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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. II, No. 15.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
General Merchants.
We  always  have on hand a well
selected stock of the following goods:
Groceries,     Clothing,     Dry Goods,
Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes,   Hardware, Etc.
ALL AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
■■—■—IIIWIMtI
SKATES! SKATES!! SKATES!!!
Just received; all numbers in stock; Send in your orders at once.
*
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Fool 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.
Good Boating and Ming.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LJBQTLriBEE   BBOS.   &  CO.
XBL CfW IU* A..
Dry
Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH t UIN, 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 Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factor)' en C. P, R„ Vernon,
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at lleiisonublu Prices,
LEQU1IH£   4   P J WERS, Proprietors.
XE. O. OA&e^Mi/CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL  MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices,
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
•m- a. OABMX.L * oo., abmbteowo
A   MACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Office, Hahnuiii Avknue,
VERNON, n. C.
PRANK MoGOWAN,
SOLICITOR, rIOTARY'PUBLIC, Etc.
Ollicti, Pound Block, Iliiniiiril Avyiuio,
Vornon, B, C.
POCIIKANE & HILLINGS,
UAHItlSTHIlS, .SOLICITOUS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Officii: oiimoro'H mock, Barnaul Avenue,
VEItNON,     •    II. C.
W, M, COCHRANE,       -       FitEu, llnaiNtiw
TT   E.CltOWELL,
TIIUNSON ST., VrlUNtl.V,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty,
H.
W, RAYMER,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, II. C.
Plana ami Specifications proparod and cstl
alalia! fiiriilHlictl on all kimla of buildings.
? H.LATIMER,
VEIINON, n. c,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.anc(  Surveyor.
Mom. Anier. Soc. Irrig. Eiigfl.
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.
A.ps and Plans or any Portion of
Osoyoos District,
VERNON,    MIDWAY,   KETTLE   RIVER.
C. D* B. GREEN,
Assoc. Mem, Can. Soc. C. E,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In the Lower
Country from the Sltnllkameen to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to.
Payment will be received either In Cash,
Stock, Produce or Labor.
J. 0. HAAS, B. S., K. M,
MINING ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for Assay From a Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention.
Analytical   Chemist   and   Assayer.
GEO. A. G-TJESS, M. A.,
Honor Graduate In Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston.
All Kinds ot Assays and Analyses Carefully
iiiul Accurately Performed,
ADUIIESS
Caro of Struthyre Mining! Co.,
Fairview, B. C.
TERMS-Gold, Silver or Load, each $1.S0; Gold
and Silver, $i; Nickel, p: Copper, fi;
Copper, Cold and Silver, $3. Other prices
on application.	
C. F. C05TERTON
VKItNON, B. C.
—.A.gT.-asB.-fc JE*o*k* '
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td,, Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcliolles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
 4Hk2reaa.-*b S"o*p—
The Okanagan-Spallumcheen 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.
A. D. WORGAN.
Portraits Landscape Photographer
VKHNON, 11. c.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SALE.
SLOANE-PAINE-BICHMOND CO.,
Tlio Lending
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
GROCERS
Of the Northwest,
^.polca-ae,  Wash.
SOLE AGENTS FOII
Liptoix's Celebrated Ceylon Teas.
Anheuser-Busch Budweiser Beer.
" Diamond " Creamery Butter.
Write Us For Prices on Anything to
Eat or Drink.
SLOANE-PAINE-RICHMOND CO,,
oRHm SPOKANE, WASH,
GOM DUST
FLOUB.
Si   Si   Hi
Tfi    4,i    TS
MADE FROM SELECTED NO. 1 WHEAT
§   %   %
I have been appointed agent
by Messrs, Eitel Bros., Bridgeport, Wash., for the sale of their
celebrated brand of Gold Dust
Flour, and shall sell the same
on arrival at
PER
BBL.
$6.35
Kit       Kit       Kit
r...       KKt*       r-t.
4.1       4.1       4.1
CASH.
Everj- Sack Guaranteed
Strictly First Quality.
Hs. iii ha
T$    SS    ft
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
ili^liiliS.iH.i^1iH.iH.iHs.H.iH.iHs.n.i
TtftST'ST'SVSi&STSTSiwiFiF
Aa Aa
9 R- N. TAYLOR, §
.4
I THE MCMSTI
(By Exam.)
<jv  A Full Uno of English, Canadian  'j*
•M£ <-.*-1     lliu*.!.,,,,, Sit.
and American
$i$ PATENT MEDICINES,
f
X
Si
X
,,v DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, •;&
ifA  FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,      At
it   .. PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, *
'f 1*
H.i And all Requisites (or tho Toilet antl H.i.
*i* oi™,. n  4n
ft   Orders by Mall receive careful Atten-  ft
•x; tion and Quick Dispatch. -j; J
1 ■      9
9
§ Spectacles ni Eyeglasses §
T'S TS
AsJ>li£li£li£li£liH.iSi£li£luliSiAs.
sit
AGENT FOIt
B. LAURENCE'S
W. C. POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
BIRDS, ANIMALS AND FISH MOUNTED
IN APPROPRIATE STYLES,
Native Birds and Heads Kept for Sale.
Orders  by mall rooolvo prompt attention.
Mounting Hoads a .Specialty.
VERNON, B.C.
G. Arthur Rendell,
General Merchant
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
A Full Stock of
DRY  GOODS,
GROCERIES,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
ALL   AT   THE   LOWEST   PRICES.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
KEJRI? HI^OS,,
BUTOHKKS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Mont delivered ut Kook Creok and all llio
Mining (-atiiim.
The Cozy Shaving Parlor
VUltNON, !l, 0,
The Gilrnore Block,
Opposite the Post Otllce.
:Ta.''l,iiill.-a' and Children's liiilr-outlliig anti
shunipooing a specialty.
 E.UOODM(lltl'HY, Prop.
W. DALRYMPLE,
GJ-e.aa..s^»ia2.     ^SX.Elholic'Mac-a.l-fcla.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
All Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
j^aintoiVs J^usic Store
-OLD   POST  OFFI0E-
409 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Piano? and Organs-Easy Terms
Sheet Music, &c. Special attention given to
Mall Orders.
J. W. 1{EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C,
Fine Watch Repairing' a Specialty
All Work Warranted.    o3-2m
THE CYANIDE! PROCESS
Ah Applied (o Ores from Different Sections of 11. C.
The following, which is tnken from
a pamphlet sunt out liy Mr. \V. Pellew
Harvey, agent in British Columbia
for the Cussel Ooltl Extracting
Company, niny prove of interest, to thu general mining community, und inure especially to those
who have lieen somewhat tartly in
recognizing the fact that the possibility
nf working some nf the large bodies of
ore lo lie found in Ihis country (especially those of low grade) depends almost
entirely on this oiode of treatment:
MANIPULATION.
The first thing lo be done when considering the iidvisablllty of using this
process, is to have samples tested for
their gold .anil silver t-iinteuls; the consumption of cyanide per ton; Ihe time
taken to dissolve the contained precious metals; anil, if tlie consumption
is over the average, viz, t from IS to 2.5
lbs. per ton of ore treated, the cause of
this iibnoriiiiil waste. It may be from
several causes, the principal of which
is free acid.
Having satisfied yourselves by preliminary experiment, and, if un excessive consumption, rectified it by
adding an alkali, usually suda or lime,
to neutralize the acid, we proceed us
follows. (My remarks will necessarily
he brief and non-technical, as I wish all
to understand me.)
TREATMENT OF BIO SAMPLE.
The ore us received from the mine is
crushed to puss a screen of from 20 to
30 mesh, this varies in accordance with
the nature of the ore. From the
crusher tlie pulp is introduced by any
means most economical and best
adapted to local circumstances into
either round or square vats, capable of
holding the tonnage required to be
treated daily. Above these ore vats
there are others containing a liquid
composed of cyanide of potassium und
water, and, if necessary, soda, made
up to tho strength as previously found
will be required; below these urn others, Vats No. 1 ure connected with
No. 2 bv menns of rubber tubing and
the solution is Introduced by menus of
an aperaturu underneath them nnd so
percolates through tlie muss in uu upward movement, This solution is
allowed to stand on the ore u few
hours; then, by means of a vacuum
Biter, is drawn buck und through other
tubes and finally emptied into vnts No.
8. This process is kept on for several
hours antl eventually the solution now
containing the gold and silver, which
has been dissolved, is passed Into
launders and slowly over zinc shavings, so arranged us to expose us much
of its sot-face us possible. By this
means tlie gold and silver is deposited
as a black powder, whicli bangs loosely
on the zinc and can lie shaken olf at
will. Tlie solution, which is saved in
other vats, is now freed from gold and
silver, and can be used again by making it up to standard hy adding more
cyanide of potassium, The gold and
silver powder is washed, dried and run
into bars iu the usual way. This process on ordinary ores takes from 24 to
48 hours, hut more usually the former.
