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Vol. V, No. 17.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
DW, JAKES, M. I)., CM.
BY AITOINTMUNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      l      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C M.
VI'IIIN'ON. II. (',
Late op
St. Thomas Hospital,
QR.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C,
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific' Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
I T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate or MoGill University.
Opfk.'b : Armstrong, b. 0,
D
R.  CORRIGAN,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Graduate of llio ltoyul College of Dental
Surgeon,, of Ontario.
Honor Graduate of Toronto University,
-nsi'icr.-
Pouad Rlook. Barnard Avenue, Vo i,,, I C
Large Shipments Arrivinff Weekly. Wo l.uy the
the Very Rest Brands, anil sail ni Wonderfully Low
Prices, Give ua n cull uinl he convinced Hint our
)>ri,-es are  lhe lowest in Ihis  secliiin  „f cnu,Iry.
Is and Shoos, Clothing, Etc.
We carry u large and well-seleeled stuck of nhnvo
nud ns we purchased uur guilds fur SPOT CASH we
are ennl,led to give „»,■ customers llie benefit, nf the
Discount,   Give us a Trial Order,
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Sonicrroii Siu'iikm,' Court,
Notauy Public, Conveyancer, Etc.
Olllco: ailuioro's Hlook, Barnard Avcnno,
VKHNON.   ■ R C.
pRED. BILLING.S,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
O*"M0Bs Martin's Block.
VmiNoN, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOn
Of the Supreme Court of B. C,
N o 'v a u v i' t; n i, 11', i'i'i' 0,
Viaixiix, 11. o,
J    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Chi ins Bought
and Sold.   Notary Public.
GRAXI)   FORKS   ....   II.   C.
pOHBES M. KEIIBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, a.'O,
*T  K OROWELL,
T1IONSON ST., W.IINON,
,, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Offltie nnd Store Fittings a Specialty.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, Ii. 0
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTAar PU3L9G.
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 tho Province Iminodlatoty Attended to.
Haps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettlo River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
"W. T. S3_.at,ffoar*_ E-Xxd Oo.
Fiilrvlcw, i'.uiip Melviiiney and Vernon.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TimiiiiEit, Proprietor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanag-an Lake
Stage Connection wiTB ti. ti. Aiieiiiiei"** to
Pairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek,
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made for Providing
Guidesanh Outfits fur Hunting Parties.
Wood, Cargill and Co
ARMSTRONG, H. C
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
I-I A M S    AN R   B A, C O N S.
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
•vtrooxt. OA.xta-xx.x. _s oo.,    .    -     Axtimsiijxtoiisrii:
J. G. M'&'MM,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    £Sj?o£3.
^SSAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
llll.WAY, n. o; UKKliN.limn, „. e.
M. HAH1IHTT. "• T* UOO0B0N
BOUNI1AUY  CKKI'IK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Groei.wii'Kri'ily, 11. ('.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Tlioroilfrll A|.(|lltil.ltnlK.u ullli llle Kettle
River nnil lloiiinlarj- Cruel- Milling
ObrVlotl.
IVERNON- SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOO, PROPRIETORS.
3K£8_'"
_____
Turnings Eta.
All Kinds  of, Factory   Work  Kepi  in Slock  and   Jliulejtn .Order
Coast  Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All KlridS of Ijiinibi'r, Laths j""* SIlllltjlAajKipt in Stoeli
Best Material Always Used. Write fop Prices and Diiamts j.
Siuvmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,   Sash nn.l Door
Factory on 0, P, I!., Vernon.
___ss&.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE!   2U3I_"E3
HIGHWAY RORBERY.
A Bolil Robber Hold: up 0. B. VcAuloy near  11
Cami, McKinney.  Ten Thousand Dollars
In Cold Bullion the Prize. II
On Tuesday Insl, about seven o'clock
in llu, illuming, anullier Imlil rubbery
was nil.li'il  In   the  list  ut'  crimes  in,
liiilish Ci.luniliiii.   Thespul where the I
rnlihcry was luiiiini! toil was al.nnl Iw,,
miles rust uf Oituip McKiuuey, iin tin*
wugiiu nuni lending  to  Midway,  'Ulli
lhe parly who underwent the uiylcas-
nnl I'xperi. .,,,•,. uf lunkiug into ,i  nuni
barrel was Hoh'H ulher Iluin   Mr.   Quo,
B. McAuley Of Spokane, ll'llc, is mu, of
the liini. iesl stuck hulilers in lhe t'nri-
l„,„ inine in the cuuip uliui'e  referreil
I...
The bullion; which was nisi in Hume .
bricks    neighing n limit  IHJ0 uiiuci'd,
viilued ruii.L'hly  ul   HWMH),  was  Ihc
pruducl ul two clean ups al llieC'arilmi, i
mine in Camp McKinney, whicli inine, I
it will be ri'uicinbcre.l, has paiil wilhiii i
tlle last two years over $100,000 in ilivi-
denils, "At the liineuf being  belli up
Mr. McAuley wns driving alung in his
buggy ml his way tu Spokane, .-mil was
currying the bullion in a pair uf saddle
bugs under Lhe seat of the vehicle. Tlle
sput chosen by lbe rubber fur the cm,
milling uf the crime, although si, nenr
the camp, wus a particularly favorable
one, ns ibe road iu the vicinity lakes a
very winding course unil  is heavily
timbered uu each side.
Mr. .McAuley inlet viewed, described
the occurrence, as fulluws: " 1 had
jjusl lefl Camp McKinney aud ivns
j making guuil lime uu tlie roud, iny|
\ horses being fresh frum the stable and
. the mad being nearly all down hill. I
had gol about two miles from camp,
i near MciMynn's meadow, when I came
I to a short sharp up-grade, my horses
[trolled up u portion uf llie pitch, und
I then sel tied don ll to a walk, I ivils
I holding u Hue in each hand, and was
thinking of anything hot uf being held
lip, when all at nncesiiaielhiiigallcacl-
eduiy attention, nod glancing to t Ik-
lefl 1 beheld lhe robber, whose fata, uud
chest was covered H ill, a cloth, stand*
ing on lhe bank between llie trees
rigtil on llie cilgi'ol Hit, road, and so
close lo me Ihul liis rifle was pointed
liglil into my fuee, Orders caine I hick
anil fast, lhe first lieing, '(live us ynur
money,! w Inch was an intimation lo
stop the team j the nexl, 'Throw up
yu,,,. bauds.' This order I partly complied with, hy throiviug u|, one hand
but, this was mil salisfiiriury,an,lngain
the uuler was repeated, 'Throw up
your hands,' I pal'ticiilarlj noted the
lum. of voice and the rubber's gestures,
ami being salislied Ihal, I wns in the
presence of nne whn was on nuvice ill
the business I compiled as gracefully
ns possible; Then ciiuie tlie order,
' llu,id oul Ihul, bullion,' This having
been complied with, T was invited lnill
move on, und keep nil moving,!' 11
Upon being dismissed from Ihe 11
presence of the rubber Mr. McAuley
drove as rapidly ns pussilile lu Mr.
Binder's ranch, a few miles on, and
despatched n messenger In ihecanip by
iicircuilous roule lo give lbe alarm.
Uc then drove lo Mid,,ay and reported
tlia matter to lhe iiulhorilies, and iniil mediately special constables were
Iswiirii in, who in eoinynny with (Jun-
slahlo Deans started in pursuit uf the
i robbers, as it is prelly certain more
lliau one man was implicaleil in the
business.
From Ihi- very accurnle uYsrripiion
given of the rubber by Ml'. McAuley,
! there is every pn.-ailiilily of the eon-
stables being successful in their seurh,
and it. is greatly to be hoped lhey may
be, as hy being sn they ivill nnl only
sustain the high reputation fur which
.the constables iu this district are
ju-'ly noted, but will earn to them-
selves a very BUhslautlitl reward
which has been oll'ered by Mr McAuley for the npnrcliensiuli of ihe
rubbers.
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KETTLE ItlVEIt MINING  DIVISION.
Record of rilinorul Location,; lor lhe Week
Ending Annual iii, man,
II   Hauler,  Sulllurllllid   creek,   Han
MuLiircn.
11 llulbi..   I!..II.   I'raclinual,   Sinilh's
camp. A. II. McDonald,
12 Silver I'iiii', I'run n Poinl camp, C.
I„ Tbnuii'l.
12. Wyaiiilnlle, Long Lake camp, T.
I lot lie.
12. Wnlllngfnrd,  Pass creek,  P.   W.
Pelersun,
12. AUiintn, Lung Luke cninp, P. W.
Pelersun and Ber! Ring.
