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 Vol. V, No. 25.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
•n W. JAKES, M. II., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
G
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., CM.
VUltNOX, II. 0,
1.ATIS or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Bno.
■earr—.Lt ..i.:..4~tun. .i....jrnnx-ti.i-rr._____w
r\R.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University
Lale Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacilic Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
i t. McLaren, m. d., c. m.
Graduate ok McGill Uiuversity.
()i.-i.*it'H: ARMSTRONG, I). C.
r\R. CORRIGAIM,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Gmilualo nf tho lloynl College of Dcntnl
Surgcutis nf Ontnrlo.
iliiiuir iiiiiiliinte ul Toronto Utilvorslty.
-OPPIOK—
I'oiuul llluek, Barnard Avenue, Vorn o t 1.0,
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We Imy the
tlie Very Best Brands, and sell nl. Wonderfully Low
Prices,  (live us a call uml he convinced llial our
prlci'B  uie  the lowest ill Ihis  seelion   of eiuinlry.
S, IJldlMg, EC, |f
Wu curry a large and well-selected slnek of above   >£
and us we purchased our g Is for SPOT CASH we  0
areeniililt-d to give our ciisloniuis ihe henctlt of the  I?
Dlscnillll,   (live us a Trial Order.
W. T. S5a.-a.-tfox>d raxi.<a.
>'-*»*(
l-'alrvti-w, Cuuip lUt-Kliinity and Vornon*
i*-*-W
w.
JI. COCIIUANH,
SOI.ICITI.il Rl'l-IIKMK Count
NOTAKV Pllll.le, CONVEVANOEIt, ISTO.
Offteo: Qlhaoro'8 Uloek, Btirnnrd Avenue,
VKHNON'.   • 11. C
piiKl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Ol'Tll'l": Marl ill's Hloek.
Vbiini.N. H.C.
A
LLAN MACDONALD
BARRISTER AND SOLIC1TOI1
Or the Supreme Court of B.C.
JJ OT'A It V   1' C II I.l (',   PITC.
Vnitxnx, II. (
1    li. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   (btiryPublns.
aiiANii i-'ouks ....  n. o.
poiliius M. Kl'liBY, P. L.s.,
A. M.O.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, ll.C.
*-r   E. OllOWl-ILL,
TUIINSUN ST., V/.IIXIIN,
CONTIIACTOR AND BUILDER
Oflleo and Storo FlttintTS a Specialty.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, II. C
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NQ-MV PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A,
Civil Uimineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of the Province immediately Attended to,
Maps and Plans of Any Porlion of Osoyoos
District ami Mining Camps of Itottle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY nnd VERNON.
J.    G.    HAASS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
■0--aa.©£3s    Bros.
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays antl Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, It. e. oiit'nswiiiili, li. e.
Ml nillllKIT. II. '1'. IIIUIIJSIIX
BOUNDARY   I'l'KKK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Greenwood Cily, IS.!'.
Assaying antl Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TTiuuuKii, Proprietor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with ti. S. Aberdeen'to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cuekk.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made |por Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties,
Good Boating unit Pishing.  Row nnd .Sail Boalsfor Ilii'ti
...,.,,.„... -■•■„—
Ji™
COMPANY.
E6TADLISHED
1670.
THE EOUNDARY CREEK  MINING DISTRICT.   10   In   snenil   lluutlreil  nilliees silver.
and  frum  $3  lo  $11*1 gold i samples
The following piiuii t. Issued l.y ,-,.    w   S||(.h    |{(, |i(,    U(||
Mr.  ,1.  (',  Huns lor dislrihutiun ut  CJli.nice. Qi-etil Hcspcr, Bollli.lary Falls
S|inkaiM' in cotmecltoi] wiili llu
mineral I'xliiliil ft'ciui Boundary m'i'k,
is perhaps Ihc must. COiJiplute ilrsrrip-
uiiil (iiilcumiii
•'Deadwood Oamp,—Jiiugu Imdit»«of
ni|i|>tT*tf.»l(l and Iron-gold 0)tB| iissiivh
WHOLESALE   AND
■"   Retail Dealers in dry
goods,   boots  and   shoes,
peeial Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
Hudson's Gay Co,, Vernon, B. C.
X»,  O.  Boa:,  61.
ill
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing' Cards
Agent for the
Piinix Firs Insuranee.
ED. fl. HA6N  ■  RJ83WAY, B. C.
•establish ed iss3.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY!,
"JlMIII.i.lI-;   FAE.1I,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT. AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AM) VINES
Send for Free Catalogue.       E. Hutcuekson, Manager.
s__a_c
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOD, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kinds  of, Factory   Work   Kepi  iu Slnek  und   .Made to  Order
Coast  Cedar Worked   into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths mul Shingles Kepi in stock
Best Material Always Used. Write far Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on O'ti'tnngiin Luke, liniuly In shipment,   Sash uml Door
I'ltelorv on 0, P. II., Vernon,
'o____}^
minerals, yel published :
"The Boundary Creek Mining district,  IIS  ils  111 '  illiplie.-,   lies llltlllg
llu. i ii I i-i n.il i< .in, I 11' iii i uin i >' mi the
Brillsh ('..Innil.ia aide nf tlie line, It
is ahiilll .'n*i mill's ivcst nf llle Trail
ereek seelion, iiiid Is hoiiuili'il roughly
hetween Ihu utirlli Inil; of Kellle river
"i.aiai".  , „-„u t.ais, ""' ','  * '\"'k "" ''i" "!"''
" . .. ' Innil exit 'iul*. in ul lit-i 1 v suine  In miles
wines, liquors and cigars, ,,,„„ lh, \u.m,lU)y.   .*•■,,. „,,,, ,,„,.
Iir.ni'il Isuvei1 100 stptai'U miles, all of
which iuu wifely he suid to he iiilucrul-
ia.i-il llll'iiilglliilll lis exlenl, Thu
I'hurni'liTnf ihe uru varies froui lhe
simplest milling in Hie ten eumplcx
smell iug nies, Ores of every iieceBsiiry
eliarncti-rfor smelling are finiuil in
Ihis dial iii I, aa ure also ciuil and liuii,
Excellent water .ami limber uru found
iu iiliiiiidaui'i', while in the valleys
huge crops nf grain, vegeluliles und
fruils nre rai-eil. Ui'ii/.iiig liiiids ou
which Ihutts'ntids nl head of slock
range, are fouuil Ihiuughntit ihe dis*
..a*, ftftft.otftit. !x*.i,':c-aii'ijl, trlct.  Nalurelias iuileed been lavish
in her gifts in llle Bnunilary counlry,
"III desiiiking the mineral resmu'ces
ol ll.iui,il.n y creek ii i.*- not neei-saury
tu exaggerate in nny form. Tin* ini*
mense copper gold ledges of (it-cell-
iniiul, Cupper, Head» ood, Sum mil,
: llinttii's miu oilier camps; lhe rich
silver-gold ores ol' Skylnrk, Lang
L:ike,;White's, Providence and Sniilh's
cninps, ure u.l lliere ill renlily. 'liny
ure large eno.iglijand rich enough,
Nohody uliu Is posled nu the dlslrlcl
cuu ohjecl In thai. There aie snuie
ivho iisserl Ihul Ihe greal ure hollies of
cnppei uinl gold are loo large oa Il.e
and Games, Dressing' Cases ism lace m 'go down.' Duvelopineui is
[rapidly   disproving   the.   sliiti'iiieul.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings Tiu-i-o nix. pi-iiiilu *v lm ki ill «iy i h»i ihe
and Proprietary Medicines. ''•Illh \> " n"'A; *""">,","'" ""'l
knk, Iiii urluiil lads helng now
tlemoiisl lill ed hy work, toillll fnr u
whole hu i..me than Ihis idle Inik.
"The piesenl season hus .been an
uiiive i ae nail '.'.nil, la {null' heing cili-
I'ieil nu ill a llllllli.I 1' llf Clllllps. Tlie
llgures helow, furiilsbed l.y Mi. W. 0.
McMynn, milling reeorder, Midtviiy,
II, ('., give bomu idea of thi-ini'ieuseil
acliviiy this year',:
1895     1650'
hocntlnn records   ill      UK
Cortilknlraof .fork   Ill)     till
I'ri-i tiiltii.-rs i'1'ttilli'iitfs     1JI      Ilia
Trolu Jiin, I loScr.1, 211 only,
- lii-veiuie lnr lSBOiihoutduuhlu ihe
nmiuuil fin-Mime line iu 18115.
"Following is a u-iy brief nut line
description nf the rumps of (hedlstrli t.
No ntletnpl is niinle lo go lulo detilils
oi- lo descrihu Indivlpuill prnpcrliis.
The claims niiined in lhe deseriptiun
are those of which samples of ore nre
exlilhlled, nnd uu^ivhiiii mure or less
unrk has I..*.aniline... Thei'c are liiincl-
reds of nl her claims on which Ihere
ure gond showings, tut space fol'hllls
iheir mention, uml those named are
typical nl the ciin|is lhey represent :
"Ulil'l'swiinli UAIII'.—Oi'ii bodies 11)
to 100 feel wide | copper pyriles currying gnld; assays!! lo In percent, cop*
ner, $11 in $1110 in gold, u considerable
I >i 11 >i it I ii a i currying $111 In$!i0gold nml
llnSper cent, copperi Siiinples exhibited I'lmii Sleiiiwiiider, Uold Drop,
Knob  Hill,   Sunn shne,   Knit hide, Old
Hi     H.i Ironsides,  Brooklyn,   Standard  and
ft      ft a,
: Phoenix.
j    "Sl uUITCaIUV Oi'' hollies 10in.1l
T3 il 1/TilISlV  ''Tl   uil''';   ",|,|"'r   l''Vlil''s  '•"'l',i"K
Hi      f'i/1 It   'III  I    k'"!<l''U"H;.'c.';ussays:ii„:>ili,c,,ia,i.
