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Vol. IV, No. 5.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MO-JDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
Iw.
M, COCHRANE,
. FALL GOODS .
|» N"'ii-.ti(vl'em,ie, Cdnv-yanoeh, Etc.
11 j    outre: Qilraoro's Blook, Bnrnnrd A vrnuo,
VKHNON.  - II. c.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. I f^»<™.
a. t BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
it Officei Martin's Block,
«Clothing ani Gents' Furnishings. |
Hardware, Etc.
WohavojuRl rccolvcd mir full nml VVlntoc siock nf tlio above imiImv
Boiling win-io ni- very low prlcoH, So boforo imrobaalag yourvrlntopfnipitlicsbo
euro und give, us a call and lie oa.ivlticQd Unit our t-.rlcoa.iro llie
X-iO^vcres't im. -tlxe 3Sffl»i»_feet#
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fnirvk'w, Cninp McKiiinov iiiid Vernon.
MILE AND GUIDE POSTS.                Iimnlhs fm* the iifllcinl cxaiuilial iiiii of anil Can j.leil .aitiru I'nr ihe pnitlmf*
Iheir work. ers, and Stuck uml Molliuuild fnr til
T.'ilii'Kililii.'i'f Tiik Anv.iN'i'i'.:                      This proni|il   exainlniilion,   Joined 'selki-s.   ll isexjwU.l Hint    he lights
Sin.—In traveling over I wintry   „., ,„.,. ,.i i;, „.„,, „s .,,,. ||ivste|,,. ,V|H I* i,,n,,.I „„ within a few.luvs.
,:' 8    ll"'    I,HS|    ""''*'    >'";"'s'    Munsrhung n Ine ofOcial uiap*,.sile. Thi'-cninpnnv selling I heeled riellghl
find  lliere nre many  strangers  also  „,.,.;,„,,, ,,v |lu, (rbiiitili-le n few (lavs plant 1-  now nl work  nn it sche	
traveling,   Nearly all stop me anil ask ,.,„ ,,„„„,,,„, Iv ^ri'iigllH-iu-d i!h> tun- which mil l.e of miller '.nli' I"
i vhere lines tills mini ur lhat lead Ic
iiei Ilinl lhe interior ili-p-it-fim-nl is   Rnss'iind.   I'  is lie* iulenllun of the
:iri
VkIIMiN. ll.C.
I  CillllllOS M. KI'IIHY, I'. L.S.,
A.M.O.S.CE,,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VEBNON, D.c.
ii\f ■ T
-   1 >
io. ciiowi*;!,!..
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Puor
$ Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake.
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
Io Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
TRONSON ST., vaiiMiv,
CONTBACTOB AM) BUILDER
Ofilcc and Store Fittingsn Specialty.
P Ii. LATIMER,
VEItNON, „. e,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.--a_cl   Surireyoii,.
Mem. Amor Soclrrlg, Mugs,
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKHNON, II. ia
Lath or
St. Thomas Hospital,
LllNIUlN. -NO.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, 11. ('.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTAHY PUBLIC.
Hnwfnrls nnl I 'lieainpsi' .,„_-,,„ ,„ ,,.,..„,„ ,-,„ npcnliigof lhe  projeclnrs Ine liihlish n l|.|egru|'li	
Am I on lho right rniid? Now. sir, tills ,,,,,.,,„!„„ Illl(|  wm  ■ ,.■„. good cure hetween Norlhpoilnnd Husshinil nml
l'KI""' fni'lulilc to Ihecvi'Mncrcasing ,,,.„„„.p| „,.,,,,.,,:,.,, B|,nll Issue nexl lhey have uheudy npplind for n frnn*
i1"""1"'1'"1 ti'ivplci's. hi  wlioni  ,,.„,.   ,            iilniinislntliin, which ehUe,   Work on  the  line  will coin-
have no lime to lose hy wandering off |mM, ,U| „   ^recclvelheciedil  nieiicc civ days,
Ilifli'way into-hill Hoys." ,-,„. ,,„. , ..,. ,,„   S|,„kauo Clunnlcle.  ► .*,
I Iniie seen  two four-horse tennis                        „tH m .:|;UNUAI|V cci.Nuy suits him.
lose thi' quarters of ii day tn gol hack        KETTLB nlvE11 M|NiN(i division.
tnlherlghl mad near (.'iinip McKIn- TheAiu In .Mining h inpiiny hns
l ney.   ll,is nol nncn ifor Iravolcrs Record of Minora! Locations for the Week hecomo InleiS'slid  in  hiiiic minis in
n gu In Fiiirvleiv Instead of Poullrtiin                 Ending Movemtor 27. Brillsli I'ohiiuhiii, und if lhey Hun i ul
nnd vice versa.                                   21   Alliuinhru, Skylark cmiiji, IS.  A. ,1H it Ib piistliclnl ilny wil1, the iiiliuii
Bel ween Fourth o[ July and Bound-       Bicleiiherg. itf th-> Altiiilniui ipunv will n-u'i In
ury there certainly migl lie lnile 121   Olyuipiii, Skylark camp, Spencer t|„. i,ip|ddeve!iipiuciil nf ihul sectloii
posit,and, lie.ltcr still, guide posts put        ii.- an. ,,f j,,,,, niuj. ..ii's iliiuiiniuns, snvs lhe
Uipnlsity lhe liriiuch mads lending Into tl. Ooltlen Biiltriiiy, Brown's camp, But le .Miner.  John R, Tiole t-ctciit l.y
. nil mir mining eiiiups frum the nuiln       C, O'B. Ureeii. reluriii'd rroin a visit nf iuspi'illon, in
road. : 22. lie.-1 la.   Brown's   camp,  C  ll'H.  i|„.  inKi v.-ls- of (he   puny, nud,
I mu Infni'tned  Uml  painted mile       rirceii.; talking of his Impressions tn" Ih'ci -
posts, for illll miles, ine nuw, anil have j 22. Jlill'gheiilil, Bruwn's cninp, C. D'li. nv. suvs:
heen, lying for I wo years in tliePon-       (),,,.„. "'lam very favoruhlvii csscdwilll
*t"n wharf storehouse. 22. RedCoal, Brown's camp, 0. Ii'll. 1|m.|( ,      ,. |||T    „   Un]M,
\\ ill' have Ilia ae nut lieen llllll/.i'd.'. Gl'l'l'll. .- c i '• i ,'• i nr
„„ , cut inns ul iniiiu; uth in niiueiiil, Of
They ought nt an early (intu tn he put ut 22. Piastre, Brown's camp, E. Chirk. (.0„,.BU iheri- Is ns vet un posilive unfurl he cimyeniencenf the great influx  22. Lee Mutfnid, Brown'scamp, W.G, mmm, 11ml  ilu-i-i- ni<* Joiil   mines
MiAIyiin. i In j,.: hm Irimfi-ssilie indiciiliuiisiiiu
22. Rouge..t.Noi,.,Bmwirscanip,Lcwi8 r,.,V),,;l,,,,..    \V|,ile   in  Ihal  region   I
"""'• I Iul llu' Winnipeg .uul pul n force
22. Oi,,'.,   II,,,.    Clu-i-lini,    Lake,   II.  „,..„ „„,,,„ „.„,.,.  u, (,,||.
1 """''"' cluim,   It ih o isl'iiuiiil inhe linn*
are, um ll is a uuiii   reeiiiiuneiii aluin  u,  si   .1..1 m   lleadwuud ciiinn   ,lnl ir • ,■         ,       ■ .          ,            i
'                   h   ,,           .,          ,    "•*>'•' a huh uiui iiiiup ''^ nu,nnniHv mul ns rii-li ns lhe suu.nl, s
(oriiureoiinlrv, mul I  urge lhe curly        r ut.v ,  ,'     ,        .,             ,    ■„ i             i
,     ..         ....             ..          .       .,          .'   '         '""■'' lllkell   Irnlll   llle   lop   llwilllie.lglll.il
ndoplion of these mile and gintlepnsls. •;-,. [J]U|}. |.;i„i„, De.tidwnnd camp, R, p,,„ne*-ty,
^'""'- '• But the Winnipeg ns yet isslmpiy
il. Big Add, Cupper camp, E. P. Suy- ap,.08|)t,,|,   |, is six mills' huflhe
ilmi.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Erigineer,
:PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Jincincerlng and Survey
of   liusiness   men,   prospectors  ami
travelers generally,   Having suffered
myself, I would fain save unnecessary
travel and iiiicerlainty toothers,
ll is cheering In know where ymi
Thomas Paton,
FORMATION  OF COAL BEDS.
Many Ihe.uries have 1 u advanced
Aniciii un line mul ahoul (il) miles fruln
(■Kici'iHcATKs iu.* wiiiik. araili'oiiil,   Tin-re Is, however, a r 1
lonccoinil   for lhe exisleuce of conl,  21. li rnliiil a I    '.. Buss,  li.  Deiuder, | goveininenl road wi  aim I'lllis
and llieir merits lime heen discussed       W. VV, (lihlis ami Thus, Tighe,
hv many learned men,  Still the pleas- tiianspkhb
i
ing Ihcslsof licsipierrnux has mil been ■ [p,, <)|,| Uexien, ;:  in si,  W. K. c,
deslioyid in- aliuliiii, and the virgin       verl in Colin Aleltae ami Anslli
foi-isls he ctmjuicd ii[» froin thcshnlo        lluninii
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any that ihe lied  of clay  ever found Ins
Portion of the Provinco Immediately At- „,-,,'. ,|u. ,,,,.,1 |„,,] is'ihe Hoot' of llie
and anal nre iinepleii yet  Imiiiy.   It 20, Oriental, i Interest, Herbert Shaw
may easily  le drawn from nnalogy       to II. P. Heacock.
properly, Thin- iuu Biinie titller
promising loukliig prospects in lliat
section, I ut, nf course, i, is a gninl-le
tvlielliar nr ta.I lhey wiil develop into
puyitig inliies,
fi3od Boating and Fisbin^-   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire, j tended^. . .  ,    ,
D '' primeval swamp, mil  J Ins hits often
Maps and Plans ol Any Portion of Osoyoos     . ,,   ,      , , ,
Tir.«TfTT1_rir.     -_->>» «■***        o       --.*--. Distriet and Mining Camps of Kettle River l^1""1'''1 l"•islllz','l  speeimens ni  w,„,d
XtXiQXTXmOOB    BROS.    SQ    GO.        KM*. Division. that have often told the secret of the
  coal.   In  the  roof  slnles   nf  many
2D. Little Tim, Unti'i'i'sLllorherl Slinti
In II. P. II.•licock.
20. Lulu. 1 inleresi.  Ilei'lierl Shaw Iii
II. P. il.'iu'i.ik.
20. Tip Top, J interesl, llei'la'i'i Shaw
K-iLoaiiwar.-..
Dry k±, Groceries, Beady-M.de Clotiiiog, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prick-; Reasonable.
Tl lining laws ,if lliiiisli On"
luiuliiu have many excellent Fenllll'i'S,
For insl.-inie, n mining clnllli is i.'I.O
feel square, All lhe inincriil in Ihul
grtiuutl helotigs in ihe nwnet1 uf lhe
elnilll, iiii innllel    tvllele   lhe   apex ia
lis boundaries nre vol lien I nnd lliere is
uii'iiispiii rug a Ihiiii uiitleigrotintl'wnrl:.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k CLERIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,;
TURNINGS, Etc.
Ill'lll>'        loll. P. lleniuek. „   ,
BOUNDARY FALLS. MIDWAY nnd VERNON, indues, ton, have hi'.'ii f mn I   llle deli- 20   Iiiul her  I.uial liar  "inleresi  Her- "lg8'           piWPIlt- ll vnsl  iiuuiliil .U
— -----  cute fronds of the fern, nnd thusu tie*     ' |„.|.| Slunv lo     I' Heacock ' fxpeusive and   annoying   liligulinn,
lighlful little I'uriiiK, iiiliigiiiK tu ill mi 22   Knuhlilll   ' i rest   H   While ''"'"  ''"' l'lllllll*J",lll1<'1' limls W,M'
Ji-iinliH-i  «iili ii far disliuil  pnsl nre     ' (j j  |jlm,'|v' j|    W ' Pal islon t'"lmlll,l,nl P»«i* flfld for hisnpfrnl ions.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
often lhe musl inleiesting treasures of       mH| j sieveiw In P.. P.. Striihurn.
