BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Advance Feb 3, 1896

Item Metadata

Download

Media
advance-1.0309078.pdf
Metadata
JSON: advance-1.0309078.json
JSON-LD: advance-1.0309078-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): advance-1.0309078-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: advance-1.0309078-rdf.json
Turtle: advance-1.0309078-turtle.txt
N-Triples: advance-1.0309078-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: advance-1.0309078-source.json
Full Text
advance-1.0309078-fulltext.txt
Citation
advance-1.0309078.ris

Full Text

 THE ADVANCE.
VoL IV, No. 14.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1896.
1.00 per Year.
—
. FALL GOODS.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing ani Gents' Furnishings, f
Hardware, Etc.
We havojuBt received our Fall ami Winter Stock of tho abovo ami arc
aoUiug Bamo at very low jirtixH. Ho boforo imr-hiwlntf your winter nUpplicH be
dure aud give us a call antl be convinced that our [irices are tho
2-.o ^rest ixx the X-X_u-*3_ce-t
W. T. Shatford & Co. I
il
I
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Somo
Notary Pi-m.ic, Cosv
Office: Ollmoro's llle
VKHNON.
-a Horn-Mis Couirr,
,S(,-i:a, K-rc.
Hnrnard Avenue,
■ H. C.
pilEI). BILLINl   ,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office : MurlinV Muck.]
Vi-aixox, B.C.
pOHBES JI. KI'HBY.I'.L.S.,
A. JI.CS.C.K.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, B. C.
Fairview, Camp McKinney nnd Vernon.
*
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J, THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan
Stage Connection with SS, Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos antl all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Gudies and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
r  E.OROWELL,
TRONSON ST,, V-IISON*.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
TREATMENT OF GOLD ORES. j Illg lo pny $11) an .ce for lhe gold iu '< hul two heavy lo run nil' ivilh.   The
  ,lhe...-.', I ll.ink la halted with a very templing
4 well known authority on Colorado    At lhe Gulden Rewa,_ Ublurinatipn morsel, ,- plainly covering it. anil
gold ores claims that ehliirlnatloii is works, lhe pioneer works in America. '■ tlms arranged the trap ia left out uver
hest suited and is more advantageous, where they have limited uptiards of night, Brer' Wolf iiunios along, es-
than Ihe cynnide process. He says it 2)0,000 inns nf ore since starting in amines the halt aud Hndiug liosu.pi-
is a well known fuel Uiui. a soliitioo of 1890, the cost of tr.ului.iil hns lieen clon of sti ycliiiinc, hulls ii. Finding
chlnrine in waler is a very efllcient, md ' mduieil to $11 per Ion, nnd lhey ure the wirein his nii.ulh, he swalluwsall
rapid solvent of gold, much niore so I adding improvement. Ihal will still: In.* harder, nnd being unable tu disc,,*
than cyanide and about the same aa | further reduce I liis figure. \ gage il or bile it through, he I rut- olf,
bromine.     The   relative   dissolving!   The lowest grade of lulling, being andI then Ihe iiiu'liur gels in lls work
P H. LATIMER,
VKHNON, B. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.-**,**--cL   SurTeyor.
Mem. Amor Hue. ln-ig. I'ngs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
powers of Ihe different solutions asI treated hy il.e cynnide   process  in
given hy Hi.se in his "Metallurgy nf America is probably ul tlie Huii|Uii
Hula iu Arizona, where the value is
iliiiiiuiiii wale,- $i,10 per lm. .....I uu extraction of 7(1
.lion) l.j hours, 'per cent, ohtaiued. ncc.riling lo the
i tuauuger's report tu the company,
This is iilinui lhe same extraction us
obtained iu South Africa in. tailings nf
i from I tir6 pennyweights; and the cost j
of treatment of which, not including rich and safe liarveal ia reaped,  The
, royalty, ranges fr.nn $1.25 to $2,311 per' copper wire is used  because if ll gels
1,1 "m'h ('1*" "»'  'l"'l'i'11"'1* "f ""■  Gift. ; kinked it does nol  break, whicli il i-
II. is nut bard lo figure where the liable Ui do lu ease the wolf snuggle*
prnli, io a clili.i-iiiiiiiuii mill will come I iiiuch.—Yell,,tvslone Journal,
from out of a $3 treatment charge,
fluid," is us follows :
Chlorine—sal.,ruled
(aliiiiil.n 1 per cent, ki
l.-li) per cent,
llrouiine-One per cent, solution, 1|
hours, 0.1(1 percent.
Cyanide—One per cent, solution, \\ I
hours, 0.57 per cunt.
if ih,
solution wns GO centigrade,
It has been  said  that une  Inn  nf
chemicals us at  present, used in tbe
by Inaugurating a pull ibal fastens ihe
liadinf the bunk iu lhe Interior deparlineiil of the wolf, and there he la
and there he stays until Fred makes
hia inoining call and al u safe distance
drops bis game with hi.- Winchester,
Willi several of Ihese I nil lines dis-
persed over a place where wolves and
I coyotes arc In the hul ill of passing.
chlorination process will treat only 20 when I he,icl uul cost of treatment will
tons of ore ; while one toll of chemiculs ; not exceed Iji2.i". per Ion, and chlurine
exlr.icls from tlle ore full value paid
for, and iu lbe iii-'her grades from 2 to
.*, j,;.,- cent, more,
QERALO WILLIAMS, M. D„ C M.
VERNON, U. C,
Late or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knu.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, II. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Good Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQUIME   BROS.   &  CO.
KULOWNA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Price- Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITE k CLBHIN, Praps.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nnd Survoy
Work, Willi Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps nnd Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle Illver
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
used In the cyanide process will I,-,•„,
1110 i,ins of ore. This is a mistake, us
une Ion of chemicals ill 111" chi...million priu-ess bus been proved lo treat
from 00 to 150 tons of ore, and even in
some cases nearly 200 tuns uf ure; llii.a
whetl using chloride of lime and sulphuric acid, bul when It ,s considered
that of the chloride of lime used only
SI per ceul of ils weight is available us
chlorine, nnd acid has to lie used to
lllieriile it, it will he seen what the
present reason is for having to handle !
a great amounl uf freight. Now, how-
-ver, a great advance ill the chemical *»
industry bus been made, hud il. is possible to get chlorine iu a practically I
pure stale, thus cllininatingthefreight 22.
uu 75 per cent, of tlle necessary cheini* i
 ** •-.	
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Wook
Ending January 29.
21. "IIU," Smiili'aciinip.D.A. Holhrunk.
25. Aluminum,  North   Fork   Kettle
river, VV. Hedges.
23. Clipper, Norlli Fork Kettle river,
E, Sullivan and T. Alkilisuu.
OKRTIF1CATK8 OF WORK.
iMiiiinlnin View, ,1. C, Scars alio 0,
A, Rcudell.
TRANSFERS
Dundee,  .', ini. real, J. 0, Huuslu
It. Wood.
cal.   And as equal quantities of iiiiiii* 22, Golden Eagle, ' inleiesl, S. Ben-
J. C. HAAS
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast  cedar worked into  furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,
Sash and Door Factory cn C. P. R., Vernon.
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, B.C.
—Affeut Por—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsalo
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
—.--Lfiroxv-fc  For—
Tbe Okanagan-SpallflmcbeoD Dists,
FOB
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
rine or cynnide in a solution will treat
the same urea, excel.I Unit chlorine
will lie iilnl.lt, eight limes as fast ua
cyanide, and as the relative coal of lhe
two chemicals is m ill cents to oo cents
per pound, il can readily be seen
where chlorine in,a Ibe advantage, and
llie cost iu oue purl.iciilai' will lie materially reduced, 11.11 this is nut I he unly
tiling Hint shows the greatest possible
advantage that Ihe ebtui inn tion process
bus uver Ihe cyanide, ua hy recent imi
proven..mis it has been proved pussilile
to uiui,,,fuel ure chlorine from suit direct by elect nilysis, at au expense uf! Tha Lo Roi mine at Bosalund bus
from 5 to 7 cents per pound | therefore, ."*■".■••■• ,ll;okl11"" previous records, ll
when a large chlorination mill is I,ulli is ccitainly one of the richest mines iu
that will make their own chlurine, it this country, and recent strikes place
call readily besoeu how much cheaper Us posslhllsties in ilm realm uf lhe
... , 1-..1...1      n* i.
Herman hi.I, VV. II. Wood,
2:,. Mohawk, J inleiesl, (',, Mcllillcr ti
Alex. Sliumioii,
25. Mohawk, J inleresi, O. MeMiller li
,1. Brand,.
27. Sau Bei-iiiii.l. I interest, L. Buss
Ii.l fl In it. Patterson.
27. San Bernard, !, Interest, Oltu Dillier to li. Putters'.ll.
29. Double Staiidiiid.li iul,-real, I' P.
Snydum lu I'', .Man lunate.
 1- • 4	
RICHM iHAN EVER.
t teal u,cut can l.e made.
Oilier advantages tli
tubulin,3.    P,
I shaft 10 Inns of me i
! day thai, gave  an  n
$5-0 per loo.   These
Imi tun, ul' llu
,..- shipped Tires-
i luge return nl
ligiues were re-
chlorination
lias oyer cynnide is that il, ia nut necessary to reduce Ibe urea as tine for
chlnrinnlion aa for cynnide, and it is
well known lo null men llial. where
eighty tons of ore can he reduced to
ten  in- twelve mesh,   sulliclent for,
chloriuation, only thirty ions can bei1" -'is report to the Spokane oflli-i, llr
reduced   lo  thirty   ulus.ll,   absolutely assayer expressed din.l.l .,-. I
turns froui samples taken from ouch
sleigh loud of oi-e ns it lefl llie mine,
and are uppi'oxiii.ulcly the I'cllil'tis
lhat will In, received from Ibe smeller,
necessary, except in rare cases, as at
the Merer, for cynnide, thus reducing
the amount of crushing plant uecess*
whelher
these returns, large ns lhey aie, represented lhe full value of llie ore, for the
reason ihnt if 11,ere should be free uold
NOTARY PUBLIC.
HARRY  A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
nxxxi-WA's-, n. o.
ary. aud therefore lhe cosl of cabbing !in "'" ""'' i!  wuuld I"'"1'"1,1*' '""'"I''
and wear and tear of niachiticy. hlnl*  'I'be explanation uf Ibis is Ibnl
...     .        , .     ,,,,,, .,   before making assay., the ureiscon
ll has been churned Ihul llle ivunide !      ,   , .
