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 THE  ADVANCE.
fi
Li.IL .	
Vol. IV, No. 4.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Si'ONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1895.
2.00 per Year.
W. T. Shatford k Co.,
General Hants.
-Denies:*'**   :   In
BOOTS,   *   SHOES,   *   CLOTHING
HARDWARE,  ETC.   ETC.
We have just received a cauload, ancl
we are selling the same at surprisingly. LOW PRICES.    HA HA HA
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
GROCERIES:
t
W. T. Shatford k fa,   Fairview,
, ■ Vernon.
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 Outfits for Hunting Parties.
M Boating and Fishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
W.
M. COCHRANE,
80I,ICITOIl SlTIU'.MK COUIlti
N'uT.mv Public, Convkvanckii, Ktc.
Office:Gllmoi     itlnck, Barnnrt! Avenue,
VF.    OX.  . B. c.
piilil). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Elc.
OFFIOB) iMiirlin's Illnck.
VKIlNOS. B,0.
pORBEH M. KERRY, P. L.S.,
A.M.C.H.C.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, 11. (,'.
A SENATOR OFF TO THE BOODLE CENTRE.
Senator Wilson Gives His Views on Matters
Which Now Interest ths People or the
United States-Trade and Finance.
nnce to this state hi contemplation ?" its necessary functional and environ-
"I i-hall use the i,'ry hest energies I '»- conditions, since Ihe policy was
have iu seeming uu a|i|un|iriittiuii fnr enuncuited lieitringlhe mime of Ja s
thecal!}' c eiiceiiicnl nl work upnu Monroe.   Like nil s|i,.utiiiicous cxpres-
T E. OROWBLli,
TltONSON ST., Vi-atMIS,
CONTBAOTOB AND BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fillings a Specialty.
P II. LATIMER,
VKHNON, n. c,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
I.E&3XC1 Surveyor.
Motn. Amur .Sue. Irrbj, Kiajs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKHNON', 11. fi.
Lath ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
I.ONI10.N'. KX(1.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. C,
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
LEQTTSm-E   JBiEB-OJS.   &   GO.
SSL O "W HA.
Dry Hoods, Groceries, Heady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from tho Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k CLERIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Luke, handy to shipment.
Sash ancl Door Factory en C. 1'. R„ Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly nu hand at Reasonable Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POW E B S ,  Proprietors.
xs. c. ojlBi&xx^Xm ^ co.
AI?MSTI?ONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
II A M S   AN D    B A C <) N S .
Write for prices,
A  LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
J3,   O.   OAK.GXX.X.   «J6   OO.,        • f ABMSTBOWlS.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M..B.O.A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates la any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
the sito selcelid liy  llie Beeielnry  uf slims ot »isd( il   wus  In  have ils
Senator Wilson left lor Washington Hal. ;m,lin niniy post at ibis plate. 1 ""'s' Important bearing upon domestic
lust week. To n SpukcstUitu-RcVievv LH1 u|8(, rtnxlous to secure some legisla- political affairs not then exist ing or
reporter the senator said that tlieihosl tion hy which the (Julville reservation .'''""H'11 "f- * powerful wealth nli-
Inipiirtaiit legisl.-it inn  lo come before nu, |„, thrown mien tn prospecting and | H"''0''? tK>^ holds Clreat Britain nud
mineral cutty.   Il will laku some lllile ll,c United Slates iu a closer unl f
lime tu huve tlie -in vet- already made material interests than p ilitleitl nfflllti-
iippii.tc,l,iiiiltli..,ill.iiiii..iii,tiiin,li.io.s lion binds together the cuslcin nud
made us required liy law. In the mean- western and unit burn slates; and lhe
inn,'I linveil uio Uial iliui [lortiou inouthandsluniachuf Ihlsgroal mon-
ul Hie reservation Ihul  was valuable ■*.-«■ "•'•• '" ()'™l Britain,   While it
for mineral only  iniglil   he deelaietl U-cs and thrives he life blood of
open fnr entry und ihis I shall try to -I'-1 writing '"»•"«• "" •*•">> sides, it
aceiimplish.   I itlso hope tu have hj  iniilnly relies for allu  and Hods its
February a right of way bill passed iu ''••■"' "ii"1}' "f vlctliui on this side,
order Unit .Mr. Cm-Inn mny complete 'Two thousand millions of pounds)
bis Red Mountain in.nl." ' len tliuiisiind milliuns of dollara) they
owe os,'snid Gladstone iu piii-llainent,
'nn I ive would be very univlie to lettuce the obligation by remiiiicli/.iog
silver.' I believe in the Monroe doctrine ill the wiser icnsc nud more intelligent ciincepliiio of it afforded by
their line located nil,. Ilnssland Mid lh« Ihm-uuni'leis of a century ot ex-
llieir statin,, site selce.le.il and surveyed i ^-^ ,|l|t,t, |(s       „„,,,,„•„„. „m, [
out.   lhe site selected is lust below the ., ..,, t. t, ...        ,
, J ilmi I liellele   ill   Wills.   Wills nlwiivs
Brunswick hotel. .. i ..      i . „
enslave inni oppress, Victors as well as
The poles are tip mid we may expect I vanquished.   War would only lie an-
lo he illioiiiiiiiieil b;   tbe electric light iilhei'  harvest   season  for  .Mniniiiiui-
befure the end of llle inuutll.   The par*  Despot ism and physical force go In-
ties ioieresteil   in   the  charter  are gcther; freedilut and the moral forces
Messrs. Blue & Fisher and Slack & Mc* co-operate,   (live us an independent
Donald, j Ainerlcan Rnniicial system, cul "IT ibe
The erection of the smelter nl Trail I d,ral" "''"",™M) l" "'" ,fmvl8 ''»
I lilt* iiniii ill nilcirsl   exact inns, ami we
wniilii soonlutVBHUcli loriiplt'temastery
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKRNON, RO.
—Ag-ont  Fam~—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
N'lcholles & Ronout', Agricultural .Machinery.
—_-Ve-o_t.--.ib  Pox-—
The Okanap-Spallumche.il Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k 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.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
HARRY  A,  GUESS,  M. A,,
(Successor to J. C. Haas, M.E.l
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
HHSWiiT, -B. o.
RATES: Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each,
Coppor, $1.50; Iron, $2.00(Gold,
Silver, and Copper, $3.00. Othor
rates on application. Samples from
n iliatnniai will receive prompt attention.
Send Your Order to
Lsquime 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 $5.
an acre, well improved.
Lcpinie & Lloyd-Janes, Kelowna.
congress Ihis ivinlci would be lhe pas
sngeofa tm iff bill that would afford
sufficient revenue to support llie gov-
i-riiiiieiil.
"I do not care whether wu nro Democrats or Republicans, I'l'iilliliilintlisls
or I'optilisls, if wc line our counlry we
should have it tariff by which we can
raise enough money every day lo pay
that day's expenses ; nud lhe prcBl'l,'
(iiii'iniui-lii-irc-Wili-oii bill lias failed tu
nccoinpllsli that end We have heen
I running behind every day. During
the Hrst two years of Benjamin rlnrrl*
sou's ailiniiiisli'iili ver $200,000,0(10
was paid mi the national debt and an
annual interest charge of $10,000,000
cancelled, During the Iirsl two years
ol the present; administration tbe public debt was increased by over $1(11,-
OOD.tKXl and the interest account wits increased from seven lo eight millions,
Our exports have fallen oil' tuoiethau
$120,01)0,000 per annum as compared
wilh the exports under the lasl Iwo
years of lhe .McKinley law. We arc
Importing Ihe common articles of agricultural and of mechanical and Industrial production, the things that can
lie and shuuld lie produced hy American labor, and we nro sending aliniitd
our nullify to pay in this in.lirecl way
the labor of other countries,
" i am aware that it is staled in some
quarters Hint, there should lienn tinkering with the liuiff, that Unit question
is settled, that llle Republicans should
do nothing to alter the present condition uf affairs relative to'the tariff,
When lhe Democratic party came inlo
puwir, did llicy refrain from disturbing llie business inte,ests nf the mm,-
Iry? Not much. They pitched inlo
tlie work of unsettling everything nnd
j have given us the present narrow, sec-
tiiiiiiil, provincial, factional llllll Illogical hill. Il does iuoi'ii for 0 Iliad i and
Europe than il does for Ihe Dulled
Slates, And nil this talk anil argil
nielli. Ilinl lhe Republicans shuuld mil
attempt In correct these evils, and nli
this opposition on the pul of Iheir
political enemies Is mere Huh-iluhiind
clap-trap. It is llie duty uf Ihe republicans lo define their position and that
too in no iiiiccrlaiu terms, sn Ihal nil
men niny undersland the pulleyofllinl
party. Its position ou lhe no iif, in my
judgment, can out be heller expressed
limn by the following extl'acl
frum i, speech of Governor McKinley,
recently delivered at Muriel lu, Ohio:
"I want a tariff high enough lo.sus*
tain American conditions, American
manhood noil American wouuiuhood,
"I want ii tariff thai, will measure
the difference io wages between European countries uml our own.
"I wantn tariff imposed on everything we make in tbiseoiintry.
" 1 want 1 he tariff taken off everything we cannot produce."
FINANCIAL AMI LROISLATION,
"Will  any  llnuiicinl  legislation he
attempted al   Ihe  coming session!*-"
asked the representative of theSpukea-
niun-Review,
"Undoubtedly something will have
to lie dime. Hot. with (he great diversity of opinions nnd ihe ninny conflicting views uf ils members, il. is very uncertain what conclusion it majority of
its members will adopt. If our country is to use llle gold slaiuliird il seems
to me lo he plain Ihnt we should ennel
a law iliai all Import dul lea should be
payable in gold. Weciiuuol lung keep
a barrel full of cider if we Id. uut cider
al llu- spiggol nud pour in wnleriil Ihe
bung, and no inure can no keep up lbe
gold reserve when we pay mil gold exclusively and I use in greenbacks and
silver.
"Tlie  mil ions whicli insist un lhe
ROSSLAND NOTES,
From our own oorrcspondont.
Tlm ('uiiiidiiio Pacific railway linn
nml ihe railroad communication which
will cerlaluly be extended lo us, will
work wonders, and next spring wili
seeal least 15 minus shipping ure, il
until greater mini her,
oyer llle destinies of Ibe western hemisphere Ilinl combines in Exiope would
mil dare lo oppose or dispute our rule
on Ihis side of lhe Atlantic. This is
ihe kind of Mourue ducliine E ant in
favor of, and il is lhe only kind Ihal
can give satisfactory results."
 f+4-	
PROVINCIAL NUGGETS.
A report has been circulated Unit
Messrs. LSIuu ami Fisher wee going tu
take their saw mill into the Boundary
Creek country, Imt litis i.s a mistake,
us although lhey intend lo establish a
mill there, il will lm another plain,
not the one here, woicli slums lliey A gang of ten men ace al wuck on
iur going In ex,end their liusiness.       11 he new dredger on Qllesuellu river.
