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 THE  ADVANCE.
■ii
Vol. IV, No. 3.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
ts.
DoulorH   :   In
BOOTS,   %  SHOES,   #   CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
We have just received a CARLOAD, and
we are selling the same at surprising-
GROCERIES:    ly low pricks.  %      %      %
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
W. T. Shatford k Co.,   Fairview, • Cainp McKinney, ■ Vernon.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan
. *
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
(iiiod Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQTJITVEE   J3XC.O-S.   &   CO.
KEL OWWA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc,
Orders frum the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt Attention.
Price* Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH & CLBRIN, 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.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,
Sash and Door Factory en C. P. R., Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on band at Reasohable Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POWERS,  Proprietors.
H. C OARGILLan°CO.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
JH,  0.  CJAWG-IW. Ai CO.,       . ABMBTBOWO
w.
M. COCHRANE,
SOLICITOR .SlTllKMK COURT,
Notary Public, ConveviWokh, Etc.
Olllee: Gilmoro'e llliick, Barnard Avenue,
VKRNON, ■ II. 0.
pitEl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office i Martin's. Block.
Vbbnon, B.O,
CORBES M. KEHHY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.S.C.F,.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, ll.d.
nr e.oroweUi,
TRONSON ht., VERNON,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P II. LATIMER,
VKRNON, 11. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land  UnrTeyor.
Mem. Amor Soojrrlg, Hugs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKIINOX, II. 0.
Latk nr
St. Thomas Hospital,
LONIION, llMI.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, 11. 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
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VEIINON, II. (J.
—Jft.fr03a.-t.  iCaar—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits,
Nlcholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
The Okanagan-Spalliiiiiiiccii Dists.
FOB
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London ,1c Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
argentiferous copper ores.       | bail li.-oii iluiu' without attaining the
  desired goal.   A clinnge of plan was
In the foremost rank of silver pro-1 Hk-ii decided upon and work was com-
duciug mines in West Kootenay
stands lbe .Silver King, it differs in
two essential particulars from all the
other great wealth producers of the
cnuntry, lirst in the tuudi' of occttr-
reniT uf the uru, nud seennd, iu tlie
nature of the ore!
I suppose every bully connected with
mining huro knows thai tin Silver
King uru occuis iu large masses and
mil iu tlie fm an ul u hue fissure
vein willi distinctive walls, ns is usual
in the Slocani and Ihal tbe ore consists iu ilie main ul' what is commonly
tallied peacock cupper ure. Alliiinigli
il. musl be admitted lhat llle lerni pea-
cock ure is very appropriate, il is uul
strictly correct, as in mluernlngical circles the inline is usually given lu lill II-
Ished cupper pyrites, which lias assumed uu iridescent appearance fnnn
exposure to lbe air. Il ia more correctly described as variegated copper
ure.
If you are furliinate enough lo discover a pieceof this mineral showing
crystallization you will observe that, it
Is composed of perfect cubes ur nclu-
biiilruns, it is however comparatively
rarely found ill tins condition, being
musl frequently massive,
II shows a copper red ur brown color
un a freshly cul surface, but quickly
tarnishes until it presents thai beautiful characteristic appearance with
whieh we are all familiar,
It is very brittle ami although much
lighter tliuii galena, its specific gravity
varying fruln II lu iij, il ia Blight ly
harder than I bat mineral. It bus a
general metallic appearance and a
slreiik which ililTers frum its color, being if a pale grayish black. Itconlalns
wlien puie the siiiue eleini'iils ns copper pyriles, liiimely, cupper, irun and
sulphur; but whereas copper pyriles
cuulains only bM per cent, uf cupper,
bui'iiile, nr eriibeseite, as this mineral
is called, frequently contains 70 and
rarely Iul » below fill per cent., being
sometimes replaced by a cnnsiderahle
quantity uf silver, its in IlieSilvci King
nil'.
It fnrins very valuable copper deposits in Chili, Peru, Mexico, Germany and several piirtii "f the United
Slnles i cupper lieing nuw worth in I he
ui'ighbnrhiiut! nf 12 cents a pound,wilh
tin upward tendency, hut afler nil its
commei'cial importance in Ihisprovince
depends iu a gieat
ver which il contaiiiH.
A nnl ber mineral of great value which
is found iu considerable quantities in
llie Silver King is what is kiinwn as
gray copper nre. This mineral is met
will) in pnyiiigquunliliesiii IbeSliieiin,
constituting ns it dues lbe uillitl source
of the silver ill the Hest. inine and
others ill that region, it is called alsu
fabler-/, uml lelinbedi'ile, llie latter,
which is its generally accepted nnine,
from the fact uf ils crystals being
mostly iu Ihe form nf uimlilled tetrahedrons, It is usually found iu the
massive state, with ti sleel gray ur iron
black color and slrenk. ll lias ahout
the same specific gravity us variegated
nienceil nn vvli.it is known as the old
Yale shaft, This shaft is nuw dnwn
108 feel, uml iu order in continue the
work, better appliances were net-es-
siny, hence the big pump recently
Imili by the Albion Iron Murks.
The pump weighs i\ I mis. If lhey
ever reach bed-rock 'hey expect to
strike it exceedingly rich,—Kootenny
Mail.
 ► .4	
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations tor the Woek
Ending November 13.
7. Teuible, Wellington camp. .1. A.
Al. .1 in i kin.
8. Hear Trap, Wellington camp, U.S.
Fraser,
8. Silver Bell, Wellington camp, U.S.
Fraser,
fl. Primrose,   Deadwood   camp,   ,1,
Scholield.
12. Bald Hagle, Christina creek, 11.
Sbrlmpton.
12. Antelope, Christ ina creek, Thomas
Barrett,
12. Old Sieve. Grand Forks, S. San-
ford.
12. Miilnuvk, Brown's eamp, H. .Ma-
Miller.
111. Columbia, Deadwood cninp, K. A.
Bielenheig.
CHRTII'lCATES OP WORK,
I). Tip Tup, ,I.C. linns.
TItANSl'I*RR
7. Colorado, 1 Interest, J. Meyer to
B, Burgnnder,
7. Alice, 1 Interest, I). I). McLaren to
.1. Meyer.
7. Idaho, j Interest, .1. Meyer lo Mrs.
.1. 11. Gallagher.
8. Silver Bell, all inleresi, 11. S.
Fraser lu W. ,1. Porter.
9. Agnes, 1 inleresi, S. Hennernian
nml .1. A. Frank tu James B.
Junes.
I). Anaconda,  J Interest, Thus. Me-
Dm II in W. G. McMynn,
11. Lake View, !. Interest, O.L.Thomel
In R. Wood.
11. North   Stui',  J   Interest,   ('.   I,.
Tl icl lu R. W I.
II. Jumbo, J inleresi, .1. S, Reed tod.
B, Stuart,
 ► • *i	
THE SILVER KING SMELTER
Tlie sile nf llie smeller for lbe Silver
King mini- is n scene nf activity, Ore
bins nre being erected, und excavating
sine nn llie sil- fur llie foundations uf lhe smeller is
being pushed ; the railway spur Is being guided mid trestles built, nnd lhe
tramway is almost completed, Men
are shoveling earth, breaking stone,
framing timbers antl bossing, innil.
about 100 men are employed. Must of
the rock work on the railway spuria
completed, and Foreman Kelly will
snon have his men on the big side cut
nil the bluff In Ihe IUU 111 nf llle smeller
site. A bridge gang is erecting llie big
trestle opposite tlie railway round*
liniise. It is said Ihnt the smeller will
be lu .iperalinn by January 1st. Nelson Tribune, •
4.4      	
RECEIVER APPOINTED.
copper, bul is sometimes cousldeialiiy
HARRY  A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
iSuccessor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
acm-wA-r, x*. o.
RATES: Gold, Sllvor,or Lend, $1.00 each;
Copper, $1.601 Iron, $2.00-, Gold,
Sliver, and Copper, $3.00. Other
rates on application. Samples from
n ill.'.lnliiai will receive  prompt attention,
| harder, although il  is veiy nearly
brittle.
It varies greatly in composition, lifting normally a sulphide uf copper and
antimony, containing 86 in III per eenl.
uf eupper, but part uf the cupper is
often replaced by silver, inni. zinc nr
mercury, nnd neensinnully by tin, lend,
platinum ur gnld, Arsenic is nearly
always present in quantities varying
from a trace up lu 10 per cent, and
gray copper containing bismuth is nut
altogether unknown.
Iu rare instances silver utmost entirely replaces lhe enpper,suinuliines
forming IKI pel' ('('id. nf lhe whnle, bul
as a rule, Ihe uru will be found tu cnu*
, lain from 2 Iii HI pei cent.
Vnu will thus see Ihal II Is practically Impossible iu tell nil Hie contents
nf uuy paiilciilnr specimen of gray cop-
pot' ore without lh'1 'd ul a ctunplelc
chemical nnulysis.
Tbe nre is worked ,or bulb silvernnd
Owing In differences nf opinion as In
how the coulracl on the wurk uu the
Trail smelter shuuld   be curried nut,
Mr. Andeisnii yeslerdny petitioned lhe
Kootenay comity cuurt   fnr lbe up-
! pninlinciil nl'a reeeivei In wind up lbe
affairs nf tin- cninpnny,   Thepelitlou
was granted, nnd  'I.  L, Tiiriuey, nf
j Kpstcin. Tnriuey A- Co,, wus nppnliiletl
' j receiver,   Mr. Turiney luis advertised
forbids fnr lbe construction nf ibe
1 frnine work nf   ibe Smelter,--Trail
11'reek News.
...
AN OLD ABUSE CONDEMNED.
.lodge Cornwall, ill delivering sen-
leiue nt Ashcroft recently, on ,1, II.
