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 THE ADVANCE.
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Vol. V, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1898.
2.00 per Year.
b W. JAKES, M.D.,O.M;
UY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE IllVlilt
DISTRICT.
OFFIC8     I     I     I     BOUNDARY PALLS,
QERALD WlLLlAMS,:M, D„ C. M,
V'KItKON', II. I'.
Late of
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Ksn.
•QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C,
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale,
I T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' GRADOATE OF MoGlLL U1UVER8ITY,
Olllee : Over Fuller's Grocery Store,
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
•yf  M.coo
OOHRANE,
Solicitor Sui'RBMK Court,
KOTAHV Pl'BMC, CONVKVANOBR, KTC.
Offloe: Ollmore's Block, Barnard Avenue,
VKRNON. • H. 0.
pitED. BILLINfiS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Oi'i'Ti'i"; Martin's Block.^
Vernon, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC,  BTC.
Vkii.vi.n, II. 0.
I    K.JOHNSON,
LAW AND COLLEOTINQ AOENOY.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND   FOKliS   ....   B.  O.
pOBBES M. KEHBY, P. US,,
A,M,O.S.O,E„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VEItNON, B. ('.
*T  E, CROWKLl,,
THONBON HI'., VitUNOH,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ofllco and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H, LATIMER
VKHNON, U. 0,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
J.aud  Sai'v-iy-oi*.
Afcio. Amor So... Irrlg. Knga.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
pHAS. E, COSTERTON,:
VKHNON, II. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettlo River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thuhhkh, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stahk Connection with 8, ti. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made for Providing
Guides and' Outi-its van Hunting Parties.
Good Untiling uml Plaiting,  How nud Sail Boats for Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM AND   BACON     .
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR  SALE.
y~"t>oX>,   CABGItl.   <fc   CO..      - AXtmLSTXtOTirti.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C,
Guess    Bros.
^SSAYEBS AND CHEMISTjj
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, It. ia
(IllUKNWlltlll, 11.1!
Mi IIAIIUMT 11. 'I'. III.IIIIB..*!
BOUNDARY  ORSHHK
Engineering and Assaying Go.
G-roeiiwood Oily, B. ('.'
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance with tlio Kottle
River mill Ilouiitliiry Crook Mining
lUnlrlvtS,
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete.
All Kinds of Factory  Work  Ki.pl in Stuck .uul  Made to Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All ltiii<ls of Lumber, Lntlis und Shingles Kept in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill ou Okanagan Luke, handy lo shipment,   Sash anil Door
Factory on 0. P. R, Vernon,
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   X.ISTZS
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i P, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p, m
Leaves Midway Wednesday ancl Saturday at 6 A, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
SPECIAL ATTENTION (JIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) EXPRESS
XI.   XX.   MOBBISOW,   PBOPBIETOK
KETTLE BIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending Jone 24, 1896.
1(1. N P, Brown's eamp, L. Merson.
17. McGregor, Fourth July Oreek, W.
J. Murphy uml I). A. Jones.
17. Glasgow, fractional, Central camp,
J. Weir,
17. Fannie   H,    fractional,    Central
cuuip. M. M. Kllllher,
17. McGregor, Central cninp, F Keller
17. Lady of the Lake, Central camp,
J. Weir.
18. Comstoek, Smith's camp, J. McNicol.
18. Ben Hut', Summit camp, W, il.
Wood,
18. Mountain chief, North-Fork Keltle
river, F. 0, Hngen,
18. Bloomer Girl. Brown's camp, F, (',
Hngen.
18. Only Chance, fracllunal. Brown's
camp, F. 0, Hngen,
18. lied Cap,  Blown'*, camp, C. B,
Dougherty.
18. Blue Bell,  Brown's cninp, 0, II.
Dougherty.
18. Florence, Brown's camp, H, W,
Hololuiii,
20. Teutonic, Copper cninp, 1), Bryant
20. Alice, Cupper camp, J. 0, Sullivan.
20. Last Chance  ('upper camp, E. H.
Wedikend,
20. Georgia,   Oopper camp,   0,   England,
20. Hilda, Copper camp, VV, F, Tye.
20. Mountain View, Copper camp, W,
F, Tye.
20. Molilalia, Oopper cainp, A. Heinze,
20, Last Chance, Brown's camp, G. (i.
Reynolds,
20. Minnie II, Brown's ciunp, S, Hutchinson,
20. Trull, Brown's camp, T. Donall,
20. Sugar  Loaf,   Summit  camp,   0.
Cameron nnil F. 0. Bowermun.
20. Paymaster.   Summit   eamp,   0,
Cameron nod F. 0. Bnweriiwiii.
20. Star an.l Crescent, Summit eamp,
0 Cameron and F. 0. Bowi'i'liian.
20. Treasurer, Summit camp, F, C.
Bowermun mill C, Cameron,
22. C.iii.ida, Passcteek, W. Hall.
22. Royal   Oak,   Pass  ereek,  E.   A.
Dempsey.
22. Hard   Luck,  Pass creek,   E.  A.
Dempsey,
22i Gulden Bud,  Pass creek, A, Oess-
f.iril.
22. Green   Mountain,  Puss ereek,  .1.
Richardson,
22. Missing Link, Pass creek, .1. W,
Ginilu in.
22, Buck, Pass creek, J, Richardson,
22. Helen, Central rump, .1. Web'.
2,5, Inm   King.   Christina   luke, 1),
lliesii.thun.
22. McCiiIIoiii,   fractional,   Chrislinn
lake, D. Brcsiuihun.
22. Ooitistock,    Brown's    camp,   E.
Clark,
22. Bunker Hill, Suniinit   cainp, E.
Clark.
22  Monty Oristo, Wellington camp,
S. M. Kii-kham.
22. Kcc West, Summit camp, ,1. C.
Hiinge,
22. Yankee Girl, Brown's enmp, W. J.
Schinuck nn.l E. I). Grillln.
22. Black Bear, Brown's camp, W. .1.
Schinuck ami E. I). Griffin,
22. Copper King, Brown's eamp, W.
,1. Schinuck nml E. 1). Grillln.
22. Gold Drop, Wellinglon eamp, A.
V. Anderson and C. .1. Gafreet.
211. Big Bonanza, Deudwood cninp, ,S.
S. Edwards,
2.1. Biiiwii-cycd   Queen,    Wellington
camp, W. .1. Purler,
23. White Hose, Boundary creek, .1. S.
Wallace,
'III. Little  Bank,   Copper   cninp,  E.
Meyers,
Hi. Hanger,    fraiii.iiial,   Greenwood
eamp, 11, L. Jones and J. Rogers,
211. Toiixioii, Fourth July creek, E. E.
Minion anil T, Fnhey,
0KB1WICATKH OI' WORK,
18, lli.ril Cash. F, A. Slionqucsl, E. .1.
Mi-Arthur ami .1. McBnln,
HI. COI), li. Di.nagui.
111. Helen, ,1. C. Haas,,!. Wallace nml
M, .1. M. Wood.
HI. San Bernard, E. S, Gallowuy.
20. Irun Top, ,1. Dmili,
20, Ranger, .1. lingers,
211. I'liausual, W. B, Klekanls.
22. While   Horse, T.   Hnnse, J.  II.
Singer, J. Gruhiitn anil  I,. Meyer.
TRANBFRHS,
i 18, Saint Louis, J inleresi, A. Ftiiihirr
j       to J. B. I'cMoiors,
IS. Wilmington.  4  interest,  J. Fitzgerald lo W, Traiislroiisky.
17. Capital Prize, 1 Interest, J, Wilbur
to J. Weir.
18. Iron Cup, all inleiesl, ,1, Douglas
to F. P. Iliigiio.
J8. Grunt Hespcr. all Interest, J. 0,
Huns to ,1, McNicol,
18. While Elephant,  J Interest, A.
Hall I...I. Price.
18. Ethel, ' Interest, A. Hall to ,1.
Price.
18. .Inst, in Time, J Interest, E.  I..
Alir.-tins to F, W. Harrington,
18. B.iniii, J interest, A. .Tuldnrss to
I. B, Surgennt.
II). Alice, 1 interest, 0, A, Peterson to
T, McDonnell.
20. Sunsel, Mil interest,  H, Elliott In j lo he Imilt lo cnnnecl Prince ton will!
W. L, D'Aelli. | the Nicola valley loud, and uol n great
20. Little Balie, nil Interest, H. Mc. j ileal of work would l.e necessary i»
Gnire to G. Hicken. open    up   cniiiinuiilciilli.il    lietweeii
20. Gladys, J interest, ,1. A. Fletl to,I,   Kereineos ami Penliiion.
M. O'Toole, j   The opening up of roads Is the surest
22. Sabbath Day. J inleresi, I).Stewart; way of advancing (he Interests of I Imi
to L. Bosshart. mining camps of lhe province, and of
22. Mosshaek •( inleiest, A. V. Downs
to O. L, Giiiiileison.
