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THE PROSPECTOR COK-
TA1SS ALL PUBLIC HO-
TICES AND GIVES THE
LATI.ST TELEORMIPlC
AHD LOCAL NEWS.
VOlt l'L
FORT STEELE, B, C, FRIDAY, AUGUST27; 1807
No 8.
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!.,OCAL NEWS,
Tiir weekly imul from I""
Nnrili iii growing constantly,
illld has mnv reached enormous
propprlipus, Ncyerthplpgij I'os.-
master I'In iii ami liisj assistants
resolutely litlacli it nil itgai'rival
every Thursday night, and there
is no lol up lill lini lyhfllp, of it
has been Sortec'l and properly
disposed of, often eiii'yyiiig tlie
busy workers into the "woe
simi' hours''' of flip jnoriiing.
Meanwhile the delivery lyickot
is opened and the public, served.
This extra work is' riuile yoluu-
la it on, thi' part of our obliging
postmasfer, auc| tlir spirit in.
which if is executed is much np-
nrecjatpd by Hi,' puplio,
Day id Griffith, a pioneer of
ISlil, left per North Star for
Spokane, where he will remain
fur a short time attending to
matters in connection with,the
Lilly May claim. Thirty-font
years ago Mr. Gyiflith passed
through' Spokane when il was an
Indian village,--wilh no white
residents. No doubt, tho change
that has taken place will surprise him.,
President T. T. McViltip has
called a special nieoting of the
Fort Steele .Mining Association
io be held in ihe School House
Saturday at 7:80 p, in, lo
consider llio mutter of sending
an esliibit of minerals to the
Spokane Fruit Fair.
Tlio Angusl uiimbor of tho
Kootenay Guide is to hand. In
addition in lln.-' miscellaneous information hitherto contained,
whioh has boon carefully revised
and corrected, flier," is a, com-
plot,' list of postoflices in fi. G.
and mining companies,
III', Lel'i'vi'o told Iho (lolden
lira thai Siflon City was the
best, place in Southeast Kootenay
lo build a smelter at, because the
other places lacked water. The
doctor, must, have been looking
fori something else besides water
ni Fork Stoole,
Mrs, Kelson ami hor sister
Miss "Watson arrived from Calgary this woo!,-, and will henceforth bo permanent residents
hero. On lho way ovor Ihey
spent some time visiting friends
at Greal falls, Mont,
Dr. Watt made a. professional
visit lo .Moyio l.ali" last  {'
while there enjoyed
iiiiii fishing', bringing
lino basket   of  Irom.
distributed among his
day. aw
some oi
home a
which Ir
friends.
Numbers of new settlors lire
taking up agricultural lands
along the line of the railway in
from the Crow's Nest 1'ass. Applications for pre-emptions arc
coining in briskly to Government
Agent Armstrou
We are in receipt of a capital
map of lia.' Flondyke mining ro
gioh jusl issued by the Province
Publishing-Co. of Victoria,, Thoso
interested in Ihal region couk
im! do better Ihan gel ono of
those maps. Paper, iiUc; inoilli
oil mi cloth i?l,
John Coslclli), lifter n prp-
onged spree at "ifyanjner, died
m board fb/.i stgainpr "Nortli Slur
on roiji,'.'lo .l(.muings In.st y/e(.(k.
lie    was  buried.    ;tt   Tobacco
Plains.
Chai'lps Bfid(]. i)( London, lias
been making a trip through J lui
Flic jjiyer country, (do is much
pleased with wh.oj |i§ Inn- spun,
and will i-cijiujiiii ii| the country.
T'hrije Sis-lovs of C'ha-rity from
MontrjiaJ arriypd per stage last
week, They will take portions
on thp teaching .stall' pf thp In-
dusttiai school,
All the delicacies. ()f thp,Reason
at the grand Chicken pinner at
tho Vang.5jta, Cafe, Sunday pyen-
ing,
Pu|-i)ig t|)B past wife's Constable Barnes lias riyu sovoval cf
the. "tiiiihovn" gentry out of
town, npifih 1.0 the advantage of
the place.
If anything goes to show that
Foi-t Steple is, a community of
stick-in,the-m).i(ls it is the. condition llgr sidewalks app itppt in,
Superintendent Lumsdpn of
the, Crow's Nest Railway gyrryey
went through tp Moyifi Laitc this
week, coining ill fl'om Golden.
Our thanks tire, due to tho
management of tlie Spokane
Fniit'Fiiir for an invitation and
special season ticlr.t to the fair.
Mrs, Sprague has just received
n shipment of choice fruit and
confectionery,
Jos, Nixon l'lis been appointed
government agent at a new land
olliee established at Maolepd for
the sale of town lots.
M. Mclnnis rode through to
West Kootenay via Crawford
Bay frail this weak. He will return Monday or Tuesday.
P, 0. Hackleninn, thp well
known mining man, is about to
remove his household from Spokane to this city.
F. C, Clinton, ban-inter, of
Now 'Westminster, is coming to
Fort Steelo to open an office
here.
Large Tent or Canvass House
for sale, _4x7_ with a 10 ft, wall.
Enquire at this office,
0. F, Venos ta reports an active
enquiry after Fort Steele real
estate.
The condition of the sidewalks
in this town would be a disgrace
to Goldsmith's deserted village.
On account of the hot weather
the school children have been
enjoying a week's holidays,
A. M. McDermott, accountant
for H, Cl. Parson of Golden,
paid us a visit this week,
Grand Chick-en Dinner, Von-
ostn Cafe, Sunday evening; 50c.
Captain Denny has been appointed jailer at Fort Steele,
Get your fruit and confectionery at Mrs. Sprague's,
Win. Bishop, of Wardnor, was
in the city this week,
■oi'l
Sloi'll'-IClllil-'poll
which   11.   W.
year. The. biisinossof the ('Electoral League," upon yyhich he is
honorary sfiKre'nr.y-frcsiJijrer,"
seems to ho to getjmitftea on the
Provincial yotprs list, a worthy
enough object, and one in which
wo hope t'h(i General will be
more successful than ill IP*? Wl.
dida'iii'os,'
SMOKING  CONCERT.
The sm,okir,g concert hold in
the Vpnofjta Pes|,aur;uit llljit Fj'i.
day evening y/ag lafgely attend,
ed, iiflid was altogether a groat
success. Th,e various parts on
the following progMimme worq
rendej'Hd wosj, acceptably, and
hi many qasps. pimores were
called ' for, find frequently re,
spondee} toj
1 C'qmjii Ivjoicr, Miinsii Petevj l,,v I!.
K. ISsttii).
2 ^on», Mi', Multitoiih.
ill   Mt|3i('i)l   Sl/oti'li,   ifegsl'g,    HiH't,
tiraill! ftii/l WilliiiniDOii,
i   Swift, JI)'.. Bond,
5   ])t|<4 |iy Irjiirt und YuueW,
H   Guitiu' itntt Hui'iiiunitiii -elections.
Iiy Pn'of. W. S, Smull.
i   fiaiij-, Mi', 'I'lillnuli.
S  Jiibllpe Slnglnn, Iiy Vsnoslil Gluli
CiaiDH^ttti.
II  "Jusf. Ttjll Trifim Tiiul, Ytin Si(,iv
Me," Henry Cow'timy,
10 Sqnn, Mi', Tiillpch,
11 llmitone Solo, "Tho ri<)n- Tl"11
Beaglied My Hdujt," ,1, .1. Vv i]ljtini-
»(((!,
1:1   Hon-f, Mr. Mclittotih,
13   "Ml Copiis Look Alike to -Me,"
Miisiii's, Kstes, Bnittll unci Williiun-
SO(l,
H   HonSl Ml'. Tallin*,
13   I'nule Joe's Bli'tHny, Williamson,
I'.'stos, StnilU, IJiil't uml Courtney.
Hi   Somo Cgnjlc 'I'lillt, by 0, L, Hurt.
This programme was Inter,
spersad with soine Ethiopian
specialties of a very laughable
kind. .1, M, Burke occupied the
chair nnd was introduced hy Dr,
Watt, in felicitous terms,
PUR NEW STEAMBOAT WRE.
Captain MeCormack has got,
his now steamboat well under
way at Jennings. The material
for the new boat was all sawn
out on the (Joast, and all that ro
mains to be done at Jennings is
the putting of if together.
Twenty ship carponturs from
Portland are employed, besides
18 mechanics who were brought
out from the oast for this special
work. From this it will be
gleaned that there is to be no
delay in getting the craft into
active service for this year's
business on the Kootenay River,
THE "ELECTRICAL LEAGUE."
We have rercoived somo oircu-
. irs, signed by J,   C.  Kinchitnt,
^ '"."'  I:' ll'"':'v",,lK'';llllancl emanating from the head-
quarters of what is called  the
wise on an empty
iis weekly runs bo! ween lho two
points next I'riday (mil. this
morning as advertised Insl week)
leaving hero ai ," a. in.
V,,ii can't bi
stomach.     'I'l
of lln' era ed Chic
iho   Venosln   Cafe  ,,u Sunday
evening,
Tho Mdooil station ou the
Crow's Mosl Pass Uaihyay has
boon located al lho southwest
cornor of llu' presold police pasture, aboul lj1 miles from Ihe
business part of lho town.
George I'lushby grandson of
iho Inlo Governor Sir .lames
Douglas, wlm left for Victoria
last week, will return iu iiboul
three weeks, lln has a group of
promising claim
WATER AND ELECTRIC WORKS.
Tlio Puospectoh is informed
thnt the gentlemen who'are putting in a water works system
hero have ordered SWUO feet of
piping for tho street mains nnd
5000 feet of smaller pipe for connections, and expect to he able
lo supply water within (1 weeks.
They are also negotiating for it
complete electric light plant
consisting of a -1 horse power
boiler, 1 engines, t dynamos,
wire, lamps, etc., and thoy ox-1
pect to have this plant fully Installed and Ihe light turned on |
before tho snows of winter conioi
ht. be consider'.';! a suitable
.and fitting rppose for thu dorsal
parts of such an administration
n this district,
CROW'S 'PST RAILWAY.
The Line Into Fori Steele Under
-iirvoy.
An engineering party under
viVlr. Garden have been busy this
week suryoying lho line into
Fort Steele,
Another storehouse 2,^80 feet
is under construction, and in a
few days a storehouse for perishable goods, 2 stories, 2l)3(-l(l will
be commenced,
A powder bouse is under way,
sitnato.il one mile from the waggon road, also is, ryot-liouse with
a capacity of g'M.OQP lbs. of vegetables,
General Moling'1/1' Shaiigbnos-
sy and General Superintendaiit
While wijnf through vja Revel-
sto);e to Kossiani.! on Monday.
They will reach Fort Steele in a
few days from, the west,
Engineers Morse and "VV, J.
Carro] passed through from the
Noi'th this week, Carrol will
join Haiiiiington's party, and
Morse will act as assistant io
Cranston,
Twelve miles of difficult rock
work on Moyie Lake is to be begun this fall as soon as possible
and will be continued until completed, This will employ some
hundreds of men during the winter months,
THE CAPTAIN'S OPINION,
Capt, Armstrong said last
week to a, Spokane reporter;
"All this talk about tho alien
law is a big bugaboo, There
is work for every man in the
Fort Stoele country. No man
yet in East Kootenay has been
asked his nationality, on the
Crow's Nest Pass Railway or
anywhere else. Turks have the
same show in thai, country as the
Bliienoses. While the railroad
is not going to grade, mile for
mile this year, it, will do all its
heavy rock and tunnel work this
winter. This will provide con
genial work for prospectors who
lir'e wintering there and laying
up a grub-stake for next summer.
"The railroad people claim
the road will be built to Kootonny Lake by the end of 1898
and evidently mean what they
say. To do this they must run
au lKW-l't. tunnel on Elk River,
build a bridge across thu Kootonny River, which is to bo of
stone and steel, and run tunnels
on Moyie Lake 500 feet, besides
making a number of very heavy
rock cuts. Owing to the condition of the water we lind that we
can nin the steamers of Ihe In-
MINING     NEWS,
CURRENT   PRICKS  OF  METAL,
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LUCK   OF  THE   PftCSJ'EG'fOR.
Joe Morris, one of Ihe discoverers of lhe Ln Roi group ol
miner., and who transferred the
Le Roi to E. L. Topping in consideration of hi;-; paying lhe recording foes on the group, has
mttilij 7 locations for a Spokani
syndicate, on a ledge on Bull
River, hi this district, The
ledge carries oro closely resembling that of Trail Creel., Two
other claims carry high,grade
galona, bsaj-'ing silvor and gold.
One assay returned 100 ounces
of silver, fi per cent copper and
soma gold; a 7-foot ledgo, with
10 iuchos of high-grade pay ore
on the hanging wall. The hanging wall is porphyry and slate.
"East Kootenay is a well miner-
ali/.ed country," ho said, "and
undoubtedly a number of good
properties will bo opened up.
As a rule the lodges aro large
ind capital will be required to
develop them and locate the pay
chutes." He worked around
Moyio Lake, and along Hell
Roaring Creek, but struck nothing that mot his expectations
until he mado the discoveries on
Bull River.
tornatioiutl Transportation Uoin-
pany on the Kootenay river a
longer time than we had anticipated. The North Star, the
large boat, will run at least lo
September I and probably after
that, The Gwendoline will run
three weeks later.    We can al
; ou Wild Horse
"Electoral League" at Vancouver. The gentleman mimed, if
we mistake not, is lhe "Major
partake General" Kinchitnt who contest-
ii liiniiur nt!(jti Cariboo In the opposition interest unsuccessfully at the last
Provincial gonerul election. He
hud a breezy experience up I here.
Unannounced ho wont up from
Vancouver, carpet bag in hand,
and began to feel his way toward
a nomination, His reception
was cold, and ho determined incontinently to return and offer
himself as a candidate for the
suffrages of distant Cassiar. At
Ashcroft on. his way down, how-
over, ho learned that tho elections had been brought on at so
early a date Unit he could not
reach Cassiar in time. What
then does he do but hie him back
lists
my nu,nin l''ortSteeleithere. Ho was determined to
offer himself a sacrilice to tlio
public woal by some moans somewhere, lint, lhe Ciii'lbooans
would have none (if hlm and defeated him soundly ut lhe polls,
Tlm distinguished General (ho is
understood lo have won Ids 1,'nnli
by high merit in lho, commissariat dopiirlinenl) Ik not easily
rebuffed, however, and he may
he expected In bob up serenely
SO I '.",'-'1 ' "■  i'l lb,' .;'■■'.','.oils )-..')'
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I'Vnnl; I'odloy, barrister, of
Toronto, bus been appointed
commissioner of Immigration at
Ottawa, lie is a brother to Ihe
Rev. Hugh I'odloy, ol'Wlmiipos.,toCai,.booam1 K,entol. l)u
Islher
with head enough on him to devise a plan lo gol, (lie main street
of lho city sidewnlke.il, and energy enough in see Iho plan curried oul''
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on again,   ft is lo be hoped by,,     , .        ..
..      ,. . „   ,  ...   ,    .,   , least attend to al! small lots ol
the citizens of Fort btuele that Ull0ight u|ltil  lh„ wul  ot thu
these sanguine expectations will month,   while    passengers  are
be fully realized, but tho gentle- safe until Octobor 10.''
men will need to gol it hustle on.
KEEPINfi IT UP.
lu announcing tho removal of
J. F, Armstrong from Golden lo
Fort Steele, tho East Kootonuy
JMhi'i',recently started at Goldon,
says; "As is already known, Mr.
