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M IV, No. 22.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLOMBIA, MONDAY, MAftCH 30, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
[.FALL GOODS.
Groceries, Dry Ms, Boots and Shoes.
I Clothing ani Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
Weh&vejuat received our Foil and Wlntor Stock ot the abovo and aro
Bellini; same at very low price-. So before purchasing your winter aupplloa b»
aura and give ua > call and bo convinced that our prices are tbe
1  Lowest ixx the IMai-hce*
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fairview, Camp McKinney and Vernon,
DW, JAKES, M. D., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KBTTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
MR.  HFINZE'S OPINIONS.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Solicitor Sitjikmf. Court,
Notary Pi'hmc, CONVEYANCER* Etc..
Olllco: Qtliuora'a Block, Barnard Avenue,
VKHNON. - U. 0,
LEQTJIME   BROS.   &   CO.
KELOWNA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Ete., Ete,
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Price- Reasonable.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thurbbr, Propriktor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek,
Kettle River and Points in Wabhinoton
All Arrangements Made for Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties,
Uood linaling and Fishing.  How and Sail Boats for Hire
pilEI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office i Martin's Block.]
Vernon, BiC.
DOBBES M. KBRBY.P.L.8.,
A. M. C S. 0, E„
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
VERNON, BrC
T E. CROWELL,
THONSO** ST., VftRNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VERNON, B, O,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Xa*E*hxxc*L  Surveyor.
Mem. Amcr Soc. Irrij*. lCnga.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
G
ERALD WILLIAMS,:M. D., C. M.
VERNON, Ii. C.
IF
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, V.m.
Xl-A-IUC'S  HOBN  HOTEL.
LUMBY, B. C
Firal-Claas Accommodatioti for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue-Springs,
X.o-t-xijB Morand, Prop.
VERNON -SAW MILL
SMITH & CLERIN, PROPRIETORS.
OS,
US,
All Kinds of Factory Work Kept, in Stock and Made to Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths and Shingles Kopt In Stock
Best Material Always Used, Write for Pricjs aad Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.  Sash and Door
Factory on 0. P. R., Vernon,
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKRNON, B. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
pound of material (except the fuel)
that he puis ill his furnace. While in
the United States the metallurgist is
No greater tribute lias ever heen
paid to Ihe worth of lhe Boundary
Creek country than that expressed l.y
Mr, Heinze, the well known mining
mid smelting man of Trail. In part
the following is what, lie says about ils
possibilities, um Ier certain conditions;
But another thing which should be
kept in mind is tlml conn...lion from  , .,
.u   ,i i, j lj, ,                    i    M   arge quantities of s iver and gnld ores
the United .Stales aa compared wilhj    .... ,.   _  ,    „,.,,, ,,,„
connections from the norlli nud ensl
fOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A,
Civil Eiigineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
W, .'k, with PlRns and Estimates in any
Pc.;lon of the Province Immediately At-
teaaed to.
Mapo and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
ROUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS-
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
"general merchants.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AND   BACONS,
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE,
lurortw* oA.wcm.at. <_ -oo,.    . *»»*wbtb-,w--,.
HARRY  A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
nxxxywAnr, xt. o.
BATES: Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Gold,
Silver, and Copper, $3,00, Other
rates on application. Samples from
a dlstanoe Will receive prompt at*
ten tion,
an.l west—namely with other parts of
tbe Dominion—if, always handicapped
l.y lhe Import duties whicli everything
coding from tbe United stoles would
live lo pay. There is not the slightest
question Hint as merchants in these
new settlements become acquainted
with the eastern and coast commercial
houses, and wilh Ihe requirements of
their communities, they must make
llieir purchases from Canadian firms,
1 say lhat, jusl as soon as the merchants get. to know what their customers demand, and mercantile concerns
with large capital are established in
the new districts, everything will lie
supplied by the province itself A man
in the hardware'liusiness, for instance,
will get to know just what his customers require and will lie able to order
his supply of guilds live and six months
ahead and get them in in carload lots
from the Pacific coast. There is no
question that almost anything'can be
purchased cheaper in British Columbia
than in the United Slates. Again,
there ia the additional burden that
buyers in the United Slates would have
to bear on account of the customs
duties, so that it must be apparent to
everyone that tbe markets of British
Columbia will unquestionably supply
all demands from Ihis country, if
transportation facilities equal to those
from the United States are afforded.
In addition to tlle advantages to be
derived from a transportation company's standpoint there is also the advantage of furnishing to this section
ot the province a means of transportation that will always be open and cull,/} to be depended upon at all seasons of the year. Okaimgaii lake, con- j
nected with the 0, P. R, by the Shu-
swap nnd Okanagan branch line,seems
fortunately just so situated as to afford
the very best means for (his kind of
connection. It is quite a lurge body of
waler and rarely, if ever, freezes over
during llie winier months, and on tic-
count of ils lark of current, olfers no
difficulty to navigation. The main
point to be considered in connection
with navigation on I liis lake would be
to get boats of sufficient deck surface
to carry whatever was required. It.
would simply be a proposition similar
to that of operating upon the great
lakes of the east. Cars could be
switched directly from tbe Shuswap
and Okanagan brunch upon the steamers, and wil bout transferring the goods
could lie taken down to Penticton, at
which point the merchandise and other
goods could be transferred to the Columbia and Western and taken over
into Ihe Boundary and Trail creek
countries.
The opening of the Boundary creek
The Juinbii jelailn his entered lb<
shipping class of claims ul Rnssland'
and the Miner speaking of lhe new
all the time looking for loose ores, be-j strike on llie claim, says: "Words to
cause ores offering no base metal are characterize the Jumbo fails us, We*
furnished in lurge quantities, in this called it a whale when il showed Iif
province (he reverse is the fact. The feet of $15 ore. Two weeks Inter we.
ores of British Columbia are mostly announced thai ll showed 2.'. feet ol
base, and very few of lbe districts up | $11! ore. Now wo have In announce ul'
to dale have developed lliese dry ores, j top of this Ibal the banging wall of lhe
Boundary creek has base ores, but also  vein has at last been reached ami thai
Iberf are from II lo 111 feel of shipping
ore alongside it. Everybody knows
what Ihis means. No ore of less value
than $20 a ton will pay In ship, id we
know un the authority of i be superintendent thai there are from ll to II.'
feet of ore averaging better ibun 1)20
per ton. The owners naturally dislike
to state the value of tlie ore in exact
figures. From what wn have heard'
however, we feel tidnfldeill that the
grade is over $:<U per tlin and uul I'm
from* $10. This strike will put the
Jumbo at m early date among Ihe
producers of the camp. By the time a
few carloads havo been shipped there
will be no difficulty in ascertaining'
exactly what the value ol the ore is,'
but whether it proves lo carry $28 Of
$W tbe Juinbii is assuredly a bonanza
 ft-.	
BOSSBURG.
J. W. I^EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B.C.
Fine Watch Repairing' a Specialty
All Work W.aiTatil.-.l.    oll-Sm
carrying n.. ba»e metal, ,With tin
connection of the Columbia uud Western railroad Ihis me will be economically hauled oul to Penticton, over
Okanagan lake, tlle ti. and 0. and the
C.P. It. lo lule waler, where cheap
fuel nnd the Slocan ores will be obtained, and thus a magnificent smelter
proposition would become an assured
fact.
Until such dry ores can he reasonably obtained ou this coast, smelling
cannot be conducted except under
such adverse condition that the industry must languish no matter how
bearly lhe .support of any community
in which such operations mighi be carried on. It is therefore my opinion
that, tlie project of the Columbia River
and Westermrailway would inevitably
result in the establishment 'f reduction works in the Boundary creek
counlry. The road would connect
some of the farming districts of the
province with the large consuming
communities, and would also resull iu
the diversion of the Sloean ores from
tbe present soul hern course to a northern and western one and be the means
of establishing red net ion works somewhere on the coast of British Columbia. There can be no question but that
it would yei'y materially increase the
aiming powers of tlie Nakusp and
Slocan and Slocan and Okanagan
branch lines, oue of which the government is al present called upon annually
to make up a deficit, and beyond any
peradventure of a doubt the construction of the Columbia and Western
railway would bejof inestimable benefit
to the whole province.