UIii.I4.iJIl 1   cupper, If.ll In ¥10 gold, uml s.ane of Ihu
lion „f the dlslrlcl,  iis mines  nml 12 ui 10 per c  ciippur, mid friiin *1 lo
HEY © © ®
® ®
m%
'riimij,*]! ilu nut fnil in lul<i' advnntnKO nf
HiiH ratlior limited o|i|)i)»'tiiiiit),) ami
Imvoymir I'liolo laken wliilo ym hnvo
ilmi oppoi'Lmiityof obtflllil»a a true nml
@ ® Prtet likeness
Ami a nnitly finished picture. J. H.
Stornior is n prollciont worltmnti in liie
productioiia nf art, ami guarnutoos per
feet Batisfaclioii, Cabiiiota only $5.0(1,
California Gallery, Midway, B. C.
11
Sit Kit
SS   s,i
z.___m
Fresh Bread,
Cakes    and //
Pies Always "\\
On     Hand.
A ViiBnVlR, Prop.
KERR BROS.
* -««>il( TOIIRHS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Mem tlollvori'll nl ll.).'k I'r.iok mul nil Ilm
Milling Ciiiiuis.
i J. KERR. R. D. Kerr.
Thoroughbred**
ores us high as IIU)  uiuicus   in siliei
samples exlilhlled la    II.  Ilcll  und
Eiinnii,
" W'ui.i.imi'I'.i.x CAMP, Ore hodiesl
i'l..II il In :i) feel lliile; cuppcl'-il'lUI
pyriles nnd pyrrhollle in n sili a.a
giiugue: assays frum n few dollars In
$?00goldi also -"ma silver i;.i|: riles
ill this Cllilipi samples exllihlll'll limn
I Winnipeg, Unldi-ll Oniwii, Culiini :
and Biiileri up.
" WlllTIS'H CAMI'i    Vl-Illll2 III Ul'.. I
wldi-1 ' ins curry copper mul gold, nud
silver, copper ami gold ; nssuysil lo 10
par eenl, cupper, ;,-,i In ,'.,20 mid, nml;,
lo 200 ounces silier; samples imm
Cily nf I'.nis. Lincoln, Jack, f Sputl. a,
Ijexiiiglun uml Excelsior,
"|SKYI..tltl> ('AMI'.    Ore of IIIII kind-,
sllver-guldand copper-j/iildi ceinaari
1 I 'Villi kill.tin   llie     illllllllllllll   al'Sli
1 loll feel  U illl' ; .laaal'a .''ItntluOnlllici.i,1
silver, S.'i  In  !;.'') gold I Slllllples  fl'Ulll
Skylark, Uri-sri'iil,  Lasl Chance anil
Ctiiuiillaiii  Of ilm second class, tcin-
$10 gold; samples from lhe Ureal
Hopes, Hidden i'li-iisiue, (iold Bug
nml Ivu Leuiire,
"Corriiit Camp, Luge hoillemil cu*
priteiiiiiK'liuli'Oclte.eiiriyliig some gold
andsilici; iiBSiiyn fruln 0to20|ii-rceilt..
enpper.
"l'ni)Viiii.;Nt'K('.\.Mi', Veryili-lisilver
1,'iitd nies ; veins from *i inches to I feel.
widit i assays from till lu 600 ounces
silier, $5 In SUM gnld; samples IV un
the Ciiinbin iliim, I). A. uud Spoiled
Horse (I ho laii.-r nut sn high grade.
" iiuowx'h and Evan's Camps, Hare
very large showings of cupper-gold
oresi these camps nu- mi the iiurlh
fork of Kellle river.
"(lltAllAM'st'A.MI'ltvesI 'il'.Miilifiiyl.
Itith copper ore, ussiiylng well in gold
uml silver; 6iiin|ilus from ilu- Texas
nml Hniil.,
" A lining tin- recent new strikes may
he ment lulled those at. Jauies creek
Pass creek. Camp Kiniherly, and Ihu
west fork uf Kelllu liter.
" tlie Kock eii-ek ennl yields liy
analysis made hy Guess Bros, us
follows I
"Nu. 1. Cuke. 85.6 per e.nl.; ash,
(1.2 pur eenl.; vol.uilu ;u,alter, 28.3 per
cent.
"No, 2, CukP, 03.83 per cent.; ash,
16.1 per it-iii.; volatile matter, 16.71
per caul.
"Analysis ot Boundary creek I line-
stone by thu same chemists yields 117.2
pec eenl. calcium ciirhnnatii, I percent,
magnesium nil Inmate, 1.5 per cent,
oxitle mul alumina, ami 0.5 per eenl.
silica.
" A large majority of Ihe2,000cltiiuis
in the dlslrlcl ure yet in ihe hands uf
lbe iniginalj Ineiilius—pour ineii nle
ileetl lhe assisltilire of capilul. Cluim
can lie purchused un very teasmiatii
leruis, uial, it all lhe iissui'iinceof ruli
road cniimciimi iu the very lient
f.iluie, where is Ihere a silfi'l' Held f i
lhe investment uf capilul."
THIS  ANO THAT.
Charles SI, llail.e, fur lhe past Im
years editor of the Kelson Miner, h
severed his conned ion wiih lb
paper. The thinking ou llie Miner
lam iliine I y.Sel.ecu U. Kelt bum,nnu
miici-aial experienced newspaper mill
The Payslreak is ihe inline of a ne.
paper published al Saiiilnn, B. C, h;
.Inilu .1. Ltiugslllff, uliu cuiiies I'riili
near the ted pump, Hi mc enmity,Oni
The I'lliaslreiik ia tl'l'll I'lllll'tlllllll Ileus
li. I'. Lmveiy of lhe New Heme
Ledge is the llllilllcliil hacker of III
concern,  -
A man fi um Niivu Sen; i.i hiinile.
[-!.I. AI hi-i't i ui n cent, iu payment, for;
I'heap stamp the ulher ilny, nud I'm I
lid, nearly fell deed its he pushed lli
colli ti.lo the till, und Iuu did the in;
nt 111.- nickel u whole sheel ufstiiui|
in payment I'm the clumsily. This
lhe Iirsl une cent deal thai has I ei
successfully cuiisuiniiiiiled In I lie lata
Payslreak,
It is worthy nf iiutc tin uf lhe P
Liberal nu inkers relumed frum Brill
Columbia, Busluck and Maxwell, tl.
lay iiiPinhei's, favor ihe appoint i.
of au eiislern mail tu ih i vacancy .a
ilie supreme cuurt   bench,   Morrlsot
ami   Mcluni's, llu- lattycr  iiiumbeii
,t uul nni. uf [ lii-ii' Iuu yet- coiupiinini
appniuletl,   The  Issue  is plain,   'i;
Iirsl sel  ii'iaia-cni  the people in ti
mallei', nud the second icpieseul llu
bin yer li lends,—Nelson Tribune,
Tin- Srallle l'.-l. i- in...Ina lieu
paper that is publishing Inni; inn,.
ahoul '■(' iinida's greul hope" of hell
pcrmllleil tu huaiiuuxed in tha I'.u
(Slates,   This i*. I'u -I talk.   Th  i-
aiiuexalinn iiiotauienl in Canada,
We'll leu ihe I'. I. lhat if mu 'min. -.
inni'. in make such tt I showings,
it ..i hefori lung hue Ihu ith il
.. ail., nml nil iis spare capilul .
.a ,,iil,   Thai's when ll nlv nunc
iiuu moveiiieul i- visible ju-i nu.
Nel mi Miuei'i
T in-   I,.....lull   lune.pnllllelll   ul
cli. nn i. iiig iiiiiI Mining .Iiiiii-iiii
Ni-tv   "i nn.. ti i in-: "'lhe signs .
I m in Brillsh I ...a.rn.ai nre gel
strungcr. Now cuiiipaiiies ure hi
re-iislcrcd uvi it day, nud in musl t
ihe t lm nn lout is clearly visible lo
cul lied uii iii Lniiihiii,   Hen- is ><
Ull l ice   lu   liic   nil nets nf   Inine-
I'lninis in  British Culiiiulilii,    >
sell u uliu.. ur prnspecl  lo a l,t.
are larger i assays .i to 20 per rem. P tuf „   „,,     (i|m, ,i(|
_T*'*l£'»   " """''''" "'""'i uud net'ec deal ttill, „ London
llul.y uml li|i lop.
ARCUSandMIDWAY
Iff' ,   T 1 .tony uot. ,,|i, u,a |, ,,, IMI|lw j,,,, kumv hil, ,,,„„
S^"-A.O*2E3     XiimXZ ;  VhrSftPPS Ml]   IMM   , U,-N0,,'*AKVJAMP;; Vull,S       I"  8  tttllowillK Ihese roles, pro Iv
i?MIIUIUa dllU  UCMllOlil/-'   »',.le;  silvH.--K.ilil  ores, slllc s',,„„,,,„„,„ ,„„,,,,„' „.',.
^ giiugue; assays from  Su lo Boveral ,.,..  „	
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 1; m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 ,\. m
,    ,     ,  ,                        , 1 oh nl oiii-e, 11 liiiiluli/.iug stale
: hunt red   111 urs   god   uud si via;   ...    ,   ,,                 ,,,
■ f.!                             ,   .   1    1*11 ,.        ,     Inns In lhe owner nl llle  proSUl'l
«J siiinples Iinui Jewel,   liiiero Grande      ,                 ., ,    .        ...
1(3        ,'„      sin ii 11 colli se will I e liotlci 111 Hi
'"iioruugh A,.i|iiil'ii;uu'e itith Hit" Kettl
....   ,   .,,   Hm    lnr,   (',*„, RPI C1AL   ATTK:
und Norlh Slur.
