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 Vol. II, No. 4.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 18.94
$2.00 per Year,
W. T. SHATFORD I
Kit
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We iihvnvs have mi hand ;:  well selected slock of tlm  following goods iA
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ili£li£liSiH,i£'AH.iH,iH.i£li£lin.tfi1i£ltJi1iS& DISTRICT XOT13S. i  I    inlli   inuiorltuil  where the bub
'l>Cil<lV.|l.ll 4,''ft ftftft ft 40. {ft 4.\-f4,\ *,--«'    .(. Ct\ ft ft ft ft ft t,\ ft '       .     ' In
ry                                                                                                                                  i'S *                                              colllnill   l li  Clipper nnd  gold,
if,                                                                                                                 (•£ There   was  a   considerable  lack of I'lrrnrs arising I'nnii hnpi'i-feel  extriic-
-ft seed grain in Keltic river Ihis fall, es- lion   of   silver  during   purl ing  urn
-ft peciiilly fall wheat, more   ciniiinnii   Ihaii    is   generally
£& The piirchiis.'s niailo by Mr. \Y. T. ;s"l'l ''•     ■"    :'    smilPl1'    fl'""!    "
JK Smith from .Mr. .Scholield in Ihe .Sum-! '"    wlli''1'    ll'"    '"'"""'
Si, mil t'linip have been coiupleieil, —  '     ''ituiil lin   gold  In cole
if n ,      ,                     .      ,   .,.    ..       .1 ii'i I'li per ei hi of -ib' a.   The iissiivh
i.i,    "nli iibniil two and n u ill - ol ,                  ,  .
.av .,                            . i: al  In   ■ mi it   iii ihe regular manner
at                                                                                                        • .  grannie, i I , e letpured in make n ,      ,         .
-,v                                                                                                   -„.- •     ,. ci" i"'      at I      cs al hsunont, bul
X,                                                                                                                                 X   '""' neclilifi (il   ■  a.       I  Willi  Ihe .,,,.,        i   ■             , .
iS.                                                                      IV                     I      -sir           t            ,    i'S. ,,         i OIIC  '  ill   llllll '    Ileum Used III  I Ill'lUlg.
x JDTiors   ^sTftfhanl - " w        ' !   "„,, -..-u,..h,.i.
(fi             _»-»----_ UOllllfei    lliOi-jLfllll   X The Iirsl real snow sl             Ihe               , ,.. ,, . , „,,., ,-,, ,,^,|,L 	
ft " r'  -■•  ''" river catiie In I  Prid.iv  n,,. ,MJ||,„, „    ,    ,*„, ,,:■,,,,,.,. lh.
," , " I                     nl' ui   ;   iiicin
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..;.• lbs p,    11,." eoiinlry  noi    j
''JV v if) ivinlt j   ; j ■ iriini e.
I, THOMPSON
1 UUui ib'b« UlOijliiilii.s
/ (_J t t*J « war -JI Mr
iry Goods, Gents* Furnishings,   *  ■ »ml ^™ *""
toes,  Hardware, Etc., Etc.ll
liiiAi.i'i; in
: lii-ll sllilllld     alia
i"i.-.| II ■■ |i irl -        ..inil part
!'■::    I  il   all
A :\   ■  ;: winlr; i [ipeiin lice, of gold, nn      lleited a  steel iiuvil, urn
Jj, Grocerlss, Dry Goads, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps X    -'''"■'-• Ucm'-ier, t. Johnson, ti, 1.. . j,;... . in small pniveiain mud-
'ft 'ft  liuinherirernuitoiii'ii   two oil]   'sure  hli-suud ililiile nilfie nciil 1H11. (Ier. Hill
ALL AT THE LOWEST CAJ5H PRICKS,
-ft  lluinlierger and oneo  Iwn ulli   '.sure  lile.'inud dilitle uilrie ueiil |Sp. (Ig. I'lll|
Ready and Custom Made ilothing; $;?yopuring their   whi'er  qu-u-tt-i    ii   is mi.lc.l,   Tbe ibhs nre placi'il 011
4T>  I /1  1 .11.1. , .   , ....
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.JI
Fairviev/ and Vernon,
Boots and Shoes
Kit
7$
J. THURBER, Prop.
# Pleasantly Situated at tlie Foot of Okanagan Lake.
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
\V;is ington,
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Good Boating and Fishing.   Eow Boats and Sail Yaciits for Hire.
*-1 ■   ■- ■ 1	
.                    Si (ii    'ia, nd, s.i :b il ill ')• 'an   'iinliiiue It,,; plate anil heiile 1 until nil itclinii
Drug, and Stationery      }'■.■■■■  pn   !-...'..:■... .' .,;... ,i„ i,,,, |M< ,.,,.,si„i,
Hardware Stores, Tinware,                   $im";        „,     ,    ,       ,. v'' ;"J ,"i""ll,ll!;" T ;' h"m>K[m'
Ji;      i'he new  Preshylerian church, Kel- periilure loward the lust,
JC   Agricultural Implements,       Minors'Supplies Of All Kinds.  X  liver, will be opened ror the Iirsl lime     ■'"'■    I'miring nil'   ueid, a .slrong
/iv1                                                                                                          'ft i'u'  llivine service on  S11ud.1v, Kill acid (Sp. dr.  .'-,   is added.   This is
Hi                                             _____■__                                         Si N'oveuilier, when the llev. Mr.  Ueid hup!   nl   11  boiling  tenipernluro four
Hi, iii IV Ihe Mi-ision will ussi I ll     resi-  mhi      ■   Win 1  il it  p-u 1 oil the
§ A S?30lilt; Hide of Diroot Import-fa of Scots!) [feds. I tlS nlX-^Z ""
ini I  walcr, di icd, I In'  gold
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IT. T. Thompson,   §^^:.^:k
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FA-XXl-VI^i-Vir,    33.   C.
Ir^QtTXBOCXI   SSE&OS.^ £5   GO.
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Ki, at at at at, at atatatsiiiliSi^SiSA^SAiliiliH.iiliSiH' *'t *" >'' *!•* at    A road whicli '.ail be nl'
^i^-l^l^i^N 'i^I^'N 'iv *i* *i* ^-i-civ /^-l-riv *i> 'i» 'i> '!> ^ii?/i'i"^;>V10;>'5'iv,?i>   |l(,m,|j,  |(l (|1(, j,,,.:,        . a
<!»   meeting will he a ■■! iu Ih ' chili'' '.. al    ■'■>■■■■ 1 e.l nml weighed
W  which everybody will be very welc,! , .     Some       : Ihnt nil bullion
9.   aV laie assay of ore  from the Lake  '"  ':::  : I1 ' '  lo cupellntioii, enn-
r   1 ten I  : ■ ll nl '!: ■ Ins.- in scorilicntion is
i;-;|tl i'u golil "'" lhi '   :    ' lion.   In bullion
if, This  local Ian  Iii ,  ul    Iv, i   in "   "'orilii'iilion is
"ft    bine iii"   Helen  nn ihe old      .■.."'"' ' •      ;l"'''1'" n
W trail,   ll wiisloetitid last vear and !i'" '  ln'1  :"   l;"":"  ''"'
Hi ;, |,|K enpping of inngiielie iron.   II - hio!l  ' '  sllnv  '''■''' •   liiharg.',  the
HA velopmi'iil consists of ,1  I ■, fool   di ,'. ;     '   ''■',' ' cupe'.lnlio-i \    ied fi-oin li
X nnd two open cull.   The wid !i oi' Hie '  llI1(1  |V '"' -
"if lend is nol known, ■  M-
""la .1:1.U.I .    I'l'i'.s!) alia {illl1
ll.i ill    a';j ;    deli i'lniiii!
A   MAC'DONALU,
BARRISTER,
OKi'UCi-:, ll.iiiNAiin Aiaavti:.
 -      • Ot'Uetl!     HI    Ul"   l I'OVI'.l'.'llCC llllll illljllll! i-       ,
.                                                 __  ing elititns and would       ....... 1 ■.,,.;,.,■
L>!«!4'i!«!4i!4i!4i!4i?«!4i!4i!iM«!l dilioiialoutlel to iheSunimil c nip. ,   ,.. ,,,,.,.      ,..,;,,..;,, 1,1
f'U',v-,|- Hlli',,',,1,,.1', /....v .;.   ,- ... ,,  hl'
\ili                                                  Si, one which I'oultl le made ul en ,,„, ,„,,, |)|1|U,.
lill        R.N.TAYL0R,         ^ th-ciy s,,::,!t,, ,   ,   .       .     - ..' .                           :   , 11I1W iM
'K' near ihe niunlli ol :
K't
iled now  iu
11   iiijj   lite cold  bv
                                     1 Kl, ,;,,                                         ' '                                  iiii'ani         ......   1 ua iioni  oy
VKIIXOX, H.r.        :J)ffIU'W     TlDTTflinTCini ^l""'11"",'1  '''''''I', l'l'.i't':V   '     ''  :ilP>"'l    " sbver by scorili.
  .    ,,!}"«, I   • 'f;    ' is \\ f   iii   ilblili;   I ll.'l'  til   as  ill   ."..   .il.   .:a.   '■ .       , ,,.,„
POWIEANE& BILLINGS,              X[1 hti MUlHIlDl ^; „„„.„„,„„ ,^mn. ,,,„ „                                               ■ ;■-   -     «-'^
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UAUIUSTKliS, aoi.li mills AND
MI'I'AIIIK.S I'l'lll.ll'.
Olllee: (iii re's liliieli, lliil'liill'il  Aveilllo,     ,yg
visnxoN,   ■     .c Lj4
\V, M. CocuiuNii.       ■        Kuan. Iiiu.imis  V  A '''
Illy Kama.!
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Kf,  lie rt'ipiired to inalve it, a.-, oii'.y
ft   place would any r.n..  he en
... .   a   plillllilies  ol'
': T\   L. I3EC1UNGSALE, .11.1).. CM, 'ft
-„f  Kmrlish, Canailian  $$ Ml"m   ''n]h'
ail  An,- i j.:' II
,":. vill'l 'is 11 .liable, bl!
pr Tct's  lit ■  praclice ui  using  large
.;: a  i'S if 2.1  ',. ,'.. espcciiilli   in  Ihe
/> .' •    a   lew   yti! I
".'in1    road    .'	
Si keep on   llle  ' .■'   ,ide of   I    mil ,.;   {tm.
Kit creek iind go till' ^!i ui'H'e or h   -'; En C'.iSur-i'l'i 111" fii-.K.n:-s n   i-dlv ner*
„      n     ,      r, '        n    4    "7j      mi" 11     1 ni       ni EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.       W PATENT MEDICINES, W ,        ,    , ,  ,     ,.,,.,1,1:/,'         '
fllMf llTlJ    GPMIPI^    K'lni/.-    'Jo       ntillin    HsraWai'll   P'P     If P lilt „,,,.. „, r„-„„.,,,.    w I'er.Ulllie \\u\, nut I lie g.ade.a won        nncil in  he mil   e urnnce wi h i
jlljf  lljllli,  UiUDjIiOT)   Ely JUJ iill.lt)   'Jl'JlHillJ,   ilalUVValu,  iilu,,  litb.. VERNON, 11. ('. Iw? DRUua AMD CHE ;,,,,,,
Orders from the Liwer 01;a;iagaii will receive prnni])! attention,
l'l;lt'i:s   RliARONAlILK,
Kui'iiierlv on  stn'lf of  i'l, itlun Co.rl.ly. \9 FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,      i
I stiiekuell l-'eiar iiiiil Sinalipux, Oueen Clinr- kh
lulle's LylliK-iii, nml Vieliiri.i Uosiiilals far ?;;
Olillilren, Kit
'ft .i 1 In' light.
a an assay ton i ucli
IU BIi'.'i.i.ii.'.U, ;,uaps,      i'S. -. „. ,, '.,
PEHPUW.iy.BBUSlliE,   jK   LOSSHS   OV   HOLD   .IM)  SUA   II   IN   ^  ; ' .'"• . '" V   W'W/';M'"]  '" l'1'"
VIC ■  ..    |.   - ' .-. I'll rge unless Ihe ore Is knov,u lo con-
iSiaaM
^MpipfeJlS .;.. :...!a.al!: I'i.|;...l   !-.. .U :;.' t .!:.■. .r
fwitiHlMirill BI If sa   . ill  : iii sit m ■  ■'■!.;
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Manufacturer!! uf
Sas'-ies, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kepi in
stock llllll llllldu lo iil'del'.
