
.,,, fstirl   ertil    lo ul Irani
I'm ,| this I II Inlay,if M:,\|
l'n
Mi,,!":" ■ mpnny
'
In" ml. sis
p.'. to the M ■ l.-rfoi
Im]
Cn ■ int ol
A:. :  :
.... iion ill
unci   '
', -
Date -
NOTICE,
Wiil-iiiv-liuiii   liiitley   Kcrln
Mineral I litlms     uate in lln
Iir Division "I i'i,-. 1.
Where   located:   .'u   1'yrail
Mary"- l:.'.'
Steele.
Tllil"  ice Hull  1. A. S. Kll
lh,- Pyramld-Kooti nay   Miniii
iK.iri'ie.i.   Kl  Miner's Cerl
Intend, sixty .inv- fi i tlindn
lily l" ih" Miniiiv' lleeonler lm
Inipi'ov. ments. tin llie iiiirp,,-
Crown Orant of the ahnvecluli
Ami lurthcr lake notiee ll.
section .11. n.usl i"' commenced
nin*" "I such .'. riitli.it,'.,f (mil
-
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t stfi
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Rt i kv Mountain Avenue
H ■■:■:■•
Hi Int the Lake \    a h   iso iti >w;,n-.- ;i
I.. H. VAXDKCAR,
Swansea, >!:-.'. :•   •- 2l-2fi
uctlon, umler
Ibofore ilu- Issu-
Dvomenls.
       IA11111.1.. I	
DnU'd thlH 30th duynf BeiitenjlitT, I8W7. -1 -1 f     plying to the Gold Commissi tti    f this district
forn renewal nf my license m sell liquor hy remit at the Dalgardno Hotel, Fort Steele.
k
i".i Kootonny liivor f*romZ|    Albert J. Gvez
'I'll E    -I. :  ■ El      i H A R B E R
E      la.v.   ''limit April: ■
.Ml pussllil" lufiiriullllnn .ill I'.- furnished l.y tlu- Assneiiuion, upon iiiiplleatfon us
Willi Ilaillie. Si.',. Korl   Steele, li. 0
S-:'8-o.ie'-*«k>i!-sj:ii!
DR.    HUGH    WATT.
■;:.,.,.   1" II.   \.   ||,
,,l i|,.i. hi , ",... .i.l'lri".'- llu' "i.Mii'i'iii.'",' £.
,,,   I'l:.' [''ui'l Si.'.E" M.'tviinlili* X
w.'iieilon Cnmps
»'•• Noxt Door to Inttriational Hotel.|CAM1'8' waudnkh to movie ,*,lV na
ST. KDOKNE    OKI I ,sr...
POUT STICKLE, II. C,
....       RESXDEKTCE,       Fuel SI ml e   11   C
A largo exporieucQ in leading '*"" "'cue. J*, o.
IE r
«
J biu'boT shops of Aiiioi'iciiu cities
3j iimi Eoreifrn countries.
'■V
J.
IVEft TRANSPORTATION CO.
THOMAS   McVITTIE.
P.L.S. ct- C.E.
Fort Steelo B.C.
■
l'KKI.1.
IN v
MOYIE OITY. EAST KOOTEIIAY. B.C.
Nfi
The above Hotel lias been  re-
"*"' i*.'inly erected, and neatly lot-
nisbed throughout,
Cosy and Comfortable Rooms
TRACY, It. C.
Excellent   accommodation    lor
Man and Beast,     The Bar
is well supplied with the
Finest Brands of Liquors:""' Cigars
AKE   MONEY.
^HioNS'Th",l';"7"!'l:'i"'! "l,h *° BEST
brands of Liquors und ( igurs.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR  MINING  MEN.
Fori Steele
UY     I OTS
L(
IN
OYIE riTY
G1
N0TICE* I*. c- .1
Nollee is hereby itlven that I Intenil to ap-   lilllISC,   M.H11   IllUl
mental Painters
R. II. MATHER
60,
STAGE LINE,
ID, W. WOODBURY, MANAGER,
Orna-| -^»...^
Port Steelo Mnj I I8W
:1'|_.„l   Paper  Hanging  and Decorating
^^^^^^^^^^^^   hOtice. Leave orders at
nn ilroup Mill-1      N,„j,.,. is hereby niv,*n thnl 30 days niter
I'l'iiiili'iiie Ni''l,intonnlendnpiilylniitoIheGolclConinii»«lon-        ROBSON   &   h'OIX
Ill.VH friiln ill,' .lul" I'.'l*1*"''Et.,f t'oi'l SU'.'l,'lli-lrirl for ;.
leeiiM' ■ -.'11
for ;. Cerllll- j Hquor by retnil on the premises known us tin*
imil '* "' "''-1 Hull llen.l Hotel, sltunteil nt Hull ll.'ii.l Prnlrlo
»o elnlm. on the II f tho Crow's Nest Rnllwny In tho
i neilon. ini.l.'i-; sniil disiriei
l„,f,,l*,' III" Is:
f May IKII8,
I'. ...IHAN.
  __   CUT   IN   TWO.
liMAIl STF.NST.il IM. BT
lull lli'ii.l I'rniri.'. II, C, April SOtll 18(18. I--*.".' 	
 j    Hereafter Hip tnibscriptUin rates to
NOTICE. The Vancouver Daily nml Selni-Weekly
Notice Is hereby itlven thul 30 duys after | World will be as follows:
lute nn nppllentton wlll be mude to the Gold
iommisslouer to trnnsfcr the lieense held by
the iindersnrned for my residence i.i Crow's
NOTICEj
H,|it,' in the Fori  \}Cst umllnii to John M"ii
Knol.'iii.y Hi-        onted lhis 5th dny of Muy. IWW.
20-31                            i;..i.i:\* MUTT
Illilli.  	
an ilroup U^
(■crtlllcnte   S" _^
.»l*,f!.   A:
NOTICE.
Shyloi*
-.,.    ■*
Iri.'t
When
Take nol
HI
■ ■
■
,   :'
...
anei   *
v
i.l» lu the Korl  District, contnlnlnf' four nnd n hull ueres, more
■ -'.iv i'i- nuetlon at the Govcrn-
imcl  ;"  l,!'  "'** '     :i SATURDAY       ,.,,,.„ m-imninnnit u onti
IhUAYOl-'JCNEnttenocloeklntlie      JAMES HKJHWARDEK & SON
'   "
Terms, len pel eent. to be paid ai time of
". tlay-.
ill the Governmenl Office,
lice "i iiiv Chief Corn-
it  •„. Victoria.
.: '     .". iluy l-i«.
,1   f ARMSTRONG,
1 lovernmenl Aitent.
Lnlid  Piiri'l,
NOTICE
'I.
npp
i:
t'oinil	
„ ■. .
II.":...'
lln ...
thoni'ii ("ll
down   ireill ll" I'ln''
,',,i,..' il '
11,11.'.Ill:
NOTII i ,|
\*,,M. v      In n,l
■laysI rdnl.  I Intel
Hi '   i    :   :
...     .    ■ .,   It   '    fm   pern
||„.   li,III,win-    111    '     11
till"   111   .'
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., polnl known n  I
Mi..."    ipplleii
chnlti  ■• " ''   '*
Clllilll     WM '1	
ofboKlnn
\  W  l|
i.,„ a..,' Murch imh, i-i".
fAb&i *;--^S
Hi.-*.*..«rr—■/-....    ..'
:;   undet
eforeth.
eve] ent-
*  I'  I!' ', IS
Auction Sale
( if
LAND ADJOINING MUYIE CITY
Dally edition by mail, per antrum. ■?', oo
lln.     f.'l  six llll.lltllS..,^	
II...   per nu.iilli |.,..      Ml
Tl." Herat-Weekly edition, mi
pcriinnuni , |.... fl 00
Hn.   foi'slxiiiont.is...
Advance payments hiHsi.Nl upon in
every instance.
The foreign postage illul is in nil
countries cmtsitU- of Camula. Xowfotind*
land und llie United Stai is) will lu*
old.-.I I., ilio subscription rn
I-,* Sitmplo copies suppliejil on application.
.\d.lr.*^      J	
 'THE W6RLD
L-TIl   EAST KOOTENAY. J. C. McLAGAN.     Vancouver, B. C.
lion ol  Lol ■.*-.'::  Group I. Kootenay | Mmiftger,
NOTICE.
Tui..'  i.otiii.   thai   I  have today ap-
'    li-d  T.  T.   Mi-Vittic iigcnl Inr llio
■ ■ '   Tiiwnsiti. in place nf C. I*'.
iiistii.
',.■ I'',-in'-- in con-
■ Hi tlio 'I ".mi ii. iii'o directed
iim-H UiT.'l'. MnVltlli!
It.-..  Ill   Ul"  n.lltll   ''""' '"  ;      '' "' '"  :"''',,ll
Ul     ■  .   Hllil]  In lliill.
It, I.. T. IIAI.I1HAITII.
IER BARBF
Everything Strictly Pi
Next door lo ll,,- Pros,
ll '   ■      \ptll 'III,.  I-'.".       Illllll
B. P. COOK.
Livery, Peed  and  Sale Stable.
Port Stoolo, li. ('
'I'KAMINt; nl*' Al.l. KIN!
QUINL
*. i:  i.
\  .'
CKNKI'AI,    Iti,.M'I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 AMI
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING! WIIKKI.WKM;
mi.*    .i  ,.,„,i,:,,,,,:., lIoi'KO-slioeillg A Sj
III-nivi   '
:       ■   nl,
nl   I'' " ■
 .1,   III
-"iiiiii"".
11,1   \ (lllil.1,
PARLOUS, RIVUnSIDE AVENUE.
Furl, Sli'i'le, H. IE
I.. COI IIN
I All OK
ANU IMI'i.li'TI'.l,' nl*'
WAMI.ll
A   iiiiiii   l>>   |''.i   in ;i
li....!'    Kiutlory     ni
I I.it ul in.In.*.'lil.'ills wil
In ;i capilblo nml i
iiiiiii.
FINE WOOLLENS       Crow'sNcsl Land nml
L'.irE.v Mountain Avonuo
Development
5RS.
On und aftor August 27th, 18H7, weekly
stages will leavo Port Steele nn Friday mornings at 7 o'clock.   Returning    louvo   Kalispoll
Tuesday mornings ut
7 o'elook.
Kalispell and Fort Steele offices
at the stores of
H. E. KING &.CO.
FORT STEELE
AHD
MOVIE LAKE
STAGE   LINE.
A bi-weekly stugo will Icjivu Steele
everv Tuexliiv umi I'riilav al
7:80 A il
Commenulng Friday. July liith, for
Crunbrook, Sifton. ami Moyie City,
Returnlnjr   will   leave   Moyle  on
Weiliiesduys uml Saturtluys at
8:80 P \T
Renclting Steele iho duy following
ut noiiii.
Tickets may lie procured fnun ('. M.
Keep, Safe Doposil Co., Steele, und
uml nl llio Hotol, MoyteClty.
AND
1/iiyiBERLY.
/'. /...'-'. it* (/. /•:
Port Steeh B.CE
VV. K- Kl'SS. I!. \V. III.lit HMKlt
ROSS& HERCHMER.
