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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. IV, No. 19.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1898.
$2,00 per Year.
FALL GOODS.
Or; Goods, Boots and Shoes.
and Gents' Furnishinp.
Hardware, Etc.
We havojiifit received our Fall ntnl Wllltor Sloi:k of the abovo mul un*
I lolling muiio at very low prioos, Bo liefure purchasing your wlntor supplloH bo
i    iur. »nd (five una call and be convinced that our prtcoiJHro tliu
;   Iio-cires-fc in tlxe _M_a_-»ls:e'fi
I W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fnirview, Camp .McKinney nnd Vornon.
D \V. JAKES, SI. I)., CM,
BY APPOINTMENT
'    RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      I      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
W. M'
COCHRANE,
Siii.K'iinic Sui'imMK r.ir.n,
«.   N'OTAky I'l UI.IC, C'O.VIIVA-CIUl, Etc.
Office! Qllliioro'H Mock, lliirnii.'il Avon....,
VKHNON,  ■ 11. r.
I ptlHl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOL'CITOR, Etc.
OfPIOEl .Marlin's Muck.
Vkhxiin, H.C.
u
FRUIT TREES.
i amount of money 111 thoroughly l.'sl-i wire Iraintvay is an nl.j,.,'i failure,   ll
j inf; the claim, and no ilonlil  I hemm- "ill bring  I'*) lulls .hilly easily I'm'
The season is fast approaching W'hen pany into whose hands ll has fallen al I   six   I. s;   il.ra   something-
somethingshould lie dune to the many will   vigorously   push   development  bust-, and them's .. ili.nl slop.  Tin*
kinds of frull Irees now in Ihe p..s- work, as by so doing they ivould only  "lowers." or "sliitlous,"iir.' far Iuu
s.'ssiiin of the hortli'iiltinlsls in lhe hu following the line of policy adopted trail for serious work, ami the wclghi
different seel ions of lhe I'liunlry, and with  respect to i.lhi'i- properties re-1 of I he rope and buckets knocks I hem
il..-.. .fin c ii may mil I.a.mi i.f place i.. coutly uctpilred l.y lhe  the same over like ninepins i ami al lllis Iiu f
ask what are yon doing individually in cninp, and which are turning nut so lhe year, in six lo llfleen [eel nfmimr,
ll ntter of preparation forlightlng well, mure especially their Hrst prop-1 It Is u..| .-.-.->■  in rel.nil.l  Ihem. ' Ni»
the many Insect and oilier pesls lhat orly liondi'd, Ihu Gold Drop.
are known tn Interfere wiih the sue- ...
. Issf.ll   pi'llSl'l'llll I'   till,   fl'llll    ill- ROUTES TO THE RESERVATION.
diiRtry,  Asa mi., matters nf iliis tin.I
iinul.I ihis tramway was an ejciieri'
n.'...I, an.I s.llllci.'lll allowance was mil
made t'..r il..- exti'iioi-ilinarv   leiiglll
(and coiiseipieiiily wi'ight)of rope ami
tt
ImUQXtih/lx; bbos. & co.
K£L ow ar A.
Dry Hoods, Groceries, Ready-Maile Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Price* Reasonable.
poitlll'S M. KI'HHY, I1.1,.S„
A.M.O.S.O.E,,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
■ i VKHNON, li. C.
ii ,	
jl T  E. OROWELL,
TllllXSU.V ST., ValtXI.N,
l.'ONTIIACTOB AND BUILDER
Olllee and jtore Fillings u Specialty.
are allowed to glide along in  vary A, great deal lias lieen wrilleii and huekeU,  llence llie failure.  Noilnuhl
 ell .if n slip-shod manner, no ai- published Inlely up.... lhe ipieslli f ji ;s {.\„..,,\, and  miceossful mi -Inni
tempi being made In check disease or the mosl feasible route to takeloenler iim.s, Hllv r.tiii' n lies, but in I liis rase il
insi-.i p,.sis uiilll .1 great aim I of IheCnlvllle vatloiireceiitlylhrowiiL nine]'miles fully.  'Ilm I'.ill Mine**
Ibiinii  has  h 1.ui.., ami ni'tlnii Is "I"' iilneral  local Ion liy I he U. H, ,, pany will prolml.lv pul "li leains
made Imperative If llle life of lhe tree (government, Inlinul orednivii, ns lhe siurltei' can't
is in he saved.   Those who follow Ibis Those Interested in siring travel fui-! wa.il fnr Ilm Irilii.wny.   Prospector,
hne.of conduct, however, do lint prne- low certain routes have nol missed ihe                         ,,.
lion a true economy, ami if lhey would iippurlnnily of lauding Ilm advantages                kruger MOUNTAIN,
wi.-h In he successful shuuld .it once nf their fevered road, at Ihe same lime
sel alinul discovering I he besl inellinds trying lodetracl from ilm natural nd-    '1'lie claims on Ktiiger mouulalii an*
P  11. LATIMER,
viai.M.N.....-,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
_-_*,*■_ —i   Surveyoi-.
Men.. Amur .Sue. Irrlg. V._&.
Assaying ancl Analysis of Ores
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TlirilllKlI,  PlIIII'IlIKTOH.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanaj.n Lake
STAG- OONNBOriON WITH S. 8, ABERDEEN Tl.
Faihvikw, Osoyoos, Boundary Crmsk,
Kktti.k Biveh and Points ix Washington
Am,   AflRANOEWENTS  MADE   P08   PROVIDING
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties,
Good Boating nml Fishing.   How iind Sail Hauls for Hire
BAMS   HOXStlff   HOTEL.
LUMBY, B.0.
First-Class Accommodation fur Guests. Gond Hunting and Fishing
Stages In Venn.n and Blue .Springs.
IjotolIs Moz»ax*.d, Prop.
r
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k CLEB1N, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Inu Mouldings, Turnings Ete.
AU Kin is uf  Faelnry  Wurk   Kept in Stuck anil  Made tn  Oritur
Coist  Cedar Workel  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths and Shingles Kept In Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy In shipment,  Sash anil Door
Factory un 0. P. B., Vernon,
}ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. IVI.
VEIINON, 11. ('.
a
Lath ni-
St. Thomas Hospital,
LoXUOK, Kx.a
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, 11. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
of liglil lug such pesls ns aphis, borer, viiiil.igcsperlalning lo oilier r.iadsiii
red blister mile, fire Wight, etc., us il tlie mallei1 i.f dl-ltiures, stages, etc,
is only reasonable to suppose Dint sonu etc., a course ..I' couduel  not nl  .ill
the ynung Irees will nirain he in bud nail.,  iieeessiny    Ier   Ilm circum-l Miinv giinil offers In I I or piirehasi
an.l tltisi. pasl- vigniously springing stances, as lhe mul,. in I,,, selected |have''('el "^  ''V  '• wnersnf
Into life, should entirely depend upon the ioca-
attracting the iitlciilinii of capitalists
owing nu .In.iia in llu rich clninmlei'
ul' lhe ore In lie I. mud in some of them.
The fact tlinllatu lu llie season just' tion of the would-be Inueler, and llle Osoyniw, part owner hi Ihesa , con
passed, lhe diseases which hail affected ubjecllvepuint desired in lm reached,
the trees during ilm suiiiniei' seemed For inslance, If parlies an- located in
Ut die uut, furnishes no guud gnni...Is Spuki  ur iu  ilm   Kuoteiinys, nnil
I'.a- ilm nssiiu.plion thai they Item  would wish in euler ilm reservation
ejrl.incl.iiud Ibnl limy will nnl make upon its northern side, or ihal purl Iuu
tl^'lr appearance ..gain ll.ia s ier, conliguous lu llie iulernaliomdlme, ll
and theiefore it would he well lobe nn would   I.a  fully  In  ink.. .. sunlbern
thenlcil just al  ilm present lime ami route, when lhe goal aimed at could
so,, whal run !..• done In cheek thein, lie an much more easily gained  l.y
ami inn... especially llial  which hns taking advantage of  ilm established
become one of Ilm fruitful sourcesof li if rail and conch which leads up
disappointment to Ihose wlm have in Indie eastern line ami penetrates l.y
recent    years   plniiled   ...ii    young easy singes ilm whole mullein pni-
orclritds, viz.. Iho leaf l.lighl, whicli  ti'".     of     the     re.-crvall       nn.l
aitai'ks tliu haves of ilm ynung pear vice versa, tlie same applies  In  ilm
Irees, and which is known as lhe red soul hern purlinu   ...    ilm  lerritury,
l.llsler mile. This Is mil as is gel.-rally People  residing   hi    Kuolunuy   will
suppi.sed liy many n fungus growth, naliirally lake ilm  Nel.-un  ni.d Foil
Inil is caused by lliepn'senceof a very Sheppnrd   railway   in  Mart us, nml
small insect, which takes up ils ni.mli. Ilienee hy singe one day's I..i.a] will
between Ilm lissms nf Ilia loaf nn.l. bring llieni will.in easy  leach uf any
the Satellite .Ini.... uml Mr. Kruger uf
v.-yc.l the liuelllgeliee In nn ADVANCE
representative  Ihal   no .hull before
lung, good satisfactory itiTaiigeiuunts
w..nld be made for lhe disposal nf the
property.   I 'pun some nf tin- claim?
reeenl develi.pmeiil wurk hasdlseloseii
guud strong veins of ore, whi.I. from
ilsehariielei is.I..serving nf iilleiiliou,
nml rn. tliiulii it' sleamhiial iict'ommo-
dalioii  is furnished Ihal  section Ilm
I'uiuiug summer, some uf Ilm same w 111
lin.I iis nny in ihe Siiiuid smelters,
Tlie clinraeler nf tlm ore   in some
nf ilm claims is hard  in t|i-t lugulsli
from il.ai f .1 ni  li ..island, aud il
would seem tu, if nisays aie liilem-
lil'd upnu, I.i lm lllllll lull   ill  gold nn.l
copper,
...
C05BIN-1IEINZE AGREEMENT.
Tlmltussl I Slinel'says llu* ngiee
founds 1'ol.inles  lliereln, and iu ilm "'   tlm iiiipuiiunl   puinls   u|   a   I lit* i nit-lit. hutweeii   .Mr.  Cirbin  ...ul Mi
winier migrnle anil llnil e fori aide ' hern Hue nf then serve, ■. hilepeu-  n,.|HW    li„|,||,.»    ,,,,   alii,i,d..tiemeii|
miiiilers lienenlh th" laid scales, oul, l'le icsldliig in Sp ku     ... poiuls in
IV un'dcr wliieli they cuierge lis soon I E.islcrn   VVashinglnn  have an  alter*
Irrigation Projects, Englncerirg and Eurvoy i na ilm young l.u.ls ci.inu.eliee lo open ! ""le ruille n, I ''hem,  ilm one jusl
Work, with Plum and Estimates in nny'
Portion of tlie Province Immediately At-
| iu lhe spring, ready and eager to carry  referred tn In Marcus, ur l.y uuy nf fnl|||   ['oithpo'-l    I
wluilei 11 ' I .Mr. I'u. I.iu's ini. mil.ii io>
liuilil a- sp... di'y ii- i iitsil'le ll.. I n-
Iiiiiii tin   ai il   bul   M. hi.lnill inilu.' ii
lti.a-la.nl.      .Ml
tended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
J. C. HAAS
'.. Ilm roiisli iiclioli. I lllis.
road may as w.-'l he dismissed at once.
