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 I   SEWING MACHINES
lull  SAI.Iv ON
* E,a.ii Montiiiij Pauments |
|   -XT-SUNN'S BOOKSTORE.   |
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I
THE PROSPECTOR CON-   ■;•
■   TAINS ALL PUBLIC NOVICES AND CIVES THE
LATEST TELECHAHI'IC
jj   AND LOCAL NEWS,
■
Vol. 8.
FORT STEELE, li. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80,1897,
Now Advertisements Today,    discovery ol ono „l Uio Hnest      ex-pobtmastee clabk.
|loiiilsyol discovered oil llio hill, jxh. Itocipiont of aTanslWoToken of
I'lns. Siiiiiii ,*. I.In,liny	
Application (or CIlOHOl* imvl-.Miii'-li'ill
Miii'iii'ill,', Alilmll  	
iv,l.„lli,,|ii'.iv,'ii„'iil   C. IS. I'lirrell,
Cert, ol linlii'
.\i  ii spot  un llu*   Hope i
rlniiii
thn People',, Esteem
lll'll'l'lllilill   insl
tin' principal owner, suys Ihal
any claim In tho country mlghi
lir jumped by auyono who want-
nl in ilu so, mul if ii wore dono
LAURIER IN DANGER.
Thu Premier Fired on hy u Mini Who
Wiints n Joh.
ul ilcpalell to TIIK l'lt"-l*i:, 11)11.)
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
A pelilimi Ims been forwarded
in   tin'   Cuslonis   Ins] lor al
Woslniinister, fm* ilu* transfer of
dose i  trail thai loads to    U||  SlUu).d  , -,   ■ -
Hi"  Gifl   claim,  mid  uour tho 0X.postnm8lol. Charles Clarlt of "" " ve "' ""'s!l1'* "  llProH   Ottawa, Oct. JI),   Sir*\\. Laur- Collector Gordon, now stnlio I
boundary linoof il on that side, lhis (.ily wfts .n.e8untocl bv bis l'l',*vii Iseasytoseo how il could ler wns Bred mi  by Fordinund ;„ ,!„. crow's N'osl Undiiig. i"
^ro't*Impn.v"om.»i   N-M. curran, j |„. cut   down   through   11   somo- L- ny fr|Bmls huro wll)l   ,]„,' |*„|.  bo llial si* ,,1'b.v I In* 'in l'S,   "
'••*"■ ■'" "' N "'"'""" .' .: xvliut  li.-nv.v  in.n clipping, and loffl    luldr0SB| whicinvas beau- "v"" if they know there was no
struck a body of soft carbonates tlfull    n,,,,,,*,,,,,,,.,,. a„o ,lccom. possibility of making their state*
ItJtC |Tt'-,HUimOt%    nbout two feel wide.   II- mado      ^ b  , su,,,;,lllliu| lml.s„ „r uwul good,   This kind of thing,
—==^=;ml 0pen mi ro ving tho cap- ,,v!li. Mr. Poison says, has beon prac-
sATrr.iiAV.oiToiii^^ilfliL-Siiiii'j from the vein forn distance lj,- ciiahi.rs CiiAUK, Gup ,i<''"1 in West Kootelmy iu uum*>'
of fourtt  ii'i't.   Tin* carbon-
INVICTA HYDRAULIC COMPANY,*■*-   WWIWU   -evi.     nice,,,.,,.,,-. Port Sttioli
uins wnni down iiliuiil olghteen     Voiirmany friends here deep- made.
Their Pinal 01e__-up for tlio Season   ItacheS whore n Htroak of solid ly regrot your decision ii^ten
Future Prospects
cases on the eve of sales being
Tho Invictn Hydraulic Mining
Company,   operating   on   Wild
Horse l.'n'rl*:. near ibis city, Ims
closed ils work for tin' season.
'riic company does not give nut
,.      , I tiering your resignation of lb.' A Social Olub.
galena two feel thick was found     gl,fm- „,■  pos1£mstol. Ilt this     Prelhninary meetings foi' the
underlying them,   The carbon-1 '
placo, ami wi* ink'' this oppor- formation of a social club in Fori
ntes were very beavy, bul were tunity of expressing to ymi om* S|,„,1(, ,wv(? Wll hekl iu (. p
readily spaded out,   The galena |J^h   »j^^h °f._*8 Venosta's office during the week,
.,..,.    i-  .. ,,i     i,.   ].,.   ,,('    nn fnvm   ' Mllofli)  n>:ii liw,   WiiiCll   nils .11-
mis  found   to be ol   iniloin h,,,,.,,,,,,.*,,.,,     U1, tl.eat. i and such progress has been made
thickness  along   tin.'   fourteen
its roturns from the clean-up till [bo* uncovered, and of u very
tho annual mooting, which takes | fino gtoej       iu
incut of Ibe public during your as to render tin' institution prac-
Imi yours' ii'iiiin* of office hero; tically fait accompli,   Tin* rooms
the strict attention to your duties of tlH3 ohlb will be in the second
place  m    London   sunn'  iiuu'    The vein wus traced a ong on that you havo always displayed    ,
in.lni.unry next.    1.   is mnl,.,-1 „„.„„.,„,, a sll,,, distlln(!e, „,„! has commanded the h»i tand *° *>' "'- ;1"; Opera  House, and
i.'  oro-1               -            ,    ,     ,,.„,, confidencoof nil. will contain reading,  receptiou
stood, however, that   Un*  pro- U     cftpping   broken   through
ceeds have been  greater thnn . -in    Here the sumo charucter
those of uny former year
,T. W. li, Young, ilio miinngoi'i
uf carbonates nml galena wero
fouiiii 10 underlie ii, imi tho vein
will leave hore shortly tor tho jhlUl widonod out to ten foet. Mr.
Old Counlry. lb' will propose
to tin* shareholders ni thonniuiul
meeting ii radical change in lhe
To Mrs. Clark, your valued j and billiard rooms, besides bath-
assistant, wc beg io tender our j rooms, lavatories, etc,
silicon'uml heartfelt wishes for  .  _
hor welfare in  tin' future, uml Jho Indian School,
wo will most heartily remomber
iho kindness we have always ex
Indian Agon! Galbraith visited
Mucdonald has broken away con-     'lfinml ,a hw. ,,.„„,„_ iuld ffB the Industrial   School  at  St.
sidorablo of the capping, mm („,,, |)(!). *-0 aecopt the aecoin-1 Mary's Indian Heservo on Thurs-
onr inlorinuui. who hns nisi re
operations for nexl year.    The lun](,(1 f|,  Ul,, -j-lnl) says ,1(
is busy shovelling out the carbonates, of which lie has already
fully leu Ions on tho dump.
Rogular work had boen stopped
ou tho claims for tho winter, but
it is likely now thut something
will be done to show up ihe extent of this new lead immediately. From wlnil i nn lie learned
it is one of the prettiest leads on
the whole hill,
ground thoy Imve been working
for some years pasl is something
like nil feet above lied rock. Last
winter tho gravel down to tho
bed rock wus explored by moans
of several shafts and found to be
greatly richer than lhat whicli
they had been working above.
It was particularly rich right al
bedrock. Hut to work this low
lying ground hydraulic elevators would be necessary, This
would occasion some consider
able outlay, nnd also the present
ditches and Humes would need to
be enlarged and combined. Lf
this were dono, Mr, Young is of
opinion that tho results would be
mosl satisfactory, uud would
fully justify u greal deal larger
expenditure than is necessary,
As u pointer for prospectors,
Mr, Young says thai during the
presenl season he has picked up
many specimens of gold, angular
and unworn, with thesharpquartz
slill slicking in it. This convinces Ilim llinl tlie ledges from
which tlio huge qnuntities of
gold taken from Ibis creek,
amounting in llie aggregate lo
over §10,000,000, have been eroded, must lie somewhere close
lo the presort hydraulic workings, and probably covered with
more or less drift. lie is sun-
gulne thut they will be discovered some duy, and for llm lucky
inuil thoro will be 'millions in it.'
Paris-Exhibition Group.
Adive work is now being car-
I'iod on ill llie lieiul of Six Mile
creel; on lhe Puris-Kxhibilinii
llroiip, receiilly acquired by
Victoria capitalists. A cabin and
blacksmith simp have been erected nud six monihs' supplies Iiiiii
lu; ii is ilu* intention of tho owners to run ulioul 250 feci in order
lo tap u largo body Of ore which
is supposed lo exist,
ll i.s significant of tho importance of tho Six Mile creek dis
trict, lhat tho Lady Ann group,
lately purchased by Spokane
parties, is on the same lend us
tlm Paris-Exhibition Group.  As
high grade ore exists iu large
quantities in theso claims, a
bright future is in store for thai
section,
STRIKE ON THE SULLIVAN.
A Pine Vein ul' Rich Carbonates nml
Gnli-im Discovered,
,1. Mnciloniild, who Ims beenImedical attendance;
lell in charge nl lln* propurly in KOillK in lhe doeloi
th     Siillivnn   group,   hns   been
, i ic away stoaillly iu pros
eel  holes III various points nu
il,e claims,   His  Industry Ims
been  I'OWOJ'dod  lis success ill lhe
leg iier io accept
punying purse us a small token dny.  nml  made bis monthly in-
of the esteem   in   which   sin*  is sllPptinn of  the  school   und   OX-
held by hor many friends here      lnatto_ of [h„       u
Wishing you both many years r ,-.,,. .,,'.
of health uml happiness in om*
midst -(signed)
T. 'I-. McVittie,   I). Gbikpith,
■i. A. liABVEV,     in;. Watt,
\V. i'.ui.i.ik.       c.m't. Parker,
|T. li*. ARMSTUONO, X. A. Wai.i.in*.,.'.!
x. Hanson, w. Carun,
J. GlUSSICK, I). S. I'KIZ/.l'.l.l..
Representing your muni
friends iu Porl Steele mi'
cinity
Fort Steele Brass Bnnd.
On Tuosdny wenino; :i ni"ol
ing wus held in ihe Opera House
in form n brass band. Tlie meeting was well attended, und aftor
tlie discussion of the matter in
hand, it wus decided to go ahead
wilii the project, Albert ,i. lire?,
wns chosen lender und \V. 11.
Barnes captain. The following
members were installed, nnd instruments us set down assigned
lo them:
A. .1. Ilivz I'i ilu
Kii. Sniilli Cornel
(luy l.hiilsn.v Cornol
A. KllngGnsmttli Slkle trombone
Mil. EHghwiirden Baritone
linlii. II. Karatobky Tenor
(). 1*1. Tiu'iilinusiT Tenor
.1. C. Iiiu-ii'l; Clarionet
Thomas I'Viz/cll Alto
Harry Burr Alto
Al.limns Mln
.Inn. Kerrigan Hnse drum
I. I'-nsler Siuit'i* ilnmi
Bach inombor is lo provide bis
own instrument, nud nn order
ims been sent forward for llie
whole mil iii i.f instruments to.
gothor with ti large selection of
bund music, ll is proposed lo
give n number of bund concerts during llie winter, llie proceeds of whicli will lie devoted
to recouping Hie outlay I'm* instruments. Afler nil this bus
boon paid, tin' instruments will
belong  lo  lhe bnnd us il body.
The organization starts mu under the  most  favorable condi-
spection i
lie
. found tlie children ull in remark-
iiile good health, nud making
tnost favorable progress in their
.-indies, Tlie school is now in a
a greater stato  of proficiency
11 mu ever before,
I
Irrigation On The Reserve.
The Indian Department is
milt to begin lim making of nn
Mr, Clark replied on behalf of irrigation ditch about HV miles
himself and wife in most feeling long on the St. Mary's Reserve,
terms !;- ppreciHtoc! n;'„W,This ditch is to be 2x4x2 feel in
than he hud words to express capacity, und will tap the Si.
the kind sentiments of the ml- Mury's ivivei* u short distance
dress, sentiments which lie fully below llie Mission. Botwecn
reciprocated towards tho people 3,000 and 1,000 acres of land will
of Port Sleele. lie hnd been thus be brought under cultiva-
with them in ihe capacity of tion affording farms for some 50
postmaster for a long time, and lodges of Indians, Tenders wen
Cari'lere, Inn ilu* bullel failed of Wanlnoi
iis iiiui*!;.   Carriere wns seized
on before he could Iii lothor  , Contractor | McLullan    wenl
,       , ,. down  III  .MllVIe   I,nil' nu   I bill's-
shot aud taken to the police sta- (I.1V    ,,,. .„' Ithl_ r ,.,. _,„,„.
lion. contracts whicli are in be let iu
Tim cause ol Curriore's act that region,
wus thnt  ihe Premier Inul  ro-
fused to givo him a job. LG; A Carison  contractor  oi
I Kaslo;   I*,,  .x.  Murphy, and .1.
THE metal MARKET. Ciinipboll, Nels.ui. arrived liejK,
over llu* trail from llykerl s on
Both Silver and Lead are Slightly Tuosdny.    Mi*.   Carlson   states
L0wor. that the tote rond from Itykort's
.-,,,','iiii,i,'..l,i„,'i,„,*n,.'l'i'„ i'tor.1      11"-M»,vi'' Luke is now completed
New York. Del. 20,    The lilt- tol' il11"1"   1T llli!1'".*    •\'""ui  L'"H
men nre ut  work in ohavge ol
esl  Quotations nn*: Silver. 5H-jt;
lend, exchange, ^l,',1"'; brokers.
Thirty Were Killed.
Contractor Armstrong inul Dave
Mcllelh, The work should in*
linisheil lo the Luke in nbout ii
ll'lOlllll.
-   (S[i''i'l;il ,!"s]mii'll l,,*l*lli: I'll,,si*K,T"H.l -.,      ..      ..
,-,,,,    .,,,      , < ■   I .   Aoi'liurv    i'e iirnei    oil
New   *«*.<**■   !».■   A im*, MoBda_   |;1S,    ,,:,„„    l]|u   mus|
sengor train on llm New York whero ho wnnf to  attend   ihe
lately culled for the work-, uml n
number wore received. These
Imve been forwarded tti Victoria
to lie opened there by A. W.
Vowell. Supt. of Indian Agencies
for the Province. Tlm work
will cost in tlm neighborhood of
$2000 probably, and will be begun this full so us to be completed in time lo be used for next
year's operations. Indian agent
Galbraith has been urging llie
words of address, whicli ho |making of this ditch for years,
would ever treasure as one of I and is much pleased now to see
his clearest possessions. that it is at length to be put in,
The    illumination    of    the
address, which wus done by A.
his intercourse with tho people
hud been of the most pleasant
nature, ll was not without u
pang that his official connection
with tho community had been
severed, but be wns still returning the olliee of collector of Customs, so that he still would huve
tho pleasure of meeting them
ofieu in that capacity. Prom
tho bottom of his heart he thanked them again for their kindly
W. McVittie, was finely executed,
one of the comers presenting an
excellent drawing of the old post
olliee, und llio others decorated
wilii sketches of local scenes.
'Tis the Fish.
This interesting paragraph is
taken .from tlie Winnipeg  Free
Press:
"British Columbia i.s worse
thnn ii slippery-elm poultice; it
draws everybody that gets willi-
in sight of it. Within a year it bus
Tho Coronndo "Jump."
The following paragraph up- taken from Manitoba un ex-Miu-
pears in iiie News-Adverliscr: later of the Interior, nnex-Attor*
"Litigation is expected tooc- noy-Geueral, and an ex-loader of
cur over tho ownership of tho the opposition, besides a number
famous Coronado, in Easl Koot- of minor individuals. Andnowwo
enny, winch llm North Slur oeo- , , .,   ,     ,,    ...      ,,,.
I,le   recently   purchased   from have word that a Maritime Prov-
lions, und nil will wish ii llie [Messrs. Fletcher and McMillan, incePremier, Mr. Peters, isaboul
greatest possible success, for ii
will lie n mosl desirable ucipiisi-
iion to ihe institutions of tlie
city.
The Hosilitlll.
During llm week- ii number of
meetings of the I'on Steele
Hospital Board havo boon held.
The properly wus jumped a few lo throw up liis position nnd re
duys ngo Iiy Porl Sleele people. movo to this moro favored Coast,
who claim Unu McMillan moved t|jl)„s ,Uv jlim,„| l,vi,.,e.x-Min-
lns slakes  utter   tlie   notice of *       .    ,, ' ,,    ,.
location hud been liled.    As Ihe Isle,* ol ,I Usl Ice „l I In*  person  ol
Norlli Slur people bought lhe SirHibboi'l Tuppor, Al this rato
properly ufler ihe Jumping had it will require 1ml u lew years lo
taken  pluco,  ii  i.-, nm  thought have nil lhe pi iiionl  men of
that the .jumpers huve u g I t|10 eountry galherod in lhe Pn
'' I,,,'    . ,•   ,    ,, , ciile Province, Rvon BirMackon
I lie jumpers ol Hm ( oroiuul
into llie Hudson liiver ul liurri-
son, Thirty were killed nml
forty injured. A section of track
giving away und sliding into llie
river wns the cause,
SPANISH RESENTMENT.
