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 THE
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Vol. Ill, No. 13.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY  29,   1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
ts.
Dealers  : Is*.
BOOTS,   9  SHOES,   %   CLOTHING,
HARDWARE, ETC, ETC.
We have just received1 a carload; and
wc lire selling the snme tit surprising-
GROCERIES:    ly low prices.  $      $      $
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced thnt you can save money by
dealing with us.
y. T. Shatford & Co.,   Fairview, - Camp McKinney, ■ Vernon.
P^  MACD0NAL0,
BARRISTER,
Officii, Barnard Avbnue.
  VEItNON, II. ('.
pitl'll). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Elc.
Okkick : Martin's ftlnck.
Vernon, B.C.
poiIBKS M. KERBY,P,L.S„
A.M.U8.0.E,,,
ENGINEEB  AND  SURVEYOR.
VERNON, ll.C.
J.McnICOL!
(KH.li FORJfATION IX sotTHF.lix
BRITISH (01.1-jiiiia.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. *
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and O'-.tflts for Hunting Parties.
Good Boating and Fishing.  Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
3K.TS X. O -VST Iff A.
Dry Goods, Graeorlas* Ready-Mad.) Clothing, Hardware, Ic, Etc,
Odors from the Lower 0kanag.i:i wilt receive prompt attention-,
PiticKi Reasonable.
j_— „ : r— : :
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH 4 MIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc
T  fi. CROWELL,
THOMSON ST.. V.aiNllN',
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
_   Otllce and Store Fliitlnssn Specialty.
P  II. LATIMER,
VKHNON, II. (I,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
IiflxLCl   Surveyor.
 Mow. Amor.8oo.Irrlg. IHngs.	
JOHN A, COIIYELLrjUILTBrc. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to ord&r.
Coast  cedar worked into  furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRIT* FOR PRICES AND, DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment..
Sash and Door Factory en C. P. R., Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on ham! at Reasonable Prices.
LEQUIME   A   POWERS, Proprietors.
p. C. CARGILL/CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Bpots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured*
HAMS   A N D   BACONS,
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE,
x% a  q^RCtxx^E. * co.,      ^     r,      ^jMvisiwwoKrc*.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nnd Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Cainpn of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and, VERNON.
,1. ('. IIA AW, IS. S., J'',. .M.,
MINING  ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for- Assay From it Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention.
Analytical   Oliemlst   and   Assuyer.
OKI.). A. G-UffiSS, M. A.,
Honor Graduate In Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston.
Alt Kinds nf Assays nml Analyses Carefully
ami Aoouttitoly I'lirfiiriiiriL
Cure of Strathyre Mining Co.,
Fairview, II, 0.
TiatMs -Giilii, Silvc or Load, coeli 31.50; Qolil
anil si'ver, ii; Nickel, ?.i; Coppor, S2;
Copper, iii.lii iiiul Stlvor, fi. oilier prices
on application.
C. F. COSTERTON
VEItNON', H.C.
—Jb.ggoxi.-b  JPoa*—
Tho Anglo-Columbinn Co., L'td.,  Wliolsalc
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nicholles & fionouf, Agricultural Machinery.
—-A-g-o^Lti  Por—
The OkaD agan-Spallunicboen Dists.
Hi   Hi   Hi.
4,1,       4,1        4,1
A Full Stock or .
PLOWS
HARROWS
RAKES
At Lowest Cash Prices
Si   Hi   Hi
4,1        4,1        4,4
FOlt
The Royal Insurance,
The London & Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
R. N. TAYLOR,
Dispensing ar\d,
Family, Chemist
VKIINON, H.C.
A Large Stock nf
QUASSIA CHIPS
AND
WHALE OIL SOAP
on Hand.
R. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
SOLE  AGENT   FOR
Chas. Cluthe's Columbia Wire Truss,
The Llghest and Most Perfect Truss in
tlie .Market.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C, M.  MELVILLE
MIDWAY, B. C.
Contractor and Builder.
EDWARD /\. HAIN,
n   DEALER IN  ii
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-     Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions ancl Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B.C.
I'VII. ..lAI'lil'KS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VI'IHNON, 11.(1
MARTIN    BROS.
I.KMMNtl IIOrSR POR
Hardware,, Stove, Tia-
. ware, Paints, Oils
FOR
:     A     :
SHORT
:WHILE ONLY:
COFFEE
(Per Package)
25 CITS 25
I
ll.v Oliirouee King, the Noted Geologist,
(Onntitl nod.)
Over Ibe British liordcr und Into litis
gvlui, difficult region, Americnn pros-
|ieelurs have pnui'eil during the shorl
working seusonnf lliu It sl four or live
years willi all their cluirneterlstleenergy, In canoes lhey have threaded
every lake ami river. \\ ilh axes lhey
have ha wed their way through tall,
coniferous foresls, wliieli grow illlliosl
ns dense as a eiiiie-l'i-euk. Nol It snow
ridge is sn lofty or Inaccessible Imt
those hardy follows have mnilo their
hlvoimi's liy tho side of Ilia glaciers nnd
prospected literally nluivo the elottds,
Although Ihis is llriiish territory, ii
iscill'loiis In mile Ihal nearly all the
exploration nnd discovery is helng
done hy Americnn prospeelors, nnd
ahinii nil tho development hy American miners, The Coinuiblan profits in
viiriinis ways, hul he stntids dazed he*
fore lhe audacity nml kllnwledgu of
Ihe mining lulvenliircr.a from the
slates.
One who has followed Ihu older districts for years constantly comes
across familiar faces in Columbia, call-
ins and hy the side nf mountain, camp*
tires. The same eager, Imaginative,
dauntless follow you snw silver hunting llfiiw veins ago among lhe palms
nf the Mexican Sierras meets you now
toiling along on stiowshoes over the
Icy ridges of the north, keen for gold,
A PH08PEOTINO R12C0NNAISANCE.
Thus far only a general prospecting
rccuiiiiaissnnce in force lias been ac
cnmplishcd for the whole region south
of lhe Canadian Pacilic railway, r
sulling In tho discovery of many vain*
ahle and some hriiliunt mines. Hut it
Is alVondy certiiiii that the whole Held
(lescril'i'il is one broad mineralized
area. The chief points of demonstrated value nre the district of Slocan, in
Ilia Ensl Kootenai division—where excellent silver-lead mines are lieing exploited, and where the two inelnls occur ill unusually high percentages in
the veins, witli every evidence of
sluing extension and permanency—and
Trail Creek, in West Kootenai, six
miles west of I ho Columbia elver, and
about ten north ofi the houudnry. At
Imlli these points towns ace rapidly
ihuiiiliiig and large pi'i-maiient. works
ofdcYelo|*muutinre-,begun, li is ih,.
mines of Trail ('reek, near the town of
'Ilnssland, which fin the moment are
attracting lhe widest public inleresi
from the fact Ihal their veins carry an
extremely rich and unique type of gold
ore.
Another valuable gold, silver nnd
copper district is Boundary Creek, SO
miles west of Bosslatid, just within
British territory, Still another camp
is now the object of a " rush," Slate
Creek. This new gold centre, is in the
Blnle of Washington, high in the Cascade range, and hul. II few miles south
of the boundary.
All these are strung nlong iu a single
hell of precious metal deposit, which
extends from Albert a to the Pacific,
They nre I he first fruits of the new
campaign. Enough is already known
to warrant lhe conclusion ibal llie
whole of Ilie province ia more or loss
mineralized,
As mentioned, lite Sincnn ores carry
higher poreentilges of load and silver
I linn Ihose of any districl ill file Ulliled
Slnles, nnd nre thus nhle, in spile of
llieir rcinolencss In compote in tho
smelling market of this country, paying the federal Import duty unit going
as far as Kansas (Illy, Moreover,
llieir iihiiiiihince is ot greal importance
iii view of ilie rapid exhaustion of rich
silver-lend deposits in lbe slnles. Al
llle depressed value of silver ami panic
price of lend. Slocnu is slip nhle lu produce the Iwo inclals ul a pri'ljl.
P.  B.  NEIi-SU-N, MGR.
J. Kerr. Ft. D. Kehr.
TIIE THAU, (1KKKK .MINKS.
The Trail Clack gnld mines wore discovered four years ago, hul their regie
developinenl   dales   from    I811S.
'I'm/t,,,'»*-, tv,    Iia       Their mliierulogieii] character Is  sn
peculiar Ibal a lew points of technical
' ! inleresi mny be mentioned,   From the
Columbia river westward  extends a
chain of ancient outbursts of a dnik*
green, heavy  and  exceedingly  limn.
,.,.  , blciidic diorilc, an irruplive rock iil'lcn
Is. Elvlv  I !l'\< >W., •     ,i , ■ i     i.i
v       x,, ,  ,-     ^ lu other countries nssucliited wiih or
' ''   '     I I !'• \^,     ciii'i'onees   of   the  prccipus   metals.
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS I'll"'--""' nln mnssos of dlorile an
riven in sevcrnl dit-eel ions, hut mainly
Mrnl delivered nl Hock C'ronll nml nil Inc: on wesl ami ensl lines, by a numerous
I Mining('iiiiiik j series of lissurc veins lilled wilh a mas-
.1    IX'   lk''Kll) sll'n mixture, of Iron  and   cupper  sul
I pliiib; cnrrylpg frum une In   throe
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER ounces of gold io thu ion, fr Bio lo
per cent, of copper, nnd u small vary
Vernon, S3. O.
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing' a Specially.
All Weill Vt'lli-rulltcll,      lllUIlll
a. Mcnin-r.
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, ll.C
iugnii'ppnt of silver, usually leas limn
II) ounces,   Tl ro consists of pyrllo,
eluileupyriteiiinl pyriholile, mil iiflen
ai vsioliz'-il. but usual I y in a solid, am
irphuii- ninss. As developed, llu- vein.
show greal vohuiio, llu- suliii ore free
from gatigueaiid rungiiig from ii lo I-
feet thick. When ii Isndded Ihnt lhe
ureehluinoys, Ihuugli uol   very lung,
elements of a new and extremely ilch.
lypn of gold foriiiatlon. Such ores am
obviously oul .of lbe range of ainnlga.
illation processes, bnlni ntiroly suited in malting nml smelting, The few
| hundred Inns which have thus farbeeti
exlriictcd, largely in lhe coiir f de.
vclopineul, ban. been smelted nl Hull,
anil Helena, ivhllher lhey go by lbe
Spokane Falls .v- Northern and Northern Pacific i ".-ids. Tli,. smelting re,
-nils show a remarkable uniform
yield, which is found lo average alioul
sis in gold ami II per colli,   nf  cupper.
Nowhere else in  A rlcn nre tilers
largo strong veins of this chemical nature, Such ores were heretofore a
iiiiiierologlcal curiosity,
Several admirable mines nl Trail
have passed ihe experimental Blago,
und nre now realizing au linporlnnl
production,
LAWS ANO  IIKlll.-I.ATIO.NS,
Slocan and Trail have given such an
Impetus thul ibis year's prospectors
are extremely active, and already tales
of now discovery are coming in fnnn
the front, and by autumn lbe known
Held v, ill he certainly much extended,
The milling laws nml regulation! in-
sihaled hy lhe provincial government
are excellent in their liberality uu.d,
wise provision, Al first they followed!
our pernicious example and granted
with each.locution extra-lateral rights
lo follow a vein on its dip under lhe
surface of another proprietor, bul they
si saw thnl  it.  would   be  wiser  to.
make mining laws for sound title than
for thu benefit of milling lawyers, and
lhey repealed Iho act nml substituted
" sipiare local ions," the only snfe basis
uf ownership. Tho new towns are ex-
ceplinnally orderly and decent. A.H
minors are licensed from year to your
nt a fee uf $5, the license being revok-
nble for lll-behnviuilr, lu consequence,
ilia same.swaggering bullies who terrorized with Impunity in ibe disastrous Strikes of our Cc •  D'Alene  are
here under eonlroi, going about llieir
legitimate business us meek as sheep.
