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Vol. Ill, No. 21.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA,' MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
W
JI. COCHRANE,
ts.
Solicitor Supreme Conn;
N'ur.un' Pudlici Conveyance^ Etc
Office: GUlnioro'fl Block, Barnard Arouuo,
vim vox. - a a
Bealevs
BOOTS,  $  SHOES,
*
CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
We havejiist received a-CAULOAD, and
wtt nre selling the same lit surprising-
GROCERIES:    lyfwm*  $     4      #
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with ils,
Fuipview,
W. T. Sbatford k Co,
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at tae Foot of Okanagan Lake. #
lk CRAWFORD MILL
TO BE  ERECTED  AT   FAIRVIEW
CAMP.
a,
PIIEIX HILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Ol'i'icii; Martin's Blink.
Vmixo.v. li.tl.
poiirniTlw.T^n^r-
A.M.O.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, B, ('.
Y E. chowell,
Tliil.vsil.v s'l-., VKHNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fitting-s a Specialty.
t? H, LATIMER,
VEItNON, B, C,
DOMIKION AND PROVINCIAL
3inu,l  S -m. i--v-*3ry oa-.
Mom. Am or. Soc. talg, Rugs,
The New Method ol Treating Ore to Ec Used
on the Smuggler Outiiu'. A Representative of The Advance Has a Chat With
Mr. Elliott-Possibility of Fairview Being
a Very Busy Camp This Winter.
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.iM„B.C.A.
Civil Kiigineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
B0UNDABY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON,
004 h\l\n and Fisfe   Raw Bolts and Sail Yachts for Hire.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
CF.
K 13 X. O "W IJ A,.
Dry CjdIs, Grwiss, lUylik Ming, Hardware, Etc., Etc,
Orders fnnn tlm I.iiwiir OkiitiagiMi will receive prompt attention,
Pitii'i-:*; Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMIL
SMITH & CLEHIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
COSTERTON
vKiixox, \\. o,
 As'oi).t   For	
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers oi' Wines and Spirits.
Xicholles & Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
Tlie Okanagan-Spaniimcneeii Dists.
FOR
Tho Royal Insurance,
Tho London k Laacashlre,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The LondonJc Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co.
The Dominion Building & Loan Association.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
On .1) lay last  Mr. T. Elliott, of
Fall-view, Ivan met liy an A.DVANCK
lepiewiilarlveul llie JYiitii'liin hotel,
Politician, nnil, al'li'i* exchanging sulii-
laliuns, entpiicies ivi-ci- in.-iili' liy the
scribena to Ilm progress uf events in
what, uiny lie a very busy t*iiin|i In fun*
tile I'lilnniciiieinenl (if winter, In all nf
Wlllcll i'iii[iiti-ii.h cnni-lcnus replies were
received:
'* Ynu aie expecting in ineet some
representative!!of tin* ('ran find .ilill
I heliove, Mr. Elliott?"
Yes; Iain expecting In meet Iwo
gentlemen, Mr, Brighnui anil Ml"
Lawsnn, who are intcicslcil in the sue*
cessful working nf lhe Orawfortl .Mill,
ami wlm Intend spending tj>lo,0GU nu
the caciaioii nf a mill and llle develop
nii'iitof my property al Fairview."
"1 suppose you mean llie Smuggler
claim?"
"Yes, that and none oilier; fur
nsHiie you the latent developinenl
work lias disclosed a valuable hotly of
tree-milling die, wliieli lhe Crawford
Mill people consider as peculiarly
adapt ed to their method uf I ic.ai men t."
" lion- long Hill il. he lu'fuie llle mill
is iu operation ?"
" Well, just as soon as il arrives, and
it is now on lhe way here, il will he
erected mid will start winking Immediately, us there is quite a hotly uf
nre nn the (lump al presenl ready for
crushing,"
"Doynu expeel lo olitnin as good
results from ihe Crawford Mill ashy
Ihe old method of working hy stump
mills?"
"Tliat, remains In he pi oven, Yd
lliere is no leasun thai 1 can see why
such should mil lie lhe case, und at a
great saving on cost of treatment, as
one man can look afler live orsix lnill;
when once in proper winking order
uinl each mill will crush from lour lo
eight Ions pec day."
"Aleyon aware Ihal a large number
of milling men look wilh disfavor upon
the Crawford Mill?"
" Their opinion may or may no! be
the result of practical experience. All
I can say is, 1 am going lo give the mill
a fail' trial, and should it, prove a success, Iheii il will soon lie uol llie only
oue in British Columbia; and, if otherwise, why, ymi know, we can always
fall hack un the old method of treatment by stamps."
.1. Mnloney.
Oil  Eliterprise, Rock Creek mountain,
Joe. Trainiu't' and Slither Caiup-
ix-JI.
"Hi Cold Hill, Rock Creek mountain,
.). A. Campbell and Jus. Craig.
21   Raul blue, Kruger Mountain, J, N.
M.-ilbesnii aud I'.'d Unwell.
21   Bare Hack, Kruger Mountain, I).
Nickcc.-iin.
21   PattI, Rock Creek mountain, J, F.
I.cadi.
21   Luui- Slur, Itm-k Creek mountain,
II. L. Cliiileniliuiinil A. (iiiiii-..
21   Evening, Ruck deck mountain, J.
F, l.iaihiind C. W. G-iU'dller,
211   Siijjsliiu-y, Ruck  Creek luouulain.
J. C. Robertson,
'2.1  Klalawa, Rock Oiee.li utounlain, .1.
t;. Fishor,
Hi   Flossie, Rock Creek iiuuiutain, .1.
N. .MulIlea.in and Ed. Ilowen,
ClillTII'll-ATK or lllllIK
s Senior, M. .1. Greeey.
8  Rock, Jnliii IV, .lli-Ciinl.
21   W'ini ion. .las. Suuller,
18  G. M. Bunnell, Will, Smyth,and (I.
M. Beimel I.
21   Highland Chief, U'm. Slliylll, Gen.
Bennett nnd Win. Edwards,
29  August, 11. Ruse, J. A. Coryell and
J. I1. lliiinveall.
THE CARIBOO MINE
KETTLE DIVER MINING DIVISION.
ll,ii.ids nf lllncriil I.i.uilioi.s fiir the
M'ci'li Ending September in.
11. Old Mexico. .Skylark camp, W. E,
Coveiil.
II. Melbourne, Clipper ciunp, A, J.
Crldgreii, W, 11. Brown  and T.
Wilson
11. Ilolyoke, Pi-ovidance eamp, John
Fitzgerald
'liny, Christina Lake, Ed. Nugent.
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.
HARRY A.  GUESS, M. A,
(Successor to J, C, Haas, H.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
BOUCQ-OT.A.-S-,  33. O.
RATES: Cold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Oold,
Silver, and Copper, $3.00. Other
rates on application. Samples from
a distance will receive prompt attention.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Like, handy to shipment,
Sash ami Door Factory en C. 1'. R., Vernon,
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable I'i ices.
LEQUIME   A   POWERS, Proprietors.
E. C. CABGIIiL an° CO.
akmstkono, b. a
•GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
EDWARD JH HAIN,
., DEALER IN „
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-     Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C,
]■', II. JACQUES,
OSOVOOS   .MINIMI   DIVISION.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, II, C
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots 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.
B.   O    OAXt&XXtX,  <fc   OO., ABMHTKOWO
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
SITTINGS of tbo County Court ol rale will
Ihi lioltlon on follows:
At Osoyoos mi I'Viilay, itflli Ootobor, 1S1I5;
Al Midway mi Monday, 's8lh Ootobcr, 18M,
nt ilm Iniiii- of olovcii o'clock in ilm foronoon,
ia Command
('. A. II. LAMBLY,
II. V. ti.
l,'OVi:ilN.MKNT IlKCIC*.;, (IsovonS,
Istli Soptombor,'I8D5.
Records of Mineral Locations foi* tin*
Month Ending .'list August, 1805.
2 The Ilaitingliu,, Camp Falrvleiv,
Geo. A. Guess,
3 Ruth,  Caui|i McKiuney,   Ed   If.
Swiuey.
li   Iluunner,  Oamp  McKinney,   Ed.
II. Swiuey,
10  Monarch, Kruger Mountain, Joe
Craig and Joe Ti-ainuer.
10  Parrot, Kruger Mountain, J. A.
Campbell and Slither Campbell,
13 Little (inld Dust, Krug'T.Miiunlnin,
E, I). Bueing.
14 lli'Ii-ievcc,   Kruger Muiinlaiu, 1),
Niekersuii.
In  Huubeaui, Ki-ugoi- Mum tain,  D,
Nicket'Bon.
15 llainbler. Camp .McKinney,  .1. A.
Ciiiiipliell and Joe Gl'illg,
15   Moi'iiing, Camp .McKinney, J, A.
C.ini|ihnll and Joe Craig.
15 Nina Men, liockCreekinuiint.nlii, A.
It uu ige nu.I \V, II. Lliley.
15   Victor, Hock Creek mountain, Then
Kl-llgBl'j A.   II linage  ami   W.  II.
Lliley,
15   Vera,  Hock Creek  iiiiiiilitiiln, A.
Haulage lllld W. II. Lilley.
'111   li'ii-k  Ci k.   Bock   Clark  l»iilll|.
lain, J. M. .Iinlii nnd J. i'. Iti'illv,
17   I)ol|ihio, Ciunp  Fillrvlniv,  I', W,
.Inula a,
17  Peacock. Kcuger Mountain, W. P
Keller and J. II. K.igel.
17   Iliilil Eagle, Ilwck Creek n IItill 11,
10. .1. Coildacd.
II)   H'ldie, ltock Creek mountain, W,
T. Hughes
III   llei'-lli'i',  liuck deck  liioilntiilii,
W. T. Hughes.
10  Nancy, liuck ('ink n.i.t.nliiin, W.
T. Hughes.
II)   Coinslock, Unci; Creek luuiinlniii,
W.T. Hughes.
II)   Oroniiio,   Hock Cleek   mountain,
P. Kclsey.
II)  Yelloiv Jacket, Hock Crock ilioun*
lain, Fi-i'd Sclineil,
ill ()• It, HockOieekluoiiiiliiln.Hugh
McOool,
lb  Wai- Eagle, Rock Creek mountain,
W. T. Hughes.
Eureka, liuck Creek mountain, M.
Newark,     "     "  Jno, Flanagan
Raft, "     -  Frank Harper
Lake "      "   Ed, Nugent.
O'l.iei', Ling Like camp, Robert
Wilson.
14. Si. Charles, Wellington camp, tl.
M. .Miller.
II. Dundee, Piovldtncu rump, J. C,
Haas.
1(1. Ciaiidni.-i's Hussle, Gland Prairie,
Gas Haiulin.
10. Fool Hen.  Genial   Prairie,  John
Edgar,
ID. Morning,  Grand   Forks, Joseph
AIiiiiiiii-c .-md David Woodward,
10. Cupper,   Grand   Prairie,   Joseph
Alumni e and David Woodward.
10. Hill Tup,  Grand   Prairie, Joseph
Ahniiiire and David Woodward.
10. Blue Grouse, Grand Prairie, Joseph
Al'inoill'e aiid David Woodward.
1(1. Park, Summit camp, John Court-
les and Chris, Robertson.
1(1. Bay State, Wellinglon camp, Edward, Roui'ke and Tim Feahey.
10. Pilgrim, Wellington eamp, II. I).
Barnes and J. P. Shannon.
1(1. Queen, Wellinglon  camp,  II.  1).
Barnes and J. I', Shannon.
1(£ Dumpily, Wellinglon camp, Alex.
Diimphy ami Olio Grunn.
10. Simla Anna, Skylark eamp, Ullu
Dillier.
10- Magnetite, Deadwood camp, E. C.
Blown.
10. Winci|cslec, N. P. Kettle liver, E,
S. Ilickey.
1(1. Mountain View, N. F. Kel.lleciver,
Hubert Clarke.
