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 THE ADVANCE.
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■ ■—j..  i     i IIT
Vol. V, No. 24.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
DW. JAKES, M.D., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     i     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VEItNON, 11. 0,
Late ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
1..1NIKIN, V.KII.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
J T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
GRADUATE OF MoGlLL UnlVERSITY.
Ol-FII.E: AltMSTRONtt, B. 0.
QR. CORRIGAN,
DENTAL 8URQEON,
Graduate of the lloynl College of Dental
Surgeons of Onlarlo.
Honor Gra.lua.tc of Toronto Univci'sily.
-ore-OB—
Pound Hlock, Il.irne.nl Avenue, Vent o i I.C.
groceries anil  provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars,
Paid to Mail Orders
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
w.
M. COCHRANE,
SOLICITOR SUI'ltEMK COURT,
Notary Public, Conveyancer, Etc,
Ofllco: Oilniorc's Hlock. Barnard Avenue,
VEItNON.  • B. C.
pRED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office : Martin's Block.
Vernon, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B, C-
N 0 T ARY  P L* B 1.1 (', K T C,
Vbiixon, li. e.
J    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NuUryPuuitc
GUA.NL)   PORKS   ....   II.   l\
FORBES JI. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A. M. C. S. C. E„
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B. C.
*T*  E. CR0WELL,
TRONSON ST., ViltNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty,
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEIINON, B. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. C, A.
Civil Eria'ineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Sarvoy
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,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C,
Guess    Bros.
ASSAYERS JND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, n. 0. Olll'ENWOOII, B. C
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending October 7. 1806.
|1.   Copper King, Dendwood cninp, (I.
Lynch,
1.   Magnetic (fractional),   Deadwood
t'uiiip, J 1'. I Inilu it.
1670.     ll,    Riisslnnil, Kiinlieily eninp. ,M. T.
Hiiliiiisiin.
ESTABLISHED
ti.   (olosa. Kiiiiherlv eaiiiii. M.l,rillio.     ,   .,.,,,    , ,, . ... ,
,      u ,    ,, i      ,   „  .., ,2    Phlllipsluirg, illl llllereat, \\ | Lew
1,   Somerset, Pass creek. .1.1'. Shun-: .,
1. Mnliuliire,   !,  in It-rest,  V.   .1.   St
George In II. MeLiiren.
1. Matiiilori-i i inleresi, A. Huiofleld
lo A. Hall.
1 lioiillcniillgh, J   illlt-resl,   W,   Nun-
nan lo I. II. Diosiuiu-e.
2 I'osuiiipiililnii,    ull     inleiesl.     I,
Thompson in It. N. Mi'Leiin,
2. Highland   Queen,   J   interest,   li.
Slunrl In I-'. VV, McLean.
is
Ii.l''. Iniii-s.
rHOLESALE   ANDji. s„,isi,i,„. „f i*r, s,.,.N„ni, Fork,] :| *"™§'"§.{ """'"'• "' *'"'"''
Retail Dealers in dry '     ■'• W, 8ea.-le, '■ . ^.^ j [*™u (1. M,ldlll,M „,
l<'. ii. Bloin.
.'> (Irnniie Nn. 2. J Interesl, (I, Mud'
den In I-'. (I. Ill	
'' .">. Fraction Nu. ll. j luteresl, ll, Mini-
den Iii P. C. HI	
ii. linlil Eagle, || inleresi. T. Snuils,
Jr., In W. Parr.
! '.. (Iiipper (,'riuvii,   all inleiest,  II.
Rush In (J. I'. Ruse.
goods,   boots and  shoes, i1-  B-'-ck Diamond, Puss creek, H, D,
OKANAGAN   IIIVKI1.
Barnes uml E, II. Shannon,
1.   Oniiiiiii (Iiii  (friiflloiuil),  (i in nd
Prairie, M. I''. Fulger,
1.   Kroner, Providence camp, ,1. C.
Olson.
1.   I'ilol Centre, Skylark ciunp, U. II.
Inkster.j
1.   Iroquois, Providence camp, (I, 11.
lnkster.
1. Belcher, Jauies creek, 1-'. II. Wol-
luslon uud ll. II. Ariinilt'll,
2. Black Bear, Deadwood camp, 15,     In llu* Doiiilnlini snppl nrycslr-
Tlriiin I ninles, u sum of $*'") is sel apurl  for
3. Crand Central, Kiniherly camp, li. j luiproveiiienls In lhe Okunuguu river,
Murray mid J, P. Kelly. hetween Okiinagan and Dog   hikes,
3.   Alma, Brown's camp, K. II. Wil-U'Oiisidi'rlug Hi-' unioiinl of improve-
leK I inenl necessary ill Ihis point. Ihis sum
ATRIAL  _,ox.X0XTXX-n. S.   Mooiurl.,   Brown's eamp,   N.   )|. is insigi'ificnnl and will gnu very lillle
Q|.(.t,ne,                                          way in carrying mil rlfei-live work. To
3.   Jusper, Brown's eanip, K. sn, j furnish n  pei-umn -nnncrlliiii  l.e
chesl.
3.   Winnie F,,Skylark camp, J, Fisher
3.   Bai'l'llW, Skylark cainp, J.  Fisher
nud ,1. Diifiiur,
3.   Charily,   Wellington   camp,  (I.
Onlhy.
3.   Snow Uinl (fraclionul), Long Lake
camp, J. R. (ledger nnd A. A. Mu-
Glassware and Crockery, |,_ Bilmatk, Long Lake camp, J. R.
School Supplies and Toys,!     lll'•|l-'',,' "l"1 A*A' Mcintosh.
'3.   Persimmon, Kiniherly camp, II. S.
Stationery, Playing Cards j    Collins.
and Games, Dressing Cases |:1 N"1'*1"""1'™". Kiniherly camp, B.
S. Collins and ,1. A. Umwrnrd.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings | U.   Lonsdale, Kimherly camp,  K.s.
, „       . .       ..... Cnllinsiiud ,1, A. Crawford,
and Proprietary Medicines.; 5   ,*„,. ,,„„„,, ,„,„„„.,,.,.„„„, .,.
Agent for the Ausiud.
5.   R.iyal Baiinei1, Simimil camp, J
s Bay Co,, Vernon, B. C.
r    O.  Boac, 64.
I Wren 1 llr   IWO   IliktfS, siiihllilc   fui' till*
transptift uf any size HU'ailii't, Wnnlil
if(|iiiir all t'Xprinliluii'nf $15,000, an.l
if tin* lowerhlruk-li nf imwgulile wjiiet'
is I'vci' lu lie nf any Mervhr this a mount
of money will have in lie speiil, A
canal could easily In' mtislflirted, its
(here is only a (hlVeieiiee nf liileel* lie-
twicn llle levels nf lhe two hotllt's of
waler anil one luck only wmi'il he
tieiessai v. As it js prnlial-le inilway
eiinsliiieliun might ohviale the
lieeessily nf (-nnstruetiug I his eanal, no
dnuhl Ihegnveiiioieiil will l.e lardy in
making the necessary Hppropriiilions-
hill will wail and closely watch developments likely In lake place during
the next six months
—    ► • *t	
(ill It   ORE.
ESTABIilSH-HD   18.43.
MAINLAND  NIURSERY  COMPANY
",n:niiiF,K FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our  Si'Kcialties—Varieties Profitable in'British Columbia
'frees Free from Pests,
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRKES,  PLANTS  AXI)  VINES,
Send for Free Catalogue.       E. Hutciii'rson, Manager.
M. BABWrT, 0. t. uoirasoi.
BOUNDARY CREOTK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-roenwood City, B. C,V
Assaying* and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Ac'iuiiIntniKr with the Kettle'
River nnd llouudary Creek Mining
DUtrletfl.
71
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH &JMcLEOD, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete,
All Kinds of; Factory  Wnrk  Kflpl in Slock and Made tu Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths nnd Shingles Kept in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.  Hush and Dune
Factory on 0. P. H., Vernon,
L_
II. Ashlieltl.
i Iii.   No. 4 (fniclionnl), Eaglu inontilain,
.1. li. Anderson.
rn   a    ......        _._._.^    „   _'■"'■    Moiilislone, Kiinlieily eninp, ,1. ('.
ED. A. HAIN  ■  MIDWAY, B. C.:      0Nlln
in.   MagnaCharla, Skylark camp, (I.
II. lnkster.
5.   Jiianllla,   skylark  camp,   .1. ('.
Olson.
11.   Excelsior, Nicholson creek, ,1. At*
tiiiod anil .1. Douglas,
Better Than Ev>er.
The Okanagan and
Spallumcheen . . . ~
Agrl. Society's. . .
FALL
Wm, UK Hum. ix nn:
CITY OF VEBNON. B. C.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Out. 14 and 15
1896.
1 For some lime pasl Mr, W. Curla-ll
has l.i'eii working on llie Lake claim in
Skylark camp, and us everything
around lhe eluiin looked promising, he
deteflllinell u felt diivs ago loseleet ll
fnie siitnpie nl lhe tue uud huve itus-
snyed. The result, In say llmlt-usl, is
extremely glut Hying, as lhe itIioiis
show n value in silver uml gold nt $1-0
to llle Ion. lieing 11 silt ir |uo|iiisllion,
llie principal value una in kIIvi-i, und
II.   Oro  Grande,   Niehiilson ereek, .1.! M'l Iheore enieies n gn.nl uold tain
Till- Lnki' adjoins lhe l,nal riinnie.
nnd lilt-oivui-l-claims In lime I he ledge
llutl runs through llml claim iiotv
e\pos(.(l,
The vein of ore is not n tiide one,
hul heing of so rich a value, in any
olher counlry Inil  Hiiimdaiy errck it
tvolllll he pnssihli* In  ship  .lie   I'li,iii  il
ii e.lintelv.     Sending    il    out    of
Boundary to Market, «'- old uiciiii llml
all lhe priilll would he stvnlli.lved up
hy freight ehuige.-. Thi- -lule uf uf.
full's uill huve nu end, lion ever, soiiii'
day, and I hull Mr. ( m ln-l I ttill he nhle
lo leulr/.e souielhiiig on llu- ore milled,
4.4
NEW  V0RK  MINING   EHCHAN0E,
Alwooil and .1. Douglas,
(J.   Peiule-.s, Kiinherley eanip, A. Hanson.