A Spirited Roply to the Ameriemi
Minister's Note.
iS|i,','ini iicHpaicli to Tub Phospei-tok.)
Madrid, Oct. *_".i.    Spain's  reply lo Minister Woodford's mile
has been bunded lo Unit gentleman,    li is loo longthy io cable.
The contents will not be made
known until Congress meets.    It
is understood that it scores tlie
United Slnles severely regarding
lilibustering and snys Spain resents outside interference in I'm
American residents in Cuba
are alarmed by the demonstrations of Spanish volunteers umi
muy usl; for a battle ship in be
sent lo Havana.
More Strikers Killed.
(Spoclnl Doslmti'l, i', Tin: Pliosl'Ki Ton.)
-i'iiiiiu.  .Ariz., llcl. l".i.    Seven
Mexicans wore killed inabattlo
between  officers and   Moxican
railroad laborers on u strike.
Yellow Fever Still Rages.
(Special IH*s],iiii'li in 'I'm: Uaosl'iicrou.)
Cincinnati, Del. 29.—One case
of yellow fever has developed
here.
Fifty-two new cases of yellow
fever are reported ut New Orleans.
Centra]   on   Sunday ulghl   tan|Wberal  Convention,    lie spent
some time ul Victoria nnd Vancouver, nnii enjoyed liis lirsl
visil to Ihosu cities i i'1'v much.
A. ,1. Hopkins cumo down from
Goldon with him. The Golden
Fen sny.-- Mi*. Norbury sold lhe
Sylvia claim al Wusu to Hon. E.
Dewdiioy for$25,000. If Mi*. X.
were in town today we would
ask him about it.
Father Cocolla has completed
his annual visit to tlie Indians on
Koolonay River uml ul Tobacco
I'lnins. From tho Kootenay reserve he brought quite il number
of children in attend the' St.
Mury's Industrial School, II"
reports llm Indians in lie in a
prosperous nml contented condition. Nexl -Wei; he will spend
among liis peoplo al Winder-
more,
-I. I''. Wardner is going in ihe
Klondyke in ihe spring, lie
will probably Iimi full scope
ihere I'nr n genius peculiarly hi--
own.
"Lardo    .lack"     Macdonald
pulled Olll   this   Week   llllllllll   fill'
Teslin hake.
If anyone cun ii*ll u-. whal the
nnliee of application for u ruilwuy charter, published in Ibis
issue means, we would like Ilim
to givo us the information.
One-half of tho townsite of
Wardnor bus been transferred
by Mrs. Capt. Armstrong to Attorney Gurd of Toronto,
Tlie proceeds of the very successful calico bull belli lure two
weeks ngo amounted lo nearly
§100, nnd have been turned over
to tlie hospital,
Col, Baker lold the Neics-Ad-
i-erliser the oilier duy thul Tin;
PltOSPECTOH bad stilled thut
I,. A. Hamilton had snid the
Crow's Nesl Railway would not
pass through l-'ort Sleele. and
ihal Tin: PiiosPECTOu's statement was untrue, lu reply, we
would remind the Colonel that
we attributed no such statement in I,. A. Hamilton, li wu-
another mnn did lhat. I'«fi
PltOSPECTOH del. '.'lh and  10th.
liis many friends in lhis district will deeply regret in learn
thut Mayor tin-, of Calgary, hm-
beon stricken with paralysis,
His I'ocovory is doubtful.
The I Inlario elections nre nn
nouncod hv  Premier Hardy fm*
Blizznrd in the Wost.
(Special despatch lo'l'in: PitosPKcroit.)
St.   Paul.   Oct.   29.—A   hard
blizzard is raging over Colorado
Nebraska, and Soulli Dakota.
Tlm  chief  business  transacted I ,    " ' '"",',  uio Howell is liovering arounii,as
  ,. ,, li' llllll are llol   I'ol'l Sice e lieolil.-■
Wns llie  ll vill" ot   n    rule   Ini* iiiiii !
lie llXlllg ol ||   nil,
orpuy
This    bus    been     sel
iiiii   people who havo
if I'olnelanl in leave, li musl l«*
lln* llsh."
l'a"""K     '""   """   """"   r-"1 ,1'mni lhe Slnles. Messrs, Flotch
down ul * ii por week. Including „,. aml McMilliui wen* ihe hiAZ    civil Fuigi r IL A- Stewart,
oulof?20 ;,m| loeators of lho claim.   Tl f Iho C, P. U. Western Division,
'in,,, „,„,[.' .    .,.    is dond ni Halifax.
i iu won, jumpers   attempted   in   justify
of   furnishing   lhe   Hospital   is their conduct hv mivin.Mbnl lhe      Al   "," -A"!1,'-1      '        '*'
i nu ii (.onion i ny siting llllll Hie  |,'|()lvnee McNiver was given u
proceeding satisfactorily,    li is Unites hud  l n changed mier  verdict of *H00 and costs^againsl
proposed   lo  huve a  nurse  iu   ,i,a  record     Mnv    I', I ,,i,   , i„, Uie Rev. Mr. Hope, of  I'irin, for
, I,  ,   • ,„,. ' broach  of  u   I"' ■•"' "l mar*
stiUlod without delay, [„,* lha 01.,g|na] ownm,s Bnd nowj,.,-g,.
A Big Wire Trust.
(Special ,!i--i)iili'li in Tin: PltOSPECTOH.)
New York. Oct. 29, -A movi
nient  is on foot to consolidate
ull ihe wire factories into a trust.
Duchess of Tevk Dead.
[Special i|,'-.i,;i!i'li 1,, Th,' Prospuctol'.
London, Oct, 20.- -Tin* Hud s
of Teck. mother of the Duchess
of York, nml granddaughter of
George III. died al   Hid ul
yesterday,
Outbreak ul Indiana.
[Special ileHpiucli loTllo Prospector.]
Denver, llcl. 2il. Officers und
Indians fouglil nenr Denver.
Seven Indians were killed and a
general outbreak is feared.
Heavy Fightll
, IiiiIiii
I.oiuloii. um. 21), liiiie reports
from ilu* frontier ol India givo
indications Ihal ilu* llrilish
troops have hud numerous llglils
with iim rebels, witli greal
slaughter. Twonly thousand
natives un* liurrassiiig lln* troops
uml ilu* lasl indications nn* llinl
they will succeed in breaking
lim line
Tin* Popo's Approval,
Winnipeg, < let, 25,    A promin-
uni Roman Catholic nf this City
bn-- i* ivod  word  from Rome
thnl iim tiiuling of His Holiness.
ihe Pope, on the Manitoba
School settlement, v.dl i"* favorable in ilu* governments interested.
■*, nun)! Ponton, ne uised ol tlm
Iiin    roliliTV  ni   Nap n  has
lii'eii itcipiilled,
111 AH.
TIIK   raid-PBO-Olt, 'i 11
!■; PROSPECTOR, FORI
' STEELE B, iV OCTOBER '■',-'. W)
—
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PROVINCIAL COMPANY TO CAIIIIY        ,, . nl
MN  IIL'SIN'I SS ,,     'I*,,    uppl)     llll',    "I,lllin.    II I'l.
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nf I' 'rli;iiii,',i!. |it*i,\ i-i, iiiiii ui'il,'I'-, run-   ri.
"COMPANIES ACT, '-in.' ,,,.;,,,. ,„!,„.,„,   gmM   ,,,,.,.,    ||(
                                 imtvi'l'S  "''   i'l'li ii-';',"    ivllll'll   itivv   l'.i |„i
ilt'l'Illi'll n ssury in- lli'slt'llllll' fur tiii'il- |,i;
itlltlllji III.' Illljl'1'ts lll'llll) ,,| III,' IllljlTlS ,,,
nl  111,- , I .Hi}
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l,:,:l,I   Pui'cll-80.
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ASSOCIATION.
PltOVl'Ni Eur IllllTlsll C'ol.l'MliI
..No. 1. 'I'*.
THIS  IS To I'EHTI-'Y   tliin   i
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•Pyramid kootenas Milling   ommny.    , „„„..,,        , ,,,.,,,„.
Limited,     *      "'"    «Unil lll'ulW'll lu ,         ,',','„v,„„,l ,i, l'„'!,i,l,,-„l„,„l'ia.
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,,( British L'oiumbla,
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""*,'""?»'«     ""■;    M ugi'iil, uml .'III,,,' I,, tli
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iur or'., inn.! _ and ..etl i .
other ores, metals or mini
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exchunge, hire, ur othei *
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1 License.
NOTICE,
i thai
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Ibu bu       I ' '   ■
A. I...l.v KSON.
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nv .vill or pewontil prop.
.:-,,„ stock, "I' urn eu* '       ■ '
privileges, or i essions urn
..-I  therein, ssurj   or ei *
for the rompunv's Im-i..
 i   ilul inn-1 < .....
pun) s property, ui i.-qiluiv. m
ami develop the sume.
i     'In ueipiire, ereel, ,■,, i
Iiiv ami mulntuln umi work, u
Ings,   pliiii!. engines, imu'liini    ,
inn'-, mills, riiiiii-. raihvavs,trumways,
,'iiiiiii-. creeks, -l„iii-. dilchi -. in "
works whii'li mu) !„' iieeessur) or ml- —-
visuldefertile purposes,,]  innp   ,.
7    T 'laid  .i..', ' ■■   .   utu
feci   all  -■    iiiiiiii'-iin.
ll'llililivv. 01'  ulli, i' "['i'i;.' '    ■   ",    Iv,
nesst's in '■.: nccliun
nt n ii] any us tl	
llllull m.
I *i| iin* an.'    iv, - cu n-
lilu ul I..,!!      .... use cull-
ii.'i'li'ii Willi un,, mi in, ii.,.,.     '... nr il| ■
,'i'nli,,!'- i,l in, 1.1 ui" . ,,i' lln
nr l-i trill lu ur ll"- -I'm,'.
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|lllll)   lllivill;     '    ulli     •' ri   mi- in
pilll   mn!.'I l" I    mil 'ii  • ■" ..i
pull). mi i" a.''; 'M'  :■- .    iiiiii , liili    the
ivlioli.' mi-  i".,,   purl  "f  i i iii-i i,
pruperl) ami l|ulillltlus ul unj   persun
,.;   I'i   ■ | llll)   I'liriAiliw iiii iii:\   liusilie ..
i\ In I   III     r i in ) i    .i". 'i/,',1 iu
can) nn. mi- ,,(1- -1.1 nl prop, ■■ v -ir .
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i     '.. il I'tloi .■  uii . sin -
mui,. ar)   ..,:...
1,111   ,iM* nt,:, I'wisi.', tO pil
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NOTICE.
S'oil ■..,    i    ■. ■,'...,- -.'v ilnys alter
In thy rhiel t'niii
.v..  i"
I limber un .:.    ... serllied lllll'l ill
i   .1 ,1   Iv.      '       . '   ' '
Lln   ■.  ■  '   i       [ F.lk rll    ii ■
lhi i .
.... .".... ll.   Ilfl'
re uorlli  i" i'iuiui-. llii'iii'i'
I Kill river mul down lilli river
t" plat l benlnnlnn.
11..I. !■'.THUIISTO.V.
Hill,',1 -"|'l. 'l.Mll   l-l'l.
noticc. ;   PORT   STEELE   MINIM
,...   iv.i-lii. uii'l I'otnstneli
IU in Hi,' I*,,rl SI,', I,' Mili-
IV*       fi'i*l»                  .   .           lir I            .'..',.   iv. ,i Knnli'iuiy Illslrli'l,
i'ml Wm ■ Mi   i. . .   • ■ .     .      ... sirili- I,Ivlsl.ni     IVIii'ri' Iin I,,i   im   nn i  I'm*, si.
lui--i in,'lm-.  Hi,  I, ll,,um.',1,., .     i   I ,   '   I, ,. ■ , .,    |||,i|,|    -.,,.,,     liu,,     nun  niili". I,.-! nl   I'l'li
ii I'l.    Ill-Klin,!,,,- a, ,i, ii'iitilniiti'it ui il
1*1 'lll'l' soutli   mi I'll* I    IIU'lllJ   II   ' I'l H". Uml  I   A. S. ranvill   ilvlil  I"l'
1  i" I.nli --U"'.      liui  i--In      mi        ■ ill   i ..   i". iiiulil K niij   Mlnhiu i'".  I.inili'.'l
Iii'i'nisi In l.illn "    '.  i'iiIIIi              I                                i   niitl    .1   ri    ".   li"   M r. c,'iiin.vn' Nn   lusl.
.■nli ivi-,1 * *r ul  Lain' s:  rl mill .'■     '   mil       i     "    luml  i.i    ali',,,1 slxlv ilnys ti'iiui lliu iliiin liori'nl  |i-
 • ran Ilim* liuiulml f-.-l  lul 11 ...                 |.,.v   „.  u„.   |,|y lo llu- Mi Ilrrurili'i* Iur a I'crlltlnlll) ul
lu Muym l luirtli llmil ul Ml     in ' ui    l"i Uu- i'iu'1'"-'' "l  ui' a
 si loin       tin                i . um ""    ii i ■ .,: ,   ,i„ i,, ,ii , itnvailraiil .■! llii'iiliiiviivlaliii'
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llll.lls S1II1UM IS       llllllilllllll    I'"     '   |ill :.  t.    ..:    .   ."       "I'.'i.l,   'im  ..mini uml In line llu'l'.;ai-
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V   «    \.. '. ii in A   S. I'MIV, lil.l.
nil, i-i', i'i'        liatiil ii"  .mil ilaj nl si nn mln r. l-i'l.
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lull   I'lllllll       '  ■    I ill IIiiii  I" iil'l'.'ili' WILLIAM SIS
,'jll, .In ■      I II   "1  1'ilv "I   Vii'l',11;.    Hsipiln
I'.vi' i i ..num.-UUI"! UU'ii'i'III. 1-iiili-iMU
ill   ul n iv. 'iu    lial.ii liners I'nnsiillillltloll Al'l, IW.'
Tl ^ M,'Villi.'.
II   S. I'liv/i-ll.
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B, ('. Smiili.
Wlllium lllllllil*.
Thu li'i'iiiui' aiL'otliiKs ur tliu iiHsoulutlor.
win i,,' liiiiil uii mu im mul llnlSiiiurilaj* in
.■nry llllllllll.
All   iiushIIiIg   lliliil'liinllull    nlll   In*   luiiiMi-
I'll   I'.V   llu-   Assiii'llllliili,  ii|iiiii ll|ililli-iltli,ll lu
Wlllium lli>|l||i>,  Si-i
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ProfcHsionnl.
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SEORETAnV'8 OFFICE,     Hllgll  Wtttt, M. D., C. M.
ISIIi AmjiiHt, IS',
N01 li'
NiMH I .
m. ism
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IliiiiKiiii's iniri'ln
ilu    v.i,,,.       .    ,
i'ln slum        .  Mull  -  .,
lillS    .Iii'Iiii'  -inliii, i
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11.)
I'ai'.l Oi*tiilii'r Isl, ISliT
NOTICE.
-
nls  i        ,-orllsl
iniri'liiisi 'i   Ituitlii
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J/, c. P. S.. Ontario and Hrltlsh
Ct'll'litliin.
till.   Ill     lllll    uii'l li.   CA111 1100
IHISI'tl.ll..
Pout Stbelis, B, C,
..,.'.     . . THOMAS   Mi* V ITT IK.
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P.L.S. c*v- C.E.
Furl Sli'i'li' U.C.
//. /.. CUMMINS.
I'. I.. S. ,1- c. E.
Furl Sii'i'l" B.C,
lytoUft-ui
Ill,'  | tti-
IMtOVIKClALSI-ryl.ETARY'SOI'nCt..
■   ,, .   '.,
!   I'Hiiiiui'
> bu chilli
[KU    I:,!-.-
ll'll...' Ill ll
sUllllUl'-
lath Auijurt, 1S97.
I-* IION'OUH lhe Lit!'.uetmnt-aovenior In
^ x    i ■..in.fil  Ims ln'.'ii  ]iii'iiM-il I" ilirn-t  lln'
publifiiiion nf tin' umit-r monti il Scale (if
V\v*. 1'iiyiihl" under Mi-"   piovision-s nf tlie
\\'uiL'i'L'liiu»esCtiiisolidniloii Act, IBH7."
l'<.v Cumiiiiind.
JAMBS IUKEH,
'1'. G. FlUXTBH.