12. London,    Wellinglon   cninp,    T.
Pascoe.'
12. Tornado, fourth uf .Iiily  ereek,
W, M, (Harkf
[12, Liltle .luck,   Observation   inoun*
lain, .1. Pn,uuler.
Ill, lime Bud, Wellington camp, 11. S,
[laser,
111. Flnrence II, Chrislinn lake, K, E,
llickma,
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays al 1 r. m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 1: m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. m   i:j, iii,,,. Gruusc-, Christina  lake, .1
 HA ; Turner.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT ANir EXPRESS   HI  Cnwii Point, Sulhcrlnnd creek, J.
XX.   I>.   MOBS'tSOTI,   X*Xtt_X>XtX?2t'_'f2>1il.
Toil,it.
14. Irun Mill, Lung Lake camp, P. W.
Pelersun.
Lindsay, Browns camp, S.M.Kirk-
hniti.
Granite,   Sand   Bunk  creek, 0.
Madden and.I. fi. Olhort.
McKinlev, Nnrlh Purk,,I. Wilchcr.
Eldorado,   Bruwn's  camp,   N. P.
Evans, and (1. M. Knulkes.
Sirius. Cars,,,,. R. A. Pnwer.
Arrlurus, Cars,,,,; J, II. Anders,,n.
Wild Wesi, Greenwood camp, T.
II. While,
Kaligai'iin, (Ireeiiivuud cninp, T. II,
While.
Culnrudn, Cnnynii creek, A. Tlml-
dell,
Oxfnid, frucliuiial, Skylark eutiip,
II. A. Hnlhl'iiilk.
('enler, Skylark camp. 0. Dillier.
Ml Paso, Greenwood ciimp, ,1. M.
OTooleuud T. llb.l.
Olive,   Oreeniiuod  camp,   W.  H,
Ar,,, strong.
Headlight, Cedar ereek, 0. Broil,-
rius uml I'l. Culmsee,
15. New Denl, Cedar creek, G. Brude-
rius and 1*1. Culmsee,
hi. .Mass Battery, fracliunal, Brown's
ci.np. ft, H. Fnrren, II, K. Beach
and 1, P, GJrduii,
(Inlunibia, Broivil's camp, ft, 11.
Farren, and H, F. Beach.
Index, Wellington camp, H. K.
llama.
Daylight, Summit camp, P. A. Z.
.Pare.
Sydney,   Fnurth July  creek,  T.
Livingston and .1. (jrahain,
Commonwealth, Kettle river,   B.
Perkins
liruukline, Kellle river, T. Currie.
City of I'ekiiig, Kettle river, Ah
Sing.
While, Canyon creek;.I. J. While.
Nevada, OutiyuH creek, T. Aiken-
sun.
Muldoon, Canyon creek, W. W.
Gibbs.
Idaho, Caiiyiill creek, E. Sullivan.
Slunvcsl, Eilgle mum,tain, .1,
llamillnn,
Ingersull, Long Lake camp, M. A.
L, Aichcr.
Chester. Camp McKiuney No. 2, .1,
,1. Fluiiriiay und 1'!. McCulluui.
Iled   Mum,lain,   Nurlli    Fork, C.
L'ameruu and La R. Perrine.
Spukane, Nnrth Fnrk, 0. Cameron
uml L. It. Perrine.
Mauimuth,   Nurlli   Fork, G.   W.
Averill.
Ili.rse Fly, Puss creek, J. W.Cheer
Silver Plank, Greenwood camp, J.
W. Cheer,
l'I'IITlI.'ll'.Vr..:s OK WORK,
Geneva, C.  fteat hertpn,  W.  IL
Brown. T.Wilson, D. J. Jackson
anil 0. M. Wilson.
Yorkshire Lass, (!. Harrington,
Svengali,  C.  Harrington anil  J.
Miimoe,
Num,day, (J. .1. Bowman,
Lust Chance, G. G. Rcynnlds.
Cupper Queen; W. Collins and G,
Reynolds.
Advance,  W. Collins, 0. Reynolds
and .1, 11. Reynulds.
Red  Ruse.   W.   Collins   and   G.
Reynulds.
Lake View, ll. L. Thomet, R.Wuud
and .1. W. Hugh Wood.
On, Denaro, W. A. Corbell.
Big Add, E. P. Suydain.W. J. Harris and 1''. Watson,
Melbnurne, A. ,1. Chili.Igren,  W.
II, Brown nnd T. Wilson,
Little Muggie, J. II. Rolfe nnd J.
F. Burr,
Highland Chief, J, 11. Fox and P.
Huberts.
Napulcun, J. Gulllllls,
Cieupatra, A. Omnn.
Blue .Monday, (I. II. Sutherland, .1.
P, ingle, C. Ceilergrcen and T.  P.
Cusack.
.Mililii, C. Ciileigreen, T. P. Cusack
and .1. Priugle,
A nu,/..,,.. .1, Priugle.
L.,-1, A. P.. Leunder.
Ingeisnl,  p. Davis, .1. I''. Rice uml
CO. I,nl le.
17  SI Ihrd, T. Wulsb and 11. F. Mc-
Fntlninl.
17. M,, lb,   T,  Wulsb   -uul  II.  K
McFnrliliid,
17. (Has,*,,.., I  .1.   Finns. .1.  II.   lien
derson, Gi K, Draw, T, Cnrinleliuel
uud T. S. IllgglimoU,
17   Mnlla,.l. II. Henderson.
17   Weal ward Hu,,I   B. Henderson.
17. Lansing, I. ,1. Evans, J, B. Hemic,.
sou, (1.  i'i.   Drew, T. Cui'lllll'hilt'l
und T, S. iliggiiisuii.
TRANSFKHS,
12. flu isl y,   nil   interesl,  A.   S. Mc.
Dm,nld In.I. Cm,nelly.
12. Frank II, urge, J inleresi, A. S,McDonald lu !.'Connelly.
12. Gladstone, J interesl, A, S. Mc*
Hn mild to J, Connelly,
lli, Helen, 1 inl.eri'Bl,.). C. Haas to G.
T. Hodgson.
II. lion Horse, f, inleresi, T.E.O'Brlen
In L. Seliurn.
M. Red Claud,.| inleiest,T.E. O'Brien
tolL. Schnrn.
14. Blue Bird, 1 inleresi, T. K. O'Brien
In l„ Schorn,
11. Helen. ' inleresi,.!. Wallace loll.
II. Manama,a
16, Spoiled Horse, !. inleiesl,  W. II,
Covert in.I. Sutherland,
15, Diamond Hitch, { inleresi. ('. 0,
Washburn to (1. W. Wallers and
II. (I. Beach.
15. Tiger, i inleresi, C. O. Washburn
mil. W. Walters.
15. New Jack of Spades, all inleresi,
.1. A.Corvelllo F. M  Kuril}',
17  Slide,all inleresi, I). W. Dillon In
W. K. While.
17. Sp.-iilcd Hiirse,1inleresl,.l,Siilher-
laud loll. Ilcnlow.
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HEINZE IN LONDON.
Ho'sland Miner: 1-'. Aug. Ilein/.,* is
now in Loud,,,,, uifumpuuicil by Lieul,
Gov, Dcivdaev and Chester (llass. The
piirpntenf his visit Is In raise inoney
In luiilil 111,' Cnlumbia k Weslern   lalil-
i-i..ill. li bus been reported ihal Mr.
Ilein/.,'was alsn to at lenipt tt, secure
money with which lo build the Crow's
Nesl Pass, or miller the British Coluuililn Southern railway, but Ihis Is probably uol true. When lhe Crow's Nest,
road is Iniill it will most probably bo
done be llle Canadian Pncilic cninpnuy.
Mr. Ileii 17.0 vi ill have his hands full
wilh,In- Culumbla A: Weslern, He
has gone to Loudon with a prnvincln
land grunt of several million urres In
support his eluiin. Cov. Dewdney wus
of course laken along lo give urticinl
weight In Mr. llein/e's mission. Mr.
(lluss bus of lule become u sort uf legal
d ciuilideiiliul adviser lu Mr. Heinze
and is now entrusted with his mosl lm.
portnnt work,   ll  was Mr. Gl,i*.s who
ngineered lhe subsidy schemetbruugh
the provincial legislature Inst winier.
It is impossible to muke an Intelligent prediction us tu the result nf Mr.