Smith's Camp,   Veins from I lo H
fur he ttill ul hiisl -till nun hit,
I  TI0>   U1VKS T.r.MA1I„ KHKIOHT  AND KXPBKHS  f0K SAU!'     Pr,CI!  ^'m' I   I.' wide;    '■'   '■       live,   and | ^ f will' 'lorn,'llnil H,7
■iio_t. 111 liru-K I'ui'.i..        old  111 hiliiiou      ....  1 hlsi'inh," THE ADVANCE.
W. II. NORMS.  I'liiieiOKTint
Published  weekly  nt Midway, B..'.
Subsorlpllou l-ii.-L', Hit)., ixir milium, payable
in atlvoanoo, oithor yearly or hnlf-yoarly r*i i lie
option of tho subsorlbor.
Advertising Ilium mail on nppllcatlon.
Tliougii tin- columns ul Tm; Advance nro
always opon fnr tbe discussion uf matters ut
■jublii- tutorest and [inporUiiico, wo do nut nee*
cossnrlly ondorsa any uf 1 In* opilllollH oxprossod.
fjorresponilonce ul a personal mil ure ..ill nut be
published.
I A cross In this space unit-
tittles l hul. i out' sn usi-ri [il iuu
:iu ibis paper liaaoxptrod.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19,1886,
ROADS ANH TRAILS.
It is a recognized fuel Ihal, this sec*
tit.ii needs railway futilities in order
Unit the comparatively low grade ores
may Hud a market oulside, and in
oilier Ihul lhe miilerial for lhe consl rocliuiiof Iiiiiiii. minimis in the shape
of smelters may readily he hrutighl
lulu ihe counlry. This railway uur.-
struelioii will necessarily lukuseveral
Veins In liccilllipllsll, In lhe ineiiu-
tiine il behooves lhe priiviocinl gi.vern"
ment to exert itself to the utmost In
give llle prospect ill- uud miner every
assistance and encouragement wilhin
its putter, in order Ihul lhe huge Held
to lhe norlh of us may he prospeeled
and developed, and llius by extending
our already huge Held of mines uud
prospects, give greater inducements
for capilul In provide railroads,ti i!hunt
llle necessity of aid iu lhe .shape of
surface rlghls granted and further aid
of a monelai y nature Bought is by Mr.
Heinze.
We us a llislricl huve, ufterperseyt-r-
ing efforts, succeeded in ohtniuing a
trunk roud from Puiilieton to Cascade
Cily. This roud, I hough in puts an
indifferent one, caused principally hy
basly locution und construct inn previous to an election, we thoroughly up-
predate, I hough it is nolhing mate
lliun the section deserves, and considered frum lhe light uf un invest*
nieiii, bus proved und will continue to
prove a good one, hy virtue of ils increasing tlle revenue derived from
mining receipts,
What we want now is nu extension
of our mud system hv I he construction
of Hails (nnd al'terwiirds roads) from
the trunk lnuii norlh alung Kettle
river, Boundary creek, and lbe nurlli
fork of Kettle river, In conned witli
the Fire valley trail and a trail along
Mission creek. These iruils shuuld be
carefully local ed by cumpelenl parlies,
wilh a view to Iheir nf Iur wards heing
converted into wagon roads. The
trails luted unly he cleiired lu the Iirsl
instance eight or len feet with-, hy a
parly following lhe location parly.
The pack animals of the prospector
will soon heat ii good trail lied.
This system wuuld ensure a maximum permaiienl iinpruvenu-nl with a
minimum of expenditure, nod would
furnish an upporliinily for the pans-
■ pector to push norl hward and open up
a comparatively unexplored counlry
of lurge exlenl. The fuel of flu-prospect or having in cut nut his own frails
for tulles through sections of country
covered with thick limber, no doubt
hinders many I'i .an sl liking out.
When such a system is adopted, Ihc
prospertur wuuld In*furt herencnuraged,
knowing Ihal ultimately be would he
followed hy a government, which nl
present follows him unly for bis pull
lax, his license und his hundred und
one liltle reenrding fees, which wuuld
further lend him a band to get bis
buds to market.
Funds mny he short nil hi he government, cuused principally hy lavish ex
pernio lire in a direct loll where such expenditure mighi have lii-eii dispensed
with for a lime al. least, The best way
oul nf lhe ilifliciilty is for the legislature tu turn lis Attenlion to developing
those seel ions which. If Assisted, would
shortly he the source of large revenues.
Should u dlliitury government not
see its way cli-ac to make advances
along ihe lines cited, we offer as au alternative, uud one probably more lu lls
liking, llle sugt-eslli.il I Imi lbe liliuccll
pled fund Ion uf counlry, suy sixteen
miles frum llu- hound,iry lo Fire valley
trail, anil between Okiinagan hike mul
Arrow hike he declared un Indian reserve, and al thu uud of six in.ml In suddenly thrown open,
As 111 till-history of the Colville re-
nerve to lbe st.1,1 It uf us, ii wnnlil
be Ih.irnughly piiispecli'd during lhe
ilnse season, mul when the reserve
lifli'd a liit'gn iiiimhei1 of claims would
he recorded, i he funds derived might
I hen In- devilled lu ilccuriillng utliei
portions of the province,
Now thut winier is coming on—say
nbout Xinus - perhaps times may l.e u
lillle ipiiei. Lai the kicker tell the
folks about IL Don't do It yourself (1
mean the we pari of your insli-
luliuii), it looks had for nn editor to
complain ahout the limes. Of course
it's allowable in u vein of sarcasm, if
he tells the people Hint limes are dull,
and in a line ur two following says
there nro sixteen cntiouils of merchandise coming into the country for one
linn hy tbe next mail. People appreciate lllis kind of a joke.
Then, must Ih- n government attachment In the counlry somewhere
which needs fixing up with thu monkey
wrench of criticism? Ain't ii?
Where is Mr. Fletcher'i Has lie
Hxed up everything nil right in post-
olllee matters? Where is the new
road superintendent.1 Won't he feel
hurl when HE COMBS BOUND, if some
une don't lell him what trails and
roads lo start his men on? Where is
Ileinze? Would it not he heller if lie
started liuililing thai C. k W. railway
iusleiiil of fooling itwity Ilis I iuu-1 tying
lo float those bunds t Are Lliere no ex
perls In lhe country that need "dress,
ing down?" Lord knows lhe mosl ol
ihem assay high enough Iu " dressing
up."
How is the Mineral Act?
Is it. not ahout lime tu add an amendment or two thereon ? Isn't I he present
style nf staking gel I ing mil of fashion ?
With one or two more embullsbuieilts,
shuuld it not he worth fuur hits Instead of two?
All of which is rt-speeffullysiihuiitlcd
lo convince yon Unit if you were to
give the kicker some kind of u show,
I am sure he would rake up .some kind
of a grievance each week In growl and
glow fat nwr,   Vnurs,
Constant Reader,
Ruck Creek, Uth Oclobor, 18U0.
 4 . 4 ■
When applying fnr crown grants for
mineral cliiiins, requesl Ihul lhe same
he ad vert ised iii Tun Advance, the
officially recognized paper uf lhe
distriet.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, B. li.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
TiiE Royal Insurance Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fihe
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Like Assurance Coy op
Canada.
The DominiopBuilding and Loan
Association,
Appraiser tor the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
midway
SAWMILL.
WANTS  A  GROWLERS' COLUMN.
Tnibi- Editor nl lbe AmaiNiK.
DEAR Silt.—1 see thai an enterprising eastern paper tins upened a ei liiinn
lu he .lev.ited exclusively In the use of
growlers, and issues a pressing in vita*
lion lnuii Ihose who hiite ugrievance
In cuu..'along uiui air it. Ever since
Kellle river run llu- ulher way,this
sectiun hns produced the Kellle Hivcr
kicker. Why nol give bin, a chance
lo kick—yes, uud buck like blazes if he
likes—Ihrnugh the columns of your
sheet ?
To he sure we have much to he
gratified for III thai a kind mil uru has
liiilll our sccllon wiih hills thai assay
several thousand dullars up nud dnwn;
I.i 11 even thus, I her
souii'lhlng thul nini rlghl
A New Drug Store
Wc begin inform tlio puhlic tlml- wc havo
uiicneii our new Drug Store uml solicit u slmro
nf Iheir pulionugo.
Buying drugs is entirely a matter of confidence, ns in no other business is nophisticntlon
easier; nor does any olher avenue allbrtl EO
ready a means of disposing of worlhlessartlclcs.
You can buy a pah* of shoes for 91 or for Jill.
It is entirely u mutter of quality, There is us
much difference in lhe ipuility of drugs as
I here Is in shoes, except in purchasing one ynu
cnn use your own judgment, nnd in haying the
oilier you ure entirely dependent upon Ihc integrity nnil judgment of the druggist, Inono
ease It Ik only a matler of comfort antl up.
pearunec, nml in the other frequently of life or
death.
If \ mi want the purest and beat drugs obtain*
able, wo solicit your patronage; if you want
the cheapest, we cannot accommodate you.
[f you need medicine, you need the best and
purest obtainable, compounded by a skilled and
experienced prcscripliunist, with the moat
scrupulous care and fidelity. \W"-':
Unman life mny be In tbe balance and de*
pOlldoilt on the prompt action of lhe remedy
prescribed; and if tbe latter be uol of standard
strength and purity the physiciau'sskill is of no
avail, nnd the puticul fails of improvement.
We carry a full lino of patent medicines, invalids' siweiulties, toilet reipiisltes, ete. in great
variety.
Mail orders receive prompt nud careful attention, and anything not in slock will he pro-
cured at mice without extra chargea.
R. N. TAYLOR & GO.
The Prescription Pharmacy
Greenwood City, u. 0.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROURH AND DRESSED
^lumber-
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CHEEK, II. 0.
.. The Gold Drop Boarding House..
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand fe
Prairie,    Kettle   river    and §$$
%3 Boundary creek  mining and ||n
p agricultural country. ffl
■" -■n?**n*-' **-tt—*-
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOXIOB.
Tim Labt Guano-* Mineral Claim.
Sltuato In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division of Yale
District.
