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 THE ADVANCE.
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Vol. VI, No. 2.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
T> W. JAKES, M. 11., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. Ml.
VKItNON, II. I.
fuATB OK
St. Thomas Hospital,
lAlNIION, I'lXII.
r\R. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. MoLEOD,
Baiikihtkr, Soi.ioitiiii, Etc.
Anaconda, II. 0,
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND 80LIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
N O T A K Y P U B LIO, HI '1' O.
Vbiinon. 11. C.
J    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Aoenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
OttAND   FORKS       ...   B.   C
PORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A. M.O.8.C.E.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B. 0.
/-.HAS. E. COSTERTON,
VBIINON, II. 0
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A, CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Distriet and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Milium Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
■J.  C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C,
O. A. OUKSS, M. A. II. A. Ilruss, M. A
GUESS BROS.
Chemists .and Assayers
Thfirouir.ily familiar willi Fftirvlow ami
Boundary Creek Mineral Properties. Proper*
ties Kxamined. Aksiijji ami Analyses of Oroa
Fucln, Klc.
HUDSON'S BAY
COLUMBIA ANII WESTERN LAND ORANT,  company visit llu- lump nnil lie sails'
  ! tied  iis iii ils possibilities  under   a
"Whon llio C inlilii nud WosUirn pmjocl  juaU-it)tis expenditure uf capital,  in.
una Hist iifiinjfiii iiiihi'iiiii'iiiiuii'if Ihogovorn*
ilnulil lin* near I'm urn ivill again see
llu- Htrnlliyre coinpiiny pursuing un
1670.
J. McNICOLf^
Dealer in
Grezrea?*a.l  BiXei-'cli.a.xi.di.se.
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
PoWDEB MAllAZINE AT ANACONDA,
Mail Orders Solicited. Ms Delivered
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C.
\V. (I.  lll'IYWllllll.
W. I,. Leonard,
WHOLESALE   AND
Retail Dealers in dry
4.4	
J.   II.  I1R0WNLEE   INTERVIEWED.
iiiont. llr. Ilciiizi-. liicrhiif tirouioler, assured
Milan llml nil thoy wnuleil ivuh a charier—no
grants or subsidies of any kind, tin' whal ivus: active pulley, uml one ivhich ivill l.e a
established ""' nnlamal Xn sooner tins ihc ohartor oh' I l„.ni.||i uul only lo themselves Iuu to
tiiln.-il iluin nn application ivas iiiodo (oro land , i ...,„...
grant. Tin' government was anxious in hco]
t'lnl nul,vii.v Iniill, nml llu- grunt of lund wn"
iiiiulc."
Nn nays Chief Uoiumissiniier .M.iiiiu,
,n suyseveryone, lhe granl nfliiuil ivns
iiiiuli'.   Thnt furl Is pulciil uml needs
nn  , - x | > 1. 111111 iiiii. Imi  In cliicidiilc Ihc
! u'orkiiiK of llu-ucl iihali authorized
goods,   boots  and   shoes, the (mulling of n eerliiin Innil subsidy
Special Attention
PAID to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable -roods
kept on hand..
A.   TKIAL   SOLICITED.
s ay Co,, Vernon,. ]
I*.   O.   Hot,   64.
10TEL PENTICTON
FANCY GOODS..
Gltissware and Crockery,
Soho'ol Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing1 Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptouix Fire Ins-no.
♦♦♦*>
£0. A. HAIN  -  MIDWAY, B. C.
Iloywjotl & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stave Connections at Penticton
With Steamer Aberdeen fm Pnlrviuw, Osoyoos, nnil Orovllle, Wiisli. Also
Ciiiii|i McKinney. ltock (liuck, Mldivny, Boundary Falls, Aniicniulii, Grtctiwood
Olty, Carson, llr.iinl Porks nml points in Washington,
midway, a- c.
OKBGNWOOD, 11. 0,
II. UlRllETT. II. T. uonosoN
BOUNDARY   l.KKl'IK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Grfeonw.mil City, II. I.'.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties,   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH  k .Mel.HOD, I'ikii'kihtiuis
•BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds offanctory
work kept in stock and mule to order. Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty, All kinds of Lumber, Lath antl
Shingles kept in stock.   Best material always in stock,
Mi-nl ilollverod nl ltock Crook nml nil uu-
Sawmill on OKAMAOAN  Lakh, Handy to Niiiimiknt.  n.isii  and Ilium 5""'"k'11 "'
Factory on ii. I'. II., Vernon, J. Kerr.
,1. II. Browulee, I'. I,. S.. und lnuii uf
llu- hunt big parly uf lliu proposed lllllll'll y fiuiii Vnncoiiver in Uiihsoii, tvus
iiili'rii.'.vcil ut I'l'iiiictoii ii feu days
ago by ii tepreseiiliillvu nf Tun An-
VAStK. mul iniiny luloresl inn '||l''H
were gleaned ns a result thereof, Upon
hetug questioned lis lu whether tliu.ii
proiuol ing t lie scheme u ere endeavor-
ing only to secure u cluirtcr fur the
piupiisc nf buttering ii ..If iignlu in
some ollii-r t'oinpiiiiy, or wli.ihi-i i In*
promoters were prepared In build llie
riinil if tin* chnrler is iil.lainnl. .Mr.
Browulee iiiiiiuuteil ib.it I he funds for
iin*I'liusii'iiciiuu uf ilu* roud tvere ul**
ri-iidy iissiircil, if llu- ctilullllulls ina
posed by those subscribing ihe inuney
could be couipllcd with, viz., lhe locn-
Iinli nf tin* liiia over such u route as
ivould iieuessilule uulhiugiiverii2per
cent, guide, and the cosl uf constiuc-
tion not In exceed u stipulated sum
per milt*.   This lad up lo Ihe question
us lu i tc taken,  mul again  Mr,
Browulee gave ilu- iissiinitit-u flint so
fnr un difficulty lind been experienced
III Incut llli? il line ivilh nn easy grade
uver Ihose pi.rl.iuus uf the route generally considered iirtceessllile In n railway, such as ihc c.iiinliv lying around
Hope iiioiuiliilu, Biiuudiiry uiuiilitiiili,
mid ihul porllun In i ivfi-ii t'liiisiiiia
lake mid the (Jullinihlil river. A greater
ililllcully uns being oxperiunreil, be
snid, iu II ml iug u feiisllilegt'iidulietiveeli
I hu Okiiiiiigiin llllll Kelt In river i.alleys
iluin upun nny pin 1 inn nf lhe liua yel
surveyed, Trial lines were being run
up McLean creek mid llml piissseeiuod
tnull'erthe iii.isl cuuvci.ieiil I'tiuleover
lbe inniinlnin dividing llu- illiuve Vill-
li'VS. Should such be fnllliil In In*
satisfactory, a move ll lllllll I.l- III nine
llllllli' tn lli>].1- ilinl lbe laying Oil! nf
thu route helueeii that town llllll llie
eons! proceeded uiih. Asked ns to
the possibility uf the linn lunching the
dilTl'l'.'III puillls nf inleiesl   iilieaily ea-
l.iblisbed iu lhe llislricl I In.mail whirl)
il uiiuld puss, Mr, lltiiiuth-e suid ipiile
likely snine uf llie milling camps ivnulil
nnllii' hroiighl directly in loiteh ivllIt
Ihe railway, bin us the country tvus
une nf such greal  promise, uml new
ciiiiips wen* springing Into life iilinusl
every ilny, uu diitibl  Ilia building nf
ibe railwny   would   erenle I hailing
towns lllld iicllve mining rumps III llle
nt present mil uf the way |.luces,which
ivnulil he equally if mil  nf gienlei Import mire Iluin Ihc existing..lies.   Tli il
lhe rniltniy would ben paying conn-in
j be snid be (-imi,! nni il nil'i. itfter tvit-
; uesslug Ilia ..i.'l sl,.res of pni'linlly de-
I veliipeil uml di-veloped iiiinernl weiillh
j Ihal  exists lllong It-. .-1,1 it.- nulla 11-
I I ween Hope uinl Ilia I'olllinbiii, lus.iy
Alllioiigh ll. is quite possible some of I uutlilnguf the greul iiiuiiiiul i.f Irnlllr
Ihc bunds un lhe lurge prnperties in   llml ivould an ine nan hium-i-iii-iiic nf
Ihe abuve eauip mny mil he lukeu up, bringing I he.mining ciimps nf lhe in*
yel is there every prospect uf the ueiir tei-inr ill I ai-li .villi lhe cn.asl, nnil die
future witnessing u rem-mi! of active volleys of the Okiiiiiigiin .ami Friiscr.
mining operations, lu fact Ihese tipera- In linich wilh n uuirkel whieh wuuitl
lions huve a bendy ht-giin, judging from consume all lhe surplus jinn luce lhey
rcpnrls iiiiule by ihc blasting of ruck  could produce fur ninny vent-. In i	
on the claims now under develupiiienl, i . o <
nud verbal reports us lu the formation B. c. vhnison.
of companies,; having fur their ohjecl
the ucquhiiinn uml development   uf
ul her cliiiins,   Recenlly several of the
smaller claims have changed bunds, in Brilisli lliihiiiihiii by Ainericnii In-
ivhleh is soinmvhiil encotirnglng, mid illmis. Purs years pusl ii hus 'ii-i-ii
besides a few days ago lhe cuuip wits the practice nf llio Indians living iieur
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS  iisii,-,l by  a   pany   Interested iu the   tbe iiileiu.itii.ii.il line I,, iiinke  perl-
Strathyre company, iu lhe pern -I  odleal vlslls Inlo British ('olniuhiii Ier*
Air, lluiiiiiiuiiil whu, Iiigeflier willi his ritory for lhe purpose of slaughtering
expert, inn.leu juan-hlng examination Ullli carrying away u large I I
nf ihe  Bruwii  Hear inine. alsu ilm deer, Iherehy replenishing Iheir own
R. D, KERR, quart/, mill nud nllii-r prnperly uwued  larders ami depli-ilng  ihe larders uf
hv lhe company,   .Mr. IJiiiiiiiiuiid cuiiic  those to whoin llle game lieliings, vl/„,
* -    ■ . ,. . .     .
groceries and  provisions, lo the above rallwar.ll will be iieees-
u-ii.,.1- liquors and cigars.r"'y'"tefvt '" """" "' ''" !"rli""N
and sec how lhey are being Interpreted
ly lhe giiverniueiit nl lhe presenl
liuie. Seelion 11 uflhu act says i "All
agricultural lund Included I herein shall
be open for purchase or pre-emption
by uny person nr persons, upon similar
terms In llu ise provided fur the acquisition of crown lauds by Ihc Lard Acl
Auieniliui.nl Acl, 1831, ur pre-empt ion
under the lllllll lints nf Ihepruiince."
