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 THE
VANCE.
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Vol. IV, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
. FALL GOODS.
Groceries, Dry Hoods, Boots and Shoos.
w.
M. COCH HANK.
VOLCANIC, IRON CAP AND WOLVERINE.
News Far and Near.
It is furl lit r cliii tn*.) (Illll   llu* tfowrn-
  uiwit-, in making the wit-wy tlmt bait
Boucitob Sui'RKMB Court.   An Eighth Interest In These Three Claims      Jtinii'u Breen ll»R wild hi« interest 111 just heen finished, instruct--'! the ill-
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. 1
5j£ ' NOTAUY I'lUI.lc, C'ONVKVANCElt, K'rc.
'■    \    Olllee: (jilniiires lllui-k, Barnard Avenue,
Ml VEIINON,  • II. c
m _^__________ _____________
%.' PRED. BILLINGS,
m r
; BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
f  OFFICE I Marl ill's llloi-k.
Vernon, B.C.
Hardware, Etc.
PORBE8 Al. Kl'ltliV, P.L.S.,
I A.M.ti.8.C,E„
Sold for $5,003.                      ,|„. T|ai| .lll(.||,.,. ,,,  vy   A.t'inrii of lns|ieetiil« llllll   people  in   charge   I.i
When iwo in- three iveeksngn Ihe  Butte, Mont,, for $2li,000 rush, exempl   fr   survey  n   snip  ilnei*
lease for 15 years uns given tin the _    .    , miles wide  tilling  the  Intel national
,                  ,•    ,   ,,   i             ,n Ho-sliinil pinole me experiencing n   ,                          n
nii.ive |u'!i|i'i'iics loM:'. Iiii'sen ni Den- ,,,.,   ,.    • ,.!           ii  biiundnrv. mil rerogn 7. ng I as a part
,   i                          i  .   ,   ,,    ,, greal   dilueuitv  in  getting u He mm     .   , ,    '        h           '
ver. (eilii., n   wan nuliee.l thut  Mr.Jl. " h      "                of the rcseri'iit on subject t<i Ind un
,, .,      ,     ,                                    ,,        i building, lis   nlnns nnil  sp -i-iliriillams.   ,                                     '
8. Ctiwslou's name wus aiming thuse * '                   rlgliU; um that when lie government
,,,                     ,                                 , wen-ilriitru uml lenders nilled turn   ,,,,., .       "
nfllieles *. nnd nuw il is iniide up-   , dd ths, t recognised und esta is red
,,       ,,,,   ,    ,            |   ,      ,, I.milling mil  ul  nil iiriiiiiiriiiin to llie    ,        ,              "
paii'iu by n lull ol sale ii'iiiiiled.ui Hie « .    '                       llu, prncpr lint lie ind uns huve no
.,  i •    ,       ,   ,                                          , goveri nl   grniu lnr that   purpose,          '
Ul'd inst. what connect nud inleresi '    ' c a in In t ml part uf the K'serval un."
,,,, ,i i       ■     ,1 ,      ll 1(1 lie   rilsecs   um    I il. ise   lelll el'lllg '
lllls penile lnill! luis III llie   null    much-1 ,    ,       ,       , f*
i inenied, n North Fork of Kettle ft*"! J10- "' h    " " d M
liver propel ics.   By sun,,.$6.0110 may | ,i.d''". "f ,''"ll,i"« "'f .K.T"'"1, ,""
> • *
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
It
he considered large for nu eighth in-
curding lo the rlolh, wliieli bus heel
We bnve jusl reiieiti'il uur full antl Winter Stock of tbo abuve llllll Aro
selling same at very low priees.  Hn befure inircbiisin^ yiiur winler supplies be     J|»
sure ami give us a call nml be convinced that our prlcoa uru the
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.     tWMl In undeveloped properties, yel
successfully iliaii
Hire   lliill,   one
'"   Record ol Mineral Locations lor the Week
Ending December 4.
VI'ilt.NON, H.C,
lit. may truly be snid tills ligtire Ihiiii
school   dish iii   lids siunincr.    If lhe u
21   Sili iu' I'nn, N, !•'. Kellle river. Coll
'.,.     ,' , ., ,        (huint'cs uf the province were properly       r,isinif li t»  Mli,,l,i.ll i,,„1 i:   \i
iusiguinciinl  one, .uul Ilm purchaser , -usgiii, n, i, .uiniiiu unu i,, .n.
§')•    I'i. Cli'llUKI.!..
iff T   K. CHOW
%
W. T. Shatford & Co. 1
THOMSON ST., V-IINON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
Fairview, Oamp MoKinnoy and Vornon.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
-% Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. *
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
iff r> 11. LATIMER,
Ill VllllNUN, II. 0,
D| DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
laE-xx-L  Surveyor.
Mela. A,hit Soc. Irrig. Kngs,
I
lias been allow, d to step in mi the
ground flniir, ns ii were, when Ihe
illinium of work done on lhe Iron Cup
nud the iinniciiM'.lioilics uf ore mi lhe
other two claims i.s lui.cn into con-
side,ul loll. On lhe Iron Cup Mr.
Brown and his associates hud been
milking prior io the lease for some
years past, they having run a tunnel
iulu lbe moll l it din snine lit*) feel,
tiilll llu-   object   of   lapping   llli' ore
bnilv, whlth it is Milii io .-ay cannot be
linked after Ihem would l.e no neees*
.Mill.-r.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores farotr now, as the last atorMifeet in
the did nf the Inline! .slums quilt' u Iul
of mineral stain and sulphides, which
is n pretty sure indication. Filtlilede-
vclnpnienl under the lens,, should enhance lhe purchaser's interest iu value
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VEilNON, 11.1'.
Lath ur
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knq.
slty for this stale of affairs, nud ii is u;  Tauiiuuck,  Welllnglun ciunp, T.
much lu be regretted I Iw govern n,        Skilling uml .1. W, II Iltuii,
were obliged lo ieduce ilie , ml uf or   |(,,,,^i..t, y ■.', Keelle river, (I. W.
appropriation for school building pur        Averill,
puses, as nothing is s ah needed 27  Legal T Ier. N. P. Nellie river,
as    schools   iu   places   thai    have       Ij, J. Hickcv
recenlly sprung iulu existence, such is  Badger. N, F, Kettle river, C. D'B.
fur Instance as Rossland, Green and I.. Hind.
The Triune Hold .Mi g  company -'• Frontier, Deadwood cninp, F. Dill*
bus   recenlly    I n   Incorporated   at l"1'1'-
Davenpnit, Wash., with a tullll Ini- 27. Sunset,    Welling -.-imp.    (i.
Iur capital stuck,  The Incorporators       Hiekeu,
nreC. C. .May, llie banker: Lieutenant h*7' ll|,|P"'  Wellington   rump,   II.  Mc*
Governor P. 11. Lime, Adelhert Hurl |      li"i''''-
uml ni hers.   Tl„. stockingof lids well -' ■ S'uii'ise,   Wellinglon   camp,   W,
known  pi-npcrly, and  tbe fuel  thai        Davidson.
such influential men as L.ic e and May 27  *•'"'■ Wellington cainp,,I, W. Me
in such tin extent us localise hull In he will lm prominently Ideutlfied there-
Calm,
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, II. I'.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
 i
JOHN A. CORYELL, A,M„ B.O. A. posited at Hie minis and assay offices
villi, is ii mutter of considerable iiu-i^- Moule Carlo, Wellington eiin,p, H.
pinlance to the people of Gulden and -"' Moiile Clulslu, Wellington cnnip,
ihe Palmer mountain districl gener* J. W. McCiiuii,
ally,   Tlie paying iptalllies of the Trl- McGllllp.
line has long since lieen deinunslrali'd 2; :*"' '• Wellinglon caiiip.W.Dnvid-
,,.,    ,, ....       . ,   ,        ,    to the satisfaction of ils owners, bm *'ii.
. '"'»■'""■ "'   l,"1""" B m\| f,„ „,nmiL, ,-uf v s ,1  has heen so »■ J* A. <'.. Deadwood ramp, 1). A.
nulled bis report lo He secretary of 1^  •     HMgatlnn lhat.its Hnlliruok.
,1,,'1,-ensuiv.    Hu, mine „l  cold de-1        ;  ^  k 28. Tellurld,', I g Lake ciunp, D, l>.
Ihtii'oughly salislhd with bis Invest-
inenl,  nud return him  ten fold  the
, n i un I expended.
4 • -,
THE ll. S. COLD RESERVE.
Civil Eiigineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
A*:*} DRAUGHTSMAN.
tarigat'on Projects, Engineering and Survey
v/or.,, witli i*lan. anu Estimates in'any
iiisucu in tne li s iiiiii nssnv unices; ,     ,,   ,    ,    .   |j„,-„aii„.
,.,,,., ,,_,,,„„, i Mr. llnil wlin is imw nne nl llie lu-inci- uiiuiasiei,
iluiaiur lbe lisial year was $8|,4S2,082,      , . , ...   ,. ,     .     ,*« ■i-.u.„ i .,,.„,*,   i , i „l-,.  u
.•    hi   .,.-,,„;„- ■•    i,     pain* •.-, is due lhe ia niil ul having '"• lime l lieek, 1 g Luke ramp. II.
ot which k(lD,]uT.0D7 were origin ,1 de* '         ,    .     , km snleLinnil
....,....„,,,, extricated the  iniiue limn lhe legal: iv, m. otilcklaiiu,
posils and h 22.. i'i.1122 were i-e-depo..its. ,        ,   .  ,      ,.,   „   ....   ,    , ' -in son.    I',-,,,;,),.,,,.,. ,.. ,   i    n,„
,,,,        ,       ...        ,       .    , ,    .      ei iiinglenienls inlo iilm li ils title hud   '«• °Iali   I loiiilcnie coup,  I,,  llo-s,
llie value ol i liver del oslied diil'iug   , ,     , ,, ,       . . i..,..
i Immune Inciilei       iiiinei   III isiiiiinnin.- nan.
lhe fiscal year was $15,71 I.i I.n, of H lllcll
!sl.*',_.l.7(;0 i me original dcposils .uul
he,'iime involved through mismanage
Go. Boating and Fishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire. ;.»...«'.'■.
X.BQTJS3Vb:E   BROS.   &   GO.
XX -1 X. O ii***' HA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., El
Orders from the Lower Okanagnn will receive prompl attention,
Pricks Reasonaiile.
mini covering ii series of ownerships, *•• Oriiiiiliuiiiiiuiid, Grand Forks, II.
...                                            . and of having succeeded iu Interesting       u. ine,
WI «,tltl.i rctl .piisiis. wdlh him those who have i'ei|iiisile|^' Silver B„w, Oiand Forks, G. W.
lurtiu.i ot i..j rruvraoo .mine-lately At-     llie value  nl  deposits ol dniiipstc     , , , \. in
1 wi in wilh lo ilcvi li pthei'i-opcrlv and        aiiiiui.
A. I..
Maps aad Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kctt'.e River
Mialng Division.
1 BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
tne Vllllll!   ol   llello.-lls   ol   linaiesllc      , ,.,  , li in
.,      ,   ...       , ,,        .        ,    .       ,      wlm wilh loueiili nlhi'i'ii'iii'ilvaiid        -"inn.
silver nullum nl lie minis during he. .        ,      ,    . ,n   VV'„slil,,„i,„,   (I .1  R,,„L-   t   I
,. ,„„_ , '        I pul it on it pei'lll, a    paving bass. ""■   "'isinngton,  ul  links. A. I..
fist til  year wus ff.8,811,30,1, and worn,' .        .     ,     , ,,      ,.,.,, R„m.n
i      ,,      ,   , . ,,        We iiiuli'isliiiul  ibnl  il is lie mien-        uogi is.
mm inuli at cil i no.i she eon s a  silver,  . ,,   i,     .,   u,,,,,,,,,    i   ,.,,
, „ ,       .., ,,    ,.     .      ,     llion  nt   the ((iiiiiuiiiv  to proceed ut  ""   Hopewell, Suiiunll camp, A. Lull-
iliiliiir vn.t.e, S8,li r.S-a: foreign lm • ,,,   ,  .,'        ,       .,  .        „„,-
llnil  nnd  coin, Sii.-..'«,l).:i: old  plate,
nice wilh ileteliipiueiii  work so Iiiiii ners
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k CLEM, Props.
sashes, doors, mouldings, r
TURNINGS, Etc.
bv next spring I hcic willl.e asullicieui j'*-'- Gleiitt'oud,   I'linideiicc   camp,  .1.
jewelry, etc.. *7oU,(, 11, ,    ainoiiiil, of ore available lo keep the Sutherland.