Ptvriaeiai ticcntury.
srllKlil'l.l': ONK.
NOTICL.
nr,- - nr w.vrmi rim domkstic. Ar.ui-
iliiysiilti'riluli' , n.'ini.ii.. lsiiivnii.il. AKU Mii.i.m. \y, „ lic,SSi |, w. lliairinnii.
'linlii ui' "I l'|-ui'"si:s.
umi Worlis, Victoria. Iu
uni
.'.lln
I     IVi'sl   sis
ii, 11" I'haliii,
Aupusi  i-i,r.
Tn"-. Surra. »
i mil Kii.i' linn
i iiinl.ns li. In
fur I'
1IHI
III
dies ,,r wnli"
idles	
Dated ihls Aut'iisl lilli. in
NOTICE.
Certificate ot" Improvements.
Ffli-.Ei-.-L ACT, J69S.
(Form K i
Cerijkvte ol Improvements,
NOTICE.
..   ..'lift' ilim sixty duys nftor
iw i intend to upply to theClilefComtniBstoner
olf Undsnnd \\< rl s for permission to pureliuse
.:. Islm llnl     K   temiy river, sltunte oppo-
- :■,    .' iiii]. Group l.eontulntnn     The Elkhorn MInerul Clulm Xo. 2. sftuutf iu   ''
Ull  ii :i ueres more or If>v tin- Fort Steele Mintuti Division of Bust !<>"■;-
H. H. MeViTTiE.     enny Dlstrlet. '
Port Steele. S- pti mb-T-J:i. Ifp;,        r.'-i'i       Whereloeuted:   About sev n milessoiulienst
..I ihi'Muiivt <>\ Hem crueii
i hk' inehes up in
For every uddltlotml Wi Inelies uliovo
For upportlaiiitiK tli-' wiuer miihorlsed
lobem iHiinii i-iiiiy reeonl 	
In respeet of eveiyreeordor interim re-
;   corded nml iietimlly used for n^rii'iil-
luiiii purposes) uu unnunl fee up to
1   ilu lirst800luchCKof 	
Por every iiddttionul M inches un uu-
nuiiHee nf	
Inspection or scureU of uny record In
i- re
lits.
Piling nny uotleeor doenment with u
Commissioner or Oold Commissioner
rn- eertillcd copies ul uny record or
document per folio of ion words	
umicnttoninthcCnzettew -ding to
tin- scule .-I churges ;.. ditlned in
Schedule A of   tin'  "SlUlUtes   uml
NOTICE. TAKBNOTICE
S   ■      s'sufti   dnte I intend to upply to tin   Miner's CVrtillcni
Ivi'-: Commissioner of 1.111:11-- und Worlts for Mitchell of Port _
■.mission i" ptirclttise tin- following di ncribed Miner h Certlfleti
u-i: commeneiiig nt a post ittiout Mn feet mi days from the dm
11 ensl in-i.n bunlt or the Moyie River (ul tlifj.Uii« Recorder fori
luee known its the Irishinun's) running ivuscHftfiil-ie purpose .
1 elmins. thenee south W ebniuR. thenee eusa^Miilmve cluim.
ehuins, thenee imrtli to plnee of beginning.  Hfj^fiid further !:■
li.wiii Ni.wKi.i,.     section A., musi
Duted August Oth, IMC. 8     suunei ol stieli  ■
. ff.H. ', lung.Prc.      Jonruuisaci.   ..
M (WCU, [or v  |,   Aunutil fees lo be pnidto the Commis
sioner i'iv iin- Dlstrlet mi ur before
the 30th day ui Juno Inenchycnr.
SCHEDULE TWO.
plying  "K   v.".nv:u  nv  Water-
ROSS& HERCIIMER.
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
CONVEYANCERS tt, MINING BROKERS.
Agunta fur lln* Kiiiii.'iiav Vulloys Co
l.iiniii'il.      Tin*   rini'iiix    [usiirnnco
Compun.v ol Lotiilon, Kii,:liiiiil.
Fort   Steele,   P.   C.
J T.   EDE.
-,iCustoms and Mining Broker
.,,! CONVEYANCER,
1 Mining Properties Rough! mul Sulil.
J. A. Harvey
I NOTARY    PUBLIC   AND
Mining  Broker.
Fort Steele, B. C.
NOTICE.
,    I,.-!!
I't >
I  I.I
III'  !'•   'la   .
i k,,i-i- r,'i
i.t-*'n
NOTICE.
Tnlicimtli'i!, slxn Jaysulli't 'lui. I ^lii.]] ni.i.i.-. lull)',  llii'i   1 -. in.:, 1—i..nt t-  i'I  1,111111,. illlli
IVOt       '            I',:.   ...   , I'.r.l llllll,"!'  on llio lol
"    '!il"'i luml:   ,',,|| 1,,'in^' at il piisl
lilniiti'il 1111111. n. iv.r.inii'ii.ii'. r. 1,*. 1,1,,,-;,
iim iliiin,. Nni'th la vliiiin- theucu Bust -"
i-liiilnu. llii'iii'i'North Cilcliiillis, Ihelico Eust in
tin -iv .-."ma I'iriii'liiv llioneo Kasi *-'a
.   ih Sum   10 fliiilns, llioneo Ensl -ssi
SllUlll 1" Ni'illl' I'll   li'iini'lal'V "I
llliiu v. v.. .1 I., point   "1 lioitlll-
,!.\l   I*.llllll.
Ol  llll  . '   l-.'l. 11
ll
Ul
II
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NOTICE,
llllll I'l'l'.' I'T il -I" ''ia!
LlllilltT "li llle fullllM-llIK
' 11 a point mi
: a lia. low Hi" lulls,
:,. lito clinins ensl,
liver, Ihenci  lolloiiliiK
renin to the iiolnt uf eimi-
11I oul "ii" thiiusiiuil
w. i.iiii.in.
	
' ovi'i NOTICE.
1- hereby nlvi n tlm'. i: r 1'nrher. ol fori
• steoli      ippl    .. io the t'hlel Cniiimlssl r
l» 111 -'       . ...   I'"    ,'    -,,.' ii'l   lil'",I-"   t,,
... i.v ili'si'rllieil laii'l ia
Ivoiuenuj   '"iiiiii'iiiliii' in il iisi
■ .. '' i*. It. ''I'.'l, \". 111.1, »li"i" Hi"
lllil posl  l". been  plllllleil, I ul  ilu
' ■ 1 Hi" -."inli llinn "i  -ui'l lilni'lii  lliulii'i'
■ ■ uuiti iu Uie In : iu,11 im,ri thonco wint
erly up Hull Itlver liu chnlns! thrai north 41,
ihenee wesl Wehiilnsi iliene. norlli 110
of ,■:„■■- inn- more or loss, to
r bos »uln   I'lmliillilliB nbout onolliou-
R, I*  I'AIIKIlll.
1 *:       l-'ort Steole. Oct. 18 I--,                      lfl-23
ono.i for 	
ttn* |iu und I*. NOTICE.
. illy,  notice nun llilriy ilnys nltor
■■   mplyl i'liu..' ilnsl ,-
......  I.,, a..,'" ■ loom
'•''•'    ll, ' |0»*l l'-',.|l'"ll„,„l».'.ll„„l,.
... ot Hull Hlvor in the Dlstrlet ol
.i.   ."!,.,.   'i.n    mil"   Irom
'■'   ' ' III II u-i", Ivlil'iliu,,., 1.1,1 I-
' ,      '" a'  „",, imiilii'il II.
" .  ,,'isi thenc v
"■' ' ! I""";;"l1 ;,w
■   ■      M...,.,     ciy i iiiiiii ■ -itiiiii tin'iii'1'
.      Iityehl tlllll..  "
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I,  Mi Sir n
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.,',, no, i-i.,',.       ui..*..
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III* ni
III, HI i  ll' li  Uml  II O*
of  nn.l Iin,-I lofoi'n , . i tinr nniii'i'
. ,, *    I    -.'iiiiii i.iv. i " i
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    '"' ii '"'Il* M'1' N' A'
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i-i mo i
i' i mi ',.
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BIUI      fl   pi      Ill nf I'l
'     "I.i TION NOTICK
i    I*', VI sill i i.
:,  ,\, U'.ii.i.in'.i.i;
l"l"i|.,iia-.lli" ti'lluwlm.- itoscrlbeil
liu 1'i.rl   Sleele lllvlsliill "I   Soulli   1
Kootonuy, niimely  a certnlii Isluiul lyin
lia ni'iiuli "tsi. .'.Ii.i'v'-  tllvel* uil.1 eontnl
boul 20 nercs.
T. 1I.T..VI,,
itciltillsOelnbrr m'i. l-i'I. lit
NOTICE.
Slxly iluys nfter ■ -nt-- I Inienil In upply to
l|lle Chief t'ommlssloni'i ol l.uiul- nnd Wnrlis
■ iii'i'iiii-sliin i" poivhnsc the lulluv. inu- un-
•upli'il. uiiMirvi'.vi'il ami nnrescrvcil Croun
nils in Eusl Kooleiiny Ilistrict.   Commenc-
ii- in -"ii'li ires lini' of l."l -'i'MI. I.tlience
'i-i forty chnlns, thenci nth liv-hiv chnlns,
NOTICE.
Sixty iluys utii'i' 'lino I Inleiul lo upply lo
li" Chlel Commissi r ut luiul- uml Worlis
i Vletorln nu iiermlssinn lo liurchiisii llie Stceli
iliiiwiiii.- utiocciipleil. nlisiirveyeil ami nnre- 'I'nke notice
erveil t'roilli l.uiiiK In Enst Koolenuy Uls- the I'yrutlllil
rii'l.    lli'UlllllllIK 111 Ilic  S.W. -ii"i'"ll,"l'.*ll! .Il'iililmil.   I'l'.
iy iiuiiii-mui ilu--. in lliu-inu i upper ply lo ilu* Min
llo.vlol.nlio! llicl followlnii tho shore ol sniil Improve nt*
li"i
'-t lu
elm
uiu ul upper Moyle l.ak"
-I    -I'  'IV   lit   -.llll    ll'll"    in
iaiiiui'.  Contnlnliw III
lllll",! llll-"rl   inili.
!■'. .1. 1*1 l.l"N.
in-."
MINERAL ACT, 113*16.
(FORM i'.i p. ,, a.',    ii, i, till i, i- .;l"ii*-t
Certiliruli of Improceiiicnls. uiiucAvi n„i the iittuu oi iim Jocu
i.i,,.,'. ' i-siclionffiprcserlbeil.n lee
NOTICE. -I     ouo
'I'll" I'-ii ii Mln ml Cliilin. -iinni" :n lhe Fori ].■" i \. r> Certltlciite Issueil uniler sec-
Si eclc Mlnlni! Division "I Ensl K my Hi- llonS--ioftlloAel.il 1"" (to Uc Illllll tu
li'lvl.                                                                   | uml tur iim usi   ui lliu .liui,"'"! llu'
Where loomed:   About -;>: mi],- southeiist Supreme Coun i-'iiimiii;: mu-'u potl-
ol lho source ol Perry Creeli, Hon) of     loo 00
TAKE   NOTICE   Hull   1. .1.   U*.  II.   Yiilllm. 	
Free Minor's Conlflcntc No. M.W1. nueni i.t a. SCHEDULE THREE,
D. Mitchell, ol Fort Steele. British ColumMu. L||B Ai-ooismox or Watkii  am.  W iiiii
Frii'   Mini':'.-   Ccrllllclltc   No.   H0.7SI*,   inli'inl.. poWEK FOH ISD1MTIIIAI. Oil MjHIOTA--
slxtjsdnys from lho ilnlc hereof, to npply to the ,1T„1Mi |,n„,,,sl., ,IY ,,0„„
EillulnM Recorder Ei r ■; cerllllentc of Improve- compasif.s
incuts, iur il," I'la'i"-" nl uliiiiiiiim.' u Crown I
"lain uf the uliovo elnlm Every power eomimtiy shnll pay in respect nf
Anil rui-iln"' ii.li" notice thut iictlou, in
-,,'ii,,n ::;. a.i.-i 1," ""inin. ai"'! hefore tin
-liui.. f suclicertlllci-.il "l im" - vci h : 1:
.1. w. l:. viii'N
Johnson H Robinson
.1 IN ING     BROKERS.
Pout Sti:i:i.i;. II. C,
Correspondence Solicited.
CHAS.   ESTMERE.
Draughtsman and
Blue Printer.
In Moyie Townsite Company
Office,
ench ul Un- -i'", ri'l miitlc:
li.iliili'in I
peel
111
ol Or  IS',17,   ll-'ll
NOTICE.
Pyrauiiii nnd Hm p Iiiii      clnlms slt
unte in Hi" Fori Steele Minimi Dlvlsioi      :     I
K .-l.it V I'i-l ri'l
IVI'i'l"   l""i'l"i:   On    i'y'iilillil   Creel!.   St.
Mnry's lliv I   I noill ! us wesl i    Furl
lie In a wi'-liTli direction lo il polnl soulli ui
llllllll post! il i "iiii lui'ly ebniimmore or
— iu tliu iiuiiii ut tit'L'iiiiiliiii I'liiiiiilnliiiiilK.
ru- inuil' nr li'-.
.1. M. I.HPKVHK.
Dnted Ihls thc lOlh duy of Oct., I80T.    nl-il
NOTICE.
Sixty duys nftor Onto I Intend to mnko np-
lilii'iilluli lu III" llil't l' inl-sluii.'i' ul l.iiiul,
illiil Worlis ill Vletorln for permission lo pur-
huso Un- fnlluii liu* unmirvcyed, unrosorvod
nml unoccupied Crown launls tu Knst Kootonny
lii-irli'i. lleglnntnH nl tho nouth west eornor
il [.ntHQT, Group I. thonoo n-ost elRhty chnlns,
tin uiiriii I'letit.v i'liiiins. ihoncu i-u-i oluhty
liuins. theneo south following the west bound-
my Lm -J1.T- n.i eltility elmlnn to point nf bo-
Kinnlnii, rniitnlnliir iiiii ncros.
M, II. lll'SV.IN.
Dnlcil Oct, nnii. IBOT. iii-ii
NOTICE.
Nollen Is hereby iltven Uml 1. Wlllium Slew-
n ri iimiiii iu upply iu ilu-riii.a CommlRslonor
,i i i- im,i Works, Vloiorlu, lor permission
tu pureliuse no ai'i'"- <>f luml I'l'iuuii'iii'liii.' ul n
i„,nu su iiuiiii- wosl "I iin- i< 'liny Viilleys
nlix'li iiliiiu* tho northern hinindrynl lilncli
llioneo wesl lOchnlm nnrtli 111 ehuins, ensl
lil.lililli- ami '■ lialli'' 1 1 im "I
„ niii,i,,n WM. STKWAIIT,
i nn . u-i i"' H !"■''
NOTICE.
I herein, mi tire llllll slxtj iluys uftiiritiili'
I uni'. i" Hi" I'lilef '' un   lol i
I. l"l   lll'l U"li    l " ssloli lu pm a
i  "t i i |."""i" im ni' ' m|ittoli "i	
ii,."  i ,    Initio im una Horse
 I   „,  '".' Mi" "iii'iiiiil
„■ liuloli iii, pn " a' '"■"'  '   I   	
,   ..I, u ilia wi Mi uliiy llin.i n
Fori stoole Octoborlll I-" lO-Uil
1   s. .'ar..' 11    in  I. v
" l.'v    Mill  II '   ' 0,     I,Uiu".
illner's Cortlllenle Nu. HUM.
froiii ilio iluiu ini i. a. nji-
ii iiei* for ll t'ertltlt'lllool
!■ ill" pur|io.s  ulilnlnl i
Crown Omul ul the nbovo clulm,
Ami lurther lillie nolice Hull licllon. undo
si'i-tlou lir. Illllsl In- I'umin I before llm Issll
lllll'l'Ul  Slll'tl I'l'l'lilll'llli'llf   lllllU'l'll'llll'lll-
A. S, I'AHU'lll.l,.
Duted tills lllll duy ol October, i-l','.
NOTICE,
Wiilmor. Wnrr.'li. Ilrnulis. ami Ml.Chief Mln-
I'lairialius sll a In th" Furl Steelo MilllllK
Division of Kusi K.i nuy District
Whom lni-iiiiili iiii Pyramid Creok, si.
Mury's Hiver. nbout forty milt's uusl ut Furl
Sl.'i'h'.
'I'ulio imiii-i* timi I. A. s. Fnrwoll, uiioni tor
the Pyramid Kootonny Minimi i'n.. Unillcd
(Fnrelenl. Free Minor's Cortlllenle No, lusl.
