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 THE ADVANCE.
£_£/ ^g-lc
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Vol. V, No. 10.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 6. 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M. D., C. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     : :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS,*M. D., C M.
VKHNON. H. C,
Latk or
It. Thomas Hospital,
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
VERNON, B. C,
Graduate oi McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale,
J T. MoLAREN, M. D,, C. M.
' Graduate of McGill Uoiversity.
Office: Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
W. M
, COCHRANE,
Sol.ICITOB RlU'KEMK COUIIT,
Notaiiit Public, Conveyances. Ktc.
Office: Gilinoro'H nluek, Hnmni'il Avenue,
VKHNON.  • 11. C.
pRED, BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ete.
Office: Martin's Block,
Vernon, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND 8OLI0ITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC,
vkuson. n. e.
J    R. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND  FORKS   ....   B. U
poiiBKS M, KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.O.8.C.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VERNON, B. C.
T  E. OROWKLu
THOMSON ST., VrfllNON,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VKHNON, U. C.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
laand Hnr-resror.
Mein. Amur Sue. Ir rig. Kegs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,'.
■ VKRNON, II. V.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Haps and Plaas of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. O. HAAS,
MIMING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    Bfos.
JJSSAYEBS AND CHEMISTjj
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
M1I1WAV, 11. c. UHEKNWono, 11. c.
THE ANACONDA CELEBRATION*
23
Dominion  Day   Patriotically   Keptl25
By the People of Boundary
Creek. A Large Crowd :...
PENTICTON HOTEL
.1. Tiiurher, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stauk Connection with ti. ti. Aberdeen to
Fairview, OSoyoor, Boundary Creek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
Am. Ahranuements Made for Providing
Guides and'Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Good Boating ami Fishing.  Row and Sail limits for Hin.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS,
n Attendance and a Splendid Pro.
gramme of Well-Contested
Sports. The Ball.
Indian Queen, fractions!, Brown's 20. Samson; I). Sic wait nml  ll.  ,\,
rump, J- A, Elliott, lti'inli'll.
Hai tie   Green,   Pass  creek,   A. [29, Ethiopia; D, Sti'wnrl  mid  O.  A.
Ohnppell. liaiitlrll.
Little Volcanic, Brown's camp, H. 20. LuloiT, Wake,
A, Henderson, —► «<
Little May, Eholt creek, J.Ganetta i
Emilia, Eholt creek, ,1. Gaiietlii,
A PROBABLE SHIPPER,
The 1111111*. ia a good out' nml so it, tin
Hottaii. Ohrlstlnn lake li. Decry , , ,
..            _, .  ,        ,       •   iinui', su suy nil those who make lucii-
Scnnflinitv tin, Christina luke, A.   ,.       .  ,,     ,,     , ,  ,
llnil   of    Il.e    lliii     '.ukIiiiiiI    sttiintiil
Si
Dealers in Groceries, Ury Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM        AN D   BACON    .
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE,
WOOD,   CABGII.I.   Oc   OO..
A—tTMX—.TXtOT!4r_r.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k Mc-LEOI). PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete.
All Kinds of Factory  Work  Kepi in Stock antl  Made to Order
Coast  Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kliuls of Lumber, I.i,Uin and Shingles Kopt In Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.  Sash and Door
Factory on ti. P. R,, Vernon,
M. 11.111111*11-. 11. T. IIOWIBON
BOUNDARY OBBMK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-ronnwooil City, B. ('.'
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
'Thorough Acquaintance with the Kettle
Hivcr uml Hoinulnry Crook Mliilnp"!
District*.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   XmXNXI
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at l P, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P, M
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p, M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
 is	
SPWIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   D.   raORBI'tON',   PBOPRIBTOR,
From all parts of lhe llislricl  people j 25.
congregated at Anaconda on the Isl |
insii.nl. to participate in thu celebra- 26.
lion of Di.ii.inion Hay.   Allhntigh the I
several spur! ing events were liiiled to 25.
coniinencealioul noon, yet early in llie 2(1.
morning strangers liegan lo Hock into
the town, coining In and upon every j 2"
cunceivulile description of vehicle and
animal, and Lent upon having a jolly | 27
good lime.   It   is useless to say the
town pn spilled a  festive appearance, 27.
as that will readily lie understood when
It is stated that a line street had lieen 27,
graded for the occasion, which was
Icinpiiraiily converted Into  a    race 27,
course; avenues of trees luui   been
planted; bunting was   Hying    from 27
mast-heads- Ihe fronts of stores were 27.
bedecked wilh evergreens, and inside
and Hillside of hotels, and oilier dwellings, were mottoes bearing   words  of 27.
welcome to ooe ami all,   words  which
conveyed lo stranger and friend alike
a true rendering of Ihe sentiments of
those who al   present const.lute  the! 27
population of Boundary creek's mosl
thriving *and youngesl city, and who 27.
were glad to extend hospitality upon j
such an auspicious occasion. Although j 27
splendid accouiiuodal loo had been provided by the opening of new hotels, 27
the Anaconda and llie Palace, yet sol
great, a number of people congregated, i 27
every place ill (own was laxed  to  Its
full rapacity,cnlei'iug to their wants.     27
The Hrst event of llle day   was   the ! 27
4(10 yatd  dash.    This   brought  out
several horses,   anil considering  they 180
had In run slightly iip-hilli antl on njSII
track hurriedly  prepared,  good  timel
wns Hindi... A line sluii was had. it.td 80
us there was liltle opportunity    to
jockey, the best horse woo, viz Midget,
owned by Wilde and ridden liy Allen,
with Stone's Billy a Kuod    second.
Quite a lot of money changed hands on
the evenl,  as lhe  winner's hackers
found plenty who were ready and willing to fortify i heir ail verse opinion und
lay their money on  ilie other horse.
The   excileinenl,   anil  Ihe  exultant
shout that rent Ihe air as the favorite
came ih, winning the  lirst race ever
run in Auucouda, will never be forgotten by those present.
The second evenl, the saddle-horse
race of -UK) yards, was certainly a splendid ptt formalin', and resulted in O,
O'Neal's Madge coining lu first, wilh
Harry Wilcox's West Ho a close
second. The other events followed iu
rapid succession, such as the hoys pi.ny
race, 800 yards, which was won hy
McLaren's Kit, with Buliar's Maude
second. The 100 yard foot litre brought
several to the scratch, and occasioned
agoiid deal of exiileiiieul, and resulted in Pere Denis taking lirst money,
and 11. Spicer second. The girls race
of ilo yards was won by Alma Hopper
first, and Mrs. Elsie Fair second. R.
Spend, won the standing Ions? jump,
with a jump of 9 feet it inches. In the
shoulder stone contest, Rory McLeod g-
outstripped all coinpetllors and established himself lhe champion of the 2!)
Boundary creek counlry.
In lhe evening a grand   hall was oq
given in lho new Wilson Hall, and'thoj
liiill-i'tn.in was graced   wilh  tlle  pres* Ion
eniT of aboul thirty Indies, and a pro i
portionalely large number of genlle-Ua
men,   A splendid orchestra was provided, and as llu. hail had received the j
attenlion nf the decorators, lhe scene I
presented as the dancers ivenned their 22
way through the mazes of the quad-
rille antl waltz was an attinialeil one.
and one wliirh fui nislied much pleasure liillii.se who  look  pail  lliereln.
At midnight Ihe company repaired to
the Palace hotel to enjoy refreshments)
and as mine host  Hardy Is too well
known as a caterer to need ptaise ai. 22
this late day, it is needless In say 23
everyone enjoyed thoroughly tin* good ,
things placed before llieni. Afler sup* 28,
per dancing was resumed and kepi up 23,
until nbiiii tl o'clock, when tlie coin- 23
puny dispersed to enjoy for some time 21
lo conie lhe lingering recollection ot,
lhe lirst. Dominion Day Celebration i 21
spent in Anaconda,
on Ruck creek, and owned by Messrs,
James nnd Nicholson, For many
years past Mr, James, who Isipilleiiu
oltl iinter, lias worked upon ibe ill.I
England anil bus as a resull ni his
elfnits a shall down stone 711 feel,which
at lbe Imi lum has hliuwii hv crosscuis
U. Edwards,
Alsatian, Copper camp, 11. I,. Garrison,
Kankakee, Skylark ramp, S, Imk-
sler
Red  Cloud,   Pass   creek,   W,  II,
Harris,
Ited Heaii, Brown's camp, ('.,!., .      ,, ,
,„      ,    ,. ' i ii .em ol nre 2.1 li'i'l   Wide, which is ol
( liainbeiiin. '     , , , .,
,,   .,       ,, ,    ,   ,, a eliariiiier known as cupper sulphide,
Cariboo, Pass creek. A. Use, ,,      ,   .,      '',     '    .
