BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Advance Aug 17, 1896

Item Metadata

Download

Media
advance-1.0309118.pdf
Metadata
JSON: advance-1.0309118.json
JSON-LD: advance-1.0309118-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): advance-1.0309118-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: advance-1.0309118-rdf.json
Turtle: advance-1.0309118-turtle.txt
N-Triples: advance-1.0309118-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: advance-1.0309118-source.json
Full Text
advance-1.0309118-fulltext.txt
Citation
advance-1.0309118.ris

Full Text

 THE ADVANCE.
Vol V, No. 16.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M. I)., 0. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C- M.
VKONON, B. C.
I,ATI! OK
St. Thomas Hospital,
I/IN [KIN, KN. J.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
I T. MCLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' GRADOATE OF MOGlLL UlllVERSITY.
Office : Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
SoucrroK Sci'iikmk Oouht,
NotakY PUB-JIO, CONVUYANOBK, Ktc.
Olllco: Gilmoru's Itlnck, Rurnard Avenue,
VKHNON. - 11. C.
pitED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ete.
Office : Martin's Block.
Vkbnon, B.C.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments. Arriving Weekly. We l,uy the
the Very Bunt Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices. Give us a call and he convinced lhat our
prices are the lowest in this section of cnuntry.
and Shoes, Clothing, Ut.
We cany a large and well-selected ".lock of aliove
and as we purchased our goods for SPOT CASH we
are enabled to give our customers the lieneHt. of the
Discount.   Give us a Trial Order.
"OT. T. Slxa/tf ord and Go.
Fairview, Camp McKinney and Vernon.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
N O T A. It Y   P1IBI.I O, K T C.
Vkhnon, II. C.
I    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND   FOKK8   ....   Tl.
FORBES M. KERBV, P.L.8.,
A. M. 0.8.0. &,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B.C.
T   E. CROWEL1,,
TIIONRON ST., ViCllNON.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fltlln gs a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VKHNON. B.C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
liand  Sur-veyor.
Mem. Amor Si jr. I nig. Kngfl.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, B. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Flans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Haps and Flans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J, Thubbkb, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made for Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Iliinil Boating and Fishing.   Row and Sail Boat* for Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AN D   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
WOOD,   OA^tCrXX.!.  «*c   CO.,      •      •       ABM8TKOITO.
a. o.
LT
MINING ENGINEER
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C
Guess    Bros.
j[SSAYEHS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
,;,£ia:N,v.ii,„. ll, c.
M. lliatlBI'T. .a T. lllll.UMO*.
bot:ni>ahy ckkkk
En '.ini™' and Assaying Co.
Cri'i'Piiwoo.l City, B. C
Assaying- and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thiirn.igli Aviiiinlntn..,'.. with the Kettle
lllvi'i* mid Itoiiiidnrv (.rroli  Mining
INsll'll'tH.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings. Turnings Ete.
All Kinds of; Factory  Work Kept in Stock and  Mado*Jto ;Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths "nml SIilnjrles"Kept ln Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices aod Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.   Sash and Door
Factory on 0. P. R,, Vornon.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   MINTE
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i r. m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 r. m
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 *	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   T>.   raOBBIBON,   PBOPRIBTOB.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending August II, 1896.
4   Cracker Jack,  Greenwood camp,
Henry Nash.
4. Crown   Rock,  Pass  creek. J. S.
Wheeler.
4. Rico, Murissy creek, D. Woodhead
nnd T. H. Knight.
4. Copper Standard, Christina lake,
W. On-lean,
4. Primrose, Christina lake, W. Cm-
I cnii.
4. Slide, North Fork. D. W. Dillon.
4. Red   Whig,  Norlh  Fork,   D.   C.
Hard.
4. Quiltleriimin, Smith's ciunp, J. M.
Lloyd nnd ,I. M. Mitchell.
4. Iliiiiilinw,   Grand   Prairie,   John
Lnyenx,
6. Lucky Day, Providence camp, C,
W. II. Sn nsiuu,
5. S H B, Deadwood camp, D. W.
Hollirook.
5. Trail, Pass creek, ('. M. Rendell.
5. Dauntless, Rock creek, E. Dewd-
ney.
6. Manchester, fraclinnitl, Greenwood
camp, J. AI,irun.
6. Union,     Greenwood    camp,   T.
Roderick.
6. Tenderfoot, Chrlsllut lake, W, H.
Blinker,
0. White  Elephant,  Christina lake,
W. H. Briuker.
6. Ella Eslella   Green-rood camp, J.
L. Irwin.
0. (i,anile No V.Land Jank creek, G.
Madden.
6. Kiihy, Brown'scnmp.G.W.House.
6. American Bell. Norlh Fork, J. W.
Shmiick and J. K. Johnson.
7. Sllentl, Camp McKiuney. E. A,
Bielenbcrg.
il. Bertha  Kurz,   James Creek,  R,
"    Stunrl.
7. Oak Leaf, Wellington camp, A. B.
Anderson.
7. Lucky Dor, North Fork, G. Lawrence.
7. Plutouia, Deadwood camp; E. A.
Bielcnlierg.
7. New Jack (if Spades, Central camp,
J. A. Coryell.
8. Hillside, Jniiies creek, T. McAuley.
8. Douglas, James Creek, F. H.Carey,
8. Geneva, Pass creek, O, Gruno and
A. Duuiphy.
10. Duinphy Fraction, fractional,
Eagle Hill, O. Grunt, and A. Dumpily.
10. May, Suniinit camp, I. J, Evans.
10. Frnclion No. 10, fractional, Norlh
Fork, G. Madden and J. E. Olhert.
10. Western Queen, Grand Forks, G.
E. McCarter.
10. Buffalo, Summit camp, E. Davis
and G. F. young.
10. Bay Slate, Brown's camp, Mrs. A.
V. Davis.
11. Sophie Sherron, James creek, M.
II. Kane and G. M. Smith.
11. Waco, James creek, G. W. Rum-
lierger, F, A. Swincy and E. Hyde
11. Deuero Chico, Long Lake camp, O.
Dillier.
11. Gem,  fractional,  Pass creek, R.
HutUin.
11. Iron Horse, Pass creek, L. Schnin,
11. Hul ton and T. E. O'Brien.
11. Paymaster, Pass creek, L, Schorn,
R, Button and T. E. O'Brien.
11. Cashier, Pass creek, L. Schorn, R,
HutUin and T. E. O'Brien.
CERTIFICATES OF WOHK.
4. Acorn, J. A. Manley and J. J. Car-
raher.
4. Mai Vaut, G. M. ft, II. Gire-
4. '05, A. Wallace G. Cook and J. T.
Bell.
5. Defiance. H. J. Cole and G. F.
Steele.
5. T'ger, J. Gibbons, F. Watson and
W. J. Harris.
5. Bismarck, A. M. MrKemie.
5. Montana, A. L. Rogers.
5. Iron King, A. !,. McClaine,
5. Lincoln, A. L. Rogers
5. Washington, J. Olhhons, F. Wat-
win and W, J, Harris.
(I. Marshall, I). Ilresnahorn.
II. Gem, A. Chil'iml, O.  Waslihurn,
J. L. Ilj'inelii-rg, II. Davenport ami
H. J. Doherty.
6. Side Hill Star, J. L. Bjunelerg,
and A. Ollffnrd. j
fl. Bee, .1. L. BJonelierg, A, Clifford,
II, Davenport and II. T. Doherly.
7. Iron Horse, II. Alias.
7' Dick Bland, G. Thomas,
8. Lake Side, fractional, G, Thrasker
and 0. P. Oiidin.
8. Mammoth, F, Dittmer.
TRANSFERS,
4' May Flower, i Interest, H. I). Muck
Ui J. Lloyd.
4. Qiiattermaiii, | interest; J. Lloyd
to H. 1). Mack.
4. Ellen, jInterest, J. Connelly to A.
L. McDonald.
4. Glasgow, 1 interesl, J. Connelly to
A. L. McDonald.
4. Lizzie, S interest, A. L. McDonald
to N. McCiilhnu,
4. Ellen, J interest, A, L. McDonald
to N. McCallum.
1. Glasgow,   1  interest,  A.  L.  McDonald to N, McCallum.
I. Homeslake No. 2, J Interest, A. L.
McDonnld l,.\. McCalliim.
