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 Vol. II, No. 6.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894.
$2.00 par Year.
o
w. t. sn
A   alACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Ol'I'ICIi, ll.llix.lllli AVUNUE.
VKHNON, II. I'.
We always have on hand n well selected stock of  tlie  f
BRITISH  COLUMBIA'S
Pioneer poller jV-lilL
OIlHilX ,1X1) I'OIWATION .)! (101,11    spur in i|iinrlz veins, foril is an estiib*
I'-.l'"'. Ilislieil fuel llnil niii'.a. Felspar nml  iiiu-
philiole oa  iiugile,   are all minerals
.Auril'oi siiiinrf/, ledges ar" unlike  '""'"' "•' which tain be formed  apart
,   ,,     ,, ■■ , I nun    igncii-choniiciil    nclioil.     'Ibis
"Dm   CTItn» must ,,l her lcdg s, which nre crevices  H|„K1(. fact alone would go far In nidi*
KE.1J  O     nj\. \"m''' '"' h'ss vertical, caused bv roil-1 ctilt- the original million stale of thu
goods QOCHRANIJ! k BILLINGS, Irurtiun during tlrying, or by mcluni- silica or ipmrlss lodes.   Another tugii-
UAHIUSTISns, SOLICITOUS AND      ti •     u, ■    i, ,   ., ,       orphisui,.))'by clianical disturbance! '}"'"t I" Ihosame und may hn drawn
1 Ins Weil  Known  Brnnu  Makes'
n
8»
More Loaves of Bread to the Sack
from the fuel that Ihciiiiritrroiisiiuiirtz
'"".'"   lodes have exorcised,i muiiifoslliiettii.i-
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings
k
8u,
•J
niitaiiiks in in,ie.
OIHco: Qllniore-s block, liari.ard Avoiiuo,     "10.6  Loaves 01   Bread  to the back  suhsctpicnily tilled up.   ' nt walls or
VBHNO.Y,     -      . f, lliail any Other  Bl'UIld   on   ilie Pa.  I heir origin, n t-ioiiotill Ihesel'iu-ces,  easing; ihcv have doiic so purl Iv ill ll
Vt. II. COCIIIIANK,        • Khkii, IIii.i.imis     .„     _   J
— ■ cine Coast.
H   I,. UUGKINGHALK, M.I)., I  .11.
:    ' Edinburgh university,     SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE,
VERNON, ll. ('.
I1'...' i'ly mi  stair of  lliinlhiglnn Cmnily,
Stuekwell  Fever nml Sinallpox, (Jiieim Clinr-  llitllllfucllirud only by
Inllus bung-In. nml Vii-iiii'in   lln-iiii.ila   [or
Children,
of which «ec ii.ieilll cup-  niiiii'i'iilugiciil    sense,   hul    generally
I lair lm- lieen ii  iiieiaiiiuiiilii,' altera-
lion -a' granitic rocks, anil which liave
i 1 lia- rock,    lleiiec   il  is Ihal   uu
" n Ih  h li   ih it| |a    i I'.a  «.....' in  t|„. huiuediii e i intact  ul' lbe ipiar!;;
explain thi'iirlghiiif i|iiiirl!il..(li's,   The  lodes the schist or I'rugineiils nf u uru
ALL AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
\-r  E. GROWELL,
I'l.ll.SsnX ST., VrillNON,
OONTRAGTOH AM) BUILDER
Fairview and Vernon,
ft
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop.
Pleasantly Situated at tliu Foot of Okanagan Lake.
Stage Connection witli SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Was ington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits foi- Hunting; Parties,
fad  Ihal  ibe .,111111/. Inil,.,.aae ul' aa  is'encrnlly nan.- rn- less iniciii is or
,.,,,,, iillered  ml.,  llieir  liinimi I   mica,
I'herdnlelhiiiilhe gruuile, lorees a  ,.,,,,  .,    ■„„;„, ,   |)m,|,j|   ,„.  „,.
fnlurrvr-.!- n   FUue'    r( fiirlheriiivusligiilion.il  Ihe subject to ehini-ili', which has Invariably tinged
UOIVJIJlD.dPi   llOUnPig        ;:Mr In pcfiiid of Ihe earth's history  the  uiljoiniiig  ipiarlz   with   a   green
when thu granite  rocks, not having I'l '•   Among liiese minerals is ■ nt
,     ,,    . ,i     ,. ' *   nl-l'i' ■*--:! -.1 ■■■!  whleh   .-Inula llie
yulinndu their appearance, the Cuu* ,.;,,,..,..,. ,„■,,. ;i |„SI,   *|-|,..,,. .-,,,. |.lit
ENDERBY  B. C.  '"'"■s''"l''"n hedsweruslill lislurhed  few minerals found ut the contacl  of
■'■'■ '   '""'-'.. : .     lliesrllM llllll ipllll'l7.1'iick ,    Till,    IIW-
e.ver,  i-, only  niilui'ii], fin the Inter-
chiiugiug rocks were of simple chemical i unipiisition,
Auolher reason I'm' Ihe ingneiiiis "ti-
JMifls Go.,
lilt  their original   liiii'i/.nnliil  posil.loil,
WHP    O *LT  A TT7/f\Y3 Y\   D» /"*/W\    '       Mice and Store Fittings a Specialty.         Hi, HiHU'S. HiiliHAH.iH.i at Kit at at : while organic reutaiiis are   usually nt
. 1 .orlA 1 r UK1J ex LU. u w j^ns & ^****™^m i-a.-.-.™.-..,.- sr,,,,,,,,;  The
H. ••>'"■  • i ft -rAVin-ft V waste and refuse of this primitive cool-
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, Si If. N. 1AYLU.I, «{,   i„, ,,,,.,,,.', |„. ,,,„, |,'s s„,r.„,, u,,.,,...   g f the auriferous quartz lodes unli-
KKLOM'NA, 11. C, A,i ildiiosil.'.lsliiivlv nml i-i"iilnille-mil ivilh-   »'   "   '"   ''"'   ."eeh
ft miln ITllrtft^r.' 'Is   l11"-111'1"1"".? '-a I gi.iiiuau,i .inn nun
Plans anil .S|.eeliiei,ii.;iis iiri'iiiireil. nml csti-l}J4 T H ji IM    ItI1tI\'I' H.i'"»<   iulerriipli.it] in  horizontal  beds
nitites fiiriilsltoil on all klinls of buildings,          .j> Hljj liMlUJulkji W
C  II. LATIMER,
*
Sit.
VKHNON, ll. e,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Lnai'l   S ua. ar -%r o ry o X".
Mian. Anier.Sue. Irrig. Kngs.
T
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Kit
X
Kit
which   has   allitiiied    llu-  nnnrinotls
mused by lin- proi riisinn nf lliu ipinrtz
Ina- ih'einsi'lvcs, ll is i" !"■ con-
sliinllv observed ibnl lliu strain of if"
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"V" o x» aa c. aa
nf   Kllgllsll, I
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ft   A   t'llll I.i
HA „,„, Ami.,,an is.
JOHN A, (IOKYELL, A. M„ B. G. A. lAt »..„„.„.„,..„..
J Wv   PATENT I\!EuiLiNE!v, /Jy
Civil   Engineer, f drugs amd chemicals, 4
* Hi.  FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,       Hi,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOF1 at
Ihickuuss Ihuv now prusunliliiriiig Ilinl | schistose rocks aae mure or aaa.s cnn-
protriicled period   when peculiar ana-  Iw'ed. thai their uiidnrlic is vaiiahle
1   . '        , '        ,, ■ "I In III,-.'.-' Ill' in llir wesl, llllll ling*
mu'  ;l1"1  l,''l"i'11,   wncies, "11 as yel   ,„,„,  „,-  ,}i.*ni aie enlaiigled ill and
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
i  A...l.i)llte.|..lslli-sforll
,,v
Kit
<!> i. 'iv
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nml Sue-  *;^ ' <,(,.
vey Work, with Plans nnd Estimates,  'ft  Oi'tloi'sliyJInllt'oei'lveciirefiilAlteii- ''f
In Any Portion of tho Province, Immetli- '/^ lii)iiiiiiil(jul.'kl)lspi.icli. ij;J
alely Attended to. iii,
4t\
Sit
Maps and Plans of any Portion of
Osoyoos District,
if
at
VERNON,    MIDWAY.    KETTLE    RIVER.     Si.
Good Boating and Fishing.   Row Beats and Sail Yaelits for Hire.
X»J3Q"CJ:DM0E3   BROS.   &i   CO.
XSLXSX. O "W .1ST A..
singularly averse to organic life, were uii'tiiiuurphosi'il  by  the ijimi-Lis lodes,
al  wnrk.   While, hnwever, there are and ibnl in .'onseinience llie ailjiici'iil;
im upparenl sign ' mechanical ilis*  I'eoiinlry," lo iisua miuiug«'X| isitm,
,           ,    .                            ,    , is li'ut|iienllv broken iipinlolraginuiiLs,
I urbanccs during tin long period Ilia' 11 >i-i 11 i i t^-r .-l bVircia of couuningleil slnle
elapsed fl-tiui Ihe cooling.if Ihe earth's and sandstone (which may in- seen at.
surface to Ihe ilepiisiii I Ihe Sihir*  'he faui a    ... uu   1 non   mine),
"' :" "■':'                    I-   'an nml ■'. irinu       aa  -, il i.s I   be wh'Ul |hu ipmrU lodes nud  vein.slru-
fel'M' lie- -..lie- ei lllill "a  llllill'l   ,'linl llll-
iiresiinied  1,1ml   the  inlt'tnal   tgul; n i,   iLi ;ii   -a.,.   ; „   :l  ,,,..  ;„!,.;,.,..,.   j,
nclivily ni' lie earth's iriisl was iu full Unit lbe disturbance was caused by Ilm
force, so limt on I hu i T .sidenl' it, in liireilile prntriii-ioli of the ipiinlz Indus,
obedience to the laws of spi'cilii'   -a Kroin I in* above 1'at-l.s and tied iu'Iioiis il;
il;,. cheinical iiUfiii'tion and cenl i-il'u-j can therel'ore be maintained   llnil   the
...ai mi i ;-. .1 a: ■          . ! - ■ ' ■ i I' ■"   ol   -aaa gllllglll'of   I lie a lll'il'el'nils ipllll'l/,   lodes
iii ii uiolteii .iiii ;.. l. ] a in':. ;sol igneous origin, and mil tin result
uiollen silica(■oiilinu.illyiieeiunulal.ing, nf in.' gradual deposition nf iptnt'l/,
spreading a,a! pressing ngainsl ilie from a siliceous solution, In addition
liorizi'Uial (',inina.'-•',an.ia.i be.li !..:■- I" the positive argituieiits already ailing n long period, i u ll I'oived ils dticetl which bnse Iheuiselvi'son geo-
Hi way through Ilia soper-iiK'tiinlienl logical obsurvatioiis, lliere are also
,, i   a    ;■ negative ones, the result  nf llu- seicn-
aiiiixt am;
B. LAURENCE'S
Spectiiclis and Ey^^'l:;;?^ 9
Crir P    ODCLTM iltHAH.i^Ai1iH,i,niHAHiK'l,'','^ltKit   strata   in   nil   direr!inns;  ami   a
. UL D.  UnCuIN,        <K'iW|W|Wi><iWiWiwiwi?/;s$K1}^ iiliiniiliintly fviileiil, uinl .   ilie ci ...   Lilic dudiiclions,  which  lend   tn  the
lillll     nf  inis I'liaee anil III ' le a  nillec | .Sllllll.'   eiiiaallslnn.    Hlllrtillg   limn   Illl
Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E.
PROVINCIAL LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
JUST   .    .   .
Surveys of Every Description in the Lower
Country from the Similkfuneen to Cnuid
Dry UA Groceries, Ready-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc, Etc.; p™li,leImme<"ato*MmM<■<>■
Orders from the Lower Okaiiiignii will receive prompt attention.
Payment will be received either In Cash,
Stock, Produce or Labor.
.1.1'. HAAS, U.S., }■:. ,\l„
MINING   ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
OPENED
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JK1CES  REASONABLE.
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Miimifucturoi'H "f
Sashes, Dsops, Mouldings, Tarn-
ings, etc., etc.
All kinds nf Factory Work kopt iu
stock and Hindu to order.
The besl of material used.
Const cedar worked Into furnishings a
specialty,
Write for prices and discounts,
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in slock.
Sawmill on Okiiniigan Like, handy lo
shipment.
Sash  and tlnnr factory on ('. I'. H.i.il-
wuy ut Vernon,
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Samples for Assay From a Distance W
Receive Prompt Attention.
Aiiulytle.il   Chemist   and   Assayer.
(I I'll).   A. (H'KSS,  M. A.,
Honor Graduate In Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston,
All Kinds nf Asanys anil Analyses Carefully
und Accurately Performed.
Clll'e nf Sti'iithyi-e MlniMy; Co.,
Fairview, 11, C,
Tkhjis llnlil, silver nr Lend, caeli 51.50; (laid i
nnil Silver, St'j Xiekel. *1; C'up|ier, S'J;
Coppor, Gold nnil .silver, s;;. Other iii'leos!
in a|i|ili<-,'lliiili.
MIDWAY, E, C.
111 Large Stock of.
GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES
HARDWARE,      •
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
cf.costerton: J. MCNICOI
VKHNON. II. C.
■    yi..j.;-.--ai-.  JPoac
The Aiiglo-Colinnblai) Co.,  Ltd.,   Wholsalc
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nicholles k Renoiif, Agrictiltural .Machinery.
-A.s-G3n-L-&  K'c.i-
The Okiiiiagan-Spailiiniclicen Dists.
id •
W. C. POUND
TAXIDERMIST.
