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 THE
Vol. IV, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
411
i
. FALL GOODS.
Groceries, Drj Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Ming iiiiiI Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
Wo ha.VQ jiihI recetvcd our Kail ami Winier Steele ot tho ft bow And art)
(tolliiiK Hiinic »t very Jo.v prlooa, Su bofoi1. imriJliiuIrtg'your wlnlorKiippIIW bo
luro mid give us a Mil and lie convinced tliat our pl'IOOfl nro the
Lomrest iatx -tlxe -ftlax^teet-
W. T. Shatford & Co. I
Fnlrviciv, Oamp McKinney and Vernon.
I m   M. COCHRANE,
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
MR. F. S. HARVARD RISES AMU fiXI'LAINS.   line   !;                 , ,], smile eei'tllill lllllll- sillers n lelliniULie young lily, lliiil
her .if I'.   '   uul .1 il'is run eerl.-u'ii liis* n pi'nmisiug filllire,   'i'here lire, snid
.t                       sniucrrou Snuion CnruT, <-'■•>' w""ls an Interest or a Royally as ,,m,,,,  • , ,.,  .  p-,,!,,,,. ;, eeri.iin he. ul leasl twenty mini's ivitliiii llir.ii
iM Nota|(vPubuc,Cosvbv*no!8,Etc.                Remunora'.ion for Injury to ilu stock  ritlinIjim- t.I   in,,.-  pur illy uml nulke miicsof Hosslnntl iiiul. will liesliippi. g
|JI   Olllco I Glhnoro's Block, llariiaril Avenue,    '■     and Fonoos. ureal pi oil        Un calculates that, tills 'nre hi-fuiflliis li  uixl  ycnr.   Tills
$f!_ VKiixtix. ■ ii. c. ■   Xliefollowing uiiiqiiiexphiiiutiiinuf ivork mil en   n eeitain sum, nnil he is Is mil Ills nplni ly, hul ihul uf
if * 7] tliccliiliu juiupiiigal Vei-uiiii iippc-m  pieii*   mv i    put ihe esiiiniiie fry many Ihornugh mine,- ivllliul lie
|| pilKD. HII.UNUN,                         in a recent Issue of tin. Victoria Times   mv.  IJesiiins the work tind runs inlo -;,,,_,•.   Triiil,saiil lie, is rapidly grow-
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.            iver llle sigiialure of P. S. Ii.irnii.il:    exceptinuiill)'  Inni ruck, ur .welling ine; into a linvn.   Work on tlii'-ini'ller
41 ,,,„„   .   ,,    ,                          -'Tin- Incisure lli.•-!•.  Savciitl uru.*.- rnck. ni' i-nnnh.g ground, or strikes u i- heing rushed, ami new liulldings
r«   UBTlCEl .M.-irlins llliick.                                                                                       ,         , ,          „.,      . ,.
.*;,                                                            pcclnrs, inni li I y uuiiiitaiiiii-, tieni  huge llutv    I   «;ilei', requiring pumps, are going up everyivheii',   the right
If                            \ KiixoN. B.C.        .tl) MIV |..(ll,.|h limld,, mv fence, iiiiiI   in.I in  .  ■    .s the cost su eh of ivuy   i- ulieiiily cleared lielwecn
ii         ■     ~~     '                                                         auiullg IIIV slnek, llllll   l.ii'll e.l ulillei'.ll   llllllil   ...               ills I'lllclllllliullS VL'I'y Trflil llllll llnsshlllll fill' ll IMU'rmV gllllgl'
IJjpOIIBI'.'.SM. KI'RHV, I'.US., clniinsivlllloill linving taken Uieneees*  largely.   'I ' liu« nnl gul  llie railway,   The waterworks lelecliic
\ jj ,. g (, j,,                  miry legnl stops ami withuiil ohlahiiiiguuuiey, uuil   m.iiiiiI   raise  ii.  wurk light aie well under way,  The resoi'.
{permission uml  right nf enlry renin ceases  i al ,■    . u .■  i. scored,   Or, voir is coiiipleleil, ami it Is exported
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.   ] ine, ur putting up Ihesucni'lty ititpiirod  niayhe, when hu gels nl! ilm pliililied lh-iiul.-r ttill   he  turned  mi hefnie
imnunM   ,, ,.                 I under the act for any damage wliieli I   ivurit dune, lhe .„   ivitlin very cnni mon Ohrislin.ts,
iiilghl sustiiln,   In euiisi'ipien 'e uf this perverslly, full   u pul iiiitnnpi uariince Tin- Arrow Lake liraneli is nllgmdi il
TU c|jo\vi.;|,i, :|  8llvo  iimti'ilctl   I"   I, ni'   these wheie ll tvus expecluil, nr runs down  "ill,  ll xcepllun "f two or  llliee
.   "     '        ''"                            i niiiii'i'iil  claims  ineiiled  in   my own in value, or  bei r,  Imse.  ami ihi- short tuts, und nil Iho truck Is laid ex*
| uiiin e, .-mil li lift  I in-claim uiiiier-  necessitates u new plan of campaign, cepliug ii'inul  two miles,   ll  (till I
iiloredevel'.p.uenl may he required,urn completed In iihiuil a ttei-k's I iuu-.
change in lhe niellinil nf ir niiueni Thee(,inmunle.,lliin with llie Koole*
 Iul Ihis in ulve.s nil expenditure of nnv "ill I"' kepi  up fiiiui tlm iimlll
inure money than calculated, wit'., the line nf llie C, I1. It. all  winier.   lie
iiltei'lliilive of a failure. I'u,Una   stilled  Ihul  ('. A. It. l.ninhlv.
All I hut sn engineer nr au expert gold con.iun.sh.uor, arrived in Verm u
I'.-i u s,,y tihnul ni uinh't'eloped mini! or, t'linn Osoyuiwon Saturdity fm- llu* pin-
prospccl is its I'u ii,e proluihililics, and pose of fixing the securilies In he givi u
prohahlc cosl ..!' uiuking il n pay inine. hy lhe ininers who have slaked chilli s
TItONSON ST., V-KNIIN,
Office and Store Fittings a Specially.
It
CONTRACTOR AND BOILDUR    [ that, shuuld Limy desire thuse cliiinis,
I had mil lhe slightest ohjecfinn lu
  _        their living thuiu and wnultl iiinke
C  11. I.AT1MKH. "       "i!1";'1!',"^ I'",,ll>' «,';"1 ,'" th9' '
r, nnl Hint I   must   have lhe neci'ssai'i'
1'■'""*■»-''- legal security Ihal my fences and my
l liusiness uf slnek .raising  generally
■ tvuiilil mil, he Interfere.! with, uml Ihul
%
at tlie Foot of Okanagan Lake. $
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parlies.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land  Survoyor.
Mein. A.ner Sue. Irrig. Mugs,
Assaying'and Analysis of Ores " pi'n|11'''ll0rd al""ll(1 '« given for any
   .damage   In  mv prupei'ty.   Alsu Ihul
fur right nf entry ii siniill royally or u
G
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ CM.
T in ufieii Hi y .■ insiderasprohahilille
ivlial ma ,    !' ni' less remote pussi-
nu lhe Ii. X. inm h, us provided hy llie
mining acl    Vancouver World.
I small interest should he given nunc hliitics, and n lieu lhey get thocost, ol'l ►••<   —■
VKHNON, H.c.! iu these claims." things down  in nceitrtilu lifiun"*. .ill     Oct your hill heads, letter heads, on*
UTKOh' ...  'heir esthnales can  he sel nside as|envelo|'s, etc,, al The AdvancK.
St. Thomas Hospital, railway freebouTERS. visiunuiy.  The old miner knows Unit ••>■'
any pi'(.|.osed niining venture isquite provincial nuggets.
London, „_o.
They Take What They Want and Pay for It likely to cosl   muir limn reusuniihle
1HAS. E. COSTERTON,
uf ure taken from Ihehiillniu
est ill 111 I es, un   llle clllldiliollK existing! I'"'
when Hie tuui heglus, hecuuse Ihese "fthe Leitol shaft assayed $200 tu III,,
ciiiiililiniis niny change,  Pools rush in '""
Commission and Insurance Ag'tjTI"'{ si',"l'ly ,l,lk" "1ll;"  ''""'i"'"*vi'''1'"1'* " ''""' ""' *"'■ •"'""", *   Twoli.iul.v-l ,,-.i sev,.„ty.f„uri..u
want and pay fur ,t. ivhen I hey plonse.  |,|i,.v lm it, hm, as n nile, they score "I' ore un
Only Wiien It Suits Ihem,
Railway companies do no   respect
VEIINON, 11. C. I the  property  rights   nf the  people,
NOTARY Pii3i.DC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A,
Civil Eriairieer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN-
Irrigation Projects, Bnglneorlrg and Survey \
Work, witli Plans and Estimates In nny j
There is it case in polul ul Nun.Inn.
Pint uf the prnpei'ly i.s iitvueil hy li. K.
Luuiiin of Nelson ami Si-oll McDonald
nf Aliiswoi'lh, Tin' IOisIii ii'ihI Slocan
I'liilway, ivillio a iiiilniiiing a right uf
way, liuill ils innil across the innil,ami
shipped li
Kuslo Insl
flllllll-l'S.
IH    	
KErn.E river iiIinino iiivision.
week.
Tin' smeller al  I'ilni  lliv has heen
closed down no uroinuit of Ihu supply
Record of Mineral Locations Tor the Week j of ilry oru running nut,
E.idinK December 18. T|„, |t,,sslnii(l eluiin j p.i s nre he-
I L'. lull. I'liii'iileiice camp, A. J. Ale- ingprnseculed lnr (•niispiriu.y  hv lh.
in lining mi prnelically iieetn I musl '       '      '
- ., ,        -,   ,      inilu. iiwneisof the Uoiuestiikii.
nl  Hie griiuiul nu   which   un dings I, I,   ,.   ,.   ,   i   ,,    i      i
,,, ,  , . r    11. II. I . I eulr.il,   lleailwiiod  Mill i
(■..uul hi' I'i'i'cti il fur liusiness purpuses.
cnmpaiiys  rap.
Ned lien,.di.
,,,,,. ,  ,,. ,. „       ,,    ,        ,   ,, „   ,,    ,,    ,      ... Portion of tho Province Immedlatety At- "lilted llnil. their way nf lining husi*
fi.joa Bnatiflg and FiSiiiD,?.   How Boats anil Sail Yac'its for Hirs. -""Wtc. L« „«. i,i.i,i„ ,_, i,„i u,„i,i„*v
     ■     -.   . ■_ - , Maps nnd Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos; cnilld nnl he iii.nl.* rei peel llie piiiperty
I   District and Mining Camps of KettleHlverfflghls of otlu'cs ivllliinil ex|ieiisiie Iiii-
;   Mining Division. ,   ,.   ,
i,ailani, nml il.nl  lhey were pii'pnii'il
lit. Ci
Copper rump,  .1.   I..
LEQUIME   JSl^OB.   <&  GO.
XX. VB Xa O "W BT A..
Dry Goods, Grac3Pies, Bdy-M]-. Clatliing, Hardware, Etc.,' Etc.
Orile.'s frum the Lower Okiiuilgnil will receive prompl Attention.
PilfCKi Reasonaiile.
There me 3,000 Ions uf ore un the
lump nf ilia I,"It .1 mine, It .sshind,
i wail iug shipment I n I he T, ail smell er.
BOUNDARY FALLS. MIDWAY and VERNON.