TAKK NOTICE Hint I. W. Austin, freo
miner' oortlflonte No. 75908. by my agent,
C. Ii'H. llreon, 1*. L. S.. intond, sixly days from
llu; iluin lioiimf, Init|i]ily In tlm Mining Itccnrdlir
font oortlftoato of luipraTenwftU.for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grunt to the abovo
claim.
Ami fiu-tlmi- tako notice tliat action, under
seeliun 117. must be eonimcnee.1 before tbo
issminoo of hiicIi certificate of improvements.
liatotl this Unil day uf September, 1896.    27
MINERAL ACT. 1806.
Hamilton k McGiOvray,
Proprietors	
Vernon.b.c.
West Knil ni
lll-nurd Avt
*r^i
White : Help : Oi)ly.
Fii-sl-l'hiss iii Kvery Respect,
Kvery Comfort and Convenience.
Free Hits to iuu! from All Tniiim.
A Cull Solicited,
i^_>
Stable  :  ir) : Coi|nection
W. DALRYMPLE
Creneval     Eiacksmltli
FAIRVIEW, ti. V.
All  Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
Specialty,
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
FOREIGN  COMPANY.
(Jompiinloft1 Aet, Part IV* unil Amend-
Iny Acts.
Eastern Star Gold Mining Company
U'UHKK.N)
Reqistkukd tiik .torn Day ov ,ln,v, imm.
I I1KKKIIV ('KIlTll-'Ylhat I have Ihh. day
1 r.'gixlcivil the " KiiHlurn Htftl'Unld Mining
Company (Korolgii), uinter lhe "(Jompanloii
Aot. I'ai'l IV,'MtogUtrntion nf Knrelgn Coin-
jianicK," aud umuwllllg Aot-S.
'lhe head (itllce of (he snid Company |i -iiii
aled al the Cily of Hpokane- in lhe Slate of
Washington, U. rf, A.
Tho oujooU for whicli ihc company U Ofttab*
llshed arc: Tn huy, Hull, own,loose,ptDBpecl
fur, equip and operate mines aud mineral
datum of Iron, gold, sliver coppor and other
prceiiniK melals, and olaj'fl and niiiiomlH hm inn
a commercial value. In (he torriiory of (he
rnitedStalcsaiid of (he IWinec of Hriilsh
Cn li robin, Canada; lo buy, own, kcII, lease aud
operate mills, uoncontrnlors, smeller* and other
inachiiiery and apparatus for coiioontltltttlg
and treating oreHand iiiIiutiiIf, andalHiilohny,
own, soli, lease, develop and oporfttO water
rlgbts, ditches, fluineK and waterways ncces-
Nary nr proper for the working of lhe same; lo
huy, own, sell, lease and ooenite all tramways,
railroads, rights of way and ol her means uf conveyance ami communication to and from any
and all properties which may he owned or
least d hy mild Company ; to do generally all
mailer* and thiiiKS which may he necessary or
propor fill' the complete otijoymunl or use of
(hopOWOIU herein s.'t furlh, mid forlheeonduel.
of a gonoral mining business,
Tho capital stock of the said Company is live
liundrcil thousand dollars, divided inlo live
hundred thousand shares of ihe par value of
i Inllnr each.
Olvoil under my hand and Boallofofflooftl Vic
toriu, Province of Hi-tlli-h Colmnbia, thisSOtli
Ul'i'ly must he! day of .Inly. 1898,
Lai,   .
I RcgUtffl
S. Y. WOOTTON,
of Joinl Slock t jjiupitii I-.-.
K'-UEXiZJEijR-gS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinis of
Rough -:- and Dressed:-: Lumbep,
Shingles, ■ Ms, ■ Elc,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
Situated at the junction of -^
the Boundary creek, Marcus ife
and Reservation wagon roads, rf
Nearest point to the Colville |||
reservation mines- §$1
j  ffl
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD M
Fni' prices mul all ntberinformatlon apply tu j»S/
C. E. STUART - - - AGENT H
CARSON, GRAND PRAIRIE, ti. V. ffej
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
TlIU liKXINUTUN MlNCHA', CUIM.
-iiuu'ic Iii Central Camp, In the Kettle River
Mlnlnif Division of Vale District. B.C.
TAKK NO'l'll'K Uul wc,.l, M. Tavloi,froo
miner * tcrlillcnlu Ko,811111 ll. \V. Hum-
bbrgor, Ir™ minor's cuTtlllonte Nn. 8UM1 M.
i.|iii|.|iliiiiii|.r, froo minor's tcitlllialii Nu. mm,
nml 'riiiiuins Kirk, Into minor's col-lltlcittu Nu.
tiiitil, inlenil, sixlv ilnys limn Uio ilatc lioroof,
lo jiuiily lu Hit: M'.iiIiik Itcniinlor fur a ecrllllcato
llf illlbl'lJt'OUUIIlts, fur ilu-  pttrpiiso ul IllllllillillK
n criitt n (fritnl In 1 lm above claim.
Anil furtlior tnko notico that action, tiinlor
sot'liiill Iii. musl be eniuincnccil befuro lho
issuance nf such cerl illenle uf Ininrnv 'mollis.
Ilnteil IUI*UI. .lay nl Houtellibcr,lt>16       27
NiNERAL ACT, 1896.
CERTIFICATE   0*   IMPROVEMENTS.
1 «-«««*«»;£•««* «r>"e«ea««*e*ei
1   mj    *nT-r,nxrTAAr,   «,,     1
$1   FIREWOOD   $1
i per load.
1 Vr/sm ■»«««««««*.:-«-»««•»
If you are not troubled with
TACKS OR PRUNES
When you go to Carson call on
ED.  DRISCOLL
General Merchant, and buy your
Groceries, Tinware, Saddles and
Harness. The best lines and lowest
prices.
VERNON SPRING BREWERY
NOTIOB.
Tiii I'otthh Palmer Minkhal Claim.
Situate In 'Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
ol Ya'e District.
TAKK NOTICE Ibnl I. IS, S. Grahntn, freo
1 mlnor'a cortiflcato No. 80-180, by my agent,
V. IVollastoll, I'. I.. K., intcnil, sixty dnya from
Ilm unto hereof, to apply tu the Mining Ho-
cin-ilcr for n ctirtttlcitto of Improvi-mcnu., fur
tho purposo if nbtiitnlng it crown gram lo tho
abovo claim.
And lurlhir tnko notico that action, under
soetiun 'li, musl In. eoittuieiiced before  tlie
issuance ul such ciiritiicntu ul UnprovemeitB,
1. U.-.1 this ilmi .lay of September, 18M.     27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cci'tiflciitc  of  Improvements.
SIOTIOS,
Tub Tbxab Miseiial Claim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Mouti.
tain. In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Vale District.
TAKE NOTIOK llial I.K.S. Gi-aliant, froo
ininers i-erlilk-nlc Nu. HOW), by my agent.
V. Wtillnstnn, 1-. 1,. S.. intend, sixtv tlttys frutti
lbe dale lioroof, tu apply tu tlio Mining III).
oordor fill- n cerlillcate uf iuipn.vcllietlts, fin*
Hit. purposo ul olilniiiing it Crown grant tu tho
above cluim.
Anil imili.T lake nutiec that urliini. under
sectiun 117. must lie ciiiiiincneed befure lhe Issuance uf such eerlitlciile of improvements.
Hated this 2nd tiny ut September, Is'.m.     27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Ortifu-utc   of   ImprovementH.
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
TAE1B
Hlitin-iilc. the llntcH ami rlnces nl' Courts
of Assi/t-.Msi l»rliiH, Oyer anilTcniiln-
t>r unil Gt.uc-ral Gaol Del! very for tho
yenr Is'.lli,
KALI. AS8IZE8.
Cllnlnn Tluirsiliiy 21th Boptombor
lllclillcld Hominy, 281 li Soptombor
h'unilniips Monday, Ath Ootobor
l.j-llnn Kl-lilay, llllillclnliel*
Vornon Hominy, 121 li Ootobor
Now Weslnilsltii' Tuesdny,lli-d Novombor
Vancouver Hominy, mli Novoinbor
Vlctorln Tuesday, if Hi Novombor
Nnnnlniii Tuesdny, 211 b Novombor
Slttlngi of llio County Court of ifnlo .vill be
In lllicll us follows I
Al Midway, Nnv. II, infill,
Al (Isiiyniis. Nnv. 7, 1800.
Al Ibe hull" uf eleven o'clock ill the fiironiHin
By command,      0, A. n, l.AMlil.Y,
< ..,v i-r nt oillcc. Osoyoos, II. ('. 0.
August Mb, HUB.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
This Wah Kaoi.k MinekaIi T'i.aim.
Situated In Greenwood Camp In tho Keltic
River Mining Division of Vale District.
AKK NOTICK thai wo
1   froo minor*   rcvliflniU-   Nn.   65287,
Roborl Honzlor,
. mm
TlmtniiK 1). JohlWOH, (fOO ininer's cortlflcftto
Nu. li^llH, inlonil. sixlv doj'H frmn llio dnlt'
horonf, to apply to llio Mlnfiig Itocordorfor n
corUflcntoofimprovoraenta fm* tlio piirpn»o uf
obtaining n Crown granl to tho above claim.
Ami furthor tako notice tlmt action, under
Bootlon 37t musl be commenced hoforo tbe is-
suattce nf fluoii oTtiiioHtc uf Improvemonte,
Dated thin 25tb daj uf AngtHt, is%. 1
VERNOBT,   B,   C
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
Proprietoi-ai,
This large antl well equipped brewery has lieen re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beev, Ale  aitsi ^o^-fcex*
Of unsurpassed quality and  at prices  which  will  be found
satisfactory to the public
Special Attention Given to Orders from tie Boundary Creek Country
NACONDA HOTEL
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visitors tiillii- Boundary Oreek Mining Camps, Stop nt lbs Anaconda
Good Table - Good Beds  -  Good Liquors - Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SI'O K A N E   FA I!   " ,
P. <), Hox 582, Wast.ingloi)
notice.
