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Vol. IX, No. 22.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
R.
W. JAM'S, JI. H..C. M.
UY AI'I'IHSTMKNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE BIVER
DISTRICT,
PFICE      I      I      I      GREENWOOD CITY
G
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C, M.
VEItNON, H. 0,
I,atk sir
St. Thomas Hospital,
LONDON, UNO,
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B, C.
J
I». MoLEOl),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Midway, 11. C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AUD SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Cou"t of B. C.
NOTAU V   I* 111! I* K',  KTC*
lj    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
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M best assorted stock in this
m section of the district and
■§>. sell at prices to suit the
$} times.
General
Merchants.
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NEW HOODS CONSTANTLY
ARRIVING, SEND FOR P RICES
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W. T. Shatford & Co.
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E§    Fall view, (lamp McKinney, Vernon   and Slocan City.      -a'
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GlUND Kouks, B. C.
wur.ir-ia-MJ
F.
adrian meyer,
Mining Broker,
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Notary Puhlic, Etc
llAiiN.inii Ave.. VbunojI, B, C.
j   K, JOHNSON,
Hsineral Ooll'ootlng and   InBin'sw,o ARont,
Mlnoral ClahMa Hin,:lii and   Sold,   Notarj
Pnlilic.
G-RA.XD   FORKS B. (.'.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.8.,
A.M.0,8.0.R,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR-
Notaiu- Puni.tr. Minw,*. ft C^
J   CHRISTIE, M.R.C.V.S.
U* (EnlNBUHOII, SCOTUNU)
Ths Columbia Fuming I
- . - MILLS AT VERNON, IJ. C. ** - -
—am. J-T-ii- *mm~—
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
AH produced by tho celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad by the only Plansifter mill in tha Provinca.
——uMIMa*i'*-*flE3 cfliat*^"1 -
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
 ,_■£_, __\f_ <r_tH».~
Sec That Each Sauk is Marked
.»-:!. P. MiicU Co, Ltd., Ppappiatops, Vteia. B. G.
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AU Domoallo Aiiiiiinls Ircnlcd on acieniili.
priuclpl i:*.
Itosldutioo - - - - OIlBENWOOD. B. C
Rickai'ils. Bencrman & Co.
MIIIWAY, H.C.
REAL ESTATE ANI) FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M„B,0,A,
Civil Erififineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
rrlsatloii Prolosits, Engineering nnd Survey
V/ork, with Plnns and Estimates In any
Portion of Uio Province Immediately Attended to.
Mnps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Dlstriot and Mining Camps ol Kolfilo Rlvoi
Mlnlni! Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY nnil VRRN0N.
(I, A, Ul'l.ss, ill. A. II. VI' «*"-, M* A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly lamlUar .villi Kalrvlow and
Boundary Orook Mlnoral Proportion Proportion Examined, Assays anil AnalySos of Ores
fuels. Eto.
eiiiii',:,".','!'..!., n,o.
M. IIAHHIVI'T. 0. T. lllllltlSUN
BOIIN1IAUY   CREEK
Enginesring ani! Assaying Co.
Greenwood Olty, Ii. C,
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
Thorough Aoquntntanoa with lho Kottle
River nml Boundary Orook til tiling
Dlstriot
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Good accoinmodation atthe
H01EL-. PENTICTON
 Pap	
Travelers, Commercial men, Mining men
•and Sportsmen.
KETTLE  RIVER MINING DIVISION
fortlieVVeek Endl
ember 21st, 1898.
The Light of Love.
The clouds havu deepened nVt   lhe
Records for the Week Ending Sept- nip-lit,
Till, lhrough Ihi'dnrl ppnf i.l,
rin' in....a i-1.ni n -11 ..in of light,
minkuai. uii'vi'i.i.'.s. And nil Ihe stars arc drowned;
SEPTTJI1IBII14 Aa.i ;ill ihe  siars  ini- diowiii'd,   my
Onliir
Kearns,
I'n.viil..ns-i'     eanip,    T,       love
Anil nil lhe Bkil'S ai" ilaene;
1   .    H'hlll care we fill  liglil itlinvi',
SEPTEMBER la [fUgin nf hire Is here?
Noun Dav, Prior eatnii, M. II. Kuiii',     „„      .,.,., 11.11
' lhe i* ui.I ,   like 11 ...uin.hai lliing
•v I"- I -x.   Cenlrnl rump,   A, .1.     *rh. ,,,.,i„,„| 1 hf Klnttni
Kleli. I Willi linlflcd breast amid plligu'lng,
Boylelt, Central eninp, W. Bnvle,     ;   And wall nf decpes! sl 11;
,,',,-.,, 1  1    , ,,„      And wail of di't'pcsl. iluoiii, invlnvo,
Oue I, Kn 'rlycuinii.J.Layt'ux,    ;   ,.,,,„,,,,, ,,,,„.,,.,,,, f,,,,. '
SEPTEMBER 10. ' Fnnn lliglll, ni min, or w in.la ahove,
Nellie N„   Kiniherly eatup,  11.  N,     Wilh love ami laughter hen"?
Melnllreel nl. Illll"'s Whlti'iimhlliley,
Golden  Reel,  Kin rly  cninp,   P.\ individual"Odors.
Bill,eM' !    RveiTlniina Ing  has n  specific
Ul,n|ila,Oanyn,KTeek,P.A.LInherg. ndnr of'his ()W11< ,lCc-<>i(liiig to A. Butho
No. 5, .lames ereek, ,1. Link, j |n |||(, A„.,lin,l|(.,. GeBBIllllllcn phyBj0.
Eulwl"f' ■li'""":''' k'J' Li""'        ., login, hy which he em, he recognized
September. 17. |notmerejy hy dogs hul   by person'
Kinnm, ICiitilii'flv eiunn, K. Meyers.  L|th Brnsntlvo organs of Binell.    The
Center Star, Canyon creek, .1. J, case hi inenl loned nf u mon  wlm hliinl-
Hihbtird, folded could pick oul each  individual
Spangle, Canyon ereek, ,1. Frederick- |„ „ Conif)aiiy of 20 by his odor,
sun. Thosiiiell is nol born with us, hul
Homeslake, Canyon ci'Pt'k, A, Wad- develops gradually   ii'i  lhe   age of
dell, puberty, aftur which  il   remains  un-
Nevada, Cniiyoii cieek. W,  (I.  Sic- changed.   Menibers of a family have a
Mynn. kind of comnioii oilor, whieh preslsts
New Gad, (fraclional), Smiths camp, even when lhey have lived a pnrl  fora
J, Punch. long tlino,
New  Pelerhoro, Sinltha eamp,   .1.  ►•<	
Punch. Worth Remembering,
SEPTwiiiEn 10. '    P™pectors and othei'S always need
i,    ,     i     ,, ",   '     ,'     .,     ,{■   to I'tmienibei* that, in opening up a new
Eriirhriiok,   Eholt creek,   Mrs.   1 ,    , .   , • i
Wilson.
Colonel Si'llors.  Central  eninp,  \V
Li 11(1 SitV lliiil ('. (I..i.hm.
face and yel he a good property, while
all possible efforts ul deception uill
nnl, make n inine oul ofa barren lend;
aiiil such effort being certain nf detection, results iu a serious setback lo a
distriet wliieli mny have nail merit, A
case is in iniiul where n clumsy effort
mum, absolute honesty in regard to
values is essential. A well-defined
lead may not have values atthe sur-
Orinoco, Cent ral camp, W. Lindsay
andO. Goidnii.,
Black  Dia id,    Keltle rivei,  P.
Robim	
Maze, K,iltie river, ,1. E, Hilly.
Broken Bone, Myeis creek, T. Black,
SKI'I'K.MIIKK 31.
Sultana, Providence eninp, K. M.- ■*" deceive vcidled in n withdraw] nf
pw n rll proffers or notice  from intending
' Atiii.t,  Deadwood eaiiin, M.    a. !investors, when a straight statement
n,   , of facts,-mil iiii hiiui'sl showing would
Morning, Deadwood camp, M,  Mc* have secured what  most prospectors
f*raih wunl -agnod price for an undeveloped
'claim.  H i- not well to I.anl-. Ion much
TRANSFERS. ,. ., ,   . ,,   ,,
ni, Ilia I't.s-iM. ij*!,, aiiiii'i'nl   lhe   ninn
SEPTUMI1HE ll. ,   , ' .       ,, ,       s   ,
,, ,,   ,,       ,.. ,, sen    I*, examine  I te   iropeilv,  lint
(Inld   Drop  hn.-iirl.,  i,ll   lini*ii*. '
James Moran in Kiaaieii.-k C. limes.
BEPTElll
III.
Ilelewnri.. I inleiesl. S.illllli'l   Llll'Sl'l
viustlysaler anil  fairer iu give lum
purely as a mutter of liusiness policy,
more satisfitt't,:t'.v all  round  in
In
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(f Terminus of stage     \
l''iiirvi(*w,
Osoyoou,
Orovllle, Wnsli.