Armstrong has boon appointed
Gold Commissioner for the South
East Kootenay district and leaves
tomorrow for Cranbrook, the
seat of Government for that district." The Miner knew il was
lying when il said Mr. Armstrong was going to Cranbrook,
und that Cranbrook was tlie scat
of Govt, in this dislrict. But
lhe Miner is understood to be
controlled by Gol. linker, Provincial secretary nnd'owner of
Criiiilirook, or his satellites at
Golden, and this lying is only of
a piece with otlier reports of the
snino kind that have been scut
out before, It was lo boo.vpoel-
oil, Thu lownhile of Ci'iiiibrools
supports at present one sollltiry
log house, diiiiiniilivo of sizo and
iiutkplaUid of ago, Ilul oven
lhis, so contemptibly small in
Iho eyes even of ilsown claquei's
lias thai-'oviiwIalOovl'i bocuwo,
MINERAL EXHIBIT AT SPOKANE,
L. K, Armstrong, superintendent of the ininoral department
of tlni Spokane FruifFair, which
opens on Oct. lath, has issu-
a circular staling that special
pains are being taken this year
to make the mineral and mining
exhibit at lhe fair as extensive
and com plot- as possible. Here
is a line opportunity for tho
miners and prospectors of Easl
Kootenay lo bring Iheir oros
pl'oniiuenlly before the eyes of
lho investing public, and il
should he taken ll.dvahl.ago of lo
tho fullest e.vleiii. Our exhibit
al lhe Spokane fair last your
was highly creditable, and. di
reeled a greal deal of attention
lo lhis dislricl; bul this your il
could and should be increased
ten-fold. Tin: PliOgraaiTOlt will
gladly undertake to so,' exhibits
sent to us properly forwarded
and ofl'octlvoly displayed nl the
fair, Prospectors anil miners
should send in oxhibits as speedily as possible, as lho lima is
now gelling short, Lot there be
a prompt, hourly -md mil tod ro
-[.- -   l/o  '.'.' r< -' i', ..
OF INTEREST TO MINERS-
E. A. Cleveland, P. L, S., is
in the city. Ho is engaged in
making for the government a
triangular survey of this district.
Tho object of this survey is lhe
planting of a scries of "ininoral
monuments" to form a basis or
starting point for thc survey of
mineral claims. These monuments are placed at intervals
of several miles, and particularly in localities where any considerable number of mining locations havo been made. WheroV-
or a mineral' claim has boon surveyed prior to tlio establishment
of these monuments, it is Mr.
Cleveland's business lo "lie it
up" to the nearest monument, or
in other words to locate its relative position to tho monument,
This involve:-, considerable work
at llio expense of tho. governments, an expense which after
the establishment of tho monument will fall upon tho owners
of claims. Thus il is rpiite a
saving io the Provincial exchequer to have lhe triangular
survey made and the monuments
planted at as early a period in
the development of n mining district as possible. Mr. Cleveland's operations will extend
over tho whole of this part of
lhe Province.
RICH MOYIE PLACERS.
Messrs A. W. MuVittio and
Charles Parrel have returned
with some very templing heavy
gold from Ryder Bar, where
they havo been opening up and
testing tho gravel on the louses
hold by the Moyio Placer Mining
Co. Thoy report exceedingly
good results and feel confident
that this will be one of the
heaviest gold producers in East
Koolonay. Mr. Farrol is enthusiastic aiid declares that if he
had had known the ground lo be
so rich ho and his parlners
would have worked il without
the assistance of . a company.
Mr. MoVittie's detailod report
will shortly bo laid before the
shareholders. Samples of lho.
gold can be seen al thin office
inul al Uio Hunk.
Tl'K WEEK'S Mil-UNO HISCOUOS.
I'ollowing Is a summitry of tlio
Records In lhe Mining Record
er's office for lho Week ending
Angusl 251 In
SBW    LOCATIONS.
Giielph, SI, Mary's Hiver, by
Andrew Johnson; Black   Horse,
M.ot'ganou, Manxman and  Irish'
 n, on Norlh Pork Sl   Mary's,
bv O, Quiiriistroiiii Fungus, on
North Poiii SI. Mary's, by li.
Yuill; Huckleberry, on Sl. Mary's Lnlto, by D. Me Pari a no;
.Pa: i'i'!), oi. J-0W;i  by   Will,   I.'i;
vidson; Detroit) on St. Mary's llu
Lake, by Ed. Huston; Iron Hand,
in St. Mary's, by jj!, Tennesson;
Dublin, Edinbtii'g and London,
by Jas. Lawn, on Baker; Brum,
by H, Winiield, on Baker; Moonlight, Roland and First Chance,
ulLovatt's Pass, by H, Connell;
[ X L and Frisco, at. Sawyer's
Pass, by W. E. Carlyle; Comet,
iiiiN. F. St. Mary's, by G. H.
Williams; Wildcat aud Badger,
ui Baker, by W, A. Morrison;
Friday and Robinson Crusoe, on
Moyie Lake, by .1. W, Earns-
worth; lied Mountain ami Little
Vigil, on Wild Horse, hy T, M.
Websteri Sentinel, on Palmer
Bar, by B. Tncoo; London and
Paris, on Hell Itoaring, by E. .1.
Walsh; Presidio, ou E, P. Wild
Horse, by ,Tno. ft, Pollock; Gib-
ralter, on E. F. Wild Horse, by
fl. Fletcher; Miunotonka, on St,
Mary's Prayio, Biimpellfly, Margaret, on Bunnere, by Frank Allien; Blue. Diamond, on Lewis,
by Frank Aikin; Crow, oil Mark,
ley Flat, by Win. McDonald;
Baltimore, Klondike, Diamond
Jubilee, Sniper, Black Pine,
Dublin and Society Girl, on
Moyie Lake, by C, 0, Farrell;
Black Horse, on Movie L'tke, by
D, K, Newell; Royal Oak, Alberta and Prudential, on Moyie
Lake, by F. Gunidon; August,
on Wild Horse, by J. S. Sandford;
Nina, on Four' Mile, by Wm.
Houpt; Catapult, on Wild Hoyse,
by H. Fletchers Little Corporal
and Mnltuinah Chief, on Wild
Horse, by W. H. Crttik: Iron
Duke, on Wild Horsu, by B. W.
Olcott; Lucky Boy and St. Jo-
harm, oil St. Mary's, by Joo Ta-
enhausor; Lady May. on Bow-
cry, by Ira E. Pierce; Pawnor's
Dream and Eureka, on Sand, by
C. J. Eokstroui.
Le Roi ores, measuring
from _j to H fl. Tlie ludgo lies
clearly defined between syenite
and quartzite walls.
The Empire group has been
located by Robt. Little and D L.
Bettschen on the North Fork of
Wild Horse, The ore is a gray
oopper, and is contained in a
ledgo of aboul io ft, in widtli.
ft is on lhe same conflict as the
rich strike recently made by
Fletcher ri McMillan.
K. ,T, Highby has taken a contract to sink a shaft 7"> it, on the
Pearl claim situated on Perry
Creek aud owned by a Scotch
syndicate represented by Mr.
Young of the Invicta Company.
A force of men left here yesterday to bogie the work.
Government agent Armstrong
ihls week visited the route of a
propose'! wagon road from Bummer's Flat on th)- Koolonay
Rivor to Tracy creel,-, The
minors on tho crook wan: assistance from ihe Government in
building a road to convey their
ores to a point of shipment.
Government agont Armstrong
loaves on Saturday on a trip of
inspection up the St. Mary's
Trail, lie will be absent II or I
days ami will look inlo the complaint made in last week's Pros-
it.'"">'; regarding the necessity
of a bridge over tlie North Fork.
Doc. Huff, formerly bur lender
nt the Grand Centaal Hotel, New
Will
"I;.
found dead on Six
CEltTIFl-A'I'KS OF. IVOliK.
Lottie C., at Sawyers Pass, by
E. L. Whitney; Evil Genius,
Little .lim and Rory O'Moore,
on Perry by A. T. Stevens;
Whitehead, on Black Current,
by W. R. Gallup; Mono on
Mark, by 0. Field; Hidalgo, on
Lost, by W. M. Sprague; Prairie
Queen, on St. Mary's Prairie, by
Frank Tracuy: Wilcoine, North
Fork of St. Mary's, by T. T.
McVittie.
LSWIS OREEK FUEEOOLD.
Don, McKay, who in partnership wilh .1. M. Burke, owns the
Lucky Star group of ii olaims on
Lewis Creek, is iu the oity.
They havo been sinking a shaft,
which is now down 40 ft. and
have made a drift from the bottom 20 ft,, a second shaft, 15 ft.,
and an open cut, .10 ft. deep and
'JO ft. long. All theso workings
are in pay rock, which goes
about SI in free milling ore.
The vein is about 100 ft. wide,
and across-cut ou the croppings
shows 50 ft. wide of rock of the
above value. On one of tho
clninis, the Butte, . ft. of the
rock yields §>f>.20 in free gold.
Mr. McKay calculates that this
rock can be mined for 50c a ton,
and milled for !?l a ton, leaving a
wide margin of profit for a free
milling proposition.
THEr LOOK WELL.
S. Hi. Boyer and -I men aro
clown from Lewis creek, where
thoy have completed a ilO foot
tunnel on the vein of thu Dorsey
claini, which wilh the. Black-
Cross ami Crystal Lake claims
is owned by Mr. Boner. Those
claims adjoin tlie well known
EstOllu property, and contain
extensions of the same vein.
Tlio ledge on the Dorsey is i! feet
wide, with 12 inches of solid
galena, assaysng 75 ounces of
silvor and C)2! per cent lead. On
the Black Cross a vein has been
opened Irom 2 to 4 feet wide,
running (it right angles lo the
galena vein and containing bromide of coppoi.', lend and black
iron. Mr. Buyer proceeds from
here to Sand crook where, lie is
doing
claims.
Donvor,
mile creek,—natural causes.
,1, G. Gordon, Collector of
Customs at Crow's Nest landing
camo up on lho North Star
yesterday,
Tlio Norlh Star yesterday
brought up a car load of oil for
the Fort Sleele Mercantile Co.,
and a carload of hav nnd oals for
lho C. P. Railwuy,
Several samples of gray copper ore brought in ft",n the Es-
jtella group this Week assayed
lij-dK in goid and silvor.
Banks Bro's have taken a largo
outfit lo Bull river, to work (heir
property there. They will run
in a 1110 fool tunnel.
John Keeno, Mining Recorder
will succeed O. C. Dennis as
Provincial Assessor and Collector at Kaslo.
Today wheal fetches .?! per
bushel aud silver 52 cents per
ounce,
GOVERNMENT BUILDING?.
Tlio ( onlrac.l for llie new (lov-
eruinent buildings at Port Steele
has been let lo J. .1. Lamont.
Tho. only other tenderer was N.
Hanson, Wasa, whose price was
only $15 over Lament's. The
building will be two stories 2(i ,\
5)11 frame, and will stand on the
Vomer of Sl. Mary's and Selkirk streets. Tlie ground lloor
will be. occupied by the Recorder
and the jail, and lhe upper story
by the Government agent and
the court room. It is io be ready
fur occupation by 1st Octobor,
and be completed by Isl November,
Tenders are called by advertisement in another column for
the new school house.
WANTED.
Tendoi's fur tin: Imriiiiijiiuitl delivery
of SOU bushels of .hru'uunl ut llm st,
Kitgono mint:,   Apply lo
JAMES CRONi-,',
Manager of die St. Eugene Mine.
KIIS 1'OH SCHOOL Ht'lLUIXO
l-Oli'I STBEI.-,
Ti'iiilins will In' riiii'lvi'il iii.lll niiuii ,uiS"
rp„NI)KI(
1     t'Oit'l
iliiytll': ltliiliiyo(Si,ili.'inl,M'i
Iiiiii iif the luiil'llnini'ii.v Iii"."
its idllur 1'
il.   Ail,'
I Aiiiiui.l.
Tliu linvi'-i .
intwl. A lln]
ili-on sldlii
illl|lll 11V llllll
Furl SK'i'li'.
iiili-r n
it |ii
Alll'ilst ll'll
I'. AHM"
assessment   on several1 —— —'
NOTICE.
  !    I hereby give notieo thut 1 lira niiply-
RICH IN NATIVE COPPER.          i 'i'l-' '"i' ," •«ii>_foi* of my l'etiill liquor
,„   , ,     ,        , ,,  lb' »' 'I'""' Hi" "'""I  Kiuili'Tlv ut
I. I,ove. who has   been devel- j K i.nb.-i-l.v lu llulcl Sours ut Moyle City,
uping Cariboo   Marsh claim, sit- Olijoutlo'iw should he ill.-.l Imfore ilio
ual.od I! miles wosl.of Moyio l-iilii-!-'«' duy nf s,'|,iciuI.,t     ^ __
near Lamb Creek, and owned by                         '    -.I'l.s.
tho Alberta and Koolonay Mln- notice.
ing Co., came iu a few days ago   TWi'is ''">'" ""w ,l""'] iiii"iiiiu,muiiri,i|,-
Wlth some   splendid  sa,inplesolV'll'»<l"V'',,'l|';1i'|''lf1'' '" ".HUnih
,.,.',,       ,    ,   ,     , in.'l Wiil'li'i .il \ Irtiirlii lm ii llm use tu rill nml
ore, which is a blend rich  in na-1,,,„„„,, ,,,,,,„, „„ Ull, i,,!,,,,,,,,,,, ltowlrtte|
live clipper; assays show au llv   iiuuim , n inn nt. in,- 11,,1-n, ,-.,,.i,,,, i,,., „t
erage. of -I pel' cent   copper and 15I""'- l'r„,llimnmiw i>i'i,-i)iii|illoii tiiuncti run-
Mi in gold,   The lead mensural-'","": ''"" '",'11"",1",' ,'""'""" '•"'', '"
,   „,      ,,fi .  , ,   .      , ,   ,     Mtll'lll'l'    IM'-U   l»l   I'lllllll-,   Illllll'"    in,nli     |„m
I ll, III iii. wide, und is frncoablo „ „„ „„,, „„,,„,.„„„„, „„,,„,,  ,,„ „'
for lllll fool.    Mr. Lovo   has  to j*-l»iin»'i->i r.utiiiiiuiiL-uinuiii.
turned lo resume work. m-o. ijuhvaii.
i   iimi'ii iiii* rail Aumiki. low, «
II, hiiiiilroi,   lho    Fletcher
Brothers und another have located I'oui' claims on the summit
of lhe divido between Iho Bast
Pork of Wild Horse Crook and
Hull liivor. The croppings on
the lodge show clean coppor and
i"on sulphides,  idottlioal   with
NOTICI:,
I lii'i'niiy ,i(v" uml,',, Hun thirty iIiivn nlli'i'
ititll) I lul I |nti|i|)l.v iii ihi' iiiiii t'(.iiiitii,,s|ni|.
III' t„r ll lli'i'll-l! I', null llillllil' l,y ii-Uill uii ||„,
Ul'l'tlllsl", KllllWll 111 till, "SlUllllHlllil   Ulltl'l"   „„
ihe KmiImiii'II nulli iiimiii uut" uml ii linn mill'!,
Miiiiinirsiiiiii ui'oolt.
VV  !-. .InllNHi.s'.
-ullll (-... vili ill.. 01 .V......J.. Uii,}, t ■Htimjinw r|Miiiwiwm--n. i-yr nn -\, mv ; n—n" I ~r'"——— ■■■-■■i-~""f~^:"—y_.«.»|---------.f ... _»_ _-.-.- -T_f_.-n_-^-irT|»-r. ._
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/.s   PUBLISHED   WEEKLY IU
i'lIK  PROSPECTOR COMPANY
.1, /.'   UIIACE, MANAdER,
THE    PROSPECTOR,   I'" bis paper or mi Iiie platform I some reason [pr being ijiorodu-|     ALL   SORTS   OF   NEWS,
during   Ilic  then  approaching lop,s as lo.this promise being ful-1	
campaign, its lW regarded such filled.   .After the frost  sols in!. P. Aug ., ■     !,..■(,■■,■.■".„'
support in Ibe naturi'ol'a il":".ll.v jthis wiirk will liavo io he sloj
setback to th'' chaucos of l.ln-ir (!"<!, oral leasl carried ou undo
success,     Mo!:.nos    bewiilO   a gfc'ijt  inoonvcnieucps,  and ser
Liberal  because lho Uonserva   otisly il looks i.,,, as if 'lie i '.>'■; olnssjiiid  liai.'nui'  Irom .•.,..■■.■.m-
the prospector   is puwwiej I live (loyernn.ienl would not qoni- would be hero long before tl).0|.tWo world, lofl yicioriatorKlon-
,,.-i.v ,-,.i;iini,ij-, mid ims ii minriiiiiivcii' |,,.| \\K ('. |'. \',y. f0 maintain, its' wntor main.-; hie,o heen  pui in dyke on the l-lih.
