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THE PAY CHUTE 01' ADS,
IN THIS PAPER, ASSAYS      I
8 3.000 TO THE INCH. f.
s?i»i»«s«ss«9»«*?ssss8
Vo/. 2.
)itSMiMMiimMIH
WANTED!  A   BANK,
APPLY TO THE. CITIZENS
OF FORT STEELE,
FOKT STEEIJi,  11. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 189:
No 41.
A uhlol'is mining you liikin notes,
Ami fnii.li he'l piiint them,
LOGflL NEWS.
f'OUT STKKI.I':  WKATIII'.K IIBI'OUT
TKMI'I.U.lll 'UK,
:  An , the passengers by u.e | ^ini!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)!!! H!fflHW!!W!!#
I singe on Stiiiiluy were Mr. Ann    "K 3
j strong, (lold Commissioner and C
l.lohn A. Todd, a Wnrdnor lown- E:
site man, Mr. /Vrmstrong attur ST
jit busy day Monday, Welti bark ST.
by the up-slage Tuosdny, 1ST.
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Wanted.   There  is a  good B
opening hore tor a tinsmith, u jn
C. I. VI MI-.I l
S    I   H 111 IM.I 11
H 1 TV
maximum       minimum    tailor, it-watchmaker, a saddler j;
iin. I in. 2       anil slioiunaker.     Ilul  pi tun hers "•"■"■
l,:i- " ;J:[' \       will not lie needed till the Town- ;•""*"
iite Company gets in its system »;
if witter works. \sz
Ii VENOSTA & CO
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ZS\     Mining   Brokers,   Commission   nnd
3 Real Bslale Anenls.
AGENTS  IN
Settled down to line weather with
blue sky.   Vegetation commenced.
Observer—Dr, Cliiti'les .MeLctin.
Mr. Geary came in Saturday
last from Windermere,
Por a good cigar go to the
Drug store.
Mr, Marl in. ol Moyie Luke,
was in town tills week.
Mr. Buuyan's family came in
by way of Golden on Friday last.
The new Butchers' shop, two
doors north of The Puospectou
office is advancing rapidly toward completion.
Messrs Rondo nnd Furo came
in from McLeod on Sunday. Wo
understand their families will
follow nbout June.
The "Ladies, Society" are
busily engaged decorating the
school room for the Easter
services.
The Grand Central Hotel is
now open for business. On
Saturday it received a load of
supplies from Golden,
Foot ball is the favorite game
these tine evenings. There will
lie less danger to windows when
the Club is able to use the fine
Square reserve just east of the
town.
A sum of money was found
near the Fort Steelt bridge. Enquire at the Indian Agency for
particulars, or at the St. Eugene
Mission.
The usual fortnightly meeting
(d tlie Mining Association will be
held in the rooms of Messrs
Venosta & Co. this evening Saturday nt 7-80 o'clock—.Members
are requested to attend.
When ure we lo have our semi-
weekly mail service? And the
daily service south we suppose
wo hope the authorities will
grunt us that, when the boats
begin their regular trips.
A boat caine down irom Wnsu,
Monday, and Tuosdny morning
went on to Jennings, taking a
The Right Rev. Bishop Unt'ieu j""£
will be nl  Golden on  the 2-lth \tZ
May on his way to Fort Stoele JS
to luy tho foundation stone of the j ££
St.    Eugene's    new     Mission |g
Church.   He will likely arrive at
Fori Steele about the 27th of lliu
same month, and will remain for
some days visiting this Mission.
We laid llie pleasure the oilier
day of seeing some very tine
nuggets from Weaver creek. The
largest was worth *:•):!. but one
twice that value has been got
from tho mine, lt does an old
Cariboolte, like the writer, good
to see the yellow "dust" again.
Tom Roberts carried the bag.
It would bo a good thing if the
grade of Main street wero iixed
by survey, so that all new houses
erected in ighl he placed in conformity therewith. The street
might also be levelled off souk
whul, graded and ditched and
then our Sidewalk Construction
Company could proceed with its
very necessary work".
It seems u pity that, in surveying our pretty townsite, St.
Mary's and Hazol streets had not
boon continued through to tho
river bunk. If building goes on
at the same rate it is now doing
it will soon be impossible, excepting at one point, for residents on
the east side of Main streot to
watch tlie arrival and departure
of the steamers without going
through their neighbors' front
flower gardens and into their
buck yards.
Mr, T. T, McVittie, P. L. S,
is al present engaged in surveying and plotting llie townsite of
Kimberly, which is owned by Dr
Ol}1 'OSITE THE STEELE HOUSE 3
3| London, Sow York, Chicago, St Paul,
Montreal and Toronto,
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
Mrs.   Levett,   Prop. 3.
*auiiiiiuikiiaiuiiiiaiiiiaiiiuiuiuiiaaiuuuaiuuuiuuiil
Obi'Itauy. - It is with extreme
regret that we announce today
the death of Mr. Jtts. L. Hamilton, who has been a resident in
this section for several years
past, and was a universal favorite, Jim my was known to everyone, nnd ull with whom he has
had business relations of any
kind speak in the highest terms
of his good qualities. Ho was
for somo time employed in the
Bow River country east of tlie
mountains, and the friends who
knew him there, as woll us those
he made hero, were exceedingly
kind to him during his illness.
He died ou the evening of Tuesday, the lllth. of plouro-prou-
mouia—the fourth attack of the
same kind which lie had suffered
from within a few years. He was
buried Wednesday afternoon in
in the new cemetry plot near the
bend of the river. Mr. R. L, T.
Galbraith read the beautiful
burial service of the Church of
England at the school house aud, oaimj oikih,
at ihe grave. The pallbearers
were: 11. Drew. R. Mather, I.
Foster, 1). McNoish and E, B.
Hart,
NEW   ADVERTISEMENTS.
I lii'ii'liy III vi'iiiitti-i-.Uml sixty iluy-,ilii-1-ilui,
1 Intenil lu npplv tu Um ClilnR'niniiiissloncr
ut Lands mnl Works, foi' imrmlsslnii t,, rnir-
elinsi' inn: liiuiili't'il umt sixty ucres ut liiml,
Bluintoil III tliu uislrlcl ol Knsl Kwtl'imy unit
ilOHUrlbcil ns fiilluws: Ul'irlimliiK nl II post
pliintcil, (311.1X1) iwenly i-linins soulli of llu, inllu
post nn lliu suiulii'i-ii lioiiiiilnry nf liioclt :tt:i
ttifiifi'snuiti itll.ixi) fui'iy Vilnius, Oienm m'si
IIII.IKI, lot'ly i'liiiins. Ill ',' noi'tli  itn.lNli turn
chains, tliotiuo oust t(i!tmi forty eliiiins in pi,,,..
ol bCHlnnlni;.
.Us. K, muni,
tijilious Carried and Minimi Deals Consummated.
CARLIN
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DURICK.
I'Ol'T   STEELE.    li.C.
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I  llt'l'i'liy Kivu nnliiT llinl sixty iluys lifter
iimi'I liiit'iul tn nppiy iu Uu- etiii'f commissioner of Ltuiiut tnul Wurlts fur permission lo
iniri'linsi.' throe liiiinlri'il iimi twentyneresof
unreserved nnil iiuoeetiplcil Crown limits sllu-
tueil on Moyle liiliim Kust Kool iy illslrlel ll.
e.  ni'iilniiitii-'nt n post piiinieii ni in,. ,„„.iii
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NlAV AllVr'.ltTISKMKNTS. ■ Till: following new advertisements appear this
week: J.inul Notices VV. H, Forsyth,
T. VV. .Itii-lisiiii, Thos. T. MeVittlo, ,lits.
E. Dllse; Licenses- N. Hanson, dleit-
I'liirn Campbell, A. .1. Robertson; I'oitl
Prospecting -NiuholiiM Cm in.   E. -I.
Wulsli: Lodging House, .Mrs. Lovotl,
COUHECTION.- -Wo were iu
error in stating last week that
the Kootenay Canal Go's lands
. i, ■ , were not assessed at all, Thoy
Reddy of Spokane, James Durick ti0 !10t pay a wild Innd tux. but
und 11. 0. Jennings of Port in accordance with the agreomonl
Steele.    The town   is  situated wilh the government they  are! |h[|n| ]lt ,.
lis. Itii'itl'i' I'li-l  llll.nin  forty
i-linins,  tlii'iii'i' smith  (Hil.oti)   I'lyluy eliiiins,
thence wi'si [ lil.nnl funy drains in |ill r lie-
ulunliin.
Tims. T. McVllllc.
April lath, ISIIT. ||
on Murk creek where Ihe roads
lo llu' North Star mines and the
Sullivan group of mines moot,
The North Slur mines lie one
issessed lis improved lunds: it
being taken that the work dono
on the "Cnitiil" should be considered as Improvements done on
the lunils selected by the Com1
NOTICE,
Notice is horoby given Umt sixty
iluys ufter ditto I Intenil to upply to the
Chiof Commissioner of Lands ci Works
for permission to niii'cliuso 1(10 acres of
Itinil, morn or less, described us follows:
Commencing ut tlio norlli oust cornor
nf Im HUM. (i.i. tli.'ii,',. i.i.is chains
i'liiiins north to the norlli West cornel'
of lot o"). (1.1. Ihi'ii.'i' wesl In llu: Knot.
enny rivor, thonce following the river
southerly lo the north wesl corner of .1,
Durlck's application to purchase, thenee
'usl In the point of eoninioniieinunl,
■'"i'l Steele l.'ltli April, |vsi7.