Work on Ihu Trail creek smeller isi   State Senator Campbell of San Pratt*
progressing rapidly, and befure lhe end cisco has been employed hy theHiirselly
of January it is expected everything j Hydraulic ciunpunv to tuke charge of
will be io running order.   Since start*! one of their proposillons,,1
ing work uu ilie smeller it lias been de
ll. is  nuw  reported  that  Ihe licit
milling liiiom will   lake   place iu lliu
Cariboo district,   I'i- inenl min in
men are reporting very favorably u.i
the different propositions lliere.
The preliminary Bteps  have   been
taken for the establishing of a bOO-lon
.malting plant in  Ihe  mo Ii.it.- li-
liin.ii n. ami mil in lie .stales.   C.ttlll-    ■ -,,.   ,. „     .     , r    ,,        ,    ,.
icinily ol llosshiud for Ihu leiliii'tion ol
il.'lll   houses   lire   l mug   a guild Irate  .,,   nn     , 1, I
"      h i lnill Creel, nres.   luis collies as a ri-
ivitliihisiind oiber Kuotenaycamps. 8l|,1()ttlluvljll „„„,,, ,    M|.  Ulmj
Nearly all lh,.' genera rchahdiseIs uf ,jul(mulu,   H, hasreltti'iied ton.,
Cn
elded lu increase its size lo double ils
original capacity, so ihal when completed it wiil l.e nlile in handle 2(10 tons
of ore a day iuslead uf 10,1.
liusiness is good nnd contrary to the
idea generally bed lhe greater part of
the goods sold here is manufactured iu
pose.
,1 w neks.
nudiuii, whilst farm produce comes m(1„ |() ,mv,, plul|8 (,|W|) fo|. |h|,
principally from across the line,
To give an idea of innv easy it is tn
lm deceived ill a mining property, it
is only necessary in refer lu the
Georgiu claim, which soiue time ago
was bonded In thu Butler Hi us. lu Ihe
sum of $20,000, After doing a goodly
amount of development work, these
parties came In the cimclusioi, (mil n
very wise one), that lhe claim was out
sufficiently guud in please them, su
lhey allowed lhe bond In cuu uut.
This threw the property back intu
lbe hinds of Ilm original miners, wlm I
lieing practical men aud old miners,|
went to work llinrungbly prnspecl ing
A large iimoiint of ore froo, the different camps in West Kootenay is
limling its way to the I'ilol Buy smelter. The Noble Five Group is shipping
there, as are the various mines about
Ainsworth, The Hlue Hell mine Is gelling mil nl.mil 201 Inns uf ore per day,
wliieli is also used iu the smelter, 'lhe
smelter company is cooleioplaliog the
eiectinn uf another stuck to meet thu
rapidly increasing business. A new
roiister was completed several weeks
ago,
A winze is bulng sunk from lhe Hrst
the claim, willi the result, n'llei'ii lllile j ll'vel utllw Wi"' E"K*" "ll<l llli" "'ill l.u
work uf uiirnvering a ledge uf nre in ! intcrsecled by lbe tunnel being no, in
another part of llmir locali which, "" Hm second level, says I he Russlnnd
when stripped, shuwed a  Iv uf ur,. j Ml'"-'"'-   "' I" imw dnwn thirty-live fed
several feel, wide, wliieli ibey soon [i""1 is '" *"'••*• ",,,! "f •■ighgi'adc. Rapid
li,uinl lu extend some Km or BOO feel iu : P*'»K*''*« is nuw being iniiile w ith Ni.
length, und nf nn assay value of $.*, |n Hi uiiuel since Iho new drill plum hns
gold. This property could now be I'ccn liislnlled. A drill has also been
I led   I'm-  $75,000  if  ll ivnerssn  put In wurk iu llie wesl  end of Nn. 1
W. DALRYiMI'liK
Gr*ez*LO_**_vl     BlacliHii, i-tlx
FAIRVIEW, H.C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
.Specialty,
in, nnlhiiig in lhe wnrld is cleiuerlliau
Unit we shuuld exact gold frum 11,em.
Willi u slcnily llnu uf gnld iulu uur
treasury the government can easily
maintain the partly uf.gold and silver
at tbe piest'lit ratio of 1 In HI, even
witli unlimited coinage of our own silver product, In nny nvenl let us at
once make nil Ini ill' duties payable In
gold, thereby causing tlmsi* wlio have
been su insistent in their detualids fur
gold iu return some portion of it lo ihe
i nliuniil treasury, If the grcnl ini-
pnrlcis of lhe country nre sn Bolicllous
fnr the ledcinplion uf one paper cui-
rency in gold, I ney shuuld have un oh*
jecliiiii iu making payments un their
own imports io gold. You say ihis
would lessm our imports, Isnytbnl
is very much lu be deslicd.iis Ihal will
give American laliur inure cuiplny-
tnenl and al better wages.''
HTA'I'K IXTKltHHIH.
" Have ynu any measures of import-
wished. The fureguiug will give an
idea liow easily il is to lie uilslakuil in
Hie value of a properly, and as a con*
sequence give to it catup ii iiaoie il
oftentimes does nut deserve.
1 •.
THE MONROE DOCTRINE.
i iitiiii-1 iiiul  is now  titling  effective
wurk iu  llie opening up of new *
bodies, The men are gelling well
started iu Uu* IMUifiini tunnel in run
iu frum lhe Inm Musk. The display
uf rich ure right ill llle surface is nne
of Ihe finest ever seen in Ihis ur any
iul her a.imp. Hume nf lhe ore runs
Thi) following b Senator Miigulru's uver 1.0 per ceiil,copper, lls high cop,
gold standard surely will mil he found Inpluliill un ilm Muliroe doctrine as ir pm peicenlage uiny be seen ai a glume,
objecting lo 'he payment  uf  tariff aHects lhe Unlled Stales tit the present 'U"1 ll .seven richer in gnld.
luiicsingnld.  If lhey exact gnld from ti , „s give  ai rvlew by a I   T|„. H ,...,.t..i v C k district   Is,,,
ivprcsflitntivu   nl    ibe   Spukesniiin* limliy  VVI1VS  reinnrki,    There ,„■„
Kfvluwi guld, silver, lead and cupper III lhe ill.-
"The form lu which a policy is Iirsl nlcl, Fm- more llliiu threu years
announced by a gnvernmeut can uul inpltivlsls have gnnu In their and iiindu
be accepted after lhe lapse of years as InvestuieliUii liutiit present tliusefluus
a full and Hue definition Ihoreof, If obstacle tn making producing mines of
through ihe inieriening years Hint the prospects Is transportation. This,
special policy has been it factor iii lhe j however, has nut at all seriously iniec-
geiieral pulley of the government, The fcred wiih prospectors whn bine In.
.Mun, hul tine is iinw vastly inure In catttil iiuinherless claims,  Tlie district
Aiiiericuns I luui it »as when Presidenl Is attract Illg mure than iii-dinary alien*
Monroe euniiclaled ii.   What Presi- lion und Rcems desei'vlug of the favor.
dent Monroe wrote on Ihe Bllbjecl is ulili utloil which fhim lime In li	
nf  lillle moment.; what the  M 'tie lis being, mule,   Aoulher yeui-will iiii-
doi-lriiie now is io llie opinions nnd in-ss gn*„l changes. What llle people
feelings uf the American millions, how inecd is capita, liic developuieul, Tlie
It bus affected and will affect the des- bunding of properties iu this dlslrlci
liny uf ihe republic is everything, liy such welt-knnwii men us Marcus
The nn upiilinii uf llnil class of pnliii-, Duly. Jiihu R. Toule, Fi.inkltu Pn,.
clans who .ne always lutiking buck*full and oilier ptomluciil mining men
wind fnr ihe light is aboul guile III I his I mis much to I be district,   We look
cnuntry.   We Inne I o Inn qualify. I for considerable develop nt work In
Ing ourselves fur popular govei'iiuieut hr dune from iiuiv mi. Weslepu Mile
ur liberty regulated by   law,  learning ing Wnrld, THE ADVANCE.
W.J.. s' ii::.is Pbopbibtoh
Putilisliwl  woekly  itt  Midway,  it. C,
SuhscriptJim Prico, $2.00 jior annum, payable
in Hihaiico.clUior yoivrly nr half-yearly al the
option "f Uio suiiwTiiHT.
Advertising ItaUwaont nn application.
Though tlio column* uf The Advanok aro
ftlwayfl n|):'ii for tin* lUacuadon of mattors nf
public interoal mul linpoiifuice, wo do nol ncc
coswrily emlon*o any of tlie opinions! expressed.
CorreHpondenco of n personal nalnro will imi lie i
pubiiRiiod. Apply
manupactohed at ■—
GRAND...
. . . PRAIRIE
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HOT1L
GRAND i'li AIM IK. KETTLE RIVER,
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llMiLiduflrsandUigaFS
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2.5.1895.
J. WARD,
A crow in Iiiii rtpaco indl-
:cuius that ynur HuimcripUtin
.lu Ihli* papjv Una expired.
An i, ni   i     n rfi Largest and best-assorted s
Full Slock ofuj
Have You  a Cough or Cold ?      at Rl;|)k.,. H()nts
IlKlt'KI.A Villi ANIi PLASTBHUn
si st, GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
4,1       4,1
l
I®®®® mm
rOCK IN TUB
MOW Kt.lAII NEEDED,
TRY    TUSSINE."
2S micL SOc. per Boi:1.,
.        .. , Prepared mul Sulil Only by
Oil  sevelill   Iul iner neeuslull-   it tins
conie wilbiu lbe sphere uf our duly lu  _ _       _ .  -»- f.*j
|,ulnlnut lo lbe government the neces*   J\,    1\ ,     1 A Y JL-.L/Iv
idly Uml existed of earning uul rer
lain wurk iu lbe mutter uf building
mads, eii.. su Ihul assistance nilglil In
given Ihcieby to the settlement of tin
province's  vacant, lauds,  nnd  tiettei
VI, '   „       , ®®$®
'A Lumbermen s Overshoes t8j
Ha Manitoba overshces.
Kit Kit Kit
i'S   -ft   i'S
Ha Also a New Line of
mm
.   .   .     Gnad Stabling.
PiUCES REASONABLE.
McLaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SKQP   IN   CONNECTION
Singe Leave every Miniilay nml   Wednesday
(in- Miii'iam. Wash,
!jg FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED $
j W i&
{WMiwmm^m §mmMm^m
. W. C. POUND
ENDERBY HOTEL
11. W. WltlUllT.l'nul'.
:-:    ENDERBY, H.C.   :-:
THE   DRUGGIST,  VERNCN.
l;OR   SALE
LIOBiVSKiO COt 1(1.
facilities I'uciiisimii fur iriiiispi.riniiiui 160 Acres of Land. All Meadow,
ami travel lietwcen uur several mining ! -ji-
.-aiupi.     Thai    lhe   gov,*,- cllt   have , R^ffiS-!' Six mltala^p'l-lS
nol io lhe past I timed a deaf ear lo tbe ! Kinney.  One Mil" from waggon road,
l-eciilllinelldillinils   made   In  I Inan by,
lbe press iu lh 's' matte s ive are quite i'mm
aware, as in some insl unci's wlinllyunil ]
iu oi hois in  pari have lbe improve*
luco'i s uigtit. been carried out.   Hearing Ibis iu miud, we are therefore ein-
liuldi'lied tn again draw their nttenllnii
in the imci'Bsity thnt exisis fur furnishing  u   menus  iifeiiiumiuiicul inn   by I
■V''|K"" """' '"''" ' Gmlul |,nlil.'i(''    Norii-KisiimiiiiKiuiii :„■ Licensing
Keillc jllivcr, and the greal noouig .',lm.| fm-ihu snnlliern iinrliiiiiuf the (Isiijum
canipnf Rossland. In doing so, we District, will bu hold nl Ibo Oavernir.o-it OIHiio,
ouii itwiirn thai  the iiiidertakilig would  Osoyo Monday, IhelOtbdav of llocoinbev,
. ,   , ...        i ...,,   189.1, at elevon o'clock In tho fortnionn.
Iii-a suiiu'wliiit expensive une. and yel
■we jum eiuiiidi'iit. ilinl llie increased    Government Ofllco,Osoyoos,ll.C.
(ravel  lielv.ceii    tlie   I'u.ilcnay  oik! | ________ .	
llouudary Creek camps that is even
now Inking place and liuiling its way
iinl d oul of the Slnles, owing lo
lu the i,rn,-existence nf this nvenue nf
4'oiiiuiuuicaliiiu, In say mailing of the
•splendid market lhat would be furnished llie set Hers uf this district, and
lbe great iiiinpel us llnil would be given
iu milling mutters generally wuuld
•warrant any nullity that lhe Government might l,e called upnu lu make.
The distance is nut greal thai would
•give coiineetiun lie,ween the Iwu
puinls, and ne ,-ne assured the greater
ji.u-lioii i.f the roud could he easily
(mill, anil Ihe cussing uf the di i.les
is
livery hi Connection.
i   FirauiluM u-vomiiuidatUin for UottinierclAi
^r_i:-X-£lcie-x*J3a.ie5,fc et_a.d I^to.^s^x-ex* ty-ouum.
i    lUiiiLiiiji nni I r-'uliiug in ubuudaii-fl .liruugU.
Musk Ox Robes K^it ""* 1,K"U
„ . i   I'.ink Ilnriwuaml Uuldw(uniUhed tuSpnrlt**
1 *i« Animals, Birds ard
l'm Fish
#
Mounted in Kirsi-rhiisH).
SKINS TANNED  AND
sf\] It'.GuMED
/ K.,f   i~-J   Fill,  Hi ..a  -.\a ran S-i.la
MIDWA 7. B, C. Deer Heads a Sptciaily
JUST ARRIVED
Orders li) Mail Hill Iiei
l',-, (..in Attention.
r OP jH.1v). I mull on .-hut-in; i tioiiun.
I''|..l.~  Millie tu llnll'l* ;"
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
for raw runs.
Winner ol Gold Medal
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, t-ROP.
Al C'lllisiuu, ai, ,i,i Won    •
'X]'ZT    'EXCELLENT BOARD
l'.si out.■.. Box in"i i
VBBSOIif,   £;.   O.
NOTICE.
TIIIIITY it.Ws Iron, iliiia ne. Iho under-
signotl, intonil niiplylng lo tliu AHSistanl
l 'iiiiiiiiisaiiini'!' n( l.iuuls nml Wnrka for n lidL'IIBO
In iii'iisimi't for coal on lho fnllotvingtlosiii'iboil
tract of land: Cotiinicni'lng nl a s.hUo sut iiomit
ono half uiilc fnnn tlio iinnilli i.f I ink orook,
nn' I'uiiulngllionoootiBt inm inilc. tlienoosotilh
ono mllo, tticnco ivesl mu, nil o, llianco north
nne initi, tu llie point i f coininc'iu'ciiieiit,
W. T. T,P M.SO.N,
JOHN WEIlt,
Midway, Oct. 31, lilfi,
MEN'S
A re I ii*s
C;oii)l)ii|iitii.)ii     slioe
;ii|(l boot,
Lun*|bermen's   I^ttli-
bers,
Snow  Excluders,
Three-buckle    Emperors,
l.ulibcr boots.
JOYFUL-NEWS
  ■^"eL/-__>5«i__jrT. »:sww."»«tai!^"
liOOD STABLING
A'l'   'I I IKS
«(«=Bf-iS«-*f*-»-**BB"
Camp Fairview, B. C.
HU-jK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
Dissolution of Partnership.
LADIES'
would uul benny worse, if ns luui.asl   The pari noreliiii lionlnfuro oxislltigliotivoon Arctics,
lbe road w bich was innile uver liniind- \ Angus K, Slnnrl nnil William II. Norris, un.lor
iiu-y nun ntai.i.    We Irusl. llii'ii-fiu-t', tiioliriiil fBtiiart nml Karris,.Midway, B.| Button Aragon,
t.us in ililcr will receive Ihe eill'liest
attelllinn uf tlie gnvcrnineiil, sn Ihal
lliei'ond may be aviiiltible tuiiccummo*
QKANAGAN gAWMILL,
_^ J^ELOWNA, B. C
You can now  purchase Ccilar Panel doors, beautifully i-ms-i-i-uss AocoMMonATibs con a cuts.
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,  Laths,   Shingles and
|iill oilier kinds of house   finishings;   Rough  and  Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River  District solicited and prices
furnished upon application lo
MOUTH (IF BOOK CltKKK.
XX.    PittuHL-UeiKah.,    -tOC-g-l-.
GOOD STABLING
„_' lixiii'llciil Fishing on Kettle Itivur..,
dale lbe vast nuiuiint i f I in v el uud
traffic tl,at issuce lo lie the uiilconie
nest summer, if lhe inpiil adviiiin-
in'lit ihal Is taking place in ihis am1
Ilm Ris laud dlslriits.
► • 4       	
VK1.NON UOSPII'AI,.
In one last week's issue a Id tec was
|iiililisbi',l uvel llle sigoaliires uf I In
juiiil secretaries of Um I'uiuuiitt.ee hnv-
jug ill liaiul till* Kliicillllinn uf sub-
Hci'lpliuus Inward Um erection and
niaililciiaiice of n lii'spilul al Vcriiun,
Mince lhe pulilicalinii nf lhe letter re*
fei'i'i'dlii,",he in liter has I i  pretty
I tl., was by inattltll e n.sa'nl tlisanlvi-d on Hi"
j twelfth day of November, ISHi. I.liibllllliii will
iic ilisilinail mul iiss"is of file ani;'. Ill'lll I'.illiailii.l
liy Ilia linilci'sigtloil.
WILLIAM Ii. NOBP.I3.
Mlilivay, 12lli Novoinbor, it'Xi.
MINEaAL ACT, li93.
Coi'tillciito   of Improvement
CHILDREN'S
Arctics.
GERMAN SOCKS and FELT BOOTS
II.  KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
FOR SALE
Tiii. wiNN'ii'F.j vl\ii\i
Sitnato in d
Mining Dlvl
TAKK NO'IICE Uml 1, Umioan MuIiitonh(
tlVC I!
SHb:u- Reservation Trading Co.
 minors coi'illumto No. ftllllll, Iniontl,   .. .
sixly ilnj-Bfrom tlmdn'.o horoof,luiiiaiiy in tlm «;-:.;*t,li;i .*ii,*;iA-;h,'.y,,*;'r>>;;*;:-;;-n-.r,\W.w!
ilolaiiuininisslonorfoi'iieci'isiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiivii. iwl*j**'ijJ'jJu;ijJujujujujw ^j
ffli-   LADNER'S,
J. S. DONALDSON      Jte
HOTEL KALEMALKAj
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   -   -   -
W. J. MEAKIN   ■_■ ;_-_■ PROPRIETOR!
IHIS   HOTKI,  XKK.DS   NO  Sl'I'Il'lAI,   Ki'irO.MMI'-.NDA'l'lOX j
tZT I'-|i-k|.('1iii-h Accotmnotlutlon nt (lie Sii-iiuuuiH .Tuncii,>n  IIihis,..'?.„
KSTABLISHED   Is-Mli.
iMAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY:::!:!:!:;;" °'" 'iM '"°""y
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
I   This is it BpiomUdly  UnUhptj Iidiikc inside
| nnil mil, al mi )Kt nuw, witli gooil Htablo nn<l out
in'juts, for tha |nu'p.ts) nf obtaining u Crown
grant nf tho abuvo claim. ^f.
Anil fiinhor Liko noilcu that ativerso cluiins gjtj
iniit-t Loaetit ti) iuu Mi. ingitcoor.lorant!action r^
(v.iiiiminiil bofn'O 1.1,; iribiiini' c ..I such rni-ii.l- pjlj Vft
fullydiscnssudliysonieofthel lint   "Koil'ISh'iUyofNuvombor,'.CM.    ill, # CHEMIST   &   DHUGG-ST c|
-esideuts of tliis sectiun, nml Ihe gel
".TTfBILTDK  I''AHM,"
-   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -|
**»Ts.iTb_i5_i?>iiiu»«.ir*, yDPft.
•eritl coiisetisus nf opinion would seem W^riO^ ]ri
lo l«i Hull, a Brent necessity exisis for INU I luC. ;K£
.snell an instilntioo nt.  iinl  iicare, :     I)issol„tio|1 ()f Partnership.     I
In ilm Lower Okiiiiugiiu limn i< Un j ffl
present hospital, located al I'uiuluiips. i   Notico is licrol y glvon that Ilm partnership ffl A Full Line nl'-asKJ
'1'liis being the case, we helieie acbeei-1 heretoforoexisting boiw-e n All l'oyoand .Mini xA
fit! usslslmice will be given ihepruj.'Ci   Un»k has ilils day toon dissolved by mutual ffl>
,      i ...      , ...     ,.     . , ,.(ilm.*.lit,    Oillaliiinliiid   iliTinuits  will  be   re-  (r*!
