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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. IV, No. 13.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
i
. FALL GOODS . I
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots ani Shoes.
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Ming ani Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
ViTo haVO jMt received our Kail antl Winter Slock of the abovo nnd are
HclllugHaiiii! ill very hnv pT'iCOS. So before purchasing' yonr wlnlersiipplles bo
sure and give us a cull and ho uoiivineotl that mir prlQOfl are lhe
Iio-dres-t in -fc_h_© JYCarlce-t
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fairvl.w, Camp McKinney nnd Vernon.
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TXT    M. COCHRANE,
Sl.MCITOll -Ul'HBME COUHT,
N'otaky Public Coxvcv.imikk, Kto,
Olllee: Uillili.i'u'H Hlimk, Hiu-lliu-il Avium,!,
VKHNON. - II. r.
pilKI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Elc.
Oi'Tirn: Martin's Bluck,'
VuitNON. ll.C.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
* Pleasantly Situated at tne Foot of Okanagan Lake. *
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Gudies and Outfits for Hunting Parlies.
Good Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
XiZIQXTXnXZ-   BROS.   «SC   CO.
J*C XX X. O "W Iff A..
Dry Hoods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc,
Orders from tlin Lowor Okivnivgan will receive prompt attention,
Pricks Reasonable,
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k CLERIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
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.
POHBIIS M, KI'IIHY, P.L.S.,
A. M. 0.8,0. E„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, B, 0,
T   K. CIIOWI'Ll,,
TU'IN'SII.N ST., V .CUMIN,
CONTIUOTOR ANI) BUILDER
Ofllco nnd Store Fittings a Spooialty.
C H. LATIMER,
VKIIN-ON, Ii. C.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X-si-xxei.  Sur-v-oyor.
Mom. Aiiinc Boo.Irrlff. I'ntfs.
THE HALL MINES, KOOTENAY.            j river ll line of SteamllOlltS Id operate in I Wiul.dntlc 01.  ill.' Bllnllkllllll'l'll, (Illll
t'oiijnni'tloii wit li the Columbia titer llie Chupiicii min  Mmnil Cliapai-,
At a geniT.il Meeting of lhe share- [mii», are owned liy Htrnng rniupoiilcs ami
holders of ilia  Hair-lines,  held on     Captain Griggs hns this latter innt- will lie worked nil u  more or lew eP
Deeemlier 17 in  London, ling., ilu- tw in charge nud may hulld one of the tensive scale,   Besides these there are
.tiairinaii in part saidi "Ourengineer Okiinagan .i.e.   bouts thi- winier- iniiny olhereliilinson tvlileh work «ill
at lhe works -Mr. Davys—has senl a just ns suon, ut least, us thero are pros-U'so be prosecuted by il.e owners- in-
lull report.c ai g an ..pi ie of |iec|_ of the Igoverninenl taking hold dividnals nf -.nail men lid I..11 laige
llie work,   Inni.   ..1..I.a   anil  11I..1.i- of Ihe work nl improving il.e river, fail li,   The Bridgeport ■■nnipnily «ill
gi.mnd, il.ni  has heen iiiTinupllshnt Oaplalu Orlgg. I> mil a proinuler who resume work on Mineral Hill nud ll In
•.im-.' In- i-.ii.ii- iiiiiiuiiii-e iii Mm-rli, mul miikes fori 1111 1 piper for oilier | ■  mil  unlikely Ihul lhe Huhy .- vii-
Ii-nii heartily eoiigriitulale lliesliare- pU< .md  spends iheir 1. v.   He is tratot'will lieslarled up again.   Spo*
holderson U.e greatly iinpioved out* using his own money and using a husl- kiine parties have applied for 11 lease
look which lie has deiuniisi nil ed after ,„.Bs experience thai lias iu Ihepast of the mill, with Ih |eel nf rmiuliig
niae 1 .11..-' lulelllgeiil di'velopuienl gained him a g lly hunk iiecuuut, ll nsiiciistom ...ill.   If nub 1111 ciiler*-
of our properly.   In Mareh lasl. when He mivigated 011 lhe Red ilverwheii prise lie started ii "ill |.ul new lite
h ■ i-nieieil mu - i'iii|il..yii.ei.i, Mi'.Joi- llnkiilii  was liiiildiug,   ii.nl fur two and energy Into mining operations ill
.1,in, ulni nn.. ila-ii supoiiuleudi'iil al yews  during   the   hard limes—hns this section of country, whicli luisliilil
llie mines, eslluiiili'd  ive hml 85,000 made money while eslahllsliiiig his practically dornmnt I...- the last llu	
Ipusof ore in slghl, and on lhe_0lh of steamship II a   In  Oohunl.la river. Iyears,   Okutiagan Outlook.
Nm-emlii'i-1 l.is Inni lieen inereased lo Lusl yenr Cuplulii Griggs spent much . • -
11 grand lotal of 1112.100 tons—a gain of ti InveslIguilug the Okauagaiiconn* Legul lilmik-- nf  every  descriplloii
iiliiuisl 100,000 tons in llu-nighl mouths try, Mm liver, ami llriiish Cnl tin In printed at Tin; Aiivancb nlilco,
of Mr, Duvys'iniiniigenmiit, Ihe norlh,   lie is RiiMsflctl wilh the »•<
"At the close of our Insl Hunnclal presenl   business   outlook, .....1 has another treadwell MINE,
year we lind l.m.O lulls of ore on lhe ngreed lo lint only pul 1. Iu.nl on lhe j
.In
Ilia
I em    iu    llllll     |,..i..|    11 ill .1    ill     iiit*   1111   1111:     •■ !■» ,'      |". -     "     iiiiiii-....   111.    I
'" ■  T"lllis we huve willed during  Okunugnu river, la  increase lhe,    U|s|u [m |(fi .^^ ||(1
■h"y."1"'" " *-"°" s """■"•u''"'■'■ s"''T'";::w|,ldy r'?  ■'""nn r t_« bi-u* hm......nnv us i _.■
is estimiiled m co.il.iii. ahout 10 ounces on the Oknungun hm ihe river as iveh ,     ho(|| rf w||. ,h m ||m,    |(||,
silver nml 5 per eenl. copper.   This is And 0„p',,u, Aaa,- der Griggs word   ,„.„,„.,, i|1S|         „,„, „„,„■,. .,,,„
Assaying and Analysis of Ores '"'il,K ",'',S|".,rl1"' '/'I1'" ,T ',""'"'-, ILweZZ '"""" ''""""i'1—- '<"• ""-"" • : >"<•>•
3   6   tramway lo the ore Litis, there loawait, PCopleaiehopef.il, he developed ill East  K hv.    The
treatment   in  ihe  BU.ell.er,   A  cable     !"  the  presenl   coudilion   nf   lhe;
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Lath ov
erai n tt.il 1 iamq m n   r. m   m * • : j Fort Htetilu  Prufiiti-rtririif  Dt'ci'inbi'i'
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., CM.    f-.otlI Nc.Uo... Outed  Deeemlier 15, con- Ok, g Iver 0  can  I, navigated L mMm  „„,  >m „An[m,
VEItNON, l(. V.   vcys Il.e welcome Intelligence lhat 'he Imt Iwo months in llu- year and Ihal 11||(,|w,,       |)f,tlil,,.,-,| w,u ,l|rav,.w|
.smeller uill  be  rendy on  Deeemlier durliighigh waler.   Even Maai il can j ,„ ,,„,,. |,lsl |,v H. L. Ann, iidOhas,
81st, So thai we can now contemplate lie navignled forn dislan, I  y Hi; ,.-,„,„:,,.   T|„; ,lv is „„,.„„,,
the future with confidence, seeing that unles fron. Is c , -a w „. Cu- U,,,.^ m.iik      ^^  uf  W|1(|
"11!I»U31 i«»poit«n 1 vain ■ ml- lumhiil.    I la- work ul luiprnvillg H"'j „,„.„, ,,,,,.L The ledge is gold hearing
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Kno.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEIINON, II. 0,
Commission and Insurance Ag''t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Juliet   in  nni-  miiii's  eotiinieiices  ils ',|V''''
l.ulllil   11.1, sis
i.f lilasillig iii a
l|ll(ll-IZ, niiniii. ICO feel   in tvldlll, iiiiiI is
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A,
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Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
work In January, ..nil we can Inok for-   "« P>«« «''•'' "«; l-uiWIim ol «..,«,,.    ,„,.,,, .lllin),     , .,1,,,, _
«•'»' he year 18E0 as that, in which 'lanis.    11ns 1 ., ,ke ihe nyr\]u !n,nill,uk„ k  , „„.,,.
our property will iiinkauiong dividend '"ivigiihlo for Us .'nine length mid Ini  s, ,,,„, ,.isi.s      lh, „„,„„ t .,1,, |tv a
...' . ..1    ..   !.. tiT       t_    ._ . i       .    nnv uliiirn nl    11   .Il.e '
B.'He.* of l.iver.H or steps, s hi • I:'tu 21
feel iii height, Tlie ledge prnspecls
well iii gold, ami sum,. li.lKHI r.-.-t nf
ledge null ter has heen sampled, ntnl
tlle assays show Ihal il will avercge
$11,110 lu  1 in*  Imi.   There Is .1 strip of
paving mines.   We have uinpii'sliuir any stage ol tinier
ahleiiidiciitiHiisof paying go.d in the    Tl"' ll'",'lil  l>' '"i-  improve nl
Daylight claim.   From the shaft sunk """:i1     '" * ve Alum, Hiil.y.Ciniiii-
.... ii  live snnijei taken across Hie null}' ami Luomis direc! c. nimicii-
widlhof lhe vein f.ave an average of tlun, ur i.eiiily mi, aud lo innliea wesl-
two ounces to lhe Ion nf 2210 pounds, ''I'll cnlrnuce iulu Ilia Colville reservn-
The development of this and the ml- «i"» |»'-«i' >'■" -"-'I Hm- - i"ffl' '"'•i«"'i"j ^."b,' V.-.V|" ii.ilm ,.,.Mhe'„f'ihekaiKe
i"»"W is which we hat - ed  '» ' "'''' "•|i.i   w l"'"  "I"' '   B,lt thai  a.-av.- ns high „s $8 to Ihe ton,
wiHI'et,ik, p l,e,-e,if|..,',«henlhe Ni-iiIs nni all, for ,|  would enterl.he|al|(1 „ h]m] |(| ||||(|  .,,.„.•,„
,,.,„..,.. , ,. iireenl wink in ci .merlin,i wiil. ilu- Bri'.ish Columbia country lo I lu. north,
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey   '"1-""   .""K »> ".unn.iiu.1  nu,. .... . "".
Work, with Plans nnd Estimates In any Silver Ring lias  heen accomplished, mid 1111.lt.'liil.ulury I.. Okiinagan river M|
Portion of the Province Immediately At-1 In fuel, v.... hue evjry 1-eiison In feel commerce llie milling I'.unps of Fair- Li,
Ilinl dues nol ronlniu go d.   No work
wey   ■■■'-                                                              .                                 ■               .      1 uinl .lues nol  c.tram „n il,   .>.. wort
any  Silver King  has   lieen accoinphsl   mid n.nke l,il,ul„i-i- l„ Okauagaii river, ||Ms llm| ,,,„„.,,„ , „ (,    ,,„-. ,lf
tended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mini igCampa of Kettle River
Mining Division.
EOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
salislle.r nil:,  il.e pius.ncs of your view. Ciunp McKinney and ol hers, and
1 nidi,   a.- ilu
J. C. HAAS
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
cessfld in finding ore ill lhe Kootenay  velops, etc, al  'I   li ADVANCE.
llonaii/n."
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OKANASAN RIVER.
KETTLE RIVEII MlillNii DIVISION.
p..
Tl ivners havu cul a lnill IV ilia
, creek In the mine, also cut and cli'ui'td
prupcrly.   \V. l.nva Uuec gold claims ''"l»"'«ve   Irade   as  those  prnniisingl m (jl(| M] f|.  w||(] ^^
a.,inesi,Ugg.   We ha  inimway, ™'i,p«   are   all, d   1 prove-1      k „,..,„,.„,,. fl„k „f -j,,,,,,,,,. nif
We  have proved new ore hollies and Spokesinwi Review. |||fl ..,,,,„ ,,,si|v ,,, „,„i,l||.,sl|„,,
tapped ore at the depth nf 820 feet in ">*      - is plemv of lind er and water i.e.ir tin
'he sil,,,.|iiui..-..-,„l..,-l„,.,.|„, ,,-,1..     '"■' vm. ' ' licids leilei-l Is. "'•-[ luUu-. nnd it is only S.COO r.'el f lm
mine  In lhe neck.   Iheie is (plans
enough  in si(:hl lu keep IIH) hIi.iii| *
riiniiiug ilny nud nighl for iniiny yews,
I Record or Mineral Locations for tho Week I "  Ih  l8llll"ll,d  ll""   'l»' aim mil . f
j   The Okanagan  lug countrv, es* Ending January 22, 'luiii'l- in sl|(hl  nggiegal.s l.i.ui.l.iil
pnclally the uorlheasl section, will rise IH- 'Jl"'. Deadwocd cwnp, I*. Aspan- "'"'•   A  |mi-lj' in llulle, Moid., has
   from theu,uict, into which it liasiif lateI      wall, n.ade a  pioposlliou  lo  Ihe nwneis,
P    P    mCTCDTHM   fallen.if IheelVorls «■ being made, "I- Monday, Grand Pr.ioi.*. !l. \V,„„I-' "h"1' "(-siii.l (,«■« ,|.l. ,1.   M1.C101	
L.  t.   LU-5l.]iKlUlN   tusecure from the United Slatesguv-I      l»'wl. niwuiger of lhe Sl. Eugene ledge, was
VKHNON, lua or.iiuoiit au (ipprupiiatiou fur Il.e in,- ^  Gold Cup, Grand  I'riilric, .1. M. I ""K"H ''V '■«' I""'1"''- '" siimple lhe
proveinenl uf lbe Oknungnu rival are        llargrave nml .1. I,. Wiseman,        jl"""'' •■'•■ "'•'sl1'"  '" ''" * »'"'•
successful; and lbe prospects fur lbe tiiansikum «•"■"! oflh,. h.lellesBof : be -ens,,,, and
present congress uppinprhitiug 11 sum ■"■ Heerhoni, ' Interest, .1. 11. Morrl-  ""'s'i"»-
of money with which lo, al least.liegln       '"" '" A- '''• Touey,
lbe  wurk  are  excellent,   The entire". Sl Charles, J Inleiesl, G, M, Ml
Wiishiiigtnn delegation Is said tu lie ill      '" •'•''*• "Hiker,
—Agiont JPor—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsalc
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
N'lcholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
—Agent  Far   _
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PROSPECTING THE AIR.
Thn nksn_„_n-Sn->lhiiiplippn Ii'.!.!ll,,il'"' ""' wu,,k- ■•""l " iH M'"'m] "' lv'l''i "'' '' °11'1 8l"1''    l''";s|:,'l'li"K ","',h f"1' l"':ri"":
illl) Undlldgdll-OpulllillimilJil lliSlb.   ||„ltlll(.m|)U|.a„f bmh houses nf ...ll- Wl.l-ul.iil.il W. .1. lliu I i*. j metals l.s„ very nuclei   lie iillonof
FOR
elation.
-icss from other slates will gladly '•'■  Sluniircli,.alliuterest,Thus,Humph- "m"i «•'uncient Indeed Ihal il i- a re-
come to their Hssistaucu, rey I11F. C, Innes. lief lo  know lhat soinclhiiig 11	
Tbe,,'is.  poi ,-,  rn,  pari   nf lbe 20- J1 «'« Vi"«'' I h'u^- (i- A, '""*""' t   l0 '"■ "■""'' *i;'" Prnspecl Ing
.ainie   where   the expenditure   of,,        l! " '■ «■ «™'» Giea rfnrinolsline, whi,.|,,-x|-..,i,,,,.,l
1                      ■       ■ 22. ('In. tun in. .',   utercfll. ,1  Wnlini-e is 10 he line ciliikcli a,,!,,- 1 In M per-
moderate sun, on river improvements                          -             '      "an..'. . . ..,,,!,
lu W. I'. Tie. h Isinli ol I'lilr.-Mir M uf lbe 1 nuni
^Illll S Vi llllll I   I Illl all.     '| Ilia -I il llli-,
has  come  lu   lie  ll , elu-ii ,,  Ibal   I y
ll -e uf  icirpliil.is  ul   kih-.   wllil'll
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London ,- Canadian Fire Ini. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., uf Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan„ Invest-       ,
mentCo. will lie sn  beueliclHl  In  lin- slate Hi
The Dominion Building k Loan Asso- large as on the Okaungaii river, us il
j will   give   an   e.-ie liugly   wenllhy
lir.se AND TIIi-E.
(leneralRcalEstiite&Fiiiiin.ialAt;1"1""'''1, li™"Ml lr"ns ; »7  ■^■■■-"■^ 'H.i« of the N„nh.LU,"",','. a'nihlrUisiniHnmnmi
NOTARY PUBLIC, esseiitliil to develupinenl   and «1,,,-h  wesl  .\ g  nssociali.n  is called to „-, „     ,„„ ||f|| „,.,,„.
   I„18 lieen looked  lortvard to and hoped   I 111 Spukniieon lhe22iid of Febiu-  ,,„      ., ,        , ,        ,
1 iii,- insl,,,meni-
<•!, as bwuutel,
and
ASSAYER.
sacxxrwA-v, e. o.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Luke, handy to shipment,
Sash ami Door Factory on C, P. R,, Venum.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POWERS,  Proprietors,
HARRY   A.   GUESS    M  A,   f"'"' '""*   *"'", ,Vt'"7 7 ""?"," ',"' ,X,t \VbW, Wl" l,^Mu ': n 'lers, grnmeleis, etc., n,„v
' ' |I,•".V"",,:"I :",   '"■ |,|m,'"« '"  "'; h,« "•'-■"••'>'-l'l' "-'- •"■  becrrle f  nlle's
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST    [strucllous III the Okanngiiii river would prcsidciils oflhe nssociiillou, and iiho, (||,0( ,. ,|1(| ,,„. ,,„      i,,,;  ,,,,11,;
I"IV0 1,","^ ';'' """'"™";/-" • 'l«I '*>• v ftli.-lrom<e,w-epresidenls .„,„„;      ,„.  ,lsl,l,I,„|m,,| nlll|' „,„",.
lhert,ei,uldl„.tebe(.nnoi-a,lw„y,-o„- „r ,1,, 1 „ ,, I, 1, ,li ganin.. ,1 In theh    „,,,„    ,,,,,.„ , „ „„,.,.
neeliun.ixeep, l,yi,    ,,,g,,,,,l led,,,,,.- respecllv,    I.a,il,,,;.     'Il.e   p,,,i,„,„   ,,-., ln„v |,e given of ,,„ i aiding
luitll by teams alter lhe Culuinliia liver li-niim-nl lb,   ii.k lil |{ 111c 11 iiiiiii- In. ,.1jl)fll|i      *|*| Ml,,j ,,   [v|[|   p,
iiHsrenched.   Now lhe building of llie il,,,„ie ,, , |„.. w',,,il[.;i u;,,, ,.1(Ut  .-,„  hv ,v
(in'al .Nurlli,',-I, rail,uud In \,emili'liee IV,,an   illi,iiii.,   Hi,    i,,,um ii,,1 1.   ,,, .    ,,.                  ,,'
RATES:  Cold, Sliver, or Lend, SI.00 each;,      , ,, ,„,      ,„,i;i,     .,, , ,    ■ olhcr lllllll sclelll llle men, ns lbe ,|	
Copper, $1.60, Iron! $-.0.(001.," ''" """""""" ,."^ M""""> ''> ' '' l'"*'*-"l»«" "    '" " Julles.niid  „ lfl| „„„,, ,„„. „,,,.,, „„•,,,,„
Silver, and Copper, $3.00.   Othor j Oii|iti Ili'Xillider Griggs nl a I , bellei wipi, 'Willi llle ulijecls,  i,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,^! ' ,|e | oi.tilnlli n it
rates on application. Samples Iron,  slewuhnals on the Golumhliiliver from designs anil |„ ed,  of lhe nsKoelallou, J .
a dlstonco will rocolvo prn.npl at-! Weiinlel    lu   Ha-    im.ulli   uf   lie- to foruiul.ili. leglslillll'e milling iiclion - • •
tentlon.                              Okwingilll liver, give lhe pruptihcd lm- eirccllng   Inns  lo   l.e   ordilhieil  and ll. 8, OOLD PRODUCTION,
'   B proveiiieiils greul   value; while  ihe eunclcd, as Hell as „  free dlBrussioii
Send Your Order toJ-%^.-     ]n.m] ulm| ,.,„,,,,, Wils||i||(,  , ||(| g(ii||l|   (f|||||1 f|     T|„. ,„,„,,„,,  ,,„,,, K ,„,„ ,
Tnmiimn    l   Ilftiirl   Tnnno  ''""''  ""'""" ' Uvm C'""1''" lllelH'lu"' "' "'   ,;: ; 'H'dliilhe  r great  -resl  people of
LoPlllij    (K   JjIUJU-0UlIUO  ('il>:,l";!lt'  l'"l,""l,i;'  '"   I,'; "<h deiel,,.,,,,. r,i„ Ingliidtistry,, „-, „,,-, ,„.|i,  Is ,,pc.,.|„||ys	
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots unci Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AND   HA CONS,
Write for prices,
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
WOOD,   OAXtC4XX.X.  4.   OO.,       •      -       AltMSTIipNG
f  lhe  0_.iliiigau   liver adds to llio Ibis Norlliwesl., The e.uivenllon i-l*  ||„., ,,].-',.t lbe  United Hlales, and
Inlcre-'t. ui Un, in. mi ilm .lay a. I u n.l closes more particularly so u hen ll i- fnuiul
Thenupi-nve ,,, nl' lhe Okanagan "I 7 p, in. same dales nud al 8,_l)p, in.  ihal ive lend lu lhe prodiirtiuli of Ihis
Bllg'g'ies, Sleig'llS Etc., Etc.  i-i1'''''1"'''''""'"l'"'"'li '" "" Wilil-eyed iissi-iiililcsin llu- liiinqiii-l liullloii fciiMt  |,|.(.iaioii!*i incliii.   liming IS:-.*, il ii-
srheme From boom limes, hutacon* of reiisun and How of ui, given under putoflhe world nni..un.nl in nboul
servniive business |,ro|ii.sil.lon, In I the auspices of lhe association, liy lhe U,S(!0,*__U flno iiimiis, lalmd nl  MUa,-
„l lho necessllli'B of the presenl mid courlesy nf ilu- clll'.eus ..' Spokane. 120,500, of ivhlch lhe Uniliil sinic Is
luineel Ibeileniiiiiila.ifi iinirj- Ilia, As,....' niil religiiius iiu.i ruclor used tu i-rt'dlled villi 2I7U.S27 ounciis, I iillieil
has heen Bteadlly developing eienli, say, eleineiicy of the weather and the at $11,870,1)1)8,   When it i, laken into
lin* fm*,. uf llu. depressed  ii .- und Lord penuiltiug, wesluili he Iheiellie consideration that Ihis Inner nimiunl
under stagecoach  lrw,8|„,rlHtlon nml dale and llle hours named respectively. L produced iu ihe oidiua.y cmuse nf
expensive leaiii  Irelghtlug,    During     Evidences are not wanting In Indi- husliiess, will,,,,,, any bingg ur 1,1ns.