. ,i       ' .    ,   I verted inni
process dues not require the ore to bu'
roasted, und   llial ehlurinalinu   does.
Tliis is not always I rue, as it has been
demonstrated   III   several   cases   in
America ihal certain ores will nnl yield
their conteiils   to   cynnide   without
It  hus
hi- nnd pui through
il line sieve, Fieegold heiugmalleable
] will not break into linn puivder, and if
! there is free gold in lhe ore it ia likely
Ito he pounded iulu an,nil Hakes uml
thrown nut. wiih the wash', because ii
.annul, pass through lhe line mealies.
This Iul of forty tonsiil'iiiewns taken
from near Ihe hanging wall, and one
not well Informed regarding the ore of
tliemiuu would pin,inioiii. it  infeilur,
TRAIL TRAMWAY AFFAIRS.
While Mr ((melius wus ul Vein,,,,
procuring condemnation papersiigainsl
llie Nelson und Furl, Sbepunl railway
and (lie Itussaii.it Townsite people.
Mi', Corbin was very much alive, and
secured nn injunction iu Hie supreme
cuurt of Brillsh Coluuihla, restraining
the Tramway company fnim u prose*
cut im, of the work until such I In,,, as
I he unit Ier can lie set I led by the courts,
Tbe il,(lined.in was obtained on tlie
171 II lust. ,11,ll hus before Ibis been
served upon lbe representatives of tho
Trail,way company.
.lint whut Is al lhe hack uf all lliese
priiceedliigs il  ia diftiriili to suv, asm
is said Mr. Coiliiii has al all lime-, I „
.villi,,),' hi concede a rlghl of way upon
liberal terms, '1 lie terms, liuwovui, do
mil seen, In have been satisfactory In
the Tramway company uud they aie
determined to light ihe mailer in u
sliiu.l sliil. uud will furnish ull tbe
necessury funds fur lhe raising of Ihu
injunciimi, or nny other restraint thai
may In placed upon Ihem. Theahuuiiil
of Innd included in ihe light of way is
nboul 70 acres.
—   ■*■#•«-   -
ROSSLAND TO INCORPORATE.
A movement Is on foul ul ltossluiul
In incurpuiiile lhe town, aa I he citizen-;
of llllll busy place seem  In Ihjnk 1 lnr
I lime bus arrived fm- then, lu adopt,
municipal government, Public meetings have been held und coin,nit lee*
nppoiiih.il in canvass ihe prupcriy
owners for their concensus of opinio,,
upun llie matter, and it would seem
| llial .i majority are iu favor uf lucor-
purntiun. A drain, fur miinieigul guv*
eruinenl is a .nml healthy sign, uml
' nothing should Interl.ere with ihe citizens receiving the same.
 4 • -*—	
Jiili printing nf every description ul
Thk Advance office,
 4 . 4	
ANOTHER NEW GOLD-SAVING PROCESS..
Aii Invention of the ntmnsl, Importance fnr theticalinenl oftheluw-grmle
ore of .ripple Oreek, Boulder county,
and oilier lellunde riiHips, bus jusl
j been successfully demons! i,-iled nun.
I large.srale by its Inventors, II. II. (!„_•
acl,uiui ('. ('. Heliieinau,of Neu Ynrk.
A f'l-lon mill hns heen erected ul
Boulder, Colo., by a feu- New York
,-iipilnlisls, Ii led by Robert Leauiau,
a lulllllinalle, In leat the process, uml
extremely high extiaetum has been
nl,Inine,I from $11 urea. The mill ia
nuw iu operation day and nighl, nml
llle pi-ni'csa will open up InuneuiM!
fields of low-grade U'llurldea hitheilu
eonaid,-red uut, eatable,
The inventors use bromide, bul ,,-
-. Mi.
known
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on baud at Reaaonablc Prices.
LEQUIME   A   P0V-V EBS, Proprietors.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
AR*MSTKONCi, B. C,
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots ancl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AND   li A C O N S.
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
WOoS,   OABGIILL   <-   OO.,       -       ■        ABMSTBOlSa.
Send Your Order to-**-**--•-
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
-f-O-l'uol  level and lhe hullom nf
Iheshaft tlieru are 80.00(1 inn- nf nre,
.would mean SU.IMI.IWII in slglll in I his
inn--pnl iu Un- mini.. The fuel thai
ore of this I'-iutirliiililr richness, in an
ine bully of such mn un il mil- ni- thai
i llie l.e Rul, is laken at such iluplb,
development of lbe Si
Held*.
I
nW,
lu,,uense
ith African |jol,|
UFTEU THE STEMWINDER BONO.
Tlie fad \.n- i lm.in, Ini iu in,..
roasting, tt has also bee., demonstrated that certain low-grade silieious
ores will yield very high exlruction by
chloriualiuu nil bout any preliminary !
roMtiug,  showing  lli.it even in this:!'"'
,   ,      ,      v • .. because it carries su large a propur Iul
purlieu ar   he advau age  ia  mil  a      ,   ,., ,      ,    ,,   ,     ...
' . ,   , ., , of white ii art/..   In   he l,e    <>, inm. ,   ,
wit h hucviinlde process,   In ai.v case '., .   ,,,,,, ,,        '   rover lint extremely low II,
, ..       . -.   ,    il is ilie ruck  llnil  carres   he go, \r„...i i ,i   i ,    ,     r.i
tlieroiialinguf ores sa c purai ve v     ,,     ,,      tl   • rassel islhelnvenlorof lbe
, ' mill",- lli.in lhe ii'im. , ,,     . ,       , .,
r irap am   simp e mailer, aa manul'ni ■     .,,, ,  , ,     ,  „.„ Iliellllllllgisl   nnil  eyiinldc   prorea
'    . . ,  i    lie ure wus taken at,i depth of JbO   , ,;   ,. ,,      ■ i   ,     ,,,   ,.
lurers.it roasting furnaces are ready',   ,    „ ,     ,      ,  ,, ,-,        . and Isalso the orlglnalorof the Ca
... , ,   *  , feel.    II IS eslonaleil bv  Hell -mliirined ! ,.   I ii....     ,. ,, ,,.
RATES!  Gold, Sliver, or Load, $1.00 Bach | ■ l» pul 111 liuii.ices and guarantee thai I „.,_,„„ „ ..„, -, ,,', „, ,,„.„, „„  u      lAl1'"' ' U(il„|m„y ol (ll.l;
r. l _        a. .-    • .... iiiiiiiiiii iiii ii iiiiii ill i lie   nil nil1 iii'i \\ ri'ii   .,, ,,,i i .
Coiiper, $1.50: Iron, $2.00; Gold, - ore cun  be roasted lor froui 30 to33 ,,..„,■,,     ,       , '.,     , , to Wlm»i.  irucess Is due ll.
-.,, ,    _ Ilm      a Jl.ti.iil      li.t'iii     iln.l     lli,,     I.,.11,ii,.    .,1
Silver, and Coppor, $3.00.   Other cents per ton,
rates on npplloatlon. Samples from j     ,   ,   ,,    ,,'., .,, ,    , ,, .
adlstancowlll rocolvo prompt at-     As "'  1,H l,H"llvu ml "' ,l1"' (Vn,'k"  If Ibis shuuld average $.V1 per Ion, il
tontion. Iln ln','il ''J' PHlwr p.'ouesH, this \s pruc
' »■ "■■— - ..-■ , i liuitlly ilu- siiiin'in urtflicitau. A I'e.nuiu
..(what chlnrlnal ion.will cust on Orlp' ,„,,l[l|l!, ,, ,;    ,, ,,,,.     „, ,       m- ... , ....    i.i , „. ,.,.    ,,
|!'"( 'k **«i «• "'"■t^1 W'V. '!3f,l,,■ j ««* """Iv of Mich iiimtiilliHl. m. Uml ..r ,,,", r,*",""r ,,,,,,,w Hwt Wr. «. Itoii-Jei
lie won,,  be ahum $..66 for chlorlna. (lw b, 'M< ,, |nk,.|| „ >lM,h (]        ^ hud go, ,1 lo Butle «ill, il -i,,,-
! I,..,, h, .-Ml oil he cyanide, locy,,,,  ,,|||st|,m.(1 liv ,,      „„.„ „, ,      ,      sil,l..„l.]ectof closing I I,.„l,„,,l,e
the loyally st be added, amounting l|pil(t|1*(| ,',,- „,,,,,,  ,.    ll|iu|H f||,. Slemwli.der properly,  This has heen
I'ofroiu $50 cents In $1,60 yer tun, uc* t,.h|| (liHek.—S|MtknHiiiHii-Ruvie*w. '' i u* Hi" following lake, fmm'lhc
cordlugto the grades of ore ireuied >#< Spokesmaii-Heview will show;
and the good will of lhe inanaget'8 of a new racket. "TheSli'inwIuilermlneinllieBiiunil-
Iheprueess.   ary cleek llislricl  lin- (iii inleieslit'g
If ihe cheaper method of producing; Fred Rogers Is working u new racket history, The properly ua- owned
chlorine is added to the works tbo cost on the wolves and coyotes, The wary originally lis James „cholleld uud
of chemicals will be reduced abuulone. animals have long since lieen leary of llolierl lie,,/.Ier. Aboul ,. year ago
half, und should uny of Il.e large milieu I pnisuned hull, and unless il ia very Fnrifl llllll Midge,,,, nf Hullo bouglll
put up their own wurks lhe Inline anil! skillfully prepared give Ii a wldeberlli, lbe Inleresi of Mr. Srh.ili.'ld for $,'1,51(1,
coal of Bampllug would be reduced, ami uveu when lhey do luke II. lhey uud last spring bonded lhe oilier half
making Il.e whole cost nlill less. have a disagreeable habit of going olf from  Mr.   lien/bi   fnr  ,-(111,1,1:11.   The
Ilis a well known fact In Ihose I tu am, ,e secluded sp... lo make Iheir property was llevelnpisl sullleienlly In
familiar with lhe uc.'lun of the twollnst kick, ..ml lima defrauding lhe mitlsfy Hu- bonders thai ibey bud n
processes I Imt ihe exlractlnn on all honest wolfer of thu fruits of ids labor, good tiling, A fun .lay- ago \V. r.
grades of ore hy lhe eblorinatlen pro- To avoid Una and make return- surer, j Sinilh and Mr. Den/.ler pie-aed Ihnmgli
cess ia uniformly high, ranging from Fred has lately hren llsbing fur Ihem, Spokane und weiil to llulle. when-
llHh.IIHperee.it.. whllelhnl of cyanide : A good stout hunk ia fusbetll'll toiicop. Ml. llen/.ler reri'lved llu* bnlnuie due
Is such that Ibe cynnide mi.la do not per wire and un author of sinuude-l „„ il.e bund, nlioul $II,(W). Mr has
care lo accept any ore thai runs over arrlplion is fastened 111 the ulbei- end I ulllei-guud |ilos|u'i-ls in Il.e Hu,ui,buy
0.111.1.0.73 ounces per loll, by reason |nf lhe  wire.   The  amluir  ia  nol soiirck district und will hold ll ifor.i
of I he lower exl met inn made nnd hllV-l heavy Ihul il cnniHil be bullied annual  while, feeling lint'..- ..uiu'il..id i,.•!,....,.
