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Vol. VI, No. 3.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA* MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1898.
$2;00 per Year.
R.
W. JAKES, M.D..O.M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKItNON, II. C.
Late ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knu.
r\R, OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. MoLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc,
Anaconda, B. C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND 80LIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC,
Veunon, B. 0.
J    K.JOHNSON,
LAW AND C0LLE0TIN0 AQENOY.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic
G-KA3STD  FORKS   -  •  • •   B. C.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.O.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER AND  SURVEYOR.
NOTAHV PUHLIC.
MlOWAV, B. 0.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, B. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Eiiijiiicer,
OROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN,
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps or Kettle Rlvor
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FAUs,
13 aOW,
AY and VERNON.
J.  G. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
■     ',. Ql -       .!. I. 11. A. OUESS, M. A
GUEoS BROS.
Chomists .and Assayers
Tlwrouglily familiar witli Fairview and
Hmuidiiry Creek Mineral Propertied. Proper-
tioa Kxainlned. Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We buy the
tlle Very Best Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices. Give us a cull and be convinced Hint our
prices nre the lowest in this seelion of country.
and Shoes, Clothing, Ete.
We carry a large and well-selected stoek of above
and as we purchased our guilds for SPOT CASH we
are ennl iled to give our customers the lienedt of the
Discount.   Give us a Trial Order.
"VST. T. Slxartford a,n.d Co.
Fair v it-w, Cnmp McKlniicy und Vornon.
WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots* and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
J. McNICOD#
Dealer in
General  Merchandise.
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
Powder Magazine at Anaconda.
lciteii.
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C.
W. C. Heyivood.
W. L. Leonard.
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A.   "rXtXA-X.   SOLICITED.
Hudson's ay Co., Vernon,. 1.
X*. O. Eooc.  64.
OTEL PENTICTON
Heyvvaod & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connections at Penticton
With Steamer Aberdeen foi Pairview, Osoyoos, ami Oroville, Wash. Also
Camp McKinney, Rock Creek, Midway, Boundary Fulls, Anaconda, Greenwood
Cily, Carson, Grand Forks and points in Washington,
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
MIIJW.lV, 11. C.
Q.REENW00D, ll.C.
\l. n.llllETT. 0. T. HODGSON
BOUNDARY CBKBK
EnjinaoriiiJ and Assaying Co.
G-i-een wood City, B. C.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acqualntantie with the Kettle
River nnil lloiiiulnry (.reek Mlnlnir
Districts.
W. IULRYMPLE
Creiiei-al     BluclcHinlth
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
All Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
J. W. I<EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted!    o3-2in
F. B. JACQUES,    i
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
repairing a specialty,
vernon, b. c
Gommereial Job Printing.
'THE ADVANCE,"
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k MeLEOIl, Proprietors.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds of fanctory
work kept in stock and made to order. Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanaoan Lake, Handy to Shipment.  Sash ano Door
Factory on C. P. R„ Vernon,
HSSTABLISHBID  1683.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
".TUBII,i<:n',   B-ARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
<x<^k-nK-***<fl«k*rf«J»*>Bi^.
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutchekson, Manager.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImINU
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. m
Arrives Greenwood. Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
 HA	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
xx. x>. axoxtxtxmow. pbofrietob
FANCY GOODS..
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin String's
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Phcenix Fire Insurance,
:♦♦♦♦
ED. A. HAIN  •  MIDWAY, B. C.
®     ®     ®
®   ®
KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record or Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending November 11, 1896.
NOVEMBER li.
Auburn, Kiniherly camp, ThninnS
Dolile,
Fmnt-ls K. Boundary creek, C. E.
Yorke.
NOVEMBER I.
Mountain Chief, Long Lake rump;
W, H. Hiekerson.
Sunset, Loup; Luke cnmp, W. II.
HickiTsun.
NOVEMBER 6.
Lady Washington (fractional),
Brown's rump, II. E. Bench P.Atwood
and 0. AlWOild,
Mucking Bird, Long Lake cninp; C.
H. Stewart
Soiilhern Belle; Clink's camp, W. J.
Shniiick,
Ogilen, Summit rump, E. S. Topping.
Snow Slorm, Wellington camp, P.
W. McGregor.
NOVEMBER (1.
Lunula, Oratld Forks, P. Hiiminn
and F. Race.
NOVBBBRR 7.
Trafalgar, West Fork Kettle river,
Alex. Wallace.
Sky Light, Edwards' Ferry, IJ. Et.
Olevenger.
Mdlvlew, Cascade City, F, J. Ditnkle
and It. Dawson.
Mi/.pah, Chrislinn lake, F, M. Longshore.
NOVEMBER I).
Mountain Maid, Khulierly cainp, P.
F. Kane,
Chrisliniis, Deadwood cninp, E. A.
Bi.'lenherg,
Union Jack, Brown's cnmp, A. Lung-
ford.
NOVEMBER 10.
Mary L, Summit cuuip, E, W. John-
sloue.
0 P, Brown's cainp, .1. II. Nash.
CERTIFICATES OV WORK.
NOVEMBER ;*).
Twins, ti. M. Kirkhaiu, L. A. Manley
and G. Hicken
Lilly K, S, M. I'irkliaiu, L. A, Man
ley nnd Q, Hicken,
Big Chief. W, Austin and S. M.
Kirkhaiu.
NOVEMBER 7.
Terrllile, E. P. S.iy.lain,
Butte, (1. W. Averill.
Iron Horse, G. VV, Avei'lll,
NOVEMBER I).
Summit, W. A. Cnrl.i-ii,
Coluinliiii, E. A. Bleleiihiirg.
NOVEMBER 111.
Mohawk, G. M. Miller, A. Shannon
an.l .1. Briiudi.
Little Giiint, W. C. Harris uml .1.
Layeux.
Empire, A. Onion,
TRANSFERS,
KtOVEMllEli HI.
Grey Eugle; ull interesl..I. Wisrniuil
nud (I. c. Washlmrn to W. IV. Spiuks:
Grand Forks, ull interest, .1. L. Wise-
nlnu ,-llld G. 0. Wtisllhlllll  lo \V, \V
Spinks;
Indiilii (Jiiecii; nil Inlel'csl, .1. A;
Elliott to II. Shrink
Masc.ll, illl llllcresl, W. K. While
to II. Shrink
Little Volcanic, illl illteriislj 11. A.
Henderson lo 11. Slleiid'.
Indian Queen, all inleiesl, II.Slic.ulS
loOranil ForksQold Mining i-onipniiy.
MasCotl, ull interest, II. Sheails III
Grand Finks Hold .Mining company.
Little Volcanic, all Interest. H;
Sheads lu Grand  Forks Gold Mining
company,
Thursday,' inleresi, H, P, Tunintri
to AijOmom
(lliulstnne, all Inleiesl, A. tl, ill'-
Donald lo II. 1): Cninl-rlin ami K. 0:
Shudivlck.
4.4   —
VANCOUVER   TO   HAVE
A   SMELTER.
Though (In nut fail to take nil vantage nf
this ratlior limited opportunity, and
huve your Plmtii taken wliilo ynu have
that opportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly finished picture, J. B.
Slormer Ip a proficient workman In hi*
productions of art, and guarantees per
feet Hatisfaetion. Cubinota only {5.00.
California Gallery, Midway, B. I
JfERR BROS.
-*-» BOTCHERS
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat delivered al Hack Crock and nil the
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr, R. d. Kerr.
NOVEMBER 8.
Paragon. J inleresi, J. W. Sweeney i upun her fortune io securing
B.  I-'. Wing,  T. Ilirsh nnd   .1.   M. enterprise having ul the lm
Mr. Rusl, manager of tin- Ryail
smelter ul Tuconiu, snys work will he
commenced within the space of sixty
days upon lhe conslrucllon of a new
plain, al Vancouver, He is quoted in
llu- Spokesman-Review ns follows:
"All our lliiiinrial arrangements for
llle erection ofllie Vancouver smeller
have lieen eoinplel ed. Those vihu are
harking Ihe enterprise ure eastern pur-
ties, chief uiiioug them heing 0, 11.
Simpson of Sciaillon, I'eiin., the largest miner of uuihrncile null in lhat
stale. Tiie smelter will have u capacity
ofalioiii 250 tons a ilny. It will contain refineries fur Lnill cupper nnd
lead, We expect to he nhle In handle
ores In ahout six months, Wo expert
to smell British Oolumhia ore's almost
exclusively, receiving eonslgmonls'
from Trail creek, Slocan, Russland,
Carillon, Alherni, Texiula island und
from all llle districts of tlle province.
"Tlie Turmoil smelter has la-en liusy
this summer. We have had really
more ore than we could handle. Wu
have lii'uu receiving a gienl deal fronl
Oregon and Alnskn. and also a roll-
slderahlu uiianlily from liiilish Co-
Innil.ia.   Our out put during llie sum-
mer hus lieeii illunil slui'..iNm a i Ih.