The best ol' material used,
Const cedar wnrked into furnishings a
specialty,
'Write for prices nnd discounts,
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kupl in slock.
Sawmill on Okniuigaii Lake, handy In
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T1IO.N-SO.N ST., laillMlN,
HA Anil illl licqulallc- far the T,.l!ol nml  iii
\At. Sick llnnin Q
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Kit
fj '     '.'   .a.. '   III II Ii.l a.. |i irl
111    . i    ■ I Illl 11 11
['hai'i i'unless Ihe ore is knov, a lo conduit iialiaiinl iii insure parting. Three
or inure si nrillratii n charges ol 1-1(1
\. !',, arc run lor silver,   lit Ihe case
:ft   OrtlcrHbyJlallrcreivocnrcfiiUllcu-   ft- of vitj   liigh-grade   ores   the a tut
Hi,  ,,,,.: , ... , ,. |, Hi.       ver, i    a.   Lniti.i  Tins'iiiul   ilii.n ■ ., 	
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD 1311    \'f        " uiili)i.i...!.ia,nticli.
Ofllco and Storo Fittings a Specialty
U    \\. IIAV.MKH.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Kiai.llU'N'A. II, I
taken for the  ia, er a, <uy is 1-31 A. T.
*Iv     The iiulhor h:is called intention lo  In Ilie ca»e iifsome low-grude o.\idi/.ed
w HA tlie.ilesirabililyol'iuiiloi'in nielluidsol' silver ores, I he; mr prefers lliecru-
A.i S'lQPl'elpC  llllll p,n j-"".''" iii, assaying for gold and silver,   The nh   cible inelhod for bolh gold mil silver,
4,:\   Oil .._lL—!...-.   Uilll   Hill   I. ,jj..i    ,'iV   .       '  ...
Kit      l "   'J .1.   n'."I. i,    us n.-iiii'i'was to inillil, on   sollie ...
All! ., I'd
B. LAURENCE'S
■ft :   ■	
  ift ject ot Ins paper waa to pmm mi  s
iai.iiU'XA. n.c. 4K>!4A!4>!'tA!4i!4iM',.i!4i!44!4tIiS!>^''    r ,!l'Sll;,l'l'l's"l','n'!i''!l l'1" "rdinary COIlRKSPOMllON'CI
■eiiieaiiiina |ii'ei,iir,"l aii'l es;i-   ftftft'ft'ftftft'ftftft'ft'ftft fire  assays  generally   i.i   use at   the
 ii i.i...i . ,■ I...h.i;— ........
Plans and Sp-..,.,
unites furnished un nil kinds uf buildings.
F.
II. LAT1MI3R,
i tutxoN, it, c,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
l.asicl Surveyor.
Jleni. Aiucr.Siic.Irrig. lings,
smelters, and lo show Ihe iniporliine.
W.  C.   POUND,       «ru„-«,ralftff ■,l,ods,,f„s,,y,a,,d/«»
'       culls iilteiilion io the delails  of the     Sill   An   item   in   your  Insl   issue
TAXIDERMIST.
HlltllS,  ANUIAUS  .WD   I'TSll   Mill N'I'lall
loll.V A. CORYELL, A, 11., II. C A.
J Nu;
Civil   KtiL'.'iii('("i',
1 Order
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AMD DRAUGHTSMAN.
Sash nnd door factory mi (', P, Rail-
H'av nl Vernon.
7
IN .M'i'lidl'lilATKi-TVI.KS.
ivo Birds and Heads Kept for Sale.
ll  '   |    a    -i . .!'.   i     I     I-    I ■'!     1     I     :     I     I     I     I     I     I**!
Hi sl ■'! ■' li I  I  i i'i   i   I'l   I  i   i   I   I     ■' ' I
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J. E. MATHESON
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MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete,  Extra good quality and
value in all the latest pilttei'lis for
Suits and Haadsoms Strips Trouserings. #
work. I'iiuseil  mc greul anxiety.   I refer lo
The sources of error, he pointed out, where you predict   Ihe exlinetitni  of
were improper sampling, losses of the the   rCelllo   River  kicker.   The  fact
precious nieials during fusion, seorill- Ihal ynu lefl no saving health for that
tail ion ami ciipt'lliil ion, iiiipciTecl elini- "highly iuleresliug animal," aa yon
illation of liic base meliils on ll"' cupel, term our homil'iil gyi'iilor, is ol einise*
anil imporfeel exlruclioii of (he silver ipiouce to till wellwishcrs ot lbe conn-
iy  mail  i .'ii.'  prompt  nllenliini.  during the parting hy nitric acid. Iry.   Knowing I he value of  llio nni-
Muiintlng Mends nSpeeliilly,                 |.,,, p.nialh Mr. Piirninn culled nl ten- mill a'ad Ihe great blank that would be
lion in llie dilll ulli  sampling cor- left in the social area of Ihe country
VERNON     B.C.                redly,  end   notes  thai   sonic of  ll:,- should your predielion be allowed n
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Sur- uneltera who h.ul difllrilllie..  iinddil    fuillllmei   , and at lbe si I -spy-
vey Work, with Plans and Estimates, BRITISH   COI UMBIA'S fcrenees in llie re nils of their assays   ing a chain ' being a benei'.ieloi' In
|n Any Portion of tho Province, Immodl-         ...                                               of samples have inteillli   eililll   tl- my fellow hehigs, I mnih' ui)   way In
atoly Attondod to.                                  PioiAP0!"     P ^ ' I " '"    Mill    I "'■■< hy  crushing  to  pass n   IKI-ioesli Ihe principal Imlel heri'. being ilnbucil
Maps and Plans of any Portion of ' ' t ' '  sireeii where I'orinerl,'   Ihe used nu SO-   wilh a presenl nl 1 hai I might lliere
Osoyoos District.                              u         ,        —,..,.  ■■    ,,           mesh screen, nir-.l he liiinks a llfl-uiesh gel a sighl of the propheieil   'Insslo
VERNON,    MIDWAY.   KETTLE   RIVER, RLD  Sl AR. sc,eel, should always'oe employed,   In !/.oology,"  or. ihal perh„| ii'body
pi'i'p.ii'ing lbe camples lor assay, Ihe lliere might  iiisliiicl lite as to where
,i.i'. iiaas, U.S., i-:. ai.,                                                                     |ii(i s]i(|||1(]   |)(i  _^ ;| ,  ni|, h| (| |hih n,i,s|ll.miin,, |,i,.s was iii lie I'oimil, nni'
MINING    ENGINEER   AND   ASgAYER.       "US   Wel'   MK'V'"   '"'; "   lv'hi'    layer, fhe sample being taken up e  was   I   mistaken, us   Ihe  aa 1   will
i More Loaves ol  Bread to die back ,,.,.,,;,,,-.,,,,,.;..,,,,  |-,.iml „ll parts prove.   I know you will iiuiundh say
MIDWAY, B.C.                   t|mn ,i|]V g,,ler   D|,and   on   (he pa_  n.,,,,,,.„,, whal the dickens was he going loth.
Samples let' Assay From a Distance Will    ...    (                                                           The losses ol' precious melnls dniini! nil It him when hi did Iiiul liimi  Well,
Rooolvo Prompt Attention.            iu"L   -"'''■                                           ...                                  ., . , , ,,          ,,   .,
Insioii is Ihe greulesl snurce i I  error. ■ or] tell ynu,   My idea was to u i
C. D^B. GREEN,    see that '.uu get the genuine. iii«iih«m' m * which „ir,.cui„. »■«.» i h. i-d wieider	
' lossesdiirui   ci||   llatioii ure: lempera*  hoof and sound luinoull injecl I,
Assoc. Mom. Can, Soc. C. E.              '                                  ''""•   ;" "   "f   ll'i"1   I"™1'"1   ' "   '       ' '   eilesirahilil) of Ihis
Maiuifiictilied only by                            auioiuil of base inelnls olllcrlhan lead, districl   sending a   speciuiCn  ol   the
T,r,/M,r.,r,,.,   , ...r,   r,T,.-,,,^,mn  PI         Ll        V\         '    ^         Of these, llu'li'iiiperuluiv is I li I'rol'css.ii  Huxley, and
_   PROVINCIAL   UND   SURVfiYOR  (jolVjmOiaiAl lO\Jnr\g i,„|);,,,ta„l point, the losses inc, aiilyi".-!	
AND DRAUGHTSMAN,                   MlIU   fn                                 ;1S  H»«   leiniiemlure   ia   raised,    ill e.ilinolion,    \rrived  al   tlie  holi
J llllo  UU,,                              cupellaliiui shotdil he carried on at the found ti goodly  number of burl)  Icl-
Surveys of Every Description In the Lower |                             ENDERBY, B. C    1V"',|! "' ll''1' lllu!!1"',l" ' :il '
Country from the Siniilkameen to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to..
Excellent Trimmings. Good I'll and Good
Workmanship,
I can give Satisfaction,  A Trial Will
Convinci'.
Payment will l),i received eillioi' in Cnsh,
Stock, Produce or Labor.
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Lund. All MonJow.
periilure  ihal   lie  cupels   wiil slum    uiui  . oil       |     lies, md mil a few
I'l'iith 'I'litli rage."   The lead bulli lb.   Ilavi ill iiniictpininl-
P. II. JACQL'KS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.   -",llhl ",1 '"" 1»" !;!:-'" i«mi and n ■■ u'dii with him
<*  i   .,....,i ,   ..     i   I...   .!..    ,i... I..,      I    !.;   ■....,     I,,i,. 1   I
Spectacles and
Silverware.
BARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hiind al lleasonahlo Prices.
LCQUIME   &   PO V¥ E B S,  Proprietor!!.
grains being the iiinoiinl used  li)   th       inn    whal   I did  not   under* d, I
authiil'.   The pn - 'lire of base in    tl I) nski il him if he knew Ihe Kel-
hi Ihe lend bullnli of com 'i'i    "Ob   yes,   right
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ,'lt,   ;,..... ,]   vv|, ,.,. ,|,   , re he is:      ver,  I'll  introduce
VERNON, H. C,                    arsenic, anl h iy or v:inc,  Ihe ,. ...    Numer I went, and after
.hoitiil lie perl'o 1 iu nn open cruci- .   mi              i  Hums I   quickly
li - em ..,' ppi'd it                 dk  with bint, the
5-J'   cl't'il.   Zinc is lbe ni",I   obj     I'rolli head  In   fool,
,,.'in,-nl. fur  ilia   fumes of /.inc oxide M\   con Insioii   was ihal   he  was no
VE'iNON   3  C                   haven tendency tu carry oil' linlhgicd slouch md as he wore n number nine*
and silver. I eii -        I              lluxlc)   and the
G-enoral    XtlaolcBI»L&«l>    IT    \,„,,,v   \| , ,.,.,,    |>,,,.,,,,.,        The cupel    ll >'slipped
I .  .\Hlal!\   All Mb,   I HIM II VI..   th(,   ||(|],,   ,1|s    .   . ...   „ ,,   „,„„.;;,„
PAIRVIEW, 11. I'.                                                                            hriglileii i iil'hi'rwi)      he bit.I Iinl I hud I  Iter letivu
All   Kinds of Repairing,   Hone-booing .                                                                linble losolidil'y before 1          lira his s                                        of   Iho
Specially.                                      BKNH K011 I'HOSI'WTl'H,              of In  metals are removed,    llu-  t inviM'l                              \,  i a
.iKiiii.l lie pi rlo 1 ia nu ope
DlaTWlalASia, I Si',,',,,,  A,„. I'liall-il    V 0 PII0 ¥1      Pl'iVl'ilJ!     Mlflfffl      ''"T"''""  I'1?' "'' ,'.",:
t)   Ull'l lli'ilineil.   Six mile, I'l'iill, r:,l„|l  Mi-     lUlliUll      UlllluU     tiUllUjjOl    ,-,-.-, 1.    Zinc is   Ihe   Illl.Sl   lllljl'c!
i.-     n.... mil. ia ...,.,..„  .a . .