10, Cumberland, N. F. Kellle river, P..
J. Ilickcv uial Robert Clarke,
17. Gem,   Providence   camp.   J.  L,
Hjiirncl'cig.
17. Uncle Sam, Lung Lake camp, Jas.
Fox and J. W. Nelson,
17. Morning Star, Skylark camp, Clay
Francis aiid J. W. Nelson,
CEHTIl'll-ATK 111' WORK.
11. King, Win. Tranliisky.
11. Genevieve, James J, Fitzgerald and
Win. Tranliisky,
11. Queen, Win. Newton.
II. Greenwood, James J, Fll'/goiuld.
II. Idaho, I'. II. Liu-gey.
II. Hubert Emmet, C. J. .McAi-lhiic.
II. Deiiecn   (lunula,   I'Vcil   A.   Shun
(pii'sl.
II.  Laura, I'Veil A, .Nliiini|iicsl.
II. Miil'gi'le, I'Veil A. Sliiiiii|iiesi.
17. Last Chance. W, T. Suiilh.
VERY RICH ORE HAS RECENTLY
BEEN MILLED.
Work on the Famous Cariboo at Camp Mo*
Kinney Being Steadily Prosecutod  Hum
nnd Boston Company Pushing the Work
Prospecting ilr.lt Kow Dcim /itcutlwe
Hundred Feet  Cause of a Mlr.c Disaster.
I'lider thu direction of Colonel Boyle
lbe llulle and Iliislini company ale
sle.nlily prnseclllilig  lbe  Wink  uf dl1-
velupineul in lhe Cariboo.
The shaft which some time ago was
started nl ihe Junction of the two
claims, ihe Cariboo and Amelia, isliuw
down a deplh of some Iwo hundred
iiiid forty fed, nnd drifting has been
dune to .i distance of sixty feel in a,
southerly direction, and to ihe uiu-lh
some twenty feel, and upon whicli
ilcill, they are now working, Recently
some I wn hundred and fifty lulls of
oce, which had come out of lhe new
shaft, was run through lhe mill, and
(heassurance wasgiieu by ihe partis)
in charge Ihal llnouehout llie mine's
history no richer rock had lieen crushed,
and no belter return received than
from llie cleanup made a fevr
days ago. Although the exact llgures
could mil Ic given, owing to the fact
tliat lhe amalgam had not been retorted, it. was generally understood
lhe ore would average ahout $40 lo Ihe
Ion. So well pleased seemed those,
in charge wiih ihe result, the hope
is entertained and freely indulged in,
thai Ibis will have lhe effect of closing
Ihe deal between lhe llulle and Bos*
lou company nnd the owners—Ihe
Cariboo Mining company.
It is sincerely to lie wished that such
may be the case, as the transfer of this
property, mill Ihe subsequent working
of it upon a scale proportionate to the
extent and richness of the niiut'sjwoultl
have lhe effect of slimiilatiugolhei-s to
follow lhe good example set, and as a
consequence limes iu ami around the
camp would be all hum aud bustle.
 *.e-4	
Cause of a Mine Disaster.
Tbe terrible mine disaster near Cen-
Iral City, Colorado, lasl week, causing
lhe death of thirteen millers, draws
altenliiin lu the fact wliieli every practical miner is aware nf, and oue which
is lime and lime again lhe cause of
luss uf life, ll is never safe to carry
workings below an adjoining property
Ihal is flooded with water. Operations may go on for years without a
mishap, Imt the danger i.s present all
lbe lime, and when the break comes
lhe men who me underground have
Utile if any chance ta save their lives.
Caught hundreds of feet Mow lhe silt--
face, if the entering volume of waler is
large, they ace drowned without an
opportunity to escape, if owners of
mining properties will uol lake the
steps necessary to prevent such acci-
ilculs the law should provide adeipiate
safeguards,—Western Mining World.
TIUNBPUHBi
Rnliy,) Inleresi W. 0.
to li.'Cook.
   ,. <	
Duinpeil Her Loud In the l.iil,c.
The lirst accident of Hie season on
Hie river icuit-iid left Siiluiday,
whereby (wu uml a half cars ot ore
Here lost ovetlioaid firm Ihe scow.
The Lyltoll lefl Nakmp willi Hie scow
iu low: bulb sleiimer and scow being
loiidid wah lluce cars nf mc ciicli. A
few miles up lhe bike by some, as yel,
ma ap'nii id iiiuiii Ihe low of Hie
scow became submerged lllld llllshlpl id
lliegiealei 1'iiit of ils cillgO, lighting
herself almost immediately, 'lie
senw was then beached and lhe Lyllun
came up wilh I ei i wn unto. Illl' Old
was from lhe Ciimbi'clund and Alamo
mines,
*, | 4	
A dun I J(ilu*.
Mll'l of thing nne wees in
MoM vim
This is lhe
lhe Vancouver News-Advurllsei1, Al,
the close of an Interview with a Mr.
Monk I on, wlm is talking of pulling iu
a smeller, lhe n porter I bus writes t
" An iiiailiiiiiim nf ihis kiiiil would, if jirup-
crli innnngoil, bo of grant Imiolll to thcclty,iw
11), Sycamore Copper, jlntoresl, Frank ' M irauliloraiilnya largo nbor "( n. Mr.
Ill
Beaiiebei-e lu George Ililcr.
111. Three One, | Inleresi, Frank Me-
(Juice lu William Hailliltun,
13. Three Oue, J Interest, Frank Mc-
Giiice io Peter McKenna.
II. Hubert  Kiuiiicl, ,1 inleresi, C, ,1.
McArthiirlo 1', A, Largey.
II. Holier!  Eiiiinet. ,', inleresi. (.'. .1.
McArthiirtoF. A. Sluuiipiest,
II. Liu™, 'ill Interest, P. A. Shoo-
ipiesi mC. J. McAi'lhur.
II. Maigrle, J Inleresi, P, A, Shun*
ipiasi toC. .1   McArthui'.
Iti   Dear 11.un, !, inleresi, Johns. Mc.
Cliuloek loCbarli's K. Simpson,
1(1. MnlTlson, I, Interest, ,1. S. Mi-Clio*
lock lo.I. II. Miii'i-isiiii.
III. I. me Sine, 1, illleccsl, 0.   1),  Sail*
Inni lull. J. Cub'.
17   I'liiincelloc, 1 inleresi, Jas, Muinii
to.lolin Thompson,
Mniickuni also |ir'i|iii-i.il'iiiiill'<ii-iliiiii>|i|i<iriiiniiy
tlurlng llio viinicr iiniiiilis nf tenchlngprospce,
luisllniiliiriiri.nl kinilsiif nn-s."
lilac 1,1 , ,,|>|,i-r.
The price of co|ipi'c Is steadily rising
nud is now quoted at from $12.13 lo
$12.22. Nnl many inoiilhs ago the
possibility of such a rise would have
been ridiculed as utterly alisurd, The
revival nf trade and Hn increased demand fur Hie metal in electrical me-
chanlcs may be considered iu some
reason responsible.
  t* • 4	
Tbe llmneslllke, which was ceeenlly
biiiiilcd fnc :>-.').m u, is showing up well.
The owners are working in sl,.-,ft ami
tunnel, and have surveyed a roail
ahout ono mile to connect with the
road to Trail Landing.
v
-A K0R1U8& I.AMI:
C'lhlj-hcil    ivuckli    nl    Midway,   II,
Buhscripl|on Piico, .sa'.nn per milium, payable
iu wtvaw-c,either yei*ri) or hiilf-yoiirlj n'l il,.. imr-tanoiit,
ppl mn nf i In. subsorjber. " At lin noxl Ron ir.il election, if lhe oloctoi1
Advertising Itatiu m.i,i iiiiii]i|ili,..iiii,n. nf Knnthorn Yalo will turn nut nml veto for
Though Hi., columns ,,r -I'm.: liiran: nr,. ciinillilutu fur member nl
THF    AHVAMTP '''''''' '"'''■    '-""' ""!   Asberort-Uarl i   mull idiorite or Ihenldcr eruptive or main-   rr^,      T~^ T     T     TA'P
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.-..'."":,I!'.K"",S  on nni I.. „■ Art!*- ..I (-..,if..,l,.mli'.,a   ""sl l1"'1'" ,"'" "Xleusive areas of scb-     -*■   •    *W .IW *-< *l* W    *-   }
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General Merchant,
ay j '
at ways'open fur llie iliscussi i uinli.i . „f   ^ .j.^,.' |'nj^^"j J,,'|. -:**,. -. 11=«, 1  luuil .-,.,, ' "R'lln be cut off liy I belli.
J is.-., I-il j cy.'li,, l''';, i i'l".'.'!" l',1.1!',. ii;,V. I,,.-' ■'•'-; rVc!',,1:'--1   trncls, ami whn In nol a:. ii|i'iln;'isl fur nnil il,.'-     Sn, illl luiiigli I here al a lillliiecniis anil FAlRVIEW     D.   C.
Keeps the Largest and Hest Assorted Stock of
T"":n:' "f'';"-; * "lv:""'1 ^I^Zii^r^LXlGFoeeri^ Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
imp,.in al. ibe forthcoming exhi- "me "n" "10 next, except Uml lhey. ' o I i
|'u|*l*eS|lulll|
jilllilial....!.
"( I
.MtlNHAy.SI'il'TKMIIKHi:. 1805.
mil ure w ill mil Uf fender >l LnuHlcienl etvll-scn i.'.- pnstofhVo ..ill
t'lals" lit -y will ilu (heir share lutviirJsgetting
what 111'')- neod uml ul.ul lhey nn' I'nirlyme
Illicit loin llu- ivayofadcqiialoinnll iViliiiis."
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTUI.
OltANIi l'llAIHIK, KKTTI.E RIVER.
liuoii Stbokof
Lipps and Cigars
:   .Uru.-in tins nni imli
.nle ihu yiiiivsiiusaripttmi
a i lliia inn ■.■ lm, .'a|.,ii,a.
EDITORIAL MITKS.
At il   banipiel   I..nil..ceil   llu*   Illili-.ll
|'..l bin Bmrd of Trade ill Nelson  ai
iilHon ..f the Okaiiiigaii and Spalluiii* j'»"»nil '" im iip|iroxinuilely slraigbl
'■li.-i-n Alm null hi nl snriely, n. be Held j ''-'lsl ■'""' ,VI'S|  '''"'• ,""1 I'ussess some
in Vein n October '.I. Ill 1 II. is j cbucaclcrislirs nf structure and c -
now Hi Hi" buils nf ibe majority of posiliun iu commun.
I.n rsthroiighoiil the Okiiuiigan dis*     Although I should not lie surpi'lsed
in.a. .inil shoulil serve lo reiniiul Ihem
ibal  Ihis   vein's slum    lbe   I'lilillll   iu
ihe hlilury m' ib * snclety if ii is in
..a a success, depends ulmnsl eiilliely
upon llieir iiiiliuilii.il generosity,
piiieoi'e, perseverance and tuergy.
l-'i.c lie exeeiillve In make a successor
li.ucil, Me H. It. K.i. ..I' Victoria, replying in lbe loiist, "Tlie Members of
III-   ll.-ili-h   Cnuiail.i.i  Boaid," ia   n
p iclcil In have said :
"Tlml uolmily uf mon wlribii'liisiluil Knot,
a    ha.l «i iinmh I'imsiii tu I shamoil ut   '">' "I"1 '• II   l« necessiii.y that
|!i..*ii|  Ives as llu ■■ . i, lm iiiii iin-.,,  lhey receive llle hearty siippurl. of the
".a.1 la i'l'iml iiiiii ■ .a.i ol  holt ia unco 'i farmers generally, iind us ibis bus been i
■   ' : l,l"!'.1'   i bountiful year fur crops, no excuse
it many new discoveries of pycrholile j
in this and tbe adjoining distiicts, [J^*5***
trust I innv mil be accused of being pt-
diinl.ii'in disclaiming ibe existence of
any hell which could heilclually tl'ilced
through in trail,       s. s. Fowler,
Midwnv, Sc|il. III. IHIS,
any place smith of Vernon, and sella on terms to soil the times
Cheapest Place In buy I'm-Cash lu tho Okanagan Counlry.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE  ASSURED.