W. DAldlYiMI'LK
Grt-»i«jx-»l     Blackmnltl,
FAIRVIEW, H. (;.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
.Specialty, THE ADVANCE.
IV. II. Kilt 1113 hlOHUKTIHI
1'ub.Uhed  weekly at  Midway, B. c.
Biib-flriptlou PricOi $2.0*1 por annum, iwyablo
in mlviiiKJu, oithor yearly or half-yearly at tlie
Mil imi of tlio smlwcnher.
Ailvcrlirilitg Knit's sent on application.
Thougji the columns of The Ahvance are
thviivn open for the dim!iL-wion of matters of
(■■ililii: interoHl and imjiorti-ncc, wc do not ncc-
c 1'iwarily endorso any of the opinions expressed,
.'urnwpondeiice of a personal nature will not be
ftibUwo-t,
MONDAY
FE33U-VUY 3.
ism
1
: :   A oroB8 In this rjiMicc intti-
: iciitesthatyonrsntwcriptioii                  :
: :t« this paper has expired.
CLAIM JUMPING.
had purchased the callle, brought to
Ingriin's ranch from across the line, as
it was generally understood thalthis
man's brand was a KO joined together.
Mr. Jackson's brand  is a circle and
half circle joined, which he  uses in
different   ways,  sometimes  Ihe  half
circle heing on lop, or at the bottom,
or to right or left, according as the
animal  branded  belongs to different
members of lbe family.   This accounts
for the similarity of brands.   A good
deal of evidence was adduced upon
each side, hut the crowning testimony
for the prosecution was given by Mr.
Miller, who swore that the animal he
tnriiad over to Mr. Ing,in, was branded
with Ilis own brand—two half circles
joined—and  put on  the side of the
animal, and that Ihe animal had not
been hrandeo hy the party across the
line from  whom   he  purchased  the
cattle.
The weight of evidence throughout
clearly substantiated   Mr.   Jackson's
claim  to the animal, and judgment
was therefore given in his favor with
costs.
 ► t+	
Send your orders for job printing to
Tun Advanck.
WE ARE
doing to make room for a largo
new stock and will therefore
commence thia month
Closing Out
—AT A—
Discount for Cash
J.McNICOL
§
%
Si
ft
at
ft
Jost Beeeived
A Foil Stojk of
is
%
HA Rubber Boots
Lumbermen's Overshoes
Manitoba overshoes.
The most flagrant case of deliberate
rlaio, jumping that has ever taken
place in lhe province was brought to
lighl in the gnld commissi..tier's court
a' Midway a few days ago, when Ihe
soil Patterson v. Lancaster was
brought on forbearing. For some time
pasl we had lieen acquainted with the
fact Hint the Roderick Dim, the claim
in question, had been jumped, hul as
we did not wish lo prejudice the case
iu any way, and as we were curious to
know upon whal lechnieality the defendant's action liad been laken and
eiiulil Ir. defended, we purposely refrained fro... referring to llie matter iu
mil' columns.
Now Ibnl the case has been decided,
we teel no longer under restraint as to
giving venl to a free expression of
opinion, as also nf bringing the matter
to public uul ice, and lo Ihe notice uf
those it ho arc endeavoring to enact
such legls'atlon as shall make a repetition of such action as llle defendant iu
this case wus guilty of, entirely impossible. The more fully to understand
I he eiiormil y of the defendant's acl ion
iu tlie rase referred lo, it. is necessary
lo know Ibal so entirely was Ihe
rase one of i-laiui-juuipiug pure and
simple, Ihal lhe defendant thought it
unwise even to put iu an appearance
lu defend his ease, and on the contrary
llle evidence adduced by the prosecution .bowed lhat no technical defect
existed in lhe title lo the claim, ua the
plaintiff hud strictly cuinplled with llie
lequireineiila of lhe Mineral Act. Tlie
general supposition is that Hie
man tiiireaster acted as a tool
f,r others, who were interested
in preventing the sale of an Interest iu
lhe claim, ur wlio wished In vent Iheir
spile upun the owner, as one win.ess
lestiHed Ihul a man by Ibe name of
Ileu.psey, act big as agent for a Mr,
Jones of Spokane, hud threat-Plied on
a certain occasion I hul if he could not
procure an inleresi. in uu ailj iuing
fraction of a claim owned by the plain*
lift, he would lake steps to lie up the
entire property for ten veins to con,e,
Lancaster's action ia looked upon hy
miners and oilier.-, in lhe dislrlct ua lhe
direct outcome of I he expressed threat
and this it. is thnt lends such a despicable tone to Ihe affair, The fact thai
the claim jumper's record lias been
cancelled and lbe costs nf the case
levied agaiusl property held by him in
Ibe llislricl, dues not furnish a aulli-
cienl  palliative for the offence coin-
milted, and il, is greatly lo be hoped I mbl aoowmod nro requested tu pay tho amount
tlie plaintiff will take further steps to of such Indobtodiioss forthwith to tbe under.
Ifhnbtirse himself for the loss he |m'-girtl.Mt_all parsons baling claims asai»Bt
sustained, nwlligtuhiiv.nghisproperlyI"10 f Idoccnscl arc requested to forward
.      n    . .    '     '      '   twine to tb.! undersigned ou or before tbe Ist
lied up, by instil ul ing a suit f..rdama- d,.yof Mi.rcb.liwi.
ges against one lo whom il is lo be re- j FltBD'K J. FULTON,
of 20 per eenl., our stork of Felt Boots,
Gorman Sucks, Arctics, Mackinaw's,
Cardigan Jackets, Canvas Cats,
Gloves, Mils, Fasinators, Holiday
Goods, jn fact our large stock of
Winter Goods. Heing overstocked
with
FUR CAPS
Sl per cent, discount Jnill be allowed
on same.   Discounts fort! \SII ONLY'.
|T. ELLIOTf
GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Largest and best-assorted stock in the
f ULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED
PAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
600D STABLING
Camp Fairview. B. C.
HOOK CHEEK HOTEL
MOUTH OF ROCK CREEK.
J 0 Y F U L - N E W S
and Gel
Bargains
made
QKANAGAN gAWMILL,
 —   KELOWNA, B. C,
______ __   XX  	
You can now purchase Cedar Panel donrs, beautifully
I ..ml finished j Window Sash, Laths, Shingles and
ther kinds of house  finishings;   Rough  and  Dressed
.iimbei constantly ,.n hand,
ResepvatFcii Trading Oo=
On I.
I.	
furnished
from
Kettle River
upon application tn
District solicited and
prices
Hi
vs
%
Kit
',1
is
i's
*
Also a New Line of
B.  Iti-iBSm
General Blacksmith,
ZI33QX7-.S_C_EI1
X>JE&0-P.
MII/VVAY, B.C.
All Kinds of Work Execute;
action of (Judo iiorn.
to the Satis
NOTICE.
All Wool Billets
•
*
Hi
<S
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B. C.
'Official Administrator's Notice.
In the Hatter of John P. Mender Deceased
NOTICK Ib hereby given tlmt by nn order
mtulc in tliu County Court of Vale holttan
nt Kumloops, dated tho __wl day of ,1 unitary,
l'%. tin; (tmlurtiigmHl was appointed atlmhiie-
Irat Tof the goodB, chattels and credit-of the
above nuiied John I*. Meatier, late of (.rami
Forks, docM-Bodi
NOTICK ie hereby given that application
will be made to llie I-CglalnliVO Afnembly
j of the Provinco of British Columbia, at its
next Session for hi) Acl to incorporate a Com.
i pany for the purpose of constructing, equipping, maintaining and operating >i railway, extending from a point at or near Penticton on
tho Okanagan Lake, and running Iheiico south
and cant to Midway, thonco north nnd cast
through Eholt Pass to the North Fork nf Kettlo
River, thonco south lo Grand Forks, nnd thotico
casttoapoinfcfttornoiir Cascade City, in tho
District of Yalo, British Columbia, with powers
to construct, equip, maintain, and operate
branch lines therefrom to all mines lying in the
vicinity thereof j and also to construct, equip,
maintain, and operate telegraph and telephone
lines, and to build wharves and dock., in connection therewith; together with the powers of
acquiring lands, privileges, bonuses, or othor
aids from nny Government, Munfnjml Corporation, or other persons or bodies, and lo make
traffic or other arrangements wilh rnilway,
steamboat, or other companies; find for all
other usual, necessary, or incidental rights,
powers and privileges in that bebnlf.
WILSON & CAMPBELL.
Solicitors for applicants.
Dated this 20th day of December. 1.95.
All persons indebted to the | pjf)
I
J. S. DONALDSON
m
m
gri'tl eii il more severe punishment
I'Hiiiiot be mi'leil out im.ier our law as
il now slumls in reference In .such
ruses.
     Ct 4	
The AliVANCl! iieknmvledgu. llie re*
...'i|.t.if .i very pretty limp calendar
fnnn tllBOfflreuftlic I'lovim-c Publish*
ing ciinpinv nf Vicloriu. The map
shows the el,'ciiinii divisions for pen*
vlliclitl purposes, uinl the fart tlml il,
is Hie producl lull of .1 proviui-i.il lliu
lends iiildilioiml inleresi to il.
 ,.4 	
SHALL DEBTS COURT.
Official Administrator.
Kunil'ii.iis, 11. (:., 2Unl day of January, 181)6.