IF
4. Daisy Deene. i interest, A. L. McDonald Ui N. McCallum.
5. Crescent, 1-24 interest, B. N. White
' Ui J. C. Haas.
5. Mystic, J interest, J. Sutherland to
H. J. Cole.
5. Anchor, J interest, ti. Benuerimiii
to J. A. Frank and G. D. Leyjotl,
5. Ready Cash, 4 interest, J. Dolqiiist
to A. V. Anderson,
5. Golden Crown, ( Interest, .1. Lind
to A. V. Aiii1.-i-s.iii.
fl. Keystone, J interest,,). T. Deniiull
tu J. K, Johnson,
8. Alice, all interest, S, Bennernian,
J. A. Franks and T. McDonnell to
W. A. Stephens,
Alice, all interest, W, A. Stephens
to Sir 0, Ross.
Newherry, all interesl, E. Costley
lo J. McCray.
Big  Elephant.   J   inleresi,  11.  J.
Cole to C. N. Collins.
C O D, J inleiest, H. J. Cole Ui 0,
N, Collins,
Lone Star, J interest, O. D. Sanford to C, N, Collins,
Bertha Kurz, jj interesl, R. Stuart
to Allan K. Stuart.
7. Bertha Kurz, 1 inleiest, R. Stunr1
Ui Angus K. Stuart.
8. Silver Cloud, j interest, E. Tlllllll
lo J. J, White.
8. Nohle Five, J interest, It. Wells to
J. J. White.
8. Volcanic, all interest, It, L. Cawston In T. Ellis.
8. Wolverine,   all    interest,   H.  L.
Cawston to T. Ellis.
8. Rose Bud, all interesl, J, F. Burr
and A. Shannon to J, Hamilton
and 0, W. McRae.
10 Brooklyn, J inleresi, S, Mnngott to
W. T. Smith.:
10. Copper King, A interest, J. Hanly
to C. E. Surig,
10. Copper King. J interest, J, Hanly
aud C. E. Surig lo M. A, Seng*
feldei.
10. Elliot, j Interest, G. W. Elliot lo
C. N. Callanan,
10. Three One, J interest, P. McKenna
to F. McGuire.
10. Reniimerator. nil  interest,  S,  S,
Fowler to I. G. Thompson.
10. Iron Cap, nil inleiesl, S. ti. Fowler
to I, G. Thompson.
1(1. Clover, all interest, S. 8. Fowler to
I. G. Thompson.
11. Cleveland, J interesl, J. C. Haas to
J. Dale.
11. Wild Rose, fractional, J interesl, J.
0. Haas In.I. Hale.
11. C'oinliination, J interest, T. McAuley and J. S.  Bruce Id J. Dale.
A C P. R. OFFICIAL ON BOUNDARY.
W. F. Carson, lieller known ns
"Kit." Ihe travelling passenger agent
of the C. P. R„ returned the other day
from an extended (rip, says the Vancouver World. To a reporter he said:
" My liny, don't laugh when I tell
ynu I have made a complete circuit, of
the Okanagan mining district and
western Kootenay in a chariot of goid
wilh silver Iriuimiiigs, copper lined and
lead liallnsl. Tills may seem like n
broad assertion, hul when I slate ti
you that fimu lhe moment we leavi
the steamer Alierdeen plying on Lak,
Okanagan, at Penticton, where we
take the stage line through cainp McKinney, Rock creek, Midway, Bound
urv Falls, Anaconda and Greenwood lo
Grand Forks, lhe Inst four named
[hunts lieing iu llouudary disiiicl;
llieuce on hy I rail through the lower
end of Christina lake; on to Rossland
and Trail; thence Inking the Is.nt, returning via llie new towns of Waterloo and Montgomery, located on llle
east hank of the Coin,ulna hetween
Trail and Rohson; then taking the
Canadian Pncilic branch line to Nelson;
fiassing through the Toad Mountain
districl, where « lake the Isiat Koku-
II,*,. plying ou Kootenay lake and proceeding lo Kaslo, passing Ihe mining
towns of Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and
llendryx; thence hy private conveyance going still further norlh on K„o<
ti'uay lake tn the Lurdo mining disirici,
where Ik,lli rjiiarlz and placer work
is lieing done. Resuming lhe return
trip we have lice,, riding in just such a
vehicle as I descrilsd. On every hand
gold, silver, c..pp,*r and lead meet the
eye.
"What nlioul Ihe Okanagan disirici?"
"The Okanagan district heretofore
has heeu known only as approached
from the American side. It. is now he.
Ing developed every day, The weslern
shores of Lake Okunugan abound with
rich minerals. I will cite camp Hewitt
and Siwash river ns Ihe principal
points. The entire mineral lielt lying
north of the dividing line between the
Suites aud British Colunil'la froui the
eastern slope of the Cascade mountains
to the western slope of the Rocky
mountains is heing developed so rapidly that I predict More. Ihe close of the
season of 18117 these limits will comprise
Ihe greatest solid Ik'R of ore un the
face of the glols'. We have everything
to facilitate the opening of Ihese mines
in the nhape of close proximity In Blip-
plies. Wilh the great niinilier uf
navigahle lakes, together with the international highway, Ihe Columbia
river, which traverses this hell north
and smith through its entire limits;
crosssectionisl hy short lailway lines,
and with the early cumpletiim of pn,-
jected lines which are already surveyed
and some of them under .'.instruction,
we are assured that the great draw-
hack to all mineral countries, the matter nt transputUilion, will have lieen
overcome, which places us in a position
when compared wiih Ihe isolated mining couulries like South Africa, so far
superior thai Ihe miner has nothing to
fear after lie has onre opened up Ills
inine,
"What do you knew of Boundary
creek ?"
"IJclaim that llmmdnry creek In-
day is lu exactly the same condition
that Trail creek was three years ago,
hul from this lime ou Boundary creek
is coming to the from with remarkable
sl rides. I refer particularly to Anaconda and Greenwood, Theolderlowns
of Midway and Boundary Falls are in
close touch with the district, also having this advantage that heing near the
mouth of Boundary cieek they are side
doors to the Colville reservation.
There is hound lo he a large cily lu
nIf,.id supplies for this district. Each
town claims to hold Ihe edge. The
former of course are located pretty
well a I. the lieadipia iters ,, f the creek.
This would naturally I,ring them in
touch with the mines proper. The
latter claim they have lhe advantages
for mill siles, as everything seeksdown
grade in handling ures. There has heen
so much said that untiling I might say
will add to ils Importance. It is a
mineral hell which speaks for itself.
It goes without saying that they are
producing gold fnnn that district the
cheapest in lhe world, with unlimited
ore in sight. The mines in that district
are heing opened up daily. Both American and British ninney is ruining m*
lo Rossland in vast amounts, It, mill
hmdly he believed when I stale lho,
while silting on a verandah of a Rossland hotel a few nights ago I witnessed
a $.'10,0110 transiicliun lhat was made In
my presence in as off-hand a manner as
I would go in and buy a hat, Especially does this apply In the English laiyeis
who are on the ground, as they do not
ask what have you hut bow much have
you. Mines are being bonded lliere
daily. London mining men are nn the
ground picking up everything far
enough developed to lie expelled on,
and are looking foi more,"
, ,,«>4	
PROTESTED ELECTIONS.
On the Hist nil., that lieing the Inst
day allowed by law for filtering proles! s iiguinsl the return ot the recently
elected members, in Vicloriaand Knin-
limps formal mil ice of proceedings was
lodged against the return of Ihe following gentlemen;
Hon. E. G. Prior and Thos, Esrle,
Conservatives, representing Victoria;
and the three Liberals, Messrs. Ueo. B.
Maxwell, W. B. Midlines nud Hewitt
Bosloek, representing respectively the
electoral districts of Burrm-d, Vancouver, aud Yale-OaiilKKi-Koolcuay,
the only member escaping being Mr.
Auley Morrison of Westminster.
The pel it ions all make charges of
disqualification in the usual form, wiih
lhe exception of thai against Mr. Maxwell, wherein it is alleged that Mr.
Maxwell did not personally sign his
nomination paper, and consequently
was not nominated according to the
requirements of the act. Anolher
slanting statement in Ihe notice of
protest stales thai there is no such person ns "George It. Maxwell," and lhat
all voles cast for him are and should
lie declared mill nnd void.