,
J
. E. MATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete.   Jjxtnt good quality and
value in all the latest pal terns fur
«Suits and Handsome Stripe Trouserings. §
Excellent Trimmings, Good Kit and Uood
Workmanship,
I cnn give Satisfaction.   A Trial Will
Convince,
BARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand ul Reasonable Prices,
LEQUIME   &   POWERS, Proprietors.
niii'ieil lu ils iictiiin, lliiil liie inn il established fuel that silica is soluble in
would nnil must chnose would lie,iioug wilier ami watery vapor during ils
any I'linlinii,uis antl ligln ■ a, ia il supnrnlion from alkalies, the Iirsl run*
diagonal, at times crua.-ing llie '-.a.;; siileral ions which present llicinsclvex
of llie schists, though generully pre- are iu reference lo Ihe supply of the
ferriiig loili'velop itself and egress lie- great (piaiilitj nf alkaline sililiules,
Iweeu the cleiivtigi'|)l,ines and divid- which at thai iime could only In- nl u
ing .-".".,: I-"!' ihi'dill'eri'iil shislose beds, j felspalhic lint uru. Now iiinlei-1 he then
lit,is we aae i'i nam d ill a more or less existing cii'ciimstiuices could ilm elior-
liofh'.ouiiil position, in al; directions,. moils i|iinnlilies ot water nr water-
innunii'ralilt Ilnkusanduxtuusivusheuts vapors nipiisite In dissolve the ini-
„„„   „   -_ nl iiiini'lz rock, nnparenily inlerslrati-  luense mass of (|uurlz  ivllieh  was lo
f* \\\ '! H n \ li ilciitioiis aa regiii'ds their strike, Inn I'oiiu lheiiununuriible(|iiarlzlodus nnw
•Uil i<UiJL~i "."'y ''Pimrunlly laicb, for they dis- existing, continuously Hud their way
tucll) ua,,a-i' tie untli'ilie ol ilie nun tIn- bowels nl Ilm earth.' Ilm
slulc rocks, lieing Ihickei' between the number nf Ihesu i|ii.ii'iz Indus could
schisliisc planes antl narrower when httiilly huaUi-ibutedloai|iii'..iisiigi'iiey,
inl.t'1'.'.ei'ling them, I'Viitu the ipiarlz as a solulitui coniuius no intrinsic forelock stnrletl ipinrtz veins, sonic run- ing power, and could, therefore lime
uing ->.iiii,.-l parallel with iindolhers bul eoinparatively few outlets, .Mure
perpendicular  in  iia  posilioii,   while  lliiiu Ibis, the fi'lspalhie nicks hai ing
oilier  veins  shol   mil   in   capricious  I n deprived  nf  llieir alkaline sili-
plnnus and directions, Thesu veins or cales in I'oriu silica, their would ru-
leii'ii'i". all lliiii and run mil iu com- main an Immense hulk of clay, and Ihe
pat'iitively short distances, especially disposal of this lesidtiary mass i- imt
such vein's ns cut nctoss Ma- stales ni nccounl ed I'm' in any way. ll ia- nulla' ii 1 iia- grciLesI a dslani'e -im-  uther weighty consideriition also, tlml
ull.-iiic'iiisly wil ihe upheaval by lie ilm formation of ipinrtz lodes by Ilm
granite rocks of Ihe Ciinihiii-Sili'irian dupositlon of silica, from an -iiiueous
slates in average niei'iilionul line, tlie solulitui would necessarily involve thu
approximately iloiizontal main iptari;; protliicliun of hydrous silicates, zeo-
lii'lfs were upheaved and placed mi lilus, hyalilu, opal, ete,, which nre al-
edge ailing with the schisl strain  by  ways presenl in Ilm deposits made by
litis general disturbance,   li (silicon- silice < llierinnl springs, us in geysers,
se(|iieiiei of tills change Ihal the nud indued all volconic eruptions in
i|itarlz hells are apparentlj iiilerst.rii- which there were aiitieims vapours.Jt
tilled, while iu reality they uiuinuruly isso in Imsiill, etc, There are all inin-
intei'secling. Tim positions having orals which auihenlicale ilm presence
lieen allereil, what foruierly was nr of walur vitpois at Ilm line'nf llieir
appi-ouchcd ilm liniazuiiial. Iiecnmi' forni.iLi.ili, anil nre to be I'.iillid ill the
ui'ipi'iidicular, anil viae versa, sn thai gangtie ni' many iiielallifuroils lodes.
Inn i;a a uai sheets of ipiiirl/. veins which Tlm nuxli|Uuslioii is as lo lliu inutal*
Inni been lniii''l hclweeii lliu schistoM'  liferoits ehurncler of llie ipliiliz lodes.
clt'iiviigi'snitd ililfi'ienl slrala iippeai'i'd  There nre bul   lew nu'lnls or  lallie
iisuhnosl perpendiciilitr ipiarlz Inil'.-, iniimrul.-, lo be I'ound in Ilium, lhey nru
Ihuirslriku being couforiniilile I" Ihe gnltl, irtrii and arsenic pvriles, the last,
junural   iiieiiiliiiiial   bunring  nf   ilm two iu soiuu iti.-l -us, in gru.it i|iinli-
sehisl  .'iinl  Ilm  coinciili'iil li I' tip   lies; uoppel-pyiiles, ..ina bluuilu, gill-
heaval. tlii.ii* underlie illl. rsccliiig I hul i'li.., nuilyhilunite, pliarinni'iisliluril..
of the slates lo Iho easl or lo Ihewusl, heiuiilile ur t;i,'iakii|il', and inalaeliiti :
Ihe veins whicli ran parallel follnwing ilm lasl Ibi-ui', h.wvever, aie oxygen-
lbe  main ran-,- ul lite ipiarlz foek.   ales and aru therefore to he looketl mi
In ipiarlz  veins whuru lliere  i-.  in ly in ininei'iils of secotulary fornia*
milieuublu  rn-  well  dullliuil  nil    in   liiu'i, Ihe resull of Ihe disiulegrnlii'ii of
eii her tllrecli  il   may   bu   inferretl   tlm   priiullive   minerals,   which   lire
ihal llieir nriginul ilevelopinenl ua- iirseninrels and sulphnrels, Tlieinin-
iiiiliil'ei'i'iiily. eilher norlli, south, eusl eriilsasceudedsimiillaueousl; with the
or west ; ntnl thi-. is precisely Ihe up- i|iinrlz; ami Ihe eiuileinporiiliuiius fur
peiini nee which nurifeniits 11 na rt z luile- mat inn ul ibe ipiarlz gangite, arseiiiii*
pri'senl in iialure lo Ihi' miner nml relsand siilphtirels the jon-ing up of
geologist', lliuyl'orui iuininieiirlilelu.il'.' llm-e iiiineiai- in a siibliniiiled slate,
ur less purpeui'licului'i|iini'l;', dykes and Tlm heal "I the molten silica would
ex I ensile i pin I'l z bells which sl'rike, l"ii necessuril) volalilize Ihe gold as a na
with I'uw uxcupiions, in an nppi-oxi- pur "i purple color, and would ills.)
mule meriillonal   line, thus diseliisiug  siibliiunli'  tlm   nrsuuinrels   ami   sill-
i  •««-        i a In view, mi  a gigantic scale, I hat  re-  pliurets which all viilal disable will 1,
General Morel" ant niarkablu pariillulisiu which, afler all. i,eiiigd"coinposidal a much lessluin-
is but a iinliii'iil 1'i'iiiiiie nucessuiily purnluri'lliiiti gold, air lining excluded,
i'iinsei|iielil mi lin- iilmosl iiiii.uTine i'hey are fotllid deconiposeil only near
strike above alluded lo, lliu surface.   Tlm-tie purple fumes of
Thesu auriferous qimrlz ledges inter- melallic cul.I nnil llie siiblhnaled rn-
.-.eel the sli'iitti uf ilm slate rucks,,-inil purs of liteai'scliinrelsand sulphurels
ui'e cased with walls of slate and siinil- nf oilier inelals, entering Ihe ipinrtz
slonu; lhey have the ipiarts vuins issii- giiugue, piirinealed it as gaseous va*
ing from Ilium in various diruclions: pors, forming veins, and streaks inter-
across Ilm emmlry as le.itjers, Hal lacing (lie giiugue ill Ihe direction of
veins, i'li-.  Theysonii'liinusl'oriulhi'iu-  its stretch, penetrating also into the
selves  iulu irregular ma.  nl' veins,  recesses uf the ipturls veins and lend-
a; ulImr lime.- lhey appear as massive  its, llle gold being precipitated io gold
liodiusol ipiarlz liiek  which dwindle leaves,  lilm, etc., mi  comparatively
into strings thai serve as llio rtnmccl- cnlil bodies, such us .he  sides of llie.
ing  links   wilh   sumo   other   man a/  lodes or entangled nieces of schist, and
rilocks, in I'ompunied by  tlm sulphurels anil
These  fuels go in show  ihal Ihel itrseninrets,   Hence we Hud gold in its
quiuiz lodes when forcing llieir egress nii'tallh; slate mixed mechanically wilh
iil'leu disturbed, lissiuit'd  nml renl tlm  iron and arsenical pyrites; sometimes
enclosing schi   *, the opening so all'eel-   ii is even jiercuptible in the naked uyu,
ed being inslantly llllutl by thei|iiitilz.  at oilier times il is inn, and it is also
stone, thus giving rise to those capri-i found  uiixeil  with galena  ami  zinc
ciotis Irregular or zigzag shaped vents,  blende,   Indeed il Isscnrcely possible
,   |     i,   ,,■ i wliieh an'' l'iei|iii'iiiiv iiiei  uhli in un-  tn  Ibal  eilllei' of this i two minerals
1 ' "' •' vl ''' ls • dergrouiid workings, ! without at llle same tune finding gold
Watches, Clocks aiid Jowell'V,       Iinl I here are other Ihon the cosmic  ill coulnul with I hum.   HI thu miner*
i      ,       ,      ii i, „ i j geological condilitins nientioiied which it's eniin.e.aled, iron and iirsenieiil p\-
I'. AliKII.N  All'.M'.K, 1 R1NCIPAL. Spectacles lllld prevailed al lbe time nl Ihe mi-itt o   ritasnrc found iu large .inutilities in
Silverware.          : n1'"*'-* l",ll'>';:lhl ' 11<■ >- also eipuilly in   the quartz giingue; hut copper pyrites,
, i ii- ni  llie pliilonic t'liariicter of this galuini  and  zinc blende nre  seldom
RLPAII'.INC A SPECIALTY.         (|yK(, (-,,,.,,,.,,;,„,,   rm|,,,. ti,|s |1(,ml |s  fnttiid, and limn in InsigliiHcailt quail-
VKHNON, H. V, to be reckoned the ocelli' eeoffel- lilies.   Miniiigand Jlnrket HeportPl'.
IIIIIIIS,  AM1IAI.S  AND   |.'1S1I   MOl'XTKI)
IN APPIlOI'ltlATK STYLUS,
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The l.iiiiiieii k Lnncnshlre,
The Insurance Co, Of North America,       Ordi
The London ,N Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loin. \ Investment Co,
The Dominion Riilldlng k l/nin Association.
Native Birds and Heads Kept for Sale.
liy  mull ri |vu  |H'nni|il  ulleiillon
Miniiiiini,' lleiiilsnS] inli.v.
VERNON, B.C.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUOLiIC,
SliOANE-PAINE-BICHMOND CO.,
Tlio bowling
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL
GROCERS
Of tho Northwest,
Spohaiue,   TVaali.
SOLE AGENTS FOB
Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas.
Anheuser-Busch Builweiser Boor.
"Diamond" Creamery Butter.
Write  I'm For Trices ihi  Anything lo
Kill or Drink,
SLOANU-l'AINl'l-lilril.MOM)   CO.,
iilll-lllll KI'OKANt-:, WASH.
G. Arthur Rendell
BOUMDARV f'ALLS, B.C.
A Pull Slock of
DRY  GOODS,
GRO013KII3S,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
ALL   AT   THi£   LOWE8T   PfllCES.
J. Kerr. R. d. keri;.
Kl-:i.'lv; Rl^< !S..
BUT( 'II la!*;s.
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Vernon Private College. , .em , ,,-,
u       Milling t'liuuia.
•k uinl lib llu
VERNON, B. C.
SEN!) l'-oil PROSl'KCTL'S. THE ADVANCE,    Armstrong iwpbnisgs.
il'iiaa ia,, ,,v || cnrresnotiiloiil,]
bti AiiTs N'oiims.,
Well Assorted Lines In
agggggagi BagBBBg .^r^,rwr,^l?r^,rTiyr^^K-iya^!.,lg-'.rriJtfg
Ai;Mr-Ti'nVii.  Nov. *'>:.   Tin1 council
■:"::;„:.:;.Ji '^Ti^TWS F^CY WW ms> mLS-
;„,„l,n„,- ,:   ,;-„!-|.M„-l,.,ll,).'.irb iMl'a     lam   llle  lenders l„r the  l.il|ll  |or       '        "    •'•-■- > -
I'lliiiiinl llle  iiliserilii'i'.
Ailvi'i'lli   a Units -cnl on ii]i|i|li'iilinn,
Tl al,  'I , Illllllia nf Till: Al)j 'a' .   ,1
lllllllS  "|"l!   .'"I'  lllC   llii'll-ll'll   uf  I'l.l'l'l'.-   ".
' ml,]... inter.* I and ilia.ail'lillii'i . lie ll 'I 	
f.,. i,-:I\ i mini'-' .un nf llie u|ilnii)i)- oxtH'c (si '.
'; ,,,-,-,..,,',,,i.i ' ii'|,eisi)iiiil naiiii'i' ell ani lie
A KDNKSDAV   lll'I'I'MIIKl;
iliieli purposes, Thu -Siin Life .-issue-
une Co.. lieing the lowest, gol tlm
bull'!--, ill SHU llllll S;il per emit p„|';
nnil n tn.
Tlm council has laken uver tin- [,1111s-
ibiuiie eenielai'v frt|ii| Ilm Iruslees and i
ini .'tills keeping il ii, Iinl Ier shape lh;;n |
lll'l'i'iliifule.
