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Vol. VI, No. 7.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
R.
W. JAKES, JI. 11., CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
pERALD WILLIAMS, Nl. D., C. Nl.
VKRNON, 11- tl.
1. vrii OP
St. Thomas Hospital,
I/isnoN, BNO.
r\R. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate   of   McGill   University
Late   Physician   and   Surgeon
Canadian  Pacilic   Ry.   Coroner
for East Yale.
I   P. MoliROD,
Bakkistkb, SOLIOITOR, Err.
Anaconda, li. 0,
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC,  K'l'i'.
VKItNON, II. 0.
I    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPubhc.
OBAND   FORKS   -  -  -  -   B.   O,
pOUBKSM. KBRBY, P.L.S.,
A. M. OS. P.P.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We huy the
the Very Besl Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices,  Give us a call and he convinced llial our
prices  are  llle lowest  in this  seelion  of counlry.
|[Boots ani Shoes, Mug, Etc.
We carry a large anil well-selected stock nf ahuve
nud as Wl* purchased our goods for SPOT CASH tie
are I'lialiled In give our custollli'ls the helieHt of Ihe
Discount.   Give us a Trial Older.
"W. *2?. Sla.Ei.-fc£'o3t»sa. ea.zs.c8. Co.
IOLESALE   AND
tail Dealers in dry
Wi!,1
goods,   boots and   shoes,
groceries and provisions,
KETTLE  RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations tor the Week
Ending December 7, 1896.
NOVEMBEB SO.
Britain, Brown's camp, I). H. Pelti-
juhii.
IIKI'I'Mlll'll   I.
Piastre, Brown's camp, 11. 1). Petti-
salisfai'lory. concentrators, or whatever plutit may he considered most
siiitalile for lhe ieduction of tbe ores,
will In- estahlishi'd. The company isu
powerful line, und is deterinipud t"
carry nu wurk vigorously und systematically. Operations ttill he prose,
ruled under Ihc direetitin nf M. (Iiii., a
; |lh j French milling engineer of repuleiuid
Belcher, Kettle river, A, L. Rogers.  v:"inl ''"I"'1 i''1"''   iH  '"'"'>'  "'■"■■•K
Midnight,   lh..tin's camp,   (I. I'uiii-!Il,,|lls' , ,,
MlillKs- THE  KEENE  CASE.
lIUrKHIIHII II.
I). (1.. Silliliuil laiinn. .1. I,. Wi-ciniill.        . ...
DECEMBER*. 'I   " Inllnlting ,s a   sy isl,	
Moreen,Deathvoudc W, ,,"•">'•'"■"   "'k"»  »'   H«« K "'Ve ease
 ,,„,,„ - ai the pre linlnuryexamination held nl
 "•"""'" •' Midway heforaC; A. R. 1 y. Ml..
Kairvtew, Ciunp MoKlnnay an.l Vornon,
W. 0. Haywiiiiii.
W. L. LEONARD.
NoT.tuv PUBLIC
Mitiwatv. 11.1'.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKRNON, tl. C
Commission and Insurance Ajr't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.O.A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Baps tad Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and "lining Camps of Kottle River
lining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. c.
-A.S,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
G. A. Uuius, M. A. H. A. IjlUlHS, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists .and Assayers
TlioruuKlily fmiiiliiir with Kairvlow and
Boundary Creok* Minora) Pronortlte. Proportion Examined. As«a,va mid Aitalysoa of Ores,
Fuel*, Ktc
10TEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Loonaril, Pcntiaion, B. G.
|J Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Slap Gonneotions at Pentieton
Willi SiciiiiiiM AJiet'deen foi Pairview, O.<i>yo:.s, mi;] Oroville, Wash, Also
Cnmp Mi'KiniH'y. Rock Oi'eek, Miiiway, Boundary [-"alls, Atuieondu, (JrteuwoiKl
Oily, Oarsuii, Gtuud Forks and p lints in Washington,
,.                         ,                            «■   ■ ii  .,          i.   ,,i       .           ...    i,    miu win  ni'UNi' ■ . .*•   ... i.iiiiiii*.. .*...<i,.
wines   iniiors ant   ciaars     M,lJm ™ll0|1< k«'"|<' nver, \\. l*.,         ■          .,      ,         •       .
■.-.IHV..1,   iiijiKii.-i ,iiiu   uaai-3i           , ' K. (iuvsinn, .)   I., .-mil .l.iui-'- \w\ t, .1.
Uulitits. ■ ,,         ,, . ,          ....
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing Inn reliable goods
kept on hand,,
A.  TiXtXAX.   SOLICITED.
Hilton's ay Co,, Vernon, I. C.
X»    O.   i3o-sc,   £3<Jt.
:«i
JS-Wffl! -
lluaih, Kettle river, W. B De ■.   P» «»» *i«*y'wM Halunlay    HI,
Alas, Kellle river, J, H. AshHeld.     »«• •*"'»*•   lh" ^ "fllll,M
o/„,-k, a mi,- ii. M-iii.ii'... i'"' ""'",[ :Vi,s ,""1 •; ":"nh'"u-
,, ..       ,,      , ,   ,   i  ,i .iiuu   lm ciirk nl  I .iiiiii .Mi Kiiinav iiii
ISl' use,   Ioiiiii arv creek,. ..I.    arris. ■ ,. ,   .     ,
...   ' „   .',,, ,, ,.       (hi* null iif Lhf atllli Oflolici*:
SuoWslor Suiiilis i*iiiii|i. M, Kay, :   „„   D. . ,,,,      ,,
Tha     Is     mini—   fit   ot       nl    I hi'
tauiTii'itaiTiasuF wont.. . ,.,,,.
ni'll-i ,' 111 l.Hl till- ( nn-lali'i- Ill-all-, ii la'
DKCEM11E1I I.                              .      , •„,,,,
,.     ,   ..    ,,  ,,   a llllV llli III  sivnill I'.allllall lls llllll.ws;
I'mil. I)., E. (J, Brown. ,.   " . ,       ,. ,   , ■     , ■    .
.,,      .  ,,   ,      .,,      , „   . . (lu Oi-liilii-r iilh  I  rt'ri'ivt'tl iiikIiiii-
Allurisi, G. Averill and P, Joiner,       .      „       .,    ,, ,.
lions lnuii Air. .M.-.Mm v supcritil'
THANSI'EItS, _ ,      ,,        :, ,.
in I .-.'I-. I.i proceed in l iiiiiii McK v
DECEMBEII  1. . ,   , ,      ,,       ,,   ,    • i
.    , . . ,,,,,,      and Iherelook mil  lm Man lloderifk,
lm l.i'iioiT, .',   uteres , J, P, Harlini in,,     ,i
i  mail Mit-pei'ted "I  laang th" |.arlj*
tn .1.(1. liana.
Iva Lfiiuri', J iiiti'i'fsl, T. II, .Iniill-[
anil Iii .1. (I. Haas.
Iva I,aiaaa, nil Interest, J, 0. Haas
to 11. (iiiihln.it.
Mini.., 1 interesl, 0. Dillier lo U, T.
Ilollgson.
Uiii'le,!, inlt'iTHt, li. T, Hodgson lu
H. 11. DeGray.
ll'llo oil AllKUSl 18lll  lasl inililnilliil II
highway 11 .lil.ii> nun llaiii|i Mi'Kln-
j lll'V. (Ill   Illl'   nil'.'isioll   nl   llli'   Imlil lip
of Mr, (!, B. Sli'Auh'.v.oni.of lhe in-
hers of the Curihoo Mining t'ouipiiiiy.
ll was kiintiii Ihul Uoileiirk Was on
his way inlo llioi'ounlry.its a ten days
liefore ho hail hei'll seen ill Uiollilslnli,
..    ,       , . ,  „  ,,  ,, ,,      ,    I nriivi'il nl Iaiui Mi'knmey ulmiitB
Uncle, all inleresi  II. II. DeGray lo   , ,   ,   ,    ., . ,
,,,,,, '       oeoik  in lie evi'iiiiiu, ami nut   mv
II. ('utIllicit. .     ,        ,,        ...
,,,,,•     ,„   1 hul-e 111 111,, alahle .uul it.'nl In-ilpliel
.   inleiesl, ,1. ('. Hans lu I.    ,   ,    , ,-
ill llieliiilel. S111111 iifiersllp ier Kei'lie,
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Farnisbed
Good Boating and Fishing.
Tht-TH will he a Turkey and
Chickuii Hhouling niiitcli, Dit.
24!h, »l Cai-s  B. (•.,«! 2:',0
p. in,, sharp, managed liy Mm
pi'iiii-c nf pun]   frllmvs,   Jark
Mi-AftT.   Also a
j   Ubemipi-akc,   all   iul emit,   11.
Shcadstn W, IC. Whltu.
- SAWMILL
and Ball
SMITH  ,-■   MoI.KOD, PK0PHIKT0B8,
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds offanctory
work kept in stoclc and made to order, Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
(Join, J iiiieri-l, .1. A. Elllnl li) II. A
Shailil-.
I'lioivsliile, ,| Inleresi, .1. ('. ifrillv In
X. Toklus.
(loinsiiiek Lnile, ,', inleresi, I!. Oro*
gan to   A.Allen.
IlKiaa.llllKi! II.
Ajax, J inliai-l, .1. II. liniiiialiiiii In
I), ta Ml'Al'l Illll'.
li. ('., ,', inleiesl, ,1. I,. Wiselnan lu
('. Van Xeas.
MllggillS, j inlele-I.S. lli.|itto|lll to
II. All..iiliui*.'.
Mutlofk, j Interest, ,\. Jelilness I I'.
Sleep,
11.1'., J i rest, .1. I,. Wis..im	
Ii. Tat Iur.
DUCEJIBEU 5,
Bonanza, all  Inleresi, T. llnlliu t
Haiaaaa Mouiilaill Hold  Mining eon
I'l'i'imreil   hy   Hie   Inluiiluli'o pally
Al lhe I. 0.(1. P. Hull ill llu
et ailing, wilh supper at llie
((innil Prairie llolel.
18 Sip
Sawmill on Okanaoan 1,ake, Handy to Shipment. Sash and iimm
Paotoey on <;. P. li., Vernon,
cook, Mrs B, 10. Davis.   Alia
ilivili'li   In  eoliii*  ai
gniul lillle at
I   Uiiloriido, all Inleiesl, T. OrllHii ii
llle illTllhCll, lainie I" III" llolel ami
lolil me 'I'hoiniis Orahitiii nnd a slwusli
naiueil Ales, ti ere walehiiig ill Ilm
j furks nf the Anali'llisl   llliillllllliu   iiiiiI
I'eniii-iiui   tvitgiui   minis,    Alici.il   II
nVlork llieari'usrdeaine hark ami Inld
ine oul' man hail "ai"' ililiuaiiip. I
a. nl ilimii In lhe (,'lll'ilniil eollipallj'H
oIliee anil .-at. lh" slwasll ll lm hail
hiuuglil the word limintp, and he de*
.ai'iiliul ilu- man Roderick, saving lie
wns riding ti gray hiU'Se. Theslwasli
Went iiaikln see ulnae llle llolse mill
iiiiiii tvelil. Iii. and Ki'lie Weill ...ll lo
where Giuliani was. I .lent hark lo
thu llolel ami gol a latlliiril ai.il is-
lllnilieil the loud lea.ling lo llle ensl of
I'.lllip MeKilllley. losee if I t'Olllll (lis-
eiiver any li'.teks. 1 then saddled my
hurse aud was walking down Itiwnrd
j ihe Carillon I'oinpnny's nflli'i. wlieii I
1 heardIwoshotslliTd. Isliirti'iltoriinaiid
as I r.ilin   In lhe  .till i- I   pill   llle   Illll'
, .-iii down und start etl up lliu road in
tha iliiiili.iii I  heard the .-Iinl- llred,
,  , Biiuanza Moiintaiii Gold Mining euui- ,     , ,, , ,, ,
id  huve a I met lhe iiitusc.i1 riding a gray lion
I'lSTAHIilSIII'lll    lMHIi,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
",n:i!ii,;*:i'; ITABM,"
BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
MIII.V..V, B. C.