-AMl-
-*«   lines ii"om-^»*w     •; „      ., ,r.
iff / Cuuip ilcKlnnoy,
@) Mldivuy, Groenwood,
Onrsoii, Graiiil Forks,
"JIU'BOll, tii'lllll! I'.il'KS,    «\
and Mure us, Wnsli.       V
(© W, C. HAYWOOD     -    -     -    W. L. LEONARD, ©)
) Proprietors, Pentieton, R C.
< v®A®A^A©a fi. vMUGz&gA® 'a§,*SS &&&&&&&&
,V1. tvIcCuaie
S.
lie Riverside
[a silualed nl  ll.-i'k Ci k, ll.C,  mi   ihe main route "i   travel
hotween Peiiliclon ami all llnnuiliry Ct k points.  Slopping
place for Binges,
Good Fishing -:- Ge?d Hunting -:•■ Bestof Accommodation,
niticsOT-iLnf.ji- (nnd JL.a-x3ii.fai.ti3o., Vwojpapt.m'ktaapm
:        . ."* .',,..,. a '     .   .a
lo Jaeuh Peterson, Ialteinpt any cheap lillle tricks thai
BErTKMIiER 1!0. are sure to be found  .ml   and aw ns
Spokani'.S interest, Rnrry li. Shui* | sure to hurl the whole district,   due
such transaction often gives n deserving locality a setback thnl will lake
years nf genuine meril anil proved
value In overcome.- Mining and
Sclun title Press,
lenherger In .Inn. R Kenny,
CERTIFICATES OF WORK,
8EPT1JM1IER III.
Durham, 0, M. Crouse et. al.
(laid H.'sL.T. C. II i el nl,
Hope No, 2, Iln1.1 Donaglnel nl.
Mogul, 0. Mellon el al.
Monitor, li Mellon el at.
SEl'TniHFH 17.
Norlh Slur, N. E Peterson el nl.
Unnnilnil, (I II, lnkster.
Gladstone, J. J. Harris.
SEPTEMBER 111.
Kates to New Westminster Exhibition
Mr, R, .1. Coyle, Distriet Passenger
Ap ni. Canadian PaciHc llnilwny Cn.,
lm- issued e circular giving elfuct In
the following rotes In connection uiih
the New Wostiniimtor Exhibition :—
iVonlmliirtorJcl	
15
Hi
, lliiiiaii.ii..! Ml
Sycotnnre, I'l'iiUK Beaiiclieneet al,      Hanci  lie
belawure, Sninnel Larsen etal.        '.7":'7i, ' \f„
SEPTEMBER '.IU. il  .  :-   rluil  2 :ll
"05", Alexander Wiilluce el, al. f^S '.".".'''..Vil
New Puslne Judge, )!"'« —* 70
.,    .   ,    ,,   ..     ,...... . Norlli h.'ii.i r.ii*.
Mr. Are!,er .M.-.,-im  of victoria  was  hj-tinn  umi
select.■,! it) lis-  federal Goveriiinenl |*£$."^.'j' l§
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in lill lhe vacancy recently  made in .... nm
the ranks of Supreme Courl Judge*- by
the elevation of Mr, Justice Hot ,11 In a:1'1 ''A™L
-a- nan.   I
lhe Chief Justice hip, . I ., nil,i.e..
ll set'tnt gem rally  l..  he conceeded '.;,,',!.','1,.,:
that llic appointmcnl   is a e | one (Jlin.jnr
i.i     .    i ,, - "-■' -"■■■ nth
althoiigli    m   .-    (puirters    lia i a a |
isl|llesliiilieil.
I I' ,-!■
Mia Jtiatiee Mnrlin is IheBI'rond son Flslsl
.a Edward Marlin, Q, (1 ' Iluinllt  I1', ..",'„
Ontario,   He wn horn in Itjufi .ml ivii ' '
ein. ai..I  nl Trinity Cnllegi     il !.    unulnio,
Purl Hope, na'! nl Client, I'.elgl  II.- (, ',
v..nt iii Wlnnl|i "■ lu 1882nud win eal '
led in Ilm I.ar i,l Iliiliili hn in 1887,    In wm.'.',';„,-
Llu* end nf I8IB he lefl Winn|peg,golng ,'
. . ' n •* ia .i .
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©Taut? flour has the name of being the Ecsj
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Hill',
ni.-ii,.i a, Lm linn
til \ al. i.a. Wliieli   lie   illl.I    VISIIi.l   in K. Iitunil ...„..,
IR07,   In ls":il,..«i,. atipointed council lv
I'..,' Ha   Dominion  Governuienl   I . 1:',""'    "w T'T'o u''"'u'"
agent for the Mlt,«ter of Justli I t»'t the Canadian laciflc l.'.nlway has
,,. .    .        , ,,        , , ■  , , I" .a. .mi'"  ihera   in   ts i.|tth.ii\a,r In
\ ictonn, and lornied Ins lale  purine]'- ,■ ,
,,, ... is   i      i      -    ,,    , hislerniii make Btiecessfu   in* Pro-
ship with W, II.  Langley  in ihe I..-    ..,,,,.,.,.,,,,,        '
■    •      nam    n    m   ,■   • , Muianl c.-sliihiliini In he lie|,l  nl   New
all*round Hour on the market, try it iind you will not use other Binnl]nBnl 7';. LMr* *J'11™ ia,;8:1™t- Wwtminstertbau t *allway com-
• , gi'imdson of Richard Martin, J\I. P., of jiaides iniiko for Blinilur exhibitioiiB
brands.     Our sharelloldersgrow the wheiltaild  we grind the  Ballinahlnch Custle, County Gulway, ueid In eastern Canada,   ItlBOxpectcd
Ireland, who ropresented thai criuntv that Uu* altondaiico from the interor
' ...illl    I        'I'l     ! I.
lour with the latest inproved milling machinery.
formally yeai*San.l achieved celebrity
will he very liir-.'e.   The rile is made
• a.*- an cxpei'luieut, nml heavy ticket
OUR brand-; nre, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG ! ''M;'h'^ "l" P'ftft "' ««rtlrt sales will no doubt cause Caiuullan
Act, for the prevention ol  cruelty Lo Pacific Railway Conipan**   In treal
BAKERS,   ECONOMY,   SUPERFINE, all bags   marked animals, and also introduced meiunires ruturoProvlneloloxhibitionslii alike
,,„.,,'.       ,,  , ,-      ,    ,      r    '  „     - rur tbo aholillnn of the death l ish- l""'ral l""111"'1''
"0. K„ and to be had at all the leading dealers frcm renticton ment for fowerv and for the allow-   1,l',"lillh"11. n"' Railway Company
r        „,' „„ has aii'iinged for the tree transnortii
to Greenwood City, '"'C0 prisoners,   lhe rnnv tion of exhibits.   Shlppcraof exh'lbll
; judge has written a hook  "The
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd!KXK?«ff!5toI"
Armstrone, Ij. C.
is* tree trunsporta-
hippcrsol' exliil.its
|udgo has written a book  "The Land will pay regular .rates to New Wost-
he Hudwm Bay Company. duster, and providing same do not
,,'    1 change hands they will  be returned
' leee Lo starting poinl nml  the exlilbl-
Juslico Murlln nre felloiv-townsme _ refunded charges paid  inlo Sew
nml "niil boys" of the suine school.        Westminster, THE ADVANCE
Midway, B.C.. September20,1*508.
THE ADVANCE.
\v.S. NORMS Proprietor
I'nlilislis'il  weekly  nt Midway,  B, (.'.
Subscription Price, |2.00 por annum, payable
in iiilviint.t:. cither yearly or intlf-yeni-ly at tin'
option nf tho subsorlbor,
Advertising Rates sent mi application,
Tlmugli tin* oolumni «f Tun Anv.ixen aro
always open forlho ilit-cn-sitm of innin-i-s nf
pablfo Interest and linportanoo, wo tin nol noo*
nomarllyondorso any if tho opinions expressed,
CorrospondoDoe ofa personal naturo will mn tie
linlililii.il.
: A ol'OBfl ill llilssiiisiT indi-
IcatoH Usui yiii.i'siiliHci'ii.iiittt
:tn this paper has oxpirod.
OUR OTTAWA  LETTER.
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 181)8
EDITORIAL  NOTES.
Ottawa, Sept. 17th, 1811,8.
The new franchise law prniniseil he.
fore the last election ls< now in exist-
enee and in addition to saving the
country $21)0,01,1) a ycnr in revision
expenses it mny be relied upon lo give
n fair opportunity to the electorate to
pronounce their unbiased opinion,
which Is all that any Liberal Government has ever desired,
Tho improved trade relations with
the Olsl Counlry, resulting frinn the
fulllhiionl of another pro-election promise In reform Lhe tariff, has done
more llinii any olher human net, to
bring about llie present prosperous
era, with its accompanying Increases
in llu* business of the railways, anil
the hunks, the manufacturer anil the
merchant, The securing of the bene-
llls of Imperial penny postage, whieh
will In* followed as quickly as possible
by u similar reduction In domestic mull
charges, will afford Improved conditions for commercial intercourse at
home and abroad; while the deficit in
Post Office Department is rapidly disappearing, The deepening of the Sl.