"niH INTrl'rtNATlONAL LINI'l.     ! ?»  4.'msU-ong   l.iferitry W-ity
slil|'lfid up last I'liilay  night   Willi a ,
iniihlcal i'i)li'i'laiiiiiiniil.   In two weeks
In our issue of hist week a letlerap*  lhey are going to have a heavy (lebafp
: I calling nllentlon In Un- ueces- on''FreoTriiilc for ('uuiidii,1'
-iiy nf a in.w survey lieing in nl "f ih"     Sirs, tlouli]  died  very -iid.hiiily nl I
inlurnalioual line along Kettle river  liuilcrby on Sunday Insl,
uul ihuH.i.'k i'i -'■.'. lunge,  Thai .''.a-'
CLOTH BOUND BOORS,
1   CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOORS.
foms CjarcU in Qreat Variety.
T. ELLIOT
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B, C.
Keeps the Largest ;im' l^est Assorted §tock of
Al] $ew Stock and Prices to Suit the Times. Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &ft
S2S3ITH   9BOS.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Vernon, B. C.
nny place1 •south of Vernon, and sells on terms to suit the limes,
Cheapest Place to buy for Cash in Ihe Oknpagan Country,
FULL WEIGHT  AND MEASURE ASSURED.
33. c Oj&jes.gb::eiX« ^° co.
ARMSTRONG, IS. C
BAN ^MONTREAL'
CAPITAL (nil paid up) $12,000,000,
REST     6,000,000.
s [muh!c i- lin'.ile to ensue when Ilm' V.. j    '   .    '      M. ._:,
ilville  reservntion   in  Ihrown  open |} *W>?\ S J'1 USIC
IE
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
li  i,Mi\,'t- iiii   wiili  Ihe  lav of tlm   *""   -"""""r>"  "««»-i            '"j  v	
' '"'■>• liisr..s„,u-,.-us, on Hound- PEanos and OrganD-Easy Terms Deak,rsin Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware,
rv    iiimiiilniii   ami   between   a yeis  Shoot. Music, &c.  Special attention riven lo ,-, -   ,.        .   ., . .    , . •  , i„,\-,ii,  ,   am i   i> imv  rt.-.i   t,'   i\iii-\iM(i\li VL-e-Pees
reek a,,,! ,l„- slope of iiock| i U* {.lot|i.n- ami Su,>,ilies of .il 1 kinds.   A specisdt) |sraD0NALDA'^^
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portpaii & Landscape Photographer
VKHNON, 11.(1.
WS OF THE  DISTRICT   FOR  S.^LE.
MARTIN BROS.
made of Home Cured
II .\ \\ S   A N p   BA CO X S.
Write for prices,
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
B-   S3.   CA.X^Sr~-X.X.   &,   CO.,
AJXSO.STTSt.OTSS<3r.
lauasii lliusi; l-'uli
.'reek   mountain   especially    it    ia
11        llillil'llll       mallei' '   In       lillll       Ilm
esael locution ol tin, iiitcrniiHouiil
inn-. Tlm cause, us explained by
mir ciiri'i.'spiindeiil, is thai two sep-
itritle lines were run by Ilm engineers
nf lbe British ami i'. S. survey pnrlies
when tin- line was Iirsl surveyed, nml
these tun lin.-a ilu nnl agree.   In -. e
eases Ihe perniiiiient iiionuiilimts Blip-
po I'd In mark Ilm location nf tliu
boundary were placed mi lbe one line i
anil al other points uu the <|llp r. Al
the lime »lion Urn lum waa run I lit'
country it'ran along high mountain
ranges ami pari-ow intersecting valleys;
was doubtless considered In be prac-
tiddly valueless,   It may even ww bo
(•lllisidl'l'lill   t'i be   lillle   belter   lllllll   11
howling ivililei'i a by ilm Dominion
authorities, but   considering the  fuel
ibal stii| f ilm be>i mineral leads
vei  discovered   in   British Columbia ^
traverse tlm line in ilm srclinns nbuve    'Ar©3£,:tt2.0:0., J3. CJ- HA
Illellli il, mill Ilia!   Illi-  fuel   is   well i\i, -    ■
known,thai Hm mineral i-r.siiurces ..i'1 GRAND   PRAIRIE   Ti Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps &
ltATIaOK INTKUKST AT PRESENT 111 I'fllt CEV'V,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLER
Hardware, Stove, fin-
ware, Paints, 01
am
at at at at at at at at at at at •■■ati't-iliAliil^IOliiH^lVl^IdiJliili!,^; Branches jn London, Mug.. New York and Chicago, and in nil the principal cit',t"r
■Jj?>;«;f>;«;«j?V;> <jf /■> <if fSrft ft"\-ft ft ft ft ft ft 'IV'.* ft ft ft ft ft i      iM Canada,   liny iiiiiI Sell Sterling Gxclliuigo und ('able Transfers,  (Irani
commercial and I ruvellipg credit.s.available in any part of the world,
Drafts Issued. Collections Made to all Points,
50.
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W. T. Thompson
iiu.ixi'iuis is nurrisii I'lii.t'Miit.i:
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW "WESTMINSTER,
VICTORIA
Vernon Branch
NELSON
B. A. HENDERSON : Manager,
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DEALER IN
Wulffsohn & Bewicke,
"{ftl (LIMIT I'l 1)|
Ibankers * *
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liIl.iNli PHAIHIK, ICETTbE IIIVKII.
tin' lower Okiii).|g|in am! Kettle river
nre liuing opened up ami |"U In practical use. anil Ibal lin- llriiisli side nf Ihe
line is lieing rapidly settled up, It is
certainly ti I hat Hm but ury line j LlQUOPS anil UgHI'S
i|iiestion should iitii-e und for nil be Hit-
ally seltl.'.l, 'I'll.' I", v.liiinnf ihu southern hnmidiii'y uf British (lolumbiii is
surely n inore iinportillil mailer Ihiiii
of Hint between the uni'tliweslei'ii portion of the Province and Alaska,
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Ready and Custom Made Clothing;
Boots a. i. nhoes Drugs and Stationery
Hardware Stores,  Tinware,
.     liUtjJ LMdiillllg, TS Ag-picultural Implements,     Miners' Supplies of All Kinds. $
IS lllaASONAIil.la. TS ^
Financial, Real Estate, Insuranee k General Agts,
HANKKItS AXI) CDlUiKSI'ONDKNTS
h'OH
McLAREN BROS., PROPRIETORS, 'ft
HA
lll.A.'KSMITII   SHOP   IN   CONNECTION    (|)
AN I'M'All! OH I Illll.
Hinges Leave every Monday nml \V
for Jliiiiaia. Wash,
liBank of British Columbia
  ^ A Soacialty Ma^ of Dipoct Importations of Scotch Goods. ^ t   . . 0. .. .    ,, AU   , T        tf,,
«ines.i..y|^ A °H    J v 9 Agents for Sale of Lots on tlie Aberdeen .«•» Lyons Estates
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W.T. Thompson,
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IPAXft^JCB^Bir,    JEJ.   O.
TC-KJIKE   KES
On our fourth page will he. f|l!i||d ;; , „_^ __,_^_ ^ -,w
lelli'i'l'riini NlaMiirtr;:,V|iigalli,ii|;i.ii l||i(    '       ,ERA!y   STORE Hi
the 1,1'iler ;er, i.ily iniiile by lbe jiulinn , IIOCK CKKKK As.
Agent   nt  the Colville reservntion tq «fi
,,,....        ,,     ., ... ,  i       Mlnerii'Sitnitlitw.   AlsoCluncfio(Iiidub, ---
iiiipiitiml all animals Iriint lbe  Brillsh
side  found ranging in Ihal territory. |'"()R   S \ I  I''
That official, when he made Ihu order ... ^
; ,,.,,,.„,  wasevldi'iillv aeliiileil bv   TN TMI- IIKST bOCAI.ITY UN TIIK VKII v ,
iu ipu slum, w.tsniil,iill\ ai 1 llllll ll 0) | |   non Tinvusile a few acre nml li.ilf-.ieiu T ?
lm feelings uf I'rii iiill i lies--I.i sell let's nu   luis, oitliui- fur tin lillng ur gniilenliii/, ; . ,
 ,„„       .lla.lya.llll.iilliieiil'li, » ifi
I-'. .HUMAN MKYEU, HA
NOTICE.
As.
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;|WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
'If Don, Hoube, Bn.i.iTiiii Sthhist, London, England,
TS VANCOUVER, B, C. and   - VERNON, B. O,
9 J0HANN WULFFSOHN Managing Director.
fi Vernon Branch, G. A, Hankey, Managec.
Kit '
TS li gsggggBBg-asgBgBsa m   ■'-
s's
Ihis side uf ibe li,ia,   Should, Hip order
be kepi   ill    Iniee  jt   W(il|lt|   be   Well ft If
riiiielu.u'.a un tne Canadian side Io show
llmir ;i|inree|iiliiin nl Ilm spirit iu
which ll iva- imi;l,', by petit inning tlm
uiilhiirilii'.. mi mil   nun  territory In
J Us lemon Livery
i-Kii,. ii siniibie une    Thai lbe Iniliini    TMiK >'PT'i''K "nit. I, Kit, Kllim of Kalr-
|sslli* tl si ,11 iiiii.    Ili.it lilt   111. |. a,i,M   j     ,„,„,(„ ii,,.!,,,!,.,,,,,!',!,!,., Ii.l"  inienil
, if ihe eastern port ion of Ihu CnMHu' i<> apply li. the li'miil nf License ConunfAslenors
, .    Billing at (Isnyous I ie Sill liny of Decuinhor
I'l'servnliuii ul lensl dniw llifllr prlnei- neX|   f,„. porinlssl.in to transfer to Thqiiin*
, Wils
■ell lieer. ivine  mill  nil).
ftRMSTFONQ HOTEh VICTORIA HOTEL
t-fife
pal  sii.ii'i'i'  uf  livpliliiiinl  bv  li'iiding  I'llli'it a license lu
I , ,     , , ■   ,           .,    Inlnsli'iilliig nnil fei'notileil liquors now lieli
Willi   Ilm si'llli'l'S un Ilm British side  hv me fur iireinlscjkiinivn us the Ooldon Gat.
I'uiinot be denied, and if an unl'rieii.llv  ''"'.IM In"he .loKllTvritl."?i',(l liiffi ,   .
ii i plI'M li l| lulu' Mr in,, iril  Willi  llilji plUIUJ    /*,.,,.     i nnmiminrli
miinule .(, ii,,,!,. pi'incipnl supporters ami >'- a. b- bmniily,l«;o o  IW'iitJesiy's, H°otl At'onnimoiH
' ,    .   I        , .     ,      ,     ,, ,    .litsllees of the Pence fo|'sqil.l(slr cl,
is going In be iiiilulgi'il in  by llie ( ul- isi-ueili     I''. It. KblNE.
villi-  Indians,   ranchers  n'ptl   mint-is Xi'Vi'i"1""1 W,l«n.
north nf tlm line wuiild do well In keep
llmir li'itde well within llieir u,vp l.ui'l'i-:
lory.   Tlm  people  "!'  Nr mil   Priilriu
especially, who,  ntil pply  have ol'lun
ill   the   |','l-l  all.i,Vei|   lllilulll'l'luSS   Cllll-
villi. Indian cnypsi's und calllu in eat
off iimir uiuiar Hinges, iiiiil whose RqgV  Cre,-'k   Polling Division, Eas,t
ii'iulelia-been aim..ai laiiirely held by     Riding Electoral District of Yalo.
lbe slure   mi   Ilm   reservation lo   tin-
delrillionl of ll nu existing m llli'ir   A  COIMIT OP liKVlslt.N AND AI'l'KAl.
own valluv would do well iii I'lpiiri! i,> " "'"u'f llll'.„",As';l'Tll"'l,llnA''1;,1'^'' :	
'      iuiH'llil|lli'|il-  mil lie linlil (ll   l|,e lliilertmieiil
pl'iilll bv I bis I'spuriencu, ' nlllee, llsoyiios, an Weilnesilny, 'ihe ,ilh d|iv of
., ,< ! I Dinner, Ml, nnil nl hiliinimlan's Hull, JIM.
..,,.,.        «ay, .ei l-i'i.lii, q,,'Tthilii; i.( llaei'iiilier, pill.      |,ivc,.y |„ (',„i„eell,iii.
I lie dreaded disease  diphtheria   lips  ul Ihe h «i eli'\en nelui j; p; |||oforc mil
niinle  iia appeai'iini"  al   Kei'ia is  ||i  "'"' "I'fjiJJali     |i'|lANK 3(|cH0WAS
the family of Air. !•'. Surprennnt,   On Jmlnoof tlio t^urt of  .1
II    Kl'.I'lCS,   Prop.
il tun,
Best Llipiors und Cigars,
First-Class Slaliling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
ENDERBY HOTEL
VKHNON, 11. C.
McAuley & Grant,
EPS-nil?.
SiSK
W'Bp'
PROPRIETORS.
KlliS'l'-|-|,.lSS IN UVUIIV IlKSl'KCT,
CUAItlllaS MlllllatlTI
II, W. WIIIUHT, I'nnr.
ENDERBY, 13. C
BOUPABY FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located In the Boundary Creek
Mining Camps.
IIKST OP MtJUOnS AND CIIIAIIS.
CIIAISIIF.S MDlil'III.VfK.
ll„ving taken over the stables of Gallagher & Stevenson, and thoroughly p.yer
hauled and refitted the premises, 1 am prepared to nu'et the deiniim\s,
of Ihe public.   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double nnd single) fo,r public use, und also a good lot
of well broken i-jwriage and saddle horses.
Tourists desiring to sou the country would do well to. cjll.
Good Single Drivers,
Good Saddle Horses,    ■
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses,
Horses boarded by Ihu week or month (box s tills If desired).
Horses broken In harness, and horses and eat lie sold on commission.
