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 THE  ADVANCE.
.    j^CXsO^-4-i
Vol. VI, No, 1.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M, I)., C. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT,
OFFICE      :      l      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VEIINON. 11. 0.
Latk of
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Bno,
r\R.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
J T. MOLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate of McGill Uuiversitv.
Office!! Armstrong, B. p.
D
R.  CORRtGAN,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Graduate of tliu Royal Collogo nf Mental
Sui-tfCollH of Ontario.
Honor Qraduato of Toronto Unlvorslty,
-Oh'KICK—
Pound Hlock, Barnard Avniiic.VoTno i I.C.
W.
AI. COCHRANE,
suMciTou bui'kbmb Court,
Niitaiiv Public Convbyanobb, Etc.
Ofllco: Giliiini'c's Illnck, Itiii-niiril Avenue,
VEIINON.  • H. C.
pilKI). HILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
OFFICE: Martin's Block.
Vernon. B.C.
VKHNON NOTES.
Swimmer, Christina hike, Charles*
I Frohl Our O.vn Cnrrcsiiiiiiili'iii. ' "'""bier,
I    To iccoiniiioduli- lhe producl of llieir     8. F. (fractional),  Providence camp,
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We l.uy Until.' Very Best Brands, and sell al. Wonderfully l,ow
Prices. Give us a call and he convinced that our
prices  are  tlie lowest in this  section  nf cnuntry.
Boots and Shoos, Clothing, Ete.
We carry a large und well-selected stuck of above
and us we purchased our goods for SPOT CASH we
are ennhled lu give our ciisloineis llle heiicllt of the
Discount,   (live us a Trial Order.
W. Is. Sli-atf ojpcL a-sid Oo.
W!
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots anil shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars,
I'lilc. lev, Camp Mfkinncy nni! Verii.,,..
W<%.*%-V>vV^<V*Vk^
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOT A B V   I* C B 1,1 (', 1-1'I'l'.
Vr.iix.iN, 11. ('.
I    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   Nolir/Pablio',
GRAND   l-'DIliW   ....    II.  ('.
pOHHES M. KHIIBY, P.L.8,,
A. M.C.S.C.IO.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B.0.
rp B, OBOWBLli,
THONSON ST., V-taNON,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BOII/DER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, It. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. THDRBKR, PROPRIETOR,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stauk Connection with ti. ti. Aberdeen to
Paibvibw, Osoyoos, H.iuniiauy CltEKK,
Kettle River and Points, in Washington
All AllltANtiEJtBNTS Made 'fob Providing
Goidesand Outfits fob IIi'ntinii Parties,
Good Binning nnil FisliiiiK. Row anil Sail Boats for Hire
I mill, the Uolumlila Pluming Mills com-
' puny is erecting a new storehouse, SO
I liy IS feel,  ul  Vernon.   Mr.  T,   B.
ESTABLISHED .'('rowcll has lhe coiitrni'l for I lit* Work.
1670. Ahiiiil   lhe  middle of the coining
in.mill  u   inc...iug  will   l.e   held   at
Kehiivna,   ul   which   the  election  of
olHrcrs for 1SS7 of tin* Agricultural and
Trades association of Okaungaii Mis-
OLESALE    AND Isimi will take place,   ll is Imped
as many inemliet-s uf the association
as call poasihly till end will he present
ill the ineeling, lhe dale of whieh uill
he made known us sunn us lujcei-taiiiefl.
As mauyeni|iiii'ies ivere iiiude al the
Vernon exllll.il 1.111 ns lo the grading of
the different hrandB of Hour senl out
liy lhe Annsiriing mill, il will perhaps
enlighten some and set the question at
resl if Ihell- relative positions lire hei«
defined. Upon enquiry il was found
llnil lhey rank as follows, Hungarian
XXXX. Strong Bakers' and Siipoiline,
Ilm Iirsl heing ihe mosl. expensive and
Ihiesi grade, and lhe lasl—Superfine—
a misnomer, heing the lowest and least
cosily hi'iind.
Upon Ilm Salmon river hydraulic
properly a tunnel Is heing run inlo the
hank of gravel so I hat a lest of ils value
ial Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A.  TSIAL   SOLICITED.
's Bay Ik, Vernon, B, IJ,
jE", O. Box. 64.
Glassware and Crockery,
C. W. II. Hansom.
Tain, Kimherly eamp. I), M, Bnydi r,
niToumi 86.
Tripod, Hide's camp, (', O'H (iieeu
and .1. B. Chrisiiqilii-rsiin,
iii'i'..mill Ti
Brazil, Copper mini-, Itolu-rl Inlmui
lluiiilx.il.   Brown's   cmiip,   T.   _
O'Brien,
Liiiira Mny, Fourth of .liily Cieel.
Jnnies l„ .1.llial.
Acme,  Kiiiiherly lamp, I). C. .Mi
Arthur,
llhiiiiiduii,   Kiniherly  eninp.   T.    I
I'll! Ill Illl.
Pai'lliiiiia, Cupper I'liiu'i,'I. A. G.n
land.
I'F,IITI|.'I('.ITKH.II' WllllK,
lll'I'illlKll 21)
Bunch (IriiHs, Jus. Train, .1. B,Park-
J. B. Perkins nnd I), McDonald,
Cosiniipohliiu, li. .Mai,anil,
No, 4,11. While nnd M, W. Palmer
stun,
(lllllll'll Hug, A. Cl'ssfnl'll,
Missing I,ink, .1. W, Graham,
Slriilf.ird, ('hus. A. Dempsey.
Royal Oak, Clius, A. Dempsey.
Hind L/iiek, Oblls, A. Dempsey,
Elsie, A. B. Riilltiin uud T. P. Wren.
OOTOBEIl 21.
may   he ohlalned,    It  explorations    White Wolf, T. P, Wren,
show the property lo he of a luei'l- ..("ri.HKII 21.
Ii.rious ehaiaclcr, a company will he     Ivu Lenori-, ,1. P, Harlan and T. !'
formed in pul on waterand thoroughly I Juhtisoii,
ipeu up the claim. This would he an
expensive undertaking, as, hesides
having 1.1 convey the water a long ilis-
liiiice, a tunnel would have loin-driven
lhrough a hill. The parties holding
llu-eluiin ui present believe tlieground
will he found to he sufficiently rich lo
justify llu- expenditure,
School Supplies and Toys, j  n„ p,.,,^,,,., *,„.,,,,„.,. m„i direc
Stationery, Playing Cards jmrsof t.hi.Agrii-ulluriilaiid Trades as-
suciatiou of Okaungaii Mission nre. lo
and Games, Dressing-Cases I he congratulated upun ihc financial
... ,, r,         ... ,.   r,, .       standing of the sociely, nnd thev may
Wall Paper, Violin Strings t|lkc JM ,„„,,„,.„„■,.„, ,,;„„,,.;.
and Proprietary Medicines. '" times llkeihe present mpulltiimugb
a Iirsl exhihition und still huve a smiill
KSTABLISHJBD   1H8M.
MAINL'AND  NURSERY  COMPANY
LADNER'S,
"JTJBILBE   FABM,"
-   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Agent for the
Phcenix Fire Insurance,
OCT..nun 21.
(lolcondii, I ('. Unas and .las. Dale,
Laocouu, .1. C. lliiuHund Jus. iluie.
Wild Ruse, .1. C.  Haas and Jiiuies
Dale.
Cleveland,,I.C, Huns and Jas, Dale.
OCTOBEH 211.
Marie Stuart, li. Stuart nnd I*'. N
Felch.
l)exter, F. W. Felch.
Queen of Spades, A. I'), McPllllllps,
Nelu, A. K. M.-Pliillips,
Idaho, Juhn Lucy nud P. A. Laigi y
Roherl Bunnell,0. ,1. MeAiiliiu. .
A. l/iirgey nud F. Shniiquesl.
Lawra, M.   A.   McArl.liur,  I'.   '-.
surplus of funds in the treasury.   This j Lai'guy .'ind F. A, SI quesl
eo. a. mm
® ®
tali! uf affairs speaks volumes for I heir
j executive ability, and gives all eiunesl
of what they may do in ihe future,
iiiid.-r ilu. more favorable conditions of
IfiiDWAY, B. C. I€»rihiitici*d prosporlly a ng lhe farmers of the Mission valley.
Upun the greal silver galena bilge
®     ®     (§) recently dlsciiven-d  lo ibe norlh of
Vernon, lbe  owners  inlend  at once
sinking a shnfl lour 50 feel  iu depth,
tlie Silver Queen vein us fur as pros-
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia:
Trees Free from Pests.
FBUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES,
Send for Free Catalogue.   I   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SORVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to,
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettlo River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. G. H-A.A.S,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C,
G-uess    Bros.
JJSSAYEBS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES examined
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, H. 0, UllKKXlVlllll., ll, 0.
Muyrie, 11, A. Mi-Al-Ibill- nud P. A,
Sllnnquest.
Deiiero (iruilde, M. A. McArlIllll' .mil
F. A. Shonqiiesl.
(UTi.liKli 27.
Piiuin.se, Jus. Shutield and W  ().
McMynn.
Orphan Thus. Wake.
TIUNHKKUW,
OIT.IIIKII 211.
Seatlb', all inleresi, ti. W. Averill t"
peeled shows a width of S feet, uml is I |{, ('lurk.
I traceable for a dlsliince of POO feel.'   Butte, all interest, 0. IV. Averill .
Though do mil fall I'l ink.1 nilvantof-o nf
lliis ratlior limiicil opiiortunlty, and
have your Photo taken while ynu huve
Unit opportunity ut obtaining n (rue nnil
®    ®
The ore, which is n coarse-grained
galena mixed wilh qiiurl/., from Sill''
fuce iissnvs has shown a value in silver
li Clark.
Iron Horse, all interest, O.W.Averill
to It. Clark.
und gold of $28 per Ion.  The lieu lind I    Dl-UIII l.iiiunioiiil, All inleresi. (I. IV
M. uAiuiBrr. n. t. iiodoson
BOUNUABY  (JUKI-IK
Engineering nnd Assaying Go.
G ceimwooil Olty, Jl. C!
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Tliornngli Aci|iiiilnlaneu with the Kettle
Illver nnil Dolllulliry Creek Mining
Districts.
~-__WM
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH &1M0LEOD, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Elc.
