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Vol. IX, No. 20.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEUER 12, 1898.
2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M. D„ C. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
FFICE     :     :     :     GREENWOOD CITY
G
ERALD WILLIAMS, M.D., CM.
VEItNON, II. C.
Lath of
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Mno,
QR. WHITE,  '
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
J
P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Midway, B. C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Cou-t of B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
Vkiinon, B. C.
J   MONTEITH
Notary Public, etc,
Faibvieiv, B. 0.
IJ   S. CAYLEY,
BARRISTER ANO SOLICITOR.
Grand Few's, B. 0.
W.T. SHATFORD & Co.
General
Merchants.
We carry the largest and
best assorted stock in this
section of the district and
sell at prices to suit the
times.   .   .   .
NEW POOPS CONSTANTLY
AHRIVINO, SEND FOR I'll ICFS
I^en*err|ber
WE ARE AGENTS FOR McCLARY'S FAHOUS STOVES.
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fait view, Camp McKinney, Vernon   nnd Slocan Oily.
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to companies  nnil  llu*  cninpanles to
driblets beneath   the    leaden  hall.
Finally tiiey broke und Hod, leaving
tliilii'l.l white wilh the jililmli-clad
corpses, which like a snowdrift dotted
the spot,
  At 11:16the sirdar ordered an ml-
,it....    .,,,.,:., 1  , vuiii'i' iiiiiI uur whole force in line
After a fearful battle In the open, In   ,       ., , , .,
,.,„..  ., ,        ,   _     ,. drove the  si'iilli'i-i'd  li'innnn ul  tin*
which thousands    of   Dervishes
vengingijOPuOfl's Death
Account of llie ureal struggle in the
Soudan.
were slaln.thc Anglo* Egyptaln
forces march on toOitidurin-
an and Khartoum.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Misixo Broker,
Notary Puhlic, Etc.
Barnard Ave., Vernon, B. C,
I    K.JOHNSON,
Qenoral Oollooting nnd   Insumiine  Agent.
Mlnoral ClniiUH Bnwlit nnd  Snlil.   Notary
Public,
OUAXn   FORKS  II. ('.
PORBESM. KISIIBY, l'.L.S.,
A.M.O.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER   AND  SURVEYOR.
Notaky Public.
Midway, 11. 0,
Rickard f.Beneraian & Co.
MIDWAY, h.c.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING  B   F
FIRE, LIFE
CIDENI I
 MILLS AT VERNON, B. C ■ ■ ■
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad by tha only Plansifter mill in the Province.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
See That Each Sack Is Marked
-: R. P. I'iieU Go, Ml, FnprMws, Vietora. B. C.
Oood accommodation atthe
HOTEL PENTICTON f
g  Pos	
t)       Travelers, Commercial men, Mining' men
v*                         and Sportsmen.
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fm* Into tliu desert, uur cavalry cutting
nil' their retreat to Oindiiriiiiin.
Aiiiong the chief Incidents uf tin*
battle was a lirillant charge hy lho
— Twenty-first lancers, under Llijutcn-
Fnnn Onidurniiiii, ului'li is situated nutColonel Martin. Galloping dnwn
nn Um banks nf lho Nils* opposite on a doUichodbtidydf the enemy they
Kliiiilihiiii, ;i dispatch was sonl on found the Dervish swordsmen massed
Sept, 2, giving il detailed account uf behind and won* forced to charge
the fearful struggle which took place home against great odds, The lancers
thai day between the Anglo-Egyptaln [ charged through and kept, tlio Dervish
forces and lho Dervishes undei the horde at bay. Lieutenant (ircnfcll,
Khalifa,  The despatch says: nephew of Sir Francis Gronfelt, was
Tbo sirdar, General Herbert Kitch-j killed, four other officers were wound-
oner, with the, khalifa black standard | od, 21 men were killed nud 20 wounded,
captured during tin* battle, entered The Egyptian cavalry wen* inclose
Oniilurniau, lbe capital of Mahdlain, fighting throughout with the Baggara
at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the head horsemen. Foi' a short period tbo
of the Anglo-Egyptian column, afler i enemy captured and held Hie gun hut
completely rouitng the Dervishes and (it was brilliantly retaken,
dealing a death blow to Mahdiain.       j   Thu heroic bravery of tlie Dervishes
Roughly, our losses were 200, while evoked universal admiration, Time
thousands of the Dervishes were killed j after thou their dispersed nnil broken
and woiinded. Lust night lhe Anglo-1 forces reformed nnd hurled themselves
Egyptain army encamped at Agnize, I upon the Auglo-Egyptalns, their emirs
eight miles from Omdnrnian, The conspicuously leading and spurning
Dervishes was three miles distant At death, Even when wounded and in
dawn the cavalry patrolling toward death* agonies they raised themselves
Ouidurman discovered the enemy ad- to lire a last shot
vancuig to the attack hi battle array,
chanting war songs, Their front consisted of infantry and cavalry, strotoh-
od out for three or four miles, Countless banners Buttered over their
masses nnd their copper nnd brass,-
drums resounded through the ranks' eipli-s. Al present the cily clerk seems
uf the savage warriors who advanced '-to he llu* whole show and isappiirenlly
unswervingly with nil their old time f rminliiK fhlitgs lo
ardor. Our infantry formed outside | mi}"f "P ll>
thu cainp,   On the left were   lhe First
 4 * 4 ■
A Nice State of Affairs,
ii i.s abniil linie the cily dinncil begun doing I.usiness on   liusiness  priii-
aiil   himself,     He
minutes of the meetings
iiiul lhe council approves them without
(|uesiinu, while as a ninller uf fact it is
uu uncommon thing to see,   either
Ihr nigh the clerk's carelessnessoi|soine
ulher reason, lliese records uf ihe pro-
coedings so twisted that un outsider
ivould nni recognize Ihem, The Miner
Is In a posilion  In  siuuv   llial  things
Highlanders and the First battalion I have bi-en recorded ns hnving passed
Liueohishireregiment,  with  Maxims! the council which, although discussed
worked by a detachment of Hie royal'nnd very   favorably  considered  were
artillery under Major  Williams.    On i "ever even brought before the council,
| while ill dihi'i  eases matters whieh
illy passed bnve boen  entitly
battalion of Northumberland fusih
the Second battalion Lancashire
fuslleers nnd the First battalion grenadier guards with the Maxim battery,
manned by the Royal Irish fuslleers.
In the center were the First battalion
Warwickshire, First battalion Cninei
(• Terminus of stage     \
(I   lines from ""'
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J
OHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. C, A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation rrojeots, Engineering and Survoy
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kottlo River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
G. A. GUBSB, M. A. II. A. Guubs, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly familiar with Knlrvlcw and
Boundary Creok Mlnoral Proportion, Properties I'lxiuninod. Assnys suid Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
ciuaavwooii, n, c.
M. 1IAB1U.TT. (1. T. 11011080*,'
BOUNDARY  CBEJCK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Greenwood City, B. O.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance wil li the Kottlo
Illver anil Boundary Crook Mining
Dlslriol.
Fuirview,
Osoyoos,
OrovlUo, Wash.
-AND-
: Ciunp McKinney,
Midway, Greenwood, **•)
Onrson, Grand Forks, 7.
and Marcus, Wash. **>U
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(• W, C. HAYWOOD    -     -     -    W. L LEONARD, ft)
(ft I'roprietoi'B, Penticton, B. C. «\
(•af/^A^S^'S'S^^-M'S-M^^M'A*
O.K. Flour.
Oixa? Hour has the name of being the 3ES©S"fc
all-round Hour on the market, try it and you will not use other
brands, Our shareholdersgrow the wheatand we grind the
llour with the latest inproved milling machinery,
OUR brands are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, all bags marked
"(). K,," and to be had at all the leading dealers from Penticton
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong-, H, C.
M. McCttaig-.
S. Larsen.
TM RIVERSIDE  HOTEL,
Is situated lit Ruck Creek, B.C., on lhe main mute of travel
hetween Penticton 'Mid all Boundary Crook pniiils. Stopping
place fur staged,
GOOD FISHING   -   GOOD HUNTING,
BEST OF ACCOMMODATION.
McCUAlG & LARSEN, Proi-riktors.
our right were Llic Sutidnuesobiigndes,
commanded hy general Maxwell and | •Vl'1'1' 'w
tleneral  McDonald,     The Egjptian "milled from the records,  This is -he
brigades held the reserves and both c l'il'a faiill just  as much as ihu
Hunks were   supported by   J|axiui.i clcikV for il is nn nctunl fact, that ina
Nordenfeid batteries, than one-half Ihe business trnnsacted
At, 7:20 a. in. tin* enemy crowded the hy tiie euuncil is legal. Many motions
riiigesabove the camp and advanced\im llass"1' »'iihniil helng seconded,
steadily in envolophig formation,       i moie nn* mnde, seconded and declined
At 7:1(1 our artillery   opened fire passed without, heing voted  upon; ihe
whicli was answered by the Dervish
riflemen, Their attack developed mi
our left and in accordance with their
traditional tactics thoy swept down
the lli lsiile wilh the design of rushing
favorite method of all is lu discuss a
ntnl I el-alii ml three  times as  lung us
necesBiiry, and then the mayor will
say, "Yes, I guess we'd bei I or ilu thai,"
mid down il, goes in  lbe minutes as
our flank.     Uut  the  withering  lire I having passed the council.   There in nu
maintained fur 15 tniniil.es by all our l™'1^* I'm' such sllp-shral   methods,
lines frustrated the attempt nnd the
Dervishes, balked, swept inward mu
center, upon wliieli they concentrated
a (lerce attack,
A large force of horsemen, trying 1
The municipal acl sols fuiirth rules fur
Ihe legal transaction of council busi.
ness, Until these rules are followed
and every motion reduced tu writing
hefore being brought before the council
face a continuous hall of ballots fnnn I ihe cily will never be able lu have a re-
the Cameron Highlanders, the Lin-1 liable ceroid of its proceedings, The
colnshiro regiment and the Soudanese;: •ShOOO signment. mailer which made
was literally swept nwny.leading tol lie1 so lunch I rouble fur  tlle cily recenlly
withdrawal of tin tin* body, whose I should have been a seven* enough Iur-
dead strewed the Held, son to make the council  more careful
Tin* bravery  of the  Dervishes  cnn ; in tlle future. -Grand Forks Miner,
hardly bo overstated,  Those whocnr-
rlod llu* tings struggled   within   a
hundred yards of uur lighting line, Boundry Creek Exhibit.