Ileinze's elfurls In London, Much depends ,„, Ihe ai Hi iulu of the Canadian
Pacilic. This entire,country Is classed
as Canadian Pacilic territory, and Ihe
company is supposed lo have something to say about any transpoiliitlun
enterprise llial is set on foul within its
binders, though whut it dues say is not
always effective, as notably in tlie case
of (he Columbia & Bed Mountain. Mr.
Ileinze's success will also depend largely upon lhe prospects of business for
his road, as well as lhe possibility of
Hulling an available route ncriiss lbe
mountain ranges between the Columbia
river and Lake Osoyoos.
If presenl Indications nre good fur
anything there will be an immense
tonnage of ore and general business
originating In Hie Boundary country,
The surface showings of Hie mines
there are very large and if development, proves the ore bodies tu gutlown,
there will be enough business for Mr.
Ileinze's road and several Others, How
much weighl ihese Boundary prospeels
however, will have on lhe London
money market, we are unable to say.
lull it, may be safely said that ninney
fur railroad building is uul as easily
ihtained as it once was and Ihal very
few railroad enterprises of any magnitude are now being Hunted.
Mr. Ileinze's efforts '.ill be watched
with much inleresi. If a railroad was
built, west through the Boundary
counlry lo Lake Osoyoos il would be
uf tremendous iinportiince lo llosslund
mid Innil sonlhe,u Brilisli Columbia,
I .4	
TELEPHONE LINE TO BOUNDARY.
W. B. Aris. manager „f the spukuue
und Brilisli Cnliinibiu Telegraph and
Telephone Company, bus given sulue
news tn the Spnkesiunn-Review concerning the runsliiicliiin uf the tele.
phone system belween Ilnssland and
Spukane, Mr. Arissaid: "I have just
completed arrange,,,,',lis with Mr.
iliipkins, uf ihe Inland Company,
nlu'ri'by we runic intu Spukane from
iliilyanl over 11 ivi. line and connect
will, their rciilrnl ulliee, Bo ibnl nil nf
Iheir subscribers law, f, um iheir um,
ulliee, ring up Rossland. We bnve il.e
unly franchise In crow, Sieves cnunl v
and lbe lescrvali.in. Wnrk un llie
line Is progressing in|.ldly, and bv tiie
lai of |),.|.|.,nl,er wc expect Ihul Spukane can talk With Nlll'tlipni'l, 'I'be
Iiu.. frum c liuii.. in Easl Marcus will
be c.uiiplcleil by lbe Iirsl of i,ev'
,,„,nib, uud we-h.,11 alien wurk frum
mull   eliils.    I'i.au   Marcus   lle   shell
build a I    In   I, ai,i,buy  and   ulher
camp, In ihai pari ui ihe country,"
. ► • .
POST-Olf'iLi; I oil ANACONDA.
Anilccllilu is ul lenglh lu bnve upu.-t*
nflice, Petitions asking for )J|ll estnb-
lislimeul uf ihis necessary institution
liad been aildi.'aae.I lo lbe postal do-
purlinent nn several occasions, bul
seemingly without elfecl. II wns nut
until representations were inude by
Mr, Bosloek that action was taken.
Mr. McNicol is, it is underslnnil, lu receive the appniiil inenl uf posl-ma.stci.
 . ,4      - -    ■
TO KEP0BT ON B. C. MINES.
It is understood lhat lhe Dnmlnlun
government is considering llio sending
uf n run,mission lo Brilisli Coliunbin In
look Into ihe mining capabilitiesttf the
province und ri'piii I. THE ADVANCE.
Vi. II. NlllilllS 1'IIOI'IIIETOII
I'ubllshod   weekly   al   Midway.   II. ('.
Subscription Price, 22.1111 per an,nun. payable
In advance, oltllOr yearly or half-yearly al 111,-
0|,liu„ of the subscriber.
Advertising Kales senl on application.
Though llu: ei.luuina uf Tm: .'.i.va.nck arc
always open fur tho -twit—Ion uf matters nt
public iulorcsl ami Unportauoo, ive du not HUG*
cossarlly enilurs., uuy nf tlie opinions expressed.
Cunvsiiiiinleniie of a personal nature ivill not he
published.
: A cross ill lliisspi.ee illdi-
:cites lhat your subscription
an Mils imper bus expired.
MONDAY, A1;GCST2I. 181X4.
NEW RAILWAY PROJECTS.
If we are In believe in the truth nf
lbe adage which leslilles to lhe 'close
relationship existing between smoke
and fire, there is guud ground upon |
wliieli to assume Ihal, llle greal draw!
back-in fuel, llie main hindrance*— Ui
thu development of Ihe resources of
this llislricl. will be removed in lbe
near future. We refer loa very decided movement In regard in ihe construction iif rail,nnds lhrough lliis
country that is now Inking place. A
prnnpeclus uf a company calling itself
the Vancouver, Victoria, Eastern Railway uml Navigation Company, lias
just, been issued. Tlie prnspecl,,s
describes Ihe runic whicli theprupuseil
line will lake, and laysparlicnlarslress
ou llie recent discovery of a pass admit,! ing of nu easy grade over Hope
mountain, The line will run llimugli
llie valuable agricultural lands un the
Fraser, through the Siniilkameen, a
llislricl rich in placer and quarlz
ground', lhrough Boundary uud Kellle
river to Rossland. Thus alung the
entire distance designated ihere is
hardly a square lllile thai, is not, or
could nut be made, productive, While
the successful ciiiisiimni ilinn nf Mr.
Ileinze's scheme is both desirable and
probable, il would certainly not elfecl
lo such a Injudicial degree tbe country
as a whole as llu.'carrying mil nf the
project of direct cominunicalii.il with
lbe coast cities. III comparing, therefore, the two schemes, it will lie seen
that 'ihereasone would indubitably be
of vast assistance lo lbe districl per se,
the olher would emit i Unite iu nn eyen
nu,re sensible and wider manner te
provincial development, uud tend, as
nothing else could, l„ establish lhe
Ini.tiiiiMs relationship between llie In-
leriur and the must which, de|iii i rally
enough, does not exisl ul the present
lime,
Active measures are likewise being
taken tu secure goier,unenlal aid lu-
waiils llle c.unslruiliuii nf llie lung
projected road llirultgh Crow's Nest
Pass. A petition euianaling I',,'in Rosslaud, is to be circulaled Ihriiugliout the
country where interests aie likely to
be affected by lhe opening of the pro*
->■-'■    I     --,  —-.
of exhibits liigclher for fhe occasion
will milurally transport them to the
sister society's exhibition held a few
days Inter, than In bring Ihem in cum-
petition with products grown iu othev
localities, and by ulher hands. Shuuld
lhe same whnlesnmi'rival, y be generated among societies as is generated
among exhibitors by the holding of
agricultural shuws, providing unly
good feeling is alb,wed to exist, then
nothing but what is guud shuuld he Ihe
outcome, as represented by a wider
sphere nf usefulness, and a consequent
greater amount of success and prosperity to each and all alike.
NoTlOES may be seen posted ill conspicuous places iu the neighborhood
declaring that for llle fill lire the storekeepers of Greenwood City, Anaconda,
nud Midway intend closing their place,,
uf business un Sundays, This is just as
il shuuld lie, as ihere is no reason why
store-keepers shuuld mil enjuy une
day's rest in seyen, Ihereby conforming somewhat to Christian principles.
Very little incunvenience will result to
llle public by the change, and ut the
end of Ihe year the uierehanls will lind
I lieu,selves quill* as well off Ilium, inlly
and perhaps iniill, belter olf iu ulher
respects.
A snil'MKNTuf splendid peaches arrived in Midway during lhe week,
which Were,grown on Mr, Lamhly's
ranch ou the west side uf Okanagan
Lake. Although the frail wus iu a
nice, ripe stale, the junrney by stage
from Peiiliclon seemed lu cause nn injury to ii, thereby proving conclusively
Ihal delicate fruits, such as peaches,
raspberries, etc., can he- laid down iu
Ihis market in a guud saleable slate of
preservation, As the market is an expensive one, Ihe future should see
quantifies uf fruit brought Int.. lbe district from the upper Okunugan, if only
prices nnd freight rates can be inude tu
conform with* the length of people's
pockets, which, no doubt, will be done.