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
lXla,3cxdex>xi3.±S'fc axid Purider
:■; . a..,
iv il, Hum ■ hi ,,       ...   im
ii I'saiii
|. inn..h
I aial Iii allowed lost in.I  iu llie
,.rilii.iu   probably grim   ...... i i a, un, Tlioy ol   lllllng llu- blinding Willi  all   lbe
j. I I cm).: In llllll;.. ilKpiirlCSCilllCul'nlug business .'"n't   I I lings, fill' llle glllll illg nl which
iiiiii,'i--: t.ia, mv ii,,.,-,,,, .rcu fo,. provincial  ,he Oldlllllgilil  valley in  for r veal a
liaises, luinfiir.ii itieuis ■ lies ii|i.i.i lh.. min,.ml
rosiiureos uf the country, mil, llnuigb they
llllglltlioj ilijlil'-iliiitclj llivcsl lllelfisclves, limy
iv.nilil s;iraul tlio fiiiuonf tbo district anil aoubl*
(ess (lursiliulu iilhers 111 llivcsl.   Ill"  I.ml B0CII ""'
... iillaiuni iii realize Uml a mining Investment Wl« are pleased In publish iitldul (lie
in Kiiiilonny was as safe u In.Miua imiloposll* same lime call allcillinll In u lei tec iu
iiii-in nohiiruireil bank wiih iho curiuiniy uf , |,c present Issue over the slguiitui'e of
immense rot urns.  SiinlolentdovolopoionlshiU ,Vll.. g, S, FiAVIJCH, M. B„ replying Id
li,aai uncle Iii prove Unit iiiii minus wire worth ,,  ,      , ,
,i.i- in.ulr Itself I'.iiiiiiiis Ihioiigli lhe
iliiiliu.ii of exhil il ions held hy litis
iiiclelv,
niillinnsiinit lliu district unsus grail   tliougli! '" 'W»"I-*P*-"H wrongly applied lo him
hm In Ilu liiiiinl suigu uf Us linportiuieo-lii
'hatters  nf trade   lie  expressed tliu bopj
tn.it lho liiurclinnlH uf Knotoiiny as llt-ilisii
.iiiiliiinbiiins iviiulil work liuiul  In liiiiul for
ll.-itish Columbia lirst uml fn- Cuniclii us u
iv-holo.  Uy tjlvliig a pi'ofiii'oiiui] I'm* Hi-iiish Co-
luiniiiiiiill rouiul lie: provincial resources would
In ilcvcldpoi! iu limn,  for Kootonay's liiwlo,
llio coast intrcliiiiiis ivontil iiinke investments
.is I he Illll hur of llie alali aniail lhat a
Cli nf dim-lie, nud also a vein uf oi-r,
aau euuliiiuoualy through the cuiuili-y
from I he scene uf lhe recent shikc at.
Linker crock, neill'liuurcltist mounlain,
lo Trail creek. One sn Ihoroughly cnn-
versiinl with  the geological ilmiucler
.of llle country as a p'lrusal nf bis Icl lee
In tbo resources of tbo district, and thus hand     ...   ,       ,, '  ,-,
}.. hand UU nvoittl porlions ot lbe provinco «'IH show Mr,   FOWLER lo be. would
wouldprospjrtogotliur.  ll.i ccmiaiiing liiois:-: bald v be lbe uiilboc of such a slate*
inenl.   .\ll we cnn suy is thai llu
-.in; furniiilinn upon which lhe article in
ipiesliun was bused, wns derived from
in: onf I he usual news channels, viz.,from
la'.u.lsj-IIuiisiiml uiiikin;* llmir inter
peal, tlo lunp.u uf Kuuleiiny, in Iboli
fuciu'ethn (ostorlngand oiicoiiragoinciit uf
diistrioB kindred tu mliitng, such as siaolltng
juiil rotlnlng,, would rooclvo tbo ep*opomtion ui
piiciuiro pmip.oiif Um pi'uvlncj, an 1 by tliu  IJl'iispi-eliil-s,   and   cnliseipiently  eon
• jiurglugof local rciiulromoiils Into provlut'lnl' sidercd cnncel, nml as such published.
Iss.ms uiiiu.i gi'oator'attention would ho i-u-j  ,,,	
e-ivu.l fr.nn Um [i iii-.iis Jim no,   lie rooughli-ilii j the DIOItlTK III fl'.
th j importance of encouraging tho sm-jltliig of 	
pros in Koolciiay. n|i|OTe|iiiliig Ilm luivanliigts j .,,„ ||u, „,,,,„, „f ,,,„„. A|,v„,,,,.
which ticoriio'd from such a policy, llu roalizod
lion iiiiii.ii-iant.il factor lho cheap tmnsporta-     Sl"' RefeiTingloan ni'llclu in yum
lion of (not would bo in the dovolopnitntof lbe  Issue of Sept. 2nd. on lbe sl like a l  Bit-
. leiiitcuiiy, and in ibis respect comiaondod ilio  koi* Creek, 1 lind myself Iniiile lbe aie
l,iiil,liuguflliut-i-iiwsNisilnM-i,.ii!l,.l!„.|,l-  ihor of tile assilin|iHuil llllll  a   bell   of
lonUdnoi Mr. Clarke Wallace,  in muiiing ho I ,.   ,,        ,i,    ,        ,   . ,,,, , ,
, ,.,,  , ,,  , ,i   „■ , i        , un lie cnu ,   be   riicii  ii" i    bn.lie i  n
iidiilllUal Unit thu ViuIiii.|iiiiil.|t1iiiii.sIiii . .,„ui, ...,,,
)itov/ iii socking trade relations niil, a,.,... nay.   trail Creek.
but they would now like a irinl, ami If thoyuui.-j Now this would lm u very lii'iind as*
pot satisfy n|l rousiinablo domlinds, they ivill be ' suinplion on lhe pari nf nne tt ho dues
'ainlcnf Lu bu called inossuacks."
lu pinking psi: nf these ullerances
wu wonder if the worthy president
really realized lunv lu-islling will] truth
were his winds, especially llui.-u in
wliieli he refers to their Ignorance 11
the resources and advancement in.nle
by Kuplciiay. We hope Unit such may
|a-(lie case, anil Ihnt univ the opplil
not pretend in have trumped right
lhrough In 'I mi.; however lbe fee-
ipll'llcy of   lbe   llcuilclice   of  (Il.il it c
iiiiterups, certainly gives coloi lo a lib-
ief in ll xlslence of v hai   I  may
team a chain nf dliii-ite, us ngiiiust any
cnnlillllnus bell.
NilHU'Ihuh  huge  dykes  of  diorilc
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
♦
lioitgli Lumber
Prom $10 to $12,
Dressed Lumber
I'coiii ,$l(! to $18
Per TTioiikiiiiiI.
D.  RIcDUFIF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, it. o.
All Kinds uf Work iixiiuuted lu Ihu Salts
union of Customers,
A. D. WORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photopapiioi'
VKRNON, ll.C.
VIEWS OF   THE DISTRICT   FOR   SAlE.
W. DALIiVlMI'LE
Creneisal   'HQiXeioTlacmaacLL't'Sx
i'VvlllVIKW, ll.C.
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
.Animals, Bitcis air'
Fish
i Mi. I in I'li'sl-Clasa Stylo
SKINS TANNED  AND
MOUNTED
! I'-iu: Ileus ,1X11 cul: sm:.
Deer Heads a Specially
llrilcral,). Muil Will Itoecivu
I'riiinpl Atlcnllou.
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
as Mini,. In lleili'e
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
Winner of Gold Medal
At Chicago, iii, aial Won
first i'l-izu Wliuruvur
Shown,
I'i.hI Oilii-n Box 1 »>n
TEBKOW,   H.   O.
mum FALLS
and
NOHTfiffl RAILWAY I
Nelson & Fori 3;:epj:apil tiailv/Sj
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C.
Only throutj!! !snj to  fk.'ssn,
Itr.sso, ilooioi s.y Luko
and Silu-.i. Kints.
KAMI 11 SP
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
mm'mrmwmwmmmmm
ALL SHOV¥.
mmwmwmmwmmmmffl
Will Be Held on
al
siay, Thursday ani Frilay,
ct. 9, io and n; 1895.
V UK
CHICKS llKASU.NAHLE.
mclaren bros., proprietors.
HUCKSMITII   SHOP   IN   CONNECTION
Stiigo Leave every Moininy and   Wcduusduy
for Miu-oiis, Wash.
ENDERBYHOTEL
11. w. willilHT.|>itoe.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-;
Livery In Conned Ion,
Klrst-class tuTiiiuinixliiliun  fur Ooiinnerctal
Tmvcllui-s.
limiting and Fishing lu abundance ihnnigli
lids illslrlol,
Pack Uorsos uml Outdo* furnlsliod In S|Kin«-
innn (in fchurtesl n.li iee.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
.1
j».  ii
lunlly presents Itself lb  liliiuwlf uinl f"V"".n 1'iiiliiineiil nml iieislsleiil fen*
pullUilKllbS 10 liecouie llliil'illlgblyi-ull
vcrsanl willi lbe liulllillieSH lialucal le*
tuic iu I lie |teolo|{,v iil'Sniilliein llciiisb
Columbia,  'Ibey ueeiir nol   only
•.uuri-es anil t'01i|-iiiei-elt|l [lossibilities iif T,'"i' ,»"1 ""  Bemiidnry in uin Inil
Hint -wild  pui'tloii  uf lbe (jfeittt'st !l"'°"-u't'   W('sl  K",,,<,l,,lv '""' "s f'"
P '  1     ....    I?....1     £!,....! I    ll ,	
east as Full Steele ami lbe western
3lu|iesof llie Ruekiesi wliilc In tlie
Wesl we 1.ow Ibnl Baker Creek ..ml
nmie i-ecenlly tlie Sliuilkniueeii cnun-
li-y I'l'iiiluciuK iniaainn links in ibis
wnmleifully lnll|> lllain.
tip lu Ilm present llieillnrileof Bast,
province of llie lUininion, I bat tin:
same will be einbcaceil by llieoi.solluil.
llie result will be a dei'iileil silinuliis
uiven to |irovineial iiuluslties genel-
jilly, ami as a I'liusl'quuiiee llie liriugliiit
J1110 closer trade lelatioua, llle peuplel
of tbe coast willi those of lbe uilerior,
which up Iu the presenl tlnioliusKecinod "ml W"sl' K ""' m' "  k""H	
s,1 fac an ut. be liceouipaiileil by  viiluable  luiueral
Al'te'r  rouiinalinK up uul   I, - ! ll"l",sils; Lul   '""lil1-   weBtwiml,   llie
uujily dlKestiuK   only the ilrv Tl: IW""'1 «'»f Lhe vleinlly on
ic.ie slalistics,   hot  alsu'ibe   inot'e   e.isl side uf llu: Cobonbii, civec, uf-
sulvii  ami juicy  ,u,ina,-y luui-1    :"rL l-""'1'-lh' ''"-'  1-ll"»" '"'''"'
In lle niel with ii
. wc luipe Ihe uiliell eslecincil ineliiliui-s.
uCtlie llriiishCiiliunbialinaril uf Trade ",,w m u"" "''""" "s "'l""'1 !l" ,la8-
'.'.ivill lioH-cliu-n lioine suiislieil will, lbe '•,il" m'<   '"''   ils  '')™'0''li.rislles
jleaul' having seen  the wll.ileufll,,, ■-•>•■■ «"•-!•»« t<> make il easily recognised
i tusl.. uiine,al mid olbec ic.Mi.uies „l   «">'«bete, wlnle lbe numerous disci-
-llriiish Cnbunliia's ,„„ll,,a„ interior   aaics lien nl,nils ami in lhe weslsh	
'•"bul.w',1 .!ti|,lvci,.,nhi„gl.vlw„,„„i  '" ,il''K'"'1"1", ".',","',K "'' ""I""'";'"'"
"'   -;' , ,,   ,  1'.. 111   .1   I Iii 111" nuncr.-il   uu iislcv  u   lie  Pro.
ivsl  iissllleil   thul,  belnre pnsaliilv lbe !   .
i'liii ofaiiolher vear, uiinl her such triul    ,„, ' .   .        , ,    .