Tut: DUNOEK Minkiial Claim.
Situate In Providence Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE Unit I, James Sutherland,
froo miner's ooi-Utli-aii* Nu, 80,141, uml
Itobcrl Wood, free minor'* nurliltcaa1 No
41WJ5, Intend, sixty days from ibo dato hereof,
to apply to Lhe .Mining UooimlerforaoerUtloato
of improvonionta. for tbo purposo of ubmining
a Crown grant nf ilm above olntm,
And furthor take notico that action, under
scotlon ST. must lu* iiiiiimi'iiiTil before tho
issiiiiiicii uf such corttflcate >>f imiirovuiiiuntK.
Dated this mi h day uf Augimt, l.S'Ki. 'ih
MINER AL ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
IffOTIOB.
Tiik Oko DkNoho Minkkal Cuim.
Situate In the ettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE that I, W. A. Corbett, froo
minor h oortlftcato No. _i\m, intend, nlxty
days fiuiii .hi; dale bnroof, toaimly to tho (inld
('iiiniiiisf4'iiiiu'fnrii.-'orlilloaloi)flinpn)vunioiit8
fm' llu* ii'ii'imsc uf iiliiainiiiK it crown want lo
tbo abovo claim.
And furt tier take notico, tliat aitvcrRo elulntR
must bo KOlit' to tht; tiold ('iniiiMissiimi,r unil
action commenced bt'fnro thu iiMmnew «f said
cortiflcato ol Iihih'ovoiuuiiIk.
Dated this Mt day uf July, 1806, '25
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cortiflcnto   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Tub MoMitiHOs MiNKitAi, Claim.
Situated In Imadwood Camp, Boundary Mountain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
ot Yalo District.
fpAKK NOTlGfi that 1,0, D'B. Oroon, agent
x for the Morrison Gold Mining Company,
froo minors certificate No. MliVi, Inlend, nlxl.y
days fnnn tho dnlc horoof, tn apply lo the
Mining UocordiT fn* a oortltlojiU' or luiprovo-
montH, for tho purposo of obtaining a Crown
grant in tho ubove i'lniiii.
And furthor luko notico thut udlon, undor
section37, musl bo commenced before lho Ih.
Buanco of Bnoh cortiflcato of Improvomonts,
Datod this 2nd day of Soptonihor. IWM.      1
MINERAL ACT,
Osoyoos, B.
Thos  Fetherston,
'ropnetor.
The Hotel is Situated on Shore
of Osoyoos Lake.
aad FisKiii\g.
Kruger Mountain Mines closo by.
HALF WAY
KETTLE RIVER
VjlETWEEN^*-*
Marcus and Bouudary Gmfc Points
-STAGE .STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Lipors and Cigars
George Bdwni'dfj - - Proprietor
i KM IFIOATE   OP   IMPBOTHNBNTB.
KTCi'MOB.
! Thk Alice Mineiui. Claim.
Situated n Long Lnlte Camp In the Kettle
River ti'lni,([ r,vision of Yale District.
TAKE NO! li IE Unit f, V. Wollnston, agont
fur Sir t'. rlt, lti.HR, free minor's ooHtncAto
No. Hum), intern),'sixty ilnys from thoilato
horoof, to apply tt, 'in Mining Hoeorder for a
cortiflcato of Improvements, for lho purpose of
iil.liili.inK a Crown grant to tho abovo olalm.
An.l further tnlic notico that notion, nnilor
Hculmii .17, iniiKt, hr commonood boforo tho Ir*
HUiinac nf Kiii-li (.'i'i'! illcnti. uf IniprovnllicntB.
Unlet lliis 7th .lay ol Septomlior, I8IW.      1
NOTICE,
In the Matter of I us Hamlin, Deceased.
TENDEHH will l,o received by tho un.lor-.
slgno.1 up lo noun on tho lath day of No-
ri'inbor, ISKI. lor the purohnse of the following
nilnein olr.nns. Hit.iule near Ornlld KorkR, In
Kellle HI- er Mining Ilivltii.li of tho Dlatrict of
Iftlo, viz.:
The    '■ Pusaill,.    "Unin<lnianin'H   nustlo,1'
" titllo Hello I, iiu..."nn.l tho "Coon,"
0, A.B.liAMBIiY,
Hold Conimissiuuor, THROWN OUT BY THE JUDGE.
As Everyone  Expcrteil,  The  Forgery
ClIKCB   lli-l-e   llsaiiiissi-ll   by
'uilfre  Walkoin.
Vernon, Oct. 14.—Tin- grand jury
found n trim liill in Qniwn v. Lucy,
Keightly, Humphreys nml Lind, The
accused elected to lie tried without, a
jury. Five witnesses were examined, the object, lieing to ascen-
tuiu if a verbal consent, had been given
by Atkinson to the defendants to sign
bill nf sale. This the jiiil-je detel mined
had been given, Judge decided no
forgery had been committed, and the
prisoners were dlicliarged,
The document, under ihese circuin-
became valid, and a true transfer had
been iniide.
, ►•-. ■
LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
0. L, Thomet Is Inking in the Vernon fair,
W, II. Norris Is nl Vernon Inking
in tlle fair,
W, 0. McMynn is nl Vernon iitli-iiil-
illg tlie iihsiz.es.
1. A. Diiisuiore, provincial constable
at Grand Forks, was in Midway Friday on business.
A. Nelson of Kiunloops was in llie
district last week looking up n place in
whicli to start business.
The report of the races and other
Vernon news left over until next issue
to make room for local news.
W. B. Rickards, acting townsite
agent, reports considerable activity in
real estate during the [inst week.
Ed. Driscoll, general merchant Car-
sou, passed through Midway Sunday
on liis way to the Vernon fair.
A. K. Millhorp left Wednesday for
Rosslnnd where lie will start in business as au architect and ilriiuglilninaii.
G, Morgan, who has been a resident,
of Midway for the past six months,
left last week for Trout creek where
he will winier,
G. Shin-son has given up lhe Golden
Gale hotel at, Fairview, nnd 111 all
probability he will move down to
Boundary creek and start in business.
At. Okiinagan Fulls Mr. .Snodgrass
has all the uiaierial ready for lhe erection of a Hue hotel, which hei'imti-ni-
pliiles getting ready for tho spring
trade.
G. 1*. Mcdiidily is en-cling a two-
story addition to his hotel nearCainp
McKinney, and will at the nexl silling
of llie (.-...ut apply for a retail liquor
license.
Mr. and Mrs. Neilsun, who have been
visiting .Mrs. Kcilfer of Anaconda fo
some lime, have gone to Rossland. Ml
Nellsouisa prominent mining man of
Mexico.
«
Customs Officer Kruger of Osoyoos
is in town spending a few days with
his family. Mr. Kruger reports considerable activity In mining ou Krugei
mountain.
T. McAuley of the Midway hotel left
on Sunday last lo visit the Spokane
fair. While out Mr. McAuley will go
up to Northport to inspect, somo min
iug property in whicli he is Interested.
J. McNicol, general merchant Midway ami Anaconda, is taking in the
Spokane fair. He will he gone about a
month, nud intends taking a tour
through the Kootenay country l.tfore
returning.
Dr. Bell-Irving, of Vancouver, represent ing the Alliance Prospecting Syndicate (English capital), spent lhe past
week visiliutr llu- camps iif the district.
He thinks very highly of the prospects
of Boundary, and is coming back this
fall, The doctor was returning from
a trip lo flu. Slocan, where his company has made large Investments,
Forbes M. Kerl.y, (J. E„ has received
instructions In goon at once with survey of irrigating ditch to supply Midway townsite and the Murray and Sullivan ranches with waler from Boundary creek. Tenders will be called for
on completion of plans. With an assured water supply, Midway may now
In. considered the best, residential point
in lhe lower country. The Townsite
company are to lie congratulated upon
their awakening from a long sleep.
A large number of cheques have
lately been received ill. the government
office, Midway, from ihe United Slates
lis payment for records, transfers, ptc,
These should l.e made out for 25 cell I s
more than llu- requisite fee, the bank
exchange being 25 cents. Heretofore
the recorder has paid the two bits out
of his own pocket nnd wrilleii lo the
parlies of the shortage, lind in many
cisi-s received no answer. In future
lhe cheques, will be sent hack unless
Iheir face value covers the bunk exchange.
0, II. Melville shot a bear last week.
He uud Dan McOliuig were on a hunt-
trip together, and here i.s Dan's de-
script ion of tbe engagement: "Charley
and I were nosing around the hills
looking for mule deer or anything else
that needed killing, I guess I was
about lot) yards away when I heard
Charley's cannon commence talking.
Then I heaul a bear speak in an ex*
filed tone. Guessing there was going
to be some fun, I thought I might just
hs well drop around and referee (he
scrap. You know a Wounded hear nnil
Illl old bear hunter arc the most suspi-
ous animals in (he |world—one's afraid
the other's going to cot and run for it.
When I sighted Charley and the heal
they were aboul. 125 yards apart—both
excited, talkellve and hot as Masses—
the hear getting oyer the fallen limber
as fast as possible, and Charley just
a humping himself over the logs between shots, towards the bear. Charley
telling the bear where the next bullet
would hit, and lhe hear telling Charley
there would be nothing left of him hut
the remnants of an Irish brogue.
When within about thirty fuel of each
other, both slopped, Charley on top
of n fallen tree and tne bear on another
Interspersed with a voluble How of
pure Anglo Saxon, Charley informed
lhe bear that lhe next shot would lake
effect right in the eye. Not to l.e outdone ill oratory, lhe bear started on
a description of how lie was going Io
to fragmentize Charley, The ot-ntlou
was fatal to the hear, Charley plugged
biin iii ilie eye, according to previous
notification. The bear died, lle was
8 feel fnnn lip to lip and weighed less
Iban half a Ion,
MINING   NOTES.