T. U\ .I.M'KSON,        II
NOTICE.
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J Giant Powder Company.
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AMERICAN
STORE.
md a half miles west nnd the pany.    This is rather a queer    | |,m,0i,j g\w
Sullivan group of mines one unil
it half miles south of the town.
Tho wagon roads to the North
Slur landing on llie Kootenay
river und to Port Steele  via  tin:
arrangement, bul still queerer is ttttcl, ,llltU] | intend  |,,,iv to tlm
the iirriiiigi'inenl Iiy which these!,'i,,,,,' ,',,,„mi>si„„,,,. „f \2nis umi
lands. If sold to other parties and w,,^ [„,, „ neunse for the piirposu of
not nl onco Improved, are to bo prospecting for coal on lands, situate
assessed ns wild lunds. Thai
however, is u mutter
llltl   till'   south   I
"tUo|rlver, ubinil tin
f llu- St.  Mary's
Irs West of till' SI.
American store, Mr. .1. A. Todd | neel there.    A Hotel is in coursi
und Mr. HiilTiuaii.
The prion of town  lots Is rising,    So is Ihe dust,    The street
sprinkling Company must got
their sprinklers ready for llie
summer eainpitign,
1,-1   in   in   v ,,'l, .-» , , . , ,      , , ,    I
,„ (iiiupiiiiv nl  prices lliul  retard _,,..,i. ,,„
ot construction nnd u saw null „1(1 ^U|„lnon, „,■   ,h„  district, L,,,.lns no
will be put in shortly,
passengers, Mr. Johnson ol' tho St,  Eugene  Mission, both con- consequence   (iur complaint Is fjngoiioMlwlun,  starting from N, i
thai Ihese hinds lire held by  tho |,m,nor ,ms^ tlience running "" ■
■ Nil chains wost, tin-,,
 irlh. thence SU t'liiiiits en
'Ihey should be thrown   open  to tho pluuu of c moiictng,   Coinpi
,,     , ,       i ilii" ni'iunl settler on  precisely ., ,„..., „r.un„,„,,„
Mr.   Dorosior  brought   in  iti|h(,  s]|||1„   „,,.1|ls    ,ls  unjoining:'''',,'''"'M''''''''    ,„ .  .   ,,
purly     train     Kalispell    on Crown Lands. Mciioiusi.oi
Monday, and aeeiniiptiuying hlm  ,.-> Daled this l.ith April, ISU7. II
woro a nnnibor of prospectors on    y\r <;ili>in, who ciiino in litis
horseback.   The party consisted woek, bus begun ihe erection of
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE
\ Giant Powder, Mining Supplies & Hardware,
I Groceries    k    Provisions
Supplies For Miners & Prospectors,
! W. t JOHNSON M GOMPflNY,
I OUT   STEELE   \\A\
hi,
Mr, .las, Dibble returned I'i'iiu.
his visit to Spokane this Week.
Ho came by way of the Moyie
trail, and with him as shat'ors of
his tramp, Mr. McKlustry and
Mr. Pollock.
The present state of the
tca-tradc can't continue.
Americans drink the worst
tea in the world, and pay
double for it.
of Jos, Davis and Richard Walsh of a new general store north of
Spokane: A. .1. Devlin, Warduor, tho Mountain House,
Idiiho: Mr,  Gilpin,  manager of    Thirty lour new eliiiins havo
tbe Spokane Pocking Compauyi boon roglstorod sine.e the season
Henry l'erui, Kalispell; the Sin-j opened.
clnlr Hros. of Kellogg,  Idaho:!   Messrs Clrassick k   Roinpsoy
and .1. II. Conklin iiiid Hoslwlck are putting up u building near
,,f lliul,,,, tho Stoolo House  slllbles.     One
 shop is already nulled Ion burlier.
Clliin'll NOTIOUi
A   guild   pi'itolloal   joke   wns
played mi illicit Todd, Hie Ward
On Sunday next being Easier nor  I nster,     Kor humoroiu
Day the usual Sunday  service narriillon thoroof s loxt Issuo,
Schillings   best Is  the will bo hold In tho sohool room     Wlduawalto InvoBtors ni'o buy
remedy,
Proof: the proecr gives
your money back if you
don't like it,
A:-tl!illinjfcC'„mr;i!f!|l
Sal, Itlini.iilfl t'.i
at, 7-110 o'clock.   The music, will | big lots on Mountain   Avenue.
Im in keeping with tho I'Vslivnl I This will coi'luiuly h i of tbe
, ,,     ,. ,    ,   I besl    business    and     I'fslili'iiec
an.llhed,H„„„rs,i„p|,ropri„te l„si|,|ic,ti.(i|| „,„„„,„„ ,,,„,   ,,,,,,,,
i<> ihe occasion,    A cordial In- o[ ,ll|s „,.,, tt,|vanoi„g rapidly.
vilitlion    is    uxtcndod   to  all, aB0 Venosta A .Co.. bel'n ill Ibe
Siriitiirei's welcome
Igil if
MITU't:.
I h l.y iiivr notice IiiiiI  iiii days
aftor llttlo I Intend toapply to the! Iilul
Cominlaslunor of fjuuls I Work,  I'm
ii lli'i'lise for th.' piirpiisi' nf pi'os|ieutliiii
fur coal mi Ittittl situate un the north
side of si. Mary's rivor aliinil '- two
miles wesl from Ihe Indian Iti'sup n-
linn.    Stal'tliiK fi'i'in  II"'  smith   ''tis'
 'iiur post, tiieneii I'liiinlnn Unuliiiliw
north, tl 'llllllllll} SO cliullls iVt'SI,
thonco HOehiilio south, thci Slli'huliis
i'li-l    III  plltl'll   nl   rilllillli'l Illlllll, conl-
pi'lBin,: iiiiiiiiii'.
|il, .1, Walsh
iintini tills hiiil April, l«ii". ii
Kivi',11 1,'isiMi. The kooleiiiiy
bus now t'Ultohod Iwo feel above
low witier mark,   Wo muy hope,
Ibi'i't'l'iire, lo si    boll!   in  uny
day im"'
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Two Goimnodlous Sainiile Rooms lor Commercial Men
II MIUAUH 'I'llANMI'-KIUIKIl KIIKK
IH>T ,1   i nl.lt PATHS
HATES ti PEIi DAY.
J. G. Greene. Proprietor,
GOLDEN, li, C,
\ THE   PROSPECTOR, '"' Rl1*' Ku"t(,|m*>' u,'inK «ivovted|
 ' iiili,   American   channels   while
IS   PI BUSHED   WHEEL I   '")'
there is sueh danger us yegtu'cls
the  trade of  Hotindnry creel;,
THE   PHOSDECTOH COMPANY, U0 paU,ioli(, plaa ,g „ ^ ow,
us far us il  goes,  bul il is nut
.1. //. GRACE. MANaGEH.     iahvays economically wise to com
„ -,„,__ struct public works on thai  pleu
THE  PROSPECTOR,  is   puhllslicd  ;li,,m,     |,otlk nt the Intercolonial
otop,   Siituldiiv.  .in.l  luis „ einirillUeed   ,,   ., ,,        - ,       ,i ,   ,   i
.-iiviiiniio,, larger titan nu> other pupcf hallway,    t otisuler llie luistiike
in Host Kootoni,)'. 1, is nil homo Printed  made  ill    rejecting   the   Crow's
rtllJ   lilllltilillS   JllllSIc   til.'   lUlls   ur   llll,     ..       ,   i, ,, ,.        ,,
other paricrln tl.. di-uut. M$\ PiUSS US tllO JJiltQWiiy toj' the
l.s mi aUvonlsfmi inodluin
C veiled,
NoTICK,
I lii'ivhy ,-iu' notluu ttiiii :WiIuvb lifter iliUu
l liilcml in nitiity to Ulio Uolil Conunlisalonap
foi'H H(ioiiko io m'1| it.mui- by ivtiUi oti thi'
iiiviu'm<» Kiimvi, im, Mnyuit Hutul,
H|.KNi>AI|tX C'AMblUSIili
Dntoil tills |t)l Inlay of April, I KPT,
NUT It IK,
oivlij tfivu notk'o. Umi HtiiliiyBUfiiTUiitu
nl tiuiiijilv in the Hold Uomntfsstoaoi' for
u lu'casiMc M'll Itnyuc \>\< lvt'ill 'W Iho lUTin*
mown 118 rtiw Mlwr*. llotol, alt^N tit
'»»■ C, P.   Iv   into  OIU'   pVOVilWJB,   Ets out Town, Perry Cwrt
pollUQCl Qlll in UiuithtM' article   in a. I. Roiikiitiwn,
iMvoteutomouphuiiatiiicorFati suti« the this issue,   Wo do not object to P,umllllll,l'iUl,",vorAl,rU m
clevelorim-L'ntof tlio vast mineral resuiiree* of   n     m  .     i i i    i    •
,!,.. I:,,., K„„„,,.,v„,i„i„„ii,tr„'t the Boundary creok road being ==s	
assisted, but we argue that tlio
Golden   Fori   Steele    railway NOTICE,
should also huve been subsidized
Contributions are solicited irom ul isuftlu       ,,      ., . I  IIKUHIIV OIVK NOTICE lliiil l»l iluy*
distriot. hulnll mutter Intended fur puullcalloit       ' Otlslllenng mil'   [oilg   llllll   ill    „,,0,„|ul0 | mtcmlio upply tu tlu Ollol Cm
inii-iinni'ti.'.-iiriii'i'. si.'ii.i'.u'.., iiiiiiue relations with tho Cariboo mis»i»»« .im,iss w rk« tor perii,i»siu,i w
       district and the interest we 11he ,'i,'.''h!,',i,',c „,,■». inn,,,\ no»i piuhum on uni
Notice TaxDauers
H8SBS8MRHT ACT AND OROVINUM.