LOCAL COST OP TREATMENT AND
RESULTS,
I have treated a great uiany parcels
uf most complex ore with wonderful
results and will give an instance or
two to confirm this.
Recently a parcel of ore from the
Stemwinder claim, Greenwood camp,
Kettle liver, B. C„ was sent me for
treatment. This contained aliout 0 per
cent of copper, about. 30 per cent of
sulphur, with zinc, silica and the usual
"refractory combination." Such an
ore could not be smelted for $15, to say
ntithing of cost of transportation to the
smelter uf another $15, and still more
Impossible would it lie to amalgamate.
Tlie ore assays 2 ozs. 13 dwls, 1 gr. per
ton. This was under treatment. IS
hours and cost per ton to treat $3.
Tlie extraction was wonderful, viz.:
08.3 per cent, the tailings only containing 22 grains per ton,
CARIBOO,
From this camp several samples
have been treated. The ore in reference contained IS per cent sulphur, as
well as arsenic anil Iran, and this is the
usual ore of thai district. The Ques*
ni'lle Mining Co.'s ore assayed 2 oz.
17 <lwts. Ogrs,, at a cost of $1,60 por
ton. I extracted over IK per cent of
assay value.
1 have given these Instances and
think they will undoubtedly prove thai
the cyanide process Is equally us well
adapted to Canadian ores as to those
of other countries,
EXAMPLE WHERE PROFIT CAN HE
MADE.
Suppose you have property containing an ore with much sulphurate, the
average assay being $7 per ton. This
you will admit is rather too low grade
for successful treatment by the amalgamation process, as only about 70 per
cent, if that, of tlie gold contained
could be extracted at a cost of from $4
to $5 per ton for milling plus coat of
mining and crushing and 30 per cent
waste.
Such an ore could he worked hy the
cyanide process, as shown below I
Mining ami crushing, say. 8 1 5IJ por ton
Cyanide, used 2 His.   "       80    "
Incidental labor        "       30    "
Loss on extracting, supposing we
extrnctlHJ per cent basing 100 ,
per cent us S7 por ton      "II    "
Zinc shavings and running bars..      1(1    "
fiU    "
Tliis will leave n balance of $3.00 per
ton. This same me, if concentrated 8
to 1, would yield a product which
would be of still greater value if treated by this process, in proportion to
that of amalgamation, us such concon.
trates would increase tlie difficulty of
handling by mercury on account, of the
greater percentage of sulphur, and
such metals aa coat the gold, which by
the way have scarcely any effect If
treated by the McArthiir-Forrest process.
COST OF PLANT.
A complete plant, exclusive of crushing machinery, capable of treating 25
tons a day would cost approximately
$3000, and one man can handle it when
the ore is once in the vats. This would
include agitators, patent filters, zinc
filtering launders, etc., cuuld be manufactured on the spot and so save transportation cost, which would amount to
a considerable sum in outlying camps.
PRACTICAL RESULTS,
The experimental work which has
been conducted liy the writer, has led
to good practical results, negotiations
are now in progress with several strong
companies, who contemplate erecting
cyanide works for the treatment of
their product. Two of these are in the
Okanagan country, with an aggregate
capacity of 2500 tons per mouth. Two
in Cariboo, for mines near Biirkerville,
of a similar capacity. Oue on Victoria
Island of 1500 tons per month, and one
on the coast of 750 Ions per month. It is
also probable that a large plant will bo
erected at Barkerville, to be used as a
custom plant, where ores can be sent
for treatment. As wus found iu Africa,
tbe cyanide process will be Ihe means
of opening tlie mines of this country,
and 1 feel confident in predicting that,
within a year from this dnte, British
Columbia will rank ns one of the leading gold producing centres of the
world.
I have, I think, touched on the leading points and hope they will ho of in.
terest. If any further information is
required, I shall be happy to send thu
Cussel Gold Extracting Company's com>
plate pamphlet, whicli goes into detail
with facts and figures. Any samples
sent will be reported on with pleasure
mid negotiations for future liusiness
heartily entered into.
— m	
CORRESPONDENCE.
To tho Editor of Tins Aiivanck :
Sir—Referring to my hitter in your
issue of Jiinury 17, and your comments
upon it, 1 am not aware of any crooked
work being done so fur as the blank
vouchers are concerned, but what I
should like to know is: was the paymaster instructed to take vouchers iu
that form ? and if so, for what reason ?
It appears to me to be a most unbusinesslike way of doing tilings, If those
were his directions does it nol leave
room for misgivings on the part of
those employed and others. Personally, it does not concern me, as I never
signed any such vouchers, but it is a
matter that is lieing continually raked
up, and I, with muny others, would
like tu hear a satisfactory explanation,
Yours truly,
Juniuh .Iuniob.
 **•*♦-<	
This is what, tho Northwest Mining
Review has to say about "silver senators ": The United States Senate will
have several more silver men in il now
t ban ever before. Senator Washburn
of Minnesota has lieen succeeded by
Hon. K null' Nelson, who is an out and
outsilvei man, while Senator Wash*.
burn ivns not. Montana has elected
two senators, bul h silver men; last
year tlmt state had only one senator.
Wyoming has (ducted a silver man lo
fill the vacancy caused a year ago when
liuii state failed in elect a senator.
Utah will )hj represented in tbe next,
congress by a silver roan. Washington is pledged to the silver cause and
any man elected to the United States
senate from this state will be a free
silver advocate. With tlie above fuels
before us there will lie ill least the following gain of silver men in the
United States Senate, provided tlio
newly elected senators take their seals
immediately) Minnesota, loss of nun
goldilf and gi.in of ono silverite, gain
2; Molilalia elected two, gain 1;
Wyoming, gain 1; Washington, gain
1; total gain, 5, It Is almost certain
that there will ho other gains so Unit
there Is sure to lie no financial legislation without it is favorable to silver, THE ADVANCE.
pn'AitTsNimiiif
1'upljshed   weekly
 1'1101'ltlETOIls.
nt Midway, B. c.
Subscription Price, f&OO per nuiiiini, inijulila
iu advanoo, either yearly or lialf-yetu-ly at the
piiimof the Bubscrlber,
Advertising Riilt-s sent on application,
Though Ihe columns of Tim Aiivanci; are
jilwuys open fm- llio discussion of matlers of
iniblie Interest .mil Importance, wo dn nut poo
[■(.•sstirily entltirse any of the opinions I'-ii'i-cssril.
I 'tii|-eS|itiiiilt'nt-e of a pei-soluil nature will nol bo
pubUsbod,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY?,1805.
Tin-: pi'liijon which wus so punier*
pusly sigiusl by residents of the Upper
pkaqagan, asking that the Govern-
0)ent bqildji road frpui Cherry creek
to Fire valley: should be given the con-
iiii|eralion il justly deserves by the
Lands and Works Department, The
least llnil should be dune would be to
connect the thirty-three miles between
the end of the present roud lo Uouu*
she Willi the upper end of Fire valley
|iy a good sleigh road, which it is cul-
ctiliilcd can be done ill. the npproxi-
■unto ct|st of $(1,000. The agricultural
returns fqr Hns year s||ow that the
White Valley district alpne Including
Blue Springs and, OroightOII valley -is
capable of supplying Kuulenuy with
8IKI Ions of cultivated bay. Such a
rniul woi|li|i hoivever, not only give an
outlet to, |.||e prndiict' of the eastern
pt)|-|ji|ii qf tlie Upper (lkaui||/;ui„ bill,
(ilsti help inaturially by offering n new
mail route to establish trade between
| be Konleniiy nud Okanagnn districts,
\vhich nre respectively the greatest
pillllng and fui-iiiing districts of lbe
Province. That the people of Knute-
liay are--judgiq^ by the uhservations
pnide by the press of that district—iu-
different whetjier the. roud be built or
not, as Kqnteuny can obtain its farm
produce from either tlie Northwest, or
from, the across the line, should cut no
figure, iu the matter ut, all, us it lies in
l||c interest of the Province generally
flint us much as possible trade should
be kept within its borders. A really
good, lhroqgl| routeconnecting the two
districts would be uf intiujljily inoro
value, judging from actual experience
than a couple of subsidized railwuys.
In avn present, issue appeal's a letter
pvei the signature of Junius Junior.
This Is the second Contributed by the
writer ou the subject of blank voucli-
ers having lieen signed by workmen on
the Kettle river wagon roud. Now, in
the inatte.1' of the administration of
public affairs there should he no room
for doubt or uncertainty. Especially
is this so with regard to the handling
pf public, inrttirijV mill if there is any
foundation for lbe uneasiness' which
seen|s to exist in some people's minds,
jis stated by tl)e wrjter', then, it isevl-
(lently the duty of this paper In ci(l|
|he attention of t|ie provincial authorities to the matter, so that some en*
quiry may be made, nud the reflection
lliat is being enst. upon all those in
authority iu this lower'country may
|ie cleared away, and public confidence
once iigiiiu restored.