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST ffl
ffl
VERNON, B.C. ffl
Official Administrator's Notice.; ss a Pull Line of-
On Ki Illll)' Iiiul 11 riimi rame before (
A. It. Liu,My, I'su,., nl Miilivuy, who
(iclcd for lhe Hrst lime iu lhe fit]iu<-ily
"f Hlipeiiiliiiry ii.iufl.ti-ti', 1111 union
Iiu ring been brought by Mr. .1, it.
Jackson of Midway iigullisl Miwrs.
Kerr Hri.s. of the su.ne pluce, tn recover I he price uf a yearling heifer,
v ilucd nt (116,
A good d.'.-.l of lull-rent eenlereil in
H.i*. i'ilni', us for soine lime pil.l ell'o.is
lllld been llllllli' lo bring lhe uiuller before . 1 i-oiirl uf nihil nil Inn, but w It hunt
» villi,
Tiii'i-irriimsluiiri-s lending up lo lhe
Hal ion wep-e ns follows: Aboul ,1 ycnr
Kg,, Mr. Miller brought- bund nf cul lle
I.. Mr. Ingriin's runcli ou Keltic river
mid fed llieni lliere for ,1 short lime,
uud hi put pay,or11! guve ,1 culf lo
I,grim, wliieli lenemliled us lo enlur,
i'i.-,, oil. owned hy Mr. Jackson, win.
i-ll I.....I ....ighbor. During lhe Hum*
•ini- Mi. Iiigriu, sold bis liuuil of cnl fie
lo Kerr Un,.., Iiiiirhem uf Midway,
and iu llicdi'ul liiiiii'.l oveiuppucnlly
Illll wriilig ani,mil, ivlii.li during the
mi ier wus killed by llle defendants
In the regular coiu-.se of liusinesH. Al
H.c liui.'of pui'.l.ii.se ||l>. II- Kerr, wlm
l.'ulilh'il to h.iviiig received Hie entile
fro... .Mr. I..grim, snw no hl'iiud on Ihe
animal, but, HulMeipieully, nboul ,1
llrinlli nfli'i', 11 hen earmarking lhe
Bilttle, liulll'w) 1 hul. the uniu.ul wns
liriinded oil llle hip, He, however,
look il for gi'iinli'd I Iih., lh,- bl'iind wus
libit ol' llle uiiin from «limn Mr. Miller
In the Matter of Gus. Hamlin Deceased.
NOTICE Is bcriiby given thnt by un order
uiiiilc I.i tl.c County (.....rl of Yale holden
nl Kanlloope, dalcd tlm :*a'inl day of January,
160(1, tlio uniter-Uuod ...is appointed admb.ls-
triilnrof lho goods, ohattota and credit, of tbo
above ..allied (Ills Ilamli... late of Kellle Itlver,
dcccaHoil. All |ii.,-mnis indcblod to the said
ilrciiinicil arc roiucsted to pay tbe amount ol
tuioli i ii'b-,1, cincsK fiii-tb wilh lo the undersigned
ami all pontoni having claims against the said
dci-oiHiid an1 roqiiOBtod to forward same to the
I iitnlcrslgiicd .1.1 in- before the 1st day (if
Murcb. UK
FIIKII'K J. FULTON.
iilllcinl ..dinliil.lrntor.
1    Knuilt.op.-i, II. ('., '*3nl (lay of 'anuar;. 1811(1,
Drugt
Patent medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses,!*...
Mall   Orders   From   the  Lower
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention,
KlllST-C'LiU   ACCOMMODATION   »OB   OVMI-
GOOD STABLING
•WKirclleiit Fishing on Kellle Hi ver. J
H. KEYES, Prop.
((ood AeeoiuliiiHlutlun,
Beat Liquor* and 1,'ignrs.
Kirst-t'lnss Sliililing.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
FOR SALE
J-OJELi
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines.
This In a splendidly finished house Inside
and out, almost new, with good stable and out
buildings, is cent rail j located In the Talley
and commands a good trade. It stands on ite
own grounds of two and a half acres in extent,
nnd isa good investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building ii two atony, nigh and >l*nd>
on It. own ground of half an acre in .stent and
1. in a commanding business position.
Fon TKHM> Ari'LY TO
D. NICHOLSON,
Okanaoan Ml-SIOM
MARTIN   BROS.
1.K.11.IN- ...irsK ron
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
For prices and nil other Information apply to
C. E. STUART,
Agent, Carson,
A. D. BURNETT,
Agent, Spokane, Wash.
Grand Prairie, B. C,
iliH.iiliH.iH.tiliiliiliS.iiliH.iiliSS. HiiliHiiH.inins^liiliSiHs.H.ii1tHs.
^f7j*^*r?I?*K^i-^'^l^i'^l-^*>'i?»lv TSTST^.ITSif^lTsT'S^n^Sft
1 FURNITURE!
Hardware, Stove, Tin-
I
Vernon, B. O.
A. D. WORGAN.
Portrait-Hands-cape Photographer
VKHNON, B. C.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SAlE.
—.
TAX NUTiUE.
AsscHsineiil Aet nud Prorincinl
ItovoilUO Tu\, Hock Creek
l)ivi_loii of Vale District.
®>m®
iii h.i
'I*
I
I
f
f
f
I,I
ar
iltHASi
"t',1 '.. 4,1 ■ ,
-is%ifr
•AT —
§ I CHEAPER THAN EVER I »
r^^  ',1 . _ vW
C__-
pr.
■Campbell Bros.
%
I
f
l
sit
t_=_
a
sn
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED |[|
VERNON, B.C.    $J
v:'•^!i^!i^.*J!t*i.^!^!4_^!il^!i^!>i!4J!4
ROSSLAND, B. C.
5.4 £lt^t?,t *!*tiT' -?T' *!* aT'
y-i* fivylv ^v /t\ *\\ *\\ */i» '.'_C
Hint usHosKcd and
for IMW arc now
al my ofllco, OHtiyooM, al tbo
NOHTHEIIM_HAILiAf|
Nelson A Fort Shojipard Ral'w?-
ALL RAIL ToTeLSON, B. C.
Only through line fo NsUon,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Daily (except Sunday) between Spokane nnd Northport,
Tri-wrckly between Northport and
Nelson.
noi.vo north oomn south
IUU)a. in MARCUS 2.DO p. in.
On Tuesday., Thursday., ...id Hntdrdnv., train
Tin.-tlilrdu of olio |.t ecu .in real prnpcrlv.! "'"! i"n through to Nelwn, arriving al Mi p.m.,
1    '   m-klng-I..M connection ..-111. tl.c .leamer Net
I ivn an I one-half |kt cent, nn wild bind.     wu. for Kf-lo and all lako poinl., arrlrlng at
Un,. Ir ill   nl   ...»    nn.  Mill      ....    „.,™.».l    KM0 «t MO ttHl. RM.O (UVI,    Kctllllllllg, |M.*
'in. lull ..I .ne per coin, iiii pcmmsl K(.wm, win leave lake pnlnl. iind Nclmiion
Monday., UVIncftlay.and t'l-lday., arrivingat
.tiwkano «mo .lav.
NIITK'K I. hereby give
|.r...ln..|..l revenue luxe
due ...ul |..i\ uiili'
fiillii.viug rales:
If ]iidil nu or befnre .Hull .luiie:
OitO'hnlf of une per ceiil. .in real proporty.
Two jut cent, on i.llil land.
(In -tldril ;..f one |wr cent. .... potwnal
property.
Onc-balf ..f one pur coot..... lucome.
If a ml nn or nflor Isl July;
- .-.,1'.^' .a.,-_.<_   ,..— ■•-^■ .....m^v.  Tv,..v..*i*i*...—...st.;..».*-,...i-m, ,ir*mMi.MMM—.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
AH Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving: the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. O, Uox 582. Washlntflori
priipiirty.
Tbi-cii-f.nirths of ono por eont. on Income
Provincial revenue tax, (R.llfl per capita.
0, A, II. LA Mill. V,
Assessor and Colleclor
, Reck I 'rook lilvlslnn of Vale llislricl.
Oioyoon, n..' ISlh Jimtnrj' l-m,
MARCUS andMIDWAY
STAGE
Passenger, for Keltic Rlvor an.l lloundnry
Crock connect at Marcti. tvltl. stage Haily.
Kor THAU. (iREKK MINF.H eonnoct at
Ni.rtt.ni.rt villi stage lino dally. i
For Nakn.pnnd Koi cl.lokc coiinocl at Norlli   S i'ECl AI
port -lib boat Wodncsdovp and Hnuirdn.'.,
MglfU I
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
_#:
ATTKNT10N OIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
xi. rt. Monitiiioir, mppumTon.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEBNON, B. 0
H in ILO
    MANlll-'ACTIIRKIl AT   	
GRAND . . .
PRAIRIE
Apply to
J. WARD,
IIiucki.a im AM) limiiim
. EDWABD A. HAIN.
I. DEALER IN ii
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
«:-     Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
-i
MIDWAY, B.C.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL
t
.tough Lumber
from $10 to $12.
Dressed! Lumber
From $1(1 to $18
r-r-r Thonaand, 0
MKTKIIII0I.IMill.'AI.   Illal'Oltl.
Lot 19   Lonj 118" 30
Altitude. 1,81X1 feet nbore sea level.
Melting snow for week. .0" of aidnche: rain, .38
.■"MrmiJTUliE KOIl  WKKK   KXI.ISU    JAS. 31*
Max.  Mbc
Jan. 25..
" 20 .
" 27..
" 28..
" 29..
" _)..
" 31..
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. 0. K. Simpson of Grand Prairie
paid Midway a visit on Friday last.
Mr. Murry, of Coryell k Murray,
Grand Prairie, is spending a few days
In Midway.
Mr. and Mrs. I,unity have moved
intu the new residence recently erected
liy the Tow twite company,
Messrs. Flett and Frank Coryell arrived from Grand Forks last week and
Will remain in Midway the Isilnine uf
the winier.
Mr. John Douglas from Skylark
camp is in town, having coined.uvn on
Friday on business in connection wilh
his mining interests,
Messrs. Blue and Fisher are now
receiving their saw mill machinery ut
llri'i'iiwnd city, nod will lie cutting
lumber in about a week nr ten days.
On the evening of Valentine day,
February 14, n grand ball will be given
in Palmerslou lull, under the auspices
uf Ihe Ladies' club. All are invited and
a guud lime is assured.
