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THE  ADVANCE.
V
Vol. V, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
p w. JAKES,M.l).,O.M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     I     I     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS.tM. D„ C. M,
VEIINON, I), C.
Late or
8t. Thomas Hospital,
LONDON, KKO.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b. C.
Graduate ol McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale,
I T. MCLAREN, M. D., C. M,
' Graduate of MoGill Uiuversity.
Dice: Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Solicitor Sermon; Couut,
Nimuv Public Convkvanciir, Etc.
Office tOiunore's Block, Barnard Avenue,
VERNON. • B. C
pilEI), BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc
Officki Martin's Muck.:
Vbbnon, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND IOUOITOR
Of the Supremo Court of B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
Vkknon, B. C.
Boots and Shoes
. T. Slxai-tf bx*d a,xxd Co.
J   K.JOHNSON,
Law and Colleotinq Aqenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND  FORKS   ....   B. 0.
pORBBS M. KBRBY, P.L.S.,
A. M, 0.8.0. a,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VKRNON, B. C.
HP  B. CROWELL,
TltONSO.V ST., V/.llNON,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
Otllce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
C 11. LATIMER,
VKKNON, tt.o.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Xms.aa4X SurT»*f op.
Mem. Amur .S,ie. Irrig. Kngs.
i:toi.tying and Analysis of Ores
QHAS. E. COSTERTON, '.
VKHNON, B. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Haps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. O. II.
s,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C,
Ouess    Bros.
JJSSAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, ». C. OKKKNWOOl), II. C.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thurbeb, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Staok Connection with S, S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arranoements Made por Providing
Guides and .Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Good Boating and KlHhtni?.  How nnd Sail Boat* for Hlro
POLITICAL MEETING
Held in Palmerston Hall on Tuesday Evening-Large and Enthusiastic Audience.
Tin* Iirsl meet in*,* of lin,present campaign was held here i.n Tuesday evening last, Ibe suine having lieen called
tn allow Mr. iMiiru's rrpresenlnlive.Mr.
Willlums nf   Vancouver, an opportunity ufiMilini'iulIng lho policy i.f Ihe
Lilii'rnl C'liist'i \uiivi* party, mul  of
plu.'ing before ilu* eh-dors In it plain
nml lucid nninni'r (In- si'vcriil binning
questions of the ilny,   Qniu* it lurge
gathering wns present, iimuiigst ..limn
weir ihi. champion* of,ilm Liberal
cause, Mr. II   MiiOuteheoli nf ICmti-
loopi, siippiiHui' nf Mr. Bosliick, nnd
Mr. Sidley of Anarchist miiillilaiii,., In>,
together wilh Mr. Wllliaiiit,.constitute!
the speakers of the evening.    The
meeting having been culled tn order,
Mi', \V, Powers wns elected chairman,
iiiul hf in a. few well-chosen words introduced Mr. Williams totbeaudience.
Mr. Williams, upon rising, snid he
was pleased to meet the elecluis ofllie
districl nnd tn lie able l,ecoiit.i'ibiit.e his
mile In advancing the Inleresls of the
Lilit.rnl Conservative cause, Personally
he was known to few present, but
might dure I., say ih.it he was familiar
I., many of them owing to ihestand he
innk with regard In advancing their
interests in Lhe Columbia nnil Western
railway matter, when a charter was
sntight in the provincial legislature,
which should grant-it right of way fo
the railway   through   Ihis   district.
Through the ..(furls of his colleagues
and himself they were able lo render
service liy reducing Ihe time limit fur
the construction ..f a  much-needed
railway to these pints, nnd having
served lhem in mutters provincial, be
was equally at (heir service in inulters
pertaining lo Dominion pulitlcs.  Mr.
Williams then took up the trade policy
of the Liberal Conservative party and
showed by inniinieriilile statistics the
greul benefit, a highly protective tariff
bud been in building up the counlry
and placing il iu lhe position it Holds
among nations at. the [.resent lime,
how it. bud encouraged home industries, anil l.y liuililing up ihe mauiifuc*
luring interests bud furnished employment to large uumhciH of |>eoplt) and
hud obviated tlie necessity of purchasing guods in a foreign market, thereby
keeping the money iu ..mown country.
lo llu* di'puliiui.in  of fanners who value* decreased to sueh tin exlenl
wailed upun Sir Richard Cartwrlghl,  Ier the ptiliey of prolecllnn, If pin-
who, when lhey presented their griev
tiiices, were told to "work more nnd.
eat less," and lhey wuuld gel ou very j
well iu llie «ui 1.1.   The party shifted
their policy pi'eltv much in lbe same
way as their representative has .Inn.'J
iu ihe pasl few days, wlm while up
noil h preached pili'lhtl prof eel Ion nnd
imw il. lbe sinilh free trade.   Ymi ..ill! ni ,\     ,\
have the pleasure of hearing MiyMc- Williams
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Ciiliiteiiii l.y and bye, Al this juncture
lbe speaker rend extracts flom lbe
Libel ill plat I'm in, which lie said wus
taken froui llle pages uf lhe Province
newspaper.
Mr. McCiilrhcnu—And published in
every pupiii' in ('.niiidu us well.
In .cuiielusiiiu, Mr. Williams .said In*
fell sure he mlgnt i.'hI conlelil in llnil
be wtisceiiiiiii llie farmers und peuple
of this section did not wish to see
everything brought Into il.e counlry
from llie Stales free of duty,, us that
would destroy their himie murket,
which would mean anything bul prosperity to I belli, lb1 was sine Mr. Sidley was bulling over in i.ii I hem nil he
knew, uud therefore he would notde-
liiln tlaan any lunger than lo suy thul
in llu. Conservative parly ure tu lie
found some uf llu. besl men in Cauiida,
and be huped Air. Sidley wuuld recognize lhat fact upon election day, (Applause),
Mr. Sidley moved to the platform
amid applause, und as il wus known
he would touch upnu suine ui the
liiiruiiig Inenl questions, It is needless
to say Ihe meeting was in perfectnc-
cord with liini at mice, Addressing
iliose present, he snid I hurried over
from Osoyoos ou lbe Iirsl Inlimutlon
In.ing given ihal a meeting|wns to lie
held bete I..•night, antl I did so Ihul 1
niiglil enjoy the opporliiully of refuting some nf the sluteiiients. or rather
misstatements', being niiide liy lhe
gentleman present, wlm comes tu
I'htiuip'un the Conservative cause.
With reference to lhe aspersion east
upon une of Cnuudu's most noble men,
Sir Richard Ourtwrlghl, tlml hi'in a
thoughtless moment iins,i'ered udepu-
lalinn uf fanners, who wailed upon
hlin, iii anything Init a lit and propel:
manner, I say lhat. even if sueh utterances were made, every on.' would In*
perfectly willing to admit thnl such
teetion is such a good tiling for llie
iniiuiif.-iiiiui-r, why does il nnl apply
equally In file farmer!*' Thai isu question well worthy mir earnest riitisideru-
Itoil, and une which I will leave llie
fanners ttuii nther volets of lilt* (list rid
lo answer ill lite polls on the a Int.
(Applnus('),   Before Inking my seal, I
I  mn  pleaded  to  sue  Mr.
iniong us. as hi- visit nn,v
liiiveu ei.ili/.itig infill'.lu e upon luui,
and when lie returns tn lhe <-o,-i*i mid
lo provincial polities he will Imibl
lie utile lo do lis lllllch   Iiiiiii' good lllllll
be Is able lo accomplish iu liis presenl
sphere.  (I.uitgliier und applause),
(Concluded mi page 2.)
 -*. • 4	
KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Also during the past few yeui's, or I statements as expressed were entirely
rather since lhe nalionul policy had
heeu in force, Imw greal ly lhe exports
iif lhe country had in.'reused. Whatever may he said tn lhe contrary,
under lbe fostering care uf llle Con-
foreign I., the innn, mul were not III I
lie Imputed to a dog.   That 1 uin opposed tn the eonsl.riielinu uf the Co*
luinl.ia nud Western rallwny, because
the liuililing of lhe same infant tlm
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots ancl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM        AN D   B A C O N    .
