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 THE ADVANCE.
01
Vol. IV, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1895.
$2.00 per Yer.r.
W. M'c
OOHRANB,
. FALLGOODS.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Bools .0(1 Shoes.   f"i:" •»»>*■■*■
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
WeliavejiiHt received our Kull ami Wlnlcr Ntoe-k of tho nbovo nnd aro
sclHnif Hiime at. very low prlcos. So boforo pn reluming your winier BUppllORbO
sure und jfivo ih a cnl) nnd lie convinced Hint our priooa nro tlio
Lowest in -tire Market
W. T. Shatford & Co. ,
Fairview, Cninp McKinney nnd Vernon.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
% Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. #
-l.t.lUITOk Hl'I'llEMK r.U'KT,
NoT.tKt' Pl'm.Il', CONVBYANOKK, I*TC.
Olllco: -ihiKire's niouk, Hitrniiril Avdiiuc,
VKHNON.  - ii. 0,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ete.
Oppipri Martin's Block,
Vernon, B,U,
pOHIIKS M, KKltHV, IM..S.,
A. M.C..S.('.I''., •'
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
VEIINON, I). ('.
T
E. CROWELL,
THOMSON ST., V_ltNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fitting's a Specialty.
C H. LATIMER,
VKHNON, B. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land Suweyoi*.
Mom. Aiiict- Sue. li rig. lings.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
EXTRAVAGANCE IN CARIBOO. „ mineral resulting fr  tin' .l.'i'iiii)|..i-' mi this side of llio Atlantic,  The mi me
jsiti.iu  ..f syenites, shales unit nther is ilniie iu Kgvpl. tm; iu fact, Egypt is
A   rnrrespuiidunl  signing   biuisolf Ii-oi-ka, nnd the ch.se proxlinutidii nud |i-< much iiculnuy nf Ureal lli-ltnln ns
"Tired," ivrlllng lo the Province, com- other Innil eotidilluns uf siitue of lhe Indiu is.   In IhuKfiiue tvit.v In llu.i.l.nv.
nients severely upon the oxtrnvugunrc largest deposits nf ihis inineriil sup- England ruins a 'Si'i grain dtilliii-for
of llie gnverninenl  in first Inijldlng|port- ihis supposition.   Cryolite isa  China,
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C- M.
VEItNON, II. ('.
I.atk or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knq
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
QHAS. E
COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. ('.
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M„B.O.A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL    LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN,
Gjod floating and Fishing,   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LBQUinVIE   -BROS.   &  CO.
E_IiOW1IA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Order, from lhe Lower Okiinngan will receive proinpt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans nnd Estimates In any
Portion of lhe Province Immediately Attended lo.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osofl-A
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
chiuriiintinn reduction works iu ihnt
i'i.....ley uud   ileal  nlliiivlng  I In'.).  I.,
full Intu disuse a ail ileeuv.   Upivaids
ol$20,00!)went speur, upon the .-....*
slrui'titin nf the works in t|itt'stiuii,
..nil yet ive iu_ I..1.1 everything is going
lo wreck   uud   ruin   around   annul
Just, why lhey wore ever cniislrurted
might puzzle iii.yl.udy, even lhe guv-
eruiiiunl Itself until il wus nlso "tired,"
fnr it seems very  little use tvus ei'ei'
Hindu of llieni,   li uilglil  mil  l.e very
wide of Ihe nuni  il' lliu suggest inn
were niinle   il.nl   ihese  tvurks  iveri'
the inile..nu'.if ii l-lll ell* vole policy ,U0tl
if sueh it e.i'l he .'.ise lhey inighl yel
lie iiuide to do service for the govern-
llieni, nnd hy Iheir removal lo oilier
purls of thf province,  l.e  uiude It.
serve a gond purpose in hriiigiug the
wayward liuck In lhe fold,   ll  would
he well, therefore, to suggest tlmt ns
thetetire ninny thousands, or suy niil*
lions, uf Inns of tii-c ..I'u suilnlile char*
iiclei- lo In* treated liy the clilorinalion
process in  the soul hern  poi'llou uf
Brillsh Culumhiii's Inlerinr, why nut,
i-.-ilher ili.-iii allow ilie plant In remain
idle in its presenl. pusition, have the
snuie niut'i'il to a more silllnhle luca-
lion und put iu operation? It tuiglit
then reflect credit, upnn Hie govorn-
nii'iil ihnt sniii'l iiuicii the expenditure
fur Its erection, and in doing so lend a
helping hand tu the mining industry,
mid nl the Biime time advantage the
country Bomttwhat, and pay hack lolhe
lux pay cis, licit Ii principal nud interest,
which ..I the pics.nl time i.s heing ill-
lowed Io go to waste, nod is a slur
upon III.) excel.live nhllity uf the prill-
inee's leglslalnrs,   It' tlle guvcinuieiit
is sincere ill lls desire lo  isslsl the development of ilia mining luJii.try, It
will lose un tune ill seeing thai  Ihis
plant is put to good use, as it represents ant i nn unit, of outlay the people!
have nnl for some tin e past heen well
altln In nll'iiid. nud which il ivere sheet'
negligence lhey should altogether lose.
... -- ► »... —
ALUMINUM  ITS SOURCES.
Iliau id., uf si.ilium ami aluminum, cuu* "Now we tvniild he glad If lhe gold
tiiliilng when pure Iii per cent, ofipivm ut lhe ensl ivntilil explain huiv
ulu..liiiiiui. su ihul ii is Itself n very I lung, In fit* eslliualiiin, 11 ..ill he, le*
luiv gi.ml,* u.e. The liii'gcsl ilepusiisof I fore Ureal Brllaln ivill give up this nil-
tills llllliei'lll uccur ill (l.'eenluml, ussu- villllugo, ,She keeps heiwlf "iin gold
eiulcil will, gneiss. Liii'gu i|iiuiililies luisis. She keeps such colonies lis she
nf this mineral have lieen tvorked and can "" a silver luisis; she l.uvs her
a great share shipped In Ihis counlry goods nitli rlivi-c deprecialiil iu price
fur li'i'j.li.u'ut. Inferior deposits of I Ilis J-0 percent,; sliu eolteels her inleresi.
mineral mo found nl Pike's I'oiik,C..lu, and dividends in gold, till.eh Is up-
Tills iiilueral, logctliri' with lu...site, prcclaled 100 pel cent.; she ol.lalus
fi.ruiiirly  funned  the staple ores of food foi'liei'lahorersni fiOpcrrchl he*
.iliioiiiiii.il. iIiumkIi lule.- cryolite in n low 1 in innil price, texlilesaiidolhci'
fused stale hns heen used in play the stock fui her factories nl llii'sninenile*
rule uf iiii clectiulyle fur llieextraellnn Ihe world is her dcl.tor, mul has until*
of aliiiniiiiiiii fi-oiii linuxlte, ll. is of leu! ing I o pny in except etc pruducls,
used fim innki.igsudniii.il snilai.l.uninn iil.ieh she nhlnins nt hull' price, uud
salts,   Io  Pennsylvania it. tins heen sl ill from Presidenl ("ci-eliind nud Mr.
ilu
■■in
ii-iiful
ur hill heads
le.. ul   Till.'
Iiesl sllhsi-
lle I'lliull,
fill' ' .11)1111(1
expressiuiis
I   uf   lhe   it isl
ta Will some
ip and explain
tiny why I lie
of lhe enst ilo
nioii' iluin do
ul lhe westr
Inner heads,
ADVANCE,
SMELTING I!. C. ORES IN ENGLAND.
used iii miinufnctilling white glass. Carlisle down I
which is n very gond Imitation uf tlissetl gold-ling
porcelain, is n..thing hm
(loi'iindiiin   tvus   for ly   snughl  " V." and
chiefly ns re of aluminum, hut utv-!nver the ilish„u,si  	
illg lo ils. XI ic  hardness il, js used ' wh" l,l,nl-"snll" l.in..'
more us an nhi'iislve sulislance iin.l "' those wise asses rise
gnu-   Ili.-iii   as I, •!•.    The  light I"   ""Uio   loustinuhle
colored vn He , nitli n vitreous his. workers and producers
tic .ni. lulled sapphires, lhe smnky■■"■ "-""'I »H ■'•'■"  "">'
and dull ctilnred  variulies etu'und  silver and gold inlneis
propel-,   while  the  l.rutvo uud hlack I
varieties cnnlaiiiiiig linpui'ilies.asuiag-
,*,      i .-, i       •     i    , velup.*
nelile. I.e..iiiiiii- uml spinel, etc,, puss        '
under lhe .iiiiiii' uf ei......v.   Dl.ispnre
und  gllihsite hydrales nf aluminum
containing Si nml   li.*i   per eenl.  nf    0 if ilie lending Rngllsli nre iiu-
(ilti.iili.u, rcsi't'clively,   The lnr  is j,,,,,,,,,,, H||j s |U.W |,llH ,-L,c-i-nlly lict-.i
nrdiniirily t|iilte pure, hut uiving tu llie |.l,,„.,,M. | ;„ this province  in Hie
limited ucciii'i'cnoe uf ihese iiiliiwiil- p,.m,ni,f ih,. princlpiil, Mr, A. Iloi'iiliy
lhey are used very lllile us tires, |,,,u.|Si   j|Pi |„.,v|„ ,VIW,,,,,,-), impressed
Kaolin and all other clays containa ivilh ilu* pugsihilltjcs uf ore pruritic*
large poreentn-e >' aliimiuum hi Ihe lion In the pmvhieo, and Is inclined lu
form of silicate. These bnve nol,how llllnk that suineal least of the smelt-
ever, heen used fur ihe prndiicllou of Ing of such prndiicl  "ill liecoiitliictitl
the melal, owing lo lhe dllHcully nnd hy lhe homes Hers nnd lhe Imlauie
enst nf separating Hie silica entirely ; will ul length lie handled lit- lln'lisli
frum Ihe metal. The preseni'ii uf even | It'iiises, AiTangeiueiils linve ul.-c.-i.lv
.-. somil percenlnge nf silicon in lhe heen nintle wherehy several rarloiidsof
melal ofleli renders It useless forvnri- -Uver u.e. Imse hullloii uml nipper
...is p...puses,  ivherciiR, ns in olherlmatte will he treated  n-  nn expel*
cases Its presence Is considered ralher nieiii. hv Ihis li. n, in Livoi| I, nml
no ndvanlage.—O, Chandler Ilm I in should lhe reaiill he salisfiicloi-y uiiiiiy
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH 4 CLERIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked into  furnishings
a specialty.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, H.C
—A-fZ&xxt.   fo-t"—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsnle
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nicholles & Honour, Agricultural .Machinery,
—Ag-ont  3Pox-—
Tbe Okanugnii-Spalliiinciieeii Dists.
FOB
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co,
The Dominion Building: k Loan Association.
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 antl Door Factory en C. I'. R„ Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly nn hand at, Reasonable Prices.
LEQUIME   A   POW EPS, Proprietors.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
HARRY A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
iSuccessor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
MIDWAY, B. O.
 IOI	
RATES: Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1,00 each;
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Cold,
Silver, and Coppor, $3.00. Othor
rates on application. Samples from
a dlstanco will receive prompt attention.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, ancl Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write fur prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
WOOD,   OAKOILI   4c   CO.,      -      -       ABMBTJtOI.0
Send Your Order to
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
Fop Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
Within the Inst fctv years hardly
nny metal used iu the arts hits attracted niui'i*i-itlciiiinii uf hulh lhe metallurgist and n.i.i.iil'ucliuc:- lllllll lllllllli-
iiiiiii, This appears in In* chiefly dm*
tu the many hi inihle properties of the
melal itself and Its alloys with oilier
metallic elements as cupper, silver, elc,
While aluminum Is nno nf the must
frequent occurring iiielalllc eleuienls
known—oven rivaling the occurrence
of iron— comparatively IViv nf its ..its
are avallahle tn us for the production
nf the metal nl a sufficiently Imi- cusl.