-*• —
ACTING in bis capacity iif a director
of the Brilisli OollllllHia FruitGruwers'
Association, the proprietor of ihis pub*
lieafinn is endeavoring tu bring the
producer and ennsumer of the several
districts in lunch une wilh Ihe other,
and sn fur has met wilh a fair amount
uf success. As mining development
will have lhe effect of creating a rapid
iy expensive market, and as local producers will not for some time tn coiuu
he able to satisfy the demand in some
particular lines, mure especially in
fruits, every encouragement shuuld be
given so Unit the producer in the upper
Oknnagnn may be brought in touch
wilh a market thut is peculiarly this
nne, as against, outside cnu,],,,, inn from
across lhe line. Wilh I his end in view
n correspondence is solicited alike from
ull parties concerned, and if lhe result
should lay only fhefounilationlhisyear
of a mutual intercourse among those
who are seeking outside  markets fur
C. F. COSTERTON
VEItNON', 1). C.
Genep-al Real Estate & Financial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Agent  Por"v-
The Biiyai, Insurance Coy.
The London anii Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. of-North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Lieu Assurance Coy of
Canada.
The Dominioe Buii.iiinu ano Loan
Association.
Api'iiaiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
H. KEYES, Prop,
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROn&H AND DRESSED
—LUMBER*^
posed   route.   Petitions,    it  may  I'e | tl.-.i,- !h*<„1,u*(., and Ihf -iiiisiuim-ts who
complain thai it is impossible loget at
present many lines nf fruit, etc., that
are greatly needed, thin something
will have been attained, and our labor
will not have been in vain.
opined, are not as a general rulu re-
inurkahle fur lheirellicacio,i-ncss;lhcy
certainly do no Ilium, Mine significance, however, is to he altiii-hed lu
the seemingly favorable altitude of lhe
federal government, unil lo lhe icieiii
utterances of railroad ollicinls competent to discuss lhe matter, Superin-
li'iiilanl Whyleof the C. P. li., is reported lu have said llle olher day, Ibnl.
as sonn ns pnrliunienl meets ii.foi-mu-
tioii regarding lhe possibilities ,,f flu,
line wuuld be placed befoieIhe.Goverii-
iucut, and requisition made for an
adequate appropriation of public
ninney tn assist llie enterprise. If Ibis
eneuiirngemeiit is given—and wilh lhe
weight iif public sentiment favorable,
there shuuld be nu reason lo believe lo
the contrary—the road would be built
al once and be used ns llle uilllll line nf
Int Canadian Pacific .Company, If Is
not unlikely, therefore, lhat the V. V.
K. B. &N. 0, will simply then be u
continuation of lhe C. P. R. line lu lhe
roast. Wo beg to inform tlie public, tliat wo tiavo
There cuu be no duubl but. events uf i upend ,,,„■ new Drug Store and solicit n share
the past six weeks ui Rossland, resull* of thcir putmnngc.
ing in strikes of unexampled richness, J   Buying drugs li entirely a mailer of co„fl-
PltOVINCIAI, Smcuktauv's Orvmr.,
Rth Angus!. 1MII.
HI.s HON'Olt (l,o Administrator of tho
liovernmoiit <>f It,i, isl, Columbia tins boon
nlcnsc.l to a|.]iui,il Itonr.itT IV.u,i,ack Jakes,
of Kottlo, Kivor, Esquire, M. 11., to bo a
Coroner for tlio Kottlo Rlvur Mining Division
of Yalo District. 18
S. A. MUIR k CD,
(Siicccksoi-h to It. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B, 0.
Keep „ firsl -Class stuck uf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Pcitcnt Medicine's
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 OIVKN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
J'llSTWriCK DOX Ul.
\V. DALRYMPLE
G-eneval    3Bl_c3-cj3x»xA-fcli.
PAIRVIEW, B. 0*
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
GREENWOOD  CAMP
HOUNHARY CRKBK, B. 0.
A
hiivogmttly conlrlOuli'd tnuimls tin*
pirsi'iil iiinvi'iiii'lit, mul llml   the Qf)V-
(ji'iimmib will Iiu largely Influenced liy
Mn* prnnilserl (icvcliipnu'iit ul" llml. see*
lif.n nf Kiinli'iiiiy, nml lllis  sirliim  of | jt jBeiilirelyn matter iif i|iinllly
YMr in consult, tin k llieli- reply to the j |nucl. m_mco 1(1 ,iio
Kind ti'iiiispnrliiltnii niinpuny.
KDtTOHIAL N0TIC8,
flciu'C UK in uiMithur biiriincHH is unphUlli-ntinri
eiwlorj lior dnrs any oilier avenue nlfnnl m
ready ami'iiiiNuf clin|iiiNlngof -tvortliN.HKiirUfleH.
Vmi can buy u. nalr uf hIiuch for ?l or fur ?l(i,
There in am
liliilily   of  tlni:;- HH
In urn I Ills ffttek'i ml.nuns will lie
found mi iinmiiiiM'i'iii-i'iii tn lhe i-IVeci
thnt niicxhil'iliuii will hu belt! on Hep-
ti'iuli'M' I In- 25i Imi K* Imum, under llle
auspices nf llirAKiinillunil mul Traders
Assorintionnf OkmiitKiUi Mlasluli, It|'u'v v"
|h ii ni.it Mi fiircongruiulntliH) ihni ihc
AhmocIiUloll has sn far prngresHed ns lo
hr in u pnsilion lo hold .such nn PX-lilM*
tinn, ami having f'oiifhulrti mi Io do,
wi* hcspfiik for it a decided sum-ss, if
only ihc finii (rp'owera nnd ninchers of
Ihc valley fi'i'l inclined lo innkc it t*i>.
for surely nn single locality in Hiilish
there Is in KlmrH, except In purchasing one yon
WW ihu j uur own Judgment, ami in buying the
olher ymi nre enllrely llopoilfloilttlpon Ihe in*
legrity and Judgment of lhe druggist, In one
vtuui ll Ih (inly a mailer ot comfort uml appearance, uml in thu ulhvr fiTuuonlly ot llfo or
ili'iith.
If you want llie imrcKt uml bout drugrt obtain-
imi yutir palroniigaI if youwuti
llie cheapest, we eanmil aecnmimiilulo yon.
If ynu lined meilieine, yon need lhe bent nml
purest iihlninahle, compounded liy n Hkilled nml
experienced prone rlptiwi 1st, wilh tha must
Scrupulous care uml llileilly.
Hunmii life mny hn in the balance and dependent un the prompt octloit of Ihc remedy
pieMiiihed; and if the latter he not of Rtnmlttrd
(Inluinhiaissufavnr'il in Um varied ]>ro- |nlrenglhamlpiirlly Lho pit jmlotitf i'S skill inuf nn
dint inns of IVliiK, (lowers,  vegt'lallles,  aviill, ami the p'ttlent fails of Impmreinciit.
ccreils,   Inhicin,   I'uolS,   etc.,   as   the     Wc carry a full line of patent iiiedirincn, in*
Oktit\itgHn IMissinn vulley.   'lliiil it wjll valtrtH* spootnltlof*, tollot rot]iiIeit*DW bto/ in groat
interfere wi'li lhe sue, ess nf lhe Okan-  variety.
a HUD nnd  Spiillunii heen   Agricultural i   Mail unlorn receive prompt und enroful at*
Socitaly'.s exhibition lo lie held   a few . Umlion,amlnii,vll)in«nol In stock will Iw pro-
days In Up, we are nol  Inclined to  lip-1 (jural al oncow'lthoutoxtrtifihttrges.
lieve      rn.her    nn    llu-  cnlrnry'II ] R   ^ mLflR      ,,„_
shun.,I have Ibe  eltecl    nl   I'l'lltli'l'llIK I
K±^i^^a   * Prescription Pharmacy
*,ml lu. ia„'.1,11,1 id a. Inigt nu.iBlil.yl Omuji-wdob Ciiy, B. C,
Hamilton k Meiiillvray,
West. Iflml nl \ /
iiiimr.l Avenue,    VERNON,B.C.
White : Help : Only.
Firflt-Clnsis in Kvery Rospoot.
Kvery (,'oinfoi't iintl Qonvontonco,
Froe Bus lo a,„t from All Trains.
A Call Sollctlcl.
Stable :  iif : Connection
F.B. JACQUKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEIINON, n. c
■ i   ii ■■ii■■■■■■■■■ ra
.. Tie Gold Drop Boarding louse..
Good Ai'i'oiiimwlnrion for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C.
Vou can now purc!innc cedar panel doorn. boaul ifully made and tlnlHhed; window riunh.