II.   (ilade, Copper eninp, 11. Ini rani.
0.   Caledonian, Ninth Fork, S. Heed.
U.   Carson (fiactlonal), Grand Pralrli-,
A. Hull.
(1.   Lulu, Pass creek, ('. Williuson,
(I.   Mystery, Pass creek, 0. VVilliii'son.
li.   lively ii, Pass creek, P. Johnson.
5.   Agnes, I'holl ereek, A.  Hamilton
ai d .1. la Cunningham,
(1.   Heekla, M.-Kiie ereek, P, Johnson.
(I.   Silier Slur, Myer's ereek, E. McMynn,
OBBTIPIOATES OP WORK.
M0. 'Irilhy,.). .Miinroe and (.'. Harrington, i   Tin- nnu liliilkiil "f new mining es-
1. River Elhow, John  Holm,  11, I). | eluinge in Xeit Ymk is nl  laal  nil in-
Barnes,,I. P. Shannon and i; Han-1 .'.nnplislieil fail,   ll will he liicali-il iu
|,,v,                                       " | lhe lidison liuililing, ll'-lll New slrei-l,
11. Iron Muiinlulii, 0, Schmidt and ti.
Belur.
5. Lake, W. A, Corlielt,
5. Oro, .1. Douglas,
(I. VV.-lifoot, 0, Hi ell, ('. K. Ilng-
ii.an. II. L, Jones and I'l. I'l. IIhii
and will have ipnit-iers in every way
snltalili- lo llu* purposes in Iniiul.
Sevenly-llve niiuies have heen signed
In  lhe  list   of  ini'iiihi'i'ship, mul   tin-
price of seals has heen iidvaii I  lu
$250, tlm uieioheisliip helng reslrlcli'd
Prlmi hilts, Kntry Kiirina. elc., aro
I now r.n.l.v, .uul tnuiitlu'r with all
othor Information, mny in. hail liy
nilili'iHsiiit* tlm Soorotary nt Oka
nognn Mission.  Roiluooil fftroa by
the C. I'. II. nnil Ilkaniii-'Oi UkO
stoamors,
Price Ellison,
I'rcslilenl,
Vernnn, 11. (..
A. Postill,
Soorctary,
Ul;iniii;:iui \'i-.-i.iii.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImXXXS
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. ,\i
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. M
SPECIAL ATTENTION (JIVEN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XL   X*.   MOBBISON.   X>XtOX>H,XXl***OB.
0. Galena, P, Sullivan, T. Milllgau l" m   ''  is expecled llial 11 x-
and A. Wuddell.                          I change uill he open und ready for luisl-
II. Coin, It!, Sullivan, T. Mllllgan and nessliylhe huh nfOe -r,   The lm*
A. Wuddell, poi'laiiceul having a really n-pn-seiiln*
TIIANSI'KIIM. live  "U.I   well-en,iiliuli il   lllllllllg   i-x
110. Win- Hugh-, J inleresi,.!. II ,- in  exchange In New Vork i- ngreeil upon
T. ti. IliggiiiMiu, hyeteri ivlm Is III all)   ivaj  ciui<
110. .M niii .Moiinreii, 1 Interesl,,!, nei'lwl wilh mining,and If ihi* new
R •!• in T. S. Iliguiiianii. exclinnge i- nhle i" r 11 hr.mil Inn .*,
HI. Bulla nf Ottawa, 1 Interesl,,l.Reecu ami avoids llie errors llml tvrecked ii-
lii T, S, Hlgglnsoii, pti'decessoi', ll ..ill I I value In lhe
'10. ('iiinliiniitiiin,   all inleiesl,  F.   A, j milling Illdllslrv of lh.- roiiulry, mil
Bartholomew lo C, Happy. ."i11 '"' heuinly i-iidiuw-d hy 1	
110. Twin Mine. J Inleresi, M. McGraw Miliilng|)iipersof ihe wesl, especially
toT, Oorkhlll,                             1 il'iis iiienilier-hip ttill .1.. iheir share
Id). Greal Lnxey, j interest, T, Cork- '" •"•••■-'" evldeiii In Ilm | pie of the
hill io M. McGraw, A. Hainilioii eastllml mining Is really 11 legllliiutli-
,in,|'1', Knrnieeii, liusiness, and nol, as Inn many of Ihal
80. Black Prince, | Interest, A, Hamll. seitlon suppose, .1 gainhllng piiipnsi-
tnn to T. Corkhill, M. McGraw and Hon-   Unite Jllnlng World,
T. Kiirnieen.
SO. Idaho, J Interest, M, McGraw lo T.
Corkhill, A. Hamilton und T. Kai- i   The Evening star mine al Russia ml
""'('"' I Is now shipping on-  in   the   Trail
i0- Idaho, all inleiesl, M, McGraw to] Hni-llee, ami llu- s Iter people elulm
ii is Hu- hesl  on- thev have vel ru-
I10SSUND   HAS   ANOTHER   SHIPMEi
T. W. Slack,
eGruwloT. \\
80, Twin  Mine,
Bor sali;.   Prick $3.00.
C. E, PlTTKNUflKlH. Rook hrkix.
HO. Black Prince, all inleresi, M. McGraw inT. W, Sunk.
all Inleiest, M. McGraw loT. W. Stack.
30. Great Laxey, all Interest, M. Me*
Graw to T, W, Slack,
1. Big Six, J Interest, A. Wallace to
I.S, Mclntyre,
1. Mass  Ballery, J  interest,  R,  H.
Fnrren to A. L1.11.ny.
reived. Froui a sample leal nn nssny
wss received of 8 ounces of gold In tlutein. All lhe ore from lhe mine will I,,-
treated  uniler eonlriiel   at   lhe Trail
wurks,
— 4*4	
When applying for crown grunts fnr
mineral claims, request thai the same
he advertised in Tiik AdvaNOH, the
officially recognized pap,., „t \\l(
district, THE ADVANCE.
W. II. NORRIS l-imn-.iKT.in
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Subscription Prico, 92.00 por unnuni. payable
in mlranco, cither yearly or half-yearly al tlie
o|iti»ii ot the Bubacribor.
Aitvi'jlisilitf Kales sent on application,
Though thi' columns of The Advance arc
always open for the discussion of niiUtora of
public ituiTL-st iind Importance, wc do not ncc*
coffiarily ondorso any of tin* opinions oxpreaicd,
Correspondence of a personal nature will nol be
published.
General Real Estate k Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
:   A l-riiasiii lliis spurn ililii-
; Icatostliutyoursuosci'lptlon
: an this paper lias expired.
.MONDAY. OC TUBER 12, WW.
EDITORIAL NOTES,
in the distriet. hill lo mining men
generally. Willi this road in existence
ii is pussilile to haul inlo Greenwood
or Wellington camps Ihe lu-avii-sl kinds
of mining machinery, and nslbe niines
in these i-uuips are rapidly 1-eing de-1 Ag-out x'oar—*-
■.eh.peil, nn Mould in Hie near fill ure
llu- i-.iiitl will la- utilized for Ihis purpose. This new improvement cannot
have eosi the Greenwood townsite
iniiniiguiiieiil much less (and perhaps
more) than $1,000, a small proporlIon
nf which, niiniii .in eighth, was con-
tril.ited l.y the governuienl. As il is
however clearly ihe duly of Hie government in luiilil ihe main trunk
roads, in every mining district of importance, lhey may yel see Iheir way
clear lo defray ihe cosl of lhe very hull irlnnt to ihis district improvement
jusl completed.
ViaiMI.N  NOTBS.
IVnin (lnr Own Cori'impumlont
Hop picking ul lhe ('. ,1.1-1 renin ranch
A I'BIVATE letter was received at
this olliie ii few days ago froui a gentleman in Montreal, making enquiries as
in the standing of llioCiiolgardle Miu*
lug company, ihe prospeel us of which
appears  nn   lhe  I lh page nf Ihi.-!
issue.    Heing  Illol'oughly conversion
wilh every llillle uiui prospeel nl ill]*
pnil.inie  in  ihe soul hern portion ol
Vale ilisleii't, we hnd  nn lli'slliillull iu
slumping  llie  innipuiiy   Imgns  nl   n  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
glance, and yet nntlngiilu- nuiuy ri- to-vn,
poled nu s altached  to lin- pros-     Mr, Sauiuel Mnriow lias successfully
peeliis, wetiere I'liiistr.iiiii'il Hike a roped will) lhe grim nionsler, lllld is
searching enquiry Into the uml Ier, In now  milking rapid   strides   towards
see if  hy  some  pussilile clmnce lhe convnlesci-lice,
claims nf iin- prospi-eliis   had  nny     The strike mining ihe opiTiilors of
fniiiiihiiinii  in  fail.  Turning in the  ihi-C, P, B, has caused much incon-
c F CSESRT0N GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. 0,
.. The Mil Drop Boarding
'I'm-' Royal Insdbanck Coy.
Thu London ami Lancashire Fiiih
insurance c..v. h	
Tim  Insurance Coy, hf Nobth | Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-clnss Meals Served
America, (iimd Livery Stable in Connection.
Tun London ani. Canadian Fire
Insubance Coy,
The Six Liee Assubanoe C.v hf
FRED GRAF, PROP.
Canada, ^l^^&^S-^^^^J*^
r7 Do",N ,u,Lu,Nn ANi"j,ANi mmm^m&i&m
Association. [ wjSbi
Appraiser Foil tiik Canada Pbr-| ffhtifl
m M        -ft    &V
ml
MAM-NT I.O.IN   AND  S.I VINllH I'llV.