The principal sources from which ilu*
melal hns and is nl, present derived are
the n ri iti. in I and native alums, hauxite,
crydile, cui-uuiliun, tliaspme, kaolin
and ull clays,
..liui.il.ile is ihe principal natural
iihiiii which holds aluminum in nny
i|iiuntily, Inil. ..I present is used very
little as an ure. It. is a sulphate nf
aluminum und noc'iirs In large deposits
on lhe Gila river in New Mexico, associated with clays its.inly in uniform
musses. Bauxite is really a lluinnile
in which the iron is partly or entirely
replaced l.y aluminum. This iiiliiernl
is nuw lie main source ul' Ilm metal,
although uiilil within .. few years
cryolite has afforded .. large quantity
of the aluminum used io tl..' ...is. It
cunluins (VI In 70 per cent, uf alumina
an ore ctihlulnlng less than It) per cent,
is of un ....'irl...uial.I.> value, ll, however, as n iitle carries huge amounts nf
in.p.nil ics, such ns slllcn, oxides ul
manganese und Iron, enihonates of
lime (ind magnesium, and in thi'.Smith-
cm Slnles, wheiu it occurs illiiintliilitly
a little phni-phiiiii! nod lit.inic acids
are found alsu as Impurities, li oe*
curs iu largo deposits in AIiiIuiiiiii,
Georgia, lhe Curollim., Virginia, Arkansas and Tennessee, In thcAlahauin
tli'pnsiis the lulnei'iil is iniuiil In lower
siiui'iiii Hi uin in lhe Inilu nf pockets
and cnncciililc layers iu close cniiilei-
Hon willi deposits nf lin...i.itc uml
clay. These deposits very often show
a pisnli.ii. nr nulille slriieliire ami are
very seldtiin, If evei', nf a line massive
character,
The ilepuslls in f'oui'glu a...I Al.tlinnm
hut'.* heen very prulilal.le and afforded
mosl ultho mineral used for the pro*
due! Inn nf aluminum. The ilepuslls ill
Arkansas occur in ihe tertiary wind*
slones I ill ns yel havo yielded very
little of the mineral, ..whig in il.e large
am..uul nf hull which it  curries, tills
lieing a rnUiersei'lniisilelrluieul iu the
IIUul.TII tl'I'IltlllOlll (if Illl! Ill
Western Mining Wnrld
 ► e 4— -
signed,
('niiniii..rial jnh printing dune
this office ut living rates.
 4.4	
KETTLE RIVER MININh DIVISION.
Important cunlracls will  he
The prelimiiiiiry I'liluii.'iun nl lhe ure
tl   ttill hi' ii.iiflii   in   Vancouver  hy Ilm
Ih-in's representative, .Mc. W. I'ellew-
Harvey, P. ('. ti., ami n cnuxidfrnhlu
;cash  'idviince ngainsl   such  cntisign*
inciils given. Negnl hit Inns nre In hand
Record of Mineral Locations tor tho Week  fnr the   piu-chuse  nf  lhe Ilcvelsluke
Ending Deceuibor 26. Isiuelter. In 1 sod us u mulling ..luiii.
IS. Klldee, Dendivnoci ciunp, H. Slnarl i,v ,IM English smelling c..ui|..iny.
10. Vlulel,  Dciidivoud    ninp, (I.  A, I   Recently Ihe repiesetilallves uf lhe
Reiulell,                                        fflvnt gnld and plnlliium I'elliiei's nf
1(1. I'rccn.hiT, Deadwoodcatnp,Roherl  |, |,in iWmm. .Inhu-duu, Miitthev ..
Co., has heen lu ilu- prnvlnce imiking
in.p.hies regiirdlug tin- piuchiise ut
Ihese iiii'iuls f..|. icllnlng | iii| nsis in
l.iuiil,ui. li i~ innil. Ihnn likely tlmt
iu I8IK), the innrkel I'm' these metals
will he Lund.ui iiisi.'uil nf San Print-
risi-ii, Hpul cash will l.e paid fur gnld
uud pluI iiiiiii. us sunn lis i In* Dueness nf
lh"  liiillinii  hns I n   ii.fcl'tailied,
Wellliiglnn  inn.p. S. It.  Mining Re.
Ilinglon camp, Cl.  W,
Wood
1(1. I,illlu Hiilniii.  Deadivnotl camp
.1. \V. Hugh Wnnil.
111. Luncnsi. r, Deadwood cninp, linlil
Wood.
it). Windsor,   Welliuglt.il   rump, I'
McKerchar.
2(1. Nu. 8, Wellington ciunp, J, W.Mc
('nun and O. W. I'l Iinl I.
20. Drover
(icil.lis.
20. Elliot, Wellinglon camp, 0,  VV, i;,iu nn: ki.iti.i: i,r.,aa
Elliott,
21. Maple Leaf, Wellington camp, J,
Mcintosh.
21. O. It. ,. N„ Wellinglon cuiiip, ('
I'nsgrif ..ml 1). I', llllchull,
21. Miiiiiami, Nurlli Fnrk Kettle I Iver,
I). II .iiniiiil.
2,1, Hesper, Deiidwuod, cainp, I'. W,
11. Suns......
21. Allurlsl, Nurlli Fnrk .Keltic liver,
(I. W. Averill and A, I,, lingers,
21. Farina, Smll It's cainp, 0, Cook and "cveral week
('. M, Rundell,
21. H.il.y l''ian iii.ii. Siullh's i-uinp. Il
A. Kendell,
Clilt I'l I'll' ITI.-S (IK IVIHIK,
II. 0. Ii„ I). A. IInll.ri.uk,
NOTE, Tlie O. II. appeared iu Insl
week's issue as lliu (J, 11., wil 1 ■ dale.a*
ihe liilh Instead uf I llh.
► fl 4
WHO NEEDS SILVER HOST?
ll is reported ihul a ehnrtei'lo latilil
a .nili-iin.I Iiiiiii lhe Ciilumhla livnin
Ihe Kettle river country lias I n applied I'm. nml Ihul Ilm nuni. il lhe
charier is gninled, will he huill next
seiisnn, li is said Ihul lhe Canadian
Pacilic Is standing hack nl I he enterprise,    If lllis lap.U'l shullltl pint.' I.l.e
ii will pi'i.hahly luke the runic hrli liy
mil lined   in  tin-  Rpuki'siuan-Revii'iv
UK". vl*/„, fruln llu1 Co*
iiiulii.i pnsslhly luRnssluiidtiilidlhcme
lllllllisl    ihle    ttesl    In   llli'    plISS   III    ll "
llrail nf Clll'lsllnil lake, k.until n,
Cnryell's puss,  Once lluiiugh Ihis inn.
Ilm Kellle litec n in- is reached, If
it is ihe Canadian Piiellic, ilu- route
will he 70 mill's -Ir.Hn ihan Ihe one
formerly surveyed .uul lhe pn-s (i-0
feel Inttel. ll ttill menu mill ll in Il.e
linllliiliuv I leek lllslllel, ill I'm I IiiiiII
lhe mil.ini; legion  ivesl  In in Ihe Cn.
ami.in. nml will siiuiiilnie mining in
an iii al degree,   There i- no lensuii
l.iip.esllnli lheni'iaiiiicy nf llu- ii'ii.iil
nf thu I'liiirlel'In l>e applied I'm' nl lhe
ciining Fossiim nt the British('uiitmliia
W. DALRYMl'I.K
GV«jisi.o---c.l     J31n.d3-M-r.-t.l-
FAIRVIKW, ll.C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   HorsoshoolnR a
.Specialty.
for aluminum l» win-Ill frnin $o lu$K
pel' tun, ils innrkel talue ile|iendllig
upon ils degree nf pucilv. Ilniixile,
luiwevei-. is nnl usiii unit- ns u .-naive
nf iih.miinu.i lu.l. greul .pinu.iti"*' nre
used lm- lhe Illllllllfilcllll'C ul alum- uml
The Western WiningWnil.l.dlscuss-
illg   lhe  -ill ce ipieslinll.   makes llll'HI
peri im ni remarks!
"Silver hiilllun ill Hi cenls |H!|'iiiinci
will hity Justus uut"h .if ilm pi'iuhicls
r,i,    i-    .     .     ,i i    i  n        ,.  luil'llilmi'lil.    Ilieliiiul is nni-nf
nf lhe lllllll  ns   lhe   coined   .Inlluisnf   *. ,   ,
like weight would have purchased iu
INiii, when silver tins nl $1,2020 per
...in.'.', when. in.Iced, ii suid fnr a premium uver tliul price in gnld,"saysthe
Salt Lake Trihiine.
"in liniiii the.-.1 hus heen tin change
in llie stunda.il.   The tiii.k.'r in in.lin
works fnr 'he same llllllihei' of I'll) s
pel' m..uth thai he did iu 1872,llllll Willi
Ilis wage* Inns jusl us ninth ns he did
then.   In IN72 England hnughl Aiuei'l*
llu.ix.i..lean liulllun ni  $1,82 per ounce,anil
ul ni ein
p.
wiih il  liniighi Indian wheal and cut-
ton,  Nuw she huys American silver
lly, lllld lhe licicliiplliclll nf lhe inllie;
has heen sueh (hiring lhe Insl I lnr.
years Ihul the luinuige «ill he liugi
Ihiiii Hm start,
Thi' pas- al the I
luke. known as Coryi
covered several yean
pector out...ul Colin
siihst'i|i.eiitly survey
Cyryell,   Spokeniiian-Ri
Legal hluiiks nl  every  desciipl
liiinli'il .it Tut: Anv.tM Kolllee,
isl inn
**. tt.,.- il,.--
ago  I j   a pens.
McRae.    ll   lies
I  hi'   .Ma.  .1.   A.
ii-u.
' ll
The Innil uii the CHIT, which felld.i-.'
as a refrnelnry uiateiiah
Btiuxlle is sometimes I
linlil.in ut 07 cents, ships ll tu Boinl.ay j uu DeccuilK'r I, has uul heuii taken up
und has it coined, and wiih ilm coin liy Mr. P. S, Hii'ii.uil, iililiiiindi III.:
Iiuys I ivice its uuicli for every ounce of extra sUtlt of men Ihal had heen pul
sill.'I'lis she did  I hen.   This pi-nilllel   In wnak ll.lll lll'lile ll greul  il '((I heller
i sn | in. h.n-i'd is hroiighl tn England, Islinwlng, nven lievuiid
ed upon n..' .mil ilie prices ul' ii e.-iuiilish tin. prices I of the iiivncrsi
• tne. 111.lull ViMArnl   weekly   in' Mi.Uiiy.  R (',        velopmimfc work M a part of th.-enn-
SiibsiTtptfon I'rifc, fcMW pin- .umum, payable; l.roel,
nam!,™'ih,'';!!r:.^;iTly'"' '"'"''' ""'"' "' "'".    The  pmrhase  and .level... 'ill nf
AdvertisingHatesscnl nn application. this properly will lend maler'
Though iho ni uiiin- ul Tun Aiivaxce arc Ltice In the progress of ourim
ill'tlll's <l|it'll   fui' Illl' llisril-aidll  ill llllltliU'S Ul       .   . . .     j.
publlit Inleresi aril Importance um no not noc-1 rich mineral tlislriei, as
cessnrliy endorse any of the opinions expressed, i,.**,.,, ,,„,,.  r.ni,inn,iv   tn  il.e uin
|-.n..-|..i!i.|.ai! f ii iiri-aiuinl inilu,.,. ttill mi! lie !"ln"   "'u   ""npunl    I"     a
published. I iniinei-niis ones lining  husuiess 1
mmmmm® i
I
wwmm GRAND PRAIRIE
n  m
2i- O T '■'.  'X.
'■   'Illl!...:,. |   a.