Ki;
liy I !n t
Mt'Ciillofh,
Hi. ('..imaiiinteiillh. (luppet' catnip, -I- A meellllg ni' UWIlfrs nf mines was
I,. M.'Cnlloch, hi-ld i"  ttiMSkwl  Lis' it.;'"!.: "iiii llu*
hi. iSpukiiue, I'liii idence ciimp, ,1, A, ohjectof uniting for protection against
Prank. claim-jumping,
13. Empire.   Ginntl   IVuiiie.   Ale;-:. The liydraulle plant of the Anglo*
1"1""- Aiiieiiiiin linlil Mining ciimpntly, ou
13. Netn, Hruwn's ciimp,   Alherl   P. ,|„, siiiillkniiie.ii,   is all   ready fm
McPhilllps, opernllim in lhe spfing,
MINING ENGINEER !mofll"'i; rfnsTd'   A .sm,,,tl !"»• I   ' ilhnlm. '''""""    '''  The Hall Mines company nf .Vis,,,
Ilo liligii
J. C. HAAS,
stated ihal Hm railway company
ivuii.d pny $ 1,1X10 I'm' Hie Inn I in [|iu«.
linn uml  luke   eighteen  months in,
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH HIiEHIN; Praps.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,|s
TURNINGS, Etc
1v11yl1asenleredS11111l1.il since, and Its ,,   ),|]I,.llK  f)mdwood camp Churics 'iivi-piiii-hus-nl the Irun Ilniid elnlin,
iwnni's had in, respect fur eltlier the       H.irii'u'lun. Siocitn, the ore carrying the right per-
ul eniiip,('hull
ntage of iron lu smell in cuihiiiu-
linn .villi lhe Silver King me.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast  cedar worked  into  furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factory en C. P. R,, Vernon.
midway r r
iiiii/ll n i,     w.    \,. UM.-ilii UIUI     *     ni (( il     I H I, VI * I »     Ml     jlH*>*ir>.      iiii,
 I, ,   .,  ,,      ,,    ,-,„ .     ,   • II. .Sl.iuil.-ird, il.'.-ul.t
, Leiiiiin nml .ilclbuiiid.   Thev simply        ,. ,
C    P    rnQTFBTflM   l«td truck  where P.i v wauled il laid, '   . ,"'""""'"-.,      ,,
v_/.  T.   LUO 1 UK 1 UIN    ,, in ,    i   ,      10. Quei I S|..ln, tlnppet'  Mini,     Sheppard's c a in, Cm Inm,   wich
,,1„,^.„>, „  ,                   and tola every  in go in hades, ,,.      .. ,.       ..                                      ,   , ■
1 l-.IIMIN. H. r.                     „,,                   . .     i   ,,   .    ,     , lniis. jlelliiuiu'll.                              tins it in lied in ,i  ten-  11 mil   in,um, r
_                        , lhey were I'lijiuueil; llieir Iruck tt-ns   „, ,.         ,           ,.    ,       ,            ,,     , .                         , ,;,    ,
—A-BTBtuxtt Por-              ,„           ,,,.                ,.    ,    .,,   .     lh. Pennsylvania, Ueadwiiod ciinip, 15.   Ihis scasun, has imieil 11111111111,1.11,11.
toru up,   lhe courts .1, solved the in* ,, ,,                                            ,.   ,,                 ;   ,,          ,, .,
Tho Angle-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale I jmiciinn 1   Ihe   Irnciis   were   reluiil.   ,„!',"', ,.     .,                   On lhosaine eivuk, Senator Reid, net-
Importers of Wines and Spirits,             j Neil her uf ihe niilwiiy cmnpn spay. ,,"'',',;"'.""' ' l"V!,ll'"r'' '-""I1-  '"'-''"' ^"uli-eul liurln's. hus huniled a
,1 dull.ll'fol Il.e laud lhey use in .Snn-
(loo; and whal is inure, neither Intend
tn pny 11 miliar.   Ai Nelson I he Citnu-
'Icliolles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
 A-f-re-xx-t, For—
The Okanagan-Spalliiinclieeii Dists.
FOR
I'i. I). Rlneni', gnai|i nf claims iur $10,(01, uiuking a
17. Lltllu Oiiint, Oiand Forks, W, C. .-.'.m pay nl   Iheieon.   Thu grnund
lliii'i'is iiikI Jnlin li'iyeiix, is I'l'iiinikiihly 1I1I1 mid a good ivulei'
17. Hlack  II mat,  Wellington  camp, r'ghl has heen scciu-ed.
ter frontagn of the luwn, iillhuiigli I ,„  ,,.  . ,'        ,i ',      , ,,        The (iurihno linld Fields coiniuiny
,  ,r  , ,   .. ,.  .   '     IS. I uns; in a,, Ueiidivoud (■nniii. Fer- ,        .-. .   ,       ,    . .     ,,'
uiie-liiilf ul llie li'iuilat'c was ilislincllv;        ,.       , ,,. have ul lute heen Inivingsomo Iroilhle
.    , ,,     x, ,      "         ■ iliniiiu! IIU Iniec. -,i ,1   •   1 ■   ,1 .   t
prumisi'tl the Nelson uul Fort Shep*  ,T   n „  ...  ,,    ,       , , ,,. with their lug Hume mi oecnunl of .
diiiii  PnciHc hns ,.|(.ipiiri.il the en Urn
water frontage of the lown, although
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
Tho Insurance Co. of North America,      purd railway.   The half proinised lin
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
Tho Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
Tho Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co,
The Dominion Building & Lean Association,
17  .Nnv year, Dcadwuoil camp, J,W,
l.inil
fllelease   III    Willi
jnillc.!    with SHOW
Nelson ami  Furl Shtiinwrd railway is 13   ,',    ',,   ,   ,,    ,       ,           .,.,       »nd  shi-.li, Iuu   niil huve un sei'lom
,,     ,     ,,      ',!          •       li. It'we Ihul, Deuillt I camp, Urns 1,     ,„,, 1     .   1. .       1,   .
General Real Estate & Financial Agt,
NOTARY PUHLIC.
nnl used hv llie Caniltliiin Pacittc, lilt 1 .,
is,,',,.., ,     , llnmphrev.
tlie Nelson and Fori Slieppard railway,
were it to iiinke 11 move lo occupylha -EHTll'loATiss nr wnnK
fi-iinluge. wnnlil l«. enjoined hy thai  13. •'• H. I'. A. Ilolhrook.
ciunp .my, and  llu'ru  is n  possihlllly TnAXSI.'_Hfl
Iriuilile. Their work is tti-ll ilunr and
the principal purl nf ilu* wurk yel In
ilu i- lhe laying of lhe pipe line. The
I'liuipnny hope logel started ui-xl sen-
sun In up.-rule the   plant,   hill   if  lhey
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on liniiii at lleasunahle Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POW E l» S, Proprietors.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
Al^MSTK'ON( V, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots antl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing-, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   A N I)   B ACONS,
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE,
WOOD,   CATCGrJ.1.1.  <_*  OO., .       AXMUBTXIOXTG.
HARRY A.  GUESS, M. A.,
iSuccossor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
ancl
ASSAYER.
MIDWAT,  33. O.
RATES; Gold, Silver, or Load, $1.00 each;
Coppor, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Cold,
Silver, and Copper, $3.00. Other
rates on application. Samples from
a distance will receive prompt nt-
tenlion.
lhat the injunction tumid mil hedls- iii. Wyoming, „ inleresi, J. ,S. Heed In '■" ""')' "''" I-'1'1  nlmig reniarkiilily
solved In- lhe courts,   The Cniindiiin t' .M'iln'll. well, for I here is much In he duni,
Pacilic  makias  politicians  judges   in III. Arizona, ,', Intereal, .1. S. Heel In Vaiienuier Wnrld,
('iinniln.    Kailivny e panics should Thus. AV. Slack. Henry Gnidner nud  l-'.d.   Ooddiird
1 niiipellcd   Iii   respect   properly  li). lied (.'I I, J inleiesl. ,1, S, Heed have lien nl muk fur the pail lluie
rights,   There is nn good reason why lo Tims, \V. Slack, weeks on the liili'iiiiilinmil, 1 lie uf Il.e
11 man wilh 11 hundred thousand iinl- Hi  Jumbo,,'  inleiesl, Alex, Scluellc mosl piou.Wiig claims lu liieOsoyoos
Ull* invested in 11 railway should huve to 0. McDonell. dlsliut.   Ail of Ihe «mk t'lU'eio far
power nol given 11 intin Willi n like 13, AHzona, J inleiesl, Alex. Schiclle  Iieilalm Ins Ikii cf a piosiiclli g
sum invcslcd in a  sawmill,    Nelson        roC.Mel) II. nature, iTnss-iullii-g md iiumiiliu
Ti'ihuue. ■;;   lllui. Hell, J Inleiesl, Ale„.,Schrelle n„. au'ifu,,.  ,.f  lhe  h,!ge,   'lhe  Insl
lot'. MeDi II. nnil, dune ins lhe sinking ufniluifl
111. Onlarln, A interest, Alex. Seln-elle al, ul liielve ful ilu..   Mr. Giih'ik,.
49 4
A COMMON MISTAKE.
There are hhitulers and hliiuders iu
mini' iiiaiiiigeineiil, and lhe comii.tiii-l
Inf. .Mi'lliinell.
II   Wild   Hose,   i.i
siaii s iiiii! when they rjtill nml, Ha n
Interest. I'.  K,  ens I f,ei nf,,,. in ll,,. Inllmu if ll e
eslnfullislnulleiiipl  I ill;..' II11.illl' I       Bl'lgnuili lo A. It. I'liigluiiil. .|;,||,   The ni ei 1 ill huge | ('Kent.
|lipiiylngi'0licern (villi loo II ll In en pi-  "   U '"II." l.<!.K,Brig* nge nf ...| per, as high a- L'8 |rl n-lil.
Inl.   Onenilghl us Well trvloes'iihlisli        nmil to A. it. Flngh.n.l, h.-nlng !,,.„ nhlnhied in .... nssny of
Send Vou.- O.-lisr to-*w.~    Lmi( f(le|„1.|,.soi'whu!es.,ieniei'c„ni.ile "' AHznlm'' ''''"'''•»'• •!■ s- l! "
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones -^"Ti^i
1 " of coses, to iiinke
esliihllslimt'lils uiih small enpitnl nml
V, ill llle greal illll ji 11 il y
1 make n  mine pay uiih
For Implements, Wagons, ""'""''"i1'1"1- Oc-c.-slou-iiij- perty
J hus lii'en  disciitcreil   which   hus puiil
Buggies, Sleighs Etc, Etc.. fm- Its il-ell developtueill anil fitrulshed
™ 1  n   ,    ,t , -   1     the pi'oflls necessary tu erect mills and
Flow and Feed, Hay and Grain,!"....him.>. Ii,,,';i":i i"i"'m -:""
Uii.de  prolitilhle hy develnpuig pens-
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $53
an acre, well improved.
Win. M.filll.iill.
II. lieil Cl.iuil. ', iiiieie-i. .1. S.  Reed
In Win. iliCiliiieh.
II. Tip Tup, !, inleiesl. ,1. ('. linns In
W. II   lli, Lini..
Hi   Pity Ruck, ] i resl.,I. W. Nelson
In.I. I'. Olsen.
-uiI'm.un..   0knniiganOuih.uk.
.Mining imitlcri iiiiiii id Nelson nro
ipiiei fm- lhe present, uml Incal inleresi
Is centered mi ilu* deal fur ihe Fern,
I'iiiieku ami Hidden Treasure, lliree
claims en Hall creek, Th"se lute heen
hooded by Frank Flel. her nml Thu-.
.1. Il'ininii In F, (', Inni'- nt Vnoiiin
17. Miuini View, O. Ailliiif Rendell U.
I ,, g i".   uiiiier lhe Inllinmig terms; Tli
18. Eleelrle, 4 inleresi,,!. A. Frank to "«""'"""''; "' I1"' "' 'd uucealtv,
-Innil,  null, receiving $l,o(Xl in easl
peels nnd adding mills, roads, hulsliut,
works, Irninwiiys, etc, uud nil ih,,,.,     SP""';''1'ii''"""'"w; ..... fur Hint purpose, ilu purchaser re*
llililirs eiml    I,imi,iv    nml     ., I,,    , ' "<■   1.11  lil-l,.'. .'. Mill Ka-I. .1. A. I'l'IIMK   <l        .   . ,' '
IHHIgsrosl  111 5, unit, iis ii rule, a reiving at the su  llu ictpini'lo|.
Kl'dlttleallllOl iey Uinn llie in,.*-.        ,/ w  ,     ,        ',   ,   ,■     ,   , Inleresi.   He  cnn   furlliei' iienuiie   n
lierienci'd uu,,, eslimale,   llu,   ,cl„„   IV Mngnel.     inleceal. .1. A. I,i„,h „, ,. 1((| ^  ^  ^^$^1*
i      '      f  ii   j r ri they are innde proflliil.le Ihere is nol Ii- "        utneiinnii, ]||||(   ^ x|   ^ ^ halnnce nf  ihe
Lequime»»Lioyo-Jenes,Kelowna.|h.g ,ii-i.h,iuiheiineofii'gii!„„.i,.,|       thborbatintbhioh i""i"^ «in i,a ,. i,i« „ is,
  .. . Ihouesl,  pciiiluclite in,hi.Iry, which ',-■■ .lune, l8B7i.ll pnyinenl  of ,$:.0,000.   ll
W. IUIiRYMPLE |lls I'l'uillitlile, Bays   the   Mining   In- What a Competent Authority ll»« to Say Is unilei-sloial that Mr, li s is a, ling
duslry, Coniornlng Its Crttvih and Progntft, fursomei.f lhe chief ullieiiils uf the C
er«?T.-r„_-.-,l     X.„*r-..*il_-itiii t.In
FAIUVIKW, H.C.
All   Kind; of Ropalrlng.   HorscKhoc!n*f a
Specialty.
The cuinniiiiicsl   mistake  made in
milling is In uiiiieresliinuli! llie inniiey
necessary,    Willi n  pi'iiuiistng pins-
peill, une ('(iinniunly says, " When I
.Indge Spinks, Willi  is nnu   in lhe I'. II. ul Mu.ilcc.il.
city, ii.is recently returned frum  a -        ,*.
judicial  ti-u   I,. Neis   Kii-ln and Piniiiui'i'clal   jih |iliilli<j  c *. i • -  at
Hi.isla.ul.   The l.ilti'c pluce  he con this tlt'ir tl lit ill ihUt, THE ADVANCE.
jsticu-lies, Imt (i|ii*c pmspw^tRc r;i snii
i d'etre of t\w wU-t-Wirpof etich Is- iu;nli-
plain,
i   Aftor the Hivolumvl *>f -wml \wv
]•
a—-l
_•*•>
IV. II. KOBIIIS HKOPRIOTOn
I'libliibeil  weekly   at  Midway,  11. C.