22. Little Bertha, A inleresi, W. Kitchen li.O. L, Giindersiui.
22. Liltli'Bi'iiha.iiotcrest.W.Kilelieii |
lo A. V. Downs.
21. Highland Bell, 1 Interest, N, Bun-
nell lu.1. P. Deuiiull.
21. Tip Top, J iitleeesl, II. P. Heacock
lot). Shiel.
21. Tip Top, all inleresi, H. Shuw to
11. P. Heacock.
4.4	
COPPER MOUNTAIN.
those who ul presenl enjoy what might
he termed a monopoly of imlaiii
MEYERS CREEK   MINES.
('upper mountain lies lo llle sinilh of
the Siniilkiiineeu river, and is situated
ni ilie bend waters of a small tributary
stream known ns Wolt cieek. Upon
the mountain art. several mineral
claims, the ures of which carrying
cupper, no doubt suggested the name
fur the mountain, These claims are
at present completely Isolated, yel will
nol remain so if the conviction now
strongly held liy residents of the country is fulfilled, viz,, the extension of
tbe Columbia lllld Weslern railway lo
Hope. The liuililing of this line lo the
poiul specified wuuld bring railway
transpiiiialion within easy distance of
lhe mines, and would I hereby cause
them to hectlllie veryvaluul.leproperly
Assays of the ore taken from some of
Ihese claims have run as high as 117
per cent, in enpper ami $27 per Ion in
gold, Tlle ledges or veins are bei ween
granite on llie one side andadiorite
formation ou the other, und between
the veins linieslnue is Interspersed,
which hns the elfecl of splitting (.ihal
otherwise might lie a tremendous and
solid liody of ore) inlo n congregation
nf small viins which run from a few
inches to several feet iu width. The
musl beiiuliful specimens of poncock
copper ever seen in Ihis counlry come
frum these claims, which ure named
respectively Ihe Vancouver, Helen H.
Gardner, Copper Farm nml Humboldt,
Ji|.j.f-mi'iii,i'i.ii uii.-k is m'.v lieing ear-
tied nt Ihe Vancouver liy Messrs
.Miller and Saunders, ihe owners,
Ci'oppings of ote arc to lie traced for
lhe entile length of live claims, or a
distance uf 7,600 feet, anil ote can lie
broken across I he ledges for a width it.
some places of 200 feet.
Should llie predictions of llie owners
prove to l.c Irue, viz., that with depth
it will he found that all lliese veins
merge Inlo one, lhe Copper mniintiilii
niines will mil only he among lh.'
largest copper properties in lbe Northwest, hut wilt become of so greal
value lhey will gain for themselves n
reputation fur and wide.
 *.**•-»	
SIMILKAMEEN   ROAD.
When a year nr more ago, Captain
Scott, malinger of one of lhe Granite
cieek hydraulic mining companies,
hroiighl heavy machinery ..vet ibe
Hope mountain inlo Uranlle creek ut
a heavy cost lo the cunt puny, everyone
applauded his energy in selecting sueh
a route und overcoming its obstacles,
and lightly sn. Al Ihe same time
nothing was said or done iu lhe nuttier
of furnishing roud communication lo
the camp although the great amount
of work and capilul being expended
there was sufficient lo warrant any
outlay the government ought lie
railed upon lu make, to furnish reason*
able eoiiinunieulion  by wagon  road
Time and llle sturdy blows of lbe
prospector and miner Will lifidnubl disclose ii in ii v valuable properties upon
the Colville reservalino.
j Every tiny new ledges of ore are heing slake.I of a eharacler nud value
good, had and indifferent, nn.l yet mil
all are Willi bless, any nu.re Hum nil
are War Eagles, l.rltoisor lion Masks,
As funis oliservation ami reports go,
the mosl valuable and extensive me
deposits are cell!el ed io and annual
Ihe Curlew valley, and yel there lire
other portions of lhe reserve which
are not lightly lo be overlooked,and
among Ihem Meyers creek, one of Ihe
tributaries of Kellle liver, whose
waters mingle with Ihose of lhe hitler
sl renin jusl wesl of Midway, after having traversed many miles of ihe reservation territory, wllllin lhe ...niines of
which the stream takes iis course, be-
fore crossing tlm boundary line inlo
British Columbia,
The visitor lo Myers creek would
he disappointed if he expected to
Hnd dividend paying mines. Vet
would be not lie disappointed if he desired losi'i'giuul promising undeveloped
prospect s.
The formal Ion uf the country referred
to may be said tube principally granite,
porphyry and lime, ami lbe character
ot the ..ri'principally copper sulphide
currying in some institutes good value
io gold anil silver,
Tbe principal claim of lhe camp so
far is no tl.mht the linumipaiie, upon
which ciiitsiileralile work has been done
by lhe owner, M. F, liaiinf and which
is now in dispute, having been laid
claim to hy oilier parlies, who inlenil
colllesliug the   <..Vina'*    light    to   llle
ground upon some li'cbuiciility of locn*
tion.    Peacock nnd gray cnppei-  are
Until I" lu* ' "'till in lire titkeo lino, llli"
claim, as also m ol hers adjoining, such
us the Dink Ifiirse, owned hy .Messrs,
Hiilhrtiok nnd Blown, anil also the
Yakima, samples of ore Inkeii froui
which have assayed us high us $100 in
gold alone lu lhe inn. Besides iniiny
1.1 hei cliiiins of lesser repute, ll is reported new stiikes have been llllllli'
recently in lhe su me camp, one on the
easl side of lhe creek uud one al ils
head waters, ft out holh of which
samples of ore, red oxide "f enpper, ut
a rich character have been taken Altogether the new ramp is a promising
out', and as fur us can he judged is one
worthy Ihu iittenlInn being In-slowed
upon it by Ihose who have milling inleresls I herein,
 , * 4 —
MOTHER  LODE BONDED.
Mr. .lohn Weir, of New York, who
is now operating in the Boundary
creek camps, has scooped in, on behalf
of himself anil assnclales, .motherof
Ibe valuable pruperties lo lie found in
litis seclluil, The claim now hooded
is Ihe Mother Lode in Deadwood
can.p. ami perhaps nne of the largest.
hodles of ore in this ncighhorli I.
The clahn was located In the summer
uf 1891 by a majority of lhe parlies
now owning interests therein, ami to
SUV il lias always heen looked upon lis
a very valuable property is only slating the I ruth.   An iiouiense ledge of
wiih thai  Important mining ce r.|0re lies In this claim, iriiceuhleun the
Thnt ihej-nvcriinietil have nut in Ihe Lirfuee its wbtile length, ami of a
past laken some steps in relieve the | hmuUh fully over a hundred feel, The
.cupper
Isolation tut.Ier which ihe resident
the Siinilkaineen near Granite creek
live is n mutter of suijiri-e to many,
its nu pari of the province is mure
liable to show grciilrr strides nf advancement in the near future, than is
I Ills same sectiun of country, lying In -
I Wren Kereineos on the easl ami Hope
ore is of a eharacler klluWII
sulphide carrying gold.
Th lisldernlIon In he paid for ihe
property as named in Ihe bond is
$11,111,1. Ill per cent, of which has already I ii paid and the balance In he
handed over in two equal instalments
nn nr licfnrr ilm I'lh  lleceinher .mil
on the west, contained within which His nth March next,,
are known lo exist many valuable
.piartz and placer claims,
Princeton, nl ihe junction of the
Siinilkaini'i'ii and Tlll.lltiei'll rivers,
may he cunsldered to he ihe centre of
mining nporalionH in that section, ami
should therefore lie Mm point of convergence nf any roads being linlil inlo
lite llislricl.
The amount of money lobeexpended
to furnish such Iliad accoiniiinilation
need not he great, and ils expenilituie
would certainly be justified ns it would
uot only I..ing the miners ill touch
with the tanners of the surrounding
counlry, ill. Kereineos, While hike
and Upper Nicola and those upon
llle Siinilkaineen, hot would also furnish an alternative route for the shipment ,.f heavy machinery should ihe
same be l.roiignl from lhe Slnles,
either hy way of Osoyoos. Kereineos
nnd on up lhe 8llllllkuineo.li, or hy way
of Vancouver, Kamloops and Nicola,
A very few miles ni' road would hn
The vendors uf I he Mo! hci Lode are
M..«si>, ,I,T, Hitchie nf Spoknne, M.
Mct'uaig, .las, Scholield, W. McCormick mid VV. W, Gibbs, all ni Boundary creek.
ll Is cel'llllllly a pleasing sign in nut,,
lhe lmn.ling nf these large proper!It's,
uml sliil iimie eticonriiglng is it to nole
into whose hands lhey ate falling, lhe
more so herause il is understood that
the property will employ several men
on development work almosl u( once.
and In all likelihood one or more diamond drills, This makes the Iiiih
property Mr. Weir has now under
bond  In our camps,  lhe   aggregate
liniiii vnli f which is aliiiut $00,000,
therefore il will hi' seen lle menus
business, und will certainty give a
good account i.t himself before lhe .-ml
of the year If lbe property I urns .ml,
as well as expected.
