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 THE  ADVANC
.   V      !' )5    *»|
fi?TORIA, '
Vol. II, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1894.
$2.00 per Year.
■HUP   I BBBB ■ .' I-   I-HI-    -1
W. T, SHATFOHB k CO.
We always liaye on hand a well selected stork of tjje following gflpds
Clothing,
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings,
k Sloes,  Hardware, Etc,, „■*,
AU- AT TIjE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop,
% Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagi
,, %
Stage Connection with SS, Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Pood Boating and Fishing.   How Boats and Sail Yachts Ov Hire.
I.EQUIME   BROS.   -&   CO.
KHI.OWMA.
Pry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the bower Okanagan will receive prompl; attention.
Prices Reasonable.
HfrWWWItlMMItflfWHIl^
iHM'IIIWIw-swirttfiilwwfli'Widfffli
SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Manufacturer.^
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
AU kinds of Factory Work kept ill
stock ami Hindu to order.
The best of material used.
Coast cedar worked into furnishings a
specialty.
Write for prices and discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagnn Lake, handy to
shipment.
Sash and door factory on 0, 1*. Hail-
way at Vernon,
iiliiiiiiliiiritiiiiisiftiil
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices.
LEQUIME   &   POWERS,  Proprietors.
E. O. OA.ItGl-II«I.ANDCO,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Ury Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
H A M S   A N D   11 A C ONS,
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE,
a- O.  CABGII.I,  *  CO,        .        - ARMSTMOWd,
A   MAC DONALD,
BARRISTER,
OFKICE, IlAKN'.llll) AVE.NI'P.
VEItNON, 11, C,
piiA.YK McGQWAN,
SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc
OIBco, Pound Block, Barnard Avenue,
Vernon, B. (.'.
POOJIUANE it BILLINGS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Olllini: GHmoro's Block. Bap/gard Aviinuc,
VKHNON, IJ, ('.
W. M, Clielllt.INI:. • I'llKII, Bll.I.ISdS
-r  G. CRQWJJLL,
THONSON ST., v,:knon,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
0!I)cc nnd Store Fittings a Specialty.
Yl  W. liAY.MKIt,
'     CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, B.C.
I'luiis aijd S|)i:(.'j!iciiti(ijis proptired and cslj.
mntCB ftiruishfd on all kjuds of tniililiiigs.
P H. LATIMER,
VEItNON, 11. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X,m.(l   Su-rr-vpyoi*.
Mem, Amor, Sop. Irrig. Engs,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. C. A.
Civil  Engineer,
PROVINCIAL    LAND   SURVEYOR
ANO 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.
VEIINON,    MIDWAY.    KETTLE   RIVER.
C. D* B. GREEN,
Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E,
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In the Lower
Country from the Simllkameen to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to.
Payment will be received either In Cash.
Stock, Produce or Labor,
BRITISH  COLUMBIA'S
Pioneer poller fiill
"RED STAR."
This Well Known Brand Makes
Wore Loaves of Bread to (h,e Sack
than any Other Brand on the Pacific Const.
SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUIN
Manufactured only by
Columbian Flouring
.Mills Co.,
ENDERBY, B. C.
HiiliHAntHtHtiitH' Hi iliHS. a,t
'f «.> 'I* '!> '(> <.*• 4'.\ 4'ST'Si'i'' 4'S 4.1.
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As.
I THE DRUGGIST ?
R. N. TAYLOR,
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(By Exam.)
"V ernou
A Full Lino of English, Cauadinti
anil Ainoriciui
PATENT MEDICINES,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,
PEP.FL'MERY, BRUSHES,
Anil
all Requisites for the Toilet and
Sick Room
Ordcr.a by Mall rocolvo careful Attention and (Julok Dispatch,
AQKtfT KOII
B, LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
'4*
AtH.i^1iH.iH,iHAH.i.H.iHiH.iHf at
<l*> 'IV 'IV ft 4.\ 4.i 4.\ 4.\ 4.\ 4,\ '.V/J>
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Kit
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.1. ('. I1A.VS, 11, 8.,  1'!. ,M.,
MINING  ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for Assay From a Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention.
J.McNICOL
Analytical   rhcinUt    and   AsHiiypr.
gko. a. gmxtcss, i\j. A.,
Honor Graduate in Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston.
All Kinds -of AriHiiys and Analyses Carefully
and Accurately Performed,
ADDRESS
Care of Strutliyro Mining Co.,
Fnlrylow, B. C.
TERMS-Qold, Silver nr Lead, each ?I,.V); Gold
and Silver, ?'2; Nlolcel, $;>; Copper, ?:.';
Copper, Gold and Silver, $3, Other prices
unaiiplk'Alion.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON', 11. C.
—Ag-eilt   X*oa.—
The Anglo-Columbian Co,, L'td,,  wtiolsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles & Renouf, Agricultural Jtachlnory.
-—Agtrc.aa.-t   I"o»- —
Tbe Okamigan-Spalliiiiiclieoii Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
Tho Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Pormanont Loan & Invest.
ment Co.
Thp Dominion Building & Loan Asso.
elation.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VKHNON, B.C.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT  FOR  SALE,
SLOANE-PAINE-RICHMOND CO.,
Tlie Lending
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL
GROCERS
Of the Northwest,
£ipal-ar.ji.o,   "WixmIx.
SOLI! AGENTS FOR
Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas.^
Anheuser-Busch Budweiger Beer.
" Diamond " Creamery Butter.
Wl'ltO   Ch For  Prices   on   Anything   tu
Kill ni- Drink.
SLOANE-PAINE-ltlCllMONI)  CO.,
iillWni SPOKANE, WASH,
W, DALBYMPLE,
tWt»:.». »i-...I      ^I3lliiic-lK:w).-i-.i.li>...
FAIRVIEW, B. 0.
All   Kinds  of Repairing.   Horsoshoclng a
Specialty,
MIDWAY, B, C.
t
W. C POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
11IHIIH, ANIMALS AMD FISH MOUNTED
IN APPROPRIATE STYLES,
Nntlve Birds and Bends Kept for Sato.
Orders by limit rooolvo prompt attention.
Mounting IIiiiulsii Specialty,
VERNON, B.C.
G. Arthur Rendell,
General Merchant
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
A Full Slock of
DRY  GOODS,
GROCERIES,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
ALL   AT   THE   LOWEST   PRICES-
J. Kerr. R, D. kihh.
KEK'hJ Hl\JOS.,
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Menl. delivered ul Rniik Crook ntnl nil llio
Mining Camus.
F. 11. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VERNON, B.C.
A   WELSH  COLD  MINE.
(Pall Mall Gazette, London.)
There ure ninny reasons why nny
new development iu the metallurgy of
gold should attract an increased interest at the presenl time. The greal fall
of prices iu every country where thu
climate favors the activity nf the
Anglo-Saxon races: llie great exchange
trouble In Asia udiI iu South America'
these and kindred causes have coin-
iin«l lo imi'i-iiw tho opportunities, holli
nf employment anil of InvestlllPlll lie*
yiniil seas, In n degree wil limit prece*
lent iu the history nf our times, On
the other hand, llie world is very evidently mi the llimshultl of u great
"boom" in gold mining, As was the
case in 1840, sn also to-day, the world's
demand for and supply of that metal
again appear lu lie almost providentially related. There is Unit single
camp in the Transvaal, unheard uf
eight years since, hut which in to-day
producing inure gold than either the
United States or Australia. And from
furl iter north in Ziiinhesin, each mail is
bringing the tidings of fresh discoveries, From West Australia two new
Helds, the une on the Mnrchison, the
other at Coolgardie are reported, both
of extraordinary richness, And now
fruln ('uliiriidi) comes the official report
that the yield of gold in that Stain bus
been doubled during the pasl twelve
months,
We must not forget what science has
dune and is doing, Take for example
the Rand yield of gold, whicli is now
over 170,000ounces per mouth; u full
third uf this yield is olit-uiiieil by cyanide, Now the discovery that cyanide
can be .successfully applied In the
I mat incut, of tailings is not yel ten
years old, anil il is hardly too much to
say that, Inil for the discovery of Llie
solvent power of cyanide, not oue-
quarterof these African mines would
to-day be working. Let me put ii in
another way; Ihe present extraction
of gold by cyanide at Johannesburg is
not less than two millions sterling
per annum, a stun greater Until all the
dividends which will be paid by those
mini's for Die current year. It is not
necessary lu consider in nny detail the
operations at the Rand mines, Enough tosa.v that 300,000 Ions of ore are
being treated monthly. The ore is
first crushed in stamp butteries, where
on an average 03 per cent of Ihe gold
contents are secured by amalgama-
lion; and of the 33 per cent, remaining
in thu tailings three quarters is recovered by the cyanide treatment,
bringing up the total recovered to
about IK) percent, The cost of stamping may lie reckoned, wear and tear Included, at Is. per ton, and the cost of
the cyanide treatment at 8s,, or a total
cost, after mining is paid for, of tlirce
pennyweights of gold, to secure eighl
penny weights. If, however, it were possible lo secure by a single mechanical
operation, and at a cost not exceeding
that of stamps, as high a percentage
of gold as is secured by both stamps
and cyanide, il is evident that the cost
of producing gold would he reduced by
inure than uno-half, and large bodies of
low-grade ure at present unworkable
could he profitably treated,
A NEW MILL.
During the past few days I have
seen a new mill running upon a very
bard and refractory gold quarlz in
Wales—a mill which is likely in fill ure
to hud much favor with miners. The
mill is the invention of Mr, Crawford,
a Canadian. Its history is the history
of nine new inventions out of tell,
Pitched upon the world with serious
Structural deficiencies some t luce years
since, it was sent lo .South Africa, and,
llie wear ami tear being enormous, was
withdrawn, Later tint mill found its
way into a mining camp in Utah, for
no iilher reason than because il requires very little water, In ibis camp
il was remodelled und completed, and
the engineer in charge of it In Utah,
Mr, Henry Hell, bus now erected one
at ('('I'll l.'uch, live miles fi t Dnlgelly,
on a property belonging to Professor
Crookes. By tho courtesy of Professor;
Ct'Ookos I have been permitted to
spend a day at the mine und iu the
inill-liuiisn. In the Iirsl place I ivns
confronted with those returns, which
will strike readers as remarkable, A
single mill, weighing a little over fuur
tons,*has been running sixty days! ns
it crushes less lliuii twice its own
weight in quartz in twenty-four hours,
the mill is iibutit equivalent III capacity
to a tlireu-itiimp mill. Did ever such
a stamp-mill, running on ore that
assays only some HI dwls., pay the
wages of thirty men engaged on dead
work, on sinking shafts uinl driving
tunnels, and pay also all ilm expenses
incidental in niiniiig and milling, with
sonic small surplus of prolil ? And
yet this is what the little quartz mill
now al I'el'n I'ucb is doing, Up to last
week, il iind inn seveiily-fniir days,
and bad secured aboul 2HS ounces of
gnld; iu other words, ii is extracting
more ' Inm £111 per day,
Turning to tlie ore treated; il ks a
bard, flinty, white quartz, heavily
charged with zinc bli-uile and galena,
carrying its gold in a minutely divided
stale; the Inine proportion of base
ineliils in llii.a me millers tile process
of ejecting tlin tailings by water press,
ure somewhat slow, so that instead
"I'    ti-n    tons    being    treated   each
twenty-four hours, tlie I' I is reduced
losix inns: waier, also, is in insufficient quantity al presenl to permit of
rapid milling, Ihe amount of water being less i linn three pounds per pound of
me treated, The wearing parts, which
have been al work. Including stop.
pages for Sundays, fourteen weeks,
will require to be renewed very soon,
The ii'iieivnl cosl Is ta;."i. Oh an ordinary ore. therefore, the mill should run
eighty days al ten tons per day, crushing 800 tons for 700 shillings, "wear
und hair." plus the freight charge for
Um parts in the iniii,<. In California
the wear a ml tear cosl of coarse crushing with stamps is reckoned at about
Hid. per Ion; the cosl of li -rushing
in Ibis new mill may he perhaps twice
ns great, Imt whereas tlie stamp
crushes to 1,000 holes on a square Inch
ui' surface, the Crawford crushes to
10,0110 holes, or to Nner than n "hundred   sh."   ll  is Ibis infinitely fine
grittding which makes litis mill such
nn effective separator; the coarser
crushing of the stamp bull cry penults
the vary tine particles of gold, still im.
prisoned in u jackel of quartz oa
pyrites, lo escape willi llie tailings;
lint wilh the pulverization tn tin- Oneness of wheal Hum the gnld is neces.
sarily "freed," uml being free is swallowed liy ibe mercury,   As In tin- rule
of extract!  .Mr. Hell, who bus been
assaying daily, assures me llnil while
Ihe extraction is often over III) per cent,
il i.s seldom less than 85; while Ihu
mercury, admirably protected from
"flouring" by a cushion of water flowing upwards under a pressure, loses
less than two ounces per ton of ore
treated, lint for the great loss of mercury from lbe plates of slump hat-
lerii's occasioned by the presence of so
much lead and zinc in these ores, gold
mining in Wales would, from whal I
cnn learn, have long sine,' become an
important Welsh industry.