.■uiisrriiiiiiiii Price, $2.00per nnu..ni. payable meinhcrs, the election nf a hoard of
li;,u™?,f'iWsnbI-,K!y " Mh'™* '" ",l: <"«<»" f'»'>«!« «'<"■ Proceeded wilh.
Ailvortlsiiigltalcs-outonappHoaUo- Seventeen nan.i'S weie put forward,
Though lho ci.luiiiiis uf The Anviscr. ure , anil tlie hidlut resulted in lhe elioiee of
nltiiiva iiu-it fm-the ilisisv-syH, nl n.-lei* ul '., r, ..        ,. ,   ,, ,
p-i!i!i.-iiii..i-...aiiiiiiliiii|iii'iiini'i', we ilu not i.e.-   -Messrs.  Bailey, Crmttl; J. Murray. ,1.
Ki-ssiu-il.i-ciidiii-sii niiyi.fi he millions oxprossod.   Jloitbun, II.  Nichiil-on,  L,  Pi iilhiiin.
I'irres|uiiiili'it.,*iif ii i.s-s,m*,l tiiitui-e tvilluiit lie ' .... ,    ,,
punished, i A- MeLeniuui, W. II. Ritynier, G. 0.
 -    Rus*,T. W. Sterling uud F.,l. Watson.
.MONDAY. l»Ki RUBER 23. 1893.     Mr. I Collins was onaoiiwiwlyelected i'S
—* auditor,
CLAIM JUMPING. The sec.vt-ry,  Mr. (i. ('. Hose, then
- - brought fnrttiird u proposal Lu inenrpo*
Al .III indignation meeting rmiilly .'ale I hr society wilh u view to nliluiii-i
held hi Vernon, n resolution was pul j ing a govern.oent grant, tlie money,
.mil (-(iiiii-1 itl-inlinously, hi'seechlng  ifsufllcienl. In lie expeillliil lu a full j
llle gni'ernini'iiflii.tssi'alilsprernjntive jshow, eiiiLi'iicing fruit, llowers, vege-
powot|iuid Issueinstiurtlonstii theinin* luhlrs, Held   prodiiee. ilnicying ..nil
ing.eciiiilersiil' lhe pa,.ti.ice. nuih ir-i|.n„lliy.    He  read ll   few   fuels und
l/.lng llieni mil iiiallow usee I record stallslles in stippoil nf I ho scheme,   li
of a piece nf gi'imnd wl luui Hie fullest was a good thing, he helleved, to have
investigation   heing   tn nle   in!.,   tlle  the suclety llieorpiimled, m ii grant
cisa   Al Ih-.-l  sit gilt this would, seem  would he ful'tlic ing,und ivhellier a
 ' :        j   it-U-nl  I'l'ine ly fur llu-  -him wns held or mu lhe ninney eoiild
-  nl   ',.. |u   .ting.   A moment's  he used to thu henell   ... the district
■ ,i
a ' tin!
nml Hun such it ii'tiiedy tvuuld he nliu  iiiliershipuf itlutiii 80 at $2 oiirli, oli-
gut lierlinpi'iii'tlcahle, Any niiefaiuiilar liilncd a yearly gram nf $ 1,(11(1 Th#
with llle iiiothiid adopted Hy lhe nn-; ninney, hi' considered, tins not ullli*
jirily ol' ut!-. ■ ■ i i 11; 'ia description nf aether wisely sown liy lint society, Us
llu, ground which constitutes....iilueiul their see, etni'y was hniil ij.allll u vein-,
ciiinii, wiil laa 111. lllld i-l.mil Inni i md niiniii SlOtl iiicm-m was spent ill
easily llie law could lie evade I nu | tin 'nooks ami imigiizlnes lin- ilu* tneuiher
ciMTrnT 'mmmmmmmimmmmmwiw grand prairie
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.  tlltlK KETTLE
ist Beceived
% &:
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A Fi!
HA Rubber Bouts
MERCH/i   .   FAIR1 IEW
mm
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W. Largest and best-assorted stock in the W
mmm »■
SOTJTHEBN
Ami
IB.TBBIOR
Hs.
ft
AimllCl'llK'H s
n , \mm
Uversnoesl -&
Ha Manitoba overshoes,
;|{ FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED,,^
mmmmmm wmmmmMm
Hi
«i>
#
$
Ha Also a New Line of
cluim  lumping.   A in nneiil's   lie used liilhii liein.'u   .,,   llie dislricl.
.    ivill   e.intinee nut     lie inslnnced    Il.e   euse   of       li. I'.     1 W,,- D Ln|/n.Cl'
'   Mich  '...ill   lie  llveilsia   ll'.llicillliirill   sociely,   wliieli,   Willi ,1   ^[[       f| Ul/1      Didlli\*jlU
Sit
4,1
Kit
4.1
H.i
4,1
JOYFUL-NEWS
A'  'OKANAGAN gAWMILL,
KELOWNA, B. C,
...    Goad Stabling.
PR10K8. REASONABLE.
mclaren bros., proprietors.
nrjiCKs.Mrrii shop is connection
Singe Lmve ctkj Monday and   Wcdneiday
for Mi-vus. Wash.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAM, PROP.
mil nf the balance niim.il sUKi tin
spinil in piiliiislilng theii' itniiuiil re
port, which uu duiiiii coolitlneil soon
inluuhle information, Tlle goveri
nient gi-uuihh'.l ill giving- g
new sucielies, Inil with a lit11
tuliiiiig recorder deceived hy Ihi uu-
sen.pith.ns  Individual   lin ,wn ns  ih-
cluim Jim,pel'.   This would (be inure
r iiitlily npplyluchiiinisuccupyinglsi 1 ,t.
ed positions, as in ...uuy wises the nnly
description  given of lhe  posilluil of
ihese I'l.ilms would  lie linn, the ills* Inf grants to weak and iininipoi'liint
rnvery Btake  wns siluale so  many surlutles, thine thai were entitled lo a
miles In sumo instances fr  u certain grunt froui the position anil resources
given poiul, nnd, under these circiim* nf their district would receive a fair
s.i'tces, all lhe unscrupulous one would share without, flllthei' increasing lhe
have lo ilo would I.i* Iii suppress lhe, gross vote. Mi' did mil I'tnislilei- a
fui Uml ilm same ground had i.eeii I shown! Kelowna would rival llle Ver-
previously local, 'd, and it would lie im- nnu -hmv, lull would rather snpple-
■i.ssihle I'm. lhe mining; recorder In uientit, us fruits and niter porislmhle
i l.'ulil'y il. I; would hi'.i' heen far cxhihitsfiiini the district and from the
nine in keeping will, Vermin's citi* lower country would suffer less handl-
r.e:ia' iuieiitio is. had  they petitioned  ing nnd injury Ihiin tlie trip t" Venum
ilii'governineiil In : mil tlio Mineral  wilh   ils   li'iinshlpint'lils  al   present
A "t, hy inserting u olausu nuking ir necessitated. Vernon would, yet re-
uhligatory upon the part ol the appll* main, Ihe .center for lite stuck nud
i*.;i! fir a iit;o.'.l of nillijr.il Ull--, t i  grain, and as the proposed shotvat
^McNICOL
MIDWAY, B. C.
SJIST ARKIVED
You can now purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made and finished; Window Sash, Laths, Shinoles and
all other kinds of house finishings; Roujrh antl Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
I_.   I____Q'C7XZk__X_, __»XCOP.
EXCELLENT BOAB0
OOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C
MKN'S
Arctics
Ciiniliiiiiititni
mid boot,
Lumbermen's   l^uli
bers, i'I'his HOTKi, nkkdi_ no
Snow Excluders,     f_ar "Fa
Tliiee-buckle    Ert\-
,   HOTEL KA EMALKA
shoe
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   -   -   -
W.J. MEAKIN   -   • ;_-_- PROPRIETOR
IJ UK 'I AI, H I*J('() M M KN D ATION
tfl-B Ad'oiuiiiiKlutioii ul! Hit- Blonmoua Jllliotloil   Ho,use.Till
iii ike iindei' oath u tlechirathm lu the
i I'tei'l thnl such ground, al llu* tune of
locitt/un, is iiimeeiipieil.
I'm' tail' part vte see very little reason
I iiiiii I'l'ei'i-tviththelaiviisii.nowslai (Is,
us llieie slinii'd he very little cause of
t'limphiinl itgiiin-i n law ihul ttill hind
perors,
Rubber boots.
Hull    ii   Ira;
Kelutviiii would I ii held in Seplenihei',
inriiiers iu the Okanagan valley from '
nurlli In .smith would have Ihe privilege of cxhi.li.ilillg at lintli itinivs.
Mr. Huiley nnd Mr. Itnynierstrongly
supported  Ihe   proposal,   the   hitler LADIE
sliitiiig Hint n .show  -I-... '
irelltl!    mn as  tt In a
in, , || ail Illll ,1   :  .    a. lllllllll.l,
ill      i    .   a ; A     illll   .. I'l , iaua nil' a n,. ..I sun'.' -.   Hevi ra; meni
i,      I   ; a  ■ i.!ii...ii. 'i,..,aaiiimij-i.i ,n    h,is  cspiesseil their ..pinions, wliieli|
lililiiug  ie,,.1,1,1..  mill |   m r hIkivc . tteie gcni'inlly tiui.iaUiv lo lhe incur*
. in > In-*.! hy n ir gill cn.uHilssiiuiers, ponilioii anil Ion sliow.   L'ltiiimloly It; r»j.TTi DPFN'S
illll coiistilitling Iiiiiii a voncl, jutlgi   was moved hy Mr. Kuse, unit secomled
and jury all  iu  one,   Our legislator.-  hy Mr. PrltUiaui.lliat the society re- Arctics,
liad hi'llt'i'iiu.vu slowly iu this niatler, suite in Iuvihuu incoi'pxir.itcil under
us we heiieve ii   ttill  I,, found a ditll   ilui'iicl I'i'giiliiliiig >l*' ini'iii'piii'.itim, of
I'll I thing n> legi-litc uguiiisi |lie clahn lagl'h'illllll'iil sucielies,  Cui-ried. CERB'IAN SOCiGanl FELT BOOT..
jiun;>e',wil.li(Mit!nfi'iii,dng in sn netviiy     Mr.  lUiley  then   hruught up lhe
upon lhe righls of the Iiiiiii li.li. uiiiier. i'liiesli f   ainnlgainiiii.iu wilh   lhe
>,<                             ivelowna ShlitLier**.'   union.   He  con- Tl-_,-_..._i'  _   f?l_„j;_„ fl.
A. AND T. ASiOC.IAT.0-. | ,,,,,,„ ^ „ tlu, ,„,,„„„ ,,  ^] ^   ^gjO£
he Ihu suuie, and lle helleved  hotl,
MKrAlllilSTII'II)   I.HH-.I.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".TUBILT-E   I-'AK'.M."
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
BOOK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF HOCK CltEEK.
XX.   Flttendl-ah,   _«:■_-_-.
I'OISV-CUSS   AilCOMMOUAIIOS   fOll  Gu»
GOOD STABLING
trliireUi-iil rw-inifon Kettlo Hlvci_er
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H. KEYES, Prop.
GiskI Accoiuumdation,
Best Liquors aud Cigars.
Kirst-( 'lass Stahling.
ARMSTROMG, B. C.
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
I
(Our Si'i-oaltie!
\';';-:'-ii(.-s Profitable in
frees Free fror   Pests.
bi tisli i •■ lumbia
1   This v i
anil out, al
llUtlllllllM
.inilconi.ni
ab iiibila,- (biishcd I" use Insid.
ist ii.'tv, witli good stable antl out
cntrally lucato'l in  tb» v.lloy
Is 11 UOOll I.'.I lia    II -l.iil.ls nil  lis
I'KGl
v i> mi :amb.vtal trk::s, :'..: ;t    t;:i> vi .:; .
own a: iiinib ot ttt-oi uilahitll aoroi
an i'- it   ■■ -a hwi -an ml,
11, CNlCl.t,
,i  I.a'  I'
ree ( atalop-ue.
Hi
Mann
-....', a     : ..
■U.S0 ■'! . lr;'aT-CLA3S
BLACKSMITH SHOP
......In-. OUTFIT iii TOOLS.