Ini lis, nliltigk-H nml all oilier kinds of limine fnniwliini-.--, ul tlto Okanuxun Kuwinlll. UoukIi und
di-t'srii'd lumber emislantly on Inuid. Unlcrti from Kettle Illver district aolttlitctl ami priccn
fuiiiislicd upon appllcitlioii to
N. 11.—ShhIi mul Iloorn nt Count Prlueri, wild Sllfflit Advance to cover OOSt of freight.
B.   X.EQTJI1_B, PROP.
The trade centre of the Grand fe
Prairie,    Kettle   river    and §fe
Boundary creek  mining and J&p
agricultural country. ml
 ^  fm
—=— __ $&
Situated at the junction of n|
the Boundary creek, Marcus ||!
and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
Nearest point to the Colville Hj
reservation mines. fM
LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ffl
Vuy prices nnd all other information apply to p3*if;i
C. E. STUART - - - AG™X m
CARSON, GRAM) PRAIRIE, B. 0.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
-^•UPHOLSTERING*^-
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
♦V NACONDA HOTEL
;      - ■■...-
♦♦♦♦♦
♦
ANACONDA,   B.  C.
Visilnrs tu Ihe Kiiuiidiiry Creek Mining Camps, 8tup al lliu Anaeunihi
Good Table -  Good Beds - Good Liquors - Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor
A, D. WOKGAN,
Portrait& Landscape Pbotogpaphet
QltEKNWOOD.B.O.
VIEWS OF   THE  DISfntCT   FOR   SAlE.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
bPOKAN E   F ALLS,
P. < I, Box 50a. Wns-hiiiyloii
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
Send Your Order to-****v*»—
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Food, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones. "Kelowna,
RESERVATION TRADING  CO'Y
Carson, B. C, nml Reserval iuu Store, Nelson, Wusli.
General .7 Merchandise
And Minors'OulHts of all ileseriptiniis.   Our slueli i.s large
nnd I'unipleti! and ive believe you will llml
Our  Prices an  Object
TA._tX.Xt
Slion-lus the Dates and Places of Court*
of Assl/e.Msl Prlai, Oyer and Terminer nnd General Gaol Deliver)* foi'the
.vein* l-sllli.      '
KALI, ASHI/.MS.
<-'li„lo„ Thumlay 2llh September
Itiulitlcld Monday, Stli September
KiiinluupH Monday, 5tli October
I.ytl.),. Friday, llth Octobor
Vernon Monday, 12th October
Now Westllllstoi* Tuesday, 3rd November
Vancouver Monday, Oth November
Victoria Tuesday, ITtli November
Nuiuilinii Tiicmluy, 'Uth November
NOTICE.
NOTH'K Is hereby ulvca tliat, slxly days
aftor ilulf, l.ereof, I Intend to apply ui
(ho llu,,. IboCliiff ronuni'isloncr of UuidHiinti
Works for iil-iiiiIh-iIoii to imrebuse eighty acres
uf laud, nil unto it. the Oko.uioh tJI.-lston of Yalo
Uiairlci,In tho Provinco ol Hriilsh Columbia,
viz.:
Oommonolng at tin, s„ut!,*wost coi nor of the
nurlli-.veHl nuarUirof .Sticllia, Nineteen, Town*
ship Slxlyelubt, rill.llliifc llieneo west Iffl
obalns, llii'iii'L. south 2„ i.luiitiH, lltenue uasttu
. Imi,a. thonco north :'„ ,.|i„Iiih, thonoo w-est ■-',,
chains to the point uf ,-,,i,, t,,,,,,,-,,,,-, ,1.
WM. II. JteMYNN.
Midway, II. C,,Inly lllh, IM, tl
NOTICE.
To R, c. Sidley, J. P., Sidley, B. C. and W. H,
Norris, J. P., Midway, B. C.
QmiTMSMBN.-Wo bog to horoby give you
nolieo Ibal wu inlend, ai thu next sitting of tho
Mnuaiiil* Couit, lo bo hold for llio lower portion of tin, ,,.'..a....a Division of Yalo Districl,
lo apply for a liocns - for tho sale uf Honor at
I'aiup MoKlimoy, JUHN MuDONjVLD.
W. II. CONKIjK.
Hated tills Ist.Iay of August, IHE 17.
NOTICE.
NOTIOK to horoby glvon Hint I, Clias. De B.
Urccn, as agent fur A. Wood, intond 60
days from unto matting application tu the Chief
I'uniiiiissioiiorol LiUuisuuil Works for permission to laiiThasuaoorliiiiiisH-lionuf land situate
luttioUBoyoosdivisionot-Yalo diatrloc in tho
provinco of llriiish Columbia. Vis: llie unoc*
ci,liiwl fracl inn of land lying west and adjoining
tho Uovorniuont reserve on I'ass creek, Norlli
l-'orkof Kottlo rlvor, aud cpuUitnlng ,00 acres
„,o,„ or less, C. II 11. liiiKKN.
siuley, II. C, July 13, WW. 20.   ,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato  (if Improvcinuntg.
NOTICE.
Tun Nu.\* Si-en Mimiiiai, Claim.
Sltuato in Smith's Camp, Kottlo River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK that I, W. T. Smith, freo
miners oorfltloatfl Nu. 702(11, as agent for
tlie Ltepubliu Mining (Jo., Ill ton il, sixly days
from tlio iluio heri'iit, to apply to Ihu Mining
Itecordor for'n cortlilcalo ol ii,,iaovo,„eiit*.ior
ll.o purposo of obluii.ingu Crown grant of U.e
tttiovu clutnl,
And further lulu, untie., that action, iindor
section 37, must lie commenced boforo the
Issuance olsuoli cortiflcato of Ituurovouioiita.
Hated till, ii'tl, day ot May, Wai. 24
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvement),.
NO'FXCXl.
Tun IU'.vdeh Minuiial (Ilaisi.
Situate In Providence Camp, Kettlo River
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK lhat I, James Sutherlanil.
free miners ccrtitlcato No. 80.11,. an.l
Hubert Wuoil, free miner's ccrtitteate No
tl'.H.i. intend, sixty days lrotu lho (lull, hereof.
t„ apply to llu, Mining llocordorforaoortlttoato
ofiinprnvumcnls. for lho pui'pnso ol obtalntug
u Crown grunt „f il,cai,ovoelaini.
And furlher take notice that action, under
section 37. must be commenced before tho
Issuance of suoli cctillcateof improvements.
llulnl lliis lllllidiiy of Aligns!, 1S%. 2.1
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
If yon wish tu save money.   Give us an early cull,   Fair
and square dealing i.a uur lliot'to,
Ccrtiflcnte   of   Improvement*.
NOTIOE.
Till: I,AST ClIASOU MlNEHAl CLAIM.
Sltuato In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mlntn*
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE Hint I, W, T. Smith, freo
minor's oertiflcato No. 7112111, us agent for
lho flopubllo Mining Co., intond. sixly days
frum the dutt, lic.rcof, to apply to the Mining;
Itocordci'foracoi'lillcuto of iniprovcmcnls tor
lho pnruoso of obtaining a Crown grant lo tho
above claim,
And fui ther take notice that action, undor
sectiun 37. must bo ooiniiionood boforo tho
issuance of sllcll corliflcnto uf linlu-uvoluonts.
Hated this 27th day uf May, 1806. 25
MINE KAL ACT.
Cortiflcato   of Improvements*
X-O-OVXOXL
Thk Oko IJexoho Minkkai, Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTUWOlhnt [, VV. A. Corbott, freo
minor'* cortlflwto No, fl"!^, Intond. sixty
ilajr. from llu* (liltu imrunf, In ajnily to Ihc Uold
Uominiffllonorforacortifloflioofiniprovcmonta
l'"|- Ull' |itll')in v nt niil,lililllH   »   (irOWl)  gl'HIll  10
lho tvbdro olAtnti
Ami further lako notico. thai advorwolftltns
hum In* suit In ilia (Iniil ('ntnmiririliiiier and
notion OOItltnoncotl lmrurn ihu iHrniaiice of wid
cortiflofltfl nf iHipruvoinotitfi.
Dainl LIiIhImI day of July, \m, W
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cot'tlfloiltQ   of   IniprovomontH*
KTOTXOIEI.
Tiik Lkxinutox Mis-mtAt, Cuim.
Sltimto In Central Tamp, Kettle Riv«r Mtn-
lnu Division of Yak' District.
TAKK NPTIOK Unit I, Juhn A. Coryell, as
Auonl fur J. Taylor, froo iiiIhlt'h corliilwite
No. BJillt, uml (inn. >V, j.iiiiihnigor, fn^o minor's
ccrlificnto Nn- 0213t, inttiiil, nixty days from
Llie diilo licrrnf, lo ii|i|ily to Uio Mining Ho.
obrder foi* a oertittoaUi of lmiirovomontefor tho
nnrnofio nf obtaining a Crown grant to tho
above nlaiin.