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST  OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
WOOD,   OA-tOHX.X.   <fc   OO..      -      •       AE1IIQTKONG.
servative government, they show nu i importation of oui-iile pind'ice,   I di
Increase of 17 per cnl. over the ex-  linclly deny thai sueh is the r
J. C. HAAS.        M. ll.OOUilT.        O. T. IIIIIIIIWIN.
BOUNDARY   C'RKHK
Engineering nnd Assaying Co,
Greenwood City, B. C]
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaint unco with tho Kottlo
Rlvor and Boundary Crook Mining
Dlstrlotti
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD. PI10PR1KT0RS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete,
All Kinds of Factory  Work  Kept in Stuck and  Made to Order
Coast Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths mill Shingles Kt.pt in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,
Factury ou (l. P. R., Vernon,
Sash and Door
port Lrttde under the McKeuzie
regime, and tbe Increase in lbe export
(rude may iu pari bu attributed In the
wise provision made in the matter uf
subsidies lo sleuui.hip lines, which
enables (he surplus nf Ihe (iiinadiiili
uiuuufuctiirei' and funnel' lu be carried
tu if numeral ive markets in olher purls
of lhe noil.I. Tlie.spcitkcrthen touched
upun Ihe tpustioii of money deposits
in lhe suvings hanks of the country,
which he suid wasn sine ludicuiiuii of
tin- prosperity or otherwise of a people
and whut is lo I e found? Why thede-
posils of bile years have greatly increased, as can he clearly proven liy
statistics (which were gone int..I which
shows ihul Ibf toiling masses are year
hy year becumiiig more prosperotisutid
not vice versa as our Liberal friends
would huve us believe.
Tlie public debt tiexl received alien-
linn, and upon thisipiesttoiithespeuket1
said tlieru was a good deal heing said
at present, tunny i(aiming that in this
mailer alone Ihere was good causo fur
turning,out tlie present guveiiunenl
uiui placing Ilm Liberals iu power, hul l week from Pentlcloi
sueh wns nut tbe ease, as the Iiicreusn	
of Ibf public debt should mil hechiirged
.iu uuy administration. Hid not, the
speaker said, tin' debt Increase in
greater proportion .luring lbe term Sir
Richard Ourtwrlghl wus In office than
during Conservative puWei Pile thought
) so, und it was represented ns eight
' millions In live millions, Hi* would
like to publl uut, however, Ibal ul-
ithough fhe debt had Inert-used, really
the burden of debl bus mil iuerenseil.
being 110 greater liuili live yi'iusugo,
The charge pi I' ftipita per minimi,
which provides for Interest and sinking
fund, Is the same now as I hen, 1*1,05,1 pockets? I hardly think su, and why
am mil opposed In lhe building of Ilm
mad, on the euulriiry, I favor il.
What I am opposed lo is the granl ing
of t. laud bonus for its cuiislriiclioii,
nnd consider Ihal such a policy should
be swept out. of existence iu ibis
province, I have every respect for
Mr, William*, mure so than for any
otic in the provincial house, and I au
uwure hf is Willi posted upun pi ovi man I
matters, Lei US see if he is an well
posleil upun null lets elffiiinguiif well-
fare locally. Mr. Williams has dodged
the ull-impiiiiiint [piestiun before the
counlry nl the present time, viz,, the
sell.nil ijiifslii.ii, and hassuiilabstillltely
nothing ahout il lb* has become
e.jiinlly reticent upon other ipieslious,
Lots of people in British (.'ulillnl.If ul
the present lime nre without voles,
Why did uol Mi. Mara nuni before u>
and explain the unit Ier in person?
Then again there Is tie
liupoiiuil! I" all of its here, Ihal is lhe
mull contract. Will .Mr. Williams suy
whether or uul. the euntruct Is lei. for
Ilm currying of innil lliren limes a
Grand Furks,
Mr. William- I believe It i-. I nni
mil ceiialn, hul il is said ii bus heen
given to Mr. Sliodgl'iiss,
Mi. Sidle. -Jii-I so. Mi-. Williams
is not. certuilii Perhaps he Is eipially
olisfiue ill nil Ills ul lift Blllleluellls,
Mr. Sidley, resuming, said Mr, Wil-
limns litis given lls it whole pile of
statistics lunching the ipi.'silou ol
rev,'tine mitt expenditure, lmpiirts, ex-
purls, etc,, etc,. Imt 1 will ask
one and nil, have ymi during tin* lini.*
il has laken lu compile llinsestulisllcs,
fell, the money, the gaining of which
was,lue to the N. P., jingling iu your
Record oi Mineral Locations lor lho Week
Mini; Juno 17, 1806.
III. Side Hill Star, Pass creek, .1. I..
Bjornherg aud A. (Jlllftu-d,
11. French Home, Bruwn's eamp, .1,
Helenas,
II. Diamond Joe, 'Sun.mil camp, W,
II. Harris.
11. Doubtful, Su ii  camp, W, II.
Harris.
11. Rosebud, Summit cump, P. Aspln-
wall.
11. Gray (.'upper, Summit camp, W.
II. Harris.
12. Lizard, Boimdiiry creek, J.Newby,
12. Golden Shield,Skylark cuuip,.I.S,
Harrison.
18. Ki a Fraction, Wellington eamp,
,1. K, I'rasrriiiiil .1. A. Coryell,
18. Prince Edward, Wellington rump,
R. S. Fruser,
18. lloytil. Brown's cainp, A. Lang-
foul nml .1. A. Bitters,
18. Liulf Gladys, Brown's cainp, A.
Langfoid and J. A, Bitters.
18. Mammoth    Brown's   camp,   A,
Langfoid uud .1, A. Bitters,
18. Red  Cloud,   Brown's   cainp,   L,
Siiiolll.
18. Morning Star. Brown's  camp, I..
Srli.ii ii.
18. Buck  Hum, ('hri-linu Lake,.I. II.
Blackburn,
18. Miidock, Brown's rump, A. Jeld-
liess iiiiiI I'. Sheep,
18   Lillle Joe, Christina Luke, I'l. E.
Burr,
13. Central  Cily,   Ilrown's rump,   N,
Ltll'soil lllld 0, llmnrtl.
1.1. Pr.ictl i.i    Pr ictlui...I.     Brown's
camp, C. Bfinu'lt.
18. Vaurniivrr, Wellinglon rump. II.
Mfl'lwfii.
13. Reno, Christina Luke, G. Wilson
and I''. II. Allen.
15. Golden OIiiiii, Brown's camp, R
I        Robinson.
15. Northern   Drib',  Puss Greek, C.
Nelson,
15. River Side,  North   Fork   Kelt If
river, J. Pounder and .1. Spruit,
15. Tainanifk Fraction, liruwn'scuuip,
(J. Alchinsoll und ('. Slewurl.
15. Alhelstun   Fraction,   Greenwood
(•iimp, .1. Mack,
15. Horse Shoe, Siuntnil camp, J, W,
Young.
15. Walerluii,   Ilrown's camp, .1.  W,
Young'.
15. Cnrboiiiile    Fraction,   Deadwuud
iiiiiii', (I. Guess,
Producer, Long Luke cuuip, J.Mc-
Iluin.
CBBTIFIC.VTKS OF W.iltH.
Hidden Treasure. Ned Bennett.
Agnes, S. Ilt'iinrrin.iu, .1. A. Flank
nml.I. II. .lum-.
Gladstone,   US. I''.   -Morion and T.
Fcithey,
tpieslion so[|2. Buy State, E, Koike and T. Fnhey.
12. Atliililus,   P.. i'.   Million  nml  T.
Fah"V.
13. Enterprise, J, F, Rice,
15.
12.
MARCUSand MIDWAY
STAGE   ImINU
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a, m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a, m
. % _
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
xi. x». HomaBonr, pbofbietor.
which shows no increase, As fur as
lhe customs duties are concerned, the
government have relieved the burden
of Ilm people considerably su funis ilm
real necessaries of life go, in whli h Hm
laboring man is interested, such as tea,
coffee, coals, sugar, etc., Ihese are allowed a Ir...' entry. Tlm customs dims
collected per annum is at present $3.15
per capita, Tlm speaker having ipioted
an unlimited ainiuinl of statistics
he 111 liig upun ihe several subjects
touched upon, then sought Inhumation
us to what lbe policy of ihe Liberal
parly was, as lhey had Im said Veered
around considerably recently, Tlmie
could he no limit' sulisfurlitiu gotten
out of the policy of ihe Libera parly
said the speaker, than was annulled
mil ? BecUIISe a great pillion nf ii hit
found ils way into Ilm pockets of the
protected Canadian liiiimifnclurers,
who by lbe hye ure now, after robbing
the p....pie fm iniiny yeurs, turning
around to (lm Liberal policy, As un
Instance, lake ilm Mussey maitufiic-
luring company. Mr. Williams has
told us Ihul. tlm population of the
country has increased in the past few
years, hut if  Ibf  statialies  nre   read
carefully and thut ghlv understood,
it will he seen thai i; is nut so. How
is il pussilile lhe 1 ipultilloil of the
ciiinii ry can Increase under a pulley
wliieli bus in tlm past few years driven
one and a half millions of peo,il il of
the country, Then again tuke property
returns.   Why  may  I ask lias farm
Silver Wnif, If. A. Frakut, M.
Houston, W. Ilii-lnw uml ('.
Grossman.
Little   Ohllll,   It.   S.   Flimer, and
M. Uuiston,
Big Chief, W. -iiistiii.
Lewullul, A, vV, McDonald and .1.
p. Cunningham.
Free Coinage, P. A. Howard.Stark
,*• McDonald, .1, I'i in'and .1. Uf.
feily.