Punier in hay and grain, wholesale and retail
Cornoi* Of Llifjaioii and. Tronsou StreetB   ^
W.GARDNER, Pnoi'iuiiToit.
Oppusile W. II. Jlegiliv'a-i'uii
I'lisl Ollleii lies 1ST
I'-irsi-i'luss ncruni ilntlon  fpr iviiiiiieri'liil: Mjitlnu Men I'oreonnlly Condticted I.i Any of.'" IvihibIohI Inula nml to l)oniilo(j,
Nirrn.  Tills slnlile will lie run slrletly Iirsl-eluss in every piirlii'iiliii'.  My ilrivers ..re nil frog
anil goalie disposition, iiu.l Lliu n,\ojl ilumlitu stock Urn iniirkel e-pi protliicc, Suuuial attention
Travellers
Friday hist (lliu lillle oliu fell a  vlelini  (Inver au Olllue, Qso;
In ih.- dreadful nialiulv whilsl two
ulhci's lay siek iiiiln death, As limn-
is very little doubt that ils tippenraiicu
al Kel'i'ineiis may be nltrilaileil  In   llle
fuel that muliibet's of this family inline
iu eiiuiaet willi llie disease id Flip- j
view und tt'iiiisiiiiileil il lu iis present
lntiility.il would be well if the provincial aiilhui'ilies iiisliliiles a strict system uf i|ii.'it'iinline. such as bus been
llllli Naiii'ihlii'i', tslil.'
A,!«;V|; it-Lt.,   ^
M$$s$$
ill'l-i»lol..Illll A|i||i'i|l. |    lllllltlllg nml Kisliing ill iilnuiiliuii.!' Iliriiugh
(Ills lllstl'ilit,
Pack lliiives nml Gullies furnished, to Sporpi*
ihiiii nil i-liui'lest iiiitiee.
Qll.lU'RTS RESORT.
OKANAGAN LANDING.
Notice of Licensing Court,   \mm mmjmm
idnple.ii liv llieiililltnrilii's nf thu Cil v I vro'l'll'l':  IS  I1KHKHY   GIVUN" that   n
ifvi'i'imn. Ti.e.',.is,„,,*,.si,i..Hi ......ii- .ni1..Vix.,^.iX";,.,,f:?y::^ivWri."'Sii/u.
■nl man (,, this par, of the dist.riu.,,ii,d : ffi^%«ffl^^J^
be Indiiiiij, sinne  ul   H'hulli lire   relit  olovcmi'oloukIn thefovoiioon,
mill-of
lives of lb; family, are. a niiiiioi'diici I govkkhment Okkicb        "'     "!W'
body on tlm Similkaiiii en, und are en-'     Prmynoij lai November, 181)4.
Ii,"lvi'1 nn'mureynflhudisuase,   Thefc COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE!
state ol aliiitrs uiny lie iinagined, whpn !
il is stilted thai limy are wilhoill  any '
pf tlie nei',ii,s,iiy means or appliances OsOJ'OOH Division of Yule  Dis-lln the Hatter of the Licensing Act and
Tllli||iil||ll|.V OOMKOIITAM-J,
- HVei-.'bves -
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
NOTIGEr
to eiiiiiliul |llu disease, anil are al llu
same time ignorant as in Hie chiuncter
pf the complaint with which lhey are
afflicted. Mr, W. Bullock'-Weoster, as
soon us the. fact wns bniiiglil In his nu-
tici', proceeded to, iuvostigate ami will
nodtitlbl lose im I'.i'.ie in bringing the
tiialler In the notice nf lbe authorities
If, how.-ver, nn inure rigid measures
are adopted than have been resorted Ini
Amending Acts and In the Matter of
llio. Application  of Thomas  Elliott to
Transfer  H.I5  yoenp t0  G?orge J.
She?,|i(in,
triot.
All plnrot'clalitisand lease liolils in ihis ilis-
life! legally huh! uiny he laid over from tho 1st
of November, 1MH, to Iho 1st of J , isnv
ia a. 11.1.AMHI.Y,      ! TA¥> y°W;Mi \ 'T!""rv !?'"»'<?'
,,. ,,11,,      -i ,1    Wrviow  in the n.-ayi.'i 1.   Villi', 11.(.,
n«°;;n, s' >\          '"'I'1' " Nonor.   : i,,,,,,,,! i„,„,,,iv' Hi (lie Uoir ' l.ieeiise Com!
27tli ij'li'liev. ism. 1 imssiiivj.raajti'htgiit'iyiyiMis mi tin- 16th liny of
"   Pocciuuer *exl tor liorliilsslnii in Irnusfer In
b'()P   S\l  I' George ,1. Shoelnin 1. llcciiBe lo sell beer, n-lno,
1 v 'n   J'. u •' - ! 1 tier Intoxicating inni tonr.outotl llqu'iire
I fit! inrnc nf I'llirl      I'l Mnnrlnur    now In! .1 by mo luf in'cinfscs Biltiiiied near tlio
I OU ACreS 01  LUlla.   A.l PlcaClOW.   ••n,.,,,,,,, p;.,,,,- nn,,,   and thnl 1 have caused
notice ot iny qnnlfcntlon lo lie iloposlto.l with
11. (I.siilley, I'lai,., iiiiiI .'.A. It. Ijiinlily, Esq,
thoCiiiuiis. nr Horses Furnished,
THQMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OV IIOCK I'ltK.I'X
I'uisT-Ci.Ass Aecu>.jion,i'i'i„x  Kim (iinsrs.
GOOD STABLING
itil'Kx'.'.'lli'itl Hailinggll Kettle llivcr„icii
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
I.Nuxl In Mr. Elliot's store,)
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
a, All kiuiis o( heavy teaming prprnptly ^iumuU'iI to,
— m——m^>Mmmmm2mmmmmm ii .wtjw wmw —i»—W m im ■in r r -mi- miM-
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
ViotarlE
AGRICULTURAL
SOLE Atil'IN
Brantford § Binders W and i Mowe,r§
TDK BEST IN TH'I'I MAIIIvET.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows, &c, be,
WfMIKHOUSK AT VHUNON.
O. 2E", Costie^Hboxii, jflLgfearij.,
Victoria,  Xi. O.
SOLE AGENTS KOlt
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
jit Fuirvii'iv it i- safe In say llllll   the   pETWEENRIslynnd i-ovonty AcresC'lcnrpd  im,,',i'llei Miijesiy's Justlcos'of thePotieofor
disease Is liable to develop in Ihis ease' L>
Into a regular epidemic.
I liriiineil.  Six miles front Camp lie- the said district
j.  Hue Mile fi'inn wni-i'iin niiiil, (Signeill     THOMAS Ebl.IOT.
lieilv ADVANCE Ol'TJCK        Nqveinheraril, Isiil
Armstrong SasH and Door Factory,
AI.I, K.tNpK OP
DOOR?, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETO.. ETC^
Manufactured on the Premises and Kant in Stock
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
'' Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C, MAKK1KD.
Felix, a half-breed, bus been commit-
COHRESPONPENCE.
AIM HOPS AN-j BOOKS.
iled fw trial at Vernon for stealing
J,.iwiu:.\('i;-MrrcuF,Li.~At Vertion, on Kriihiy,;,        ,        ,,,   ..   ..,,.   .,
Nnveiiilierlllllli. Ihe Km-. Mr. Wood oltleiu-   hogs livltl Kr. I . Oruclc.
I'nllie Editor of Tins Advance: ;    Coiinn Doyle stands as high a-any living !
Sin   I bear that   Mr,  Ooryell has novelist to-day,either jn this country or j
FOB SALE CHEAP
ling, W. II Lawrence to Mra. It. Mitchell,,    .. ... ...
Illllli nf Vi-l-nnli                                                        !      "III-           l.'Ukl-.         I'l',!,', Ill I'     jrJOl     loin ill I'.lll'illl;',      III  S SX feet tWII,
niilii or ii.non.                                               .,     •       .                , drawn   up   a   pli I  Ihu new bridge      .,    „    , ,      ,
aViutAMS-Enou-At Pontloton,on Thursday, uiontW iinj.riwinmi-ij,'. tor (Winning un    ,    , ' ,   ,  llwi „ ,,,       Mr. t.liulstone has proinised
November29th. the Hev. Fmlier Mnrochul' Illicit whisky sliil nw Vei'inm.
officiating, Mi; Jnlm Williams to Miss Josephine Elinlt.
DI I'll)
AitMs'riios.i- At Vornon, nn Friday, yovom
'     her aril, Itoborl Aril
(leiirge Arliislrnng, I
Thomiiaiin. Knirvieiv
view is agi.ii, open to llie public wi.Ui ||m. ||n|i|U ;m(i t,w( .( ,B ||u, i|1|(,|(ilin years of age was an apothecary's clerk il
Mr. D. A. Cawictallu attendance, n|.||insi, ,.,„„.,.,.,„.,, }u lta ,„l,sll,,,li„„ Skien, N„nvuy, when |,e ivmtc his llrsi
■  ■■" , , a ■      „      The rii;.)ij  between llie months of to raise the centra) pier six feet higher     ,;,',,, v.„., , ,    , .,,- ,  ,     ,   , .,,   „ ..   T1   .„ T ,
her iinl. llnlii'i'i Armstrong, hnnlier nf Mr.  ,, , „ . ,    ,     , „, ,.,,,,, I ii-lil .Marshal I.unl vt ul-el-;, -.vi-iile In,   Both   Ihiaa   1
Hearer Armstrong, Nieoln, uinl Mi*. W, T. ] I upper WW Prior elveks has I n com* Hum | ]„. cenl r.al pier nl the old bridge. iii',.„r "lUirlhoniugli" standing ni liisdcsk
j ool Jab
On.,    -'link.,,"   I'l'.isnll;- gol   foiiyl
, '      , ,     ,,",'        Mr. (iliiilstoue has proinised to write an   TJ ■ 11 ■ I   T
bout tube erected across the Kettle   lntmilll(.t,„n u, ,.,,, jit ■ sir   ,,,„,,.„„.   D11 i 1 c>TC.      ? 01-2,
.     . .ver just above Ingram's ranch, to re-  Clark, which is in course of prcpiiriitiiin.
Mr. W, f. thompsons store nt l'uir- pl|U,0 th| ,. deslruyod this spring by      Heurlk K. Ibsen, who is uoiv sixty-seven
il
in
. ..■ ' oiiti ■'■'''
pletedby tlie settlers nip) miners inter- Why caiinnt. the new bridge he built   in Ids di'i'ssiug-goivi) and beivre break lu First Class Condition.
C8Wol^ "is,IK l*kM»mA' ^ least feu fmt higher, so as to evade j **■	
two mouths. Messrs. J. P. IJui-laii and John Dunn | the roacii  of  future overflow?  The   J".J'!\.!..,*. i'.h.,.„ ,!.'.!,.!.!.:.'. ,',.'.'",.  Al'lM.y TO
H» MclKTOSH, Vernon,
J,   W.   Klal.D.
WATCHMAKER  and JEWELLER
-    :i. c.
Sj ecialty,
'.    „:t-Jin
, Parlor
I:. t'.
■.a Post Office,
ami  i In in i..- Iiiih'-eltttiug nml
II -|--ein I).
I-:.i;ni)iiMi ni-'tiv. Pmi..
'a'O'
DISTRICT NOTES.
,   .      i ,,, ...        story, whjeli has lieen  reproduri'il in n
have made n   new location in south addil il expense would he so tritbug   Parisian newspaper.   He Is sni.l p* lwvii
Deadwood,    ll   has a   large Blirfuce and the result so vulunbln to the whole
• radical views than his father
showing of iron sulphide rock similar district,   To raise Ilm pier tun feel George Suluiuuu, a Purlsiiiii hunk col
A dance hall is about to be pijfc "P p, llml uf the (livul Hopes higher than il  wns formerly will   of lector, lws ii collection of suvei, hundred
/tt. Boundary Falls,                            \     ,        ,,-,.,, ....,„. .k  .„,.,. course, necessitiile extra labor,  Suv* v°'",mf '".",''-";r ""'"! >*»<* .lap'r ""ln
■    .Messrs, \\ ooil lllld .Wrl oiniii k. Wlm ,,uv nidi wnlc la' tvvn im-li:-. \ . -<U
The shaft on the Mablo is now down ; W|.1(, ffl)1.kinB „„ )hl. ,;,,„. Deadwood, m] *Mm< > tm m™< »'"llW '"' »'»■•     The Her „••»! library |,„, uoipdrcd n
ilhirty-sevenfeeliu good ore.                have opened up n large level preparii- nig lu give two or three days, and Ihe Semitic inuiuiscripl In u ilebrcn iluctiirof
About one foot of snow Is repuited Lry lo running inn tunnel on the thuuseof a teiini and wagon, for the |j^^1«™!lh™»l«|,y ^f]
i vein.
l)r lh<
ADVANRE CFFIGE,
purptisu of hauling rock to Blruugtliun   (l '   ' !   "■ ■
lliu pier and olhi rwise raise the bridg
THE
CYANIDE PROCESS
i I
J
TJ
M, ,      ,!       ,  ,                                |     .         i,            |  i                                         ,              ,                    .                           , , i u<    I'li"!   ii: ii j  ' 11 ii"  i it l.""- I . I,;.ii     i nt"  in i'liii- ,,
r.  I',  lliiekle  relurned  lo  (.|',vnil     Alloii.inn  has  lieen   given  on   the ,        ,    ,     ,  ,, ,    ,        ,. ,   , Paris papers say thai the pupe rewollj
,,    ,'                             ,,             , ahovu thu luvelol the iunnediale hanks  , ,,,   ... .., ,., ,   ,.    ;,,.' i,,,.,.,,,,,,,
ll.lWlllg    III'Iipt'I'lll'S     III     (llTUIIWOOll 1,1             I '               |aelate- 1,1.11  I.i  I.null,
.on the P.'iilielon-Mission trail
Mr. I'. Ruckle returned t
Prairie froii) the north last week,        ; following pro]
,    .    .                 ,                  „        !..            '.     ,1      a         i          |,                     '                              l  : " ii'i'''!"' -ii. /.oi.t. nn
Mr. Vache is expected toveturn from  p vta the Hninm    H. nludo, lf   |,H,iyu on Ilm ndiitcunt bench- lmtm-ask f,,,-„„ audience   lleguveast,  .     ., .      .        ,.     .      .