lhe  pas,  In,, veins ,l,ere bme heen ciieilin, nex, sensiin will see greater I ter, iiiid llnil Kiiiilli Africa, boomed lo
loniiimn A Ilnini Innne  Iiolnirnn   ■*''Vl'|,',|' ''"'K1' '"'"i"K   cuinpiinies  ni neilvlly    in    mining   npi-raiions in its utmost, does not eipial ll, ilis li.nd
LBpilIlU (* LIOyU-UflllBS) IVBIOWIla, I m,rk in  the Okaniigaii  eu'iiiliy ,le- Okanngiiii eoiinly   than In- lien,, ex- to my whal  llu- .-.ninny rnulil pro
v,ioping and creating future proper* p.n'onccd si,,,.,,  lbe general collapse, (luce If lls gold reel- were worked io
lies.   .Sum,'uf these companies have I nboul  Ihree veins ago,   With tlie iv- any magnitude, Tills producl ion sIi.jm-i
big easier,, inline,,,-,', whirl, will he suinptlou of work al Qolden lliere will an iiicrease ovei I8'l|uf $r.,lll),'WI, and
c;«-.:-*..*..:«---j    iu„<-ii.,.,..a«_j11||N|it|| m.wi. ,),,. aiiprnpilwiuii,   Tbe heal leastfoui'niines pei'allun,and in the world of $21,775,010,
For Implements, Wagons,
Bllg'g'ies, Sleighs Etc, Etc.
FIoup and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
W. lUI.HY.MI'Ll'
PAIRVIEW, a c.
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty,
appropriation once sec,,red, arrange- perhaps many mure in  Ihe Palmer >••>
in.-i.ls have been made by which „l [country alone,   The four referred Ic,     Commercial  Jul, printing dm
mice will   be  put   on  the Oka.iiii'nn   the Trim..'-led ^o-!-.,..'-.1 Onlile,;.,he ' Ihi • ull'.i.   il living liile*.. THE ADVANCE.
W. II. X mills I'm,,',,,,,-,-,...
PublUliwI  moldy  ..i  Midway. Bi C,
Subscription I'l'ii-i-. $-..hi inn- iiiiiiiini. payable
1.1 nilvauro, either yi'tii-l.v or hnlf-yoarly nt the
-liiiim uf lin- subscriber.
Advertising Itfltos soul on Application.
T!i,iu,'li iho ciiIiiiiiiis of Tins Advance are
ahviivs open for Ilm disriiasiiiii uf manors nf  e,.,.i,ri,. ,„.,--  >.„„ ,.,„,,,,„]|,„|
R_bltc imi-ivst nml I nrlaiirc. we do llOtnoo I "•*«"• WIW, HUS ((....p. Illll
Masuriiy i-nilni-s ■ any nf ilm opinions o.prossod,
I' irrospn.ii1ci.co nf n personal nniurti will ni.I no
pulilialli'll.
MOXDAY, JANUARY 27. 1800.
A crOSS in lllisspili'ii llllll-
.a,,,is ,1,11, jainraiiliacripliiiii
,i, this p;,,ii.|. lias expired,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
In uur presenl issni* will be nnliced
a Idler over Ihe signature nf s. ti.
Fowler. K. M„ refutlngtlio statement,
innil,- hy W, P. ll'irvey, in 111 ■ Ulllisl-
mas nun,bur ,,f ibe 11. ('. Mining
Rei'OI'd, In lhe effect Ihul the bulk of
ores lo be found in llie iul,mil mining
seel ion of British Coluillhla and Yule
in purllculnr, ure mil iidnpleil gener*
•illy In llu* smelling process. We have
a .vi.ys held ami still hold In ihe
,,pinion ihul the cyanide prucess niny
yel be adupled lo lhe Ireulmcnl of
uinny Ih.n.s.iuds of tolls of ore to lie
found ill the several secliuiis ind'euted,
lm!In.say lint lhe millions of Ions of
ore Illll ex is1 ill lhe mining rumps of
Yale districl, iiiiii Boundary creek in |
purl in,Iur, cilunol be treated successfully by smellers, brands Ihe null..,,-
,,f such assrrtli.u us nne who Is enj
tirely prejudiced toward lbe purlieu-
lui'tmilinenl uf ore (by cy,inlde)wliiiii
he represents, nr furnishes,, proof Ihal
he lias penneduslnlinicnt wl,bu,,1 being thoroughly conversant wilh the
dislriclsuuined oi the variety of ores
fin,,,,I will,in llieir ,-,„,lines.
Tin: Ti-
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ii, xpe
■len
aaa
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a,,   ,..
cm,dug l<
un
IJ.1V,
ia
.
!    ihc.Nl'l
son uud
For
Sin
l|,l
a 1  rn
Iwny .,,,,
lbe owne
S   1.
• ll„.
R.
sslwu
luwnsit,
over rigl,
of
way
ua
lers,
md have.
be curried uut.   As uu example of liow
transportation us afforded hy lhe eon-
ten, j,luted new steamboat lineup.... il.e
waters of tho snid river would effect
some of the eulnps in question, we
have only to recite llie fuel thnl the
hest inducements Ihnt have ever lie,*,,
held out lo lhe mine owners by way of
, lux  lo
be Imposed upon Iheir ore of $18,50 per
tun between lhe camps indicated and
the  point of reduclinn ut Everett or
Tacoma.   This added to the smelling
charges say of $10  per Inn, totals
$28,50 exclusive of the cost of mining
This it will be seen  necessitates Ih
shipment of very high grade ore be
fine nny pi'olil cnn be expected I" ne-
cam 1.1 the mine  owners, uud  is  tlle
chief fnctor which has retarded the
progress of  Ihese camps  up  In lhe
presenl lime.     Willi steuinhonl cum-
.......million   the  same   ore  could   be
shipped to lhe points ,,f reduction ul
ul I,'ust n saving of $8 uud |)«illi,pa
$111 perl„„, and ibis iu Itself would
represent „ bunds.une prulil lu lbe
uwliers nf 111,'   lllllldl'i'ds nf I liuusiinds
of tons of medium grade ure lying uu*
lm„-bed iu mosl cuses iu lliesu camps
today. Then again lhe ninney saved
upon freight, could he applied lo ihe
concentration of tlie ore, and slmu .1
tilts process of tretitinenl be adopted,
ii Is hard to judgeiis to the limit of pro-
production uf Iheeamps in Ilm future,
luourlreiilmenl of Ine mul Ier we bnve
mily ,l,i nun uul n suggestion or two us
tu lhe benelll.ln be derived by our own
country frouilheeslnbllsliiueul uf such
u service, uud ivill leave uur renders to
judge lhe vnsl stimulus Ihul would be
given lo nlining generally in the norlli-
west cornel' of Washington slate, after
perusing nn Article up „, mil front page
Ink,,, from the Sp . -.:..,,u-Hevieiv
upon the same subject. In conclusion
we wuuld suy we trust nn stone (.'ill be
left unturned In open avenues of
Iranspoiintiiin between Ibis seel Ion
uml lhe greul, centres uf Irade, and if
such is dune soon will British Onluin-
hin grow intu „ mighty mining province indeed,
WE ARE
doing -In iiinke room for ,*i Imgc
new stock nnd Hill 11.ere lore
commence thin ....,,,11,
mi
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ti
T. ELLIOT
ti
Closing
: Diseoiiiii
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GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B.
mv-io§
1
Largest and best assokti d
<M
uasn m
lot 20 per eenl.,
German Socki
Cardigan .lacke
Gloves, .Mil-.
(Ooods, in fuel
i Winier Goods,
wiih
 • Btock of Fell Bouts,
,   Alelies,    MaekillAIVB,
m :.
ffUt.
mmm
WEIGH
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ot   . :  .....
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
ROOK OBEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK I'HEEK.
XX    1-ittoiidi-ie-l.,   Ms*.
PUfST-CMSS    AcCOMMOliATIIIN   F..K  Ileum.
•is
Ilia
('illl'
illda
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er-locke
OYFUL-NEWS
AT   'I II !•>*
"»-*;-U_y__MJ*-'1->'''-'
FUR CAPS
[38 per eenl, discount  will  be allowed
on suine.   Discounts fnr CASH ONLY.
QKANAGAN 5AWMILL,
iiiimTi kelowna, ?
You cnn now  purchase Cedar
made  and   finished;   Window Sash
Call and Get Bargains
Reservation Trading Co,
D.   RlcDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIL WAY, B. ti
ll 11 Kinds
uclli.n nf,,',,(
if Work Excelled to llio SatM
we believe, broken nil all negutiations
tending ton set 11.'incut of tin, dispute,
and have begun comic,,,mil iuu proceeding, against linth the pill-lies, and
will al. once start wurk up,,,, I be building..f their li'iunwuy. Tu iiccoinplisl)
Iheir purpose, they will be obliged, ll.
seems, to cross lbe surveyed lines of
theCwiadiau Pacific und Nelsuti and
Furl iShcppuro railways, bul Ihis lhey
-ecu. ili'lermiucd lo do and Id abide by
tlie iu,,.-,,picnics. Evidently Ihecur-
purniiun thul bus iuvnded tlie province
and is liuililing smelters nnd railways
and is looking forward will, u com-
plucentspiiil In having lo light fool,
by fm,I nud inch by inch fur privileges
against the giant ('. P, R and other
companies is i powerful our und well
able lo Ink,' cure of itself, und this
being lhe case, Hie outcome „f iisuc-
tion will be watched with a great deal
of inleresi by Ihose whose wiilfare
mu v he affected I hereby,
J.McNICOL!
$
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Just Beeeived
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*
J Rubber Boots
*
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4.1
Lumbermen's Overshoes
Manitoba overshces.