I Kinney.  Olio Mile from ivaggon rniul,
Appl) AliVAN'i'K OKK1UI5.
W. DAI.IiYMI'l.K. mumam w sna u.
. DVANCE.
Amongst measures to ho si|bniilled
for your consideration wi'l bu an Act
~~ to amend the .Assessment Act, a Con-
I'uOl'lilWQliB   K„li,|aleil I.i,.,, Act, a Small Debts Hint  Midway,  li, U, uuVery ;\cl, un .\_t,l giving to cilies the
,-. SS.oo per iiiunnn, payable option of government by coininisslon
... ■ yearly nr hnlf-yearly ut the ,       , ,     . ,      .,
riiier. ers, and an Act authorizing the revis-
-eiii un application, ■ ion of Ihe statutes,
""diTOiSn oY'niXu-sTf;   The subject of further railway exten*
, md iuiportn  wc ilu imt nee-1 sion   for  tlie  devi'lopnienf of the re-1
W, R. MEGAW,
VERNON, B. C,
General Merchant
—.•-*
I   a.-
.A, NOVEMBER '-'1,1891,
.1 uf llie (iiiiniiilis expressed, i ■, i       i. ii
..(iipersnniil nntur.-ivillii.il l,e I sources of  l||i!   I'mvinco will receive
consideration and, should any practical proposal he forthcoming, il will be
laid before you in due course.
The estimates of revenue and expenditure I'm- the ensuing year, lo be
shortly laid before you, will be found
till'; LEGISLATURE.
draught in for Rulslng a
I'l'esll l.llllll.
A Carload of Waggons,  Binders, Mowers, Rakes and
Prills just arrived.    Cheap for Cash.
Full Lines of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Clothing oil Hand.
Concord Harness and Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
to he framed wilh strict regard to  Made to Order. '
Oj-c1.i-.-ij   -Will  BochIv.)   r^ompt   Atttontlon
economy nod Ihe reuiiji'ciiieuts of the
sion ,.f lbe Seventh I'm- j |11|Mi|. S(jn,i(,u
,isl,(Julu I'v was form* w leave you t,n your further di,
'' "•'•Incko.l   Nuveiol.er   Ijl,,,,,^,,,,,. i,, ,,,,, ,,,„,•,,,.„,,  lh;llvm,,
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
Keeps tho Largest and Hest Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e,
any place south of Vernon, nml sells on terms In suit the times,
Ohc-ipcst Place to buy for ('ash in Ihe Okiuiagun Country.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED.
H~:; ~EHS::)A1RV!EW HOTEL VICTORIA HOTEL BAN rvMONTREAL
■    Gentlemen of tho Legls-, ,his r.lvl)|.,,(1   pTOVincp.   May Ihe Sll-
I prciiii' Ruler assisl yo\'P t'lforls,
iisure I welciune you to >#<
 '•""'" Hui|«.,iiud I'   Thplanttouuhoa worn given (o the
be performance of your BmmdllI.y „ „tft|„ portion of thu nev
make the seventh Par- L,0Ull „„ Hullmliiv.   M|,   M(,G|llni8 i
"''ll1''  l'"1' ""'  Wls(1,im ! now making the sleigh road  up  lit.
•e character of its legishe L„,.th fol.ki
•lichisiuiw dfiiwiiig Inn A,1:li.vtli*j.l   Cliemlsl    anil   Assuyc-r.
one of great IhiaiiciHlrte- (.,,()  A   (.,.
illghoilt the world, and,
in  common with ullior Hon0r Graduate In Chemistry and Mineral-
, ogy, Queen's University, Kingston,
e  revenue lias not come
'"'l8' All Kinds nf Assays and Analyses Carefully
uf the present year, nl-      ma Accurately Porforniotl,
ly unintended with loss
.   i iiiliietiveof muchditniuge
.ind expi'iidltip'es became
i excess ol the sums voted
. -Inline, for the piirpnsc of
t'linsiif comniuiijcaliou und
Aninpiss
Ciireiif Straliijue Mining Co.,
I'uli-ilciv, 11. C.
Tkbms Unlit. Silyi-r ur l,i-:i.l, eneli 1(1,80; Gold
anil Silver. S2; Niekel, $5; Cupjier, &»
Cupper, llulil and silver, si.  other price
(Next In Mr. Elliot's store,)
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP,
EXCELLENT BOARD
« STABLING
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
"martin brosT
l.EAWNI! UOfSIt KOll
einporary relief lo those in  ™
ays reipiired wi'iv raised,
dvice ol my  ministers, by
■rant, and yon, live called loan earlier (late (ban is usual
it ynu may ratify these and
I -nililtires di'itian',|ei|   in  lbe
d also lo consider an net for
olio lo meet and be devoted
if puhlic utility,
1   tiling relief In sufferers of lbe
used seed to be
(Hl!lli|ilieil,liiill.
^Hardware, Stove, Tin
ware,
and Glass,
VERNON, li. 0.
McAuley & Grant,
PROPRIETORS,
HHST-n.ASS IN EVKHV KKSl'EOT.
0HAU0E8 MQDEltATK
BoiBARYFALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located In the Boundary Creek
Mining Camps.
PEST OK LIQUORS AX1) CIGARS,
CHARGES MODERATE.
Mining Mon Personally Conducted to Any of
llie Camps, or Horses Furnished.
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
Rock  Creek  Polling Division, East!
Riding- Electoral District of Yale., "Ve3?3Ei.OXS-, 33. C3,
A  COURT OK REVISION AND APPEAL
"l'.,,i«1   U r'.l-al. I.a   I
under llie '' Asscssuii'ill Act, IKKS," anil
iiiiiliillnetita, will lie held ul llie Government
iilllee. Osoyoos, an Weiliii'Mlnv. ihe alh day of
 lorston'B Hall,.Mid-
hud lost llnur crops, with  way,on Kridny, the 7th day uf December, ISM,
„„„iir„i,„r „„^i.ii  il,„)  ii,,J at tho hour of eleven o'clock In llio forenoon at
grutiiying tpsuit ttuit (lie ,.,,,.1, ,,im.,,,
IsV'liedl      FRANK McGOWAN,
Judge-of llio Court of
Itcvisiuii anil Appeal.
(Invel'llllient (Illlee. (Isoviios,
l:')lli November, I8IH, til
ci lias not been seriously dillllll-
■ i. iii some instances, is equal
. renter limn in  furmol' years.
 lly exaggerated reporlsof Inspof
ml property incident to the floods
, iblisbed  hroiidcast, at a time
| i" extent  ot damage was un-
My ministers, however, look
;       [il measures lo remove an inipi-es-
a.aited  thereby,   which, if  per-
in remain, must havo seriously
i    "I Ihe welfare of llle Province.
t.'i dininiiig, which, during the early ,.,,,,„,, ,. m:,.A.-m   i:|VI,v   lll;
, . 'ho year was, tor lark of profit-1 IN,  Licensing; Court fur Ihcsuiiiherji pur
Notice of LiceiiSM Court.
FOR SALE.
Good Watartons
Champiou Shingle Machine
Capacity, 2(1,1X10 per day.
Self-Feeder, with Joiuterand Packer
complele.   Terms reasonable.
Apply Advance Owtce or
MARKHIUi,
Okanagan I'.O,
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, 11. C.   .    „
■— A.^&aa.-i. Fox1 —
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
eleven o'clock in the forenoon.
CA.il. l.AMlll.V.
Oovkunmext Omen,
Osoyoos, 1st November, UOL
Official Administrator's Notice.
I   a
 jl'H l.iirllot.
. i ,,1-tlio Osoyoos lllvlsl ( Vnlo lliafncl will bo
aeigu demand, restricted 111 it* held nt tlio Uovorinnonl Ulllec, oiiyoos, nu
iti  us, exhibits signs of renewed   l',"! •'"'"■. ','">'.'!' Oci-oiulnr nexl. ill Ih6 liwiriif i NIchollosfcRonouf, Agricultural Machinery.
■ Iv, ami llie output promises large
! !        "iiiiciiccineiit is evident  uf a
by reaction iu the timber Industry,
ml the   xpiitts of lumber have been
I;  .      Iian iu preceding yours.
iii'.it'/. mining in Kootimny, and the
ii • I'l'ittiiiu on a large scale in Quri-
...! elsewhere in tlie Province of
mining by improved hydraulic
methods, have been most encouraging,
ind '"token an era of great mining tie-
■    ipmenl in British Columbia.
I'lu season's operations in salmon
fanning have been large. The sealing
industry has experienced a successful
Ir, the Matter of ROBERT SCOTT,
Deceased:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit by un
Order made in llie County I'uurtuf Vale,
hidden nl Kamloops, tinted tho 31st day uf October, 1891. Die undersigned wns appointed
administrator nf the goods, ehallels nml eraliis
of the iiliuvc-iianieil Itoborl Scott, tale of Koto-
nieiis, deceased. All persons Indebted to the
deceased are requested tu pay the umiiimt nf
sueli Indcbtoduogs forthwith tu Die undersigned, and nil persons hi
the said docoasod are rcqi	
be Heel returning willi nn un- snuio to tho undersigned on or boforo tho first
day uf January, ISID
— A.&&aa~b   For—
Tlie OkanagaR-SprllLmcheen Lists.
POR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
Tho Insurance Co, of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Suit LJf-j (Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Invest-
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROCK CREEK,
XX.   Pl-ttbexidf igrb.,   nXg-x-,
Fiiist-Ci.ihs Accommodation koh Guests.
GOOD STABLING
£2FExcellciit Pishing on I-CottlQ mv«Vii^
GENERAL STORE
HOCK GREEK.
Miners' Supplies.  AIbo GhtuQAP Goods,
ARMSTRONQ   HOTEL.
II. KEYES, Prop,
Good Aci'timiiiodntioii,
Hest Liquors und Cigars.
I'irst-t'liiss Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
ilEsT::..'    0,000,000.
Silt DONALD A. SMITH, Pros.     HON. GEO, E. DBUMMOND, Vice-Pies;
E, s. 0L0USTON, General Manager
SAVINGS   33ES,-^L3SrCH.
HATE OK INTEREST AT l'll|tiSI'!NT 3| TER CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches in London, Hug., New York nnd Chicago, and in all the principal cities
ill (luiuuhi.   |-iuy nud Sell Sterling Exchange and ('able Transfers. Grant
Commercial and travelling credits,available in any purtoi' t lie world.
Drafts Issued,        Collections Made to all Points.
BRANCHES IN UIUTISU COLUMBIA :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER,
VICTORIA    ---     -       NELSON
Vernon Branch : G.A.HENDERSON : Manager-
Wulffsohn & Bewicke,
(LIMITED)
BANKERS
»
&
Hs
"ft)
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance k General Agto.
RANKERS AND CORRESPONDENTS
mentCo.
The Dominion gill'.
elation. '
NOTARY PUBLIC.
PaintofVs JMxjsic Store
-OLD   P08T   OPFIOE-
i',ng& roan asso-! 409 Hastings Street, Vaneouvep.
Pianos and Organs-Easy Terms
Sheet Music, &e.  Special attention given to
Mall Orders.
Bank of British Columbia
Agents for Sale of Lots on the Aberdeen and Lyons Estates
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
Dock House, Biluteh Strkist, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B, 0. \nd VERNON, B.C,
JOHANN WULFFSOHN, Managing Director,
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Manager,
The Ifernon Livery
Is
sisal!
if it*
Feed ani Sale Stables,
nl edcal (11,111111 ilisgiatifyingto
,e that attention has been direel-
leep sea Hailing, und that a regu-
le has now been established with
■ islet, markets,
in happy lo state that the Nakusp
•   -       a  railway is completed, nnd
ill-cad;, large bodies of oro aro being
over il.  The bonds author*
the act of last session have been
ERED'K, .1, t'ULTON,
Odlollll Adiililiistrtitor.
Ktlinlimns, II. C.
1st Novombo^ IS',11.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE
Osoyoos Division of Yule District.