And furllmr (uko liotlco tlmt action, under
sootloli i!7, must be conimenoOrt before tho Ibhu-
unci! nf Mini) I'frlillnaUMif iiniirnvcmunlfl.
Dalul lliin -Illll day of May, 1890. 25
NOTICE.
Notico is hereby glvon Ibnl the partnership
horotoforo existing between H. I). Maok and
N. Thnll, under Ihc linn name nf Mack k
Tholl, in (he link*I business nt. Anaconda, ll.C.,
bus boon dissolved,
All accounts eontrflotod liy lhe firm provious
lo August Kith, ISM, will be nettled by N. Tholl.
who will in future conduct, the business of tho
Anaconda lintel. MACK k THOU*.
Aiint-ondu, B, C, AugUiii I'Hli, 18D0, IP ■ - —•
'  *    I   -     — ■        -■*•"
LOCAL AN DI1ISTKICT.
the plasterers have just completed
their iVurk in the Greenwood Hospital,
ttnll the liuildinjj will shortly lie ready
for the Occupation of patients.
MC. McLaine ii accredited with killing the largest rattlesnake of the
Unison. Th8 reptile, whieh had seventeen rattles, was destroyed on the
reserval Ion,
To such proportions lias the Inisiuess
of Messrs. Kniglil & Oo, „f Vermin,
grown, il has lieeii found necessary to
erect a new liuililing and Install a
8te»m plant for the manufacture of
sausages, elc.
Dr. Jakes has heen appointed coroner
for the disi riet. If deaths under unusual cim,instances lire not more
numerous in the future than they have
been fortunately in the pasl, the due-
tor's puhlic duties us coroner will mil
seriously Interfere Willi his private
|imctlce.
Owing lolhe trend of affairs with
regard to the recent I. H. 1), appoint-
nients, if ynu listen intently you may
hear the birds warbling their exultant
lays in the cuppage, and the winds
sighing iu the pnrke.
A new sclinnl has heen opened at
Okanagan Falls,' with Mrs, A. Ketch!-
son as teacher, and al though (he attendance is not large, yet. will it prove
a great hoon lo parents and children
alike. A new sehuol-hiiuse is in cuurse
uf erection, and until coinplutitl a
spare building is being utilized.
Mr. A. V. (Juppng,*, formerly const*-
He at Osoyoos, has hail bestowed ou
him the appointment recently created
«* Inspector of roads and bridges for
the Vermin, Osoyoos, and Kellle river
divisions of Yule district. Mr. (Jup-
page's appointment is a very popular
am, and »she is proverbially a mail of
jroxiil sound sense, lie is liable to HI] the
position with credit to himself and advantage to Ihe (iuverninent,
J, A. McOlellun, travelling agent for
tlie Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 'passed
through Midway on Wednesday. Mr.
Mel Holla n ' spurts the festive bike,' and
lias travelled within the past, six weeks
aver* thousand miles nu his machine,
leglsteriiiglhe distance covered each
day by means of a cyclometer. Mr.
Mcf'ldlau was much Impressed wilh
lhe development lhat had taken place
in lhe counlry since his previous visit
lasl fall.
The addition to the Boundary Hotel
ul Midway i» beginning tu assume u
definite form. The building attracts
uracil alteiitiiiii from lbe uuiu,u,mess
of the architectural design, which, is,
it is understood, copied fr.uu ancient
Egyptian art. It will be suine lime
yet before Die building will be 111 for
occupancy, Imt ii, is nut luo mucli to
say that when i' ts completed, it will
have few rivals in point of size and
comfort' Iti the disi riet.
Aboul the first of the mouth Mr.
Allison, of Princeton, Shuilkaineen,
suffered llie luss uf his dwelling house,
store, and other buildings by flood,
or rather by Ihe river taking lo itself
another channel, thereby undermining
tlie buildings in question, which wer
built upon lhe hank of the river, wbich
at that point was only about six feet
above low waler level. Air. Allison
was enabled to save his furniture and
effects, and with the assistance of
neighbors is busily engaged erecting
other buildings upon land having a
liighei elevation.
The erection of buildings to accomodate the new Haw-mill plunl to Ik- put
at Knderhy by Messrs. Smith k McLeod of Viirnon, are being pushed
rapidly forward, antl will soon be
ready for occupation, The size of the
main building is 50 x 100 feet, two
storevs, and adjoining this is an engine
room 10x24. By lhe creel ion of a sawmill plant, nt I'liderhy. Ihis enterprising firm is hrnughl directly in touch
with an almost inexhaustible supply of
splendid cedar and pine, wliieli growing iipoii the banks uf the Spall,nu-
cheen river and In Ihe .Sugar Lake
district, cm easily la, brought lo their
mill by being raffed down fhe stream
just referred In. As suun us the mill
gels intu running order, a long fell,
want will be supplied, iw m, necessity
will then exis i which will oblige, local
saw-mill men nnd contractors generally, sending Iul hi, const fur lliiislilug
lumber, us lhey huve been accustomed
to do up lo the present lime. The
local, south, r.i and north west market
for cedar and while pine Is une of great
dimensions, au,I this being the case,
the new enterprise run hardly be other
I bun a grand siueess,
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MINING   NOTES.
Messrs .1. M. Green and 1). M. Mc*
Dougall recently located auulher
claim on Kruger mountain, ami judging by repurts Ibey have a guod thing
in hand, as the vein is uf a gond wi.llll,
and all hough the ore has nut been
assayed, il. is nn easy matter lo find
colors by pulverizing lhe quartz and
washing same in a gold pan.
A very rich strike has been made ll,
tlie new shaft being sunk upun lbe
Ivanhne mine near Loomiston, Wash.,
owned by Messrs. Onward and. Weston.
There is Ihree feet of ore in the hot I mil
of the shaft, and assays are had shewing 1,200 oz, uf silver and 2 uz, gold
per Inn, Minemen are const nnl ly kept
at wurk, und development is being
pushed willi great vigor,
HmOM,H„„H„»„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„H,„,
J. McNICOL^
Dealer in Greaxe2*«ai,l   Mlear'csli.&ii.clis©.   ♦
Agent for THE GIANT POWDEB COMPANY, SAN FBANCISCO.
Powder Magazine at Anaconda.
rs son
j MIDWAY AND ANACONDA, B. C.
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Again miners are turning their nt-
lention lu the placer grounds around
Whilemaii's creek on the west side of
Okiinagan lake, one or two outfits
having recently gune to work on new
ground. Tunnels will he driven Into
lhe banks uf the creek with the object
of striking the river rock, which is
covered wilh a very heavy wash, The
resull of I he experiment will probably
he known during ihe winier ur nexl
spring, as it. will take some lime before
the result, of the labor applied can lie
determined.
The last piece nf machinery belonging to the cyanide plant whieh is being
erected at. the Wyandotte inine, near
Gulden, Wash., is now upon the ground,
and before long the plant will lie in
operation. The working of tne plant
will he watched with great interesl,
for on llu. success uf the new cyanid-
il)g process of treating nre, depends
lhe installation of other plants upon
niines to the north as well as to Ihe
south of the international boundary
line.
Recent development work on the
Gold Dollar claim situated on Kruger
mountain and owned by Messrs. Elliot,
and MeDougiill, has given surprising
results, The Gold Dollar was formerly
owned by Capt. Adams, and after some
amount of work had been done upon if,
it was abandoned as it. was supposed
the vein had pinched out. Mr. Mc-
Dougall, however, did not take this
view uf tbe case, and after doing a sufficient amount of work to prove his
supposition correct, that the vein had
been broken by a surface slide and then
partly covered uver, be relocated the
giiiuud, and can now shew us line a
body of ore as anyone would wish to
see, with 7 feet on the face, assays
from which have gune as high as $00
in gnld per toll. Two hundred feet,
from tiie old workings a shaft is being
sunk, and already the ore body has
been tapped, and again it is shewn to
liea line wide vein nf good quality,
The ore is free-milling 111 character,
and lhe present owners claim they can
easily pan gold out of it.
 4-.4	
VEItNON  NOTES.
Special Correspondence.
A holy calm pervades tbe (lily of
Vernon just at present, every available
man being engaged oil oue of tlle several thrashers now busily being manipulated,
The crops ou the whole are turning
out fairly well, much belter than was
expected after Iheextremehot weather
and long drouth. In suine cases, notably that of the B. X. ranch, even belter than bust year. Tiie Armstrong
mill has, I understand, fixed the price
of wheat at $20 per ton; with Ihis advance over last year's price our far,iters
should do fairly well,
Mr, E. V. Poiilin, local manager of
the Hudson Bay Go's, store, has gone
to San Francisco on a three weeks'
vacation, Mr. (J. D. Si,,uns is bearing
Ihe manager's burdens during his absence, but no doubt Charlie will smilingly' stagger along under it.