All ofiioi il called Iho gold evininissiou-
cr has general oversight of the admifu-
islriiiioual phase of th ining industry, using his large powers to the great
satisfaction uf ibe mine proprietors,
British Columbia is n rich nnd per-,
llliilieut mining Held wliieli will always
hu chiefly operated by our country-
men.  The  physical   conditions   aro
novel and in s e respects Irving, but
not enough so to discourage or delay
our race ot miners, wlm nre at home
anywhere, frum lbe Yukon In Centra),
America, They wil! teach the Columbian tn mine, and frum him they wjll,
learn the value in milling nlfuirs nf n,
govern nl that permits no  miners'
unions to trample on business or per*,
annul riglils.
 ,4,	
c. P. ii.i-(iititossr,i.\ii,
Tba Canadian Pacilic officials who
were recently nl llosaland made a
thorough Inspection of [ho Camp, and
expressed themselves as being very
pleased with llie outlook, Before,
leaving lhey established a ticket office,,
where lhrough tickets can now he obtained for Montreal or New York,
The corps of fourteen engineers will
go into the field nl once, il heiuggener*
ally understood ib ■>■ will run n line in
connoot nt Hubs.in wjib (he branch nl
Nelson, Prom Nelson-1 hey will eon-
lii ip lo I'l'velsluke, making another junction at Nakusp wilh llie,
road iulu ib" Slocan rnunlry. Iluvliig.
a proudiionl Kansas City smell ing.
man wilh llieni, hns given rise to, Hn,
report that nsnielter Is to he buill ul
Itolisoii. This oortnillly would he n.
desirable point,rqs ibey eouldi llnai,
have Iho ores delivered by inil from,
here, froin lbe Silver King and other,
mines near Nelson, and frum ilie Slocan niiningcounlry via Nnkusp, Al
nny rule Ibey publicly snid IlioCaundl*
an Pacilic railway would soon he Into,
liiisslmid,
Thul being lhe case lhei;o aliniiltT he
im earthly roiujiin in proyi nl ibcm,
carrying llle roud a Utile furlher, .um
hy passing wast to Boundiiry Creek,
lap ibe rii best mineral country in the,
si.albern inlerior, nnd then by con .
Ihiuing mi to the Osoyoos valley, imiki.
conueel ion with their senile, liy ex-,
tending the S, k 0, railway lu Osoyoos, thereby eoinplel Ing the circle,
nud at the same time forging n link in,
lhe railway chain Ihal shall 010 long
roach In nn the Norlli West, via Crow's
N'esl pass, to llieir line uiaic I lm coast,,
nml l.y so doing defy ibe mighty avalanches iu liic mountains, mid also for*
elgn compel il inn, which will certainly
be iill'orel! by oilier lililwnvs soon tu be
4.4     -■■
Nil I'nss.
,„ ,.. ,,„-,,. i ,   ,i   v u  I lire very fremielil ami near tugel her, L'inr wit honl   being
All Kiinl- nf W.ii'l.  |..:a....ill ail In Ilm NUN   '."     '   '■' .     ,   ,,   ,   . ,i
■uUpniifCintomem. It will be realized  Ilinl   here  mi-  ibc|,.iiic.
Tbe parly Unit was soul oul t'ouie
lime ago ti^tiiake a survey of lands
along I br proposed mule ut the llriiish
Paeille rniiwey, l]|is returned in Victoria withinil having nccoipplislied lls
objoel, ll i- generally conceded bv
 Illbers nl lb'' jinil>' ibal on pn-s exists, gii ina .- ss   in   lhe   ('hilculin
colli t.i-:v„   I'f'iin   Predoriekft   Ann.   ni-
lIn , Irilvelled HTiuille, into Ilm i i
In    ill .,-..*. .■■ I'ltiieimaroH.s.
nl Mldivny, ll. ('.
92.00 ina- iiiiiiiiiii. payable
lirlj- nr ll.ilf-.V|.;irl.V ill  llie
,\-llllltlS& I.AMII..
l'nbli.sliud   weekly
Subserlplion Price
ai inhume, oltlicr J
I pi inn of the subsoil
Advertising Rates .-mil mi application.
Tlniti|rli tlie columns uf Tm: Auvaxok nre
always ii]H'ii fur lhe discussion nl mailers uf
nubia! iuri'iTsi nu,I mii'iti'tnin'i. ive ilu iiui nee*
l-essarily elnlnra.. any ut' tin- ii|i[iiiiins cuii-t-ssril.
• lorralpoii'loiico of a porsona] imture will nol in
(illliiislli'll. "''
MONDAY, JULY 20,1885,
110ADS URGENTLY NEEDED.
Our utleiilioii is eonslaiilly being
drawn to the pressing need of the establishment of a bullet* means of coin-
miinicalion lietwcen our several mining camps, as also with lhe different
points from whence supplies are
drawn, tli.ni ill presenl exists.
A letl ur over the sigunt ure of .1. P.
Harlan, which appealed in our Inst
week's issue, slnles lhe case vol')'
.leiirly, when il says Mini Ilm miners
nre Hindidissatisfied with lhe manner
in which Ilm urgent need of roads lllld
trails hci ween Hie established camps
)ll thisdislriot, Is disregarded hy lhe
Illll llol-il ics.
Ill discussing this ipieslion, we have
jirst lo poiul out ihal up I o Jhe presenl
not tie accomplished.
Tlie greal increase in llie producl ion
of gold, due to lhe discoveries iu South
Africa, promises, as nothing else
could, to bring International bi-inetal-
isin within the sphere of practical poll:
tics. If Hie ratio between lhe two
melals can he brought by natural
means, and Ihis now seems hossible, lo
I sdinetlilng like lhe old proportion of Ki
to 1, the parity can I hen lie maintained by international agreement without much difficulty,  Such a cunsuin-
■ nialion is devoutly to be wished.
 i. • *, '.— ''
CORRESPONDENCE,
1 . L^\^LjL\J 1 ,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Kepjis the Largest and Ilfjst Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
any place south of Vernon, and sells on lenns to suit, the times
Cheapest Place lo buy for Cash in tlie okiinagap Country.
DKJUiWJApLY   fAJULS
R.
w.
JAKES, M.I)., CM.
IIV APPOINTMENT
MSIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVES
DISTRICT.''
1FFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL
Boundary Falls, B. C.
,i"
, Hie Government's nsslslance has
,.nly been asked in u ilesiillory way, no
concerleil appeal has boon made, currying with il llie wcighl necessary lo
{nsure attention from Ihose holding
[lie sl rings of lhe public purse,
It i.s only fair, therefore, to say Ibal
the (Joveriinieiil are nut iillogelher lo
blame for Ihe existing stale of affairs,
except that having the inleresi of the
public in llieir keeping, ii is plainly
Ihelr diityin ant Iclpak'the needs of a
rapidly developing district, rather
(ban wait lo he continuously iuipor-
|lined lb aid ils progress!'
However the ipii'sl.loii is nol of what
juis nol been done, hut wilier of whal
is to lie done lo furl her Ihe development of n mining division, now reeog-
lised as being, aud rigid Iv so, I he most
promising In the province of British
Columbia,
The transfer nf properly is becoming
of more frequent occurence, Capitalist* are gradually acquiring llie hetter
class piospecls, wliieli thej; ure
naturally anxious lo develop. To do
his means the Importation of niitehin-
ery, the hiring of a large number of
men, and the shipment of supplies and
materials of all kinds into thecamps,
At present, what'facilities for trails-
jiortation are offered lo llie Investor?
Little more than the prluilllve pack-
rails; ami those, too, in most InslAiices
mill hy lhe miners and prospectors
lieinselves. Willi Ilm iixcoplloil of
lie Skylark and Wellington, fortun*
ntijily situated on the main trunk road,
the other camps—iflroonwdo'd, Summit, Lung Lako, Cojiper, While and
Atwood, and Central, are without tlio
ineausof Iraiisriortion by wagon fill-
their imported machinery mid supplies,
pr'for the exportation of'ore,
To establish un adequate or satisfactory system, would require llio building of many miles of road, at an out*
Iny, probiihly, of from $20.(01 to $110,
jKX). Yet such aro the urgent requirements of the district.
It now, therefore, remains lo the
fliivernnienl to lake aclii-.p in the mat-
Ier; and we feel juslilie'd iu saying
flint the oxpenditui-e of a large sum of
money, is not. only' necessary under the
{•ii-ciunslances, bul would prove
(he must remunerative Investment
tlml could possibly be made. The impel us lhat would he given lo mining,
following Iho adoption of a liberal
(•ourse on the part of the government,
would consequenlly enormously in-
creese tlio revenue which finds ils way
Into the provincial treasury from the
Boundary Creek camps, and thus, in
■ji very short lime, lhe wisdom o,f
such action would 'lia,ve been Hindu
bbvlous,
 4.4	
EDlfQRIAL NOTES,
greal
cast.
everv
}f the rapidity with whicli mining
|ocatinns nre' being made, is to, \uj a,.. '
copied as a verification of (he
pool's dictum, of coining event
iiigshadnws before,  we liaio
reason lo regard tlie fuliue hopefully.
Willi Iho close nf duly, ive find Ihal iin
loss than hot ween 200 and 27o claims
have been recorded io this division
since the ciiinnienceineiitiif tin*senson,
that is without estimating the claims
(rum Iho Sheep Cieek  camps,   which
iV-ould increas r total very consider-
tthly, Slallsticsare rarely inlerejaling
leading- il Is, however, not only insl nicliie bul  e'mi.ueiill;   satlsfilclory,
(ho comparison of |,l8| y,,,.u.s '|jKlll.,',s
Willi this. Tbe cluilllS iccnrilcil lasl
year reached a lulnlnfl'-l.
1IOAD9ANP1 HAILS.
;i'uti,ii lylilm-of Tin; Advance;
Sir,- -I read wilh pleasure in ynur
Insl week's issue, a Icl Ier of Mr, Harlan's, touching the road and trail question iu ihis section, Having had exceptional opportunities of observing
Hie llllll>lllit of work t bill has been (lone
by ilm miners nml prospectors this
year, il is willi a senile of duly I add
jay I'ejdjiuony lo lhe fad Ihal il is
high lime Hie Government look bold
of Ihis mailer of furnishing good ronds
between tlie different Boundary Creek
milling camps; Hint Is If Ibey wish to
retain the favor uf Ihose who are
struggling so hard lo develop Ihis ap-
piirently little thought of, hul richest
In mil uml resources, of the many sections of lhe prtjvjupe.
If through lhe medium of the press.
the III belli lull of lhe tioverumeiil is nol
sufficiently drawn lo ihe nml tor, I
would suggest ihal. ;i PS'Jil.jpn he circulated and signed by all the free millers
and nlliers iu lhe districl.
Should such a pel il ion he presented
tu lhe Government, lhey would hnvo
an opportunity of noting the fact Ihal
Ibese public Improvements wore being
sought by the puhlic, and not, by n few
Interested individuals.
Thanking yuii for your space, I re-
main,
I'liurs truly,
riT.lttl.
 ►•-<	
Worn on tin* Enterprise.
Development work goes merrily on
Hie Enleprisc, Copper Camp, under
the direction  nf foreman  Iioherlson.
This is one of lhe claims purchased by
the Pin rott Smelting Co, this summer,
and is without doubt a splendid prop*
a ii
erty.   The shaft is now down some 7u
feel, and some exceptionally good ore
,i,  n  '
has been brought to the surface within lhe Inst, few days.
•♦-
A lliniil on tlio (told Drop.