Ill.tOCl     I
THE ADVANCE.   S^-X^.JK T.MCNICOL*
w.ii. n.ikiiis . ,   pno,mET„,, j the agreeiuent Hnes not'stipulate de-fj
-i
'■■■■■   11   jars
v        ■'■ "   FAIRVIEW _   _   _     M mm
.      .    ,*.    a. 	
mm ftyiftiij
'< 9 i
and the properly is well worth all llu   s1/     ,,,      1    TjU|   Qfnplr   nf ft
attention and ninney thai, miiy he he- i'S    i'S    11   I Ull   jjiiUUIY   U .......       iw
^ 1
Ul'   V        I   ;
ICldt
MONDAY, DE. EMBER 80. 1803,
A mm III this spn-olmU-
lit.- .lull ti.lll'-llliarii|lliii||
RAILWAY EXTENSION.
nl nf his liilinr, us he hnsin    I 11     TIT      1      Til        I      i
^sirsftsAII Wool Blankets
: stowed upon It, as the eluiin carric
tun distinct, veins, one ill nnd the
i.therflOfeol in width, the oreof which
snmples from $7 to $20. The situation
nf the claim is lo the north of lhe
. Monarch and jninlng Ihe Snowshoe on
I Ihe west, Witli further development
'nnd us depth is obtained nn doubt I he
 will improve in richness, as in all
Ifnn.v substantiation nf Iho f.irl thai ,„.„,,, ills,,m,,.s |„ -h-B uumpthishas
the milling inleresls ,.f the SunUiern b,,,„ ni(, gl!lim| .hnraelerlstleof lhe
llkiiiiiigain an' iidviiucing is needed, ,.inj,n8 .,
"" l,;l" ly '" ohsei'ic the change    should the sale he carried tnaflniil      *»?
nl i.-iiiii iiiiHiifestod hy lhe different  ~n,-p|,,,| Mr. Iletu will well deserve|
railway cuinpanies lotvaril Ihis region. ||„,lvvvil,,|„f his lahor, as lm hnsin1
A ti-ai nr I'.vu iign. mul in fact only u nu, .mm
li it nu ini lis -im I-, if railway magueies Li..-,^ |,
"""' apiiniaeheil   'hlng llie l""*-'    ,-;,,-, vilif? mil sinKlv (ind alone a greal
hililyof 1'iiilway exlelis  and emu   lini„',|llt 0f work in tlio shape of open
inllllicnliiill I" mi.' many Bnillldary \mmen[g „,„! s|,„ris npnn Hie veins,
Creek camps, Uie enipilier ivotllil In nil |hl, •■,„, Mt, nf w|)lcli lillioi- hu is
eii.piiries .'.....ive lhe une ami only answer, vl„., railway I'litiuniiiiiculiiiii will
he t'lll'llislieil as snuii us the lulltlllge is
in sigat thai, will waii'iiil tlie cimstriic-
lion nl a railway In handle il. Now
Ihis pulley seems in have been changed
and unite nnuther adopted. Theeanse
nf all ihis is ilie railway
cuinpanies nre more convursaiit. ivilh
ilie i-niinli-y uml itsrcsuurcesthan they
fiu'iiiei'ly tvere, uinl nre uutv ill a pnsi*
linn in knuw, having discovered ii lo
lie on ililii,aiit   lllllttel'  In   Iiiul   one  nr
inni.  suitable   routes  ihi-niigh   lhe
i-iiniili-y,   ll.nl   il   will   pay  llie...   In
jiiluiiihite the milling Industry by fur-1
liishing transpoi'liilioii fncililies rallicr
jhnn ,-nvi.il Lhe slow and tardy develop*
jiieal nf ilm cnuntry, laboring as ll is
mule.- ils presenl (lif.lcnll.lcH,   As we    araS,'„ph refeci'dl In was .nut-lined
,.
LARtlEST AND Ul    .   1SSORTE1      I'O. '.  ! a   illl   "°
\
iyft.ft .iirtft)
I'lUCES REASONABLE,
mclaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SItOP   IX   CONNECTION
HA Rub|,ei   Boots
Hi Lumbermen's Overshoes
Hi Manitoba overshoes.
S01J''S5li--Eil:4im
.,*-.. --.&-..-■ -rr,.._r^a ._.._„.. «*_.   Stage Leave every Monday ami   Wednesday
.SLA*- "i''i__ii«/iL'4_-*Ji*»i tor Moral,. Wor-i,
&m
at    at    sJt
ill  -ft  -ft
Also a New Line of
Hi   Hi   Hi
4,1        4,1        4,1
now experiencing,
 *. t -.	
IS STILL IN IIUS1NESS   A CORRECTION.
McNICOL
' FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED}
§
JOYFUL NEWS
""qKANAGAN  gAWMILL,
 m   KELOWNA, B. C,
You can now purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made and finished; Window Sash, Laths, Shingles and
ail other kinds of house finishings; Rough and Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
inperan anntitincemeut staling thai    v TT Cl m     I T» Tl T IT Tl T4 /-,   ,        r ir     ,    n* ,*,*     ■ ,* •    ,       ,      •
have sold mv business here,  I beg   I I   \T    A K U    V ll Ml Orders from  kettle River  District solicited and prices
o contradict, such statement,   [have (J (J |J 1    A ll 111  } ill) ft     .',"". ,'."";
"       ■ ■ furnished upon application to
In the Editor of Tun Aijvancr:
Shi.   I see iii lhe lasl issue nl' your
paper an annotincemeut stating Ihul
I
I
nut snid my business. 1 am carrying
nn my trade Inn. as usual nnd mean In
iin mi, I runsiilev such a statement to
ilm puhlic very Injurious in me. Your j^.j r>J'J
Informant must have been mistaken, i
I biivc snid my house bul nothing
mm p. Wm. Gordon,   |
Kellle Hive.-, Dae. 21, 1895.
(The above speaks for itself.   We
would wish In sav, however, that lhe
MIDWAY, B, C.
have I'l'ienliines pointed mil, lhe
Buiindnry ramps slaud alone when
unlriisled tiiih others un the Anieri-
iu nni' (li'.uul Prairie correspondenl's
miles, uml upnu lho subject ii..|.iesllnn :
he   musl   have  been  slighllv   tliixitl-1
ci,7conliiieiirfol'"il,c\.noi'mmVs''sui'* f'"",nl'   UVlnist """ n<> injury will
f showings nf the „,-e bodies, ami a-   rt's"11 '" Ml' (J""1"" "s " "'"liuenre !
ivhnlever developinenl wurk has heen H*1"' I"'1'" l!"" "r '"'" -1''1"'""'1"'
jIdmi1     llllS    [il-iivt'il   (if   ;i    s;ilisC:li-|iii'V :
(■Imi.icl.'i, \v« .'im only coimiu'iiil lhe
nriulmicp and fiHr.iiirh! nf any "**
nnil   clici'i't'iillv   render this  coit.t-
En.]
n.uv which «ili elide.'.v..r in be fii-i in   RT____  IT _ 1. J __.   fl _ _ J
iz-__t_,'S5j;N.w Holiday ta
Books .  . ■
.  Fancy Goods ...
. .  .  Notions, Etc. CHILDREN'S
Ha      H*      Ha
v_v   v;-?    /i\ Ai'olics.
:;::;.a:;,-:;:::.|1HS CARDS , , ■!„
i
ti
Ilia   iiii.   i-egioi',    W'c hate  always  111 Tcj'
I il nied under Ihe cniivlcll.ni I lia I  llu
III : I'linipanv In exleiid ilssjslcin into :       •   ■
i; is I'linniiy ttiiiiiil in-  ilu. Spokane
ul Noel hern, by cunlliiuing Iheir iiu.
an  Mai'iais In .Miilwny,  Inil now il
-.-..UIMilllel anuipiiliies ,iie   in lhe |ie|,l
tvliieli pi'i'.sunilllilv aie li irked  liy ill. i
C    I',    li.     Tiie   Sp.i'<..ini:i!| lletiett.
juKiliiieuling uu 111
ill pari i
" II' il    ia   Ilia    (-1111.1111.1:1    Pacilic,  ll
I'l.nle ttill pi'iihiihly hi' I'm,n .1 point on
llu'   fill.mil in   liter opposite   linl.ain,
s" Itussl.mil; iheiicc west, nearly I Good Goods - Plenty of Them
I.'Hutting III" DetVllliev Imll lllllll- llllll
0!' Chrislinn lakci I hence tti'si In Midway anil I'liilii'li.n. Tie. ('aua.li.lll
I'ni-ilii-luis luui ninny surveying pur-
lie, in Ihal aeeiimi during Il.e p..sl feu
years, ami il ia snid lhat ibis nuni enn j VERNON, B. C
easily leach ('hi'isliuii lake by follow-    — — .—~ —  rg fl
illg up Sheep creek, \TOTI0E Ik horoby jfivon Hint 111 dnrs frraaijx?
-A  inn p issued lasl  vear shims a : Pf, 'JS^0,1;,J- K| Mcl-onimii, ititoii<lloa,mly ^j
'. • t'lllir I Imi lianuiissiiiiii.rn! hnnilsiinil'.tnrlis   >C
in.1..her nl surveys which hate been  fur a llconso to cut and carry aivaytlinboi'from ffl
..,.,,a, ia. I... (',.lm, I.a.  „,,! „„.i    ill!' foIlowi.iK described binds,situate In tho ^rf.
mM "   * "11111,1)1,1 going west;  o»nj*oos Division of Valonislrlut:
Arctics
Confl)ii-|iitioii     slfoe
aiicl boot,
Lumbermen's   Itjub-
bers,
Snow Excluders,
Three-buckle     En|-
perors,
J.ublier boots.
LADIES'
Arctics.
Button Anigon,
Im.   LEQUIME    PROP.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VKRNON, B C.   -   -   -
W. J. MEAKIN   -_^;_j^-  PROPRIETOR
'PHIS HOTKL iNSTEDS NO  SPKOIAIj  It I-X'OM M KNDATION
iii' tfit'st'Olflis-H Accommodation al tin* Sicjuiums Junctiim House.TEJl
GERMAN SOCKS and 1*ELT BOOTS
. . I.\ GREAT VAKIBTV
Kit Kit Kit
-ft   i'S   VS
Reservation Trading Co.
I'lS'l'AllI.lsIIKI)   1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
,".n*m 1.v.k t''An.\i,".
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
HOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OV HOCK fllEEK.
XX.   Fittendrlfh,   tltfgar.
PUteT'CUBS   Al'd.MMOl.ATION   FOK   Gl'B
GOOD STABLING
;^Kxoellent KishiiiRon Kettle River..,er
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
H. KEYES, Prop.
Good Acconiuiodalion,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
Kirst-Class .Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
FOR SALE
..JlUWi
OKANAGAN MISSION,  11. C.
This is n splendidly  llnislu-il limine hiBiile
... ...... 1 and out, almost now, witli goo 1 stable ami out
Uur  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia; iniitiings, is eontmiiy looatoiitn th« wiioy
-.1 _.,      r |),.,. and comiatinds a good trade.  It siumls on IU
I "'''*   I ICC In ill   I C-.I.-., uitn gi'.-iuiiils nl I ivn unit 11 half ani-CB ill cxlent,
mul is 11 good iut't'slnit'tit.
riillT   AM) ORNAMENTAL TRKBS,   PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.       E, Hutciieuson, Manap-er.
-' SADDLE KORl.ES . . SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS . i-UQGIES i-RhlllE
fJVljdiVi,a,\j, Feed, aad  Liiv'ervj. Stables
ALSO fl FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
and Low Prices at
li
•fl
.'-ne is nn 1 he I'nIiiMilii.i iii linir cicrk      Commoticliigatn nolnl on t»c norlli mul ut' .;>,
1 , i . ,  1;.. ,   1 .. 1 ..   ..1 . .,*   . .... i.,. ,..i, ...1 i.,.ii  , 1 Ii ' yfti
mmmmmm
Fffl       .1. S. DONALDSON
I CHEMIST & DRIKT t?
VERNON, B.C.
Mackay Iwgfiim
Proprietor.
Pi . . .  l'.ii.Tiiii Iliuv-N -in Makci s. 1'i.ntuton ano Otuun Points . . ,j
!K-«ia:_^_4i-.A...;i-ji.a. i.. 'iia *ftt4r*..ft,,ftsft?k
*' i,'£''i''£T4i!t£!4i!4£!t£!4i!'i!4J!iJ,< HiH'.at£iSHiH' ilitli at at at at at
ffl ft ft 'iJ ft ',1 '11 '11 ft '11 ft ft ft ',1 ',1 ft ft ',1 ',1 ',1 ',1 ft'STSi'STST'S
'-' Kit      -_»_,  tt    T   -»—*     -K    -T   TT  »-»>   W      .    --=»»       «__       ^!'