15. Legal Tender, P. A. llnwuril.Sliiek
k Mi I aid uud.I. Price,
15. Sissy, -I. Mark and D, Mclllllllh.
16, While Elephant, II- McGutcheoll
and A. 11.11.
15.  'iiiiiIiii.   I''.  I,. Savage ami 0,  A.
Reildell,
liCKTHI'IATB ol' IMI'ltOVKMBNTfl,
15. Great  Hopes, .1. I',  llailaa, ll. M.
.Mf.Mar'iu, A. S. Oi-nwder, .1. -M.
( ntiilliuuilc and .1. M. Walkins.
TltANrtKKItH,
11. Dinner Bucket, } interest, .1. W,
llundlrn to F. Williamson.
13. Florida, J Inleresi, .1. I.. Peterson
io .1. Garrison,
13. Florida, ' interest, P. X. Gauthler
to I1' Aspinwall,
13, Hidden Treasure, J Interest, G, lb
1,1,. n> II. M. Kiiiliiel.
13. ('u | Inleresi, W. Newton t"
W. Tr.inslruiisky.
13. New Hop.'. 1 inleresi. .1. Fitzgerald
to W. Trunslroiisky.
13. (iieen.vooil,   |    inleiesl,   ,1,   l-'iiz-
gei'tild to W, Tm sli'iiusky. THE ADVANCE.
W. II. MOllllIS I'HoeiiiBTon
PuJllsliod   i...ii.l.i   at   Midway,  ll. C
SubsorlpUou t'rioc, $2,00 per annum, payable
in advanco, oltbor yearly ,.r Imji-yearly nl tin.
option at tho siiliarnb'T.
Advertising Elates sunt on upiiliuiUon,
Tlinuijli the onliitnne ,.( Tim Aiivance nre I
always open fur tho liiBcusslun of matters ol
pul.lii- [literal ami tmportanco, ivn Ho nut ncc*
oonurUy oudorso any uf lliu opinions cxiu-i'sscil.
Correspondence uf n persona! mil lire ..ill nut tie
piltilialli'll.
llnin his speech curlier in Ilm evening,
and nil hough I he luei'lbig wnsevidently
iu sympathy wilh Mr. Bnslnrk, yet
were Mr. Willhims' elfnrts nol entirely
in vuiti.
FOR SALE
MONDAY, JUNE 22
mm.
"
. :   A uruis in thlssnaoo bull*
.   eiiiiis that your subscriptton
: :to this paper tins expired,                   : '■
EDITORIAL NOTES.
An offlciul notice bus heeu received
by uur postmiisler in tin* effect that
the new mail conlracl between Peutic-
tou mid (Iraiiil Forks has been lei to
Mr. Siioilginss ofOkituugiiii Falls. This
is extremely good news, nml means
everything lo lhe business men ul the
lower and upper counlrv, us this [.on-
Ira.i will bring iniih purls of the dis.
triil  closely  iu  intuit one with ilm
other,
♦
Tin; nififhiints of tlm coast will also
feel the effect ef I he renovation, ns it
will now hf possil le to divert n goodly
amount of the I rude which up to tlm
present hue found Ils wn'y io Spokane
nnd olher towns over the bnrder, into
Hew uud mutually benellc'.ul chtinuels,
With ihf letting of Ihis conliiifl one
of the greulesl. luconveiiietifes tlm
people of ilm dtsiriel hitve.litid lu suiter
for the lust iwo years passes away,
Ihul nf on Insufficient mull seta ire,nnd
whilst (-.nigral uial ing ourselves upun
(he near approach of n different Male
of affairs, we ure thankful Ihul nl Insl
tlin government has seen III to recognize our wants, and hy so doing remove
Ilm worst grievauce"clmrislifil in tlie
pasl itgnllisl ihfJ)oniiuion nuthniiiifs.
I> a fornierjssuf we bad occasion lu
make snme remarks lunching the issuance of frown grinds. Since referring to lhe mailer we huye heen suine-
whal enlightened upon Ihe Mil j.-tLuiul
Hud thai a good ileal uf delay which
has attended Ilie issuance of some of
lhe crown gruulsjins been iiccnsiuncd
lhrough lliiijgn iruiice of ihose applying for lhe stiuie, as lo.vhat cuuslituLes
lhe regtii.ition formula to he pursued
in unking application, Tn pretcnl
111Lslak.cs mill luiiioyunce in tile 1'uluic
wc mny say il Is mil only necessiir)
when making npplii.il ion forn crown
grunt lo forward the usual lees in tlie
assistant (iiiitiiii.--sioi.fr of hinds ttud
works, hul us well ml papers relating
to I he .propria y, sueh usoiigiuul pre
fliiplioll ifeul'il, eel liliiule uf iinprn.f-
iueiits, elf., ami sliiillld any uf llle
(liifiiinciils huve been hist, nu tillltlavil
taken beforeu justice of lhe pence tu
Ihul effect shou.d ucrinupuiiy Iheup-
pliculiii.i. If the furegnlug rules ure
.strictly observed, Ilm business of issuing crown giants wiil l.e greall)
accelerated.
► •<    «—
POLITICAL MEiiTlNG
(Com iiiuetl from Page 1.)
Mr. MiCiilrlmnn upon lislugreferrcd
to the greul pleasure it gave him I..
pay ll visit to llu. valley and become
ucp.muled wiih some of its Inhabit-
an.s. lie said .Mi-. Willlauis Uud ou
several occasions touched upon the
null ter with reference to Sir Richard
Cmiwrighi, lull lm Had never en-
(If.i.urt'd lo answer him, as he had tun
much respeel for his uudiftice. No
one could deny bill that Sir Richard
Curl wrigltl. wns u splendid malt. Afler
lislfiling to such u .uluumof stulisiii.-.,
suid Ihu speaker, uf course all presenl
are rich or at least should Iv if lliere
was any truth and eirlruey in whui
Mr. Williams lindgivi'i. llieni. (Laugh.
Iff). Tlm speaker ihutighl the taruier
and uiiiier rcipilred sonielhlng more
than statistics. Mr. S.dley giivesume
figures tn vnu touching ih" populullnn
of Cnniid.i', mid Mr, lVilliuinsiuiire,iiul
they huve not Iold ymj Ihul il.e go.-
uru men t spent Ihree luillluusnf didiurs
upon emigrnlluii wilhoul tidiliug nn
increase of one in the pupiiluiluii. The
goveruineiil inude gi-eul prtuuises tu
1,378, just ns Sir Cluuies Tn, par is
doing Intlny, hut they did not llial will
not uiiinmil to .anything .No govern.
■ ■■■-Ill in Canada run raise Ihi' price of
grain,and tm mint has n rlghl insuiiid
up and 1,-11 lin* people be call ilinki
llmiii wfuliliv nr tiiitki' Ihem pui.r us
suine of lhe Giuiservulive stulfsnmi.
have dniii'.   Why nre Ilm | pie Ink-
iug so kindly lu Ilm pollci of lie
Patrons of Industry,    Touching tlm
truilii policy.  Mi.   McCutcl n snid
lliere were smite thing- on Ilm I.e.. Il.sl
ntmiiigsl. itmiii rags, etc., nml iee, ol
whieh hitler nrtleln lhe Goiiservullves
would reiptite u huge tplullllly tin lhe
23td In keep I 1i,-iii cool, (Uiighler).
Mr. Williain- Iold yoll llle Liberal
policy Is for live I rude, bill If lie was
llolmsl he   Would    tell    loll    il     Imams
lifer Iriide.   Toiiiiiiug reciprocliy,  lm
spflkfl'silitl that the people liad lo
Ihank Ihe United Slates not llmCinn-
(Iiuu giiveliiiueiil Ihul siiehulreuty is
not In existence lodiiy, Mr. Williams
nies, said tiie speaker, to -hilt th . re
spuisihilily from Me. Mini's shoulders
with respeel i'i ihe dtsfraiiclilseiuenl
ol  ii y volets in  ihis cousflliieiicv,
hul llpllll Mr. Main's -llnuiileis il he-
longs,   (Applause).   Ma. M.Cnlihi	
ilfterlOllrlllllgup.il tlm lioodling pro-
pi-nsiiii's of itiuiiy Cimservtitlves nnd
showing lhe disparagement belween
tlm rniilrui-l price fo. cuiTvltig 'nail on
Ilm dlfferenl rnules inll.e YuleC.iii'oo
disleiet, wound up a eery inleiestinu:
sp fih hy I'xh'iullug liis heiirers lu
iul" forn good pine government, mul
one Ihul would lie a Messing instead of
a nies,. iii tlm Dominion, (Applause).