The pel il inn against Air. Bosloek
was Bled by Messrs, Fulton k Ward
of Kamloops, acting as agents for J.
J. Cinnent; $1,(1(10 security for costs
has Isi'ii deposited in each case.
From the east also rnnies news of
many cases of protested election*, on
both sides of Ihe house, and it looks as
if lhe courts will have a lui-y lime of
it until Ihese um'ters ,,W disposed of.
 ♦ »«-——
FIRST STEP TOWARDS OPENING.
Pnifessl|r J. W. Roberts, of lhe aflrl'
cultural college, Colfax, ill charge of
a parly of surveyors, left Ihal cily for
the Colville Indian reserval Inn I,, correct the lines on whal Is known as the
McDonald survey, the portion of lhe
reservation nut yet thrown open. The
party will finish its woik iu alsml.
seventy days. As soon as the corrected surveys aie approved by the
land department, it is believed that
the reservation will be I In-own open
for setlleinenl. As the Indians have
already made Iheir selections, il, will
be but a small mailer to make Iheir
allotments, after which lhe president's
|,rm In,nnl inn is all Ibnl is needed. The
appropriation, it is said, was passed hy
lhe last congress. It now looks as if
the Colville reservation will be ,,pencil
before snow flic  Marcus I'utiinl. THE ADyANCE.
W, II. NOItltlS I'll IIETOI1
I'lilili.-linl   ivookly   nl   Midway,  n. ti.
Snliai-riiiiimi I'l-i.'.. s-j.m per uiunuii, payable
In n.hilllce, either yearly or lullf-Jiiurly llt the
o,iiimi nl .In1 subsorllior.
Advertising lUitussonl on application.
Though llio col s nf Tin: Am.ini-i: arc
alwayH opon for ilu- discussion nf inaltora of
publicInloroslanil UniKirtanco. wo do iiotticc*  typhoid or s e olher form of fever
oehsnriiy endorse any nl tho a] ,ns oxprcssod,'  - '
Correspondoiioc .if a njj£soiiul nature ivlii not (iu
published.
Upon ii piece of licit I oni land tienr
Annstrong of 10 ucreJIii extent nnd
cleared lasl year, a crop of oats was
grown 11,is,season whichItriseoinpuled
will average over Iw., Ions lo the acre.
Several men laboring iipon the
ranches in lbe Upper Okaililgilll, have
hern   attacked   nn.l   suffered   from
MONDAY, AUGUST 17.1890,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The ininisii'i of justice has been interviewed by Mr. Bosloek, M. P.,
aneiit the appoint inenl of u resiilenl
judge for Kuutetiay, One of lhe principal reasons advanced why Ihis step
shuuld he lake,, is lbe fuel lb.,I lbe
circuit as al presenl dciiiiil'ked Is far
t,„, large for the legal affiles III lie
properly all..nihil In by nnu county
court Judge residing in Yuan,,. In
view'.if lbe number of disputes print.
ing lo llie lilies In 11,im,al claims,
which, imlil lbe counlry is in an advanced singe of development, illtlst
necessarily occur; il is n.il iillngi'llliir.
Iniulinissahl,. In uttll'tu llial a county
court judge uiiglil Itud his lltne almost
folly occupied in niljiidi,ailing upon
cases nt Rossland alone. The post-
poncmcuis which arc s.. frequenlly
made in llu, dales upnu wlllel) the
ciui'l has been advertised lo be held ill
untvpoiiil, iinvv be atlriiiuied lo tin,
stress nf .link which has to 1 e
got |br,„igb with iiLnsjljinuaiil another, if lhe convenience and llie
pockets of lil,guilts are lo he, considered. Bul ns things are now, if ihe
judge. Is considerate in one quarter he
is condemned for his unpiinctunlity in
Ihe next. It is sincerely In be hoped
Hint on Ihese grounds alone Air. linstock's application u,ill receive due attention.
Mnjiiii'in* of the Montreal,Toronto
aiill1 Winnipeg 'boards of trade lefl
lasY5 weak, we 'understand, In. visit
KtWeniiy. I, is fair in assume thul
Bdlmdnrv creek will not lie visited hy
tlirJj','Xciirsinnisls. This is nut iis'It
sli/**lld he, bul il. is nni yel. too lain for
'(■foliations fo he senl Ihem conveying
4f,o inforiualion thnl llaaaih lllis dis-
•tch't is'i'mt the' heaven [nr i-npi,nlists
thai Rossland, for instance, may justly
cliiii'i'i'.ril'Iii'l'y.l'f'ii is'a very first-class
pitrpitbfy, 'Indeed; and thai [hough
-Us towns niny nnl boiist of "ninny
mutl'liilns," lliere are some vury fair
holers for llie liccuiiiinudatiim of
traVWeW.: ..
,.*»■:- ^.: ......
'itfr-.i't Ihese visit1---**'fr-fiifi the business
inch' of'i'llir'large titles shtflflil prove of
gictil mul nil belli.Iii linlil' to Hie lai-i-
IiesSWellitll selves anil In lhe plaees
tlu.y;V'i.'il',','iligbl In he iii'i' imquestilin-
iili-lM-t^ Bill is ill- The resell of the
pte!ti''iW'iliWi''aiiHi Iiuu. only ivill slitnv,
Bllt?1«.*|tulhtW'; ns'iUrcins'losa'y sn,
tme^is-Wil.''*'1?''',' I,ill.,„l,I in Ihe will
or Itt.ciSPtyMSli'bf eastern Canadians
In ll|,||,HV'',ia',e tlc.clupuicn.l. of 'file
Great Wesl, and iii',i"\\ilni>iit juil
cause, Tlie West bis been so utterly
disregard,',1 Iimd by tlie press and the
politicians of llle Enst, ujilil quite ie*
cenil'j', that until thetV is tangible
proiirrllrCfiliilige in ladies, the West
hns •.r'p'errVel rlghl nnl, in he too
ileniiW'll'i'aliy,. when tin. Iirsl advances
are li;i'ifl'le.",tl, is mil fair lo cnn,pare
llle present I'xrin'ilon uiili lhe one
emanating from the Vieloria. hoaid of I
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIINON, 11. t'.
General Real Estate^ Financial Agi,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Agent  ror«w-
The Royal Insohance Coy.
The Lojidon and Lancashire Finn
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The London and Canadian FntE
Insurance C,y.
Tun Son Life Assurance Coy of
Canada,
The Diimixioi'Hi'ii.nixti and Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loan and SavinqbCoy,
during tlle summer, and as a result
s e have found llieir way to the
Kan,loops hospital.
llr. Cori'lganv resident denial surgeon at Vernon, contemplates paying
a visit In the districl Ilia week or two,
uud the advenl'bf'Ids coming will he
bailed with dellglll by many »bn have
used unparliamentary language whilst
suffering from lunt had,,'iiidaysgiine by
Ve, mm cily can boast of alio! hor live
industry, nr nil lie,1 another Industry
resuscitated Into life, fnr since Ihe
ciuning of Mr. Ilaverly the Union
Spring brewery has been Blurted up
again, i hereby furnishing employ,ncnl
in seven,I men iiiiiI ibe wherewithal!
I ake life tolerable lo lbe mull Panic
when tlle beverage is kepi uu ice during hoi summer days.
Froui reports received it would seen,
lhat lhe potalo crop is I,, he a partial
failure Ibis year, as nil Uliu,plain llllll
although lbe crop looks well, upon
lieing dug thine i.s a beautiful, scarcity
of lubes. It bus been nyliced by
many thul allhongll Ihevlliesuregoud,
yel did Ibey mil flowei ns in former
years, and (here tire Ihose who w,|i,l,l
like a little light thrown upon  ihc
subject.
The more progressive ranchers .in
lhe Upper Okaungaii are adopting.the
nc\Vesl kinds of machinery, I hereby
hoping to make boln end? meet. The I q a qit nnORQ
cream separator is cuming inlo favor, OrlCJil * U\J\Jl\yJ.
and one rancher reports a difference of
ARMSTRONG HOTEL,
II.   KKYKS.   Prop.,
(innil Accommodation,
Rest Liquors and Cigars,
Flint-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG   B, 0.
MIDWAY
?-'.: «'■ .-;,■
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. ('.
.. The Geld Drop Boarding Boose..
