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 THE  ADVANCE.
ft _*      '   /
Vol. V, No. 12.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M.I)., CM.
BY APPOINTKBNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     I      I      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QCRALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C, M.
VEItNON, H.C.
Urn or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Kno.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale,
I T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' Graduate of MoGill Uoiversity,
Office : Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residenoe: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
SoueiToii hi'i'iikmk Court,
Notakv Puhlic Convkyanckk, Etc.
Office: CiliiuiriiK ninck, Btirmiril Avenue,
.  VKRNON. ■ Ii. C.
pRED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office: Martin's Hlork.
VERNON, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI3TER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC.
Vbknon, II. c.
J   K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collectino Aqency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Boug-ht
and Sold.   RatiryPublic.
GUAM)   FORKS   - - - -   II. <'.
pORBES M. KERRY, P.L.S.,
A. M. C. S. 0, E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VKRNON, U. tl.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We Inly the
(he Very Besl Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices.   Give us a call and he convinced  Ihnt our
prices  are  Ihe Inwesl in this section   of counlry.
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Etc.
We carry a large and well-selected slock of almve
' aiid ns wc purchased our goods for 8POT CASH we
.,. are eiuililed lo give niir customers the lieneflt of lhe
i.      Discount,   Give lis a Trial Order.
XW. V. Slxartffo^cl atxicl Co.
Fairview, Camp McKiuney and Vernon.
*T  E.OROWELL,
TRON'SON SI'., ViUlNUN.
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
OOlce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VERNON, H. c, i.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.s»*n.d Sur-reyov.
Mem. Amur Hue. Irriir. Kiiks.        i :
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thurbi'u, Proprietor.
Pleasantly Situated a, Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with 8. S. AberdbbnJto
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Abranobments Made for Phovi nxo
Guides and Outfits for Huntinu Partes,
Good Boating nn.l VisliliiK.  Row utul Silt Honk, fm* Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B, C
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
KETTLE RIVER  MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending July 14, I89S.
7. Blue Bell, Copper camp, Fred. Williamson uinl.I.ti. Wallace,
7. Ivntihue, Pass creek, .1, 81. Lynch.
7. Iruiirl.ul, Puss creek, J. M. Lynch.
7. Silver Tip, Deadwood camp, Juhn
Muck.
7. Boston, Wellington ramp, .lohn JI.
Kelly, A. F. Sanderson and 11. S.
Fraser.
8. Big Iron, Norlh Fork, Edward
Trlswurtll.
8. Purchaser,  North   Pork,   Edward
Trt snort h.
8. LiliciI v, Ilrown's cainp, Eliza Mr-
('..Ihiiii.
8. Ciihtinct, Jlyers creek, G.  Powell.
8, Moody, White's rump, C. Wnxell.
8. Lady Franklin, Christina lake, T.
Livingstone,
8. Trafalgar, Suniinit camp,   W.   JI.
Wood,
8. HiiL Hoy, .Summit camp, .Inn. B.
Ilciulcrsuti,
I). Rose Bud, North Fork, Jauies Mc-
.il.iliiui.
I). Rain's Horn, Nurlli Fork, .lames
JlcMnhun.
I). Climax, Nurlli Fnrk, .lames JlcMnhun.
0. Gulden Link, Nnrlh Fork, .lames
JIi-Muhou,
0. Cater, Long Lake camp, A. O. Ed.
wiirds.
0. Alhnmlirii, Long Lake ciunp, B. L.
Garrison.
0. Gill Edge, Long Lake camp, B, "L,
Garrison,
9. Mountain Lion, Pass creek, C. J.
Gavert.
fl. Jlyslir, Skylark camp, JamesSu'h-
eri.-iu.i.
10. Mountain Lyon, Pass creek, J. B.
Wood,
10. Alack, Pass creek, F. W, Wegner.
10. Walter. Pass creek, August Use.
10. Gnld  King,   Pass creek,  F.    W.
Wegner,
10. Augusta, Kettle river,  0.   Mellon
uiui Jacoh Pelersun.
10.M 1,1, Kettle liver,  0.   Mellon
and J. Peterson,
10. Mogul, Kellle river, O. Mellon and
,T, Peterson.
10. Blue Grouse, Copper eamp, James
While,
11. Chicago, Lynch creek, W. R.
While.
11. It lad, Bear creek, W, R. White,
11. Beady Cash, Pass creek, John Dol-
nuist,
11. Van Horn, Puss creek, O. Sttltirl
and G. Atchison.
11. Quadra, Pass creek, Jos, Pounder.
.1. Spruit, O, Siiuirl aud Geo. At*
cllisnll.
11. Cyclone, Pass creek, Jos, Pounder
and J, Spralt.
11. EyenlngSlar, Fisherman creek, J.
Lind ..nd A. V. Anderson.
11. Golden Crown, Puss creek, John
Lind.
11. Montana. Canyon creek, E. Sullivan and A. Wtidilcl.
11. Newlierry. Atwood creek, Edward
C.nsl hu
ll, Ntiusie F„ i inleresi, II. linger, C. | lied away Ly glaciers. I liter shafts hnv.
E. Hull und J. II. Boyd m I. J. Ing lieen sunk on it. The galena ledge
Evans, assays $60 gold and silver and '211 per
11. Hei len Roy, J Interest, II. Qager, cent, lead, the pyriles ledge, Hi.*') gold,
<). E. Hiilf'nnd .1. II. Bnyil In I. .1. 23) ounces silver, wilh 7,0(11) inns in
Evans, sight,  The claim has heen Is.ughi liy
11. Mountain chief, | interest. Juhn 11. the Mammoth Mining Company,
Baxter to Mrs. A. V. Davies.  ► •-	
11, Big   Iron, ull   interest,   Ed. Tits* I             POLITICS IN THE STATES.
Wlll'th In A. T. Ti.liev. 	
18. Sabath Dnv, 1 Interest. E. P, Suy-      . .   ,.   .
,1am In It  II De Cray |W. J. Bryan Nominated for the Presidency
18, Helen, all'Interest, L.'w. Mulliul*     by the Delegate* to tho Democratic con-
lundloJ. Wallace. ventlon at Chicago.
CERTIFICATES OF WORK, ,    At Ihc silting nf the DcinniTiilii:   i.i-
7, DI r Bucket; !•'. Williamson and I lonnl convention nl Chicago, balloting
J. Clark.
7. Pride nf lhe Wesl;,I. G. Farrell,
7. Denver; J. G. Farrell,
7. Premier; E. Tlllllll,
7. Chancellor, J. Moran,
8. Joker; P,.I. Dcrinndy and .1. Garrison.
8. Kevslinie; Mike Snlliv.in.
8. Smuggler; P, ,1   Dermody, Mike
Sullivan nml .1. Garrison,
II. Gulden Crown; W, .1. Purler.
10. Eleclrir- .1. Frank  and  8.   Benet-
iiiaii.
10. City of Pnrlsi DM McLeod.
11. Belle of OllawatP, O'Cniinnr and
J. Recce.
II. .Mountain Monarch! P. O'Connor
and J. Itecce.
11. War Eagle; P.  O'Connor and ,1.
Itecce.
11. Buckliurn; S. Larson,
11. Standard No. 2.1 H. A. Muss.
18. Uncle; O.   Dillier and  II.   H.   De
Gray.
14. Twin Mine- JI. McGrnw,
It. Great Lnxev;T. Cm-kill.
14. Idaho; JI. JIcGruw.
14. Black Prince; A. Hamilton,
14. Liltle Burnt T, Roderick.
II   Ilia,iiilini:,I. Marshall,
14. Sailor Buy: J. C, 8llcrle nnd s. C.
Meyers.
14. Western Start VV. II.  Hlckerson
ntnl K. C. Mevers.
14. Bonnie Belli R, W 1.
 ...	
THE SIMILKAMEEN MINES.
The special correspondent lo the
Scuttle Post-Intelligencer, who recenlly visited Ihis dieti Icl, lu.s nu article iu
his paper of Ilm Dili hist, upon Ihe
mines of Okanngiiii Co,, Wash, among
which he Includes Ihose of the Siinilkaineen, In view of I lie inleresi that
is now lieing laken hale In lhe development of thai sectiun nf counlry, we
make m> apologies lnr printing lhe following excerpt:
"Tin* Slmilkauieen mines extend
along the mnuutalus ou hiilh .sides of
lhe river.<f lhat mime from the boundary, flrsLsniithwnrd, I hen ensl wind lu
On., ihe principal cluims heing on
.Mixi.it chitpnci, which is exactly opposite the lowec ridge ou whicli is lhe
VVyandolle, nnd oiiMoiuil Elleuiehiim,
lhe peak which cud, llle Palmer moult-
luiti ridge -ui llie nnrlh    From ilu
ll . Phenlx, Cedar creek, E. Sullivan  Wyandutle locations also oxlenda|ong
QHAS. E. COSTERTON, '.
VEIINON, 11. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately At-
tended to.
Haps aad Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
H A M AN D   B A C O N    .
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST  OF   FARMS FOR  SALE.
WOoD,   CAEGII.I,   <_   OO..      - ARMSTBONG.
•_____■
I VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH & MoLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete,
J. c. XX.
s,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    Bros.
ASSAYERS AND OHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, a, C. lllll'KNWllntl, 11. 0.
H. BAllRBTT. 0. T, I10D080N
BOUND AH Y  I'KUKK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-roenwoort City, B. (.'.'
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acqualiitunt'o with the Kottlo
Illver and II.iiiiiiii..-j' Creek Mining
Districts.
All Kimls of  Factory  Work  Kept ill Stuck anil  Made to  Order
Coast Csdar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Lot lis and Shi nglos Kept in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawitii
on Okamigan Lake, handy to sliipinent.
Factory on 0. P. R„ Vernon,
Sush an.l Door
f the
llle llaiiililaill on the left lunik
river tu Kruger inoiiiilaiu."
"The Hr*l mining tilling lhe Slinllka*
uieen was done ul ilie lime of llle Carl-
luui exciti ment in 1850, when some of
Ihe miners drifted sniiilnvnrds and
found rich placers nf course gold ou
the low luirs nnd in the river led.