The construction of the railway and
the development of tbe mints thai
would follow would necessitate the
employment of a very large number
of men. These aud the lax upon the
mining out ..ut under the new assessment act uould add materially to the
revenue of the province. I do not.
think, Mr. Heinze concluede, that it is
too extravagant a statement to make,
that with proper railway facilities, the
districts of West Kootenay and Yale
will, within the next three years, add,
by means of the assessment act alone,
from $150,000 to $200,000 annually tu
the receipts uf I lie government,
HERE AND THERE.
A board of trade has been organized
at Trail wilh the following officers; If.
T. Braydon,   president,;  Eugene  S.
The little town on Ihe easl side of
the Columbia river, and upon the line
of the Spokane uud Northern railway,'
is desirous of obtaining not only a customs office, but also a depot and agent
to look afler tbe iecreasing freight and
passenger traffic, consequent upon'
some of Ihe trade of the Colville reservation finding ils way through otlrSr
channels llian the regular one al Mar
cus. Whether the necessary privileges'
will lie granted il or not depends veiy
much upon the management of the
Spokane and Northern, as up to the
present Ihe railway company, owing
to the fact tlmt their interests are centered in Marcus, ami they have no real
estate to boom near the Hist named
town, have given it the complete goby, although it is seven or eight miles'
nearer lhe great mineral seel ion wesl,
of it than Marcus is. With lliu first
named object in view—that of pro. ur
ing a customs olllee ami pint of entry-.
Mr. Adams, the chief dignitary of
Bossburg, a gentleman known among
his friends as (windy) Adams, is in
Spokane endeavoring tu get a petition
largely signed wherewith lo assail Ihe
customs department at, headquarters,
Before such a petition is granted;
however, Friend Adams will 1)0obliged
to pull olf a live-round glove contest
with champion Corbin, and come out
of ihe affray a winner. Will he or
will he not be successful, Ihal is the
question r
DETECEIVE SERVICE.
Superintendent Hussey, in liis ah
nual report, recommends among other
things that a detective service be es-
country has an important hearingupon | to the outside world
the general husiuess of the province
which should not be lost sight of.   I
Topping, vice-president: James Ander- tabliahed iu connection with the police
son treasurer, and W. F. Thompson, force of the proviuce. lu this matter
secretary. Committees on transporta- 1"* should receive tlie support of the
tion, mail service, water supply, ad-1 entire legislature aud people of Bril isl.
vortising, etc., haveiilsolieeiiapiioiiited i Columbia, as perhaps the want of
and nothing will be left undone to nothing has been fell so badly fur
make the advantages of Trail known years as a good efficient force of detee*
lives.   Had such a force existed, tile
The Trail creek Tramway company
ave often  been asked why smel'er
and the Rossland  townsile   owners
gangs uf callle thieves iufeslintr different parts of tlie province would years
I ago  have been dispersed, and nianv
men claim that Slocan ores cannot be huave come '" an undemanding, hut \thoasAai Mlm w,JlU, „f lluck ,.;
the exact terms of their agreement I   ^ ,„ ^ htt||dfi ,)f [fj|)||, ^^
W. DALRYMPLE
Gr*t9»xoa**L*il     Slc.C'lKlsira.l'fcla.
FAIRVIKW, B. 0,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   HorsoshooInK a
Specialty.
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIL WAY, b. c,
All Kinds ol Work Executed to the Sails-
notion of -ilstomora.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKUNOX, B.C.
 .A-i-xooixt   Pov—
Tho Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td., Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles & Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
—_£_.££€*x\-ti   For—
The Okanagan-Spallu-mcheen Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building & Loan Association.
NOTAHV PUBLIC.
economically handled in British Columbia, and why on the other hand I
consider it nn economic business proposition to reduce the Trail creek ores on
the spot ? Tlie latter, I may say, carry
about 'I oi'4 per cent, of copper, which
is used as a collecting agent for tlie
precious metals. This with one melting will be raised from that percentage
of copper lo about 50 per cent, This
means tliat for every 17 tons of ore going into lhe works at Trail lliere will
he only one ton of product lo be shipped out, and the resull is the wiving of
freight charges is very large, and thus
serves iu a measure to counteract lbe
, instead of being slaughtered
they decline to make public.   It is understood, however, that bolh parties i, , ,        , ,.
, ,.,     , . , ,    ; by blackguards, who openly Haunted
have mode liberal concessions, and that L,         •..    i ,,    .
.,      , ,        ,    . ,    their contempt of tho law in thu face
neilher Ibe extreme deinan. .1 of I he    ,,,, i.i ,    , ,,
lot tbe communities in winch they re
trninway company nor the townsite    .,   ,
people form the basis of the present |
agreement,   The depot grounds for
the new railway will be just across the
creek above the old sawmill site, audi j
will consist of half of block III and I be
whole of block 21.   The passenger ami!.,"
freight depot will be located al ibe wm, t_B i,(ll,
corner of Spokane street and Victoria:
avenue.
There should be attached lu lbe de
I partuu'l.l al headquarters one or two
roughly experienced detectives'
for the investigation nt important
criminal cases, Al lbe present lime
are no such officers connected
mil 1 .mu .impelled iu
employ the regular police lor wink
which, in many cases, they aie not en-
The coroner's jury, in rendering I heir tirely competent to perforin. The ad-
high prices that we have to pay for verdict as lot he deal ll of the miners 'ministration of Justice ill this province
fuel. The Slocan ores average easily recently killed al Russian.!,laiiulciniird ia alleiided willi gieat expense, and It
over (10 per eenl, In lead, probably more in strong terms some of ibe practices Is desirable that tbe best results slum, it
nearly 75 per cent. The smelting of! resorted to by miners in handling ex*, he obtained, lu order In accomplish
that once would result in the proline-; plosives, and said; '"Prom .tlio evl- Ibis I would strongly advise llie up.
lion of lead bullion and Ibe removal of dence we sre of lbe opinion llial tile pointiiieut Of suitable men fur this ie/"
only about 25 per cunt, of wasie. in I explosion was caused by ilie giant' vice,"
other words, for every 1* tons of Slo* powder becoming Ignited from alighted
can ore handled, with the smiic expen- candle in the bauds of Kdward Shan*-1
sive fuel as at Trail creek, there is one ban while priming cartridges for blast- 'f\K Spokane Miner and Klectrh fan'
ton left lo be shipped oul. Iu addition ing in the mine. The custom which cotiiuientiag upon the necessity of a
to this, the smelters iu the United we found to bo -otninpn among miners | revlsioa of ibe United Stales -lining
States are all of them anxious toget|of boring out the ends of citrli'tdgM | ]aws> Bttyg thei*'»l_ nu ti._iiy dtrfvuia 8
them and so many ways, under cove,
ol tbe law, of retarding mining developments in tlie States, that revision
NEED REVISION
these heavy ores Ui be used as eolleC. | with llie eml of a candlestick contain*
tors of Ibe precious metals in ores car- ing a lighted candle, should be uni-
rying nn such base, and intheeconomic j versally    condemned,     We   would
conduct of smelting affairs they even recommend to the legislators, 6'f Bil-Lj. t|„, „itiiiugc.delsahali .   ia iwi.c
buy such material and handle it prac-tish Columbia that a law be passed
tically at a loss so far asl hat individual: prohibiting I he storing of powder in a
ore is concerned, because it enables'mine, and furl lier that all charges of
them to buy large quantities of other [ powder shall be thawed out ready for
ores on whieh  they   charge   much  use In blnsliugat some place prepared
higher rates for treatment,   One of | for thut, purpose above ground and at
sily.
the most Important features In tb*
proper rend net nf smelting operations
is the possibility of obtaining such an
admixture of materials as will enable
the metallurgist tft s;et pev on every Columbia,'
a safe distance from the main powder
magazine and buildings uliuiit the
mine, and furlheimore llial inspectors
be appointed for the mines of British
Tlie claim in every slate and terri-
j i.a y shuuld be made uniform ao fur af'
practicable, ihe question of   lateral
rights should he denned ami all thi?
uncertainly about apex and dip oi
veins should lie dune away witli. If
our statin es provided for aclalmdOO by
1.500 feet, aud lhe locator given th,*
mineral inaide the vertical lines anil I\fl
more, much mining lltfgalliii rt'o'iuti
be .voided THE ADVANCE.