Barristers    -     -    Solicitors-
NOTARIES I'URI-IC
CONVEYANCERS. • .
Furl  Steele.   II.   C
T.   EDE.
Customs and Mining Broker
CONVEYANCER.
Mhiiug Properties Untight tnul Suid.
DAYID G0LDBURG
KALISPELL, MONTANA,
Wholesale dealer in Confection-
cry, Fruit, Nuts, &c, &c.
Cigars & Tobacco.
upo. .*•'. Mcunrter. .1, A. Htu'vey
HARVEY & McCARTER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public-
Cniii-iiiniie, rs ile.
FOKT STBELK, 11. i*.
COLLECTIONS     PROMPTLY     MADE.
Johnson & Robinson
MINING    BROKERS.
Pout Steele, U. CE
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
I CURE CATARRH.
Catarrh makes lifo miserable lo
many people. Scarcely u person is
win,lly free from il Catarrh arises
from a combination of gasses formed in
llie human system. I have medicine
tliat will cure you permanently in two
weeks,
TAI YKI*',. Tho Druggist.
Fori Stoolo. II. C,
THE PIONEER TIN SHOP.
Personal  attonlion paid to  nl
>  CUfip Eiuils ol .Inii work,
sl Class, i Sheet Iron Stoves made to order,
Hot Air Drums a Specialty.
D. L. BETTCHEN
w The Jeweller *{i
WATCHES REPAIRED unil SATISFACTION
OUARANTEE1).
CHAS.   ESTMERE.
Civil Engineer
and Draughtsman.
Mining Maps nf Fui't Steele  Districl
for sale.
OFFICE WITH* M, A. iiEALE.
D, M, McMillan,
Mining Propositions,
Mining Shares,
Farm Lands iind
Real Estate.
CORRESPONDENCE  SOLICITED.
D. M. McMillan, Brandon, Man.
'E.irr Steele,
-    I!.   ('
HH THE HH
EXCHANGE : SAI'EDEIOSITCO.
Transacts it general collecting tnul ux-
cbangu lumiii iss.
lector.
DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS AND*
.,..,..,,   I ACCOUNTS CASHED.
i), I   hi I |l .1 .iJIIAInIa, J    |)mfi8 iBHUodpayalilo In Canuda nnd
the United siuio...
Porl Sioi'li'. B.C,
T. C. ARMSTRONG.
H.llTI'Kll.
V A N,
SMITH,
oilillV.
Fort Steele Wood Yard.
WOOD
Pni'iiisliod Promptly,nil lonji'tlis.
/..,..*. Orders Willi (litiiin il* Lintlsitii,...
,.*;//. Hi, Wot,, Iklirrry Mui.
C. J' CR0PT, Proprietor.
FOR   SAIwE
i in,* lltili   W. Ellin..
. Inr .'.. I,. U
uni' uiN
. i.'..' i. In -I
Sash nml
Swansea.
lu'iii'i'i'i'i'il
sponsiblo
Company,
MV ARC I,AMI'S
Switch board, with all necessary
instruments,
Tin* iiiini',' dynamos in*.'  in  iiei'TccI
...tlilitiiill,   unil   ill.'   .,11,'I'.'il   It,I' sill.* on
iii'i'iiiini i,I .ho i nn.|,iiiii having oliiui^-
o.l llioir M'-li'in If lii'i'il lo lllle.'.lilting current, 1'ur [urthci' |.iii'tlculai's
apply tu
Kootenay Electric Co., Ltd., Kaslo, j
General Blacksmith,
Riiieu Hotel
HORSESHOEING, Bull Head Prairie,    -   B. C.
AND JOBBING. 	
Mining   Worli   a   Specialty.     Accommodation for Travellers
p  BOESEN,
CONTRACTOK
am. iit'ii.DKi;.
'I'll., lm.* supplied   wilh   n   lim1
stool; i.l' Wini's. Liquors and
Cigars
Thomas   W.   Uilley
PROPRIETOn.
I.'url Slci'lo,
B. (E
'  ,i. Lamont
Contractor ami Builder
Fort Steele, P. C.
READ.
FURS****
The Providenoo Fnr Company,
I'l.i< I'.i.ut     II, I      Willi.■   Mil    ..lllll'.    i.l     Kll*
Kill"., SIllllH. UlllM'IIK, Sl'lll'l'll, El''     I"'    I'l'li''-
i|in,ii'ii tor iii.xi   ..iy ilnys urn ..■. inif.i.vs'
Sllvur l'V« lilt ihi n, mmi m
llllll*       I"      ".■ KI
I llll'l'          I INI 0,       IMM
ll,'.,.,'.•     illlli lu :i;,.. ll
Mn i-i in  ■: "'. t" u im
Wnli           I hi l" :; uii
Knl l'l'\  I hi i.i i: .hi
Mini.  TS I,. ■: hi
slnniii   •;.*' n, i hi
rimy Pox  m to v.,
i,*..i  sow ■;,
;■ • I'rli'o l.i'.i nn nil oilior ftirn nnil slilns oi
.,|,; I;     full prlCMKUUllllltCtll,    li.l.'iu.
si'li't'lliill.   '1ROUH   II, illlli,'I,I   1111,1   illlllli'iliilli
i3-m THE PROSPECTOR, 1'OKT STEELE, IE CE, JUNE I, 18!
(ftlje $t£00pcct0v
SATURDAY,.1UNK-I, 18118,
"   * li  HATES,
I.-,■„,„ Ft, ■•'■■< in Duy    ' i'lltl
Kullhimll E 11,7.1      l*.50
-.,..,'-.,,    Li-        -8U
Hi'illlle     l.:«        ■'■'"
Vii'ti.i'in  I-11-.1
Vnni'iiiivei*  ''■'■•
i l.l*i
Mnnliiini iiiiiiiiii  , \ ■_■;,
iiU;,;;:::;r::::::::: S   Sjro t///s   electors   of south
c^ZZZZZZZZZZZZA S    ./'*        BAST   KOOTBN/iy.' |
tlol'lu'i  ,'!::!      I'" TI,Q   fnllmminn   arlrii'ASR   In   tllfi   electors   W3S   !SS>li-3(! bV Will.   W
McLcoil	
The following address to the electors was, issued byWm. M
Baillie on the eveniny ut iiie Convention:
Gentlemen: ISelwyn's official report   to tin
„   , Dominion    Government,    eacl
At the roquosl ol n large mini
ber of i
i-oquosi ran nigu n. „■ mih, ()f thig |iuul contaills
■leeiurs friendly to the y y-2 00Q ((||ls  oI (.(m|     This
■nuse of good government in ibis
Province, 1 havo consented lo be
KEEPING AN EVE ON ENGLAND
Spain   in   Eoiii*   of   Invasion  From
That Quarter,
Madrid, May 20,- Thore is little comment on the fact that M.
Schevilch, tbe Russian ambassador lo Spain, wns the lirsl member of tho diplomatic corps to
call upon and confer with Duke
Almodovar do Rio, minister of
foreign affairs, after he tool?
olliee yesterday. The approaching visit of Mr. George ,1. Gos-
ebeii, first lord of the Hrilish admiralty, to Gibraltar, has created
a stir. Tbe newspapers urge
the government to construct batteries on the heights dominatingI which I think ought to be pur
Gibraltar, but it is asserted sued iu this Province,
semi-offlcialiy that the govern-;     Lands for Monopolists
is   llienlei
ce, IliavGconsonieaiooe m.n. .„  K|1S, .„„, w„sl
;>  '-mdiclato at the Opposllion Koot^uiy htts t0 depond (m this
Convention lo lie  held   in ibe
Opera Bouse this evening, .lime
LEl.l.
Some time ago, through bis
election agent here, I invited
Hon, Col, linker to a public discussion ni Port Steele of tho
political questions of the dny as
they affect the province in general and lhis constituency in
particular. Col. linker bus not
yel arrived here, su that it hns
been impossible thai this discussion could lake place before the
holding of this Convention.
I therefore Hike this method of
briefly stating the grounds on
coal for smelling purposi
Col. linker, through bis influence in the Legislature, obtained
nl practically no cost to himself
a charter for tbe British Columbiii Southern Railway.
The Government of which he
is a member gave him all the
above Crow's Nest coal binds in
connection with the railway
charter.
Col. linker sold this charter to
the Cunadian Pacific Railway for
S'-ii,nii(i. or some such amount,
and the charge against him is
that he and a number of liis
.   • , , .... .friends,  though   they sold   the
which I oppose the present Gov- ^        (,|inrtei*, they  retained
eminent, and the public policy
that empire of  conl lands  for
themselves.
Tims,  what the Government
Railroad contractors and miners supplies
|   GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRYG00D3, SHOES, BLANKETS, MACKINAWS AND FURNISHING GOODS.
yiK
Flour, Potatoes, Timothy Hay, Oats |
Cedar Shingles, Sash and Doors
gave to build a railway has been j M
max   will .ml  commit an  un-l   (1).   During a period of years I diverted by'Col Baker and his ||
' nillvne, against England so; pnst the Go4nU hns '-<'^'^™;ll n,„, ,J
long i  lh„e is no proof of ^K^sSn^
Anglo-American alliance. II, i ., ,s gIn tWs distl.ic., tt\one for 100 years, and to create 100 W
however, sueh nu alliance should 'ive.sixths of the available agri- multi-milliouaires, lhose eon \D
become an accepted fact tho gov- cultural land bus been given lands should ^yerema" 'od fm m
ertimo ^ ^-^
•*»<*   -TJ  !° T'° totStotSrtthiSiS Kiv-n i- - few scheming indi- I
country against the dangersol Knotenav  i;*,Vers at Canal viduals to make thorn and their M
invasion. Flat, ns crazy n scheme ns wns, posterity wealthy conl  barons,} M
Senor Segasla has admitted, in ever hatched outside of a lunatic practically:ort u um e.               iv.
- - —' 'Vi6W'thaiSgavS^r?S
acres of the best  lands iu the lands, and il   he Government is
WHOLESALE
Liquors Tobacco
Cigars
i
j
I
Ihere   lire   SO1110   difference!
tween Senor Pulgcorver, minis
ter of   Ilnauce, and   Senor (E.    , ... ,,  .,	
kuuo, minister of public works Railway as a grant for the build- ot being successful, will hemado|
,s' -alloy      The   second  subsidy defeated at   the elections,   an\m
-*■ vent to  the  Canadian   Pacific effort, which has a good chance M
  :. „ -   ,*- -ta Railway as a grant for lhe build- ol being success in. w.l   H;n.m o ,h
and   nstruction, and character- ingof arai^ay from Nelson to to have   hese lands letmned to |
iy„s them   as  scholastic differ- Robson in West Kootenay. _This| «« people.                                  fh
'     . fn, timB J was a most shameful pillaging ot       Government Officials      |IW
euces which  m peaceful times A   lnnds of East Kootenay. 1
might lend tii the impossibility
of working together, but not at
the presenl time.