A bond lias been secured on a one-
half interest i" Hie Cold t|rop claim.
Long Lake Camp, by Mr. Siiyilain.
The (Iold Drop Wiis the (L'st claim located In the camp, and Air. llosshart,
whose inleresi is no,- hooded, may he
considered I he discoverer (ogelhcrivith
his partner Mr, Dlttuler, of one of the
most promising free-gold ipinrtz
camps iu existence in British Columbia
at the presenl lime. Developinenl
work, and machinery, will, beyond
doubt, prove the richness of the oro to
he found there.
1    — ^—
A Fnvo.ralith Opinion.
Ou Thursday lust, Mr. M. Oippenhei-
n:or nnd Mr. Kirk nf  Marcus,   Wash.,
|.i
paid a visit to Midway.   These two
gcullemon had, fm a week previously,
been making a thorough Inspection of
our camps, as also the milling proper-
lies in Wellington nud While'sCamps,
in whicli lhey lira interested, being
partners willi Mr. .1. Taylor ill the
Wellington, lllainl, Keystone, Lexington, uml oilier claims.
To n representative of the Advance,
they expressed themselves as astonished nt the enormous bodies of ore they
saw in Greenwood Camp; and give-,1
development, lhey believe that the deposits will ho found lo be iu greater
quantities, and intrinsically more valuable tliiin those yet discovered in nny
part of the country—not even excepting Trail Creek. They can figure oul.
no possible chance of the Boundary
camps being held in an excluded position for any great length of time, now
tliiitlheirinerilsare.sii generally becoming known.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED.
SPROLE'S EXPRESS STAGE LINE
WI
Sittiii-
tlm
will'
and
SS.
eave
l.tv,
G-oiara- fsoxx'jcx*
Penticton  7 a. m, eyery Tuesday, Thursday and
arriving at Fairview 1 p. ni., and Oro, Washington,
same evening,
G-OXX4T&  NOETIT
' leave Oro, Washington, 7 a, m., Mondays, Wednesdays
Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m., connecting with
Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Thrc. Different Stajie Linen.
Trouble or Expanse Spared to Mak. Gi  Comfortable,
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
Best Brands Ljquors and Cigars
Good Stabling.
CARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters for  Miners'   Supplies.
A UOOD .STOCK Ol''
groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
foWder. Efc.
THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.,
SHEItBROOKE, QUEBEC.
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best.
Special Compressors driven by
PELT0N      WATER
WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-shaft, especially adapted for
allllzlnR tho power
if mountain sliai 111,
is showa In   lilies.
.ration.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District.
RECEIVED Tills WEEK A LABGE SUPPLY OF
Men's and Women's Shoes,
Hats, Bills,
Orders Taken for All Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS..
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CONKLE k% DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters^
ROCK CREEK, B. e.
lialos frum Ponticton In Camp McKinnoy, Hock Crock, Midway, and,
Boundary Palls, two cents per pound for two tons or under, MurcustnMId
way, llio Same rati*.  Marcus In Grand Prairio une cent por piiitud,
 Special Rates for Lar^e Orders and Ore Contracts.
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks^ Including-
Ginger Ale, §arsparilla,'Clul) Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPA&N.E   CIDljR.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, StrawSjorry, tfranye, Pinai»|>pk>,   Vattilla, Lemon,
and Siiiri Syrups.
Tli|.|iiu,-]| llii'iiisiruiui'iiliility
Mara, Iho nloKlllleyltes' havo'
lu Kin- Tumi  Jl.iiiiilnlii   ami
('reek nn opportunity in share
"sulisiiinliiil alii."  Thus Iiii
nf Mr.
decided
Trull
in  the
rand
I'vi
copper uf Uu. funnel', ami the li'iluVoqw
uf the lai I or place/are in |„. hlt-Illtlcfl
111 Mr.  I'liMi'i'ii Siiiillihig lliu.   ji).,
Ifuen has In iuiliiiil»hiii((ly enei'Ket*
|i uf Into, R*.#w'li.(1 ns 11 lliial'*s|iui.|'
flu' poi'f'iruiillH'O ii: reuDJ; ailjuiralile.
IllselVurls liiiiliiali
ilry fnr lhe (Iii
Kiiilied I1I111 al
I     OjtliHp,.
'I   .lllslii
i luni'.-ia,' nf sill-
a.   musl   huvi
warm suppol'l*
li'li liuii'.
'.I 1
Assessment Work on ('Indus.
Kur the Iii'iiolit nf those miners frnni
uver the hurilor, wlm are at present
prospactlng anil nthorivlse engaged in
niint.li'iuj.i'rutiiijisnn thinskle, wo clip
the folhiwlnii fiiuiv ihe Spokesman*
Rsviuiv, trusting that It may convey
tn thoi'n 11 timely warning,
"Many mi -sin lhe I'acillc north.
west are making eiupdries relative In
nspussmt'iil wurk un lheir claims for
thii year ISlifi. The Impression seems
to'goneraJJy prevail thut the last cnn-
gloss |»vasci| a law siisii ling | he as-
missnietit li'iirk un milling claimn fur
Jhe year 1803, This is nnl the case,
The law lu which ihe minors evidently
refill' unit which t'.s in siiinc ci si's misled thi'iH'WIi*! iiimscil in July, 1HIII, ami
was Intended simply in tide I In* iinl'ui-
tittinte miners uvor the depression exist ing iu llnil year, and refered tn un
oilier year. Therefore, il stands all
miners In guud stead lo see thai their
assessment Is promptly dnnn this year
uiider Iho provisions oil he old law, if
llijyexpecl lo hull! their claims,
♦
I'lllilllliors'Nntk'o,
Mr. A. K, Stiiai't, tonnerly part pro*
prleliii'iif the AnrANdti hns disposed
inf Ilia Inleresi  ii  Ihis   iiuliliciilinn   In
Mr. Kni'iilil l.auir., wlm f.u e li	
| has lieen engaged in newspaper work
I in llle pi'iivllice. The new firm will
. hei-eiifiei- ho l.ii.-.uii asNorrls k Liiinli.
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Priees.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
i
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK..
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
A\l 'JVees Inspected Betbffe Leaving* the Nursery
S-POK A N T',   F A J. L S,
No. 151.
CtoitTIKCOATK OF ItKC^STriATiON OF A
l-pUBWrV COMPANY.
•.('OMI'AMM.s'AcTl'AltTlV.," AND AMKNDINO
Acts.
Tilt!  HouihIju'V Orook .Miiihi;.' CoillpUH}'
' (Klik'ttfiO,
RogistoroiItho28t.il day of Juno, 1803.
T KKUKBY ixTiify tlmt 1 hnvo (liis rtay rog"
1 [stored '"f'hullcniiiliti'y Cvi'i'k Mining roni-
pauy H'ViiViffii),' iiinttir ilii; "Companies Act,
Hiirt IV„ lloglstration of foreign (.'ompmiies'
nnd Amoiiiiiiiff .\.'i^.
The bond ollini of the said company is sihinl-
od nt tho City of tjpokano, isiuIl> of Wauhlnft'
ton. U.S.A.
i'hoobjool for whioh the Company is osUvJi-
llshotl aro to itcqulrOi hold, ptat into city and
town lots, soil, lawu. mortgagi) lands aud real
ostato, hi lhe UnitOil Stales of America, nnd in
tho Provinco of Ih'iilflh Columbia, Canada: to
cftm'OJi tho biwlnets of purchasing, sclliiu;,
milling, RUioltiux, lmltthig, stamping and rodu-
oing oros and nimaralBdf ovory kind and ilos-
cription in llio Utiitcd States of Amorica,and in
tlio Provinco ol liritisii i-ulumbia, Canada, a nil
to ncqnlro, lease and operato waler rights awl
Hfluu-s, for tho pnrposo of mining nnd treating
ores nud running and nponiting clcclrieal ma-
ehinory, and for any ana nil puryusos in the
United Stales, i.nd in the I'lin'lnoe of Mi-itisii
(loluinbla, Caiuula! io purchase, iimuiro, hold,
crbet, and operate .if,'lii nnd jiowor plant
piirposfl of mining and troalingoi '
nurposoof furnlsiiiitg li:,'!iisu
for all nnrpuses in lhe Utiitod Slates of Aniei'i-
ciMind in ihe I'l'iivim-e of Uriiish Columbia,
Cilnoda ; to borrow money lor the purposes of
thu Company, aud to o^ouuto notes thorofor,
nnd lo execiiie mori-jjages upon the property of
llu; Cnnipaiiy lo BfitiiTro Hn' |*aymoni thereof, in
such amount and ir|imi such lujjma'ajj I he Hoard
of.'l'rUBtocH may tliink uropcr within Ihe limita-
tiniiB pmvidod by the bydawHito sol apart ami
soil for tlio purpuso of miBJng, opoi*nfing and
founding capital for ilie |iurpoa*w of i lie corpop
iition nol tooxcoodoliohmidrod and Hovonty-
live thousand dollars <>r Hie eapital stock dr the,
Company, upon hucI) levins and a( aitoli prioGs
OS the Huisi'd of Tnislec^'tnay direct; lo piif
chase fnnn tlioaubBcrlborato the capilal such
mining and ither proporly as the Hoard of
Trust may doom proper, and to receive amdi
milling I'laiins and oilier property iu payiiiein
ofaubft ' '
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
 -4-	
Rough Lumber
From $10 to 1(112.
Dressed Loinliei*
From $10 to $18
Per Thousand,
W. |)AI,ilYMIM,E
&e»ei-Bl     SXaclsiMml-tli.
FAUIVIEW, B, C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
^wm
uul Iur tli" Gfl
ul eroiittiig power i sic
J. S. DONALDSON      m
& DRUGGIST 1
ffl
VERfJON, B. C.        ffl
CHEMIST
I
A Full Line i^-«ob
Drugs
Patent iffedicine!,
Toilet Articles
Trusses, Ac.
if aiibsortlilIuiih in lin* oapllnl Hloolc In siii'liiuu-1 ;fc
.mils ii» llie lliianl nf Triintocs limy ililnl, prop.. a':
■r. nml In Imno fully iini.l up aini-k llicrefur.     | |j'if
w
Till. I'lljillill Blockbf lliu aaiil riilnjiiitl, 11 mil'
iiiillinti ilnlaii':'. illviili'il into olio million alniriaa
nt Hie imr vutuo of one dollfti' enofi,
tllvon iinilei'tny Imtiilrtiiil seal nf ..IIII.-,■ nl
\'ii'l.,ri;i. I'l.,.(ii,..- ..Il'.j-il i~l. I -ultiiiil.ii,. I hi..-a.-J li
i'liii)-ul .llllie, lKL'i
|i...i.| '    9. V.WOOTON,
jylji   .   Itoglstmi' of Jiilni Block Coiiipaiilc
Mall,   Orders
Country
Prompt Attention.
From  tlie  Lower
Will   Rocolvij,
ffl
&
1
i
i
3
Cooiily.. Cciirl Notice.
SITTINGS of tho County Court ol i'-iIo will
lm liiilili'ii^.ifi.lliiiyn;.'    v
Al (IsnyniK nn   |i*l'lllliy, Illll AllglUt,   INli;
all Midway nn M lay, 121 h Ailgunt, 1895,
nt tin. hour uf olovon iii-lml; in ihi. foroi n.
I.!,V ('iilniiiiiiiil
C.A, II. 1..1.MI1I.V,
ll.C.C,
QovKn.vMe.NT Oi'i'ice, Osoroos,
ilili Mr,)*, Ml'..
i
MINERAL AC'Ji 1891.
Oortlflciito of linpi'oveiiieiitH.
NOTiei'l.
Tiiniiri'v op,Paris Minrbal Cuim,
Silyato at Control Civrap, Kottlo River Mining
liivMlin, Yuii. 1 MM rli 1,11. (.'.