THE SiTE FOR A SCHOOL OP MINES,
The features, then, nf Ibis new mill
aru these ; the mill is cheap, portable,
und simple; the amount of attendance
required is a minimum; the gnld, as
fast as digested, is all under lock and
key in the stomach of the mill; il requires little power and little water;
und, because nf its capacity fur line
crushing, ami ilia protection uf the
mercury from thu sickening elements
contained iu refractory otes, ii will
treat a considerable proportion of those
low-grade gold ores which are lo-day
regarded as worthless, At this Welsh
mine, if 500 Ions ul ore per day could
he produced, then, while the extraction would be aboul Illl per cent, the
milling cost per ton would uot exceed
four shillings, Inclusive of wear and
tenia I believe n ctunpcteiil mining
engineer would be able to corroborate
Iliis esli;nnle fruln wnlciting this single
mill ni work, li is as yel too early to
write with any confidence ns In the
Future of the Cofn Coch inine, Inn it is
much lo have gol it mill using very little water, und which will I real these
Welsh ores, wilh a high percentage of
extract ion nnd a small lnss nf mercury,
At present gangs of men are working
in several places tunnelling and shafting, and gold in paying quantities has
been discovered in several places nn
the hillside, I luok leave uf Mr, Hell
with Um hope thai the me body may
prove sufficiently large lo allow lbe ea*
Inblislnneiil there of a school of mines,
whore nil the lalost chemical ur mechanical development* connected with
ihal industry, of all the most Important, may hu learned by students, not
in a laboratory, bul nt minus working
on a commercial scale, There is at the
presenl lime nothing whicli would he
of equal advantage ns such a training
school lu those who are preparing
themselves fur the most attractive of
all pursuits prospecting for gold,
whether in South Africa or Australia,
But, apart from ils nllrnctiveness,
the question is often asked, "Is gold-
mining profitable?" If a ton nf refractory gold quarlz cnn be treated, not
chemically, but mechanically, for four
.shillings (1 dwt.) und IKI per cent of the
gold secured, then no doubt gold-mining is profitable, And we must further
remember that not only has science
greatly reduced llie cost uf producing
gold, inil, further, lbe value of the
gold, when won, has nearly doubled,
 >-♦-.	
Farmers should awake to the necessities of the times, and adopt the methods pursued in other putts of the Dominion, wiih regard to furnishing
good, clean, wholesome food for winter
feed uf dairy slock. Nut only byway
of experiment, but also to show what
may be done In this particular branch,
Mr. Donald, of Kelowna, intends next
summer to build a silo on the mosl,
approved principles, and all who would
wish to profit thereby, should pny par.
tioulnf attention to the same. E ADVANCE.     BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL      FOR SALE CHEAP   G°LDC°ft
MISSIONER'S NOTICC.
I'S NOIIIIIS
.   II, c
'i   -aa." per iiiiniun, .
rly ur hit
i|lti0lllif lli,--,|..-rriln-r.
Ailli-l'ii-ill..' I'.lll   ■- -111    :
ThiilL.:.      .       .   ... 'I III     ' . ■     .'I    11T
llwtlj - npi ll        I ' '       a;, i . ,,l I
lib!!,' Illll: ■ -: aa-: llujiur i(l,   '..■  lid  I...: a.
Centrally Locatod In the Boul lory Cruek
Camps.
HI -"i  ' 11'1,'WW a \H i 1(1 ARS.
i.HAIHJl       a   iKRATE.
Billiard Jabt$,
fool JsUe.
■■wsarllv cftliirsn any uf tl Illlniiiii   nr ■   -.   llinliiu Mm, I',   -,,-,:. i Iurtr.il lu Anyof.   Rnl|,  Tl,, .,,   r  it,  , r,,„, ,,]„,„    ,,,|
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Iii First ' lass Condition,
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
al'-li.lY. liECE.MI Kit 3
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
'lu. ail nl' HOCK CHEEK,
APPLY TH
Owing ; i the I   ; llpil   • itenhiy wus
I'bristiuas Da j tl ■. ■' ■ ' inntter,
both locnlaiul ilislt icl, of un interesting
nniiu-e, ha- hud in !■  omitted in Ibis ■<■*■  Mtti'-autriij'j.,  r/r.w.'x-.
issue.   Ai ul    of  the
I'liri-ln     'I ul nl Jlid-
'.■;.    ll 111. ii :"  '    "   -in-i'ia-.-l
.,ni, ui hn lien .lei    ill, ii ill appear in
next week's | iper. 0 () Q p,  STABLING
Osoyoos Division of Ynlp I>is-
trict.
Ml rl r claims and lease holds iii till* ills-
li-ici legallj In-lit may lie laid over from the 1.1
ii. NoVcinuer, HSU lathe l-i of.liinc, 181)5.
£ A. li. LAMB] V
Osoyoos, 11. ('., Gold Ciiiiitiiia'iuiicr.
-.'Hli Octohcr, 181)1,
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'„,"C";«^E;CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
ADVANCE OFF1GE
THE
The     Wi irld's     I li(,rl|w;iy
iiatios  i-'uit in i.s'i-1.     fiV * WITftr     T5B0riWnCI      from   .'Ulimtic   to   Pncific
l-i',T.   '   /
liu we in I" we nol want u new
iliite of tilfii '-I uur mail I'neili ies in
ibis I'liunlrv !-   That   is   lbe  queslioii
MARTIN BROS
ui'      |i Hi i-   p isled  ill   \ el null    i  il
' rjiislrtiug on  De   nib a  !..':!i  whii li i.uiiiixii mn -   , mi
en a ping ini.< Kellle i;: el nil th.
2nd, afler lieing out in 111 Id for jii
1
lbe oul side of l,V)i r ."•". nilc-s- oratlhi
rati    f l.'i' ■ l"i ";!!'" pet tiny.
til '.I    ' .'■'  iI'iHN    AHJlSTltONU.
HAS BrEN A
GREAT SUCCESS
In Africa, Australia, America, and
also in Canada, including the Pro.
vinee of British Columbia.
Slid, after being out' ill Ih Id (or po  .-      . «,, ™,
:z Hartwapo, Stove, mrzz:
ware, Feints, Is
and Glass,
Cost You more than $4 per ton to
from 00 to 9G per cent ol tlio
assay value of your ores. Send samples
to us and wc will report thereon free of
co.,t, provided freight is prepaid. Call
ar.d see us or write to
Tin- uial of John .Armstrong, com*
milted for Irinl un two chiirges of cut-
lie stealing, Itiuk place ai Peiiliclon on
M lav, lTlb December, nl a   special "Hy,—,„.,,..„-...,._     "ft»    ops
silting of the liiiiuty Judges i i-iiiunal
t 'iiiiil. before Ilis Honor .Ink e Spiuks,
The Iirsl charge wn ■ Ibal of stealing
steer belonging to Mr. It, (). Sidley. |       --,,-,.  f>  /^ -ri     j   v AT T"'
j Ke 'oasse' Cjcicl
Lxtractirxg Uo.,
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PENTICTON
TllgSIHYS. THURSBAYS and   SATURDAYS
at S a.m., Connecting at
OKANAGAN   LANDING
Willi T'.iins for the Ei.st and West
ELLIOT,
Genera! Merchant)
FAIRVIEW, 6. Q,
Keeps the Largest and Hest Assorted Siock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e,
any place smith of Vernon, and sells on terms to suit the times,
Clu-.apisl Place lo buy fur Cash in the Okanagnn Country.
FULL WEIGHT  AND   MEASURE  ASSURED.
TREAL
Lia
W. HENDERSON'S
■"'   Tl     ''    i
O   J-   A '
rim-.',-lil,   littllock-Welisler   was   lh
Iirsl wilm ■ and lesliHiul I Iinl be bad
i > i    i ■      i ■',    ■ • i      in' BETWEEN
It "'nd  ii  black iiiiil v lull hide ul lbe
accused's slaughtering, place on Hock  .,..,,...,    ,,,..    ..,„.   vnairc
,     ,,   ,,.„     •,,,-,.  i ,,    n,   MIDWftJ    HAD   tn/.i'lD   tOKkb
creek,    *lr, ..-a lay ideulilied llie hide
as bi'liinging It) hi.- sli aa and said he I'AKHYING
I a j H -.a . disposed of Ihe slei r i" any*
tine   :'ia Teili'ow   t'riuu wlioiii Mr, Mail, Freight, Express & Passengers,
*,! il •>• acquired   I a ..ii'.'i' when n calf,
jlHil iiii doitbl aboul tlie id<'iillly of tin'
hide. Si W I uol only knew Um Connects With E. D. Morrison's Slag-e
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S..
Supt. Experimental Works,
-iiu VANCOUVER, E.G.
FOR SALE
EjNA/OULIJN JHOJEL
D
-leer   iiiliinately,   having  fed  ii   fur!
nontlis,  Imt sun  il   iu   Armstrong's
•iii'i'iill.   Mr,   Pilleiidrigh stated Ibnl
he accused had told him thai  he was
to Marcus.
I......... \ltilwnj Weilni'sdays anil Siilurdii)
fiii'i-i'iniii forks and Marcus.
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C
Tlii- ia ;i   splciHildly   lilli-lll'll   limi-l- ill-ilk:
uinl iiiii. i,Iiiiii I noiv, Willi good Ntublo nail iiiii
buildings, ia a-nii'iilly located in the valley
inni i iiaiiiiiiliil.-a i.aiinl ll'lldc. li stands "li il ■
own grounds nl Iwound a half acres in extent
anil isu good iiiii.iiaciii.
ALSf) A FIRST-CLASS
ThrnuRli 1 irst-cinss Slcepltig Cms
Dully llctwcen Vancouver uml Mon-
treill unit St. I'm-!.
Tlii'miRh 't'iilii'ts   on   soli- in  Eastern I
mill Pacific Const Points.
Fates Lower Than Any Other Line
Ppr Rates, Time &c, Apply to
H. S. SC.ADDING,
Agent, Penticton
CR TO
G. Ml, BROWN,
Dist Pase. Agent,
Vancouver, B, C.
iMAl FALLS"
and
NORTH! RAILWAY
CAPITAL (all paid tip) $12,000,000.
REST      6,000,000.
SIR DONAU) A. SMITH. Pros,     HON. GEO. E. DRTJMMOND,Vice-Proa
I'l. S. ( 1,01'S'TON, Gknubal Manaoeb
HJk.~W£T'ZG-H   BBABICH.
ItATEOF l\l'l,:i;K8-|- AT PRESENT 3| PER CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches In London, Mug.. New York nud Chicago, and In nil the principal citit^
in Canada,   Buy and Bell Sterling Exchange and t'ablo Transfers, (.rant'"
commercial and travelli]]gcredil.s,avuilable in iinypartoftheworjd.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
miANCHKS in iiiti'i'isu I'ui.cMiuA:
VANCOUVER     -
VICTORIA    -     -
new westminster.
-" 'Nelson
Vernon Branch : G. A. HENDERSON :. Manager,
•--i..--jrnur-jMiTP-,»r.P-pv-«.*-i«aa™ravTw.».T-ii-^
Kc!!ooJt& roriShcpisair'sJ IREtjwoy
ALL RAIL TO NELSON, B. C.
Only through !tne to Kefoott,
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
BANKERS
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance and
General Agents.