Twenty men are now at work oil the
Victoria, constructing buildings, etc
It Is Intended lo .run a tunnel on the
claim lo lap lhe vein al a depth of 100
feel.
The parties having the Old England
under bond arc expected in a tew days
to make the final arrangement for lhe
transfer of lhe property. The Old
England Is situated near Camp Mc.
Kinney.
On the south fork of Rock creek,
Copelanil k York are taking good pay
out of Iheir placer claim. As soon as
winier sets ill lhey will turn their attenlion to the developinenl. of their
quarlz property located near the same
creek.
Five men are placer^ mining on
Wliiteuian's creek, on tbe west side of
Okaungaii lake. Two claims are being
opened up with drains, which are in
ahout 20M feet iu length. Those drains
will he carried on until bed-rock is
reached, and if it is not found possible
to do so by this means, then shafls
will be sunk, A small amount nf pay
is being derived from the gravel now
passing through the sluice boxes.
A new strike of rich ore has been
iii.nl.. on tiie Maple Leaf claim In Camp
McKiuney. Air. Lynch, lhe owner,
has recenlly heen carrying on development, and instead of working in lbe
old shaft, he opened up new ground
about aiJO feet fuilher west, Afler
running an open uul for aboul 21X1 feel,
he came upon lbe ledge, and on sinking a few- feel, encountered the richest
ore that, has ever lieen taken out of lhe
claim. The Maple Leaf is on the same
vein as llle fan.,ills Caiiboo mine,
The Big Windy on Eholt Creek has
paused into the hands of New York
capllalisls, (!. L, Thomet aud Spencer
Beiiiieruiau had inleresls in Ibis claim.
The Fremont, iu Providence camp,
iinui her of Mr. Thoinel's claims, and
the Highland Chief in Smith's camp,
have also been sold lo the same parlies. Mr. McLean owned a half interest iu the Highland Ohelf, Mr.
Hotfinier made the purchase on behalf
of lhe New York people, and he was
introduced lo our camps only a few
days ago l.y Mr. Shallonlierger.
Lust summer a Hit was raging on the
west fork of Rock creek, and everyone
deplored lhe destruction of timber, It
would .sei-oi, however, some good
would come out of ll, as the country
having been cleared, ininers have been
able lo prospect the ground, with the
result thai, some fifteen or twenty
claims have l.eeu staked and recorded.
One of the first discoveries made was
IheCanieroiiian, and lhe owner, Alex,
Cameron, is now developing his
properly liy driving a tunnel, which
will lap the ore body al a di pill of 200
feet. From the appearance of the ore
llle cluim is liable to he a very valuable
one, as assays from surface rock,
in gold, silver and copper, ainouiil to
-jM per iuu. Many of the claims surrounding the Caiiieronian are owned
by Vieloria people, and no doubt he-
fore long a goud deal of work will In-
done on Ihem,
A report was current in the early
part of last week llial work was to he
discontinued on lhe Weir properties,
but rich strikes having been made ou
the Mother Lode and No. 7, tl is probable that work will be pushed in.ire
vigorously I hall ever. The strike in
the No. 7 is of extra.irilliinry richness,
the ore lieing a solid galena rich in
horn silver, and carrying aboul pill in
gold lo the ton. The ore of llle No. 7
was always known lo be of Iiiiii grade
bill this strike iu solid ore at a depth
of 1110 feet bus demonstrated bey..ml
a doubt its richness, iiutl that Central
will be one of Ihe great camps of lhe
province. The No. 7 has a surface
showing of S00 feet iu width and al)
high grade ore. Its position geologically is a perfect example of a contact
vein. The present holders of lhe bond
nu this properly are not, allowed by
the owners to ship ore until the bond
is paid in full, otherwise lhe present
holders would probably haye been
hipping long ago-even ut the large
xpense entailed in doing so. It is
said lo l.e the iiite.ilion »f the management to erect works wil bin a short
dial-Mice of the mint), they having up-
plied for two mill sites. This is hul
another Instance that the mines of
Boundary Increase In value with depth,
Send Tour Order to
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Drain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, B. C.
Estimates furnished upon ap-
prication for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime and other material kept constantly on hand.
J. W, l<EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C. '
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty,
All Work Warrtllltcil.     o3-2m
ABMSTR01 HOTEL.
H. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
Fii-st-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
Job Printing,
'THE ADVANCE."
AT THE-**—
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
ings,ie,
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
WANTED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In tho Boundary Crook District to know
Ihnttho
Ma Vista Fruit Raneh
KELOWNA, B. O,
For -■".'■ —
I APPLES
I PEARS
1 PLUMS
Ha HAH.iSi^lUliH.iHAH.iili
T.I TtlT.li.lT.IT.IT.ITST.IT.i
Write for Prices ti,
J.   L   PRIDHAM,
CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK I'UEKK.
EC.   ri«.*.B»x€lriBrlx,   Wl-g-xv
K.llMT-l.l.AHS    ACCOJ.1MOI..ITION   Kl.lt  Ul'KSTH.
GOOD STABLING
crKxoelloiit Mining on K1.11I0 Rlvor,.**
H. WRIGHT
Anaconda, B. C.
Orders by stago strictly attended to. Address
Anacanda Mercantile Co's store.
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
for35cat
Anaconda, li, C.
S. A. IH k CO,
(Successors lo It. N. Taylor)
Columbia street. Greenwood city, it. o., has
opened with a nice stock of Groceries, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stationery, etc, A call is respectfully
solicited.
OLSON &PHELAN
1). MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Work Kxecnlod lo the Satis-
faction of l-uitoninrit.
SITUATION WANTED.
An oxpcrlenei-il cook and housekeeper ilcHirci.
a situation. For parliculun. and rofcreni.es
apply in person or by letter to
MRS. W _ LYONS,
2i. Okanagan Falls. 11. c.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C
IS
Vernon, B. C.
Keep a Klr-.t-l.lanK stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TO—
MAIL ORDERS.
iWrOKKICK BOX 111.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is heroby nlven Ihal sixty days
afterdate, I inlend to apply to the Ohlof
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for per*
mission to purchase the following lands, situated in the Osoyoos division of Vale distriet:
All the unoccupied portion of the wost half
of section 1!), township (18, and all lhe unnoou*
pied portion of the cast half of scetinn 'ii,
township 67. JOHN CAMPBELL,
July 4th, 18911. 2fi
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that*- sixty days
from dale, 1 intend applying lo tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase Lhe following tract
of land, situated in the Osoyoos division of Yalo
district, and more particularly described as
follows, viz.: The north half of section 27 and
tho south half of seelion ill, township St, 00tt*
Slating of GUI acres. VV. II. NOItltlS.
Midway, Sept 1,1800. 27
J. McNICOL^
Dealer in
General   IMCe-pcli.et.xi.di'se-'
AOENT FOR
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FBANCISCO,
Powueii Maqazinh at Anaconda.
ps sooniii.
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C,
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, B, C.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
j. a*, wh
PBOPRIITOB.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Lipors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is I lu-C'mitrnlTo«'ii|iinil Supply Point of the Boimditi'v
Ori-ek Mining Camps. From this Neiv Town mails
Iriul to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are S.'lliii({ Freely nnd 11    n Oood Inii-stnipiit.
Kor Prii'i- of Lots nnd Oilier Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Olty, Buumkry Greek. B, ('.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A.  K. Stuart, Vancouver,  B. C.
AI'HAt TN VI, AM) SIMH.K MKTIIOO
of matting sulphide ores, nuchas nickel,
Coppor. K"M and silver ores, In localities
where lend ores and fuels are ncarce and almost unattainable, our pvrltlo. water Jackotod
Matte Sin.ilinr Ini*., li.-i-ii rcCOgnlxod with highly
satisfactory results, and has boon thoroughly
tested on various pvritlc, sulphide and arsenide
oros, iu capacity of 2 to 80 tons nf oro per day.
Il Is tho most practical, cheapest, and simples!
method of gold und silver ore mall inland run*
eentnitliig that is known to-day.
IL requires no extraordinary skill, no lend
ores, no lluxlug material, and no fuel of any
kind for the smelter after it Is slarled. The
sulphur in the ore Is Its natural fuel only, and
itseost has no comparison with any other process of concentrating.
We are prepared to furnish any size or capacity plant complete to substantial minim*
people, sot it up and furnish our men lo run it
for them on easy payments. Prices and spoctfl*
cations furnished wiih references and tesii-
mnnialsoii application.
National Ore & Reduction Co.
572(1 Choltenham Avenue, HL l/mls. Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
-vn it-
Nickel, Copper, Cold, Silver and Lead
'-15*1 OBBS.
NOTICE.
Iiosl, near Dog Ijikc, two li--iit gray work
horses, one branded with a circle S ■>» left
shoulder, and tlie other branded S I with a
U bar under on left shoulder.
Any one returning said horses lo Mr. Snodgrass, Okanogan Kails, will receive a reward of
$.20 from the owners. K, JOHNSON.
25 F. 0OQDNER,
W. B. PATON
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GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .
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STRICTLY   FIRST-CLA' S
Snt-ATKii os TIIK Mais Hn.n to I'ori'KU,
iikai'11'i...h. SKV1.UIK. gbkbnwo  loot Terms: $1.60 to $2.50 per Dai
I.AKK ASI. OTIIKII HllOS'llAIIV ClIBKK ('AMI'S.
HOTEL KALEMALK.
-  -  -  VERNON, B C.   -  ■  -
PADMORE & PEEI^S    -   -   -    PEfOPHIETOI
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIC KETTLE  RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for lhe Woek
Ending October 13. 1896.
urroiiEK H.
Hill Top, Wellington uiunp, A. 8.
Bltu-k.
S|.iiili-d Horse, Proyidonce ciinip, A,
ti. Black.
M.uiiituln Vi.'iv, Mill creek, I. A.