Penticton to White's camp next week. Gold   Dropand  Phamix   to   Colonel ||(||(|   T|lis W(|1||(| ,,,•,.,. lll|( |ilt](, reason Hint the imvi'llst wns n declared  ln  A'rlca. Australia,  America, and
Both the Thompson and Dulrymple Thoinpson who represents  Michlgiiii ;..,,; uil||> ,lml „,,„,,, ,,,,, ,,„. lhv. '-..'■myol il„-,'h„.'rl,.                               also in Canada, including Ihe Pro.
-.pri'inisesat Puirview Iwve beendisin- capitalists.                                       \mm, necessity of rebuilding should PEOPLE nv'Etl THE SEAS.             vinee of British Columbia.
'reeled.                                               j   The Str.ilhyiv Mining I'o.'s mill «t auoUiur heiivy'ilood occur,
Mr. P.. P. Suydiim has located n south, I^tirvlow is now being put to g se,,                                  llANcmcn. Jt'Z^'to <i't, to iT'swl't'
extension of the Client Hopes   by name  t,11! l-mi'i'leti.™ of the Mnnuiig Slur ... yi;|.|]ii|      '     '>    "' It will Not Cost You more than $4 per ton to
the Butte City.                                   | mine, are crushing abuul  twenty l.uisj              JlAKMAUE IIEJ.W. Inthcllnttso of Cummons swcral n
of Ihe river, and lo [ilnue Ilm Iwo ends   mil receive .',1. JJiiln, the ivriter, sluudil Uu
nW   CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
has been A \t\\c    World's    I I i<.rl,\v;ty
GREAT SUCCESS    Fom -Ul;,"li<' '" ' ',<'li<-
STEAMER A3ERDEEN
LEAVES PENTICTON
TUKSPAYS, THURSPAYS mid   SATURDAYS
a « p.m., ConnootlngAl
OK AN AC AN   LANDING
With Trains tor the Eai.l and West
Mr. W.T. Smith left lasl. week for
.Spokane ftnd is expected to return
with; i) u f.nv days,
n day of whal may be termed some nf
the besl average ore ever milled in B.C.
ere llu-
j    The parlies wlju hale recently  pill
chased the Sleiiiwiiider in fireeuwood I
bar.-, Hike miles Iii  shorthand  fur their
iiqmries made as to  peis.mul reference,  Tim Healy is una nf
.ing  mi   the  this group,
sli'iiinei' Aberdeen and tn all such em     Mr, Manehcrjcc Mcrwnnjee lllaiiviiug-
Mn
why   lbe   Hugs   wi
extract Iron) DO to :)6 per cent of the
assay value of your ores.   Send samples ■ *
to us and we will report thereon free of Tl.j'm.gl.    l'Trst-('ln«s   Rlcci Ing    Cm
cost, provided freight Is prepaid,   Call |      Dally ilelween Viiwonrcr ami >l"a
and sec its or weito to trt'lll and Sit, I'iiiiI,
,, , , ,   r    r,        ,i , n,i-n-,i ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, inn, ,    ,,,   > ,, ,       .   .        , , ,       .. ct'ee  n    an.,.,.   ii'i
.Mes»»s,   Atwood and .1. (Irani  have!            ,         ,   .  ,.            ,   .,,   ,,„, ,   .   iiituies the answer came llnil  the Iirsl   <•'" ■'' ' '"."' ","
' ,, .        ....     ...     ' en.up. ml.'.nl sinking II shall   PHI leel ; '., ,,,,,,,, ,   ,        ,■   lis a till al.   Th
, will stand
incut.'/} a south extension of the Sky-
lurk, niimlng it, Ihe Butterfly.
'      '.     lll">    M'l    Ull.lMllt.       <■       .■..,... A.-t     . k. :  v   . , . . . 1    1 > ..      I . ,■        'I'U    111.Hi
, .., ,,ii,,        ...ii.-ur Iind I'lilei'i'd tin- hbssliil slate ol   ,i,„ i„.,lul
deep   wilh   oniss-eiits  ul the liolluni. llle noilsi
.siiiiul tut- piirllaiiieiit  -rt       n I P    IJ
Iirsl Iiidlnu nihil I      \\Z UaSSel uOld
ins, liuilln.iliui Naurujl,   '       _ '    „
Through  Tickets   on   Side  lo   Elistecii
uinl I'lu-iiic iniusi Points.
I This will lie just by uuy ul rniniimiici
Mr. J,efevn. has sold his inteivst in ! |]]|l||(   .viH,'()i|1(.,', Woi'k of llie scpie     ^he luarriugu curu y, which took Marshal lllidnc's sou hns lately reliii'iietl "          '      5
io Morning Star mine uf, Fitfrview k|lir1!., ,.......,,                                '     place i e Peiiliclon Hotel, was per- rum Mexico,  where he tried   in vuiij w   pELLnW HARVEY, F C
, Mi-isrs 6Ml'in-oll'tinH)   McEiich*                                                            funned early on Thursday  ruing """"■""ll"'   esti u in., ol Ids inutlie.-s w-  fti-L.vv  IIMttVLT, r.u
,.\l,.«.s.,S.M,,ngoll..n,lli.-lil-ail.                s         (|[ ,„,           Mission, L..   ,,.,, ,,,;   ,,.,„,„,. u...L...t „m,.". I»'"l'n'ty,  .on Iscntal   by  the   Mexican Supt. Experimental Wows.
•ll.                                                        ,          ...          ,   ,.     ,.    ,ii-      last, tin   hu.  i .nil., .uuiumiiiiuiii jjuvernnii'iit   The fiimiy is now hi abject
,.     ... „  „. ,     ,      .        ,..,.,   leaves Ibis  wee), lor I'mglulid, huwng.    ;        ,,.,     ,,„„,,,,,,„. |m| ,j,.s „,.,.,. ....vi-nv.                        ' »™                 VAMCOUVCR, Q
Mr, W.ll. liicknivls. ivhoeul his tool i,.,,,,^,,,,   „,„,,,  „,■  |hl „,,,   „f   his        h     ;     \\    I       \        -      	
Extracting Go, Ld, Rates Lower TIisd AoyOtliopLiD
tthuB|
ilo.Vi
ji-ei
S„
Mr. John Williams and 3Ush .Tcwophilio     Thu Ikiiipb  in   which   Martin  Lutlior I
,       , , ... ... |      ,..     .•      i     , .1] I .  .H Hill    11  I Hl.i 111> illiU    II lan iiu.-n- IJUllIU > i«     ihmi.-k     in     tt ni. ii     .h.i. i iii     i.tii m-i
lasUi.dvwlnle eu.ltng s ml., Hnil    s, fc   The news d  c , how- K|„|]L   M...  ,v|lliums iUlll llis {„.;,,,,  died at Kislcbcu, (ic-muny, 1,,,,-e „„ , -I*
.,   i   ....   \! ....   i^ n. .,,.,,,■ 1.    ./..     , tin    i, , , , '    ... 1...I       ., -      e       ....:, ,- ,. .
who ure  both  well   known   in   the
to indicate ihis [net  umil a few  week*
,nt the Miihle, is now able to get around Lve|.( |lg ., ,.„ml,|„,(, surprise, ns tin
'";;i1"- genlleliiaii in ipii'slitm bid rencheil the] iiuighliorhood, carry with il i to llu
Mr. T. (1. McCormick has bought a ripe old age of eighty-three years.
flne-half Intecesl in the Last Ohanee,     |( |g01) ,.,,,.,„.,, Uw| „.,„,„' Ml, j,)!)n ,....;..- ""S"'^"' ""'^"'Z^oi «,v;" Ktmm''
Skylark camp.  The owners will sink E|lst   m,st   SIUV   tho    a1..i 1m*i-   l.ode hnppy life, and the AdvaNCIS lenders     Um-on vun Muiieliaiiseii, the winner oi
ago. The  liuniiiis house,   Itoivever, hns
iie.gliiiornooil carry wun iiten, to tne ,« w     ,        ^                   .
coast wl.encul.ley lav,, gone o iiend ' ,                           „      ( ,-
ll.eir liiiiieviiiuiiii, llie lie--l   wishes ul
FOR SALE
BZJMVOULIJM J40JELi
OKANAGAN KISGION, ii. C
1-lor HutcH, Time Ac. Apply to
,c H, S. SCADDING,
OR TO
Agent, penticton
G. M'L BROWN,
Dist Pass Aof.nt,
Vancouver, B. c.
  I
Thi.- is n splendidly tnriiUlioil house Inside
, I,.,,  ivliiKi, v e I'lii-in, istnle < nf tt-iivel 'mil i ami .ml, iibnosl now, wilh good stable lllld mil
Ihetilvnl   \ I'l'iinn was thrown into a   "      '           .       ..    :
on the vein Ibis winter. j     , Su|ls,.|  p,.,,,,,,^!^   Deildwuod, Ilis  liei'til'v n.iigrntulutinns. ""' IVI':I1 llndcii jubilee cup, is nut uiilyn
' .    ,,   -i-.:i   :....   x* i....  ,„i    namesake Inil a linenl  ilcseendaiil  "I the
SPOKANE FALL
uiui
While taking out souiff saijijilo rock I neck lengthened  four inches,   Those On Prldny inorniug, Nnyuinher 80,
ifroin the Copper claim, pear the shaft, who were with him threw llmir picks ,,i,^!is'.,,|.?, |J)(I Hi-iiie'cjr ^pxHU'iniMit' wl"™ aiiveii'tiii'e.astniiiliviliiilolpliiluspe.liiivti  oiilldings, Is centrally Incited In the valley |     rviimr ,- n,,, v, ,-. ...
Just week, for Mr. E, P. Sliydam's col- ,„, |„ the air, one of which lodged i,,.' m,„-s w|',ieh had been kepi sosecrel h«'<> hnmorlnliaid  bj Cruiks ,k ami  an nnnaii-ls n 1500,1 trade   It s ds „,, ii-   MVVVU WUN K A 11 i W A 1
lection,  If,, Austin  Hammer struckLX|y |',-,,  high up a  tree, swearing hy   parties i sled, was g,„.-r- Gustav, ll..™. !"«'..B.-o. a , dahnll acres n,exie„i.| ^UUlUlillll llillli ?? il ,
some rock carrying a ipiantity of 1111-jtlini they had no further use for them, ""v n««le known,; yh-„, that two ol
' .      ., ' ' her  lies!   known  citizens  bad  reallv
jbive silver,
Tho; oldest miiieiul .'laiiii oil Bound
INTERESTING   BITS-
"'"''   iniiile up llieir ininils lu llniil  down thi'     ,„,   ,   ,  . ,~,    ,,   ,        „
1        ' ,i   .  , 1 1,   ii,   1, ,,,     The f 1 cits a wis uiuiied for Fuclis, a d s-
■ses,'S reillll 11    I e luge Pel,   iitneil III   lli'lll'l    .,.,,,, „ '
nad Isn gmid investment.
	
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
Nelson & Fort Sheppard RaiEway
Sister Francis of SI. Luke's lloniu,
Vaneiinvei',  nnil  Hire, • nurses, ».,. u,, ... ,.,.,-     ,  ,;,   ,h ,   !(;;;, ,.,
aryereekthatisthu li.,1 ret'o.^ Is Urrived at Vernon on November 2(1 to - e    u     1^      iiutoij     ^ ^ |f BLACKSMITH   SHOP ALL  RA!L   T0   NELS0N'   E'   C'
(lie Tunnel, owned by Air. Mct'arren,  take the place ol the two nurses w]>° Ih-UU., the Unv. Mr. Wood olliclaliiig, "m]"''  ''ays were elimmatcd from the
near the Fulls,   ll was lirst located In went to Vernon to nurse Mrs, Thoinp- mid the twti cilizens referred in an' spectrum.                                                                 w rill                        Only  through  line  to   Nelson,
■'8(1 und called the Tommy Jones,   ll son and Mr. Armstrong, mid who were Mr W, 11. Lawrence and Mrs. V.. Mit- The ljiisslnn peasant never touches food    „       .     „ m,TCIT nr rnmv   '■        Kaslo. Kootenav Lukki
,        ,               ,    ,        , 1   i!,„„'.,        ,          'iii         ,    •       elii'll    ifier lbe ceremoiiv thi'1it1rl.es, or drink without making the sgn of the    COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.            Rrtsio, nouioiirtjr b.bko
(ins,   however,   been    several    times themselves seizud   bv  Ilm uoutngiou.   ,'" "• ,-'.".' !". " "" "- '"'.l'"""", "
,     ,      ,       ,        , ,   ,   ,„, .,   ,,,    ,,„   , ,                    '■    1 1   ,,              instead ul driving In I he station ami eioss.
pibiiiiilonud and re-slaku.l, wlnlu the ; Ihe 1,-ilesl report received by the paper \Ul]iUlg tllB ,.lirei |Tlt,t.,..|,v allowing their Tin Moravians claim to have hud an in-
.Noiistich has been held conliiiuiuisly.    ; |s tu the elt'ecl   Ihal.  Mrs. Thompson' MlllMy h'lftidH gathered 'lliere theoppor* depcnllciitchureli In Uoheniia ns early as     This UiiIIiIIiik Is livo storeys high and sliutils
I11I111 trnislrone  who was charged  ,lll,1l1"' hv" mllwa w™ l'''l»«l'(|Ssil'b' tutliiy  of  t.lfering  best   wishes   and the ninth century,                                    units own groiuid of half aniiere In extent 1
•i.     .I ,   ..dim,          led    u\,    favorably.   Mr. Armstrong, the other showering upon then, loius of slippers A in,,., versed in language heard tct,  ,,-, |„ ,u'o„„i,a„dl„g husincss posit	
■wilh e;it)le stealing, was Hied on Mi-,       '     •                   ,. ■,           ,         und nee, prelurred to drive dneci. to dlSerent tongues spoken while hu walk*
i-emburi:) at Osoyoos before C. A. It. sufferer, died on the l'l'idiij, and was ,|H, |ialldi„g. wltere tlie steamer Abet- ,„l across the 111- .1.11 bridge the other
Lanibly I P  nnd was committed to hurled in the  Vernon cemetary  \Uen was taken for Peiiliclon, where ,]„v.