Last month ll wusal $m.Ml.  This
i.iuler, llle pruspeels are. WB will lie
running coiltlllllotlsly, ami will have
iiiiiii- ore lllaii weenn handle, We expect to add to tlie capacity of llie Til■
i uiiin sinellei la-fore a greal while."
The Taeomii smeller was slarlcil ill
Si-plenllier,   ISIIO,  and   ils Hies  have
iiuver heeu allowed lo go down shire
| Ihal Iiuu-exeepl I'm u lew ilnys during
ilie railroad strike in 1K.U.
Vancouver is to In- congratulated
sueh uu
k nl  il
OToole to .1. E, Walters.
Pussiulenii, J inleresi,.). W.Sweeney
B. F. Wing, T, Ilirsh und,1. M. OToole
to J. E. Walters,
El Push, J inleresi, ,1. W. Sweeney,
B. F. Wing, 1. Ilirsh aud .1. M.OTiiolc
to J. E. Wallers.
Tacoma, H interest, J. W. Schinuck
to H. L. Nash aud W, H, Moure.
Berkshire Buy, J inleresi, W. If.
Moore lo H,L.Nash anil W,.1.Schinuck
llohiii Adair, i inleiest, J. K, John
son to S. S. Schiller.
Volcanic, Wolverine and Iron Cap,
all interest (in trust), T. Ellis to J, A,
Manley.
Volcanic, Wolverine and Iron Cap,
ull interest (ill trust), R, A. Brown to
J. A. Manley.
NOVEMBER 4,
I such thoroughgoing I'UsliicstJ men, and
nu dnuhl seeing llie iiiauagemenl .if
affairs will lie iu good hands, lhe un*
dertaklng will la- curried io success.
The liuililing uf lhe smeller will lie a
greul fuclor iu hastening llie Construction of a railway froui Vancouver 10
the Coluinliia liver, nnd l'orlliis reason
alone, if fur no other, wn tn.sl no pus*'
sihle impediment unly he thrown in
the way nf Vancouver's new Industry.
 kH	
BARNEY BARNA10 INTERESTED.
fs
ift
Alta Vista Fruit Raneh
For Salr^n^
APPLES
I PEARS
1 PLUMS
TS
Si HiSiSiSiSiSiJ'ASijtli
TS TST.IiST.I T.ITSTST'ST'S
Write lor Prices to
L.   PRIDHAM,
If Rossland ad.iccs are collect,'
Barney Burnato is heing lepreseulcd
in tin-ciiunrry l.y Mr. tlirselicl-Uolleii'
the geiillenian who pussed llirougll
this ii.-cl.i.iii a week or two ngu, nnil
| whilst at Fairview purchnsedapriipeiiy
Belle of Oltuwa, 1-1(1 Interest, T. ti. j in ihe camp, as ulso u claim ou Kiugcr
lligginson in G. E. Drew. j mountain,   Mr. Cohen did nut iliscluse'
Mountain Monarch, 1*1(1 interest, T.S. I his connection with llu. great K.illir
lligginson In G. li. Drew. i King while sojourning here, und pel-
War Eagle, 1-10 interest, T. S. Hig- i Imps it is well he iliil nol; fur had he
glnsun loG. E, llrew, l ilomi so, he uoiluulil would have found
0 K, 1-21 interest, T, S. lligginson to1 ii much hinder in have liecome in'
leresled   iu  suine  of our properties,'
Sliniili) ihere lie nu iloillil as to his co».
tiecllun with Bariiato, then Ihis dis-
niil is I'o.luoaii- in huvllig captured
lhe inleiesl  nt So imlahle a speculator
in Ihe lllllllng world.
G. E. Drew.
NOVEMBER 5.
Ready Cash, fl Interest .). Dalipiial
toC. -I. Gafverl.
Golden Crown, J interesl, J, Lind lo
0, J. Gafverl,
Silver Plate, all inlensl, .1. Cockell > • «
to J. A. divines, TRAIL   TO   NO 7.   MINE.
NONEMBER li.
Granite,  J  inleresi, G. Madden to1    So  thoroughly   coiiilnced  aie  tin*'
W. E. S, Coyne, people of Anaeonda of  lhe  future  In
Granite No. 2, '  Interest, Q, Madden  store for till-Ill   iiins.i'unii   upon   lid:
lo W. E. S. Coyne. development of iheNo 7,  iiilue,  'hey
Fraction Nu. 10, J interesl, 0. Mad* i nre Inking lime hy lhe   luieloeloe and
den tu W. E. S. Coyne, i are preparing u meunl of ingress to the
NOVEMBER 7. camp direct, from llieir town;  l.y Hi
Christy, all  inleresi, J. Conelly lo
A. L. McDonald,
Gladstone, ull inleiest, J, Conelly to
A. L. McDonald,
VVelifool, J interest, E. K. Bridgnian
lo H. L. Jones and 0, E. Burr,
hiiilding of a first cluss Iniil. Knell
liusiness inan lius a representative ou
lhe work, uud us there is (milling lo
gain liy delays, no doulit il will soon
hegotfeiitlirough with. The connection
i Willi the camp is nuw hy way of Bound-
Vancouver, j inleresi, C. Bui hour to my Falls,ami this the Aiiacondupeople
jIor sale.   Prick $,3.00.
(,'. Iv PlTTRNlintUIl, I'.ocic Cn'iTU.
F. H. Young.
NOVEMBER II.
Svengali, {inleresi, ,1. Miinroe und
C. Harrington lo P. Asplnwall.
Trilhy, }, interest, .1. Miinroe nnd ('.
Harrington to P. Asplnwall.
Kiniherly, J interesl, G. Henderson
and R, Murray lo I. G. Thompson,
Adirondack, J inleiesl, M. 11. Kane
lo I. 0. Thompson.
look iiiiiiii ns loo circuitous. The shall
on Ihe No. 7 is how down about liVl
feet; uud the ore heing Inkcn oul
might easily he clussed with llie hest
"hlpplllgme iu British Colmnlim.
► t<	
When applying for crown grnnls for'
mineral claims, reipu-sf thnt the sumo
In- ml ven ised iii The Advance, the
olllelally recognized paper of ilw'
disirici. I
THE ADVANCE.
W. II. N0IUII8 1'aiii'uiKTiiii
I'liblisbeil   weekly   nt  Midway.  II. ('.
■JUIfttcrlplioil Price, i'i.lHl per uiiniiln, jujiililii
In advance, ottbor ycurly in- luilf ycnrly ut llu*
option of the subscriber.
Advertising ItaLis.aeiu un application.
Though the column, uf Tllii AUVANCS an:
always open fur llie dlsoiumlon ul matters of
public interest an.l tmportanoo, wc .lu .ml ncc*
eesaarlly ondonu, any uf the opinions exprossod,
t'oiiespuliileiiee uf u persona! nnl ure will mil tie
publisiieil.
: :   A crow in this space iiuli-
: cues that your sulmei-ipUim
: :tu this paper has expired.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, I8IKJ.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Nor helng an iiuuapiratudclty. lhe
luhahiliillts of Midway huve lo rely
upon improvements heing made liy
the townsite owners, These unfortunately live n lung way olf, uud In fact
so far uwuy, lhat. lhey sei'tn uol lo
realize Midway's wiints|in'd necessities,
Time and lime ugalll lhey have heeu
iinportlined In curry out this or ihul
Improvement, iiiiiI In each uud every
anliriiaiinn lhey have turned either u
deaf ear, ur huve so laidily compiled
wilh the request as In excite the coin*
ment that lhey seemed not Uihenllve
to llieir own hest inleresls. In lhe
face, of the fuel Ihul they nre men of
menus, and huve one of lhe very hest
Illll llllll sites for a lown In lie
funnel anywhere in Brilisli Coliimhin,
if seems strung.! they .should pursue
such a policy, Tli il inoiiey cm he
squiiiidereil in uu endeavor lo luiilil up
towns having nu iiiilural advantages,
we ure quite aware, and did we not
realize Hint these natural advantages
were a feat lire of Ihe place, we would
l.e silt-id upon llie suhjeci. The company own sen-rul hundred acres of
laud hi the vullev, much of wliieli will
nol for Home years lo come he required
for liuililing purposes. This heing the
case und seeing I hut. a vast amount of
money is continually heing sent ...it of
the country lor ull kinds of donieslic
produce, why do uol the eompiiny suh-
divide a goodly porli, f the land
inlo small holdings aud place il upon
the innrkel ut. once at. reasonaiile
liguies, Ihereliy giving purchasers an
opportunity of acquliliiga small linlil-
iug, and as well of supplying a remunerative innrkel wil.lt lhe produce al'uve referred to, which heing
grown at home would havo the effect,
of stopping ilm said drain of tnoiie-
front lbe dlslrlcl, In the iidvniilnge of
lhe settlers nnd ihe iiphuiuliog ol'
tlie lown Wu commend litis uelioll
lo llie company, nnd wuuld suggesl
Ihul no lime l.e losl, .-i; Ihul purchasers
in.ty enter iulu possession ul once, und
he iu it position In commence active
operations upun llieir holdings in llie
spring. The Introduction of wnler In
the lown, lhe plaining uf shade Irees
in ihc streets, llie huildiug i.f sidewalks, assistance to different, industries, such as a brewery, sash uud door
factory, a creamery, elc. lire math rs
deserving of attention, and mv. wel|
worth looking inlo hy those whose
duly ll is to lenye no slone unturned
to iiinke Midway ihe mosl plctsuul,
prosperous and important town io lhe
soul hern porlion of Yule distltct,
At lhe nexl ineeling of lhe provincial legislature, uinoiig other charters,
uii important one ns nffectiiig this district will he applied for, viz , n charier
granting incorpornlloii lu Il.e Cascade
Water, Power and Light company.