All placer clalniB ami lejiBO holds In Ihis dis-
: D-d in Loudon, hearing inlerest i tr'c' 1''Kal!y l"'''1,7? '"; lftW "v,:r'''"'" "le lRt
,, of November, 1B94, (o the lit of Juno I
it |pi	
i, isu;
C. A. R, MMHI.Y
OSOVOOS, 11. 0„ (Iiiiil t'liiniiiia, „
UTtli October, 1WU.
NOTICE.
cent per annum, and have In
; i premium of tl percent,
Mi   Utornoy-Goneral recently prowl to Ottawa, and discussed '.villi
tin numbers of llio Dominion Cabinet
of settlement of the long pending
■with reference lo lbe lands in
lin railway hell,   As a resull, I expect
blu Inlay particulars of a aettle-
i.   nl   before  you during the present
session.   During his visit to Ottawa, ryAKK NI1T|1 ,.; „,.„ , .,., ,. ,. f
•iingeiiient was also concluded for!  1    t'w'H'i ill tho District uf Yale, B. C„
.      ■ • ,  , , , hitoi.d to aiinlj to tho Uoard of Uooiibo Coin-
issuance of u joint departmental lulRsloiiorsUmiwaVOfioyoosoiitho 16th day of
SfirS SIiOANE-PAINE-RICHMOND CO.,
Till' I.l'lllllllU'
WHOLESALE &  RETAIL
GROCERS
Qf Hie Northwest,
StpolKaxie,  -Wasli..
SQI.E AGENTS VOR
Upton's Gelelirated Ceylon Teas.
AnheuSB.r--BuHcri Butjweiser Beer.
" Diamond " Qroamery Butter.
Write  lls For Prices on  Anything to
Eat or Drink.
SLOANE-PAINK-ltHUJIONI) CO..
oiwni Spokane, wash.
In Ihe Matter of the Licensing Act and
|C, («, SlIKKINQHAM.
MX 1' U I'l SH
hot wren
1,1 IS' K,
A, D. WORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VEItNON, Ii. 0,
WS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SALE,
I'omniission having for its object, are*
by expert engineers ofl the feasi-
bilii   of a coii)preliens(ve scheme for
the protection of the Kruser river val
I-,
notice uf in
It. U. Sidley, Esq.,.
Papers on this sipiled will be twoofHorMajesty
.   p  ihi: suid district
..." before yon, |slg|loai
The Department of Immigration has S'i)\-o«ibor3rd, mm.
til ed the local ion. of a Norwegian
ny of well-to-do seftlers in Bella
i miu Valley. The success of this effort
Mill doubtless secure llle eslalilislunenl
f future colonics of a siniiliircliiiiuc-
. i
The Province has been favored with
a visit from His Excellency tip? Governor-General of Canada and his unliable consort the Oniintcssot' Aberdeen,
nud it is highly satisfaetiiry In know
thai on every hand theii'  Kxt-i-lloncios
.    tiii'l with eiilhusiaslic.expii's.siiiiis  Clinton....
-Ian; ie. iiiiil  lliiil   Ibey will t..^«-
their (lepat'tiire ivlth a warm und gen* Vornon	
I "is appreciali if Ilea   loyalty of SowVVbiiii'iing'tb'r
Her Muiesty's subjects in Ihis portion Vancouver	
''      • '' ' lli'lni'ln	
•i \\w {luillllpop. NuiHiiniii
Amending Acts and In the Matter of  OSOVOOS, ROCk Creek, Boundary
the Application  or Thomas  Elliott   lo I        >,      ,        j „       j „    . ,
Trunsr^r   His   License   lo   George   J.'        Creek and Grand Prairie.
Sh«oha") UOIMI WEST
Leaves Grand Prairlo INorlli Fork, via Mc
Uiron's) on Wcdncsdiiy nioriiing, arriving
Osoyoos Thursday evening.
UOIXU KAST
bcuviis Osoyoos Kridny morning, arriving nt
Grand 1'mirie Saturday ovoplng,
December next (ur uoriiilsslnii a, transfer to
Oeorge .1. Slioolian n nconso lu sill boor, wine,
imdutlior Intoxicating nnd (orinoiitod liquors
now held hy mc fur proinliM situated near lite
" llriiwn Hcnr ' inine, and Ihiyl I havu i||iised
y application in lm rfenqaltea wilh
ml I'. A. it. I.il'inlilv. Esq.,
s .liisliri's uf lliu I'lni'c for
THOMAS ELLIOT,
COURTS  OF ASSIZE.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE Hint I, F II. Kline, ot Knlr-
view, in (ho District nf Yalo, ll. l'„ intend
lu apply tu the Ilunril nf License CoiiimtHsionors
sitting at (isiiyims, un the 15th day ot lleeoinbor
next, fur porniiBsioii tu transfer to Thomas
El ini a license tu sell beer, ivlno nml othor
iito;t(enthig nml fin'iiton(cd liquors now held
liv mi' fur iiri'inisii.a knowil ns tho Gulden (late
j Hotel, ami Hint | have caused notice of my
application touo deposited with 11,0, Sidley
ami ('. A. It.  LftlUbly, two uf Hot Majesty's
, ifURtlCOSOf till! I'lairi' turailill llislrii'l.
!•'. II. KLINE,
ENDERBY HOTEL
It W, WRIGHT, Phop,
ENDERBY, B.C.
Llvory in Cimiicttion,
Kii'Ht-cliirw ucomnmodiitioii for Uuituiicrciul
Trftvollera,
Hunting und KiHhln^ in ubuiidiincu through
tlila district.
1'iwk IIoi'koh and UuidcK furnished loSportK-
iiuin on shoxtoflt notico.
Having taken over the stftWes (»f Gallagher k Stevonaon, and thoroughly over
hauled and refitted tjie premises, 1 am prepared to meet the demands
of the puhlic.   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
[(fouble ami single) for public use, and also a good lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horses.
Tourists desiring to sec the country would do well to call.
ft.
M Saddle Horses,
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses,
Hurses boarded by the week or month (box stalls if desired),
Horses broken to harness, nml horses nnil cattle sold on commission.
Dealer in hay anil grain, wholesale and retail,
Corner Of HU
Opposite \V. ll. Mogaw'8 Storo.
Post Olllco Dux 137
sioxx ra-.-ccl TrouHoii Streets
ItOI'ltlETOH.
W. GARDNER, Pn
NOTE, -Thi* ittablo will lie vun Birictly tirsl-iduKs in every particular. My drive™ arc all freo
iii;d gentle (lisiioauion, und llie moat thimble istoek tlie umrker ctm iviudnee. Bnociflj,iiltciilin\\
lo transient tnulo and to imuvdi'v?.
Hi, Ail kinds of heavy teaming promptly attended to.
J£OJE»   Ii^IffD   FOR   SALE
-AT
Table Showing the Dates and Places of Courts  -
ol AssD.e, Nisi Pries. Oyer and Terminer
I.SiKtlwIl
Novimiuor Sril, ism.
i\nd General Oaol Delivery lor
the year 189-1.
I'Al.l. ASSIZES
NOTICE.
Qilbert's Resort.
QKANAGAN LANDING.
HUNTING, FISHIHG, BOATING,
THOKOVQULY COMKOnTAULK.
- I'il'Ht-clftSM-
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
In the Goods of JAMES M. ELACK,
Deceased.
ThiiiMliij'. aiih Scptombcr
...Moiiilny,21tliSoptoinhoi'i
.,,, Monday, 1stOolnbw    All pontons havhig any olalm against Hie
 Mondny,8tltOctober nbovo cstnlo inns; Bond the sninoin lu the
 I'T'lday, r.'lli Ooiolicr luidorstgiiod within ono moiitli from llio dato of
. .Tiicsilny, Uth Novcmbor this notico,
Monday, lllth Novomhcr (Slguodl   I'llANK 11, Ill.ACK,
...'In isilny, 2 lli Xiivi'iiiln-r Kxi'iaitor.
Tn.-aihij. '.'7111 Noviillilii'i; | Midwilj', Ocl, 21. 18l)(. o24-l.ni
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTHI.
Gt(ANl) l'llAIItIK, ICKTTLE R1V10R,
Good Stuck (i
Liquors and Cigars
.   .   .   Gild Stabling.
PRICKS REASONABLE,
McLaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION
Stages Lenve every Monday and Wednesday
fur. Marcus. Wu-jli.
OKANAGAN MISSION, B, C.
Ipii.-Mt-Orw-a.f. pi»osi.   EbucI.  Beady   for   Plough,
' PORTION  IN CROP
All Under Large Irrigation Ditch Frora Mission Creek,
Cheapest and 13est iu the Market.
:-: Also Choice Acre Blocks in Vernon :-:
Address FORBES M. KERBY, C. E.,
OKANAGAN MISSION P. 0.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,  XZ. O.
A&RICTJLTURAL MACHINEBY.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Brantfbrd & Binders & and § Mowers,
Tills IIICST IN 'ITIK MARKET,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c,
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C« 3E", Costerton, Agexit, up his residence in this portion of ihe
Province.
.Messrs. Brown k Schubert have solil
their livery stable business at Penticton to .Mr. IJ. II. Walker,
Mi. J. li'rciioy, who wns working ill
the Summit camp, bus returned tu ill
home in the Mat how, whero In
puss the winter.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. Conkle returned home from Kelowna on Friday.
Mr. N. Hardy of Christina lake paid
Midway a visit on Sunday.
Mr, Melville is electing a barn 18x22
•feet for Mr, W, Powers.
Mr. Melville and family moved into
(.heir new residence on Saturday,
Mr. Jus. Grant passed through on his
way back to the Okanagan on Tuesday.
Messrs. Baldwin and Walters of Con-
pontilly passed through .Midway on
Monday ou their way home from an
extended prospecting tour in the Slocan, Trail, uuil Penil d'Qriellu districts-
They reported that Trail was by far
the liveliest camp in Kootenay, They
(vill prospect next Bpring UI) llouiiiliiry
mountain.
The tunnel on the Texas is now in
thirty-two feel, tile last live feel being
[n ore similar to the specimens lately camp lefl yeslurduy for Penticton
lioular Is a gainer by his having taken, take a  pattern from this structure,
adopting all its useful qualities and
remedying all or any defects.
Float iiu' bugtlU coming down tlie
Kettle river Inst week, and now here
nnil theie, where ll)cre is sliil water,
the stream i.s almost frozen over.
Mr. N. Hardy has purchased his old
will' ranch ou (.'brisliu hike whicli hi' sold
lo Kerr |iros.. nuil has laken up il pre*
tie river iu the spring,
Mr. 0, C. Sands returned, from Spokane on Wednesday lust ami laid off
the men on the St. Lawrence, A deal is
being made for this cluim,
Mr. Clumenl Vachoy of White's
He
la-ought to town. The striking of this
Jedge at this distance was very unexpected, as il. was not considered likely
that any ore body would be struck
until the tunnel had been run at least
150 feet into tlie hill, The ore shows
considerable native copper and is similar In appearance to that of lbe small
leads nn the lop of the hill, which assay
Jiigh iu silver with some gold. Development will be continued on the Texas
during llie whole winter, On the Paymaster (north-west extension of the
Texas) some recent developinenl work,
also done Mi-. Miner for Mr. E, S. Graham has opened up u good lead of cop.
per ore on the surface. A small shipment of ore from these claims will in
jill probability be made this willtBI'tll
the Anaconda smelter to test ils value.
Yesterday at a quarter to ten in tlie
morning fire broke out in Mr. 11. P.