When the Dervishes withdrew behind The specimens of Buundary Oreek
llu* ridge in I'ni.ii of tholr ciunp the ore, taken lo Spukane Inst year uud
whole force inarcheil in echelrn bat- there placed on exhibition al the Fruil
tnllons toward Oindilrmaii, Pair, have been remnved io Omaha
When our troops Biir tinted the and are now in posilion in the mineral
■rests, the Soudanese on lbe right secllon {of lhe greal Trims-Mississippi
caiiio to attack those who had reform- and [nleriialioiial   Uxposlilnn,    Tin*
id tinder tho i ky eminence and had exhibit Is under the care of Mr, I,.  K.
massed around the black standard of Armstrong one of the Washington
the khallftt in order to make asupromo Slate Mineral   Commissioners,   nnd
elt'ort to retrieve the fortunes of the Secretary °' the si , ami he  lu a
ilny.    A  muss  16,000   strong    boro recent eominiiiilcalion whieh 18 given
down mi    lb"   Soudanese.      (Jen*  hereunder suys as follows:
end Kitchener sivung round the centre Oniaha, Neb,, August Slst, 181)8,
il left the Soudanese and  seized the , To lhe Editor of llu* ADVANCE,
rocky emiiu'iice and the  Egyptalns, Midway, B, C,
hitherto in reserve, Joining the firing Kindly annnunce llirinigh ilu*
minutes and before the jcoltminsnf your valuable paper tbat,
Dorviabes could drive their attack space has been secured and we have on
homo, tiie flower of the khalifa's army exhibit here, next to the Washington
was cauglil in a depression and within  exhiliit, such ores ns were on exhibit at
n zone of withering crossllre from thi  the Spokane Fruit Fair Inst nultiiuiind
brigades, willi the attendaut artillery.: beg that,ynu urge ibe properly owners
The devoted multilists Btruvo herolcal-! lo keep me advised of new sirikcs and
ly to make beadtvay, but every rush development that I may inure Intel-
was stopped, while llieir main budy ligently explain Hi visitors the Intcst
wns literally mown down by a sustain- mineral development of your region,
ed deadly cross-fire
Defiantly the   Dervishes   planted
thi'irsliindiii'ds mul tlieil beside Ihem.
Their dome musses gradually melted Neb,
Yours very respectfully,
I,, k, Armstrong,
Mining Building Exposition, Omaha, Till:  ADVAXCU
Midway, B. ('., September 12, t8tl8.
ThE ADVANCE.       I    our Ottawa letter
W. II. N'onillS I'Moi'iiiBTon
I'ulili-lii'ii  weekly   al   Midway,   II. c.
Subscription Price, 82.00 per suuintn, payable
hi advance, Btllier'yesirlj' or liulf-yesi .
option of tho subscriber,
Ailvcrtising Hates senl nn iii.iilii'itl
Tl 	
nlv.
Mil III.i,I,
  MINING   MOTES.
Mr. ('ni)ioi'tin has men  al   work  on
Ottawa, Sept. 3rd, ISE     his Fontetlny clalin  In Oamp McKlu-
Iodrn'ALIHtic IiiAOlNATloK.-Thode- iiey, pi'ospecllng ill" gn il fur the
liberate attempts in certain quarters new fnuioiis  vYiili'iioti ledge, ehlchl
.,,,.  ,..       ,                 ,.   ..               to prejudice the people  towards  the  bus recently been shown lo be so rich
Advertising Hates sent on application.                      , . ,
though llie_column, of Tiik Adyanui aro proceedings ul the Quel (,'oulcroneo,  m visible gold, and ivhleh ledgu cnn he
''^i|»irinm','Vcile'iinn.',1'which were lirii*lly ivlerri'd lu iii these traced wllhln    11 few    feel    of   the
iy Jf tho opinions expressed, letters last week, have continued un- Funieuny Bide line,    Even   wilhoul
i in.rai.itiil iuu in-i. will mil l.u l   ,   ,   ,        , , ,-,.,.,,,,,',,. . „
abated, and every  variety ul  foolish Ibis ledge the I lenaylsn  fine pro-
I rumor that the iugonuity of man can perly, but Willi ll of course its value
devise,have been scattered uvor the would beenhniiced. and Iherefnre Mr.
face uf the earth, Of course the Cameron's eniieavuur lu llml ll is cer-
journals thai have1 senl 11j<■ ii- re- liilnly lo be cniiuni'iifled.
presentatives tothe Ancienl Capital, Messrs.R Siiiurland John Meyeis
and are keeping them there al some nre at work on ilia Bullion clalin,
expense, expect a return for the out- Ultunipd in Greenwood  camp.    They
lay, in the form of a good readable h nd doing th  years assessment
copy, but this introduction of a species Li lhe cluim ami Ihen il' lhe ledge
ol' "ji*IIiiw" journalism into (JnniuliiIvhutvtiup well wmk will ptolmbly he
j should  nol   In* encouraged,      As  a Liutinned,
  matter of fact-the Commissioners have     M,,s,.s  ,,„,,.,  „„„„;,,„ llnd ,,., „
very properly decided to maintain the \MmyA h,m, „ ,„,„  „, W(„,k
—-^— ""'M  "i'S"1'"" ""''"'''' '"   le"Sl   '" "I  !l'"'k  Ofek. ""  their claim il.e
Mine 11 is „„„ manag, rs ,,„,„,  t^tr glted" tlfe.Z' "St! ''"'   ^ " ' ■ • """"* "*'!""
-&
: : A em— in litis gunco bull*
: a-utssilmijina-auliMi-iiitism
: :Ui lliis puper lm-. ai In il
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER li 18118
EIHTOHIAI,  NOTES.
within n leller piibllalunl in naoihe
column of ihi- Issue, and send lo Mi
Armstrong who is in charge of lb
mineral exbll it, at Oinaho, nil lb
Information pussilile,
At the lnsl meeting of lhe proviiu ini
,it, and views expressed, al  the f*'-'"-] in lho miU.ee i.f iIHvIiir a  lm I on
fnreiice board are guess work on the
part, of hnaginativi ri'iispondouts
lhe vein.
Messrs,,I. C. Haas nnd G, R, Nsden
have snme men at work on I heir claim
till' Red Unci;, which Ibey recently
I purchased from Mr. M. II. Kane. The
| Red Rock is situated  iu Greenwnod
and as such are worth much or tittle
according to the reader's fancy.
The Canadian   Bislky.—Tho in-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       iiugiii'.'il iilioot iiii llie   new   Dominion
Legislnl lire provision was made f<n- lhe I ittnguB tit Rockclilfe lias been the event
(•realism   ol  a   sepiirale   guvorunienl  „f the  week  in   military  nni!  social i1'"1"'1,
ngency fur lha southern porlion uf ibe . ,.i,r|,-s here, and it is satisfactory to j   ll is saitl lll:" lh" '"""'>' reU"'nfl "'""
Yale district, the agency to be known  learn licit.from l,t. CoI.iliittuiitlsOnew 11'"'"1'1' taken from   the  ledge  wblcl
as the Osoyn.is—Keltle River agency, general officer Commanding, down to
Although   ns   slated  provision wns the youngest competitor,   everyone
niinle for 1.1)1)1,  yel   ns   far  us    we hus exprusseii;uu(iuiilifli'il approval  of
are aware, nuiin'ng furllier has been the site and all the details of arrunge-
di'iis. in ilu* iiiiiii. r, mul ilia biisinessof ments,   The selection   of :: suitable
lhe dlslrlcl is being irniiMii'ii-dihi'iiugh spot fur the "Canadian Bisley" was m
Ihe Vei mm  ufflce,    As  lhe  revenue easy matter but the universal verdict,
of the O.uiynus—Kellle  River disi rlcl of approval ivhh.li has  resulted   from
Is almosl equal lo that of I he Okanogan  the experience of  the  firsl   annual
districl, even without Inking inlo con- meeting ou tho new grounds, is a cuin-
slderaliuu Hie Minis nf money del ived plete endorsation of tho decision of lhe i The paymaster is owned by Mr, il, S,
from lha-ah-nf lm.il. ii  uill be seen  Minister'of Militia, Uon. Lt. Col. Bur-1 Graham of Spokane, whn also owns6
that a lieein.il y exisis I'm-   ilu-  equip   den, wlm is making il  interesting for lor (lot her properties in Ihesnmecninp,
ment  of ihe Osuyoos-Kel I le  Rivet   those who ridiculed the idea of placing  Wnrk will be continued on the  tunnel
agent y, so ihul   lie.  public  may  be j a, physician at the head of the  depart- until it strikes Ihe ledge,  which  it  is
convenlencid, by being lin.iit.lii   more jmetit of Militia and Defense, intended to crosscut.
closely into lunch uiih local govern-    Cheap atthe Price.- II' lbe est-i-    ,   . ,,     „   ,
 ,, I i , ■    , ,. i s reported n a Spokane journnl
inenl olllclals. mate of the Postmaster General uroves I ,     ,, ,,      ', '!„   ,.
that Mr. James Mouoznimi will dis-
puso of Ids entile interest in lbe Curi
1 in" tn ibe nuw company .vliich
was recently cut lhrough by the
Inline! mi lbe Gnlcuudii claim in
Smith's camp, mul which is mis' nf n
group of six owned by Ihe Hon. (I. 1*1.