Turning lu ihe Acl uf 18111, il uill he
seen Ibnl pursuiis desirous of purchasing unreserved, tiuucctipied und 1111-
sitrveyed crown lauds, musl observe
cei'liiin rules und regulations us loud-
verllsiiig their inletitiun in purchase,
survey nf laud, elc, ibe clussillcuMnii
uf llu* laud being li'I'i iii ihe surveyor,
and tu consist of Iirsl, second uml ihiiii
ur pastoral laud,
.Ami here lies the hone of ('(intention
between tliu giivermiienl mi llie tine
Iniiul mul iniiny individuals uliu are
desirous of puri-liiising laud cuul allied
j uilliin llie urea embraced l.y lbe grant
lu ilu- above railway, Tin- government
conn-nil thai us ibe words "piistoral
lauds" were lel'l mil uf secliun 11 of ihe
net grunting ihe land subsidy in Ihe
Columbia nnil Weslern railway, there-
fine lhey have no right in dispose uf
lhe third class m pustond hinds coii-
lllluetl ivilhin ibetrani.
Tu arrive nt a butter understanding
of the mullet- ii uin be necessary lo
link a leu questions, whicli niny perhaps l.e aiistienil by lin- chief coin-
iiiissiiiuer, Assistant Commissioner
Gore or some oilier meiuhei' of llie
giivi'i'iimeiit til present ...aming utitler
llie Ileinze hypiuipllc ii.llueiiiel
I. Was il the  illll'llli.lll nf 111'- fill III-
ers uf the nd In I'xchl.h' t purchiise
for u lerni of fuur ycais all lhe l.nul-
(O)      (#)      fSjIwltlllli lb'' grant   Ibnl   ruilld   nol be
1 cliissilleil asiigiii'iiliiirnl Innil-? or
% Were the words "pastoral lands"
iininlenliuniilly left mil i.f section 11 i.f
the uel I-
II. Ate the ufllcials uf llle gllVel'll'
uiiint taking advantage of what ibey
consider u Haw iu lhe net In reserve
fnr lhe railway company cerliiiu lands
{supposed) in contain e.uil?
4. lines .Mr. II.-im*..* own I he govern
inenl, ur dues lbe hinds uf llie province
belong lo the  people  of liiilish Uu*
innlii.i :-
i^.Mjt.jaM.w. mi, "j—.
®     ®
Thoilffli do nut full In take iiilvanliitf.'"f
lliis rathev Ilmi tod opportunity, unit
havo your Photo taken wliilc you havo
ilutl opportunity cf iibiaininga true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly Itnifihod picture, .1. It.
Stormorisa proflcioiit workman in his
productions nf art, and guarantees por
feet satisfaction. Calilncls only $.1.00,
California Uallery, Midway, ]
FAIRVIEW   CAMP.
A mill Ier Ihal -I. ail.I lie looked iulu
by llle aiilhiiriii's is lhe killing nf deer
TTof»7«CK,0MS M AI N UA N D "n U R SE R Y ' 0 0 M P A N Y     ^.ow^^.o.
DlHtflelt). I'm* Suit'Am
at
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Alta Vista Fruit RanchK?»£!—■ '""' ^■■^^■^^:
W. DAMlYMPIil!
GeiievBl    Bl,io.lKF..»ial-4.1»
FAIUVIKW, II. 0,
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Hiiia.cslini:iiii:  n
Specialty.
J. W. ^EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    0H-2111
P. ti. JAOQUKB,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VBIINON,'B. II
Commercial Job Printing.
'TIIH AHVANdK.'
■**»**»^Mi«ifc««»Jsr»^»*J!un».
Our Specialties -Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMENTAL TRKES,   PLANTS ANI)  VINES,
Send for Free Catalogue,   |   F. Hutcherson, Manager.
| APPLES
| PEARS
I PLUMS
T,1
Hi il'ili:li.atat Kit at at Kit
Ilia    Mlilllltle   operations lll.Vl'   IIUl    been    illlerl'i'li'll
cumpaiiy, wished  In see  fur hlinsell   uiih nml their dnpreiliillulls ehecki'd
mid  judge  as  In lhe reilson of  the  In lhe pasl, uiny beiliTiiilllli'd fill fliilli
coiiipiiny liavlnususpendeduperiilInns,  ilm fael thai limy enine in"- lhe hue
nlicr spending n large sum nf uniiiey  lu mil of the Wnv places, iiiiiI hyse.i
inlhepiirchiue.il' claims, llle ered mu   Ing ulweure eaiuphig gioiimls  in ll,
niil .-Inn. ]i iniil nn. I  II   pill li.il i|ele]i.|i-' bills,   gi.e   little   llllltl'lll Illll   of   lll"ll
 ill of iheir propciiy.   Judging from ' presence.    Thai   limy  have eii-	
n free expression of upiiiinii iiiiered liy . cenlly eoininllli'd lliesi' di-preilnllniH
Mr, lliiiniiiniiil '..hilsl in llie camp, il could be nllt-sled In l.y innny. nml ihis
would seem lliiil tlle greal mlslake uf being I lie ease, snme uieiins hIkwI.I In*
Llu- Nl i nl I, vi<. has mil  heeu Hie over devised to reslrniil them in ilm I'm mc.
W'^-f5i*">i^-'Jl?WW?l??i? ii,,, ||„. underexi Ill-ire of cupllnl.im
ill'   soon   Ihc   gum,'   p.' ales  of   Ilia
counlry will be iu ns deplcleil a run-
dillott ns Ihosi across lhe line, which
even now are not able lo nlfni-d a sulli-
MARCUSan dMID WAY |*m**-
ST^OB LIBra      Minorea and Leghorn H^™5
fl .' lie I'm* 1'rlccs I..'llfll-r going over llle llluwn Belli lliin
J          I             DDI   ntJ   A    11    ' he Ilea,line  salislieil   llllll   nil I lie llllill
.      L.      r K I U H A M, ' led was deVBlntlllieiil  in ilcplli l.
sliuiv tlml ii is a really valuable prop* j clenl auiniuil of game in satisfy
OH}' und capable of lieing turned inlo , lhe aborigines of the rmititi-y
ugii'iil revenue producei',   Ills asl luui* j >»*
lion of llie liilley of the i ipuiyiii1 HOSE BUI).
ail
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays al i |>, m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 i\ \i
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a, m
SPEOIAL ATTENTION (HVEN TD MAIL. FREIGnT ANI) EXI'lif
■*R    T».   mOTt^tT^OTC.   PBOPflSIIaTOR.
mf
'lit.   on   capilul   ili.iaieil,   tvus  Very
amusing, and showed plainly llnil one
uieiiiber of ilu- company nl lensl
would pursue a dllferenl policy in tin-
fiiliui- If given an opportunity tndu
or sale,   Price $3,00.
C. B, PITTItNDBW/f, Root '.'.tax   Should oilnJ' uieuifiers of the snluo In lbe option Is $?,Jt/J,
A ninety day uptloii bus been glu-n
mi ihe Ituse lind cluim, slllialell iu
Brown's camp un ibe North Pork of
Kellle river, liy lhe owners, .1, Hamilton uml C VV, Mili.ie, of Rosslnnd,
in II. L, Honocks of the suine pluce,
The purchase consideration mentloiieil THE ADVANCE
full iulu ihe bunds of,'a corporation,
whose only policy would be one of sap-
I'lioi-aiKTOii I •''"«llle lilv ''l'""1"'' "lu' I"'"''1'''
ukly
nl   Midway,  ll. r
iil.iin por milium, payable
rl. in- linlf-yenrly nl llu*
 4 . 4	
PEACE  AND  REST.
Ilis earthly trials ami trouhl
W. II. NOKIU*
I'llliliali.al    iv
Muosorlptlon I
iu inluiiii-i-. i-ill
option nt itii-su.
Ailvortislui* llatcssonl on application.
Tliuugu lh,. columns uf Tilt: AiivaXck are 1       ,, .     , ,   . ,
ultra™ bpou for llio .liscnaai,,,, „f ainttors ul' mailers ut lhe past, lor peace and rest
public iniorautiil Importance, wo do not,ncc- have come In Mr. Michael Hngen of
ccssin-uy cniliirs.: nny nf Un: ii|iiiii.jiiM.xiiri.ssinI. . ~
CurrtM-'oiitlom-o of a personal natnro ..ill not bo Okaimgnli UIssluu, who, niter 11 Inn iug
l»ul.li<ii,*il.   Illness lusling  three  or  four  we, ks,
  I passed quietly away on Monday the
i   2ud insl,  at  lhe  Luke  View  hotel,
Junes, Ale. Base was a unlive of
Essex. England, uud iiinic tn 1 his country suine eighleen moiilhs ago. I'rii r
to thai, he hnd spent sonic time iu
Assiniiboiii, N.  W. T.   Tbe deceased
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY OREEK, B. C.
EE:::;:^:,::!:!,, Tie Gold Drop Boarding House..
some of wbich ailaioi-d consldoralil.1 I O
: A cross in lliis space inili-
enli-s Uial yiiiii'sinisiTipliiiii
in illis papw'i* bus oxplrotl,
MONDAY. NOVEMBER II, IHIMi.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
PaiUI I,..ml.ai advices we learn Ibal
Adolphus Drunker, ineuilier nf parlia*
inenl fur Nnilhainpluu, lias returned
froui u nip In Boundary creek, As
.Mr. Docker was ai Boundary creek
only about Ihree weeks ago, he musl
haii' iniiile Inst iiuu.. Judging from
his utterances upun Ins ml in n In Lull*
dun, we would say ihul bis rapid mi-
gl'iilloil must buie hndsnmelhiiigIn d
ivilh lhe f.u-iuuliou of his views, us li
gnu-vein loihe expression llml Englishmen ure spoiling Brillsh Columbia
by the ridiculous priirs lhey are asking fnr " every mining elallii." This is
a i cry In und iisserllon fur nne like Mr.