MIDWAY
Jlr, llenry Seliult/, is iiwuy on his I •**<«   « **• jp j ■« ir -r **■    w     \ WfKS
:::,' ; [nm"" pA W M1 LL., || The trade
iis
ffl   i ne traae centre of the Grand j$§j
^}«i '
,  .   „,,,                                ,\W. Prairie,    Kettle   river and %M
waseiniipleleil on Saiin-day last, and                         joi*       1          ffif-W   r,            1                         1             •    * J   ffiSffi
ih,.,i.,skys,it„g,.isi,i„y ,1,-1, nng: Lath and Shmgles.! rtffi Boundary creek mining and m
the chlckaniun ainong the stori-8 In                                        °           ffigSS            •      u         i               , 3tV§»
I im agricultural country. m
SASH -DOORS.\S 1
records for ihe Keltle river milling
division of Yule dlslrlcl, we soon ns-
ci'iliiiiied  Ihal  no claim hearing the
lenience in lown, no freight or express
nnil Ier hut ing nni veil [or over a week.
A delegation froui each liranchof I ruin
I Wi   Situated at. the junction of m*
QQ|*|) Bj the Boundary creek, Marcus %m
DfJLiil| itfJKff „nt\ "Qc.cat-nt2i\-\r.ri -iirao-mi marie   tmu
—LUMBER^
"n CoolgurdlH had evei I located I ployees wailed mi .Ma. Van Home
or recorded in Copperca.np, and Iheri- | l)n Monday Inst, nml it  is rniiflilenlly
fore Ihe Iinl asserlion nl' Ihe pnn-pee- hoped n speedy sellleinenl nf ilii-dilll-
i us wns proven to he untrue,   Did no cully will he urrived at,
olher false stilli-inenl exisl lu ilu. pens-     Mr. Alw I. hliii-ksiuitli, at present
pectus, lliis in ilself would liesiilliaieni ! working I'm- Mr. II. Sel iz  vislf-
lii coudenii, ll, hul upon reference, lie Ing his pre-emptimi In While valley
lind llml lhe nli,.le slrucliire is litiilf on Siinduy lasl, I'oiiiid his ciiliiu hriiken
upon untruth, ns in paragraph three il ,,p -n nml liur-jlui'lK-il, set,-nil articles
says the principal work has heen done of jewelry, so  wearing apparel mid
on lhe Mul her Lode, iherchy lending n winter's supply nf vegi-luhh-s having
ifsreaders lo suppose that  lhe Conl- heen  laken,   Th"  rnhhery  ia  in Ilia
•^-giirdie coiiipany had s.ime c n-cliiui hands ..I' the puhce, nml  it is to he
r with the Mother Lode cluim -which, hoped  the long ami nl' lhe law will
hy lhe hy, is in  Deadwood cuinp-and nverliike  lh"   deliliquenls,  ami   give
Is under hond to the Biiuiidary Mines |hum  a   pruelical llluslralion  nf lhe
company, a New York  prlvale synili* truism, " The way of Ihu transgressor
cute of capitalists.  The nexl and sue* tsliat'd"(hihur),
reeding paragraphs are equally false, Mr. A. Postill, ilu- energetic st-cre-
iind In .fact w.- hnv , hi-silalloniii tui-y of tin- agriinlliiriil society, Is in
saying Ihul  nn such eouip.iiiy us the town ami will he a permum-ncy imlil
Coolgardle Is or ever has heen operul- afler the fair.   Mr. Posl ill Is now ii.
M_tZ-
ml and Reservation wagon roads. We
S Nearest point to the Colville |S|
P^t reservation mines. _m
ffl   _ ffl
* ■
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
BOTICE.
The Last OflANOE Mineral Claim.
Situate In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Minim: Division of Yale
District.
TAKE NOTIOK thai I. W. Austin, freo
minor" eertitlenle No. "nlRIS. lit' my agent,
(. nil. (lieen. P. I.. 8., Intond, sixty days from
t lie iluin horoof, to apply to tho Mining lteoordor
fnr a ei-rlillciiln nf iuilii'iiveliienls, for the purpose of obtaining a urotvn grant to tho above
olnlm.
Anil further take notico that notion, under
si'i'linn :17, must lie riiiiiiiicniTii liefore lhe
issililtire nt sm-li eerlilli-ate nf ImprOVetnoiltSi
llnleil this .-nil ilny nf September, law.    27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Tin: hKXINOTOH Minkiial cuim.
Situate in Central Camp. In lhe Keltle lilvor
Mining Division of Yalo District. B. C.
TAK10 NiiTU'li Uml wo,J.M.Taylor,froo
minora oovllllonto No, UIN 10, W. Ituui*
borgor, froo miners oorllllonto Nu. B03ZH: Jl.
!. |, i., -111, > - i 1111 -1'. froo miner*, eerlllleali- Nn. IIUl,
nml Th ns Kirk, (fee miners eerliltenle No.
In'J.'t. inlenil. sixty ilnys from the ilnte liercnf,
lniil>|i.y In llie Minim*- llt-|.|||.||cr'ii|.|t|.|.|.|lll|.|lle
of IniprovomoitU, (nr tlio puriiuso ef ubliilnlug
a oroii n grant to the abovo olalm,
Anil full her lake notico lhat nelinn, under
sei-iiini :17. must he oomaioncotl bofnru tho
Issuiiiien of sueh eerlllli'itle ul tniprnV'Iiients.
Iiaieil lliis lilt day uf senti-inher. ism      'Hi
NINERAL ACT, 1896.
0I5HTIFICATE   OK   IMPHOVEMENTS.
Hamilton k MeGillvray,
Proppietops	
1NON.B.C
ffl LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD 'ffl
m.
io nny of llie Boundary Creek camps,
Tin* only claim hearing ilu- nuine Cool*
giirdie, recoriled in the Keith- Rivet
vol ing tin- whole of his lime to ensure
lhe fair nf 'ill. nu liliprcccdeiileil success, uud judging from his i-ndc-ivors,
I'l'etT Culllful't llllll I'lilllenil'tlic.
Five lies tn mul from All Trains.
A (JallHullollotl,
"•**>>
Stable  :   it| : (!or)i)cclion
.Mining division, was loeiiled ill Slim- nml   lie-  hearty  ciwipenilloli  nf lli
Jk   mil cainp nu lh- 171 tl .Inly. IKI).*), ami  fan 's und others 111 lhe llislricl (no
Should! caref trity cousidef
  ths cost of inateria-, and
recorded on tbi*22iul July, 18D5, and as forgelling  ihe   ladies), Ihere   is   uo|
nothing Is on lecoiil lo chow thai the dniil.t this huppy eonsiiiiininlinii ttill.      by figuring, find out tiislt
clni ver passed out. nf the hands of l.e  united  nl.   'ihe mineral   exhibit'
lilt-  loeul.ors, it,  is  hardly likely the promises In he nn iulcn sling and im*
prospeclus could refer lo It,   Even if porlanl  on.'.   Visitors al tint fair will  pnai.-y!) ..
ii.iliil.il   would  imt   divest  Hie pins- undouliledly he surprised nl  the rock    ''   c     '
pectus of iis glaring untruths nr Invest, found In Ihe vicinity of Venum, nt.*    , ,  ii.        pi
llie company wiih an air nl' ivtpecli-    Then* is to lieu tlehale al Ihc read-        ulilUfKS, " Lr.ltc,  - lilC,
l.ility, as the records show thai lids lug mum mi Saturday evening nest
IR
a!! kinu'r, of
«i!:-: Liiiiilici',
If yon are not troubled with
:es or prunes
When you go to Carson call on
Ei. W*ti    ~7~\     ¥    tf°\    J**\    /*™^    T        T      '   ■'"'l furtlior take entice Ibnl notion, iiiulci
j |    Vi    Lj''      I    W    f f    1    I fi       Bootlon 37, must bo ooiiinionooii boforo tbo Is.
9 fi    M    i\      S    ,   T   u 4    S    I P       siinnooiifsuohcortilloiitoof lniprovonionts.
iJ   o ILS   IV   A   \\J   %_/   \J*   __J   Jt—J     lialod this lind day of Soptombor, 1800,    27
j —■-,.~„-~.
General Merchant, and buy youri     mineral act, i&96.
Groceries, Tinware, Saddles and ccrtincnte of improvement.!.
Harness. The best lines and lowest
NimiiE,
Thk Pot'iku Palmer Minkh.il Claim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, In tho Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo District.   •
TAKK NOTICK lhat I. K, S. tii-nliiun, free
miner's rei-titli-iile Xn. SlllStl, by my ngiitit,
V. Wiiiliistnii. P. J,. B„ inlend, sixly days trout
lhe iluie horoof, tu apply lu lliu Mining lte-
cordor fnr n eei-lilitate uf iniiiruvenienlH, fur
lho tnil-litise ol olititiiiitiH* n ei'iiwn griinl tu tlio
nbovo olnlm.
Ami furtlior take notico thnt notion, undor
sootlon 117, must lie oommonood befure tho
isslllinre nf snell rciiiliciltc uf llliproVOIUOlltS.
llnleil lllis inil ilav nf Soptombor, ihiki.    V
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato  of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
THE Texas Minkiial Claim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Moun.
tain. In lhe Keltle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE thai I, E. S, Graham, froo
minor's eei-iitl.-nic Xn. snl.Sn. by my nguitt.
F. Welliisluii. I'. _ S,. inluinl, slxly ilnys li-oin
tin- linn, lioroof, tn apply lu the Mining Ho-
cordor for a ooi-tlilcnto uf improvoinoiits, fm*
tin* piirposo uf obtaining u Cruivn gninl tn tbo
abovo claim.
Ami furtlior take notico thai notion, uiuler
claim located ill Summit camp wits allowed to lapse, owing lo the fact tlml
CHEAPEii THAN
ANYWHEi?"! i-iSE.
on lhe Chinese qii.-slli.il, which wi .1       ca» ije P«!*0haS8Cl at iiie
 B npine,   fiaiiii-ai   wil 11   i
no assessiiienl    unrk   was   recurdi-d j prohiilily excitement,   'ill.
within the specified lime allowed l.y  nearly all our local Deiuosllieiii-s de-
law'and oil lllis account the ehihu has slru In l.e  mi  lh.' ufllruiulive, "The
heen   recently  relocated,  uml  under  Chinese Must do" side, and ui-gaiives
these circumstanced could not hy any an- hard in lind.   Tiie inniuigeuieiil
chance now helong lo tho Coolgurtllel will pro'iahly secureoiu-worlliy niayori •— I
.Mining company, . lu lend lhe opposition, { I'iX'HMMJKhkumi
|We consider imr corresp, ant  a  j  ^   FIREWOOD  Si
1 unplioii ns ex-11 I
per load. l
prices.
wni.niiiiii.HW.i
NOTICE.