Ilis coming .and sn is [Im Canadian
Pacilic, ll ll liy l.e slnlul Ilinl ll e*
puinls iiii.lived iu ilie agieeineut a.e
I Imse: Certain changes iu llie line if
lhe tramway tini.ugli thai pmtlcn.l
Ilm  Ni i-iui and  Full Sin ppmd lai il
MIDWAY,
un Ilm wurk nf deslrilctinn forauolher lhe Sins I'.iil.aeeiirdliigas ili.-y wuuld  (|n|||,(
season,    ll will he apparent, there-1"isl'to visit th rlher ■ soiilheru
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River I far" tu any one giving the leasl Ihoilghl  1"" '  'lm ter ry.   Parlies re-
Mining Division. lu the subject, thai the lime to get al siding in  Yu! ■ on the B. C. coiisl,
ll.ia pest is just al the seasnn of ihe,"11"111 nnl.ur.illy cum over lhe 11, P.
BOUNDARY FALLS. M1DWAV nnd VERNON. | upcuing uf tlm   Hoc  buds, when lhey  -'• ''V way of Sieainoiis ami Peiilietou,
may readily I..- reached nn.l destrnyei] and hy following dm. a ilm (I, uiagin,
hy Iheappllc.lllonofamlxturesprayed '"' ''5' taking ilm Kettle river sUge,
upun il.e trees,  ihe eimipusltioii nf strike llie reserve upnu iis uorlhwesl  KI.|,i,t rdjnluii-f. il.e lowi sh'eof Host
MINING ENGINEER    ■■'■lil'h Is as follows: "Heat one gallon  •■•' wesli'in hinder, whilsl n.ineisaiid |(UiUi   ihcioiisliiiclion of n sldiugiit
'I ofwnterto liolllngaiiddissolvetiierein  pruspeclms icming fii.iu lhe Suuu.l, Snvwnnl l.y ilm Nelson und Fml Sin p*
n hair pound uf snap | he fhenjiesl  cities nr counlry, could Inl.clhewin.e |,„„i enmpan) I'm ihe nrioinu.udaliun
grade), and while still hulling hul  re- toll I e, nr ndcpl   Ihal   nffcied l.y lhe; ,,f, |u, •]>,.„ || ^m\[L.r,   (!„|,sei  Ihe
uaddv""/.    ,'iire- a   'miivefi ilm lire ami add two gill-  Greul N nn to Weiialiheeand the  , ml ,,f the Xelsun uml Fml Sheppanl
HAHKY   A.   (jUhSo,   M. A., |(„l8 0f kciiisiiii-.   Pass Hi.  inixl ure I steamers   ii|ou   lhe   C'oluiulila and coin|.aiiy lo I lie* building liyMr.Kein.e
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST    | tliiuiiglia spray pinup nnd direel lheiOkanngnn rivers, „(•„ ,.,,„„,., ,-Wf sliiutJiud gauge mil*
sl.ieaiu liuck Inlo ilm rcceplaele ..ill. 7*"*'* runil frum Iheeasl side nf ilu'i.oluni
hi. -ii       „., e. h. ANU d. C. , . .... ,      .
lone ns pussilile.   lhiscauses Inn  ul  Trill   in Bay wind.   A trail r
il to rapidly assume lhe appearance of    The IJ S  irovernmeiil   i    rrnnti a "greeineiil. under which a lerlnln shine
cream,   ('unllnue the pumping live or .,   ,, '.'.''     .. ,,    ,. '       ,,' •   ;a of the hus.ness nf il.e Tinil Mnelli i-
!,     ' Mr. ('.niilii u   nirlil   nl   wuv llirnu;!.    ,    , ,. , ,   '
len  minutes,  nr  mil il   nn   Keriisene .,     ,, . ... ,       ,.     ,.    ..  , iMu   entol he ,\c sou and  FurlShip-
.   , ,      -    ,     , i  lie  Colville reserv.iln.n lor Ins It.'il , ,   ,. '
separates at llie top when II stiinds un* ,, „ , .     ,, •    , paid and Spokane nnd Mori hern in •
Copper, $1.50, iron, $2.00; Gold.  ,u!,|is„l,,„,,|   r,„. ,   „„,„„„„.    W|1(,„ ;  lutinl .In iiilwa, furnished a ,,,,,.,  ;
Silver, and Copper, $3.00.   Other;      .    ...        .. ..    . lesson to the B. O. goverumeiil in that >,,
rates on application. Samples from """"'• B»lu''«'»» !"'v™ »»"'m "m'v ,|„.v ,|j,| ,,.,1  honus him wilh nuiiivi THE STRIKE IN THP J0SIF
a distance will receive prompt at- »'wilier, nud \t Is ready for us  tlm ^ uf ||u,       ,,„„„„„ ,J
tentl°"' blister ndle   For use on green aphis. iHI i,,,),,,.,.,,,,.,,, ,,, , -nnsiru.ai '    The Nn, I loa,ml I w  i,  I im
""■""———-—————   ,.||.    ||  should   he  ail..11.Talc,    with 17   ,, ,    ,,, ...ulli i .• i i I ,.
llie  riiiiil,  I ul  merely ulluwed  linn n  on- chilli. I. nhi.-h llu-v iii.-uleueai-iV
and
ASSAYER.
x/xxxrwAir, 23. c
RATES:  Gold, Sllvor, or Lead, $1.00 each;
.1. VV. IcMCKI),
MIDWAY, B.C.
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
I to 20 gallons of wa er nsleadnf seven.     ...              ,          , ,        ,,,, , ,, .       .
i„„.  ,n         ,. .,.             ,   ..          ,   i .agl.l olwuv ul a ividlli ..I  lull feet, all llieir shipments n» llie smfnrc, 111,1)
llns is nu unluiliim renmilv il liini...rlv 1 ,,               ,.,,.       , .   ,.        ,.       .. ., .      .   .   t        ,..,     . ...   ,            .
WATCHMAKER   and   JEWELLER  applied,  and  mine ■hmiM d iul.    l,r,M»*fc"1     policy.,   lhe Il.e whole face..ft he drir   Isoiewih
,..           . ,          ...         . ,          ' I wi 1 gioeiii nl-, uii   Ilm  une   humI nnlv mm wall, the  I.une.i.e. 1.1 -lehl.
1 eilliea.-v Willi..ul giving ll .1 Ilinl.                    .                          . . 1   ,. 1 ,.         1 ,„, ,'                                  «.,,,
~                               merely a peru.i.-sinn tn Inn d I In01,|<h nils ore averages over Ii.ll) per tun in
REPORTED S0ID                    a eel llllll | ni'liun of lei lit my is grant* gnld, su tlle Jnsiu tan now he pul down
I ed. uml in  ilm ill.11   many sip.nre|asa possible com petit or with ilhe Le
Captain  Adams of Montreal 1» t-c-inilesof land w*ns donated 011 cacti k'iIc Bui mul War Ragle niines fnr lii-i
All Work Warrant-Hi.    "»..   Ipoi'led toliave uiadeil sale nf IlieC'n- "r  Ihu railway, Hm  Nelson nml p 'link lu the camp.
 -., ; ,,.,,1;,,,  »„,„!, „f Halms, siluiited   in  Shi'pp.iid, the hlllldlng of whicl y The hue uf ilm Nn,  I  inuiml N2.il
W, DALBVMPLE                Slucini district ou the divide belween '"' '"'i'1  ""'  ""'>   '"  have   lirimghi feet verllcally uiiilei  lhe apex of lhe
Oarpenterand Four-inllecreeks. These wealth to Ilm priiuinler, hul lohave velnwh Ihelilg  hele uasix-
claiinsai'i. considered by all who luive  ' ""'e  snlvall if the walling eoi- pixcd,  nml   wn-  encolllileriil within
I'xamliied llieni to lie su'nie of the iiiosl iporiill .ver which he presldet, llueefeel nf where llie siiiieyssliowul
|U' i-illg   prnp-rlies  In   he   f Ill   ill'                                     ' • * It sllOUld   he.il'   the    u.e   lllllte   lllllili*
lhe Kuoteiiay country, nml 110 dniil.l   WHY IHE S1LVBR KINO SMBLTER STOPPED tallied lls n a  nml  dip.   Taken ill
furllmr develspinunt. will show Ihem ""'J iunwllll  lhe in,1,1   le.elnp-
  exlremely valuable,   Tim  -     '""   '     '   K:'      "    ''    ,l"1 """a..:    ' ".' ■■■'.•: ■'.    I.   la
chasers are a Philadelphia syndicate,
who Insl year sent .Mr. Penrnsc, 11 mining engineer, In make an exhaustive
cx.'.i.iiiiulinn.
r.4        .
GreiiOK-al     331t*icl_H-titxl--lx
FA Hi VI I'U', H.C.
AH   Kinds  of Rcpalrintf.   Horseshoeing,- a
Specialty,
D.   McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, H.C.
All Kinds nf Work Kxooutod lu llio Sniif-1
action of On itoaurs.
limn was ex .ed of i.. fur while it lllt(| ||)(. Nit. 2 liniiii'l of ihcWiirl'iigl.,
wnsI'liiilldsiitly believed Mini  ii wuuld ihis sink.' <l.' slinlis   lieyuinl  nil
-uioll   IHU  I".,-  in    Ilm   Iweiilv-f - ,|m..,i„M   i|„.   ,,-,,,.,,i,, 1 „ v   nld   .uiili.mi-, IBJIuus, in nil.Iii in.  I,, flux lllld |',n mit v,.I'lh I.i ilie-in  lllis rump,
fuel, were pill  Ihrullgll  in Ihul   Iii... f\u,  , |,  „..,.. ,-,,, ,,,,i,t,,, ,1 |n,|
Wood, Cargill and Co.
AIvJMSTRONCx, b, c,
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AND   BACONS,
Write fur prices.
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE,
WOoD,   OAHOII.-   -.   CO..       -       -       AKMBTROin;.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIIN'OX. II. ('.
—A-flro*—-*- JPo*. ■■
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsalo
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nloholles k Renouf, Agi'lcullurnl .Machinery.
SNOW SHOE BONDED. Till  i- al -I   -elf llu x il.).', ns was  (,'allllllH.V, m llu. ale I".- In ll lllllllcr
slroiigly in-.i-.iiif on l.j  il.e resldenl  ufletiur iwelu fei-1, ui.d ll wi.us
Tlie Siiuw Shne ehiiin ill Greenw nml  cheilllsl, Air. A. II. Unldl.ll, l.cfnre Ihe  tvoi.ld lull lisk i.l.lllill.g I ellel'.   lies-
Is Mich nn.-.-ni.guiii.-e\|.|.i Iul Ions,
» f ,
HOVINC AROUND.
ennip has 1 11 bonded liy the ownuis, smelter  was slnrte.l uml hefuie Mr.