The ladies of Ihe Church of England
gave a rather novel kind of social lasl
Tuesday evening. II. was termed a
birthday party,*—everybody's party.
Invitation cards were issued requesting
in very appropriate verse, the recipient
lu attend at flic Schubert Block on ihe
above mentioned evening, and to place
in a small bag a cent, for each year
lhey bad had their being, tile amount
of cents guaranteed to he kept a perfect secret. The innovation was a decided success, lhe nalal celebralurs
literally filling the Schubert Block,
which was most, tastefully gotten up
for the occasion. A gumptious repast
wns served, followed by a very credit-
able concert. Songs liy Mesd,lines
T,install and Sutherland, Miss Gordon,
aud Messrs. Humr-rvilli- lllld G. fl, Henderson, a duel on Ihe cornel, and piano
by Mr, A. 0. liiirnyeaf and Mr. Tun-
stall, and a very Pretty Irlo on llie
piano, guitar and mandoline, Miss
Vidler's manipulation of t he mandoline
being especially appreciated, Al about
10:110 lhe Hour was cleared and llu,
light fantastic wus tripped by as many
couples as could possibly obtain a footing, I am uf Strong opinion Ihese general birthdays should he encouraged,
and llie ladies who promoted the affair
well deserve the success achieved.
VERNON SPRING RREWERY
"V-_XXt_TOTr,  JS,   o.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
Froprletora,
This large and well equipped  brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beep, Ale  and Porter
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices  which  will  be found
satisfactory to the public.
Speelal Attention Given to Orders from toe Boundary Creek Country
WANTED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In tlio Boundary Crock District to know
tlml. Lho
Columbto street, Greenwood City, H. 0., hns
oponoil with a nlooatock nf Orocoilos, Cigars,
Tolmci'ti, StaUonory, etc. A call is respectfully
Holiciteil.
OLSON &PHELAN
®   ®   ®
® ®
Though do not fall to take advantage of
Ihi:. ruthor limited opportunity, and
hnvo your Photo taken while you hnvo
that opportunity of obtaining n true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly Ilnislicl picture. J. 11.
Htm-mor Is a protlciunt workman in his
proiluotlona „f art,,mil guarantoos per
feet satisfaction. Cabinets only $".00,
H.i    St
TS     T',1
&    &      _$
ft        4,1 *,1
Fresh Bread,
Cakes     and )j
Pies Always ^N
On     Hand.
A WIUIHER, Prop,
Better TKar. EVer.
Alta Vista Fruit Ranch
For Salo,******^
\ APPLES
\ PEARS
f PLUMS
-'•$
iii H.iiliSiH.UliiliHAHS.Si
ft TST.1i.1T.1iSTSTt1TSiS
Write for Prices to
L   PRIDHAM,
PROP,
The Okanagan and
Spallumcheen . . .
Agrl. Society's. . .
£
*
• B. C.
R
O
N
TO THE FRONT.
!■■■! ii     Hi i  mX-t-,<
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Carrying Dry tiOMSj (Iroreries, Huols and felloes, Heady
Made tlliitbing. Miners' .Supplies, Flour Bacon, Lard,-
Elc, On  Hand AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRlOES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department lias been added, whefe I'verJMhitlg 111 that
line  will  lie found,    REPAIRING   SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, fi, 0,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B, C«
a*, or. -v—xxitxx
FKOFBII.TOB.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Different Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Uood Stabling,
ROCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF HOCK CRKKK.
K.   ri*ttbncli-ieli,   Min*-.
KlllST-Ol.ASS   ACCOMMODATION   ROll   (il'BSTS,
GOOD STABLING
•HrKxccllcnt fishing on Keltle Rlvor.4"
H. WRIGHT
Anaconda, B. C.
me
Orders by ntago strictly attended in. Address
Anaeanda Meruinl iit* Go's Store.
FALL
SHOW
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All glials of Work Kxcciitul to tin. Hatls-
faetion of. Customon*.
Will, UK Hi-i.ii IN Tim
CITY OF VERNON. B. C.
ns-
Wodnesday and Thursday,
Out. 14 and 15
1896.
Prl*o Unto, KuLry Forms, elc, nre
now rtudy, ami together witli all
other information, 111ay.be liad by
addressing the Secretary at Okunugan Mission. Reduced fares by
the C. P. it. and Okniingan Lake
steamers-
Price Ellison,       A. Postill,
President,
Vi'iiiiin. it, 0,
Secretary,
OkftttOitftti Mission
A CARD.
I hereby bejjr to "jve notice
to purchasers ancl intending
purchasers of Greenwood City
lots, that I am, and have been
for some lime pasl, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that i.s
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloops.
I desire to make known this
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
in the above townsite
R. WOOD.
Greenwood City, B. (',, M.iv IK. WOO.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is t lieCentrnlTinvn anil Supply Pnint of llie Boundary
Creek Mining Camps. From this New Tuwn mails
lead to tlie
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely anil tot n Good Investment,
Fur Price of Lota anil Oilier Information, Aililress
ROBERT   WOOD,
Or Apply lo Agents,
C. F, Costi'rton, Vernon, _, C.
W. B. PATON
..FURNITURE..]
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Oreen-nrood   City.
■fifll    GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    ,
,   .   G, E. SEYMOUR A CO., Peons,
, . STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
SlTI'ATEl, (IN TIIK  MAIN  ItllAll ',',1   t'fll'I'KII,
liEAiiwonii. hkvuiik. oiikknwo  i/i.M. Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
I.AKB AN1I OlIIBIl lllll'NIIAKV t'llBISK (AMI'S,
HOTEL KALEMALKA
VKRNON, H C,
PADMORE & PEERS
PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR at. - ——
ADAMS CROUPHONDED.
The Adams group, al tne top of llie
mountain helween the Ruth and
lduho, was l,on,hai 1,-1 week for tin'
largest.suin ever nnuied in n like deal
in lhe Slncan cnuntry—$110,000.
ljf.pl'. Adams and parln.'is, win. also
own Ihc Canadian group, adjoining the
Adams group, were llu- owners, and
the property is now in the hands of the
famous Philadelphia linn of Primrose
k HarriugiT. wlio represent an eastern
syndicate. The deal wns mail,• l,y Mr
Harriuger. Fifteen men were put at
development work lliis week, and cun-
tntctorsare now pulling up lllllldlnga
an the niine. S. K. Green, nt Spokane,
hus taken general inanngeiiianl of lhe
coinpiiny'siiperalioiiB here.
The Adams Is described „B an undeveloped properly. The ground is said
tn he cul with u number of large veins,
all centering In one point about the
renter, where a big bloiv-oul nf mineral
Indicates an enormous body of ore
helitw.—Kooteiiain.
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PROCEEDINGS DROPPED.
Mr. Davidson, of Kami,,up.-,, ivns in
Midway lasl week, Speaking of the
protest against Mr, linstock's election,
Mr. Davidson snid that lhe petitioners
had decided not to proceed, Mr, linstock wired' lo his solicitors from
Ottawa staling bis delerniiiialion to
liglil the ease Io the end. Thinking,
no doubt, thnt under llie I'liciuiislanc's
discretion went the bettor part of
valor, Mr. linstock's opponents have
very wisely let the matter drop,
A GOOD PROSPECT.
Pal Flynn, a well-know,, prosperlnr,
is at Christina lake working.on a clniui
he located so,ne. time ago. lie did not
find even a trace nt the surface but
after tunnelling forty feet $18 ore was
got. Flynn has bandied ninny prospects, but 111,, ore he is engaged at on
Chr'stinti Ink,, ha considers the equal
of any.—Rossi,uuler.
EXHIBITION
tmmwmti
A^>
Tlie Agricultural and
Trades Association of
ion
HUDSON'S BAY  'FLOUR*f    ->}FLOUR
ESTABLISHED
1670.
—
JOLESALE   AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
Special Attention
PAID    to    Mail    Orders.
Nothing bul reliable Efoods
<*,
kept on hand.
A   TBIA1    SOMOIT2D.
Hudson's Bay Co,, Vernon, B. C.
X*.  O.  iESaatt.   __.
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer tlie following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has lieen pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong', Ii, C.