Tin; Dundee Mineral Claim.
Situate in Providence Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Yalo Dlslriol.
AKK NOTIOK thul 1. James Siulierliiinl,
, t       «, . ,. ... -^   ™ —-\ -a".  '. T   S-.   4, 1- -/..   Tl-S  S~-   -.■ V  T  f-K n^,^    T-* -^-s IT *P T T*~- TT-V 4t T I T* '1 '' ''I  N( ITI C K   t llitt    1,   .1 llllll'S   Slll||l!|.||| ||ll,
■__£ Grand Forks Sawmill, VgRflpN Sl^E(l BEj^MX!£Mgi|S|
triiiRwoar, n, ts.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
♦*<■*>
I.IK  iihove  shows  a  sad   slate  ofi, ,„„„.„,. ,„ ,
",r-"ls' '•""' '""' ll"11  s l!,i  '"'''i"' pressed in' the  Insl paragraph.   Hf, I j
I'ouutenanced hy everyone having tl„- rt||]| m|ll|V (,Kr|N (|m,s ||( ,„ ,,,,, i,
lilillillg  inleresls of  the province ul ; ,„ ,H|r,,,.,;,lh.„, ,„,,„„,„ |h,  (.h|||m,
l"'m'1',1"1'  if   "Ml,.v   ' I'11"'™ '»•'•' and .Iapani-s,-q,i.-..l ion of eiulgi-nli.iu.
formed, havmgso liltle claim to puhlic LVl, \„,\\m, j|im„, j(,,v,,,. (\,m n„|
i1''"1 '»-"'i,s ""•' unoigHi-die, ii wili fllv;„. „,„ „„;.;.,,,,„;, ,Mi,v,l{im „r
    Il,!  loll8 '"''"'•a   '•'"   i'lesliinahle ,- .,„. h|l„  „u, ,„ Ti  Wl>,tl<-VfI
am.anil   ol    Ii..11.i,,   ttill   hit  done   In
liiilish Coliimhln's chief industry
hi- vii-tts nnv In1 uiih respecl In llie
Jap,
Eli.]
.Mil.  HiisTocK's i-i'iniirka hefore the
Dominion house tin- olher day toiiih*    i    TIT Tl— ~,    flJ.«««
•*«*- i- — A Pew Jlnis Store
lliuelylha any are given In lielleve, 11*   i1*J''    ul "g    h/WlV
_*_. _^_.t_i._t.4aa.m,
'  lliis large and well equipped brewery has been re-opened
tinder new management ami will supply
l«»»*»««»»«'»«r«*«-»'»**»    mi I
Gi/   c      «     r*i »w-.wv,ii<^ —.-.
, K. bimpson, Prop. _________________
Of unsurpassed quality an.l ai prices  which  wi
satisfactory to the public.
■ — •- ",..-,   ■■•", -   ■, ,r..„fl.v-
be  found
St.<'ft'iZ.'£?-,it£,
■/• iitAw'I'''-'-" (' __     ^^^^^_^_^_^_
i-ft-tivwlm! Special Atteiiiioii Given to Orders from tlio Boundapy Creek (]oiiiitryi[i;,:i!";,;':?;;rri"""ll""Bnm,lvl,Kn
t-lft ' —'.*' i L'**':'.-.,''-'v*ll.'-ii i    --"'I iui'llier lake llnlli'ii. that ailyoraoi
u. apply to llio Milling lloooiilorforacortllioatd
of linprovcmonla. I'm' tho purnoso uf ulitniiiing
a drawn gmiil of tho above eluim.
And furtlior lako notico thnl notion, undor
section :i7. nnisi be conitiion 1 boforo llio
issiiiiiii'i. ni' mich corl iiiente n( tiniirovomonts,
llnleil tliis nub day uf August, iSIO.       'iii
MINER AL ACT.
Cortiflcato   of Improvements,
ITOTICE.
'fm: (iuu liKNiiun AliNKii.u. Claim.
Situate In the ettle Rlvor Mining Division
or Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, W. A. Corbott, free
minor's uorliilcutc Xn. u7!is.7. intend, sixty
days from ilm date hereof, to apply to lho Onld
Coimnisslonoi. fur aeerlitlealenf illiprovomoilts
grniit Ii,
M	
und IheiiII.*iilion of ihe govemmi'iil
having lieen drawn In Hie mallei-, ii is
In he hoped leglslnlioii will lie clfei-li-d
which  will iniiku ihose ,. mil,|,. i„
'In- hut   till    giiihy  of  lending
Iheinselvestoscheiui'.- having for flu Ir
sole  ohjecl   Hi"   axi'iriinn   of  v
from an ovei'-coiilldeiii andi-ver-reatly-
to-he-gtilled puhlic.
BOUNDARY   MOUNTAIN   ROAD,  '« taontlp-olymmrtlor of qnaltly. Thorolsas
much iliil'e.. aia in Hi.' ipinllly .( drugs un
Thniiksio Hie energy of th,. CJrecn. | llioro In In *! h, oxeopl in purchasing oni :	
wood City townsllc il'ianiigeiueul, I hi*' ™" ,l"° Jr"nr nwtl Jiulguinnt. wad In buying lhe
Woboglo Inform tin- public Ihal ive havo
opened our now llrugSlore nnil Bollcll n nliuro
loflbolrpntionago.
Iluylngdrugs ia otitiroly u matlor ul' .-unil.
ilein'... ns iii im uthor luiaiiu-s is Biiphialleattoii
enslor; nor doos nny othor nvonno nlnird mi
roailj n iii'-ii n < i.f tllspoBlngof tvortbh.«snrtiflle8.
Vnu can Imt a pair uf shoos fur Sl ur fnr 8111.
va.k_.v ♦   MACONDA HOTEL
Showing the Dates nail Places or Courts ♦"       'ft.'!±~}z..l}Jz_ftt.Aly._}-~1-'
ofAssliK.,Msll'i-lns,OyoriinilT'i-riiiln-     A»A ~"      "' " 	
er mid General (laolllollvery foe tlio f***%                                                                 ANACONDA,   B.   C.
yeiti- 1800. ♦ «  '	
KALI, ta'slZKS.
i'lint mi Tluirsday 211b Sopl ber
lllobllold Monday,'2Mh September
ICninhiops Miiiidny, Stli Oolober
Lyllun . Kridny,(llli Ootobor
Vornon Monday, 12th Ootobor
Now Wesimi-ier .     .i'lieaiiuy. a.nl Novoinbor
V'nncouvor Monday, lllh Nuvomhor
Vlolorln Tin-sil.iy. ;','ih Niii'oinbor
Naiiahnn    ,..,        Tu-wilny, 2llh Nuvombor
Visitors In Hu- Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop ui lhe Anaeonda
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Yltoll, froprictor
  ilalms
...ast be scni In lhe. Oold CoininiBstonor aud
iti'linn i-nlilllieili'l'd llefure the issilllllOOof Raid
ecrllllcato of linprovomoats,
linied lliis Isl day of July, 1800. li
LIME! LIME!
If you want to point up a cabin,
plaster a house oi- linlld a foundation,
i-illl lor lillle lit
new rniiil liiriil-liliig nn iilli-rnaleroute
over H .mulli> iiioiintalu, i- now com-
pleled nml op-ii I'..r iral'llia   Tin. road,
llle liuililing nl  ttlllell WIIH Sllll'll'd lusi
fall,, liriinelies nil' Ir Ihegovi rniiienl
innil nl An ii.iiiila, uinl I'olloivliig up
Boundary creek pin-i-a  lltrotigli  ilm
town of (iii'i-nv. I  Cily, nml  in iia
■all,    %k
ipffc
!."."i ...:al' ■..*.+. VJ
t.^.li   '   '.•-<f.,| j,.'''   .."■::;■   |
olher you aro onllrely dependent upon llu- in
ii-i'.ii,.'nn l,iu la ni rn' ib.. drugglm.  I |
in-a il I imlj  ii ninlli-i' uf ..lunl'ui'l nml up. I    	
li .limner, um! lull Ihor fraiiHonllj'of llfo or     COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
dentil.
If >oil ..nni ilia luurs! nml best drugs obtainable, wo Bollell yunr Initi-onnge I If y.niivaiiL '
ilu- ehoitpnst, tvi' iMiinui accoininoiliitti ymi.
bPOKA N E    )•' A I. 1. S.
)'. i i. Hus t_H2. W'iisliiiiyIoi)
course mi r th 11) I tt ill peiii-lr.ilesl   ">'
(Ir i«.mil   and    Wellinglon   eninp...
 I joins Ilm govi-rniui'lll  mail agaiin
jusl south nisi  nl'  Wellington cuiiip,
on ll..* (iniiul Priili'lesldiiof llu- i n-
luill.    Thai   the   new   io.nl   will   lie   a
greal   convenience   in   i|,,.   ti-nvcliiiK
public  is already maile inauifi'sl, aB|«lrongthoiidpurllytbophy8lelan'a«lillllBofni
lhe   dilfi'ii-nl   stage   lines   are   mm* | avail, mill tho pitlont falls of Improv ml.
11lugs nfilu-r ity curl uf Valo ttill
; liiildi.|iiisl'iil|.i.vs:
At Jllilway, Nut. (I, 181)11,
Al  llsoviuis,  Nov.  7.  .Mill.
un  ' :i:nl .ji^^bhi^^^bi™,^^™^^^^—
 , , At tho boil-of oleven o'elnek in ilm I'urriiunn
punwl nlitnliiablc iiuuidod by u sk  ci and ,        ,.   ,   ,,   ,.„,,,,,
lit ..i.iuiu.iiiil.       < . A. 11. I.Ail llf.l,
exiii'iii'ii I   proscrlpllonlst, «ill,  llu:   most j l.iivoriimiiiit Olllco, Onoynos, lt.ee.