.Messrs. H, Deii.ler, \V, W. Gllilis anil Johnson wus engaged.   Mr. Johnson,
T. Mi'Dunnell, tu  ilm Moiilical ami hum iver, did nnl. bellevu sueh was the
British Coliiiubia Prospeellngand Pin- case, and gol 11 qiinntlly nf meliilllu
iu..ting enmpntiy (limited), The luuiiey copper instead of iniiile, whhli caiisedl   The Tilhiiuu suvs:  Tin-   eugiueer
consideration nf ihe huiid Is $.1.0.0,10 trouble  mechanically,    Thi-  s.-i  so j party Hint lias- been at work for llie
Aix'itttt. Por  - percent, nf wliieli wns paid down, and ; rapidly Ihul it made ilu- luinn... very Ounadlnii Pacilic, lieiw  ihe Cnlum-
c.   11     1       r'        the balance tn lie made good upun tile bard  lo tap.    Owing enllrely in 11 bin river and BosrIuimI. were siiddonly
Tll6 UMnflpD-SP-llllfflOllflBD-ISIS,  three following .hues: Septeliil'er 1, faulty const met lm  pni'llcuhii' milered  mve lo Slin-mM lake, lo
POB                                               ! Dec her 1, and ..lurch 1. lSi)7. place, I'm which Fra-ei ,'cC.i.i'iuei- aie make preliminary surveys for 11 road
Tho Royal Insurance,                       i   The 8now Shne is, as every one alone respniislble, sunt.' d.i.uage was • from the Nakusp and Slocan at Bosi-
The London & Lancashire,                  | knmvs. nn enormous hotly uf ore, rang- done 1.. ilm water Jaekel, Imi tlle dam , hery soul ti along lhe ensl shore of Um
The Insurance Co. of Norlh America,       i|J(? f|.{M|| |(| ,„ 1(xl (WI -m\,\,\\\,, „M| ,,|  .M,., |,| ,„silv have heen repnll'cd in 1 Ink.- In Sln.an Crossing .... ilm Cullllti-
Z^m^ZT^. VM" very similar lo lhat found a respectable  i'i„„l,,'. -1,..,,.  ,f Itla s.,,1 K nay, Theeoun.,,'I	
The Canadian Permanent Loan* Invest- in il.e nl her cillllllB lying in Its near I there ivns one,   As there Is mil, Ilm : easy une in whal.   ."  I I  a   mud.
mont Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Asso-
vieinily.   Nnln greal deal ul develop* damaged part Ind in go I" Spokane Kvldenlly  ilm  Mnnlreul ..Btcinls ate
men1 wink Iuu h.-en done, and yet for repairs, awakening lo tlm fact  thai  it the
ptc      'ii     I enough Is known of lliu ore lu warrant    Inanyense the fuhiace musl have Canadian PaclHe Isl n handle Kn.iieiiui.
UBnOPSlHB-IKSl-W&rin.llClfllAgLlitas being n very desirable properly I shut down Iliad.   lw..uf,erildld|trHde lhey musl luilld railways uvei
NOTARY PUBLIC. I upon wliieli lu spend a enivildei-al.le I for waul uf ure. because ibe patent wl-ckl'iiilne-i can bu l."- —-.--■■-I MMBWgjfiBj.
THE ADVANCE.
T. If. NMIUJIS. .. .i'flUI'KJKT-JH
PubLUbcd   weekly   ni   Midway,   li. C.
Siilwi'liitimi I'rirr. $2.W per annum. pay__blo
it ndvuiicct.olthor yearly or Imltyoarly nl tho
Union uf the subscriber.
Advertising iu_-n mnt on Application,
Though tin- cuiiiiiHitt of Tub Advascb mra
klmu*- open far the uitfcuiuton '.;' raattcra o(T| sun's r.t-nclt tint]
jtiiiii.' luteresl uml liniwrtance. wo ilu not hoc* '
.e-warily enJonte tuty ot the opinions expressed.
Ctirraspuiutotioo olio persona) nature will nol ho
ftllbUshcd,
MtXYDl-tr, MAttCH i). 1890!
A cross In this suaco Indi
.cuti'ri thut your mifcorlpttoii
tu ihis paper baa expired,
mineral i-esutmm Then Agiiln llu*
consl niL-limi of aroud is badly nt'-'-l-tl
tn give an inlo I .ind nutlet to tin- largo
fttft'iL'iilluml M'tilciiKut of AiiiiiL'iii.st
uiuuntain, ami i\ llii'iiugh road '»-
twci'ii (ii'Hiii. PraiHe and ilit* uunti-iff
camp, of Rnsalinid ;tnd Trail, and
itiid^esovei'thu Kettle liver ai Joliti-
Kdwiiids' ferry, The*
ctiiinii'iniiun nf lliese really uece*__ary
piililic works It Is to he hoped will
convey UMiur provincial legislators a
true wn.se of Ihe dislrirt's require,
iiii-nls, and llie iieeessltyof their mak-
WE cALLI888!8***®® §§st$
9 T. ELLIOT
Special'nlti-nl ion to.mr new store
nl .'arson, IJ. <_'. Good Stuck tm
hand and new goods arriving
ETEIIY WEEK
®
GENERAL MERCHANT FAIRVIEW, B. C.
lupoid uf the same, uud if such isdone
we are i-niili.lent thai llle Increased
iieveniiBthat will he derived from lbe
distrirl .oosrqiiuul upun greater facM-
ti-*--. I.eiiiK furnished tin* miners in
transiuil business, ..ill fully wariaul
any expenditure that   Uiny be made,
and ..a ..re einhiildi'lied I like the
appeal, as we are iLivare Ihal nu pul.lia
meetings have l.eeu Leld iu ihis di
Iriel. limine, Iur llmir iibjeel llie
iilK upnu the ({uvci'iinielil's nllentliu
lhe needs as abuve set fourth, as was
drnmhy eilizens i nny other purls
itrti.'l.s of iiicoi'pot'iitionof iheSpokuue : nj- ,|„ m.*,vhice
Telepll. 	
ing u liberal allowance -.thev than the Dlnpn     Ymin     (MoiX!
eiuitoin.U'y appropriation for thecarry*. [ [(Uj\j     j \}\[[      \)\ \[\j[ "J
,-£'' LaRGES-I AND IIKST-ASSOKTICI) STOCK IN Till
a-®
I
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HELLO THERE. SPQKAjTEI
, Abu..st before lhe snow is nflflhe
tills we shuuld he lll.lklng use ur Ibe
sliuve exelainalion, uJll .thing lin-line
..'tween Peiitlclon and Spukane,
iliniild the coinpniiy wh.. are applying
tor a charier, llt. v.... lhe saine grant ed
tut them, ns according to the Spokesman-Hrvicw of tlm 2!lih   February,
Wilh
Goods
I'lriees
ils nn   (lie iimrils of uur
uud uur Matchless Low
SGU^HEBN
mm
- iutsbior
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED
i
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rr We Soil Your Trade'
JOYFUL-NEWS
KETTLE niVER MINIM DIVISION.
lho Week
2'.)
.2'.)
2)
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and Cnl.uuI.in Telephone ami Tell
graph company li.-iv..- been llle.l will.
the county auditor, The capital slock
nf lbe en...puny is $75,001), held by
Nut hull It. Snnm. L, T. (u.rdun, I. II.
Adams und .1. II. Farrell uf Spokane,
uud Angus Mi'Nish of Rossliiudt nml
-be ohj.cl nf the company' is In build
and n;|erate telepll..ne and telegraph
lines 111 tiie United Status uud llriiish
H'oluuibiii.
Thev will do business in all' towns
thing the line of the Spokane and
Northern to Noi'lipurt. The line-will
then lie extended to Rossland and
Trail, whieh are the objective points,
A branch will he run from Marcus lo
Bnunilary, touching (Iran.I Furks,Carson, ('ri'cnwuo.l City, ll.midhi.jrFalls,
Midway and ..II ..ther towns ns far up
as Ponticton, In all 124 miles will be
litiill, Imt eventually ibe line will
branch out to places where business
Jusl Ides,
Two contracts have been let for a
mipplv of poles al Rossland and Trail
nnl work will commence when lhe
franchise arrives frum Il.e provincial
authorities mdl when the snow permits, at the latest  l.y lh iddle nf
Miy, A force of men wiil be put nn
Huge ennugli In complete Ilm line
fr m Spokane to Rossland iu forty
diys. I litest- it   wuuld
ll  will  therefore l.e seen tliat the port ion uf tbe f.
Veiiion und Nelson Telephone com- hiuve heen -tuiplelely
puny mils'.Iie up uud doing if they do alarming was the u,-„a
.milium I'i
Record ol Mineral Locations lor
Endfni* March ii.
.1. Cupper King. HruMifs camp, E. ,1,
Ilickey.
3. Myrtle, North Fork  Kellle river,.
A. Jeldness.
rll,VN_l"ER„
Lincoln, j ii.l'uu.si, ,1. F. Holler In
II. 1'. Palmers	
City of Paris, J  Interest, ,1. F. 11.
Holler lull. P. Pnlinerstnn.
Lincoln, I interest, IL  P.  Pnlnmr-
slon lo M. \V. Palmerslon,
Oily  nf   Pari.-,   1.  i resl,   11. P.
Palineislnii toM, W. Palnicrstiui.
Old    Ironsides,   1-20 iuUrest,   II.
White lu li'..E. Strnhorii,
Old Ironsides, J Interest, JI. VV.!
Piiliiieislim to II. 1']. Stralioru,.
Lancashire Lass, J inleresi., Thus.
II irdy to ti, Heiiderson.
Mouulilln View, 1 iulerest,E.Davis
to P. Lynns.
Big Add, jj interest, E.  P. .Siiydani
tn VV. J, Harris.
.44	
ITALIAN DEFEAT IN ABYSSINIA..
Vott
Carson, B. C.
2:)
i.
Send Your Order to*-**»<----
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sate from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
me & Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
U   "qKANAGAN  5AWMILL
i fc kelowna, B' c-
can now purchase Cedar Panel doors,, beautifully
made and finished;. Window Sash, Laths, Shingles and
all other kinds of house finishings; Rough and Dressed
Lumber constantly on hands.
Orders from  Kettle River  District solicited' and' prices
furnished upon application to
Im. x.-__q-ctxi-iz:, px&O-P.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOABD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview. B. Ci.
BOCK CHEEK HOTEL . . ,
MOUTH OV HOCK l.IIKKK.-
XX.   X>l-_ea.c_--lcrl_,   _xs_-,
FlIIST-CUSS   Accumm.iimtiun   K.llt Qcbjits,.
GOOD STABLING
-rit5toflllo|.t fishing mi Kulilo ltivor.j_r
II. KKYKS, Prop,
('und1 Aicnmiuuihition,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
Kirst-Clnss Slnbliiigv
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
A fearful disaster bus befallen tlutl^c;
llulian.fon-es iu Al.ysslnla, if Ibe lai est: ti'
ri'iiorls are lu he relied upon, fur by \ffl
Ihese  il   would seem   thnl    a   laiue f& CHEMIST
ees operating there
uiihilaU'd.   tin yi
v. t*3
mmmmmmm
I... ti. l)(),NTALI),'ON.     «fi
DHUGfilST I
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ll.nl tin' f,'i
nut. wish tlie new company In usurp! eminent fe.in.l .ill.c.viu^ ii In he made
ibe Inisiuess uf ibe territory fun nhieh, kumvn ton and lenly, so ilm Iirsl repnri
suu.e lime agu lhey were granted a i "f Hm defeat was allowed lu leak nut,
'dinner, Thai ihe new enterprise will Then the war ..Uleials allowed il to he
Run-payillg one need lint we believe "rumored" Ihal odd men were killed.