Lawrence Ciu.al, now sn near completion, will provide valuable facilities
for tbe carrying of Canada's products
to the seaboard which have never
been before enjoyed.
Efficiency And Economy.—The
radical reforms in Canada's civil service superannuation scheme is saving
large sums to the puhlic exchequer,
The careful administration of tin*
public fluids, while providing for all
necessary public works, and giving an
impel us to trade and commerce, has
resulted in a surplus of a million and a
half, a surplus wliieli has not been
equalled in very many years. Every
department of government is lieing
prudently, honestly and efficiently
million. And when Ihe next tneetiug I manoged, and in spite of the most
of ihe provincial legislature takes 9e.,rchlng investigations and assiduous
pines*, if the present signsdo not fail, following up of every rumor and sus-
it, will be found that Mr, Semlin will piclon, however slight, the Opposition
haven very respect able majority athas failed to discover even tbe Bug-
hishack. This vill not he owing so Lestlon of wrong doing or malfeasance
much to the result, of tbe Selections, nf offlcp m. betrayal of the public trust.
hut rather becuusesoine of the mem
Few people are there iiilheprovinee,
who will not commend the Governuienl for its acl ion with regard lo lhe
dismissal of Mr, Vermin as Agent-
General. There are many however
who will nol agree that lhe closing of
theuffiee is the best course to pursue.
For our part we would like to see the
office kepi open, and a good live man
selected to represent! the province
in London, Wc lielieve much benefit
would accrue to British Columbia,
should this course he taken. It is n
mistake to abolish the office and we
hope the Government will reconsider
the ton Iter.
When lhe olher day the Cabinet
Ministers went hack to their constituent's, seeking to be confirmed in their
posilion, lhey were elected  by nccla-
bers on the opposition side will hardly
dare to show themselves in the house.
From present appearances it. would
seem that the Turner parly Is doom d
to rnmplete disintegration, and if such
befalls it the jountry will not mourn.
Looking over such a record tliere
might appear to be some ground for
the idea that the Government may be
contemplating an appeal to the country, for it Is difficult to imagine conditions that would he mure favorable
to victory. But the government cannot afford to disregard the public we]-
His Lordship, Chief Jusl ice McColl fare simply to gratify a personal desin
hns been appointed a Royal Com- for endOrsatkra, and unless sonii
missioner to inquire into severs I doubt- momentous question of puhlio pulley
fill transactions which are ulleged to demands un expression of popular
huve taken place in the Lands and opinion, it is not probable that the
Works department, under the aduiini- people will be put Io the expense und
sl ration of the Turner government.: tm moil of a general election two or
Referring to the necessity of the Com-! three years before it is required by
mission      the    Kamloops   Sentinel ] law.
says: 1   First Blood in THE Locals.—The
"The Lands nnd Works Department; first of the long list of election trials
will provide material for several In- haBCome olf, and the Conservative
veslignthins. It is very desirable Unit candidate who was declared elected in
at an early dole careful inquiry be South Ontario over Hon, JohuDrydon,
made into Ihe past ndinim trillion of Minister of Agriculture, has been un-
public lands. We fancy such nn in- seated upon evidence showing the
vestigal Ion would show lhat the late most extensive and open bribery,
Government pn.rl?d wilh hundreds of while the cross petition, against tlie
acres of arable and grazing lands to Minster was dismissed without even
friends for no other consideration than calling for evidence. It looks as if
a promise of political support." the Local Opposition will soon have
For our pari. we I hink if tlle whole [ mi(. nf their great grievances removed,
circumstances could lie known which and "the Ministers wilhrut, seats" once
led the past government lo virtually more take their rigid fid places in the
throw at, lhe bend of F. August Heinze' Legislative halls—for Iheir never was
the enormous land bonus nf 8,400,000 any question of the outcome of an
acres as an Inducement to build the honest contest in South Ontario.
Columhia k Western railway, it would
furnish the most startling sensation in
the political history of British Cnlntn-
bin.   Perhaps If we have patience, the MINING   NOTES.
I'.iiurcmiiy he productive of strange     A n,paflngnf the shareholders of Iln
and vni't'il revelations. |„M fjarllinn Mining. Milling k Smelt-
IngCniupany will be  held  tomorrow
at   Cnmp   Mi'Kinnev,   lo   ratify  the
Coming to Light. transfer of the properly lo ihe new
The Hon,  Mr.  Hume, Minister of Cnrihnn Consolidated   Cold    Mining
Mines und Provincial Secretary, when Conipiiny,
in Nelson the olher day, referred   to!
the ueeessily of a commission  to  enquire inlo the winking of the  Lauds
and Works department of lhe pusl
government, und  lie snid  tliat,   ono
Il issssid Ihnt ii deal is pending in
which the Calumet claim iu Welling-
camp will puss into the hands of eastern ciipi'alisls. Tlle claim is at present,
owned by Messrs D. R. iJohnson and
II. MeCarri'ii and is one of the old time
locations iu Wellington camp, The
claim is siiiiiiled near ilu* now famous
Winnipeg mine, and Iherefore should
be very desirable properly,
It is currently repnrted lhat in a few
days Hie Jewell will he started up
uguin. Tlie Jewel is owned hy the
Prospeel ing Syndicate of Brilish
Columbia nml is silualed   in   Long
Luke camp.   Upon this properly i I
work has lieen dons', as besides a deep
shaft lunch drifting and crosscutting
was carried out under ilm supervision
of Mr. Leslie Hill, ihe then representative of ihe company, In fact the
Jewell may lie snid to he a fairly well
developed mine, Upon resumption of
work in the mine, nn dnuhl the company will also make provisions for the
rediirliiin of ore, which is of such a
character Ibnl il can lie readily treated
near the inine. There is a strong probability Lhat a cyanide plant will be
installed, should Ihe company decide
to do this, nnd for ihe accommodation
of such a plant,, or some other, suitable
ground wns recently secured from
parties owning property close to tlie
Jewell.
Messrs. II. R. Elliot, of Armstrong,
and J. E. Crawford of Greenwnod,
purchased recently the Snppho claim,
silualed on llu* outskirts of Central
camp, from Messrs, tl. Stuart, and G.
C, Rose. As soon as Hie transfer was
made Messrs. Crawford and Stuart
started lo work on '.he properly.
Discarding the old shaft which lind
heen sunk hetween 10 and 50 feet in
depth, they prospected around and
soon found between two ledges or
bands of while ipiarlz a line mineral
outcrop, which upun being broken into disclosed some nice looking copper
ore. Al this poinl work is now being
prosecuted and it is snid wilh very
satisfactory results. Surface indications on this claim would tend to show
that, a fine body of copper reposes
somewhere in lhe neighborhood, and
il is quite likely that the present work
will lead to its detection,
ill SAYING PBICES
•*TT*l
Snine nice siiinples nf ore are being
hroiighl down from lhe Hecla claim
which is situated nl Rock Creek. Work
is progressing steadily upon this pro-
,.,       ... I pnrty, a tunnel helng driven In nn Hie
Irntisiiclion which would lie vei*v cure-  ,  , .,, .. .      ., ...
ledge, with it Is sain very satisfactory
resullB.   Thei'hiiinis owned by Messrs.
fully inqiiirs d inin is whul, is kiinwn as
thp Jevons contract   Mr, Jevon had a n     ,      , ,
. ,   ,    , . . .     Doiigliss, Alwnoil anil tilhers,
contract with lhe late government ml
connection wilh the parliament  build-1    Some work is soon lo In* shine on lhe
ings, and he received from the late Cordlck mineral claim, which Is sltnat-
government, just before I he elections, ed hi Summit camp, nnd is owned by
the sum of $1111,111111, which,  it,  is  cnn-  the Adnms British  Columbia   Mining
tended, he had no right to receive, and | Company,   A  shaft was sunk  to a
for which no value was received in Hie j depth of aliout 5(1 feel on Ibis property
shape of work done,   II is claimed  by snme time ago, l.ut the result  not  be-
On Friday last Mr. F. Keffer of
Anaconda lost on the road to Dead-
wood cainp, his pay-list nnd a number
of cheques drawn by him forthe 15, 0,
Copper Co., on The Exchange National
Bank of Spokane, dated tin* 23rd inst,
Payment oi all the lost cheques issued
by liini on thai dale have lieen stopped
at the bank and cheques marked
duplicate issued instead.
O make room for new goods  which   are  arriving every day, I will close out the follow-
ing lines at prices   that   will  ^*re  quick   sale,
for cash only.
Prints ^ ^ ^
The balance of my stock of Celebrated Fast
Color English Prints regular ij/ic.  quality
Your Choice 1!! 1-2 cts. Yard.
Nice Line Flannelettes •& g g
To Clear at 8 cts. Yard.