Tuesday night's singe drought Mr.
.John Weir to Boundary Falls. Mr.
Weir is at present slopping in Midway, and is here in connection with
I he Thompson*Fow Ier deal in mining
properties.
Mr. 0. A. R. Lamlily riimenver from
Osi.yoos on Monday and has lieen engaged iu matters pertaining to liis
office as gold commissioner and stipendiary magistiitte the past week.
Jle returned to Osoyoos Saturday.
The past week has seen a marked
moderation of the weather, and aaa
result of the thaw, nearly all the snow
has disappeared from lhe foothills, and
sleighing is none uf the best, Up tn
the present the winier has heen pa.**
liculnrlv mild and open,
Mr. E. Driscoll of Vernon returned
from Grand Prairie Monday Inst ..ml
on Tuesday proceeded In Vernon, where
he will collect his slnek together nnn
return, as he has decided tn o|H'ii out u
harness and saddlery business at the
new town nf Carson,
Mr. G. B. McAuley. one of the owners of the Oarilmo mine at Camp McKinney, run..' iu fenm Spokane on
Thursday and on Friday proceeded on
I... lhe camp. Mr. McAuley re|...rls a
large al tendance expected at tlie forth'
coming, coil vent ion of the Northwest
Mining association to lie held in Spokane February 22.
Asn result, of the thaw, the hanks on
the upper side of the main trunk road,
where side (lilting hud to lie resorted
In, is coining down, and the rond is
heing tilled in places with boulders and
gravel. Wilh early spring it will lie
necessary to give attention to llie
matter, sn that travel may not be unnecessarily impeded.
On Thursday last, the sad rights of
burial were accorded the infant son uf
Mr. and Mrs McClung of the reservntion near Midway. The little nne had
heen unwell for some time, and on
Tuesday morning, Ihi. 28lh inst.,passed
peacefully away. This is the first
funeral Ihnt has taken place in Midway
for quite a long time, and sympathy
was attested toward the parents by a
large numlwi who assembled at the
grave.
The inhabitants of Greenwood City.
Boundary creek, are seeking ihe es-
tahlit.il...rut of a post office al. the new
town, and they are entirely justified
in so doing as it would nut mily he a
convenience tn themselves, but alsu to
a large number of miners whose headquarters lie adjacent thereto. The
Peiilicton-Gi'iind Forks mail carrier
could deliver mail at. I his point, without
any great inconvenience if the government would he willing to pay a little
extra for Ihe service rendered, It is
in be h.ipi „ the mutter will l.e speedily
attended to. and Without lieing necessary tn supply il with a tail (if red tape
Iwu miles long before it becomes
of sufficient Importance to receive
official attention.
Having completed Ihe work on the
survey of the Grand Forks townsite,
Mr, Coryell and staff returned to Mid-
Way on Tuesday lust. For a greater
part of the winter Mr. Coryell will he
engaged upon the production of a new
map nf the district, which will lie
compiled from surveys and exploration work, carried out between Ihe
years 1880 and 181X1, and which will
show all Ihe mining camps and the
claims in the tame recorded up to the
1st Jan., 1898, within and fnr the Kettle river mining division of Yale district. The time and attention bestowed
upon the production of such a map
shuuld 1* well rewarded, and lhe (flap
when issued will lie a great acquisition
to all mining men and others Interested in the Boundary creek and Kettle
river mining camps,
 ► «« .
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.
On Mnnday last at Midway wus held
a sitting of the above court, C. A. R,
Lamlily, Esq., gold commissioner, pic-
Biding.
The case befure the court whs nn ac
tion brought by Mr. K. Patterson of j S
Boundary creek, against P. D. Lan-1
caster of Spokane, in which Ihe plaintiff sought In eject the defendant, from
lhe Roderick I Ihu mineral claim, shunted in Long Lake camp, Boundary
creek. The better to understand the
case, it is necessary lo explain I bul the
plaintiff, R, Patterson, located ;the
Roderick Dim mineral claim on the
7th day of June, 1895, and recorded it
on the 12th of the same month. Subsequently the plaintiff disposed uf a
one-halt interest to a Mr. Jones of
Spokane. After doing a considerable
amount of work and reeoiiiing the
same, the owner left, the property and
went to work elsewhere. The defendant then made a visit to the country,
coming in from Spokane, and relocated
nr jumped (jumped is llie right word)
the claim, and recorded it ou the 28ih
day of November, hence the result of
the action.
Mr. Patterson, sworn— Testified having located and recorded the claim on
the dates above mentioned, and as regards slakes, etc., proved to having
complied with all Ihe necessary requirements uf Ihe Mineral Act in making the location
The court hy reference tothe records
verelied Mr. Patterson's statements,
and acknowledged that everything
was apparently iu order.
The nexl, witness for the prosecution
was Mr. C, W. H. Sanson, who, upon
being sworn, testified lo having been
engaged with Mr. Coryell upon lhe
survey uf the Roderick Dim, and while
at work there, being approached by a
man named Demsey, an agent uf Mr,
Jooes of Spokane, who wished Mr.
Sanson to use Ids influence su that he
might obtain a half interest in an adjoining fraction, which had been located as an extension on the Roderick
Don ledge, and named the Lady uf the
Luke. Upon his refusal to do so, Mr.
Deihpay thereupon made a threat, that
if he could not. obtain an interest he
would tie up Ihe whole of the property,
referring also to the Roderic Dim, for
the next, fell yeais.
This closed the case for the plaint ilT,
and the defendant not having put in
an appearance or sent an agent to represent him, although ample time had
been allowed, ns the gold commissioner
adjourned the court twice nt the request uf the defendant, whn wrote
stating he would he in un the stage
either Monday or Tuesday, judgment
was given for the plaintiff with costs.
The court also ordered the cancellation
of tlie record (ff tlie Telhiride mineral
claim, and issued iinattuchu.entag.ililsl
several mining Interests held hi the
province by the defendant,* fur Ihe
costs incurred in the suit, the wiiiinnl
In he made return aide nt mice.
MM  MM  ■?
—ON-
Friday Evening, Feb. 14
-IN—
PALMERSTON HALL, MIDWAY,
 CKnsB THK ACSI'ICSS OK THK	
LADIES' CLUB.
Good n-tusio I
All
Ar.
Cordially
In
vital.
A   (I.....I
Time
n.ured.
a
a
M 8
_
iii
i
i
ALL PARTIES
HA VINO
MINES-FOR-SALE
Would do well by either calling on or writing to
mb. h. i mm
 OF THE	
MINING EXCAHNGE
Also by soudb.fi samples of oro to tbe same
address. H. 0. IIISSETT,
17       Mining Exchange, Vancouver, H. (!.
J. W. 1<EEJ),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
I MIDWAY, B.X.
Fine Watch Repairing a .Specialty.
All Work Hi, rnnled.     -Mm
MIMX.it   NOTES.
Messrs. Miingut and McEchriin nre
steadily sinking on the enst vein nn
Ihe Miiruing Star claim at Pairview,
Iheshaft being now down a depth of
some 140 feel, with the ore gradually
becoming of a lietter quality as depth
is attained,
Messrs. Slieehan and Gwatkiu'sre-
eenl work nn the Stemwinder claim at
Fairview has disclosed another ledge
upon the property, tlie ore from which
is pronounced by those who have seen
specimens of it as lieing superior to
anything taken out of the ledges formerly worked upon. So good is the
ore that, if stem..boat communication
be furnished upon the Okaungaii river
Ihecomingsummer, nu difficulty will
lie experienced in shipping the same
profitably.
Messi*. Atwood and Wake are engaged developing tlie Silver King
claim in Skylark camp, and the work
donrjhas given Very satisfactory results.
There are four distinct, veins of ore
upon the claim, each of about 8 feel, in
width, and all covered with a heavy
irun capping through whicli surface
crosscuts have been cut. They are nsw
sinking a shaft, un oni. of the ledges
and at. the bottom of the same the ore
is (hinging somewhat in character
as more g-ilenn is observable in the
ore being taken out. This is a very
promising properly, nnd will no doubt
prove itself of greal value when more
fully developed.
It has been reported on good authority Ibnl eastern capitalists have
offered some of tlie parties holding
claims on Kruger mountain, near
Osoyoos, to put up some kind of reduction or smelting plant at a point near
the mines, if a COIlsidi'iiltion lie given
In return of ft half inleresi, in all Ihe
claims held there. Whether the offer
be accepted or not, it is only tonsure
tho claims of that vicinity will he in
active operation the coming summer,
as it Is well known ore exist* there
that will pay tn mine and ship nut of
the country, and the owners have expressed n determination not to allow
their property to remain idle much
longer.
BORN.
To Mr. and Mrs. 0. Piltendiigh nf
Rock Creek, on tlle i!8lh of January, a
daughter.
To Mr. and Mrs. H. Pittendrigh nf
Rock Creek, on the lfllh of January,
a daughter.
DIED.
On Hie morning of the 28ih January,
the Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. I). Me*
Clung, near Midway,
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of  Improvements,
NOTIOB.
THK ANAHOIIIST MlNKKlI. CLAIM,
Situate at Camp McKiiincy, in the Osoyoos
MiniiiK Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE that I, (Ilins. III!. Oreo...
lujoitt for II. G. Sidley, free minor's cerlillcate No. 02130, b.tcn.l. sixty days from the dale
hereof, id apply to (he Oold Commissioner for a
certiticnte of improvements for the purpose of
oblai.iing n Crown grant of lho above claim.
And furl her take notice that advorso claims
must bo sent to the Mining Itocordcr. anil
action commenced before the issuance of such
eerlilleaie of improvements.
I lated this -Mli day of January, 1806.        21
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
VOTIO-.
Tiik fini.i.K.v Ckown Minkr.ii. Claim,
Situate in Wellinglon  Camp, Kellle Illver
Milling Hi vision of Yale llislricl, II. C.
NOTICK lhat I, W, .1. I'ortor, free
cortillcato No, .illl.''', Intend, slxly
TAKK N
miner's
days from the data hereof, to apply
Commissioner f.,r a eerlilleaie of improvements
In tho Oold
provemciits
ut obtaining a Crown grant of
for tbo purpose
the above claim.
Andfnrtbcr take notice that adverse claims
must ho sent t. the Gold Commissioner and
notion enn.mcnco 1 before tlio Issuance of sued
eerlilleaie of bnpr ivcmcnts.