 , 9 4	
Commercial joh printing   at   Tun
j Auv.wuii. THE ADVANCE.   iftZ^^ftfttlZf- F. COSTERTON GREENWOOD     CAMP
"'..1st licked. 	
;,, ■■...  ,.   .l Geoei'R] Real Estate & Financial Agt.   ,
DIE surveyors uf lh.- Cnlitnihiuanil   °   |
.. Tie M Drop Boarding loose..
•AMI. X'.Kills ,1'iioriiiBTOii
Published  ivooklj   i.i  Mldivny, l>. c
Htibticrlptloii Price, 12.1X1 por iniiunn, ]iaynblo
In ailvatiL'o.oILIior yearly or naif-ycarl* ,11 Llio  W eslern railway havo been paying at
0|!wT,fli'-iwKi7n"-'.aln ilii-nlinli. lulllioll    In   Ulr   rolllitiy    West llf tlle
'li Kli Hie column., nf Tim Auvani i, are Okanagan liver, and have heen wurk-
nlu'.i.s ..pen  fnr llie .li»"U.-n.li nf Iniiltcl'.* nf, . ., , ,     ,	
publiclutoroM nml Importance, ira il nn*' log' receiillv as far west nstliebiiiillKii-
ffi$,rate """•"■     Wl ■""  '"''>'  »'« 8
aliil... nil! anl In-
published.
MONDAY. JUNK 2i
1800,
: :   A eraut In lliia njiiictj Ind!
; icntcs thnl yoiirstilwcriptiun
: :tO this JHtpPi* lm-* i'\|,Jr,''l.
rather hard to Bay, Inil it has ceiiaioly
given tise to lbe conjecture Ihal lhe
above railway will tint  long have ils
llTlllillUS   at.   Peiiliclon,    lull     will   lie
BOUNDARY CREEK, 1). (
NOTARY PUBLK
A_r_aat.   for^-
Tiie Royal Insurance Cov.
Tiik London ami Lancashire Emu.:
Innc-ianck Cov, '""' ■"""' *  ~
Tun Insubance c..v. ok Noiitii 1 Oood Acooiiiiiiotlutlon for Travelers,   First-class Monls Served
AMERICA,
Tub London and Canadian Fiim
Insurance Cot,
i'"-1'"'1 "" »-™' "' ""I"'' '" l'"n" "I   Tiik Son Life Assurance Coy ov
lini,-!iuu with lbe main hoe of IheC, i      (i.«»n»
P.   R.   If lids i j'ictiire  should  in
EDITORIAL NOTES,
In nor issue nf the |6th Inst, we had
occasion to rap our rouleinpnrnry, the
Grand Forks Minor, over the knuckles
fnr purloining news wholesale from
TlIK  AnVANCI",   Tn slum  v, la.I  kllitl
of sl till'nor cniilcmpuraiy is ,  '* l"lil1' ll'e const ritctl. ' which now
,  seems to he a foregone conclusion.
lime lion mu in la nne, iluin lhe
loug'cherislii'd hope nf the great cur-
pnriitIon, viz., a lhrough shurl mule
from ilm Noiihwi'sl in the coast, Hint
will do n way with nil the heavy grades
nml snow slides and ul her iihjret tunable
features encounlered in the Rockies
ami Selkirk iniiiiiilitiiis, will be realized,
lliii Is If llie Crow's Nest Puss railwiiv
Tiik Dominioi-Bdildino and Loan
Association,
Appraiser pur tiik Canada Per.
manentLoan and Savinos Coy,
we reproduce Ii'i lasl week's cimimenl
upnu the matter, und tin rn only Ihal
lhe puhlic may have an opportunity nf
judging llie depth ul its meanness,
when Instead uf acknowledging ils
error and ulfctlng an a piling)'for the
same and a promise mil i" transgress
in lite liiluie, it endeavors in -hilt the
responsibility fur ils min ii.isiinlii lhe
shoulders of its nil respondents, lis
will he seen by the following :
In iis isfliir nfi iiu l.itli tint Mill way Ail vaitoe
accuses us--in oxli'omoly uiiaompliiuoiilnry
terms -of having printed in our insl Issue "two
..'hole columns" ut "spooia! correspondence,"
which It alleges wai stolen fnnn its columns,
In answer tn tills wo tloeiro tn slain llml we
will l,o most happy tn finiiiili ilia mums of our
correspondents In anyone desirous uf learning
tlm same ; unit furthermore we have on llle, in
our olllco tlie manuscript of tlicfr loltors which
appoarod in our last Issue,
In justice in the Minei's correspntid*
cuts, whose names were made known
Ions liy private letter received from
the ed il or of lhe Miller, we pen tied Ihe
following enquiry lo each,and received
lhe answers given below ,
Midway, Juno at, ISIM.
l.K.lll Silt. Mny I n-k Iiiiii-,mu ul liny tlino
ooplod news macs from i'.'.t: Aov.'.NCI', and in
your capacity r.s correspotidonl fnr tlio Grand
Forks Minor forwartl same lu Hull pulillctilloii ?
liy ttiiNWoiiug tliis enquiry you will oblige
yours very triiij*, Koii'o.t Anv.iNoi*.
Am.viimi.i, II. 1'.. .Iiiiin 20, isnr.
W. H, Norris, Midway, B. C,
limn sin. I lies to suy i" ni1'..' i" your enquiry uf 'Jiilli .liuii', rn. purloining uf iiowhnotes i
li'uiii Tiik AtiVaxci:.  I Imvo no't ill any tlino
Uikon un..' nates front your publleutloii inn! fur*
warded sum. In Hie Grand Forks Miner, in my ,
capacity tut correspondent uf Ihal paper.  I
ri'iiiuin, yours very tiuly.    .Iamss WiLlirit,
iIiikhmvooi.. It. t'.,Ltili .liinc. i.-iiii.
W. H. Norris, Esq.
Plant sot   In uiiHivor loyoui' enquiry ro my,
copying items from Tun Advance for insert inn
Twice previously have wo bad
snlilelhlng In say upun  Ilm silbjecl nf
lhe issuance llf CI'UWII gl'llllls. I''nr llle
I liini and pel hap.- nut the lust lime we
offer a lit tie advice in I In ise wishing lu
.11.1.11ii llie same..an'l ih,11 is jn making
npplicutiiin, iin lint forgel il is alisu-
lulely inni--.il\- the applicant should
send in the full inline, n matter iiiaiiy
forget  In do, nial  I Iiii-.*! iy cause lilt-
llecessaiy tit-lay.
—   +	
Wk had im .'iiiiiii piilili-hiogu repoi-l.
nf Sic Boslork's iiieeiitig in Grand
Prairie In uur Insl Issue, Inil iimdvrrf-
cnlly lhe party to wlioio tin* miuiiles
nl the ineeling ..ere eulrilsted, forgot
lo deliver tin ni in time, and us the
election is now over, il would he of
lllile luteresl, so will not  now appear,
II.   KEYES,  I'mp.
Gond Accnnito'iduliun,
Best, Liquors and Cigars,
Firsl -Class Slahling.
ARMSTRONG   B. C.
A. D. WOiiGAN.
Portrait & Landscapo Pbotipplier
veiinon. n.c,
VIEWS  OF   THE  DISTRICT   FOR   SAlE.
FOR SALE
BEJ-JVOULIJY JHOJEL
OKANAGAN MISSION,   B. C.
Tliin is ii Hploiullrily ilnisln'il lioimo IiihIiIi
nml out, ulmoi-l nuw, Willi guml Nlftblo uml nnl
bnihliiigH, is continHy locatocl in Mm vnlluj'
andcomimimlsagond Inula. M Rlands mi ll*
own grontidfi nf I wo nnd a half twroB in oxlcnl,
nnd isa good invcsliiiciil.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
I.uinl Livery Slulile in CoilliOOtlOli.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
RfELOWNA,,B. C„
Vou cnn imw intrclmsc codav panel iloorn, brniiiifiilly nuulo ind flniBliod; window sasli,
lull MliinglGnntiit all 'iilici- kiwis uf Iioiiko I'm-ni-liiii^, al tho Okitnrtgaii Sawmill. Rough uml
ilrcssi'd liiinlicr I'unsimiilv on hand. Oi-doi'fl from Kitllto Hivcr din'trlol solicited, uml prlcos
furnished noon application in
N\ H.  Hiisliunil liu.-isiii Ciiils' ivies, with Sllghl /Vilvnnco to covorooHt of flight.
33.  LBQUDOI, psiop.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS, ffl  The trade centre of the Grand M
[\M Prairie, Kettle river and ^
nnnnn A*m nrnnnnn S Boundary creek mining and ¥ii
ROU&II Al DEESSED g agricultural country. M
^LUMBER—
41
i
Pf   Situated at the junction of §|
MAIL ORDERS.