RSVENUE   TAX,
I'liKT ktk|'H,Ii; invisniN i>|i' |,:,,si'
liUU'l'I'lXAV   HISTKIC'I',
'lllsi'l'l|,tl„l„.
Ulllilt' Ul
'. lli'tinilnl'v i'l 1.01 Ins, tl.'ili','
Uonorth .t.'si corner of l„il
N   I W i
ol Murol,
HIS3H
a Bull ritct and ii
tut two milt's south
post beitm tho north
uins south, beiiee 80
■th, hence HU oltuiuy
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Guotii'i-Unu sixty iluys nfter
ml In upply lo lln- Cliii'f comm]
present editor) still feel in iis
A Nt-'W Provincial Loan development, we aro not going |
, to object to reasonable aid being
The  Govornnieitt   has  Intro-|sjven tuu r°ad nmuing into lhat
ducod into the House a bill to distriot from tlie coast or else
authorize a loan of two million wheve* and this road from Bute ,
live hundred  thousand dollars!Inletto Quesuelle is one, by tho
for  the purpose of aiding the wa*>''   lhiil   we advocated more'
construction  of   railways   aud!tllan ten yea*'s aS°-    But now in
other public works.    The pre   ]*'ew of recent developments in j
amble  to  the  bill sets out as ;"   south-western   Ullooel   and
justification for the loan the dis- lat01' information,we would point
eoveries of extraordinary mineral ull! lhat l,u* wh"'° upper country
wealth  in  many  parts  of  the can be better opened up by u .
lirovince:   the  probability lhat ''°»d running from Burrard Inlet ;
there are other "numerous dis- to strike the Frasor river at Lil-
tricts"    unprospected    but    in:!o'"'!   vi,lage,  and thence pro-
all   probability  rich in mineral ceeding aorthward into Cariboo ,
wealth and tliat thus 'an extensive andbeyond.   In any ease this is ;
immigration and increase of pop- a big undertaking,  almost too
illation  may  be  anticipated   if much for the unaided resources
means   of  communication   are of ft16 Provicce; but if taken up
afforded by railways, roads,  and b>*il company financially strong
other works for developing the cn°ugh,  and assisted bp   the
natural wealth which exists both '-, dominion, ii may go through,
in minerals, limber and fanning!    As t0 th(- third road to be sub
land," sidized under the Act, we shall ,
The plea is then entered  that at   ProsBnt    simply   ask    why toner otunds and \ynn,.s ■ ■ pmnNsion „,
1 111-, .    ,-.,.,,. , i „,.r,-iuis,-in'Hill's ollnnU.   Stlll'lllli: tit 11 pnilll
it is expedient   that   "Ihe  trade jsnoillu  it  stop at I hilliwael; -     „ Mw„ mil. a mile* mum of CmnfcrMk e»-
and commerce of British ('oluni-! wll>* ""' cai'i'y it mi eastward  to t»u  ■  ■" *<■»■ »">»« '"''"'"'"' s""''''
I . ,      . ,     ,.        I.''- w obnlns west, theiico 4U clmlns north,
hitt accompanying such develop- connect with tne (.rows  Nest[th  bain, a»t m piweoicomn»n«<-
ineut and increase in population ™>ild'
:!u ild. ns fur ns possible, be relumed in i.heDoininion of Canada,
which will be best effected by
tho early construction of such
railways, roads and public
works."
There follows an argument in
behalf of assistance from tlie
Dominion Ciov.oriunont, though
we must say, it reads strongly
in the .preamble to a public, bill.
The argument is that, tho building of the proposed railways will
efitisi'iiii increase of population
and thai "the addition of every
unit of population will give an
increase of revenue, both to the
Dominion and provincial governments, but iu a proportion of
approximately iwo lo one in
favor of Ihe Dominion as compared wilh Ibe province, while
the charges on tho province for
administration and collection resulting from sueh increase iu
population ure greater Ihan those
We write of  course   without' t.Borbrliiuo<tCo.
lull information, which discus-jUa""1A"ri,;"'11''*'
sion iiii  Ibe Hill  will  no doubt i ___   	
supply us. Ono of its good features is lhat it provides that, all
lands given iu aid of Railways
shall be sold ut iho same price
and same terms as Crown Lands.
Mr. W. fellow Harvey, of Vancouver, interviewed at Winnipeg,
said of East Kootenay, "they
have the groat North Star mine,
Willi an ore yielding l.'i to 50 per
eenl. lend, and from -hi to 30
ounces ol' silver per ton. This
ore is almost selMlttxing, Here
also are copper and coal deposits
of the Crow's Nest Pass, also
coal oil."
"What is tho quality of the
Crow's Nesl coal?"
"I have made a number of
assays of this coal, and am in a
position to say that it is as good
NOTICE.
Wo horoby itlve noiieo thnt sixty iluys nfter
iime, wo Intenil to tipply t« tlm Chiof Commissioner of Limits uml Wnrlis. Tor pt'rinlsslon to
pilroheso. su urn's ol luiul, moro or less, Sttirl-
IntMit li post soiuh west, imrnor of .Inlinston &
Oewnrs pre-innptioii.thenee Sd flnilnsniist.more
or less, thonco -tl eltnlns smith to Miiynti Lulie.
thenee till elnitns west tilone Moyen Cnlie.
thonno lid ehtiltiR north to pluee or commencement,
.lulm A, Christie ,\ On.
Dllleil April 2liil. I8W.
Ill
NOTICE,
COURTS of Asslao und Nisi I'riiis,
mitt uf Oyor unil Terminer uml General
(iimi Deliver}', will be holdon ut the
plums uml un the dates following, vlm-
t'it,v of Nolscii, on Monday, tlio 21st
iluy ut Juno, 181)",
Town uf Doiiuld, on Muniluy, tliu -Stli
day or June, 1811".
By Command.
JAMES UAKEll.
Pvonineiul Sevvctuvy,
Prnriiiviiil Secretary's Office,
Surd March, tsui. -in-
NOTICE,
is any iu Canada and far above
upon the Dominion and tin: ml-1 the average.'1
vantages to be reaped from tlie; ,
execution of such work's would; [t \s to be hoped that the
therefore constitute a strongLovetnont to secure aid for the
claim upon the Dominion for erection and maintenance of a
assistance," Hospital here will  be entirely
The amount of aid proposed to successful,   No outlying district
be granted is any sum up to but j„ t|1(, province bus greater need
not  exceeding S4.000  per  mile:  for a Hospital Ihan this, and Ihe.
and the railways it is intended peed  will  become more urgent    We hereby give notieo Unit  sixty
to aid on tho following! with the increase of the mining days utter date we Intend to urn.,'}' tu
From Pontioton to the Bound- population   and the consequent lhoi;,ll°' "-'•Jl**rato'''m ' hands and
ary Creek distriot, approximately greater chance of accident and P*'ks ,''"' ,|"'l'",Mlin "/ l""'''!1""1''."'
,       , ,,       , . , ui'i'i's uf Intnl. niiire nr less.   Sinning
one  hundred   miles  m   length: sickness among those who have,, slB(rat,|, we!t, corner of .lolitistoii &
Prom  Utile  Inlel  lo Quosuello, no homo friends to care for them Dowui's pro-empt'on, tlioneo itOolialns
approximately iwo hundred and when thus incapacitated. west, tlienee DO chains smith tu Moyeu
thirty miles:  I'Voni Ihe  coast   to —      Luke, theneeiin uhlllns,  mnn  less,
imrili rust ulung Moyeu Luke, thonco
Itin I'lmln* iini'lli in pin if commencement
"   '                                               ricorge Ask & Co,
„,  Dated April 2nd, 18117, ill
X"l|it:i»lint'i'lij iiivcii In iii-i'oriliuii',, wttll
the sumiii's iin„ pr,,, |n,,|U| Kuviiimo Ti,.v uml
llll tlllies lovleil llllller t|i,i (\»scM||||ill| \el lire
Iimi iliie for (lie y.'jir (Hltr.
All i'l llie iilmve miini'ii tnje« raliei'iniue
wllliln Hi.'I'lU'l Sleele mi |i,lo,| ,,| Kim| linol-
1'iiiiy ntsiili'iui'i' piiviiiili'in inv niUi'i' tu I'mt
Stoole
Assr.si'U l.u.'s ,ui'i"ll,','l,ilii,, „l lhe [ulloiv.
Ull'mil's vl.i
It until mi or tun,,v,' ,tiui.' :mni isn:
Tlll,,'l''tllllls HI  inin ll,', ,'i'IU nil Ui'iil I'rii-
lieriy
Til,MlU,l,n„'.||,i|| |ii'l i'l'li],n, iissessi',1,ul.
Ill itlu llll lllll I.
