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C'O/^/^tE/?    A/u/i> LEAP.
Vol.1.
THE   PROSPECTOR,  FORT    STEELE    B.C.
THE   VOTERS    LIST,.. ._
We pUbliah the following list of voters,for the
polling dlatriot of Port Steele.    And we think
that  it comprises the names of all the voters
that are in the polling district,and some that
are liated,but reBide in neighbouring polling
places,  that may possibly vote, The official
list has  147 name a,many have left the oountry,
and the names of many that have died,"many years
ago','find a plaoe on the list. WhilO BUttiy others
lose their right of franchise On aOOOttnt of the
Incompleteness pf the official list*
' In compiling the following list we haw left
out all all namea of parties that at*9 not in
the district.
Bailey.William.H.
Baker.James.
Baker. V.H.
Bale.David.
Bale.F.A.
Blatchford.Wm.
Bloomburg. J.B.
Bornaia.J.B.
Bossee.William.
Bott.W.J.
Bradford. W.H.
Branchand.S.A.
Brown. J. J.
Burns.life.V.
Campbell. Glen.
Carlin.Wm,
Clarke. Charles.
Cleman.C.3.
Cochrane.T.H.
David sod.Walter.
Dawaon.Wn.
Dean.W.A.
Dempaey .Robert.
De we r. Robert.
Dodd.John.
Dole. Lemuel. R.
Doull.Wm.
Fenwick.A.B.
Fenwick.T.H.L.
Freeman. F.L.
French.Wm.
Hanson.Nila.
Hoggarth.George.
Leighton, Thos.
Levett .John.
Levett .Charles.
Lockwood.Harry.
Mather .R.D.
MoGee.W.S,
McKay,J.G.
McKinlay.James.
MoNell.John.
McTavlsh.A.
MeLeod.Angua.
McVittie.Thoa.
Moore.Roger.
Parker.E.C.
Parry .Edward.
Phillipps .M.
Pugh.Ben,
Quirk.Pat.
Roberts.T.L.
Rob son. Thoa.
Sixk Smith. John.
Sullivan.Jere.
Sundin.Erio.
Walling er.N. A.
Willmot. Percy.
Woods.F.W.A.
Galbraith.R.L.T.
Ooldie.George.
Goodridge.Vftn,
Griffith. David.
Grasaiok.Johhi   '
.Total 67.
•-Of the liat of names absVe,poasibly 55 will be
counted.
In osinparing the above list with the offloial
list, it tells its own tale of diafranohisement;
it should be the duty of the Member eleot.to see
that his constituencies afforded proper registration as aoon aa possible.
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Dont forget to attend the Mining Association
meeting to night.
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The election for the House of Commons, will be
held Oh the 83rd of June,and the Nominationa on
the 16th cf the same month.
SATURDAY, MAY    16 th,  1896.
No.29.
FORT    STEELE.
Port Steele is now growing, and It is expected to build up to a fair sized town this
year. Fort Steele as a mining oentre,19 attracting oonaiderab'le attention from all parts of
the mining world; for it has been demonstrated
to all,that the minml resources of the district are unsurpassed, though not aa fully prospected, or developed as our slater distriot on
the west. But with our increased facilities of
transportation, and the shipment of large quantities of orejand the vigorous prosecution of
the placer mines of the diatrlot,all tend to
attract the attention of the ProapeCtor, the
Miner and Capitalist to this seotion, The present means of transportation," though inoreased to
a large extent"will be pushed to its Utmost capacity to accommodate the large amount of ore
awaiting ahipment. The future proapectB of the
country demand the construction of the Crow's
Neat Paaa Railway,as it is the only effeotUal
Way of opening up and developing the vast mineral resources of not only this district,but will
be of irmrense advantage to West Kootenay.And it
is to "it     the interest of both the Dominion and
Provincial Government a,  to forward this railway
undertaking aa aoon as possible;and We should
see that the coming member pledges himself before
elected to use all honourable means in the HoUSe
to accompli ah the completion of the road at an *--
early day.