W. II. KOMIIS I'ROI'lllliTOR
Published   weekly  at Midway,  B, (.'.
Subscription Price, 12.00 per annum, payable
In advance, either yearly or half-yearly at tbe
option of tho subsoii-or.
Advertising Kates sent on application.
Though the columns nt Tm; Advance arc
always oia'li fur llie dhotis-don nf matlcn. of
public interest ami linporiauoe, we do not ncc-
oesssrily .mi-Joi-hc nny ot ilia opluious expressed,
Correspondence of a personal nature will not lie
published.
MONDAY, MiRCH 30.1890.
:  A cross In this space hidl-
idles Llial your Giibaeripliim
:tu this paper has explrod,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
W'Kure compelled lo print upon a
somewhat inferior quality of paper lor
a week or IWo, owing In llu* difficulty
of gelling freight hauled over the
toads iu their existing stale, .....1 Ibe
consequent non-delivery of goods.
■»—
It has been kliuwu lor some time
past thul n strong company 1st..he
nigiiniz.d In New York for the purpose of prospecting ibe Boundary
creek and oilier cumps with diamond
drills Ibis summer*. Mr. .lohn Weir
will he ul the head of the company,
which fail alone is sufficient loimuire
lls high standing. Oulside nf railway
communication, nothing ibal could be
done would be of so much Importance
It has al ways been held that with depth
the ores nf Ihe Boundary creek camps
would improve iu value, and recent
development work seems in a fair way
tu prove such an assertion beyond all
expectation,
 »-.,•-—*	
FAIRVIEW NOTES.
Cbas. D'B. Green is busy surveying
the Silver Bow claim, owned by Messrs.
Hammond, Proudfuot and McMillan,
also the Texas claim, owned by David
Legget. Application wiil be made at
once for a crown grunt for both Ihe
above claims,
James Lnngham, alias Cow Boy
Jimmy, who poses as a wood-be desperado, was arrested al (irovillc, Wash.,
a lew days since, charged will, stealing callle froui Tom Daly ill Keremi'os.
He was bound over for trial before llie
superior court of Okanogan county,
ai ihe April term,
A social and dance was hold at the
resilience of Mrs. Harvey Garrison,
Nurlli Fairview, on Saturday night,
It was attended by lhe elite of the
town and vicinity, The supper was
pronounced superior, if anything, to
previous ones by those who have iu
the pasl sni ai her hospitable board.
Music by Garrison nud Hullcr's or.
chest ra,
What enmn near being a serious accident took place here yesterday, Ah
ll. II. Sproule, ilia blacksmith, was
leaving lhe Fairview hotel in his
buggy, fin* horse slued and ran away,
He had  as   passenger  Mr.   Rhodes,
Special at tenlion to our new store
at Carson, B. C. Good Stock *.
hand and new goods arriving
KVERY WEEK
Place Iee? Orders
Willi lis iiii ilia merits of mu
Goods and our Matchless Low
Prices
We fen fa oft^ft-
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT EOABD
Gflflll STABLING
in p - airview, B. C.
mi   BEEE ■ ITBL
■ '.-■.
■"I   K.  .■     : ,,.
...MM'I. a-   AciOl
to the country at the present lime as
prospecting some of lbe large lodes of I Bolh gentlemen Hire thrown out, but
mineral existing in llus district with
diamond drills, so soon ns llieir exlenl
in depth and widtli would be known,
fortunately escaped wiih slight
scialcbes and minor bruises. The
buggy was strewn along Ihe road fora
and Iheir value proven, a state of nf- mile or nine. The horse with part of
fairs very much to be desired, ns iq on hnrnes- all icln il took In lhe hills and
the extenl and value of our ore bodies, has not been found up lo dale,
depends ill a great degree the early In- The Siiiiigglor claim, owned by
traduction of smellers, railways,etc. Thos, Elliot, and ibe Stein Winder
Even without the diamond drills, a claim, owned by Sheehuti and Gwat-
great amount of developinenl work kins, were bonded yesterday liy Harry
will be done this year, us many own- Rhudes of Vancouver, B, C„ In the inert, of property have signified their hi- Merest* of the London, ling, syndicate
tenti.in of proacciiling work vigorously I that be represents. The bonds were
sufficiently far
lame loin- con
ns soon as lhe
iidvancc*.
vein.-ii.It and
l„i
a .1,. :
fllubly
KET
rallied
lalVISION.
on,
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending March 27.
20. Noble Five,   Skylark   cainp,   R,
Wells,
21. Ida, Wellinglon camp, G. Hicken,
21. Robert J,  Wellington Camp,  G,
Hicken.
21. Accidental, Brown's ctimp, G. P.
Mius.
21. Great Britain,  Grand  Pruiric
Hicken.
21. Snow  Bird, Christina   Lake,
Shrimpton,
23. Alice  Maud,   Smith's   ramp,
Oastleman,
24. Surprise, Brown's camp, R. Clark.
21
for a large amount, with a snug sum
down iu cash, llie exact, figures of
whicli your correspondent, is not at
present allowed to make public. The
Stem-winder shews up richer than
ever in llie new cross-cut, the quart/,
carrying large quantities of free gold.
An average of assays taken from
across tbe ledge which is Bight feet in
width, gives four ounces gold, seventy
ounces sliver,
 4 . 4	
SODDaN WAR.
JiPilLSi
Carson, B. C.
*^rt7iFtrtrjr.-t ___mmi HINMUMH
___■__*«■-__■_«■
Send Your Order to-****—
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones
Fop Implements, Wagons,
Bllg'g'ies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well' improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
Recent London advices touching (lie
part France is inking in ihe Soudan
affair, wuuld lend lo show lhat it is
generally believed she is burning her
fingers willi the Egyptian question.
Tlie French government, it is asserted,
expected the co-operation of Germany,
but found il had been anticipated by
Colorado, Brown's camp, It. Clark ! Greal Britain, as the Marquis of Sails-
Kul'nian, Brown's camp, J, S. Mc-1 bury bad assured himself of the sup-
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port of Emperor William, and lhe lulls said to have informed tlie British
premier Hint Oread Britain could rely
upon the support of Germany and
Austria if she aided Italy,
Lean
Iron Monitor, Brown's camp, J. S.
McLean.
Pacific, Deadwood camp, ,1. ll.Mu;-
risoiiaud ,1. Robertson,
25. Ciiiieron, Gieeiiwood camp, G. W,
Ruiiiiierger.
20. Sun Shine, Grand Prairie, J. Hammer nnd 11. A. Shirley.
IlKHTli-'lI.'.VI'KS OF WORK,
20. Boulder, J. 8, Miller.
TBA..8M8R8
20. Missing  Link,  J inleresi. II,   L.
Morgan InG, W. Runiberger.
24. Double Eagle. J interest, R. McCnr.
ren to J. Meyer,
24. Double Eagle, J interest, .1. Meyer
lo J. R. Gallagher.
25, North Slur,.| inleresi, L. Wagner
to F, H. Oliver,
24. Stella, "■ Interest, L, Wagner to P,
11. Oliver.
25. Nellie, f interest, L. Wagner to F.
H. Oliver,
25 Norih Star, ' inleresi, F. H.Olive. [OOBBESPOI.DEI.CE SOLICITED
to J. C Epperson. " * "
25, Sl.'lhi, J Interest, F. IL Oliver to IN U I ILL.
J. O, Epperson, 	
25, Nellie, J Interest, F. H. Oliver In J, i \T0TICE Is hereby glvon Unit ihirtydiivs
IN   afterdate *   '
BOUNDARY  OBEHK
Engineering and Assaying fio.
G-i'GOU'Wood City, B. C.J
Assaying and Analysis of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported or.
Tliorou-rli Acquaintance witli the Kettle
River nan lli.lliiilnrj Creek Milling
Districts.
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QKANAGAN  gAWMILL,
-   KEILOWNA, B. c.
You can now   purchase Ced.tr Panel tloors, beautifully
made  ancl   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
ill other kinds of house   finishings;
Rough  ancl  Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
x_. LEQuzmE, PROP.