Allgunt 211th, ISIM,
Roriipulous earo uml ddcllty.. ■
ITimian llfo may In- iu ilm bnlnnco nnd tic*
liimdonton tin* pi-ompl nellon ul' Um romody
picscrlbod; mul If the latter bo nol of slniiilnnl
utilizing It, and all llu- frelghi c ing
in liy way of Mitecns ciuisigned In
Greenwood City is heing hauled over
it. The road his inlliyiidviiutiiges, a-
besides being a mme dlrecl route, lhe
grades are iiiiieb easier, and therefore
iiiiioini-nii themselves to leany freight*
illg, and passing ns il does llirrillgll
two nf the prineipal camps uf llu-
i-iniiitry lends itself to.the conveiilenn-
of not only the (llrtVrenl limis hurling |
Wo carry a full lino uf patent medicines, Invalids'specialties, tuilei requisites, i'li-, Ingrait
varloty.
Mall ordora r ilvo prompl uml careful at-
tenii'iti, and anything not iu stock ..ill In- procured ut nne.. ivithotit oxtra ehargos.
R  N. TAYLOR & CO.
T!i8 Pi'sscriptioii PliarniuCy
G«keswooh Citv, B. ri.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
xi ri'ii 'i*:.
Tm: w.tit ICaole Minehal Claim.
Shunted In Greenwood Camp in the Kettlo
River Mining Division of Yalo District.
T-Alvla NOTICE Ilmi ma llnhor! llenzler.
I   free miners  rartlticnlo  Nn,  I)i2»7, und
Tl ins  It.   .Inhnsotl, freo minor's en Iillenle
Nu. 02203, Intond, nlxly days from ibe iluie
horoof, lo apply lo ilia Mining Pocurdor for n
cortiflcato nf Improvements fm- thepurpusoof
oblalning n Crown granl lo tho abovo claim.
Ami further take notice Uml action, undor
seel inn .'17. must be cnmmoll 1 boforo the Is-
atuuiiT nf .-neb a irllllcntoof tmprovementfl.
Oatod thin 251I-. tla: ff Aiiju-t, 1S0H. 1
genoways & Mcaviney   !Geo. T, Wells' lime Kiln
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of, 0(B   lh,]M] _ Wt Slon,
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK. an**,™;™
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation. j send Your Order to-***»*-v—
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery \.      , Tl     . T
Lspme 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.
Loqiiimo k Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
M
Q
j
W«)*^<>>*>W««>*>**«-«--
C|) (§)        GEO, P. MIMS, Proprietor.
0-s?Sb2iLci Fovka, IS. O.
STRICTLY piRST QLAvSS,
(g) JERMS $ 1.50 AND $2.00 PER DAY*
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(',. <). SHURSON, Prop,
FAIRVIEW, li. ('.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - • GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
1 m^^^^^^^
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
nest Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class. Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B, C. LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mrs. Dowding of Rock Creek moved
to Midway on Friday last, and will in
future take up her residence here.
A new hotel hy lhe name of the
Lancashire house will he opened here
In a few days, and the inniiiu*.'uu-iit
liasdeteruiineillodispunsea thoroughly
up to dale entertainment.
Mr. Randolph Smart left. Midway or
Sunday last for his home in England
Just as he was leaving on the stage he
received a telegram hearing the sail
news of his innlhi-i's death. What
mighi nfh.'i'wise have heen a plesanf
trip is how turned into a sail, sad
journey,
Mr. II. Wilson, one, of the provincial
school Inspectors, was a visitor to file
district the past week. This is the
first Iluie u sel I Inspector has ventured sn fur inliin.l, and gives promise
that either they oa a cmss are heconi-
ing more venturesome, or wu us a
people are heconiiug lliiil'.' civilized.
To Vernon und Spukane resiili-nlsof
Boundary creek nre wending Iheir
way, intent.upon business and ph-usurc.
Some 110 doubt will return sadder and
others wiser men, lull, all will have
hildtlieiipporliiniiiy of beholding one
or other ot Ihe two best fruit exhibitions held iu tlie wesl.
Mr. Kerby is now engaged surveying an addition lo ihe Midway town-
sile, which will add a large number of
desirable and valuable lots to those
already platted. The lots lieing surveyed have 25, BO, 75 and 1(10 feel
frontage, according to location, and
acre blocks for building purposes are
also un the plan.
The little pamphlet issued by Mr,
Haas, in which a descriptive outline
of the general features of lhe Boundary creek mining district is given, and
which will be distributed lo visitors at
the Spokane fruit fair, will no doubt,
have the effect of drawing atlentioti
to the Boundary camps, especially
when coupled with the Indisputable
evidence of the mineral wealth of lhe
country, as shown by the samples of
ore on exhibition Ihere.
By,irecent arrangement (he stage
interests of the counlry have been
amalgamated, Mr. Snodgrass having
come In an agreement wilh tiie proprietors uf the Grand Forks stage line.
whereby lhey will carry lhe innil frum
Grand Furks to Uieenwiind, lu he
laken thence lb Pentli-tun us formerly
liy Mr. Snodgrass. This will slinrlen
(he run for Mr. fnualgruss' slaves,
whicli will in fui ure have a terminus
ut Greenwood City liifleuil of at Grand
Furks, A ralilieiilioii of this agreement hy the postal department is
expertcd.
ulr. Nelson Bennett, formerly mayor
of Tniiiiiiii, and a iiiiiii of great iu-
fiui'iiee among the railway contract-
lug world, puid llie Boundary creek
sectiun a Hying visit, lust week. Mr.
Bennett was spying out the hind with
a view to future railway iipei'iillous,
He is ul. present engaged upon the
construction of the terminals fur the
Northern Pacilic al Spokane, Not
having hud ull opportunity of verifying
the statement inaileaslo (hi resources,
mineral and otherwise, of (lie district,
Mr, Beimel! was conservative in his
expression of opinion. He, however,
seemed extremely well pleased with
what had come under his notice up to
(he lime of reaching Midway. Before
returning fo Spokane he intended
inspecting some of the.prtnclpal camps
on Boundary creek.
KNOB  HILL GROUP  BONDED.
A few days ago a good deal was put
through on a group of claims iu the
Eureka cainp, on Granite creek, Colville reservation, not many miles from
Midway, The coiisideralIon of the
bond was$40,000, payable as follows:
$800 cash, 10 per eenl. on the 2Slh
October, 25 per cent. 28th January, antl
the balance 28i.h June, The claims
are owned hy 0. Hermann, VV. Hells,
11. Sloki-sbei-'ry, W, M. Shufeldl, B, F.
Hendrii'h and A. J. Decatur. A Mr,
T.H. Bail left of Portland, Oregon, is
tht. party securing ilu- bond,  It is un-
del stood Hint one of the stipulations
to llu-hond is ihul work musl be commenced Ill-foil- llu. end of October,
'llu: ore found In Ihc claims is of a
free milling character, running from
$7 to $51) per Iuu, und lhe claims included In lhe deal ure said fo he the
Jvnnl) Hill, Gold Dollar, Mainuintll anil
Lillle Core.
 ►»<	
THE  CARM1  AND  BUTCHER  BOY.
The recent strike ou the west fork
of Kellle river, which lhe discoverer,
Mr, Iluie, named lhe Cariui und
Butcher Boy, is turning iiiii. well
under development, The claims are
located about (li) miles from Midway,
and yel so peculiarly are (hey situated
that Midway forms the bast: of operations for the prospector and will continue so until sueh time as a Iniil is
cut over the divide to Penticton, a distance of !!5 miles from the mines. The
vein upnu whieh the claims iiiii located
is a true fissure iu a formal ion of lime
and Schist, and can he traced distinctly
for over 2,00(1 leet upon lhe surface,
and is of an average width of about
5 feet. To give an idea of how lhe ore
is improving as development is carried
on, il is only necessary In say lhat lhe
samples taken from lhe surface when
the claims were located gave an assay
value in gold and silver of about $18,
while a few days ago an average
sample taken from a fifty-pound
average sample of ore hroiighl down,
showed a value of $52 iu gold and 23.8
ounces of silver lo the ton, The general formation of the surrounding
country is a soft dim-ite granite, a formation whieh seems to commend itself
to the old lioie prospector, for invariably they say mineral locations nre
tiiaili: wherever lllis formation isf. uml
in Ihis counlry, at least Hint is their
experience. So well satisfied art* llle
owners of llu. Clll'llli and Butcher Boy,
Messrs. J. C. Dale and Jas. Kerr, that
il, is more than likely development
work will he curried oudiiringthueiitire
while,", and if such is done il. is the
opinion of nil who have seen tlle claims
thai a rich properly will lie developed.
So Impressed were some of .Midway's
residents with the assays from the
Carmi thut several have Journeyed to
lhe Wesl Fork to see If olher bonanzas
nre nol lying uioiind loose. Thai purl
of Ihe llislricl having received very
lillle attention at the hands of prospectors, no dnuhl Ihose who have gone
oul will be ri'iiiirilcd.
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. James Sutherland is busy at
work developing tlie Glenwood claim,
near Greenwood City, and the work
done shows Up n Hue body llf ore.
Ml'. 0. ti. Galloway bus a force of
men sinking on the -Sun Bernard, and
I lit- shaft is now down a depth of Sl
feet. Tlle shaft is being sunk on llie
ore body, which is improving hnth in
quality, appearance and size as depth
is attained.
The Boundary Mines company are
pushing work on the Mother Lode ill
Deadwood camp, und are now in ahout
80 feel wilh lhe tunnel, The tunnel is
heing run into the hill lo lap the vein,
and no doubt when the ore body is
reached il willhei.onliuue.lon lhrough
It, so I hat au idea may he obtained n*
to the width of the ledge or ledges, us
l.y surface showings Ihere must lie
more  than  nne vein  of ore  within
stridingdlslniiceof then el. Ai lbe
rate nt whicli lhe work is heing curried
on il may he possible very soon lu
chronicle the fuel, that llle ore body
has been reached,
Mr. J. I.. Wiseman of Fraud Forks
has ll force of men ul work mi the
Texas on Boundary .reek, just above
Providence eanip. There are twu leads
upon lhe claim, eaeli of which will receive atleiilioii. Some splendid assays bnve heen gotten hum the ore as
a result of recent work done, and the
iniiliageiuenl nre greatly encouraged
I hereby, Assays of $10 und as high ns
$110 und $711 per toll have been llle
tallied, ll is iiiiilersloiiil Mr, Wiseman lias bunded lhe claim, and one
stipulation of the agreement is ihul
$501) per muni h musl he spent on de-;
velnpiiionl.)