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A telegram received in Nelson on Tuesday announced that the Dominion Government had agreed
to loan the Canadian Pacific Railway *$22.000 per
mile at 3 l/2   per cent,for twenty years on oondition that the Crow's Neat Pasa Railway be pushed through from Fort McLebd to Nelson without
delay.
We woUld like to know that the above Was a
fact and true;    but from information received on
the laat mail we think that  it ia premature.
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This is one of the coldest and latest
springs experienced for years', big freshets are
expeoted with warmer weather.
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R.L.T.Galbraith,  Indian Agent,  is making
his regular monthly visit to the different bands,
of Indidhs,
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The alliance of England and the United States.;
Would be orte Of the strongest guarantees of the
world's peace.To attack thia alliance would mean
to attaok at rtnde the Strongest navy In the world
and the country which cduld furnish unlimited men
of the best fighting quality, and with inexhaustible economic resources behind them, It would be
folly for any power short of united Europe to
attack at onoe the whole Engli ah-speaking world,
a folly whioh England would not be likely to
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THE    PROSPECTOR, FORT    STEELE   B,!
TH_    P  R 0 5 P " C T 0 R,
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 5Y THE PROSPECTOR COMPANY.
A.B.Grace,Manager,
One Year.                                      ,  	
$1.50.
Six Months,
75*. '
All o-ommuni cat ions directed io the Prospector.
Fort Steele    B.C.
We are not responsible for communications,
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PROFESSIONAL.
Char! es,Maclean.
Thomas. MoVittie.
H.L.Cummins.
W.J.Rooke.Cowell,
Physician & Surgeon.
P.L.S. k C.E.
P.L.S. k C.E.
M.A.    B.Sc.   F.G.S.
N.A.Wallinger. tAssayer k Metallurgist.
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PORT STEELE MINING ASSOCIATION,
President.
Vice
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Treasurer,
Secretary.
R.L.T.Galbraith,
O.S.Frizzell,
N.A.Wallinger,
Robert.Dempsey,
Willi am.Carlin,
Thomas.MoVittie,
DIRECTORS.
John.Grassiok. A,3.Grace.       H.W.Barnea,
R.L.T. Galbraith.        Thomas.McVittie.
The next regular meeting of the Association wll]
be held on Saturday May 16th.
All poaaible information,will be furniahed by
the Association,upon application to
Thomas.McVittie,Sec,Fort Steele B.C.
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LEGAL   NOTICE,
of Courts
■miner, and
1896.
.May 5th.
12th May.
19th May.
25th May.
20th May,
1st June.
Sth June.
15th June.
23id June.
TABLE,showing the dates and places
of Assize, Nisa Prlus, Oyer and Tcr
General Gaol Delivery for the Year
SPRING ASSIZES.
Nanaimo  Tuesday	
New Westminster  Tuesday 	
Vanoouver  Tuesday	
Clinton .Monday	
Viotorla  Tuesday	
Kamloops   Monday	
Vernon  Monday 	
+Nelaon  Monday	
♦Donald  Monday 	
+Speoial Assize.
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.     The building of the Crow's Nest Pass Railway will work great ohangea In Kootenay. It
will oenter the ameltlng induatry in Kootenay,
and will upbuild in Kootenay a oity that will
rival Spokane In oommerolal Importance.
Dont forget the Mining Association meeting tonight.
Read the ProBpeotor,then Subscribe for it.
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SATURDAY    MAY    16 th    130?,
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ELECTRIC POWER PAPER MIL*.