UltKllNtVllOl., 11. 12.
u. iiAttimrT. n. r. niii.iisns
Btl(JNUA.I!,Y   rni.'.KIi
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Cti'.'oowooiI Olty, B, C.
\snying: and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
LADNER'S,
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS  AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.       E. HuTCHKitsoN, Manager.
B.C.
McLaren bros.
puny
I£ERR BROS.
-**-**M-TCIIK
and he suid lu ill.* Hill he hnd met
lluileiii.'k, hud spuken In llllll, ami
Roderick had wheeled iiroiinil uud
pointed a rifle al Iilm, Hint lle(Keeue)
hull shut Ullli lie  lll'illglll   thai   lia hail
Ikil
1 link nml saw Mr. ('nonage, uml told
*■•■<■■■■">'"■-■  "  "■'i""^l"'l';i„ni,l„s,„„ll,e .-laili'lni  road
1 in where (he idiuoting happened. I
1'"'T"I,'I Interesl, G. W, Spnue |tf(||  ||u, |(| ,„ im] „,, ,.  ,,„.,„
myself.    When  I  hnd una., ahoiil ii
long tint road, I saw
Nevada, all iuhuesl, T. Grillln to
Bouauza Mu.iiiliiin Gnld Mining euui
puny.
Molllllilill View,   all   inleiesl, P.   II.
^li?i" l" B"UIIZ"   M ,ai" Gulll|ki ..ii,....   a -   a: i:..i ,.;.,  I .■.
Milling coiupii
No. 9, Jim
It. Cilirahel'.
Tip Top,
A. Speuce.
IIS I    SylvesterK.,jluleresl,O.W.S|ieniT
"  to A. Speuce.
M lDWA V' I "(ipiii,-' all ilihaeal,   R,   V. M ' I K""'"' {'"h" '' ^WW ^"'"li"«
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS T, Kirk! !"' ll,u ''"" "' " ""l" l!'illH	
DECEMnRll 7. face III llie road, apparently dead, We
New  St.  Maurice,   i   interesl,   1*. rolled llllll over on Ills liuck,opened hin
Meat dollvorod al Ujck Creok untl all llio   l.el'evre lo A. (iitfiiier chillies  and   round  a   hllllet hole in
Mining Camps. j    ^,,u   gj(   Jlaurlee   I    inleresi    K   uiediately helotv the lefl  nippie,   Life
ivasuxtincl.   I Biiggesled we'li-ul hei-
MARCUSandMIDWAV
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i i\ m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 i\ m
Arrives Marcus Thursda) and Sunday .it 9 a. m
 -#
SPl'lCl.M, ATTENTION UIVKN TO MAIL. FREIGHT AND KXI'llKSS
xx. x2>. MOBBisov, moapniaawoit.
j. Kerr
? n
ore
R. D. KERR, p-efevre tn M, Gire.
________\   New 81. Maurice, i interest, E. Le- ter lake the lnidy In Hi" "imp. I Weill
fevreloj. Jl. J. II. Gire. and gol a rig for lhe pin pose, und on
*""■"             j    New Si. Muiirlee, _ inleresi, E, Le-  my return I unesleil  Keene, and limli
IHinorea and Leghorn
fevrr Iii P, Conl uricr.
► • 4
THE   ST.   MAI/RICK   COMPANY.
jlOR SALU.     PUICK  $3.00,
K, PITTKNimruiI, ItocH i'miu,
I7(ii*; _A
rhornujfh At'i)iiuintaiu't' with Ihc Kettle
Itivor mill Houmliir;
Dlitrlot*.
W. DALRYMPLK
Croueral     Slia*olctsixn.JI.-Tblr
KAIRVIKW, B.O.
All   Kinds or Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
'- "ISANTA CLAU3 HAS ARRIVED! I?™
,1. W. I-^EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work IVurranlt'iI.     n.aani
P, B. JAGQUKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTV.
VERNON, H.C
— ^V^^/^-t,*'--
A'
ND broug'ht an Biioriiious stock of goods to be pres9ntftd at Xmas for
Babies anil Children of tender anil more mature apfos, as well as for
grown folks.   His sleigh has liaen loado'l down, and he has delivered
j at his headquarters at the Postiifliso Store, Midway, immense quantities
of goods fit for presents,   Mentioning' a few of them, they are:
Commercial Job Printing.
'THE ADVANCE,"
Dolls Big und Dulls Small, Toys of All Kinds
and Descriptions, Drums and Fifes and Music
Boxes. Hocking Guises. Jumping    neks, Ten i
Pins, Buttles, Dolls' Koi-niliii-e. Animals, Ele,
'"   " '	
Dressing Cases, Manicure tie
-   Work Boxes,
Writing Desks, Silverware,
Hasswiire,   Wall
Packets, I'i. lures. Oliristuius
free Ornaments,
uml   Olher ll.lns Tun Niunei
mis 1.0 Mention.
I fllilll liini 11 revolver it hicll I .*sm mi I,
I Iced ilm I n >r '.hi- tl '.vn mi
an exploded cnrlridgc.   I  ivi I lhe
prisoner Hint iiiiylhlng lie might say
Operating in Ceitiial eninp i- a coin- nilghl lle  (liven   ill   evidence  ag.ilns1
puny of which up lu the present, lillle him   ;,i   |,ja   trial,     II"   ufieitt.iiils
has  heen  hi'iird, as lhey are qtlielly volunliirily slnlcd   llml   lie  Uud  1
pursuing I he even Icnor of llielrwuy Roderick mul hail said to Iilm, "I- hul
eiiiaying  on  iiperiilimts  of 11  iiilnor y.ui. Mali:-'' mill llial  lluilerick hud
iiaiiin., prep.'initnry lu   Installing a unit! "Yes,"  I wheeled around all
I cuiupli'lc   oiillll   ol    111,11 liuiiiy   and ni nni" .-ii'i pul  up lit a: he
pulling a large force nf men In work (Keene) had drawn his levolici nud
loduvel ip Iheir propel I y, .', ,,.    ||,.a.,ul al-. tin.   II iderieli hid
a prlvule .'"in- the 1 ill.- levelletl al  hin.. in I' iillj 1 •
I'.iny, iiliuse in hers are old I'liunlry ||ml uhIioI wnnlil lm  1 n-liiif
freiiih inplliillsls, .mil  Iheir proper* way liclwceu 111* nlddle ...  Ilis Incus
lies lu Oiili'al cninp consist of llie Sl, nml s|(l|.,   Ki'i'iu*'* t'l'Viilvci   ivai ..::•>
Muiu'iie.  Si.   Inseph,   I.--IIU  uml Mul Culls, iililch was lirodiiced and Idciill
Vent.   Tne am 'oinpany have .1-.. 11 ||,,,| i,v |.|l(. wiiuess,
lea 11 Hi" Jack nf Spades, aniillier     Gross-exiiiuiiii'tl   ) ''"'l"   	
gnnd  eluiin  in  ilm  -.nn" cuuip,   -li tiiiii 11 provlncliil iimsliihli-i Mr. l.'up-
present, however Ihere i> smile mi- pageandl seal  lhe Indian tn locate
understanding liettvi-en Ihe parties In Ruilerick's horse,   When Keene weul
Hie   lease,   and   imlil   luallers  are nnl   m  (im\ ,  he  was  mil  aeliug
straighteiii'd mil  no  nellon  will he mulei-my inst met ions,   ll ntt-ui mat-
taken under il.   It wunllieeiuiipnny'a |,,,. „[ chance llial lhe uccuseil weul
ini. nil.ai lo Iirsl develop the Jack uf ,,,,1 ||u,|.t, inslciul of oueof us.   At.lhu
Splldl'*,  lull   OWlllg   In tlie   II I.le ie- |i ,f |he lil-ing.il llli-shii'i- III ' In	
I ferred loatleiillon will Imp lid to the I wiw up and llirre went snuie clouds in
ulher properties,   Tin- machinery lo the sky.   When  lhe  11 11  ivns  mil
he il.-lalleil I'm  the nurpliseol'dl'ielnp- „|,.| mi.,|  l.y   clolllls 1  it ml,!   BCC May
iii em will he ii I'liinprcsstir plain mul u,.||.    l  recognized Keene when he
tliaiuond drill, n  Wells' ivnler eiiglne, wus riding Inward um uhnul 6O01IIO
11   satviiiill   mul   iltiiiiinu.     Tlie   mu- feel. anuy.   The accused showed llie 11
ehineiy. whieh is already nidered, 'till iiii,.. when tie were al Hi" liudy, 'tl..' h
; li" hrnuulii i lh" allow, and us si .mi ]„. ||(|W| |Yllln 1),, >i,!,*. ,i' ll," a. mil, hul
'is ii  is installed work  will he coin- «,. tveie lui-v at the ii    The rifle
. . . Come Early and Make Your Selection . . .
Edward I. Ii, Postals hi Store ani Bazaar, Mw^Tusitxs ssssp
7 J U    iirnpeitii-a   should dcvi'lopireiil pnive (I olictuili'd oil I'agi  • THE ADVANCE.
W. II. XOItlllS I'liiieuinnii
I'lililislicil   weekly   ul   Mi.livn.i,  ll.C.
Sliliseriplion Price, JUKI Iii'i annual, pitiable
In iiili'iiiii.ii, olftior roarly m- iialf-vi'iirlv at the
oiiiiun nf tho NRtisenber.
AilrcrlisiilK lliiti-s si-nl nn applfoatlotl,
Tiluiigh tlm columns nf 'I'm.: .liuaiM'K arc
always open fm- llie discussion nf matter, uf
pliblie interesl uml iinpiirliiiiiie. ive ill. nutncc- .,     ,„.,..„.*,,„   i    .,,   ,,    ,,,,, ,..,,„  „,
nyoUbo opinions expressed,   '" ""  U'eilslon, liolli on the part nl
cettftarlly onilon
CoiTestxmdenci
published,
the railway |ilalforui an address was I
presented lo iheir exeelleuclof hy the
citizens, wliieli wns rend hy Mr. .1. I., i
Duties, city clerk. His excellency re-1
plied iu a few wall-chosen words,
regretting his inaliility in slay in ilia
heaiilil'iil Okanagan always, The expressions nf sorrow it ere very generul
GREEWNOOD CAMP
BOUNDARY CRRl'IK, B. 0.
.. Wt 60I1I Drop Boarig fa
NOTIOK
uiih
rnTif'K
I bo Illl
of llir I'm
ico
nf ii liersoiial mil ure will mil lie
' A cress in llli.-snare hull.
i-ales lliiil viiin-siifiai-i-i|itinn
in, this paper has oxpiroil,
MONDAY. DI'ICKMBKII II, 1898.
EDITORIAL NOTES,
the large miniher nf citizens assemhled
to hid them farewell, and the viceregal pally.
W'lin are to he our next mayor and
nldei'iiieii, is very much on lhe lapis
just now. The popiilor opinion in
town is Ihal a change would he hene-
lleial, li ia uialiaiial.lv a fuel Ihal our
presenl civic rulcis during Iheir lenn
htiye systematically shirked mailers of
greal. interest, lhe most nulnlile one
heing thnl nf a water uml drainage
system, nml Ihe people at the presenl
epuch must certainly waul a cinuicil
inure enterprising, uud one thai will
act. Last year the high honor of city
fathers weul u hogging, lull I um of
opinion enough inleresi will he evinced
Ootid AcL'Oiiiiiiodiition lor Travelers.
flood Livery Stable in Oonnoetlon
FRED GRAF, PROP.
tliercfr
Aciii'iiuu enipiiry which (•iiiisuined
the great er [port ion nf luo days, the
justices liefore whom Hie preliminary
exaiiiinnliiin in lhe Keene case  was
laken. decided Ihul asnflleienl niniiunl
nf evidence wus not hefnre the courl
lo warrant ihe licensed lieing coin* . , , ,
...                      ,                  '               tu hriugolil n pluralllv ul  wind (In
nulled   upon  lhe , i hurge   preferred |,.„.,,....	
iigaiosl   him, viz.. of nilirderlng Mall
Hiiilei'ii'k, llie supposed highway role
her, al Cnmp McKinney un llie 2lllh
of Or toiler lusi,   In iis account nf the
proceedings, lhe  Spnkesnuin-Revleiv
<*iimiin*nls as  follows:  "This action
fur llie ensuing ll.l'lll, Mr, W. .1. Ann*
.siroig is spoken of as a pussilile fundi*
date for tiiavor, while a large iiiiinlier
of eilizens ate niixluus to confer the
I honor iiiiiiii Mo. W. P. Cameron, I
'will take upon myself lo eiiiimerale
§  The trade centre of the Grand my
Prairie,    Kettle   river    and ^J
&M Boundary creek mining and ffi
Mayor— W, P, Oaineron, inerchaiii,
Aldermen     W.   3,   ArniRlrong,   P.\
McGotven, S lol .Smith, W. T. Stint-1
iford, Gaplaln Gai'etv,
, lliu following gentleinnii to acl as city
•' wus uuprecci eiilei   in I he h story u i, ,,        ,,      .......        ,     , ...