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Fuk Thumb Aiti.y to
I). MCIIOUSON,
OKANAOAN Mission
in tho Grand Krn-ks Miiyr, l*-^'ish in sluiu ilmL
as corrMpondonl lor thai JHipor. 1 havo not
donosj.   Viilll'ssiiiccri'iy,   {'. W. li. SA.Nsu.M.
This si iiniii'i-.> tliu null I lm-(low ii prutl-v
Hue, and leaves lbe is,,,,, hetweenih'e BLACKSMITH   SHOP
lllillla^l'llll'tll    id'    Illl*    AJ iiifi-   und our-
hi'iVi'.s. Jusl wlwiv ii sliiuiM In*,,iiiii I
wh ere il lii'loiigs,
Our unili'Wjjol-ury rannul dffeivt
lin.1 ItH'iil ri'.'iilin^' pulilic, r\rii if ii i--
IJtwsilile lo KUtl liiiilWu un  llliMjlllsulo,     This huililingN Iwo sl.iir.vs nigh and stand;
...      .    . ..      ,. .      ....      on Us own ground of Imlf luiawo In oxlont nnu
,ll'"lllT ls " '■'■'l,;''111' »■ ' dvtnikiiig ifl|nllC0lmnil ,K]ll,sill, „,,„„„,
llle press ol the prnyiuce us seen by
Ihel'nllnwing, clipped frum the Russland Miner of I he Ililii inst.:
Thu t'llllor of llio (Iniiul Paris Minor Ib got*
ling mil it gooil |i:i[ira', imt ho is doing otto very
rupt'clmtistbloantl foolish llilng,  Wo inilu mi i ■■■    «mww—^mmm, 'fPll
lliufmni iiugi. uf llu- isKiiL- uf June li, u luigu ' J^r:   NATIONAL ' l|
innnbor ttf ltonis uoploil from Hi" Midway Ail-1
ranco nnd lioiidotI"siiuoliil corresiioiiiloiico.'   [V/IATTF      ftMFI   TFR
TIiIh!»Kiipplnmontc-lt.yhalfncciluu! ' ia.sa-  IVlA '   ' L     Oi\'ll_l_ I CM.
Iimd ni'ivs uu [ingo 1 clipped without credit
fl-uin llu, |iii|i.a'. |       pn,vflTI(1AL AN!) 'H.ill'l,'." MKT'HOl)
•nl no uur purl Is uu-\_\  nfmiitlliii(siii|ilililo urou, stiohiis nickel,
niplirr,   Kl'ld   Slid   silver i.l'IS.    lu    ioculltlt's
. whom load urea sail fitrln urn si'iu'ci' and nl-
| miwl iinuiiiiiiiiiiile, iiiii'iH'riiia ii'ii'i'i' jnckolod
Nu aiiili..nli" inti iamat inn bus lieen I Mullo dinultoi- li.us S.eeu ircngalzotl ..all. highly
, ,, i,   ,. ,, , satisfactory rcsiihr.niid Iiuu  u lliin'ouglil.v
received us In lhe resull ol lhe general h^'d oirvnrinnn pvrltli., sulphide and iutohI.Io
cleiiit.ns, hut ri r gives lite Liberals "?•',"a Ity uf 2 U.B0 tons uf ore per ilny.
,     .,       ,. „,   ,     ,    ,        It Is tho most pinotli.nl, ulicaptisi, nnil sliinilosl
a pluralily ol .il. lu the Yiile-Ciuihoo I method nf gnld nnd silver nro limiting ami cnu*
enntes.il  is generally  helleved here 7^1^ wZnlnSy skill,  ml
'    VI, mill  III) fuel efull.
Vernon, B. C.
Koopti I'Twt'L'liiHs stock of
I )rugs, Cheniic'ils
itent Medicines
ami Toilet Articles
"rampt and Caro":! Attention
& CO. Up tlie" Boundary 'creek, Marcus M
ml and Reservation wagon roads. K
S Nearest point to the Colville S
im reservation mines- K
Mi .       m
m LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD p
nr piii'fs anil alt
iit iiil'iiiMi.iiin!) apply In
J!i C. E. STUART - - - AGENT |l
SflsO __% i
?t*0/ CAIiNON, (IHAM) I'llAih'IK. It. C. ffilt
tumi-r,i — ■  - .-........,......:.  ■ ...   —    .....
f j >.ftVi[4k: _^
TAX NOTICE.
Assessment Aet and Provincial
Revenue Tux, Hook Oreek
Division of Ynle District.
NOTICK is lion.li) -glvon thul nssossod unit
in- iniiul revenue luxes for ISM are now
(luti nn payable al my office, Osoyoos, ut lho
fiill'i.viiig rates:
If paid un nr before Mh .lime:
(Ine-linlf of ono per cent. nn real property.
Two pel' cent, on wild land.
Ou'-Uiird  nf ono por uont, tm personal
property.
Ono-hnlf uf ono per eont. oo income.
If paid ..a or after 1st .Inly;
Tivti-tiiiitls of one por eont oa real proporty.
Two uud ono-hnlf por coal, uu wild hind.
<It.e-li.ilf uf ono   per cent,  on  personal
proporty.
iiil'oii.fuurllis nf one por eont. on iiionnio
Provincial rovoniio lux. 9H.0O per capita,
('. A. II. LAMIILY,
Assessor nnd ColToolqr
Hock (.'rook Division of Ynle Distriet.
Oioyoos, 11. a, liltli January, isl,!.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
UrOTICE.
Till! I.liXt.Vlt'l'I.N MlXKIMI. CUIM.
Situate In Central Camp, Kettlo River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK Hint I, Jolni A. Con-ell. ns
agonl fur .1. Taylor, free miner'seenlflcal-)
X.i. tat It, nml Goo, IV, Ruoiborgor,froo miner's
 'tlflcnlo Nu. 02131, inlenil. sixtv thus from
llio tlnto horoof, In apply Ui tho Mining liocordor
raraoortifioaloof improvoilionts, fur tbo pur*
puno of obtaining n (Jroivn gnuit In thoabovo
"'aim.
Anil furlher lako ntilieti thnl notion, under
seotloii .'i*. iniist lm ciiiiinicnceil before (holt.
suani.|. uf such cert liiciite of hilproveliiobti.
I'ill I'll lliia 31 li tiny uf Mil., IHIHi. I.'I
gNIGHT &CO.
Vernon, u. C.
Butoheps ami Pork Paekors
I'uiihcr coiiiii
llecessul V.
(ha! Mr. Unstuck has heen elected, nl-1pros, i
though tin returns have I i
oilier  lliaii   from   lhe  foul
,,       , , ,        , ... Iiiul fur llu- smelter nflir it
though no ret urns have I ll received   sulphur In Ilia tire Is it- mil aval fuel . nl;
rtctl. Tin
I i nly. um
with tiny other pn
 ™;::3!:::;:a,
pulling subdivisions,   following is the ,   VV e prepared in furnish any size nri'ii-
,       F     , ,   ,. , ,,   pueiiv nliiiii cottiplelo to siihstiiiilbil tttluing
liuiither nl viilcs cast  Iur each  cnndl-  Liplo, sot ll up nud furnish our mon lornn li
dnlc at   the several polling slnlions: TO tlioin nn onsy pnynionls. Prices nnd npoclll*
1        n leatii.n.a fiirnlslii'd .ulli roforoncoa and teste
.unit  uiivi'.inii [mnnhilsoiiappllealloii.
l'enli.iiin  ]:t
10
2:1
National Ore & Rortuction Ilo.
,i""llCholloiiliiitn .In*. .St. hauls, Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
I. ut
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
i.l,',l <.'*>7'*2*'"5.
Osoyoos	
Midway   ii I.'.
Grand Prnliio   11!        1:1
4
CllNSlllKltlNti llle lulge lllllnliel' uf
viileis ill llie dis. 1 iti anil the Klllllll
number of votes polled, il will readily
lie seen lll.it ipllle 11   niioiliel' could nut
have inken advantage ,,f their fun-
ellise,   Tne unly cxplaiaition llial can I
lie given fur such a stale uf alT.iirs, i-,
that many did oni relish tiie Mberal
cundiiliile, anil   mil   lieing lllile on. •
sciclltiiillsly   in   stippnli    .Mia   Mara,
III, V I "III,Illl.al ill   ll e.