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
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,(.'hx.vliuiu Ji'lilitiigon KolUg Llu*,*. .■■,'
ARMSTRONG HOTEL,
H.  KEYES,  Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors aud Cigars.
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
FOR SALE
JLtir
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
This Is a splendidly finished house Inside
and oul, almost new, with good stable and out
buildings, la centrally locstod in tho valley
and commands a good trade. It stands on in,
own grounds of two and a half aoree In extent,
and Is a good Investment,
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines-
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
For prices and all other informal Ion apply to
C. E STUART - . - AGENT
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ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building i» two storeye High and Blands
on Its own ground of half an acre in extent and
ii. in a eoiiimiiiiding luminous position.
Koit TE-tHS Al'l'LVTO
D, NICHOLSON,
Okanauan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
I.K.W'INII I10V8K inn
HIE. B. C.
*'-aJ..r",--1a,vi*'.;-..s. aa, .._
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass,
Yepnou, IS. C.
HALF WAT HOUSE
KETTLE RIVER!
Marous and fiou-ittary Croek Fo ilsj
-STAGE STATION'  ,ND-
HOTEL AGCOaMOBATM
•V-.-7'
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C, Epperson.
'X. Primrose, J interest
to \V. tl. McMynn,
 4-<l ■"-	
DIAMOND DRILL FOB IHE OOLD DROP.
I. Il.e undersigned, lutein
ftp,,!.*.* ti. tin- Asslstnni Chlof Commissioner of
I. Scliofleld  I-mi'i- mul Wm    fora lli-en-0 to p"u« [for
co_lon Hn following dovcrlM Irucl oflandi
Coinoienclng al ■■ duke or post iiluiili'ilun
tho norlli hanft nt Itrai'i orach ma! nlioul Imlf n
mllo from iia ,i. uth, nnil running thenue wesl
un.. niilia iia., i si.ii'l i mile, Ihonce eosi
mn: niil'', llu a ■ to ■■■'. on  i  noinl nf
H    a mi .1. V. Illll ,11'.'.UN'.
Hurt Cl    r      ll'J   ! , I !>1,
Best Erarnis Liprs and Cigars
MIDWAY
In our l.iai issue wo made mention
of llie fuel thnl it uns pussilile lhe
Montreal and British Columbia. Promotion  ami   Prospecting  1...  wuuld
i:™;,::,',:;:::::1;;:::::::;:;::,,: jSA'W 'ft ILL. MOT RAILWAY
hy Ihem recenlly in (liecnwoud eamp,
but now we are able I.i upeull ml\ Iseilly
Goorgo Edwiirds - - Proprietor
SPOKANE FALLS
upnu llie subject, lis we are given lo
uiulersti.iiil ilinl ilie machine Is now on
ils way in, being at preseiil nt Wiinela,
detained on ate...nil of some hitch in
the ciision.a, business.   The company's
•JIAIMSSED
LUMBER-
On.;	
eluiin 'Ic ' tlm
encouciigcd, :
rule wuii. vigorously
of I.lm season. Tlie tunnel being run
on the cluim is nnu- iu some 111)
upon the ledge, and llieore being taken
oul.il Is HUtici'ted, Is some nf Ihe befit
that has yet been mined in the district., as ii i.s of nufflclinlly hi.li grade
lo compare will] llie beet ores of the
teuo.vneil Bos.l»ud camps,
fiESBBVE.
by glvon llial tin' rosorva*
■an placed nn tho north*W2Bt
nilli-iriKl iqaartor anil
, tli ■..    quarter of Section 33,
ilvlelon ai Yolo i.ia-
,vli     if ,\'aa pulillilicd In lhe
British noliuii ilu (l.i/.itl.*, iiirl tlotod Illll July,
l«l«, is omioolled
W. S. OO'.'.E,
Deputy Commissioner uf Urnds uinl Works.
Units and Works lloimrtmniit,
Victoria, IJ. C, 13th Meroli, UM.
Nelson-i Fort Sltcppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO  NELSON,  B. C.
(ini/ through line to Nelson,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Daily (except. Sunday) between Spokane nnd Norlhpoi-t,
Tii-weelily between Northport and
Nelson.
ooiNG Niumi aoiNn bouth
11:80 a. in MA ROUS 2.211 p, m.
On TuogdayetThursdays, ond Saturdays, drain
will run through to Molaon, arriving (it tlilap.in.,
oiftklngi-tiHiioonnootion ..ith tliostoiftnei*Net*
-,,n f,n- Ka-Im nnil nil lule polllis, arriving nl
Knsloal 0:00 lini. samo tluys.  Uotili'liing,pas-
. a., in aili Irani luke piiliils anil Nelson on
Miiii'liiva IV ' Innsilays nml Fridays, arriving at
-jptihan..., ...la.lav.
Passoilgcra for Kottlo. Hirer and Hounilnry
Creokoonucot at Marous .villi ningo I..ui.y.
for THAU, rilEIOK MIMK8 ronnccl, at
Xnrlliii'irt with stage line dully.
For NukiiH)) uml ttoiolatoko conned nt North
port with boal IVodnoadavs and Saltti'lays,
augliiif
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CHEAP]       FHAN   E'ER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CAELQADS JUST AEEIVED
—-UPHOLSTERING**--
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving1 the Nursery
SPOK A .N E   F A L L S,
P. O. Box 58a. Washington
MARCUS and MIDWAY
tSZFJLG'Xl   XxXNH
Lenves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at t P. m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M
Arrives Midway ..Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 r. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
SPECIAL ATTENTION (11 VEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND HXriiESS
£3.   X*.   iOX&'Si.lit.XSON.   XtXtOVXtXXfXOXt.
A. D. W0KGAN.
Portrait & Lafidsc-iji f itogpaplia
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HKWS OF Tl
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Silverware.
REPAfHING  ■'-. a',,   lALTV,
VEItNON, B.0
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Rough Lumber
From $10 to ,$12.
Dressed Liinihor
From $ lit to $18
Per Tlii.ii.mnil.
KjiK'l^ hkjos,,
HUTCH'El-^S,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Most delivered at Rock Crook and all tbo
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
ALL PLACER MINING CLAIMS AND
Leaseholds legally held In the Osoyoos
III vision of Yale Illau'lct arc laid over from Iho
1st day of Novoinbor, ISM, le tbo lei day ol
Juno, 18IKI, C. A. H. LAMIII.V,
Cold Coiiiiiilssionur.
Government Office, Ofloyeos, II. C,
30ih October, 18»,
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JIETEOROMIGUCAL  URPOK-T.
Ut / 19   bong U8"50
Altitude 1,800 feel above BBS, level.
Meltlug Biiiivv for week. ,00 of an inch; rain, .00
rKMCKHATUlta eon wkek undinu maiich 20-
Max. Min-
Mar. 20  83 22
" 21   ■.■..  88 22.5
" 83  58 33
" 23  OH 39
•' 21   59 22
" 25   .56.5 35
" 28  'i..i 21
LOOA    - •'.» DISTRICT.
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Mr. Jatne a      ■• In  a..
Midwaj an rn. ilia; : u   ... i.   way lo
Camp .Mi Kinney.
Work is progressing fuvuralily upon
the dwelling llu.lacs being lilllll liy lhe
Townsile cuinpnuy. Mr. (I. M. Melville of thia place secured llie coiilrncl
for I hi- work.
O Ptiestlay Insl Mr. ('. E. Pniilin,
repie-eulallve of llie llu.lsou's liny
Co. al Vernon, went norlh, after having spent, thl'fle or four days on liusiness 1)01)1, in this sectiun.
Messrs. Wood, Hubhel k Wesiel
have opened Iheir hotel at Greenwood
City, having procured a perinil fur lhe
Bale .if liquors until sueh time as lbe
next licensing court sits.
Mr, T. Ryan is in town, having come
in from the reservation to receive
inedical treatment, he having recently
wounded one of his eyes with a piece
<if quartz while working on one of the
newly-discovered claims there,
Among the visitors at present in
Midway and registered at tho Bnunilary hotel are J. Vaughan, Spokane;
J, McKenzie, Rossland; S G. Allen,
Spokane; Joseph Craig, Y. A. Campbell, E. Archer, Rossland; D. Cook, S.