.. ,,    i      , .,■ ,    currying gulil and silver,, una as well a
Pavuinsler, lleatlwnoil ramp, 1. A. .,     ,, .        .   .        „.
,.,.' ' i considerable proportion nl  zona    lin*
Williainsi.il. i  i »       .,
,.,,.,        ,.        .. ., , on- sampled lioin ilie i-uliu- slll'fncc ol
i orkslure Lass. .Siinntnt ramp, I, i.,        . ,
.... the vein analyzes perhaps beiiei tliaii
Harrington, ,    , • ,     ,,    ,*,■.,. •
_ ,.        „      .      ,       ,, , ■ a.iv olher Iiniiiil in lbe ihslricl, bul it
Oplur,    rriiciu.mil,     Greenwood ,.  '  , ,.        , ,..,        .,
1       ,  , I is not lioin llie average of tlle ore llle
e i iu. .1. Lin/, no. i,  ,     	
, ,    greatest   returns arc  ol laitu'd.     lbe
Justice,    Greenwood    can p,    ,1.      . , .    ,.
, i vein has a tlitec i...a slrenk nl very
Linzoii. I. .  , , ,,     .
,,,    .. ... „ ,, i high grade ore next   In lbe hanging
Woiiilbiirn,  Wellington camp,  ti. i      ,,,..,
., ,, , I wall, and il is lioin ibis tlieiiwiicis cx-
O, (rales.
,,,,.,,„.,.      . .      ,   ,.   : peel L'teat ri'iiiins when sliinpnl in llu'
Sutlii'rland, Christina lake, ,1. K,   '     , ,, . .   ,
,, .. smelter,    He lug a  sliiullv  sun-Iiuu
Kelly. . . , . , '  ,
,,.   *.,,   ...     , ,      ,   ,-   ,- n proposition, iiiillniii' ran In-1 iinc un It
Um, Christina lake. .1. k. Kelly,     I , ,.   ,.
,„ ,,     .„  . ..      , ,     ,  „  ,.' ,,      lbe tne in this llislricl  at  presenl. so
Teller, Christ ma lake, .1  K. kellv.  *
.,    ,     ...   ,,  ,,   ,  .. ,,,    .   '     oo  t luiilil   w len sbippitiL'  iipcrniiiiiis
Sl. Louis, Norlh Fork Kellle river,  "    h    '  '
,   ,, n ,,.,, fiimiHence, it it will In-sent In Kverell
A. E, Pel I ill. ,„ ,,    .
,      v    .,     ,,   ,     ,. ...     or   lac.una.    Hilling  sunk   In  wale.
Cincinnati.    Norlli    Cork   Kellle  ,      .
„ „ n : ii'vi-l. to sink deeper ivoitli  reiMiire lie
liver, II. R, liiirns. | '
,,,.,-,.,*..      ,   ,,        ,  ' instil iilloii   ul   iiiiiiii.im.   mite unci \,
Hani In Find, fractional, Brnwn s      , .,  .,
,  ,.   , i I and to itloiil lilts expense at oreseol it
camii, .1. K. Johnson. ! ,     ,        ,   ,,  ,
,,,,...       ,   „ . lias liccli tlccllli'd In stall   a   lonilcluli
i,iiiiu*i, tractional, Bn.wns camp, t  , , , ,
, ,„    , . Ibe creek, ami bv iiiiiiiuil' inlo   lie-
.1. lavlor.   ,     ,    ,■
„     '.      ,,       , ,,   ...  , blink  strike  llle ledge al   a depth ol
Superior, Browns camp, D. W.    ,      ,,„, ,. .
,..,, iiliotil ItKJ led anil at   lbe sainelliue
Dlllnti. . ,       ,   .    ,. , . ,
...      .     ... |, .   ,. . proi nle a iiiiiiii bn   I tic water, wbnb
Vicliirui, Wellinglon camp, A, B.
,    , I has alwavs lieen a sinii'ie ol annovatii'i*
Anderson. ,     , , . '     ,„
,,      , .,        , ,-,,,,     to souiiii*.    l.vo oilier  liauns aie nn
Cninel, li.iiwns camp, r.A. I'n.cli-    , ,,,...
,  ,   ,, i lie saiile vein, the \ lelorui, owiiet     IV
slal anil A, Oinon,
Blllfalo,   Meyers   creek.    W.   II.
C.nikle.
Tredwell, Meyers creek, F.Dotiald, ,
Topsey,   Meyers   creek,   W.   II.
0-mkl-*. v   .   ,        ., ,,
„.,,.,    ,, . ,     ,    ,,      ,       ftiilmlsi.il of t'n I    iiJcMli lev.
Hillside, Prior creek, .1,   Pounder.      „.    ,        ,       '    ,, ,
, ,   i      ,, - ill, i \\ Ol !, nil llle lllllll. I ll.'ls.inriiilv c.nu
ll'.Hlilala. Prior creek,  .1. Pounder • .
, ,  ,,      ., tneliceil, nn as  sunn   as   liic   vein   is
nml J, Spratl. ,-.,,,
,,      , ■   ...       ..,   • ,-     i ,      ,    struck, s opiugwi   be resor ed lo. mill
Miiiiulniii View, I brislina lake, .1,, ' ,   '   .•*..   ,.-»
., ,   . I In -ore  nun tic ri   i iiu-e nilc will be
I'. I,a llllllli.
ihe lln> lies csi.ie nml Messrs, Brash
and llaiittchy, antl whicli is mo. n I
being worked fin suine entisiiitr olher.
allliotigli it is a gooil propel iy, ami
lite 11..,nrai.ik... ulii li isiiwin il by .Mi.
Hunch.
sacked iiiul sl)i|.|i.'il as before   referred
to.   Thai which In* leliilileil llie sliip-
,.      iiii i      , ii       *,, . Iliellt of nre nnl   ui   'be   inliotl.    has
Crackle Jack,   i brislina   lake,   r. ■ ■
.,. t    . been the excessive frelghl clltirges, Inil
_       ft, ,.,.,.,      ii     -e   as these are mailiinllv   hp[uu   Insseiied
Brown Haiiuiirk, Chlistllin lake, 1. ,    ,',      ,
... '. no doubt others besides lbe owners  of
lhe O.'d England will lake adviiiilauu
TIIANSI'KIIS, l)ftjl| „,,,! i,y mIkiwIiik 'be Hillside
Sal.balh Day. J inleresi, It. Wood  Wl,-.|,| n,,.,.,. ;s ,„,. hi this secllim which
to W, L, D'Aelh, j will pay to ship, esialillsh ii repiilallon
Queen Bess, J inleresi. W. I".  Ilof-  |,„. n,,.',.,,, y it does not at tin. pres.
SO. Anilirnndacks, Chi ist ina lake,  M
:;ti
sielterio F. B. Gentler,
cnl iitnc enjny,
St. Louis, ,\ inleiesl, A. Fort bier lo ->•■«--
E.Perry. NtwciiAiirERs.
(!, 0. P., 1-6 Interest,  It.  Doiiagln
lo,l. Miiiiro. • Tbe following are so .1'   tbe new
Anchor, i Interest, C, A. Pelersun chaiiei* being applied for al llie presto M, Garland, lent lime lu lhe province!
Treasure, all interest, 1. G. Thump- , "The Kelowna Shippers'Union Coin-
son loT. McAuley, | puny, Limited Liability."
Sugar Loaf, J interest, F. (.'. B.iW* 2. The capita! slock of lhe Company
erinan to K. I'vans nnd D. P, .Mil- will be $15,000, divided Into 8,0(11)
cliell. shares of $6 eitch, with power to in-
Star and Crescenl, J interest., F. C.' crease in $f.0,000.
Biiwerinan toE Eyansaud D. P,     3, The lit if exlBlence lo  be 50
Mitchell. veins.
Paymaster, J Interest, F, 0,   How-     |. The principal place of business will
ei iiiiiii to I'l. Eyans and I), P. Mil-, he Kelowna,
chell. Tlie trustees who  will  manage  tbe
treasure, 4 Interest, F, (.'. Bower- Ulfalrs of the Coiniiauv I'm   the Iirsl
man to 1*1, Eva.is and  D.  P.  Mil- ihree nu.tubs, are ,llr B. Lcipiiuic, Mr.
chell. T. W. Stirling, and Mr, C.  S.  Smith,
Gray Horse, J inleresi, F, X. Gait* j all of Kelowna.
thier to J. Kndal. "M'liini Adams Mining Company,
Lady of the Lake, j inleresi, (,'.  L,   Limited Liability."
Tho,oel tn.l. Hieilfeliler. 2  Tin-.nn".nil nl   its  capital   slock
Mayflower, J interest, (,'. ,\l.Tobias-   will lie  $150,000, divided   iiii"   150,000
sen to G. W. Averill. shnree of $1 earh.