Hated this Oth day of November. 1800,     li.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
ALL
fa  Lei
PI.ACKII MINING CLAIMS AND
leaseholds legally held in the Osoyoos
lli vision of Yale Ilisirlct arc laid over from lhe
1st day of November. IS0S, to the 1st day ol
June, 1800, C. A. It. LAMIILV,
Gold Commissioner.
Government Office, Osoyoos, II, C,
30th October, 1803.
DIBECTOBY OF ADVERTISERS.
Compiled in Alphabet Icnl Form
And Intended ns n Hourly
Reference for the Busy Ones
ARMSTRONG.
H. Kcyos Armstrong Hole]
N. McLcod Sash nnd Door Factor}
Wood, Cargill&Co General Merchants
BENVOULIN.
D. Nicholson Benvoulin Hold
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Hardy Boundary Kali* Hotel
t'oijell, J. A Civil Ktigiiio.r
Jakes, It. \\ Physician and Surgeon
Kerr Brim Butcher
McDowell and Nolson Butehora
Kendell, G. A Qonoml Morclinnt
CARSON.
Caivon Townsite ('. K. Stuart, Agent
McLaren Bros Grand Prairio Hotel
Nelson, 0. B. and i'. B General Merchant-)
Ward, J Brick and Limn
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Slmtfonl & Co General Merchant.
FAIRVIEW.
Dairy iii pH*. \V General Blacksmith
Klllot, T General iMeruharit
Shiirrtoii, G. 0 Golden (fate Hotel
Shatford & Co QonoralMorchanta
Sproulo, Ui H Genera! Blacksmith
Slieehan, George J Pairview J luiei
.GREENWOOD
Wood, H. & Co General Merchants
Greenwood Townsitc It. Wood, Agent
GRAND  FORKS
Miller, M Kottlo River Stage Line
Manley nnd Averi l.,,.Kxproseand .Shitfe Lino
.Simpson, ... K Sawmill
KELOWNA
Lcqulmo & Lloyd-Jones Implement Agents
Lcqulmo Bros. & Co General Merchants
Lequime, L Okaiiii#an Sawmill!
LADNERS
Hutchcrson, K Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Morand, L.. Ham's Horn Hotel
MIDWAY
Coryell, J. A Civil Knghioor
Guess, Harry A Assayer
Haas. J. A Mining Kngineer
Huiii, Edward A Stationer, Ete
Ingrlm, M Feed and Livery Stable
Kor Bros   D ii tellers
Lcuuimc & Powers SnwniiL
McNicol, .1 General Merchant
MoAulay & Lundy Boundary Hotel
MeDutr.D Blacksmith
Norris, W. II Agent Midway Townsite
Hoed, ,L W Watchmaker and Jeweler
PENTICTON
Sproulo, A. G Express und siagii line
Thurbcr, .1 Poi.tlcUn. Hotel
Walker, II... I'cntlcl.... Lively and Sale Stable
ROCK  CREEK
Flttondrlgh, H Hock Creek Hotel
SPOKANE
Genoways & MoAvIney Nursery
Spokane Kalis ami Northern Railway	
VERNON
Armstrong, W, J . ■ ■ ..HardwareMerchant
Billings, Fred Barrister
Campbell Bros Furniture
Cool-tune, W. M .Solicitor
Crowd!, T. K  Contraclorand Builder
Costorton, ('. F Commission and Insurance
Coryell, J A Civil Engineer
Cnsterton, C, K Commission nnd Insurance
Donald8on( J, S Chemist and Druggist
Gardner, W ..Livery Foed and Sato Stable
Htitehinsun and Davidson Flour ami Feud
Jacques, F. B Watchmaker and Jeweler
Kerby, Forbes M Civil Engineer
Lnlimer, F. H Civil Engineer and Assayer
Marlin Bros  Hardware Merchants
Meakin, W. J Kiilcnmika Hotel
Myor, F. A Vornon Private College
Murphy nnd Faulkner Victoria Hotel
Nlohollos and Ronou. Agricultural Imp.
O -feal and Downio    Soda Water Works I
Shatford and Co General Merchants I
Shatford, S. A Dry Goods and Millinery I
Smith and Clerln Vernon Su wmill
Taylor, R. N' Chemist and Druggist
Williams, Gerald Physician and Surgeon |
Worgnn, A. D Photographer i
MISCELLANEOUS
Canadian Hand Drill Co -berbrooko, Qua
Marlin I'ire Arms Co Now Haven, Con
Morrison, I'l. II .Marcusand Midway singe
BOUNDARY FALLS
R."
VKE8, M.I)., CM.
BY APl'Ol.NTMKNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT,
OFFICE      : :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Different Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters  for Miners'   Supplies.
A (IOOI) STOCK OP
Groceries. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Etc.
--ORDERS TAKEN FOR AU, KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
.  A FULL SUPPLY OF  .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL.
Iffe-w    -Sutohez*     33-u.si_t_.es-3.
A CARD
HAVING opened up it hittehor business on
llouudary Crock, I mn |iro|taroil lu
furnish Iho very choices!, moat- lhe !
markot affords to Hiobo who will favor
nu! wiih iheir tnsiiiin. Prices reasonable
mul orders iloUvero.il al residences nnd
lite dlllerciil mining camps. Your, patronage respectfully solicited.
v.. \\. Mcdowell. I
E. W.
BUTOHRR,
Greenwood and Boundary Falls.
PLAGE your orders early for Poultry
Hoof, Million, Pork or paiiHaKo. Only
the hoi kept in slock, nnd prito
reasonable,
F. \V, M-liOWl I.I,.
■i.-il'i*' fr!c£.£ ■_-'!££.' ^.'--I' s/r»T£-.Ji_>T£_-!i-*_*T/*!/ *.£*.£ *!-*!' *-/.-!*_!-V.-i.-,!-iJ-£
-V *is 4\\ ¥t,\ *[\\<ls•Iv^i'TVJwiC\rl\ <. wJwIwKi\wJC/.>^!v\}\s\y[\ <\\V^ /jC*\> ••/■,-T
I D EAD - MARK ■ LEARN!
St A v ___>_______-_-_ ■ ■
& w        __*.-__CASH OR TRADE
—Wili ki .■. iv In vnu tlie v.'i-y hrst Iiiirgi.i.i*. in ..II lines nf
. GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . .
Kit
SS
H.i
if
HA
ft
HA
ft*
il'.
4,1
is
f
sit
m:zuj___-_is' -  SUPPLIES
AT TilK GDKENW0OD STOIIK, BOUNDARY CltKKK, II, C,
11. WOOD & CO,
Hs.
T.
f
H*
f
Hs.
'I*
a,
T
Ha
'I*
Hs
*■•->
n.i.Hs.ns.H.iHs.n
i.14.li.li,14.14,
a, at at at ata,t a^i^itKUa^Kitat at^Kit at at - .>
, '.'.iTSi'ST'SiST'.ii'.i 4,1Tlim4'tift 4'.i ft T.IT'.i 4'.1V.ii'S
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange, Pineapple, Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and I Write for
Quart Bottles. Prices.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KRTTLE IIIVKII, II. 0.
S !li-SiJliita«l!;iS-Sii-«:i(-£ B!Sa!a.£a. :.;..::
GREENWOOD    CITY
Is the central town and supply point
of the Boundary creek mining-
camps. From this new town roads
lead to the Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, Wellington, White & Atwood and Smith camps. Lots are
selling freely and are a good investment.
For prices and other invormation, address
ROBERT WOOD,
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-olass accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marous, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
Greenwood City, I.
.(nuni
McLAREN BROS.
PROPRIETORS.
Mo, to the Boundary Creek Mines!
 THE GRAND FORKS, MAR0DS AND MIDWAY  —-
S'fca.B'e   £_-_-<__   Express   Line
Huns BotVfeatl Miirousftlltl Or_t.il Furkfl .lt.il>'. lravlnj. Mdrctls ami (Iriui.l Kiirks at" a. m,
LcAVM -rami Korku f..r Ml.l.vay, Mon.la.vx. We'lirKdaj-B nn.l Kr!illiyK (it 7 n. ....
I«oal*(if< Mi.lway lor Uraiiil KnrkK ami M.i*i.UR,friirmlayR,fI-|iii—'Ih.vk nml Saturilnyfl. 7 a. in.
OOOD   •_•-_<»-__<        . JlllA»OWACl.l]   BATES
Or apply to agents,
C F, Co.STI'KTON,
Vernon, B, C
iry
A. I)
Spokttni
KNKTT,
Wash,
Creel
Sn
A. K
Vancouver
\K'I
ll.C
m%b$&&%$&&#$i%$ iis tt-wMsg mm &
___W_^WaT_-*W-PVW_rl_H-W#VllWlbi
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood Citv, Boundary Creek, li. C.
Wu have jusl np.ni>d theitiiove Imlcl nl OiwiiwiunI Oily, mid nro |n-..| nml
tn weird....' kiu'Ms nnd pruviilc -(nod ncrnniiiindiilliili, Ootid CnlrrluK, l-i.-i
.-luss Livery Stnlilc.
manley it AVERii.t,. 1'imi'RiETORH -    . uRAM) FORKS, n. c I WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS. 11..-.....
" tlio flying .K|ii_tlro„. which, Inj-ollicr will.
Ilm t'Nistii.H available squndronB ..alii wliieli it
ia proposed to join il, .vill form the iiiobI powerful licet of «*ar over imi ail'int. -Cable Mot*
Mge. Jal.i.oi) 11. l.-.'.l.i.
S. A. SHATFORD
To tin1 Boundary Creek timl
Kettle Kiver Miners and Kc-i-
(lents Generally!
(IHEISTIXU,    We   lie|(  III   lllllkl"   the
Sii'j wakes Ilu tbo furthest West tlio murmur | uiiniiuncenienl  Unit wn h.-.vo iipenml
a gon-rnl store ni the new toivn of IThe Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
Oii-t uivnnd ;,]i Lloundnry creek, where
J3x*3r Goods a-___o_ _Hilllxxex>3r
Y li K X O X.
in soliciting u sliiireof your patron
nge, we do so feeling eonildeut 111,
you will <• nl insl us willi ynur favors,
we shall he equally ami mutually bene-
Htled,
Many years' experience iu oilier
piii'la nf ilu* province has nin-
| viniT.I us llial, the public generally
IV  P.R17QC, f'tirin-N wc Inm- ,111 Immense n-tsortiucnl with nil the Latest Trim-
i.\  ui\i.n.-i \.iwkju.i mingBtoniateli.