Good Accoiunioilutioii for Travelers.   Flrst-cIllSS Meals Served
Good' Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
IrTELOWNA, B. C
•* **■ -:_ei-__-a.+_nrjLz^.Tr'- r-vxa-.'jajtz:*.
lalliKiB
lira—ri
furnlili
Vm,-eanitrawpurclins, larp I floors, beautifully laralo •,„.! flnlahodi window nsli,
lilngltw nud all othor kind, of Imnsa [iiriilslilnus, nl tho Okanagan fhwinlll.    It"ii«li anil
lumbar eiinsiiHitly on ha1„l,    Ordors Iran Kottlo Illver dlslriol solloltod „„,! pita
oil upon application to
X. II, sash mul Iioorsal eons! I'rlcos, with Sllghl Ailvanco to cover cosl of freight.
IB.   I_CUQXTIl!tfXni E»E-tO.P.
Lath and Shingles.
ten pounds nf liiiller a week for seven
cows over the old method, A School
hoy \vuuld have Utile ililii, ully ill,-,„,,-
lulling bow lung it wuuld lake for such
a machine In pay for Itself.
Thirty acres of grain ''harvested and
slacked in one day of let) hours, by
using,), header which employed 7'ilren
and iO horses, is the record of ohi* of
thu Sp.ilbiiilcceen ranchers. Illy* Ihc
use of such a machine Ihe crop is soon
placed beyond.the reach of inclement
weather, and I he wond-HC'ls llial they
are nol ill greater fuvlir alining Ihose
who tiro endeavoring lo make aprofll
nut of raising grain al the low price
now offered for ceretils, There in,isl
surely be 80UU, explanation of lin. unit*
Ier, and If so il should he J'nrlllci.tning.
B OTTeH
ii ArJjj lUtoou
LUMBER
pi
r*,
ISuccotfsors to I{. X. Taylor)
Chamisis and Druggists
uc***io!>, _. e.
Koopn Klret-Class Block o(
Drugs, Chemicals, ■
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
FOR SALE
BZjMVOUILJM.JH.QJEL
OKANAGAN MISSION, 6, C,
This Is a splendidly finished homo iniido
nn.l out, almost now, .villi good stal.li; nn.l out
buildings, is contrail)' located in llle Valley
anil command-, n good trade. It stanils on tig
own grounds „f I,™ nn.l a half aoros In extent,
anil isa good investtneiil.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS,
Tills building I-1 ,vn sloroj's high .....I standi
on Its own ground nr half an aero in extent mid
la in a OOUIIIiailulng liusiness posltlou.
Von Tkums Ai'i'iiV'tn
i). nicholson,
Okanagan Mission
AT ONCE
EN
ml    iiicL
®tm  Prairi*--
jfjjw-j  x I oAl lc,       .  . C
%M Boundary ci
: of the Grand ffl
. iiven and M
k mining and l||
In the tloiindur)  Crook Dlelrlol to kn..«
Unit Il.e
16DW
ig    eiiiu  ^\
km agricultural ccunlry. ml
McKENZIE,
:   "fiURNS&
MITCHET I ^m^ an^ ^m^ ^
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers,
Boundary Falls, B, C.
Estimates furnished upon ;ip-
prication for all kinds of work.
Brick, 'Lime and'other ma-jfjl
MAIL ORDERS.
rnsTitcKict: „,ix 111.
\V, DALHV.Ml'LK
PAIRVIEW, 15. ('.
All   Kinds of Ronairlnrr.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
terial kept constantly on hand, „
i.-, i in, nil l inu   ui'ill   i in*     » ii mi in   iiiiiii it   in   | «■— '        r >   ■    ti *▼■-».
tr„de-!Wien,n,. ag...   We have mil    t   \   I f|fl JP
M™f$. V,,,',i.,.ir "';:'• i","h '',rsl MiAU-JlMJ
served by llieir visil lo Kootenny. Hut,    .    ,
HA
4,1
as we litivesiild; this is nnl, an tiliiihi-
gnus ciise~tl,e sleepiness of Vieturinns
is prrive'rliiiil.
at     at      at
i'S   s.i    i'S
nil
As AN instance- of I he way in which
political dill'ecences are sallied oo Hie
other side, if llle lllle,'ll„l' full,,,villg' is
useful:
Octal,,,'.., Ala., Aug. fi. -Ahout i o'clock! yes*
tcntiiy evening Qoorgo (',„„hi,:, n Democrat
nrrlrrtl nl rive I'niaU fruln .Fnynlle „„ Ilnrse-
tiwek.  Ilprodo up In ncrolvd dlnciiBBtngpott*
ties nml J'etleil:
" rtirrrnli (or Johnson I" ' •;
This enraged .liitn"s Trnirtlftol,' n Popnli-it, I
.Ttinslinl Oninblo. While (Juinbio ..in, lying on j
llio ground dying n Poputlsl gang oiil.hln hotul
from iiii hnily.
This gliasll'j. and hnrrihle Iragedy is.
if lie nre  In   believe  Illll jiaegr.ll,', ac-
lin,lly prubnhl,' io n livitn-.ril rnniilry
Imvimls lhe close uf lhe nineteenth
century, pur, in view of llie fusion ol
lhe I),a,rum,In and Populists on lhe fpj      } 9
'ii.ei -Hon,  ihe dlspaich niny |rPQnfl]T! R
Bifelybeulll'lbilledlo llie gold  hnity,| " 1 UUUiil U
und is,, fall sign Ihul llie laiinpiilgii i-
bei- ing warm, and ihul lhe "boj
Fresh Bread,
Cakes and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
A. WiQMEn,'Prb|i.
^
YOU CAN GET A
Sea
FOR .S SCAT
oinlor" I,"lu Mli'solirl is gelling Ihere
4>
Onb of the mounds upnu which lhe
pi.tltlon Iiiih lieen cnl ei wi ngninsl Hen.
II. .Maxwell, inenilier elecl from liar-
l-.id llislricl,; taking hi, seal in lhe
Commons, is thai lliere is nu sueh person, ns (Ie.., R. Maxwell, ll appears
thai Mr. Maxwell was adopted by nu
imcle. and lbe nephew returned the
coiiipllmeiil, ns l.esi lie could, hy
adopting the nana nt bis benefactor
without going lhrough the legal formalities. Here is eerlnlii y a ease of a
ruse hy in.y olher inline swelling ics
sweet. .
 ► .4 ■
NOTES BY THE WAY.
lly nni'Tnivrlii,.' '.'nrVoRpoltdenl.
II. Ilahhill, of Ann.In.ng, who recenlly was iinfni Ironic in hreakin.; Ills
leg    wllih-l I'ildl'avill'lllg   in  mount   a
real less hursp, i- prngrassing favonil.ly
andjwill -nun be around again.
—~K_3rr
[1
uu
Aiiiiconiln, II, 0,
I!!
E9BL, " ■
Hamilton & MoHvpay,
Proprietors	
M,:,*si rami oi \/
' i.ritnca Avenue,    VERNON,B.C.
White : Help : Only.
First-Clilssll, Kvery Uespc-l.
Kvery Comfort and Convonlonco,
Free Bus In nml fnnn All Trains.
A Call Sollollod,
Stable : in : Cor)r)ection
!•'. 11. JA0QUES,
riT
,„Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING  A  SPECIALTY,
VKilMiX. I', r
r  ■--  I ■•-7~." ■■'".     ■   ■  v." ■"■:   r     .-:'*■-''
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW KILL.
4-
Itnii.Hi  I,nailicr
Prom frHlO to 9112,
llrcssed Ltllllbt'l'
From PplO to .ins
Per Thousand,
||1   Situated at the junction of |§
fg the Boundary creek, Marcus ^§
■k
P
■ft-
p| reservaion mines
ml
mm
m
m
&i LOTS.::AS GOOD  AS GOLD ffl
Wl
m
Fm* (irit'l's nnd all ot tier infiirinatton npply In
ml
If C. E. STUART - - - AGENT m
4JSf( CARSON, UHA.M) PRAIRIE, II. 0. Jj^
.2.1'-. I
14-Mf!
l
FURNITURES
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.  ■
WO'CAELOAS JUST ARRIVE
—'UPHOLSTERING*—
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
py
,'nl ia -Iri-el, llreenminil City, 11. ('., lias
opened withn nlccstock of arocorlos, Cigars,
Tobacco, Sliillonory, otc. A call It respectfully
Roliollotl,
OLSON &PHELAN
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VERNON, H.C.