Iiei'i'ssary owing to tin
COLVILLE   INDIAN   HSKRVA'I'ION,
The throwing open of Ihe Colville
Reservation to settierqpnt, is a matter
that has engaged tho attention of a
large number, of people tin- a long time
past. It will, therefore, perhaps prove
of interest to iniinv to know that at
least uiui step more in this direction is
being taken, when il is slated Unit the
Surveyor General hu- issued notices for
bids for the survey til tbe same, whicli
comprises 500.10) acres of mineral, agricultural, timber aud other land. The
tenders for the survey will he opened
on Feb. 15, and it will be required that
the different surveys shall bo completed
and the returns forwarded to lbe department before Ibe lirst of Jan. 1811(1.
It will, therefore, be seen that tbe settlers, prospectors and others who have
for years past entertained covetous
feelings toward this territory will be
obliged to hold the same in check for
another year or so, during which time
the notions entertained by many of ils
exlriiviganl richness in minerals, coal
etc, will have expanded and grown to
gigantic proportions,  They may also
luiil-n the lesson thai, the  whole  inter*
mil policy of the great Republic, moves
not., except us a vast political machine,
whose minnificntioiis include the
I lirowing open to settlement, large
ureas of territory lust on the eve of a
general election,
WAR CLOUP,
Confederation   of    Ciinli-iil    American
States  Against   Mexico.
Tlie trouble between Mexico and
Guiitaiualii grows more serious day by
day, and it seems that hardly any recourse is left but foe the former country 'o declare war. How alarmingly
serious affairs have grown niny be inferred from tlie fact that three other of
the Central American states—Nicill':
iigliu, Salvador, and Costa Rica have
formed a confederation witli Guatemala against Mexico. Should, therefore, no understanding be arrived at
and that quickly, for the adjustment of
the dispute between the two countries,
very soon the world will witness a
(lotto and bloody struggle between
thusu stales, Botli sides are massing
troops und great preparations nre lieing made for war.
 ► t 4-. -—
THE  FATE OF  WBI-HAMVEl.
The   .laj'.-uiesi-   (lulu   Another   Signal
Victory.
Latest advices contain news to tbe
effect Unit this, tlie Inst point of strategic importance hold by the Chinese,
bus, lifter a few days' bombardment,
fallen Into the bunds of the victorious
Japanese, This leaves the Empire
open to the invasion of Japanese troops
us far as tlie scnptiita nni concerned,
l|nd will no doubt, hasten peace negu.
||ul inns. The Japanese forces on land
were assisted liy their fleet, Which kept
up a severe lioiiibiii-dnieiil,.
TAXES REMAINING UNPAID
For tlie Year ending 31st December, 1893.
SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES.
«p»
NAME OF PERSON
ASSESSED.
Brent, Louis	
Cameron, I), J. ■ ■
(iulilie, Robert...
Hacliev, Isaac ...
Mason, H. S	
Limes i Smyth.
Patten, L. W,..,
Riishdnll, G. II..
Name of Supposed
Owner, if oilier
Uiun those assessed,
Crown	
I ll-n ketV.laeksnll.
Description of Tux.
Real and Personal,
Real and Personal.
Wild land	
Real	
Heal	
Real property lux .
DESCRIPTION OF THE PARCELS, SECTIONS OH LOTS.
i,T'p,28,.
West, half Section 22, Township 26
Pre-emption 870, being East hall Set
Lol II), Group 1	
LotU69, Group 1	
Lot 307, Group 1	
LntZBS, Group 1	
North-west 1 Sec. 17, and North-east 1 Sec. 17 Tp. 35
South-west} Sec. 11), Township I)
Number of
Acres.
320
320
820
351)
137
UIO
320
Assessment
Roll,
1803
1893
1803
1803
1893
1803
1893
1893
Amounnt,
$801)
8 34
32 (KI
8 17
15 00
10 UJ
(100
131ft
livers, George I	
Brewster, Charles  |  | Real Property Tax, | Lot 1, Block 13, Enderby
TOWN   OF   ENDERBY.
Real Property Tax. I Lot 8, Block 11, First. Addition, Euderliy.
20Q
5 88
In accordance with the law, I hereby give notice that I shall offer for Sale by Public Auction the land of persons assessed liy me on which Taxes, '
including Personal Property Tax, together with tlie cost of advertising and other expenses remaining unpaid on the day of sale, in the above named District.
Under the Statute, persons liable to pay taxes imposed hy the Assessment Act are personally liable for the amount thereof, and all lands of such
persons situate within the Province are also liable therefor.  The taxes are -a charge on such hinds, having preference over any claim, lien or privilege, op
encumbrance of any party except, the Crown, and does not require registration to preserve it.
The nbovo snlo will take plnce on Monday, February 18th, 1805, at tho Government Building's, Vernon, at the hour of Tei\
o'clock In the forenoon.
JOHN A.   MONTEITH,
Vernon, B. C, January 12,1895, Assessor and Collector,
jus Junior has failed to designate by
inline the piuiiciiliir paymaster referred to, and it |s well known more
jhau one party a'otod in that capacity
Terrible Disaster tit Sea.
Advices of January 31st cbi'tinicle ii
terrible disaster ill whicli sonic 331 or
This is mado j more lives were lost at sea.  The North
fuel that,I un-1 German Lloyd steamer Elbe, hound
from Bremen to New York, was ran
Into and literally cut. in two by the
British steamship Urathiu, Owing to
Ihe fuel that tlie Elbe remained afloat
CAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
PUBWITURB,
d5-6m VERNON, B. C.
One Hundred Tons of First-Class
POTATOES FOR SALE,
EARLY  ROSE,  PEERLESS AND STRAY  BEAUTY VARIETIES.
Will be laid down at Kelowna or Penticton in car-load lots if desired.
For Prices Write To
F, W. STERLING,
KELOWNA, B. C.
(7-2111
For oqr own part, we twist and be-1 only a few infinites after being struck,
lieve that, an enquiry will elicit a satis- j very few lives were saved. Most of
factory explanation. In the mean- j the passengers were asleep at the time
finis, some of those referred to by [ of the collision, and were, owing to the
Junius Junior us seeking a satisfactory | rush Of water into tlie ship, unable to
explanation might like to shed a lit-; reach the deck, which lent un iiddi-
fle light upon the subject, and if so, wo j tional horror to their dealh. '
{ihould he pleased to receive any com- ]  »-—
piunication that would help either to       Arlionn Train Rotters at W-irk.
confirm pr dispaitbe'iispersion fhat has I   The   Southern   Pacific  westbound
train was held lip near Wilcox, Ari-
.•.unii, on January 81, Tho robbers,
after compelling the train hands to detach the express car from the train
and move ahead to a convonlenl; point
no the line, literally blew the express
uur und company's safe to pieces witli
lynaniile, and secured a booty consist-
|ieen enst upon some one.
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eorge, Jim
und    John
light for |,lie position was Ihe most lill*
lerly contested one ever known iu the
history of i!\'iciituii.ry.
That tlie petition of the Red Moiiri.
tuin Railway Company to have their
charter t'xteiu|r.d was voted, down in!
(||e Provincial Legislature shows that
(lie majority of the members of that
body hud either very little knowledge
pf the qi,estloq lhey wore dealing will, j |h' „f s„lm, mm -„ j^,,, „,„„,,,.
nr labor under t|,e narrow-minded de- i,,.^.,,^,,,,,,,-„,*,,,.,„■„, Tharnbbers
lustoii that tende cm, be forced out of U, „..„,„,„,, („ ,„< nmu, ,„,,,,. ,,,„„ lh(i
lis iiiitural channels, If other qites- lloted desperadoes Joe (i
I ions of similar iinpnrtiince arc to bojy„t,R, ,),,,„,, whc,t,1(,,
treated in tlm same manner by the Woods,
legislature for the next  three and a „„r: ">„■
,, ., ,       „     , , « llHUIl   (,'lltWII.
uilf years, the growth of tho nulling;   ., ,,     ,    „..,
industry in  the southern interior of     Cl,nKWsn.,tn Join,  L,  Wilson, by
British Columbia will be very seriously' m'"m"t'' 4I ™',"s "' h" IJ"M''"-'»»
retarded. If no more competing |h,ol! ^l"""' "\ *"******» nmhlnee of
from the Stat,* are to l,u allowed to! ''-" '"'''l5'   uf    """  S,".""H *•"**
pome, into British Cohu.ihiu, si,c.h in,*1 f' "I"' "U '  WHhtaglon.   Ihe
pionsely rich mineral district us Trail
|iml Boundary creek, which ure being
kept back for want of tiiiusporliil.ion
facilities, will remain i|itvi|iuiit indefinitely, and tlie loss lo the Province will
hi' Incalculable,
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In (inn last week's Issue all article
I Ores of Copper" and llieir rein-
[loll lo sumo of the large bodies of lips
class of mineral to he found in tips dis,
trial, shoi'ld, have been brought iiiore
jiroliilnentlj lo/tltti notice of mining
melt, as thu subject. Is one of great, in.
tei-est, We t.hiiiK'fore lake ibis opportunity uf rnqucsling our readers who
(ire iutei'iistefi in mining, if they have
pul done Mi, to give the subject their
consideration, Also (he article in this
week's issue which sets forth some of
file iidvanl.ngen In be derived from llie
iidoption of t|(i| cyanide primes!; fur Ilm
treatment of (V class of bra'ffljie VERNON, B^C,
found iu some pf the Boundary creek
'•"n'l,s- .j,', "■'.'.    ' F, AliKIKN M'EV-ER, i'KIM II'.U..