In   be i-i'Mien snl   Ins i in en . or a, ;        ,     ,„,,,,,,,   „ , 'ft'
reivi'il iiiiiI all ilobls |i u I by l!n> new linn. Ay.
lensl by Ibal purl hill ul uur pupiilnllui j A„ U.M AN1, MiM H0CK,    ffl
wlm are iicipmiiileil willi llie L'p|iei punk Crook, Nov, 18,18115,                            ffl
lOkminguii nml lis rci|tii|euiiiols, —^r ^~,
1.1 \] iiTII'K is her -by given lint III days after - X,
Tlii'itssisiiini ciiininlssi r nf Inn,I,- i IN   Onto I. i.oinjn n'onil, iiicoud tojiiipjy to | ffl
lit,d Wiiiiks lias ;l.u;!i
ti
' .... Chlof ,!i).it!iil.*)!ituujr u£ l/Ui.la ntnl Works  _a-
sl'i'jn iii milil\   rn)* ft litiunsotu out ani carry away Uiiihorfmui 'mj
'1"lil"l" "»l"'  »W  :1 <»M"   l"11" '^X^iUlXIme'™. tilllkiifll
recent order issued, demanding pay Nona Furs "i ivoitm river, nlmnl ill milen ,.~,
,   ,.                   iii           ', soiiili ut me Forks, and riiiiiui!„' theuee iini'iii ii,t{
uii'iil nl .-iri-tnii-x mi lillitl | HU Iuim-h imrl i 11clniiiiMiilmiR llu- mink m tSi - i-iv.ir, ivesl 1.' ?;'
pi'i-eiuii i .ns, uf Ilm ii.n.i in', due by chains,-math ■iclidiis.uwl t' olialiis, nioro or I ffl
'           i            ,                                         ' I Inns, Iii ninnl nf iic.^iiaiiii,'. uiui I'liiiliiuiui^ Hi,   .-,.
tl'il.b,,'   leihn   i sl.it.MHil.nl aa-    ,•!■,.«. raorlcss, ffl
.-.nnil   « I,iiii Inns Ui ii, niiiliiii',1 A.sj oeginnlng at a post on the east bank of JC.
(.null., uiui ll m.iM.s inn  nun u.i |],o miiw river lEuunt J uilluiiiaiiUi nf tha abora I Sy
(I.i llieniuiiii.il nf their Indelileduess, Innil nail running llicnoo north U timltis along
VERNON, B. C.
Drugs
Patent Medicines
ToiletfArticles
Trusses, &c.
-,01'u   Si'1*:cialtii*:s- -Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
'frees Free from Pests.
_$ FRUIT   AND OHNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
S<    Send for free Catalogue.       E, Hutcueuson, Manager.
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\ SADDLE HORSES . . SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS . . BUGG1E8 FOR HIRE
1
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Mall   Orders   From   the   Lower
Country    Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
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sjM.iclWay Feed ar\d  LiVery Stables
MAOKAV INCRIM   •  •   •   PROPRIETOR.
.   I'-lllTII'.-  .lllllll'.N  111   MaIICI a.  I'l NTKTtlX  .\MI  Ol Ull: l'llINT
te^-i-^m'_^?!_^iiaa^':iii_..ii-^i::3i^v;s_
inntiilsii good trnilc. II sliinils uu its
own grounds of two nml u. luilf tu-ms iu uxtout,
mul its u good invi'sluii'iil.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This huililint! is twu storeys nigh and Rtantls
nn its own ground of luilf un acre In extent mul
is in a ct mi i in t in lint; buatnoBS l^LUon.
Kim Tkrmb Arn.YTu
I). NU'UObNON,
Okanagan Mission
MARTIN    BROS.
LRADINO IIOCSK FOit
JIM I.i 1  If .lliu Ml,it ill I. hill1 111 t»l.tW hW.*>,    BUIHlUlll niniiliiBlhciin'imnll IjU LJIlllllH lUmiy   r^, C^.Cf:. ^■^■^•^.'•^■^^■^■^■1:,'.    ^T>-vV HtH »AVA!AA!AAl>AW &aHaHa*U   Aj^jAWAf/AfAAlAAtAAfAVAjjAif^V Ha
"I'l,,   gov,.,' i„  snvs lo Um settle,   .tiffk«. itol'KSit'Wt'S ^'&M^^^^l&Mi W^i-^^WW^^IrtlWWC ftiSftftftiSftiSftftiSiSK
IFURNITUREl-^
aiul|iurcbus,-r.p.iyop,uii(luni|.nil.le.l!i j iieglnillng,nil Ic-ii,UUnlngttujlneivs,nior
lbe ilclili,r will suy In llie giivci'lllimlil.     Kottlo . Ivor, Illl, November, 1833.
iiiiii a feu exci pi Inns, I will!
ir lei
IK,II.
A c mil ii'' revision and appeil u ii
nil   l-'i aim   nexl IhcL'llil
tie I   III'
Insl.
1 i/.l\T..ll.   .liniiii (ar ever) iinocou|itcd  "( Lynch crock, uml ruiuniw ilu-m-uin.i-ili
VV   dl'ill'li'l "f Mniiiiil'ii. V.' IV. T. um:  uIimim nlong llu tans 'I ma rtvur.nwl
NOTICK In liorobi given tlm' tlilrlj days
i.iiiii iinl,. i.i. uiii iiliiu, iulenii luapti.y
■ ntlii' riild'i' iinaiis.l ni.thi' I,in Uuul Works
[urn lit-ns- inenl uiui i-iu-ry awiij- Limboi' frmu
Ihofolluwliigileserl I lands i
Itcgtmiliig nl a i>oHi ou ibe uiui bunk nf ilia
Snnil Fork nf Kettle rivor,ub iu 11 mlitBtioi'lli
,f l.vucli i-n-i'la uml running lliuiieonurtlilil)
SO
SPOKANE FALLS
125
ant
Ha H.i Hs-
4,1     «H     4,1
RAILWAY H |cheaperthanever| J
cr-"' -ft a* Bd
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
Vexmon, S. C.
T
Sit
lliiii-lii'iilinnliin, Iii reiu'iseui iiiii-luii'ily inni   ciiiiiiis, su'.itii 111 chains, ivonl 111 eluilns, iaure or '~*,~£ 'ft 1^-r* «-*** *«-\l-_/\l 1    T3v>#Nr-l          ft S3
ilhii it-im i-.r.i-.'H-k nml I,..,.' ,i,...fi um,   i.-.i.hi ni ...■aaiauiiK.iii- , soiiili along Nelson & Fort Shoppard Rmlw.y   ^'J s]t -I   .Zi Tl 1 1) [)(-» | I    rjlOS--    iii t~^
In ii-li.ilc in- ii.irl , l!i".v,,iil i niik 11 um ni.r lm eli.uii-. iicslli, ^-S ft ^~ **"           r                       m* M. \S*J*        y. (,____;
iiiiii will Iiiul ll,:,   I'liiiima iml'lli laneli-lin-'. iii*i llli'liilina. luiiri'iir ...     DAI.     Tn    uriT qau     p     r     CSS) ill Si. ("""H
iiioih,   ess, In point of iioihiu.im.eiiiiUiliiIng 441 acres, ALL   HAIL    IU   HbLSUN,   b.   L.   ^^ VJf                                                                        Tk< |-»a«J
l.i... I.i, nil liniiii
lime men, Kxtii'i'tcii
ni er ii t,Mnil niie.   tuiji riiii'iii nfronts, fill
(iiriiii'i's sons, ..|ii'iii ■ makers uiui miliiiol loiinli.   mul' ' I'
cm will ilmiell liilnnk lulu iiii-. .MeiiilcvnlliiL     A.,.iiii.,;iiuiiiij;.i: .i i«,sl un He ureal biinkol
SSS|   ,M4
Kit     Kit     Kit
...     .14     ..4
4.1     4,1     4,1
iii
ffl?M.KVcS'anSri'« ..Ap^^Kffnr^ Only through  line to Nolson,  p^ | '"  ' V'        .TjnTTr^l
^::ii;;!:;i;n:,;!ia,^- -Hrt-tf««^«    PMj ,**m i*»    & ;i TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED M
-i.i   ...,-    ....  ll',„ , ,.  '    „,,,il, y.l ,-Iiiiiiij    i.'i.-i.   :„l   i'l iii in.   Hint bun    I.. , i-nfl    GIaaAii    (Iaiii.c ' >.v     *•    '  ' v ^,.
1^
ise i.\n WiaaaMii'iix.
Prii|irloiiu'suf"Fuitlil, .aui's.ins.
Liu'-eci In tlio liiiniiiiii.i, Over "WIacre
Ilea I iilllit. Tin-iiiiiii. I Ini.I In- bus l lileilg
111., nml ..I.iii.itiiI. P.','.
anlilli saillilina. Ives, a.l cluuiia, luiil'e ur li as. li
nuitii nf bugitmliii-, eiintiiiuiiiu lot, aoi'es, nior,
iirlrsa, l.KWt.S HIND.
K a Icl Ivor, lltli Nivjinbor, lui.
do wj oo HUNTING?
and Slocan Points.
cr*
VERNON, B. C.    ;!4
^    or course
You will buy a MARLIN.
klOlTUKIshoroliyKlvon tlml :n days frniii
IN iia1 il, l'. Illlnls llroeu. Intend lo npiilj
hi. li, l 'liii'f l 'iiiiunissiiini.|. of Limils mul Wurk,
ini a ll.aiii-;.! in an, a.al i-.u-ry iiway tlinbur from
lhifill.iwliigilcsi'rllie.lliinilsi
tl 'Khiiei-'iil a |i ^1 un tin went bank uf tin
Nnl'lli Fm-!. "1 Untile i-ln-r. nlioul : i lllile
norlh uf Lyuoli ia-ink, und ronnini,' diuneoii all
lilima lhe hank .f ilm rl ver lo chains, west :;i
-li.iius,s,niililoohatns.ensl :m chains, iniro u,
lesaiuilii iiiini '( M-aiiiniiic, llioiieo siiiiP
11 uu'Ilm t'lial bunk i'f I'll' riv 1' lill e Hill", "Ha   I        ,   ,
■/leliiiii ,11,1'tll mle'iiiil s weal *l isliuliw, ill u- '      H !ia» n s..lia top-l'rotEctlon.
,ir li'.i..s. in iliu ti iin! uf ii'i'iiiui.i.a. u iit.i.nia^ ltiJciinuiiiiiuslilii-Coui'cnlence.
^i.-c.-a ,i ■>' er i ss. ItlsllglitiYnli-luConifort.
UmiiIii.|*1ii'.|'i,'ill uii'isi iiii Hi" wem   link 11 I UlinitbclliLuniilliirriil-Accnr-cT.
tlm sum ■ iiiiii. ii "in "1  « Will "J Lyncl j llto, -„„„„ parti-giupllolty,
eaoLi, .uul riiinlii-thonoo li r hul mg the um '       .   ft   '      ,
tit ;li" I'iC'T  III,.Iriii.ii,'.vaul llli'liaiaii. .aa.It   '       Srntiforcoiiilili'tii riiiiilnitiic, free, bimcitil pnclc
fljullis. oust WI dial ". ni'ii-c in- Ic*.-. li'M, ■ II 'll'
if i-igllilllllg.illl 1 mill niiiiiiKi.'ilii.Ti.:,, nml',' ..