Glover, convicted of uttering false
iloiiiinenis iu tbe shape <>f money
orders, tlie face value of which had
been raised, suid :
" I cannot allow ibe opportunity tn
I puss of iiiiiimulveiiiiig ou lbe system
now lu vogue with llie large mining
Send Your Order to-********.--
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well Improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
enpper wherever ll is b I, ilu- chief I companies currying on theiroperalIons
places being Saxony, Bohemia, Spain, 1 m u,,. c,,>i... nml adjoining tlisirlcis
I Ohlll, Mexico nnd the United Stales.    Uf this upper c y of paying Iheir
! There is another mineral called laborers or working men by cheques
slrouieyerilc consisting entirely nf „,. m\m •„,. mtm,y ,|,,m, „n lbe
Ihe sulphides uf silver nml ruppet, 1 bundqiiMi-lviii of Ilm vuinpniiifH In Vtm-
W. DALIIVMI'LK
Greneval    BloolimmUli
PAIRVIEW, H.C
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
.Specialty.
which, when pure, yields 11H per eenl
silver, but ns ii usually eonlalns a
large quantity uf the pure cupper sulphide, lbe silver unly averages fnnn 11
to IK) percent, li is nu ill ' nf very
slight occurrence, bul det rvlng uf
mention uu account uf its richness,
New Denver Ledge,
 1- • -•	
LAST CHANCE, ON McCULLOCH CREEK.
The owners uf lhe Last ('bailee, un
McCtllloch creek, arc showing their
laiili in lhe property by llio commend-
able persistency with wliieli they nre
prosecuting operations There have
lieen Ihnusnuds of dollars sunk iu tills
mine nt different limes by different
outfits, ll) cll'iuls in reach bed-rock,
Tunneling to the extent nf 2,800 feel
(■Oliver or lbe lower country. This
uielhnd is prejudicial iu theexlreuie In
ihe mini receiving I be price nf bis labor
mul tn lhe merchants, traders and
hotel keepeisof I he country, Tbe issue
nf Ihese orders for absurdly small
sums (snme nf llieni fur twu nr I hive
dollars) works liniaii In the recipient in
lie's way I Tu cash such oiilers be
necessarily   Incurs  expense j be musl
either buy snmelhlng which possibly
be may imt require, ne be must submit
in the iclciiliou on lbe purl nf lbe
party finding lhe money ut a certain
percentage ns dlsciiunl. Instead nf
having in bis pm-ket the few dollars of
cash which would enable him wllhhul
trouble to himself or In llinsu wilh
whom be bus dealings, liiniuke bis way
to any locality to whieh be is hound,
j be bus to circulate at a lust tn himself
uud nn profit In any um.' else these
small ami usually dirty scraps nf paper
Whicli, although good enough when
presented ai the place of payment
when properly Indorsed, hare yet no
legal value in circulation.   Again, lhe
' issue of ihese orders gives opportunity
to evil-disposed persons jusl BUI'll as
. luis been seized liy the prisoner before
iina The I wn orders fnr iiinney wliieli
he ha* altered were bulb uf Ihem so
carelessly drawn thai nu difficulty attended their alteration,   Bnlhnf thein
war iginully drawn fur $8.   ln each
the ward eight wm lefl with a space
after It, permitting tho may addition
of lbe letter V which made it 'eighty,'
uml in each there wns ample space fur
ibe addition nl ibe cypher which
changed llie numeral'S' intu '80."
"line cm iiiidei stand llie convenience
in tbe companies nf thus paying for the
labia- lhey employ, Inc in Ihis way, at
the expense nf others, lhey avoid tbe
expense of carrying iipcnshwllh which
In meet (heir indebtedness, and alsu
avoid Ihe necessity nf keeping comparatively largo sums nf money by
ibein; but ihe Inconvenience In the
public generally has been much felt
during llie past few months,   Hanking
1 conveniences in traders and others ina
considerable way nf business are uf
j Ihe utmost value, bill an order for.$,'l
or $30 to laboring men, payable at a
point 100 uill.es nwny, is a nuisance lo
him and a trouble and luss tu Ihose
called upon to deal with It, aud without wishing lo say anything piejtidl*
I cial tn the interests nf the great, energetic and responsible companies concerned, 1 du hope ilial iu coming years
the laborers will refuse In accept as
payment for tholr services anything
Imt gnnd nnd lawful eiiinnf the realm."
 ...	
AFRICA NO GARDEN OF EDEN.
1    W, Golden dunming writes under
dale of J iily 7th from British Central
Africa.   Mr. dimming is prospecting
fur gnld and has found plenty Of gold-
bearing quartz, but (on far in thein*
terior to be worked profitably,   He
will l el urn tn Edmonton as sunn lls
I possible, bul expecls in have to light
Ibis way  out,  ns  Hie  natives iu lbe
vicinity are very bnslile.   He says the
j cnuntry is nn Gitrduti nf Eden and is
| fever-stricken, -Edmonton Bulletin,
 1- • 4	
GRANITE I'REEK NEWS.
W. I,. Hogg, nf the Tuluuicen Hydraulic company, came in mi Wednesday morning by way uf Spence's Bridge
nn Ilis way in Vancouver. He out unly
confirmed (be statement about the
$110 nugget found at Granite creek,
1 but brought iu the mass uf gold ilsclf.
1 which lie boughl from Die Benson and
partner, wlio tound il while sluicing iu
llie creek below the ditch for the Tula-
ineeii company, The nugget weighs
in oz, 111 dwt., and Is of nbout $180 com-
; niiTcinl value, bul as a specimen tvnulil
; be worth aboul $21 an tiunco,   This
nugget Is I of lbe largest Hint has
been found iu Brillsh Columbia. The
surface is wnrn smuutho nnd il has Ihe
nppeut'iince of n potato,
Tbe Stevenson Gnld nnd Platinum
company bus lis flume uud dilt-li
nearly cnmpleted and will be ready fur
washing iu lbe spring.
The Tnliiineen ciimpnuy bus been
prospecting its gravel bunk willi a
hi nil 11 hydraulic plant, and hus had
very satisfactory returns,* Ashcroft
.Mining .luuimil.
sc-i
SNOWSHOE AND BIG COPPER BONDED.
W. T. Sinilh, whn bus charge nf lhe
Interests of Farrell k Midgeun, bus
purchased nulrlgbl Un* Snowshoe
claim in Greenwood cninp, paying
therefor $10,0001 also a half Inleresi in
ilu- llie Cupper, In Clipper cninp, for
which be | aa a I $18,000, ll Is reported
Ihnt lbe lliiivbiile wns mini her pur.
chase, but ibe price paid could mil be
naccrl llllll il.
John R. Toole bus ordered a sle.iui
lioisl I'm lbe  Winnipeg, lbe i'lniiii re.
..iiiI> bunded by him.   li will I	
llie ground uml iu upi'rntlini by Ilia
Ihal nf ibe jeiir. All lhe men ure employed on ibis claim that can coll.
vcnlenlly be worked; uthers will be
nililrd In 'he force as Insl us room cnn
be made fur Ihem. Tbe Gulden Crown,
suid lo be one of lhe best properties in
thelllsll'li'l, bus alsu been blinded fur
ubiiul $85,000 liy Mr. Tunic, This claim
Is ileal the Winnipeg and Calumet,
On the North Furk nf Kettle river
claims are lieing staked, many nf them
in slghl of Grand Forks, (lu one
claim lhe miners slnrl in on solid
mineral at the surface, Spokesman-
Review.
[According In terms specified 111 Iiiii
option nf fluibase ou ihe Suotvshoo
uud nne liulf inleresi in the I'leniv
claim, tlie price stipulated ivas $50,000,
nud Ibis wns ninth' payable nu nr lie*
foio the l.'nli of Decemliui', The abuve,
therefore, is evidently mil collect or,
if sn, lbe properly hns changed lunula
at a ridiculously but- llgurr    liu.J THE ADVANCE.
ing fund an.I maintenance, to which
we lime every  rensnll  to believe the
w. II. NOIIHKS Prociiiistor government, Veaniin municipality and
Published  weekly  nl  Midway,  H.c       fipalluinebeen council will contribute.
Subscription Prloo. $2.00por ai i, payable The present elfnil is tn determine if
In advance.olther yearly or half-yearly at the .,,      ,   . ,
uptli filiesnliairiliei-. 1 possible wliul uiuoimt we mny rely nn
AdvertisingItatessent pplioatlon. ] fur liuililing and mainliMUince, uud we
Though Hi" inliiiiina „( Tin; Ai.v.isik ore ,   , lmlv „„], ..„„ ,„ ,. ,.||mle ui'iiion.
jilwnis opon an- tli.- discussion nf manors nt      *      •        • i
puhlfo biieri-ii and iiiiiiiii'iaiirc. wc ilo not ncc* ally, but lu promote the laudiilileeuorl
On^d^ "ic  it..p<ut»m« n  nil
published, i whom you think will lie in n position
       —               — In help us.   We niny mid ibal Mrs,
T McNICOL ®®%%m®m®®m mMmm^m
Hi   Hi   Si
4,1        4,1        4,1
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IT. ELLIOT
Era
MONDAY, XOVI'MUEH IS. 1806,
In help us.   \\'e niny mid Ibnl Mrs.    T I
(lieeiihuw has given a site nud prom* TS    i'S     A
st ha GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
ffi®
•'•? Largest and best-assorted stock in the M
lill
: .   AeroMlntliUipouolndl-
■ icat-oa tlml your 8ii fuiurlpl lon
: .tu LUIbpaperliiwoxyirwl.
iscil  in   t'ni-nisli  one  liedroom,  Mm.