Palinerstuu's house, and for a time
threatened to destroy the whole building, It was first noticed by the Qhinii-
inau in the dining room, which was
full of smoke, which was caused by defective jointing of the pipes of the
heating apparatus, theftames breaking
put between the ceiling of the (lining
room and llie flooring of tlie room
•ibove. Luckily at the I line it wns first
policed Mr, S. Martin was driving by
with a team, and without any delay
he drove as fast us possible to the ol her
end of lbe town and brought up every
available person to assist in extinguishing it. Alter three-quarters of nn
hour's hard work by almost every resident of the place, the lire was thor-
Mr. .1. Morrlsey of Grand Prairie is, I eruption of 100 acres adjoining it to lbe
wc are glad to report, sufficiently re- Wlst'   ■■'' into"ds '" I'"1  "!' il IR'»'
covered from his late Illness to he able dwelling this winter,
to get out again, j   At the head of Christina lake there
Mr. I). 1). Hardy who has been stuv-i >*!l vallxy about half a mile wide and
ing in Grand Prairie, leaves shortly for »bl"*3 tu" "liles ■» ''-"K11'- u -« pretty
Chicago,   lie expects to return lo Kel-; 1"':lvi|Y H-M-Hired with good white pine
and cedar, hut the soil is good. There
is little doubt that this land will lie
, laken up some day,
' One hundred tolls of mangolds from
three acres of ground whicli sold at .%">
per ton, thereby returning to the producer $500 at Hie rule of $150 per acre,
with the assurance thrown in thai
I Ihe cull ival ion of this 100 Ions of roots
did nol cost the pronucor more than
$.")ll. This is one of Ihe proofs of what
can he done on some of Ihe small holdings iu the country, and sooner or later
these samo proofs will carry conviction
to the large holders of land Hint mixed
funning is the only thing that will dispel lliu cloud of depression nml lift the
mortgage burden oil' the shoulders of
those who at Ihe present lime bavin bear it. Hoot crops return from $50
lo $150 per acre, cereals from $10 lo $26
per acre, and yet the plough seeks the
stubble nnil the fiii'iner seeks the money
lender, nnd misery i.s the result.
bus I'oi'iilli'il nil tbe Wilier rights iu the
ceiiip antl a working Interest in the
City of London nml Jack of Spades
claims uiui will havo a small .stamp
mill r ting by April.
Il is to be hoped thai if the Mission
valley becomes incorporated into a
municipality that no time will be lost
in endeavoring lo have extended to the
Mission Ihe telephone system that has
been established and furnished to the
City of Vernon by the Vernon k Nelson Telephone Co.
Notit'i's have been posted in conspicuous places throughout the lower
Okanagan offering $1 ji) reward for private or public information which will
lead to the conviction of any party
killing or stealing cattle, either on the
British or American side, belonging lo
T. Ellis, Ii, L Cawston, J. II. Cotil-
tluird, T. Daly, M. Burcello and Frank
Rich ter,
A large number of trees are mi their
way Into the Siinilkaineen Valley for
selling out next spring. This shows
Hint I be set Hers in the valley now fully
recognize its adaptability for Ihe raising of all kinds of fruit. We believe
the Siinilkiiiueen valley to he the best.
all round section for fruit in the Province. It is badly situated at present,
however, as regards shipping facilities.
Mr. George Cooke's claim, the Last
Chance, aboul one mile north of the
Skylark, is looking better than ever.
The vein, four feet wide, bus been lately
opened up in two more places, and bus
two high grade pay streaks, ten inch
j-lltn AT U'JIIIV.
The Rani's Horn Hotel Completely Destroyed.
How many of the best hotels in the
district are we lose? This is the
thought that suggests itself when ilis
remembered thai only a short time ago
the tine building owned by Colonel
Forester at Simmons was destroyed
by lire. Now the equally commodious
one thnl. graced Ihe little town of
Lumby in White Valley anil was owned
by Mr. Moriinil has been wiped out on
the night of the 12th by the same element, The cause of the lire, it is
slated, was a detective flue in the kitchen part of the house, und so much
headway had the lbe gained before its
discovery that the herculean efforts of
Hie many residents who gathered on
thi' lirst. sound of alarm were without
avail to put it out. A considerable
portion
fUN ON THE SIDt.
Stnlate—W.-ll, I must be going; it's get
tlm* latt. Ethel—Boiler hue than never,
1 .-N.Y. Heiilil.
It is al1 right to wait till the olouda roll
by it you arc Bpendiug the time earning
Money lo buy au umbrella.—Atclilbou
Globe.
"A very n-marknble thing baa come out
Annceruing Elbe's engagement," "What's
thnl?" "Her betruthi'd is going to marry
her,"—Cliii'ii'.u N,'HB.
"Simon! Simon! There nre burr-lun
In Ihe house!" "That's nil right, Mnry.
I niinU'an a-s'irnuient of I'vcrtliing tu day
I  lor the bent tils uf the creditors."
Obliging Country Butcher—Let me cut
; it Into cutlets fur ynu, mii'iiin, leaving jilBt
enough bun-, fur ynu lo hold 'in by, while
you're etitlug Via I—Drake's Mngnzliie,
"Him- ynu any choice as to where your
picture shall In- hung?" "Nu," replied
tin- nrti.i, "only tlmt I'd feel un the safe
side it you'd ]nit it in a romo with luw
tellings."—\\ nsliliigtnii Star.
Mailer—1 iiniiiler why Julius wasn't ftp.-
puiired un the jury! Huller—Ilo was reject, d un the (■riiiunl that he oullldll't hear
bo'.h Bides, "lluiv sn?" "Why lio if
dent in une eiir."—T d Hits.
FASHIONS IN JEWELRY.
Tlio Btniiilartltt fur Bun'i of narrow rained work bars are very pretty.
The new cnmUi-sticks fur tnpem are
ns pretty as bnliy toys and look like
llieni.
Transparent colored stones tiro sbeve
buttons with uu mure guld slowing thau
necessary.
New buttles fur Baits linve silver coveri
with sou ,re box like tups fur their easy
manipulation,
Ar istie leaf spuons grow in numbers
every duy, A specimen is a lily loaf fur
the bnwl and Iwo twisted tendrils wilh
buds fur the handle.
There are decided nuvelties ia stive!
fruit ilishi's. One is ft low, round bnwl
with raise,I and pi rfurated work. The
iiriii'inenlatiun is very rich. The Fame
designs have lew Btnndauls, and ruund
knob-like feet,
Single sieve buttons are larger than
ever. They ar> worn chiefly by men, and
Women wlm affect masculine dress. They
prevail in dead guld. The mure elaborate
have a seetiua in repuusse work.—Jewelers' Circular,
JUST   .   .   .
OPENED
.    .    .   UP!!
J.McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
Lapp Stock of^
GROCERIES,
CRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES
HARDWARE,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
J. MIC
L.
G. A,iti     Rendell,
General Merchant
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
A pull Stank af
PRY  GOODS,
GROCERIES,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
ALt    AT   THE   LOWE8T   PRICES-
,1.    \V.   I,£EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLEU
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
All Wpi'li Warranted.    oS-Sin
The Cozy Shaving Pap1op
VERNON, 11. ('.
The Gilmorc Blosk,
Opposite the Post Oflica,
ita.'Liuljei;' nml  Cliililieiia lirdr-otlttillg ain(
-lialiipi.iijjjr; a -[ii'ei'i ly.
K.gUQIlML'III'llY.I'rop,
K
X*vj-
f a.,...-"-'
ou the hanging wall and live inches in
pughly put out.   No very great, am„„„t.Uu,t.(M|||,(,' M[,   (,||(i,.   wj|,  „.,,,., fm,
pf damage was done, as the room prin- th(j gkyhu.k ^ Ma wintl>1. HUll
;continiic  developinenl on  Ihe   Lust ,,miom.y individual acquaintance will
Chance next spring. readily sympathise wilh Mr. Morund
The lirst snow covered the liaison
Kettle river this year on November ill,
two days souuer than last season, but
il then stayed on Ihe ground, whereas
this year il, appears liable lo melt oil'
shortly in the valleys. Lust winter
lliere ciiuie a chinook iu tliu middle of
January
pipallv affected was empty, and taking
everything into consideration lbe building hud a very lucky escape. Mr. nnd
Mis. Pahnerston were away at the time
jit Vancouver.
 ► »-< —
DISTRICT NOTES.
The Penticton bridge has been completed!
The saw n)ill js again running in
Urn ml Prairie.
f the furniture, however, was
il. The loss is slated to be in the
neighborhood of $7,1X10, $3,000 only of
which is carried by insurance.   Each
in the greal  misfortune which  has
overtaken him.
 ►•-* ■
VERNON NOTES.
(from uur own correspondent.)
A large consignment of fruit trees of
different kinds arrived last, week foi'
iii ordinary winter, accord-1 parties In this neighborhood, and fur
itg  to old Hull' residenlers in Ivi-'Ule  'In; .Mission (11111 Siliiilkiuueeil valleys.
,       , ,    .   ,.,, ,       .,,,     ,1   Our lellow citizen Jacoues may now
river, does not begin till the middle of lle fmmd doing business in his brand
Christina bike lies some M) teet | December-souner than in tho lower | new establishment, on Bin nurd avenue,
ower than Grand Prairie.
sooner 1tut.11 111 file lower 1 new 1
i Okanagnn, bul about the same time as j nu establishment which cannot formic
been ' north of Okanagan lake.
jauce lie surpassed by any iu llio Pi
, vince, und one thai reflects credit upon
A bridgo is required over ChristinaI himself and the city.
creek, about half a mile below llr. N,     Mr. Pabnerstou's  appearance  last
IN PARLOR AND KITCHEN.
Yegi-tiil'1'S s uiiid always bo put in cold
wnt'r half nu liuur before usliiji them; It
will freshen them up wonderfully
Riting uIT silk thread, if lung continued,
causes lead poisoning, Tn iticrinse its
weight, silk thread is soaked in it solution
of acetate uf lead.
A chemist advises that canned fruit be
opened an lour ur two belure it is used.
It is far r:cier .iftur the oxygen uf the air
has been restored lo it.
Simple nnd very pretty bedroom curtains are made uf plain creiitn art muslin
trimmed with rtifllea uf the samo and tied,
back with self eulur ribbiins,
A Puinpi'iiui lamp in old silver, bronze
pr liras! is a highly esteemed addition tg
line's sture uf liric-ft-brne anil dims duty in
(b- luil, ' r ii)6uiuo "oornor effect" in llie
imriur,
A cool room ntsivo ground Is bettor for
milk tli hi 11 cellar, anil it bIioiiUI always
he remembered that milk should nut
stand near vegetables, fish or meat of any
kind, as it invariably nbjurbs the flavor t)(
what is near it.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL
KETTLE   K'lVKI,;,  R, C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
The
from
World's
Atlantic
I Ii^l|\v;iy
to   I'licfji',
Stages to Marcus, Wash
Midway, B.C.
nnd
Every Attention Given to Guests.
,1. I„ \YISI-:MAX, Prop,
J. Kerr, R. D. Kerr.
KICK'K Iil^OS.,
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meal dollvorod al Hock Creek nnd nil llu
Mining ('iiluns.
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PI;NTICJOf(
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS  nnii   SATURDAYS.
a 8 p.m., Connecting at
OKANAGAN   LANDING
With Trains lor llie East and West
—^	
Tlii'lillirll l-'irsl-I'liiss Kie,'|li!K (ill,
Dally Between Vancouver mill Mon,
treat uul St. j'aul.
Through  Ticket
nud I'll, ilie Ci
Sale
obits,
In  Kustcru
Hardy's ranch, for the benefit of pur-
ties travelling by Ihi' old Dewdney
Very few range cul lle have
rounded up down south so far.
Mr, It, Taylor lately caught a lift ecu
pound trout in Christina lake.
Mr. II. Colbeck is building himself a
Hiiug little cottage at Okanagan Landing'
Mr. J. E. Boss left fur Spokane on
Sunday and is expected back ncx
Week. jsite.   During high water it is very. ^ -fa hft,d,y lhou^ht       ibIe |)(
Mr. B. Shaw has moved to his ranch, | *lffl,CH]t fm'<lh,«'  As ^tm \ >\ 8°°$ I recover
Sheep creek, where he will put iu the
week was tho signal foi' a boom in Mid
way real estate.   Quite a number of
, .,   . .        ,   ,,,      1 lots were placid among the business
trail from Brand 1 rairie to the Sheep m(1|, hl,,(, ,ul(l ,>,■„,,,. [ntvrcsted in the
creek and Trail creek  mines.   Tbe welfare of the lower country.
stream at this point is iibrtit 100 feel     [t Is with sorrow we relate the fuel
11 wide, with good level banks for a bridge that Mr. Muakin of the Kaleinalka
hotel lies 111 a very critical condition.
111
winter.
Mr, W. T. Smith is now in Chicago
nud is expected back shortly lo Boundary creek.
Messrs. Sullivan and Baker are trapping along the headwaters of Christina creek.