I.... r. .iiiiii.(i:i:::kn.
Jii-:ii,,-..)(".. Will NtivciuU'f, ib.        i.
iii,   ROSSLAND, B.C
Daily (except .Sunday) between Spo-  y,, y,, y,, y,, y,, vf/vI> v?i ,,,vV K,,,,, ^,,  ivjijvi/svvtyi^j^^il^ljvij^^
kane nnd Norlhpnrt. • VJi?J{VI?«-ivVj*;W>I?«•£?>iC*I<VI?*-;?'>IC Viv<i?Jjr5;?/i> ■.wlvylwSv •■l*. }J> <!wj>
'fri-iveekly   between   Nui-tlipurt   uud :     ,„  n,M, ,      ,i n ■ «■ m-_-^^«--——_---—■
Nelson,
I GOING NORTH QOIXO HIll'TH
11:30a. m MARCUS 2aip.m.
BFXAUSB-
of caitlH rur 15 mils.
THE MAR!JN FIRE ARMS CO.,
JVcw iFr.vcn, (:oiir»
(hi Tuomlayii,Thiu-H-laj,8) nml Sat iirdny-B, train
wili nni tbrongliln NoJboii, arriving al oJSfip.m.,
making cloflDconuootlon with ihoBicumur Nul-
h to i' i* Kn-sld iuu! nil lako points, arriving nt
Kiikiihu fliidi iuu. name ilaj'Hi Uoturniiig, piw*
si;iih'i'rn will leave lakfl p'lint.' uinl NVImiw mt
M'uriay«, Wodniftlaysniwl Krklays, arriving at
*pnl:aiiO saiiif tliiVi
PasnongorH fnr Kottl.* VAw.v nnd Uninnlary
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAG!     ImXHSXA
:All nrders promptly attended to:—
Grand Forks, B.C.
COURTS OF ASSIZE.
• ll utile uatesanii Pla ■       i
■ Nibl Prlus, Oyei il liirinlndr
and Genec-.l Gaot Petlvery lor [lie
Vent' !«35.
Leaves Marcus	
Arrives Midway	
Leaves Midway.. - -
riiiaciii-iii's rur Koine itivor anil iiiiniumi'V   ,\    *        A/1
Creek iioiincci. nt .Marcus ivlili sliigii ll.iu.v.   | ,'VITIVeS .VKU'CIIS	
Fur THAU.  CIII'.F.I-   MINUS cunnoct nl
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LOCAL AM) DISTINCT.
Mr Kerr is busy hauling lumber and
intends erecting a residence here.
The work of decorating Paliiicrstnii
ball fur the annual hall un New Year's
day has been cniiiinenccd.
Mr. W, T. Thompson uf Fairview
came over on Friday's sluge and is
I ustling annual uur mining camps.
Mr, J. Stevens cainr over trout Fair-
view nil Wednesday, and is nuw a
guest nf Mr. White at While's camp.
The annual Christinas tree intertain-
ineiit uf the Midway public sclinnl will
he held nn Christinas Day. Particulars iu next issue.
On Monday last Mr. M,mail.in came
down from Camp McKinney and passed on to Spokane, where be lias gone
to purchase winter supplies,
Mr, II. P. Palmerston left on Friday
for Spokane, having been successful in
bonding llie Greenwood properties in
which he bus an interest.
Mc. Ij. S. Spraggett has five tuur-
liorse teams steadily engaged hauling
freight bei ween Marcus and Grand
Forks and the different mining camps.
Mr. R. Cawstun passed lhrough Mid
way on Saturday with it, large herd of
beef cattle, whicli lie is taking into
Trail creek by way of IheDewdney
trail.
It is reported Ihal freight teams are
to be brought io here from the Nicola
country hy Mr. W. Manning, who has
made up his mind to locale in Ibis
section.
Another nice dwelling house adorns
Ihe Midway townsite. it having been
built by tlie Townsite company, who
intend erectingnthers as sisin as lumber can be got upon Ibe ground.
Every day sees Ihe prospects looking
blighter and brighter, and everyone
fees that in the near future prodigious
development, of the country will lie
the result of transactions now Inking
place in mining properties,
The frost of the pasl few nights has
effectually stopped the ploughing, at
least for the present, lull, willi our
equable climate it is reasonable to
suppose mole work in ibis direction
will he done before wilder scls in for
guod.
Such n large illinium nf freight is
now passing Lhrough the counlry that
there can lie ,1111 le doubt lhat we ace
going ahead, aud if liusiness did uot
warrant, il, merchants would nut. be
laying in such an enormous amount of
guuds.
Mr. J. A. Coryell has returned frour
Grand Forks, where lle had been surveying the townsite, plans of
which are now lieing prepared, nml be
is now engaged on tbe Boundary Falls
townsite, the laying oul of which into
lots he commenced on Saturday,
Tlm Midway Townsite company have
donated another half block of land to
the government, to be used fur building
purposes, Winn tbe government
grounds are laid uut with lawns,
flower beds, etc., imd trees and shrubs
planted, nnd a new fence around
thein, lliere will he none prettierln Ihe
whole Dominion.
A report it in circulation in the district to the effect lhat Mr. Midgeon. of
Farrell k Midgeun, is dead; alsu that
tlie Sleiiiwiiider claim in Greenwood,
in whicli this gentleman is interested,
is running down'. To boll, of these
rumors we are enabled to give a direct
denial, as the gentleman in question is
alive and well, and tbe Stemwinder,
instead of running down is working up
a splendid record fnr itself, and is fast
approaching what inay he looked upon
ns a very valuable mine.
On Wednesday, the 20tli Insl,, John
Lucy, charged with the effence of having presented a pistol at the head of
an Indian named Martin, nt llouudary
Falls, on the night of October 2fl, with
intent lo alarm, surrendered to his
bail, and lbe case was again resumed
before Justices of the Peace James
Kerr and W. II. Norris. For the defence two witnesses were produced,
Harvey Wilcox, the party whn was
charged at a fori,ier silling uf the
cuurt. wilh the theft uf a saddle from
the same Indlau, bul was discharged,
and .Mr. T. Hardy. In the former the
accused hud a very unsatisfactory witness, as his evidence strengthened
rather than otherwise Ilm case for llie
prosecution, his statements being of u
very disconnected mid cunlradlctoty
character, The court, after reviewing
the evidence, Imposed a fine uf $lo aud
costs, amounting innil tu $22,85, or In
default, of payment, one month's imprisonment,
patient wilh fair chances of recovery.
Although nnl deletions, a great depression seemed lo settle upon the patient
and on Thursday last this grew sn io
tense as localise a temporary lit uf insanity, during the prevalence of which,
and during tbe temporary absence of the
nurse, he, sad to say, placed a revolver
tn liis temple and committed suicide.
On tile following day an inquiry was
held as lu the cause of death, by Justices of the Peace T. McCallum and 8.
Almond. At present ills not known
whether he has any relatives in the
country,
MINING   NOTES.
In the Skylark cnnip Mr, J. G. Green
bus struck a three-foul vein of ore ou
Ilis eluiin recently located.
Tbe mill at the Cariboo mine iu
Camp McKinney is nuw again, afler n
innnlh or twu nf rest, busily nt work
pulverising the rich ipiari/. of the
famous mine, ami so completely has
the recent development work been
dune, Ibal it is eunllileiitly asserted
that at least two years' ore is in sight.
Gold bricks and guud dividends isngtihi
the older nf tlie day.
Very cheering news cutties fI ■ nil
Greenwood camp, to the effect that in
the new shafi sunk oo the Stemwinder
claim, which is lining developed by
Messrs. Farrell & Midgeon, lhat at n
depth of 70 feet a drift was run to lap
the ledge, which bus penetrated already Into 8 feet of solid ore, better in
quality than any llnil hns formerly
been taken frointhissplendld property.
Development wurk will prove our oft/
repeated cniiteiition that mines worth
millions will yet he found to cxisl in
one Boundary Creek camps.
4.4
I       a  ' CAUSE.
Nen '   im       if llle Slid death of n
prospector niiumd GintiiuiiiiJn, ivh i foi
some Utile time past bad been nick nl
le,   He Inni In  " sullci'liig
mm In '■■ *r, nnd
a few days ago suddenly grew worse,
as a result nf iiiflnnintion of I he bowels.
Dr. Jakes wnssent for and succeeded in
,'brcking Hie iiillninnlinii ami lefl lbe
FAIRVIEW NOTES.
J. White has opened a butcher shop
io Camp McKinney and hashii brother
io charge.
John Slovens and Fred Gwalkin are
working un a very promising prnspecl
uu the Siinilkaineen.
The Strathyre Mining company, after a season's work, laid off their men,
the principal pari leaving hy the stage
on Friday. It is rumored that they
will again actively prosecute lhe work
in lhe spring.
Mr, Webster of Kcrenieos lias raised
a fine crop of onions Ibis year. They
nee of the Yellow Dinners variety and
are a good onion for winter use, He
gallic,ed nbiiiil five tuns from a small
piece uf ground,
T, Elliot had a very serious attack
of bleeding at the nose a few days ago,
whicli lasted nearly seven hours, but
wns eventually stepped by n physician
wlio bud been sent for. He is now
quite well again.
Mr. Doherty, a milling expert, accompanied by Colonel Dennis, a well-
known milling man, and Mr, Graham,
the representative of the Crawford
Mills, have been looking over the
Morning Star and other properties
sgere.
One uf lhe most, successful nnd decidedly the "nicest" dance ever held in
Fairview, took place at lbe Golden
Gate hotel, and reflected great credit
on the management, The supper was
In every way it credit to the hostess,
Mrs. Shurson, a great variety of viands
of excellent quality and in bountiful
supply being provided and this, added
to the music furnished by Messrs.
Brent nud Gallagher of Kelowna, whe
came here for the occasion, and thi
general good feeling and order preserved rendered it une uf Ihe most enjoyable evenings ever spent by those
who had the good fortunetohepresent,
and a general feeling of hope that the
proprietor would find it convenient to
repeat it at no distant day was the ds-
siro of all, and many are the regrets nf
thuse who failed tu attend.
 *-•-*	
IRONSIDES AND KNOB HILL.
A Part Interest In Two Greenwood Properties lionded.
Another good deal can be chronicled
this week, and for the future it may
reasonably he expected lhat transfers
of property will be of frequent occurrence, as negotiations are pending lietwcen many nf uur local milling men
and outside capitalists. The bonding
uf a three-quarter interest in the Iron
Sides and Ktiuh Hill to R. Struhorn of
of Boston, Mass., fur the sum nf $35,0(10,
uf which $1,500 was paid down, and
the balance to lie paid in ii, (I and II
months, will draw still further attention to the already famous Greenwood
camp. The pari ics tu the linnd, other
than the purchaser, are 11. While, C.