The shaft on the Slemwluder claim
in Greenwood ciunp  is now   down
ahout, 100feet, and the past few days!
has seen   belter ore lllken from  lhe
mine than ever before.   Three shifts
of men ure at work under Mr. W.T.
Smith's management, nnd il  is expected work will he carried on continuously dining lhe winter.   Unlike some
of lhe other mine tinners, Messrs. Fnr-!
lull and Midgeon desire In know Ihe I
true extent of llieir properly, and no i
doubt liy  the lime railway facilities
are furnished lhe counlry lhey  will1
have a well developed mine, mill will1
he ill a posit ion to either ship the ore I
.ml of llie counlry or treat il economically on the spot.
Osoyoos, B. C.
Thos  Fetherston,  Proprietor.
®TSj.mcN1C0L^
—^
® ®
Though (In nol fall to take advantage ot
The Hotel  is Situated On Shore j this rather limited opportunity, and
of Osoyoos Lake.
Qood. Boatlrtg
a.r\d Fishing,
Kruger Mountain Mines close by.
S. A. Mil k N.
(SuooCKSOfri lo If. N. Tnyior)
lists and Druggists
have your I'lioto laken while you havo
Dial opportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Li
Vernon, B. C.
Kei'lni Klrst-l'lnss stuck uf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TO—
MAIL ORDERS.
I'OSTOFKICi: BOX 111.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is horoby glvoif Unit Blxty days
nftor dato, 1 Intond to apply to tlio Chlof
Commissioner uf J.njuls uml works for por-
mission in purohasG tlie following limits, sitn-
nleil iii the Osoyoos division of Yaui district:
All tlio unocoiipiod porlion uf llio ti'tist Imlf
of sootlon 10, township 08, mill nil tbo unnocu*
pled portion nf tbe nasi Imlf of sootlon 24,
township d*. JOHN CAMPBELL,
July lib. 180(1, 20
\V. DALRYMPLB
Gemei-al    SlaclKsm.i.-fcl-'L
FAIRVIEW, II. C,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
And n neatly finished picture, ,1. II.
Stormor Is a profloiont workman In bis
production", of art, and gunntntoos por
foot satisfaction, Cnblncbt only 8,i.tm.
California Gallery, Midway, B. C.
Alta Vista Fruit Haneh
KELOWm-A, B. O,
Cor Salezr^
1 APPLES
| PEARS
I PLUMS
*i> 'i1* */i> <*,•» /■> ¥JV *[, *\?*/IwJv
Write for Prices to
J.   L   PRIDHAM,
Dealer in
GS-ezi.ex'ail   2!tXe3«cla.^-xi.d±c5@.
Agent fou
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FEANC1SC0.
I'nwi.Kii Mahazine at Axaci.m.a.
Bail Orders Solicited. Goods Delivered
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B.C.
J£ERR BROS.
——BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat delivered al I!.ick Creek and nil llio
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH Ol" HOCK CREEK.
XX.   PittBiidi*iEJ*..    ]Ugr
I'lllST-Cntts   ACCOMMODATION    FOU   lIl'I'STS
GOOD STABLING
itarBxoolloiit Fishing on Kotllo lllvur.^j
REN DELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood Cily and Boundary Falls, B. C,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B, C.
cr. or. white
PBOrBITTOB.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Different. Stage Line;..   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to MakeGuesis Comfortable,
Strictly First-Clasu and Charges Moderate.
WANTED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In the Boundary Crook District tn know H      WRIGHT
Hint tbo "'     " HI UU 1
Greenwood Grrosery Booiand ShoeMaker
Columbia street. Greenwood City, U. C, lms All a 2011 da    3* Gi
opened ivlth n uin; slock of Groceries, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stationery, oto, A call ie* respectfully
'""*"• Repairing Neatly and PpomptlyDone
olson&phelan;
i   Ordora by sta«o strictly attended to. Addrora
Anacandn Mercantile Coto Store.
*   *
at   at    ai
i'S   T',1    T'S
NOTICE.
NOTIOK iw hereby given Hint, sixty days
from dull*, I inlenil applying tn ihu
I'liiuf CommiRstoitor of 1,-ands and Works
(or pennlfflion i» purchase tbo following trnol
oftimil, situated in tbo Osoyoos division of Yalo
districl, ami more particularly described us
follows, viz.: Tho north half of eeotioti 27 and
lhe south half of seelion 34, township KI, consisting of WO acres, VV. II. NORMS.
Midway, Sept 1,1M>. SJ7
Fresh Bread;
Cakes and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
2/.
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds uf Wurk Esooutod to Iho Sntis-
faction of Customers.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stablins.
SJ
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
A WIPMEB.Prop.l       FOR 35 C-AT
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AND SIMPLE METHOD
of mulling Rttlphido ores, such us nickel,
copper, tfold nnd silver ores, In localities
whero lend ores und fuels arc scarce and almost iiuattalnuble, ourpvrllio, wuter jacketed
Matte Smoltor lms Wen recognized wiih highly
witlafactory results, nud has been tliorohglily
tested on various pvrll ie, BUlpllido uud ursciiide
ores, In capacity ot 2 to 80 ions of oro per day,
Ii is ihe mosl pracllcal, cheapest, uud simplest
method of wild und silver ore matting nnd con-
ivninitiiii; iliiii is known to-ihiy.
ll roquiros no extraordinary skill, no lend
ores, no fluxing material, unil no fuel of any
kind for the smelter after il is slartod, The
sulphur in tho on* is iis natural fuel only, nml
ilseost hits no comparison with any other pro*
cess of concentrating.
We tire prepared to furnish uuy size nrca*
pueliy plunl complete to substantial mining
people, boI ii up uml furnish our mon to run it
tor thorn on easy payments. Prlcos and specifications furnished wiih roforoncos ami losli*
minimis nn application.
National Ore & Reduction Co.
ii72it Cheltenham Avenue, Sl. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
-wi it-
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
'-15*1 oxt-xas.
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
GREENWOOD
CITY*-
Is t In-I'l-n I rnlTi nt ii mul Supply Point, of tint Hniiuilaiv
dirk Mining Uin'ipt*, From this Sow Town minis
baa I tu Ihi-
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.   B
  £*
Lois aro St-lling Freely mul u    n Gooil Inveslii t.
Fm- Price of Luis nml Other [lifiiriiiiU.liin, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily. Boniiihry Greek, II. G,
Or Apply to Agenls,
C, F. Costkrton, Vernon, li. C.
A, K. Stuart, Van
W.B. PATON
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'i-*'* ♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦«-»♦->♦♦♦*>♦ •>♦•>♦*•♦*.♦
♦
and Plasterers. | ANACONDA tl!»»*lUKJMllUKIl..j
,,,(,-  I'll ic   R   C ^   .----_-*   „ ,♦♦♦♦♦♦*>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
SITUATION WANTED.
An oxnoriencod b nnd lionnekceporilotilros
n situation.   Kor purlIi'iilai-s and roforoiiooii
iilijily In poison or bv liiltortn
UllS. W _ LYONS,
ti. Oltanagnll Fulls, 11, ('.
NOTICE.
Lost, ....nr Don Ukn. two llttlil gray wurk
horses, oiiii branded with u oirulo S nn lull
sbouliler, anil tlio othor branded S I .villi n
U bin- undor on loft shoiildor,
Any ono roturnlllg. said burses In Mr. Snod*
bhiss, Okanagan Fulls, will rocolvo n rotvnrd of
**j|from tho ow-nors, V. JOHNSON.
91 !•'. QOOMElt,
Boundary Falls, Ii. (
Estimates furnished upon application for all kinds nf work.
Brick, Linn: and other material kept constantly on hand.!
HALF WifliiRoughand
*-—-h Dressed Lumber
kettleri ver: Shingles, Moul
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason-!
able prices all kinds of
CJa?oexi.-nH/-oocl   City.
Marcos and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND—
A Call Solicited.
A.R.TILLMAN,
GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    .
■   G* C' SEfMOUR ACQ., Puoi's
• • • STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
Sitl'atkd on tiii: Main Road to Coitkii,
dkadwood, 8KVUUK. Qkkbnwood, Long Terms! $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
IvAKK ANI) OTH Bit BOUN'DAIIY CftBKK ('AMI'S-
'kOI
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION f-b. jauques,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Georjro Bdwnrdii • - Proprietor I VERNON, Ii. U
Spectacles and
Silverware.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, li C.   -   -   -
PADMORE & PEERS - - - PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR AFTER   ANACONDA   SHARES. uinlllll.    Of Course It tllllsl he admitted
I Imt IheCoiilgurdie is iiwny tintn tiniis-
1'iit uiili. dispatches suy Hniiill- imrtatiiiii ul ilm present time, nud we  .
iniiSiiiiiii. agonl of ih" Exr al if >u niil Imvu to wail n little while for b .
.,      '     .,.    return  nn  uur  invt-.-litunl.   Al   the
i I'uiiynt Liiiulnn. ninth lin- it it Inn i|i|S|   Bt.sf,jun „{ ||u, Brilisli Columbia
eighteen iiiinitlis |i.iiil $1II,.*'KJ,(KI(I for purliitinriit Ihereiviisaclinrtergiiintcd
600,(10(1 -liuii- of Ihi- Ati.ii nniln Clipper' lo a i puny In luiilil n i-nilroad fnnn ]
ll.i.-slniiil to I'l-iiiiiiiiu. ivhere it will'
FLOURS    41FLOUR
re*
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
"'     'IN ll!    ; '"^'thebusiness tostav, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, XX XX, Strong  linkers and  Superfine.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the dis-
Mllilng company, whim* properties W'i-1' '-"",'" '.',',",','"";',".'  ","'"  ,',  ",'," I
, , ,. conned   with   llie   CJiinnlllilll    I'lii'ilia
iiillutte. isiinllii-wny lotliisiiiuiilry L.^1,.,,,,,1,    -,  |mls,  |„, i,,,;,,  j„sjm, „|-
iigniii,   Kiuiili's uiissiiui is suiil tiilie'itvn years, unil they aro now work-
in close u deal wherehv lhe I'xploru- ingnull.
linn company (renllvKnlllscllilds) Is lo   . Tl"sjsacasi.|li.-s,*ii.,en»lliel.iiiioiis,
    , ', ;   Lm Le Hoi uiiin. ai itosland. When the A. so Bran, Shorts and Ghopped Feed,
ucipitre llu* reinainiiiK stuck, DUO,™ prPwn| owners of llie Le Roi took pus- M
shares, of ilu* Anaconda   company, session of that property, It was a long
upon » hi.li Ihere .ms given un option wuy from u railriiiul, nnil nowthat thev j
i-    ,t       . I mionitniiii/i    u,..i„ lui.e .nu- llu-v iiregell itiii I heir reward. . ,   , .        ,.
foriiu-nei sum ni sis.iMi.iiiw.-ii  T-„.s.,lm ;„„i-edolngihesaiiicwlili trict.   Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
Mining World. llie Ouolgiirdl ine.   They will push
'  " "'"   77 „„„,.,    iieveini -ni work and op'™up iheir manufactured in British Columbia,
DEPEW   WILL   MAURY   AN   HEIRESS,     j mine,   mill   gel   it   inlo   shape   tn  lie!