TAKK Mi'l'ICH Unit I. John Sloroni,froo
iiiilnii,'.i-('ilrlilli.iilii N'n. iii'M, fnr inj-Helf,
'    nginil for tho ostiilo of MultliliiH Uottor,
mil n   „
nml lioin¥AVlillo, froo ullnor'n I'lirlllloitto Nn.
.-.Il'llll, inli'ild, sixty iIiivh frum lite date horoof
In iippl)' ti) liic (iold ('oiiuiilmiiulii'r for a iii'rllll-
CIllO uf ilnpl'iivl'lili'lilH, fnr tllitpill-pominf nlitiilii-
iur a Crown gi'iiiu of tlin above rliilm,
■\nil fiirllii'i- Uiko notico, Uml (idvursi.cluluiu
1111*1)1 lm si'iil tu lhe (Inld {'uiiiliiii'hiiiiii.r mid
ai'lilnll oollllllOnOOtl llf'fill'i' till' iaalll'illkc of uucll
eorltllcato of ltnproromonls,
Doled [Iii- third tiny nf June, 1895.
P, O. Box G.8'J
Woshiiigloii
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape PIiotogr«plier
VKHNON, It. ('.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SALE.
TAX NOTICE.
Rock Creek  Division of Yale
District.
NOTIOE Is hereby given that atticmed and
Provincial revenue laxes for 1895 are now
(Ijc aud payable at my olllee, Osoyiios, at llie
following \*utes:--
If paid on or before the HOI b June—
One-half of one per eenl on Hie assessed value
of real estate:
One-third of one por eont on lhe assessed
value of personal property i
One-half of one tier cent on the Income of
every prK-mi of fifteen hundred dollars
and over""
Two per cent on lhe asscfwed value of Wil
Laud. " ■     •'
If paid on or after tbo 1st July—
J'wo-thirds nf one per cent on tho assesHcd
value of real oslfttci
One-half of one per cent ou the assessed value
of personal property;
Thrcc-t|Uarternnf oni per cent on the Income
of every powi nol' illl ecu liuullred tlollurs
and over;
Two and one-lialf j>er eppjt op the assessed
value uf Wild Laud,
All persoiih whose laxes are in arrears up In
the Illsl December. WM, are rOQUOfltod tn 1 my
the same fortlnviili, or cosla will be incurred at
linearly dale.
0, A. It. IjAMBM*
AsHcsrior aud I 'ollector for llio
lini-t; < •iMH'k DiviMon of Ya!,e H^lrlW.
Qovormnout oitice, '
OsoyooDi fith January, 1^*1 id.
SPOKANE FALLS
ancl
NORTHERN RAILWAY"
Nelson & Tort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B. C,
Only through line to Nelswij
Kaelo, Kootenay Lake ■
and Slocan Points.
Daily (except Sunday) lietw-Ben Spo^
kmieund Nui'thport.
iri-weckly  Imlwien Northport aud
Nelson.
GOING NORTH GOING SOUTH
lW.il. in MARCUS 2.2U p, m,
P*j Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Katnrdays, trains
wnlTUli through to Nelson, arriving at .^L'.i'p.m.,'
making close connection with the Kleamer Nel-
sqW for Kaslo and all luko points, arriving at
Kaslo at tl:W» p.111, same days. Ketunilng, paw-'
sengers will leavo lake points aud Nelson on'
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at
Spokane same day.
Passengers for Kettle [Uvor and Uoundary
Orook comieet at Mnivus wiih stiLgoon Mini-
da^-s, W'lnesdays, Thursiiays, and Fridays.
Tor TRAIL I'ltKKK MINKS connect at
Northport with stage line dally.
For Nakuspund Itevelstnke connect at North
port with boal Wednesdays and Sal nrday* ■
uugliilf
EAST RIDING
.„.OF-~
UU  DISTRICT,
NOTIOE Ia hereby given that in accordance
with the Qualification aiid Hegislratlonof
Voters. Aot, I shall, on Monday, llie oth day of
August next, ut II a.m., bold a -Qoyrt of Re-
viftlon for the purpose ohneui'lug and deleriuin
ingaiiyoltjeclioiis to tho retaining of any names
oirlho Register of Votes.
1     ' I,* NORMS,
t'ollector of Votes.
Vfmon, July llil.. ](U,
COURTS
ASSIZE.
Table Showing tho Bates and Places of Courts
of A,ssjie, Nisi Prlus, Oyer and Terminer '
nnd General Gaol Delivery for tho
Year 1896.
I
HPRINQ ASHIZK8
•'...' 'Tuesday, ItliMni
..TCiiwlnjvl-lth Mny
. .'I'liiisday, 21nt May
 -.Monday, 27ifi May
 Tliesilny, fflth Miiy
    Monday, 3rd June
 Monday loth June
 1'rlday, HIJi June'
 Wednesday, nil h Juno.
PALI ASSIZES.
 Thursday, 28tli Soptombor
 Monday, 301li Heptoaibni
 '.. .Monday, 7th. October'
  .'l.iaS):.y UllrOctiibcr
 KlWirJ','Ulli October
Now wostmtiistcr,. Wednesday, nth November'
Viuiiiiiiivcr Miniiloy, 11 tli November
vlctorlii Tuesday, Ililii November
Niuiniiuo Tilisibiy, 86th Novciubrr;
■Special Assise alZO-td
Xiililiiinn	
New WcHtniiiiHtor
Vuacoaver	
Clinton	
Vicloria	
Kmuliiiijis	
Vernon	
'Donald..,,:	
•NoIkihi	
('Hilton...
Itiilillcld.
Kninloiips
Vofllnn...
Lytluii 1*0
METEOROLOGICAL  BEPOBT.
(tat 19 Loiiy	
Altitude, 1.800 feet above sen level,
flahifiill for week, .OS otim li'C'ti,
,.115" 50
fJOlPBHATllJtB FOR
July 22	
' " a...:	
"  21....
WEE!*
ENI1INO  JULY  28.
Max.   .Mill
   811.5    HI'
   9:1.5    51
"  25	
   81.6
18
"  211   	
   78
III
"  27	
   SJ
19
  91
17
LOCAL AND DISTRCT.
On Monday's stage Mr. Boss wont.
fiat to Si'iiaaiie tin blislocgs 01111110011.111
with tin* mines,
■ Mr. Malcolm JWcQu'aig of Ciiiiip Mc-
JJir.iii'y, tins boon a visitor in town fur
•i fow days this past woek.
Tin* Tuwimite Company uhvuik do*
nalcil asito fur tho public school, il
,niay ho expected that tedders for tlio
erection of tlie building, wili be called
for very shortly.
Mr. .1, A, Coryell is at present engaged surveying a mill sito at tliu south
end of Long Lako, on Granite Crook,
for Mr. Jon Frank. Upon this silo is a
valuable wnler power, al: one poiul lb;;
(water having a sheer descent of (JO
leet.
Mr. B, Stuart, who recently located
f, ranch at, tho lower or south end of
Long Lake, is now building a house on
fhe place, and making othor Improve,
jnenls.
Mr. E. W. Li.jpgrun of Rossland,
passed through Midway on Saturday
ion his way to Osoyoos. On his return
he intends seeing some of our mining
jumps.
Mr. McCool, Custom's officer at Marcus, paid a first, and pleasant visit, to
Midway on Thursday last, and seoniod
-vhil.it here, very much taken willi his
surroundings,
Tho haying season has now fairly
begun ; tbe yields in every case iiii
reported as lieing exceptionally heavy,
Mr. Jackson's timothy was cut nearly
H fortnight since, While Messrs. I11-
grim, Buobor, Kerr Bros,, and others,
have heen cutting during the past few
.days.
Col. Doylo passed through Midway
uu Monday lust, uu his return to Camp
MoKlnnoy, afli'i'a visit lo Spokane,
Hn i-i'purls business as improving
(Oiniou-lial iu Spnkiiiio, nnd says that
llie Boundary Crick camps are being
|Yeoly discussed on (bo outside.
Me. W, T. Thompson of Fairview,
paid a visit to the town on Monday
hist, nccnmpanieil by a Mr. Fowler.
Both gentlemen proceeded Ihe next
day to ('upper Camp, In make un in*
•ipoi'liiiii of sonic mining properties In
Hint, iieighborlionil.
MlNKv'G   XOTKS,
A party of prospectors nre rauipod
pn I'riiir Croak, und 1110 engaged in
hunting up Ihe extensions of tbo Big
Windy claim,
Mr, II. Bennei'iiinti is employed doing bis assessment work upon the
Agues, an extension of tlio Roderick
plui. Long Luke ('.imp.
Having the horse-whim now in posi-
I inn, and everything in order, work
will again he Btarted upon the shaft of
Ihe Last Chime mine, to-day. Three
eight hour shifts will lie run, and development prosecuted vigorously.
The shaft, oil lhe Monarch cluim,
Greenwood Camp is now down fo feet,
and the ore body looks extremely well.
The Monarch was purchased this
spring liy Mr. P, Large ay from Messrs.
Humphrey k Keightley, and is rpt'OB;
nised as an excellent property.
Having put down an incline shaft to
lhe depth of DO feet on the North Star,
Long Like Camp, M''* Thomet lias
now moved across tlie lake to do his
assessment work on the Lake View,
another of his claims. After complet-
jng assessment on this claim, he will
probably again return to the North
Star, and sink the shaft tn a depth of
pome 75 feet,
Mr. Bosshart is now working upon
[he south end of the Jewel claim, iu
Long Lake Camp. The vein is showing up well. This is a parallel vein—
Upon whicli lliere are nnw eight claims
located—to the Gold Drop, and it is
generally conceded lo lie tpiile its
fqunl. If not its superior. The Jewel
vein is more highly mineralised than
(he Gold Drop, and carries m(\iiy
punces of silver to the ton, which Is
found in llie form of Argc.nlile, or sit
yer glance.
Those who have had occasion to visit
, Long Lake Camp recently, havo only
words of praise to offer nf Hie thorough
manner in which the miners carried
put the work nn thu new trail they
jiave just built Into the camp, When
the buys turn nut tn do nny work of a
public character, there is no fear of Its
hot lining carried thorough properly.
And the government would lie mean
indeed Ihalwould not tender adequate
remuneration for tlie service rendered.
Quite a number of claims, are lieing
(aken up ill Copper Ciimp.   This is tlie
result of a little work on  the part of
(he pros|iectoin. Undoubtedly some of
the best claims have yet to be found,
which are at present covered over with
Wash. The old tiuie prospector staked
only on those ledges whicli were in
sight, and a hundred  feet wide, and
they bud very little use .sometimes
even for this kind of property, if tlioy
could not pun free gold out of it.
What were last fall three distinct
camps—Greenwood, Summit, and
Wellington,—with foui und live miles
of unoccupied ground between each,
are now, owing to Ihe large number of
locations recently made, virtually one
vast. camp. It takes no great, space of
time to stake out a country, where 50
acres comprise a single location,
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KETTLE B1VEB MINING DIVISION.
RKCOItna 01' MINERAL LOCATIONS FOR
TIIE WEEK ENDING JULY 28.
22nd 0. 0. D,, Deadwood Camp, R,
Donegan.
"     Coolgardie, Summit Camp, A.
M. Leilch and Put, McCormick.
"    Lincoln No. 2, GreenwoodOnmp,
A.M. Leitcli and P, McCormick.
"    Miillan. Greenwood Camp, J
\V. Sweeny and W, Flood.
"     Hidden Treasure, Camp, Thos.
Walsh.
"     Gold Bug, Deadwood (Jump, N.
Rice.
"     A.ccidenl, N. F.   Kettle River,
lii'lil. I nl 111111.