J. Lundy, J. Stephen, if. W. Palmer*
stoti and A. Ii. Jones. It will he te-
inemhered lhat a short time ago the
owners refused to dispose uf these
properties fur Ihe sun, uf $35,000, ami
the wisdom of their course is quite
apparent,ns the present bond insures lo
thein litis amount, and al. lbe same
Hum they retain a quartei' interest in
each uf lhe two claims, Any one giving expression to au Impartial opinion
wuuld be bound lu ad mil thai Iur the
amount of development work dune,
ll' (ll is i-I.U till    ibl ing ill ll"'
shape uf undeveloped mim
better, limvliig.Umji cnu lm claimed fur
the above mentioned ones',-"., ,1 :. via
the properties (aud there are large num*
bersof llieni) In Iho Boundary Creek
cituips, are •ii.ui'.l'iii iiicd inlo mines
propci, the above claims will certainly
from present indications, he aniongsl
tlie foremost In this respect,
These claims were among llle first,
if mil the first discovered iu theGreen-
wuiid camp, and were Incited in WW
liy Messrs. While and Atwood, two of
the nld time and pioneer prospectors
nf ihis section. The immense sulfate
showings on lliese properties has been
a mailer of comment in Ibe past, so il
is hardly necessary lo reiterate Ihe
same, ami the ore is uf a sufficiently
rich character In warrant the expenditure of a sufficient slim ui money
necessary tn develop them Into mines.
 4-.4	
VEItNON NOTES.
Mr, 11. C. Cooper is building a large
two-story residence on his Ini nu Ihe
cornel of Schubert, ami Seventh
streets.
Mr. H. Mellvaoie of Lumby is building a handsome residence on Mara
avenue, and will shortly move iulu
'own uud reside here iu future, Mr.
Mclli'iiuic is one who apparently has
mil lust fall ll iu lbe future prospects
of Vernon,
Tlm Hank uf .Munireal have llinvt'd
iulu limit' new quartet's in .Marlins
brick block, Thoy ure now right in lbe
centre of llle business portion of Vermin, whicli will be 111 Hull inure convenient fur Um merchants and Inisi-
liiiss men llinii lbe old stand in lbe
Schubert block,
Mr, I'eliT Ilasselle, line nf llle old-
esl residents nl White valley and unit
of the pioneers of llriiish Columbia,
died on Saturday night, the ltlih iusi.
The funeral tonk place at Liunhy uu
Tuesday, Ihe lSih, Mr, Bassetto had
been ciiiilliicd tu his bed for several
weeks, but bad been apparently improving n few days before his death,
ll is supposed that death was caused
bv heart disease,
Considerable excitement exists at
present among our citizens over tlie
recent mineral discoveries made in
this vicinity, Every day claims are
being staked out and recorded, aud
several splendid assays have lieen re*
ceived frum samples sent frotn snme uf
the claims. The prospects am nt present very favnrable of Vernon becoming tine nf the most Important mining
centres in British Coin,nbin,
DIPE.T0I.Y OF AOTM8E
Compiled in Alphabet hai l'orii
And Intended us u Hc'idi
Reference for the Husy Ones
ARMSTRONG.
Ii. Key..*	
N.MoLeod.
Can-ill & Co.
..'. Iriustroug Hole
ainsli mul Door Factor*
 Oonornl Merchant*-
BENVOULIN.
j I). Xirlmkii
;::::::::::
Benvoulin Hotel
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T- Hardy Iia buy Fulls Hotel
Coiyell, ,1. A   Civil Eiigluoct'
Jakes, U. W Physician nnil Burgeon
Ki'iTllnw Hotelier
llciiilcll. il. A (lenernl Mcrcliaiil
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Ti
D
OUNDARY FALLS ¥
mm.
D W. JAKES, M.D..C.M,
IIY APPOINTJIBOT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place !>..,- Threo Different Stage Unco.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Hake Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Clat-E and Chatgea Moderate.
Best EPiiD-s Liquors and Cijurs
MMh)
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
■   A OOOI) STOCK OF
Groespias, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete.
-ORDERS TAKEN VOW ALL KINDS OK
DlU>ympl.\ W QoilCml liiaoltBtnitll      *   /-\ t> t /* -. r v t    r-rwr •*-.   r>   * ▼ ■*» ir i-* t    r^v/rr^iTmr.
aoi-.Mcroi,ai,t AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Bliatftml-S- Co..
.(ii'iiriiil Mcrolnui-U
FAIRVIEW.
Sluira il.o	
BlinLford&Co ... .
Suroulo, 0. II	
Slii'i'luui. Qoo'rgoJ.
....('Ollloil (lull. 1 Intel
..QouornlMorclnuiis
...General Ulnoksiultli
 Falrviow lintel
GREENWOOD
Wood, It, & Co Oonornl Merchant!,
GRAND  FORKS
Loiiiii Laundry
Miller, M Kottli) Illver Blaa-fl Line
Simpson, 0. K Sawmill
Wurd.J Brlok and Limo
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF  .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
Loqtihiio, i
On Muiidny evening tlie Epivnrth
League ineeling ill llle Methodist
church was the scene uf n lively and
Interesting discussion un the subject
nf woman's sphere in the church, The
disrussieii wns led hy Alias Zellwoutb
ivhn sustained her argument in a very
adiiiii'iilili.' manner.   A number of the I	
young men present expressed  llieir
opinions un the subject, hut  I he ladies  ''.'"'ii!.'.'
apparently did  uul   feel  disposed to lliitchcmin, K
enlei iulu Ihe cuiiliineis)   preferring
to leave  llie  mutter entirely   iu llie I
hands (if Miss Zellwiiiul.
Vernon, Nov. 20,
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KELOWNA
414 THA
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Loquliiio& Lloya-Joiics Implement Agcnhi     Kit
l,i.|,iiiiiu; tiros. & (Jo Oonornl Morelinnts     *•(*•'
,.Okanagan Sawmill
LADNERS
Mainland Nursery Co    iii.
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LUMBY
CASH OR TRADE i4
— Will senu'i! to you tho very hesi Imrgnins in nil lines nf M*
, GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . . |
Kit
AND- "SS
AT TIIK (ll(EEXWOOI) S'l'OIIK, UOUNDAHY I'llHHK. II. ('. X
It. WOOD & CO.   Ti.
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KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for Lhe Week I
MIDWAY
PENTICTON
Sproulo, A. (I Express mul singe line
Thui'licr, .1 Penliclnii Hotel
Wnlker, 11... I'linllilini Livery uml Sale Sinblu
C'oryoll, J. A....
Ending November 20. j Oilcssi Hairy A.
14. Lendville, Greenwood cunip, 11. ti.! liim.3. A Mining Engineer
fraser and H. Nash. I 'luin' ";,'"lml A ^   ■■ .^Intiniici-, Etc
„   , . _    Ingrlm.M howl and 1.1very Slitlik*
16. Georgiu IL,   bummi.   camp, G.: KlJr 1Jn), ]}utt!horfl
Iiii'ki'ii. j LoqtilmoiS- Poworn Sawmll
15. Willie I).,  .SiumniL  mmp, J. W. UlcNicol.J GeneralMorulmiil
McC.mn i MoAn!ny& Lundy Boundary Hotol
-,. ..     ,  ,, '    .     ,, ., ..     , i McIMiir, D lllniksiiiilli
15HngliMcGuii'e,Suniiuilcaui|i,Hugh Norrb)W.H Agent Mid way TowiibUo
McGull'o, Rood.J.W Wnlchiniikor anil Jowelot
13. Scutlisll Mlll'y, .Suniinit camp, W.
Diiviilsnii.
15. Missoula, Smith's camp, J, A. Mc-
iTenkln.
16. Opliir, Central camp, F. Gorine.
18. Wellington, Wellington camp, P.
Coryell.
10. Icon Horse,Brown'scamy, P. Gntt-
freidsen,
20. Loyal Canadian, North Fork Kettle river, Ella Clark.
20. Bulte, Norlh Fork Keltle  river,
B, Clark and E. ,1. Ilickey.
TRANSFEItB
18. Puytilltip, j iiitciest, J, Haines tu
E. L. Talc
13. Falcon, i interest, T. ,1. Hardy In
F. Guriiie,
14. Ophir. J interest, ,1. 1. M. Taylor in
1', Feld man.
14. Caiitiui'l, all Interost, H, McCarren I	
til J, H. Tnole. i A nasi rung, W.,I
14. Garfield, ,| interest, Andrew Speuce
loll. .1. Daniel,
CONKLE& DONALD
T.'X" General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
Hales from I'ciiliclun In Camp .McKinney, Hock Creek. Midway i nd
Boundary Falls, two cents per pound for two tons or under. Marcus In Al id-
way, lhe snme tale.   Milieus l» Grand Prairie une cent per pound.
Special Rates for Larg'e Orders and Ore Contracts.
ROCK  CREEK
('(inkle k lliinuld Tciiinsicrs anil Freighter
l'ittenili'lgli, II Rook Crook Mini
SPOKANE
(ieiidways k. M<*.\ vtnoy Nnrfiory
i Spokane FallH und Nui'Llitrn I inil way	
i
VERNON
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
SPOK A M E   FALLS,
I'. o. Hox nifj. Washington
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
. iliii'iiwiu'e Mi'iiliiinl
llnnk o( Montreal (I. A. Ilontlonoii, Hgr
llllliii.-s. Frml HarrlBlor
, t'llinpbell limn Fiirnil ure
14. Lllile B„ J Interest, AndrewSpence coolirano,W.M Bollelior
to H. ,1. Daniel. ] ('iiuvell, T, E Coiiliiiolornnil lliilldor
14. Mitten, J inleresi, Andrew Hpence I mM ''■ K Onnnnlipilotinml liisiirnnoo
,   |,   ,   ,,    • i CiiiTell.., A Civil ICnghieoi'
tn 11. .1. liaiiicl. i,.      .     	
' ( usieriiin, f. I-,  I utiiiui.-aii.n and Insurance
11. Oregon, J interest, Andrew Speneu iionnltlson,.!. H Cliuiiilstniul Ilragglsll
lo li.,I. Daniel. j (lardncr, W Livery I'ocil nml Halo Stablo All ill Pint and
14. Walla Walla, (  Interest, Andrew Ilulolihison ami Davidson.,     Flour ntnl Food
Speuce lu II. ,1, Daniel. ]''"' '''■ K " "'nlolunnkoi' mul Jowoloi'
,,   .. , i,,,      ,  ,    ,       ., i Kiirliy. Fiirln-s M    Civil ICiiginuer     ■  ■  . —
14. Velenin, J Interest, Androw Spence ul|,Jor,K,,t Mm tmAAmv„ _ , __
I..h. j.Daniel, ,,.„,„„_       ....ii»r.i«'»roMoroi,,u,u      i he Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
11. Busliin, f Interest, Andrew Speuce Monkln, IV, J '■  i. >
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Phopu-ietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
Quart Bottles,
Write for
Prices.