Lillo, all i rest, O. Johnson lo    .•■. 'nl(, •(,;,., „i   |l8 existence lo lie
T.Wake. .^ veins.
Free Coinage, 1 Interest, J, LnU'ei-     ■, ||S prliielual place  "l   inisiuess
lylt.W.N. lack, will  he In Ihu town of New Den er.
OBi-'ru-IO.VTKS ov WORK, 5, Tin-fulluwiligtruslees will iiiiiii*
nge llie concerns of lhe Compaiiv lm
Prince; .1.  .1.    Hlzgciald,  li.  T,   |||(.  „,„,   „,„,.   „„,„.   „ ,.,    (,
Crane, and W.'lriinsltnusky. Adams, of Midway I Wallei C, Adnins.
M"*sl)",|<'0'l"(,l smiatnlA.  ,,f San-Ion .R.,|h-|.|B.   Kerr,  uf   New
V. Downs, .. 	
22
Si
22, Liltle Bei'tlui; W. Kelclun, (».   |„
1,,0'Cot II v
(liiiiileison, ami A. V. Down,
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record ot Mineral Locations Iur the Woek
Ending June 30, 1896.
211. Broken Hill, Christina lake, It. B.
Gray.
25. Unite, Brown's camp, H. A. Hen-
demon,
25, Quickstep,   North   Fork   Kettle
river, J. L. Hoye,
2.*). Gold Bug, Brown's camp, W. K.
White,
Jumbo; 0. L. Giin.lrri.oii  mid   IV.      () -,,, ,   ,   f        u||.    ,,	
r   ie,' ll,. J
pauv is eslahlishnd oe a* follows :
To purchase, lake nn Ian*.., or min i-
, wise acquire,  and   pI'OBpi'cl,   explole,
Iron Cap, Nn, I; W. A. Glover.       L.„,.|i. „,,,.,.,.„,,, develop,  and   tut	
Silver Plume;  .1,  Newby  and   A.  ,„,,„„„,. ;,„v ,„i , tretnliferoii- lllllll,
1 "lll""'s* mining liiiliis. prospect ors' or olher
Period) W. J, Porter and,!, Farrell, ,.|aio,s in Ibi isl, c,il,i„,. i,.
Iron Clad; W. .1. I'm Ier. ...
Winning Onrdi 0, McRae. SCHOOL REPORT.
Queen Bess; A.   SleWllid ami   W,\
P. llufsleltar. Showing  Rank and Merit Murks Obtained
Arizona; A. Schrelle, ('.  MclJoii- During the Juno Examination.
Iiell, T,  W.  Stack  and   W.   .Mc-     Piiurlh Class, iiiaxlutuin marks WW
Cullock, Piiimoled  from   Jiuiioi    to   Senior
Four Ace| JamesSiitherlniid. Fourth, Jessie Murray, 813; Charles
Iron Capi J. Douglas. ft Melville, 830i Willie Melville, 7SU,
Brayfog|p| J, Sehofleld, T, Hardy,     Pi td. maximum   marks, 750,
and G. lli'iiilcison. 'from Second lu Third   Iteuder   Thro-
Florida; F.  X.  Gaulliier,    ,1.    L. dure  Kruger,  Till;   Waller   Melville,
Pelersun and J. Klnely, UU2| A ugusl Kruger, 0671 Willi.. Mur-
Mayllnwer; C. M. Tobinssen. ray. 521; Walter Murray,  IUU; Harry
Cupper king; C. B.  Slll'lg and  ,1.   Pall 'sl  1.17.
Hanly. From Second  Primer   to   Surond
Lllile K,; W. A iih, in. | Rentier, George Murray, Ilo.
Blue Hil'tl; (.'. ,Mallltir-0II. A  M. I BWIii, lea. llW. THE ADVANCE.
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Beef, Pork, Mutton and
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EDITORIAL NOTES,
The long looked for triweekly mail
service lielwei'ii Penliclnn and Grand
Forks has been Inaugurated at last,
iiiid as a eiinsetiuence we now feel perfectly iu touch wilh llie balance nf llle
World. .Sorb ii boon as Ihis service will
lie lo Hie llislricl il is haul lo estimate.
yet il. is safe I o conjecture thai nolliing
that could be ilnlie oilier 1 lmn the
liiiildingof railways, would exercise so
great an Influence iu hulldilig up and
developing ihu country, as this same
lllllll service whirl, has been enuferre.l
upnu iis, Now Unit communication
has heen established, il is In l>e hoped
that residents in lhe Boundary cretk
district whn are not able lo have llieir
wauls salislled locally, will Hull llieir
trade lo noritieri) and coast houses,
and by so doing keep Ihe money in
the country, thereby helping to build
up our fair province.
Just us soon as Ihe Liberal broom
can lie sel lu work, il is to lie hoped ils
influence will he fell in this province,
as Ihere me those in power in Ihe land
who should have heen swept from
their positions long ago. Had such
been done, il wnnlil, tin doubt, have
ndded Immeasurably lo the prestige of
lhe Conservative party, or at least lo
that party's now defeated local champion, Mr. Mia. Tli- po'UI depati-
muni should receive iuiluediate attention, and lhe much esteemed P. 0, Inspector's nfllclnl bead should be the
first lo fall inlo ihe basket. Such ac-
lion is I In- nnu c readily recommended,
as it would seem by reports u.tniog to
hand tliat this ollicial is already showing a disposition to tamper with lhe
rules antl regulations governing ihe
letting nl the new mail contract, whicli
lias su recently come into force in Ihis
llislricl. Tin* people who had courage
enough to shake the Conservative-
M<>i'l, dust from olf their feel, should
have courage enough to see Ihal those
holding official posltiiiusunder ihe I_.il.-
eralgnvernnieiil are tneu< whowill.il all
limes pay al rid atleiitioii to the dm ics
of I heir respect ive offices, and if Ibey
do nol, I hen see Ihal lhey are removed. Nunc Iuu men of good business
capacity shuuld lie allowed to ncctipy
official positions uudei ihe Llhetal
Government, and if sue!) a rule is ear-
lied iulu elfecl, then lhe past existing
slate uf affairs will uul lie repealed,
and as a consequence the coiinliy wi.l
be benefited thereby,
Thk latest election returns would
seem H. declare a much smaller majority for Ihe Liberals Hum was al firsl
expected. And yet, no doubt, when
all Ihe returns nre in, It will be found
Til ia Liiurier will have a good working
majority. In the Vale-Cirlboo.Koo-
tenay district, Mr. linstock's majority
over Mr. Mara is now stated as 815,
 *••,	
JUMPED HIS BAIL.
On tla-2111 h of lbe pasl month a man
hy name of P. (!. Bowerman was
tmiugli I. before W. 11. Norris. .1. P.
upon two charges, one uf being at
large iu Camilla, lie having escaped
from custody sl, Satuloii lasl winter,
antl lhe nther, nf being a vagrant,
•within iheiueaiiing of ilu. Ad. Severn! witnesses were examined, mid lhe
case adjourned until the 27lh, The
accused was allowed out oo a $7oO
cash bail and in liis .ran recognisance
to alike milium', Upon the ease being
failed tin Ihe27th, ll was found the
accused did not, respond and const'*
ipietilly the Imlil was forfeited, ami
lliu accused remains under lhe lum of
tlie law.
mrDellvsry wagon I.
till! licfglllliirlltiml.
III! I.i'vns unit ntin|i. in
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, B. 0.
General Heal Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A_r_aatt  a~oriw-
Tiie Royal Inbobanck Coy.
The London and Lancashire Finn
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Cot. he North
America.
The London and Canadian Fhie
Insurance c»y.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy of
Canada.
The Dominiof Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Sa vinos Coy.
GREENWOOD  CAMP
FREIGHTERS!
Purchase good haled hay at
Penticton, Finest quality and
reasonahle price*. To he had
at Mr. A.  H. Wade's store.
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds n( Wnrk Kxooutcil tt. tin. Satin,
-tuition nf CiiHtiaaitrs.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview. B. C.
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, H. C.
Estimates furnished upon application for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime and other material kept constantly on hand.
.!!■■—  .1    ■■ ■■IMW     WW    IP
A. D. V/ORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Pliotograpliep
vuiinox, n.c.
VIEWS of the district FOR SAlE.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H, KEYES. Prop.
Uood Accommodation,
Hest Liquors and Cigars.
First-Clans Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH ■ DOORS,
BOVBH AHD DBESSSO
—LUMBER—
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. C.
.. Tbe Gold Drop Boarding House..
Good Aeeoiiiiiioiluiion for Travelers.   First-clnss Meiils Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP,
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C,
Ymi ran now purotitwo cedar panol doors, bountifully made mid Bnlshod; window sash,
ititliH, shingles nml all ollior kinds of houso furnishings, at tho Okanogan Sawmill, Itmigh and
dressed lunibor constantly on hand, Orders from Kottlo Itivor district solicited mid prices
furnished upon application to
N. H.—Siwh uml Poors at Ooasl Prlpos, with Slight Advanoo tocmer cost of freight.
13.   Z.EJQ-02IM2E:,  PROP.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Till! Ono IlK.vtuio Mineral Claim.
Situate In tho Kettle Diver Mining Division
ol' Yale Distriet.