More ploughing was done this fall in
(jivnd Prairie than in any other previous year.
Mr. 0, de B. Green, 0. E,, has completed his exploration of Ihe upper
Jvettle river.
Courts of Revision for the south end
(|f Osoyoos district will be held at
(Jsoyoos on Dec. 5th, and Midway on
Pec. 5th.
Mr. J. Edwards is changing his ferry
at (he east end of (Jrami Prairie some
800 yards furl |ier down stream, so as
to make it serviceable all winter.
The rock bin IT on Vasseau lake is
now at lust passable. It makes one
weep to think how much it has cost
the. Government to make the road
pound this point,,
The new trail from the Summit
camp down Fisherman creek to lbe
porth fork bus been cut. out ami is a
lirst class trail. The cabins on the
Emma are also completed.
A big hunting party from Spokane is
expected iu shortly,    Mr.   Scott Mc-
Cnie will act as their guide to the carl-
boo grounds up the north fork of Kettle river or the north of Christina lake.
Mr. George A. Guess, M, A., whose
professional card appears iu another
column, has been Iwo months at. Pair-
view assisting Mr. Merrill, manager
for the Strathyre Mining Company
who leaves shortly for Montreal, .Mr.
Guess Is a medalist iu mineralogy of
Queen's University, Kingston, and an
exceptionally proliclenl analytical
chemist and assayer. The districl
generally, and Damp Kiiirvicw in pur-
deal of travel now to aud fro between
Trail and Grand Prairie, wilh promise
of much more next year, Ibis bridge is
much more required Ihan formerly,
It understood thnl arrangements are
being made, or have been completed,
for the purchase of three acres of
ground in a central portion of lbe Mission vallev for the purpose of laying
out a cemetery. Seeing Unit whether
a community be alive or deiul, this js a
very necessary institution, the people
of the valley are lo be commended for
the action lhey are Inking in Ihis matter, and   it is to   be hoped  llnil,  the
Times are hard; so says everyone,
and yel. Ibcre arc improvements being
carried on ami new buildings in course
of erection which would lend to show
Ihal some of our citizens at, least have
confidence in the future of our city.
[s there a law or not against the killing of ewe. mountain sheep und the
sulo of the same? If so, the authorities should be a little more attentive
to those who are given to disregarding
il. Otherwise Ibis noble animal will
very soon become extinct.
So far, only about IKK) tons of wheal
has been shipped lo Knilerby from here
this your. What 1 won'il 'like to call
attention to Is lbe fact that formerly
the crop represented about 2,000 tons
whereas  thii
,,  . 1  1   ,        -11     .lor some $111,01111, whereas litis year
ground iK'ing provided, they will nol j .||)(m| ^o.fjoo would cover Ihe samo,
stop at this, but rather that a neat Thirty thousand dollars  withdrawn
from circulation may well be fell in 11
small community like our own, and
one is templed to ask how long will
out farmers bow down and worship
ibis al, present unprofitable cereal.
On one night last week citizens inn
certain purl ion of the city had occasion
lo ask each oilier what were the con-
. , , stables being uiiid for was il to do
belong, for surely no more ciiiciol test ti,e||. dpty or not, nnd if so how is it
as to the cliiiriii'lur of a community (hat some of the worst element of the
can be applied than the appearance of i town ure not now occupying lodgings
free gratis iu the lock-up, and board-
ing at the expense of the respectable
pott ion of lbe community?
fence shall enclose it, ami that SOUK
steps be taken to layout the grounds
in a lining ami becoming manner, and
nol allow I hem lo become, for the
want of a little attention, iw they nre
in oilier poll ions of Ihe districl, a disgrace lo tlioconiiiiiinily to which lhey
ils cemetary,
A line barn is being erected at Armstrong by lbe enterprising Arm of Car-
gill it Co,, the size of which is 101) feel
by 10 feet wide. This is lo be used for
the purpose of stall feeding cattle fin
the spring market antl ivill accommodate 00 bend of sleets, Twenty feel, in
the centre of tbe building and running
its entire length is reserved for the
slor.'ige of hay and roots, The stalls
or rather loose boxes (for the cattle
will not be lied up) are arranged in
A MUSICIAN'S CORNER.
The Btinre 'Irani was brought into Eu,
rope liy th" Saracens about 7oii A. 1).
Two thousand pounds was the fancy
price paid for a Stl'ildlvill'lus violin in ex-
re.lent preservation recently nt Stuttgart,
ItisiiBBciti.ltlintnll of the $1,200,000
royally un Mucdy and Sin key's Gospel
Hviuiib has been devoted tu charitable
ptirpusiB.
The laic Prince Albert was an neenm-
plislteil musician, and cuinposed niiieli
music, A colleetiuii of this will shortly
be published by Queen Vicluri •.
Gi uiui'', the blind master, besides being
B wunderfu ly swift mindc penman, had
tbe lnrgiBi bt.K'k uf orchestral scures in the
world. The rush value nf his musical
library is estimated nt over $50,000.
OLiDS AND ENDS.
Berlin is lnving itsduursnumbered will*
liinilnniii figures visible at nig at.
The Swedish mile Is 11,(Kill ynrds long
and the Vienna oust mile i- S, ~UU yards.
Frt-ncli-siieiiki n CnnudiiiUB embrace
60.4 per cent, of llio population af Can.
ad 11.
Only citizens who aro able to read nml
write have llie |mwer to vote in Bolivia
rind several other Suuth American republics.
Ai the en-tie of Simnnetln, in Italy,
llu-ri- is en aicil to be an angle in the
building Which re-echoes n pistol lho|
alxty*one times,
MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS.
The Greek pike  wnB   twen y-fuur feet
MBit is Biiid that a iingge; of gold worth
|I5 was picked up the other day iu the
diggings at Hymn, Me,
Fisher Cruizr, uf Montgomery county,
Teiin., ia 75 years u.d and vuled but twice
}u his life.
A single glass eye oan randy bo worr,
Bates Lower Than Any Ctiicp Lino
Uor Rates, Time &e., Apply to
H. S. SCADDING,
Agent, Penticton
OR TO
G, Ml. BROWN,
Dist. Pacs. Agent,
Vancouver, B.
H. C. COOPER
MANn-'ACTI'ltlall OF
Harness and Saddlery
VERNON, II. ('.
GOLD     and
SILVER
EXTRACTION
JKeGassel Qold
Extracting Go., Lid.,
(The McArtIu:r-Fcrrcst Process)
SPOKANE FALLS
ami
IRTHEP RAILWAY
Ncir.on & Fort She;:pr.rd Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  .B.  C.
G-'.y through line to Nc-it-on,
ilasio, t.ooijnay Lake
and OEocan Poinls-
Tiirough Trains 8emi-Weekly.
j Daily, except Sunday, hplivcsn Spokane and Marcus.
7:03 tt.ni. U
KPOKAXK
Ar. iV.:Uf 11.in.
On Wriliiiv.l'i.vtJ nml SntunluyK tniins wil
: rn)) tliroiijfh in Nelson, arriving ni ,'>:li. p.m.,
. making cIubo connection with liic steamer Nelson for Kii.sln iind nil lako points, arriving nl
Knsloai !):ihi n.tii. same riayn. Uctnrntng, ]uis-
Kongerfl ivill leave lake points and Sclsonon
j TuesdayH and KHdnys, arriving ui Niiukiuic
; Etflmcduy,
Commencing May '1, passengers fur Trail
Crock, Nakiir-p, Now Deliver, lievelstoko and
all points on llio Canadian Pacific railway,
1 will leave Spokane on Wednesdays ami Saturdays al 7 a,in, connecting at Nortliport with
steamer Columbia (same tiny,) at t p.m.
Passengers by steamer from above points ar
rive in Spokane saint' evening.
Passengers for Kettle iliver ami Houndury
to 2,000 lbs. by the Cyanide Pro-' Creek connect at Marcus wild stugoon Man-
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Kridays,
augldif
Have Experimental Works at
VANCOUVER, and are prepared
to treat samples of ore from 1 lb.
cess.   No Roasting and no Smelting required.
two rows on each side of llje fepd, tlie j (mmi tl) furnish the electric light
cattle when feeding facing toward tlie] would at once take steps to do so,
centre.  The only thing wanting to would cnnvm
.   .,.           , ,  ,.   ,.    ,   , ...Mi amount o   support he might expect
make this a complete fei ig liurn will |l|u, )he kn| ^ wm||(, ,« ,,, •',,,,,,
he the Introduction of wiitur to obviate | y\w m..j,m ,,f tUo city council in the
Ihe necessity of the animal leavlllK If"' I matter nf the mill liniins will lie uwnil-
1 urn In cold'iventher,  Tlilscunhe up- etl wilh inteiesi hy llie tiixpnycrs.
..   , .. ,        , ,,    ,|     ,„,:, l'lllv nlll-nlil Ivpieill llllel'liil'iil H.I .
piled if tumid niicosaiiry, Part es luiv | wt,|Ull*r hll8 „„,,,; [mv 1.,,lm,„,1i tu ua,
Ing nny Idea pi entering Into thonusi- UU(jMn eonsequenco ihe old tinier is
uess of siiiliji' fpedjng might, do well lo 1 ngnln un ugreenhle nnd joyful prophet,
At the meeting of the city council
held on Hominy Insl the ordinary husi-
nes» luivliig hi'i'it transacted, u letter
wns rend from Mr. Ellin, stating thai
the Hour mill had lieen running fur Ihe
past, month, und he would therefore.
usk Uiui the third portion of the Iioiiiih ; mew »"'" «J1'1"' »'»l>°>» W"8 poliBhed,
due should now he paid lo hint.   This I for the miidi™ huci.tnea rnuglieiii'il by the
matter was referred to the nuance notion ot ihe twirn, etc., and irritate* tli6
committee,  The mutter of the electric | ii,ia IM they nib uver it.
lighting of the city wns then discussed,,
uiui ]Mr. Kills heing called upon, stilted
tlmt now thnl he had the power, the
flour mill being running, lie was pre-
mil   fivo,
He
the city  I" see what
A LESSON IN HISTORY.
Mohammed W|jiili Hie Koran at thirty.
The folding envelope wat first med h|
the year llj^'j.
EiiiiHsl) look, were first printed by Cm
ton in tlie ; eiir Nil.
liatiniiiiil t'tiituiu bv machinery wim fuel
linn.' in lli.llniiil in UM),
Apt'ii', ivi't'i' noi'tli ft'iitn one sliillin;.' lo
two slnlliiiyH e.A'li in   the   relgtl ul Henry
V"
For Full Particulars apply to the
Company's Superintendent,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
ASSAY OFFICE,
M'1'.i'.'in VANCOUVER, B.C.
SECURE  YOUR
TURKEYS
FOR
*-, -
9
CANN & CO,,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
ICMAi?
MRS. H. P. PALMERSTON,
MIDWA/, B. C.
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B.C.
All Kimls of Work Exooutotl to llie Sniis
faction of ('ustoiiicrs.
Anil lli'i'li-ralii
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING   MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Etc.
S'eedles for All Mnkes of So\vtn»
Miiehii|i's Kepi in Stock,
.Mi.il orders frnin the l.u»,a Ciillliti'ji
will receive prompl alleiition.
( 'ANN c\ < !( ).,
TEBNom,      X3 .     O.
MINERAL ACT, 1801,
—-♦-—
Gortiflciito of Improvements,
-♦■
NOTICK.
TubOorxicopia Mineral Claim,
sitiniie in Hie Keltic Klvcr Mining IMvIkIoii of
Viile liisirii'i, im the Siiiiiinit bbliveoti
Hiiiiiiiliii'.v Crook nnil I'l'iinli of July Crook,
in \V lilt oa Camp.
T
William Mi'l.enii,
miiii'i's coi'lttleiilo Nn. iVi'Jiis, inii'iiit,
from Iho ilnlo lioreiif, lo apiily lo tltii
lli-siiiner lor II ri'l'lilii'llle nl [lum'ovb:
of lililnlliillK ll I't'iiwn
,\KK NOTIt'K llu
(ii'i
iixty nay
(loin Con
ini'iila. fur llie i'Hi'1'
Bi'iinl ol (lie above claim,
Anil further Inko notice, thnl iiiIvoito clnlniH
iniiat in- sent Iii ilia Gold 1'iiiiiiiiisaiiiiicr iiiul
iielloti .aiiiiiiiini'i'il before tin- lasuiiuco nf miclt
cjillfleatc of Iiiitiriii'i'iin'iila.