■ii"i ;:-i7,.77 ii"). JiViii'i'iii. i-ii'im-j, I'm-itic Coaijt terminus al I'o'i i^nd fho inaebinery installed   \V,el    The railway and tral}}c bridge
in>J i-untiiiiis Joubic ilio iu-i.s of u;iy I Moody  and   (bus promote bis do .yot desire to bii  unduly crit-|overt
all   i,liners   from   Ibe Columbia
il Kootenay mine,
Ono thousand i 'ople, (if ■ ryl
CHAS.   ESTMERE,
Draughtsman and
Blue Printer,
In Moyio Townsite Company
Office. N
FPliT gTJiiiJ-E
im
MOVIE LAKE
Cort Steele
Mercantile Co
nl estate maiiuouvorhigs the
i! of
moS^
:_i-\_u .a j
ms
it.'.' will li-iiyii Sliu'ln
\ iiiiiI Pi-liliiy u.i.
Both these  men are a disgrace i;t.i   the   Interests involved  tji'-jby   I1',   l-iimyine,   ol   Monlreiil, I ,'■,-,„•,'
lo iIn.' Liberal party                   Isijeh thativheu things appear to who  received   ilic  contract   at 7;8() A A/
,-|.bg going slow aud jn it linphuz j>!ii,;'iii,|.                                        i Qilnm-ndilg frUluy, -Jnlv lutjjj for
i    '    ■             :.,■""",               I„ ,,,.,!,,,. l„ , v-,,,)    ,)„,   |;.,|)S1.| l-l'>ll''',''l"l','--liil"M,ll,l'l.\Wi.'l''il'.V.
;,",! Western Hotni'iiiiijf  "ill  loan. Mn.v'ui mi
I  ,   [•    [)   ),j  j \\'i'i!im.,,ilii\s ami Siuiiiiliuii ut
iboiitto eoiii- '8!&0 I' M
Yi'l il is said thai Sir Wiltrid,
.ui'.   ,        . .      i        ,,      an   lOl'lll'.or, some lllipaiieliee en       i,, ..,,.1 ,., i
,'    Laurier, al  a momeiil whon ll',,''   ,,.',,                       , ■      ■-'   "u' '
, ,    .      ; ., .  i    ibe par! ol llio peoplo maybe ,.,•  .,,    ,, ,
,i„. iKirty was laboring in midnight .    :,.  ,
1 ! lustmed
darkness as to the estimation o
iail-jvnv   riii
I   (' I 'i Ull Ail   MJNT
the people of Hrilisli Columbia    *Jet supposing the promises of i!,ra''^P01'"1! ''
as to these iwo men, and wluiu fhe  waterworks  i)eu^lo currictl| <<l-n6b cunstruciion on ity) read
these  ty.'o  arrani   nierqenaries I out^ something more is iiyoded.\JA'ora Icpt-ietoii lo ..Irail
rLedgomakes!v/ero.rjapresonting theinsglves ng A voluuloor fire brigade should!   Over   1,000  lm
niiliai 'Great I the lights of the Lj.be.ral party ibe organised ami something in boon,  imported i
i'iv iii,
following
aritaiii makes »-o,000,000 nniiii- iu u proyinco  iy
Hl-.l:
iiolilieiii   l)ie way   of   tnols.
.'Mv i"it of tbe money she minis! leanings yvore an unknownquan- and mati.-ri
lor i'i' colonies," That i.- a tit}', promised, i)3 asprl of way, I use, This, organization ,-
greal deal mo-e than lho full l to giye Ibpm the positions (bey be couipleied before lhe v
anioiii'.i she puts through tho are noyy, with braien effrontery,yyorks aro feadv for use
minting process for the colonies j insisting upon obtaining The is l.> undertake i' Th;
jn a year, 1?he colonies supply iPreuiier, now in possession of' most interested in this toy
fho raw mati-rial and Great B)'it- the whole facts iu tlio ease.'and in il- progress pf
nin '--i simply pin 1 for ihaniifao- should not bositalo to say [Mm, |Steele are no! showing tha
turing i; lii!,i ooiri, aeoinparaMly to 'them tliat bis, pl'omiso (it j lie spirit in several ess
fively small a_!-uni|— so smallJpromise it was) was obtained ui.u1
li,. Canadian Government through .duplicity and shameless and
,!.":. ; I ;   il.r il'-;l lilmlii;
for their ish Qolumbia
, shouldiinlroducBd in
.'     Til!,,'Is lllll) Iv ,,1'n, ilivil   t'l',0111 f.'. M.
l.v  birds   have b"i)(>|). (Sulu Ik-i...ii Co., mete, ami
imi  Ciditornln |i""'ilt ""' ""lr|, Moylot'lty,
rotighoul Brii i'
"aware,  u-rocenes
Dry   Goods..
•M«|- ■■• -.w**—
apisaiu
'.\'''riiHiiiili,'   llie
ni iior fiilil p.'sls.
JWTIIEiH)
RXOIIANGE   .SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
UIO SUVUl' I,I,lies j CA_II PAID KOROOLD OUST.
„■.,(,,,„    il !
, i;.\i haniow I'.iiciiiri' ,t coij.Ki;-
',1'IONS    MAiS'llLKil,
closed
a;
,|i
has. always (onsidered ii cheaper j deceit, and therefore hoi binding
ci as.-, il-,,. British mint (hail to on him to fulfil. Sir Wilfrid. *„
establish one in Canada The (far In his administration, has
seigniorage on silver coined by shown himijell capable of using
thc British mint for tho colonies -,, -•-,.,,.,j- and decisivi hand in
doo.-. hoi go '.') thi: British Gov- dealing with the presuiuption of
i'llllin n.. i'al to the ColonialIpolitical puppets of the kind
Governments. The LodgOurges now undor consideration, ami Ids
iis mistaken notion regarding "Liberal fyiends !; Brilisli Col
British profits on oolonial miat-1umbia.will expect hhu i -n- '"P
ing as a reason why Canadian duty in this oase.
silver should be used  for I'an.a-: ,  ~
dian  fractional   coinage   in a I   Wimam ^mpeman,  '"" •-
Canadian ml;,:    Thi. ii  thiuks| men in the Libera! rank,or ln-,t
,„   11 • ,,        ■       ,   .,   ish Columbia,  deserves welat
would improve the price o) sil-l-
■ „-''„ ,-'„„„ i„ .,  „   ., i    -,i      the hands of the political party
ver m Uanada, a-second mistaken ' ,.
now m power at Uttawa, ai
vbich  Ibey  should
e In mak homos :
is am! moke Port Ste,
is have a .tain lo ,
at lh
'. iliafis sold payable in l.xuhango
*■*'''       mi all principal points iu
■on recoil ing, j America,
ill    Iiie   bullet ' NEKERENCES,
her by il, V.' Hxoliimg- Nutloiuil Hunk    ilpokauu,
Sho l_f t   SU1 -  1 'iiiumt-i -lill   " "        I'urtImul.
,     ,      1 Xiu, Hunk nil'iiiiiiiii.ii'i'ii Kiinstist.'Uv
r  in   Austin,  ,,.     ,,   .     , ,,   , ,, ,   ,,
I-its. N'luloi'.nl Haul; l_t-lu, I'll.
"' nnawai- ol  .Mer«hanH Nm. Hit,)',; Portland.
uuate (vini'.an
FUR1MISMING GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES. ETC.
flflV. OflTS. FLOUR AND BRAN
BUTTER, EGGS AMD CHEESE.
n?mnn'iinir!!wriifiinn,nfiiii|yfTi7!iJTmmnTi)T»??i?i'"Tmriy'nfmr
the ,mm TIN SHOP.
a contra
nuel wort
■one io Kaslo Personal attention paid ts all kindt
!' -■''■'' -'rl of Job work,
ho properties
Liberty Ilili
Tlie owners
;i, because there heinn no'""" "' !"'""' -."","""-- -..,,
A.   duty    on    silver.    ,,,„he wants the faout.  Gr-veruship _,w
.',.   I, ... i   i  ..   ,   of the Province, there is no man   ..;,
notion
impor
world'..,.
., -i , , • .,       who so well degervqs the proter- ,,,,, .......
il does no',',, and even if there .       ' . .     outasae&a
, , , ,,      hnonl or who bv virtue ol his,,.,,!  ,. ,„
was an import duty, so small are        ' ,".,. ,   .   ,an<i thon
the required yearly additions to IP«^y lidolity abiHty foradmui- lhii, ,n,;i!
oar fractional ooinas'o, (nol QX.pstmtionof the office and nobil-jmfty offtl
oaedins ».a0,i)0U) ihal the prod- lty <ri l""'*;,,llul ehavactor, is so top them tied up from year to this missile' previously made'vt
„,   Pi,   ,,„,,,•       ,, ■      miiihentitled  fob.   This,'pin'
uot ol the Gauadian silver mines | .    ,
,, ,    .,   .,, ,. ion is shared, wo are certain, bj
could supplv  it   ,ill liliios over; ,'
every year,   I: is not possible  '''', '""' "'' CVi'''y |0° ot ■   ais* thinks.Garlyle's remedy for this echoes tho London Times on blooming people of the'Province, abuse  wouW  discourage  pros- metalHsm and says it sees no
'xpect tha;. this tunnel will
rosscut l-l well defined lsdgos.
'Gliomas Flannig'tui, brother of
fames Planiiignu, the champion
uiiiiii'or thrower, throw the l_-
iouik" hammer Hill foot nnd 4
nchos at. the Catholic. Club
janies at Jersey City Heights.
I'lie largest authentic- throw of
Shoot Iron Stoves made to order.
Hot Air Drums a Specialty,
"Te.wTiioHe.
■ at a cost lo linn of nol more: ( w iior,
nan  s.'i   each.     The    'Prihune\   The    Westminster     Giiaette
therefore, lhat the establishment
of a mint in Canada would inilu-
eiioo Hie price of silver in the
'slightest,
Bul iliot a inliii  should be es
tablishi'd iii Canada is becoming
Consorviltivo nnd Liboval alilo
FIRE  PROTECTION,
The largo number of buildings,
nil  of   frame,   erected  on  our
main business street lhis year
y every day, asjMugS about a condition of dan-
be  iiui'iiii ;•   population   ii''l|ger_rum lire that did not here-
IS ill,'!
di'inaud lor cuin. A Ciinadinr
stalillo of 1.871 provided fur a-
gold coinage in Canada, bul in,
Canadian '.'eld coins hav
poctors and drive an important
element in the progress of uiin-
haiioe of the Indian mints being
reopened to coinage of silver, ad'
oral development out of Uie Held j ding; '-To fool any longer with
altogether —the euro bein;.'; Preside;,; .McKinley's coiumis-
worse limn the disease itself,—ision is surely unnecessary. ,In
therefore it says the law should j declining lo abide by the market
remain ns it is. We disagree value "of silver as the standard
with tbe Tribune,- the.liHy should of currency  value,  India   has
NOTICE,
I hori-liy yivc notieo tlmt I have applied to die Chief Commissioner of
Hands and Works for lieense to but
timber on the following described
piceo uf land situated on south side cl
St Mary's lllvei, nenr Perry creek trail
i.n llle lunik of St il/nry's river, eom-
ineiu'in!.- ut Initial stake about '•> miles
aliiivu tlie western boundary Lot I, (,'. 1, ^K
thenee smith 10 ehains. llienee west l'_.)
ohalns, thence north Id eliiiins, ihenee
eusl lai chains to Initial stake, liein;; six
hmiili'i'd and forty acres more or less,
Jtsst   Received.
A Car-load oi St; Charlies Cream.
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luted this J one (Bill. 1SH7.      all   IP-        ^- «s
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NOTICI.';.
nollee lhat sixty days .,g f m GOIDinOtllOUS SaTOPlC
ilend In apply lo the l|?j
Herehy p-ive nollee lhat sixty dfty.sh
nfter ilule I Intond In apply lo the!"
Chief Cotuinisslonor   of   Lands ami  '^j
IVorli's fur pui'dlisslon to purchase H;!0 v-ifjr
ii'.','.'.' of land situated notu' .Mark oreek jjfei
Rooms tor Commercial Akn
  ■ in,'i','"ls"'; ll»' li.l'uri; ,.vi;.;l, and which will be I be amended to prevent this ac-ltakoii a slop toward demonetiz- , ••,,.,, ,.   -    „■
,   i' ii-.. ,  . ,    ,        . , ,   ,     ,   , ,. ,     ■ -i       ' t in-    in Ine district or Easl  Keiii-niay. U. C. i^g.
iiucli increased when winter sets | Inixiwlodged abuse, mid it can he | ing silver.   Japan and Russia (,oin,iK:11,in}, ttt Ule s,m,,,01,sl' uol,nol, m
11ACGAGK TOAX.I''K1!11_U PKEE
in and liundrods of stoves will Soamended without iutorffii'ingjhaY°ndoptetl thogokl standard,
bo alight, day in and day out for j at all with the roasonable libi
'.are fvwi montlfa.   Prudence thoroforede- ties of the prospector, whose
and no one moans to go back on
'"lit,   They will soon say so and
be in minted, The same siauito | mtm(|s ,),.„ ,|„, grQatost possible | forts are the making of all min-
providud thai lho Hrilisli soyor- j precautions be ta-lton in tlie first ing camps, Simply lot Carlyle's
I'tgn, at wi.M,;;,a nl ibe Aiiiei'iean',!,„,,, (o p^vuni flres breaking proposed amendment upply t-j
gold eagle, MO, (a li.'-.ed  weigln L,l(> am) ■„, (|„, socowi place to the re-looutor of a claim, and ilalo managing director and engi
not be deterred by the possibility
of a Bryan viclory, and dismiss
the question finally."
J. 13. Powell, C. K, of Nolson,
il    lo   pennyweights   and   1*^ provide   moans   of   quenching not to tho limn who originally
grains Troy) should bo legal tou-thomi   Pour years ago tho town stakes one.   Prospectors in the h„    .    - ,.
flr„v in Pniim n      T',-,, n-.i   _i ■ ..u-U-i ■._ ... , . ,l x _l«i<S    I KM'11 JI ) KHIlUSa   (UK'C'
....     77   ...    ,    7... ,'.!'.  I"f h«slo was swepi by lire, and |grent  majority  of  cases stake ,.,,;„;■ 0r  ,[!,  Groat   Common
woalth Mining and Development
noer for the London Gold-Mining and Development Company,
has boon appointed direotor-in-
son," ailviu
treasury in i
to tho eaiiatUtui ro<;oivetl a check 'from which ill their claims with tho objootof
 '■'   ul" has not oven yot fully recovered, soiling them  io   people   with
stead ol a special home coinage, i ,y  simj|ai.   conllagration   hero, money enough to carry ou dovol
lllllS    I 'Veil!',,;:     llio    loss   I'roii  '
M    HOT S COLD RATES
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land  route   to  lho   Kjondyke
wear,
'  ««b   rom       w lIo ,, irreparable injury, opment, and  if the prospeotor^ ^JL " Pow^i ivifl io-
ni,\ ioiii|>iiii,.lm|  oomulg just  nt this  time has a full your after recording in |cuto and survey llm route this
y oi ', greal gold ; |11;1,]i, BVan thro\v us wholly oul. j which to olfoct a sale, ho has no j fall.  Tlu. company contempliitoi
'"   like Canada, Lj the running  for supremacy] reasonable ground for complaint, being in a position next spi-ihj
Company.    This company will
undertake lo esiobiish; an over- uoros uf laud more or less at the foot of
Ml. Mary's lake. Iiogllllillijj al pint at
the northeast eoriier of Sl. Jlnry's lake
and I'liniilns SO ehains easl, thenee 111
i'liiiins soulli. Ihonee 111 ehuins west,
r less, to Sl. Mary's laki', Ilioiii'ii
post of W. A.  Mi:L.  Meaehem's pro-
emptloni thenee East, -Id ehains, ihenee
North   SO ehuins.   thunee   West HI
ehains, thenee South Sileluilr.n, to llie jK I       f*       f\n
point of eoiiinicneeiiieiit. | Jj£ J       I)      Itj
Auubiit Banks.   \m        u'    *• '    vi
Dated al Curl liteele. 11. C, this '.Mill j S
„iiyof..„„,A.u..,snT. :,:   | GOLDEN, B. C.