»
WHAT i- lhe uialler Willi Hi" I'r.iii ;
fill la In llie   tu.llh  nl'   n,:-   Why llu
llie) out   leuel I  and I'iiih'uyot' tu
eiplure  tlie  innrkel   nf una mining I
eamp* ami luwiiit fni'iill kinds of sniiiil   l-JOTlOKIs •obyglvon tliu Irownliin.l
,   ..... .      , IN   u": c.iveru.1  in   eilillng rcsiTViitiuns
El-llllr Weask this ipiesliou the loore slitiatoil nilhlnlbo follotiiug itonoiibo'l bioek
readily, .is we are gi.e,. 1.. ,ii,,l,.,--i.i,„l. ;V,e"I'n'u'ol,'? omfu"-^'c„'itoii'vu, sn"^,i?
by some nf our Inenl dealers llml par- Aol. IMW."provided that all agricultural Inn-is
,. ,. ... ,. ... ,. , , . Inc tttloil lliereln ivlileh .utporlain t' aa -, inn-
lies Iiiiiii Walla   Wallu  have already :i,l,-anillluftbo snid railway shall  p..n
eoul meted  wilh  uiercliaiils here for ,fulS!"VU!''.tTi',l',ll'il ''u',"';',1," tYl'l*
provided byscullt'ii olovon tlllof lliosnht Sub-
llle supply ol small lial'ls iliii-iug I he I aid) Acl, viz.:
summer. Surely il'liatil en sbipp-tl  bonSrv"«llimtel"s'ixt™^
frum Walla Walla at ,1 proHlniiil will  l("   *oiui™i   cpriioi' nf hluuk  i'l nf Hie
1     , ,    „, .      Ne.'stmniul i'tiii Sl.np|...fil riillwny liuidgi'iiui,
Ktand the long .journey, uud lie lit for bolng alsu tin soiilh-eiuil collier uf i'nwiiship
.,,1, .,,.,1,11,„ li,.,.i. 11,,.,,,, .a t,i |,„ clgln .1 ts a. Iv.i.ii"ii.ii  dislriol; lltuiicu duo
"lUI 0,1.0m' U' ,'■ ineie sliotl „.,,,! ,,|lp|1(, ,,„, |nt0riiiillnual boiindnry fur n
In, 1 i-.is. 111  win*  f.'llil   Iinui  Ih rill   ilialniiei'iil .ni" 'imilrcl uiiii tuYiity-r.iiir miles
.     ,,       ,    1   . II2II to a point nboul lo miles wost iif Slmilkn*
■•I 1  um,  being  iiiuili nearer lbe moon river; lliotmr duo norlh llflv-slx mllos
murk..!,  lie  lllile   lu  euiliplelcly  die, j.!,.■'■li :ll!..'ii.*.'d..li'nwl nni' liuudlel nnil liv.au
K'u,   A   eV
l*?:,;' '^^'^'''-'^
RE6LKVE.
Klltli.lNAV  AM) VALE IllSIIIICr.
m^___.
VERNON HOTEL,
HnJti i i-iSim.
Pfiprietoi's	
Wesl  fa 111 ..I \/
il.icieiail ,\v*niua    ValRNON.B.C.
White : Helpit >i]!y.
l'lrsl-C'lass In Bvorj It ■-;..- t.
Kerry Culnfuii and Oiitivonl tiro.
Free lllis In nml fi All iViiina.
Al'iillSiilicilcil.
Stable  :   it| : < '..t|i|.'.lit.ii
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Cojiper Street, Greanwood City, B. C.
©als     Ei-fc     Ail     Houx>b
G. 3133S, MANAGER.
r-T\
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortlflciito  of  Iinprovomentg.
BTOTICB.
Tun IIiii.iihn lint, Mia'i.uu. I i.iut.
Situate in Central Camp, Kottle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
T\\KI" XOTII'K lira! I. Juhn A. Corvoll.ua
I     ngtilll fur,I, li, lluss. feeu ininers eefltll-
siloNii. IK'll, Inlenil, slxlv ilnys troio lhe dato
herool innpply m llio Milling munlorfor n
I' .a in, • nle i.f ilnprnieln.. Ills, for I ho purpose of
iblaliilng a t a nun grant of 1 be nluu c ehiiin.
Ami fiiiilier t.il," iiniii". tlml action; under
sootlon III, st In ninrnecil boforo lho is-
•a nice uf ami i-tilleiile uf hupi-uieiili'lils.
Haled lids fllb tiny ol Mny, Mil,
P. II. .lACl'IKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
It EPA 11! ini; A III'lit I A 1.1 v.
VI'icMi.V ll.C
GfiAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Hough  I,uinl.or
I'ro.it $10 to $Vi
IIIissi'.l Lumber
1*10111 $111 |o $1
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS IW ARRIVED
-^UPHOLSTERING-*^-
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B, C.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
KTOTICB.
'tin: Nii.v s'iiii lliMUi.u. Cl.,11.11.
Silunlo in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE llnil 1, ft*. T. Kinilh, froo
iuiner'8 ccrliflcntn No. Ml. as ngonl fm*
ilie llepiililic Mlulng Cn., iiitenil. sixtv ilnys
fi'i.in the .intu lieic.f. 1,1 apply lu tlie Mining
llocordur forncotiiflcatoof Itiiprovomonts, fur
tl". iiiu-]i()se nf obtalnhig a Crown grant uf tho
nbovo olnlm.
Ami further take notico Ihnt action,under
seeiiuii Hi. niilsl lie t'liniineneeil before the is-
sn.uiee iif.ueli oortlPcatoof iniprovtiineiits.
Hated this illli day of Mny, 18110, 13.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certilicute   <>f   Improvements.
sroiior,
'tin: 1,,'si' C11/HOE Miskii.il Cuim.
illnate lo Smith's Camp, Kottlo Rlvor Mining
Division of Yulo District,
TAKE NOTIOE tlml I, W. T. Smith, froo
1 minor's cetilllcutu Nn. nt'tn, ns agont fur
the Hepillilie Milling I'd., intend, slslv ilnys
fr Ill" 1I11!" Iiercnf, Iii apply ti. Ihu Mining
itooordorforn certtllcnta01 IniprovomontH, fur
Ihopurpnsfiofabtaiiili.ga Crown Brant nf lho
above illaiiu.
Ami fltrlbol' take nuliee thai ueltnn, under
seetlun Hi. musl he eniniiieucell licfure the issuance of Slloll eeiiilleiilc of iinpl'tiviinieuts.
Haled Ibis Ullli day of .Mm, 1M«I. 13
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery | i»atoa tht-t Nth day of Mny, isua,
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
NOTIOE is hereby glvmi Hull, slxly ilnys
lllier lllile. I Ililenil In up,',' lu the Chief
Commissioner uf hands nml ilnrks fnr per-
iiii-ai..n i.i ptirolinae Um following described
lllllll, silllaleil   In    Ibe   sulilhtl'li   pnrlluu uf
Osoyoos  illrisi if   Ynle  tllstiict   In tin,
I'i .1. hi"" el' itril ish I 'ulillnl.i.i: (jpmmouuliig nt
ii stake iniirki'il (Un. Ilillier, lurlh wesl oorlior,
adjoiiibig the north east curnor uf lhe Murk
Horse miiiernl olnlm, lul'nlnhigntypro.oni'ituin
cjnlni, lioing nniibiti nf secllon I in luwiwlini III,
ivesl nf [lie slxlh inili.il ui.'.[.lain. Ihonee sinilh
aniiiilii- In Hie sunt Ii liiiiimliii'i uf said sectiun
line. Ilienee east Illl chnlii.uiliuu. suid linn lh,,,,
llionoo north III oliilim, ilienee west DOolaliu,
I hence sunt It '.'lliilililis. Ilienee west 20 ehullls to
Ilm iiln I' eiiiuini.|ii..i.inent, i-'iiitiiluin: tun
neres n.ni'e nr less, OTTO IIII.UKK.
12
b IM ■ K A jN E    FALLS,
[',(), Mt.x CAiU. VVashirigIori
I'er i'iiiio*.mil,
t'Otnpi.l in
f ' IIIIICS 1121) 111 HP illll llllllli  Ul   lllil":-"iial of
I especially now Ihul , llie south tnd af Hlonui Ink"; llionoo duo south
greater mail ami express facilities are
to In* liiaugui'.ileil in mir midst, ■ The ,
,, l.aii,- md ivnrk« Dnpsiinion!
luttlle, is i.eiiwoiiu)  ut Iniiijj luohiUi     Victoria, U, C„ Jtli Juno,
Inilu  aaa   lilt ,laa int.
Illa.l II. MA"TI.\.
Chief Oauiinissinaur of Isindaaiid Works.
Send Your Order io->*»'*»».•..-
Lequime k ibji-Im
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleigiis Etc., Etc,
Floor anil Feed, liay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to ,$50
an acre, well improved.
Lcqulmo k Lloyd-Jouus, Kolawna,
-r ml Mi l\M.
fr JJ   '
25 bars soap
1 pound coffee
1 pound tea diu>t
Dry salt bacon per pouitd
Send us your mail orders and you wil!
Save Money.