TAKE NOTICK Unit I. W. A. I'orbclt. freo
ininer's cortifi'iiiui Nu. Sim, intend, siity
.lays final tliu (lulu liurei.f. In apply In tliu Oold
Ciiiiimissiniior fur a uorllfloat* nf improromoiita
for tliu piiepoHo nf obtaining a crown grant to
tlio above claim,
Anil[further take notico,(ant adtmoclaim-,
iiiiwt be sentj to tho Uolil OiniiiiMiiner an<t
inil inn i-tiiiiaicnuctl before the issuance of taltl
cortlnoate uf improvements,
I nil eii this Ist day uf July, 1890. (;'
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
ATTEN HON
I havo a Splendid Atworttnont of
Df-wing Room, Dining flow,
.  .   . Library, Kitchen.
And Bovoral Sols nf
Bedroom Furniture
Fur fialt! al roABOItublo prlcos and on easy
terms of paymont lo npptuved pttrohaitorfl, at
my rosldonoo, Midway, un Inspection of which
Is solicited hy
M.  VV.   PALMERSTON.
NOTK ti is h r-Oby given that thirty days
afterdate I intend in make application
to tho I'olof coin mission or of lands and works
fur a license; i'i mil and carry away timber
fromthe following lienor!bed land*:
(' immowdlig al n p-isl aliunl (| miles cnni   ■■
uinl ai out | mile >th of the nurlli ensl corner  ll
of McCarronV preemption and runningotwtllfl '■
chatts ihcncosoiith phi chalntt, thonco wost60
cliiMiw, ihrnco norlh 100 chains to point of com*
wnncomont, A, Fisiircp.
Sited tots a fhdayof June. 1806. 13
•FOR SALE
PQtjyfl |i0JEL
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
This is a splendidly finished limine tiiflUle
and out,almost new, with good nlalde mid oni
buildings, Ik centrally located In the valley
and commands a (food trade. It stands on it*
own grounds of two and tt half acres In extent,
and isa good Investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building Is two storeys high and stands
011 its own ground of half ail acre In extent and
Ik in a commanding business pot.11 ion.
Knit TKHMfl Aiti.vto
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
KOOTBNAY AND VALE IHNTIMfT.
NOTICK iw hereby given that all Crown lands
not covered hy Minting reservations
situated within Iho following described block
are reserved la pursuance of t ho provisions of
lho"(Jolllmbin and Western Uuihvnv Subsidy
Act, 1800, provided that all Agricultural land's
inc uded therein whicli appertain InHoctlmiB
8,4, fl and fi of tho snid railway shall be open
fur solo or pre-emption under the I .m id Act, as
provided by section eleven 111) of Llie said Sub*
Bid) Act, vi/.:
t oiiiineiieiiigal a point on lho international
boundary situated sixteen (till tnilen east of
the xouth-uast corner of block 12 of the
Nelson and Furl Sheppnrd railway land grant,
being also lhe south-en-;! corner of Township
eight a 1811, Kootenay distriet {tliouco duo
west along tlio International boundary for a
distance of one hundred and tweiilv-four miles
(124) to a point about 1-3 miles west of Kiiuilkn-
I iiieen riveri thenco dun north ilftv-six miles
UMD; Ihonco duo cost one hundrod and twenty-
four mile-. tU'll to a poinl aboul 10 miles cast of
 b end ofsiociin hike; thonco duo south
to thu poiul of coinineiiciimeiit.
OKO. H. MARTIN,
Cmof Cotninisslutterof Lauds and Works,
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, 11. C, jih June, luM. U
S. A. UR k CO.
(Successors to it. N\ Taylor)
Chemists and Bruggists
Vernon, B. C.
lua'lm i'irat-lluss stunk of
Drugs, Chemical-),
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TD	
MAIL ORDERS.
1-OKTOKKIC1-: BOX 111.
KNIGHT & CO,
Vernon, C. C.
Butehops andPopk Packers
Hamilton k McSillvray,
Proprietors	
"West Hinil of \ /
Banuvi'd Avenue,   VERNON,B.C.
White : Help: Only.'
Fli-i.l-1'Iass in Erory Respect,
Kvory Comfort mul Conven'onco,
Free lltin to ant] from AH Trains,
A Cull Solicited,
Stable : in : Correction
F. B. JACQUKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. (J
tm The trade centre of the Grand
jp$ Prairie, Kettle river and
S Boundary creek mining and
S agricultural country.
_W
B( Situated at the junction of
0> the Boundary creek, Marcus
pS and Reservation wagon roads.
S Nearest point to the Colville
gap reservation mines.
mi       —	
M LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
JaHtSI Fnr prit-cs ntiil till iillii.riiifiirimtii.il apply to
ffl C. E. STUART -, - AGENT
JMLJi OARSON, GUAM) PRAIRIE, B, ti.
v^i^t^t^i^i^i^i^i^l&
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Copper Street, Greenwood City, B. C.
Meals    tBL-b    All    Hou-fs
C. GISBS, MANAGER.
NOXIOB.
TlIK I.KXINHTON MlNKHAL Ol.AIM.
Situate In Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale Distriet.
TAKK NOTICK ilinl [.John A. Con-oil, an
agonl fur .1. Taylor, freo inliirr'ti t-willli-alo
Nu. IKlll, nml llrii. VV. Itiiinuorxor.fr-'oiii'nor'a
cortltlealo No, Hill,    1, nlxty tlnvn from
Hi.'.Iii'i. Iiiirciif, I., apiily In llie Si llilng liciiirder
for a ftii'lllli'iitu ol liiipnireiiiniila, for tlio p.lr-
ppaoot obtaining a Crown grant, to tlio above
claim.
Alio furtlior tnku notico tlml action, under
iiciitiun ll", iiiiiHt bn i.uiniiuiiii.e.1 ln-ftiro the li-
1.11.111 ' *..<'!. cerl lllnil ii nf itiipriivenienti.
IlilltitllliiHfflllltlnytif Jliiy. iSiti. IS
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificiitc  of   Improvements.
HCTIOB.
The Goi.iibn lum Jlismtu, cum.
Situate,ln Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yalo District.
TAKK NOTICE thai [.John A. Coryell, aa
iigrnl fnr .1. K. Bobs, freo miner's uurtlll-
ruti! Nn. mill, lutein!, aixt v ilnys from the tlale
lioroof toiippiy in tlio Mining recorder for a
rial itlralc nf iiiiprt.ninieiilH, for llio purpose of
obtaining n i Irowil granl tif the abovo claim.
Am! further tnku notico Unit iiciinii.under
sootlon 37, st lm niftifuil before Ibo Issuance of such cortiflcato of Improvements.
Dated this 87th ilny of Slay, 1«W.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
99*007X0X1.
Tiik Nos mil MiSBIUl Claim.
Situate in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division or Yale District.
fAKS NOTICK llml I, W, T. Smith, freo
I miner s ictiilliatti No, infill, rn iigcnt fur
bo Itepubllo Blinliig l'n„ inicml. sixly days
Iiiiiii llu; dale lirrtn.f. to muily tu Hie Mining
'. ilerforaeerilfleatoof Improvements, fur
ho purposo of obtaining a Crown grant of tho
above iiiiiiii.
An.l [iirlhor lake nutiec that action, under
aiH'lltin :t7, iiiiisI be cpinmonceil before lliela-
illilliooof snob iTi'tilintltinf Improvements.
Haled lllis 27lli ilny uf .May, 181,1. 13.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oei'tlflcnto  of   Improvements.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JDST ARRIVED
-^"UPHOLSTERING*^-
MOTlOi,
Thk Last Chance Miskhai. claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK that I, W. T. Smith, froo
ininer's eei'lilleutc No. 70201, as aateitl for
the ltopnhllo Mining Co., intend, sixty days
from llu: dato horiaif. In apply to the Mining
Kceordor for a t-ciiitli'iite uf improvements, for
the purpose of oMalnii.g a Crown grant of tho
nliiive tilaini.
And further lako notico lhat action, under
.-.rtinii :I7, musl be .■n.iiiniince.t before the is-
suniico of smii cortiflcato nf Improvements,
Hilled lllis •fith tiny of Mnv, IM. 13
•*Jff£t-* • S'
TABLB
Showing tlie Dates mid Places of Courts
of Assize, Mai I'rius. Oyer and Terminer and tloneral Haul Delivery for the
year lNIKi.
KAl.I. APSIZKS.