...    vi, •■*   ...   , The officials throughout   tb'',.,-,
(he Yukon Railway |iength and breath oE fhis Prov- I
The Government voted at theiinco have been chosen wholly, \w
British Columbia.
last session to give 81,(it.   '00 of 0r almost -wholly, from one class, [■&3^:ss3SKSSS2SiSS2^
••At this period oi storm nml the people's money to stiusidise . tho pampered favorite's of the te=s^:-r->^rr---;r:--r'r.-,/;,^-r.,.-.-^,r--.---,-
stress,"continued Senor Sagasta, Mackenzie  &  Mann's   Railway Government,    h is time that ibe
"both are too patriotic to allow into the   Yukon.    The  Yukon common people of Canada,  as
a variance of views on economic gold fields are not in Ilritish Co- distinguished   from  dudes  and
'"'"                     ..         ,„,,,',.; liimbinnt nil, so llinl  sl.lilin.lliiii *                                                "
questions to interfere with then (,. |h(i ^       u iutaxesby
work I'm*  Spain,    fherefore, 1 l)le pe0pi0 0f llrilish Columbia
am convinced that harmony will is being spent to boom n rival
prevail."
In reply to a question respect- some merchants nt Victoria and
, ,     ,'      ,     q„„„„  Vancouver will make nionev out
mg the prospectsof peaco.&enoi rf ^   T       m ^ ^
Sagasta said:   '-Such a question money to keep „,, .,  Klondyke
can be better answered in Amer- Iboora, which everybody knows
iO.OOO other society bric-a-brac, should
have somo of the plums of our
public offices.
„ , The People's Platform
lining camp, and all  because *
T believe thai tho public policy
of this Province should be
directed in manner iis follows:
ica than here, America is the
aggressor. Spain is only maintaining lhe right of national existence which she will continue
to lhe last."
Tho Spanish Squadron,
Genera's lleet has one advantage in tho harbor of Santiago
ile Cuba. While il will lie hard
for him to come out, il will be
equally hard fur ibe American
lleet to go in and capture llie
Spanish squadron, The harbor
lies behind lofty cliffs, and lho
entrance is through a clofl in
this rocky seawall. The reason
which inipollod Corvern to place
his ships  ill   Ibis mil tic-sue mtisl
have been urgent, It is probable be IlllS been  disappointed in
is diverting capital and the lifi
blood out of the Easl Kootenay
and other British Columbia mining camps. But for this Klondyke boom, the Port Steele Ilistrict wnuld bo humming with
activity, and yel the Government is spending 81,600,000 of
the pooplo's money lo keep this
Klondyko boom going.
Chinese Labor
The Government for tunny
years bus been the persistent
opponent of every form of restriction of Chinese immigration.
Col. linker has recorded bis
vote in favor of Chinese labor al
every session of Ihe Legislature
for Ibe Insl leii years, lie has
1'cslstod iii be lasl every effort
llial bus been made to stop
Chinese Immigration. The only
inference  is  lhis,   llinl   be is al
CARLIN & DURICK
GEORGE GEARY.
GENERAL
Fort
Steele,
xst
'••/'...'••-
■ srs.  ,.;,
zff
vv-'..    *,,
mr-
(1.) The adoption of n policy
directed towards ultimate ownership of railways by the Government.
(2.) That public lands be reserved for actual settlement, nnd
that such legislation be enacted
ns will prevent the holding of
largo tracts by speculators and L  ,     .       ,.    ,, *rEJI"lfAlt1 CfOA
colSl,any ,,„„,;„,„!, [Sole Agents for the [)^\\]jj\\ ^jfj- COimNY
(8.) Thnt when a grunt of land
.'j.ffiVv    'i
MERCHANTS
East
Kootenay.
Livery, ffifid & Sale Stable.
Port Steelo B.C,
SADIU.K ,v PACK IIOHSKS.
IKA.MING III All. KIVli^ 1 SPIXIAI.rY
uf ihe (lovoriimoiit in defence of
lhe Chinese, sn'nl recently in the
Legislature:
"I have hnd men from Ontario
on my ranch, and  1 g
>1  them
very cheap, but tho besl
mnn   1
over had on my ranch
wns   li
('hinninnn. wlm worked
for SI5
per llllllllll, "
lhe beck nml cull nf  the   moiiop-
linding a base of supplies on this L\\s\s w|,„ m-olll by cheap labor,
sido of the Atlantic, and that his Hon. G, 13. Martin, a member
diminishing supply of eoal may
have driven him into Santiago.
As it is, it look's ns if the Spanish Heel was doomed; il cannot
Hghi nor can it got away, and if
it were possible for Cervera to
get out under cover of night, il
would soon be brought to bay by
H„, Plying Squadron, under
Schley, whose lighting strength
is equal   to  thu  Spanish, nnd
Whose  spued   is   llllicll   gl'OlllOl',
The comparison of speed shows
lhe American Heel to bo 20.1
knots in Ifli for lho Spanish,
l,enco ii is Improbable that thoy
can escape. Naval authorities
await with keen interesl the oul*
con f the Impending battle, ns
il will ho, in some measure, a
tesi of modern types of naval
construction, It will be two
large, swift and powerful Ileets,
well equipped with modern guns,
and will influence, and may govern, the naval construction of
tbe future.
is made in aid of railways and Tlus Sl'EEL is guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or Firths iu all
other public undertakings, tlie]      Hard Rock *Wouk.
Grows Nest Goal *»«,
s„„v te„s (-jam powder Gompanu.
Mining Supplies a Specialty.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN.
When going East this line affords excellent accommodation  for the traveller.     Splendid Dining Car
service, Palace Sleeping Cars, through
Tourist Car Service,
Lake steamers leave Fk William, om
Crow's Nest Coal Lands Deal
There nre I l-l squai'o miles of
conl lands in lho Crow's Nosl
country,     Accordiii-tr   io   Prof,
Government retain an equivalent
interest in such undertakings by I Sole Agents
way of emit roi of freight rates
or otherwise.
(4.) That the status of existing
grants of laud bo thoroughly investigated with n view to compelling the opening n|> of the
same lo settloinent where the
conditions upon which such
grants have been mado have nol
been complied with,
I ."i.l Thai the system of transfer and registration of land bo
simplified and mado less expensive while securing absolute validity of title.
(ii.) The discouragemenl by all
constitutional methods of tho immigration nnd employment of
Oriental laborers, and the amendment in accordance therewith of
tho Coal Mines' Regulation Act.
I,".| The abolition of lho pros
eni cortipl practice of minimis
trilling tho public road money
in lhe iiileresls nl' ibe government supporters,
(s.) The hoiiosl ii anagomonl
of provincial assets in t lie hitor
est ui lhe public.
JOHN WEIGHT WAN
I.IYEY.
FEE 11. ANU
SALF STAPLES.
Kalispel .Mont.
Parties to nn.l from Fort Steele
will find tlmt this Is tlie best place lo
leuve their stock, nml obtain convey.
GRASSIOK   &  DEMFSEY.
contractors
.AND
BUILDERS.
Port   Steele  li.C.
Thoro aro of courso many olhor matters dosorving attention,
bill lhe abovo, (i en I In nmi. nre iii brie! the views which I Iiiiiii, and
the reason I am now seokins your suffragos Is that I seek to gol
inlo n position whom I will be enabled lo advance those views in
lhe strongest possible manner and with tho fullest efl'ocl.
If yon Imve coiilldonco Iii m.v trustworthiness and ability to
stand for your rights and privileges, and for lho goneral interests
of tin* people, I in -ii I shall be gi'iitiliod to have your loyal support.
Yoill'S respeelfullv.
Wm. Baillie.
IE S. In a few days, or as soon ns Hon. Col. linker arrives
here, l shall arrange a series of publio meetings, to whicli Mr.
Baker and also Hon. Mr. Turner, leader of the Governmenl (who
is expected here presently) will be invited,     WM, BAILLIE,
Allierin      [or (iwen Sound ovory Tuesday
Athabasca   "      " "        "    Thursday
Manitoba    "      " "        "    Sunday
FOR INFORMATION AND FULL PARTICULARS IAPPLY TO
C. B, WELLS, Agent, Oold  It. 0
ROBERT KKI'li, Tralllc Manager, Winnipeg, Mn
Fort Steele Meat Company.
Fresh and Salt Meals always
on hand.
Robuon 6e Rodders, Prop's.
Riverside Avenue,     -      -     Fort Steele, B. C.
SMITH &, LINDSAY,
Tobacco Plains,
Highest Price
Paid for
Furs.
Montana.
A i'i
WW
te, SPRAGUE
Fruit    ' Confectionery
ip    Notions of all kinds.
CIGARS and TOBACCO.      jjjjj
Kalispell Hospital
KALISPELL, MONTANA,
Mt'ii, .liiin.'H i Ionian  i
'     .1. II. Ilii'lv-rs   ■     DlHEOTOKB,
'*    VV   A, i .nini.l \
Mi,*s. IE K. Wkihikh, Managor,
I'liti.'iin- from  Korl  Steele, mul the
mines, will lie i-ooelvod ut reasonable
i,■mi'..   Km rates applj lot
Mrs. E. R. Webber, Manager.
KALISPELL,  MONTANA. THK PROSPECTOR, PORT HTEKLE, B, C, JUNE 4 LTOE
Nil-'    l--|'(KPl(   rOU shown and made   mown  by the natura   resources oi  tho Prov- An Extraordinary Oaao. ^'nnnnm'* 'tin*Mf«mm!TTT?»!TnnntiTT'fiTiinnniinnmTnnnn'TniTnTTTinmm,|i:
iiii.    ii.ii*iii,t,i(iii, ,..,,., , tcmnnniiiiiii'.-.rTTnrfnifitnmTtTmTimriTTiitrnnmTmTnttiTmfnniTnniTiTnTiiraa
 —-— Fact  Un.i   Uie |n*i'si'..i  tiovern-  on;: n does nol ignore the fnei      An exti'ttordinary case occur- |t- 4a
the frospector, is published monl   lias ii   "barrel"  ready to thai tho most  sagacious policy rod in Ncls n Friday lusl.    A ||YKT()1'\IA  METALLURGICAL WORKS M
evcrj satuijuy, unu linn u eiinriintcc.i L.jen   The fund is large, ami we may fail  in results by exiravn painter,     known    as    (leorire EE '        '
circulation lurgcr tl.un an> oilier pupcr ' ' rt AND   A (,'(' A \/  r-il'ETPP
in i:nst Koottnny. it is uii home I'riiitci trust that the Leader will  be re-Lgance or incompetency in eurrj Cooper,  dietl  in Teetnel's (lru*ar!Et        0JP^m—^- /\,"),"i/\ 1   Url'lUli.
and contains double the news of an* lueml}ere,]   when    he apportion-   illg it out, Illld   il   considers  .Iki. store   il.uii'l-   ..in--.   I.ei'llliar   ('il'    EE
other pnperlit the district. ..,,,, tc A*^  cnpT  CTPFPT     \/ir-"rriDlA     P   r
As nn advertising incdinm it is an- ments ei iiiiec arrives.    1 iii*: the pi'osont bovornmoin is open cuinslances,   Tin'  ..nm was ob   |r|        ..   .   : s i r\ c. c i .   vii^iukim, a. i^.
"Mlleil. l'ljiisi'i.'i-nii,*  ,1,-ii.- in*    '"-■<   •'*"          ^^^^^
Pevet.'il ui the upbuilding 01 Fori Steele, the
development of the vast uiluernl resources "i
lhe Kust Kootenuy mining illsti'let.
cuinsiances,   The  i , was ob   || ^'J ^UKI   STREET.   VICTORIA, B.C.