,, ',   ,. . be nssi,iinl um nf  iivrrholile   IV 111
|u,ll|ey are now taking will iiocassailiv   „   .    . ,  .   ,
,  •    ,'   1 1    1        ,11 ,   •',• 1 uiriii'is not necoliiir   In    Irilish   Co.
Ill vi' In be   in,nle   iulu   llns ilislncl. it , .     ,   ,       ,
luiiibiii. II bus I .ecu observed nnilsluil-
llaily (exeepl Sunday) between Spo*
kiiiie nnd N'urlb|>iicl.
Tci-weekly   bc'.wccn   N.iallipurl   ami
Nelson,
BOIXCI NU11TII                     OOINU HU1JT1I
11:110 a. in MARCUS 2.2(1 p. in.
On Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Stit,ui'iliiys,tiiila
ivill run Ihi'ungll tu Ni'lsiiiMirrivingul ii:ii|i.iu.,
makingclosooutinoctioil wilh llu:stun r.\'ol-
suii I'm- Kiislu uml nil luke puinls, at'l'lvillg ul
Kiislnui !i:ii;i p.ui. mime days, uoturuiiig, pie,
Bongurs will fonvo lake puinls uml NoIbuii on
Muudliys, IVi-ilni.s lays nml l-'i-iiluys, itrrivingni
Spuluuic samo ilny.
Passengers fm- Kclllo lilvor ami lliuiniliii-.i
Creek (*onnoc( ul .Murclis uilli slag'bon Mine
ilnys, Wiincsiliiys, Tliiirri'lnys, uml Criiluys.
Kur THAlb CllKBK MINKS iiuuiuit ul
Norlliporl ivilh singu liuii daily.
l-'ur Nakiispiiiul Itovotstokocoiuiecl al Norlli
port wilh limit Wednesdays and SnituiinVs,
nugl/llf
1895. - VZRJMOjS .J0G;;iY CLUB - 1895.
1 ALL    MKKTINt .
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1895.
I.  Running, 5-Kiu'inng dash, fm-11. C. 2*yoni**old ('nils, funis nf ISUI  $1:111 IU
i Trotting in- I'oolng, 2.tu cln-s  ?aKi nn
3.  fliiiiulng,OnoMllofloats,it inil  JSII Ml
BOCK IJBEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF HOCK CltKKK.
H.   Fitton*dx>ig>b.,   Mg-x-.
KlItS'l'-CLASS    ACIIIMMIIDATION    POR   Ql)JJ8T8,
GOOD STABLING
»l'-,xi'(illciil Kisliini;on Kottlo ltlvor.JH!
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
II. KEYES, Prop,
(loud Aeconnnoilaliiin,
Hest liiipuirsanil Cigars,
l''ii-st-('|.iss,Slabliiig.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
FOR SALE
R. N. TAYLOR,
ey   l-a   1)11 ry  lllulsels   "" n-in-v-c, inc ucai   mnisu  iicciii-   ~, , ,    .
liiel'ui-iilliMHilcn.-iy,  i-eui-i's of aiii-ifernus  pyrrliolilc as a j UlSpePiSltA^   and;
, ,,„,, ,,  ,,,',_' tiniuiiieii'lull.v valuable ure.   This ore is '
Family Gh.eirust
|liey would wish to beeiuuethuroiiglily
(•oniersanl willi a cuiuury i'i|llal uuai-
liail iiiul as i iih iu mil mill I'l'siiiuccs
icd fui- many years in New   York   ami
Pennsylvania where the deposits wore
i,     , n-i.i ,i  xnnllci    ne llleke   cs|icc]ii   v.    Again
anil trade possllilliiles as I lie one whieh     '     ,, ,,  ,,        ,'    ,      I
, , ,i   • I ie weil kiinwn Sin lurv  i cunsiis  uf*
isiil iireseiil engaging llieic 11111.11111111. ,    , , ,
  foul asiiincwbal nniilngiiusiiecuiience.
TiliiNelsunTciliunellnisti'i'iicbi'iKlv     '" "ie light of developnieiil of tiles,
rouiiueulsiuisiiuie of .Mr. .d.viu'sre- l'n""'111  l,l,"l'*>   ''''onoiniu   geolugisl,
piles In ipiesl s put, K, Iiiii. .inenl llle ■ ll"V1' I'l'mni'gulcil I be I Icily Unit the SOLE ACENT FOR
llinllq ei  whicli wia-e piiliH.ueil  pyiiliullDilllls nnl, only nl  least onej^*. Hlllthe'q   Cnllim- m
■i i ■>,, i, n ii,,.,- «■ ifdini'ite, but tlml. Hun ,11,,,-iieis onas' wutne s ooium =
VKHNON, n.c.
A Large Stock of^
QUASSIA CHIPS
AMD
WHALE OIL SOAP
on Hand.
B. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles anil Eyeglasses.
I. Trnlling ur Paolng, Half Mile Hciils, fur II. C. U-yeill-iiUI Colls, (unlsiif ISUI film (111
FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1895.
.-.,  Running, Ilnlf-lllllo Heals, 2 in 3 wlnuor of mllo boat nice lini-i-uil  JUS (HI
li. Trolling or l'ni.|ng.l''i-oo fnr All  JlUjnixi
7.  Ituilllillg, l-inilc hciils, -2 ill 3, fur burses invited iu Yulo district tin days
previous Id oniry  fun no
s. Trolling or Pooing. 'l'tiroe*iiiiniite class  ?iiiIiki
II. Huiillc Unci!, 11 mile, winner taking tlio whole purs.'. Kur liurs.i.s owned
In Fiast Hiding of Yulo  $iiiinii
Wlltl'ICH to C'lOBO III   H p. ill. (Ill   OeliilH-l'   Iltil.    H'oi'   I'licl il'llllICK
Set*   I'l-ojiCllllllliew.
c. O'KKKP'K, I'coHiilciit. A. Cl. PULLMB, Seo'y.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
.   -   -   VERNON, II C.   -   •   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -_-_;_- " PROPRIETOR
THIS   IIOI'KI,   NI'IKIIS   NO   SI'KCIAI,   ItK('DM .M KN DA'l'ION
f-7  1''Ich|.i*I:ihh Ai-ciiniiiiiuliil inn nt   tlio HieiiiitoilH JunOtlllll   Ilinir-i'.'l>H
: MM—.
lhe  nlliimile source of ibe   lullii-
jn uin- Issile nf lbe 2ilib ull. in lbe Inani
|)i   nil iulcl-vietv Willi lite  llleillbec I'm-
Yale-Caiibnii: lllllli'l'lll,     Then line,   wl.eic   in   tills
-lii.,.iswui-iiW um,' nf lh.. above questions, enuulcy we llnil dloi'lle, il Hiilllll be lea
Mr. Miii'iiiiJiniuthnl Ilm ensl uf Uinniullsur.| wnslc nf  liiue   fnr the prospeeloi' 111
lii'iiun the AHhcr.i(i-i'ariiinii rnotoinfuc(11 ox-1 n|sn Inni: fur pyi'l'liulitc or oilier forios1 -
i-.-uf Um .-avium., ilu-ii..:. nml says i. IsiulLf Mle|„!lic sulphides   e.-pecinllv near
hceuisj iii- su'iiia- was ouLabllsIioil n:i,r In ,,      ,  '.,
, .    ,. , ,, ...       ,     u: 11 ,'es nr con ac s ii  llie i inil e,
(jonfcdcmtlnn, ami ono uf Hn sllputiilloiisiif '    ,
tint <:i,mp.i"l was Hull llu'. nulls.ni.-■ „n Ilm      Rw'Hrrl»K   I"   llle  e\ slcllcc   of our
Aaiiariifia^iriiiauriiiii wuild lm iiiiiiilniiinl In-  prcsunieil ebuiii nf (liiirile nulerops it
il'lnbal.vnl Hy- i-.ialralu pill boforo cine  is hardly cnliceivalilc, I'm- physical red-
liloriiiiiin.  [ftbl8BUiloii|oiitiiionooff.ioUtlio s|inS|H1(l|  there* enulil exist any nne
ini'i-catsiil 1'iii-ilnin were more sti'letly lunknl   ,.,      ,. ,, ,. .,   '.
ill.:c nl more I linn a lew nines in e.\-
bia Wire Truss,
I'lie Ugliest and Must IVd'oct Truss in
ibe Marki'l.
ui'ier mul gnnrdod during Hm sessions nf llio
pufori o   llnil    fiauu-l   lho   Articles   uf  "'Ol-   This alum: wniild liilerfere wilh
I'llif.ali.rilU.iu   : Inm I
NOTICE.
nUllLlC NtlTICK IS  IIHIUCIIY  G1VICN,
JOYFUL-NEWS
  -"■■'.^.fciSiitiii'*''
at Ti-irciu,
QKANAGAN 5AWB/IILL,
^s^ kelowna, b. c,
You can now   purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
if.alcriiU.iii Hum Imvu Ihi iiitiircsisiif thu Ihc cnnlinuily and tearing nf a bell, j pCW. c NiJHcK  IS  HMthm   OlVffiN, fi„;,.K;,,,„. .    p.,,,,,)-,    .,,,,1    n,-«...1..„l
,       ,     ,', - .1        n. i'i- uu  iiii-i v u   tie   irnv slims uf Hm   ..       nl hl'l"    L'tlKK   nl    nlllSC    111 Sill 'S        l\0ll"n    ,lll      WeSSLt
vln ■ • '..em -in.-1 l.y Hi: 111:11 scut lo ro|n'o-. Mnreuvcc, lliere exists Hi Ilm wi st of I " Und Acl A iilinonl ActilWllml, nil ur-1tl"   ollltl    Klnus   Ul   " ....'?......,..?..,.........
lanl it iii Hai linusc uf Cnuiiii ms at (iiiuini   .,      ,  „ ,.   ,,,■ „m,.|,,„„   reusuiiJiijiiv*oiii|itioiisor piiroluiBoBoutstand.  	
.....   »» )..i n aiai ci cek nu ai"l "I  cons, iiec-   :,,.,„., uu..'iwi Um „t i,-..i..-,t'i,-v-  i-'r. aru nav. 1        i ,i .  ., I
rW2^CSS,taS «'*• -'-" —• '»wiy (Wi« >v "!   'r?'™ """"'   '' "-'^"'"f! Lumber constantly on hand.
tin uf in.* i..i,iiiu,i s'i-.ui ,u, t,i iiiil's.u •        •**   < i j wilh Inter sl nn llu: uiuinl.I liiiliiiiciint Hi.'rule     ■	
uplive rucks nf uiore reccnl age than  u( six per eont, innuimui. Tliodrstllistalniont,
(111 UXp'IIS.IIIIll Ufll I III'..(('II-. illll llllll ' I-:V,' Illll'
(■on'.rl ailod, llu: s.'|'y!-:c inns: fur ova' nf ei
wnrili; In; i: IllltllllOll ill   111', salllo
I  iiiesiinic  lhe ili.ulle  111  be     'I1,, Ilm   tnlfetlior Willi inluriwl frolll  I'i	
I pnsium   un   uaani   in iii.    iii inc , ,,,(l||.,1M,yi.yu,!„,,,,,.,,,,,i mu
™"fa n.iilli nl' Midway I'm- some dlslanee,  botorotho 111st lloeoinbor, If
•Uf.!, and "nr'- Mr. Mm-.i lo ran his triinnpnr.  t|,|s tnifhvlcf?) lias laken llie I'urin of jucli inyiuiau iuuncdliiiii sua
.1 „,„•.    .„•■ ia   Mums   Imw.ml.l '      ...       . ... . . I fill* lhe ciinaellnll ill uf liny   I
uiliii:- lines, ho
■..Ilia Illilillll.l.