Wk hive noticed „
in several newspaperi
§
Hi
S.i
is
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby uii-en Hint application
will l,e made to llu, Legislative Assembly
nf tlio Province of Brlttsli Cnliunlilii, nl lis
iinxt .Session fm-sn Act (.. IncornnrtUc a Com*
]„,„..- fortho jnii-|niso nf riinst.-iiciiig, on.ul|i-
ping, inniniiiiiiiiigaiiil opornllng»railway, extending from a point al or near I'eiuiclon nu
Iho ()!'„»„-(„<) Lako, mul riltiliihg Ilfclico sni.tt.
and ensl 1„ Ml.lwny, tliouco norlh .....1 cist
through I!l,oil Puss to tlio Norlh Fork of Keltic
[liver, thonco south to Grand forks, anil thonoo
last to a point nt or near Cascndo City, in lho
t of Vale, lli-ilisl. Ciiliituliiii, will, piiwers
to construct, (.quip,., imtintuin, uml opuralo
brnnoti lines therefrom 1....1I wineslying In lhe
vieinily llmnsif innil nlsn In construct, equip,
iiiiiiiiliiin,nnil operato l,ili>giu|ih uud Ictcplmmi
lines, uml... luiildwliarvi's null dis-ks In eon*
nei'limi thoroirlth'; together will, tlm powers of
acquiring lauds, privileges, Iwiiusrs, nr oilier
uiils from nny Qovui-ntii.l.t. Municipal Corpora.
linn, nr otlfoi' pursonsor bodies, nnd In nuiko
Unfile or othor un-nngi-nieiils will, railway,
slL-ninliimt. ur nllmr i-tunpunk-s; ..nil for nil
ot hoi- usual) nccoRsnrv, or Inclitontnl rights,
powors uml privileges lu Mini behalf.
WI I.SOX S* C'AMl'HKLL,
Solicitors for applicants,
Doled (1.1s 2011, ,!,,)■ uf Doocniber, WIS.
n cast in
()[ : Dlslrlc
"*■ ! .11 ,.„n
uleinenl, made
loss the line I,,
the elfecl Mini if a miner In* f.iiind
guilty uf any offence of sufficient
gravity ng.,insl. llie mi,dug laws uf the
province, such us jumping claims, etc.,
it lies wil bin the power of the gold
commissioner, if lie sees lit iu punish
such Individual, to revoke his mining license, and by so doing deprive
him of nny interests he mny huve procured in Ihe counlry. Thlssluteiucu!
whieh wc believe was lirst given credence In in Ihis disliiel, no dnilhl having been innile by snme one not conversant will, lhe laws, hus heen reiterated by mining men nf prominence
in .Mm,lunu uud oilier slnles, and hns
pel liapi done some itniiiliut of I,urn,
ti, our mining Interests, We take Ihis
opportunity uf referring lo the mutter
so that the slatemeiil may remain no
Inugeiiunchallenged, fur if all,,wed In
go unheeded il is hard Id foresee whut
iuu,,ill,I uf I,.nni may result, us
few men would cure to risk Iheir fortunes iu a counlry where such,,,-1,1*
Irary powers were vcsleil III the gnld
cuuimissioner. British Columbia needs
all the Inil.els, j ios| e.-ln.s uinl enpllal
she cuu gi I. nnil »e do mil wish il lu
be generally iniderslood uu llieothei'
side Ibnl if in in,li. id,ml l,„p| ens lu
lu gel iulu ,11111c,lilies over certain
mining inleresls in ihis, nuni, v, il lies
iviil,in ihe caprice uf the guid i	
iiiissiiiiier, or jn fiiel any ilidii id,ml or
cur!,!., deprive llllll of ul her inleresls j
•iiii .< i in. I in nn hiiue-l and sl might*
forward manner, it hi, I, tu.ui.l .er-1
till,lly be ilnne could bis mining license j
l,e revoked iipuniiuyprt'li-xl tiluilever.
Unwillingly  lbe  papers inferred  In
have ilniie I hep, m i,ledum,,, ullllnglj
we trusl lhey itill, ii ti t-r holing ihis,
render  whut   lepiiini im, lies   ivillliu
llnil- power.
inel doors, beautifully
Laths, Shingles and
all other kinds of house finishings; Rough and Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River  District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
Im. ImTSQJTITKLXI, prop.
GOOD STABLING
MrEsrelli'iit fishing .... Kellle Illver.Jf
ARMSTRONG} HOTEL,
II.  KEYES, Prop,
(I.....1 Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
Fh-st-Clnss Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
FOR SALE
JiOJEli.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines-
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
Fnr prices und all other.nf\)rin:Uimi iipply to
i. ■ ,     LJART
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
TtiiH in ii splendidly flu tolled limine innitft
and out, nlmpRt (WW, willi giHHl _tftl>l_ nnd out
building, in ecu tin lly locnUxl In Hi. rallcy
nml ciiiiiiiiiiiiil-1 it Kiiod trade. It sUmls oii'jli'
(mvii i;iotiiiils of two and a Imlf nvrci in citint,
uinl Ua j:iMiil in vestment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP'
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Tills liuililing Is two storey, iiixl, and .land,
nn ils own g.-iii.uil ui" luilf un sere In extent nnd.
Is in .. .-uinninn.ling business iinsili.iu.
Foil Terms Aeei.YTn
1). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
A. D. B '
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McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
.1. VV. I-^EED, 'ffl
i
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLERS?]
MIDWAY, B. C.
ffl   \  I'l     a
i    „
Pa^.n; nletifcfnea
ToiietJAr-ioios
Trusses,' &c.
r. ;.,-
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
i
All Work Warranted;    nlK'ni
Mall   Orders   From   llie   Lower
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
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Campbell Bros.
Ii ^ | TWO CABLOADSjfsT AERIVE1) |
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MARTIN   BROS.
I.KAIIINI1 IIOIMII POR
Hardware, Stove,. Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
Vernon, S. C
A. D. W0RGAN.
Porlriiit & Landscape riiotogr_p_er
VKHNON, II. ('.
VIEW5 OP THE DISTRICT FOR S__E.
F. II. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B, V
ROSSLAND, B.C.
VERNON, B.C.
TAX
Assessment
lll'VI'lllll'
Acl
Tu
mid Provlnoliil
.  Rook Creek
Division nf Vulc District.
i' liy nut cx-
I   llUpl'l.t'lll'l
Ilia   l.nll.llllll' Wii-liiiifftou is
,1,1,'llli,,,,   Ul    III,'
uf rcpri'si'iiiiiiiy,. ,,„.,, nf tlmt
ns   ne   me   (l;,'i,,K  ennvers*
We uio p!i..isi.ii in nni
rliun.-.'i'H Ilia: ll," ni.,,,,.,- ,i
lin- Oa,u, ii.mii elver iiiami
ury line in ll,,' S. il
liieeivlng so uiiiel:
Innil
rule.
ant with  tli,. greul  eoinuiereiiil nml
uiiui,,','|„-ivil,.„,'s that will I.'."annl,.(I
to so,,,,, of Brillsh Coluiuliiii'tiSniitliei'ii
Okiinigiiu niiniii,' ciuup') (i,ii11* in a
posilii.n lo judge  11,,' greul l„.,mills
ll.nl  tvntil.l iii*i*i-iM' In the snetinn of
f.'iinli -■- lyi,,ir,-,,,,,igii'i'ia In lhe river
in mirstiun, slumlil siirl, luiyruveliieiit
NOTItll! Is lioroliy iflvon Ihul lueossod anil
provlnelul rcvciutu tuxo-for UDUnrouniv
'Iuu uml imynlile tit my .illl.-.., Ottoyood, ut llio j
fi.llotvtlin niton:
If juiid .... ur hef.iru mill. June:
(liui-liulf uf miu por conl, nn real property,
Tii-n por eont, on ivlld Innil,
On-tlilril ol one per cent., nn porsoiinl
proporty.
Oiio-I.alf nf ...ie per conl. on Income.
If [did un in'lift ur Isl .Inly;
Tivo-ttitiits nl nnu inn- conl on real property.
Two uml iinu-liiilf por oout. un .villi Iiind.
Otio-tinlf uf one  por eont.  on permin.il
property.
Tlirao-fourtlit) of une per cent, uu income
Provlnolal .-.-re tux, (3,00 per .'iiplla.
C, A. H. LAMIILY,
Aiuuihsi... nml (lolloelor
Hook Crook HI vision nf Yulo Llislricl.
O-myooti, H. (', I3U. .larmiiry. IS'.-.
SPOKANE FAILS
and
NORTHEBN RAILWAY
Nelson A FortSheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B. C.
Only through line to Nelton,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Dnily (except Sun.luy) l.etiveen (Spo-
kin,,* anil Norlhporl,
Trl-iveekly   l.etiveen   Northport   mill
Nelson,
(l'.)INO NOItTII (KIIXll HllWm
llflnu.m MARCUS 2.20 p. in,
On Tui-siliiys/riiurmliiVH, und Sill iii-ilnvK, Iriiin
ivill run tliniiiKliIn Nolsnu,nrrlvingrti.O.-lflp.m.,
inukini; i-Iiiho iinnncctii.n .villi Mm ulciinic,. Nol*
Hun fur Kiisln und all lake polnis, arriving nt
Kiwlnat t):IH, n.,„. snn„i ilayi.. Hetiinifng, pau-
HQIlgun. ..all leave luini polnti. anil Nelson un
-Ii.ii.Iil.rM, Weillli-ailavH and t'riilnys, arrll'lllgal
SpokWIO sjune diii.
PUMOngera for Kottlo Hlvor and Holllldi.rj'
(Ireek oomioct at MaroilB .villi uln^u DAILY.'
for THAU,  CHEEK   MINES conned
at at at at \it iltili,Si,H.ii'.iH.iH.iH.i
T,1 "S ft ft ft ft ',i ft ',i ',i ft ft ft
HiSiH.iH.iH.iH.iH.iHSH' at at at at
ft ft t,i 4,14,i 4,i 4,i t.n.l-tSTSi'Si'S
— nt
Northern*, will, slaue line daily.
for Nakuspfti.il Itovolntoku ennnocl at North
port wilh Innil Wed.msdavsantl Saturdays,
ttiujlall
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPO KANE   FALLS,
P. O. Pox 583. Washington
MARCUS and MIDWAY
S'FA.a-XS   X-IKTE
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
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SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XI.   JO.   MOBBISON.   X'Xt.CtlPXtXlE.'rOlR,.
BRICK Ai LIE
    HANUl'AOTUKBD AT   	
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PRAIRIE
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Al'I'I.Y To
J. WARD,
HllK'KI.AYI'lt AMI I'l.A-T.HKR
. EDWABD A. HAIN.
1. DEALER IN ..
Stationary,       School-Supplies,
-:-     Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL
Roti-rli Lumber
From #10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $16 to l|U8.
Por Tlinnsiml, r*—*-T* '■- -"    -        -..a.:.'"     T'~":-.a-_
METEOIIOLOGIOAI. REl'OllT.        - Grand Furks real estat
tat UP.   Ixiug 118'5U
Altitude, IMI feet ahovi' sea level.