Foster nf Ollnwn anil Mr .1. ('. Hans
of Greenwood, gave over 1,1111 a ton in
The tunnel on the Pnyuiiisler claim
which is situated in Grahams camp
near .Midway, is now in about  It" feel
THE BEST -:-
Jfifj, none tboo grccodL
■mi
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Kit
7 New Gooils Added To My Already Complete Stock.
. . . DELICACIES . . .
Bonoless   Clilcl«*n   In I lb. Cans.     Lobsters in 2 lb. cans.
"        Turkey *'     " Shrimps Bnratnra in lib. cans,
"        Duck "     " English Brawn in 2 Ib. cans.
Chicken Soup in 2 Ib. enns. Sardines, Imported nnd Domestic
. . . Sauces and Condiments . . .
Illnsliriinni gotchlip, 1 pis. furry l'liwsler
Mnngo Oliutncy, 1 pis. Culory Suit
Black IVnliinls Pickled, pints Mixed Horso Radish mul Jluslarsl
Spanish Olh Q8 I'l'i'iiuli Mustard
I'it'liliiit,' Bploos,
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lili
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Aiuillii'i'Ciii
. . . Coffees and Teas . . .
ligament'of tin; "l-'iinnins" "Mocca" ''Damascus" ntnl "Cairo
CojfocB and Now Bonsonn Raw La's Thia,
JMcJMIGOL, - MidWay.
if
V»s 'HA
AsdlSl'ltWd hy ihf h'jiriiks   ol'   lhe
Gi'hdJ Fotkfi Mfii'M' Vi I.i h uuiy he rmhi
matt1 nf ihr Post master Gonoral provi
;it .-ill annriiic lin'i-c wiil hot *»■ "vr
au iUi]r,\'i'i;i;i!.' (Illicit in liis depar!
nn'tit,as u i-1'.-.ii:. nf  ihc  rciluci
in another ('((liinin,  iiiimk'U»il iittuii*       . , .      liasbetm formi-ilt" acniuru llic ('iin-
.  .       ,   . .        , . nci'ial nnstaue talc,   In   ;tu interview  , ,    ,.        .... ,•
aru licinjjaumtnisU'iri   m an  execer* ,. ,,        ..        ,,    ,    ,   ntio and other aujoinmn properties,
■ ■ HARDWARE • ■
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers in SlielfandHeavy Harilwaj'e.
[UM1S,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing' Tinsmiths mid Plumbers :-
*&»»&&9m9»»m9»9»&99&9»»&»m9f&&9fmi
ti./
able milliner hy llu Oiaud Furks city
t'OIUIt'il, III I'nt'l il Hnillii aieiii il.i,I
llulllcrs hnvc re;,. In (I -an ll a sln^e
that it, is iuii|tt('Slioiiahly the duty ui
llu* gnvi'i'iiiuenl to look inin lhe
null I it. Tliere is all llie uu
for the governuienl  to iln
upon his arrival home from  England,
Mr. Unlock is reported to have saidj^
Ibal s'vs'ii should lh.' reduction  nol be
i I'm- lliis report bus  not  lieen  con-
Iriuod but there is every possibility
I.l eii I,', l
Hail :l n: (rue.
in II
Viler allowing bis properties which
'•iiu.iitsliii Copper camp to lie idle
my coiupensating mereas
e ol' oori'iwpoudence, th
iiiallor,  There is nil ihe mm',. mll  UI an "tluni i'iO.C'a) ayean adding, that b»'several years.Mr.D.O.Corbin has al
,   „     , '■"'"- Euehalosswouitlinuowavouibarrats lastdecidel to develop them, and with
uial inih.. hrst msimii'i-the incorpor* L|,e Depnrtmi'iil I'm' tbe reforms mul this end in view has.placetl some men
atinn of Hie place «as bruughi  ahuul ,hi, mnmk,a,,',,, ,,,, ,,„ ,.ltely in. In work in, oneof the grnup, tile King
1 .gly by the   nt-rest some of .he (]v,|||(.|(1 |u(,        u    ,       ^ the oloinan.
nicmbersotihel,,,,* government hnd         f the Department,
111 tllelolMialls*   iiiii limiv,    viln   il    is       „„ nt-ntvvi.        .      I*
,    ,. ,       '    ■ lho sum of SoO.OOO is not a big prici
hnnlly lot. miiih   In  say   tleliiiernli'lv . ,,    ,,   , , ,  '   ,
ii,,,   , ,      ', ■ to pay lor the treuit nilous ndvaiitages
inisled lhe huuse wlien the quest imnf ,,  .   ,  -,      ,
..,,.'. llllll Will I'ealill  III till' Ml.-iili   and i-i nil
gl'linllng ii   manual al   Irniiilnze   uns
Wc solicit llic pain nuine cf ihc public,  and trust liy fair dea-
ino', and right prices, tn merit your confidence,
w®
,    ,.      ,       „  „ luorcial life nf the Empire, as the direct
iinileiibsfii-aioii.   Solar iislray weie ,  ,,     ,,       ,,              ,,
,        . ,     ,    ., oul.'nine nl   .Mr.   (unlocks successful
ii'cnibcrs of iln*   egsnlure   u ,  Ihul  ■      .,
i,i      ,.,                    , eilni'ls.   It does seem curious that our
ullli.nigh lbe lown   was  uicoinonilii „     ,      , „            .-,-•,   ,
,   .           , ,                       ,     ■, ultra loyal Conservative Inends hnvc
under a special acl, mul nm under  the ,.      ,   '        ,    ,       , -   ,   ,          ,, -
i,      , ,    . . IuiiiiiI sin -li   In  ob eel  to   in   luis
regular acl governing be fnriiinI on of ,    ..,        ,-   ,   ,         ,   ,-        ,.
..    ,.         .,.    , splendid  practical  ileniiinslration   ul
uiunicipalities wi11,in il:,, iiiuvinci'. u ,           ,
, Irue lovallv,
was soon seen Ilinl,  cuiiilitiuiis  ot   I be ,    ,-'     '          ...     ...    ,     ,
. ,          ,,      ,                     ,  ' A \ ai .uu,i<   I i:.\T Hook.- lu no
spechll ncl emilll mil be cuuip lei   will, r   i     ,-      -                        ,,
,,.,,.,.,,; pur o   lie  '.llipilr   is   Inine    bonngil
nnd iresh legisli n hnd In lie enacted ,. , „,      '   ,    ,.                 ,
,,,,,,,.               ,            , nni iiili'iigeui ,il cn mil   lieing  given
lo give In llic liuncbize a new lease of,    ,      .   ...    ,     , ,    ,. ,
,-,-       ,rl      ,       .        ,             ,            , In Ihese,elllllii'lli Vl'ln'ililelll    nl  lui'lll-
lile.    Iliisluivnig bein  il ,   ii   bus .           ,    ,            , .   '       ,           .    .
,„ i,            , i   ,                  , ng nml the teaching ami  practical
only ri'iisiiiinble to  mppuse  llml  lbs- ,B                      ,.               i        i      r
,,,,„            ,,     ,      ". i ennuis rn um nl   every    branch  ol
citizens would endeavour loeiirrv on .   „        ,,      ,,   ■    ,,
,,„,;,,,,.. ,   , '      ,  agr cn titrc,   in.iu llu-  null nls  to
niniiiclpal nifaiis  in  un  uiderlv  nud .,              ,         ,      .,,,,,.,,-
i .   -        ,.,                      ,             ' the iil'i--i iiih.-lliit'il lilel.anl,-, llie Ilelil la
business like manner,  bm  even  thi- ,                                ,     ,,,
,,, ,  |                 ,.       , covnrei nud the expenditure u   public
lhey do uol .seen, uiili- to ilo, nud such ,,     , ,                             .
i,,.,,    ,, ,         uu v Hr ins piirpu:-'!'  is un   invcst-
helng I he case, as wu have said hefoi-
j$_ otnee,
—+—
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership bit ween (leu..I.Slice-
bun and I*'. (Iwulkins hotel keepers,
Fairwiew, is dissolved by mutual con-
s.-ni. c. .1. Slieehan will pay nil lulls
mid will l'l'ceive ;iil moneys due the
ubove named linn.
Sheeban & (iwatkins.
Fairview, B.C., July 20,1898.
{flail orders receive cvr prompt attention.
c:i*-a-''-?': '""'"' -
ifiV^iW ,a|,,;"a-:; :.   J' ,
l^To-fclo©.
 «	
Cariboo Mining, Milling and Smelting Co.
Notice ol'stockholders' meeting.
...