I'm ail i Iii- at lulu nf September, lffll. nS-Sjij
SITTINGS of tlio County Court of Yalo «al|
lie holllon iu; fnlliiws 1
At IIs))'iii«i,ii lyii.liicsilii)', llltb April, lS.Ti|
M Miihvnj un Satiii'ilay, Wth April, ISM,
ill Illll lionr nf I'll'Villl o'clock ill llle f.il'i'lliina.
Hy Ciiiiiiiiiinil
C. A,11,1.AMlll.Y,
II.C.C,
QOVKHNMI'NT lll')'li'l'„ Di.tlinia.
Snl \i»'il IW. l in; i,ll.van i(i I'Mr.iv i    ■    ,iiiineiit,il  railway  a;    is Am
ei ten   was   eouipli h i|,   aa
iKr.Mii iti  '■       'I    ui ' '        ili'.'.iushipscrvjri i  I ihli h
S in I'lanei-en. .Inpilli, China anil   ll.
I lane discussed in ill" eoiiiinns ol   ,,      .      ,,
' i: since then various lian-Ttinliili'ii
SSjOHISffS EXPRESS STA&B LIllW. j. ARMSTRONG
ec-M-ci- Etnxrrpxx
vntir 1'iii.a during Hi" past lew   weeks ..      ....
1   ' ' Inl    tlli -.   :    I lie   I aillttllilll    i aaiai
viu '" phrusesnl ihe pn.|iugiimhi im  _.ii(i.1]i|l jni[, ,-,.  [iriiis.li Columliiii  will leave !'. iiticton   f a, in. every   I ucsilav,   1 hurs.iliiy   and
lie- i ia i.a   if al'.' r, di for in1"' .  . i-  •    • i  , ,       ui
|mlllllw| pi,,,,,,,,,!,,,,, ,m(, lVi„ , ' ;■'';■'■'.;.,!■ 1|!,,.1. ,,,.„ ,..,,H Salurtl!iy. !lmvillK al I'Mrview i p.m., and Oro, Washington,
i"!"'1' "        '   "   'lll'',,li";'!. r,;';ts ,','i'1Tuii''mlTi!;'''thisV"i'"'l'i'yt'iic the simc qwning,
iH'iiring on lliw-i'lali"!...! Ihe Orient o      (, „,-;,.„„, „,,, ,„,„,„,,,,„, (Hp!,,.,^,,,. I OQZKTO. 5TOBTH
this subject, IffiShou Ihal Ihe i 'lulively
■VEKJIOM, 33.C 1°. O.  Ei->3K,1E"7.
HABDWABB. TIN AND STOVEMAN,
£ Stoves, Ranges ancl Heaters of all Kinds g
i ,„i„l„seoT silver i, 11,-u.s •■,..„■ |^;;;,,«l" :'„,:., "r;,', ;:;;:;::;;:'; will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a.m„ Mondays, Wednesdays      J3   _. A . _, , KUM  .; ;
pured with itsI'limmei'ie i iin- io in- [^ '('.  , ,,       mi,',|v Viiarvi'iiiiis. and  l'"i-idays, reaching Fairview at  n a, m„ connecting with
useil   fiieililies  of   eiiiiiliiiinieal.i
 'it,
ei'easeii   [aeiiiiies  m   eoni nu-iu.o.i. ....     ., .  ..    .,   . ,   ,.    n    ,.   .,
|jul ii,,,       i,e, aiiiaii ti,,- ite,i-i,;. h"' '" '"' u'1' u"""m'|v" nl !ml'" ss- Aberdeen and b, & (). and ( . I'. Railway;
pieliilisls.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
ivilh 1111 chief eoinmerciiil utiliiins of
ilie inn li. which hatl previously la-en
I Iind myself ul  variance wilh ilia  |,,l||1|1(,, ,. Vilih;l ,,, ]|V ,.,- ,,,,,,,11,, ,.,..    	
vi 'V   "1 Ihe new si It '"I of liiinelal ' ..    '     , ,,... ,1,.,
■-■■     :; ' PA! HQTP PA
l.-r.u.<l .1».l   .which hud often to' X^XjjLfiJO    I     i\L^f\
cs helil III Sillt lin'- :     1 lust.,     „ ,,., 1 .,  ..j,;,, n.n.is „|' -il-     ^       ^
spring, iniliilgi'd in extravagant usscr-  (,,,   ,        nip ihis'iimc on susceptible
Agricultural Machinery.
■s.
s.   y   ■/,
1.1
rti   £    0   *ti
■'|ii1- «|i;i1 in-(ie.-iii.il ihe „, ,„ ...„ |,j.,,,  i,y        /^nrvT"
i-nbiinil.iu-. ie-11 .  - . I,; ..;,. uiiiel, liiiea even it-    LJ jf    ij    [|      L;
silver   from   iniiiiuilei!   free
In   -li irl, I   do   It "   li 'Iii ve
ii ...  hip mail, ■'• Iii- h Inlli
I lb     inn of nan.;; li) in
11 . lil'ihs, uu I in   run coin nee
r-;t u     t   d     f'--i
VERNON, 13, C.
il      ii'i'iaina I he free antl tin    ,..,,,,,■ ,.,.,     ,. ,;.,. _,.  ,,,, lv   „,, „,„•
liliiileileiiiiii .',■  ., fie.    ihe hull or i-   ,,„„„,,,.,      ,,-.:, . ;;'   a,   ihe com
ivoiiil.   As illiislrnlivci ;
Ii'duciiig  tb"  price* of n uiui tlili     l|;;  ..^ 1 „.••• i.ti^mtIltil in 11 given
IhriitiKhoul Ihe world, nor Ilinl il wus  , iiriii|p ,, ,,,,, ]S|; |m.|nsive, tliei'uni-
(il'l'tisi'l'i: TO HAII.WAY WCI'OT.
XX.   C   BI XI Tj Xj, 53 XI,   Pi-opi*ictor,
wI       • ''W"'■-.__——— £r*^:       U t"i .   *vi _       _. ^
£  ?.  >      I       ^fft4
-      -      ■■       ~. ~ C^&rfK^    '( if
lltel'l'l il  lill-llii
yeiiiMinilofconlintiiiigllii'sliigiinlion ||hl|  -.-,..,,,, i  ,|„,  |-,,i|,,|  situtcs
ill Ihi'iii'i'si'ii!.   iliii'covet', wil hiii fitly .„„„„„,, .| ,,,.. ,.■.   , ,,•,„„. ..n,| ,,  ,,,.
Vein's wu
ui.itbloil on 11
'"' silver and the 11  ' silver  coins ,,,.,.,.,.,,. ,,,■ ,1,, lneirliantlise inovcil tu
witliin  Ihe period Ireuteil of, 111.11  1 1 .uij„s, ,ii,.,,,,,„,,   |„ ., |ikl, m\m\ ,,,■
l"'"h" •' "!l f'i'' :;:i'     '   llimifor u ,..,,..   ,.y r-..,,,, ism,, 181) inclusive,
i:l'" I"'1 ,,; .'"''"  ■    ■   ' " ' '    ,;" Ih,. , icrcc  of Ihe same countries
And if I'"' <'lW'- ">  l''1 :li',!  l ■'''■- in n ,.,; 1,1 11 -   WKIO, or more than double
Argeiilinu anil Auslralhi, nnd Ihe n ;l|„, ()f ;;,, ,, , ,L,lliniJ ||l,|.iu|1, V(l,  „„,
suiiunio„nse,p„.ncoshi iireutih-iinui, ,; ,r .,,„;„,_..,,,,,,,..,.„;_„, ,„   'j'erm8 . prom . $1,00 - per - Day - Upwards.
,'M'i   i   ■   "-'.'il of the uie'rchiir!*   f\m, . „ .  ^   . ^..      Q A-jrr      l.f
s.    '   s   <p   P
-r — 3
—     ,y r
■j. t. t g -'
^ 8 y-  \-
p a. s
'c ■'", Rifles and Shot (inns, c 2
• ~ porcu and I.ill  I'uinps.    Iron   Piping,
Gi©3Ba.©a?al tFo"^^'fcfJi2.•3.g• rSliojp ixs,
A.11 s-fcss Bvanoh.es.
 ■    ,.||||oiii|., .1 10 ; I'.. " .1 i ",'h'ii. "tin  11   ie-
;;-™S r^^^lsS-'SillBSI 8? WINK, LIQUORS ANO OIGARS.
GOOD STABLING.
IMS
/"r"-\
ipei ie i'ci|t',iri'il lliitn dining Ihe  pie-
■'o,::^;,::;y;z'z okanagan bAW hill
Kelowna, B, C.
nt ion, why does u '  lira re lu nl
may nf  y tu 1! iy. which is an nil-
»lill,',l| liliouinalllhe greul llnuii- ^ ,;,.[,„ |lr,i,„| ,,,, .,  lnU,| ,,,•,,',„;.
''i111''"1  "r ;l1" wnlM' ''"!lrv" "'' 11...-.-, in       le-hnlf the Inller ninouiil.
>lagniitii'li; Miilli.ti       ... . Ih.il in ISl) only S pelts perlincnl In Ihis I submit llio fnl- celil    c.l   .,'n'ia  or   lull .ion   waa  re-  —    	
lowing lublc, i'i-iiincoiii|.i!iiiiiiust)ii the ,p,i,.Hi   ,„  dandling all  oeenn   cum* , . ,        ... , ,       ,
subject by Clmrlrs P. .Iticknoti of llns- ,m,,ru    ,,s   ciiinpured    Willi    il    per'A   Large StOCK Ol All Kinds ol   Kollgll aiK.I   I )|-(;SSC(I l.tlinllCl
I'-1"'  |:| l!li' il,iV '"' l,,lllks "f.cni   used in   the deciule ending of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Con-
i'lii-laiiil. I'i'iniia inl ('.aiaaiiy wi'ic:   |STO.   The iiionev   used iu the entire " '    , ,t      ,
a;;     a   ;   ;   :   ; li,a;„i,,l  Irnnsuctii.ns of Greul   Brit- Stailtly Oil Hand.
2 '.■ - f.   I   -'   -   -'   :'   -' uin    is    only   il   per    cent    of   the
:i-  ■       :   ,:   a   '   _j voliuiie of business transacted,   in the
inidsl of lliesc two period 1 of business
-.-.--.-   ■ iiieiitioiietlin connection wilh Indian T r i.U   QViirirrlae   Q-icln   nnrl   Finnt'O
commerce including  Ihe  intervening L^I1,  ^llalgiLo,  OclSn   EilQ   JJ001S.
i'-'i   ;.   -.   ■'.  -"■  -■   " I vent's, coiuprising 11 Lolul of 27 yours, 1 , ,, , . ,.  ,, , , ,      ,.
■ iiie.-ieiiiiiiaiiiiiiai prnduci of siivei 01 ■ ,(!IH'S  Delivered at Ukanagan calls at Keasonable   Kates
ihe world ulinost • im^.. 11,,,,!.-. 1 ii in- L£f)N LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
:-:   j   I   :   : . ereiiscd Iroin about .-.-1,),0 iii.'.iill 111  180. , , . ! — -
-.:   ::'   ;    a   ;    I    i in Ifllili'a .h.i 'i.i in Is 1;;. 	
i|  5 li ii   I  g .  a  her,  |   wiil menlion   wlta,  up. P   A   If DDtfT     T BDAC
iiiaais in have been the greul hat luring- \S £%, J.VI. £    -O 1^4 JLtf -Lrf       O1 A\ Vtf ^»3 •
nun Ihal   iialiirnl   causes   propelled
tignlusl silver,    I'aoni eCiii lo IHiitl Iltil , ,, .      ,.   .,
.    , iMi'oiri'iiiis and .M.\>.".-i-'Ai"i't'in:iiK in- Ai.i. Kim;,-, tit'
>'  "-'  ?-!   f  'a  3 years) lbe worlds  prouuel  ol  silver
- ~  ",".". ~ i wns,   suy,   lalLiii^i'ii;.).    The  Orient   _
SSElLiOlL^Er^.        HA        HA        HA        HA
TbeGAIIDKX TOWN of 11. ('.. anil I lie iinturnl
Shipping and Distriliuting point for the famous
H.i       Hi
4 k' '.S
This new town affords the best nud safest investments In be found iu British Columbia,
iw town 1
to he foui
Town Lots
The sninllest size being 511x120 feet,
with Inn feel avenues nnd 20 feel,
limes, Acre blocks from 5 -Acres up.
wnrils,
OU   PlilCES  AI'l'I.Y   TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KIOI,o\V\.\.