,,',.,        , ,     . , lathers I - u-  Inli.  ami   who would he
" cruilllKl   liiMsprui enee 111   lllllsll ( o-     .        .. . .    ,. .
,,,,,,, ....       eliTli'd hv ai'i'liininiiiiii is the generul
" hiiiilini, ns it had been llie unlading
. ., ;   opniioi
" custom In cniniiiil to jail uniler such
"accusalIon niilii lhe regular cuurt
" lenn,    The preponderance nf eti-
" deuce Jn" Hi '(-Usui's I'uvor, how-
"ever, more than justilieil llle jusl ices
"in disregarding I he truditlous of I heir
" ci imiuiil procedure."
As In whether or uul llie inagisl rates
aeled uilliin ut ii iiiii.i, llieir jurisdic*
tion is a mallei' nt ipiestiou, ami une
which we uie quiti.1 cuuleiil In leave
for decision lo Hie proper mil Illicit ics,
 ^—
'((rn nlijecl iii referring to the case ia
not for Hie purpose of discussing
technical puinls, Iul nil ha. locilllul-
l.entioii In whal has always seemed to
us gross neg igence on the purl of the
mil linlil ics in llieir Irculnirul uf the
case, from tlie day nf Ihe couimillul of
llie highway rohhery up lo lhe
uequitliil uf ilie licensed referred tu
upon lliu charge ahiive recited.
♦
T.IKINU a retlospcclit'e view of Ihc
case, tie Iiiul thai although the till*
I hm il ics were iniiile an ai c of lhe fact
Ihal one of Hie mosl during highway
robberies over eoniiiiilleil in the
province liad taken place, no persislenl
assistance tvus offered those inleresi ed
in Hm recovery of lhe bullion and lhe
bringing lu justice of the criminal, Ihc
same heing lefl nlinnsl eliliri'ly in Ihe
hands of lhe olli-ers of the Cariboo
company.
W& agricultural country.
m
horoby given tlmt Application
.de in ilu* Lcgielixtlvii \ •I'lniil'.-
iif Brltitdi Uoiumuia al lu iioxi
i iucorpumliiigacumpaiiy wiih
power i'i coiiHlt'iict.  opu'iiitu  ami  maintain
electric power mid l-ri'. sLutiona iuu) -i nystt m
of electric power mid electric IJgbl plnutfl al
,   till'  fallOWiUg   -i.lli'.li'.   \W:
-•*«. i,: SomocoiiVfJiilciii polnf aboul throohund
it. yardsiibovo ilm up|
Ph'ut.itliiuB   Mcils Ni>i*i'i>'l ! l'"' Kootenay river m
dlvorl from id1' suid Kooii liny river al  ■'i.i
poinl .-.i iiiicti <-l Hi
necessary to outal
|2,0W| hur-io power,
lli) ai rjouie -I,.,'..nil-Hi pulnt un ilm sou Ui
.-.ide ol' Koolouaj river, ahuiil tino hundred
yards above Lhe poinl where tlioColiunbiaaml;
Kuoteimy railway croroee tlio Kootenai river: J
uIbo iu lake, nt-i- mul divert from the ftflld:
•KooU.ni.yrivcr.at Bflkl polut so much of the
waicru tlioreoi us may ne liucosiAry tu obtain
(e) ai sonic cbiivoiileni point ou the north
{bank ut' liurphy creek, auoul one hundrod
I yards from tha i»uni whoru ilu- Murphy crook!
(tirwliiiKi (mil iTiisHfr. .Murphy "rook:also to
take, iihc uml divert troth the imid Murphy !
creek ai uaid poinl no much uf ihc waters
iiici'ciii' oa mny in* noceiwary to obtain throe I
iiiiiiisiikI i3.0juJ horuo puwer'
All uf  which aoovo points nr * williiu lhe
Wesl Ulvisioil Ot Kuuleiiiiy UUirlct,
Willi power lo uso iiii ui i-iiiii waier power
or any portion thereof from mi) uf wid Hutu I
fur the generating oi oloctl'lelty to In: used una |
motive powor iur pi*oUQ ling, driving, hauling, |
liftinjf, puinpiiiK. eriishlnn, mncltiiiB, (IrilllliBj
iiniiiil^, aim tiie operation ui tramways mid
ibe supplying uf powor for ihu opuratlun of
iniiics mid Btatlonarj mm linici'> mul oloetrtu
liniiiiiiK of clllos, towns, munioipalltlos mul'
iiiiiieMiliil llie siippl.i uf heal ami tur uuy ulher |
purposes fur which ii niny he applied or ho
required, wilh powor 10   make   rales   and ;
the supply of snid powor, %h< iiiid
NOTICE. MIDWAY
~~       SAWMILL.
fQyl heal mul rooolvo romuuoral Ion at such ratos.
ifb*       Wiih puwer tu the applicants to coiistruot
Slgi ami malntaiti buildings, eroclions, wolia, dams,
IfsV raoowajs, viaducts, iramways, orothor hccch-
SJfl San- works councetod thorowlth fur uitlizlng
loint aboul throe hund-' T   _, a__    „      1   C*l- !.    ^1^ —
■": -" i■;'••■" Lath and Shingles.
um n an llu  ■-'. Ague O
SASH - DOORS.
ROUUH AND DBESSED
^LUMBEFU-
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
The best h;ty and grain
raised in llle Mission Valley
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by
^..t.   Situated at the junction of -«■
Be the Boundary creek, Marcus m
j mid Improving nnd Inuroaslug the wator privi*
legos aud also to alitor upun and expropriate
hinds fur .-iles fur puwer houBos, stnlloiiH and
iieccMsary Irauiway lines and subways in COU-
iicciiuti with Ihe said works and right uf way
fur carrying the olectrio uuiTonl uimorgrouud
'head  npd to  oroot, lay, coustruot,
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
"Wx-i-fco  fox- Frioeft
^5 and Reservation wagon roads, ffl K^iKs^SS^:
A"'J ^J_w I pHaiieos ncceflsarj or proper for tliu generating
aif>   of oleotrlo powor and light, i's use and tmns-
. „'"-"!     I,,.illl.. .1   ai.nnl.it in*   Ilm   on inn i   ml Mi tint	
^ reservation mines
|H Nearest point to the Colville S
$m reservation mines. 181
Ilia Honor llio blotiloiiaat-Qovoi'iior, under
llu-iiillliii|.il''iniiifi>iTi..l nu him In- suu*800lloll
2 nf suction 2? uf luo "lloallli Act, 1883," law
boon iilciiaoil in Ico, uml doc. horoby make,
ilia Following rogiiinttiiiis, namely i
I. Thai Hi' Kelt o Itivor JllnlngDivision uf
tlm Villa Eim-toml DlBtricI bocroatwlo tjoallli.  „.,£,
liinlricl uniler tlio provisions uf llio "Health i wljv'
Act, 1893.
2. Tlml William Gi
hi .Miitii-sv, lu Un* I.
ilium MoMyini, Itocorilw
I'll!  lllllll'll III'  lleallll fill'
A. (IA11PHELL UEUDIE,
Deputy Clerk, ISsocutlvo Com
Certificate of the Registration
FOBEIGl**    Ot.10iTtA.TS-V.
Companlos' Act. Part IV, and Amending Acts
The ('.tnunuMisiNii, Mii.i.in'u anu Smelting
Company (r'tuiiuuxl.
Registered the 23rd Day of November, ISDC.
T IIKIIBIIY OERTiFB Ilinl I hnvo this
1 day leglstci'ed "T.io Cariboo Mining.
Milling and smelling Coini'iuiv (forelgnhiuidor
" The Compiuilos Acb'l'nrl IV, "Ucglsti'iiliott
, nf Kareigli Companies," und ninondhig acts.
■ill   Tho heat! olllco of the auiil i-oiii'inny Is situ*
nti'il nl lbe t'jiy uf S|iiikiiiin Mills, Stale uf I vni-twi In Suits uf (Jlnt.li
| WilKluiiglim. t , .S, A.
disclosed in the hearing in lhe Keane !   The objects for willed Ilm company Is oslab*  he lie
1 Islt'jd iii'u: Of (inning mlncsaiid lahilng clalma
nnd i'i.'hI propci'l'-, wall all llu- necessary .tutor
rights thereto In tlio tcrrllorlcsof Wasliiiigion
nn.l Main in llu, I'liia-il Suites nf Ainiai.-.i.
unil also iii IliiiiKli tlutiuiitiia, iiiiiI alto fm- the
purpose of owning, controlling and operattiii
nil noccssary mills, smollors unil I'oduellon
works uilliin Etntd looalitlos fur thot'eductloii
uf nny iniil all urea intiiod or oxlracled from
any mines so ncmiiroil or tvorked by tbo saitj
company ivllhlu suiil rcspcctlvo jnrlatiielions;
anil also la work unil rcdiicoany and nil una iu
any uf aaiit works owned ur operated liy said
company in any uf said 1 ii-uliiies, uinl toprn.
iliieu iiiillimi therefrom an I sell and dlsp isa of
the same, ami in sell, transfer and dlsposo uf
liscli.,..,! hv t|u. imid millingpraportyor bullion Iborohi,ani	
any it'll nil Iinui,'- iii'r..*siiry 11 carry nn a
general mining, iiul'lng and smellliig bnsliions
tviiliin .slid respective jurls'lictlons, unit for
siicli purposes among oth t- lo mako. use and
cinistriicl tliinu-a. din-lii'-, trannviys, milifays.
uinl rights uf tmy noccsnury for tho full and
COmploUl eiilllnil ul llu- IJIl-illi'SHIIul'r.-llill.
Tl :i|iilitl siiu-k iif llie suiil eompaiiy Is
olglil Innidroil tlioiimni] ilollnre, dlvlilcd iulu
eiglu hundrod thousand Bhiit'o* of ono dollar
usurp Ihu power ve.-led  in uud only I "qi'voii under my banc] and s. tolllceal
heliuiL'iiiL' In I he siiiireiiie ciuirl. Viotorlii, Province nf llrilisii Columbia, Ibis
Iweuiy iliu-il dii.v uf novoinbor, ono thousand
,    ft.'* .      ,. olglit fiiindrotl and nlnoty-Blx.