. *J-rta7-*-J*W-**.sJ-v-a--
•■o
^i.idWay Feed arid. Li^er-ij Slables
The
;;:,„:::;;;: 1 chemist & druggist &
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■aiiia.l General Meeilnr; nt Gltanagcn  , , ,   ■
mu.i-., ■ would heiiellt I'veiiuil.inalii.n. Alivelv   ~.,,. ,   -.-   ., ,, , ,-,--,-<i -.-,
sna-iiii rnii-isiiaiileiic... ilisciissioti arose on this point, several ®\-il©"S-S-.^-_J^
Tlie minimi geiiur'nl niueling nf ihe jiHeiiihersinsisllug Hud the union wins ti ffl
iiliin..!i-sneiiilimiiv.i!ilii.|,lin the Iiei,.  a striclly Irniling hoily. nud Ihal June- ffl       J. S. DONALDSON       Q£
vi.lill scliiwl  house isu Siiliin.iy, ,|u.  lion wilh il woiililiui'tlii involving llie rgi ,;m
Illll ilinl.  'I'l..*.-.' tvii-t.-i. li.ii'iau-iKLni,,-,.  A*i'11 T* ..i-siK-tdlLuii iu all Hm Imsini's-    '     -    -■   *'
of inliei-s ami I L_*-|M_lilii-. H'nnsuctiuii*.   A motion, pin|	
Mr. ('co/.iei', the presiili'iil, ujiened M'1. Biilley uiui -uconded hy Mr. Kay- ffl
prnceediugs wiih .-, fen words of wel- i""'1'' WIW nnM '" "Vi*'1"' " '">"' ffl VERNOW, B. C.
i-oiuotiilhe gal heing. unit hegiui the mtilfe «if lluvu and lhe president lo ffl
liusiness hy eiilliug u'VMi the si'i-relary ; eoiifer willi a Miuiiuiltee of lhe same 35
lo rend ihe inhuiii's of ilu. previous I'-Wilierfruio the union its.tu lliu pussi   *'■
 ling, wliieli were read and mi m„. lullty oJiiitv-t.l«ai__i.tini_,
tim..  iiilnptetl,   The  report for 18)6     ll wivsnlso resolved lo ealU-pohllc ffl
was   Ili.ii   i.'1'itil,   slioiiiui;   th.ll   lh,. 'Uieelinglo ...eel Mr. (iriil.in  Wed*|ffi
sociely win fairly tH'osperoivs.allUougli'. nesdny.lKih January, su ihul that gen* rjb
no  exII'itoiillniM'y   elVm-ls huve   ',-,.,, fllemilll llll|<lll he  nhle  lo  gain snme   ~.
uiiila in Indiiet' fiii-iners to Join t|„.[ideiiof thenppropilatitins rei|iilrt'd for '.-^
iicii'ty.    Stillicii'iil iinines uml su|,.'■ I'uuds ami other iinproveuients iu llie ffl
Maokay Ing-ini
PHOPRIETCR.
i'.IUVKX Tl'* M.lltOU8,  l'l.NTKTOX  AMI  -l|...:ll POINTS   .   .   .
'Ibis liuililing i.s tw. ,(u,cys nig,- ami suuitt.
uu Us own rri-.i;.iiit ia, Ie,.lf, m man' h. exlent iiu_
<U ill ai:il('.'..|'.aiaui^ liiiaiiiiisH luislt.!/ilt.
b'uu TuiMS Xtrvc to
II. NU'HOUSON.
Okanagan Mim«un;
*j> at atatatKT^at ai,$ita,iatat at, grat at^itat at at at at at at at at
t',14,1ft ft ft ft 4.1 ",1 ft 4,1 t',1 ft ft     4,1 4,1 7,1 4',1 t'tlftftT'S 4'.1i',ii'.lT'ST'S
Sit    -n—. -,.-„.»_.     -..-».   -—.  --    -   ^             Sit
ti A Full Une ot
4'S
I FURNITURE!
ha Ha ha	
Drugs
Patent medicines
Toi'et'Articlcs
Trusses, &c.
ia
sit
1CHEAPERTHAN EVER | «
A'l'
Sit
at
t_3_*
$t=j
Stillicii'iil unities um. 	
siiriptiuns hud heen collected In defray I v«lli»y. ffl
the slight expenses uf It,,- sueWyiinil     A l'"l'lli''1 v"u' ,S tll"l|ks lot-hen- jj^
im morn, wlille  a   nucleus   tins' I luis  liih.g nlllccls for iSil". wns tuoveil liy  gs
iiil'lned   for nny  uii't'Hugs Uml   were   Ml'   l*"'llllllllli ami   .seconded   hv -Mr. ^
railed.   The snciely ililenil, luiwever, jHnuey uud curried I iy acchim.illini,       ffl Mini  Hrftv.  ift.n.i Oft  un-
•o hecouie iiime uggi'i-sn... in ilm yen,      T'lie iiiei'l illg Ihi'll uilioiiriieil and a ffl
IS'!). iiiei'l ing nf ihe hniil d of directors was "fl
A-i  snme confusion   oiks   In  lhe " liatt'ly held, wlien Mr.  II. \V. ffl
iniudsof mniiyiis In the relatkinship tUynieK wttseUreted president, Mr. .1. ffit/i^raffii^/JRmmmjgilgi^
heUeeu the KeliHimi Slvlppevs*uiilnn V'- PMrnm, vh-e-presluenl, and Mr.  ismw^W^^mWiViy&WW
nml Itu* Agi-ii'iiUural and Trades as-[0> ''■ "osu Wils te-elei'ii'd seet'etary-
soi-i.-ilimi   of   Okiiwigmi   Mission, a1 reiisui-er ■ all  hy   aceltiMiiilliin.    His
uii.lil  he ns well Iii explain, us ivn.s' Hxeiillency tlie Eafl uf Alienleeii wus
|ininleii mil ul tlui ini'i'iiitg.liuii ih,. unnniui<sisly    re-i'lei'ledi     Uiaoriiryj
A I 'I', iissiiciiiiinu wn... fis'iinsl in picskletil.
Coimtr;   Will   Receive
Prompt Attmtlm.
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|||-Campbell Bros.-1
k ^ | TWO CARLOADS JDST ABRIVEB :| -g
iii.   ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.    at
rka 4.\
at a,t a tat at atK.it,at,^at Statat SiHUliHAHS HAH' *'* at at at at at
4.1 4,1 4.1 4.1 4,1 4.1 4,1 4.4 4.1 4.1 4,1 4,1 4,1     4,1 4.1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4.1TS 4,1 't'STST'S
S't
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MARTIN   BROS.
LbULVLN« HOVSK I'OIl
Hapdwape, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Vexpxioxx, B. C.
mum palls
ARCUS and MIDWAY
SJTAGB  LIME
and
EDWARD ft. HAIN, Nelson&FortSheppardBailway
ALL RAIL TO NELSON, B. C.
Only through line to Nelson,
Leaves Marcus..
'Arrives Midvfay.
Arrives Marcus..
. .Thursday and Sunday at t> a. m.
HA
DEALKJIN
SPECIAL ATTENTION U1VEN TO MAIL, FUElfiHI ANI) EXPBE-8
XI.   X2.   MOBBIEOiH,   FROPBI.TOB.
. Mondays and Thursdays ;it r v. M.
Is!" vi'1-mii-ugo..nd f.ii,'vih..ngii.   ,i,.| Vl,„. i,if! fiends, letter heads, en- ATfiDTIU flD W B k T? W _ V' Arrives Midway.. Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P.M.
:""""vl ■";''" '" }^TU "'' ""' w,"i". '■"'- !»i tm ai>vancv. INURIllEiniN MIL W AI: Leaves Midway Wednesday ami Saturday at 6 a. m.
U'llliilgitu Miss! ill tiilley,  miuti'ly l,y  ■ -  - -   '
!iii|uiri.ig inlo lliu villi** iwf any new
liulu-lry. of nny IK'lV kllltl ll! I't'lip, liV
-glinting fnr rensoiiulile fi-.tglu rules,
.mil hy holding deludes uiui discussion
nil   111,11 Ills- of I'W'VIMII   llllt'l'l'sl,     Nu
incnlii.ti wns made „f „ny u„,llng'     a Scliaol-Sup.ilics         K-^lo, Kootenay Lake
powers in  ihe original I'otislllullini, JulLlu"'l'1J'' guluu' on|H"ioa,                                    '
uud il wus lo mpply ihis gup. wlthoul
iisiir|iitig.*iuy nl the oilier olijeets of .              -'•- Toys,        -'.-              , llnily (exeepl  S'lrnduy,! liftwuHi Xpo-
the sociely. Ihul IhoKeliitiliiuShlppors' kane nnd Northport.
n li.ui was fniiueil in .Inni'., ISII,*,, a cn-:        Cigfars, TobaCtiOS,         Trl-weekly   helwni.  Knt-thprnti   mul
iipei'dlive, solely litisluese kml}', iienl- ' Nelsoli,
aigi'ii.ireiy uiih iiu- *,!e ,,.f produce., NoUoits and Patent Medieiaes. bmno north             ijobi. .otira
Tliu p.il'1'lll sis'ii'ly. llie  A. iiiiiI T. ns-
-..ciaiiiiii, siiii ciisis.iiiui iiiero islu> MIDWAY B C
li llll'V lil'lU'lTU tlle itiLi sneli.il..s .1. ' OnTiii'silii)s,Thursi*iij»,iriiirKii)timI_,vs,lriilii
III run thruugh in **.^l**,,n, u.rrivmK at iW.1 p.m.
iikiiin close I'lUUuaainn tvilli Iheslciininr Net
uf I In- I'l'i'Uioi'sJhe
—tAII oiih'rs proioptly attended loi—
Grand Forks, B.C.
A. D. WORGAN.
VKllW-N, lLP.
views or the rusiw-r for sale.
and Slocan Point*.
lltEOii, .....
.MAHCUS ?2tlp.in.
ihiiiighluviliiiif ttiu-'.king I'm- llu<g.»M.l  llTOTKJE Wtcvobygtvon UM, fWiTnys nltw
I'tie i.s u nU-inrHSi   *i iilat_oJ,,l,W.Htigli\V20tl,tiittniiltri.i]5jlylo snn for* Itosl.o nnil all l-nlcei- puiuip, arriving nl
,1. W. I^EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B.C.
Fine Wjiiifi Repairing- a Specialty.
„ll TA'orli Warnaifoil,    oS*2...
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
' '-.ii Just its I lie I'.ilik nt Mi nil ven i,  f
Instance, Is n litiHiiiees eoncev
oilu'i' is a illitrHssuin soctrty, Jusl
Ilii'l'liiifCi'iiui-ssiinicr nf Liinils uml iVui-k-i Kuslunl llilKI i
rl inrl curry iiivnv linlil.1!'fl-iini BQtlgorfl will '
iv. sninii! ilnys.   ItetiirnhiK. pas-
Irafti" ['.iiiiils nnil Nelson on
,                                   ,   lhe fiillutiiiiK (lesciiheil liiuls, sftiuoli: hi tlle  Miitiiluvs. Weihu silmsmnil |.'rlilii)-!(,mTltlngitl
Inure, isu liii-itimi eoncerU,iiti.l ,.M |)ivfip_-otViilonistrf-l: .. Stiotoiosameilav,
is ilie tusllluli! ul Hankers is a ilis-
.ni.iirti ■.« r,.|v. ll is ilillieull liHiiinke
litis   lll.slinel inn   .senc   lo tllOSI' lllllll'-
(]ii i'-l tt i'li ih,* history of ihe iwo
.''tnuncni'iniriii ii uns. niiniii nne ii'inriinc-tinlf     , ,      ,     ,.    ,, ,   ,,      ,
miles mirth of Cii.'iule llills. Kellle Illver.     1'n.wi.ltors for Wottlc liii'i'r unit Hun iilury
riiniiiiiglhi'ii.a'i'ist Ulelinlns, llienee iiui'lli I'.'ll Creokcolinool ul Marcus tulli singe Il.iii.v.
^lilius,lhi.nci!-.s| I'll itlmiiis, Ihi'licc sinilh IM     Km THAU.   Clil'il'l;   MINKS cnniidcl  nl
chains In the |nii_l uf I'lnuinencciueiil. coiltnlll* Northport ivilh sluge line ilnily.
niunODiicTOs, moro or lone, ror Nnkiispanit tiovo]Bloko connoot nl North
,1. W, IH'tlll Wlltlli. imrl Willi Innil IVeilmwihivsiiiiil Sahmlnys.
Uciilr liuir. ll.C, lli'.'cinhur'.'. IMI''. nii|[l,*.|f
Kongft Limtbor
Prom $10 to $12.
Dressed Linnbor
From $1(5 to $1(4
Per Thoiwtind.
F, U. ,rA<!QURH,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
SSlveTware.
IJ.SI'iliniNC A SHE'CUUIT.
VKHNON, R U
KKWln* BIv^OS,
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
\rc(it ifelTi-crcil nt Unck Creek und' ill the |
M Inlng t.'iiinws.,
4.KEB1). R. D. Kerb.
D.  MoDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MH.lVAY.B.C.
All Kinds of Work, In-tiui-ril to the Satlsi
wtlotuoE il.ua. n in.
FOR SALE
ISO ores of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Slxly uml Seventy Acres Clcorcd
mini Dmincil.  Kix miles from Camp McKiuuey.  Due Mile frum tvnggnu road.
Apply AI.VAll. OFKICK.