He doubled, aa the line can I e built at After Ihis ('lime the rcporl that 5,030
a very nominal cost, ..wing to-tlm-fart, | soldiers hud fallen, and nu'v. it is "ml-
lhal.au nlimidance of material in. the
sht||e .f.|;i.les,eun hc-hsdlall along lbe
VERNON, a. C.
ti'
ffl A Fidl Line nf   tsi
ffl
In
were
Ins,
line, and also Ilm large development.,of
uur mines this suinmei' will have the
effeel uf inercasing very materially
tlm |io|iiilaliun nf llie several lowi.a In
whieh the cunipnny intend tu extend
fiheirsystem. Our only Hope. Is Ihal
Nie line will he constructed al the
onrliesl possible .lute, as fur a long
lime past.has the great need nf such
an lldjJIIK'l In Ibe successful prosecution of Inisiuess heen felt in Ihis
section.
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EIIITOHIAL NOTES.
Wi* weie obligi'dit I. dnwn Green-
w lOit.y an.l iithei' coirespoiidenee,
awing In Ilm fact Ilinl it came tn hand
jusl before closing tiie make-up uf this
issue, ami therefore space wus limited.
The subjects tun. lied upon will again
neeeive attenlam iu future
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Mail
milled" that 6,000 llal
slain,  iu addition   in
among Ilm i.alive I mops salving under
llle Hag nf Italy.
The gnvei'iuueut aud military authorities are charged Willi ginss inis-
manageiiieul nf Ilm Abyssinian eam-
ptiigll. and llle whole uf Italy is in a
storm of mgr agalnsl tlm mlnlslry,
which will no.loulii ns a cuii8c(|.ui'ncc
he uhllgetl In resign.
Latest advices  fr    Rume, deled
111.' -lib, would lend to show Hint llie
situation nf affairs grows worse and ' ji t* t -p
I wnisti,-. lUJ lliu* whole uf Italy is in a : jj A [ill
istllteof ferment nnd rioting is freely
heing indulged in in several purls nf
the cnuntry,
It is alsu said Ibal every dispatch!
front Massowab adds In ll...gr,uily nf
'lhe disaster to Ilm Italian army at
Adoway Alsals.   When lhe lirst news
;..f General BaralleiTs defeat tea.bed
Drui/s
Patent Medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses,;&c.'
Orders   From   the
Country   Will   Receive
;proiii|.t Altunllon.
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CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus r
and Reservation wagon roads, j
Nearest point to the Colville '
reservation mines.
FOR SALE
,1 jfOJTb
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. Ce
Tl.ii. Is n sple.iili.lly fhnal.cil hn..«e l,n>I,I»'
.m.l ...it, -linnst. inm', with good stable nn.l oult
bl.il.lintlil, is mlln-ly )<„._k.i! Ill til. tkIU-^
and i!i.i....in.i.U n gooih triuk*. It ■lands oa Ihf
.own grounds ..ft .vo nii.I'a half s.iros in ext.nl,.
and Isu good Investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
win n
COMPLETE OUTFIT OT TOOLS,
This In.ildiiii*- is t iro K-nrtj-n nigli and' stands
mi its own ground nf hull an aero In extent ami
is in n commA-dlllg In.sini-ss ikisIIIoii.
Foil T'KS.MS Al'I'I.V TO
1). NKl|fOL,SO.V,
OKANA(IA>V'M.S8IOM<
MARTIN   BROS;-
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
For prices and all.
D. BURNETT,
Agent, Spukane
Wash.
flier information apply to
C. E. STUART,
Agent, Carson,
iiauuN.i novBR rim
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oik
and Glass,
Vernon, S. C*.
Grand Prairie, H. fi,
A.D..W0RGAN.
WAT HOUSE!
KETTLE RIVER
•tit Kit Kit Kit Kit Klt\lt Kit Kl^Klt Kit, St* Sl/     ^J^^Ji,Sigt Kit KltKlt *(/ \V st/ \U Kit Kit
t'.i4'ST'S'y.itSftftft ',i',ift',i ft ',i ',i',i'.I'Ss,it'Si'Si'.iTtii'.ii'si'.i
at ___ ,„ - _.  ^ — —, __ _. „ __  ^__   at
j lbe eity the report   bad only 501) met.
♦    ■ killed allien the repuil  ran up loH.IKX)
Whbther llie two per cent, lax is killed, wil li CO pleies of arllilery cap.
-nposed ur I ot, In Uinsctln i'..ugldyai- lured.    This     .ling's    dispatches
Hiiainledwith therequireiiienlaof the (tlaeelhe iiutnher nl' killed in battle
dislrlctiisi'i'gai'ilsri.adatouiiningcanipa. and a long brrassing retreat whicli
trails, hridges, etc., theneeessilyof lhe followed nl n.lHU, li is.Imlieved thai
g.iverninenl pursillllgiu, l.rnadi lil.erul, nol even these llgures lull lhe full ex-
and opeudianiil.u^.uliey imlheuiallerol' lent, of the ilisaslHf, Nn. nmnlioi. i-
apprnpi'latlous for the uonstiiuctloii.of.l uitide of Um wounded, uud ihere is
the same, avis never more apparent
than al ibe presenl Hum, as owing lu
tile stage nf n.ivnue.'tiient our mini's
lis. e all. lined, Ilm Iiuu. is near at hand
when machinery must In* substituted.
flu1 llleimne crude methods of wurk*
ii.g ndo-Jled up lu Ihe  present, fur Hie
tlaildllug uf wbi.h.g llslr.iug hridges
4nd wide suhslnnliul roads sliuulddi.'
Illlilt,   Not ..lily shuuld some of Ilm as-
iil in„ mails I... imiirowil hut others
ismsli'tii'l.'di  so. tli.it   those   camps
wllicll'itre now viilually isnlatcd Uiny
be given an opportunity lo have free
I'lHiiuuiuiealinn wil Ii.l lb-general iiiul es
.ifflraveh   Toilltllln  lllisul.jeel it will!
ile oeee-snry In in.pi.nv lhe exisling
mud int.. ((upper camp,. In build nl
short tvisd' liltu Deadtvoudl an.l lbe
Mimpletlunioffi- mad from Greenwood'
(•'ily nu Ulutnilary creek lO'UiO'NiirthJ
Bnrk of Keith, river, lhrough Eholt
pass,  whirll road   would   peuelralo
-llllllllll camp-,mil join the ..lie partially lanll Insl war from Gland K.nks,
up.lhl'Norlh'I'lil'ld of  I'l'tlleriver In
Hmwii's euiiip.   Km in. Ibis roud run-j
uing  llimilgll   I'holl   pass- a, limnell |
jllnuld be l.uili Into liung Uakui'aiitp.j
«iid.Ibis wiih hridges over llle several
•H'eailis aluiigtlir differ.'Ill nudes, ami
-'alls im.. iiiht'i- i»nb.ied,lump-., would,
fliriusli fairly good iieoutinuudalluli f.uv
lliinur anil capilulisl altkcw In. are de j
•irons of tiddiug lo ibe wealth uf lb."
gltivini-c by Hie rli-vi l"i>ii.i.*iil ..(. Us'
gut..I  irtison, hasi'd nn
recent Ituli.in defeats hy
iat.s,   lo  believe
wounded dm i. g I
iiiIIh_.ii!. I a m ...
lhe
stories of
Ahyssin-
I   Ihose who fell
I cli.ml nf uver CO
irrible i'.ite than
Marcus and Boynfoy Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Besl Brands Lip's suit'Cigars
George Hdwards - - Propriotoi
tZ5
1 FURNITURE I
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MA
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I CHEAPER THAN EVER I
i#!_SS
VEIINON, II. ('.
VIEWS OF THE. DISTRICT. FOR' SAlE..
AT
'I*
|-Campbell Bros.
I      — & $ $ —
'I*
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Kit
'f
HI
Kit
V
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IDG)
SlTWaCARLOAS JUST ARRIVED ft
ft iii
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Spectacles and
Silverware.-
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VKHNON, B. U
ROSSLAND, B.C.
those k.l
nle
■'I!1
.lull printing   a
iIoiihiiI Tut: Aiiv.ix.•■■
cry  dcseriplion
111,.'.
SPOKANE FALES
and
VERNON, B. C.    St
ft- 4.1
at atata/aiatatatKitKitatKi^Kit   atKitKi^atat at Kitatatat at at at
'. i'S'TSi'S ft ',i ft 'i* 'i> ft ',i 'ti ft ',i   ft ft ft '.i 4,l4',1T,i 4.i 4'.1TSySTSi'S
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Rough Lumber, $ icto $.i 2.50
Di'L'ssrdi    "      $16 to $:o.oo
GRAND- RfiAIRlE SAW, MILL.
Hough Lumber
Ifi*om.$10 <*o tyf.
DrcwieiliLiiiitbor.'
fc.mi'itiKi to $18*
!.*•>!• Tlmusnnil,.
JNUHllli!.niN HA1LW A11 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
Neliomfc Fort Shep-jard Railway        CHOICE    NURSERY   STOCK.
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B. C. All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving tHe Nursery
SPG K A JN E   K A L L S,
P". &. J'ioixs 582. YV'ushiligl'ori
Only through line to  Nblson
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Dally (exeepl Sunday} between Spokane nn.l Norl lip..rt!
Tri-iveekly between, Northport and
Nelson.
IU.1N.I NORTH
I ItllOn. 111	
iH.IMi BOOTH
MARCUS 2;T»p.m,
OnTllosilayH.Tlliir-iIn.vs, mul Sallirilavs, train
will run tliriniiilil.i Nelson, arriving ill ii:l,'p.,n.,
. making (.loso uotiiioctlnit .villi tli'ostontmir N.l-
Hun fur Knsln nnil all lake tiiinfa. arr.iine at
K'lisjuiit tiltKI p.m. samo days, llolitTiiiiig, prist.
song.H'fl ..ill loavo lako (stints ai-l*Ni']lsonnn
, Mnnilnys, \V-..n^slu,vsi...jl l''ii.Jii)a--,-:r;:viiiKrtt
Spokano san?i d..v .
Pi—songors fOr ICottlo Kivet* und flnunrt.'ir.v
. Crook connect at Marcus .villi slsgo I.ajlv.
F..r thai 1. ciii;i.;i; minks «... 1 ,u
Nurlllliot'l .villi stair*, lini* tlnil-'a
Vm- Nakusiuniil Itot.ID-tkoconuocl nt N'nrlli
imil villi liiml Wc'lii-sil'l-nii'l Sntni'ilny-.
mi^l J' f 1
MARCUS and MIDWAY
STAGE   Z-IKTB
.Mondays and'THursdays at 1 v.
... .Tuesdays and! Fridays at 5 1:
.... Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p.
..Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a.
Sunday at 9 a.
Leaves Marcus	
Arrives.Greenwood'.,
Arrives Midway	
Leaves Midway	
Arrives Marcus Thursday
 $£ .