NOTICI::.
Xotiee is  hereliy alien that, sixty
days niter date I Intend to apply to. the
Chief   Commissioner   of Laiuis null
Works for permission to pnreliasi; 3211
RATES $3 PER DAY.
producing
wiib iis Kootenays,   its Cari^ ] amotiy the coi-tros of population I But make it a condition binding It0 lui:G ll11 hinds of iroighi as I aioim at, .Mury'H hike to the piauoof
boos and iH Clondykos,  to be toBasl   Kooiemiy.   Four years ou the re-locator that  the work 1^'-" "M'assengors to the. m-w!,i,mm,„,L!„10l,t.
oiln
''"' J'|out means nf protection from|ord of tho same proporty can bo
|lir". jus! as furl Steele is now. .obtained,and the object in view is
Afire broke ou; ai Kaslo and I evltivlnad    yithout    interfering
using ll
efiild
eutnur'u
ly its oi
;- iustei
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her  Sena
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Vic n"i;
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vacant
>,   till
■xpir ition
Dowdn,
y's ton
i i    niii''
Vi'lilber
Ti"
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Mclnne
he (lie lib
Eldorado,   Si;; hundred miles ol J Wii.mam Cvhi.in
Kaslo was absolutely with- jmustbo done before a second rec-t|1Q ,.„,„,, wju i„, UVer prairie |   Dntnd July If). 18H7. I
country and -00 over plateau or
basin and  ibe  reiuniniiig dis-
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MAJIL STAGE LINE
unco by waterways,   The pro
motors claiiii lhat Ihere will In
BotwiJen __
Golden pr Fort Steele,
Leaves Fort Steele 7 a. in. every Friday,
due to arrive at (.olden Sunday evening.
'■f!ito3ns we ecoml "' 1m'!I"  with lho prospector in his boneli-, m     jtous       ^ „„ „,„,,.,,,„„,,
sly  o>   look   on  while  thejceiit worif of searching out mln- „..„,.,__...-■_ i„-^Tm.r„.,„,...
later pari of their towri was I eral riches, "    "    ~e^T~	
iverted  into ashes, md many ,    -',    . i  ^-„,..., - -, . i.™,!,,,,,m*,
izeDs who thi      .• '„   'i.' leir   The Spokane V'swcn.'euinment-1^ ;-,,'. ,,;„.',,,,,„,,.„.,„
r   '.,-...    i'1- '"'• '''"'  proposal   of  ...nine of! I,,,,,:, ..,; vi,,,   ,. e;,'ii,ii,i ii'i'i-i'iiiilsMi'iii,,]
',' ihe Kossland iioopl" lo ind an '"'r'1 1"1"';'""'1"' ''-'■" 1'!,v"' '""' M ^m^,„om,u,
id Inline anil '     ' ' , inn w ol Unu Rlv«r i-nmiioiwliw m ilic    onu-it JulySlml, |Wf,
,,.    ■-,   ,  export duty on iho Trail Crook n, w.p_»t.i>i_nu.ti utiik> loii nr n tunu.ii.unj
i-  >" ii ai . ,   ., „i..„,, .u„i. , I,, ,,,.■ hum .,,..,,,
NOTICE,
1,1. W. Kiililn-ini. li.'l'.'li.V t'lvi' lliilk'ii llllll |
slxiy tliiys uflPr lint,) i Inli'inl lu ii|i|ilyl,illii': ,     ti..T.,x./iiniM.i   *t.u.   ,,,\.,,im,l,i,  n I nrirnn
eiiii't i;„,i„„iiiiiinii.'i' .„' uinis mui works lor PASSENGERS AND ILXPREbS CARRIED,
in,nul;..I.in tii iiiii'i'liim,' ll'll) iii'lui, „( iiiiiii sttn-
iltuil III limit Kiinlt'HiiY illstt'ltll mill ili>sci'lliilil
us follow,.: iiuiiii),-)ii'iiid in ii ims! iiiui'i'il ut I
Uu, Minim uM imi in r nl lm ;ia. ri'"n|i I. iiiiiiiiii'
III'.',lull' j v-i 4 III lOllllllii. ll.in.'i' M.lllll Wlrllllllll,. Ilil'lli!
I'i',''' "(  net tll i'liuiu", ilu in i' north HO i'lllllll;, lu |iliii"
illli'llii'lllilil.
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-ays   irnly   enough that
iilii.nt Mill
I uu.I I'lllll feel iini'lli cf lln'
tooay we v
helpless in
in a simiinrlv
I'lilinnir iilil'lliK. t ,u in inililiitf in i'liiiins mist
while   llie   I'.   S.   oft'Ol'S   il   f l* _01 thun-u 10 uliniiis soiilli. I lie-in I i'IiiiIiin m sl
inarkel    to   everything   Trail'
i Ireok lias lo export (iiiunoly fieri
a premium on political charla-j    lint how is tie-, a ssary pro- copper-gold  ores)   lhe   United
lauisi'i similar to that which motion to bo speedily provided? states people run up against a
would iie accomplished by ,i|i in time, of course we will have Canadian tariff with everything
pointing McLagan oi' ibe Van-1 it, for a most effective water ser-i they havo to soil to Trail Crook,
couver   World   tu  tlie  Seuate.ivice by gravitation can be ol,- vVlillu this is, in a groat measure,
Both  of  ih   ineii   by  iheir tained at comparatively little ex   correct, it dues not imply ibe
weathercock courso in ibe pas; pense by conveying water uijghu.-i spook of limit llbol'iility
have forfeited ibe right In any through pipes from one of ihe u,i Uie partof tho Uiiil,Qd..ttttes,
particle of respect from tbo Lib- several mountain streams that 'phey admit tlio copper-gold ores
oral party. They aro a class of are heroubouts available for.|because lho market for copper is
mon wlmni nny party should l bn I purpose. Alreadj a inim- ulltBido of theljnlled States, and
hail the opportuiiity of getting jboi* of citizens have gol them j that for gold is universal. The
rid of, rather than be mad" ibe roIvos togelhor in asorlof pro-jlfnitoil  Stales coiiBiimos  more ^n,'|"lh",,,
siibjeris of lioiiorable   prefer, visional   company,   ami' thoy lead than il produces, tliorofoi'i) inmiii'	
lneiii.    Me I,iiyini was regard,,! promise to bine wmur running || tuxes our lead ores going in u"™,',„,,,',,
In huoIi sinister light by tlio Van   through   pipes  iu our  streets there, and that, very honvlly too,
oouVor Grits thai two j 's ago!within six weeks,   i-M judgingpplm  nation  (lilto   tbo woman)
ibe Liberal Assiioiiifion of Unit from the apparent absence of that ti'timpolB iis own virtuos
clij   appointed a oomiiilfteo lo!onorgy that lifts beon displayed| WU|  bear watching   as  to  Us
IlillS   ,1,,1'tll   I'l  ll'l-l llf I'lllllllll'lll'l
CII.1111,1-,3 E. I	
Am :i-,t lull. I'l.l,. I-
NOTICE,
Xolli-i, Is lii'rti'.i." fivini illiil llll tiiiys nflm
llllll" I illll'llll II, nl'l'IV In till'Olllllf Ci'lll.'ills.sinll-
iir nr l.imiti mnl Woili.s fm'n simi'lnl lli'tihsp lo
mil ,ini,ini'un llm li'iliiiviiii, ImitlHi -t'tiiiii,ii.'iii'-
IliK nt llm nniiii wnsl iiiii'liiil' posl lilimli'l nun
liiiniii'i'ii yni'ilw rronl llm WDSt liunli or Moylu
Illii',',' minim si'vi'i. mill'!, from tin iiiiiiiiii of
N01'ttti I si„vii, Lm,,,). iii |,;u,i Kootmiuy lilmrli'i, ll. C.i
SIM;,'iluy-. nf ui ilim.' I Inti'iiil li i'l'l'1)' i" '-In1; i;,,.,,,,,. ,,..,-1 it sixly I'liiilinii lllolli'fl mnn iwnniy
Olll, ( Oi ||, siiiiiii' ill  l.lllllln Illul Wiil-lii- l.il' | ,.;„i|ns; Ui,.|ii'i' li..|'lll"lnlllvillllllim I lii'iii',, insl
liii'inl-sliili lu nn ,'liisi'tlii'lolliiwlniiiliisri',lii'.l|.j| c.||.||ii,,i   lli'inv i li nnii liiiniii'i'ii i-lmliw:
luml; i'ii'iiiiiiii''' ,m ut ll li'Hl Ulioul (HM (vol "ii j |ii,.l|,,l,0)l,,i,f„i.i,v i-lniliiHi itnan-i,snnlli iniclinn-
HO MOylu tllVII' flit  llll:    (lro,l (ilmlliHl llll ,,(-.- W,,,l IIVl'lllyi'llllllIM llll'lll
,vr," Kor full purllciilars Apjily lo
 E. A. ELTON & CO., Aflenls.
vn.
FORT STEELE. B- C.
KtS_Ml?StaT£ and dealers in all kinds of roinjh and
dressed lumber.
Iil'lii'ininllll Millli'i'i't I'
I1.1VIII N
i',i,ii'.i.iiii,'n'.i nei imr,
.Him i
t.'ltlol 0'
NOTICE.
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Ilnlrll ill I'MI'I Sll','1,'. II.C. tills-.'"llll llliy III i
W. II. Id IE S.     II
PRICES AS I'OLLOWS:
NOTICE
Itallgll I, her tu riniiiiii'lni'i,,,4)16.00. Itiirllii No 2 llmirliig;  WZ.OO.
"" '"i'",'l'ii' 'I 'i- I,    Mull"- li lioioliy itlvi-n Dim nlxty ilnyi. tilti'i' i ( j,„.||i1 ,.,,,„!„ *1(I,(I0, Klistlu No I WI.IUI. I Inoh Hoiuloil nil.
iii'i'iiiiniii'nt n iKisi  iim,,, i siiiiilii|i|ily loiii" oitli'l (loiiiiiilssl ' iiionii im.m.iii                              ,,,,..
 K n ,. • ,„ |H nml Woi'liH Ini' nilsulun in nn mul; N" "' " llluh ,||K"'"«  Wi011,        bin Nn J mM
,,,„ i.i, ..- i,it„ ' „ imivu tltnlioi n mi ii til""""I Iiiiiii. Hluiula I Mo I   II Inch llimrlnu; WWU.   I Int'll II i,',l coillti|j No 1  t'K.llli,
■I'i'iiiiiii. oi Ui nmllioumlotll)Vu lino,o, olidw "I i> l»'»(| Nol!  •! hii-li llnoiinn lEI.ini   |,'liilsliliii( Itiiiilinr Noli dill),
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l.ill," S'.ni'l'l n.ii'lll   OUHl,   I'lil'lii-I- "I  At'Oll.  I,l'll,'ll'li  I'lllllll, l'-i'.uu,
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""imil,ii mnl i-'iiitiiln-1 ilii'ii.'i'i'ii'.i in i'liiiins, llii'iii!!- wmlli lllll I'linitiK
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►  i     .i.i" i iiiii. mill nay ol Jul!', mui.        u
Tho Largest Stook of Dry Liimbor in EiiRt Itoritonay
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flowing records have beon entered
::   I',"'  Stool..-   (Joyoruineill   of
NKM   - :.     .-. •  ':   l i'i;,ni.
Bun!:     U      i .' like, by C ('..
■ a   •        Coml inn tion,    Shtioij
■.".    II riios nml others;
Mo■■':'■■- tu, Shei [i Crock, by ('.
Ha   ics: S    ■;.-:  Sl |i > 'ro tli
in   Win    I'i ,.. :   Maple  Leaf
Uiin    ( :    if,   bv    II    11
Irov   •■■   \ ,".: it    Mark Creek
lj'    :'     II,   '!'"   lor;     ll'ni     I,   ';..
■'.' tl Ho   oCrei :'  by JiVi.i. Ua\
nisuu:   I'lnoli   lidd.i und  llonry
I '-'I"    bt    '.V     I'.    II,'iii","   ('urn
iddii, Wild Hi rso Crock.,' by \Y. '
It. McMillan: Montauu, K- uugo
ino. II ■ i :.v . .' .' lj : Isi ui
Butte, Hell's I'i,,;'ii _ Crook,
E    •', . ilu ;    ii"iytrn;i,'.
Punsv, l.'.uly Am nd Pi •. i-iu
-■ - :: ' eel . by 11 Tliiry
:',.]• . , Apex, Si NJarv's
i.i to , D, 'i: ■ c; Mon ig,
tirundy i ivi . by I' >\. Telch;
Susan, St, Mury's I ule, by Jno
'        ;   Adn;     I . .   I;   Creok
by S  ',  Lioyer; Mi i.iana,   King
•-,-'■'.:,'   :  Bud   I !"'"'■ ' .  I. ".'.':-
■■" '      ' l-    li,    '       11   . .;      i 'I-'
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Hi    Creok,   '    '.'     I'    'ia tl
.   ! - '   '       by T
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Creel,    by  E  H   Hughes;  Mo
Iroal, Paul Levi mid II
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I   ■• ..    by    II    II    Was
\' innipoi      '• t. ■.,--   I'■•
Tims.   Don :' ft,    ' '.'
Crook,   by  II.   1.   Jones; I   "
Ro '. Snn.il i ri,      ■'. P. ''  I3isl
ii,.: Augusta, Wild li"!'-'  I "
by li. Iiin"-" D     'Pi      '■•
Jfi in   i Ihuck   Cre ;     b;    \   M
Toggnrt;     Wisconsin,   It
Crook, by Wm    I'   Hal ; Silvi
Chief and Orphan, Office Cr
by i )■ i'l I'- din: Nlunipsi i
i - :   bv E  li.   Irving; ','■-'
Kakoi Cr'oi      ".  li  !.. P;
Spotted   Him s-   and   I!.   ■'.   M.
Nu!"" Creek,  by l>. E   ':
Keystone,   bead   of   Wall
('ri'.'-. by Thos Staibird; !.
dyke n id   Yiiko
i 'i.-lv   by II.  t\  (',,".". D ■ o,
Hull River, i".' Tin--     -'
Fine,   Noble  Creek,   by  ,1,  A.
Fisher; Noble Spy and  Atlanta,
by C, .1    Hulyoi'; Hallj I.' I
,v 11. uml Four i 'rown,   Miil'.bi'w
■ i'i'.', by i\ ('. ll, .■ hton,
Ilujii'   Sko ikiini i 'iiiii'i,  ' V, ri..
by Win. Bosso; Rebecca, i( de
( i !;. by Jn.-.   Morris;   Eileen,
[jIikI     i Iiiii ,    Nellie,   (ioldeii
Chief     i    Boston,   Pyramid
iii'i i' Iiy .I,-.-'' Hutchison; 'I', &
B., I ,1" C'l-f-i If, by Han Mill!
gan; Kin] I ""'i"" and Tip Tup.
I.rv, is ('reek, I", P. ,1. Shields;
Summit, (.Irubsluko, Albulros,
|{ Mastodon und War Eagle,
by r. ll. (loniior:; Roivnn, Lull
bock, Kirbelfun, lloiisliec, Wroli
in Hill tun! Kim inglon, Pyrninid
Creek,,|, K, HoiiglilouiNij litKid-
ri.   ? igger  i' k,   Iiy   llitp|)v
,l;i.l;; Mui'kl(') Fliti, l.\ (I. deli
:■'.. I "iiii. Pyrninid Creek, by
,l, " Mult bison; Kloiidyko No.