All Kinds of, Factory  Wurk   Kept iu Stuck  and  Made In  Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds ut Lumber, I,nibs nud .Shingles Kept iu Stock
est Material Always Used, Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okiuiiigaii Lake, handy Id shipment.  Sach .-uul Door
Factory on ('. I*. \\., Vernon.
Ami a neatly flnlshocl picture, J. II.
StorniorUn proficient workman in his
productions uf art, nml guarantees per
foci satisfaction. Cabinet* only s.i.im.
Gallery, Midway, B. 0,
may he snid to lie an extremely good
conceiilraling proposition, and If development proves the vein In attaili
depth and in retain its present width
mul qiinllly, I hen until her valuable
properly wid be added to I hose already
discovered hi British Cnliiiuhjii,
The brands of flnur sent out hv ihe
Okiinagan Flour  -Mills  company nf!   Elsie, J interest, A, B. Rnllton UiT
Armstrong must he gradually insluuiit- F. Wren,
ing themselves among competing Non Such, Republic and t/iisl' Iiiiiiii*,
brands and Into favor wilh lbe con. W. T. Sinilh, 10. ti. Tutc.C. A. Min-bell
sinner, if lhe increased volume nf Hade | "■"■ B' •'• 1,"'K''1"lo lht' «''ll"!'1"' '""''
done l.y lbe company is a line index.; MmlnK f«""Pi"'>*■
ahipiiii-nls ure now being Hindi- In all
Averill lo H. Chirk,
Rossland, J interest, Jl, T. Rubins in
lo Mary (iarland.
Hallaral, ), Interest, M. T. I.'.iliins. i
lo Mary Garland,
linhiu Adair, J inleresi. J. Iv, lohn
son lo 10. Tilswurlb.
OCTOBER 21
Si    HA
'.1 4.1
%
Fresh Bread,
Cakes and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
A WIDMER, Prop.
KERR BRO~
-"—HI TCIIIOKS,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
''""■ Iparts of Brilisli Coliniilila, and the
| con,puny is also receiving the pul run*
T'S     7s age of ibe c. I', li.  The cnmpnny is
I giving pi f of iis ability to successfully compete in llu* open innrkel, mi
a very low margin, with ulher pro
viuciiil institutions, ami the nulling.--
inenl being in able bunds, noiloiihl lhe
future will uiiikii uiiinifesl the success t(l Uo^ A' M" >''
of eo-nperalion as adopted by Ihose iin ' '" """" "';
lUTIIIIKII 22
Josie, J interest, lOdwiinl Ihu ;■* I,- 10,
lluford.
King Bee and Garnet, ). P. Walker
to II, (i, lil.anvil,
iKTIIIIIill 21,
Twins, J inleiesl, W. Athliulo Lloyd
A. Manley,
Lillle K, : Interest, 8, M  Kirkhnm
leresled iu the iiliuve uiidcilnkiiig.
. •.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION,
I, II  C J.iin,
U
Meal ilollvoroil nl Rjok Crook and nil inc
Mlnlii-. I'liiiins.
I J. Kerr. R.D.Kerr.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGKB   ImXNXm
Leaves Marcus Mondays mul Thursdays at i p. m
Arrives Greenwdod Tuesdays and Fridays at ^ p, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 sit	
i Thoroughbred**
and
SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANH EXPRESS  F'
XI.  XI.  MOItBISO»r,  PBOPBICTOK
a HI SALE,    PkICI! $3.00.
f. K. I'lTTKMlllllllI. Ilm 1, I'iiki:
Tiimiiiiick. I-Ill iiiii-
sou lu Lewis Hind,
Nugget, J inleresi, Alex. S hri-tt.  to
.1. A. Coryell,
Record of Mineral Locutions lor Ihe Week      '"'"KS'.'I. 1 inleresi. J.  A,  I 1.1 yell lo
EndhiK Oclobor 27, I SOU. T, I'uiiis,
OCTI'BBII 2H. CAUL  ,T  A  CRAZE
Clipper. Kiinlieily caiiiy, Jus Sill her- \
land. 1    The following lulliule fi niei
Maid  of   Brill,   Nurlli   lank,   .1. K. 1 illg of llu Illl'll of llle Tot li Hui'd
J11I111N011. I of Trade, held nil lbe  biin  a., . a
Gulden Nugget, Observalliiu moun* Iieeu Benl inilu- press forpublicittion
Mm, (J. F. McCurier. The Board of Trade of Brlii-.liC.liu.i-
i.ci'iiiiiai 21. Ida having culled lbe ntlenlloii ol lhe
Vlclnry, West Fork, Alex. Wallace, Tumnlo Buiii'd (if Trade lo the i-hariii-
OOTOBEIl 22. j Ier of lbe ciuupnnies being orgiinl-'cil
(irand Mistake, Smith's ciunp,.!. ti.  Iiicmineclliin with mining in Cauu la,
Olheii, j llu- Toriinio biiiird lias replied, giving
Criterion, North Furk, II, li, ('nine- assurance of approval nt suggestions
run. iiiudi-and of hearty co-openiliiin  nnl
Bristol,    Fisherman   creek,   li,   J. 1 ilesire to (lo nil in Its poller In check
ileivill. j the prevailing craze hy   which  lhe
Key-West, Wellinglon ramp, A. P.  small savings 1 f uur peopli    u-e. being
Siiiiderson. ; dissipalcd III ullll-cat mining sell a
Black  Hawk (fractional) Klnilierlvl to lbe prejudice of legilliuate iiiiuiug
camp, I*. Hind and .1. M. Jill fell, j operations,   The Isiaid up, ail- in llie
Swansea, Fisherman t-raek, J, J,I businessciiiiiniiiuity to aid in prevent-
lleivilt. Ing Ignorant.nud Inexpeiloiu cd invesi-
(itTiiiiiiu 21. „|.s ffuHj imying shares in so-called
';    Flowery Lund, IOdivnrds'Fi'rry,"(leo.   mining compaiiies r In* I  may In-,nl. 11
Edwards, I Ised, without Hrst niiiklngihe fulji 1
Catherine,  Brown's cump, Maggie Inquiry, us iiiiiii)  uf Ihe roinpiiui'-s
Lung. I now   heing olfeieil   have Utile or 110
Helen, Nnrlh Fork. (I. IV, Iiigrahiiin  fniindillluii, THE ADVANCE.
Mi. I). 0,  Flelcher lefl on Sunday
  _   Inst uiili i ther Iniiul of horses for
\v£ NORMS.           ~~"....l-nui;uem,t 'te Kootenay.   Ilis previous I rip was
IW-ihoJ  iveeklj   ol  StVJway, II. I*. fraught with disaster, losing 11 bead
Subscription I'l-i.x. Sinn ii.a nuni isiTuUi- iii-ar Saiidoii.   May heller luck ultenil
n.l\.i,ut,cither yearly or half-yearly ui ilu
Hull nl Illl'allllMTik-l.
Advertising Kales soot nn application.
I'hougli iiii- columns „f Tin: An.
In
this venture,
Developmeul wurk nu lhe Morutug
^iZmSJ&^nSi^SRi Ob-T mill** l« lH'i"g rapidly unshed, a
cessnrily cudorso any of tho opuitons cxprcsseti.  force of twelve  nien  being nuw ein-
C'.llTl'a]l.lllltl'IIL-,' III 11 IHIISUIlIll mil iin- ..'ill Illll lie      . ,      „,, .      s       ■   ,,   ,,„i
publisnod. played,   lhey are riiiiiiing.a night unit
  day shift   in   lbe  shall   nnd erecting
hunk houses fnr winier quarters. The
shares uf lllis inine are selling very
rapidly, especially in tin- east.   The
:   A cross iii this space Indl*
null's thai)' illl'alll,si'['i|ili.ill
to this pap.-r has expired,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER!!, 1890,
uianiigemeiil puipuse nilvantlug Ihem
5 cents iiii ibe 1st Noveniher.
Tlie Bachelor claim also shows signs
of ci.iisi.lera'ile.icliyily. Buildings are
heing elected and all preparalions for
I a steady wiuler's work nre well in
EDITORIAL NOTES,
Many are wondering ai ihu verdict I hand.   Mr. (lid Milliguu bus thegrll
ol I he coroner's jury, which was em- uf his conviclinns Ilinl  lhe Bachelor
panelled in enquire Intu ihe elrcuni- will prove a greal mini', nud intend-. I
SllltlCl-B nllellding   lhe   dl'lltll   '-( Matt ''en Sll'lltl    il.      lie   lllllkas   II   guild
llliiiileiiek, id,, iinui iiiiii ii seems was wlisppcr111 lu bring Ills piirlnsrs up tu
liiilillculed Iii the gold  brick riihhery lhe necessary scratch, and he will gel
on August ISih lasl. uud whn was shot
ai C.unp McKinney ly ihe foreiuan nf
llie Cariboo inine mi the night uf the
2llih Oetnber.   They  wonder nl   lhe lake, fuur miles smith of tlle Lauding
On Monday Insl Sandy Grant's resilience un  llu* ensl   side nf OkltllllgUI
jury bringing in a verdict of jiistillable
li.maniile. simply hecausn liny consider 11 the duty of n coroner's jury ii
was totally iloslinyeil hy Ihc. The
hniise, which wns a comparalivuly new
nne, was une of lbe lines! fill-Ill I'l'sl*
only enquire us to Imw ibe d.-ceiised denees In'lhi. iieigbhurhuod, nn.l Mr.
came hy his death, and do nut con- Grant's loss will be a heavy one, inure
sidcr  il   uilliin   llieir  sphere   to s iy ' especially as the lire made Bitch rapid
whether the one wlm dealt the fatal
shnl was jllslllied ill doing sn .ir liiil.
To llniKe who lake exception to the
verdicl us rendered, we would point
out that if lhe mailer was carried lo a
higher court the defendanl would still
have llle opt ion of being tried l.y jury,
and Ibis heing lhe case, supposing Hie
verdict already rendered In he in accordance wilh lhe fuels til f,ill- llle
court, what reason is Ihere In suppose
a similar verdicl would m.l. be rendered as the one uiih which we ure
already familiar, ami upun which
James Keene, 1 he man .vim llred lhe
filial shot, was exoni-ritled frum blame
-i antl sel at liberty.   It.'wnsqidle within
the sphere uf llle ciiioner's jury lo
render ihe icidicl given, mul lliuse
wbu qui si ion Iheir ahiiily, flu sn mu of
igiioi-auce of lhe power vested Ell such
u hudy,
progress nearly the whole of the con-
louts weii! consumed, A defective
Hue was ihe cause of th-- disaster,
From what I can learn lhe insurance
wns very light or nil.