Dili?   l)T*?l''l-,mV1 A k' V U lj(isl.ail large oxporloncc ai tl.c liusiness, anil a perfect
il if i u±\l,kJki i'i r\ i\ 1.1\ m |s gunrniilooil providing you sen! llie correct ...ensure
(Hide lulu I'l) iii.iuili Imrl.or. nml gather round.
Iloneliy lleiul.
iiiniilli lo Ksqiiiinall
As lung ns tho ninils aro IiiiiioIosb—ns long as!
Itiinicinlicr we carry everylhiiigthiil a lady requires, and .uu. save you money if you semi your
' '- ' anus Cash \VlTll Uiiijkii.
orders to us. Sun.l one to*day uml be convinced.
ingtl
...luy
'■fi
hasrci—bed our ears
Sin* ivi.tr-: iii Hi., furthest East Ihu nussslan
lisu-lia ua . i. a:.
Hhc .rakes: ih- ruvous ch. .-. H.c winds cry I »'.' have on liainl ami daily arriving n
overhead,                                         large stuck of general merchandise,      I IN Mil  i INFRY «'onro8uroivecaiiplciisoyou,asivaliavc.illr8tclaiismllllncr,and
Thoivandeiingwaves lako un the cry "She     i.  ...i.-i.i   ~, * -.... u     cu..glvoyoutliolnteBtintliosogoodsatprloosnevcrbcforol.oaraof
(.nki s ..Innil nations dread!'
Al lost,yc Imvei-o.isod U.e SiaQuccn; Mlast
when tl.; ivurld unites.
Sho stirs from hai- scornful Bi!cncc,and wakes
10 hci-luai of lights;
Alone, .villi a world again-a her. sliohnsturnod
uu ihe snnrllngcrew,
v., longer Uu-1'cueoful Trailer, 1ml lhe Viking
So.il. Sons know.
s i • ...iis. nml horshlpB of boltlo-drogous her I ivunld much prefer lo do bualiiesstipon
In rush In.si.-, providing Hie price of
i goods is consistent wilh Ibis system.
si,.. ..iikcs! mul Hm dang of arming oclioos Feeling ctiuHdeut that such is lh.' case,
through ull lho earth, ive begin say Ibnl  wc bnve ndupted
Tho ring of warriors weapons; storn must., of I this method of doing business, viz.
iaMloni iiiirtli. either for cash or IriKle, and in doing
In tl,.. wi.rl.l Ihavc ai ,\  tie iinlinlis. uml llu-i-i! ,      ,   .,    ,
gathers round every throne \m *"' l"'ll,'V1' wp :m' *ain* '» ">« ■'<*)
Tho strength of curlh-horn armies, Inn llicscn | interests of our ciisliiuieis.
Is Kiiglnn.1 s own i !   All inspect ion of our slock and nn
Asshe rujod.aho sliil shall rule It, tram Wjr- enqntty nB t„ pnees will convince nil
I (lint, .sueh is Ihe case,
Uio ,v„vos aro salt. j    '"  ■'■'Uchlsliin, wc would say  Hint
This mny he mn- Armngeddon I sons may purplo every opportunity will be Bltibl'uccd by
ivlili blood and llamu us 'tu'fouler nnd render ussislnncc in
At wo go tu our ml forever, leaving tho world *|l(, d-velopiiieut of lhe rich" mining
1.   lllllll... . ■        1, I ,-     ,t  ,
,,       , ...        i.n.I   iigricull.iir.il   resources   of   his
Wlm! mutter! Ihotc hnvo boon tunic like us, !       .    n
no.. at.Y to tnmo our prhto; | scctniii.
11 we fall, wo shall fall as Ihoy fell, .Ho us our     J banking  you   in   nnlicipnlion  for
fatbei-sdlod your nntliy favors, uerani.it) respect*
Whal bottorl the sens llnil bred i.s shall rook  ''"">' J'01"'"'
li. WOOD k t'O.
Greenwood, Boundnry Greek,B, 0,
UBlorcsl ul last,
If (ve sink ..illl llie .luck still Honliug, milled t.
the iiitlion - mast,
('live I'liilll'iB-Wooiluy.
THE LE ROI DECLARES A DIVIDEND.
The I.a Koi Mining iiiiiI N..tellingI
rouipntiy has deelnred a dividend nf
$5U,(K»), piiynlile nu Febriiiiry 1. Thlsis Pmiv-ifv PnilPt NntlPO
10 cents a share on I he enpltal slock of uUUIll<y bUUI I nULUt-
lhe con.puny, which is iil'O.ODO sbiies
uf the par vnliic of $*, men.   Willi Ibis,  S|milgs llf ,,„, ,.„„„ty ,.„„,., (lf Vn)e m ,„.
pimni-iit $7."i,l0) lias been pnid within holdcn us follows:
the past few months, und lhe prohn-   Al Osoy  Monday, 4th May, l_»0,
hllilies ure thul monthly dividends will | At-llilwny on Wednesday, (ltliJI»y,il89.1
|   At the hour of eleven n'clnck iii I he forenoon.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS OK
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Single drivers   .  .
HORSES boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
q    Double drivers
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
D  Saddle horses
L
GENTLE.	
DEALER in hay and -$.
grain ; wholesale |
and retail. *
I
ALL KINDS of heavy 1
D     Double
n
h
teaming attended
drivers
Single drivers
Saddle Horses
STOVES!  STOVES!
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All   the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
-v-xh-x-toib-. B.O.
In- deelnred from ihis on.
>i.	
HERE AND THERE.
lly command, C. A. 11. l.AMlil.v.
Qovoriini.nl Olllco, Osoyoos, II. ('. C.
Doc. Uiili. IMS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
In lhe iienl- future Pugcl Sound will
lie ri'rognta'd a n ureal car-htiilillng
center, us nileuily lhe wink turned out    „,   , . ..
,     * rondors ure callo I foe Llio cunstruclinn cf Iwi
ut the Soul I, lnconi'l shops is ilttl'ilt'L- d,Valll,,R lioiwn- ut Midway.  I'lnnsnul *.,, «*lil
illg iiltentii.il,  und  il  is slnled thu enllonsmay bo sson at llio Advance olllco, or |«J .
.Noil hern Pacilic inunugt'lliuiit, bnve in  duplicates furnished upon application,
v ie.v I lie increase of I heir opei alius lo!   'l'm[m *° •>''w"" ln >1"1- later than Hie 21.1. of
.     .   , .,„, ,.      ,. „ I I'elii-nni-v. IS',1.1.    Lowest nr nnv li-mlcr mil
niiniii    ,.,(HI ini'ii   or  I he puruose  of I „       ..,„,,
'    ' . noccsBnrlly nccoptod.
liuililingenra roi' Ihe Northern Pncilic w. ii. Nonius,
and ulher railways, There is no rcuson ! *-<•"• Midway Townsllo Co.
Midway, Jan.20, Wil. lli
it
i&
Si. m
ft      *
HI
1
1
11$
II
ID WAY
TJie    Fn.'*ix _f &l
X-Ticlxelles   Sc  Eeia ©-__._;,  -LrbdL.
Tiotoria,   X*.  O.
1.1...LT.1IA- MACHINERY.
SOLE AGENTS FOH
Brantlord :§ Binders $ aiid § Mowers
THIa RUST IN TlIK MAHKI T.
A Full Line oi' Wag'g'ons, Trucks, Plough-,, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VKRIs'ON,
O. F. Ca-S*fce_t?,ija2_-j ^.^etaaffc.
fa Livery,
$   If j Good Single and Double Drivers, and
E
ippuienlly why lhe indiislrv should I   Midway. Jan.to. WI    lli   |||
imi grow.ton gigiuitii1 size, iih ihe ma-1— ;i{|
'••'•"".—••vi-udii. n, ,„,ni NSHS3SSI RaiiWay, Mining and Agricultural I
1 nnd works fur n ]i.*onst> |-i cut. nnl rum'iuvm1   ilSt IS
"'"■      Centre of the Kettle River
.  PACK
ft HORSES
Is nodoiihl cbenper tbiin Ibnl procu
iil.li'in Ihu Kasti'i'ii Rtutes, where tl
scarcity of lumlicr is legi„„inKtu he IS;;,;!:^^,^!;!;::^'^^;^!*"
fell,    Shi.illll  llle   Northern   Pncilic hank of Ibiunlarv crook, about ono mllo south
,.   .   ■        , ,,.   . , of Qroonwond Ctty...nit riinnii.fl In a southerly
curry their lliloiifloll into etlecl il|?relil tnrcoUaii i.n d uml n Imlf, i i onsl 1 mllo,
sliiiiulus would In* (riven several lines then north one inile. Ilicn cast ouoinllo, then
.     ,                           * nurlli linlli', linn wesl I.! mllrn in place of belli iii.Insl ry. Binning talnlnn fOO ncrcs; ..In*, cninmonc*, _.
.„        ..      ,. ,,   ,, „ ,, Inn at npnst on tho south bank of Twin orook. H
lhe letllill'gie policy ol llu- ('. P. H. about olghty rods cnsi of lho town of Croon* B
Country.
cxeiii-sc, iciii from n greut i.uniliei'lgjj; "-1"1 """"""■ :i ;""ih """■'*'
" Ihcnsu
ihoii siitilb Mchnins la lbe place of cuminonco
 on norlh lb chains, lliun wesl lllolin
nf railway men, nml one l.ttiniillilll   lhe. south 20 chains, thor west20
.       :      .,      ,.       . ,   , ... I lion south 20 chnins'- "■--'	
one linn given it us bis opinion Uml it rarl|t| talnlnir200
they do nol lu.ibl tl.c Crow's N. sl. Pins'   Boundary Va&. Jniuiary 15th. n«i.
[HIS. . iL
Hi
mihvi'>'ll,i' m"ln* s",m '• t!,"V wi"   VTOT1CK IS HKREHY GIVENtlmtappllca-II'.
miKc ii grievous inislukc, ns if lain  ii | f\   Hon will hemailo in Hm Legislative As*  »P
•v d-civ..nn.l,,)i,i,ii,iiyii,,.,onpietc ^;i;;i1v.\Hv«i'W,.-o^:::;-;.iii.1-j:'ci,'n;I:-;T,/^i;^^^1
control "f Ihe V.' -I   Kooli liny ii.iuiiar Piirposo of .t.uciiii't.iiiicm.lngiin.l imrk-! flf
,    ,,    lag deep tunnels, drills or shafts for tlio pur-
(ounlry, aim .,. nld In . mmr valuable poso of oxplnring tor, discovering, working,
fedcrl.bui.lhn naii, line is tusl ..I ^fe.^B'^iKw'g™™''loVs"t'th!I»..