". Si- .Mil" Creek, by I,. II,
Cnrlson; Kuyuiond, lloiildel'
i ,,' 'I,, iiy T. i'   Ariiisli'oiig; i.i
IiIh, by F   D   Itoi I ■ ue; .lim
(lilli-, Peuvine Crook, l.y W. II.
Pi iser;   Queen  ol   Uoolsios nud
KI lyke,   Matthew Ci k,   Iiy
I', .1. Il.i tun; Bonilii ;i"il Iron
Clad, North Fork Wild Horse
i'i I;, lie ii   llniivis and Adam
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iinil Nn, ',. iiuiiii nf Criinbrook,
by .1.   M,   Farusuorili; Exhibi
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|J   ■ ,    'i     ,,, ",':, North Fork
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....  FORT STEELE'S NEW HOTEL.
W. M. TITUS, Prop'r.
EUROPEAN PLAN,
. Nl) BAR,
CATERS POR BEST TRADE,
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS.
I'i -i views ol lim Iiy unit Selkirk Mountains aud Kootonny
und St. Mary's Kivors     t.ocutud. on high bluff overlooking
junction of tho two rivers     Postottioo and Custom House
i:i-.i across the street     Locution most central for Business,
This Hotel will open in a few weuks     Annex now ready
for Lodgers	
For Offices Stores;, or Rooms in the Hotel, Apply Immediately at
"^Wlttl The Annex.
CNEY,
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BUY L0TS
M0Y,E 6'"
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. . Kimberly, B. C.
Now uii'ler iiinniigeiueiil of  M-
C .   F .   SEARS,
Is ready for tlio accommodation of ibe
TRAVELING PUBLIC,   .   .   .
PERRY,
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;       ',,.;..
Hie Xiitionul Matto l-ineltoi'
i' '   ' liclll,    ollClip   (lllll   >illl|l|i
mo '""ii iii muttingsi',il|iii'ule ore,
■ ii 1, ;i- nickel, coppor, gold, uml
silver ores, in  localities where
' i.n ores nnd fuel are source und
alniosi unattainable, our pyritie,
jacketed   Matto Smeller
■" en i"" ■- i.ized wilh highly
•   (m lory   results,   and   hns
in "ii thoroughly tested on vnri-
■ ti, Biiljihido umi iirsen-, .
in i ipncity n: i in ni enay that litis an unlimited supply ol water tor
■ li'bv His the simplest niilHnii inul motor inirposcs. . . Now is the time
-! I.' gold uml silver ore , ,     , ,    ,', .-,      , i       „ i:
to .secure valuable lots. . . tor terms and conditions apply to	
D. A. MelNTOSH,
THE MUST ELIGIBLE MINING TOWNSITE IN
EAST KOOTENAY IS	
erry Qn Perry Creek
In the center of the richest mining properties
in thc world. . . It is the only town in East Moot-
D. A. MelNTOSH,
Soli  ,,-1 q|        , ' ng, and c ntrnling Unit,
i "■.','11 iii'ilitv.
FREIGHT
LINE.
It requires no o.\ti' dlnary
"   ' ad ores,  no   fluxing
I und nofuol lor Ihosmol
1,111'lod,  Tin' >ul
■i er  'i iin' hit iv. iis natural
and ii-. cosl  liu- no
"i  ,vlth nu.. othor pro
■   ci ■. on!ruling,
THOMAS McNAUGHT,
Real Estate Agent, Port Steelo,
on
Confectionery
III v
Large-
Fresh
Stock at
Gann & Co's.
Fort Steele Meat Company.
3;rcsh and Salt Meats always
on hand.
HclJcr & Vandecar Prop's.
Riverside Avenue,    •    •    -    Fort Steele* WW.
*!H!!!!!!n!!!!!H!!!!l!n!!!!t!!H^!!!!!!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!!!n!n!!!!m**:
I   First
(Lodging House. J
Sfw **■_
Mining Broker und Pinaneinl Agent, Fort Steele.
■ i. d       'i'
,Vi :n" oreiiiiri'd i" funil b nny
■-      i i .
 |llll III'   pluil!   ruin pli'l''
..llll li
to    -,i mini ii .'  leopld, '-''I
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■, und luriil  ir men lo nm
il lil'lll   ....   ,.    ,    |,i",UU',lis.
I'l'iei    . ml    |„ t'il'ii'iitlons,  with
... i    .■    ,, ..:   ll   lilliolimlh   iill
III ,' ", I    \,' I
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:     i,    '   - i    C ""'    '   I
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;-        | Ci'iioli by T
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I-",,I-l       i   -..       i,v    .Inn    V
I'luui       Brewery
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I.i," ll'.MU.NT    01''    I III.MIl'.M.
lil.1,1'. "I'll in   1','nl, l,
GOTO
The New Store
I'm' llui'dwiiro mul i leu.'iui Moi'iihandlse,    All now ^omls,
Specially sulli 'I to local Iriule,   l.iirgoaiid coin]ilolo slock,
YOUllS l''(H' BUSINESS,
OIL.PIN ^ l_IINI>SAY,
l-Yiri h   ' li
_3
B OPPOSITE THE STEELE HOUBB
£ 3
i PRICES TO SUIT EVERyBODy. |
g Mrs.   Levett    Prop. 3
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Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiai^iiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^
Tin- iidvoi'llsoinunl of il»' Moyie I'liui-r Mining (in. I,til. is
withdrawn until ruvthur nollee. a ggg"SS_S-!S-_-_*9____
_ .L   SQRTS   OF   NPWS,
jjauiw Jiad an aiidignee wi<th
fil.e Popp at fho yntirtiip while in
flOlflO.'"
PafPJfl.'.i'fi   Pacijiie   ijtoplj   has
journey.   "Vortliward.   Andree,"
The date of the message, cannot
be nsuertiiini"!.
'/'he Nelson .Mjner (jjiinpuiiees
the mine are compelled to board|jgS868S9e?S0S? """""""^ $$$$$$$##$
nt    the   company's    boarding? 18
lions,;, and all the supplies for
that   boarding-house   are  pur.-IS
1 DALGARDNO   HOUSE. Mm
mmm?
l'l'i;;.t Ijio liuaneial arrijngpmenls LflliJjtsgfl in  Spokane,
hav.. been inade jor iho go isiniu   the men havo wives and
FO RT
B_iiL,/E:i
B. C.
A,
(■•ecep|ioii on his return to Mon.
((•■eai this weiilj.
.'(.yo liundreij  oonl ijiinei'S are
•-""■;' •• | ■■',..'   "I'Oiiv.w moon |l|(|0(Moi'iii!.'i'.,.>'! i,i;    mi- jiji.-ii ttji-tu mwa ujjii i-.i t'.- ,«
t„uc)io(l /_...    Liti-tspriii-itMioi L      f h   N(l|„,„, ^. isocjliiigton in lh.   States, and the greater ft
Ijaihyay, vyhiii'li wjl) connect a) j portion of iheir \yages are soul 5
,Laiiri.or is to be giy<in ii bilge the international |'ioiind;iry will: jfo their families, so that Boss-]8
|tl brunch of jhu (.In-at Norlbcri), l,and derives vftry Utile benefit,£
at Doniior's Perry, j from its biggest lliine,   Whether a
Tbe railway, during 'bo |(wt|any of the other ship)ring mines *
all st/'i]fe at I'/i.-tlibrjilffo. T'ho.vji weeks, has carried a u'average will adopt a. similar system ro-jjj
vyiinl 10 per ceill, more wages.     Lf 70 passengers outward   I'ron.i' ninins lo be seen, f
]l is ri/iuoro:l that lho nenoral I llossland, and lo iinvard.   Thus      „     ,     AA i-P,,,   .,..      S>
'(d„cii.ms in Ontario uili   hilto llio city is i;eipg depopiilatod at!    Cmjl-S Pwlewntoal lank.     I
rtlfl-Bftj]) ifoyoiijbej', the rate of !)U people a flay, and i   The hnv otBcel-'s l)1' l1"' C|W1' 8
T1W 1,'rencl. tioy,)im/nent has Ww"  !" W M..o fifeens of hi England have given their do- |
honored Laurier with llie grand -Rossland  soon,   rather  pleased!™10"0'* the aaostrou argued be- §
pross of thp Legion of Jtonor.     [than  othenyi.se  to  know   ibiitj1"1''' lh,'l;l ■">' Sii-.I^pms Raviosjg
jMow uruler Ase management of
JR. P. MATH BR.
Js a /ai'go nud attractive Hotel
of quiet elegance in all its
appointments,   with a
eusine of superior
excellence,
iS|i.>c:;'.l rases by the inoutli.
ft* Is III I ill
Mining Brokers
f,ajjrjer has boon prospnjei] by j
(he C.o.bdcn t'li/b a| Loiujon wjlb
,n special modal jiiroooj-iiiliiiii of
faot.
Tbo   Lo   Koi  t'o)i,|,iiiiy  uliijlil
tl'ial llie.v will stive !*j'._0j0l)i| year
as lo whether the nov.' Oinii'ljr.n fil	
I Tar ill', in ex-teuctili"' a preference ■€-_vBi)ff'_'*-W-£to.^>---*4**N^^^^ --to^r-si-a;??*?
io  Great Britain, violated iho
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.aspgfiiaj ineiiaiin reoognitjonot wwnwywuiwyewuu.ui.q--oar i ov.s.ons „r tll. Bt,lgi;m !MUi>!mmtnnin^tvn!nfnnnni^!it!!!nmninnnft)nt?n!nt!^: •
Ins froo'trad" principles. by    liaviu-  tl,..,r   6,r)Bl or  'jit£, r<mties.>hey luivo<u7§ 3l*#
.Vlajor Walsh, ox-t'oiiiinissiiin- lNw,lli;;^-'   F#nest,,ne at. Iruil        - ;    'be^^T^li lfc  « _.        « 3| 9
,r   Xorlhyosl   Mounted PoJifiO, OOS S ^(,(1 a ton, a,,d al    M.r.l,.-1 ;,, ,,o|  lu|)|  ;(]1, Anu,    g     j        IP    j VI OU tl iFIl 'fl 3' #
has l,eei, appointodadminist rotor l.";^,'1^-; '"^ « *>,,,"th>>r;'"1 .',H 7.-of lh.-t.-.8ity"vi-h lh-*-.-.•,.».. .^    »    S   S W -""--""•   ^"'   /
iif the Yukon iyill) aSfiiooii siii-|§--r,° 'essiM' l'',lilliau'tTmi77i77eii','':,i'! -,'7,'"'
  'ooiil  sl.r,o  per    toil less,   and^'011,0 'm' M   "' ' '" '
ftry.
Tbo   Jlominio'ii    <'oyeri]|i,ent,
|,yill establish a ban); at. Ilaw.son.
• Yukon, wliere mile] may bo deposited in safely and eycliaiigod
for drafts,
The Dimver j-iinoltlng i'uiii-
pany will lot'.alo its lOoton sampling >vorl(,s at Koseberry, on
the. Najtnsp .t Slocan, instead of
Nnkiisp, as coin i-uipbiii'd
Freight Conductor Bison had
four lingers and part of the
thumb of Iiiv left hand taiio.ii off
while coupling; ears at Ponal.d
last wool.-.
Arehibald Smith was killed in
the C, P, H, yard at Ponald last
week. His foof gol caught between a guard and math rail and
l-l curs woijt oyer him,
Ross MacKouKio Iho famous
ex-lacrosse player of Toronto,
has been appointed assistant to
'Mr. ifanoy in the construction
work on tho Crow's Nest Bail-
way.
In the election protest against
N. P. Uayin al Regina, l-l
charges nro made against, him.
Davis sneered his election by Iho
casting vote of the ret iirning officer.
Largo quantities of counterfeit
American bills are being passed
on tho innocents on route on the
Pacilic Coast steamers for Klon-
dyke. The green goods gentry
are working a brisk trade,
The Now Denver Ledge says
the.Rossland Daily .Minor is to
roi urn to a weekly issue, that
tho Record will probably do lho
same and thai tlie Rosslander
will soon need an epitaph.
The collectors of customs, in
tlie Dominion have been advised
to give (lermany and Belgium
llio benotilof the reciprocal tariff
bill the most favored nation
treaties expire nexl year.
A. L. Siftouof Calgary, brother of lhe Minister of the Interior, il is said, will be appointed
to succeed .ludge Mcl.iuiro, wl.o
goes lo lho Yukon lo administer
justice there.
The Argoir-iiil Rowing Club
won     llio   deferred    American
championship ,pii!r-oaiioil race at
the Philadelphia regalia, defeating llio Wesl Philadelphia and
Vespers of Philadelphia by il
lengths,
The C, I'. R, is surveying an
extension of the Nakusp railway
from Three Forks to I3car Lake
add Whitewater liasiii. lo compote wilh lho Slocan railway for
tlio ore freights of Ihal region.
The retliiery of lhe 13, C.
Smelting and h'eliuing Com puny
' nl Trail, has turned oul ils lirst
Ingot of pure gold, weighing a
lillie over L'o lbs, This is Hie
lirsl production of retinoid gold
from crude oi'" In Canada.
Bruce While, manager of llioji
building material in _*> per cent,
■ss,   Outgoing freight also is
91,50 per ton loss,
0)io of the passengers for', the I
Klojidyki! on board llie stoamor |
Queon   at Port Townsend,   became disgusted witli the pros
peels, Ho had §800 worth ot
provisions mi board, but just as
the boat was pulling out, ho
jumped back to the wharf aul
yelled mil. "Boys, divide the
d-d moss bet ween you, I'm going buck to California.1'
Tbo EHsg mine, owned by a
company, and located on Wild
Horse Greek, near Yinir, South
west Kootenay, is lo bo sold by
tho sheriff to satisfy a wages
billotSl.,101. Tho property was
bought; for §110,000, and as it is
regarded yot as a property likely to prove very valuable, speculation is rife as to the company's
object in allowing it to bo sold,
Canada imported goods dutiable at $1,500,000 from Belgium
and Germany last year. If tho
same amount comes in this year,
the duty will be S1H7,000 loos, on
aoconhl of lhe I.', por cent reduction in which the most favored nations treaty of Croat Britain will permit then! to participate. The treaties will be abrogated after July nexl,
Hon. L. H. Duties, Minister
of Marino and Fisheries said in
a speech in the London Chamber
that |sr;
lb" preference give'.' iiuder tho|E
Canadian Tariff to Great Britain g
iii-iii ho extended to Belgium j £
and Germany, and lhat iii" e.v.f~
cess of duties upon tho goods,! jb:
the products of thoso eoiiiitT.iosljg:
imported to Canada since April IS
__nil, at the date the new tariff '
wont into uifect, must be refunded; aud. also that thoso nations haying a. treaty with Grout
Britain containing the most favored nation clause aro entitled to
the same preference so long as
the treaties with Germany and
Belgium aro ill "oxislonci.. lt
follows that as the treaties with
Germany and Belgium will terminate on. July Ho, I.H8; that
after that dato none of tho nations having the most favored
nation clause, will be entitled to
tho preference. This decision
will entitle Franco to the same
preferential treatment as will be
granted Groat Britain, so long
as the Belgium and Gorman
treaties remain in force. Thoi
other countries which have most
favored nation treaties with
Great Britain fire the Argentine
Republic, Australia, Hungary,
Chili, Columbia, Costa Rica.
Russia, -Sweden and Norway,
Switzerland, Persia, and two or
three other countries with which
we do not trade at all.
Canada, of course, does little
or no trade with-any of those
countries   except Franco,  (U't-
i-H
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and
Commission Agents.
Cori'cspof-dcrill:-. in
i i x t it f. S !■ -.: '.- s is . 6 . £-cf-. _ 3 E 6-S S-S C-fvC-^,
Montreal j,
Ottawa,
Toronto,
Winnipeg,
^bndon and
Fort Steele, B. C.
