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FORT STEELE, B. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1807.
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LOCAL, NEWS.
Latost Gossip of Interest to Reei
donts of Stoele.
It is reported thut Chas, Elwood has gone to Klondike,
life Williams, superintendent
oi tlio North Slur mine, wus In
Steele on Wednesday.
Port Stoele has now eight hotels that cannot he excelled in
nny camp in British Columbia,
C. F, Venosta reports the sale
of townsite property on the increase.
The Hon, Cl, E, Foster, ox-
Minister of Finance, arrived nl
Fort Steele on Wednesday,
Tho Upper Columbia company's stage arrived on Wednesday
with eight passengers for Steele,
For fruit and confectionery
go to Mrs, Sprague on Riverside
avenue,
Several teams came in from
tho Plains din ing tho week loaded with supplies.
The Hamilton Powder Co,
have constructed it large powder
miignaino at Fort Steele,
The public school will open
next Monday morning, when a
punctual attendance of the pupils is requested,
Mr, li, RaKour of Lftngley,
has bflen appointed superintend'
ent of ConstriititIon ol' nil bridges
on tin' Oi'oW'N Nest Pttsi Wild,
Mr, Simpson, represent-in!-! the
Wardner Intei'iittiluiiftl, Was In
town during tliot'ttl'ly ptll't of the
Week.
The Upper Columbia ("onlpa
hy's sta#e arrived on Monday
with 1(1 passengers for Fort
Hteelt!.
illicit Flti-gei'dld enine In from
Hip new StrlltB on Ttolllflcr creek
on Tuesday. Jack Says it W the
richest Strike IH the diHtrWt,
The 6, P. U.  warehnHse is
hearly eortiplded' A largo
8111011111. of freight is eS.iU'Ht'd t)h
the neitt st'Bittlibo-att
will the Port Steele disMet
he represdit'-erl ill tilt! fe|mkttn*s
fair? is tlitt PMMOtt fiSlidtt b]'
many.
Surveyors *>*re i«ngagwd In
running the iiheS for die laying
of the water* mains' oil HiVersirte
ia Venue on ThtlrSiliW'
If anything ltilppetis It) "yOUr
'watch britiig U to tbt Vtitcll hospital, acl'tiss fl'oht the ToWBSifc
"ftice,
E, A. Hsgiiehi .tllUlWliol1 W
the (lolden *sia, nVriVed at FttH
HI celt' on Moniln.V.   Ml;. tHt*_>geh
wlll make a tour of ihemttrist,
Inking ih till Ihi; pHnci|itll taint's;
The Prosppcti't1 cbiitliige«t on
Sunday laXt Wont n Ishihg, filrig
\o. I BHu&kt 241 (Slug 2, m dlo
Devil) titit aed His Ntw, tlie en-
Hon I'.'-   Making a griilltl total
iif luu im BMiiwalh tVnut;
We IWHl IHM MUSI'S. Moss ft
tttriJhm'dt1 liHYtt Hc«n KMittlWMl
ugetils fdt1 llVn HUmUlttn h*.fti>,lr
t 'o, i allW ngenf-i W lotilt rtfti'r IMS
hay on lh>' K'CiW'inn.y Valley
Co's, Hay land. aiW nlftim fur
the IWnix JriSnranc* Cxy W
Loudon,
Captain Phillips _llvi» Wo«l_*y.
Pi'ovincilil ffbnlVli Insi'tectUr,
with Rr, Dstlcain olf Victoria,
came in by tHe htst itaiW Kli'd
will reimi'tt with l».S tor a f>'W
days. Captain Wooley will look
Into sanitary nlftttevs Wnririf liis
stay.
TM Golden fc, which 1* nttW
iindw tbo iiiann^ement of Mr.
**"*,, A. Haggoii, him beeneiMrged
to a fo'lr piwe six column paper.
TypogWrtitoiliy Uie (paper has
been giWtty improved while it
lilso ctoMtt* touch *We foaWing
matter than JMM"*%\
Mr, Wti'eH D'oif\jfte!''\ assisted
hy a nnnvteof -ft^mtfi*'Snr[/rised
Mrs. II. L, AWI» %n TOefttoy
'..'veiling by snWenlK'. *n^l_Ve_'iiig
at her residence, Vl 'ft 'AWMIiihh
to sny that Mrs. Amine ^fViulnd
them cnrdiiilly; also that tne
''I nice was kepi 'ity W»>_I1 the V,Ve
Wit' 'ours,"
The lind weather lias sent lhe
prospector to the mountains,
What is tho inatter with tho
uu club?   Chickens will soon
be ripe.
Pinch _ Co's. sawmill will
start up on Monday.
I'he Water company have ordered their pipe and upon ils arrival tho work of laying tho
street mains will commence,
Mr, Kershaw's two-story house
which stands on a corner lot on
Mountain avenue and Haliel
street, has this week boon christened Simnysido, and from all
that we can gather of the family
wo consider tho new name very
appropriate. The houso has
been newly and neatly furnished
and is now set apart for roomers
and lodgers, and speaking mod
cully, there is an air of peaceful
noss, pleasure nnd sunshine
about it Which WB feel sure will
be appreciated hy all those forttt
nate enough to obtain a room or
a bed at Sunnyside house. A
comfortable bath room has also
just been added to the back of
the house, whore hot or cold
water baths may be taken, at a
moderate'oharge, This will be
thoroughly approved of by the
dusty and weary traveler and
miner, and every advantage
taken to use it to Its uttermost
capacity, Of this we feel very
confident. Anyhow wo are ooi"
tain tliat Mr. nud Mrs. Kershaw
would bo very glad indeed of a
visit, and inspection from any ot
their friends at Fort Steele, and
personally we wish llieni every
success In this new undertaking,
Woodaman it .Tones haVo erected
the new bath rooms.
Mining News.
The Latest Mining News, Gathered from Points of Interest.
St. Mary's River,
Considerable work is being
done upon properties on lho St.
Mary's river.
The ledges are strong, carrying galena and pyrites of copper.
Somo claims have large showing
of gold quartz, We learn thai a
group of three claims are bonded, the ledge upon which is "n
feet wide and Clin bo traced
through the three claims. Samples taken from the ledge average 8 per cent, copper, with
good values in gold and silver.
Aboul. four miles from this
property work is being done on
three claims owned by the Sawyer Bros. They have a good
showing of galena and concen
trules. The galena assays 8 to
(i per cent, copper besides the
silver and lead values.
Near the summit the Pilot Bay
Mining Co, are working a number of piospects, from Whicli
some very high assays have been
obtained, some going ns high as
■100 oz, In silver and 1(160 ln gold.
On the noi'th fork a large force
of men aro at work developing
some gold property. We learn
that an option has been secured
on tho property by an F.nglisli
syndicate,
Tbo group nf claims owned by
Col. Baiter, near the St. Mary's
lake, has a 5-foot ledge, of galena. Finn nten are at Work running a 100-foot tunnel,.
Bonded
C, P. R'B. WINTER   SUPPLIES.
Forty-four Carloads of Freight for
Fort Steels.
We learn that there at'e at
Jennings 41 carloads of freight
awaiting transportation, The
International Steamboat company are running the slcunici's
North Star and Gwendoline day
and night, endeavoring to keep
up with tlie large amount of
freight that is dally arriving at
Jennings-. Seven car lends of
flour from Kalispell we consigned to the Ci P-. Ki and six car
loads of Hour to the merchants
of Fort Steelei The IH'W C. P,
B. warchotlsPi HlixHO, at this
pointi is about I'ompletod, and
largw quantities of freight come
in on every steamer. Fori
Steele will bo the distributing
point for tlie <•'. P, R. Po, during
the coining season'.
Tho Martin claim on Luke
creek has been bonded to tt,
Hughes; the amount of bond is
s',;l,i)H(ii The vein matter consists of lH Indies of grey copper,
haVlttg tin average Value of Win.
Sold,
The Green Monster claim oli
Luke creek lias been sold lo
Messrs. Wttlfson & Needham of
Vancouver, The consideration
is Unknown, Tlie ore shute consists Of live feet of qua''ti Carrying Copper, pyi'ltSs and chtilcy-
file.
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The properly on Hull river,
lately bonded by H, Brown, has
improved wonderfully, The ore
ii a galena, carrying copper,
gold, silver nnd lead. Mr. Ike
Williams ol' llie Nortli Star Co.,
has chargo of the development
work.
Thos. McVittie, P, T., S. and
C. i'l, completed n survey of tho
Hamlet, Shylock, Hope and (lilt
mineral claims last week. With
the exception of tho Gift, the
claims mentioned are tho original claims of the famous Sullivan
group.
Development work on the Congo and Star claims, situate on
Perry creek, is progressing rapidly. Mill tests on the ore will
be made during tho coming
week.
A force of men arc developing
the New York Jewelry Shop.
The report is thai llie quality of
tho ore Is improving as depth Is
obtained,
The assessment work has been
performed on tlie Keystone, situated on Maus creek,
,1. J, Qulnlavln hnd some fine
samples of ore from the Caledonia claim, which panned gold.
Tho Caledonia is an extension
on the north of the Grace A
claim, These properties are situated on Boulder creek, a tributary of Wild Horse creek.
The Moyle Placor Mining Co.
are working a small force of men
on Moyle river,
H. L. Cummins, P. L, S. and
Ci Ei, will make a survey of the
Bluclier group of mines situate
on the Sullivan mountain.
A force of men aro employed
under the supervision of R. O.
Jennings, developing the Mohican claim.
A mill tost of fij tons of gold
quartz from the SoUr Dougli
clililn, oil Perry creek, will be
run this week,
The Lady Ann group, with a
4-foot ledge of solid galena, is
showing up nicely.
Some fart)' prospectors are
working on Boulder creek) in
the vicinity of lhe late rich
strike made by Messrs. Fletcher
and McMillan.
Soilio very fine Bpeeimons of
gold quartz were brought in
from tile Vielnlty of Wasa creek,
which shoWetl a larfee quantity
of free gold,
Plmreli Netices,
DiVlne Sbrviee "niii ht! Held In
tho SCllOWl room next Kuntla.y
evening At 7;80 o'clock. A n em"
nesl Invitation is given i>> stl.
OH WWuvtav morning nt'XtHlasB
will He tiplelwtetl bv ihe \ic\-.
Father Walsh _ the school room
at 0t80 toVlecll a nr
Deception,
Ml- !-'; P. Venost't gttthtiWl
together « number of the prom'
in'eW,t!t'i*eH9oi' Fcs't Steele at
the o*Hce nf t.Pte Totynslto Po, on
Thlurtda!'- ^Veiling to mWt and
havo a friVindlv chat with the
Hon. Goo. E'. Foster, ^-Minister
of Finance-. Mr Fostw arrived
at Fort Steele on Wednesday antl
visited the Dibble mine in Wbieli
he is interestVHl 'on Thursday'. A
number of Impromptu speeches
wore made by Mr, Foster, It L.
T, Galbraith', '."laVnVs Cvonin,
Hugh McQuade, J*Ji" Watt und
others, The eVeittftS Vassed very
pleasantly. Mr. Foster expressed his surprise as to tli''1 patent
of tlio mineral resources'of Hie
district, and predicted '« great
ifituro for Fort Sleele upon the
adVont of thc Crow's Nest Rail
'}'•
Wc toh tliat J. T\ fiillls litis
bonded lhe Free Trade, Snow
Bird anil MaVmt't claims, situate
on ijotll l'ivet, tb the Glint fiiYor
Mining Co. Tho Vein mailer
haSlOfedtbf decomposed tide,
Shi^l aild fjUftrtz, anil tins an average- value of #4.28 ill gold. The
I rdnd of thn load Is ni'i't'll and
Sotilhi
Bkoelitiln Phllck.
lAi-pl John Denny huS located
four claims On llm Skdokllm
Chuck) and I'eports the finding
nf an H-fotn ledge of gold (Jilnrfflt
'llie new llhtl is au eXlbnSton of
toiuliol'fp Blotfe \\f .Vlessi*i. Mc
WilWrtti aild tiaV'cS I'M WeOli.
Oevelopinent M'tr is going
ahead stiadlty ftrotind white
lifoiis'e mountuiu this sumtneV'i
and while till* C'o'nii'itioiis il'lll
prevent iVnS'lli'iiig "nl the wa^ef
lnrg'e ore shipments', there will
no dtibbt bo sliffiotol Wol'k done
_i pi'il several M lh" properties
in Sliape to s*lii\v, 'AS SitOh as transportation faculties' oife
"$0 were shown ln« Ve'ik by
C. F. Vtmostu li'iiiim beautiful
specimens of quart/, from tftoBl'-
Metallic and Paymaster claiins.
The Vein is four foot in wid'tli
"vnAofl^or cent, copper, i*li in
gold', liine oz. iu silvnr, Mr.
venosta will liiitmh, Hit; prop',
erty.
Cot. George Doherty reports
'nlli'i iTie Bald Mountain claim,
sitiiiYieci on Willi HrVi'siicwAMt, is
showing lip ninety.
Mr. MoCarty is about to erect
an onion and store building BOX
(in feet, two stories, al the corner of Queen's avenue and Vic
torin streets.
Mr. Houghton of the Moyle
mine reports that in his Nn. I
tunnel in going 1- feel he struck
27 inchos of solid giileim. This
property promises to equal if not
exceed in tonnage the famous Sl,
Eugene.
Mr. ,1. ,1. Booge has been ftp-
pointed stage and express agent
by Mr. Bunyan, the proprietor
of llie Fort Steele and Moyie
stage and steamboat express aud
freight line.
Tito large two-story building
llUxW feet, which Mr. Hogg is
erecting for tho McMahou Bros.,
is fast Hearing completion. Those
gentlemen have become largely
interested in tlio town nnd surrounding country and have the
goods here to open ono of the
best mercantile institutions in
East Kootenay. Thoy have also
just completed a large steamboat
wharf fronting the building,
Much interest is being taken
in a wagon road to Bonner's
Ferry, 25 miles of which lias already been built by the citizens
of Bonnor's Perry. 500 day's
work has already been subscribed
by cl linens of Moyle and it is expected the ('overnmunt will give
some aid,
xxxx,
■ ■TH il --
ARE THE BEST IN  FORT STEELE
KKMCaKVR-Ji
New Hinls and  Bedding Warm nud Comfortable—Separate
Compartments Tho Greatest Spread of Uaiu proof
Canvas in British Columbia,
LODGING BV THE WEEK, IK.50.
OPEN BAY AXU NIGHT. . . .
_W. M, CHRISTIAN, Prop.
Ready for Business,
The international hotel Is now
open for the acooittodatien of the
public-, until1!' lhe management
of R, G, Bhier, Who has had
many years' experience in the
hotel line-. The International
a large tWostury betiding) ilox
till, Containing somB 20 rooms,
all nicely furnished allit deeo
rated. The dining itlolil will be
unileV' the management of an experienced Caterer Ami ii is tin
intention of the ma linger that
the- international shall be a first-
class hotel iu every fospeet
jwyjb wty mm.
ilft aud Mrs. Jos. Bhea moved
ihto their iteW residence on Lake
Shore avento on Monday last
and worn at. home to Ule nu'.ny
friends thet' have W«*d,> ftlbtt
coming to Moj'it\
GlencnW Campbell has just
completed a vvha-i-f 85x100 feel at
the foot of Queen's avenue *n\l
fronttflfe lho Hotel Moyie, of
which h'o is the towner and ntnn
ager
M'i's»r!>. Bilnj[_A and l'-,fii<:pi of
the (YnVibi'iiok mill hftVo csliiV,
lishVM rt lumber .yard hoi'o, witV
Mr. Boop'n in 'charge, nnd '<_«
now JWirtllsh any amonnt of Win
M 't\\\ Mioi'l. not-KAi al reasonable
Ag*M'eB.
tn'o. Ilasseil Wi'li imve 'his
lodgVlVg h'dusil and reslaiii'tinl
t;oin|',iV'lrd this weni'i und ready
for busiuess, coi'iier Victoria aiicl
Msdorn sirut'i*.
-L^»"JfivW a_M__M_g____ MSB
WANTED.
IVntli't's for tho bui'uhiK nnd dollvory
ol aOU bushels of fliiii'iioii'l ut the Sl.
KtiKKiio mills, -\pi,i,v in
ilAMKHCIIONIN,
iVArunpt nl tin- St. ICllgeno Minn.