"     Lookout,  N,  F.  Kettle River,
lliibi. Iiii rain.
"    William K„ N. F. Kettlo River,
Jllines Dunn and ,1. Davidson,
"     Winning Card,  Copper (tamp,
Colin McRae,
23rd Lill lu Coin, Central Camp,  K.
Llnsey.
"    Sunset, Central Camp, R. S,
Fraser.
"     Lit'le Giant, Wellington Camp,
It, S. Fraser nni) M. Hnustan,
"     Little Burn, Providence Creek,
T. Roijerlcl},
"    Brandon, Provivence Creek, J,
Marshall.
2Kb Big Elephant, Copper Camp, H,
.). Cole.'
"    Grey Hound, Deadwood Camp,
E. P. Siiydani.
'■'    Golden-brown, Deadwood Gamp,
E, P. Siiydani.
26th Unity, Skylark Camp, M. Jerry.
"     Echo, Skylark (lamp, H. Mounts.
"     Duke of Argyle, Long   Lake
Camp, II. Mounts.
"     Emblem, Providence Creek, T,
Roderick, M Benton, J Marshall.
"     Iron    Mountain,     Providence
Creek, T. Roderick, J. Marsjpin
M, Beaton.
"    Gray Eagle, Central Camp, P,
W. McGregor.
"     Bald Eagle, Cent nil Oapip,  L.
Mersr.n.
"    Babbit   Paw, Fourth of July
Creek, W, Sands,
"     Lucky Jim, Wtdllngtpn Gamp,
11. Blair.
Grown Point, Hardy Creek, W.
Sands and II. Blair.
I   "     Kirk, Fourth of July Creek, T.
Kirk nnd A. .McKinney,
"     McKinney,    Fourth   of   July
Creek,'!'. Kirk, A.  jUi-Kinncy.
"    Montana, Wellington Citinp, M.
Oppi'i|lieiniiT.
"     Unknown, Hi-o',.jilcnce Cninp, E.
A. Bii'lcnborg.
»    Mohawk, Cupper Camp, H. H.
Shall cnliai-giii',
26th Black Bear, N. F. Kettle Riye-
J,. Layeux.
"     Belle of Ottawa,  N.  F.  Kettle
Kiver, J. Rice.
"     Mountain Monarch, N.F. Kettle
River, M, O'Connor,
"     North Star, N. F. Kettle fliypr,
ft. Wayner.
"     Mono, N. F. Kettle River, J. J.
Flood, J. S. Byrne, 0. Cosgriff.
CEltTIfclp-VKS 01*' WORK, JULY.
2Hrd Oro Donoro • W, A, Corbett.
25th Vancouver 1 M. Oppenheimer.
"    Columbia j M* Oppenheimer.
"     Keystone; J. M. Taylor and G.
Bfiinslierger.
"     Brooklyn; J. M. Taylor and S.
Mangott.
"     War Eagle; R, Denzler and T.
D, Johnston. '
TrjANSFEHS, JULY,
33rd Roderick Dim, 5 interest, Robert Patterson lo J. B. Jones.
25U> Golden Fagle, J interest, S. Ben-
nerman to Thos. McDonnell,
" Silent Fi'lend, i interest, S. Ben*
nernuin to Thos. McDonnell.
" Granite, {interest, 0. E, Peterson to Thos. McDonnell.
" Gold Dust,} Interest, 0. A. Peterson to Thos. McDonnell,
" Black Diamond, f iiyjarest, C.A.,
Peterson to Thos, McDonnell,
20th Enterprise, all interest G. D,
Leyson to J. F. Rico.
A DAY DREAM, \
I can see her now, how plainly to my '
memory comes the sight I
Of tlial sweet old wrinkled face, to mo
so ilcar;
Framed In curls tlmt formed a halo of !
tlie si flest, purest white;
Lighted up liy oyes so tender, blue and
clear.
Oh, llio wondrous tolas sho told,
Of the robber knights of old,
That used to till my boyish soul with
iln-iul.
But she brushed away all fear
With each tangled look of hair,
As bIio kissed aud tucked me )n my
trundle bed.
What a tender, loving smile was always
on that dear old face;
And what music did that thin, iwcot
'voice employ-
Whot a world of consolation found I In
that boundless grace,
That would let hor soo no evil In her
boy.
Oh, how bountifully blessed,
Was the curly head that pressed
That bosom, as she onioned some quaint
old song;
Gci lly nicking to nml fro
In the evening's llrellght glow.
Safely shielded fnnn ull chance of harm
or wrong.
Many years have come nnd gono ilnco I
saw that door old face;
Many years u( toil and blessing, pain
undJoy;
Hut then' always will roinnln within my
heart a lender place,
Por that guardian angel to a wayward
hoy.
Little prayers learned nt her knee,
Little stories told to 1110,
In those early days, come crowding bock
tho while;
And, oh, what would I not gtvo
O'er those days again to live,
Basking iu my dear old granny's tender
smile.
phants should paw us by uDlurmod
We n'.-i -1 id our ppritlu'j of safety none
too soon. I cuufd soo llie k«ivy fon&t
branches shaking yjolontly, and sunn a
huge gray n^-,- broke ilirouifh shambling
along at ■■ •pmaraablo rate of speed, uut
twenty ywdsfjoip, us, und screaming with
Videos rage.
"l('s a   rogue elephant, sahib/* said
Rami ui.
the herd.
Such indued seemed to he theor.se, for
A hundred yards Ijelilpd liinj i-onii* another
enormous llgure, which was lieiulid
stnilglu for our otam i.f fcfuge, As ly
lightning Hush I saw the horrible death
that mounocd us, I already felt myself
falling to lhe ground, iu a' sc^onn nuiro
to be trampled, to death under those Immense foot, Bat at that instant 1 heard
Hamuli call nut boldly, "Let-mli guj,"
(lie down). The great beasf paused,
"Lot-roll, let-mli!" iiguin he cried; and
to my astonishment, tho creating obediently went down upon Lis knees.
Hjunoi; quickly ihiireiiiln.1, calling mo
to follow. Where n block leads a white
man does. 'I'll lag behind, and rt wn
I went. Idid nol 11111t1.11i1.iul Imw Iho
magical Iransfuriiiaiiun had boon elTcctcd,
but ns I turned uml caught sight of lhe
animal, Iconiprohondeil il all; around
the gn-al forcing was a chain, the cud of
which still trailed uu the ground. Tho
quick oyes of the native had seen II; he
knew that the animal must liavo boon In
captivity al sonic time, and called nut the
wunl ol command hoplngthat It would
lm obeyed. He was tn-i disappointed for;
although thesmall eyes sill! gleamed wiih
HE WAS A GENTLEMAN.
VERNON NOTES.
(From o.ur own corrcHpowlonl.l
On Thursday ovenln^   tlie   Bnwl
;iKuiu fitvnivil \].h with s.inii' excellent
Minnie from the Uunttalaml, whicli was
much Rppreclutod l>y thu lletennrs,
Mr. li. J. Unidgoand family left on
ThUffldliy's triiln for Toronto, whore
they will in future reside*) Mr. Holdue
lias lieen principal nf the Vernon Puhlic School for the past three yemtyind
Ri-ent credit is due lo him for the untiring zeal with which no worked to
bring the Venmn school up to Its present nigh standard,
The ttev. (i. A. Wilson left last-week
for the coast, where he will i'cjujuii for
a few weeks. During his fthssafr the
Pieshylerimi pulpit will he filled liy
the Rev, Mr, iBooutor of New Westminster, who preached here on Sunday, both morning and evening,
A large inuuher of our citizens are
leaving I his week for Rossland, the
new town in the Kootenai, Mr. 8. A.
Shtttford i..;Jyi'ned' froij), there, last
weei-^autj has decide^ to open ahrauch
in Rosslund about l^'flfst oj ^tigt^st.
Messrs. Martin Bros,, and Campbell
iBroHi bnKi nlready Been red stores, iuul
nre,,making large shipments dally.ror
the,Kootenai branches
A few years ago ope of the leading citizens of Biifritji City, tlie county seat of
Buster county,Texas, -got on it big drunk,
began to shoot up tlil|jgs and raise old
Nick gonornlly. Kvon i\] those days ihis
sort of thing Iind gone out of fashion, and
tho county sheriff attempted to arrest the
disturber. Result: The sheriff killed tho
leading eitizen, and the leading citizen
killed the sheriff, causing a vacancy la
tho sheriff's office. This brought along'a
new sheriff und a new deputy shoriff.
The deputy wasn good inan and a bravo
mar. lie knew how lo use a gun, aud
had tho courage to do so if r.ecesHiry, Ho
had the reputation of beluga man with
Whom it was far better to use diplomacy
than force. W;th all theso tjuivlitlos ho
had had iiuojlii iai oaporhince, but of this
lie gained a great deal the lii^l lime ho
ever made an arrest. It kupi.onod this
way:
Some miles from Buster City Is a littio
onlleeihm of houses and ptoros known as
Fishhook. A young man had come
through there riding a horse of stieh good
quality as to attract ijpivcival uttontlon.
Be wa< nujclollfl lo sell the horse, and,
nmrenvor, W(^ V'illjng to Full at a price
fur below Its real ijmip, It wan beyt.ml
anyone's conipivliension why the man
wanted to Fell at FUph'j) price, unloss he
inni stolen Ihe hor.e. Hence, ihe citizens
of Wsi hook milled leather and took him
in charge as a horroiMof, put him under
guard and scat woitl down to Buster City
by lhe boy who uirrlcri thi1 t'aily mail for
some one fr. in ll:e rheriff's office to come
up, get 1 ha t'l'Wmer end laku him lo iho
coimiy .!iii'. (n n»Fnu»ro to ililtincsfaco
t' o new (V'l'iH.i- viidcdvcr. Ho had a new
hi r.«', a l'.eU siKitltp lhat pqucflked as lie
roiiu lilting, and i\ pow six phootor—12-enl*
ilier, v. lib ear\*p*l ivory handle, riuiig rak*
ishly over his right hip. Ho tarried also a
grim pair f f liaiu'eulTs lhat were not nuW,
hm se^ livable,
When ho reached his destination lie
found tlu; pian he was after sitting in a
chair in one of Iho stores, with a circle of
slum, Winchester-bearing Flshhookars sit-
ling nil uriumd him. Tite man had on
good clothes, anil did not look like at all
a horsothtef would bo supposed to look.
The deputy iold him he would Iw
obliged to ctunc along, and to put his
hands so he could put the handcuffs on.
The man turned pale when he heard tills,
and especially when ho saw tho ctx\o\
irons.   ,wnld he:
"I'm ft stranger here charged with lieing a criminal. I am innocent and hejico
more than willing to go with you, as my
innocence can readily l>e proven.' I profess to bo a gentleman, antl would like to
be treated as one. Put me on the slowest
old horse you can iind, have me ride in
front all the way. You are armed, lam
unarmed, hence 1 couldn't escape if I
w^Btflit t°i ForGud's sake, though, don't
disgrace me by taking mo through the
country with those things on mo I"
I The man's looks, Ills earnestness and
his horror of the handcuffs Impressed the
deputy, antl lie felt very much like relenting, but he didn't. It was his lirst arrest,
and it behooved him to he careful. Duty
was duty and it; wouldn't do to take
chances. So lie snapped the handcuffs on
the man's wrists and led him out. Both
mounted llieir horses, the prisoner with
somo considerable difficulty bound as ho
was, and the deputy tied one end of a
rope to the bits of his own horse and thu
other end to the bits of the horse supposed
to have been stolen. Together they rode
away, the prisoner riding on the right. If
the deputy liad known liis liusiness better
he would not have allowed Ihe prisoner
to ride on lhat side, next Ui the new six-
shooter. He doesn't allow prisoners l-o
rido that way how.