Any subscriber having u spare copy
|if Tun ADVANCH nf .Inly 5,18III, would
puller a favoi by sending It In to this
RfflVft
CANN & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
Anil Dealers In
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING  MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc, Etc
Needles for All Makes of Sewing
Machines Kept In Stock.
Mail orders from the Lower Country
will receive prompt attention.
CANN & CO.,
TBRVOV,     8.     O.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL.
Contrally Located In the Boundarj Crpek
Mining Cnmns,
BUST OK LIQUORS ANU CI(I;\IW.
OHAHOES IIOIIKIIATH,
Miniii',' Men Personally Conrtitctotl to, Auy p(
Illll tV.uilis, tn- Ilurses l''iirnlslii'tl.
THOMAS, J. HARDY, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Horses and Buggies, for Hire.
ARM5TR0NQ   HOTEL
H. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accoininodntion,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL
KETTLE   RlVEr<, B. C.
Staged to Marcus, Wash., nnd
Midway, B. C.
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Keeps the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
Groeeries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &c.
any place south of Vernon, and sells on terms to suit the times,
Cheapest Place, to buy fnr Cash in the Okanagan Country.
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
aiifiura
Every Attention Given to Guests.
J. L, WISEMAN, Prop.
SPOKANE FM
and
Vernon Private College,
SliNII fOfl I'llOSI'Kq'i'Sj.
NORTHERN RAILWAY
Nelson 4 Fort Shoppard Railway
ALL RAIL TO NELSON, B. C.
Only through lino to  Nelson,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Polnti.
Through Trains Somi-Wfieklj.
Daily, except Sunday, lipty-fttiYi Spokane ami parens.
7HXJ a.m. Lv.,..,.SPOKANE Ar. 5:30 p.m.
On M'ou\ic$<!«yH ami Saturdays trains will
run tliroiitfli to NoIhoii, arriving at SM p.m.,
making wM tomiootiofl with thuritcaincrNul-
B0I1 for Katilu ami all lako jiufnCN, arriving nt
KnMo at W) p.m. mimo tinys. Hutarnirig, pns-
MtMiKcii will leave lake poihts and NOlaon.on
Tilufldajj ami Fridays, arriviiig at Kpokiino
Bftlllb day,
hisHimgcvH for Keltic Hlvcr and Honmtury
tir'cok conuoct at iMiil'ciiw ivlth|tag8on Mon-
(liiVH, Tuuml-iys, Tliiii'^luys nmrKrluayH,
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOOK CREEK,
,   Fltte*tvdi-lB:lx,   lUCfrv.
FlUST-Cl.ABS   ACCOMMOUATION   foil  QVXSTS,
GOOD STABLING
MrExoollont KIhWiib (iii Kettlo Hlvor..tf»
Gilbert's Resort.
OKANAGAN LANDING,
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING.
TllOKOUOHI.V l.OMr'OHTAPLB,
--Firnl-clufl»-
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
MIDWAY
Tho    ruturo
Railway, Mining and Agricultural
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PAKTI.CULAR8 APPLY TO
H.P.
MIDWAY B.C.
§
m^mmm
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory,
ALL, HINDU III?
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kspt in Strjok.
»'
Write for Prices to
N. MCLEOD,
•■    ARMSTRONG, B. C\
ENDERBY HOTEL
H. W. WRIGHT, l'ntii'.
ENDERUY, B. C.
1,1 very In Connection,
FlrHt-t:liinn aeciimniotliillon for Commercial
Triivollcm,
Hunting ami iM\lf\/f In abundance through
this district,
Puck Horses ami C|llltlc« finished tC) Sporln-
inui'oiikllortcBtnutloc.
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
BANKERS
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance and
General Agents.
Dock Houbis, llii.u'reii Street, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B. C, and VERNON, B. 0" '
J0HANN WULFFSOHtf, Managing Director.
Yernon B^noh^ G, A, HaxtX^y, M^nagQr, LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
The snow is off all the/ootliills in the
(Okumigan,
Mr. Quin Faulkner is we regret to
hear very ill at Victoria.
Quite ti few little buildings have
been put up recently at Okanagnn Lauding liy employees on the 8, & 0.
Mr. Boss came down from Douglas
iiiimp on Saturday last and since then
has been spending u few days iu town.
Mr. McClung is getting ready to
build a residence on his pre-emption
jiuit across the line, which borders on
the Midway townsite property.
, The correct thing to suitike in the
,.. isslnn valley is the Kelowna cigarette
made of "Old Judge" tobacco wrapped
tip in Kelownu home grown leaf.
The samples of Fairview water sent
by tbe Government to Ottawa to he
finalized, were pronounced to be exceptionally good. Six samples in all were
sent.
Mr. King, junr., of Camp McKinney,
passed through Midway Tuesday,
bound for Spokane on business connected wilh the Carillon 'company's
alfiiii's.
Mr. H. White caniedown from camp
.on Saturday last and runiiiined Midway's guest, for a few days, leaving on
Tuesday for Fairview In company with
Mr. H. P. Palnierston.
It is understood that Mr. Mclntyre,
who paid this district a visit lately in
company with Mr. Suydam. hue suffered the loss of a brother in the awful
calamity in Butte, Montana,
Colonel Thompson arrived on Friday's stage from Spokane. This gentleman is operating in the interests of
eastern capitalists and is quite a welcome visitor among the boys. Developments to follow,
Several sample sacks of ore were sent
out this week to Penticton for shipment to Vancouver to be treated by
the cyanide process, The miners are
indebted to Mr, S, Martin for free
freight to Penticton on these samples.
The second of the series of bimonthly dunces was held in Palmer-
etnn's hall tin Saturday night last.
Quite a large number of ladies and
gentlemen graced the occasion by their
presence, and all seemed thoroughly to
enjoy and appreciate the opportunity
offered to indulge in the fascinating
pastime,
Tlie last day of Messrs, McAuley and
Grant's lease of the Victoria hotel, Vernon, was celebrated iu grand style by a
dance in that well known hostelry,
whicli was very largely attended. The
lease of the Victoria has been transferred to Messrs. W. Murphy and . Quin
Faulkner. .     .
The assny obtained by the cyanide
process on ore fnnn Ihe Steinivinder,
Greenwood camp, gave in gold $51.(10
per ton. When it is known that the
ore was taken from one of tlie large
ledges (30 feet wide) that abound in tlie
Greenwood camp, the satisfactory result of this assay will be apparent.
Foolscap and legal cup paper is in
great demand in Midway and Boundary Fulls at present, The fact that
this commodity is in request, is rather
signiliciint and means business. "The
mills of the Cods grind slowly, but the
rate at which tlie crusher will grind
the ores in this vicinity in the neur
future, none dure prophesy.
We are-in receipt of Information
from the secretary of the Montreal
Exposition Co, to the effect that ft
Provincial Exhibition will lie held
(n Montreal from tbe 12th to
the 21st of September, and would
suggest that the opportunity should
not be lost sight of to make adispluy
jn that city, of the ores of the Boundary creek and other camps.
Workmen will be set to work next
week to lengthen the steamer Fairview
twenty feet, iind to add two feet to the
diameter of her wheel. Another effort
will then lie made liy her owners to
successfully navigate the Okanagan
river between Penticton and Dog
lake, whether the Dominion Government will give an appropriation to
clean out the river or nut.
Mr. Luc Girouard, the Okanagan old
timer, whose deatli was so universally
regretted liy everyone who knew him,
may well be said to have lived like a
('hrisl inn and tn have lieen buried like
fi Siivasli. Religious bigotry appear
to have found its way Into the
Province which always boasted that it
wus freer from narrow minded intolerance than nny other in thu Dominion.