SPKCIAL ATTENTION (IIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) KXI'llRSS
1 XI.   XI.. *MCO_B.K.ISQJ_*., *?B.DFRtETOK...
. EDWABD A, HAIN .
..  DEALER IN ..
Stationary;      School-Supplies,.
->.-     Toys,     -:-
Cig'nns, Tobaccos,
Notions and'. Patent Medicines..
MIDWAY..B. C.
KICK'I*^ MKOS.,
HUTCMEI^S,.
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FAL'CS
M/'iif  fli'llti'ivd itt l.ock I'mik und all Uur
MlntnerCftmpm
j: Keiir. R. D. Kerp..
GOCD OOMWISSIONER'S Wmil
ALL PLAOKR MINING CLAIMS .tt-NM
Lertvnliolds l^gnlly Kohl in the 0-OJ9MMX
I)ivirtitnro.4YiileDimrictnroIftitI over frouvx-hV*
1st day of November, 1805, tn the 1st day off
'.luiwr.-S-tr.V        <'■ A. It. LAMBLY,
(Jold Coin miss ion err.
Government Office. Osoyoon, B, C.,
m,Ortoli-r.l8flJ.. W
METEOROLOGICAL  REPOHT.
Ut 49  Long 118" 91
AHItu.Ie, 1,80(1 feet nliovc sea level.
Molting snow for week. .00 of allillcho; rain, .(KI
rKMl'KllATl-ltK t'oa WEEK UNPIN- MAitCIl   i.
Mux. Miu.
Feb. 28  11.5 21
"  29  22 12.5
Mar.   1  21. -3
"    2 ■• 20 -2.5
"    3   31 I.n
"    1   36 0.5
"    5  39 15
INOIIRAM.-On the (I'll inst, In Mr. and
Mrs. B. Inghrani of Kettle river, a
daughter,
McDowell.—On the lib insl, In Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. McDowell nf Greenwood City, a daughter.
 4 +4	
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. F. Coryell left on Tuesday for
the upper country, and will visit Vernon "i. business before returning,
Messrs. Mclnnis and Vaiigliau are
greatly improving llle appeal ll lice uf
their ranch at Grand Prairie l.y lbe
building uf fences and making roads.
A consignment of goods shipped
from Vernon nn the lllh of January
to one of our local merchants, came to
hand on March (I This slums the
necessity of railway eonimiiniealion,
Mr. Powers is erecting a two-story
building at. the sawmill here, the lower
portion of which will be used us a
hoarding house for the men and Ibe
upper porlion as a dry kiln fir lumber.
The 17th ot old Ireland, St, Patrick's
day, will be duly honored, not only by
the wearing of the customary green
ribbons hy her many sons, but also by
a grand ball and supper to be given at
the Boundary Falls hotel in the evening, to which all are cordially invited.
Mr, J. C. Haas relumed from Spokane on Wednesday last, and, after
having visited Russia nd and suu.e of
the nther camps, was aide lu stale
thnritatively Ihul greul piepa.alionsare
being made nn every hand fur a vigor
oils prosecution of biisiiie.is in the
several t.lining camps.
.fust 'tit this season uf tlie year when
the frost is coming out of the ground,
und the road beds are so subject to be.
ing cut up by vehicles, and lbe caving
in of hanks are matters uf general
eurrence. il wuuld l.e well if a few men
could l.e kept upnu llle l.alia trunk
road between Penlictnn and Grand
Forks, and metre particularly upon
those portions river tlie sum.nil. of
Camp McKinney and Boundary mountains.
The seventh in the series uf at hnn.es
was given in Palmerston hull on Saturday evening, .Mrs. Sinister being the
liiistess. Qiiife. it number of residents
were presenl, who thoroughly enjoyed
the selections uf vocalaiuliiislruiuciilal
music an.l dialogues rendered hy suine
of the guests. Nnl lbe least pleasing
part nf the cnlcrtnininenl. were the refreshments, whicli were thoroughly
enjoyed hy all. So Ihuruuglily have
these galherings been enjoyed by our
citizens that greal regret will he felt
when llie series draws tu a close, as nu
gatherings ever held in the country
could excel! Ihese al hollies for excellence of true social.ility.
Owing tn tlie ennrmnus increase in
travel consequent upnu ihe throwing
open of the Colville reservation, a matter of great necessity is lhe placing of
bridges uver Hie Keltic river at different puinls upun  the route belween
others were debarred fri.ni exptessing
iheir views, as they ciiuie In Il.e meeting lindei tlie iinptessiun (hat it was
ca|led fur the purpose ut fur tiling a
mining association, and therefore
could not at short notice and will.nut.
giving suine thought to tbe mailer,
enter int. .discission upnu lhe subject,
As lhe meeting', however', whs only a
preliminary nne, having for ils object
the testing uf llu. miners upnu the advisability nf funning a union, it was
(lifter llle subject had heen pretty well
discussed) resolved Ibal a petition he
drawn up uud elrciilnted giving those
iu favor uf a u.ihu. the opportunity uf
signing the same, and shuuld' a suBi-
ciet.t utuuuui uf support he obtained,
UllOt-her regular ineeling will he held
In thu near future, the lime nf which
and llie place nf holding In be duly
and sufficiently advertised, The nicer
Illg having been ailj niiaaal by tbe
chairman, those present were invited
In sign a petition, protesting agninst
llle imposition nf a l.vo percent, lux
being placed upun the gross uitipul of
lhe mines uf lite province, which all
did readily without exception,
 ■► . 4	
PAIRVIEW NOTES.
A CARD.
distrjot Would again become a ivildcrnawai. it
wus when we first commenced to dovelopits
mining Ind iiBtrlcs—unknown even to our own  _ _ _,
members from Yale district, other than a. u j To t'1*1 Boundary ClT-'k Olid
portion of the electoral division of Vale district Kettle River Miners ;H1(1 Ke.si-
not worth tho trouble of visiting. !    dents Gonerully.
We do not see ihe neoo-sity of calling a mass'    ,, .*.    , ,      ,
„iootliigor.neotlngstovolcoo-.i»ntiinonuorl    ''!'M   '*'"   u'   '"■''  '   [l"
opinions in regard to Ibis iiiiitior, us we feel
that lh... movor n.lsunderstoo* tin- siiiinii.ni
liereas olf.owl.oie, and that by calling Uio at- Greuiwoud nn Boiindarv creek, where. Centrally Located Slopping Place for Three Dillon-... Stage Li-OU
Mangnlt an.l McKncbraii are drilling on the vein at a dppth nf 100 feel
in 111., shaft ou Ihe east ledge nf Il.e
Morning Stiir,
Messrs. Shehan and Gwatkins are
still actively engaged iu developing
the Stem Winder, They have lately
made an open cut ou lbe east end of
tlie claim, cross-cut!iug lbe ledge and
uncovering a flue body of mineral
eight feel in width,
On the -tlth February a blizzard
struck Fairview. It lasted fuur days,
the thermniiieter standing this IlltJI'U"
ing, March It, at 10 degrees lielnw
zpro. March came iu like a Iiuu and ive
hupe it will go nut like a hunt). Evidently il. was comet weather.
The sudden death uf John Uglnw
cast a glonin nvertheeiilirecuniinuuily
in Fairview. He whs apparently well
ou Tuesdiy, February 2alb, as he
worked hard all Ibal day sawing wood.
He died very suddenly i.n Wednesday
at 2 p. ill., wilh crumps nf theslnmach,
al, Evan Morris' boarding house, He
was buried un Friday llle 281 h,Thomas
Elliott, Esip, acting as officiating
clergyman, The funeral was attended
by all the inhabitants uf the town,
The deceased was a native nf England
and leaves a brother whn resides in
Fairview.
 *-+4-—	
SCHOOL REPORT.
Fourth Class, maximum marks 10*0—
Eddie Melville, II".*.; Willie Mel.il'e,
1)5.1; Jessie Murray, TO; Fred Will.ins,
«lll; Alma Hopper, 861,
Second Class (senior), maximum
marks _30-Willie Murray, (137,
Junior division, Waller Mrlvillc.CIIO;
Walter Murray, SHO; Theodore Kruger,
8.17; August Kruger, 707; Harry
Paln.erslnn, 727,
II Primer Class, maximum marks
050-John Tliurnlnn, 572; George Murray, 175.
I Primer Class, maximum marks
400—Caroline Luui, Ulli; Mary Thornton 15. A. M. LEWIS, Teacher.
 4 . 4	
TAX PETITION.
Owing lu the isolated position nf the
district and tlie lardy receipt of news
consequent upon a wretched mail service, lbe ininers in Ibis section are not.
Uuitiiiii ut your heiioniiile body l.y petition
will answer tlin ..-nine purpose ami prevent Il.e
iiiuu'cegsiiry expense i.f calling the prospectors
from their ililiereul claims, many boing sn
sit.iate.l ilull they are dillicull lo reach, anil
unnecessary hardships would l.e entuile.l in
tlioirroniing.
Wo again oik you, gonttomen, to pause and
consider carefully Hie fiir-reiu-liing elli-el of
tins hill if passed, the ruin nf enterprise and
throttling «f i-dustrlofl that need fostering
Hint would ensue iu pursing ihis iniquitous
outrageous and monstrous not,
iimintiiiceuient tliat we have opened
a general store ut the new town of
Gre uiwoud on Buiindury
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C
THOS. HARDY, PROP,
TAX NOTICE.
Assessment Act nnd Provincial
Revenue Tux, Rook Creek
Division of Ynlc Distriet.
NOTICK Is horoby glvon ti.at assessed ami
provincial revonuo taxosfot- ISM arc now
ilue nnd payable at my ofHco, Osoyoos, at tlie
following rates:
If paid on or. boforo Hi lib June;
One-half of one par eont, on real property.
Two percent, on wild land.'
Oir-Uilrd of one per cent, on personal
property.
One-half of ono par cent, on income.
4
If paid on or aftor 1st July;
Two-tnirdsofone per conl on real properly.
Two and one liulf per cunt, on wild land.
One-half of ono   por cent,   on  personal
property.
Throe-fourths of one par eont. on income
Provincial revenue tax, §.i.00 pel' capita.
C, A. It. LAMBLY,
Assessor apd Collector
Rock ClOok Division of Yale District,
Osoyoos, li. ('.. 13th January, 1800.
ui b   thu liniiii nml daily nrctviiig al
Itit-tfe .slnek nf genu ml merchandisi1,
In H(-li('-.-UgH sli.in-Mif ynur patron
age, we do Bn fueling eon fid hi 11 lh.
ymi will iMilriisi ns with youi* fuvoin,
wc shall he equally and mutually Iihiip-
fitied.
Many years' expPi'lence in othei'
purls nf tin* province has convinced us thai lhe public generally
would mm-h prefer in do huf.tnpsf.upmi
a cash Imsis, providing the price ol
gnnd* is cniisislt'lit wilh lllis system.
Feeling confident tint I. Hitch isl he case,
we heg Iii say lluit wi* have tulnpfed
tills method nf doing lui-doess, viz.
either for rash tn- trade, mid in doing
so ive helfeve we are lifting in the hesi
interests of our ens to me lit.