FOR SALE
TN THE HEST LOCALITY ON TIIK VKR
1   NON Townsite, n fow item nnd half ier,-
Iuu.. cither fnr bullilliiK or girilci.irc.
Apply nt this olllee or to
F. AD1IIAN MEYEIt,
V.(_51(ls.RiC, HF.TEOROLOGICAI, RKF01IT.
nt 18   Long IIS- 30
AllltudO, LuKI fctit ubove sea levoL
11 ll log-now fir it'll?-. .Wofmi Ulcll.
tl,'„Jt..T__B KOB   WEEK   ENDING    IJKC. 20.
Mux. Mil,
late. II  an in
" 15  li 1,1
" 111  21 S
"   17    lli        7
"  1)    KI       II
"  111   10       111
"  20   21 IS
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
A Merry Chrislnuis and a Happy
New Year.
'Mr. Haiti received a large, stock o(
tmliday goods last week.  See them.
Mr. Monnghan of O.ltnp McKinney
passed through Midway no Wednesday hist ho...id for Spuknoe,
A grand hall will l.e given on New
Year's Eve. iu Pul merit on' hull, Mid-
way, hy residents of lhe town, to
which all are cordially Invited,
Captain Lii.nl., I. N., win. has heen
visiting his suns heae for the past two
■or three months, lefl on Tuesday's
stage for Pentictou. (laptillll l.amli
will proceed to Vancouver and thence
•on to England hy way of the Orient.
The recent fall of snow caughl uur
regular freighters on lhe wrung side uf
Oamp McKiuuey mountain, noil lhe
result is they have had to hunt llieir
loads on wheels through a foul nod a
lialfnf snow, Ihe freighters are nol
to he envied iu this weather.
At Fairview the residents havesuh-
scrihed some $75 towards a Christmas
tree to lie given there, and at Midway
fully $12.) will he devoted In the same
purpose. Truly we live in a favored
country when such 611.lis ot money are
devoted to the pleasure uf lliu little
lines,
With lhe exception of llie past few
days the Chinamen who are engaged
at placer mining mi Boundary creek
have heen sleiidllyrunnlngdli't through
the sluice hoses and, judging from lhe
activity displayed hy these workers,
there are still some cornel's left w<-thy
iheir attention.
Mr. W. Poiveiis -*fi last, week on it
(rip lo Kelowna on liusiness cunnecled
ivilh his sawmill here, and before leaving look u .111. up lire uiui 11 Ke'lle
riif.r. uud secured n inluuhle limber
lllllll or Iwo. no iu; lu Is- o.«pui«'d foi'
for ihe itieviiulh' nnd large demand
for Iuu.lief whirl) "ill U' iniiile here us
uiiin as spring opens. Mr. Powers cnn-
«'llt[ila!.i smi-ling u shingle nnil to his
| ami ii.I mid hand., snsli lllld duur
.-uu1 di. llllbefl'  ],l-i (ssmy Iniildillg tllll-
■riul next BUiuiwr.
"il.e P. I'. Celtic chi | mil's last
I,in* of U'i'f rai.h' to lhe Ilnssluiid
• imp- was taken in by WU of .Marcus,
N i inore entile iitll Is* supplied lu Ihis
market by the cimipiiuy until spring,
the beefcnnsiiliiod this winter cntuiiig
l,y way ii f llie Coluuihia I'vet'.Will I lie
Norl Invest and fnnn Miuit.uiii uver I l.e
iti. P. It., 'he same helng shipped in a
frozen stale. It is rupurted thu B.C.
Cattle company supplied during Ihu
past summer to 111*. Rossland camps,
lielweeu 2,1100 and 8,000 hi'iiu uf cattle,
and that ut, reiniiiieralive prices. This
furnishes ii proof of tlie vnluo of the
mining Industry tn llle province.
Oil the lltli inst. a lllllll mimed
Joseph Webb was brought up heftus
C. A. It. dumbly, stipendiary magistrate nt. Osoyoos, charged wilh having
oo Ihe evening of December il, at. Kair-
view, sold two bottles of whisky lo an
Indian mimed Pere Phillip, Constable
Cuppago lasl lice infnrmulion upon
which Webb was convicted nnd sen-
lenced to pay a line of $100 or to take
the alternative,,if three months with
hard labor at Kamloops. The Indian
was then brought before lhe mugis-
tvate, charged with heing drunk and
•disorderly upon llie night in .p.eslion,
Such having been proven to be the
case, Pere Philip was given 20 days in
which to reflect upon the evil of Inking
too much tire water upon occasion.
MINING   NOTES.
(Iriulually the nre body widen* out
as depth is obtained upon IheAnurrliisI
mine in Ciunp McKinney, .-in at the
present time Ihe vein is over four feet
wide and is heeoniiiig niui't' uul mure
mineralized as the shaft g<K\s dnwn,
which is now some fill r feel deep. Besides being more highly iiiiucrnlized.
the ore now frequently shows tree
fold, antl as men will he kept al unrk
during (lie Iniuuicu uf the whiter, it
may reasonably he expected thnl before spruig this mine will he able io
#ive it good uccatiot of itself, Mr. Sidley, the otiner, reports nn offer having
heen made by moneyed men lu put a
20-sliiinp mill upon the properly fur n
lnill inleresi, iu the rliiim, tvhi/-li offer
may Iu all pnih.luiily he accepted,
The owner desei'ves great praise for
the persistent iiutouer in ivlikji lie
prosecuted work on his claim, under
adverse circumstances, and will clclily
deserve any benefit lhat may accrue
as a resull of Ihis greal uul lay.
Returns from the saiiiplcnf orelakeii
from the Smuggler cluim iu Fairview
a short time ago, and sent tu tbcTu-
eoniusineHcr and also tu the Cyanide
works at Vancouver, gave in one ease
a return of $ill nvr (un in gold, and iu
llie other $119. As Ihe <hv Ukeu was
the result of a thorough sampling of
I he mine froui top to bottom, as also
;i general average uf lhe ore upon the
iluin,i, it will lie seen (hut the result is
exceedingly satisfnetury ,ind well cul-
twlaled to iiujuiess the owner of lhe
properly with the Value uf the same.
! This sample uf ore mis taken und sent
olf f,„- treatment by Mr. Laivson, a
gentleman who intends Invest lug a
large su... of money upon the develop-
infill of the mine, and who is expected
iu Fairview in „ few days. As soun as
Mr. I.a« son arrives and everything Is
satisfactorily arranged, the Crawford
mill people will erect one of their mills
upon the property. The mill in question is now in Penticton and will be
laken on to Fairview as soon as it can
lie freighted (low n ou sleighs,
 4.4	
MIDWAY SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
The senii-auu.iiil examination uf the
Midway puhlic school tisik place ou
Friday last in lhe licit' schuiil house iu
tlie presence uf quite a number ol
parents and friends.
The pupils, wlm nre gradually lie-
coining inure numerous, ilemoiistraled
their efficiency hi lhe several I,ranches
of study, liy a ready t'esptinsu lu the
many trying quest inns put. lo I Inan by
their teacher, Miss Lewis, and mure
especially did they shuw n versuiility
of kiioivleilg,* in written und menial
arithmetic, geography and umitumy,
The exuuiluullun was a very couiprc*
liensive one, and embraced, besides the
subjects ithovoj referred to, grammar,
spelling nnd reading, At intervals
during Il.e course of the examination
recitations wore tendered hy snuie uf
the pupils, which deprived the proceedings of any oppressive chiimcter and
gave pleasure lo Ihose present, and a
pro..f of the retentive quality of tlie
several scholars' minds. After al'ew
ivoidsof encouragement had been addressed lo Iheiu hy suu.e of lhi.se
present they were dismissed to theii'
Christmas holidays uud the udvenl ui
old Santa Clous, each nnd nil wishing
them a very Merry Christmas and. a
Happy New Year.
 *-•-,	
LICENSING COURT AT OSOYOOS.
A sitting ul tlie licensing court fur
llle Osoyoos division of Yale district,
was held al Osoyoos on Ihe Hit inst,,
j.t which wire present Stipendiary
Magistrate-!, A. 11. Lanibly, and 11. S.
Sidley, J. P., and W. H. Norris, ,1. P.
The business befure llie court was an
application l.y Mr. II. Ciiineion of
Cninp McKiiine,: fur a transfer of liis
license from his old lo his new place uf
business at Camp McKiuney, which
ivns granted. A icquest from Mr.
Jnlin Manley for u license fnr u
new ii.ilcl it is proposed tu
creel,all!...inil Forks, wns refused hy
tin.1 liiioi'd on the grounds nf iinii-cnni-
plisiuee willi llle act, as a license run-
uut he grunted tin til the premises nre
piovidcd for uliicJi lhe license is np-
piicd for,
The nexl application wns presented
ta the cuurt hy Mr, Folger un behalf
'if his wife, whose premises nre situate
nt Grand Forks, Thiswitsiilsugr.iiiii.il.
At llle. same lime the chair,nun look
occasion to express the se.itinii'ul uf
the hoard to llie effect I hai I he application Wits barely grill,led, owing tn tlle
fuel ihal ihe petition, which the hnv
j requires shall be signed by Itvu-thirds
I of Ihe resident settlers uf Iheneighhur-
hooil, had received only just the
necessary number require.! hy the act.
Mr. Ceo. Kilivurils, uf Fdward's
Ferry, Kellle river, was given a
license for his premises, whicli wns the
more readily grunted, ns Mr. Fdtvards
presented a numerously signed mid
very strong petition for lhe suu.e.
An application for renewal uf license
was presented hy Mr. Kruger nf
Osoyoos, which, however, could not lie
granted, owing to the fact that Mr.
Krinacr voluntarily allowed his funnel'
lie,ise to expire snuie six ..ninths ago,
although I he same had been held fur
many years past. The lioard explained
lhat the uecissury fui'Ullllltles required
bylaw would have to lie complied will.
before niiolhor Ijconsei'-tild be granted,
 ► • 4	
AND YET AN0THEB.
Ahn.it two weeks since a shucking
shooting affray tank place apposite
Dan DriscolI's ranch near Oro, Wash.,
iu which a ntaii named Have Delta ilea
lilie.'illi'ly shot mil killed nil Indian
iiiimed Miisehclle. The man Delta has
been iu the enipluv uf .lack 1'vnns, the
purly Having In charge the stuck he-
longing lo ihe Okiinugan Smith estate,
uud over which I here has been so
much trouble for some lime pasl.
F'iiui a reliable source lhe infiirnin-
(imi was gleaned thnl this makes
ithi.nl ten Indians whose lives have
been sacrlllt'ed, directly ur Indirectly
over this dispute, li would seem that
Delia had been in On. on tlm evening
of lJi>> shooting, ami wns returning
homo through the Colville reserviilioii
ull lhe east side of llle Okauugiiii river
tvheu he ...et the Indian, who laid
claim to lhe hn.se Delia was riding,
und, taking hold of llie bridle, demanded his property, whereupon Deity.
drew his revolver uud shot the deceased. After the shunting Delia rude
hack to Oro and gave himself up |u
Ihe iinlhiiriu'i's. He has since been
hroiighl before a justice of I lie peace,
who ci.m.nileeil him lo slund his
trial. The prisoner It is tinders! nnd is
rather Indifferentwet the mutter, as
it is slated lhat in conversation he is
known to have suid lhat lie (the Indian) took hold of my bridle rein, uud
"I plugged it to him."
The allowing men of lliie stamp uud
character to reside upou ilm reservation, was one of the charges laid
against the Indian agent, Captain
Biihb, und which  was the means of
causing in  pari  the request  hv the  niDUpTflli V (11?  iHVi?ilTJSI?BS    Ti
authorities that he tendei' l,is.ivW| ™blUM <"  Al)/Mlio__fi,   g
UNDARY FALLS
The Colville reservation haslieeu, for!
some years past a rendezvous for disreputable characters from both sides
of the line, who have lived lliere a
menace to Indians and white settlers
in bulb countries alike, and lhe sooner]
Il.e reservation is thrown open fur set-;
I lenient nr these men of un.n,,die]
Imt its mv swept clear of ilu* cnuntry,
ihe Ix'tler for ull concerned, as where-
everlhey congregate togetherlhey are
a menace to the well being nf the
< i iiiiiii unit y.
Compiled in Alphabetic--) Form
Anil Intended us tt lleiuly
Reference for tho Busy Ones
ARMSTRONG,
M
n tv, JAKKS, M.D..C.M,
BV APPOINT1ISXT
'    RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KITTLE RIVE*
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :       BOUNDARY FAI.Li
Boundary Falls, B. C.
GRAND.
mlBioi__wa!!!.!*.i!.^v_8_iBiiait/iiowKuii-o bOu ' -ARY FALLS HO i EL,
GaigM & Co Utmcnil Merchants
BENVOULIN.
IX Nicholson   Douroullu llolel
BOUNDARY FALLS. THOS. KAflDY, PROP.
j T. Hardy llonutUry l-'ul- Hold
j t'liriclf .1. .1.	