Phospkctok (lushes an honesl  to the strongest com] nilio  served  by t'ouslablu Thompson |(e       "• »■ "' COWELL, B. A., F. (i. S., MINING ENGINEER.
gover in without n barrel ni* bull, those respects. wandering aboul lown, uml om   If sole proprietor and manacer.
tnehineul  ami   a member  from     With united and enorgotic sic   (lenity   snireriug   li iiy.    The||| ,:"1*" ;^SAY, *'*""'     GOLD ANI) SllWKR, $1 r,0,
this constituency that will retire-  . inn ra.  .1." "•"■'  "
£he Inspector
tnchtneut ami   a member  from I    Wilh united ami enorgotic sic   deutly   snlTeriug   liooi.lv.    Tl
utrtsotthi sent the district at large and not are in sympalhy wiih lite views was wrong, tvhereiipon Cm i
mhlleiitliinin n.'ii'i   rm,l „   ,\„r, ..'...*.i.   ,, who cimld 111)1 speilk, opened lli
iiiiiiiiii, revealing ii ...uoh swollen jc£
iail.li assay. $|.oo,     la.l.i. AND SILVER, *l no,
 ^^__„              „,       — SILVER, $1.00,          SILVER AND LEAD, $1,50,
                                                               -^                                "'""   EE LEAD. $1.1111.                        SILVER AMI CUI'I'KH, $.*l.
Contribntionsnresoiicitcdfromniipurtsofthe s^ "ie district at large and not ate in sympathy wit views was wrong, whor «... Cooper, || other ,metals on a jcation,
district, but ail mutter intended lor puwicntion U part, and ti ilfsiro io promote of the Opposition, llie Coniniiilt'o wlii. ouiilil not spunk, opened his EE
must bme the writer's si-ware,       the interests of iho I'orl Steele has no four of thu result,              mouth, revealing a much swollen Pi MILL  TESTS:
 '  dislrict.   Col. Baker stands fo.                      r   A. Hbmi.is.        and bleudiug tongi.n,   Tho ou,,   U ^l10 ?.f,iV,,11,, ^f*"1 .,,ISi,L^.a^?I^ty °' ^ T°nS ^ dBy-
EE I I." l hlnriiiiiliiiii I'hii.I 2 Tons a (lav.
Chairman.     stable     look      .In*      «"i *'fct
Cranbrook ami Col. Baker, ami
his record bears oui  this stati
SATURDAY, JT.\'H4, 18118.
JEDDAH WON'   KNl.l.lsll   DEKBV
Ihe
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OPPOSITION    PLATFORM.
THE i-i'l" >/,' ION t -tiNYE.Vl"lm\ 	
The convention Of the Opposi The Basis on Which the  Part}   \,
,-, iiv'iily lo the Electorate. 	
in.n               n'  Suiiil..'ia.  Kusi ^^^^^mm^^^^^mmmmmuu%
Kootenay, which took  place  in n"'  Executive Committee ol  slakes, the classic Derby nf(S,in,() a few minutes afterwards C'oopei
^^^^^^^^ 'he (liniiisiti.il.  i.ii-i.' I,«t
  |llo iilijo.'l nl    oollil.t;   hill. s...no    fc|
iiuu.h,'.i i" oif Shot A      Iti o ihtii" in relieve his pain, anil as|||
Eighteon Orach fouugatcri I ho case was  found I
Kpsuu     '*'" **'■■"■'    M:n *   ■ one, ho haslunuil for medical
I' I ho l> ■. -i assistance     Whon  In*  relumed
S. A. ROBERTS, P. L. S.,
Business Mar
„.„„ ,   ,„,,.,„ ,,,,, im,, .i i." iiiiiiiiii-. iim,'rwiinisi ooper
this oiiv last Thursday was one |U-e Opposition party has iss   sovereigns,   ....  run  a,   Kpson, ^.h^L..^"'1?™1 W^"M
^^^^^^^^^^^ lhe lulh,win,'* oiivnl .'■
,. I,, a sori   ''iuuuuuuiiiiuii.iuititii'Uiiiiiiiiuuiiiiuiiii'iuiiuuuuuuuimiiU'UUU'U'U'U'USII
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iiiuuia
the a        esl   political  events  ■'•■' following circular
.' . . i  ..i
on  ihe  both. ami   iiie ovidouoi
.I..wns  today   and   was  won  bv  H.,.„(  ,,,„!„,„  thai   the deceased
inthei story      this  Pro   i In accordance with a   request m,-   j,   \\    Litrntich's  chestnut deliberately"' i u-Yt-it ocf' his" uliiguo
It is a happy augury ol I ■   sue to that effect from represenlalivu t.0lt Jeddtth  The course is aboul with the blade of a penknifo and
eess of the"Opposition Party at men of the party iu all sections u mile and a half. '»»tl  kepi  ibe   wound open   by
theapproacl         eclions      'hi '"' Proviuce. the members of Th,,lv „,,,,, ,,„, „sllal  ,,„,„,, prying it will, t, toothpick    The
OiiiMKition  in .he I i-l*. , tongue and glands were so badly
opera house on the occasion was l*K   Uppositiou  ... tin   I.,.-,   „„ ,.„,   tt„d  ,.0lui lllu|  milm,,ISl, s.vo|lt,n ,ls toCuuserts,)hyxialiol;
filled to  ;, '   "-■'. '    electors,       '       "                ": ils au Ia crowds ol   people (fathered .a.  Had nothing been known of tin.
for none but those whose names eeutive Commit) I the party. ,i„.   rj0wus.     The   remarkable j mini's past  history  ii  would be
appeared oi  th.       ers Iisi wen      l" '■■■'     B "   ''   the members n,;mi,el-    0f    mmevs   is    „„   dimcult  to account for this ox-
admitted.     Th,*    an.,  .-       ts       '                  ■  meeting when il equalle.i  in  „„■  las,  IS   venrs.   S^tZInHv1'"!!.1!"0!°0,    Vt"
,. ,,   ".,,,:■   .i,,,,...,!,],.  ,,,  I,. ',. ,    object evidently wus io qualilv
were perfect, aud the eni   isiasr                                 <">«   '«   "J coupled with the opeuuess of the fol. admission  to the hospital.
of the meeting beyond contn              "'   -'"                 ' '* result, added greatly to the i„- tie had been iu the hospital here
The electors were determined to the :'                     '~ - * ded l1"' teres) uf ihe event.                      before, suffering from u solf-in-
decide on a standard bearer, ind Opposition       its co *-*   in the *n,e betting  previous to the ttioted wound, and also in New
while the friends of each candi.  '—       '                        '» the stal-t was 100 .0  1  against Jed-1Shim!Xn thSiSitfh'X
,,,,;„:   ,,   ,..'   ,Ua   , ■ ,.,1,,,;..,. .     1),,,    .   , . SO Ul K QlmSeil Oil   UU' lOLr W ill
date were fighting for their man,;0                  • <■'         " dah,   UX) to 1 against Dunlop, hammer.    The man was much
there was underlying it all a still Pal *  ■"'■'*  *'' b       btience aP* and 10 to 1 against Batt,              addicted to drink, and seemed to
stronger desire that they should '' *'    '*"  "'    Provincial   voters Previous to the race the chief! have an aversion to work,
be solidly united in the struggli   '' '         suing g             eel  ■ s. interest apjieured to center in J.!    Washington,    May   -'ti-The
thatis ahead.   After ull. what     Ti""'   ;     "''   '   evestbat''W. Rogers'American bay colt I negotiations designed to'bring
that splendid meeting of the elec- will have tin suppori ol a very Archduke II, by Luke Bradburn about a settlement of all coutro-
tor's showed was that they were 1:"-""                 "'   Provincial out of Duchess, by King Fisher, versaries between   the  United
determined that measures should voters,   whether they are sup- a half brother of Clifford, a horse iStateSan<1 Uuada we,'e beffun
have precidenc-3 over men, and porters of the Opposition or the 0f which the public knew little
that 11 was simply a thing of de* ll"^'™»'"'"* '■> ''■- new that it excep, by reports of big trials.
tail that one man should be de- would be extremely detrimental including-  it supposed phenom-
cidodon as lhe standard bearer t0 lh<?  interests of  the whole
enal performance against  His-
at the state depar ment. at !i
o'clock this evening. Previously,
Sir Julian Pauncefote and Sir
Louis Davies called on the President at the executive mansion.
After leaving the White House.
EVERYTHING
IN
Drugs % Patent Medicines.
I'*iii,' TOILET SOAI'S.
F.111' IMPORTED PERFUMES,
liui' HAIR, TOOTH nm. NAIL URUSHES.
H   lfi   ^1   ^   i|l   V
A. VV. BLEASDELL,
Pioneer Drug Hall,
Fort Steele, B. C.
Graduate Ontario College »f Pharmacy.
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of the party. The decision ....,- ^ ,-- ■-•» ■ —. tory. the winner of the Metro-1 ^j^n an°d ^ Louismatea
ing been made, the work oi the "l1""1"" dominion political is- pohtan stakes. The Americans formal call on Secretary Day
campaign that  is  to follow is sues into the discussion of Pro-1 we.™ saiH tn i»«,,«»«»««» a™u I >, *,,-.-*    -        '- -
Jililllo Iiiiii...
were said to be supporting Arch-
vincial affairs, j duke II  heavily,   and   it was
  ,   The Committee, in consonance recalled that it was justa century
Tliere   wns   somo   oxcoption with this view, proposes the fol- since Archduke I won the Derby,
made al  the convention to the lowing as the platform on which rph9   other   American   runners1
proposal that wu made lasl week the Opposition will appeal to the were   ,]1(.    Lorillard-Beresford
that tho signers of tho declara- electorate: stable's entry Ellin, a bay colt
tion should bo published,   There     I.   The adjustment of the rep- by  Sensation out of Equality
are. nf  COtirSP.   Iwo sides to tllislrusonlnlinn nf  tlm I>i,,„-i,„„, .... „
are. uf course, two sides lo tin
question. Wo bud no notion al
all nl interfering with the secrecy
with which 1111 elector's political
moves  should   be  elii'heil;   and
resentation of the Province on a
general principle, by which an
equitable system will be established. Districts thinly settled
ul remote from the populous
  i--i--"~««,
till wu appreciate the strength centres receiving a larger pro
of the argument lhat was mttdi
by Mr. Elton against lho publication of the list of signers, Tho
whole iilijoi'l we bad ill view* wns
in prevent  peoplo who had 110
portionate representation than
those districts with a greater
population and nearer the large
cities, while in turn those districts will have a proportionately
and August Belmont's chestnut
colt Bridegroom III.
The Prince of Wales, accompanied by a large party, wns
present at the race.
and immediately afterwards they
held the first formal conference
with General W. Poster aud Mr.
Kasson, • reciprocity commissioner, in General Poster's office
at the state department. They
adjourned to meet at the same
place tomorrow at 2:80 p. m.
Thu purpose of the negolia
tions is, first to arrive at a basis
of a settlement, and this accomplished to arrange for tho
formation of a joint commission,
which will frame a general treaty
i of settlement.
UPPER COLUMBIA NAVIGATION and TRAMWAY COMPANY Limited.