NOTICE,
Nntli'n Ik hal'obj' illVcn Unit 110 ilnj'K
ultui' tlut,' 1 Intern! t,,, upply 10 tho
Chief COIlUlllDstoUOl' iif \M\«e nn.l
Works lur.ii lii'i'iim. In cut tlmlwr on
tliv following dosorlbml |ii,it't; of luml
Starting nl ii post on the north hunk nf
Klk i'lvi'1' ulti'itt 2 mill's etiutli of tin:
month nl I'Mitl i-i«i'k, tlioneo ffi'nl (III
I'lmiin,, tli-nn'w norlli 20 uhulnfl, thonco
wont Sn nlmllin, tlionod iioi-t.1i 40 Vilnius,
tliuni'i' uitut 'in oholni, tliwinra north an
I'lininn, tlii'ili'ti oust t„ tho llnnk uf I'ilk
river, nnd following tlio l,i,nk ol Wli
rivi'i' in lln' .llnce uf bogltltilng,
William I'liits'ii;,
lluti',1 .\,iKiisi 2nd, INni. -,
N'. i'l'li.'!:,
Notion b liM'oh}' hIvpIi llinl. ilii iliiyr
nftor dato I Intond tn up_lly UltllnClildl
CoinlltlBsionol'of LAndii umi Works fur
u livviisu iii out tiralwi* nn tlm foltow!n_-
di'.ii'i'ilinil pivi',; nr llllllll SiMi'tinjr ut li
pnsl on.llii' north litmk nf l-ilk i-ivi'l'
iiliniit i,„,;-f,,ni'tli iif ii inilc st.'.llli nf 111,
inoutli of (titil vi^uk, HhmiI'V Wtisl 40
I'liuins. thohoo noi'th 110 ctMhlti tliuns'
wost.40«ll»lil», thonoo inirlli S»vhiiliis,
thonco \v,»t 40 ,'huins, thonco norlh 00
vliuiim, thenoo woat 20 chulm,, them',*
mirth no t'hKiito, Ui^llwousMothulHIiilt
uf Kilt I'irnii «,i,i fylWiVlug thu hank of
Klk I'iwl' tl. pluvn >,f Ijogllinliijf,
ft fe, T, lt,U^lllA«TII
ISilwl Allgu«t2nd) ll»Ti i
NOTICK,
NotloOkSwoty K"'.'n thai (HidiO1*
aftor ilule iw |,llv„,l l„ upply to lho
Chlol   CBMUhlAWSer   of   bunds »I|,I
Works Mr | ,,,i»«i'.n i„ pun kiwo inu
uvrri. nf luml tfosoribod S^ followal
Starting «t u>" IWUtemi cornor of
llliivk ,'i2i. tH_i_>west I0„»l_i thuncn
nortli 40 chains, thonoU o_l 4*1 ,'l,nl»»«i
thonco south 4« chains i" *' Hint* et
,,iw„iii.,,iii-„,w,l.
WlbMAM l'H»W».
KHAMt 4''tt|.;f*lAN.
Bdlod .'nl,V i'l'l, Willi *
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CARLIN
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PORT  STEELE,   B.C.
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| General    Merchandise. *
S   Miners   Suj)plies   a   Specialty   ^
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^      Agents  For  The California      g
X Giant Powder Company, •<?
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""W*'**!"*"***'"-*''',,^ ™. W "i A % ro WWrm W W
Cort Steele    i
■   Mercantile Co..*1f
American Store.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods, Groeorlti, Gents' Furnishing Goods. Boots and
Shoes, Hardware, Cedar Shingles.
Oat a. Flour and Brnn.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE,
WlW1fl|tffl-ftillfl!rt(t(ntWlil'---inWiTW»nrf>?in»nniTiTifntinn
JUfst meiVed & OWnplJtfi line of Footwear for Mon, Women
Antl Children.
Thtj L&tlieS cf Fdrt Steele »?o respectfully invited to call and
»*««lno diif att Itook ot WOH-.en'i; Shoes »nd .Slippers'
Mi'4'l< I-:-.
. IW _IljV_ uftdl' ^ul(''
NiillV'V, IW^iiJi!, otlrr rfulv. I Aim «p.
plv li, thv I 'hlof QSSWllWloiiOI'Bl I'Kinl*
und WorltHftti iKn'-mW*!*!! i» |iurohs_
lliv tollowWg ili'M'i'iliuil luiul', Mlimlv M
Hunt Kinitnnn.y dfe»'M, II. ('.; Wr-
m lilt' *l „ (rout JtWIItell n( tlm rtM\»*>-
w,s( ,.,,Viii'V „f MiiI'iWiii H,»,i,,'» ,*v-
i'iii|ilWm lH',',,,-1,-.until i,Mn# tlWl»,illlil-
iiry nf l-.Wl, ill. H(H,l'irilns. ,\\*\kc liiihl, Nil
•,'hiiW». lh*D_ IM'tti «l ,'htli*, 1I)>-*M,
ivustwi ohulitt IM (Mint nf ,Minmihii!o-
mnnti Vfiinilnli^ ftfotwou Wnra oFttMi,
,i,,n\ M-A11_«%,
Whtod iViiKllifl _<!■. \*K. ■>,
try Dnf W*»»t Manna   K _Mt delicious bfeak_st food,
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i  QUEENS     HOTEL. 1
Two GffliMliodiitt* bmto KoMfc tor Co-imifirttal Mm
IMtVlhVffiK TlfA'NSI'KKKI.I) VUVA-:
■ii'tPi'' ,i PoLi'i kupiis
IMlftOtWlTON NWlift.
Midi ft hWMiy »)<*„ thrtWdco-
Jttrtrtil'+filp h'Vi'l'AMlV' VM»lil,J! linilil-
\\,„k\'i1m'1,t,m'W'C <■■ N'MmHAc,,, If
'I'lis.-iilvnil Iiy niiiii'ml i^iwi.nii, MP, N. ,\
NViilllniii'i'  I'i'tlrlii;''.     (>,  P, V'l'ii^Vn
will llllllll ill,k'lii>n'iiil UoffiNI nil*'
liiiiinti- iluv llio il"n,.
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THE   PROSPECTOR, \ KLONDIKE-WILD HORSE OREEK
IS   PUBLISHED   WEEKLY  IIY
THE PROSPECTOR COMPANY.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
(HIIIM   IM
So far ulioul -'ll» I'it'li locations I    Ucrtijicite of Improvements Nolice,   '
have boon made iu iim Klondike I      Dorval Mining Claim.
rogiou. This district-' K'lontliko,,  uorViu mi m qmim! sin-»u> in iho i»ort
A. II. GRACE. MANAGER,     IBonauua and Eldorado creeks- ^'JJtrvWvm'ir^nrtM^'r^iiiii'no^iiirii
  lias al ready.yielded largo sums; oi'M'i,. I'mi suviu.
THE PROSPF.CTOn,  Is  pnbll»h.d'     a   u   ■     thought* Ullll   it   WilliM^^mmm^^^.
RVOI'J'   SlUulJllV,  lind  hns ll BltUlllllU'Cll I I ^ Mluu ^ e.-i I ,,t.-.,l,- No. li'VIHI.i. llllviil, ,.I.M,\ <lll>-
di'Di'iliiiiuii larger than „„> oilier paper ylold ¥21,000,1)00 ill It (lis!unco of fram-luto ii.-i ( i" upply to tin Mliilut Re-
l„ i;„„i liontcniiy. It I-. all home l-i'lutcd j ^ ,nllcg     |-  , wh.,,, of ,,K, ma'uy ™*™'°' ",7f,7i!"' " r""!7, nn'tof i_
nail contllillH iltiiU'le llie news of „„; ,'   .    , , tin, punvso ofouu,t-.iln« ,t Crown (Ironi or tin
Other paper In the illslrlel, Cl'OOks in   British i.'tlluillbiu llllll nhovo clulm.
As ii" nilvortlBlni medium ll If «».: |have' yleltltxl   lilllll.V   millions  ill J2wiBfvi
gold in it luucli smaller area. |_™"'••,»■
NOTICE,
Take nnliee lliul thirty days after
ilitlv I. 'Jiv uiiiloi'slgnod, will ni'l'ly I"
lliu (.'lilvf I'liiiinilasiiiiii'i' ol I .uml.- mill
Works for n Special i.iui'iiHij to cut
liiiihi.riinlhvi following il'scrlbeil lands
i,iuiiilti on Klk River in lliu Kust Kool-
I'linj liii'li'ii't nml piii'tii'iilin'l.v tlt'i.tii'ili-
i'il us tnllims. iiaiinilv: Cotiiiiiciiotnff at
NOTICI"!.
NOTICE.
, .    ,      ,       . , Notion Is liei'obv alvou llllll Ihllty iluys litlul'
Wi, nerolij' givo  notieo Unit sixty a,it<<']-h<>siililvun_r<'ui>Miniot-(.;<,i,,i>h,i.vi-.m.
iluys aftor tlatn wu Intond to upply to U. a-IKW will apply lo llio Chief Cuininlsslonor
lliu (,'hiof C'oraiiilsHlonoi' or Lunds ttud of l-iiiul.', oral W-orlts for it i,|,coh,l llruiiso. to cui
llliilii'l- on Um inlliwliii; ilvscrlboil iili'vv vi liiiul
excelled.
lVV'i'll'll lu III,' niiluill,ilim ui I'l'li Sli'.l,
ii.",','i„i,iiii'i.i.i(i'iv him iiilni'i'iii resources nil Willi lloi'so creok, in a distant
hi din
ii iitillvi' lliul iii'tim:
I'l'iiiiiiini'vii in.-rt.lv.-1
l.MU'll! Illljll'IW'llll'll
Works for permission lu niiri'liasn !1'20 ,
,    '   ,     .          .   ■       ..     ,,,. slltiiiti, on Milrll Cl'vcll, 111 l_Ht KooUlliny ills-
iii'ivs or laini  sltnulotl  mi Sis MUu lrW.at.', towin I'oniiiioncl'iiii'uiiiiiiiniiiliini.
vi k, west nf Kt, Kngone Mission, bo- ciiby ihoHuiltviin Trull un llm Noi'ili side u!
ginning at  lliu   ,N\V.    coi'Uor   post,Minimi li nliuul: <( of ii lullu southeusi of llio
planluil „!,,.„! one liulf inilu nortl. of llop,i,iiln,irnli'l.il,,i.Uu,,iili.8l»«■='«';'«"»
, chelns llu'lu'V s mill liil'lv Vilnius, llii'iii'i' ,Iiiiiii llll postf.SW corner I"-'"11 l-lnnluil tho pitoli trull on west sldool tho crock, ]l|slv ,.|m|„vii„u,.,,,„„iiii iWiy ciiuim,. Un utu
uu lliu north wosl bank of tlio Kile I'H'oi' running llioneo »0uhs. S, thunee 111 ells. I i _<i hlxly clraim. uit-iiec >iwi li *oi«- liniHlralJiiiil
about ton fool north uml ul Uu' north  B, llienee 80 vhs. N, llieneo in elis. VV, i iwuiiiyeiiulii.  ,«■ west sixty ehntns. ihuucc
folly i'liiiins. thenee west HWlily vlii'iii..
•I'l.l'l, ' Inniiii' fiintiilnlns;IimilU'l'islinil'i        '" hui'uliy Riven Uml Ului'mircl I'. Kmliiin
I'.llll'llll   111  l.|l|l|,   ,1,   llll'l'llll'll'lllliuilshiiilll,',
.... |.. ||,,i„,s.                    I'l""'" l""1 Works,  Vli'loi'lii. lor lJl>l-t'rilhr.toll I
uml Tr",, .uii'l' ui lliv  I'Ul'vl'ii"'' '■>'■» Ian I Iwiil.  Cinnlnciiclmt ul n.
NOTICK.
1 livniliy v'lvc li'i'.lii! lliiil liilrty iluys iifu-r
lllllo] lull nil lo upply loUiol'lllolColluillssioil-
vr of Llllids und Words fur u spi'clit] license i„
VIII tlllllii'l'nil till'fiill'lwlin; llci;orlbuil llll'l'l! v.f
lull,! in J'insl K'lioHiiiiy illstiii'i, iliitiiinii,^ ut
u liusl iiliiiiti.il Iwi'iily chiilns viii.i li'oin llm
uoi'lii ,vi;,:l voriu!'i.f Wnli Wiiil' 's |,a'-oi,i|,iUiii
llll III'I; 01111 lililu WL'St. Ilmlll'l, Olio nml Illlli If
itlilosuyj'ih Humeooiiu inilu nisi,, llu nee ono
..in; >, Iiuir mill's sinulilii isni" of In I'liiulni.'. '
I!. I». 5l.ilin iv
IJuliil,Iimi, ISIIi, isii.v ;.l
til,. Uust Koolvli:
Biibscvlpllons I i,™ Per yviir.
rules uiiiilv Ituown on appllention.
iiilli-lii'il Irani nil parts nt lln
Ailvurll,
Conll'lhiitioi
of about a milo producod ovor
s;li imii i, i ii ii i,   Williarns crook in
two iiiilo
r.
district, hm nil mailer Intended lor publlciiilon nillg   oreek  ill   two  lliul  il  half!
___7___-7._--_._ =lmiles>  »l2,00p,PtiCi.   As will boj
ii ilio records oi Klondike do
not as yet reach tlio limit of.
either Wild Horso or Williams
crook. Thore is a largo terri
lory of about Iii"'1 utiles in Brilisli  Columbia  thai lias hardly
PROVINCIAL     MINERALOGIST;'
CARLYLE ON EAST KOOTENAY.
MINERAL AttT, iSSfi,
ll'iilt'l   ,.l
Certificiili to itnin-iirinei,ls Nollee,
Good Luck Mineral Claim.
Um,! I.iivtt Wliioru! I'liiiiii. slimiir In iim I',
,iv .\l.iiiiii: Plvlslonol |,;,isi Knotoiiny,
east uofiiui' piiiii ul l.u!. ;!_ ili'uup I:
ilii'iii',' north ai uliniiis; l,heueo oast -in
,'iiniiis; thonco north 20 olinliw; tlioni'ii
uusl -III i'lnins; llienee north 'JI u'liiinn;
i!'"iivuuiiii| 'III elialns; thonco uoitli -"
viiiiiu-; tlionoo uusl li' niinlns; tliutico
noi'th :!U I'linin-i; thonco uiibI -III uliniiis;
ill,'iiuu north 20ehuins: ihoiico oust In
uliniiis: Ihuauu muiili ui'tissing tliu river
Pi uliaiiis: Hi,■ in" w,,..i liii'lmiiis: tlioiintj
soutli io chains; theucu wosl in chains!
I'liu Iniiiul jiusL being N. W. eoi'itci',
I''. I'. Nolilll'liY,
H'M, TllliMSIIX,
iii'iT. 'I'liins.
DiitcilMuy.Ul.tli, isin. -IS
,\'0'l'll'K,
I or Ivi
I lllt'.n '
Hill SI I'llllin-
NOTICE,
I lii'ivliy give nollee thnl 1 huve up-
llloil     Ul     Oil'    I'llii'i    I'lllllllllssillllUl'  llf
.nails nml Works Iur u lleenso to.eill,
boron lh" following desel'llii'il |)lcee
ehains! thonco south -(' i'IihIiib: thoin
wosl -10chains; thunee nuuili ;'ii chain
' WOSi   IH   „|  |,,n,|, slllllll,',1 un in.vili slilu nf Bt
111   Kllsl   Kinltl'llliy   l>i';
al tliu Nt
llll'.
ulli,
I iiii
llll Cl
in,v.i.Iiiiii iii. mi;.
■ul tl) i'liuiu...; tHuiu'
Iii liu.si Kootonny wo are
ini{ lie great hoglrn of pros
tors to look for otlier mines like|_w
lho iioblo deposits of sllver-loai
ate, ai tin; North Slat uud St
Eugeno, uud lhe how railroad I ^^ -s ll0t^,
will do much to open up tho re-'....   u„c n
sources of this vasl  sod ion
tiiniinlaiii land.
'!1|!|    -"     Alll"l'l   Iiliil!,.-' |ll'U.l'lll|l|illll,llll'llV
Mil
. navi
iy iiioiii
IS
yel  eusl
i mu lo ihe
thai
in (his. va-i
greater or less quantities,   Iros,-
peotlng   lias    ji;-!   etiiiiiueni'i'il.