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
CJUJEisom
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
NOTICE Is horoby given Hull sixty days
lifter dale I inlenil In apply lu lini Chief
.'unuiiissiiinernf Uiuls nnd v. neks fur permission tu liill-iiiuse I he full..,, iia; ilcset'llicd hind,
situated in the southern pui'ilnn uf tlio Osuyuus
1 IvhlOII nf Ynle 1 isll'iii, 111 llle I'l'nvilicu nf
llrilisii Columbia i
L'ointiioiiuiiig at il.e Hurl hi. est oornor of Otto
llilllers pre.!.iniilluii claim. Iliencu iiiaih '.II
oliiilus,llionoociml In chains, thonoo  ih ,'n
ehullls, theliee ttesl   HI ehullls III III" nlllce uf
...iiiiiii elliciil. bring .lie liot'lll half nf llu,
sntilh.wosl nuitrlor nf seetlun ii, township Til,
eoiitahihiglillaoros inoionr less.
,1. W. lllllll WHIIII.
HiilodiMiiy 87,I8M. 12.
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896
NOTICE Is horoby given Ibal 00days aflor
ilule I inlenil In apple In lhe chief Cum-
misstouor uf i.niiiis unit NVnrks for norpilsslon
In purchase lbe fui n.vlng described bind,
Hilliuteil in Iht'S.uilhei'ii puiil'imif ihi'llsuyniifl
division ef Ynle tllslrlol, In lhe I'rovlnco af
llrilisii Columbia, uml inoro pai'lloillarl" do-
si'i'iiicd ns ti.Hews: All ll nocnuploil ti'uil'in
of tlio west half »f sriilini s. luwnsiilplltl. ami
nil the iiiiiici uphill |n.I'll.ill uf lliu oils! half of
sectiun T I uu lisliip lill, eiinlililijUK ttill lte|.es,lllll|.0
nr less. W T THOMI'SllV.
Mldwnr, B, C, Juno IJ, Kill It LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Miss Lewis, our publlcsohonlteacher,
left for the coast and home today to
tpend her summer vacation,
The Misses Elsie and Bella McLaren
nf Carson spent last week iu Midway
the guests of Miss McAuley.
After making a pretty sweeping investigation into the wants of the district ae regards road work to be commenced at once, Mr. L, Norris returned
to Vernon on Thursday last.
Mr. \V. James has creeled a fine
building upon the main street in
Greenwood City, which will le tilled
up as a Hrst class hath house down
stairs, and up stairs nice bedrooms,
•which will l.e utilized to accommodate
the patrons of the Pioneer hotel.
Mr, F. C. Wolfendcn, secretary of
the Okanagan Hour mills, Armstrong,
Is paying a visit to the disi riet, and lie-
fore returning home will no doubt he
able to make such arrangements wilh
local iiierchautsas will ensiii'i'Ukaiuigiio
brands of flour heing used here in
future, instead of Spukane brands, as
formerly,
The road Into Greenwood camp
from Greenwood Cily, which was
partly built lasl full by lhe linmsile
company, i.s lo be finished at once liy
the same pat lies, the governuieiil tin-
delinking to furnish purl limils for lis
construct ion. This is it very necessary
piece of road, and iis building will
bring the camps in touch wilh lhe
towns on Boundary creek.
Quite a serious and nearly fatal nc-
mident hefel Mr. D. Stewart nl Greenwood one day lasl week. Mr, Stewart
was standing near a vicious horse,
ip.ielly smoking bis pipe, when all at
mice the animal kicked oul, and striking Mr. Stewart in Ihe face, drove the
pipe right into the face, inflicting a
very severe wound, the force of the
blow at the same little stunning him
and leaving him in snell a stale it was
with difficulty tlmt even wiih medical
assistance lie was resuscitated.
Il le understood Ihe surveyors of the
Coluinliia and Western who are at
work in the districl, nre having diffl-
entty In fliidingufeiisiblewayof getting
down onto the Okanagan river after
passing over llie Camp McKinney
divide. There need he lillle fear, however, hut Unit lhey will overcome all
iilistrurlinn, as Ihe engiiieeis of the
present day resold lo all kinds of
Stratagems to overcome natural ob*
(Uncles, iiiid as an evidence lake the
loop in the Selkirksfor instance,
Maui' hundreds nf dollars uf good
government money has heen spent io
the pasl iu an endeavor to furnish a
gii.nl grade around (be sand hllllf near
Penticton, but always with the same
result. Nature has nl last conquered,
nml iii>in takes a back seal; so tines the
road, for the government have now
decided to build a new section upon the
beilclltu nl. the hack of the sand bluff,
which will ensure Ihe possibility of
the highway being made use of al all
seasons of the year wilh eoinpura
tively little Inconvenience,
Mr, A B. Gray, a resident of Nelson
ami agent for li. P, Rilhel k Co. ot
Victoria, passed lhrough the district
last week, uud being in llie neighborhood on business bent ill conneiiioii
wilh ihe linn, gave an actual demonstration tliat const merchants arc
awakening to the fact that Boundary
ereek trade, as well as ihe Kootenny
trade is well worth looking after. It
is pleasing to note the coast merchants are bidding for llu. trade of Ibis
section, as to the coast and Eastern
Canada it belongs, iiiiii not to Spokane
and the Slaies as many would have
people believe,
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SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
READY F0RJ5USINESS
To the Miners and Prospectors of Boundary CreekDistrict:
®
I
T beg to announce the opening of my new store at Anaconda, B. C.
* with a large and well-selected stock of general merchandise,
suitable for the needs of the country, and where 1 will be in a position to give my best intention to the large ancl growing trade with
which I am now favored, and of which 1 hope to merit a continuance. Having done business among you for the past two years,
it is hardly necessary for me to introduce myself further than to
state that all orders intrusted to my care will be filled at the lowest
possible prices consistent with quality.   Yours for Trade,
J. McNICOL - - ANACONDA, B. C.
FLOUR{f ~"~^FLOUR
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TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Oarrying Dry Goods, Groreries, Boot.* .itul Shoes. Rpndy
Made Clothing, .Miners' Supplies, Floor Biicoti.. LariL
late tin  Iinui  AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness ancl Saddlery
Depui'ltiiPiit has lift'ii itddcd, wlit-re everything in llml
line will be found,   REPAIRING  SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay; and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
wishing Ihemeveryeiijoymenl .lhrough ] on to develop lhe mine atoned hereby
out the holidays, Hie reverend gentle- adding another to thu list of Boundary
man dismissed the scholars to their creek pay rolls,
well-earned holiday.
MINING   NOTES.
For lhe past three months iind until
within the past few days, wnrk had
been suspended upon lhe Last Chance
claim ill Smith's camp. Now, however,
Mr, Smith's men are at wnrk again
under the for unship of Mr, A, McDonald, and il i.s reported work will be
carried ou continuously for some time
to come.
Mr. T. A, Garland has purchased a
..iie-lhiid interest in lhe Anchor claim
from Messrs. McDonnell and Petersen,
The Anchor was ensl by the owners
uu the famous Jewel ledge iu Long
Lake camp, and by the repot Is uf tin*
richness of ils ore, when weighed with
the Imlanee of claims to he found iu
tin* eamp, will not be found wanting.
ATTENTION
I have a Splonctttl Assortment of
Drawing Room, Dining Boom,
. .   . Library, Kitchen,
Ami Sovoral KoIk ot
Bedroom Furniture
Km* sain at reasonable prices mul on oftfcy
tonus of payment to approved piiroliusors, ill
my its id on re, Midway, mi Inspection of which
is Bollcltod by
m. w. Palmerston.
Since pulling  men  to work on I he Mf   W      If OljilW j? 1 I
Texas claim on Ingrai iinlttlii, Mr. j J,   ff ,   a_\jU\J " Jjiii
BUTOHEa,
. The annual examination of the p •
pilsof the Midway public school look
place on Friday last, and was conducted in lhe presence of ipiileu number of parents and friends. The school,
which was huleekcd wilh a profusion of wild flowers and uvet greens,
presented a pleasing appeal mice, as
alsodid the pupils, who were gotlen
up with scrupulous cure by llieir
parents for lbe occasion,
The subjects touched upon were
many und varied, and lhe manner in
whicli the pupils answered lhe questions put, lo llieni in arithmetic, grammar, anatomy, geography, etc., by
their teacher, Miss Levis, nol only
elicited much praise from lhe visitors
but greatly delighted the. parents
who were fortunate enough lo witness
the alacrity with wbich their offspring
answered throughout their severe
catechisms,
The exercises over, the Rev, Mr,
Irwin stepped lo the platform, and in a
few well-chosen words complimented
the scholars upon Iheir progress in the
many subjects in which lhey were ex-
ainincd, remarking at the same time
the honor he fell in being select ed us
the one to perform the pleasing duly
of distributing lhe many and valuable
prizes to those fortunate enough lo
have been worthy of them. All effort,
said the speaker, deserved ils reward,
and therefore li. was witli pleasure he
presented the choice prizes It. iliose
who had striven the must and had won
them, therehv not only reflecting greal
credit upon themselves, and teacher,
but'at Ihe same time furnishing an incentive to Ihose less fortunate toslrive
hinder In lhe future. Reminding lhe
little ones that a good picnic was iu
store for tin-in on lhe morrow, iiiiiI
Spo
burg, Wash,, is credited willi pulling
lhrough lhe deal, and the purchaser is
suid to he a Mr, Bailey of Spokane,
win. will form a joint stock
company for lbe handling of Ihe
properly, if report is lo lie relied on
lhe substance of the deal is as follows:
$5,0(10 cash down, $20,000 iu Ihree
uionllis, and a retention bylheuwners,
Messrs, 1). Mcintosh and ,1, Muck, of a
quarter interest In thu property, ll is
to lie hoped u confirmation of ibis deal
may be made nexl week,
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SILVER KINO AN11 II10N CAP.