The object of Ihe company as set forlh
is ihc furnishing lo the towns und
mining camps of lhe district, water for
domestic, mnnufacl in iug, mining and
olher purposes; also light, ileal und
power hy mentis of electricity, Tlie
construction und operation of Irani-
way uud lelephone systems are also
contemplated l.y lhe new company,
The Held sought lo lie covered is it
■very large one, us lhe company seeks a
franchise over a lerrllury extending lo
a radius of 111 miles from lhe town of
Grand Forks, or in other words, over
nearly tliu whole of the Kettle river
in uing division of Yale districl. Space
in "in- present issue does not admit,
therefore wc reserve comment upon
llie abuve i-hurler for a fiiluruuc.cii.sli.iii,
 .— 4.4	
COUNTY  C0UH1'  AT  MIUWAY.
sued for a balance due under a liuililing contract, Mr. T. Hardy bud a
counter chim entered, und us the
plaint iff was nol present to carry on
the case, it was set aside and the
runnier claim of Mr. Hardy proceeded
with. The suit was the outcome uf a
iiiitifullillinciii of contract on behalf
of lhe plaintiff iu the first cuse. Briefly
staled, the I rouble originated as follows; Mr. ('. Hurt entered inlo an
agreement wilh Mr. T. Hardy to erect
at Anaconda the I nilding now known
as the Palace hotel, The work hud to
l.e finished within a stated time, lliis
lieing tin, essence of lhe contract. A
certain amutinl. nf work wus done hy
lhe contractor, und the contract having been violated, Mr. Hardy took
charge of the work and carried it lo
cinnplcliou, The mutter for lhe court
to decide wus Hit* point at whicli Mr.
Hardy's liability In lhe conlruclor
ceased, uud the contractor's liability to
Mr. Hardy commenced, according tu
lhe work done by each. As this could
unly he determined l.y submitting the
plans and specillctlliotls uml nn inspec-
tlull uf Hie liuililing lo u competent
architect, the muller wus referred lo
nud lefl iu the li iiids of Mr. Hansom of
Gi'uonk'uud, who will submit bis report at Hie next, silling of tlm court.
The above case having been disponed
of. Thomas lingers wus brought liel'oie
the court, charged with lhe crime of
lliefl. committed at (laanil Forks oo
llu* 2tll.h July, upon which occasion he
pocketed a wai ch belonging to a mail
by lhe inline uf Til as.   The case was
iidjoli lied from (he previous court held
ill Align*,! by, request uf solicitor for
the licensed, who was not. then prepared lo defend Ihu case.   The licensed
j thnll elected lo be tried liy speedy trial,
und now pleaded guilty ou the advice
of his solicitor, He wus sentenced in
ihree months' imprisonment wiih hard
labor, lhe judge taking inlo consideration lhe fail ihul helludalready served
three mouths while awaiting trial.
i .1. P.McLeiid, barrister of Anaconda,
brought the lust cuse before llie court,
■ oil behalf of his clieiil, Churles Hiinis,
who appealed uguinst a ceulenee in-
Ilicled liy W. II. Norris, J. P„ on.llie
j 2nd insl., when lhe said C. Bums wus
| brought, up charged wiih uu ulfelisii
under sub-sucllon (ll) of section (20?) of
the criminal code. The appeal was
taken upnu technical grounds, lo sub*
tnlll which counsel endeavored to en-
Imp the court, The judge, howcvcri
appreciated the tieud nl' nlV.n.s, ami
susiaiiied lhe convict ion,
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COUNTY COURT AT 0i0Y003.
Ou Sulurdny the 7th inst., befure his
\h i-Judge Spinks, a silling of lbe
..il ove court was held,
lu lhe suit Ellis v. Green, lhe claim
I was dismissed, und llie cuiinlercliiiiii,
i Green v. Ellis, was also dismissed, uud
cub pl.iinlilf was ordered lo pay the
other's cos:s.
Ellis v, Allison—Judgment, wns given
for llu- plaintiff,
In llie case, A, Johnson v, Sproule,
decision was given in favor of A. John-
| soil,
;   Thus. Feulherstone surrendered  to
Imil, which bud been grunted l.y R.
daws-tun, J, P„ before ..In.in he wns
j hroiighl on n, charge of creating a tils-
| tiirhnnce ul Osuyms on ihe ailh till.,
uml nlso for httvnigiissaiilledaii officer,
|Mi'..l). A. Ii. Lamlily whilsl.in llieexe-
I culion of bis dm y. The accused elected
to lie Iiiiil by jury, and was I hen-fore
enniuiltled to 'heusslzes,
In our lusi sink's Issue sonic errors
crept into ihe report of (be proceedings of lhe above courl, uml therefore
j we re-publish ihc proceedings, adding
lit'ccssury cm reel ions.
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When applying for crown grants for
mineral elnlms, requesl thut Iheuiuue
lie iidvenised in Till-: ADVANCE, the
iii'iicinlly recognized puper of the
; ilislrict.
MIDWAY HOTEL.
Grail Opening Ei.
'■' Thorsdaj Eve. Nov, 26.
A silling of the above com I was held
in I'lilnii'isliiu hull  on   Mnniliy Insl.    a AT T\ QTTD'D'C'D
lhelll.li Insl, Ills honor Judge Spiuks[ AIM JJ   -   oUfl llK.
presiding,
Before proceeding with llle business 	
of I be courl, mil uriili/.itl loll pn pel s were
gi allied lu Charles Kelslo and Pell
Helstab of Midway,
Toe Hist cuse before llle coin I wa
thai of ('.ink v. McCormick, which
was adjourned al und transferied froui
the lust silling of I lie iniill ul. Vernon,
The Pluiutilf: Cook, Hot pulling in uu
appeiiruiice in en cry ou lhe case, it wns
stiuck out and an order given for costs
iigninsl the pluiutilf,
The nexl wus a lieu case, Bruce v.
Pattersiili, Stewart, Suiailcs.iml Wood.
Ciiimi.el for lhe defense sought an adjournment imlil lh" silling of tiie next
courl, ou ihe ground lhat the principal party affected by the suit, Mr.
Stewart had uot been duly uotllted of
Hn* action. Tin- adjournment was
granted, suhjeci lothu costs of delay
being limed lo Ilm defendants,
A similar cuse, John OiUTell v. tlle
snuie paii-cs, was also adjourned.
('. Hurl v, T. Huiily wus the next
case culled, alia io this lbe plaintiff
THAMSWI1
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All Are Cordially Invited
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VKHNON, 11. ('.
Comniepcial Job Printing.
"THE ADVANCE,"
81"
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A_-_ntt  for^-
The Royal Inbobanoe Coy.
Tiik London ami Lancashire Pike
Insoranoe Coy,
The Inburanck Coy. op North
Amerioa.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Sun Life Assurance Coy of
Canada.
Tim Dominioi? Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser iron the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
BUILDERS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all l-ini's of
Bough -:- anil Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Lutlis, - Etc.,
can bo purchased at the
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
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\XX:-Xt/.&X-X*??X/XXi_&'X._.X-xr:V;tX\
! $1 FIREWOOD $1 !
1 ]
J per load. 1
J 1
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUfiH AND DBESSED
—LUMBER—
NOTICE.
To VV. H. Morris, Esq., Ccrald T. lie'gucn,
Esq., ami James Kerr, tii;., Justices of
tlio Fence:
TAKE NOTICE llml wo initnil i . iiunlv nt
liic hum siltlnj/ ut in.. M-a-usiug 1     li  ililic
bullion liy you ni iiuiiui ol tin  i ilvl*
soii.,(Yiiluillsiriui.luru truest     ..' fil
H. SIlllluulIB of llio li..*u-i. ,„ 11  .    1 a,  nan,
iloto,SittltltCOUlilt- It-r.lli. 111.  a        '.';'"i ii„.