Ti„.,.„K..,,',.„„„i „r .miss Ktiin,(,,!- Jii'n't'si.'owsh'n'^h,.i'y,',)!!,?,,,.'l-'oi,"!i',i','-1Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
lliisaud Chiiuncey M, llepew is now property 1 Inm lhe Le Ilm was nl llu-1
.    ,. i   '     i   i      ,     i       ,,   •     -iiiiii.   singe  nl   ileiehipuielil. nml with
priictlciilly   acknuwlcilgeil    l.y   tlieli  (he ixlvc-nl of the railroad jl. w ■ u
regular dlvitleiid*payer.   Tli
friends,  The wedding may he looked
Armstrontf, B. C.
I'm- in  Nnfeinher,   Miss Collins i- a In charge of n priii'llcnl milling man,
henuliful young tcinnnn, lm- a I'm  «'lln '"ls 'j'"' over llilrly years' experl
i.f $2.(100.0110 i. M, grand-diiug a ''' aVu ,l"',Ti,'g,,f tl..- Hliareliolders of I
of I'" iidore Vaiidet'illt, th,.,. puny, held al the ulliee ofllie
i- n company lii'lhe llyile hlock, Spokane,
A STRANGE QUESTION. Wiwllltiglon, lliere were IfflO.OCO sllurcs j
i of stock climated lo the loiupuiiy In he
Sngi.-al Is the scarcity of children In I1"1 U]{"o"r tl1,'"s"1,'>'' l",i"' .""M. '";
I raise Funds lm- ilevehipiiieul nml In buy i
linichlnei'V In pul on the niilii-,   ll wus j
also resolved Ihal all stni-k  l.e pooled
for ii yenr, so lhere is no other stock
1'Y.iui'i' thut n ycnr ago au organization
was funned, culled "The Xn I hum I Al*
llllllCl- lnr llie llelief uf tin- Fii-llC'll
popnlalloii." This till,, niny Imvi. n
vague ring In il. hul Ilia piiipusi- of
ihe suciuly Is in Induce the French
people in have inure children,
A hundred years ago lhe greul conn-
triesnf Europe coniuined IIS.IHKI.IIIHI in-
I'n
for sale iiiiIcsh Irensiuy stork, sn I lm I
Investors ure proi eel cil froutti denrechi*
tinii in value, Two years ugo l.e l.'ni
slum's ware sailing ul twenty cents.
You can uol. gel a share imw fnr live
dollars, This is a rare chance for a
gnnd, Bale Investment,
Treasury nlinres, fully paid up mul
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
ARMSTRONG & LAWDER
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ and ■ Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Our  Stock  of
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Hi-Hows, Anvils, Heating and Conk Sloves, Woodenwiire, Sash
and Doors, Paints and Oils, has lieen selected tn meet the
requirements of the country, and will he found most complete.
Specialties
Jessop's Steel (any size); San Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
Jot»t»i:ixg*   Shop
liiiliilnnts, of whom 2G,(liK),()00, or 27 per  nou-iissessnhli-,  par value one ilnlliir,
cent,, were residents of France, Today i •"''• ,,,|r''1'1.''1 ■'" '-vi'iily "'"Is p't'Jmi'P,
,, ,   . ,   .     ■„„,,,,,,    ' Ap|. leallnll     lnr    SHUTS    s lllllll      III'
Ihese same cnunlrles coiilnin M,tU).-     ' ,   .
000 Inliiihilaiils, of wl 188,000()00, or
12 par eenl,, live  iii  Fruncc,   These
llgures speak for Iht-insi Ives, nud llu
nlit inns conclusion i
DllNERN .*■  l''.WIt. Selling ngelils,
Temple liuililing, Mnnlieal,
Who will issue scrip und have sunn-
,,   ,-,.,',   i   ,,   I registered in the comptinv's f-u.oks,
s. 1-hul. If lie Inrlhs .l.tMiis l„ Mf('f,,i.„i'ii,
t-'-nliiuu-   In   decrease   nl   tha suine I Vice-Prt>!<idi'iit.
iiiiiiiiniis rale, France, whieh was unci-
one.of the most powi-rfiil coiinlries ini j   p, JJcLROD,
Klll'iip. .   will    sunn     he   ntie   of   ilia I J*
weakest,
The system .uf reform lo he followei
hv tin1 iii'giiniziilion islo workachaiige
in the lux laws nf l'*riince. As lhe
uiufter nnw sliiiuls lhe pnreiils musl
pny u tax iu prnpurlloii to III.' iiuiiiIh-I'
of Iheir children.   Tims a pour iiiiiii   - .,,.,.„ ,.    , ,„     ,,,  |||iL   p    ,,.,,
wlm has Font' children puys ilnul.le lhe, IN   after dato hereof, I liilitml lonpiilytathc
.',,', ! Iliilliil'ilbli'  llie I'liief Culllllliasi ■!• i,f   I
mn.ami  ihal  his  noighlHir does who and Works tor permission to purcliusu
uiih* li-isiin, i luniilrod and *-i x I y mm ronr It-am, nf laud,
'""> lml''""' I sit unto in lliu lljiivnos lllvislini.il Yulo llislricl,
The reformers luui.' In remedy I Im. in thu Provinco of Hriilsh Luliimhia, vlx.:
.... n  i     i ',        '   Commoner"*-'ul lite north tvosl luiroflho
evil l.y Inning nil liiirileiisiiine tuxes, mirth tt'ostuunrtor nf section nineteen, ttnt'ii-
reinoved fr lh-' fruitful fninilicsand ship slxty-nlght, r lug tbuncunorlli l.ivenlt
. : i-lllllli-. tbi.|ii.|. i-iisl  t-ii'lv i-bnins, llieni". sinilb
In innke up lbe IreiislU'V ilellclciicy hy ; slxt- tihnins, mnro nr I"-*, in lbe ib bnuk nf
taxing  .I,,,,' riuulllin wlm have fw Kfe|&^
dr  in.  children,    Bv   this M-sh-tn  a coitiintJiKjcmonL.     ItlOllAltl) .1. DAVIKrt.
..... ... ' i    liaioil l!)lal2tlulayof Suptuiiiliur, t'M,     i
cllllillc-s e-ir-tiijIi• wnnlil   li.ivi'   In   |i;iv il ■ m m|  .._.'..
heavy tux, those wiih urn* cliinl n
uiudei-ate tux, Llm.su wl lli twn children u
Hghl lux, ami Ihose wilh ihree child-
ren no lux al all. Hume, uf lhe reform*'.
eis want lu  un  I'lUlhel* a
RAILWAY, MINING AND W
m
m _ ._ 	
| ABHICULTUBAL CENTER OF
jj«^ 1.nts on Easy I erms to Actual Residents.
m
ffl
m
ffl
fi§if   A' K' STUART,   mi •">
tim Midway, B, 0,
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt ami Careful Attenlion al a Reasonable Figure.
Armstrong k Lawder, tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
1 Hotel, Errand Forks, B. C.
C. A. JONES
HOUSE AND CAIx'KIAGE PAINTING
NOTICE.
In lhe Mattel* of Gut. Hamlin, Deceased.
I'.'ilip.
ml bv tin-  lu
lho Mill ilny of N'o
,    "   I TKNIIKKS nil
the  laws   sn   iiiiii    premiums   Wllllie|   1   ul^norl l,|l lo nu. n ineini vm.mi-!.
given t„ families tt In, have n ccrlnln I S'^'S^ : {°
n iiiuioiii t i.Miiis. .-iiu,iii- iiiiii i.i.mn iuik... in i     nnnnnnnrtnn
lurge   llllllli er nf i llililiell. llle pietlli-   Kojtlolllyor» Klliviti,,., ,.| llie lli--l,i..| til I VjLJUUL3iJO*LJOUi.
imis increasing Iii proporlion  lo llie    Tlii    'I'ossi    "Hrandin i's   Hii8llo,"| f3-eoml l-'tiel-
liunilier of children. " Ltltlo Hollt ' "
TrtfinnrT^ Plahl and Decorative
Paper Hanging
M. 1*'. I-'OI,CiI'',U,   I'ltOPUlUl'l-OK.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
BTo CIi.ixi.ese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
 ► • -.	
IS   IT   A   FRAUD?
IlllSlll!,'
" 1 lb.' "(•mill."
.'. A. I,'. I..UIUI.Y.
(iniil riiiinni-ainiier.
KALSOMINING
.1 Midway, IS. ('
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
aro-jr-xen.
A gentleman tvriling froui .Mmiliuil
mivs: Cortillcato   of  Improvements,
Tiiilin Editor of Hn- AnctxcK.
limn Mil. I wish in subscribe for
ynur v.iliiulile piper, uml tvrile lo ask
you bo send ineii copy, IV.mi which lo
use -rl iin tvh it sum in remit. Among
i.tli -a-, I   Imvu  ucijtiired coiisiderulilo
' m*   '" "The Coolgardie," whieh  „..,.,.  x   .,,, , ,   „., ,.	
lllllll'   I.a   nl   li:|p..|'  laiii.p,  li'illl.ilnr      x  bi' lai    -Inn-taai land   .'aaia; I aiiiaiinj'
MINERAL ACT, 1898.     " PPOSpCCtOPS'   l\Wl    M    V_l\    Sole
Grand Forks, II. 0., Ik-low the Uridgc.