Melting snow for week. .71 of anuwlie; rain, .0.1
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Max. Min
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  38 311
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  31 II
  31 23
  30 -8
  19 15
OOAL AID DISTRICT.
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Mr. A. T.  Bropliy  pussed  uut
Marcus   uud   pussibly   to   Butte   on
Saturday's stnu-e, I,,it is expected luiek
lu nlioul. a week or len days.
Mr. and Mrs. Folder of Grand Forks
pissed through Midway un Friday on
their way home from Oamp McKiuney, They will shortly open their
new hotel at Brand Forks.
Take a look at, your mining license
and note lhe dale of lhe expiration uf
the snme. I)..n't forget thnt. if the
license is allowed l(. run oul you forfeit
ull Interests held under It,
Messrs, 0. B. nnd P. B. Nelson have
opened their new store „t Carson, nnd
judging liy tlle large ainounl of freight
that is being hauled und stored upon
the new premises, this enterprising;
llrm en,ten,pla,es doing a very big.
liusiness the coming seasun.
Mr. P. B. Nelson paid a visit to Midway on Wednesday Inst, and reported
everything flourishing in the Grand
Prairie valley and every one expecting
il large influx of people, prospectors
nnd others, in the early spring.
On Wednesday lasl, Mr. Judson, who
has been here for a short lime iu connection with the Thompson and Fowler deal in mining properties, left on a
visit to Trail creek, wliere he luis gone
to l.e one of the witnesses to the starting of the new Trail smelter, After
upending a day or two there and inspecting everything of interest iu connection with the Institution, lit* will
again return to Midway,
Nothing pleasant cr ill lhe shape of
winter weather than Ihal we are experiencing at the present, time could
possibly lie conceived, ns the nights
are nol ton cold and llie days are
bright and sunny, with the very best
of sleighing prevailing, as a result of
the recent, full of snow. Tlin snowfall
iu the mountains is Sufficient at lhe
present time lo insure plenty of water
for mining purposes Ihe coining
summer,
For their own ns well ns for I he pub-
lie benefit, it is lo be hoped our business men will luke advantage of the
good sleighing now prevailing nnd lay [
in vast stores of goods, so thut the ens-:
turners mny teiip the ben,-lit ,if prices j
consequent upon llie.luiudlingof goods
upon sleighs, instead of the more expensive ini'th'od uf hauling upon i
wngons, When freigh; lias to be;
hauled such a longdi Inueeflnill puinls
of-lilpmeill, the mailer should .('reive
He will als,,
pay attention tu milling In tlle different
camps, and ilis geal. experience as
manager of some uf lhe largest properties in Mit„t„>,u will stand him iu good
stead he,,', uud „s such men uf experience are greatly needed in this districl, llle captain may lip looked upun
as quite un acquisition tu our ..lining
community. During the summer he
expects liis fumily lo join him.
Upon bis purchase ill Grand Forks he
intends erecting a large two-story
building, the lower part of which will
be used us a store an.l the upper portion us a public hull.
For some time past, it has been an
open secret that a new stage line
would he inaugurated in the country,
bul llie citizens of Midway were not
prepared fol suet, agmgeous lurn-out
ns made ils appearance on Wednesday
Insl, when ilie Grand Forks, Marcus
and Midway singe made ils lirst trip
I to low,,. They quite expected llle proprietors tii furnish Bouiellilngguud lu
I lhe way of u lurn-out, but. were hardly
prepared for lhe appearance of ii team
of beautifully eaprlsoned. four snow-
white horses, handled evidently by a
Veteran will, lhe lines, Therefore lhey
might be excused lbe ripple of excitement at ihe Hist appearance the now
sluge occasioned, Tlle line luis been
established by Messrs. Mm.ley k
Averill of Grand Forks, and will make
lii-weekly trips between Grand Forks
and Midway, uud will 1... run in conjunction wilh a daily stage between
Marcus and Grand Forks, llr. Averill,
the manager, came over the route on
Wednesday and made arrangements
for accommodation uud alsu solicited
public patronage.
Gould uur representatives have witnessed the colled ion of stage teams
Ihul drove Into Midway on Friday
lust, viz,, one four-horse stage from
Pi'liticlou (Miller), one four-horsestnge
from Grand Furks (Manley k Averill),
nnd nun two-horse stage from Marcus (.Morrison), all loaded down
with mail, passengers aud freight,
they I nighl thus have gotten a true
idea of tlie great, necessity of furbishing Ibis counlry wilh more than a
weekly ninil service, when lhe stump;
evidence wns presented to then, of
three different stuge lines plying their
trade and catering to the wants of ihe
district, the business of which is growing of greater Importance duy by day.
This stale of affairs presents the spec-
Inch, uf Iwo subscription services I Ull-
nillg lhrough llie counlry frum Midway to Marcus, in lhe face of the assurance given by the post.on.ee inspector Hint un iiitcrnufi,null mail service
wuuld he established, which was to
have come inlo effect on December of
lust year. It is about 1 inn- that the assurance wus ui-le.l upon.
THE MONARCH.
the nt I en! ion of good business men,
To break the monotony of lhe win- ■" Greenwood Camp Has Been Bonded for
ter, nn.l lo furnish a means of social
intercourse, as also in counteract tlie
effect of lhe bachelor club, lhe Indies
of Midway determined snme lime ago
to give a series of at homes. The
second of lliese enlei-laininciits was
held on Sal unlay night in Palmerston
bull, Mrs. I), Kerr lieing hostess. The
week previously Mrs. Lundy acted ill
thi'satne capacity, Ai each "f Ihese
receptions between 10 .mil 00 people
wure pres.ail, all (hoi-uglilyenjuylng
tlieinselves. Next Saturday 1 light Mrs.
Shutter and Mrs, Powers will be llie
entertainers,
meet; but my acquaintance in detail
with llu* oiher districts mentioned,
lends me lo lhe belief Ihal the author
quoted has been misinformed as to
what really constitutes lhe great bulk
and value of ores found in Southern
Yule. I refer to Yale especially because
I believe its greul urea will make ils
mineral resources of great Inipurtauce,
The paper referred In contains much
interesting matter, and this, together
with lhe fact of ils being apparently a
special edition, insures any statements
therein a wide distribution, I nu.
therefore prompted to partially refute
Mr. Harvey's generalizations, fur,
ul.roud, they may create a wrung Impression, which, so fnr us Southern
Yule is concerned, would lu, highly
prejudicial I.,, our Interests,
Ii is perfectly true that at Fairview,
at Oanip McKinney, and in lhe vicinity
of Nelson, frie-uiilling gold quarlz exisis, At the fonuer pin, e, us lule us a
yenrngo, several thousand tons were
crushed ,u good profit, under very Iry-
iuguud.lisudviinlitgrousriicuiuslt.u.-cs.
Thul bullion Is not now being produced
there Is nn fault either of (he ore nr
the natural conditions prevailing. Al
Camp McKinney a ten-stump ...ill bus
been in constant and eminently successful operation for over eighteen
months past, upon oies from the
Cariboo an.l Amelia pr.,perl ics. So
also huve the Nelson mines been productive, but il dues uot detract from
the respective merits of lliese several
localities lo spy thai Iheir ores should
not be considered a criterion either
inineralogiclly or financially of lhe
capabilities of fill,,ilka,nee,,, Osoyoos,
Anarchist Mountain, Boundary Creek
or tlle other numerous branches of
Kettle river, fur lhe milling ores nre
but an infinitesimal purl, whether iu
bulk or value, uf Ihose known to exisl
and hitherto supposed to Ih, smelling
ores.
Now, of course, opinions may differ,
between Mr. Harvey, either personally
or us a representative of lhe Cussel
Gold Extracting company (limited), on
the one band, and the various mining
and smelting men who huve act,,,:,lly
examined these localities, on theother,
as io the adaptability of our ores to
smelting process; but although there
is considerable variation in character
and grade iu these, if the product uf
the Hall mines and lhe great part of
those at Rossland is smelting iniilerial,
I hen alsu is lhe great bulk of ore found
at Boundary, Osoyoos, etc., adapted to
furnace treatment,
For the lieneflt of those not acquainted wilh the ores heieabnul, I
may suy that probably the great majority of prospects worked upon show
tlle ore to he a mixture of t In* various
sulphides (if iron, with copper pyrites,
all carrying gold and sliver. The
giiugue may he quurlz, rulcilc or lule,
wiih more or less specular hematite or
magnetite near lhe surface. Probably
many of these ores will ultimately require cnnccutrnlinn, and Ibe product
will be highly ferruginous and cupii-
feiuus,
The iunnedia'e vicinity of Buunilnry
creek is known to lie capable of affording much material which is almost if
A uiovemeut is ou fool to form u
rifle corps in Vernon. The movement
seems Io bea very popular oilrt and is
being energetically pushed forward by
Mr. Lowes, who has already obtained
n large number of young men on (l.e
list. We wish Mr. Lowes every success in his elf,irls.
As ii wus feared, there was considerable diflieully in gelling a euffl-
iienl nun,ber of candidates for tlie
election of mayor uud aldermen this
year. However we have nl Inst succeeded nnd our council now sluu.ls us
follows: F, A. Meyer, mayor, and W.
('. Pound. F. A. McGowan, Captain A.
0. Cirew, O, E. Mohr, and C, E, Cos.
lerlon, fur aldermen.
The Iirsl fancy dress carnival of the
season wus I,eld in Ihe skating link on
Thursday night. A large number of
skaters in eustume were uu the ice uud .
un excellent programme of music wus
furnished by llie bund, Son,cof llli
euslun.cs were very elegant aud il Wr
wilh greul difficulty lhe judges wei
nhle to decide which ones should IT-
reive llie p. izes. The Indies prize wns
awarded to Miss Cuuglilaii, whose ens.
Inn..' was a very handsome one. culled
"Ficelle"* Mr. Leslie llirnie ciplured
(lie gentlemen's prize in Il.e costuuie
BOUNDARY FALLS
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IAKES, M.D., C ,M.
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RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE KlVEIi
DIS1RICT.
OFFICE      :      ; BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Dillerem Stnge Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
Best Brniuls Liquors and Cigars    -    -    -    li-._ Stalilinp,
\ G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
    A GOOD STUCK III-'
l;.;:^,":' X^IBwiwta, -Silling, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete.
  ORDERS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Master Frank McGowan, us a Bar
risler, was awarded lhe boys' prize.
The prize fur the best sustained
character was given tu Mr. it. Hell,
who represented a French cuai'ili'ter
culled "Peirult." The costumes deserving special mention were Miss Ida
Birnie as S.in....er, Miss Elsie Mitchell
as Five 0'Clnck Ten, and Master Ken-
lu-tli Bum,cnl us Midship,,,un. The
new won,an wns there, represented by
Mr. Alex. Birnie, win, was attired in u
full ensl,line of bloomers, elc. The
hand is lo be congratulated upun tbe
success of their first carnival.
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF  .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
shirts, Fancy and Heavy,
UR RENDELL.