 " IThe onward march ol adventur-
Forl Steele is, having all the Brs seeking tor the yellow metal
pleasant weather desired. We _s to the north, and there will bo
should be tlutnkful. ; many rich strikes mado in the
_-_____;i 1 regions  south of   the Alaskan
Wo havo kicked and kicked, line. The !'','.\ oi mining men
and possibly tho incessant kick- to Klondike will be followed bj
lug on account of our poor mail another and larger iuilux in tlie
service may be hoard at Ottawa, large ami rich goli
if we allow ample time for our
wails to roach lho powers that
be. "'•
mm.l ACT, 1396.
,'i'i'i.M r i
Mavorick Mineral Claim,
liiiius: iliuui'u wu.i in chains to lho
!ii-e el beginning, etmUiiiilng ubuut
l!U nevus ot lanfl.
Dulu.l Iliis :ilst iln\ uf Inly A. I). IHM
Maluitlm Mi'i'iiviiiiek. I
NQTICt".
i i',,.i"   iv.. not   ■ thul -iw .luy nli.'i
I, 1 „', ud I,'i'1'lill ,ili.'I'M' I I'.'inliii ..i.'ii-
, .; I uii-nu,I Works lo imrcnuRV the lullow-
Ig  vlv.vill,...! mul , I  'ill,! sUlllltol  ill Hi, I
.I'llviuiy Uisii'lvi. li i   viiii    Hi '.Iimi, vi in
I'l
mu liiiniii'i'ii I'hniiiii, IIiuik
mu lm mi r, -il nml lui mv vliuins I
of Si. Mai'v's llivei', thonco wo-
iv,. hiiiili ul 81, Man's liiver ilii
follow
-.iM.v olmlim, Ikuiici
thoneo wosl furly v
clalllj uliniiis In lit
NOTICE.
■'I'llH TKAMW.W COMPANY ItU'Olil'llliA-
TION Ji'l' IHB".
Wo llm unil'I'sliinvil. Ki'iinli IV lloiniliof S|m-
luui,' lu Um suili, uf Wiwhiuulou. iMIulim l>lu r
il,,v. uml Wull Wiiil.- "I l-'iii'i Slei'lu In llm
I'l'oi'iu ,1 British Oolinnhlil. Itanulioi', lioj'i'li)
liVi' Ill'lll'l- llllll   1VU   IlltVO   llllllIU  lllUllllllllliUI in
ili.'Hii'lsi,iiii'i.i"ii.i si.i.-ii ('i,in|iiinii'sf,ii'lii-
'" j, lurullon iinilor lliu ulinvi Avi usllio sulll-
ii-: viintiroiip, »„ Hi 'itnml I'orl stttlc Tu'in-
Ulijuii.t I'liinpiiiu i",' Um piiriiiiiit' nl inillilliiB
iul|,|iiiiu uml optirullnil li'i'iiuv'iy,. illul fnv
'ii-lii'i'lIlls' mnl iii|iil|i|illi„ li'li'liiiiilii' nnil uiv-
inph llnus tn I'liunvi'lloii lliui'tiwllii.
Tin- points liuiii'iii'li whlrli It is propoNi'd I.
I',
uii'lli forty chains,
ins, iliuuuu uiuili
• ui I'l'jillllil,;'.
I''. I'. lltlllAN.
May 2S. ISin, IS
, ll'lupll
 ll ivli'iil'lili
,   llsl.,11,1
iiii.  Ii'i'omaiiiiliil
I Kooluilliy river. Nor
nl si. Mury's lllvvr .
iiiiiiiiii nf Murlt l'>'<•
British Columbia.
-:=*t^'
Every iiinn who oo'tnos to Port ^
Stoole loses no timo in making k,;,
an iiivostmcnt in town lots, The on'
reason for that, is that the do-, ''"'■'"
volopmont of the mining i" .
sources in llie vicinity is proving
that lln' country is all right.       ;   _,'
thiviy days
, the Gold
Niii ICE,
lvo notice tiiul thirty iluys
iiluliil lu apply lulliv linlii
r   for a  license to sell
know n
' Hour th
IT,','!' i'fillou t'!'u..si|U;,
11. O. .IK.NNlXlil
Daieil this .lulv.'li'il. IS!'
 j liquor by retail on lie premises l>
!:is lliu "(Vow's Most Hotel" net
MS AVli,
Mr. "fohii I}. Gi't.'otifiold, of the |
Posl Ollico Inspector's Htafi', completed details with Postmaster
Clark lo lnako this a money
order olhce, which hus since
proved io be n great convonieucp
to many. If Postmaster Genera]
Muloch could bo convinced thnl
a more frequent service from
Goldon lo Steele was necessary,
also thnl n soul hern route to
lialispelj should bo placed in operation al oiiee. howohld receive
the thanks of the whole district.
Klondike is all right, anil liusl
Koiitoniiy bus Just us good a
show for scoring n success in
mining as tiny Other portion ol
the Amerloilii t'olitiiienli ll now
seems lo 1)0 Hie concensus of lill
milling nieii thut, blast Kootenay
is a vasl mineral country-, With
every encouragement for tlio
prospector, Tlio Into strikes
Will ,.l„ uirtv.li lo sllliilllnle milling
iu all purls of Ibe disli'it'l. We
look for lui'C'e pill'tiea of  pl'os-
pectin's tt) take advantage of llie
|ileasanl '.voitllior in thtiit'fioat'cll
for llio yolloW nii'lul.
Nolle,: is hereby slvvu tuui ". i, -■
•lul,'I iiliuiil luuuiily lolli,.'CliliTl'o:iil,'.
vv ol l.iiinls uml Works Iur o stn'riul ii,','
cm timber on lho following lamls; Core
nt iim M'liili wi'.i is,in, !■ post nliti'L'ili,"
iinni yunls from the H-osi Imul: of Moylu
in East K any Ptslrlot. ll.,'. ,,ls„.i
inllilsli'iui, llii'iimmlliil Muyl- l.nki'i
north Olio liuu'li'i'il niii twenty chnlns;
,'llsl, llvvllly ,'llllllis: tlu'lli'i'Iiurtll uni'  ill
uml twenty olinlns; theucu -Msi tony c
thfiii'i, sotiih uni' liiiniii'i'ii nnii twenty <■
ilii'ii'siv.'.'si iwini.yciiiilns. thenee soul
hutiilrcll initl twenty uhnttis: tlii'lu',, west
liniisl iii l-'ui't Steele, il. i'.. Oils iaiIi
.iium. A. 1)., I";ir.
•     JOHN Mi.'KAU.
XUTii'i:,
iu'ruliy given
lltll"l
qitftrlor ol
it
t 1
forty
i'liiiins. t
ell
noi'th in
iho
1
pitted I
lis
NOTIOE,
I lii'vviiy give notice thtll li" iliiys
ifiuv ilaiu I intond to upply to thiol
Commissioner uf l.anils unil Works for
a liccnos fur ibe purpose of prospecting
for conl oh hind situttte on the north
side of St Mary's rivor about. (2) two
lm norlliHpvtiyeliulns: iheu st twenty miles west from tin' liiditm Resel'va-
•lllilns'. Iliulll'i'imi'llli'lillllvi'lllllns; llli'lll'l',:iis|||iim_      gtDI'tlllK   fl'Otn   tllO   SOIltll   east
Mi C!c"'"isi fori""." "toMlf wo™auM>'ilihi"*- e9l'"Q1' |ll';"' lht'"t'e rennlnS m ohalns
ilral I'luiln-'i i'i, „',"'• it.'s, ,»',.iii.. I'liiiins: uu j noi'tht thenee ruiiniiip' SO uliniiis west,
louiliclnl'iycliulns: ,iu nee mist iwonly chnlns: I thence 80 chains south, thenee SU ehuins
i""'      -si forty oust til pintle of euainieiieeinuiili uom-
NOTICC.
Niillci'Is lu'i'i'i'v ilivefl Umi ro iluvs afler
I Illl>i'iiill<i|i|i|llviii|l„'l,i, II .ii:>nilssl,,i>-
.', of I.nml" in.I Wnrks f,,r ii s|iis'i,:i Urease ui
■ut llmlii'i'un lliu i'lll'i'.i'iiiv Iiiiii!' : L'i inmeiic-
nii ie Uu s,„iil, ,,,■:, i'ui-nc'1 post jiliilitt'l on,'
iini'lli', ilynrils fi'i.m Ui,' west hllllii of Moyin
1,'ivi'r (i.tioul seven miles from the motltll 61
Vinyls iJlltol. Ill Knsl IConti'iiuy Illul
NOTICK,
;   Notice is Uerob) givon that thirty
days nfter date, 1 Intend to apply to
' tho (inili t'oiiimissioiiei' fur a license to
sell liquor by retull on the premises
i known us tht: C'oeui' d'Alenes Hotel at
I Westport,
ithutsisiyilaysj S'i'KVU VOL'NG. '
I i,:,,,ii: toapply to the Cliief     j,.^, _, u]   ,.|Jl( m> .-;1
uiur uf \.-.i-:.di nml Works fur   . ,__,	
itoi irchnsc lCOacresofland, NOT1CU.
ver .I", iu Ki'.ur antl better     . .      ,      , ,     ,,     , i
, ,, .       ,        here bv Vive nollee that I linve ni^
in, follows;   I oiniiiuiiuine; nt ,       ''"        ...       .   , ,
,   ,.     .,     ,'      I plieu to  the. Chief Ciimiiiisiiioner or.
anted  one  half mile down t J.     ,        ,,„,»,,.
,  .,        ,,    ,  ...    ,     Lands und Works for lieense to cut
t,m  bridge uml  nbout  one! .        ,.,.„,
timber on  the   following   do.-uTibci
piece of hmd situated on south side of
St Mury's I liver, ileal'Perry crook trull
on the bunk of St Jl/ary's river, eom-
meneiiisr nl Initial stake about II miles
above the western boundary Lot I, (!. I,
the.n<£ south 10 ehuins. thunee west 120
ehuins. tlienee norlh -111 chains, thence
oust 120 chains to initial sliilte, beingsix
hundred and forty acres more or less.
I11A FINCH,
Dated Ibis Juno llilth, 18M.     63
un:,' wosl of tin- lover.
ivii.iin,'', thonce -'ralh id
v wosl -la chains, thenee
ins tu point of boginnuig.
■Inneililth. 1897,
.lulm 1. linage.      52
i'hiilns uiiiii' ilim', "I iii'i'iiiiilne,
DlltOllUI I'.nl Sli'I'lV. ll.C.UllR '
ll , .VII. W.I!.
iv. u. iio
ui tlu;
prising Hi'1 ncrus.
10. ,1. Wai.su.
Dated thin 13th April, 181)7.       41
3plvV&'v7'.".-;
1
vv KORT STV.KI.E.
Mining affairs lioi'eiti'8 looking   'i-endors win i« r,.v,,.i until nooi
tip,    A cuiu])ttii*y oi'  Wiishillglon!"" SuWl'diiy the Ulli day df-Augus
tiapilallstshave socuri'd theEs- nMt'   A 'l""'1'b,l'j"","' thobnildbi,
.   ' „"  ■•; ,     .,,: muy b" seen it! the lioerjrdcrs ulliC'
tella group oi mines and will I p0Pl ^,,.,.,,. ,.„ ,,,„| .,rt,.,. ,;,,, .,|ti. „
toiutneuce n|)erations rtl  unco. July and further partU'ulafi inn tool
Thu iMoyi" Placer Mining com- Ualuodattli
pany  ure   lapiill.v   developing uINog
NOTICE,
I hcrcli}  give notice, that !H1 days
niter duto.  I intenil lo apply to the
: ::'■' i       luir.l)-. cye{ t omniis'itmui' of   Lands   and
I Wei Its Iur ti liuunse for the purpose n!
pmapcoting ii,r coul on hinds, situate
iv.i I'm- south side,Of the nt Mury's
1 rivt r. aboul three miles west oi the St.
' I lioCene Mis-ion.    Sinning frtiiu N. 13.
KOTIGE.
Horoby give nolice thill sixty' days
after date I inleiul tt, upply to the
Cliief Commissioner of Lands antl
Work.' 1'tir permission to purohaso 1120
acres of bind situated near Mitl'k creek
in the district of Hast Kootenuy, B, C.
Commencing at the Southeast corner
post, of W. A. McL. MeiichOlo's preemption: thence East 40 chains, thence
North Pii elmins, t.honcO West 111
ehuins, thence South 80 Chains, to the
point of eouiini'-neeinent.
AuiEii'i' Hanks.
Dated ul Po','1 Steele, li. C-. this 24th
day of.I une-, A, D., 1S07. fit
N DTK '15.
I hereby jive notice thnt sixty days
aftor ditto I Intend to apply to the tiblof
i'uiitniissiiiiit'r ul Lunils und Works fur
|iuriiiissluii lu piiriiiiise unu hundred
.mil sixty ueres uf uiisiii'voyoil and uu-
oeciipied hind Crown Lands situated un
i'ruey Creek in Kurt Steele Mining Hi-
visiuu. Beginning ut a post planted
close tu 'I'ruey Creek uf tlie foot of the.
mountain tnul about live miles from
Wusu. being the Nl1'., eorner: tlienee
soulli ill eliiiins, theneo west. 10 eliiiins,
thenee. north til ehuins, thenee east III
elmins to pluee. of beginning,
Ciko. II. Scott.
Dated May llllll, 1897. IS
NOTICE,
Public notieo is hereby given that
sixty days after date wc Intend to apply
to the Honorable tlie Coiiimissitiner ol
Lands and Works for permission to purohaso throe hundred and twenty ueres
of unoccupied Crown Lands situated on
the west bunk of Elk ltiver, Kust Kootonny i eiimmcueiiig at the southeast eorner of lut 227 of tlio Kootenay Valley
Lund Co's. land, theneo west 40 chains
to lot !I2I,  thenee south   80 chains,
thenee east-In ehains, tlienee north 80
ehains to plt'c'tiief eommeneoinuiit.
Ceo. ll. Watson,
John ('. W.„r.'isil,
Geo. HtxnuuTii, ■
Jay i'siiuii.
Dated i'til't Sleele, May l,',tli, IS',17.    48
on Um Wis! Iiiiii!, ol lliv
[I, of unil 11,111' llu limulll
mil ll point Hi HI' lll'lll' Ull'
:ll.  111 Um  liusl Kiiutvlin.v
NOTICE,
1 lioreby give notice Hint sixty ilnys
lifter (Into I intend lo upply tutliuCJiiuf
Cpminissionci* of LiukIh mul Wui'ks fur
permission to pui'ehaso thi'cb iiumU-utl
und twenty ueres of nurnserval mid un-
oeeupiod Crown lands situHted ou St.
Mary's Kiver in Bust Kootenay District, begiuuluy; ut tlie SW. corner of
•V.  M.  McL. Meaehon's pre-emption;
I'Mrli-l. lirll^lU'oliiiiil'lii.
(I>.) l''nmi a linlnl ul ni- iiwiv I he mfiilth of
Mnrli Otvtlt iifoi'chiihl uml ti liojiil mi or nwir
i.lniSluiiiMMilJ.litL'k^mi Min,-nil i'liiiiii. imSuiii-.
vim lllil In sulil liliiHt tCootvnuy DisirU'i, Hrilisli
i.'oli ni) bin,
ll'lie Kuiwrnl nmw nf Ihn sniil iniimvnys Ik
|ip(ipostni toiiutiH followm
(a.) Commonelnij nl u iioltil on Um Wrsi
btuih »f tin; Knoutmy lUver. Norm of. ami nenr
Un- moittti of si. Mury's Klvei' unil ninhitii!
WflKtorly nlouit llio North 1'unk of i.ultl St,
Mury's Ulvtr lo u fioltit ul or uctti* lliu inoutli of
Mui'lt Cteult.
yb.) Uoinmciwiiw'nta point ut or nenr lho
inoutli of MnrkOroclttittd runntiitf ulohCQi'iioiiv
Uio tmiili of siiiil Mil rl; Crwlt ih n North UVst-
urly (llrooliou lu it point on or notir Uie Slono-
wiiil .liiiiiiHonMiiioml C'lnlin or. Sullivan lllil
Utoi'emiHJ.
t'llANK J', HOllAK,
Wait V.'ahk.
WUiiohh:  WM. R.UWR.
hiittdiii Karl Si^'i'1. Hrltlsh Columbia. ihi>
iiiiKlityof.imto. A. D-. isnr. w
PAULIAMIiiNTAUY NOTICK.