Livery Teams, Saddle find fack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Grain anil Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
Tu.; MoillitsoN MiNi-ai.ti. I'i.on.
Situated in Doadwood Cnmp, Boundary Mountain, in the Kettle River Mining; Division
of Yale lllstrlot,
in
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAI1S0X, KETTLE RIVER,,  ll. ('.
Situate in tiie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
j First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public,   Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.   ....   PROPRIETORS
i       .,       , ,        i rroo minor's cerlilleule N'n, llnitll, intend,sixly
creek,   Shuuld yon have at hand nny dnys fn In. iluie inarm', in niinlrio Ibo
inl'iiiinatinii regnrdlng Ihi.- riiiupaliy  MiningHoounlurfurn enrlllieiitt' of linnviivn-
°,        "      . ', ■   . linails. fir llu- lin,|i,.si. i.l inilniniiii! n  I'l'iiwn
tout   vnu  ean   Kita   mc, il_ would he gnuiltoIbunbnvoi.lnbn.
 ,i„ ,,, ■ ,, i i    A n.l furlbor tttlto nolieo llml notion, undor
KlenilJ '.IU' lea. scetion 37, nnisi I nnnunecd buforo lbe i»-
I'laeln-eil I hug In I'.irw nil prospectus sunneoiifsiiiilit'orillli'iiliiiif Inijirnvoinenlii.
,.    ., '      ' llatod this 2nd tiny of Senlnnibor. ISM.      I
nl suiil iniiipaiiv: '
I'lttlSI-KCTtlS
('(UH.ilAlllili: MINING UO.MPANY,
INT HIl'tlHATIiU,
C.M'IT.ll., $70(1,000,
SEVEN   Hi'MiKKI.  'I'll.ll'.-'.IM.   SUAltkla
l.'l'l. Y   i-.UII A.N'I) NI1N*AHB1!SSAIII,E,
' VV, \V. .1. Turner 1'ieside lames L. t Tin: Amoh Minhii.ii, Claim.
McCulluch   Viia-l'ii-siil, nt,   I,,   p. i situated In bong Lako Camp In Iho Kettle
Williams Heerelary, .    River Mining Division of Vale District,
Oenurill 0111 ■■■. Sinkaua, VViirll,      I "TAKE NOTICE Hull 1.1'. IVulbisluu. ngonl
Mi"1-- ''"I'l"''' •'■ '■ [ioiiiulury, 11. f.\\, K'inhi;;" livaVdn'i'r'mnn'Vbl'uiue
'I'HUSTEIM    \V. \V. I). 'I'lll-IH-i-, iii.-i-i-  l>-Ji*oi>f. tiiaiyily In Hn-'.Mini..;,- 'lo.-oi rforn
,l,.,,i|,,  Ijoi  MiahiL- r ,,,,■■      I.'    ''','1'1111'' fliiil.roveiniiiils, fur I ho jmrpuso of
in i,   i,.   um .1111,111,, I p,nj I li. I'.    u g n (,'rown gmnl In tl Imvi olnlm.
\\ llliains,   ii'i-.isiiiei   l.e   Hm   iliiiii|..|   Anil furtlior Inku noil lint nullou,nnilui
cuilipanyi Ilmi. George Turner, gem suolloii 3", mini In- com need befnro lho i-
mail inaibigcrl.,. lini Mli.liiKnM„iMiiy. ^^iffi^^WH^iaiSrwK ' t
A, P. Davis, iliii-i-liir I ianl,.|s N.uionul '
MINERAL ACT,
CERT lEKIATE   111'   IMI'ROVENliNTS.
KTOTICia.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate ol Improvements,
KroieiOE.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVE!)
—•UPHOLSTERING-*^
R0S3LAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
THE FASHION
FEED - MVEJ-ty - fijio - S^LE , SpBIE$
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.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED Al SALE STABLES
THE
^^^r\**^-Trf^jf**t/,>*:m
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gkkenwood City, Boundary Ckekk, B, C.
We hiite jusl npi'iieil lhe nlinve luilel nl (ireeniviinil Cily, nml nre piepnreil
The principal iv.irk dune, has I n .■.ivNaa^ ,fl „.,,|r Kll,.s|s lim| |,mv|,|a Knod nt-ct noiliillnn,   Uood entering.   Firsl
PROPRIETORS.
Imiib ; (I. Salinity,, rupiiallsi: .1. Ijevuli
Mcllullocli, M, l!,i A. II..,,v.,. director
Huleiii f-allonul liunk, Oregon! ('. !•'.
Billey, iiiin- owner,
'I'l..' Uoolgiirillc lain., i- locnlcd III
Cupper eamp, llrilisii Coltiliihlu, ami
was iicipilreil by l In* presenl cmiipuuy
liy piirelinse.
'Tli.. geiieriil I'orniailon nl lliedlslrlcl 'hl1'Jl v1"" Hinkhai. ri.ti.i.
Is purpliyry, und is cut al. right uughs siiuniod  in Coiinor Cnmp, In tbo Kottlo!
liy Hvtigretil ledges nf Iron ami eon* nivoi- Minimi Division of Yalo District.
I.".'1'  I'lJi'!'"-,',",1''''11 I,,,v I"",|l-V   TAKK NOTICK .Cl,,,- lill il,',.,.,,.„s
Illji of (IU fo HI degrees. |   niconl fnr T, I,. Hiivago, fruo miner's tiurtlll
i.iitoNii.ll.V'ls,nnil(H,ll loll, froo nilnor'srar-
done on ivli'nl   i- aulleil  Ihc  Jlnllii-a llllciilii.|No,i»'fll,hilnnd,Blstydayiifronilhcdnto
. ,„!,.    -i-  ;    , „.;,,, „   hor , lou. 1  I" lb.. Mining llcronlorfin In-s Lilvery Miible.
I.nil.a    I lit- iiuu.- i- u peiicll  ii|itiillin  iiiii'iliimlotifliniiruvoinrnls, for llio|.iir|io I
shall fill feel, deep, and iiuiueroiisinien ublnlnlng a Cnni nurnnl lot lie ubnvoulniin.    niAAn    o     \A/r"OT-r"l
rills nlong tlle lin,-of lhe ledge or reel',     Alrl fin-llmr luko mil  th.it n,-ii..„. under! WOOD    &   WEol EL     .
l\'.. I. ., ,.,.,.„■ I... ,1  ,   ... soot oil ,b. Inil'l  tin <niiinirtlia.il  tl.tiiii' I ii' is- >  •
\\.*ll,ue  imi nier a  lliousnllll  -   ,„.„„,, „|-.„,|1,, ,,i|lr finn.nv, „„,       |	
ill ore oil  llie tlninp ri-udv  tor lreiil-|   li 1 ihinTilliliiynfticpl bar, 1KB.       1
nssuy nf uver $27 par |..u io gold,silver
nnil copper. Tin- nvernge ividlh nl Ilia
vein is t tti'iit v-livi- feel,
The company has nnw lei acontrnei Certificate  of  ImprovementH.
In run .a tunnel in nu ilia vein, which
will give us n depth fi-inu npes nl' vein N'O'JPIOU.
iif'iilinui six hundred reel. Thegeni-rnl Tin: Lexinpton .Mixtat.i. .'i.u.m.
elinriiclernf the nn- a- iiyrllle i-iipper situate in Central Camp, Kettle Rivet- Min-
i""   ',' -.currying gold  nud silver; Ing Division of Yalo Dlstrlot,
nml ihere a.,in,, ilmii..'tlml eaiihesald „,,.,...,,.,.„.,.,, ,,,,,,.     „
In regiird In Ihis piirllrlilill- cliarneler T^AI-''' NOTICE Mint I, Jnlin \.Coryell, as
of iii"e.  wlit-rei er thev- hin,. fonnd il n(,, iSflTomlOon. W?''limibS?f!^ralnort :          V"" '"" """' l""rllnTC ™llvr e"llcl llo™»- heaullfully iniiile -md llnihhiid; ivinduiv buhIi,
lhey   have always fti'tind  permaiient covtlflcato No. Q2131, hitt-nd, slxly days from  laths, shingles nnd nil other kinds nf houso furnishings, at tho Okaungaii Sawmill.    Rough and
mi lies,  VVe can I't-fi-r It, lhe great sua- r^.(|),t'. ,l)v,(,.,,[■; i'u,..,;, ,'f [ninruvumonls fnr lite dressed liimboi nsiniuly nn tin ml.     ilnlers from ICottlo Rlvor district goltcitod and prlcos
cess  iinui.. nl   Butte City. Mniitiinii, ,„„.„„„,, „t obtaining a Crown grant to lbe
■I   ____
4*^"*ta*&*xs&*syxie&r%y
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses.
.adies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses. Horses
boarded by the week or month, Box 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 lo.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
\V. Gardner, Proprietor,
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C,
.     Illll'l'll:
inul ri mir nit ai an mil it. In llie many  nbovremtm.
grenl mines openin-j tin ul   [?ns»lannl '    Inil further Ink.' notion tlmt nellon.under
H '"'"■H-i <n,. iiuu.-1 ,nt, „f: ^i:;^:;,:j:".;l!^;;l;,::::^^;;;^l-:■:;::;:n"i-',■
vicii.ili  ihej    un'   pruiiui-iug   I'vouw.   ;:,.'.,.;;i:,i. .-j.'., da) nl May, ini. a
fiii-nisluiil ii])nn npplloallon In
N. ll.-Snail uml Doors al Consl Prloos, with Sllghl Advanoo to cover cost of freight,
H.   X.3QQXJI1MCE, PROP.
RESERVATION TRADING  COY
Carson, Ii. C, nnd Heservalion Store, Nelson, Wash.
General .7 Merchandise
And Miners'Out Ills of till descriptions.   Our stock is large
and complete und we believe yon will Hnd
Our Prices an  Object
If you wish lo snve money.   Give us an  early call.   Fair
and square dealing L out  motto.

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