Diiisiiini'e.
Toledo Xiiii.iii.il, llniivn's eninp, II.
Hiiffinnn.
i —- ■ .
ft
Golden Reef, ' inlci.l't, A. ll.ll-v..
heeli to Siinin* V. ('begum. .
Tiger :: iulerest, li. II. Han.ill io 11   i "*,, '
W W.ili,*.-,.
lliu. il  Hitch, i Interest, 11.  II. I
Hiiuiill toG. W. Walli'i's. |
I'lill'iiik, 1 interest, Sinn. .I.'iis.'ii in i V\ e have commenced IhiMiiainilactufe ol  1'lotir and are in
H;B Hull."
Oy nl lli .ui, ;, interest
S.-ini Jensi.li,
ABANDONED,
OOTOBEB 8.
ti. P., Providence cnmp, I). A,
FLOUR We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
ARMSTRONG & LAWDER
M ii Hull in ■ ['le business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: I Unitarian, XX XX, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in lhe dis-
Iriiii Queen,  Kh-.lt   creek,   Jnines hrook.
RiUlmi-dsoii, OOTOBEB 12.
Sonunil, ('lurk's i-ria-k, E, Clark and \   tit. M.-iniiii-. Central cnmp. Clement ' t|-ji:L     ()ur |]oul- |las ])Qf.n pronounced the superior of any 110W
M. F, Biennis. ! Vuchi-I-,
KOOTENAY   OIL   FIELDS.
U I* (t'rii. i ii uial), (iritiiilt* mountain,
wnshingti.',., Brown's creek, w.s. I 0nen{ lhll vurio.is rdsonrefs of Knstl Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
manufactured in British Columbia,
tare, - Tinware - ani - Stoves
AMAMS-1DA, B. C.
iii
DLTOBEH II
Wn,ulslink,  KiiiiIii
| Kootenny Vi'iiillng for dcvclopuicni i*
"*,"' .,        the petroleum-finlnd in ill" Fliilheud
1,'l'lv   llllllli, I), l ■.;,,', „
valley, iii ilu- wnillieustl'in porlion of
i tins dlslrlcl, Tin-, i.a n si-i-lion ol'
ciiimli-y bul liifl.-
sepiu-iiled froui ilu
dlslrlel liy ii high 1'iiiige of nionntiiitis,
Tin. iiiii urn I out Icl  uf Ihu valley is
Armstrong, B, C.
M i A ii Inn.
Empress, Oopper cnmp, 0. II. Uur.
Innil.
Brandon (frncltnuul),I(iiiihci'lyrniup
T. A. Ii;i, Innil.
Region (fi'iictlumil,) Long Luke, T.   ,        ,,.,,■
,   ,,    ,     ,                                              .lnuii llu- l-i.illii'iul iivi-i inlo .Mouluuii .
A. (iiiil.iiiil. ,  ,,
lUT.IIIKII  1(1. I 1111.1 III.' II.'ill..sl    I'llilt'OlllI   IS   Ilia (-.-.'ill i
Imperial, Scull lecu  It Clark.        Northern.   801111. years ngpnilcnliou
Golden Q 11, Di-nilwnod .,,,„■,, |-', ' wnsoullcd in lliis section lliriuigh the
W, Power uud Alex, Grelg. 1 "ii'llngof crndii oil in llu- possession of
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating unil Cook Stoves, Woodenwnri., Basil
mul Doors, Paints und Oils, hus lieen scli-rled to ineet the
i'ei|uii-eiiients of tlio country, uud will ho found most complete.
S-peoifa/ltbies
Gi.li- Iii, Grand  Forks, F. Col.org. Sloi.y Indians, who ,1 ally limit,.,) i^-m^^T^mT^^ ;   J»
1 lu this vnlley, and lhey ivere induced %)(,£ j ■,'-.;-■---'
to show soinii iniuei's where lhey oh- gffa    THE   FUTURE
Jessop's Sieel  (any size); San Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse ; Miners' Outfits,
_l
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Pi-otnpl nnd Ourefiil Attenlion ul n Reasonable. Figure.
§P I Armstrong & Lawdor, ik Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
¥
i
tffl
Alaliutiiii,   Hopper   cuuip,   Uhurlis I" lliis valley, and lhey were 1
Brown,
Tnlly-llo, Welling cuuip, John (J
Oliier't,
Ainu, Skylark cimp, John (I. Ohlurl ; eoiiipluinls of all kinds.  Tbe nurfni c mJS
iii'i'oiinu 12. : iu.li. ul inns nn'g I, and IwiulllTeri-iit Vvrji
luiiu-.l the oil, which the Indians were WMjJ
iu Ilm lialiil of using us a lueillelne for: AfjflS
ttlM
if
iii'i'oiinu 12. ; in.li. ul inns nn. g I, and Iwiulllteri-nt JhrfftJ
Wiiuetn, Norlh Fork, P. B. Liiiiiilxfl1"'1"1™'''»•' hnvo hero oliluliii-d ut\WBS,
nml (J, Grain. Klslineeiui  creek,   11   shorl   distance  "M     Iff
Silver Basin, Norlli  Fork,  F,  11.  "".'ll' oMlic Internal i.inul lioiintki-y I |ggg    AU
Liiiinlz,
lint tier. Hunter's eninp, F.ll l.aniii/,
Don, Musl Fork, ('luis. Granl.
Buckskin, G ren wood eanip, 11. S.
McKenile,
Evergreen (frucllonal),   Grceuwiiod
cuuip, 1). S. "ilelConzlc,
Payinnsler, Wesl, Foi-k,[;J. 0. linns.
octobEB Hi burns freely mi ignition.   Some of Ihis
Times, Skylark camp, II. Lainh.        ! "N K  '" ""' '.''"lo'-.ir.il liinstfum al
RAILWAY, MINING AND ffi
■   «#?
ft-8M
§ jftniisti Livery, Feei and Sale State
 •■ najSl
Hue,   A hliiek oil similar to lhe Pi-liu- fy/fl
sylvniiln nnd Ohio oils is f.iund,  On.'jJjftjt;
Sage creak, s - eiglll   uiiles  1101 ill, 'ftVia
I here Is found nn nil  ilm  is neurly nJgSu
pur.., of n light yellow color, wiilch BMg.
will burn in a liiiup us ii comes from SJUM
IB
fie Kettle live?
IIT!
_m Good Single and Double Drivers, and
llS Gentle Saddle Horses.
S
Mi
No, 11 (friicliulinl),  Hum.buy Full*
Otlnivn,  ,-nti*.'il   ennsiderab
! lui'iit uml  i-oiiinu'iil.    uml
ilicgrnuuil.  ci..,- by there is natural \jm* Lf)ts on gasv Terms to Actual Residents.
giiseseupiiiK from the liimrork, whini   ••'n*^ ,—^.,-^„.,,—:-,.,...,.-„--.„,..-*_.,^-,---v--=:--.~--,,,-..-^.~ria.
fep For Particulars Apply to 8   :'\
i  • •■ - M-lll _±1H2EL ""'"" --±££3 ft
ai* "' * Fll,ls' '■ ^^C^^XJi^^ SB j -•B-c- M,m.,„,,„,i, ||
GHllei-lug Fnr, Kinibi-rly cninp, M. j ps"*! "it-'Ht, niitiln n[specinl I rip lo "ie fifjfcl '''    "'
11 San. Is,      '    Tvnlley.unil wns s„,-|,rlse,l I, 1 I ^^J^r*"'■'■T"^"''!:^"!::= - ^^^^'^^i
«.".e  Kiuili'ly cn„,„, M, alciigi'iiuine iindnlsolhii, i, ,;,a tadj^^^; ^^-._ ;_■',_, m^WSSBM
PftC!(
1-sOfiSES
AND
GUSBSS
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIE9
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
ni
j     uiuuu      xuinu,
ji. l-'. i-'oi.oi.'R, I'ltuPun-'/roi;.
I c.
M Aeeoiiiodation anil Moderate Charges.
E3"ta> C31s.i3iL©*3© X.
Hull unil S. ,1. Jenson. in !l"' 0' Il'i'in ft.i-nmlhm, whicli wm
Uldhuek, Kiiulierly cninp, l.nni. .1.  s lll"'K  ""known,  us nil  the oil
Jetisen- Ileitis recenlly iliscoveri-d have lieen In
Oyiiiliinii,  Kiinl.i-rly cunip,  SI. D.  Tieillon liniesloue.   Direclly .due easl
ft.,]] | of .Sage creek, lllld on III isleni slope
Wiuei'ly, ICiiuborly l-uuip, U. ti. Collins uml .Iaiui A. Crawford.
OBHTIKICATKS Of WllUK.
OOTOBEIl 8.
Uiinntlii, Win. Hall.
Buck, Jnini's lilcliirdson,
Green Moiintiiin, ,ltitnes lilchui-ilsm
Loin King. Win. Hall,
Pi-ssiidoiiii, ,1, M, OToole,
Fl Puso, .1. .ll. OToole,
'Tunnel, F, VV, McOarrcn,
Parugiiii, .1. M. in'-...le.
Suowshiic, li. Delizlrr.
OOTOHEH I).
Loulsii, Hugh Mt-IOivi'ii,
Wiiple Leaf, Hugh Mcl'iven,
Puss Creek, Hugh McUwnn,
Vai i-ooier, Hugh SIcEiven.
OCTOHEIt 11).
Utipllcnte, Win, Sliuw.
iputarin, Win, Siuuv.
Inni Chief, Geo, Heiiilerson,
Golden Eagle, Goo, Henderson,
Broken Hill. .I'liii Holm.
Wibl Rose, A. II. Highland.