O'Kecfo and Uiu W, F. Uniiieron also
huviny | hoi ii i*f ed lodolbuPtinne,
Wi» Imld nn ex mil ive iiici'ting oni
""'' December, nnd will he glad to    at Lumbermen's Overshoes
lit'iir fr*nn yon prior to Mini date.
ofLJI
THE I HOW'S NEST llol TB,
in llu,- Spokesiuiiii-lluileu  ol' ;i ie*
Mns. ('. VV. 1bKMHD.1t I . s
Mbs. W F. Camkbon,/'1 '  "•■
Vernon, 01 b Nov., 1805,
H.i
4.1
* Si,
Tu he hold in the Gram) Prnlrlo Ctiiirch
(ill Tllillsilny ineiiitij,'. Nnf. 21, Tliiiliks-
giving Ilny, nt K p.  in., uonslstlllg nf
Songs, Recitations, Etc.
Aftor ivblcli a Ileal Thanksgiving Sup-
pi'l' will lie s|ii'i'iiil.   All nre col'llilllly
invited. Tickets .''i cents, cbtldron free
Come Single. Come Double.
eenl  dale, ,a ruprescnlulive nf thai  r.raiui   ,  ,
paper claims I" have received dlrecl
Infnriniiliuu from n high nflleinl of ilm Thanksqtvina
Canadian Pacilic railway in Iheelfecl
Ilinl prubiilily nexl siuuiuer lliu Ciiiin- 30Cja]
ilinii   Putilie  may  build Ihioiigb Ihe
ou's iNi'sl puss.   Il, |s hardly necess-
y In gosul'ni- nli.ll In suck such in-
I'liiuiiiiiiu, as imduiibtedly ii 1ms been
lbe inleiilioii for some time pusl In
curry uut at lhe earliest npportuntly
this much iieeili'il und great Impruve-
inenl liilllell'l'iiiltlilj svsleui. Wllelher
il is in i.s mil llie lutein Inn of the C. |'.
I! innuiigeineiit Iiicuuiliience Ibectin*
si i mi inn nf lbe road nexl siuniner,une
thing isi-ci'tuiu. mul lhat i, ii cannot
with piuflt be put nil' much lunger if
III,'.!'. P, II, Wllllltl Wish tn derive llle
gl'Clllcsl llllllllllll nf benefit from llle
rapid ilevelupineiil mill cnnseipienl,
Iruib'df the Kooteiiays, Ore is being
milled theieln vii8ti|iiiiulllie8,suielters
lire lieing erected, and the fuel iptes-
linn is one that is pressing Itself upon
ibe attention nf milling nml smeller
 n generally.   Large deposits of coal
are known to exist lu the Crow's Nest
pass, coal that is badly needed even al
the present lime, uud fur this, uud this
iilmie, if nil other reasons were set
aside, would it be politic lhat the road
sliiinid lie built as soon io the fiiiuro us
possible.
Tin* cnulemplated route will do
wunders fm* Hie Canadian Pacilic in in-
crenslng its traffic,   li is safe to say.
b'UVever, llllll. lbe nflieers nf   llie  roud
are fully alive in the niicessityufseciir*
illg (heir share of the West I'uulcuay
business, as Is evidenced by Ihe liuililing uf the iimd from Nakusp In Three
Forks, uud frum Rubsun tu Nelson und
Hie reported probabililies of u road lu
Rnssliiuil.
Where ibe  new sbmt. Hue will 1160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
eveuliiiillv Ideate ils nunc is  purely
•}•$ Manitoba overshoes.
#   #   $
HA Also a New Line of
mm
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'§, FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED
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MIDWAY, B, C.
Bffl MB LIB just mm
     .MAXn-AlTlliKII AT      w  "" ~" *\»    '   ■""
GRAND . . .
.. . PRAIRIE MENS
A relics
Apply -ro
J. WARD,
IllllCKI.AVHIl AMI PLABTEBKB
Animals, Birds and
Fish
Mounted In Klnl-Ckm Sly'i
SKINS  TANNED  AND
MOUNTED
1**011   UlliS   .'.XII  l'-UI( S.U.K.
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Dcer Heads a Specialty
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(Irders liy Mull Will Kcceivo
I'l'innlil Attl'liliiiu.
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4m. k        tffl
•S|Sinv
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
I'-uris Mmlo io Order
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HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
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Winner of Gold Medal
Al Chicago, fB, anil Won
First I'l'ize Wliercver
Shown.
Cent Olllee Hex 100
•VBHWOIH,   IS.   O.
OYFULNEWS
A'l'   '1 HK6B
ue-3a&&S^_*'DW
Have You  a Cough or Cold?
TRY "TUSSINE."
£S ancl SOc. jicr* EoUlo
Prounrcd and Hold Only liy
R. N. TAYLOR
THE  DRUGGIST, VERNON.
''OR SALE
Corribiriation     slioe
ni|cl boot,
Lumbermen's   Rubbers,
Snow Excluders,
Three-buckle     i t   •
pei*ors,
Rubber boot s.
LADIES'
Arctics,
.Mutton Araeon,
QKANAGAN  gAWMILL,
__«^KEL0WNA.B:C'.
You can now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
nil other kinds of house  finishings;   Roiigh  and  Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders; from Kettle Rive,   Districl  solicited and prices ARMSTRONG    HOTEL.
furnished upon application in
Ei.   ErEQICJEBSEa,  FSOF
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOT.
GIlANfi PItAIIlIK. KI
Uood -to
Liquors and Cigars
HOI J3X.
GRAND PItAIIlIK. KETTLE KIVEK.
Good Stock ol
.   .   .     Good Stabling.
PllICES REASONABLE.
mclaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION
Stage Leave every Moniluy and   Wednesday
for Miireua, Wash.
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. W. WRIGHT, Prop.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
Livery in Connection".
Kiruu-litfs ucLuiiiinudaUon for Comoiercial
Travellers,
Hunting and KMiing in abuttd-Uico thruuj);U
lliU iliHtrict.
Piiok Hum's und (JuidcK funilubcd to Hi-ori*-
inun on shiiiii" i niiiiic.
FAIHVIBW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLI1
Camp Fairview, B. C.
HOCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH 111'' ROOK CREEK.
XX.    I-i*_.B*l.cl.:_-±B-_x,    lVXux-.
1''11(8T-1'1..UIS   ACUUHMUOATION    KUK  Gl'MT..
GOOD STABLING
i--t Exeelleiil t''i-iliiii|t nn Kellle 1th or.-py
'ii'iilileiiintirnl. Il is snid llial lliiwiili'
engineering ilillbullii's tu uvi'l'l'illiiu in
iin' iiniiiiiluiiisdial ul' \'aui'iiuvi'i-uud
il i> |ii..s,ailiii- llie ruin! ui.iy jniu Mu-
iiiaia linn ul ur ui'iir Vain. If ibis is
t'lic'lbi' iIIhIiiiki! lu Ilm roast it ill In
•siloi'li'iied aliniil Ml inil,-.-.   'Ibis ruulu
BETWEEN Stxtyiiud Sovcnty Am. (llraroil
nml i rained, sis mllcH from Ciunp Mc-
lihlltoy.  lliu- Mile fnnn ll'tlgKon l'uud.
KERR BROS.,
BUTCHERS,
win insure naiib', us b will ,.|,i'u ui,: MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Iiii' mining re-jimls in lbe Buiiudnry • 	
cri'i'k, 'lVnil i'1'i'iik mid ntliiT ilistriels i   *^°at dollvorod nl [lock Creok and nil tne
..... . ,       IMiliillK I'lilnlia.
(ill.I ivillguc iisliinu.us iii iniiiingilii. i
Ml..|.,„..n..s,!,.|,„ai),.ilisli(:„lu,„bii„ia J'KEFlr! II. IJ. l-ir.im.
ne. ia- suit.
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DOWN (10 THE BATES.
CHILDREN'S
Arctics.
GERMAN S0CK3and FEI P "OOTS
-   -   -   VERNON, IS C.   -   -   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -   - -_-_-  PROPRIETOR
THIS   I.IOTI',1,  NJBKlDg >'t)   SI'lll'IAI.   RM('llMMI'',NIIA'l'ION
lnr Fii'st-olns
ervation
ig Co,
)iiinindi.i(i(Mi at  iiii
■iinunis  .1 uneti(mi   1 --f(mihc.T"t
rcSTABLISHKD   1hm;j.
-MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
,1. W. REED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
®mmmmi m
",TUHII,''.I<;   FARM,"
The Wnsbingliin i.'i'iilral railway
I'lilus liuvi' been luivi'ied tu uliiiut oni'-
liulf Iheir funnel, standard, and lie
I'l'iiei' ('biiinlierlniii, speaking nf the
i-linnges, snid be expected lbe nctv rules
to bell' III tile rnnii nnd euuiili v:
" We liavo adopted n policy which we bollovo
will build up llie 111;,' Ileml, enable llie fanners I
li. mu. el tholr products al living rules aim ai I
ia ■ -a inn' help Spokane, i<l r..inw m j
e.v|i"i ilia! tlio people will ns i*.i us tu uiuku I
lllld in ivu a BiiucusK, Ilis in their luteresl In
il'isii. All nuw doponds ii|inu I ho business done
by tho run I.  If we ran nccuro tliolralllofhni
wo Injpo to sjcui'e, wu enti iiinke i oyiiube
l-i-.iiidiiin. Of eniirse we enillil mil iiinke mono*
If travel nml loiiuiitie were mil liieretisml.'
This ivuiild siann I  n luuve in llu*
right (liiceliun, nml euiilil be iiuitnteil
tiiitdvantagi! by nillivny rurpurnlliuis
mi thissklu of lho line. If anything
ia llie world will assist llie develop-
llli'lll nfu euuuliy, surely ehi'iip rules.
Ihul '.vill enulile Ihe larnicr lu ivneli
lb ■■ inurki'l wil 11 his prndiii-e. wi.l du
ii. Thu I'liresiglil displayed I y this
I-iii.my lllilllilgi'!'lb'Se|.,'i'8 sueeess,and,
if su.i'i'ssfnl. sl Id iiei  ns nu iibji't'l
less,in In ul heis ill llie sit III,' pualliiili.
llllll inure espeeinlly dues I Ilia apply In
('III' nun   glenl   Illl asi lillellllll   Ilia.I.