Tlie road, \vaH long, uninteresting nnd
very sa*,V,b\ Their progress was necessarily slow and they went along lor some
time in silence side by side, Now, the
deputy was a sociable, kindly man, who
loved to talk and he talked to, and hu
stood It -vt long us he could, hut finally
opened up a eonvursal Ion and hi* companion rorpoudod. The prisoner turned out
to he a marvel, He could talk about anything and talk I Dovlngly, He told stor-
Ics i\ui,l experiences novel and Interesting.
So lhey rode on mgeihcr, ineeling a few
people, who looked at them curiously,
until finally \hvy entered a long, straight
stretch of road between two high barbed
wire fences. Open fields wore on eii her
side, and uot a human being in sight.
Over to the left, low in tho air, a few buzzards were circling lazily.
"I wonder what (hoso buzzards aro
after," CMtlftlly remarked the prisoner,
lioddiu^his head in that direction, and
tin; deputy looked over at thein. This
was the climax of the deputy's errors.
For awhile he looked away, quicker than
yoti could «vy "scat," easily anil gently
the prisoner leaned over and w-Mi has
bound hands snaked the knuli'.l, new
ivory-handled dx*shootorfrom ils MMer,
and when the deputy looked around ho
6CNAPS Of SCIENCE.
[ron rusts v/vm rapidly in wet thsn in I
dry weather twau-a.* i( has. or seems to
have, a better affinity fw oxygen when tbe
latter is combined with hydrogen,.
Prof. Bouncy says that a fall of fifteen
to twenty degrees Fahrenheit i» the average tempcrul ore would Im! sufficient to ac-
The;' are chiising him from   cnlllIt for n\\ klimv,, gladation in tlio
northern hemisphere.
The temperature of the earth advances
pne degree for every fifty-one feet of dec
scent it is 11 pp wri that at a distance of
thirty miles lh ..<»v the surface metals am)
pocks are at white beat.
It is interest ing to note that while ths
-death rate among children has been perceptibly lessened, that among adults has
increased. Niiieteen-ceiitury progress *nd
research protects the life atone end, only
to overtax und s;..mp it oft suddenly at the
Other.
It is not generally known that when a
person falls into the water a common felt
hat can be made use of as a life preserver.
By placing the hat upon the water, rim,
down, with the arm around it, pressing it
slightly to the breast, it will bear n man
up for hours.
Desiccated milk began to attract attention more than half a ceiituryago. It was
then called lactolinc, ami, according to accounts of the period, an addition of nine
party of witter would reduce it to fresh
milk. The modern condensed milk Ih at)
Improvement upon this earlier pro.luct,
Berun] for the treatment of diphtheria
has been obtained so far iu France from
old hack horses.  The French government
.... ngly red light, and llio I rank waved .    ,
mutlt oitsly lu the air, the great creature I .i....,.....,,... ,H\,     ...      , ■
had nol  forgolleu his former training.
Ho approached hlmcauliouslyat first, but j
proscMly Hamuli rushed fearlessly up to
the brmcurilpcliedliimetrusively.ui.ltng
him by every name of endearment. ''Ah,
'tis thou,My Bord the Klcphant! Tis thou,
leader of the herd, wiser than the wise
man of the temple, beautiful as u lotus
bud, strong as tlie winds of heaven ! Oh
great Lord Mowclia! Thy slave salutes
thee!"
Truly enough It was our old Slowcha
who, in spile or lapse tif lime and chnngo
of place, had not forgolleu his old masters and ihp fjjmillur word of command,
All I Ids had happened within a few
moments, Tho great herd was si ill crash*
lug though ih,i forost all around us,trumpet ing with rage and slinking the ground
in their fury. Should one of them chance
to conn, near enough to sec us our lives
would not be worth a farthing. Mowclia
seemed to understand 1 ho situation per*
feet ly, for, his anger all gone, ho seized
Hamuli gently witli his strong trunk aril
sot him upon his back, where Ihe mahout
usually rides; he grasped mo wiih the
saniu 'ease and placed mo beside him,
Then he rose and storied off at a good pace
In ihi; direction opposite to that taken hy
the rest of his fellows nml soon their
screams ami thundering^ had died away
in lhe distance.
W'i wondered where My I,ord the Elephant 1 til ended to convey us, whether to
Ids native jungles or to the post again.
Knmon ir! d to guide him, but found it
impor-'lble without the help oftliouFUul
ankup, or goad, so wo conflnotl nor efforts
to keoj ing our balance and staying on his
hack, a somewhat dillicull task without
the aid of harness or howilah.
Briefly told, liis strong, steady pace
never failed for over ion hours until we
cnlcml th. post again. Our approach
lind been (Inserted from afar, and every
IMlKE soul had turned out to vi-w the
HpCCtaolei When it was perceived that |t
was Mowj-Im. duroid Mowclia, who was
b.lngiug tie back In safely, a heany cheer
broke from all throats, a cheer for My
Lord the Elephant. Tho children clapped
their hand* and shrieked wilh joy, ami
even iho soldiers shared the general on-
t! miasm.
Wo gave JI} Ixir th* "lephnnt a font
Pitch as never i-icpiu.jii had had boforo,
imt. he did not seem io enjoy llio dainties
spread before him so much as the moment
when the hqtfdoJl was placed on his back
and l.o was led forth, surrounded by lhe
children, whom hu once mora bore solemnly around tliu ifttf.
For two days ho remained with us
nnd was Iho object of attention and love;
then he became restless, and we fancied
he again longed for his forest home. So
the cruel chain was stricken off his huge
foot, and My Jjord the Elephant wilh
roses and branches wreathed around his
great neck and hanging fnnn liis stubby
tusk', was led forth \vx triumphal pn,-
cosslon and given I\i,s liberty. It was the
bent i iv:ei t we could give him;lmar«
coptud if gratefully, ami soon the m*-,
gray mass had dtopparod.
It Is as the embodiment of strength, love
and gratitude that I remember him; and
becauso he paved y*# from a fearful death
that I drink to My Lord tho Klephant.—
Our Animati ^rlondfl*,
tho first choice in the selcclimi of 1
condemned as no longer lit for the French
cavalry service, the price to he paid being
the average price of the other animals
sold.
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTJ3I.
OltANIl I'ltAIItlK, KETTLE IlIVKIt.
Pood .**iui.k o
Liquor's -asd Cigars
.   .   .   Good Stabling,
PAIGES OBAWMAIH.E.
mclaren bros., proprietors.
BU.CKSJJJTB  SWP  IS   OOXKECWOJj
Stagos Lekvu ovory Monday and Wednesday
 fur MftroUS, W'hsIi.	
ENDERBY HOTEL
ll. iv. lyiijiiirr, I'bop.
:-:   ENDERBY, B, C.   :-;
Uvory In Coiuiectioe.
Kirst-cliiHs aeconmicdalion for Commercial
Travellers.
Hunting uml Fishing In abundance througk
this distriet,
Pack Horses and Guides furplshod to SperU.
niiiiioii »h irtisl |)Qf)ce,	
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
A >l*^.lwlii*n NttftolPHHlo ruizlf.
Oncm.^. [hX, l&npcror mot 11 grlMlrd,
onr-iirini'il siitiliur und nskixl him wliiire
hu Ins^ his ftnn^
"Slra, ^t Aiisti'rllt^" mplioil tho Tot-
umn, with i« r^iii-i'tful salute,
'.'.Ami Wore you not ducorutoilf"
"No sliii."
"Tlirii hurii Is uij ftwn Iron eross of tl-o
Legion nf Ilniiiir for you. I uiiihi you »
clii'vnltur."
"Your. *>»j('Bty niiiiira me » chuvnllir
bnmi'Si' 1 Imvu lost ono iu*m. Wlmt would
Your Mii.ii'jlJ* hiivu ilonn If I Iiiul lot
botlir1-* i*-ili'it'll^' rntfty old fellow.
"In tlmt tjtm,^ ro|lli,o*l thu Kinimror,
Iirnudlj', "I slioiiU Swviv mado you nn
ofUcor.oilhp l/aji m."
Whoroupoii thavotomn nf Aiistcrlliz nt
onoo ilrow hli sivnnl nml unllliiiililii''ly
cut air lilai nthi'r iinn,
Tho nnl,v tlii^ifc mysterious about this
Inspiring little lliohlolll |^i How did he
do ill
l i.i.<.-,.,11 ,.,-m liy tlm Ton,
Tlilrty-nlr, tjopii of rnitorplllnn mid »
largo iuihiIht of cncisiifc, vvuri'di'hlrn.vi'il
111 tho I'lTnrt. to drive (ht,i»Bt from tlio
jroung pliiiiiiitl'ins of troos-wi Hongkong
Isliillii. Tlioy iippeim'il un the ]ilni' lives
with which the (liiverniiH'iit Is trying tn
rciiffnrcst the lslm d, and lasted for two
months, Slnllnns wen- cslnlillslied when'
the cntei'pllllll'ri were., rocolvod mid juild
fnr liy weight. Tills method Rooms to
have boon suooossful. It Is estimated that
D-i.lXW.UXI   liiwcts   were kllled.-Londpu
Public (Iplllinll.
THE WORLD DO MOVE.
flini cotton Is the basil of the new
smokeless powder Invented hy Prof. Mun,
roe.
Women are forbidden by ordinance
from wearing divided skirts In KI Paso,
Tex.
Playful juvenile wngs have lauglit the
monkeys in the Jnrdin des Phintes, Paris,
to smoke cigarettes.
According to statistics women to-dny
are two inches taller on an average than
they were twenty or thirty years ago.
A thin parchment called "glnsslno" has
just come into use as a protection to the
covers of Isioks. It Is glossy nud transparent, and very durable,
A Krenclinian has Invented a street car
or omnibus driven with gearing from a
treadmill attached Jo the rear of th.
vehicle and supported on wheels. The
(inrse therefore rides while ho works.
The dentil rate among little children ln
New York city, which luis been steadily
increasing, has shown a decrease of moro
than ten per cent, since tlie Inauguration
by Nathan Straus of his sterilized milk
charity,
INDUSTRIAL AND STATISTICAL.
linlsliiK peppermint is the lending Indus.
try of Wayne county, N. Y.
The coal production of 1MB In the United,
States was valued at t37,0IKI,OOO.
It Is estimated that there nre 75,000,00a
dnm of nil kinds III the United Htntes.
Tlm knife of lhe assassin in Italy closes
the career of IKI persons out of every 10,000,
BORROWED MIRTH,    .
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABU1
Camp Fairview, B. C.
Fortune Teller—Your husband will be
rich, handsome nud clever, Brown (to
fiancee)—By Jove! wnnilerfull How did
jhe guess III—From Sketch,
Mint,.no—Don't yiiiievergosslp or talk
icnniliil? Woman Hater—No, I never die-
cuss uoni'ii,— N.Y. Journal,
Mrs. Hale (Just married)—Morla, wo will
have eels us a second course lor dinner,
llnrin—How much aught I to get, uin'niiir
"I think twelve yards will be sufficient"—
Vogue,
Auinteiir Poet—It wns at the time when
my fiancee jilted mo ihnt I discovered my
uoetlo vein and— Good Friend—Yes,
yes; a misfortune never comei alone,—-
Fliegende Blnetter,
Ada—Flo wns just going down for the
third lime wlnn Br. Watson dived off a
vaclitnnd cnuglit her. Grace—And saved
herllfel Wasn't that wonderful! Ada-
Yes, fora doctor,—Life.
Mistress-Did you tell the lady I wai
oni? Word—Yes, m.i'ani. Mistress—Did
she seem to have nny doubts about 10
Ward-No, iua'mn. She. said she knew
jiou wasn't,— Harlem Life.
"But what Is this new itory like!"