Tl..' stockholders uf llu; Cariboo Mining,
Mllllim* & Hmeltlng Cnmnaiiy at-o horobv ro-
uiii'sii'il mniint nl ilii'uiili.i'iif llu* siii.l Coni-
tbe gnveriiiiienl should give the uinl let
their earnest iilleiil.imi.
ni.'ul biiliging spleasliil    return,   asfUrltUli Columbia,<
I i'ilni, MiliiiiiH-y. iu Hi
'   onlli
shown in the way in wblcl) iin- virions
.1   | anil.i rl      nl' ■    la. lli,are   mv   pl'O-
■——**  glassing uiui   imp,'inam.'.     Tbe  1I1U--I
The Nelson Tribune Says: recenl addition to ilm liai of excellent
The Culuiilnl suggests thai  n  rnynl text books in um   in tlie schools ami
ia iilesluti be appointed for ihe pin- lollogu Is ono on "Agriculture" from
p.,s,.(if iiM'criiiiuiiig ii lun ihe son-* ul I'l" I"11 "'  Ml'*  r- C, James, M, A,,
lieutenantgoverniii' Mclunes sold  in Ueputy Mtlilslni'uf Agrloiilturefoi'the
ex-premlei'Turner and  whal   ibe es-  Piovliii 'Ontario.   Tliu little broeh-
premier said lo lhe sons," un "■ «. i,.l. rfuily  coiupreltenslvo, its
We would suggesl  Ihal   lhe  people -"'  1'''':-'''   l'ovei'lli|     He'    following
of liiilish Colun,bin ur,, nol   a,,   nn.l   I ";■    utliel    Hllbjeets,    via.   "Tla'
it lei'i'Sleil in ii'biil   llie  si.lis  said,  a*- baaiil'. "Tin ,-:,'.". "Tlie dips of the
what the father dill,    lie removed Fl"h!"i  "The liiir , Orchard  and
funis bis pnsiiinn ii muu uin, a | h. Vineyard", "MvnStock nnil Darylng",
lb" way of the progress and prnspi illy "Uecs", "llll'ds", "Fori stry", "Bonds",
of lhe piovilice,   mel   lhe   p.. pie   me "Till   lllll'ill llllllie" etc,     The   tl'Xl    is
glial of ll,  Thul, shoiiltl be ai,llh,-ut lu lii'epared 111 ii slinplf Inttdliglhle style,
snllsfy anyone,  nnd  nu tlonbl  docs, possessing lhe esseiillals of  clearness
viib ilu* exception of   ihnse   who nudaccuiw;y,   'ilm placing of such
fealbored Iheir nisi al the expense of books in tin   Priivlneliil schuols Is a
Ih.-bnlnnieof ihe  people of British
Coliimbii
step ll -  i rlghl  direction,  ami  with
llie pI'll'C   III    :!,'l   ei-llla,   lllllll lands   nf
i*., Ii     ii. iiniiiil!- - llial theh' ivay inin lbe limiilsol i!,, gel eenl public.
Li Hung Chang. Tun [ntiiioacikhoi*' Finanuk, The
Thu grent   Chinese  statesi.inn  I.i (iover iiI'b llnanelal critics are still
Hung Chang has been dismissed f  badly tangled up In Hair Hguros,   A
power,   11 was ilnnc  in iiecnrdnnco fow days ago the; hnd |.be public debt
witli the demand  wliieli  tbe British Inrieusiiig atthe rate .1  i,-„"..iti:ii,i»iii n'
minister Sir Claud McDonald made on j in It, nnv, ,: ii $7, WI-yxKl In tliii'lutin
account of thu partiality of the great {mouths and In Uu uextcuhinin of the
Chinaman In Hussla, cuhiiiiiiiting In same piper :| ii'i',('01', a week, It would
Grout Britain being deprived of iln- alinust appear lhe pari of wisdom for
contract fnr tlio Peking-Hankow mil- Oppusil-ion llnanclera to bike ,-t few
rond by giving tho Pussn-Chlnese bank lessons in oli'inentai'y iirlllnuetic ;..
financial control of the road, fore I   kiln     inli bl|j   pirei
liii'.j nf
lb ilttv or
.,,  A. 11., isas. ui tlie liiiur nt 1 o'clock
p. in,, iif llml il.iv forlliopuroosnof voting tm
ihr nroposit Ion Io soil anil dispose of all. or any
perti,in, nf iliunssi'is, righls, poA'ors,privileges
unil I'niiii.liisi.a uf suid Company.
11.11. Mi'AI'bAY.
Socrotnry.
Notice of Assignment.
Pursuant to   the    "Creditor's
Trust Deeds Act."
NOTICK is lu'reliy given llnil Thomas Klliut.
nf I'nlrvlow, in tile Provinco ..f Brillsh
Columbia Morclinnt, 1ms, liy deed bcnrlngilnlo
Ili,"J!llInlin of Augll-I. K*. llsnlgllOll nil Ins
rent nnd personal proporty except as tlioraln
,u,-iili..ii.-il. In.Inlin I'i.-rt'V at N.i. Uill llt'li.',!.',-;
SI root ill the Oily of Victoria n iln* unil Province Morel i iiiul t'roderlck .A el line Patiliitu
el Ne' In Kings ltuiiil in theHiisl I'll)', Mi.'l'i'li-
n„, luiniii for tin purposo ..( paying anil
a-aiiaa-iiiK ralcnhly ur proportionatey, and
ii-Uliout prufiTciicoor priority, tho creilttore of
tho mill Plioiiiiu Elliot, thclrjast dolus,
Tlio mill .!.."! wns osonntod liy the snid
Tlinnins Klliol [lho iswilgiiorl nud llie wiiil.tnliu
I'i.ii'v iin.', r'redcriek Arthur Paulino (lho
lieeee ' nu tlu-'IMi'luvi.f August, 1808, unil
tlu'iisiisl imstci'Slinvu iiiidoi'tiiKon Hi-* traslB
,s,il- ,1 li. tbs'M'iil slued.
Ill noiwiiii having i'l.inns againsl Ilm snid
Tl uu. iciltnt innsl furmu.l nnu deliver to tho
-,.i.. iriislees nl inimlior is Vie.-, stroot,
Vlcliirln, B.C., full iiarlioiilnw of Iheir olalm",
duly I'orillesl, onorliofori llicatli duy of Dat,
el.t-i-, Isas   Allpi'i's'.ns iiiilelili'il In tlm -wild
Tlioiniw IClllol iiroi'oqiiirodtopaj ilu-ui nits
■Iuuliyllwm.lo llu. sui.l trustees for|nwllh.
After ll ii.l -'.Hi day of lli'tnber, I8W, llio
Ire-lei'--1,-illpruitieil In illsll'ilillli'Iiii'll-si;..** o
III.   Sllill   .-'ill.-  n ng   H.I'  li.-l'll."   I'Ul'll..
Ihnroto,havingrogni'il unly i" llic claim* "I
u-liii.-li Uin shall Iiiiiii liiivolm*] imllco.
Ontod the 211th day of Augiisb 18l«.
SUIIT1N&1.ANQLEV,
SJ Oovornineiil ab. Vlolnrln, B. 0.
soli. a..i (ortin*Trustoos'
'ii'   ,'..-^. ft... ■•:-■:-:   .'■•'-■-      :.:■...'
i^.-«ir"-sS«E---a-a.-'-'-*---ii»-— *-"
Grand Praiiie Hotel.
McI.AlyKN i;K;( )S,
GRIND PRAIRIE HOTEL
Carton, B. C.
N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-    l'liipiicUil's.
. K H r N
.■il  l \. iL._< L,-,.<  I %
^*
Is ilieCeiitrul Town iiiiiI Supply Point oftheBounduVy
Cieek Mining Uauips, From this New Town roads
lead lo tlm
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots nre Selling Freely mul nn* a tiood Investment,
For Price of Lots and Other Infni'inallnn, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, llouudary Creek, 11. ('.
Or Apply lu Agents,
C. F. Costkrton, Vernon, li. C,
A. K. Stuakt, Vancouver, 11. C Midway, B. C, September 12,
THFI ADVANCl!
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest .
Quickest and
Shortest Route
£
?
o
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, Now York and
All Eastern,r;European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN Lcuvcs pen-
tlctoti dally, except Sunday, making con*
noctions with trains al. Okanagan Landing for
Steamou* Jaunt-ton lo join main lino trains
oust and wont,
Through Tickols to and from tho Pacific Coast
to Eastorn anil European Points.
Equipment unflurposflod, combining palaMal
dining and. slcoplng oars, luxurious day coaches,
tourist and free colonist sleeping cars run on
all trains,
For Information ns to time, rates, etc., apply lo
S. L. Smith,     D. R. McElmon,
Agent, Ponticton. Agent. Greenwood, 11. C.
Or to E J. Coyle,
Dlst. Pass'v Agent, Vancouver.
-BTTXXiDXIXfcS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by fitjuriig, find out that
al! kiriils of
Bough -:- and Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Mis, ■ Etc.,
can he purchased at the
Brand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-tt***
li't,-e--n'ntxtn'n'ntntn<n-xtntntntntntn<xi
i $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
i l
i per load. i
\tnm&tntnyitnintntntntntntntntntntntni
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
S. A. IH k Ct
(Successors to R, N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Keep a First-Cliiss stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Epupt and Careful Attention
, GIVEN Til	
MAIL ORDERS.
POHTOKFK'K BOX  111.
FURNE8S& PARKINSON
XMjg  Architects and
____ Civil Engineers...
Financial,
l^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agents.
*■*»» VOTARtES PUBLIC.*}*.
 +.	
I aiiview Townsilo Agetite.
... AiimiEim...
FURNKS8& PABKIXSC) I,
FA1HVIEW, 11. C.
Correspotuieuui*. Solicited.
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
All Kinds of Work Kxeontoil to tho Satl
cation nf CtisUnnot"*,.
Favors Reciprocity.
Al a special meeting nf the Bo-ton
chatnliei' of commerce for the purpose
of considering ways nnd means lo
hring niiiiut closer trade relations with
Canada, resolutions were adopted to
tin' effect Hint the chamber reaffirm its
position it! set fourth In resolutions
adopted January 1,1898, in favor of re-
s'ipiiiciil trade relations between the
United Slates nnd Oanada and the
cnlony of Newfoundland, and asserting
thai, In I he opinion nf its memhers,
the commercial, manufacturing and
productive prosperily of ihin country
will be promoted hy lhe nearest practical approach tbat can he obtained to
I he establishment of complete reciprocal trade relations between tin* United
States, Oanada and Newfnnndlitnd.
Humid New York.
On Ilm Hid inst.. no less Ihnn CO
deaths occurred In Now Ynrk in one
dny, owing In Ihelerrlflc heal and the
humidity of the atmosphere, The
thermometer registered 82 degrees in
the shade, Beside those who died a
very large number were prostrated.
In contemplating the suffering of
the people of this city, the conclusion
must, lis arrived at that those who live
in a fine dry atmosphere like the one
enjoyed in this neighborhood, where
lhe therninometer can register over
100 degrees without causing any
amount of inconvenience lo anyone,
are greatly fiivmred and hnvc. much to
he thankful for,
l**or over a week the thermometer
ranged between III nnd 101 at, Midway
during the month just passed nnd yet
not it single prostration wits noted.