TBAJfSt'KUB,
iif lhe luiilil ridge of llie Rocky luoi'lll
lams, in Alberta territory, ibi-re nre
pleiily of siiia'ace indications iif crude
oil, .And the llndlllg of these itiilii'n*
lions over a large tll'eil, llllll ill thuisilinc
fnriiuiliiin, would go lo show llial
lliere is a large oil Held naming capital
to develop It. And we. mny expecl
Ilinl iu III.' mail fill ilm lbe oil lialds in
Ensl Kootenny will be knmvniill over
lhe world.—Fort Steele Prespt'cloi-,
T   P.MoLEOU,
Barbistbr, Solioitob, E'l'l
Akaconoa, H. C.
GRAND FOR
f'fti iT*\ ¥
a a      jl        H 	
STRICTLY
©
Gr3Pisi.Ta.ua
GEO. P. MiMS, Proprietor.
:r?ox?Z2~s3 ES. C.
ST QI.ASS.
JERM8 IB 160 AND $2*00 PER DAY*
g.-jrA ■•. ng* -j: '.-.—••:- - -— * .-o.--.~-7--.
Prospcetors' Livery, M and Sale SialiluS
Finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
EOUMDAEY HO
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   (loud Slubling,   Terminus of Stage Line
From Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
n~r "Ki ii'.-;t.'.i.vj*''''wt *
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE RIVER, I). ('.
Itoate in tie Immediate Vicinity of tlie Bonndfipy Creok Mines.
Grand Forks, il. 0., Below the Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses oni Laiios' Saddle Horses Fire,eInssaccommodation^;u:^lin, Publi, sta,eLines
U''I J] 5      I  "f   'I : i : liay, GrEiii! and ^;cc-J foi* Sa^o. j   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection,
ill!    Lllllll!Teaming °* AU  Kinds  a Specialty.Imclarenbros.     ....     proprietors
If you wunl lo poinl up n cabin,
! plaster a house or luiilil a fuuiiduli.m,
I call for lime nt
hi 1,1 III   I—*r-*a."=s«c^;-~
Geo. T, Wells' Lime Kiln
OCl'OHUH II.
Ceuler, all inleresi, Otto Dillier lo Ii
G, 'I'll.in.psoll, I
I!..bin Ailnir, 1 inleiesl,.!. K. John- ]
son to (I, |{. Peltyjolin, OlDre, Ueiulell k Go's Slot'
Lend King,! inleresi, 0, F, Hninllii Boittidai-y Fulls, II. i
I., il. 11.,uiiin.
OOTOBEIl S.
New .luck of Spudes, t\ interest, F, i\\
Kei'liy In Uio.iienl Vueher,
.,*,,,..,,      ,        , . .      ,    ATOTirMia horroby given Mail, iixtv days
New .lack ol Similes, muse J inleresi,   pi\   afl«r ilnlo lioroof,lliitinidliinpiily to tlio
Forbes M.  lierby tu Cle.neu; Vacher; il-..'.roi.l.; u-.. ■•I.i. t ^i'.iiiiiiii.-iioii-,- ,i Uiuls
anil .1. JL, I. II. (lire.
Aiiu-i ii mi Eugle, i interest,.I, Diifor
loll. W. Ilieks.
NOTICE.
Iron unil sixty ucros. inure in- li
KtlUllto ill llicllaiijnaa lilvlslnllllf Villi- District,
ina,.'i'i.aaa..,. al Hriilsh Cnlumbtn, vl«.i
L-ommgncli-K in Il.o norlli worn nor
,,   ,, nnrlh west inii'i'ter uf Rocliuii nliinlnnn, loivi
Hulller, "i interest, 11. I, lonuiln toUhlinlstyjilKlit, running tlmnco north lii'onl
ftirty cliulns, llicnuo hoiuIi
iilxly chnlns, mon) or loss, lu llio -lh bank ,if
ICelllurlvor, llioiicosn n i...i'lh-.i,.'sioily.llrai!*
Itnii. I illnii'liig i.ioiinilorbiiis uf river In pnlnl uf
onin-iiJii.-oiiionl.      llli'.IAIt.i .1. HAVIia.
Imtoil MilsISthiliiy nf Ho|iioinlior, Iffl.    2
M!t!E.'!AL ACT. IC93.
(I. W. Averill.
IIITIIIIMII II.
Hamilton, | luloresl, M, I, Robinson
In It ('. MeAlllinr.
IlllllliltOl), 1 illtl'l'l'al, JI    T. H lllillallll
lo Jlnry (fiirliiiul.
iii'l'iilil'ill HI.
liiiplicie, l inleresi, W. ll. Ricknnls:    Oef-lUoata ol Improvements.
to Wm. Sliuw,
< nf ill luloresl, c. II. Biiiwii lo wOTicn.
!- F. .Vllllnuis. tiik .luMiio JiiNiiim, cum,
VMMhl «"!-, Edwni-dTliiiin toL|ll||U0(. |n Cmw Ctm |n Uio |(olUo
C. H. Brown, nivcr Mlnlns Division of Yalo Dlstrlot.
UeiilerSlnr, | inleresi, W, Scllllliiclt  •--,-.:;>: (jo'l'li i: Mini I. tllnw llHQrecn, in.
lo   Neil   Mrt'iil     Clns    II,v   nod'      in-i-iilfni'T. L, luvngo, f.-co minor's nerllll-
'"   1,,U    ,"1'"1    l "'"'•    '">    """-,.,,,. \,.,',i,|. .|.l.l.llai!,.|l.l'i nniina.-.i-
F'i/.u Jli-t'a!luui. ,iii.aiii..;\...nviI.ia'.. iid.Hlxirilii-rs'ruiiilhi't.nIo
„,, , , , , ii ,, -, herenf, tnunnly lu lho Miu un l-.i-mmlei.for n
Ihiirsduv. 1 inleresi, 11. P, lorinil,,       u 1Vliii|.i'..ioinciil",for llie purposool
to.lo-.ei.il (ii'liiins. iililnliiliiKnl'rowiigmiillolhi iihuveelulm.
,,'.,„.. ,,   ,. I    l"l I ulher lull., notlaa thnl a ■:,-,,. nudn
I >... 11 1   lllicll,   I1   Interest,  V. 0. Uocliuii H7. ai ho roiiuiii-nrail heforo the Is*
VV-,ai,l,i,,.ii I,, 11   il   II Ill I sunn (suuli corlltlcntonf Imiiriveiiienli.,
u.isiiiiiiiii in ii. ii. ii.iinui. i   |,.|||,:|||||;7,|, ,i,.,j. of:',-!,:,.,:,!,,.,., lam.      i
Tiger, il iiileies:, U. 0. Wusllborii to
D
raiRNIT
-^^t_<_(0j_yS!3^~~
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CABMASS JIT ARRIVED
-^UPHOLSTERING**—
ROSSLAND, B, C, VERNON, B.'ff,
-*/V^vv>^v-->w/K/-\^'-^/v\/*
--if^.'i  *'S*xm****mt'mr^ M*n*Hi +.mcw
THE FASHION
FEED - LiVipy - |ip - S/ILE - SJ^lBliES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Morses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
: VEEHOH LIYBRY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
_ ftiftfto agawtfawu^
Good single ancl double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
II. II. Han.ill
Josie, 1 Interest, Ed, Dnvls to J, W
Young,
Ellin-!', J inleresi, ,L 11. Henderson lo
1. ,1. Finns,
Yorkshire Luss, J inleresi, C. Ilur
rliigluii in Aug. .liicksnii uml .1. E
Aiinslrong,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Coi'tllloilto   of   Improvements,
•*xro*rrosi.
Till.; bEXIN'OTON MlNBIIAI. Cti.tlM.
Sltuato In Conlrol Camp, Kott'c Rlvor Mining Division of Yulo District.
AKK NOTICE Mini [, John A, Coryell, lu
,,   ,,     . i -T-AKI-: -.'i.Tirla Uml l.J.ihn A. c.i-v.-ll. us
Svengali, J Intei'e.il, (. Il'irniigluu    ( „.„.M r„r ,i. t,,- i..r. tv.-, i-iiiai- . ni a a..
t" Aug,, ksou miiI ,1. E. Ai'iusli'ung ' JM '^'^''.iftft'^: 'ftft:;,'^
Tl'llhv, '  Inleiesl, C. tlurrillglon lo  lho Into hereof.t" ana!, lo llio M II.
. -a . ...    ni       i...-  fur ilu
FHE „.-.
f
[
rftj".'>.
\ y~*i
Greenwood City, Boundary Ckeek, B. C
jft~\ *; -\
Jt
gentle double ancl single drivers and saddle horses.    Horses
boarded by- the week or month.   Box stalls if desired, Horses
broken to harness, nnd horses and cattle sold on commission
We have jusl opened lhe above hol.-l al Greenwood City, nml ure propnrod
In welcoiue guests and provide go.id iiccomiiiodillioil. Hood Cut.'ling. First
class Livery Sin hie.
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.  Corner Mission and Tronson sts
W. Gardner, Proprietor,
WOOD St WESTEI
.,,,,,,,,,.,, v.B.& P. B. NELSON
OKAN^_
fcj/,
Aug Jock, .a nnd,I, !■'.. Vriii-.li, ui
Van can now pur I
lallls, sldngloi iiiiiI nil oils
- a Innil. - -.. - ■.
FELOWNA, B. C,
* ^«-r*rr'jr^iti«c'-«)*~*ifr,-Kr*r--ciK*a*jri^^
■'■■ '.ir«>mi■ I iluin'-. bcaiiHfnlly mmlcanil flntolictli window sn-.li,
[mlsofUui]   iinui iiinf ,ul lliuOknimttttii kwnilll.     (tbiiKli mid
liamt,     Onk'fH !'  l-'-iil" mvor clbitrtul flolicUcil nml prim -
, . ,  . , -i.    i
||l  l|l     '.:   '
RESERVATION TRADING  COY
Cnrsun, B, P., nnd Reservation Store, Nelson, Wash.
General .v Merchandise
And Miliers'Oul Ills ol' nil descriptions,  Our stock is large
nml complete nnd we believe you will Hnd
Our  Prices an  Object
..ii   Fuh

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