Decker In make, ami repealed aiming
intending luvesluis ul huiiie Is calculated ro .In much liniiii. In Isolated
instances ihe assertion may be true, i
but lo make use uf lbe expression in a |
general sense is mil. only Incurred hot,
posililcly f.Jse. Ii is false formally
reasons, sonic of which inay be mini-
liuned: Firsl, unlit, fourlli pail of the
claims held iu liiilish ('ollllnblll belling
lo Englishmen. Secnuil, iu passing
rapidly Lhrough a cerium sectiun nf
lhe country, ibe Irayeler is hroiighl
iulu ciintncl wilh unly a few uf the
prominent claims, which, held by
Englishmen uc otherwise, ure probably
not for sale, anil, I bird, Mr. Ducket's
knowledge uf Hie subject was gullied
mure from repnii Iluin acl mil experience, uiui ihercfnrc is enlil.li.il tu very
lillle consideration,
popularity, lie was alsu pussesscd of
literary cnpaliililics,severalshnrl plays
and stories from his pen having heen
produced hnth in the old country nnd
.the Slates,   ll seems doubly pitiful
Kelowna, and so lo the greal beyond j ,,,„„, „ nllwl. wi,i(.h p,,„„isl„l s„ niuch
journeys one  who  rightly  could If should have Iieeu ended a st at its
classed us one nl ibe fureuiust pioneers j |M,,,jml
nf liiilish i nhiiiil.iii, nut because In
could rank among iis earliest settlers, _
bul   because  he   wus  ever  idciililied I .-.    r-.     pncTrDTAlll
wilh the progress und presperlly nf *w>  r.   "UvJo 1 UK. 1 \J1N
eginnlng,   He was only 2S years nf
nge.
We buie laken exception lo some nf
M.', Dialer's exp.vssln.is of opinion;
ueiue honcyer pleased In he able lo
endorse others, vi/., llml Ly what he
saw uf lhe counlry il hits a tremendous
future before il.iiiul alsu Unit iu passing lhrough British Ouhuuliiii be uiui
with no ami English element,
lhe province, nud all lhat I ended lo
mid In-all ll, wealth nnd happiness In
lliecouiuiillilly in which he dwell. As
a business man the deceased could be
iileiiiilied wilh unity undertakings,
principally In Eastern Canada, where
his earlier days weie spulll, besides
which he rightly might be trained a
pioneer among iieivspupeidoin, as, if
we are correctly Informed, his conuec"
"| lion wilh tlm press extended hack to
the curly Illl ics, he having been a
charier member of BuffnloTypogrtipbi-
cul union, one of ihe Hint, of ils kind
started in America, This iu IIself jh
interesting, and will serve lu sliuw the
iii'tiii- nnd useful life the deceased
must have led, fur frum being u cnni-
posltor in the c iily lil'lies he gradually
Wended his way intu jiniriialisui, and
bad Hm In.in>r nf Blurting many newspapers iu different purls uf the Dominion, ull uf whicli ure sliil iu existence, a leslimony In his business
foresight and: energy, Frum Buffalo
lhe deceased journeyed lo Pelrulla,
und Ihere siiirledt.be Advertiser, one
nf lhe Hist papers started in llial lown,
nller selling which he engaged ill lhe
oil liusiness, but with lilt In success.
Moving from Petrolla to London, he
again became iden I IH ed with joiiiniilisin,
mill here ho it-uuiiui-d until llie fame
or Winnipeg spread iilirond, uml be
was inllueiici'il lo seek Ills fortune hy
[coining wesl. Winnipeg claimed him
ns a ell izen unly for a short lime, however, for sunn he found his way tn Purl
Arthur, aud Ihere again brought mil
the pioneer piper, which Inld uf ihc
glories nf Hie Town un llu* Luke.
Ileal ing niuch nbuul. llriiish Columbia
uud being uf nu iiiulillliiiis turn uf
niinil, Ihc deceased's next venlure wus
u journey in the Pacific p.mince,
where he arrived in tin- early eighties.
VKHNON, 11. C.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A.gr_aa-t  Pop^^-
Tiik Royal Insurance Coy.
Tim London ami Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Insurance Coy. op North
Amerioa,
Tiik London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Ooy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy m-
Canada,
Thk Dominiof Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection,
FRED GRAF. PROP.
ttxriiMi3Xitt,s
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
ail kin:fs of
Rough -:- and Bressad:-: Liiinbei*,
Shinies, - Uih, - Etc,,
can be purchased at the
Grail Forks Sawmil
CHEAPER TSAN
ANYWHERE ELSE,
•>•>♦♦-
1 x x x, tit tn'/. -12»-x- 2i. X. te x x -x «v. a m i
I    do*     T*.TT3TnT7.TO,-VTX    Ua A      I
1
I
I
CARSON
jjH  The trade centre of the Grand 58
x\^ Prairie,    Kettle   river    and i\\m
S Boundary creek mining and |jg
sp agricultural country. ffl
ffl SliS
m
Situated at the junction of p|
j|cj the Boundary creek, Marcus ijm
ffl and Reservation wagon roads, m
Hj Nearest point to the Colville ||j
saga reservation mines. Sl!§
ffl         j^5
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
HTOTIOE.
Tilt: Last ClIAKCE MlXKit.u. I'uim.
Situate In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale
District.
TAKE  NOTICK tlml I. IV. Allslln. free
Ulllior' cerlillciile No. ii'tiHM, liy Illy ngclll.
C, 1) It. Greon, I'. I,, ts.. intcnii, sixty days from
die date licrciif, to apply intln- Mining Uecordur
fum iici'tiilcnii. nf iuipruvcmonU, fm the purposo of obtaining a Crown grant to tho abovo
cluim.
Anil further tnkc nutiec Unit notion, under
sculinn 1)7. must lie ciiiiiincnccil tiu'ure tlio
iamimice nf Buob certltloate iif Improvements,
Untcil lliis iinl day of Soptombor, isim.    21
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
8|| LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ffl
H
ml
Fm* prices ntnl nil nlhuriufoi'ination apply to
m C. E. STUART - - ■ AGENT ffl
?1,...,,„ OARSON, GRAND PRAIRI1S, II. C. 5sC
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Tub I.kxi.miti.x lIiNiiii.il, Claim.
Sltuato In Central Cnmp, In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yalo District.B.C.
Mil'. NOTICK tlnil <vc, J.M. Taylor,freo
inor'8 ccl-litleilll' Nil. I',.t"t; (1. W, Itliln-
bcrgor, free minor's ccrlltkito So. ittntil; ill.
OpnoDliolmor, (rao minor's oat-llncntc Nn. Mj,
ana Tbonias Kirk, fine minor's oorllHcuto Nu.
112,-iil. Intend, sixty days frum ilu- date lioroof,
to apply inilu' Minim- llocordor for iieertiilcntc
of liiiprovoinonU, for tlio purposo nf iihiuinhig
i.ci-ii.. ii granl in tlio abovo claim,
Anil furtlior ink ilia, tlml action, undor
soollon ii", musl lie ooinmoncod imfurc ibo
Issunnco of such corltllcato uf improv incuts.
Dni.iil tills iih iiav nf Soptombor, imi     n
TAK
mi
lllld brought, uul, llle Inland .Sentinel,  i
IP All*. D.tckei'J will iiiiiiii grace llu-! the lh.it neivspiiper published in the  l-f.x-Xftxx.'xt{1xX!-x.'.'.XXX:-x-xtr.
i- iry  "iih his presence, and will Interior nf liiilish Ooliiinltin.    After
inine piepared In invesl in llrilisii (Jo- remaining llt Yala a shurt linn-, he ie-
lu iil.ia nijiii-s, .isliu-i snjunrii will he. inni-ed his piililleittlnn to Kiiuiioops,
all lhat is needed In satisfy him that where it is tuduy nne of llio Inighlesl'
there nre plenty of niines in ihe and must prusperuul papers in the
pruvince uut euntrolled hy lHuglishuien ! province, Disposing of Ins paper it
which cnn lie purchased ul llgtues well few j-eiirsago lu Mr, H. MeCutcheoit, I
ihe   deceased   moved  lo Okanagan j
Mission  valley, where lie purchased il
nice piece nf property nud turned Ilis
attention tu farming, And su engaged
in ihe must, iml.le uf earth's occupations, iu- lin.I Uu* veteran jum-nalisl nt
lhe Iiuu- uf his death, ivhleh, coming
ul u ripe old age, closed n career to
wliieli iin- words of Lurd BeiietmsHelil
limy nplly he applied :
'Jl
within the reach nf capitalists greal
aud small.
 4- . 4	
RAILWAY   EXTENSION.
$1 FIREWOOD $1
per load.
ixm-x-wx-r.
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
^~mTdway""~
SAWMILL.
HORSE SENSE
IN A
"Thai in viowof tho hup iratlvo nocosslty for
u l-aillviiy frum the cuiial In tlm Kuiilcnuy I'lii.n-
try it Is desirable thai ilm prot'luclnl govern-
iiioul builil, ciitiip and caui-iil llio said niilivny,
liltiilglng tlie credit nf Hie province lu ilmi
cud, nml tlnil llu. enlist cities in: llllltltl collllllOH
points, unit Hint lliis board uf trado ask tlio
othor provincial boards of trndo to oucli|nppoliit Nothing is horo fur tears; nothing In unit in
two dologatos turned ami confer with tbo pro* kl""'k dm breast.
ilnclal government mi Ibis subjccl without Nnwcakiioss. no cuiilompl. illspraisourblamo
delay, I Nillblllg bin well mul fair;
Al. u recent ineeling uf Ihe Vietoriu *•*"'''■"' "]"" '""*v '"^, "5'""'""m nMo
hoitid of trado ihe iiliovo resohilion   £vH»k,
was inl.ruiluceil and curled,    Prom i
the ailupliiin nf such  ,i resohilion it j,-,.,,,,, our Own Comispoiidoiit,
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
VKItNON   SOTH.S.
may he gathered that the peuple uf
lhe cuusi nre atvakuiiiug tu a true sense
uf their siliiiiliuii, uud lu it true sense
of what must In- dune if they wuuld
wish tu purUcipali' in llle great heiielil
tu In- derived from a direct uud close
inlercinuse Willi
nf the interior, Thai the trade nl ilu
Knoli-nay Is Worth striving lnr i.a mm
pasl cuiilrailu'liiin, uml tlmt lliis li-iide
\ttll lie diverted lu the cast, should ihe
('lull's Nest Pass roud he built, uud uu
direct railway laiiinccliiui lie established
uiih lhe ciiii.-i, i.s just as patent, li
llii'tiil'iirc liehuuies lhe peuple uf Ihe
lnuii In jnin issue uiih the pcupleuf
Ihis und ulher sci'liulls of Ihe lllterlur,
iiiid by lirlugliig lheiiiiitti'i'iiiiiiii'diiilcly
lullte iilleniiau uf the goveriuueiil,
uiidenvor lu arouse I Ilein In a .-cuse of
tin- gravity of ihc sltuiilluii, sn thul
tlle immense value uf trade springing
illln exi-.le.li (' US   11 lesllil uf l.ipal llllll*
iug del chip ul, nun' ha kepi   uilliin
lhe CIlllllllCS   uf   llle   |ia.|.. Ill ,'  ami  uul
ulhiwi'il I.i lilli-i- iiiiii I'li.-leri
huulhi'i'ii iii- alien cliiuim-ls, Tli
<oustruetIon uf llu- rnnil  is I'i
The C, P, R, has reduced its service
to Ihree trains a week fur the winter
llllllli lis,
A large gang of Italians have la-en
repairing tin- roadway near Ihe land*
j ing, washed uut hy lhe high waler over
liiiliillg c.iiup, of  nvnicnisngn.
ll Is rn mured around lown that. Mr,
.1. A. iSliiihert has been appointed prn-
vlueliil ciinsialilc lately vacated liy Ml-,
Frank   Parks.    The applied! inns   fur
ROUGH AND DEESSED
—LUMBER—
frum all purls of tin* Diiinininn. There
nre a lew disappointed noes iu Vernnn.