.     , , . Cliristiiiu hukia iihnilt iiiic IhuiiIiihI fe.'l siren
iiliii-h .'inplies min Aiioif luki'i  111, ,.f Wilbur creek, running llicnco 11.11II, hiu.Xi   .  ., „ ,.       ,	
Dug mu'li Ihl'uugh a   divide  U.inuciro-il.0. jilmlns.tho.^o south WJ olmins. j^ A lull Line of-a-B
" Ihent'oeasliiii'liaiiiHloiiolntofooiiinieiiooiiient, .--f.
lie,ul ul Chrislinn lakei .Imvu llieeiu-l  ennlahiiiigtloJiiercs, ro or less. iffl
:i   (.I . 1 1  .-,  .•       ,   ., •'■ ii- Mclennan, o>,
al''"I ibal lain'Iii ils loot.   Anolhei KottloIlli-or,B.P. Doccrobor 1,1MB.;           ffl
ffl
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ffl:
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C__3
1 FURNITURE I
^d
Sit
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lasl.mil, 'lultnif iiiiiI t'eniirion. Slilil MOTICE is hereby glvon llnil iliii-lt dnvs A?-,
iniluu-kr,,  ,,„i„i  ,„„,,ii, i-,„i, il*l fronidatoI,Fllngcral.lMol.'looi')*l.itoiidlo ffl
.011111 is iiiiiii 11 point opposite Kull* apiily to ilia Phicf PoiiiiiilBstoiior of Limits nnd   -^
is  ulven   .is   llie   pi-oliiilile   11,ul,.  of
Hossliind, Miiltvayiind Peiiliclon. Sill
•"' "'"" "i'i"'*'" """* 1 n|i|iiy tunic inner UoinnilBdanor or 1 juids and I ,igj
-mi   up  ilie   I'liliiiiihin io   Buwiniiu  "'oi'™ (of a II001.00 to cut and onrry atvny iffl
1         „                , ,. .,    Ilmbortrom lho following iloscrlhoil land, situ* 2&
j'lvek : up Hoivinan antl over a divide atolu Osoyoos Division ol Yolo DWvlot, vis 1    itvi
lo -I..' North Fork-ol' Kellle river. LftBSl'K.k? I'SngtoSffiS #
llaaiai. swulli 10 (ii'inul li'oi-ks," I'l.nlns,thonoo oust su clmlas, thenr"nurlli t-l)ii^i
lialufl, Ihonce west Nl chains in tlin iiolntof
Drugs
Patent Medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses, <~c.
P|S ICHEAPERTHAN EVER f ^
«r_-?H * —AT— j
h4
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CO s<
4.1 4,1
I-Campbell Bros.-1
.*«
Hi Si Si
i.i V i.i
ft
sit
1E1 TWO CARLOADS JUST ARBIVEDI _§
Tm. ii.,, ti     1    i* u ',* 1   .. 1     i-    coniiiioiicoiiiont, -iintftinliiK '.'iin iH-i'i's moroor (Sri , .,,
Min;,;1:::;";:"teiiZuXi.^^^z:::::^'tMa"orders Fr,m the Lower I   I rossland'b'c'      vernon'■■c' §
*  »'' ■   ''• * h « "Ml   l<o».o.,.vo,5,![f,^KC&KKU^    I        *"«"   WW   deceive        |; ^^^§^^^^.^ M^^M^«§'M^
*""; Prompt Attention. i-yPl
ffl
I'inlii lbe 11, ('.  .Mineral  and   I'lneei
Aeisnf ISU uml ainendnienls, and will,
he f ul .1 useful I'piionii. of minim
Intvs lo ihose Interested,
►. 4 _—
the: gold Dftop.
ilm In
Sold.
MARCUS and MIDWAY
SPOKANE FALLS stage t..i»te
s. S. KOWLER,
and
NOHTHBRNRAILWAYiL-aveiaiv,	
ltock IT'ei'k, October 29, IBM.
.eaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at t i', m.
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 i>, m,
 Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A, M,
/\rrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m.
■ -,-„„'-,'viHv°r0E'i„ , MmmMmMmm
'■TMIIlin      DAYS     fptlll    llatU    I,   ItlO    lllKlor*     ..^.^mimmmmmmmmmmmmMm,*—*—-*:*****-*****,
j   ^   M^ncri, hilciui upjilyitig to liic AHfllhtfUit ■ ""
I (!oiiHiilnaloiiur or [-iukIh ami Workfl for a license
lu lii'Oflpoot fm* coal 011 tlio fullowtiig tloncrlboil
, ' inii'i of liiml: Umntnonciiitf nl a uliU-oaol al>oii( .
Josonh Holes Claim In Greenwood Camp.  mno ml 0, Ul0 rao„,„ „, |.,„.k m,cU,
id iHliilihig lliouoo oust 0111: nitli*. thonco sunlit
(tn NoviMiilwr 26 .tn "[iiii'N nf nni'. nnomllo, tliouco wvm one ml'o,tliouco iiortli
.•Imse wns given hy Mr, Jowuili i-ipr n «»o inilu to lho pointof conmiaiiaomoiit.
, _ ' I ■-    ■-     Will'
l"aii.piesi.|ilnllteiirih|.,.lli,ii||.|.,.|l nml
llriiish Columbia Prospecting nud Pro., „--- — .  ..	
1 Ing(-'u. lllinlii'tl), un his clahn, iiu-      rnumDn   i\    ufllM      Nelson* Fort Sheppard Railway j  $»—
fluid Drop, wliieli issitui 1 Or 1.       lUWHJ-\U/4.   li41 IN, wTllPI«nil    R    r   SP^IAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND BXPRB88
ttoi'il  ranip, Iloniiihllt'i'ieeli, nml Ihis ALL    "A1Ll     10    NbLbON,    B.    L. B.   D.  MOKBISOH,   PHOFRI1-TOK.
opt Inn teas In emend only to the 1st nf " DEaLEUIN
lull'    IS'li
' That ihe pan, nlwnt|M(, ,!,„! Stationary,       School-Supplies,        Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
' '* ! an.. Cli,i>qn   D-ln(e
liliiivccniiipiinyti^resiillsfled wil 11 lhe.
pielhnlniii'j'lnvesllgiiilnnofflu. elnlni, "!■      Toys,       -I- Dully (exeepl, Sunday) between Spu*
niaybe inferi'eil fnnn ||U. fiirl Ilinl kiuieitnilNnrlliporl,
lhey l.iiie etieiaiieil ilie liisi pui ,,r Cigars, TobaCOOS, Tri-weekly  between  Northport  and
Iheagreeiuenl stl|iul.tlet| in ihi>ii|itimi,: Nelson,
vi'-., hnvo pniil the Iirsl. deposit. I'ltlled Notions  and Patent   Medicines. ooiNO NORTH ooiXB smi'i'ii
for ufHHiiltKlhiilui'i'the time ineiit.l il !.,,.„ vtAO-tum       „...
 11         .    , ,  ilhiiOa.in MARCUS 2.211 p. in.
gild have rurelvod it conditional hill of MIDWAY B, C. '   '
pale of lhe propei-tv, tihieh  f-n-iln-i. .       ..,■■.,__     '  .J  ,|   Oii1'nosda)',lThatwla'(B,and-(itiin|ayB.tnili)
Sllpilllll.es that, they shall, l ■ iH'hllf '         -in.-.inliii- rbn. N.-l-.m. -.i-rlvlm: nl A::!.*.,,.,,..
(he Iirsl uf July nest, nay n furtlii
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C.
Only  through line to  Nelson,
(aslo, Kootenay Lai
and Slocan Points.
'('i MOTIOK Is lierdhj* given tlin! 30 ilnys aflor making oloso ooniiootion witli tlio steamer Moi-
,.,   IN   'In!!11..I.M-.I!ii-li\\-iiiiit,inli.|iiltiminil.vlii son for KiihIii anil all lako puinls, arrlvhiK at
,. j... —,,      .   , ItioCliluf i'(iiiiiiilaaiiiiu.|. nf Ijtnils unit ivui-Iih - Kusln a! WI 11.111. siiiiui days,  ftoturmiig, pus-
sum nl (fiU, loll nil I l.ie li.iliiiin.nl .$11, Tall i tor o llonnns tn out and aarryawny tlmhor from  aoiigorn will loovo lako pnlnts nml Nek... on
hi'foi-n Ni nr  ii.„ i„...   t.m  ...i.i i.  Ibo follotTlng describe.] lands, situate lu the Mondays, Walno'skiy'slid Fridays, Rrrmtigat
.".'..   ii ur  ll iimiiei,  IS.m. which osoyoos lilfrsloii of Yalo nistrli.11 Spokoao samo iW.
pinkes ,i al the liui'cliase nrlee a.reed    ('"' cnoliigataniwilaboiitotioan(lotio.balf    ,, ,    ,. ,,,   ,,. . „     ,
, ' '""•' "■•' miles norlli nf rnarini,. ■.•alls  Ki'iilo l'lvia-     Passongot. for Itulilu Illver nml Boundary
upnu, nr a lul.il ul' S}K,M).   The liiiini ' „ |ng tlioiic. onst SOloliolns,tlionoeTnor 11iW tlrook ooimoot nl Morons .villi slime li.tu.v.
(I le illlenliuu uf llie .iliivn eihiiii.mi, k   u'lii'll'.llu'nri' tvi-'t SII rliiilns.'lli.inrii kiiiiIIi 1211      for  THAU,  I'ltKKh'   MINUS COUIIOOI  nt
'.,,.. uuiuii  t, ciinipiinj  Is ~|m|,„toI)|Upnlntof commeiicomonl,oontitln- Norllttinrtwithstngollnsilaflyi
.-n.l lurlhei' tlii|iionsl|.|ilcd bv the I'.u-l  lug IWO acres, moro or loss. '■   Ifor Nakusnnnd ITovoIstcKiraonnecljlt North
ihal is ..inn 1.11,.. 1,(11 ,.t   ,i' . •'• W. IIrun Wool),     iiiiii with hniil WcdniMlnvsitml Sniurdii.™.
HI.'l! •!« ■". n.i-Hie lilllofsnletvasexc-l   K.-m..i.ivi-r. H.c., ru'ecinhiTi,ifns. - naglfH
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Wiiteh Repairing' a Specialty.
All Work Warranted,     pthtlll)
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
lioil^h  l.unilicr
From $10 to #12.
Dressed Lumber
From $1(1 to $18
Per Tliousunil,
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEIiXON, B, O
KEJRI? HKO„
HUTCHETiJS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meat delivered ftt Itoek Creek und all (tie
Mining Cumiw.
h Hm
R, D. Kerr,
Tills building is two atoreys iilgh and BtandH
oo Us own ground of half an acre in extent umt
iw in a com .winding busiiicss imfiti'in.
Foil Tkrms Ai'i'i.Y to
I). NICHOLSON,
OKANAOAN MI33ION
MARTIN    BROS.
LRADINO il'iii^r i-'Di;
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
Vernon, B. O.
—:AI1 orders pronipt'y altended to:-
Grand Forks, B.C.
A. D. WORGAN.
VEIINON, 11. C.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT FOR  SAlE.
D. MoDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIMVAY, B.O,
All Kinds ol Work Kxecutod to the SntUC
ucliun of -,Hl.).uir.i.
ROAD WOl.K.
iVNTED-Fuels rogordltlg ronds, present
. .   slulc, nnd system nf work in your vl,
-.nily-fiir lho hcnclltolthi' hands anil Works
llrliiiitiiirni nml our Iti'iu'iiaiaitiilitu'iiusi! Ihiu
n.uiiiiK session.  Address
Trllill)- Valley, J. II. CHHI8T1E.
White Valley, I). C, 10.