Clinton Thursday tilth September
lliclillold Montlay, 28th Scptombcr
ICainloi.ps Slonday, oth October
l.ytton I'YIday, Uth October
Vei'iinn Monday, 12th October
New Wcslmislor Tuesday, 3nl Novomber
Viuieou ver Monday, Uth November
Victoria Tuesday, 17th Novoinbor
Nniiiiiiuo ';....Tuesday, ''Itb November
ROSSLAND, B. C.
VERNON, B.C.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Hniif-li I.iiinlier
Prom $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
Prom $1(1 to $ Is
Per Thousand.
Sond Your Order to-*v»»n. -
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Joees, Kelowna,
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
M'OKAN B
(I. 1 li i.x HclU.
A 1. I. S,
U';iKliii|ti|oi*|
25 bars soap $1.00
1 pound coffee $0.25
1 pound tea dust $0.15
Dry salt bacon per pound     $0.13
Send us your mail orders and you will
Save Money.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
CABSOW
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896*
NOTICE ih Iiornliy given that, nixiy <lay»
uri.Tilnic. I Intone! to amily to Llio Chief
(•onunUflloticr of Lund* and Marks, for ner*
iiiissinn to purolKUO Dii1 I'i iih mint,' ilesciilu'd
land, sliimic.il in tho BOttlhflrn imrtion of
Oiioynoa division of Vali: dtnj'lcl in the
Provinco of Ktilisli Coluinbln! C-'unuucucitiKat
a Hliiku marked Olto Dillier, nurlli went owner,
ndjolninu I ha norlh orhI aornor of tin- Dark
Horflo niliieml otnlni, adjolninif my ive-cinptfini
ofitiin. holng 1 "in im' of HooHnn l In towitslnn "ll,
WOtfl nf tint siMli itiiliiil iii'-i-iilinii, ilii'iici* atnilli
SOolmlna'fo MirHuiiiii botinuaryof Hui-I norilon
lliu1, [iH'inM'i'iiH'r'icliiiliiKiiloiiKmiiiUtu'liiinlfno,
thonoo norlli (0 chain*, llicneo wost 80 cliaiiw,
thonoo wmi h '.'iic'iniiiN, tiionca watt ^icliaiin t»
the plnoo of oojninoiiooinont, ivuitulniiu 160
ftorrri nmrc nr Irm, OTTO DILLIRII.
lUilcd 1 hin Mil. day nf M-ur.lHD, \t
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
N
QTIOK in horoby glvon tlmt nixiy dari
. . nflorOntfl I inlend tn nmilv lothoOhfof
CommlKKiiiiicrof l-atidHiiiid Worfti for purmlH-
huh tn purchono tin* I'lillii.vinj- iicsiTiiK'd land,
Kitmilcd in ilie aoiilhoril ihhiIhii nf IheONnyoos
I'IvIkIiui nf Yale I'Urki, In tho Province of
lii'iliHlit'nl lin:
Cominoncing al Hie nortti-woMt corner of Otto
Oillicr's pro-omptlon olattn, thonoo north 20
cjminn, thonoo otwl in oliftlns, thencu kouMi 2ft
chaiiiH, Mienoo went id cliuiiiK to Ilm place of
coTnmonocmont, bolnc tlm north half of tho
soiilh'WOat qnarlcr of HOCllotl !>, lownnhip 7U»
conlnfnliig 80oorofl more or loss,
J. W. HUGH WOOD.
Dated May 27,1806. 12.
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896
NOTiOKisliorohy glvon that 110 days after
date 1 Intend to apply to lliu Chief Commissioner nf Lli mis and Works for permission
lo purchase tlm following dcpcrinert land,
slltmted in Ilm southern portion of theOttoynna
division of Ynle district, in the Provlnoo of
ItritlHh Columbia, and more particularly described as follows: All the unoccupied portion
of the west half of sectiun 8, UiwnshipliH. and
all the miniviipind portion »f the east half of
secllon 7 township illl, eontainini; (Ul) ac:res,uiorB
or lew. M'.T. THOMPSON.
Midwiy, it, ('..Jane 15, tm, 11 r^— j  JI"" '  '       _ '   '    ' '_ *     . ■
METEOROLOGICAL BEPOBT,
tat in Louk 118" SO
Altitude, 1.800 feet above sen level.
Melting snow for week. .0 of uu inch; rain, 0.00
nsMi'MtA-rriiK non wkek bnoinq j.jlv ,.
Max. Min.
June88   96.5 m
"29   08 tii
"  30   90 I,
duly   1   91 14
"   2  88 io
"   3  Di 13
"    ,   98 51
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. and Mis, H. Murray returned
home a tew days ago from a pleasant,
trip to Vernon and llie coast,
Messrs. O. W. Haywood and L, H.
Jenns of Vancouver, have been making a tour of the district, and returned
home liy way of Penticton on Tuesday
last.
It were better for your anatomy lhat
you nil, down on a lack, than I hat ynu
broach lhe subject of a long, hot, dusty
ride from Russland to Osoyoos to cant
a vote, to genial Sir Richard.   Seel
A new arrival the pasl week waB
Mrs. F. Ketfcr, who with her sou came
hern direct from Liis Aogalus, California, Mrs. Krffer joins her husband,
who has the management of Cul,
Weir's liusiness in Buiuidiiry creek.
Crops in the district are Buffering
considerably foi Ihe want uf rain, and
in many instances will be ofliltle value
if lhey do not gel moisture soon. Up
north the farmers are inure fortunate,
as ou the 2ilih of lust iniiulh they got
some splendid showers.
Mr. Kruger of Osoyoos paid Ihe district a visit Ihe past week, and returned home after two or Ihree pleasant
days spent here, Mrs. Kruger and her
two suits accompanied Mr, Kruger, but
will return us soon us the summer
school vacation is over.
Mr. Wiilfeinleii, secretary of the
Okanagnn Flour Mill Co,, returned
north ou Tuesday's st,u.,*e, and before
leaving expressed himself ns well
pleased with liis trip to Boundary
creek. He wns able to make satisfactory arrangements with merchants
here wilh respect to the sale of the
(lonipnny's Iiran.l of Hour,
Tlie work in llie Government office
here has increased In such an exlenl it.
has been fi.und necessary tn increase
the office staff, Mr. .1. Brown of Penticton has been pressed intu service
temporal lly, and ii is to be hoped lhat
the (iiiveriiinenl will see III tu give him
a permanent appointment.
The ipiesl i.m is being asked on all
sides what is being done wiih a'l the
goods and pr..duee being brought to
the Boundary creek country at the
present lime. Dozens of four horse
trains ure nn Ihe roud, nnd each nud
every one seem to be kept busy. The
necessity for nil lliese tennis will be the
mure readily understood, when it is re-
,iii'iiibei-ed that all the produce raised
in our valleys has disappeared long
ago, a stale of ii If airs which necessitates produce such us hny, grain, vegetables, etc., being brought in from Ihe
outside, and in some Instances from
distant parts. As soon as the new
crops are harvested this truffle will he
greal ly reduced.
Mr. Lander, who a few days ago was
liitten by a rattle snuke is, we are
pleased to say, very nearly recovered.
A singular coincidence in connection
with this case, is the fact that Mr.
Lander always predicted that the first
rattle snake he would see in the country would bite llllll, and so it turned
out, fnr before even the snake was
seen it had bitten him. Mr. Lander
was engaged at the time liuililing a
fence on his preemption near Midway,
and having on a low pair of shoes got
bitten on Ihe heel of lhe right foot.
Fortunately near neighbors adopted
stringent measures and cut out lhe
wounded port ion of lhe foot, nod
whiskey nil libitum did Hie rest.
Plans an.l specifications for a splendid irrigation system for Midway and
valley have been prepared l.y Mr. .1.
A. Coryell, under lhe direction of lhe
Townsite agent here. The plans have
been forwarded io headquarters in
Montreal, nnd if approved, aud the entire system is laid down, Midway and
the valley will be mail.' to blossom as
a rose, Tlie water will lie laken from
Boundary creek by a flume and ditch,
which will have an easy carrying ea*
parity of Linn) millers' inches, ami
which will be froui ihe point of coin*
iiieni'emenl tu ils Junction with lhe
creek, shine four miles lung, lly this
system tlie Murray property, recently
purchased by ihe Townsite Company,
comprisinglllmlll 'Si) acres, will be
llu.roughly Irrigated, and when split
up Into small holdings should huve a
ready sale.