C'algnry,   Asan inslniiceuf llieii-dila-  lilslrlolaof Baatanil \Vost Knnl iy, Yalo nn.l W,     i   ,i
I arlbuo, In lho Province of Hriilsh Columbia,  |fF|fi|fff»i|
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W.H. NORRIS oi.™ R.C. ADAMS,  ]|
Midway, B. C.
Montreal, P. 0.
to complete Iho  southern  . slension'H'"'|i |..ui...s.*s,'iin_ for i-illeellng toils t..rthe; |p
1 ii-,. nt u,,,.. inni..- .... ,,...,,I,,.— u- niiiiii ...,   -*
, ,, .   use of such tunnel
Hevelsloke lo   Arrow  Head,   winch norsoiwor com
workings by uuy i..	
I in iniiiiug uml. '21&
at
would have given Ilium an all w'.nter ns^^'fiu'n-ee-l,^™^'!* '.om^nlCntTl.ovSo;"
route fur lb" ores of lbe Slocan,   If logollior with suoli oilier powers or privileges, IS
.1-1,,.. .... l.,..i.t,.,.l.   ........... I „   ,,n ......,-   (,.,.„„    *
, , ,.      . '      ,   ti^'lita in- incitlcnla. us niuv I,c ncccaanrv fni'oi-lxS:
cy do iiiii awake to a realization "I  Incidental ini idnolvo in ilu- altuinmoul of If |i«f«*4*J
c sllliation Ilia liasl Ibinj; lhey know : ll10'oi'OBoingohjectsoriui.vo{jta«*nRYa      | i»f ffrfui5fc#|i'f
Hi
'S
IH
ii
Si
ft
wmmmMmmmnmmmm
Gentle Saddle Horses.
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
FOREIGN COMPANY.
olhei roads will conie in and shut them    ll. Appltca.it.
out frum the truffle nf cei-tain sections -———————_———_
of Hint country iiliogether. The same CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
dilatory I.-..-lies displayed in the Koole-  o** A	
nay ure being repented in lha Yale dia-
trii-l, where lhey nre nil..wing mutters
logo by lb., hoard us ii   were,and 	
ol her corporalii.ns in eMekhigcbiirlcis; "Companies Act,"Part IV.nnd Amending Acts
for llie liuililing nf railways in territory closely in lunch wilh their system
" piiwiitii • old ironsides mining company (foUeion), no Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
: FLOOR : & :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always In stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Dutter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos <fc Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue ancl Vance Street, VERNON, B, C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
Si-mi your orders for job priming to
Tim Advance,
Itoglstorod tl.o 2711. tiny of Docombcr, 1KB,
IfKIIKBY CKIITIKV Mini I hnvo llils ilny!
KEKI-? Bl-iO.,
lit "n iii:in's.
1 registered tlio "01.1 Ironsides Mining Com* GHE-O.    ____•    S-E"---'OTTX--E-,
imi.y-||.'„rclgn) .....lor ilm "Cotnpniitai' Act," BLACKSMITH   AND   WHEELWRIGHT,
1'ni'i Iv, " llcKlfltrati-iri nl Korcign ('ninimiiici*,". „_      _-_..__»—_■_._*   - -_,
'Olgll (.uiiim
nnd Aiiu'iifltiiP Ac(n,
Tlio liciul ollit'C of lliu caitl C'ujnpatiy 'n A\n-
iiiiil ni llio i ily "f Spokuno, in lho stnic nf
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS «'..st,in ioh,i;.h.a.
ThuobjocUifor wliloli the uompaiiy Ih odlal)-
IMicH arc: To work, opurato, 'my. noil,Icauu,
Moal dollvorod nt (took Crook and .11 Iho looatcncfjulro. procure, hold, and dual In mlnoB,   -A/%T  t^^^t  ~^ A -^r*   rrr\n^T^T
l%StS ITu^-JS'S GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
HORSESHOEING   AND  GENERAL   REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Mining t'nmiis,
J. K.nn.
R. D. Kerh.
America m-d ilu- Province of Ilrtllsl. Columbia,
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLEW,      -      Prop.,      -      Grand Forks, B, C
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   -   -   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -      •  • - PROPRIETOR
THltr*  HOTi-JL XI0F,l.)S NO  BPKOtAI.  WKCOMMKNDATION
ffiT" First-Has^   Accomilioclatloil  nl  tllO SluamoUS  JunotlOM   HoUHP- *tt
Ciiiiinln; lot'nrry oo nml oondn
mining, HiuclUiitf. ntflllug, nnd n
a gonoml
.ciini Inifil-
Im puroliiwo, acqiliro, Imld, oro-t, nml
GOOD ACCOMMODATION
NOTirKlslmroln Kircn Uml :n ilays from
iliile I. IVIlllnm I'mvcrs. Inlotrl iunpplv
tu Il.e Clilct .'.iiiuiiiasi ruf 1 1,-iin'l Works oporalo c ectlio light ,-iiul power plunle for llie
fin* ii llcuii-u lo cnl mill onrrj* .iivav tlmhur fr nti-poxu uf milling .uul trcatliiB in-cs, and for I StODpillir Place for StaifSS tO PefitlCtOn find Ol'O, Wash
!i",,J»!a7!i"win!yVuMi"!fu.|ii,'WU'     "'" -lmliurponoof l..rnlslili,B llglils uial ci ling   _  ,  	
Commencing ut n anal »oi In llio w.ull. bunk I"1"'.'.' 'or ull purpososi to Innil, buy, lcn«o.|~
nf Huiuitlar) creek. II miles frum Un tumuli, locale   nml Iml'l (Ittchcs. Iliinira. uiui .voter    i       t    mr.. T..".. ¥ Vi>ft  *lx(T,ri*,*i/ii;v   /-«»**i I  *N n t yti-ti ;
ll-i'v-,!^,1!-^;'';:;!!-;::;,'^ *'.-*^ m >.- A   I fiPfiOIl fi R   !jR SS STIftB \M)'
;-""""■"""•"' '-■"«m■•»- MiS"»^! Ai o• DI msm 0 ml liflOlj 01 AlIJCl Linjj our [s
Midway. It. i', Dct'cmlurlU, m
iiiiniiii: and olhor inatorlal: t'i own bond, liny,
noil, loaBoaud locate Itmlicrand Umbo
WAVI'i I). -A tmin for cu'p iniocnijilod aiid,lliia!ljMo(Ioovor,vllitngcnni>lnicat,prniwr) will  lc«'l\'c   Pi'lll i"'on 7   .1, HI.   evefV   '1 UGsdaV,    1 hursdav   antl
dlKlrlol  nf Miiniltit'.'i, >. \\.   I, nml uiui ..nnvohloiil and l'Pinilillo fm* Ilm cjii-pvIi n* .•          i              •   • i-   •                                      1   r\       wr    i •'
Hiw,i'.,iun,i,i.,,i..re,reni -imi-iiy.-„„„. J  f^S^^Z^J^i^Z Saturday, arriving at htirvtew i am., and Oro, Washington,
ittttn grown oursorv stack ami non ,-eal p.i!n- oni oi inc onjoeis ono [iin pesos niorosiuti m tlio                               . . £.      •
nl Inducements in ivlioio nr purl lullcslandbrondosl .-('.isa within tliolerrltory  llle same evening
III'... men.   Kxporieureil hiilcsincn will tlml tldn Jt-r,,,., .(l(,|
nllcnigODtl am-.   Itniili-iiieii! iwcnlp,furmein,    .r, '    '„ , ,   ,   ,	
tin mors' mm-, choose innkurs mul ..-!,<> ,| icacli- r,H' (-'iijiital Mu.*k ..f Hie snl.l i ompnny Isenc
G. O. SHURSON, I'rop.  "	
FAIRVIEW, B, C i,,-r\.iT,isiii.;i.  i-ki.
good staeling: MAIN LAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
".IUJB.I.LK1-'.   l'AlllM."
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   ■   COLUMBIA
-*_«_«!S«W4>l__l_e-&-MI-_k.
I'KCIALTIES—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
'frees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRUES, PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   :   E. Hutciikkson, Manager.
•s-oimrct- SOTTTH
cj-oiKre!- sroiR.'jt-zs:
i.iiuris win- ■>■.-,■ ..it.,..-, r.      in. .inn.         , ■        ,n    . .. ...       .   , ,, . ,,.      . .
rfuvlll.lowel to Imik Intu ll.ls. Men.lovotlng million (lollurs, divided Into one mliilon shores  Will  Icve Ul'O,   W.islllll'rton,   7 a. .11,,  Mondays',   Wednesdays
Imi i-rHln...Iniwollivltb us. S k pipeeliilly of llio lnr val no of quo rlolliu* ouch, .   .* * . i •       i•  •    • ' • •' i
■   ' "  ■- ' land Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a, m„ connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & 0. and C, P. Railways,
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
frmvii fi>r ilu* Wonicrii rocUdu, Htmd iiopial to
Toronto, Out., fnrparlli'iilnm
SifJM; ANIi WlUINU'rox,
ProiJrlclorsof "Konlhlll S'tirsoriM.
I..irii*r.i in Ihu lioinlnion Dvor jflflacrofl,
Hond' ITIro,Toronto,Oal.i Innnohoi),Clilcagn .
III.. ..iM Mootrcal, V,Q. j   i
Olvoti initli-r my Imml and boaI of olllco nl
Victoria. Provinco of Dritlab Colutnbin, Hum
27th day of Dccouibor, 1805.
S. Y, WOdTTON,
Rt'gUilvHv '.'f .i"im Htouk Compi-iilon,
XLJ^TSL'S  HOB1V  HOTBL.
1.UMBY, B. C.
Pirst-OlaiB Accoiuuiodntion for Guests. Good Hunting ami Flslilng
Stug;eH to Vernon und Blue Springs.
X-otlIs H-Co-caiXid, Fx>oj>.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.advance.1-0309078/manifest

Comment

Related Items