' Dr. Jakes is at present at tending a
patient on the reserve who, about a
■ |i month ago, having a difference wil.il
an Indian, luui occasion to make use of
bis bleeps, One of tlie patient's hands
coming into contact with the Indian's
teeth, received a cut, and the result
was lilood poisoning, and so serious is
the rase, owing to the patient's own
negligence, that it is feared it wiil be
necessary to remove one or more fingers, if not the whole hand.
Mr. Thomet has resumed operations
on the Elkhorn claim, near the mouth
of Prior creek. It is his intention to
tunnel on the ledge, which tunnel, bv
being run about 200 feet, will prove
the vein to a depth of about 120 feet,
after which it is quite likely a chambef
will be blown out in the end of the tunnel so as to give room for a hoist, for
the purpose of sinking u sl|iift. This
claim carries a vein of very fine ore,
rich in silver and gold, and is expected
under the work of development tn turn
out a very valuable proper! y.
Two new arrivals, in the persons of
Mi's. Kerr and Mrs, Oawelinan, came
in on last week's stage from Penticton.
These ladies are the parents of Mr. and
Mrs. Kerr of Boundary creek, with
whom they are staying fnr the present.
Mr. Spraggett of Grand Prairie was
a visitor in town on Friday last. In
conversation lie intimated a growing
desire among the residents of (ii'iuul
Prairie for the formation of tlie valley
into a district municipality. Whatever
might lie their lot under local self government, it cnuld not be much worse
tnan at present, for except at stated
intervals of four years they were
apparently so fur distant from llie sent
of government that they were virtually forgotten.
Messsr. Oonkle & Donald have
leased for one year their livery stable
business here to Messrs. H. Ingram antl
KcKay Ingram, nud will retire to their
ranch up Kettle river, where Ibey Ill-
tend making ninny improvements, tlie
lirst of which will be the bringing Of
water upon I heir land out of Rock
creek, which will necessitate the building of a ditch some three tulles in
length, This work will engage their
attention as soon us the frost, is out of
I be ground iu the spring. Other iur
priivements will consist of building,
fencing, etc.
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SCHOOL REPORT.
The following shows the rank and
number of merit marks obtained during the month of January, by pupils of
the Midway public school:   •
Third class—maximum marks, 870—
Jessie Murray, 777; Alma Hopper,
7401 Eddie Melville, 732: Willie Melville, 688.
Second class—maximum marks 870—
Fred East, Oil).
Second primer, sr.—maximum marks,
670—Willie Murray, 522
Second primer—maximum marks,
070-Walter Melville, 030; Walter
Murray, 003; Harry Palmerston, 570.
First primer—maximum marks, 070
—Johnnie Thornton, 5771 George Murray, 530.
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GRAND PRAIRIK.
(From our own correspondent.)
An informal meeting of those interested in the renovation of the bridge
(which was partly destroyed by floods
lust spring) over Kettle river at McLaren's, was held in Spi'iiggett's hall
on Wednesday the 27th lilt, Since the
partial destruction of the bridge
the settlers have rested on the conviction that the Government would
come to their assistance and repair the
damages done by flood to this much
needed, structure, and by communication from the outside it was understood that an appropriation Iind been
made by tlielegislaturefor tliiitpnrpose.
It wns, therefore, rather a surprise to
many to learn that Roud Foreman
Mclnnes had received instructions to
build the bridge nt Ingram's and allow
the une at McLaren's to go by default.
This did not meet the views of the settlers here, and so, after some discussion, and with feelings of soreness at
the treatment received, they decided to
once again take matters into their own
hands, and to push tlie work with
vigor, as it was feared that by delay
the chances of making use of the ice in
the river would be lost. Some fifteen
men with teams will therefore be upon
the Scene of operations on Monday the
4th to build a monument to the energy
of the Prairie settlers and the disgrace
of tlie Government
Is there any law which provides for
the quarantine of beef cattle imported
into the Dominion, and if so why is it
not carried out in B. C.
In the light of recent events would it
not be well for the local constables to
be on the alert to see that the Provincial Act for the slaughtering of cattle
is lieing observed in the different parts
of the district.
The mildness of the winter lias been
conducive to a large amount of work
beingdone in the niattei of getting out
rails and other material for ranch improvements to be executed the coming
summer, and all seem confident of a
better season than the last, Nero,
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BOUNDARY FALLS .VOTES.
(From our own eoi'rosponilent.1
Colonel Thompson is here doing
business among thu boys, some of
whom have not worn such expansive
smiles upon their countenances for
some time past. This augurs well for
the country.
Tlie impromptu dance gotten up by
one residents and held in Hardy's hall
last Wednesday night passed oil with
great eclat. Visitors were in attendance from Midway and also from Grand
Prairie. Everyone expressed themselves as having had a very good time.
So far have the "advanced" pupils
advanced under the instructions given
by our local dancing master (who,
by the way, has been' accustomed
to taking useful articles In trade
for services rendered) that the
fantastic steps executed by some of
our prominent citizens, provides on occasion amusement to those who witness tlie same. One gentleman more
enthusiastic than the rest was heard to
declare he would master-that "Royl
lef"('Roy|,|ef" wultss step, of £acre,
he would trade the only animal left on
the ranch,
N.B.—The only animal left on tlie
premises is a q'wilful porcupine, which
the dancing master declines. Please
bracket this joke to give it some support, so that it. will not descend with
too much force upon the intellects of
those "q'wilful" onoilfch to laugh at.it.
ARMSTRONG HAPPENINGS.
(From our own correspondent.!
At ii meeting of the Spallumcheen
Council, held on the lust Saturday in
January, after disposing of oilier business, an audit committee was appointed composed af Messrs, Hamill, Schu-
hiirt nnd Oumming, with power to
niiiken thorough examination of matters connected with the municipal
council since its inception. The coin-
mitteee have got through their labor
antl will report at llie next meeting.
Mr, H. Seydel bus sent iii his resignation as clerk to tlie municipality,
and Intends living at OKanagan Mission in future, having soltl his ranch j
here,
Mr. W. d'Eath is busy putting
up a new residence to replace the one
destroyed by fire recently.
Our wnrtby citizen Mr. R. Daniels
returned n few days ago from Manitoba, in whicli province he spent ins
Christmas holidays, and judging from
the prize drawn they must have bonny
Christmas trees in that country. Best
wishes to the happy couple.
A breach of promise case will occupy
tiie attention uf the court in the near
future, two prominent citizens of Enderby figuring iu the same. Society is
all agog with excitement,
Mr. R. Bailey has purchased from
Mr. D. Mclntyre his house and lot at
Enderby (not horse, as erroneously
stited in a former issue).
I WAYS TO GET RICH.
The road to fortune in pared wiih printer's ink.
Shekels and tense are Decenary In too*
cesstnl ntlvertising.
(let nine thing people wiut, advertise tt
wi.-ely nml it iBMire to pay.
The he-t advertising will not create a
deiniuid fm- that which ie uut wanted.
Success iu business is paved by the type*
■oner und made smooth by the j riutiug
press.
Brevity is the soul of defeat In tome atl*
vertlslne, Grain won't grow to frultlul*
nes* th-- diiy it Ib planted.
The advice of a bishop to a yonng
pri-no'lier applies equally well to au idvel*
liser: "lluve soinelhing lo lay. Say it
•jtup."
Tlie men who fall and go down in oblivion lieluug in the class who never advertise, advertise occasionally nr nuly as they
Hill s iheir' mile wil, warrant.
Tin-re may he a double meaning in the
misspelled sign iu South Brooklyn: "For
b i.i—A sloop yacht of forty five loin
Apply to owner, Third avenue, B«y
H.dge."
An -itlrertisemcnt should tell the whole
story in ilie least number of words, care*
luily selected and easily comprehended.
The display should be adapted to the medium used.
To catch the eye is the first requisite
in nu advertisement] what follows should
best, well put together as to excite the
render's inleio-t nnd claim his attention to
the end.—Planter's Ink.
PROGRESSIVE WOMEN.
■'     ("ARMING IN FOREIGN LANDS.    »
Tbe government of South Africa li la.
porting' F.n.'llsh hackii*/ ilallioui for
breeding purpose*,
Vanilla culture Is Increasing on that
island of Reunion, in the Indian ooi-m,
the export of producl being nearly 100
tons yearly.
The tlespisrd rabbit of Australia is being
anxiously inquired for by the British army
contractor, who sees a possible supply of
cheap and wholesome food for the army in
that direction.
Tiie grape and wine Indnvlry in Hungary is suffering greatly from phylloxera
and black rut. The vintage baa steadily
decreased, year by year, that of last year
being only three-eights of Ihe annual average of fifteen years ago.