The Iwo cliiiins, llie Silver King ami
Iron Cap, situated in Skylark eamp,
and lieing in close proximity It. llie
Skylark claim, wliieli was recently
sold it. Mr. Hanger of Untie, have been
disposed of for cash to Mr, T.
Hogaii of Spokane, l.y the owners,
Mr. Thus, Wake und others. Mr.
.lohn bought*, made tlie transfer of the
property, hehavltigan interest therein,
and ii. is understood It was purchased
for llie express purpose of being
sl'iekcd, bul whether or,not tlie shares
will he pul upon lhe market has not
transpired,
The price paid for the imtipnty htia | BOUNOARY FALLS,  B, C
not, been made known, but enough is I
known of llie richness of the claims U
assure Its being it good invest tmitl il
SAUSAGES.
Graham, Ihe owner, has cmnc In Ibf
conclusion that lhe wurk nf drifting
done last fall was somewhat of a mistake, as lie is now aliuosl  positive a
! body of ore lies and runs parallel with  ANACONDA B. C.
lite tunnel on ils west side.' To verify |
! his conjecture he Is now drif'lng In Prlmost of
I Ihe wesl wall of tin. tunnel, uud with
what restilla will be soon known, as he TJOfll PfiPu MI-I I (til QPfl
expects to strike a body of ore within I Ml" I A "t IV, IIILIIUH (Mil
a distance of SO or 40 feet,
I   The St., Bernard eluiin in Providence
ramp changed hands a few days ago,
the same having lieen purchased hy
Mr. Galloway from Messrs, Patterson
nud Stewart, the owners,   Already a
contract has been let for the sinking
of a shaft to a depth of 50 feet.  The
Si, Bernard is not one of the huge
'ledges of Ihu eamp, lilt hits a small
vein of very high guide ore running
through it, which it is said gives an
average assay of ul.oiit $2110 ill gold
and silver.   Ilis not certain whether
the present owner will ship llle ore
taken lit.in Hie claim or nut, but if he
wished to do su, it is of a sufficiently
good grade,
j   It Is reported on pretty gnnd authority lhat the  Winnipeg claim iu
I Wellinglon  camp  has been  sold   to
! Spokane parlies.   Mr. Elliot of Ellens-
HALF WAY
KETTLE RIVER
V.DOTWEE1C*'
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
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Cost Erantis Liquors and Cigars
George Edwards - - Proprietor
AT THE-****--
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Oai: So icitod.
A. R. TiLLMAN,
Proi*.
•JSTDoHVery wflgon l<> ull towns und umipH iu
ilm neighborhood,
FREIGHTERS"
Purchase goal baled hay at
Penticton. Finest quality and
reasonable price. To be had
at Mr. A,  IT. Wade's .store
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
Tobacco.  Canned   Fruits,  Bviipornleil   Finds,  .lams,  Jellies,  Canned
Vegetables,   Etc,   Picks,  Shovels,   Hammers,  Saws,  Nails,
Anvils. Bellows, .lessup Steel,  Ete. Fresh  Eggs
and Duller, Hams ami Bacon ill close prices, .
RENDELL & CO.
City
Mound,
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BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C,
J.  J.  "SHrHCKPH
FieoFRIZ ICH.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.   Nc"
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
)')d Stjblins,,
Though ilu nol f.iil to take advantage of
(liis rather limited opportunity, and
hnvo your Photo Lakon while ymi huve
i hai opportunity nf obtaining n true uml
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Work Kxoontod to Ihu Satlt
faction nf Cu8toini.ru.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview. B. C.
® ® Pepfe-
And a neatly finished picture, J, H.
Storniortoa proficient workman in his
productions of art, and guarantees por
[eel satisfaction, Cabinets only $,',.i;fl.
California Gallery, Midway, B,
.1. W, \'KKI>,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
All Work Warranted,    n.l-3ai
A CARD.
I hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers ol Greenwood City
lots, thai I am, and have bden
for sonic time past, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligible for registration at th.'
Registry Office at Kamloops.
I desire to make known ihis
fact so lhat a direct contradiction bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that]
a clear title could nol be con-
Estimates furnished upon ap- veyed to purchasers of property
properly winked',' which "no do'n'ht it | prication lor all kinds of work, in the above townsite
Brick, Lime and other ma-1 R WOOD.
GREENWOOD
CITY<-
Is I he Central Town and Supply Point nf the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps.   From ihis Net. Town roads
lead til llie
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark,'White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment,
Fur Price nl' Luis and Oilier Informal ion. Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
fliecnwnnd City, Hound.iy Creek. B. 0,
Or Apply io Agents,
C, F, Costerton, Vernon, M. C.
A. I)  Burnett, Spokane, Wash.
A.  K, Sii vkt,  Vancouver,  B, C,
W. B. PATON
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j.. FURNITURE., j
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McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
C3*iJ,o©3ts._,i*«'*oocl   Oi-fcjr.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
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PADM ORE & PEEK'S    -    -    -    PI-JOPRIETOI.JS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
will lie. having fallen Into such experienced hit nils.
ii is niidi'isiood iiuu will Le pnt'icrial kept constantly on hand
n« nod Cily, li. ('„ Mnv IS. I8IH),
BLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING   AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW. R..C, THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEpy - /p - Sfthl - SABLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Ilorses for 1 lire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
We have jus! opened ihe above hotel nt Greenwood Cily, and are prepared
lu welcome guests and provide good iiccominodalion. Good Catering, l'*irst
class Livery Sl.tl.le.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
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.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL.
Cr. O. SHURSON, Prop.
FAIRVIEW, li. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION ~        . GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
K.A.TI-1'S   HOE5T   HOTEL,
i.r.MBY, h.i
Ei tst-Class A fei mi 11 inula tii ni for Guests,
Good 11 ani im: and Fisilln**
Stages to Vernon and Hlue Springs.
Louis jX£ox?etx_.dL, Prop.
IHE  PARIS  BELIE DECISION.
Dominion Day
CELEBRATION
AT
MIDWAY
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THE  FUTURE
AnacondA |    The Kettle Biver Country
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The Nelson Triliine, coiniueiitlng
Upon lhe I'atis Hell* decision, says:
" The telegraphic reports of the decision iu Ilm case of llie Nelson and Fort
Sheppnrd railway vs. the Paris Belle
Mining eon.puny are Boiucwliul softened when the Incidents connected
witli lin* rendi'iing of llie saint! are
known. Owing to Il.e alisence of I lie
defendant's counsel in Ottawa for
sen.ml weeks Ihe ease was adjourned,
Until sides of lhe case were anxious
for a decision, so thai in fhe event of
its heing adverse an appeal could lie
enlered in the full court in .Inly. To
iinii Ihe wishes of llie counsel Chief
.lostice Iia.ie gnve judgment for lhe
plaint ill', Imt the grounds forlhc saute
win mn iippenr .1 the written judg-i Ladies' Foot Race
iiiiiii is handed down.   In any event, I
llie  case   was  destined   fur  lhe full
collli,   so   tha
Davie has   t
linlil Ilia legal men   who  apne.'ire.l in '    ,\l the new'Hotel Anaconda will he
the case are io limit Ihis neck.   P. V. I held iu llle evening,   Fur futiher par-
Hmlwell, who appeared forlheNels Icuhirsaml schedule of sports
ami Fori Sheppnrd railway, is niilui- £gee      Fostei'S,    «£▼▼▼▼
ally satisllt'd with the judgment and is ..„,,.,„._,._..._,* w f
RAILWAY, MINING AND M
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AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
Wednesday, July 1. '96
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Upwards of $200to te Given Away
Horse Races, Foot Races
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Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars .Apply to
W. H. NORRIS,   on■''•»   R. C. ADAMS,
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Armstrong & Lauder
Tie Hardware,Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda,B.C.