...
AN HO.ll'll'AL AT Vli.lNON.
'I'lllliu I'lllliil'nf Tin: AllVAHI'KI
ai. i'ili'il' has reaenlly beensliirleil
i.i Vi'i'lion i> niiiii'iiii'iil, iu iiliieb lbe
i i ij niiy "f Ilia It-ill leuls mv ini etc •-
(■ I. f.ia III ■ piU'piW" uf erel'lillgil small
liuspltal. ivhii-h shall uut unly nHford
ma iiinuiiiiliiiinn lu Ilia iiniiieiliiile
lieigiiliiirbuiiil, bill univi'll fur the whole
ilia,;,a lying south uf Kniiiliiiips,
ll i. Ililenil al il ~li ill In- siiiried un
nii.h'riile lines, leaving ils exll'lislun
I., llie liui'cssltli'.i nf lhe fuliiae, nnd
I'u. (I it'ei'llill'(lenei'iil has nut un'y
given III' .-iebe,ne Ids piTsiiuiil siippnrt,
bul ns well luis ii ilerlnki'ii In pny the
i ai! nf a hiiiM' fm- six  inunllis, in In.
Iiseil piMililig tin. ereel inn   uf  pallium
ra   buildings,   Thai stlrh mi luslllu-
ieiii is iiei'..ssiry, is nnl 'in y Hi Minimi-
i Siiphiiulii I in is unfiirlu.iiCi Itci'i-
I ll"il by ll Illll.'inII-   raae,   n'  siek-
lli'SS iil'I'UI'I'illg. i'liii  fill'  till'   UI'I'Ullllllll-
rliill ii nf w'.'nli only lhe holds nr.
II \ tl I In I itc. We are Ihct'i'fni'C iippeiib
1,111 In ill lllllSn wlli'se illli I! is . KI
I b'lil.lHed  iiiii ilie ilisirlel  f.u dun,,,
li   llr, llllll rll 'M-lija inil-    IllWIIIlls Inli'll
®      LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA  -
MIDWAY, D. C.
•sti^«-KMi,'.a,J:-iiHL«.<k.-fi"'i«I-V
m       J. S. DOXALDSi
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Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty. g£ rjlMIjCT   A  Mill    t,'     ijOliR   Spi-ciai.tiks—Varieties Profitable in Bntlsh Columbia;
All Work Wnrriiiiteil.    nl)-2ni    fifl tig
VERNON, B. G.
LICENSING COt HT.
1
1
NOTICE is horoby given tlml the Licensing CA1
t'nlll't for Illl' siillllielll purl Inn nl lhe Osiiyims    Jc?
Districl, will he held ni IlioOiivoininenl Olllco, ftl
tlsiiyniis. nn Miimlny, Ilm lllh ilnv nf lleeeinlier, pb
n,!i.-i, nt uleveii iielin-k iii ilm forenoon. i ^2
C. A. II. b.Ullll.Y.     ffl
QoVorilUlOItt Olllei', llsiiyiiiis, I'. I'. (&T
i
ti A Kull Line of-
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Drugs
Patent Medicines
ToilotHArticies
Trussss, Ac.
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NOTICE.
ti
Trees Eree from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Eree Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
SADDLE HORSES . . SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVER8 . .' BUGG1E8 FOR HIRE
Mall   Orders   From   the   Lower
Country   Will   Deceive
Prompt Attention.
i
fJMidWavj Feed ar\d  LiVery Stables.
MAOKAY INGRIM   ■   ■  ■   PROPRIETOR.
I'.lllTIKS JIIUVHN  Til  M.llll'l-S,  l'l.X'I'IlTO.V  .ISO  OTIIKII I'OINTS   .   .
rr-isaawsRii
"piimTYDAYS (nun (Into we. the iiinlor- v.
I  signed, Intend ii|iplying In the Asslstiuil ffl
(' asi,, '(iIIjukIb nnd Works for a license l7--fo'.-^.-f7:.-fri.-l7:Ktfi::f?.-fy.-f7:->7.-]f'-   i!«!C!i,S!«l^«!«l«!«!liIV!«!i HS.HS.H.iH.iH.i.HS.H.iH.iH.in.in.i.H.iH.i
,„ ,„.„,,„,,,, ,,„. ,„„ „,, t0ii0W|„B .loBoilbotl v&vS&Wfo-S'li'jiV,'&WiiWiii. iSi,i 'i-.H- 'r- '.v ft ft ft ft ft '.»<1>   ft ft ft ft ',i ft 'i» 'i> 'i* <1>VK ft <■»
i'iu'1 nf Innil '■ Commencing nl n sinke set nbout
.nn' half lnile fnnn llie month nl ltock crook,
.in I I'luililng thoneo ensl .ine mile, tliouco Rontli
ni.-iniiia ilnaiai west iiiii- iiii o, thonco north
niioliitln in lhe piiinl i fimiiuiieneeiiiciit,
W, T, THOMPSON,
JOHN WKIII,
Mlilwn>, llel. m, ISM,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Nelson& Fort Siieppard Rallv/ay
Tlie |jiii'iiii'i-slii|i lionlnforo existingboltvoon »n
Angus K.SIimrl nml William II. Nnirls, nmler  ALL   RAIL    TO   NELSON,    B.   C. I *»*■!   ,.,
ihe llrni lllln nl .Mini'nml M..nis. Miilwn;-, II. E33   Sit
-.. mm iiy m.iaiai eniiK Unsolved im Only  through  line  to   Nelson,- P"!,   X ™-,.,» ,-. . ,.. n    ,.,,»,..  . „r,.T,.,,-.  «s.
rzx:zZt^iT^4   "iHr  \m ll TWO CARLOABS JUST ARRIVED S cp
""'" " WILLIAM, NoniUS.   I ^^^ |   ROSSLflN0, B. C. VERN0N, B. C.    |
Miiiwny, i.-thNiiveiniier. ism. *'''ul>' (nxwpt. auii(liiy) iielwccn spo- ,vq.K,,^,^,K,, ,,,g,.utit*,i<ii/Kit ,i;v!iM4i!v!i»!4*!i«4**!i-!4>!ii!v!4
 , kllllll 1111(1 Niillbnnrl. <i>l/K<i?W>'-'i'>W'i-,'i>''i,-'i^''i"'i-''i>'  ft ft '\TftlftftftV>ft ft ftftft
Tai-ivi'i'kly   helweeii   Nurllipurt   '""'    „„,    ..   —    i     i
11. KEYES, Prop.
(iimd Atieiiinuiiiibititiu,
Host Liqutii-s und ('ignis.
Kirst-l'liisB Stabliiiff,
ARMSTROiMG, B. C.
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
This in a -l-londltUy tlninh«i hounc insido
ami imt, iilniiist now, with guud stable ami out
building.,, is centrally lucatud in the Ta!loy
and cum11nui(Ih a K"".l Iriulc. It tiUuids on iu
own groundR uf two and v, half acrcB in extent,
and is a guuil invcHtiiiciit.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building is twu storey* high and st*iuls
on its own ground uf half an acre in cxtont and
is in a commanding bualnoafi [Motion.
Kou Terms Ai'i'LY to
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
I.KA1HM. IIOt-'SK KOIl
UrglWRNITURElg
B ATT WAV \M 1 CHEAPER THAN EVER § »
HAlLWAipl - » I
go h  ~ *    ** * a-.
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Vevnon, 33. O.
1 -Campbell Bros.-1»
at. ~ Kt   j-j^
H.i ^r—
I 9
i!4 i!4 i!4
tS 4,1 tS
: All orders promptly attoiidtd tin-
Grand Forks, B.C.
DO YOU GO HUNTING?
OP COURSE
You will buy a MARLIN.
pn-.,ic,l iimk
It I ma ii a, >lli! a.|) rriiteciini,.
It cjictB in tliu Blilc-C'ouveiiienee.
It Is light wdBlu-t'omfort.
It lias Hi.. ItiLLAini lia;T.-a-Aeiniriicy,
It b.1 lewcal |iinls -Hlinpllclty.
Bi-nil foreoinpli'lii cnmliiuiiii, freo. Special pnclc
of CBlll. till' If) nana.
THE MARLIN PIRE ARMS CO.,
J*rw lliiven. Conn,
Neliiuii.
IoOINQ KI1HT1I (KIINII SOUTH
llii.ll n. in MA11CU8 2 Ull p, in,
IRCUS amd MIDWAY
inn fui' ICiial" mil n'l Ink;, liutuls, iirrlvlng »i | I ,,..,,,,^  \\ ,ni,u
ICn-lnnl 11:111 nan, sumo iliis.   ieliliniiia'. |ri-   1'CftVt.n  .-l.tn tl-1	
On Tuoit(hiy8,T!itii'sdiiyfi, and ,Sn
will run tlirmitflito N'olmin, anlvi
iniikinif eiimccomioetlon tvlib llieai
lake points iiii.I Nil-...ii iiii 1 A.-.-iiu.     \ilirlum\.
In.-sniil l''i'ltlny»,ni'rlvbi|-nl! All ivi.a IVIICIWH) - - .
I Ln.ivi.'H Midway,.
Pa.iioni-orfl fur Keltle Itivor nml llounilary
Mnnilayti, w
s'lnikiiiii' sun
Ci kciiniit'el nl Alnrens willi stiifjo luu.v
Por Tit All- OREKK  MINKS onnncnl nl
Niiriliiin-i wiih Btatfe lino daily,
Km- S'nkiifi|iitml llovelRtokuonnuoct iu Nnrlii
purl with limit Weibli'alliilsiinil Siiliinliivri.
nnglMf
Arrives M;
,.. .Mondays and Thutischys at i ia Mi
 Tuesdii a:-; and Frid tys at 5 i'. M.
.. .Wednesday and Saturday at 6.\. m.