•"I'llK TUAMWAV COMPANY INCfiUl'OUA"
'WON Al.'T ISlKi*.
Npil-jc iii heveliy t-'lvou thul. upi-'lli'tiUoft will
tio miiilo ut iho nexl su'hsUih of Un- Uvlshum
Assomi'ly for th. I'rovlufo of l!i'ltl>hColnmliln
for mi Ai'luuiliomtnj-t Uio inooiiiomtloii ol 11
noiiipuny to ixmstntoi nnil cponitn n lino of
Ruilwuy rjoinmoiiclilp: ul some point on Uu- Hue
ot lho Hrltlsh Calumblu SouUiunt RtilHvny
(olhevwlritt known us the Crow'n Nest Puss
Ruilwuy) nourost thc town of Kurt .Steelo in
Vktil Knotumiy mul lltc-iice Untnlifh lhosnl-1
town uf Koit Hteolo nmUhe'l'mtiycrcoliais
trict io Htmio point on Wni-u ei-eel; wilh potvor
to opomto the mm Wuilwny ciihi'-r bjr moans of
htoiun or eleclrie power, nlso wllh powor to
coiisi'-iiet nml opornio n leh-iuph or telephone
line lu eotiiiertion wilh ftucit Ruilwuy nml wllh
nil other usiinl powers, rl^hls und privileges.
Hjili'l ut Pott Sleele this fttl •!«»«! *&>*•  ,
.ItiltS CAMl'ltKU«
Solleiloi'foriippilLunts.     -lit
•1 •m,l'sl|.iinlf.|-IiirluiliihiiorUinllk'
Muiili lu-isi • oi'Jiiir ol. W.S. Cjfilllnr'KtiruHyuiiUon
iliiin ■ I'liniiiti:; ■ineliniir. wesi.'Ui' iii'illnJ'eiintiiH
ntn'tli, ihonee luehuitis tiisl, Uuinv Hi vhuin.i
■soulli in linlnl ,.ii iiiinnii,"iiuii:.
Mnri-iiron', Kurrlniiii,
I'liho.iiiiiViHh, ht';. r.l
Nu'l'H K.
I h»'irl'>■/li'i-notiei'liiiu Ihil'l.v iljiys lifln'
iliil-j I liih-ml ItiuptllyUi'tlnHJIitcfUommihHloii-
n"ii [.nil.,-, inul Win-in, fur u special liei-nsi' lo
uitulinlior on Hu- fnllinvliiK tit i.erlln il piece of
laiuliii Uusl Koni 'im;, illHirivt. lli^iunlnV ut
ii mum plniaeil l.vonty t'linUis niii fruin the
norlh wisl fj't-ntriit Wnli W.'tii-'.-m-.'-ciiipi'iim.
Uf i:i-c ui'.i nn'',nil", tl'i'eci- nortli om- uml it
liulf ptliei. i hem'' rtn.i um mill), tin nee soutli
uite uml n hall miles im phlee «l In'iiltiriftiif.
V, A, iloiien.
Hatcil.hinclMli. IKif, Al
NOTICK.     -
Take nolice. that sixty iluys nfti'V thpol
shall apply lo the Chief ('ninmlssUiuer of Urnis
and Worlo, lor Hu- piiiclmsu of the folluviim,
liourlhed luiul. Hr;jliin!u« at a punt p Inn lul su
s'lmliis ihm tli ot Un' north elisl untnerof lot K\
Kl'Oltp I. Uionei- west BtiohttlllH mil pOfitOlD.eilsli'
Ptn hutimiiiry of lot •W.uroup I. Ihonee nortli
lo tin- north CitM eorner of snld lol is I; ['roup I.
iheiiecfollowiMi.'th" luinlis uf Ilic Sl. .Mary's
Rt-J-tir i.j the uortti wi ;>t corner of lot Hull, jiroup
i. t'lie'iuk'south to tlie souih w'em eol'iier ftfwiltl
lol IptJi, group I. tlouieeeuKt to the south cast
eoni'er nf snid lot iVui. i.-rnup I. Uicnce south lo
the Koiuh woM L-oruef.ef lol 13i'. prt*ot_|i 1. Uuaieo
easi id Uie south cum eorner of said lol •r.'H,
liroiip I, thenee south ll elmins unil M llnhs io
':n' jiniiit of iJ^lnnini-'. .   .
.lol'.nfi'iu-liMuiHi.
' UuuiUliIh 2if.t ilii> of.luiio. lini, M
NOTICE.
Wc licrelty urtvi" nottee Una slxly days, nfter
■ \ix\" wo lutoiijlto apply lo the t-liitf Couuit.in-
■iom-ror Uinisiiml Wot'its fur pennti-Mmi to
pi:n Ims' Kuicvr* ol luiul more or ii-ss slUniied
ICa.-t Kootvtuiydislrk
i. ll. ('.
Hu-'i'inliii: al
lost MUilh wl*mI i-iuiii'i
of WM
Witiio's pitr-
iso cluiin on St, Mary
s rl ver
•J ehuins wist
month o! Miu-kcieel!
runulnt
thenee north
t'lnliiiS, Wesl lifpli'iilnt
south H
ichaliM toSU
llieiivt;   nortli  Dipt}'  i'liiiins,  tlltinco aiOiicre
NOTICE.
I lifi'iil'v clvt' iiotlct! Unit 1 litivv upiilivil fur II
siivviiilltvvitsvliiL'illtiiilltiii' ,»ll llm luil'iivliii'
ilvstirltivil luiul In lliv Port lilvcliiiltsii'lviui
Kusi Kiiiitvituy. vim I'ciuiiviii'inii ul tlm ui'iil'
ivvsi viii'iivr ol 0 i'. ll- Won, Ni nd. tl""11-'1'
iiul'tl'. lo llomiviiiis ,1,,1'tli ,'itsl viiiiii'V. lllvlii'V
wvst su I'lmin.s. li'.vii-'t' norlh tm pIiuIdb. tlimt'ii
uusl mi i-litiliis, lltont'O soutli 'tu vlmlns. ttiiinv,'
oust nu vliuins, tiioueo soiiii,,;''i'liiiins more or
,ss to iiortborlj limit ul .»ulit iili»''.. am: nlioiil
west dirty villains, thonco noiith olglitj
chains, more or losn, lo Imtilf of St.
Mury's Hiver, tlienee following bunk of
St. Mury's River to plueo of beginning.
Wait W.iuis,
Dutoil SliiV 'Jt. ISIIT. ■!»
A. W. MWriTlH.
Duicl iliis fitli Uny ot Juno, IBiir,
III
NOTICE.
NOTiea.
Slxlv Hill's nltor 'lul" I li"vi„t to lipilly to
ilicCliiolCommission,,'ol Units nml Worlis
for iii'Vliiissluii to imi'i'lnisv tlio followllli; ile-
norloed lunils iiltuittetl in KiislKomviiny tiis-
it'lot. 'ii.'siiiiiliik-iuiii'i nortl, »ost corner ot
i.ui -M. iin.,,!-,, cist iiioiii; tl„' n.'i'tti liouiiiltiry
of sniil lol Ions elmins. tiii'nvo uortli 71.1s
thot'oby jflvo notieo tlmt sixty ilnys I vimtiu. ihcnt'o wcsi unu cluiltiii to Uio.soutli
ufler tliile' I intend to njijil.v ti, the t 'hief! «'"l rornor of lot St. tltonoo voiiiiinilMwost
,   . ,T     i.i  ,.-„u. ,■ .   1,1'HIR Um' twillnr? "I lol IB, RI..II Vilnius lu
('oniwissitiner of Luiitls i„„l \\ 01'hs for | ^ J^ ^ mmr 0, ,0, a _„wm s. al,m,.
permission to iiiii'iiliuse, thirty uel'os ot j t|i,. 0,|fit i,uuii.]iii-ins .,f lot -.'s mui 'Mto i,lu,'ii uf
luiul slttiUte on St. Mury's RiVcr in commoucomoitunrt ouutnlnlnii *d iiti'cs ino«
Must Kootenuy Distriot, beginning ul or loss,
Mitiy's river, i-iist .iluiu: St. Slury's river lu
nlili'l'i.i'lii'Vi llllllll'.
V. M. t'„ NuSIIUII,
I', m.i'.. ;i"siiiiis.
.Ii.si'im 't'riilniii;,'.
II, li, Mv'l'ulllilil
liiiivri.iiiiniiiiii.iMi:. a
NOTICE.
1 liereliy civ ulvvllnil llilriy iluys nllvr
,1 Hi'. I illtvill! li. llin'lv lu lliv I'i lls'.lt'uii'r uf
I.iliiilsuliil Worlis tor u spi'clill lli'insi: lu ml.
lliul.,,, 1111 lliv following tli'si'i'llu'ii iiiiire nf I11111I
-lui;ni, i,li Murlt t'l'L't'li in Kust Iv'uiitvuiiy itislrlvl
It. I'. Iluviiiiiliiviit it posl on lim Iniil, in, tltc
,'iist sliiv ui Iiiiiii I'l'i'vli iilmui i! 1 miles from
Uiu mouth "I '-niii ereelt. Iliuilillic Itii'iivo nortli
forty eliillils. tliettvo ivvsi. clcllty elmins, Itit'livu
sutilli un,, li'.iniirvil utlil Iwonly elmins. llieiictl
■■iisi elitlity vhuins. Uionei' north olcllty ohuins
,0iitiiveofiujiiiitilni.'. l.'niiiiiln!iicIKK,ueres.
Wait W.mik.
Dnloil Juno lath. IS!':', nil
NOTICE.
Knl'v- 1. In;■■ I'v.lvi't! Hull. 1 nm tt)l],l,vluc
'ii lln, villi I t'liiiunis,inner uf Lunils inul Works
f.ii-ii ;.;,,■, i, ii lletiiise in tin timuer ou tlio follow-
!;i!.-,li's,.'i'il, -,l iinni, t'liiiiinviu'iiiruulii'i'ustoi'l.v
Hluil off. t'. R. block 111;', where Ihi, llllllttl host
Ims llcoil |>'.:iitl,.|l. iilnuit u mile fi'iilu Hit, soutli
iiiiiii or.siii'llil'ii'iv iluiive soutli sixty vhuillsv
iliviu'e eust niii- lililulreil nml slxly eiiuins,
j iiiuiiei: north sixty eliiiins. tiicneo wosl ouo
iili-i il nnil sixty elmins tu ptiicu of heyluntnc,
!•;. f, t'.Mittr.u.
(.'iiliilJullv llllll. HOT. lit)
tlio SU, eorner of .1. W, Mel,. Meiieli-
en's in'e-omptiiin, theneo sinith (iVj.iidi
NOTICE. twl'iily-live elmins,  moro or loss, to
Nntie,; is liereliy given  thut sixty bunk of St.' Mury's Hlvor  theneo fof
tluys ufler ilule I intend til upply to the
Honoriiiil,!  I'lir.it    GttinhiiBstonoi'   tif
■ui'ivr ('"sl. 11 viiv I'liiiiiing SO ,'liuins  \,.M,-\r, m]  Wnrlis for pei'inlssion to
llii'ir |ii'i,|)i'i'l.y. Tin' lliii'tltliiiiii
('i,iu|i;i!iv'-' inilinii Perry fcreek
hit:; ,.oiiiii;,'i,v,'il ,,|l('i'iU'n)ii< It
is i','i't,i'('.'it Hint tliu north Blur
will liiko out a htrfea ftmolmtof
,,i',' during the r__ltig Wiltt* r.
Tho   Piospoctor's   rivrniit   0,1
H'i'.i v. i- fl'o.'k   lit;-  Iissumi'il  flu :
[jroporlloUs ol tt lavgte and rich
mini'. New BtlHkoS ui'e being
limilo every Any. tn-.<l i'i Is'safu
In   s;i;    Illlli   Wlti'll  th"  i'liilw"..''
roaches ihi.- tiisivici n largti
iiiini'.iiii of tonnage will to' 'n
I'diidlness luf .shipment,
The lo
ni uny I'liilvl' Dili 1
-,1. A deposit ,,f llv
plonufdl-dpsiding.ci
- 'ii'i-i   n- mpuny
mth. thenee BO chnlns woSt, thonco HO
ho bull chainsnurthi.tltenue80;chnlns oust In
plimo „t ,'iii,iii;"iii'i'ii,i,nt.,    Coilipi'islng
11 imul of (140 nam
Xivliolus I'liccnlil,
Dated ihis Will April, 1811*.       -II
NOTICE.
..in-. I' hereby itivoii Hint sixty ililys nftor
. I .mill :iiiiilvl„1li,-' lilili'f ,;on'Hll"sliiller
11,1!- iiiiii W'vvlc lm' iii'i'inlsslun lii'vul nml
„. ,■ tluiliev fivm ,11! 11 lili'c of iimi1,. sltiuile
...,, .1. il in :i line, viiunui'iii'lne ,11 n I'osl
..;■,.'■'   i.lvul Ulli lil'i'l'. Si  I1"'1
,, •  con, ■" ui Arch, l.eltch's elnlm. I
ptil'i-hui'ti tine htinilred iiiid sljtty ucres
of unsiirveyi'il und uiniceupletl Ituuls
dlliuvti'ti tin Triti'.y t'l'etih, I'lttst h'noto-
nnv, l;\irl Slel'li, Millllisr .Hlvisllln, ntl-
jolnlng Cluirgt! H. Scott's p)'o-oinptioii,
eonuiioncilig ui Nl'i. etirnV'r llf Cjoui'ge
11. (sttili's pc'-i'iiipthni nnd I'tulllUig
imrili In elmins, west 1(1 cliuln's., lutli
•in i'liiiins. llioneo oust 40 ohiilllS in place
iif i'Oinnit.'iii''''isi'iil.
.•Vl.lii'illT.Ml'T/.'.
liiili'il Mu., 1,5th, iStlTj -I'
lowing til) bunk of St. Mury's Wtvoi'to
ti post on mnilhei'ii b'tliiiiiliit'y of A. W.
.Mot, MiKiollBn's pi'i.'-eniptitin,
il. I.ANI!,
WillW May 81,1807. 48
iJoTicig.
Nnliee tk Irtll'dlij' given lliul IW iht^s
ufler ilulu I inlo.nit In iiiuko upiilleatllin
10 lliv, litintiraWe. tlio Chilli Ctnuniis-
sloiiiirof Ijiuuls,,,!,! Works foraspeclul
livt'iiso to out uml enrivy uwiij' llinber
fnnii   tlie  following flcscrlbild luiitls,
l-'veliit'li J. UiOvtCU.
iiuiiii this '.'tli,lu ue. I "IT.
NOTICE.
I llcl'oll.i'y.ive notice Unit slxly tin;,', niter
.luiul liiteinUiiii|ili!y(u,iiv''!'ivit'otniiilss!un
ur ul Uiiulii inul Wurks lor imimisslun to inli'-
eliusc I'lt'Vni itelT'i iiiini'ur less of llilni'iiiiilcl ,,,.,.
„,„l titisiiivvveil Orotvu lunils none M Wool,. ,'„i|,os.'|,,anU',l„v..rIhesuoth Oimk ,,f MMmy
NOTICE.
Nortec, l-i hereby j.-iui. thai sixty tlays nfter
ilnte. 1 Inienil lu ii;mly lotiioC'hlulConnnlssloii.
vr „i l.,.„,lx unit Works for iiorliilsulini lu uur-
I'linsi, Hie f,,ll,m'inc',lescr!l,eil tirett "f lumi, sltunleil   tl,   I'illSl   KODlVllll.'.'lllstlil'l.lll'SCl'lllWtllS
full,nvs. "tlivini'.lii;! ut Uu, nunu citsiCorner ol
Annus Miii'Lcuils |iro-i'iiuilliill. Ihonee elisl
forty vlniiiiii. tlienre south fofty ehuins. liivnee
ivcsi'fnriy eliiiins tiii'iiie north forty chiilns tu
the |,liic'.'uf I'l'itiiiulnif. l.'uiunluini,' une linn*
ilretl ulnl sixty iiertis mine or less.
.v.ulvoln Slue, limes.
I'liivii jinn'niii, itmr. mi
NOTICE,
I in 1, l,y elvv holleo thin sixty iluys uflcr
Imi.. t iiit„uil'..iu,',|,lytiithu(.'lili rt.'oiiiiiiissiuti-
',• ur Lunds nml IVorlw; for lJurnitsslon to iiur*
I'lins,, S'.'il nvres nr Imul slniule un Sl. Mtiry';.