X Sell--*-*—-
Mcf U'Jiry <ecl rnngcH, wood Cook xtnven, cortl t'ook .tfotps* pBriof stores. box stove*
miiiCTfl' cnnip Btovea, or nuy stove you want, allverwuro, gnuiitevmrev crockorywaro
KlasHwnrn. woodcnwino, llnwaro of all kinds, toilet sets. \mnWnte of all kinds
cutlery, forks mid n\n)a\tn, Ualny cburiiH. Now Willtonw Pewiftg mik'binfts, wring-ire
mulling nindiini!«, window nluule*.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Thai ivoro ii.vnr.le.1 the K"l.l metal at Il.e Chicago World's fair in K93,
Furnace Work,   Steam   ancl  Pipe Fitting,   Iron  Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines.
What it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outflt
At VV, ,1. Armstrong's; One 21-Inch hellowa complete, 140-pound anvil,
I shovel, 1 pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 drill hammer, I lilacksinllh's hummer, 1 18-Inch drill (either }, J or one inch), 1 80-Inch drill (either J, J or 1
inch), all for llie sum of $25, or imyllHiig else ti witterWAnts, .lessop's
sleel only usetl iu drills. Send your rush with lhe older. If you are not
ill lhe city send Older Iur groceries, as it will he lilleil. I will supply any-
Ihing you want.
Armstrong k Lauder, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Pentieton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
RTiclielles   «£e   ZC.exi.oxLf, Ii-fcd.
Victoria,  2B. O.
■ A&BICULTURAL MACHINERY.
"335}   ! SOLK AGENTS FOR
*® Brantford ® Binders © and § Mowers
of lhe opinion llnil ilis good law.   Ilo | T/ppD     RROQ
tleelined iu discuss the nml Ier hul ex-   l\ DlvWO.
pressed Hie opinion  tl here were1 —^-BCTOIIERS.
presseti Hit* o|
Bi'iernI grounds upon whicli Hie Purls
11 -lie liicittioii could lie declared illegal.
The fact that the locators did not i ,- GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
ply with ilie legal reipui'i'inelils hefore
going upon the railway lands Io pros-
pet I wuuld, in his opinion, lie siil'lieieol
in have lite loc.tiiuii declared illegal.
,1, W. Taylor, of Vieloria, who iniitle
lhe Ugh! for the Paris Belle ctiiiipauy, i ,,*  i, \i ijvmi'I |.'
is cotilldent of winning upon appeal. |
There is in, occasion for the ilium own-' Grmaxoaral    BlBoUsmith
i.s in llie railway lauds lo lose any KAIIiVH'W, B.0
sleep until ihe case has heen heard in
iii" lull court,"
MIDWAY,
Ment dollvorod nl Hack Crook anil nil the
Mining Cattiiw,
J. Kerd. R. D. Kerr,
Al!   Klads of rtepflirinif.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
T. ELLIOT
General - Merc
Fairview, B. C.
Largest and Best-Assorte
 IN 1*1110	
■SOUTHERN   INTERIOR
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
TIIK IIKST IX Till! MAIIKIT,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough*,, Harrows be, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VPlRWlN,
C. F. Oostei*ton, Agent.
A  GOOD  BEGINNING.
Wm. .McXeish, of the ('nlniiihia!
liint.-e. Golden, ai-rived in town on
Tuesday ailcriiiinn. lie is on his way
lo Trull, where lie lias consigned ii 15
loo shipment uf ore from his inine, lite | TA.3SI.1i
Hidden  Treasure.   The ore goes ex-  Sliowlng tlio Dates nnil I'lnccs of rourts I
I uiy Iiiiii in copper, slid  carries      nfAssli'.cNlslI'i'lus.Oj'oi'.iinilTei'iiiln-
hIIver iind gold,   ll  cosl. WH) pe j     erunil Oonornl.(laolDelivory for the
iiifreiglil liic ore from the property lo      •V('"1' imh
(i.ililen, nnd *li pet   tun from Ihere In   w, Bl'iuso Assizes,
 .„     ,,,   ,     ,„ Niiiiiuiiii. T.iomay, Stli May
lliu|.    ""' nM™   ll'cnsure is silu- NmvWlMtmiHl(1|. Tuumluy,ISLliMay
at ail on iSpilliiuclieiu. iiinitnlain, nliont' Vancouver Tuosiliiy. tOlli May :
I'.niv miles soul li oi'doldeil, lllld assays  ''Union Jl lay, Mill May
us high ns 01 par can. enpper, SU) in.'id   Vil'1'"'i" T"° >'. a-Sth May
IvumloopH Miinilny. 1st Juno
V'ornnii Monday, Hill Juno
'Nelson       Monday, ISl h Juno
TONES & ROGERS
HOUSE ANI) CARRIAGE PAINTING
fy^ Plain an^ Decorative
SIGNS 3       Paper Hanging
TSTo 01i.ixi.ese X3Lg1.jp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First. Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY," Proprietors.
and fi oiincos silver.   Mr. AIcNeish has
-iililan  inleresi   in  ihe mine to lhe
Miiiinii-liiiiis peuple.   who art n-
nectetl with Korne-Payne.  The properly is now lo he developed and may
cause the Guidon smelter lo resume,
Koolcnny Mail.
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CARIBOO  QUARTZ.
The I! !'. Mining .lournnl, relcrrlug
in Professor Hamilton Merrill's visit
to Garihoo, In examine propeii.' on
l.ehalf of a London, 1'iiglitnd syndicate,
says: " Mr. Merrill claims lu have examined, assayed   ami   lusted  ninny
.tuples uf nre whilst iii Garihoo othor
uuuuuuuuuuU kalsomining
'Donald Monday, 2'2iid Juno .
•Hpi-i'iiil Assize.
,(1  P'oHcflmul Mi<lw:iv. It. (',
Tie Kettle River Stage Line
Cunning over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
t \ & ■'*■..1 '-U\ ^
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Silllimsnf Ilitit'iiniilyCiiiii'l nf Vale will lie
liulili'iiii-f.illi.wa:
Ai Jllilway, .iul,. 15, :*!i(i.
At I Novum, Jill,,   IH,  :stl(i.
Al I In-Inni" i.f ilivin n'elcek i.i tin- for	
Iluin those liikeii from lliu properly    „. ,,„„, ,,,      f. A. II. LAJIIII.V,
under exiliuliuilion, and ll, is liis itelief i uovornincnl 011I.T, Osnyu  la r. V,
thai developinenl  wnrk will disclose May Dili, law. it
:::::,v,::,■;::l,:■h,;■,:^s::;:^l::;::;,; rook creek hotel ...
thinks Ihal ciiiifi'iil rat imi will play ao
iiuporliinl pot in lliu developinenl ol'; "ul "I'll OF HOCK URERK,
lhe Hold me of liic Carilion districl
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Grand Forks, 15. C, Below tlio Brld-jo.
Livery Teams, Saddle mid Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Crali: and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a  Specialty.
Leaves Ponticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FRES AND EXPRESS CH RCES   RE SONABLE.
M.MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Grand Forks, B. C
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAItSON, KETTLE RIVED,  II. 0.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Oreek Mines.
FANCY GOIDS . .
MSTA Ifl.lSIl I'll)    Ins,'),
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
",iriiii,:.K i.\i:m," First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  StageLines
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA    '   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
<M*M^WMW*****<>Wt mclaren bros.      ....      proprietors.
...a wtte^t^, »**~'|Our  Si'Kcialtieh   Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;) —*
'"rue from Pests.
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,: ,,,„ Kxran,
Stationery, Playing Cards
ancl Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin String's
and Proprietary Medicines. 1
I''IUST*CMSS    All iiMMHI'.TH.N    l-'llll  CrKKTi-
GOOD STABLING
lid He l.'i
, ,' a JZ„2™ .„,.,.,. I VERNON LIYEBY, FEED AND SALE
Send for Free CntnioFtie,
Hutcherson, Manasjer,
H. WRIGHT
SS
Agent for the
Anaconda, B. C.
Plienix Fire Insurance.
Repairing Neatly and PpomptlyDone
♦♦♦♦
^0, fl, KmN  .  MIDWAY, B. C.
Ordflri. by nUgo strlotly ftttonded tn. AildroM
A mn nmlii Morcantilc Go's Stor,o,
Ha-Ho, to the Boundary Creek Mines!
 THR OllAND FORKS, MAUOUS AND MIDWAY	
linns Uctwccn M-imiismi' Graitil b'orksilftllj*. Icavliig Marcus antl (.'nuni Forks til Vn. tn.
I.oiui's Ot'iin.! I'i,i'k» fm' lliii,™.'. Mondays, Woilnostlnys nml Krliliiys m 7 a, in.
Lciivitu Midway forQnuid forks and Mat'oiis,i'riiendaj'R,t'riiiin.dayBaiid Saturdays, 7 a. in,
GOOD  STAG-US        -       -       BSASOITAEI.1E!   XtA-VXXS
MANLEV k AVERILL PROPRIETORS - - - GRAND FOHKS, B. C,
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses, Ladies'
untie double and single drivers and saddle horses,    Hon
ses
boarded by the week or month.   Box stalls it" desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
\V, Gakdnkr, Proprietor,

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