Uni'.liiill nl niie iiei eenl iiii norimitiil"|,ro.
lii't't.i
on so niui'ti ni Um iii,',,n,i'.s n| nny iii'ivmiiis
evi'i'i'ils one lllousitiiil ilnllii,.. in,, tnllowlluj
rut,', iimiiolj-: Upon kii.'Ii ,'M'i's', „| lii.'iiiui'
MlU'li Ilii'stun uiinl mure limn tun tliinisiiinl
iiii)luis line per cent; \,lu-u s,,,-t, i'V,v.s is ,,\or
leu iliniisiinil ilollni's nnil inn ninie iliiin livunty
llKiii.iitilltliilllirs one nn,l one uliiirior nf one
liot ui'iil. ,,'lii'n such i-^ivss is over tcouiy
tlimn.11,,1 ilollnrs, one lilui olio liull nl une por
eont
If paid on or afler Ibe 1st July
IS',17.
Knur.tltilis nl mu' per coin no l(ou||'pro-
liel'l.v.
Tliri'e m-i cent no llio nssi'ssisl mine ii, wllil
Illllll.
Tltroe-tonvilKi o| mi,, |.ii-r ceui nu Pevsoiiiil
property,
Oiisomuchoflliolticoinesofuii.v person us
CM'i'i'iK une tliousiinil ilullii,--. ilie (ollowilin
run" iiiiini'lv L'pon siii'li I'si'i's, when llie
i'is um mure lliuu ten tliousiinil ilollurs,
nud i,iii'-iiuiirti'r nf uni' per cunt: when slleli
'ssis ovev ten ihoustintl ilollnrs mul nm
more Willi twenty tliousiuiil ilollnrs, one nnil
oin'-lnilf of on,' in-ri'i'iu: when such excess is
liver tiventy tltiiiisuntl flolllll's une unit lliree-
liiiu'iei'sof one por eont,
Provincial Revenue Tux Jll.110 per ennitu.
C. M, MlnVAKDS,
Assessor and Collector.
Fort Stoole Feb. 23rd, 1897.    11-1
NOTICE.
Public Notice is hereby-given thut
ixty iluys after date we intend to tipply
to ihe Hun. tho Chief Commissioner of
Until* uml Works fur permission lu purchase inn, hundred und sixty liofes of
unoccupied Crown lunds situated on
Perry crook Eust Kootenuy, about ll
miles uliovo the old town, comtnuuutng
ut thu west eorner post running -10
t'liiilns east thence III chains north,
thonco 40 ehuins west thence 411 ehuins
south to thu pluco of commoncomoiit.
Dated December tilth, 181111,
W. J. A\'Bi,f.i-:it.
A, DOYLIS.
Tulle Notieo, Sixty iluys ufter tliile, I Intenil
tu upply to the Chief Commissioner of Lunds
nm! Works, tor permission to purohiixo ti cer-
inin pnrticl of stirveyeil Itind known us l,ol 4:t
In ill'ottp 1, iinilsltiuueilon Flnilltty Creek nhout
* miles from Ils tnoutll.
IMI.llAi'iix.
IJiitcil. (itiltleit. I1,C.  tilh. iluy Jitntinry. 1*111.
N Q TIC E.
LAND   ltHOlSTUY   ACT.
IN 'I'll,: MAT'l'KU UK AN APPLICATION t'nl,
A   nCI'l.ll'A'I'i:  I',' (.'KllTlftltATB n,' Tl'l'litl T
,'Aii't' (l.tln ucres) or ,.in".1itt. in ittlolll' ONK
(11. KIIIITBNAV IIISTIIIIT,
NOTICE IS IIEKEIIY OlVl'lN Unit ll k
my Intention nt the explrntlon nn une month
from the lirsl pnlillcntlon hereof io Issue ii
iluplleiiie of lhe Cortillcnto of Villa ut Willi
Wmle to the nlinvii lit mis ilutnil the e/.'nil Uny of
Ociolier ISIM unil nnnttiereil IS!li A.
I.i,tnl llenlslry Ollli'i'. Vletorln. Hrltlsh
Ci.liinilien.   Mtircli I tilt. I»»i.
S. V. WiiiirriiN.
Itcnlstrnrlteiierul uf Titles.
Cliilliwnck. approximately sixty
miles:
S'EW   ADVEKTISEMENTS.
Why is it that the Easl Knot
enay Railway from Golden to
Fort Steele lias been overlooked?
Aro not its claims and the claims
of this district as good ns those
of the road from Pontioton to
Boundary creek? Have ihere nm
been discoveries of as "e.vtraor
dinary mineral wealth" in Ibis
section as in Boundary creek dis
'lnys iippi,
" tvnnlnoi
Nti'i'irE.
(-,],. '    U'e lii'ivlij  ;'ii Hoi' Unit  slxly
I duys lift,',' ilnli', we liilunil lo upply In
■i- iliitt „i'ti iin;,. j Hu-''liii'f Ciiniiiiissiiini'i' nf EiiiiiIs und
i in uppl} in tin- Works Iur piirmlsslon lu |iiirchuse n
nl l.itml,,'. Works (ruction of html lying hotW'uen, Jul:
horobi glee
i- iluti'.  I  it
...of Commissi,!  	
tl"ict.    U'liHf is the reason  then /or pormlMton to punihiuro UIO ucres of ston Si  Dowur's' priiiitpfliiii uml  llie
that, the Legislature should baste lund In Eust Knolonu} District slluiitod nioiiiituln,   Slurtliifl ui it |iost north
to mn.ke  "itiiineiliale   and   ado- on ferry crock, beginning ut tho Inltlul eust cornor iifJoliiisliiii ,V Hewer's pru.
(iilttle provision" for siihsiiliziti"  l""' l'1"""''l"""" '"""' mil"" "h"v" ""' ""'I'1"'"' Ihoi inchuliis eust, Uuiiiwi
.,    ,,      , ,     ,  ,,    old "sliuft, thonco eust-in clmlns, thetioo liicliiiii,«w,oi.h. iln'ncc inriuiins wesl.
Ibe Hon uni'v creek and no     be      ,,, „,  ,        ,, , „,   ,  . ,,        ,„ ,., 	
lotith 4n ehuins, thence west In chnlns, Hu'iu:'' locliulns nui'tli in plm f com-
Port Steele railway also-  Tbe Kionco north-10chains to Inltlul post, nieiiecn t.
secret of il is Ibis: thul  there is iiuuvi UiUWriuy of April mm, H, M, llrklgcsiV cu,
W   ■ I  tltUVTH Dated April "n.i. I'i;.';. In
N 0 TI C E.
I.ANI,   IIU01STIIV   ACT
IN 'I'll,: .UATTKIt or AN .tl'l'l.li'A'l-luN  nut
a iiii'i.ii'A'ii: in- i'ion'ii''u'ATi: or titi.k t
I'aiit (l.wt uurosj ur i.n-11 :.'ihi, i.x uituui' uni:
III, lUIU'l'KNAV lUS'l'ltll"!'.
NOTICE IS 11KHIUIY OIVEN llinl ll li
my fnlentlnn nt the expiriillnn in une innntli
mini thu Ill's! pulillenlliin llci'i'nf to Issue it
tlltplll'tlto uf lliu cert illt'tilc uf line nt lli'iijninl
U'nlli'l' Julius to thu uliovo lunils iluleil llu- llllll
iluy or Oetulier islll. uml tiultitiereil Isfltl A.
I it   llc'hlry Olliee,   Vletorln.   British
Cullitllliltl,   Miireh lilh. ism.
S. V. WOO'I'TON
Uoidstt'ii rll oners I uf Titles,
NOTICE,
N 11T 11' E.
I hereby give notice lliul si\|j iluy*
lifter dnte, I Intend tu upply tu tin'
chief i'iiniiiiissiiini'1'iif Uiiulso.- Works
fur |iiii'iiiissiii|i i|i puiu'lmsi' unu hundred
uml slsly ucres uf |inu|. sHilillo In llie
ilistrli't nf Eusi Kiiiiliiiiuy mul iliM'illii'il
ns follows: Beginning ul n post planted
in the sniilhorii liiuniiliin ul l.m Nu:i2.'i
I lll,llll| elitiius uu*! hum the a, W.i'oriier
uf sniil lul. tlii'itui' suiiili i |li,l!l|| fnrty
i'liiiins, llii'iieeeliul i|ll.t)ll! furty i'liiiins.
lliiuiiii' iini'lli (4(1,1111) forty rliuiii, In the
une laile pnsl mi simthoim liiuiiitltiry uf
I,ut 1135, llieiii'i' tvesl (111,1101 (nrtyuiillliis
following suiilliepu liituiiiliii'j iilanlil lul
lo plUUP ill llligllllllllg.
l!,l„T,ll||ll'i'llillt.
H'tleil l-'eli, |i|li, ISli-,, ;v^
NO'l'ICE,
I liet't'liy give iioliee Hull, slyly duys
ilflor ilute. I liilunil In upply In llu'
Chief riiiiiiiilssiiuii'i'iif l.undsA- Works
for [lui'iiilssliiii In pui'i'liuseiiiii' liuiiilreit
nnd sixty iiures nf luiul siluute ip lliu
illstl'lct uf Ellsl Eliiileniiy.illlililiiseiiilieil
us follows: Bogiiuilng ut u posl plutitcd
on the wesl bunk "f the Kuutentiv river
illl.uil'fiii'ly eliiiins south from iliesiuith-
erii liiiiuidii)'}'of I,ul ,'I2,'i, thniiee wesl
(40,00) furly eliiiin*. Ihouco south i-lil.tiili
furl} eliuiiis. thonco ousl (40,00) forty
ehuiiis, llienee fnllowiiig western hunk
of Kootenuy river to pluoo of beginning.