VIEWS  OF   THE DISTRICT  FOR   SALE.
J
0B PRINTING OF EVERY
KIND AT THE ADVANC
1
A NAGONDA HOTEL
Visilors h. Ihc llouudary ('reel. .Mining Camps, Slop al the Aiiiii'tiuihi
Good Table  -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
. |Haok & JWii, Proprietor-.;   ■
GENQWAYS& McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers ol
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspi ol e   B    i o Leaving tlio Nurserj
O. B. & P. La. MELSOH
**^^     ^* -    sohJ Vou? Order to-^********-**--
kettle^iver!^?^ & Lloyd-Jonesi reservation trading cot
Marcus aiid Boundary Crock Points
STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
I George Edwards - - Proprietor
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloy-i-Jar.es. Kelowna,
enera
(Jlirsul), 11. I'., nnd.Ileservulinu Store, Nelson, Wash,
:: Merchandise
And Miners' O,ullls of nil descriptions,   Our slock is lurgi
and complete and wc believe you will Hnd
ices  an
II' you wish In save n nney.   Hive na tin  early call,   I'air
nnd square dealing Is our 1119.140,
TAiXO.-^
SI.owing tbe Dates nnd IMaces of Conrta
„f Assize,Nisi Prills, Oyer anil Terminer and (lei. .1 Gaol Dollvory for the
year 1800.
f.\ I.,, A8SICR8,
, 'lininn 'l'liiirsday 2111, Hoptcniber
lllclillolil Monday, 28th Soptombor
KninloopH Montlny, .Hli Oclobor
I.ylIon Frlilay, llth Oclobor
Vermin Monday, 12th October
Now Wcslinisler Tuesday, Hr,l November
Vancouver Monday, Illl, November
Victoria Tuesday, 171 li Nnvcnilior
Nanalina Tiiwuloy, illtl, November
.,.. ,..xvr&r.*_m, *•_,_.—r\-:,'J^iazrMnDIHB*****BM
NOTICE.
NOTICE \* herein' glvon lImt. sixty ilny-s
aftor data hereof, I Intend to apply to
Hir tion. 1 lie: Olitof Coi isaionerof LiunUiiml
worka for iiormlsstoti to ptivchaae clgttty iwres
uf Iiuu!,: it im! i' in lhe OsoyooB Hivisitm of Vnlo
Di»tr!ct,in tho Provinco of Hriiisli tiolumbla,
vi/.:
Conimonclngal the Kouth-woat euinurofilio
north'WCHl quartorof Hncllon Ninotopn, Town-
ship Slxty-oiglit*, runiitng tlioiwo west 'in
i-hiiins, ihnici'smith _\\ '*hiiiiis, tlieiu-u enst 40
chains, tliouco norlh 20 chains, thenco west 20
chains to tho imini of '•oinineneenieiil.
WM, ti. MoMYNN,
Midway, H. O., July fill), )MHi. 18
NOTICE.
To R. G. Sidley, J. P., Sidley, B. C. and W. H.
Norris, J. P., Midway, B. C.
(it:\*n.i:Mi\. Wc beg torhoroby*give you
miiiiT iiiiii wr intend, al ihe next Blltnigofllio
l.iconstng CourU to ho liehl fur Mm linver jior-
tiimtifth' (tanynoji IHvbion »f Vnle hhlriet,
lnii|<lih fum lireiis' fur lhe Halo ur Iiniiiil* llt
Caiut..Mi'Kinuoy.        JOHN .M.*I.i>N.\M>.
W. ll.CONKLE,
Dated Ihlu l^Lflny of AtiKUflt, ISIM. 17.
NOTICE.
NOTICK I* hereby glvon thai t.Chw. Do 11.
(Irron.ni ugctil for A. Wuwl, Intond («(
d.i.i* fi late iimklngn|t|)licnllo)ilotlieUMo(
r.uiiii'i slonerol Laiiihtaud VViirlii for |mtii)1«-
hIuii Id lnii'i'liiiH hi i uriaiu porlion uf land Hllnnlo
tnlhuOi iyoonillvWi f Vnlo iliitrloj In lho
]i in inn i.i' lliitjnh I'oluuihla,  Vi/: iho inioo-
i- iliinl fiuell f liiii-l lying athI niiiUilJuinliig
ih" ii. -,i'i'inih',11 ri'M.rvu''M I'u" crook, Norlh
K.ii'i. ul id illoriver, nml conlalning liin aoroii
 rem-lew, V, I) ll. OIIKKK.
l t.lluy, i;.r.,.Iu!y IH, I61W,
■U-. .—^. ■    ■ "      6MI*f,tf
NOTICE.
1.1QTI*?KInliarulu given IhatHOdnyifromdato
I yi I Inloml iijiplj ing lo llio AtulRinnt ConmiiH-
sinner ni' I.an h 1 words forn licence to prospeel for conl itiimi tho following landsi vji,
Blarltngnt n slake sol uhotil the centre of the
ciwl boundary lino of nle .TnUiinnii h pro-oiripl hm
claim ou Meyers crock, nnd running mnitli on?
mile, ilii'inv nisi une mllo, thonoo nne mllo
north, thonoo one mllo well to iroint nf eoin-
niDhconionti lho samo lands heing situated in
Osoyoos division of Vnlo district.
Midway,&C.,July I.i. 1883.  O.J.LUNDY,
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty days
after dalo I Intond making applleuthm lo
IhoCblof Commlaidonor of Limds and Worka
for pormisaion lo cul and carry away limber
from the following ileHci'ilicil liiiiiln, niliiulo in
Ihu Osoyoos division of Ynlotllitrlotl
C moncliig ni h poll nhoni. Imlf a mllo
noi'ilt of lhe Bohonoypr enhln uml about 20
elinini on lhe ensl side of Honnilary ereek,
tllonoo running norlh 210 chains, following the
cmirso of noundary ereek. Inniibe wont 10
elinins, llionoo south 210 ohnlns, Iheuoo oast to
chains lo ihc [mini of commencement, contain*
|ng DUO acres mnro or less,
JOHN Bl'UlVAK.
Haled IM* l.'ihdii) of July, 1800, 13, LOCAL.VXD UlSTItlCT.
A. G. Fuller of Spokane is In Greenwood looking for Investments.
W. Powers returned home nn Friday
from a business trip lo Kelowna,
Al. Kent,tug, representing ll. W
Allen, Loots and .shoes, Vanc,„ivcr,.vns
in Midway Snluiilay.
The bar-room of the Pioneer llolel
at Greenwood is helng enlarged, Other
Improvements are also being made.
0, Hay of Portage hi Prairie. Man.,
Who Is Interested In Long Luke camp,
Ib staying at the Wiudsor hotol, Greenwood,
A. 15. Kennedy, of lhe well-known
tailoring linn uf Kennedy k Douglas,
Toronto, is visiting tlie district mi
husincss,
The partnership between Mack and
Thnll uf llie Anil id i  hotel Ins I.	
dissolved. Mr. Thnll carrying on the
husincss .dune.
Mr. Coryell's parly lefl Insl week for
Fourth nf .Inly .reek, und Ihe survey
will rouitncnie al one,'. Mr. Greene
has,ils,, started work.
Mr, \V, F, Tye of Iho (Jollimlila ami
Weslern Hallway company lefl .Midway ou Thu,.-,lay for Ihc norlli ,,n
liusiness connected will) the survey of
the riuiil.
Mr. McOluney of Vancouver arrived
in Midway Fildny evening. He rode
over the Iniil frum Hope, und Is looking over tlle country with the object ill
view uf making Investtneiils.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Miss
Haynes are spending a few days on
the lawks of lhe bet lie river above
11,ick creek, It is said Ihe fishing is
excellent In lliiit neighborhood.
Constable McMynn lefl  .Mid-.v.i,	
Tuesday in charge of prisoners Smith
and lingers. Smith is sentenced to
live years it, the Westminster penilon-
linry, Itngeis, il is understood, will
he hroiighl back to Midway In time to
he tried before Judge Spinks in No*
veinbernn thcclinrgi- of theft,
The Mount Adams group Is reported
bonded to Philadelphia capllalisls for
$110,000. Wnrk was commenced on
them a few days ago. These proper-
tics are owned partly by Cnpliiiii II.