Knli iii.i kn Iinl il
to H..1. Daniel.                             i H.vi','. F. A               Vornon I'i'lvatoCollege
14. Mon.ii'L'li.i itibefe8t.Atitli'ew8lJBiiuU Mutrliyivnil»*uiilk.,or  ...VictoriaHotel
' Mi'linllesanil Itiniinl Igriciillnral Imp.
In It. .1. Daniel, ; o'Nonlnntl lliniiilo   HoilnWnlor Worki
21. Mnjcsl ic. J interest, Andrew Speuce Poimil, w. c Tnxlilormlsl
to K. J. Daniel. i Shatford antl i'u Oonornl Morol Is
14. Iron cap, 1-1(1 inleresi, (1. L. Wolf SlmUurd, S. A     .     Dry Gondii nml M cry
and J. ti. Miller to (1. W. Averill.     J,""!" "I';11?"*" Ver,,,,,, Haivmlll
Invlur, It. N      .
14. Volcanic, 1-1(1 inleresi, G. [,. Wolfe ! WIMnms,Gerald
.CllOllllst nnil lll'llgglfll
 Pli.vnieliin nnd Hnrgoon
and ,1, ti. Miller to (il. W. Averill,   j Win-gnu, A. li      Photographer
16. Wolverine, J  inleresi,  ,1.   H.  A. I :;:::;;;
Blown to John Manley and (1. W.'
Averill.
10. Vulcanic,  1*1(1 inleresi,  ,1, R. A. I "
Brown to John A. Manley and G.  f-'nnnillan Hand Drill Co Shorbrooko, Qm
MISCELLANEOUS
Marlin Kiro Anna Co Now Hnvcn.Cnn
MorrlHon. K. 1>. Maroti-tatid Midway stage
FOR SALK
W. Averill.
in   Hill Tup, J inleresi,,I, Grant lu 0,
.1. Lundy.
in. While Elephant, 1 interest, Abe
Hall loll. MeCuicI u.
18. Lady Luke, all Interest, J. Cut-yell j [X THE REST LOCALITY (IX TIIE ver;
t„ii  p->|.„»„, 1   XHX Tiuvii.llc. ii feu ni'i'ii und Iinl?■'!"•
to «, I atlcisun.                              iota.otllierfor bulldtneorgara.i.lrc.
10. Cnlednnia. I, inleresi,,I. Wiseman I   Apply ul tolaoffaor in    	
,   ,, ,„ ,. ". i V.AIIUIAN MEM-ill.
In IL 1. Daniels. V-ii.vos. B.C.
8HEHBHOOKI., ('I KilKC.
HOCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best
Special Compressors driven by
PELTON     WAlEi
WHEEL
mourned dlicu upon era nk-shalt, es-
lieianlli.-uin Hind Iur
utilizing the power
ul mount;!ii. 'li.aim
as shown In  illus-
itralion.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. LORD SALbBU.lY AS A MINER.
Nothing in Australia appeared In
l.nily liopetoun su much as the hovel
iu which tlie Miirtpiis ot Salisbury,I hen
L nil Idilier' Cecil, lived whilst lle was
gnld* digging at Benillgo in 1862, says
Iiitiiiiliieiinu. Th'- hul u bark humpy
nf the orthodox description was. up
ti I a year or twuugni ihllabited l,y an
I'ceciiliic li'isliiuiin iiinneil l)e\ lin,wlm,
up,>n being iiit'iiriuul llnil Liini Salisbury lived lliere, asked, " Who the—is
111:-'' Lilly lliipeliiiui. iipiui seeing lhe
place, said, "The dear old until, I ->u]>-
puse It ivns tbe digging Ihal Hindu biin
> i I'liiuiil-sliiiuiili-reil." As ;i nml ter ot
i'.ui- I,mil Hubert was oue of Iheinnsl
p iweiftll   n  mi  iin- Ileitis at Ibal
tl    An niil mile ul' his once said In
me in a Melbourne bar, whilsl lulling
,net n!il milling days, "ll was a siglii
In sec Hili. ns ive used in inil Cecil
S. A. SHATFORD STOVES! STOVES!
EDWARD f, H4!N,
ii  DEALER IN  ..
Stationary,       S.
-:-     Toys.
Llg'arS, iuaiaoL.no, | ^.   nnpec (J00l)S «(.'Imvu .-.'ii iininiiise iissurlincnt with nil llio Lntosl Trim-
Notions   and   Patent   Medicines, , | \1  VUI   | IMPRV ivonro8iirowoennplwii(oyou,oawolinvonaretoliiiBiiilllliior,niiil
ill  .tllLl.lALlM enn Klvo you tbo Intent In thc-o gootla at prices novor heforo h-mrdot
MinWfiV   R   f* OUR    DRI'SSM Ak' FR hluaaillargOOCTorlencoat tho business, and a porfoot
IVI lu WAY, D. O. WU i\   ui\i.nrt,iini\l-l\ N, |Bguiirantoodpro\*iiling you sond tbo cprrocl nicnsuro
., .,   . .,,,...,,,. ltomeiiihor ivo carry overythlng that a iodyroquiros, nml can savo you money If Y°n Hlm(1 J'"111'
I'. IS. .I.M Hi lia, iinliirstniia. Sond ono tosfay nnd be oonrlnood. Tkiimh emu with Oiiuku.
Watches, Clocks ami Jewelry.
^m-m^-'mt,fB^^^s^vm.-Lr&^'f^^'mk\%^w^'m.^ym.^^^
choo'.-Supplies, Dry O-ooelss arricS. 3Mlllisxea*y
v ic rn ox.
|The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
Tobaccos,
Spsctacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING  A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, H.c
-tripped fur wurk.   IL- had a muscle   t T*T T Q Q T IVf 17 '
mi his iii'in us big ns Sniiiliiiv Bhows,        £   \J t^J^J J, Xm iLrf
was like Ibnl uf a gl.-uliu-
,        „ | , , THE HRST ItKMEDY FOR
iliaui Berry, lute agent-
S^ :'"!.:;,&;" Coughs,Colds,Bponehi«s,
I :        i'   ,i IU      i.i °
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS OF •
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
nnd liis 1111*11 was like Ihnt of a gludiil-
t it'."   Sir liaiiliiiiii   Harry,  lule ngenl
jCiMiiMvil for Vicliu'iii, whilsl   linliiuil
liing wilh  Sail:
inilided llu* Mnnpiis nl Ihu wild old
.lays, anil bis loi'dsbip expressed regrel
ibnl Hi ■ iiiliiain f gold-iligglug had
ileparleil. uml ill ii llie pi'i'i'inus inelal
wns iuu'.' s night  for hy tbe hireling
KTC. ETC,
Prepared   From   the   Original
Formula Only by
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
laborers of 'idatiyei panics .villi JR. N. TAYLOR, THE DHUS61ST,
VERXOX, II. IV
&ST 25 oonts andAJoonls por bottle.
nil suns nf ue.v-fiinglet! iiineltinery.
—      1 I 4
PINE CREEK.
Ilm Cninerl'iii-il, a miller from Pine
-creek, seven miles iiurllnil' B.irkei'Villc,
.'iiri.-cil ilinvii I'l'iini Caribou Ibis week
-after a suiuuiei' spmt in prospecting
jind developing a placer iiiiueuu Pine
creek. He nnd three others, licnnv
•O'llorlck, .luck Roderick and .toil
.Savage, are owneas of 1,1X1') feel, riiniiiug ailing lhe creek. Agouti part uf
tiie season was spent in prospecting,
bul -18 days were pill, in by the four in
•ictuul mining. The gravel iv.issliineled
jnlo a sluice box and the returns for
the IS days were about $1,1)00, or about
$6 11 day per mull,
Altogether tlieru have been 2(1 men
ill wurk un 1'i.ue nnd Sitiniuit creeks
llie past season, and more than wages
were iiiiide hy all. Next year will si e
■a general activity in the two creeks
jind a large aiiciiiiil of g.iid will Le
lai e il.
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
Mil,WAV, n.c.
All Kinds ul Work Executed lo the Rntis
notion a' .1 n i a i'i.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
**j**#«si-!-*fr«»ir*w^»'
0
A CARD.
A. D. WORGAN.
Portrait &Landscap3 Pliotograplier
VERXOX, ll.C.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT  FOR  SAlE.
GRAND PRaIRIE SAW MILL.
—+—,
Kou.ifli Ltiinber
From $10 to 1(112,
Dressed Lumber
Prom $16 to .1ilS
Per Thousand,
HORSES boarded by      Q
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
)
Sirigle DriVers    ,    ,.
I
0
Double DriVers.  ,    ,
D
Saddle jiorses  .    ,
^4i---Uc-i'i-<--'i£'-t.
Qeritle double drivers
b
IE
5
Qerxtle single driVers.
Qerxtle saddle Korses
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
ritles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware,     All   the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
VBBNOjr, ~B. C.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoi'ia,   J3„ O,
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AUEXTS FOR
Brantford § Binders # and § Mowers
THE HEST IX THE (MARK] T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C. F. Costerton, .A-g-exi/fc.
ROPRIETOR.
i-  ;■'  I"  •-■|»
st-TrTT II ■
1
Oortilictlto   of   iiii|in
Tn tlie Boundary Creek nud
Keltle River -Miners and He.si-
tlents (ieneri'.lly:
(IREBITNO. -We lieg In lluike llle
ftliiltiuni'ement thai wc luivit u|)et,ed
ti general store nl the new tor, n nf
dlreeuwnud mi Bimiidiiry creek, where
wc linie uu hand uud dally ami ing n
Jiicgejiluck nf general llleicllilllilise.
In sul lei I lug a slinrc uf yitur pnlt-ciii-
jlge. WeddSII feeling ciillliilellt llllll il
ymi will enliusl us willi ynur laviirs.
wc shall he equally and mutually bene-
(Hied,
Many veins' experience iii oilier
purls ni Ilm lu'iiviuce luis con*
vineeil us Unit ihe piililic generally
wnnlil much prefer luiln liusiness upnu
n ciisli luisis, providing llie price of
guilds is cniisist.eiil with Ihis system.
Keeling ciniliilciil Ihnt. such is the ense,
ive Jii"-'In any Ilinl we have ailnpleil
I hi*, met luui nf lining liusilless, vi/,..
.either furnish nl' ll'ildc, nnd in lining
-a i we lielievc we lire tli'ling in llle lies!