All persons In nun mining propeily
the   inllsee     l.e-ouereniix   il  nu'i'lil lie ' .i i   ,,     i        ■!       ••.        ,   uui-      11 hl'1'0 IllllSl IlllVe 11 miller's license, Tills
un   iiiii-ii-   u.Mjiitiinux, ii. uugui in. 22. Old Ironsides, $ interest, II.White,        . . ,
noted line, was ltd lo the enncoplton        (:  |  |jUIHi,   ij  \i-  t'aliiii'isldii .1   "•'• "»lin'8ns well asfoi-elgnei-.*,,
of his vegelahle Iheory for coal l,y|      Slovens nml A   a'.Iiii.csIo III*''  lf ;M"illl'l'''lll'"ll'1" !"-i p " pleciOtf
prior invesligalions ini   the origin of       siiuluu- prnperly in does anylhing cnlinlalnil
pent.   After close nnd diligent lahor h>2. Lnuni D.', J inleresi, E. P. Suydnii ln mkv Umhh' '"' '""'''' "'""^'-,1"'
In 1. Wiildiou,
22. Trilliy, 1 inleresi, W. II. Norris In
Ii. SI un rl.
23, Dundee, 1 inleresi, .I.e. Haas In
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
C.  F.   COSTERTON  lie discovered the affinity lietwcenipeul
VKHNON, H. ('. and llle libre ol existing trees, antl es-
 _A.f5-c5iaa.-t Fcr  lalilislieil a knowledge of the changes
_.,,„,.,     _     ....         whiih  lind taktn lime.   Since ilu-n
Tho Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsalo , . ,   ,       ,
,       .      -„m        Jr,„ elieniisli'v uml Hie microscope hiiveiul*        I M„tl,,.,.l,in,l
Importers ot Wines and Spirits. ,.,,,.       , .    ' ,.        ,i. Muineii.tuii.
v*. v ,,   .n      r.   ,   „    , .,   ,,        aillouill proots and convincing facts of .)-.   ii,,,.,,,,. n,..i „j| tniureai Tims A
Mcholles&Renout, Agricultural Jlachlnory. i,, ,..,    ,,   ,   ,. , ^J. noiiiuc lien, uu inieiesi, iiiiis, il
lliesuurce nt Ihe lilack diamonds.   All        kinsnn In R. Wuud
kinds of acids nnd unctuous suhstatices ,,.
—_\.r-o__--. For—
The flkanapn-Spalliicta Disis,
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London & Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of Norlh America,
The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co.
The Dominion Building & Loan Association.
i General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment
Sash ami Door Factory cnC. I'. R„ Vernon,
HARRY  A.   GUESS,  M. A.,
iSucccssor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
are sliil found in tlie coal thai, prevail
ton greater or lesser degree ill wood,
ami which have heen retained in its
com position despite lhe lapse of coiiul
less ages,   Hul Ihe penel lilt Illg 'enzuf
SHORTENING Tin; CANADIAN PACIFIC.
go'd couiiuissinner promplly revi l.es
his lii'iire, uml liis nulling prnperly is
drili:nil I'mfeiliil."
The Boundary creek disliicl is nt-
h'uctitrg inure I linn iiidiiuiry ill I cut inn
111.I lliil-l  lllile nieiii    111   ililii,IT   lllllll'
t'lipilallsls In iiinke Invest inputs lliere.
Wherever I lev I'lilninenci' work lhey
menu I usiii(*Ns. Transpoi'laljon is tin-
seiiiuis dra whack, hut with the develop.
I lie! It uf the mines HI iilti;. lis will (iiiiii..
WORK ON HIE CLIFF AT ROSSLAND.
Kor several years pasl the Oiiiindiun
Pneilie railway hus heen looking foi- II
pass Ihrough the uiuiintuins helwecti
the inlci'oscope  have   revealed   the| ihti Coluuihiii   river and ihe Norlli ,,    ,,.,
greater trullis.   Hy means of this il; is Fn,,k ,,f K.-l bin river.   Tl rf • L*5' ,M', \* m""n  '' ''.''""",fr	
ftCtunllyiiossil.il. to trace He woody yearsagoMr, J. A.C'oryell.aDoi   Ill"ai|'""i   Ul",sd"y ov('"il,(! '' "i,s
,re nud even to dlsllngiiish the air
cells as clearly as in a piece of wood
laken from a I tee liiday, This condition may not he always prevalent, hut
ii (nn nt limes l:e found nnd proves
conclusively lhe vegelahle theory. Vet
it Is sit ll nge Ihul in lhe tare nf Ihis
olliir lliiiuisls will eiilhusiiisliciilly
(idviK'ule ihe exti'iioidliitiry proptisi-
linn Ihal coal is n iiuliiinl coniposlllnn
.mill luisi ..aid mil nf original mutter
like gnelst, or grmiile, ul' Invn.   The
n/xiD-WAur, a. o.
RATES, Cold. Silvor, or lend, $1.00 each
suggestion thai it would have Ignileil solved, if llie passolfers no seiiousen- .
Iif ln'oughl   lulu cmitacl   wit h  greal   giiuii.riiig dillicull ics.   Spukraiiiiui-D
Ileal,   wuuld  proliulilv lie  airily   ili-i-: \i,-\.-.
COUUll'll iiii llle ground uf u In "k nf air.
, Jiowever, sn fnr us llieurj kucs, lhe
Copper, $1.51); Iron, $2.00, Cold,
Silver, and Coppur, $3.00.   Oilier   "'gclaliln llll'iuy  Is Hi Ihul
ratios on application, Samples from counts for conl.
a distitnco will reeclvu prninpl at- '-" -
tcilllon. COLVll.li; IIEEIiU-.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
i'linslanllimi hand at Iteasoualile Prices.
LEQUIME   A   P0W EB S,  Proprietors.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
AI<MSTI.ON(V, II. C
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Send Your Onlnr to-**-**»*<-^-       A neu ivimri eoui'i'inlug iheColvllle
.        iiuosliniied yesteiday ns In llie pruh-
sui'Veyor, iluiinni In have In uml nne    ,.,. .      ,'. '   ,       ,. ,
',      ,        ,...■■■       ii ,.   , .'lllllllles ill llle illll lllllll s\-,iiiie;!l|.||iiik.
■ it'll I llle lli'iill nl  I 111 Isl Illll lake. Willi ll , , ,     ■ ,.    ,      ,
,      . . . , ,-,, inn llie piiviiienl nil   llle  ( Illl, due I le-
hcclnlmrd wus iU) leet  Inner and dl        ,     ,    ,,   ,    .    ,
.,      , ,. ,., i    i ceuiliiT 1.    He (lei allied In atisitii, s.i\--
mill's shni'ler Ihul, lhe rnllle ttluell Iuu! . , ,, , ','
, ii    .i   ,,      i-     ,,    ,.     mu  he   iioulil Know   uiieii the lime
heen siii'veved hy Ihe Canadian Pncillc, ,,      .,   ,
,..,',               ,               ,,     ,■ eame.    lle Sill   llintailer  ills  leluili
Ills said   hv   lieen.e  receiillv   Innn ,,,,,,          ,     .    ,,.
..,,,,, ,. In  losslaiii  .Mr I iiu ii.ii it lined 1 In
Iiiul section Ihul  there is a nurtv nl ,,  ,
.    ,              .,      ,.,,.   .'. nnl ah Ihe men nl   w nt k  that could l.e
sui'vevoi'S in llie viniiiiv nl I lirisiiini ,,  ,
, .    ;  .            ,      .  *     ,,  ,   ,   i landh'd, sua! iiieii were set at wni k.
luke. Iuu im..ne hns lieen nlile in luui „.,.        ,    ,
.     ,,              .... Ihis win k slums im ri'iisid mini, on
out ill whose employ lhey iii'i'.  II Hiev ,,,...-,
,.     ,.     .,   .,, ,   ,.        ,    I he surface,   A shnlt ...i feet mil i
nit* (iiniiili.in Pacilic people, the prul- ,              ,   .     , .
...                ,.   .              !.. , nail- «n- sunk in inn v I uys, u. oie
lem ol  shortening iheir line mil he .      .      ., ,    ,    •
varying lu  wnlili  hai,  I tool in is
im lie-.   The sli if! ivas dim ii vertically
it) feel,    'llie nl'l'llll'U  I'ml,    I   I nisi I.,
iIn. norlh, owing in Hie fool wall com
ilia;- ill.    Tile "le -pie III   nl    I Illll   ll' pill
mul e.une lu ilie hanging well,  Tlie
.l.isi j,!. Muni-. United Slates iiiiii- fuot wall Is now Inking ii I urn, lieadliig
lllissl 'I'   uf  li-ltelies   ill   Alliskll   llllll   Inwnr.l*  I Iniinel ullii It 1ml |i:rtiiillslv
special lieiisury ageiil, says, in regard run In lieai'lng  iheilv.   The tunnel
lull CCIipilllotl llf  I'llileli Slilli-s let-.    Ill'loW   i-   5   feel li Unites. Iinl ll cell   Illll
rj In lliiii-lt I roups i "Tlie pole perfect walli, iiiiiI tlie iiiiiti'i'lal I liriitt u
ALASKAN   BXCITBHENI  ALL BOSH.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Bouts and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND    IIACONS.
Write fur prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
'WOOXi,   OAXtC^XX,X,   Of  CO.,       .       .       AlHttgTBOAIC
|         ,           -    r 1       ,   r            i'Caol'Viillnti wus  inil I Ilis week ol    islteil   reporl    ulinul   exelleinenl   in nnl I'lllis $8,"*!'i per Inn  io uolil, enpper
LSflUlUK)    C.   LIOy(l"JOIlGS'S''''"'i"li''""l","'i''i:! "'"' ""nl<'nsel"   AliudM, UiHlsh hiizuies nml liuililing nnd silver.  Thu hud) of I he ore lu lhe
" a | iciest l,i | pie  in  Iiii    pari   of lhe  of furls in a illl Imsh,   Tlieiti will he no Inwerli I Is us large its 11 Ililufn
FOP Implements   Waffons   s"'''''   ''   '" "w ,ll,l""lllt't'11 '    '""   li-oilhle, Tl ilienoa il forces lliere, -I leacantl "ill utecii'i' .sliia Inn.
'  the nmer ni insj lnr iif Mii'vo)    excepting kIiiiiiI. H5 Canadian police, The mine is very much linpiovid hy
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.   is now on his way lo Olymphl frninllu i iiiiii  luui.  none  in  Hie head of Hie Hie wink mo plisliedlit Iheluci'eiiscil
j  n    i    ii         j            i leservniiiiii, lullingI'xiiniiued llieenui-l Vuiinii  river lo watch for hlghwai force of men,   The ox|K!rl, Jlr. Bene*
iHOUraild  [Oeil,   Hay ailll |}r.in,| ledwiirkheforelllciinliunnsnows  Hihives  nln.  me  infesllng  He goli ■l.seninuiliv.lli. Il„,i.„i|.e.v|i,ii.il
eoiild  pre .-nl  lis iii-pcciiiin ami up* ninips,   The people up lliere  hill lily lhe inine to my t'lillie sallsfiii'tlou, iu
iuiiv.it.                                              know lliere Is a survey I'liiiuing." thai In-was Ihuiough, going llii'uiigli
Dndcr the (vi'lusiif the cull I'm I.id-                            ... nil llle tvurklngs and going nvei ilie
il llill  he relin liilieicil  llnil   ll in           ROSSLAND TO HAVE TELEGRAPH. surface,    He Is "lllllll his Jul.,' Inil lie
tiacliirs  wero  mil   ri-ipdretl   In have keepsa padlock on ills lougue, uiui nol
their voles written up and Hied hefore    The lliissliind  I'lleelilc   Ughl  uiui nne word could I exliucl friitu Iilm,   I
I,Inn mi ry I, 1850.   They huve hurried  Pun er company has  coinpluled  nr- am snlhillcdjimvevor llmt lieguve thr
k LIOyO"JOnflS|K8lflWn8,1 tlieil'ivork, however, and a largosliiiii'iaugeiiu'lits In pili'dnuu Ilia plu I (Illff all llieif Wits hi ll, ami shuuld llle
nl'ii   lu fact nearly all   is now slated  Hie Doss'nud Light and Waler coin* lepurl pnive niifiiioi'iilili', I uin certiihi
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre,  well improved,
W, DAI.HY.MP1,I'i
G-neral     BlmiliKinUSi
PAIRVIEW, ll.C.