I*Ml-. Mill'il luis ...luaiys (icon a  wiiiiii
(I if.a:  nail   il'.J-.aill"!'  "I   l'.e'')l]lc    Iii-iii
ii  flniv oi- ibick slicct, m liii-ii would moiits conctriiiiigsuch lauds,
niillir.ally precliule lluiliiig any uiiilci-j   populy Coinmlesliuici'of Ijuill
lying in- pre-exist ing niilcii.puf ellher'   Victoria, II. C, 811, A„g„si,l!i-.a.
Orders from Kettle River  District solicited and prices
urnished upon application to
OKANAGAN MISSION,  B. C.
This is a splendidly Itnlshcd llnnsii Ilwiilo
iiiiiI mil, almost now, wiltigou.l sialilo ami uut
buildings, is centrally Inuuto.l in lho rnlloy
and coinniiiiiiis a good trailo. II sliuuls un lu,
own grounds nf I wn ami a half acres iu extent,
nnd isa good invcKliuunl.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
with
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Tills building is tivq utoroys high and alit
in lis own grannd nf half un acre iu extent, and
is in a cotnniiiniling business fntdllbn,  -
Kill! 'I'KIIMS Al'I'I.VTO
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
LEADING HOli'KK FOH
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass,
Vernon, B. O.
:AII orders proniptly all ended tin-
Grand Forks, B.C.
COURTS  OF ASSIZE.
Table Showing the Dates and Plaees of Cotipts
of Assize. Nisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery lor the,
Year 1895.
I'M.l, ARKIZKP.
[Hilii.'ld	
cCamlonpB	
Vt'i'iion	
lyttoit	
so\v WcsiiiiiiiKU'
I'lUicinvci'	
/lctoria	
^iiniiiiiio	
 M(>ndiiv,.'10lhSoplembei
.- Moinlay, 7th October
 '..Mnmliij.Ulh October
i Friday, llth October
..Wedmsalay.liUi November
 Monday, llth Novembor
...TucKritty, 19th Novciiiboi-
....TiR'sday, l»Jlb November ,'?
JI ETEOROLOfl HAI, 11 Willi I'.
Lat Ill  Lung IIS
A Itltude, 1,80(1 feet abovo sea lovol.
■titiiifnll fur week, ll.fill uf an inch.
]'i:.\i|.|:i;.i-rci(i: vou ll'KBK 1CNU1NO   Burr,ii.
.'.la:.. Min
Sepl.'IO    13 :l!l
•• '17  ,;:, :ii
'•   IS    71 117
" ill  ii.". :il
- at  is in
" -2i  si a.
"  '21    lliu II
LOCAL AM) DISTRICT.
Mr. A. J. McDonald, ciisloois inspee-
tni' al Oro, Wash., passed lhrough
Midway oo Sal unlay.
TOBACCO CULTURE
A  GROWING INDUSTRY  IN THE
OKANAGAN  COUNTRY.
The Mission Valley Peculiarly Adnptcd to
the Growth of Tills Plant Tho Industry
Hits Passed the Experimental Stage and
Is Becominn- a Prominent Factor in the
Pcoiii. Account nf the Farmer,
l.'lltlec   enisling    eilciuuslulices   lll-
lemlnnl iipnnlhi-ugricultiunj industry, j
We ace pleased lo be able In report , .v|„....,|,y p is made ililii, nil  I
the gnu luui recovery In lienlth of Mr. to inliki
an ainire living, owing
on lbe caul re. On aecouiilof Ibe roughness of llle the gravel pul oil l.lsl'yeal',
centre nf the streets Iihs heep ignored
liy the majority, the south side being
used iilii'nsl exclusively. If ibis was
j allowed logo nn, lie condition of lbe
Isl reels would never be any hetter Ihan
it i.s al   present, which  is mil very
I gOUll,    Illll    tthell   il    bus   been  slll'li-
elenlly traveled on in heenuie beaten
I down smooth 11 will be n decided ini-
pioveini nl. mi lbe dual iiiiiI mail whicli
! formerly existed.
| llevC. W. (loiilon uf Winnipeg delivered a very interesting iecliur in
ilia I'leslivieiiiin church Monday
evening nn llie subject "Across lbe
r I Alps
MINERAL ACT, io93. f^
Certificate   of  Improvements,
KTCTIOiS.
I'llMCT MlMai.u. I'lil'l.
Siluali. in Cmiiji   H'ttlrvlcw, llauviiu.a  Milling
Division of Vale Distriet,
-TAKK NOTICE Unit I, ,  Slovens, freo
I   inliicrncorllltaitcA'u, ,i5,aiii. Inlcail   in
(In "fn he iinl.- Iiel'ei'f. Iii upplvli, lli.a i a,l.l i
Couunloiionor for n eerlilleaie nfiiilprov i-nts'
for tho |iiii'(i'isi. of obUilnlng a Own granl ui
il.    '
UNDARY FALLS
[BECTOBY.
p W. JAKKS, if. H.,('..M.
BY APPOINTMENT
1    RESIDENT PHVSICIAH TO KETTLE KIVER
DISTRICT,
OFFICE :      :      BOUNDARY FAILS.
!i:r;:^k * ,n,,„,,,„,, boundary falls hotel,
hi,i I,,, scni ui tho Hold Ciiniin'sslonei* nnd I
Roundaiy Falls, B. C.
nml I
ml inn culuinciiicil before llu. Isslauioo ilfniicll
riTlilirnluur improve un .|i!s.
Dnlod Ibis 23rd day of Angosl, IStB.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
a   Wheel.'
In nlleml
Tin
luissi
I were
II real,
Robert Lamlily. of Eiulerby, who re* t(l Ml(. m? |cnv fuicw prevailing in h""*"--1*!'
ecu lly was si i seriously ioilisposed lit tho  hum,, niill'ltel   Inc  inanv  nf the I "''• *'""'"" •Vi»i one of lbe live ('una
-hi
urOfciinngiiii Ip|.]iic|pal articles produced, it is cii-|
dlnii
idenls  win
llle   a   lnill- (if
his ranch uu lhe west
'«ke. | nulrnginglli ii.ile llnil  i 'branch Of  Kw' "" ;l U'"">''']''' PMMOlnjjtlie Swiss
Mr. J. Manley anil Dr. Avery came the business is at, any rale pieced be-1 A1IIS| "' Unjir eoursu.   The- reverend
over from (Icaml Forks ycslecilay ami j ynml llie experiinenlal slageanil  iu a
ililenil bulking over the milling camps. I fair way cf becoming a very prominent
while Mrs. Mauley ami Mis Avccy anil fneluc in   the  profit acciilllfl   nf  lbe
sun are paying ii short visit in Mi. and
Mrs, PnhniTStuii.
The building wliieli up to I ho presenl
lias si'i-ved the purpose of olliees, anil
which stands near llie wbarl nl Pen.
tictnn, is lining thoroughly leoovaleil,
in fact almost reliuill, anil wjll be in
future occupied as a ilwclling house hy
thetigenl, Mr, 11. ti. Scudding.
There has been snme talk of organizing ajglec club in Midway; when the
fact wis innue known, a local wag
strongly insisted upon llie advisability
of lhe Immediate organization of a gun
club, the object of which should be to
deal suininui'ily wilh lhe midnight
'owls.
Mr. H. B, Walker Intends to add
another charm to tlie Penticton land*
scape, liy building a residence uf great
arcliileelucal beauty upon tlie luwusilc.
The material fur the building is now
being bi-uuglil fnnn Keliiivna by
steamer, anil wurk ivill hecoinincnci'il
at. once.
Il iscui'i-enlly i-iimoicd llnil. Mr. T.
EIII3 of I'enticlon lias purchased the
Haynes estate properly, bill whether
such is llie case or not cannot lie
definitely stilted. The fuel that the
hay crop opoii llie estate is lieing line*
vested by him, may lm considered lu
give color lo the statement,
His Excellency lbe Karl of Aberdeen
hllS I cell) lly Instil I,umbel of Valuable
I'm nice, ur special grower, viz., lbe
cultivation of tobacco,
A few yearsngo, before lie ailvenl
uf the ni'W-ciinier, a tlepai'liilu Iron,
the general routine uf growing wheal
would be leeeiied wilh u gond deal uf
scepticism, and all kinds of doubt ami
fear would be eiitci'tuincd foe ihe success of any industry having for its object, the production nfcrnps other limn
lh nan to which lhe conditions of climate ami soil were considered peculiarly adapted.
Thanks, however, to the advenl.iu--
(iii8 ones, among whom might lie
classed His Excellency the Earl of
Aberdeen,, the result uf actual experiment wilh crops such as imps,
Iniiiatoes, tobacco ami many of the
varieties of fruits ami vegetables, each
and overy day i.s it being clearly
demonstrated In lhe breaking down of
set nud antiipiiitcd ideas, lhat nnl
alnne in any one line uf iigciciilliu-e
may lhe average fanner seek the
greatest amount of success, but by tile
combining of stloh branches lis dairy"
ing, fruit growing, liog raising, etc.,
together with Uinsealiiivccniuuci-atcili
may Ihe must pi-iililulilc results beob-
laiiicil. 'Ibis being laken inlo consideration, it is pleasing lo liuii: as it is
Instructive, lo witness lhe result, uf the
effurts of such men as Messrs, Collins
,'.- Iliiluinii, Brown, Uruzler ami others
f I he Mission valley in llie culiivnlinn
horses, in less llian live having been j„f (lp. tobacco plant.
destroyed.  Two were smothered in a
cac oo lbe ('. 1'. H., Iwo olhi'is i:: a
stable w libh » ns bullied on IlieOiid*
stream ranch, ami lhe llfIh while wurk'
ing suddenly di-uppcd (lend.   This i>
truly ii chnplcr uf iiccldeuts lo llu
equine species,
A line new bai'll is being creeled anil
now Hearing cnuiplclinn nuCnid.slleant
ranch, near Varnpu, biking the place of
tl ne Innccil (Inwi: lasl apiiug.    II i:
List year Mc. Ilnlnian, a native of
Michigan and a ihiiii nf large experience iu tobacco i'liii tlm in ibal state,
ilelcrinilicil.sii ciinyllici (I wus he of the
iidaptiibiliiy of the soil mul climate, tu
make lhe experiment uf raising an
acre nr Iwo, and although late star'illg
in I lie spring, Ihe results were so gi-a lining and sn entirely salisfaetory that
he decided lu make lhe necessary
I'repaiailinna fnr a thorough pi'usecu-
genllemiiii dehveied his lecture iu a
highly pleusing nnil eiilertniuiug innu
iiec.niiil being possessed of n very line
toilill' voice, inlecspersed his leclliru
with several popular songs lu guilnr
uccoinpiiiiiincut. Perluips th" musl
interesting pari of tliu lecture wus the
trip lluiiugli llcigiiini. iu winch Mc.
(biiilnn described lho many points of
Inleresi visited, aiming them llie
famous field of Waterloo. Mr. Oanip-
bell, secretary tu his excellency the
governor general, kindly consented In
give a recital inn, which be did iu such
a pleasing style that an encore was demanded,
 4 . 4 .