GOLDEN     AND    FORT    STEELE
sympathy with  tlio Oppositi larger representation  thau the
parly coming in an open conven* cities of the Province.
iimi ami by llioir votes swaying     1.   Reorganization of the civil
tho result,    Electors, we think, service with 11 view in greater
will appreciate ilu* force of this efficiency and economy in admin-
position and justify the course istration.
we have followed.   But it is per-     'A.   Liberal    expenditure   on
b:i|i-   heller   ,Iiiii   Mr.   Klton'v m-i^sarv  publ'ie   works   under	
view should pivvail. such rigid supervision as will se-1 Stage leaves Porl  Steele Monday noon and Saturday at 8 a tn
T buy 01 * 'tors ^">'e commensurate results, Boat leaves Windermere Wednesday at I a. m. and Sunday noon
s om, as *   -  il.  is ;,.i1,°^,°,m''lgement Isteame1,'"'rives at Golden Wednesday p,  in. and  Monday  ,.
Freight in Carload lots of "10,000 lbs" delivered nl fori Sleele via
ilolden ai il] cents per pound,
TIME  TABLE  TO  TAKE  EFFECT  JUNE  IST,   1898.
GOING   SOUTH
Steamer leaves (lolden every Tuesday and Friday at  -l 11. m.
Steamer arrives at Wendermere      "        "        "      "      p, m.
Singe arrives at Fori Steele Thursday and Sunday al li p. 111.
GOING   NORTH
('.   IE   Iv'. ami boa. charges musi  be paid to company's agent al
Windermere before delivor.v.
C, H. PARSON, Secretary'
^^^■fcii.,„.in*ri.r,o^^^^^^_
I'1'""*   Tl,er" is   ;i  -'      '       : E.   Tin*   amendment   of   the
'""l[      "              "*:    "      ' Land Act so that coal will be re-j
■      :'                                   "' served along with otlier miner-
Oppositio l]s    Timbel, ,„  be [lispose(1 of
' -   "I'..,, .petition and in such
""■   '      '    '                     ll quantities as the trade demands.
Agricultural lands to be reserved
this Province.    D      if th.   m ffl ttclual settlerSi
1     ""';~'i ""'",;-          : ' il    l-lepealofthetaxcommon-
;*!'"!:       '             '"       -'     " Iv known as .1,.* Mortgage Tax.
Iiemselves     lho,.   Co     Bakei -    Amendmenl of Uto law ii.
«*ill be here, 1       '                ' :: regard to Free Miners'Licences,
:                     ''   L,resen   "* so that, a man sl   nol   be com-
his defence lo the  [.eoplu    On ,„.]],.,] to lake out a Free Miners'
'hit del  vill dupe        -   •    ,_,.,.,  ,„,,„,. h(1 am wor]{ ln n
suit of this campaign. lm ■„,. Wllg(.s.
ll is lhe lul               Mi   Hn . v    Provincial aid to railways
lie presently to am ice a series l"lil"  l':,sl  ,mvinK l','MI"'"1  ""
i,|   |,iiblic  meetings  tl ron  I1011I ^■'■'^'«''P-  both   as   rugards
thu districl, and 11    llu  0  ni.-i'l   "'' '"'■    "'   W'listrucl.ion   ami
i,,g« there v   I be free and open "'"deration    in    transportation
;i 11 v   lul nro nul   Iii rail
In   lie 'Ml   eliifienl    _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ilosire I,, bring alini.i  is a trull, Provincial  conlrol   hot '""EXT,            Cf...,.,     .,,,.!       0/k(,f .,„„., n4.
r„| exposure ol   Ihe whole,  raising and uxpeudiluru ,,r lho | IN tW      M()1C     ilIlU      KCStaiirailt
lion, wil ,1  rosurvu  1 with   '""^'''l '"' ho rates of trans
Coeur d'Alene
HOTEL
■   **   FORT   STEELE, B.  C.   "   •
/. G, McDONALD,      -       -       -     Proprietor.
Is now open  for the benefit of the travelling public
NEWLY FURNISHED        MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
The Dining Room is under the management of Mrs. Dnderhill
Best Cuisine in East Kootenay H0ME c°mf°rtr
.Steamboat Landing within one minute's walk.
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^ H. G. PARSON,
SOLE AGENT,
Golden and Port Steele, B. C.
KIMPTON  &  PITTS
WINDERMERE A DONALD
General Merchants
ilisimssion      Every  elector  *.*.ill '''''■"''■'
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Minors going northward via Cnnoo Rivor Route will lind il a large
saving ami convenience lo procure tholr supplies al Donald,
Agents at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.
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The Moyie  Lender says    "ll  that 1111 iiilminislmti f  Pro   Ml IN 11 RS'    Sll|>|>|   IRS     f i IJ»r^r- i-n
('nl, Hi. ei   land cinl nll'iiirs on Hie lines laid "*    '    V,I>*-'*^I3,I<"
of   re-elei'lion,   why   is j down in the foregoing pliitforni. | IR*S,     PI-^OVISIOINS      ETC
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sobiitcrly?" pro-perity   und   assist    .11   ihej
The animus of Ihe  Leader is rapid development of tho greal
J. M, Carroll.
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oinployca; it Is Ll ..l.v line hoI'vIhk nioiils on tha 11 In wti'tu |.l.ui.
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and Fort Steele Branch.
MAIN LINK.
Miles
Lethbridge to Maoleod  M
Macleod to Crow's Nesl Lake d»
Crow's Nest Luke to Conl Croon    88
Coal Creek to Elk River Cronstng 6\
Elk River Crossing to Wardner  25
Wardner to Fnrt Stoele Junction  IB
rORT STEELE MtAHCI.
Fort Steele Junction to Fort Steele    7
Fort Steele to North Star Mine  2»
MAIN  LINK,
Fort Steele Junction to Cranbrook    7
Cranbrook to Swansea tfo
Swansea to Moyle City   T
Moyie City to Goat Hiver Summit  9*8
G. K. Summit to ti. H. Landing  i
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SATURDAY, JUNK 4, 1808,
TRIP   OF   THE   OREGON.
Thii'lniin Tliousiinil Miles Without a
Mishap Tropic Sous and ley
Wiitcrs Alarming Rumors Mot
Hor at Every Port, hut Sho
Realized No Danger,
Key West, May 20. Tho battleship Oregon Ims arrived liero,
She lofl Sun Francisco March
in, orrlvGd at Callao April I, lull
distances I of the Manila navy victory was
„   a    ,  ,, PA:,      «• •   t'     nt Rio Janeiro, where Captain
On Crow's Nest Railway Main Line | ' '
• Clark received a telegram from
I Washington.
On leaving the Barbadoes the
Oregon sailed almost directly
north, going to the north of
Porto Kico about ISO miles. The
northerly course was continued
until the Bei mudas were sighted,
when she sailed for the east
coast of Florida. Captain Clark
explains that the reason for going to Jupiter Inlet instead of
putting in at Key "West was to
enable lhe Oregon to bo ready to
go either to Key West or Hampton Roads in short order alter
getting Information from Washington.
Captain Clark had no official
knowledge of the silunlion after
leaving Rio Janeiro on April 80,
During lhu entire trip the crew
expected momentarily to meet
lhe Spaniards. Only ouce, however, was there n call to arms.
'Phis was shortly after midnight
on leaving Rio Janeiro, As the
Oregon was ploughing through
the black equatorial sea a dark
April 7 and passed Sandy Point
April 21, arriving at Rio Janeiro Iobject   was   discovered  ahead.
April  80.   She reached   liahia The call  to quarters sounded.
May 8, and touched at Barbadoes May I*. At the latter place
Ihe warship was quarantined,
but was only detained one day.
She arrived olf Jupiter Inlet
May -I, and then communicated
with Washington, Captain Clark
said the crew suffered much from
heat, in passing twice through
the tropics.
"All tlio way along," lie added, "we were warned whoro tho
Spaniards with and never ascertained the fact until we reached
here,"
"Do you know now'*'"
"Woll," In1 repliod, "I iinagiiii'
wo i'un make h very accurate
guess."
Tin' Oregon coaled tour times
mi her trip al Callao, Sandy
Point, Rio Janeiro and Barbadoes, and i-oached hero with
plenty of coal and water on
board, Tho lirsl news tho ofli-
ccrs and crow of the Oregon had
the men rolled out of their
berths with tho enthusiasm of
boys on a circus dan, and almost
Instantly every gun was manned.
Tho Oregon changed her course
and circled around Iiei* black
pursuer, only to llnd il a harmless bark Instead of a Spanish
warship. Back to thoir berths
crepl the mon, with mutlorings
ol' disappointment uiul disgust,
At. Rio Janeiro, Captain Clark
was lold that the Spanish tor-
pi'ilo boal Tomerario was following him. This roporl guvo now
intorost lo llu' trip for a day and
ii night, but ni Un' hum porl of
rail In* was informed ihal the
Tomerario had goin' into dry
dock al Rio jusi after the departure nl' tho Oregon,
The cruise through the Straits
of Magellan was most  inlerosl
ing.   ll was ni tho mosl extreme
poinl   ul'   llu*  American   hemisphere thai lliu crew BXUliCtad it 'small not
visit  from  the Spaniards.   At
many places the channel is narrow and crooked,  with hidden
bays and coves back of them and
mountains   towering   into   tne
clouds on either side.   Moreover
they were in the lands of icy
winter.   Por more than a month
they had been sailing under the
tropical   skies,   and   now   the
blasts   of   December   whistled
among  the crags  above  them
and the ice at night lay on the
decks, but the Oregon did not
lag.    Captain Clark had no idea
of giving the Spaniards, if they
were there, a chance to catch
him napping.    If the great battleship   were   lo   be  caught  il
should bo caught on lho wing.
The engines wore warmed up to
their best work- and wherever it
was safe and  possible the Oregon bowled along at I'i knots an
hour.    The machinery worked
well, anil on occasions the speed
was decreased three knots in a
few minutes.    A stop of throe
days was made al Sandy Point,
whoro   coal   was  taken OU  and
oilier  supplies   secured,     Tho
Oregon's 25 officers and her crow
of *12."i seamen   wore well and
happy when lhe battleship cast
anchor off Sandy Key lighthouse
nl  0:80 o'clock*   this morning,
The  Oregon   Is   in   lirst-class
shape   and   ready   for  another
cruise as long as the one just
ended.
Alarming rumors mot lhe Oregon al every porl. Al Rio Janeiro hor crow hoard a roporl thai
dynamite had boon found in lho
coal, anil at Callao lhe officers
were informed thai plans had
boon discovered to blow up the
ship. All theso startling reports
proved lo bo groundless,
SANTIAGO  IMPREGNABLE,
No Pleot Can Enter If Any Resist-
iiui'0 Is Miiilc.
If Admiral Coi'VOl'tt's lleol has
entered the Bay of Santiago ii Is
certainly bottled up, The bay
itself Is virtually a bottlo, wilh
the entrance as an extremely
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Most accurate and most economical prospecting drills made.
Drills of nil capacities, operated by Eun.I or horse power, steam,
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CONTRACTORS FOR PROSPECTING MINERAL LANDS.