> LADIES AND MISSES TAN HOSE (g (g g
Regular 20 and 25 cent quality
To Clear at 15 cents Pair.
[BALANCE OF WOOL AND COTTON CHALUES <f \t) ^
To Clear at 8 cents Yard.
N!(I LINE MENS UNDERWEAR *-$ y|/ \$f
To Clear at 75 cents Suit,
iOTo Grooeara CJb.tiiiX'g-ecK. n-fc AboTV Px-icos
HcHICOI.,
Effli-dL-cir-ay.
" ■ HARDWARE ■ -
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing- Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
3EJo-fc3.f3©.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Tin*parlnershiphetween (!cn.,l„Sliec-
liun and F. Gwalkins hole! keepers,
Fairwiew, is dissolved by mutual consent. G. J. Sheehan will pay all hills
and will receive all moneys due the
ahove named firm.
Slieehan & (iwatkins.
Fuirview, B.C., July211,1KII8.
Motice.
Cariboo Mining, Milliner and Smelting Co.
Notice of stockholders' meeting.
-1* ,
Tho stockholders of the Cariboo Mining,
Milling ,1*. Knu'liiiitr Conn-any urn horoby ro*
iinesli'iltnlill.t'l ill the nllli'e nf Iln. mill Coin-
pany atCampMoKlnnoy, in IhoProvince of
lliil'lsls I'ohunliin, I'liiinilil. 011 lhe '-'Ttli sissy nf
Soptinibor, A. n„ 1808, nl the lmiir iif 1 o'olook
11.111., nf Uml ilny for tho purooso of voting "it
Iln* iirniiiisllliin In sell nml dliposo nf nil, nr any
portion, nf the assets, right0-, pofforB,prmlog(
nnd franchises uf snid Company.
tl.il. MeAl'bAY,
Seci'i.liiry.
®$z$m.ii<c.<<:Z&$**m&2m.ii«^
We solicit the patronage of the public, and trust by fair dea •
ing, and right prices, to merit your confidence.
w$
jyiail. orders receiVe our prompt atter\ticr\.
K;lid<rtMJE*a!''-. ' .,   ■
'*       '*"" W.ii -*   a*     -  a.*-  ,j*.     T     v I
(jrant! Prairie Hotel.
McLAliJEN BI*>OS,
Carson, B. C.
AN direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-   -   Proprietors.
GREENWOOD
the present government that this was
a sop given for political purposes.
On paying out this sum, the Turner
inn satisfactory, later development
look lhe form of open surface crosscuts,   This was resorted to in an en-
government received a full receipt for denvor in find tho ledge in place,
all work done in connection wiih lhe Could this he found no doubt Ihe ore
contract, Inil, neveiIheless, another would carry belter values than those
I III was soon  received ninuiintlng to obtained from samples sn far laken
816.C00,     The   Turner   govern nt from Ihe badly shaken   up outcrop-
actually refened  this Halm  to nrbl- plnns,   The Cordlck has good  neigh-
a ■    ;,.,! |f developed  uniler an nhle
11 rnuiontl  ancelled llu    trhl   mii'iiuramcnt might turn out lo he a
"'   . • ■ 11 enl valuable- claim,
Notice of Assignment.
Pursuant to   tlio    "Creditor's
Trust Deeds Act."
NOTICK Is horoby given Hint Thomas Elliot,
nf Knli'vlew, Iii iiii! Provlnoo i.f llrilisii
Ctilnniltiii, Merchant, 1ms, by tlecl bearing dato
tho Until day o( August. 1SIH, assigned nil his
I'l'iilniid personal prnport}' except ns ilicn-ln
monliotiod. In .Inlin Ploroi ef No. lliii Ahaizics
fsire.-i inili.. riivnf Vieiiirinln llie wild Province, Morolianhand Frederick Arthur Paulino
nf No. 111 KinK'-'- ll.iinlln tlii-sniil City, Merchant, In trust for Hit purposo nf paying nnl
satisfying ratoahly or proportionate y, and
iviili.ini proferoncoorpriority, Lhocreditors s.f
iln. nald Thomas Elliot, tholr just dobts,
Tho sulci deed mis executed by tlie suiil
Thomas Klliut (tho assignor) and tho suiil .Inlut
Plorov nnd l''rei!crick Ai'iltni' Paulino (llic
trusters) on tlio 211th day ol August, 1808. and
tho sold t-ruslooshave uixlortakon Ilia trusts
erniilcilliv the si'lsl deed.
All iici'siins having claims ngatnst llic snid
Thomas Elliot must forward nnd deliver tothe
nald trustees at, iiumbor '.'5 Yatos street,
Vieiiii'iii. 11. ('.. full particulars i.f tholr olalms,
duly vended, oil or boforo the fith ilny "f Oot
ohor, 1808. Allporsons intl.'Hc.l lu Ihc snid
Thomns Klliut nre roipilrod lo pay llu* luiimuits
line I.V Ilium, In llie mid IrilStOOl fnl'llnvllls.
A flan he said Slli day iif Oclobor, 1808, lho
IriiBlocs will proceed lo distribute ilm instils at
ilm raid estate among Iho parties .'iiillled
thereto, having regard only tn iln* olalms at
ulii.li they shall tSon have had nolieo,
Dated moSOIhdaj of August, 180S,
MARTIN & UNGIjUY,
88 Qovoi'iuiiciit St., Vlctnrio, H, C,
Solicitors, fur Hn: Trusleos,
Is 1 he (lent rnl Town and Supply I'ninl of I he Boundary
(heck Mining Camps,  From this New Town roads
haul til the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps,   m
Lois are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment.
For Price of Lots and Other Inforinalion, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Bnund'.ry Creek. B. 0,
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costkkton, Vernon, B. C.
A.  K, Stuart,  Vancouver,  B, C Midway, B. C, September 2(1,
THE ADVANCE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest .
Quickest
Shortest Route
0
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
AU Eastern,3European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN Leaves Pen*
tlcton daily, excopt Sunday, making con*
nocLimis with trains at Okunugan Landing for
SiciimouH Junntion lo join main lino trains
oast ami wont,
Through Tickets to ami from tho Paclflo Coast
to Eastern and ICuropoan Points.
Equipment unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining and Bleeping ears, luxurious day coaches,
tourint and free colonist Bleeping oara run on
all trains.
Kor information us to lime, rates, etc.. apply to
S. L. Smith,     D. R. McElmon,
Agent, I'oullcton.  Agent. Greenwood, H. C.
Or to £ J. Coyle,
Dint, PosaV Agent, Vancouver.
BUXLDBBS
Should carefully consider
the cost of materia!, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough ■:• and Dressed:-: L-umber,
Shingles, ■ Laths, - Etc.,
can bn -lurchiasod at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPERTHAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-♦♦♦♦
■;• Firewood $1 Per Load. •:■
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
S. A. I11IB & H
(Successors to R. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C
Keep a First-tlltis* stock ol
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
—-QIVHN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
I'OHTIIKKll'l*; IID\F   111.
FUlESSj PARKINSON
Mj/   Architects and
271 Civil Engineers...
Financial,
I-^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining- Ager|ts.
—*—■
*»9-yoTAiiims public.*-***
P aliview Townsite A^oisls.
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... ADDKEBS ...
FURNR8S & PARKINSON,
PAIltVIHW, B. o.
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Corrt'Hpoiuliinrc S.tl ii'i I oil.
D, MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
All Kinds of Work ICxcclitiid to tlin Sail
t'Jllillll Of tlllsllllllCl'H,
City of Paris and Lincoln.
As noted in tin* last issue of this
paper, a Hue ledge of ore wns cut
through recently by the tunnel which
is being driven to tup the ledges on
the Olty nf I'liiis ami Lincoln olalms,
which are situated in whut is nnw
known ns Central camp, hut which
wus formerly called Whites camp,
after the owner and dlpcoveror of the
ahove two claims, Just what ledge
this is there would seem in be somo
room for I'linli'iivi'i'saiv, for «s the
ledge does not outcrop on the ground
nbovo the tunnel, connecting il with
ledges which outcrop on surrounding
claims, is much a matter of conjecture,
Prom ils dip and trend it may he
the Lexington ledge, for this claim lies
tn the west unit .smith of the Lincoln
uinl tn tiie south and partly to the
west of the City of Paris, Should it
prove tn he then it shiiulil lie a gnnd
one indeed. It is not tho intention
however to enter into a discussion
with regard to this ledge, but rather
lo give an idea of what the City of
Paris Gold Mining Company
are doing tt) develop their property. In this respect it may he said
that the coinpaiiy snine time ago,
selected Mr. Henry White the former
iwner of the claims to superintend the
wnrk, and he upnii taking charge, provided as quickly as possible very comfortable quarters for the ininers, in
fact so, comfortable that no better
buildings are to be found in any mining camp in the district. Having done
this, wnrk was started on the No. I
tunnel, which has its opening on the
No, *1 claim lying to the south of the
Lincoln. To tap the Oitp of Paris and
Lincoln ledges, it is estimated that this
tunnel will have to be driven a distance of about (Kill leii, and this being
the ease the veins of ore shiiulil he met
wilh at a depth nf about 231 feet from
their outcrop, Over a half nf this distance has now been attained, with tbe
result as abuve discribeil, After completing the Nu. 1 tiinnelitistliepurpose
of the company tn start a second one nf
much greater length, the length frum
its mouth tsi the nre bodies being estimated at WHO feet, This tunnel whicli
will he known as No. 2 will attain a
dentil nf fully (XX) feet, and its point of
commencement will be upon the
Oregon Fraction mineral claim, which
in its turn is situated to the snutli nf
the "No, I". Tu drive this tunnel a
large.compressor plant aud machine
sli'ills will be installed, und for the accommodation of this plant, the ground
bus already been cleared un the Oregon
Fraction, near tn where the mouth fjof
the big tunnel will he.