 Thursday iind Sunday at 9 a. m.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 01VEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) EXPRESS
2(1.   X>.   MOBBISOir,  PBOVBIETOB.
COURTS  OF ASSIZE.
Tablo Sliowl nn tho Dates and Places of Courts
or Assize. Nisi Prlus, Oyer and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery lor the
Year 1895,
K1I.I. ABffl)-„8,
Cllllliill ThurKiliiv, L'llth Helitemhcr
llii'lilield Monday, .'»lli Soptombei
Knnilnii|i8 Monday, 71 h Oelnhor
Vt.lni.n Monday, lllh Octobor
l.yltnll Friday, llth Oelnhor
New Westminster..lYcilncKilny, (Ith November
Viuienilver Mnnilny, llth Novomhor
Vtetorlll Tuesday, llllll November
Niilinimo Tuesday, 26th November
*S[icel(il A,,6l? IlKm-tll Ml.rilOROLOdlCAI,  RKFOKT.
Ut, 19  Long 118" 50
Altitude, 1,800 leet .bore sea level,
painfull for week. .2.1 of nn i.eh.
ICMI'l-ltATl-HK KOIt   WKKIC   KNUlN'O    NOV, 17.
Max. Min
Nov. II   M.5 28
"  12  33 27.5
"  13  31 83
"  14  37 31
"  15  13 2(1
"   111  10 33.5
"   17  12.5 31.5
LOCAL AND DISTKICT.
Tins week Mr. .1. A. Coryell linn been
busily engaged surveying the Grand
Forks townsite into lots.
Within thirty days "a sawmill is to
be established at Greenwood and cutting lumber. The mill is to be brought
in from ilosslaud.
Mr. II. P. Palmerston returned fnnn
Spokane on Friday Inst, paying a fly
ing visit to Midivaylulookaftei'sinneuf
his mining interests.
Mr. Geo. Edwards, the owner of the
ferry at the first crossing of Kettle
river, is liuililing a tine structure which
will Ihi used as a hotel next summer.
The survey of Carson is now completed and the maps are lieing prepared, and as sunn as finished and
registered, lots will be put upnu the
market,
A large addition has been built to
Mr. Wiseman's hotel at. Grand Forks,
whicli was badly needed.asneverbi'fure
has so ninny travelers appeared at
Ginnd Furks as has been seen there
recently.
A large influx ut mining men uf all
grades are making their way up the
North Fork of Kellle river and into
the Boundary Creek camps, and ipiite
a number aiii remaining nr investing
in properties before leaving.
Truly we are becoming civilized, for
actually the commercial fraternity are
commencing lo pay attention to this
section, and Mr, J. McKay Sinilh, who
passed through here Inst, week, scented
very well pleased with his Introduction tu this section fnnn a liusiness
|Kiint nf view,
On Tuesday Instil Illllt) bv name of
Harry Wilcox was brought befure W.
II. Nun-is, J, P., charged willi lhe
Ihefl nf a saddle frnm nne Marlin, an
Indian, ut Boundary Falls, on the
nighl nf October 20. Tlie charge having been prefrred against Wilcox, he
was remanded until lbe following day,
wlien he was brought before W. H.
Nurds, J". P., and James Keir, .1. P.
The evidence fnr llle prosecution and
defense having been thoroughly gnne
intu, lbe accused wus dismissed, During tlie course nf proceeding in which
the evidence fur the prosecution was
being heard, it was elicited that nn the
same evening another man by name of
.Inlin Lucy had dealings also with the
Indian Martin, ns a result uf which
Lucy was served with a suiniiinns before leaving court, charging him witli
having un the evening in question presented a revolver at Martin with intent.
tu alarm him. A preliminary hearing
was given tile case and the evidence
fur the. prosecution taken by the abuve
justices, who.remanded the case until
the 20th insl.,bail lieing allowed the accused on his own recognizance and
that of Mr. G. A. Itenilell, in the sum
nf $100 each.
MINING   NUTBS.
Transfers are now the order nf tbe
day, showing tliat there nre I hose who
wish to invest in our millet and those
wlio are willing that they shoulddo su.
His slated ill the Spokesman-Review I hat theGulden Crown property in
Wellington camp lias Uiui purchased
by repicsenlatives of Marcus Daly fnr
$115,000. This, however, needs confirm atlnn.
Messrs, Mangott and McEclieran have
still a force of men pegging away
at the development of Ihe east vein of
the Morning Star claim at Fairview.
The shaft having bum dropped down
over a hundred feel, drifting was re-
snrled tn, which nils been carried In
quite an extent, with the result lhat
the vein is showingupgiiudaiidstrung,
lieing about eight feel wide and the
ore of splendid character.
Although the prnspecl ing season is
virtually ""''' '"l' ''•'" >'™''' '•"'" '*w
straggling records are being made.
Large as bus been llie number nf
claims recorded iIiih summer, there is
little doubt llnil next year's wurk by
lhe prospectors will be jusl iih fruitful,
as there Isa very large srope of territory tu the ll<M111. wesl and ensl uf uur
established rumps ilini lias virtually
nut as yet been prospected,
A rich new sli-Ue has lieen made uu
the Mother Lnde, Deadwood cmiip. as
a result, of the recent development
work lhat Is helng carriedon hy Messrs.
Scliutii'ld and McCormick, An assay
of I be ure Is being made, and in the
tneitntliile llie proprietors say it is the
finest.specimen of ore lhat has ever
been taken from Hie claim, nud Mint is
saying a great deal, us Ihe Mother
Lode i.s looked upun as among lhe best
properties in the country. There is
lo's nf unlive cupper visible iu llle
ore that is lieing taken oilt nf the vein
recently discovered.
For some time past work has been
carried on on the Joe Dandy clahn,
Fairview cninp, and as a reward uf
patient Inil, a few days ago a line
ledge of ore was struck at the bottom
nf (he shaft. This vein of nre was for-
nierly, although very rich, very narrow; now, however, il his suddenly
widened Out to about two feet, and
considering that free gnld isiieijiienlly
met wilh in Ihe quarlz, some idea uf
the value of Ihe find may he formed,
The claim lies to the sunt beast of the
cainp proper, and is the one upon
which a lot of work was done in tlie
earlier days of Fairview's existence,
and from whicli the ure was taken that
was first milled iu thecamp. Theqiiartz
lieing of a very rich eharacler, no
iluubt the proprietor will make arrangements for milling it it in Fair-
view or ship it away for treatment.
 ,-. 4 —
TELLURIUM.
An Article on the New Metal Found In Long
Lake Camp.
To the Kdllor of Till! AniMNCB:
Sin.—In regard to the white mineral
found in Long Luke camp, which my
brother determined is a Uilliiride uf
lead shortly befure his accident, I have
made n chemical analysis uf snme uf
the mineral tnken from ihe Lakevlew
claim,  ll contains
Lend 52.2 per cent
Silver   t.2 por eont
Tellurium  III.Ill per eenl
Hold a trace
Crude tellurium is quoted at $2.75 an
mince, and the chemically pure fused
metal at $10.55 per nz. The market is
very limited, as tlie metal finds no application in tlie arts, and is supplied
chiefly from that obtained in the electrolytic refining of copper matte, which
contains on an average 12 ounces uf
tellurium for each tun nf cupper.
Bsulder county, Colorado, is remarkable fui the variety of its tellurides,
the inelal being found in combination
with gold, silver, lead, mercury, bismuth, nickel and iron. Several of
these compounds are uf such varying
composition tliat no definite formulae
can be assigned thein. Although
rather frequently met with in the
Western Slates, tin definite tellurium
mineral has, I believe, been found to
be iu Canada,
Telluride ores are very difflcull tn
treat, since  lhey  dn  nut  yield their
gnld either tn mercury, cyanide or
chlorines lhey concentrate badly,  a
great prupnrliiin being lust as slimes.
On nccutint nf their low melting point.
It Is very difficult In drive off the lei*
I iiiiii in by roasting, and What dues go
off carries away considerable   gnld.
They are usually smelted with either
lead or copper ores.
Geo. A. Gurus,
 *-.-.—__
VEItNON  NOTES.
The vice regal party's sojourn among
the Vernoiiiles lias taught, them one
gnnd thing, and that is Lu give expression lu I heir feelings by guud heiirty
cheers.
The recent inclement weather hn
increased the number uf typhoid
patients, and the doctors are lining a
thriving business, and between en
gineering reports and quibbles iu Hit
council, Vernon is fust lining her repu
latloii as a health resort.
There is every reason In believe I hut
(he near future will see Vernon established ns a customs port of entry and
if such is (lie case it wil] be a great
convenience to the miners of lhe
nelghlioiltoud who wish tn impurt machinery, as also to those iu the south-
ern mining camps. The nearest puint
at present is at Ilevelstoke.
It is quite evident, that things are on
the move here, and that, we are destined tu see better times. The government has been making quite a haul
recently frum license and recording
fees, and among the applicants are F,
S, Barnard, M. P., Hun. F. G. Vernon,
and other Victoria parties. This lends
eclat to our mining proceedings,
The Swan Lake Mining company recently received nn offer from an English syndicate upon very fair terms,
which it. is expected they will accept.
The syndicate have offered to work the
company's mines for a term of one
year, and if satisfactory they will purchase them at a price proportionate to
the qualilyof lhe nre, and if arrange-
liienta cannot lie made al the end uf
Ihul lime, lhey will leave development
work, machinery, etc., in the hands nf
the company,
Tlie purlins whn lecenlly sent a
sample shipment of ore In lhe const
fur treatment, us also the Vermin public generally, are auxiuiisly awaiting
tlie icl urn from same, and lu the menu.
time Iiiiii* is uu luck uf energy displaced liy I Imse whn are Buffering
frum lhe first symptoms of lhe fever,
iu sinking nut mineral claims, fur day
by day lhe hills iirinind are being taken
possession of under license nf llie government, omit hcrprosporlurs' licenses,
ami su close are they creeping towards
Vernon, there is some anxiety fell lest
it shniild lie necessary In pick the
city up and shovel it down to the
lake.