I'ivi'ilti i;ii-i Kootonny tllstrlei U.C. iloKlniitnc
In Kinil liuuteiiiiy illslilvl,    lliirinnllilt in lliu
;..",
it eorner ut 11.
■CllllSV. IIUIIII'  si.'llll
lulitv I'hultis. theneo
thoneo tol,
lipusiio Mi
north wimi coruur of Um! Group 1,   'I'liotice i'""""' "W'lln"
eusllosotittiwust'eornor 0II.0I inn, iln'iict ""'"'' '" ""•'"!   ,
, , Sllelilllllli tn mull. ,v„„l.vi.,',.,'i' ol lot 1*1. i f"'1'1 ["''v '",''| '»"' "' ■>
,-,   „ 1 in,',,,,,, wus,. to intnii nt Kooloiiiiy ■l«»f '''"'■•'.' ""' :'"""' '" l'l'"''"'"''r '"«
llv,.,. lh.it.vt, fullnvvliiS l,n„li of'Konlvnuy river j ''''^"l!'!'!;',"';"^"; ™7"
to nhuioof boiilnnti, .1 ' '"
IC, s.t't.Aim. 1 I'. 1   ln'i'.s.
Dllleit thissth .Itiuc. IM'f. 'I'   I      I'lUviUhiieliil'i WK Ml
1 liviiv
I, LRiTcn.
.. lSth ihiyol.liil.,, I'd"
,\
PERRY  CftEEE.
SOTll
S mining event of odnsldorablo duys nftor dat, 1 Into
'inliiii'lnnco Iii tho (''oi'l Steelo Chief Commiwiiodor
dlHtrirl   Inuil-   I'liu'"   'Hi   PerrJ   Works for perniUloi
,,■,'„!<  \m v,;,;|f.     Tl,,. small,J^^J^
si(ini|i mill ilim. litis lu'i'ii in ,|„. hi.hi,,..,., ,.,.,!„ i-
ftiiii'si'   (il   t-olisli'il'Iinil   during and running HO tihati
iin' [IjlSt lhl'00  wi'i'lfi  'vns  com   ,'lialni
|ili'|,'Vi.   Ii is oquljipud iii ii lii'i'i   ! '''
fllMI   ii;;iiiii''i',   will h(! Vili by
wnii'i' 1 ,<>w 1 • r 11O1I oro will bo nl, , ,
iniiii'd from 11 nt\mW pf m-opor .   nbifd Jtnl) \t imi,
lit';, Ull lln ci'i'i'li, ll Is' Ino III
liilltloi! iif lln' r(iiii|i:iii;. li lull)'
ii'i.i i|if inilu". uf I'ni'i'y t'lVi'k.!
:'|-.   In   llll.'il'   Illllll'   Us   I'l'l'l'   gdldj
Jt'liiU'Tlit',.
NOTICE,
;. horoby i/lviu,iimi sixty ttli^iilteV
iit-nt) lu uti'nly i" the 't.hlcf fioViviinV
il I.iiuls uml Worlis fur noruisslo'tt
I I'i'iiiiivi' llmlii'i' from HIT IKHIlll'I'i'S of
,;i,,|,',| nv 11 lln,* sliir'ttnc from u fkisi
III) I.|,.,l slill- i.t Rllt Itlviuv lllClll't! sunlit
Mil Unu Kl'liU"W,tis'i'''i'iif(M'. II.
1-111,pn |fl.im,   ilnj|; ,;| v.,,.,,,,!  „|,|, .lulm IJO'elliilns,
f   Luml.,  nn.!   ,!„„ ,n, s'ii'iiiiiiisilii'iu"''-i.l,l'.',iiilinlnsi;i;
piirchiuip Wl jllh River
'I' Iin- fr,.,' , ' A'lU'll. l.'i:i i'l'li.
,.   ',       inn.,, iliis null iluy of Jn 1 (Wi. il
■•.. 11'  |.i,%l .,! 1
1, (i,.,.
sixty i"!
NOTICE.'
iiil'tli Hill ehuins. I slx,(. ,|llvs i,,,,,,. ,,„„. 1 |,,_m..| i„Dpp|y mlliu',
,,,,,lli l« clialKm I ctttef Oolinr.tsitloiuii'of l.niuls nnil IVerlls for
ii.Titii.-ini, lu iiurt'lmse olio liunilriiil tlot'os
mure ur less „f uii,ici'Vi|,luH;ruwii Limits si,,,*
iilcl un Moyle lnlto ctmunvnclnc ill Un Inl'lnl
liusl ut llie SW ei.rni'r ul Ciiritfitl's lU'ii-eAli,-
tloil, lluillce fnlloWlnc the Lnlto sltoYu l,t it
.'o'lthi'iiv uliii'tioti •i.'i ehuins tn Hiv eornor
nosli llu-ni'v 11I11111.Mhe sin,ro in 1111 t;nMcV|,'ili-
vet'tliut 1:, chiilns ,11 tliu SI1!, post: Ihonee In 11
:(K, ilKei'ilnu ;i,'iclrdlns to lho NRnost, nlittioil
ut the SW. eorner ol MeVttttu's tfurclniso:
lliuneu itloilK L'lti'irfel's S. lunuulliry lilehullis to
linlnl uf .iliirlliic.
■M. A. Hetl*o.
•July If. nfilT, •   II
■     NOTICE. NOTICE,
I   Villi:ll'!,.li'll.vt!oll„h"l'h",'el'V|:i"i'll-|l'',''       I lienlv, ;:l'.'i'nniii'i'iiuu thirty ilnys nfni'
I'lut 1 Itivuiul ,11 initktl upl'llen'lnl: ,0 imicliitse   !. I-'. I iiilvnil lo ii|i|'l.\ in llict'lilvt I'linunlssluil-
sltunM iilnuit. two mill's eusl tif l',i,'k'.:,lsl;.,|.,y1<,1,i,.|.'iiii„,iniviii!iliuip.iiT'!ii'i'iii'!,', "f l.nuilsiu.ii »,iiiisii,.'11 s|i"i';,i, iivinisv 1,1
lil'MtVe till Kill IllVec, Kllsl KOTti'tlliy sllliilloti lis follows:  Siui'llim !,i„n lhe suiilh ki„'.li rcw Ihofollunlns ilescrllu'il pi,
"j llislrti't. foniiiioii'.'iiigatitsliikiiplunriitliwvs' <•'«''"•'' "' lnl •'' Ki'st i<u,.,.'iuiy.ihe 	
'n'uiuhiKwrslliulfiiinllU't-l-'inennrllii'lielnlli'  uli'11 in 11 I'u-.t iiliuileil nu llu, Xuilh Sl.
r!i 1.  lie:
si. Mary's
.•uii'iil.
. 11,.-iii',  lil
v!ui"', lake, ilii-.iii
kv I,, 11,,' I'lllf''
NOTICI*).
NOTICI'},
OUOtiCHICC.
'I'H'M ininM'i;, ion
I livi'i'liy give niil'li',' tliat, sixty iluys
aftor diili' I li'itt'iid In upply 10. the
ChlilT C'oininlssiiflioi' of   l.iiinls   find
i Wol'lts, fur llelinlsslinl to |illl'ljlllliie on,,
s.ui.-i- I, lu'.iiiV 11H1 Unit IvuInleiul tin hundi-eil  nml slxly iniri'S Ulil'0H0i'Vn(1
upiilyt* 1 in, 1 , iiniiiil'.sln nf I ,lslllltl  (!|.ow..   |,,ii|,li(,  Hl,,itf||.',i|  nil   llie norlli
SthaXn'ihn'w'ffiS^ ""I'1*
mi,,niii'- Iniin v woreiulM inin'. Iii'i'lii'ilur ill nlng n( 11 |iiis( lllfli'ltHBOnlil! oils! t'oriii'i'
tt |,iisi 1111 tlie 'iimi' m lh' liilie 111 llie inns, I inn foot fl-nill Ulver llllll llliiillt.10 miles
,1111,,'ily IlinU "I tli" Alli'in-l, Mlli'Till I'lnft,,. I [,:„„, |',',|., Hlisoll1, then"''' hl.'l'tlt 'III
chains, *lln)ii„ III chains w„si. fhotliJU
'III ,'luilns Slllllll. llieiVt't; ll'f'V.'l;'' 111" I'lVfi'
ii, plui'ii of beginning,
W  (', Mi'lilNNtlN.
'Iliili-'il ihls July iiril.'llW.       'VI
1 |0 chnlns illonil the slm
ml lu ''inliii- limit'
,.t llJohnllinli, ('Ini',
vill III 1
Minn l,*i, S. Ilvllli;
Kiiiill; llniiuiunn
.1
''nil
on nesl.end „f limit wlit'iv. tlie nunin- ^-^ |„„r „ ',„uo. 11,0,,,.,. M,„il,t„the'.,,,,„• Mcrnu,,,",. ihen.T can   eli'hty el,,,!,,..
tain 'Joins the 101k tllver und WXtoiHllllg I polnl dt cbimiicnocinraiit niulilim :i*Kinor ;■ iiiunce soulli 1*'' lilimlrcil mul iivumy chnlns.
eiislerly tili'tlut -ll" eiitilns In 11 point
where, the mountain und Wit liiver
again .itllin lieing buitndod <,,n Hits north
Iiy lln, mountain und on south by Klk
.lUvor, conMnlm? ul-ont "00 acl'cs,
W. I'l. Bltl-IB.
l)ti»yd MiiJ 2S«a, iBil" 48
NOTICE.
NolICo in horoby clvon Unit sixty Suys lifter
ilule I tnleml It, uiu-ly t„ the lihluf 'CniunHsslon-
or ot i.iiiuls unit Worlis tor mji'inlsuloii to i„ir-
viiiisi' iho ;',,i;,,v.'i'!i], iini'iiiu'i of luml i'niiiii%iii.-
11 itcrii*: HuKliinlnc ul 'it |tost|ilulileil ttltllu
Himlh wustorly ciii'iiui'of Mr. Clnllliilllli's imul
liulllK Lot ul, O i'i,„|, one. Mils, Ktinlcin'. lltenen
Southerly 11 elmins to WIM Borno. llioneo uMl-
oi'lyulnna Willi Horse 1-1'celt III chnlns, llioneo
linrlhiirly to'Mr. Iliilliiultli'vllili'l, lllertee Wusl-
oi'ly iilons suutlii'i'ly lltiilli-fOullii'idtirstiiii-l
l„ I'liu',, of iH'tilniillu.''
II. iv. Unriies.
|,'„vi »'l'n,'l,'. July "niti IHW. 1
V. ItviiiiliAiirtt.
buVcditiis ah -finit,, iw.
west eli'hIS ehuins. ihonvu north i
iiil„<lvi.,l nml twenty i'liiiins In |il,icu ut lu-ivln-
',iU:-.
r. tli num.
Ull'eil .llllll' ItSh, |S'.li. .'SI
NOTICE
! hoi'eby give hotii-o tlllll I hiivo iijs , MnTirf
plWd t,l tlu, .Chief Coniinlssionoi' or        ,    ,    ,   ,   ,J™     ,
L     ,        , ,,,    ...        ,.    ,      ,        ,l      I hernliy l.-lvu lluliBO Hun slxly iluys iiftel
Lunds tnul Works for n iicvM'.so lo ent  .|uci, , ln|c,|u| n,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, „, ,„„.,,,,„,,
titulie,' nn flic following tlOwVi'lted plooc „n i,,„i lmi-eui nt html 111 Pointer's Bur Crct it
ot land, slliiute on nortli sidi; of St. 'ortusllift.nosorllioiliisfollows: i.'uniiueni'lnitnt
Maw's Hiver. in -Kant Knotcnuy l)ls-!'""I"" 'Sinonrtlie iViili cr,,ssi,,„ ut ,„|,|
. ,'   ,     ,    , ...     .,., ,   ..; I'nlmers llur cii'i it mul miil'iteil "nunlh-i'usl
trie!, beginning lit flu- Nl',. corner "I £„,__..„,,,„„„„„.,„„tt|„j.,.„„,,„, „„,„.„ „.,M
Albt'il,   Hunks'    prc-L'tniAloii, lihOheo 1 ,.t«lit.v eiinlns. tllehco south elulny   ehuins
West one mul iinc-liiilf miles, thenee : tiuiice oust vicliiv I'lmiim tu tliu suitl inltlul
north 'line, mile, tlienee oust one mill j |i"st,iiiul.'uiiil>ilslui,|ii»mTOuni,,',,or less.
•one-half miles, tht'nec "'lulh ,me milo j   uutuii June i.iiii. isur.' mi
In pluee of liegllinlnc
Dnted May 28, 1»07.
NOTICb".
rlOTICE'.
Nniii'v'i« hereliy cKi'iii'luitsi'i.i.y'iiiiysuti
ilule I sliull apply Ul lliiv('''li'' t'nlnm'IV'll.iliui' uf Tni'tliil' nf MoVOlloJ Inuil, Iheli |li viisl lUiluil
l.iiiuts tnul Woi'lisroi' ,,i'i',iiis..l,in in 'piii'chnsii
un Isliiiul In l„iv,i'i' Muylo Ulltn Rii''' funi'vii'
hy. coiitiiluliiu ulurii nu',, thlni of tnttflrr,!,
('leu. I'lttersoii.
Ti,ii,.irili\v'iii,iiiiv"f'.iiii' '"*■ '"
ft, l.ANI'i.    j NOTICE,
'-*•    !     Nniiiiii is lirrnliy siver, thul 1 the uiiilur*
.''   .i; ii, il Inienil. slxiy flij.vsilfliil' iliiin, 10 tipply
!l..lll|,,T,iul'l'-lliimi«slolu,|'nl I, Is ,t: Worlll'l.
\ Vevi.'li^ 'iilvn rtoiice, thnl slxiy iluy 'ultri' vii'l.iilu't'ii'Vci'tnissio'iilo iiiii'i'lntie i'.,,n nui'iiii
ilulu. I liilunil In il|l|i!.V to Hit' Chlel I'litninis- ',,r Imn'l un Wniiti ni'i-i:, eo|nnion(!ll|-| ul tho
'slulin'i' ol Minn- u'",l Wiutis lor lii'ruiVi.lnil to | huuiIi „iisI vnrncr of lot llll 11. I. il no miming
'puri'liusc sixty nvl'i's oi luml I'ltllnlilil nr HU'   Olllll  In llm "nm'tlHilisli'iiI'lli'l'lillut S. S..II. I.
Moyen lair.ii iii Hi,' (iWloi til Hiv" ivsiii-fviv, ■ in, nee ilocl'iidm nnttli to thu norlh Wnl ',,el
i'lnnmoliellisntl, I'mst plnlileil litttr'snnlli wvs'. ^nf I'l. Siinillii  pfesemplloll."lliul '.',i.;,'.'i'!iiili,v
Wu-ii lnlto. ilii'iiiiifollowliiii Hu.inii,, si e
Ihulht'l south In chuliev 'in I'limiiliiill • finrtli, mu in,lin
hniiiiiliiry, lliuiieu in eliiiins Iv,.!,.. tliui-lu l>|Y.'ttl<ii,'s,)i
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pn  his   \yav  v-'Hh a.! outfit to
star) work.   Actual work on tlio]
road is progressing y/onderfully,;
and  for  miles along  iii-  Iin.'
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and horse-: to ho seen ;ijl oji tin'
jnn',,.', shoveling, digging, level-;
ing. inul in fact everything l.oolcs.
favorable lor asppedy eourple-j
tion of the road,   Not only will
it open up ono of the besl mar-
being Diiforfietj a.jd Uncle Sam is
gelling .v":iii; of iii- tjyvn tpedi-
chio buck that in' lm.- so tlior-
,ii'.;;.'iil;.' dosed i'i,' Ganaclians
with,   li  is   believed   thv  con-
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I'onli'ni'tiir-  io a   ;;iiv it   ejti nt.
fool ing ;i'ii| proyeiitingouo party
from gelling all llie prolili- white
on ihopfher hai.d fin other party
is doing  all   ilio   worl).     (.';.!■
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Uncle Sam Is Prepared for Any
Move of Japan,
Sun Francisco, July -7.—Tho
Bulletin .-ays thai il lias pooplvixl
reliable Infoi'inatini) io the oil' el
llial lire navy dopnriiilonl has
ilolormiiii'il nol to Imoaiiglil napping in llie <",'i;ni of trouble witli
the Japanese ovor llio annex-
ation of Iho Hawaiian island. All
orders of the dopartiiheiil whicli
wonlil have resulted in moving
ships of lho I'iic'iliv ami Asiatic
squadrons from headquarters lo
distant points hnvo boon temporarily suspended. While the
authorities at Washington deny
that there is any effort to keep
all available, vessels at ports
yvliere orders can reach ihcm at
slim'! notice, naval ofllcors ndmit
Ilia! such a ."!;; im; is being carried oui, and Ihal oi'doi.s havo
been issued lo llio Asiatic squadron i'ci|iiii'ing lln1 lli'i'l lo make
no move, and lo hold lliom lelvos
In I'eiidinosH lo return lo tlio
coasi or procoed lo Hawaii on
short notice. Tho roporl thai
ihoooasi defoiifso monitors Mo
imdnock and Monterey will be
s vi! lo Honolulu is ilonioil, ami
Ihi' slalomoiif is made ihal they
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W. M. TITUS, Prop'r.