! .lukisa II. W. J'li.vsli'iiui mul (-iiigeiiij
Km-Urns Iiuii'lir ' 'ly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
I , i Mclliitt'cll uml Nelson HulcluTK
-J|!'c„,h-1.U,A  General Mere t ^ BraB_LS L-IWS M CiW.        -        "        -        B))l  SUWlBi',
CAMP M'KINNEY
liiilfui'il „ Co    lU'iirrul Jk'j'ili.inli I
'Centrally looat-d Stopping Place tor Three Biii rem Stage Lines'.   Ko
Tn Ex] ense Spared to Make Guests Cumfortable.
AT MIDWAY, B. C, ON
New Year's Eve.Dec.31 i,„ ,vFAIRVI:l,,,,,,T.aG,    ] IUR RENdu
ESS BOl   DARY FALLS, B.C.
SIC j Headquarters   for Miners'   Supplies.
A (iiiiiii RITK'K OP
Gpobspigs, Clothing, Boots anil Shoes, Powder, Etc.
—ORDER* TAKEN FOR Al,\, KINDS OF
GOOD -MUSIC.
Supper ttill hu m'ricil nt liic Hold ul Midnight
All Are Cordially Ir.vitod,
A CARD.
To tiie [Boundary [Oreek nnd
Kettle Kiver Miners und Residents Qonorallyi
Klli.il.T    	
Slum. ilu    . .
Bliillfoi'd&.'n    .
Hlirinilc.ti.il.   . .
-Sliccluin, lU'iirui' ,1   ...
GREENWOOD
IVmiil. I!. k I'u     (Itncrnl Mrrihunls
GRAND  FORKS
Louis LaUlldrj'
Miller, M Kottlo HlverStu;jo Lino
.Simpson, C K   EJatviuLM
/
Wunl,,I       . IJrJr-J- ami 1-iine I . ---—_-_
grand prairie      -AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Hrlo/cn Jims  (Iiouil I'lviJrl ellnleJ i
(Irbbtino.—We  hen lo make  llie! Xelsuji I'.JJ.      llosorvallod Tnullu.Ce
.innonncenient Hint nv bnve onenetll KELOWNA TTT QHT \0  XT'
a Kimeriil  store at  the new town of j^.j.,,,._,.,„.-,!..,„„« Impleniont J_onU U J   J i\ jL_f V«/ LJ1   V
(ireei.wi.od nu Boundiiry creek, whei. Lou.uimoHroit._i Co Qciicral .Merchants     J
we have on hand and daily arriving n Loquhiio. I Okniingan Ban-mill A    TI7TTT  T     QITPPT V   OT-T
liirtje slock of xenural merchandise. LADNERS " P V L/Lt  OUrrLI    \Jr
In soliciting ll shureuf ynur pal run-  nntcliciwin, K Mainland Numcry I
age, wedu so feeling emilldent. that if , 1 jit/ioy
you will entrust us' wilh your favors. ',      , 	
1   „, .,        ,'.,,,        I Sl/iran rt, L Bnuig.IIor.. Hotel
we .shall lie equally antl inulunlly bene*!
fitted.
MIDWAY
Many years' experience in other
pui'hj of the iirnvince hns convinced us that the puhlic generally
would lunch prefer to do business upon
a cash basis, providing the price o!'
goods is consistent willi this system.  ,, .    . 	
7,    ,. ,. , , ,' ■ McNicul. .1 1'l-ncrul .Merchun.'
FeelingetinlldeiH Hint such istheense. ■ MtA.,|.lvS i.,,,!,. Iljuntloi. llotol
ive heg to say Ihnt  we have ndopled  MoDutl',I) Ulnckainilh
this method ul lining hinincss,   viz,,  Norris, VV. II Agent Midway Toivnsltu I
eilher I'm- ensl. or 1 rude, and lu doing '-™'1"1- w        -WM ikor and .loivclcr
sn we heliete ue nre lifting In tlle best PENTICTON
iul crests nf our cost nine is. | Sprnulo, A.Q Kviu'cssnuil ntnffoliuc
An liispeclion of uur slock and 1.11 Ttiiii'lier. J I'ouUcldiiHotel
,1, .        n   Walker, II... PcuUctuu Livery unit Sulc -tahl.
eiiuuliv ns In prices will ennviliee all
..   ' ,. • .,.     . nnr.K  r.a zx
"Men's ¥/oollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
Coryell-f. A ....('hi! Kngliicor
Qucsb, 1 tarry A Assaj'cr
IIhiih. .1. A     Mining Eiufhiecr
Iluin. Kihvanl A Stuttoner, V.U:
.liLTiiii, ;.l KoodlUltl IJvcj-y Slulilo ' ■«-_ T___a., du __-__Tl-_ , .—_-
lu"- Urn Btttcbora iM&^HT      _B IXtiO-lXeX
1/ i|iJinc & J'owcw Sawmill j
MuNIuoU"
jbusinefis.
A CARD
k wm
I'.lTCIIKl.'S,
IIA VIM; (i|i(.iicil tipu hiilclioi' trashioPd tm
IlniiiKlury Ci k, ivo tu-e in'ejinroil lu
fo!'tli*'!l   lh"   t'.ll'T   rjnircsl   liniills  llie
mnrkntaii'.-'ds to tiioM tt-hi.win fnvnr Greenwood and Boundfiry Falls,
iisiviliiliriri-iwiinu, J'.-i.-i-K rciisimiiiile I'l.Al'l! tmir nrilow onrly for L'lirtalimu
nml nr In'., ilollvornil ul resiihii,- .iniil I'i.iiIiii. llrrt.Mullnn.l'urkorSuieimi'
lho illifcront ..lh.h.g cnn.'.M.  Vniii* put- Only llio bul ki |il In Block, and iirlcci
ronngo respectfully 1 nllcilcl. i-oitsonnble.
McDOWr.1,1. St   NELSON. M.ixni lll.l.  .1 NELSON.
I lint, such is Ihe ease. ROCK   CR-EX
In  cnnclusiiiii, we would sny  (but j i'ltlcn-rlgli, II ltock Crook Hold
every opportunity will lie t'liibraeed by SFOKANE
us In fusler lllld render nssislunee In j Oouoiwiys& McAvlnoy Xuracrj
Ibe ilevelopuient of the licit uiiniiig Upukano fulls ami Northcru Itnlltfiiy	
I ami   ngricultui'iil   msnui'i't's   uf this VERNON ;   'ftv,.
Iseclillll. ! .lri.isli-n.ig, U*. .1    Ilaialwi-cllnvl-iiil \   H.i
j   Thauking  ynu  in  anlleipiilion  fin;JlankofMunlronl O.A.llowltnon,M_r    \lt
I ynur ,„uuy favors, tie remain rcspecl*' uillliyi, K.-ul 	
! fully yollrs. ! (l,mj,hijl| llms... .
R, WOOD & CO.        1 iv,.),™,,!, iv. m  ,..B iinr;   ii/ THAT
fireeuivniid, Hnuiidiiry I rei'k, H. C.    | t-r ,welL T. IC Ciiiiti'iictorniiil 11 lor    T'S        ,
       - — : ;: j ]'"'•,,"'['' K (' 'aissiiinuu.! bisumncc     Si ,       (        ,     jn 1(|| ^ (|, ...
! Coryell, .1 A — Civil liiyfiiiucr     ».v ' -*•'
Custorton,C. J£  Coimulssi'iiiumUnsuraiicc j   W -TMr-M CD A I WR C DP U A IVI HI C C Ha
Dona.fl».i,J.H (Jbomimmid Driwgist |   % .  , , GENERAL      IVI LKuH AIN UlO t .  .  . $
Giwlnor, W Llvcrjr Koo.l aad Halo Stable
lliili'biiis.iij and I.Vin 'sni Kloiu* ami Pood I    *i> ^>
Jacqiuv, I*'. II Walolmittkcr and .lewder
[Corby. Forbos _»I Civil Kngiuoor
vil Enifliioor and Avsaymt
DEAD-MARK   LEA°N!      1
Hnrri-stvr j   "&    k\  *{!
. I'llI'Mlllll'L-        £»Ci     A    ^ ^-S*-""**1- "Jjv
_.__^.XASH OR TRADE f
nr« in v»n I hv vi'iy lii'nl hiii'giilns in ;ill lines nf
p >n i  ivt    i *       I [-fltinior, F. 11 (
lounty Court Notice j»»"»"""	
y ■ Meakin, IV, ,1	
j Mycr. V. A	
.Sittings nf tho Count-* Court of Vulc ttill lit I M,"'|,!l-V lll"i K,l""c"
hulilon ns fiillmvs: Moholloj au'l llouou
ONonliu.il llowiilo
At Onoyooa ou Moi.iluy, 4tl. May. ISIIU,   -      . lv  (.
At Midway oa Wednesday, OtliMay.iS-O «,.,„„;,, „„,,",.„'.'.'.
Al tho hour of oloven o'clock in lho furonooui  Shatford, -. A	
lly iioiunuuul, ('. A. II. LAMBLY,       Smith and Clcrln....
(iiifci-inucnt Olllco, (Isiit'iins, U.C.C.   I Taylor. It. N	
Itee. lUlh, ism. , U'||ll»ina,aorald...
'.    ""   i IViU'iruiL A. il.     .
AGENT WANTED.
A .Man wlitt uauts lo intiko MONEY Lo loll
| Hidden Mines and How to Find Them
BY W. THOS. NEWMAN.
i This Look sclU lUolf- describes KVfiitv ore
1 nnd minkuai. of value to commerce. Including
! i;KJ.* and iMtBO.Ol'H STOXBti ami Leila how jo
i lesi llioin for yourself. How to tlml, test,
I work, boII or develop all kinds of mines, flund*.
rods Hold in UrUUii ('oluiuliia wltboul any;
... Ilardwaro Merobanb     *v^
 ICalcmalka lloii-I |   £&
.Vornon Private Calleffa!   '(
T
^14 IMI T',1
•*.'.-' 4,1
IT THE ,! ;KEN'\VO0:i HT0I1K, r.i.I'M.AI.V I'llKKK, H. C.
ft
it. WOOD .v. CO. Hs,
4,1
'rlt-atoC-Ucg-o     ft , ,,,vV,,,,,,,,,.,, (7/.,,at •.'*• atatata^itata^ita/atatatKit^t
Victoria linlil     -Jj^|^;^^l?Jl?/i??if/i7?if?i«ii./i><i»''i'>'i>i'l>''l'»'l>-1>'l»'l> ft ft ft
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
agricultural bun
 Siiilu Wale.' U'urks   ——~
 TilMiili'l'lnisI
...  ..Goi.oral Morchnnta
Ury Q Is .uul Millinery ;
miu-inlirnS'; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
.Physician and Surgeon!
 Photographer;
MISCELLANEOUS
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
('.inii'li... Hand l.iill ('.....    .Shorbrooko,Quo ,. , ,
Marlin Klro Arms Co  Now Haven.Con All Stock Gl'OWn WltllOUt IlTlg'atiOU
j Morrison, K. I-.  MarouiJand Midway sinfju j
'TUSSINE'
Till'. HEST HKMEIIY Villi
AH Trees Inspected Before Leaving' lhe Nursery
s i'<,'J-, .\ r, I-:   FALLS,
l». O,  liox 582. VV'(isliii|i;l,.i|
SSSSSSS|l]0«gllS,to SODA VVATER WORKS
agonte.  Write us srotv. i O     t j j
kit. Kr(. O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Fawh-tors.
I by n.i.il, $l.il rli.ll.; 82.00 Iwtlior,   A
(ll-uss                 Till; M. Iliuuais I'en. I u„
.'il Yoiiiib St., Tin to, Oul.
ROAD WORK.
-Prepared  From  the   Original1     Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Inoluding
. „ , .     "      Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Sode.
Formula Only by B
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
ijUAXTKII- |.;,ic|S rcifarilini! roada, aroacnt| B. N. TAYL051, THE OHUGGiST,
VlillN.IN. II. .'.
unit system nf ttnrk in fuur ti-
ollllly fnr llio Iienelll nf llu- Luiils uml U'urks
Ilcllirllneiil mul uur lleimaaciilmiics use tlu'-i
eniniiiL' sessiiui.  Aihli-c-is it' 25eoi.t8aiid59coi.Upor linlil''
Trlinly Valley. J. II. CIIB1STIE. —■ —■ —,	
White Valley. II. t'. In
MANOI"ACTI)H„D AT
GRAND
Apply to
PRAIRIE
&•■-."   -' ^■Hi-^'^l'/T'&__?1<"'Te_?J
LICENSING 0OUHT,
MlVICi; is herrli) Kit-en Hull  lhe Ucoinllnjl
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawlian y, Orongo,  Pinoapple, Vaniila, Lemon,
and Gum Syrupr.
Al! in Pint and Wnte iof
Quart Bottles. Prices'
Court for lho loulbcrn portion of Mn* Osoyoos
nisi i-I.-i, ivlllbobeldal tlio flovonuaoul Offlco,
Osoyoos, on Monday, Hie l(Jth dav nf [Jeeombor,
IKUi, al eloren o'clock in tho fore noon.