Mr. Wilii ..ns, in replying lo the for-
luer spi'tiki'ls, gnve a very concise and
I idling r,.i„iii 11 to many nf llieir iirgn-
nielils, ...lia-li sptiee wtil md tillow of
our giving In exlfiisn,   SullMi'til liow-
 '•  Is II I'l s-.r Hull hiselosingsjiefill
li..J 0'r ii,!. i ... '.,,1.. ..',.'.i Ihose pn sin'
OKANAGAN MISSION.  B. C.
This is a splendidly Itni.li.a liiitisu insiile
nml mil, idnnist ui,.v. .villi (juod stable utul out
buildings, is contrnlly lueaii.il in lho valley
uml i-inniiiiuiilsu giiinl traile. I! annuls nn its
own gininuls of I .vn nnil ii half ncros in oxltnit,
nnil isu gaml investment,
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
with
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Thin building i- twit Btoroj'B high nml stands
nn iih own ground of Jialf mi nuru tti oxtunl mul
is in iv commanding biiHiiiut-H por.illon,
Kun Tkkms Aiti.yto
I). NIOHOIjSON,
Okanagan Mission
% R c£?™ton GREENWOOD  CAMP
General Real Estate & Finansial Agt.! boundary creek, b. ..
.. Tie Gi lop Boarding House..
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
AR-eiit   Poi*«^
Tins Il.iYAL I ski* ii ami; Coy.
Thii; London ami Lanoashibe Firhi
Insurance Coy.
The Insubance Cot, ok Noiith
America.
The London ami Canadian Kike
Insurance Ciiy.
The Sun Like Assurance Coy 0?
Canada.
The Dominiof Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser kor the Canada Permanent Loan AND Savix.isCoy.
(lood Accommodation for Travelers.  First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
MARTIN    BROS.
uc.imno nuvftK roit
Hardware, Stove, Tin-
wars, Paints, Oils
and Glass,
■V-©x*.7rj..o2*n., 13. O.
ff""-'--"''"riT'**" "■—' •■■n-r *-(■-»■••-•""*■'""■'■■"*•*■••  '  '
BUCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK ROOK CltKKK.
H.    ri***&xa.ci3L-J:iaai.,    TME&xr.
Kiuht-i'lash  Accommodation  vou Guests.
GOOD STABLING
arExcollenl IIsIiIiir on Kottlo River..-?"
lilHTpV ft MM
iillul trill
13 ,  .
Glassware and Crookery,
School SuppliflS and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Gair.es, Dressing' Cases
Wall Paper, Viol:n String's
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
II.  KEYES,  Prop.
Good  Aeeoniliiiuhilion,
Hest Liquors nnd Uigurs,
Flrst-Clasn Sliihllng,
ARMSTRONG  B, C.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL
Lath and Shingles.
KELOWNA, B. C,
Vim can now purchase cedar panel doon*, beautifully made and Hnuihed; window sash,
I,,:: itiinglofl nml nil other kinds of house furnishings, nl Uio Okanaflai. Sawmill. Pongli nml
dressed lumber noimtanth <>" muni. Orders frum Kotlh* itivor dwlriel sollulWD nml prices
furnished upon application u>
N. il.  Sush tui-l Doors ntOoiw! Hrlcon, with SJIgbt--Advance to cover coal of bright,
20!,   -SJTElQTDSEOa, E»JEFv-03P.
«1h9 %LWl
SASH - DOORS, m  The trade centre of the Grand fe
—LUMBER—
m
$m Prairie, Kettle river and -,,,;:.(
|§J Boundary creek mining and jjp
§M agricultural country. ml
m ■      ■  ~        m
m      ____^^^e^e==      m
A   VTc-jfU p rifi   m   Situated at the junction of f$
, A. illll & lilj, ffl the Boundary creek, Marcus W
iW ,and Reseryatic
ISu.ictwson. tu 11. N. Tuylor)
Ctaists and Druggists
Vernon, 3. 0.
Hoop ;i Flr't-t Una.-. sLu.-k n(
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Article,,
Fraiript aiiil Cjpj'-l Attitioa
Phcenix Fire tairaeen, mail orders.
'■-.V. fl. H.'-iBE'l  ■ 1BIBWAY, B. C.
|'iistii|.-|..ii.|.: mix lit.
m
 on wagon roads, ml
IH Nearest point to the Colville -fig
f& reservation mince B
Certificate   of   Improvements.
MOTICE.
Till: IlfMlKK MlNKIIAL CLAIM,
Situated at Providence Camp, In the Kettle
River Mining Division of Yale Distriet.
TAKK NOTlri; Unit 1, Jnnics Sutherland,
freo minor's tJortiflcAte N'o. B8183. intend,
aisly ilnys frniii Iheilnlo liereui, to upply to tlio
(Iniil ('.iiiniiissiiiner for a i.tTlillcuteodiuprovo-
inenl Iur the purpose uf oul anting n Crown
(Ii-iuil for llie iilmve ininoral eluiin,
And furllior lake notice Hint adverse claims
mini oo sent in the Mining Ueeordcr and uc-
liim commenced l.eforc tl.c lieuanoo of such
iTliillcilte uf hnpi'iivcillciit*..
Haled lllis atlli duv i.f April, ISKI. H
MINERAL ACT.
Qortiflcute   of  Improvements.
WOTIOH.
Tula UoilKUIOK Uliu Minkiui. Claim.
Situate In the Long Lake Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Vale District.
TAKK K'OTlt'H Uml wc. M. J.M.Wood,
line lnill,,., eertllliiitn Nu. (i.i'»<l, and J.
W. Powell, lie.' Illlliors eurlllliillc No. IB,*,
Ililenil, slxly duys (nun the .lute noreof, lo
uiilily tu lhe fluid Ciiiuiulssiiuuir fiirnccrtilli'iile
ui lllinroVOIllcnU, (nr Ilm |.urp<.HC ul ut.lnliiliig
a i'Iii.vii gi-nnl tu Uin ulxive liitlut.
And (uiiin.r luke mil tec, Unit, ml verse ..Iftiiiis
must he sent In (lu-(lui.i Ctuumlssliiner undue*
I inn i'iiiiiiiieiii.cil tuifuru thu isKliiuicc uf such
.  inn.',ia- ,1 Iiuin-uveiiieiits.
IMIedllllsntliiluyol A|n*il. IMI, 8
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certifleiite   of  liuprovements.
5fi
m
M LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD Ml
m —      fi i
*:,^-aj For prices nnd nil ol her iufor.ii.il io,i n|i|ily to p«Vf;3
?m
m C. E. STUART ■ - - AGENT m
■ i. -"■   : S
?ft
CARSON, (inAND I'H.MIHK. II. C
m
RLSLFiVE.
KOOTENAY AM) YALE DISTRICT,
NOTICE Inhorolij*given Uud allCrnwnlnntls
nut covorod   liy   oxlsllng roscrvullons
HllllUtotl .villiin liic flillouillg iicM-rineil nluek
ur ■ res irvotl in p nun tnoo ul llio p. ivlnlnns uf
Uu. "I'l.luni! i.i uml Weati-ni Hallway subsidy
Act, LW), provldud IiiiiI nil ngiictdtiiriillimits
im-uiiial tlieiaiu which iippcrinin h.Suctions
:t, I,,*,nndiiuf llu. snid rnllwaj slmll In. open
tor mIo or pre-emption under the l.inul Aol.nn
provided livseelii.il eleven ItII uf Ihosilltl .-'111,-
siil) Aol, viz.:
Commencing nl n p iinl un tho Ititorniitl mill
lm Inn- situ.iled HlxLuOII llli.  mill's eii-l  id
lliu wiUIIi-uim onrnor uf nluek 1* ul' llu.
Nelson iiiiiI l-'.i.-i Hlicppnril railway Innil griinl,
lieiiigulsu Hie sniuti-,.nsi corner uf Toirnsliip
'ighl \ tai), Kootonay district: thonco duo
west (long llie In.oi'iiiitlunid liiiuiidary fur u
illsinnoo "f une hundrud un 11 wculy-foiir mllrs
il.'li inn luiiii itiiuiit li miles wesl uf rjimillca*
iiinoti rivers Ihonce due nurlli llfiv* Ix lul'on
i.'.iil; llioucodiiucnal ra.. hundred unit livonty.
(mu- miles il.'li tu ,i;, an  at in miles ensl of
llio south etui o( -il i.a 'a ; co iiiiii small
tu tlie point of e,in,in -no iiiionl.
ll.tl I.. MA  TIN,
ChiefCnnnnlsBliincrn( hunnsiunl Works.
hiindsiiiid Works DcpBiiinunt,
Vieuiriu. II. t'.. .'nli ,liino, ISM. II
KNIGHT & CO.
Vernon, 0. JO.
ButotasaodPorkPaekers
THE  CAFE
Ccpp-ir Street, Greenwood City, B. C.
2M oalb     cn*"fli    J&. 11    1SS. <_*■___?__
Q. 81383, MANAGER.
M2
VEEKON HOTEL,
Hamilton & MoQillvray,
Proprietors	
Wesl I'.iu! ,,l' \/
Uneoncl Avi'inio,    VERNON,B.C.