The school term closed and the holidays were opened with a jolly picnic
at Midway on Saturday week Insl,
given to llie school-children liy Miss
Lewis llieir teacher, assisted hy parentis
and friends, About! WO o'clock In the
afternoon the children congregated
neai the bridge over Boundary creek,
and Ihere enjoyed races, games and
other uuiuseiiienls usually delighted ill
by thein, at. whicli lhey won many
nice prizes, After Ihe games were
oyer a thorough picnic, spread wns
placed before all, (consisting ot viands
for lhe making of which Midway
ladles are justly famous), aiid thoroughly enjoyed. The Rev. Mr. Irwin, Mr,
Hnin and Other* lent valuable assistance lo Miss Lewes, and llieir united
efforts inan red a pleasant time spent,
Whirl) will no! soon be forgotten,
READY FORJ3USINESS
To the Miners and Prospectors of Boundary CreekDistrict:
(8)   T beg to announce the opening of my new store at Anaconda, B. C. (•)
•)   ^ with a large and well-selected stock of general merchandise, •)
(•   suitable for the needs of the country, and where I will be in a posi- (0
tion to give my best attention to the large and growing trade with •)
which 1 am now favored, and of which 1 hope to merit a continu- (•
ance.   Having done business among you for the past two years, #)
it is hardly necessary for me to introduce myself further than to (•
state that all orders intrusted to my care will be filled at the lowest f)
(•)   possible prices consistent with quality.   Yours for Trade, (§)
J. McNICOL - - ANACONDA, B. C.
FLOURS    4}FLOUR
ro
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and -Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
A sitting of the County Court will be
held hereon lhe 15th inst.
Mr. It. N. Taylor, formerly iu business in Vernon, has decided to open up
a drug store iu Greenwood City,
Tlie finest race-course in Canada
could be had at Midway, nnd many are
suggesting a fall meeting. Whether it
conies to anything remains to lie seen.
Everything is named now after our
new M. P. Even the bouts on our
rivers and streams bear lhe name of
the successful candidate,—H. Bustock.
As a preliminary to lhe excitement
of the ill) of July celebration held by
our American cousins on the Colvilh
Reservation, Pierre Snsnp, in a drunken brawl, shot and killed another Indian by lite name of Andrew on the
2nd of July, near Fourth ofJj July
creek.
Mr. Valentine Haynes is reported to
have met wilh an accident yesterday,
bul to what extent is noiasyel known.
He was riding a horse at Rock creek,
which stumbling, threw him violently
to I he ground, nod before he could re*
grin liis feel Ihe horse kicked him upon
Ihe head, rendering him insensible.
Medical aid was secured nt. once.
The district is being visited at present liy Mr. J. Wu Iff si in of Vancouver,
who reprseiits vast, slores' of English
capilul looking for investment. With
Mr. Wulffsnn is Mr. Clemcs. a noted
London mining expert, and Mr.
Hankey, private secretory. In company with Mr. W. T. Thompson, lhey
are making a lhorough inspection of
the mines of Ihe district, and invest-
ineiils will no doubt be the outcome,
When our winihy eilizen, Mr. II.
Mortimer Lamb, departed from Midway a short, time since, many were tin
conjectures made as to Ilia import ..I
his mission lo Ihe coast. Upon his return, however, on Monday Inst, toys
tery soon vanished, an.l at, once it was
made known thai the good people ol
Midway had a pleasant duty to per
form, that of welcoming a stringer i.
their midst, for Mr. Lamb had not re
turned ulone, The pleasant little ceremony ivhico entwined two lives in one
for life w ns performed on June lhe
241 li at til. James' church, Vancouver,
the Rev. H. 0. Fieiies-CliiiUin officiating, and the interested parlies being
Mr, H. Mortimer Lamb, eldest son of
('apt. Lniiib, I.N., nf Brighton, Eug,,
and Miss Kalhlcen Mary Lindsay,
fourth daughter of ihe late Lieut,
Lindsay A.D.C., nf Winnipeg, ll is ut.
all times pleasing to Thh Advance to
otter congratulation to ihose Interested in such happy ceremonies, hut oil
this occasion it is dotiblv so, as since
Mr. Lamb's first appearance ill Midway
he bus been more ur lens Intimately
connected With ourselves in  business.
VERNON NOTES.
.Mr. W. It. Megaw, our enterprising
merchant, who has heen ill for some
time past, is, I am glad to see, uut and
about again.
The Indies of the Presbyterian church
gave a very successful strawberry festival nn Thursday evening last (21lh),
in the grove near the school-house,
Lovely women and handsome men,
pretty frocks and much vivacity iu
rushing the strawberries, was the order
ofllie evening, I should judge lhe
church coffers were considerably en
riched.
Re Mines.—Vernon is much disappointed I hut Ihe deal has not gone
through with the Swan Luke group of
niines. Mr. Craven hns not taken up
the bond, and the transaction is at
present In statu qiio. For many reasons rdu not wonder at the uctioti of
Mr. Craven, nnd when one look's a III tie
into llie fads, I see no cause, for discouragement among lhe olher miners,
HALF WAY
N.0*^
KETTLE RIVER
Njn-TWHKN^
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
R
O
N
TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Carrying Dry Goods, Groceries, Bonis and Shoes, Ready
Made Clothing. Miners' Supplies, Flout1 Baton, Laid,
Elc, On Hand AT ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department bus been added, where everything in lhat
line will  be  found.    REPAIRING   SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
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JUST
ARRIVED
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
!
:
George Edwards - - Proprietor
or that other milling properlles ill this
vicinity have deteriorated in consequence. In Ihe first, place the price
was exorbitant, $12(),(XKI asked, and only $100 spent on the property; this 1
consider oul of all proportion, especially when, as yet, no mine lias been
proved ill llle near vicinity, Another
piece of bad management nn the part
of the vendors was, lhat when Mr.
Craven went to llie. mine to look it.
over and obtain samples for a final
assay, he found the shaft half full nf
water and consequently wns compelled
tn take rock friini the dump, a manner
nf procedure that is undoiililedly very
unsatisfactory tn capitalists,
Development wnrk is being proceeded with on quite a number of claims
and with satisfactory results, some
splendid, well-mineralized lock is lieing
unearthed, and I nni convinced il is
only a question of work to prove we
are iii the Centre of a rich mineral de-
I ..sit that will cause Vert.on lo shine
forth as an impotianl mining lown,
Pol i I ics.—The war is over, tlie battle
is ended, the die is cast, Ihe victory
won. And such a victory, il has overwhelmed the most, sanguine Liberal,
and literally Habergnsled everybody.   ,
Election day in Vernon was quiet
and orderly, though each side was
straining every nerve to place their
candidate ou tup, I musl congratulate
llle Conservative committee on their
hard work and good organization.
They left no stone unturned lo insure
I heir man success, and deserve Ihe result obtained here, a majority of 27.
Immediately afler the closing of the
poll Ihis result was made known, and
then the howling commenced, I
stood afar off nud moralized that he
who laughs, or I should suy howls,
last, howls best, which in this case
proved a truism, as very shortly after
supper returns began lo come over the
uire from olher paiis of the constituency, and each despatch caused the
howling to grow fainter and beautiful-
y less, and by 8 o'clock had censed
altogether. By ik'M Unstuck had a lend
uf 45, aud then of course it was the
Grits' turn In howl. Be it said lo llieir
credit they bore their victory more
magnanimously and with greater dignity than their now discomforted opponents.
The public school examination took
place on Friday Insl, and the youngsters are happy in tlie contemplation
of a six weeks vacation,
The weather is decidedly hot just
now—Ot) io ihe shade,
A youiiK liiily in town is in n qiiiinilnry,
Anil liiinlly kllOWS ..'lull lo dii--
Hliu loves hur liberty greatly,
Hut is iits.i i.niii ui in.., boat!,
Sim's in receipt <»f n vui-y «unil Hnliiry,
Cnu Hiitlsfy ovory ilMlroi
An.l ati... iaiui a' porploxod ll wmlliick
Moan, from ilm frytng-psti Into Mm lire.
AT THE*——
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
®    ®    ®
® ®
Though do not tall to take ml ran t arc of
lliis ratlicr limited opportunity, and
have your Photo taken while you have
that opportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly finished picture. J. It.
Stormor is a proficient workman In hu
productions of art. and guarantees per
feet satisfaction. Cabinet! only $->.no.
, Midway, B. C.
J. W. REED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
AH Work Win-runt,*,!.     nMln
ANACOJ
NDA * *
•'• * BAKERY
Fresh Bread,
Cakes    and
k.
Pies Always
^
On     Hand.
A WIDIHER, Prop.
NOTICK to hereby given that thirty daya
after dale I intend to apply to the chief
oojiimit'sioiicr of lands and work*, fora Muciihc
to out, manufacture and carry away limber on
tlie following described lands, situated near
Boundary creek, Yale district, B. ('.:
Commencing at. a punt six hundred feel north
of tho rout li east corner of W, Porter's preemption, and about I-'"i tool oast ot the oast
bank of Boundary creok, thence running east
fill chains, Iheiico south 100 chains, thence west
mi ih. linw. tludtiT north imi ohatllfl lo point of
beginning. L. ML UK.
Iiiilcil thisWthduvu-r.limn, Mm". KI.