Placers were worked iit Granite crick,
75 miles uliiive lhe river,s luoilth. and
as far duivn as Slianker lien.l. twu
mill's solllh of  lhe   boundary,   when
for the parly's nominee for lhe presi-
deliry took 1.1...eon the Kith insl. Intense exiilemeul prevailed lllll.llgholll
the duy. Following Is the mull of tlio
liiillots, of wlllcll there were six :
K1UHT BALLOT,
Bland, 223- Bryan, 106| Boies, 811;
Matthews, 27; McLean, 51; Paulson, IB)
I'l'iuinver, 111; HliickIiiiiii, 83|Oainpliell,
2jSleveilsnii,2| lliiil; Teller, 8. Ale
sent and not voting, lull,
SECOND BALLOT,
Blind, 261; Boles, 87| Matthews, ,'tli
McLean, 63i Bryan, i"7; Blackburn, II;
Pntllsun, lOUi Russell, ; IVniiover, 8;
Slevells.iu, 111; Hill, 1; Teller, 8. Absent
or not voling, HKI,
Tlllllll BALLOT,
'l'he thii.) niil hegan uud (Colorado
changed her eight volt hfro,,, Teller to
Bryan. Florida gave ihe Nrluuskun
Ihree uuire, Kansas developed a dangerous split,
FOURTH BALLOT.
Nnl voting, 182-Bland, 241; Boles, 88|
Matthews, Wis McLean, 1(1; Bryan, 28(1.
Flh-ril BALLOT,
On the fifth luill.it California led lhe
secession in Bryan, Blackl.iiru's uuiue
una withdrawn and Kentucky went lo
Brynn. Ohio withdrew McLean und
joined thi- victorious line. Oklahoma's
vole gave him 504—two-thirds of al-
llie voles east.
Stone of Missouri, lead a note from
Klniid, saying:
'• I'm the cause hefore lhe inan,"
Bland's imiuu wus withdrawn, Wiih
a treuii'iiilous rush Bryan was uoiiiiu-
ttted.
Bryan wns liroughl forward and
spoke lit'ielly. predicting a sweeping
victory, "uol for my sake, hut for Ihe
sake nf silver.''
SliWKI.I. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
The {'(invention selected Arthur
Scwell nl' Maine froui among lhe greul
ones—Boies of lows, Sibley of reiui*
sylvaiilii and Filliliinof Illinois—to he
ilie standard-hearer us Duinocralic
viae- presidenl,
Sew ell s, nuni   the uomiiiiilion on
the fifth hull.,I. nml agieal di oisliu*
lion followed   lhe .1.a Illinium of lhe
vote.
POPULISTS ACCEPT BRYAN.
The leaders of the National Si ver
parly uud ilu. Populist party, who
weru lu Chicago during Ihe session nf
Democratic convention, declare thai
Iheir organizations will indorse ihe
nomination of Bryan al lhe convention lo he held iu St. Louis on July 22.
Many of the pionilliciil men of ihese
purlies have been iu Chicago during
iho convention watching lhe proceedings, und ill nn iiiailllii.il nay working
forsilver. Among llieni arc Senators
Jones uud Stewart of Nevada, Congressman Ncwlands of thnl Blnle, und
ninny lesser llghls,   An cxcelli'lil un-
work still continues, llie tiggregale deratiindlng   exists between Iholwn
iirganiziiliiins uud their coiivciilliius
were ap|iolnled fur llie saineil.-iy in Sl,
Louis, with lhe end in view Ihal lhey
mighi unite upon ti ciiiidltlatc, nr if
the Deiiuiernlic nrgnniznlinn shuuld
niimiiiiiie u inan salisfaclory lo ihem
lhey might imi.use lhe niniiillilliiia,
— 4 +.4	
DRILLING AT NELSON.
Another rock-drilling contest Inok
place lust  week ut Nelson.  Gnggln,
(IA  Weddel
II. Fotirlh of July, Cnnvon ereek. E.
Sullivan und A. Weddel.
III. No. 1, Norlli Fork, Relet* Wilcox.
Ill, North Seal tie, fractional, Brown's
camp, E. Clark.
111. Sl. Louis, Fresh ereek, li.  Ruslcnl,
18. Viiiviaii,   Kettle    river,   Charles
Newman.
18. O. K„ Lung Luke camp, Charles N.
Collins,
18. Oul.len Pheasant, Long Lake camp,
R. Wood. ,    .   , ,       ,   ,  ,
13. Carrie Lnvd, West  Fork Kellle length of lhe ground washed hci
rivet  Kd Grisel. a hunt folly miles, Hit'gold m (he burs
111, King Stone, West Fork Kettle riv* is very line nnd dilllcill live, lull in
er Ed (it-iscl. Ine '''ver i"'['  ''   ls coarse lllld inure
_ 14. Lizzie B., Eholt creek, Mark Me* abundant, nuggets worln as uuicli ns
(j,,JlWi $6 heing shown    Wingdainsiire Iniill
ill. Higlil'rnd Light,   North  Fork,  C. i "O lhe low lull's, nud men   with  (.".oil
Cameron and L. It. I'eorin-. facilities make $3 or $1 a day.   Hull. Bohv Burns, North Fork, 0, Cam- saving.il llie course gold to the I'lier is
emu" and L. R. Peorire. dillicull liy theiiseol ordinary methods,
114. George Washington, Nnrlh Fnrk, and Cupt, Henry Finch is now bring.
C. Cameron imp L. It. Peorine, ng listen a up ihe Oktino./oo whieh
14. Red Slur, Brown's cin.p,   H.   Mr- hr liuilhit \\ eiiiilr.iec, III dredge  the ,  I 83 Inches in !',
Ewen, II. Hemlow, and John Mi- pay dirt out of the river h..il hy lllc,,lns win, with Ittli'v, ilnll.il .tl in.lu.s ml,,
Intnsli. «f" suction pipe." minutes, interned In compete, hill wus
14   Wlnnp'herwill, Christina lake, G.     "The Iirsl ipinrlz ledges nlong lhe prevented lhrough til-health. His part-
W. Walters. river wet,, local .y the lule Okaniig- j ,„.,, Jn,    |iM,    himn,„, |mv|ng oll.
14, .Mniilanu, Christina  lake,  (i.   W.   ™  Smith.    Allioug 11 BUI   Were    he, .„„,.„,'■'    ,,,„.., ,lHffM ,,, „,..
i      Walter. Eiigleand Iwoolhci claims oil u ledge lamed permission nutie JiuiRe*. to get
11   Pick Chi'lslltia hike G W Wallers   of galena six feel wide, which has lieen annlher lllllll to hold III.' drills for lum,
I    ' 1Ikm! Christin    nke, 10   tmced lhrough all I h« f Ihem.   An-i "»'•■«»••»«■«'•" «V,',,k","'" "'"''" ,r,""n"
Ori i.e..    1       'Wn I us other of Suilil.'s clnl.us wns the .l.,'i.-.. ■;•'.••''-».«■"    Pln'^'iis lie wns, say,
11  Min   Pis" creek F Bover which cnnUiincil n six f due, from ll"' Nelson Miner, he rould not keep
4   K.li.rPassci'eJk.A (i'. Davis which assays running up to *mi gold, upi>'sii*,.in for inorelh.iu«ixmlnnlj.s
'and 112 ounces silver wcie ohli d."    during which he had pushed Ihu drill
Among Ihe first discoveries iu 188H, down n Inches,   lhe following is lhe
wnstheWyaiidolle group, cnmpnBed omi'lal rel urn i
of ihe W vm nli ilie. On. Finn, Vulinre,     DrlllingcnnlBBt for n purse of $51!
Wiiierliio nud  Ri'inihlle,   lu March, and a solid silver 7-lh hnintucr,   Huin-
18115, Ihese clalniswi• re honglil  liy lhe nier l.. rrpresrnl ||„, chllllinliiraliln "f
Wviiiiduiie Milling, .MilliiiKiindS It- "rilM, ColiiinhIn, .lohn Fllnwilllanis
'I'll,. Wvntiilnlle Cnni* '""'' ■ "■ Sinilh, of lhe < rown Point
pany iiuiden mulrui-l lust sptinn willi niine, Russland, »UInches III 15 mill-
Dr. Langhiiiiiiiinr, whn Is a uiiiiiiig eii- "lei,, 1st.        ...    ... ,  .  ,„
Ki r nf experience  iu  North nml     Alec Mul 1 uf lhe Nickel  Phil"
Sinilh Ainerlci I Africa,  reel .-. i "i11"'; !"^.l;l1";'""' ",'' ';l!" .Iillh
cyanide planl wilh his nwn liupmvi" In*" 0 K mine Rnsshind, 20 Inches,
uiiaila ni ihe mine, iis cnpiiclly tu he
Hill tons a iluv. lle hegan wink in May.
nnd Is now pushing it wilh a view iif
beginning    up.'i-ul inns    in    nlioul   n
w.
iiiiiI 0, Frank.
II. Hatliuiiilliai, Summit camp,
M. Wood,
11. Iled   Hose,   Wellinglon  camp, G,
Young.
II. Kitty W., Btown's camp, W. L.
McKay,
14. Ciillmiwooil, (ireeuwooil cainp, Sl., Ing Cilllipilliy,
0. Inksler.     '
11. Rose Uml. Brown's camp, A. Shannon ami J. P. Burr.
II. Inverness, North Fork, M, H. Mc-
Qiiiiri'le.
II, Golden Treasure, Copper camp, D,
Biyi.nt.
II. Mountain View, Cupper camp, (I.
A. Ri'iidell,
14.  I {i.l.l.ii I'earl, Copper rnnip, J.  P.   month."
Dillon. "Dr,  Lnniihiiini	
.f
Jnlin Itiiey, ll iiiilii's iu (Iminute
n,
INTERESTING RELICS.
lin.airs     lhe
cot I of reduction hy this procuss ul ill
cents a ton fnt $8 ore.  uml  estiiunlus
I II. Mnmin.ith, ij interesl,  I. ,1.  I'vnns \ llial it will sine I'min $5 In H7)pei. cut
TRAK8FKR8,
-juoJ
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImXNH
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M
Arrives (ireenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Midway., Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
SPECIAL ATTENTION  (ilVEN  TO  MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   X>.   UORBISOir,   FROPRIBTOR.
I.. E. D. Olmstead and .1. M. Kitz
Patrick.
II. Alexaiiilria, | inleiest, I. J.  Evans
to E. 1). Olinslendiiud J, M. Filz
Pal rick.
II. Original, 1 inleiest, H. Stevenson
to tl. Van Ness,
fl. Ledger. J inleresi. II. Stevenson lu
0. Van Ness,
11. Belle nf Otlawa,   J   inleresi.,   P.
O'Connor lo J, Iteece.
11. Mountain Monarch, J interest, P.
O'Connor to .1. Iteece.
11. Humming Uinl,  I   inleiesl,    P.
O'Connor In J. Recce.