*'Llke? Never wns niiythiiiK liko it. Thnt'i
the reason It's so delightfully nb-urd, don't
you know. There isn't a natural character or nrahnlilo situation in it. Oh, yon,
must rend It,"—Boston Transcript,
THE ORIGIN OF THINGS.
Gilberts Resort,
OKANAGAN LANDING,
MoAUJ.lllY  ti (J RANT, Pl'r>p»,
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING.
TlUlltonnu.Y COMKORTAHMt,
--Kiwi-class—
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . , 7
MOUTH OP ItOCK CltKKK.
EC.   Plttcii-iuiffJi,   atgr,
KlIIST-Cl.Ass  ACCOJIMODATION   loll QUkgTB,
GOOD STABLING
^'Kxcclleiit b'lflhliiff on Kettlo ItlvoixfiV
Ten.
i'lnglniii,! QOpHUniOfl   tVX),IAX)  potimls   or
ahout ^000,000 jallons of tea capli day,
Which ty as much as is usctl hy the n^st, of
Europc/i North iyul Soylli America,Africa
ami Australia coijihlut'tt, 'fht;. kivcii wo,
or fonnor days l(im ajniofit; t)eAS(ji) to Isj
known, while the jjwnukay, Uywui, ami
r :; ]j,i\i'iU>r ivns an' seliluin heard from.
Uiilin only Hiijmlii-H oiii'-lwelfth of the
[;'•■»;*iity, tlie resl coming from India and
(■•ylon. The Indian tea goee half as far
ttf-.til) an tlm t'hiiHM' as regards color aud
flbitr.
Tlie design of the American flag was pro-,
kably borrowed from the family aims of
Gen. Washington, wl^ch, cotiBisted of
three ntsrs in the upper*< purtien and three
bars across tlm escilteheon,
Watches originatud ^t Nuremberg iu
early «h 1477. Th,ey were nt first called
Nuremberg eg^ which tiiey resembled
both in shape ami •'#■ T',By wuru °"eu
fitted hitu the tops of wajking-sticlcfl.
The first English i«*wk on Btenography,
so far no kimwii, van Written hy Dr. Timothy Bright in 1JSH. Its earlier Invention
le attrlbuttd to, t,!.v I.,Hti,u pout tiiuiius, to.
genera, Clet-ro and auverul Others,
OuiiRuri' Hiiitl tu. h.i\«> been imcd hy the,
Chinese before the, begtujitugot tlie Christ-
if a era. Th- oldest dajt'd pi-ce of Euro-
tt*an an lllery bears sn Inscription deolsrn
tag that the l»iiii was n\fW III lilOil.
Marine inaiiranoe was.practice') In Home,
B. C. 45. It was vtry geiirml in Europe,
before the diHcoverr of America, aud It is,
Altogether probable thnt the ships of Col-
ambus were insured, ter their full,
Taltia.
Coats of arms wer,i» first employed in,
Kh^'UiiiI during tbe reign of Kichnrd 1M|
nml b.camo hereditary lu fnniilies iu the
following century. They originated from
the painted banners carried by knights,
iyid nobles.
RELIGION AND REFORM..
ARMSTRONQ   HOTEL,
If. KEYES, Prop,
Gum]   Act-lllllllKKlllliol),
Hest Liquors mid Clgatv,
I''irst-('hiss,<itiililin(f>
^ARMSTRONG, B, Q,
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL
KETTLE   K'lVEl*^, H, C,
Stupes to Mnri'iis, Wash., nnil
Midway, li. C.
Every Attention Given to Guests,
J. L, WISEMAN. Prop,
FOR SALE
OKAtUGAH MISS1W,, E. C,
This Is n splendidly (liilHlinr houso IhhIiIi,
and oul, almost new, ivltli (food stable anil nut.
j liiillilliius. ia centrally located In tho valloy
I unit i'iiuiiiiiiiiiIkii Kood trade, tl wliuuls mi lit*,
iiiiii Kri'ilinl'' nl two nml a luilf acres in extent,,
nml Ihu good liivutnioiit.
ALSO fl FIRST-CLASS,
BLACKSMITH SHOP
Willi
C0MPIE.TE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Thls.btiI^l^istwotsti9|KiKl(Witfi and Simula
on IIk (,1,-tti ground of half iiii acre In OXtOtlt, audi
1s Iii a .,Mii;;,(,oiiliiiLc bUBlllOSS |miil iuu.
Kfiy, 'BJV^IK Al'I'LV to
Jd>. N^'isOUsoN,
 ^ANA(JANMlHHII)N\
louis;
-: A11 iirili'i'.s |iiinii|i|.|y llttciuled, tu:-.
Grand Forks, B.C.
The rate of growth of the Christian! In,
India Is more than double that of thi
population.     rn-
Ground will blbroken this fall for tin
erec'l.'ii of the ilim-il: .u MettiodUt uul,-
versity nt WiiBhingtoii.
\'\W SALE
160 Acres of land.. AH Meadow.,
BKTWEKN sixty uml Beronlr Acroi clcnri-il
nu.I lltiiiitiMl.  Six lilllos irinii l'iiin|i Sic
Kiiiini,.  Une Mile from wft.'Kiiii road,
.il'lir, ADVA^CK QKWfiSk HE COMING REVOLUTION.
THE
iii dia-J
Tlia following paper  was  rend  by
('apl. Adams on Sunday evening Jusl,
'in which tin.1 pi'incipiil causes of many
'of tlio social evils of the present day
'Vera dealt with, lis explained by a
writer of recent ft work, entitled '.'The
(Joining Revolution."
1   "The press is teeming willi writings
upon the Boeial and economic quest Ion*
'of the day.   Now pi'opl'uVts arise, and
''with all tin' rnnlidcncc hegol ten iif lit-
^('n'si'Vulrtii'tiun; priii-l.-iim a gospel of
'reform.   II  is   importnnl   to   listen
'in each voice,   for   It    is   seldom
'ihal.any writer fails to  make some
Itriie criticisms of the present state of
'society, or to suggest  some sensible
'remedy I'nriil. Ii'iisl a porliun nf its ills.
Among Ilm hit est .issues of Iho press
is "The Cmiiing lii'vuliitiiin." by Hen-
■ry L. Cull, published  hy Tin* Arenn
('iililishingt'uiupany. llistuii.   A roll*
lii'iisi'd ahstrael of ils Ideas may prove
of Interest (o'snlile, wlui have nn't tin
'(.hue iiiiriippiirluiiily In rend the hook.
The hook coinuieiiroH liy  picturing
i.ilo struggle fur cxislence,   Ihe  siilfer-
li'gtif Ilm musses, and Iho growing
conviction Hull lliere musl lio n  rem*
1'ilj.   lor sin li  I'liiiililiuiis.   Imliislrial
'slavery caniiiil long CO-OX IbI   willi  political freedom,   The | pie are atliii
all lhe giivei'iiiui'iil. ami hold lin1
means of linproveini'lll in llieir own
hands,
' The reason why so many fail In so
pure cotuforl In I he struggle for exist-
i,;ji*e is shown In lie due In lliiisuperlni'
'cunningof BOIIIC, wliieli enaliles Ihem
'jo Mii'itre Bpccilll privileges, und In
|l,i,iiio|)ulii'.i' an undue share nf I lie
jiatural oppot'lunilies which sliould lie
ipen freely lu every user. These privileges are the iiilii'iilanee uf rlclies thai
pthers have acquired; the monopoly ul
'land and mines! lhe eluirter uf hiinks
to'recetvo deposits aud horrow money
from tho government for one half per
Ct|l|t,, which they lend mi Interest of
from six to twelve per cent.; the building iintl handling uf railroads; the con-
irrtl'iuiil plunder of markets by speculators and trusts; llie giving uf frail*
l-liises In corporations to supply public
ii'eeils al. exorbitant private gains,
These are lbe chief means I'm- thciiecu-
niuliitinn nf large furl lines,
1 Tlie author gives clear Btiik'iuents of
the evils arising uniler each nf these
jieads; lull as we are all familiar with
the ill effects of monopoly, we look to
see what, remedy be proposes,
! The law of freedom is said lo be, froi
government securing equal righ's hy
Insl institutions; und it is hy unjust
Institutions, sustained hy law und custom, Ihnt the greal irregularities of
condition between the rich and lhe
poor arise. Less than thirty thousand
persons, it is said, own one half nf lhe
rut ire country; anil il is safe tu say
that less than unc-huiiilreilth part of
the population owns practically I he
whole of it, To llie suns and favorites
of Ihesn in e.cli gem ration, all this
Wealth descends.'''Mint men want,,
iiiul have lbe right tu ask, is tliu free
iise of the world, not the free gift uf it.
The proposed remedy is Ibal ibe estates of deceased persons, instead uf
being gratuitously given in so-called
heirs, should he distributed ns a part of
the regular money supply uf the nation, But a limit might be fixed su
that no hardship would happen tu de-
bcndenls. $100,000 inighl \\e proscribed as thp, maximum which can descend
frum any nne person, and $50,1100 as
the maximum which any one pnrsoii
can receive by inheritance. This would
leave all moderate possessions in be
distributed us now, but would prevent
Hie further concentration nf greal
Wealth.
' Occupying ownership, is lhe remedy
for laud monopoly, Let. no one own
inoro land I ban he can use. This remedy may be effected by ihe single lux ;
nr bolter still by the graduated land
tux; ur it might be cnuliiind lu prohibiting futuretpefiilation in land, and
let tlie reform nf inheritance correct
pivseivt'evii.s as in laud already uwued.
i 'jf|iB {linking system shuuld be abolished nnd let the gnvei'iuni'iil haul ils
motley lo the people nl cosl, us il. lam
dues In tlm bankers. The average
gains ({('industry are said lo ho only 11
tier cent, per annum; nud il is ihohigh
interest charge due In the monopoly uf
,'iiuuey lhat causes the large iiiuuunl uf
iiatiKi-uplcy.
Thu iixlorliiin of transportation Is to
he overcome by the gnvi'i'iiiiieiil.'s operation and control uf public highways.
This would save lo ibe people I lie en*
orinoiis foi'tiinns nf railway kings, and
IhelViiptu uf liuilillng piirullel nml uu
hi'ssary lines.
' The 'plunder nf trade, lhe aiilhur
Would remedy bv placing lhe 'pirates
of Industry'under I he biin of the law,
Jo that the pri uf nruducls und supplies should lie fixot| by free poinpolb
(Ion, without Interference'or control
liy speculator (IP I anal.
Tlie nhuse of corporal ions |n to be
overcome by initidelRal m- national
control 'of flic supplying nf public
heeds. The people,themselves, should
iniiiingo 'their own public concerns,
tell cnriiuriltiuiis as eiuil.iuiio'ii'tu ex.
isl should admit labor tu a just share
nf profits; or new corporations should
be created on Um oouipuiiitlvo plan.
Thus, by the abolition uf large inheritance, lhe free ua, (.(land, inuncy and
N'liiispoj'titiqii al file mere cost to the
nutinii', plllilic cnni ml uf all supplies
thai in llieir nature admit nf monopoly and lhe co-opt'i'iillvn production ami
llutt'lhiifloti uf ihe minor dhersllied
Bli! ;■.'.'.-.';
         _r       -,-, '-^; -~,nr^.:,u-^.r.-r..-± •• :~"-l.1a.—aj..' -.trrrm
S.   A.  ij II ATF()1( I),
D1$Y GOOD§ AND MILLINER
V E Is' X O N
articles and   needs,  llie preset!
tinction between capital ami labor will
be abolished
This revolution is in be achieved nol
by force hut by votes.