 ^,4	
England and Germany.
A repurl is in circulation to the effect
that n treaty of alllauce hits been signed between England and Germany, oi
at least an agreement looking to the
establishment ofa treaty.
It would seem Ibnl, the Imsis of lbe
alliance Is Ihe recognition of England
to Giii'iuniiy's claim on Hyria, a division
uf Asiatic Turkey which includes
Palestine, nnd which covers about
110,000square uiiles of territory and
contains a population of about2,760,000
people, while on the other hand Giv-
iniiny will place no lupedjuient'ln Ihe
way nf Grent Britain's acquisition by
purchase of Delagoa Bay from Portugal, nnd will also support Great,
Britain's cluim for the abolition of
tribunals in K,*ypt, It h also snid that
tin* treaty will provide for an offensive
nnd defensive alliance iii certain
eventualities,
 4+4 ■
Good Strike on the Golconda.
Recent, work done on the Golconda
one nf Ihe grnup of six claims in
Smith's camp, owned by Hon. George
E. Foster of Ottawa, and ,1, O. Haas,
M. E„ of Gret'iiwotf , hns given very
satisfactory results,as the tunnel which
was being run into the bill with the
object of crosscuttlng the ledge at a
point noi th east of the old shaft,, struck
the vein after going a distance of about
50 feet. At this point tiie vein was
found to be about 44 feit wide, but
nothing can now be snid ns to the
quality of the oreas assays have not
yet been completed. Samples taken
from the wall just before the vein was
reached gave $10 to Ihe ton in gold, to
by this an indication may lie hnd of lhe
richness of the ore ilself, which instill
claim is nf n vaiiel y known ns arsenical
pyrites, with quartz nnd copper
pyrites.
 ► t« .
The Dolphin Claim,
Arrangements are being perfected it,
is said, for tlie instillation of a 5 stump
mill ou the Dolphin claim which is
situated in Gamp McKinny and is
owned by Mr. C. A. 11. Lamhly of
Osoyoos and Mr. William Edwards nf
the above-named camp, lhe Dolphin
is one of the old locations of the camp,
nnd is shunted to (lie wesl of the
Em ceil, Dpnll il has been done n
considerable iimvii ni of work in Iho
form ofa shaft which was sunk on the
ore body, and alsu a tunnel which Is
being driven inlo the hill with the
object of cross-cutting tha ledge al a
considerable depth, This tunnel it is
eslininti'd will have to be driven nbout
another 40 feel before Ibe object for
which it was stni't.i'd is attained,
Assays from su tuples of ore taken at,
times from the shnfl, ns it was being
sunk gave returns which never fell
below $12 In gold to the ton, nnd as
the ore Is principally free milling, the
instillation of machinery for the working of the ore should prove a profitable
undertaking.
FortificalionsFor Halifax.
Halifax, N. ti., Sept. ti.-Ginirding
tin* approaches to this harbor areeigbl
fortifications, The most powerful of
lliese is York redoubt, The military
authorities have decided to add one
more to the nil in ber, and are negotiating for the purchase of property on
McNiil>'s island, where a fortification
equipped with huge guns ofllie mosl
modern lypo will be creeled,
...& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
-- AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, with-
outchange of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland      .
and Nelson. . .        ft£.
DAILY.
DOING N'HItTll, OOINO Slll'TlI
12i37n. in   MARCUS Ilil3n.ui.
Train leaving Marcus at 11:13a. m.
makes close connections al Spokane
wilh trains for iill
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connections at Nelson with
sli'iinihiiiiis for Kaslo and all Kootenay
Imke points.
Passengers for Kellle Kiver and
Boundary Greek connect at Marcus
with stage daily.
ROCK CPiEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK OREEK.
XX.   X>±±tioaa€Lari.eeXa,   IvrE-x-.
PlH8T*Cl,'8S   ACCOMMSIIIATIOS   FOR  GUKSTS.
GOOD STABLING
,t3"J!xcolloi'l FUlilug on Kettle Itivcr.jft
W. H. WEBB,
o^ Practical ^>
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
J_Z & jps&± ip ± ■%&._%
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
|*3F' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
\M  S. KEITH, M. E.,
ASSWER AND CHEMIST,
GREENWOOD, II. C.
WOrlt  PROMPTLY ANII CAREFULLY
ATTENDED 10.
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
Kirsl-Clnss Stabling,
ARMSTRONG B.C.
tf,<&%9»9»99»»9999&t)9b*
fli*' *ju
A      HENfiY CARn, O.E.E.M. Vjj
| HENRY C. CAHH.E. H 1
j| Assayer, jjj
f CHEMIST *t MINIMI   liNfllNHI-R, |
« FAIRVIEW, B. 0. «
I P
' Ht&ntitiH M«««e«e*8«*t*
(si)******** >«*«■«■♦♦♦*♦♦(§)
p y el
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER ST.,
Greenwood, B.C.
(Isiosl Tents, Plenty Material,
anil ,v> jeers experience to do
worli correctly.   .   *   ■
Ci)******** ************($)
Hjffii ****************** ********
HI Business Lots-^fe
5^3 Choice of good locations from $ i oo jSjjp
Mm upwards. ffll
$m Residence Lots_^*^ ffli
I'U**? £*if***l
fi&j Excellent   sites,   50x140 at $75; S_fi
y«s 75x120 .it $100. ^m
|H Garden Lots^^^ ffl
SjjK. Good soil; water   handy,     In y2 §&$
Bfita acre,   1 acre,    2^2 acre,  and 5 SjKJ
fm acre plots. |M
IMS Deferred payments if required. WW
U&& Liberal reduction for prompt building, ^§3
m The Midway Co., Ltd. W
g|s Midway, B, C.   -and -   Montreal, P. Q, Rj-gfl
Bob Hall's Stage Lin
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.     Passengers to
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables.
Ai   Penticton, B. C.
ilV R. S. HALL, Prop.
^"Iti ~*!"t
§■!„. -ji, .„   Jj.  j Its U|l
mymfifftftft
MH§ PIS
rob
;s
Now i.s the time to buy Summer
and Fall Clothing, a further
reduction in prices	
.. Down To
*,'*"S|"*.
»••*"*•$
a ..siJ.
■11 in
4* .i.|tt
il- <.•','
mm
SIS w*
fa-Si?
•SIM-IP-
ll    I'a.jif
it   *.H&
§£ljj In order to make room for our winter stuck lf|S
|e|| ofClotbingwe have decided to soil  what is • mm
ISjt left ul'slimmer nnd early fall clothing, AT Sfiat
|ii|| cost. Wo need the room and must sacrifice, fUjP;
a':'*'' om ,1,,,,'t  i„, ^i,,„- ,,,,,11 „t-„ 11,ic ,„„„,„i,.„;,,-  a
i'i
in..
lift
a2Ja-'lS:
•"eelS
__.ti
»ti. fl*
so don't bo slow and take this opportunity   .
to l't'plcmisli your wai'drouo,
to i'i
- ■..
if
-a,1
IA Full New    of..
* elMyiWIlMVflyryM^^^^^
Groceries arriving every day,   North I
west Creamery Butter in 2lb litis 1
nnil lib bricks.   California evapornt- *--_
,  ,,   ,, , , ,-. '       , it.- it „
ctl  fruits   nml berries,     Kippered ;,,„>>
lliiildii'siind Horring, Salmon bellies Hfftf
nml line while  Mackerel,   Morton's iii -;
assorted potted Meats, Honey   in fjfj
comb and in fact everything  in   llie iif
fancy and plain Grocery line. wHl
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s;s Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents fur.
nishing goods a full line.
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Practical House and Carriag
[Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and al! kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nasli - - Midway and Greenwood City.
1. P. FLOOD, Manager,
J. KERB, Secro tv
Tlie Kellle River Dressed Meat and Provision Co.
HAVE [ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD  CITY   GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in the towns named, and the
several mining camps of the district. THE ,U'V,\.\CE.
Miuway, h. o„ September 12,
mi The trade centre of the Grand M
S8S Prairie,    Kettle   river    and H
K Boundary creek mining and gffis
5^ agricultural country. ffl
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|§ the Boundary creek, Marcus |p
M and Reservation wagon roads, hs
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' il   Accident Insurance*..
J UES the best life insurance
IS contracts ir. the world. No
$ disappointment as to divi.
J dends. Everything Quaran-
teed in advance. Premium
rates, 15 to 25 per eenl less
ban those of old line Mutual companies.
ASSETS,
January ist, 1897, f.
$20,8p6,684,53 *
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LIABILITIES, . . 17,1)20,260.2 'ii
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JS nnili'i' ordinary coiidttloiii
IWIMNO DIVISION i
I
Ending September 7II1, 1898.
.MINKKAI. UII'VI'IUNH.
AUOUST 81
Butte, (fractional), Deadwood cnmp,
W..I. linn is.
BEl'TTMBEB 1.
Jupiter, Greenwood camp, T,
Roderick,
Three Macs, Skylnrk cnmp, 0. .1.
McArthur,
Guillen Iiiiii, (fractional), Skylnrk
eanip, i„ A.Smith,
BEITiaiDEB 8.
Leghorn, Smith's camp, II, ,1. Hom-
iiiiu.
HISI'TEMIIEH0.
Dixie, Deiid» I camp, li. Wood.
qliltTl ffl CITES 01-' WllUK.
AUGUST 81
Argn, U S. Gnllowny,
sei'temdeh 1,
Tain O'Siiniiiii', ['mil Meyers.
Moreen, (fraci ional), W. Dii.tnier,
SEl'TEMBEE 8.
Dinner Buakci, P. Williamson et al,
SEI'l'FMBEB 5.