The experiments of flax-growing foe
seed antl filler in smith Australia has pro?.
»d eminently satisfactory, far exceeding
expectations, It Is expected that a much
larger area will bo devoted to liar, onllurs,
and possibly other fiber plants.
The director of the goterinnenl farm st
Nariad, India, reports officially that cotton
from American seed has proved a failure
In India, after long and repeated trials.
He recommends, therefore, that Ihe culli*
vaiioii should stop, and Indigenous vari
•lies be cultivated Instead.
Qneen Victoria greatly dislikes s visitor
who is shy and oolors or looks agitated
when addressed. Ai the finish of the interview the queen generally bows slightly
or offers her hand, and then turns a little
to one side to save the very trying necessity of an eutiiely backward exit from her
presence.
The empress of Austria has her hair
shampooed once a mouth. It is still beautiful, luxuriant, and perfectly black, and
when let down touches the ground as she
stands, antl she is tall. It is snid the hsir
wash requires forty eggs, and the other ingredients are obtained frum no lew than
twenty mysterious bottles,
Moro Ratter Wanted.
In common with the rest of the products uf the farm, butter has participated in the general decline, bearing especially heavy on the producer of a fow
pounds of "dairy roll" which reaches
the markets of the world through the
ordinary cuimtry store.
It limits mom and more as though the
farmer must produce larger quantities,
possibly of fewer things: trying to have
enough of some thing to make it possible aud worth liis while te give the subject of marketing more attention.
Quantity is almost as essential as quality
When one undertakes to sell produce
with the assistance of few middlemen.
Uf course quality must not lie lost sight
of, but the point that I am making is
tlmt quantity will help one tu markets
which otherwise would Ihi closed. And
then, there is the important saving in
tho way of oxpressago and freight.—C.
G. Williams, in Country (lenilenuui.
llfllry i'lUiiler*.
Keep tho cows clean. Keep every
utensil scrupulously clean. Avoid shallow pans ami dash churn. With the
former it is difficult to discover when to
cruain. and in meantime the cream may
be injured by unsuspected unfavorable
atuio 'phoric conditions, while the latter
are hard to keep clean. There uiny be
as good, but I doubt if there is a better
churn than the swing. You must have
appliances for making butter of uniform
quality.
Soul*. Kequhites,
Unless butter making is properly attended from -'start to finish' there can
be no success. First, the cows must be
properly kept and given clean ami com
lortuble qnarters, Third, the milking
must be carefully done. Fourth, the
milk and crenin must be kept in a clean,
cool plan and the "head" of the family
must provide nearly all nf these conditions so that the fault generally found
With poor butter la placed on the  "wo,-
— '.U." ..*.U* »- .uJ-lV. 	
LITTLE CURIOUS THINGS.
The first oil well in America waa Ale.
covered on a small mor-utain farm In,
Wayne county, Ky., In the year 1820.
In the year 1261 s lithe was lsid upon
all Wales' tongues brought Into Bsronne,
they being al that time highly esWeuied as
food.
Indian corn, or maize, never has sn uneven number of rows of grains, because tt
has opposite radicals of growth from Ihe
cob centre,
Delplaine gives figures to prove that the
planet earth has supported M, 827,842,237, •
075,266 human inhabitant! since the beginning of time.
According to U. Flammarion, the greal
astronomer, the mean temperature of Paris
for the past six years has been Iwo degrees
below the normal.
Stonemasons will probably get s belter
Idea of the Immense site of the Great
Pyramid when then they leant that il eon.
liBts of 80,028,000 cubic feet.
In Persia the women of fashion pslnt
black circles around each eye aud ornament the cheeks with llgures of vsriose
small animals, bugs, etc
OTHER LANDS THAN OURS
Mr. Lsbonchere carries Ids radicalism
to far us to refrain from giving the renders
of his paper any information of tLe birth
of an heir to the throne.
Since he won Ihe derby, Lord Roaebsij
has also bsgged first and second prizes for
shorthorn cows, four first and one second
for sheep aud a Aral and second prise, for
pigs-
Sir Edward Burnt) Jones confesses the*
the only one of his paintings which
wearied him was Ids most famous "Ths
Goldeu St.irs." He declares that ho got,
"sn tired of those girls."
The number of reindeer owned by s
Laplander lu Sweden varies to s considerable degree. The poor may hare from
three hundred to seven hundred, and ths
rich Laplander will keep oue thousand,
and even five thousand,
A collection of eighty thousand stuffed
birds will be one of the attractions of a
museum now in course of erection nt Ley,
den, Holland. The bnlldim; will, in alse,
outrank anything of the kind in tu« world,
except the British museum,.
THE FASHIONS*
White satin and white chiffon is lbs
Ideal combination fora bridal petticoat
Chinese muslin is a pretty new material,
ind it comes both plain and figured s ki
pompadour.
The autumn bell skirt will be fuller and
Wider than the original model, but exactly
like it in other respects,
Braiding will be a very favorable garniture iu rich dresses next season, as well is
on tailor gowns aud utility costumes.
The new poplin coats take the place of
the dress waists, Some are Vsndyked on
the sides in deep points, but are shorter
than any of the coats worn a year ago,
JUDGMENTS,
The unexpected never happens twice.
The next century will take ap women's
wrongs.
Comparisons ire odioui, except those In
your favor.
He who lives in tbe fear of death Is si-
ready half dead,
Women lie shout their sgss, men shoot
their weight.
It ii impossible to ooqpi oo what s J«ry
or a girl will do,
It aggravates us more lo hear our cos.
mles praised thin tu hear our friends ids*
llgned.—Madeline Orvli, in Judge,
FOR YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS,
When Ironing starched clothes bin •
bit of beeswax tied III I piece of muslin to
rub the sadirons,
Hang lu inn kitchen In s convenient
place Iur reference, s slits), with tape,
pencil ami sriongs itlsohsd,
When the contents of s pot or pan boll
over, throw salt Immediately on the store
to prevent the disagreeable odor, -
Scour tbe butter bowl md psddls once s
week with coarse barrel salt, and nse isl
•odi instead of soap Is clean dairy umi-
•11s,     '
NOTES FOR THE CURKHHJ,
Europeans pay 18,850,000,000 tills per
sunum,
Therein lew than 800 pure-blooded
Qreenlatiders,
A Russian is not legally <4 s«-e till be Is
t6 years old
Our niiiiiial interest soeou.nl with Bog*
Und ie $125,000,000
One half of the wealth of England Is In
the possession of 1,000 Individuals
Over 1.000,000 people In this country
lire upon |he wsget paid by riilrosd com*
psnies,
FOR SALE
0.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY. B. 0.
All Klnda nl Work JC'tccuisul to the Sails
fittijo-ii of Customers.
This is a splendidly finished boa-ic inside
and out, almost new-, with good statle and out
buildings, Is centrally located iu the valley
and commiuds a good trade. It stands tm Its
own grounds ot two and a half acres In esfitlit.
and Is a good Investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building I* two storeys high and stands
on lls own ground of half un acre lu extent, nml
iH iu ii commanding business position.
For Terms Aitly to
D. NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission.
THE
HAS BEEN A
GREAT SUCCESS
In Africa, Australia, America, and
also in Canada, including the Pre.
vince of British Columbia.
It Will Not Cost You mere than $4 per ton to
extract from 00 to 96 per cent of the
assay value of your ores. Send samples
to us and we will report thereon free of
cost, provided freight Is prepaid. Call
and see us or write to
JKe Cassel Qold
Extracting Co., Lid.,
W, PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
Supt. Experimental Works,
sr!9 VANCOUVER, B, C,
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTEL
GltANll PRAIRIE, KETTLE 11IVK1I.
Hood Stock o
Liquors and Cigars
ID
PRICES REASONABLE.
hclaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SHOP   IN   CONNECTION
Stages Leave every Monday and Wcdacsday
for Marcus, Wash.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
The   World's    Highway
from Atlantic to Pacific
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PENTICTON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and   SATURDAYS
at 8 a.m„ Connecting at
OKANAGAN LANDING
With Trains for the East and West
Through Flrst-Clasa Sleeping C'sra
Dally Between Vancouver and Montreal und St. Paul.
Through Tickets on Sale to Eustern
and Pacific Coast Points.
Bates Lower Than Any Other Line
—♦—
For Rated, Time &e., Apply to
H. S. SCADDING,
Agent, Penticton
OR TO
Q. Ml, BROWN,
DI8T. PA88. AQENT,
Vanoouver, B. C,
MINERAL ACT, 1801,
Certificate of Improvements.
 s-—
NOTICE.