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. Bosshart has .-1111111111111(1(1 lhe
Alio, in Providence camp, and Ihe
claim has been re-located by Mr. Wood
of Armstrong,
Geo, Hani, one of Canada's best
known newspaper nle'n, is visiting tile
minas nf British Columbia in lbe
Interest of English newspapers,
It Is reported that a deposlb of lire-
brick day has been discovered near
Midway, This should prove of greul
value in the event uf lliecslnlilisliincnl
uf works in the district.
Neil Bemjett, who has been on a
long prospecting tone, relumed on
Tliiiisilay. lie says he passed lhrough
avery bun-en, desolate country, ami
failed In lind anything worth locating,
A SOO-shaff. is In be sank un the
Sleiiiwiiider, and three shifts of men
ace lu lie kept coiislaolly employed ou
this work until its couiplutiou,
Three Chinamen ate trying their
luck placer milling iu Buiindiiry creek,
it is more .Hum pipliable thai, lhey
W ill make good wages, despite llu* fact
thai while men lime recently ahum
tinned lhe nllcnipt as useless,
a inngi.iliconl liilldiugof ils kind, I lion uf the business lids spiing, Willi
enpiihleof housing a Iprge number uf 11 his cud in view, suitable lands were
slock uml large (puiujlticanf hay and pi-cpai-cd, easy of access und upon
grain, and its capacity und appearance which nn efficient sjsit-in of Irrigation
arc iu keeping wjlh lbe propoi-tiousof
the estate upon whicli if is built,
From mi niilliniiliilive suiltce lbe in-
fiiriiinliuii isg'ei il llnil IriilHc, lnill.
passenger nml freight, un the sl en nice
Aberdeen, plying nu Okaiiiignn lake,
has slc.iililv been iinprnvingiliiring lhe
past two or three innnilis, the receipts
aggregating very respectalils amounts.
If tinder the present gn-as-ynu-plcns.
could be carried oul. Hot beds won
planted, Ilm soil prepared with great
cue, ilm planls set out with a due re*
gnld lu I heir i-upiireuielils as lu space
etc., constant cultivation during the
younger stages uf llie plants, a watchful supervision ever on lbe elert lo delect lhe presence nf the plant's greatest
enemy in this country, that pent, tin*
ciilwocm, lopping, and at last the hai*
system, such results can be obtained,, "'slingand gathering in of the crop,
what could not be done if a good live ! S'"'1' '" )" il'f '.8 " sk.''idl."'' '".''. "nli"
policy nf pushing oul for tl'ildo wen
adopted,
Tlie shooting season opened, uml
bang, bang, was heard upon every
side and In every locality, aud as a
consequence the result, was many tine
lings of game by local iiiincuds. Vow,
however, may expect during lhe season to excell the pecforniance of one of
Pentietun's noted spoils, who, after
a day's tciiinpingand li-iidginglbi-iiugh
inoiir and feu, returned laden with, he-
sides other game, Ihree line wild geese.
Upon displaying lbe contcnls of Ids
bag to a crowd of eager onlookers,
some one wus heard lo exclaim that
the shot lie used must have bud a very
sharp edge to clip lhe wings of lhe
geese so  niially.   linuiigh said.   We
icy routine followed iu ihe cultivation
of Hm plant. Ami lhe result? Well,
in llle case nf llie abiivi'-iuenliuiicd
liltu nf Collins k II"I.nan, the resull
would have to he seen to ho thoroughly
appreciated. Suffice it to say, however, Hint lo aecninniiidnlc the pi-u-
iliict uf aliiiiit eight acres, a di-iyng
shcil hnd lu lie luiill uf a length of: 1115
feel.by40feet, and in Ibis is stored
two licrs deep and live tiers wide,whal
will undoubtedly be, when propoily
curcil, lhe lines!, crop of tobacco over
grown iu llriiish Columbia, and wc
hardly hesitate to say almost iu any
other country where attention is paid
to the cultivation of the plant, And a
crop like this should have lhe effect ol
bringing I he fuel prominently lo public
..,,,.. ,        llnil nut alone mc lhe vullevs nl
draw the curtail ily observing thai   ,,   ,., .,  ,,   ,.    ,.       ,\
,,    ,,   . .11       ,      ,       lhe Okaniigan suitable for the cultiva-
llle clipping must nave been done bv a   ,.       ,,,    ,       ,.   .,     ,.
lion of llie bop, fruits nl many vai-ic-
slmt or a shear—waste of words arc
Ihese.
Tlie result of the lirst cm- shipment
of mixed fruits and vegetables frum
tile Okanagan Mission valley in points
in tlie mountains and the NurtliWest,
having been considered ns (airly satis-
factory liy those hiking IM active part
iii limling a market fin- Ihe surplus,
produce of the farms, il was decided lo      I'''. Morris arrived Inline nil Friday's
tics, Vegetables and cereals, but us w
fpr toliucco, uml if only given a proper
lest, fuc many another brunch of agriculture other I nun Ihu most laborious
niiirlgnge-encnuriiging une, nf raising
wheal.
► • *t
VERNON NOTES.
Arthur ii. Hughes lYoiliiou Ynursolf,
Any una knowing tlm ivhotmbouts uf Arthur
Edward Hughes, a unlive uf Liverpool, ling-
ina 1, wouldeontji-n favor upon bis frlon-is m
li.iuiu, us ii'si uiiun himself, if tlioy would
!t"(|u;iiiitliini of lho fact that owing to thoduath
ofnn unelo, lilsprosjiuo is required ln tho old
country lu administer tlio estate. If unnbtu In
iiinko Iii.-: wny homo, by sending u loiter lu hia
slstor, .Mrs. Lisclior, Iti East Elglitoentli slrcoi,
Now York, lie would l'ocolve full pnrtiuu nrs.
A lollor from his brother lo the Roy. .Mr.
Qi-oon of I'onliciiin. slates thai whon lust hoard
from llughos was working upon a (aim ul Hu:
Ukaiingnn .Mission, and wus contemplating
taking a trip tntn tlio Kottlo lilvor district.
(iooil iStuliling.
(,'. ntrally Located Stopping Plaoi  lor Tina.-. DIHerent Rlage Lines.   No
Cci'tlflento of  Iiiiprovenieiits' Troliblo or.Expanse Spa    . to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class am! Charges Moderate.
NOTICE,
Kvo„ii„,,.M,sn,M..a„'i      Best tails Liquors gdiI Dkm
Sltllnto   III   laeenwiiiiil   Culnp,    Kellle   River ' °
Mil.ins I'ivisu.iiiif Yule lllstrlel, Ii.l.
TAKE NOTICE Ihal wc lloui-y Wliilc (roc
iiiini-rsci'i-iiilc.iii. v.,..■.;:«.'l.-ai!, ul M,
"oiler, .1. Slevciia. free lllile r a ccrllllcatil N'n.
mii'H M. IV. I'ul rsiiin. i'ii- inliicr'sm rllllciito   i  m.
Nii.lHKiindC.J. I Ii-.fn inn., cerllll    \Jt
.ui.. No. S7II74 inn.ml, sixly it,is Ir Uu. ilm..
Iioi'iinf, liiuiiply in i lie H.!-l Cniiiinliifiliinorfiiru
cerllll .i.i ol linpi'iivomenls, for .a. purp ise i f
oblaiiilugii Crown granl' f liionluivocialin.
Ami liii'lhcr lake niillco. that adver Inlirn.
 -i bcsenl m Hu-ia.IU t'nminlsslmie|.anil ne
Hun ran need bcdirc il.e i* ........  nl   n.li
icrlill,'llle uf iiiipi'iiii'iniiils.
Iinli'd Ibis lllli day of Angiisl. I DA.
n - "■' "^'^ r ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for  Miners   Supplies.
A IIOOIl STUCK OK
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Ceililienli' of Iniprovcilioiits,
NOTICK.
Tin: XcMiuut Sr:vi:.\ Mixkimi.Claim,
Sltuiitoln Conlml Camp, Kettle Illver .Mining
liivisiuiinf Vulu Hisiriel, Urlllsb Cuiambia.
TAKE NOTICE tliat ive, Jnnicu Schotlold,
I'l-i'i mini l-seerlilleul.. .Nu. ,i,-|,L7l nml  Kil-
m..ml kofovro, free nilnerlcerllHmloNo 85284,
Intend, sixty days from the date iici-i-nf, in ap-i^.
ply to (he Bold Co iBslaner for n cerlillcate   HjiPCin   llr(\< Cl
uf inilii'.iiinii'iils, fur lhe (iin(ins,, nf oblilinlliB     I     (Ni*,    ITi'illjA
ii Crown grant of tho abovo ciaim. XtLliUU   Uo».iH
Qrocerics. C!o':l\ir\g, Boots and 5Koesf
foWtJer, Etc,
b'KCI.'IVIall THIS WEEK A I.AIKIK SUPPLY OK
Ion's and Women's Shoes
And fwlliwtako.nnltoo, Uml ndverno cli
inust-lioscnl tolIio'Gold L'tiiinjilrwioiiwrtiul lie-
lion I'Dimnciicdl liciViv lho i«jimiico vi sucli
ocrlifleiitoof liiiprovuinciitH,
Dntcil UiJs 30th dny of ,hily, UC5.
lais, Ei
('tilers Taken for .All Kinds nf
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CONKLE& DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK, B. C.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Cerlificnto  of   Improvements.
NO TICK,
TiiBji'j.-niiMixKii.ii.ci.u.M.
Siluali: in Siinniiil Ciunp, Kottlo Hi ver Mining
Division uf Yali. i'is.i-i.1, ((. r.
TAKE sOTICE Ibnl I, Wlllimn T, Smith,
I free ininerscoi'titlcato Xo. ii.i.-l, tatoiid,
sixty days from lhoilutu lioroof, to apply lu inc
Hniil Coiiunlssluner forn corlilii.uloiil tuiprovc*
monls, for lho inu'iiusc ufoominiiig u Crown
giitnl uf Ibo abovo claim,
Ami liirlliir lake in,lice that iiilversc ulniiniij       Hates  from  Pcutictnn  In Cilllip MeKililiey,   liuck   Cleek.   11 Id way ami
Uanoninnmee^ ""''simi! ! Boilllllliry   Kails,  two cents |ier pollutl fill' I wa, Hills or under,    Mlll'CllS In MIU-
certincato of linpruveiiienls.
tailed this Slh day of August, IHI5.
way, the same rate,   Marcus lo (iiiinil Prniric one cent pec pound,
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTICK.
Oi.p laossiuEgMiSEiut Claim,
siinnicinGi-ocmvoodCiinuvkotiioiiivci'ijii,. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
n , .iiasujii11 inlo iiisuni, H. i.i.
'PAKE M.'l ICI-I ll.nl wc, llcnrv Wliilc, fric
■" '*,Keliitoof .11.
Special Rates for Larg-e Orders ancl Ore Contracts.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
' j '.\i\Vi .Ml I'i I. II,ill \
1     iniiiti'St!i)i'tf: ."iLi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
Hotter, J. SlcvtiiF, free minora cirtifhnto No
.Vi.ii'i, ,'*i. \\. i'ii.ni rMiji],l'r-cni,i.i'-scfi'ii:iniic '
no.uJ.V i'.n '. t. „, ijinitl/, free iniii'.rs uji'tilt-
£ori'oj0ff "" ^°^ ^rown Without Irrigation.
IVo;;;;;!;;?'^'/^!!^^;!;;^! /(^-^oCHi'Air;/' Ail Trees Inspected Before Leaving- the Nursery
And furtlioi' lake notioo, tliat ailvcrao claime
iiiiicit )ju kluiL lo llio (Iold Co.uiiiii sit, iur uml nr-
tlon oominoiiood bufuro Ujl- iftMtiuoo of mioli
eorttflcnto oiiiiiin'ovomcnts.