Intonil, sixty ilnys rrom Um dnlo hereof, loup-
ply in iim Mlnthu Hi -tier Tor u Cortillcnto of
[mprovemontn, iur the pnrposo ut obtnlnlntt a
I'rnii'ii i inuil uf Um nbovo I'liiltu.
Ami fiirlhiT lulu- ncllco Hint notion, undor
si'i'tlnu 111. musi Iii- ['umnmtii't'il boforo Ike Insulin! r sueh Cortillcnto iif Improvements.
A. S. FAIIWKI.I..
Dined tills, ''til iluy uf Satin miu'i'. i-'.'i.
NOTICE.
iii'iiiiil". siiiiu Milium uml Allien Mineral
rliilni-. sliuiil" iii lh" Furl Sleele Minimi Division ul Fill K""l. mi! lllslrlcl.
Whom locnled: On Pyramid Creok, SI
Mury's Hiver, a i lorly inlliw »*" i "I i'""
Tain'
Hi" I'l
IFu.iIi
Ini I
s   Fail',. II. a:  I".
Minimi iu. I nu
-   ivi uii' Nu.  Insl
iimi, ,i 1. -oi linn -*"'[ lliu Acl,ii feel 11 '" lul
For every i.'i rill cnlo under sectton -■
or icetloul i ni" A"i. a i '     '■" no
For iii" i ,; iiilnutlon ami iipprovnl ul
. VCl'J '    II   ill  .     01'   |H'I """'llll:'   lllvlll
lull -. IV.1"-   'al', -. I'l'lllS "I "l II '    a
[cool       luiia
PH0V1NC1A1. SECHKTAllY K OFFICE,
HIS IIONOUH lln* l.ii'iiii'iiuni-iuiv-
,'l'IU.t'llll-      ill'.'..      |l|.'.l-l'tl     I llll'
Hm l.illnuiii-ii|i|iiiiiitiui'nls:
itoslnli Siiri'i'll. E»i|iili'o, Miniii:' Uo-
 'ili-l*. ul lliinnlil. In hu
lii'i'iifili'i'nl Murk.- unil   llrniiils  nti-
il.'rll Cullli* .\i*l." lm* Hi. -Knsl Ki.nl-
 l.v   Kluulnriil   lli-ll*ii'l.  uml   l)u|ilily
rli'i'li iliiin* I'.'ii,','. iur llm Niii-ili.-i-n
Division ol iin* sniil Distriot,
Chiil'los Mnssi'.v Eilwiinls, [Csqull'o,
Mining Recoi'doi', ul Korl Sleolo, in
ho
1 >.• 1.111v Clorli nf Uiu Poauo, nml
Ki'uisirni* iif ilu* County ('inin nl
Kiiuii'iiiij holdon at. port Stoolo.
AGREEMENT   POR   SUNDAY
CLOSING.
We ih" untlonduned business mon nf Fori
Steelo do horoby bind ourselves, upon our word
il 1 '. thai  uu will nul s"ll ur alluii'In lm
."hi I • stores nny i I-. n-nresorinercknn-
Use liiimi llm Lord's Dny und llinl nu nlll mu
I'll"   ur nlluii   iu   In. delivered .in,   , K
inn- ur moroluinillsi  ii|mn Uml dny whicli
mi" boon  I iiiiuii am nn rloiisdny. This
u'i-i'i' il  lu Uu I'IiiiIiin- Iiiiiii Hi" Illlli iluy uf
in
ui' 	
Hill'"""     '"'  HI'   I ' "    '   ""■    'I
li,,,in i luiul ul lln' nl'".'  .'.'
An.I Ii.hii. in: '"-   Un i I..
., , i.ml  :.   am  I I"  " a H 1' '
,, '    mil i ' Impi  I'l'IIU'lll
',    ■   I   il.'U'lvl.l
Uni" ISM il,,) "i Seplilnli I   i".'•
Setniinibur, ism.
Furl Sleele Mere
Hill ', laial ;n
i'iuiui .'. I •
I iiiiii .'. iu
 Tnoiiliniisi i
li l, inn .1,",,
l. a in	
» v
"i*ii   t'liiirlnsTill
Un
I A I'l
t   A, ll, nil,l"
II   I    Kill-A Co,
,1    'l.lnii,    .Hi,
.1    V.     Hull
F .1   I    .1    .'IU
lluUlli' '■ Illllll
IILAU.
THE PROSPLCTOn.
D. M, McMillan,
Mining Propositions,
Mining Shares,
I'lll'lll   lilllllls  llllll
Real Estate,
CORRESPONDENCE  SOLICITED,
I). M, McMillan, Brandon, Mint.
Joe Taenhauser.
WATCHMAKER   And
J_WEI-LI_R,
If your miii'li is sink Bond ii loTuon-
ininsur's Watch IIospitai.,
Omiosite Towiisiti; Oiilce.
«H thi: hh
EXOUANGE .,. SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
CASH PAID FOR COLD DUST,
EXCHANGES BOUGHT .t COLLEO-
T10.NS   HANDLED.
Drafts sold pay'ablo in Exchange
mi iill principal points in
America.
REFERENCES.
Kxi'liiuiui' Niitiiuiiil Hunk    S|ii,kiitii*.
Commoi'tilul   "        "       Poi'llnnd.
Xiil. Iinni,'nf I'lilni     KunsiisCity,
l*'iI-.-.I .Niitiiuiiil liunli El'lo, I'm
Mi'i'i'liiinls Nut. liunli I'ml luml.
Fort Steele Assay
Office,
RONAN &LEACE
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER IIO, 1-
jonn i m,
Ei O O -t 13   .:,-A   S i-i ocs
Of*'if-   -Qsah"r <___«_>_ (• ,'.r__ I'i.,
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?*_/ttvu--_ *-wm1____________________________^^h •_-_-__■___■
h
__________________ 41
ercaiitile Co." |f
Wholesale ^ Retail
ULEKS IN
-S*-«..f:^'**^^Y:W. -*:*
Repairing dons in a workmanlike
manner.
|    DAVID  GOLDBURG
;;;;;:::„ ^cZ^general merchandise
nry, Fruit, Nuts, &c, itc,
Cigars & Tobacco.
WAKE   MONEY,
IBS ! '
Btv
L0IS
IN
yoYiE r ity
Hardware, Groceries, Giotnina
Boots * Shoes, RoDDer   ■.
tout Steele okes.        | Star mine has a promhioiil place, mail
_,.,.,      with largo samples of galena and i Gr*
Tress Coir.iii'-'iit on  Our Exhibit at,    ■■HiHHH*aHB________H_il__l
his spi
Siiokane. carhouuto of lend and u beautiful
(Froinsi .nmn-iteviqii-.onoiiorin.)     specimen nf native silver, linv-
Tin' British Columbia exhibit ing u vnltto of §10
at tin' Fruit Pair shows a won-
dei'ful variety unil gives u fair
idea ui   Iho  great   mineral resources of  iii,* Province,   The
arrangement is miicli better than
lasl your, uml ihose who visit
the exhibit gain u [uirer knowledge of t!»' value uml quality of
the oros than wus possible in
previous exhibitions,  About one
third of tin' space in the mineral
display is occupied by tin* ores
uf British Columbia,
In tlio opinion of many visitors
tin' Port Steele exhibit excels all
others in completeness us well
us iii neatness of displuy.  There
un' about two inns nf mineral in
tin.' exhibit, showing gold,  sil-
ver, copper, lead, unil coal from
('tow's Nest Puss.
Tin' exhibit is in  charge of
A. II. Grace, editor of tlio Fort
Sli'i'li'  PHOSPECTOH, unil to his
I'rangenieuts with A, 11,
who Inul ilu' exhibit in
iiii:! who personally at-
to liu* collection of il. lo
io nispliiy iVoiii  tin* fior
men shows lino crystals and is building to tlio large show win-
much admired. dow in tho downtown office of
Tho Dibble mine has about -OOltho road, where it '.'.'ill be kept
pounds of rich antimonal silver|ia tho view ol   the  thousands
on' llinl assays high in gold and
silvor.   Tho   Coroniido   group,
tho great discovery made during
llio  past  season,  shows   some
AND
I/IMBERLY,
D. A. MelNTOSH,
Sole Agent.
• • Port Steele.	
Crockery,    Lumps,   Glassware,   [lains,   llui'oii    suit
i      Men and Women's Overshoes, Dry Goods, Maoanav s, Blankets,
COAL OIL, OATS, BRAN and SHORTS
Willi I'm' oui' now Cun !::iiii'"iii ot Queon Hunters unil Stool I 'uoldns* Hun ;i i.
**:^**'*'**^»*«r*; *&•!* **********
choice specimens of gray copper. The fame thai this discovery bus attained leads many to
seek its oros the lirsl thing upon
ontering the building.
Ivoil Mountain, Badger and
Perry Creek ores nro represented by about -"ii pounds of gold
quartz, and the Burton mine
makes u showing of large specimens of copper carbonates that
carry IM per cent, coppor,
The St. Eugene mine bus on
exhibition several huge blocks of
galena that assays "ill ouni
who daily pass the window, for
the next'10 days.   Then the col- poE   SALE.
lection will 'u* taken to Seattle, .-.-.
and bo similiarlv displayed, after    AlG-horse-powerpoitab esaw
St. Paul andltnill, in good condition.    Apply I TO
ft
m
;*
which  il   goi
to
Minneapolis, and possibly other
eastern citibs, being always displayed to the best possible advantage under tho direction of
tho Great Northern Company.
Mr. Grace is highly gratified
that his collection will thus be
made to advertise the wealth of
the Fort Steele district in cities |
where its resources nro little understood.
"I have been the recipient of
many favors during my stay in
Spokane," said Mr. Grace ves-1BREAKFAS'i
N. HANSON,
Wasa, 11. C.
Steele   House.
F. A, SHIP
*
*
1
*
Ll
&
DURICK
FORT   STEELE,   I!, C.
w
I
£
**
*
*
*
^^^^^^^ * General    Merchandise. *
llu- loused the Dining II nunil Boil  $f sjf.
rooiub of tho steole Houso, una boBs $ Minors    Supplies    n    Specially    #
lu solicit ii nhnve nl ill'' |iuli'i)iii'._i ul   ^ *        ^
|S Agents  For  Thc California      *
tin.* imiiiii
dining room open from   \Z Giant Powder Comi>an y. #
6 A.M.  TO 8 P.M. * %
»- - r.      " • i,1Fvvn'AST ,0""!!™:mM^MMW9MWmsWM^MMMM
,„.,..,. ,, _  silvor and iO per eont in lead, terdav, "and itwill be gratifying uu>nlj"    "
'"''"' . ' ;       ■ ■ i sri'i'ir,           ii to 8 ii.ni.
energetic effoits lhe success of Also from Moyie Lake are sam- to the people of Port Stoele and '
*     •"-■'— '- ' '•• -1—    a"* pies from the Peter. Lake Shore, | the mining men of tho district to |   Sbort orders will bo served only he-j
tin* display is largely due, He
has hud ilu* active co-operation
of lhe people of tho district generally, showing thai they arc
ttlivo to the needs of the district
i'Yu Diavolo and ton others, hearof tho cordial reception tic-
Lewis Creek makes a great corded and tho interest manifest-
showing  with   oros   from   tho ed in tho exhibit of ores.   Itcost
  „   Lucky Boy, Stemwinder, Minnie timo and inonoy to get thecollec-
nnd the benefits thai will avis.' M. group, John L, Copper King, tion together. Tho item 'of
from such a showing of mineral Lady Anno Groupe, Star, Iiiii freight alone from Fori Steele
products. Nye, Klondike No. 1. and thirty was $60, and the photographs of
Waving above the  the Fort others. the North Star mine cost S50 for
Steelo display are the Hugs of From Tracy Creek are samples :lhl, pi,,,!,,,,->■;,,,'„.,.•., services, in
Ureal   Britain und the United from the Estella, Golden Fleece, |addition to the regular price for
Slnles. fittingly Indicating that
the properties represented arc
being developed by international
effort. Among the many objects
of interesl i.s u large glass vase
tilled Willi ores with the Brilisli
ensign und the words "Fort
Steele. B. C," showing mi the
side, worked in the various
colored ores, all of whicli were
collected in tlie district, Close
ut bund are aboul 80 vials containing samples of different kinds
of concentrates and 180 smaller
vials containing pulp and con-
centrales.
Two huge blocks of coul from
Crow's Nesl Pass are also it
feature Mi. Graco says the coal
is alniosl enlii'i'l.y five from foreign mat tor and produces tin;
Hnest Of cuke, lie lliul samples
of lho Inlli'i* I" show ns proof of
Ills assertion, bul ihey havo all
heen carried away by visitors.
Aboul two dozen photographs
aptly illustrate tho progress of
Port Sleele unil the work that is
being done at the mines, One
view shows Ilic ore sheds of the
North Stur mine, in which 8,000
tons of ore were stored wailing
for the coming of a railroad,
Mr. Grace carries in liis pocket
several small vials, one of whicli
contains gold to tho vuluo of
sl.iil, washed out of one panful
of dirt from ii placo. claim on
Wild Horse Orook 11 short time
ago. ll is largo Hake gold.
Another vial conlains hundreds
uf assay buttons which Mt*. Graco
thinks good evidence of activity,
us Ihey lire llm result of less
Iiiiiii two monl lis work in one
Port Stoolo assay olliee uml
thoro uni others.
In Um oxhibll 192 claims nre
rep resented.   The famous Norlli
and aboul 20 others, und Lost 1JJlitluOB, ,.t ,„ „,.„ ,„
Creek shows, besides the Dibble flle eftol.ti hlAV,.v,.,., and Port
ores, the Emerald, Percy, Key Steel- wll] b„ ropl.esented hm,
stone, and Richmond Hill. |og|lin next year with u better
addition to lhe regular price for
the pictures,   ft is well worth
Weaver Creek shows a single Lhowing thon thiSi you see that
specimen from the Prospector's m,lsi „■■ thl,si, ,,.,„ ,u,0 f|,ml Ul(,
Dream, a mine not unknown toSttrface| practically. The St.
I'ame. Tho placers of "Wild Horse Eugen0 -ampleg ,u.t, [ron, lk,
Creek were not overlooked, and gl.oatest depth of .,,* With lh(,
gold is shown from the Inviota devolopment wol.k 11W in pro.
and Nip and Tuck placer mines. 1 _„..- W(, ,.,,„ muk(,. boUol, ,md
Among tlie quartz claims from
the same stream ores are shown
from tho Coronado, Mount Di-
ulilii, Colossus, Cornucopia, Top
Iiuiiii. Jack Pot, Golden Five
group, llald Mountain, Excelsior, Sliol, iind over 50 olhers.
Elk River shows oro from Burton, Chickiiinmiini, Stone, nnil
others, ami Bull River is represented l>,v Waterfall and soveral
properties from lho vicinity of
Sund Creek.
Prom Cuiinl Plat come ores
from the Canal, Gwoudolin, antl
several oi hers, and Palmer's Bar
is represented by ores from the
Daisy inul othor promising properties. The Sullivan group lias
on exhibition about 50 pounds of
rich galena.
"Fort Steele bus an assured
future," saiil Mr. Grace yoster-
day; "Situated us ii is at tho
lieiid of navigation of tho Kootenay River, wilii direct ruilwuy
communication assured by tho
Crow's Nesl Railway, the town
is liiiund lo bo in lho future wlnil
il Ims boon in the past, the distributing point for tho'wholo of
soul hern Knsl Kootonay, Tho
presenl population is 1,200,
Watch il grow next year."
The big Port Stoolo oxhibll
will be iniide lo serve a useful
purpose for soiiiii lime to come,
Tin; Groat   Northern rond has
Iwi'i'ii regulnr iiu'iil Inuil'
fort SEie
GERMAN BAKERY
AND
COFFEE HOUSE.
STAGE LINE,
D. W. WOODBURY, MANAGER.
Home  made Bread and freshl0"'1"3"'^/^2;*'?7'™*1''
1    Bulges wlll liuivi' Porl Stoolo on Prl-
Coffee at all hours.
FRANK PECKSTEIN
Moyie Hotel
Ule City, B- G.
dny iniii'iiiiiiis ui '     	
turning   louvo   [Culiupcll
Tiu-silii.v mornlngi* ut
" o'olock.
Kalispell and Port Steele offices
at the stores of
H, E. KING&CO
n richer showing a year hence."
Mr. Graco contemplates issuing a large illustrated edition of
Iio Port  Sleele PHOSPECTOH lit
an early date, showing many il-
Mirations of the town of Fori
Steele iind the mines nnd pros-
peels in tho surrounding districts,
Lull,- sii'iri' Mineral I'lniiu. siiiiiiiiii in ilu-
l'"l'l Sli'i'li-Mlllilli.' Illllslull.it liusl Kiii'li'Illiy
DiHirlet.
uii.'iv loratcili-Oii lower Moyle Ulie.iiiUoln-
Ing llio Moylo Mineral Clulm.