Frnni this an idea may be gleamed of
the very substantial manner in which
lbe company is carrying un operations
and thai the venture will be carried to
a successful issue none can doubt who
are acquainted with lhe splendid display of mineral wealth that exists on
the City of Paris and Lincoln mineral
claim, even before the advent of operations by the present conipiiny.
Waking Up.
United Stales Minster Conger the
other day informed his government
lhat the Emperor of China has taken a
large sti ide in advance in civilization
by encouraging the newspapers of his
empire to publish u truthful a.'cniint of
the daily events and tn be bolh hold
and fearless io th*. discussion of current, affairs, He has by public proclamation made the "Cliinesi Daily
Progress" an official organ and declared tliat articles which appear in
Chinese newspapers, though apparently displeasing tn him ihall nut on thai
account be suppressed, He has direct*
ed tlmt Important articles of current
events in Ihe lending papers shall be
marked nml presented to him prompt*
ly. He assigns. In his proclamation,
thu reason for Ihis that lie desires tu
extend his knowledge nf nHairs hoth
Chinese and foreign,
lie has also iiililrcssi'il In lhe people
along explanation of his new policy,
declaring thnt, in many respects Western civilization is superior In the existing order iu his domain, and he Intends
to adopt its gnnd features and discard
the bad lines.
His must radical edict however
establishes a postal system throughout
the empire, and the emperor asks the
people In en-nperale with hill! in milking Ihe newly established system a
success, assuring Ihem I hat they vill
thus aid In strengthening the resources of the empire.
By another nrder tlieetnpernr extends
practically in everybody the right to
memorialize the throne, a privilege
heretofore restricted to certain classes.
He also commands Ihnt monthly ac.
counts be rendered nf the government
receipts nnd expenditures everywhere,
and thai these accounts be published,
Spokane Falls
...& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - ANI) - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, wlth-
o utchange of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . ._
DAISY TRAIN'S,
GOING NORTH.                    GOING SOUTH,
12.27 ii. iii   IIAHCCS lltlS rs.ni.
Traiii leaving Marcus at 11:111a. in.
makes close connections at .Spukane
with trains fnr all
PaciHc Coast Points.
Close connections at Nelson with
steamboats for Kaslo anil all Kootenny
Luke points.
Passengers for Kettle River nnd
Boundary Oreek conned al, Marcus
ivilh slage daily.
o. «3*. -des-cow,
o. p. &T. A,
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROCK OREEK,
xx. n-t-fceixcins'ii. ivestx-.
First-Cuss Accommodation for Quests.
GOOD STABLING
•ti'MSxccllei'l. KisliiiiK oi) ICotllc RivorJE?
W. H. WEBB,
o^ Practical ___,
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Repaipi-ag'
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
<&■ CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
yy  S. KEITH, M. E.,
ASSAYER  AND CHEMIST,
(IltKl'NWOOJ), H. 0.
Wont  PROMPTLY AMI  CAREFULLY
ATTENHEDT0.
AMISTBOI HOTEL.
II, KEYES, Prop.
Gond Accommodation,
Ileal Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
»     HENRY CARR, 0,6. E.M. <i)
1 HENRY C. CABR.E. M.
I
I Assayer, *
| CHEMIST   *< MINIMI    KNlllNliliR,  IS
(d Fairview, B. C. *
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j)Riy ELMON.    '
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPICE ST.,
Greenwood, B.C.
tiiinil Tools. Plenty Material,
Tl ami .in years experience to do    f I
:X   work correctly'.   ... Ia
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11 Business Lots ^taZ-*
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98
Choice of good locations from $100 Sjj&S
upwards, ___*
Excellent   sites,   50x140 at $75; Rra
ijlj 75x120 at $100. m&
m Garden Lots_-^56- ffl
$%}& Good soil; water  handy,     In l/_ %$&
\fflt4 acre,   1 acre,    2x/_ acre, and 5 SffiS
jpffl acre plots, §|£j
unjlj   Deferred payments if required. SjJfS
hjft Liberal reduction for prompt building. §£$
Hf The JVlidway Co., Ltd. W
Hi   Midway, 13. C.   -and -   Montreal, P. Q. gift
Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.     Passengers to
and from   Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
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Livery, Feed and lj    Penticton, B. C.
Sale Stables ...    iU R> Si kali.; Prop.
feii|i|*UffiJ5 Jl] '-2!1
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Nnw is tiie time to buy Summer
and Fall Clothing, a furllier
reduction in prices	
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a,i   .-"■;'":'-ilffi
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•11 alii -I-i Mi* air
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In order In malic room for nur winier stuck
ill*
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fClotliing we have decided to sell wbal is j
v left of summer and early fall clothing, at _
±t COST, We need the riinui'and must sai'rillfc.  JjDj
i'
n a-
i sn don't lie slow and lake Ibis opportunity
fcpletnlsh your wardrobe.
m
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, 1.15.
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IA Fui! New Line of,,
)■   <MllftMyiYI!fiyiyM>1l'ffi*aMy|y|^V!\.jyj'|V(|\
Groceries arriving every day,   Nurlli ,
west Creamery Butter In 21b tins •
ami lib bricks.   Californiaovaporafc. *..w.
ed fruits   and berries.     Kippered |S3|
llaililicsaiisl Herring, Salmon nellies iWtl
and line white  Mackerel,  Morton's Slijlt
assorted potted .Meals. Honoy   In ffl®
comb and In fact everything in the **!t!
fancy nnil plain Grocery Hue.
m
i
I Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents fur. i|
nishing' goods a full line.
...
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dijyit'
111.' *. .*
4.4  |M|
d^*Iet -lE-aim. <SC Co. llf:
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Post 0£Iloc3 Stox-o   .   .
«•••; DXi.&axrasr.
'   '   j   :|!fl»tl2r:|>''ll*|a.'i»||»:i;|53J.1'|?«tt2p*f
I. ilai/lt *i|*i alt ,-, ..1^ „,
' ii i    . ii ■ %i\t
Practical House and Carriage
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash I Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
,1. P. FLOOD, Manager,
J. KHHK, Sucre tv
Tlie Kettle River Dressed Meat and Provision Co.
HAVE lESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY  GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in the towns named, and the
Several mining camps of the disirici. THE ADVANCE
Miiiway, 11. 0„ Sei-tembeb28,  1898
mm
SP ffl
5|.Tf  ; ■ .' "''Jt?"?1*!!' n"""1'**1"" »" •*■: Commercial and Mining men should put up
['■ft ]■■      ,'-,        '27,.,... in isSS.   ie;i   y.'iirs  liiler,   llie ^                                        r            r
Bm  i,,■,-,.,„- wns :-,:;;..-o ur a total of at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
ti-ftli   ,,:.i i •! -1...1   .-.. i...-.,a-    ,'. ,il„„.,l,.,,.„l., '
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BJ The trade centre of the Grand jM
M Prairie, Kettle iver and j ;
M% Boundary creek mining and . s
fe agriculi     1 :ou itry.
g|  Situated at tbe junction of '
tithe Boundary creek, Marcus |
Spand Reservation wagon roa   .  ,
KS Nearest point to the Coto le    ■
_n_t ,'■'■ ft-'-'
_m reserva o
If
11 LOTS A3 GOOD  A3 GOLD W
m
Fnr prices ami all otherinfurination apply to iftft
■ft
SKS McLAREN Bros,     or
m OARSON,
;  : ltS!Sa,:SSES.G00D ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLENT.
|i'*i'i'.'.ii.   Of iiii- iniTease more Ihnn
!.-'l,l«iii,iiiiiii.-ni.,lii.-.l In lhe lasl  twelve
months I as lbe increase of liusl
ness ii   Uii.  sl.-|. ii'tuienl   with  llival
iin at- Inereased  frum ;ij8,()17,12S
. .'*.-,. |i   I808,theenllrein
■ ens .,ai di .'I.-.'.. ibeenllillielrade
within the ': n i        S nliing i mid be
 re .. llsfaetory iluin  llie  fact  that
Canadian goods weie finding a   great
innrkel In Britain.
Qeo J'. Skeehar*.
proprietor.
^BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL»■>
fruit For Great Brftian.
Aft i'i- ii s i'.-'.'. ii.t extended
stay in Oi*w I Britain, witli
ilu: Minister nf AtfrlcnltUH?-,
Ei i i lie pin po*1 nf making |)hi*oii*
nl invt'st.ipiition .■ io the condition o£
Ihi I mil Market, PcolV^or Rul-citson 1
of the Exjjei'itn i lI Farm, has fsUirn-
ed [i Ottawa full of enthusiasm for lhe
future of the Canadian fruil I.rude
with the old Country, Hi- dci-laieB
thai there is a h'm market   for  pen
*""8*!5S^I   Tllos.   Wake |«S==^
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The holel is centrally located and Is a stopping place for slage
lines,    (innil IMiing in lbe vicinity.   Good stabling.
Mcnis will be served al all hours, Ihe tables being furnished with
iin best,   .1 variety of lbe choicest brands uf liquors and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, IS. C.
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SMITH &  Mi'LI'Oll, hioi'i'iKTous.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings,etc. All kinds of factory
ies, plums and work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast  Cedar worked
. c"V si\n°   'nt0 Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
igles kept in slock.   Best material always in stock,
been
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goods to London
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ijj disappointment as to divl-
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jjj rater,, is to 25 ilea taut lias
$ }han those of old line Mu
* tual companies.
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Accident Insurance.
Followi .1. Tiie commission ir is
ed that there Is nn unlimited natal...I
lnr Canadian fruits which will (ind
ready sale at pri -..a that will handsomely remunerate the Can .'.Ian a...
slucer. The deluils of Lninspftrtnliun
huve been very i- refully worked out, |   |;
■ flidway Meat Market - |
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At lliis establishment customers cnu ;:et choicest etitsoi
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL,
:C*oa';:•--".fa'-ii.ia- tf.ttftiar oai.*fc3x© J!»a?»03Da.±BlOBl
ASSETS, .
I the only chisisee ni' any waul  of
z    sweeps will arise from negligence mid
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iii    carelessness    on    lhe    pari    ol  llu-
shipper.
January ist, 1807, -j;
$20 896,68 (.53   -ii
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LIABILITIES, . .  17,920,160.2 »
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any passenger conveyance using sl an    - •■
motive power the ; mount  tn be paid     h a
specified in the clause under which the claim is uiade.
Cost $52 a vi:\i:  to Professional and   Business |
Men.and Commercial Travelers, %
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REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY I    Agental ' ernon,
SOLD BY THEM,     ' H. SCHI '
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The Waterloo De li,
It. ia pracli 'ally settled Ilinl lhe
Walerlno .-lain. In ( nu p Mi I inn v.
upon \i hiah tin' rei enl i. miu kabls rich
strike ofl'iee gold was 111 ide, is lo pass
into the bunds of a Spukane company
1 ■> lie failed the Waterloo Mining k
MillingCuiupnuy. The propeity iit-s
.villi unly the Wnirlon cluim intervening between il .-tnil the Carihoo group,
u|i!*n whith lhe Ciiribno comp ny is
winliing mid paying regular .livid.'nils
fiDiii nre exi.iaci.i'd. It is said thai the
}   1. larihiio vein runs directly through the
Waterloo ami the re. 1 strike of rich
ipinrtz 1- made upun the Cariboo lead
where ii crosses the prop. 1 ty,
Aiming the gt'iitleineu whn will be
Interested are James Monaglian, .'.i. M.
Oowley, ft;:., id O'Sliea, John Port-
enrs. William O'Brien,IVCunninghiiin,
.1. A. Rockwell iind A. 1'- Jamie-urn.
The original owners of Iho properly,
M"-. I'miii'gnu, ThomasGraliiiin nud
.ics* Murphy, will retain a three-tenths
interest lu the company. Tha capital
iailimi will he l,(J(JO,000shares of 11 par
value of IC eenls. Dr. J. P. Reddy,
wlm has a hond on the properlj. is
engineering the organization of the
company,
!>r. Reddy relUrned from a visil lu
the properly the other day, bringing
with him a suck of samples of the blue
tptaiis unci listed with masses ..f guld
vi.ibis* iu the eye, ii.* hie 11 larg •
i)iianl spei inieii tin hisoffls  .
where the) ... thi cenli r nf itlract*
lun for mining men, He hn - 10 I, p
llieni 11 id. ■ Ini'li and key, t - valiialile
ill1 ; - un I ■- nni a i-'uveled, One
pli ce : • '. nn *ii
lm li and 1 11   and 111   In :   »  li
a - en ol . he hrighl
1.1,1..:. I, I. estinii led Ihnt ihen 1
1 ' I win (li of guld in slghl. Olher
ap.a |m ns a ■• much broken, with lho
pis ■■ ta,u Hi* held together by little
wires of gold. -Sp/ikeflinen Review,
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Having reined my premises the Brooklyn  Hotel, situated in
Greenwood Camp, 1 I e« to giv : notice thai from the first dav
of August the business in connection with the above hotel has
been in the hands cf the lessees.
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* Therefore .Meals are always fresh and sweet    Call and got 11 goodjoiut Jj
^ for din 'to-day. f
Hotel   JL
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Cascade
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CASCADE CbTY, B. C.
Hc^dguarters fb mining nien
YJgMM—^?8 Chriatina  L'ike
djstrlct Stogijinp- pl.ici fop
stages cn  route from
CH.Thomas, Prop
Marcus to Boundt ry
Creek  points.
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MA I NLAND  NURS E R Y  COMPANY
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -.
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Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Irees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AKD ORNAJIENTAL TRUES,   PLANTS AXD VINES"
Send for Free Catalogue,   j   E, Hutcherson, Manager.
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IVe have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will be able to oiler our patrons
Bed Room Sets        Chairs and Tables *  Lounges,
-   *=   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   -   -
ALL OF THH LATEST PATTERNS AM) DESIGNS
ANO AT PRICES AltlCH WILL DEFY COAlPETITON.
Wo are agents for tlie NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
T. M. Cully & Co., - Greenwood, B. C.'
THE
F. GRAFF.
C:::iew> Wash. .-
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COUNTY COURT  NOTICE.    j>.
P
A aiiiii.;;..:'llu, ('.an i.i C'oart of Title will lie
lie Ion
At Mlilwuy .in Monilny tin* lililt ilnj of
Ih'tolKir 1898.
iVttlni hour ot ll o'olook In tin foren. in.      |       >u' navejust opened Ihe above llolel nl Greenwood Oily, mm are prepared
u , iuu!. to welcome guests and provide good nccniimiodaliou,   Good Catering,   Mrs
W, G. McllTNN,        clam Livory Stable.
Grekjjwood City  Boundary Creek, B. C.
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■J W. KELSCN
PROPRIETOR MmWAY, B. 0„ SEITEMI1I3I120, 1898.
THE ADVANCE
LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
Mr. G. B. McAulay passed through
town on Saturday on his way to Camp
McKinney,
Mr. J. E. Boas wnsa visitor in town
Saturday having recently came iu
from Spokane.
The many friends of Mrs. W. Davis
of Midway will he pleased to hear that
she is gradually recovering from her
recent severe sickness,
Mr. Keene, formerly uianager of the
Caribou mine at Camp McKinney,
passed through town on Saturdays
stage bound for che scene of his former
labours,
Mrs. W. ,T. Armstrong and son of
Vernon, came in on Fridays slage,
Mrs. Armstrong joined her husband at
Anaconda, and fur thi future may reside there.
On Thursday next the electors will
lie given an opportunity to express
their opinions, hy voting on the prohibition spu'stiun, In this district
pulling booths will be open at Midway,
Greenwood, Upper and Lower Grand
Forks Cascade Ciiy, Brooklyn, Trail
and Rossland,
It is Biiid that Mr. A. R. Tillman will
at once bring the sawmill outfit belonging to the British Coluuiliia Lumber Ctnupany f"Otn Camp McCuddy.
and set it, up on Boundary Creek. This
is no dnuhl the outcome of an agreement reached hy Mr. W. Powers and
the British Coluuiliia Liinther Company.
All exhibits to the New Westminster
exhibition will he carried tree by the
C. P. It. providing after lhey have
been on exhibition they are not disposed of, hut are returned to the poiul
frinn which they were shipped. This
no doubt does nut apply to mineral
exhibits, that is lhat they musl be returned.
Mr. II. Kerr and family moved down
to Midway during the past week and
for the future will reside, hero. Tlie
0. P. 11. right-of-way was not. only
located through Jlr. Kerr's ranch properly on Boundary ereek, the line
came so close to his residence, it
necessitated his moving away, as in
the near future the house will be de-
staoyed. ur at least taken from its
present position.
By orders recenlly issued a new lime
schedule has come into force al. the
Government ntllres throughout- the
pruvince, and for llle fui ure all offices
will he opened for business al. 9 o'clock
a.in., and closed at 4 o'clock p. m„
except on Saturdays when the lime
for closing is set al 1 o'clock p. in. The
public will do well lo noli* Ihis
fact especially that no liusiness is
transacted on Saturday afternoons.