Datod tlila Ulli day of August, 1*3)5,
iiuikc a second sliipnii'iil nf HMotliqr
carlo mi, which was apcotdingly done,
t\w produce leaving Ki'lmviuidii Nnl in-
day Ihi' Mill Inst, If it is cltMi'lv
deinuiibti-aU-d I hat a pt-oIihUilo liusi-
iihss fun  lie  triin.sacli'd  uith  towns
Li'iilii ntrnilipiinlt'tl bv his l.iidc The
doctor is nmv lnwy nfi'plvingtho con-
griiLululiuna ol' his Irictids
Hon. ,1. A. r!i;i|i]rau, liciilcn.-nil
govcrnoi' ol' tjiii'licc, paid Vernon a
visit on Saturday ami was Miu ^ucs', ol'
along th;e line of the U R H., sn.cly j |tiN excellcn.v tin- K"vcri.o,-K,.„mil.
the nexl slep lo he taken wili he to at
Ruwovtiil to thf Hospttul,
Tl»o inany frloada of Mr. Lysons (mid in llu;
rtlatricl in wlilch In; Uvea and is known all uru
Biioli to ono so genorally liked nnd rcBpoctcrt)
wlllboglad to licar Uinl. Uu'ough thu lustra-
niL'iiiiilily iniil kindly ndvioo of llieir oxcolloii-
olos iiii! Kni'l iind CoantesH af Aboixlbon, Iiu hns
ciinscnlod ! i bu poiiiovorl from lii« homo til Bun-
voulin to lliu Kamloops hospital for troatmoiil-
Thu enst'is one whicli elicits n great deal of
sympathy, not only on nccounl of Un; patient s
ngoaml character, but owing lo lho fuel Ihal
liiH Injuries, which two of an interim] nature,
woro reeoivod whiio co^u^od in u friendly game
of football, lie linying Inkou part ina mali-li
played at Kolowna InatHprimc, Tho only hope
|mssi!ilr lo lm enu'i'lniiii'd is lhat his ronovory
In honlth niny bo Bpoody and llio citroa \tvr-
IllilllUlll nni1.
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A Splendid Crop.
A inftrbmngnitlcoiil crop tlmn thnl rooontly
litrvuitu.l on Sir ArthurShpticy's ranch In
S|iallninchucn could hardly hu realized, for bo
side i-'iti inns of wheat, thero was grown KUtoiis
uf outs, 5.) tons of barloy, nndU5'J tonsofjiay,
logothorwithnInrgpjimmbor of tpti's,of roois
of iliilci'i'iil kinds, (JpllBlilorillg tli;) niiiniicr of
yonrs this land lias boon iindor cultivation, the
proflonl year's produce epoalca voIuuior, nol
only of tho thorough.mminer in which H miiRt
Imvii been fnrnloil, bul also fur Ibo oxtronio
richness of tho Hoil,and Ibo oxeclloiil climnte
which nllowa for Lholngntliorliigof siichbountl-
fiilcrti]isina perfocl condition.
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|ii-i'iiclicil ill lliu Pri'sliylci-i.-iii cliiii-cli
Sunday uun-iiing. There was nu scr-
vici' iii ilie cvciiiiig, Ale. H'ilsini hulng
atyay in tin: Mission,
Hay. ,1, ti. Tliiiiii|isiiii|iii.nclii'ila vecy
alilcscruiiin in ilu: Mctliiiilist church
Suiitlny cyi'tiliiKon the sulijcct, "The (ffl
lure the inarki'ls of lliu mining loiviis | innnilliiliii! Couiicil." Tlieru heliig no j ^
«-itliiii their reach, anil the snnnec thi i wrfire in Un- I'resliyleriun cliiiccli, lhe jr.-,^
Irulh is Inline ill u|ion tliciu anil lhey I'liugregnliun tvas unusually large
tiicklhe Ivinitiiiiay iu irkcl.-i, uinl liy per-
sislent elt'iut cap'iire at least a lair
share of llie I mile which at present is
lieing dune through othec uml alien
elinnuels. The success nni] prosperity
of the agriculturist anil horticulturist
of the upper Oknunguu depends tn a
great extent iipuu their aliilily lu cap-
ra     .1. s. DONALDSON
I CHEMIST & DRUGGIST ffl
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\§ VEIINON, B. C. ffl,
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A Call Line of.
Drugs
Patont Medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses, &c.
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MINERAL ACT, 1893,
Coi'tidciite  of   linpr
SI'OK A N I<:    I'' A I. I.S,
1'. <). Ilux 582, W'nslliijy l<ii)
1893.
 AJ.SPBOLE'SEXPRESSS1
NOTICE. fti.ftftjt...   :  ft,ir-,•-:.■£
Tll|.:l';.MM.lMlN|.:.:u.ri..ilM. .
Sltllnto III SiuninltCauiii. Kottlol.tt-ni'Mliitnif Will   IctVC   I t.'lltlClOll    /   it. ill.   CVOTV   1 UUSdilV,    1 IllirstlilV   lllld
UlvlsIO ' Vlllulliallii'l, H.i'. • . .   .      . ' ' .
-TAKKnoticktiiai i. vviiiin.nl t. siniiii.-JSiitiii'clay, arrivinij iii Fairview i p. in., and Om, Washintjtoii,
I    live iiiiui'r.x eerlilleaie No. iitHi, Ililenil     ,■■'■-,
;t'.j';!»^''i''',jill"''1,liil''l''''''!f.''' y ■ the s;,nn: eveinnp-
i,uin tlnninilHiiIonor forn ceriilieuie ,,i linin-nvn- * •
inellla. tin-liii! IlllI'llOHO uf   Illll,lill
Ki'iim uf llio nliovo olnlm
OS-O^KIG-  HOKTH
.•linifiu-iii.i-iiikeiuiiicciiiui niivcrsi! ciiiiina'uill Itavc Oro, WusliiiiL'ton, 7 a. m., Mondays. Wednesdays
ll'll lie aenl III Hie Mllilllj-  Itoiuu'itor,   Iiiul   in-! '                                          -
li'ineiinunenceil iiefiil-e  llu:  injuillleo of Hllcll   ...,,] 1,-,.;,!.,,-^    ,-,,.,,.lii,i,,.    |.-.,it-,.|,.,,'     il     ii    ■,    m     ,-,iiuw.|.|inir   u'lrl-i
noi'tlltcaloof liiiiirovoinenui.                           '*"*' ( IHIilia, tcicillll^   I .III \ K. \V   ,11   II  ,1.111., connecting   Willi
SS. Aberdeen ami S, & O. nml C. I;. Railways.
Duleil IlliKSlli ilny uf Annual, V.'Xi.
MINE11AL ACT, 1891.
Ci'i-lilieiile of Iliiproyoillcnts.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
Kiiiviaiiniuivn,,.iiiani,-,.,,.,.. O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Pboprietors.
-rAKKMiTiriaiiiiiii, wiiiium t. sinitii.       Manufacturers of All Kinds oi' Carbonated Drinks, Including:
I     trciiliuii.Tseirlilleiili.  Xo, ill*,  ililenil °
u-eiiiiiij-Bfro !iiuti!iii.i-...if,i.i!i|.|ii)-tu ii. Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club hoda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
I'll ,'..I'l   I   -..,.. ,.!' i „,.... °
NOTIOE.
Tut: Stkiuvimieu Mi.vuh.il I'i.iiii
-ilililliiul Hreeiiw I ('Willi Kellle Kiver Mil,
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
I iulll ('iililliliaaiiniiT |,,|.|| eerli|i.,ui,|||ii,i|,|.|,i
iuoiiIh, fui' llio inu'iiuHti uf ouUliliitiK a rrmvii
Kt'iini uf llio abovo olnlm.
•Illll flll-l till- lilke lliilie.', Hill iclliise clnlniH
muni li".ani inilie Hniil I'm isstnnoranil ue-
liiill eiiinui iienl liofotu   llie   IS. Ulliee   u(   sueli    „ _. .
"iiiii.ii!..i,iiui|iiie.em nu. Hnsjiuerry, fttrawucrry, ili'tjiiijc,  niicipiilc,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
illllClilllls.illlilllVlif .\lljjll.-l. tali.
FOR S.VI.I'.
IX TIIK IIKST LOCALITY ns  1*11K VKH
1   MIN Tnvinaile. n leu Here null llllll •«•••
lulKtOlttiorforuiilliliiigor'inititi.tiii
A]i(ilj-iil lliln olllco or to
V. .Mild AN MKVKIt,
VlillSIIS. Ii.l'
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
and titini Syrups.
Write for
Prices.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
NHERlinOOKE, QUEBBO.
DO . OU (10 H 71NTIIVC ?    Wanufacturncs oi
r, ttkmmsm* :{0a DIilLLS AND AIR C0MHHESSORS'
v      " r-^'P* I" All Particulars the Best.
I.:■»"•'        \]     0" COURSC
V",a wrt. buy a r.fARUN.
wIXAU-SH ^^::i
]t:;aiii.o;„UiJ|i--i'jruiL'-.':Jon.
1:( li'ctifiithoiitilt! -C'oiiv-i'.iirnco.
lllart»litffcl3li*>-Comfo«.
Ii' nr tlio IIAiuua Bnrrol—AconVAoyi
ll liuii finieiit puria  :?iiiii>licity.
>n : forcompllltO CHWIoriio, free.  S|mji;|.i| nnclc
of cards fur 19 cun-jg.
THE JY1ARI.IN PRE ARMS CO.,
Now Haven, "'.mn,
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net. upon il, tlio hetter I'm* IhmiiBelves
und the eiiniiuiinilj- of which they nre
ineniliers,
ii
The t'liiineil IllfVO put nlislriietinns i gta.
on the sides of the streets in order lo|'S'(
funipel cai-riiiges and ivngnns In drive' 'l/;'
Mall   Orders   Pr       .a.:
Counlry    "ill   i.a 11
Pr  a t Attention.
Lowo
FOR SALE
180 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
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Wi. D   l'li'l a   . "I     'IX inilea frum I'lilnn .M
ft        ' $#$$§'*"'
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A{<\''  ADVANCE OFFICE.
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Special Comiiro;,-
sors driven by
I'LLTON       WATER
WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-srtnlt, es-
peclullyadiiptedlop
'I'ih/.ifii: the power
of mountHin steams
as shown In   illustration.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. ri-li.'   MiMIMP   Nt-.'WQ'11""1''   Unless all indications are at
f,lL   ililnllNU   INLVViJ   Iniill, lhe cninp will Lee • u pciilnc
j ing nne with more developinenl.; the
OF  the   PROVINCE   FOR   THE| work on tbo clftii.isli.ia lieen thomugb
p.,-.™   u/rrw JllH' "ysti'HiuMi',   Tin' piotliiot can In1
i cji.sily in.ii'Ki'U'il, llio camp 1-ning but a
I Hhort distance fi'om transpoitation,—
A ;Correspondent of the  Western   Mining1 Western Mining World,
World on the Osoyoos Lake Country
Tho Lo Koi Pay  RoH   The  Hall  Mines
Company's Returns From Two Smelters
Phconlx a Promising Proporty,
J.McNICOL
nt    at    at
ft    ft    ft
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Etc.
A Full Line of
All Sizes.
HA   Si   H.i
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MIDWAY, B, C.
Send Your Order to
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Floor and Pood, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $53
an acre, wall Improved.
Lspniu & Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
The I.c lini has the largesl pay-roll
in the Itnsslanil camp, employing 97
men.
There have heen I,lilWelniins recorded
In Rosshinil shire lhe 20lh of March
Ihis year,
Prof, I anics mis in Hi Fslfilld Insl
neck ai 'laugh -g fnr 'J> lone of me with
which In iiinke a Ih.al expi iin.cut 111
Ihe Use nf his mail pi i ui as fill' Illcl'X-
I ruction uf gold.