A movement has again been set on
font fnr Ihe establishment of nn hospital here, and until such time as a building can be erected the dwelling house
near the government office and he-
lunging tn Mr. T. E. Crnwell is lube
rented fnr lhe purpose, The Earl uf
Aberdeen has kindly pruniised to pay
the first six months' rent. It is slated
that Ihe coming .woman has taken Ihe
matter iu hand, and it isgieatly to he
Imped that such is the case, for in tlie
past,man,in this and other movements
hits been un idler and an utter failure,
nr mine uml sell, fur lllilllll.',
trnling or smelting purposes
sirs'
J. T. Wilkinson nf ihe Vancouver
Wnrld paid Midway a living visit last
week.
qm_*-_-»-w-__w.h, m   in. i ■ .iii.
DIBECTOBY OF ADVERTISERS.1
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended us n Ready
Reference for the Busy Ones
ARMSTRONG.
II. Key-on Armstrong llolel
N. Mil.cnil Hiislinnil Door l-'ni'lory I -
Cm-Kills-Co tleneml Merchant
BENVOULIN.
and now lhat the ladies are bestirring he allowed to mine, mill,
themselves, if nny dare lift op their ir smelt the ores friuii thi
voice, voice of dissent I mean, 1 wuuld
suggest a little grave for Ihem with a
shingle for headstone bearing the fol-1
lowing inscription, "Hum suit qui uial
y pense,"
Vernon, November 12.
 4.4	
GRAND PRAIRIE NOTES.
Mr. Cass Manley returned recently
to Grand Finks, after making a business trip to Spokane,
Mr. C, Covert has the contract for
the excavation work nn Mr. O, B.
Nelson's sture at McClaren's.
The effect of the frosty [lights is
plainly visible uu pond and sbuigli,
lhey being partially fruzen uver.
Grand Furks is steadily growing,
buildings that were start ed a few
weeks ago are being inpidly pushed In
completion.
Alfnnsn Prater, une uf uur Grand
Prairie settlers, is busily at wurk clearing up land and making piepnratiuns
fur lhe coming huoiu,
Mr, P. McCallum recently disposed
of a portion of his ranch lu parties In
Rossland. lhe porllon disposed of is
tlie soiillieruiost part uf his property
and comprises about 50 acres.
Under Mr, Joseph Ward's supervision ihe school house here lias been put
In a thorough slate of repair and made
comfortable for the pupils for the
winter. The attendance at the school
is extremely good al, presenl.
Several large offers fur mining properties have recently been made to parties bidding claims in Ihis neighborhood, but for reasnns best knnwn tn
the holders, the offers have been refused. Mr. H. Clarke was offered a
very large stun for une uf his claims,
The McOlititock sawmill, when
innved frum its present location tn
Grand Furks, will cut a large bill nf
lumber fnr Messrs. Mauley k Averill, j
lu be used iu llle construction uf llieir
new lintel. Owing tn the recent great
demand fur lumber, the proprietors nf
Ibe mill are contemplating adding new
machinery tu Hie presenl plant.
the said
BOUNDARY FALLS
so/
M
R/v
OFFICE
JAKES, M.D., CM,
uv 'iTuiN'mi.vr
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE KIVER
DISTRICT.'
:      BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary rails, B.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place ier Three Difforem Stage Line*;
Trouble or Expense Spared to JCcl-.r, Quests Comfortable*.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
c.
No
1>. Nlcholuan
liOIIVOUllll llolel
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Hardy Ilouudar
Coryell, J. A	
Jnkes.lt. VV Physician nnd-urgi
Kerr Urns Uiilohora
Itenilell, ll. A General Morclnutt
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Best Brands Liquors and Gi^srs    -    -   •  03.  Sftllirg,
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
A (itiiili STOCK OF
tttE i}poefiPies,Clotliing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Etc,
and Surgeon | ' o; ' 7
- ORDERS TAKEN I'OU ALL KINDS OK-
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Kliatfunl &('(>..
.General M-whtiiilH
FAIRVIEW.
Dalrymple, \V	
Klliut.T	
Slnrsun, (i. 0	
Slmtford&Co	
Sproulo, G. H	
phcohan, George J...;.
...General Blacksmith
 Gcnoral Merchant
 Golden Gate Hotel
 General Merchants
....General Blacksmith
 Fairview Hotel
GREENWOOD
.Gonoiul Mcrohaii
r    *\ND   FORKS
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF   .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
H.iH.iHs.H.i. a.tili, SiH.i St a,i, at, at at, K\t, at, \j> Kit, at at at Kit, K\t, at, at at at,
4,14.i 4,i 4,i s,i 4\i s, 1 s,i y,i ft ft ft s,i ~/'s ft s,i ss y,i ft ft ft ft 4'S ss «t. 'i *
SALE OF MINING PROPERTY.
Interests In tho Wolverine, Volcanic and
Iron Cap Disposed of.
A few days since a number nf interests in snme uf liic principal mining
proper! ies nn tbe Ninth Furl' ofKctlle
liver changed hands, Mr. Richard
Cttiv&tou jiiiri'liitsid a portion nf
Messrs, Wolf and Miller's Interest in
liic [run Cap and Vulcanic, and Musses.
Mauley nnd Averill lbe balance nf the
interest in tlie snme claims, also one-
I'igblh interest iu the Wu veriue and
uiiesisli'cnlli inleresi ill the Volcanic
and Irun Cap was dlspused uf by Mr.:
11, A, Brown tu Messrs. Manley and j
Averill.
Tile triinste.r uf these interests and
the subsequent leasing nf the mines
ivtiuld seem tn murk a distinct era in
the progress uf mining mutters on the
Norlli Fork nf Kettle river, uud seeing
that lbe lessees are men nf undniililed
standing in the milling wnrld, great
things may be expected tu spring from
recent, proceedings,
 Laundry
 Kettle Blvor Stage Line
 Sawmill
 Uriel; nnd Lime
& P EAD - MARX
llcr.M. ..
ipsoll, 11. K
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....' ...
GRAND PRAIRIE
sl r
LEARN
.■i'u Bros
' I', it .
 Grand I'mlri ollotol
..Huuurviillod Trading Co
ILOWNA
4.1
VS
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VIS
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4,1
Kit
T'S
Kit
<s
Kit
i'S
Hi
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t^jDt_aiBr-j___-i
THAT
•*-*;/
__»^CASH OR TRADE
Will secure In you lhe very best, bargains in nil lines nf
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . .
jMSEOEIiKiSS'  -
AT TIIK (UtEHNWOOD sl
STT].?35»]r_-IE-S
BOUNDAHY I'llKKK, II. c.
B. WOOD &
4,1
HA
4,1
Ha
*/i\
H.i
Kit
ro. at,
I,. a  1     .
In iiilnin ni'is. s
Lequime, 1...   .
...Implement Agcnla
...Qetioi'lll .Mei'i'linnls
...Okiintigan Sawmill
at at at at at at at at at at at at at * it at at at at o> at at at Kit at Kit
i'S ft -'iv ft ft ft >'S SS i'S ft ft ft ft ft '4,1 ft S,i S,i ft ft 4,1 S,i ft T'S 4'S 4,
THE CALUMET CLAIM SOLD.
Ten Thousand Dollars the Consideration  J.
R. Toole, Acting for Marcus Daly, the
Purchaser.
Twu nr three weeks since the fact
Was chronicled lhat an option uf purchase had been given un the Cltllllllel
claim iu Wellington camp tu llie same
pari ics as had purchased the Winnipeg claim. The terms nf the option
were that, if nn nr befure the 1st nf December, llu* Intending purchaser would
pay Intu the bands nf lhe owners $500,
they wnnlil execute a bill nf sale which
would stipulate lhat nn nr befure lbe
15th uf July next, the lm lance of $11,000
shuuld be paid llieni. The Hrst pari nf
I Ills agreement wus carried into effect
a few days agn and the bill uf sale executed, which gives all earnest, uf what
mny fulluw in tlie spring, after wurk
uf development has been carried further un the claim.
i  iDNERS
.Mainland Nursery Co
JMBY
.-liiuiiK Hum llolel
m;dway
Coryell
Guess,
Hans. .1
Haln, Mw
Ingrlin, M..
..civil Engineer
,.\ss;iy.
'■
 Mining Kngli
A Stationer- Etc
 I'VjiI ami Livery Slublti j
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,   B.  C.
Hales from Pcntielon to Cainp McKinney, Hock Creek. Midway and
Boundary Fulls, tun cents per pound fur two tons or under, Marcus tollid-
way, llie mime rule.   Marcus lu Grand Prairie nne cent par pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
GENO WAYS & McAVINEY
Kei- Bros   Hoteliers
Leqllilno k Powers Snivinil!
McNicol, J General Morcliant
McAuinys- bandy iiiniininry iiotoi Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
Mellutl', li blacksmith
Morris, W. H.
Heed,.I. W...
..Affonl Midway Toivnsltc
Wiili'lilnnker nml Jowelor
NORTH FORK MINES.
Large Properties on the Norlh Fork of
Kettle River Leased tor a Term of
Years,
Oftentimes il luis been nor privilege
In iiinke mention nf the mining properties nn lhe North Fork uf Kettle liver,
and now again we huve in chronicle
Ihis cheering Intelligence that n few
PENTICTON
Sproulo, A. G Express nnd stag, lini1
Thurhcr-J l-ontiotnn Hotel
Walker, H... 1'enl it-ton Livery nnd SuloSUihle
ROCK  CREEK
ConkloS Duiiiild. . .Trams!its nnd freighters
Plttoiidrigh, H liuck Creok I [ol ol
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
E    !•" A i. I. S.