MANY  nther  leiiliires   in  tills cuse S. \._ ft'OOTTON
That oivinj* in lbe luck iiFciiuci
acl inn mi liuliulf nf llie coiislulih'
ised
cuse, lhe Hiiyeriiuiciil. lliriiuxh Iheir
nlHeiiils, tibii.se ilul.y il uaihnihleilly
was to ai'iiisi Uoderick insl uud of nl-
louillgothers lu iuierfere in Ihu iniit-
Icc, uec in n it'uy rcspuiisihle fur llie
sail trageilv which occurred ut Cuuip
McKiuuey',
-*-
Tun iiei iiiii nf Ihe nlllcers, lnii,8,iyi)i'S
uf unyllilng hul lh- rigoi'iius Icnfort'P-
in.uii nf lbe Inn
fuel   Ihal   nlll ((ll   ilicesled   ut    Ihe
time llle tragedy look place, lu'une
tvus suliseipit'iitly given his liberty us
u I'tuisi'ipuuicu nf the finding uf a
coroner's Jury, lu whom il tuny be inferred the light due.', nol bei..llg to
vesled hi nn
supreme euiirl.
la ua
belonging lo Slimier Bros.,Ihu
Hustling    Frclglllel'S,    llial
help.il   In  Inni Ilia lliruiuh time freight,
110.(0) p lllllll-'. fill'El. Daisc.ill, lh' lednlll.l-
nlile harg.iln ili-peii'iu' »f goiiurnl ineivlinn-
ilisa. Harness, Suid Ins, etc., m Carson, H. I'.
My stuck Iscnnipli'lc inili'lailaiiilieplele and
ll'iiil iui's um
Iwu.ir, Dry Guilds, Minimis, Hie,   My grocery supplies are siifflclunl.
tn satisfy lhe wauls nf lh Hire Kellle lllvur valley.   My stuck nf Miners'
■Supplies is just. whal. Is wunted by lhe Ppispueturs anil Miners, I am selling
ai Spokane SPOT CASH Price's, lieighl only atlded (duly thrown in) Come
and ini
ED. DHSSCOLL, CARSON, B. G.
♦ *
♦    ♦
♦        ♦
NACONDA HOTEL
ANACONDA,   B.   C.
Vlsilors In lhe llntitulary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at lhe Anaconda
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling-
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
could hu cited, culling fm'lllifnvoralile
cniniili'lll, bill sufficient bus been suid
tie believe III shnw llllll if British Cn*
Ititnhiii wishes lu retain her gnnd muni'
us u country in which u wholesome respect is,'puid in the law, in future
officials high in uiilhui'iiy musl. pay
inure alleiitiuit tn ihu more serious
cases nf eii.ne that ini'* lie committed
in the province, and allow less nu*
Iinui! v In remain in Hie liaiuls nf in-
experienced and sensitiveofficiid*..
     , . 4
VERNON  .VOTES.
Fi'.iai Oar ii.t'n 1'unvnp in luui.
Mr. J, ^Ogdeu (irali iiiiu is paying
Verm.ii a business visit.
Dug. Wl'lglll   llllll .I.S. IVIly lefl   f„l
England mi Tuesdny lasl. As hull)
these gentlemen arc largely Interested
in the mining Industry nf Oknii.igiin,
there Is iiutliinhl llieir vlsil tu the Old
Uiiuul ry mil l.e ibe means nf liiltucnc-
Illg foiislderabli cnpl nl lulllls secllon,
The   h'llg-llifellrll    piwllillll    llf  pl'll.
tiiiriii] eniisiiiiile fnr Vernon hns id
length been iiwui iled, Mi, El' Sim-
ii...lids being the furtnuale reclpieiil,
The il|ipollllinenl is,-1 very pupuliir nne,
Mr. Slum Is being n generul I'ui'urile
iiiid III every way lined fnr lhu position,
The Morninglllmy Mine t'liuipnny
havu hud six fresh assays uf Iheir ruck
dining the past week. Five were
Ulilile by Mr. Ilaitey uf Vaiiennver
and une by nur Inenl tiss.iyer, Mr.
Laliiuer, Tlie ussuys ranged frum IfHII
tt) $08, i, very siitisfaclory result cot].
sideciiig if tvus uut picked rock, as
each scries nf .assays prove lhe nick
richer. Tlie shnrehiilders are feeling
jubilant nur iheir properly,
End and Lady Aherdeenandsulle
left, till Saturday last  fu Oll.i'.'.n.   On
Iteglfltrar of Joint stuck Companies.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Certificate of the Registration Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Crown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving" the Nursery
illiiitf mul BiipplyillB liic wmic: witli power
i construct telegraph lines mul tolephonu linos
ter und along tnorouteatHkoii In tratwmittlng
.id power, i^im unit lioatj with power tu
dike ni(cs uml collect snmo fur liic une
icroof by llu- public, uml all micli othor
powowM may be ncccssury in fully and com* j
plotoly cun\v mi nnd oporato such works,
The applicants to have Un* power to partlcu*
larly transmit and dlstribnto tlmolooric powor,
tghl iind heat liithotownso(Nolson,tto88iauu,
Ti-all, liaslo, Saudon, New Denvei-. Three
l-'nikHuml Niikusii. ami in wieli other oltioB.
towns and niitnicipaliiicsiwmay he cstabllsliuu
in thosaid West UivUion at Kootonivy Districl
and Yale District, and particularly thai purtion
tooreof drained hy ilu; Keiih- river ami Boundary creok. With power in ihe applicants in
ongaue in iniiitiig operations and acquiro by
Incut inn or otherwise howsoovor mining proper*
lies ami claims an I work ihc Bamoaud utilizo
tho electric powor goncratod as aforesaid in so
doing, wiih power to purchase, acquire and
tnku ovor hy nil reqiiii-tto dooils and tuwign*
montrifrom nnv irtiBtoo for the npplicaiiLBiiny
proporty, ri^his, waicv privileges, and case-
nienis mid mining claims or lem-cn acquired by
any truatooon heiiallof tlionpplicaulsaud tlmt
Hie water privileges so aequivetl asafovosiUd or
oblaiiied hy the applicants for what-uvur purposo uw-y ne consolidated where pussilile ami
may he held, utilized and employed in Ihc
oxcroiw of oil ornny of ilu- powers ivoovosct
fnrtli. Wl-h powor to the applicants to take
mid use from the ICootonny river. Murphy
eivel;, Ketile river mul Uoiiudary creek, and
iiiiiuiai'ies Ihorouf.at convoniout poini«s'.ich
fiirtlio? water powor ns may he ueoessary fori
llie atiPOHoId purposea,
With power in Lhe applicants i*> couHU'uct,
maintain mul operate Miiglc or doublo track
iramways wilh all liocessary switches, side
tricks and turn oulB. polos and wires, ami all
other requisite appliances and poworalnconnection ilici'i'wiia \i\ytw ami along the hunts,
ruii'ls, sln-eisii ml hritigcscimneci ,w, tho towns
above tot forth mid within the radius nf (en
miles uf each ef said towns and within Ilm curie limils nl' any ul' said towns over Ihu
strcotsnnd bi-Id oHtheroofwlfh the prlvilogo
In iiuild such lines nt Iramways in sections and
from one town lo anolhov without heing
required lo hnild lhe othor lines ami Within
one or mure nf the -aid (owns ur municipalities
wishniit being required to build in ail iho said
Lownsj with power lo tako,tfansporl and carry
possongors and froighl thorcon, and also wiih
ror to ust' in tlie. running mul operation
thereof lho oleoivie power to he generated as
i aforesaid, or sunh   oilier   motive power iw
I the iipplie.iuU may sec ill.and powertooon*
i BtrucUoltgraphaud tiloplioiiolines nlimg ihe
thcroutos laken by lho tramway lines, with
tho rlghl io make nitoa mul collect name for
I the use thereof by ihe puhlic.   With [rower io
i the applicants tn enter upon and expropriate
I hunts and In Opoil and break mi the soil and
piVvuineuUfof lho mad,-;, si reels, highways and
bridges fur the purpose of laying pipos.ralls oi
tnuiKB, erecting pules or for ani othor purpose
ami for all Biioh powers as may he necessary to
fully and completely carry on llu- works afore*
said or any id' them.  Wiih powor to tbo applicants to mako running arrangements or amalga*
mule with nn) ciompanj' having similar powers
nr with on   or more of ihe powers herein applied tor, and with power in acquire by pur*
chase nr otherwise any privilege bold by any
person or persons, corporation or corp mil ions,
otbeuotll or advantago in lhe currying on nf
i he aforesaid works mul oporato ihc hnsim ss of
any such person or persons, corporation or cor-
porations,or utilize the said privilogoslntho
carrying on of the aforesaid works and fur all
such nnweras may he nootssary lo fully and
complete!) uorryonand oporato nil or any of
the aforesaid works.
Dated at lhe t'itv of Victoria, Ihis tilth day of
Novombor, A. D.1BIHJ.
MrlMlll.LII's, W00T0N& HAKNAIlD,
Solicitors for lhe Applicant**,.
LIME! LIME!
If you tvitnl. tn pninl up a caliin,
plitster a house or luiilil » foundation,
call for lliiie at
Geo, T.Wells'Lime Kiln
Office, Kendell k (V» Store,
Boundary Falls, B, C.
To
We are taking First-Class
Mining Properties in hand
for
POBEICH   C01HFAI9'T'.
' Companies' Act," Pact IV, and Amending
Acts.
Finding all cash, time and
trouble and furnishing the
Stock ready lor Mrrket,
and are willing to take
our pay in stocks. Treasury Stock   Listed   East.
For Furl her I'articuliirs
Apply lo
L. C. DILLIHAN,
Broker, Spokane.
NOTICE.
Sillliajsof Ibo Licensing Court lor tho Osoyoos
unit ICottlo Rlvor divisions uf Yule district,
will lie bold til llsuyiiiis ami Miiiway, un thu
16th day ot December, 1808,
('. A. II. I.AMMA'.
Osoyoos, 11. ('.. Nnv. 12, Ullli.
Tile Silver Kliif; (ii.l.I  tlinin;. ( onijiuny
II'IIUKIIIN.)
Registered the loih Day of September, 1896
HEREBY ('KI!Tll.'v;,iliiii I liitt-ii this ilm-
T rnsn
1   l'l'ltisl
I'.   (  I.    1(().\   -,
HO K
',»'J.
ANE   FALLS,
Washiiigloi]
i
I "'I'li.- hllvcr King linlil Milling
Uoiniiiiny   IKurclgn) Ier llu1 "L'aiu|iaiilos
Art, I'arl If, "iieglsli'iilloa nf KarolgnC ■
lianlos.'umliiiuoiiiluig Acts.
Tlir Iinui nillt'ii ui iiir .-niil CompanyIssltii*
itiml ul Hm Cily uf Spokane, In tlio Stale nf
U'lisllillKli'li, l?. x. A.
The nl'iTi. (or ivbloli llu- Cmiipiniy i- ostati*
llslii-il um: Tn inif.li.i-... bold, awn, work uud
operate minus uf gold, silver, I iul, copper ami
nilior inelals, antl lo sell ilu- mine; loony nml
soiloresoi such inelals*, iu btttlil,equip, otvn
nml operate any mill, muoltor uv ratlnolinii
tvni'ksiiaoosfliirj up loiivenlenl Insiiebl
.ml iii iiiiii mul in iiiii'.'Iiiis.. nml oiviitiny foal
ostate nr p r-niiiil property noccBsary or cull* I
vonlotit tborefoi'i nnd in construct and otva
any tvngoii rmi'l, I citmw,t>. railroad, or (olograph in ii'li'i'liniii' lliu1 necessary or uoiivonlonl I
for sueh business; said liiisincss in hr non.
ductoil ollber tn llu* tlullcil Slates nr llrilisii
I'l.liiiiililn. nr limb.
Tlm capital Mock »f tlm suiil Cnmpnii) is
si'iin luitiilrod uml iuu   ilmu- I  dollars,
dlvldol iul iii-ii'iilciiili'. Inni tlfiy ll -.mil
sbaroti of tho par value of ono dollar each.
Olvcn under my liatitl uml seal nr ohlco at;
Vii'iuriii, Province nf Hriilsh Columbia, flits
Ullli day of September, turn
[l.8.| S, Y. OTOTTO.y,
Registrar ol'Joint Stnoli Coinpattlc
J. McNICOLf^
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
POBEIGSI   COMFAafY.
r.-i.npnnles' Act, Purl IV, aad Ameudlng Acta
Df.aler in
Grexi.eipa.l  Merchandise.
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO. {}£h",
i.i.ti Maciazixb at Anaconiia,
a
Eastern Star Cold Mining' Conipiiny
(KOltKION,)
Roglslorod tbo liOtli Day July, 1896.