.I.E.tliutiphi'eys.
Dated Fob, nth. ISUT. ':\'l
Tho Brttasli Columbia Southern liuil-
wuy Coinpuny will apply to the J'urliii-
tnent of Cnnudtitit its next session for
un Act, lutthorlaing il to issue bonds lo
the extent of Thirty Thousund dollurs
por uiilo of il* ruilwuy Including un extension from its Eastern terminus in un
Easterly direction to .Mueleod or it
point on the line of the Culgury nnd
.Mueleod Ruilwuy tnul theiico Eiistoi'ly
to Lothbrtdgo, und to mako such ngree-
ments' for conveying or lousing the
Company's ruilwuy und its rights und
powers us is usually givon to Jluihvuy
Companies in thoir Aots.of Incorporation, iiiid for other purposes,
(lenimill el- May.
Solicitor* for Applicants.
Ottawa, Jan, 20, 1807, 112 ,
NOTICE,
TAKI! Ne;t'U-K. sixty iluys lifter ilule. 1 Intenil
to upply tn the chief Commissioner nf Limits &
Works, for permission in piirehnsu n certain
pitreol nf surveyed lunl known us lol Nn. 75S.
Kronp I. sininle no t'ltullny Creek, Eust U'uut-
entiy,
L'. SAVEBKY.
Dated at (lolden, Fob, 2Brd,
1807. ill
NOTICE.
1 hereliy clve notice Unit SO iluys Ilflor (line I
intenil to upply to the Chief Commissioner of
luinils uml Works for permlsslun lo purchnsc
tun ucres of lund slliinte In Eitsi Kootonny und
dcserllii'd us follnws: llcilliltilltl.' Ill II post
plllllteil nn the Wesl tiiink nf the Iviuileuny
lllver iihiuil ntie mil • nhnve the mouth ol Hull
111 ver. Thenee III ehuins North thflnci"t(lcliuiii:
West theniii'in eliiiins Smith thenee III eluiln
Must tu post No I.
T. II. I„ FHNW1CK,
February 20th, lHtir. ill
Nii'l'ic:Is hereliy wlvt . thul sixty dny
ilflor tliito, I Intenil iu apply Id tliu Chief Coin-
missions!1 of Uniids uml Wurks. fur poriiilssion
lo puri'liusc tim iii'i'es uf lund nn I'ni'ry I 'reck
I'luiuneiii'lnii in WolloriiiiiI iniyte's s Wcornel
posl. tlluneli I'liuiiliie-i'i'liniiis north, tlienee lu
ullllllls wesl. llinl Ill eliiiins sniitli, tlietici' III
i'liiiins oust, tlii'iici'-in i'hiilns north lu pnlui of
i'liuiineni'i'tiii'tit.
M. .1. WAI.SII.
Ilnieil t'lirl Stoolo, Murcli'lnih. Isl'l.
lift ,; nifiie 'Une.-,' ,',,' li
NOTII'I''. IS  IIKIIMIIV IIIVKN  thul sixty
duys Ilflor dull' I Inli'iul lioipply lu llu-ctilil
I'mnlnlssl r nl 1,11 nils mill Wot'lls Vlclorlll,
Iur piTtulhsliin in puri'liusc inn ucres id Illllll un
Woll I'i'i'i'li Must Koiifi'iiuy. II. e. CiiinhiohultiK
ul llui.V. W rtli'i-sltuuli-nn llie slllllll  liliuli
illllll'lllmv ll; tlll'lu-i'  I'lltilliuit   I'i i'liiiins
ilisl; lliuneit III ullllllls smith: thenee III eliiiins
nesl: llietiee in i'hiilns niirlli to tlie pultll of
inn lii'i'ini nl.
W ,1  II. OOWI'XI,
llllll I (Ills ls| iluy nl  Iprll. t'll'i. ,11)
NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of
Koolenuy will lie hidden at Knot Stoele
ut the .Mining Itrcorder'sollleoonSutur-
iluy the 12th iluy of June ut III o'clock In
the foi'oiioiin, Summonses for the suid
Court euii Im procured from the llegis-
triir ut Donald,
lly order uf the Judge,
,l. E. Armstrong,
Registrar of the County Court of
Kootonny holdon ut fort Steele.       ;tn
NOTICE,
!''">KT  STKKUO   MiNINfj
ASSOCIATION.
I'konitu MnVlltle, fe-jltlfni,
O, s F'rlaull, i'i,.c      „     „
N. A, Wiillln»<i|i, „     „
U. (.'. Slllllll,
I .  I'.  \ I'lli'sln "irnnr,
Till' ri's'iiliir i,i,!ct|ii|;s „| U)n „,,„„.,,,„„„
will he hold un lhe |.s| i|iu| :t|,l Suli|rdtiy in
I'M'ry iiieuili.
All   pnssllilc   Inloriniiil,,,,   1,111   ni,  t,|rn|b|,,
eil   Iiy   llie   ,\ssn,-lii|lnn, upiin |,pp||i'|i||„i, |n
I'. !' Vi'll.islii,   So
I'm I   Steele   II.C.
Professional.
Ilugli Watt.M. U.,CiM,
.1/. c, /', S,, Ontario and British
t 'olumbia,
i.ati:   or  mi':   hovai.   nAltlBOO
l|OSI'll,l|..
I''okt Steele, |j. C,
THOMAS   McYITTlffi,
P.L.S. * C.E,
Fori Steele B.C.
//. /.. CUMMINS.
P. L. S. tt C, E,
Port Steele B.C,
,1. .1. Lamont
Contractor and Builder
'Fort Steele, B. C.
»'    Mrs. E. .1. HIGIIWAROEN.
Fashionable
Dressmaker,
Next Door lo Barber Shop,
I lii'i'uliy give notice, lliul. llu duys
after duto, I Intend lo apply to I lie Hold
Coiuinlssliuier ftirii llei'iise in sell Inline' hy I't'liill nu the premises known us
tlli'tll'liml I'i'llll'ltl lintel.
lli'iirge U'titsiiu,
liiiinil iliis 2ami .in, nf March, isn",
 THE	
CASSE.LL   GOLD   ENTRACTING
COMPANY, " IM"
OF GLASGOW
THE MacA HTHUR-FOUREST
( CYANIDE PHOCESS. )
.If/iters niid others leantimj on- treated hy
thr Cyuiili Process should snid samples to
lhe. Ctiiuulitin rejiresentailvc,
W.PEI.I.EW.IIAUVEV.F.CS,
Assay Office tt Metallurgical Works.
VANCOUYEH B.C.
FORT STEELE,
a s s a y  o i? P I c v,.
Port Steele 13,0,
Gold,   Silver,   Copper";    l,otid,
Etc, at prices to suit Iho times,
A trial respectfully solicited.
All work will  receive prompt
attention,
ll'. Pcllcw. Harvey, F. O, S,
I ,1/iiu, Fed. Inst, M it M E. |
Assay Office it Metallurgical Works,
Vancouver P. O,
Mill lists uiiiili nn unreels nf ore up lo
1,000, IMs in irelyhl,
Pi-inni'l I'lliivns, niid til-eii I'ltrmpaeru lilt ill, (P.llllOl'llll.
The Crow's Neat
Railway.
Outside of the wearisome Mar
those - chiefly our own residenls
who know nud hnd faith in the
immense   possibilities   of    the
Kootenitys and the absolute no-
ct ssily for the rond.
I'ul was nol the ('. P. R. sonic
■? P. A
w
orn
itobti School Question, no subject what lo blame Cor this stagnation
has received moro general dis- and dolay? Certainly, [or it op-
eussion in tho newspapers of tlio posed the B.C.Southern at every
Dominion limn tho Crow's Nest stop of its attempted progress,
Railway, Bul il has been only \'' opposed the oponing up of the
since the extraordinary mineral j country by  railways comiug in'.
■ In    il.southernBritishColuni- from the south. II would neither|
■ leoaino known to the world build into tho soulli country it-i
thfough the push, energy and self nor allow others (not undor
shrewdness of American miners Its control) to supply ils needs,
that this interest was manifested. H made one magnificent spurt,
and il was scarcely manifested however, when the province
then until il became evident that buill for it tlie celebrated Nakusp
T
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Is /
the rich trade of the Kootenay
mining towns was being drawn
& Slocan, thereby almost killing
the Kaslo & Slocan.    It kindly!
to the eilies of the adjoining accepted the road and agreed to
states—and that once running in operate.it. Il would have done
these channels, it might never the same for the Nelson & Fort
be recovered by Canadian houses.
All at onco it wns realized that
something   must bo done lliul
the coal of the Crow's Nest region in list be transported directly
to the mines and smelters in the
Kootenays; and that an effort
must be made to divert the trade
from foreign to home channels.
Almost simultaneously the agitation began, east and west the
Sheppard. it would even now
consent to run the Eed Mountain
road, and would considerately
relieve Mr Heiuze of liis narrow
gauge—and his proposed extension to Robson: That has been
its policy all along. Let others
build and give, and the greal | sk
corporation will magnanimously
operate.
Is there to ho a departure from
TIIK SUHVEVOttS CHAIN MAMS IT Till; SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
ll is tlm uuisl iiiiuli-i-ii iu equipment; it is tin- heaviest railed line:
it has u rock ballast roiidbeil; it crosses nn sunil deserts; il ivtts  buill
nil limit ii luiul grunt in- "iivi'i'itini'iil aid: il is noted fur courtesy nf its
employes; it is llm only lino HCi'ving mollis ou the a lu carle plan.