.i|a)1dbis'trii,laltli,.nexti'i.ui'l,ofeu,n-:t'he    following   Saturday     ruing, the honeyinoon  will be spent.   The |f      „ ,  lmm(,(1illt(lly   „ftcr ,lll;„.k
iL jurisdiction.   Constable W. II. ^ Tl ps  we uru glad to hear, S^S 'iwkHrboiuaifu.iyrf.urtv.ii b'-,-"f"l.?,'.'."h'.!t 'l^1:^,'1; ',".'!«
KOH TKKMH At'l'l.YTO
Si'nock-Wudstu'r took the prisoner up j b" '""   Jf]   '•"""'i'''1"'1 «« ^< l\ZwWmm\totonw.7^^ '.' "^ % »"*"
Which is said mil to bespreading.   The people, who,on your rutt Lawrence, """ "^' "'"' ,,l!' rul"u "r '"'u"
laipinanunonla, it is clalineil, Is 11 s|ii-ishe
Y'lt' bee  stings,    Il   should   be  applied
11. NICHOLSON.
Okaxaiian Mission,
The wiinlinill. wliieb is so cniispli'ttnus
I ll'i I] 11 !    ,    11   I II ',   ' • I I     t  I MM      I 1    I  I 1 1   I I ,    I J,l  11  1  •    III   I   . i     ...
greatest credit is due thu aiithorilies will nut be denied llie pleasure of olfur- **■'■■■"■•■
In
have acted ill taking precautions to j"J,Vv(j t.i*i.". n   ho seen In India.   It is proposcl tn ilrniii
th" unhealthy lluis around lioinba.v by
inetins of wiiidniiU pumps on the systcni
of Ihe low eiiunlries.
to Kamloops on the 311
A shaft is being sunk on the Minim """'       '.'.','   ,",'"" I inu    vou     llmir    lte'irlv    cnngralu-    The wln.linill, wliicli is so cniispii'.inus
..   ,,   .   ,. .. ,-• 1      ,1 or  he proinp   manner in which Ihuv     h    -   - -,   ,,        •,.,'.'. 1 In Duieh nml llel'-iiut sceiicrv is likelv ti
Hu Hu  11 (.inni) MeKilinev uuder Ihe , ',,,,. .     hilions lit   wlneli  llu;   AliVAM'i: begs    u l/iii-c....... oiiguiu sliiiiij, 13 us. j   e
,       .        ,-,,,,,,' 1    , have acted in taking precautions lo ,       .   , •
dree 1011 of Mr. It Cameron, and at °       ,,.     .    .   luau. i.ijoin.
f,    , „,,     ,   ,., , prevelil Ihe seiiorge Irnin adding Iresli m 	
the bottom of the shaft niny be seen a e ,,,,,„. - ,.„.„„. „™-„
, ,     ,       . ,,   , ,    , VlCtllllS tl) ilS l)St. L.'.II) TO Itl'.hT.
goud body of quartz,   it is somewhat
■■wit.... mi nt mwu.nl  Imt uhnu'siivei'v     The Alum Bell, Mr. J,  Musi's claim
 k""'"'" "U""  Hllowscvel> i„ 8nllth Deadwood, is the samu as     On  Priday,  Nnvember 23rd, dipli* THE MISSES.
original  Copper  King in  what  was therinclaimed ItsHccoud viol 1111 in the
indication of turning into Hue ore
Further sinking may (tlflce this claim '"''K
•nnong some of the bust jn the camp.
Messrs.  Ijolfcoit inn) Stillinglleel, of   "'■'        ' "°'" ''" n'elnek tlmt nitthl  and was burled on  '",'.',',  ,    1     ,.       ,-,•■■.,
'.   . . ...       ,,,,     ,   Messrs.   Atwood,   Simon,    t anieron, 01 tin k 111,11. nigiii. nun wua uu.it.1 ou     ,, daueliler nf Slg. Crispi, the
Oknnagaii Mission, aru visiting al li'iutl .    .
., m 1 'i^%%t'm
''.,  '.,- I ■  11 '■■•'.', -""I  ',;
':,--    I-   ''-," .laialffifa -.-i-i-.y
and Slocsv. Points.
Through Trains Semi-Weekly,
Daily, oxtTpl  Sunday, U*l\vwn Spi
ktitic and .MiU'ciis,
1:11.) *i,i,i. Li
.SpllliAXK ■
Ir. S:3n lain
nn WiiiIii.mIi
iniikitig': ■ ■
Sl.ll .',
.' - .mil  .aiuif,,..; -
.,,. . ....   :,:,    . ,,..;   1
, , Illl' -
trains «il
5:l.i 11,111.
,1 'I'.S'el
sing
■
ainnr ilny.
Plissellgil- .
Cl'l'l'll    1"  1
II lill'l
..■-.!,  Mini
fni'iiieelv  know,,   as  Ihe Confidence person of Mr. Robert Armstrong (bet.    Miss Margaret.Klennor Tapper, a tlrmgii*
1 "Hi   KtioHl)   .is   tne i.onmiiiui. ,.,.,,      n  ,    ,   ,1   nhter of the poet Tapper, has just died in
camp (Atwood's original camp). In 1831  ter known as_ Bertie) who tiled nt 11  £ n
Mi*
neighborhood
We are sorry to relate that Mrs.
1 lens,    uu      in"   uu    nun..-.-,   >i 1-1,    ,,,..-   •"-  i^     , . 1      ■   1 . 1
' , , ,,  , ,  -,. I,,.,irl fell sorrow und regret  than   hours forwnrk, e.glii iiours  |nr sleep uiui
denned by „ so-called expert Rl carry- l^'.^'hn'lei'ea'ed IV.om all h'osu who eight hnurs In,- r.,,1 ami ,-cc,'e„,ln„.
H. C. COOPER
,    , ...        ,, ,.     .,, ,      ,,;     ;    ,          ' II.ii|..    II    ,.1   u.uia       n'>    .UL',  M AX I'VAI "fl'l,'KI I . 11''
.Jtilur llisselto, ot  Ukiiiiagan mission, 01.0 „( t]au Si„.i'!K.0 (..foppiiiKa, whiuli tii-c eiuilnel  with the sterling and much* girls, have sliti'tetl a pnper tit (li-.-iysun. Ky,      „ .  n    ...
pile day Inst week met with a very «'-j        {        ,g ve    si|||il;n, „, |ha| ,,,- ,,sU ,,,| (ll„t||,i(JS „( tl,t. bright and  It .senile.! the l-'.usie,;,, Keutueky llepitbli,      [; QptjflC|Cj QTIfj  Sflflll fiPV
voro accident whilst driving along the .../f,,]  '  , „       ,,   ,,c)1 h ,,,- lulelligeiil   young   iniiii,    Mr.   .'11111- cnn .ind, us Its uaini: I lies, is republican      1..U1I1U0U tillJ UUUIUU1 J
.•mid  in I'i'iiiit of Mr   Davles' house,    ,, , • „  ,    ,, silting, foi'iiierly a residiuiL of fiianite, tothe cnn.,
•oail   111  11.111   0   ,11..   uavies   "imse.  whk,h t,,ullj)S n,,u (,„mil|g W(.||   to  llie ..r.,...k. i„(l , -,: reeetillv of Pairview,     The statement tlml  Miss I'Ullippa Paw
the horse, which is  usually a gent e f|,0|||. ,||1(| ,m. p,.(>vi„g ihcinselvL'S to was well and widely known and will cett, the"lndyseninr wi'iiiiglnr," i-1	
Ing too large a percentage of iron, Tim !,„',[ ,.V(.n easually been bi-ouglil into    lira bees ami Mullle Kees. two young
VEHNON. II. ('.
SECURt VOUR
\C O ii:'u j£ ii'i. Julu   S.'   ^     -v i: K. :rj 0 tw ,    tt
SSI 2viZ JL
s
pne, became frightened at some cattle ^ v.1illll|l|1, |,u(i|M 0f gold-producing long I"' I' omhered by many wlm to begin a business career as a civil citglt
pnd overturned the buggy, precipitin,   „.„•,                                                    Imveiil some tin r iillier been tlm eerlssidd in l»- unfniuitled.  she luis nn
ing Mrs  Bisette and little child to thB        '         *■•■<                  recipient* nf soinuklud ncliun doiioor present Intention nf leaving Newiiliniii
ground;' lurking   several   ribs  and!                ASSAY nn-UHKB.                 t;i::::;:^h: ^ twTt ^ -
Otherwise injuring hm- ami slightly                                                         scenes of long ago tuars will dim ilm through LUROPE-
hui'tliiK the little one,   Wo are glad to    The following returns wore obtained Lvw),,[ l|wlly „ , gh and hardy inliier .
I,e able in state that the last reports from th xed samples of nre from aiid feelings' vol' lute will ever 1*    llie reading of 1 i.tieus is fnrhi.ldcii by
In. aim  1,1  sin.  iiii.,       .....,.'P              i',,,,,,,,,,,,,,!   siitiitnil nnd Cnunur associated with tlie luonioryo   is lie the Koran; lieiice pnpuiur titles .„■,■ never
,tre favorable for her recovery. the aiecliwood, Siimml  and    op 0 put iu writing tuunngMohn mis, hut
Nnl tvilbsliindine lliu fuel tlml  „,„,.„ "'""'I's Hike,, by Mr. .Suytlatn lasts - sofrow are freely  are pu-ssetl ffDl.i  lory  teller tg an
NotwiUisU tiding the tact that, 1,110.   ,„„,.,„ k,,,,,..                                    lundereil to thu grluf-strlcken parenls ether,
js  now a  lhrough road  from Kettle     Am1vs  |]1|u1q  1|V  , |h,   n1)s  .|IM| inil| rnlalives uf Ihe ileeeiised. One of the limit dozen phlrls pnssusseil
flvui' to the Okanagan via Ciipip Me- MoiiIjiihi Mlnlnif C f Untie:                                    '" ''>• Napnlcnn at St, lli'li'iin.uiiil dividnl nl
Ki iy entirely oil British territory,               '                   !          THE KELOWNA I(AXI). Ids death ninnim Ids cunipiinioiw, has lit-cn
JSri old  road  to Osoyoos on the  ^'w'                °T' "T'nnlS,' ^ <^<""         '                 !"' "'"'       Ul Kinds of M'ork V, nted ,„ „n Ka
Colv|ile reservation Is by fur the  st      I'"...; ,..'.'..'...; "1;        1 '   ''    ' '   ''
travelled.  This Is simply bpcause one     ii    so       si ......
I iire.inlhed bvsll'lllltsm    nutste,       he 	
ininaliiry   strains or  stfiiimngui,   he .      1 _      ;               J
11"", "   I",' lHT .m' »,"   w   ,    '   ' froaaaj- nil,,',' pari uf the world '.,■ pay,,.
iitKiii ...',-  ..... :  ......';_i\ i'S,
SliWING   WlACrililEo,
WALLPAP2R,
TOBACCOS, gTO„ ErO.
N'l'i'dll's for A|l MlllU'SOfS(MVlu!»
,M:i('bil|i'H Ki'lK ill Slouli.
Mall ui'di'i's from the I owur Cinintry
will I'fi'i'ivi' pr.nnpt iiiieu.'ui.
MRS. H. P. PALMERSTON,
MIDWAY, B,C
D.   IWcDUFIr",
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, n.c.
"Mlisc hall charms  l„  sunlh,   he ,   	
savage.       el ,-tl are not       ages wl tilm\«<*m vessel coming In.
are soothed I y strains   I  lie,   ,      ,        .
inlllatov straiiisor st mining ,.„   he i _     ; J
.     ,., . - .par  nl   be perl,,,' I'l III y Cl l    so me. f      >        , f ,   Wljl,|,|lu ,
yeiii'liy the (lovei'iiuiunt in Ilm inter* i    , .    .    .,    ,,    ,       ,.     at lirst to Iiii savage, hut no doubt hu-  '•
Lli nflrnde between Kettle river and      Ass^'s ",;ul"   '''V t,lu'' 'M"1"""" ""'   fore I ill er is over. Ihe people uf "' "'    . , . ,,
rsUoftl.uleb.tw.   u K.ltli     vi ' i Puruhasing Co., of Hullu, Montana :     ! ,!„• .Mission vallev will havu everv run       Ib'iissel:-. |,„s n new exiriittniier.   1 ewns
|hii north, is to make the road bei ween son to ct nend Ilm piiblic-spirlledliess " "'idter In n milnun, and was ilnruil by lus
McKiuuey and  the mouth of Hock f™™- '";'•"• ^^.'''eKKl.il;?: iif those who lluvo ilildertaken lu l'uril- ''' 'aidnns Intu belling tlml. lio would
can make better lime nil jt.   The Iirsl
work Ihal should be undertaken next 1    o
fneli if I'lisl.iiiters,
I".. c. siii'.K'ixt;11am,
I'. \ X'lt M SS
hl'ltvei'll
1, 1 X I'l
preek a really good ore road.   Bronchi     l.
(ii ids are certainly requirud in this sue-1     ~,\
|,ion, but uru by no means so urgently
peedi'd as a tirst-eluss through high-
iy«y.