VVI.il.- : Help i< >t"|ly,
I'li-si-flnssin Every I! isp.,-1.
Kvery ('iiiiifiili mul ('itiven' 'lico,
Eroo Una I I li- All Trains,
A Cull Sulliiled.
<S__*
Stable :  ii| : ' 'i.iiii.-ciioii
•
-   ,.,
FURNITUR
—«3a5acsS'','§)jag!!5*iij^~
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIYED
-^UPHOLSTERING*^-
ROSSLAND, Fl. C VERNON, B. C.
TAX MOTICE.
iHSi'sH.iu'iil Act iiiiiI l'rovlii"lnl
ItovoilllO Tn v. Kuali Crock
Division ul' Ylllo Hist rift.
NOTICE Ishorohygiven llml 11 scssoil nn.l
lii'ovlnotnl rcvonue las"sfnr 181)3nro now
dunanil pnynhlc al inyolHoo, Osoyoos,nl lho
following rales 1
If iniill mi in* before until .I11110:
OtiO'half of ono per eont, nu real property.
Twu porconl.on wild Intnl.
On -lliii-il  u( une  por eeia. uu personal
proporty.
t.iii'-linir uf nne per eenl. ,m income
lf|i,iiil..iii.|.|il'i.Tlsi Julyt
Two-tiiirde of ono porccnl on nml property.
Twu nml ono-hnlf pm- eenl. nn wild limit.
Onudiiilf nf (inn   tier cent,   nn  persona!
proporty,
Thi'oC'fniiiihs n( inni por eenl. mi Income
Provincial revenue tux. $11,(10 pet' capita,
('. A. II. LAMBLY,
Assessor and Collector
ltock Crook Division of Yulo DIstiicL
U.a.i.ies. :*."., llllll.Ijliiinrv. IH»i.
I''. H. .I.VCl'lIvS,
Watches, C'.ocl.s ancl Jewelry,
Spectacles and
Si.varware,
IICPAIIIINII A SPECIALTY,
VEIINON, H.c
rmr#p—•-■ •■"-.■*— (•,--*.■       .*,■-. —ij-.
GIlAilD PRAI'lE SAW HILL.
♦
Ho null  I.iihiImt
I'rum $10 to HUS,
Dressed Lumber
Pi iiiii to HJ18
I'rr Tlioiisiiuil.
wum, IHWM
GHNOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
Al1 Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
Sl'O K A N h    l< ALLS,
I1.  ( 1.   lll.X   PAft,. U'tisllil|n|t,l|
Ssnd Voar Ordsr to-*'*^»'-w^-
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wr-g^ns,
Bug'gies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lsquiiiio k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
^&
i
■*>.
25 bars noap ;w.oc
1 poimd coffee w,2i
1 pound tea dust io.i_
Dry salt bacon psr pound      $0.1?
Send us your mail orders and you wili
oave Money.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
c-t^-KtSOBa"
HTOTICE.
Til'*: IjK.vin'utiin Minkuai, CUlM.
Situate )n Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
"T^AKM N'nTK'K tlml I, Jnlin A.Corroll, ns
i nuoill fur.l. Tuylnr. fi*t'i*iiiin(,T's(*i'rlitlcalo
No. 02141,■■uii-l Geo. VV. Hiiiiiln;iv«r,fr(,'eiiiincr"i4
rei'tiflcfttO N'». (i-131. Intend, nfstv dnys frnni
lho d'nto horoof, to apply to the Mining l,qporder
fnran'iiii.iruli!»f iinpnivuincnts, for lbe pur*
popo*of obtftttilng a (Irown grant to tho above
clivim.     ,
Ami furtlior lake notice that action, under
flection H7, mtiRt he minni'enrcd before lhe !••
Rimiieo of rtnoh cerlJlioato of itnprovcinenly,
Daictl ibis Zfltli day of May, ISM. 13
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cortificnto  of  Improvomoiits.
NOTICE.
Tm: Golden Itop Mixkual Claim.
Situate In Central Camp, Keltle River Mining
Division of Yalo District.
npAKR NOTIl'P that 1,-John A,Coryell,as
i agont fa* .!.!>;. ilos.-*, freo miner h certill*
onto No. t'fllll, intend, sixty iliiyu from Itiedate
lierool to apply to ilu* Alining recorder for a
oertillcftto ul inipi'inenunilH. for tho pttrposoof
obiainlng a t irown granl of tlie abovo eluiin.
A till further take notico tlmt action, under
Houlion Iff, must bo commoncod before thu Ib-
aiiaueo of Buoli coitlfloAlti "f improvoincnti.
Datod Ihia ffth day of May, 1600.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
OorHflcatb  of   IinproveinoiitH.
Tiik Nox Pi'ca Mineiul Cuim.
Situate in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Divis'on of Yale Distrfct.
'■pAKK NOTICK that i, \Y. T. Smilh, freo
1 miner* iTiiimaie No. 70261. aa agont for
tin- liouiibllo Mining Co., inlend. -sixty days
from the dale hi'i-enf, tn npply to the Mining
l.ceorder for a cuii ideate of tinprovetlioiita, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of tho
abovo claim.
And fnrllier take imt ice lhat action, under
•auction :i7, must he commenced before tbo Ih*
sunnee (if such eerlillnUe of Improvement)*.
Haled tlihcffilidayuf May, IWO. 13,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
nroTxoA
Thk L/bt Cjianck Minkiwl Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK llml I, \V, T. .Smith, froo
miner's eertitieato No. 70201, 08 a^'ent for
llu! Uoptiblio Mining Co., intend, sixty dayn
fiuiii ilm date horoof, to apply to the Mining
Kpcoi'dor fora ecrlitiealeof iinprovtmenlH, for
llieinirpi.seof ohluitiit.ga Crown grant of tho
uiiin edlaiiu.
Ami further take notice tliat action, under
section 37, niuut lie commonood before the Ik-
sun nee of such cerlillcate of improvements.
Haled lhis27Ui day of May, 1896, 13
Lfjid Act Amendment Act, 1896.
N
OTICK in horoby given llml, sixty dnyi
. after date, I inlend to apply lo the Chief
unmissiener of Lands n(id Workft rfir per-
mission to purohttflO the following described
land, nil mil ed in lhe southern portion of
1-- yoos   division   nf   Yalo  div .let   in tho
I rovince of liiilish I'olURtl fit! Cnliiliieueing at
II stake marked Olio DUlior, noi'tli wwl coiner.
mljoiiiiiig lhe norlh oust corner of lhe Unrk
Horse mineral claim, ddjdititngmj pro-embllon
I'lnim. tiring norl ion of section I ln lo«nship70,
ivofll «f the nlxlli initial meiidiaii, Ihonce noiith
Vtlelmins to the stmt li hnumlaryor Haid BRctlon
lin.-, Ihenci* easl On cliiiinsaloiigH'dilKoei imi Hue,
Ilienee north In chains, I hence west 20 chains,
l hence south 20 chains, I hence west 20 chains lo
lbe place uf colilllli'lieomuNt, eonlMlllli: 100
aori'H more or less. OTTO M..MKU.
Hated llil>: It'll dav of Mft)  IMIO. 12
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
N
OTH'K is horoby given lint sixty days
al'ieidatc I inlenil tu unplv tothe Chief
i uintiii-siiHiei'nf liimilsaiid V\oikr fur iieruits-
- Imi hi mirelmBO iho following descrlhed land,
iliuileil in Ihe sotilhein portion of lhe Osoyoos
li virion of Yale liistriet, iu tho Province of
I'i'ilishColiimhia:
Connnonoing al the norlh-wcsl corner of Olio
[liiliers prc-cmpllon claim, ilienee norlli 21)
chains, thence east 10 chains, Ilienee south 20
chains, llionoo west IO chains to Ihe jdace uf
c.miincnccincnl, being the north half of lho
simih-west quarter "f seclhni !l, township70,
nml mining BOaotOH more or less.
j. vvmujuii woo:>.
Dated May 27,1*566. 12.
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896
NOTICK is hereby given that fiOdays after
date I intend In apply to the Chief Cnm-
intffitottor of Lands and VYork8 for permission
lopmchase lho fol'owlng dcMTined laud,
;i|iiated in IhesonUuirn porlion of the Osoyoos
division of Yale ilistrlel, in tlm Province of
liiilish Columbia, and more particularly described as follows: All the unoccupied portion
oftlieweel half of section 8, towimhlpfiO.and
all the unoccupied portion of tho emu. half of
seel inn 7 township GO, containing 610 aores.mnre
or Ics-. \V. T.THOMPSON.
Midway. H, ('.June IJ, 1890, U LOCAL, AND DISTRICT.
Mr. A. Postell, who was down looking up a market for farm produce, returned to lhe upper country on Tuesday last.