A r.illle look place u couple of weeks
ngonl lhe Coldslrenin hotel fora valuable uuicli, the property uf Mr. .1. A.
Schubert, W. .1. Arinslriuig and Dick
Naill tied ill 12, which was thehighesl
ibroiv, uud now lhey ure in n qiinndry
us lo lhe divislnn of the spoil. The
Iiu nnd stove uiiin decidedly objects lo
risk tlm so nearly acqiihed prize iu . ne
inure throw, and they cannnl agree ns
In lbe necessary eipiiviilenl fnr sole;
mviiersliip. Melbiuks lhe only way
mil of the ilil'llciilly would he 1'oriin-
ulbi-r Soli'iniiii to arise up uud rend
the watch ill liviiin.
A (raveling 11i.'.i 1 i-ii'.-il troupe, Ihu
Buebuniiii Driiinatic company, has in-
Tun following miles piiblislivd in a  vailed Veriuin, nnd is playing n four*
paiupblel Issui'd   mi  liiiiiiiilurv* creek,
require nu coniiiii nl, exeepl ihul. there
nigbls' eiigiigeineiil.   They are llfleen
strung and I raveling in llieir iiwn pii.
is a wry young man making experi-  vulc cur, and certainly pul  up a far
pel I'nniiunee, Inn lhe Inn ti is badly iu
need nf lhe live or six hundred dollars
lhey will curry away with il , especially al this lime nl' lhe year. The
inan uiui goes ni iniiul endeiiviiring lu
incuts III milling ;
OCT. '.'I. 1ST. 31.
'I'lii; represenlalivori Thero is un longer
hereof tl.c llotuiilary roomloiloulil 'hatllie
.Mines Company ivoro Sn. i will nol ho n
agreeably surprised In vulnn'ilc initio.    The
learn Insl wok, from oro le Improving every I collect a few righteous hills Will come
tin-iiaainnl. in a In.a.l week  .villi iia.. pre- tii the conclusion Ilinl  Ihere is mil u
""'" I""'IU'>'  "'  ""' H"-™ "f .lcv..l..|.m »l|i|„i|,,i-i„|,nvn. vet whan a few scllsn-
rleh strike iniido un the ami   .vuulil   nl   tho    .      , , ,        ,   ,,   .
,  ,, ,,; lima po*. its ire.   imm id, id when
Nu. i.    Ili.iy confess present lliuo pay wol! ' n '
that ll was noivsliidoiul te eiinoontriito'  ',   \s eslralnsuf vary Indlllercnt music
tolhcin. Tin.  iiiiiiiiigciiionl   Is are perpctrali'd by suine half a dozen
exceedingly    plcuscil
villi Hi" showing.
    ,.,
pai
I'liriners in die
p, gaudy uniforms,
till
shekels liow fl
nu sumewhere, and
Wl.
are forced In n
belief in the mys-
ter
illla.j
THE  CALL   IS   AN3WEilED.
One nf lbe participants in lhe recent
iii'tcrcsl big ease before llu- Venum us-  CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
si/.es, has answered ihe siiiiununs of ti |
higher cuiirl und bus passed aivny, Mr. j
Tbuiuiis Atklnsiin,  upun   Ida return FOREIGN   COMPANY,
frum Vernon, wus laken suddenly sick
ul Boundary Palls with Ivplinld-piiuu-
c-R c£si,erton GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. C.
.. Tie Hi Crop Boarding House..
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUHLIC.
-A-javoikx--.-,   Por«v-
Tiik lioYAi. Insurance Coy.
Tun London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance c.v.
The  Insurance Coy. ok North Oood Accommodation for Travelers,   First-cluss Meals Served
America.
Tun London and Canadian Finn
Insurance Coy.
Tin*: Sun Life Assurance Coy op| -'
Canada,
Tun Dojiixuif Bni.nixu ami Loan
Association,
Appraiser hob thi.; Canada Permanent Loan and
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
Savings Cov.. Jjjftjf
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUGH AND DBESSED
—LUMBER—
Hamilton k McSillvray,
Proprietors	
West End ol \ /
nrnnrd Avium,    VERNON,B.C.
White : Help: Only.
Kirsl-Clnss in I'vci-y Itcspoct.
Kvery Comfort mil Convenience.
Kroe Bus In nnd frnm All Tniins.
A Call Sollollod.
•sSl^
Stable :  ii| : (!oi|riectii m
.Companies' Acl, 1'iirl IV, ami Aiiienil-
lilg Acts.
im,,ii.i. and afler siilfcriug only a few
days died on lhe 23. h, -surrounded by!
ninny friunds,   JH. Atkinson  was a Eastern Situ* Gold Mining; Company
unlive of  Yiirkshlie,   England,   anil: (roiiiiia.il
iiiiiii* lo Ibis c.nnili'V ll.'sl in lie fall nf' iikuistkiikii Tin: mini ll.iv 'ii' J.i.v, 181111.
1802, and niter a sliui-l. sojuuru returned
h iiue.   lie iig'iin vi,iled llu-cnuntry
In llu. Kiiilni, ,,f mn   .ml Iinl in Iiii   I IIISitBHV OKIITII'V llllll I hnvo this ilny
"'"l   ' •"' '"•'■   " ' H'l'lup I" Hu*, J   mimnrail u10 -iciuiiorii Slar Uolil Minimi
isiiinl resi-   I'miipiiny   ll'nreign), uiiiloi' Un- "I'uiiiiianira'
Ait. I'artlV, "Hogislmilnn nl I'nrolgu Com-
lime of hlsdi-alh In
dent of It nuni,,iy creek, in which dis-
lllcl   be   llllll   UUlliy   lllillillg llllll otllei
inleresls.    T
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, antl
by ii-juri.■:., find out that
all kinds of
Hough -:- and Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingks, • Lads, • Elc,
can be purchsssd at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANVWHERE ELSE.
«>♦<>♦
I * -ft f.%-,&•% » *• tl..«-x -'J.;« »tt.tr.tr, 'is rf.\
I
I
mmmm
M 1 IM H
Ij II
§M  The trade centre of the G rand ffl
il Prairie,    Kettle   river    and §fe
fi Boundary creek  mining and Iffi
& agricultural country. ffll
ma • %m
m
g Situated at the junction of pjj
pn the Boundary creek, Marcus ag!
W and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
g Nearest point to the Colville S
$!$ reservation mines. iM
P LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD P
m m.
H
 mi
For prices und all otherlnfoi'ination apply to Win
M C. E. STUART - ■ ■ AGENT Kg
jj^jj CAIISON', GRAND PRAIRIE, B. 0, Sfe*
Wii%_i_w__t%i$w^
Z&\3f&_',,ftwi&Wz&
HORSE SENSE
! $1 FIREWOOD $1
i l
i per load. 1
l J i
l*6»»«*6«(!««i«6«««s'»«*e«*e"e #*1
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
uin
Ails
titlll.
I'li.'Innilnlll.-anl Hi., said Company lasltti*
nloil nt the City nf Hpokiino, in ihc State of
v llml lin- ileceased   Wnslilni'liin, U. s. A.
i'lioindents for ivhleh Ihc eoiiipiiny IsoMnl
TAELEI
was universally like.I, is giving only h,*,^,* „„,. '|'„ ■„,      ill uivn lease, prospect
feeble expression lo lhe I'l-giird in whieh fna rqulp and operale mines null mineral
i imi      n    i    i i •       ii- rliilinnul ii'.Hi.ni.lil. silver, coppei' and oilier
he was held hv all hIi.i knew bun.   Ill* nvccliuisinctnis umlcluysmul intiierolshaving
retiring, .,.,..■.' and kindly manner won t±tt^!f-AtrSSS^ l.'ltlsS,
lor him many slaiilich friends aiiunig Co mnliln, Cfinada i to tniv, own, sell. louse mul Showing the Dates uinl Places of Courts
his   assuciales,   who,   logeliier  wilh ",'''J"'.'11/,.V-'"■ V.M"'iiV'.* 1 !"*Ji■ i-"'r*/.- '"!i!n'.'.n-nil'i«      of AsslmeoMslPrlus,Oyer anilTeriuln-
ehiinei!     iicipmlnliilices,    snrrnii fully an I ireatfng ores ami nilneriils. ami also tehiiy, I     er mul Ooliernl Gaol Delivery for Hie
,    ,        ,. , ,' iiivn, all, louse, ituvelop nml oirirnlo waler
1 ll lilt 111 Hie lns> nl so wort liy ii ii i l.er rights, dllehes, lliniios nml ivntoriviiys iiocch
of I hue Illilliilyill   ll ally ngeof ,;:,?,! l^1,',';' ^'.' 1, ^!,''' ^,"', T'p' S iV^i, I! u-a n,'"'o ?'"
lin ycnr*.   Tin- decea.-eil was ii member j mllnsuls.' rlgh'lnuf way and ulher meoiifliif con-
,.•.,      ,   , i    .    ,,  i        r   ....   veynnco uinl coiiiiiniiilentli.il to and frum any
nl   ihc   Ind.-pi.nihil!   Order ol   Odd jniiil nil pr inles ivhleh rain  w lor
Fellows, anil   lh I'l.re  il   is  biirdlvM""*1 >' ».'.*!■.Ilomiiiiuy: lu do genamllyiill
Can't help t.u.kim; to
ynu aboul llml largo nml well-selected
stock of Clothing, Uuls, Caps, Hoots mul Shoes,
Unit have just boon received, consisting nf
cverylliiia,* roc,iilroil liy Ilia Miner, Ituii'.'lior,
or l-t'iiaiiaaliil'.   My stuck uf 11 libbers. (Icrilnui
SuckB, Wool Sm-ks nml lllnniicis is iploto
nml of the vory best lit iciuioiiablo prices. My
slunk nf (ii'iiciii'ies is complete in ovory detail,
ntnl wnnlil Invite your Inspection,
CARSON, B. G.
VERNON $PRING RREWERY
■vuitKroixr, e, o.