Till! iio Umi I. runs, i*. Carroll, Free
Minor's Corllllciuo Nn. 87,3-111, BKont lor Muitlii
'.v. 1-'. M. I*. Nu. Nl.s-ili; Tl Umllr. I*'. M. ,'■
Nu. lfJ.HH: .lulm Dny, l*. .M.I*. No.8rt.800l T. II.
Murpliy, r. M. e. Nn. mi.nw: elms. 0. Purroll,
l*. M. 0. No, 87,8111, Free Minor's Cortillcnto Nn.
87.SIH. Inli'inl. slsiy ilnys Irom tlio ilulo liorool,
to upply to tho .Mlnlni- Reconlcr tnr n corllll-
into nt Improvements, lor llie purpose ol ol>
iiliiliii-ii Crown iri'iiiit nf iin'niiiii'i'I'liilm.
Ami further mln* notieo Unu iicttoii, uiiilor
sci'tiun it;, musi lu- I'niniiii'ui'i'ii lieforo lho i---.ii-
uiicouf Mu'iiI't'iiIiii'iiirut improvomonls.
CHAS. G l-'AIIIIKI.I.. Aui'lll.
liiili'il llils-.'Ulli iluy ut Octolll r, 18117.
NOTICE.
Tin inn-Hi mlnoral elnlm, ■ ul in lho
t--..1-1 Slci'li   Mliiiiii; UlVlslon of Knsl K iiii','
I'MHi'l.
Wlioro I'li'iii.ii mi iiiii'i.;.iii'i'iy uiu. nenr
Mnrli I'l'.'.li.
■ruin' uiuii'i' iiiiii I, Noll Mel lOnrran, I'roo
Minor's i ''iiiiii'iih' \'n im'.i;. in  for n II.
Miiiin. ,,, .Uniiiii'iil Quoin* I'rcu Minor's Cor-
11li.-nI,- -,■,,. '.i'l.""l I,ih'iul silly ilnys   ll lut''
horeuf, lo upply lo llio Muilni- llccorilor lm ll
'■'■iiiiii'iiii'iii Improv ins for lliu purpose "f
niiiiiiiiiiii- ,i Crow uni of the to elnlm.
Ami furilior lulm notice thnl iicilon unilor
".I ir. iiiiibi liu coin i.i.'ii'i'iui'i'iiii'ls.
siiiiiu'i' nf sueh corlllleuto "I Improvements.
Nun, Mnl.unu riiiut.i.N.
Dnloil Oils iinni iluy of October, isiit.     it-si
First elnsrt ttccDiiiinotlation foi- travelling public,    A wnli stoi'kuil liur.
(luiul Btnbllng,
O. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR.
Teams leave Fort Steele Tuesdays Fridays and Saturdays at
7 a.m. for Elliott's Landing, con-
necting witli  boats  for Moyie
City.
Boats run In* luul iiu.v iluv ul Elliott's,
Crow's    Nest
HOTEL
Elk River, on the line of
the new railway.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR
TRAVELLERS.
THP
MINERS'
HOTEL.
Perry Creek,
Now open fur Inisini'ss.    I'iiII sliu'li uf
Willi's.   lii|lllll'S Ullll olglll'H'    (imul   In'ils
nnil nunil iin>iils ut i-i'iisiiiiulilii prli'i's.
A. .1. Koill'ltTSoN.
Millllll-'T, .IAMIIS ,1. MOMVOY.
PREiEMflN AND GEARY.
Liveru, Feed S Sale Stable.
Fori Stoolo li.C
SAIllH.I'', ,\ I'.M'K II'HISKS.
IKA.MINO 01 All, KINDS A SI'liCIAl.TY
JOHN WEIGHTMftN
I.IYEY.
FEED, ANV
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel  Mont.
Parties i" nml limn Porl sir.'!.
will find Unit tliis is tlu* best pluco tu
leavo tln.'ii' Btook. uml obtain convoy-
anoes.
l-OHT STEELE
AND
MOYIE LAKE
STAGE  LINE.
A lii-wiM'kly BtugQ will leave sin'lr
ovory Tuesday uud l-'ridnv ui
7:80 A M
Commencing Friday, July 10th, ftn*
Cranbrook, Sifton, ami Moyio City.
Uoturnlng   will  leuve  Moyio  mi
Wednesday- und Saturdays ut
8:80 P M
r.i'iii'liiiur Steele lln* day tollowlng
ut muni.
Tii'kft.- muy lu* procured from C, M.
Koop, Suli' l)ii|uiiit l'n., Sli'i'li'. uml
uml ut thr IInii'l. MoyloClty,
The Great North Western Telegraph Company.
Direct service to all parts of the
World.
;e 0 Steele
FREIGHT
LINE.
Prolghl will Ira cni'i'ied liottvoun Porl
Stoolo, I'l-iiiilirniili. siliiin. uml Moylu
City, ul llu' fnll.iuiiiv rail".:
(Ovor Wlbs, In**,,'.* ui luiilli-. I'titu.)
Ili'tivi'.'ii Sli'i'lr uml rriiiiliriu.k
,',ll iiiiiiiiii- *  li,
lllll liuiiini-     ,',ll
I t.-t w.-.-li Sli'i'li■ llllll Silliiu
,'.ii i ul-  7f,
Mill | ml-.  I,llll
I'u'lwi'.'ii si,-i'l.' uml Moylu
.'ill |l<illllll>.  I.uu
lllll |iiuilli|s  I.',11
Sponlnl I'ulos mi lm*:"' Ini- mnv I"'
ill'iiii U  liv ;i|i|il\iiiii   In I', M. Koop,
Sul.- lli'ii.Ml l.iiil.iin:', Port Stoolo,
Alsii  II  -111;.''*  lilli'   Iwii'i*  ll wi'i'll   ll.--
I.w i Moyie I .uio- uml Stoolo,
Porl Stoole, 13. C, July 111, 181)7,
Offices in  all   important
points in East Kootenay,
Mrs, SPRAGUE
Fruit ■'■ Confectionery
rjf    Notions of all kinds.
CIGARS and TOBACCO.     uu
KM H()S|)it,(l
KALISPELL, MOIITANA.
Mrs, I - ' "iilui
IIIKIvl "lulls.
.1. II. lliul
**    W.A.I  *uil       ^^^^^^^
Mils.  !!.  II,  V.'lllilil.l,*.  Viiiiii  ,t.
I'iili,iil. mnn I'"" Sli'.'l,', mul lln*
initios, ii Ml Ur rr''' in il ut I'l'ii-iiiiiiiil-'
t-iiti--.   I'm' ti'i'ins lijiply in:
Mrs. t. r. Webber, Wanaoer.
KALISPELL,  MONTANA, THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, ll. C. OCTOBER 80, 1807
Till'*,    PROSPECTOR     survey Imil heen completed wilh   money llinn I xpoeto'I,    lie i.s Van   In   T li. Shun  nessy
ul waiting fm* lho whole lo be Ihus "Hush" in funds, and  since It-li Angus and  William  Han
has taken this much more oul K«»n. nil of •MoiiIkkiI; Sir (Imp
. i.'i ii Kirlcpntricli and   I*..   I..   ' i Iur,
In connection will, this worh   " lhu 1T"V. Tf,   *, T,m"""; J* -V(;i ». Olluwn:
Iho government  should  appnin, Mn ^ " "'I'f ™ fllt'll»'"')*' Hurry Abholl,   Vancouver, and
'ii* ii jioi'luni "i ii in all events, in \\ illiiini \\ liyto, \\ intd|ieg.   ll is
complete I,
IS   UUHLIsllEH   IYEEKI.Y   IIY
Till:   PROSPECTOR  COMPANY,
A. IS. GRACE. MANAGER.
RW,,tnbl <ir"M" lhi's 'li**"'i'''  lhe ,'iroseciili ' such  tvorlts ^"'' this^ompa.iy's   charier
l»blt'   ,',,, ,1,,, | HI "'  i I"   nu   ""I1 11"1  Cllllllllillll    I'llrilir   Kail
tii direct  settlors   ii
lauds.    .Ai lhe govornmonl olHc
for tin' lu'ii.'iii of iho people up
we have onllined   above.     ll<
way i-i m, | ni ii \' is building   llu
i 'row's. Nesl railway.
THE   PROSPECTOR,   '•■   puMlslicil boi'O,   11--     \V6     IlllVO    lieretofoi'i
every SutiiiUnv. iiiiiI luia ii Riinrnntccil       .   , musi see the Wisdom anil   llec.-.i
,,..,;,,,   .:..,. ,,,,„ .,„, „,...,- „.,„.... tunned mi. iii'M in im iii:nr:ii:i .      ,,      .            ..               ... Iliero was a bad wroc c on I u
cii.iiiii'1,.11 i.ini.i iii.in jn> mini p.ips i silv ol such exiiendiliires. and i! ,,     ,,.,,,
in i nsi iiiiiiiciiii). n i~ nn iiinn-.* i'i mt. .i timi ran Wc Imil, in,-  ilio  reason .   ' I.i"  11.11   in the  iiioiiniii'ii-. ui
una en nniiii- .inutile itu* ii."- nt mi) ,■   , ,' , i lir dees not turn liis present  "|>   .,      ,.
"""-""• .1., that the government has pro id                                      .        .,   , Nlmnlm   Inst,    he eng neor o   i
other pnpet- In tlicJliii let,                                                                  ,'.,.. pol'tilllllv lo accouill. he Will   be ,   ,,',
is nn udvcrtlsltiB inedii-.m It In un- nil lhi* ntlh ",nU'A 111    Illclllties      ,,       '   ,     ,           , ,      , ,   , livnilil Insl enntrnl n|   Ins   triiin
■celled. ,■ ,,., ,.,„ „..„ held slni'tly charge wilh it.    , .,,,,,
THIS PAPER
Sl
.-m.-.'II.'.I nnii s.i i in 11 i ii.n ivi', inn' ii ii i:  'i, ,
tor tho acquisition ol such Know anil  n   run away ul ii Ingliilul
Dcvoii'il  - ',   .   , ...        ,.*„'   ,li:.      That   lii.T"   '.'.ill   1"  ,i-M.i" li ..,„.r| i"«nlli.'si\ iii'i-iii'iit "'nul,'
devi     .'■'.'■■- "I ,    , '
lt,.,,,,.. K   „,, nnpiir i.i |"'i>!'. ih." ini.'-  over Tn.'ii.ini iiinl nil jiiiiipi'iliiMsiiiin
eiisiiry, mill nil ;,s ||u, lmin ,:,,| a«a,\,  or  Ihere
V »«t  I" would    indoublodly  liave  l„	
el th' " ■ mi   lie ic ," || lives insl  Tl"* lruin run
;," I ou.oon, '    lhe safelv switches,
'  '""'I* i ' ■ when  lhe engine wus reduced lo
' '" scrap him ami I. r nvolvocars
. u ■ io ', n | .,"  wood
■v.Vels lisptilehsuysi-One
' ' "   lhe  Pvramid-ICooleuav  Min*
1    I  '   I'ompanv brought into Nol
.New    Wos lUilllsler,    aii'l    kuui-  | |' I; , iwiv . '      ,    '
'""uuu- -"ii ih' i.lh.a' .lav some exceed-
.i'i'   or ilu* n'gisl                                         ■. ..I,,..] |,i,,,,,.,, , .    '       ,        ,
'■ nigh lim' specimens ol mv from
;:lllll   in   Hie  districts                                                  ■   , '.'•im'niiver •    ,   ,       ■ ,
' N'*m,mxi '• properties belonging tn tho Com-
  ■ ed. winU> thi \ i*     . ,..■," -   |; Miii ii ,     .,.','   ,,
A    '■'"" '     '"" n'lJ I'lmv localed in lln- fori Steelo
Aivases ''wedal ,,„„„,.,, .,,„„„   ,-   mlles   ,■.,„„
this Provinc :    ' •'  ■'■ and said Pilol Uny.    Hi* would givo very
.... • •■■    ■   per mil,, few particulars regurding them,
\"i Wesl   ,   ,,,,,   ;1.   ;,   ;„„„,.,   wus    ,,,„ Muting only Unit   the  ledge is
aister. and K s are ■    .„, hegin worh on, und strong und U feel-wule and thai
'     -     * e would "o to thei ish, "]"r> m'U "[ '   "its olllie same
iii.u in wn.'iu ...i i" in, 1.. _i-si,t churiicter ns thn tsiimnles,   The
I'lunn*. specimens npponred to be a solid
©ije gteaspectrc.
-
.
.'[""""  "."i|'|".""i    in   "i     ii   .sul III
there are the Cassiar buz- muss of   pyrites with  u   Unit*
. -    ...       ,    ards. and the Coast ami Cariboo gulenn, but no assny hnd been
L,i                    - Thus            ds, aud the British Coluin- °„bmil,oc1'. He hud equally good
lv ,                   .                              ,             snnipli's Irom uu adjoining chum
suitable for agriculture l ■"                                                    ;,!:l 1|V""IIS* *■■•'• mlluJ' "lh"'' r;"'-   ,vl,k*|, was niuiv.' copper mostly,
othe      strict in the im st go all thi   riou birds und beusls all smelling Of the latter he said the ledge
the Prov'n                          - ''' " '    '                                            ;'"'1 ""';''* ;il the -provincial was a good one and there was
daytosu] -a -ri il -                                                :" treasury.    They all know, too, t°ts of it."
perous ngrioull 5S attl thai it i- Um laMnpportuuity lhei==^	
1 il* I I n I.T     ,1 _ '  .1     . I i .il"!,,  '       (   I ■'    	
iind the effort ottl                    '" '   lflail-s is j present goveniinent will have of                   notice.
-■ -              reusing,      amieasin"theirunholvaiinetitps*       N"T"'E IsHEI,EUVG'v'*' •l'i" «»«i>piic«-
shoulll   li" tn -'"'i'l          OSS .i|'|" .1. in^ nn .1 "l.nnij .ippt lius.   tlon will be lllinlo to (lie UBlslullve Assiimbly
ble aid within reasonable      i -     -, •..;    •;n"1 their clamour is thereforeUiiueprovini.e0tB**iiisi,cm,, i„...u>,„*xi
tn populationl |.,,   „..,.„„   ]>,,,,),    .,„.„   -''-si.'u inrun Ai-i rn iiii-.n-tiiiiiii,'ii ci'111,.11,1.1
towards securing llie* e       -• ,     Province i!lU l    v                     g          "*lu"""cr w roUb,ru"' C11U"'' ^'^ """
„.„„.,„ „,■,,„. i,„,,     Ti           ' "   ^10'lnct ment being ah-eady doomed, we »'»tntBtr.o siuiArf era n».*foW-,ui.Boraiiw»,'
"" '■  "'   tne lands.    Hi" in- ,,   , .. transfers ol laud  ,      , ,  ,.c    ,.   ,,,   ,..
rmii'v fm- l-niiU In- ii,!,.ii,Iiii"- -.'■ *l" nn| h,*lii*ve Uiiil Ini'ir  suOCOS-
ipui.i mt t'liid.-, in inn inim- -     ,, t was not reas          ... ,,,,       ,
tiers is becoming brisker all the  i.i.. ...    .  ....   ......   ,,    spswi11 '"   bound ln caxvS out
»###########$■#####$######
Mining Brokers
I   Real  1-statc
and
Commission Agents.
Correspondents in
|    Motttreal,
1       Ottawa,       s
t     Toronto,
\     Winnipeg,
s London and
Chicago.