BUILDERS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough -:- anil Dresssd:-: Lumber,
Shingles, - Ms, ■ Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
1 «•*«»«-« s?»««**e«»»«»*»,»"/*.i
I $1 FIREWOOD $1 J
i i
i per load. 1
i p l
ixxix>X'x<nxxttntBtn_tr.tn«m<e  »1
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
(I'l-tllli'iid'  of   liiiproveinelits.
WOTIOB.
1 1IKII Ell,' (IKUTtfY Uml I Iuu.' this day I MlHUB-HA-lM Minbihi. Ci.ahi, SlTUATB in
1   roglslorod Uu; " Easloni Blur ttulil Mining j
I'.tMi' MolClNNKV, i.\ tub tiwivaiM MmiNu
IIivimion nr Y.ti.i: lliHrnitrr.
IN
l|.|iri.||,'iii. under ilm "Cnmpatiloi
i IV," Ilcglilnitloii uf Kurclioi Com*
llllll lllllrlitlill * A.
I'liolicnil olllco ul tlm.-iil.l ('..ini>.
,nii..l at ilm t'iiy iif Spokane i" m
PnttSit*; ,.i'i.„„,.,,i- is,..i„i, i fium the .'al" bci'i'iif,lo appiy-|i."thoMlaiag
ti    ,   !t   , vs.I   ',,■,.' ,r  ,,' .,'   lli'....r.lc.'(".'i..'.'.'lillaaii'<ifii.un'<>foiiit..its,t.ir
claims of Iron. guld. silver, , nor -uul other         '
i procious motels, nml clays uinl mini.nils bating
, mi.  Is ulli      TAKK NOTIOJI Unit   I.  Eurlliiil M. KiTby
'',, i,Si,.,.   tl  X  notingM agonl forAillBloy Megmw.lro.
.ni (-iiiii in ' iiiliiortoortliloilto Nn. ;ui*i, intend,slxly daji
NOTICE.
NOTICE 13 IIEREHY OIVKN Hull, slxly
days afler dnlc I Inlenil to apply in lho
Chief Commissioner uf Until ami Works for
permission to purchaio tlm following dcscriboil
tract of land, situated in Hm sonlitorii portion
of 1 ho Onoyons division nf Yule dlslriol, In the
Prtviitco of British Col inn biai
Starting nt a posl ai chains smith nf Hm nnrili
ensl enrnor of prc-etiii'liod Nn. 11X13, the	
north tu cIihIiih.Hmini. east In chains,thonco
sunlit HI .ihaiiis, Hii'imu west I'i clmlns
to point of commoiicoincnt, ooiilnliifng io.i
aoros, more or loss.
JOHN LINDSAY.
Datail.it Uldtvity, Ttli December, 1888.
.Jul I'uliic. in ilm territory of the
 1 United Slnles mul nf tlin Provineoof Hriili.li
' Ciiliuuliiii. t'iuiiulii; In but-, otvn, still, Icitsi- nml
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C. S«
liTiiiliiKori.H unil imnrnilH, uinl alsu ro buy,
own, sell, loose, tloi'olop nml opotftto water
rit;li'.*i, tlitoboH. fliuuuj mul .vftl,oi*\vaya iioccb*
airy or proper for iin* fforkiiigofthosamei to
liny, own, hi:I1, loiwo mul opomtfl all tnimwn,vn,
niiinmds, rljflitfl nf way uml othor UloiuiK nf
convcynneo unil coinuiuiiicatlol) lo nnd from
nny unit all propon tcfl wliieli may In- owned or
li'iisrd hy Bitir] Conipain ; to do goneraUy o1
inni I its mul tlitllffa wliieli may bv iwcoaBary or i
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAlKVIIttV, U. ('.
T. DElliot
GOOD ACCOMMODATION.  GOOD STABLING.
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Ami further lake notice llml action, undor*
Bccttou 37, miit-i tin coiiiinnncod buforo tho
iflsutiiico of EfUoli certifioftto of imprnvomoiits^
I)aini Uii.H Ist* day of DoBomber, iMti.
propor for tlio complete oiijoynioiH or use of
the jwwors heroin roi forth,ami torthocoiiduct
of n general miuinK biwlhoaa,
ThooapltalstocKofthoMUfl Cotnnntiy la Ave
hundred thousiind dollnwi, divided inm live
liunilivii tliinisuiiil slutri'M of the pur value of
(ine dollar cfteh.
(liven under my hund and Heal of oltiee al.
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, (hm
80th day of Jnlv, I8!KI.
a. Y. woottox.
Registrar of Juiul -Stoek 1'omimnii^,
MINERAL ACT.
Cortiflcato   of Iii!|>roveineiit8,
WOXIOB.
I j Tut: Oun MlNBRAL Claim, Situatk in Cen
TIl.tl.C.lMI'. IN Till! KHITI.l! lllVKll MlNINO
Division ok Y.u.k Distiuut.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Julia Doilglns, freo
minor's porllltcato No, 80fifj, .intend, sixty
Mining Hooorilor fur 11 oortiHinte of Improve,
inciils. fur tbn purpose of obtaining a Crown
grant of the nbuvc elnim.
Anil furthor lake nnllce lhat. nctlnn, under
section 117, must, ho cninineiiced before tho
issuance of suall oortlfloata nf iiiipruveutentH.
Dittctl this *lilli dny uf Octobor; ISDIi. 8 LOCAL A\l> DISTRICT.
Mr. Randolph Stuart is at present
snj.uiniiiii; aiming old time friends ill
Germany.
Judge Spinks returned train Kootenay on Wednesday last and on Thursday resumed bis journey mirth,
In future a sitting of the county
court will lie held at Grand Forks as
well as at Midway anil Osoyoos.
Mr. Leslie Hill, E. M„ and represen-
tiveut'lht' British Columbia Prospecting syndicate, is expect here in a few
days.
Mr. George Ruse and Mr. Saddler
left for Christina Lake the past week
and before returning Mr. Hum* will
pre-empt some very desirable lunch
property there,
Heavy teaming is still dune on
wheels, owing to the fad that nut a
miiiicicni amount uf snow exists lo
make goiHl sleighing west of (Jump
McKiuuey, and thence lo Penticton.
From 30 degrees below zero a week
ng.. tonchlnook which is fast causing
the snow tu disappear from lhe side
hills, is lhe elate of llu. wciilhcr iu
these purls just al present. If the
I haw continues sleighing will lie none
of the best iu a few days.
M. Gire, a French mining engineer,
nud manager ol theSt, Mam ici Mining
sociely, was a visitor in lown the past
week. M. One is making preliminary
arrangements preparatory tu starting
active milling operations ou the company's claims in Central cainp.
Mr. J. McCouuell, the pioneer of
pioneers ou Keltle river, lias Iieeu
spending a few days lu town recently
looking after liis mining nnd olher
interests. He left on Saturday lusi
fur the const and California, where he
will spend lbe balance of llle whiter.
So much success lias at tended tho
operations of the Anaconda Commercial club since its iiiiiugui'ulioii,
the members, tu give expression it.
their guud feeling, have decided to
give a grand ball un New Year's Eve,
Tlie affair will uiiduubledly be an enjoyable une.
If yuu want to get. a few pointers ns
tu where deei are tu be found in plenty
uud Ihe American Indian is not in
evidence, call around and ive ttill furnish the name uf a local nluirod win.
tail supply the infuriiialii.n. We dare
nut publish his nuine for fear of being
exterminated.
Midway is badly iir need uf a sidewalk alung ils principal sheet, Will
the townsite cuuipany build it, or must
the citizens dtp llieir hands in llieir
pockets nud provide lbe same? We
would like iu hear from the iigeut, Mr.
81111111, nn this mutter, nr from the
I'ompiny's sliulntvi.il   representative,
What uiiilniiliicilly wuuld have been
H very serious and disastrous lire to
the Townsite company wns averted 11
few days ago by the timely appearance
uf Mrs. VV. T. Thompson, wliu.pnsslng
the Lancashire house, uol Iced the roof
uu lire ami gave the alarm, A large
,volume of sliuw being upun llle ruuf
at llie tliiitt uu doubt bad the elfecl uf
keeping the lire ill check. A few
minutes mure grace giyen liic lire and
it might have Iieeu pussilile lu chronicle
a luss of seven or eight thousand dollars; A bucket brigade cninpuscd nf
sturdy volunteers stum overcame the
effect of Ihe proverbial slove pipe
poked through lbe roof.
The evening of Tuesday the 22nd
inst., will be made nicniurilile to the
little ones here, as upun Ibal dnv
Sail I a Cluus. al liic earnest solicitations of Miss McKenzic and Mrs, Lundy
uud a bust uf ul Iters, has promised lu
appear. His i'ojourii aiming the young
folk uf Midway has been sn pleasant
tin former occasluiis, be lias scut wnrd
he is 11..1 Uti(11 iridfIII uf (he same, and
to show his appreciation uf (he treat,
ment received will conic prepared lu
dispense favors lu ovri'sixtylitlli' ones,
and a few big ones as well. If (he
Indies will grace lhe occasion ivilh
some of their best specimens uf lhe
confectioner's an, coffee nnd sweet
meats will come from somewhere, and
a splendid lime w'll be had. A concnl
will be given in the evening, lu which
allure iiii'i'cd.
'     l-.r,
us they have at least one wall to
guide llie course nf development. The
'I1111II/, nn 1 he (Inhi Dollar in uf a I rue
free milling character and assays extremely well,
A deal was consummated hetween
Mr. James McCnl.tiell and Messrs. W.
T. Thompson and It. Wood on the cnni
claim at Rock creek a few days ago,
whereby lhe latter parlies become Hit*
sole participants in (tie lease which has
been running on the property fur
years. Iiiinu'diiiiely tipun taking possession the uew owners put it force of
lnuii In wurk in two shifts, night and
day, und are vigorously prosecuting
developinenl. They are running a
tunnel in upun the vein, and lbe work
is progressing at the rate uf about 10
feet In 21 hours.
Representatives nf the Brilisli Cn*
I11111I1111 Prospecting syndicate are call-
log for tenders for the liuililing of
cabins nn the llcnecn Grande in Long
Luke camp, and also for Ihu cutting uf
aboul four miles uf sleigh road Inlo
(be same camp. As soon as these
mailers ate attended to, development
will be started un lhe Deiiero Grande,
claim, which is under bund tn the
syndicate. It is mure than likely lite
syndicate will put a large force of men
to work and al ibe same time develop
their oilier claim, llie Jewell, inleresls
in whicli they recently purchased from
Messrs. Bossliarl and Di tinier.
 ...	
SUNSET  BONDED.
A bund bus been given nn llle Sunset claim iu Deadwood camp to a Mc.
Hogg of Toronto, who is 11 representative of a, strung eastern syndicate, Mr.
James Brady uf Rossland experted the
property. Thecunsldcratloii mimed in
tlie Iniiul is $111,110(1, uf tvllicll 10 per
cent,, or ,$1.0011 has been paid down,
The bondholders will put men to work
very shortly, und as lhe Sunset, is a
proposition which will require 11 large
amount <>f development, it is only
reasonaiile In suppose a big force of
men will be kept constantly employed,
The Sunset adjoins tbe Mot her Lode,
and llie lalter claim is being developed
mul is under bund In Mr. John Weir
and bis associates, The Sunset is a
gold-copper proposition, and from surface Indications it is supposed there
must be an Mlrcuicly rich chimney uf
tire siiiiieivlicre ull the cluim, whicli
the present holders by judicious de-
i|.]n|iiiii.nl will try and niakeappirciif.
Grand
Ball.
liMiKii thk Auspices
OF TUB    ....
WlI.I. I'K GlVIS.V ON
New Year's Eve
At Anaconda, B. C,
NOTICE.
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. John Douglas uud bis associates
have uieii at work un the Dm in Central camp, and llle work being .Iiiiii. is
prnvingof avery satisfactory din racier,
The owners are applying for a crown
grunt of the properly.