No, ll, 8. W, Si rung ul al,
Nu, 15, F. Gome,
TRANSFERS,
SEPTEMB1SH 1.
Tain O'Shantet, all iiilerest,P. Meyer
in tl. It. Funic.
Peerless, all interest, P. Meyer to
C. H. Funic.
Golden Fleece, J interest, R. Wood
ioC. It. Funic anl W.MeVicar,
SEl'TKMBEU. 8,
Vicloiia, all inlerest, J. Stevens lo
.1. P, Graves,
Mayflower, Lillleiuay, W, ti. P.,
Argo, Leslie, Guld Drop, nil inleresi in
each, K. Fletcher to A, F. Thomas,
Dinner Bucket, J interest, F. Williamson to J. Cohnanand ,1. Oonrads.
SEPTEMBER 6.
Summit, J interest, F,  Vaughan to
T. Will'*.
SEPTEMBER 8,
Dynamo, 11-21 iusleiesl, 0. Haerlng
III A. I'l IT't Kill Illl.
Dynamo, 1-21 interest, G. F. Hodg
sun to A. Purlin nun,
RedRnck, all Interest, M.H, Kailetc
,!. 0, linns nnil G, R.Naden,
CERTIHOATE (Iff IMPROVEMENTS.
BEITUMBEH 5.
Aetna, 0. E, (limit.
- HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLENT-
Qeo J. Skeekar\
proprietor.
<< BOUNDARY FULLS HOTEL t>
*Z~011  Tl!08,   Wake iriSSS
*^**V'       PROPRIETOR-'     ly*^"
Tin* hotel is centrally Incmcd ami is a stopping place for stage
lines.    Good fishing in lhe vicinity.   Gooil stabling.
Meals will be served at all hours, the tallies being furnished with
the best,   A variety of the choicest, brands of liquors and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED t\T BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD, Proprietors.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnihgs.etc, All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.   Best material always in stock.
Sawmill us Okanagan Lake, Handy to Shipment, Sash and Door
Factory ox 0, P. R„ Vernon,
I - Jlidway Meat Market -1
* K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
IK iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.nl  jwwi 1 I..*-, ni iiiiiii Hnnil   .
* Loss of Siglit uf llnlli I'lyiia    . ....ni      boss of Lug nt or above l<
# Loss of Both Fool or Bolls Hands ifm , Loss of Left I land     .
$ Loa at Ono Hand nml Oni> Foot WHB      Low of fclito lsoot
% Pomvuiont Tnl nl Disability 1WJU .:  Loss of iilBlit of One l.J'o
td
$2,5(1    (11
2,50
«
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Ii'D ffl
. 6511  ffl
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ffl' Limits of Weekly   IiKlcii|iiity Spl,UOO. &
1 ' ®
§  AND, If such injuries nre sustained while rilling ns a passenger 111  q
*  any passenger conveyance using steam  cable,   or  electricity ns n «
motive power the ai ml tn be paid   shall beDODBLE the  stun Y
specified 111 the clause umler which the claim Is made, 4
t
Cost $52 ,\ yi'.ai;  'io Professional and  Business
Men,anii Commercial Travelers.
Other sums a> proportionate rates _^  ,
t W. IX. Mo^ss?!®,
f  AGENT FOH SOUTHERN HillTESlI COLUMHIA, MIDWAY 11. C.
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fa Carry a f uil stock at Vernon of...  th
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fa Brantford ( arriage ins Democrats,
fa Wagons, Buggies and Carts.
fa Masse*  Harris Binders.
fa Toronto ancl Brantford Mower
fa and I lay Rakes,
fa Olive Plow Co's Can:.;, Sulkey
fa and Walking Plows.
1
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REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY I
Agent at Vernon,
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Trouble in Crete.
Ottnea,Crete, Sept. II.- t'audia is be
inn hombni'ded, The Brilish troops,
which bnve been acting ns police since
Ihe Oreek war, are 'flghling tin
Mussulman!', Riots nre 111 progress
and fires are breaking out in various
purls nl llu* ciiy.
The -.lii'suliiiiiiisslnrtetl tint disturb
niice. Crowds of Ihem supposedly 1111-
iii-uii-il, assembled in ihe principal
square to protest.against lhe favoritism whicli lh. y allege the powers are
showing ihc Christians, They threaten
lu lniin tbe bouses nnd destroy the
properly uf 1 he clnisliiins.
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BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
-   - Bt«i*i**l£t*iGix-ias.fcon*' 0*1 tto-e 3-Jx-ema.iises
i[ Therefore Meals air'always fresh nnil sweet,.   Call nnil get a goodji
"I for dinner to-day.
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7 w®(m
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
,\ Bitting nf Una County Court of Yulo will lie
holdon
At Grand l'orln, on  Friday,  the 7th
ilny nl'(li'tsiliitr, tuns.
At tlio lioin- of 11 o'clock in the forenoon
Itvl'innmiili.l.
S. It. ALMOND,
(iovi.l'inni.nt lllllcn, ll 11. IMI.
Gnnd Forks, Sontmnbor fltli, I8B8
i_   nU'Hino run iiiHumnTiu *        ° ,   „_,, *, '_ A\
f        1(11 n ilIK. H.SCHULTZ/|
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nomas
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bj    .    i\ ,*'/'       Headquarters fo niining'rain
Hotel \4t   —L~—&—
^ IC** visiting1 the Christina  Lako
^\ ■_ —— —
OSCclCiQ   ' district^ Stop^igj]Ia,ce_ for
stag-es on  route'5 from
mint— wm*uI—— -mini  '-f  _m 1
cascade: city, b. c. s%
.
C.H.Thomas, Prop   s
Marcus to Boundary
Craek  points.
KSTAlliaadU'lD   LHsr'.l.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
•"'4i-''l>*J-'.'i.aa-«^.'Wlv«'ai»*BpivJlsl'i'a>.
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND OKNAMEMTATj TRKE8,  PLANTS AND VINES"
Send lor Free Catalogue.   I   E. Hutcherson, Manager,
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COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A siltliiL' iif the County Courl of Ynle will
lie holdon
At Fatrvlew, on OctoberISOi 1898.
At llli' Inni" of 11 o'clock 111 tlio forenoon.
By command,       C. A. II. LAMDLT,
'in'i'i'.ail'.i! (Illl .a. Ill lyoiw, 11. II. Ct:
August 27111 18118.
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We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will lie able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets        Chairs and Tables * Lounges,
=   =   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   =   =
ALL OF THE LATEST l>ATTERI*-!S ANI) OESIONS
ANO AT PRICES iVHICH WILL DEFY COMPETITON.
We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
T.M.Gulley& Go., Greenwood B.G.
GENERAL    MERCHANT
Fairview, 11. C.
IEADQUARTERS   for   Miners'
Supplies, Powder C-'ps Fuse.
Largest and best assorted stuck of GROCERIES, DRY
GOODS,   CLOTHING  and    BOOTS   and    SHOES,
rati lo"wes"fc   oit*.!Hj3ix ipardoesa.
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COUNTY
COURT
NOTICE.
A Kitting of tl
3 County Cour
I, of Vale will be
holdon
Al Midway on Monday llu* loth day of
Octoiier 1808,
At llie Imiir of II o'clock 'nil
e foronoon,
ID
Command,
W.U.
UcllYNN,
i.Yc.rniiit'iil UU!''
-, Midway, B,
ll.ll.C
lllh Jul)',
SOS,
THE.
m.t^narutvrtteimfimftilfifh.
EER- HOTEL
Greenwood Citv  Boundary Cheek, B, C.
Wt* have just opened Ihe above hotel at, Greehrrood City, anu are prepared
in welcome guests antl provide good accommodation. Good Catering. Firs
class Livery Stable,
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR Midway, B. 0„ 8eptemder12, 1888.
LOCAL AND DIbTKICT.
Mr, Edwin Green of Oroville puid
Midway a liusiness visit lnsl week.
We have to llnink lhe Pruvince torn
copy .of ils Electoral map recenlly
published.
It Is said thai Mr. McKay Ingrain
has leased his line lunching properly
which is sit.mil ed jnso west of this place
to Mr. ti, Johnson for a lenn of years.
Mr. L. A, Hamilton, 0. I*. H. Lind
Commissioner, wns in llie district two
or three days recenlly, attending In
riglit-of-wny and other railway
mutters.
ItUsignificant that two or lliree
officials supposed to be "ill the know"
areirt'P'irlcil to have been making Inquiries with a view tn investment, in
real estate at Midway.
Mr. W. J* Francis formerly of
Greenwood but who is now in business
at'Cascado Cily was in town during
the past week, anil before, leaving for
home invested in sonic Midway real-
estate.
It is held biitnotgenrally understood
that tbe liars in all the hotels nf lbe
province will have to In* closed uu the
2llih inst. the day upon which voting
will take place on ibe question
prohibition*
Mr. E, 1). .Ueddie.af Spokane passed
out on Wednesdays stage,-j-iier hitv-
.ing spent n few days at Camp lli"
Kinney. It is said! hm Mr. Kedthe is
.negotiating for the Waterloo md other
properties in lhat camp.
Mr, Geo, Guess, and Mr. E, J. Harris
ofifflreenwuod passed thiuugh town on
Tbursilav Inst bound for Fairview at
which point Mi. Harris will i"sp>'''i
some of the mining properly interests
belonging to Mr. Guess, andolhew,
People are beginning 1" appreciate
(the opportunity that niter-: I'm' t»H>-
jitable investment iu real-estate Inn',
.as recently the towuslte cnnipaiiy has
disposed of quilt' a number uf Iota, nnd
in fact there is nnw a steady demand,
tu Mid*
town
Among last, week's visitor!
twinyifiir lhe purpose  of  Inlying
Jots were Messrs. W. L, 0. Guidon, ui
(jJirrnwood,   nud  -I-   I-*-  Mngney,  ul
Brooklyn, H.C  Tne las' "« llrl,»l"
onlielialfoftwoinletKllngliuyei'snow
I'i'siil**nl in .U'ui'if Hutu, 0. ti. A.