Tun K.Mi'uu-: Minimal claim,
Situated In Camp Fnlrvlcw, In the OstiyiHis
Mining- Division of Yale District,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Francis II. Kline,
Free Miner's cerlllletitc 1,-1,1.15, Intend hy
niy agent, Thomas Elliot, of l.'aliiji Fnlt-vlew,
sixtj days from the dale hereof, In a|inly to tlin
(iniil Commissioner for a certificate of Improve-
mollis (nr the purpose nf oliltiliiiiiK a drown
(Irant of the uIkivh claim,
And further take notice, that adverse claims
must he sein to the Child Commissioner and
action commenced lioforo the Issuance nf sut-h
ccrilllcato nf luiliroveiuenls.
Datod this 17th day of January, llllll.
NOTICE.
PURSUANT t-o tho "Trustee* and KxocutorK
Act." notice In hereby given (hat all orodt*
lorn nnd other persons having nny claim*
fiKiiiiiHt the estate of John MotfUi, of Fairview.
British Columbia, who died au the tlml dnv of
November, IM)1, and of whose estate prooalo
wrui granted on tbe 17th day of December, to
I (li'nrgc J. Hheehan, of Kalrvlew, aforcmid, are
\ hereby required to Bond In tlio imrliculais of
tholr claims or demands, duly vuritled, to the
underaenod on or boforo thu 18th day of February, 1W.J, after which duU' thu executor will
proceed to distribute the nssetaof dce-caiied
amongst tho parties entitled thereto, having
| reference only to the debts, elniuiK mid demands of which bewail then have had notice,
and (or the asucts or arty part t hereof so administered or dist rlbut ed and ho will not ho liablo t-o
any person (if whose debt, claim or domain! lie
shall not then have hatl notice; and all porauim
indelitod to the estate of the deeoasod are required forthwith to pay tho a un! of tholr
debts respectively to the executor.
GKOROE J, SHKKHA.N,
KXKCCTOIt,
j December. I8M1,1895, -Mrviow,, U, C,
MARTIN BROS.
lEAUl&i H''l i.'J. /ni;
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Vernon, JB. C.
BACON
and
PORK
FOR SALE CHEAP
In  Large. Quantities.
Kur Prices Write
J. BROWN,
OKANAGAN MISSION.
Alexander Muir,
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL AC) T
VERNON, e. c,
P. 0. Box, tl, Barnard Ave.
Books Posted, Audited and Squared Up.
Proper attcutlou given in smaller flrnis.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance effected,
PR0V1NCIALBU1LDING & LOAN ASSOC,
(Incorporated-.
Of Toronto, Ont.
Iti open to loan Money (or tho purpose of building in aud around Vernon. No delay whero
security is good.     Apply to
ALEXANDER  MUIR,
SE0.-TREA8. AND AQENT,
W. HENDERSON'S
STAGE  LINE
BETWEEN
MIDWAY AND GRAND PRAIRIE
CARRYING
Mail, Freight, Express & Passengers,
Connects With E. D. Morrison's Stage
to Marcus.
Leaves Grand Prairio Hotel Wrdtiuwjjiy and
Saturday; leaves Midway Thursday and Hun-
day.
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Fridays for
Grand Prairie, and Grand Prairio WednesdajH
and Saturdays for Midway. dol2-3mo
FOR SALE
TN THE BEST LOCALITY ON TIIE VEIt
1   NON Townsite, a few acre and half-acre
lots, cither for building or iriirtlcnliiK,
Apply at this ottlec or lo
F. AIIHIAN MEVEIl,
Vernon. B.C
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
QKTWEEN Sixty and ."evenly Acres Cleared
D and Drained. Six miles from Cnnip Mc*
Kinney.  One Mile fnnn wiii*i*"ii road.
Apply ADVANCE OFFICE.
County Court Notice.
SITTINGS of the County Court of VaI« will
bo holden as follows:
At Osoyooson Wednesday. 10th April, )8ft'i;
At Midway on Saturday, I3tli April, m\
at tbo hour of eleven o'clock iu the forenoon,
[ly Cummnnd
C. A. It. LAMHI.Y,
n.c. a
GovkhNMKXT GflMOB, OSOVOOH,
Zlrd April Wil.
TAX NOTICE.
—.*.—..-
Rock Creek Division of Yale
District.
NOTICK Is hereby Riven thai assessed nnd
Provincial revenue luxes for IM ftffl now
due and payable at my OlHOQ, Osoyoos, ut tho
following mtee:-
If puiil on or before tho :wth June—
Olio-half of one per oent on the asscsKod value
of real estate:
Ono-third of one per cent on tbo assessed
value of personal property ;
One-half of ouo per cent on the Income of
every ponton of tlfUien hundred dollara
and uver;
Two por cent on tho at-MMod value of Wild
I jind.'
If paid 01) or after the 1st July—
Two-thirdi of ouo per cent on tbo atucssed
value of real estate;
One-half of one per oent on the atuiuweU valuo
of pergonal property;
Tlirec-nuarloraof one ner oent on tbo luconiQ
of overy pemon of Hfluoii hundred dollar*
und over;
Two and one-half ]>er cent on tjic asaesscd
value of Wild Land.
All persotib whose laxonare in arrears up to
the 31st noccillbor, 1«H, aro requested to irny
the same forthwith, or costs will bo incurred at
an early dale.
p. A. It. LAMBLY,
Assessor and Collector for the
Hock Creek Hivisloii of Yale DiKtrlct,
Government Otllce.
QiOJ'OO*. jtb Januar), 1895, *td. THE  PILOT  HAY  SMELTEB,
The Concentrator uml Boasters Ii, Operation, and the Smelter Soon Will He.
Although six months have scarcely
elapsed since the partially completed
smelter buildings nt i'il"t Bay were
surrounded by the wreckage uf the
high water of las';. June, a 200-ttin concentrator is is in operation, four roast-
era have lieen built and two of thein
put in use, an 80-ton slack Is almost
ready to lie blown in, machinery is he-
ing placed in position for sampling
works, und every barge on Kootenay
lake is being used to transport either
ore or fuel. To do this required both
grit and money, A Connecticut Yankee hud both, and tlie dny is not far
distant when British Ciiliiinbia will
have a smeller in iictunl operation,
The concentrator wus first stinted up
about two weeks ago, and willi few
alterationschas worked smoothly and
satisfactorily. I thus u nominal capacity
of lull tons in 'it hours, but Ml tuns can
readily lie run through in that time.
Last Monday night 110 tons were run
through in 12 hours. The roasters
have a capacity of 10 tons each in 21
hours. The stank, which is nearly completed, will have a capacity of 80 tons
daily. Ore and fluxes and fuel aro already accumulating iu the bins, und
by the time the smelter is ready there
will lie ore enough on hand and in
sight to keep it running, not for a day
or two, but for months. The "wet"
ore and fluxes come from tlie Blue Bell
mine; the Number One mine at Aitis-
worth will furnish the bulk of the
"dry "ore; the coke comes from Wilkinson, Washington, -ind the charcoal is
made on the ground.
The concentrator lias a rock breaker,
three sets of rollers, twelve jigs, two
double-deck slime tables and two van-
ners. The ore and concentrates are
handled automatically from the time
the ore leaves the barge until the concentrates are shoveled into the roaster.
The roasters are of the ordinary kind,
in which the charges lire moved by
hand. The smelting furnace is ii water
Jacket. The water needed is pumped
from the lake with a pump having a
nominal capacity uf 800 gallons per
minute. Power is furnished by three
engines, tlie largest of which is 110
horse-power. All the buildings of the
company are lighted by electricity.
The machinery is the best that is made,
and the appliances appear to be for
work nod wear, not for show.
Ore is 'transported from the Blue
Bell mine to Pilot Bay on barges, but
at present the barge capacity is hardly
equal to the capacity of tlie concentrator. The tug Kuslo bus been chartered for towjng,
About ISO men altogether are employed at Pilot Bay and at the Blue
Bell mine.—Tribune.
■ 4.-4 —-
THE ANACONDA  JUNES.
The largest copper smelting property
in the world is at Anaconda, Montana,
During the pust eleven years the magnitude of the plant and its results have
been steadily Increasing, till now the
employees aie numbered by the thousand, and the liusiness aggregates over
u million dollars a month. About 4.-
000 tons of ore, the Scientific American
states, are daily treated at the smelters, wlii-ih are in continuous operation.
The works constitute a little town In
themselves, comprising a large number
of different divisions, each subdivided
into details corresponding with tlie requirements of the. process nf taking the
nre from the car and turning it out
merchantable copper. The concentrator alone is of vast proportions; the
smelter and furnaces cover acres of
ground; the eighty tank houses, store"
rooms, offices, etc., occupy a largo area,
and, in connection with this, is the
proposed greater converting plant, to
cost over a million dollars, and intended tn lie the largest and most complete
institution in the country. The company's thousands of men are also employed in the Anaconda mine, near
Butte, and adjacent mines, iu their
coal mines, fire brick, coke, etc., tbe
pity-roll exceeding tlmt of any other
mine in the United States.  '
From 1885 to 18P4 inclusive tlie Anaconda Mining Company has extracted
460,000,000 pounds of copper. Every.
thing is on a gigantic scale and constitutes an important factor iu tlie
great industrial Interests of the slate.