1 1"'"'1«':''V '''■",'llls;:""'-i]lll(' uil uu ml opeiati.,,,   Okanagan " Ariou, Skylark camp, 0, Dillier.
year was:  Gold.   $U,ll.;:!.lin;  silver 0u|lmk SO. Sl. Puipetna, Skylark camp, ,l,Mc
ilu,luis,   SiUMI.IIIl;   suhsldnry   silver yv.,^
Ii is said Ihe. Colville reserv, , has   , Jmu^   Sim|mj| m _ w      ^
ia luliil coiuage nf $53,716,521),   Iii nil-; been open to mineral local s since j,
jditiiinlo ilm coinage exei'itted by I he J)  •**. 1892, and upon the Blrciiglh   ., j,." (,'j, ^ pwl(jwlMHj ,..,,,,.,   •,; *._
I minis during the ycnr, go ill burs wc F this knowledge many uflicials of lhe   ' 1 *i-. > \x"i i "
= iiiaiHifacturedofthii value of$13,153,- goveniinenl hate laken adviinliigeof   ,, H       ' a   ,. ,   .,„,,,,
C.  F.   COSTERTON!™- <»>« »««* l«i« at Hie v eof tl«. r...-l I I.um- r _ syndicates.   '' ^m, '
¥10,311,515, and  Imvu  for u long lime past been   ., ,.   ,  ,',   ,,    ., ,, ,.
,, ii . ,      i   . ,, I ■'■ >'m' "> Irovidence cninp, B, C.
secretly yet l,usily;ul work sinking mil |
valuable  clainis,    U'liethei'   or   nol '
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER, S|-,,i"s'ilp''-":il;'!'i .!l"l!::l:,:iil!s.: 7,-;v''1
MIDWAY, b. c.
VKHNON. II. f. .... 	
I     llie   value   nl   gold   ulul silver esli-
— ■d-S-e-*--'-.  fox- , i,,,i
I nulled lu bnve been used in lhe Indus-
The Anglo-Columbian Co., Ltd.,  Wholsale j h.j.,| ,l|ls ,|,llil|f, ih„ calendiir year of
1801 wns approximated al :*HI.5IL(i2.*i.
of which $10,058,814 was gold nud $10,-
882.018 was silver,
The esliuiafed inelallic stuck ill the
United Slnles iiii July I, 1835, wns:
Gold, $020,220,82(1: silver, $025,&53,0M
Importers of Wines aad Spirits.
Nicliolles k Reaouf, Agricultural Machinery.
  _Vsent  Fox*- —
The Okanagan-Spallumclieen Bists.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
FOR
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
The RoyalInsuraace,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co.
liiint ii.
,1. Snowdrop,  Wellinglon ca lip, .1.
these claims ran he legally hci wil I ...  ,, ,,
, r    ' \\. Mil nun.
remain lo lie seen, as at no distant date   ., ,,    _ , ,,• ,, ,,
.    ,   l .1. On i, Summit en I up, ,1. \\. MtCi	
tin' mallei' may cninc ua   in- Inn   ml
,.-.      . ,   |   ' i Klllllli'A-ll* (IK WURK,
t In- i-imi-1 s.   It Is said lliu   si  -l lm ., , i,       .,      ... - , ,,.
.„  , . , , ,..H. Hull Hoy, Alex.  Wallace anil W.
01)chums    linn-   already    been   re- ., ,,.  '■'
corded   in   lhe   nliicn   at   Colville. i
CKIITil-K A-IH OF IJII'IIOVK.MIIMS.
Meililiers ciiinprisiiig these syndicates
.'ill. Sleiiiwiiider, W. T. Smith.
a total of $1,202,081,77*1, The estimated hull ft i all over the States aud are;,,,   , ,.   ..
,,..,,       ,   .,       .,,,.., .   „ .  , . ,, loO.   I'.llllnii, W . I.Siuilli.
|iriiilucl ol gold uml silierinlliel uiieili veiv uillueiiiiiil partes.   Forn ,el ter i-,, ,,    . ,,,,, ,.  ,  ,     ,       ,    .
I,, ,       ,    .       ,,         ,     |                 ,!      ,     ,     .,                                 .        . ""• linob Hill, I'.. .1. Lundvandoihei's.
Stales during Mie ciileiidai' year of tinders and ng as to lie couienium of'.., ,„,  ,      ,,      ,-   ,'■     i        ,
],,               .            ,    ,     Ml. Oul   Ironsides,   !•„ .1.  l.uiuly uml
ul hers.
TIlANHrl'ii.s
189-1 was: Gold, $30,500,000! silver, these parties thnl lhe lands of Ihe
10,500,001) flue ounces of a commercial I reservation arc open lo mineral hint-
value of $31,442,000 and n coinage value cation, it is necessary In iptote the net,'
The Dominloa Building St Loan Asso- of $0-1,000.000. Theesthiuilcdproduclliili  which says: "Bell enacted, 'Ihal sub- -"  (il1'''' "' i i'lt''n*»t, L  W, .M
Cation.
of the world for lhe calendar year was:! jeel to the I'l'sei'Viilionsniul allolnieiils;  .   (!""11 ,",i' Hll'ki'll,
General Real Estate & Financial Agt. I <i"hl ^m-m'm- »h^ ™i«i"g »t ds in severally to ,h.. Individ	
NOTARY PUBLIC,
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
HARRY  A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
(Successor to J. C. Haas, M.Ea
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
a i ul
ASSAYER,
laxxt-wAir, b. c.
value, $21O,802,2OO| cniniiiurcial valiit
SUM), 722,1 HO.
The coinage uf gold uud silver by the
various countries of llie world, so I'm
as this informiiliuu hns I u received,
for lbe calendar ycnr of Mil was:
(I.iiii. $227.1)21.11.12; silver, $30(1,881,1152,
In his report lhe dliTclur of the mint
says llnil ibe resull of ciiiTency legislation nf the United Slates for uvera
hunilreil years lias been such as tu leave
The Best of Material Always Used.;
■°- ! an incuhercnl  uiunelarv system, as in-
WRITE   FOR   PRICES  AND   DISCOUNTS. RATES: Gold, Silver, or Load, $l.oo oaoh; conslstenl, illogical and expeusivu iis
Copper,  $1.50: Iron,  $2.00 ; Gold,   (.m|   „,,||   |„.   j,,,,, Mj,,,., |.   ||,„|   \Ma\m
Silver, iiiid Copper, $3.00.   Other  ,.,,,         „ ,           , , ,  .
rate, on application, samples fro,,, m* ''"""'I""'1' '"  •" »'"1 '- '»'l
27. Loyal Citiiadlii
I'i. Clark In H.Clark.
Interest, .Mrs.
members nf the Indians of the Colville
rcserviilioniiilhe Sun,, of Wnshlng- **•   He,r "• "" 'm'"'''"[-i]- l!- Klink
In U. I,   lille.
loii. herein proi ided for, nil lhe follow
Ing described Had or porlinn of   ffl  'J'l'iiil-'.Di'H'Ji'.iI iesl,J.Shitiuiliaii
ri'sia lalinn,   namely, (Iben follows a
description of il„,i pail of the i i
talion  lying in.nli  of  ihe lowushlp
line l.i'iweeii townships 31 ami 86 ex
lended    wesl |,   t'l't'lltl'tl   bv   executive
In Til.is. Wlll-ll.
ii Golden Heel', j Inleresi, O, W, Cm -
Oa lo ,). A. Siulih.
i.i   FreeColniige, | riilen*sl,J,Uirei-l)
In J, IVi,
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash ancl Door Factory en C. 1'. R., Vernon,
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonaiile Prices,
LEQUIME   A   PO VV E BS, Proprietors.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
rdei' dated .Inly 7,1872, he audi- ai   l-f«"l 'IV r, [ interest,J.Uirerl;.'
liiril.V i. ii ii I ul. I liil I isl i ii ed I ii I he pull. '"''• ''""'•
Iled iiln,i,oUililislai,dingiiuycxecu. :l"  l""|V"fl1"' l""**e, all Inli'iesl, li.
iiu a -in iiiheipi'iici Ingwherehy        '' '  '" '' '" Thmiifl. ,1. W,
ihe-I hus set apart l'..r u rescrva-       Wenlworlh mid I?, del I.
lion I'm■ Indians amis of Indians.   ;i  V'olfiiiii*-. J Inleresi. R, A, Brown
n dlstnnuo will receive prompl at- i coiidliclve In iiiii* credll aliroad, and lls  And tile snme shall lie opened lu sel*        to ll. liiwslon,
tontlon. rcl'iiiin isi f ib sl luipni'liiiitI th'iiieiil and eliliy by lliu |iroclnnut*   :l   Wnlveilni', , luleiesl, It, Vllmiiii
 nmriirgi'iil    political   nail   lluiiui'liil  lion or ihe Fresidelll  nf llie I'nii.il        '" " 'a"*1""-
Send Your Ordor to-***~-v-     ouestlnnsof ,he I -. Stales I shall hu disposed of  Ier   :i  ' ' "I'* ■  '"'*'• "■ A. Himni
lull, Cawston,
I   I'll}' Unrk, , inl.-iesi.  It, T, I bin Icl
ll nly currency exeepl coin certill.Iiiigtou,"     The    Spokesniiui-Heilew, l" JI. li. iinliui.
For Imnlements Waffons i1'11"'"" Iri'd n''1"1' '' ln B"1'1  '"K " pinli'nsnfdllVei'eutii •• school'r.port.
coin was Ihu $'110,081,010 legal-lender It orneys, sajs, lelittlve In ilu- above
Buggies, Sleig'hs Etc., Etc.  notes then outBlnndlng, which tlie I lieu acl s "Tlie whole mutter turns  he     Following is ilu   rank   !   nielli
n .  n   j    ii i n   •     Sl'l','e'a,'.v uf the treasury was of lhe phnis ulry and sell lenient' used in Lnrks uf pupils nf Ihe Mldwnv public
HOUr anil  Hm,   Hay anil braill, opinlou UuiM he gold reserve of $1,000,-  foregoing act,  The attorneys who Miinnlf,,,. HhofNiivmi ri
IKIU iiniiiil be suilli'leu!  lo imilulithi; have given tiieir opinion tlmt lhe res-     LVCiass.uiiixiuiuiiimarksllnO .It'ssie
L.           11    I I       1   I          i    lie says ihal on January 1,1870 lhe the general iuws nppllcahle lulhedh
30UIH18    &   Ll0Yu"tl0I16S lh' f if*_unii»ti«m of specie pay nis, poslllonof I U lu llle Stale of Wa«h
Dealers in Groceries, Ury Goods, Boots ancl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS,
Write fur prices.
A  LARGE  LIST  OP   FARMS  FOR  SALE,
WOOD,   OABOHL  ds   OO.,       -      -       AXtJVIS.'XfXtONtA.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
W, DALRYMPLB
Cr«Mi««i*Ill       ^Bl*BkC*)lE_,lt---J.-fcl_
FAIRVIEW, H.C.
All  Kinds or Repairing,   llorsesliocinc a
Specialty,
ervatlon Is open lu mineral local ions Murray, Ml    fiddle   Mel llle, 890i
clalmlhal 'eiilry and  sellh'iuent'ap* Willie ,Melville, 805 tAliiia llopper,078,
plies only  lo  hoiiiiMle.'ds,    Mineral |[   ciuss,  niiixlmiliu   murks   800
eiiiins me nci-er sell led upnu. no rare Seiiioi:   Willie MiU'hiy, 078.   -Illlllnl'!
limy i'iitei-ed al the I'ail'-d States land Walter Melville, 7SO; Wn hi Miiiiiiv,
but the piper I'll "1'i'iiey redeeinnble nn
presi'iitaiioii has lii'iai iiicteased to
thu ex I cnl of $150,030,000, i-Mied iu pay.
 nl uf lbe silier bullion purchased
under the act of July, IS li    Besides
these, there were iiiilsliuidhig Noveui* I offl e. hul , cur Icl al Iheolll filie  770; Harry I'nbnersion, It'i.",.
ber I, 1890, $333,450,2-0 in silier cerli.
liillles; llllll as  llle  ni'l   nf  lull', ISm.
declared ii tu he "Iheustuhlishedp ilicy
of lhe United Stales to uuiilllllill lie
twu metals ul parity with each oilier.''
there is now u lolul of $0l!),2iJi)..*i:i2
resting on tlie basis of a gold reserve
ui -HHIU.OOU.UlX).
eiimlyiiiiilil.il.   Il is il.limed that. Ihe      II   Pli I' Class, luiixiluuni   minis
rescrva I iuu was opened by lhe passage MjO  George IC, JI 111 ill), WH.
of I Ills act, siihjccl only In the right nf     I   I'rhnei' Class,  mix un   murks
Ihe I ltd lulls  to  lake allot mi'iils; anil IHXI   .lohu ThurnlnU, Mb.
thnl since ilu1 Indians euiinul  lake Chart Class, imixiuiuiu murks luo -
nilnerai lull I-1   the-c iilliitiiii'iils.lheil' Mny Thuriitoli, 2.*iS; Geiirgc liigrlin,
rigid sure ina ill'l'idged liy lhe local ion  2 7: Co. in  I'.il 'slull,  IH'i; Caroline
ut'iiiiueral chiiius mi ibv ivscrvutlon, |Thoioloti, 118,   A, JI. Lbwis,Teucher. THE ADVANCE.
feinplated changes to take place iii llu
service.   A little though! fnl'cM-isid-rn
W.II.NIIIIII. I',,„l-„!lai.,a li'-lnnlh-H'maM.aa.wnulillsiv
Published   wcoklj   nt  Midway,  It. f. people nf the district  a hrrgt" imioratr
Subscription Prico, l&llOner annual,,payalilo nf inconvenience, uiui would fbsler a
S;tftri«tci,orN'yrad,'ftt,h0■««■«■ "»' •" kii"»v W'*'-
Advcrtlslti-;Hah isciitomfumlloajlon, ivariliibc ollieiiul inliove refrruedltoIhiun
Tliiinsli Hi ilm.,na if Tim Aiiv.iM-i; nre kt'eii tin* hiiti.nl Ilia presenl liiuii
tlwurk .itii*ii fm- tlio discussion ot matters ol
•iibltcliitcrcstantliiiiportiuiccwo do not ncc- ► •-<
(ossarlly onilonu nny uf tlio opinion-, oxjiraaod. «,..... , ,.-.,■ \< )*ri.;%
|.-„l'l'l!sl,„llil|.|II'C.ltlll.l'l'aiil.!llllU,lll'l".iillniillw 1 --11 KI  H..H    AOII.l.