The recent rich stvllio on the Water-
Jon in Cninp MclChiney has bad the
.olfo-nt of drawing the attention uf the
speculator mul prospector in llic camp,
land ns a result tin* camp is mure lively
•tliau it has been fur snine time, Pros-
rpectors are paying very close attention
,to vacant ground.
Posl Olllee Inspector Fletcher p-vss«d
through town on his way to lhe coasl,
on Tuesdays singe going lu Peiiliclon
Having come into the dlsli'lct Ly way
of Marcus no doubt Mr. Fletcherwoultl
,g|ve some attention tu the grievenccs
'Which have been complained of Ly the
people of Greenwood with reference in
.mail connection between their town
.and Grand Forks and Marcus.
It is said that the 0. P, R, has taken
mn option on HI acres if the pre-emption owned by Mr. 1,W. Powers lure.
The portion of his land the 0.1'. 1!. ,is
■after is that to llie wesl of Boundary
•Creek, which affords a magnificent
sight for the erection of a smelter.
Evidence is accumulating Unit lbe
great corporation has selected Midway
as tlie point at which reduction works
will Ihe established, and no wonder, as
Hollers superior advantages to any
other point in the district.
Mr. llnderiek Robertson, of Nelson,
Manager of The Londmi nnd llriiish
CiiliiniLia GoldHelds Oo,, and Mr. E. 0.
Holden assistant consulting engineer
to lhe company, passed out to Nelson
on Friday, afler having spent a couple
or ihree weeks looking nvorpiiipertics,
silualed on Ihe main and wesl, fork of
Kettle river, iii which properties
Mi'isrs. Douglas and Thompson uf
Midway ate interested. The London
and llriiish Cnluinliiii GoldHelds
Co., is one of lbe most, successful corporation! diiing business in British
Columbia, and this no doubt can l.e
attributed to the efficient staff of
.officers the company upou iis formation was successful in securing, Ml,
S, S. Fowler who is well known in this
district being among thein, and holding lhe pusi'tannf Consulting Unilinear
to the company. The fact, thut Mr.
Robertson spent so lung a lime in this
district means no doubt that Le I as,
under the guidance of Mr. W, T,
Thompson lieen able to see niuch thai
was interesting, nud ilis truly lo lie
hoped so, fur it would Le very beneficial tu thi: district slinuld the London
and Brilish Columbia GoldfieldB Conipiiny decide to take hold uf snine properties here, Up lu the present the
.company lias confined its operations
principally to theKoolenay, Imt Hint
it Is looking to this dlsl 1 Icl is signili-
,canl uf the fact tlnil itdesires to extend
ils sphere of operations,
A ineeling of shareholders in th.
Cariboo Mining, Milling & Smelting
Company, will he held at Camp McKinney on the Klb insl. At Ibis
meeting tlie action of tlie directors of
the said company, who recently disposed of all the interests uf the company lu a new organization, wiil in*
ratified.
Mr. Forties M, Kerby, I'. L. 8., has
gui,niilii very useful detail map or
plan showing all llicsurvi'Vi'tlsliiiiusin
Wellington cainp. Mr. 8. M, Johnson,
1', L, S., purpusi's gelling uul a similar
map cif Greenwood camp, Mr. C. A,
8haw, P, L. 6., snine lime since prepared a map of Deadwood campglving
like particulars,  These several gentle-
 n would du  the disirici a  service
were lhey to co-operate in produce it
map showing lhe surveyed mineral
claims in the three camps above
mentioned,
Mr. 0, M, Grouse has lieen engaged
for four or five days pasl in collecting
uii'fur Hie new Westminister Exhlbi-
Li! ion. Finding tlnil Townsitc mailers
prevented him from personally visiting the,mining camps, Mr, I']. Jacobs
nri-iingi'sl with Mr, ('rouse In take a
I™ 111 nnd get in the ore. Tin* result is
lhat. a quantity of ote, aliout 12011 lbs.,
in weight is now at the Townsite,tllice.
This will be carefully packed and shipped to Pentiction during lhe current
weak. Tin* following claims are
represented—Old Ironsides, Knob
Hill, Victoria, Brooklyn, Stemwinder
and Snowshoe, in Greenwood camp;
Golden Crown and AthelslOB in
Wellinglon c(iiii|)|,,B. C, anil Emma, in
Summit canipi .Mother Lnde.Priuirose,
Sunset, Buckhnrn nnd 'Morrison, in
Deadwood camp; Jewel and Nurlli
Star ill Long Lake camp; King solo-
nan in Copper camp, and Bruce in
Graham's camp, Suine of lbe samples
weigh nearly 103 lbs each. Mure are
expected within 1 lie next few dnys and
shiiulil lhey conie they will increase
ilie Boundary creek contribution tn
tho mineral exhibit to about a tun in
••eight.
This
Hotl
Weather
Will bring plenty of Hies
"TANGLEFOOT"
WILL CA'i'cll   KM
SURE,
FOI, 8ALE BV
J. A. UN8W0RTH,
^druooisti
""midway - b. c1
IHE RUSSELL HARDWARE CO.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. C.
—♦<>♦♦♦♦♦♦—
LARGE CAR OF
Doors, Windows, iaisters ani Blocks
>,
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AT LOWEST PRICES.
—********—
PAINTS OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
.We carry.everything in these lines....
Mail orders reucive prompt attention,
First class tin-shop in connection
Goods away i$     Cue in and see!     Prices asay down.
C. F. COSTERTON
VJlBNON, 13. C.
General Real Estate & Financial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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The Royal Insurance Coy.
Tin-: London and Lancashire Fiue
Insurance coy.|
of North
Coy.
ral
FAIRVIEW  NOTES.
Il'i'oni our own correspondent')
Mr. Frank Oliver, assistant gi
manager uf ilu liriii-li A ilcan Corporation has just visited this district
anil hns hnnded snine IU properties at
Liiinnis. He was niuch pleased with
his .trip iia.I anticipates Ihis will
eventually prove a gnnd camp.
Wurk isgolngonattlliiSleiuwIndei,
Smuggler, Morning Star, Weslern
Hill. Guld Dust, Oiu Finn mines ,and
olher properties,
'I he Tin Horn mill is running and
crushing Steinivinderaii'e.
Smuggler mill is well on toward
completion,
Noun' few Imvu lots have  been  sold
and new buildings are springing up.
 4 ,4	
FloitQver Khartoum,
London,'8ept. 5.—The war office received this evening the following dispatch, dated atOiuiluruia.i yesterday,
from General Sir Herbert Kitchener!
'•This morning tlie British and
Egyptain flags were hoisted with due
cs'i'i'iiiiniy upon the walls of the palace
in Khartoum. All the British wounded have It'll, for Abnilia in barges towed hy steamers, I saw them before
leaving, They were all doing well and
were comfortable,
"Tho cavalry sent in pursuit of the
khalifa were compelled In abandon the
attempt, owing to the exhaustion of
tlie burses, lint I have ordered? camel
squads tn continue the putsuit."
MINERAL ACT, 1E6.
Certificate   of  Iniproveiiients.
JTOTIOH.
Nmii'-ouc F'iaition.Ui Minkhal Ci.mm
Sltuato In the Kciile River Mining Division
of Yale District.   Where loc:iled ; In
Central namp.
AKU NOTICE llml T, John A.  Coryell,
(18
miner'*!
"TAKI
I    n« up'n! for .1. Itotlorlflk Hnlicr
tlflutte No. 8-107(1, Intend, wlxty i!nyn
■from tho tlnto hereof, toapply i» tho Mining
Hoc-order for n Certificate of [inprovemontfl fm
1 lie pnrpoao i'i obtaining a Crown Oram of tho
abovo olalm,
Andfurthoi tako notice tlml action, undor
ootion it", nmpt h\ coinmoncoti beforo Ihe
isuancooffluoh Ccrlificaio nf Improvomonte
latcd this 18th day o(»Aprll,l*SOS.
Seed Wheat Fop Sale,
W_____mtWWmSSBmSmSSS
Parties needing good
clean fall send wheat
, I jl   for   planting,  should
n«~;a j   call (111 |. A. Coulson,
r(\ |i   Midway, II. C,  who
has two famous vari.
tries, the	
Early Geiiessee Giant
-ANI1-
fiamplos rim In1
a it,  ;
Mid way.
This  Insurance
Ambeioa,
Tut* London ano Canadian Fui
Insurance Coy.
Tun Sun Lice Assurance (Jot or
Oanada,
Tun Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser cor the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Cov,
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Ccrtiliciite   of  Iiniiravo nonts
lion Itev MiNim.u. Olaim.
Sltunte in the Kettlo River Mining Division
of Yale Districl,  Where Incited: Central
Cainp.
IKI'l NOTICK tlintl. Ak'siinili.f Wiilluce
free minor's cortiflcato No, 112a. Intond,
sixty days from .laic lioroof. 1.. apisl.' to the
Mining Recorder far a coi'tltiosito of Improvements, for tlio purpose uf obtaining 11 Crown
Grant of tho abovo claim,
Antl fiti'llier tako nottco Unit, action undor
aosition 37musl bocommoncod liefore the Issuance of suoh Certificate nf Improvomont**,
Ilntcil lllis llllll ilny of June, 1898.
V
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
RToI-'Igo.
Qouilln.i. illmuut, Claim,
Situate in tho  Osoaoos Mining Division of
Yale   District.   Where located:- Camp
Fairview
TAKK NOTICK, Hint 1. ('lins. tie Blols Green
ns agonl for Wm. A. Dior freo
ininer's cortMOlto Nn. J0132, nnil Alfred
A. Davidson free Minor's cortillcato No. 10133
nitty days tr
Ilm Mining Rocordc
iiiiiil'ovetlii.lils. for llu. p
Crown granl "f tlio abov
And further tako notl
section 111. miisl bocomn
ofs'l.'llivi'llll
the
lliitcil this lilh ilay tf July, Is:
ate horoof, to apply
r a  'lilli'iili. of
ise of obtaining a
hui action, undor
cil boforo 'he issu
aiVltllieills.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
IUun'Ti: CiusTii MiN'iaiu, Cl-AIM.