An Inspection nf our stuck ami an
enquiry ns to prices will convince all
Ihal such is Ihe ease.
In conclusion, we would say that
every opportunity will he embraced hy
us In foster and render assistance in
the uYvoliipiiieiii nf Ihf Hell mining
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable
Strictly First-Ciass and Charges Moderate.
'"ii Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Hood Stiililin,",
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for Miners'   Supplies.
    A GOOD STOCK OP
(JpoctPii;., Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder. Ete*
- -OlilH'lts TAKEN FOR A 1,1. KINDS Of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
RECEIVED
UST
mul   iif-rli'iilt'ii'iil   I'ljsiiiiri'i'H   ..f this
Seelinli.
Tlin liking ynu it. aiilii'ipnlltui fm
rnur ninny ftivoi-, «•_ '..iiiuIii i'i'spp.1*
fully yours,
I'i
Tu
1!. WOOD ,V CO.
illl
Gt'i'-invnoil, Bniindiiry Ot'i't'k.B. ('.
A NEW STOCK OF
01
County Coui't Notice
G
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T.iT,
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ARTHUR RENDELL.
ft it's HiH.iH.iiV HiHS HiHS iliiliHs.y.ii'.iH.iH.H'Ai 's.ilii's.Hs i'S.
4,14,1 4',4-',1-',1 4'ST.lT'ST,lTSy,lT',lT'llTSTl14'ST,4 4',14',1 /]*/,* 4,\ S,l
ft
K't
0. McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIT,WAY, Ii.l'.
Sittings ..f llio Comity Courl ..f Yalo will bo :   £,
ItoldennsfolIo.vB: '   ^
At n«,yii,w.... si Iny. 4t.li Mny,   *.nu.    J
AlSll.l.ni.v.... Wiiilii-siliiy, lltli SI...V, isliil
.\i 1 ho hour of eleven o'clock In tlio forenoon.
By coinnmiid,        ('• A. It. i.ASllii.v.
Govcrnmonl Olllct, OmyooB, II. r. (.'.
lie... 1011., ISM,
All Kinds of Work V.w
action nf Hint, rn.ra.
ail.'il to tlie Sulla
NOTICE.
NOTICK ia hereby Riven tlmt thirty days
afirrililic [, the undersigned, Intend in
ripply to tho Assistant ('liie. Cnttniiisstnnor of
Lands nnd Wurks fm* a license tn prospccl for
coal on tin* following described tract n.lund:
['mnmoneliig ni n Ktnko tip post planted nn
tho north bank ofltock crook and ah half a
, mile fnnn its mouth, find running Ihoncu wchI
I ono mllo, th-iiica south ono inile, Ihcnc.* east
ono mllo, tliciK"' north nne mile to Iho point nf
commencement. W.T, THOMPSON.
Rook Crock, February 18,1800,
wAaNt_;s_;-
Urlllslit oliiinbli
iiiiiii grown nni'-.
|.ua.   Uber.il ii
tlinomt'ii.  ICxpi
..I'...... boo.1 ono,
tamers sons, rl.
era will .1" ivi'll I
tint purl lime rl.
a mini Im
f  Manila
mil lira.
ii.'.aa.aa   |.
icilCOll BOIOSI
In.|i]enic»l
ise tnnkors a
look lm.. this. Sin
woll with .is. Slock cspc.
i.l srl.iinllr.
EAD - MARK ■ LEARN I
___-1-——-—
___»_aCASH OR TRADE
Will secure In ynu the very hest hfiigjiins lli'all lii.es uf
. . . GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . .
 AND—
r.E::rjEia-s.' <- suppx-ieis ^
i'S
AT THE QIIKKXWOOI) STORK, ROUKDAHY fltEKK, II. ('. ,[4
II. WOOD & OO.   iW
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at at at *..,. at at a,t Kit at at at ata^uatStSiiliSiSiAliSii's.Hs.Hs.
T,iT.iT,ii',iT,ii',iT.iT.i4"iiT,iT,i°y,tT,i4.4T,iT.iT,i4*,i4,1 4,14.14,1 4,1 ft 4.1...'
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ft
at
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ffrown for the Western socllon.  Sonil poslnl lo
Toronto, Out., tor piirtl'inliirs.
STO-K .Ni. \V. i.i.is.rrnN,
I'roiirletnrsof "Ki.tilhtll * iimorles.
f,amesl in the Iiuiiiiniini -Over 7(10 (teres,
Ilcn.lolffoo,Toronto. Onl.i branehos, L'hlciitfo
111., uml M011lrc.il, I'. Q.
N'
OTICE is horoby glvon tl.nl ll.lrl. tlnvs
flortlnto I, intonil to nuply to the Ulilcf
I loiniiilssiotior "f Iannis nml \\ .irks fnr n license
tiiiait. miiniifaotiiraanil carry away timber nn
the following itoseriboil laniis, stttiateil ottor
near Kettle river, Grand Prairie, Valo district,
Marcus and Cars,.11.    One of tbnse | as rupidly postud uu wbat.iHlii-liigdone
_triii'tiiti»B being in United Slates let*.
ritury, of course should l.e ailei.ded to
by Hint government, whilsl those in
British Columbia it would l.e well if
the advisability of building then, was
looked into nt once, as no impediment
shuuld lie plated in the way of travel
over any portion of Ihe province, nnd
really sooner or  laler they  must he
built, so  Ihnt  the  cheapest  possible
transportation   may l.e furnished filt
hy our provincial legislature as some
In other parts of the province, therefore it. musl not occasion surprise if
they seem to have been slow iu recognizing the necessity of laking son... action to Hcquninl the government of
their desires with respect to the Imposition nf the two per cent, lax upon
tlieoulpiitofinii.es. As soon ill they
were able tn grasp llie true situation of
affairs, the following petition was hur-
the export of ore from the Boundary i riedly golten up, which has received
camps-« matter that cannot he, tu the signatures of ninny of tin.' milling
long ns freight tenuis have to pay ferry (im,n 0f Midway and vicinity. Their
charges to cross over r'vrrs. The notion, although taken somewhat lute
p lints nt which the** bridge* nre in the day, will at least tend lo show
badly needed are near the .loliusmi I tiiey are In iiuily wilh their class in
ranch, Grand Prairie, and at Edward's j other districts, « ho are sn vigorously
furry, near lhe customs house, Grand protesting l.y petition, resolutions antl
Prairie, and close to the International deputations against the proposed ac*
line. A very generous assistance | tj,„, of the government of allowing
would l.e offered the government hy
settlers, miners and ..tilers iu llie
building of these bridges, if they
would only take the matter up, which
it is to lit hoped they may see lit to do.
MINING   NOTES.
Messrs. McNicol and Haas have a
force of men al. work driving a tunnel
on the Great llesper, Smith's camp.
The tunnel which will liejput iu quiteu
number of feel, will not only represent
assessment work but. will also, il is believed, put tlie property into suleahle
shape, as quite a good body of ore is
visible iu Ihe claim, and all lhat is
necessary is to prove ils deplli.
GREENWOOD CITY NOTES.
Without nny very liberal nol ice having heen given, a ininers' meeting was
held heie on Saturday, the object of
which was to discuss the advisability
of forming a branch uf the miners'
union, and affiliate with Ihe parent
organization, which has branches in
all the principal mining camps of the
—est. Quite a large number of millers
were present, some of whom took occasion to address lilt, meeting, whilsl
Cnmmonolns nt n past
mllo .vest nf Johnson's
rlvor. tlieiH'i' .vest, one-'
S11lltl11.ne-I.nlf tp inile. tin
thenco south one-half Din
Imlf ill mllo, thonco nor
Ihencoonst ono-hnlf tji .1
di mile, thonco wwl 0110ai
llionoo ono-hnlf 11 mttc
riitiliiiiiili|*aiiit. Iti
sot. about ono-hnlf 111
crossing i.e K.tile
inlf ip milia thenco
nro wost ono (II mile,
1II0, thonco west ...ic-
li ore-half ip mllo,
ile. Iliem-c nurlli one
ul ono-hnlf (111 miles,
bin the initial post,
iiilsiinil ||,ikhii acn
t'll.UJ.KS K. SIMPSON
liateil tb.. Iiiiii day ..I' February, MM,      li
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Orlifieiitc   nf Improvements. I
nro _•_(}_:.
Tin: AxAitcmsT Minimal Claim,
situate iit ('iiiiiii McKtnnoy, in tho Osoyoos
Mining Dlvlsliiii of Yalo District.
AKE NOTICE Hull I. Cl.as. l.'H. Qroolt,
nl for It. Q. HI'ley, free minor's cerllll*
__!__, Inlcn.l. slxlv ilnys from lbe.Inm
linn!', iii npplr i.iiiie <;. ,1,1 (lomnilssliii.orfi.rn
eerliflcale of linprnvemmils for the purpose of j
obtaining a Crown granl af tho abovo claim.
And 'furtlior lako nolieo thai advorso claims
mosl lm sent tn Iho Mining Itec.rdor. and
action commenced before Iho issuance of such j
roritllcnto of Improvements,
I mod this -.'niti .Iny nf January, IHE      21   j
Tl
PROSPECTORS
Get Your Supplies at
-_s^s-
->, McNICOL'S!f
MIDWAY,   B.
C.
tlie ohiioxious tax to hec-jine law;
Mid-Aiiy, .'ebriwpy 28,1896,] |
TO TIIK MEMMtRfl 0K THK I'ltnVINCI.U.l'AUUA-
MKXT  OK   TIIK  PjlOVlNOB  OK   UltlTISlI ('()-
IiUMQM:
Wo, tlie nndoPBlgnotl froo minora of Midway
ami vicinity, lenrn witli antonishmontnnd re*
gr-t tlmt a bill liwi boon or Is rtuoiil to lie Intro,
duood boforo your lionomblo Icglslutivu body
to linpofin a tax of two por oont, on tlio BroBs
output of niiiiO- in (IiIn provlnoo,
Wo tloairo to call your closest and most
oarnost nttontlon to tbo fact Hint BbouldthlB
bill bcoomo law- you hnvo in tiii*-. ono not por-
formed one of llio most moii-trou- outrngOB
poKelb eon tills district ln tho way of crippling
our industry that Is in iis infancy, and wbioh
hns taken tin years of bard and uiircinltting
work to build up lo it* proBOiit -lato, by driving
from ns at once any possible chfltico of dovplop-
ing our prospect- or getting people willi capital
to interest HieniaolvcB boro, a happy caluuiina-
tion that would coon be eimnHiiimnted. iik many
influential mining men and capitalists linvc
Hignilled their intention of commencing worK
thin spring who could not in justice to ilium-
Reives do ao if thoy received the properlles for
nothing, as the principal properties here arc
large bodies of low grade copper and gold ure
thnt requires concentration and the working of
which would require au Immense outlay of
capital, employ a large number of men. Would
upbuild towns and cities, bring railroads us
well hs thousands of energetic, induslriuuH
ininers to search for our latent resources, from
all of which sources taxes would be derived,
a tiling that would be utterly Impossible if tills
hill should become law, and this now promlHliiR
A Full Stock to Select from Including a Nice Line of
DOUBLE CINCH PACK SADDLES
GREENWOOD
CITY^
|s the Central Town nn.l Supply Poinl of Hit. Belinda I v
 k Miu
.'III In lhe
a tups
H.i
'I'.IUI
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps
Fnr Prie
lllllll l'*l.
of [ails i
'ly ..ml are .a (innil Investment.
ml Other  lulu
Ailili
ROBERT   WOOD,
iiuaniil Cily. Humid.iv I'i k. It. f.