All  Kinds of Repalrlnjr.   Horscsl,oel,i*r n
.Specialty,
to he completed nud reiulyl'iu'exainiuu-
Iion. As a role Hie guvel'llllienl lin
apai lm.-.In mil. hill iy afler lhe culm
pleliun nf it survey, and iu iiiuiiy cases
iu Ihisslnle, il is said. Ihi'cunlriiclors
have H'.iiieil twelve or even eighteen
puny.  The puicliiise price is mil ihiitle It will lie Hie faiill nf lhe mine, mil u(
known, Iul ll is understood lliatllie Mr, Heitedlcl,   Nptikesuiitu-ltcilcw,
new coinpuny has nssiiined all the li;.
hiliticsof l.htioltl company and paid u
lioniis hesiiles,   The negotiations huve
I'uinniiTi'liil joli pHnllug of every di-
scripiiiiiiiliini'iii ihis,.Hie...   Ii'.iicici-
lici'ii jii'iuliug for M'terul days. Finch J sonii hie,   (liveusn ui.i,. THE ADVANCE.
presented than 8p;)kane? The North.
1*111 P.u-iiie, the (Ileal Northern, the 0
•JV. H. NOBIilS, ...I'liui'iiiCTiiKi '!• kit. and the Blirlitigtiill have ac-
Publlsliwl  weekly  at Midway, ll.C.       cess here.   Smelters here could com-
Subscrlptum I'l-i'-e. S2.i«i iiei'.'iinnun,|iii)ii'ilu;ni.te wilh   vigor  fur  lhe  ores of the
lin ililviiliee. eillier yini-ly ur lulK-yeill-l)- nt till- " ,
lOptlon ol tin* siilisciiiii'i'. ; northern camps.   1 lie American ronds
Advertising Ratesaont on application. | wuuld haul in lhe supplies und carry
J.McNICOL
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ll',„■,■,.,,-, oncooiapoiwn-lnoturo will not bo I would he increased, and lhe railroads | J M'WW'W WWWiSJ
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MONDAY, DEi RMBER  2. 1893.
i A cross tu this apace imii-
: elites that your subscription
in ihis paper litis oxptroil,
NAMING OF CLAIMS.
wuuld share iu Hie general prosperily
li Is plain Ihal the changing conditions call for pr pt and vigorous no T'S    Tot
linn.   Already lhe Canadian Pacilic is;
I intrenching itself in Hu* uorlhern districts, lis officials have unuiiuuced
lh"ir dellnil.e purpose nf liuililing early
in 1808, from Rohson In ttossliind, anil
they Iiiiii* furl her iinnoiiuceil ns n
slrnng proliahilily, lhe musl run hm iu
I ISiltlof a. line through ('row's Nest.pass
sk 4.
i'S
Ha Rubber Boots
rs
Hi Manitoba overshcei
W Largest and hest-assouted stock in the ,a,
wi vi]
BOXTTttHM,]® - Tmwx&xbTOTit
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTEL
GI'.ANI) PRADlUt, KETTLE RIVER.
(loud Stock ol
Liquors and Cigars
.   .   .     Good Stabling.
PRICKS REASONABLE,
McLaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SIKH'   I\   CONNEOTION
Stage l.iuvi! ovory Manila., uml   Wednesday
fm Mnrous, VVusli.
'•."■'.-'; iJiii
i-nul.erulile eunfusiun   must   nf ne-1 I"1" U"'' U-h M I|fc,,,ups«f Easl and
.cesslty  spring fun ■ pt'iiclice so I W"»   1(l '"''>'    ! -b llMr Auwri-
'.         ,„,  .!„ ,„  can lines awiikii tu the r own iilerealu,
Jll-i'Vlllenl ill Hie    U'l'Sl'lll   llllll'   lllllilllg .,,,,,,
prospectors, In the n.i.tter of naming   '"7 «'ill liuii when I     heroine ton
 Irii.tvly found liei.BUI.s, If lite ells*   I'""'"'" >'.h'lv" '»-'"•'« »'» *<'	
iloui is not diine away wilh of making """ -''"' 'l'^l"'"'l'"-'tive camps.
.use of a repeliliun of names.   Nuloilly WET AND DRY ORES,
tin  lhe  Ultimo  milling division lull ns'
well  in   lhe  same  camps, it  mny Lei   Oftenlluiesll ucsiliiuhasheennsked
iiiutii-ed ihal properties exist iH'iii'ing umlasofien reiuaiueil unanswered as
it lie same inline. Nnwlhisis imfiil'tll- t„ ,v||(l) c-„nsiiliiies wet aud dry ures,
,11,110, us in future il is hound to lead to I „T|J0 |mi|lj He| H||(] c|n, um .,;, (lfl|j||
.''"iil'usi und   llieiu   is   really   no ,.()|.fusl,d,   (J,.|„.m||j, .jnnl.in,...,,  wei
neeessily uf having uiuie than une j „,.,, is ,„„, ,||t|1 *,.,., .', hij,h pn...,.,ililge
American Eagle or .luuiliu or Duik |„f |eiul m-cuppei, snv III per eenl. and
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il't'inedy tho evil, we wuuld cull the at
iienl ion of prospectors lo the fact thai
'here nre dozens of liaiues, and good
.ones loo, to he selected for instance
■from nulling Ihose given to Bowers,
Let.tiny une think furiiuioinentdiidhu
■will wonder at llie vasl Held furseiec-
l.iun. Hill ing exhausted Ihecatiilngue
lit mimes devoted to the Hor,,I wm id,
nun lo the unu.es ot kings and queens.
wFULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED W
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111 Weal BlanketsA :"
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
T«t3EidLea?*iM.i»,ti a-rad :F3xs..x'X"ii2a»
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SKINS  TANNED  AM)
NICY) I
IU \-/\-/ I—-'  Foil in us ...mi iuu Sit
in nny milling rtlsti-lct.^   To|ll|m,u.,|, ■„ ||1|l(] ,llul a, n|1|, mi| h|
Clipper,   ill-   less   Ihall   ,'i   per   cent, of
either uf Ihese ineluls are dry  o.es.
Siiiellei's ilu uol pay for less Ihall 6 per
MIDWAY, B, C.        I Deer Heads a Specialty
i ners no mu pay lor less tnan 0 per   t tt /v m      I  Tl Tl T TT T! Ill
•ent, of lead, so if there is any line of VT     A  U U     V [j
li'.niie.lli.i.i.ii ism lliispiiinl." llylhis (J   U k) I     Alll^l   1   Jj JJ
Orilors hy Mail Mill Itocolvo
IProinpt, Attention.
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
Kiici. Mini,- i.i Order
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
—0—
Winner of Gold Medal
At Chicago, HI, and Won
First I'l'lze Wherever
Shown,
Pc-t Office Him 105
il will he apparent In those acipuilnted ■
witii   the  tiles   of   um   camps,   how
very sulttthly are lhey hlended for successful I real inenl. us il is n well ki, oul, j j^,] EN'S
j fad Ihal in tin* Boundary creek Camps
.anil licit' iigain wi.l le luilllll a large '   ,,. ()f ,,*,,„ ,. ,|, Sl., ;,„ ion aie exlieuielv
,1'huice.   'Ihi' iKUii.H (iI'K't'nt KtiiLi'onioii j pl.-miful, ai.il tin* aiuounfof the same
,and Kenera'.s and iiulhors mny also lie
drought into play, und if this is not
enough, lino to the different.countries
•of the world and select from among
itlie hundreds anil thousands of names
■given to towns uud cilies, anil lifter
■this, if Hie searcher is nut sutislinl,
iliiitit up ihe rarest relic i.f .he mining
icunip-llic liihle-and (lliu down deep iitatiOflll'y,
lillto its pages, and grasp a inline dissimilar in any now uu record, ami hnv*
'tig made a choice, adopt il, ,-tnil we
sire satisfied you wiil have liecome a
jpuhilc heuefaelioi',
is lieing made n| pan nt liy the development work now taking place
SMELTERS AND RAILROADS.
Let those wlm fail '    ippreciate lh
•i" ,. lidct ill piopurlions In '■' I.iih our
IDWAfiD f. HA1N,
..   DEALER IN   ..
School-Supplies,
-:-      Toy3,     -;-
Cig'ars, To'oacjos,
I.'otions and Patent Med'eines.
ivllDWAY:B. C.
ArcUcs
Conr|bir|atioii     sF|t>e
ai)d boot,
Lumbermen's   I^hIj-
bers,
Snow Excluders,
Three-buckle
VEBIIOBl,   s.   c.
JOYFUL-NEWS
P. H. .1 ill,.
"""">* Ml">' '    l;,i"   Watchis, Clocks am    iwelry.
ai.    ..     ,a-   ,a - J
spactachs and
Silverware.
REPAimaa a specialty.
VERNON, B. C
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.     GERMAN SOCKS and FELT BOOTS
Rough Lumber
From .$10 lo $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $16 to $18
For Thousand.
utile ul lhe niiii.ii'ei in
■ ■   '  or ■ nf iiii.- lin.!.' is view ill ',, ...ic |
.-hieiid couipelilive   lu-elliren I
.across the line,   The action of the t.\
P. H, iu fui'iilshiug railway connniini- i
a'ltlion to the mining camps of liooti-i
nay and Trail, seems In he duly tl| -
Iireciiileil hy our cousins, mid the pi ess |
.ofSpokane iu lhe following mannerI
;suiiiids a noli- of ivnriiiiig In lhe greal [
.corporations  whose  itidvuutugcs, enjoyed fur a lung lime past, seciusuliool -
lulie iiiiili'i'iuinid hy (leiive compeli-j
linn.   Tliat lhe I rude uf the northern
.camps is so  highly valuiil and con-
;siilereil so well  worth computing fill',
-shouldillll us wilh grillitltiilinn, as no
.heller testimonial could lie given to our
•weullh ami wiirih iisii mining country
lllllll llllll   till llisllill   ill   lilt'  tollowillg
■frum lhe Spokesiiiuu-ltevicH :
Sinellers innke it local payroll t Ihei
 Miii.e iiippllisj they draw capital j (TJ.T? A TJr)
In )iin lociil Imnks.   These, however,     *       '' "    ^*
iiirehut minor liciiclits from the opura-
iinn of ihis  industry,   The greulei |
lielielll would How fiuiii lhe impetus!
given lu mining iu ihe adjacent (lis* .    „..
tricls,    l'ru|ieilies  now  idle liecnusi J.    VVrvlvL/,
I heir ores are loo low ill value lu stand
shipineiil   In  distni,I  smelters   could
filler the list of priitluciim mines, This
would pul  nu alcaalile value inlo Ihi'
viii-ious io ii dug camps, and of course (i
I lie iuHiittiie would sunn he felt ill this    TRY       TUSSINE.''     'ti
ci'y. "        '   m
perors,
Rubber boots.
I '
. .relics.
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CHILDREN'S
Arctics.
QKANAGAN  gAWMILL,
mtimii KELOWNA, B. C,
You can now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made   and   finished;    Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
Em. I all other kinds of house   finishings;   Rough  and   Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from  Kettle River  District solicited and prices
furnishi J upi n application to
3Li.   IiESQTSJIBEB, E»^S,OE».
VKRNON, B C,
W. J. MEAKIN
PROPRIETOR
Reservation Trading Co.
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THIS   KOTflLL INJMI3D8 MO SPECIAL Itl'K'OMMI'lN'DA'I'KW
H2T Fii'Ht-iilasfl Ai-eooiiiiiuiuliiui ot llio Sicmiiou- .linictioii Houbb,am
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. IV. WltlUIIT, I'lioe.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
i,i\ (■!'> in Coiinuotioii.
Kirsl "i.',"' accommoclfttloii for Comuiorcial
Tmvollow,
Hunting uinl FiHiiiiiK in abiindanuo ilirough
UitH district.
I'tit-k Hoiiob and Qnldos furnished ti>S|inrih-
[inni on bborUwl noi inn.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOABD
OOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
BOCK CBEER HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK CRKEK.