Olllilisllial. 	
*^1 McNICOLSiiliiSiSiii^^iiiiiiifl}i§l GRANDPRAIRIE
v->>       H?        H>
/"v       •!*      /Jv
IT, ELLIOT?
■   i'RiMJUI!, KETTLE RIVER.
..   iistocki
t'oft SMifiL-iiSKBlCiliilS        .
Jost Received • •QENERAL MERCHANT'FA|RVIE*B•c-   . . w ___.
i'l'i'ssrs. Mi'dirlhy audi Bluett, ol tlie
MONDAY, DRi RA1BEH  IK 1895.     Silver Crown coiMpuny, are in tow n.
MV. Nick Thiniii' rdiH-ni'dl finiH'tlie
east on Tui'-sfiiy ln;-l. .iflui' an ilosem't-
nf several wiyks.
The C'rawfiii'i'i'uiill, ailii-c imtvIV ilt-lny
en route, has arrived at Peiiliclon, As
soon us il aan be set up, live uul] will
cnniuience work mi on- froui lite
Sniuggli'i',
ThesmroE .Ma. I). McOurdy nf ihe
.   '    ,'.  '
'.
# L Full M   ...,..
'  \    ■       ■      ■     \    :    ■     ■      :■    il    ■    ,.    I 'a    I UK
PRICES REASONAIILE.
mclaren bros., proprietors,
Ail i ia liysspui'i ia a
ciitustUal yiiiui-iiii.-ai-iii!inn
tu i'u;- |Hij.-'i'liiuiexiilrcil.
Til!.; CRAWFORD MILL.
tin: Fain lewcorrespondenl furnishes
Siinilltalneen   is
lUlbUeV    If "i.
Hi Luitraberiiaen's. Overshoe!
Ha Manitoba oven-lues.
at   at>   at
4',1 4,1 4,1
■
a-KMKSSft  BLAtUKSMITIl   -illOi'   IN   CONNECTION)
...... ,.,_,,. ,___-_,._.__-,-, | Staigi l-mswi overjj Muiuliij; ami   Widnitiilnv,
_J-Xii aL'J_Uii:uJl<(_0iru tor,Stamis*.Wash,
HA
4,1
so ;i New Line of
ns wilh the infoi'i ion Ihal. lhe long- "imuaiuueen  is   ,i.nvei'lnV tram   n
|„,: -foa ,V,.vl'.u-,l mill, which Ills painl'ul ni-i-idenl which occurred s •
uiiend.- i-n.-i  upnu lbe s ggler ten days ago. While engaged In round-
uinl... in Han   cilinp,  bus arrived ill '"'■' "P «"«"■' '"ia-.-Iii- own unin.nl
I'cniiclnii.   H -ing s„ near isl liu.id il i- ""l" ' »'"■ f"m"« "I'"1' «fl-I.«i»l>-
ml'...  Iherefor,',   lo pr I   Ilinl   Ihe   "Jnwl llle hips and broke the cnll.tr
mall'fill lire Wiil   see I Ills lilies! pi'OCl'SS     """''
uf:i-.-.itn.i-iit of th 'esiifthe province     The ladies of  Fairview, tvllh con*
iiopui-aliou, a llilng iniich in lieile* iiicinliiKe energy ntnl  never tired  "I'
ilrid, iisuny in » iiielhiitl of treat inenl well-doing, are hir along lu Iheir effoi'l
imi   run   l.e   i niiniii   ihul   will toprovldefiirtheieiili'i'lal itforns   *»   if p IV T T /-^/-\ y
iheiipen Ihe enst of production nf the inilu Inil line--.   Ui'. ivcm n can*    j\/| L, m   If      III
§
§ FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED M
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
^a.2Ki«-le*E,a*Kj.is,fc s-si-cL Pvirrier
Is
i's-   Hi   Hi
<■*•.        ft 4,,
precious inilu!.' should mil by any vass by them reiiii'ti'd 111 Ihi'ei
means leili-spiai'ij, Should future ex- of over $l)0t which, tvl'l be expended in
pi'i'ielice prove lhe Crawford llllll tile a Ohl'lfttinus tree eiiitet'lalnnienl mi
success thai is predicted for It, It will Christinas Ivvc al  if**' (Soldo,, Gate
he productive of iniU'b i-- I, aa ilu-ie  hotel,    This  v.iii   Iw  follo-ii'il  by n
are millions uf Ions of ore i.f fairly low  dunw,
grade, whicli il ia rlahiied Ihis mill will! ..«».iai. ..  . . —. "T""1
Imit wilh piiil-ll, awnillng ils opera- __„,-.- .. -j-n*.*.
tion hi tins Lower Okuniigan sectiun. LUWRj.U ft. HHllN,
If ihe owners of tliu Crowfuril mill can (
,1 an. -ii-sl ml.- l.i llie sal Isl'iieliiinof inilll' i ..   DZALETl'ITI   ..
owners,   lh i*  their pruocss  nil! sue-
r.-iuiiy iieai  ..- icieiie.i u, Stationary,      School-Supplies,
abuve,  mil  exii-ai-i   l.rjerefi'oin (al a
MIDWAY, B, C.
Animals, Bird's and
'Fish
Mounted In I'lrst-ClnssStjio
SKINS  TANNED  AND
KOUN'ILD
j Vou IU"<iH ami nut Sau*.
i:-
; Deer Heads a Specialty
(tillers \v Mall Will Iteceivi
JUST ABRITKDLZZ:
FA1RY1EW HOTEL
GEORGB'J.SMEEHAN', PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD)
OOD STABL1HG
Camp Fairvifiw,. Bt f.
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For SaJtev
l.'urs Mini.. I.i dial.T
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
for raw furs.    llOUK CHEEK HOTEL . . ..
Winner of Gold Medal
Al I'lili'iiK'i, W. nml Won
I'lrst Piine Wliorovor
slinivn.
TlhI OIII...J Hiv.\ !(,."
■VBRWOW,
o.
MOITII IIF HOOK CIIKBK,
xx. pintoinu.iBK nz-s-^N
Fihst('i..iss  AccoMMDIIAfilON  huh (ii'KS'ras
GOOD STABLING
JOYFUL-NEWS —
t |.'l.sl)ili.f iiii Kettlo Hi.vur..ff
at rami
nii iii iii111ii cosl ol product Ion) a good
peiicnlngc of the precious metals, say
.Si p■.■ ci ni. cnni,lined therein, then
I here will be room mil only for one but
fur dozens of such mills ill our smith-
cm e.iuips, and the iiupeliiaIlinl would
be given to mining generally as a re-
—nli i,I' their Ititrudiictiun, need uol lie
pointed uul.
► t *t	
.CLAIM JUMPING,
Judging from llu' utterances uf tlie ■
provincial press and tun own expert-
ciicc, the practice of I'lalui jumping is
hci'ouilng nf In" frequent occurrence,
as hardiy any  mining seel ion  now
seems In ha exempt limn till' opera-
llinis of Iiii- class of pernlciuiis in.li-
viilunls. (' menliug upon tie prevalence of cluim jumping, lhe Miner of
liiisslnuil says;
"Jusl now another obstacle stands in
the way of i lie investment nf capital.
li is ihe fear of an ailverse claim on
iilinusi every litlu except Ihul passed -
liy a crown gl'illlti   Clahns ban- been
-:-      i'oys,     -:-
Cig'ars, To'oao3DS,
Notions and Patent MsJi-cins.
e/IIDVv'AY, B. C.
P. 11. JACQUES),
Watches, C'io3aS air.l Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING  A  SPECIALTY.
VESNON, il. C
MEN'S
A re I ics
<i.'oii|l)iu|,'iti.i)iii     slioc
mul boot,
LuiTtbermen's   I^ul;
berss
Stvcnv  ExGltuders,
Three-buckle    lain-'1" ("'il't'r ':;'IK'S °' house   -ttaisbtings;   Rough ancl  Dressed
QKANAGAN  gAWMILL,
_^ KE^QWNA, B. G„
Ycti cam nt w  purchase Ceclar Panel doors, beiutifully
tmacle  isiil   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
GRAKD PEAIR1E SAW KILL
.*.—,
Rough -.timber
From fClO to Ot-*,
Dii'sseil l.irii'jet'
From «HQ t» HUS
Por ThoiiMiid.
perors,
Rubber boots.
LADIES'
Arctics.
1 iuttoii Araeon,
I Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
la,   ____EQTJJIBflEH,  I*?&,OF:
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H. KEYES, Prop.
Uood Aec(io,uiiiidali(iu,
tlj'st Uq.ufli'3 and Cigttl'Si,
!/*i.,,'Sl-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
FOR SALE
i
OKANAGAN MlSSIOH, R C.
This is ia splendidly llnislieil linnso inside
uml mil,ujiniisl ii itv, Willi gooil sln'ilu anil oul
buildings, Ib centrally loouttrl in Ilm Talluy-
iniil I'lUnlintml's is Homf li'iule. tt stiiiuls un, it-
(in ll Ki'iiidiMls ny! mi uml u,li,i,lfi lyaics i().li\.l(|llt,
and Isa it'.-cil t»yesliius*.'j,
CHILDr<EN"S
Arctics.
um GEREAM SOCK end FELT BOOTS
j "'""'" ni:,„ayi„i,x,,,,i iimfW   UTTl Ii;:|^GE
;::'■ ;„:;:;::hi,;,::::;;;,,;:,•:, :,:;:■ DnM Aili. Ulfl
Eesopvation Trading Co,
_T|i.JL- JCVi
-     -    -     VERNON,   B   C,     -    -    - ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
W.J, MEAKIN PROPRIETORBLACKSmTH SH0P
 :- - wviii
C0MPLF.TB OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
THIS   Itll'ViU.  NI.IIIDH   .VO   SPcICIAI.   I CI ■:('(1)1)1 IIX ll..\fl()N i
fi-? 3- il-i-l-ellls.-   A 'V.illllinillal inn  nl   tlio -itoy.tuoi.lri .1,',. .'..-.ii.lil   l.i.m.-l'. "ill
a,.-i«*-w-a#..*i-«'f.,.-c-^..-,-   rt^* ..... ,.--, a   ,■   ,      •   |    .-..........,.- -j. _4_>»-__>MI__-,
MANii'.u i".i:n:!
•>','.-VIH.lsit [CD   Is.-:,.
"   MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
m^m^wwm 'in,u'KK faum'"
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH       COLUMBIA  -
\J"**.-'-.■,') C-.'3",ii*ij.*4l ...(.*-,;( v
jiunpini! luis I'l'iiclli'tl a I
llieiiglil oi' H'liing, I be jiisllci) or III-
jusl in-i.f a  llilng luis mulling whal-
ever lodo with if,   The claim juniper GRAND
li fleii goes nbmil  bis luisme-s after
Um fashiun ol'a highway robbi'i',   lie                          PRATT*.    F ■?i
llnds ground and ininiis it, as hu would             *   *   *   l lvail\-J-, ®                                            y/a
holdn ,...,. I.. d,, .nut lake \,,,,,,,,,,,,, m      *'• S. DO.ULDSON      p
Ilis   tvalcll    or    his    tniiney.       lu    llle                         r      Tir inn ffl                                                                fe
liri'si'iicfiifiliisc liiion of things no            J. WAKJJ, S (iHffll^T  & DBIIGCIST ff<i'^l'R ^ I'eciautiks—Yari-eiies Profitable in British Columbia
honest claim hulilcr fci'U st'ciifc, and              IIiiicklwi;.: ani, I'i.aktk nit ^
bul fciv ban- llie murage lo buy. for. :  w
ii'lieu lhey buy lhey probably buy a  nave You   a C3113J3 0?  CsifJ? ffl
|,iiv -.nil 1111.I siil.j .el  Iheinselves In in-. ffl
leriniiiahle dclav.    I'lii'i'i isl. hu a                    ,, til                       x
1 '•     e 1                              TO\/         "T" I ~" O'M""" " 4"
1'  I""   '"  ""^   balioiiesl j ping,      j |-{Y           I J^O.r^r., ffl A Full Line ttif , aSJ
VERNON, D. C.