Sitiinto in tlio Kottlo Rlvor Mining Division
of   Yale   District.  Where located: In
Greenwood Camp on the north of tlio
Monte'iiinii mineral claim.
TAKE NOTIOK tliat I, John A. Coryoll, na
ngenl for .liitni'- Mural...11 froo ininer's
oortlfloato No.   B8878,   .uul   ,1a    Nicholson
froo miner's oorlllllalo No. SM17, Intond,
aixlv ilnvs frol., Iln. dnto lioroof, In
nimiy Inine Mining llocordor for n Corllllcnlo
of Improvomonts, for Ua purposo of obtaining
11 Crown Granl of Iho aliovo claim,
And further tako notloo thnl nation, undor
Hootloti 37. innsl In. coiimioncod boforo iln
Issunnco of such Cortlflcnto orimprovomonts,
Dnled tin- tlllit day of Kolirllnry, 1898.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
 ».
."PTo-fcilCG.
Hon Roy ami Nioiitinoalk Minkral Claims.
Sltunte in Ihc Osoys.ns Mining Division of
Ynle district.    Where   located;--Cnmp
Fairview.
At*la NOTIOK.
T
Minca.',
.1-1 iti.ai
Iln. ilnle
der Ion
llial I.Ohns, sis- RlolsOroon
■'iiii-vi.-w Consolidated Until
l,lmllcil.n(Kiilrvlow,H,0„frooinlnor's
No, i.-iiiii. im.a..I. sixty days from
ironf, toapply lo llic Mining llccor-
'.'I'liil.-iiicof Improvomonts, for tin.
purpsso nf obtaining n Crnwn grunt of Ihc
abovo nlalm.
An.l furtlior tnko notico Mint notion, uniler
unction 37, must In* commnncod boforo llic
.--.inni'i' of sueli I't.i-iiii.-iiii-..!' Improvements I
U.il.'il ill- l.'lli ihi) of July, I8W,
M Mveral Free.
i!^smMMMift:i2n:ftft:-'ftmm^S2i7^
The Mi ners Home,
I
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the hest of accommodation
at moderate charges, Only the best brands n
liquors ancl cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i:s
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
R08BI-AND,
G   EENWOOD.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estte and Mining Brokers.
P FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Rre Insurance a Specialty.   m%^0Ta\yTc.im
IN THE-
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ST, LOUIS HOTEL at
MIIIIIWII IlillllllllllllllillllimilMIIIIIIHIil I «■»■	
Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing' all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times.
OOOn  STAULING  ON  TIIK  PREMISES,
T. DOMLI) & Co. Props.     T, DONALD. Marl THK ADVANCE
Miiiway. B 0., SErTEMinsn 12, 18)8.
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MU LING COMPANY, LTD, LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
HEAD   OFFICE ,   GREENWOOD  CITY, B.C.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in $1 Shapes, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Big
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D., S. F, J. A. C, P. E, C. S. & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,  Spokane  and  Granite  Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
f
%
OFF1CERSOFCOMPANY:
 Phebident
D. A. HOLBROOK       -   Manaoer
E. JACOBS  - - -   -   SEciiETAitY-TitEASunuit
[BANKERS [
DESCRIPTION.
On the* " I). A " ia it vein ahoul |20
inches wide, with a pay-streak of -1 to
12 inchi's; from luis 8,(15*1 His. of oro
was sliip|is*sl to Iho smelter, giving
$1011.15 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 ozs,,
and 2 per cent, lend. A tunnel is lining
driven on this vein from which ore is
heing taken. On the same property is
a larger vein (quarts) currying galena
and pyrites,
BANK OF MONTREAL ;-] j],"Vebnon, B.[0
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The " G, A. 11." has a 30-foot shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, hcayily mineralized wilh an Intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, galena, blende and
silvcrglnnce. Theflnesbplecesdfwlresil*
verfouud onBoitndaryOreek were taken
from this shaft, Avetage assays from
different places amiss the vein gave
$H.(XI gold, 60 oss*.. silvei", also $8,00
gold and 150 ozs. silver and one, the
latest return—$15,05 gold and IIIII 1-5
ozs. silver per ton.
On the "Big Ledge" is a Kl-foot
quartz vein, mineralized with lion
pyrites. This vein litis lieen opened
up hy cross-cuts op the surface fir 500
feet, A narrower vein lias lieen
opened up, lining nne foot wide, carrying considerahle copper pyritot, and
runs inlo file main ledge as u spin', on
which a tunnel of 10 feet has been
driven, Average assays gave $1111 guld
and 1 1-10 ozs, silver, anil $40.35 gold
171 ozs. silver, 2 pel cent, copper
The "O.'.ti." has two distinct veins!
one ii feel'widc whicli, from ils strike
and general character would seem lo
he the same vein as thai on the Big
Ledge, illl hough siifficionl has nol
lieen done to make this conclusive,
Tlie second vein has at present, a
width of nearly three feet. Assays
have shown values in gold from $1.00
to $170.53, while a conservative sampling liy Mr. S. S. Fowler, M, E. gave
$20.00 in gold.
On tho "S. 11. B." are*two converging veins of copper and iron pyriles,
on which work is now being done, An
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
lllj ozs., copper 11.110 pet* cent., or
$40.44 foi'all values.
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The " S, F." lies lei weed tin* fi, A, It.
and I), A., in the direction nl tin* strike
on the G. A. H. vein. This location has
eeu made on a vein of pyrrlinlile.
The "Fred D." was locnted in lle
cumber, 18115, mure as ground for a
basis for mining operations for the
olher cliiiins than for its present value,
although lliere is little doubt that the
large vein on IheO. B. runs through
it. There is a small vein of galena on
Ihis clai'ii.
The "J. A. ti." has a lurge iron-
capping running through ii frinn the
Anncondi, at a deplh of a few feet,
Tbe ore carries a considerahle percent
age of of copper nud $10 illjgold,
The remaining six claims nre all good
prospects, but ns yet. very little development work has been dune on
'hem,
This company i.s registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B.C., for 1,500,000 shares at
$i.oo, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company,
k
4.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
irOTIOE.
Thk Auoust Minkuai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yalo
District. Where Loomed!- Camp Fair-
view.
TAKK NOTICK tlmt w.\ II. Rose, freo minor's oortlfloato No. 10,111, John StovonB,
freo miner's cci'lilliiilii Nn. fflOn, John A. Cory
oil, freo minor cortlncolo No. 1112a, J. I
llnrnyisiil froo minor's cortillcato Nu, 18.1178, i
tond sixty days from dato horoof, to anply to tl
Mining Kocorder fnr n Certifloato of Inrarovv-
nionts, for the purposo nf iililiilniiiK n Crown
(Iriint of ihc iiliovi: clnlin liy tholr agent John
Stevens.
Anil furlhcr lulu lice Unit notion nnili'i'
section 87 must bo coinmoncoil boforo 1I10 Issu*
anoo of sueh CortlHcato of ImprovemonU,
Dated tbU 1st day ol August, 1808,
SEEDS! - SEEDS!
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
Garden Seeds
In A.tt.sr
to
li Quantity..
AT EASTERN PRICES.
•£*§?',
•Stli   **»■*■'   Js,*
.*$■
TAiBLxx.
Showing tho Date* and Places of Courts of
Assize, NIsl Prlus, Oyer and Terminer and
Gonoral Gaol Delivery for the Year 1898,
KALI, ASSIZES,
Clinton   Thursday, 22nd Boptembor
Rtohileld Monday, 211th Sepl ember
Kniuloops Mnnilay, :inl Ootobor
Lytton Friday, llth October
Vornnn Monday, lol h Ootobor
New M'cMlisiittstcr.. . .Tuesday, 1st November
Vancouver Monilny. llth Novombor
Victoria Tuesday, 15tli Novombor
Nantilnio Tuesday, '-!2wl Niivcmlu-
M   Quality..
THE BEST PRODUCED.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED  PROMPTLY,
. . .We Pay The Duty ...
O..B& P. B. NELSON,
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, B. ('.
T. XSllio-b   -   - -   E»3?oi>a?ie-to3?.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION,  GOOD STABLING.
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash,
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^-
THE  ONLY  PERFECT FENCE.   McMullen's   Fencing   and   Netting
_-_   cinivTruunnr minimi        Combine tlieso twoiQualltl e
8TKL • WOVEtl WIRE FENCING No others do.
WIRE ROPE SELVAGE.
Manufactured and Sold by
TMt ONTARIO WIRE FENCING. CO., LTD,
Pinion, IUIUIIO.
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
IAL.1. OTHER VARIETIES CHEAP.)
McMullen's are the only good nettings
sold in Canada, They are unequalled i'nr poultry yards, trellises, mid
lawn fences,
Ask your hardware merchant for McMullen's goods.   If you cannot buy of
[The Manufacturers at Plcton, Ont., or to
him write to   The B. Greening: Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
j      Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, flofltreal, General Agent for Railway Fencing.
Commercial Job Ppinting.
AT "THK ADVANCE.'
W. DALRYMI'U'I
Gcn.«3.'lU      DBl.tnol-ciS.nt:u*3-i.
FA 111 VIEW, ll.C.
411 Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing
a Specialty.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    oS-Sin
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Terminus of Slage Line
from M'treus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
ITOTICB.
Having rented my premises the Brooklyn Hotel, situated in
Greenwood Camp, I beg to give notice that from the first day
of August the business in connection with the above hotel has
been in the hands of the lessees.
F. GRAFF,
Curlew, Wash.
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