Mr.  Leonard   Norris,  (Jovernineul
..   11.31
..     ll.L'll
ni
i,3
.. Trili'e
ll..i
..    2.111
III
1
.. Trace
-
11.1.6
..    I'J.HII
Triiee
1
..  in
;i.i
Trace
Ml       |„|. |Kll|, t|lm, ,.,ll(| menus lo give to the try for thu place.   l|e won the bet nml the
districl n really good bund of music, I'1"™' whicli carries with it n salary uf
The iiisli'iuueiils   which   coinpiisc Homo tyelye hundred francs a year,
eleven pieces are   now   nil   llieir  way — .,,-.,,r,.,   y,,,nDU
from Torui nnd urn being furnished NATURALHIbTORY.
bv the well known flrpt of Thos, ('lax- "
•.,'„. The giraffe pns a tongue almost eighteen
Those  Interested  believe that   the lliches lopg,
success of an enterprise depends to n The original home of ihe bison was In
grunt, extent lipnu making a g 1 start,, the Ureal Salt lake valley,
so with this end In view they have sit- The eyeball Is white because the blood
cured  lite services of a  thoroughly vessels Unit feud Its substance nre sns'tiall
cnuipelutit instructor   from   Mission thai they do put admit the red corpnscliw,
, ,;   , . :  .,, , ,„,„,,„„„ Rn'„nT City 13.0. who will Initiate them iulu "•■„, \mm<„ ny„ |,ns,i ihlck, ghuimnis
l          ■                  1,            """^ 'i|,s',( ""' cll'W",atc s''^' secretion, ht'cnuJ, Ids eye being larg.. ami
ported  nnly one .-use, Mrs.  W. Dal-'    >j    'urn     b o^ug     ,, ,ie      he li^ l'111'"1, '''''wlnU'n,,iml'T   " i8„t0  '."' much expused to dust, the viscid sei't'etlui,
;     .., ,'.. ..' ,...,  ..... ,.i ....'.:....I.,...,!'..,•' ,!,., *;.!,.!! ,,,\i,  i ,!,i. hnpwl thatjintlence and lmictlce In oletuises It mure elTectually than would a
'"■ nu  'future ni.eiit
/Vgent I'm the district, visited Fairview
just week in ord/r to take nny necessary steps to prevent, a further spread
Qf diphtheria. )lr, Boycepf Kelowna,
who was formerly rusidunt al. Fair*
VJew, also visljpd, the camp, and re
Assay  by M. i'l. Meyers of Butte,
Montana, sack .sample: ijjIKgnld, silver
11.7.)/..
 ..«.	
IIIaVIAIIKAIll.la Dili;.
When Ihe lute Tlllll ,li||ies,one of Ihu
A living specimen nf the largest iiiul
liiust deadly snake known (l)[ihlu|iltiigus
chips) has been added tu the zivilngical
eyinple, win. contracted the disease specimens of ure down to Mr. I is   ,    t       „        R i
While l.ilrslug ||ltle Clover Thnmpson i Eholt. ot Boundnry Mat,  lie two ex- I	
,.,.,, ,    ,   ■ ,! iiiuined   ilium together,    lhey  both;
(luring her illness, and who is now oul, spuk(J |..||,1|.1, .^b, g,   „gh| ^nm  COHIIEC'I'ION.
pf danger.   Dr. Boycu is decidedly of |ng ,, Wel.shuinn and Bliiilt from Al-
the opinion llnil foul drinking water saeu.   Suid  tile  forinei, "I  can ills- In last weeks Issue the average sum- gardens nf London,   li  . mvs twelv,' tn
was mil lbe cause of dlnlltlierln break- tintitly see oxhides (oxides) ill il."   " I pie of ore un pay streak ill Ihe Skylark fnurtcun feel in length, and 1- Ire ..It'll like
ens mn. t iu   aus, oi o.pniniii.i   n.ii, ^ ^ p|ll,mlisl, (pvl,|,()1)| in iK t(„,;' uiiuu was, owing lo an error, given us the enbrit,   Itoi'curslii India, lltirinu n
jug out in .'tiirvie'.v.   .Mr.  Norris is, 1.Xr|.lilll(.li   x■;|,,,11.   i'i,,. reputation uf liSl oz. sliver and } n-/„ gold,   ll shoulil the Hist liidlnii iii'chlpelagn, living in i.a
however, having a test  made uf Ihe ('upper uautp un- was tiiiiilii from Iiiul have been U80J oz, of silver ami  i1 oz, rata nml jungle,  nml rcadilj
pnli'i',n the inniii'ilinli' vieiiiily.          jilny. gold, lives.
rW$®£3
County Court Notice,
*
Sirnxii.N ,,t ii,,.i,,,„||.. r i „, ,,,i,. um
In- hiildeniisfiillmi
j   Al (Isoyonsoii Wei In), lull. M.ril. IS1I.-,-
I   Al  Slldwnj  nn S.Uiii'ilni. Will  April, h'.i.',
j nl the hniii'iit ile'i n nilni'l. in die fiiri'iiiHiii
Hi riiiiiiiiiinil
i'. A, II. I.AMUIA .
II. f. t .
(Jut i.iivmiist Hi an '. Osnvnus,
23rd \i«1l mn
W. DALKVMl'I.K
CrOXx(32ro.l     Bljic1niSi=xxA^,3a.
FAIKVIKW. |i. ('.
All Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
MlM'.h'A!   ACT, KID I.
Ct'l'tlfieiitt) ol' liiiproi umcuts.
♦
MOTICK,
Tin: ('iiuvu'iu'ia MiM'itlAi. Claim,
Situate ir, |lic Kettle llivi'f Minim; Division nf
,.,..,,,,., ,. ,,,,.,.,, ,, ,.! Y",l'' lUsll'i'l. mi die Siiiiiinil lii'liveeii
ICETJ I.1-.    MV LvR,    H. C.        ll"iuiil,irt I'reek nml I'mirlli nf . lilt; t're.k.
in \\ Inie's t-'iuup,
TAKK XI.ITH'K Ilinl   I, Willinni   Mel.enn,
(roe minors eiirlllli'nti Xo. iVrltls, Inleuil,
■'■•■-•* '    lislydiiysfroiu tho dnto hereof, to apply to lira
.Mill Win',   11. ('. tinld .'iillllllia-,i'illel' liil'lleel'li'linlenl' illl|n'ie, !'■
Ilii'llls. (ur the pmniofto nl iililililiing n t'rolVtl
Kl'llllt of llu'iilliiteiiiiilii.
EVGI'Y AtteiltlOll Giveil lO GlieStS.     Aiiilfiullierlakcnotleollml mlyowo clnlms
J mini he soul I" the Hold retinues er noil
nelion eoinnioneeil boforo Ihe issuance uf sneli
i'1'l'lilli'iilaiif ilii|il''ivelni'iil-.
,1.   I.,  \\  ISI'.M.W.   I'rop,       ii.a.ilUiia'.'liil, ,1.,, „fs-fi.'i,il«-r IS'.il   „a.ji,,
Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Boundary
Creek and Grand Prairie.
InilNI. WKST
LeavesOi-and I'rnli'lo IXorlli fork, tin Ma j
Liii'i'ii'si nn Wcdtiesdui' itiorniiig, nrt'lvlii'i
Osoyoos Thursday ovcnliu",
iniiNii i-atu't'
Leaves Osoyoos Pridaj iiinniine, lU'l'lt'hig nt
Urn
I'l'iiiric Sitliirdny evening.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL DISTRICT NOTES.
The llavnes esliiteowuersiire round*
DANCING AMD DANCERS-
Golliti;, in bis " I'rn
clnrestli u the people of tli" tves n»t nre
ing up then-eat He at Bock creek. fJ     , .    f(| (.   of  dm|(,i||(,    ,,.  ,,„,.„
Messrs. Moiiaglmn i; King, Ol (.'limp trad tu itv llieni out, bill ns hmg as lie
.Mi'Kintiev. are liansferrillg ll"' ear- coni.ir.ii-" his hand tn his violin they cnn*
riage and plain of thu old mill ill Bock    tinned lo ounce, ami he was f.ueed lu do-
H" ,.. mm EXPRESS STAGE LINI W. J. ARMSTRONG
creek Iii llieir slump null.
Mr, T.  li. Johnson baa m\,\ „ |m|f.
inturosl   in  tlm  Curlew,   Oruunwood
One of ths most  famous early  billot
ilniii'i'i's wns Mile. Mn/.". who, I'ia; in lied
GS-OXWCr SiaXJTXS:
ivill leave [Jcnticton f a, m. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving; at Fairview i p.m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening.
by Law's fituiiieiiil  sciiemes,  dres-.eil her
self iii Iter   finest  rubes   nud   euiiuiuue 1
> pub.Inly by jump
of Ihe side. biidgiiiit ii'iuii iu the presence uf limine   ;ni(|   ]
Mr, \\. T. Siniili has gol an option   unds uf people.
nn   tlm  I'l nix, iiii uxlelision of llle       Murln Tnuantii,  the dnnseiiBe,   wns llio
Stemwinder.Oreenwood, for $IHX),   lb-   daughter ot   u llnil ,n ballet iiiaster.   Sim
has also au option mi  IhuSlnnilnrd,   ""J""'". '"   '';"4-. »'w"
G-OTH-TGr   N'OKCH
■v-ExtwroKr, ra.c.
TIM
I*. O. Box,127.
mnVn^-J^ru'Tlfpiirtmular'  "'.'."i I ."!"? '^ ■ ' r- Z «•« ^™ ()''"'  Washington, 7 a. in.. Mondays, Wednesdays
uul in po.se.ssn.ssiiiii in  uu   piotuiiiiti     Biuelile pnb.ielv bv jumping   "U ll  be.lie n      •   i ■ • "1 I
days, reaching Fairview at  n a. in., connecting with
SS, Aberdeen and S, & 0. and C, 1'. Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
s, nr
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Machinery.
■S.      V      T.
1S','2  nml ciintimit'd   li-r np|ii'iit'aiiei-s in
public uuti. IS 17, illicit ihe nn led.    Her
''' m"':iU'":''   anal.--.'''   were    liionilere,   f\ f\ |      Tf\ p HP O
"'' ' '" yU''    USvlphl.K. n. .II.-, K,,!,. .in I...,,,,',,.-. I        8)3 IS K
fori 'ly tlm Iled Cloud,a westerly extension of llie Mlem winder, Oreenwood,
II iih thesu pi'iiperties  In
T. I). Johnson,
S'olicus  In the following I'll'uul  are plays "Fnitst''I mpti'il liy n letiiide Mrp-
(III .lull lip III  till' Hl'l'.ll'lll'l-'- llllll'.', Kill! ll Stllpllele .   Willi '.'.ha 11-I I Viltilll iho
creek : Mr,  I'l. P, Sliydain, iipplicnlion limnl ct-leni' t d   leu nln ilnn i h'snl imti-
for  a   mill sit    iitillllilul'V   ei'ui'k. QUi.y. bu iiling"Sni e,"  the iliitigiili'l'
near  lbe fulls; ab,, a walur rigid in "t "H.*r..diu»." while l)..vl.l Is also ivpre-
Smith's camp,  for use in mining and s";'vJ "a l1"'""  " |KVS bt"1  M""> l""
milling: Mr. ('lei I  Vnsclicupplicu* "''!'' ,      ,      ,
... ,, .    ...... . Iholinili't a uiitiuii is-md lo have been
imt tm-water rigid in  Willi's camp, . ,    ,,
' revived li'iin the   in ' itiui.HiM by tlm
■"'•"'  ""' I ornieopiu : ulsti foi II -„,„„„,,„„.,„,,.„ „.,   .,M,,,  „|„, took .1
she in While's cam 111  llie Hound* „.,,,;.km,w„ piny, had iuu»ie written fur
ury line. ; It, nml set tiii'ciiirno.ers tn net il lhrough
Coal was discovered many years ago from beginning to end without snaking 11
(1S1I2I on Hock creek, iibiitit'hnir a mile word    It v,    extremely popular, mid tu
VERNON, 13. C
established .1 tasiiiuii,
ACROSS THE SEAS,
0PP0K1TF, TO 11.111.WAY DEPOT,
XX.    O.   M1TI.I.EB,   Proprietor.
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND
GOOD STABLING.
Terms - From - $1.00 - per - Day - Upwards.
from where ii muplius into the Kettle
liter, by miners who were running a
bedrock cul for.. Ilitum for placer i ti in-
Ing   llu-lain Okiinugnn St ..lames: Tho nianuseript uf Tiinuhiinser has just
,, ,,       ,       i    ,i   '      i   ,              • been sold to a Leipjic amateur  fur 111,(WO
,\ el <.im.-I and .libera.    Liter   on,   in
,,,,,,        ,   ,          ,    i          , niiirkaiA.'.-iau.)
ISSS, Mr,  .Met! ml  located the coal ,         '                        ,           .   .
, ,      ..,.,,                   ,..,.. In the Mai'ipiesas group the  recent no*
e uiui iiW ut-h be wa.-iinu i>   Ilm Insl i                         ,  ,,       ,     ,     •„,„ |
Bohito pruliibill'iii nf   ih"   side of iipnini
discoverers, lor Messrs. 1 illon.Slorkrr, h s  ,,„,,,,..,.,,   „t onco tho   demand  for
Pry .V I'uiiipaiiy ul Spoktine.    i'lle coin- ijl]m„.
pany sunk a 3J*fuiit shafl  ou Ilm seam, -n,t, -,,,,,,. ,,inil own6j uy the'stnte is in
which   is  hiluuiinous roul and lias a neruiaiiy fi per cent,  "full fm-osts; In
showing of between live and six feet, Scandinavia, 15 lu 30; iu I'liiii'te, 10; in
The  coal   I'ni'imdiiiii  iii this point   is Switzerland,   I, and in Iinly. imt '-.
stated to be from live lo six miles in The   KialLh   pustmaster-gi'iu'rul   has
width, nud to extend down the Kettle  just,uut tied thin private card t with n
river nine miles  where Messis. la. .1. half penny si'iinp idllxed will bo accepted |
Hoberls, chief uu'giuuur of thu S.P.iv' "»l">"Ul cards within the  United Kmg-
N. II. I;,,and.I. I'lnst located it seam ill   d '
ion,,     i     , ,i        ,ii   ir    -i    r M.  Schneider,   the   head of  the great
Is.HI   iiliniil llii'i'i'iiiiiln ball miles Iriitii I ' .  ,   ,    ". ,    , .,       ,      -   , ,,   ,..    ,       ,-   ,,        , ,   , -, ,  ,        ,
Midwav    The hitler in one place has' Cl'1'""" ' "'ries, was mnrrie,! the other    \  Large StOCK ol All Kinds til   Rough and   Dressed l.limbel.