WILLIAM  FORSYTH,  PROPRIETOR,
This is one of the besl  appointed Hotels in llio
Fort Steele Dislrict.
livery   room
comfortably   furnished.
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ii i 2i) ■_.-$•_ ?-25*5*5*
S^t   Wlwu you visit i'Vt St«ol« you w*li miss it if you clout   '5%
fc stop at tlie, ss
|    Moflntam House.    |
I   _T%__rJl-^'' Jl-_^_U_/IL__/IUv
DON'T   FORGET
ootioiis carried,
iiio D8ai» Transacted.
li, A. ELTON & CO.
Mooks kept and accounts audited,
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GREAT
lorthe
T   Railway
T
if Commerce, that "every ves-!many and Belgium. Last year
tige of feeling in l'n vor of annex- wo imported from those three
ation to the United States had countries about-99,000,000 wortli
disappeared from Canada," and
that the Ding'ley tariff would
turn millions of Canadian trade
from the United States to Great
Britain;
of goods, out .of a tola! .import of
§120,000,000.
The upshoi of the whole thing
is tliat the goods oii these countries will bo admitted at tlio
same rates of duly as British
'lho    WWII!   district  has  ■ .,_^^___^________
, ,.   , Koods,  namely a reducixm oi
nover beon so lively as at jires- \"      ' ''
wit. At Mr. Cartwright's Mc
Murdo House at Carbonate there
are piles of supplies waiting to
i one-eighth from tho general tariff until July -0th, I.H8, when
lInire will  be a  return to lhe
1p&   ,%1j-^'-!ipi | pi
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters For Mining Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Best Cuisine in the West.
Modern Conveniences,
Home Comforts.
TIIK KUliVllVOIi's CHAIN MAM; IT Till; SHORTEST
TKANSCO.NTINKNTAI, KOUTH.
II i^ da' nin."!, miiilrrfi in ufjiiipmei
li has ii i'oi'lc-l)id!ii-l nuulhed; It di-ohsi
iviiliiiiit it luiul urii'ii or ii'iii'i'i'itiin'til.-ii
v!ii|,li,.\,"-; il i- the 'inly Una sorvlnu i
—Ol. ■ c. _.<~
Proprie
I In lhe hcuv-lcst railed line;
ii sniil ilescvt.; il wus  luiilt
il i- noted fur rniirU'sy ol ita
- iin Ihn u lu I'urti: jiliin.
TllllOl-l'ill TIIK CIIW'lil.ST H'.'1''.\'1,.;UV IN A.MKRiCA
HY  liAYI.IMil'.
Pur l-'OKT Sl'l'.l-.i.i; :;ii.I lho BAST KOCITBN W MINES, Woclcly
Slaj-i) from l',;,!'..|" II.   SU'iunliiiul eonimiinieiitionH from Jennings
(luring Siiiiuai'i'.   i^uiekost uml Hoi ronto In ull pnrU ol tho Ij'nituil
-iatqs, llui.li'i'ii , 'uiiii-In iimi Kui-u]X),
for- rnu^'H, '.i.'ki-u uml ooiiipleto iiii'oi'tii
)],'ui't'..l unrlii nr
ion .'iii! ur adilrebS
I.IUXO.N'.G
..' A;.
I'MIVIIITNI'V. (i. Piund T. A,
St. I'uul, Mam.
^■_-^C;s
es, Prop's.
b7,fflcked"hdfl'1thT camps" and | legi*4mate opera tion of the. reoip-
tliejmok trains have not been j ]^^ ™ ^^TlS'i
iljli
^T STEELE, B.C.
7irst
Class.
FIRST CUSS IN EV-Ry PARTICULAR
RATES REASONABLE
F liEE SAMPLE ROOMS
Ox
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ill S ¥mii f-
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„,„,„i,, ,,,   ,, ,„, „„ i.       ,,      , iff, confined to goods from Great
o;[iial lo the demands on ilium.     ' "    ,   ,,. ,
t„ „,„!„„ ,    ,  ,     ,, , illritain, _vew bouth  lines audi   —	
In order to overtake llio work            ,'       '             , I CONVENIENT TO. RAILWAY DEPOT
\i„ i'„,.i„.„i,,i,i i „.    ,,     . p    any otlier country which, iu tbo     - 	
Mr. utrtwrlgni hns sent oust lor     A      ,.,,,,.      ,          i anosteamvioatlanbino
it nuila train,  'Golden Era; Plllnlon ol: Ule (-1'-llll'llll!1 ('"v,*m"
meut, grams to Cnnit'da as favor-
Mr. Goldle, of Windermere, is abio treiitiiient as Canndti gives
making' an  interesting expori- tfiem.
nieiil  In llio growing of Kaffir —	
corn.   Ii is soinowhiti like niai/.i' 'Tho Ex-Pinanco Minister'-Opinion.
in appearance, but hardy,   His     Hon. George E,; Foster, who I J{|
a  valuable  toriigo plant,   Mr; passed thf'ough Port Steele last
(lold.io's  idea  is to   ascertain week, expressed his opinion to
whether it  is suitable I'm' lho the Spokane Review as follows: |
Wiuderuiero district,   U tho ex- "I havo rooontly boon through
p'-riiin-iii is siieces-l'ul (Iio crop I the fori  Steelo cuiiiui-.v. going
should bo widely grown by the hi  by   way  of   Golden,     East
rnni'liorsof lhe Coinnibin valley. jKootoitay is almost entirely un-i
—'.lolden lira, !,|eveloi,od, HI _____! I ___! "II   n .,    „^^^_^__^____
' A Fram leaves the Kootenay Houso Every Tuesday & Friday
cAPP. A.PAA"". "r'P'    APA   'PP.   :AA.Aig&7&iS?sS?j
If/ iu(;.i,,(i_,,i;/.i;i,;f,ii..n.-.,•,;,'.'.;.''.•     f.iUIi__iiilU-liuuuii__uuuuiiu jj.]
lUDPer CvOiumDia Navigation m»
I «-^~ -Tramwaii GonipaDU m
iiiiienititifi-iTfdiicSporffiiGo.
■|   Time Table, (o take effect July 1st, 1S97.   I
.:,„-; ,;„",'i:; |
.- mako four Irijw'tt week. Sft
iiaiiidiutuly uttcmtctl Lo at dj)o-i^|j
m
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■;.i Stat' anil' r\vo
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Um _^: 8 9 „1*i ffl»   M
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r in' •'!!.!:).
(OUIK.N
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN
S. ABLER.
PROPRIETOR.
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li is suid Ihal the Ensl fiidhig' tvtinspovtation, bul the promisol
of A'tilu is to be divided and that ol' minoral richness is wide, unci I
|(iriind Korlts will be tlio official with'the building °r the Ci'o\Vs,i
headquarters   of tho s'oiuhern Nost Pass road nnil the conse-
diiision.    The  iinni,. oi' J,  a..'I"1'1''1   "oar  iipih'Oiil'li  Of good
Mara, cx-M, I'., is inonltoiiod In transiiortalioii, caidial will bo-1
... Ootino-tiOn with ibis new con- R'in to deyolpy thes'o proportles
ISIi'iciui Sliiruiiiie,denii'soni|ihiit Istiiiiehcy.   For lho northern di- ('ii'l prove whether they are rich!
visii I' Ibe   Eusl   hiding of |or nut.   I hnvo no doublthiltn
Yale, It is said lhat K ,S. .liar- l'1'1'"1 miiierlilis.eil body   exists
L,   JCJ. U.
liouso tvery Tin
Conn-ctiny with Steamer for Fort Steele.
W on
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taovnlag,;
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p0 P., Armstrongl
Manager.      'ti
ofierale   Ihelr  [iropertlos   wilh
lho while inotlll nl -"ic. iinoiinco.
iciilly llinl, lhe inino is (o ho shut
down owiii"' bi iho i'all in silver     ,__^	
iSlociiu minors eiii'liii  I hoy could | na rd, iiuOllior ex-.M. 1'., and n thoro, and only development can
b-olii-i'-lii-liiw of Mr. Mara, will show whothor or not it ox ids in
bo  the  fi'ovorni l ruiidiiliii,,, i richly pnyillS .(juiinllties,    The
I'ix-d'oyeruiii'   erlltoudeu,   oil thdiiyli  there  is some' tnikof i North Star uud. Sl. Etisene nro,
Missiiii'rl,'lliiul(s lho silvor-|iro- j l''iu'bos (leor-ie Vernon iniililjig i« roiility,, th ly two [iroper
(hieing ei.niiiirios of ihe. wof'ld mi olfort lo/soenro this eoiistit- tios.thii't have been oVbh.jmrtlal-
sliould coinbhii.' iiiid'saj;;   ".Not uoiicy,   Kamloops Sohlliioh        1,V developed, nud thoy nro took1
liiitf excoodlngly woll.   Tlio Sul-
iliiiiiii
;n.!STv/i;;\T
II THB
DOCTOR
lj ORDERED,
p/i r^mn'«tinn»irmrnf«m,i«»"nmr"--     riifntrnminnirnnnnmnrminni? 3H
A~y-:r\^r/r<sv,-st:::r;'£s--rfsz   .-..fm';--.   J-^^'';?s_.-i^-"^S^i3^)wJ
i^!!1{l!n!!nf!t!!!!t!f!!tHl!?!!l!!!Sf!!H!!!!l!!!HIHt!!!l!!!!n!!!!!f!K
.':.'
hoi-onrior II the wliiln inolul'i.l,r'^lvlu/"puhr'u"'divhi,-n"ls llvn (l   ,'M'' l,'*"l",|,|i'*s i,l'"|
ls«lV0" l'«"or,ible rr g A ovo,.y monll, lo lho sloi'libolders.1:-1' y ,*l".'k°" "'' '""  T lBSR
Il  Is I'ltporled   from  .Norway[of  lhe  Lo Hoi  mine does mil "ovulol10"'
that liplgeoii was sliol ontho roaoh   Kosslnnd,   III   It-act   not
Nonh odiilf,of Liipiiinti, boiirlng much.of il,   It is paid lii.'Spo- ,            suuscribe.
tlifi followiuil i,ioMi,(.'|,; "t'lfjliiy ' liaiio. mostly to Spokitile puople. I'OH
Wo   cU'feniivs    p.ii'wd.     Good   ', ;i it,, siii^Ih men tvdpJiipd .In wja i'.'i<(f.i-w.v.«,
i'i'i".'i'iii'i,.,i'ii.
"('III'IM'"  Iiei
A. W. BL1.AS1)J-IJ;,
Pioneer Drill' Hall,
Fort Sleele, B. C.
iiriiiliuili iiia.iv.ii i ,'1'.".'',,i' l'liiii'i,,ii-1.
)^i.n«wnvi».-in,i.:irw*v'A.,«^A3"v,ii*//arin.iw._iw?V-
Oener«! Merchant rMl>
■•3
Mi
-"3
3
Will!!!
;-,:     Alunufucturcr of all Kinils nf Lumber. 3
k-          A largu assortment of .seasoned 3
fc               Lumber and Sbingles ;il- '2
. vvays   on   ha ml. 2
^; Diitici-ttslot. !i .umber u SpccScilty. 3
I     WflSfl. - - - B.6.     |
'^aiU!iaiiiiui^iutUiuiai,uuf-iuiii'iiiiiiiuaiUiaiiAuuiiiia^ ______g_
'^T.'.'^v''-?,'".^'--'.?-*!;!!*.^'^-')^*
NOTICK.
Notice Is liereliy jflvup tiiul, IJU duyi
(tor ilul,' I i,)ii'!i,l ni apply t^ .tjiii
Wt
\ot.i.''1-:.
'I'llllO  l.llllll'O,  ll^il'   tf,il$  llllj's  U/,101' illllll 1
Uull III;])'.'.- tll till! I'll!"!' I'llinilliss'll!!!!!' 'it ('llll,')*
.      ,        , ,   ,„iii'l'Wi|ri(sliii-'lllc lllil'i'lli'i'sli nl'liii-'iiilliiU'lDK
f    Luiul*   apt}  ,(rs,.ri,,[,;V'|.',',;',i •'ii,.ti,.,,;,,.,,i.!,,.,',,,Li,,,',ii,.i'.lsn
11     li;;l,H'l V -1 :.li,,i.|i; -,,,iil- il.v/llll lili'r't'i-.l. :'iiV|il;i '      ,'   '"I
liiyeuf   Illllll:   miniiil.Uiciii'i'HivlHl.'U
N'OTICI'l
I lllij'olij'.ii.yi'iintliiiiilim, thirty ilnys oiler
iinlo I ItitiiyJ.In iiyplf tf'lliu C)i|i'IC";niulsslii|i-
I'l' n( (.wis mnl Worlis for u suuullll llccii.su in
,,p*_:9-'*Sa*ii»9'*»'-
| Highland Cream,
'%*-C-5*'we5ft- fS'S-'W-s-.f-s-.:
Highland Cream, I
nUirinu; ul :i \m&\ «ui i
Klk I'ivtii' iiIjuui - in1
iiiouth uf Owl erofk
i-huin*-. ihenco norlh
u/h'of ui,,;;;,
H-;  ,\V0_.t ,fl'j I Hi;
tins, tlyz/iiv i i
,-t'_it 80 chain!!, th.entjg noi'th 40 ohitin*-.,ll"
hence ou_t 20 ithifeiii-!, .Ik-iicc north t'Gj.i,
tonus, thencfi eas; j# the bank pf'"pijj j ,i'
i.ver, ^.ml following ihe tymk ojf ^JciW''
jvei1 '.iy the nljjcc uf lui^inninu*. M-*
WjMJAU FeHSJE.    j   t
lfiiu-d Aus-iia* 2ii(l, 1807. "
H'O'
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r  ■
ir'ili
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'■ni Wli
.,;.-.;.
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I'l.
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111.1)1
West,
ll.'Ul'i
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10 Sl
Mi
"Sf
mill'.
1111,1 II
lOl'll
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no une
ll'llllT
Isl     llilTl
il i'iv,mill
I
FORT   STEELE   MINING
ASSOCIATION.
,l»>«^(H»Wjj.flii«in«r.-.w,-»«i,,H>i..m»»,'«--.'   ■>-«•" ^)»w«»ii(,u.prfS»cni.i'«. i,nt(%(.ifi'--.in"*i.vSit^.i.isw«>
OP WORLD W5DE i»AMg,
ne imtjjf mwmrmmnTTWTOs
slllll   ('I'
,tili.;
Jn
NOTICE,
"nn- 'it ;>i'.Vv>'i on., r ;m i.\'n-.| ■ '■ \
TION .'.t'-V isi'vi".
Wc. '.In- iii,,l,'i'si,vi;i'Sl. l,'.",i:,'li I' ll.,,wil!Hi( Sl),,
lll,,)l!>f)jC
nml  IV'u
Notice i- iici'i-'i).',' g'iveu i.l}isi 111! .'k.ys
.it*. •-!'ilili iv i iri'vi'.i!, iff tipply to the Chief
,; 'iiii-,iiiissi1,vii!!i' of Lands uml Works for
ii license its cut .liiiiln'r pn tlio full,'';H''iny
..'u.'si'i'llieit piece of littjil:   Stai-i.ing $» tt ! ji.vo nojli-o iiuu \.c I'm
iiu-toii 'li- iiuu',', liiinit sl'l'lik i'ii-,,|'iiii'ii'';';-i;'.'i,"i,'.i,'in .-v
ilniiit mnv! -ii i! -■ 'i uni:- soi.ui of ih:      B.'-"*': '-" -"'1,: ' '-
,     , ,.   ,"      ,     , ' ., vim".'ijnii. Nurtli stun
inoutli nf liwl er.onjrtj thunee jv.osMU ;ra   i-,,,,,.,,,,,.. ;,„• ,m
.-.-llllins, (11.,'Ui'i' tyjrth :'.o ehajnSj l]-' nre : etiuluilllli: iinil wioriitll
jve*t 10 i'liiiins. Ihenee north _0.cft.ains,,iv-^n-sirucilim-amiinitiini
ihenee \y-st 10 chains, theno,o i.-,-i-;l\,;,,' v.-rininilni-s In ._oiin-etJo
,,'liuin-. Ilr'iii'" w'.'s' 'lu ''hiiijis, ihiiii'i-.
north im chains, t b.-in-..- east to thc bank '
,lf Klk riyer, am! fplfinying '.lie Imil!: .if I
Elk river I.; pirn _ ,uf heginniii].'. iK'i"()'S»
Xu'l'li 10.