Or Apply In Arch
C. I*. Costkrton, Vernon, li, C,
A,   I)    BUKNKTT,
Spokane, Wash.
Vancouver,
Agent for M. Ferry & Co's Garden & Flower Seeds
THE
t_~j_n#-A-A#l-%
Ha-Ho, to tie Booiiry Creek Mines!
 THK GRAND FORKS, MAHOUS AND MIDWAY	
SSJ-fcEi.jg'o   £L3txd   E-«cpress   Xiixxe
RiiiiH Botwoon MarousnndQrniid Porks dully, leaving Marcus and Brand Forks ut "a. m.
Leaves Grand Korku for Midway, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. m,
Leaves Midway for Grand Forks and MarouB.fl'ucsdays.'.Thuri'days and Saturdays,' a, m,
PIONEER-HOTEL
We have jil-l I
III Wl'll'OIIIt. -ll'Sls
leliiss Lively 8tfll.lt'
Gki'knwoou ( i tv. li'.iM.\i.\ Cm i:k,
In
'llllll
prm
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tlu K"
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lit lleeiillill
ecu...'.'.I I'
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I...I ('ate
li.   C
pri'l'lln
lit. I'll
GOOD   STAGES
BAT_l
BEASOJIAt 1.33
.»»—*,__—-ay
MANLEY k AVERILL, PHOI'HIl'TOHN (IHAMl FORKS
■8—BBE——— I     —»———        -   ii.,,.«——
II. ('
3EEt
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   -  -   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -_- -j ■ PROPRIETOR
THIS  HOTHJL  NIOI'IDS  MO* Sl'l-K'I At,   ItKCKI.M.M I'lXDATlON
WOOD. HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Includin-j'
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange, Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
latent-.'luaih  A,
iii.ii'.'.liili.'li nl   llu
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices,' -I   ____2K2£ta
S. A. SHATFORD
CLOSED DOWN. A tax .if 1 per cent, on tl. 't profits
  i ,.l lhe niines of lhe Kooleiiiiy will yield I
The Bulk'nuil Boston, the company I ihis year a handsome revenue, nn.l j __       ^^
ll.nl nn lime sinee was lieRulinlinK next year will inure Iluin donlile itseir. | '^B>_'__-^HH^-B!_'»,^ifc*»_i«_V*___i%Wk%,__C--l-i---
for tho purchase of the Cat-it...,, in j   " ft has heen suggested thnt ths net 303_»-y-  Goods   EIjZXCL  —VEi-LlXl161?y
C.-iiup .MrKinnoy, Inm temporarily sus-j profltaur. difficult to ol.liiin.   But llie
penuYii  operi.iii.ns.   In  referring toI_mp1t«r returns nre very easily ..I.- " E R N O Fs.
p. the inait.-r ilu* Western Mining taiued. mul s.. ar.- the iviiges nf lai...... The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
Wnrld says: The difference hel ween the two Is the 	
" It seems that llli im-piiK.it has, J w\ |)r„flt) „nd thero Is afler all no .Iif* ■ IN DRESS GOO   S XlSt. iSie!!."1""* mo"umt "'llh "" th° Lale*tTrlm'
for reasnns hest known tn ibemselves, Acuity to lie found here."                      Jim vim j IVIJUV' <v<> are sure wc em. ploiwe ynu. ns wo l.nvt* n flret clnmi milliner, nnd
ileeiile.l ti. temporarily cense work on I                          -*■■ -■                    I »ni.i.ii<i.i\i coimlrej'outlieintei.tli.tl.oRogooilBalix'Iccsiiovorbotorol.oiinlof
its .-.Iniiile irrniiiinf iiiniieriies uul it    ■'ll1' printing nf every description OUR   T?    FSSM AI\ RR tos bad largo exiwrionce at thu budn'mi, nml ..perfect
lib laiiiante group oi piupiuns..inn ii   _        .'m...   ,_  •,„ -*i-J I-.   n    r.oomnivurs. a(Ugiiiirnntoedprovl_liigyo_iiendtho-orreotmoi_iire
lias heen llu* eause ..I' a great drop in
il..neat Tiik Advance office,
Romember ivo carry
ni-ilei-s ti. us.  Send
Compiled iii Alphabetical Form
And Intended us u Ready
KefereilCO for the Busy Ones
lhe shares nf the r..iu|-uiiv from $11 to -     -- —
*'><»« «»• " i •*« •"•« "»«■, DIRECTORY OF ADVERTISERS.
mate Ihal  llle mines are not. among
the lies! iu lhe city, anil we can safely j
say lo ihe terrified shareholders lh.it |
the e..use of the shut-.l.iwn i« for other
reasons,  There is certainly an African
in llie feu.:.-, .-n.il an.l il is mil- advice
In ihose win, mu afford, lo invest in
lbe stock ai ilu* presenl (igurciiiidlinld
i,ii Iiuu few iininl h-. ns I hey me sure' ARMSTRONG.
In in ike a furl.ine.   There is III. i|iies* j ||, Koyoa imi-roiig Hotel Wl'
lion l.itl had the former innililgeuieiil N. Molsrad .. ..Knsh nnil Door 1'iinUir'
imt I.. hainpureii hy a certain clique  -Vood, t'ar|-illt_-u...    ..Oonoral MoroliuntH
u( shareh.iiiiers, and heen allowed n.l BENVOULIN.
Iiu ve p.uvli tsed I he Pacific uinl linrns j J). Nluliolmin lionvoullii Hotel    	
mines at an   extremely  low   price, a j BOUNDARY   FALLS,
year or two ago, as ii dosired, two of L |(nnl,. liouiulnry K-lli
the mosl  vuliiahle producers in lhe Coryell,J, A , r
district would have lieen added to lhe| Jnkos, It. V! Physician and Surgeon
alre.iilvusselsi.rihei ipniiy,   In our KorrUm """'"''
.   . '    ,       ,        , ni,      ...       I Mrllnwell iiiiiI Nelsiin  lule id's   HnDCrC   I-,-, „!-,l taw
.tpiuiull tin- rl.-sr-amvu will he of sliui'l | u,l)(1(;„i((, A ,;„,„,,,, Mm;,mn, | H
iltii.iiion and llu' shares of tin* cum
v ovorythingtbal a lady requires, and can save yon money If yon send your
slid one to-day and ho convinced. TBItMS Cash With ORDER,
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS OF
DOORS  SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kepi in Stock,
STOVES! STOVES!
CHATHAM WAGONS Al TRUCKS
foi Prices to
N.
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves', Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Inm pipe and fittings,'pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shut guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, wash-
hoards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery  ware, lamp
I       roods, glassware,     All  the above roods will be sold
McLEOD,
Armstrong, b. c. CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
p.iiiy will nn doiilri K(> '° **-" hcfoit
iheclHlul' ISJIi,
♦
JUMBO AND GOLD KING.
•jsiVERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES!*
P*K.'
Single drivers
The large disclosure nt lhe Jliniho is j
nnl, strictly speaking, a new Hull, us a
shaft ivns sunk lasl year through Ihe
iiniiieuse surface showings tn the
deplli uf IS feet, in ore. The liuinel
lhat has heen run in strikes the vein
a few feel lelnw lhe l.otfoin uf the
shaft. The ore body in llie ,lliiuhu nud
the iidjniniiigi'liiiiu llie Gold Kit.''is
iiilllieuse, The Jliuiho lielongH l..| Wood R.-Co....
Finch nnd (i.ilushn, aud the Gold King | Qrconwood Toivnsito
Is the property  nf our ex-po.-lumsler GRAND   FORKS
David Sl ussi, who is now receiving t lie | J!iil(.r M ,;i.u,,. ,,iV(,, s|ni, u
Kxitr
,. ,     „ week  or  mor.ll
CARSON. Box sta|ls u dt
Can.oiiToivtu.llc tl, B.Stuart, Agent |    etrerl
I McLaren Bros   .rand Prairie Hotel ' i
[Wunl,.! Ili-ii-k nnil l.hne I " ' |
HORSES broken  to I
harness, and hor- Ij
ses and cattle sold 1 I
on commission.     1 *■■
Dnlryiii|ilo, W Cloiicrnl lllncksinltli W     ,
Slrarson,-.'. Onlilou Gate Hotel -             .
Slialford&Co acncralJIcrclinnls UtALitn 111 nay ancl
Sproulo, U, H Hcnoral Blacksmith grain ;  wholesale
.nooltaii,QcorgoJ Fiiirvlew Hotel and retail.
GREENWOOD
lontl Merchants
t. Wood, Agent I ALL KINDS of heavy
CAMP  M'KINNEY
 Ocnci
FAIRVIEW.
.^««V,>'-»■*«K«at'^.,,•t'..>i^t■^;^l^*.'•
G
,    q    Double drivers
I     D   Saddle horses
IMS1
•V-3CSSIIT1S2N'.  B. ti.
X-ffiolielles  Sa  ZK-exxoT-f, X_-td.
Victox-lH,   _B.   C.
^X^JxI^ftt-'t'^LA'/i*.,
GEflTLL	
D      Double drivers
I
E
Single drivers
teaming' attended
5   Saddle Horses
I'tingrattilatlons uf his friends,—Iloss-
land Prospector,
♦
BIGGEST MINE IN THE WORLD.
mul Stage Una',
.....sii.viuiii i CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
The Miner claims that lhe Le lini is
»h. hlggesl  gold  mine In the world,                   LADNERS
nn.l adds: ! Hut-lierson, K Mainland Nursery Co
"Ii is Irun fhe d. ie peal wnrklngst.fi LUMBY
lhe inine are nnly  III", feel  Mmvlhc
.Manley nnil Avorl I
Simpson, C, K	
KELOWNA
r.i'.piimi' & hloyd'Joiica Imploiiieiil .Agent .s
iioijuitno HroB. k Co Goncrnl Morclmii-B
■■' "-1 ok b°"s mmMw nmm f Hii^iiiiisuf-ii
ri-
Mnmnil, I.
Coryell,, I, A	
Hue''!.. Hurry A...
Huns. .1. A	
iiuternp, hul ihese siitiie winkings contain lhe hest part nf the mine, lhe
hlggest ore lnnly nml the highest grade
nre.   Several cresscuts ..n the 1-0 ..nil! H«l», Kilwaril A ...
I.VI fiinl levels sh.iw   Il.e vein In heStlJ Ingrlin,M	
-   .    . i        ... ....      ,. .! Koi*1- llr.ii. -
feel .vulu llllll  Illl   lire,     lie I   11111.1 d , ,       ,,     ,.„„.,
J,'.(|iiiiiu.. .V Powers.
drills have lieen driven into the hung- j MoNIool J	
iug wall nn these levels with n uniform j MoAulay& Lutuly.
result.   Afler Iravei-sing frum 211 t-i 281 MoDulR D..
Ram's Horn Hotol #j
MIDWAY
Kit
i'S
M-
-tl*
*1?