Mr. Rickards, who is the representative here, of the Phoenix Assurance
Company of Loudon, England,received
word a few days ago, tliat although
the Phoenix company lost some $811,01X1
liy the recent New Westminster fire,
yet did they as soon as word was
received of the disaster, instruct their
general agents iu British Columbia,
Messis. Ceperty, Mackenzie and
Bounsefell, to contribute $51)0 to the
relief fond. This is the kind of
generosity which generally gets its
reward.
During the past, week an opportunity was offered to inspect one of the
single camp maps in the office of F, M.
Kerhy, P. L. S. and it must he said
that It Is more than likely that the
future will witness a great demand for
these maps. The map shows the correct location nf all surveyed claims
and the apprnxinat.e location of those
not. surveyed, and as the. map is drawn
nu a large scale it, readily conveys to
the observer a correct idea of Ibe
relative position of the several cliiiins
in the camp, A folder containing a
serieBof Ihese maps, representing the
different camps of the Bnunilary creek
districl, would be a valuable acquisition to those engaged in the mining
industry in this sect ion,
Mlnton is to he the name of the new
townsite which is being platted on the
property of Mr, VV, G. McMynn atthe
foot of Christina Lake near Cascade
City. Mr. F. Wullastun, P. L. S., of
Grand Forks, is now engaged upon the
survey, and as soon as this is completed lots .vill be offered to JJie public
From its splendid situation, lying us it
does at the foot of one of the most
beautiful of British Colmnbin hikes, it
will no doubt be much patronized by
investors and those desirous nf building summer residences in alienllhyund
charming locality, nnd therefore the
success of the place sh mid even now be
assured, Le<t some may Imagine
that the place has heen christened after
the owner of the land, it ivould be
well to say that such is not the case,
as by adopting lhe word Minton, it
hus been sought to honor the new
Governor General of Canada,
Mr, Lundy, one of our esteemed
local merchants is around about, again
after a few days of illness, which judging from his appearance must have
been very severe.
Mr. D. D. Mann nf the fiiin of Maon
and McKeuzie came In town on Saturday and left again yeslerday. Mr.
Mann came to the district to take a
look at bis mining properties and also
lo look over the route over whieh his
llrm ivill soon be grading a railway,
 4 . 4	
Oold Amalgam Stolen.
Vancouver, B. ('., Sept. 19.—Thehig*
gest rubbery in mines fur a long time is
reported from Lillooet today. A tele-
grain fnnn Superintendent Rives, of
the Gulden Cache mine, states that 81)0
ounces uf gold amalgam were stolen on
Sunday night. This is the result of
three weeks' clean-up at, t he niines, and
represents nearly $10,000, which the
shareholders will lose.
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Troops to Manilla.
The United States government has
decided to send four more regiments of
troops to Manila, with ns little delay
as possible. The regiments, will consist of the First Iowa, Twentieth
Kansas, First Tennessee and First
Washington. By such action it is
plainly demonstrated that the United
States government expects to have
some trouble in the far east, before all
things are arranged to the satisfaction
of all parties concerned in the Philli-
pine question,
 4-+4	
A Silver Wedding.
During the past 25 years, hundreds
and perhaps I lumsands of people have
found themselves at, some time at that
charming little spot known as Osoyoos,
which is situated on the shore of the
lake hearing lhe same name,
and being there, it, is snfe to
conjecture that they failed not
to become acquainted with those
who embody all that is lofty, true, and
kind in the noble German ehaiaeler,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kruger. For
the loug number of years before indicated, these good people have held
the pr.iud position of host and hostess
at Osoyoos, and thousands are there
who would no doubt readily testify to
tbe pleasure they have experienced
when with a hearty hand shake, and a
solicit nous, How do you do? nnd a
cheerful, I am glad lo see you! they
have neon invited to accept hospitality
at. the hands of those who gave them
welcome.
To such then the news that this
happy Inline wns tbe scene nf a large
gathering of friends no the 18th inst.,
will cnine with pleasure, and doubt ly
so when it. is stated that the occasion
marked the celebration of the silver
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs
Kruger.
Being assembled, and with hearts
overflowing with kindly sentiment, the
guests one nod ull,ns little souvenirs of
the occasion wete exchanged, wished
their entertainers yet many years of
connubial bliss, and in these gnnd
wishes the Advance desires to join,
and being granted sueh requesl,
would add lhe hope, that lhe space nf
time which must span lhe period between a silver and golden wedding
anniversary will be for Mr. and Mrs.
K.ruger,ftlled with every happiness experienced by these who, hand-hi-hand,
travel the path of life.
Seed Wheat Fop Sale,
Parties needing good
clean fall seed wheat
.• for planting, should
•^ call on J. A. Coulsnn,
'(     Midway, B. C, who
has two famous vari.
tries, the	
Early Genessee Giant
-ANI1-
Dawsons Golden Chaff.
KssnijiIcK can bo Boon nt Hain & tin's Htorc
Midway,
This
Hot
Weather
Will bring plenty of flies
"TANGLEFOOT"
WILL HATCH EM
SURE.
FOli 8ALE BY:
J. A. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST]
MIDWAY - D. C
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIINON. B. C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A|?fo*at JCor,**-
The Boyal Insubance Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.!
The  Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London 'and Canadian Fir
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy ur
.   Canada.
The Dominioi' Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Certificate   of Improvements
NOTIOB.
Ron Roy Mineral Claim.
Situate in tho Kettle River Mlninsr Division
of Yale District.  Whore located : Central
Cnmp.
-TAKE NOTICK that I. Alexander Wallace
!    free minor's corttflcato No. 112ft, Intond,
sixty ilavs from (Into horonf, lo applv to lho
Mining Recorder for a covtlltcato of Improve*
meats, for tho purposo of obtaining a Crown
Gin'it of tin. iilmvo elislns.
Atitt further lake notico that action under
section 37iriusl be commonood titifori: tho issuance of such ('on iflcnto of Improvements.
Ilatod this lillh day of Juno, 1838.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
OTotico.
Goui Hill minimal Claim,
Situate ln the  Osoyoos Mining Division nf
Yale   Dlstriot.   Where located:- Cnmp
Fairview
TAKK NOTICE, thnl I. Chas. de lllols Green
as iiKitnt for Wm. A. IHer froo
miner's eertillcitc No. 70132, and Alfri'd
A. Ilnvlilsnn free Minor's cortillciito No. 70133,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Minim*; Recorder for a ccrliflciile of
tmpi'ovonienls, for tlio purpose of obtaining n
Crown Kiiini of tlio aboveolatnio.
Anil fiirtltor lake nolloo that action, under
section 37. must he commonood before 'he issu
nnoo of snr.ti ivrilllealo of improvements.
Ilateil this 12th day tf .Inly, 1808.
Mineral Aet 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
Notice.
Ilmi ROY anii Niiiutino.ii.k Minkhal Claims.
Situate in tho Osoy.ins Mining Division of
Ynle district.    Where   locnted: Camp
Pairview,
TAKE NOTICE, thill l.Clins. (lo lllols Gr i
ngi.llt for lho Fnlrviow Consolidated Gold
Minos,',:. I,liniti!.l.ol|.'ali'ili'iv,ll,C.,froi'inintT's
cortlllcalo No, iHliisi.i, Inlond, sixty .tins fnnn
thodntohoroof, toapply to tho Mining Rocnr*
der for a oortlfloato of improvements, for llss.
purpisc of obtaining a Grout] grant of the
abovo olalm,
And further lake notloo tliat nellon, undor
section 37. must tie cotninonood  hs'fort' lho
Issuance nf such cci'llllciilctif lin|ii'ovoiucnts
llntoil this 121b dny of,Inly, ISM.
Kit <.if4.it <iiHiH.iH.iiliH.iil'.H.iiliiliH,'iiiiiiii' **'*• iii <i'H,iH' SI*
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Druggists Sundries,
Patent Medicines, Etc
Miller's Pharmacy Greenwood,b.c
Mail Oi-ctejf s Sollclterl.
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I'l&'iy <I* vi?/fr 1r\\ */$ •/]> -/Jv /fr Yi$ /fr /iwfr •/]> /IC^v'/fr'/fr /fr */J> •/fr /fr
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The Russell HardwareCo.,
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Of Greenwood City, B. C, has just, received a ear load of stoves, aril in Ihe assortment may he fiiutid every discripiiiin uf llie sieve frum the highest clnss
range down lo the small tin stove for the |irospeet0r. A peculiar feature in con
miction with this Shipment Is, that although you ean choosa from a great,
variety you can only get one quality, .'The Best^i Aslo price? Well, considering ihe qiuillty they arc Cheap ! Cheap!! Cheapl I! and so you wuuld
say if yoo examined Ihe goods,
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—~=Don't delay for the stoves are selling every day.=^—
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Orders by Hail Receive Prompt Attention;
^phe Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges.   Only the best brands c(
liquors and cigars kept tm hand.   A  good table1
and good beds add much to the comfort of its'
patrons,
E. MORRIS, PROP.
R088UND,
G   EENWOODi
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY' '.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
Fire Insurance a Specialty.  ^J^&WT*
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Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished*
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to'
the wants and wishes of customers at all times,-
GOOD STAIII.lN'tl ON  TIIK  PREMISES.