A CARD.
I hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers of Greenwood City-
lots, that I am, and have been
for some time past, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloops
I desire to make known ihis
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing the stamp ofau
thority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
in the above townsite
R. WOOD.
fireciivvniid Cily, B, C, Mny IH, 1MKI.
Tobacco,  (annual   Fruits,  I'vupnraled   Fruits,  .linns,  .tellies,  Cutini'd
Vegetables,  Etc,   I'icks. Simvein,  Hummers,  Huns, Nuils,
Anvils, Bi'llnws, ,1,'ssi.p .Steel,   Kti*. Fresh  Bugs
mid Butter, limns und Bacon nl rinse pliers.
RENDELL & CO.
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, ♦
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BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   JT.   WHITE
FROPKIL ICtXt.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Difiereni Stage Linen.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comlortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Oood Stiiblin.
5*
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is t Iif Central Town nnil Supply Pnint (if the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps,   From Ibis New Town roads
lend In tlie
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely nnd are a Gnnd Investment.
For Price nf Lota and Oilier [.ifornialinii, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
('rreiivcnnd City, Biiiuuhry Creek. B. 0,
Or Apply tn Agents,
C. F. COSTERTON, Vernon, li. C.
A.  K. STUART,  Vancouver,   11. C.    J
Bin
W. B. PATON
..FURNITURE.. I
,»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦f ♦♦♦*>♦♦♦♦♦«■♦»
Greenwood   G±"by.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VKRNON, li C.   -   -   -
PADMORE <& PEERS   -   -   -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
GEO.   I£.   SFBOULE,
BLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND 8ENERAL  REPAIR"
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW. B. C. THE FASHION
(ZED-  IVZpy - /p - 5/\LE - SJ/\BLE5
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always mi hand Good Single and  Double Drivers,
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
11.uses for I lire,
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
THE
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Ckkkk, IJ. C. |
Wt* have just opened llie a lime lintel nt Greenwood Cily, ami are prepared
In welcome km-kIm *Ul(l provide K*iyd oiTuitililudiilion. Good Cntcritig, Firsl
clitKH Kivery Hliihic.
WOOD, HUBBLE. & WESTEL, PROPRS.
2*-A.3VI'S   HORN   HOTEL.
1,1'MIIV, ll.C.
rirst-Cinss Acciiiininiliitinn lnr OiirsLs. ttntiil lliinliiig and Fi-hhu
Stages tn Ve iinui und liini'Springs,
Louis Morand, Prop.
VICTORIA HOTEL  i Armstrong & Lawder
^^1 VERNON B.C. ~^~^
B,| murphy & faulkner, Props, jh Hardware, Till and Stove Men, Anaeonda, B.C.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable. |
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -       -        Good Stabling,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
Cr. o. SHUKSON, Prop.
FAIRVIEW, 11. C,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION        " ~       . GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
THE DEMOCRATIC SITUATION,
FANCY W..I
We Sellivw-
Mo( It'iu-y nice ranyoH, wowl oiiok Btovcu, coal conk stovea, iwrlorHtovcs. box utovo-i
Uiliiera' camp Btovffl, or miy itovo you want, ■silverware, granite ware, crockery ware
glaiwwarol Wooden ware, tinware of all kinds, toilet kcU. hard ware of all kinds
cutlery, forks and spoons, Daisy chums, New Williams sewing machines, wringers
wiirthing iiiauliinus, window (-haile-i.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Thai ..err n.vnrili'il the (-old ineilnl nl lhe Chicago World's fair in 1893.
Furnace Work.   Steam   and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings,   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines,
What it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
Ai \V. ,1, Armstrong's! One 24-Inch liellnws complete, 1 40-pmnul anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 drill lininillef, I I'ueksmilh's hum-
met', 1 18-Inch drill (cither i. i nr one Inch), 1 80-lncli drill (either,. * nr 1
inch), nil fnr lhe sum uf $25, or iinylhing else n miner wants, .Icssnp's
sleel only used in drills. .Send your rush with lhe order. If ynu nre not,
in I lie city send order for groceries, ns il will lie filled, I will supply tiny-
lliing ynu ui.nl.
: Armstrong k Liwder. tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Non, Anaeonda.
The Spokesman Review's rentiirks
iipiui ilu- political ail mil inn iu lhe
Slnles is letae uud lo till; poinl, when
ii says:
"The paiilicnl events of the past few
ilnys have Lean u i-evi'lnlioii In llu*
whole coiiiury, Nn political scerctutld
hnve fiirelnld the ticliuii of Ihe deinu*
cent ic , mi*, v in ihe greul. middle slates
mul New Ynrk, Tlle sillies of Illinois,
Indiana. Ollln nnil Ki'lllllcky ..ill sand
snlid silver ilelegalInns In Ohicngii.
New Vurk. whirii wns llinuglil In In
well under the control uf Whilney
lliii und Crnker, slnudsl'nrliitli
This wns u surprise indeed, ll has
lieen Ihe impression   llnil.,   Under  Ihe
Influence uf  N...v  Vnrk liaaaciil   El**. A. MAIN  "  MIDWAY, B. C. flAjfi
iin-rilni-s. l',-,.si,l...ii , levelaiiduiidtlio   '—""" ! '£$&
Inguinal,,,.',* liuu ,  together with THE   NATIONAL "^
WTf3   THE  FUTURE
fm	
m
"&3
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases j «Qs
Wall Paper, Violin Strings! j§|j§
and Proprietary Medicines. fcjSJ
Agent for the i irfjs
53 Ptenix Fire Inswap,flf
♦♦♦♦ 6§k
RAILWAY, MINING AND &
— —— &$
M AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
m	
The Kettle River Country
Lots on Kasy Terms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars Apply to
W. H. NORRIS,   oh in   R, C. ADAMS,
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
|H Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
m
m
M
Ml
PACK
HOHSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
M    HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
BLTiclxelles   -fie   Benouf, Xi-fcd.
Victoria.   B.  O.
Midway, ti. C,
.Miixthkai,, p, Q,
''"••I"'"'1 "f-■-??• "'f i "Illi;"- MATTE  SMELTER.M^^^liS^M^M^
llieileiiincruiy nl New 1 ink wuii il In- '    .      ' . K?A^»"C*W>-"TWw^.K^;w,^W!W
iiiiiic snliilly illl'iiyed nil'lie   gnld  side *   ■
nl llu- liuiiiiii'ii ipieslinn,   This slimv*    A PI1ACTKSAI, ANI) H1MI*1,I*METHOD
ing of it division nf Hcnliinelil   piiives f\£ '™,M "W'SlW n'S. Tn"' ta.liffil
i .inclusively iiiul lit" wast   nml  smith! whoretail pro* anil fiirls m'o roiuri; anil
tire not iiliuie on lin' sit
,.     ., ' ...'is!
ol  silver ns  ^iaii
ivniiT Ini'lirloil'
•.ngiitail ivlili hlglilj
lias  heen  chill I   hy the gnld urgiilis I ^jjftijS'i";,.'!,^ ilttilfca^Kni'ilc
mil ..rutins. Tlie nil inn nl' Ihese slulc.- i,i"a, iii,.|i|iiii.iiviifi tii an Inni. nf nmpor tiny,
may he taken ns evidence.Uinl lhe sll   KrafoSffl
..-r ipnastinn  is  heing  heller  under* '.'.nti-nlliiKtluitIskimn-iain-Iny.	
, li requires tin itxtriiorditinry akill. in Inni
stniitl.   II is no longer  n   .piiasliini  ol ores, tin lliucliig ninliirlnl, nnil nn fuel ofiiny
(loilhl ..siiitliecmnplcxinnnf Uu' up ^"^"I'jI.'Vi,,^"';1'^!^^, " ,,'rrn,-l'!!ul,. m»l
pViiiii-hiiig detnuci'iillc cotivenliiiii. I l!t (.'isl has i.n ciituiia.-isnii wllhany olli6i'|.ro-
,,.. .,, , ,.     ..csaiif (jiiiironlrnting,
\\ isciiiisin   will   send   n sllii.t'cnnllii-     H*e nre iireiiiii'inrui furnish nny sto wra.
ge'nl. til (,'ileiiiio alullg willi her lullinr-  I"11'";' I'11"." cinniiloln In sutslni'illiil minim;
'    ,. ,. I"''.]ii(..-i'l it niiiiaa fnrinali iiiii-iiii-ii t'iriiii it .
iv lor gnal.   Si'iinliir V tins anil   U.ir* I rurilionl nn nnsi'linyiilonls,  Prlcos anil spiidll*
crnnr I'crk failed lo   keep  all   nl     InonSoli'ni'iStailton,1' n'm"mi*ni ml'\
Willful in Hue.   li  Links   very   likely
National Ore & Reduction Co.
T. ELLIOT
General - Merchant
Fairview, B, C.