The Wilson Hall is the iiit.ne given
to a fine new liuililing that is lieing
erected at Anaconda, The size uf lhe
building is 80 liy 50 feet, nud when
completed it will he used for puhlic entertainments,
Don't forget that the Anacondiiites
are going to have musing good sports
on July lhe Hrst. The youngest town
on the creek will dispense hospitality
will, a lavisn hand, anil all the people
will lie there.
Mr. A. IH'iiil. of Armstrong Is pay-
ing a first visit lo the dial. int. Mr,
Dl'nlh is a*pari owner of the .Sunset
claim in Deadwood camp, and may lie-
fore returning norlh have other inleresls in mines to his credit,
Mr. Alex, McDonnell, formerly of
Hlue Springs, nud who has a ciiulracl
forlhedelivei y of inerebaiidiseliel ween
Peiiliclon and Boundary creek, talks
of pulling nu anolher four horse team
to accommodate lhe trade,
Mr. W. T. Hmiili lefl for Spokane on
Wednesday In meet Messrs. Fnrrel ,v.
Midgeon, who ate expected ui. Boundary this week. It is lo l.e hop.*.! Iheir
coining will menu llie starting of work
on snme of Iheir properties,
Mr. E. S. Graham, accompanied liy
his son and nephew, came up from
Spokane on Friday and are slopping in
town. Mr. Griiham has linnight some
men with him whom he will pul to
work upun his  mines on  Ingialiani
: mountain at mice.
Mr. P. Richter has purchased Mr. P.
Supienents' place al.Kereinuos, and is
liusily engaged milking marked im.
|>i-.n.'ini'iil.a on Hie property in the way
offenciiiK, ln.il.ling, ete. Forty acres
of the much will lie seeded down to
Alfalfa Ihis summer,
, Mr. John Manley of Grand Forks
passed through town ou Wfiluci-day
lust on his way home after a visit lo
the coast, Mr. Manley reported tlle
weather, whilst he was at the const,
us wrelched, and nothing like lhe
heittltlflll weather we are enjoying in
this sectiun.
Mr. Leonard Morris, assistant coin-
niissiouer of lands nnd works, Venum,
paid lllis part, of llie district ll visit llie
4111st week lie iiiiiiu down fnnn lhe
nurlli aceompiiiiii'd liy Mi*. W. Mill.
.Smith, provincial auditor, who is mitk-
ing his ufiliial rounds to lhe different
governmentagencies.
Mi. B. Wood of Ui'i.enwiiod Cily returned liniiii' from llie coast 011 Friiluy,
and was pleased to hear of tlle many
liaiisactiims which have laken place
ill his absence, Mr. Wood [seven more
enthusiast Ic over lhe prospects of
Boundary creek I I.a 11 ever before, and
nays much enquiry is lieing made
nlioul. Ihe distriet l.y people al Ihe
const.
A few days ago a snd accident liap-
|ii*ii,'il nl one of ihe hydraulic mines
on Granite creek, by wbich a miner
■milled Kehoe lost his life. The deceased was working near one of the
monitors when unexpectedly the nozzle
of the monitor wns lowered, striking
the deceased a heavy blow on the head
from the elfects of which he soon
expired.
Mr. R. Hall and Mr. Menary of
Okanagan Mission came down (ill Monday last. Mr. Hall recently purchased
Mr. J. Frank's pre-emption on Bnunilary creek and intends clearing up Ibis
summer a goodly porlion jif il, ll, is
one of the liest hay lunches oil llie
creek, aud no .Inula under Mr. Hall's
attenlion will be made a valuable
properly.
On Monday the 15th inst. the semiannual licensing court for tlie Canyons
•distiict was held at Osoyoos, the pre-
aiding Justices being C. A. It. Lamlily
chairman, II. G. Sidley, ti. it. Allium.I,
P, T. McCallum aud James Kerr
Quite a number uf applied Ions for
licenses were presented, ami tin board
granied the following: Anaioiula
hotel, Anacun.la; Palace hotel, Ana-
cnndai   Windsor hotel,  (Jl nwond;
Pioneer hotel, (Jree11wo.nl; Stuart, k
Patterson hot*l,*Gi,eeuwiiodi'8iiuiiull
hotel, Boundary iiinuiitniii 1 Grand
Forks hotel, (liniiii Forks. Two olher
applications were thrown oul. ns nol
lieing iu order.
News hus Iwn received from Fair-
view uf the dentil of a slrnnger to the
districl, Mr. J'Units M. .Miller, of Chilli-
wack. llle riiTiiinslniiccs of his death
are extremely sml, us he was laken
suddenly sick whilsl. on his uuy home,
The deceased was a very quiet respectable mini, and spent about two weeks
in Midway recenlly, a guesl of Mr. D,
McDiiff. He complained of nol feeling
well whilst here, and It would seem
was laken worse nt Rock Creek. From
Rock Creek lo Fairview he was given
conveyance, by Mr. H. Murray, who
with his wife was oil his way to Penticton. On the way over lo Fairview
Mr. Miller gradually giew worse, nnil a
few hours after arriving lliere, and before medical nssislunee could be summoned tn him, lit. died. Mr. Miller, Il
is understood, was travelling through
the district looking up a locution in
which to start iu liusiness, and hud he
lived would no doubt have ret I led
here, as he expressed himself much
pleased wilh lhe prospects in Ihese
,pai;te,
READY FOR BUSINESSJ^TOTHEFRONT.
To the Miners and Prospectors of Boundary CreekDistrict:
Ibeg to announce the opening of my new store at An
with a large and well-selected stock of general
uaconda, B. C.
     large and well-selected stock ot general merchandise,
suitable lor the needs of the country, and where I will be in a position to give my best attention to the large and growing trade with
which 1 am now favored, and of which I hope to merit a continuance. Having done business among you for the past two years,
it is hardly necessary for me to introduce myself further than to
state that all orders intrusted to my care will be filled at the lowest
possible prices consistent with quality.   YotlRS FOR TRADE,
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Currying Dry Hoods, Ornierlrs, Bonis lllld SI s, Ui-.nl y
Made Clothing.    Miners' Supplies, Flnm  Bncnii, laud,
Elc, On   Hand  AT   ROM   BOTTCIH    PRICES.
J. McNICOL - - ANACONDA, B. Cl|Nl ED
A Harness and Saddlery
Department bus been added, where everyihing in llint
line ..ill he found,   REPAIRING  SOLICITED.
RISCOLL.
FLOURft-    4}FLOUR
ro
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale; Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Messts. Coryell und Murray have
rented their Hue ranch properly at
Gland Praiiie to Mr, T. Cupsey, 11
thoroughly good and experienced
farmer,
Mr. Dun Lore, of Hurray, Idaho,
passed through Midway Inst, week on
bis way to ltock Creek, where be hns
gone to take charge of the hydraulic
mini) for Mia Monnghan.
Mr, ll, Cawston passed lhrough to
Rossland lusl week with a nice band
of prune beef steers. This is the Iirsl
of the summer's drive, and they will be
taken over llie Diwilncy trail.
Mr. J, Van Kl'l'vjs, who lias recently
been selling up llie new machinery ill
lhe hydraulic mine nt Ruck Creek and
pulling the properly int.. shape, lefl
last week for Idaho to examine placet'
ground for Spokane parties,
.llr. I'l, Ii'.illork-Wchsler of F.eivmi'os
Waa a visitor 111 town llie past week.
In comparing the past with I lie present
Mr. Webster iioled a greul change.
When lie last visited llie district only
ahout half a dozen ranchers were In
lie found iii a hundred miles, nuw there
areas ninny small lowns. Mr. Webster, who is one .of tin* best fruit and
vegetable growers to be found iu these
parts, says there will he an abundance
of fruit this summer, lit least judging
from his own orchard, I lie Irees in
which ure loaded dnwn.
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. D. Graham Ins mule a strike of
yery good ore on tbe mountain belween Myers Hal und Kereineos und
has slaked some good leads
PeUile, a lelluriil.'.if gold and silyci,
ota very rich character, has been found
in the ..re from the Enterprise claim
nil the Jewell lea.I iu Lung Luke camp.
Tbe percentage of gold in lhe lellurlde
is very high—lS.:il) per cent. y
Mr. J. Scholield is I usy at work developing tlie Bray Fugle eluiin in Sum-
mil cuuip, The Bray Fugle lies next
10 the Mountain Ruse, and I be ore I hat
is being laken oul is pronounced very
Hue. Mr. W, T. S1nii.l1 owns au inleresi in ihe claim.
Mr. Caiincy and Mr. B.lunger, nf
Salt Lake City, the gentlemen who
bought nut Hie R.Bell audollierclaiins
iu Summit camp, are 1111 tholr way inlo
examine theh properly nnd make
preparations for lhe further development of ibe claims,
Mr. .luck Bucher bus bonded his
cluim, lhe Copper King, wliieli is shunted on lbe liiniintain near Kereineos,
to Oaptain Hall, a gentleman well
known iu litis district, and Mr, .1. limber, of lbe Siinilkiiineen, lias also
bonded two cliiiins iu the sumo vicinity
as Ihe former to the same parly, Tbe
consideration of tlie bonds bus not
I iniispiti'il.