G. AR1
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GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Abb PLAOKH MINING CLAIMS .1X11
** Lua.cl.ol.ls legully hold in Il.e Osoyoos
Division uf Yulo Illsirlct um lnl.l over from 1 lie
Ist ilny uf November, 1803, tn tl.c 1st ilay of
Juno, DM, ('. A. II. LAJIIILV,
(lul.I -nmmbisionor,
Qovormnont Ctlllri', Osoyoos, 11. (',
.Illl. October, lstlj.
.....telies.'     IB-asimess.
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
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FOREIGN COMPANY.
"Companies Act," Part IV, and AmondlnB Acts |
OLD IRONSIDES MINING COMPANY (FOREIGN)
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MclHAVIJ
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IIEHEUY CKHTIKY llial I hare Ibis .lay
j t retiistia-eil lho "(Hil bunsiilcs Mining Com-
linny" It'orolgu) luiilcr llie "Companies Aa,,' i
Pari Iv," Hoglstrallon uf foreign Companies,"
and Amending A,as.
I   '1'ho head oltlco of lho said Company is siiu-j
in ilie sinto if'
The Montreal company, represented
liy F, (J. Iniii'S of Vancouver, und
whose representative here is Mr, Tur.
ner, is steadily adding to ils property
interests iu this sectiun, as only recently they bonded lhe Gold Drop in
the above-nained camp and have now j u«t(|uile within the range of dry ore
taken ll'uld of a sister claim- Ihe Moil- j There are quurlz with small (pnuilitie
arch—whicli lies parallel to the Gold of nine blende, galena, copper pyriles
Drop and is a south ensl extension of une or more Iron sulphides, nlong .villi
the Rawhide, which in ils li.ru isa arsenical, antiinnnial and telluric.coin-
south extension of Ihe great Snowshoe pounds, These ores arc invariably
claim. , high grade in silver and gold,
I   The Monarch, together with other I   If any uf Ihis or the prccci ding class,
On Friday Inst Mr. 0. B. Nelson re- claims, was loealed in ihe summer of | is better adapted "aaa rule" In either
reived his wife and Ihree daughters at I1893hy Messrs. llu.npluey and Keigblly ",„nalgun,aliiiu,cliliiri,i,iiionorcy,iuid-
Oarson, their new home,  Mr. Nelson, and has had considerable work done inn" wu have m'-ssed our calling,   If
who for some years has enjoyed I he upon It,   Early lust spring lhe claim  nut, could there he,( more happy cnn- oporito oo'otrlo llglil nnd power pialiU for tho I
,nil tib Hie City uf i-'iiuki
Wiisltin .ton, U s, ,t.
Then,''-.-aa fai- wliieli ilu oompan' a- esblb-
lisbcd ni-ii:'i'u work, uperalo, buy sell, lease,
incite, acquire pruouro, linlil, antl ileal in mini s,
nielli's, ami mineral claims uf ovory kind uml
descrlpllon within lhe tliittui] Stales nfj*tfr
Atuorlcaatxl Lho Province of llriiish Columbia,
Canada t to carry un ami iionilu.il a gonoral
mining, smelting, milling, ami reduction boat*
purchase, acquiro, buhl, creel, nn.l
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GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . ..
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AT TIIK URKKNVt'OOU BT0I1E, llOIXDAbY CHUKK, H. C,
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reputation of being oue of .Spokane's
most prosperous and progressive liusiness men, has built himself a fine store
at the above mined point, and will in
fill lire devote himself entirely to business there, as besides having ihese new
premises he is also interested in the
old Reservation Trading company's
business at Fourth of July creek. The
ciii.iuiH.liiius nature of lhe new build-
iug at Carson may be inferred from
was bonded In Mr. Largey, of Bulte.jdltion for the smelter than that whirl,
who allowed the hood lu expire, owing presenls lhe ores named Ineunjiinellon
to it refiiBiil of the owners lo allow nnl wiih llmeslone and aliuudanl wiiud,
extension to Ilie stipulated lime for
the further prospecting of the property, the work carried on having been,
it is snid, improperly directed.
The present, bond, or nil her bill of
sale, stipulates $l,2f') paid down at
lime of execution ol same
equal   inslulhneuls   to   I
wnler and mill, all mutually accessible
Samuel ti. Fowler, E. M.
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VEItNON NOTES.
the fact, lhat the portion fronting upon ! $-,760 each, upon the toll..wing dales:
the townsite will be used fur store pur-' August 1, November I, und January 1,
poses, while in the other section of the j IW. No debts are lo l.e allowed lo
building fronting towards the Kettle accumulate nguinsl lhe properly, and
river, a splendid suite of  rooms bar
been built which, when furnished, will
be occupied us a family residence,
Very encouraging reports urechen-
laled as to the showing of lhe Oold
Drop recently bonded by llie
Montreal syndicate, as It Is suid some
very Due ore is being brought to the
surface from the shaft ill wliieli de.
veloptuent work is being carried on. It
is ipiile likely the bonding of oilier
properties is lhe direct resull of the encouraging slate nfuffulrs iu lhe (Iold
lhop claim, ami il is lu l.e hoped (as it
is generally believed by those most
conversant with ores and claims of llie
camp! that Greenwood will never disappoint those who are fortunate
enough to be able to invest iu her
niines. All lhe development work car-
lied out iu the Boundary Creek camps,
with but, few exceptions in tlie past,
has been attended with very satisfactory results, and the future development of the niines may lai looked
forward lo with confidence,
Captain Hall of Butte, with Mr
Averill of Grand Forks, paid Midway
a visit, on Wednesday lust. (Inplnin
Hall, who intends spending llie summer iu this country nnd pe,Imps remain bete fnr guod, has entered int..
negotiations fnr tbe purchase of a Hue
piece of ranch property near Grand
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upun fnnn Ibis stipulation, lhe purchasers mc given n free In.nil lo prospect, develop and otherwise handle
ihe property ul their discretion,
Tlie method adopted  hy ilu, company of paying ul  least  it) per eenl.
upun  lhe purchase price commends
Itself lu lhe inine owners, as il shuns
a buna lule inlcntion on lhe part of
lhe investors tu curry mil Iheir contract.   No il.i.ilif ....... will be put lo
work Immediately developing the
properly, and lliere is every reason to
believe lhat the near future will lind
the claim a monarch in richness ns
now in name,
 4. 4	
A REPLY TO W. PELLEW-HARVEY.
Tu tho Editor nf Tun Aiivanoei
Slit,-In an iniiile entitled "Ore
Treatment, etc.," by Mr. W, P. Harvey of Vancouver, iu lhe December
number of the B. C. Mining Record, I
an. surprised al (hiding lhe following
sentencei "The ores found in the
Cariboo, Fnin iew, Iloundury, Osoyoos, Yale, Alburn), and some in Nel-
" son, however, are not adapted, as a
" rule, tu any smelting process, but
" rather lo milling as applied to nuni 1-
" gamatiiin, chlorination, and cyaiud*
" ing."
Having never visited Caribou nr Al*
herni, I am nut in a position to speak
■„..',,.,,,.,.   ■    i    Ai.   Hni'vey's "late-
Mr. E. Driscoll left on Friday's 'rain
uud three, on atrip to Ihe lower country, where
made uf lie will probably establish a harness
business at some point there.
Tlie lirst, ineeling of lhe Phuisanl
-•veiling club took place iu Cameron's
hall on Wednesday evening ihe lf.il,
insl. A large nun,bei were presenl
and a very enjoyable evening was
spent.
|iiii'[,usu uf milling nml IroftttHg ui-es, uml fin-
thopurpoBoof ftitnislilng light- nml creating
liawcr f.„. all mlrponosi to bofiil. buy, lease.
locale and buld -Holies, llun.es an.l water
rights; hiC01.slr.lct., lcasi', buy. sell, build,or
ulKii-iite rnilriHiils. ferries, tramways, or oilur
moans of transp irtaLtoii fm' transj tlngoroa,
mil.lngn.nl othor mnhiniil; tu own bond, buy,
sell, lensii and locate limber and timbor claims;
uml, finally, to do everythingconBtstcnbprnpcr,
nnil convenient mid roquhiHo fur lho carryb.g
mil nf Um objects find purposos aforesaid In lliu
fullest and In-iinib'st sense wiiliin tho territory
iifiircsaiil.
The capital slunk nf the -nid Couipnny Is uut.
million dollars, divided lulu um. inilllun stinr. s
uf tin- par value uf nno dollar each.
Glvon uiiilci- my hand nml seal nf ofUcout -
Victoria. Provlnoo of llrltl.li Culumbln, llils
nib day uf Docoinbor, 1KB,
,*-. Y.W00TT0N,
li      Registrar uf Jolnl Stuck Companies,
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL &. DOWNEY, Fhoprif.tors.
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, Oranye, Pinoapple, Vanilla,  Lemon,1
and Gum Syrups,
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 nnd other invoriiiation, address
ROBERT WOOD,
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
ireenwood < iii)', Boundary (!reek, l>. (
Or
apply to agents,
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A. 1). P.rkM.ii,     A. K. Sri tier,
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Spokane, Wash.     Vancouver, li
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Grand Prairie Hotel
i-Aitsox, Ki'-.n-u: nivi'ii, ii. ('.
Situate io tae Indiato Vicinity of tae Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
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S"b*a,B:<3
Huns llol 'v. '.'
Leaves Oram ,
Iiouves M Itvay I
GtOOXt   fe,.. .VCSIlS
sk
MnunFi- Runs.
PROPRIETORS. MANLEY .. u""ti'.i,.
(il(ANI) FOIII'S, MAHCUS AMI .MIDWAY
and   Express   -___Lx_.e
HiuulIIi'iuiil I'-.n-ksiluil''. leaving Marciwnn.l Urani! V > k - nl 7 u. m,
for Mlitwny. Momlnyg, WoiIiiotnlayH uml IVIfluys nl 7 ... ui.
.a .ml Korku anil Marciis,friies(lnys,piiurwlnysiu.' Kalunlnys, 7 >i. in.
EiiAsoivAi'i.i: MATns
__-*___•• _-_"_*»n|»
r'.tOIMIII'l'O'lS (IliAMi FORKS, 11. 0, A CARD.
To  the  Boundary  Creek  und
Kettle Hivcr Miners and Resl-
S. A. SHATFORD
-*-m.*-__m-__«'a_mmi
MINERAL PRODUCTION FOR 1895.