!'-"' wily in ni" cii,.'iC"iii'ii',
l-'-V-'s ivnlWuH. Vi,",i,',i fur u.'V.n
l)',tri'll,ls,'.l'.'i|iii'i-''. ,illil(iil C'lli'lli'i.'
•south 11.-1 i-oi'iicr siuimcl -.'ii I't.niin im
.;i.,',-.li ■:;■ - . --.ii "■'!,' s. r,„l.l.,.ir ■ ir-
itii'iir." I'unitlnc li, ohuins west, tlicnco
-'I'll I" iioint ol I'li.niiit'iiin ini'iu.
ml Si !,-l(:,v 'int. M'U
I'm
Mm
XOT1
Mllly I
: Worlis
lllll    ll'.il'l)    .III'
i,„',;i,i,'ip.,„.;
T'h,
s
CREAM.'
^l|jl(n(l.ll,l.'llllV|-l'yi(lJ(ll.'\ij'V'.'')'V!Hi,".;'lillil'il/lbll(liVtl;ll,llj^
1      AS SUPPUtF.D TO     |
I 11 1.1, Tho Sultan ol' Kmnsibflii',
|       BrUisli i'oui rij) Africnu
•3 OpinniissioiK $
% Sir 11. I!, ilohtiston, it. C, H.   |
4)'l,,1i1)1)*«i1)'|l||i'(l'|)1i'|)'!"(i'|i1,1)1)'"l''ViVf1)^,»l,V
GBASSIflK  & DEMPSEY.
CONTRACTORS
AND
BUILDERS,
I',,;;   ,Sb.vl.,'   II.C
).   J.,   I/AMIINT
i All   imsslli!"  infoi'iulllioii   will  Jjo   fiirnisli..
Contnictpr ;ij}d liuildcr "'' ''J'""' A:<,"'l"'ii"" <n""> *mm\m\»
'rlloinn.'- Wi'Vluic.
O. S. Fi'ta'll,
S. A. IViilllllBcr.
I'l, r. Sniilli.
-i'   I-'   Voliunn
Till!   I'CCtlllir «100I.I,!IKH 111 ,i|l" uv.-iiiliiilou
will li" nm,l in. Hi,. ,„, umi uni Sjimriiiiy in
i I'l'cry tniHltll.
Fui't Sliusle, II. C,
ft-  McLtOD &G0
 —*«♦—-
j Contractors «"i Bjiilders.
K. llwuii'ia.  Sin
I'orl  Stoolo   U.C,
Professional.
111
iimi.'
'i-.T.i:'.,,;;■„"",    |«7-£
uviiisi -ml, liliV. . o     nisir'i,.!. utiii-iii'..;
Pi"
Q-j'li'l''..
i-ln
jlfter (late ivo intend to apply
f.'hief ('.tiininissioiuii' .of Lands in
'iVurks fiji' pei'inji-sioii to piii;cl)a«i I
;uT,v,s  of luiul  ileserihei)  us   fi/ilim
ays i
the
,- Ki
' j luiiik of llio Ko.
,Slurti;i>.' at tl,'u   i;orjhQi,>t corner of!,-„,. i^jmn „; s;. S(|ifj's
Block (l:!l, thenee \,',..,'i In chains, tl'.'./ui' i Wosiorly ulojy,- iii,- Xor-.]
norlli 4U i'liuiu-. thenee east -I'l ehuins,  M"l'v ~ l!ivef'";! v"h'''" '
' M'll'i- lv,'-",l
theneGsputh 10chains )<; the plie-i' m'i' '  .' ,,',,,..„,.,. ,, , ,
''unu
in or;
..in,' iiiyl n hull mill's in iilui'i- "i is vii.i. ii,
j    Dnted Juno Will. !-,„;. ',i    I
NOTK'jv
I i
'l-'iiki' iifllieo that thinly (lays lifter
'.ilili' i lil,'KH'!„;siiill,!,;, i;v;II apply l,,|
' the J 'jiinf ('pniinissioitiii' of I .anijs mui i
! Works lor a fjpeciiil Llee,(sq in eitt
' iiuiiii',' iinino ,'iiil,,»iii^ ,li,s,'i'ii|,.,, lautls;
enay I)(-.- .-i.-t anil parii.-ulurly il.-s-i-rili-1
' i-i) us r-illjuv-.. i,).i,'ui.-ly: ,i ,!ii.'mi";,'ii|,_, at!
, initial po.-t iriVV I'lii'ii.-r posn ilium
1! Kill LAN!? CREA-M is espaolally suited on accouiit-of its
Aii.sni.ri'i; I'l'Uii'v for use in hotollmatos, li enjoys tho largost
sale of luij' Scotch Whisltoy in India, Mihviuo, t.'t.iniiiii Allien
and South America,
1.}. a    \l*     ft   1 S. JiV 1^ J KJ11 J
SOLE AGENT,
iioktei't .H-d Port fSv-teaie, S3. C.
J.J.QUINLIVAN.
(I EN EliA h   BLACKSMITH,
AKO
WHEELWKIOHT.
Horse-shooing A Spoeial'ty.
I or. I'lie ni,
] about, ton
'■Vil.j.lAM t''l.;n;,-,'|':.
I'llAN'K I'i.'.);!:ma.,i,
l>iU,',l.|iiU !)lii. li-l'V. t
moalb ol M«rk <
li vyes] I
i'l'l UOI'l'l
th 2u eliaii
ml, nt
Ui river
A Iho nnrth
,'llre
| villi .Jili-ksOli Mil,
I iifdrcjillii,
l)l,il,.!
ehains; thenee north -(' chains; thenee Pi
eust1Qchains iii'-iiv',- n.>rlh -' ehuins:ie
NOTICE.
Notice, no days after (late f shall apply to tin- Chief Qmimissioiier of bands
anil Works for pol'inissinn to piii'phflso
llm follo'.'-'iiiv:' ilL'si'i'ili'dl )ani|. sitiuile in
East Kpir-ejiay ilistricl, 1}, (',; ,'oni-
[nencing at a [inst plptetl at the south-
wi'st eoi'imr nf Mttli-plm Eprie's pre-
i-iiiplitui, iljenu,' south along tliri lipuml-
iiry of Lol III. 80 itlpdns, thonco o.ast SO
chains, thonee norlh SO chains, thenee
west SO chains In point of I'onp.tt'.'i.ce-
iiient. containing (110 acres moro or loss.
,10|IK Ma'I'IIRVVS.
Dated August -ml, l«--:7. o
Fu
Wait Wa
Willli's-,:    'AM. U   IllSS.
Daied a| Fun Sico'.e, llriiisii
lllh liny of .Inn,.'. A. 1).. ISO",
10
iiiii;,-.
is: W
l:|i
i
tt
r„i r„ p
■hiuiis: Efc
i.in!i'n»yiiiii«ivmnimn«tm»yiW77imiiiirTimn!iyii/i'Tf!m«i'iv?nHniiiiinn_m^
IjJnwnnnmmnnniTiiiHnmmnimimTO
" VICTORIA METALLURGICAL WORK1 *
D,
AW ASSAY OFFICE, ,
NOTICE,
Xotini! is hi'ieliy vi'ii'1-ti that sii\(y n;:y
ultei' ilaii. I intend toapply to the Chie
' thenee nor'.!) 20 ehiing: thsnoe eiist w
j ehains: thonce south ei'psstng the river
j 10 '.'h:::::-: th,: ■ ■ west 10 chains; thenee
! soutli 'in '':'.,;i:.M thenen wesl 40 ehuins;
j ihcm r south -" ci',':':-: Ihenee west 40
chains; thein-e soi'.ti:. 2P chain
43 FORT STREET.  VICTORIA, B.C.
W. J. S, -OWELl, B. A., r. G. S., Ei!IStlNG EKGIHEER.
NOTICK.
1 hereby givo notieo thai sixty duys
liftiif 'lul.' I inli'inl to upply to the
Chiol Ciiiiiiuis.-iiiiii.r of l.niiiis uml
Works, for peviiiisslon to purchase one
hundred and sixty ueres unreserved
Crown Lands, situated on tli" noi'th
liunli nf St Mury's Rivor, II. ('. ["jiigin-
nlng at a post marked south easHtQi'iier
lm) feel from llin-i- umi about-JO miles
linlii  fui't  Klei'lc,  llii'iii'i!   noi'th  10
i'liiiins, ihi.'ii,,,, |o i-iiiiiiis wosl, tile	
■10 ehuins soulli, llieiim'ailing Hu t-iv.t-
in pl.ii'i'iif lii'i'ltiiiinu',
U'. C. MCK1NNON,
Hilled I his.I ulv-'it'll. I«07.        fill
NOTICE,
Nnlllin I-. lii'ii'liy I'li'i'ii llinl nn iluys iidnriliii
ivo inloiiil tonii|ily In lln' L'ltlel <-i.iikitii-p.ir.ii.-
n( [.niiils mnl Works io iiiiroltiiMi Inn -os o
limit moro in- loss wliii-li liis tiflivi'i'it  I'lllTol'
iiiiiit'i-nl i-liilni nml |,'oi,iot''H ami llnl 'iiii'f'
inu'i'liiisi', sltllllloil llll .Mnl'll Ol'fiull,
'I'l'M Wlll.l.M/.S.
CHAS. 11 A.M I I.T. '.V.
Illlli'.l Alll'lls! I. IHIIT, ;,
e  iPK,.,«I ■ -.5--'
"viv-*;
^
NOTICE.
bast K iotivSav i-:i,i-;i"t'iin,M, diR'I'Hict
Nulloo I- lii'ii'liy Olvl'll Unit Ills 11.,111,ur lln-
l,l„it'.i'iiiiiil-(i'Hoi'!nii'   in   Council   In-  i
|il"i.;i..l in null,"i''„,,. iin division ol tho Kust
[CuoU'iiuy Klit'tot'ilLlltsltlot iiiiii n n'ii'i.i. in
ytnlii S'liillii'i'ti llivisiun (in' Ui" oonvolllijlioi'
ol inihllo liusliii'ss iiuiiii |y:
.VollTIIICIlM DIVISION.
To comprise iho ii.-m.i.i. i :..t.i.-:r mul tt'niil-
.SOl.*'
llle the
E1IN tilVIMIllv.
II
1
honce 16S
soiah 20 ehuins:||g
SO-B PRQPWISTOR AND MANAOKR. |l
OOIiD AMI S'LVEB, $1,50, a;
Commissipnqr q| [.anils and Works for i Wl'st -KI elums:
permission to purchase WO acres of land, thtffiufl'west W ehuins; thence smith _i|||
on the boive'r Moyie r,iyev itin! better I chains; theneo west 10 ehains tp tho ||
doserilied us fnlloivs: Conppeneing at place of begiijging, containing itmut g
-.,. post  plnnti'il  uni'. hull" mil" down j'1*' ucres of land. j||
stream  frnni   bridge ami  uhoiit. one      J>at.d :his HUtduy of July A. fi, >''"
i|iiurtii|'of a milii wesl of lhe liiver, | >ialeplni Mei'ormick.       .  4
4(1 chains, t
theno
sinnli ->o |
chains, ilim  west -10chains, thence
north 40 idiuiiis to point of beginning
Dated tliis.liineilOtii, INllp
.lulm I. Hong'.'.      rl
NOTICE.
Million js lioi'oli;,' ulyou Dun :|ll ilnys iillor
iluto I linoiul to upply io pin I.'liiuf I'liniiuissiiin-
or of Lunils mul Worlis (or ti siionlul license to
om llliiliiiron llio (iillmvhii! Iniiils: t.'iiiiiinoni-
nt tin- soillll wosl I'ot'tior posl iiiuiiloi! ouo liuii-
ilroil yiirils from tho wosl Intuit of Moylu Hlvor.
lu Knsl Kooluilliy lllslrlot.il, c. ulioul three
iiillcs I rom tltf iilniit-ti .it .Moylo Luke; llii'liee
norlli one liiiniii'i'ii mul ift-onty eluiliuu llienoo
oust twenty eliiiins; llionoo lint'Lll lllio luuiilml
uml iivotuy olinlns; iliottoo eust tony I'linins;
tlioni"',until ouo liuuili'eil liuil IMonty eliiiins;
Ih, iii'i-west, livi tityellliitis; llii'liee south one
liiiiul,'",! mul nu'iily elmins: llioiit'ii -vest forty
.,|iiilnsto|ilueei.if IjeiPiiulns'.
I'ule'l ut I'orl Stoolo, U. 0„ Otis i&tlHltiy of
.1 lll'.e, .1,1)., l»)f,
JOHN McllAl;,        II
QOlAs ASSAY, -iH.00,
SU.VKU. 51.00, -S1LVKKAND CRAD, $1,1)0,
l._A ll. $1.00, GOLD, SILVER AND COI'I'EH, $11,
OTMlili MIST.tLS OM Al'l'LlCA'HoN.
MILL TESTS;
The Stamp Mill has n capacity of 20 Tons n dny.
Tbo t'lilorinatiou Plant -Tons a day.
8. A. ROBERTS, P. L. S.,
Business Mgr.
NOTICE.
1 huroliy nlvc nnttoo iltut sixty iluys nfter
ilule I Inloiiil i„ upply totlioChloiOoiiimlssloii-
ur i,( Lunils nml Wnrlis' tu pureiiiisu the follow-
ins' illisorllioil ill'oil ol Illllll sllilllleil 111 ('Inst.
Kuntt'liny Distriot, H C. (O wit:   lli'uiunlllu ul
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I intend lo u]
ply to the Chief Commissioner OS f.itnds j
uml Workt, Victoria, for permission to
pui'tlbase ih',1 hiindi'i'd and sixty acres
of unsiii'veyed ami ujioeeujiiyd .Oroivn
Lands -eoiuiiinnciiig in n post planted
ai X. W. eorner of Lot 2711, (;. 1, Kust
Kootenay, llienee running west forty
chains; thence south one huntli'ort and
forty chains: thenee east fuvty chains:
thenee north ono hundred, and forty
chains in point of commencement,
51, G, Busy an.
Dutoil loth day of August, 1SII7,    7
iM^^
iii?
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
HIS HONOUK the I.ioutt'.nuni-Uiivi'riioi' has
heuii plutisoil to mulio the followinj.' tt-ii-
liuitt'-iiioiitsi -
Kith' Jahj, ISH,.
•MMliS P KHUUSEtUN AHMSTUON'i. of tll*. tOWtl
ni h'ort Stwle, Msiiulrc, S. M„ tu he Gold Com-
nilsslotiuv, Ciovofntnont Akodi:, Asslstitnt L'oin-
intssioncv o( l.iuuls inul ^'ofhM, .hidi*T of tlw
post planwd near iho WttU t'l'o^iiiK at Pui- Coun of Kovtalon ami Ajipual tindor tho "
huts Hiireroult "tn'i nt Uie souih na-tooi'itei'of
lilii.'il Willi's iippliciilitill to *pHtTha«o, UlCtlliU
iiuriii Vitriy i'liiiins. tlteiiut! eust forty olintiw,
tlu'tict! ^(inili < Inlay i-hniuh, tluni-o went eighty
ilinliis. thiiiu'ii nonh foriy I'hufns, tlicncu ciiht-
",i'i\ I'lmhi
isiiii
UhlK irttb iluy of July. IW.
D. A. Mi.l.NTusll,
MWismiiiit Aft," uud to receive tipplinatious for
U'c-zlstriitlon wid Kecord undor the proviist-tis
of tlie "Lund HoKlstvy Act," for iho Soutliorn
Ulvi .ion of the ISunt Kootenuy District.