TIIIKU'llll THE IlKAXUKST SrKXKKV IX AMKIili'A
11V   DAYLIGHT.
fur PORT STEELE uml tlm EAST 1COOENAY MIXES,. Week ly
Stage from Kalispoll,   Steamboat communications from Jennings
during Slimmer.   Qnlukost uml Best route tn ull parts nf llie United
Slates, Eastern Canada and Europe,
Si
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ti
<i i
4i      Teachers   HIGHLAND   t'UKA.M   is  perfection   of   Scotch   'i
Eur maps, tickets and complete ui formation cull or address
nearest, agent or
(.'.(!.DIXOX.Genera! Agent,
Spokane   Wash,
E.[.WHITNEY. G. I', nnil T. A.
St. I'ittil, Minn,
if   Scotch 7i
Whiskey, ,is evinced by lhe immense demand from India, ti
Australasia, The Slates nnd Mexico. '/
%      Largo  sbipiiienls  ol'   uiunuys  lo  arrive  direct   ftinn /
i   Prance; also gins fr tho manufacturers. /
coast cities clamoring for a rail- this line of policy in lhe case of
way from the Const lo the Co- j ""-'' Crow's Nest road'' We nre
luinbia and tlie eastern cities as I told thai the company has decid-
eagerly crying out for un extern- I'-'d to go on with the road  even
siou from Lethbrldge to Ross
land. It was all Kosslnnd Cor a
time, No otlier section ot tho
Kootenays seemed to be known
ill the east. Tin1 rich silver mines
of the Slocan were hardly mentioned, and nothing whatever
seemed to be known of Eust
Kootenay. Those who had hoard
in the district, thought of it only
as a future coal mining region,
or u placer camp worked out and
abandoned nearly a quarter of a
century ngo. But here u lew of
strong faith had worked on for
years amid many discouragements and in an isolation hardly
broken by the building of Hie
C. P. K., while in later yours a
handful of venturesome spirits
roamed over our mountains or
burrowed in our rocky defiles
till the long hidden wealth of the
district wus revealed lo an astonished world, and the clamor lor
the building of u railway into
southern British Columbia became if possible more earnest
and continuous.
Well, we shall have a railwuy
soon; but might we not have had
it yours ago? Certainly: bul
tho first blunder wns made,
when, ttl'ter the foolish abandonment of the route by the Yellow
before—or even without—secur
ing a subsidy from lhe Dominion.
Generous company I II can well
afford it. Controlling the charter
of the B. C. Southern and its
land grant—tt right, royal domain
—it could build tho road from
the mountains to lhe sen and add
to its riches in doing it. Will it
curry the road through lo tho
coast unaided? Wc doubt it.
The land subsidy to the B. C,
Southern ceases now at the Columbia. That's where the C. P.
R. will also lose its new found
energy—only, wo. suppose, completing lirst the loops to Revelstoke and Vernon. Our friends
at the const will therefore, wo
fancy, havo to put their own
shoulders to their own construction ears and push Ihem on lo
Rossland; and then they may
pray the shrewd Sir "William to
graciously consent to send an
occasional train through the
Hope mountains iustond of by
the Yule canyons to the coast.
An independent rond from tho
const cities to the interior would
be u good thing provided the
constructing company were
financially strong enough to operate it with vigor and us a true
competing road. Otherwise the
government of tho Dominion hud
Head Pass, tho Syndicato wa
refused tlio privilege of building battor '" conjunction with lln
Un nigh this easy southern Puss, government of the province luce
**M*.*.*M.*****.** ******** ***
IFor The Fort Steele Mines.!
¥, %
*, , *
* *
| UPPER COLUMBIA NAVIGATION AND TRAMWfly GO. Ltd. |
£ And   The %
INTERNATIONAL  TRANSPORTATION  GO.
TIME   TABLE   1897,
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ft
H FORT STEELE AUD JENNINGS ROUTE, NAVIGATION EXPECTED    "^
1| TO OPEN lOlll, OF APRIL, AFTER 1st OF MAY, HOATS WILL LEAVE   W
* DAILY,   ( EXCEPT SUNDAY, ,                                                                       E
i *
$ Finer Steele nnil Golden Route. Until tho oflonlng of Xuvi.-u-   i^
\% -ft
i !l"n- stage will leave Fort Steelo evory Tuomluj' morning urriv-   "*[
■$■ Ing ut (iiililcn  I'Yiiluy evening, nnil leave Golden  2 p.m., every   £.
fc
Tuesday, arriving ul Kurt Stoolo Siitui'ilay morning
.s. After .Muy, isl. Stcamor  will leavo Goldon  I u.ni, Tuesdays uml "*I
ge Fridays, eonnocttng irftlifStugo al Adolu, and arriving at Fort Stoolo -Sf
"** Thursday und Sunday afternoon, and leavo Fori Steele, Tuosdttv "^
arc , „ . *
.v' and I'l'iiluy mornings, und arriving ut Goldon Thursday and Sunday *
'^ afternoon. j)£
& V- P. ARMSTRONG,   MANAGER, #
* *"#
because lor a transcontinental
and Botnl-imporial line, the
Crow's Nesl lay too near tho International boundary,    ll wus n
pioco of folly;  but tl ouutry
had not, in lhe beginning of the
eigbiies i|uilo forgotten tho Fen-
Ian escapades of tho later sixties;
und public opinion, having tolerated one grievous mistake, was
nol greatly roused over tuiolhor
though il added so much lo the
e question squarely and niitki
the best terms possible with the
C. P. I!, for tho construction und
operation of the entire southwestern rond: which terms must
bo jusl to tho public us well ns
tho company und uuisl include
tho right to regulate llie freight
ant! fare tariff,
Victoria Assay Office
and
Metallurgical Works.
28 Broad Street Victoria IS. C.
(im,i>
I.K.UI
COI'l'EK
$1.01).
$1.1111,
$11.1111.
Othe
(iOL-U iX SlLVEII $1,.",!!.
I.K.'il) & SILVER $l..",ll.
gold, Silver ,v l'oitkii    -$.'i.uu.
hi   Application,
CROW'S NEST PASS COAL,
Chlot'lniittiin tests ii|i tu '1 tons.
I'm Is uf ore in, to i'i Ions .-tun
Mill tests tl|i In lo Inns.
Cyanide tests up lu J tuns.
lied with iiiiii'i'. and charges uf iriinsporl paid
Mnv Cui Coke tiii?"! nor Ton.
1 Al.l.  SAMPLES   I'Kti.MITI.V   ATTKN-DISIl  'I'd,   AND   HIVI'I'IINKD
lirsl cost of Ibe line niid |ier|ietn-   ,, ,    ,, ,        ,,
ally lo its operation, while so Kl'',: Connollsvlllo-Canacllaus|   l'"*1"-'»» «"«««*'
llttlo of the province was lln'iv-
Iiy opened up, h wns only dimly
known In thoso days that thoro
were rich coal lieltls in  Ibis  sei
Montreal, March HO   A.sample     WITH  dispatch
of colto recently made from coal'	
tion of the  province:   bul   what il'<»» Ibe Crow's  N'esl   IW  "'% ^sw^iSl»„TOaTO^^
wus their valuer    Almost nolh-1 tho Oiiiuidliiti Rocklos, has reach- fr ..».»-•. •.-•. «y
ing,    The coal   was  not  needed
ut the Const    thoro was plenty
there, and it could not be hauled
eastward to competo with   tho
Pennsylvania coal, lint jusl think,
hud tho  railway   been carried
through by the southern route,
Ihe   wonderful   wealth  of   tho
;:;:::Lri;r;,rsJ dalgardno house. *
it is fully ('(iiiiiI.if not suporior.to >» i
ul made at Coitnollsvillo,   Mr. \'t
lUllgliuessy,    viee-presidelll   ul'!],*
tho  Canadian   Pacilic  railroad, IS
claims lliul wilh the Crow's Nest "J
Pass cm off buill by themsolvosj 1
Kootenays would have been re I tho Canadian Pacific will bo able |
voided Ion  years sooner;    I to supply  all ibe 1'iirnacus  iu||
and perhaps  c  or lillie of British Columbia wllh Ibis eoko|i
the trade thnt is now losi lot'an-1'''1 P-' I"'1' ton, us against a cosl ol'jS
atlit would  Imvo gone  lo  tho Sl" at tho present thr.o, \t,
soulli. Uni tho charter of tho Al ('n';'' WuA\n, Minit,, coko |
Uriiish Columbia Southern'- lodny coslsSH 1.00 por ton, With »
or iis preilecsfor the Crow's ooko ill K> Shnugliiiossy UilnkA x
Nost & Kootenay bus boen in' that a groal dual of ore in the 'I
existence for nine years, bul Mil l^nllocl Status will  be broughl f,
now no cnpltallsls would louch inloC Hun furiiiicos, Vlolorialft
it.   Ii i'e,i.;.;i:,'d in ibe hatidB ol Times
PORT  STEELE B.C.
Now under the management ol*
R. D. MATH BR.
Hs a large ami attractive Hotel
of quiet elegance in all lis
appointments, with n
amino of superitir
excellence.
Special rules Iiy tho inoutli
„■»,!.« „.»*«. »*»«,».