Hill, Armstrong,
Mr. T. McKay Lamlily of Enderby
was a visitor in town last week. It
was not Mr. Lainhly'e first visit lu tli is
part of the country, and to say lhat he
is charmed with the country, as in now
is, only giving a faint expression to
his admiration for the portion of the
Kettle riverdistrict he so long ago
knew,
Mr, F, C. Tunis of Vancouver is at
present in the district and i.s stopping
at Greenwood City and cainp. Mr,
Innis is the representative [of the Montreal and British Columbia Prospecting
und Prnmntinn company, and is here
on liusiness iu connection with his
company whieh intends carrying on
extensive mining operations this summer.
AlHiiy are making llie enquiry
whether or not 'the' appointed lime luis
not arrived for a change lo lhe old
schedule tin..' card uf llle Peiiliclon
and Grand Forks stage line, The
adoption of lb.' suine would insure the
delivery and departure of Ihe mail
here on Friday noon and Tuesday
instead of as al present Friday night
and Monday night.
Mr. fi. Turner, who has for some
time pasl neons ■> piugal Greenwood
o i ■•< su loriute uling thedevelupment
of tu.: Gold Drop, aaa! who is local
representative of lhe M. and li. 0, P.
and P. Co., lias gone out to Waiieta to
see nlioul releasing the diamond drill
which is destined for operation in the
Greenwood eamp, and is now lied up
by Il.e customs office at lhe above
a,..a*.I    ii I
V    ''-''•     a.. appi.i    al
I, P. 1 ■   '■   lowi ■   ■.,!
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(Solnttu 'nl ll   ,": i. fi. - -real
itisfaetiiim tn shippers, us .aa ...ml if |
,a ii .an Lis been much fell in lhe
last by llie ranchers uf lhe IMission
Tin- ('. P. It. evidently realize
far Ihal a profitable trade cnn lie
i . I up between the Mission valley
md li .-ai'iiay, if proper attention i„
paid ui lhe business of shipping, uml
therefore have made a move iu the
rlghl direction,
The owners of Ihe Greenwood City
townsite are Intending lo Iniil.I il line
hoi el, which is lo cosl about So.OOO.iitid
also a hospital, which It Is stated Is to
cosl in ihe neighborhood of $4,000,
The latter of lliese Iwo Institutions Is
vei\ necessary In lhe district, and will
noc unly he convenient to Iliose who
are so unfortunate as lu meat wilh an
accident or be sick, hut will lie nn
ornament, to the progressive young
city up the creek. The hospital will
be in charge ot Dr. .lakes, and lhe
building of the same sets au example
to older and more pretentious towns -
Vernon, for Instance,
Another old-timer has passed away
in the person of Mr. James lliuldigan,
word having been received l.y Mr.
Monaglian from his sister in Wisconsin to that effect. Those who re.inem*
, ber the kind old gentleman who used
to mine at Camp McKinney, Ruck
Creek and other points in Southern
Yale, will he sorry to know tliat they
will not be able to welcome him back
to his old camping ground this summer
as they had expected to do. Mr, Had*
digan left the district ahout eighteen
months ago, and being unwell, visiled
the hospital in Spokane, where he remained until well enough to proceed
to his friends in the east, Recently
feeling much better as a result of the
change, he expressed a determination
to return tn this district, and therefore
the news of his death coining so suddenly afli r the good news received is a
great shock to his many friends in this
country,
Mr. Kniger of Osoyoos spent the
past week hi Midway,
Mrs. 0. S. Piltendi'igh of Rock
Oreek was visiting friends iu Midway
lasl week.
Theieis some talk of a concert and
hup to lie given in the cuurse of a
couple of weeks l.y the bachelors of
Midway.
Mr. A. K. Smart arrived from England on S.uusday, accompanied liy a
friend. Tiiey are at present guests of
Air. Itaudulph Milan.
Mr, li OoMiekcaine in ou Bulimia)
from Moiitieal, una win proceed io me
Suniinit camp, there lo superintend
development work un the Cordick
claim.
Mr. Eddie Allison of Princeton i.s enjoying llio hospitality ul' tbe uulhuli-
tiesui Osoyoos, ami it Is expected he
will soon have friends to keep luui
company,
Mr. IJ. L. Tlioinet, we are pleased lu
say, is ..ui ainl around again, after
spending Iwo or Ihree days ill lied the
[insl week, sulfcriiig froui a su.ere ill-
luck of la grippe,
Mr, L. Lciiiiiiue paid a Hying visit tu
Midway ou iiie.-.l.ty lasi iiiiii proceeded
un to Grand Forks uinl puilltb easl,
and will return lo Kelowua via lievul-
stoke or the coast,
instead of lhe fortnightly services
by tbe Rev, Mr, Paten, a sluilent will
shortly lie assigned lu Midway liy the
missionary sociely ol the Presbyterian
church and weekly services held.
Mr, Bropby, formerly of Buiie,
Moul., and who is operating for Montana capitalists in this district, came
into town from Spokane on Wednesday and proceeded ou tu Oamp McKiuney the same day.
Tlie series of entertainments by the
Ladies' chili were brought to a close on
Friday night l.y a concert and dance.
Thanks are due the ladies forth- many
enjoyable entertainments given by
them during tbe winter.
Should any one find u small card
case, suppused tu have lieen lust be.
tweed Midway and Boundary Falls,
they will confer a favor and will re-
ceive lhe thanks of the owner by leaving same it the Advance office.
; .George Breeden, who came before W. II. Norris and J. Kerr, J's. P.
on Saturday, for stealing a horse from
Clement Vacher, Under lhe value uf
ten dollars, elected to he tried summarily, and W'as sentenced lo four
months hard labor, and taxed with fhe
cost of bia own witnesses.
On the evening of the 21st insl. Miss
Lewis welcomed ihe guests to one of
ihe most enjoyable uf the receptlnns
uf the Ladies' club. There was n much
larger attendance I ban usual. The
programme consisted of songe l.y
Messrs. F. W. Powers. W. G. McMynn,
D. McClung, G. Guess C. E. Pu.ilin, J.
McNicol and Ed. A. Haiti, a duett liy
Messrs. Monro and J. A. Coryell, nnd
a recitation liy Mr. It. A. Guess. The
card prizes went to Mrs.C. M. Melville,
Miss It. Kllhie-Stiiarl, Mr. Geo. Guess
and Mr. II. Murray.
The old reliable is the old reliable no
longer, as recently the owner of the
Morrison singe line has seen fit (owing
tu the state of llle roads) to cut off'a
few miles frum this end of (he drive
ami stop at Greenwood Instead of
I'tiinlng on to Midway, thereby colli-
pi ■     upselling llio mail and express
liaini    , •       iia.' every one who
incini' .. 'in il 1 lie. ei.y as mad as
i lie . ai ir mail whose name commences
with the fourth lot iur of the alphabet.
Mr. Morrison bus signified his inleti-
tlim of at once pulling ou an extra
team In carry mull, express and passengers between Greenwood and Ihis
place, inil every one wonders why
lie cuiilil nut have strained a point,
rather lh.an severed bis connection
with ns temporarily. However what
is one man's loss it is said is another
man's gull), nnd In this case il. will he
so, and llie oilier singe which runs
inlo Midway Ihree limes a week will
no tint,l,| reap the benefit,
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MINING   VOTES,
Mia.I. 1!   I'.'' a lied
ihe Winnipeg eia ii iii Wellinglon
camp, Is expected buck it. lbe counlry
in it few ilnys, and il, is stilted he will
put men to work upon lhe t'alumel
claim iu llie -uiih. ciimp. mid upon
which af presenl ho hn- n bond.
W. T. Sinilh has a crew of men ul
present working upon llie None Such
claim In ihe camp of his own name,
As sunn, however, us a certain amount
uf work Is dune upon ihe claim, ho will
move his men hack again In lhe Last
Chance claim ..nd .'0111111111' work Indefinitely. Both claims are reported
lobe looking well aud Improving us
work progresses.
The work recently curried oul. upon
the Great Hcspec in Smith's camp, by
lhe nwncr, Mr. J. 0, Haas, has been of
a very satisfactory character, as the
ledge is now some fuur feet or more
across the face in lhe tunnel that wad
driven upon tiie vein, The ore Is a
quarlz, carrying galena and copper
pyrites, In the near future it Is the
intention to extend the length of the
tunnel.