I'll)* Of (irilllll.Vil.l'l, nn ,;....
I'll 11. - -a -■   . 1 a. wit.
llnleil al Qroaiivuuil i,     ... ...   m
NOTiCE,
•e.**., nrmn*: < ni- .
To W, H. Norris, E,i|., Geri
!d 7. Hodgson,
Esq., and James Kerr, i.
the Peace:
;q.i Justices oi'
TAKK NOTIOElliul 1 i.   u
lll'Sl aitlilij,'   ill 111,-I.l.    :     ..
' '.',""''ftnii'u
aiiitli'\V.'Nei*lii'lot™ii'e'li'   .
IU, luscll a|iilllll„l.    mill 1     ,
rciull upon llio inoiiiiru ......  ,
lllltoLltilllllO nil 1,.., 1*1 ,;..,; .
t'ily uf Urccnivooii, I .. . .i
i,"ii,
Djr his attorn jj .. i
Dated ai ii.viui.ia,,'. .... li,
i 1...     1.   Uuu.l
ii i i i.j
ii ■    iij   '.   by
-i-    .    . :..'i   cr
■-.;>, luiiiu
ii'i   i\:\.\.,
''..'.', iNo'v.', 80,
NO'i'irio.
To IV. II. Norris, J, 1*., uml It. 0. Kill-
ley, J. 1*.
Gsntlhmbn : 1 bug lu horoby glvo ymi notico
Ilmi I intern),n! tlioniiKl Hilling of tl.o Ulceus*
Ing Court, tu Its liclil fur ilm io.vcr portliai of
tlio Osoyoos division uf Viilo dlslriol, to apply
fnr a llcenso fui- ilu- aula uf liquors iu mj prcuii*
SL-s iiiiiii- Uiiin]) HoKliiiioy.
.1. P, JlcCl liDV.
Octobor 2U, 1890. :t
. a     •$&'
ife
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C0UNTV COURT NOTICE.
Notico Is horoby glvon Unit a Hitting of llio
Ciiinii)- Court of Yalo will behold '
At Midway, March  ::,, !si)7.
Ai ilia hour uf ll o'clock lu ilu* forenoon,
llyooinimitiil, tv. (i. Mc.iiVNN,
Qiivoi-nmonl Olllco, MMtvny, tl. 0, 0,
Nov, Uth, ISM,
■i «•'•"." A"'.' 'ft':"vJ
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COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby glvon that, a-slttlng of tlio
County Court uf Vnlo will be hold
At O-oyoos,   Mnroli  12.  1SII7.
At the hull-of oleven o'clock ill I lit-fiirciioun.
By command,       ('. A. R. LAMIILV,
fjovornmoill Olllee, Osoyoos, R, 0, C.
Nov. nib. i««.
"notice.
Sltlliigsnf lbe Llconi IngCaurl fnr tho Osoyoos
uml Keltic (liver divisions nf Ynle districl,
will be hold nl Osoyoos nml Midway, ou lho
151b day o! December, 1893.
('. A. R. LAMBLY.
O'oyoof, B. C Nov. 12, ISM.
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDAltY OHI'liK, B. C.
.. The Hold Drop Boarding House..
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class .Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines.
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
For prices nn.l all olheriuforuiation apply lo
C. E. STUART - ■ - AGENT
CARSON, CHAM) PRAIRIE, ti. C.
the national
MATTE   SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AND SIMPLE METHOD
f\ of limiting Kiiijiliiile ures, rnicli us nickul,
cnppi!r, Rokl and bUvm oruH. In lociiHtiea
Wherfl lend <u-ch anil fuels uru Kcnrct* und almost iinntiiiiimblu, our pfritlo, water juckclcd
Made Kinelter Imn beoD rCCOgnteed with highly
siiiisfnt'tory rt'stilts,und has heen tliorouglily
tested un various pvrltio, BUlphtdo and urscnido
ores. In capacity of 2 to $) tons of oro per day.
It is the mosl practical, cheapest and simplest
mel lied of gold ami silver ore matting ami eon-
i-t'iitiiilin,: that is knmvu to-day.
It rcqiiireH no exlraordiniiry skill, no lead
ores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any
kind for llie smelter after it is started. The
sulphur in tiie ore is its natural fuel only, and
its cost lias no comparison with any other process of concentrating.
We are prepared io furnish any size orca-
paolfy plant complete to t-iil-Htantial mining
people, set it up mul furnish our men to run it
for them on easy iiaynieiils. Prices and specifications furnished wilh refereneea and testimonials on.application.
National Ore & Reduction Co.
ftTWJCheltenham Avenue. Kt. Louie, Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
-KOK-
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
-I.VI OBES
HORSE SENSE
T
J^ you about that large and well seleeied
d.nek of Clothing, Hats, Caps Hootsaud Shoes,
that have just been received, consisting of
everythiu',' roqtiirod hy the Miner, Hun.'her,
or Prospector. My stock of Uubbors, Qormiin
Seeks, Wool Socks and Illankets is eoniplcie
and of the very best at reasonable prices. My
slock of (iroecries is complete in every detail,
and would invito your inspection.
COLL
CARSON, B. G.
VERNON gPglNG gREWERY
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
0P_.o_4a.2l43-£it»izri_,
This large and well equipped  brewer)' has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
B©*sa?, ^Ll«e  ^,j*aj.*r3. 3P<q*:e?1;33?
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices  which  will  be  found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tho Boeodiipy Creok Country
A NACONDA HOTEL
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/♦♦% ANACONDA,  B.   C.
Visiiors to llu* Bonndiiry Creek Mining Cainps, Stop nl tho Anaconilii
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving- the Nursery
b P O K A N E   FALLS,
I'. ( i. liox 582. Washington
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, B, 0,
T. Sllio-tb   -   -  -   F3?oj?7?±Q"bc!>ip.
GOOD AC'OOMMUDATION.   GOOD STABLING.
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash.
NOTICE.
Tlio Osoyoos Vernon and Kettlo River
Milling Divisions of Yalo District.
NOTK'K in hereby ^iveii that all placer
Claims legally hold in the Owiyoos, Vernon and Kettle Hivcr Mining lHvlwioiiH of Yalo
District, are laid oVor from tlie 1st November,
1890, to the 1st June, 18W.
[Signed]     (*. A, H. LAMBLY,
(Iold Commissioner,
EST*
_VJk.ttT_.xi
Showing the Dates nnil Places of Courts
of AhhI/.i'.MhI 1'1'Ihs, Dyer and Terminer and General (Jaol Dell very for tlio
year iNiXI.
KALI, ASHIZKS.
('Union Thursday 21th September
llulitlcld Monday, 28th September
Kamloops Monday, 5th October
Lytton Friday, Uth October
Vermin Monday, 12th October
N'cw Wcstmister Tuesday, Urd November
Vancouver Monday, lit li November
Victoria Tuesday, 17th November
Nanalmo Tuesday, 24th November
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MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Ccrtillcatc   of   Iinprovoinciits.
Tn;*: MiiiiitiwiiN MixiiiiAi, Claim.
Situated in Doaiwoad Camp, Boundary Mountain, in tho Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
rpAKK NOTIOlfl that 1,0. D'D. Green, ut'ent
**■ for lhe Morrison Uold Mining ('onumiiy,
fml* ininer's eerlilleaie No. i^TiJ-i, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof. Id apply lo Ihu
.Mining i.ccorder for a ccrtinOAte of improve-
moiilfl, for the purposo of obtaining a Crown
grant to the abovo claim.
And fuitlii'i' lalto notice that- action, under
section '.\1, must lie commenced before Die is*
suancoof sncii certificate of iinprnveinenU.
Dated Ibis .'ml day of September, mm.      1
MINERAL ACT,
OlSin IFKIATIH   OF   IMPROVRNENTS,
WOTICB.
Tin: Aliou Mini:ual Claim.
Situated in Long Lake Camp In Ihc Kettle
Rivet- Mining Division of Yale District.
•TAKK NOTICE Ihal, I, K. Wollaston, agent
. | for sir t llmrlca i.oss, free minoraoortiilcato
No, 70420, intend, sixty days from the dato
hereof, to apply t.i lh;; Mining 'teeurder for a
corlllieate of Improvements, for the purposo of
obtaining a Crown grant to the ami ve cluim.
And furtlior lake noiicc that action, under
flection 37, musl be commenced before the is*
sua nee of such cerlillcate of improvements.
Dated thU Tilt day oi Soptombor, tm.      l
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of Improvements.
RTO 2?ICX3.
Tin: Ono Mlni:kal Claim, Situate in Oun
thai,Oamp, in thi; Karat-: River Mining
Division op Yale Disthiot.