0   c ~J
<m
't ih''
I'K ?''i p
yyBB
r.
O   ti' tl
p* a. 8
"" c
o in
Rifles and Shot (inns.
force and Lift Pumps,    Iron   Piping,
lt«M^«ajBBIWTi'UliaBaiililEij;8S"l»--*
Greaxea?^! Jotilji'.m.gy Sls.op. i.'xx.
JkJLJL Xihs ffi§x»Et'S,s..eslx<ss..
W.J. ARMSTRONG.
Okanagan saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
u surface showing of live and
huh'
ciutvii in sixty
y-.-n 'a ; ami n via \.j uf :jl)0 l ■■ I'lmamis lo
feet from roof lo Hour, with snnilsttinu   .,  ,„wll  , f  m<m  p,.u,,k,-largei' tlinti I
mid shalu for walls, and lias a showing  Knipi.'s luwn ut lissett.
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly mi I land.
uf about nine feel in wid
d iiiiullm
.an prop,
iu   connect tho  Baltic   33iltl  St-ix-KP a. Specialty.
opening aboul une hundred feel  fur-   wan ihu Mi.ckr.eii, iiiTimhiig to recent > Oi-denti i»iroa-iixxi>ifci3r Filled.
ther up the niountiiin, and two liiinil-  reuuri,   Tlm rivers  Die-ui-a  nnd Dwinu
1'""V'1';'1" ,'■""; ';:"•'■"' ,!,r K;;ll!" Zo^^^ZiZ^-Z     Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
river.    In   (iiaiiil   Priiirii:   also   Hum    "' ■' lie0uu at mail enusoi ine lunie. nun ■ ,*.) ;
sped s of un oxeellenl ipiallty have   c"-'r»"" ls "H- n uf as the hurtor for the
been found ill I'liek slides mi the m,um-   Olllllll oil ll.e 11  ,uk ,>.n.
lain  slopes.    Sandal   is  found   in
pilars, but Ilo coal seam has yel  I n
liiiaiieil. although claimed by un old
have  been  found.    Pros-
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan  Fails at Reasonable   Rales.
bidden
in,, lane' a,-.' lu make   nnv   reference tn
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor.
iy
Si
'is
Si
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...        „> .
'IS '!>
The GARDEN TOWN of li. ('., und the natural
.Shipping and Distributing point fur the famous
Kit
-ft
This new town affords I he bust and safest investments tu be found in British Columbia,
Kit
TS
LRDEN TOW
ilg and Distill
OSsE&aa.ja.g'EMni. Valley.
iw I own i
lu be foul
Town Lots
' l-'Dil
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
The  smallest  size lining n(lxl20 feet.
with  HH) feel avenues and 'iii  feet
lanes.   .Acre blocks from n Acres upwards,
FOI!  PHICES* A1TI.Y 'I'll
AGENTS, KELOWNA
A. G. FULLER
II
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon, B. C.
the .lr
NICKNAMES OFTEN HEARD.
VERNC/N, B. C,
General Merchant
"ii hy tlie t'nipii'i'S   mi  stat«
ii   w,'i-i   duiii!   k'uini-b .'ii'1
l""""1'''  '" I|:IVI'   h,,|'n   '' "''    l'1"*- puper l,y unsiiike ivported tier ns W'-iirin-
peeiurseliiim in have Iriu-ud saudslimu nAl.,.M ,,, j,.., mthut tiuie wns euiupletely
I'i' 'in up Hock ens'L to Curlew creek on i,m „f lasninn,
the I'l'-'i'i'valinii   a tlislanei' of al leasl
tweuly-seveu  miles,   Siiltlcieul work
bus mil. yel  been done nu any.if Ihu Henry VIII, was called  Muff  old Iinl,
croppiugs discovered lo give diltn  l,y from   his   rtideness   aud   coarseness  ut
which an estimate nf the quantity of spei-eh.
tlie coal could be mndu. The coal Jniuts lloswell was iiioknamed the Uear-
showings so far opened up uru nol all hnder, from ins association with John-
solid coal, bul mixed with  shale nnd """'
dirt caused bv slides,
_.-   ,.«.,  Tr
COKRKHPON DUNCE, rieii.ni.
,1 tin Calvin was the Pope of the Refer-
'I'u the Ivlitur ni "I'm: Anv.txci-;; nniiiuii, ii'oiu his iiiliuenoe iiinuiig tho re-
sin  I dare say thai iiei'nre ihis formers,                                             Concord  Harness and Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
reaches you thai  ynu will   hate  been Lmiis Bminlahiue was  culled tho  lies-    j^.j   |    .   Order
liware of the inlenlion of the Indiiin nms iienee uf Uivlniiy, from bin ruro elo*
Agent  of the Colville reservation to 'l'"'1""'-                                                     Oa^dLex-ia -twill Receive Rpompt Atteiitiom
impound all aninials ranging on that. Arwuplmntoi was the Father of Corn-                       ^^     ^     -^ _- & j^ ^g.
ri-erv ■  frill     i If  ll   ■      I.  II ,r   , eily, because ho was the tirnt Greek satin- j                         wvr ■    •*■*'-    juk«. -«-* ^tt-n -«=».   ww
,, „.,   ,             ,.      ii,,,             ' cnl wrin-i-,
Down hurt' mi t.rami Prairie,  n suv ,    ,,. ,       ,         ,  ,   ,
mi,...., . .. ■ Ariii.tn was tho Salter Seult of ltnlv
tliu least, il is rather uu iiupo-utiuu oi
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
n        llnles from Peiitii'.iui lu ('ninp McKinney,  Rock  Creek.  Midway und
Boundary balls, two cents per pound for two tons or under,   Jlnrcus to Mid-
"" * '* way, the same rule.   Marcus tu Grand Prairie one conl pur pound,
A  Carload of Waggons,  Hinders,  Mowers, Rakes and
Ctiliden i.s  ealli'il  the Apostle of Freo ■ t \ *n    ■    ,        •      t      r-t     ''   r      , ■    I
, , ,,, ,,,', ,„ ,.„ ,,   Drills ust arrived.   Cheap for Cash.
■nile un iiceuuni nt his labors in thai at- •' I
Full Lines of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
I lard ware and Clothing on 1 land.
those settled close to Ilm line,  for
a     ■ ' ;   ■'    !
at
T'S
W.i.isti ui liis rikiU in uio liuu uf historical   -i
ruuimiue.
means thai those parlms have either     j„hi, Sl,ia,.„ W1|8 thfl Wlllk|llR Lil,ran.
rl"1 ' nee tbuirsloek in orhurdthuin, beemfo .if the uinouut nud diversity of his
lllld  liulli idleriiiitives iireuiit   of the knuwludgf,
questional the present time,   In giv- Wilibuu Ilogr.rtli was duldied the Juven*   :
ing Ibis order I feel siitislied thai  the al of I'liinters, lroui the saiir.o.d ohariieler
agent did nol lake into consideration of his works,
dm bother and annoyance Ibal the FRUIT buds,
earlier settlers suffered here wltliou,
c„n,|,|„j„l  I'rnin   the influx of Indian      Doesn't your oroluu'd want n,i.titirit.g?   -
cnyuses  tlml   was foisted upon llieni      Pur apples nud pears autumn planting is   ...
every  winter,  and  Ibis mi  it  range B<»"d unuii^li.
where lliere wus almost an animal lo      A1Wl"'«or white spots among huokle*
,. ,,. . berries nml blnuklieri-.ua  are hardlv rare   t
uvery acre; a   greul   i trust to   llie .   , ,  '
ell'alu'ti Iu  uesa'l'Vu   UliU'll  fuss tu he liiinlo    :.'.
jiresent ruservalion ipiuslion,  where, ovt,r thuin
even with the stuvs from Ihis side the     ,,„ , , ,   ..,      .,   ■
• The coiiiplidnts of tlm authorities about
line, Ilm avuragewi.ul.il iu ou - ,,,,„, .,„, Aui(.rlul. ..,,.„ apple., seems
mill In live biinilruil nere,,   [ suv live to be "intieii udo about uotltiiig."
hundred acres for coulrasl, for hud 1      T|l(, v.oji.i,  wnlr.iit may  lie a semi
put the avurugu up ill tlm thnusnuds, I tmpnnl ir.i.t,  and   nut  oiuiivly   luirdy
phonld I hull luivu been well within the Hutu llmri-hea ami   hears  .v.-ll in pn)
limits,   The Indians, when lhey make lecle.l nputs, ispnoiall; In the Uio siiljiirnH
tlm complaint,.-mil Ihu agent, when he "' '"'"•■ "" I'm'noi-th us wosioru New Vurk
gives thu order to iinpimnd all 13. C, aim .uiterilnu da.
,    , ,   ,   ,   Ciirn .-..,!„.-en',  in pieces  iwo feel lung
slock. .-Ill u-i-1 v Igll.irn   be  net i hat   1  s ,  ,   , .i.i ,
■ (whiile ur iip.lt),   set   iil'iiunil llie ll'ee tuiil
011 lh"1 S"'"   '"'" "!al  "'"  ll"|i'"' U"d io ul .... torn with willow oi binder   „
riiku.-iin Ilm dollars necessary to keep twine will stay nn fur tlnve years, and urn*
the blond circulating In his veins, and t«it the iree irntii suii'scald, borow, tiiloo   |
lite*
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Railway, Mining and Agricultural f
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
..
Ibnl It'll wus mil [ur the King George nud rubbits.   At least this is what oneof   i
men mid the work on their side of the our cuiiteinpnraries snys,
boundary,  Mr,   Indian would have a SOCIETY'S WAYS,
poor show to r.tke in anything better
than what he could raise on his own Ringlets  for  women and whiskers for  ~
Jmid, men m'e uiinouiieed as among the Inshion*
Old  si'tllui-i here cnn re mbur n »blepuss,l.ii|iiesof L..nd.ui's near [mure.    :
hnrdwl r and dnep snow wliuti cay-     Th"  '!"v"!,i!l" '""  is sll"ki"" °" ils  J
pedestal,    it iieguti to disni-pi-.u'  ia the   ■"
circles nf Htilinh business,   The great heat
use, were driven up li i the Colum
bia, in bunds nnd lefl ui i heir winter •
1 '.uu,i ju jjHumii |1IU worked a reviilntliiti,
Hinge, when cnyuses und eal.tle were      ,. ,   ,
,?,, ' . .    1'..-hi ti* may ciinip, and   f-ishnuin  inny    *
sn thick mi thai range Irnin tlm Iirsl ■ g0| hil, tllu „,„„„„, ,,„.,„.„;,;,,.,,,,„t. Tho  *
ci'ossiug below ilm customs house t"'Sp,,■,.,,;,_■.ini.. si,,„e holds its tnsel nation
the north fork, thai a mail mi horse* na, ,,f ■,•.:■ , and inanitaltis ils Inch value,
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
JI'
MIDWAY B.C.
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'  I  ah ala   -li   ...ia ,a  .,
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alaaiLI^'ala.ilaa;"-!',! ii...  !..;«.;.!;-.|.. 11  Mi .
a- i   ■!..:: ■;--;.....   .   ;   . .    ■!        .;■ ■;■ ;■ J'3'ii|2.aja..?
"a a
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btiek could scarcely navigate from une     In a stiim sunietv
tlm custom tn
end of the range to Hie other,   There  tnkuu pu.tuer  fur only nne roiind of a   /HAM'pD'pT   T       DDAC
wns no kick here then, however| the  dnnet'.   by tale nieiins Indies and gentle-    1     «1VA1  fJ.I-^l_,l-.    JJlViJO.
settlers  were glad enough lo seethe  •"«" cli.u.ge [.artuers five or six limes lu a   ^^
poor briiles kept from stiirvalion, but, single dnaen.
then you know ihis was n roserva-,    -y,, ,„. „, ,tl,...rnplted while yon doze In a
tion, nud the peoulu did no: waul to  ,.,„.. , ,„    ul ;,'.,,.„, ,,,„,,.,,',, ,,lftho
In. .1 their own side exclusive nnd private, Ou the other side, also, up tn
the present day, they luive always been
ready and willing to give as much a-
tt.ev take.   Vi.ini's. ko.. N'h'Mii.
Ini" t : ia,,is. Tlm k'.'.ink tins iinide ils
w y ini" iii- pulpit, An Irish oiergjinnii
the ntlu'i mi idny during tin, strv ee took
D snap -lm. u: ins eungl'egiition,
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
3P u an mt itubb,
d;Jyn VERNON, B.C.
Special Hates for Larg'e Orders and Ore Contracts.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAV, KETTLE RIVER,
First ClnssAecoiiiininluI ion.   (lund Stabling,   Terminus of Singe Lino
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
PAIRVIEW, B, 0.
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Xt-A-M'S   HOE17   S:ObX':3SX««
l.l'.MIIY, II, C.
Pirsl-Clitss Accommodation for Guests, Good Hunting nnd Fishing
Stages lo Vernon nml liluu Springs,
Xio-tolIs IMlcsystiJxdli., Prop.
■i.iwu-v/.' twtuwf M
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Higs to Hock Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Mnrcus and all other points in
lbe Counlry.   Parties desirous of seeing the mines should
(live us u Call,
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To,
RILEY  &  DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinery   Kept hi Stock.
CONKLE & DONALD,
ulDDWAY,   B.  C.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPO K A N E   J'" A I, LS,
!',(), Box 583, Washington.

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