(_;>( 'l'tees Free from Pests.
ffl Flit IT   A.\0 ORNAMENTAL T'lll'.KS,  PLANTS AM) VINES.
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Send lor Free Catalogue,   j   li, Hijtciiersuk, Manager.
25 £t,xx*-L SOj. ^ti,-^*. EJorfc-toUo   tt
ti
ul Sold On:;-In
ti
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THE DRU3G13T, UERNON.
,...,.,■!.      , ,   ,,  ,.„,,,,    ,, p,   1       ,      «   11 V, Ha"   Ordorr.   From   tlio   Loivor ffl
 v. -"«■„ g,-,.ni ft.,.. Vernon Privats iJoita. I - - — ^
ti
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nlhi'i-wist! lbe priispccls of lbe cninp
niil l.e i'i,iily injured, to say limbing j
ni' iin- «rungs linn will hu (hint! in Individuals, If iin- coiii'ls are powerless
la provide a remedy, Iheti we see no
li'llef exeepl iu a  united public senli-
lui'iil. lhat will not l.e I rifled wil hand   T)     TVT      T A t/t   r\T)   jy
thai   vill   Iiiul  a   way    aserl   ils,  K.   IN .      I J\ 1  L.KJ l\  ffl
poller."
ll in nil l.e ii mu ij- stale of alliiirs
lnill nl. shnlihl llle liuie ever cuilii'llllll
slliui'd sec, owing to the nets of claim
j I"'1
.-i.i -.-.■ I n safu a 11  reliable, lill
milling 1 in1 city, 111 d ihe sooner ibe
n 1 iii sic 11 is 1111 und ll e 11 Hi r, as'
11 I1111-I IllVel'l iiilvelsely I he ml est menl
nf capital in uur mines,
Tne I ui as ii s| iinlsiil pre-i-nlAi Iiii li
provides :li 11 ibe Injui'ed b is 11 tiglil
io luke .. ai in fur Irespnss, should certainly   receive   -    iiineu'dllii'lll, sn
ll III 11   glvall I    I al i,| mi |||    II ij;|il   lie.
I Hid    upon ih     w    wi     I   a il
I'elil - I'lileij .a 11 Ids Hi leaiiihle
I'liaim... of 1    .1.. 11 lie     e olheii, 1 f
lllllll' IIIWtIII p     "    I11IH
► o ,
llii   iiiniiv f ,11111*1* iii'ciisions  It 111 8,   , , ■      ,    ,
NOTICK Islioroli) K.i'ii Hail Uu- Lloi'iislaa
heen 'dull' Inc.,II at .mil mi lo lhe ['„,,,.
Drugs
Patent n'odicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses, <&c.
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i OACDLE HORSES . . SINCl.E AND DOUBLE DRIVER8 , . UUG-IES FOR HIRE
VE.1M0H, R. C.
I''. AllRIKN  .Ml VI I:.  I'lilM'll'AI
si'-.Mi run I'linsi'KfiTUH.
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Country   WHI   Receive
Prom;U Attention,
JMidWay Feed ar\d  LiiVery Stables
Mackay iNGiiiid • • • Proprietor.
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. t'.'.iiTii-.a tiiuvias- tq M.utci s, t'l.s'i'ii"I'nN ami tiitiiai Points
EWFii^SSm'XV^-S^JX^Jt^ii
!T.S!iOi Hi. m- tOf- r.O nr m CH. nr fir, C~.   at at at,at at sit at at at at at at at  at at at at at at at at at a, at at at
'■:,-'.-,,- ',-„■ %■ 'v i.i; ftft.!"„■,',,-.((,-(-.; (•;.- wj;-?;;'/;-'};--v;;-y;«;«;i<;>-*i«i;'';ir W"<i>,;;?5iV/K'ii*';7v;i*'?;i**;;-*JK/;c5;-'
^!^. -™, ,. - _ _ -,. — .__. _ - ™ S<t
'fliis liinlil-ini; ia I ff" storeys hiKtl uli'l sIuiiiIm
ihi Itsoivn Efi-onml uf liulf ua aoro iu ijxleni ntnl
is Ittl'.i'i.llilililliiitli^,business iuisi.li.in.
l-ii.!! 'Sji-jsms Ari'iiV Tn
U. NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
lEAW.sit mwsyc vou
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass,
^STen^a-Loao., _B. O,
: A11 orders promptly ul tended to:-.
Grand Forks, B.C.
SPOKANE FALLS
Lin-:'..* i.*;*i t oiiiT.
^IFURNITUREI^r 7»«-
I       —p     <j»-i m     b_______i
S i ft § ft i !__eS; Portrait &Lantapa Pliotograpliep
RAILWAY H fCHEAPERTHANEVERl " v„,,„,
nam "in g-, .;i;. « A ^
Sit   -__-!      VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR  SAlE.
inenl of our postal niTtiugeincuta, and
We in gain Itndi'f Ihe oeeessily of
Voicing plllilic Hl'lltilllL'lll it put i 111 aula    adnpled nt changing theday.nf| .,.,          - ■,«•, r,T»,.,/-, 0
service up, iirPentlcloi 1 fli-and D0 V0J fl0 HUN NlNb?
l-'ui-k., mail  I'liiitu  willimil  coiisiillingj
Hie coiiveliieiii'i, nf Ihose wlio are sop-
posed lo be, hut who are only purl hilly a'1'         ■_,     OP COURSE
rm"] ",;:,"l-v: '.'"'"'" i1"1* H vou M'Hi buy a MARLIN.
iiiiisiili-rall'iii   Is due   vel   tie sluuild *  1'»1>W|IM
line  Ihotiglil   lbe ii .limn >n eo.iilcsy GECAUSt;_._«__a_fi
l-cni'lilllv  li'lidcred   i.i   ill illces Jt lm- a-cll-l toi*—frotcfllon.
.,,,'.             ,                             , It elects (it (Im iii.li-Coiivcnifaco,
linglil hiiieli'i'ii e'ti'iidedlo Ihe pull* Jin light wolsln-CoiDfort.
lie   liy  the   .iili.ii!   in  Illll lllll'ily    llie It lies die ll»5.i..\'ai nui-rnl—Arcurncy.
poslufflce Inspeelni'   « illmul nnv great itIimfomitpiirw-glmpllolly.
,. . , ,- ,i;,.,,; i          in •    .        i Cenii for complete cntnlomin, froo, Bpiicliil peek
loss ol dignity, (inil a sullnai'iil  uml otnmlilorlSciuili.
tiueiy   iinaning given Hie pubiie by '|'HU MARI.'N l-'SE ARMS CO.,
Villj.il!-! '.Mis uial  ,,'cnl s of any ciil.-l >..-.-. IJuyiOi'Joint.
i.lUMMi   tllillilllll ,      .|        ^ AT
Nelson*FortSlioppardRailv/a, ^ | "CaOlpbell  BfOS."   1
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C. H5 "" ""'
r"*******l
  i»J«_l ...
ni 'iniil" s.iii'|ii-:ii |i..r im, nf iu,. us ..vims Only through lino to Nelson, ff__j 'ft
irtauwiiiboiidtiai iiiiroriimrui oni™, "aslo, Kootenay Lai'" '-—-• *':*'
r.r.d Slccan Points.
Kit     Kit     Kit
T.i i's i',1
Ml
at
:;;:;:;:;';:::;;;:;;;: rr:„,r ^^.^s^±.  '^Tzt?0 ' S i TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED | %
^   ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.    -4
Daily (uxcopt Sunday) botwoeii S)»
WMitolovcHo'riouklii ilmf
W \. It, I.AMIU.V
Qovonimotil Oflloo,Os-iyoiw, H.C.
At   ROSSLAND, B.C
<$ >iv
Ha Ha HajJ* <\aHa^y/ilt^.tiliilt'^t^lt  *\*$\tKlt£l* Kliilt^* y\*&£}S **A *T-* *^f*
knnti nml Norllipnrl. ^j>W*T»*R *i> <I> <h4* w4^n>*_> <t>  w<I> '.wjv JJv•/!>•/^Iv'Viv *?J> ■/JC/lv'/lC
TH-weekly   helwoeu   Noctlipoft   iind!     Immt nwmi..  _.. .   —
Ni'lain:, | "
(il)lX(J NORTH                     G0INC1 H-U'TI!
ih'Oji.tn MAHOUS 220 p, in.
(iMTiii'Mliiy'-'.'riiiir-'ilityM, nnil Sul iinlii.vs, I ruin
will run Ihl'ougli tn S'oltioii, ai-rlvii'K »t SiaB jun.,
making cIohq coiiuootlnii .viih thontotitnor Ncl«
a hi fur ICivslo nml nil lako poititfl, urrlving nt
Kiisitiiii \y.w ii.ui. Hfimo days. Iletiiiiiingi juw*
-^i'iik.tm will Inivt' hike jm-iuth iiiiiI NoIroii on
Moiiiliij'fl, VVoilnctitlivyBnnd rrlrtayB(arrlvlnit(vl
Sfifikivtio sfitua ilnv.
Pasaoiigom for Kottlo [Uvor und Hoitmlary
Crookcoimcot ai Miti't'iiij willi Htftgo O.mi.v.
Km* TIlAlIi CltKKK MINKS uoimool at
NorUmnrl witli Hlftgo Hiioitftilj'i
Kur Nnkii8paii(l lto»;c]»tnkoootinocl al North
norl "Ii'i Imni WcdnrfimvHftiiil Kntnrrtrtyi*,
uuifi.nr
ARCUS and MIDWAY
&WJL&XI   -LiSIfflS
Leaves Marcus Mondays ancl Thursdays at t p. m.
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P, M.
Leaven Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6a. m,
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m.
SI'KCIAI, ATTENTION GIVEN TO^MAIL, FREIGHT AM) EXPRESS
XI.   TS.   MOBBISOIir,   PBOPBIETOR.
0.  RlcDUFF,
Geneml Blacksmith,
Mil/ IVAV, BiO,
All Kinds of Mali Kui'iiutcd to llio Satis
iiettini il*Una 1 Uli'l,
FOR SALE
160 ores of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Sixty and Sovonty Acros Cltin roil
uml Dratnod. six inllus frum Carfll) Mo-
I'iniui.v. Ono Mllo front tvntfgoli rnad.
Allily ALVAt E (1IKF.
FOR SALE
TN THE IIKST LOCALITY ON TIIK VKR:
1   NON Townsite. u fun anrn uiui liall -"u*,,
Ints. oil Iuu. fnr lniililiiii(nri,'nril(.|.ii-c.
Apply at tills iilltoo or In
K, AUHIAN MEVEII,
Vl-ll-We, IU', MCTKOHOUK-H Al.   Ittal'Oltl'.
Lat JJ   li0|18 118" 50
Altitude, I.IM font uli'ive sen level,
'tuinfiiil fnr lick. .M.,f mi in .|i.
amii'ia:vreui- pen  ...i.iai ,:mii.\u   one. S.
Dou.
THE LAST CHANCE ;    |),.. LniTrrty nf Cnlgiiry arriYftd on
Monday's train nnd will now r uin
In Copper Camp Beaded by W. T. Thompson  *.„,.,, p,.,.„,alle„tly.   |, is expe.ll- he
D!EE;:T3Ei of advertised,
(I..,
I...
8..
.Mux.
Min
311
0..1
■26
ii
•J.-i.i
17,0
mi
n..i
32
tii.ti
33
28
I.OOAIi AXI) DISTRICT.
On Behalf of Eastern Capitalists.
The Last Chance, which adjoins the
"ninnus Copper claim In Copper camp,
has been bonded liy Mr. W. T. Thonip*
sun on In-half of eastern capitalists,
the owners giving the bond being
Messrs. \v. Austin of Ilnssland, T. t*.
Savage of Noi'lhport ami Ii. 1). Glass
of Spokane.   The terms of the bond
-_J
will enier into partnership with nne o.
our local physicians, j Compilotl In Alphabetical Form
From   ihe   number of   Christmas       Aud  Intended as u   Bead;
trees iiiul concerts Hi it arc heing prepared for in the (lill'eieiil churches, the
coining Christinas will he the liveliest
lever witnessed iu Vernon.
I   Mr. II. I). Kirltendale is now per-
Reference for tlie Busy Ones
OUNDARY FALLS
1
R.w-
ARMSTRONC
JAKES. M.H.. CM.
MY AI'I'OINTMBXT
RESIDENT PHYS1UAN TO KETTLE BlVEIt
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :       :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
II.