TAKE NOTIOK ihal I, John Douglas, free
minor's cortillcato No,8011tfi Intond, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to tho
.Mining Recorder for a ccrtilieatc of improve*
uii'iili-, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
granl of the above elulm.
And further take notice (hat action, under
section 'fi, musl be commenced before tho
Istjitaneu uf sueh eertilioatoflf improvements,
Dated Ihis Uflth day of Ootobor, 1880, 8
MINERAL ACT, J 896.
Certificate ot Improvements.
NOTXOB.
Thk .Ii'miid Mixkual Claim.
Situated In Coppor Camp, In  the Kettle
River Mining Division of Yale District.
"TAKK NOTICK that I. Chan DIHircen, as
I agent for T. L. Savage, free miner's corllli-
(iaUno.85503,andG.A.Iicndoll,frooinlnor,soer*
liItoato,jSTo,ll3lll4,intonrt,8lxtydrtys from the date
hereof, to apply to Die Mining Kocordor for a
cciiiiieaie of Improvcmontfl. for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant lo (he above claim.
Anil further take mil ice lhat action, undor
secllon :i7. musi be commenced before tho issuance of such eerlilleaie of iinpnvciuents.
Dated this 7th day of Sepleniber, 181HJ.       1
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK
The Wah Kaolk Minkkal Claim,
Situated in Greenwood Camp in the Kettle
River Mining Division of Yale District.
T
AKK NOTICK that we, Hobert Denzler,
, free miner's eerlilleaie No, (W2H7, and
Thomas D, Johnson, freo miner's certificate
No. Uii.'llii, Intend, sixly days from lho dale
hereof, lo apply to the Mining Ueeordcr for a
certificate uf Improvements for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown granl lo Die above claim.
And further lake notice Hint action, under
section ,17, iniist be commenced before the issuance of such cjrtilicateof improvements.
Dated llib iith day of AugUlt, 1S9U.'        1 LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. A. C. Sutton of Greenwood City
has been gazetted u notary pul.lie for
the district.
Mr. C. A. It. Luuilily who cunie over
to attend County Curt, returned to
Osoynos'on Thursday lust.
Our fellow townsman, Forties M.
Kerl.y, 0. E., has heen appointed a
notary public for Yale distriet.
Mr. Waller Adams came in on Wednesdays 'liige, and in all pii.l.uluTily
will remain heie for ihe liulmice of the
winter.
For tlle past week lhe cuuutry has
worn a mantle ot white, hut the heauti-
fui is uTiulually disappearing, and sunn
we will again he un terra (Irina,
Mr, J. K. Johnson, Miner representative and solicitor of Gland Forks, was
in town during lhe week, and before
leaving for home exchanged greetings
with this office,
Miss Iiu ill i 11, sisler nf Mr. J. Ilaiuill,
of Armstrong, hus arrived at. Greenwood and has lieen installed as mat run
of lhe new hospital, Miss lliunill is a
graduate of ihe Belfast, royal Infirmary, and is thei-eforeavery experienced
nurse.
Mr.W.G. Mi'Mynu has been appointed a deputy couty court recorder.
This will obviate the necessltyof transacting county com t liusiness ul Osoyoos
and therefore will he a great convenience to the people of this neighborhood, who long had wished for such a
renovation.
The new Midway hotel will be opened
on the 28th inst., and Ihe features of
the occasion will be a grand ball in
Palmerston hall and a splendid supper
nnd entertainment.iit the lintel. Great
preparations will he made for the affair,
which promises to he one of unprecedented excellence.
Mr.Onyley of Ihe firm of Cochrane k
Cuyley, Solicitors,! Vernnn, proceeded
home on lliursdays stage, after having
successfully carried a case through (he
County Court. This visit was Mr.
Cayley's Hrst introduction totheKettle
fiver district, and he expressed himself as highly delighted with its scenery and other natural advantages.
Our subscribers no doubt noted the
non-delivery of The Advanois at ihe
usual time last week. This must not
lie laid at. out-door, as il. was the outcome of an oversight on It-half of the
postmaster, win. Inadvertently "allowed Ihe mail lo leiive without, enclosing the papers. We do not expect
ii mistake of lhe kind t" occur again,
Now fin-frills and furl-i-loivs. Mrs.
mid Miss Bui-hank arrived in town ou
Thursday I.isl, anil noling llu. rei-iiiro-
mi-tits of *he place, lhey have decided lu open a dressmaking and mil-
llnery establishment wil hunt delay. It
is to be hoped llle Indies of the district
will patronize home iiulusli'y und cease
sending so much money oul of ihe
cnuntry,
Aftor holding courl on Monday last
Judge Spink- proceeded to Ilnssland
liy way of Maicus. Mi', Ward, Solicitor, of Kiiiuloops ac.'.unpiinii'd the
Judge. Upun passing uver Boundary
mountain tne party had an upset and
were all pitched out onto the side of
the hill, but wilh lhe exceplinn nf a
few bruises and all tlle shaking up, no
one got hurt.
Mr. Cuppnge, Supi'lenteiident of
ronds has been paying this pari of lhe
district a lillle attention lately, and
has caused some very necessary repairs
to be made tu the roads nl ilittVieu1
puinls in llu. neighborhood. If tin.
Government would only make a decent appropriation, and Iluin give Air.
Cuppnge full suing in ihe premises we
would siiun have good roads lo travel
over.
Mr. ,1. It. Brown's services have been
dispensed wilh foi1 lbe present, at Ihu
record office here. Thu (loveiniuenl
would have dune lie tier bud lhey retained Mr. Blown in his position, and so
have allowed Mr. Deans the acting
constable more freedom of uol Ion,
Tin. district, is a large one, ami lhe con-
Stables should mil be hampered too
much with office wurk, as ii. Impairs
their usefulness iu llieir rlghl fill capacity, lhat, of moving around the
country on police duly.
Wednesdays stage brought Mr. A.
K. Stuart our Townsite reiiriiscutativc
safely back to Midway from a sojourn
In Montreal and other easlern cities,
Mr. Stuart having returned ihtindveul
draws near for lhe iiili'oiliicllon of all
sorls of Improvements, such as an ini-
gill ion system for the valley; waler for
ilie lowiisitc; au irrigation system for
Midwayi lli-e proi eel inn for lhe town
by the Introduction nf water; a domestic water supply; and I and I I uud ! 1 I
Well that is about all just at present,
as the townsite company have no desire tube thought, exli'iivigaul, and
would mil for lhe world cause a furore
of excitement, hy the Introduction. Hf
too many Iniproveiiients all as once.
After suffering for many months
with Brighl's disease, Mr. George Taylor, formerly of While lake, passed
awaynttlieGreeiiwoi.il Cily hospital
on Friday evening lasl. The deceased
came to the hospital u few weeks ago,
anil all hough everything was done lo
give relief lo Ihu patient, the disease
gradually and slowly claimed ils vie.
I im. The poor fellow when he came
to Midway.md was Inken lo Greenwood, wus iu poor circumstances, und
this no douht caused him to pul olf
""I     IH . i
seeking the medical assistance which,
if applied sooner, might have prolonged his life for a short span The
funeral look place at Greenwood Oily
yesterday.
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MINING   NOTES.
Mining   companies are   constantly
springing inlo existence, and soon
Boundury Creek will have ils share
with the rest of lhe world. The most
recent Incorporation is the Silver King
Gold Mining Co. (foreign) with head
offices in Spokane, The capitalization
of the new company is S(!750,(KX) iu 750,-
000 shares. The first object of I he liew
company will be the developinenl of
lhe Silver King cluim iu Skylark cainp.
The Sailor claim in Camp McKinney
bus been sold to a Victoria syndicate.
Mr, Ohas Deals local ed the claim several years ago and iii a quiet way bad
done considerable work upon il. The
Suilor is silunleil lo the soulh-wesl of
the famous Carihoo mine, and is destined to make n good milieus lhe surface showing is excellent, and Ilie ore
is of a good quality, a general sample
of which, ami upon which ibe purchase
wus iniiile assaying over $110 per Ion.
Tlie transfer iif tne property wus successfully negotiated l.y .Mr. 11. Nicholson uf Ihe same camp,
 iu	
VKRNON NOTES.
J-Vnui Our O.vii Correspondent.
The Hrst full of lhe beautiful covered
lhe Cily wilh its emblem nf purity on
Sunday evening last. We consider
this a little out of season, and fervently
hope il bus not come to stav.
At lbe Pine Cone mine, a goad body
of ore hns been sl ruck at a depth of
twenty feel, Tlle nre resembles lhat
from the Morning Glory lhe adjacent
mine. Tin-owners feel confident lhey
are ou the Morning Glory ledge and
consequently are jubilant,
The concert lo be given on Friday in
aid of the Reading Room promises to
be a greal success. Lord and Lady
Aberdeen, Lady Marjorie arid the Hon.