Clllltnll	
Illcbflold	
Kiunl'iiips	
hytliin	
 iind llilngs which mny hi imiry or  v'-trnon
llecessnry In s,iy ll h-a luru.-il mil ' pmner hn- llu- coinplclo eiijiiyineiil ol- use of "
,.',•. , |,.. ujwen h .-. ii... t lii'lli, iiiiiI riil'llii'|.|in.hli.|   NoivWoi. -ier
iii force, and, niilig.liig wilh a largeL1/n'„unn.„i ,,.!iiiisi,„.ss. Vancoiivor....
I'lllle aa   nt   neople,   lllld    I Ill-it   lasl      Tl.;'iai|>in.l ..n.rll.. fill" .-'.1.1. C.11.I.I.I..V isllv.*   vu
'    ,'        '                           ,   llllllilrjil  Hi.a.a.a il.illina-,    nil.'il  ail" livo
rcspeels In nue wliuiii ull wen' pleiisi-il   Imiiilrijil lliiinsiiiiil Blinres i.f Ua iur v..I. f  """	
l» regard as II hrnlher.   AMI.,. Ilinuul-''TS.X'',;,, ..lm Hiof,.nieo»l Vie*
year IHIIII.
I',11,1, ASSIZI'-S.
 Thursday 21th Soptombor
 Monilnj-, Ullli Hoptoiabci'
 Monday, Slh Oclobor I
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
X*a.ta_*ar3.42.tttax-m,
This large and well equipped brewery has been re-opened
under new management iind will supply
2Sees», J9&.X© Ea.-sn.dL S8os?-fce3i?
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices which  will  he found
satisfactorj   t-i die public.
Special Attention Given to Opks from tlio Boundary Creek Country
..Ki'lilnyJlhOotollpr     -»•>«•»«
Monday, 12th Ootobor   ♦        ♦
/♦  NACON DA HOTEL
0     ♦
ANACONDA,  B,  C.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
woa-icE.
Tm: Last Guanos Miniuiai. Claim.
Situate In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division of Yale
District.
TAKK NOTICE Hint I. W. Austin, free
miner' cortiflcato N... "i'i9tl8. by my tigcni,
('. 11*11. Ill-cm), P. U H.. Intend, sixly days from
llle date hereof, toapply to Uio Mining Recorder
forn ccrlitli'iili. of iinpruvcuicnU. for Ihc pur*
pose nf olitnhiing a l.'rnwn griinl to the abovo
claim,
And furthor lake notice llml action, under
section :tl. must be coinineliccd before the
issunnco of sin-li cei-iillcntc of iiiipriiveinciits.
Haled Ibis imi ilny nf Soptombor, 1890,     27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
The I'MXINOTON Mimuiai, Claim,
Situate In Central Cnmp. In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District. B, C
TAKKNIITICK Ibnl wc, 1. M. Tiiylnr, frail
minor's oortilloate N,.,taiil: (i. W. Hum*
borgor, free ml ''s eurtlneate No. SM'Jil: M.
Opponhol r, froo mi ''i -llfloatc No, t»228,
nml Tliiiliiiis Kirk, free miller's ccl'ttlli'iilc No.
i|'i22i, inlenil, slxly days from the uato hereof,
toappl)' In Mn- Ma.mi' itei.nl-di'l'foi-iiciil-lltli'iltc
of improvouiouts, for tho purpoBO of olitniuing
n [To., ii itr.iui in lho above clntin.
And furthor tako notice ihal tuition, under
seolion 87. must be oomtnotiood before ibo
tsstianoo uf such ccrtlllcntc of luiprov iniiiiU.
llnleil lllis IIh day of Scplelnlicr, 1SIH1       2i
NINERAL ACT, 1896.
CI3UTIFI0ATI*   OF   1MPI10VEMBNTS.
NOTICK.
'I'lii', I'llTTKU I'Al.MKll MlSEHAL CLAIM,
Situate tn Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, In tbo Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICK thai I. E, S. Graham, free
minor's eorUAcato No, Kiilsu, by my ngont,
V. Wollnston. I'. L, S., inlenil, sixty days from
Ilm dntc horoof, to apply to the Mining lie-
.'...-der for u certlllcate of luiprnvcmentB, for
I be purposo nf i.bt.ihiing a crown grunt to the
above cluim.
Ami further lake notice thnt nctinn, under
sootlon 37. must ho conuueiieed befni-o the
Issuance nf sucti cortltloato of improvements.
llnleil this 2nd day of September, 18M.    27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements*
NOTICE.
Tm-: Tkxas Minehal Cuim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Moun,
tain, in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TA1CK NOTIOE that I. B.8. Umhmn. freo
inltier'H (!i»'llllc!at*3 No. WiW). liy my iikoiH,
R Wolliwtoti, P. Ij. s„ intend, Hlxtj days from
(hr ilalt! hereof, to iv|)|>ly lo tho Mining lie*
cordor for n oertiflcato of improvements, tot
the purposo of ohiaiiiing u Crown grant lo thu
iilioverlailll.
Ami furthor tuke notico thai notion, under
section S7, must bocoiumonoed liefore tho la*
Biiatioo of such corllHcalo of improvomonts.
Dated tlii« 2nd day uf .Seiilembur, ItJOU,     '27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTIOE.
Tm-; MoHIUSON MiNi.HAi, Claim.
Situated in Deadwood Camp, Boundary Mountain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TUKK NOTIOE tlmt I.C.D'B. Oreen, agent
J* fm* die Morrlfloii Gold Mining Compaiii'i
freo minor's cortillcato No. 057115, inlend, idxly
days frum the dato lioroof. lo apply io tho
Mining llocordor for a oortlncate ->t' Improve-
men I a, for ilie purposo of obtaining a Crown
grant to thcabovo olalm.
And further take notice that action, under
sootlon 37, must lie commenced before lhe iu*
Ruanco of Biioh cortiQoato ot improvemenls.
Dated lliis L'ud day of September. 1H1HI       1
MINERAL ACT,
CI3R1IFI0ATE   OK   IMPROVENENTS.
KTOTICE.
; Thk Alick MlNKUAi, Claim.
Sltuatod in i.ong Lake Camp in the Kettlo
River Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK llml I. V. Wollnston. agent
for Sir Charles Uom, freo minor"B cortillcato
No. 70120, Intond, sixty days from lhe dato
horoof, to apply tu Hie Alining Itcoordor for a
corl lllcato of Improvements, fur the purposo of
obtaining ti Crown granl io tho abovo olalm,
Ami furthor lake notice ilmi action, under
section 87,musl he commenced boforo the issuance of sueh cortiflcato of improvements,
Haled thU 7th day oi September, 18%.      1
...Tuesday,Hwl Nnvomher
. .Monday,OlhNovoinbor
..Tuesday, 17th November
Tuesday, Kith Novemhor
ary   KuHh   hotel   .t   \
rhurrli Hi'l'vlct' Was v\
How II. W, h.-.iii. uinl i.i Ihc ki'hvi
the wi'Vlci*  "i'  ilu*  ni'di'i1  ivns  vcrj
f
N
linpii'HBivii  inrlti, I'rovineo nf Hriilsh ColumUu, tbiHllutb
i    ,   ,   ,     ,,     il I'.luly, IUU.
Imii'il  hy ihr    ||, ,.; i s. v. W00IT0N-
llewi-ilmrcf .lolul Sluck C [.j,
mi-    N'nitr    * i      i in*    ii uri      \i.tn     \ r   \      -.-,,__-„„«, .. ■,  ,   ,   .-i -r
tt-ztzssxz OSOYOOS KI
(  3P-KJ- I   ft\i
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Visilni t In the lluiiiiiliiry Creek Mlnillj* Camps, Stup nl llu- A imlil
Good Table  -   Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Piopriotor
MINE HAL ACT.
Oortiflciito   of Improvomentg,
IffO*J.*ICE.
Tut: Hun liiiN-niiii Minkiial Claim.
Situnlo In tho elite Rlvor Mining Division
of Vnlo llislricl.
TAKK NOTICK llml I. W, A. Oorbolt, free
iiihici-'s oortltlcnic No. i'iiIIS-'i, inlenil, sixly
ilajs from lhoilalo hnvonMoamil) In lin1 Itolil
L'ouiinlsslonor foraceiiiftealoofltiiprovoinonlB
fm- llu- purposo of nliiniiilna u ennvn grant In
lie nimi Iiiiiii.
Ami furtlior lake nuttco,tlial ndvonioolalms
in.ei l.e sont1 in the linlil Commissioner nud
nellon OOtliniOllood boforo Ihc issunuee nf a.iiil
oertiflcato nflinprovomonts,
Dated lliis Isl day of July, IW, ii
viait.vo.'-,' :,o'i'i'.s.
Osoyoos, B. G.
i   Hllllnn-nf llloC I.r Curl of Vulc uill hi
holden ns fellows i
l-'„i„,iii„-ihvi, .',i„',-i,,i,.i,„i. I ... ,,        . At Mldwaj', Nov, 0, 18011,
Sinn,, i,f i,in v a.'iiiiii  iileiinili.il.-    I 'l|)S     I'ctlK'I'StOll,     I l*Opnet01". | At O'OJ'OOS,   Nov.  7,  IHIIII.
plllllllg llilui'iillllg Iii  Anaiiinila. "all:
nn nceiilllil nt
Uovorainonl Olllco, Osoyoi
.Mr, li. it,.i',.,ua pupuiiir iiiirariaii, The Hotel is Situated on Shore.     Augustnitii.ian,
is si-riiuisly  iiuli-p iseil  uiih  kidney
of Osoyoos Lake.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
It. c. c.
Qood Boating
arid FisKiPig.
Itnlllilcs llllll ennlineil In his iiiiiiii.    ll
is III ha   ll'.pall    Ills    illlll-SS    uill    I |'
slinrl tluratliiii.
The I'. 1*. II. Iil'iitae   KIIIIJJ   lillle heen
|/ii'iliK llie  wliiif n'   ilia   I,uiiling n
llinrniigli    nvei haul ing,    new    pil.-.s, i ^p^Q   f ISIMIAP. Tiik w.iu Vmhk JIixuii.u. Claim,
plaiiliing,   elc.    hiing   pin    in.    Hu., . situated In Oroonwood Camp In tlio Kettlo
slriiilureliiiikiiiggiinil nnil suliil nnu. j     Rlvor Mining Division of Yale District,
Messrs. Morrow  Bins, him . pn g KPUgBP M0lllll!ll!1 MlI19S ClOSG   Dy.|-pAKK NOTICE lhat. wo, Itpbor! l.e,*.,.
tlle   llllisllillg   loill'lles   iiii    llle   Ann- ' —————■.■ .. .....- —
sluing h. ii.nipieiing iheir siiii,t-|       SITUATION WANTED.
whlll   gigi-ilia   eiillll'.li'l    uilliin    lin
At lliohoii-of eleven^o'clock h|i Uio forenooii Ui. stocR Grown Withollt Irrigation.