C A. It. LAMULY.   ,
Qorornmoul Ofllco, Osoyoos, Ua',
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
BHEHIIHOOKB, tJUBBBC.
Manufacturor3 of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR C0MPBESS0RS.
In All i*;.rli.;iif:.rs the Gesl
J.WARD,
HltK'KI.AViilt ANI. 1'l.ASTEl.Itll   \    Oo  '.«U GO H U NT1 NG 7
Have You a Cougii or Cold?
TRY "TUSSINE."
StB and 50c. per Bottlo
Propareil*a*S<Wd Only by
R.N. TAYLOR
THE DRUGGlSTj VERNON.
OF COURSE
in will buy a MARLIN.
iiii a full-! top-ProtocUoVi
l CjCCtil nt t!lU Bldu-COUVCillfBCT,
It It tight velKlii- Comfort,
It tm tliu DalIiARD Hiirrcl-Arcnracy.
It lias fewest parts- HtinplU'lty.
if '1 for nunplPtfi rntnl'iKiii*. free, Speelal pnclt
of cards lnr il ecu is.
TH3 MARLIN PIRE ARMS CO.t
> : w Ilnvi it, ('(iiui.
I
rfs^:   '•■
Si\ft'i-:?o-i'•- -  - ;-
Special CornprM"
r,ors driven by
PELTCN      WAT EI
WHEEL
mcur.tcd dlrtct upon -tank-shaft, e:,-
peclally adapted for
jitlllzlng the power
■    or mountain stearai
as shown In  llli_>
Lrntlor.
H, P. PALMERSTON.
Agent for Midway and District
) A WO IDERFUL MINK.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
S, A. SHATFORD
• _-•.•.-■_ :".x:.-:x_..-.t..-.v-.'...  -B •: *__.'_a__fc'ii'*J»,^__*__-
_D__°y ©oodLe Ea.aa.Ci HSilliaxeiyy
'!' .ie ...ust famous .tud ninst puzzling Certificate   cf  Improvements,
.if   nil   gnld    mini's   is   llie   .Mount, i                                 - " it.'.'.'L i';'.'X"'.IJr„ .-T,..\'-_...    '„   ii 'S'li"S?-.'? iS* •__._*. _E_
.Murium  in Australia.   It eiii.ii'iliiiies OTCKPIOn.
iiiiiii*  |i.eeiiiiis   l.ii-lnl   Id   till!  World'- Till: Wis\ enu Ci.ti.
inusiiie ilmnnnv ut her unleh nf the a ''' '" Orerawood Camp,  Kottlo Rlvor V K I.NON.
...                 ',    , Mining Uivlalon nf Yalo District, B. C.
....ril.s s„.,,„,. „t tbe mm extent. „ The Only Store in the City thr.t Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods,
.Minim .Miii'iriin is sii|i|insei| .,, I,, ih,. [    free minor a i-inlllcuto No. Mill, Intend,
lirnilnel nf n  tliernml spring, nnil ia u'.fiffi^^^ 1 Ni DRESS GOODS ,lb0^r"'"0°dSOr'mC''1 lvlt"nllll",^,l!8,T'1""
"m!'lv   ; "'"   "f  K"1'1    l""  <■' .^MU'lffii-?,,,"' 0Ulftl"",if " t'raW'1 IN  Mil  I INRRV t«i!,,,'rs,m.t...,a,,i|,:',.,.s,.t-,,il.,istt-eliut-,.,,ll,.sl,..|,iHSii,illlnri-,,ii,il
fO>l'l Ihnl h. Ir I.V l>ee„  li'i'iitialliy BSChA°OHu!ioo I .lm. claims   ' ,,' " UA " '' K Y ™i-lvoye,.ll,ota.,»tliitU_ S»tprioo,novorl_fU«.|.o_«lol
nut nre.   In amne far nil' .nre the hill miMt be Hontto tbo MlninK iiu-oriiuriuidiuitlDn ()(, \i   URI'SSM \ K I*' k l>n* bad lai*go .xporioiiec til tbo business, nnd.ft porfool
...           it mccil boforo tho laa.unioi. of auol niil- ijx\.i..i.i.u.m\i.i\ nt |H Kiuuii„tuod providing you Bond Ibo correct mi'iurarc
imi heen ii li!i !i- iiihii'il I't'iieilile, .-uul cnio uf liiiprovoinciita.                               i Romombor tvo carry ovorylbing Ibal a lady romiiroa, and cauaavo vnu monoy if vim send ynur
milli!. irn',1   ji   eniitiiiiis hus lieen ill- P-t*"I Uiln Dili day of November, 1818,    (ll)   ;     onliirs to ub, Seud ono to-day and bo onnt-iuood. u-i...... .    .. » .... ... ■... ■
lei.lv i. .i.ieil. eheiiiieiillf dissolved ... ul. "        „..,„„..          , „„_        ~   *"	
,,m-l,.li„iHi   iv  Minn.  Itself.   Nn MINERAL ACT, 1893.
K|ice_ nf iri.hl linger (linn n pin's poiul
liilseieil,,.,, ilisiieeieil in I |,is Iniillli-  Cerl llicntc    nf    IlllprdVl'lllt'lltS.
i iin.   The |ii'i'i'iniis inilu   exists in n j
- ml ..f gulden llinir, ilis,„lve.l i hrough sro'rj:ci!-
jl-tili„|..l.l', TlIK I'tita- IlOlllts M.Nl.-iat. I'l.'lM.
s fl s Siluntil iii Skylurk ('.iiiiii, 1'i'Ille IliviT Milling
ALL .;,,!• BLiEN lOMnEf.iNED. Illvlsloiiof Va'oDistrict,II. 0,
TAKE NOTICE Uial I, Robert Wood, fi	
I'lvel'V II.lnl.l-. ili-!lie! v_t ilisem nil       1    "liners I'lTlilii-lie  Nil. Illl.i'i, ililenil, .-illy    _,
i> i.iiiii,,,. Hi-nil i til ilisiot,nu r   lato hereof, to u|ipy to the .1   Write for Pr CP9 tn
lias I n ciinil ed  l.v experts.   Nil Coi i-si irfornuirllllm rlinin'ovcmonle.   VV1UI-1U1  JTll__blO
i i  .     .      ,, for tbo purpose of obialning n Ci-im Orniit oi
|iiii,.;el' ilia..  I imi  teai's ngu even  llie t|„, -
Twins c.isu With Oitiuat.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS ill''
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises f.nd Kept in Stock.
r lllllll'll eta
-,,..i.-tne.: trim Inni..-.I ilium im nu list- And further Inko nolieo, thatalvorso claims
,     ,.        ,.,' must be soul n. tliu,Vlluh.g uouurilur and.utllou
lei ...an.i In.llilng ttiMri'iiess.   .Snuie commenced hofurc the lssu.il of audi uortlll*
<■'"■■> "f -"I'l  I""'  '■"'"' hMind. Imi ""im^SZ'nt Ootobor. in
lhey in lei n! tei uiili il ns llr rl, it I ill* ul     ■'    —■—~.-—~-_—..—_
II pa'ili..    The linns"  iiljlu lisahiiil up.
I ea!- il In their Amriieiin ' nri'i'spuiid-
eat I . -l'li'l Hie lii-i mining engineer Oertlll-tlte   of   Lin^cvomentl.
i:. Ii'i- iiaiiiiiy In Ni.inli Afiien In in*
Vistigute.   O.utlnei' Williilins, nt plus- WOTKOa
I'll    III!-    ilill-lliie   111'    Ihu     He     liei'ls ..toil OF SPIUKS M,„l!ltll, ChUM,
(li.illlii'.ill mines ul   Kiniliel'lev,  under- Slliiuio In lho Conlr.il Ciimp. Kottlo lilvor Mill-
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. 0
MINERAL ACT.
I'..!; lhe nilaainii,   lie li'pi.rtetl In hi
illK llitisjnli nf t'lllo Hls.l'ict.
prlm-il-ll-LHiil   I.,- was sin-paiseil i„„l I T^ffi'KS »'"'«
disgusted ill, I heir t.l'Pdlllilv—there ivns j IIur). Wood, froo min"
. i  .     ,,      .....      , ' ,     ,,    'nnil trunk Homo, ti"e
II'I gnld in the  \\ ilttat ei'.si'.iiul.   Mr,   8917..Intend.sixtyilnvafruinlhoduli'lm t.i
fi.r.icci'ilrtc.110
i of nuhihitug u
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
_f» ■i*-x'^'^s!<^^^j_si£r
HORSES boarded hy Q
week  or  month. M
Box stalls il' de-        0
sired.
.-■--.■-.■I.'   -i-B-y
W"« * «'us an a,. ity of 11,0 first Srittvomoms.V,?;'!"..]',,
i-lilss, Iiii! llie li-i'iiliiiT tviiieli hn eon*  Crown grant of the a'jovc ciiinii.
And further lako notice, Ihal advorso claims
musl ho si-nt In ilm II.iiii .■iiniiiiissiiiiier uml
notion commonood hcfirotho i Buimcoof sueh
,1. Vi. I
'':';,„;':,"NeJ HORSES broken to
harness, and horses and cattle sold
ileinnetl us tviirthlesH In Hie gnld miner
itntiiv yielding siiiinjthiug like forty
iiiilliiiiis of dollarsii ven,' iii Iiii' yellow
ini'iiil.
...
COCL El.-HH ICIt MM.
■ei'iiiti-iiie of [mpi'i.voineiitt
Untod litis mitli (Iny u( X"
llll.T, ISIIj.
MINERAL ACr, 1891.
Certificate   of   Improvement-.
WJT-C3.
..!. eiliii'i' tt hn nil ii nt .stimuli).ii
; in i i, ul..i n I.i. Tnnni'i' iitl mi nl nt
h.li.st.l. t in l.iilgistlllitl In l.iuvilij si. l.twnicNil: Mimii: l. Cl, IM,
Li an iihgt-l whn I nl Ik en eenl .i.rthi.l |-llunlo In Contral Camp, Kettlo lilvor Mining
I ni |
on commission.
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming- attended
5ir\gle DriVers    .   .
n      Double DriVers  ,    ,
D    Saddle JH.orses  ,   ,
STOVES!  STOVES 1
WAGONS AND TRUCKS 1
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
.Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and sixes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All   the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
•VEKHrOIKr. :_t. o.
4_\iia._'in^_,'ii.
L
n        Qer\tle double driVers
Li   ■ Qer\tle single drivers.
c  Qerxtle saddle Korses
Division of Villa His rid, II. t'.
AKE NOTICE Unit ive, Itohcrl Wood, Iroi
I   ii t. nl  lie ill il'  I'lie 111.. Pf.   -
, ,       .       .,    I . uihioris certiitc.uo Nu. 1111,1. nml ,I. M.
Ion tn i.hi ml In I'leimil luipi iia
Jl.-iu ll llle ( llitol*,
■■ l.a.y.' sn-'ii the i.i.(je|,
11. ll.. y it. nl 1 e'aitv nnil skii'inislied
i.in.d, inking in the -iulu
ll.u-l. WiiiiiI. (roo iiiiii ts f-rii.l..iilc, liuii. in
tonii, sixty days friuntlij date hereof: tonpply
in llu-ilulil i mis inner fnr n oortlrlcii I
iniprovemoiitu, for t.!.u pur], bc ul obtainiiitf tl
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
'ROPRIETOR,
SSSHFSliZII P ' ■ "! iwi»iiiiii«i
i.sll.1- ami rn ilu- Uoul Ciinimlsslunof ami IE J||
, "  „    , ,.       m linn eiinilni'lu'i'it iiani'i' Iiii! issiinnej uf sueii I . Z,
lhe lintel Insl  lini'k  nt  Ihe I'llitnr coi'lillcato of Improvcuonta. II       .,.
aad ,,-eiil itrmint Irs t„ hiiiiihin,    iniie.iihl-*.';ib.iny.,fN..v:uii,.'i*.iii-._iii!j|      HA      m
>t|i.   I!'- li iiiiiI li v iiliij-'fiiiiinei' " "13;
ft""'"'i-""''=«*if iK.mn« wm, ,■„,,- NOlluE. II '^ |
lure ill a Ini  nl lieople in tlie Hie, J»l«*iffi'*l*t '*'  -' "   '*'■  '■'■"
'I ' wi s u sign iiunii lhe furnace  Tinr.TVnAYCfr ilol.llcv.iu'c.siei'cd,  i
V. , ,, ,      .,      ..    1 lilted applyinit In the Asilfliu.t Cemuiii- S
ii i        i,i . i -      "  iiiietii. ll mill .1 |
t'.hli ll li in . " III' iinilli'ii   Siihsel'll its, ,, ,i
i loner if I.-mis mul VAolks tm a Inns" In |
"(irl II Hint, .nil t nn." said Ihl'lttlgel,   vn„m\   lnr nml illl lhe riilli.tvh!B lir.llil.