11. War Eagle, J interest, P. O'Connor
Io.I. Recce.
11. O.K., i interesl, P. O'Connor to J.
Recce.
11. Fliiclinn, fractional, J interest, 11.
E. Beach to Frank Alwiuid.
11. Fraction, fractional, J inleresi, H.
E. Beach lo Oscar Atwond,
11. lone, I inleiesl, H.   Gnger,  0,   E.
I lull, ami ,I. II. llovil lol. J. Evans.
lU'lllllg tn  tile ttmolllll
li -c."
A pair nf lurge lliaslodoil lusks weie
l.'cenlly fiiiiinl lu lli" Vukoil vnllev,
'lhe links are nluiiil 12 feel in length,
svnielrlcally rurveil. welghliig uIhuiI
I.MI pounds,    'lhe   I.i IV   is   lliM'iiliueil
with nge iind expiisiini tn iheclenicni*,
lit,vins priilinlily lain fnr reiilurle
.,,,,, ,      .,     , nil,     a'   I iiiiiii.I,    nun   in    it Ml 11    es    I
'Dr.Llll.gl ailiiue   propose, shortly, „      ,,WI,,./||   „,„  r„un,l.   Thes,
imiki.i,   Ihonugh  exi.,,,,,alio,,  oil    ,. |    f      ,,,    .                     f
ie Siniilkameen p'aiers .. llh   ll   View   •    ' , ..i....:,, i    .  ••
of the value,
of base uietnl i
Dr.Liiiigln
In
lhefSi,nilk„n,ee„|.'a,,.,s„„„   „,,,,,   , -        |||(,        ,    , ,-
loltioapplrall.nofu  proc ss .,1  Ins      , ,,   „J       „    K         	
«.«'.. for saving  he lh, u; Kol,l  l.as.,1,,,,    „,„„,,•„,„.„„„,   They »W «ald In hj
icliclleflhi,I I he gol,   isconlutueil   „, .     ,     ,      ^
lhe wiiIci iiiiiI is iitlaclieil to tlle grains
uf sand l.y moisture,"
"On the Siniilkameen slope of Kin*
ger mountain, ono mile ahovo Oro, It.
Allison located the Cohhler group of
live claims several years ago and Bold city lurned nut in force mi Snlimhiy
them In E, .1, M. Utile of Spokane. I evening to welcome Mr. Hewitt Bos-
The ledge is sulphurels of irun, carrv j tuck, the iiieuiber-elect for Vale-l'ari-
ing gold, und is 75 feel wide hctwe. n , ilion, Tho Charmer, with Mr, Bosllicit
the Willis of lime and shale." i nu linanl, roiiitded Sehl's  point about
"The Black Warrior, nisi, ou Kruger 18:80. From the oppusilp side of lhe
mountain, was located seven years ago, hnrliiir rockets shot inlo lhe n ir and
I, has two parallel ledges each live nud i Finn's hand sl ruck up "See lhe ('nnil Imlf feel wide, nne carrying iron and (piecing Hero Conies." Mr. Bosloek
copper pyrites, the other carrying ga- H'lls received Willi lllllll cheers, and
lenii. One ledge is uluinsl Hal, find lhe I several speeches were delivered iu his
hanging wall tippcai's in havo heen cur* honor,
IN HONOR OE BOSTOCK.
Victoria Times; Tho Liberals uf ihe THE ADVANCE.
lirely forgotten, and thus perhaps lie'
lug a happy indication lhat. the day Is
———————————————- not so fnr distant when the work of the
w. ii. Norris I'luu'iiiiTOH good men, whose uiui is ihe unification
Published  weokly  nt  Midway, 11. C.      !"f  fhe Christian Churches,  will   be
Subscription I'nn', Sii.on por milium, payable crowned willi success.
in a Lvauco, oithor yearly or half-yearly at tlm j „ . ^.t.	
"ftnttli&wn't in.applicaUon. N0T ALWAYS mm- SIR!
Though thr ciiliimiH of Tiik Advance aro 	
nlwnni open (or tlio discussion of matters uf' "Men never gossip," he said and smiled
^^a^'eXiiliv'S'!!;^:;^:;,^;:;^;:;;: I« "■"> ■»«»•■«•« »»>«•»•**«.
Correal donee of n personal mil ure will not bo l " ' 'K'ir ,illk «always above Mil* plane
published.
MONDAY, JULY 20, 1890.
A cross in tills spaco Indi*
.   cates llwtyouraiiuserlpltun
ti, (his paper liaaexpired.
A SOURCE OF DANGER,
Hnsli lin*.- ulr ugiiin hiffillK through'
uin tlit*(listiiei tout) iiliu'initiK extent,
lllld (li'spilc  (he Htl'lngi'lll   laws  lhat
hnvo Imm nmuo tu gtuuil itgiiiiitst Ihe
poKsililllly uf Iheir ui'tiirwiit'e during
Ihu Mil.unci- iiMUilhs, llu* t-tr.'i'l  is nni I Wll0n lll° b00k8 "rc R" road< uni1 !l,° noff
.11, . ,,     , l»u> irs loo,
liol livable to any  ilppt'mfthlo  (IPgW
1 of n woman's brain.
•
Thlngsof real Interest, Cuban affairs,
Armenian atrocities, "Hulls" and "Bears."
Intricate questions of war and Unaiico,
"Combines," "monopolies,"Troubles in France
ISdlsQii's latest, the Kosutgen rays,
Kloctrio Intelligence, tho bicycle craze—
Hul ohtt-obnt am! gossip und scandal, Oh no!
Wo cave that for women, it pleases them no.
"And women don't agree," merrily said,
"Orhavo the last word,"and sho tossed her
fair head.
Then sho eyed biin askance—
She had jusl finished reading our notes in the
Advance,
" Hul I cannot help thinking thai just now and
(hin,
In a certain small reading room dear to you
mon,
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, II. 0.
j*
NOTARY PUBLIC,
The Royal Insurance Coy.
Tiik Loxoon and Lantasiiiiie Fire
Insurance Coy.
Tun Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The London and Canadian Fihk
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Like Assuranob Coy of
Canada.
The Dominiof Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B, C.
.. Tbe Hold Drop Boarding House..
Good Accommodation  for Travelers.   First-class Mollis Served
Oood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
Tlie renvoi i fur illis is piilpalde enough,
Hush Mil's art' mil lhe ivmiIi, as a idle,
uf  pti'iiiulihilinli ; vriy   lew   b('ltloi>,
kiiuwlng thp ppiialty, thdilmiuli'ly fur
tlin puipuM' of ridding llieir land of on-
einnhpi'illfl trees nrhnish, slur I fires ill
lids lime of year, however greal lhe
tt'inplitliuii (lllld in nearly every instance (he I ii isl) lire, which is md only
a menace tu picperly nnd even snme
times lo life iisell'liui .1 [rival hindrance
lo prnspecl ing, is atliihntiihle,if traced
to its sniirce. lo culpalile carelessness.
• Wc cnnnol luoeart.esllv impress tip-
on the prospectus themselves the oh-
vioits need for the proper oliservance
of ordinary cow to prevent Ihe spread
of (Ire dining the dry season of the
year. A very lit tit* million or trouble
Lo ascertain Ihal a muip lire is md,
capalde of spreading before moving
ground would materially lend Iulessen
Ihe danger, whicli as the coiuilrv he-
comes more developed Is proportionately the more to he feared,
And the whist has grown dull, and you've
nailing to do.
When the weightier matters have all been
diseueaod,
And your minds noed relaxing- you know, ulr,
lhey must—
Vou light up your pipes and (he talk thai goes
round,
Though no doubt wiso and witty, is not too
profound.
Mltlo ohlt-chat of Boolals, and such like affairs;
Of young ladies' prof-pools- and lovers' despairs,
And you reckon us up In your masculine stylo—
Hul you're nut always right, sir!" she said with
a smile
I. W. HOWELL
BTTTCHEB,
ANACONDA,B.C.
Primcst uf
::;^„f JM, Pork, Melton and
That most  const
pnpcrii, llie New York Mining nnd 1'n
Kini'l'llllg .llllll Illll, IS Ilia Idlest piilillcn-
linn Io sound llie praises nf Brilisli
Colllinl.lll nsii lielil worllij' llle nllen-
tlon of lliuse win. nre desirous of nitik-
lii|r good stifc invcslnienls in  mining
SAUSAGES.
IS'Dollvory wagon In nil towne und ciiiiips in
tin. ncig limiiiiioil.
property.  The Joiirn.il'Mirt ielc is '."I I n,.„_
n lung one, nnd yet wc dare lo say ils  TTD t? T /"* UTF D C I
elfecl, will lie far rcilcllilig, and il  will   T K.E. 1 -J 11 1 HKO!
cupt nre the atlenl ion of a class of men 	
in llle mining world nol easiiv reached I .
by orilinary newspapers.   By lhe tunc! ' Urchitse   gOtitl   billed   hay   Jit
of the Journal's cililiiriiil, it is easily in I n      • ,-■ ,. ,
i.ediscerr.,1 iis knowledge of Briiisi, Penticton.   Finest quality ancl
Colllinl.lll is of n stiperlicial eharacler
which is greatly in lie deplored, as sni'n
is it to say, if the .Inni'liiil or rather the
writer therein, were personally ac
i|.tainled will) llle cnornii,ns and sale
lii'l.l for invcslincnt Brillsh Columbia
presenls to the oulside wnrld, col.nuns
would only sin lice wherein lo speak
tlie truth touching Ihc vast Held for
investment, and gnnd safe Investment,
British Ooliiiiil.iapiesenls at the pres
cut lime.
 4 . 4	
VfiKNON NOTJSS.
Bpocltvl Comnipoutleiicc.
Tne Council have decreed lhat Bill
Heron lie grinned a badge, Why don't
they go lhe whole hog, mul 111 him out
in thi' oi Ihoilo*; suit of l.lnc, silier lull-
tons, helmet, etc.!*',
.Mr. Bosloek paid Vernon a flying visit, on Friday last, and was given
a most hearl y recepilnn. A good representative body of' Vernoniles met
hint at llie still lull cheering him In the
echo, He treated Ihc hoys in..sl royally, and Minimi's cxira dry was I he beverage during his snjnnrii, Mr. linstock
was described prior tu his election, as
cliis.-lisied, llnil hi* should have appeared so is only to ne explained upun
the grounds nf i In- high sense of honor,
Hint would make any act Ihul might
be consl rued as an attempt, in bribe
disluslel'iil  lo lhe   i Iier-elect   for
Yule-Cariboo.