The Cliff Paper Co, of Niagara Falls, are building]
a new power house, in whioh they will generate
electricity for use in their paper mill. Th-w-pap—-
er company has a pulp mill,driven by two Leffel
Wheels, of 2500 horse newer,at the water's e.dge
below the falls,and a paper mill on the top of the
high Cliff,thus securing a double service from the-
water. This double use of the water is quite an      1
Innovation,and haa brought discredit upon the Bay—jj
lag---_i at "•The mill will never grind with the water
that  ia passed" Now,this progressive oompanjhis.
about  to take another step to practice economy*
and it will adopt electricity, to suooeed steam,
to run their paper machines. When this propoaedL..
electric plant is Ins tailed, it will drive out^
three steam engines of over 20u horse power. Pr_~~-»
pa rat or y to the adoption of the eleotrio current*.. 1
this company will build a stone power house, _0*x,.-j
30 feet in 3ize,close to their pulp mill. The pen-?-:
stock,leading to the pulp mi 11,will be tappedtaa_t
and a portion of the water diverted to run a 250
horse power James Leffel Turbine,to which will be--,
attached two 125 horse power generators. The head
water on this Turbine will be 125 feet. At the top -
of the Cliff will be two eleotrio motors,of 100
horse power each,attached to each of the paper
machines* besides,there will be two motors of 5
horse pwer eaoh,to furnish power for the small
machinery about the mill.
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HER FIRST DIP,
THE NEW STEAMER '!RUTHrLAUNCHlI)'"AT LIBBY MONTANA..
At Libby_,"'-on Thursday the 23rd Inst,the n,ew
stern-whell steamer was launched in the presence
of over -two hundred people,among whom was Superi:
tendent Ryan and other officials of the Great No:
thern railroad company. When set at liberty by the
removal of appliances used in holding her in oap-
tivity,during construction, she moved slowly at
first,and as the deafening shouts of those, on
shore broke the silence which had prevailed ,the
graceful craft moved faster and faster till in the
water; then,just as Miss Sohultz cracked the bottle of champagne and ohristened her "Rath9 like a
thing of life she seemed straggling to right her-
a-If and as the commotion of the water subsided,
bowed her acknowledgment to the assembled crowd.
Prior to the launching there had been much..
i speculation as to how much water shii- -would* draw,
but thi3 point is now settled. Without machinery
the draft is 6 Inches,with-machinery,wood for the.
trin,and 100 tona of freight the draft will He 22
inches. The Steamer is' 130 feet In length,22 feet
be an ,4 i'eet 6 inohes depth of hold, the engines
are  10 x 74. Captain, J.D.Miller will Oomnand the
Ruth.
KOOTENAY INDIAN AGENCY.   ,'-...
A liat of water privileges submitted for record,
being the quantities required for lrragating pur-
poaea by the under-named banda of Indians.
THE St,MARY'S BAND,
(400) Four hundred inohes from the St,Marys river,
(100) One hundred inohes from Cherry oreek,   "'•'.,
TOBACCO PLAINS BAND. /'''[ .
(200) Two hundred inohes from a' oreek running thr-.
ougli William Phillipps pre-emption.(200) Two hundred Inches from a creek known as reserve creel.,'
'   ,.      COLUMBIA LAKE BAND. • ;  -'"v^
(100) One hundred inohes from Marijeau ore^k;'.. ' •
■    . SHUSWAP BAND. '....   ' , •' •'•".-
(100) One hundred ihohea from Shiiswap creek'.!   ;..'->'
(100) One hundred lpolxes.fi^iifMdlao'creek.'  -,  ',, ¥
fflE AGENCY.Fort'Steele'B.^ &■'■ £ft;-l^f&tolfr..!
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THE   PROSPECTOR, FORT    STEEl/
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SAItJRDAY,   KAY. 16 th 1895i
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ROTD   JOWN.,
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Perpetual motion is but another naiae foritonttvliP*''
politlos,.
None of the oandidates have taken advantage of
leap year. '
Good farms will be harder to get next year in
this distriot, than this year; the Government
should keep an eye on the home-seeker,and force
the Railway and other syndicates to sell their
land at figures within the reach of all.
\
The launching of a political oandidate does not
prove his sailing qualities.
The bridge at Elk river has gone out,it was a
temporary affair placed there for winter travel.