 Civil Knglnoor' fflEjuj,,.. m 0,t wt
 1«|.™' *!W5|*s|?-iji-fElli'
 Mining Knglnoor tij't1
 Stationer, Etc Kf
Feeil nn.l I.lvoiy Stal.lo &{
 Iliili-li.ra U|
 •*«»«' |
Ocneral Morchanl •'-
AffBIGULTUHAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AOENTS H'OIt
Brantford 1 Binders § and ® Mowers
TIIK HEST IN THE JIAKKIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plougho, Harrows &c, be.
WAREHOUSE AT VRBPliN.
C. F. Costerton, -A-g-exxt,.
ID WAY
iHVXa&   X'aa-taiire
Norrli
Rood,
W. II.
..Agent .1
Wnleliuui
feel nf country rock, an..1 her parallel
vein '!il feel  has invi.ri.ilily heen lill, I v ..
snd the....re shows this 22 feet, of ore                   PEN I IC I ON m
.   .     ,.        i ■,•.   ,        ,        ,     ,1     ! Hnroule, A. II Express and slaga line [Ufa
In lie ul eniinl I   nnl greater vtllile Iluin l,„          ',                          '     ,,   ..,,„,, sfa
1                                                          uu-lier, .1 renlicli.il lintel . *>'
ihal which is heing taken oul uf the walker,II
wnrkiiigs. Besides Ihis the diamond,
drill has proved Ihal llie pay chute extends fur In lhe i usl and west ofllie
presenl drifts anil possihly continues
right into Ihe Josie und Oni cr Slur
Maims."
"'""'hS'!;;!;,: 1 Railway, Mining and Agricultural j
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
TAX ON MINES.
Pcnllclati Livery and Hulu Slnblo
ROCK CREEK ■
I'iltrliilrlfc'li, II ltock Creek Holol
SPOKANE
Uono-vayii k, McAvinoy Nursery f|
HpokfUio i'ulls mid Noi'tlicrn Railway ■,
VERNON
Arnislrong, W. .1  .. .Hardware Morcliant [
I HilliiiKs. l-'reil Barrister j
('1111111l11.il liros I'ulliilure ■ iii ..„„ — . *.
._«,_; |  w. H. NORRIS
dor m
 Cow i-actor and lluildi
. ..Comiuissioti and liisiimticc fib
 Civil EiiiglnoOG-j
..('iiiiiinissii n and [m-iirniico
Lois on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOB PARTICULARS APPLY TO
R.C. ADAMS,  g
11
Pentieton Livery, Feed ani Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
Montreal, P. Q.
 Soda Wnlnr Works
..Oencrnl Merelinnti.
Ilry tiiinils nml Millinery
 Vernnii Pa.vinlll
.('I Isl mul Druggist
....PliyslelnnniidSiirgenn'
 Pliulograiilior
the Slncnii,    'Flu
realizeil us $7,10).   ll iviiulil he llllllli-1 'vJJ'l!r'/'' •■•■■•■ ■•■
... , ,1 Mui-nliv nml t.iiilk
ieslly  ttlijll.il   In  levy ii tax on that j jftclii sandltcim
$7,(01 wnrlh nf 'U'e,   That Would   heioN'ralniiil lluivnie
i.u'.ely piling iiii the agony. Again we .Sliatlonlnml Co
.pent $11 IK) on lh.* Reed and Riihhi* f Hlmtfonl. s. A
, ,, i i   f     m,. ,uu,     ,   . Slnilli mul C'lurlll.
a.in am the ere we suid fur $,,,1X111.     u : „.   .    ,. ..
. I Inyliir. II. .N   	
sneh rases   llu-  mine  operator nis'dsl Williams Oorald..
syuipatliy ami tint punishment,  The \Vorgnn, A. I)..
wage eiiruer has In mid; duly has MISCELLANEOUS
heen levied un niili'tig supplies and Ihe  Canadian Hand Drill Co Slicrlirookc, Qui
enlcrprising inine  nw •  is  lhe stile  Edwards.Qoo..Half Wny House, Kottlo Illver
I ■,  Surely his hisses should not he Marlin flro Anus c„ _owltavon,l.on tjo
Morrison, E, I) Manilla anil Mid war stago
nieri'llsi'd. ; __„_.___-_._____««■__
"Tnxiii imi nf infant mines would he
most Impolitic, it would he a preiliiliiu
In the p'*it.pjei'U>r to stay developinenl
exeepl the tlieru perfiiuclory assess*
inenl work which lhe liiw deiuniitts.
There are lltuiisantls uf prospt'cts iu
the I'.iuii'uiiy which need s lli-i* and
uiilling (cits lu shuw Iheir .nine, unit
the nwiieis sliuiilil  lie eiieiiilrugail anil
II
I
KW
imm
Mr. John A, Fillcli, a gentleman whn! Coolirano, W. M
needs uu iiitmduiiinu In Ihe nilnillgj Crowoll.T. E...
, i     ■       .- ■ >,| , ,   ,      .  . I t'liHtl'l'tllll. C. V '  "a L *11 .,..•: ,:.        ■■ i  . •   i i .     , ■
word,   n discussing win (Joins    .     „    , ,,. .,,.   . Iff MuKviv   H (
0    ,   , ,. -oryall.JA    Civil Engineer. :*l niiiiu.ii,  _.._-,
repieselitnlivu I ie prnliiihility ol I hi1 t'luriarloii ll. K
guvcr eul linposlng a twopi'i'ceul,  DoualdBot.,,1. S I'lieniistand Uniggisl' ||3       I   ]
lax upnu the gross output of I he mines,  Gardner, W Livery food and Salo Stable M*** •.!"
luui in purl lhe following Insav wilh I Hulel.liis..ii nn.l Huvldsuu KI ' uml Food ;|v Jtj
, '   , ° Jacques, I'M! WatcUraakor nnd Jowolor in       ...       |b
resp.-e   n hesaine: ,.        '   .    ,, -,„., -„,,     I SI       at       fl*
1 . Ivcrliy. I'lirlieaM (ml Engineer ft.       "}•,;        ,,.,.
".Mviissneiiiles anil I spent$21,0001 -r^vdmur.V.H Civil Eiiginoorand Assnyor p il
developing lhe  Wiiiiilerful group in Marlin liros HordmiroMorcliiiiils la
we t.H.k oul   Meakin,W..I KiiletnalkaHotel W,,  .
Vornon Privalo College ,  .-
  Virliiriii II 1
 Agricultural Imp.
HA
4.1
V.
; FLOUfi : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock,
Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue ancl Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
f
' E
'_fs > " p ". n v a    tli ■■ TUT
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MI   WAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.  Good Starting,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tie Kettle liver Stage Line
iiifiiTimts mif.v iho HiMi. «?s.HlT_
Botween GRANni FORKS anil PENTiCTTN
:       Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Stria li  '. 'st-Cli < i and Charges Moderate.
■■■   ,    andsLiqtt    and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling', j
1..-1". a I'li:. lonorj n aaa.,.: ,.,( I., a. in., arriving at Grand Foks
on Frid ys, it :: p. m.
La "/..■.■ Gaainl Forks on Tuesdays .-.t 6 a.»., arriving ai. Penticton
..... v,. dnesdays it 6 p, ra.
I FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
\l. MILLKR
I 'rup
MH___W1_— M«»rt*«.m»AVJ«-rr- ,--.
TAX NOTICE.'
lii'Vi'iinc  TlIX,   1,'oeli  (ri'i'k
mu delerred  froui shipping their ore  Assessment Act lllld I'roi incinl
ami lilxllug ils vol.in,
"The only wise nnil jusl course I
»ihi|it iriis|n.'liil|jixiiuiniiilugi8iieci.s-j      Division of V.-ile District.
Airy for the support "I ttieguverit.
nii'l.l, l»a l»_ un the n,*l  profit*nfnj »tdticK Uliw
jni.1.icing mine,   Slur.'.ner. Ihnt tux   INnrovii
. .■- ; -\i.   2;L    S3EBK.01TIi_3,
UL/\C.".£iiliTK   ANO  WHEELWRIGHT.
KOf'.i-SM-EliYR   AND  GEN-KAS.  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Grand
i ci.
.ne
('.r.nid Forks, I.'. <-.
Hn
CAnso.v, iii;rii,i.: mviai, it. c.
ii,ani
.y given Hull iwso.wod an.l
IIH'' IIU".- fill1 ISflJare lla.v
might tint In. lit* excessive, fur tin inilu-.
Iry sin iold he lasci) excessively. Tun
jier eenl, h really uu excessive Ins. fnr
si I iial iiiiii ing industry ntiilpiiterpilse
aiuiliMii l.ixpit.uul ..full pi npni'1 inn to
wilier >iiii.-iiits uiui etiierpiise.   Last
year the nail iHslriel  ilrilmleil r.ier
Kl.llll'l friau llie milling recorder's;
-fflW'lo' the pruviiui.il gnverntni'lil;
iin iidifitimi all linprovt'd propel ty con-
Iriliitted it due proportion. A lux uf 2
fee cent..if llie nre piotfttct ivntild
»iivea..ldi*it $20,000 more, Tin's year a
J'p.'r cent, lux wiHl'lf wflf $R_fl_.iiiiii<?l i
Thut wnnlil iimlie the lliis-dueil ininliig'
■lisiriel alone coulallaile If) per i erf. ut".
lhe revenue uf lhe pnu intv, »Idle Its
*T|..(i'a!,;iiiin is uol more thaiit percent, I   om;-.ji..*. ii. i*. lWuiamia.-. iswi.
iluc illal inyalil" iit in;,-niil.... Osuyoos,al llio
InllnwItiK ruli..:
If piild .... or liof ire HOlli .Inn":
OnO'half of ono an- .■ n . on ri ! prnpoiiy.
T.i-.i par cotit. on ..'IH land,
On -ilnnl nt one p...* oont, mi personal
import)*.
(SR.-lniif af i.n:' isa iit. nn Inootno.
rfpill iiii nr nflor Isl July;
Tivn-ltill'ils of una por eenl an real in'oporty.
Two and nn.' half por imnt. mi ..ilil iiin.1.
Oll'.-Il'.llf   uf una    Por  ''.nil.   nil   pei'SO-lt
proporty.
throO'foiirtlis uf uae pur .- .a. on imnma
Proi lacl_! revriir.o iiiar. a...an jut capita,
CA.ll. -ilMIH.Y,
.tssi'ssn- uml Cnlli'i'liir
ftoi'k Ctett l.lvii-iiin of Yule Pisliiil,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G. O. SHURSON, Crop.
FAIKVIKW, H. i'.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
i.;sTAnr,tsrn<;D ihh:i.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".nrmijTOE p*aum,"
-   LADNERS,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Situate in tlio Immediate Vicinity of tlie Boundary Creek Minos.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.     ....     proprietors.
A. J,
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from I'ests,
FRUIT  AM) ORNAMI2XTAL TRHES,  PLANTS AND V1XKS.
Send for Free Cat.alpgue,       F. HuTCHliRSON, Manager.
ta-OXNG-  SOUTH
will leave Penticton 7 a. 111. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 |>. m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
etoiiro itobth
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. .71., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at n a. m., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. Y. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.

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