Washiriglori
SPOK A
P. O, I .ox 582
SPOKANE
Goiiownys & McAvIlioy Nursery
Spokane Kails ami Norlift rn llnllNvay	
VERNON
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lsinon iioda, and Cream Sotm.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Oranyo,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
Armstrong, W, .1
llilllkiif Miililiaal
IlilllllK,, Kl'l'.l	
Ciilniiliell lin. 	
(Vlirniie, Vi. M...
, , . .   i dwell, T, K	
ilnys ugu nut unly  were llie ItltelllslB (-i,Hii-rlt,ii (' V
ill sumo uf lhe most iinpiirliint inlnefl Onryoll ,.IA ....
in be i'i mini i Inn a, transferred lumber
bunds, .hut the propertied as a whole,
viz,, the Wolverine, Vulcanic mul Iron
Cap leased by the prnprielnrs, .Messrs
11. A. Brown, J, A, Miinley, VV. Avei'il|
nnd li. Cawston, lo N. Liu-seii nf Lead-
ville, Ctilii., and   K.   lllewelt nf  Ne-l
britska,   parties   representing   large |
smelling interests.   The terms uf the]
lease specify lhat   the  lessees are tn I
wurk  the, mines continuously fora 0 Meal antl Downlo
term nf 15   years,  and uu nn neea-1 Sliatfor-dnndCio...
 Ibii'iliiari' Mm-hiuil
... II. A. Menders M'ur
 ll.iiTi-h'r
 Furniture
 Solicitor
.... Contractor and lluililor
,1'iiiiiiiiIssI.in nml ItiHiiranco
 Civil Kngl i-
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
siutl is work in be suspended Iur a
greiiler length nf lime tint■■ IKI days nr
the lease will beeuine null and vnid.
The lessees are also to pay tu the lessors oue-fuurlh the net priilits derived
frum the suid mines, aud lire lint allowed tu accumulate debt against the
property. Wurk tu be commenced nn
nr befure the 1st of March nexl. For
these considerations lhe lessees arc tn
('imtertiin, ('. la fnniiiilhiilijii nml litHiimnoe
Donaldson,J, H L'liomlst nml Di'IiuhUI
Hiirilner, W Livery Food and Sale Hlablo
Mnli'liiiiHiin nml lini'lilmiii Flour nml Fowl
jAcqiies, F. II IViitolitnnkor nml .lowolor
Kerhy. FnrhiisM civil Knglnoor
Liiihiier, F. II Civil Knuii r nml Atmayor
Marl In llr.is I bird iiiu-e Merchant -
Meakin, W.J Kalcini ilkn II I
Hynr, F. A  Vornon I'rlvatoCollogo
Murphy and Fnulknor Victoria Hotel
Nii-liiilliis iiiiiI llonotif Agrlculttiml Imp.
..MaWider Works
.tleneml Merchant
Shnlforil, H. A Dry Goods uml Millinery
Sinllli nml Clerlu Vornnll Snivinlll
Taylor, It. N CliomlBl nml liniKniat
Williams, liernlil l'liysiilnn nnd Siuueiin
Worgan, A. Il i'tiotogrnplior
MISCELLANEOUS
Ciiniulinii Hand Drill Co Slierbruoke. Quo
Marlin Fire ArnwCo NowHavon, Con
Mormon, K, 1) Marouil ami Midway Hi^ge
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
NIII'illllUOHKK, QUBBRO,
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars tho Bost
Special Compressors driven by
PCLTON      WATER
WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-slmft, es*
pccinllyndaplcdlor
utilizing the power
nl liniillilaii: aU'lililt
ns shown In   Illustration.
I
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. PROVINCIAL  NUGGETS.
Cigars,
The lliill mines wunl 100,000 bushels
nl' charcoal.
There is uu epidemic of sneak thieves Stationary,
nl Trail Landing.
James McNeil  nf I'inly  creek will \ "',-
ship ure this winter.
Tnui Collins, une nf llie old-limei*
of llle counlry, has struck it lichnn
('hiiiiipiiii! creek.
It is snid the Kaslo and Slocan railway will have 11) tuns nf nre per day
|.n haul lis sunn us I'iiivbiiliug cnn begin.
The Iiilluuel, fraser Rivei nnd Otiri-
linn Gold Fields, limited, bus begun
acl inn fnr damages lnr libel against
ibe Province newspaper.
li is said lhat surface Indlcallnnson
the strike recently iniiile by Clay nnd
his partners nn llu* Nmtli Fork nf
J,einnu creek, is the be.l yel. fuiinil in
Ibnl district.
Tlm CHS nnd St. Bluin elnlius, Idss-
Iniitl cninp, have been bunded in the
Kuglisli syndicate, nf which F. S. Bnr-
li.nil, M. P., is the repi'i'si'iilulivc. The
iinaiillil uf lbe bund Is $ii2u,000,
li. Mel,cuu bus four men sluicing at
Trauquille. Ou cleaning up last week
IJoiuii-esuf gold were obtained as a
result uf three days' wurk,  purl of
EDWARD j\. HAIN,
..  DEALER IN ii
School-Supplies,
Toys,     -:-
Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B.C.
F. IJ. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING  A SPECIALTY.
V FUM IN. ll.C
'TUSSINE'
S. A. SHATFORD
X3n*y Goocls a,n.d Usdilli-.xex'y
V ll RN O N .
■ The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods
i [N  DRESS GOODS wo 'iavo An inuiienso assortment with all the Latest Trim
1 \T   Mil   I  INPRV "'e nre sure we can ]i!eiise vnu, ns ive hnvo lllll'sti'liissiililliiier. uiui
i ill   .ii l r.,1.1 in 1.1\ l   riiiiKivcynullioliite.-t iiilniisegiinilsiiti)|.ieesiieverhe(iireliiinrdof
OI' R   I )R I" '-i*-,M A K l< R i™illu' 'ai*0 oiperlonoe nl the liusiness, andnportent
I v/ kj i\   11 j.n .. i.i iii n i\ i-1\ gi -K guaranteed providing y>u send tlie correct (uensuro
; Ilememljer ive ciutj- everything I Iinl ii lull.',' roqiliros, nnd cnn wive ynu niniicy if you send your
iirilers In ua.   Bond one lu-iliiy uiui he eiiui-niei.-il, TKRUS Cash WITH Owir.K. i
I'HK IIKST HK.MI'-.IIV I nil
IS
I
KTU, KTV.
Prepared   From   the   Original
Formula Only by
I Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS ul'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manulactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
which »ns spent in removing harien i •**._ j-_ TAYLOR, THE DRUGGIST,
ground.   Mr.  Russell cleaned up liis j
sluices nn Sunday and gnl considerably ' £,/
inure than wages fm- the men eiu-
■iliiycil. ,1. 1!. Liitremnuille lias men
.sliil wnrking in lbe bed uf llle creek,
but nu clean-up bus taken place fur
snme lime.—Inland Sentinel.
Trail Creek News: "A feature of tills
tuwn, especially nnlicenble to one whn
lias been used In the milling camps iu
the Slnles, is the absence nf the'bad
num.' The gun fighter is unknown
iiern, and wlieii an unusually hitler i
difference nf opinion exists il is sell led
■wilh nature's weapons," True, gun-
lighting nn this side nf lhe line is
usually followed by what is considered
a very ell'eclive remedy—legal hemp-
sti-elcbiug, nnd gunning fur human
beings bus never become a leally popular nr Fashionable pastime in this
very ciiiiserviiliv province,
'flic Vancouver papers contain nrli-
i-los referring Ion gold milling craze un
I,uin Island. McLean Urns, wei'ii engaged lo sink u well ul I'liuruc wilh a
view In iililiiining itrli'sinn waler. The
drill beenming ningiieiliied Ibrnugh
frleliun, pari nf (lie luali'l'lal tlll'iillgh
which il wns peiiei.nil ing adhered In
it. The drills bid in be taken nut fre-
ipietitly tn be cleaned, when by accident it was ilisenvered thai lhe Kiniill
part ides were gnld and yielded of) cents
in ilie pun. Several mineral claims
bine been slaked, lllld now lbe nld
miners have appuiired. whn mainliilii
Ibnl nil Inili Island nnd Ibe llelln is
iiiiilei'lnid willi gnld bearing alluvial
.-a ml.
VKRNON, 11. C.
costs and SOconts por hot il.
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, a c.
All Kinds nf Work Exooutoil In Hie Snlis'.
notion if .!iai n i.'i,
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STARLES
Single DriVers    .   .
HORSES boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
A. D. VVORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Plioto»rapli()r
VKHNON, ll.C.
VIEWS OP  THE DISTRICT FOR  SA_E.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
—+.—
llongll  Lumber
Prom .1*10 to $12,
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $1.8
Per Thousand.
MINERAL ACT, 1S93.
Certificate,   of  Improvements.
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
,_n*-V»S**^>,_^**$aF5tf.i_F-
Q
Double
STOVES! STOVES!
o
DriVe
rs
D    Saddle Jriorses
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Qentle double drivers
D      Qerxtle single drivers.
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Qerxtle saddle Korses
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
CHATHAM Bob-Slcitrhs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
VBBNOJT, B.C.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
"Victoria,   IS.   O
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AGENT'S KOH
Brantford ® Binders ® and i Mowers
THK IIKST IN TIIKMAIIKI.T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
■\VAHEHOUSR AT VKHI-'ON.
C. F. Costerton, -A-g-eivt.
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BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (nil paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
8IH llOXALl) A. SMITH. Pres!     HON. (1 MO. K DMIMMOND, Vioe-Pns
Ei S. CI.OI.'KTON, GBKBRAl Manaiikh
SA¥i]lir-QrS  _S-K,Ja__6ffOKC.
HATE OK INTKRKST AT fllKHENT III I'liii CUNT.
'vi n nil Jt' e»
JfOTIOE.
A CARD.