As predicted by ourselves lusi week,
(he Skylark deal bus gone through,
and already preparations are being
made to renew wurk un the property
011 a much more extensive scale Iluin
anything yet attempted.
We have on several former occasions
slated lhat work was lu la'started uu
thu Miirrisiiii claim in Deadwu.id camp
and us (if ted something transpired to
prevent the company carrying oul ils
intent ions, but now we are given In
understand everything is lliuruiighly
adjusted and work will commence
vecy shortly.
On the Gold I'ullar in Alumni camp
Mr. ll. Wood bus a force uf nien at
wnrk, who by sinking and ((rifling are
following the Somewhat, erratic course
uf the vein upon lhe properly. Smut,
little difficulty has been experienced in
keeping in touch wilh Ihc nil* body up
to the pi'i'scnt, Imt imw iiulicnliniis are
more favorable for a solid fnriiiul.iiiii,
NOTICE is hereby given that application will lie iiiadi' In the Legislative
Assembly of lbe Pruvince nf British
Columbia, at ils next session, for un
act iiicorpiirating a cuuipany with
power to coiislrtict, operate and main
tain electric power and liglil stations
.'and a. Malum uf cleclric pin.el and
elect He light plants at tin* following
puinls, liz.:
(a) Some convenient pninl, nr puinls
al ur near Dug Falls nu the Okiinagan
river, tviibuiadisiaticenf one thousand
(1,000) feel of suiil Dug Fulls, or some
point iu llie immediate neighborhood
thereof; also to lake, use and diverl
Iluin the said Okunugan liver at said
pninl. nr puinls lite thousand (6,000)
inches of water, or such greater 111101-
ber of inches us may be necessary for
llie exercise of all or any uf the powers
hereinafter set forth.
Tlie said priipused point or points nf
diversion and use ut said waters lining
uilliin Vale dislrlct.
Willi puwer tn use all uf saitl water
power, ur any porlion thereof, from
nny uf I he suid puinls for Ihc generating nf electricity lo be used as a motive
puttee fnc propelling, driving, hauling,
llf 1 Ing, pumping, crushing, smell Ing,
drilling, milling, uud ilm operation of
tramways und of supplying uf puwer
fur Ibe operation nl' mines und station,
ary machinery, ami cleclric llgblIng uf
cities, towns, lUltntelualltles uud mines,
and the supply nf heal and fur any
ulher piirnnses fnr which it may lm
applied ur lie required j with power lu
lllilke rales and charges fur the supply
nf said power, light .uul Ileal, and receive i-i'iiiuiiecatioii al such rates.
Willi power in the applicants tu construct and maintain buildings, erections, weirs, dams, raceways, viaducts,
tramways ur other necessary works
connected iherewiih, fur utilizing and
improving ami increasing tin* water
privileges; and also to enter upon and
expropriate lands for silcs fur power
houses, stations and necessary tramway lines and subways in connection
with lbe said wurks and right of way,
fur carrying llie elcclric current, underground or overhead; ami in erect, lay,
construct and mtittitu.tr) all necessary
works, hridges, pipes, pules, cables,
wires, struct ures and appliances necessary uc proper fnr thu generating of
electric power and light, ils use, und
transmitting and supplying the same;
with puwer tu construct telegraph
Units nnd telephone lines uver and
illotig lbe rnules laken in transmitting
said puttee, light and ileal, willi puwer
tn make rates anil collect same foi llle
use thereof by the public, and for all
such . I bee powers as may lie necessary
tu fully and completely carry on and
operate such wucks.
The applicants tu have the power in
particularly transhiil und dintrlluite.
lbe electric power, liglil and Ileal ill!
the following localities antl throughout the same, viz.: Okanagiin. Fair-J
view, Kereineos, Kruger Mountain, i
Osoyoos and Penticton, and lo I ha east I
of the said pninl uc puinls whece the I
power station or stations may he situ-1
ale to and inclusive uf (.hat locality
known as Cainp McKiuney, west as i
far as the mountain range which j
divides tlie Fraser river frum lbe
Siuiilkaiiieen, iinith as far as Penticton
and south to the International boundary line, and io the towns nf Nelson, !
Trad, Rossland,II dary l'reek,(,'ainp
McKinney and tu such olher cities,
towns anil municipalities ns are nnw
established nr may I slnbllsheil iu
the wesl division or Kootenay disirici
and Yule tllstllct; Willi pnw.r lu the
applicants In engage iu mining opera.
linn*, anil acquire, liy locution nr Otherwise howsoever, mining properties ami
claims, and work (be same nod utilize
the electric power generated as aforesaid in su lining; wilh power to purchase,^ acquire ami lake (iter liy nil
requisite deeds and assignments frum
any trustee for lhe applicants any
properly, rights, water privileges, and
easements, and mining claims nr
leases acquired by any trustee mi behalf
uf the applicants, and that, the waler
privileges sn acquired as ufort'suid ur
obtained liy lbe applicants for whatever purpose in,.v be consolidated
where possible, and may lie held, utilized and employed in the exercise of
all or any "I ihe powers above set
forth ; with power lu the applicants tn
lake and use from the Okanagan liter
aiid tilhiitiirles thereof, ul convenient
points, such further water puwer as
may lie necessary fur the aforesaid
purposes,
Willi p iiver lo the applicants to construct, maintain and nperute single nr
diuible track Iraintvays witli all necessary switches, sidetracks and turnout**,
pules and wires, and all other requisites, appliances and powers in connec
linn therewith, thrnughnut all the
above described territory and upun
and alung the lands, roads, streets und
bridges connecting lhe towns above
set forth and within the radius at ten
miles nt each nf snid towns, und ivithin
the corporate limits of said towns, uver
llie streets and bridges thereof, with
lbe privilege In build such lines nf
tramways in sccliuns, and from une
Inwn tn another, without being required tn build (be ulher lint's, and
within one or mure nf the said I ..wns
nr municipalities without being required In build in all lhe said liutns nr
municipalities and throughout all the
<nid territory; Willi puwer tu lake,
transport and carry passengers ami
freight thereon and alsu witn putter
lu use in the running and operation
thereof, lbe electric power In lie
generated us aforesaid, nr such ulher
potver as lite applicants may sec lit;
and power tu construct Icl.'graph nud
telephone Hues nlong the routes laken
by the tramway lines, wit It ibe right
lu make rains (ind collect same fur llu-'
use t.heci'uf liy llie puhlic; with puwer
lu the applicants lu enter upun and expropriate lauds, uml in upun and break !
up the soil and pavements uf I he roads
streets, highways and liridaes, foe tb.
purpose of laying pipes, nills or tracks, i I.
erecting pules nc for any other purpose,
and for nil such powers as may l.e
necessary In fully and completely carry
011 the works aforesaid, or itny of
llieni: wilh puwer tn tlie applicants lu
make running arrangements or iiiiiiii.
gamete with any company hating
similar powers, ur with nne nr more of
lhe powers herein applied fnc, ami
with power to i|cqiiiio by purchase or I
otherwise any privileges held by any '
person or persons, corporation or corporations, nf benefit nr advantage 111
the carrying un nf tbe aforesaid works,
and operate tin, business nf any such
person ur persons, corporation or corporations, or utilize lbe said privileges
in the carrying nn nf the aforesaid
wnrks.ltiid fur all such power as may
be necessary to fully and completely
carry no an.l operate all or any of the
aforesaid works.
Hated at the Cily uf Victoria, B. C„
Ihis Iirsl dny of December, A. D. 181)11.
McPhillips, Wootton k Haiixahii.
Solicitors fur the Applicants.
.
Gltunswooii City, B. ('.. Dec. 1. WU0.
To thk MixEiiu. Prospectors and Residents (JenbrallY op
Boundary Creek and the Kettle River District:
Gheetinu.—We bog lo call your attention lo the fact thai we
have recently opened a commercial establishment at Greenwood
City on Boundary creek, and having received large consignments of
gnnds suitable fur all classes of customers, we lake thia opportunity
of snliciting a share nf public patronage.
Included iii our stock Is everything a miner or prospector needs,
and one lines uf family groceries and other gnnds will lie found
replete willi every necessary. In connection with nur ..liter business
we uec wholesale dealers iu wines and liquors, a large stock nf
which, of different brands, tm keep cunetaiitly nn hand.
lly conducting uur affairs un gn.ul business principles, chief
among which will be the wullforBof nur patrons, wilh a ii'iminei'ii-
tlou to ourselves consistent witli lbe service rendered, wc linpe In
win public fat.ir.
Thanking ynu iu anticipation,
■   Wc beg In remain
Yours obediently,
The GbKENWooD City .\Ieiu'Axtii.i<: Co.
" We Submit to the
Will of the Majority,"
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
Are I'lsialillshcd Patriotic1
Fuels, iicar Ibis io iniiul
tt lieu iu need nl'
I Clothing and Groceries.
Vnu will nite ninney. We
are ihc leaders iu Low
Prices. Ask ynur neighbor.*
j Tlio White Front Store, Greenwood
OLSON &PHELAN
S, A. MUIR k CO.
I
(Hiicic-Mirs iu It. N. Tityior.
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
1'i'cpii KirslAiss slnek uf
Drugs, Cliettticiilsi
Patent Medicines
mul Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
—cm hn ni —
MAIL ORDERS.
I'OBTOPFICH KOX 111.
^MERCHANTS
■Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, B. C,
VERNON,
B.C.
Tiie Leading Hotel
In the Interior
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK KOCK (IlKKK.
II.    JPi-tfh*r*-»x-jf"i.*'i.f.^.!i.,    mgv,
l''insT-.'i,.ifis  AcCOMMOtixtiON  von GuttBTft
GOOD STABLING
•fSTtixcellcnl Fishing on Kettle Ulwr, at
TENDERS  WANTED.
TENDERS will be received l.y llie
undersigned until January 16th, 1807,
for tlle construction of an Irregiiting
ditch and Hume from Boundary cieek
to Midway flat.
Plans nod specifications can lie seen
at the office of tin- Midway Cuuipany,
Midway, 11. (1., and the office nf C F.
Coslcrton, Vernnn, H. 0.
The lowest ur any lender uut necessarily accepted,
A. K. STUART,
Agent Midway Cuuipany, Ltd.
Midway, 11. C, Dec, 5.181)0.
NOTICE.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
C. F. COSTERTON
VKItNON. II. r.
Genera! Real Estate* Financial A gi,
NOTARY ITHlilC.
i"ii 1- Rov.u. InsuhancK Cov.
AIMIOIti', ill I'MITIS'. .Proprietor*.'.      ']'|||,* fjONDON AND l,ANl'A.SIIIIII.' Pilllj
Insuranob Cot.
Tiih  Insurance Coy, up NortD
America,
Thu London am. Canadian Firm
INSURANOB Ci.v.
Tim Sun l,ii'K Assrit.iNi 1; Coy tie*
Canada.
Tun Di.Mixii.i'lliu.t.iMi and Loan
Association,
Appraiser por thk Canada Permanent Loan ami Savings Coy,
Is the Central Townjand Supply Point nf llieHuitndarv
Cieek Mining Camps. From this New Town roads
lend to lbe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely and a    a (lund Investment,
For Price nf Luis and Olher Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Humid.ry Creek, H. ('.