;:,,;, EUUOPKAN PLAN,
•; .■ .NO BAR,-
■■ CATERS FOR BEST TRADE,
■    ,• .'.    ALL CUTSID3 ROOMS.
Finest views of Rocky and Selkirk- Mountains and Kootonny
md St, Mary's Rivers     located on high blutf overlooking
junction of tlio two rivers     PostofRco and Custom House
just aoross iho street    Location mosl central foi' Business;
will ho hold on  llio coast.    In- I'l'li is Hotel will upon in a. few weeks     Annex now-ready
ipiirios havo  hoon  received al | for Lodgers	
.\iiiro is!,,,,,! i,oi.iii|.iai'toi's as to fo|, mm SicrGSi or Rooms in the Hotel. Apply Immediately at
;lK'0olKllt,ot,o\th0Cn,i™'J.uli--^»85 The Annex.
liuiorc, now undergoing repairs *w
ilioi'o. with a viowof putting hor _ 	
in commission in case of uinor-'
gi'iicy. although under ordinary |
coiiililioiis she would nn! be]
ready for service until Septinn-'
ber nexl, or even later.
DUY     | OTS
Will Bombar.1 Canea. i) b
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Can,',i,  Islund of Crete, .Inly      ■ ■ {wir   r-yrv
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AKE   yONEY
The National Matte Smelter
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17.   In consequence of tbo in
creasing turbulence of lho Mu^-
sulmansand thealniOHt incessual AND
onibroftlts and disorders, the nd-      {/" !MBER1_Y.
inii'als oi' lho intorntttloilftl lleftts      |\
hnvo , Issue I a proclaniatlon ad
monishlng the Mussulman* and D A, MoINTOSH,
nnnouncing that if a single En- Sale Agent,    "uatliug, and concentrating thai
ropean  soldier is harmed they        . . . . Fort Steel, . . . .      |'«^*nto-day,
will bombard tho town.
if
Now inrlcr inaiiagement of	
C .   P ,   SB A.R S ,
Is ready for the iiccommotlution of llio
TKAVKL1NU PUBLIC.   .   .   ,
Large
Fres'li
Stock at
A practical, cheap and siniplo
method of matting sulphido ore,
such as nickel, copper, gold, and
silver ores, in localities where
load oros and fuel aro scare" and
almosl iiiiaiiiiiiialil,'. our pyritie,
water Jacketed Matte Smelter
has been recognized with highly
satisfactory results, and lias
""ii thoroughly tosted on vari- . . , .... , •    ,      , ■•
and arson- m til _ WOt'id. . . It IS the only town 111 hast hoot
enay that has an unlimited supply of water for
milling and motor purposes. . . Now is the time
to secure valuable lots. . . For terms and condi-
THK MUST ELIGIBLE MINING TOWNSITE IN
MAST KOOTENAY LS	
Perry1 On IPbrry Creek.
In the center of the richest mining properties
ute oros, in eapaeity ol :: in so
tons per day. It is the simplest
method of gold and silver oro
FREIGHT
LINE.
Tho Prospector is in receipt ,
o.' a map of a portion of  East
Kootenay  giving the position,
i-i/.o, name and distances of all
fio claims of the district  be-
i voce Stephen and; l3oaver on 	
t i"   ''•   ''•   ''■   ipatri   lino ami   ll :.,,.,7-f i7'v7i,i.7,i7"..:!i,,:i' ^uli' 7,.vi-
largo tract of counlry nortli and f A>...,,, u„. roUowing i'at06i
siiiih.    Ii docs great credit  10 Over 5011m. Iwilijir lil JOUIIm. mtc]
Mr. I.ang, tin: googl'!i|ilioi-. Uuiwwn Htecilo and Uwnhro	
A liar of lei d cooled ton point U«l»'0' " sl'"'1" :l" ■' si:,iil
aboul   1100 degress   l.'alu-onheil iooiiniiiiiii'7.'"!!
below zero, nccording lo the ex Hiitweiin m«ui,) mid Moj
porimmits of M. IMiilot.  gives *,'o<'',',V'7,','.?..:
nut, when ;,li'ii,'li. a puro ninsi.'iil    s |H) ,.,.,. ,IU ;,,,.„,
lone.   Sulitiila-I mercury al lhe iirnmnwl hj ii|ii.l}'lii|i '
s'lino temperattiro Is also i-oso "      V ,     ,    '"'
n ml, while ,.i col of  niagimsluni  ;v i Mny e fjik.j   nd  •
li reijuiros no oxlraordlnary
skill, no load oros, no fluxing
material, and uofuol for tho smelter after il is started. The sulphor In ihe ore is iis natural
fuel only, and ils cost has no
comparison with any other process of concentrating,
We are prepared to furnish any
size or capacity  plant complete'
_,.,.,..,    to substantial milling peoplo, sol,
il up and furnish our mon lo run
• jj il for ih.in'on easy pnynionlB,
 ii)I I'i ices and specifications, with
' references and leslimoiiialb  on
"" , "' application.
■; \'i in'. \i. oiin ts nsiii'iiTiox co.
i' j)   Mllliilliilil ' "I l'iiilllii'i'~liil'Mi'lli'l,l'ii|l|ii,i'
linlii SllniriiiiiI l.rii'liin"..
,;.:■.,.   |,r| KNIIINIIIIIIH AMI i I'lVIHW'InllH Cull
,',,'.], *'  " ;     1.1,"' I I'M KNT   ill''    I'lll'I.MKJAI.,
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tions apply to .   .
THOMAS McNAUGHT,
Vand^car $j& Co.
3   GENERAL COMMISSION  £
KLiit'li, VV.K'X riAV. CljAIN AND OATS;
rtl'l'.i lAi, A'Tl'lvNTInX tllVICX TO t'KKSII IHitiS. llt'TI'IMI, ICTC.
Hiverside Avenue,   -    »    -    Fort Steele, B. C.
I   First Class   1
oagiiig
D. A. MelNTOSH,
Real Estate Agent, Fort Steele," g
or   - e^
Mining lii'okcr uud "Piitanciul Agent, l''ort Steele,
.___j__UB_9l
The New Store
Por lliii'dwiire uud (leuoral Mi'i'chiiuillsc.    All now goods.
Specially stilled to local trade.   I .urge and coinploto stock,
YOURS POR HUiSIN'KSS,
(lllwPIN & UND8AY
.   .   .   foil riiujjlo   .   ,   •
OPPOSITE TUE STEELE T-IOUE 3
— _
PRIGES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. |
Mrs.   S^evett    Prop. '3
^iHiiiiiiiiiaiiiaiiiiiaaiiiiwiiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^
lyioyle Placer
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First Block of 10,000 Shares now offered
to the Public at 12 1-2 cents per share.
Applications may be sent to the Secretary, v.. I-'. Venosta.
Ten per cent in cash must accompany application.
_ OPTIMISTIC AND PESSIMISTIC.!    Kipling's Tribute to Canada.    ;QUEEN THANKS HER PEOPLE
Contrary Views of Two  Prominent Mining Authorities.
Now Viiii, July 19.- The
World says: Daniel I Inggon-
hoini, of lho linn of Guggenheim
& Sons, who has large smelling
interests, whon, scon at his Long
Branch collage, confirmed tho
reported discoveries in lho Yukon country, and said the now
tields would yield ill excess of
even lhe present roseate in,lieu-
lions.
"For some time my  firm has
had oxporl mining engineers at,,.
, .    ,,   ,    „ ,        ni,    i the
woii; iu Alaska,    he said, "and
their reporl says the Yukon gold
Holds .will prove tho rlehesl in
the world,   My opinion is that
us soon as lho country has boon
opened up and shipping facilities
Ini'llisliod,   111.'   output  of gold
will bo simply enormous, As
tho production of gold increases,
silvor will he enhanced in value.
This I regard ns certain."
Mr. Guggenheim declined t|i
givo in detail tho reasons for his
faith for higher values for silver.
Thoro are well informed men
who look upon llio reported discoveries as exaggerated. One
of these is I*'. Hobart, associate
editor of lhe Engineering and
Mining Journal.
"Yes, I havo read thoso stories," said lie, "but to be frank I
tin not credit lliem, Our information, which is detailed and
positive, makes it impossible for
me to accept the repeated announcement that the Yukon river
runs over a lied of virgin gold.
As a inatter of fact some persons
have struck fairly rich placers
in tho Yukon district. But the
large majority of gold seekers in
ihn! country hti'vabOoli stranded,
Mr. Ulldynrd Kipling lias boon
somewhat severely and rather
absurdly handled for dubbing
Canada   "Our   Lady   of   the
Snow.-." The parodies at his
oxponso would alone lill a small
volume.    Vol the poet has do-
Touching Letter to the Imperial
Homo Secretary.
| Highland Cream,
tt»»ttt»(ftftttc*
Highland Cream, i
.1,
iiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiliii-'
London, July L'li.   TheGazetti
contains   the  following   lettei
from tho Queen to Sir Matthew
White Ridley, the home secre-
served well of Canada, as wit-1tary, dated Windsor, July 15,
uess this hit of pi'oso from his     "I havo IVoipionlly expressed
pen; my personal 1'o.olings, to my poo-
"It is ii greal country; a conn- pie, and though on this memor-
try wilh a  future,   Thore is a nblo occasion thoro have boen
many oiilcinl expressions of my
OP WORLD WIDE FAME,
line, hard bracing climate, ilu
climate Unit puis iron and giil deep  sense  of  tho  unbounded
into men's bones, and thoro aro loyalty evinced, I can not  res!
all good things lo bo got out of satisfied wilhoul personally giv-
round if mon will work for
thorn. Whal it wants is more
mon and moro money. Why
don't Englishmen think more of
it as a Hold for English capital
and enterprise? Surely thoro is
nu excellent opening for both tho
investing and emigrating Briton
thoro. Things don't perhaps,
move tpiilo so fast as in the
stales but thoy are safer, and
you aro undor tlie Hag, you
know, inul among men of the
same slock and breed. Send
your folk to Canada: and if they
don't go themselves, lot them
send their inonoy-plenty of it.
— Rossi under,
Robert Jaffray, president of
the Globe Printing company, is
heading this way and is expeetetl
to spend some weeks in the west
taking in the situation. Mr. Jaffray was one of the owners of
the Columbia Southern charter
which went into the hands of the
V. P, I!, over the Crow's Nest
Pass deal, Probably Mr. Jaffray ii jusl coming out to seo
what the Crow's Most Pass is
like since Ihere has been so
much talk about it. Hu will
There is only a placer yield en probably agree that there is
record for this section, No more inonoy in n crow's nest
quart-is has boon discovered—nol than in n mare's nest,
a fragment.   Of course it is fed
!imT?iTnm,mwmmmT7T!T7T7T
EACHER'S
ing utterance to those senli-
inonls. 11 is difficult for mo on
this occasion to say how truly
touched and grateful I am for
the spontaneous and universal
outburst of loyal attachment and
real satisfaction experienced on
the completion of the sixtieth
yeur of my reign. During my
progress through London on
June 1.1, Ihe greal enthusiasm,
lown in the most striking manner, can never be effaced from
my heart.
"Il is indeed deeply gratifying
after so many years of labor and
inxiety for the good of my beloved country to find that my ex
ertious have been appreciated
throughout my vast empire. In
weal and woo 1 have ever had
the true sympathy of all my people, which bus boon warmly reciprocated by myself. It has
given me unbounded pleasure to
see so many of my subjects from
purls of the world assembled,
and to find them joining In acclamations' of loyal devotion to
myself, and I would wish to
thank them all from the depth
of my grateful heart. I shall
ever pray God lo bless them and
to enable me still to discharge
my duties for their Welfare as
long ns life lusts."
iiiiii
CREAM.
i*",liila('^tfci»/'.li\lntilal'ilnl'\lii,H(*iin(/ilj!jiilnJ'i(iiln'j\lj/i
|      AS SUPPLIED TO      |
! 11. II. The Sultan of Zanzibar. |
|       British Central African       5
Commission: t
1  Kir II. II. Johnston, 11. C. I!.   %
iiiiii
iron
ORASSICK  & DEMPSEY.
CONTRACTORS
AND
BUILDERS.
Port   Sleoli    B.C.
J. ,). Lamont
Contractor and Builder
Fori Steele, 11. C.
i\-  McLEOD & GO'
Contractors'™.* Builders,
FORT   STEELE   MINING
VSSOCIA'i'ION.
■
ui am
.Ml   p
>fes
JOI
ii.i  suoe
cui.'n.
oul and worn out during ages
fioiii the mountains) and indi
cates the existence of rich quartz
deposils. Along ihe coast con
ililions are different. There wo
have quarts! mines of Douglass
island. Horner's buy and Sum
iinni, all rich, and one—the Alas
ka Troadwell—ranking as the
largest in the world."
A Chance for Silver.
There is a substantial phis...1, 1
of an International monetary
Conference to tulie into consider'
lition the sllblerl of bimetallism.
According to oiii' lust reports
fiiiii! London, the finglish government has consented to come
Into such ii conference, the same
to be held iii tho i'nllod States
The invitation to' fiord Sells
bury and bis associates wan jiro
settled by representatives of both
The telegraph lino to Port
Sleele will be completed on or
about August 10.
Kich finds are daily reported
from across the lake.
Liet.-Governor Dewdney lias
returned to Victoria.
About 7)000 men will be employed in building the Crow's
Nesl railway.
It is stated that Italy hns proposed cohi'.vivo measures against
Turkey,
Negotiations for an niiiitralion
treaty between the United States
and England are to bo reopened
this fall.
The British government is
sending u much stronger patrol-
Ing force up to the Bering sea
sealing fisheries thnn usual this
seasoil.
A special dispatch trom Gopen-
Pi'tinee and the Pulled States; hitgen says u Carrier pigeon hns
The English government lias | been cahghl in tlie vicinity of
boeti fully ItllVlsHd of tlio (iur : Trtliiiscoe, North I'olii!, NorWuy.
pose of lliu Conference. TheS''ith the followingsliiiiipetl upon
American   commission Was up- | Its wingsi   "North polo passed
peinloil with the express purpose of nl'i'oriliilg some relief for
'.liver and ttf establishing bi-
ineliillisni. II appears France
has fully agreed to the proposals of the United Suites Commls
Hion so far us tile iii'ocsstl.y llf a
conference Is cortcoi'ttoil, And the J
l,WO COUnlt'lliS Hilly be expected
to siiiiiii liWeiher on  this West
Important subject?
It has been declared from the
beginning lllat the control of the
siliiulioii rested with Bnglnnd',
If she Should decline to eouie
inlo ihe coufevonce that would
be the end of lho nialtei' und rib
conference would be h*eldi Now
since England knolVs the object
of the c'oWorenco it looks lift
though she might tinlilly hav''.'
'•oiiio to tbio conclusion to As
something for silver.
Wo are inclined under the cir
cuinBtancCs to take 'u hopeful
view of the situation. An inter-
hatW'-iil 'agreement Vor the es
tublishmenl of bi-iu'etalli'sih
Would tiMll the greatly enlarged
lise of silver, nnd would add lo
the value til' thai, metal.
fifteenth."
An immense' atnbiin! of freight
is  being handled by llie Fori
Sleele SlellnUh'S.
The gold discoveries iii the
Klondike region have created
grout ciciioiiieii! nil over lho
count iy. nnd hundreds of men
are rushing lo the new Eldorado.
Dispatches from Sydney, N.