Mr.   R.  ('. Mminsi'll  hus heen ap-
poluleii lilirarlaii in lieu uf the lule Mr.
Base,   The maiiageiuelil nre lo he cnii-
grutuliileil III securing the services uf
ihis  genth'iiiiin,   who  is  tlliil'iillglily
adiipted lu keep up ihe InsllliiLlon in
the high slide uf elllciency lllld pupil*
In nl y nllaiiieil hy ilm hue librarian,
The Alieiileeii  rulicli has again lieen
..   vIhUi-iI hy lite, as nu Sunday evening
IMI| I lusi  ilniiil midnight the pavilion ulliee,' "
lhe j siluali'iiliaul l.wenly yards I'runi Lnrd
A herd, inn's privulu rcsldcncu, suddenly
-* V _io'i''.'ift\ ?:
Cftf^'     I:'■-'.,'
f    MJ     ■*'■■■ V'   ■   - ' ■'. '■      -^
COUNTY COURT NOTICE,
Sittings oHho County Court of Yalo will be
holdon aa follows:
At Midway,  Nov.  i), ?H|)(f.
At Owoyoos,  Nov.  7,  1896,
At llio 1)0U" of eleven o'clock in lliii forenoon
By command,       C. A. it. LAMJ1LV,
Govorumont OlHco, Osoyoos, H. D. 0.
August SOtbi I8W.
Can't help talking to
you about llml Mrgu and woll-Bolocted
stock of Clothing, Hati, Caps, Bootaaitd Slmes,
llml haw just boon received, cDiiMiKtiitf^ of
cvcrytiilus coqulrad by tlin Miner, Rancher,
or Prospector. My stock of Rubbora, Gorman
S-icks, Wool Socks nnd Blankets is complete
nud of llio very best at ream)liable prices. My
stock of Groceries is coinploto in every detail,
und would Invito your Inspection.
VVAAAAA/W
VERNON SPRING RREWERY
TEBUOIII,   B,   G.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
Pvoprletors,
This large and well equipped brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beep, jSLLg  sa..:sa.dL  3?o3ct,ea?
Of
nsurpassed quality and at prices which  will be found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from the Boundary Creek Country
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
FOREIGN   COMPANY.
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦    ♦ """""	
♦4m\ ANACONDA,  B.  C.
4 4 _—_-**—*—*——
NINERAL ACT, 1896.
CERTIFICATE   W   IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICK.
Tm: Potticb Palmeh Mim:hai, Claim.
Situate in Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK Hint 1,10, H. Grnlu\in,.frco
miner's cerlillciile No. MUNI, bv my ag0Ut(
V. Wollaston, I*. L. s.. Intond, sixly days Irani
lhe dato hereof, to apply lo the Milling |[o*
conlor fur a cortillcato of Improvements, for
IhepurpoBool obtainltig a crown gram to the
abovo claim.
And furtlior take notice ihul action, under
sootlon UT, must be cummenced before tbo
issuance o* sued corl Illcato of ImprovomonU.
Dated this 2nd ilay of acptemhor, I8KJ.     ^7
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Cortiflcato  of  Improvements!
NOTICK
Tin-: Tkxas Minehal Claim.
Sltuato In Graham Camp, Boundary Moun,
tain, in the Keltle River Mining Division
of Yalo District.
TAKE NOTIOK thai I, E. S. Graham, froo
miners cortiflcato Nn. 8W80, by my aRcni,
K. Wollaalon, P. L s„ intend, sixtv days frum
lbe dato hereof, in apply to ihe Mining ne*
corder fnr a cortlllcntc uf improvements, for
the purpose uf oblalniuK aOrowugrant to llio
abuvo claim,
And further lako notico (but action, under
suction Wl. must bocommouood before Ibeis-
suauee of micli corliflcatoof improvoincntB.
Uatod this Und daj'of aoptombor, 1800.     il
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Cortiflcato   of   Improvements.
Tub Momuson Mineral Cuim.
Situated In Deadwood Camy, Boundary Mountain, in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TUKE NOTICK thai I.C.llR (imm,agent-
A fur the Morrison Gold Mining Company,
10.857(15, Intond. sixty
i-cof, lo apply to the
Ttiileiik' of improve*
f obtaining a Crown
froo minor's cortiflcato
days from the dale lu
Mlulng llecorilcr for a c
mollis, tor the purpose i
grant to the above claim.
Aud finlher lake unliee that aclion, under
section 37, musl he commenced before Ibe Issuance uf such cerlillcate nf ImproVQUlOlltB.
Uatod tills Hud day of Septomuor, WW.      l
MINERAL act,
('•U'lIFKIATB   (IK   IMPROVENENTS.
mroTxaxx.
'. Tiik Auor. Mixiiit.u, Claim.
Situated in wag Lake Camp In lho Kettle
Rlvor Mining Division of Yalo District.
TAKK NOTICE tlmt I, V. Wnlliwtim. agont
fur Sir Cliarlca Unas, frn. intnoi-'Boortltlcalo
Nn. lotto, inlenil, slxly ilnys fnnn llioiliiti.
horoof, to fit'iily in tin; .Mining llooonlor (or a
cortllli'iila of improvomoiilH, fm* On- purpofio nf
iililniliilign Crn.vn griinl In llie illiiivocliiiin,
.Ami further ink... notico limi notion,iimlor
-.iii-linn:I7 sl lm commence' before ll..' Issuance nf sueh eerlitlenle nf llllproi'nlllollhl,
llnleil ihi, rihilm- nl aoptombor, ism.      l
l'iiiii|iiinles
Aet,  I'nrt  IV.
Illg Al'tN
Eastern Star Gold Mining' Company
H-ailil-ailNI
iiiH-ikiiiiii tiik mini ii-.
Visit ins inilu- Boundary Oreek Mining Cninps, Stop nl tlm Aniit-nndn
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Thoii, S'l-oprietor-
MINERAL ACT.
Ooi'tificnto   of Impi'ovoinents.
XfOTXOXX.
Tin; (inn Mi.NHit.iL Claim, sitiati-i in Ckn.
tualOami', in tiik ICbitlk Uivkh Minimi
InvisniN hi-- V a i.i : liisntii r,
\KK M.I'll la Hull I. Jiilin Uniigliis. frno
mliioi-'B oorllltiiiilo No.801110, Intend, sixty
.ha iinui lioroof, tn iipply in Uio
lonler fur a cortlllcalo nf linurovo-
- purpuHo uf uliiiiiuiiig a Crown
Iluie eIniill.
- i.il... notice ilmi notion, undor
it
dnj's
Mini
July, IHU1.
lie
luui*.. (ur 11
rant .if ih.'
An.l fnrllii
ocilon a;, i
I Intuit llilHllllli
uill
i.. f.in
lumonti
Iiu
i .inn diinlit, us iili'iniilj- il luis lii.-i-ii| I-iiikI int.' Humes und trim H|lt-i'lllly il
tlitill.mati-.il.-il lliiil.iiii e.i.y gi'.idu cull
lie hud llil'iingll llnil |>.ii l um nl i .mul ri
flll'llll-l'.y Illl.llllll In I..' ill.li'ees.sil.li.,
uinl iinui- |i.irlieill,uly di'sarilled us
lyihg lil'lWi'I'll llie Imvu uf llll|lli (ill
llle l''l.-|-l-r llllll II Bllilllllll1 p illll Illl llli'
('iililliiliiail.au. Thill llle ni.-l uf e.nihil lli-l inn tvulllil mil In- exees-iie nni Infill lii-n-d Iiiiiii Un- expressed iipllliiili
ul' lliuse I'nlililiill' lliiil llle I'lllllll slu-ll a
1'n.iil ivnulil luke iind  tvlin Imvu givi-ii
NOIIIO    lllllllglll     I"    ilia   btllljl'l'l,    Tllis
lining tin- i.ise, und lii'iiriiig iii mind
.he fuel llllll (lie llilliilllll ul' laliia lu
ll' ha hill-al IVllllld UlllplesUlllllllily lllllke
till! llllll lie il   pliylllg   I'lllll'l'l'll, Wl' Illl.
henititti.igly juin wilh mil' I'liual l-iiii-
tBiiiJiin.ili.s. in lulling upun llle gin• I us lie trail u IHIIII very Hell liked.   The
eminent In milks lhe i-unst i-url i-,i> uf  finii-iiil   look  pluei- un Siilnidny a ail
till! mild a   pl'lll llleild    lellnki.Ig, Su   l,... ..il.hlll'.I Iv MlallV IViellils, ih ■ fui-
thnl II... -<-.■,--: .1. A.
seele.ii ,,. l..h	
province, i i-i.miI. nl l.uiug ulluiruil iu.C!i..s. Siniin*., I.', ('. .Muunsi'll und E, E,
ing Act.
ilia sa:
Tlio head olllco iif lho sail t'oiiipnii)
nle I nl Hie ciiv ..( Spnkaiio, iii iin- Slntd of
U'lisliliiglnli, I', s. A,
'I'liuuiijcclufor whicli lhe coiiipnii) Iscstnb*
:l nro: To huy, noil, own, loiuni, iirespocl
innii
I  IIKItKIIY 1,'l'ltTll'Y lli
1   re.-i-iereilil,.  'Kantei'ii
.     . , .'.uul y   llh.reigiil. uiiiier llie
iihili-heil. A qu.iMl y i.l I'llllinlili'piipci-s   a,-,. PnHIV, "lleglslnillnii nf I'mvig
lieluiiging I.. Ills exeelli-ney was  ih-   l""1""- andiiniciiillngAds.
slluyell,   lugelher  tlilll   llle  tvlllllll  nf
Hie i-niili'tilH uf lhe uill. e, lhe lin- mnk-
Ing sin li inpid hi-.-iil'.viiy i;   ivns iinpus-
silile InsilVl'illiylllillg.
I have  llglllll   In  |-i'aiil-il lllinlhul' lill-
limi'ly d.-.ilh, Ihul nr Mia Henry Base,
lllii'iirinn nf ilm piihlie llhi'iiry, ivldeli
Idiik pluce un Tlllll'Hiliiy evening lasl.