Dock House, Hii.i.itkh Street, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B. C, ami VERNQN, B. 0.
a piirtiiersbip willi bis cousin Lew,
On the oilier charge the accused was I   u'llVM MlUTU» Molll,"'v's '"ul l''1'
i'"'1"''1   l"1' *'":u,< ' 'l11'""11  ,'|,„„IHiil.,r,l„.vsf„rJIidiv.i;,-. ilclMinn
lm- ini  sDcc'i'i Ii'i.in Dan Drisenll,  Thi1
 vs fui-lELACESMITH SHOPj
ciliicsilnyi
IMmn
IstM'ptated iiuti im luui fnuiiii n! Vntirtnn  Pnl'/olri Pn!Inrrn
ihident. the Armsl rung's cnutp, nud   \ BPuOD    lHMi)U   UfliitJglJ,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake        J0HANN WULFFS0HN Managing Director.
&m Slocan Pojnts, Vernon Bpaneh)- G_ A_ Hs
Hankey, Manager.
i,rnL:9i',i.-.:;r;u;iM'.;,i-»n. .tji-.- t.amtm
Tiiroiigli Trains Sijiiii-Weelily, ' m
Hint nu Indian woman was cutting il
tin,   He au!  nut   the brand und pro* VCEMflK  R  C
I      Ji illl   \J   t\  K      Ut       <J>
liii-ail it, which was fully  ideiililled by
luui   Driscoll as his brand, which evi- .,
deuce   was  streuglboned   by thai of! ''• Aui-H!-'   MKVKR,  I ICM'II'AI.
',l,..-.. ilcC,n;li",, ivjio (ills for live yi'ir-
been in lb" haliil of br'nndbig Driscoll's
llle Jlr, t'illi lulrigli gave lbe sniiie
,,,.,,'';'' '" iii |he last case,
Tbe prisoner's defence was Uu I llu
black aud white hide was huughl from
an Indian anil hud lbe brand P mi il.
His Honor was unable lo Ibnl any
murk of a brand, but al the prisoner's
request adjourned lbe ease until the
following morning in order Uinl the
prisoner inighl shave the hide whete
he expected to Iind tbe brand,
}(o witnesses appeared on behalf of
Armstrong, although he bad written
for them 'o come,
' On colli hilling the ease on tbe following morning, Armstrong made
other slalenii iii.- which the judgi wus
unable to believu, I riling the prisoner
Ibal lie bud given him ample lime tn
procure witnesses lo substantiate his
slateinenls.
in lludhig ibe prisoner guilty oh
both ibal y:: His Honor snid Hull soei
Ely musl hi proteeled, nud Ihal il
ivoitld lie in'inossible In carry on the
liusiness of sltii.k-raisiiig if men were
allowed with impunity to sleal cattle
us the prisoner had limie. Ilesenlenciiil
Iiiiii In five years' Iiiiprisoiiiiieiil in the
New Wi'sitninsli'i' |i. inl'.'nliary on
earl} chin;/'', to run coorurrently.
Mr. \\. M. Cochrane, of i nclirnne i:
Billings banisters, oi li'^.rnon, in-
structeil by Ihe lion, Atloruey-Geu-
eral, ass,sti:d by Constable j'iiillock*
Webster, conducted Ihe proseclilii n,
There v.n-f \\i ml Ibirly-Hve persons
iiri'scnt,
, 1 r
Mr. T.   Humphrey  who lias again
; n -.'■I'iini.lv ill, ii   ive  ure glad  lu
learn recovering.
SEX1) l-'i)'.; i'"i).-i'!., Tl'.-'a
LOR SALE
la a IE IIKST I.0CAI [TV ON THE VEI!
1   Mi  Tiiwnsite, a Iriv iicre uml Imlf-ticro
I'm' linialaaa ai".a "lii'iiini;.
Apiil; liis .ali i ur lu
P.A1H1IAX JIEVE11.
Viiimi.v. H.C,
m^k -
'•"' i  I ~. '"•
ZZ\;,;"-'^
M"
lefatoOiiracta
"W oimt or tools. i\ YePROB UW
Daily, except Sunday, bptween opo- J
kaue und Marcus.
; nun, bv SPOKANE Ir. 5:'* ran,
mm,
wfwtii
Till,, iniil,iiai; i-1 wu .-liiray-. !iif*]i mill al.imla
,n li ii'ivii Ki'iHiiul nf aaa an acre in extent mid
ia in a I'iiiiiiniiiiiliii),' b-usln -   puslliun,
Fun TttiiMs At'l'l.v '
:,
I). NICHOLSON,
OlvAX.UIAN ?i!i-::|ll.:.
; '-":....   M$a
;■     -•■      ' .   -:". :. .' 'i; .   |
>'■  ''■   -..   '■    ■       !-■    : ''.Si
'lin Wi'iliii'S'lnys uml Sniiiriliiya triilns will
ruin tlu'iniaali tu N'llaiiii. ttiai-iii;: nl .'atu |).i))„
milkingcliisuciiiiiicctlnn will! Hu -nainiiT \i-l-
I'ur Ka in ,ui(l all lake |"aii:a arriving nl
i. a   IB
mm
-tallies.
Ktisluiil a.m pan. wimo iltiys,  Hctiirnlng, pus-  Having taken over tho stables of Gallagher tc Stevenson, and thoroughly ovet
raigim* vill ii-iivi- bi" points nnd Nc1m.ii un        hauledand riliilcd the premises, I mil prepared to nieet the demands    '
ucsilnvH ilia    liatlava. urnyi g a  biiokuic ,. .,        ,-,;      , ,    ' .      , '    ', ,     ,    ,     f ,  ,
ot the public,   I have on hum! a complete slock ol new rigs,
(do'o,t)lrand singlet for public use, and also n good lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horses.
Tourists desiring; to see the country would do well to call.
:. an' ilny.
t'lisscngcrs for Kettle Itivor mid Hnutiiliiry
Crock nn a'" ai in Marcus Willi stiigotin .Mini-
'lays, Tin-i.iii.-. '1 liiaailiiy.- uiui Frliiuys,
augliltf
CANN & CO.,     „  ... ; ...
«»» ^mm ^ Sillgle litWS,
',','-   ..-   ':;:'"V'
;'   i'   .        '
Alexander Muir,
^CCP.UNTANT AND 0LNERA1. AGENT
VERNON, 3. C„
P. 0. Boa 01, E.-.rnaru'Ave. j
Bonk) !'i,-a.i:. Ain'ii. i' uml Sqnurcil lip,
Proper attention glvon In mnallor linns.
I'Trc, l.lfcunif Aajdenl Iiisuraiiccull'ci ml.
o
PROVINCIALBUILDIN&HOAN ASSOC.
Of Toronto, Out.
Is open tt limn Munoy for ihe purpoFo n( hu|]-|
SEALED TENDERS
EN'DO.ltSEl), "Tonilor Cloy'l lluilillngs,
Midway, 11. (.'." irlll bu va-iiii'il la. the
luiilci'ulgiieil up to I'l o'clock mum on llie Ul day
i: I'liliruiiry, ia.i'i. for the crcot|o|t of n
III i DlilH'llt's  Oi-'l'll':-:  AND  A    l,ll('K-l'l'
at Midway, 13, ('.
Eii' 1. ."ii'ia' ntusl bo iiecoiiipiinleil liy a it nc-
I'cplcil linnk clicqiio fur san.ii'i. iniiile pnyiible
ii llu Him. i lai 1 Cointnii it ir of l.iiiul.a nni]
Works.  Sttcli ali",ni,' will lia i'liiiiaii'i! in an-
.ItCllCSsflll Clli    aa iinl'-, iiiii H'ill 111'  foi'foltoil 1'V
nny Milder wlui,''niii ilocllnii to cxuculo a con-
[l'lll'l ifl-llllixl llpnll lu ilo an.    Ill tlio .'Villi ni 11
I'liiumcl lioing let, llu clienuc will be returned
iipoii tliociuiti'iii'liU'fii\'iiisl)ing nijpi'uvcil socur-
ily, iiiiiiuuil Ing Io $1,(1(10, for tlio dut iplotlini
ul llio work,
I'Inii uml ; i'i. nttoiiH cuu ,■■ seen mid form
nf tomloi' nlititl 1 al  ilia following plnce
(IllVl'I'llinctl!     Dili"-',     llaivnn-;     Cnll'I'lillH'lll
i)lli,-,-. Hn.'k Crook!   Ailviniro" tiUlce,  Mill-
-.ui    r -i Icnco ". Jlr. s. II. Aliuniiil  .1. I'..
la  aa   1(1 vol'i   alal ul   Ilia olllco nl' ll:   mill  r
ligll iii
'I'lu     '. "-! ua .my tonilor i ol a-a i - ,,■ a
,i.' .... a
LEONAHD Ml IHIS,
As-,1   a aii-i'-iii-i' UukIh nud W-nk
I'oriion, H. ('„
Siivcinlior ISIh, I8I)|. 7-'al
m I'
miiM. STATiilESS
Anil Dealers 111
MUSICAL  IMSTRUIviEMTS,
SEWIIMC,   MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Etc.
| Needles for All .Makes of Sowlnj
Machines Kept in Stock.
H«     j,:. <■-. o, y. r- Tn    i   Muil orders from the Lower Country
.   V.-.    IrfUUi JtiK.     will receive prompt attention.
MAXL'l''At!'l'L'llEtt OE
wm and Saddlery
CANN ('•'c CO..
■V EJ IX 37T O NT ,     ES .     o.
VERNON, ll.C.
VictoriB,   B.  O.
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
SECURE YOUR
BTTB Tf'T "fflP  "taF" TUT* "Vf" <ES
j>,   isiJ Alw jssha, -.:.^i   m8U    ...a.)
3E" 0 3K,
::az wk j^ s
MRS. H, p, falmehston,
MiD^YiB.C.^ynglj^^j]
B.  LHoDUFIr,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, il C,
Goort Saie Horses,
( adies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
lb,rs. -i boarded by the week or month (box stalls if desired).
'1 lueses broken lo harness, nnd horses nnd cattle sold on commission.
Dealer iu hay and grain, wholesale and retail.
Coa-jixoar- CP-jH" IKtlsiEsiioa^. asanm-cl "UTartaaamfaax Sl-fesr-ae-tia
Opcasite W. It. Mcgiiw'sSloi'O.
"■ Post Olllco tins 137
W. GARDNER, PitopiuEToit.
Note.—Tliis stablo will bonui strictly first-cloBs in cvovy particular. My drivers w» all fret
ami gentle tlis]iiisiiiiiii, nml Llio nmsL iluvablo .slm-k thu market can produce. Special uUentim'
in tnuotunt tnuli'uml to bonrilcrs.
Vn. All kinds ,»f heavy teaming promptly attended to.
iB •n'-.r mi m^rnrnnni arm
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L't.d
All   ICllldrt ni' Wiirk   Kkci'IUciI  hi Ihe Saii-
i liuii of CiiHUiinerw,
(Iii!)!] STABLING
-*•   te i
t
■ ! ''Z M
■    '■ ". /?;_ : ai>
Comity Court Notioj.
—-*—
SITTISQH pf tlio Count! Court ol . ilo will
lie liolilciuis fiillcli'H;
!■;. ( ',. SI I laivM.M ', II A
MXl'KI'lHfl   1, I N I!
Lilni'ill
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
m. | GRAND PRAIRIE
XX Ol 'Jf Sil X.
GltAXl) I'l.AII-.IK, KETTLE 1UVKU.
Goml Stock o
Osoyoos, Roclc Creek, Boundary LlqilOPS ailil CigUrS
Creek and Grand Prairie.
tabling.