Interests nf iiilrt'Usliunei'S,
An ir*| eeliiai (if uur slock iiiul au
,-iiipiiiv ns lu prices will convince all
1 l,n|. such is Hie cum..
, ,   - n ,i   , nt'llLH'  XOTIl'E  I.s  IIEIIEHY GIVEN, *(
In  cniicliisinii, wi' ivtiuld suy  Unit J-" „i,Ucr aullwrlly ol lhe |ii*ovl*ns of lho ! Itf
even npporlniiilvwill he enilii'iircd l,v "I-untl A''! Aiiioiuuni'iil Acl,!,«, Uml nlliir-j |b
' , ■ ■ rears upon pre-cnipliiiiis or piirohitses oiilKtand-    i
ua Iii fnsler ,,,,,1 render assistance in jngnn(ho21stilaj ut February, U.ll,i, nre nn-.:M
llu- developinenl of lhe ri, |, niiniii" I •>'»? •!■!'■   "!" ] "!l   "! '"''•'.     ":' :"'
iind    ilgririllllil'ill    resiiurces
•seel ioi|,
Kit
SS
',
...     !     14*1
; Iti'ffis It! Iti -
-'UlSeT-liah -le.hllililj'lllsl
. ft. i
"i     I'l     1     a'l
Sri il-istiTslrelf
iiii I
p
I
DWAY
11
ll
II
i
■ ,      I
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
H.i
it   Sill DONALD A. SMITH, Pres,     1IO.N. GEO. 15. nitU.MMONI), Vice-Fix*
• ■    K. s. 0L0USTON, (luxKiiAi. Manaiiisu
IV I i
MINERAL ACT, 1893.       |I| ^!
ovoment.. « Railway, Mining and Agricultural H
Centre ti the Kettle live
Country.
SJ^.^TZS'J'O-SS   ^X5,A.WG2Z.
IIA 1' :OK INTKlMWr AT I'ilKSKNT 3j PER CENT.
TllH Dak;. ll-iitsH Min!'. ivi, Ci.vi.M.
dltuatolu tUtylivrkdiuii]!, Kottlo i.ivcr Mining   !
Divislmmf Vu u District, 1!. r.
TAKE XOTlUBUuil I, Kouort Wood, froo
iniii'.Ts ojrtltlmto .\o. Ilii.ii, liiloml,sixty
iiiij'8 h'uin ihodatu iit'i't'iii', loapiiiy in tliu Uuiil
Uumiiiissiuiiurforttuoriirloivtoo- liiiprovemonts,
tin- ttio [jurposo ot obtuiiitng ti Urown Umnt ut
tlioivotivouiiiiiii.
Am! Eiii'thoi1 luko notico, tlml tulvcrso claims BS
niiiMi iiosoiu luili* Mining ..oconlorftinlootion   ^
commoneoii boforo tlio iiwiuuico of mioli oortlli- $§
onto of iiiiprovonumls,
DiiU'tl tliia 2i.ml day of Octobor, IMt'i,
BULLION AN!) GOLO DUST HANDLED.
J  lii'ati.-'h"s in Ltiuiluii, Rug., •.'!". Vui'ktind Cliicag(i,«ndiiiallt.liepi'inci|,atcitl'S
ia ... ..:.!..   Bu; nnd Idll'SterlliigEschangcandOiilileTransfers. Gfunt
ci mniurl ini iud Irn idlingeindi fl Avnilitlllelhiiny partdf&eworld.
Drai!:, Issued.        Golleotions Made to all'toihts.
if
m
uiiiMlu.a ,:, liiuiisil cni.c.Mliii:
VANKH VUli     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VKTliltlA    ....       NELSON
Vcpnon Bi'iincli : G. A,
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PAimCULARS APPLY TO
W.H. NORRIS o„ ,„ R.C.ADAMS,    \n     , e-    i        in    u   n- j
f Good Single and Double Drivers, and
HI ■ ■—■—
Sl' Penticton Livery, Feed ami Sale Stables
NU'i iOE.
Midway, li. C
I   rtiiSl
Montreal, P. Q.
m
mi.
%
m
Kit
SS
1
1
*
In, lhe u..|.i,i.l Imi n'l ibu     -|    a   ! - j■-i- -i-i-4 4'-
|-l,ih-1 ofrix per eenl. Iii'i'iililinni. Tlicliial instalment.   •HWlttTO'ilW^.lllSltl
tiiKotbei' villi Inleresi Ir be tint day uf
I'lltniurv, l.*ll.'i, L'iiu'iiiiil must lin paid nn ur
Thanking  ynu  iu  iiiillrlpnlinn   f,,,. bofiaothe 81st Iteouiber, 1».  In ilifnuli „f
■   .■ iiiii . sui.i|p:lj-m,.,1i n iibito stops iviil be lakoti
ynur many fnvuin, we remain resiled* I fm' Hie eiuieallatlnii nf any roeordB ur ayree-
i,,u, ,,.'. mollis concerning such luncH.
tll'lySulll'S, w. 8. QOItlj,
ilcputy r,ininiiaaiii!ii.'i'iif l.unils nnil Works.
vi-: ul,.. ii. ia.-all A*r;im, iiib.
It. WOOII ,\: CO.
(ircenwiiiiil, llnuiidiry (ireek.ll. ('.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certiflcilto   ol'   improvements.
KKk'K  liiiJOS.,
lurrciiiaix's,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Till: I'oiuucK Misnit'i, Claim,
Meiit dollvorod ui Hook Crook and nil lira Sltunlo In Summit Ciinip, Kottlo Itivor .Mining
"""'"''■""!"■ |   iiivi-i | Yale lllstitel, 11. C.
J. I'.ERR,
SlUlillMiM
7 "■
1   '4>   M
i       ii
mmtm
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
.HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
IIO-IICB.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
.1, VV. REED,
v ! toniiply in ilu-1 iniil ( oiiuni-winiior for........
tirATpiiMai/rn       j    ininniinni1,1111'111 Imnrovcmonls,foe liic purpoHG nf ob-
WATCHMAKER   and   JEWELLER ; taiiiiiij.finrn\niKmiil nf Uim'MVoolulni.
Ami fu.-l.io.1 liiki* iinllru Mini ucHit^*- ilitiins
  -a-ESO.  SS-   -SJE^KiOTTIiH,
at; Tvl'i'I1 BLACKSMITH  AND V-HEELWRSGHT.
laa.mi 11oo, (roe millers eorttfloalo No.olOlO,
li„ii,„l.iviii,i„-i(i,v,i„:,af,-ni„.i„.,i„i,.i,omif. KORSESMCEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
R. D. Kerr.inpAKKNOTirK iimi
1   (roo uiini'i'a eurllll
MIDWAY, B. C,
Fine Watcli Repairing a Specialty,
All Wnrli IVarranleil.     nO-Jin
miht be .aeiil In llu- Mlnltiu i ni'iit'ili'i'.nml
iiriii.n ooniiiiciieoil boforo lho lioiiiiiiieoof mirli
c it'liiii'iiliinf iiniirovoiiionlH.
Iialcil tills Slh day uf AiikiisI, IStM.
Vernon Privats College.
VERNON, B. C.
I' adkikh Mi-.vik, i'iuncii'a,.. 3aart of Mm and
VERNON : FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Roiled Oats, Oatmeat, 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 ancl Vance Street, VERNON, 13. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL"
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(i. O, SHUKSON, Prop,
PAIRVIEW, II. I'.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
AiTiiiuiiKiilatiiin.   (Iiind Stftllllllg,   Terminus
frum Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First Class AiTuiunKulatin,,.   (Iiind Stalillllg,   Terminus of Sluge Line
from Marcus, Washington.
slaNIl Full I'lUISi'l'ITI's.
:.-, ,-JKSK. - ■"-—-a-T—1-WY,
•Tnill|l iUiKltllie.v. (iMiyiui*. Illilali,:i of
Vulu IMdtrlct. Province of llrltlHi ('«.
lu,niila,in in In. sili Nnvouihci'i   siin.
 * .i. A.J.SPROLE'SBXPRBSS STA&ELINE
Book Or
Kloctoral  District of Yule
|   In necni'danoo ivlth llie prorlnloiiK nftlin As-
iHninonl Ail,t.biui'U nf Iti'Visliin uinl Appeal
G-OxmOr  SOTX'JZ'ZX
will letiye Pgiiticton   7 a. m. every Tuesday', Thursday  and
Saturday, arriving at Pairview t p. m., ami Oro, Washington,
the same evening
Tn II. (I. .-tllll.HV, i:„i, ..I. I'. !! |.|.|.;v, II. ('.,.■ XI
V.MI. Nuiui.. Ki.,,.. .1. f.. Minivav. II. c.   ,.TlT* bold us Mows
(ll'Nl'l Kill's.   I is-.; in   lioi'i-b.   nli,.  inn:   At tin 0 ivoi'iituoiitollloo, Oirny
u"!i" "' in) ItlllHlllnil rn ,i|.;il... :,l  Hie nexl . ill.,, ibe .8.1, day i.f N'ovcillbor, uml at Uml
,i.ii,iK..t.i,..ii.,.„i,i:.-i.,!,in,i,i how fo,. mo Hovmuiiei, oiiiee, jiiiitia,* ••fiitfty.iiio sutii will leiive Oro, Washington, 7 a. ,ii„ Mondays, Wednesdays
lnu-rr it .i-ii f it, ■ ii.-n, - Hivl-.li f Vuii- day if November, LUinl tlio Jiour of oloi'oii hi        i   t- • i i •        i-' •     • ' • .' i
iiKii-n.f.i|.|.i.i.ni. iuu rn iinti-fer m; ii,.,,,,:,. iiu-f„r,.„  j anil   I*ruliiys, reacliiiig rail-view at  11 a. m,,* connecting wilh
'"ll,!""1'"rli'i ' "> I'"l'iil <"•'•' mv um in I isigi i f.M-oowAX,      SS. Aberdeen and S, & 0. and C. P. Railways,
,.e li ■« liilillai-  Iiei',., linlil  nillMtO  in  l'lHII|l       .Iiei  B nf llie (Vllll'l nl llOl'laioll mill Appoai.
Mi 'ian-1 iiforciiiM,  V - i-e-iii'i'ifnll). (Iiiveriiiueiil Olllee,Osnyoo«, H.c,
ll'-ii'l (MJIKIin.N. .Illl.Vnvcnihi'i',WM,
Running over tho MAIL ROUTE
Detween GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
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.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
i\I. Mi *.iVi;;.,      '-"    Ffdp., '■"   "Graiid Forks, B. <-
A. J. Sprole, Prop,
Efc-flLSE'S   2EORW   HOTEL.
LUMBY, U. 0.
firsl-Uliiss Accoinuioilalioii fur (Iiii'sl.s. (lood Hunting and Fishing
.Stages to Vernon anil Hlue Springs.
IjQtlxs Movaixd, Prop,

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