The enlist presents a frowning     London, May "HI.   -Tho  Daily son nets immediately, 1 nn not
wall of granite to the (laribhoaii Notes, commenting odilorially oniensure keeping Cervorn bottled
Sea, extending for many milos the supposed situation at Sunt!- up,"
oast and west of the harbor,    [n ago de Ciiha, says: ,    Ottawa,  Win   ll\    The Onm
appeariiuco    those    walls   are     "The hold courso of a rush in   ,i ,,    (Jiiveniiu   "    ,;    the  i
'"arlredly similar to thoso of the| to the harbor will b, most. m   >,„||l
iMiili
Palisades uf lhe Hudson. Thoy
are almost oxaclly perpendicular, sn miicli sn as in givo the
Impression of human handiwork,
Tl nlranco to the  bay is a
cleft in lhe rock, and is Invisible
Illllll    lhe    Nti'illlli'l*    is    (lXllCtly
abeam of it.
Moro Castle, which guards Hie
antrunee in all Wosl Indian
Spanish ports, is |iorcliod mi the
riglil Imnil ell IT. H was. ai ilic
outbreak nl hostilities, nothing .latin.
ilu* ,1'ii .uls ,., IE.eni hi
KiKtcnl     with     l.'eat*    Admiral  ||.,k, |. ;l (!,im,dian newsp   n
Sampson's character  for dash ,,11111,  wln.se relatives li,, :,!,,,■
uud dining ami  lln* most likely [fuiuiitoii. arrested In Sun .limn
lu [inutile.i a decisive result. Imi
il must In* iiinn* quickly, lo si
other Spanish ships may lu*
drawing near enough lo relieve
Admiral Corvora,
"If the littler Knew   ili.'ii such
relief   was   coming   be   could
d'* I'linu 1,'icii us,-in American
spy. is interesting itself in his
behalf, Sir Louis IMvios has
received a eablo from lhe liiiiisi,
consul at San .limn, saying thai
llalsload Iimi got nine years for
photographing forts,   Uopreson
probably oiwil,* slip outof Santi   unions will, no dotibl,  lie mmlo
igo harbor under cover ..I llioltn Ihe  Imperial aulhorilios   in
nt ire Hiilslead's t,
more Hum a picturesque ruin,
ami was used us a dungeon for
political suspects, Ai ihal time
ih. ".-mis in place wen* of ancloul
pattern, ami tliere is nu luforina-
"Admiral llorby showed how     \,,u fork, ,),,,„, ,     ■      ,( m|
litis cuiil'l I..'.Inn.' when, in |s-;.,   press    roporl     says    lhat    ll,,*
he look u w hole Heel uni nl' I Ei u   auxilliary cruiser St,   I'uii,  has
try Uny. undor ihe hum* of il iplurod the largo Spanish i toots
ti.,n ihal  ihe.se  have  heen ro-1cruisers that wero watching tor|ship Alphonso XIII,  wilh   |
"' '' '" THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STERLE, B. C., .TUNE I   1B98.
STAGE LINES. Slates and  liiiglisli  Hags.    IE*   ,•', IK- *4 ■'% 'fr v\%■$, ou w. w,& *  '« «v ^ >!f- *'i*!? ^ «' tvc ^ ^* ^< JMf J^*
bind a muss of llowers nl one Jc
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Fort Steele and Moyie Luke.
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Fori Steele to Kalispell.
[.inv, -   '     ■   ■■'. i'l'l'luy   in
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band was stationed and national ^
nil's   Were   played    between   lhe   ■)£
toasts, the nuisienl proyrain emu ^
i.leucine'  witli   "God   Save   llie   fy
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Queen     nnd   ••lullilii   Willi   " I In    *
Ii-i ■   . - |.;.Hv|,,'ii TiiomIiij iiwi'iiluirs , ,,,,'..
Star Spangled Hiumer, -jf.
Col. A.  A. Wiley, ol'  the stall ^
of Governor .lohnsioi* of   Ala *£
bam a, acted as loastmastor. ^
->• I       n. Telegrams were rece        ft'oni ifc
V'.lie VfOO*HCCt*Ol\     W   IE   Day, secretary  of state; *
the admiral nl ihe British lleet in ^
lhe Wesl Indies*. Governor Iilo.\ ■%     um   ;  ecu
IN HONOR OF A GREAT UUEEN   ii:lm* "'•  Plorilla, tlllll others. £
Al   noon  loday  n   hallei-y   i ^
U .:   '■ Goluiubin Navigation Co.
mil Krlilii;
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SATCHDAY, JUNE I, ISM.
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Queen's Hotel.
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 FMT STEELE, B. C.
Best Accommodations in Fort Stock now
fm     ready for guests.     Hi
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finest  location on corner ol only Public Sqtinro (St. Mary i
^t   I'liiza) and llivorsidu Avenue.
A few Offices antl Stores to rent in the building.
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Everything new, First Class and!|£
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Home Comforts.
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iiiini\ ei'sarj will nol be given
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big o     nn the a
■"  ''■>' NKW VOKK,       clad   Iowa  the entire brick and
Ni -    York,    Mny    :.'l.   The stone from ol   the Morro was
C,    ■ day  was iippropri    >iinpl\ wre. (i
a baii(|uet ul lhe Holland House Ci-oin the fort.    1  wanted to ob j~-;
tonight,    i'lie walls oi' tlie ban   serve tbe effect of heavy calibre j^:
tpiel halls wero draped with ihe in the high-powered gunnery up* £~
Star Spangled  Banner nnd the on   I.rid,   and   stone   masonry, jr
red,'ro    * si. Gc-rge.   Above Well, I saw tho shot strike he- | General Merchant AND
th.* president s chair was hung(fore 1 heard the roar oi  the IE- j^ „  , r»      i
lhe royal ensign, draping a por- inch gun thai  fired it.   I give £ L-iquor Dealer.
(rait of lhe Queen. you   my word,  25   feet of  the *r 	
Ahull 7 i'i members ol  the club brick and stone I'mni lifted into j^
mid their guests were present,  lho air and fell back, just a mass £
David Mniiroi! pi ided,   There of broken brick and stone.   The j^
was a general discussion of tlie gunnery of the Americans was g;
I ir,, | ,1 im 11   Aiiglo-Amui'ican alii- supurb in ils deadly accuracy, sx
anco,   The principal speech ol The range was Erom 2,700 yards £ DimeHSiOH Lumber a Specialty. 3
tl veniug   was  delivered by to 2,000 as the vessels closed iu.
Whitelaw lE'i'E Though the soldiers ran away,
HOUSE
Fort Steele, B. C.
WILLIAM  FORSYTH,   PROPRIETOR.
This is one of the best appointed Hotels in the
Port Steele District).
Every   room   is   comfortably   ''uvnishext.
•Z    \\*7i*'ii vou visit Port Steele vou will niLss it if you dont    ^3
stop at   the, ^
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Mountain House.
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TRAVELLERS
I N.HANSON.!
DON'T   FORGET
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Manufactiuer of all Rinds of Lumlier.    =3
A large assortment of seasoned
Lumber and Shingles always   on   hand.
~5i    First Class  Brands of  Liquors and Cigars..     Head-
■rs! quarters     for    Mining    Men.       Commodious
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Sample   Rooms.       Best Cuisine  111   the
West.     Modern   Conveniences.
Home   Comforts.
mnsfl. ■ ■■b.o.
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Speaking of lhe proposed An- there were admirable displays of
Z:7r-^Zi1ZlX^- C0'Sv.' Mncbias (Governor of|^iili||l|liillliililitll|lllililliill8tlllilltilillilUilli;illiailitiilil
born of any  sudden einei'gency,  the islaudl never  lefl his resi-
bnl thai the formnosl slates u, dence, which is not over a quar-
meii of letters, men of business ter of a mile from the works that
nnd publicists o hotl sides ol were demolished, and liis hand-
md long given it utter- some daughter, Paulino, stood
anco. He endorsed the words ol calmly by her father's side
the late   EE*.  Gladstone,   "who through il all.    Of resistance,
spo " ;. ears ag 'an there   was   none.     It   wns   nol
'. d.  standing possible,   for    tli«    forts   had
il und the United nothing   capable  of   returning
prospect    ■■    01 ueh a tire as they were under.
consolii   It was an awful sight, yet magnificent,   tn  see   the   resistless]
Th Bishop Potter,  power ol I lorn battle-ship,
- to a  it was all wrong, 1 suppose, but
i,.,   '  it ::'_•   to  the 1 could not help thinking in my
heart,   'ihe-.* are our kin, the
i * if ]' sons of  the strong  man child
.,., . ...  England begot beyond the sens.'
t-sities ol Amerii u     "Tho American Admiral con-
.'    i tl icled everything in  the strict-
con,: ,       ,y saying i    I ... usl  accord   with   tlio usages of
. .      ■    modern war.  He .unv.* full nolice
und i*..uiin.'.I his tin- strictly to •£.
lhe  nriu.'.l defenses.     The city g~
i.MI'A. postollice  being part of the gov- g
i ,,       ...     i,, I'l'iunenl   buildings,   was ileniol   Z~
I an pit      I'la..    Ma,    JI.    in C-.
Q '*"'■ '■ •""■»■"''!: IS ;,,;   ,, ■   i  ,i   ^
,      "   hi-   i lovernor    I    Hie t
■ ■    irnle Ihe  Lies ol ,,    ,     ,-      S
, ■    ,i main siren   nn    ruin the landing  *
I'ieti    .          •      Hit!   I lilted ,      „   ,          ..    |fe
D. McNeish
Proprietor.
LUMBER CO.
FORT STEELE. B- C.
Manutaouro ot anfl Dealers
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber, Mould-
ing and Building Material.
CALL   FOR    PRSCES.
States and i Ireal   Hi ilain, a du.
villi I,mi" pounds uf (lyiiaiinle, j^
,. „ ,ui he hnd no oppoi'tillilly 1" use £
net*  was  '.'i.i'ii   ;>'   lam pn   H«J .' '        .   '     . „.   g
it.     "he  Allien.*ans   did   nol  al    g;
Hold lodn,' ill  which were pre it
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mil iieai'ly all  the otlli'ers ol  lln* "'                                                  i£r
Lfnited Slates Iroojis al  Tampii      U'ih reported thai ihe A *i [C:
and  all  ihe repr.-.i'iiiai i*.'-. ol ,.;in   iiei   has  again  attacked ts
foreign govern ments here    The Santiago, and  thai  11,000 insur- t£
United Stales navy was roprc gents aro attacking the city on g
seiiied   by   Commander   Swin tho laud side,                            |gr
i,lin,e   of th" IE S. S. ileleiiu. A later report confirms the III
...     ,  n   r ,i   i  („i tack by the ileei al the ontrunci
' h"   eg i ininL'   lllll   ill   the hotel •
"       t- tO llu' hlllliol.
was   profusely  docorated  with A  Washington  special  Baysilfc
tropical plants, while around the Porto Rico will be occupied by g
First Class
Lodging House.
OPPOSITE  THE  STEELE  HOUSE
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
Mrs.   Levett    Prop.