An agreement is reported coiicludud
between the Anaconda' and Calumet
and Hecla Companies, under the terms
of which the former company undertakes to reduce their production to the
level of the latter company—say to
about .5,500,1X10 pounds per month. As
in the month of October the Anaconda
Company produced II.HOO.OOO pounds,
this reduction represents about 1,500
tons per month, The production of
ilie other three leading Montana companies in October was (1,100,11)0 pounds,
und that tu" the other leading Lake Superior cninpiiny—the Tamarack—WO,-
IKK) pounds, these figures about representing the extent of their presenl capacity. It, is believed that the Rio
Tinto Company have agreed not to In.
crease their production. Copper shipments to Europe continue on a reduced
scale, being- about 4,000 tons for November, milking tin; total for eleven
months of thu year alniut (19,552 tons,
ngainst 70.003 tons in tbe same period
last year. As 22,000 tuns less have been
shipped in the five months from July
tti November this your than last, it is
evident that the private stocks of
American copper held on the continent
must now be less than at this date In
1811.1, the public stocks iu England and
France showing an increase of 0,008
Ions. Consumption both in this country and in Europe must have been
much larger this year than last, and
seems likely lo improve,
 4 . 4	
THE  CYANIDE  CONTEST,
The Mei-eiir Mining Company was
served lute on Saturday night with the
papers in tlie cyanide infringement
suit. Through .their regular attorney,
Mr. Frank Pierce, and through other
able co-operative counsel to lie hereafter employed, (hey intend to miiiie a
very st rung and vigorous defense, the
result, of the English suits encouraging
them to the belief that the contentions
of lbe cyanide people cannot hold
against thein. Without giving away
the ground of defense entirely, Mr,
Pierce said yesterday that hut two
iiiuiii points would be raised and held
at issue. They are the two points involved in what is known ns the cyanide
process, The Mert-iu- Company will
hold them to be Incapable of patent,,
und as having been in use many years.
Briefly stilted, they are: first, the
separation of the gold from the base
metal by the use of cyanide of ptiias*
sitim; secondly, the precipitation,
when in solution, by the use of zinc
shavings,
The lirst use of this process, it Is,generally known, failed to operate upon
the Merciir ores, and extensive and
radical changes have since been inntle
by the Merciir Company, Foolishly
enough, as they themselves say, the
Merciir Company did for a brief time
pay a royalty to the owners of the
cyanide patent, but no contract was
er made binding them to a continuance of it.—Salt Lake Tribune.
 ► e *t ■
In a careful review of the business
prospects of the new year the London
"Statist" says; "The depressing influence exercised by the United Stutes
is accentuated by the banking cricis in
Australasia, by the currency experiment in India, by tlie war between
China and Japan, and by the fears of a
crash in Italy and Spain. The revival
in liusiness will continue, because credit
is improving, not only here at home,
but upon the Continent, and because
the augmented production of gold is
attracting capital from Europe, und is
preparing for a very considerable development in South Africa. But
Whether the revival be quick or
slow in tbe present year will depend largely upon the policy pursued In the United States.. If the
gold wilhilrnwls Continue; if there nre
large shipments and large boards, if
cred(t continues paralized, and if, in
consequence, the fear grows that there
will lie another currency crisis, then it
is hardly possible that there'can be
much Improvement in foreign trade.
The United States is so great a factor
in the international business of the
world thai while it continues as at present anxiety and uncertainty will remain. On ibe other hand, If Congress
wisely sels about a proper currency reform, confidence will revive, there'will
he an advance III the prices of commodities, nud the trade revival will he
satisfactorily rapid."
I
GOIBTG  SOUTH
will leave Penticton 7 a. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening,
GS-OIBTGS-  irOBTH
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11a, m., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P. Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
CODSTREAM
HOTE
VERNON, B.C.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
-REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C.
OPPOSITE TO RAILWAY DEPOT.
XX.    V.   1\XTTXmX,X1XL.   X'arojaa'la-toar.
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND WEARS,
GOOD STABLING.
Terms - From - $1.00 - per - Day - Upwards.
Okanagan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on Hand.
Sill  B-tVuiB* es Sjpool-al-ta*-.
Orders   Promptly  Filled.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable  Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
W.J. ARMSTRONG
VBBaiOIf, B.O. P. O. Box.127.
HARDWARE, TIN Al STOVEMAN,
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Rifles and Shot Guns,
•j Force and Lift Pumps,   Iron   Piping
Greixex»a,I tTottbixi.g' SKop iix
-A.11 Z-ts Branches.
W.J.ARMSTRONG.
KELOWW^A.
&     §     #     $
The GARDEN TOWN of B. C, and tbe natural
Shipping and Dial rilml inn point for tlie famous
§       $
01sca>3xa>jgraiXi. "Valley.
This new town affords the best and safest investments to be found in British Columbia.
Town Lots
The smallest size lieing 50x120 feet
witli 100 feet avenues and 20 feet
lanes. Acre blocks from 6 Acres upwards.
FOR PK1CE8" APPLY TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KELOWNA
A. G. FULLER
Barnard Avenue,      Vernon, B. C.
Tie ton livery     1
li    Feed and Sale
Having taken over the stables of Gallagher & Stevenson, and thoroughly over
hauled and refitted the premises, I am prepared to meet the demands
of the public,   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double and single) for public use, and also a goor* lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well to call.
 X ,—
Good Single Drivers,      Good Double Drivers,
Good Saddle Horses.
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by tlie week or month (box stalls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, nnd horses nnd cuttle sold on commission,
Dealer in liny and grain, wholesale and retail.
M
H. C. COOPER
MANUFACTURER OF
Harness and Saddlery
VEIINON, Ii. C,
HAY FQR SALE
—.sVX*—
ROCK CREEK
The Property of the Haynes Estate.
A Large Quantity of Superior
Quality.
Offers for the whole or not less
than five tons to be mada to
J. H. STEWART,
MOR. HAYNE8 EGTATE. O8OY008, B. C.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Osoyoos Division of Ynlc District.
All placer clniins .nnl Itiitsc hi'ldn In this district Icjiiillj- liclil inny be Iniil over from the 1st
of November, mil, to liic 1st of June, 18115,
C. A. It. LAMBLY,
ilsnYons. Ii, 0„ (low Commissioner.
27111 October, Mil,
Corner Of inissios*, cm-trX Tronsosi S-tis-ootba
W. GARDNER, PitoriUETOn.
Upposito W. ll. Mcgaw's 6toro,
rout Office Box 137
Notk,-Tills triable will ho run nl-rii.tly flrnU:lusn in ovory particular. My drivers are all free
nnd gent it* disposition, uml tlie most durable stuck tlio market can produce, Special attention
to transient trade arid to boarders.
V-Ji, All kinds of heayy teaming promptly attended to.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pies.    HON. GEO. E. DltUMMOND, Vice-Pres
E. S. CLOUHTON, GENERAL MANAGER
SAVX3TG-S  teJ*,.J&.NGXL.
BATE OF INTKHKST AT PRESENT 3| l'Klt OENT,
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK, B. C.
Rates from Penticton to Camp McKinney, Rock Creek, Midway and
Boundary Falls, two cents per pound for two tons or under. Marcus to Midway, the same rate.   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First CIiisb Accommodation,   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage tine
from Marcus, Washington. »
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THOMAS ELLIOT, Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches in London, I'ing., New York und Chicago, nml in all tlie principal cities
Ih Canada,  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers. Grant
coiniiieirinl nml travelling credils.availalile in uny pnrtuf the world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
. x —	
BRANCHES IN 11IIIT1BII COLUMBIA !
VANCOUVER     -    -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    ....        NELSON
Vernon Branch : G. A. HENDERSON : Manager.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
"Vlo-fctaiiri.a,   1£. 0.
AUBICULTURAL MACHIIIBY.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Brantford § Binders ® and ® Mowers
THE DEBT IN THE MARKET,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON,
O. I\ Costeirtoxt., .A.^eavb.
RAMS   XXORZIir   HOTEL.
LUMBY, B. 0.
First-Cluss Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting nnd Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Xiotxis Movand, Prop.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
GCOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES,
Rigs to Roek Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus and all other points in
the Country,   Part ics desirous uf seeing the mines should
Give us a Call,
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To,
ROLEY A  DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinery   Kept  in  Stock.
CONKLE &. DONALD,
MIDWAY, D. C.
GENOW'AYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
AU Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. O. Bpx 582. Washington

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