PltlOES HEAS0NAI1LE,
McLaren bros., proprietors.
lallMi WK8T
ben von (li-imil Pt'iilrlo iNortli fork, via Mn
l.ai'.a:-i nn \Vcilnos(lii,v morning, arriving nl
OnoyooK Tburailny uvenlng.
inilM. HAST
beuvoB Ohoj'oor 1-Tiilii.v morning arriving al | Stage" l.env,: ovorj Mmiilny anil Woihumilnj;
iiniiiil I'rnlrloSaturday ovonlng,
BLACKSMITH   SIKH'   IN   CONNECTION
for Marcus, Wash,
At   O.IOVODH nil  Wi' Hll
ngiii'uiiiluriiiuiil Vei-imii.  NiiifoiiVywltiire     Al  Mld«*tiy on Su.1
loilurlti* Is good;     Aiiplyto uf llio Imiir of olovon o'clock In tliofiii'tanon
Hy Cniiililiuiil
ALEXANDER  MUIR, c.a,u.lamhly,
SEC-THiAS.ANDACCNT.   (, ,Nsn;NT „,,,,,. „,IV,„
iXdiis*.mn, turn,Mo, fiPATyrn POPTTQ ENDERBY HOTEL
iii'ilay, ISU, AVirtl, I8U,'., I ^ *w*•** U    P V fviVO
HOTElA
ILC.-C    : KKTTI.K   RiyEIij) H. ('.
The Cozy Shaving Farlai
VKHNON, ll.C.
The Gil more Block,
"lini Aiirll INM,
FOR SALE
i 80 Acres of Land.  All Meadow.
M.W. WHIilllT, Piior.
iNDERBY, B.C.
Opposite the Post Office.
P;.l Win;''. Ixl    .. |.... ,.:-. .1,1 ■■• Clenroil
ii" badicH  uial t'liildreii'H linlr-cutllng ami   D  m.il nrnliicil,   ■ .. lull,   irmn i     ,,   ai
u ipuoingaHiicclulty, K'ini \. Utic llllofri in ivuggon i 1,
KLugi's  lo  Marcus, AViisli., nml
Midway, 11. ('.
Every Attention Given to Guests.
I' i.iki.i'.II Ht'HV Hi..
Vail'   ,\)IV \\l i; in.'; i,
,l. I , U'iSI'M.W. Prop, 'ii, Z,
Llvory in Coinicetion,
l''il'.-l-i'lnaa iii'i'iiiiiiiiiiiliilliin for Ciiltlllli'l'l'iill
Trnvollcrii,
lliuilliui' nml fishing In iibiiniliiiicc tlirougli
tills illsti'fet,
I'.li'li llnrais nml Cniili-a fui'iilHbod in Sports*
SOLE AQENTS EOH
Brantibrd @ Binders f and § Mowers,
THE BEST IN THE MATtKET.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT V Kit NON.
-C. jP. Cosiiea»toii, Agent.
■nuian ".nwnn^r nwoi
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory
ALL KINDs: ul'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC, ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept ir, Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD(
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
ARMSTRONG   HOTEL.
II.  KEY-ES, Prop.
(loud Accommodation,
Hest liiquin'.s nml Cigars,
Kirsl-t'liissSlnliliiiK,
ARMSTRONG. B. C
Gilbert's Resort,
QKANAUAN LANDTAG.
HUflTINIl, FISHING, JOATIHQ,
Tnnitiiiuuii.v COMtronViMI,
—Firal.-cliiHii -
LIQUORS and CIGARS,
y\ J. \V. REED,
•fins Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Wici'i'unti'il.    y3-2in
kept up till a lull- hour in the morning, and even then it was hard Inbreak
•WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER layayfroui sm-h a pleasant lime.  Dur-
MIDWAY, B. C. '' ' '1h '■"" ni9B -V"'- '''"'ll lial'la" ''•'""
a;,pleiidiii irifig, which wus much,appreciated liy fll, and .Messrs. Mr-Clung
uul Wikioj- (Jii) some excellent  step
Painton's Music Store''M'"'"K - ■"-	
; J ;    lUDiyA*.   W1IOOL EXAMINATION,
-OLD   .POST   OFFICE '   	
409 Hastings Street, Vancouver.! a'*«i?*.» i,ecently °i",ui-"1' mK
'' j te.rm only having been served, thnopp-
Pianos and Oiigans-'Easy Terms, g-^'niiy to test the scholars faculty to
(liven to r-iceivu) instruction was nol nllowed to
pesa '.vilhniii an exaiiiiiiatiiiii being
lull;. Sunn Kridny the21 in the pre-
Qgnee of parents aud a number of visitors, tlie ch/ldi-on were subjected to a
crucial examina!inn by their toucher
Mn. Maedonnld, und others, ami
sn well did they licqilil them*
selves ill Ihe several branches of study,
Sheet Music, &c. .ipecial nttention
Mail Orders.
LOCAL AXD DISTRICT1,
The raffle for Mr. 11. Murray'; grej
•horse on Xiiins live was won by Mr, II.
Denzler.
Mr. S. (i. Johnson bus recorded rrs-
.sesspeiit ou tlie Grey Eagle,  Green- more especially in  Arithmetic, Gcop
.Wood cilllip.
1 rnpliy nnd Anniiiniy, thai the opinion
It is. we hear, reported Ibait an Okatj- expressed wiisc -iirred In liy nil pre
aga# Mission Iiidinn has heon murder,  sent, viz, that all things being taken
ed at I be bead of the huV'.
Mr. II. P. Puli'tei'ston mid illr. T.Mjc-
Aiiiey aci'iiui|)auied liy the hitter's sjs-
ter, Miss McAuley, who cuipe from
Ontario arrlvod ii) Midway on Sunday.
The tunnel on the Texas is now in
15 fect'iiii orystallzeif Ibne, Messrs. T,
Barrett and 11. Slirinipt on have the contract to continue it .-inuther thirteen
feet,
The. jielition of tin' Grand Prairie
selllei's for the cotistrut'tion of a waggon riiiiil to connect tbe cast of Kellle
'river with Trail wus ruled nut, of order
in the house when presented liy Mi-, I).
flrahnm M.P.P.
Everything ia gniug on as usual ut
ii'iunp McKinney. tlie Cariboo mill rim-
,11'nig night nnd ilny, crushing ore whicli
its now lining taken mil close tn the
jtine of Iiiii Amelia. There is only une
.strange thing about the camp- Hint
the other rich claims on the same lead
•continue to lie idle,
The licensing court at Osoyoos, on
jhe lath wns attended by Messrs,
,C. A. P. Lanibly, R. G. Sidley and W.
jfi. McMynn ,I. P.'s.   The only matter
into consideration, miirvoHous advancement in the subjects taught luui been
made by Ihe pupils. Tn shew how
thoroughly the school is appreciated
both by parents and scholars, il may
he stated that for the iiumjjer.of children un tbe mil, u larger pei entnge in
daily attondenco throughout the term
could hardly be cio-clle;.' by any school
in the province, To rpljsve tlm monotony and to render tl'e (;'a:iuiin.'itiiin
of a more pleasing cbajiacter, ;i iiuuiliri-
of recitations, etc., werii given liy the
scholars and listened tp willi delighl
hy those present, especially tin p|j;ces
•'.les 'fore Xiiins" liy Walter MiCliiiig,
" Dinil" by Harry Pillliierstoil, anil
"Tbe (lead. Dull" liy Audrey Beiinctl
respectively, A few words uf encouragement Inciting them lo renewed diligence in study uu their re-nssoujby fur
the next term having been addressed
to llieni by some nf Ilm visitors, the
examination was brought In n pleasant
ending by Ilm dismissal nf Ilm scholars
in their Christmas holidays, all presold
wishing them every enjoyment in  the
samo.
 -*- • -.	
FHOZEN  TO  DEATH,
On the evening uf llie same day witness nml Mr. A. Wallace had slitrtetl
nut tu iuin; fur I lu- iii-." :i ■: il and 1
tlltCSIDE   FRAGMENTS-
BORROWED MIRTH.
MARVELS Of SCIENCE,
Kiriufi, ti.--: k  i.  i'i   ■:■"■ n Hie ascend* '    -RafeM Binnim rg»red oiidb, I     Fortune Tell»r-   fuur Husband   wil
fur him again till noon on ibe follow* »„, ,. ,    mm    ..  :•   lOO.O'JO, 1,000 tH' ' ::'  '■'■" """; '■  ' :1'" ll:l"' rich, litui.l-    ■  mid  clever,   llrowi
big dtlV, bllt dill lllld 1 lll.l Ma.   1.   mil ai a        '.,".   a-;... »"». •' '   ' :    \     '    '  '"* fiance         ' ■„■,. ■,.-■..'    ;    '
Wallace bad gone round afterwards,      The .Sier.u Nevada rn   .nf-j.nnnt.ini '»»d.)p,,u,,M, n will,  llio sale ,q, trran ,,,„,,,„    |     Vrm.sketch.
.   I     -,,, -,i W., I'll    Villi     link    Ha'    |)ll.'ll    ',     HUl'UlKlQ |.    ....       I, . ', ...,,.,.,,■,.,,.,., ,.- 'I
mitk bur 1'iiuii i es rcfflirdbm b in,   Nn    n lii.itoriH.iisimiirli' nou m , HI ,.   ' '      i' ■■-' .■ ""■'' -'"'a' ■■
"     * n    ' * ,        ., .„,,.,, .    ,-,,,,,.   i sugar uver tlii'in,   hiiie   tail ail hour 1Q „,..,.,.-,   ii*,,,   ,„ n„,„,       ,   I novel
llavill-nblililliilaliv lli'U's  ui   him   lia    wide, iiaul'an ,,11,'iilnl'"...:   ,a"' l""l   ' BcnlJ-nli    W nlnu,  11. trl     .■     ,.--■
, ,,     ;-,      ...    ,. !i,ii*li uii.i.k nviii,    ,,.i.   in.iorver. eusa«oiii-u    S.Y. Juiirunl
retimed   un   tli"   lull   wan   Messrs.   ms"- ,,, ,       .,.,  ..,,       _cii„.  .*,„  „„i, ,,       ... ,     .,   ■
Li-ill. tl-.a-r uf  t'„   Fr Iiniivvli.s ,  '' ''"     '! M '' '        Dee  tie  cub-        j,.,  ,,„,   ,..,, „,,,,, ,,,   •,,,,,,, ,,-„ ,. ill
bagetimib, i iloacn.ander;  sprinkle each |mvt. eelii n» » sacoiid coww   for   (1
Denzler iiiid .1, Wallace nnd ilm ivliolc
'     '"      '  . -., ii'i. Ill ll cil.llliuer     -in jm.u- eaei. 1,,,,.,.,   1  1  ,„,ii,v,.    t,,i-    I.
.      ii, r.,1       ., ,1 IIIV-l,a u a e.llllilWS v.li.cu ilea ii-.v.iv Willi ' ,,.,,." . H.1U-,-,-  .,» .1 ...a-u.i.l  I.1I1I1M     I".    '• 	
party had made an uiisiicccssJhI searcli - • inver wiili n-.lt nud let it duun tivodnvH ,.,..;,,   u,,,,.,„,„.'„ ,„„M1, i ,,, ,„.,   mii'uni!