I    THE  DALGARDNO    I
i Fort Steele, B. C. 1
*: *¥
^ A MODERN  BUILT,  WELL  BQUIPPEU   HOSTELRY'S
& WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS DP TO DATE        %
% AM) WHOSE CHIEF FEATURES ARE *
I
* Unexcelled Cuisine
i
^ Ouiel Home Comforts
*
* A First Class Bar.
m
* R.D.MATHER,   Proprietor.   >l
Finely Furnished Uednxtins
*l
Ml
FOR THE FORT STEELE
MINES!
-TRAVELLERS.
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'()   AND PROM PORT STEELE AN|
KALISPELL,
Will find the best of accommodations at
THE WEST
HOUSE.
C. M. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana. I
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THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE   B. C, ,TITNE I. Mis
wi mw-mmiwn'VB iv«j,wwi
MCVIT
«#4N»*4MNSN»4t .;*
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£;*§ *.4a"V ''
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Sole Agent for the
FORT  STEELE
■mi rns-rs]
Rich Placer discoveries on Brewery and
Nigger   creeks
In 1860 Twenty Millions were taken out of Wild
Horse creek.
History repeats itself
WATCH Tl PMBffiS 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,
FORT STEELE.
it "^
t. -> ■"' i THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, It. ('., JUNE I, 1898.
Mining Brokers and
Sole Agents for
Commission Agents
WESTPORT, Fort Steele, B. [
OPTIONS  CARRIED,   AND   MINING   DEALS  TRANSACTED.
Correspondents in London, New York, Montreal and Toronto.
Agents for
Nicholls (Si Bagshaw,
MINING ENGINEERS & BROKERS,  WINNIPEG, MAN.
Representing SANDYUROFT MACHINERY Co, limited
Stamps, Batteries A iooessories
IMLLflGE, & Co. lid. Cyanide MainitaGtun s.
J. BIRCH 4 Co, ltd. Merchants & Engineers.
All Classe* Mining Machinery, tnolnes S Boilers, etc.
i i .;■ espondence So
Agents for
NEW TURK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
TRAVELLERS ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
AGENTS
tor the
Mannheim Insurance Company.
We will insure money and packages to and from all parts
of tin- United Stall's and Canada.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      !•'■■■    >•■■
i*   \   i-i,       • ■"   . m .      - thy hii       ■   .   ,  to i;
E_A.Elonv.sitedMoyi, tj.l l|1,    0ffl£
on I lesdaj
A  tm   'A"'y ]["V"'Z'A    i'   :      '    ' '   N'ev   Vork has
siff :ii Mrs* K    - ■-'..*.;
i    I'J      A .1    .1"    >. , ,„.,,   i   .... :, , , i   j   ,        ■     '
own orain,    ll wo ild be in order
, , .       .... for the presenl mei ber lo
Ateaueanien from kalispel   -lrl   .„,, • e susgestion, that he
<m Puosdoy loaded with general photo* tpl  * ,    T ,„ Tuni"    f
nerchand.se. this   mstituency, then he would
.... quickly   learn   how   easily   his
,l.l;■~ .*..,;,,*,. !,,:,n.,:,,.;,iv,-, services could be dispensed with.
ol   lirsl   class   cedar  shmglos.
Patronize homo industry; lowest     AnmccLTCRAL Implements I
market pr s. -Deering's famous mowers, also'
harrows, plows, cultivators and
. ''• ,L- L ^lbranh' Indian all other impliments at Gilpin &
Agent, has gone to West koole* Lindsay's *
nay nn ollicial business.
...     . ,.       T     .,    ,. Highwarden's bath rooms open
Subscr    ons   n  aid   ol   the for ladies Tuesdays and Wednes-
buil Ing 1 nul o   ilu* Presbyter- days from 2 p. m. until 5 p. m.,
1:111 < lurch will be tliankfiilly re- in charge of Mrs, Highwardon *
covert ami acknowledged by Dr.
Hugh     Wan     congregational .\ ,,,,,„„,, of shelf and heavy
reitsui'er,   and   Mrs.   Mclnnos, |m,ciwarG is  due ,„  .„,.-„.  ,;,
treasurer Ladies Aid Society,  * Gilpin   a*   Lindsays  in  a   few
I days, *
VV,   I,'.   Koss inaili' a trip in
Lethbridge ..n Monday,
Tlie Water Works Company
are laying a main mi Hanoi street
to tin' Governmenl buildings.
The latest Fashion Books
every month at ('aim's Bookstore. *
A rich strike nf gold quartz is
reported near Tracy Creek.
If you  wain a shave   A clean
iimi cool ami refreshing shave
go In (inv. lln* llnrhi'i',  next   tli<!,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__
International Hoii-l. mi,,, ,
•Mr. ,i. (. Armstrong has about
Mrs. Sprague will open h«r S>,™ii°,J?d.h,s Mw storo on
Ice Cream' Ptu-lor on Sunday-    »RlversideA™
A new fencT^w encloses the rj,°r„an g°°d Shave, Haircut or
Governmenl   buildings a.   Port  '*    ':*' °   ,',-1|*iml"» * ,Ji"^
cjfppip otiop ami liatli Kooins. *
A Une mercies' lunch at the ^'^''^"'.'d industries of all
Venosta Restaurant everyday a. fA"™ teg n\BVv't -T"
io o'clock '      * Steelo district,
Gilpin & LindsTy's storefront     ""i" f, Co'  m.ake " Sl'-0clalt^
..   ':..,       .   , .   ...   of ordering any book or piece of
music tliat yuu may want, aud
gel  ilii'in lm' you ai publishers
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
INTKK.NATION.U..
C. !■'. Smith, Moylo City,
It.llll 1 'h'lpUUUl, (illl.ll'll.
HE I'. Iliinlv. Wardner.
li. M.-l 1,
A. c. Kirnn.
il. Alien, Winnipeg.
I.. Crotisen, Moyle City.
<'. .1. Ki'kstr.mi.' Wardnor.
A. i'. Kn^im. Winnipeg.
DALGARDNO.
K. ('. Srnit. Wardner.
E. II. Brandt, Coal Creek.
S. Goldbloom, .Mnnti'eal.
W. Goldbloom,
Mrs. White-Fraser, Golden.
K. C. Kiiniliill, Reglna.
Inspector Snudoi's, N. W. M, I'.
Major Bowles, C, I'. II.
II. Parsons, Mission.
■I. Thomas,
0. K. Pearson, Ashcroft.
.1. Dnlim, Jennings,
Dr. Brodie, Crannrook,
,1. K. Farrell, Callfornlu,
.1. H. Gordon, Spokane.
A. P, McMillan, Ottawa,
VENOSTA,
Frank Garfield, Spokane.
,1. W. Keller, Kaslo.
.1. tl. McDonald, Klk River.
.1. N'uiiU,
.1. Johnson,
li. McGlbbony
Win. Wallin,
.las. McDonald,
Mr, Allen, Victoria.
Iv H. Small, Moyle City,
W. A. Northport, Northport.
('. Kiiiifliimn, Moyio City.
ST. MARY'S INN,
Mrs. Van Dccur, Swansea.
.Mrs.  West anil  children,  Bonner's
Perry.
>li*s. Lvlo. Bonnor's Perry.
I!. Hodge, Dibble Min,*.
I'. II. Pollen, St. Mary's Lake.
M. Keller, Muyiu Cily.
Agents for
FULMER & KERFOOT
ROYAL   MAIL \
PASSENGER      AND      EXPRESS      LINE
 BETWEEN	
GOLDEN   and   FORT   STEELE.
GOINC*   NORTH.
Stage leaves Pout Steele Monday noon and Saturday al' *< a. ,
Stage arrives ill WfiSrOTRiiERE Tui sdny p. in. and Sunday noo
Steamer leaves WiNBEBMEBE Wednesday al  I a. m. and Su
day noon. '
Steamer arrives at (Ioi.okx Wednesday p. m. and Monday osst\
COMING   SOUTH.
Steamer leaves GOLDEN Tuesday at I a. m. and Friday at 4 a., i
Steamer arrives at Windebmeee Tuesday p. in. and Friday p; ;
Stage leaves WtNDEKMEBE Wednesday noon and Saturday no<
Arrives at Kout Steele Thursday at (i p, m, and Sunday at (i ]>:•:
M. A. BEALE
Mining   Broker   and   Commission   Agen
AGEINT   FOR   Imperial Insurance Co.       Canada Life Assurane
Co.    Sun Savings and Loan Co.
Corresponding Mining Agencies in London. England, New York,. Montreal and Toronc
Office:   Premises formerly occupied by C. F. Venosta. Townsite Agent. Riverside Avenui1
Fort Steele.
Moremg 6e INeai Mining Code used.
<
is receiving ii new eoal of paint,
[t   •    :   rtei  *   '* ■! de I  is be
 .......
ing made in conni th the
(lolden I*'   " _ " .*>
|u*ii*e>.    Try llnnn. ^^^^^^^
auction sale of government real estate al Moyie City
steamboat arrivals.
Lists of Passougers and Freight Inward During the Week.
PAUBELL.
Arrived May 211 Freight Cunn &
i'i... ii crates: Fori Steolo Moreuulile
Co,, ii pkgs hay uiul [iotatoos; (iilpin iv
Lindsay, lfi pkgs general inorohtindisc;
Mi'Mnlinii lln,,,.. ii pkgs; Carlin ,\*
Dnrtuk, fifi eases generul meruhandiso:
T, C, Armslrong, 111 pkgsl G. R, Mnir.
!3 pkp! H, II. Nnriiiiifl'sky. 1 pkgs.
Passengers VV, (!. Lookland, W. II.
Mulr, i'. It. Sliiiiiklui', Mrs, M. [,yloa,
Mrs, I.. West, Mrs. A. VV. sluilwcll. I*'.
iiii'in  real estate al Moyle Ultv u, ■*. «. oimimmr, ,ui»
1 '•'*   i;E  ' ■'        !'    has 1 istponed till the   l-lii Mrs. L. West, Mrs. A. W.
' :  ' ' Sl iih'mdaj      inst     s„„    ^vertisemenl    in (;i"'li"1'1'
, another colu , NoitTH stah
, another column,
A car runt ot n ms giu'd
"'     I       "*" ' ''     ' '. ' '  '      Furniture al  Gilpin &  Lind-
came no    the Uen   er l-arrell, .„.,. «
T1"' N""    " '    ,:"'  "!l  '-"    Col. Uaker'sagentsarereeoiv-
' r,reon "";'*:'-: tl-,l»* ing a cool  reception in this rid-
, ing.   The voters un here don'l
'" ' ":* s :' matter ol  ,,,,„,   ,|11V  „„„,, (,hi||CS(,   ,.,,„„.
and railway land grabbing.
J*   ''*    I','i"'1'"11      ■'"'    K"1''      It is reported that tho Clovorn-
s,rl'1 ' '' in.-i.i is getting politics down Lo
,     cash basis,
Allan Harris, u prominent mill
in-"   ' "*'  '" '"';' hashing      i.',.,,,,,;,,, ttccounu tho Op]iosi-
l"11* IS m '""'"* lion supporters of this districl
aro boiling over with uiilhiisiiiHi..,
The North Star had on board
two carloads of powder last trip. i'n/.,, Shoot,
,,        ... A |ii*izf shooi was hold (luring
Electors   Iroin    Moyie   ( ity,   . .      ..    .,     „.   ,
Tracy,    Was;,.    Swa.men   and lho 1*»< wool{ al ,ha l""'1 S '"
Wardner  attoiuled lhe con von   Shooting  Gallery   for  a   prize
"—• valued attic. Mrs. ('. 15. Hpraguo
capturod tho prlzo, The following was Hn. ueoro: IE E,
Sprague, 88 oul of n possible itli;
A. Poison, 28; Mr. Cook, 82;
Wm. While, 82,
line   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Whon Gilpin & Jijiiidsay's new
guilds arrive In u fow days, thoy
will had' lln' largosl nnil tini'sl
Stock of dry goods nnd giuils
furnishings In Easl Kootenay *
TRADES   AND   LABOR.