Tin* mineral prod nd fount I lie United
(Slaies during 1835 .vus nf finder vn Ine
limn that of ISH .nd hud It ,,... been     d_nts Genorni,y! Dry Good-   »:.-_«__.  H_CillilX©I-AT
fur great depression during tin? year I        ,. ,,-     , •* -«_i .» mm ••• hi    -_«i-*.~.u.   '-<kX__-._J._i_, Jf
ii  i   .    , ,i    i    "       ii   (■iii'iiTixii.-VAe  beg In inuke the ,rt, ,,*,,--.
ivi.ulil  have  been   irniillv  n.ere.is.'il. .   ,,   , , ,1 VERNON
,,,. .        . ?        ',      ,f announcement llml  IVO hnvo lipi'lmcl ^ '
,1,l.'ii,'nr,'. i„"t"h.'UnitedI NuirsZ-''l'. ff<,,l<!ral.8lw5 '"  "™ town of | The Only Store in the City that'Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods,
inn
Ihe
(IreeiHvniid un Boundary I'l-cck, where
linincnse assortment ivltl, nil tbo LalostTrlm-
IH.II uu,iiiniled li, Sp'M. 002,022, and        , ,      ,      ,  . ,,        '  .        iIM PiRITQCl PflOnt .ve biivc.... imi
, value nf lho -.„,„. lueinN fur 1896 ', "'" '"'"' ""  lm,,d '""' <l,"'*v amv,,« **!        UKt^ OUODS  Jfg g^g
i.niiiii.iiii. HSU-007mn   Thla.hnn,. 'urg" slnek of gun-mi uwr-linndise.     i |*\J MILLINERY B'"u*;«•"'"•'«;ccanploasoi......ao,vobavonii™to|assinllllnor,i.n-
u wilted to mmm   I hh -hows.    In Hil. .|h   i( sh(i|.e ,        ^";;'"... _ ™'f"*?" " T'- t-OMISOods otprloo. novor boforo hoardol
llll'iense  ..I   21.2  per cent, nnd it ,„,,„...„,. „ _„ f „„,, „„„„„«,,   ,,,,   , -, OUR   DRESSM '\ K F R has bad larso oxpcrlonce attbe business, anil a iicrfoct
nle ui. of Uu- following   nietiiUil g feeling confident that if "*-'lv rjj.\i.ojni.\i\r.i\ (U-inuirantoedprovldlngyou sond tbo rarrootme-suro
lined.
,,-    , ■ '"""IVI you will Mill'list lia with your favora,  Remember wo cam ovo-ylnlng Hat a lady requires, and ennsavo yon monoy if you send your
A'1" H".  uiilnnony,  copper,  gold,! J^ s||a|| |„, (.(|llil||v ,,ll(| uii'uunllv bene-       "nlml"m "end one to-day nn.l be convinced. T.KM8 Ciau VVlIB Okdwi.
pig Iron, lend, quicksilver, silver, zinc, j '■ '
—■  —. •.     —
COPPER.
!pi
'I he ,..aiiiu(,li,l,„|i|,.,. inislnek ill lhe vi"ml "s """• ""' H'.**' _»nerolly
I'niied Siaies mi January 1, 1806, wasP""ld """'" l"''f''r l'"1 i*'"-<™"i|)iiii
fSTfi Zvtri,^t;.Arms^ong Sash and Door Factory.
HIM lima, nnd ihis ndded to the pre- " msh [mi»' PW»-I<»"K ""' I'*.' »•'
 -li ,f Hi,* vear,  172,1X2 ninkean  K'""U U '''""•isl""1  with thia ayaleu,.
I,mil nf 208,-1-1 Ion-, which ivns dis   l'"<'liug--»"l.,l.'"l tlml. audi is the enae,
niseil of us follows, Kxpoi'lutoforelgn!"'1'1"'*"""^' """ "'' lwv" "'lnpl-d
ALL KINDS 01'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
STOVES! STOVES!
coiinlrlea, li:l.7X2:  domi'Mllr cuusuni,- ll,is ll"'li""1 "'' l,ol"K I'l**!"™**.  viz,   w  -,     ,      p„.    .
li, f Hie .iiuuirv.   I18..TO  ,, >il hm IV rush ,„■„-.„l„-„„| i„ doing   VVnt... k,. ttW-S to
huh, uc, Iiiiuil of 21,708 tons, "" »'e hclleve we nre iiclingln llio hc-j
Tbe iivei-nge pri, '||„. ml during i"l''r***tsnf,uir customers,
ilu- vei.rwiis 10.77 cents per pnund. A" '"•*l",,'li"M "f »ur alock mid _n
As,,  lu'iidiicer Miiuiiinn sliinds in '' ''*>'lls lu l""TS will convince nil
SEJ^K-^F .SiTS, .-' t VEEfiON LIVERY, FEES ANO SALE STABLESL
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, spade.*,, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
  goods, glassware.     All  the above roods will be sold
N. MW-LOD,
 Armstrong, b. c. CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
Bi'('ouil,05,000.   Wcaleiii Mining World "''■■'>'-V -v"iin nihriiced
.,.— us to rosier nud render iisslslunrc in
Hit-NT «F AMTIMS. J5JS.S-3 ~" .?S •-? T%£  G       Single dri
Thilli'king ynu  in  aHll,_>inlinn  tor      B,ox  si^ "' de" Q
your ninny fiivoia, lle reuuiln respect-      sired
Compiled In Alphabetical Form fully yours,
,,,.,. ,.     , ''■ WtHii) «i tv.
And  Intended  as a   Heady:   Greenwood, Boiiiidai-v Cri'ek.B. (J    I
■   ■    ■.'*..   -a':aK.*'-"V''%«>-
B<, uiivers
i    q    Double drivers .   .
Reference for the lla.s.v Ones
ARMSTRONG.
II, 1'i-ira U'lnstrong Hotel
N. Mi-Li-ml Simb iiiiii Iliiur Kili-liir.
\V I, I-iii-Kill,<-c.i
KEKIi* HK'O.,
BUTCHERS,
HORSES broken to
harness, and lior.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
i
D  Saddle horses   .
L
A      GENTLE.
I;;:;:;;::;:;1,-  MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS DEALER in hay and
BENVOULIN. and retai|.
II. Xlcliiilsnii     Bent-oullii Hulol     Moat dollverert at Hock Creok anil all llio 	
BOUNDARY   FALLS, Mining Camps. |      '«BIB,™«*r
T ",,nl-v- " -,i'1 ' '■■•"■ ,l'-' ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming attended
D     Double drivers
I    Single drivers   .
Ciirjcll. .1. .1	
Jakes. II. W	
KcrrUms	
ilclluivoll ami Xcli
llcnilell, 0. A..   .
R. D. Kerr,
Civil I'.UD-lncor  -■ Kerr,
..I'bj-stcinn und Siiivi'ini "	
 ,1JI""•,I|"■ :    NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
 Utlt-iUH-H .
5   Saddle Horses  .   .
W. GARDNER,
,,"""ral Mcre"""t|   Tondorsarocallo-lfn'tboeonstriicHonotiwol C0?NER Mission and
CARSON.                     Iil.volll.ufluuninsul Mblway.   Plans an I auoclli-       IroilSOIl Streets.
Cnrson Toii-nsllo C. E. Stuart, Agont I cntloiis muy bo sson „l Ibo Advanch olllco, or	
>iiiZo"z.utv:iiffliuto^^^  , %m .$m mmm mMmmnmmmm
. j. ARMSTRONG
VEKKOW, B.C.
E-fio3xelles   •&  Benouf, Ltd.
Tiotoi-lo,  B. O
AGBICULTUBAL IiCIIIIIT.
SOLK AGENTS b'OH
Brantford ® Binders ® and § Mowers
TIIK IIKST IX TIIKMAHKIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough,, Harrows be., &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C. F. Costerton, Jk.ggGXi.fi.
ft-
Vi. II. N'OIIIIIS,
Wuril,.I	
CAMP  M'KII.I-'EY
Sbalford&Co Oonoral Morchanl
FAIRVIEW. ,„- „,,„„,,,,„..
llnlrymplr, W Oonoral Hlacksinllb   ,	
Klliui.T ncncrnl Morclinnt
N,iin-i„,0.0 Uiildon (laicHntol        AGENT  WANTED.
Kbalfo.il & I'u Ocucr.il.Mi relinnls i
Si.roule, li. fl General Hlncksuiltb
Agent Mlil.vayTiiivnslloCn.   \W      Sit
in life
 : ft,-.
■± ok ft ft iii-
m
>iv"        + |i
"IP
i
Sbcobau.flcoi'goJ  Kalrvlo,.-Hotel ''»'" »'l.o .vants lo make mo.vev to soil     1
GREENWOOD Hidden Mines and How to Find Them W?
"'"'"'•"■f1'" v"'"m] Moreh»„l.| BY w, TH0S  NEWMAN,
GrucniviimJ To.nislto II. Woo.1, Agent vjs
fBAWn   cnDI/o Tills book soils ilsoH-dcsorlbos uvijiiv oiie n,'
(jnAINU   l-UKftO andMisuu.ito(vnluo to onmniorco.Includf--
Miller, M   ..         .. .Kottlo Hivcr Sh_o Lino a cms und rin-icioi'S sto.vms and tolls Iiu iv
MIDWAY
W la. &    r.u.'i ia. x» ol
I
I
gig i Railway, Mining and Agricultural I
A.-iiiii.viio.tAv.i-ii. ..,,.,„, _li;goS !S,:S',,,.1« I PAfifm nf flip K"pff1p RJ-trpi- ''
tsitni-wn,& k         . ...sawmiii „,,,< sohl ln BrI,4,.,,,,,„„,in witiioni nn,- *       Lentre oi tne xvettie Kiver
'.'FLOWNA agenu.,  Voces ml.. . rnocfuxu rioiit .in
Country.
..-'■(■nlK.    Vlir ,','N  ML,,   I   7'IIOL'fl.lSII RIOIIT III
. ,iil;  ii'H-HK voc live.  Liboral commission to live iii?
LequimeK Lloyd-Jmics Implonioiil Agents agonls.  Wrllenssoiv, Sn
l,oi]tilnio llros,,** Cn General Moi*eli,iuis     i'rleo by innil, .1.5!) cloth : 82,00 Icnllicr, Ad- iff
l.i.-i|iiiini'. L Okaungaii Sawmill clr08* Tin: M. Hiiiiei.s I'i,,. ( »., £
ul \uilngM., Tnnmlii, Out. *|
LADNERS
Hutcbowou, K
Muriuiil, I
Cn-) ell. .I.A	
(loess, flurry A....
Unas.,I, A	
Ilaln, Kdwarit A  .
Ingrlm, M	
Ki-r Ilrus	
Lr.,uiinc i; I'lnvcis
McNIcul, .1
McAulay & Lundy
Mi-iiuir. I.	
Norris, w. 11     .
Heed..I. W	
''• Mamini..! .Nurseryin  kjotICI" ts horoby glvon that, tlilrtv dayslft*       T T^ tn .     ,        *■
LUml   „ „ Ji'iiniiilfnitf^LSfeSl   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
'■'■■•.■:l'.-:-.-.-!'a"        " '   ' aiidworksforaltconapto.. ml curry ni  fl
Residents.
FOH I'AHTiCULAHS APPLY TO
W.H.NORRIS cm R.C.ADAMS,
Midway, B, C. Montreal, V. Q.
UUY mim-i     iiiiiii    lii_    i.iil'MIIII^    ,||'.*.|IIHi|     I.IIKI**,, -n~
flvll i--„„i,„..,. si""11'''" HioOsnyoositlvtsfon nf Vnlodlstrlol i W
 ((..Il-.n- or    Commencing at a pnsl .aiimueil ,.,, u„. wesl JS
 Vssaycr bank uf Ruununry creek, abnut ono mllo south fl'*
 Mining Kugincer,,!f"rci'inv.H«l( iiy. nnil.; Ingln a soulborly ||2
.i,.ii,..„... i,*i,. dlroollon ono mllo an.l a half, ll.on cnstlmlo, '_
.....    . si,iii,i„.|, hi,. „„„„„,. miK „„.„ east ono mllo, then sfe
I*..ml nnd Llvory Stable i-tli J inilo. tlion .resl li miles iu place of lie-     *
 Iluichcrs (finning, containing E00 acresi ids., common.- tr
s„„.„,ii   bw.ui. nasi un il.i'sinul, l.imk nf Tu-lnorook, !