FOR SALE
TN TIIK IIKST LOCALITY ON TIIK VEH
1   NON Townsitc, n few mint and half IfflM
hits, either fur building or gardenlrg.
Apply at thin olllco or la
V. AUIIIAN MEYER.
YfUNOl*, ftg. Ut 19 Long	
Altitude, 1,8% feet above sea level.
■iiiiiii- fall for trail*. .13 of nn inch.
SIETEOBOXOOIOAL REPORT. | thai almost immediately Sitnhl Clans
118" so "'lid.' his appearance, coming amid tlie
sound of jingling hells,and distributing
I the many gnnd things wilh which lhe
tree was loaded hi the various recipients. After the distribution nf the
presents, refreshments were served to
all, which were greatly enjnved. The
entertainment was elnsed wilh a dance
at Palmerston hall in which many
couples participated.
rRMI'i'UATl'lt." 1'OR   WEEK
'Oca. 21	
-HDIN-    DUO. 27,
Max.   Min
  20      15
..   IJ..
   32
21
"  23	
   41
11
   25
13
21
II
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Write it. " 1800."
Mr. Brophy of Butte, Mont,, came in
on Friday's stage, and will remain n
few ilnys in mir midst,
Mr. \V. T. Tlimiipsun and Ihe parties
with whom he is operating are expected in Midway iu a few days.
Mr. T. Bills of Penticton lias taken
In the Okanagan Mission over one
hundred head of steers to l.e keptf.il
for the spring market,
Mi'. Douglas ciinii' down from liis
camp oo Friday Inst and we ai'O sorry
tn say he is nut altogether feeling it'elh
We shall hope however his indisposition will not develop int.. anything
serious,
Mr. II. White, part owner of the
Paris and Lincoln claims, came down
from Vernon on Friday's stage, Mr.
While is Interested in the W. T,
Thoinps in deal, which is progressing
favorably.
.Messrs. Kerr Bros, came back fiotn
Osoyoos the past week with a line band
of about fifty head of steers recently
purchased from Mr. 1, Kills. These,
with others already no hand, will furnish good succulent ronsls for our Inhabitants for some little time at. least.
Three or fuur buildings are in course
of erection at the new town of Greenwood, and Iv.! ivaot of lumber lhe parties building ate (substituting lugs.
These, as soon as luinbec can he provided, will l.e covered over, and wili
make, if more costly, more comfortable buildings.
Sleighing is now fairly good, and as
a consequence tiie jingle of the sleigh
hells is constantly heard iu the neigh-
Imrboud. For this time of the year,
however, ibe weather is particularly
mild uud pleasant, as at. night Ihe
fliei'iiinmeter barely drops below freezing and iu tlm daytime a slight thaw
lakes place.
Mr. Powers, who returned from the
Mission uu Monday last, has already
set three gangs of men lo work cutting
logs, and has a number uf mollis gelling read)' fill' hull ing, etc. It, is the
intention to let cnn I reels fur llie getting uin nf twn million feel, of saw-
logs, so thai llle want uf lumber will
nut. he fell next winier as it Is at the |
present lime, Sawing will commence
just as sunn as possible in the spring.
Willi ilu building of so many new
hoIds, pieces of liusiness und residences, I here is a gnnd opening here
fo. a furniture store, and a place
where all kinds uf lluishlng material
ciailil he liad for buildings, such ns
puinls, building lianlitau'c, etc. Any
one contemplating settlement hern in
this line, should not miss the opportunity of getting their goods in while
.sleighing Lists, as freighting on Ibis
class of gnnds cuiiies higher if handled
on wheels. There need he no fear as
to success wilh a man of good business
push and ability.
Midway is destined to experience
quili' a liuililing boom lhe coining
summer, and at present the only thing
thai prevents extensive building operations is the want of lumber, Aiming
those wlio intend building is the
company, who will erect several buildings, some of which will be quite cosily
ones. The Advance proprietor, who
will build a new office, 21x60, two
storys high; Mr. W. T. Thompson,
who will build a time residence here;
Mr, B. Stuart, a residence; the government, who will add oilier buildings
to the present ones, and several others,
who contemplate the erection of stores
nt this point. Wilh the advent of
midsummer, Midway will have grown
to ,1 town of very respect olile proportions, and will enjoy all the ndvanla
ges and privileges of tlie same, as the
Townsite company intend currying
out many valuable improvements,
 ►-»-.	
CHRISTMAS TREE.
An event of no little Interest to
juveniles and adults alike was the
ChrlBtlilHS Tree entertainment given
ju tlie new school house on Monday
evening lasl, Tiie school room, il is
needless to say, was beaulifully deco
ruled fur lhe occasion with evergreen
ropes, mul Ion, flags, Chinese lanterns,
etc., etc, and all the decorations and
arrangements reflected great credit
upon the good taste of those who contributed their laboi and attention
■ to the same. More particularly flie
thanks of all are doe to our public
schoolteacher, Miss Lewis, who it ticked
io such an indefatigable manner lo
make the event a success nud a pleasure
tn the little ones. This it undoubtedly
wns, as proved by the oft-repeated
juvenileexclninatloos nf surprise and
delight. Before Ihe advent of Santa
Clans, the audience was treated to ft
magic lantern entertainment, given by
Itev. Mr. Palon of Grand Prairie,
which was much appreciated. Utuin
lhe fall of the drapery, which concealed the tree from view, a shout of
applause given by the little unPS filled
fhe room, nod witli such good effect
MIDWAY SCHOOL REPORT.
eyery other liusiness and cumin] sometimes he avoided. However, it is lo lie
hoped the effect of i his company ceasing work will he only transit...y, and
that Hie near future will witness a resumption of operations upnu the claim,
which it is understood is soon liKeiy tu
lake place, as other parlies are io Ihe
Held who arc desirous of taking buld
..f tlm property.
DIFEOTOSY IF ADVEETISS^.S-
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended its u Ready
Reference for the Busy Ones
..GRAND..
NEW MR BALL
AT MIDWAY, B. C, ON
New Year's Eve.Bee.81 IS
ARMSTRONG.
BOUNDARY FALLS
IBECTOBY. —
R.u
JAKRS, M. D„ V. M.
HV APPOINTMENT
I   RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVES
DISTRICT.
I OFFICE      :      ; BOUNDARY FALLS.
Supper will he served nt tlio Hotel nl Midnight
All Are Coi'dlally Invited,
A CARD.
Showing Rank and Merit Marks Obtained
During December.
Fourth Class, maximum marks 0B0-
Jessie Murray, __0j Eddie Melville,
0201 Alma Hopper, COS; Willie Melville, 881.
Second Class, maximum marks, 800—
Senior division I Willie Murray, 718.
Junior division: Walter Melville, 7881 GOOD   "  MUSIC
Walter Murray, "iiii; Harry Palmer- '	
stun,   flfl);  Theodore   Kruger,   fill!;
August Kruger. 588,
II Primer class, max, marks 000—
George Murray, 6871 John T. Thornton, 525,
('hurt Class, max. marks 800—Caroline Luui, 2115: Mary Thornton, 252;
George Ingriio, 252; Caroline Thornton, 191.       A. M. Lewis, Teacher,,
 4 . 4 .
A SOCIAL EVENT.
One nf lhe innsl. pleasant.sucialeveuls
that ever took place in Midway
was tlie parly and Christmas Tree
given by Mr, and Mrs. Lundy nn Friday evening last. Tu accommodate
the great, iiunil.ee of Invited gnosis the
Palmerston hall was had recourse to,
and this, su great was the number
present, hardly afforded a sufficient
amount of room, (her a hundred
people responded lo llio Invitations,
excluding children, and ninny came
from lung distances. The decorations
of the lnill were truly superb, and
musl have required a great amount of
time and patience, Tlie windows were
draped with flags of different national
the walls were embellished tvilb nioltos
and shields, beautifully wrought and
tastefully arranged! whilsl from (he
ceding festoons and rnpesof evergreens
were suspended, interspersed with
variegated Chinese lanterns, andtheso,
together with clusters of natural
dowels and plants, helped In enhance
the effect nf the spleiidui' uf the Christmas trees, of which there were three j us to foster and render assistance iu
raised upon a dais, whose trunks were the developinenl of the rich mining
embedded in cotton wool sprinkled' and agricultural resources of this
with diniiinml dust, which, leseilibliug' section,
frost, glinted and glistened in the lani'i     Thanking ynu in  autlclnallnn for
light, and tngother with the liwoni-15'".'."' ""uly f,ivi"'s "'' m""'" ''''"I"'''1
rions nf the treei, which were loaded
dnwn with useful and costly pr-'senl.,
produced u veritable fairy land.  Afler
tlle distribution of pri'-eslolhechlidreii
| by Santa Clans, who deigned tu ginc
Ihe occasion with his presence, many
games wore indulged' in, afler which a
splendid repast was serve.1 the assembled   guests     The   children   hut iug
dispersed, lhe ball was cleai'td and l
or three hours ut' dancing ended une
the best, social entertainments ever I
given iu Midway.
 >«<	
MINING   XOTKS.
To tin- Boundary Creek nnd
Kettle River Minors und Residents (l one rn lly:
GltEKTINd.--We   beg to   make   the
announcement that we have opened
a general store al the new town of
Greenwood on Boundary creek, where
we have nn hand and daily arriving a
large stuck nf general merchandise,
In solicit big n share nf your pal run.
age, we do so feeling confident that If
you will.entrust uh with your favors,
we shall he equally nnd mutually benefitted,
Many years' experience in other
parts of the province has convinced us that ihe public generally
would much prefer to do business upon
a cash basis, providing lbe price of
goods is consistent ivilh Ibis system.
Feeling confident tliat, such Is the case,
we beg Io say Ihal wo have adapted
this nieiht.il of doing business, viz,,
either fnr cash or trade, and in doing
80 we believe we nre acting in lhe lies)
[nlerests of otic customers,
All Inspection nf our slock and nnl
enquiry as tn prices will convince all j
Ihul. such is'the case.
Ill eonclusion, we would sny that i
every opportunity will be embraced by
1'iillv yours,
11. WOOD .v. CO.
Greenwood, Boundary Creel,, B. ('.
.";;; County Court Notice!;
Sittings of tho Count) Cowl of Yalo trill I
hidden as follows:
At Osoyoos un Mon.lay, 4th May, 181)0,
At Mill mi)' un Wednesday, Oth Mny, (NIK)
At the hour uf eleven o'clock In llie foronoon.
lly command,        c. A. il. lamjily,
(iiiii'i'iiiucn! Otllce, Osoyoos, It. 0.0.
liiiia tilth, ISILi.
AOENT WANTED.
Messrs. Denzler, Scliofleld and T,
McDonnell ace preparing to do development, wurk upon the Phoenix Ini
Greenwood cninp,
Mr. Turner, a mining man from Vancouver, paid a. visit to the Boundary
camps the past week in connection
with tlie Gold Drop deal, and went out
again via Marcus on the 28th inst,
A force of men hat started to work j
oo lhe (iold  Drop claim, Greenwood
camp, Messrs, Hanna and Lewis Ink- and mineb-l of vnluo i .i,.,„-.-,-,-, i,„-in,ii„_-
liai'ge nf the wurk.   The Gold I ™18.i"1* I'HBC'oea sto.vks andJells liow"to I
ILKeyes Armstrong Hotel
N. McLeod Sash and Door factor)
Corgill "cl'u Gonoral Morohoiiti. j
BENVOULIN.
n. Nicholson Benvoulin Hotel
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Hardy  Boundary Fulls Hotel
yoll, J. A i h it I'higlucci'
| hikes. It, W Physician and Surgeon
i Kerr Ilrus Uutebor
j MoDowell mul Nelson Uutoliora
I Itenilell. (i. .1 General JIorclia.il
CAMP  M'KINNEY
i Shalfotil k Co Oonoral Morehanls
FAIRVIEW.