I
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\   irom The Distillei'ios of Messr's Wm. Teacher ,v. Sons,
Clasgow, Scotland, X. I'., i
e
fl
I
.Inst reeoived I   A Shipment of li.'i.OOO Ore Stieks, Tar Sewn, 1-1x211,   fl
^   Hi tiz.   Quality euiiirnutccd,     t'riee $!iO,Otl per 1(100, CASH.   Speeial quo-   (,
tiittons for large lots. ,,
I
In. HANSON. 1
£       GENERAL MERCHANT        |
I A N D 1
£ zs
£ LIQUOR  DEALER. 3
**^ -ZZ
| Manufacturer of I
1       all kinds of        1
B A IgM-ge assortment of 3
£ 3
B seasoned lumber and shingles "3
Kr ZS
%ri constantly on hand. 3
I Dimension Timber a %%\i%\ 1
WASA, b. c.
zs
fimmmmmmmM'^uuMmimmmmi
I'nvTiiiTiiimniiiinTinniTnn'iiiiTiTTniTiinnnnfimrnmTnnTiminniiiTnimnniinng
I Twentu years oi -Active Business 1
A- ii Dniu'irisl in Onttirio, Miniituljii uml lliu Kqrth West Terrlto
uis iinni.-- my until" uml lubol tliu synonv I" honosl sorvico,
TO-DAY
I   AM   nl'lTTEH  Ki.H'Il'I'Kli THAN   KVKIi   liKFCiilK,
e .Nn Drug Stores in ll
e"  viilti" in Its eustomcrs,
or eilies eun give better skill or better
i
A. W, Bleasdell.
t    PIOXEEH Hlirtii.lsT in-' k.i-t KoOl'BNAY. |
I 1
C'liiiiiiiuiiuiiiiuuiiiiiiuuiiiiuiiuiiiiuiiiiuwjuiiiiiiimuiiuaiiuiiiimiuuuuuuJ
Tlie Mission store,
G eneral
Merchandise
The Hijjthcsl  Price Paid  lor Pih'n,
T.  LOVE.
til ,r  tic
MM \
News  of the   Province. "W''1'0'1 ""' surface rights i.'uiildl    London, April 0.   Offtoitil
  hi' used,  Inil  a mine ur  claim
—~ owner had tt right to ojeqt any-
(..OLDh.v one ha saw Hi from  his ininoral
_ ~~ i      location, and could prohibit, if
Our    special    correspondent ,   ,.
'        ,     ,     ,'. : necessary, people Irom setting a
writes thai on the breaking  up ,,
. ,,     ,     'foot un  iin property.
ul tho camps of the Goldon Laim-. l    !     '
ber Company the population ol
tho town   was  temporarily   in '       ALIENATED  LANDS.
creased by about Iwo hundred	
an 1 yel there w is no row lyisui.
Must uf iin' men attended ctmrcl
tho  following   Sunday.      Tin
trains from the west have beei
blocked for several iluys by in
avalanche in Albert Canon.   Th.
Rev. Mr. Glassford. Presbyteriai
minisicr is leaving for Trail; run
Watch j Clock "■•"' Jewelry
niiii was made this evonlng of ,  .
lliu   statot I   from Constanti- Repairing.
noplothat  lhe  British  ministor     ia tho best stylo of the trade,  Mail
at Athens bus been instructed to and  KxprcsH  urders receive  prompt
make pacific ovorturos lu Greece niiontlon.
wilh   a   view of  enabling   that   cam.  ct'o.v  mi: oitositk the
| country to extricate herself [rom coi.uat.iw   uousu,
I her prosont dilemma.
llu;'  Mi-. Martin  presented :i |
'turn le the Legislature show-
in':   jl)  'I'lit.'  luiul amount uf1
iu! conveyed or alienated, ur in
roi ess of alienation, under the
CUBAN   SITUATION    NOT
IMPROVED.
Ihn ma,   April  li.    I .a   Lucllll
john McMillan.
n unni m.i ti   txi, ii„ M i ii,
GOIU.SN   /•'.''.
\ cut fur Ui" I'ltiunllitn Ass,,., „„,i
iioittnn Works Usuysiuul ii'.-niiiii'iii
arc* done ullh llm   ■!-.-,,(.--1  oxpiull
nsists editorially that ilisugri
nents   by   lhe  insurgent   com- l;"! liu! u'ioiitlii,' mrui'iicy,   full i
Island Railway Act of  PA '.uni  mutidors ami  lhe revolutionary write for ftirituu'purUctilurs,
other  ''ail'A'uv aid   land  gr&nl jnata ai   New  Ymi;  havo  ao
nets;   .:'■   iin'   total  nutubei   ul  special  significance al   present,
It is reported that the Rev. Arch as the two sections have In'  nu
deacon McKay will shortly  re   :i 'Imoans   always  been  in accord.     UEMPSEY   A   GRASKK'K.
move, to Fort Steele. The Golden " i;" : The paper adds:
and   Port   Steele   Develo] nl     The returns showed "Su    r as I ■     ■ *,*-™',l,S
Co. has been organised hero with " ', ' !''. ,. '     V'r.^'{
,',lj upon the chagrin of its    C( ).\ TIL 1 C'l\ )I\'S
lies     Ur hit neither opti i
isti      or pessimistic,  but  we AND
ri Sheppard, 03.(580 aer •    ■    ■■ sincerely thai affairs are
* .,', „„„   | gi- ncres ll'" .-"litis '" il"' direction  many
ll cil!
McNaught is president and ma
uger.
i oliiinuia
l.Al't
A provincial paper publi
tin.' story that a deposit ui
clay,  similar to that   'nun
South  Africa,   has   been
covered   in Cariboo, and   i
small diamonds hav be ■:.
in it.   Is Cariboo so long
brated for its  gold to in i
noted too for its diamonds''
TING RA1
"WaUIINKII    UN   Nil',!
\ :„ „ l people believe and  hope.   The
! situation cannot be regarded as
THE APPEAL TO HOME.
The following extract from the
ipeal ol certain Liberal M. P's,
referenc    to the conduct uf
- . 's of lhe K. C. Church in
ibec, iu dealing with tin' Man-
i -.'".iio! Question, arc worth
BUILDERS.
Purl   Steele   B.C.
«■  MCLEOD &G0-
Contractors »»ti Builders
Northi
We get  ilu' following  from j atton at prese
The Rosslandor: are now cutti
John A. "Todd expects to leave business.
fur lite  new town uf  Wardner nominally
Thursday, where he will engage "'
in the hotel business." Also this: "'
",)as. P. Wardner left  I'm' Now M'limod is doing tin cut
York by way of Spokane Mon- P'esult ^ the same.   Tin
day.    Hogooson business con- llu! Canadian Pacific have been
nocted with Hi.,  new  town  of k°l by the other three lines and, ^.iavoug siu 0ut of a purely po-
Wardiicr, where 1 xpects t0 ni some instances are lower than ji,i,ai ttct) there is an ubu.se of
locate on his return west." rates thai have been  granted, authority, of which th'; conse-
To protect its own business, the cpionce cannot but he /.lul. not
The Li'K'i.i Company has de  Canadian Pacific is also cutting. ""':•   to   constitutional liberty,
dared    another    dividend    "l>n„. ,,„„ wal. ,,;ls „„, ,ct extend- ba' to rehgl0n ltself*
I ar be it from us tu refuse lo
'"■:,.'- ergy the pleutitude of civil
'■   -'■ ri    tnd political rights.   The priest
T   ■ .;   - i citizen and wu would not fur
■   . ., -';■,-'; ■ instant deprive him of
."".'   ..    thi   ight of expressing his opin-
-   on any matter submitted to
11   '*-   ls,the  electorate,! hut   when   the
iag the exercise of that right developes
rales of into   violence,   uml   when   that
v,' been violence, in tlie name of religion,
i to the extent of making a
S2ii.00(l,  making in nil  lo dale
s-i'lTii 1.1 tut i.
VERNON
■ ■ii Hi othor points in Canadian
territory, where tin' Grand
Trunk ami llie C. P. ii. still have
friendly working arrangements,
11 n\i ri in: mui shop  woiik
A  SPECIALTY.
First Glass Work Guaranteed.
Shop Opposite lite For! Steele
Printing Office.
PORT STEELE MEAT CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALEUS
IN FRESH MEATS OP  ALL RINDS.
■—•
■—•
e Mountainl
—■*
*•** >*•
**" -**
1     HOUSE    1
E 3
1       Fort Steele B. C.       1
E WILLIAM  FOIISYTIl,   PHOPHIETOII. 3
E 2
"*£       This is um' uf lliu bosl  ii|i|iuiiitt'il  Hotels in the      ZS
St -~"•
ST. Port Stoele Dis'tl'ict. ZS
ST. ■""•
B zS
£■' Evory   room   \*   comfortably   furnished. ZZ
gE   Wlu'ii you visit Port Steele vou will miss it ii'youcloiU   -^
•- ^5
£;: stop nt   tin1, ~3
I    Mountain House.    1
BALE & SCOTT
GontraGtors & Builders.
Fort Steele B. G.
Estimates furnished lor the erection of
Concentrators, Smelters and Stamp-mills.
All work promptly attended to.
And now il is Vernon lliul is
having ilu' gold Cover iu consequence u1' u [lieeu ul quartz hav-
iu; li' '-ii brought inlu town with
". ■ ul \ i.,iiili' nil through ii." The
ledgo is iiliuiii lour milt'., from
lown,
GREECE    AND   TURKEY,
SHOUTING POi: WAR.