Largest wi Best-Assorted Stock
■ IfillOVLTDlAL MACHINERY.
SOLK AGENTS TOR
Brantford S Binders ® and § Mowers
THK MUST IN THK MARK) T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough*.. Harrows &c, &e.
WAREHOUSE AT VERMIN.
C. F. Costeurton., Agent.
,17*11 ('hnltcniinm Av'ciuio, St. Lnill", Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
.ice and will ninke n strung liglil  lie-j VJTT^'O'V}    TIQAQ
nc they go down.   It Is safe tn pre.   JfC-'-'tN-K.    l5l\.UD.
ctlhtil  n  strung  liiiiii'llnllic  plank —"-*»H ITCH I'll S.
Hi,it the .auk nnil   llle  nl'  Ilia  deli
mule party have taken lllis presidential campaign  into  llieir  nun  hands,
Tlie tthi'i-l hiiisi's nnil   lanilias  nf  ihal
Cleveland machine stand  ama/,ed, foi' l0'<
lhey are heal en In Ihe slacl.   Strong Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead j
as   the sjli-er   S'l'tllilllt'lll   is.   tin*   gnld      •,,£. OH.XJS.
men will he at the convention  in full ,— n^ m,    ■.■■m— ,i.
force and will make n strong light he-
I
m	
will In- adnpled nml  Ihal   soiue  Irled
ri impi ia nl' silv 'r will lia pi iced up ui
'•;  '" ""' '•"'',''' "''"' i'" I","'v''"11 GREENWOOD and GRAND PORKS
liuii III"  cnlivi'lillnll   shuuld   inl.ipl,   a
liirlff-foru'evenii.', wiln Inciileiilal pin-
lection,   lli.-  iiiillunk   for  ll.nl  parly    ,l""1 ilollverrd at I'jek Creok anil nil tlio
i.nuldlfiil Inni. s.i desperately  imiei-l MiningCaiiies.
lain as il dues now.   Tlle possibility nf J, Kerb. R. d. Kerr. )o
dnwn oul   nl si.ahi.   'ilia cnnvenllon W. I)A1,RYMI*IjR
will, in many respecls,  Leas  iiH^Genorm    Biaoka-mith
t,s Its predecessnnil Hi. IjiiuIs,   P..Iiii.
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
in nil';
i, M Forks, B. C.
M. 1'. e'OI.CiMB,   l'UOPKIKTOIt.
Good Accomodation and Moderate Charges.
Wo Clxixxese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
£
wn-vs^^^vvvvw^ BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY
IONES & ROGERS
HOUSE AND CAKKIACIv PAINTING
i.i!  ciinlitlgi' Ills-  self ciiti.slitutl.il  llele-
g.llillllS    I'l all |i il lies, will lie  pi'es.
, nt in lend ciiiinsel and  nssisiiinia.  in
tin. plnlf > iiuikeis.   Hold deniticrals
uinl gnld lapul'lii'iins, silver deuuicrals
nud silver I. pulaicatis will mingle iu
Ki range Lrnl lua-ship upnu Ihese issues,
    r,4   ■	
SENT UP FUH TRIAL,
All. Sinilh, nUna Davison, iilins.liihli-
,-liin, „ai Lriiii^lil Li-I'iur W. II.X.i, ris,
.1. I' , Tuesday  lust  charged  with , l?"i"g*2f11l,,.oC '!''"'"""' Y".'" wl" '"'
l-WIIIVIKW, H.C.
Ml   Kinds  of Rciuiirinff.    HorseshocinR a,
Speolatty,
mnrrmr^nnr'
SIGNS
mjuujuuuuuj
IE
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging Hunning over the MAIL ROUTE
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,  (loud Htahling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from .Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle River Stage Line
KALSOMINING
(Irun.. Kncli* mul Mi.hvi
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
?' \ >yst''ft\'ft, *?
 rl ■'- "     l-i-.a-rJi-l
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Projectors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p.m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FRES AND EXPRESS CH RGES   RE SONABLE.
„      , „   ,     „ „    .. .      ..    „.,                  ■     ,M. MILLEK,      -      Prop.,      -      Oraiid Forks, B. e
(iriuid Forks, I!. C, Below the linilge. | \ '   ■
Livery Terras, Saddle and Pack Horses and Laics' Saddle Horses j
Al .Ml Iwny, ,lii!,v la, .Mil!.
Al llHiijni.s, July    s.    still.
Al tha lintl' ..I all..I. '.Villi   a. lia   ii.n ;
llj.,..11111111111.1. (!, A. II. I.A.MLI.V.
(Iiirnrt ait lllllcn,Omiyiiim, la I', (',   '
Un... *ili. I tm. it   |
III,' cl'lllll' nf hill Hi' sliu'ilig.
Ii appeared Ly lhe evident e nf Willi sses llial sunn, tiuu* ago a certain
li ice, llle pni| city "l Mi. \V, Mmilnii,
. lm i' c ntlj iunit tn I ..■ 'Ili-li'li I limn
'..iulu, wns luriieil mil nu tli'1 I'Ulige
ill Bniiiitlui'V Fulls,   Afler hciii'-nn lhe  ■~*~~*"~""*"™"—**>~—r——-
..illK-rocn'rewi k.iha hnrsc WitsJEOCK  CREEK  HOTEL  .
i ikeii iii ,\li. Sullli'iiu's nun luui Kellic
Illver, und put intu In- Held l.y lhe
i lined,   Mi. .Siilli,,ni at   tin.    nn.
i.inking ilinl aiui'ly Iltil wnsJIinii	
horse II .Mr. Al It li.nl   lieen   looking I
I ir, .mil in whose i-linrg,' lie- h use lind : fl.mi t-'1'"8  Ai-h.mjii.ihtius   nni in nam
lieen lefl,   In lh.. evening of lhe same,
liny the horse wns Ihe Held il GOOD  STABLING
was inkao iinl.again, and lhe nexl,day
wns disposed of liy I lie in iaiseil In Mr, |
,1..!. Willie of Hound.iry Fulls, who
plll'clinsed llle aitiuuil, paying the sum
nl $50 for ihe sn11ii . Iielieving it in lulling In Sinilh.   After Inking I Iv oil-
Hay, Crain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a Specialty.
KSTA 1II.1S1I KI)   1883,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
".i!'iiii.:.',|.; I'',\km,"
-   LADNERS,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Mill I'll III' l.ln'K l Llal'.K.
put«drt-rb, wa^ 0uR  Si'iriAi.Tiis   Varieties Profitable in llriiish Columbia:!
^^^^^^^^^   "rec from l'csts.
FHLIT ^^^
Semi for Free Catnlojrue,      E. Hutciii'rson, Manae'er
Grand Prairie Hotel
OAltSON, KHTI'1,1': I1IVKI1.  II. (1,
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
 8	
First-class accommodation for the Traveling* Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros. proprietors.
1' '"""' '*■        '   .VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
VXD ORNAMENTAL. TRHES,  PLANTS  AM) VIXKS.I \  Z___ M'""J*"W
flrKxeolloiil I'lsliliignn ifolllc lliuia..-:).
.......in i MU ... ,   Int.. ...■   n.,,4, . ., M_,
H. WRIGHT
3H3:;HEi::::!,::lootaiidSiioeIaleP!
to tiie
seuled in wairriiiit lhe prlsnnei lieing
••..in up fiir Mini, uinl lllis llierefiire
was iicciU'dlhg'.v linlil*,
Anaconda, li. C.
Ropairing Naatly and PramptlyDone
Wlieii you reunite Jnh piinling, anil
at ilie Adv,.ni.i l.fflci.   Only llrst-i'liiss,   Ordcwliyiiliigostrli't.lyatt'.iiileil t... Aildro
vro.h liirtii.l mil. I Aniu'iul-lililotrtriulalltrtStore.
-    Till': lillAND FORKS, MAIitTS ANI) MIDWAY	
JS-fcag"©   £»,33lc1   Express   Xiizre
I litis Holivoon m,i.'|.||smid iIiiiiiii rorksilnily. Imi. ing Marcus nml llrnnil (Porks at 7 ft, m.
Loaves I'rtintl I'nrlis for Mlilway, M.in.inys, WednoA'ftys unit Krltlnyit nl " n. 111.
Lenvcs Midway forUmi.il tt'oiksiiii' M|inlU8,,'J'ticii[liiyB,TliiirRda}'nit]i[) Saturdays, la. in.
eOOH   M'l'A.C*rJi;-S       ■       -      XtXXA.SO_TA.H_._l  XtA.-r2_tH
MANLEY k AVERILL, i'ltOi'IlIETOHS  -      - GHAND FOURS, ti. V.
Gnoil single and double drivers and saddle korses. Ladies'
jrt.ntle double and single drivers and saddle horses. Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
W, Gardner, Proprietor.

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