Dalrymplo, W Qonernl Illooksiiillh
; Billot, T Ucncrul Mi'i'i'liiiiit
I Simmon, G. 0 Guidon Goto Hotel
Slial'onl&Co Goiicmlllcrehoiils
. Sproulo, K.ll Oonoral Ulnuksmltli
I -bcoliun, George .1 1'nlrrluir Hold
GREENWOOD
J Wood, II. St i'u General Mcrchonls
GRAND FORKS
Louis Laundry
MHIcr. JI Kellle lilvorStago Line
Simpson,-.'. K Saivinill
Wnnh.l Brick and Lime
GRAND PRAIRIE
McLaren Ilrus Grand I'rulri oHotol
Nelson, p. H Itcscrviuliiil Trading Co
KELOWNA
Leqiilmo k Lloyd-Jones Implement Agents
Leipilmo Ilrus. k Co General Merchants
Leiliihue, I, Okanngon Sawmill
LADNERS
Htitcborson, E Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Moi-aint. I. Iimn's Hum Hotel
MIDWAY
Coryell, J. A Civil Engineer
llncss, Horry A Assayer
Haas..l.A Mining Kiiglneer
Haiti, Edward A  Stationer, Ele
Ingrini, JI Knell anil Livery .Slablii
Korllros Butchers
Lonulino&Poifcrs Sawmill
JlcNii'iil. .1   Genera] Merchant
Ma A ilia)' k Lundy Boundary Holol
MiTiutr. I. Blacksmith
Norris, W. II Agont Mid nay Townsite
Heed, ,1, W  Walcliiiiukcr and Jeweler
FENTICTON
Sproillo, A. ti Express anil sliign line
Tburbor, J  Ponticton Hotel
Walker, II.., I'outlclon Livery and Sale Stable
ROCK  CREEK
I'lltondrlgl!, II Rock Crook Holol
SPOKANE
Oenon-oys k McAvlnoy Nursery
Spokauo Falls and Northern ttnllivay	
VERNON
Armstrong, W. ,1 Ilm-d ti-iirii Morchanl
Bank of Montreal tl. A. Henderson, Mgr
Billings, Fred Uarrislrr
Compboll lii-oi: Furniture
Coclir  W. JI Solicitor
Crotfcil, T. E Contaictoi'iuid Bulldor
'iislcrtun, (.'. F Commission anil Insurance
'orycll, J A civil Engineer
CoHlcrtoii, i'. E Commission andlnsiiranou
Donalds. I. S t'licinisi nml Druggist
Gardner, W ..Livery Feral and Solo Stable
Hutchinson and Davidson Flour u.ul Feral
Jacques, K. B Walolimakoi' und Jowolcr
Kcrliy. Fm bus Jl civil Englnoor
Latimer, V. II Civil Engineer mul Assayer
Marlin Bros  .. .Hard.two Merchants
Moiiktn, W. J Kiilonmlkn Hotel
Uyor, F. A Vernon 1'i'lrnto College
Murphy uml Faulkner Victoria Hotel
Nlcholloa and Hoiiouf Agricultural Imp.
O Ncnl uml Doirnlo   Soda Water Wurks
Slnitfiinl uud Co General Merchants
ihatford, S, A  Ury Goods mul Millinery
Smith unit Clcrln Vornon Sawmill
 Chemist nml Druggist
Williams, Gorald Physician ami Surgeon
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally L.
Tn
ated Stopping Placa lor Throe Diilereni Stage I,in_a.
or Expense Spared to Make Guests Ctrnlorlable.
'.-■•:'ictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
No
IM Stabling,
Best Brands .'.ipors and Cigars   •    -
G.,:    THUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
He?.4";-'flers   for Miners'   Supplies.
    A (iOOIl STOCK 111*'
ter   doing, Boots and Stas, Powder, Ele.
DBHS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS OF. -
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
5T RECEIVED
.  A FULL SUPPLY OF   .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
J
B_"©-w    iESu'fccl-.e-t*
A CARD.
-B.-u.sixi.eiss.
HAVING opened up a butcher business on
Mouniliiry ('reck, wc ure, prepared t»'
furnish lhe vary choice.!, mails (ho
mnrkotftflbrtlfl to ihouc who will favor
us with their diatom, Prices rci-Hoimblo
and orders rtoltvorcd al residences and
lhe diJteront mining cam pa. Your put
roiwgu r-Bpoolfully solicited.
McDOWFXL   \   M.I.SON.
k
BUTCHERS,
Greenwood and Boundary Falls.
l'l.ACI* your order*, early (or Clirlslnirm
I'liultry. Ili'i'f.JImiiin. 1'in-k or_aii*ago
Only llu' bust kopt iu .lurk, and prices
reasonable,
Mellow 'ELI, * NELSON.
"IS
Drop isa liirge property which hus recently heen acquired hv a Vancouver
syndicate, represented by Turner k
Innes. It. lies iu close proximity In
the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, and
mny he classed union',' I lie largest
bullies of on. tu be found in Greenwood.
Tbe last clean-up at lhe Oiuil.oo
mill at. (lump McKinney was thi.
heaviest iu tin.' whole history of lhe
mine, aud Ihis can readily lie understood  by   Inking a  look  at tlle ore
.1 .Man uiui Hunts lo make .hii.viiy lo sell
Hidden Mines and How to Find Them! T".vl"1'. R-n
BY W. THOS. NEWMAN
MISCELLANEOUS
Canadian Rand Drill Co Short-rooke, Qi
^ Worgan-A. I) Photographer
This book sells Itself describes bvkhyohe'
lout thorn f<n- j'oui'Holf. How to Hud, tent,
work, soil ur develop nil kinds uf mlnos, Himil-1
reds mid in Jirltl-li Columbia wltlioul any Morrison. E. D..
Ilgetllr*.   YOU CAN   SKI.I,   A  THOUSAND ItlflllT ! '-"" 52 .'_".'." 2 ■'
wiierk vou i.ivk. Minimi eominlsalout-Ilvo
iiyenls. Write us nuw.
Prlco liy mail, ai.fc) oloth; $:MW leather. Ad
dress TUB M. .louiitta Pun. Lo.,
.il Young St., Toronto, Out,
Marlin Ki™ Anns Co New Haven, Con
Maroii-'and Midway Btage
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVENthatappllea-
lion will be mode to the legislative Assembly of Hritisli (Jolumbla, al its next session,
for an act lo Incornorato a company for tho
I purpose of constructing, operating and working deeii tunnels, drifts or shafts Tor lho purpose or exploring Un; discovering, working,
getting, acquiring and recovering minerals
situate in lilind veins, lodges ta- lodes in lliu
Districts of East and West Kootenny, Yalo and
Cariboo, In tho Provlnoo of British Columbia,
that Is being now brought to the s,„- :ftS.-&
face from the 110-foot, level. This mill.' -so ofsiioli tiiraiois nr workings by nny othor
i ,,  , .    ,t , ,-      . porMlls or companies eiigngotl in miuin. anil
has adili'd more to tile reputilllon nf For acquiring such tfalcr powers nr iirliaWs
British Oolinilblil free milling gnld i"" ""'•' to neaemtv at convenient Ihoreftr,
, h Uwothor ivltli such otlior poivorB or pi'Ivllcgos,
quartz milling Ihiiii nnv uther ever rights or Incidents, ns inn)* bo uocoiBory (or or
worked  in  ll...   province,   as   timny I !l»oWouUilJor|.iondui.lvo lo IJiq -ittuli.moul of
'TUSSINE'
TIIK BUST RKMEDY FOR
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Prepared  From   the   Original
Formula Only by
R. N. TAYLOR, THE OHUCGIST,
VERNON, 11. 0,
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GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . .
AT Till: QIIEENWOOU !
.   STTPPI.IXSS
fOIIK, BOUNDARY CltKKK, II. C.
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GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
\ I. i.s.
I'
S PO K A
O. llox 582.
IC   F
V\'iisliii|yluii
thousands of dollars have been taken
from I be mine upon whose ores 10
stamps huve been constantly running
fur eighteen months |insl, Ou the
present level in which they hate jusl
started In break down lock, lhe..'is
known to exist a sulllciciil. auioillll uf
ore In keep tin' uiili running fur lhe
next twu years, l.ef.ue Ibe expiration
of which the mine will have uhlained
a world wide reputation.
The bond has heen relinquished upon
ilu- Winnipeg clat.n iu Welllugton
camp. Just, why Ibis bus been done it
is difficult lo ueteriliine, as .it is stated
by mining men there is I) feel of oiu in
the bottom nf the shaft. It, would
seem therefore il is not lhe resull i.f
any defect in lbe properly. Perhaps
Ihe best explanation of lhe matter is
the nne curiently reported, viz., that
Ihe party who procured lbe li.ui.l, Air,
II. J. Toole, and the owner, Mr. .Mein-
lush, huve not. been nhle to agree upon
some minor monetary consideration,
un.I as a consequence Hie bond hns
been thrown up, Ilis a great pity uf
course that these little differences crop
up in mining operations, yet it is so in
ilm foregoingobjei
11.
U>   III!'
II llf Illl
, HUMPHREYS,
Alipll I.
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, P-oprieto-e.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger ai_, iiarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER,
A Specialty Made of
Has(iSi_i(), Strawberry, Orango,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups,
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
 MANUFACTURED AT   ■   •
GRAND . . ,
. . . PRAIRIE
AlTI.Y To
J. WARD,
UltlCKI.AYliU AXI) I'l.ASTKItUII
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE, j
j A 1,1. PUCBR  MINIMI  CLAIMS ANI.
j »•   UllltolloldS legally nulil  III lhe Omiymis
Dlvliloii uf Yolo l.lsoici ..re laid ovor from lho
Isl day uf Novoinbor, isili, tu tho 1st day ul
; June, um, C. A. II. LAJIIILY,
Colli CiilillilissIiiuiT.
(Jnverii.lii.li. (lithe, Osuynm, II. ('.,
Will October, 1MB.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
SHBRBROOKE, QUBBE0,
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In Ail Particular* the Best
oo ,-uooHUNTING?
IHJBJl
Have Vou a Cough or Cold?
TRY "TUSSINE."
25 axLdl 50o. por Bottle |
Propnvcd und Sold Only by
R.N. TAYLOR
THE DRUGGIST, VERNON.
OF COURSE
Vou will buy a MARLIN.
CJBCAUSB      ■—rt
It Iuib a hi iinl t.iji  I'niitTtioo.
It ejects ut thu hi,! ■  Con veulrnMi,
It li light wcIfrlit-Confort.
It llAa the |Ia i.i.a t;;i ll'iiTcl "AcrOWLCT,
It hai fewest i.iiri**  simplicity.
Oefid foreomjiirtft c«Ut0ffUS( frcfl. Special pnek
vt i:iinl-l(.r I'i n-nin.
THI* MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
1-■141 II-Vl'll, COIIU,
cmm&'^i,
fflW'
Special Compressors driven hy
PELT0N      WATER
| WHEEL
mounted direct -ij**
on crunk-shall, especially adapted Tor
utlNziiiK the power
of mountain sleams
as shown In lliu--
Imt ion.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. OUT OF THE WORN PATH.
EXILED FRO..1 HOME.
•a*-* a
S. A. SHATFORD
.s_^____%m*-m-a___«_*A<-&'
V.pl'NON.
"West lailia pi.(i|iie ein alli.fltur eggs. Il is said  that  lit   ihis tiino there are
The tiiim-ivii ln-tli in  tlin month  of ItT'ntv mieex suverelijiw r-slililtg ia Alt-
Join Jli'Dirhv, of Salmon  Kalis,   lia*--, fe/S>iir j-nr-Hof Enrn|,", iiufieoflboinin tbe
are nil ii..u I,-. conniri s im-y mice r lo '.
A wuliiiiu''! I.inihsliine is the only ..no in Pills IX., llle   late   pnlltlff, '.vns driven
Enjilniiil iiiiiii which U.e e|iiiii|ih ii  writ-    fr li"iiiL"lnr.u„ the-tormt'iliiysnf 1848.