Armsl
& Lawder
THE  FUTURE
mi
RAILWAY, MINING AND &
W
II , , 1 ABHICULTOBAL CENTER OF
Glassware antl Crockery,!gefj-? mi      Tf  ill    W
School Supplies and Toys, jJgg jf) 1161116 MP
Stationery, Playing Cards j sKs
and
-I
ffl
w,
ffl
ml
■ Games, Dressing' Cases|g^   Lots on Kasy Terms to Actual Residents
Wall Paper, Violin Strings i*^|
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptanix Fire Insurance.
♦♦♦♦
ED. A. HASH  ■  BHBWAV, B. C.
Will Imlil uu Exhibition at
KELOWNA, B. C.
i!i
I896.
AT THE-
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Bio.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
For Particulars Apply to
p$   A. K. STUART,   ob to    R. C. ADAMS,
m	
m
m.
ml
ffl
I
The Hapdwara, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda, B. C.
"W© BelljaPfr*, -
Mi*.'leury fltec ranges', jvoutl cook stoves, conl qopk stoves, parlor atoyos. liox stptM
miner-*.'campst-pvps, in* nny stove yon want,idlverwaru,gran iii; ware, erookoryware
glassware, wooden ware, Llmvaro of nil kinds, toilet sots, hardware of all kinds
cutlery, forks nml spoons, Daisy churns, New Williams sowing machines, wringers
washing machines, wini'   ■ shades,
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
That ivor.iairar.lo,l Uio golil uioilol al lliul.'liirauo World's Mr in ISIB.
Furnace  Work,   Steam   and   l'ipe  Fitting,   Iron  Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines.
What it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
AI AnuslrnUKil.iiiviler'*,: Oui'21-iiiili lielli,ivs|.,,ui|,lete, 1 ■lO-puillul anvil,
1 shovel, 1 |iirk (any It I ha), I Bponii, 1 drill liauuuer, I lilui-ktuuilh's |mm-
luer, 1 18-iui'li drill (eii lier J. Jol'Ohu iii.'li). 1 llllini'li drill (either j, J or 1
ineli), ull fur the 811111 uf $25, '„' anylhiuu nine a miner ivnntH. ,le,aan|i'a
sleel unly used in drills. Send ynur eash wilh thu uriler. If ynu are lint
in town send uuler fur (jriieurii's, as it will he lllled, Wu will supply anything yuii waul.
Armstrong k Lawder, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feel and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
■
^•^Y-*^^^^^*-*^^^^-^*^^-*^^
rr\
General ■ Merchant
Fairview, B. C.
Largest anl Sestisirlei Steel
Royal Hotel, U Forte, B. 0.
iu. i<\ i-'oi.cji-;ii, ri'oi'KiKroi'.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cig-ars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection,  Gadtile Horses a Specialty.
"ARY Iif
|a=jpi"JPH
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
Arcinniuudalinn.   (Iiind .Sfahiii,.,',   Terminus
from Marcus, \Va.shiii,;i.ui.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First Clnss Arcinniundaliiin.   flnod Staliltpg,   Terininus nf Stage Une
from Marcus, \\'a.s!,iiu;i,,u.
-IN XII i:
KOI'.
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tt-HTOXXXXXt,
ANACONDA,B.C.
Primesl of
Beef, Pork, Mutton and
SAUSAGES.
,t-.7'!)olivei'y wagon to nil towns and campi in
Iteduccd fares liy railway ami steamboat
linen. Kor informal inn, prbsollsUAjntry forms,
etc., addressllu;Bocrotary atOkanagan Mission.! tho neighborhood.
YOU CAN GET A
W. F. Raymcr,
Pri'sl ilcnl, Kiliwiii,, II. ('.
F. J. VVabon,
SocrataixOliaiiagaiiMlxIoii,
ea!
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED."
anJKMm^Tr'Ofs-wvftt^tfi-i rfcjr.^.mv
Pa
rana rrairie Hotel
CARSON,  Kl'.Tn.la   IIIVF.II.   II.  ('.
Mcate in tiio -Xintnediate Vicinity of tiie Boundary Creek Mines.
*. A.
ONES
HOUSR AND CAI^IAGK PAINTING
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
UJUUUUUUUUUU KALSOMjNjNG
First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.   Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.      ....      proprietors
THE FASHION
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and  Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
FOR 35 CAT
jlou sai.i:.   Piuce $,;.oo.
('. K, I'lTTIaN-llllKlll. II.H'U Ciikkk.
Thoroughbpad-
Minorea and Leghorn
^—r—HDoekerels
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Maspns
and Plasterers.
IlOLIMiAKY FaIXS,  B. C.
Estimates furnished upon ap-
prication for all kinds of wnrk.
Brick, Lime and oilier material kept constantly on hand,
IS
stmt
An.'ifoml.'i, li, c.
THE  NATIONAL.
MATTE   SMELTER.
AiMf,\cnrALAM).si,iii'Li;Mjrns(M»
of mailing sulphide oi*oh, sueh as nickel,
ooiipoV. gold ami silver ores. In localities
wtioralontl oros and fueln arc Boarca aiidul*
mosl unattainable, out pvrlllc* wator iaekeled
Matte Smelter hiw he?p reeognized wiihhiglilj
suti-f.irl. r,v rcsultrt/anil line boen thormiglilj
tested on radons prrltlc, sulphide and arsenldo
(ires, in nipjiciiy ,(f J to mi Uiin- of ore per duv.
It is llii* mosl pracfl^Kl.'cliuapMt.'anUfllnitiloHl
met lind of gold and Rllvorord unit iin1: and run-
ofliitratliigthal IB'known lu-dnv.
It requlreti no oxtraortiinary skill, no lead
ores, no fluxing material, nnd no fuel ofmiy
kind fnr Hit1 Binortor iifui- ii is Btttrted> The,
siil|)linr in tlie ore is its natural fuol only, nnd
ItHCOKl luis im cn i n purl so 11 wiliiany otliO)fpra-
roiwol' eonpcntmtipstj
Wc are pruitarud to furnish any Aw ftren-
paeity plant i'nm']il''t<' in siibstntitinl miiiiiiir
poonlo. nit it up and furnish our mon lo run il
fur thflm on easy payments. Prlcos and ipei ill-
cations furnishod witli roforonces and twill*
liiitliiiilsiui appli'Mlinii.
Nn^or.-sE Or;; & Reduction Go.
fi72flChoUcnham Avenue, st. Louis, ^lo.
Manufacturers., of Fapnaces
- POB-
Nickel. Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
-i,,i om-xia.
PpospeetcFs' Livory, Feed and Sale Stables
Gnuid ForkH, 11. C, Below the Bfldg'O.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddla Horses
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
bUJE .-Mr-aa-i.-.: ■"-- ■ ffl a • •.*-..** -w-' \j
l*;s'l'A Hi-isii KD   LH83,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
••,ii'iiii,;';i'i i.'akm,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
**»*a»rifci*ai«ai'H;i.v*:*»»fc«w«.
Qur  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia j
Trees Free from Pests.
I'lillT   AND ORNAMKNTAli TUEHS,  PLANTS AND VINES,
Send for Free Cataloguei   -   E. Hutcherson1, Manager.
a-tio
')
WM
 TUB GRAND FORKSj MAHQUS AND MIDWAY	
Uun.s Hi„i',vn.'n MatpiiBandOraiul Fm-ks dully, loavlng Marcus and Grand forks at7 a, m,    ,
iMyci C-riiiid I'nrks for Midway, Mondays. Wi'din'siluys and  KriduyK nl, 7 a. ifi]
Limvcs Mill v. hv for'Graml Forks aud JIirfcus,rruesday«,iThiirfHlaysand Saturdays.'? a. m.
V«=^r'iUl»%»IB*Tb»«i:-y
MANLE1' & AVEKILL, PllOPRIJ3?ORS  -  -  •   GRAND FORKS, B. O.
lli LIVERY, FEES Al SALE SMLES
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and  saddle horses.    Horses
boarded by the week or month,    Boi stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended in.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
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THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
GiuiENwooii Cm, Boundary Creek, B. C.
Wu him- jusl opeui'il lh,' nbovo lioli'l nt, (irt'i-mvuuil City, aud aro prepnred
to woli'uuH, Kuusts nml iii'uviilc gooil ncciuiiiuuilnlinii. Ouiitl OnterinR. First
I'lass Livui')' St.'ilile,
WOOD & WESTEL . .  PROPRIETORS.
W. C.M'iiNER, Proprietor.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(t. Oi SIltlK*SON, Prop.
FAIRVIEW. li. C.
GUOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping- Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.

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