.."" "I"1 ntolgbly roils ens, uf Ihu tinvn nf .l.-cen- IJ
General Morchanl.  wond, u,„I running in uu caslorly conrso im
Houndury Hoi
.iiiis.ilii.il iiin-ili Ilicbalns.thenivostWo
..jii.ick-niitii !!:™-;,!il!:5lfcll!v s&,H"'*'mi *
llii-n-niilii .'iii'liiiinsni iiu. iiiiiii,ui lamiiiiniiiii,..
..Agcnl Midway roivnslto mont,containing2110acres.
Watchmaker nml Joivolcr    H lary Fulls. .lanuary 15th, IHU,        i.i   ,.
PENTICTON
Sproulo, A.ll Kxin-css nnd singe lino NT'lTU'lai*. l.'..;''b.v icven thai 31 days from  2
.,..„.,„... , ,, ,,„rii„„i IN   dato I, William Powers, Intend Inappy ill
Ibiirbnr,,!   ....     I'e. ton llolel to Ibo Chief Cnmnilsslonornf Lands, Works
Walker, II... I'onllelun Livery anil SaloSlablo fum llconse in em and carry away limber f
mam
■
Hs.    m
"v   mi
mmm
If     St,
ft    ft
i
if
■li     \f
1      i:
i
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
w
: FLOUR : _ :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oat-neat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
ff        All kinds of Summer Drinks.
iCorner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
! BOUNDARY HOTEL
iii.
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Accommodation.   Good St'ihling,  Terminus
from Milieus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First (lluss Accommodation.   Good St'ihling,  Terminus of Sluge Une
from Milieus, Washington.
, iiiiv.i, ,,..,   , .-.in, ... ii i.n . i.i uiui .- um .-iiiiii,.    i.>I it ini'ii-' i.i .-in nn.l laii'i'i ii'.inv [Itiilii'I'lai,in      -, a* r.1 ■
ROCK   CREEK fcyoo-wSotttdo iKcr'"'1'0''  lift.*.-.: i -." !        .-:'..:-.,
Iltcndrlgl,, II. Hack Crook Holol    SSoiidngntn"ml sol In the south haul; W™***8'*1    ' "' '    "'   »Wi»Ii*i
cpnKi"JI-' of lloundnry creek. I   miles from Ha n.nnili
oriiKP.iiL. ,1,,,,,,. wl |j miles, llicnccsniith I mile, ll,,.„c„
IJonoirayskMcAviney.     Nursery no-i ll miles,thonco iuu-iI, I mill, tupulntuf
Hpukuno fulls and Xorlhirn Hallway  commonceincnl, containing » acres, mor •
VERNON "Midway, II. C- Iloccmbci III, ISO,*,.
Armslrung, W. ,1   .   .     Ilni-ivaroMorclinnt\sr___:—~r: 	
IlilllntP*. I'Vod    Rnrrlstor   KTOTICK 18 IIIIIIEHY OIVKXIImlumitl-n.
('..mpbi'll Ilrus Kuniilun   IN   lion will bo made lo Ihu Lcglslaihe As.
I..ilu , IV. SI    Hiillcltnr sc.nblv of Hriilsh (...lumliln,... I
tm-an iii-i  Ui iiii-iiiii-ii'iii.. n ci
Tie Kettle Bivee Step Liei
VirTDR1A HDTFI     "'""""»—■tte "»"■a0UTE
V  -iWy A   v'*.'i-„„_.l     ,i.Z.\jf 3, „^Ju< Between 11-
VERNON, B. C.
Betwv.8ii GRAND FORKS and PENTICTf N
inirpiisu i.i coiwli'iiull,
Leave! Pi to. ioton on Timrsdaya at, 6 n. m., arriving at Grand r'ol-s
v.,   •'" 1";'<"*-•*. ,*-■(-," o     HA ITI  TZTVTTTrj     r. on FridayB, at 6 p. m
1Y3 U i. r h V & r a U LKJN ER,. Props.
Good Stl 'Sn. ■.
Criiivnll, T. K Ciinlruclor.uul Hiillder
Cuslorlnn, ('. V     .Cunimisstoii and Insiiranec  lugilucp
Cnryi'll..1 A        Civil Engineer: I1"™. "/ oxplorliirf for, ilisau   bu.  i,   king
Cnslcrl (.', K.      im i-siiiniiiiilliisiii-iiiii-i. S°iatc\,abKl u.|nsl'e.E nr 'mI "'" '   '
l)„nal,Is....„l.8     ..    ..thcnlstanillirugglsl   lllslrlclsofKiustiuiini'csf, nny. V:■ -,..,',I   «0   ': 1        ■      -r   _Xp6115e     Oai'Oti    tO   Make   GUBStS   Conitbl'table.
iiiu'dner, w.   .. i.ivery rood ami sue ni. !,;,',,|'l|.";l'.';,i; !.llll'.,l;'l':',li"";;'' ,|::'11-1' ''i''""1 • ■■   otlj First !kss and Charges Moderate,
"""' """ ''ni'u"     i''i".u'mul Eood sueh inu'posos,m..l fur coiiccilng tnlis'•n.ii'u. Best Brands Li ie    md. rars
.!iii-i|iii--, r. I, Watcliiuakor and .Icwclor usonfaiiehlunniils ,„. .voi-ldng* by iiuyutbcr  .  '. -.   V.. ..
Ki-rliv. Kiirlu--M ,. Civil K'ngiiicii,.  nci-nniiKor ci,ui|..,nlc   cngay     In iulnliij nml
;„in,;,,-,,i   c «,:., iftl-r'r;;;:n:;:ict:;:'■:,."■ , >   ,-       .okb©. iz. e3P-e.oxTi_j__,
it'Si'w"., "^iS™"STIK.-.iriW-^TS-i-^S3?l£v'T       '     ,,  ; BUCK WITH   i'.-ft      ■'-....
iiyer, F. .i v„r v  ,ift,- ZJiy;!'^^'ffly.,:." '""" ' ESHOEUNG  AND  GENERAL  H_{'A!R8NG. .   .   .
Murphy ami I'.iulk • Vloliiilu lluicl ... t;. I,i',l|!a,i:1 , ■
vieiiniioHnmliioirmi  .   ixriiiiiiiiimii    "■ tiip'icimi, Feed Stable Run in Conneotlon With Hotel. W ,1  MFAKIM
ii Nail uml l.iiunl.. S.iiln Wider Wurks    "V '  U"   lvl[-T^",l
H-ml-ml I''" Oonoral Morehnnl MINERAL ACT.
a-liii.fni-il, 8. ,1 In-yfl l.-iuiii .Mllllnon ..... 	
£3u    SKJSS''""'" ' ' GOLDEN GATE HOTEL'
u-.ignn. A.I) .  .       .  I'bnlngraijher Sfoa'tO-*. G, O, SHUKSON, Preij).
MISCELLANEOUS _,..T!" |;"';1.'.1 :,.''k.,HN,llsl;".:-''■|U- PAiBVrEvV, n.c.
'     " ' .■•)';.> AllC'JKMOiiATiON - - GOOD STABLING
e, .    ■    ,nd Forks, on Tuesdays at G t. rn., arriving at Pentioton
.- Wedm sd .--.       6p,m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGE.) REASONABLE.
..  Ull i I  R, 1 '.-ni).. Gran- Forks, ll.C
iH-M-lTK'E-J^iroL./Jl-iI IrttmVfji, MM-MM
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B, C.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-  -   -   VERNON, B C,   -   -   -
- -  - - PROPRIETOR
THIS  IIUTI'II. N I') bi I).-(  NO  SI'IOCIAI, K l'li'l J.MMI'IN DAT10.1N"
tUf  (.'il-Hl-l-llll-H   Al lllllllll.'ll ill..   III    till"   Sll'IIOKHlH   .1 ,11 ,('t ill..    HoilHP.Trt
.-'i,mil.,  in U'lillliiulnii Camp, h'ollln Illycr
Shcrbrookc. Que       Mining DIvW I Yale W irlcl. H.i
Mnr'fn Hro Arms ( u Smv Haven, Con , rpMiK stnit'K tliat I. W. .1   i     ,
SI ..-.'iioii. ii. I'.     ..Marcusand Mldways.agc    1   miner's eoi'lHlcute N'u. a :.
, | days fi ijicilalolioronf, Innini', a, ,
Cotumisstnncr I'n-n cjrll enteni linp*- a
f „■ tin1 purp.ise uf uhlalidng i,   . .a
the abuve c'atm.
And furlbcr lake null i
ounty Court NotieejJ5CSffi
Stopping Pines for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
G-OXSTO  SOUTH
wili leave Pciiticton   7 a.m. every Tuesday, Thursday  and
aturday, arriving at Pairview 1 p. 111., and Oro, Washington,
aiiiingf. nf Ibo County Court nf Yalo will be
h il-lrn ns (nlfnws:
t'.t (Jta.y.ins o , ,M(I id 1;.. |-'i Mny, "ISIMI,
tmplc ,a
t tnlouk Inlo ibis.
1 ..lib
in*" ■'.■■'. pun-    . - .    '
whi.in in- niiri ihe same eveniny;
icn will Und Ihis h
liil leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. ,11., Mondays, Wednesdays
th
t.: iiiiiyuut. 11 1  .1111 in 1;.,  ,-i ...uy,   ._;,,,,    ,'i   ]., ■  'iiii-. >n n,.|, i\||1i us, .'-an-i. isii -,-}i,]Jv- i ,   , . '      .      . --<•-- -,---.      ....*...,
m .Mhi*v..y... wi..i.io«.iii.v,.hi. si,-..,-,. •,!..; ^J1,^'!' f™,', ™|011™' Semi pnsiai io and 1'Vidays, reaching Fairview at  11 a. 111., connecting wit
■t 1U0 iiour uf cloven o'clock in iho foroiinon. i       '   " "rfjrTOi?UjiS*\vri.i.w_Tni;,   ; SS. Aberdeen and S, & 0. and C. P, Railways.
|a r.iiiiiannd. (. A. II. I.AMII.V, Proprto orsof "c'mvl.HI Nnnwrlm.   ,
(la. eminent OfDm, Oooyo
-'a.. I'i'i. Uli.
UrgosI inllio i.'iininii.ii -Over 700 acres,'
llond olllco, Toronto. Out.i brandies, Chicago I
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Trees Free from Pests."
1'IU-IT  AND ORNAMBNTAI, TRKES, PLANTS AND VINK8,
Send for Free Catalogue.       F. Hutcherson, Manager.
BAMS  HOED.   HOTEL.
LUMBV, B. (J.
First-Clans Ai'commoildtion for (Jiiosl-, Good Hunting and Fisliing
.Stages to Vernon und Blue Springs,
Iio-ais 1M_.03PE_iXi.-d, Prop,

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