The illness which proved filial was of
shnrl duration, ns he hud unly lieen
...uiliiieil lu his hed  fur livn days,   lie
died ipiiie suddenly, apparently fnnn
syiienih',  while conversing vtrll.li
II.-v.  \li. fjiltei-hridge.   The ne,w« .a   "";l
hi., dentil cast a gloiini
I have lliis il...
l"-() J"!!!""! Wholesale am! Retail De den
l hm-!
si,,,-!
i.|i|ir
fur, i(|iii|i ami i.pi
iilnlnisnl Iron,gold, ulher,
lireeiniisineluls. i.lnl olaysall
n. ciimtiiei'oliil valuo, in ilie
l'iiii<.il Slnles iiiiii uf lhe I'r
Co lunula, Camilla I lohny, n
opcralo mills, u eiiiriiluiv.i
nnd Ireuting ores and i ertils, niul
own, sell, iciHo. dcvolop mul opi
rlgllls, ililel.es.  11,11,,,-- nn.l   ll-lltOl"
snry or prnper fnr llio working of I
liny,, ran. s.'.l. leu ...an,! opsfillu III
I'iiili'uiuls, righli. nf it'nyand ulher n
veynnee llllll ehllllnllliienliili  In nu
iiiiiI iill propcrituH tvllicll mny In .-
the J lens.nl hy s.iiil Cnnipniiri lu ilu gen
.,)■, uml I urs uml llitngfi ivhleh i.my lie nee.
pi'OpCl' (ur llle e.lllllllile OlljO.VlllOlli  .
i- Ihi- city, I IlioiioworBli'jreinsol fnrlli.ondfortli
of
anil
gonoral.
1 ininoral
mid otlioi'
dnlinvlng
ry nf lho
. I llriiish
I.il-.uul
nnd other
icntiiitlng
Is'iluluiy,
lnuii mu
IWIICll  01
use uf
iiiduoi
GENOWAYS       v-cAVINEY
. i ad Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
:9_:i;..2ti.2,i,a
1893.
ng i
-in..
1 tuck rn' the ani.! Company istlvi-
I It -iiiul ilnlliin-. , Irliled iulu live
hintdrod tliotiBnnd shares ol ihu pur valuo of
one ilullnr each.
lil-.-eii uiiiier mj I, I iiiiii scai'nf olllee al Victoria, I'nivliicc uf llrilisii I'l.iiiiii'nl i, 1 l.ir- auih
•ai. ..1.hu. Mia
|I,.S.| r\ V, M'llDITiiN.
llcnlstiui of Joint block Cuni-iii.icB,
1'. ( ).  Mux
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MiNEilAL ACT,
C3rLincnt.o ot tmprovi
Noivxazx.
Thk iIl'Miio Misehai i'uim.
1 Situated in Copper Camp( in iho Kutue
i   River Hlnins Division ol' Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK llml 1. ( lmn D'BGroon, us
ngont for T. L. Havaao, free mlner'a corttfl-
I Ullto N'li.li-VtllS.ait'lU.A.HeiHleli.l'i'ee liiiner'neoi'-
llflcalclNo,0,5214,lulcud,8lxlydayafi i the dato
: hereof, tonpply to the Mining Itooordorfor a
: ceriilienie uf linpi'OvouienU, fur ilu- purposo uf
! ublaiitlng a Crown granl lo tlio abovo claim,
'   Aiitii'uriher tnko notico Hint action, under
section *t", must lie commenced boforo tp.6 lfl*
i siikiico ui' sut'li fjoi'ltdeato of Impr ivomonts,
!   Datod this 7lh day of Hoplombor, khiki,
1
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVII'VV, H. C
T. Elliot   -   -  -   :P3t»o-pa?xete:B?.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION.  HOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages to ami from Puntiotcn and Oro, Wash.
NOTICE.
In tho Matter o! Gits Hamlin, Deceased.
TKNDKHS will he received hy (tie undor-
Kitfiied up tn noon on llie Kiihdnvof No.
v tier. 1890, for tbo nurclifwo of Uio followtnff
minora olalms, situate near drund Korku, in
Keltic iiivcr Mining UMtiptio! Mm District uf
Vale, viz.:
The    ' I'uHMttm,   "Qrandliiaiiia's   Hustle,'
" l.ni:.' Iit-il- Iiiiiii,., 'anil Ihe "Conn."
lj, A. H, LAMBliY;
Uold I'uiniHb^iuiujv, LOCAL AXI) DISTRICT.
Mr. W. 15. Rickards is building a
residence on Eighth street,
*Tlr. C. L, Thomet left for Spokane
and Portland on Wednesday last.
Mr. F. B. Boone hns completed the
addition to his residence on Fifth
street.
Miss Ida B-i-iiie nf Vernon is visiting in town, the guest nf Miss McAuley.
Mr. H. Rose, of Kelowna, who has
lieen on a visit lo liis hi other here, returns home hy to-morrow's singe.
Mr, James McNicol returned from
Spokane un Saturday last and was
warmly welcomed hy his many friends
in town.
Mr. McLean has started to build his
new residence at Midway, and when
completed il will hu an ornament lo
the l.itvnsile,
Mr. W. T. Thompson, who has for
the pnsl two weeks been laid up with
a sprained foot, is commencing lo
bobble around again.
Mr. li. L, Cawston camn over from
Rossland on Friday Inst, nud reports
quite a lillle snow on the Dewiluey
trail over the summit of Sheep Cieek
llll.lllll.uill.
The enterprising firm uf Lequime k
Lluvd-Ji.nes are muklug large shipments of produce to Peiiliclon froui
Kelotviiii, and are also supplying a
ready market, iu lhe Kootenay.
Mr. .1. P. McLeod, barrister of Anaconda, passed oyer to Osoyoos oo
Thursday, to take part io lhe suit,
I'lllis v, Green, whieh tvus beard before
Judge Spiuks ou Sattuday last,
Midway's population was increased
the past week by the arrival of Mr.aud
Mrs. Bi'i-kwilli and family of Hie
children, who recently came from
Newcastle on Tyne, and have now de.
lerioined In make I hell home here.
.Mrs. Linlily is in ihe Held gathering
subscriptions toward the Christinas
(I'ee fund, and it is needless to say is
liu-etiiig ivilh marked success, ll is In
ben in..osier lliis year, nnd nowhere
in (lie province will llu- children he
treated ion more delightful entertain,
inenl,
Twelve loos of potatoes lo the acre
was the record Hindu by Mr. W.T.
Sterling al Kelutrua, this suinmer. The
pnltiloes were of the peerless variety
and were all large, firm, marketable
tuber*-, Al j!H per Ion il will lie seen
lliis ivasa paving crop, and one ivhleh
pi'iired more proillahle than raising
wheat.
Over a dozen carloads of produce
hire been shipped from Keliuviin to
the Kisiteuay doting lhe pasl tun
nii.ifihs by (lie Okiiiiiigiin Farmer's'
uiiliit and the Kelmrnti Shippers'
1'tiioii company, These twocorpora*
I ions are doing a thriving Inisiuess io
lbe milling camps of Kooleiiny. ll is
well tlnil. such is the case, ns it furnishes ail mil lei for the surplus produce
nf the Mission valley,
Mr, A. Megraw, formerly editor of
lb" Veriitui News, has recenlly been
championing the cause of the Boundary Creek district, in tlle east. Mr.
Megraw ts out only a champion in
word hut in deed, and is now ou his
way i,o British Columbia to look after
Ilis milling and ulher interests, having
left Wlarton a few days ago. His old
littie friends will  be glad lo welcome
lum to the province again,
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MINING   NOTES.
Messrs.  Haas and  Mclntyre  cnni-
iitcoce develupiiienl work Ibis week on j
the Pocahoolas, a free gold proposition
ou the reserval ion  about, four  miles
below Midway.
On an exl elision to llu- easl ofllie
Washington claim on lhe Colville reservation, Messrs. McAuley k Lundy
have men at work developing their
cliiiins, and il is expected the main
ledge of ihe Washington will .soon lusi nick.
rallies having Ibe small smeller on
Myers creek .ire experiencing snuie
dilll'iill.V in obtaining ore, carrying
tollable constituents lo forma matte,
and have applied in ilu* owners of tliu
Crown I'uiiil .ni James creek, on Ihis
side uf ihe line. Iii purchase snme of
lhe producl uf Iheir mine, The ore
taken from Ihe Orinril Point contains
a certain am.ami of lend, nud Ibis
liehai it is I hul I he Myers creek smeller
people are afler,
A shaft  has  lieen slai'led a    lbe
ii h nl the ml mi ihe Washing-
Inn ('lllllll, which Is Infilled near Nelson j
nu lbe ('..Ivilh- reseivaliuu, ami la
owned hy lhe Reserralluii Milling uml ]
Mining < pan..   Mr. II. While, irho
is part.owner nf Ilo- properly and hns
charge of npei-alInns, was In town nl
few days ngo. nod slated thai splendid
ore is being taken uul nf lbe shaft,
which is nuw liniiii a deplll uf 111) feel,
It, Is a quest Ion whether the largest
ore body m llle world will mil he
found on Hn- Washington claim, as
I he crosscuts nl file end of lbe Hume]
which was driven In tup Ihu vein
ut. a depth of 70 feet, have been
rim through ore for 70 feel, and up lu
the present, only one wall has been
reached. As Mr. While seasonal ly |
remarked, we have found lhe ledge lo
be wide enough, even tvilboul llnding
Um two walls. What We'want to discover imw is its depth, and ns soon as
we gel (Inivii deep enough lo satisfy j
lis, reduction works will In-pol. in to
treat the ore, which is some of lbe]
lu-sl. lo be found iu the country, |
LOOK   OUT  GIRLS.
A conteiuporary says the unmarried
girls of Brilisli Columbia should organize for I heir own protection, as au
attempt is being made lu foist, the surplus old maids of the world upon lhe
province, A short time ago eastern
busybndles interested themselves in a
scheme to send tt lot of inoo.-irried
women from the east, and nowsomi
San Francisco fakir has sent out llu
following dispatch to buoy up Ihc
hopes {of  lhe spinsters of lhe world:
"The mining camps of Trail creek
and lloandiiry creek, British Columbia
where Ihere are ten oieo tonne woman
want wives. Steady work tvith good
pay, with the fact Ilinl Brilisli ('oliiiii
bin laws frown severely on gambling
niid drinking, have made lhe miners
prosperous. The question of gelling
wives was raised recenlly as a joke,
hot the oo I eooie bus been lot lion Highly
advertise the fuel thai, a large number
uf mai'iageable girls can Ihul good husbands by emigrating to the mining districts of British Columbia."