Messrs, Atwood and Wakes' claim,
the Silver King, in Skylark eamp, is
looking up well, as the nre in the shaft
being sunk upon oue of lhe veins is
rapidly changing ils character, more
galena coming into it, and beside a
considerable amount of wire silver is
lieing met. with in small stringers near
Ihe foot wall. The significance of
wire silver lieing found in lhe claim
counot be overestimated, as it tends
tu show Ihal not all the high grade ore
to be found in lhe Skylark camp is
centered in the one claim, the Sky-j
lark, but, that it is diffused overs large'
area and found wherever depth is oh. j
tained upun the ledges. A change
from a heavy iron capping to a high
guide silver ore wil bin tbo distance of
lhe few feel Ihal have I mi sunk upon!
the cluim, makes ihe property one
which may furnish ils owners wiih
many a surprise iu the cuurse uf ils de-
velopinenf.
Mr. Al wood is carrying on development upon lhe Boundary Fulls cluim
in Smith's camp, and the ledge ill the
bottom of tlie shnfl is said to he look* j
Ing extremely well. This was une of
ihe Ural properties located In Ihe
Boundary creek camp, aud in olden
days lhe ore from Ihu surface nf lhe
claim was milled hy lbe Spukane and
Northern Milling company, which
owned a plant 111 operation ot Bound-
Fulls some three or fuur years ago,
The ore on the surface heing oxydlzed,
wus free milling, and paid well, but as
depih wns attained the ore became tun
base tn In. treated by stamps, und
therefore the milling ceased. With
smelters tn operation iu this district,
lhe ore would now be valuable, as it.
contains a fair amount of gnld in conjunction with iron pyrltlesand a small
quantity of galena, nnd inay he clnssed
with the dry ures, whicli are as a rule
in greal demand.
W
w Fancy Goods
GLASSWARE and CROCKERY
Stationery, School Supplies
AM) TOYS.
Playing Cards and Games.
Dressing Cases.
Wall Pacer, Violin Strings.
Proprietary RScdioin.s
ED, A.  HAINi    +%
MIDWAY. II, ft       OvO
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BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Different Stage Lines.   Nri
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors
anil Cigars
NOTICE.
In the Mining Court of the
Osoyoos Division of Ya'te District, Holden at 0-oyoos, B. C.
Circulars, dodgers, business cards,
calling cards, envelopes, letter heads,
hill bends, statements, etc., printed ut
This Advance.
Prospectors M Stabl
tfflAND F-ItKS.TI. I'. I1EI...W THE BRIDOB
Saddle   and   Pack  Horses at
Reasonable  Rates.
LADIES' RADDLE HORSES
 A SPECIALTY—
To E. ,1. Ilickey of Spokiino, In the Stale of
Washington, U. S. A.
TAKE N'iTIi'K ihal nu notion Ims been on*
liaaal unit i; HUlnuilinB laa I Ugnill8l ymi in
tliu uli.ivi. Mining l.'onrl to Kolierl i.'lnrk of
tlio North Kork of Koillo rlvor, in tlm Ki	
Rlvor Mining lllvlsl f Yale dlairl.-i, II. ('..
free miner, for ojoc ul from lho "Hoatllo"
tiiinorai claim, li ireliier ..iiii nil tho rightsmul
privileges glvon io lho Bait] mineral claim
undor tuo provisions of Uw .Mineral act, And
an ei'iiiT lias boon liniiii. llnil ilm publication of
a notico of tbo ontry of auch notion In lho Advance newspaper, anil h oopy ot tlio aaid notice
postal on ilm door of tbo Mining ilooordor'a
ulliee nl Mtdiray in Un* aforesaid mining dlvi*
Osoyoos aforesaid, fora period ol throo ivooks,
iilsniliiii tliodellveri of u Bealoil oopy of Ibo
sllluuiolia iaalli'i! ill lliia nclinli Ulgclbor With a
.nail.al copy ..i' iho nforcanlil order lo Hor
Majesty's uostmnslor al Osoyoos, B. .'., ail*
di rased und rcfflslorcd to your lasl named place
of residence, nn lyol Roonery Building, Spokane, ritato af Washington, U. S, A., sball ho
deemed i<. bo good nml atitlieient aorvloe ofllie
summons upon you.
Tins summons will ln> heard nt Omivoob
aforesaid on tho aovclilccntl. day of April, A,
ll. Iff*, nl elovon o'clock in the forenoon, on
wliieli ilny.vnu nre requested tn appear.iuid If
you do not appear either iu person or by ynur
agonl ut ilm linn' nml pltico nbovo monlloned
such order wili bo inniln and proceedings Lakon
ns mny snein just mul expedient.
Dated this lath day of March, A.I) 1898.
' ('. A. It. LAMBLY,
Hniil.; uiisslonor.
Soal "f Mining Courl Osoyoos I ilvtelon nf Yolo
District.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for Miners'   Supplies.
 A (IOOI) STOCK OF
Grroeeries. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete,
ORDERS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS u.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
A NEW STOCK OF
Light Sloes, Dress Goods, Laces, Ete,
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha
Hi
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r
THAT
at at at at at at »!ii" •*!*_»!•• *'ii!ii!4il4i!4i!4i!4i!4i!4i!4'
''J   1;W|W';*yiC'5iWiwiwiwl''*/i*'W*' 4,1T,1 4,4 4,4 4,1 4,4 S.4 4,1
/ARK - LEARN!      I
.lU'WH-XYihW'
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of Improvcmcnts-
Tin: Anar.oh.st Mineral Claim,
Situate at. Camp McKinney, in tlio Ohdj'oob
Mining Division of Yulo District.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Otitis. D'B. Green,
agent fm* It. ti. Sidley, frtie minor's certlfl*
caio No. U2130, Intend, sixty days from the dato
hereof, to apply to tlie Gold Commissioner for .1
oortiflcateof Improvements for Hie prtrposo of
obtaining a Crown grant of the ahovo claim.
Ami further take notice that adverse claims
must he Bent to the Mining Recorder, and
notion commoncoH before the Issuance of such
cortiOcato of Improvements.
Dated this 2Utli day of January, ISM.      21
County Court Mice
4,1     ■     •
HA
Ha
Ha    ^j**
 **____CASH OR TRADE f
'   -nil tlio very li.'at l.arpiins in all Mill's if—       T,
MERCHANDISE.. .|
Si
 AND  TS
___.£_' ■- sTj-PP-Uoas f
.-Will wi
or:
AT THE GHEIiNVYOOD STORE, BOUNDARY CltEEK, I), ('.
Sittings of the Coiiiily Court of Yalo will bo
liolilnii us follows:
At Osoyoos on Monday, 4th May, ISIKI,
At. Midway on Weilucaday. Oth Mi.y,l«!) tli
At. tlio liuar of eleven o'clock In tbo form n
By oominiiuil. *'. A. It. LAMBLY,
Oovcrninont Olllee. Osoyoos, It. 0. 0.
lice. Ililii. 1805.
„« — 1 .——-~—■-»I
VaTANTRD.—Amun for overy unoccupied |
V   districl nf Manitoba, N. IV. T. nnd
BrtllBh Columbia, to represent our hardy Cunn-.
ihiiii nrown nursery stock nml now seed pola-1
toes.   Liberal Inducements to whole or pari
tlrao mon.  Experienced salesmen will tln.l ihu.,
iill'cr n kii.h1 one;  Implemonl ogonls, farmers,
farmers1 Bons, chooso linkers ami Bchool tonoh-1
cr. will ib. well in look into this. .Men devoting
bul pari time do well with us, Stock especially |
grown for .he Western section, Sond poBtal In
Tm to, Out., tor particulars.
STONE  .Nil Wl'.l.l.lMITDN,        |
Proprietors of" Fonthlll 'ifrsorlcs,
Largos! in lho Dominion  Over iWJ acres.
Head omcc. Toronto, Out.; branches, Chicago
111., snd Montreal, P. Q.
Kit It. WOOD & CO.  iM
TS ',"
a, a. a/ a,, at Kit at a,... ,..* at at KiiKitatKit^a.- S^,(^1iHASiiaJ^1iiiA
TSi'S i^lTSft T'Siili'STllT'Sftiti <Sft ft ftftftT,i ft 4,1»,. 4,1 i.i 4,1 ft
r.-_t,r mo. an^i.-rt.,fl,ww._^
v"-0   TT*    w-«v  v™\
?      W  H   H
O    il   i>-   &.«.    il_-ii*
CITY-
'ROSPECTORS
Get Your Supplies at . . .