Alliens. April ti- Great enthusiasm wns iiiuiiifi'sieil here today
during the fetes organized to
celebrate lhe anniversary uf the
I drain un in I'-. ! uf llie hide-
I'hc value ot the mineral ox- I,oml' tec of Greece fri
fliiiiounyieiii
Wu lulu' pleasure to uiiiuiiini'i: the
opening of our New .Ikwki.hv Stoue,
WATCH IMPAIRING, is u prime
feature with us-, nnd all workontriiBteil
will t'l'i'i'lvi' 1-iiti'full attention.
Sl'Kl'I.M.   ATTENTION   GIVEN   'I'll
Mail OUDHlts.
li. L. BETTSCHEN,
I'UlSIl WaTCHMAKKII tt JEW151.EK.
rs 1.1
liorted from West  ICoolunay  for *n,u*'    ' ne 1,,n! """"'' - * golden,
lln- mouth ul  March  is about lbo TO>'111 rnmily' accompanied by
S^tiii.iitiu;    for  lliu   lirsl    three ll iuisters and all lihii court —
months ol* year, Si.iJ0.800.     und other otllpials of Athens, at- ..,,,,,,,,
tended religious ceremonies at JOHN A. MOODTi,
lhe  cathedral,   where    the  To  —	
The smelter will soon be ub]
lu treat 2511 tons of ore por day.
There is it rmiior thai  the C. Deum was sung.   The King- re-1      uritikii   COLUMBIA
P. R. hits secured au option on "' ■ i . ,\'t ■ :;•„ >.
tlm Xi'lson & Fori Sheppat'd and
Spokane Pulls & Northern Rail
way.    The price is said  to be
i- ;„,;, i, scribed "Hurrah for war."
There  was  another   po]
... isl ation   in   front   ol
KAMLOOPS ...        ,       numbers nf I    LoNliON. ONTAIll
il ii great ovation during his
,■.:■■ to and from the cathe-
and the minister
tin    hi' nnil  thi'  liiinislers   ... <,       . ...    .
!mU,ith |mHata ..MmcsAndMimng
Stock Ajsei-sit,
riiHlfl'.Sl'ii.\'!l|.',Ni'l''.   Slil.lt ITKll.
laim uu fun! tl
rom town.
The Sentinel s
horses utti u wun ~i:uk
displayed, anitj
Weekly delivery lo mining camps in tlu
Norlli Slur and Wild Ilor.it Districts.
HOUSE £■ CATTLE DEALEUS.
Address all communications to
ROBSON & SUCKSMITH.
VKGUTABLES &  KAII.M PRODUCE
of ull Kinds lit tin-
PHILLIPPS BANC HE.
 * ,
A  few   pairs of pure Pekin Diiuke
$11,00 per pair.    l,euvu ordors with
ROBSON .1. SUCKSMITH.
If   you want   the   prime
DAIRY   PRO DUCK,
All machine niai'lo on factory
principles.   Come lo
Mr. T. FENWIGK,
Port Steele B.C.
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY
Hot And Cold Baths
Washing & Meiidiiia,
BEflTTY'S
rKl.KHUA'l'Ktl
DANIELF. BEATTY, Washington
New Jersey.
Tho National Matte Smelter.
A practical, cheap and simple
method of matt iur; sulphide ore,
ORGANS AND PIANOS | ^ "s nicko1' c^}\ "okl illlt1'
silver ores, in localities where
Por Catalogues, Address | load ores and fuel are scarce and
almost unattainable, our pyritie,
wuier jacketed Matte Smelter
has been recognized with highly
satisfactory results, und has.
been thoroughly tested on various pyritie, sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to 80
tons per day. It is tho simplest
method of gold und silver oro
matting, and concentrating that
is known lo-day,
tiilliiiis, .>;{?,uu up, Sunt
PI \ \T0^ I'liiiiu rs iviimi'il. Ciltnlilglic
I lAl>Un   |.-reCi    AilJri'HS.   llllllllll   P,
lli'iiuy. Wnsliiiialiiii. N. ,1.
I'lli mis, S'J'J.s,llll up Siu'ii I'liiii-
HROflN^ "'rs ivinili'il. CtlliiioBuii l-'l-cc.
■JllunitO   Ailiinssliitiiiill'. Iliiiltv, Wnslt-
Inptiin. N. ,1.
UEAII'Y'S Ol'pus $11.1,00 up.
*t.r,f\ C\OC\ Stun I'ltltitiTsivntiU'il. Aililfi'ss
OUU^UU  nr,'nil, Blllllol !•'. lli'nll.v, U'nsli-
illKtllll, Ml'W.ll!l'Sl!.V.
Beattu's
$as
Oroans S!
iii<nii
001
iters
. Wi
Up.
'llllll,
'llll. 11
slilnul
Slpn
1,   Ad-
inli-l K
in. N.,1
i.'i.usiicil un tho    THOMAS   McNAUGIIT
i   .
Patrioticspcoch-1      Mining Broker,! Mrs, Lewis.
(i'Tinniiv ami Austria
MINERS'SURFACE UIGHTS  on tho French and  Rnssian le
  ations the Greek flag was limit
Financial Agent.
IIWI \ VM.tU AMI N'OTAHV  I'l 111.1(1,
M\m Hospital!
li.'fur- His llu  'I.'':-'' Forln '
ai Niiv Denver 'ii" casi "' Palo
it-u vs,  Harris    ■ I ii •!    ivolvi-d
tho fight!" of ii mine or clairif|'
owner was tried, Paloricu claim   l'"'iili'"i- "' the. itisUtncfi ul  llu
ing tliat Harris   had   tu.  legal '"';'"' ' n asked to arbitrfiti
right lo collect rent  from him '"' ,:' sli"n'
whilo he was a tenant on mineral     Rome, April fi,   li issemi'Ofll ;
proporty held by tho latter. The tciallj  announced  that   the ml      mjih. K. It, AViiiinnit,'Miuiiifc'i
iludgmonl uf tho court  was \>,e mirals of Iho foreign lloets  ii
J.J. QUIN LI VAN.
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
AN I)
WHEELWRIGHT,
-"ii' will, ilu- nation
ranee and Russia.
A rumor is in        kau.sit.u.. Montana. Horse-shooing A Specially
.lui, I,.'ti' iimi ilu' king of
.1. It. Kmli'.i'i'i. Ilili'Kt'TUIW.
W. A.C.' -ml  \
GUSH ior FUR.
llu-ili'fi'iiilnni    lull oiii-bu ofiCretiin   waters huvi   completed
I he case ,1 udgn Forin made some i tliu  plan iur  Hu-  liloeliade of
• forwarded il to
::uvii'iilii.'lils lul'
it,,','  decided   iu
I'ulK'iit- Iiiiiii fi'i-i  SI,'>'li', unil  III
iiii        ".ill   Iii'   I' I villi III I'l'IISIUIIllll
teg,   i'lii'l'i'ii  iiinih In;
remarks about   surfi   rights. Greece am
Iii- suiil tlu remighl boa rpieslion their r :sp
between ;i inliii' owner .'nul ii" appro1 ill
'•',-i'i'it  OS  lo  tli"   i '' i -   '      ':  t    '   ■  '
niiii rniiiii'iiotl ai, our BXliensd
iirkics iire not, satisfactory.
Mrs, E, R. Webber. M,lllil(|t;r. smith,Humikhy;
K'.\I,ISI'I'',I'I,   MONTANA
saaBiOO up.   siitu
'c Phllnc   t'nli'li'i's ivinili'il.    Ail-
O I IUIIU6  ,|i,..s,.,. mu. iiniili.l K.
lll'llll.,. Wilslitiiiltijti.N,.!.
James Highwai'den.
'I'uilMlrlul     A rl 1st.
Shaving h llaircutting
l.torylliluil  Ni'itt ,v  Clou,,,
FRtbMflN Wm GEftRy.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.
I'lii'l Sic'uli.' B.tJi
SAUDI,K .i; PACK llOIISKS.
I'liAAIlNU 111-' Al.l. KINIIS A SI'KCIAI.'I'i
JOHN WEIGHTMAN
LIVELY,
FEED, AND
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel Mont,
I'lirl.li'H lu tnul Inliii t'lii'f Sli'i'li'
trill flttil Uml tins' in lliu lii'st I'll"'' lu
Ii'iivu llii'ii' ului'li   uml  "liiiii tiu'.v
KiVtirsldo Muni   ■„„
It requires no extraordinary
skill, nu lend ores, no fluxing
materia1 undnoiiiol for lliosmel-
ter after il is started. The sulphur in lhe oro is its natural
fuel only, ami Its cost has no
comparison with any other process ul concentrating,
We ure prepared lu furnish any
size nr capacity plant complete
to substantial milling people, set
11 "I'und furnish our men lo nm
il fur llit'tn tm easy  paj ills.
Prices ami specifications, wilh
references nnd leslinnmiiils on
application.
NATIONAL 11111; ,( HKIll'i'TlON i.'o,
Jliiiiiiiiii-tiii-iTs ,,r Parmuu for Nluiici, (.'u|i|ii.ri
Unlit, siivi'i'imii LoiuiOposj
I'Ki.isKuim ,,.vi, aiNTiuimiiu cm
EQUIPMBNT   OF   CIIBMIOAIj
ItEDUOTlON tt'OHKH.
ST,  l,Ol.t|S. Ml).
Yee  Lee,
Veotitiiibles & Farm Proiliiiii'.
ul all kinds at reasonable iiriees,
Opposilu the Motitilaln IIohmm.
I'',iil  Sluule II-I',

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