Hon.  G.  B.   Martin  Condemned by
Rossland Labor Council.
At the last meeting of the
Rossland Trades and Labor
Council the following resolution
was moved and adopted re Hon.
(1. li. Martin's recent speech in
the Legislature:
Whereas, it has come to the
knowledge of this Council that
Hon. (',. B, Martin, a Minister of
the Crown in this Province, dur-
ng a debate in the British Columbia Legislature, did deliberately and maliciously slander the
white race in general, and the
people of Anglo-Saxon origin in
particular, especially Canadians,
in llial he said in effect that he
had employed a large number of
men and that he was free to confess thai, a Chinaman was superior to any of them, particularly
those who claimed to be Canadians; and
Whereas, il i.s the opinion of
this Council thai the language of
a .Minister of the Crown should
be more dignified and patriotic;
thorofore be il
Resolved,   that   this  Council
ett. Binmore, Nelson, Miss Bailey
and Miss Watson to arrange for 	
both matters. MlOgot Fmtitiion Mineral Claim situate I
The Treasurer reported I'"" ]''\'" s"""" M'"iC!-' "ivisi"""' KM Km'
the receipts thus: Mrs.
Huckell of $22.50 proceeds of
Masquerade Ball, and $85.00
from Mrs. Armstrong and Miss
Bailey, from sale of Ice Cream, ,.»..»'innuminu or improve
on tlu* 24th Mav.    Mr. Nelson! ",,e^'";'"'", ''"fT "' ,""i""*,"r"'"""»
• I liniiit i.r tin' ubovo cluim.
was appointed Secretary of the      And furtlioc take notlco tlmt notion, undo
Hoard of Directors.    The Ladies j """'u"rK' "'"A '''•""'"*"™'*''' '»"'■''« ">• '■«»
in,.*.' i.r much Certificate or Improvements.
Committee will at once take the k.o.jennings.
inatter in hand to arrange for the i     ""k"'lhls"" l",v'" •"""*■ "*    2:,-;"
Concert and an earnest effort will
he made to keep this worthy institution Irom debt.
CertiUcate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Where locuteil: -On Huckleberry Hill. -
miles west ot Port Steele.
Take iiotiuo tha* i. K. o. Jennings, uircn
roi* Prederlok .lolui Simtli or QtasKow, Sool
Iinni Pree Mlnoe'b.CertIflcato No. ltt]a8A,lnteni
sixty .lays from tin, dute horoof, to apply to tli,
Mtntng Recorder rom Certificate of Improve
Business Outlook.
Business is picking up, and we
can expert a prosperous season.
The mining industry will be
pushed forward as much as possible, .and the indications are
thul many of the prospects in
this disiriei will become producing minos at an early duy. Many
representatives of capital are
here, and a  large number' art
N0HT1I  ST.Mi.
Arrived ,Iuno 3, Ft'olglit—Curlln &
l)in*ii*l(, Iiin nisi's I'owdor; .1, l„ ,\li*ln-
tyro, II pkgs furnttiiro.
FAUUKLL,
Ai-i'ivi'il Jinn' li Froiglit ('nnii .V
Co., 2 ruses; (iil|iin & Liinlsuv. -li |ili|;s:
Fort Steele Moreuntllo Co., iii'i pl(|.',s:
Curlln .V l)iii*ii*l(,.',-ii pkgs; Cunn .v ('"..
I pkg; II, I'E Kin",, I pkifiii A, W.
Illi'iisil.'ll. :i I'kv-.: HiiiiHOin Urns.. I plig,
I'iiswii]..,'i-„ W, A. Ilnrris, A. ICloill-
miilll.H, K, llimlnii, F, Ueelcor, .1. Cordon,,!, li Uiiiiiu. W. I). Iluiilii'i', ,1. It.
Fin-roll, It. Iiiii'i*/., Mrs. Wright, Mlos
/.. Wright,
Co.. Iinii,'i' nm. thn Chinouu.
11 has I n asked  as tu how
Col. linker shoals on tho Chinese
labor question, The Mouse records show Uml Col, Bakor has
i»/;/ voted fourteen Union in furor of
Chinese labor, anil never voted in
opposition to ||
 I nei-e. anu ii  large number ore
oinpbatically con mis G.   B.|n „„, W||V „, „lis   oint
Martins   iiltorancos   uiul   will „,,        ., • ... ,'    ,
strenuously oppose tiny Ministry lho   l'lllwi'*v   W1"   reach   1|"'
thai retains such a man lu its Kootenay River by September,
C.l.l.,... I   I- ■   I"   '*■ ••■■'■
Piiasengoi'ti J, Foi'guson, N, M, Cur-1Cabinet; and bo it further I then keep your eyes upon Port
^^ Resolved, that u copy of this gtgele,
resolution be sent to tlio public|	
press ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hospital Meeting.
On Monday last there was a
meeting of the Directors and
friends of the Korl Steele Diamond Jubilee Hospital when
matters of importance in connection with the futureinanagomenl
ami lhi' means of paying off lhe
debt wttre discussed. It was
ileeiileil lo engage a booth lol*
the sale of Ico cream during the
festivities lo he held on lhe Ul,
2.1(1 and Ith of July. The inuller
of an niilei'laiiiiiieiil was dis
cussed and it was thought advisable to hold a concert at au early
dato. In this way it was hoped lo
clear olf tho dobt still remaining
on the building,    The   following
ladies were appointed a committee:   Mrs. Bleasdell, Koss, Lev-
NOTICE.
QuunU'oU Ml nine Cluim situutt. in llie Porl
Steoie .Mlniinj Division of Kusi Kootenay Dlu
trii't. J
Whore locatod: On Huckloborry Hill, m
milt's ivi'sl, »r Purl Steele.
Tuke ii.ji.U-t' Hint I. It, 0. .It'iiiiiiiivs. agent
fm ProducteX .Inlui Smith or (llaugow, Soot
luiul, Preo Mlnor'K CorlllleiKoNo. KtlaHA.Intou
slxly iluvs rro.u tin- duto horoof toapply to thn
Mining itoeordor for n Cortltlcuto or [tnprovo'
in,-tits r.,r tin- piirnoHo of ohtuining a Orpnui
(Irunt of tii.-uiiov.' clulm.
Ami furtin-i- lnlio nniii'i' iimi notion, unite,
Hcotlon in. musi In. I'oiiim.'iii'.'.l hoforo the Isaui
.im,.' of such Cei'tillonto of linpruvomontR,       (
II. ll. .IKNXINUS
dated thin Itli tiny of ,1 > iww.
MIS      ■
,'il-^
NOTICE.
St.. 111*1,nil JllCllHOIl Mlll.'l'lll Clli.|ll.».i,',vliltt- ll ,
ihe I'.u't Stoele Mining Division of Knot t\m,A
nuy lilsiilri. (j
Whoro loontodi  mi Huoliloliomj Hill. -r.
miles went of Porl Steolo.
'i'liii,' notlco Uiul I. li. o. .l.-dtimus. agoni,
for Pii-ili-i'ii-lt .lulm Smith of (ilu.sgow Si'iitliinil
NOTICE ! FrooMlnor'sCortllionloNo. ifii,*,S\. Intond,slxlj
Sixty dnyn after (lute I Intend to upply  ?"»•/■ <»"'"'"''"""'<'<■ vm*' '» ">" »«»*
it;     ; .. ,    ,.  _  .  . ' liigHccnrdor for uCortlfldiU-B of Improvomonl
to "tii« "'uii'-i     CommUsionot    m   Furl i l»B "cconlor n.r i» CortlfldiUfl uf [mprovomontf
Steolo, to pinrhuso tho followlmf«uo,'out)lc(l forthopuruawofobittlntofttOrowii (irunt oi
.ml imrcsorv rown lamli from tlioGovorn-1lh('llb0Vfl ,'llllni-
.nn.l. Htiuni t Um houd of st. Mury's Uko,(      Alld runhop UiUi' mW< ,lmt aotlon< l""1
NUrilnR from tn. Inltlul „„m pinntod ut n point 1 "»l,0B :|" M boeonuMiiood boforo tlio ' t
nonr tho houd uf Si. Mury's Ukcuntliuljclnli^ \"" r«»«»' CortlfifliHo of Unprovomonu
Wiii. MoHt'hon'n iiurohdRo; thonoo roiiUi forty
ulinhifi; thonco ennt forty olmlnn! thonce nortli
forty chnlns; thonoo wrsi forty ohuins to lho
polnl of oommoncomoiH, nnd coiitnlnlntf throo
Imndrod iim) twonoy noros moro nr ]oss>
i:. a ki/hin.
DutPdni Cart Htoolo Muy 8th. IWI8.    U2-.10
NOTICE.
Tn ic- not too ihal. sixty duys uftor duto, I
wilt iijiiilv ti) iiiii I-nm I Commissioner nt Fort
Htnolo, tt, 0. toiiurclmsolhofoIlowliiKntioccii-
plod unit iinroHorvod Crown lunds, from ih«
CJovornmont Comtnonolngm npast planted nt a
iiuiiii near the* bond of si. Mury's Luko.nndoloso
to low wulor iimi'k; thence north forty chains*
thunee enst olRlity ehains; thunee Bouth forty
ohains in th" shore of tlm Lnlto, and tlionoo
wosl to place of oommenoomonti nnd oon-
titlnliiK throo tiunilri'il tunl iwonly RorOS, in ore
or loss.
WM. A. McL. MBAOHBN.
Dated at Port Steele, May Oth, \m.  99-30
^^^^^^^ I (). JKNNINUS.
Duted this 4iUibi> of Juno, ihuh.     OiWM
NOTICE.
L'toplu No, 8Mlnoral Clulm sltmite in Mn
Fori Htoolo MIiiIiih Division of Kimt KooloiiRj
District. L
Whoro loculcd:  On lluuhlohorry lllll, ?* I
miles wosl of Fort Htoolo. ,
TnUi' notice iimi i. li. 0. Jenninga,aifonLj
fur Frodorlcli John Smith of QIunhow, Scotland, Froo Minor's Cortlflonto No. I tll Ma, Intern.
sixty iluys from tin' dnto horoof, to upply to tin]
Mlnlni; Itoeordor font Certillcate or tniproro-,
ments, ror tho purpose of obtaining a Crowi
(irunt of tho nbovo claim.
And furthor tako notieo lhat action, undo)
section irr, 'nnst iic oommeiiood before tin1 Issu I
unco of Mioh i lertlfloDte of Improvoments<
R. 0. JBNNINGS.
Duted litis n)\ Any of June, |W,     -;:i-si

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