XX.    Pit.to,nli*lKli,   UXVip.
I'nisT.Ci.Ass Accommodation roe aunsTS,
GOOD STABLING
(arExcolleut Hsliini? on Kettle Itlvcr.J
H. KEYES, Prop.
Good Acconiniodation,
Hest Liquors and Oigurs.
Kirst-t'lass Stiitiliug.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
MANUTACTDUED AT
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im® CHEMIST & DEU88IST|i0uR Sl>LCIA1-TIES
Tills in u spluiirtitlly iliiishcd limiso insido
and out, almost now, with good Bttvblo und out
tiutldliigg, is ccnlnilly located iu the ralloy
and commands a good trade, it.-stands on iiu
own groundn of tWo nml a half aurcH in uxtent,
ami isa (jood invest incut,
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Drugs
Patent nDedicines
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MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
"JTJBILEI-   l''AI(.M,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
Sktr-.-i.^i... ■i:t.arr*.&i, m LaH..>»»,
Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;!BLACKSMITH SHOP
frees Free from Pests. with
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL, THKES,  I'LANTS AND VINES.) COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Send I'm- Free Catalogue.       E. Hutciikkson, Manager
ALSO fl FIRST-CLASS
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if SADDLE HOR0ES
. SINGLE AND DOUBLE DSIVtllS . . BUGGIEO FOR HiRE j
i jvli*J Wcivj Feed ar\d
t)r
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Liivervj  Jicibles
Proprietor.
i.a ....   |i  ,  , ia,.,,a. ,,r   i,     ii <iX Dli'l   Orders   From   the   Lower ffl
I'm Jems tne iiiiuoiuisot iniBioun- .sundSOcperEotti. (JS iW
lay have lieen   mule  indictment  fur i^C         Country   Will    Receive        5?
^iillii'i'iiiK to llio iiiiri'ow policy of ills- ,,ra .„j „,„i sold Only by \M Prompt Attention. ffl
••nillill'lUK I lie i, |ieiiil ion of Muellers 111 'ffl                                                  ffl>
llii-  secliiili.   ll   lias  liien snid ll.nl ■\tt   r\^   ^■t^SiiK!:. ".ft,..   :.','■■•,:.'.:.'.:.
Iheir policy litis lieen tn cany Ilm pro. R..   ]VJ ,     I A I LOR.
iducl   in tlisiniil  Miielleis iii order in
(ua lire llle luui/ liiiiil ut' the me aliil,-
THE DMUGGIST, V-F1NON. unjm.n   ,     .. iiiiiuj .
) il-s. ___ ;  wiwuuim    t. luuiw        y^F*;  TS
IftlicM' iluir«es Imve lieen true-lf • ~~''Si.
Ihu railway ninini«ci-« lime 1 cul ly lua n .
mi.iiiul  in ihnt miiki'shin policy   il
,  .  . .  l'Aii'niia limviix to Maucl's, P-nticton asi) O'l'H-it Points
t*EZ<Kiwxiti&x..r^:2"2^or2^^
■ Thin building i- two storeys nigh ami stands
I on Us own ground of half an aoro in extent and
' is in a coininamUng Inislnoss position,
I'm: Tbums AJ'i'LV th
11, NU'UOLSOa,
Okakaoan Mission
SS rj?pr./jr. fj? fr: fr:.,fi7 fr: fr. ■ rr &. SS sVaVsV&\tL\\i&i$\> <[tsvife$ti\tt\*\ &te\ts\t$\t&ii:V _.ftilt ^Iti1* ^* <i* *>!>
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^IFURNITUREI
SPOKANE FALLS
MARTIN    BROS.
LEADING novsii von
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Ha   Ha   Ha
-ft -ft ts
L1CENS1.VU COUR'l,
must he ei lilelil Mini this tuelluiil lilts
'llltllVl'll ils pni-ilii iiic.a. To lhe laillll
,nl' Spnkniie an eNleiisive iiiitiern] nreil
Is piissiiiK from ihe prtii|)ei-tlti|-sluge
In llie si,ine of active develop it and I
l1""1"1'1 '   sm".l.'i'.-iiii'iu t'Olll'Sli Of    KOTKlRUhoniliyKln  Hi" l-i' sI„k
i'l'i'Ctinli  ul   I mil  uinl Nulsoli, uud it cnurl for lhe auulliern twilni of Ihn Osoyoos
lai'ne plant is  in  uclive iipt'i'iilion aL ntsti-icl, u-lll ho liolil al tlio Dnvoi'nuioiit Ofllou,
I'ilol Hnv on Koiiteiiiiy hike.   The oft s  Isoyooftnn Mnmlay, Hu- Ullli ilm- nf llooombor,
i,l'  th-.HU    Hiei-n  cuinps are   to lle  *"U1°™'°'"'°"k'"'u/HTaMBLY
Healed Hem-ul hand and llie imillll|*l-    (i„v,,,.„ ,,tOflloo,Osoyoos, 11.0.	
•ui'iit of llie Cal,adian  I'iiialia. iiiiii s al   , 	
lu lhe Importance of the mining liuliis-
- ry of West Koiileuuy, liiis entered uu ;
jl vitflllillls pulii V.    ll does nnl |iiii|o.h(.
Io alloiv llie ores i'l' III.il   ill-ill icl III l,e ...^—-
I'lirriiil iliiiiwn.il.-. of iiiii'-* in llu* An,-       WT U       OP COURSfi
rritnn  Miielleis.   Its  pulley   is close
jul-lll tl'i'lllllli'lil, ivlllill. il expeels, will
iiiic il Iiii' liiliK liuul on lhe luillliijj nnd :   BECAUSE —«*
lllsn 111- loiiiuiK.' from sill plies curried      W"■»""oliui-i^PMjecUDiu
' ' It rji't'ti at tlie t-l(tc-CoH\(inience,
NORTHERN RAILWAY g i
c—i is
N -!soni&
S I CHEAPER THAN EVER t
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FortS.,oppardRa.,w,y ^ | -Campbell Bros.-1
ALL RAIL  TO  NELSON,  B. C. S W
**** at
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Only through lino to  Nelson, S"! 3? ^ ' "f, W Vi? ¥ r-^
',„,,,„,„„ i.».   ^ || TWO CARLOADS JOST ARRIVED 1 %
sit
Vernon, B. O.
—: All orders promptly nt tended Un-
Grand Forks, B.C.
and Slocan Points.
ROSSLAND, B. C.
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DO YOU GO HUNTING?
VERNON, B.C.    Si
Daily (except Sunday) between Spu J iiMiiuluiiVitMiMi^i,**  Ki,KitatatatatatKi,atai\itKitat
Kline uud Niirlliporl. : /i> ••><■>••>/.>/•><..•./, wiwiwiwiwi*.   t.i 4,14,1 ft 4,14,1 ft 4.14,14.1 i'S 4'ST'S
Tri-iveelily   lielueeo   Northpoi't   "'"11      ,  , .,.   ,	
NcIbiiii.
IKIIXI, NOIITH GOINfl SOUTH
111.011,111 MARCUS 2.aup,ui.
You will buy a MARLIN.
|ll llle SOII'lU'l'S.
II llie American ronds are lo enjoy
,nai.i. 1 ,,iii|.|.|iiiiui ini' Hie Luui,igeol
(he iiiii'iliei'iix'iiinps, it. will lie nei-es*
...ny I'm' llieni In chanue llieir Imse ul
,,|iei .11..lia      \\'l|ia-e   I.-   il    lielln- I'll-''
I i !.' I -■ iav...Iulu- I 'oni furl.
It luis tlie IU Lu tin Hai itil-Ariiuriicy.
It lia, fcivclt ]..u a   Siiuplii-ity.
.Inni ftiriiomplrtc i-nlulopiiii, (red. Special paclc
uf cant, (or li cuiitB.
THB MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
>CW Ilu, rn, Conn.
ARCUS and MIDWAY
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M,
. .Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. ,\t.
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. M.
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m.
On Tito8ilays,Tliuri(-ays, and Saturdays, train
will run liii'otiKl,tq .Vclmiii.an!vill,-at ,i::.'-ji.iii.
making oloso iniiuiootion ullli lliostttntnor Nr!
s ai (ur Kaslo un.l all In!," tioltits, arriving ul'
Kiialnni 'Mil 11.111. muni- days,   i eluniliig,tins-
RCiigcn will leiive 'like ]i.inl*- mul Xolsnnon   A|-,-i„,,c Mirliuun
Mnri'liiyii.Wo.lii-iiilivysaiiil r'rUays, arriving nl I AlllVes l\ll(UV,iy
Sliiil.iuii. Bftlno lltlV.
Passoiigoiv fnr Kottlo tttvor uml tlouiitlnry
Oroukconnect ut Marcus ivlili stago liiu.v.'
Kur THAI I, ORKRK MINiSS oonneot al
Northport ivlili stage lino (tally. to
Kiii-NiikusiuinillteiiilstiikooniniootatNortl, 1.SIKl IM,  ATTKNTION   UIVBN  TO  MAIL, FIIHKIIIT  ANI) EXPRESS
Jtlt
port willi Innil Weiiimialiivii uml Miliii'iiiiva.
IlllglSlf
XI.   rt.   MOKBISOKT,   PROPRIETOR.
A. D. W0RGAN.
VKHNON, II. I'.
VIEWS OF  IHE DISTRICT FOR  SA1.E.
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIL WAY, B.C.
All Kinds uf Wurk Kxoi'iiluil la the Satis;
Ul'lillll llfljjill.il 11'., METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
Lilt 1(1  Long 118" 50
Altitude. 1,80(1 lent abovo sea level.
V.aiiitnll for week. 222 nt un ilu-li.
I-KlilI'liH'ITim FOI: WEEK   ENDING    DEC   I.
Max. .Min
Nov, 25  'it.:, I.i
"  20  3.5 'ii
" ii  39.5 10.5
"  28  32 21.5
" ffl  35.5 28.5
"  Illl  II ill
Dec.   1  [SI 111
LOCAL, AND DISTINCT.
Mr. II. Wood is huildingH housuon
his ranch on Boundary creek.
A very en|oyali|e daiiee was held in
Pahnerslun hall on Tliursday evening
(American Ttiiinksgivinf-), nlioul 25
couples lieing presenl.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood are now in-
Rtallcd in their new home at Greenwood, and il is reported Mr. Wood is
doing u g I luisiness at his store.
Mr. James Sul lull,,,1,1 is pulling up
a liniise nn his cl,illll, the Spotted
Horse, and will iu lhe future reside
there.  This is close in the town of
(ileenwooil.
The survey of Boundary Fulls having
heen completed, lots arc now un lhe
market al reusoniihle prices, Mr, Me-
('arren of Boundary Fulls and Mr, 0.
A. 11, I.nullify are the owners of the
townsite,
lly lhe past week's mail lhe propria-
t.nrnf this paper received the snd news
of llie painfully siidilciiund unexpected
death nf his mother on lhe evening uf
the llOlli nf October. Tlie cause of death
was in attack of angina pectoris.
There is out much fault to he found
with the country when prospectors can
go out into the mountains ou llie 1st
of December and make minerid locations. One tiling is greatly in their
favor, nnd that is, so far very little
snow has fallen in camps even of the
highest altitude,
Complications are arising with regard lo mineral locations, which will
in llie fid ore entail ji recourse to the
law, We reiterate tho assertion tliat
even now, or at. latest in I lle spring, a
good opening will exist fnr a lawyer at,
Midway, or shall we suy Iwo, for il is
generally conceded liusiness is more
hrisk where lhey locate in pairs,
ll is reported Unit. Mr, Van Ness, the
party who recently purchased 60acres
from Mr. I*. McCallum, adjoining
Grand Forks, intends slutting au opposition loivnsile, The lied Light
ranch was suppused to have heen purchased for a similar purpose, and if
Ihis is also cut, up inlo town lols there
will he luis of lots and very lllile
gl'llllllll lefl In grown,linns andealihiige
u,ii i at (inn I Prairie,
Il is imdersluii'l Hull 0. B. Nelson,
one of Spokane's lending liusiness men,
intends disposing of his interests iu
thai city and removing lo Carson in
(he spring, to ilevole Ilis time and
energy lo llie liuililing up of his in*
lerestsat the latter place, where lle is
now erecting a very commodious
slow, A mail of such business standing will Iki ii welcome acquisition tu
lhe mercantile purl ion of our eoni-
muuily.