'     ..    ,        .  ,      „   ,       , , ii an--i-aiin   tm llie   comuiiSi i.ta-r.-, tlio ,,*   .  , , ■ .v.u).i— Ilu-i iiiucii iiukui I m ia),   '"-' ■■'-■
twin the  nii.tii „l  ilal daa.   On Win vubk  ," Pin i   ut   i jar mid pour over boiling "1 ,hi„k twelve yards ivuT bosuflieieiit."-
illuming of tlie eighteenth j.11 : u il
nut again and the lu;,dy was al last
found where stated liy previous v.;:-
liesses. They luui h ul to follow trui'J ,
(often barely disliuguit--liable) for uver
eight miles, The In-l tracks wen'
heading direct for llie camp,
The jury hroiighl in the fulloivini
Ibidiog; "We Iiiul 11'.il the dci enseil
uii'l hisileath tlirouglj exhaustion ami
exposure mi in nlioul I lie ni| |hl of the
loth lust,, "ii Boundary Creek Muiiii
lain ul a point six miles from Green !',','
wood camp." :,' , '' ,
ll ens nut without '"ii ' Icrii diili- j     |„.
cully iiinl Ilm in ily was brought down    , n 'u .
vi:,.-.-: '     'aa In novel', nutting   in u few
,..-     iiirlltlruBTOVtll  "I   .'-.""aaa:,:!     „:| .,....,, ,    ,„.,.,    ^ '-,    „..,„,-..„
frnin   llnil   ivliieh   iiiiiiiiai'i la-   liiiiiian
body.    This nccnuiits for   llie urmvtli of    viii.---ir wlnli> it. ia
I   ■
'■»'•■"■ IJ,,,,-,.;.,,
Seasntu ; tirnbei' is but little liable to       ^ ■.   \,
tliu G .vi r - :   -aa,'   will  add that tn llie ;
is i.niiiui*.   Ulioiisti  tluise
Ainai.air Poet—It was at the time win
my li inci'i' jilted mo tlnu I discovered ray
tlieluiir  iu  Uiodiiiul  long utter into.-    ^m^^ ^"of'a'pwp'.o'Ted.'-Uoo^    ; 'lo   Vl'in  luld-   IJo,m1  ^ZJo^
mi-llt. |, ,. '    ' yi'-, tl nu, i,.'lime  never comes  nlmn1.—
, „ • ,    „   ,   ,      ,. , Fliegeudn lllnelter,
. . -1 I'ni'il.—Snik fnr tlnrty , ,     ,„         ,         .      ,        i .  ii,„
decay u,,d r tli. itinnonco of „ dry iituius*   ,„„„.. ia „. ;,,,..      ,,,„„„, „.,„,., ,„vi„K AHi- Ho was just going down fo'the
pi  ,-".,,,,,1 will resist ,ieco,np.,«it fur,.,.   tl„, i: ..n ,„„.,. ... » , |nQV( , . h ..   „,; third lune wli-n ]r. \\ ...on dived  off
,,,-a  a   a.:-..,: ^viien   k,'i,i  t„L„.y s„ii.                            ,    .            ,          <iIlfll| yii,aa:„,a,ia, .::.,:■.   .,™--A nd  uwl
oflnui'i  - ,1   frying pan and frv'slnwl, JT'1*1    ^""«)' tlmt wonderful!
sntiwwltliln tho liaiit. of our   for |ili-.*ii   .....'   .   tali '.,\..„n '■'• '"'';i'"'" r,-'•"".
run-   I iinl 11
I    l'
v: : a i'l ,ted to ltuve il ,1   i.K-i of    j'o.s"ajl   'a ",',-'.■ ililti'   illl   llie'tishund       MialwB   !"'' :■'"' '""   ""' W-v   ' ,")
' '" "f   pour    lu   the   nan   :,  on fui   [milk or    "u:'    «'"*•    V'e«, in .'nnl,    Mistress-Did
she seem tn have nny dmiliis  about  n:
!""1 uiia*.    And iii    .--ally   cieinu, et il Imil mid nour over ilieUdi.-
,;' i;„, in. ,.,. H i.v ,..       no, l;,.;,. |   H Iinl- ,1), lllll'illU.    She   slil-1   she   llllOW
which i tune up befflre llie hoard  were
|.lieli':i;isl'ers of  fhe licenses of the „„
' ,,,.., i Hn-  Ho'lv  ")  M in-  An
I'inldcii Gale   apd   1'airview   hotels,
K-iirview, which were granted,
The private bill introduced in the
jtfgislatui'O In a|i|cnd the " Med  AIouii-
tniii lliiilw-iy Conipiiny Act, 1803" by
f'xtcuding the lime for the comiiience-
iiientaiid completion nfllin line, is said
jlo lie meeting with strong flpposlt|pu
lit tlm const,    We shall ltuve
I'lii'iul Hh:
llilfs From (Ireeiiwnnil I'm).]),
Lasl week n i'1'pui't bi'i'iuim general
nroimd Bouiulary creek in the effect
thai a man mimed W. Aiken bad perished iu the bills. On Wi tliiesdny
last, the body having liean found the
day previous, n  message was sent 1
iu the I'lills from Ihi place where il
was found, thai pari of Ihe mountain
being exceptionally wild and rn, ged,
ll was ink,ni un n toboggan to Ilm a".'.
road in Prior cluck uml thence mi a
sleigh. There were tm murks ul unj
kjiid oh the body to which Lbe clolhi
were tightly fruzeil, Tim only lirtiel
ftiuiid iii Um pockets ul the laller were
sumo tobacco, a pipe, knife, ,$2 und a
few ranis in cash, Iiiii nu matches,
Aiken was a new comer lu Boundary,
having only been in ilm district a few
I'ral.s, nnd very little was known
aboul him beyond ilm fact that lm
canm here from Um Upper Okanagan,
where lm is .aid lu have worked for
McAuley&praiit.oftbeVicltiriahiil a
Vernon, tlebadbecnhvingiiiosllyivi ii
.Ma. A, Wnlliicu. iimtli "!' .Ma. A. Ma-
Doiiald'a pre-eiuiitiou ul Ilm iiitiulh u,"
Prior i'1'.'i'k, uml liad himself sink a!
off u prc-i-iuulinn i:i thai vicinity,
which, however, hud uol been recorded, ile was liy profession u fanner,
and is said in have come from Europe
THEI I START IN LIFE.
if,   "f   v.- uiui.    has   ipi ii"d       A a i.   :   a er ii agond I r .'.:'aa i li It
tu   ill"   SllldV „     :    '       II aa     in,    , ,j, ,,,„   ,r   ];.,.■:   |.  ..       Mince
t light  is pi'", .   'a l  "     li,   :.■     ;   a   I   ai I   of Onld  baa a hum,
[Illll of : ." a.ill Ii) 1* a: I,   lllld   by    lian-a,     it und   Iran.    A ai   twn    ratell
i! reel i-.vii uu--! ninny tm -.11 del lis "i "a: eg ;-, a inn [ llmir, u pi,oil „I i alio
skill, iiiiuiiiiiiigiDarkiuis mn usiuilly dis- ami enni; ■•-..: to iniiki'a gun! I liter-
ceiiiih,,- ui',- iiiuiuigr.i aaal. butter,    b'ry tirwi fritters Iii   Imt fnt till
11. -y ire a a - .1 hrir.vn, Seme i'i)- I- use
n devli '■;' gmie.1 ehi*"S0 tn give tlietit a
Mar'in Van Huron begun life as an otllce Ni'iinniitati lluvm',—N, Y. 'Tli line,
boy fur a lawyer, thing i-loii iy tutlta |iosi* la; . .vjtii I tri-uui,-—This disii a. ma kly'
tion nf iu'lfi'k, oopyist and I'uutlly" lieeom- pi'' a. 1, if ..;.. has onld ia, ed eggs,
iu.'ii yd -adi-r in thu emii'ts uf ju.iieesof Shell tliu ,ggs, mil in halves iind iirniiiga
Ilm n. ,k:m. lia i:: ii i   ai. iliiivnward mi a aa''. rul ; i -
Heiiiailntle, nnoof Napnlenu's marslials, t-' .; iirnvei' :, hiiiio,i ituuli' of eraum
win. u 'a-.'.' I'l-ihi'i'iiin- ki g of Svedon, thiek-in'ii aaa a littio c.iin.-cureli uinl
was edueated hi the ullioo of a euiiuiryno*    sen a   I anil   .a I   popper,    ll  ymi
tnry, and spent his time in copying legal   li"veaii.v    nnsufi-old meat elmp line and
mis with I.. ■ cream Bailee. Over the
a. - . a a hard biiiled yu !;. in d yon
have an atinii'iivu and appetizing dish,—
Hai" I'liriuer.
paper.,
Suutliey, the poet, spent most nf ins liny-
hood in las fnthoi's linen slion. Hi)
wrutti verses in the intervals uf business
and kepi his papers hidden am.nig ihe
goods -ai ihe aaalvi'S.
Wesl, :!: - painter, showed his talent at a
very aa ly nge, lie made sketehes in eliar*
co,".l la fui'' la- wus tea, uml sutlte of bin
early work ilispluyB great enso ia li.o use
pf tin- ciavnn,
PLEASANT IDLE MOMENTS-
Tin- (!.in. ■.--.,- have u tnulition that stray
dugs bring hick.
A family  a: llnrinotto,  Mitili., has run
"ai   : ■    so  tl elr latest arrival hns
been cli ris'cued "Tliirteeutlt."
Aa g '!:■■ uneducated  whites   in Al.-i-
IniV'U'd showed  in   boyhond   the
In [ownill W, nnil lu have lived after-1 pliil„„tl.,„pie traits that afterwards made   ^ZZr, a- a popular superstition that
if ae    i.i pvisiiu ki-'.-es ii bid y i.vi.'oun
waul:-   in   Nebcaskn   and   Wyoming, bis manic liunuiis.   llu was cuiii.tniuby uu
The wiiilcr of '1)1-1)2 lm passed in ia!-. tlie uu .-<.. fur souiocuse of distu-sa that
intnitoli,  and   lbe lasl  two winters in '"' ;,':ii l'"l-'v,!'
li.C,    Ilis father, il   is slnlcil, was. or      WuI-v'-h inly life is said   I,,, have been
ia, manager ul  Um  "Alexander" .-ll"1-"
laic, team I'klilll 'a   In    ! " lefi   .
in Greciiwtiod, in ivhieh il   1    a: ;,
llle 1 .   :.   .. lliu teeth
m I a .  i.
; periud iv.i bj e.isy
.Ml',. I bi
I... I. :
num papers wit! be found. On >■' itur
.! iy his I .!., v. i ! .!.:■:. I".it* burial .'•
iiu- churcbyiirdi  Grand   Pi'iiii'le,    .'
a  Wi -   a   I -.a   ier
soiliclilli' -'   e.'illed   bv   I,I.a i...
Jiiiioiii-r ■ im.'."
l-^,.^..,3 /. .:") THI.,.
'Thu
,',....     I le.il   1
I..:    ini'.  ■
al   ;..-   .aa.
i picked
. ..." I lintf
... ia- mini
...    : pills
,
Mr. W. G. McMynn, ,1. P., Rock creek,  number of miners und
There ar
, I if | uver ".'"i'i
f ■    .     ,   [lull!  la.-
' ynu wasn't.'   Ilm!,-in Lib',
"Hul vi. r ia this new icry like?'
"1.'.. 1 a.-, r win iiuyth'uij lik.it, Tlmt"*
li.- : ;. uu it'u hu delightfully ab-iml, don't
yuii !:ii '.ia ITieu i n't u niititral cliiuau''
ter .a ; ml a li sii iiiioit tu a. 01), yuii
musl rend it." ■ !'■. -o-., Transcript.
THE0ldU!N0!rTHa',a.3.
Tlie li'.-i.'ii of iin- American Hug wasprn-
bably bi.iiui'.e.l from the fmiiily anus ol
Gen. Wiisliiii'.'tim, which consisted uf
three stars in tlio upper portion and three
bur- across tae eseulclieon.
V. ..al:.; nrigiiiaied at Nuremberg as
early its 1477. They wire at lirst eulld
fsni'i'i 1.-.: eggs, waaai they i.a..muled
bulb in simp und a:;.. Tiey were often
I!,:..: ,: a. tl o tn|is of walking aa :k a
Ti. ;; Ei. . a, book on stt-uugru] ay
b.. fai us biiuvru, '.''ii' written bt lh'. Tim
may llri: I ia lu 8. i;s eurlli" i iventim
is alliaiail .1 in :1. ' i.ulia i oet Eiuiius, ti
Sol ei... . iei'i'u :a.a s ivera!...:.":-.
Onus.... il a. havi been nsid I y tla.
i a . ,.■ ■ ii-f ire Hie licgiuniiig of lliu Christ
iaa era. 'iia- ul lest diilaJ pi a.- uf Enroll a.a arliia ry bears aa ia- r:;>! n il cliu
ing that the gun was east in laaa.
Marino insurance was practii ed ia I; aa
I). I'. 45.   It wiili very gen.ml   ia Humps
before t'ae discover]' "f America,  ami ii i
nltigetlior probable that the ships nl C
uml.a,    were   h'suretl    iur their   fa..
Viilne,
CuaiH ..f  una? wore first employed i.
14 i during il.e   i-i-'ii o: Hiehnrd i
and a . uu  i  reiliiary in  families in tin
fuliiiwinjiii'iitiiry.   'limy originated fro ii
lie-      i led  biuitii rs curried by knigli
yid tu.!.lea.