Mc. Thus. Wake is carrying on ns- doubt soon be made public,
scssiiiHot work on the Denver clahn,     The Lasl. Chance is a west extension
.Skylark camp, |»»f the Copper, and was located in 1801
Announcements under Ihe heading K Ml'' W' Al,ati"' H»> ledge hns been
of I il notices fan be inserted at 20 "MpM •» •"«'««' Pl«™, and shafts
cents per line each Insertion, I llim''"'''",l,nk''" "" K''l"'lt <ll'P»> " is
true, hut siillhieut work has lieeilllnne
McLaren Bros,, of flic Grand Prairie | ,,,,„ ,,,.„ .,„ , ,ll(1„s D()(lv ,]f ,„.,.
hotel, will s\ve ii coiniiieinmalinii llllll Lxj8|8 „,„,„ th, ,Wm, ff|,|~h in w|dth
and supper on Christmas Eve.   Allure [m hml |lmv,„ „, ,,„ „,„ „, **,.,.,.
cordKlly Invited. The character of tin. ore is similnr m
A new jobbing nuillt has been added 'ihnt  ui  fhe  Clipper,  being   what   is
In lhe AnvANCK plaul, and job print* termed a red oxide, which em lies fr	
iog can iiuiv be done as eheiiply uu,1 ,is 10 lo 16 per eenl, cupper, ami from a
well ns In the cities, trace to 20 ounces silver, and I'i $1
. |innnnntly located in town andispie- „ „ ,   ,"
have not as yet transpired bul will nn ,,        . „        . '       N.McLood.
pared to receive pupils tor Instruction  Carglll&C'o
lo $111 in gold.
.94     	
MINING   NOTES,
Mr. P.. P. Hurt of .Seattle and Mr,
McCiillnch are paying a visit tu uur
Boundary camps and looking over the
Held for Investment generally,
Messrs. MoDbw.ll k Nelson  have    Tlio devuloi) nl ivoik that is being
opened up a meal, market in Bnunditry ll"1"'"" ""' Al""'"uda is proving Ihe
Falls and are prewired lu nil I to P«)perly lo be tt valuable i , as the
prepared lu intend tn
(he wants of the public in their line,
The Christinas Tree entertainment
of the Midway school will ho held un
theevening of the 23rd inst. at TiiiO, instead of Christmas, as slated in a previous issue.
In future nil notices of concerts or
entertainments of any kind, at which
an entrance fee is charged, or which
are held "for revenue," will heinserlcd
as advertisements and not as local
items.
Mr. ,T, A. Clark left, on Tuesday for
Victoria, where he will spend the
winter. On Monday evening a niim-
lierof his friends gave him a send oil
Hilda very pleasant evening was spent,
Mr, Clark will return in llie spring.
Mrs. Kruger, wilh her daughter and
two suns, ciinic uver from Osoyoos on
Saturday. They have leased Mr.
Limb's new residence, uml Miss
Kruger and hec two brothels will I'l -
in iiu I'm lbe balance of Ihe whiter, lhe
brother- attending the public school
here.
The Dili of December nnd sleighing
has not. iisyui become general,alt hough
occasionally un impatient one mure
venturesome Hum the rest mny he oh-
.se.'ve.l in havu discarded wheels fur
runner*. If thu tvcith a- keeps mild as
tviil hardly In
In
nre is now liei'iiiniiig very extensive
and of n good rich chai'iieler, Tha
Anaconda is the claim upnu which was
given recently a tell inutilbs' working
bond hy ths owners to Captain Rutvl-
sion nnil .Mr. .1. King.
Everything moves along merrily on
the Winnipeg claim iu Wellington
camp, The shaft whicli is being sunk
neat' the foot wall is steadily going
down (ind lhe ore body looks well and
gives greal promise.   At a depth of a
mi the guitar, banjo, cither, mandolin
and piano, and those wishing in liecome proficient performers on these
Instruments wnnlil Hn well to patronize |
him.
■&2Z8Z BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
General Mor
BENVOULIN.
D. Nlcliolron  11.in,mini :
BOUNDARY   FALLS.
T. Hardy liotiiidary t'alisl
II is altogether likely i Iher min-: V,^!-"i;''\v'
I'le.si
slrel I roup wi.l be organized here I his  [.orrllroa
winter,    Considering  ilie very sue- ttemtoll.o.A.....
I'i'ssl'iil eiiii'i'iiiinnii'iil given here la-l
winter by Iho Vernon Amateur Min-
" Centrally Lo
i it'll Engineer _
in and   n|.-*i un
 Biiii'lmr
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
jind Stopping Piaco for Three Different Stage Lines.   No
■ : Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Slactly Fust-Class and Charges Moderate.
slrcls. we huve every reason to Iclicvc
Ihal much greater success will crown
iheir I'll'oris ibis winter.   Vernon lias
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
M StabliiiL
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Bbntford & Co tn ml Mcrulwnla
FAIRVIEW,
Ilull'.Vtnple, IV (jell  .      I   i,   ..;n. ,,
,       , , | Elliot/I' i: iii'i'.il -sl.-.-.linlil
excellt'lll  Inlenl   iii   Ibis  Hue,   llhlcll  shinnon, 0.0 Gulden Onto Hotel
shuuld receive 11 nt'OIII'ilgeiuentand I Hlititfor-t «c On     -euerulHcroluiiils
palriiniigi! nf lhe public generally,        ! Spi-oulo, ti, II Uont'rul Ulneknnllli
" h« '"">"' skating rink *" ■»•   '      ■-***"" Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
....     THUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS. B.C.
will he under ihe inaniigenient nflhe
GREENWOOD
i -
band Ihis season. .Should Ihis be cur
reel we have no hesitation In predicting llllll the I'ltlk will be well pit ionized, as Um band Is undoubtedly the I Miller, M
only Institution in town Ihal could run j Wiui»~ii,tj. g
It successfully, the music lining lu n
large exlenl a drawing card, Nuw thai
llie colli weal her bus set in, we can
hope for Ice much earlier than we had
il last season.
Considerable excitement was caused j Leqiilmo ft Lloyd-J.
Insl week over the action of Mr, F. S. | [*»lidm» Bros. S,
Bai'iiiird in regard lo the claims located on Ihe II. X. ranch.   The owners
of the claims and uur citizens geiicr-
allo i very Indignant nlioul lhe inul-
hiiodrcd feota crosscut will be inadel let'and think Ihal the claims still law-
ill the ledge lo prove Its exteut in fully belong to the first recorders, who,
width at  Ibnl  depth,  when sinking nu the strength uf this have goneon
developlug  thein,    Wind  has since.latum,iturryA
been received from Mr. B.lrniii'd thnl   Units. J. A	
Wood, II. k L'u Oenoml Mofehnii
GRAND  FORKS
\ OOOD STOCK HI-'
IColtlu
,_.,..:-r Groe; pi  Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete,
will he conl lued un down,
Mr, O, Cook i.s engaged .sinking ou
IVtird, ,1 . . .   lai liniiii Linn.
GRAND PRAIRIE
McLaren Bros Qriuiil 1'mlrl ollotol
Nelson P. ll Ilescrviillod TrailingCo
KELOWNA
linp'i innil Agi ui.,
,(iiieral Murchui,,*,
Leqiilmo, I, Okaungaii -nivnilll
LADNERS
Huli'lii'i'suii. |{ Mainland Nursery Co
OBDEll-S TAKEN I'DII ALL KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
RECEIVED
A I ULL SUPPLY OF
Sl.iiiiiiil, I,....
I'nryrll. .1. A
llie liuliy ciaiiii near Boundary Falls,
a property adjacent to the American
Buy, and as far as Ihe work has been
prosecuted,splendid results have been
attained, The ure, which is n copper
sulphide carrying gnld, is of a very
lid) looking character, and the ledge,
is sulliiienlly extensive to warrant.nnv |
he will  relinquish his right  to the
claims providing lhey give him a pari
inleresi, Inil  il  is nnl-likely lhey will
compromise wilh him.
Vernon, Dee. 1,189,*,.
Haiti, Edward A ...
hiurlin, M	
Ivor" Bros -
Leqnlino& PoivorB.
McXlco],,!	
MoAulayS Luiily.
lumby Men's Woollen Underclothing,
 Ram's Horn Hotel I °'
MIDWAY Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
 Civil Engineer
 A™H
...Minim: -nglnocr
 Stationer, Etc
il nud Livery Stable	
 Butchers UTisvwa
..Snivinlll  *™    5  -
..Oonornl Merclnuil
...lliilieliii'r lintel
-GRAND
mount of work being done and money , f' -, vni.i nTn Ann I -.««,   Prill   Sproulc.A. 0 ....
:liOffliei(lPatilliall;r::v:::,',:,i
A working liniiii for six mooths.wilh I
au optl if  purchase  was recently| AND   SUPPER
Mi'llull'.l, Illiii'ksniilli
NoitIb, W.II    Agent MldivayToiviisllo
j Heed,.I. W  Watchmaker and Jeweler
PENTICTON
....Expressand stago liini
 I'enlleliinlluliil
tun Livery nnd Suie Stable
_B*ci.-*bo-b.ex>
t\. L-AKU.,.,-:-**■_-__
-~5 oLsi.a:v-BSJS-
ROCK  GREEK
......       .  . ,   ,    , . >.lonl.lo&J)oiml(1 Teamsters nml Freighters
given on    he  Jrilliy claim, Skylark Thcr0 ,vlu bo „ Conmlomol,ltloll ]jtt„ |ll)t, Su    Pittendi'Igl,, II ltock Creek Hotel
cninp, by Messrs. Norris and Randolph parol tho                                      er-rWAivrr
Siuuil to Mr, VV. Nels ' Boundnrv &h UAAINfc
I  '.  rl 1    Til      11       17    i    l IGoaownys&MeAvliioy Nursery
Hu
BUTCHERS,
HAVING opo 1 up u bulclior business on
lliiiinilury Crock, we ure proparod iii
furnish the very chotccsl iiicnls tlio
nun ii,iiiii..r,is n, iimse who win favor Greenwood and Boundary Falls,
us uiili ilmir i-inni,in. Prices rciisoiiiililu l'l.Afl'. your orders early for I'liristuins
andordora dollvcrcd at rosldencoH and Ponllry, Benf.Miilloii, Park or Sausage.
lho dblcront mining caniin.  V .pal Only the besl kopl In stock, nnd prices
ronago rospjclfully solloltod. reasonable.
JleDOWl 1,1. ,t   NELSON. Mi'UOWEM, « NELSON,
at pivseul there will  hardly he good F„||,.   Ag [ „|ml hunk huuse has tfl„n„J|    J\n   '   '      ILiAl  ^TSV ''Vv'^'i ,77,"
■'•"'K -""' t:|"'i-"»-- lieenbulll and winter qtiarte,, llxcl | hWM    PP     P fl    MM  ^U'Kt V-o^!
Miicli i„di',,ii,.i,iu is felt throughout , nll'ord ,1c- moda I um-i,   U1UliU   l ' UiliU   liUlD1 VtRNON
lhe ilisiiictut the aclioii taken by the | of men, who will he pul lo work to
Barnard Bros, ill jumping the mineral I bleak ground on lhe c'abn on Wed*
claims lhat were recenlly liiciitcil upnu : iicsday nexl. Surface indlcallonspoiul
theii properly al   Vernon.   U'halever to there being a large ledge of on i™,
ilu-1.un -niiii* may be, ihe ucllon will | del Iheir 'lipping, and before spring
On I'lii'isiin.is Eve niilii.  All nro mosl
dlally Invited to attend.
McLaren bros.
Mil'i'linlil
U. A, lloniloi'soii. M-(jr
 liarrlstcr
 l-'ui'iitturo
liter
i't'llui'1 very little credit upon Ihe l).
t ti i it in n   I'i'preseiitiilivii   for   Uarilinn,
Whan ii beciiuies geiicrally kituivu in
I le cuuslllii Ml ay   which Illl   l-eprcsCIIIS,
feellni] if uaea-.n.-i -liuulil prevail
Iheraiii. lesl he might I here also curry
Ihe siiiiiH acl ions iulu practice.
A few bruises and sct'lllches is the
resull of n tumble lulu a shnfl bei ween
21) uiui iii) feel iii depth ii few days ago,
Mr, VV. Purler, miner of Ihe Hidden
its exislenci, will be proven wil hum
doubt.
A few days since n bond
euee   of  all   I'lmi'lluuis   body   of  ore.
W'init lends nil additional value lo the
claim i.s Ihe fact lhat il  is closely in
touch wilh the large properties of the
innip ii'i'iaillp purchased and bunded,  Good  Goods
nud also the ore In the vein, whicli is
suiiie 1,,1'eel wide, is of nn exlreint'ly
guud cliiiriiiiei', t'lirrylng gold,copper
and a small percentage of silier.