Ou Wednesday Insl George Burhank
appeared before VV, H. Norris, J. P.,
iu answer lo a summons that lind heen
issued agaiiisl hishruihcrChurles, whn
was charged witli having concealed
weapons upon Ills person at Boundary
Falls on the 21)1 h October, in the absence of ilie accused, who il was proven
was evading tlie service of lhe sum-
nuiiis, tlie case was proceeded with,
anil lhe brother pleading guilty on bo-
half nf lbe licensed, a tine of $10 and
costs or two weeks' imprisonment was
Imposed,   The line wns paid,
Ou Friday last Mr, 0, A, P.. Lamlily,
Accompanied by Mr. McGowan, came
over from Osoyoos. Mr. McGowan is
judge of lhe court of ie vision and appeal, ami upon arrival here opened the
same tt, hear an appeal from the
Cariboo Milling company, which wus
represented hy Air, II, Nicholson of
Oamp McKinney, This,was tha only
case that came before the court, suit
shows thai people of the district, although lhey may grumble a hit, are
nut altogether dissatisfied wiih their
assessment, as Imposed by our assessor
uml collector, Mr. Lanibly.
Mr. ('. L. Thoiuei returned on Tuesday lasl frum Spokane and reports
ihul the Boundry Oreek mines are
very ninth talked about there, and
will Certainly receive ,i very gienl deal
of attention al ilm hands of moneyed
men who visit that city next spring,
Although Spokane is nol alargeimme}'
centre, u great many min ing men whon re
extensive operators rendezvous lliere.
The fact, thai telllll'ldu has been discovered in Lung Lake cuu,p, seems lo
slrike lhe Spokane people's fancy, and
Ibey wuuld like In change the name ni
the ciunp to Telloride, Iul ihis would
nut do,us the present one of Long
Lake is very appropriate.
0, P'B. Green, P. L. S., is engaged in
laying nut lhe riuul between (iieeii-
Wtiod uiui (ireeuwooil camp, and Mr.
II. Wood is pulling men lo work lu
cut out a sleigh road lhat inay he made
use of Ihis winter, nnd which will be
improved in tbe spring and converted
into a good wagon road, In I his work
the government will render a certain
am,unit of assistance. Gradually but
surely our several mining camps are
being provided with avenues nf com-
nnmication with the outside world,and
nothing that, can he done lhat will as-
fjst the  developinenl.   will   be  con
sidered loo great a burden to Ibe hiisi prisoner was committed mi this also,
ness men of ihe district, providing it | The offender was captured by Con-
lies within their means to carry 11 out. stable Holmes on the Siuillkitiueen,
They have faith iii lhe district's re- near Mr. Luke Gibson's ranch, with
sources and are continually giving ex- snme nf lhe horses in bis possession. A
I'cssiim In the same by the liuililing, good many witnesses were examined,
and there was a large crowd in nt tendance from ftcrots lhe line.
nf roads, bridges, trails, elc.
 4 . 4	
MIXING   XOTKS.
Mr. lirophy of Butte, .Mont., is in
looking over mu' camps, presumably
In the interests uf the Unite and Boston company.
Ml. 0, D'B. Green, one of our local
surveyors, has recently acquired snme
valuable extensions on llie Norlh Fork
of Kellle river, une ui which it is said
adjoins the Seattle claim, fur whieh
Mi-. I!. Clark refused a bond a short
time since nf $60,000,
Alsiut twenty-live men are now at
1 unrk on and artiimd thu Cariboo mine
nt Cainp MelCinuey, und nsaennse-
I qili'iiee quile u hustling ulr pervades
I tin* rniiip. Snme of lhe best average
ure ever laken I'rnm lhe mine is being
run lhrough lhe mill ill. the present
lime.
Mr, It, (1. Sidley has tlm len nl
wurk on lhe Anarchist claim. Camp
Mi-Kimiey, and Intends keeping a force
of men al work on lhe claim for Ihe
balance of the winter, Al ihebnitoui
of the shaft, wliieli is nuw down about
30 leet, free gold is visible in lhe rock.
A mill test of ore taken from Ihis claim
gave very satisfactory results.
Il is expeeled a force nf men will he
pul lo work on lbe claims recently
bunded iu the Greenwood camp—the
Knnh Hill nnd Old Ironsides, and it is
greatly to be hoped thatsuch will bethe
case, for nol lung will bnve such a tendency In induce capitalists to invest in
mil' mines, as the proving of Ihose
prospects (hat have already changed
hands, providing lhey turn oul well.
 --►•-.	
GRAND Pit Al KIR NOTES.
1). MeCnrren has gone nil a business
trip tu Spokane.
Luts in the Carson townsiteare heing
freely disposed of.
Mrs. Ii. Clark left for Spokane lbe
past week und intends spending the
winter there.
0. H. Nelson's store at Carson will
soon he completed, as lie bus a large
force of men al woi'K,
Grand Forks luis are finding a ready
market, and buildings are springing up
in spile nf the recent cold weather,
Ml'. Jos. Ward's lime kilns* ure In he
enlarged from a rapacity of (13 to 125
j liar,-els per week, lo accommodate the
I increasing trade.
I   The sawmill, which has recently been
moved   from  Ils   old site  lo  Grand
Forks, will he busy turning out Inm-
. her in a few days.
[   A had iiceidaiil happened a few days
agn I o Mr. T. Newhy, who, whilst en-
j gaged in boiling food hi a large vat in
some way slipped and fell inlo il, wilh
the lesullof having one leg severely
scalded.
On Tii.'inksgiving evening a mosl successful cnncert-surial was held in tile
cliiircli at Grand Prairie,   Songs, reel*
| tatinns and duels having been freely
rendered for Iwo hours, anil, judged by! fully yours
lhe approval of the audience, greatly
appreciated, Auiorg Ihose taking part i
were Mr.   Sutherland,   lbe   Messrs.
j Ward, Miss McLaren, Miss Spencer,'
j Miss Pal,in and others,   Mr. A. Prater
; furnished the audience willi a humor- ■
oua  speech  whicli was  greatly ap-1.   _
1 planded,  At 10 p, „,. a sumptuous re* | 'n '°^s
past was spread by the ladies, which |
consisted of the customary thanksgiving turkey and other good things, lu
which all did ample justice. The supper being disposed nf iheri,' were provided  candies and  fun   for Hie little
ones and pleasaul and social entertainment for the elders, Befure dispersing,
a ceremony wliieli was attended with!
deep regrets hy all, it was generally
conceded that never befure had such a
thoroughly social uml enjoyable even
ing been spent by Ihose present, ami   GoOtl  GoodS
(lie hope was evpressed Hint soon they
might illl ineet again.   Hearty praise
was due to ull those (especially   llu
ladies) for the great effort put lia Hi I
make the entei'tiilntiieul lhe success it
proved In he, nnd Ihis it was, as will lie
seen when it is slnled the result  was
the dropping of $57.60 into the church
colters,
DEMAND FOR PRODUCE IN THE SOUTH.
A dispatch to tlie Spokesman-Review .rom Keltic Falls, Wash., says:
"Shipments of all kinds uf vegetables
continue brisk lo tlie mining camps to
Ihe norlh. Mr. Reynolds i.s shipping
Hum' by rail and bunt. Then' is a
gnnd demand for lings and poultry,
"Tbe advice of lhe Spokesman-Review lias lieen followed by many funnel's ulnug Hie Coininhiii, whn lll-u now
raising everything fur which the soil
is adapted. Tiny cannot supply lbe
demand for the nrtlcles lhey do raise
nn account of Ihe increased consumption iq, norlh."
The foregoing represents a snrry
stnleof alUairs suiely, for on this side
we have mil' farmers without any pro.
dure, and yel bemoaning the want of
a market, unit un Ihe oilier side of Hie
line we Ihul ihe fiii'iueis bemoaning
Hie fuel Ibal lhey have too much market III our Hurt 1,em mining camps ami
nothing In supply il wilh. Surely no
heller object lesson .should be needed
Huin ihis, in stimulate our home ranchers lo renewed energy, and un endeavor lo supply u market which holds
out, to then, such splendid opportunities to obtain thi' wherewithal to raise
Hie mortgages on Iheir land ami place
them in an independent position. And
in the meantime, who suffers?
DIBECTOEY OF ADTEBTIS1S.
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
Antl Intended us n Ready
Reference for the Busy Ones
BOUNDARY FALLS
4
DfflECTORY.
D W. JAKE8, M. II.. CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RiVIR
DISTRICT,
OFFICE      : :      BOUNDARY FAIIS.
ARMSTRONG.
H.Keycfl IniiBtrotig Hotel
N. .Mi l,cml Hu-.li ami Door Kiwit
Carglli&Co   Uonoral Morclianjd
BENVOULIN.
D. Nicholson  Bonvoullii Hotel
BOUNDARY   FALLS.
I T. Hardy Boundary Kalis Hotel
Coryoll, .1. A Civil Engineer
, Jakes, It. \V Physician nml Surgeon
| Kerr Hr<m Uul cli or
Heudell, (j. A General Morchanl
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Bha(fortl 6 Co (1 nil Mrrrliiiiits
FAIRVIEW.
| Dalryninlc, VV Oonoral Dliiuksinltli
i Elliot,'!'	
Sliursoii, II. (I
; Slialforil&Co
| Rproulo,U, II.
5 BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Dillerent Stage Lines.   To
Troubli    ■ Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors anil Ci.ws
lijjj Sli'ilij
A CARD.
To the Boundary Creek nnd
Kettlo River .Miners nnd Residents Generally!
(IKUKTINO,—We lice: to make the
announcement that we have opened
a general store at the new town of
(Jreeotviiiid on llouudary creek, where
we have on hand and dally arriving a
large slock of general merchandise.
In solicit ing ii share ,if your patronage, we do so feeling confident thai if
you will cnl rust us wilh ynur favors,
we shall lm equally and mutually benefitted,
Many years' experience iu oilier
purls of the province hns cnn-
vineed us lhat Ibe public generally
would much prefer lu do liusiness upon
a rash basis, providing the price of
goods is consistent Willi Ihis system.
Feeling confident that such is tlie rase,
we beg In say that we have adopted
this method of doing business, viz,,
either for cash or trade, and in dniug
sn ive believe we nre acting in the besl
inlcrests nf our customers.
An inspection of our slock and nn
enquiry as In prices will convince all
Ihal. such is the case.
In conclusion, we would say lhat
every opportunity will be embraced by
us to foster uud render assistance iu
lhe developinenl of llie Hell mining
and agricultural resources of this
section.
Thanking ynu in anticipation for
your ninny favors, we remain respeet-
 tii'iii'i'ul Morchanl
ll'ililen Hutu lintel
 lil'IIITUl.MlTl'lllllllS
 (leiieinl Itliiilisiiiilli
Bliootiaii.-ooi-goJ I'
GREENWOOD
Willi', ll.&fii tleui'l'ill Mi'l-elllinli
GRAND  FORKS
Louis	
Millar, M Koltlo Illver Slraji
Shupsou, (I. K Baivinlll
Ward, .1 llriek mul Llino
GRAND PRAIRIE
MoLaron BroB ....Grand l-mirl
Nelson, 1'. ii Rosorvatiod Trading i to
KELOWNA
Lequime & liloyd-Joncs Implement Agcnla
Lerjuinio Urns. & Co Gonoral Moruhunts
Lcqiiimo, L Okanngan Sawmill
LADNERS
Hutcliorson, H3 Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Mnritnil, L ItiitnVJIiirn link'
MIDWAY
Coryell, J. A Civil Knglnoor
I (iuesH, Harry A Assaycr
; Jliiiin. .1. A Mining Emjliieor
Haiti, Bdwnnl A Stationer, Kte
Ingi'im, M Kood and Livery Stable
Kit" Urus   liutcliiTs
Loqulmo& I'lnvert* sawmill
McNicol, .1 General Morclianl
i Mo.lulay& Lund/ UjimduryHotel
| McIMitl'.l) Blacksmith
I Norris, \V. Ii Agent Midway TownsUo
j Hood, .1. W  Watchmaker and Jeweler
PENTICTON
1 Rproulo, A. u KxprcsHnnd Rtago line
Thurbor, J I'ontleton Hotel
Walker, II... I'ciuiciun Livory and Halo Siablo
ROOK  CREEX
Conklo & lliniuli! Teamsters nnil rVolgbtors
Plttoiulrlgli, II liuck Cruok Hotel
SPOKANE
Gonoways & Me A vlnoy Nursery
Spokane falls and N't I'thxni Itailway	
VERNON
Armstrong, \\'.,l I lard ware Merchant
Hank ni' Montreal.. ll. A. Honderaon, M gr
Hilling.--, Krai...