•'\i'e laiial ia.."                                       hurl nf Iiiiiii: Ci).n...oi.ch.g nl n slnlio (
■■ Vnu i.... nn, I al il   e ill;.'." sa ill   a' ive miles odniuill if !t !•'; i-i'!: ul
ilu' I'llilur,   "I his is henveii enough
J'na in a"   il illini sliinii,
lew Holiday &oods
iiiiii lliu Iiii tu '
, thenceaiiiilhono  |'.    ,■'-
uiile.ilienco ini.liuiui
II I'L' tl. .1 ( I'l.il 1 1 f ri I! 11 lllllll..1. ..
li. A. CAIiMll'IIAT.'..
ltock ('reck del bir SS, llfi*.
J.
tn Toys  .  .
.  ,  .  Butiks  . . .
.  .  .  Fancy Goods
NOTIOE
MIDWAY
7
iff iif
1
■■■:«
Si
4,'
■
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Viotoi-la,   IJ.  O
AfiRICULTURAL liCIIffll.
SOU* AQENTS FOlt
Brantford ® Binders i and § Mowers
TIIK IIKST IN TIIK MARK1 T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be,, be.
WAREHOUSE AT VKIH-tlN.
O. F. -Cos"Jbe*K«tioxi., ^.g-cxiL-t.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up)  $12,(100,000.
REST     0,000,000.
-ihi DONALD A. SMITH, I'.-e.-.     HON. i-i-i". I'.. DRUMMOND,Vico-Pwi
!'!. s. UtOl'STON, CiliNKKAL :il\\t!ii.:i:
'!.'.    in,' INTKttl'ST It I'al'.....', I It. I'KH CENT,
BULLION UND OOLD DUST HANDLED. .
n - ''  ■    V' (T "<-» ">-, r--   " nA   A -ri-lfnHin-.il   iiii   Hi'i.nelies in Lnndnn, KiiR., New Vorktind t!l.i.-i aa
i'.i '•   clV)   Mllllil.!^.    i.li    iAglltUltUrdi   -; liiCnnndii.   lliiydmliSell.'.'terlli'gE.'ielniiigeiti
Centre of the Kettle River
T-IIIHT
I        SiL'!H
Count-v
\_y s - Li a _> w«   y *
I. Hr  tindor  Ji^i
""A": Ill
.*!'.   Hs.   ha
4,1 4,1 4,1
HlltTY DAY.' from
iltino.l, Inton 1 upplj
t'liininissiiini'i'iif l.itiiilsun ; Wur a f irnliecni
in prusp. rl fur until on llu- liillutvlng doact'tbod iif!
.   .  hurl ut lniiil-con.i..i...eli.|! al n a nle sol in bod j J]*
nf Honk crook, mul adjoining calm nf Juhn i J|fj
Motions, Etc. Wrir iiiiiI w. t. Thumps...., thonco on i:c|4|
i-eal. thonco mu- uiili- north, tbsno'j una mil ■' ■ '
■
■
a ai,ii iniill thupritifiniil eiti'S
iii uiiin Tn lisla-a.  Brant
'oinmeroiiiliintl Inn ell hi| m 'tl is ivtiiiuliitMii nny part uf lite world.
■ ifts [ssu3_. CoIltr:t;oM3 Katie to I'll i'cints.
MESS . . ,
I,, GItGAT VARIETY
eusi, ihi-iiec nne mi c -a.ulli tu lhe point uf com- \ ijlj;
iiiciiiinncnl. .I'l IN CAMPBELL,
ltock Crook, lleccii.be.' 0,11.115.
Lo!:s on Easy Terms to Actual   I:
-i -
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
laiiM Iti.- i\ !  ; rlsl a MII1A 1
VANHOUVKH     -     -     NEW W15STJHKSTEH.
\'H TORIA NELSON
Vernofl Imii : 0, L REMLEESOI. : Manager,
Resident-c.
!_
a,     ki,     at
'SS   TS   VS
Good Goois - Plenty of Ther
and Low Prices at
NOTICE.
TIIIIITY PAYS nftor Tiie 1, Uu
signed, iiiirml i'i npiilyiii iliu ^
tlio iiiitlfi'
At-sislitii
Livery, rm ai be
W. H. NORRIS ,„,,.. R.C. ADAMS,   II       f.-_    ,     TJT^i   r. •
m;,,,i,i' ii r ui -I,, p n      11 Good Smgie and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Korses.
Midway, B. C.
mwm
-        nigUl'll.   UIIUIIU   .<>   I.|',m,i    v    .M-r-irx,,,,        _
■«   ('oniinlKplniiOr  nf   l.iuuis nnd   \\'(ii*kn fm- i^-**
Ik-eiisiMi) ]ini.-tii'it dr mil i.n I lie fullmviii-   *jf. *g
dortiTibcfl tract of Ir.nd- cLminciictug ut n atako   "j "Jj-J !
fiUimtod niiiiti' ihi1 !J mlluBciist ft'otn ItoekurooK   n\ !
Smith Bros. Book Slope SS
M. ntreal, P. Q.
I
i. '   . ia ft J-iBlil , J.
VtiKi-ION, E. C.
nnd running cast ono mile, llio.uo south ono nl
ico weal mu! mllo, Ibcnco iinvtb ono
* point of inn iu mi uu nl.
CHAIILES WILSON.
RookCraoK.Oo lord, IHU,
GRAND
NOTICE.
"IHIITY DAYS ulli!' date I. the under
,,„    ,;j    ;-   ;    L^iiifiiltilliliiyt^flli^
H.i
i.i
PACK
HORSES
I
n.t -|T>    1]   "TIIIHTY
O^^fl'^fsl'IflTinil     Kail wgncLiiiH'iull.. ..|.pl)-l.i lli.'Asslslunt!
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
X£:°| MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
VERNON : FLOUR: fi:
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors
AND SUPPER
There will be u Cumin uuoratlon Hull mul Sup.
per nl lhe
i    t
Commissioner of hands und Works fur tilicoiiBO |
to prospect for ooal on ilia (.illnivh
Innil- cumincuciug ul a slaitc t.'anted about j
fiiiiriiillcacaitfi'otiillnciici'coK.tliciicoenst.oiio  a	
inile, Ih.-nri! suiih mi. lnile, ihoiiao ivesl ono ,, ,, „ «,..,-,
mile, thence noi'th mo mllo in iho point if No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
| ciimuioneom  ,i. p. bacon. Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
'■'"^'''»■'■";" '■''"i;-' *■'■ Best Brands Liouers and Cigars.        -       -        Good Stabling. Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatm.at, and Gornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Grand Prairie lute!
NOTICE.
GEO.   ____.   SPE-OUXrU,
nn (,'hilsltnns t
'iilli Invited tm
la.   Mli
Tni.,TY hays „ into I, Ur in- BS.ACKSIWITH   AND  VjKEELWRSGHT,
1   slit.
simied, Inten.l u|i|i!,tinj.r in llie Asslslanl
riiiiiiuissiiiner uf I .nulls iiiiiI Works for u license
to prospect for conl on lhe f illnn-liu. iloserlbod
WIC-.AREr-|  EIRGG.     trnct of Innil: Comnioiielnif tit a slnko sot ahonl
 ^    01.0  inile ensl uf lhe miiilh if Unrk   crock,
iiiid I'liniiln. llieni!' civil..iia ml!... ilu neo smith
Hi
koe.s_se:g-ekg and general repairing,
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotol, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
I'd "'a'l,'-1 ''a;')--ayaiiiii'.ai da, i from nne mile, ihonce ivost mn iiilo.llionco nor
i , it, -Thiri i'-.;:;,in,.-i.m;.r7i'ju!'is'uuil't"';',rks ' mil-, to lho pot f coiniiionwiiiciit,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(•.I'll iiiiii-   In rill mi I rill'l')-II uut-timber fl'lim I K. >l. I'llWhaili
ih   iiamiii: dcsarlliod 'nuIs,sltuulo lu tho     HnckCrock,flclnbcr23. IM.
...in iieh"(i: ■' |v -nl mi lhe' Il I , l
an.. I   l.nkr.iil -I hnl feel lllllll    \T<H1t'l'. Is   ll *'"llf   Kivn Hull   lllil'lt lints
i  tlill.nr crook, riiiiiilrg Ihonoo norlh iuu   IN fromiliuol.h'tl-Komtil MulllonryInlondlo
ine".™"- "ciiiLsh iSV'"u-iu-l^ift \$&»Z\"&n7^ ' GOOD ACCOMMODATION
"»''' i"1' * ™ "r '■ -''""";,;",!'; S|n|,KXXA!<i' !,i'',".'";!"nJ"',f.'!sinn"lf v'S-ttKh!1"'!        Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Keltic I.It*.'.', II, C, lici'onih'ci* I, lttl.1.' Cummoii-ili.K nl a point about ono mllo west.  :	
if Chi'istlmil.reok, iiinuiii,,' ihonce south I2dl
is, ihonce oust 8il clinlns, ll.oui'o north 121)
C. o. si I in.son, I'rop,
KAIliVIHW, 11. t'.
GOOD STABLING
{'■:,,   *tB»!
eiuilns,tliouco wesl a. chains lu llu- polnl uf'   1      T
iMinnioiiccnioiil iiliihilnu '.Hi acres ninroor   ll      I
less, uinl 1. inil sun he.-lvuf un I illliotllillir J. \Y,     i\ f I
I.ik'.i lYoudselnln.. Ul U I
KiratlEIIALlI McCLKKRY,
Kettlo lilvor, 11.1'.. Ilei-em-,eri, IHIi.
7 wMm -x
W^WiK-/*1                   MUli'lIl'.'.'.'. II..'.. lii.'*em.erL'.l.'l.-i. GOUIG-   SO*a-37Z3:
$;':^^r3ft^£&         i.-/avi'.'-i>. ,\ ,,,!,„ fi,,- eve,.,- in runirii' ttill l(!;ivc Penticton   7 a.m. every Ttiesdiiv,
VV      tllHtnOl   "f   Milliiliilill,   N.   \\ .   T.   llllll .                     .     .                     ....                      '                            ','
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Olns- Acciiiiiniiiiliitimi.  (Idiul Stabling, Tofinlmis nf 8tag« Line
fiuiii Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle Rivep Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Thursday  and
GO',1) CI-IM    I iNifs*. NiTir," !i,viri«iit'oiiVmibia*id'roiircsoni.ourliiiniyc-riim-1 Saturelay, arriving at F;iirview i p, in., and Oro, Washington,
' '"Is 1  1   liyilV.'.   iiiiii .until nui'serv slnrk nil! HOW seed pnln.     ,' . D        '
Liberal hiilueeniuus in ivl.nlq or luui   the SiUllC CVCIllll''
A LL  i HACK !   MINIM,   i I,.tills   \M
i'i  I  im..I- I. .ai a, hud in ihe ('in.inn.
.nisi..in.1 \ nil! I'ls.rirl
IIiii- lien,   laxtieiai a . n!i" ri"'!i tvll! 'Hit Ihi...
nil'i rn kiiiiI nne.   linp'ciiionl auoiila, farmoiK, GJ-orrfl-G* ?2TQZiZ1Z123r.
I',i!'lll"l's suns, rlui-si. ni'i'iiis unit scluuil Inu-h-l      ...   , _ .,,     .. ,,
.unwiiidi.ivciiinimik intu ii.k Mi'iiih'vi.'hi.ri mil leave Oro, \vaslnn-fton, 7 n. ,11,, Mondavs, Wednesdavi
III uver fm in llie ' ''III I' ill Illll 1.1,. " e'l villi lea Slui-k 1 slrrlnllt '
       '   '    ,  11". ....,!,...      -• I ..    .... I ,.
. ili.-i..ll"l •,lllel'ls,rirl!,|.,..,,,,l iiterlrniiillie'iul l'li'l 111!!''""''! vlllll|s..s|..|.l(,sl,..ei,lllt ! ,     ..... ..:..,' ' ,'.
11 f .vunmihcr. im«,iii um ist.,1a--i.f f'"'"'i'i'"0 1° fiwmrti.*ii-ii«"'      "    l°        I ndays, rciicliing I'itirview at 11 a, m.j connecting with
iiime, iw,      r. a. 11. i.Miri.v.   '        ""'' '"'' X^''.n|MVi;i«otiin,    \ SS. Aberdeen and S. & 0. and C, P. Railways.
lliial rniiuiiliisliiiie,, Prnpi'lo'orsof "l'n..lhill Xnrsnilos,   ! '
A. J. Sprole, Prop,
Intriiiiil'lil Otttee. (Isnyuus, Ihi
ifJtllOl  ..hi". I !'.
i.i**-r-st iii .le- Dominion Out TfOiicron
HenInillei'.Tn-"i i.Out.■ brunches,I'hlcngo,i
Y.l, -."■! -Ini.-i-ia'. I'.',', |
LBaves Penticlon on Thuredays at G a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays al 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M.MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Crni'd Forks, B, <-
»,____E_I"_3   HOEM   ££OTEL.
IiI'MHV, B.0.
Fir-t-01n«ti Acqoinnio_Ht|on iur Qiiosts, G.kkI limiting and Flsliing
Stages to Vornon und Bint1 Springs,
X-O'iils n-Eo-^aiXxidL, Pvop,

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