There is Irouhle mining our Cily
Kill hers i,ver llle lire hell, A couple iif
weeks hack in. ediel wns issued liy ihal
august hndy, comiiiaiidhigllial ihel.ell
lie rung al ciiiiii h liiuc on Sundays,
illuming and evening, Ihis order lias
sit been withdrawn—lhe hell shall
111111-1111,'. The cause of lids seeming
absence of miaiiliuily in tin* Council
Ch.tmlici is iinduiiiiicilly due In the
nelly jealousy which, lo' use lhe foirl-
lile language iifm-rlpliiro, "Makeththe
lhe cause of religion to stink in lhe
nostrils of the people." The Anglican
church halh..i hell, lite iiiiiii iiiiifiirinlsls
have nol. and have come to ihe ...n.-lu-
min thai llie Anglicans nre gaiinglhciii
one helter, lience Ihcsloiui iu lhe teacup.
The l.ncinsse team lire steadily practising I'm-it grand unilih tu ne played
(luring lite fall fair, The Agiini.tiiiai
Sticlelyh velixcd upnu lhe I llli and
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, U. C.
Estimates furnished upon ap-
Suclelyl) ve llseil iiiiiiii the lllh audi,.,.;,..,,;,,,-, (,,..,]] |.;„,|,. „f ,„,„.|.
I6lh Ocl. for ne llieir iinnuiil lair;  l,llUtl0n lnr al1 klncis o(  worl^
fnnn piesenl iudiealioiis it promises In        .. .  .      ■ . ,      .
eclipse all previous  s.   Mr,   A.   |,        OHCK,   I.illll! and other Ilia-
;;';;w';,ii.;Van!ns^;;:^:!H;i:r;!!;i;M<;riai kept constantly on hand.
nor iroulili iu unsure micciss.   lie Is
reasonable price.   To be had
at  Mr.  A.   H. Wade's store.
D. McDIIFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Work Exooutod to the Satis*
f.u.iiiiii of Customers.
| OB PRINTING OF EVERY   ll
Cl      KIND AT THE ADVANCIJ
FllEVliwlOffl
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
b
II.  KBYES,  Prop,
Good Accnmniotlatlon,
Besl Llljuors and C[gnr9,
Kirst -class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
OKANAGAN
, L_i
KELOWNA, B. C,
■ •*• M>**BMMMr*niB^HH ;"-i"- n
Voj rail no" puivlin.ie erdar pain i dunrs, beaullfullj made >ind finished ; ivindotf Hnah,
tntlis, Hhtngli innd all other kinds nf house furnlBlilnun, nl llu Okanngiui Kivwmill, Rough nnd
dreHied lumber eoiwtantlj on hand. Orders from l\cttli Illver dlsli'lct sollettod and priow
funiUhod upon npplical Inn lo
N. li. Snub und Doon il I I'rletw, nlthfitlKliI Advmia i vor oortt of freight,
B.  r.HQ'CrinoIEI, PBOP.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
—LUMBER-^-
S. A. MUIB k CO.
(SuooossorH to It. \. Tuyior)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Ivci'i) ii b'lrdt-Olnss stunk nf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and CapaM Attention
 GIVEN TO—
MAIL ORDERS.
The trade centre of the Grand fe
Prairie, Kettle river and §fe
Sp Boundary creek mining and IM
Sp agricultural country.
_m
POSTOKKIOE BOX 111.
KNIGHT & CO.
Camp Fairview. B. C.
A. D. WORGAN.
Portpaiti Landscape Pliotogr.iplier
VEIINON, ll.O.
VIEWS  OF   THE  DISTRICT   FOR   SAlE.
aiming nt a ini'inlii'i'sbliioFiiOO, and a
)n> has gol nun a I linn Imlf nl' | hul niiin-
li'l'iilri'iidy, Ilia I'l'iilmliililii's aia Hint,
lie will siicci'cd, Tin- lllllll'll also hit
organizing and inlenil In niilkc the 'Illl
fair n llilng of beamy; ii  is rninoml
Ilinl llieir di'iiarl nl of llle show will
he a revelation. WI the ladles make
tt|i their minds, well, yon know  uhal
h:l|i|l|.|ts!
A slrawlicrry iiiiiI ii-a rii'iiiu fesllvtd
was lielii nn 'linirsil iv evening al .Mrs.
MelloiigaH's resldeiire, in niil of lhe
ranait Ontliiillf organ ftind, The
hiiiHi'iind grounds... re lnslefnllv de* I Hid Hon, tlio OlilotCi Imlonor of Lniii'ls'iinil
(•iiiiitcrtiindlllnniinated for lhe iii'cii-PV?rk,?,2!;,!,?r"W?"Kl 0'»-olmsuolghtyacres
, .,      „ , otlonil. iiltiliilo hi tlio Osoyoos Division of Yulo
sinn. and Hie nffiiir belli Ihuinrlii lynnd Dlslrlrt,In tho I'rovlnco ol Brillsh Co ibis,
soelnlly was ti huge success,   All sorts  vi?.:
and I'lmdilions of men  ihronged  Ihcl   epiiiinonclng-illlio sonth-wost opinorof lho
,m,ini,lu*   \i„ii„„i;„i„     |, i„i„,.:„„t.   norlti-wosl quarter of Sscllon Nlnotorn, Tnwti*
I- ,1I,S!  *n.'l "ilisls,    I ivslij Irnuns. is|||]|  8Ixtr-elBht,   nii'.iliw  ll.™.'..   .n-a 21)
AngbcHiis, nud In.'  lH'iunnlers ol   Hie olmlus,II osoutli in .'IiiiIih. ilninuo mat in
feast tnlngllng nml conversing tngellinr clinlns. llionco north 20 olinlns, thonoo west ai
in Hie most friendly fashion,   Di'iitin|.|cll"lrs!oll'0,")l '""to'bImoMVNN
iillliulIilldiift'l't'lliTS wcic pin lem, en*     Jli.li.a;, n.C, July Otli. IW,'' '   '    ''l8
NOTICE.
NOTICE is horoby frivoii Hint, sixty dnyi
iifO'i- .int.- horoof, 1 Intond In npply n
Vernon, B. C.
Botehers ana pppk Packers
Hamilton & IMillvpay,
Ppflppietors	
"West Mini (if \ /
Barnu.ru Av.*.....',   VERNON,B.C.
White : Help: Oitly.
First-Class in Evory Rospoot.
Evory Comfort mul Convoniotico,
Free Hus ti. uinl from Ail Tl'iiins.
A Cull Solloltod.
Stable  :   in : Ccrr)iiection
m
p| Situated at the junction of jp§j|
^ the Boundary creek, Marcus S
K and Reservation wagon roads. K
B Nearest point to the Colville S
_0 reservation mines. ijm
Wht —  Wh*
PI LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD if
1    J—E=.    i
m
m
mi
For prices and all olht'i'iiifoi'lil.ltloti apply lo
gS C. E. STUART - - ■ AGENT M
CARSON, GUAM) PliAIIIIK, Ii. C.
EaA-EH'S   ETCwEaEJ   IS O Eil? EJ ]£■.
LUMBY, B. C,
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Gnnd Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs,
Ej-ovlx-s Efflo*s?aia.dL, Prop.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B, 0
rraww vrnrwxrtia cr mm .w. rMHMM
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
ItOllgll    I,llllll.Cl
From $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $18
Per Thoiismid.
Send Your Order to J****i~-
Leprae k Lloyd-Jones
Fop Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, 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 k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
FURNITURE!
^**i.iii ilffi ft) Jffirtiu^i—
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOASS JUST ARRIVED
--^UPHOLSTERING^---
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of Improvements.
MOTICE.
Tim Ono Iikniiiio MlNtaAl Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE Ilinl I. W, A. Corbett. freo
miner's riTtlltrate Nn. Sim, Intend, sixty
.I...VS 'llllll till' llllll- llHTIlf, 111 ll|l|)|y 1(1 till! (illlll
CoiiimliMloniir lm- acorlilicato ol IniprovomonlU
for tin. nurpow nl obtaining n rrown grant to
tlliullmrei'lniln,
Ami IinlIktlako notice.thnt ndrorsoclaims
milil lir uont! to ihu linlil CofntillBnlonor nnil
rtetloft i'iniitiii.|i,.(.|i boforo tlm IsBuancoof said
curl lflciite nf iniJ'nivL.niiints,
UliU'il this l.aliliiy iif Jul,-. 1896. 17
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvement-,,
WOTICE.
Tin: l.tavi.Virrnx Jllxi-ai.u, CI.aim.
Situate In Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Vale District,
TAKE NOTICE llml I, John A. ('nryell, as
nffont for J. Tnvlor. froo nilnor'nuertifioato
N.i. et n. niilii!™. \v, Ilumlioiwor, froo minor's
mi lin nl.  Nn. 1)2181, inlriiil. ahlv i|„vh frum
llio (Into Iter ', to apply to tlio Mining Kenrdar
foi'iicprllllcaloof liiiproroiniintu, for tl... pur-
poso of obtaining a Oroun granl tu llio nliovo
claim.
.lint furtlior lako nolieo Hun action, under
secllon 37, must bo commence*) lii-fure lbe Is*
Rlltlni'O ul sllclt COM lll.lllc ul iiiiiii ... nui-lili,
llllli-illlliafllllllliyiif Miiy.ISIII. 13
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato   of   Improvements.
WOTICE.
Tins (Iiii.iies lion Mmeiui Ciaim.
Situate in Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE llial t, John A, Coryell,o«
ni,''nl for .1.10. Boss, frro minor's ccrtltl-
ran.. Nn. 02211, Intend, sixty iliij-s from tbe ilsto
horoof to apply in tho Mining roooraorfora
I'l'i'liliriili. uf liii|>|.|,ri'lili,lils, fur tliepurngsoof
obtaining a Crown granl of the abovo claim,
Ami furtlior lako notico Hint imllnu. unilcr
sci'liiiii 37.liillst Ina comuionood befure tlio Is*
muiiiiT uf Biioh ci'i-i Itiraic uf Improvements,
Dated tills 27th ilny uf Mny. imi.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Ccrtilicnte   of   liniirovcniciits.
WOTICE.
Tiik Non Svai Mi.nkuai Ouitt,
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettlo Biver Mining
Division of Ynle District.