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ODtion. carried.     |
Dea s Transacted, i
jit
10. A. ELTON & CO. i^
Books kept und accounts audited. 9
9
mmmmmmmmmfa
time, and nexl veur ':' is safe to
I'lialil.' in expect   that   the ex-
any iiiijusiiiiiil scundallousagree*
'tow i-'iliilic luiliviiy
trom Sinn,' iiuiiii in rn* ii'.-m* in west ol where
lho Hrilisli I'l.l'.iiiiliiil Siiullii'rli Uiiiliuiycnis-
si*s tho Kiiiiti'iiu.v ltivi'l'. lliilli'i- U|illii' Sl..Mury's
River ton lKiiiu ul or near llie North Sim* Mini',
j llii'iii'i- illuni.' llie Sl.Muiy's li'h'i'r by the most
feasible route in ii lmlm on Komium)* Lnlto, c.'.*„'i
Isn from u point on the siiiil Hue by Utc nil's!
pense ol u registry office should
Hiv tin,  iii,. ii,.i!i*iii.u will lm       i                              iii ments that may be mad
S''*N   *"'*   ""   ll""'"1'- "'it  '"   be   borne,   it   was   nol   Indeed  :  „.	
very greatly increased.                necessary.   But the times have While Provincial Premier Tur- j ie..»»>i- n..m-1..., ii_i,n ..u r-mwr a.t..w i_.h
nml '.u biiinl uml iiiiiiiiii' iriuuwiii's in eonnec-
,,,, M     ) .   ,.   , i  ,.    .    changed, and one ol the necessi- net* was m Rossland recently it u0n therewith, with powor to i truct.opor-
*'"s lhat  tho changed order of was in>iflii*d nut tnliim that mi-1 ;l"';""1 ii"""'"!" iniim-ii am-.-, iiii.inu iii-i-.^^niy
lll   pri'.ii'lit   IS a (lOVei'Illlielll  sill*- ,                                                      brlilues. roiulu. w»v» anil lorries unil to build.
vevof the lands iii these vallevs '"in"s lllls bl'0HSht about  is a der the law respecting voters as „„n,,,n_maintain w-nrvesnniiita-taiu, ,„.■-
■             '                             "land   registry    office   at   Port it now stands, a British subject *"' UuOT'ul1'"'"' wUl1 »"wct l"tallM' °™'
sinliilil" tin* si'ttli'iiicnt   ami  we          , ,.                              .       ifiulii   uml uiiiiiiii'iii si,mn umi other res-
,   ,,    ,   ,.      ,. ...   Sti'i'lr.     SllCll   11    remStl'V   otlil*i*   must     reside    IU    the    Province  sols unil bonis uml i nu   lhe snmconanv
Iriisl llinl llm I lovi'i'iniii'iii mil                                  -       • ,                      i si is I,,,,, ii,.."  ..ii,, "isn,., ui,   .nn, ,„i.,i,i
is nu,!*,' necessary hero than in loiirieen mnnilis bciore In* can unvinabiowaterswiibu,meproviuecnniiwan
Sl'l'   Its Will    III   (lOVOtllUr   11   sulil-                                          ; ' lii.ii.-l-Iii liilllil. i'.|iiil. ,.|ii'inli'iiiiiI ii.iiulninl.'l-
any otlier part of Kootonay, be- vote and it was urged that this otranh ami teiem „ lines in conneetio,, ivitu
I'm* IiiiiI   purpose in
Uu
('01111111;
cause of lhe large area of agri- limit should be reduced to six suiiimiiirayumiiirniiehesumiioiieneraieoiee-
31897 £
Lee, Metford, Winchester, Marlin, Remington,
and Savage rifles. Greener, Tisdall, Scott, Cla-
brough, and \V. Richards shotguns.
Ono halt million rille uml sliotpiin cartries-of every kind
mnl qutility.   Cutnlo(rtio on upplii'iition.
TISDALL'S GUN STORE,
Vancouver.
cultural land llinl  we  havo to months  or   h
.-n»itiniin*mTmn^iTniiiTimiii:r,uniir,niiniiniinniinnnTinnn_nTinnnnnnTO
tfimnnni'ftm^miTTimnniinniiinitTiiiiiiTTiiTiTTTiTnimimnnnTTiTniinnniinim'a-;
..*.„*      I"" ."iav"' " •-•    Ml*    Tum'''*-'''"''''*^M'''»^
',.,„,,   .„,,    ,. „ ,. „„ ' :  deal with.    In Eastern .Canada, according to the Miner, "wus not imn'osesoithecompun,* i to neoniro mmis. |-t V IL LUhlA Mill ALLU hblUAL  VV UK lib, I:
sl,lllil iiiiiii   nl   11", I'llll",     I   v.iilllil ... , , .      I ,. , ,       ■ s        .   ,   ■ Iii'im-i's. iirivili'vi's "I"!!" i , l.is iiiini miv.'iv    -"
, ■     ,•     ,i in Dnttii'io. cue i cimiilv has  its very  lavnrabiv  impressed  with Df„,„„„i _nnii.ii_i m i .-a., ,.r ..ni,-'.- m-i
In* a paying enterprise lor lln' ... ..........        ■ ,,in'''"■    uipniiorp
Covernmcnl   lo  go  into.   Th
sum nf (20,1X10 expended in sm
. in*"    lu-ii     nm!    iimiii-   nl*   tti,..!"   nli''   lliiil    III*     I i: i*n i. i- leas   "1111. I lel'rles, wliurves uii'l vessels liullt by t
vi'vs iii tin' ilisiricl. would result
inn liately in  ll
nt.Iiiii hi
lund registry office,- in some of the idea, but promised to give it
ilii-in. if we mistake not, there his attention." It is not surpris-
nro iv."n. and many of those ing that Mr. Turner was "mi-
eastern  counties   have  smaller favorably impressed" with  the
-.■I mils :tt
large numbers nf settlers who,
populations nnd nono of  them proposal,   because   he
ITii',-., wl
i Kticli routlh
urvesun i vi s
ny. and
lih power to
ningciiii'
ts witli rollwn
mpiinii s
ind for nil oiii
in lln* alisi'i of lli
survey
anvllii
"i      .i "   i      i '   "      . i-    .   . i   . ' ilentuliluhts, pou
lil-.-" Um area nl  land .alive to the tact Unit every ex-1  d-'ihdatthi!
embraced in the vast county of tension or enlargement of  the llnl1 u-vv ol*'
EE
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ilng et
ivs et
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behalf. ||   GOLD ASSAY, $1.00,      GOLD AND SILVEB, $1.50,
Sli.VI'.K. ifl.nn. SILVER AND LEAD, 11.60
,m**—'m ASSAY OFFICE,
43 FORT STREET.  VICTORIA. B.C.
W. J, R. COWELL, B. A„ F. G. S„ MINING ENGINEER.
SOLE PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER.
'i nu- tt
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,, ,. , llAVlS.JI.MlSil.M.I.MAl'M'.ll. ••. .MIllii'l'T.   ! tt
|Pl'OVincittl     franchise    means   a SnlWtornlor lho Applleonts,   n-'.'il    II
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et
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LEAD, W.00, GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER, $3.    =
OTHER METALS ON Al'I'l.li'ATION.
NOTICE.
■ i,   , "i.ii "iiliiiai*i''i  tu  uu*   \asi i*<
will In* riiiniii'lli'i! in look else-
i-     ,    , .,' East mid Vi est l\iu,l,'iia\
where lm* lands, or ai all events
.,, , i.i       i ■    .i   • idci'lier dcplli tn Un'aviilaiirlii'nl
VV      1)0 t! '(.'111 V   lllldel*0(      1 their       Tlin cllinf fviinnsonFiTinlnliiin , ■,,   ,
i no cmet expense or maintain- votes llmlwlll bm,yu        d 	
oi'erations here.    Once located inK a registry office is tho salar- L, ,,„, ,;„,',„,„„„„ ,,„... .,„„     xotieoisheret,,-*,ive„ .hm ,„, „i„*.„",*i..ii„ t|       ' " '>'"I'. Al ." "' **'"' 'I ' , '•> l"-',' '
burn Ihnv wniilil imnnnli'ilelv lie ■       ,■   i       . ■■' •  ,      ....,•     ,■       'ledlled I m\('l nnii'iil lli'M slim-  ,.,lsM„., „,,,,, ,..,..„„.,,, !CC        'I In' I lilnl'inatlnii i'llllll -J Tims a iluy
in in nn      "    i .iniui'iii.iii ,\ in les of the ofiteiu s. But this aftor ,,,,,,. T.   7,    ,n .,    ,    .Ti  ,?,  ,n   EE
, llli.'l. iiuiiii mnl Hi. itii'li'i'sliiiiiil. iiiiiI Hi.'ii'lii'iiisi'-, tt
' " ''"'■' !' ;" producers, and lln , i, is ,l0, VOry great.   Thore nrel   , ,„,,„,„i i,iu,< ,,;-, „„u ■.. .« ||
very first yeui loubted- two  clorks }l)    the Kamloops j       XOTES 0FJI11E NEWS,       | ,-too in this „„„er wit t„,.v i., ,*||| linsiness Mgr.   \
ly »"W '    « ,,le l"'ice|office, whose salaries aggregate!    w   kp-, r
r—    pi'i  je.u,     iiu'ic is no tho Kamloops branch of the Banli
'   "     '*      rlie | registrar employed, the Vancou- of British Columbia, is mourning
'■     '■•'•••  rer registrar doing that pari  pf lho loss of his infnnt child under
ich j the work, which consists ehiciiy ^''essing circumstances.   Tho
°ney,) ol dgning documents.   The a,'*-; '".'! A'ZV^ 'f'"1 <''" "' 'j'"
,   . baby buggy by ilu- nurse,  who
v-ry well, and PU her roUum to tho house hand-
MILL  TESTS:
Tho Stamp Mill has a capacity of 1" Tons a day.
 uitinii Plant _ Tons a day.
S. A. ROBERTS, 1\ L. S.,
"lil.lv IHv.MlV.
iaml     * "     '   '   tor mighl bG :i,lll|„l„|i |„ ;nl omC(
the limn, 'established   in  Easl   Kootonay,
■   "■     ■ ■■ wiiii tremendous advantage ovor
*    lhe present system, mul,  as wo
   asimii'il I,.,,,. shown, ai  no very greal
uio outlay' Perhaps a single
- - • for the time being could do
all lhe work here. There would, to
■ "   -. ' ^ sure, be some expense occa-
settlei    -    on    a  sionedby transferring tho roc-
 rn* wfc  "'  Vi,',"l'i"  '" ,h" now
, , ,.     ,.   , books   iimi   wnuld  oq renuirea
 luc-s himself and hwe, bul Ihls work  must  some-
the in      tii     fhic   his industry '"""  '"'  »»<i"<'^"»' and at no
 i *       11 ,il""  '" ,llr llllll|v will It bo so
.'-      an   "•-           li    the li«-*lwnsivo (is at   present,   for
Un-  reason Uml  Um niiinbi'i* nl
nnii'    ani       iidn
-             .    oi    '"   H'utioiis ure being constant-
,.,,,.      ,      ,. -     ",        'I".  :* Increnswl.
■   ■" Imvi   ai     ic ... ,.. .
Premier I nrnor,  who also is
lul."ii-   lln 111   gdlll      nil I.,' ...  . , ,.   ,,      ,,
I iinni''" Miuistcr nl   Uu* Priiv-
wiih Ih *       rvc.vs ti .
luce,   ii'linil     having   inaili*   an
"i'i     llm i ison Us pus- , -    .
error ol judgement lo lhe extent
,,: nboui .- *;('i.i ii ii i, in hisi'sli i
ed her clmrgo to Mr, Pogram,
when  I'm* the lirsl  timo it wus
noticed thai the child was dead.
Ii   was  thou   discovered  thai
di'iiUi was caused by the baby.
having swallowed an India rub-1
Iii'i* sucker, which, having lodged ;
iu the throat, hud choked lhe
little ono to denth.
Sir William Van Home ui
Nelson: **ln about a year 1 ox-
pod to seo the Crow's Nest road
completed to the head of Kootenay Lake, and at the furthest by
Novomber 1, 1808. Prom thoro
llm line to Nelson will liu a slow
inn*, tint nf thai I ciin'l say much
now as we are of course devoting all our iilU'iilion to the work
now iii I I.   Withoul ilniibl Um
construction of lhu lino from llio
lii'iul of Um lul.,- in Nelson will
depend somowhal upon lho rapidity wilh which business in
creases, Whim lho road is lln-
islii'd lo III" lioild nf lh" lali" wi'
will I'oui'.v from thore to Nol-
ion, sn iis in connect with 111.•
GRA3SICK   &  DE-IOT.
CONTRACTORS
AND
BUILDERS.
Port   S lo   B.C.
II
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fi
I Highland Cream.      Highland Cream, 1
''iiiiii nt, m finum ii man am nmatp
OFKORLD W1DB PAME.
i.i       nOBMl nimmmimnnmmmmmnm
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l .,, ,i ,,1   Hu   revenue   thul   wnuld  |„.Uwiuinhiii* Kootonay."
I,  a   |niini   or riilii'i lid   during   lhe   Iliiaucitil      Al  a  special  ineoling of lhe
.,,,-,1,1 lust . tided.    Thai  is, hisM'urolioldi'i's of the  llrilish (',,
' " »«> ^*'!?«:&C:
"l",nl"hl ,hl  treasury rollowinB woro elected dii lors
a* about a (piarter of u million morel for tlm ensuing year:   Sir W. C.
PURS
The Providence Fur Company
ITuvl.li un'. It. I., want* nil IiIihIh ol   Uiu
Furs. Sklliv tifiiM-n-L'.S'iHi'ii. WAV.   : - "
(iviotcdfornoxl Klxty iluysuruunfnllowii
Silver Fox .
lln
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liouvor .-
Miirtin...
Wult	
Red Pox,
Mink	
Skunk  ,.
Ci my Pox
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.) mi 111        11 INI
.   :i mi in     ;i m hi
.   :.' ihi in     ii ihi
.   1 ihi in      u 1HI
I ihi
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tSri»i*l-o i.Im Miuil ntlicr fins nnd Hlilnson
iiplilk'iitlon, Kii!I in u-i in niiiiiiiiii-ni. Cnroful
Kului-tion, I'lii'irinis tp'-niiii'iit umi Imincdluio
reiullluiieiinn mi i!onnl(iiimniiLH, IS-8T
SMITH &. LINDSAY.
Tohaeeo riains.   -   ■   Mniilann,
Higheiit Prioo
n-*.d for
I'lll'S.
'aid for        -^^
SUIISCIIIIU .
I'llll
THE PROSPECTOR.
!
Tnimmmimnnimnmmmmn
EACHER'S
HIGHLAND
CREAM.
timi
umi
Am mm *»*■ * >*■ iWi** iii* it* i »*_ it* ii* \u mm »i j* it* m **•
1      AS SUPPLIED TO     |
| 11. 11. The Sultan of Zanzibar. |
. _
|        llrilish Ci'iilriil Al'rii'iiii        |
Commission; t
1 Sir II. H. Johnston, II. C. B,  |
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7,',11,1-H -111,11 *|i *|i IIHI111H -,111 IIUU llllllll II 111' fAUff
lllilllli.WI) I'lil'lA.M is ospoolully suited on account of lis
AllSOIill'I'I'l I'llllTV  I'm* use iu hnf cl'miali's.    ll enjoys Uie largest
■-al" of any Scolch Whlslioy i'l  India, Mexico, Central Africa
ami Smiili  Aini'i'ica.
-——II. CJ. PARSON,
SOLE AGENT,
(joklci- aitd Fort Steele, B. C, THE PROSPECTOR. PORT STEELE, II. C, OCTOBER 80, P
:
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jrt*. ifa. #-». n.nr_nrin-*T_Tn_-i_V"^
M
Now open and ready for guests,
Everything new and first-class,
Choicest liquors and cigars.
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Special Agent for
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Atiheviser-
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SA'iAi'ii'ii'ii'ii'ii'ii'ii'iA'ii'iiWii'ii'iifc
Restaurant open
day and night
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All the delica-
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sssas^'f«ss^'^^^^ii^*is^*iii^^
Tho Kond to tho Const.
Wm. Mackenzie of Toronto,
who has beon prominently connected with the ('. P. R, contracts, arrived in Rossland last
evening. Mr. Mackenzie is ono
of the syndicate of C. P, R. contractors which recently purchased the charter of tho Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern Ruilwuy.
Mr, Mackenzie was seen last
night at the Allan House by a
Miner reporter in regard to tin*
Company's plans for the construction of the extension of the
C. P. R. system from Pontioton to
the Boundary district,
**Mi*. Mackenzie," ho wns
HsK-i'il. "is there any probability
Umi work will be commenced
siiuii on tho construction of lln*
road?"
"I i'liliiiili say," wus Uu- foply.
"Tlmt doponds on u good many
things, The prcsonl subsidy of
$4,000 u mill' is entirely inadequate, Wo i'liliiiili build llie road
wilii su sinull ii bonus as that,
lliiwevei', wo shall apply nl the
nexl session of Un* Legislature
for a grant sufliciont t" enable
us lo const fuel the lino."
"Is it true that for the present
thc road will be completed only
from Penticton to the Boundary
country?" ho wus asked.
"I cannot say whollior tho
road will be built in sections or
as a whole," replied Mr. Mackenzie.
Whon further questioned lie
was very reticent, but admitted
Unit nothing Inul beon done yet
in the way "1 obtaining funds
for the work or 'm getting a Dominion Subsidy.-   Rossland Miner.
GET YOUR
BOOK AND
JOB PRINTING
,l. ,i. Lamont
Contractor and Builder
Fori sit tie, a. c.