Archie Gordon,nre ull down to take an
active part iu lhe tilfnir, and us much of
llle besl lurnllalenlisserineiUheenter-
tainmeiil.should  be well  pnlrtini/.cd.
The engagement is unnnutieed nf Mr.
G. A. Henderson, manager oft.iieBank
of Montreal here, and Miss Violet Vill-
Ier, niece of Unplniii Vidler. There is
much rejoicing in lown, nnd llie
inleresleil parties being extremely
popular, nre receiving aluiiidiinl con*
grill illations, It is staled tliP wedding
will lake pluce at Christinas.
Hoi-ling gear is lieing pul. ill place,
uud buildings erected on the' D.n'i Di-
nble nnd everything pul in shape for a
steady'winters work. Mr.Hughes a
Ciilil'oriiiu experi recenlly examined
Ihis property nnd reporled very favorably upon il. Messrs (! .sl.ertoii aud
Simmons (he owners feel ctmlidl.ut
lhey hive a guod thing iu hand,
Mining operations ure being pushed
steadily nlong in lliis vicinity. Al fhe
new cuuip 15 miles N. E. nf here which
has us yel nol been edrislened, development work is being done on fuur
claims, and wiih such encouraglug results ihnt it is llie Intention nf the
owners to work all winier if possible.
A serious drawhick lu the developinenl of this cnmp is Ilm lack of a roud,
and although so ue of the locators are
agitating to build one Ihis full, 1 am
afraid (be season is too lair advanced
tn carry the project inlo execulion.
Uiiforluniilely work on the Bachelor
is ui presenl nt a standstill, on nccounl
of a disagreement among the owners.
Air, Gitl Mllllgnn, llie principal owner,
is anxious lo push un development on
a large scale, while lhe others wunl lo
bang back and play a waiting game,
The worst aspect of lhe double is ihul
the reticent ones are rich men, but the
bete uolr Af nil mining camps, men
wlm will put uut jusl enough money
to buld claims, and wail fur their
neighbors to develop, aiid I bus enhance
the value nf their claims, I trust lhe
difficulty will be speedily settled, ns
lliere is no doubt llu. Bachelor wil
proven valuable cluim.
Certificate of the Registration
TOBilialV   OOIHFAN7.
"Companies' Act," Part IV, and Amending
Acts.
Tin- Sliver King (it.ltl Mining Company
(KOItKION.)
Registered the 19lli Day of September, 1890
T HKRBDY OERTUryjlinl I havo this day
1 registered "Tlin (Silver King Uold Milling
Uoiiipany" ll'in-ulgii), under llio "Companies'
Act, PartlV, ''lieglstratloii of Foreign Companies, 'unil iimi'inling Ants.
The head olHob nf lliu said Company Is situated ut Um City iif Spokane, In llio Mule of
Washington, -u, S, A,
Tlm (injects for which llie Company is established ure: To purchase, hold, own, work and
oporaio mines of gold, silver, lend', enpper nnd
olher inetuls. uinl to sell the snme; to buy unil
sell ores of such ninlnls; to build, equip) own
und operato uuy mill, smeller or reiiiiolton
works necessary or convenient in mieli business;
uml lo Hint onil to puniliiwo nnd own nny real
esiute or personal property necessary ur con-
lenient llierefnr; mill in eonsLrilet, and own
nny wagon road, tramway, railroad, or telegraph or telephone line necessary or convenient
tor sueh Inisiuess; said business to ho conducted either In lhe Pulled Slnles or Hriilsh
I'oluiiililn, or both.
The capilul .lock of the said Company is
seven hundred uml lifly Ihousiiiiil dollars,
liivido.l Into seven hundred nml fifty thousand
shares of tlie p ir value of one dollar each.
(liven under my luuid nnd seal of offlce nl
Vieloria, Provlnoo of Hritlsh Coluuililn, this
lilt Inlay of September, 18111
ll.. s.( S. Y. W00TT0N.
licglstnir of .lolul Stoek Uiiiiipanlc
A New Drag Store
Wc bey to inform the public that we huve
opened our new Drug Store und solicit u share
of their pationagc.
IJujin^dniHH is entirely a matter of confidence, as in no oilier busiticefi is sophistication
easier; nor docs any other avenue ail'ord to
rciidyamcunsof diHponing of worthless articles,
You can huy u pair of shoes for $1 or for $10.
It is entirely a mutter of quality. There is as
much difference in the quulily of drugs ns
there is in shoes, except in purchasing one you
can use your own judgment, und In huying the
other you are entirely dependent upon Ihe In*
legrily and judgment of lhe druggist. In one
ease It Is only a mutter of comfort and up-
pcarance, and in the other frequently of life or
dciith.
If j ou want the purest and boat drugs obtuln-
iil)Io, wo solicit ynur patronage; if you want
the cheapest, wu cannot uccomiiioilule you.
If you need medicine, you need lhe hest and
purest obtainable, compounded hy a skilled und
experienced prescriptionist, with llio .most
scrupulous cure und fldolily.
Unman life may be In the balance and dependent on the prompt action of the remedy
prescribed ; und If the latter he not of standard
strength unil purity the physician's skill is of no
avail, and the patleiit fulls of improvement.
We curry u full lino of patent medicines, invalids' specialties, toilet requisites, etc. in great
variety.
Mail orders receive" prompt; und careful attention, and anything nol in slock will be procured at once without extra charges,
R. N, TAYLOR & GO.
Tho Prescription Pharmacy
GUMKNWOOD C"lTV, II. (I,
AT THE—
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
„ Mouldings,
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Pitor
Leprae k Lloyd-Jois
The best hay and grain
raised in the Mission Valley
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by
Leprae k Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
"WxT-i-tt©  jE-oir**  Prices,
Mill LIU!
If you want In point up n cabin
piaster a houso or luiilil a foundation
null fur 1111)0 nt
Goo, T, Wells'lie Kiln
Offlce, lti-ntle.ll k Oil's Store,
Boundary Falls, B, 0.
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Wurk Kxooutoil In I lie Satis.
fuel ion uf Customers.
NOTICE.
NOTICKfla hereby given thai application
will be uiulcio ihc logWalivotuwornbly
of tbe I'ronufc of Brillsh Unlumbla, nt it's
nexl session, for an nol hicorpOMtlng tin* Cascade Water. I'owcr and Lhjhl Company
(limited), wiih power to appropriate and two bo
much water from Boundary oroek, Keltle river
and lbe North Fork of Ki-niu river as the coin*
pany may see lit, for lho purpose of ociabllsh-
ing waler-works nnd supplying waler for mining, domcsilc, manufacturing,and oilier pur-
noses to the inbiibitiiitts of the town-itcB of
Midway. Anaconda, Greenwood, Grand Forks
and Cascade City in Vale district, aud to appropriate and use 150,000 miner's inches of
water from Kettle river, near Cascade City, for
the purpose at general ing electricity for the
supply of light, heat and power to tlio inhabitants, cities, towns, mines, nmoHors and tramways within a radius of -If) miles from tiie said
townsite of Grand Forks, and to construct,
erect and maintain all necessary works, buildings, dams, raceways, flinnns, poles und erections, lay pipesund Btretch wiros for generating and supplying electricity a< aforesaid, and
to enter upon and expropriate land for the purposes of tlie company, and also lo construct,
maintiin und obenio tramway and tele
phone systems within the said radius of -hi
miles, and to do nil other things necessary or
conducive to lho altalnnicnt of the above
objects or any "f them.
I.aloil at the L'itvof Victoria, tlm 10rfnv of
November, A, D. law.
FltANK H1GGINS.
8 Solicitor for Applicants.
This Spaea Reserved fop
J. HAMILL
Furniture Dealer, Armstrong, B.
C, who sells more, cheaper and
better Furniture than any other
dealer in British Columbia. You
will be surprised if you enquire his
prices.
TED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In Ihc Boundary Creek District to know
thutIhc
Greenwood Grocery
Columbia street, Greenwood city. B. C„ had
opened with a uloo stuck of Groceries, cigars,
Tobacco, Stationery' etc.   A call is respectfully
solicited.
OLSON &PHELAN
H. WRIGHT
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood Cily and Boundary Falls, B. C.
Anaconda, B. C
Repairing Noatly and PromptlyDono
Orders by stago strictly attended to, Addrwri
AnaCflllda Mercantile Cos .Store.
S. A. MUIB k GO.
I Successors In It. N, Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Kee.'iu Klrai-l'liwi stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
ami Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 (JIYKS I'D	
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Fails, B. C.
.x. kT. -whitii
_._tOS-_tXS TCXt.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Differem S.tage Lines.   Nc
(     Trouble or Expense Spared to Mike Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
M Stains,
MAIL ORDERS.