Tom Flowers has a Ferry at that plaoe, and trave]
over the road will not be retarded by the loss
of the bridge.
Che Sohool-children will have a picnic at Fish
Lakes on the 25th inst;
A four horse team oame
evening.
In from the Plains last
The all absorbing topic on
will the steamboat arrive.
the atreet,is when
A Gentleman gave as an item of news to our repor-
ter,the faot that during a shower,one day last
week<up Wild Horse oreek,that it rained worms.We
Wonder if they saw it with a China or a Canadian
Jag on?
torn Rae is in a new business at preaenf, he 'Vs
pushing a baby carriage around town.
A whist party was the attraction at the residence
of Mrs Huokle on Friday evening.
We .were a little premature with our surprfse party
and bib and tuoker artiole; but the faot'is that
the  outfit was sidetracked some where on the C.
P.R.
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The fourth of July, and Chrlstmass
ie a long way off, yet you oan get a good warn
bath aj the Columbia Laundry at any time.
The old,saying that everything oomes to him who
waitSfdoes not .apply to prospeotors.
Tha itif. oannot.do everything* And it .was never
♦jjhe   land .Owpalwldrweror the C.F.R. is weASi1
with having stated that the greatest n^ed of
the North West 1b women; for want of whom in all
domestic relations in life,the progress of the' ;
oountry is very muoh retarded, and many barAkftaf' '
farmer's are giving up in discouragement and    ,
leaving the oountry. It is now proposed tp -send
out some 5 or 600 women, from the Eastertvcrltlts;k
of Canada, and furnish wives for all the discouraged bachelors in the North West, A strong,^
kiok oomes a number of the Fort Steele- bachelors, intimating that about twenty of the women
oould find good husbands and a home in thia
vioinlty.
VOTERS   LIST.
We find that we have omitted 'the folloir--
ing name a.
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Boyle. Peter..
Edwarda.O.M,
Langley.J.B.
Norbury.F.P.
White-.E.M.
This will make a total of 72 names.
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PALMERS    BAR.
Those parties interested...ih the Palmers Bar
Plaoer Leases, who went out 'there last week for
the purpose of exploring the country in the
vioinlty of the ground, and obtaining information with regard to taking water from the Moyea
river,have returned to Fort Steele, and report
that with the. expenditure of a few thousand dol
lars,the whole of the Moyea river oan be utilise.I
for the purpose of working the benches and ad
joining groundon the   oreek,by means of a series
of gulches whioh connect the latter stream with
the Moyea.river above the falls,near the old
Ridgeway ground'.so now in all probability it
wont be long before a oompany ia formed and
actual work oommenoed on the oreek.
Ben Pugh,is doing his assessment work on the
Daisy mineral olaim situate about two miles
from Palmers Bar oreek and olose to the trail
to Granbrook, the ledge is widening out, and
shows at present about two feet of gold quartz,
well defined in granite and diorlte.
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PROSPECTORS MAP.
Thomas MoVittie P.L.S. has received that his
map of the Fort Steele Mining Division of East
Kootenay, showing the present mineral locations
and the unoccupied lands in the valley, Is about
completed., and will be here at an early day;
This map is the only authentiomap of the Kootenay
valley, having been oompiled from actual survey,
and is 24 x 36 inohes, any one wiahing to obtain
a copy,oan do so,by writing to thisoffloe,and   -
enclosing $1.50.
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A party of eight prospectors oame in over the
Moyea trail to day.
H.L.Anme and Seth Coombs oame in by way of the
Moyea,
Al Mertz and Barney Quin,oame In, Mr Quin Is
interested in the Lilly May,and is here in the
interest   of the syndioate that oontrols the
property.
Mr Langley.brother of Judd Iangley,and a Mr
Deveny, an old Ooeur D' Alene miner oame in from
Bonners Ferry.
The Prospector la late this week on aooount. of
pielag the stenoil sheet.