Is tlip Central Towii and Supply Point tiftlieBntindiiry
('nek .Mining Oniiip..   From this New Town muds
/ 	
li'itd to tin*
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Sky ark, White and Atwood.
.  ellington and Smith Camps.
Lot* are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment,
For Price uf Lots and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
MIDWAY,   8.  C,
A Full Stock to Select from Including a Nice Line of
DOUBLE CINCH PACK SADDLES
Greenwood City, Uuunikry Creek, 11. ('.
Or Apply In Agents,
C. F. Costi'.kton, Vernon, B, C,
A, I)  Burnett, Spokane, Wa_hi
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver, 1.. C,
':..,     * li-       ■    -.
V_WS®ESSRm
Agent for M. Ferry & Co's Garden & Flower Seeds! TH E ,
_ .vivv,fia: l_*_ffl-B_*_l_lM_
. TIIK (IRANI*. FORKS, MARCOS AND MIDWAY
S"te.-sr*e   BiXlicL   E!.-s.:p.it?asss   ULiixxe
Ituns Botwoon Miiri-iisiiiiilllmnil Furksilnily. leaving Mnreu-niul QrftnilJFprkBq| Tu. m,
l.rnvc.i (Iriuul Forks for Midway, Mondays, Wednesdays nud Frhllj. al T n, in.
heaves Midway fur Grand Porks and Miircus,|Tucsi!iiy.,.TIiursilnys nnd Saturdays, T n. in.
01000  ST-A-GHIS*       -       -       ZB.XXA.n'aTTA.'i-X.Xt  XiAimt-S
\grt^x^t4--.,4-t^i?4XKi^'
MAN1.KY k AVERILL, PROPRIETORS  -   -   -  (IRANI) FORKS, 1!. ('.
niiwuiuw*! ■   W'**«'3T-»r'«^wiOTW^-*_^
JJTOil-ffiSSSSK
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C,   *   *   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -__-_:__^_" PROPRIETOR
THIS HQTBL NI0KD9 NO SPBOIAL ItKCO.M M KXDA'iiox
tir I''I.'.-.|...1i.hh Ai'pomiu, iilntlim nl  Hi" Bionmons .Inn..lion   Hini'i.*. ■.%
EER" HOTEL
i.   ■ swood City, Boundary Crui k, B, C.
Wi. have lu-l np   ■ 1  '.  alioVO l.ni.'l at Greeiiwoni] City, ami are prepared
In Wl'lc.l    ...I   ll li   -'nld liaai'llll lalinll.    (Inml Cdtl'rlllg,    Flint
elass Livery Stalile,
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
VERNON £ OLA WATER WORKS
O'NFAl. & DOWNEY, P-oprietohS.
ManufaotUrers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Aie, Sarsparilla, -lab Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda>
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, 8tr        • *y, Orango,  Pineapple, Vanilln,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and Write foi'
Quart Bottles*                    . I Prlc... intebnational hymn.
Professor  George  Huntington,  of
Carlton college, Northfield, Minn,, is
Well known all over the United States
as an author,  and  his latest poem,
■written in response to a request for an
international hymn for Ihe English-
speaking people, and first sung at Carlton college recently, has heconie.quickly
popular there.   It is as follows:
INTSKNATIOXAI. HYMN,
I'fuoe, America.)
Two empires by the sea,
Twu nations great and free,
One anthem raise.
One race of ancient fume,
One tongue, une fnith, we clftlln;
One Ood, whose glorious name
Wu love uud praise.
Wbutdeoila our fathers wrought,
What battles we have fouxllt,
Let fame record.
Now vengeful passion cease;
Conn;, victorious peace:
Nor bale nor pride's caprleo
l.:'ialicnib the sword.
Though deep llie sea und wide
Twi.vt realm and realm, its tlilo
Binds slrunil byslruml.
Ho lo the gulf between,
Bray coasts and Islands green,
•Great populace and queen,
liy friendship spanned,
Nuwiiiiiy lbe find above
Guard both tlie lands wc love,
In cast or west;
Let lovo mure fervent glow
As peaceful ages go,
.Stronger and stronger grow,
Blessing and blest
 „.- .
A REGIMENT OF GENTLEMEN.
The secretary of slate for war, the
Marquis of Lausdowne, has finally declined to form a "regiment of gentlemen," a proposition whicli has l.een
haggled over ill tlie press for some
time past, as the outcome of a letter
from a man who was, according to
liis critics, evidently of the opinion
that lie was ton good to tight on equal
terms in the ranks wilh the descendants of the men who fought al; Waterloo and Trafalgar. The writer's idea
was to form a regiment of so-called
"gentlemen," A gentleman, it has
been claimed, can be a gentleman in
lhe ranks or before the mast, and to
liayc formed a regiment of so-called
"gentlemen" would have been, said
one writer, a deliberate insult to the
rest of fhe British army. Yet the
proposition was urged by influential
persons and by a portion of the press.
tical results, it seemed wise to concentrate our efforts upon the attainment
of a permanent system between the
two great English-speaking peoples."
Circulars, dodgers, husiness cards,
calling cards, envelopes, letter heads,
billheads, statements, etc., printed at
The Advance.
DIRECTORY OF ADVERTISERS.
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended as a Ready
Reference for the Busy Ones
S. 4 SHATFORD
JD_r»y Goods and Millinery
VERNON.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Lin. of Ladies' Goods.
IN DRESS GOO    S w? hRVC *" ,mmeilfle M*>rtraent with all the Latest Trim-
IN  Mil I INFRV wcoroflure we c«ii plwae you, Mwe havo a first clM-inilllnep.ftHd
*n   iuiLijjiiK i_,i\ i   pan give you the latest in those goods at prices never boforo beardof
OUR      ~R F S S M A K F R hM ll(ul jRrye wpwioncc et Mo buBtaoa*, end a perfect
vy-^ -v      x_j-._joiii_-vi\j-,i\ fli js guanuiteed providing you send the correct measure
Remember we cany everything lhat a lady requires, and can save you money if ynu send your
orders to us. Send one to-day and be convinced, TSBMB Cash With Obdhb.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
THE REVELSTOKE SMELTER.
The old smelter buildings here have
been an eyesore for years and it will
he welcome news to every one interested in tin welfare of the town and
district to know that al last there is a
probability of the buildings being uti
lized for the purposes for which they
were built. We have it ou the best ef
authority tliat, low the long-standing
dispute as to ownership has been de
cided, tlle Kevolstoke Smelting com
pauy have decided to make another
start witli llle Kevelstoke smelter, and
Wr. A. H, llolclich, formerly of Bevel-
stoke, now of tho Hall mines smelter
at Nelson, has received instructions
requesting him to make an extensive
personal Investigation into lhe condition of tho smelting plant, and asking
hira to lake full charge of all the
smelting operations, if in his opinion
sufficient ores and the necessary fluxes
can bs obtained. It is understood that,
owing to his duties ut the Hall mines
nmelter, Mr. Holdlch will be unable to
hiake the required investigation just
at present, but there is every reason
to believe that before long tbe much-
abused and long-disused smelter at
Kevelstoke will lie in active operation
wilh Mr, Holdich as the manager.-
Kootenay Mail.
Commercial job printing at the Ad
Vance office.
PERMANENT ARBITRATION.