Sonic purl ics who have recently been
staking claims bnve done so upnu
ground, so il is understood, upnu
which llie assessment wnrk instead of
being done bus been paid, ns provided
for in Ihe Mineral Act, Before sinking nut,claims upon what may appear
In be abandoned ground, it would be
well for such parlies tolbsl tborohgldy
PXtlttllllQ the records, to avoid fulling
into error.
H. WRIGHT
i nnrl   CHiaaI
Anasonda, B. C.
Repairing Neatly and PramptlyDono
Orders by stftgo strictly alti'iiiicd to. Adilrom
Atmoandu Mercantile) Co'h Stopo,
ATTENTION
I have a Splendid Assortment of
Drawing Boom, Dining Boom,
.  .   .  Litpcry, Kitohoc,
And Several Sola of
Bedroom Furniture
For sale at reasonable prices and nit easy
terms of payment in approved purchasers, at
my residence, Midway, an Inspection uf wliieli
is solicited by
M. W.   PALMERSTON.
1.W.HIWELL
Et*Ta33H,
ANACQNDA,B.C.
PriniMt nf
Beef, Pork, Mutton and
SAUSAGES.
•fgrDellvery wagon In all towns and camps in
tlie neighborhood.
FREIGHTERS!
Purchase good baled hay at
Penticton. Finest quality ancl
reasonaiile price. To be had
at Mr. A.  H, Wade's store.
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Work faoutod lo llie Satlf-
l...il...iuf Cisliinmrs.
A. D. WORGAN.
Portrait & Landscapa Photographer
VKHNON, II. C
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT  FOR  SAlE.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT B3ABD
GOUD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, B. C.
Estimates furnished upon application for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime and other material kept constantly on hand.
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HALF WAI HOUSE s
v»on.>
KETTLE RIVER
V-BBTWEEN.^
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STACK STATION AND-     jj TWO   CARLOADS   OF
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION ;| rs • , y T      j I
—       -j Groceries and hardware j
Dost Eranils Liquors and Cigars |
2 Tolin.-.ii.  On 1111 ail   Fruits,  Evaporated   Frnils,  .lams,  Jellies,  Ciilini'il
_^^^_^^^_^^_^ if Vegelal'li's,  Etc.   Picks. Shovels,   [lainiiicrs, Sans, Nails,
George Edwards- - Proprietor|J Anvils. Bellows, Jessnp Steel,   Etc. Fresh  lings
nn.I Mullet', Hums nml Bacon al close prices. :
RENDELL 81 CO.!
Greenwood City ancl Boundary Falls. ♦
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AT THE       ^^^^^^
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Stofc Moiiip, Etc. jM ^ ^ M Ci^
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
TITOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place I c Three Diliereni Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly Fiist-Class and Chaicjes Moderate.
■   -   Gjij Stabling,
A G;il. Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Proi-
©    ©    ©
GREENWOOD I
.    ,OT
Though do not fail tn tuke advantage of
this rather limited opportunity, Wid
havo ynur Photo takon wliilc yon have
thnl opportunity of obtaining a true nnd
® ® fe^ Likeness
And a neatly finished picture. ,1. II.
Stormerisa proficient workman in his
productions uf art, and guarantees por
feet- suliifiidion.  Cabinets only $.">.i«).
California Gallery, Midway, B. C.
J. W, REED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work iVaiTiinteii.     o,V'in
A CARD.
1 hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers of Greenwood City
lots, that I am, ami have been
for some time past, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloops.
I desire to make known this
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
in lhe above townsite
R. V/OOD.
Greenwood Cily, li. ('., May is, 1808,
la IlieCt'litinlTiiwiiJinilSupply I'ninl of llieHniimliirv
Cteek Mining Cntiips, From 1 his New Town ronds
lend to thu
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, While and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.   H
l\
Uls nro Selling Finely mul are it (I I Investment,
For Price of Lota anil Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD
litTianv I City, Boiniil'.ry (i la. II. ('.
Or Apply In Agcnls,
C. F. Costekton, Vernon, I'.. C.
A. I)  Hi'knett, Spokane, Wash.
A,  K. Stuai'T,  Vancouver,  li. ('.    M
VV. B. PAXC
..FURNITURE., j
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HOTEL KALEMALKA
-  -  -   VERNON, I: <'.   -  -  -
PADMORE & PEEKS    -    -    -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
GKHO.  EE.  ffilPXMOfXFlUE,
BLACKSMITH   AND   WKEELWMGIf*.
HORSESHOEING   AND  G^NSRAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C. THE FASHION
FEED - LJVEpy - /p - 5/\LE - SABLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on band Good Single and  Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
THE.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
We have jusl opened Ibe above hotel at (ireeuwooil Cily, nn.l aie prepared
to welcome guests ami proviile (rood accommodation, Good Catering. Firsl
class Livery Sial.le.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
XULTML'S   HOKHT   HOTEL.
LUMBY, H.C.
First-Glass Accommodation forGuests, Good Hunting and Fishing
.Stages to Vernon anil Mine Springs,
IlO-ULlS   Tffl.<0_?£_____l,, 3PlPC5^>.
ORO DENORO BONDED TO ROSS THOMPSON
By W. A. Corbcll for $32,000 The Claim Is
One of the Largest In Summit Camp.
The Or.. Deunrn, upon which a hond
has just heen given, is owned liy VV.
A. Corbelt, who local.al llie claim in
the fall ot 1895. The claim lies in Summit camp, and is ihe northern extension of lbe Mountain Hose. The ore
I.inly is a tremendous one, although at
the same time not one solid hotly of
ore, as it is composed of a number of
veins intersper.'B.l with cnuntry
ruck, which constituting the formation
of lhe camp, consists principally of
granite and lime, 'llie cburacter of
the ore is very similar to Ihal fol.n.l in
tlle I'mimi claim, which is a copper
sulphide carrying gold antl a small
percentage of silver, The work done
hy the owner wus principally upnu Ibe
surface, taking the nature of open
crosscuts, to show the exlenl of the
veins, which nre traceable in nearly
every Instance some four or live hundred teel or mole, and varying from a
few to 10 and 20 feet iu width. The
character of Ihe bond given mny he
said to be nil her unique, as its provisions'-stipulate lhat on June 4
$100 he paid, ,1 iily 1 $200, August 4
$200, and $11X1 per mouth for 19mouths
following, and $30.0011 on or before Ihe
1st June, 1898.
The bond conveys the privilege lo
the party blinding—Mr. Hus. Thompson—of u.ining anil carrying away ore
tn nny amount, lhe nel proceeds, however tli be paid Mr. Corliell, lhe same
to form part of purchase money. Men
are to he put. to work nl once developing lbe properly, and before long no
doubt good accounts may he given
of the same,
 4 . 4	
OAKSON NOTES.
Tne addition lo lhe McLaren hotel
is Hearing completion and lhey expect
to move the saloon on lhe 1st prox,
Abe Hall, plasterer, is laid up wilh a
pel leg,
The people uf Carson purpose scattering out ou the 1st nnil libit, visit
sister villages.
Miss Nelson, daughter of Hon. (I. H.i
Nelson, arrived lion. .Spokane Ihis
week, and I un. Informed will remain
here.
The boys across lhe line al Foiuih uf
July creek met in mass meeting Inst
Thursday evening and formulated n
programme for a Fourth nf July celebration to lake place on Ibal tiny at
the town of Nelson, and judging from I
the length nf il lhey inlenil lhe affair
tu he a hummer, Already they are
working on tin* race track and parties
are after lbe liberty pole antl nre casting about, for a pig lo grease.
Our resilient nssny, r is kept busy assaying for lhe hoys, St.vend new
strikes ate reported, nml altogether
business of every kind bus a pleasing
outlook.
- - -"
Commercial job priming ut Tin:
Advancb,
Dominion Day
CELEBRATION!
AT-
ANACONDA
♦-><«.♦♦*♦
Wednesday, July 1, '98
Upwards of $200 to k Given Away
Horso Rasas, Foot Races
Ladies' Foot Race
And olher sports will lake place
A GRAND BALL
Al the new Hotel Anaconda will he
held in the evening, Fur lini her par-
ticularsand schedule of spoils
£»©©     F*2£3"b<B_?_3„
KERR BROS.
-—"Kl'TCHKRS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Moat dollvorod ul pjck Crook und ull liic
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr. r. d. Kerr.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -       -        Gosd Stabling,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G, O. SIIUk'SON, Prop.
PAIRVIEW, B. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STALLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
mwmtm\wmt-mmm~nmmsMmmrieti i%mnmin-i»ira—tnT\__j
W. DALRYMPLE
Grenox-al     EaacItKiEiltii
FAIRVIEW, M.l
T. ELLIOT
General - Merchant
Fairview, B. C.