For our own part we sen no reason
for oigiioiziilion, for such would bean
insult to the intelligence uf lhe hat-hc
Iocs who, come one or come many
old maids, bopping around with their
leap year smiles and graces, will yet
be able lo discriminate between the
home grown products as against lhe
foreign questionable and mendacious
importations, British Columbia girls
are till right and Brilisli Columbia
bachelors are not such mutton-headi
assume would suppose.
 4 . 4	
SMALL  DEBTS COURT.
The question of lhe constitutionality
of Ihe small-debts court, was argued
before a, full court ti few days ago, the
Hon. Justices McCreight, Wnlkeni anil
Drake presiding, As far as the province
is concerned tbo question has been set
at rest, as their lordships declared the
Small Debls Oniir! act to he const ilo-
Iiniiiil. The judges will prepare a
written judgment which will he pub*
lushed shortly. Magistrates who have
belli deferring the holding of such
courts, pending the decision hi question, miy now go ahead without-fear
as lo consequences, Tlie judges have
tloiie llieir part, now let the government reform lbe uielli.nl of compensating lbe on.gislrales, by lining unay
with the fee system, and all shuuld
work well nud harmoniously,
 4 . 4	
U. S. ELECTIONS.
Then' can now l.e no tluiibl as to the
resull of lhe elections in lhe United
.States, as a veritable land slide ieems
to bare taken place, lbe counlry bar
oig declared itself iu furor of sound
money and prolectiiui us enunciated
by Ibe Republican parly. Up I.i the
present, lbe Republicans cluim 11(10 oul
of a possible -117 electoral roles, and
the slates yel lo hear frum will no
d.uibi swell ibe majority.
 ► •.	
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE COURT.
At. Midway on Monday last, Ohas
Burns was brought before W. H. Nor
ns, J, P., charged witli lbe offence of
breaking the doors ami windows of a
house ai Greenwood Cltyonthoday
precious. The accused pleaded guilty
In the charge. The passing of the sentence was reserved lo the following
day.
Ou Tuesday, before W. 11. Norris, J.
P., and .lames Kerr, J. P., a man by
lhe naiiie of .luck Heudrickson was
lu.inghl op dinged wiih beluga frequenter, He pleaded guilty iiiiii was
lined $23, Fur a similar oli'eiice two
women were lined $25 each,
An Indiiin naoieil Andrew was he.
fore Ihe court on a charge of having
whiskev in his possession at Rock
Creek, which liquor he claimed In have
gut un the reserval ion below Midway.
He also was lined IJCiii,
Ohas. Horns was hroiighl before the
court anil was sentenced to pny a flue
of $60or lliree months'liiipiiuoinnenl
at hard In hor.
 .».
COUNTY COURT AT OSOYOOS.
On Saturday the 7ih lusi., before
His I [uiiin Judge Spinks, a silling uf
lbe aboil'cnni I tins held.
Iii lhe suit Green v. Hills, which was
hroiighl on ns a resull of it dispute nn
In lbe ownership of suine mils, lhe
plnliltlir, Mr. C DM. liiecn wns
unaided judgment wilh cnsls, llllll III
llu'coiiuler sliil, brought by Mr. Lllis,
Jinlgiiieiil tins rendered iu bis favor
ll il linlil ciists,
In lhe case A, Johnson v. Sproulo,
jmlg nl   tins given lu fa vm uf llu-
plainlllf,
...
When applying fur ennui grants for
mineral claims, requesl i lint lbe same
be advertised in Tun Advance, the
ullli inil\- recognized paper of lbe
disirici.
A
..-pi""*.-.. JdlM
NOTICE.
Tho Oioyool Vernnn ami Kottlo Hirer
Mining lilvlsh.iik or late i.Km.a
NOTlCIa   is horoli)  given  'lull  nil plnee.
olalms legally hold In llio Owr-m, Ver-
leg'.
nun iiiiiI Kotllo lilvor Mining Divisions, of Ynle
lllslrlut, nni Inld over fnnn lliu 1st Novombor,
ISU, la llu- Isl .Iiillii, ISU?.
ISigiinill      0, -A. It. LiUIIII.Y,
lllllll t'nluiais.aiiilil'r.
A New Drug Store
Wo beg to inform tho public Ihal wo have
oponod our now Drug Store and solicit n sharo
nt their iiatlOliagO.
Buying drugs is entirely it matter of coiiii-
denee, ns hi no other biwlnow is sophistication
easier; nnr iluen nny ulher avenue afford m
roadyauteausof dUpostngof worthless articles,
Von can buy a pair uf hHooh for 91 or for $10-
ll Ib entirely a inatlei* nf quality. There is an
much difference in lhe quality of drugd as
I here is in slines, exeepl in purchasing 'nn1 ymi
can um* your own judgmonl, und in buying tin*
Other you arc entirely dependent upon Ihc integrity ntitl JtidgmoDl af lho druggist, In ono
0080 it is "iily a matlcr uf comfort anil up-
pen ranee, and in the ulher fruqiiontlyof llfo or
death.
If j mi wunl the purest and bust drugs obtainable wo solid! your patronago; if yon wunl
(he cheapest, wu cannot accommodate you.
If you need medicine, you need the bosl and
purest obtainable, compounded liy it skilled and
oxporlenced prescriptfonlflt, wilh tho musl
scrupulous caro and fidelity,
Human llfo may lie in flic balance and dependent on ihc prompt action of Lho romody
proscribed | and if ihe latter bo nol of standard
strength and purity lhe physician's skill is uf nn
avail, and I lie patient fails of improvement.
We carry a full line of patent modlclnos, invalids* specialties, toilet requisites, otc. in great
variety.
Mail orders receive prompl and careful attention, and any I lihig no! in stoek will ho procured at once without extra chargoa.
R. N. TAYLOR & CO.
The Prescription Pharmacy
QjtKENWOOl) Crrv, H. c
AT THE—
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C,
You will find nt reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
, llIUU!UUI.y,b) Mb.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Pkop.
This Spaca Reserved for
J. HAMILL
Furniture Dealer, Armstrong, B.
C, who sells more, cheaper and
better Furniture than any other
dealer in British Columbia. You
will be surprised if you enquire his
prices.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
City ani Boundary Falls, B, C,
WANTED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In the lJouudarj  Creek Utolrfcl lo know
(hatIhc
' Grocery
Ciiliiiiiliin -.iri-ii. Orecniroml rii.i. II. ... lm*
iilielli'il ivillni nice slnek uf UrOUIirllM, Cigar*,
Tiiliii. in. SliiliniiiT.i.ele.   Aralllsri-spreliiillr
anlieileil.
OLSON &PHELAN
H. WRIGHT
Anaconda, B. C,
Repairing Neatly and PromptlyDone
Orders by sWgo strWtly atWndcd io. Addre
Anacandfl Mercantile Cos store.
S. A. MUIR k CO.
liSiieeessuiv lu ll, N. Taylor)
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
Vernon, B. C.
Keep n KlrHI-OlaHS dlook uf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent .Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 IJIVKN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
rus-romei: mix 111.
4T. J. -vtrxtiTxi
x*x2tox*xtx 2. -j. or.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
The best hay and grain
raised in the Mission Valley
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Dilfereni Stage Lines.   Nc
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
-    ■    M Stabling
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . ,
MOUTH (IK IKH'K CKKKK.
EC.    Piti<*iiai*ie'3i,    IWCi4*jt-.
FHiST-Cl-ABS   A(,f,(iMMui»A'ria,v  run Qi'KaTSi
GOOD STABLING
itrKxcollwil H'lslilnit on Kotllo Itlror.ji*
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
"Waritita  for  Prices.
LIME! LIME!
If you wunl lo point up n euliiii,
plaster a hi.use or luiilil n foundation,
aa 11 foi' lime al
Geo. T, Wells'Lime Kiln
Olllei', H.-nilell ■<: Cn's Stow,
Boundary Fulls, H.C.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements,
NC1TIOB.
'I'm: t.KNi-aiTiix Mixi-ani. Claim.
Sltuato In Central Camp, Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK Hint I. .Iniill A. Ciii-yull, ns
ngonl for .1. Taylor, froo minor'-, eeniileiiie
Ne. llllll. nml lien. (V, Itllniuorgor, free miner's
tilieiile Nn ll'llll, inleml, sixty ilnys fnnn
Hie ilalo lioroof, In npi.l.v la llio Mlmng la*
[lor far 11 ITt-litii'llle of tllipi'OVUItlOtllH fnr llle
nttriiono nf obtaining u Crown uniiii tn ilm
ilana. elnlm.
Ami fui-llici- luke milieu tint! action,under
aeetiull 117, must lie eiiliiliieniTil bofoi'O Illl! Issil-
llli-e of audi ITI-Illleiilr nf inipnivi'iiilints.
llilteil llilmailli.liivnf Mnv, IKIli. i'i   i
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is theOwitralTowh'iiii-ISupply Poiul of tlm Boundary
Cieek Mliiiiij/ (Jainps, From ihis .Ven Town i-onils.
lenil inihe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and A'.wood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois nre Selliiiea I'Veely uml u     u (in.nl liivi'slineni.
Fur Price nf Ull** and Otlii'i- Infoi-inall \ililress
s-,U
Hamilton k IMillvray,
Proprietors,..,,
W.-sl   I'lllll nl 1/
.leinieil  Avini.in,    V ERNON.B.C.
White : Help: Only.
Plmt-CllUfl in Evory Itcspcrl.
Kviti Comfort uml Coiivonfonco,
Kreo Itus In uml frum All Trnina.
A Call Solicited,
<H_4t
j Stable  :   ii| : (-i)i|i|(*cti(in
IARMSTRONG HOTEL.
II.   KKYKS,  Prop,
ROBERT   WOOD, E ' * '■"	
(Ir ivnoil Cily, I!.nihil.iv Creek. II. ('.     K "''sl ■•■■l"*1''* awl V'murs.
Or .Apply In Aki-iiIs,
('. !•'. Costi'I'ton, Vernon, li C,
A. K. Stuart, Viincouver,  li. C
WINDSOR HOTEL
GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    ,
■   G. E. SEYMOUR -> CO., Piiops.
. . . STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
SlTiaiTI'.ll on  TlIK  Sl.ll.V  lllllll TII   COI-I'MI,
l'*""w i-kuaiik, oiito-v i. I..IMI Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
liAKK ..Nil Orlliai IIOTNIUIIV CltKKK CASH**.,
Firsl -CI.-issNliililine-,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
HALF WAY HOUSE
V.'.N^
KETTLE RIVER
vju'th i'i:x^
Marcus and Boundary ('peck Points
STACK STATION AMI-
(iOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Host Brands Liquors and Cigars
NOTIC!'...
Thk \\',,it K.itii.r. Minuiiai, Claim.
Situated In Greenwood Cnmp In tlie Kottle
Wvor Mlnlni! Division of Yalo District.