In view of tlie fact that a widespread
desire has been manifested both in the
Uuited .Slates and (Ireat Britain for
the establishment between lliese two
countries of a permanent system of arbitration, a call has heen issued for a
national conference, lo be held at
Washington City on Wednesday and
Thursday. April 22 and 211 next, lo express the general conviction Ihal, such
a system of arbitration should he
speedily provided for by the proper
Authorities and with ihe mosl comprs-
hiiisiveiipplicatiiin practicable, Invi-
latiniu will lie sent In representatives,
Irrespective* of party or creed, In every
slate and Ieirilnrv in tlieI'liileilSlates,
the combined membership of the two
bouses of congress being taken as a
general basis of numbers and appoint-
menl.   Tlin call reads:
"Assuming you to share our belief
as lo the Importance of the end proposed, we de.'in ii unnecessary in ibis
communication to enter into an extended statement on the subject, liy
repeated aels, us well as by repeated
declarations, mir government has appeared befure tin* world in advocacy
of Ini ernatloaal arbitration as a measure conformable io our own inleresls
and to the genius of our institutions,
as well,as to Ihe cause of general jus-
lice and civilization. To this effect,
patriotism, philanthropy, statesmanship and religion have spoken as with
one voice. In confining tho present
Movement to the promotion of arbitration between the United Slates and
Great Britain, we are not unctineeriicd
fnr a wider application of the principle
involved, but taking into consideration the importance and value of prac*
ARMSTRONG.
IL ICaysa Armstrong Hotel
... .MiiU'o.1 .Snali and Door tractor)
Wood. Uargill &(iu Qenoral Mweliniits
BENVOULIN,
I). Nicholson liuiiniiilin IInu.1
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Hardy Boundary fulls ITotol
CoryoU, J. A civil Knglnoor
Jn ke-i, it. W Physician and Surgeon
Kerr Droit Bulclior
MoJ .owoll and Nelson Hut fliers
Kendell, G. A General Merchant
CARSON.
Carson Townsite 0, EC. Stuart, Agent
MoLaron Bros.., Grand Prairio Hotel
Nelson,0. Rand 1'. H General Merchant*)
Ward, J Brick and Lime
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Shatford & Co General Merchants
FAIRVIEW.
Dalrymple, W General Blacksmith
Elliot, T General Merchant
Shuwon, G. 0 Golden Gate Hotel
Shatford & Co QenoralMerchantB
Sproule, G. JI General Blacksmith
Shechan, George J Fairview Hotel
GREENWOOD
Haas. J. A Mining Engineer
Wood, li, k Co General Merchants
Greenwood Townsite R, Wood, Agent
GRAND  FORKS
Miller, M Kettle River Stage Lino
Manley ami Averill....Express and Stage !>ine
Simpson, 0. K Sawmill
KELOWNA
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones Implement Agents
Lequime Bros,& Co General Merchants
Leqnlme, L Okanagan Sawmill
LADNERS.
Hutcherson, E Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Morand, L Ram's Horn Hotol
MIDWAY
Coryell, J. A Civil Engineer
Guess, Harry A AsBayor
Haiii, Edward A Stationer, Ete
Ingrim, M Feed and Livery Stable
Kcr" Bros - Butchers
Lcouime & Powers Sawmill
McNicol, J.' General Merchant
McAulay &. Lundy Boundary Hotel
McDutr, 1) Blacksmith
Norris, W. II Agent Midway Townsite
Reed, J, W Watchmaker and Jeweler
PENTICTON
Sproulo, A. G Express and stage line
Thurhor, J Ponticton Hotel
Walker^ H.,. Ponticton Livery and Sale Stable
ROCK  CREEK
Pitteiidfigh, H Rock Crock Hotel
SPOKANE
Gonoways & McAviuey Nursery
Spokane Kalis and Northern Railway	
VERNON
Armstrong, W, J Hard ware Merchant
Billings, Fred Barrister
Campbell Bros Furniture
Cochrane, W. M Solicitor I
dwell, T, E Contractor and Builder
Costerton, 0. F Commission and Insurance j
Coryell, J A Civil Engineer i
Costorton, C. E Commission andlnsurnnce j
Donaldson, J, S Chemist and Druggtet!
Gardner, W Livery Feed and Sale Stable i
Hut chin non and Davidson Flour and Feed
Jacques, F. B Watchmaker nnd Jeweler j
Kerby, Forbes M Civil Engineer
Latimer, F. H Civil Engineer and Assayer'
Martin Bros ....Hardware Merchants i
Meakin, W. J Kalemalka Hotel!
Myer, F. A Veruon Private College
Murphy and Faulkner Victoria Hole] j
NlchoHes and Renouf Agricultural Imp.
O'Neal and I lownlo    Soda Water Works
Shatford and Co General Merchants
Shatford, S. A Dry Goods and Millinery
Smith and Clorin Vernon Sawmill
Taylor, R.N Chemist and DrugglBt
Williams, Gerald Physician and Surgoon
Worgan, A. D Photographer
MISCELLANEOUS
Canadian Iluml Drill Co Shcrbrooko, Quo
R'wards. lien .Hull' Way House, Kettlo Hirer
Marlin Fire Anns Co Now Iluvnn, Cnn
Morrison, Fl. I) Marcus anil Mill way Blago
ALL KINDS OC
DOORS SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock,
Write for Prices to
N.
STOVES! STOVES!
MCLEOD,
ARMSTRONG,
B. C.
VEBNON LIVERY, FEB AND SALE STABLES
HORSE boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
HORSES broken to
harness, and horses and cattle sold
on commission.
G      Single drivers
0
0
Double drivers
D  Saddle horses
L
■Wai-lMIMM^
GENTLE	
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KIND of heavy
teaming attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
D     Double drivers
I
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
■xrxxxtxrox, b.o.
RTidrelles  «S_*  Renouf, Ii-fcd.
ViotD-t-lB,   B.   O.
A&BICULTUBAL MACIIfflY.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Brantford ® Binders § and $ Mowers
E
Single drivers
Saddle Horses
S
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR,
]mmmwm$mimmmM
IDWAY
Tbe '^X* ix tt ix at* c.
Railway, Mining and Agricultural |
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
G. F. Costerton, ___.grexi.-t.
Penticton Livepy, Feed and Sale Stables
—<—i	
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. H. NORRIS o,.,o R. C. ADAMS
Montreal, P. Q.
Mid
way
B.C.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
VEEIN : FLOUR :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always tn stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatttteat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter,
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Sanson.
A choice line of Confectionery, ftiscuits, Toiiaccos & Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
TAX NOTIi
\J L.a
Assessment Act Km! Provincial
Revenue Tex-, Rook Oreek
Division of Vale Distriet.
NOTICK Ii hereby glvon tlmt wwcdsod nmd
provincial rovonuo toxwfor 1801! aro now
due ami payable at myofftoe, Ouoyooi, atthe
following rates:
if paid mi or boforo !iuih Junoi
Ouo-baK of <uie per coin, on real proporty,
Twit. poroant,on wild land.
On-'-thtrd of ono per cent, on personal
property,
One-half of ono per cent, on tnenrno,
Hpald on or after 1st July;
Two-thirds of ono por rent on roal proporty,
Two iind oiio-balf per cent, on wild land,
One-hiilf uf one   per cent,   on  personal
properly.
Throo-fourthi of one per cent, on income
Provincial revenue tax, J3.0Q por capital
0, A. R. LAMBLY,
Assessor and Collector
Hock Crock Division of Yalo District,
Otoyoos, B. 0.i 13th Jatmarr, 18W,
Mi
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7.^,|,!i'4**!l*'.i''aH*a;;i-ti«1,-iia-iJ.-?! .'_i:.f,j:
MI   WAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation.  Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stago Line
fi-oin Marcus, Washington.
MpAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -       -       Good Stabling.
•O-ZIO-   -BE.   SK»ELOXJIiI3,
BLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND GENERAL REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G. O. SHURSON, Prop,
FAIRVIEW, 13. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - ■ GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
ESTABLISHED  1883.
NLAND NURSERY
"JUBTI.KK  FARM,"
BRITISH   -
MA
-  LADNER'S,
COMPANY
COLUMBIA
Our   SPECIALTIES—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E, Hutcherson, Manager.
Tie fettle River % Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Botwcen GRAND FORKS antl PENTICTCN
arriving at Grand Foks
Leaves Pentieton on Thursdays at 6 a. m,,
on Fridays, at 6 p, m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLER,      -      Prop,,      -      Grand Forks, B, <-
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE IIIVEII. B, C.
Situate io the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines,
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public. Stage Lines
to Midway and Marous, Wash. Blacksmith shop ln connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....       PROPRIETORS.
A, J,
G-oiBi-Gi- soTrara:
will leave Penticton 7 a. m, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p, m,, and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
Gt-OXlffO  WOUTH
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m„ Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m., connecting wilh
SS. Aberdeen and S. & 0. and C. P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.

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