David ll. Dnglu has sold IheRossliinti
Miner to John II. Reeves, Mr, llngle,
I hough ii yiinngjourniilist, Is certainly
line nl lhe tihlesl writers in the west,
especially mi mining nud liunucinl
i|iicsliiins,
The Hall mines recently ,hlp| rd li"
lens of me mil i.f ils wiiiehnuse lu the
t'nitcil Slaies. Hull' nt I he shipment
y usai nl Iii Ncwaik, N, J., HI il hull' In
liiitte.   The lugs nf ore were weighed
In lens u I ll Illll ll'lllely ilia* alllllll In
lhe lean ilccllcls. T|:c freight lule In
lilllle is f,8, In KimiiiI. Hi'; Ji| llie
li tin us In lu liullc  vi IC fll(l| Cf Illll
leas than iliii.-c I'liini Newark,
Word laisciiinefrciiiilitleuiitsiiiirces
Hint the pending ileal nf an Ini el est, in
the Slctiin Slur properly has heen cnn*
naninalnl. Tie uilc wns liy Sinilll of
Milwaukee, of his interest in Nliuue.li-
iicssy and Hilars uf lhe C. P. It. cum*
piny.at lhe fatu uf $l1IKK),0COfiil' llle
eniice properly, Whether tlie transfer Is nf niie-third ne two-thirds of the
Whole pioperly is nnl knnwn.
In ilie southwest mineral hell nearest
lhe town nf linsslanil lies Ihe Phoenix,
a must promising cluim. Last lunulh
It wns sold In Hpiikaiie part ics, who organized the IMucnix Gold Mining cum.
puny, which, uu lhe iii III insl., cum.
Iiicnced work nn the 20-fnnt shaft,
which is shnwing a well ilcllucd vein uf
ncc, assaying !|i2 in tiili) in gold and a tn
31 per cent, in copper, The ore is of
such good grade Uial it is ex peeled sufficient, ure will He mined In make a
shipment within lhe next (KI days.
Frank Watsiin and J, H, Horrlsare
owners of n very promising claim, lhe
Indiana CuiisolitliiU'd, This cluim is
located tin Red mountain, 'jhe hilgi
is 25 feet w hie un llie surface, 21! I'i cl. ni
which is similar tu the outi-iop oi the
other Entslnnd pipeiliiP, aitlDfict
nf nre running high in sum i. 'il.e
lowest nsiny mr.de was 111 in iissllter
and $5 in gnld. and the highest 2.2
niinces silver in tl IjilS in gnld. '1 he (hid
is rcuiarkalite, as no ore villi iliuili.i-
chntact eristics litis yet Lecii iil.toveud
ill the eamp,
A geiilleiniiu whn has just returned
fi'iiiu lhe Osnynns Lake counliy iu-
fni-iued your representative nf a strike
made early this summer un Kitigi-r
Iniiuniiiin. Ilesuys, The format lop is
.similar In that nf trail Cleek, The area
nf the lull in whicli lhe me routes lo
the sill-fate is nut very huge; iutu-sec-
linns of hind would rover It. 'llle ills-
trict has nn elevation nf nhiuit 1,71X1
leet nnd is 7nu feet ahove the lake,and
lies in a scniicirciilnc Imsin. 'IheFur-
taalina dips under lhe miiiuiliiln
nnil appears nn the Sluillkiiiiieeu. The
croppiiigs of the \ tins aie a lcililish
Ipiarlz, The Indications ate Ihal the
Veins are sluing, as lhey cnn he traced
Hi ■ e.iaiiv length uf the ulitiim nn lhe
S.l.-.'l-a. T.VO ne llle,a* cl.iini: slilltv
large Indies uf |yi ihnt inc. K.vn pi tlie
Ihtecclaimsluitiliumd ilu* ci-uppiugs
are \iiy naiiow, The (iold Lust is
owned Ly Eugle and Keller, and is une
uf il.e List Ini a III is. ll I ns fuur
parallel veins ttuiciiltle the cnllre
h llglll, lhe ci-ii] | Iny is inm slnimd
Ipiurl'/,. Tile development i niisisls nf
ii Hi fool shnfl sunk in heavy Iiiiii cap,
with blilngci'S nf ore dnwn lluuugl),
The win kings aie nuw in snlid ure
limuing well in gnld and toppec, An
open cut nn lhe smaller lends slums a
streak of oro llliccfcelln widih. When
i peueil un lhe siiifuie thews nre ihule
12 In IS ini Ins >n w Idlll, caliyllig 21
per cent, cupper and $-1,411 in gold, Tile
i.ake View, owned Ly Spokane pin-ties,
lies nni'lii ami niljiiiua the Onld Dust,
liuii luis u wonderful showing, The
owners lime crosscut, lhe lead in
several pieces and have nnl found llie NoaUy Repaired.:_..
wells in nny dlrceliun,   'Hm ni-e I'lllis J, Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
825 In gold and 12 per cent, copper      K
lhe Aniiciinilii iiiljuins lhe diil.l IHisI , x        v
nn   the east   ami  is owned Ly I). J., BUTCHERS,
Nickersnii  anil   nlhers.     II. has   two!
BY + THE +  WAY
do you need a Straw Hat ?
All our Straw Hats go at
exactly HALF-PRICE. It is
below cost, but they must
go to make room for
NKW coons
HAVE x YOU x ANY
idea how cheap you can buy
from us ? Come and see :
$1.25 hat, now 60 cents ;
45 cent hat, now 20 cents ;
20 cent hat, now 10 cents ;
15 cent hat, now 5 cents;
A few left trimmed with
®— FLOWERS.—§
S,   A.   S 1! ATKO K; I),
DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY,
V E K* NON.
The Only Store In the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
In DRK88 GOODS wo have an immense iwsorloiant, with all the [patent Trim-
mtnga to match.
In MILLIXKItY we avt> sine wv can plnine you, as wc havo a fhsi-class
inilliiiiM', ami can irive von (he latest in those goods at miees never !*«•
fore heard of,
Our DUK8SMAKER htu bod Iwffo experience nl lho biwlneaj, and u perfect 111 it*. Kuumntccil
providing you wind lhe correct measure.
Remember wo carry ovcrytlifiigtliatn Imly retiufroR, and nut wive ymi inonoy if you send your
Hitlers tn us. Bondono tinluy and ho ooiivluecd,
TEKM8 CASH Willi UUIJI.H,
QAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
FURKITUBB,
ds-6m VERNON, ll.C.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
A I.I. KINDS 01'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manulactured on lho premises and Kopt in Slock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
Hi
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5 s;
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at less than manufac
turers cost.
ung Vu.,
P.  B.  NELSON, MGR,
pRANK JOYCE
Boot arid Shoe jMaker
MIDWAY, B. C.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order.
Repairing  a  Spocialty.    Harness
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MIDWAY
The    F-u.-t.-u.a£>o
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j Railway, Mining and Agricultural ]|
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APIM.Y TO
I   W. H. NORRIS, .... ru R.C. ADAMS,    ;
Midway, B. C. Montreal, P. 0.
11 mil
at
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II
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kmm&§mmm :$ mm <\ i ^imiiii
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STOVES!  STOVES I
CHATHAM WA60NS AND TBDCKS!
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, p tints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot <;uns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinw.i-.-e, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels ami axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware,     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
-viaxcuiroiu, x*. o.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,  K. O.
AGBICULTUEAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AGENTS KOIt
Brantford § Binders § and ® Mowers
THE BEST IN TIIK MAIIKIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be,, &c.
IVARKHOUSE AT VERMIN.
C. F. Cos'fcearfcoxi., Agent.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $ 12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pres,    HON. (IHO. E, DBUMMOND, Vioe-Pws
E, ti. 0L0UST0N, (Iuxkhai, Manager
SAVINGS   BISLJk.mOH.
RATH OK INTEREST A'l' PRESENT 111 l'ER CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
lli-niii-lii's iii London, Enuj., New Yiirkantl ChiunKo. nudiii nil bbopiluuipnl oitii
iiil'iiiinilii.  BiiyiiiiilSBllSti'i'liii|rEst'liiiiigoiiiitU!iilileTraii»fern. (Ii-iint
I'liiinni'iriiil nml Inn |.||iiig|.|i'ilils,,iviiil:ilili'in:my iiiirtuf Ihu uui-lil.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
VCI'P.C
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VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -        NELSON
bM : (i, A. HENDERSON : Manager.
m
mm
enfeti Livery, M an
The fail Livery
Feed and Sale StaMeS. Good Single and Double Drivers, and
mm
■HH
Having taken over Uin stnLl.'s uf Gallagher & Stoveiison, nml lliorotiglily ovei
liniili'il nnd refitted Hn' pi-oiiiIbob, I .-un prepared In meet the demands
of the inililic.   1 have on liunil u rtiinplete slink nf new rigs,
(iloiilile nnil single) I'm- pillllie um; nml also n gniii1 lot
uf well In-iikeii earringe nml saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see lhe country would do well to call.
Uood Single Drivers,      fif>nf1 nm,w
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
.-losses
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
Good SaddlG Hcpsbs.
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by I'm' week nr month (Lux stalls If desired).
Horses broken to harness, mul horses nnd entile snid on eoinmission,
Dealer in liny mul grain, wholesale und retail,
Cox-nun* 0£* lUifciMio^i. and 'iVoiLHon S-tz-ee-tis
W. GARDNER, Proprietor.
OnimsltoW. II. Uognw's Store,
I'UHt Olllni llux 137
NOTE. - Thin sliililn ivill In- mil slrlrllj- llral-ilimstu every pnrlloulftr, My ilrivi'i-H uru nil froo
uml Ki'iitii'ilia|iiiaiiiuii.mul iiiii most iliiiiilili. niiii-k tin- timvkot mil |iroilui:o. Spoolnlutli'iilinii
In iriiiiniiiiii iriiiliiiuul tu boarders.
nil. All kinds nf heavy teaming promptly attended In.
parallel veins wliieli do nni iippeiir mi
I In- mii'faee, biiliu ueapiied with i-uutil ry
I'oi-k. in a ant nf 70 fuil. Ihioiigli a
pi'i'lu'iidii-iilur Llnil' ilm veins show
iiliniit eighty feel apiirl, Tlie Biinth
rein i-oiiiuins a solid body uf pyri-lio*
I im*. inn: nssny showing $12 111 gold,
These properties lie aimnt three miles
norlli nf ilu' Interiiiitliiiiiil honndary,
On the Aniei'leali side there are about,
ilu- snme number of Inenl Inns. Thr
Lake View, owned Ly (imlilaril nnd
Knriiii' is developed liy n aim ft lill feel
|n depth, Al a depth nl' eight feel
guild ore i-aine in nml Hbeii last seen
bv our iiil'iii'iinui! there was fuur feel
uf iil-o, ilHsiiyitig $12 15 gold. 20 oiiiiits
filvi'i'.anil 1! per eenl.  i'i|i| ra.   Tberel
|r |HH\ i,ll Ini* of :-lli| lllllg   Ole nil   llle I
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Moat dollvorod »i Uock Crock uml nil lho
Mining <'limns,
.). W. EJEED,
WATCHMAKE3 and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Wiiiiaiiiteil.     nJ.'-'iu
Veraoa Private College,
VERNON, B, C.
I'' Adrien Mever, Principal.
SRNII COR l'i:iisi'i.:r-|-cs,
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling.
VERNON : FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always In stock.
Rolled Oats, Qaimsat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, 15. C.
BLACKSMITH  AND  WKECU.TiilGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND GENERAL REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
Ct. O. SHUKSON, Prop.
FAIRVIEW, II. ('.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION       T~       - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place tor Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First GlitBB Accommodation,  Good Stnliliug, Teruilniia of Stage Line
tn an iMmi'iis, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tie Kettle River Stage Line
Running over tho MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 3 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.
M. MILLER,
Prop.,
Grarid Forks, B. (,
■Mt'Jk.m.'S,   HORN  HOTEL.
I.UMBY, B. 0,
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Singes tn Vernon mul Bine Springs,
Xj-otlxs IKCo3*eLxi.*d, Prop.

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