1. n in situr lut-iil llr lini in i!is:nisr tn (i it-la, iind remained   -,      ,.   ,     ..                 .                ,       ,            ..        ,        ..         ,   .    ,.    , ,.     ,
'      ,     , th,.,-.,, hi „.„,.„ ,i  ,-1- „.,.,„, ,',i            The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
A -ett-..- h. Kiii.l in lm   three  thousand mere it. ill lest.uieii   j jorelgn n.il.                            '                              J     !        r
rears ul.l. is siill floiirUiiiiiy i.i a cemetery Emperor diaries V, livoil  in voluntary ' , vr puree ("00111; wc hnt-c ,m immense assortment ivilh nil tho LnicHt Trim-
utllnilry Dnle, Eiiulnnil. ejlleiliiriiujtlie last jearsof his lift).   His,11*  i-"^-**-* kjkjkju.i mhigs tu uiutch.
A  .dinner  in   -in h„.|,i,..,I«   vu   h» cllit'f m niiiintioii in liis rctirrme.it wns do     1\' MM  | IN P RY «■■'»re sure weeaiii.lcit«c™i.iisw'c have a lirst class iiilllliicr.aiiil
.1   |,l.llllir   in   ,l|i l.irliuiuln,   Mil,,  lias I                                                             1 .1   .»! 1 1.1.1 1\ 1.1\ 1   MB|HvetOUtlietotO»til)tlliiB..'B..l«lsutIirli'(*lievel-l.ef.irelii!iirilof
P«'«" »;' 1'" '>«" c-il'lin."'! a .ingle .talk "'""'I'. "•» vl»^" '» *»WP« ' '■ -'"Uono...    .-.,,,,    ryDpCC IU A ./ ,,*,, bus bad large oxporiotios al lhe husincsa. nnd a perfect
ivlili four itell ilev.luiiei] heads. -inn'tltc                                               ^^ ix  uiii,j-i«nni.iv III Is pomnteod providing you sond tbocorroot measure
A fn- ill uf iiiinir,.   i. I,i.,.»   ir™   -.lilnk A great ninny   of  tho nopes have been    licinninlior ive riii-ryet'erylhiiig lln.l a lady requires, a nil run save ymi money if ynu send your
.inni. iiniiiiin. a largo  ireo  much »           •                 '       „,„.„,,.       oi'dorstous, Bond i to-day and bo convinced.                Twins t'.isn With Oiii.-ii.
•.nssrsses the elinriieleiis-icHiit n |ine und ""WI Hh« exile,  genernlly   hy  eineutcl	
an mi's, in iy Iw seen near  A li uniiiiiiii,    >mo"- tin turbulent Jtonwu popnlneo,   A     ~" ™   *     *     **
Mum.     In' .im fall nf iti,. jeiir |,in« hurl few were "'""'aa, Lut most .if them died
lull mi une siile nml iieiiriiMi. I e other. ni exile.
The sum lest .-lllh. in exi-t nee   I ua re. Marie de .Medici,  lhe  mother of Ihreo
eenilt h en i-Mii-i lit- tii- Oxforl iml-'ers- O1'1'*'"., was driven into exile hy llio in*
iv   inm.,     || i-in,,,, in, i ii uiinier "'"'"co ..ml nil'liess uf Cardinal liiclielieu.
Itches  lung.   in.,   ni uu  eijntli iiiehe. Sbe lived in great poverty, ofteu ivuniiiig
Widen il, .r.|,i,'lil.,s„|-„,   in ||   ii.i,.k. the llcoe sure, of llle.
A ,\"t. V lit hull r Iiiih ju-t ii inle n Inn ---■ -B-l-EK-"'
"liiin.....Ii .-i.ai,..!, i/,-. Tii-1 imiii MINERAL ACT, 1893.
ami ui ,i.. in., nine nml u ([iinrier i.y p. ven i 	
ami a mn'.   'i'..is, ie i..-. i-ihr-izi! ci'i-tilicnti'   of Improvements,
heeissnn iu 'In. i-tt-ri ml m lho in n nitli
tlir Ilgg -! h.n.l in tiitvii, HOTIOB.
J..; ii ll.) 1 Tiiiirhi'i. ..f   Alliilliy,   NY., Tin: W.x.\-i|.|:ii Ci.iim.
lm-11 -.hi il ih.,1 eiti- ttlih iur uriginul siluali! in Uraeiitvood Camp,   Kottlo Rlvor
hiil..in.i bt Oneni .tan-nn.i  Kirt  <■"■ Mining Division of Yalo DIstrloLH. I
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINI1S OF
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Maiiuiactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
STOVES! STOVES!
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 ancl shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery- ware, lamp
.,   . ,,., r......,. roods, glassware.     All  the above poods will be sold
N. McLEOD,
 A^mZL^_^.lZ_!::!cheaper than ever before
ttf^mr^a S ri^Sa«^a; VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
E\gle Drivers    .    .
Indian e i U in Ka.-i in iu 171a.
TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCE.
sixty days front tbo dato lioroof, tu apply luihc
(lulu ('iilnlilisaiiniiT fura i-el'lsjlruleuf itupi'ulT-
muni-, for It.'. iiiit'iiiKi! nf obtaining n Crown
grant of llio above claim.
And flll'LlliT luke luiliee thnt lulvi-rsi! claims
must he soul tn the Mining nocordoraiid iiolton
A Ii.l ■ ginger put iulu Hinmige meat iin-   3™|'™,re,Sii*u,° '"""""'"' "' *'"''' "<"'U""
proviBihullitnr, '   Datod ihtsothdayo'fNovoinbor, 18M,    (111
In inm.' eiiki'S it i» beat In di]i lhe knilo ! —r—•——-.
friijii a it i i ri.id wnter.
Tumbler, i nt have lull milk In  them
si,iillul mu h,. [nil in ii„t IVll'lT.
li
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Cortiflcato   of   Improvements.
ur cul lire I- I."I* llir.uv nn n liniiii-
full.fs.lt lllld   il   ttill   brljfii:..   it  very' WOTIOB.
Iiliii'li,
Tin; ll.tllK ll.iKai: Mixnu.tl. Cl.tlM.
A "I """ "' "'""I  '••""•'" !>»' I» Sltttalo Iii Skylark (lai Kottlo River Mining
lbe gr.itt .a e.thei' ruasted ur Iried meals [   Division of Yale District, II. ('.
:"""""l""-' '•■■ j-TpAKHNOTIl.'Hlhiil  I, Hubert  Won 1, free
Broil sank ivithiint salting.   Suit draw. '  1   uiliiors cortilicolo No.liOOJ. iniciul,sisiy
,,,. („t„    i,       i i  . ■   i   ■   . i   . i ilnvs fnnn llie date hrreiif, lu uiiply lu lhe linlil
he ju.ee.... mid, ng. ii ul ii ii deslruUe lu ,,-,;, |mioi,orfor.icort!nisit.ooi Iniprovcmoiits,
ket-]i lli, I-.- in i| i.u.ailili.. ! for the purpose of obtaining n Urotvn Grant uf
,,.   i ..,       , ' tlio above claim,
luele n nil cloth, ii e milk  nnd tviitor     And further lako notico, that advorso olalms
nn, I eu.th.   A luiisli   nnist bo sonttn tho,Milling ilqcordor and action
eomnioncod bofora I lm issutiuco uf such coi'lili1
and it In,, nl h n
flll.l K'.lll|l Hill IUU , ,.,„.,„, .,„,, ui.
Yuu ran g i n .Ir,,,, m „ hiirre-fnl of (ill !    Haled this Midday nf (Irlulicr. ISili.
nil nny rur ei ur irimleu -n.iT in- ..pplylng ' **
'Ir. iiirkivhrni ii|i-iiii,ii ly mil  fnil Iif ully. I
HORSES boarded bv     Q «',
week   or   month.      H 01
Box Stalls if de- 0
?ired' ,      f)      Double DriVers
^^;a_*___v- ii 	
horses broke., to 1       D    Saddle ^orses
harness, and lior- p
ses and cattle soid
on commission.
W. j. ARMSTRONG
■vi.msroiv. i.. c.
SL
MINERAL ACT.
Me
• jnii waler to ...nli a gn-ns* .-int. or
hi'tiiil ul mi) kind.
Cortillcato   of  Improvements.
S -j-roTiOH.
'] nu I...ml I, iluilge,
-    ,,!,       !.,.,« , ,| JlilU DC SlMOlM llIXKIIll. t'l.tlll,
-Angi-ufl-vi here» Units famous ilntj of I si||m(o „, (.l,lll|.iU ^ |;cU|o ,,iv(T Mill.
yours unit tin. sueh  a gum  pi.l.c,  ot       |ng nivlnloii of Yalo Dtatrict
lri";,l"';     ,    , ,,     , TAKKNOTI-Bthat wo,RobortWood,froo
Hiuffloiiloh—1 was obliged lu glv.. him j  f    ininers iiuriiileiiic Nu. lllllll, uml .1. W.
aiv.v.   'In t,e frank, when 1 ciiino home  11..gb Wood, froo miners oortlHcttteNo,lllW5,
,     •    , , .  .      ,     ..     linn Irunk 1.1 , free minors eel'lllirrlc Nn.
from lhe  ini.111 mc other  nynl  he Ml  .wir.-,. iuiuinl, mIMv uiivm froii. iliodato honxif.tu
DEALER in hay nnd 1
grain ; wholesale li
and retail. ii
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
A
-w.u'a.".^ :_■.._'_«_
Qerxtle double drivers
D      Qerxtle sir\gle drivers.
IE
S
Qerxtle saddle Korses
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
&
Una liuii.ilinl.
11
■ I
'tt
n
apply In lhe linlil(•(iminissuiiier fiiriiceriitjeiite I il||«|«l kj»||
And liiri her lake nuliic, Ihul iidvono olalms , jf|5
fiifflli^ltlijjIlllflliliiSIMfifffllfMi
Id- ip        in
T (inrin,. iuu i iililie.il deb„l I —What   .....sl l.e s nt tu thu Gold ''..mmisslonoi' uml i iif
In tun .in,,t-   .iuu. iiiiiii ri iii uiiiiunin„  ,     <M'm ' -nd l'1'T.l-i'll"' i-siiiilieenf sueh Uf
.ii .um kiii.it .iii.ui ihiiii 11. ui |,ini iiiiii*,,,,, . ......(i,,,.,,,,, nf inipnifciiiciits. ! Ha
llllel
I'd like In kluittl   llli y—lliu,l.rn. „„„„! :   l.iiluil lliis .Ulli ..ay i.f \iiteiiilicr. IW,
illl^ It II,I. It 1.-11*1 1 liiukuUt i ■ I. I l.iril..li ,  ""——--——1!--"™L''t* "**" ^*
-guiiiiihiig ,,.,ii,o for iuu y.nr_:—Lliluiij-u IiilKETAL ACT,  1.91.
Record. 	
.7 ,"",T~.    ~.    " Certificate   (f   Improvoiiioiits.
• lui I nsk Iuu (.runt,
"I mu -uruiig in int\   iiitti iur ynu," Ihu
youth in..i .led.   Nut alien Bhe bade him i
■  "I*"'1"1-' » *'"    '""   ni*-t-.,-|..H_l,llhV,->-      „„„,,,,,„,,,,,,,,,,.,„.,    ,..,,,.      ,;„,,   5|i„i,IK
cone. ... it men liny tv, iv j -.u-ying lie |      |)|vMl (y_j_ i.Lnr|_t, Ll. L*.
Jleil iii despair.—ll luui ir hu;
MIDWAY
The    Putu'r©
%
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Vlctoi-ia,  B. O,
A&fllCULTURAL IAOIUllT.
SOLE AGENTS Knit
Brantford ® Binders ® and § Mowers
TIIK IIKST IN THE MARK] T,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough., Harrows tie., be.
WAIII'IIOU.SK AT VElif-DN.
C. F. Cos-bea^ton., .Agrexv-b.
BAN ^MONTREAL
I
iJfUSlil-SrllJI'-M
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
HEST     6,000,000.
||  +	
|| I Slit DONALD A, SMITH, Pres,     HON. GEO. E. DHUMMONI), Vioe-Pni
H. s. CI.OUSTON, GiiNKitAi. Manager
S-A-VIBfl-G-S   BRANCH.