TAKK NOTICE tlinl I,W, T. Smith, froo
minors crrlillnitu Nu, 7ll'.'lll, ns ngOIlt fur
llio llopiibllo Mining I'd.. Intoiiil. sixty ,lnys
from tlm ililic liiToiif, In ini|ily In Ilm Milling
llocorder inm corllllaito of ImproreinonU, for
tho purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of tho
above i'lniiii.
Ami furtlior lake nolieo that action, under
8001 ion 37, must lm commenced before the is-
snniice of suet, cortillcato uf linprovoments.
Hilled Ibis 27th liny uf Mny. IStNJ, ,3.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTION.
Tiik L/.bt Cn.'.NCK Mineiui Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK Uml I, \v, T. Smith, freo
minors certlficutq Nu. "O'-'iil, »s ngont for
tho Uppnollo Mining Co., Intond, sixty ilim*.
tram tbo onto horoof; to anply to the .Minlnjc
ttocortior lor a cortiflcato ol improvomeiitK, tor
thopurpnflcofobtftinluga Crown umntof tlm
abovo (tlnlm.
And further lako notice tlmt aol ion, nntlor
sccllon 37, must bo commonood boforo the is*
kuiukt nf surd corl iflcalfl of improvement*-!.
Datod lliis:'7ili day »f May, laNl 13
1j___.ZZImX_
Showing tlio Dntoi ami Places of CoutIn
f>r.\ssizi*,Nisl t'rltiN,-Oyer and Terminer and Gonoral Gaol Delivery for tho
year 1890-
l*\H,L A88IZK8,
f'linlfiii Thursday '21th September
Itlchfield Monday, 28th September
Kamloopa Monday, 5th Ootobor
Union Friday, nth Ootobor
Vornon Monday, 12th Oclobor
NowWoatmislor... ...Tuesday,Jtit) November
Vaiiiiiuver Monday, fltli Novombor
Vlotorln Tuesday, 171 li November
Nttnalmo Tnosday, 21th November
NOTICE.
NOTICK Ib hereby glvon tlml I, ('has. I)« H.
Green, as agonl for A. Wood, Intend (X)
days from dato iiinMng application to tho Chief'
Comiiiiraionorof Lands ami Works fnr pcrmln-
siim lo nurohaao a corlalnportion of luml situate
In tho Osoyoos division of Yalo dislrlrl In lho
provinco of Hriilsh Columbia. Viz: the unoo*
oupiod fmotion of land lying wostaudodjoiniug
Iho Government rcsorvo on Pass creek. North
Fork of Kottlo river, and containing Hill ncres
moro nr loss. C. D'U.GItKKN.
Sidley, H.C.,.Inly IH. 1MB.
-*j*Mg— m—     MBMIM——
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
NOTICE.
KIOTIcr.islicrob* nlvonl bill.'Ulilnys from (into
>r*ri     i        i i ri   i     i  n      1 in .it I intond applying lo tlio AtulBlnnt Comnits.
Wholesale ananetail Dealers in and Qrowers oi BionnrofinudBauiivyordsforaiioonootopr-oii.
 .   _.  . iioot fur nml ii|..m the followinglandaivis,
PUiHTPIh     MTTDCICDV    CTnf7 »tai'llngnlni.|nlioiiot about the centre of the
■L/OUl-wJC     IN U KoJCrvI      Jj 1 ULK, out boundary lino of Olojohniionii pre-emption
I olnlm on Moyors crook, and running south on,
mile, tlio, oust uno mile, thonoo one milu
I norlh, thonoo ono mllo ivcul 1,1 poinl of com-
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery' l'mm' ,l!l,,,l"""J'l911"1," l,"'i"t! *i""ll°l1'"
r ° J    tjaiivi.'isilniaiiiii iiMiileillslrlel.
All Stock Grown Without Irrig-ation.
SPOKANE   FALLS,
I'. (). Ilox C8S, Washiiigloii
I   .M'lil.viiy, ll.i'„ July III, law. (',,!. LUNDY,
25 bars soap fi.oo
1 pound coffee {10.25
1 pound tea dust ! 10,15
Dry salt bacon per pound      $0.13
Send us your mail orders and you will
Save Money.    '
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
CABSON
NOTICE.
NOTICK In horoby glvon ttiul thirty days
after dato I Intend milking application to
tho Chiof Commissioner nf Lands nml Works
for permission to cnl nnd carry away timber
from tlie follow ing doMiibotl tnnde, situate In
(hu Osoyoos division of Ynle dislri 't:
Commoneiug nt a post nboul half 11 mllo
norlli of (he Hclionover cabin nnd about 'In
chains on the east side of Boundary creek,
thence runnlnK north '-ilo chains, following lho
course of Boundary ereek. thence went in
chains, thonco south '-Mil chains, ihcueo cast to
chains to tho point of commencement, contain-
ing MQ ocros more or Ions.
JOHN SUUIVAN,
Dated ilils ifith day of July, 1800. I?.
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896
NOTICK in hereby glvon that WI days af lor
date I intend In amity to the Chief Com*
mlBfllonor of Lands and Works for normlaslon
to purohoflti the fni'iiwing dosorlDod laud,
sltuatod in tliOBOUthoril portion of lhe Osoyoos
(livhion of Vale dish-let, In the Province of
British Columbia, and more particularly de-
scrilii'il as follows! Alt the unoccupied portion
of tlie west Iwlf of section H, lownshlnlifl, and
nllilii' unoccupied porlion of the east half of
section 7 township 09, containing BIO aorosjnoro
orloBS. W. T.THOMPHON.
Midway, B.C., June lo", tm, ll LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
On Wednesday week, C, I. Kelsey of
Conconully, Wash, wis married lo
Mrs,  CliltiinlHgs of CuuipMeKiliUey.
Negoi ini ions tii-p now pending for a
smelter to lie Iniill on Boundary ereek,
The srlielne is quite apart from Mr.
Weir's proposilil.il of the Mime luilure,
Tiie mips, except in the few Instances
Where Irrigation is employed, ure even
inure liadly l.iirni oul ui Brand Prairie
lllllll they are on this side of the mountains,
Mr, Wiseman of Grand Forks, has
rented his hotel to Messrs. Minims and
Keller. The change in the manage-
Inent uf the hotel will conic inlo force
on the 1st of nexl. iiu.iiih,
The flour from the Okanagan Mill at
Armstrong, lately Introduced into ihe
Counlry, is giving very gen.Talsutisl'uc-
tinn.   It compares  more t hull  favor-
aiily with the importations from
Spokane.
Registered ut lhe Palace hotel, Anaconda, lhe post few days are such mining men as il.e fullowlngi (I. T. Oraue
und Chris, Tlieis. Spokane i A, J. W.
lliailaiii.au und F, li, Pi-iubci'tnii, Victoria, F. A. Melt.ie anil fjhrls, Zi-iglcr,
Seattle,
Proper advertising and a iviinl of
push and energy on lirlitilf nf our own
merchants up noi'tll Is rcKpniisilile for
large nuaulllies of fundi lire nnil other
goods lieing hroiighl In froui Spokane,
whieh might jusl as well l.e su .plied
tn customers hy houses on this sloe of
the line.
In our last, week's issue, In the Grand
Forks correspondence, it. was slated
that .1. J. Ourraher hud heeu charged
hefore P. T. McOiillnuii.!, P,, for misappropriation ot flllllls, It Ul.Illll seem
that our correspondent uuide a mistake
in stilling lllis, and yet as ive have mil
the parly's correct name we are unable
to remedy the mistake.
J. A. Coryell, 0, I*. is surveying an
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■DEALER IN'
GENERAL - MERCHANDISE
ANACONDA
MIDWAY
i Mia Monuglmii pussed through Midway on Thursday on bis way in Cuuip,
Mi-Kiniiey.
A party of twelve people went out ou I
Friday to spend ti few dnysal Mr. Sadler's ranch, on Ihu hanks of Christina
j lake, eii pi till dslllng is In lie hud io llie |
lieighhoriinod.
i Mr. Buckley, recenlly in Inisiuess In
Russland, Isahnnl in erecl a Hue hulld-
ini; in Greenwood Cily, and will slnrl
a harness and Biiddlcry and 1 laud
1 shoe store there,
The secret ury nf lhe Midway puhlic
school Board nf Trustees hns received.
already nn less Ihan twenty-four appll-1
rations from teachers desiring ihe appoint mcni here.
i Mr. VV. 8. Edwards, wife and son,
have heen spending a week or two iu
j lliis   neighborhood.     Mr.   Edwards
j heing ii mining uiiin, wus gienily Liken
I hy lhe huge showing of mineral ill
Bonn'of ihe camps visited hy him.
Tin*   ilicit inter   ranged   pretty
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦ ♦
♦
♦
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visilnrs In llle Boundary Creek Mining Ciitnps, .Stop at the Anaconda
Good Table -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
Mack & T'joII, Proprietors
*
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§
...high ni F.-iirview nnil Southern
addition to'the town of ('mud Forks,! Okiinitgnn points dining lhe pasl two
on lhe left hunk of Kellle river. Upon ' weeks, an.l iniiny would lie Hilling In
the completion of this work, lie is in declare thai il.e temperature ranged
plot out Mr. Brown's pre-emption on | front 00 to 180 degrees in lhe shade,
the north Fork Into town properly. Ifj The set tiers hetween lhe mouth of
this sort of ihinggoes on much longer Rock creek and Sidley's need a roud
It will Ilea dillicull mailer to move very urgently. Governmental appro*
ahout, particularly after dark, without  prlatioiis were promised Inst year in lie
knocking one's shins against  ihe tin-idi led for this purpose, Imt' unfurln-
prepussessing little posts that roininnti-1 nately the promise proved nf the piety demark Ihe boundaries of lhe usual crust older. The sel tiers now tilfer In
sized town lot, build the  roud   th selves  providing
Fresh Bread,
Cakes and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
A WIDMER, Prop.
YOU CAN GET A
Mr, T. 0, Hruinard, of Ihe Hamilton
Powder company nnd president of the
Brilisli Coliiiuhla Promoting und Pros-
peeling company, u ho hns properties
under limit! ill Greenwood camp, paid
u visit to the district u few days ago
anil then passed on north. In eoin-
pimy willi Mr. Ilrninnul was Mr. 11. ,1.
Scott of Victoria. Mr. liraiiianl, til-
i hough reticent no mailers perlnining
lo the compuny over which he presides, yel expressed himself highly
pleased wilh lhe general oiillnok, and
predicted great things fur Boundary
creek in the very near future,
Mr. J. C. Huus returned un Wednesday from a trip io Spokane and Ilnssland. He report-* liusiness brisk al
Trail, lllld the to »'ll of Russland per-
rrpiilily growing iii size and Importance, Mr. Haas hroiighl ivilh hi...