0. Adams, Iruslee of the Midway
Townsite company, II' lbe report is
true, lliere will probably be a lew more
" shacks" elected , re long bare.
Tlle Spoknne Chronicle asks plaintively "Where is DeGray," Iiiii, iis yel
nu reply has been received. It appears
lhat llie gallant captain who sn
effectively "did" the people of Green-
wood, is wanted at Spokane forsoiue
nefarious business willi wbich be was
ussiiciillell. ll was rumored Ihal, lie
Gray had heeu arrested in Victoria,
lad Ihis has uul 1 n confirmed.
A newspaper Is shortly t" be published from Greenwood, and hnd it nol
heen fur Ihu annoying delay ucciisi.ined
liy Ihe difflcillly in getting' llie plant
freighted from Pelltlctiun, lhe Dial
issue would ere now have appeared.
The Greenwood opera house has been
converted into a priming ulliee. Mr
Harrier, one nf Ihc promoters, was,Formerly associated will, Mr. A, K.
Stuart in the Vernon News, The new
paper is to he devoted almost entirely
to Ihe mining inleresls nf Boundary
ereek.
(ico. McAuley, of Spokane, who
holds several thousand dollars' worth
ot Cariboo, Cainp McKinney, shares,
It stopping at ibe Palace liolel, Anaconda, lie expres-ed listoulsllllieill al
the extraordinary and rapid growth of
the new town, When lie passed
through lasl spring there were iin indications of Ihc change Ihal has taken
place, .Mr. McAuley was informed
tliat (lie brokeis in Vancouver were
asking lbe reason why Cariboo slnek
was quilled ill so low „ figure in view
ofllie large dividends Ihal are paid lo
shareholders, Mr, McAuley replied slff-
nlfli'iintlyt "Well, liny doil'l need In
hoy; they needn't buy."
 ► , 4	
MINING   NOTES.
Afler drifting nboul twenty feel nn
the Cupper llie ledge was struck lhe
early pari nf lusi week. The showing
is remarkable,
Charlie llendell has started work on
the Morliiucrin Lung Lake cninp, The
claim has a (.'mul surface shmvliig, assaying l?20 for all values.
T, Sullivan nod .1. Wiuilell nre opening up .villi very sullshiclory resohs
tl claim Ibey lm ailed aboul Ihree weeks
llg  llie llllllli Kellle rival. Illl' Coin-
r.ulo. The rock I'lllis ahout Hdper eenl,
in copper.
Mr. Wollaslon, surveyor, wcil up In
Lung Lake eamp un Wednesday In
survey lbe Alice. This claim was recently   purchased   by   lie   Lill I.
Fraser Diver and Cariboo Mining company, Developinenl ,„, lbe claim has
proved il In be all Ibnl  was expected,
nnd nssays run  well,   The same e •
puny Intend making further purchases.
Mr, Douglas returned from llie
Grown Point, lhe new strike ou Junius
creek, un Thursday, The claim is
proving ovell hci Ier I ban was expected,
The ledge bus been stripped in several
places, and lhe owners say il is fully
fifty feel wide. There wns a stirl of
capping over the nre which „l n depth
of live feel has Iur 1 to a fine grained
galena. It will nol be al all surprising
if one of lhe biggest ramps in Kellle
river center round James creek,
♦ ♦♦♦♦*♦(♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦ **++^**.<>*4>HM*+*+*^****+4>>4^<>******<****t+<>*********
J. McNICOL'^
Dkai.i'u in Greaxei»*a,l   l^Ce3*csl3.a,xs.dxse.   ♦
Agent for THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
PoWllKit MaOAZINE AT AXAt'OSIIA.
II
0
:
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA, B. C.
$<>»*•>♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦•;>♦♦♦♦♦ •»♦♦♦♦*♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »»•»♦*•>♦<> <*>♦♦•>«*>'»-><>♦<!»♦«>♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦
Thi:
John Thompson has put a gang of
ii in work no the Cnsinopnlltttn, an
extension ,,f, In- [ion Such In Smith's
camp,
!•',cl Shnnipicsl has been obliged to
slop wurk nn Ihc Deiiuro Grande,
inving lu Ihc waler which has accumulated iu lhe.shall.
J. I). Anders  II. A. Power and 11.
L. Turbid came ill from Russland last
week and made live locations between
Carson and While's camp.
Mr, Topman, representing a powerful syndicate of London and Edinburgh capllalisls, is expecting ou
properly in Skylark camp.
W. A. Corbet! is working on the
Lake mine iu Skylark camp. This
claim adjoins tho Lasl Chance and has
IWO leads, no., of whicli carries ore in
lhe form of sulphides, tlie other high
grade silver, tunning three lo four
hundred ounces lo the ton. Mr. Corbet! has succeeded in getting through p.n. CORRIGAN,
the hard iron capping whieh covered   u DENTAT SURGEON,
the contact 1('''"1' Graduate „f lho [loyal --'"'b'sc "f I"'"'"1
Ton, Walsh bus just completed as-  Surgeons of Ontario,
sessment work on the Mammoth nnd
Ihe Standard nil Prior creek, and on
lbe Whal   Pass creek.   Uolil the
Prior Creek claims have Immense
showings. The Mammoth ledge is belween 50 nnd (10 feet wide, nnd the
cropping is a rich decompiled rock
running high in gold. Thcicurc two
leads. The Standard ore Is pyrrhotite.
yERNON gPRING BREWERY
■VjeOHUffOW,  E,   o.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
_9—ta_.ayi.&tioa.m,
large antl well equipped brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beev, J&3.& -axa-cL Porter
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices which  will  be found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tiie Boundapy Creek Country
Honor Graduate of Toronto Uulvorslty.
-(U-Tiriv-
I'ounrl Block, Barnard Aveutfo, Ve riroii.H.C.
HUDSON'S BAT
nwin
m
mn
ESTABLISHED
1670,
XfERR BROS.
-"—BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Moat dollvorod at Hack Creek and all the
Mining Camps,
J. Kerr, R. D. Kerr.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
HOTIOB.
Tun Non Seen Mixkii.u, Claim.
Situate in Smith's Camp. Kettle River Mining
Division of Vale District.
WHOLESALE AND
» Retail Dealers ill dry
ootids, boots and shoes,
Groceries and provisions,! 1 miner's cortjncuio x,i. wau'.ns Si 'for
o, i . the Itciiiinlic Mining Co., Intend, sixty ilnys
wines, liquors i
md
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A  TBIAL   SOX.XOXTXXX3.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. C.
X»,  O.  Eojk,   -3*1.
ROCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
norm ov hook cubbk,
EX.   Plttondr-lg-lx,   BX-yr.
KlUST-t'LASS   ACCOMMODATION   eiut GUB8T8.
GOOD STABLING
•SrKxcollonl KtsliliiK on Kottlo nivrivM
_ ■      •    ug^gg__ftm____mam
H. WRIGHT
TAKE NOTICE llml I, Vi. T. Smith, fix*
i '
fnnn the dato Horoof, to apply to the Mining
Itecordtir for a cortillcato uf ImprovcmonU for
ilie puriiosoof obtiili.inga Crown grant of tho
alinve claim.
And furil,..,1 lake notico that notion, undor
Bootiori Hi. nnisi lm commonood boforo tiie
issuance, nf suoli cortiflcntc of Improvement*.
Oiitod this 27th day of May, 1SU0, 25
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato   of  Improvements.
nsrorriozi.
TlIK DUNDKK MlNKRAl, CLAIM.
Situate la Providence Camp, Kottlo River
Mining Division or Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK llml. I, James Sutherland,
free miner's certificate No. 80,'J1, nml
Robert   Wood, free  minor's   cortillcato  No
'IMS. Intond. sixty days Ir  tho ilalo hereof,
tn apply to tlio Mining ItccortlorforaccrtMcutc
i.f iiii|irnv(.iiii.iiis, for tbo purnoso of obtaining
n Crown granl nf tl,o abovo claim.
And ttlrili'cr lake nolieo tlml notion, nml
flection :17. must he commenced boforo llu
Issuance nf such ccrtitlcato ot imiirovonioiits.
iiaicd illis iiiih .iny nf August, tan.       2:1
AT THE-**-—
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C,
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
FREIGHTERS!