Mr. Franklin Farrell, of Farrell A*
Midgeon, i.s reported to have ruine
in ou Friday's stage In Greenwood un
a loiic of inspection, .Messrs. Farrell i'i
Midgeon are I he owners of the .Sicm-
wiiuler eluiin in Greenwood, as also
several oilier properties in lhe Boundary Creek camps, Under Mr. W.T,
Smith's direction these gentlemen mc
THE UEST ItEME'lY Foil
;'■■    •«1»'   ,-V
." {Sic IjECfs-if?!
»':ftiM   :Coughs.Colds, Bronchitis, vernojn soda water works
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. | ,..,.,. ,,.,.,. O'NEAL &. DOWNEY, Proprietors.
carrying mil. extensive developinenl
wurk   upon   lhe   Steiuwlniler,    The   a
is A
,       ... ... , 78fK';™|.nToys
In .Messrs. liirner and Mclniiisul \ iiii-i '
couver liy Mr, Joseph Helu, owner of
lh" Golddrop claim in Greenwood
camp. The terms of llie In nnl huve
not yet been made krown, The Gold
Drop stands in lhe liisi rank with
Greenwood properties, and surface
show lugs nml development, work done
Grown,  Wellinglon camp, being  Ihe  ,,,, tin- i-Niin. de stalled the exist-
lucky oue who performed the successful iicrobitflc leal, nml came up In lhe
surface whole in life and limb. Al llie
time of lbe accident .Mr. Purler wns
engaged in hoisting n bucket of tools
out nf the shaft, uud in l he .ui uf landing the same upm, the platform, his
feet slipped from under him. ice lining
iijiiin the boards, and down hu went
into the shaft, lining iinalilo to clutch
anything to save himself,
Mr. T. McAuley, our lucid posl-
niasler, has deputized Mr. IIain In
look after the duties of the office, in
consequence of whicli, as soon us new
boxes arc furnished, lhe postofficti will
be removed from ils present location
In Mr. Haiti's store, iu the iiil'anl and
sl niggling days of Midway, when
citizens weie few, Mr. McAuley undertook the duties of the olllee, ami as il
Is generally conceded fur more worry
antl bother Is attendant mi Ihe duties
than the stipulated I'Pliiiineratluii
wuuld warrant, the thanks of Ihe citizens me due Mr. McAuley I'm- services rendered.
Our local sawmill lias dunned lls
whiter cloak and is silently ami peacefully settling duwo to u season's rust,
and this, loo, when Ihe demand fur
lumber was never greater in lbe district,   The cause of Ihis stale of ull'.iirs
Is to be attributed to the unfortunate
loss sustained by lhe breaking of the
boon, at lhe mill last spring, whicli allowed nearly all tho lugs gut out Insl
winter to Hunt down lhe river, leaving
only a few logs and a little lumber in
the yard, which has since been used
op. As the logs have lu be rafted
duivn the river we may expect lu be
ivillioul. lumber until spring, which is
a sorry state of affairs, as a guod deal
of liuililing would be dune here Ihis
winter' if Iuu,ber tuiili, be had.
The ncares, points ul which lumber
can be procured af present is al Grand
Furks, illl miles away, ul at Okaniigau
Fails, which is snme (ID mile distant,
Under these circumstances building
operations are retarded and lhe progress uf I l,e country suffers as a uonse-
'pience, and more especially is this so
•vith ri fcreiicc to Midway.
"lew iiiiiay Goe„s=2;;;
Qooks
.     .
.  Fancy Goods
.
.  .  .
Notions,
Etc
Si   Hi.
4,1        4,1
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4,1
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HnnkurMo:m-_nl..
Billing. Kul	
Otinpbell llnu	
Cui'limne, W,!.]	
Crowd], T.K  Contmahinuul
Cmiiinlsel hhuii] liisumii-o
  Civil Ktigiii.w
.Cominlaslmi an I Iminiiin-
 Cliuinlct mid Druggist
Gardner, \V Livery Koodand.SnloSUibl-
Huleliinstm mn] Unvliltioi) Flour und b'uod
Jacqui'tt, I*'. M WiiU'hiiiiik.'i* mul .Jewolcr
Korby, I'Vins M Civil Knglnoer
IdiltniiT, I*' il  ivil tiij.'iiKVi- nnd AbVJij'cr
,v.i -!ii!<. i.i \>\t Slt&tilt *\* tit?1/ *lt ^!> iV xl'ilt£.t *\i& _>!' ^!<,-!i_'!t^!^!-i I'
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I D EAD - MARK - LEARN!       I
iy*BK
_^_»_____CASH OR TRADE
Will secure In vou lhe very besl bargains in nil lines uf
Hi.
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Meakin, W. J	
Hycr.F.A	
Murpiiy unit li'iittlkiior
Nlehulli-siinil He f
...Haniware Merchants
 Kiiliunii'kii Hotel
Vcrn ui Piilute l-'nllegi!
 Victoria H I
 igt'loultiu'iillinp.
HA  THAT
Ha
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j 1. . . GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . . i
HA .„- ik
HA
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ZSSlSStS'  -   S17S»£»X.IBS $
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Kit
TS
WOOD & OO.   i'.i.
t,1 4,1
a, a, a, at at a, a., at, a, at a,t *!^!*^!iM4i!i£jl^!^I^!£^4M£^A!4Al4 i,i,
ftft*sfti,iftiiii,i*,iibftftftftftftftftft 'i* 'i* *,i ft ft ft ft'
AT Till-i QIIKK.V1VOOD STOIIK, lliU'NHAl.V 1'ltKHK, II. ('.
it
O'Neal uml Doivnio   Sotla Water Works
Pound, W, C Taxidormlal
Slinif.ii'il uml Cn Gonoral Merchants j
Sliiilfnnl, S. A Dry Goods nn.l Milliner)'
I Smith and Clurlii Venum Sawmill
j Taylor, It. x (Ihomlst nad [irnggbl i
n,     ,        „   -„ Wllltiitns, Gorald PliyslelaiianilSurKooa
Plenty of Them wo.g,.,i, a. o ri grapher|
and Low Prices at MISCELLANEOUS
Canadian Hand Drill Co Sberbrnoko. Quo  , „ ...    ,   - ,,,..,     ,  ,    .
Anna co Now liavon.cou All Stock Grown Without Irrigation
la. I, Miireail and Midway stage
VERNON, B. C. : =" I
._,— —-■ —.-_____! ^HTTTC*__*T.IVTT.*?I spokane  i
IN GREAT VARIETY
Ha   St   sit
-ft   SS   T,1
Smith BroSo Book Store'H:'
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
TUSSINE'
All Trees inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
\ I. I.s,
V. O, Mux ~iti'J. Wnsliiiiyliiii
I'i-fC, ICTC,
Prepared   From   the   Original Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, including
,   a  ,i    i.i       i     . , ■  n'\ yitiT'i Jlf,N'1f1.', l*''"oIMM u"          n      ,  -,  , Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda,
Visits or either n! the members of this '*  Lonsoholds legally hold In tho Osoyoos Formula Only by
Urn, aro eagerly looked fortvni tl to, as] nlvW ,'Valo DlsirlcUfo laid ovor Iroiaihc                         '" CHAMPAGNE    CIDER.
never has Ihe advent of Iheir e g ', l>."' *,m'"?'f !*:",'','", ^'ll;" "' R. N. TAYLOR, THE B3UGGI8T, .  _     . „    „  .     ,
,„.,,.           ,              ^ .inni.. is ii,       (. .i. ii. i t ui i ..                                                     i a SDBoialtv Made oi
l),'«vcd futile, for itch occasion fur-                              HoldCotiiiulistonor,                     VKHNON, ll, ,-. a|JL.iiiiiy nKKie
 il.v 'ben pres u iu Ihu country Ooienunonl onico, Osoyoos, no,               ,   a cents nnd 6.1 ooiils uor boll In Raspberry, Sh'awiicrry, Orange,  Pineapple,   Vanilla,   Lemon,
hai ant the Investment In some t        liutli Orinbor, isni,                           ■..,—-._.—1-'--- '. ~_ an(j gum gy-u.is,
or other of mu many mlnlugpiospects,                                                           ,i. VV, W1:1-: 1), All in Pint antl             *"   "'"                                 Write for
which they with Iheir experience and
Weill! ll ure well able In I iiiii III good lie-
'' '' ,., pilllTYOAVH
APPOINTMENTS "''■'"'''■ i""'"'1
NOTICE.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
All in Pint antl
Quart Bottles.
Prices.
from il.ue ivo, the iinitor*
I applying lo lho Asslstaiil
Comiiilsslnnoi'of Luiuls uml Works forn lii-cn-,-
MIDWAY, B. C.
,,.   ,, ,    , . to in'ospucl fm
Ills llonoi- llie liiculenniil-Cniernor tmctoflutiit =
Inn llu- 'iillmt'lliKdi'sei-ihi'il „.        ,„,,-,, .  ,        _, <     . .
iiiioiiciiigaiasinkosotaboiit f'118 "'""cl1 Repairing ri Specially. Rlanutacturors of
has been pleased lo make I lie following ono luilf mllo fnnn llie month of liuck creek,
iinilr Ingthon net one mllo. thonco sonth *" M("''1 IVnrrnntoil.    oMm
une inlle, Itioaeo ivosl une mi'e, thonoo norlti '
une mile In lhe pnllll nf ciJliilnclii'i-liir nl. Klal\'l\'   IIK'I )S,
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
MII'il.'lilfODl'K, QUEBEC.
iippninlinclits:
To lie Notaries Public:
liiilpb Wiiiluiek Deans, uf Midway,
within nud for Yalnelectoral district.
Louis Vermin Cuppage, nf Osoyoos,
wilhlti und for Yale elecloral district.
 4.4. .
VERNON NOTES.
Mr. 8. A. Shatford went to Uossliiud
nn Sal 111 ilu;'s train In look after his
hl'illicll slore in tlmt place.
We are pleased In see tliat Mr. ,]. A.
Mailicsuii, wlm has been ill for some
time with typhoid fover, Is libit! to ho
out again.
Itev. Mr. Wooilivoi'lh, of Brandon,
Man., preached In thcMethodlsl clmrch
Sunday moinlng and evening nu the
sullied of missions,
W, T. THOMPSON,
JOHN u kiii.
Midway, Oct, 31,1895
R. D. K-nn.
Ill TCI Mali's,
  MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
i\\j   iv^/c j J|ni| (l0|1(.0rei| al |[(H. (Vi„,k mi ,|M II|(,
Mining Camus.
Camp  MrKiinicy, Osnyniis  Division  Of J, Kehh.
Yalo District, Provlnoo of llrltlsli Co
lioiiiilu, Canailiii Ml, Novouilier, 18115,
Tn II. (I. Suii.cv, Esq., .1. P. Snu.cv, H.C.ixn
W. It. Nonius, Esq., .I, P., Unman. Li. C. I
(laN-ri.KMiav.  I bog to  heroby  glvo you    Theparlnorslilp horitoforo oxIsllnRbotween
notice nf my ini cnl imi lo apply ul tho next! Angus K. Sluurtand W'llliiini II. Norris, luidor
all 1 ina- nf ilm l.lcoiisliig Court In he held far Ilia i lho llriii lllli nf Sitiari uml N'lii'i-is, Midway, II,
luiviir piniliiii i.f Ilm (isnyiiiis Division nf Yalo | C„ mis by inutiliil coiiscnl dissolved mi llu
—
Dissolution of Partnership.
IIlKliicl, for pci'inissiiin In transfer my license
for the snlo of liquor by rolall fnnn mvoldto
my now premise, here, both situate in Camp
Mi'l'liiiici' aforesaid.  Yours rospoelfnlly,
lllllll l-A.M|.;il(l\.
twolflli dny nf November, IHIS. I.labllltli -11 ill
iicnisiuncil mul iiHsclsiif tho said firm collected
l.y Ilm utiilcrsigiictL
WILLIAM 11. NOHltlS,
.Mliluiiy. l-JiliNnrcinliri-. ISIH,
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
ii All Particulars tho Best
Special Compressors driven by
PELT0N      WA-IEB
WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-shaft, especially adapted for
Utilizing the power
of mountain Btoami
as shown In   lllltfi.
iratlon,
H. P. PALMERSTON.
Agent for Midway and District. MINERAL ACT, 1893.
'crtiftcutc   of Improvements.
wroTxcxi
Tm: WiNN'i'Ki i"i,\im.
litunto in Ureemvooil Cninp,   Kelt.- Liver
Mil 'ill;    ViSll.lirf \ltfl     ;"ii'H-     H. I
"TA1CK NOTICE tlmt 1. lun-aii Mt'llitoi-i
I    fruo minerd -..rlill_a._ No. .'nil !, lutein
1,
;ty days frum Um iiaio hurcdf, Um\nii> lotli-
j old tJuiiimireloaerf ivaeorlnHealooumjirovc*
n mi-, i irtli! parpi-ra ot otilitliiiiig ii Crown
(rani ',f UienUivo claim.