(he Inisiuess curd of lhe reilllirkiilile
individual whn edits lhe New Denver
paper, il reads as follows: "The Ledge
costs 'it) cents a year, and Its publication is never stopped by the sheriff,
snowslides. or hard limes. It entiles
oul just Ihe same, and lhe editor never
missed a meal since the Slocan was
discovered. Pilgrims and teuderfeet
will liecome like Soloiiiiiii if lhey read
il regularly. Ii. T. Lowery, editor and
financier,"
lhe government ivill give Ihem it crossing over Rock creek. Surely this modest, request, might he grinned wil limit
dangerously Imperilling the provincial
credit. The road thus needed would
open a way In lhe markets of the Okanagan uiui Camp McKinney,
MINING   NOTES.
The weal her for the Inst, few weeks
has been undeniably, not to say un-
cuniforlably, close. But lhe Lord, il is
said, tempers the wind to the shorn
lamb, nod llie warm weather lias not
been without its compensations, For
Instance we aw reliably infiirined liy a
lady, whose authenticity is, of curse,
beyond tlie shadow of question, tliat.
ever since the mercury has been playfully meandering belween lli) and loo in
the shade, she hits ultoget her dispensed
wilh lhe use of her stove for culinary
purposes, nud irreverently ulilises lhe
suine rays to perform thelllllllhle functions appertaining to il.e kitchen
ranges froui lhe heating of dish-water
to tiie roustiiic* of llie family joint,
An interesl iug discovery was made a
few days ago liy men digging a cellar
under llle Boundary Hotel ut Midway.
At a depl h of some six feel
men, R. M. Mcintosh, noticed that lh
shovelful of dirt he was at, lhe time
lifting felt exeepl i..nuliy heavy, and
upon Investigating the cause, found
among llu. din, a ntiggel nf gold, afterwards eoiupiileil lo l.e worth 21) cents.
Promising looking II.nil was ulso unearthed, The find opens up a held of
boundless   pns.ibililies,   nml   should
Large bodies of copper ore are being
found under iron capping in Lung Lake
camp,
Mr. Bielenburg bus jusl completed
the assessment work on lhe Kootenay,
n cluim lying lo llle east of the (ileal,
Hopesliear Boundary cieek. The de-
veliipmetll has shown up a gnnd body
of sulphide ure.
A rich sl rike has been made on Il.e
Piiihlluder, a claim on Cedar creek,
nbout three miles from the Volcanic,
Prospectors are Hocking iu from Rosslaud and othel places to lhat part of
lhe country.
The reason, it is slated, why work is
not now lieing dune on lhe Mother
Lode is due lo a difficulty llial bus
arisen In regard to Mr. Ritchie's for*
iiier.nvnerslnp. As soon as Ibis matter
is settled, ii force of men will be put on
nil limit further luss of time.
Mr. E, McMynn located a claim last
week about six miles frum llie lit.mill
of Rock creek. Tlle rock he brought
iu to he assayed looked anything bul
promising, imt surprisingly enough
valued $21 m gold und stiver. Such returns frum lucre surface croppings are
exceptional.
An expert is expected sunn to visit
Ftilrview for Ihe purpose of looking
over I lie SI rut hyre company's proper! y.
The claims belonging lo tills company
have been expected considerably in
lhe past und a liltle inure work and
a little less expelling is what people
would like to see In Camp Fairview.
It seems llml Ruck creek is yet to he
a gond milling camp. Cliiiins located
within the pusl few weeks nre turning
oul well, On one staked by Mr. Yon-
kin a shnfl luis been sunk ten feel deep,
.and I lle ore which Is in the form of
'!i 11,   ! cupper oxides and copper glance, assays
"  high and much resembles ..re from the
War Engle mine at Rossland.
Good nre is showing up on the Canadian claim, owned l.y Mr. .1. Sutherland, in Skylark eamp, recent development wurk having penetrated Ihe
heavy iron capping, thereby exposing
n splendid sulphide ore, carrying gold
work wonders in the matter uf st
lots for the Midway  townsite people.
A iiiiiii has only to buy a lot, and dig
,n„ und a lurge percentage of coppet
tCanadian lies near lhe Alice, und like
Th.
lhat claim will nn doubt contain high
lot,   Even to those to  whom  manual ' 1mAe ,"'1' "s (l(T'h is ll1 t"il"'d'
labor Is distasteful on general principles    The development being curried on
who would regard It, however, as Infra |pn  the Hiilegoniiin claim mi Kruger
'dig.'with nuggets as lhe prize!1
A consignment of raspberries from
Mr. Peiilliam's ranch ul Kelowna nr-
i'tVed, after heing Ihree days eu route,
in Midway liy Wednesday's stage, iu
very fair condition. This I hns set lies
beyond question, lhat providing rare is
taken in tlie packing, and arrangement
made in Insure no unnecessary delay
in transportation, llu. heretofore debatable point whether small fruits
would or would not siuiid shipment
fl out the ranches of Mission valley so
far south as boundary creek. If the
Kelowna growers wuuld combine lo
Good  Meal
for35cat
Ann.-oiiil.-i, Ii, C.
ATTENTION
l hftVO a Splendid Assortment of
Drawing Boom, Dining room,
. .   . Library, Kitchen.
And Several Sets of
Bedroom Furniture
For Hide al reasonable prices and on cany
terms of payment to approved purchasorn, at
my residence, Midway, un Inspection of which
js solicited by
M. W.   PALMERSTON.
———— i ji m_mkvtfituaatmmmmwmM
l/ERR BROS.
1V -—BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meiil doltvered nt ltjok Creek nnd all llie
Mining Cum iih.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
half WAY
J)X-
KETTLE RIVER
VjiETWKKN.^
Marcus and Eoundiiry Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best tads Liquors and Cigars
George Kdminis - - Proprietor
AT THE—	
ANACONDA . .
SAWMIL   . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shinglos, Mouldings, Etc.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
'ROI'
Though '.. nut fail In take n il villlliwc ut
tills ratlior limited opportunity, mul
lime your I'luilo lake, while ynu liavo
Hint opportunity nf obtaining a true uml
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
Morru ok hook cheek.
31.   Flttendrigh,   rag-*-.
Fihst-Cubs Accommodation fob Qiu-dts.
GOOD STABLING
® ® Perfect Likeness
Anil n ncully finished picture J. II.
Stunner ic u proficient workman in Ids
productions of art, ami guarantees pur
feet satisfaction.  Cabinets only ?.i.ihi,
California Gallery, Midway, I
,T# Kxci'llenl Fishing im Kettle Iti ver.,ty
H. WRIGHT
Hitpplv Ibis llislricl,  with iirntluru of,
thin kind—and iu llieir own neighbor- tlie heavy weigh! Iron capping which
liniiii lhey have practically no market i carries ivliul is known to lie ilgood
—they con lil, for tlle nrxi year Or two body nl'sulphide ore on lhe Lake. Mosl,
nt leust, do a very lucrative trade. | rwcnl repnrl
oioiiiiliiiii is proving ol a very sal ist'ue-
tory clittracler, iih each foul its the
slutfi is sunk on lhe ledge sluuvs the
ore to I farlchercliiiriictei'lhanihal
found on Ihe surface, and as well the
ore body which Is helweeti two clean-
cut walls, is lierun.iiig inm sctonslve
as depth It, nl tallied, Tlie ownei'of lb"
propeity, Mr. 1.. W, Shulford, is
awaiting aamip returns iiefnre entering
inlo negotiations for tiie transfer of
llie properly,
Mr. \V, 11. (! irlietl, like his namesake, is hammering away on IheTjiiku
claim in lS'l,>link iuu| delivering|„     , ,    «   ,,       , n        „ „
kn„,-k oir ti,e sing,, of operations Heparag Neatly and PromptlyDone
est
ihr
Anasonda, B. C.
i would lend to show lluit
I   Onion by stago strictly iiilciulisl In. Addroin
Verhum sup. sat.
Wednesday's slage from Penticton,
Hchedui.'d to arrive here hetween 12
uinl 1 p.m., did not turn up, owing lo a
break down near Hock creek, until
nearly 10 o'clock at night. The unfortunate driver was at his nils' end, in
stead nf at his journey's, trying to obtain another vehicle for the conveyance
of Her Majesty's mails tn llieir rightful
destinatinn. With this praiseworthy
intention he, with his train like II..rutins of old with their harness un llieir
backs, plunged in the roaring tide of
the Kettle river, and swum across to
negotiate for the hire of a rig froui a
trimsfliiinen rancher, but wilh nnu-suc-
cesB. Jehu then with Hugging fool-
steps tramped wearily to Midway,
where afler much difficulty he ul length
seemed the necessary go-cart, and returning to the scene of his mishap
transferred the precious Mali-sacks.
All this did not. befall without much
cursing and gnashing of leelh,
Mr. ('orlielt is succeeding beailtltti
wilh his lusk, us a nice showing of
sulphide is now apparent In lhe ore at
lhe bo Hi, in of the shnfl, which will no
doubt turn lo a solid sulphide us soon
as a few more feet in depth is ul-
tained.
Aliin-ioiilil Mercantile- Cos Stow
J. W. REED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted,    o,3*2ni
n
Thcsllllnif iif Iiiii County Court advertised
M> bo holden at Midway on tliu l.illi inst., is
poslponod imlil llie 3rd day of August, 1800, »l
tho suine lime mid place.  Hy command,
tt A. II. I.AMlll.Y. II. C, ('.
Osoyoos, 7th July, 1800.
N
NOTICE.
0TICE Is horoby glvon Unit the
NOTICE l» h'roby given Unit thirty days
nfli'i*dute I inieiiii in iiiako appjlonlioti
A CARD.
I hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers of Greenwood Cily
lots, that I am, and have been
for some time past, prepared to
give a deed lo such lots that is
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloops,
I desire to make known this
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
.   iliitt heretofore existing botwoon ,inn.
lingers of Grand Forks and Midway, H. I
ia rl ner-
I k
lllis
boon dissolved, Accounts nuisinniling against
ntnl in fiivnr of the linn will lie settled inn! cot*
looted by I'. A. .limes.     .IllNI'S(f IKKIKliK,
UriMill I'nl'ks, ll.C. .Inly in. IS",!.
to the oelef coinmlsslonor ot lands iin.1 wnrk:
I tor a llcenso lo cut mu! oarry away timber
j fiuiii tla: following doserlbod binds:
Communing ul n poll nlinut I| miles ensl   J,, ,U„ .,KnU(, tnwnsltp
and about 1 mllo norlli of tho north cast oornor ".' UIL ai-iove tuvtiisiie
: nf MeClirri'n's ]iri,-oniiitl.>ii am! i-iuuiing enst tin
. elinins, thollOO smith illtl ohntns, llicliru west III
| chains, limine norlli id) chains tn point nf pom-
nioiioomoiit. A. PIHIIKn.   ',, .,,.,     ,. ,,   ,,     ,„ ,„„,
,   Iiateil lliis Mill day i.f .lime. 1806, 13    (...'I'liwood ( It}', H. I',, Muv IS, lBHI,
R. WOOD.
C
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TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
(lurrying Dry Goods, Groceries, limils uud Shoes, Ready
Made ('Inlhlng. Miners' Supplies, flout' llaeon, bind,
Elc, On   liniiii AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department has been added, where everything iu llnil
line will be found.   REPAIRING  SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
JUST
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
Tobacco, Canned  Fruits,  Evaporated   Fruits, Jains, Jellies, Canned
Vegetables,   Ete,   Picks,  Shovels,   llainniers,  Saws,   Nails,
Anvils, Ilelluws, .lessop Steel,   lite. Fresh   Eggs
und Hotter, llu ins nnd Baron al close prices,
RENDELL & CO.
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls.
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BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   J*.   WHITE
X-XlOX'XtltZ. TOE.
Centrally Located Slopping Place for Three Dilferem Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
•   •   Soflij Stabling,
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is I licCcntrnlTiiwn.'and Supply Point of the Boundary     P?l
Cieek Mining Camps.   From this New Town mails
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment,
For Price of Lots and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
(irecnw 1 City, llnundary Creek. II. ('.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F, Costkrton, Vernon, B, C,
A. K. Stuart, Vancouve
11 C.
IZMM
W. B. PATON
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'..FURNITURE.. |
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GreenTvood   G±"ty.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, II C.   -   -   -
PADMORE & PEERS
PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
GEO.   FL-   SPXtOXTIiXZ,
BLACKSffllTH   AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIFW, B. C. IVH -WTW,-*VW^
THE
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gkkenwooi) City, Boundary Creek, B. C.
Wm have jusl opened lho ivhnvo hotel at. Greenwood Cily. and arc prepared
tu welcome tfiii'sls mid provide goad iieconnuodntion, Good Catering, First
class Livery Stable.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
FLOUR-f    4JFLOUR
a
Wc have commenced the manufacture of Flour ancl are in
the Inisiuess to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the districl. Our flour h.is lieen pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia,
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B  C.
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.
Armstrong & Lawder
The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda, B. G.   -
"We Sell*-»w-
MtiClearystea ranges, wood cook bIovob, conl cook af ores/parlor Rtates, box stovea
miners' cump stoves, or nny stove you want, silverware, granltewAre, crockerywaro
glassware, wooileinvnro, tinware uf all kinds, tolfot sets, hardware of all kinds
cutlery, forks nnd spoons, Daisy uhurns, Neff Williams flawing machines- wringers
washing inacliinos, window shades,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
r,. o. shuk'son, prop. New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
,*U*   11   ,' *-*
F.Hiivii'iw, a o.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Tlml ..ore awarded tlio gold modal Al lbe Chicago World',. Inlr In Ism,
GOOD STABLING Furnace Work,   Steam   and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines,
SMILE) AND TEARS, | henrls mulcr ordinal y conditions Iienl
I silently, su ibiltUiny cnn not In* heard
Thoy said to hor, "Why nro yoiif songs S3 8*(!r  itiilcsa nne's imp [s  pul   r!n-i>  'o  ih
Such hi ll 'ii pain nn l p-iMios i.i thorn li".
Such inouriiftil thoughts in ssmbro langungo
olotl,
They bring tho tears unbidden to tho eye;
If you would only ivrito in Btrains moro glad,
The world would laugh nud s.» forgot lo sigh,
" Life has its pain", but hns ils ploasiiro too.
A olioory smlltj is hotter than n Lear;
Somo lio iris aro falao, wo know, but some ure
truu,
chest, tin1 wonder and oddltv nfn hem I
whose pulsations can netimlly lie hoard
fourymrls iiwny, or fully amiss lhe
ordiiuiry elty house, is manifest,
The ;;irl who has this unique hpnH,ii
flfteeii*yenr-oid English maiden, of
nigged heullh, strength and vigor, is
so well llml lhe only Inconvenience
thai she. feels from bernhnonnal heart
net hm is thul she gets quickly out of
hreath.   Herhearl is nol enlarged nor
t&ffi   THE  FUTURE
gggj    —-
What it costs to get a Quartz Prospseting Outfit
Al \V. .1. Armstrong's; One 21-iui'li hollows coutpletp, ] 10-p.iuiiiI anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (.my kind), I spoon, 1 drill hummer, I lilnrkmiiilli'itliimi-
ni.-r. I iH-iui-h ilrill (ait liar J, ' nronu Inch), 1 80-lneli drill (either j, Jorl
inch), ;iII I'm1 tho mini nl' $25, in 'anything .'la.' a iilin.'r uHills. .Icssup's
steel only used it. drills. Send ynur cash wilh the urder, If ynu nre not
in the ally send order for ifi'iicei'lBH, uu it will Iw lllliil, I will supply any-
ihing vnu wunl,
jjp | Armstrong k Lawk, tbe Har«w«ro, Tin anil Stovo Men, Anaconda.
M
m
m
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RAILWAY, MINING AND JL
III
riinitiLiijMij [ihMMi sir        m
The world ii sad, why nr.l.s il still more I cTliiili-tl, nnd she Irtitlilt) In iiii Ihf IhliifC"
dm.i'l                                            id.-iv hyday thai an  orilliinry English
Wo lovo llfo'* roses liottor limn Uf.--s rue,          | girl dors,- New York .Iniirnal.
Honor tliun dlrgo of Ml*, tho song of rlioor.' j*	
Ami tie tlioy talkoi! .villi hor In ohocrful strain j T'
A shadow stole ovor hor nvi rl "1 (noo,
Vol whon s),o torno.l to n
Hor smiling lips showed naught of Borrow
1
ffl
The Kettle Biver Country I
&
_   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents,
m
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND FURNISHED
GUIDES HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
Save in her oycfl n slmdnwy (jlcain of pain
That naught might banish fr un its lurking)
plflCO.
"A smile in bitter tlinn n tenr, you my,
Holievo nil', trlends, ii U not always so,
An I cnn prove, 'twas but ihu other day
I stood with ono whos? heart wns crushed
wilh ivoa,
Besldo tlu colHn whero bar Lrauuro lay,
So groat, so (loop her grief, tears would not
flow.
Upon my breast sho laid her aching bond.
1 tried locimf irt h -r but wov Is wore vain.
Hniiii ipy tears foli ftis! nbovo thodoa I,
Her tear.-! bural forth Ilka showor.i of s inunor
r iin;
Then, ivlion bar grief wn i spaut, sho smiled and
sniil:
"Dear friend, thoso tears hnvo cased my
heart's dull pain."
S-TIMCT GOODS..
Glassware and Crockery, RsSg
*2nlinn!   Cnmilioc  Olid   Trtnc   I i'l. 02
For Particulars Apply to   SM
$M   w' H' NORRIS,   "" to   R. C. ADAMS,
||;-j|   3SIi'SJb.eli©S3   SS   S&oxi.o'u.f',  X«-fcd.
m
Victoria,   B.  O,
Mll.WAY, I!. 0.
MONTBEAL, I'. Q.
School Supplies and Toys,; $>}*■
Stationery, Playing' Cards
and Games, Dressing1 Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
ancl Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ftanix Fire Insurance,
.ft. A. KAIM  ■   MIDWAY, B. C.
^AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
rSi SOU' AQKNTS foil
1/EC   I
^ iBrantford® Binders® audi Mowers
THK BEST IN TIIK MAIIKIT.
■VVWWWWWWWW-ArVVW^ ;     A Ful1 Line of Wa^ons. Trucks, Plough-,, Harrows &c, &c.
r. ELLier
i
WAREHOUSE AT VERI'DN,
C.  I?. C0S4-33»t02X,  U&.&&X-.*.
Ge
Fairview, B. G.
IBoyal Hotel, 0
ir
THE  NATIONAL
The lark sings gully in ilu moruli'g sun,
Uprising frum liis ncs: iimld the wheat,
Tho nlgljtingnlessweetiiulos, whondaj isdono
Float gently from the w .01 and b c ul rotrout \  . pnACTICAI. AM) SUIPLR METHOD I
Insoftandplalntltlstrnliis.yctlBlhorooiio      j i\  nfmntthiKsulpIiido ores, suchas nickel,
Who hearing both, would d'eom the lark's  c-ipper. gold nnd sjlvoi       '
more sweat?
Mauih Jouj-havii', Kamloops;
matte smelter.: | Lapffest _A lesHssoptei Stoek
j    uiuuu     iuiuu,
M. I''. D'OIiQ KK,   I'l'DrUlI'l'I'OH.
I 0.
IN Till
A GENERAL EXODUS.
In lin-nlillH
>o loncl ores mul fitcl" aru sourer iinilal*
iiiohI .liiallallitll.il., our iivrlll.., .valor .lackcloil
Malto aa....Hit l.aa liccn rooognlno.1 wlili lilglily
willstaclory results, anil tins hcon tlioroiigiily
tcalcil nn varlnun pvrltlij, BUlplililo aliil nreoiil.lo
ores, in ralMirlty nf - tn 80 tons nf oro per day.
Ii Miie innst iiraclii-'iil,olioapcs!,nndsfiiiplcst i   ^v
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR
,,,,,, , ...jctlioilnlgolilnnil silver oro inattltiff anil con.
It cinilil hniil ly lane lia|.|i|. 1 any- oonttallni: Uial la known to-day.
nhci'i" els., limn in Atnt'iini, llnil  v-'   It reqiilrcs .... oxtrnoiilliinr)' skill, no Ira.l:
In,, nf -i ivhnli, I nun wliii-li romnllr ..... I0™"' "° »lls".!-' malorlal, ami no furl of any
ink nt,i mm.. um n wiiii ii iLi.uni.iyin- iMll.t r,,,.,[,,. ,„„.],,,,. „fw j, |H si,,,.,,,,!, T|„.
ciirrwl   III   Wasliiiiul.u.   slulc,     Ilie Lnlplinr In llio oro Is lls natural fuel only, iind
nnu f Ilia In.vn ivius Wrii.-ili life,uml ; itaeosl liiiair.. ipartson .villinay otliurpro-
n t'.'W ilavsii.ni Ilm iiiii.il.iianls |lii,|.,,|i|' oomof coiiriiiilrallng.