AT THE
Tin' advertisement of tin* Moyio Plucor Mining l'n. Ltd, is
withdrawn until ftirthoi' nnliee.
llm lli ui I
LUMBER CO.
FORT STEELE. B* C,
Manufacturers of. and dealers in all kinds of rough
dressed lumber.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
ano
Hough Lumlier in Contra-torn
l.u.'ul tnul.*	
Nu 1   ii Inch Hooting 	
Nn I   ii in.-11 Hooting	
Nu 1   1 Inuh Mooring	
Nu I    I iiu'h lloorlng 	
,,$lii.00 ItuBtio Nm! flooring	
,.810.00. Kii-iii- Nn I $211.00, I Inuh Bern
,,$22.00,        in*.* Nn 1	
..$20.00, I iiu-li Hcu_t'il colling No 1
.-HI.mi finishing lumlier No2	
,.$28.00, Flnlehtng lumhor No]	
'22.00.
I cell
'2-1.00,
li-.ui
Tlio Largest Stock of Dry Lumber in East Kootenay.
ALL   KINDS   OF   MOULDING  AND   BUILDING  MATERIAL.
Fort Steele Meat Company.
e
Fresh and Salt .Meals always
mi hand.
I Idler iV Vaiidccnr -Prop*!--..
Riverside Avenue,
Fori Sleek, li.C. T1JK I'KOSPECTOK, I'XHJT STEELE, li. C, OCTOBER
R/.PH
ti '.,■ timi    ' i'n". .■
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Tlioro ure 'i:1 . '       i   . .':- one oi llio sub I'onti'iicloi's on llio
ii'.'  luioii '   riboo, ii ni  1',,'Ki,  llK| i, | ,■•.,.,,, ,Juhlico
I ':"' '" ;'■'"     "'• bl"   ; '■ "  Hurl '.■ lliiitYniir.  ',."   ''"„■
boin    oi'tlifo .1  liiiu,
III' I'.'"-    oil   on
"''     'J ins .*• ■ i-i'       : 11■ \ nn. llu   roi'i'iiiuu,
II "i'"■ ■   ||| .  ',■.  I   who   mi-   in .. slllll nv- iin,iln';i!,'i|
'■;;' ni' lii v.' riiir: •*   !;■ "i i !"i i'iuiui wilii   Ryuii,  ivns simlliurlj'  re
.      " iii' uinnii!';" I   " ' ,1(1   '.'"in   !,,;i .,.,
lllll nin.1 and
\., il'll  i- US I'l'SUlll-ll,       Two   till!
J. J. QUINLIVAN.
OENEU VI     U.LAI KSMITII,
A . i'
WUEEEWKICUT,
I lor ii i-lii'i'iii"   A S]u iinil v.
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I'l'l llv   I'lltl'   '
cully,  I'ki'i
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il is -niii. tlid not i'i*|ilv cuti' oi'i
'I'M*. Iiowiivoi', ,iuI'xirnoriliiini'v
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IL4JL I'lP^'UUH.                     uu hiily,    Tin' ili'M'ii'i'iiii'i.: ini'ii I'lu.-i* i'i.uii
' -ii         ,         *To Kilison, i ir in llio inorning  Iii":'  ■ ulli n'oii
:■■-'..    un       N                        ■ .   , I,,, ,    |„ .,,;i i .    |„|| .   ,'. ,,„
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"\on will   in
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. i. Mr.
. -Inn '■ ■   '       i.i
J   :;: [CKSHANK,
Eovl SUuilo, U.C.
Genoral Blacksmith,
HOUSE SHOEING,
AND JOBBINIli
Mining Work a Specialty.
I.   .1.   liAMU.VJ
i 'iiin.:. Iur inul ISuililui
Canadian Pacific Railway.
FROM  OCEAN TO OCEAN.
When Koin« East this line affords excellent accommodation for the traveller.   Splendid
Dining Car Service, Palace Sleeping Cars, Through Tourist
Car Service.
Late Steamer, leave Ftliliam, out
Albci'lii       I'm* iiivi'ii Soiinil every Tuosdny
Alliiibiiscn   **       ** " "    Thursday
Miinitobii    '*       " ■■ ■•     Sunday
FOS! INFORMATION AKQ t-ULL PAIITIGULAHS APPLY TO
• C 1*1, WELLS, .'',"i*',i. Guidon, I!. C.
ROBERT KERR, Truffle Manager, Winnipeg, Man.
■
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C( iNTRAC TORS
BUILI >ERS.
I'l'ii   Stoolo   B.C.
jp BOESEN,
COXTRAOTOR
■    '■     * ■ ■ ■■■  ..    ■'.     -PP.     "':'.   "*     ..,.P.A'Z '.-'-■■:■'.' i
.)-.      _UUli_IDiu_J_WU-l_lUIUU_9       S__U__JJU___J______1
.
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ami BUILDER.
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. cure "!' Con*  I1'01'1 Steole,    -   -   -
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B. C.
!______________ y.ij
r Goioiiihia Natation» I
Train GOiiioany
LIMITED.
AND
national Transportation Goi
Time Table, to lake effect July 1st, 1S97.
PORT STUKIiE AND JENNINGS ROUTE:
isiru rs Nni'i h Sim- mui Gwendoline make four trips n we
KxpiisH onlei'H fur g Is will bo iiiiinciliiitelj* iittenileil I
Italic, uml Kent im r. 0. It
nl S-iio
POUT STEELE AMI GOLDEN ROUTE:
It*
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Ill       ■
Slut,, leuve
I'oii'r STEELE, II. ('.
A largo experience in loading
(.'/, ."iivvi" nuns  llll l  .-HiTll-    I liusuil.l
W, Guidon Wi'iln.'siliij uml SuUU'iluy ul -I
iO       Mull int.'iiil.'il for I'ni'i St.-
lUS ni llltiTllllliuilIll I'll., .li'lltlill-s
t sti'fli' Tuesday und Friday inoriiliig, arriving :u
"'(
Albert J. Grez.
* .'Ii'l*, L.:'.,! Bobberies."
erprisi lias a BARBER.
- ? article on  lhe subject M«_t _nn» tn T-t_im_tin-nl nn-l-ol
.,      ,     ,.,    ..   MJ.\t Door to inloriiational llotol
.. "" Land Robberies   in its
■•- .   if the trill inst. ivheroupon
urs that  ;in   outrage in
'. i      > l V   • i' ' ',1!S- "     I.'1"      :  " 'I.   '''..'■
... ■u-;1, I1"   N",-"»   f tartar simps „l' A 'icau cities | Ncla md Goldon, 13,1
-■':!-'''!':';^';'»'''1''1^in,il'o,,.ip,,'o,,n.,*ii,. W
,. we i'i''.'' previously  alludod at  im tt—\     TT~%       A. a. il
-   in these columns, was    JAMES HIGHWARDEN & SON. I *""*•   *^• ArttlStrOHg
'"' "        -■ :.-" !:.Ti,'.t"un.,i „i.ii,'_eus,'„r | Manager.       ij
iiiii .  S    '      Unu ' "i. '    .- -raved from i    °     '"" s      " liootonaj , cunp W
.,.„.',,.-,    . .       , Ki.hvnv. -'/;..,' ih.* B.C. South- 1iU\lLi.  bAKbhh bHUl  |
from '   '- oni'   "'''"*   Colono1   l!;ik'''*   ""««   ... „,.,,,;,„. s-,,, ,,,.,.-„.,  ri',-' '   '
theC, P, R,   Our contemporary Everything Strictl) First Class
to via Jennings, should bo addressed euro <L
iilontanii, otherwise letters nrosonl via'-jS*)
l^cS^S^^SS^-^S^;   aiiTirfe   5S^3_^32_25_^5Sv_i
Hie     ,. iii the engine Inul  been -n .. , ,., , ^, ,,   lh|   . ...  .  ;
     Hie jolting ol the in..- ,,,   ,:,     .......      -      .. |uaves *
... ti    shook lhe lit.* down und which were pn        from  maple 1"li1', lvl"1''1"'   wM  remember
. 'il by the driver tho en loaves on  Pi liau ■     B     and l::P ,]]'" statut? ^'A'A. !"'"'
.'      ,"""■.     , .    loam, engruvi      <: -       fi    .   them, }')&e,   ''.'' ■'P'^A ^' "";"|;
Tif  il.n.UI                   *      ipeu I'.vi '.'  ii .    inde   .  '■   ci 'reel ! "rK "' «*hich was to be an al
iind ih" imiriiiii  iimi i revolve and apt    lai    und the now issue to"late blook_ along the lino ol
ul lho II'   ivlu-el, ivilh :,  i.ieco ii !l  rolled  i *cdil  on Mr.  Mu   railway containing 10, acres,
i   Miibiiig, toj .   p wiilor, lock's go       i.ste,          expected .,I,"M' A"'A"H'".VP w'{ :*"ilS
1   ■   lied r    ,1 ■ tl lhis rub
■    i    humped 111    tiorsos on
llu  I ■ li niid catisi'd llu' iii .' to
be   iui on factory to-the gung that ai-e insu!!' in N'o\ in ibe ■ '"'" liPon securing tho coal lunds.
The alternato blocks might con-
Xexl door to thc Prospector.
THE PIONEER TIN SHOP.
Persona! attention paid to all kinds
of Job work,
Sheet Iron Stoves made to order.
W
GREAT
The driver saw v.-lial     This talk about whero Edward 'am   the  requisite^ acreage, or
was  ilu*   uiiilti'i',  but  dure  not   lllake would be now if he hadn't nettrly   s"'  "!, , "l  ,-7'f, Hot Air Drnmi a «rr-eiiltv
...,.,.,,     ,.    ,    ,„    ,, . ,„■■ ...,.  . i„     t*        ii i-    company would lie entitled lo no        UOl 411 _rums a-pCCldlty.
If'ill 1' llll'   Mill sl' lilt Ott   1110    ii
- leiini,    li'inally Ihe nil her lid)-
■    'i in'!,  iii" driver knocking
I       III I'll! il   '.      I!  '  ll'll  III
tlmt m the time of lhe remedial
wheel when' u ditch was! ''■" crisis Mr. Blake would Imve
hoiim iti-nie in ross lite road, and helped liis enemies out of n liolo.
,        , r  .. ,.        I-Ulii   lllll I    IMIHIll    Ull 1*111 II 1UU   IIIIIII
•luml«d 1|!(' Liberal   leadership coal lands whntovei-, <»• il might
Iocs violence to tho probability be u very small proportion of
:i - he lay iu Ihe ditch llie \i heels
pu■■■-.■ i over uiin, Iti only re-
ceivi it u few bruises. Tin* lly
wheel continued whacking the
ho .. s jind thus urged them for
sunn' distance till they were cup-
lured 'nul i lie engine stopped.
lli*.   Dawson, director of the
Dominion    (ieological    Depart-
Tin* evils of lln* remedial bill
would huve been loss discussed
in the country than thu infirmities of Mr. Blake's policy, Wilfrid Laurier wus clever enough
nol in divert tho country's attention from iis primary duty of
crushing tho remedial bill with u
policy of his own.
THE THIEF RELENTED.
.'inn!,   suys;   "The entire  range a British Columbia Boad Contractor
01    ranges  of  mountains,   Whicli        Who Tried to Steal a Big Sum.
extend more or less continuously William Ryan, contractor for
from iii" extra nd of South tho road from i'mir to tho Porto
America to the Arctic region are Rico mine, is in jail al Nolson,
minerals.   Take tho case for the confessed theft of* 1,H02.-
of i;: I sh Col    . a as nn exam 7". The money was to have boon
pie.   .' ■   '   ;   vi - ago ."lii used for the payment of tho men
wus discovered on lhe   Praser j employed on the road,    Ryan in
l:         ind soo              Car boo, company   with   McMullon,   the
■ ■""'■'"   foreman on the Porto Rico mine,
■    ' ..-'■". in .....   .
Ivkel10    lml1' u"h "'0 I'ackot con-
,       to :...,!' lhe -.im on his  person.
previous pirn uto tin   Ryan reached the mens' ciimpon
* *    cairn   the  rond aud  wenl pasl it with
'     '    McMullen up to tho mino,   Subtle ,, , ,
. On        v   h"   r""m""1  '"  thE
them. Seeing the probability of
such a stato of things occurring,
and n possibility of their uot
gelling these lunils. tho Order-'
ii i ouncil is brought into play
an * the Statute and llie Legislature, as in Lho case of Nelson _
Port Sheppard Railway, u 'o set
at ili'liuni'e. This Order-in-Couu-
cil rends that on condition of lhe
Company complying in all tilings
with tlie Act of Incorporation
llie initial subsidy block sliull bo
thu entire urea of lands reserved
on theso creeks comprising llie
large amount of 480,000 acres.
It will bo apparent to anyone
who rends lhe foregoing lliut llie
Government acted in collusion
wilh llie Company in despoiling
the Province of this valuable
iissot. Tlio chat-tor of tlio ll. (.'.
Souths!*- is now llie property of
tho Canadian PnolHc Railway
Co,, but llu' people do not own
line acre of tho coal-bearing
lunds which are now known to
lie 250,000 ucres ill extenl. .lusl
think of iti Two hundred and
lil'ty thousand ueres with nn
average dopth of Iwonly feel.
Lol anyone compute what those
lunds would return at une dollar
a imi. Before lho Dominion
Government would  consent   ti
r. C. ARMSTRONG.
II. in ilu* construction oi tin
fund thoy insisted upon 50,000
acres of these lands being turned
over to thorn In altorualo blocks
of 5,000 each.
We can  only  repeat,   ".Insl
think of it!"   Province.
..    [(jiciimp und   gave the money to jrrant any assistance to the C. P,
mt from v liich Bryan, his foreman on thc road
' ■   ' ■'.. edrawn  work.    The  lattoi' howovor, re-
" "' r'is - I ' I ih" responsibility  I  ro*
In turned the packet containing tho
,    , ,    , ,..  money lo Ryan in llie presoncn
*.: .'..in.'ssi's.   Ryan then placed
ii  it." money in the breast of liis
sh rt antl retired for thc night.
tin* sonthei     bound     of J! ,   . ,- ,,    ,. „
■    ,    , ,,       .11   .i: .i   nil    ho   ii  invilig liioril-
ics "
      In    Ri .. n l!l raised an alarm uml  was
ol found in ;i greal state of agita-
llrit   li i Koot- | i.n     ip, sniil Umi ;i , hud
onay, i mi'""   ind i       nr i ,,„,„. ,,, Mll  ,,,,„,,,  hhk1.Iiik  a
" •" ■*"",.-    i . ii
*■ ,    ,i,   n ,  lace,  Iimi rinei'ei
...       ir   |i     er
  uirl    L; ;l l'l,!' » revolver I ordered
■,uiu .    mm                  oporl"ui liim  to givo up lho money, und
to tin   I'm ilii     *'  i 'in his refusing, had torn o|iuii
' '"   '"; i Idrl and Hilton il from hlm,
.'xi.'ii■■!■. • '   pu    ■ ilarl. in i an ,,      ,   . *i i    ,,     ,,
i„,„.  ,. due lo lhe ditileull    ol liyan being rospo.islblo tor tho
gnltiiigiiinchiiierj into tho coun mcii's wages, ho was arrested ul
Iry, and nol to any lack of ore. the instance of James Mislgarth,
Washburn   ,*.*   Piirvlanco  ure
soiling oul  thoir stock of Coal
oil ill $5.50 11 ease. *
Vou can iimi everything in llie
markol   ui  (lilphi It Lindsay's.
I'l'iees llll riglil,
I      BATCHELDER
*   ASHAi l*.NS AND i HKMISTS,
s
!; ilnlil ami linlii iii,'! Moiled, Uo
imul mul llouglit.
3 P.O. box i*m.     Spokane,Wiuli.
\r r . i.,. r.t.t luaaa
PURS****
The Providence Fur Company,
I'mvi.i.-ii.'.', H. 1.. inubi nH ktndii "f Haw
[J"urs.SkliiH.ainiwnir.Soncvn. Bio. ;* Prlcos
quoicd fm- iii'M nlxty dtiys iiroiw inlliuvs:
Silver Fox flfi ihi in 1150 mi
Hour    (i-l) in    *.'*> i-i
niter    I mi in     0 mi
Hoiiver    :HH In     R M lb
Miiriiu   U 'xi in     :> iki
Wnir    1 mi in    aoi)
Hod Fu.v    1 m in     '.'ini
Mlnlt        m to     -.'iki
Skunk       •_:« in     i mi
Gray Pox      mi to      ;*>
Hal      -ii lo       i!5
;* l'rloo List on all oihor turn and nktimoti
aiipllcatlot).   Pun -jtrloca Baaratitucd.   Curoftil
Hclcclloii. uortooud iii'atiiu'iii umi hut Halo
I'l'iiiiiuiMi'i'iui iiii coiiHlKiimoniKi l--_l
SMITH & LINDSAY.