Ilvciiiiiiiinnil.        I - A. It. I.AfllULl, °
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
bPO K A N E   1'- A I- L S,
I', (i, Mux 582, Washing I oi)
MINERAL ACT, 1898,
Certificate of  Improvements.
NO'l'li'l''..
»,„„.; l|,,i|   i. , |i   inilin-aliinl  i       All esparlciiecd eonk and I sokoopcrdoslre!
spuilnil   inn.,  anil   I   ii.uliial.iiul   lol     ,ih|;i l   |.|i, |,.„|i,,1|,1|.s ,„„, n,r,,R,IK.,,.
the sni ialinii,in nf the Spnlliiineiieeii  apply In person or hy letter to
., ' illts  VI V.. I.Y.'Na.
couii-il '   li, Okanngiiii Falls, n. C.
TAKK Mil
i   tree miner's  cortlllcalo  Nn,  IB:
Ti w ii. Johnson, froo minor's oorllllciito
Nn. IK2I1S, Inlenil   slxly ilm* (r   Ihc ilalo
hereof, lo apply lo ihe Mining llccorderfor n
corUftcato of inipi'ovoincnts for lliepni'pnsoot
nlii inning n Crown granl lo tlio nbovo claim.
And fiirihor tako imttco Unit nctlon,undor
Boctton 37, musl he commenced before llio is-
siioneo at ain-li a n-tltlcoto of Impi-ovoinotiU,
llitiid this iiii. .in., of August, ISM, 1
Tlie Golden Gate Hotel
l-'AIHVIKW, H. 0,
T. J311ioi3i    -   -   -    F^PO__*-x?j&iiGXf>.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION.  QOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages tc and from Pentioton and Oro, Wash,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
(crl ilieiili-   of   Iiiiiii'iih-iiii'iiIh.
NOTIOB.
Tut: Di'Niii:!'. Mimikai, Claim.
Stiuulo in Providence Cnmp, Kottlo Rlvor
Mining Division of Yalo Dlstriot,
TAKK NOTICK llml I, .liiincs Sutherland
lien miner's certlllcate No. 80,114, uml
lloliorl Wood, free miner's oortitato No
IJIHW. inlenil. sixty days from ibe datohoroof,
tcapplj liiilm .Mining 11 interioracortiftcatQ
of improvomonts. for tho purposo of obtuining
it Crown gri.tit of ihonliovc i'lniiii.
Ami funlior lake notice thnt nctlon, under
seelion 111. musl tic commenced before tbo
Issunnco nf such cerlillciile of Improvements.
Dated this lnill ilny of August, ism        'ii
NOTICE.
In tho Mattel* of Gus Hamlin, Deceased.
TKNDKIIS will lm received by tbo undor.
Blguodllp to noun on liic I.JIlnlnv of No,
vcmbor, WW, for the nurclinso of tho following
ininern' claims, siliinln near linind forks, in
Kottlo filvorMining million of tholiistriot of
Yalo, vis.)
The    ' Possum,   "Qrandmama's   Ilusllo,'
" hitllo Hollo l,uni|i. "nnil lbe "Coon,"
C, A. II, LAMB!.!*,
U'-H L'lininiisslouci', =a^i*t?r- -i ■■-■■■■■.-. .       -,        -||M
.,,.■-..   - _ -..^.^n-.,-,,
THE GOLD BRICK ROBBERY.
SUPPOSED HIGHWAYMAN SHOT
The Robber or His Associate Meets Heath
at the Hands of Foreman Keen of the
limly and making an t-xuiiiinatiuii nf
the clothing it was found Ihnt lhe de-
censed hnd un his person ti revolver in
his pants pocket, a new cartridge belt
full of cartridges, n purse containing
snme small pieces or chips of gold
bullion, ahi.iit $160 in money, some
documents, und between his outer and
under shirt a new canvas bell, wilh
Cariboo Mine at Camp McKinney on tho j pr)cke|8 „mde ,0 „t th(1 g(M ^.^
Night of the 26th October-Verdict or
Justifiable Homocide by Corondr's Jury.
which pockets were su situated (the
hell, being worn around the chest)aa lo
collie just below the armpits, the belt
being supported by a band wbich hung
around the neck. The evidence further went to show llml llu- deceased,
between Ibe time be passed lhe watchers— Griihnui nnd the Indian—on the
luail und his ineeling .villi 1'iailie, hnd
|possessed himself with a ride, lhe
giiiinysiiek before mentioned and three
caudles, These circiiuisluuci'.s tend tu
give color lo the supposition Ihul when
■■icl hy Keuue lhe ilecciised was undoubtedly'on bis way to ii Hearth the
cached luilllen, or iiillu-i'the two larger
bricks, fm- from Ibe fact Hint lhe hell,
hud only two pockets nnd chips nf
Imlil.ui being found on tbe deceased,
the conclusion is arrived nl that.the
third or smallest brick of lliu lliree tvus
laken awny liy the robber when he
ivi'iil out to Seattle,
Graham, the principal witness, described ilu. meeting wilh Roderick,and
the jury having held a consultation
and being advised by Ihe coroner, returned u verdict of justilluhle homocide, und Keiine was set at lihel-ly.
 ►•«	
BIRNIE-ASHLEY.
For the fiiturt'Midivuy should flourish
fur at last a nun Huge ceremony luis
lieen celebrated wiihin ber precincts,
For ninny onions past, her feminine
population hud heen hungering and
Hilt-sling for un event to take place
which should stir inlo iixclletuenUheir
usually placid lives. Their wish was
fulfilled on Wednesday evening lust,
for on that day ut 8 o'clock iu the
evening the pleasing ceremony was
pel-formed by tbe Rev, T. Paten, having for ils object the noil ing lo the
bunds of wedlock two of Boundary
Creek's highly esteemed citizens, in
the persons uf Mr. P. Y. Birnie of Anaconda nnd Miss Maud Ashley of the
same place, and recenlly of Wittervllle,
Wash, The ceremony, whicli took
place in the school room, was a very
pretty nni-, mul ably were lhe principals assisted throughout liy grniiuiainiin
Our readers will remember llnil un
the morning of Hie 18th August Insl,
u during highway robbery was committed near Camp McKinney, upon
which occasion Mr. G. B. McAuley, of
Spokane, secretary of the Cariboo
fiiinpiiny, tvus relieved of three gold
bricks, of a value of aboul $11,000.
Subsequent to lbe robbery il was
generally given ..ot oo clot1 was oil-
tiiinable io lhe identity of llu- perpetrator of Ihe crime, but such was not.
the ease, as a constant vigilance bus
been kept by our olllciuls uud by those
Interested in the recovery of the bullion.
Two or three duys before the rubbery
took pluce, a num hy Ihe name of Mult
Rhniletick wus taken sick in tile camp,
Mull was one of Hit- mail whn hud
worked ill the Cariboo mine for .some
iiionlhs, mid his dwelling was it small
shuck or log eal.io which ivns located
just west of Cuuip McKinney, and
very near Ihe Carillon mine, Considering bis cuse deserving of coin-
misseralion, his comrades subscribed a
purse to enable the sick turn) to visit
bis family ill Seattle.
Between gambling and a reputed
sick family ul home, Mutt professed to
have used up all his earnings, bul no
doubt these pintcslulinns were made
with an object iu view, us so I horoughly
did he throw people olf lhe scent thut
a few days after the rubbery was committed be pocketed the subscription
fund and started for home. No dnuhl
jusl nl this time the authorities were
nil ill sea ill the mul let. hut lhey dill
not remain so long, for soon it. was
made known In them that Rhnderick
liad iniiile overt ures ton second party
to assist in the perpetration of a
similar crime, und this coupled with
lbe fact that he, after arriving at.
Scuttle, returned snme sums of money
whicli he dived to parlies in Cuuip McKinney, drew down suspicion upon
him.  A constant vigilance wus kept
over liis iiiutenieiits, ami u few days Mr, L. Hind, and bridesmaid Miss Ida
ago Hu- authorities were informed Hint Biinlt-, sister of ihe groom.  The cere-
| iniiny concluded, lbe happy couple it-
A lew Drug Store!
Wo beg to hi form tlie public tlmt wc have
opened mu* new Drug store ami solicit it share
of Llieir patronage,
Bujiligdrugfl i* entirely n mat Ier of confidence, ns in no othor business is sophistication
easier; nor does any oilier avenue afford hi
ready » means of disposing of wort Ideas articles,
Vou can huy a pair of shoes for §1 or for $10.
It is entirely a matter of quality- There Is its
much difference in Ihc quality of drugs us
thero is in shoes, except in purchasing ono you
ennuse your own Judgment, and in buying Hie
other yon are entirely dopoildeill upon the integrity and judgment of the druggist. In otic
case it is only a matter of comfort and appearance, and in the olher frequently of life or
death.
If you uailt the purest ami best-drugs nbluin-
dblc, wc soileil your patronage; if you lYflllt
the cheapest, we cannot accommodate you,
If you need meilieino, you need Die hest uud
11 ii resl ohliilimhle, compounded liy a skilled uud
experleiieed preseriplioulst, with the most
icrupuloua cai'o ami fidelity*.
Human life may he in the balance nmldt-
puildoitl on the prompt action of the remedy
proscribed! ami if the taller he mil of standard
strength and purity Hie physician's skill is of no
avail, ami the patient fails of Improvement,
We carry a full line of patent medicines, invalids' special! ics, toilet requisites, otc. ingrcal
variety.
Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention, and anything not in slnek will he procured at mice without extra charges.
R. N. TAYLOR & GO.
The Prescription Pharmacy
Grbenwood Oitv, B, C.
Alta Vista Fruit Raneh
KiI*OWWA, IS   O,
For SaleM___.
| APPLES
I PEARS
I PLUMS
HALF WAI
KETTLE RIVER
V.BETWEKN.V
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
lhe rohlicr luui left Seattle and was
heading toward ihu eamp again.