Camp-boll Bros.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
™m""' 'Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
■ml Mrreliiiius i \ -;.■-,--. STOCK UP
KS
c=r8;rs Grroearies, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete,
ORDERS TAKEN FOR AU, KIMis OF
,,,,,, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF   .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
I P EAD
a.i. A \. .pfir"""**
ft
HS. THAT
ft    "**  **-_sa»r.
•P -Will si-rut* tuyiiu il
ft
f
MARK - LEARN!
T
T
..CASH OR TRADE $
e very I insl bargains in all lines uf -       *jj
. GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . . |
ani, •;;$
ll mEasnisssiS" - STJip^XniBs ll
^j AT rilfi UIIKHNWOOD STORK, UOUNDAUY CllKEK, I). U] Vt,
£i, I?. WOOD ,V CO.   |j
4 \ /d> /iV /^v >/|V cr|> /.>> /j,** //(V ffi ■r'^V -ffV <i% *r|V <i\ -fj> »|V * i> /(\ •*"■,*» *^i> /jV rj, /|S ¥^\ /^\
CONKLE& DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
R. WOOD k CO.
Greenwood, Boiinrtni'y Creek,B. ('.
Books . . .
■  Fancy Goods . . .
*  >  .  Notions, Etc.
    . ..Hiirrf-iier i '
 I- Kiii'iiilni'e j "
Cochrane, W. M Solicitor
Cm well, T. ]■;  Contractor and Hulldor
Costorton, ('. K CoinmiBsloii anil Insiiranee ■
Coryell, ,1 A Civil Engltieor
Costorton, C K Commission andlnsnrnnco j
Donaldson, J. K C'liomlst and Driitfgisl I
Htm'       D  ..Livery Feed antl Sulo Slaltlc      ^	
Um ri,lrt0» ^""i-and Keed |        ^^  f|.0||)  penl|etn|| tn (•;„„,, MrKinncv,   Kn.k   Creek,   Mi.lwav Klld
Jae .new, i iV'Hl'iin ikor anil Jeweler „        , ,, ,, , -     ■ ,        ., .mi
KV,,yj,v      u .,,. civil Knffliioor Boundary Falls, two cents per pound for two tons or under.   Mareus tnMI.!«
l.r imer, I*, ii     .Clvi Rn [im . u    i   .y.-r way, the same mti'.   Murciis to Qmnd Pmirie ono eenl por pound.
j Martin Bros     Hardware
j Meakin, W.J.    - tOUem.il  § '
j \lyer, K. A  Vornon I'rl' iti - illegi
: Murphy and b'aulkiior     VI. torln Motel,
' Nlohollos and Itonouf Agrionll    ■' Imp,
O Noftl and Dowillo    Soila Wnler Woi ki
; I'liiind, W, (' Taxlderiulal ; ^- *—v ^ - y-vt-r-r-     tti-h    r>       r ir     i tttittitt
Slinlfiiriliinill',, " >« ■ - fl^ T\T C\\U IA VQ   Pt    ',\!l,- A V T T\T f-. V
Shatford, S, A...
Stniili mul Ckii'hi
Taylor,R.N. ,.,
VVilltaais, Qoruiil
VN'oi'gna, A. I,..
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
GENOWaYS & McAVINE1'
..   ,,Oonoral Moi-cliaii.6
Ifry (iiiodsand Millinery   	
 Vermin Sawmill'
...chomiHtamtDi-uggiflt Wholesale and Retail Lv.
..I'liysieian aiidSiirgoon
 Photographer,
MISCELLANEOUS
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Kit
T'S
, Canadian Hand Drill Co Shorbrooko, Quo
Marlin Fire Anns Co New Haven, Con
| Morrison, B. It. Mnmiiand Midway stago
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
XMAS CARDS. . .j'TUSSINE'
IX (1UI5AT VARIETY
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
SPO K A N E   FA I. I.S.
I'. (). Ilox 58a. U'lishiii-alini
THK IlKST IIKMKIlV Ktllt
Si
4.1
H.i
4.1
Plenty of Them
and Low Prices at
> Smith Bros, Book Store
VERNON, B. C.
I-IUIUU)
KTl'., KTI',1
Prepared  From   the   Original
Formula Only by
R. N. TAYLOR, THE DRUGGIST,
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Cortiflcato  of   ImprovoinuntH,
ANOTHER IN Tlltl TOILS.
llni'M' iiiiiI iiillli' I hirers n.c Nulling
in their cuni iiiiii ihi' giiviii'iiinoiil huve
very uffleii'iit (iUU-iiis iu iliis purl, ul'
llie ,-niilii iy" lhe ri'sull iil'ivliiili i.s Hint
I'vi'i'y nnw nnil then u ncu' culprit is
lil'iillglll lu juulii'c. (In Wi'duisiliiv
Insl it ihiiii liy the nana' uf Tlieoiliirt1
lliiulll wus Iii'iiiikIiI. Iicl'iiic II. (I. r3icl-
ley, J. P,, charged ivilh tin less than
fuur or live nll'ciisi'S, tho Iirsl. of which
IVII8t.hu bl'lll|{lu|{ uf slnlcn prupi'i-ly
intu (Iftnailii, Cuustahlo Guppage
acted us pruseciitui', Mr, Kritget', cnn-
lunis iilllci'r at Osuynus, lirulight u
charge against the sninc in;,,, uf smuggling, which was heard and runninded,
in wiih iilsu the charge uf J, Jiitld, of
I.nniiiisliin, Wash., for the stealing of
18 head (if hnrscs. 'Ihe charge laid
against, lhe pri-oner hy ti, H, Wood
fur stealing a mule was then gone
into, nud ui,nu (he evidence produced
he was committed* in stand his trial at
the next, cuurt uf assize al Kiiuilnups.
The charge nf .1. Mitchell uf (Jonco
nuliy against linulli for Ihu stealing nf
a lii'uwn hni'se wns also hearil and llu*
msroTxoxi-
Kt. I,.i,vii|.:nci: Minhiiii. Claim,
Simula Iii l'nil tail I'ihiiii, Kottlo lllii.!' Milling
lilvl-l (Villi' HiHlrlii. II. I'.
TAKK XIITH'Klliiil wr, IIiiIiitI Wimil, fri'i'
minor's oorllltailo Nn. nun. uml .1. IV.
liniiii Wood, Iitii ml .- I'lirliili'iili', IIIKIi. In*
li'lul.aixll iln.VH ti-iiin Ilia ililic lioroof tiinii|ilv
Inilu' linlil ( nMonor (nr il i'1'i'ilili'iiii'nr
lni|iri'i'i.|ni.nla. lm'Um puriiORO nf ntitalnlliff a
oroivn (rratil nf tlio abovo uinliiii
Ami l'lii'ilu'r lako uotloo. ilmi rulvomooliiinii,
iiiii-I In- sail tu lliu (Iniil ('inuliilsaliiiu']' nnil
action i-iiiiuni'iuTit boforo tlio Imuiniioo nl suoii
I'l'i'llllriilu uf iiniiriiVdnu'iilH.
Iiiitul Llild Ulli ilur ul Novoinbor, Iffli.       12
MINERAL ACT.
Oortlflouto   of  Improveiiient-,
HTOTIOE.
JACK III' Sl'AIIKH MIMUtll, I'l.UM,
Siliuitiiiii lliut'iiiitriil Camp, Kettlo lilvor Miu-
Iiii; Division uf Vulu llislriut.
TAKK NOTI-K tlml wr, Uiiliurt Winnl, freo
iiiini'i's i-i'i'lilli'iilii No, lllllll, nml .1. IV.
IIukIi W'lnil, friai minora oortllloitoNo. 1I0D5,
 i Fi-iink (limn., fri'i' minor's cortlllorto Nn.
.-.iiK.i. Intonil, rixli days from Ilia daleliaroof.to
niijily inilu:(iniiluointnisaionorforuoortlllonlo
i.f hniirot'omonts, fnr tbo purpoaoof obiaiuinga
Crown Ki'iuii uf tliu abovo claim.
And furllii'i- iiiliu notico, Mini ailvorso clniins
iniiKt tu1 sont tn Ma- tlulil Cuiiunlsaliiiu'r unit
action I'liinnii ni-i'il boforo tliu bstlilnco i.f Btti'li
cortiflcato of imnrovoinoiits,
iluli'il Ills flllli ilnj uf Xuunilirl-, IWi,
VKHNON, I'. (',
Hit' 'it, renin uml iurints iii'i" bottle,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
All Work WuiTiiuti'il.    nii-iiui
KERI-J BI-.OS,,
BUTCHEI-iS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Moat dollvorod at Hock Crook nnd all the
Mining Camps*.
iS,|VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, pnopm.Tone.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ging'er Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cieam Soda,
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawborry, Ornnye,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lornon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
Dissolution of Partnership.
j The jiuriiH'i'slilii bontoforo oxlsllng botwoon
; Angus K. Stuart mul William II. Norris, under
tlio Ili-in ililc.iifsiiiui'i mul Norris, Midway, ll.
('., wiw liy mutual I'liiisinil [llssolvott mi Ilm
twolfth (Iny uf Novoinbor, IHU. Unlillllliu wi.l
lm iissunu'll iillil ussrtsiif Ihu niilii llrili oollootCll
i by tliu unilcrsiiiiinl.
wti.i.iAM ii. Nonius,
I   Midway, I'-'Hi Novoinbor, l*H0,
The Canadian, Rand Drill Co.,
Milium.uoui;, (iURWKO,
Manufacturers of
HOCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In AEI Particulars the Best
Speela! Coini'i'cs-
snr\s driven by
PELT0N      WATEH
WHEEL
inoiintcd direct up*
oiicraiik-iluift, es.-
peeiallyaduptedloi1
nUllzin/; lhe powcp
ot mountain Men im
as shown in  llkib*
Initlon.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. PROVINCIAL MJGGE'S.
The i-haft uu thu la- H"i mine Rnss.
lllllll is down lllil|V|.|.i!llll lllr Oll'lllkoll
li lhe l.nil.an is Ihu highest grade
>cl l'l.iiinl in tli" u.inc.   Willi tbeex-
ci'ptiiin uf ilia Slocan Slur, in Si,.can
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   ol' Improvements.
Br-vjcjccj-i.
The WmsiPKu i'i.-im.
Situnte in Greenwood Camp,   Kettle River
"-£-.-«& »alfc«S&a">m,J--i~ *S--*"-*-U-/—-I* __-t
V E Iv' N on.
district, the I* ii,i ia i„,w ,a,."„a,n,,      ,'"'l'l;"i::'                 '■' "•'•       The* Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
I'm. greatest  depth  nl' uuy mint'  in  TAKh N0TI  Etl"" '  ud *
Mr
;a.l. iuii-iiii,
S. A. SHATFORD STOVES! STOVES!
!
Kiinlcil'iv     Nelson Tribune alMnliiiafrinii l'„ .In . 1, i*. I. ai;,|,|..i aiilir IV   l)].l[.'^C (',001)*^ wu iinvi-.111 iiiliiu.'lliic ilssiil'tlllciit  will, ol1 Hie Lulus! Trim-
Hutu l-iitlll,.Miilicrf.l-,i a.;', 'I.ail.i.li!.i|i!'.ili'- '•*   '    lu"                  "'         IlllllgS to IllMch.