Tobacco I'lnins,
Highest Prioo
Paid for
Furs.
Montana
NOTICE.
Tin- Mnvi'i'ii'ii mineral olnlm. slliinlcil in llm
i'ni'i sir.'i.' .\iiiiini.' I'nisii.iii'i tiiisi Kootenuy
llisll'il't.
IVlmro lociiii'il:  On ih.vi.l'i» 115 mil. nour
Mini. IT. ill.
Tlllll' null'.. Uml  I   Noll  Mi'l.i'ii.1 ITllTIIII.nl
i "i-i stoolo, llrlilsli Coliiinliln. I'll-.- Mill,'Is
Corllllcilto No, (..HOT, Intenil, nlxty ilnys frnni
lln ilim. In'in,I. I'l'ly in lln- MInilinii.- Uo-
i-ni'il.'i' lm- n corllllcilto nl Iniin'ni'i'iiii'iiis. for
Uio |nii'|i"si' nf "lituliiliii.* a I'l'iinn I'l'iimnf llio
Anil flll'llli'l- lulm notice  llllll. lliTlnll. llllilrr
si'i'llnli III. inns! lm i nmiii'i'il hefore the issu-
mi-0 of Huoli cci-tllleniu ol ImprovcmonH
NEIL M.'l.l'.iill 0UI1IIAN.
liiili'il Iliis Illllll iluy "I I lil'i'ii'i'. Il".'l.
NOTICE.
'I'lii'llmnl I,mil Mi nli'l'ii Illlllloil In llu*
|-'.,i I M loMllllllll llillsliilinl  KlIHt   linnlrilliy
I,is,lll'l
Whom i."i.ii"i:  'in lluclilcliorry mil nenr
Mil llie li.
Till,,, linlii',. mm I Nell Moi- '""'"I. I''"''
Miner -. I'erilllcilln N" i"'"'"  nin'iit fur I' (I,
tnilri'UMiif'I'o .i'ui'iil".i*'ree M i .''•■'
iiii.viii' Nn  Mill, ll ''I -I*-'*'' 'I'"'* l'""i Hi"
,l,,l., I„'i',..,l. I..ui'l.ly ti  Mli'lim lira 'i
Mr ii -orlllletun ol linprinci IMlnr llio |n,r-
I I '."liilnilii'.ii'imi HI "I I'"' I'l"'"'
Cl ■
Ami furllior mln* mule" Him '"'" ""''''
.,,,"""; IW i inii.'iil lii'liin* llm Issli-
iinii'.iisiii'iiri'iiiiii'ii t improve nu
Nlllli M< lilii'l' L'UttllAN,
iiuiiii tnis .imil 'i»y ol Octobor, IW,    IMI
T
THB SURVEYORS CHAIN MADE IT THE SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Ii is llio must modern In equipment; il is tho heaviest railed line;
ii hits a roek-bullust roudbeil; H crosses no sand deserts; it was  built
without a land grant or government aid; it Is noted for courtesy of \u
employes; it is tho only lino serving meals on the a la carte plan.
THROUGH THE GRANDEST SCENERY IN AMERICA
BY  DAYLIGHT,
For L-'ORT STEELE and tho EAST KOOTENAY MINKS. Weekly
Stage from Kalispell,   Steamboat communications from Jenninga
during Summer,   Quickesl and Hist route to all parts ol the United
states, Easturn Canada and Europe
For maps, tickets and complete) Information call or address
nearest -agent or
P.I.WHITNEY, G. I', and T. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
C.G.DIXON.Gonora! Agont,
Spokane   Wash.
uiuuu
FISHING TflGKLE.
I nm lii*iiili|ii;iri.*i's ror thoso itiimls.   I ,'in-i-v
ONLY THE BEST,
.Manufactured Ity Ahblu \   rnilirtu, of New
City   tho la'rgcMl and most i-ollablo
house in Hulling and sporting
goodH in Anieriea.
A full lim' of ili.'-e u Is now Iii block.
All new goods,  Call and inspect,
iH   ty   i)i   i)>   i)i   f
A. W. BLEASDELL,
Pioneer Drug Hall,
Fort Sleele, B. C.
Criuliiiiir Ontui'to C'ollogo nl Pharmacy,
mm
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Lf
Drew & Hayes, Prop's.
FORT STEELE, B,C,
Strictly First Class. Tll II PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE B. C, OCTOBER 30, 1-
Illlttiititt
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C. F.
VENOSTA.
4MMHMHM*-#4MHMMH»ft
99
vv*
♦*
$
HINDU
'ATE.
Sole Agent for
the:
Fort Steele Townsite
The Capital of East Kootenay
I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
llie Population ol
Fort Steele 111 lie Tre&U Next Year.
The Price of Lo
No Other Town
Chance for Investment
^MM^M^^^^WM^M^Wk^M^MtM,
c.
s Will Run up Accordingly.
in East Kootenay Presents Such a
W        El
SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH.
F. VENOSTA.
Sole Agent.
THE FINEST LOCATED.
The Most Prosperous.
The Only Town in East Kootenay. 'in*:
STAGE  LINES,
Fori St el     . . Moyio Luke.
Durin iveek C. A. N'elson,
cliairinan ot the  sidewalks
coun itleei    lhe Hoardo
I,-   ■ erinte    nig liu* lay
rlti-s. Fun .-
■ '
v.      I.-   I   to Kill spell.
■
hlg down of  lhe   walks  nn   the
north side nl  Uii erside ;\venue.
I Iwillg In  lil"  tllli'Velllli'SS nl'  tile
grades, ami th" patched chariic
ter nf   the platforms Hint   were
Leaves Fori si . ; t,.,. 0l   lhe piatioruis nun   were 1,^
■        - originally pui down in frnni nf
,_._-,_.. buildings,   lhe  connected   side
Upper Cohmibm Navigation Oo „ do. S not present a i,tv re ■„
Si      ,.■!''-',        . uiu v , , '    .    .
wu    lU'iimiTs -ii lur ami symiiielrical appearance,
"    '_;  nevertheless  il  is a greal   iui   .\I'K
— provomenl iiinl will lu* greatly  I -1' I; ."vj
(1 ItC IfCOOIUTWV. uppreciatod in sloppy woathor.
 _ J ll is only temporary, uml next
SATntlUY.ocTu -nimnier-ii    be readily removed
________^^^^H th"
V. in" -.■"','
LOCAL NEWS NOTES,
VV. ,1   '
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Al
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ed   this
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l',,l   !',     s und James
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tOSPECTOR, PORT STEELE B. C, OCTOBER 1)0, l-l'l
T„ MARY'S 8NN    j*************;*************
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A i*V',^'t'*r^'''\V_V.-4fc*_-iftVV«-W.fcy.N^V_4V.I.-_».Ui-\ .■>'.■.''...'--  _'_»'-'»tt«.'_i.-'at."i4UX..       -Jfc
TOUT STEELE, B. C.
.I Accommodations in  l-'ort Steele hum'
•mm
ready for uuests.
m
Ni.KMKNTs r \\  III''. MA UK VOU liOOMS
[SHED 015 rMTIi'MSUI'lli.    .    .    .
PRICES REASONABLE,
vv""d Restimi'iinl niaii can learn nf a lino businoss
in eiiiiiii''  '"ii with ilu* above,
A few Offices anil Stores to rent in the building,
ippor*
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TUB
Queen's Hotel.
Two Cmiiiiioilioiis Sample Rooms lor Commercial Wen
BAGGAGE TRANSFERRED PREE
HOT ,1   COLD PATHS
/;. ITES tS PER DA Y.
^ininil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!-!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]!!!!!!!!!^!!
1*
j. G, Greene, Proprietor.
GOLDEN, li, C,
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rt-Adams *" ;
Mrs- S
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nt e:
(i Koss
t Stei      Hug
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strict
1    ild   be £ -
are;5~
be   t_
of ;C
' -    ■ asl !c_
Ueporb *     . •'VV  £
and  'in '       •    "    '    ' ■'"''■" £
b ■   -' "■" £
-.. .*.       ' '-  -      w S_
the use of the   ".:i em-
ceived a  iiast;     a ed on the Moyie Luke work -
,*,   „ er.    '1   "   ■   ill     h    '    •   ■      '
..,.:' has been lodged iu tin       ,                      ....
icunnl   here nwailiiiiMrial      ' »      Cle f»}8
■nei,  lime as  ll are reported to have secured thc
inan can appear and stive i       '"!lli'uct £
ili'ii,'".    Mui'lfoil (halie.
Mountain House.    1
i!,iilll.llliii!l!!iiliiil!ll!ii',l!il!lililiiiliillililllliiili!llliil
|tli" ni.*!: work and
iftraiiia-    i . 'Uft    Moyi i    Lake.
Thi  ■ -.-.      - at  least 300 men
.     emp] ■.'    thered       rthe whole
A lull anil'' pleleline al Mrs!  "' '.he winter.	
*'*■ ■'* !i!' liwurden's.                        u, imj,01.tation ol  choice cigars and tobaccos of the !'a\'ni*il"
v" -"|i:ii |,ml!       V" nu']] lir I-, has j    : be received al
It'lli dress Iriininiiis
nn  ih.* (i'i.1. '•- .\ "*
Mrs, Spra."
I'll. !.':.i!*,'"l'-.   HI"!   i.s il.l   illlll'j	
': ""'   I""ltril   ''"''     |,;; ;';      (".Men Ent: ••TlieC.P.R.OWD
"" I'-anspurlivl.on laiv will f. .„,.,■,i;.  ,am| „, vvin(lol..
i,"   (li'diictoi
I ri nu    il."   mens
wug
-1.
11101*0.    The  li lei; in'.'*  up of  this
'"    lluj  ir  lull:"   Ul(' ! ' land is a serious drawback to the,
i true tliey always promised ,n-1 .-W-:. preventing the extension  of   settlement,   We  hope -w-^
.   reasonable counsels will prevail1!)
•':.,iM.'!L!s with thfl <-'•p* 1;*i;iH| they win1
An  interesting    ia
about i" In bronchi by the own*
mango to put this land on tho
orsofaproiuhieut Slocan  luino '^ZZZt nZZo'onZuiZZoZuiAi^Zi
I ii M.il-..-.     Iii'i*      -ma^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
in recover the amounl  of duty
cl ;i'':i" I '■! ii lend. The mine
' '|hushe.nn-ihingshoi*tofacu^e|§     I
did not pay the duty as the we to tho country judging from iho I
;v:';.""" ""'  '"    ;".'""'  lh" wnv   in   whicli   it   has  handed \
bullion shipped out oth inn- to corporations and looked g
try.    lie refusal ol the smelter from settlemonUho best lands of §
peoplo to snow a receipt from the state "                            m^
ih" government for duty paid on
^« l«ud is the cause of tfie suit Henry Kershaw has opened up
being entered. in.the St. Mary's tnn block, ad-
„.,    ,.,.,'     , ,             . ioining K.  A. Elton & Co's, a
.   rheli. J. Schagel L, rCo. Ury bright and coay Innoh room,
begun sawing ul -Swansea. |usj >hrh .,   ,.„,, |vJswi„ ,„,     .
'll,ll.,!U" predated by citizons gonorally
'   '    "'*■      * v:'    "Fwit'ons whon thoy want a light   tasty
 ' ";   ['01*1 meal.   The finest tea, colToo, and
iiii'iia will always be found thoro,'
„„,„,„    , freshly made and dainlly served.
1 li * '    'Ule now on al ... .,, ,   . *,   ,
■, hero will be hoino-niado bread,
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house   lTlie
Fort Steele, B. C.
WILLIAM   FORSYTH.   PROPRIETOR.
'his is one of tho best appointed Hotels in lhe
Port Steele District.
Every   room   is   comfortably   furnished.
_3      i'i A
|r, g. shier,
3i PROPRIETOR.
III!'
Fort Steele.
f Headquarters
hen you visit Port Stoolo you wi
stop at the,
miss il il you dont    ^
TRAVELLERS
DON'T   FORGET
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For Travellers and Mining Men
Handsomely and Expensively Furnished.
Everything new, First Class and
Strictly Modern in every par-
- ticular. -
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters For Mining  Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Best Cuisine in the West.
Modern Conveniences.
Home Comforts.
Home Comforts.
| N. HANSON. |
£ General Merchant AND 2
«: Liquor Dealer. 2
£ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber. 2
£ A large assortment of seasoned 2
£ Lumlier and Shingles al- 2
£ ways   on   hand. 2
McNeish
PrOTirietor W Dlttietislon Lumber a Specsaty. 3
'B     WftSfl, --B.G.     3
, rensonaeie muueomenis to peo |»8S^e9SS6SMnn»,nt««ntnmm«%num%nis98_«_^6S89 » ^S
: &^oWuMnmbS_|| k a t _^ 4 i-»iMvir_  umicu   ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiiii_iiiiijaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiK
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, cakes,  ami  pastry and   honoy,
also rimii*i*iiiniiTv nf all kiuils.
h   should   In*   :i   very   popular
\t   Iii.-.   residence   Mr.
^^^Hliw   lias  hal hi   ^^^^
Of till' |ll|li
Kershaw  has  bathrooms   and
ooins [or lite in
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■ ■       • ,, i,,
, ii ,"„i,., ti.,,,-. ;,i ii,,- church
service  m Uie nli! I lovoi'linient
ii
He    I'X
".   nn   Sunday  evoninf
m s   will ne duvoted to lho Port
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'-■'■." ■    lln-siillnl.      1 hi*   Sel'l lees
I   11'
hi  miIi in- boL'ii n    in    nas   M'M'ti
„,„,    „„!„   ..„'.   KjJ|    ,„„
.    ; ■       ' ■ "    ..,
•■■'"■'
'Imii. and 'inl.\  one hell will
iiik,    in 7 o'clock
i ni nm buy  or a Waslibur
■ ■   ' :i    ,   i, '■     .  ,i ii
.\   I'm", ados nl    In- sine nt
1    . ■    I.n,"   as   U,e itresenl
l.K|  lasls, '      -
:,.;' •
'       ' l 'I , ' III l'   \! '       , i'i
,     , I.Ii'll I   llllllllieII. Ill   ,\ livi'' I   llv.
'      II ,i , ,       1 ll
ii iin* cily yi'stenity,    lh*
l' Vi , i . i     i     1* i
■   *   il"' i,nilniili  lm* a iui"',
'  '   'HI  t 111    I    III  In he llll"lil
Un* ivh ile (if     lo       'I n
'   |in. lii'ihiinli  I'linliiiiiln:'
il aiiioi if  y nml  lilipers
 Mill   "l,*i'"'l    Uli'lilllel*
'* ''■ h'' " . Kindei    may    rolain   Un*
money, Imi ll «m'i* would ho
I   lllll   ill In llilVe lln* poulCOtbooll
)ALGARDNO   HOUSE. |
FORT  STEELE B.C.
Now under the management of
R. D. MATHER.
Is a large and attractive Hole/
oi quiet elegance in all its
appointments,   with a
eus'me of superior
excellence.
\ Special rales by the month, fl
S_€q£S69S969iiS«wiuiHtiM-immnt«%%H«'m-  »?i»1,«i*'»»«*_S
Me.-I     Villi ii lrl
I'oturiied from ii      t lo the nun
ing ci 'J*  i» tl»« M'1'*1" '"lk"
... i.i.
nnil papers relurned.
I'hoy in*'* ducks    uu!!!
FOR THE FORT STEELE
MINES!
'^ravelIe«*H, to and from
Fort Steele  «J_ Kalispell,
Will find the host of accommodations at
THE WEST
HOUSE.
C. M. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana,
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
CONVENIENT TO RAILWAY DEPOT
AND STEAMBOAT LANDING
RATES REASONABLE
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS
THE KOOTEMT HOVSE
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN
S. ADLER.
PROPRIETOR.
Golden, B. C.
A Train Leaves the Kootenay House Every Tuesday & Friday
Connecting with Steamer for Fort Steele.
*!!!!!!H!l!!H!!!!!!!!!!!!n!im!nV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!f!!!nn!!!!!!!!!!*
*»» —i*
|   First Class   j
•»*•*- —•
jLodging House, j
•»*-- —*
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*M_ --_«
(_- ^-1,
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•-. _-.«
£OI 'I 'OS1TE Tl IE STEELE IIOUSE 3
+~- —'■
Z PRICES TO SUIT EVERyBODy. i
«*— -**
•-- ^J
£ Mi'H.   Levett     Prop. 3
E :_!
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