AKK NOTICE ilmi ..... Robert Doni-lcr,
,           i.i.......    a-	
T
. froo minor'H «■ I'tlftcnlo No, i!.'iL'fc", mil
ili'jiiniri it. .idliiiMiii, froo minor'H cor ll float e
Nn. ilJ.'IH, IllLoild, hxiv ilnv, fmm ||H< dnle
lioroof, to npply to lho .Mining Kboopdor for n
liorilftcaio uf Improvomont* fur ihe pur|iono nf
ii'itniiiiiiKii Urowtigratil to llio abovo atalin,
Ami furlhcr luke tiotloo Unit action, Ullilor
bocIIoii87, miwl in* commoncotl boforo lho i--
-niiiH'i' of Biieh i"i'ilili'iiii'(if linprnvoiiiontfl.
Ihlnl iiii*. :UJi ib) ot AtiiriHU UM. I
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-  - -  VERNON, H C  -  -  -
PADMOKE & PJ2KI-JS    -   -    -    Pl^OPRlETOK'S
Oooi*t*o Edwiirtls - - Proprietor
NOTICK i* Ii.t.-i.i glvon Ilmi. rfxlj ilm,
nfii-r linie. I ini. nil  iiplyto llle Chief
liiliilni--.inner uf Liiiiil. nml VvorKtl lot pcl-mls.
-Inn In |ill|...|.i-.. I lie (nllinvtng ileserilieil Illl. I
nf lu'iil. - mule iii ilie Miiiiinrii portion Of tlio
Omvuiwi iii.iiiniifViile,li.|rl.-l,iiiiliel'i.„iiiil.,.
nf l.i'ili-li Cnl Iii.i: All Hie unoehipfoil por.
Hull nf Hie lil-l lnill nf -eeliini 8,-toWlwlllpUl,
.uul nil II,e linoei liplisl pnrll f llie ensl Imlf
i f -i ell.in 7. Inn n-liip lill. .iililiiliiiim HI l (" re- •
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIORls£Srirn»^ SB21.TER  AND  RAILWAY. |    Tablet, Pass creek, J. Dawson,
Iihiig I.uke, Long Luke cauip, 0, II.
Rosslnnd .Miner: Tin- Trail smeller Stewart,
is nnw Ireiltliifr nyei li.-'l Inns nf Huss-;    Im-peilo. Kiinlieily cauip,   M.   Ma-
laud mi* per day. This uvi-iauii is hehiK j |,,.1Hy, G. Shipley and L. Wondwortb.
maintained wil hniil  tin- assistance i»f CBBTmoATKS Of 1VOBK,
nny  nf  tin- jt-verlterulnry  foroiici-s, I OCTOBER 28.
whieh huve all heen shut dnwn for lack i    Avion, Otto Dillier.
uf fuel.   Tliisslinrtiiue nf fuel III now i    Aliiiinlira, K. A. llii'li-iihi-rg and C.
uhiiul overcome.   When the liiuliillly J, Jjuiidy.
nfllie steiinihiial  e.inipaiiy In bundle     in, Lawrence, H. Wood, .1. W. II.
either cordwood nr ennl. iiwIiik In lhe Wood, I,. H. Pi-ather and ntlwis.
low stn|te nf lin- witter in lhe Cnlunihiii OOTOBEB IK),
river,   became npixiieni.  Mr. Il.-inzcj    Hamilton, Jl. T. Robinson, M, Gill'-
hit iiiiiiii n happy Idea.   Hi-bud several \ma\ :im\ _, c, McArlhur.
Uioiisiinil cords nf seusiiin-il wood upun i    Bank uf lin-jlnnd, Jl. 1). McLeod uud
lhe river lunik aliovn Trail.   How In ', nml J. Jlurshull.
Iiei il Inllie snii'lli'i' won I he problem. NOVEMBER 2.
Ileal   '.' devilled  lllinii lulls.   The,    (Inhl Drop, L, Bosshart, if. Dillmer
flrsl raft., cnnsi iiii'ted of i-i-dar lugs nud .,|ul j], (jarliind.
(■allying."id cords of iv.ion, arrived nt. NOVEMBER 11.
Trail  ihis week.   A  seeiuiil  mil  i.f     ii, .v., 1). A. Holbi-ook,
dnlllile lhe enpui-ity   is ex peeled down TltANSIj'ERS.
ill inlay nr two, and  if il  arrives ulli OCTOBER 28.
safely, us  ii  dniiliiless will, the fuel j   Miule 81 unit, J lull-real, Randolph
Hiipply of lhe smeller will lie ample lu BUmrLtoF. Felch,
to Iil'll))*  lhe Clipuclly  nl' lhe   presenl OCTOBER 27.
plum, up tnoUO liins.i day, McKinley, J Interest, F, R. Uiintz
The new iiini'biiii-i y. whieh wesl tiled ', to Ohas. Grant,;
lasl week hud been ordered, nilli-iwl     Whale, J Interest, Thos Walsh loD,
over $60,0(10 ut the faelory,   Including C, McArlbur,
Itiiliin Hdall'i I, inleresi, 1-1. Tilswnrlli
freight .uul duly, ihe machinery alone,
leaving llie buildings nud olher permanent wurk* oul i fiieeii.ini, will cost
Mia  Heinze a ennl $100,001),   The ea-
lii.l. K. .Inhnsiin.
OCTOBER 21).
Montreal, 4 Inleresi, ,1. Buyer to A,
pacify  nf ibe smelter  will  then he Audet,
nearer 1,10) ions than OX) Inns per day, i    Ottawa, S inleresi, G. Pelleut tn A.
judging Iinui the results obtained ilur
iug ilu* pasl I'orlnight.
A Ini. of new lulling stuck for lhe Cn-
I tt in 1 .in nnd Weslern railway is ex*
pectul in lm delivered al. Trail inside nf
iwn weeks, ll includes u Mogul engine, new passenger couches, und a lol
of nre und hux ears. This equipment
will all huve In he hroiighl. in liy way
of Nelson, ihe curs being loaded nn
barges Iwiee: nl Five .Mile poinl mi
Kootenny lake, I'm- transfer from llie
Nelson and Fori Sheppaid ruilwuy in
the Ciiliunlii.i and Kooteriuv,andngiilli
ill lhe iiiiiiii li nf lhe Knnlcnuv river.
FLOURS     -t^FLOUR We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
ft
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands lot-
sale : Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and .Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money ill the district. Our llour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B, C,
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, - Tinware -ani - Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oiii?  S-fcocls:  of
Audet.
Accidental, J interesl, G, P, Minis In
R W. Johnston,
Hi. Louis, J interesl,.). B, Desruslers
lo li. Buckley.
Greyhound, all inleiesl, W. .1.Harris
and P. Walsnn loT. II. Ausley
(Iold Drop, all interesl, J. Helu tn 1-'.
C. limes.
Liltle Buffalo, •)  inleiesl, .1. II. Morrison lu G. A. Uuiidt.il,
OCTOBER 111).
New Jack of Spades, 1-12 interest, 0,
Viieher 1../,. C.illiy.
Aleiina,  J  interesl,  Jl.  Grie tn P,
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Conk Sieves, Wuudenwiire, Sash
nnd Doors, Puinls awl Oils, has been selected to meet lhe
requirements ,,f the counlry, und will he found most complete.
Specialties
Jessop's Steel  (any size); San  Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
§pj   Jototoixrg:   Sliop
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m
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt, nnd Careful Attention ul a Reasonaiile Figure,
W.J. Armstrong & o., tlio Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
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RAILWAY, MINING AND ||
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m AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
The Kettle Biver Country
!<£S§   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
below llle rapids, lnr Irausfel In Trail. I iMntlinn.
i Actual Residents. jj&W
'"or Particulars -Apply to   t&f.
inleresi,   M,
New  St,   .Mamie
(lire lu P. .Mullein.
New .luck of Spades, 1-12 inleresi, 0!. I „,.M
Vacher In C. ('. Sands. ',?&&
New .luck of Spades, 1-12 interesl, C. | jjjgj
O, Sands to M, Gire, ralSS*?!
i   i    , ,        i     ,■      ,        i      New  Sl.   Jlaill'k-e,   i   inleresi,   K
corded, showing iiuu the Greyhuiind  ,  „ ,, ,,.
                                    . I Lefevre to Jl. (lire.
,     ,   , ,   i       , , OCTOBER 111
cuuip, had cliunireu hanils Iur the sum      „      ,  	
r cioitr, i> ii rii        l-ree Silver, 1 inleiesl,   K. II. rnrrei
111 t-illl.10), llle null ins  1ll.-n.1Mll'' nl llle ,,.   ,   ,,       ."
,   .      ,, ,,.,,,     .    Iii \\. .1. Harris.
properly bring Messrs,  \\. .1. Ilurna
und  I''. Watson nf  Russland, nnd llr
I"
A
Arrangements have also been perfected
to keep the ruilrnud in Trail clear of
snow ull winter.
       St.	
GREYHOUND   SOLD.
On the Mill ull. uhill nf sale wus re.
iiiiled, showing iiuu lhe Grcyhuiiw
claim, which is sil mil nil iu Denilwuoil |
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIE9
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
vniwrORKS
".': ;',"".,'.',",'I    w nen applying ror crown grinds fori T -j-  -^——---«. T
iny purchasing being n Mr,  I. II.   mi -ul claims, requesl Uml  llle name    LJ f   |    |     H    |
naley of Luiidon, England, he advertised  in The ADVANCE, tin-    |   1  \_J   _     ___ •
 ,h ■ olllcliilly   recognized   paper   uf   llu* ^*^ *
1, tad Forks, B. C.
M. I''. I-'OI.Crl-IH, PBOFBTETOR.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
Bfo Cliinese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
RAINBOW   MINE.
districl;,
The 11 -liiihuw mine near Liiinnisloi
AVusli., bus siurii'il  up ngiiln, after
I'onsidumiiie period of i liviiy. TheI   General Blacksmith
new  uianum. ul  have pul  ipiile a;
number nf men to work, and il is their MIDWAY, B. C,
pill pose to push duvelupinu III;iisspi-eddy
us possible,   .Mining  in   Ihul purl nf
Wushlnglon slate i* cerluinly looking
up, and il is sluleil before long work
will in- commenced mi several ulher
claims in the snme iirighhiirhuod,
 4 * 4	
KETTLE  RIVER  MININ*   DIVISION.
I). McDUl
All Kill's uf Work I'xooutod In lliu Slllls-
(ill.'l illll llf (lllSllllllOI'S.
tnis_j. ,yf_i
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,  (^aodiil tabling, -Tei'tnimis of Stuge Une
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY d LUNDY, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAUSON,  KETTLE   111VE1I.   II. ('.
(§) (§) CEO.  P. MIMS, Proprietor.