Wiirl rn. .ea fmin Now llciivi'i' llnil '"""'■• ''"'<'' put."1? "' "'l!ili 8 " Umwii I \* \i 11 I  I V I." I,' V tvo»rosurewocn„iilc,woi-ou,a«woliavoa_nitolns>iiillllnOT,aiid
WilliI in.     -lllllll   .Mil  Ullli.i              _„ (M1|I!|l, u,1|)lni| [IM   AllLLliM'.l\l   ,,,,,!.ivi,v,,.||h,,|il,;,,li,,lli,a,.B,,,,,|a,,l,,,.i..|.sli,.v..|.|li!|i.l-i.|l|.ni-.|i.f
,1 iilm A I iui-li lia- ul   ! isl   .' il   linld nl Ami further take iiolici; thai ndvcnw claim- -.,,,,   nnrrruii/rn ,,i i»ni i-mo nvnnrlniii'i. m Hn- Inuiinnss and n uorfool
_r   ;..     a.      o i. in fi.fl ?%^^3!flSrP&%R 0UR DRESSMAKERiSKS^
........,.. 1 .].,, ..,;;i         , ; ,    .    .  t ,,.,;; eato of imuroveiii nt*. Ucinembor wo carry everything tlml a lady requires, and can nave you money if you send your
gHIHIIU IU ll   W Hi [J.tlJ   llllll    ( 1          I'  I   'in .     . .,'     ,...,.., .-                      ,,,,-         ,,..                  i,...          ,:,..,.\  ., ,1 1 I „,,..! I                                Tt'inio I ' tun   .Vim-  llu in.it , .
hi.-. I'Mjii'inhitiii's in the Hluriui,   Thu
mitHli lliu Oili tlaj 'IN ivcmber, I8P5.     (UJ
ordors to ub. Head one to-day and bo oonvinuud*
TkhUS UA8II With OBDElt,*) j
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
pound is situati! mi Ten-mile creek,
au I ia tin* iuu i'lniiii- Iiiul he recently
Unnih'il fiuiii Kirkt, uml a,ul.McK inm ui.
Oortlflctlt-   ol    Improvement-.
Ilm expert etiipluyi'd liy IheLlllnuel,
Friiser 1'iicr.uul Ciiriliii.i(lulil Fields,! KrO-JIOH.
limited, is ti mn New  York, and Ida Tins liuiK llnuu: Miskii.il (.'I.UM,
uniiu1 is I! 'iirilicl.   He has examined  Sltimto la Skylark (lamp, Kulllo lilvor Mining
Iiu- CiilV uial Sl.  Klin,, Ciu.-iiliilnlcd     Wvli I Weill riot, B. IJ.
milieu ut Itin-tliinil. Inil ii in mil known T^,Nj°|S|*"c' ilVWlai^d's'Tl
ivltiil his Iepiii'l will he,   Hi'issnldin am TruauliiMiututawlfjuiipniy^iau _olii  Write fol* Prices to
) «1 ""' m ' '•>"•'""' ffiiffi^jS^f^g^
rump in general.   -Nelson I'rihillic, Ibon mvc claim,
A Uriliurlukonnlln .ilia n'vorso cli ■
The ..ew bout,>f the I'.* K.S.N.  -,1^.^
•(III., 11,III'   liaIllU   1.Illll    III,   Nelson, wiil   alio uf Improvements,
....       ,   i      ,.,       ,     I uinl Ililu'JVnil :. ■ nl October, I"1'..
I nl, It la said,  l,c  I.'illllclli'd  lllllll IK-xl
spring.   -\ll Illl! machinery exeepl lhe
linili'i- is in place.  The hull is painted
nnd is sheailicil with nl.ol.   Musl nf
Ihe joiner work in lhe rnhins is coin- Certificate   of  Improvement!)
Iili'k'd,   Thi' iiialiaial tin llu- new hniil
In lie liuill nt Nukir-p curly mail  year
JillshiH'd iirdcriil.
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, p tints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
., ,. goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
N. MclEOD,
Armstrong, b. c CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory, j
\l,l. KINDS OF
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on lho Premises and Kept in Stock.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES1
ft'.Stii'£Wi£'i^i
SfOTXCB.
Tin: Connies MiNl'll.'.*. I'L.iiM.
HORSES boarded by
week or month.
Box stails if de-
unii ('.iiiiii, Kottlo Itivor Mining      sired.
T'lie  Ciiliini-I's   IliiticiiilV   cniTcs-l   tllvlsionof Yalo District,]). (-'. 1
liunileii! gives a pi'iictlfiil illustration T*A.KE N'"'lrl: """ vvc'' "!'."'' <'• Adam*,       -i*******"*' I
„    ,                  ,'              ,. V  freo minors iiiuil i-uu. Nn. tma, anil ra
nl   the remits nl  the rrcdil sysliun, imbortllno, free miners cortillcato No.ST010,1 HORSES   broken to fi-
,,1,1.1, :c , , : , ,i ,,,    ,,„i,   .,,,  ..i,,,i lull Illl, tvtttltll * i x I v days fi'inn Ilm iliilc lieri'iit.       i                      i   i -
iiinil, ,s | uu Haul iii -ml, un c-\i'-iil  n,!,,,,,!, |,lu,iiiiii,tr,liii;,ii.si.,iii.i.f,,|.|i,.,.|.-,iii-! harness, and hor- ,,i
liy British (.'olmulilii inerchai Is,   He | onto nf linprovoinoiils, for Um purpose of oh* SPc nn,| ,,o|,|(, enlH  s
,,., . ,.  . tabling a drown grant of ihoabovo claim, .ii
says;      llwn*  is a innil   living on     ,\i,u further toko nniioo Hint ndiM-sri'li -
Grouse  creek   who  used   In   keep   in. | •"«?' '"-' "''"' l0, ,"',0 lli',,i"1! Iteeunlc-i*.nnd
1        action coauncinjoil bcfiiro tbo lsHiauico uf suoli
general    sliil p.    Now,  ticiirly nil  he cortillcato iiflniprnvemcnls,
l.ei'ps is a  sel   nf  hooks  Willi $04,000    1'ahitl this 8th day of Aagast, IM, ' DEALER in hay and  ':
luui ilftii-t on llii'in." '~ "~"  i    grain;  wholesale";
and retail.
m 5iiA0le Drivers
0
0
Double Drivers  .
D    Saddle JH.orses
W. J. ARMSTRONG
•vrsinisroN-. x*. o.
on comni
,1-lBI-HIIIHIII I
issioii.
' !       .    .....    .     .    .
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,   33.  O
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
A
sni.K AQENT- I'nil
NOTICE.
Dissolution ol 1'ai't i,;.,-si,i|i.
The nsl cslns Iinl al Troul Idike luis,
;iiii',i!'|ed ctiusidt'iitlilu iit.lention I'i'iini
Hillside, and several letlers uf iuqiiiiy
Ini,. li'iai ri'i'i'ived fi mn parlies tie-:
,..       , ., -|.|.,.     I   N'otioo 1blicblty alvoa LIiiil llu- nai'tnerslit
s runs of hives iii I uu la iiussili   . uw, . .   ■  , ,, „        , ,,
!-      ' licrctoforo oKbtlnu belwcr.li All Pnyo ami Aln
'lhe discovery was made too Idle ill the [tuck |,n, n,|s ,jav i,,.,,,, Aiwoiral liy miilnii
•a-iisuu lu iieriuii nf work luting done consent. Otitsliinitlni' iieconnts will lie n
.nn il Ihis j ear, I ill Ihe owners Intend colvoilmiiliilliloblspiililliytlionciy Arm.
.npi'iiiiii; it ii|i ns mam as possihlu next
u
All I.KM AMI AII.M lilll-K.
ALL KINDS of hea\ ■
teaming allendi .
CORNER Missioi i nd
Tronson streets.
Hock Crook, Nov. Id, ISII5.
NOTICE,
llOleluiy HUHI. I **pHIRTY DAY- from tlnlo ivo, llr Hurler-   '
The Uuuiiliiin Pui'llic nenplB are ill n   l  slguctl, Intond uiiplyinB In tbo Airslstaal  1
I !1«
islii 15 V
'...
it
Man. iihiu ,i liini ship,,,cnl will he
innde. lOxpert iipiuion hns lieen oh-
liiiucil ii|Uin M'vi'i'id samples and il. is
|>rimu>u11, eel „f a very high grade.—
Kuiiteiiiiv .Mail,
,. i i    ,    ,,     ,      ,, ssi.iiiiiui i.iiii,..-iiii.i ,i ..iLi-iii ,i iirmiEii | al S.I
«U'.W.    Ilievhiive learned thai  I'. A. tow.08|rac, -or„,oll U|0 ft,UoWln«duwrlUeil
ileinze  and   Ins  nssnciilti'S, Who  nre „,,,, ,lf |I1TI,1; (.,„„„„,,,.iw„i „ a.„,( „im[ j    |    ;  ■
iiui'ding lhe sniullei' nl Trail, huve pur mm bail mllo (rum llio inuulb uf I.ml. i ic la.
-•luisi'tl rails, euj'iiii's, I'lmahi's nnd Hal "i"1 n"llli"K Il*m™ ™f; "1"' n,il''-ll" " ; -s ""ll |
Qerxtle double drivers
Brantford 1 Binders i and W Mowers
Qerxtle sirxgle drivers.. ra«Bpr.wnwiuiiKiT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs. Harrows &c„ &c.
VVAUKHOTJSK AT Vl'llf l)X.
G. F. OofsiieiarfcoaaL, j&LjgGxiLij.
V/   SARDN iR    ■
 fl__^ BAN ^MONTREAL
■)
uer\
tie saddle Horses'
St,     1
ft
'■'■■ I       -a   |     '     i|     '-   l     '     I    -|i
■!'   !r if! lift aliil iitii ■:■ i i'l.-   .   ■'■■■ -i
n
* a|a (13 Si il I
i
H.i
4S
. HI li!
jiiiil Imx nils fur a iinri'iiw gunge rail
onciiitlo, tliouco weal one mi c, lbe
 mile lu ilm point uf coiiiiiicacomciit.
way from Trail lo Ilnssland.   lneniu-j W. T. TlKlM I'fiOX
(eriiil iss.iid tu,iii* nn 111. way, nn.l llie JOHN WEI'.I,
Work nf eiilisll'l! llillg llie inad ia III lie      Miilw.i), (l.-l. Ill, Illli.
4!iiiiimeni't'il al i,nee.   The I'oitd niil lie  "
/'iiii u  iniies lung sa as In nive an   M0'"1'111 T,1','';'" «;Vf,» ,ll'.lvl, ll'il;lj ,,">'s!"
IN    1.-.IUI ililii' I, l,...|vi.a Iilm!, .nli'n.l Iiiu|.|i V   MX
ivisy grade.   1'his dues  mil  mil  llie tu ih-iriitfi.ii„ii:iil».il.morof 1,-iu.tsand Wurks 'it
fnr a lii'ia.sa 1.nail uml cnlTV iimiiv liaili-.'i' from
Ilm f.illniviun ili'srii'ii'il lulu's:
Hcglaiitiigntiipost nn ilm mist bank i f Hi. . .
N'i.i-iii Korkuf Kottlorlvor,nb iitliiiiilisiinrlb 1
nl Lynch crook, mul I'liniiliiB Ihcnco nurlli UO lis
cbuliis ntonit Hr bunk of llio river,ensl 'HI "!'
! chains, Boiitliliocbiiiits, ivost 30chains, inure tn1 ■-•'—
The Priivince, iu a recent issue, com-; [,"*'"'',"?'",'"' W""1!'8' "S™,'""'■" nl,;f''
tho wost oiitiK iu llu' rlvor I'm clianis, iveull- ,
inditing nu I he iiinke-up uf I he present.. chains, north 100 chains, east :n cbiiins. mnro or. V
iKivcmment, Buys: "Tliu ai-p.iKuit! cif ,^:-l^'|'.1^<,f 1,DB*,',,t,,s-cnl "«Mm 11
_;■ las. o    Jc1 aa tt a:: ul- o
I'
i
il
it
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
| SIR DONALD A. SMITH, I'rcs.     HON. GKO. E. DHL'JIMONI), Vioe-Pni
K. ti. OLOUSTON, (IKNKIIAI. Manaoer
Sj&.'V^.eJG-S  BRANCH,
hat::ok inteiiest at hiiksknt ;tj per cent,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
sit
., ,,-*    • 1   a       '      1i i IK Brandies in London, Eng., Now Turk nnd Chicago, nnd in fill the principal oltl* •
I Railway, Mining and Agricultural 1    ln(-"?»«-^„,^
Centre of the Kettle River
H
*i' iiiiuli.'in Pitt'ilic, niidOeiii'l'UlSupi'i'lii-
leiulenl Aliliill i.f lhe 1'iuillc divioiun
hus visited Knuli nny and S|it,killiu In
learn whnl Mr. Ileinze nunns,
iT
Country.
t
Mr, Davie 1.-1*1 a ureal lilaiik ill the
.(iliincl which lhe giivermneiil. has uul.
lu en nhle In supply, Mr, Davie's
j'eslgmil Inn and Mr. Vermin's defeal
litre the lirst. signs uf u change which
will shortly r e in Hie old tmlur iji
tilings',    iiefure very lung we  confl.