To (lie lliiiiiidiii-y "Creek nnd
Kettle Kiver Miners und Residents Qouoi'iillyi
Tim Uiiin llniiai: MiN'iaiu. Claim.
siiiiiit'.* iii Skylark tJiiinji, Kattlo lilvor Mining
ivlslnnof Ynu liisli'ici, H. ('.
MICK NOTICK tlml 1. Kiiliiil*:  Wood, free
minor'* cirtttliuto No. UOJi, Intotiil, sixty
ilnys from llu- iiiiii' lii'ivil', hi apply In ths tlnlil
Cninniifwinnorforn e irtiliiiaiooi [innrovomoiits. ■41
fir Mi i inii'ii isii nf obtiilning ii i'i'iiivii Grant nf fjs:
ilioaliorot   '
Anil (nil
\T,
p Railway, Mining and Agricultural
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
BULLION AND GOLD OUST HANDLED.
* Brunettes in fjondnili Hug., New Vorkiuid Chlcnirn, tmd in nil the lirlutiliiil citi'l
in Canada.   Buy anil Sliil Stalling Hxi'liiiiigetindCiihle'l't'iiUsfet'fl, (iriint.
(''iniint'ii'i.ii.iiiii li'aii'iliiairii'dii-i.iiMiiliilili'iiiiiiiy partof the world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
Hii.tNcinis in niirrisn coi.iimiiia :
VANCOUVER     -    -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -        NELSON
i' tako notloo, tlmt ailvowo olalinn
nliitili-lliTil boforo llie issiiniliiauf s
alto of improvements,
linlcil Ibis Mud ilny iif Ootobor, 1805,
nniiiiiiiieeuient llnil we luive tipened
ii  gciici'iil  stiire at  tile new ttiwirnf
llreenwnnd nn Rinindnry ereek, where
ua have mi liiiud nnd dully nrrivlug it j
(urge sim*k nf geni'i'itl ineirlinndisc,
In siilii'iiingn slinrenf ynur pulnin-
<ige. we dii xn feeling etiulldeut Ilinl if:
ynu will fill rust us with ynur favors,
wc shall he equally ami mutually liene-
lilted,
.Mniiv yi'ins' experience in ntlier —vmv, soticb Is IIHHKIiY GIVEN
,M1.|s nf the nrnvlnee has cnn- r iinilor nulliorlty nf tbo iiroi-laiinis of tin
',      , , ... ,,     "Und Act Atnomlinont Aol, 181», Hint, all ar.
vlliced ns  Ihul   llu*  pnlilii* generally|rearsiipoujiro-omtitloriforliui-oli
cortlll-. f||
!5i"
•la
I
NOTICE.
iiniiM iimi-li iniifni. in iin Inislnii u. iiniin  liig mi llio Bill tiny o( I'-nlii'iiiii'.v. l.-lii,
muu.n iiiiii li pteiei tn (in iuisiih'sk upon , .^x |n |h.,, ((|lm| |Ull|lm| |llltajmolltHi
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. H. NORRIS, oi,™ R. C. ADAMS, J"
Midway, H. C.
Montreal
IT   Illl)-.
ogothor
ill  cash   linsis, lll'livllllllg Ilm priai'nf i ivilh inii'iTKl mi Um nniniiil liiiliiiiiini iin-i-niii
,    . ., ..,,,, ' nf six piiri'iiiit. iicrtiliiinni. Tlu'llral iii.aliiliiinnl,
guilds is consistent with lliis system, tnaollior "iiii Inlorosl from llio 2U ilnv „f
Keeling c„„li,l,,,(. Ihal such Isllie etise.! *™X« ^££,'5, V8U Uf
wi'lii'Klii suv Mint wc li;nv ndnplod Uuiilipavtnoni Immctllato utops "ill lie tukun
Ihis mcllmil nf doing hnslness, vl... ^^E^^--_^lSStIT,d" *"■ ■"*■*
cillicr fnr cash nr I nidi1, anil in lining     , ,      ,  .        ,,    .'S' PS!'"''
'     l)t:|jllll t lilllllliaalulll-rnf Lilllllsnllll Wol'kS,
•iii ivi' lielieve we arc acllng in lhe liesl
iiilcrcsls nf our ciistniiii'rs.
An ins|action of our slock and an
I'lupiiry as In prices will convince all
llnil such is the case.
In cnucliisinn, we would say Unit
every nppoi-ttiiiity will he enihiiteed hy
us In fosh-r and render assistance in
the di'velopincnt of lhe rich mining
nml aghioultmid ivjiniu'ccii nf this
~ccliiin.
I   Victoria, It. C.sili August, IIM,
MINEdAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   <if  iinpi'ovomonts.
immm
Si    m
ft    nt
lliiiJillliliiiiy
mil
mii^iiiiiii
Vernon Eranch : G. A.
ffiPentieton Livery, Feed and Sale Sties
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
if i PACK
1    HORSES
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
wo'::ice.
Till: CniuiuK Mini hai, Claim.
sitmiirin Summit Ciiinii, l'i-tili- Ilivii- Mining \
lihl<|nii'if V»lc District, II. ('.
TAKK NOTICK llnil  «'', lloborl C. Ailillns.'
frcO   minor's  CCIlHI  rule   Nil.  mm.   mill
Thanking ynu in  niillclpiillnii  fori Itnliori ilno, (mo iiilnw's rorlIflcnto Nn. .1711111.
ynur ninny favors, we ivioaiii pes-icel
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling.
fully yours,
II. WOOD .V Co.
lireeliwnnil, llmiiuliiry deck,11. ('.
Vernon Private College,
VERNON. B, C.
1'   AUKII'.N   Ml.Vl.K, IVlMII'AI..
SKNil KOH I1HWW Tls,
MJ NINO   NOTES,
inn ml. nil bin aixiv ilnys from 1 In* .lut,* Iiei*.-..]-.
inn|i|iii In tlio Onld Ciininil-wlniicr for a eorllll-
nf liiiiiliii-i'iiii'iil-. I'm' III'' |inl|iisn nl nli
  1' .1 ..r   '
Ifllnliig a Crnwii grant ill Hi
Anil fnillii I- lulu- mil in- Ilinl nilvorBC claims
inll-l Is. ~iil In Hie Milling lei'iii'ili'l'. iiiiiI
ilillnil nillltlli'ilieil before llie Isallnli f -.,,. -1,
wrltllonlo nf linin-iiiiiiieiiif.
llllli.il IW- Sib itiv nl Alllliisl, IStli.
Gi-ESO.   XS..  SE»ES.OXJIjE,
DLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELVt/RIGIHT.
HORSESKOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
c. o.
FAIRVIEW, 11. 0,
iHURSON, Prop,
: FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always In stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Arcoiiiinodiilion.   Good Stabling,  Terminus of KUge Line
from Miircus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Court of Revision and Appal,
Hock  Creek   Division   of   lh
l A. J. SPROLE'S EXPRESS STAGE LINE
,,,,       ,     RJoctorilJ  District of Yalo.
I null,   Mehlnney. Osoymts   tiul*iiin   ,,l
Villi* district, rrovtiiccur Hriilsh (In.  	
linulilii, Csusilii, Hili \o,,.,niicr. fHlir,.     , . ... ,, ,,       ,.,
lliwaii'i-iliiiii-i' ivltli llio provisions nftlm As-
'l'illl.ll.Sl|il.l;v.Ksi(.,.i.f. Sim.KV.H.C.A.VIi   Homuidlll All, ('inn-Is (if Unvlai nl A|l|IOItl
W. II. XlHthlS, Y,fti.. X. i'.. MllrVi.lV. H.C. . ivjll In-belli iisfnliinvs:
lliaTl.l-.Ml-N.   1  Isig Iii   liei-iliy   give   vim     Al tbntiincnnyi-lil gltli-e, (lanyii ik, iiii Tiui--
linllco ..( my inlenHiHi In n-|ii,!y nl  I'lic nexl j (liij, id. llOlll 'III,'  (if Niiveliilicr, llllll al 111"
nil (lug'if Hie Licensing I'mirl In lie lu'lil fur 11m ; tlus'ermiiijil iitli..*, M'uliiiiy, iiii lililuy. IIiii ililii i VV ill  le.'lVe Ol'O
1.i..i|.,iirl1iiniif llr flsoyooK IHllsloll nf VuU-, 'Iny nf Xiimnlinr. IMIi. id llie Inm,' uf kIcki,,
l>i*lrlcl,f<iriii.|.|iiMii,i In iriuicfer my lleeiisr   llie I'lireniwu.
I e '1iewile"llli|lliir 1iy relnll fnnn nivnllll'C Isigucill   V, McQOWAN,
tin miiv iii'i'inlscs Itere. Until sltiinii. 1n ennn.i|   'Ittd ;o of tlio Court nf Hevi-lun nml Ai'iunl
HJrKlieic.i aforcinlil.  Ynur- rcs'icctftilly,       | Giivcriitnonl OfHoo, Osoyoos, It. c,
IJl'llll C,j.JJBJtO.N,   I        ''li VnvwiiliiT. ISI.-I.
CrOING   SOUTH
will leave Penticton 7 a, nil, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m„ and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
GOIWG   SroXH,1rXX.
Washington, 7 a. .il, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m„ connecting \vith
SS. Aberdeen iind S, & O, antl C. P, Railways.
A J. Sprole, Prop,
The Kettle River Stage lie
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand FokB
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Qrgnd Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a.m., arriving at Penticton
on Wecifiesdsys at 6 p. m.
FADES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M, MII'M'-B,      -      Prop,,      .      Grarid Forks, B. C
KI A BBC'S  HORKT  HOTBIi.
LUMBY, Ii. O,
I'll'iiU-P-llil* AeeuimriO'-itl'lou for Oueste, Good Hunting find Fishing
Btoges to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Xio-u-iis BQ[ox!>a>n.d, Prop,

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