P08T0KK1CK HOX HI.
wjg****^.*»en*CT****^j.ii.uij*»it^  ar
HOCK CHEEK HOTEL , . .
MOUTH Of Unci; CllERK,
BE.   :*Pi-fc*oixcI.**..i£3*Ii*.,   TXZfya..
FlUS'l'-Cuss   ACCOMMODATION    1*011  I. IK.-I'l'a,
GOOD STABLING
♦S-lCxcoUoiil Hailing on Kellle Rlv<-r..ff"
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is theCentral Town uml Supply Poiul nf I In- Boundary
Cieek Mining Cuuip*!. From lliis New Town muds
It-iirl In Ilm
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
i. ■ ...I. .■...■i i■ ,1
Lots net. Sel ling Freely uud u    a Good Investment,
For Price nf Luis and Other Information, Address
VERNON HOTEL,
Hamilton & MeL.;iIvr<iy,
Proprietors	
Wi.nl Mini nl \ i
u nil A v, .ii.ii-,    VE
ERNON.ES.C,
White : Help : Only.
Klrsl-Cluwlii Kvery ttiutpt-ol,
Kvery Couiforl nnil Convonlot	
Free- Una in nml from All Trains.
A Gill Solloltod.
Stable :  ii| : Coi|r|ectlon
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Btmnd'.ry Creek. II. ('.
Or Apply In Agon 1-8,
C. I'". COSTERTON, Vernon, \\. C,
II. KEYES,  Prop,
Good Accommodation,
Bo.il l.iipiins nml Cigars,
First-Class Hlalillng,
ARMSTRONG  Fl. 0.
iHALF WAY HOUSE
A.  K. Stuart, Vancouver, li. C.   Hi
■ KETTLE RIVER
GREENWOOD CITY
•   G. E, SEYMOUR k CO., Props.
. . . STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
Situated on thk Maim Road tu Coppbh,
iibai.wood, 8n.ri.Ann. omitiw-vooii, Limn Terms: $1.59 to $2.50 per Day.
Lake ami. Oriiini Hoinii.uiv Ciikek cam as.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   •   •   .
PADMORE & FEEI*>S   -   -   -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
STAGE STATION AND
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Liquors and tigers
George Edwards - - Proprietor
NOTK'K ia horoby glvon llml, -lv.lv itnyn
uliar ilm,.. I Intend i,hii,|,i, in ihe Chief
Coiiiinl-aliiiH'r iif Lund..,'mil Works for permission in iiiuciuisi. tin. following doscrlbetl inict
of Innil, ,lluuloln Hn- M.iiilicni imlil if ti„.
Onoyoos'lvWiin of ThloillslrloMh tlio Province
uf IMM cl Iii.'.: All Ilia UflocOliplod ],..;
li'iniif llie in-; aulf i.f sccllon K, township mi.
uml nil tho unoccupied portion uf tho cast turn
of 'leeliiin 7, townahlp i.a. containing Oli'ioi pi -
mere in- less. I, TH'IMI'WIN,
Mlilivii-.l-rl,il,.. il, ISM, I TIIE SELECTION OF A  WOItKING PROCESS.
Mining! The following able address
was delivered liy Professor C. M. Fas-
sell before lhe seriiiul nniillill enliven-
lion of the Northwest Mining iissncin-
li.ui ui Sp ikuiie, on llie lllh Octolier
last:
When I was a child a favorile amusement uns silling upun lhe steps of
Ilia ulil fnriii house iiiiiI picking lilndt's
of rililiiiii grass fum the lied which lay
along the Qorch, trying In Hnd Iwo
Unit would iiiuli'h in lin* size and shad
of their stripe, li was an alluring past-
time, hm I found llienas 1 have found
since in every Held uf the inorganic its
well ns ilu- organic world, thul. unline
iiiiiki-s iindiiplieuies. Wetiresiirroiitid-
ed liy tiivslt'iies und impossibilities,
Whence cuiue ll; liy whal process of
evoliillon did il attain iis present condition; wh.it iisi! is it destined to lill,
whut is its ultimate end, mv questions
in day as unanswered regarding inani-
tnaii' iiattti-eus ihey un- concerning
iiiiiii himself, We can calch nl. llie
skirls of some greal. tnilh, und vainly
inmgine we have uurayeled lhe greal
myslcries of ihe universe, We apply
u law In sunn, force of mil ure nud pride
ourselves on our astuteness, nud then
snme explorer aiiiollg llu. relies of the
lung forgntloll past liiiilsevideni-eslliiil
tin- siiiiie principle wus found and
used in llie infancy ul' hiiuiiiully.
Sliil, llie world moves nnd we continue, l>y dint of constant experiment
uml many failures, tu make ii more
Inil>iinl.lc year by ycnr, extracting from
the stilted fines uf Mother Earth thut
which ineri'iises uur comforts und
iiiukes life the inure worth living,
Year liy year those who traverse the
virgin forests uud trackless deserts are
discovering new riches fur humanity;
year hy year Ihnse whn hum ihe midnight oil over lhe ponderous volume,
ur watch willi I ruined uud careful evi
the seel hing retort, are Increasing tin
value uf these mil mul products und tli'
ii-i'ling iu iin* use ul' iii.iii heretofore
unused material and forces, lit Ihnse
brinrelies uf natural science whicli ure
of slrougesl interest tn us us mining
men, the activity is wonderful, nnd ihe
progress whicli has lieen altalnt-d in
the pasl twenty yours In the utilization
of wasle products and ihe extraction
of metals from their ores seems tu inc
lu l.e grenler Iluin Ihul. iil'ull lime he-
fore, SclelitiHc men huve theorized
profusely nlioul I he source und forui-
ul imi uf uilnei'iilized deposit*, Inil lhey
have alsu worked mil methods which
have heen nf immi-iice practical value,
la Ihe meantime the prospector hus
uncuvered ores of lhe precious ineliila
lu entirely new cuinlilntillans, and nr
fasl us une problem uf extraction hus
heen solved, auoflier inure perplexing
oni' is hefore us,
It is unly nf.'iv yearssinceit professor
in une uf lhe greifl.Geriuun universities
suid to a friend of tuiiie. nu emiiienl
Americuu milling engineer, ..In. was
telling the piofussor uf gold heing
fnilitil iu giileun, "ll annual exist."
Thu Herman was uu nld man und has
since died, leaving all undying name
on aecoiiut of his discoveries in lhe
science of metallurgy, lull, .villi ull his
immense learning uml life lung research he could mil helieve pussilile the
existence of gold in it cuillhimitloi] now
familiar to everyone, No une lliniiglil
il pussilile llml precious motul could
live in sandstone until Silver Reef was
disenvereil; nu nne helleved gnld could
exisl in porphry imlil Cripple Creek
was found: nnd now we knuw gold is
heing proHtal.ly'exl raeti-d fnnn such
itupi'iiliahle ni.-iteriuls us mic.-i schisl,
hoi'lllili'lid, nnd even gc inile, the con*
servutlve inan will l»- careful uol In
say il dues nut exist in httsall, lava, ninny olher rock, unil we may all huve
In full hack mi llie llllscieltliliic hul extremely safe iilil California dictum,
"(Inld is where yoll Hud il."
Starling I Inm frum ihis pulnl, und
after having found it, lhe qiiasliini
arises, how shall we gel lhe melal
from the rock and put intu shape fur
inillzulinn fur minting nc He nils.
The great Milk of the gold pruduced
In tiny Is iililniiied hy use of slump
mills and auialgn uial lun, hi many Instances BUpploiiieuled .villi .-minus
processes for exir.icliug llle residue uf
precious inelal from the tailings,   Th
wiiliuui heat, for the purpose uf rendering Iho contained metals sttsceptable
of ainalguuiaiioii), the Buss continuous
process is u imnderfiill convenient and
economical method, When the ore
yields the greater purl nf its gold on
the plates und the tailings ure concentrated for shipment lo llle smelter, or
siihsetpient treatment ou the ground,
ii is u wise [.Inn to experiment on preliminary concentration, fullnwed byline crushing und amalgamation of the
ladings. This is a ftiinpucitively new
adaptation of I he nuiulgniuuiiim process and has proved itself very applicable to ores containing minerals like
cupper pyriles, gray cupper, nnd arsenical irun pyrites, which slime readily
iiiul whieh, uu account ut' llieir friable
condition, pulverize much mure, ensily
Uinn the rocky ganglia in which they
are enveloped. I believe Ihis will be
found useful in handling ures contain-
metals like lead aud untlniony, which
luui ihe mercury*and whicli could l.e
readily concent rated mil.