As |6'(lie money question, Ihe author say's, Unit whether ilia circulation is
increased hy the issue of greenbacks
or Ihe freo coinage nf silver, if this circulation Issiill j(,ft witli the banks In
hoard ai. pleasure; labor and industry
till Iiu liiii-ileui'il wilh inleresi
charges greater than lhey can hear,
and the lienelll, will In' trilling. Su
wilh lljo tariff. The tariff Is a privilege created by law, anil nn govern
incut should say whal ai licles du and
whttldn nut need proleo'lon. Hueh
interfurance with lbe markets is guess
wurk uinl prutliiL'Cs injustice. Tins
privilege sliunlil lie abolished. Hu!
neitlier tuiiiiey nni-larilV reforms can
permanently bring relief, while lhe
righls of men are everywhere trampled
underfoot, and llieir liliepties and even | ———————————    —      r- - _
their nves saeriiiced to privilege, creat* j Armstrong Sash and Door ractqry
The Only Store in the City tliat Has a Cou^ilete Line of Ladies' Goods.
lu DRESS not His wejiave au immense assortment, with all the Latest Trimmings tp match.
In Ml LUXURY we arc sure we can please you, as we haven first-class
milliner, and can give ynu the lalest in lliuse goods at piiees never before heard uf.
Our HHKssMAKKIt has hail largo oxooripnee nl. tin. liualncffl, uml a perfect tl! |s guaranteed
providing you send tliooorreci measure.
liiiiu'iiilii'i- wc curry ovorythljig that a lady requires, and cnn save you niuncy If you send your
orders in us. Sond one tn'il.iy and lm convinced,
TIlllMS CASH Wl'l'll ORDER.
QAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
PUPWITURB,
A 3-INCH PUMP
Foj»   Sale
Will Work at 50 Feet or 300 Feet.
Complete with Pipe anil Brass Working Barrel
All RTe-OT
Will Sell the Same Cheap For Cash,
ALL   KINDS   OF
(I v oni
VERNON. B. C.
ail by law.      m	
t- 9 r
Record of n Mineral Cluim nml Us
Hum! I	
A recenl decision, delivered by Ilis
Honor Judge Spiuks al Nelson, in thu
case nf Sini'ieek v. Ital Inllilrl,.  "ill  in
pcnl.aliiliiy have 11 ffecl   nf set*
tlluga point, which for sniiiii lime
past, has been one fm- discussion among miners, Two OP three like cases
have cropped mil iu tills districl re
cenlly, which llie decision jusl rondo]*
nil may pievenl from coining Into
('mil I.
Tin- Iirsl purl nf section Slot lhe
Mineral Ail reads thus
"Any I'.ee miner having duly Inenl-
oil iiiiiI recorded n mineral claim shall
liccuiilli"! In hold ihe snme fnnn the
period uf nne year fnr the reciil'dlng of
the same, and thence from year l"|
year, without the necessity iii' re-re*
cording."
Ill lbe case In.fnri- I he 1'nui'l, I lie enn-
lention of Slrobeck was. ilinl llel.lal-
lack bad mil recorded his nssessmenl
work within a year from the date nf
leciiriliiig Ilia claim. Tn give au instance, iu tills case .the claim was recorded tlio8l.li day of .May, 18111. ami
the assessment work uu the 8th day uf
May, 181)3,1 hereby giving rise li> the
question, wh.e.11 did llie yearly lease,
which ciiiuineiiced uu the8ih nl' May
expire.
The Judge liy his decision, has left
no room fnr further liligiitiun upmi
ihis p.iinl, fur he says thut a mining
lease dues nut expire, mil il lhe anniversary uf the day il. was laken uul ill-
suexphes. Therefore Hie lease laken
.niton IheSlhduy uf Ma;,,, 181)1, did
uul expire until Ihu end nf the Slh day
uf May following,
Those of our miners having locations,
as also those whu have mil, locutions,
but are desirous nf obtaining some,
should read, mark, learn, and Inwardlydigest the above decision, and having duly digested ii, govern themselves
accordingly,
. *.
Ronowoil Activity.
The must encouraging reports uf returning prosperity come from all
sources, more especially frum llu* eastern .Slates, where lie biirest indications uf renewed mi ivily ui trade is
tlie advance ill wages, which lias been
voluntarily made liy the large Industrial institutions lo their employees
within Iho lost month or twu. Ii is
estimated Ihal an advance uf It) per
cent, iu wages lias linen tendered oyer
l,pi,000nion, and nl. 'he same time
nearly all staples have advanced in
price, nnil more especially is litis sn iu
lhe steel and Iron industries,
 4 .4	
'Llle Hiiiiuil l.i'uiilii'.r, T.rlHlo.
Fur Hie Iirsl lime in several years,
nearly every lumber mill is running
full lime, and several nf the larger
nnes are in operation nighl anil day, sn
fast, are the orders ciuultig in.
The great Improvement in trade
whicli has brought about this condition of affairs has already caused lhe
nianul'iielurers to decide uu an advance
In prices for eastern sliipmeqla, nml il
Is probable, that a similar step will lie
taken in regard In cargo Bhipments,
both coastwise and abroad, Large or*
ders ere continually pouring iu, nniutyg
them being mi,, fur 1,600 carloads,
equal in 15,000,000 feet, received hy
Stetson and Post Mill Oo, of Seattle,
The result nf Ibis Improved ilenniii'1. is
tliat lhe Furl, Bhtkuly ami Tacoma
mills arc running night and (lay, ami
will prolialily continue to do so for nu
liideilulte period, tut orders eouie iu us
fast as ul hols mo filled.—Ex,
. *•.
Illllll nn l.iuly Numeral-*,,
Linly lluury Suincrsol wns tilwonl,
through indispiisil inn, from nne nl   llie
women's meeting's in London recent ly,
Mrs. Oruilstoii (Ihitnt, of lhe Empire
fame, thus sotnewhat awkwardly apnl
igized for Lady Suinciscl's absence!
" Dear Lady' Henry." she suid, "has
been uvcrwiilka'l,' and we must, nf
rnur.se, be direful nnl tu kill I be goose
thai lays lhe gulden egg."
NOTICK.
Till! LlNVIILN  MlNISllAL I'l.AI.M.
SituatenU'untVul (Jump, Kottlo llii-n- Mining
Division, Yalo lllntrlal.il. tl.
TAKK NOTICB that li John Hiovoos, froo
minors carlillcalo No. 115,2(10, for myself,
nml is iwm for Iho ostato of Matthias rim Ier,
uml llonrv W'hllo, froo minors' cot'UtloaUi Nn.
AIIIH0, Inicnd sixty days from llie tfalo hereof,
apply to (iia (Iold Commissi r for a oortlll*
cut', ut iuipi-ovomcnts, for tho purposo of obtain*
itilln Crolvu gronl of {lie aliovo claim.
.An.I fiii'llior toko nolieo. thai adverse claims
musl liuseiil In tin- (iniil [Inuilnissloucr uml
ml inn coinniiiijced utifpro thu IksuAuco nf Biioh
Oprtttlcitionf iniproveinonls.
Al.l, KINIIS HI'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured un thu Premises and Kept jn Stock.
Write for Prices to
■   ■   I   I  I
a   .    !    ".-■.i
Kit
.. .,-  15 i   ill   .
Us
|M. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
'ar, I;}-':', mmmm
ID WAY
'i
%
Jtp iliila 'iti-iti- si
air- u. i. *tx"a- o'
'■ Railway, Mining and Agricultural j
Centre of ale Kettle River
Country.
Hardware and Stoves
Cheaper than tlie Cheapest!
Better than the Best
AT THE STORE OJ?
W. J. ARMSTRONG
HARDWARE, TIN AND STOVEMAN.
-v-EiMxrour, s.o.
X>. O. Boi,127.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L't4
Vlotoria,   33.  O
AftBICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AGHNTB FOIt
Brantford ® Binders § and® Mowers
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOB r.UlTllTLAKK Ai'i'l.V TO
R. C ADAMS,
Montreal, 1'. O.
  .r!'i
Till: BEST IN TIIHMAKKI.T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &o., &o,
WAREHOUSE AT VERKON.
C. X*. Costei-ton., J3Lg*en."ti.
W. H; NORRIS,
Midway, li. C.
■ «lj
■a
St,    ' s
ft
■	
.,:.    i     ;..,.!..;    .;. .i:\   i.ru[  ,14   ft !|.;!-:1   ..-»■!'  --a   ■]:■■■]. -a- ft ft H>) t'tB
HI
r-ite
i- Ki
Feed and Sale Stables.
Having hikeii ovor Ihu stables uf Gallagher k Klevensun, anil thoroughly nvei
hauled and refitted the promises, I am prcpiirerl In meet the demands
' nf. (.ho public,   I have un hand a cn-niiiiele stuck nf new rigs,
(dntible and single) fur public use, nud also n good lot
uf well broken carriage anil saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see the country would tlo well to call.
Sooil Single Eriveps,      M Doubla Dpivers,
Good Saddle Horses,
Ladies' gently double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Ilursiis bnarilcil hy llie week nr ninnlli (box slalls if desired),
Nurses liiuLcn In hnriiess, and burses and entile snid on commission,
Hi'iiler ill liny nnd grain, wholesale and  retail,
ir.1C4-ji.-n-. ...a*,.- Ci' MiliM.'Ci *Oixxd 'jL'.s.-o 1!> -lotl StB.'O.a'iH
W. GARDNER, Piioi'iuKToii.
Unptmlto W. K. Mchuw'hH!
I'oaL OHIl'o Unx 137
Note. -TillshIaIjIo will In-run Mrlclly (ii-fiL-cliiefl hi ovory pnrliciilni*. My drivers aro nil (roo
iiiul i;i'iiilc ili.^inviiiini, uiui iiu' nuwi rtuniblo slflok tl)o markol oan Ikpiluco, Specialattoiitlon
in ii'iiii'it'ht (.ratio and to boardorni
^i. All kinds of heavy toamhig promptly it lion iled to,
imiui ;j.tmltia --1*111*11, in ■■li-tmm, it* w jr.r-rw m*~ *.»j» *mn*rt-ir-*ii«i in' u——■**■>■! mifii—i-a—
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C,
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
Nn Tt'Quble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Char-ges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        c        -.       Good Stabling.
GEO.   HE.   SFBOULB,
BLAGKSMIITH   AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING   AND   GENERAL  REPAIRING,
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
 Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, PaIRVIEW, B. C.	
Hi
.il this l!iir:l ilny uf. I lino, 1805.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(',. (.). S^TJKSON, Prop,
I.'AIUVIKW, B, 0.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stoptiinp; Plaoe for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (nil paid up) $12,000,000.
HEST     6,000,000.
Sill DOWALU A. SMITH, Pres.     HON. GEO, I'l. DIH'.MMONI), VIco-Pki
B, s. OLOUSTON, (iKNKit.u, Manaqeb
SAVI1VG-S   BKAITOH,
1UTB0F IN'l'KltKST AT l'llHSHXT 3j I'KH CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
llianchus in Loudon, lOng., New York and Ohieugo, and iu all lliepiiiieinal citii
inOanada,   Uuy and Sell Sterling Jilxelui nge and ('able Transfers,  Ornnt
enniuict-cialaiiillraM'llingereilils.ai'aiialileiii any pari of'. he wnrld,
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
iiii\nciii.-,s is itniTisn eOLOMliu :
VANCOl'VKIi     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER,
VKTOHIA    ....       NELSON
'aaran Hnicli : 11. A. llliNHM : Manager.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED,
HUNTING PARTIES
VERM : MM :k:
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all liinds of Feed always In stock.
Rolled Oats, GaIntent, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigar*.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VKRNON, 13. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Singe Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tie Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON.
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Forks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a.rr-,., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at, 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE,
M.MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Grand Forks, B. O
E§,A.m3S   HORN   HQTEI.,
LTJMBY, B. (!.
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