Ami fiirtlicr tako uotlc-u that adverso claimi
MINERAL ACT, 1S93.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
DIAMOND DRILLS.
Prospecting mines   with   din ml
id, i Is • eems to In* a favorite way of determining •Uni extent of veins,   Il has
ilm merit of leing cheaper and car-
liiinly a-1 Iiei I ive. In tlie Lcliui mini
recenlly a trial (if one uf lhe drills win
made, niid W. M. Ridpath says ii did
ihi' wink in six days at a ensl nf not li.
iexcerd$100, which would havereipdrei
i.ol less limn lit, days and a, an expen-
I in oof $1,200 by lhe old way nf ex
ji'.uring,
In lhe Silver King mine ul Nelson
,*ill llle exploring is dune will, ilianioi.a
drills, Recently lhey senl Un- drill
across lbe ledge ami at i-lltl feet Ihe ore
linily tins eighl feel wide.   From a (Iif*
j'creiil pniiil llle drill was sunk tolKKi
feel ami I lm i ein was nine feel  Willi',
,iinl nl  B.0 feci the ore body held lls        tii_D.ikk1Iok-eM.--i_-ia_Ci.iiii,
.'tin.   'I'l,ere is no uncertainly alinul   Situate In Skylark Camp, Kottlo Hlvcr Mining
ihis. Tin-1. iviiers know lhey have ore    Dlrisl if Yalo District, I). C,
ni  llinsii  den.lis.   .sut hihig men  TAKK NOTICKlhal I, ltoiicrl Wood, free
...          ,  , .,, i     ,•     i    '■  I  minors uorllllcuto No. UMi, inloiitl, sixty
nhjeil inilu diiiinoiul drill,bul for rte-  days from Iho dnlo Iiei f,lnnp|iiy lo the Oolii
I,.,.,,,,,,,,,. „l„„. ,„,. bodies are,U a M^^^*^^-»ySJlSlS
uiiiiiniiiin  expense   lbe   drill   would  tbo above olnlm.
.   „ii   n.i         ,:...i                  Ami further lake nolieo, that utlvorsu claims
!-' I" Id' nil 1 be rc.|Uiieincnls. | ,„„„, ,„,„.,„ „,,,,. mUv ,;„.,„.,,„.., „.,■„„
► • « i iiiimiiieiie sl lioforo He issiiuii if nieh corllli*
IN TIIE S1.0.AN CAMPS. leolool ovoinonls.
I   I lined I Ills •.-'nil day at Oclobor, 1MU,
A feu ilnys ago the Spokesinuii-lle.   ~ ~*~" —'
lien piibiislied ii   coiisei'vaiivii i-.-ti- MINERAL ACT, 1893.
unite of ilu' number of Inns of ore
which ii,uii|i.i,blyiiesiii|iiilfi.iii Certificate   of  Improvements.
line Slocan cnuntry during lhe coining
year,   The iiiiiiiiiiiI slated was 81,11(11)
Ions.   I, Is possible, hoivevei', lhat this   ,.
, ,   , Minnie in Minimi! ('iiuip. kellle liivcr Miniiii'
-1"""1111   V  '"' I'lei-i'iised  ton wm-1   „ivW r vn|e District,ftC.
s.ileruble .legice, when lhe number of I _A|.K N0T,_K m „.(, [iam[,, A|,u|11   I
siiiiipiug   mines  arc   laken  inlo con*    1   Ireo niliiurb corllli utile Nu. XH.'i. nml
,      ,, .., , i Kiilierl line, fir ■ luincrs eerlilleitle Xn..niilii, I
.siileralioii.   Slocan milling num have | UiU-nil. withtti slxl .«• days from tho dato hereof
luinisheil the Spiike-lllUI.Kevii'*!' with " ply In thoaiilil'Iiiiinnlssloiiei'foraocrtlll
1 , - leutonl ilillU'iivi-uii.ills, fnr llu- pllrpusu (if oi
lhe list  ol  lhe properties whicli will I tabling ii_roivu grant of thou'iovo claim.
muke  slli| ids during lhe i lill*   u,^'1 ^''S'lo lho" MlniSg "'SScr"',"'
•season, uml il eitlbraceslliliueshilhel'to   action commenced before lho issoniiceol su I
.. ,.      ,    ,., cortillcato of impriivoiiionts.
mil   prominently   inenl d: Sloc.iu     |)ate<i tills Stli ilny ot .ViiKinit. ISIli.
Mar, Piiyne group, Noble Five, Kecio,	
.i.iii.iieiio'miii. Iiliihu, Aiiiii.u. Vakiinn, MINERAL ACT.
il'innl.inland,    Iviinlloe,   Lucky   .lini,
iiuili, Miiiiuinin t'liiei', liugh Mann, |Oertlfleiite   of   Improvements,
Deadiuilll. Liis (liuiice. Ruby Silver.
..Surprise,   Dal'ilnni'llcs,    Wliilcwnler.
Wiishiu-'liiii. Him k liny, Slocan Hoy.
,N. i, ■ 111... i ■ 11   Belle,   Aiiinine.    Kureki
Lucky It-iv. nrAKE NOTICE that wc. Hoborl Wouil, free
Tlie mines, foi- lhe mosl purl, aie    1    miner's corlllleiito Nn. llftii, uml ,1. W.
1 O....I. ie.....I   .a... i i.i....... v..   inn-.
S. A. SHATFORD STOVES! STOVES!
■•"mi *«. *![*__. __«.* mm *_- i >i_s."A',«,,-'*'j_*,**_,».'a va
_D__*y GoodEn *a*:__.<l IbXillizi.exB3r
V IC R N ON.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods. \
IX DRESS GOODS lV0 bnvo an iimneiiHO aaaortmotit with all tho Latest Trim*
c uru sure wc cnn ploaso t nu, us wc huve u Iirsl class milliner, and
you tlio latest iiiHioso goods at prlcoanovorbeforehoardof
CHATHAM WAGONS AND TBDCKS!
N MILLINERY™
lu-'i'iicscnii.i'ihc y;i''im;'"cl.,ua,'nimll,..|'i..li OU R   1 )RT SSM A K F R ll".1""' I,infl' "'I'''1''''.",':1' "■ tio lul-in'ss. uiui n porfool j
 onccd boforo tho Issuance of suchcerlld* uim-oninana **, *, guarnntood providing you sond tho correct liieasuro (-it a t-it IU    III   C Ip-.n-U.     Fiscx    Centre    Plows     0  vrf
alenfl nv, nis. Homombor wo carry ovorythliig lhat a lady requires, and can sjvvo you tnonoy If you send your  *-•*■"■ 1 "AIM    DODOieigns,     1.SSLX   i-Lntrt.    I lows,    UHVU
lotod Uiiullili ilay of Kureiiibcr, 1EB5.    Illl orders to us.  Send one to-day and bo oonvliioed.                 Tiams I'.tsi, Win, o,t,i,:u. .
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron, pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled wine, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, wash-
hoards, spades, .shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the ahove goods will he sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W.}. ARMSTRONG
TBHirOI*. B.O.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS ol''
ooons, sac-h:^. i ouldings,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manulactured on the Promiee- and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. M°LEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE-
Tin: CtiimicK MiNi-'iiu. Claim.
/-»•". V^vvrV?r-"'&?%5*-*
HORSES board"- hy     Q
week   or   month.      ^
Box stalls il'
sired.
0
0
Single Drivers
Double DriVers
w -frr ta e.
.1 tea oi-. sa.iiuas mixku i. ri, im,
Silunli'iiithcl'i'lili'iil Cniup. Kellle   ivcrilii
illg llilisinn uf Villi: llislricl,
.,,!,-        .., , lliigh Wuoil,fi  iiitiiers c nii,..|iii. Nn. n::,i.
Jiilniliiry In lhe Imisio-SIociiii iiiilivay, i„„i |.-,.,n,ii (Jane, free miner's eei'llllH'ln N
HORSr-'   b'X'l         'a I
 a     ■  *
'. a .. In     i, nnd s.
grain ;  wholt :.i\- \
■'fti retail, ,.
_*K*»_-__»_I_7 iiii
:''
".LL KINDS of hetiYj |
- ■ mi i    a    cl . '
o T** r " r i t 'i i
',■■ X..     ■ L, I U
AfiBICETDRJ   liCHimi.
4_
rxtle double drivers
i.la WENT- I'OII
Qerxtle single drivers.
c  Qerxtle saddle Korses
iBrantford i Binders i and i Mowers
THE IIKST IV Till-: JiAH'ii I'.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &e.
WAREHOUSE AT VRHPilK.
O. -P. -Oo®*ti©3_»*tioxa., -A.gre2_.ii.
,a iiiiuilii'i' „f  the 'Unitary  lu lie *~ll"*s.Inlpml,hIxIj-iIhjrfrninllicrtati*lioi;en|-.i
amity tu tlio Uolil Coiiiuiissluiicr fiu'iicerilllcii!
il una.Iiiiii   I'.icilie.   ithlhi others luue ol Imnnivoiiionls, Iur lho iiur-msu uf ubhilnii'ii
ilieihoiceof shi|,|„„K„vcrcill,erro„,l. rS!'rtir;u,ke:!;ie;:',Lu'n',- is.!,.:„i,„
''i'licre iuu oilier claims iu Ihi'llislricl iiiast bo scnl to the 1,'ulu euiiiinlssioncr and 113
,.  ,   ,                                      ,,            ,., lid imi ciiliiluclici.(l lielere llie i SI ulna i I llk-li
ivhii'h have not yet,passed lieyouil lhe eorlltlfnloof Imiiiuvoiiionts.
jjil'uspi'cl slulc, luil. villi cxcclient indi-     ll"'1''1 lllis- ilny "I X"vc«ini-r. I-:.*. ___
COkNKR Mission and
Tronson streets
W.GARDNER,
PROPR
roi
•BANK-MONTREAL
li i* sul'e  in assume thai tht'Slncan 	
ji.   i      I  t ■
■Slur will ship one-half of theestiuiatetl Ccrtlflcilto   of   ImprovoiiK'nts, ™ '   '   '
mi,-1  ^. ii   :: , . h m\m
II        u i
m      at      r;~ f
v   i'i i    "
i
a.t
CAI'iTAI 'nil paid mi)
T.KW	
(*,a.i! iio.ooo.
.     (1.000,000.
liis
.mi; 11, lhe oilier lli.lllll Ions to hoili
diileil  aiiiong llie oilier mines, 27 in Ero'a7i:C3-
liiunlicr.     II lhey iiveriij-u  11.11 Inns St.Laiviihsoe Mikkimi. Claim,
jmcIi iluriiii! llu* season, ll  would (•ive -Ititnlo in L'oiitm! L'liuiti, Keltic Illver MtntiiR j
j, lolul..I' HI.Siill ions, nnl fur from the       IMvW'in of Yalo I i .ri-i. H.i'.
oiitiinnl t'siiniiil.e.
TAKE a.' ITK'Ethal ivo, lloborl IVoniLfroo
iiiiiior's cci'ildeuto Nn. II-.!;,. nnd ,1. W. ■,
MIDWAY
■ ll. O      -EVXS. "tl -U.  r €3
2
,.- Sil,' DONALD A. f-.i'l'l'll. Pres.     HON. (U'O. li. OltUMMOND,Vlue-Prif
E.S.l'1.0, STON, Gexkbai, .VI.iNAtii'iit
. i
^l««lllil*fe|l|
m
■if
iiiii
SI
S-«_kV___8_f-X3-S  iffi2S-^-.HrC-E_C.
HAT"I     INTEItK'T AT I'llESKNT II) I'EH CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
lu   lhe  llislricl  Hillside, lhe   Aim- Ifiiah Muid, fi'ou mill
,,     .       .ivi       i .i     -.1 tond, slxly days fnnn lliu dnic li rout n
■wurlli mines, lhe Nn. 1 und llie Hky* in tha Until I inlnluncr fur a cOi'tilluno .,t | f
Jin-  will   ship, ami  lltrrc are oilier li-lirovoiii-utp,f.,vtho |iarp s• ,f oh.ati.lnaa I f
.'i'i) wil ifi'iiii' nl I li ' ;i I iti v ' r .Lull. I **•
'iiiues llnil ivill prohnhly he shippinc,     Ami fnrtliortaao notice, tint at
iillliiiUKli lhe data is nol ill luilitl upon Ul-llSii^-taiiVi*nrailbofurotho" .Sum" Isaeii I^j*
Wllllll lo liiseaciilciilaliou.   The Hlue ciriill-itonf liapt'ovoaiuns, , te
 -       ,   ,.     ,.    ,„,, Halisl this illh day uf Xuvoinbor. Illll.       12   I
Iled mine will prulnil'y ship 100tons .	