Or Apply In Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C,
A.   K.  STUART,   Vancouver,
NOTICK is horoby riven Hint Application
will in; miuln to iiu: loglalativoiwaoinbly
of tllO Provlnoo of Hrilinh Colli Iti bill, at it*
next Boraion, for mi net Incorporating tho Cao*
I undo  Water.  Powor mul l.iirlii  Company
: iliniitril.. wilii powor In appropriate anil ihc so
much water from Roundarv crook, Kottle river
I antl Hu- North Fnrk uf Kettle rlvor im tha company may 800 ill, fur tbo purposo of establish-
; Int,' wator*works and aupplyltiK wntorfor min*
'Ink. domestic, i: i; 1111 *.. ■ i ■ 11 i 11 u, nml oi hor pur*
. domm tu tin* in!iiii.ii; i.i. nf tlm towimitai nf
I Midway. Anaconda. Qroonw I, Grand Korku
land Cascade City in Yule disirici, mul in up-
propHttto mul USQ 160,000 miner's inches uf
wnler from Kettlo river, near Cascade City, for
Ilm purpose nf (fonoratlug oloolrlolty for Hu*
supply of Ifjflit. beat nml power lo die inhabitants, cities, towns, mines, smellers nnd Irani*
ways wjlliiu u miliiis nf HI mllos from tho said
townstto of Grand Forks, mul in construct,
erect ami maintain nil IIOQOBsnl-y works, build-
iiiKK, diuns. nice ways, lluttins. polos and eree-
fcuttte »" >" ■■'" ■«"* '•' '" <■■»■>'"■■■
to enter upon inm oxproprtaio land for Die purposes nf die company, and also to construct,
maintiin ami operate tramway anl tele,
phono systems within ihe Bald radius of jh
miles, and tn do nil other thingsnocossaryor
conducive to the attainment uf tbo above
objects nr any of them.
Dated nt the Cily of Victoria, the 10day uf
November, A, 1). IWM.
KltANK iimciNS.
8 Solicitor for Applicant*,
11
II.  k'lOYKS.  I'mp.
(Jnull  AccdiiiiiKidnliini,
Hest Lftjiiora mni (JIgnis,
ftraMiup8[iil>lin#
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
HALF WAT HOUSE
KETTLE RIVER
V.IIBTWBKNV
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
STAGE STATION AND
I GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Bast Brands Liquors anil Cigars
GeOt'lfC  I'nliviirils
l'i'0|irlotor
GREENWOOD CITY    .   ,    ,    .
— .—
•  G, E, SEYMOUR ACQ., Props.
STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS , \'J «»]*!""' Work v.
 ■-- ■     -   Ill 'I Kill "I I        I ■Hill |'-.
I). M.lll   i'l'
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, ii. c,
 lie Bul
inni.wiiuii. SKYI.AUK. (Hibum. , i.i.sn Terms: $1.59 to $2.50 jier Day.
I.AKli AMI llTlllil! IIOUNDAIlV I'llCEK 0 AM I'S,
NrOTlOEJ.
NOTICE it. horoby k!..... lhat, Hlxty .luvs
ufii,'iiiina I Intonu niaj'iily in ilioChlof
Ootiimtefitotior or i^huIk uml worltB fur normlx*
alnn to puri'liilai. tin. following il.w..rll).'.l tract
iil'liill'l, alliuili. in   III)' KDIlthtn-'l iinl Iii.ii nt lh"
Orinyims illvialnn nf Yule ilidtrtot, in tlm Province
of 111-itinli Columbia! All tlm unocciinto'l portion uf tlm wool Imlf uf Hci'lliin K, tuwimhlii lill,
nml nil tlui unooouplod purllnii nf tho oust luilf
uf HunlInn 7.  toivimlifp lill. i-iUllnlllllii,' III'I ;l. 1-ra
more or low. I. THOMPSON.
Mlilivny, (lilnluT SI. I KM. 7
BOUNDARY FALLS HO TEL,
NOTICE,
NOtlCK IS ItRtlKRY nlVKS ilmi .niiili.
cnlimiuIII In*iinui.  In llu. I'm|i, m „f
I'lllinilll ut tin. nexl a inn lllliriaif. (nr., a
I.. iiir.ii-|i.iriiii. ,i eoiirpiui) ni ooiiittnicl mul
omjmlot riiilivni from a iiolnl m nr nrarilio
inii'iiiif Suv mini in llrltl.li ('oliiinl.ln, ilioiu-o
ilMi'llilllil,' IIiiiiiikIi nr iii-nr Iho lllll'ln ,,t I'r.iil
mill Mlilllll) III n llninl nn OkiuiimuiiUkoai
I or iionr tlio town nf I'oiitlclon, In llu- liMrl -
if WmI Koolonny mul I.,,-.1 Vulc; ivilh pniicr
r\ , rr   I'       ra    r-i I°*."H'.1 Jwwioiiny i,t,ii i*<uit Talo: will,no,
Knilflnartf    HS   |C      M    f      to bnlM, noqntro, nwlnlatn iuiiI owralf. Ui.
jjuuuuctiy  rdiib, u. \,,\ i..,i,.-,-w--.1-, .„.„ii„,,„!„„.; '„.
ir. it. ■vtrxxxi?_i
i»ir,oi»iiii.Toii.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Diiferem Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared tu Mako Quests Cotnforfiljle,
Strictly First-Claw, and Charges Moderate,
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stowing.
H niil iiiiiiii.)'. nlfu to I'lirciiiiai.'i'ii'iil iim'ti'i'itcr
In itonorato ..|....|ri,.iil |..,ii,.r mill lu mil uml
liiiacKiii-h powor.
Li lm Trull, llrilisii Cnliuiiliiii. Ill, v„i  |a.,|
Mn I'LI. ,V ll.lMII.I'l.N,
.-iili.ali.r- fm- Appti, ..rn ,
FrhlhiL
'I'll i-I .\l >v ami.;. 111JS i.tii'.vi-: ri 'I.   ii.\      1.1  i. -a.al!,. i ..iiii iii iiii i.riliuury viiicc ' 1-
liy ilu- cuiiri    Hul ynu npprovi. of lli:"  >""■   MaU?" Tin* man  paused.
Keene going mil   tn (Jiiiliitiu V Yes, I "'liecliiiKHiiiil "yes." and at I hem j
,|;,| turn* raised n rifle wliieli lie musl huve
Bj. the defense -We i see Keene  ■■fen  -tarrying .Imvu Ihe side of  Ilis
ami Graham, us lm bad lieen told l.y leg when lie passeil    I made a step
Mr, McMynn lhey were liable lo hei townrtl liini. when 1 lie,nil something
Hi-It) to gin* him lurtliei' inforinalioii ellck, I drew my gun, ami before 1
us in Bnderieki Ihul Keene iind|gnl «■ ui'iu's length I liuii. Bylhu
Graham were rendering assistance to IHiwh • ""v hi. idle was pointed a
th" provincial police in Ilm c,i..c; llml j1'11'" 1"'I,IU' m,» 'Im.-I. mul llml
lie hud nu reason fur suspecting Bod-
FLOUR'If    -)}FLOUR
cick : was unly acting under instrne
linns; received ueivs nf Hnderlek'sarrival in iiiiiiii nlioul tl o'clock, uml
piuviiiiis lu ibis Iiuu. luui dune nothing
luui In- tired be must have bit tne."
Dr. Jakes teslifled in examining the
body nf u iimn said In lie Mull lliidei-
ick, and of holding uu iiupiesl mi the
same al Cainp McKinney uu tlie iSlli
lu track Boderiukj (In* first lime  lle Oelolier.
guveiiisiriiciiiinsiumiyniieiviisivheii     Alex,, ihe Indian, cnrrohornted in
lie told tlm si.vu-b tu gu nml IihiiU* lbe ! suhstaiice llu- testi liy nf the olher
lu.esc; ahout Ihree-ipiarlersuf an hour win.esses.
elapsed belli,.en tlie tiuie lie was noil-     The .ueu.-eil limn took the ulillnl lllld
fled of Buili'i ink's eotiiiug In eanip uml! Ier oalh mail., a slaleinenl in which
llie lime he saw the dead Imdyi Keene
luui lulil biin lie Ihollglll Uodciil'k bad
recognized Iilm, heeiiuse lie was wear-
ing the same elotlies lm had mi all
summer! lliere wus suine limber where
lbe budy was found, Inn unly n leu
struggling trees where be recognized
Keene, and I liurcfuru be could see
niuch bul ter,
Ki.-cxuiniiieil hy prosecution -Keene
explained In um ilm ptisllinnuf hlinself
and llnderiek ivbcii Mm shooting took
pluce, saying llml. he alinived Uudcrick
lu pass him, and when he (Keeiie) was
be reviewed lbe whole uf ilm eviilciici
given uml eori'oboraled Ilm saiue in
iieiirly every parlleuiur,
Afler Ihul'.Highly cun-iilering lhe
evidence, Ihecniirl held llml lliere wns
imi -ulli--it-.il evidence befure ii in
eiiiiiinil lbe licensed I'm- Iiiul, mul be
uns discharged, and I Inn renrrested
un the charge nf manslttiighler, upon
whicli be now slniids t'uuiiuitted Iur
Uinl.
 4 . 4 •
When applying fur crown grants fur
mineral clatiiis, reipiesl thai (hesanie
be  advertised   in Till': ADVANCE, llle
Wc have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to st;iv, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, XX XX, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep tlle money in the districl. Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
ANA ONOA, B. C.
Ota-iP  Stock:  of
Crockery, Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cnnk Stoves, Woodenware, Sash
and Doors, Paints and Oils, lias been selected to meet the
requirements of thu cnuntry, and will In. found most complete.
Specialties
,   .       . ,   ...liiainllv   recognized   paper   of   the Ifc*o-r**
nppnsllc tin-bnisei, sbnilldcr bes|iulie 'i;.!!^,,' " iffSst*
to Roderick. I "' jBffi
Thtiinas Griihatii, Ihe next witness, gjjyj you   a Cough 01*   Cold?!j$£8
testified Ihal since the suspecliug of fisS!
Boderlek uf lhe rubbery he had In ! ♦•»♦*>•♦♦♦♦»•»»*♦                ft'i:i
working lu cuu'unction with Ibe police, ♦ iv~i 'ip* v j* ♦ Iff-
On I he Thursday before the sh iugl 2    I    ft   ¥   t |i9»13
li.ldMr. McMynn nf Idiile,iek's iiileu- f | \SM
linn In leave Siaillle.   On lbe 'i'llh I  ♦<,*«*^.♦•t,*<,-j*** O^aiv***.: «.»<•.   i':SM
weul to Oro uud thure learned Boderlek ! J „j„ » *^, .-^i v n y -S--**. X ijuM
was iu I, iiise.iu on the day previous. ♦    S    |  I W W. | tvj  P.*j <• M
I relni'iinil lu camp I he snuie evening.  *   &   UWU/AA* JL* %  U$tf
H'W'dfl i   Keene nn I an wns f->WWWW*4Mm«m*f4 M$
watching ut the furks nf lhe roud, On \vm_S
the 2dl.li Conslables Deans an.l Cup I       In Bottles, 5Je. ailll $1, at      IjnjjA
tflWB
pigecuuie lucmiip.  TheIiidlun asked m       ■      ,      ni '.'.•'■>.•
iug,,,,,,,and iviitci,wili,in,,, ,,,.,1 \ {aylors Pharmacy'\m
,i i , ii  **   ;a :j.-u
THE   FUTURE nfft'j
F^IL™LM{^!llG-A1^. B
ACtHICULTOBAL CENTER OF     ■
Ie Kettle Biver Cooritrv i isa-*
Jessop.'s Steel (any size); San Francisco  Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
JTofctoixxg*   JSlxo-p
Any order in llie Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt mul Careful Attenlion nl n Reasonable Figure,
W, J. Armstrong & Co,, tlie Hfir-iware. Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
Lois on Fasr Terms in Actual Residents.
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
I did su, and us we were proceeding I
the furks uf lbe mail we met llnderiek
riding iit gray  burse.   I liiiiucdialely  ^y j^^xx*
slnt the Indian to eninp with u note
GrbenwooI), 11. 0,
US®   A. K, STUART,   on th   R. C. ADAi'viS;
riding a gray horse.   II cdialely AT TH*r,1BB»__ KSSJ                  Midway, II. ('.                   Mi.nthkai,, I*. Q.        %W
s**nl the Indian In cainp with unutu                  «A»tr   » Rfi35 *t't-iv'1'
saying Ihul  Rudei'lck na(] passed I" ANACONDA .   .      i WmMlOTWW^^^
ward Ihe camp.   This utile he lunk t.i \W_4W^'ii>.iW'' -^jF^-vi'^
Mr.   Keene.    I   remained „„  Ibe mad SAWMILL   . .    .         ^^fe©fe^.M^^^fe&^^iafe««3
Ymi will lind at reasonable prices all kinds of
tu  waleh if Rnderlck  leliiriied.   In
alii Ilree-i|il.irlers  uf uu   hniil' lha. ANACONDA, B. C.