,    . f ,, , , , .>" '..'I' In'i'I'iir.-iI la f.innali nnv F	
ivaiil nt   or mill H v in .ami    lived hi-i- nnd.,v „,n',,t , ,,',.|,.   ,, Hiil-Kf,,,,!I:
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
|1V ill'S 111 Illl
pnclly p.anl ooniploto In Biikstanllal mlnliiK
nk nf il river, uTirrc  ponplo, sol i. uimii'l ftn-iii-li
Id run it
thev llllll a Jli'llliFllI sill iilv   nf  vvitler. j for Hiotn on mwy nuynionln.  Prlco-ianilspoclll-
R,.,r».liv nf ii-iii,.,. i..„u ilii.,'.|il„r rn ism, I >-iili-*.ns fiiriilsl.eil .villi roforoiiccs anil trail-
h.,m.|!) (it unlci u.isi ii'iiiii'i iL'.isiin hnoiilalsonappllmllon,
fnr Ihr rxiiilns, iillliini^li Ihi' fiipiii'lly
nf tho men wliii iiwiiwlinwii lots In the f-aJiona! Ore & Reduction Co.
nld nJnru hud Hi.iii.'lhiiiK In in. wilh .1
j
\1 T7 O
6720 Choltonlintn Avoinio, SI. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
- i.'..i{-
t.tio.  They held llie luis nt sn exnrl.l
timl u price Ihul lhe lowii simply iihiv-
ed nwiiy nnd lefl ih.'in striinded,   Nuw
the Inls will huve tn revert In niw pastures.   It was ii sweet revenge, on tIip I   . . ,.    , ,
miles! ate dealers,  Tlio liiilldings will Nickel, Copper, Cold, Silver and Lead
Iih rein..veil  iiiretully  and  set up (in     j-ts-i             03R.E3S.
newsiles,   Willi llie in.nieiii appliances tor transferrin!,' Hillftiliffft fiuni nne
spot to iin.ilher lliis is nlsn in. in.ire sn
dillicull n task.
 , t 4	
STAN3BURY  VICTORIOUS.
Ill the sculling mulch liulweeli .lames
W. DALBYMPLE
PAIRVIEW, B. C,
All   Kinds  ol   Repairing.   HorseslioolllK a
Specialty.
stniisiiiiry of Aa-ii-i'ia iiiiiI Wag I Land Act Amendment Aet, 1896.
Harding, ilia P. igllsh aliaiiipinn, which
was rowed nu lhe Til lines m lio- llllll
inst,, Sliiiislniry ciiuii. mil  vii'lnrlmis
nml was nu eisy wiunt'i'.
Wind nud lido worn favnnil.le. f
HOUSE AND CAI^EJIACtE PAINTING
fiPnVfKVGTT) Plain an(i Decorative
fclPMQ °i       Paper Hanging
JlvJI^O °{       -*———-——
.JUUUUUUUUlJ KALSOMININQ
| Good Accommodation anil Moderate Charges.
xiJds OiliJ.ii.-B'se X£el"p
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
DARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Acnimiinnlatinn.   Good StnMIng,  Terminus of Stago Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
eks nnd MUhvn.v, 11. C.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAHSON, KETTLE BIVER,  II. ('.
Situate in t!ie Immediate Vicinity of tne Boundary Creek Mines.
pospeetors' Livepy, Feed and Sale Kaite^ARENBRos,
Griind Forks, 15. C, Heloiv tlio Bridge.
NTAW'5^r.r^*{5<^ Uw^Te8ins!Ss(!(!le an(! M Horscs ailil L;llliflS' M^ Hks
l,„luiul.<.,-i„lirr,.r Ijiii'IsiuiiI Works fur prniii-*- . . ,       „   ,    '
-a,ii n, ,.,.,■. i.a-.. ii,,. -uiioiving iicscfiboit innil, i l!;:y, Cram and Wood for Sale.
L'ui.d   race,    The   hetllll)-   iviu  evun,   pivMon of Yiilo-l)l»lrlcl, In lho l'riivlncool  Tan-minrr    nf     &'A      \£'niAc      1      QnArialfrr
&,„cii„KiTo„ iho -to. -Jdci,.-*. ,1,.. «,**i„. ■t,,-,,, ,,,.„f„„„ l earning oi aa J^inas a specialty.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling- Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
PROPRIETORS
KS'l'AHI.ISII Ki)   lhM.'l,
Surrey aide.   Alurlhice false iilni-iiis  i .ill, .-« pre-einiillon olnlm, llionoo norlli *
lllO tlleil ffllf 11 I'll V,III   I!:!!'' p. 111., Sl IHIS    r;i;. ai*. Ilia al  I I eliiiilis. III,.I .until -'ll  -aa-
lillry li illing 30 mil IIiii'd'nif ,15 strokes  "'■""<-■ nn. wo*t IU ol.alns lo Ilm nlnou of
.-,  '     .  jj. n ....un nl. Imi'.' llu1 in.rlli luui ..I llio
^n»''-"')-« i -t-"k«stans-   ^^™?j^^ MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
'-■ ".i,-1:,,,:-:i-: p'ai.'.m,"
THE FASHION
FEED - LKVEJiy - /ip-S|ltiE-
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
1 lorses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
Pn^hl, tlui'TSmo1 iKdiig s'miMi'm's."!? j N^/^.ilao'TS^iS'K'o^ft.r'.l!^^! Ouk  Specialties—Varieties Profitable
i!.C:,:^ Trees Frec from ,>i:sls- iVEENON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
It,.. ,,„, iminiin.p inni.. in, imi. n , „„„. ili:, , v„lp diatrlot i., llio FUUiT   AND ORNAMENTAL TWEES,  PLANTS AND VINES. __„^ !	
limy led hyn longlh at .1 at BUI yard:
fr the atari was Iwiiloiij-llwln ihu    Dated Mny 'i, iwi,
L*The'',',,lli'*wii«mi!il"nf riid'oiiiesand Land Aot Amendment Aot, 1.896. -   LADNEE'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
28 nee Is, Slaiishiirj h'tidliiR hy four
lengths.   At  Hi i'l Ill the Alls- •_t**r__+j_*js*j2*rj_r4.
ft iinTir;1 i,e'ni h'n!i,,,!;i,.l7!MllT;!:!::,l:;,!'V';:l:Laiiy:^!):;!,!.:in!^te'()i'K  Si-ECIMJIES-Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
wus ii   mere   proresslun,  Slnnslmry j provlncoofilrlti»li Cnhunbln: (' iiioiicIhknl
i.i freoueiitly looking n Htaka marlUHl OlioDilliar, norlli ivofltoorno
rowltur ens v nn.l  IVi-iiuai-llv i.n.iiiL'  u alula, inarkoi Olio 1   or, north ivon na-imi',                , r ,.         ,-t               i     t*    i i                         n.T
, id     It h' • ur,    Bar os Woiiiin-c ii™ norm oiwi oornor ot iim i.nrt     Mend for Free Catalogue.      E, Hutcherson, Manager,
iiuu nu i,, .i ii  ui        '     :        " ' ■   i'ihuomlnoral claim,ailjnliiliiginypro-oniiillnn !
Bridgo was reached in 1« inliiulesano Ioiuim. hiiliigr n»ril»t, «.r ~.-.-ii..,, I in trnvnsiiip ;ii, L  „	
,'l seeuirl', Stans'iil.'.V lieing S leiigths i iv.-at ofthoslxtli inil in! in .rlillnn, thenco hiiiIIi
iiir...niufhisc...ni.eiii»i"    'f!!^?K::*stasKlffiEin    IT J     Jl
inli. Ilns. iprlitiir. if.'"'"" '»»"." "'."".'  . "*",;       Vn       If I II Tl 1
jsssa^ ' !lii!?;;"i!i:;!s^^^       to tne Boundary
'wi    i  n 'n nil , .I,',. ' tl
A CUHIOUSCASE. ['''tViin'i'rt']'ila'liilMli.,v..f May. ISIli.       '   'i'i
NOTItlK i« horoby glvon thai thirl}- tlnya
lift.-..iiuu I inii'iiil in apply in ilm.-lil.'f
',      '.'    ,.     .," i   ,,..,,,„.   i.||iililia>ii.|i|.|. nf lunila unit iviirka fur n liecnsi'
milliorlty for Iiii .pi.' and strange ,, ,mnniifaoturonnd oarrvaway llmlior on
fuel thai lliere  is  n   gll'l   in   London j jj;;;,,;''^;:',:^,,!1 y^!';ii'iriHi'|i.('"'''','i '"'l"'
whose he.irl heals so loud :lull Its nun-,   CouiiiioncjiigiitapoiitBlxliiinuroiifeol nurlli
 'con he heard   I.valve   feel   away, i j;',;;^"', Tm"^!** IJ'TZZ
This In it casi' <u unptreedeiitwl ill nm*i1-  btvult nf hoitnitripy ureok, Ihonco ruimiiiB ''.-is!
!«[aiinals thai dnrtors, "^FU0^1*^' SSSSSE ll^S ISSift % *SS!K 'ffPnTS
i' ihe Inn.lest hciirll.eal in lhe world. Ibo»jml|,,B p. iii.n:.
When il conies lo ho cuiinlrie.etl  lhat    rm.t-i this .Wth day of Jimo, 1808. 13.
 THE OKAND FORKS, MARCUS AND MIDWAY	
SS-fca-gre   aiXncL   Eacpress   Line
Puns IJclivcon Marcimnnd Griiuil Korkmlally. leaving Marcus mill Gratnl Korkaat 7 a. ni.
Leaves Graml t'orhfl for Mt.l.v.iy, Mondays, Wodnosdays and frldnys nl 7 a. m.
Loaves Midway lor Oriiiul Pinks nml Mnroiis,tTuo8day8,'Tliiirs(lftysnnd Saturdays, In, in.
UOOD   S'J.'A.-Kr'jrjS        -       -       ZrXS^V.S03V^.BI.X3   Xt__,_,_X&
ll>AM
MANLEY k WKHII.I.. PROPRIETORS
GRAND FORKS. II. ('.
JWt_*fa_\_?t_^fS$jf^P'
Good single and double drivers and  saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers ancl saddle horses.    Horses
boarded by the week or month, Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
VV. Gardner, Proprietor,

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