T, DONALD & Co. Props.     T, DONALD,* Marg, THK AIWANCE
Midway. B.C., SEPTEMBER 26, l'I)8.
BOUNDARY GREEK MINING AND MU LING COMPANY, LTD. LY.
incorporated October 21st, 1896.
ttLtt_AJB   OPPIOB ,   GREEMWOOD CIOTST, 13 . O
Italization $1,500,000, ii $1 Shares, Treasury Stock 700,
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G, A. R.. Big
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D, S. F, J. A. C, P. H, C. S. & H, E. C, B,
Prospective,  Spokane and  Granite  Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
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DESCRIPTION.
=*£-»
OFFICEESOF COMPANY,!
-   -   -   -   PRESIDENT
Ii. A. II0LBH00K        -   MANAGER
E. JACOBS  -  -  -   -   Secretary-Treasurer
RANKEKS
HANK OF MONTItEALr.-i tl Vkbnon, li. C
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Oo the "11. A" is a vein nhout [211
inches wide, with a pay-streak of 4 lo
lli Inches; fnnn Inia 'tifiitii lbs, uf ore
was shipped to the smelter, giving
$103,15golij l"'a ton, silver 7*1 7-10 ozs.,
and 2 |ii*i"eeni. lend, A numel is being
driven on this vein from whieh ore is
lieing taken. On the same property is
a larger vein (quartz) currying galena
anil pyrites,
The "(i. A. ti." lias n 80-fool shaft
snnli on n 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized with nn intimate mixture of iron
anil copper pyrites, galena, blende ami
sllverglauce, Thelinesl piecesofwiresil-
verfiiiind on Boundary! 'reek were taken
frum this shaft. Aveiage assays from
different places across lhe vein gave
$8.00 gold, 60 ny.*. silver: also $8.00
guld and IBO ozs. silver and one, the
lali'st return—$15.05 gold and llli) I-a
ozs. silver per ton,
On the "llig Ledge" is n 10-foot
quartz vein, mineralized with lion
pyrites. This vain has been opened
up hy cross-cuts on llle surface fcroOO
feet, A narrower vain has been
opened up, lieing une foul wide, curry- I
ini; considerable copper pyrite., and
runs inlo lbe main ledge as a spur, nu
which a tunnel of 10 feet has been
driven, Average assays gave $H8 gold
anil 11-10 ozs. silver, aud $4ll,35gold
17! uzs. silver, 2 pel eenl. copper
The "S.F," lies l-etw 1 IheO, A, I!
and D. A., in the direction ul lb*, strike
tm the (i. A. ti. vein. This hiintiou has
een in ide on a vein of pyrrhotite,
The "O. 11," bus two ilislinrl veins
one 25 feet wide whieh, from Its strike
and general character would seem to
lis' the Bame vein as tbat on the llig
Ledge, all bough sufficient has nol
been done to make Ibis (•[inclusive.
Tin* second vein has al present a
width of nearly Ihree feet, Assays
have shown values in gold from $1.00
to $1711.511, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S, Fowler, M, K. gays*
$20,00 in gold. *
; On Ihu "8, II. li." are two converging veins of copper nnd Iron pyriles,
on whieh work is now being done, An
average assay gave, gold $1,50, silver
;-10*| nzs,, cupper 11.I'll per cent., ur
$40.-14 for all values.
Tin* "Fred li;'was located iu De
ei'iiiher, 1805, mure as ground for a
basis for mining operations for the
ulher (lai ms I ban for ils presenl value,
although there is little tl.ail.I Ihal lhe
large vein on IheO. B. runs lhrough
it, Tin-re is a small vein iif galena on
Ibiscliii n.
The "il, A. 11." baa a large iron -
flipping running through it frum lhe
Aoiieond i, at, a deplh nf n few feel,
The ore carries n considerable percent
nge of of cnppei and $10 iu gold,
%
This company is registered under the
Companies
Act
1890, <
md amending
acts, in
the
,B,
off
ce (if the Registrar in
Victor!;
c.
for 1,500,000 shares at
$ 1.00,
nun
-   as
lessable,
of  which   a
portion
of
the
Treasury
stocK is now
offered at io cents a share on application to the company,
_t_wstni__'i
The remaining six claims 11 re all good
prospeclB, bul as yet very lillle development work has been dune on
heiu.
tit
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MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Iniprovoinoiits.
Tun Aci.tst Minkuai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, ofYale
Districl.  Viliere Located:- Camp Fair-
view.
TAKK NOTICK thnl w.'.H. Hoso, freo minor's i-i'i'lilli'iili' No, 711,111, .I1.I111 Stevens,
froo minor'scwliiknto N... MOa, Julni A. Cory.
ell, I'.'.'i' minor certJIIi'alo No.1'12a. .1. I'
Iturnyeul froo miner's corllllcato No, llS,l)io, in   . ,
ll'll.lai-av.lnv.afi I'll,llioroof, l„ n|i|,l) I.. III.-  I X
Mining Hi 'dor fora (jcrlllloolo of liinii'ovii-
ini'iii.-, for the iini|...at. i.l otilnlnltig 11 Crown
Qrant of tho nbovo olnlm by tholrugonl John
Kit-veils.
An.l furthor tnko niitlesi that nellon uniler
section 37 miiKl bo commoner' iiufuro llio Issu*
iiii.-i. of such 1 '.'il ill. al.'"!' Iniliriivomoiils,
llnleil till* 1st ilny 0/August, has.
O T"X T"H T\ O
KJ J*W JUV i** Kj   a
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CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
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ntity ..
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TAXflX.Jif.
k    Quality
AT EASTERN PRICES.
THE BEST|PRODUCED.
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.-^
THE ONIY  PERFECT FENCE.   MoMullen's   Fencing   an.l   Netting
_    cuniTrTi'iiiinr rrumun Combine these two Qualit
best m. WOVEfj WIRE FENCING no others do.
WIRE ROPE SELVAGE. 	
•STEEL
WIRE
MAIL ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
. . .We Pay The Duty . . .
O..B& P. B. NELSON,
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
Showlnj' tho Date:, and Places of Coilf--
Assi.'.c, Nisi Prius. Oye*' anil Terminer anil
Uenoral Gaol Delivery lor Ihc Year 18911,
KALI, ASSIZI18,
Clinton Tlaa-liti-,'ji>ii,ls,,|ii„tii',ei-
Itis'lllli'ltl Monthly, '.'illli lii'iitmiitii r
K loops .M.inil.t.v. iinl Orlnlior
l.yiiini Ki'lslay, lltli Octolioi'
Vent.in 'tl..i.iliij, Iliiliili- .'
Now Westminster.. ..Tiicmluy, lai  Novcn 1
Vnnoo'ivoi' Monday, Ntli November
Vtetorln Tuesday, tjib Novomlicr
Ni'.iiiiiiini Tuesday, 22nd Noi 1 an In
•-THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling.  Terminus of Stage Lino
frum '.larriis, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
Mamif n-jlurort and Sold by
THE ONTARIO WiRB FENCING CO., Ua
PiU.Qll-.OllUTlO.
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
(At,I, OTHER VAHIKTIKS CHEAP.)
McMullen's aro the only good nettings
sold In Canada, They are unequalled for poultry yards, trellises, and
lawn fencs'S.
Ask your hardware merchant for McMullen's goods.   If you cannot buy of
I The Manufacturers at Picton, 0nt„ or to
him write to j The B. Greening Wire Co,, Ltd., Hamilton and
Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, nontreal, (icncral Agent for Railway Fencing.
•r kmuh.Ti'MitHi.'ia.a-Kmxi
\V. UALRYMPLK
Commeraial Job Printing.
AT Till': ADVANCE,
J, W. l^EEl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
'O"! I
ah Kindt, of Repairing.   Horseshoeing    Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
PAIltVIEW, ll. C
1 Specialty,
All Work Warranted.    oll-S
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COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
.1 Bitting uf tlio County Courl of Ynle will ho
holdon
At (ii-sinil Kiii'IiK, on Friday, tlie 7Hi
slny of October, 1898,
Al ll..' hour of 11 o'clock In tho fori on
Hy Command.
8. It. ALMOND,
Govornlnoiil Otllce, D. It. C.C.
(Ji'uinl Forks, -JODLoinbtu* fit*!, 1808
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A Bitting of tho County Court of Yule will
bo holdon
At Fnlrviow- on Ootobor I3th 1898.
At tho hou" ol II o'olook In tlio forenoon.
Bycominiunt,       O. A. 11. LAMBLY,
Government Ofllco, Osoyoos, U- H. 0.0,
Au«Hflt27th 1808.

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