33*11   S-fc-ra-W Q  Speci-aJl-fcy.
Oi-c3 £>t*-;.-;   ~*Pa?oaa^rot,-&1ry   IPiHo-rl.
,,,o^OIWO;,,,usdrnw-ing^l,- 17TTP N ITI T I? 17
w.™ "■'-" ""■ world's ,11,1 siock, r U ivil llu ixUs
Upholstered Hoods, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oil cioi'is, Table Cavers, Curtains,
Dawn Quilts, Window Shades,
E-iiiy Cspriaps, fa, k
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
fUAlFBELL BROS. .
VERNON, B. C.
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"X' I)--. €1      OZ" lit "fc XT. 3L- CS
I a
Kit
iff
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i-Vniii i.alii in i.-i.ai tbe world's producl
The perciipilii of I'irciiliili.iii in llu. wns,  aay. >.•',•.i>:'i.i;.-'i.  oi'  which tile
I'nit.il Sillies  nl'  Anii'iicn bus   risen Orieul  look only $2!ll,OliO,C()U, leaving
from $i:i,H.") in 1SII  .-21.;-;.") in IjilSIII, :.:.,.■...  U,if Ihe new stock Iii be ub-
|he highest evtirultiii I,   111 fact, the sirbed by wcsleru 11a.inns,   i'i-  18711
pereapila uf inonuy the world over is to ISJi lie' world's producl  of silver
grenler to-dny than il  !,u ■ i-u.'■ been, ivns  ,: i . a.: i ;.ai li;  the   Orient   look
bin the in y aliiitilanl  ia nol.   The Sl:jl,(X,il,(.()il, leaving 11 fresh surplus of
primary cituse eilherof I l|e crisis or of IJII ll, " ■" " in '.'■' nhsorhed by western
the subsi'i|uenl slngnnlion, except in nations,    (During  the  siiine   peri.ul
so far as 1seeurily holders sold or may licrinany al,-o sold $l.V),(HDi,C(X) of old
ie',1 nr invesltirsinuy hesitale for fear stuck,)   l-'roiu lli-lll to llilll, eiglit years,
of possible ult innile payment in silver. Iho world's produet. wus !fl,:)10,(X)0,0(»),   ,.,  , -j.. — — ^. .,        .
The cnuses  have  been exlruviignnee, The Orient took npproxininlely Ijlilll,- j jj 1 fo  ||/? I • !,   i: !    ;;.'; i a
wiistefiilness, itrtilicitil liliiuuliilion of Ollil.tK.fl, lcnviug $!l7li,U«),0IK viol
business, reckless speciilul ion, anil  the iibuorhed  by  weslern   uul Inns,  or 11
inexciisiihle expansinn of credits in all lolul aggregate   .,;' $l,0,S.),(lt)l,t»X), of
snrlsof nnjiislillable scheiues of inlla new     silver    lo    be    utilized     by
li 1  ill-judged   husincss ventures, lie western  nnlions,   Xiieb an Influx
conceived iu Ihe hn| f iiiuking snine-juf   llie   nietnl    inevilably   impnircd
thing  mil   nf  mulling, or very nenr ils utility, and llierel'ini' its e\cliange»
liuthing,   These  in-",   in   general, the ub'.e vnllie,
primary reasons nf llie panics and sub-     The uvcrnge of the world's product of ^,,
seipii'iil stngnulions, nud nnl necc.-isnr- -iK.a1 fnr is 2 ami lS'.lli waa niorc tli.iu ft
|ly the kind of nioney nor llie 1 ml six  limes ns greul ns the yearly nver-
in I'iiiaiiaiii.ii; ami llie public utiglil age f i IH'JI V" ItfiO,   While India's
|o reckon with lis own folly aiid ctipid- (oiinni'rce has doubled since 1.S7U, the       :
ily,  nml   llie  hidden  and  iililinrrenl nvernge yearly  demand fur silver in   •
Forces in proleclive polities, in consul* llle Orieul for Ihe Insl Iwcnly years   ■
I'l'iug the subjecl,   In llie long run llie bus been less Ihnii Ijif'ILOOO.OCl) per yenr,    ;'
il.-i-.iin- nf prices .if c nodilies lias while Ihe world's product uf silver linn
been anil will be esseiiliully beuellciul risen from I ■:■' a     Ihirly yeiusiigo
|u Ihe people ul large, because, as ul- t-. ;'2"'i i-i.i.i; 11 in | ;a.i   The rcsidl of    ;    t%    - -,,;•■     • 1    A        •       1, -■
ready sluted, wugeshnve in I he iiKgre* Ihiscitor us increiue Is'.'us ,,h,.„dy   ,'-    Railway,   IVllQlV'g  and  AgnCUltUral   |
gule Inrgelv incri'iiseil   doubletl since staled, llnil in thirty years lliere baa    I
|s|"-  idedio ihe silver stock „f w, i Centre of the Kettle River
Now us to the ri'lalion of the Oriel nllons   iippmxlninlelv   $2,000,-
(.osilveri   There is 11 very generiil mis- IKH),l;iX),   And ilIs this tremendous fuel (TV1! 111 i'V^T
uppi'i lien-inn its lo lbe forniei'excep* and further prohnbililies in Ihe siiini v. JUIaLI jf.
liiinal il inni I- for silver 1 ilia!  is lo direction  tlml cloud ivilh doiihl  the jj  t	
any, the plea iiiul di'iiiiiutl for il by nhiiily even of au liileriintionul ngrcc
India iluriiiK the sixlics, inenl Us lo unily of rutin to rehnbili-
The partleularreason whicli rendered      "i'1"1'   lllll,,!''   uureslricleil   I'i. .-
,, ,, ,   r 1   n •   1 , , . 1     ,,         niigi'ill llie presenl nil u.   theiiller
ll"'1'' ,l"' Illdlasdeinund.'Xd'Uui-  , '|;„, ,,,,,,,!„ i'(a|vn,' „„v u||(, L„(;v.
tliniiiy   lu-wit, 11 Intnl. between lSil eminent wilh a gold standard currency
and   l.s.l'i inclusive, of aboul ifl.iXX),- alti'iiipling  il is too palpable to i".i*  -
000,000   is not, I assume, geuernllv un* 'I'i ;■■' lurlhenirgunieiil
1     ,     1   ;„    ii,     ,,, 1 , ',     1   ;,'  ,1 Pjo.V, ill view ot lie iiiel Ibal ilinini;'
»ll'lsl1""1   '"   ""    »1"I"M'»"I   ».'   H"' ,';j. a.aina per here have been six   "       .
I inieil States,    I here were lour greul Internalionnl    petnry cougrcuses
cniisi'.- for excepii uial require nls at Paris in   ■   ■<■   IH7S,   1881,  nnd  1880;
thai  limn   lin'  previous  building of l!>n- ,1-i'      :'. nnd  lierlin I8I)|   anil
... ,,    ., ,  , Uial    u:     lie "  congresses   decided
(-'■'"''•Is :11"1 '-nilwn.y.s,  Sepoy rebel- ,w,i||S|  j:i     int.i„n,il"iii lulisn,, or *
li nlioul  I.S.ii. nml .-iiii-i'ipienl   lain- failed lu nssenl   to it, mid 11 Inrge nin-
iiies,   The iiiiilurit.y of obllgulioni for jerily of Ihe slulcs cnuiprising llieni
the  linildlliK ufi'iiiiuls, ruilwnvs and h'l(l. "If .decided   ngainsl   stale  nr
, , '    .    . iiiilmiinl  liiinelulisin, we iinliirullv 111
Dlber internal improve ills rwpured r.r ihal-the general exclusion of silver   ffl
-ili-ml $8J(','KX),(KK1 ((f silver: tauiines ft unlimiled free coinage hud some
ami rebellions,  Io(),000,(XJt).   The exacl effect on ils value us  pared wilh   j
,      „;,.,, 1 i„„„,i,„, ol' the K.-nnv K"ld. lo suy nothing of inei'ensed pro-
i""""", h •cdbeciiiis.oltii  h.poj  ^.^^ ^ wilh*tll1s ,.Xt.|U3i«»n. tin-     !
inutiiiy I din 'iiiiainliei'. Imt ll waa lr|.||hl, -],-.-Hn<* iu Ihe ll mills of In-    (
(llso large.   Now In tlie salisfaetiou nl din, antl Hie euorumilsly liicrensed pro-   -1'
Iheoxtraoriliiuirydeinandswereiiiltled '^ [■ <*'■■ d; .iiiiein in   eof silver v
ptliercaii'.y, more recenl
I'iiiu'  1
PBS AND G „.
..j
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon,B. C.
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C
lljilcs from Peiilii'ion to (Jump McKinney. Hock Creek. Midway and
Boundary Falls, two cents per pound fur two tons or under. .Marcus to Mid-,
waj. llu- smug rale.   Marcus to Grand Prairie une cent par pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
Accominodutiou,   Good Stabling,   Terminus
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First Class Accominodutiou,   Good Stabling,   Terminus of Singe Lino
from Marcus, Washington,
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOI! PAliTKTLUi.S APPLY TO
MIDWAY B.C.
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Golden Gate Hotel.
PAIRVIEW, 11. 0.
F. R KLINE, Proprietor,
GOOn ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping- Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
ji&JLmi'fB   HOBST   iaCOrJ?ESL,
LUMBY, it c
First-Class Accoinniinlatinii for (luesls. Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue SpringH,
XaOlxjLs Moi'and, Prop.
K,«i.-«^'rwJi*oi"»*i«*-*"»i-**v«-«ti'v«'«ii^*-i'=.. ii.-*. «ra*•»'..»«.-'i'i»»irci»,»*.(**■
t(1|. ||„, (i,,. so itii'vilable Ihal nolhing whalevei
] .   1     Iiiul   the   United  Male, governinenl
f demands,   viz,;   In mini tlin cnuld piissilily do would hnvc prevent-
cables weresucces:
I"
I'ttlly Laid across llu- etl ur iipprecitibly lesse I tlml dccllni
mil  mid  lbe  foreign  emeu nis acted
Atlunlic ocean ; in IS3H the Suen en..
■' , , „ii,.,.„l,l„ »1"'1 "! ll" "' "WI  rests, ill
wnscoi e!o,],iHidsiibso<pi.'iitlvuUil' ,, „,, ,,,   „„lim,in|,  lllli)i|L;,,
]aid along the Meditcrriuieiin, lied Set ,,. ,; , ,a ,,; ,,,.,,. government lias
and  Indian ocean 1  in
ISiill the firs ' recently d
33. O. OAJ15GII.I. & co.
Arm ilroiiR, R. ('..
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Ete.
\ Iiii'l-c llsl of fiii'ins fur suie.
FOR SALE
TN '1'ilK BUST LOCALITY ON Till', VKI!
1   NUN Toivitsllo, 11 i'l'w ma'.' nml Imlf-ticro
lots I'ltiiQt' i"!' InilliiliiK 111'niii'ilcnhig,
Apply In thisolHccnr in
F. AlllilAN JIICYHII.
ViaiMiN  ll.C,
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Rigs to Rock Creek, Penticton, Grutid Prairie, Marcus and all oilier points ii,
the Count ry.   Parties desirous of seeing the mines should
(live IIS u Call,
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To.
RiLEY  &  DONALD'S
Agricultural   Machinery   Krpl  i 11  Slock.
CONKLE & DONALD,
MIDWAY,   n.  C.
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
SPOKA N E    FA 1. I.S,
i'. O, !',.).\ 583,
\V'l IS-al 1 (1 (iiii > IJ

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