S. W., stale thai Prank Butler,
the Australian lliltrclorer. was
executed .Inly 10th. Ho con-
lesseil to haviug committed four
murders'
Another c'oncenliitt'Or is nn-
liounced for Kuslo. While iu
Spokane recently Mr. Ci'ofl, lhe
ownerbf the lllnck Fox, ou llio
soihh foi'ir, announced that be
had 'decided to put lna'concen
tralor oil tilat clipm.
Moro i'lcll ore has been opened
up at the Mimic Grlstd nnd it h
suid thi' face ot Ihelunuel is gill
taring like a jewel Wioui.
The buy croji throughout the
country promises lo be lincx-
I'optloniilly large 'this year,   01
Rich Ore From White Grouse.
Beautiful samples nf ore Imve
been received from the Delaware
and Orn Plata groups on White
GrouSB mountain east of Kooleiiny lake. Both gioups nre
owned in Kosslnnd. Tlio ore is
a rich quartz beautifully stain,
witli copper carbonates and carrying grey Copper. The assays
run well in gold, silver uud cop
por. Six men nro at work on
one Uf the Ora Plata- properties
md a strong vein hits boon
opened showing several feet of
rich ore.
Il is snid that tho Hon. G. li.
Martin, cliief commissioner of
lands nud works, will pay a visit
to Uio district shortly,
The transfer of the Deer Park
inino, on Deer Park mountain,
to a Toronto ctilnpany is nn assured fad and !•'. A. Milllioiland
bus gone lo Toronto lo complete
the organization of the now com'
puny. II iii slated that Work
will bo li'siiiueil nt iho mine
early in th>' fall.
HIGHLAND CREAM is especially suited on account of its
UISOUTK IM'KITY foi'use in hot climates. Il enjoys the large:,!.
>ale of any Scotch Whiskey iu India, Mexico, Central Africa
nul South America.
-^-~~II. G. PARSON,
SOLE AGENT,
Golden and Fort Steele, B. C.
0S!_ffiEnn2^2!!*?''','?™^™'m"nn"
e|imwnn,fflt?mfTmfrim,7iTnr!mfCTnN
ilYICTORIA METALLURGICAL WORKS, i
AND ASSAY OFFICE, ,
First Glass Work Guaranteed.
Shop Opposite. Hu  Fort  Steelt
Priulintj Offirc.
lug
i Watt.M. I
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|| 43 FORT STREET.  VICTORIA. B.C.
Hi W. J. R. COWELL, B. L, F. G, 5., IKiNING ENGINEER.
II SOLE PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER, g:
It GOLD ASSAY, $1.00,      ClOliD AND SILVER, flil.uO,                      "
H SILVER, $1.00,          sil.VKI! A.NI) LK.H1, HU.SO,
|| LEAD, *l.00,          GOLD, SILVElt AND COPl'BK, *,'l,
ct hthi'ir mkt.m.h on aiti.Ioation,
tt
P MILL TESTS!
II The Slattip Mill has it capacity of 2(1 Tons a day.
|c The Cliloi'iiiatiiin Plant 1 Tons a day,
II .i A. ROBERTS, P. L. S„
Ie Business Mgr.  f
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J.J.QUINLIVAN.
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
AND
WHEELWRIGHT.
Horse-shooing A Specially.
P,J, CRUICKSHANK.
Fori Steele,   B.C.
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SHOEIM,
AND JOBBING.
Mining Work a Specialty,
JAMBS HIGHWARDEN & SON,
PIONEER BARBER SHO!
Everything Strictly First Class
Next door to thc. Prospector.
Till   M AS   Mc V ITT I li.
D    J      (■:,       t v.   O    IP
1      • S_ • _» •     CX      We E_ .
Porl S ;eli   B.'C.
ll, I., cr.)/ i/1:,'a
/', /.. .•■'. ,; c. p.
Purl Stoi I" B.C,
!W,R.ROSS, GEO, HERCHMER,
Uosh & Hcrchnier,
N 0 T A il i !:' S   P U B L I G.
CONVEYANCERS,
F, rl   ■■'■■ '-.   II.   c.
Customs and Mining Broker
CONVEYANCER.
\3liiiiinj I'i'opi-rlies lioilijhl and Sold.
t;. I'. VENOSTA
N..I. W.W.I.lNtilvU
FOE   SA__.
A 10-horso-powor [im table saw
mill, In flood I'onilliiiin. A|i|,lv
to
N. HANSON,
Wusu, li. O,
Some very rich'strllcoB ai'i) t'C
|i'ii'ri'-i' li'JVt' 1'i'oin Miii'|ih,v c.i-eek j
Hllil WnlvAiii Assii'i'H in ore
1'rom llie latiei' oaVe %hoWn ns
high iih 2|O0U ounces in Mvor
nnd *100 In gold', while ni Mnr
phy ereelt ore from the Elhol
group bus pannod oil 'Shi.no in
"i,l.| lo lho Inn.
(I
timers say lhe gr'i'SS wns noVor
in such line condition', ,i fact thai
is duo to moro I'l'in tW6.il 'iisiinl.
Colonel   linker   Ininlstei'  of I
liiines, has liondod u gi'o'llll of n\\
ejuiiiis on the south fork of Sl,
Mary's river,   The Bond culls
for tho iiliyuienl or 'W.iiiiii |n
"asy limtttllluuiilS
CHAS   ESTMERE,
Draughtsman and
Blno Priiitor.
In Moyie Townsilo <.'oiii^uii,\-
Ofllce.
If   you  Wiiiil   tho   prlino
DAIRY   PRODUCE,
All liiaVliine made on factor^
principles,   Colno to
Mr. t. FtNWiGK,
l''oi'l Slooh; b.C,
KaiisiHiii Hospital
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
VENOSTA & GO.
Mining   Brokers,  Commission  and
Real Estate Agents.
AGENTS IN
London New York, Chicago, St Paul,
Montreal and Toronto,
0p'io)is Curried und milling Deals Consummated.
MACHINE   SHOP
...       . 0$.       ...
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
tJ'AUTUKEES OF
Sash & Doors.
Mouldings,
Newel Pests,
Balusters.
Handrails & Brackets.
Our MAcillNK SliiH' Is prepared to repair Enginos,Boile*i-s
nnd nil kinds of Miulng Miichinory,
We have oil hand, all sizes of Pipe and Brass -Steam Fittings
l'W Sale, n Hire" Stump Quarts! Mill, Prasior & Chalmers
mil ice.
_~T
«*"    .Mrs, I-:, ,1. E101XWAHDKN.
Fashionable
Dressmaker.
Next Door lo llarbcr Shop.
FREMftN flIHD GEARY.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.
Foil Sii'i'l.' B.C.
SADDLE St I'AC.'K HORSKS.
1 LA.MIMi til .M.I. KINIIS A SI'I i 1 ll 11
Livery   Stable,
Good Saddle Horses,  uud Rigs
of all kinds for hll'o ai
reasonable rates.
TEAMING OP ALL   KINDS   DONE.
0- L- Daluardiio,
fort Steele, 11. C.
THOMAS   ilcNAUOll'l
Mh-jh-it-; Broker,
Fhuuicilai Avrrcni.
Hl',1 I 1 IM I li    '.Ml  'HI MCI    I'l III.II'.
1,','l'v, 'niii'.' Tlie A'li.i'i.i 1:11.1 l,"i,|-
'I II.'.   i I'''''    l,| lit I'll    ....,','.     1.'    .    Iltltl
'!';„ liiikli 'i iiiiii   I'ui'l   "' ' Ii   Iv to ■■;■■
■ •■ in; ' ;'ut:' Ltd,
JOHN
MOODY,
lilil'I'ISII    i <H.I'M III A
AMI   ONTARIO.
Mines And Mining
Stock  Agent,
i).iii.'i-- i.i h'lrsl I'lumMli liig Propel"
ties mul „ isliinn in -vll in- btUL'lc.
WHITE Ml.  II i.i.
I'AUTIr! I.AI.'S
I IN 1'AltlO.
THIR    M
1 MINERS'|
, , HOTEL.
Perry Greek,
NOTICE.
I
.   MINERS & PROSPECTORS who
. have ohiiiii l to soil oi develop
I oould nol iin better Ihan consult,
Thomas McNaught,
MINING  BROKER,
riUv'i' HTI'iELE, ll. r.
ll. K. WALTON
ASSAY OFFICE,
Now nprit fur liii.-iin'.-*-.    Knll sttli'li ot
U'lllOtf, lk[U01'H llllll ciifulti.    CiOOd Inul
anvl gbud iiiuuIb iH rtiasOnublo pri.-.  .  i,M|
A. •.). UoHKItTSON.     J
MiintitteV-, .1 a4k-> S. MOKviir,
i'Vvt 3;?v!c, B, C
I yilv'or, Load &c„ al prices
to suit the liinos,
All i ■ ■,. ,i,.,, in .;,,,';,,,.,
GOLDEN. O.C.
FOR THE FORT STEELE
Mrs. .Iiiin'i'i, Ciinliiti   I
"    .1,  It, l(ll,|,.'|,|':.    ■      IIIIIKITOIIS,
"     W. A, fillll'llll   \
Mns. E, il Wkiiiikii, Muiiiigur.
I'litii'iii- fi'iiai Kiii'l Sli'i'lv. lliul Hi'1
nilii'iv, v.ill Iii   vi'i'lvil nl I'l'ii-uiiiiliii
lllll'S,      I'lil' l"l'IIISIl|i|llj' till
Mi's, t K. Weblfer, Wanauer.
K A I.I SI'' I'l I.   MONTANA,
Travelicrfs, id and from
Fort Steele  d_  litiUvpcH,
Will find the best of accommodations nt
THE WEST
HOUSE*
C. M. Walker, Prop,
Kalispnll Montana.
JOHN lNElOHTMAN
LiVEtlY,
/';•■•;/!, and
sAi.i: utahles.
Kalisp-s) Mont,
I'ni'tivs tn mul fi'iiai Fori Sled
will find Umt ilii-- i- Hie bosl plane ti
ileiivi; lllviv rtuvk. tnM ubluln convoy-
! lllitt!!.
I'l.a.KKllV'l",
OHiiANS AM) PIANOS
Por CatulogWs, A.ddi*i ss
DANIEI.F P'FPLTY, llvo.'/,;,,,,/,,,.
tow ■It'l'setl.
;■' : :'7"::':\:' '.,.7V
FFI E,
...
RON AN .VW./^IC//,
H3SAYERS t\M CHEMISTS.
Joe Taenhauser.
WATCHMAKER   And
JEWELLtR,
DIAMOND   SETTING
And ENGRAVING.
Uivorsido Avoiiii".
t\m siooi„. B.C,
PIANOS
iii'idiiiM, $;ift,iin up,  sii
fwiiiii'i'-. watiii .i   i .a iin ii
hoc.  .i'l'li,    H'm" i i
li'uii,' WiiHlilnii    ^  J
FBOSB N,
CONTRACTOR
,i. IIUILDKU, . .
I',,i'l Blnulo,
11   ('
OR&rtNS
pi., ,„,■.. <..•.•.*, n
li,r- tt'i.Ni.'l I'liuili
Ailillr... Oiihi, 1 f I'm
ll,lfl,,n   N  .1
IIKVTTV". o.
M. H'l lir
...I       A,i,i,.
..i ,IH   n,i,1,1 |,'   lln,,,,    A'llHll
I'll-' .1,   V' tt .l.v-, V
•I'll.Ill    nf
-Beattu's Organs,'';" '"
'11,11,1,   v      llll
itiiiiiurf, PWnos
MiiD.nn  in,
|..,l|,l,,.     ',,,!,. 'I \||,
■ •      I I    I'
'   BREWERY .7    :;
KALISPELL, MONTANA,
Sollb Only the Finest Liquors anil
Oigii'fl,
Tlv i llioicu'sl Dollcnftles ei il r
En li ' ' Mnrl 'i • Sew,-,! ;i... |,ii;,
olll      "   '!■'■   Bit!',  '   '  oi   I'l'i'.ae'
l,'iiriii\
I.WW.MP 4II0S.'.    /"toPlllETCinA CUSTOMS OFFICERS C'J NORTH I      THE   LEAMclli   PART.
Dominion Government Prepares to1 clieers for Sir.Wilfrid Laurier
Overuse Klondike Affairs. and ibe Canadian
_     Contingent,
Ol •     ' ,", _fi,     ."il ',:,,   ,   ,■.
iv v. ministers I,ist ovoning
Minister Patterson wns tuatltoi'-
l/.i'ii to send two more customs
officers to thp Alaskan boundary,
ii; the [slandci ■ liicb sails tor
tho north tomorrow. The olti
curs will be taken from the v ic-
toria < tistom house and will be
accompanied by a couple of provincial police, They will open
slatii ; - iii outposts of V'it.'toi ia,
beyond lhe head of Lynn canal,
Gobi ■ Barr in an wl ■
the lii'iii...: i 'vis' j ''■,'-...., doi' rib'
ing ilii- Jubilee procession, si ys:
■ 'l':i,' leading pari in tin' procession ,,f ;'.•' Premiers of the colo
iiiiv- was given to the Kiglil
Honorublo Wilfrid Laurier, eer-
i tinly ilu' mosl striking figure
.-. 'ihi in London ou that notable
occasion. 1 had always regarded him as li'u much of ;i gentleman nnd a scholar to make o
great politician, but lo the credil
Comments
on the Fall in SiKor. j^a*-*--*!*»_* .»x_«»««^-.»t««««««««««, •5»»«*-»-»«*-^   (|§fff|j§0^MM^^MMMMMMMMMMMM
which :■■ in disputed territory,
and  in   pr ;.'   in the  United ot '''!1;l'ili !'" fiUs the l];: i[
States possessions, and at Lake P^e iu the gifl  of his country
T. me,\, today,   His clear cut,
Astronp    istoms and nolice ' '"""'  h[is :';'"":    "      "
post   will  It   established   jusl ''■""'"'   '  ;  ' : '
nortl   ol   lhe British Columbia V""'' '   '
boundary,  "-''"1.1 the head ol '    ' ": s IU1(1
Lvnn canal, at 110 degrei t- :';' '"'     '   '        ; '    '
il v      Estimates will also bi coa,l     '
obtained of the cosl of buildi.is thut thl"     "'  shu   :
awago   V I   ami   ot  a   pa:':"". ' ''        '"     '" '     "    "     "
gauge foilroad to this post  ia renerab1'     '     '      !l" ™s "*
the mountains „ dis • o   7      '"' ;   '      ' "" ' lV''
„" - miles, aboul 10 ol which 1.- :'"'": :'"     '"   ' ' '   '
on.;  tains    Thisposl   •   I :     " '     ■"-''^'--"
bfiwhere the Chilka and Whit. "      e centaurs
passes converge, and  will con ''
ntandtli mbam entrances to X"'"':     '    ' '     :'U'"!l
,!,,.  whol Tltory.   Mounted -'•■■■■'■•       -
polif Sts   Will   bo   "-::,"■-"    '■-■-■■■■ '    '
her,' at distances   of   50   miles """:"'i  '    '
apart up to Port Selkirk   Thi ' '       '
Will be used to open up a winter '"'"'
I'oadover wnicli monthly mi   -    '
Will be -".i' by -lu- trains '
possible a telegraph  line will bi    ''      '
constructed over tho moui   tins
from the head of the Lynn can    TEi.; CHITRAL  INSURREI .'.
to iii" first post.
1
I Imi  July •!!),    Tin. (.'lobe,
commenting upon lln tall in nil-
V'  '       -:;;.s. ' Thi'     .V'i'i   .      I 'li
lapse wi"- :..,  happi iii-il .-umi'
timi back but for tin. conl
purchases mi Japanese ai ■ o nt.
That  demand   has ceased  and
I'liiiin antl  India an   supplii d.
\V1... steps  American sllverites *
pro]lose to take  lo counteract J
this disastrous state of things S
remains to bo seen,   Then' ntti .j
tilde is a spec-ilk' threat  to lam- jj
per with lho currency.    Presi   e
ii a'   McKinli y,  |iossibly   [ore   ft
-. 'eing an nttenipl  of this kiud, *,
has given emphatic warning thai
ho will !„■ a,, party to sueh peril
DALGARDNO   HOUSE. I!|
8 1
FORT   STEEL!-] B.C.
Now under ihe management of
R. D>. MATH BR-.
Is a lauge and attractive frlotol
of quiei elegance in nli its
nppt Pint ments,   wit h a
cusine o)' si tperil w
excellence.