Alan llOKllllllllg III.II pail! Illl Illl'  ll'OSl   bunk i.f I a|
tin-same i-ivi'i', ii'uuit four miles north of Lynch | * ?
crook, iiiul I'luinlng thonco nurlli mi eliniuslast
iiliuiK tho bank oi tbo river,ensl unchains, Jj!
siiiitn 8(1 elittttis, west mi chains, moro or less, lo -^k-
|i iinl ul bouiuiilnir, containing itO acres, i 'it    [i
ai'lia-a LEWIS IIIND.      M
Kotllo l.iv.'i', iiiii Novoinbor, ISM,
tll'iligs.    lieliire very lung we  etuitl*   vrOTK'E Is hereby given Ihal 110 days after jnf
.«I,.»ilv evneet in see llu* liriuik  i f' 1'   dale I, I olioft Wood, liilciitl to ii|iply In 4ft
-linlil ixpcitln hie  il i,IK up 'U   ti,0 chief t: iniasiiiii.T nf Units anil Works Iff
Ilia c'iiiui. nf filll -e holders which fm* torulleonuotocutnmlfurrynwuy tinilicctii.ni -.h -|i.'iiiid*iiii!'*)
,     '. ,    .,   ,    ....        .,.        tliofolluwlngiloserlbeillanils: «R !' -I1' a    li   li
so lung has cuutrnled alfitii's wilh no     licKlniiiu/at tin-n lie wesl bank of tlio X1E
pmlil liiiliecuiinlrv, Inn iu suinc In-1-}0'!}5*!" ,':f ,'<.''!,l,'i ,'i!.''''-..",'';','",:'! l"'1,1? S
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOH PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W.H. NORRIS o„ -■„ R. C.ADAMS,    r
Midway, B.C. Montreal, P.O.
c< 1111 inerria I mull ra vellingircdils.ivailalili! in nny partuf the wurld.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
niusciiBS in niiiTisii coi.UMiii- :
VANCOUVER     -     •     NEW WESTMINSTER,
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -       NELSON
Vernon Branch : (J. A. HENDERSON : Manager.
1 Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
. niii-Ui   ,«t
istiinces sinne prnlil we leal'. (Hid i!> ,:('' llli battisiilnug ilm bunk nf Ilm rlvor, wost li mk
,,,    ,,11 »    chains, soatli 4J chains, oust 11 chains, moro nr
••use nny twill,  to themselves.    AsUm, ,0 p.,),,,. o( imgiimlrg.updconlu gill
iliiugs mc  nuw  llie present govern- acres, moro nr loss. a
1 A.s.ilii'BUUilliB nt ,1 inn nn the rust lunik nf j flf
Hiostuao river iiu.iiii i mill
Innil and riiniitiigtlioi.ee nurlli
1 lm lunik nf llie rlvor, ™-   *l ch ilns, soul li l"i
chains, weal Sllchains, 111 ire .a' loss, 11 p iinl of
bcgiiiutng, nail (-.in iiinlng SHincri's, mnro or less
HOHEKT Will,!,.
ICottlo llivi'i', llllli Niivi'inlicr, ISIi. 7
PACK
mwrn
p      Si
II      tn     § HORSES
K*   4,1   jij>
■': I I...
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
.V
-ft
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
1 il ri'itlly gives ils Iii st. friends nu
-gi'iiund to iiJTi'i'excuses for its furlhei
I'xistcni'e. Wc havo 1111 desire ln hurl
tin- f.viiugs nf Ihose gentlemen whn
pretend In iihal line might cull in 11
frullcsiiuie way "govern" ibis euuiilry. j
Ilm lliev eeallv are an  lll-i/reuiililill ,,f ] \ \ A A Nil-1).   A ,111111 fur every nlincoliplcil
Illll IIH.I ll.llll .III  ,111  llggiegllll I    YJ    |1)H|rlc|  (|(   Mllllltn|in,  \.- \v. 'I', nml
I nlilies, and sin civ in llie eniuliu I   Hriilsh L'oliiiiililu, lo reprosoiil our lmt'tly t'liaa-
-f British ci,, ii'nirs hrainsai, ^r'ts^'iiSiirlo'TvL^t'Sd MURPHY 82: FAULKNER, Props,
nn less a necessity than I hey uru In liny   l< ",l"' .Kximrleiiral inloamcn will Dad Ibis ' r
, .       ..,,,,,        .,'   ' ia rn K"'.'u   Iinplciiicnt ngonls, farmers,
dllii-r priiviiice ul lin' ll'iiuliiiiiii.    .ilia   fiirnion sons,ehocsotimkorsanil schoolloacli*
'J*.inii*i really 11 lleves he can safely he I J» ^,u",n0olci,i°«SV ' ]
I'liiiiisleil ivilh ihe lliiiiiiiiul a lia its ul
(Ills pl-iil iliec; Cu'iuel Itllkl'l. Illl'
Inini-lri   nf eilueilliull  llllll  lhe iulu -
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
VERNON : FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmsat, and Gornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos & Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
1pan iiuio an ii-cii ti nn us. siock cspoeiiiiij n0 Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
';!'' ''' "llh "';•, """11!1 f "* ;•' KiWXpSEr-    ;'" Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.               ,
1   ■""""•■■■■ :1    "'           ,,, .^ir'o.^fu^-. Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling. Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B, C.
Urges! in 1l.rlK.11111a.il   Over711)aeros, -      ■       .              , — ,   .                  1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _______^_______________
.nle ul  leuipei'iiiue. ii-allv I.ehi'M's lie     Head iillhio, Toronto, (Inl.i briuiclios, Uhlcogo, /r~a-aim-tm.       "n_a°       *a-wi—.* t- /"&1TT' r ■»-.                  ——————————_________________________
, -isienlnial   Illg, nl   when he |'"" IJ ™'' ''■ "' <_cJfci©.     IS-     SDP^OXTSUlil,
lid vises ihe fainieis uf Ihis I'uiinli'y 1
  ,~  BUCKSRIITH  AMB  WHKEf.WRIGEIT.
giu« hiti'ley 1111 p.-will. 1 spresi  N'Vi!,V^l^''i>'i-"^'^i-.'i':i'iiil.li.-l'^^.K;)y HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
<I">'K ' r.«l.-Hi.K a I ' slriini Sf'S^WJM.^u^S.
drink aiming  lhe Chinese nnd Japs 1 tlio followingdoKoribud lands 1
,,    ,.   ,,  ,,     - .1 lii'iUiiiiiimu' 11 1 1 un Hi., in-! I.unk nf ih..
Mia I.. II. Marlin, lis ll;oc„lllinl»siiilU'l Kuril] Kuril .if Kollle ilvcr, nliuill :; iiiiloa
nf lauds aud  tini-ks, iilnkes insl  il.e inirtl-,ofUnelicrook,ai,di'i'iiiilii|rllii'i,'i',,i,rlli
1 iilmi..'lln. I.uiik i.f llie river Inrb, , ii-usl an  ,	
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel. FAIRVIEW. B. C.
.    I   luillisler lliu'   frum  nivvlnilt   elinlas,simthIIIcluilns,casi III I'lmlas,inm    .
"" wm,tn,,, gentle,,,,, „ ^^jsfL^nl^ifi W-TSSSiGOLDEN GATE HOTEL
M.uilil li.r.e iu ie.il ml lle uiiii'd in.'iki'.   *iclinliis, 110HI1 BIoliiUlw,wi*l 111rlinlns, limn
, .,   ,,    ,.,,    , ., ,   in-!'"«. I" ;'i" f bogliuiliig, conliilniiigai Ct. O
V.lllle Mr.  I'.l ells, us lltnn UeV-gl'l. I' I'lll. ■ ,i, ,-■■■. ml ra nr .1 ss.
I'AlltVllaW. I'.. C
is slill Mi. filial- as he nluavs was; .^^^Slul ^'S X!^\ ,}$#
lll'K'Si )N, Prop.
GOOD STABLING
,-iiul always will I.e.   Nuw whal an up* crook,ami riiniiliigllioncciioi'thalongIholinnk  rnnn  ArrAHMnTiATinM
.   -..        ..        .    .... . iirilu'riuri-liii-liiiiiis. ivi-'i aarliniiis, Miiuiiaii UUUU AULJI'lltlUIJAHUil
r,',nl"t' V,,   ,,!!! ,',',d l,ti,rnnn'TO^"^«<^"»^'«^ Stopping Place for Stag'es to Penticton and Oro, Wash
CH Illl. an   .1 iiininlll    iii.iii.   ti C. HIKIIS lllllaKN.
Above illl he musl Ic nf the slriilcsl     ICottlo lilvor, Ifilli Novoinbor, Idil
iniegiiiy,  Iiiii suiely there musl   l.e
Hlli'll an mie in lliili-h Ciiluiuliin.   ll is
our llrm belief Ihal >Initial lie nunc
forward heiiiuld form a I'ualition gnv-
,.i„ ml uu eiirlv 'lule wilh uui   ''""'I' MeJCInnoy, Osoyoos Division of
,.   ,    ,     ,, ,', ,,, Vnlo lllsti'lct, I'rovlii r l.riiiiii, Co
Ililic  In llli.c,   und   In* uniild lie mr ,
prised nl   Il.e iiiunl.ir nf fieople wlio _„ n
"il""l",|t""""MI1' ' ' W.lI.Noiuns, Bso„J.l'„MimvAV, U.l'.|tl„.  „,„„. ,.,,,,;„
II nti.i;iii'x.  I biv; Iii   horoby   give you
■inii..'. i.f my Intention tn apply nl Ilm next
■II,illg nf Iiii! I.ii'i'iii'iiiiil'inii'l In lie belli fnr lho
I lower ponton of tlio Osoyooa IHvlston nf Vol.
First Class A <*<•■ mi ■ ii> uinl ii •■).   (iimd Stabling,   Terminus uf Sluge Line
from .Mmins, Washington.
notice    |A.J.SPR0LE'SEXPRESS STA&ELINE
rule INRtvlcti I'vtM liifu i>r Urltlnli <'<»-      -n   i n     . •  , M -r        i ti i i
 i,i.,..a,!„,-,i,,-i,.,M,vi. on.noB, w'U leave Penticton   f a, m, every  luesday,  Ihursday and
i.a.siiu.itv,ics(i„,i.i'.Kini.!*,v,u,c„ANii Saturday, arriving at Fairview i p.m., unci Oro, Washington,
I'OR SALIi
IN THK. HOT I.IK'AI.I'I'V IIN TIIK VKI, I District,forpoi'iiilsslnu In Iraintfor luyllconso
NUN T.ii-.iisiiia n feu ni'i'i' uiui luilf     fm' lho siilo of llciaoi' liy ralall from inv old ta
|uls. i-llbiT fir liiii'iling nr Kill'ili I.i".'.
Am11 ul -.iiiseliii'iiii"
)■',.',.,. I \N MKVKII.
V; ,.-,!.■,. I!,(-
inv now pi-omlso. buro, both stttuilo in Camp
| Mel'liuiuy uf ut aai I.  VoiiisroKpoelfiilly,
ll'-C! CIMIJIIO.V,
CtOxstg!- stoktb:
will le;ivc Oro, Washington, 7 a. ,11., Mondays, Wednesdays
unci Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. 111., connecting with
SS, Aberdeen and S. & 0. and C. P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop,
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
Acciiiniii'idiiliiiii.   Good Stabling,   Terminus
frum .Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Keltle Biw Stage Line
Running over tlie MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at, Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLKI-,
Prop,,
Crar|d Forks, B. (_
RAm'S   HORl.   HOTEL.
i,umhy, ii. o,
Flrst-Olnss Accoiiiiiiodiitiuu for Guests, Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Xnoixis Movand, Prop,
f  I

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