'""   engaged ia ! .niilii: a; the I aa a hltates.
s ahull have more to wh0 cume down to Boundary Falls on esled in bis sad i'ule alleiided his I'm-;    Tln< lli-ht l.in.wii I
say on lli.jp subject ii| our next issue,     Thui-stltty.    Tlm  same  evening  the oral.. Though  it   iieiv-cuuier lm hud  coal wus in la.gland in tlm ieur Sat).   It
A grand bull wiil Iw held in Palmer- man's body wns hroiighl  I" Mr. T. ,1. already made many friends in the ills- was :;,ea , ,..,u "n •...,.....
.stou's hull .New Year's 13v», tu which
everyone is cordially invited,   First
Hardy's hotel, Boundary Falls, and au
enquiry held before Mr, McMvnit and
clasp music vill be furnished,   Supper -Ma. .1. Kerr, ,!. P.   Tho following were
p'ill he served ::(   inlilnighl   al   the sworn in asu jury; G. A, Remlell (fore
llncnilniy llnlel, ami every arrangement has been made to ensure a good
-time lo all who attend.
A working shaft fur Ilm Mabel group
,of mines is being sunk by .Mr. iluss on
jibe Golden Bud,which lieslu the south
nf the Mabel, hul is not supposed '" '"'
■in tlie same It-nil. On il. limn, is a
lunge vein uf oxidized gold ipiarlz.
The shaft is now down over twenty
in,ml, T, ,1. Hardy, .1. U. Harlan, Austin Hummer, Will, McCormick antl 11.
Pii'l. A.,.,1!' Um body bad buen inspected by the jury tin' lirst evidence
laken was Unit u; lia. A. Wallace,
whicli was in Um following effect : lie
recognized the body ns Ibnl of William
Aiken.   On Uu- loth witness and Um
iiii'l, uiui  bis  death  lii.iuiiy
gloom over Ilm ctuiiiuiiiiity.
.. i. -:
A jiAi'T.;.. ;;;■ i ..'.<,a;s.
A PiiHnrVpliIrt enluri'd ihiiii
Ibree iii       .i  ...tu,i , aa:   t
he :•: . ■ inau -vateriii; ;r- u.....-- ..a : .!
|     A horse ia i'.issaiu, X.J., i
' ciiie bv wading hit" u eiina!
its iuu : under water until uile    u iuiisn
RELIGION AND REFORM.
Tla-ia [ grnwlb of tbo Christians in
India is  more than  double   lliut  of ti.-.
population.
(Ir nml wiil be broken this full fur !'
a ea" .   ...    nt
''  women    r,,..   ',.,,      .... rarmer ai. Tormini   llio
iita. r i a-'   i' itnesHi il   f .r thu lirst
ua,   :a    p riitiun -a' tile in. ley,
'I. - Iieull  iesi Iriiiiuis said to he Uial ..[
a ivaiu.'i', a mill wlm  alien is tn the pans
in an i works.    If lie falls ia he dies, but
wit.eli   winie ae  liias he  is  fie.- i'inlii cholera, ' oree'inti of the Aiiierio.iu .Methodist u
sin.. Ijhix, .-.'i.ii'.'i fever aia!  I'l'olmbly in     ver-ity at Washington,
tied sub    llui'iizii. 1: is iii'.-l  Ihal ,Hit of the forty tl
liuldiiig j  |(         ___      i      Bmnl iiieii I'liitilnyeil  by  tlie  riiilrnn
ABREAST OF THE TIMES. Canada a a i'liiled States only aboil
  lh iiiwiiul ulnae! a'an'eh regit.arly.
A new Bhoe hn. a ventilated too, ;-y  CViiiig"li»tio  work  condnoted
A patent  has been  issaeil fur n lock    Jj.v, Jolui McNeill in \frioa has bee
"All the world is, bul ■   Inge"    I
tsspeakiug all 'guriculiv of ;: e I,'a,.
: ,     .. ' , „ , .        result d,
river world.   Here we have a!! kinds,    „,, , ,,    , ,     ,,     .,,
,        .    , lin- notion nf tliu luiinaii breath will
uistngi's;   Lherois the In I     nge, the \mtu]e ,lll|lllimlm<   Th.B „, ,iise„verod
inuiliiliu slugo, the slow singe, i  lite )j;. ,„,,..,„. ,,,, IU ,„•  ,„|n|. ■,,.,. motul us <,hi,-a can bouperaled only by a lungim- iliently Biicoessfiil.   H" addressed tlie
goras'.yoii-pleas   stugt . i i.a  Ibis tm. .• i;,-,.:, r;-..: tn iu Ilm mouthpiece of a lized key. tivos thruiigli intoiprctei's,
slngu of   lielLlu river life, one inigiil telephone. A num   ia   Paris has invented a new j     An ituti-i'lgitiette eiusado lias beau  i
suy Uml v.a- were  "stage struck.     A      Ainnuglli, niytil riders of tlie whoel aro kia.l uf aiinff made of tan ami pounded gini iu Jersey city, where iibiiut fourl
deceased  luui   gone  mil-  togelhcr to puculiai' fealureof this oaiv iiidtislry is the king of the llelgians, l)u i Wilheb baln-.l apples, hundred  pripila of  the soliuols are ie
hunt deer  from  Or. wood camp at  (,lwi uvcrv slage is a niilii !i;„\   a'irsl miiiii, l'i-,n,-,-s W'alii uiui- aim Carl of Den        Jo'n|i Jneob Aster is the iuveiitm-nf an wearing tlio badge  nf  the Ami-Cyan
feet.   A shaft .house nnd;; blacksmith uboilt7i30n, in.   T!my parted ul about j oil the lisl is Her Majesty's mail. I lieu  niark I l'riuues Ueurgo and Siuliulns of    autiuiuitiii mad sweeper, uu widen he bus   leag
phup 17x!10 feet also being arreted on
(his elniin.
Mi. L. W. Pntten of Snlniuii river
wns recently tried Iwfore Messrs.
Wallace, It. Lanibly, and Hniiilll, ,1,'s
P., un (In: cliarge nf shooting .and
iwoui(ding a lnill belonging In Mr, 11.
Hill nf Deep crook. There wns im evidence brought forward lo prove lbe
charge nud Mr. Pntten was acquitted
j Ilia, no, ami Aiken bad appeared lube
in his usual gund health and spirits,
Witness expected to see biin ngaiii nl
Mr. it. Denzler's bouse, Greenwood,fur
i ics Um subscription mail, ul'icr Ibal   uremic,
the desultory mail, and la,I, bul  imt j INTERESTING LINES.
Ihe most   IlIlusteill.iilioHs,   Um   bin !.-
more goo-
Porcol,
taken uut a patent, nud wliieli, it is claim* I    Tile  Church   Mis-ionavy   Rnciety   I
eii. nil: b- rn" greit sen-lee  m   clearing 0]„,u, 1 .-, medical iiii-simi statiun   nl :
rani- nf dust and other obstructions, , ll0| ,„, tin, burilers of Afgnnistiin, u ci
to be substituted for gold       A Freii,'!, nnvulty In tbo way uf a time- trv  wliieli   lias  been  as firmly -close
llllll , I'l' Ul'l" lilUs ll  IVUI',,1, ,„i  ilium uoii-,.-.
filling lit tei'tli. piece is a finval oluok, the long bunds of   missions as Tibet,
Ph.leia-i ais invented tlio first alnhabet whicli   sweou   above   twelve flower bods,       The Cliristi'in lle'ald has liended a
s  why (ill this fuss nlioul   facililies of,  W)i„[m B. u, eaoli being diirerent from all llio uthers In   BOr|lJtit,ii for" tlin 'r-liof of the Cm
Iri.iut.reenwiiud, wheia lm wns luinid   „|;|il  mnkg0 nml „, tl,.lV(,| v   ,Sl„,,|y |    .„,.,..,,„,,,„„„ o{,tre8tcarete£orUdden the onliirs „.„', variety of   flower.     The
dinner.   The next   time he sa-,v him j te-al to t-ull it Um fee-mail.   And yel,
wason Um 18th,  ul  aboul live miles
fruzeil  in  n  nielliiing position.   Tina |u,,,u are facilities c tgh for the musl   i„ Euglund.
was In company wilh Messrs. Denzler,
(1. Wallace nud (I. Riiinhurger, They
were mil looking  I'm'  llie ileueused,
It came oul. however, ,,t the trial, thai  ffh   ,|(. t]m^ |m(| ,„s| |)ig       M<
plher parties stock had also been shot
nl io the same districl.
 ►*-.	
DANCE  AT   BOUNDARY  1A1.1.S.
becoming tired, luui snl down where
he was found nnd perished from exposure during either the night of the
lnili or that of the Hill).
ban,is  are  moved bv Buhl ituihuiii mo*
Tbo miij ,rity of self-taught cuugressiuon    cliuiusiu.
days pieviniis al the BinuidaryFalls
hotel, nnd hail not seen him again until the loth, when found dead about
five or six miles from Gi- (wood,   lie
corroborated the evidence of Um previous witness as In tin: liniliiignf the
corpse,
plena
iileasinitest lime possible, apd Ibis wus
'f])e ease on Ghristliuis Eve ill; lbe
dipice. given by Mine Host Hardy of
the Boundary Fulls [Intel and his excellent wife. All had anticipated a jolly
good time, but the realization was far
beyond all anticipation, A now dance
hall hud been iiuill for lbe occasion, Mr. li. Denzler, llie next wltlios
which wns handsomely decnralcfj with \ hud never seen lbe deceased hefnro llu
appropriate uiol'ns, bunting and evergreens. A large number uf visitors
from Midway and Brand Prairie were
present. Among the latter were Mr.
and Mrs. Carrier, the Misses McLariin,
Miss Ward, and .Messrs, Dun McLaren,
Jack Manly, Wolf, McFnrlane, John
Meyer. Johnson, Kcilhley, Ilanliiii and
Ncwby, Some of them had never been
iiver the new mountain road before,
nnd nut the least enjoyable part of
their imliiig was lbe sleigh ride uver,
the trees being so laden willi snow Hint
the client HUM most pictures''no, lie*
gret was expressed Ibnl. .Mr. Douglas
anil Ihe Skylark boys woto. nol present, but il, whs Impossible for them lu
leave al this time the work in
which ibey ^uo engaged. From
Midway there were Mr. aud Mrs.
Bennett, Miss McOlung, Mi', nnd
Mrs. McDowell, Mr. ami Mrs.
Powers, Mr. nod Mrs, Dan McGinn;,',
Mr, and Miss Murray, und Ihe .Misses
fastidious, short uf railway carriages
Whal more could lm needed  In it frei
and enlightened  country  where any     Lettueo \vn« deemed by the auoleuts tho
one of the singes will earrv nnvlhiug  food of the ib-ad
from a Itirkey nptu uniulcuud uol  • ' ^   ' ,   {,     fc ^u     ih
haggle over ilia price, either, wnere a|     .
teller can be despalehed In ally ipiai*-   inchos per eeinury,
ter of the'globe by paying tisniiill pre-     Jitnanese hmuboo hns boon  profitably
niiuiii over  Um postage, und  where; grown iu Lcmisimifi.
in
STATISTICAL STATEMENTS*
Where thorn are good music, a good i   Mr. .1. Wallace, sworn, nbo reeog- you are nl|u\yvi1  to trade witli your |    dj,,,,,^,,], m sometime, smuggled in
floor and ninny merry people, all on  nized  the  holly as  Ibal.  nf  W in   ","tiu- vullie^ t^oimu"im«os^''"V^rfly   1'"''i"'v !"'''"' ''""*
plensure bent, lliere is sure to lie Ihe  Aiken,   He hud seen biin las;), alive ten ,.,|| this iind much more nf the liberty      In IHIIII I'.irl-iatiseiiiisnincdSl.SOlhorsos,
wiih on,! lliu siiiiil barrels of Hour.
Corean nihilte m   Wasldi gtnti   lias
ptesiod liis gralittide lo the paper.
THE WOMEN.
Four men ill every six use tobacco. Lady Iirnoko has aliuiit  twenty   i .
The 23.1100 newspapers in America em' Japanese spaniels, worth JoOOeuch,
ploy 200,000 men, Mrs. George W. C'hilds, widow  nf
Tiur ■  lire  nearly  '.'.,000  slitehos in a Philadelphia ed tor, 1ms arranged fin
pair .a bund sewed boots, ; bnildlng ol a palatial miiusion in V,.