One advantage of ihis process is that
a greater imrl uf the base metals, can lie
coucenlruled out without very Hue
piilverizal inn and consequent loss by
sliming. Suine experiments un lllis
plan uf treatment huve been curried on
my liihuriilnry. on ores of lliis sec-
IInn, und with very favorable results,
especially on copper pyrilic ores carrying a considerable excess uf silica. Ou
other ures, nnil notably on an ore consisting uf arsenical it mi pyriles in a
partially decompused silicious ganglia
containing considerable nzldlzed iron,
lhe results showed alinust a lolul
failure. Like the blades uf ribbon
grass, no two ores are alike. E ich is a
law unto Itself,
Nexl in point of cheapness nfter
milling cniiies the various leaching pro-
ee.'ses. If I he precious inelals can tie
extracted from un ore by leaching
without previous roasting and chemical Ireutitieul il is a vecy cheap aud
convenient method uf working. It is
only it few years since we were led to
the belief ihnt the then newly-exploited
cyanide process wus to revolutionize
the wm Id of metallurgy und render ul
once available llu. many unworkable
Imse combinations, We needed uu
inure smelters, nu mure chloridalioii
plants, uu more pan autalgauiallon.
Nn I lire, ut the very touch nf Ihisinugic
wand, wns tu yield her gulden treasures
into out hips. We were promised
much. What we got, was a rcallj
guud process adapted In n small class
of ores,; bul ninny unused ull.J unusable cyanide planls nnw slant! as
uiutiinncnls tu the recklessness and enthusiasm uf mining men.
The cyanide process seems specially
applicable In .ices und tailings coiituli
FLOUR-if
^FLOUR
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.
O'kanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
W> J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
- Tinware ■ anil ■ Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oxltp  Stock  of
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, Wooden ware, Sash
und Doors, Puinls and Oils, bus been selected to meet the
requirements of the country, nnd will bo found riiost complete,
Specialties
MIDWAY
Pi   THE  FUTURE
RAILWAY, MINING AND |
ARBICULTUBAL CENTER OF
The Kettle River Country
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
ing lbe gnld ill a very Hnely divided
lint, free state, either iu quartz or iron
pyrites, It is expensive and unsulis
factory where Imse metals ure presenl
which are soluble In the cynnide sulti
lion tunny considerable exlenl, The
ensl, of cyanide treatment on au ore
adapted lo it and willi a well constructed pliinl of one hundred Inns
daily capacily should nol exceed one
ilullni- per ton, The Russell, und other
leaching processus are specially applicable tn certain classes of uies, and
with each recurring year we have
re.isun to expect new discoveries ill
chemical methods uf precltius metal
extructitin,
The next process tn claim one attention is smelling, und ibis method of
I real ment is lbe oldest, I he best known
and the must generally applicable
method uf ure cediielinn nuw practiced.
If ures could he smelted as cheaply as
they cuu be milled, it. is sul'e to say
Ibal this would be practically lhe only
process ill lhe world todny, li Is essentially a chemical process, u breaking
up and reuniting of Ihe molecules of
llle nies, fuels iiiid fluxes, hy tlle aid
nf heal "und distinct from I he essentially
mechanical process uf milling. It is
interesting lo the chemist In mile Ihul.
while u complete analysis is uhsnluleiy
necessary to determine the proper
met hod ..1' Hnxlng a smell Ing ore, it is
liltle or uu use when applied to a
milling ur ulher physical process, Tbe
adaptability of an ore fur treatment
liy u cbeiuicul process is determined by
iis chemical nnalysls: for a physical or
A. K. STUART,   on
Midway, li.
For Particulars Apply to
o   R. C, ADAMS,
Montreal, P. Q.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL	
llv A LJL-, ***o*>4*m«*»*mo«*-«*-**-
(§)        (§) GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
GiVst.Jt_.cL Foz-Ies, tt. C.
STRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(§) TERMS $ I -50 AND $2-00 PER DAY.
Prospectors' Livery, ^^^^^^^
Grand Forks, B. C, Below the Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Lates' Saddle Horses
Hay, Craln and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
Jessop's Steel
Caps and Fuse	
Jo"fc»"bixi.g*   Slxop
any size); San Francisco
Miners' Outfits.
Powde
-r,
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt antl Careful Attention nt a Reasonable Figure.
W. J. Armstrong k Co,, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
Penticton Livery, Feed ani Sale Stables
 +	
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
CUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
il Hotel, Grand Forks, B. C.
  i
M. I-'. HILCtKU, PROPRIETOR.
No Clxiixese Help
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 Une
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
is llie clica|iesl ini-iluui nf exlrnclIuu niechaulcul process, by physical teste,.
I.n mn nnil is limited in its use only by I I need mil consider the smelling lest
tlle condition i.f lbe gnld us lu ils being j ut length here, us hi ils relnliiiu In the
•■fiee" uc euinliiiii.il wiilt, uc entangled owner of a developing mine it is
iu, Imse coiiilliiiiiiiuiis, Nuure is itbsii- simply, un accounl of its expense, a
lulely "free milling," nor Is tiny gold temporary 'expedient or a Insl resurt-
 entirely base, every nre roulilinlug  Nine-lentlisiif Ihe smelling is done   in
uulableipiaiilillesof gold will yield at cusliim works, run independently from
least a purl of iis value lu inureiiry, • uuy mine, uud truiii the very conditio,
und Ibis process shuuld always in  my  us surrounding ilu- Industry it will cnn
oplnl eceive Un-liesi consideration  tinue to ho conducted In this manner
iu settling Ihe problem of u working except hi Infrequent cases. The cost
iin-l lind. It ynn cm ulil uin btlf the | of smelting a neutral ore It) not great,
..due nu the plates it is reasonably eel- : hut when combined with llie usual ex-
lain Hint ennugli more can be nlijiiiued ! Ira charges on dulrimeiital cuiistilu-
hy suliseqiienl li'ealineul nn I he ground l cnl sand railroad freights it tiften uin-
elllierhy concent ration, cyauldallou, piintstoa prohibition, Competition
t Iilm •inm inn in- pun iiiiiulgiimallon  to and improved processes, however, have
l-eiidet- this process the mosl uviillubli',
Cinshing isu preliui'iiiiry requisite
fur ull miiilc's uf I i-i*atitii-nl, und the
tailings from n slump mill are usually
iu good shape fm- subsequent treatment, and are generally put. in lhat
shape us economically with a well ordered slump hnttet-v as hy uuy other
menus, hi certain favorable iuUuncus,
ine Is lieing mu lhrough slump mills
ui a total cost, of less l hnu twenty-live
i cuts pec Inn, even when steam power
is used. When lhe subsequent treatment consists of pun amalgamation
'grinding the pulp with iiuicciiry In Ihe
presence of vurloiw chemicals, with or
greatly cheapened this method in lute
1 years, und made it possible to ship ure
; at a pnilil Iiiiiii niines  here of ore un-
I available,    Within tlie  past  fifteen
! years 1 know of u smelter in Nevada
where $24per ton was ihe treulmenl
charge, und they [.aid only (12^ percent
J of lhe value of Ihu silver unil  115 per
'centof the gold  at  $20  per  ounce.
How many of you who are now ship-
ping ure could do so under such a tariff
us lllis.
!    Mulie smelling,nnd pyrilic smelling,
lin which process the sulphur in lhe
I ore furnishes lhe greuler purl uf lhe
(Concluded in next issue)
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
-^^UPHOLSTERING—
CARSON,  KETTLE   RIVER.   B. C.
Situate in tlie Immediate Vicinity of tne Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        • PROPRIETORS
ROSSLAND, B. C.
VERNON, B. C.
THE
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood Cm, Boundary Creek, Ii. C.
We have just opened lbe iibuve hotel iit. Greenwood Oily, nnd are prepared
to welcome guests nnd provide, good iiccuinuiudulinn. (lund Catering, First
elans Livery Stable,
.  PROPRIETORS.
WOOD & WESTEL
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C.
Yoii can now purrhnsc oodar pnnel doors, beautifully made and finished; window wish,
laths, shingles mid all other kinds of limine furnishing*, at tho Okanagan Sawmill, Hough and
dreswd lumber constantly on hand, Orders from Ketllc Itivor district solicited nnd prices
furnished upon implication to
_i, B,—flash and Doors at Coast Prices, with Slight Advance to cover cost of freight.
tt.   LEQXJI1VIE,  PROP.
THE FASHION
FEED - UVEJty - Jpv5JtLE...«if.
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and  Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
4^*%N»a*****>*J>if*>J*»**t>*r
Good single and double drivers ancl saddle horses.
Lad
lies
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.    H
orses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired, Horses
broken to harness, and horses ancl cattle sold on commission
I )ealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
W. Gardner, Proprietor.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION TRADING CO'Y
Carson, B. 0,, nnd Reservation Store, Nelson, Wash,
General .7 Merchandise
And Miners' Oul tits of all descriptions,   Our slock is large
and complete and we believe you will Hnd
Our Prices an  Object
If you wish lo save money,   Give us an  early call.   Fair
and square dealing is our muttu.

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