JOHN E- Oitt.'MTlt. of the Town of Donald.
iilih"**. coutiiliihijf! iSbiinirt!, C. B. to be Hiipundtary Maylstrato,
j tiold Comml-stouoi', Uovornuient Auoht, As-
I slstunt CnmmissloHcr of Lunds und Works,
Jtidite of the Court of Revision ami Appeal
tindur the •■AHsessmi'iit Act." and to receive
' appHailions for Uojjtetrotlon und Rocovd under
! the provlHlons of the "Liuitl Ucjrjst-ry An," for
i the Nonlu rti Division of the Bust Kootenuy Ids-
NOTICE.
Niii.jc' u hurt Iiy (rivflii tlm' sixty ihus nfter
dute we the tindcistKnud Intond ui upply untie ,   ,
Cittcif Commlssloticr ol Lands and Works for trlei,
Vwt ruotS^DhtTtet deMHheVnWfows; I lll,KIA» S'tmituTT, of the Town of Donnld,
hcKliininj-jni the south west .ornor of Colouoi | >is'nitre. Mlnlni: KoRorrtcr. to he Kofjlutntr of
llu'Kerv- .aiiii, nim-k :il t'r;.i'J;niiik. l-'m't Sti-ele j theC'UintvC'Hirt ofKooteiiavholdcnut Diinuld.
' ' : ■ "' •''■:!^]IColtoetorofVotos,Dlstrlcti.eKlstraroriiIrihs.|
Deaths aud MufrltiBcs, mid Kenlsinir under lhe
'Milri'lujie Act ' fur the Northern Division of
-'  1" r|.;,
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
niii-ii \u
I.i;'
mill (.su
V IN 111.- Alt.
ANUFACTTJRERS OF
Sash & Doors,
Mouldings,
Newel Posts,
Balusters.
Handrails & Brackets.
Oni' MACHINE SHOP is prepiii'ed to repair Engines,Boilers
nnd nil li'mcls of Mining Machinery,
Wo have on hand, all sizes of Pijiu and Brass Steam Fittings
For Sali', a llirou Stamp Quartz Mill, Prasior & Chalmers
make,
HUESTON 6k CO.
GOLDEN, B.C.
FOR THE FORT STEELE
a?
NOTICE.
XI iTICE,
„-itii..i-:-. iiniiiiii-
f'i.V i.llilil'Wild Id
•ifi Stiviiln, Jllljl'ltil, IW.
thf Kust Kiii)ti'llil,Y Distrli'l,
CUUlt.Ks M.VS8KY KlIW.lttllK fit till' TuWII nf
| Fun Su-olu, Ksiiitiri', Miiiiiii.- Ui'iiiii-iIiiv. tn lm n
CoUrator i'l Vows, uml Ul«trliit ItonlnU'iir of
1 Itil'lllS, llt'lllllSlltlll MlllTllllJOK lor till' Sllllllll'l-U
■ Dlvtilon ill Kit-1 Kooluilliy liistrlitt,
NOTICE.
Sollcil!- lii-l'i-liy Hlvi'll tlllll sixty iliiysitlli'l'
iimi-, 1 inli'inl l',ti|)i)l.v to thu Cliiif ' oniiiils-
floliiii nt Until, nml Wnrlis for iinrn-fsstnii
',i nn unil I'oihovu tlinlinr frnui ml IIHI0 iiurils nf
iinni, botiruleil Iiy it Unu sturtiitu froln u imst
llllllll.,! nil nlisl siiln nl Klk lllvi'l'. tlllllll.-n soillll
:.' :i point in llm' wnli tho nortli side nf c. I'. I(.
,■ illlli, illl'lll'i Vlllkl ii t -niii I' mini 120 uliniiis,
uii-i...in. vi i, i'l'l'l.!. His iliniiiii, uusl 180 uliulns to
Elk Illul
Alton. r.-tToii.
liiiuii His i:,ili iluy nl,In i led". 3
Travellers, to and from
Port Steele «& Kalisp e,
Will find the best of accommodations at
THE WEST
HOUSE.
mi - -,t|
Nf
- nulli
TICE
1 Intenil
- ,,f l,„
0 li),!,
V 1,,   1
Work
,1.'
NOTICE.
\'."An' Mi.-i'H,? i/lvet) M.iii *ix'\ ilii;.'- hU- l
in-1 shnll npply to tho Chluf CorainlsHlom roi
iKliin.l Ui \ac\-: M.i.::- I„ik«- Miifl Koatuii-
, I'.jn'.iiiiiliii' nhoni '.!.'• Lhtnl nt wi nvru.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
II.'IIM   I.i
Ci.lijirul, „'' ;,„,,!,„',K,c,i.',< Mlfi'tt.
Maverick Mineral Claim.
notice;
Null.'!' Ih li'ircby t/lvi-ii Mni-i wo thtoinHo
iip-plj wi thu Clilur Coiiimlwloii*- rot I.uiulsiunl j
W-.r^ i.n- pcrinlfMloii lo im L'lins- nm uurvK *>r |
litiulhtuiiiimUm tlio W.kIiIu uf Moyle lalnnilxtut
.iin; mill twin liiwm'uiitl oflaliu. l--«linili)i. ill |
,> [ifjHt »ii the hliill-i! 'il Ui>' liil.c HI Um iii'ir.l■ |
■..latin im Iiiiiii. or thu Aiinini Mln il ulullii. i
ihonuH no«ih I'J ulniliiH tilonu the Hlioru of tint
Lull., iii'-in'i- worn in I'hniii-.. iiii'in'f iwrUi Hi'
[tlmlliH Lht.1 Ml lIH'hUln. lo Oliii'i' nl .lllll   i
0.
. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana.
Mi luuS. IIuIIIn,
I'-miili lliiimlllnll.
I .Umi' 'Mil. IDIII.
I
DISHOI.ll'J'lON NOTl-l'i,
        -    - Muvcrlr.li Mlnnrnl C'lnlin .iiiiiiiu In Um I'-nn
NOTICE, Slcolu Minimi Division ol Kui Koiiltiiiny,
illi'i l.ii.'i-i-ln Klvi-n Uml ill,1,1.1'siiIH'i-iliilu ■    Wli.-i'i'liii'iil''.l-   I1n_kl.-l.urrj lllll m-nr Murlt
, ,1   ;|,|,l.v Hi lln- Iiliil rullll.ll.slnl,,'!' nf il'ni'li. I'lil'l Mi'i'H-
 ivnri   i-„ |,,-ni,i,,, lo nt I.    tiki. Nii'M )•; iimi (. m.-.i Mui.. ilu,      Nnlli-i! I- lioi'oh,V Iflvon Unit, llio co-
t',li,,,i-iiii-i!i i-i,,ii-.i im i nf Intnl. ii.i i-iitii'' ('ni' Miiiui's i'i-i-i i iliiin. -in i.i i.i; inli'inl -ixij   |)ai'Uii'i'.lit)i hoi'Utofoi'o dxIhIIIiij ilnflui
Ilim Ilriii inuiic nd'. 1', Vi'.iiiisin ,\ i'i'. ii,
illssiilvml by llllllllll'
MINERAL. ACT, 1896.
ll'HIIM   I'. I
<.',rlijirtili uf /iii/iroi'Uiiiuls Nutlet.
Good Luck Mineral Claim.
il I Mink Milium] Clnlili. Miniii,' In thu t'ori.
Si,, ir M,Mini- Division n| till',I Kiinlnllliy
MINERAL ACT, 1696.
(I'llllM   I',)
('rrHfli'tile of Iiiiiivui'iininin Notice
Dorval Mining Claim.
lini'i'iit Mlnui'iil Clnlni. sliiinti- In llm l-urt
Hli'i'lu MIlllllK Division nl Knsl Kuulutilly,
 ' i'l'"
unu iiiiii. south of thu imil.
llllllll     ii.uii, •    mnli ,,,,'t
(lllll .,    ilu line in, Hi -'I u
I'l i- l "I' iiiiU'ii
#,lllul'i'. llllll ' li
1,1,1, „l            ,!      ,,'       '      .'.'
tin
lttin.it !,my, Imul inilu h.r.-ol in ngip
i null. Kut'iirilur lm n rui'iiili'iitiut 1
i.t ..m i tin- iiiii'|i,i.i-.i(,ilili.liilni-,iri-i
trili
Wliurnliiullln,!'   lltiuliluliuri'Vinil.ti 'Mnrli I   Wlint'u Inn I:   Diiukluliurrylllll,limirMlilli
i-n-i-U. l-'i.riH In. |0i'i!.li.|.'ni'I.Wni!|i.
TAKK NOTH'K Ilim I, I'. C. Anill'l'll's, I-itu     TAKK  Nd'I'ICK llllll  I. II. I), Mltnli. IVu
,| ;,„., ii'iiiiunit, Mo, sit.ii'jit, Iiiiiiiiii, sl..iy ilnys j Mliiui'- i-tttl.-i.lt. Nn, tm.iHiv Intutiil, sixty ilkyii
,, iiuu,, liuiiini i,. m.pi.r in Um Mlnli'ii, tin-ilniiit iimi'liuri'iil  IM'ly I" llm MlnlnK Id'
tiionliir fiirntvi'tiii.'iiti' nf llnin'motiiunia, for ' lurfm n C'l'ilHui'iu ot liit|iioviiiiiiili-i,for
m „"'(*,*, (llnsolvoil by iiiiilinil unimunt, Ar. N, ,\. ,lHl. ptit'ixtHUul nlimliilniiilCi'uii'inliiinl nf ilu llii)|iiii'|tiisiinf iiiiiiiliiliimiCi'i'»'iiiiriiiii'0( Di"
Wllllllll/I'l'    l'L'Ul'lll(f.       ('.     !''•    Vl'IltMlll | Illinl'U I'llllll)
  Uiin in timi nml, i-i w||| iissllliu-llll ll"lils lliul ,'iilh'i'l llll IH"     Al"' flinlmr Inll.l.l ft- Unit null"')- I".*
'AAZ:1':" ..'.""'"-"-''"'iKii-'i'"'!!)" t'i'i",
('. I''. VBNOHT.V,
.->. A, \V.M.!-!,v,-rn
i'llllll III illllhl t,l\l'nltlllli!lli'i,,l linfiil'l' tin-
ICU of slU'lldi t'tllll'lltnof lliilniivullll'llt'.
. Mi
Utu IVU I'lllllll.
Anil flU'thi'l' tlllll' Uiilluu Iiuu liuiiini. lliillut'
sul lii-tl ill. intlsl liu uiililtliulii'i'il linfiil'l' tin' Issll-
tlliiii! nl .null O't'l illi'iHu "I luil'i'iii't'ininits.
ii, li, Minn
irti.MIt lit; 111,11 sHiip  woiiti
A   Sl'lvCIAI.'I'V,
Firet Class Work Guaranteed.
Hluip Opposite, the Eort  HtMhs
Pr'atti-iiti Office,
Hugh Wat_,M.D.,C.M.
1 ,1/: C, /', S„ Ontario and. Hrilisli
Columbia.
I.ATIi   Ol'   TIIK   ROYAL   I'.AKIIIOO
MOSl'iTAI..
ll'ORT STKRIjE, B, O.
P, J, CRUICKS
Fort Steelo. (i.C,
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SH3EINQ,
AND JO-BISa.
Mining Work a Specialty.
©T    .Mrs. I'l. ,1. H1GHWABD1SN,
Fashionable
Dressmaker.
Next lloov to Earlier Shoji.
FREMftN ftND GEftRY.
Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.
_ttrt Steele U.C.
SADDfJ'l & PACK HORSES.
1KAMI.VG OI' ALL KINDS A SI'L'CIALTY
THE ^   ..im,
% MINERS'!
* iS HOTEL.
Perry Creek,
Now open for business.   Full stock of
wines, liquors und cigars.   Clootl beds
und good meals at rousonublo prices.
A. .1. KOBKBTSOK.
MlinilKOr. JA.MKS J. JIU-VOY,
THOMAS   MoVIT,TIE.
P.L.S. & C.E.
Fort Steel. B.C,
11. L. CUMMINS.
P. L.S. ,1: C. E,
furl, Steel. B.C.
W. It. liuss. 11, VV. HmiOHlimi;
ROSS & HERCHMER.
N0TARI0S PUBLIC.
COHVEYAHOERS _ MINING BROKERS,
Ajicnls for 'I'lio I'lui'iiix Insuranco
Company uf London, I'lngltind. Tho
Hamilton Powder Company.,
Eort  Steele,  Ii.   C.
T. EDE,
Customs and Mining Broker
CONVEYANCER.
Mining Proper!it's liourjlit and Sold.
THOMAS  McNAUtlHT
Mining Broker,
Financial Agent.
CONVlvVAXCKH AND NOTARY -l'HI.IC.
noiiro.'io.ntinsr The Albertii uud Kout-
enay l)evolo]inii.'i'.t Cotripaiij' Ltd. nnd
The Goldon und Fort Stoolo Development Company Ltd.
NOTICE.
MINERS & PROSPECTORS who
have claims to sell or'develop
could not do better tlnui consult.
Thomas McNaught,
MINING BROKER,
FOKT 8TBBLB, II. C.
■-- JOHN WEIGHTMAN
LIVERY,
FEED, AND
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel Mont.
Parties tu and  from  Fort Steele
will find thai this is tho. besl plaoe to PON AN cG LEACH
leuvo tholr stuck, aud obtain convoy-
ancoB.
Fort Steele Assay
Oefice,
FOR   SAL.E.
A Iti-horse-power yiouablesuw
mill, in good condition. Apply
to
X. HANSON,
Wusu, 13. <.'.
Fort Steele
STAGE
D. W. WOODBURY, MANAGER,
On nud after August Illlli, l»'l", (veeldy
stagoit wlll leave |i.rt.Hluolu nn I'rl-
ilay mornlnits ul" o'clock.  Ru-
liirniiii;   leavo   Kallspi'll
Ttii'iituy  iiioi-nliign al
T o'clouk.
Kalispell and Fort Steele oIHoos
at tho stores of
H.E. KING & CO
DAYID GOLDBURG
 —-* # *-—~*
KALISPELL, MONTANA,
Vi'liolosiile denier in Opufoolloii'
•ery, Kl'llll, Nuts, &e,, Ao.
Cigars & Tobacco.
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS.
J}8 Taonhauser,
WATCHMAKER   And
JEWELLER,
DIAMOND   SETTING
And ENGRAVING.
Riverside- Avenue,
Fort, Steele, B.C,
P  BOSBJN,
CONTRACTOU
ami lUHIiDKU.
Fori Steele,
II, C.
KAI.I»I*KLL, MONTANA.
Mrs. .Iiiiiiiiii I'onIan   i
"   ,1. K, ItlHlKlll*   ■    tllllUl'TDIIH.
"   W, A.Coiirud I
MIlH. I'l, II, Wiiiiunil. Muiiiitfi'r,
I'litltinta from l''iu'l Klimlc, inul Ilic
mini's, will In Wliulvutl ul rciisoniililc
fiitoH.   I'm' loi'lltu apply lo:
Mrs. E. R. Webber, Manauer.
KAl.liSlW/U  MONTANA,
JAMES HIGHWARDEN & SON.
PIONEER BARBER SHOP
l-vorylhliig Strictly First Class.
Next door to the Prospector.
THE BREWERY SALOON
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
Sells Only the Finest Liquors and
Cigars.
Tho ChiiieiiKt, Dullutuilos of tho
Jilustorn Murliets Served us f.uii-
ehos in, Uie liar, or in l.'i'ivalo
Rooms.
LINDLAHR BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
D, M, McMillan,
Milling  I'l'I'ipOHitiollS,
Miniii;;' Sliiiriis,
I'lti'in Litluls uud
lloul Ksliittti,
OOIIHEHI'ONDENCF, SOLICITED,
1), M, McMillan, ili'iimlon, ,Mim,
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