Purchase good baled hay at
Penticton. Finest quality and
reasonable price. To be had
at Mr.  A.   H. Wade's store.
®    ®    ®
R
O
N
rvr+trn.     mTTr
A*   H   Ii      1    ff"~t  s-i
FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Oarrylnn Dry (binds, fifoceries, Bnutsiind Shoes, Heady
Made Clothing, .Miners' Supplies, Flour Bacon, l.ard,
l'lc, On   Hand AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department has been added, where everything in that
line will be found.   REPAIRING   SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, B, C,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
j. J. -ttrxxxi-xx
rBOPKIIiTOB.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Dilloreru Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
•   -   Good Stabling,
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Though do not fall t,. take advantage of
this rallier limited opportunity, and
hnvo your Photo laken while ynu hnvo
Hint opportunity of obtaining n truo and
1 ® ® Per
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cortiflcato   of   linprovonients.
nokcxctes.
Tub Last i'iiamk Minbka,, Oi-aim.
Situate In Smith's Camp( Kellle Rlvor Mining
Division of Vnlo District.
TAKK NO! ICK llml I, \\\ T. Hlllilll, fruo
1 inliier'n coi'tillciito No, flNOI. -wagonl fur
llu: Iti'tmiili" Mmii k l,U, intond. -jm.v clays
from lho dato lioroof, lo apply lu Iho MIdIiik
Uoeorder fui-a cortillcato ui' Iniprovoinetila for
iin1 piirpoaoof ubtallitng n Crown grunt in lho
abovo claim,
Ami further lako notico ilm! notion.under
s"i'iiiin :i;, nnisi in- common I before tlie
liuuanooof mich eorllllcalc of Improvonionl*.
Dated thiK tfih das uf May, IMW, W
Ami a neatly flniHhud ploturo, J. II.
Slormorisa proflolont workman iu bin
produotiotiB of ni'l, und guarantees per
fed satisfaction, Cablneta only (5.00,
Boot and StaMeF°» -
MINERAL ACT.
AnanonUa, D. C.
RopairinsNoatly and FrampilyDone
(ii'iici-s by si ago A Hot ly at l undod to. Address
Anacanda Mercantile Cq'h Storo.
A~CARD.
I hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers of Greenwood City
lots, that 1 am, and have been
Improvomonti. for somc t;me |,,.,st| prepared to
give a deed to such lots that i.s
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloops,
I). McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Wnrk  KxooUtod tu tlio Satis*
[acl ton nf Customer,,.
■--■*     .      . -   - ^gau^uwMmmmmmmm
NOXIOXI,
Tut: Olio I,,:n,„{„ Minkii.iI, CUIM,
Sltllnto lit the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo District,
fAKB NOTICE lhat I, W. A. Corbolt. froo. ,   ,    . ,      , , .
1  minor's cortillcato No. shiM.iiitoiui, itxiy 1 desire to make known tills
iluvs I'l*.in lhe iluie Inri'iif. In apply til till- lllllll ',
!';:;"::;,i;i::::::,:i;;;i!!K';,'';;::;!';r™:it ■ fact so that a direct contndic-
lhe uli'ire eluiin.
And llllllli.. Ink lie.', llml adverseolnlm,
niii-t he sent' In tl,'' Hniil Couunlmlnnw nml
aclloii oominoncod boforo llio Issuance ot said
cortillcato of Improvamonts,
Haled ihi-l-i dor ol July, MM, ii
NOTICE.
tion bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be con-
,). VV. l.a-KKl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.■ A(   .,.,,,..,,
All Wol'll Wurranlcil.
Notice la horoby glvon llml the parlnortiliip
liorotoforo oxlRtlni* botwoon 11. I.. Maclt anil
N. Tholl, under lho linn nnnu, of Mark k I . , r
Thuii, in ti,,, initei iniBincsnat Anaconda, n.c, veveil to purchasers ol property
hn- boon illaanlveil. I'll
All aocounu oonlraotod by tho firm provlous IJ1 the above lOWll.Slte
loAugusI 10tli,18M, will bo soltlodbvN, Tholl, _.    -T-rTr\r\T\
i whin. Ill In flltltro conduct llio business,if llie Jf?      \A/CJ0JJ
MACK k Tlliil.l,.   ,
Ainicoiidu, B,,'., August lull,. IS',0.        IB    (ii','''ii«n„,l Cily, li. (.'., May IS. ISOtl.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is (hpCmitral Town anil Supply Point nfthtt Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps,   Frum Ibis New Town roads
lead to lho
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark; White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment,
For I'rii'i' of Lots ami Other Informal inn, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Boimd'.ry ('reek. 13..('.
Or Apply lo Agents,
C, F, Costkktdn, Vernon, II. C,
A.   K.  STUART,  Vancouver,   11. C,
d
l_^%__u____[ft&aJM:'^i^^ ^VJ&S
W. B. PATON
.*.. »-.*»*>>» ♦•>«><>>•>♦•.•)♦ „),„«,H„ ♦♦♦*->♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
.. FURNITURE..!
+**>*****0^'><t^'>t**'>**********************************
Gr3?sen._«troo«i  C±±y.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, II C,   -   -   -
PADMOKE & PEERS    -   -   -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
CS-KSO.   H.   ISFEIOXTXmXI,
BLACKSMITH   AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING   AND  GENERAL   REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C. 	
THE.
"T
^^_m_w_r\-TW%n-f%-^-n-<t_r^_%.
-ry-
PIONEER^ HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C.
We have just opened the above hotel at Greenwood City, and are prepared
to welcome (,'uesls and provide Rood areonunodntinii. Good Catering. Fii*st
class Livery Stable.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
FLOURS    4)FLOUR
r(*
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep tlle money in the dis
trict. Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G. O. SHUKSON, Prop,
FAIRVIEW, B, C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION       "~~       - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .
.  . G, E. SEYMOUR * CO., Pnppa.
. . STRICTLY  FIRST-CLASS
HlIUXTBD ON TIIK  Mlt.-t  11,1.11, TII  COI'I'BII,
j,k.nivalin, hkvi.hik. gbbknwood, Ijoxo Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
Like asi, Otiihk llmsi.uiv (,'iikhk i'.i.mi's.
GREENWOOD NOTES.
Special Corrospondenoo.
Buildings keep popping up, and a
general nc-ti-.ily in Ihe increase of residents, forestalling it second Rossland.
A gentleman uiih capital and hacked
up with more i.s looking an,und studying u good place for a eilstonis smelter.
Messrs. Ostrnski k Breslaw intend
I'lllTjhlg a huge slock of wines and
liquors in am..,.in,uinle the Increasing
trade of Ihu distriet.
llr. .lakes ivill soon become a reside,,! of (ireeuwooil, and when once
installed ill tlie hospital will be ready
for all scrappers and damaged individuals,
Fred Shuiiipiesl has struck il rich on
Ilis claim al Long Lake. At the hot-
loin of the shaft they ran intu a side
vein of extreme richness will,di Isahiitil
six feet lu ll illll) and looks like$(KK)
rock.
Mr. Fuller of Spokane is paying Ihe
lown another visit, He was here some
few weeks ago, He is bent, on securing a claim, us there is so inueli lulk
going on down his way ahout the
greatness of this district,
A Spokane business man intends
opening up in gents' furnishings and
hoots and shoes. The same man speaks
of a friend who will go in for ,1 feed
and supply store, He is very much
impressed with ihe situation of Green-
wood,
Mr, Tottenham, an o'd Australian
investor, willi a knowledge of milling
comprising all ihe known regions of
the globe, hns viewed a few of the
principal claim* around and speaks
enthusiastically, He has his eye on
two properties wilh lhe intention of
coming lo terms wilh lhe owners,
Messrs. Bert Crane and Lancaster,
who represent capilul, are about to
purchase some properties iu the Long
Lake and (ireeuwooil camps, the deals
nut heing actually .consummated we
are unable to give exact data. They
speak very confidently of lhe outlook
and vouch for a large amount of
capilul being invested in this districl
this fall.
 ► . 4	
STRIKE  ON  THE NIGHTINGALE.
slauh, J, W. Reed acted as secretary.
After considerable discussion n committee was appointed lo confer wilh
the painters ou lhe question of esli-
estimating on work. Altogether the
ineeling was very harmonious.