•0-3Psa.3o.ti Porks, ^. O.
STRICTLY piRST (^LASS,
(t) JERMS S1.50 AND $2-00 PER DAY.
mmWmWtf____^^__Wm^mk^^fl^UlimmillWfni^^^t*~^n^^^ miiiB^^t24W/rU4.+-*'x.-*vw\n9**fW>^m*xm^m*~.
'jProspeetops' Livery, Feed and Sale States;
Grand Fo.-ks, H. c, Bciow the Bridgo. ]Situate in tlie Immediate Vicinity of tlie Boundary Creek Mines,
iLivery Teams. Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses r. , . .,, ~ ~s~ —,.   n...   C4   ,.
j       J ' First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.   Stage Lines
Record or mineral Locations for me week! .....»,=....,;. tiay, c*-ain and Wood for s.ile. !   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
En ttlnir Noveinlini-.1  isifi Sliowlnjnf the Dates anil Places of Courts \tr\ • r-      A 11      T7"      1 I***. *    Ij
",,,„„.„.• ofAfUirtK .■ (»,.*•■,.nu re,. , Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty, mclaren bros. .      .      ..     proprietors
111 """'•II -'■ or mill General (Inol Delivery tor tlio                         °                                                                 *                  •/
Hill Top, Hanly creek, T. .1. Iluukle |     year 1800,
ami It, Daiisnn. ,-ii.i, assisu-s.
Oiiliirin,    Kiniherly   cnmp,   .).   T. I Clinton 'riitii-Bdny21th Soptombor
| n |lu,, ! Iliehllelil Mon ilny, Slli Soplonibw '.
Ilnininion, Kiinlmrly eninp,  I). Mc-1 ,K"",loopa M.i,,,l,,.i-,.-,il,ii,.|„i„.,.
. .i. j l.viinn li-riilay,DiliOcUilior
'''"' j Vernnn Moiuluy, 12thOctober
liali liny.  Kiniherly cuuip, J, T. Ir- New* Wostiulstor Tuesday, iinl Novombor |
vine. | Vancouver Monday,(till Novembe
..Tuesday, 17th Novonilie
.Tuesdny, 'ilili Novombu
TA.XiX.XS
Cileilnniu.  ICIlllberly cainp,  1). Ml:- Vlclorl"
i , , ,, .,, ; N'iiiii.iinii
Iaiui and .1. ti, Shearer. ,.
(in',t Hlil'""' K *'-ly ''""P'J- 8' j THE  NATIONAL
Sheurer,
IliKbliiud Chief, Kiniherly c,i,np,D.   MATTE     SMELTER.
Mi l.e.-in.
llriiish Uoluiiihiil,   Kiniherly rump,
,1. IS. Sheurer nnd .1. T. Irvine.
AI'll.M lil'.M, AMI NIMI*1,K Jl UT Illll)
of iiiulttiig sulpbtdo ures. such an iitoko),
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
fi.inel,  Kiniherly cainp. 11. McLean  enpper, gold uml stiver ores.   In   ini-iiiiiii
 i  1   i^   yi,     . ! ivlierc llliul ures mill fuels ure .aeiiree lllld lit-)
nun .i. d. .-sin ai ei. moH| imanolnablc, uui pvrlllc, water Jnokclod
Miiple  Leaf,   Kiinberly Cainn,   D,  Mntto Smoltor bus been reoogntait with highly
... '          Hiltsfaotnry reunite, and has been thoroughly
■'I- ■Lean. I ii'sieilnii various pvrltic, sulphide and arsonldo
TbisllcKiu ■lycan,p„I.S,SI,earer. fTfft&TglS^ft.iVariWSS^SSSSnSSi
(M-;i|iliili',   Kiiulii-i'lv   cum|i,   .i.   I'.' inolbofl nf golfl and silver oro iiiiiiliiijraiiilnin-l
I-.,       i i COntVllttllKtlml IskllOWI] li)-;hiv.
I1'""1". ;   ll roquliw nn oxlmimllimry .-kill, no loiul
M(iKK»»'. Bliiwu'fi milJli, .f. (i. Wiiulil.; "™S '|(' fux*'W matorta], ami, no fuel of any j
1 *     I kniti for ilu* Binellor iiftu- ii is Bturlod, Tin'
siilphui' in lIn* nn* is it« mil mul fuel only, und !
iisi'u.-ii luianocomparifioii wUiiaiiy olliorpro-
\Vfl ure propnreil i" funilsli any sixo orca-
piiclly ilium comploto io substantial mining
bflopfc, nol il up nnil fni-iiish our uii'ii tn nn
,.      (;      ||       fill' llll'lll till I'llsV piVJ'lUOIilS,    I'fii'l's llllll Bppclll*
"I*'   u   "' , niii.ni*. fnnilslii-l witli raforonces anti LoHtl*
Crnpli-y. j ni'iniiilstiti nppUcal
-MiK-kii ,   Uh'uiiwuml   inuiip,   t'.l National Ore &. Reduction Co
Riimvfloii nml ,1, ti. OhliM'L. WMDioltoiiham Avenue, Sl, Louis, w\<
OlKH, Ommwouil cump, J. G. Olili-rl.
Oordmi,   Kiitilii'i'ly   i'iiiii)),   M,  'I.; con
iluliiiiaiiii Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
Vukitnu,  Kiinberly  camp, VV, W.,  ^^ o«*:g.
Mi-Cu-ly. t"---WK       BfOTICBJ.     ' """""^
Siiiniyside, Kiinlieily camp, W. W, 	
Mcfuriy. fo w. H. Norris, .1, P., mul ll. 0, Nld.
OCTOIlBII 81, |,.v, ,|, i>.
Ulicii, Grand Forks, I*. Ilannun und1   Gextlumusi I bog to horoby give you notice
11^ ^ (.,„,,,,„ ! Uml I li.leiul.ul Ihp.uoxl nltlliigof tin- Llcoiw
WO CAHLOADS JUST ARRIVED
Lizzie, Brown's cninp, I. (I. Wiixbt.
Linle BiilV.iln,  IKaidnnnii cuuip, .1
Moriison,
OCTOBER SO.
Losl Jewel,  Bum
-■s/V
—^UPHOLSTERING*^
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
s\^
THE FASHION
FEED - IdVEJty - fifSfl ■ 5/l,E - SABLES
JREENWOOD CITY.
Alii s   ii h nd Good Single and Double Drivers, Ludies'
ui      e i. .men's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
^*ar?tj*fti>«a*wj**a,*^**8BraiWiy
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses, Ladies'
.-4^     gentle double and single drivers ami saddle horses.    Horses
__KTUrU,%£l4'£li^f* 'm.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
aiTHE-
: PIONEER-HOTEL
- boarded by the week or month.    Hon stalls if desired. Horses
I broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Greenwood Citv, Boundary Creek, B. C.
We bnve jusl opened the abovo hotel nl Cil-ei-nwiiod Cily, and nre prepared
to weleonie Kiiesls and provldu good neciiii ilation.   (Iiiod Culerinea,   l-'irsl ■
class Livery Stable.
WOOD & WESTEL  . .  PROPRIETORS.1
.Iinui (iiui-iinii.il), Klinherlv cnnin J. I Il.o Osoyoos dlvlKlon uf Valo district, I
,   ,,   ..        ,  ,  „,  ,. .. '      | for n Itconiic fnr thu salo of llqoi
Ing Court, to lie hold (or ilu* lowor porlioi
 I.le.'l'
in, pro
.1. Martin nml .1. T. Kelly.                    I Hcsnniir Ciunp Melliunei.
Vancouver   (fr-ncliuiiiil).    Kiniherly OctoberW IW             J. 1*.McCit'DDV.
lam,p. .1. S. Marlin ami .1. P. Kelly.        ' ' ""  ,",'', ,','' ,
SOVKMBEB 2 NOTICE.
Wlndfor, I'u,ii.l..me camp, .1.  P.|
Flmxl,                                                    ! MOTICEIs horroby given that, sixlv day
....             ,,,,,,              , 1.   after dato hereof, t Intend to apply to thi
Li , I'i-      .ii..	
11. I. I'aniela.li.
lava
creek, II. .1. Hauler und; iVnor'abTe d"o"Chief"eonimMoiiorof'ijiuda
i ini't VVorks In' ptTiiii-.iiin In purchiiHO une
I liiiiiilreil nml ai\i i seres, inm o or li as. .,f Intnl.
Tnlrii, Pass creak. It. .1. Ha r und : Bitunto In tlie Ojosoon lllvlnloiiof Ynlo DlRtrlct,
,,  , ,. in Hi, I'u. i ii if British i nl.iiiii.lii, vis.:
••••'• - ■' n. !   t'nniincnoliigat the nuiili .ve-i enr ofllie
Li.nl .li », Puss creek, li. .1. limner  northwest quai'lov of -e.-llnii nlnolcon, town*
, -hip nlxty-nlglit, running thonco north tivonty
nml It. .1.'. .unci i.n. , clmlim,tlienca easl forty ohalm, thonco raillh
u,,,.;,,., p, .,. i   i.' I   ^t.-e,,^        slsly chains, moro or less, to lho north bank of
rjoiilll.il, lusaiiaes. ll, usih.s.       Kottloilvw,tluiictin ii iiortli-.vesterlydlroo*
NOVIUMBKlt li. tiuii. following meatiderlngsof river a. pi.im of
...     ,, .    ...   .. „     .      '. n„ iiiaii-eraiini.      ItlOlfAUllJ DA.VIE8,
Jin.,, Mori i .y creeli, \\. i. K.ua is.    .   i atci;liii 12th day of IS iptombor, ISM.    2
9th
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.    All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
W, Gardner, Proprietor,
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION*TRADING COT
Carson, B. (',, and Reserval Ion Store, Nelson, Wash,
General .7 Merchandise
KELOWNA, B. C,
£^_______w_____m_m________________i   i
Vmi can now jiurchmo rjodat' panel iloors, bonuMi'tilly niiulo unil flntoliuil: window wwh,
latlia, elitnglcanml nil nilior klndsuf lioiwc (urniahlngB, iit'tho Okaiiasnn flawmlll. Rough ntnl
drosBod lumber L-oiiRtntillf nn hand. Oiildra from Kotllo Rlvor district solid tod nnd prices
fnniibhoil upon application tn
X, B.—Sftflhnnd Doors nl Ooaal Prions, witli Slight Advance to cover cost of freight*.
tt.  I*X2%$UIMlX1, FHLOX*.
And Millers' Oi.it(Its uf nil descriptions,  Our stock is large
und complete and we believe ynu will Hnd
Our  Prices an  Object
It' you wish to save money,   Give us an early call,   Fair
and square denlii-.g is our motto.

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