.luilv lu lhe siiicller, MOTli'i: Is luro'.iy .-.rn Uml thirty days U
IN   from iliilc I, Levis lilu
"r   DoIlT.r-niT   1\T! fi i« r-  nnA   A <y«-i/>iiHi,.-o 1   JS Bmnelius in Loudon, Kiijr., Noyv York and Chicago, niitl in nil tlm principal ctti' I
It  KaiiWay,  lViinillg  ailC /igllCUllliral  .Iii      iuC-inaila.   linyniitfS»llBtm-HnRExi-biinsonutl(.Mlilo'lVauBfoi-8. (irant
If 111 coiimicrcialiii. Itravelliiii'cmliis .availalu1 in any nnrfof the world.
,. .. i      ,i    .,.i       I-.          , ,, ii   uiiin inni'
Al Nelson llle Silver  Knie; nnd the ,,, thoClilol I'liuiniliwiuu r.u l.m ,
ulier pioiiei'lies uf  the Hull Mining [" a Hooiis'J Uicut nad carry nivay
11                                          ° lliu I illoifliigdosei'liiod liuid"'
 puny Hill i in in I Ic al   leasl   11)11 Ions I!. k'Uiinna' a: a p.iat i.n ll
.,„,,.,  .,,   ,1,,.;,,  u i      'in,a.   ..-on,  ,xi„'in rni'Kor -.uiiionvor.iiu.uuj nnmsnuria H_f
.tall)   ut  llieir .smeller.     llus, asitic  0f Lynch crook, and I'liiinliig Iheiieoaorllillo-lrl
Nuriii Kuril of Koillo rlvor, ab., ill 11 nillosiiot'lh
uf Lynch crook, uud l-.itinitij- tlieaeoaortlilij
f ,,„,  llu* Trail  deck  llislricl, is iu olatliis atonic ilm hunk nf ur rlvor,cast Uu aw
,,. , ,.    ,,      chains, siiiuliiiuchiiins. wast lllcli.iins. iniri! in- Iti
li-eil nn emn iiiinis producl um  lot* I lie  less, tn imini ol buKianlaie, thoneo Koutli nloa ii*
Wesl Kuulcnay, t,i.i>-csi ,„ii,l( ,,|- nni river lull olialim. wosi _. M
ohailis, norlli I Ule.iaais. an-'! .1) eh una, nrire or i ■Wi.
it is lielieved tlic Trail Creek llislricl   ess, In paint of .laona'.n.;. cmaiiniuK ill acres, J
•Mill show up 1^ shipping mines nexl   'Tls"ii5'iilti|jat.ii|i.istoiiiho wesl banknf |
year, although nl presenl therenniunly  IIiomiiih rlvor, nbout liair aiilos mirth of Lynch W
,, .      .     ,, :   crook, nml mulling llicnco nuriii Hi ehitlns lflr.i__ii1ii_jii,i
lin-ce  regitillt' Bhlppers—Ihe   Le Hm.  nlong llu Imuk oi tin rivcr.cus: liiihuins.' 4da I.i---?4aL\r, —
u*„. i,*.,„i i   t,,.|„    i,  :„ i „,.,„i  sjuifiSII chains, west Ml chains, moro or less, tn flf » "* "' *'»'
Wm I'.ilglu lllld Josie    ll  is l.clicied  , t o( heghiniiw.e.itiiiiiniiiic Isu acres :■ J|r
the shippers next ycnr, in addition to or' ... 	
tiir iiluivi',  will In. lhe Jiuulio, (Mill'.
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
*ls
■sli
II
II
iiimicrcial in..1 triii'
Drafts Issued.
ny pin-
Collections Made to all Points.
llll.tM-lllas IN IllllTISll CIU.C.MIIIA :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -       NHLSON
Vernon Branch : (!. A. HENDERSON : Manager.
Penticton Livery, Feed ani Sale Stables
W.H. NORRIS ..,,,0 R.C.ADAMS,    i:^    . 0.    ,      T"i^~_i   ^* a
....    _ _ ..     , „       «!Good Single and Double Drivers, and
FOH PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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Midway, B. C.
Montreal, P. Q,
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Kellle Liver, Illll N ivombcr, l.-l
Center Slur,  Irun  Horse, t'nliimliiu k VJOTIOEIsberoby given that 30 days lifter
,.    ,            ii         ,  i      .,          I, ■  . IN   dnlc I.. "lici'l tt'nu', tlllollil I ii itiiiilv In i *
luiolciiuy. Iliunestakc. ( ruwii Point,  ,|,0Oliicf ilomiiilm a' ..t i.amls and AViirks if
It. I'i. Lee and Nickel Plate. f.a-a liconso to old aud eiirrv away thiibcr froiii
llio following described lands:
ll does not I'eipiire u prophet In lure* lljglimlag nl apjni un ihe nasi lunik of tho
(..iiuieo ink „,,..t  i,i-,„lii,.ii,,ii iii'iie,. NiiiHi l'-ni'i( .if Keltic river, uiiuut ;'.l iiitlos
Jcllwmil I Ills (Cll'iit   |.|iillllill..ll nl me  K,,,,,i, ,,r tl, i l*-.,rk-s. ;.-, 1 r lag ih,..,,.,: north
Inc.-ins In  llu* -inflii, Niii'thive.sl  und 10 chains iiiung Uu- mink if thu rlvor, wosl 1.1
,.    i                  ,.    . o'nilns. south 10 eliiilns, cast.-li elialns, mnro or
fipoKillli' in parlieiiliir. [,m, ,,, p |m of ueglniili g.iiiuleontnlnlng UIO
I  • . ■— . m iiiii_.____—__m—_m il                    'ill' less.
As-, a r-,r\ A s, uogtniilng ui it postou ttie east bank of
( !Am J lliu sumo rlvt'i'iioiiiit 2 mllos smith of tlm nbovo
wn i i L/. in,,.! nml running ihem.,. nurlli I u chains alnng
li ink ..lliu- river, uinl Mi elutliis, sonili Iul
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Gentle Saddle Horses.
W f* m j paftu
*l£i a   rrtwB
* «* HA     W HORSES
f, i "*   Hi
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
'io tin- Boundary Creok aiid.ci„ija..tve«t8i)ci,!,i,is,,i,,, >• i,s.. i.„f   IV TTRPHY <V FATII KNFR Prnnt;
Kottloliivcr Miners nnd Iienl- ""t:" ;;l"1 uU,,lwftW"vooiH   1V1 U ^-r n I   ^ rAU ^"-1N &**) rropb,
rallyi i: -.ii * ..i-. -v. i i.ii n..v.*:,i...-i-. imi-..        i  :  x	
L'w'h-rlLlS Vraii-i M_!,i!_L_vSi?' Tt tH I No Trouble^ Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.!
dents tli'iii'iiillv:
llllKKI'ISII,     We    ll-K   111   Iiinke   llle
VERNON : FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Teed always in stocic.
Rolled Oa ts, Oatmeal, and Cornmeal.
Fresh. Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Dnmeitic Fruit in Season.
A choice lino of Confectionary, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
i!i'i,isiii.,iiiiniiin.ii,r.'iirsi,,i,iurh,ii.iiyi'iin.i-' Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
ire      din „,J,t      '    1 '^',;,"KTu:,;;u,:n,::.',:,!:,,r';.,''!;;,r;!,.';!;:; Best Brands Liquere and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling. Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C
"   "" '" " ""> '""*• "'""   tliaoaii'ii.   Kspci'lcacud salesmen will Unit ihis  — 	
ne hiivcni, hand nnd dally arriving a ullcragnnd mio, Imiiloaicnt iigonls, fai'inois, *-l-w~.x^*.      -rr-w       ■„.,.... 	
i„i:,.!r»ni,ii_s,.i,i„,ii,.„,.ii.! GrEO.   X3l.   Sl.**2StOTJIliE!,
large stock of general lUiiri'liatliHse.
In soliciting n shnrcuf your patron- 'ml Pui't limeil'iwell tvitliiis. .■iiuckesiiiicliillj  BLACKSMITH   AND   WHEELWRIGHT,
•       • grnivii Iiirtho Wesloi'ii siieiiun. .--1.1111	
, mil In uell iul.,., intu this, Men dovnlllig
-'" es|it!eliiliy
, . ...it puslnl In
ligi', well  feeling conliili'iil llnil if   I'm*iiiitii,l)iit.,liirjsu'tli:il'iii8.
ynu ivill cull list us Willi inni- 1'nvors. l'.'.ii.i'l.'i!ii-n''Kmm!i'i'MuMi;.s.   1
ti.. -lnill In- cipiiilly uml mutually lame- ..    i'twiiesi jr hiill Inlin   Oyer Wacre
(Hied.
Many  vein
,,. aili. Hi- . I' i- .nn,, um.; ..much -a I'lilciigi,,
„!.. nml il'llllri'lll, I1. (J.
expei'lelicu in   oilier """"""   '     ———- >   •——-
a "i        >"       IM1.Vl.IW     ha-     eon-    [iXft^^M® **
HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW. B. C.
""•;",' "v .""■ i;"';«''«Hiei'„iiy «!,)!i^KiltbSSS GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
iiiuild mu li preler to do liosini'ssuii hofiillnwtugdewTlliod liuu'is:    '
(',. t). SHUKSON, F'rop,
FAIUVIEW, H. r.
sh   lia-i-   niiniiliii" tlie  1.rice 11      ilugliiiilau at 11 |usl un tbo wont bank nf lho
'  '             '"      "1 Sui'ili Kurt '.f Keulc rlvor, nbuiil ;'\ mlliw
ft Is   is   I'Ollsisleul    ttill) |||is sysleni,    lllll'lh III l.t'lll'll el'Ollk, llllll 1'Olllltllg tllCIICCIIUI'ltl
■''"•Hntfl'liHlldeUl , such isl -use.   t!lns',''sn,,tbl'fichains,east W^infcnnm?I n-nn ArrnMnllT'SA'nriN
«eli.*„l„ sav thai   ive hate nth I   ess. loth-! |r,li,l nf hog ng, Ih ndi.GOUU AtLUMMU-'AI 1U IS
PT~- ,',.,.        ,      . . llmig llu* rust liunkul the river Ml e inns, dial I
1 ill*- nu1 mil ol lining nllsilH'ss,   v|n,,' .SI chain*', nurlli iilehalns. west 20 chains, mnro
ciilicr for ins .trade, and in tidingI ^T'iiw'.'K.lli!'''bC|< *"''''"""' tW\
^.1 tve lieljeie ne are nelhlg in thu licsl    , Alsu beginning ut 11 |»isl un lhe nasi bank of
illll'l'l'slsilf I,111' euslnllii'l's.
Au lin-pct'linn of 1.ur stock uml nn. ,
i'iii|iiii'V lis to prices will convince till   iflioKliiiiiligiaiiiconioiiiiiigr.-OacV
Ilinl such :s the ense.
GOOD STALLING
Stopping Place for -tages to Penticton and Oro, Wash,
:ili^^|A..iiiii5SSi5
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stnlillng,  Terminus of Stage Lino
from Marcus, VViishlngton,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
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I'l-lllO IllVOt', llllll Niiviinlier.IMI.-i.
NOTICE.
DiNsoi'iiio.i cf Partnership,
ill   cimelllsliin,   wi'  would  suy   llllll
every opportunity ttill he euihraced liy j
us to fosicr and render assistance inj
llie ilevi'lnpini'iii nf the rich mining
und aii,-icid uinl I'lisiiurces of this
Mi'Ctlon. :   Vn.i uislid'o'y « v 11 tlml tlm partnership
Thanking  you  in  anticipation  fnr| borotofunoxlstlng uotwoen All 1'uyemil Aim
yuill'niiiiiy fa vol's, tie remain respect
fully yoins,
H. Will),, k fl).
lI'inkllilK Ulla i'iiv hail iliasilvil ,,j mum
■nl lliusliui liii( 11 a1 nml. a ill bo la
oil and illl do a pail by lho now linn,
VI '.':'l A-l) AKil 1,0 -K.
liri'i'lltmol, I'loandaiy Creek.H, I',    j   hnciitieek. Nov. I! IMM,
ROIHG   BOtf'CT
will leave Penticton 7 it, m, evcr\- I'uesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. in., .mil Oro, Washington,
the sanu: evening
-son'crci- *a-or.x'"a
ivill leave On,, Washington, 7 a. ,11., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m„ connecting with
SS. Aberdeen antl S, & (). and C. l>. Railways.
Ik Kellle Hm Stage Line
flutimntj -j"'*!!* the MAIL IIOUTE
flotwaots GRANO FORI*S s«d PENTICTCM
,   ..■.-.-,.■..,    on in Thursdays at 8 a, m., ai'iving at Grand Foke
;. .1 Fridays, at G p,..-.
Leav ,8 O....ml Forks, on Tuesdays at. b a.m., atnving at Penticton
j on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FAilE- ^DEXI'PE'JS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      C1 rand Forks, B. L
A. J. Sprole, Prop,
xijlm:'& xxo-Ei-sa- hotel.
LUMBT, H.I!.
Fii'st-Oloss Accommodation for Guests, Good Hunting and I'ishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs,
XaO'sxis I_i;oi?o,Jta.dL, ^•sTop.

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