If there is one man in the camp who
deserves to ineel l.ill, a full measure
of success, that limn ir John Christie,
Few men would have shown, in lhe
face of lhe none loo encouraging conditions, the in,lmnili,Lie persevi'iT'iiie
nnd llle pluck which has enabled him
In develop single handed his pruperlles
iu Skylark camp. Mr. Christie owns
Ihe Nighliugale, ami four oilier adjacent claims, Musl of his work lias
heeu done ou lhe Might igiuale. While
sinking on this claim recently at. a
depth llf M feel, lle suddenly shuck u
laxly of sleel galena ore, from 5 III 8
feel, wide, assaying very high ill silvei.
lu fact il is alleged lo be the Skylark
ledge, and bolh from the position and
llie similarity of Ihe ore, this assumption is more than probable. Before
striking llie lead, Mr, Chrislle was
working lhrough while quurlz. Asked
how he managed In sink a shaft a
deplh of 51) feet without assistance,
Mr. Christie replied llllll he had a lad-
dee and climbed up and d iwn with his
buckets uf rock.
— *.. 4	
CARPENTERS DISCUSS TRADE QUESTIONS.
A ineeling of the Midway carpenters
and contract«rs was held iniTittsdiiy
for lhe purpose of discussing trade
mdttyi.;.   In lho abulia- ul 1', llcl-
FANCY GOODS..
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptaix Fire Insurance,
ED. A. HAIN  •  MIDWAY, B. C.
IW.
a
ANACONDA,B.C.
BVToas,
I'rimcit of
Beef, Fork, Mutton and
SAUSAGES.
•fry'1 tclivn-y wagon lo all town* and camps in
Hie neighborhood.
J
OB PRINTING OF EVERY    1
KIND AT THE ADVANCj
KV*M KWJtt*H«M!*^*m*\SM^"'   !**£H'*A'^lt*ABltiaMS!*aStt!KHt*i)
________B_fc
MIDWAY
^4UU^»»»*>»««l*i*>*»»<>»»¥^~^^Sr^s^g>^   SJJJi
wa   THE  FUTURE _(K
RAILWAY, MINING AND ||
Armstrong & Lawder
The Hardware,Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda,B.C.
W© Sell***»w-~
McClcnrystoc ranges, wood conk slaves, coal cook stoves, parlor stoves, box stove,
miners' camp stoves, or any stove you .vant. silverware, graiiitc.vnre, crockery ware
Klasuware, wooden ware, tinware of all kinds, toilot sels. hardware of all kinds
cutlery, forks nud spoons, Daisy churns, New Williams sewing machines, wringers
washing machines, window shades.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
That wore awarded the gold medal at the Chicago World's fair in IS1H.
Furnace Work,   Steam   and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines.
Wbat it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
At W.J. Armstrong's: One 21-inch bellows t plele, I Ill-pound anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 drill hummer, I liliioksinllh's hammer, 1 IH-inch drill (eiiliar ■;. * or one inch), 1 80-lllch drill (eii her}, ' or 1
inch), all for the sum uf $25, or anything else a miner Hauls, Jessop's
steel only used in thills. Mend your cash wilh lhe order. If you are nut
in the city send order for groceries, us It will lie lllletl. 1 will supply any-
llilng you waul.
Armstrong & Lawder, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
m __
| AGRICULTDBAL CENTER OP
m
The Kettle Biver Country 1
gfS|! Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
jftyftr For Particulars Apply to
K$ A. K. STUART,   on to   R. C. ADAMS,
tS_2 Midway, B, 0,
T. ELLIOT
General - Merchant
Fairview, B. C
Largest ani Essi-Assopted Stoek
-IN THK
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
 +__	
+
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
KTl._:!Kolles   <_   X^exxoixf,  Xi-tcL.
Victoria,   _t.  O,
AfiBICULTUBAL MACHINERY.
BOLE AGENTS h'Olt
Braniiord § Binders $ and § Mowers
THK BEST IN THE MARK! T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERMIN.
G. E*. Costerton, J?LfgQ___b.
!
•       Ul Ullli        1UU1U,
M.S'. l''OI.Ci Hilt,  I'UOPUIH'TOK.
1 c.
C. A. JONES
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTING
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
I'ltovntei.ti, SkciirtjUiv's Omni",
80th jut)-, um.
Ills Honor llic Administrator of tlio Qovortl-
mi..a of Hrltliilt Columbia lia. bosn ploasod to
appoint William (iiuimi M.-Mvss, ol Mid-
way. Ksqutro, to I..' a l!i.|,'iaii.n- nnilur llu,
"MarrlaKo Art" within i,„l for the Keltic
lilvor Milling Division of lho Yalo Kltotoml
Dlatrloi.
___.»—■—_.*—■—■■—■■—_—_■_■■_■
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AND BIMPLR METHOD
of matting sulphide orei, kucIiiu nickel,
j CO|)p(ir. piM nnd nllvnr orcfl. Ill l-iHiiiiii".
irhoro lend own nml fuels nro wnire uiidii1
111 oh I iiiiiiMtiiimlilc. mn pvrilii', wnler jnckchul
Matto Smeller linn been rcoognlwkl with hiKhly
MtinAatory resaltfl, and has boon thoronlnly
tcul ed on viu'iniis pvritjo, sulphide nnd iukciiIiIc
oren, In capacity nf'.' tn bo tana at ore per (lay,
It in tho iihihl practical, cheapm",, nnd xlmpleHt
mot hod of gold nnd Hilvur nro matting and eon-
ccntratiiiff thnl Ih known In-day,
It requiron no oxlrnorrtlnary skill, no lend
ures, no fluxing material, nnd nn fuel of nny
kind for the nmeltrr iift-tr it U started. Tlio
sulphur in Ihe nro Is iis natuml fuel only, mid
IU. cost him no ci>niparlno)i with any other process of concentrating.
Wo nro prepared to furnish nny size orca-
paclty plant complete to substantial mining
people, set it up nnd furnish mir men tu run It
for them on oany payments. Priced nnd R|>ccifl-
rntlonp furnished with references nnd testi-
iiiuiiiiiln mi application.
National Ore A Reduction Co.
Witt Cheltenham Avenue, St. LouIr, Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
-FOB-
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
!.,! 03RSS.
KALSOMINING
Grand Forks mitl Midway, B, C.
Prosreetops* Livery, Feed anil Sale Stables
Grand Forks, It. C, Below the Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Craln and Wood for Sale.
Teaming 'of All Kinds a Specialty.
I'lH'I'A III,ISU KI)   1HMU.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".lUIUU'.Ii;   FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
OtiK Specialties -Varieties Profitable in I. i-;sli Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL THKES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E, Hutcherson, Manager.
Ha-Ho, to tbe Boundary (tak lines!
 Till* (illAND FORKS, MARCUS ANI) MIDWAY   	
S~fc—ere   auii-cl   Eacpress   X_±__.g
Ilium Ilcl.v.'c. Marorni iind I ln.,,,1 l'*»»rkn dally, leaving Mnrcun nnil Oranrl Fork*,it 7 a. in.
Leave Grand FurkH f„r Midway, Mondays, WodniwdayB ami Friday,, ,it 7 a. 111.
Ijoaviw MI'way for Grand Forks and M,irc„K,'rucHdayfi,!TlilirwIayh„,„l Ha, nrdajfl. 7 a. 1,,.
GOOD  STASES RBA801VMIUI   XIAT:.X23
MANLEY * AVERILL, PROPRIETORS
Good Aceommouation and Molarate Charges.
Ifo C3_L_.es,e Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (lluss Acconmiodntlon.  Guod Stabling,  Terminus „f Singe Line
from MiimiB, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
,'ABSOX, KETTLE  ItlVEII.  II. C.
Situate in tiie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.      ....     proprietors
THE FASHION
vjp. SJM-f..!
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single unci  Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Genlle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VEkNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
ntle     , I    nd single drivers  md ■   Idle h rses.   liases
boarded b  the week or month,   Box stalls if desired   Horses
br ken     h; 'ness,  md horses and cittle sold on
commission
Dealer in h v   ncl grain; wholes tie and retuil.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
-  GRAND FORKS. B. 0,
W. Gardner, Proprietor,

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.advance.1-0309118/manifest

Comment

Related Items