Largest ani Best-Assopted M
Armstrong & Lauder
—-— i ■■ ■ m i—»—■— III i      •~*m-m--mmm+--M^mm-^--mmmm_mm-—m_w
The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda, B,il
I Sellj-***w-
Mi f I, ary sled runt,'.'*, wood cook n!oves, coal cook nlovrs. parlor stores, box itoretf
miner--' camp HtovtH, or uuy titovo you wsflt. silverware, gmniteware, crockery w»fe,
glfUr-f-rtftro, wooden ware, tinware of nil kinds, toilet Hot§. bnnl-tvnre of all kinds-
cutlery, forks and spooiiH, Daisy chimin, New Williams Bewing machines, wrinjerB
WfiHhing machines', window hIiiuIm.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
That were awarded [he gold modal iit llie Chicago World's fair In 1893.
Furnace Work,   Steam   and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron  Pipe and
Fittings.   General jobbing Shop in All Lines.
Wbal it costs to get a Quartz Frospecting Outfit
Ai W, .1. AimihIiiiiik's: One Hl-iiuli bellows complete, 1 40-poun.l anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 ili'ill hammer, I lilneksmilli's hum-
n,,-|., 1 18-Inch iltill (either ". I or one Inch), 1 HO-inch drill (either }, ji nr 1
imlil, all for llie Slim of $25, in iiiiyllii.ii; .'Ihi-u miner wants. Jessop's
steel only used iu drills. .Send your ensl, willi the order. If you are not
in lhe uily wiiil order fur (fwceries, ns it will lie Hlled. I will supply any-
ihhiK you « ani.
Armstrong k Lauder, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Hen, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Mies
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
fiUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
1-fficla.ell-as   Si   Benouf,* X-t-fbd.
Tlotorla.  XI.  O,
AGMCULTUML MACHINEBY.
soijK agents ran
Brantford § Binders § and ® Mowers
THK BEST IN THK MAHKI T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C. F. Costerton, .Ag-exi-fc.
-IN THE-
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a!   > F(J|_L   WEIGHT  AND   MEASURE  ASSURED.
Specialty.
TJb.ZSX.'1.
Sliowlnpr the Dutus ami Places of Courts
of AhhIzcNUI iyius Oyer mid Terminer nnd General Gaol Delivery for tlio
year 18JM!.
KI'HINI, A«U/,l';n.
Nuniiiiuo .... Tuesday, nth Mny
New Wosimisior ....Tiiewluy, l^iti May
Vaiicouvor Tuesday, tOtli May
Clinton Monday, 2,111) May
Viol orla Tuesday, 201 li May
Kamloopn  Monday, Isl June
Vornon Monday, Mli Juno
'Nelson Monday, l.itli June
'Donald Monday, 22nd Juno
'Special Assize.
TONES
HOUSE AND CAI^IvJIAC.K PAINTING
TTTTIT^ Plain and Decoratiw
Paper Hanging
KALSOMINING
JUUUUUUUUU
(IviukI Koi'liH iiiiiI Miilwny, B. C.
, Grand Forks, B. C.
M. F. raLQKB, PKOPIJIJSTOR.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
IST© C3xin.ese XHelp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable ln Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Firsl Class AiToiiiiuoiliition,  Good Stabling', Terminus of Stage Linn
from Miucus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.   '
Tie Kettle Rivep Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AND SIMPLE MtiTHOI)
nf mailing mtliihldc 'ii'i'i-, Mich ,is nickel,
OOppor, if"ild and -liver ores.   In   locnlllip«
wlicie leml oron and fut'lii orv nmvof audal-
iiiihi iinnttalnable.aui pvrllln, ivaior jnukolnd ,
MattoSmoltorhar Lieen reci'gnlml wifli hltfldy
MLiiffm-tfii') roRUlm,and li"* hnci, iii.-roiiKiilv ]
tented on mrimwpvHlie.-iulplil.leanilnrKnnltlc
ore", in ni|j;i'*i.\ ■ f 2i" o Luna of nro por day. j
ll In (lie inn i pmmical, <-li- ji i» ^', nn<l nlmplcHl
method of gold and silver nn' iiintllntrnndi'nn* j
eontraHnK llial Ia known lo*day,
It roquirfl* no extraordinary nkill, nn lend
ores, nn ilmim: inalorial, nnil no fuel 'if nnv
kind for tho Biiioltor after it is ntcrled. Tho
Blllphur in tin! ore is IIh wilnial fuel only, nnd
[tn coal haa no oompariHoti wiih any othor pro*
eoiwof concontraling
We are prepared "i furnish nny <hc or capacity plant oompleto to substantial mining
jiciple, set il up nn.l furnish mir moil in run il
fm-them on easy payments, I'i ices mid Rpoelfl-
calloilH fnrnislicii wilh references ,-tnil lORLl*
in.minis on application.
National Ore & Reduction Co.
57,30 Cheltenham Avonue, st, Louis, Mo,
Manufacturers of Furnaces
~VOll~
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver ancl Lead
RESERVE.
KOOTBKAV AMI VAI.'I DISTRICT.
NnTICRblicniliy given tlml, In num ico
'if Illll |ir.lVl»ll.HH ..f III'' "I lllllllllllll .111.1
Wutorn l(nllmi). Hulnlih Acl, HM," llio lands
-an, I win ho following I ml,a a- nro
roiioi'voil from puloor in'o-cniiiilnii, .ina
I'.IIIIIIIOIlcllllI   III     '
Towm  laik'ln
ivliii-li Iniilan fl -Hi niai ooriior of III.
graiiicil In tin* Xi-lwin mill Korl Slioonnnl laal
irai i.i.iii|iiin.v hy Crown graiil ilninl 8th March,
I.*!.'.; thonoo .la   norlh 22 iiiilon, llionoo ilur
ni'-l --.11111..^, Ihi'iiri'ilur .iiiulli 11 ml ra. il	
.Ini'.'111.1 la 111II1 a, thonco llllO anulli 111 milaa
11 ilur la-i IS inilia, moro nr Iihm in ilu-
if IiohIiihIiK; i.Ijii llml nnrllon nf inml
Pi'dspetors' Livery, Feed and Sale
Grand Forks, Ii. O., Below the Ilridjfe.
Livery Teems, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Crain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a Specialty.
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Fokfi
on Fridays, at 6 p. m,
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FRES AND EXPRESS CHRGES   RE SONABLE.
M. MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Grand Forks, B. C
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAItSON, KKIT 1,1! ItlVEIt,  II. C.
Situate in tbe Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Greek Mines.
KSTAHI.ISIIKI)   L8S3.
SSEfMAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
mi:m 1.;<:■•; itakm," ! First-class accommodation for the Traveling: Public.  Stage Lines
-   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   !   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROPRIETORS.
LADNER'S,
■'     "        !    ':    ' "' Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMENTAL TRMBS,  PLANTS AND VINES,
Semi for Free Catalogue.   '   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
co r.if lilni'k li. Ihonco il us, in mil,.
Iliiai.a. illll'anlllll  In  llu*  llilan.illiMail l.nllnl.
Ri'yithonoa wunl iilona snid li'iiiiiilnrv IU mill's.
llionoo nnrili in ilia iilnooof hoglniiini-,
1IK11, 11. MAI.TIN,
liiil'f t'lllllllliaaii.il,T if l.iiliilaniiil Wnrk',
I.III11I-lllld W'nl'lia ll..|ini.|ii||.|il,
Viianrin, H, C, 7lli Mny, ISM, 11
.      -
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Slttlngti of tho County Comi of Ynle ivill he
liolilon im follows:
Al Miilwny, .Inly I.",, IHIin.
At INny.iiiB, July IS, 1800,
At ihe Inni" nf olevon o'clock io lho foronoon
llj .iiiiiiiiiinil. ('. A. It. I.AJIIIl.V,
(invi'l'lilniail OIHco, Ofloyooa, II, ('. ('.
May Slli. 1806, 11
Ha-Ho, to tie Boundary Creek Mines!
 TIIK GRAND FORKS, MARCUS AND MIDWAY	
SS"t£L§~e   aum-cl   Express   Xiine
lliina Ilti w 1 M u-iaiaiinil (Iruiiii forks dally, leaving Marcus nml Grand Korks ut 7 a. 111.
Leavos Grand r'orkH fnr '.Miih.ny, Mondays, Wednesdays and HVtdnyH at 7 11. 111.
Loaros Midway for Grand forks and Maroii8,iTiiosday6,!Thiir8ilaj's and Saturdays. 7 a. in.
GOOD  STACIE8
KEASONABLB   BATES
Imi   y
MANLEY it AVEH1U, PH01>(iIETOUS
GRAND FORKS, 13, 0,
VERNON LIVERY. PEED AND SALE STABIES
Gooil single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.   Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
W. Gardner, Proprietor.

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