They welt' nut certain us lo which
mule In- would take, hutsnthoroughly
Hoiis limy convinced Ihal lie was the
iiiiiii they were looking fur, iuiuiediate
pn-piirations wen- made fur his cap*
due. l.y the placing of police on the different avenues of approach to the
eanip, nn.l Indian spies nn Ihe trails iu
the neighborhood, Three or four
days were spent in waiting, anil ou
Monday nighl about 8 o'clock wind
wassrul to the cuuip Ihul. Roderick
hnd pusseu the sentinels posted to the
west of (lamp McKiuney uud was making his way towards his former habitation, the log (ail.in oo Ihu hill. The
Ki'iiliuels in i| nest inn were Tliniuiis
Graham ami uu Indian named Andrew. The Indian wus scut to the camp
to f-ouiiiiuuiciile the intelligence to the
foreman, .1. S. Keaue, wlio in turn
comuiuuifuled with the constables
posted al the scene uf the robbery,
which was ci.uiiuil led at. a spot a slinrl.
distance to the easl of the camp, The
foreman, Jauies Keane, was requested
by llie constables to assist Graham mul
to ascertain if pussilile what lhe robber might do at the cabin, for il-was
thought qulle likely the lull]ion might
have been cached near lbe cabin, and
not near tlle scene of the robbery us
ivns nlreudy supposed. Willi (his object in view Keane joined Graham as
quickly us pussilile, und In do so hnd In
puss beyond lllld lo the west of the
cabin, After it consultation they do-
lei-iiiitii.il lu make their way up the
roud toward the caliln, and had not
gone far when lhey were conscious nf
someone approaching, At this spot
the road is cul through thick Umber
and Hie uiglil being .lurk it was hard
to distinguish anything, Ql'illllllll tvus
tlle first lo liecniu.' cnusciuiis Hint the
lllllll appruiii'hiiig was leading a hnrse,
and divining who it wns, he stepped
aside inlo the bush, whilst Keuue, mil.
uol Icing the horse ul the moinuiil, believed It was thu Indian returning. He
hud only laken a slep or livo forward
when he, tun, uul iced lhe horse, The
opportunity tu conceal his pieseltee
however was lust, und he iherefure
kept on, and iu passing lllinilcrirk,
noticed be was currying a gunnysuck
in his hand. Iiisiiinily Keane,became
possessed of the cooviel ion Unit he was
in the presence of robber, bullion uml
nil, aiid Iurning hailed Rhoderlck wilh
the words, "Is Unit yoll, Matt?" Instantly Rhoderlck turned and saying
"yes," levelled a rifle at Keene, who,
walllng.no furl her salutation, drew
his revolver and shot Rhoderlck
through lhe lieu it.
THE INqltBST.
Dr. Jakes, the coroner fur Ihe Kellle
River district, having heen notified, he
proceeded to Cninp McKinney und eni-
pmineliiig a jury, which consisted of
H. Nicholson (fort-nian), A. Uosens,
James Atwood, N. It, Black, G. M.
Bonnet aiid V. Ii. Swanson, tin. facts
touching the event above described
were enquired into.   Upon viewing lbe
I paired, amid showers of rice uud liesl
uislies, to ihe Midway hotel, where a
reception wus held,and n very pleiisiuil
evening was spent liy those gathered
Ingelher to dn liiinur lu lbe friends
who for Ihe future will share life's
troubles and joys as one.
Tun Advance offers congeal uin-
linns, nud supplements the best wishes
of many friends,
■ ► # -.	
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. Cordick is visiting Kruger mountain, and Ihere is a prospect of a gnnd
ileal of work being done on Captain
.'Vilnius' group of claims I bis whiter,
Mr. Dlere of Victoria arrived at Fair-
view a few days ago ami Immediately
put some men Lo work on the Coin-
Block claim. It js proposed to run
lliree shifts ami push development as
speedily us pussilile.
G, Slieehan and Fred Givatkln are
developing llle Mayflower, -an extension nf lbe Wide Wesl, in Cmiip Fair-
view, Parties are negotiating the purchase of the cluim, and it ileal i.s ex-
peeled lo lie made in a few days.
Il, is reported that (he Lake View
chllinjat Fairview bus been sold by Mr.
,1, Stevens lo Mr. H. Uerschel-Ciiheo
of Vancouver, and lhe same parly bus
uliu purchased a claim nu Kruger
iiiiiiiniuin frniii Mr. Richard llinveii
ami partners.
The waler is again being taken mil
of the Smuggler shaft al Fairview, and
In a day or two parlies will he upon
the ground in iiiakuiinexaiulnalion nf
ilia mine, ll is suid iic.ish Iriiusiieliuii
ivill lie Un- outcome of lbe examination If the parties ure sillIsllI'll wilh
lhe property.
Messrs. W. Ilulryui'ile mul I). A.
Ciiriiiichuel nre busy nt ivot-k on a
group nfeliiiinsiii Fiiirvlciv,comprising
ibe Weslern Illll, CuinsliickiiiiiI Flora,
T'li.'v are sinking two shafts mi the
properly, one of which Is now down HI
llllll llle..ther In feel. Tlle ledge whicli
runs ibt..ugh the claim averages aboul
8 feel lu wiillb, and llu- ore is nfn
I'huriirl-T known as free milling uml
nuni.iiiniiiiig. Upon I he Flora, which
isa fractional claim, u crosscut wns
recently run, which, cul ting lhrough
lhe vein, disclosed some nice siiinples
uf ore, currying free gold.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
George Edwards - - Proprietor
•M-i fJ!i*5T^i!i»>Iii,r^-i!i'ilfi*i!*iJ!i
/$. ♦*•(■» •*> /i*» ••> /[v «*iv */iv *i> •■>
Write for Prices to
J.   L   PRIDHAM,
HOCK CREEK H3TEL . . .
MOUTH OK BOOK CltKKK,
XX.    PittunariBli,    TVXffX--.
Eius'i'-i'iass Accommodation nut Qi-bsts
GOOD STABLING
•'j Excclli'in Fishing on Kettlo Hivcr. ii*
j.McNICOL^
Dealer in
AllKN'T KOR
THE GIANT POWDEH COMPANY, SAN FBANCISCO,
I'owiiklt Maoazini! AT AXACONIlAi
Mail Orders Solicited, Goods Delivered
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C,
REN DELL & CO."
GENERALS
H. WRIGHT
Anaconda, B. C.
Orders by stago strictly iiitciulc.l to. Ail.li-c
Aniiiiiniln Morcantllo Co'fl store.
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary falls, B, C,
Leprae k Lloyd-Jones boundary falls hotel,
The best hay and grain
raised in the Mission Valley
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by
Lsqaime & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
Boundary Falls, B. C-
J. J. -wrBtiTiJ
FBOFIlIEiOB.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines;.   Nd
Troaible or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
Best Brails Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
I-I. KEYES, Prop.
Guud Accommodation,
Best Liquors aud Cigars,
First-Class 8 tabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
id
Job Printing:.
'THE ADVANCE,'
AT THE——
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL. . .
"^IT*"!-*©   fox?  3*7rices,
s. a. ii l ci.
(SuceoiWOW to It. N. Tiiyior)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
licopn Kirsl-Clnss slook nf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet .Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
lUsTomcK mix HI.
GREENWOOD
NOTICE.
NOTIOK is hereby t.ilcn Hint sixlv days
lifter ilnlc. I iiili'iiil In ii|ijil.i In Uin Cliief
NOTICE.
ANACONDA, B, C,
You will find at reasonable prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber!Eii^S^'"11
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
aw.
Commissioner of Lands uiui Worku fur jjit-
iiii-sini) iu ptirehnsa tlio following Inndfl, situ-;
iih-il in tlio Osoyoos division uf Yalo district:    ]
All the unoccupied porlion nf lho wesl Imlf.
uf section 19, township (J8, mid nil ilu* unnocu-
plod purli'iii uf (lie -jnj-1 Imlf uf Roctlon 24.
tuwuahtpfl?, JOHN CAMI'HKLL.
July llh, 1890. i'li   j
tllilof  ConunliHlonor "f   Uiuls  nml  Works
fnr permission to pnreliiuo ilu- following traol
i.f I l,Bltuntod In Ibo Osoyoos division of Yalo
dlslrlct, uml  -a ii.ii'iii'iili.rlr described ns
follows, viz.: Tin- 'Ui Imlf nf seetlun •» and
IJv.T'nTiiiu™''
Midway, Soul 1,18011. 2i
la lll.'('c||l!l||Tll,l|l',.||lllKlip|'lv I'llillt llf thcliniuidiii'V
Cin-li Mining ('.imps,   From lliis Netv Tmvn roads
lend i.i Ilia
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely und u    n Good Investment.
For i'lice nf l.nls iiiiiI Oilier Informal Ion, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily. [louud.r*/ Creek, li, ('.
Or .Apply lo Agents,
C. 1*'. Costki'tox, Vernon, B, C,
\. K, Stuart, Vancouver,  11. C
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.!
W. B. PATON
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I). McDUFF
ipPflP, K>'l'l nnil  xihiT iiiv>.    Ih   lucnUUm
j when' lend nro" rtnU fuel- hit KnM> llllll ill-1
" most uimtlflliiahle, mu pvrlllc, ivutor Im-kelcd
| Miilii*StiiHlci-li;i-ln'i*nivi'ti|.'iii/cil willi hiKhly I
I siii-fiifliiry results, and hns doon tlinrminlilj ;
leslcd on vailmis pvrlllo, lulpbldeand nrKPidd'
j..FURNITURE.. |
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0-x»ee*a.x-TO/-o*oicl   Ci-fcy.
Ai'iiAiTiiti, ami sini'i.i: in: rutin J J
uf iiiiUIIiik illllilliili. mi's, -.lulius nickel,  l^^^im.***********^*************************^^***
fTPripr-cil   'Rl?if-k'c;iTiith      ' ore", in caimclty o'fS i"'.i foiis nf mi. iii'i' ilnv.
uenoidt   JDlctt,K.hIUltU,    | jtIs'thn iiiohI in-t.ti.-.tl..-I,.-. m,nmlHlniplcsl
MHIWAY, B. C.
I Ii Is the niosl iiniciifitl, I'linip'si.iiM'l mihijI.'si ]
I pros-, jra^uxliw'inal«r^._nny no_fucl"?)f^ny j   I I IlllJUUil   UUlJJii
Nii'i'iri'i.
LIME! LIME!