One third nf the deal lis among American iugton.
Iiiilians iii'eiliie to cousiiniptliin. Mis. S E, Taylor, a Georgia pre i
The Johnsons outnumber the Smith, by I. Bnid to stirjuiss Sam Junes in ihe p
700, in tiie riiiougn directory. I nm and persuasiveness of her pulpit    .
The men einplnj-ed in a Miiliimin basket 'P1''1"'1'-
fflotory iniiko  a  grapo-haBkei apieoo each The widow of Senator Hem-st,  of  i
•iijiuite, foniia, Is said to be the must heavily
enjoyed and accruing l» Kellle i-ivor 229 dunkcyK mid 40 intil.-H.
ought   In   lllilko   Ilm |naipli' tllilllkful i     In  ['..iunu i   is penal oll'eiice to speak
linn they are beingniirai'il ill thecrudie Fulisli in mir cubic ivmirt,
of patronage, and ought lo initku thein • 	
hurry up imd pay their taxes, for next 1 WELL-KNOWN HYMNS.
year tboy'will bo forgotten, '    The largest, stun  eve: asked or offered   sured wonuui in Aineru-i'.     bite lias |
I inn not stating litis lasl  firm pre-'     "-Lord, Tliyglmy liils.iho Heaven" was   •„, .single diamond wn«$S,lnO.III)(l,wlituh    oleB nmunnling to #300,01 a her life,
cedent, ns 1 have nnl  time to lookup the work of Iliulmnl  Mant.   It was trim ■   the prince of llvderabad,  in In.Iiu ngroetl
such wises, but then one knows Unit   slated from a la, iin ihe llonian brovi-   ,„ uivu tlio 1ewJl„r  who then owned tho
almost all things aie possible, llitiugh lu.v,                                                    ,      ,^ ^, ,   ,       ^    ,  h   &
" mW "'" """■'' """"■     """'''      "I!l. ■, yet ii,'. Ulimpet, blow," was ono   >Mi» in lh, world.
.   ,,   ,     '•! i    ,    , ,.       i   fi    , "i nil ae! •!,., itinnnei. ot'iw,   wns our,
18th,   On Iho Hill) .Mia A. Wallace luui J's     Possible In iry and choke people .           -
,   ,,      ,      ,, ,,       ,,,,,•   Iwiih  pie,  no mutter lmw thick  yon   ot ""   -1 '""" "lllu" ai Lnnucs
''' to Boundary hills anil mid bun  |n.lkl, j   ||n!l,ss h i,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, i,,. ^, uL**a Wesl,   I'oi'N ,; ienr's day.   li was tirst
I'i
ivilh sawdust, ntnl Uu u you are li
In luinher up against a snag
A LITTLE HUMOR,
used !:. hull
'(.'nine S.iviunr, Jesus," is a truiislallon
Ihnt a man hud gut,  Insl.   lu   emise.
queuce he wilh others went, to look
for llllll.    lie   also   col'ITlhoriltcil   Ilm
ii            .    ,i     e   i-        .anil lbe subscribers in  your paper n   . ,         .     ,    ,„ '.,.,. ,,.„,  ,,„„,,,. „.,    down the    : u a tuelimes    I Itirago sm.
previous evidence us to the muling ol   |j.,,,,,v \,,u   v„ar nud it lurkev, uol   ■ the uuiisiniui i. un
TRY.
Ii. ilu water for purple nnd blue c
DOea, Bodn added
I ivi', ii^ jitis from grease, by   sunk
in strung so ia water.
However,  Mr.  I'klitor,  I   wish  you   0* „ vr,,uAi livuui by the pious mvstio An*   P™"*'   ■'':;':;'    '"*' ' ":v'' ""'"'''
Hazy—Hid j-nn .ver en ::':,iit„ In tlm      '''"' w ■'''"'■'■'■ r0''"-'  blnokened   b
Hopper, Mr. T. McAuley and a large bergor, who stated that he had lust
pontttlgeilt of the Ikivs, The music ' seen the de,'enseil alive on the morning
was furnished liy Messrs. McLatlgllllltl,! of the Illll, nl. 7:!!ll a, in., in company
Shannon inni .Sht'i'i'ell.aiitl was cvi'i'v-! willi .Mr. A. Wallace. Alkoti Ian!
filing Hint, could be wished. A spleti-; limn uppi'iited lu be iu perfect good
(lid siipnnr wus served nl midnight, health, lie nnd Mr, A, Wallace both
pver.which Mrs, Hardy presided in her curried lilies and had called ul his (wil-
ttyer happy   muiini'r.   Dancing was nease'i-,1 cabin mi llieir way mil In Inral,
per pound, I'm- their dinner,
Old Staoeh.
f ♦ •
FAIRVIEW NOTES.
ll'YiilJl illll'nun l'iil'I'l'a]illll.l  lll.l
K.arli clean-up iii Um mil! from tne
urn being lain through from Um Morn-
HP!
Ihe body.   The siniw  wns two tent | uldui' in years thai) he costs ii) ceul
({cep where il, was found, They hud
followed the man's trucks, jind he must
have travelled ul least ten miles, After
walking fiiitr miles Aiken hud killed a
deer und hung il up und about half a
utile further on hud killed another, Ai
that puinl Um tracks made fur Um
ciinip und kepi iu Unit direction fnr
about bull' u niile. AITi'i' that the
trucks made u circle und crossed Um
original trucks, leading away I'niin the
camp, lie nisi) considered Unit Ilm deceased hud got Insl. anil hud perished
from exhaustion and exposure, There
were uu signs uf any Struggle where
tlie body was found, Tlm next evidence taken was that of Mi'.Geu. liiini-
•vU,,,, "As terrible u*> mi army with biiiino,-."
"dune. O mv soul hi .acred lias" was   ha. nu reference lo llio  polilical   parade,
written bv   I'm tints  Mlicklnok, a  blind   nltbuugli the naiiner. aro tornhle euoiigh.
man,    It eon uius iLjia
the ; net's a a.iaiall#
llielie allusion to
-,N. V. In
ki row in       [i, soda w iter,
In I'm: rin ing water for pink or g
calicoes, vinegar added.
Washing an oilolnlh with a llaatiel
wiiru. water, ivi.ing dry, nnl rnbbi
little skim milk over.—Good HutiBok
Brown—I wu. lonkingfor ''mud;"but. in    in&
'.'llr glilest nad best uf  Iho sons of the   tllia AM " '')' lli" 1"':"1'  ''"" '» """ '""' NAMED BY THE PUBLIC
orniug" was. written by Reginald  lleher   -*"pj-\\hy nut look  under   "water?
istoti       The Duke of Wellington wn« onlled
and lirst juib isliud iu tlie. "Clit'istiau Ob-
big Slaa miiie mills mii.Umi' dimple lol «H'vei''Mn til.
Ilm  smile Iiiiii   plays upon the ciilili- PROVERBS
telllllli'l's of Ilia iiwiufs.  lllld   if things :
conl inni' ns limy ai'i'iii preseiu. th I-      One hand opened  in charity may   be   cloaks ujiiuidsoll so freely?    Druinmor—
pul   nf gold lli Um southern milium,   worth one hundred folded in prayer.' Thoy'ru nil In bu charged, are they uot?—
t'liinpswillbeeoiisidiiriililyinerensedhy     Mere.iuliliiv U often mistaken for wit
Um working "I tins tm iu*. . .-,.... ,„
,. ,    n    , ,,    ,    ,.        |\ i     ail   o   ea,    il" \. is, .un.
I iiiii pleased In suv Hint   Mrs, Dal-
ryuiple i.s again able In lie mil. ami will'    ■•'■ •■'■' '■" ""i'i1!' "f ''llr 'rumpota slinuld
soon bu strong enough to rosuiuu liei   go. wbh ail gre.ii truth., Pekln boasts of r-tl,000 becgar.,
household duties, Soecia! lc-lslatimi may produce eollpses, I    Adwar ling iitSldgakeii, Japan, is
bntcan'i iiialn'siiilllglit, I 3(1 yi-.-a    Id   I a 1. a I" ia.- ■ ■
Wedding piesi nt. havo, mnoh to do with !    T'e,.';',.: I-ufiiie Cldnose eniiilre are
Transcript.
A peculiarity of their  kind, — Mnniifnc
turer—Wliui.  innkes  ynu  tidtik  eleotrio
Jeweler's Wot-kl;
THE FAR EAST'
Mr. P. II. Kline, who, since the
aaiiip Iirsl started, has been tlm worl liy
busi uf Um Giihlen Gate hotel, reeeiilly
piii'i'liuiii'il liy Mr. T. Elliot, bus lefl for
I'lilifiiriiiii, ami I'riuu lliere will journey
In Ilis home i". Um east, which lm has
mil visited fur wniie years, ll is not
exported, however, Uml hn wiil H'lnaiii
lliere, as westoi ll life lias iuu many
fascinations I'm' any um' who lias iur
any length uf I inm eiijoyc-d Ilm 'luxury
uf ils fri'i'ilom,
Ael ill ■■ of England, from tlm viui...
Waterloo.
.lames Feniinofe Cooper iias been e.
tlm Seat of lliu Seas, from 1.is sua,..
marine life,
Charles 1. was called tho Man of BI.
by the l'lii'iiaasand the Roynl llntty.
the Royalists.
Sir I', dip Sydney wns the Poet of:,
im: bee.... nt ilm amatory cliarticter
Ullleh nf las verso.
Henry Eieldiug wns called Hm Prhi
Novrlis", from his skill in doploiing
making uiiiriled life a fiilbrre, dlvid i      n nine il.li'erciil grades m  ela.
Tliur    are. times when a weak ruler is s-s, di              . lo Iron) line  aimtlittl by Hotel'in Imt.oil.
move diiiigerulia than i\ strung enemy, the Union ivurit on tiie cup,,                            H-.v u was oallefl the Fuller of a
There am eiuergenci« hi wliieli an'onno. M         ,ra it, ilm res ing place of Ilm I1'' ny, frniii llio ynuiiluenee he guvs th
,■   ::....
of powder is worth a ton uf prod., iinlion,    S
[n ol'di'i' in 'a., e died good felio.vs sumo
folka re tlio ftieitnoat kind o( olios to tiiuso   !
tluit love litem bes(t
feel t. ..'..
.. l- la   reiuliy,
.   ;. a valley.
' :  .a  '.   : ,.
,11 .   ..i
form ot i-iuiipiiuiiimt.
i inn'   ■ 1   .a- I''u\ was called the
of :i.  I' ui '..a fn m his generally t,.-
j iheop.u.'-.aaon in piilitlu., I'HI'    (Al'll.i.AHV-l l.i:( litOl.VITC
si.ik i: in in;: exthaction
OF (KH.I).
ii ill) carelessness nml iimx-
ilm manipulators ,>f the
ruck, there are two gen.
whicli go to produce the
Aside (nil
■I'l lies...   of
nild-bearinc
■ul  causes
lorinuiis luss in gnld which occurs
j'ter the ore has boen taken from the
'line  n  loso estimated  by the hunt
'jthurities to exceed no avorugeof 60
'ar cent,
In tin, lirst place, ilm extreme line*
Ijass in which llio particles nf gnld are
I'l.'ti I'uiiiiil findtirs iU extraction by
, ie older iimll:ui|'i practically an ini-
ossihiljty, for the reason (hut gravity
nli pnndotl '.I: In bring Ilm gold in
' miu'.! witli tlm  'cury placed for
- nUiitlgainittioii when tlm fact is llnil
uhi in a minutely di) ided state and
■'eld in suspension in the slimes is hut
"tile Influenced liy that forge, nnd is
fti'ti curried several miles nflt r puss-
ng into Hm stream before being de-
iii-ilud.   The  genius   who   luueeived
[,lm idea of skimming (he creeks in Col*
ulu tu oblniii il ream "I 'In' out*
| ml uf Um mills in the vicinity, how*
ivcr successful be in.iy have been, was
■erlaiiily mil lm king in qlnicrviitlon.