Special rates lij  tho month .
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iJfn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!].!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!^ m
ion,    July .:" ' "ii £ :3 9
\ I he Mountairii \
i -v.;''' ihigh *z '-! 9
HOUSE
Us]
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hat ii      '    I - "■
Mai-tin       i- Hiirlli _:
Si noted sr-
Mashingombl was slain, £:
ol   his.j_
oners. !•;
3 ■«*
NOTICI
■ ■     .
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Fort Steele, ii C.
'./.I.I/  FORSYTH,  I'ltOPIUETOIt.
!    ;    . one oi  ihi' ln's!  appointed  Holds in lho
l-'uii Steelo District.
Eve       oo      ia   comfortably   I'liruishod,
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c.
ruL  eittisi'Kvriiti.
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Mining Brokers
Real Estate
and
Commission Agents.
Correspondents in
t,ti t S £ i ?.- f 6 S » iiei tfi-Eff ilii iffvlss Hi Hit*
|     Montreal-     i
ll\
awa,       |
onto,      1
I London and !
,i, if
s     'Chicago.      i
id «r_ 'li
-iiiiiiiiiiiil-li-Sii-Siiiiiiiiiiimiiii^
on wis Gamed.
Mlllllif
)eais Transacted,
Two v'tiod dairy [arms tor sale within -{ miles ot
Fori Steele,     Furnished house tor rent or sale....
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£    VVltsn vou t'isil Porl Stoele you will miss it II you donl    _!. '!'.... ,. .„ ... ,. ... ,__ ,,  ,, ,. ., ... ... ,. ., ..  . ., .,  ,. .. ,, , -r
£ ' stop at the, 3   ###t#*t't##^f-##t't^#^^#^#
ountaiD House.    I
■ it I   OH        Tak   Nee ssary 	
Pre]     ' ■/ ■
fi.i»;1,,ui»»ii»iJ!{»MiiiiiiMiuAni»wwiUiUjiiiUiUia»iJiit^
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TO (}REF.KI.ASI)*S MOUHTAff . >s.. .      . . {    ,
Lieut. Peary anil Party Off to the!   London, July is.   a tlisj *Ha
ArotioB, s :'   -'■'■'- : " ' - ' MOlIE LAKt
-- ment is taking all steps   ■   ;sary|iij Stage JiJ J_l«e. iJj
Doston. Mass,, July 110.   The '"'"•r" with l! mergency  iu
steam soaling barcJUeHope wilh Chitrul.   iMthoujjli  B'orl Ch
Lieut. I,'. Iv Peary and party on 'la™i  »"'•'■' cul  ""• occupies ati
board, has letl this porl. bound isolated position, ll was boliwved
for Northern Greenland. that with two compnnles of the
Thh!' tlrsl Punjab infantry and
two gnus the garri sou can hoi I
its own,   Thn road bi I ■■ oi n Mar-
dan and   Malakaiiii   is blocked
with hostile tribesmen, Wholiave
mil ihe lelegritpli  wifes    Three
sfitittili'ons of Bengal lancers and
The objeel of tho voyuge Is lo
bring uboul llio establishment ol
ii settlemonl at u remote north
ern poinf hi Clroenland which
shall lie iiied its u base of sup
plies lot an expedition in search
of the iiuiiii polo undor Lieut.
Ivan '".i i-i-. To this inili. a tbe Hocond Punjab infantry hav
parly of '.siiuiinaax will bo es
lablished nl the now seltlemunl
inul will during lhe nexl yoitl' be
I'li.'-iiivil in milking preparations
for Lieul   I Vary "b u.lpndltioii.
In lhe ilui'ly which loft here
every Tiiwtii
7:80 A M
li--:      '■   ■
I   "n:.;.i-       ■ .     | .','...,.' 'i;y.
.:■ * -' ;   :■ iivi   7",\ic  iiii
\V>    . - tu       .   Sul it h ■ - ill
8:80 P M
Hi .:    '     v  -'" I,   '  IC till}'   !,,!li'V;iliv
Ti''i,"'- ;. 11} i" pt'Ucul'Cll li'ivu r. M.
K'vi'l'. Bute !,'"|"-i' i'".. Stoolo, umi
uiitl in tin Hotel, MuviuCIU'.
^
lai'li',1 1'iT  Mai'ilaii    The Sev- <'.{j THI; JJjt
until  nn hi nt it > n bitllnry is oil tliu,
way ,„ Malnkaii.l, ant West EXCfiAN&B    SAFfi DEPOSIT CO.
Kent 1'ogilnonl is held iu roadi i 	
u.'.-a! Peshowar    A-Simla ,lis        cash i-aio i or ooi.o oust.
DON'T   FORGET
'el
First Class Brands Of Liquors and Cignrs,
Hcadquai-tci-s For Milling  Men-
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Best Cuisine in the West.
Midern Conveniences.
Home Comforls.
D. McNeish    -    Proprietor.
T
way.
wa-  l.'i |iei'sons   hicludlugi   be
[iitlch says Ciiptttin  ll,,ll:iiul. of
lln'  Twenty lourth   Punjab in
k's 1; it, ami Mrs   Peary und I ru.nli-y, was among llm seriously
 ,i   ditiigl v   llieit' Hcrviuils w'ouiiflud during Monday night's
ami llmci'i'W,   Mf. anil   Mi-  II.!'1"'"'1' "I""1 Mahikaild
.1, i  „[ Muridoiii ('"im • Hot,      A dispnleh I'l'inn I! buy says
,.i'lKi,   Ihiilnd Hlahvllt'o- lhul f|a"(5iidliin-l  Tilaka, native
logical KiirVi.yi Albel'l I'lifrli, I nioinb»ir of lho legislaUve coun
lhe fuliioiiH Arclli -fi'iii'' ai'iisi c''i wasan'OHted lasl evning "a
imi several iiivesllgiillng pfti'lies a ''h-M'W "' ""'ill|,.ir l,illiVl> :"
:, nili'i- il,,- Hit ii .f disnlToi'tion    ClangadhiirtTilaka
Prof. (' ll. Witclicoek, uf Han bus for ii long lime itglUtled in
-. ;i.  win, will study g i"V" -li«criiniunl_lv   iigtiinsl   British
Rossland Indigaation Meeting.
UXdllANCiliS I'.til CUT .'. ,'ii|.l.i;i.'.
TlOMa    UANULKDi
Drtlfls Bold payable In Exchange
on all principal [whits in
Aliiorica
REFBRENCaS,
I'lxolittlido Kutilliiill Uni:!: ,s|i'ik:iiii'.
I'liiniiii'i'i'ii'.i   "          " l'l!r!l;latl.
N'ut, liiin'it i;f ,'iiiiinii iv,: l,;iiis;t:-''ity.
Kiv-i XilUnnal Ht'iili Krii'i l'n.
Moi'i'imllis S'ilt. li.inK        I'livtiaiiil.
THE PlONEEK TIN SHOP.
■ III'! lhe wli,vs of   Ihn   oltl   Nol'Sl
' olonisl - from Iceland and an
h', '.',    Peril i:   " ho   '"ill   villain
,   , iii rail an  indigmilioii meetiiiii;
U|111 ,'ll,tl" b'h ni!Xl vv'mt'*1' tomorrow night when Ihey Will!
In   Inuil   'in- hit." game "I   tin prepare ■> ■■■■■-■■■■ ori il to lhe ilom
' n'lntn and bring buck noolog inion guveriiineul and ask  Vic
,.,; ,,.,., ,Ms toria, \ am "'"  ' iiiu'i \'i ,• IVesi
' Tlid'o am also on board  two mil   "r !" ",i" ;" "''  ' 't'^"-'
,.   ,     .. ,.      ,  in   re(|iiesling  a:;   exporl  dntv
'''•l"'1 nbitiVes   National ,, ,         , ,.v,.    TilK ^
Museum   >' lie an   ,' ps to,    -,,,...... .... |,i,i|i,,o. ,,i
!,;'iii'.' Mm:'- several tun-' of fo i meltii British
lorn       vii ...,    iiuabuiiis f-'oiti ""  '" lhe pn"
Th,' Hope '.'.ill make dh '
i 'ape Breton  v ivi
'Mil laini in c'Oal  for ii ■ I ol
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111
of Job work.
Sheet Iron Stoves matle to erSer.
Hot Air Drums a Spfoialty.
r. C. ARMSTRONG.
: M. McMillan,
Taken  Bj Surprise
, .„       rnha , ,,!_.   .. Ill  <.,,-,,., I       I.OII'iiill.  Jllll   :'-.      .'v    (1
-   ,g,       I!:,',!,,,,  llll              ;,i;    ,,,      . .
leeoastrttCl'deii tnd, droppmsi  .,„,.,,.; ,„,   „,',.«„„„,
Drew & Hayes, Prop's.
FORT STEELE, B,C,
Strictly First Class.
FIRST Ct.ARS IM EVr.RV PARTICULAR
CONVENIEliTTORAII'^Y_P_^.1Ji^' _
Am s?i:.AMn,MT_LANOUlC_
RATES REASONABLE	
~FREE SAMPLE HOOWB
•a, ,.'i-niiiii' parlii
points, and taking t.leuli van;
Paaiy lo Whale Sttund " here
a - plans :' r establishing a -, i
I ■ ine'ul " ,i' bi carried out    The
IlKADOUAIlTEIIfl TOR COMMERClAi' Alii' MlMIIKl MliW
S. ABLER,
PROPRlftTOR,
Mlnlnj! PropoSltloiiU,
Milling Shari';-
i arm Lands iiiid      fl Train Leav.s the Kootenay Hoiisp, Every Tuesday A l-'riday
Connecting with Steamer for fart Steele.
t\  ■    ;       hut Ves i    -"a |   ii'
surprise,    When -.; charge wufl
.vni,'   iijion   the    -'      . ii' -   ilii
iiliti, i-  Hcd lo *•■• ■  ' ivi
which ila    ".'  ■    "■   ■■ mil - cap
lured  Mashingo nun cave
■• tiii-ii voyage will lm begtln, :'    , ...  , .   .,, ,.,j   , n, ,: ,,   , ■
1  ' , [icctfld in about Hve  ■■■• eeks Vli ihin'goinh  ■•,,   xu inded dm
,';,' -in, Hope arrives, ami the '"- ""'  '""     '   '       ■■  ,-""u
parties will be picked tip oil the aftm'being I     pi   oner   Two
1 ' Inilli'l:-,   ma,i.' ol  -"Ii'l   gold    ■ im
way back. found after tho li|   ■
Real Estate.
COUIIESl'OUHENCE SOLIOItEp,
I). M. McMillan, BfautlUn' Man.
.. :;    ii LDBURG
I.M.I!,I'i.I . | KltlMTANA.
,,,'"'',  -ah'   dvall'V ill ' ollfnclloll
i'l'V,   I'V'lil   Null*, &<!.'   t1.'!'.
CiKai;'. fi Illb-JCCO.
WHAT WILL UxNULK S,*M III).'
M A11_ ST A C i E M IN B
eetwncii  ^M_k_.
Fort Steele,
anh.
■ mui1 Is Willing to Arbitrate In
tin: Matter nl' ikwaii CtOT T)VN
l-'i.nlm;'  loa ,l,':,|,:ilrh   Iron: .
',....,,,.,„,, ,,„. .i;,,,,,,,,..,.,!!,,'!;,! Uaves I' it ,-,tt;tU   i -.i.iti' every l-rlday,
'oris,   say    '         inniialvi    'In v.11."    Ill il, .'P C ill (ili|llt:i1  Slllltlll.J  UMi'.tlil\|;.
Mikado's Hover ,t wllUgroe v..\ssi;>.'i AAU- AM) KXl'KKSS I AlilJIKD.       .   .
lo Un llawitl pi'oi' ill lo 'i" , ..   ,
>;....,, ,,"V.    ,n ,,-:,■ .7,,b. '          -"'   I'or/ullimrllculiimAppli io
»^ ,■ , «■<  |     \   i-i  r>t\  ,i   i.o.. i\tvn\'.
Tlih Sl UVliVOll'S i I! UN  S1ADI5 IT Till: SIIOII'I'BS'C
ti.:.\.\S''iixtini:::t'.i. uotlTE,
It is tho must iii'iilvi'ii in cqitipmont; i: is the heaviest t'tillod linv;
il lm.. a I'ltci, l,iill:;vi I'liitiliii'ii: i, i'i',,ssi,s m, sum! deserts; i! was  built
without u itni'l gl'ttnt al' govet'iimenl ni,!: il is noted Tin- courtesy nf its
I'ltil'ln.vv"'; ii ii tin' naly lim' s,"-\ Imr meiils on the » lu eiu'to [ilan,
'ranouGH tiie grandrst sceneut* ix ambrica
BY   ii.Wi.lHHT.
l-'ni' 1'OflT STEELE inul Ha- EAST KOOTUXAY MINKS, Wookly
S'liis'v ft'iiin KnliK|ii'!l.   Stoiunbout noramunlciitions from Jennings
during Stiiinii'i'.   Quickest und Eev-t h,ute tu it)! purls t;f tin; Unltod
Sinn,:., Eastern ( imitdti und Eurtipo.
For limps, '.it'!,'!:-am! fi'inpi'.'!!' Illfoi'lUUtittll ettli ,,,' ilitiil'i'ss
nearesl tiireltt ui*
C.G.DlXQK.Goiii'l'tt! Agent,
Siiokiine   Wiuli,
[•',],WtllTNEY. G. I', uml T. A.
si. Paul, .Minn.
YJ«sr^^.^;:i "x" §5?'_"s_c   aillllift   S^iS.s'«i-3.sZ«lfe-ivvv^^,'i
lUpoer Columbia NaviQation a.d j
- Tranvwau Gomnanii ™.|
linternaiH Transportation Go.!
Golden^ B. 0.
mc Table, Wi lake effect July 1st, 1897.   f
li'lCI' S't'EEl.E AM' .ll-:;', iSil.-, lini"!'!'.:
i,,iiin I". Xiii'ili S'nti'unil (IA't'iiiliilliu' iiiiiln, four trips a "V,,|t. jj
;v|ii'.'.-s,ii',l •,,, ful' yi'.i.ls nil! !»• iiiiliiiiliul"ly ,iil.',iil"'l I Siiti-K
M In'.ni. uii'l slut nil1'. ii 11.
[.'illlT STKKIit.  \Ml (.til.lll'.N Ilili "I'l''.:
/,       Slugu loui'Sa liWt Sleulu'fililsdtiy nnil 1,'rlduy uinriiliid
I GOltlt'll \Vi'ilii,'-'il:',' H'.l'i Siilni'ilii.v nl I I', in
Mull iil'.vin'i.'ii fill' I'-UI'I Sl.'. I,, via .Iviiili',: .,-itiiulil In'. :i,
ul Inli'l'liilli ;l til.. .Ii'llliill;:',    .:"!'::ili:l,"llli'l'iti:i' l.ll.'i-
Ni'Uai mu! li'iltl.'ii, I!, i .
F. P. Armstrong!
J
lliiiliil
•3
1
1 JUST WHAT*"*
bOCTOR
OR OB R13 D,
Tlnll's lilnil villi l! gol IVvfi'l'V'i'i',V lint" ill Ip
I'ii-,'l'!|i1iilii  !li'|iill'lini'lll, . .     Wi'  stl'l-A!   l'n
ili'svt'vi' yuur t'.i si i'iiiiiiiIvi ,... N'mliini,;
j     "I'llEAl1"   hlil'U,  Inn '-ilili'' M'-in'y'n WVt
rvi'vy Mui''.
in ^i 1, <i, i,, i,,
A. VV.  [JLliAisDfcU/,
PioneOr Diuti Hall,
Porl Steele,«. €.
I riiilifsn , Uiin vi. 11 i.] I- j ■ -I l"'iiMiiii",
mmmmm__•
i5bimw*fitmm*n*n?mmtw!!*!T!*ra*iif!*im!?mmt«tmi*i?*mn?m&2
General Merchant A,^
I vitjmor Dcalfc-r*
_3
3
_
-■_>
_
m\w
H      Mi.iiiiSadui-'Ol- Of all Kinds of Lumber. 3
g A lai'Rc (iMS'irlniunl til seasoned 3
'B Lumber antl Nlii-A^lvs a<- 3
'£ nays   on   liaiul. J
JE iJiSin-t-tfiHiort LtUHiber«» Spcciolty. 3
!     WflSft. - - - B. c I
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