If yon want In poinl up n cabin,
plaster a house or build a foundation,
call for lime at
Geo. T. Wells' Lime Kiln
Ofilcc, Ucmlell k Oo's Slore,
Boundary Fulls, ll. O.
All Kinds "f Work Bxooutod in tlio Satis-1 j|H for ilio sniollcr nficr ll i* itorlod. Tl..
' fiii'llim nf fllsliilncrs. j n,|phiir In ll re i< lis mil llllll fuel only, nml
■a.    ■ i in imwi»w.m^.,,ii   ii-'.'.ai hint ii inimrlRon .villi nnv oilier pro-
I'l'ssnf i coiitnillng.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Wc *■ Iiri'lml-itl I" furnisli nny size nr ne
                           ■ paolly iilani coitiplelo in stibHlontlit) hiIiiIiik
Tl, W   II    \„r,*ls   .1    I'    mill   11    (I    Kill. • '"'"I'1"' '"' " "''ll1"' f"n'Ml '.""' ""'" '," ''"" i;
iii h. ii. .Minis, ,1, i „ iiiiii ii. «.. um-, f,,,.,,,,,, iouvtnurincnls.  I'rteosmillspcclfl*
ley. J- 1*. ciiHoiik tiirnlslioil ..iih I'ofoi'onoos .mil losll-
auNTl.itMKN: I bog to horoby srlvo you nolioo l»0,,l^lB °" "Pn"11 "'■
ilmi i iiiiriiii.ni ilm nrai Bluing of llio bloom- National Ore & Reduction Co.
Ing Court, to In hold for tin lowor portion of       .     ,,    , ...
tho Osoyoos division nf Vulu lllstrlot, lonpply '     BM Olisltonlinin Avoi ,SU l-mua, Mn.
fm' n lloonso for I ho snlo nf liquors nl my proinl-1
scsncni. Ciiinii Mi'ltinncy.
.1.1'. Mi'CI'IIIIV.   I -Hlin-
Octoi,cr'.ii,M;i. 3 I Nickel, Coppei\_Gold, Silver and Lead
si-laaciiai n\ em: M.tlS Ilu.n tii Cot-l'l
liiiiliii'inili, Shvl.uiK.   (Jinaas....mn.   I.n:
I..IKK  .Ml Ol'IIKIl llill'N'ltlllV C'llBKK CAM
GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    ,
.  G. E. SEVMOUR 4 CO., ProPS.
STRICTLY   FIRST-GLASS
Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 pet* Day.
NOTICI*.
JJ!
Manufacturers of Furnaces
r, Colli, Sili
onus.
'•15-1
lya-ir,,*—f rt, a—
NOTICE,
OTK'I-: is horoby glvon lhat, sixty days
.   iifim- ilniu. I iiiiini'l to apply lo lho Chief,   ,   , «,,.„.. ,
ininlssloucr of bands and WoAs for pcnnls*    iJiot, near t)n« uikn, Iwo ligin gray work
ilmi iniiiireliiis,.the following described tract homes, mn. branded .villi a circle S on left!
,,1 Innil, siliinl,. in liic aiiiillmni |.,,|.|ii,i,i,f llu'i s|„,„|,|,,r. m\ ,„,. ml,,,,. |„,.„ | g | ,vltli a   I 'A I ).M <) R IC  &   PEEPS
Osoyoos division ol Vnlo districl, in Mm I'm.acre ,,/.,,, *
nf llriiish run 'n:.ill tlm unoccupied por- U har under on left Bhouldor.
ii film weal hall' nf seel inn s. Inn nsliin mi. I   Any ono returning ssiil horses lo .Mr. .sm.il-
I nil tin- unoocuplptl portion of llu- ensl Imlf maf% okanngon Pulls, will receive n r. wnril af
Iiiiiii Ilm iiiviicis. V. JOHNSON.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -       VERNON, 11 C,
I'k'Ol'IVlKT' )K'S
iifsi'i'llmi i. lowiis'lit-i iin. I'litiliiitiitiit liluii
 'oorloss. I. THOMPSON
Ml.lwny, Octobor 11.1MB.
v. ooon.vEit,
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR I     i   ., I •—■-■■
MEMBERS' MEETING. , bud l.y inonsler i-levi s, eiicb nil li u   T-**T    ATTf)V VAT^T    f\ T T "D
currying capacity of250Uer.(ons. Forty | f J^-JJ (J K.\T" "ft*   *L*U U K.
A ineeling nf ilu- members of the trains per hour are to he run.
Oki.niignn und .Spniluuichcen ugricul- sj|. H J()| ,,„. mmaie „,„, ,
luriilsocielyiviis held nn Ihu u,,.rir,ng:|l.;|V(,|il|u, „,,,,„, „- u „„„,,
„  lhe Hill, Oi'lnl'..,', f,,r lhe |.„,pi,s,'„fl(,|iim|,imd  |h() .., f| (, ||f 	
I'lct'iiiig officers fnr the ensuing yenr
('hhirtii', expects, ii  is unnmiiiccd, It
AHer a little pre mry skirmishing |mvp ful. China nexl ycnr in order I„
und ibe rending and ndi.pt "f H"* develop Irade hetween Canada mul
minutes „f the lusi general meeting, Ul|ll ^j.,^    „ is „, |(,,||)|m] ,|m(
PriL* m»  I'lfsldenti 1). Grahain, ,.ef()1, ything of this kind Is done nn
M, I*. I'., lirst vice president ;T. W. I imp-rejudlced inquiry will be made ns
Sidling, secnnil vie, -presidenl ■ A., ,„ |„,,|. sj(1,s „■• ihu Chinese qui-stiou
,,.. . .11  , i,.- i., ,,  '
Postell, sccrelnrv, uud \V. F. Canierou
ns il exists iii British Oul nubia uud ..n
treasurer, were re-elected hy a iinanl- |h() p|ldfl(, ,,las| ,„,„., hl^mMm.
"ions vole, peels wilh which  lbe people of the
The dlrsetors elected were.G. G.Heu-| ]iMm ,11|,,,.|y ulwl.qlw|„trf._a c.
derson, G. A. Hnnkey, VV. 0. Becnrdo,; Couiinercial Journal.
,S. French mul T. K. Croivell, Vernon ; i  ,,,	
VV, II. Phillips mil 0, llniieiiii, While j MARRIED.
Valleyi Geo, Parkinson, Uulcnr* li. Hiuxin Ahiii.kv.-Ai Midway on the
F. Ynung und Ciiptnln ('oininings, 28lh October, by Ihe Bev, T. Paten,
Arinslning; (I. II. Lewis, l-'ndorl.y ; .1. Mr. I,. Y. Bll'llle of Aii.iiiiinlii, B, ('.,
N. Goiilun, Online Creek; W, Owen,    and Miss Maud Ashley nf Water-
Mlll'll I   A.   II.   W'nde,   I'elilielnll: A.       villi*, vV'lsh.
McLennan, West uf Okiinagan Lake i                                 ~ /
H. Munson mul .1. li. Prldliaui, Mission                           m /,
Valleyi It. Mi-Quarile, Uon.unagh; M-, A™n.- Al H""",,,",-v Flllls"" "*
Hill, Okunugani J. Mel) II,  Blue    !Siihuli„„ftyphoid pn,. Thus.
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, antl we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B, C.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
, ■ Tinware -ami- Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oiixp  Stoek  of
-Spring
 ► •.
PESJONAL   MEHflON.
Atkinson, n native of England, aged
ll,j yens.
j   P.McLEOD,
Barbibteh, Solicitor, Etc,
ANACONDA, II. ('.
WANTED
AT ONCE
2,500
When applying fnr crown grunts fur
11. Ciivsinn. .1.  P., passed through Ilnl 'ill rlaiins, reipiesl thul thes	
Midway 'Suuduy lusi. I 1 'J^''"" ' T'IK ^'™>f ']'"
iillieinlly   recognized    paper   i.l    lbe
('. K. Slu.irt, lhe  Cnrsnii   Inivnsiie j district,
agent, was in lown Tuesday.
li. (1. Sidley,.I. P., uf Sidley, wus in
town un Monday und Tuesday,
F. S. Uuse ul Trniil creek is paying u
visily In bis lirntlier in Midway.
K. II. Fletcher, postolHce inspector
is in lhe district un olHclal business.
Miss Ashley uf Oro ciiuie iu 'luesdiiy
tn lie presenl nl lhe wedding uf her
sister.
Provincial Timber Inspector Edgar
of Kamloops tvus in Midway Tuesday
uud Wednesday,
ti. Hi'iinei innii and G. A, Guess returned frum a prospecting trip up lhe
Wesl Fork ou Monday,
Mr. mid Mrs. Ashley uf VVnlei'villc,
Wash., Here llie gnosis uf Mr. mid
Airs. Hugh Murray lust. neck.
V. T. Sl. George, ll.llersihel-l'iiben,
und .I.A. Frnser, Vancouver, rugistertd  Columbia sired. Groonwood cily. 11. c. 1ms
al lhe Midway during the week. "I"-'""* "'"'" nlsostook of Grooorlos,Cigars,
Tobacco, Statlonory, elc.  A eill is respectfully
  saltall -I
THIS   All!)   THAT.
Theh„,e.i,,0„,y„„s one nigh, ins, OLSON &PHELAN
week was lhe scene cf une of ihose
pli-.isillll. mul sociable gatherings I'm
wliieli the pluce uf lute bus become
notorious, The ainiiseiueill un Ihis
occasion consisted in vonlibtling the
liuililing by llie gun plnii, Slrangelo
suy, the pruvluciiil iiuthorllles nl
Osoyoos object ed to this f inn uf amuse-
inenl, Mr. Linibly explaining In lb
M AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
"81
ik
In die Do Inry Crook DlBtriol
iiuu Un.
 1
Tlie Kettle River Country
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars -Apply to
A. K. STUART,   or to    R. rj. ADAMS,
Mll.VTUH.U,, P, Q.
ffl
m
ml
Sal
ffl
. Crockery, Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating nnd Cook Stoves, Woodeoware, Sash
nnd Doors, Paints and Oils, has been selected to meet the
requirements of the country, and will be found most complete.
Specialties
Jessop's Steel (any size); San Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
JoTbTbirng*   Slxop
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt, nn.l direful Attention nl a Reasonable Figure.
W.J. Armstrong k Co., the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
W. DAI.IiVMI'U-
GfO^lOX-HTil       JiZiftt.4ttXzt_ . n_i.-t.1tt
FAIRVIEW, H.C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing n
Specialty.