Indian returned ami with Iii it Mr.
K    We limn Belli   lie  Indian In
sec if In. ■ -<,11111  locale Rotlericli's horse,.
and afler a  I.il   .ve slrolletl Inward  RoU2.il cUl-d
ciunp,   Tim   plan  nf  acllnii decided ,r ,   _
upon iiy k m ,.,„i myself iVasu,    Dressed Lumber
speak lo Roderick and make su f
his identity and Ihen il lie refuseil t n V llRlT '?q . i'-fli) fl niTfJ        (1
Htup, sl I bi- b..,se nml nverpnwe,  OMllIglOfcl, JllUlillllliJjli, Lliii.
him and lake him prisuuer,   Wu bad A (r*ll*: £o'~'cH<*cl.
A. R. TILLMAN,
*_________ m pl0jaj Hotel, fad Forks, B. C.
Sffsfi M, !•'. D'OLGHB, ri'Ol'KI'.'.TOl*.
««"»•«,p.*  f| Good Accominodation and Moderate Chapges.
3SIfo 01jB.i*K.'BE3'*B SXelp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connexion.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
'KOI'
*|i    te^A
r I
i ft--
tea-'---
--X:
•nitS
nf Vuli- District,
gune IlllOUt a mile when 1 .las lull'
scums nf sniiielliing uppruaclilug. all
Iirsl I ('iniill mil iiinke ii mil, Ihen saw
i: was a while liorsi*.   I sleppcd aside
nnd Ihollglll K"eue luui dune lbe si ,
until a few minutes afler I heard
Keene say " Is ibal ynu Mull r"
llnderiek niinle nu reply I'm- nlioul ball'
a minute, and the next innineiil n sbuL
was llled.    ti)  III.- iiasll uf ilie gun I j
could see hnth men.   Keene stood Court of Revision and Appeal,
with bis face toward llie mul Itmlci-ick
wilh his buck Inward me.   As sunn us I
thi. shot was tired Roderick seemed lo
lump across the road, uud thinking he      ..,,..
'     '   .       ,. ,  ,      .,   , ,     MOTH'I. is Imroliy ijlvoii llial Courts of He-
had  shut Keene,  1  levelled my nil,* I IN   vM„iia,,.l Ajip.-al. orllioAs-usmiioiil
und llred  at   llnderiek.   Keeiie Ihen  .lit mul AiiioiiiIIiik Arts,will bo liolilat llio
spoke, saying "I   have shui him.   [ follpivlng pln-us on tlio ilnlos inunsil liuloiv:
liad lu tin It ur lle would have shui me. ' 0s"-v""s Tl"'sll"-V'|:'"1' U"™'nbor, I ml
u   i    i ,i      -ii     i       ii   i     , ,    Miilivnl' TliuiMlnv. 1711. lli-i i-inlii-c, 1 111
le bail   be ill e   eve  ci   ill my l.rens    ,, ,,,.,       ....     ,.,, „       ,     , „.
( Groouwooil Ciiv....|.|-iihi.v. IMf, llocotnlior, Iaiui
liel'ure I seen il." I I lieu slai led Inward I Atolovon o'clock in tin) forenoon.
where  Ibey were, telling  Keene we [an| I'TIAN'K McOOWAN,
bud heller gel bold ni llllll,   I reached Court of Bovlsloii mid Appcnl.   \
lhe  body  befure  Keene.   I   reached I   a°v°""iHmtonioo,Osoyoos,21stKov„ISM,
diiivo ami gui hold nl it ul..rick's hands
llllll llllll Keene I ihollglll ilm iiiiiii was
dead and lie bud better gu and hunt
the officers up. lie look Roderick's
liiii'-eami weul in ilu1 camp ami then
returned tilnne, Suoti nflerCuustiihlcs
Cuppnge and Deans nirived, Au ex*
aiuiiiaiinii ..I' lhe budy was limiti uiade,
and a greul number uf mimics ticre
found upun ll, Ineliidliig inuiiey, gultl
chips, hair dye, guggles, luukiitg glass,
aiiinli, anil many other lliiugs; alsu al
ruvulver with ciirti idges. 1U0TICE in lici-obi. given Hint nil iilnoor
t ■   olnlm ; gnl. I.ul.l in tlio (lnoyoiw, Via-
Cross-uxilliillied   A:   Hie   lime  Ilm  nil Kuitlu llivw.Mlninit lilvisluiHof Vale
sb.il w.islb'ad II uli'i'ick was in I ii j il 1  1^  Ulslrlol, nre Iniil uver Iiiiiii llie IhI Novombor,
(eel I'ruiii me mul  Keene li leal; did   ISSfl, to tlij 1st June, IHI
uu' hear any click nf n llreartn befnru
Ibi'sbnl wus lind; I used n 1082 Wil
^RANDF
;HOTRF 	
^IJIiLV/  A  JL-fJL- ♦«»*»^'>***»«T-»>**»*~*--:
■D        (§)        GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
Ganiad, 2?ox?Ss:s5 IS. C
gTRICTLY piRST £LASS.
(g) JERMS-SI-50 AND S2-00 PER DAY-
■m^aatiaxm:p-K,^at^_uSL_. 1 ^ DJ *s** 9UIMOTO ■.' L*" -t.i*^.uitgf— Mi ^a^|-*,*****w.*y^wra- T» fi.' **rr**ri*c««»-*w». irf#' -.**•■ i
Fospetcps' tiveiy, Feed and Sale Siais
HE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Oluss Accominodation, (IikhI StnWIng,  Tennfmia <>f SUigi* Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE RIVER, 11. ('.
Gntnti Porks, ii. c, Bcio,v tin. liridgo. iSituito in tlie IiBiiiodiatc Vicinity of the Boundary Croek Mines.
Livery Toams, Saddle and Pack Horses and LiJhs' 8iiito Hspsbs ;: First,class accoRimodation^r"irTraveiinff Public, stage Lines
Kay, OruEii and Wood for Sale. j   to Midway antl Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
rock (■,*.,,< ,.iv,;„n„7„„.,,„sti,„,i,J Teaming of All  Kinds a  Specialty, molarenbros.     ....     proprietors
:iiir'. i.^-u::. ~-'_cr*im!mi*MiM_a__ii=uax
■ft'   41a &
7X^i    8
.:   ■'   '    ''ft.) iO/ift'
NOTICE,
®
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS,
TWO CARLOADS M ARRIVED
THE FASHION
FEED ■* ktVEpy - ffSD - S/ll.E - SJ/IBLES
GREENWOOD OITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VBENONIIYERT, FEED AND SALE STABMS
Tho Osoyoos Vernnn nn.l Kettle River
Mining Divisions nf Ynle District,      i
^VV,->y\.-\/v*w^'v *./V ''\AvA.'V«j-*v-/'v/V,'...\
ISl,;.i...11       ('. A. II. I,.Ullli,V.
Il.il.ir i-
THI
--^ U PHGLSTERi NG***-
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B.C.
. ■ \ i .,     ...
.,-,; .- ,, mwu, .  ,i..,'.
........
'    '
-■■■-.•  :■'
eliestel' tn sllll.ll Willi! tl"' Uiuull Was
Illll sllie.vilie   III    Ilea I 1.1,1* uf llle .-il.i.il-
iiiK;   lllivi*   kiunvii   eaell   [l.il'ly  sinee
May uf I Ills yeni .uul llu-y were always
frieniliy.
L'uiislill.k' I'nniii'.e,   llie  nasi  nil-
„eas.    ,,,,.,, ,|     ||1(,      ,,1,1,.,:,..    ,„' C0UN1 ■ ,,'
Cuiisialile li,ains as iii ill ir iirrlval in
rump uml  lllllll. Iin|l|.i'lll'il  up in llu
llliie nl llle .Iinui in;,', lie ill. a Weill
iill   III   Say   III ll    .. Ilell   lie   eullie up lu
where the liutly Iny in the ni.til, lie
lull I 111 K  uml  Ci,ill.nn Iiiiiii*,    lie
askeil liniv ii happened, iiiiiI Keene
said : "'lummy Giuiiiiin nml I Here
walkingImrk Inwartl ihe r pivlnui
we   siiililetily   SIllV   suine mil. ill,/
lm.aril us, and nl Iii.-I lunk il In he
the Indian, (tr.ihiiiu tlniljirt) iulu ilm
liuilier anil I .Milked ua. ami ii leai
rinse hy l-i't'ii((lill!i'(l Mill liuilrrli'k,
lie ivns walklliK ti'llli hi. hund .im. II,
hai uver his eye-, suine sueks ill his
right hand, ami appi'ill'i d in he li'iiillng
un tininial lii'liinil him hy llie l.ridle
rein .villi Iii- lefl. I passed hint und
llilnklng im he .vus Irnvlng riimp llial
lu lal ll i.i  lhe lillllillll ivilh hla , mi
»lieu 1 gui 1.1.ii mil ilie stirrup uf ihe
,.',,'!       PIONEER - HOI E
"''   "v ■   ■' :J» Gkehkwwhi (Vn. Housiukv Ckpek. 1!. I
N'ulliai i I. rob) i-i .a llnil a Ulli   -a
t'oimly I'nnrl .a \. ■    .a a Ini..
,11  lllilu i). Marili    .*..   NI17.
Al il,.. Iiiiiii- .a' 11 ...I,., a In tin   fm    ,
Hi rami il, IV. (i. SIcJIVNiV,
iliiieriaieiil tllller, .'iliiiunv, It, 0, (J.
V,.. Mil,, l-:i;.
*.    'I*.     ...
COUNTV COURT NOTICE
We have just ..ii.a.i d I he nhnv, liot.il ill (Irei'iiiKiiid f'ily, llllll aru pri'pill
In wi'lt'iiine guesls nml prnvid. gn.nl   u'r nndiillun,   Ound Cali'tliig    F'l
', ,-l;i- - Liven* Siahle,
WOOD & WESTE
PROPRIETORS.
flJ
itMNM JH :i-. ■■ PUf
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
i- tl  d'Hibl    -i'i jingle drivers  uid  saddlf: horses.    Horses
irvirded b  the week or month,   B v    ills if desired   Horse
■
In ken i i harness, and horses ,un\ cattle sold on commission
i ii   * mil  , • .in; wholes ih   md ret til,    ' I kinds of
heavy teaming attended'to.  Corner .Mission and Tronson sis
VV, Gariinek, I'koi'i'ii'Ttii'.
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RESERVATION-TRADING COT
N'ull .  i   lioroby iflvou tlml imlllliiKQftlio
CiiiiiiIj i'nnrl nf Villa nil! lir lulil
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Al llr luui iif i levnn o'clock In tl   I a*.a ion.
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a   .   I'liii, ISU,
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Carsuii, f!. ('..nnil Ht'scivuliuii Hinri', NmImhi, Wash.
General .V Merchandise
Von • nn rn.. 'iiin'iiii-.' .a lm' imm'i floorfl, boaUMfullj' made ind (Inlsliod ; nludow siuh,
lalbd.Bliinglcmiiidallotltor kinds of liouw fnriilfllifftgfl* nl tlio Okumtgnn Snwiuill. Ilougli nnd
iiiv.-.-i'il liiiiiitiT con liinily mi Imm].    Onlore train Kettlo I Uvor dlntriot sollctUnl nndiirlooa
I'lirtli.-dli'll llpull ,l|j|ilii';|IJMIl I'i
\. li. Sftslittiid Doors nl Co;wl 1'rlcos, wlMi Sllghl Advnnco to oovor cosl of freight.
m.   X«3BQIT3CB§:.1I, FXtOF.
And Minors' Oul(its of all rlpsi't'lptlnns,  Our stuek is liti'gs
and euinplelc nnd mi helii'vu ynu will lllld
Our Prices an Object
If ynu wish lu snvi. money.   Glvu us an  early cull.   Fair
uud s'lpiate dealing la uur tuuliu,

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