I1ATE0K INTEREST AT PRESENT 3| PER CENT.
it
Il '*~e ***™*-* M BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
iii v 115
Be TJoilviriTr   Tii/Tii-iinrr onrl   A rrfi/->iil4-ni-'i1 St Brniichns In London, Kul'., Now York nml Ohioago,nndluiillthepi'lnclpftlclti'«
Iti; l\d,lIWciy,  IVilllllJg  dllU /IgllLUIlUrdl Wi     inOnniidii,  Buy nud Sell Stoi'llngExclinngo and Oable Transfers, Grout
St. h.twiir.Ni'i: Misnaai. Claim.
T
AKK N'DTU'K Uml wc, llobcrl Woort, freo
iiiinurfi (TtiiHuih' No, I11K1I, uiui J. \V
II
m
iii
h
i        iiiiii.;i n IIMIIII..1U    .im    u«ii|   iiiih   vi     ■ ■ .   |   » ■
CoiiMtliitl  liuu'li Wiiil, fros miliorH uui'tilluato, llins, in- !iiE
Tin. rvmH.In-.. I..1. .in 1 i   TIim mn{..».-itv UjiicI, Hlxiy dayt. fi'ojn Lliu .into lioroof tuiiiiiily [   f
ilieUmima.i'(jfluiii.l l-lliemnjnnti j l(l lh(, (i,(11| (*l|l„11is.-i„„t'r fur a cuilitlcnuiuf'
nf vuttTn i.j.m... i iul- w h iin fiuuiiit,   Jl.ii ' Impvovontonti*,f>irthu imiuiwo of oblivinlnfe u
iTrluiiil   i -..lm I *. i — \. v. i- inm.i-   in-i cruwu gmiit of tin/hoovu claim,
jri.ua  k.i.i.M.iiii.hj   \t\ii   mum,  jiivt All(|lurthcr lakoiiutltio. thataflvonwo-iilina
Wi ink wi,ui .1 \w i uut Imvu lii'fii if evt-ij- iuiihi Iiu Bout tt) lliu Uolil L'ominl-isloiior und
liuiiy li il ui e i —Lli i Ittiiui'il nclloti fiiiiinit'iu-i'il oofoi'O t-io Issuaiioo nf Blicll
'                        '■-*■•. rui'iiiiciiie oflmprovomontu.                          ■ I
  DuluiitliU^tliiliiyuf Niivf.iilRT. IMI.'..       12   **
l.tm-tl-1 lit) Mi y. j _,»—.—■ — i ii ... 1—- !_g
Aii iii.n-iii iiiiinl.ii   N.iiiiiwnrk woinnii' *■' *^"*~'' ^ r~
wini tu biiliK tm- ein r iiiiv iu lutve_imn.il
n clifi-k i er liimliMiil ui'iit lift1.   Sot
tlorwtl it ii 11:
■Mill_r."-i'ii in<li-l|iiii» Kwim-il. Rimicl. 1(f [^ nm\ works fur h limiho io j i|3 5|* 5(* il* iigli*
nmiipeat for conl on tho following (lescribwl ] t '" ',! " i:'
tract of land: Cominoncliig ul a Btakc net   ''':': -\
NOTICE.
TtllliTYIIAVSfi-niiiiliilel.llieunilrrtiigued, I j|
intend applying tu Il.e Assistant-0 mi- - ^i
#
Mi ,l|i)iiii)irliit,.,
"Mrs. 1' n.a'» |.u..'..I ilinl last week and   -o,,,,,! tivoinllcsca-liifnimillinf Kackcrookmul \i ;
lliev ii.nilii.'ii'il it iiiiriul srrviee." runiiliig Mienec ensl ono mile, tliouco south ono  '
"U tin ullirlit eii?" mile, llienee West Olio mile, ttienee north 01.0   *
''Mr,   !'..' r.    Vou know the parrot   mllo to lho point of comnionccniont.
loved lu lu r uiui swear."              " D. A. UAllMICIIAEL,
  Iluek Creek (Irlulier M, 1811).
.tli.ttrra 111,* I'mi-|.,,_...
llr _.'.in tutu remember the names of
Howell-' ii'.vi'ls!
Slie-llu.  tesi Am... Keaeiiiiliill inakeu   „,,„„.,.,. DAVs (nun date I, the  under
me mi'iuuri-i* ihem.   I.ut I emit reiiieui.    |   ^
ber tlie lliu ii-.-luill.-e.
NOTICE
od, In ton tl Applying to tho AbdIsUuu
(lomnifBHloner of LandH mid Works fora Iluenso
to piiwpoi'l for coal on tho following described
tract <>f land—commencing at a Btak_-ot in hud
of ltock crook, nnd adjoining claim of John
"tiu'y 11111-1 liaio lii«'j.'*r immqiiitutu her
j linn wc id.ic ui li"iin'."
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual   |
Residents. 1
FOIl PARTICULARS APPLY TO |l
I   W. H. NORRIS ....io R.C. ADAMS,
Midway, B. C. Montreal, P. Q,
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VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
iiii-,, Hints,
"Wani." ».i.l I .ii'uiri-i'iiiiil'ern-ufNetv Wili',and IV. T. Thompson, thonoo ono mll0
jaiarraa li l.ni fm- llie lirst time un llio , wost, thonco ono mile norlh, thonoo une mile
.•rated iilmi"».'. u I iif Insane ..avium, east, U.onco ono inl.osoiith to lho point of. i-
   I.,.,..  I, , in.i.iiiii,,,.. I  maiireineiil. JOHN t'.l.lll'.il'.l...
ituikcreek.Deeiuniierii, wi.-.. Strictly First-Class ancl Charges Moderaie.,
Bast Brands Liquers and Cigars,        -        -        Godcf Stabling,
t'liinnii'ii'inl nud li'in'cllinKci'oiliis.iivail.il.i.' In any pnrtof the world,
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
lllttNlllllaS IN ItlUTISI. COLfMDIA :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER,
VICTORIA     .---        NELSON
Braneb : C. A.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
 +	
+
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
.io Ti'oubl8 or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
iu.. tinlimn ii...inni.
'•Jin \. ii i Ar uut' ml. r.st  ill tho Cor-
bett-.lni'l.'i all. ('.''
NOTICE.
GKBO.  7BL  SF^tOXTXjXS,
THIRTY HAYS after dato I, the um'i
  siKiied. ililenil lu upiily Ki lhe Ai-it-     |    ILACK8MITH   AW)   'i'ti'diEx.U-i'titUGit'f.
IIORS-.HOillKG   AND  GENERAL   REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
if they m.^ l null! ll hy utOllrutlull."- Uoiiuiilmlonor of  Until end   Murks 1
Juiilie lleiilise to )ir(.s|i|.it for iiiii "li llu- f.'ll'itviliK
°'..-.       -                                — ileserilied ll'iiel uf linul-riuuliuiirlni,'ut it sluke
.ilttiii. ((nnil l',ir„i. slti.aieil niiniii llirui' inlleseusi from ltockorooll
"Hi, )a wnirlirdly bail Innil  iii  every ami ruin.tin ust olio mllo, itioneo soutli ono
,,nriii.ul.,r." mill*, llioiieu west ono mllo, thonco north ono I
"Km.'tu iiivilnir, Ills bunk nccounl,"--   mllo to llio pilnt ol ooinnionoo ut,  -■■■ .... .!■"._"-___:	
_    i it-, - ,;.;'^ru"'si,v golden gate hotel
""• v"'       ,    ., """  TiATirc                                                            G. O. 9HURSON, Prop
When s (i iiiiin-iera slriiuule with a I                  1NU 1 ll_-Il
srriil"ii it liin:l--<] rmliiil l'linle.1 iHnr.li.'.
ini- lu a lljtl.t lo a Iiu.sii. — Yniiki is tliu
rile.
: FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oalmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and D.inestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confeciionary, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigar..
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
BOUNDARY HOTeT
FAIRVIEW, H. 0,
OF GENERAL INTEREST.
T^^jr^lltiirnMhrii::!::; GOOD ACCOMMODATION . . GOOD STABLING
i'oniminsioiiorut untiauud Work*.fm-aiiconao! Stopping* Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
lu pi-uspeet fur emit .... Ilm full..winy (met uf
I Iimd- eiuiinielu.iiiK at a HlllKO pllllltotl about
lu New York tii.t liltikM. i'Hi|ile from    rutirmllo«e.wt from Rock .1'uoic, thonco enst ono I  i      t    nnnflT Til
twelve In i-lxlee.i ueeomls to |*ot Into itu.l I tl,i)0 " " "- " -■■'     **       "     IMHIs.l   111
ill   nl iaOS.     Ill Ismilull il leijilired   lliirljr     miu,
Keen ids, cointnoncotnonl
in    n.il. iiiiii. inn in   it   hiiii.ii   ,iiii,ii,:,i iiii.iui
ir miles I'usl friilll Kuril efuOK, I llOIICO ensl 0110 I   , *|
le, ttieneu suilttl ull! mile, lliollco t'l'sl une    fl        |
le, Iheiico nurlli une mho lu ihe polui i.i ; H ll
ntnonoomont, .1. 1'. BACON,   ,■"•• «•
In lhe six oetllh  eiuitllrv  no  huiv
llm-K. CreiK, DecemberII. IS!).'..
amis .le ed i . full . rem unless she   Inil „     — ..,:,"" " ;
,       ,     ,, , ,    , \irA> rill. -A iiiiiii fir every i '..'iiiucd
mlrrnr at her breast,   It wns oval 111.Ii_]>h, ; yy   .itutrlcti uf .Miii.lto a, N. Vi. T. and
aLoiil lunr bv six iiirlirs iii size. ' Hi iiisli Coluinl ta, lo represi nl uur hardy I'nuu-
,„                         „                    ., iltiin uruttii iiuisery slurk and lietv seeil |.ula-
In-'•..'..' In. in It "i •.'u.iu.. lho r».    u,,,    i.ib nu liudiocmonts to wliolo ur pari
uiui .k,.I inm ll -i.\ iu iluii iiilaini lieliim, Ilm Illn. Hsp ii'i.eeil Nilesmen will lln.l thia |
,. „ ,     . ,,    I,!-,, u •,..„- I nnu,   liiipl innil i.ireuls. fiiru.ers.
I.ll'l   Ha I   I'Mi'  .llmlll  Ibrw) 111 I I..a,     furnina suns, elu.rse in iters aim sr ll loach*
'i'l-.* lat rr ttriv iiii iurriy -tour Ull.lines,        ors tvtll uu tvoll to luui. u n Mils. Moll devilling
, ii,,     uul lull'! Iilm ilu tv-II null us. ii ll esli'ieinlly
l.iii.l.i.i   brl-loe il   nine Inuelreil ami    |-r„ivii fur tliu Wostorn ajeiliili.  Suiul postal to
twenty feet 1.'..).'. lifir s.i fei wide jinl     ii.rniitu, lli.l.,f..rp!iri|.ii:« a
tifiylivr r.. i  |[lit,   It bus five semi- ,,. ^ ';■ .•^iiiil'in'So'llcB.
.ilintl  a mr ..a. ia. eciitroniie buhiK ouo '•       ■''■• ■'  " ■' ■■'•'■■  titer 7 Onofoii.
I"'"'"'" '•'VMi ftli-'im',.'Mnnl?«,'i;',j'L.V,,l'! l"'"'
lleilBO,
GOING  SOUTH
will letive Penticton 7 a, 111. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
aoiNO -woxufb:
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a, m.. Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m*, connecting with
SS, Aberdeen and S, & 0. and C. P. Railways,
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
First (.'luss Accommodation,  Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stuje Line
from Miii'ciis, Washington,
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Accommodation,   Good Stabling,  Terminus
from Miit'ous, VVitsliiiiiiton,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle Hiver Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between 6RAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Gnnid Forks, B. t
RAMS
ORN   HOTBL.
LUMBY, II. 0,
Firsl-Clnss Accoinnindalion for Guests, Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon nnd Blue Springs,
Iioixis ___Xo__>Q_Ki.*d, Prop.

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