, 8. 0.
M. F. I-'OI.HKK, PBOPRIHTOR.
<r\
TFT
,1. \V.  I-^lvlvl),
proprieior iiuu the people nf the dis* I WATCHMAKER  and JEV/ELLER ! qjricxly ITI FIST P LASS
Irict hnd nut become sufficient Iv en- ..,«......  „  „ O    ' r    "■     \^
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«m«m*>-******=
®        (§) CEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
Ca-2?a.XB.<i3L For-^lsss, EB. G.
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Walch Repairing; a Specialty,
All Murk Wtii'i'tliiti-il.     oMni
F. U. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jeweiry.
Spectacles and
Silverware,
REPAIRING  A  SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B.0
NOTICE.
lightened lu iipprcciule Ihe revolver
as a popular uml fiisliiunable form ol
eiilerliiiniiieul. nml in fuel llu! Hie
cimrls uf liiilish Columbia had never
held lhe ii(.ii|inn tu lie a musical instrument, therefore he would lake
charge of the gun. llr, Fei hurst one
•demurred In lhe puinls brought forward hy the slipeiidiirj' magistrate mi
the following  gro Is:  (I) Thai  n
mini's house was his ensile; (2) Thnt
he wns physically a belter unto, nnd
<8)thilt .Mr. Liimbly wus under with
ilr.   Fentlier'sliine's hniid lightly fas"   vroTICKIn liorroliy glvon Hint, sixlv days
I allied  just abuve the collar nf Mr   IN   after .Into hereof mill lylotno
.        ,,   , _ ,     , ; lliillill'lllili' 111.' ( lllat  ri.lllllll-*liill|.| i.f   l.illlila
Lamlily s cunt..    One onlooker came nnd Works fur iierinlsslon to purohan ono
l» «'.  t*« y'» ««*- '". »nrt an-\l^_t'^^^ff\^l^
ulher lo Feiilherslooe's, niilii lhe de-. In tlio Provinco ol UritMil oliuubln, viz.:
, ,  , Ciiiiiiiiciiiiiigiil Hi,, nui-ili ivosl cornorof ilm
lnurrers liecitine su general Ibnl, iu lhe i north ivosl quarter nf bocIIoii ntnet  lown-
ioteieslsofliuv und order, Constiilile j sliil)sixlv,-iglil, running tlioiioonorlli livoiilv
. ononis, llionco easl t.iriv clinnis. llicncc snutli
Hiiivfry (Intel.f Innil creek) was com- sixty chains, I 'oor loss, lo tlio north bank of
the coin but n n Is.   Before R. Cilivslou,  commencement.      Itli'll.illli .1. HAVIIW.
.   ,.    ., ,        , ,       , '      llllli'd lliis IJlliilnv nf S|.|ilcliiiH.r. 1SINI.       '
J, P„ Saturday liisl.un lhe charge nf
I'csisl iiig on officer, Thos, F.-al hursluun
tins ciiinuiitleil fnr trial.
®
JERMS SL50 AND $2.00 PER DAY*
3SIo Clx.lxi.ese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (Jliws Accommodation.  Good Stabling,  Tormimta of Stage Line
fnnn Marcus. Wnshinfftou.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Prospeetors' Livery, • Feed and Sale Sta&Ies
Grand Forks, 15. C, Below the Bridge.
Livory Tosms, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladles' Saddle Horses
Hay, Crain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a Specialty.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE HIVEH. II. 0.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTXCE.
Iiiiiii interview with a renresi'iitii-
five of llie Winnipeg Free Press n few
days* ago,  Sir  William   Van   Hi,rim
Hinted Ihul llie company had no new
project mi build just now, hot were
merely jogging nlong. keeping up Illl-
|iri.veiuenlsiind walling fur Improved
li s.   The subject  uf  the ptonosed I days ttim Id* daw lioroof. to apply lb "tlio I
,,      ,  v   , i, .,       ,     .     .        Milling llocortlor for a eortillcnto of impi'iivo*
< rows West I'nss railwny having been  menu.for ilm pnrpmo nf ablaliilng nUroivn !
In-oaelu-d, Sir Willi,,,,, slated ll iif ffi'lilfeS lakpleo lhat notion, under
(', P. It. l-iltupnily wore duilig nothing i sootlon :'.", must lie commenced tiofnro llio
ill eonniTlion tiilh llu- prujecl,   TheMj'S'ikhffllii'ifiVofOctota'!iff'''°    8
nioiler, he'said, resled wilh ibe llu-; ——— ■*■»■*■**•»****'■■
iniiiion giiveriuiient, mid lie bud  mil MINEiiAL ACT.  1896.
Tni: (Iuu Minimal Claim. Sitoatb ix Cbn-
'i'!iti.(.'..Mi', is TlIK KuiTi.t: llivuu Minim;
Division ov Yai.k DiSTitior.
TAKE NOTIOE llnil I, John Douglas, freo
minor's osrlllleato No. 801110, lulonil, slxly
; FURNITURE!
! CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
' TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVES
-^UPHOLSTERING-^-
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
•w*/wv>
THE.
jwiiii-.j-,.
\?:n_TWPi£eff-!'&
Tui': JuMiio MlNUKAh Claim.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood Cit\, Boundauy Creek, H. C,
(luiibl  lhey would  lake  il   up in due
..una,..   Hiiwever, llle ('. P.  I!, look I     Certificate ol Improvements
upon the eiinslriiclI f lhe iimd in,
uf greul ll cnl  In lbe i ny, nml
would, dulllitluss,  llllllli  il   if Hilllsfnc-
lory iiri'iiiig.-iueiils cnulil be imidet but L,       ,  . ,,    ,
,',i     .      „  ,     Sltimlcd  In Copiici- Camp.  In  Il.e  Kettlo
whether it will he limit by ilm c. |», |[.     |1|vc|, M|n|ng |)|v|s|o„ of y„|o Dlst|.|ot>
ur soinelioilv clsi. is n ipmsiion thnl   -p IKF NOTICK Hull I   ('luis 1.II(Ireen nn
is iiiipnssil.le in ,in,u ea nl ..nseiii   Tlm i  I  iniciiifni'T. b. Bavai'o, froo miner's ocr'tld. |       We huve jusl opened lhe nbovo hotel nl (in wood Cily, and ure prepared
grealesl addliloii n, ibe w.-nlth .If the iiteojt5o.Wi1i?^ m'k '' K"""1-,""1 l"'"vi'1" «"'"' "'•'"l"11""1' "•  (1 Oat.urinK.   Firsl
llnininii.il Iii Hm future should come hereof. Innpnlylo llio Mhihm Itcmr-lcr for a class Livery 8tllhle.
. I'oi'tlllnitc nl liiiiiroionii.nl*,, i". 11.,- purposo .a;
fr lbe region In lie limned bv llle ubliiliiliignCmivii grain toll bnioclnlm.      iiimr\r\    D     VA/rTOTCTI DDflDDirTriDO
Urnw'sNcsi   Pass road, ,  iv,,,,:dL0^,W;^^^^^ &   WESTEL     .    .    PROPRIETORS.
inielfneeessarysli-ps were lake,, |" | ^^1'h^h^r^fcSrte^BS?■,* I   '
Situate io tbe Immediate Vicinity of tbe Boundary Creek Mines.
First-elass accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.     ....     proprietors
THE FASHION
. JP - 3/LLE - 3]
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
«*>g^MW*'**-'J»l#M'*t'f'
Goofl single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
oeutle double and single drivers and saddle horses. Horses
boarded In' the week or month.    Box stalls if desired. Horses
MINERAL ACT, 1S96.
secure il ; (libel-wine il will ct iltt i ll III* I
ih ii'i In the snutli ns il ia lining.
Work bus Iieeu begun on ihu Iirsl
undergi il electric liillwny  in   tlm  Certificate   of   Improvement-,.
world, lhe coiiHiriit'llou of which was |
STOTICB.
Tm. LKXINOTON MlS'laitl, Cmim.
Situate In Central Camp, Kettle Rlvor Mining Division of Ynle District,
•OKANAGAN
nnllioi'izeil hy :i liill passed through
pniliuineiit three years ngo, As now]
pi'iijecteil  Ilm   iiinlei'gi'iiiiiiil   nillwiiy
7III7'''IV'" "    "•'    ,Vi"    T'MM      ■'    ' 1   -'■''-'    "        'tl.-
tlireuil illl Ilm pi)|iiiln'i- Kiiliiil'lis iiiiiii    I  luronlfor.I.Tavlor,fi'i- Iner'scoi-llllcalo
Hllepheld's R..-.I, lulu I on, ,. le  ^li't^t)il ftlT^y'ZyTti
SAWMILL
KELOWNA EC.
Vim can nowpurcluisoooilar punel iloors, beiuilifully made .imi linislicil; whitlow snsli,
Inilis. slilna-li- nnil nil oilier kimls nl' liouso fnriilslilngs, ul tho Okanagan Sawmill.    Rough mul
fniirteei, sintiuiM will lap nil the aaa.,;   ;/■:.,;;.; ;*;,. ^/-,;;.■;'/, a/,/;.';\V ^,, ^^..^V.,,^! "JV.1i- M..-, 'I™™-'!" ' eonslanll) on hand.    Orders (r  Kellic Itivor lllstrlot solicited and prices
'''""" Komi i" lho  fiii'iilslimlupon apiillcnllnn In
I
nrleriesof I cm cl. Tin
if if.   ' .a.,     a ill I ..  nil  I -. ;.   ;,ni| ll.,
max ii  .leplh  illl fi-,-1, an.1  iieei .-
Iii    ■■■■,■
.     .
n
■:
.    n. nlune i.i il.,. iii.-,I .....
;•.    .ai i. .I..-: ''.hn' Pr|ons, .villi Stlglil iVdvanco (ocovoroosl nf frolght,
tt.   SjEQITIHrlB,  PBiOF.
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
1 lealer in hay and grain ; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Mission and Tronson sis
VV. Gardner, Proprietor.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION TRADING COT  .
tl.irs.in, U. ('., nnd Reservation Store, Nelson, Wash.
General .7 Merchandise
And Miners' OutHts of nil descriptions,  Our stock is largo
und complete und we believe you will find
Our  Prices an Object
If ynu wish lo suve money,  Give us an early call,  Fair
uml squiii'i. dialling is our motto,

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