Tlie second, although gonerallv im*
igined lu be Vi'i'5 dilVi-retil fruln lbe
'oruier, |s in i,ni' respect nl least quite
liiuilnr its un gltlmnle cause. In iliis
■m.i ll,, |'.ii aams inelal is su associ-
I i|:.i| will, other minerals which conceal
I uul imprison it that the ore is said to
ae "refractory" or "rebellious." 1
have used lbe terms, conceal and itu-
■ prison advisedly, for there can be no
eason In doubt whal inustgcoil niotnl-
urgisls I'liiietir in holding, viz. I Unit
add a\iai- in a metallic stale in every
,,i*iti  uf urn  iii  which il occurs, nud
II hough generally alloyed with other
mini- ii is always extaiieoua lo the
nides ur sulphides nf those or other
I umiak
When associated with iron or capper
bisulphides, iillhuugh some of tho gold
,,,., r,:a free.-ind  coarse ,-niil i.s readily
nuialglimated, much uf Ihu inelal is exit reniely fine nnd appears lo form tlie
I nucleus ou which tlm pyritic crystals
luiili.   Sn line, indeed, i.s some of
| Ihe gold thus occurring Hint it would
appear In be lbe unconsolidated precipitate from a solution.   When gnld
is  freed  from  these  "siilphurets" -
chemically   bv rousting, the sulphur is
driven nil' by heal nnd Um pyrilic crys-
i.ils nre decomposed:   But the gold
still in u metallic slate rpunilns cnv«
lied  more ur less  by  Hm resulting
I oxides nf the baser inelal mid nut ina
I state lo he amalgamated in tin- usual
manner; I bus rendering furl bet' chemical means necessary fur ils recovery,
Thai the gold may be freed also by
mechanical means ciuinot be doubted,
Tlie following laboratory experiment—
its une nf many differing slightly in result -goes In establish this and some
other of the piopositlons made above!
A quantity of pyritic ore containing
Iron and coppei sulphides willi a small
porceiitagu of and assaying $11)1.8,1 in
gold and nearly two ounces of silver,
wus crushed euiirs'ily iu a luurt-ir and
divided iulu three equal purls. Sample
I, on being treated in Um. usual iniin-
tier with potassium eyiuidie, yielded
ntily III per colli uf its value, iu the snlti*
imt; sample ii was thoroughly roasted
in a iiiullle, and on being treated with
cyanide yielded a solution of 1)7 per
t'l'til in value; sainpleS,unrousted, was
again placed in tlm mortar and ti-iltir-
iituil In un impalpable powder; Ibis
was also subjected tn the cyanide process nnd yielded 1)81 pet' cent of the
iissiiy value. Tim extreme pulverlzii.
linn of pyritic ores and other ruck containing gold iu nn extremely divided
state has, however, hitherto given extremely pour results practically, either
in chemical nr mechanical und amalgamating methods, for the reasons llnil.
in Um former case a paste is formed
ul.iii:si Imput'vious iii ibe chemicals,
iind in Ihe latter because the mercury
liud gold are converted ini" "float,"
wliieli is t'iit'rji'il away in Ilm stream
and lost. A foreign pompnuv httv|tigil
large display ni Hie World's Fair of
mining und milling apparatus, appreciating Hm luss iii'i'iiring from this
source, ndvi'ii...',. ilu- prevention uf
Hunt liy having ils mills adjusted sn ui
lo crush coarsely, This method is not
quite original,  o.■:;■■•■ ■ •. .i    n .- -.
 ■ lui'gi
lii'i'd ii I'u
Hiimertnisiirrastras worked by Italians
nnd Mexicans are now leaping n harvest by running through lbe tiiilln,
uf those mills, Tim fact is, Ihe in
man is placed between Hu- Iw,. burns
uf n dilemma i he must either crush
coarsely and lose some nf bis gold as
float and much as tailings, or he musl
(•rush li.mly und lu.-,i> some, us tailings
;,itil much as Hunt.
The en pilbiry-1'lerli'i.ly lie sluice offers
a solution io this problem in providing
an apparatus that dealing wiih metals
in Ihe lii.'sf possible, division renders
Impossible any luss uf Ilm. minutest
piiitii-li: of gnld in ,'illmr free milling
pr extracted ores nnd makes entirely
unnecessary the slow and costly processes nf chemical extraction.
Tlm, method is applicable to quartz
mills, beach mining, or hydraulic mining, In tlm former case much cumbrous machinery now used us coticen
trutors nnd amalgamators may lie dis
penseil willi, no Dial nil hut' in labor oi
power no expense will be added to tb,
it'oc-iuilh'iig methods now employed,
Yfllile the result ing product will be
f\-">\i IH to .yd par nni  increased,   As
WI
ie!y	
however, ns  nianv ie
■ ('iilifni'iiian mills have prac*
ur vent's, ivilh the resull I hul
xi t, ' ' ,.,.-.■ a'.    K"^l—^WJiyry
applied lu hydraulic milling lbe |j(| per
cent now lost as Hunt hi l\\v slickeus
may he almost entirely saved wilh Imt
slight additional i-xi eiisp,
Tim capillary-,-a eUuiytic sluice, as
applied to the extraction of gold, cou-
isisls ,.(ii series of amalgamated copper plains set almost vertically io a
slnipo lu ix in sucl\ n manner that very
narrow "capjilgry" passages are
formed between the plates; floodgates pin ceil nt each end preventing
I the passing ui fluids except through
I these passages, Ihe widths of which
are controlled by the hand-scrpw acting on simple adjusting mechanism,
Tl|e copper plates used nre 1- by 11
inches, wilh a thickness of j inch, und
are two inches apart when exactly
vertical; when adjusted, however,
they incline at an angle of about 45
degrees. The number of plates and
consequent length uf sluice are dependent on the flow which the apparatus is intended to control, A sluice uf
fifty plates has beep found a very convenient size, and a number uf such, |s
preferable in large mills to ope o|' two
uf large dlnielisiqns. The slimes or
water carrying the particles of gold
llniv ini,i the sluice, and after attain-
Ing such depth us the capillary passages are adjusted to, become exactly
equal to the bow into the sluice, aud
thus an overflow is automatically prevented,
Tlm capillary passages being extremely narrow—ubou| i-ii.1 oi an inch
generally—every particle of metal must
of necessity be brought into Intimate
contact 'villi the amalgamated surfaces. The contiguity of the plates
also calling into play the little consid
eretl but very subtle molecular force,
capillary action, whicli in this instance
acts powerfully in attracting |u the
plates the metals willi wliieli they nre
in affinity.
The electrolytic action of the sluice
is produced by passing a current of
electricity through the aeries of plates,
and the flowing fluid passing through
Um capillary passages between,
The action of thu electric current is
twofold: Iirsl, io carrying and holding to the plates the particles of tlie
precious metals ei.iitailiad ill the flow
in a niiinner analogous to the processes
uf electroplating; and second, in decomposing tlie lilins of oxides or sulphides adhering to the amalgam or to
the flowing particles, that might otherwise prevent a free amalgauuitiou,
Under a continuous current of electricity some heterogeneous particles,
under certain conditions of the ore,
may adhere In the plates even when
Ihu affinity is hut slight. This difficulty has boon obviated by employing
an alternation current, under the vibration action of whicli nny adhesion
of lite electro-negative elements is prevented, while ut Ihe highest, electrochemical clinractur, such us gold, silver,
platinum und mercury adhere to both
surfaces, The impact given by the vibratory action also produces a more
dense amalgam and a (Inner adhesion
l linn would be otherwise the case, This
is of some udviiulngu where the gold is
npich alloyed with silver ni'taul.
II. will lie spoil mat llio capillary-
electrolytic sluice is n continuous process thnl may ho applied to any wet-11
crushing  iniil |    Ihe  only  condition ,^
being Ihnt the slimes .shnll he delivered j |jf
it. the llnttst possible state of mechanical division to secure the host results;
while for hydraulic  or lii'uclhuiiuing
work all coarse gravel nnil sands must,
be screened from the How before entering;! he sluice,
As before staled the process presents
no increased cost to milling operations,
while the extraction of gold is infinitely
greater. As compared with chemical
methods it is more certain in result,
affords lung opportunity fur loss, is
inure easily adapted tn lbe changing 11
character of Hie ore, is inure rapid, and
presents none of the great elements of
expense attending Ihose processes.—
ling, uml .Miu. Journal,
"-L-*--j«v-*ir««,r—i«.-»r-
-rmn4pir;-rir"/1r&!'"
-r-jraziArriS-x—
iizr^.rx.'j&irr—?njrfnc-iAV*-rj.-rti
nam .'". ae
•rs-oxiivG- south
leave Pentifjtop   1 a. m, evoiy T
Saturday, arriving af Eairviuw i p. in
the sfuiie evening,
yesciay,
ancl Oro
rhursjday dtul
Washington,
OOIHG   WOKTH
leave
Oro, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
in,, connecting with
W. J. ARMSTRONG
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wu
ancl Fridays, reaching Fairview
at u
i>
SS, Aberdeen and S, & 0. and C, \\ Railways.
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Stoves, Ranges ancl Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Machinery.
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A Large Stock of All Rinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
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Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
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ipmg.
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'FOR PHICHiS* AIU'I.Y  TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KELOWNA
A. G. FULLER
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WAR EAGLE COMPANY.
Incorporated  liy  Well-Known   Mlnln**
.Men,
The War Eagle Mining Company bus
been incorporated with u capital stock
of IjiiVIH.OOH. Slock is subscribed as fol.
lows, io sliurcs; Patrick Clark,68,8341
John Noyes, 25,000; W, U Frank, 5S,-
333; William L. Huge, 25,000; George
W, Dickenson, 25,000' J. ,-\, Finch, (12.,-
H!7; A. II. Campbell, ($,016,1 W. ,1. 0,
Wakefield, 25,008; Austin Oqrbm.sec,
uinl, 62,500; I'l. ,1. Roberta, 4-1,316; A.
he HillingsIT, Herrlck, :i2,r,ut); li. d. Kingsbury,
17,217. Eighty per cent pf the amount
of each share is paid up, making $400,-
txxi, and leaving a balance of $ioo,ooo
unpaid mi account of subscription.
The nrlicles of incorporation, filed for
record yesterday, stipulate that the following sh.all set as trustees! P, Clark,
Spokane(.T. A, Finch, Wallace, Idaho;
Austin Corbin, second, .Spokane; W.
J. (l, Wakefield, Spokane; A. T. Her-
rick, Spokane: B. ('. Kingsbury, Spokane; A, li, Campbell, YVullueti, Idaho,
Spiikmu.'is niiineil ns Hie company's
principal place of business, The objects specified nre to buy, louse, bond,
hold und operate mineral properties \u
the United Status and British Columbia; to construct, maintain and operate concentrators, mills, reduction
works und smelters; to buy, bond,
lease and operate railroads, ferries,
tramways ami other mentis of transportation; to buy, lease, bond null locate timber claims und to do everything
consistent wiih the business Indicated
Tlie particular purpose of the new
company is to operate the War Fugle
mine, iu the Trail creek district, British
Columbia, recently ucipiircd by pur.
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Barnard Avenue,       Vernon,B. C,
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK,  B. C.
Rates from Penticton to Camp McKiuuey, Rock Creek, Midway and
Boundary Falls, two cents per 'pound for two, tons or under, Marcus to Mid-,
way, tho same rate.   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
first Class Accommodation,   Good Stalling,   Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, "Washington,
McAULEY & LUN.PY, Proprietors.
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, B. 0,
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor,
fAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
d5-6m    - VERNON, B. C.
35-ffOW   OPXUtflHTG-!
Well Assorted Lines In.
FAIT GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS,
CLOTH BOUND BOOKS,
CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS.
Xnvu G&rds ii\ Qreat V&ri*8t\).
Al- Naw Stock and Prices to Suit the Times,
SMITH    BROS.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Vernon, B. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABJJNQ
Stopping1 Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash,
XfcAIKE'S   SSOX&Zff   HOTEL,
LUMBY, B. C.
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs,
laoiiis Bdoi-axxdL, Prop.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Rigs to Ruck Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus and all other poiu.t,? in
the Country.   Parties desirous of seeing the minus should
(live us a Call.
Heavj'- Teaming Promptly Attended To.
RILEY &  DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinery  Kept in Stock.
CONKLE & DONALD,
MIDWAY, B. C.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
AU StooJc Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P, O, Roy 582, Washington,
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