Jpumi il*ti jii'1.'"'i'" «,"''■■   "    '   ■•'   '" ..■■■■■ THE    PROSPECTOR,   FORT    STEELE   B.C.
SATURDAY    MAY    16 th    1896.
J Navigation    &
UPPER   COLUMBI A\Trarnway Co. Ltd.
and    the
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION Co.
Connecting with
CANADIAN PACIFIC k GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYS.
TIME   TABLE.
Season 1890.
To take effect 1st May.
GIING    SOUTH.
Leave GOlden 4 am, Tuesdays.
Arrive Port Steele 6 pm, Wednesdays.
Leave Fort Steele 4 am, Thursdays and Sundays,
AWive Jennings 3 pm, Thursdays and'Sundays.
GOING    NORTH.
Leave Jenninga 4am, Tuesdays and Fridays,
Arrive Port Steele 6 pm, Wednesdays and Saturday
Leave Fort Steele 4 am, Tuesdays,
Arrive Golden >9 am, Thursdays.
F.  P.  ARMSTRONG, MANAGER.
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CARL'II   &   D U R I C K.
GENERAL   M E'R C H A N D t S E.
| AGENTS,ffiR THE CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER COMPANY.
MINING    SUPPLIES    k   HARDWARE,
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AGENTS FOR SLATER AND SONS CELEBRATED SHOES.
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The   S t E 8 ll E   HOUSE.
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the Oldest and bst h&tel in fort Steele.
Strictly First Class.
FREE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
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Charles    Levett, Prop.
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C q..i.E L L    k    W _____j__j N G E R.
ASSAYERS    k    METALLURGISTS.
Bbrt    Steele   B.C.
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_C  0 B..B...&    B  R A N D E R.i
GENERAL BLACKSMITHtNS
AND W 0 0 D W 0 R K I N.fl,
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
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D E M P S E V k    0 R A S _ J 8 K,
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C0!I TRACTORS    k   BUILDERS.
;< Port    Steele    B.C.
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■ E-HK    G 0 J, U jt B I A   LA-UK DRV.
HOT   Atffi    COJ$   BATHS.
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ff A S H I H 0 k    MENDING.
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Mrs. L E W I S. ' ,
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THE AMERICAN STORE.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
GIANT    POWDER,  MINING   SUPPLIES    k   HARDWARE.
______ —--. . .;_._'; '_■ _.—_-_ ' - •-: !—---_
GROCERIES    k    PROVISIONS.
SUPPLIES FOR MINERS AND PROSPECTORS.
B.W.J ONES.
Port Steele B.C. Jennings Montana.
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THE    UPPER    KOOTENAY    NAVIGATION    COMPANY.
STEAMER   ANNERLY.    .
Will leave Jennings .Montana, for Fort Steele B.C.
May 10 th  1096.
FOR FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RATES APPLY TO
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' B. W.  J 0 N E S, Jennings Montana.
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THE   DALGARDNO   HOUSE.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
Now under the management of
A. MORI N.
Ia a large new,and attractive Hotel
of quiet elegance in all its
appointmenta,wlth a
cusine of auperior
excellence.
Special rates by the month.
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THE MISSION STORE.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
THE HIGHEST
CASH PRICE
PAID FOR FURS.
T. L 0 V E.
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St,Eugene Mission.
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THE   MIUNTAIH    H 0 U 8 fl,
Fort Steele B.C.
William. Forsyth, Proprietor.,,
.THIS IS ONE''OF' THE BEST APPOINTED' HOTELS IN THE
FORT STEELE DISTRICT.
Every room is oomfortably furnished.
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THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE DINING ROOM
Is under the management of
W.E.BlMlnqs,
When you visit Fbrt Steele,yoil will miss it if
you dont stop at the Mountain House.
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JAMIS, HlOHlAU-N,
Sensorial   ArVist,
SIAVIH  *   HAIRCUT   j t _ _.
Everything neat and clean.
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SUBSCRIBE POR THE PROSPECTOR.
	
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